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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 5, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917070501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 5, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 5. 1917. JUDGE HARRIS RESIGNS. BIG BARBECUE AND SALE After rervlng as trcnturcr for the Tho United Realty Company will conLancaster (JraJfd Schools for the past duct r.ne of the largest dIp ever twenty years. Judge K. W Hnrrls in thl-- section of the Mate July Gib., when the beautiful the office nml Mr. I.. I'. Gullev was unanimously elected' to serve. farm of John D. Carpenter, near will he sold in small lots or farms to null the purchaser. TO REFORM SCHOOL. NUMBER 14. ss3ES3E?fc Oxygen-flcety- lin ' Place Your Order for a Welding. 1H We have . Two littlf negroes Itoht. Overstreet. nnd Frank Anderson, wire ordered to ! sent to the School of Itefnitn in ATTENDING 20TII 0PT0M-ETRICA.Judge Arnold court lnt Tucadny. They were caught atealing chickens CONGRESS from Mr. J elm Itos nnd It win proven that it was not their first offense. 01 Tbc American Optical Association. A big Imrbec'Ju will bo UMither feature of the occasion, SEEKING L This is a new invention for Welding, Casting, Wrought Iron, Brass, Etc. The advertisement of Leslie Brad-thaFOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE 'A appears in the Record nnd ays lie will Riind the farmer wheat for 35 War Brings Woman's Freedom Nearer. cents a buhol and give you hack 40 Flogs of 22 nations waved buf ire the pcunds of Hour and 19 pounds of bran. Mr. llrndshaw has the reputation of Senate of the United Statei Cn April making Rood llour and we predict I lint 20th, us a visible i eininder that all these LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. the fnrmerfl in his section will take od- - i nations have given full or partial sulf-- 1 i vanlujf of hl liberal offer. 3G lie agrees .go to the women of their countries by parliamentary procedure. The coun I to store the) wheat tree oi nurc tries are: Great Britain, including Kngland, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Kvery day shows, more clearly the FALLS FROM WINDOW Canada, Australia, New Zealand. India, practical unanimity of the American Clara, the little two year old daugtcr Honduras. South Africa, Scandinavia, people in this war. Tho Government is depending upon the women of Ken- of Mr. add Mrs. Hughes Aldridge fell including Norway, Sweden, Denmark, 51 tucky to aid in the production and con- from the second story window of the Finland, Iceland, France, Hussia, Nethservation of food supplies. If this residence of Mr. J. U. Huselden, n dis- erlands, Mexico, I'orto Hico, Hawaii, country is to bo strong she must be tance of fourteen feet, last Sunday llurmah. well fed and bare an abundance to sus- morning and escaped without serious yjZ tain those who arc even now lighting injury. The child was seen playing RERUBLICANS our battles for liberty ar.d democracy. against the screen, but before it could I'very woman nnd every girl owes a be reached it had pushed the screed out Pe! OulPartial Ticket. ller'duty is now and fallen to the ground. Aside from Wo pay top price for Wheat, ltye, duty to her country, Uariey. Corn and Oats. Plenty sacks In this crucial moment to help conserve a few minor bruises and a scare from The time for tiling pstitinns to get 7 t?urrard Milling Co. the food supply. The crisis is here! the entire family, no serious injuries on the primary ballot August 4th has. and storage. expired. AH of those who had announ-- 1 This great nation must arouse herself retulted. ced on the Democrutir, ticket have filed' Stud, Monday. I toil n diamond for a might; struggle for liberty. Peotheir petition. The republican have Finder please return to this office and ple without food and armies without W. C. T. U. put out u partial ticket, although we rations aie conquered befote they can recieve reward. I), W. Mahan, The Union meets Saturday to make have not been authorized to officially j ?5 begin to fight Our greateit safety now ilea in food production and Hi sav- comfort tags for the xailors and soldier. announce mem. i unions were tueu Ur. Charles II. Mayo, one of the fa- - by the following republicans. Mr. Victor Bogaerl. wealthy Belgian- - ing the waste products. . American, of Islington, left for Itel- The Secretary of Agriculture, Mr. mous Mayo surgeons of Rochester, Fore.t Stapp for County Judge; Mr. J. Minnesota, in his presidential address 1!. Bourne, for County Clerk; Dr. J. A. 53 glum to engage in relief work there. Houston, wistly pats: liotli Mr. liegaert speak Two have July 2. "While honor fa du to the women before the American Medical Associa Amon for Iteprcsentitive French and German, m,d will have who leave their homes to nurse ar.d tion, suiJ; "Prohibition Is u war meas- announced for magistrate in district Belcharge of the work of caring for care for those wounded in battle, no ure the value of which is beyond dis- No. 4 and two have asked to get on the gian war widows and orphans. woman should feel that, because she cussion ... Medicine has reacheda per- ballot in district! No. 3. County Clerk, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton doe not wear a nurse' uniform, she iod when alcohol is rarely employed as l not a rich is absolved The Itetl Cross Fund from patriotic service. The a drug, being displaced by better rem- asks us to state that on July 10th at , .i... t i lit man u lunu any mure wiau mc iunij home women of tho country. If they edies. Alcohol's only place now is In 2 1. M, the drawing for places on the ask Four mil- will give their minds fully Iean is a rich man' loan. National pro- ballot will take place in her office. All to this vital the arts and sciences. lion subscribers took nwny from the subject of food conservation and train hibition would be welcomed by the candidates should be on hand at that rich the privilege of supporting the themselves in household thrift, can medical profession." time. men in the trenches', anil another four make of the apron a uni million stand ready to take more billions form of national significance. SPECIAL FOR 4TH. NOT A MAN OR ANIMAL "Demonstrate thrift in your homes From pennies to SIC A most enjoyable afternoon was and encourage thrift among your shower of coins fell into the outstretLOST; ALL U. S. TROOPS spent by the four following young men, ched ICed Cross Mag carried during liio neighbors. "Make saving rather than spending Messrs JJennie Forest Woods, "Mink" Monday in Cincinnati. parade last Smiley J. Hill. "Smiles" Walter May SAFE IN FRANCE. When tho procession had ended it was your social stanJard. E. K. ferkins. "Make economy fashionable lest it Cox. "Uuck" and found that SI, 182.67 had been contri"Kelly," Smiles Furnished tho car t'AKIb, June 30. Not a man was buted by persons who watched the become obligatory". and after a short ride, they decided on lost during the transfer of the American P parade. rille practice and after shooting forty forces to France, and there was not ..:.... (;..... t.ua times at one bird which flew away even a case of serious illnes, said Major America is demonstrating to the Harley, Corn arnl Oats. I'Jf nty sacks Itcturning to Lancaster they had supper Genera! I'ershing, the American com' world that a democracy of a hundred ...! . nil otuiur. to the mander, on his return to his headquar unimiui ti rn: hiiiiik sVi at the Kengarlan on "Uuck ") million persons can wage war efficient-"j- f mvvies on "Mink" and the smokes on ters today after a quick trip to tho y and with unity ot spirit, Secretary port of debarkation. "The landing of "Keby" I Daniels declared recently in a com EXEMPTION BOARD AT WORK declaring they broke up for the night all the first American troops has been a never again, memuuurejs to neany mencement complete success," he said. "In this bers of tho Naval academy third year The Hoard of Kxemption met nnd or remarkable transfer of a large force advanced gumzed last Monday, with 0. T. ilal U.S. ARMY WANTS WORKERS across the ocean one of the largest class, whose gradjation was by u j ear to provide officers for light- lard, Jr, as chairman and Dr. J. M. Uncle Sam wants workmen in his operations we have ever undertaken ing ships. Acton, secretary. not a man or animal was lost or in army at once. The resignation of Mr. A. 11. Hrown Enlistments of other than experien jureu ami there was nut a siigle case wag declined nnd he is now serving on NOTICE. ced tradesmen have been numerous. of serious sickness nothing but u few the board instead of Mr. J. M, Farra but few who would be of help to the unimportant case of mumps. The Coll on the City Clerk and pay your as stated in Iat week's issue. All the army in tiie Quartermaster's Depart- men landed In splendid morale, with Unless cards have been numerically listed and ment have presented themselves, dog tax and get your check. keen, confident and eagar spirit. your dog hus a collar and a 11117 dog the name and address of those register "The physical appearance of our men The nimy wants teamsters, painters, ed have been sent to Washington where watchmen, Lutchers, chauffeurs, far- is truly inspiring. They are all fine. (ntag, he will be killed. I.. N. Miller. City Cierk. the dra.ving will take place. riers, bakers, wagon masters, cooks, husky young fellows, with the glow of horseshoerx, blacksmiths, sadd'ers, energy, good health and physical vigor, electricians, plumbers, engineers and which will make them a credit along niany other kinds of skilled laborers. side any troop. They aro exceptionally well camped and cared for, with subThe pay 7s 7i 'and most ranges from $33 to $51 a month stantial wooden barracks, good beds. recruits become St7 good food and the besi sanitary arofficer. rangement. They are located on high ground. For nil of this wu are deeply MORNING HOUR THE indebted to French cooperation with At this time when all people are In members of my staff." Land was first sighted from tho tensely interested in Iliblo study, one I has a rara opportunity at Knvanaugli transport on Monday night after an Camp to join a Iliblo class conducted exciting trip thru tho submarine zone. To learn of our Frequent warning of submarines op by Mr, J. M. Fuiiua. neighbors across tho rcas, in China, erating in tho expedition's course were Japan, Korea, Africa, and Brazil, or of received during the last few days of those hero at home, one may join the tho voyage and the passage thru tho Mission Study classes which will be war zone was made at high speed. Tho men were prepared for every taught by Miss Uease Combs'and Miss and give you back pounds of Flour, Boats Grace Howland. Of especial interest emergency during this period, to young women will be the class in and life rafts were placed so as to bo ar straight and 10 pounds or Bran. first aid work, u thing ho vitally neces- quickly available and the watches at all sary at the present National crisis, the lookout stations were heavily reStorage Free to Customers. Besides these classes competent leaders inforced. Weather conditions during the entire will conduct Institutes on every phase of missionary work in the local societies. voyage were Ideal and the men arrived If you are an officer this It of especial in excellent health. The days were interest to you to help you to be more warm and the nights cool and comfort efflcWnt. Mr. J. II. Sptllman will able, while the aea was unusually give a series of Inspirational addresses smooth. Very few cases of seasickness or'other Illness were reported. at the morning hour. installed this plant in our shop. Don't throw away your broken casting, but bring them to us. We can weld and make good as new in fact we can build them up and make stronger. will usslfct Kev. Frank Tinder a protracted meeting that will Iwgin nt Fnlrvlew church next Monday evening, July Oth. Dr. Damber la a preacher of unusual ability and eloquence and a Ureal meeting is expected from his leadlines. Kvciybody cordially Invited. J. J. ltyrne, the Optician, leaves this PROTRACTED MEETING week to attend the annual convention Kev K. J. Bcniber, of Versailles, of the American Optical Association, In Uth to 14th. which meets in Columbus Ohio. Julv The Association is com posed of the leading Optometrists of the U, S. and Canada. Dr. Ilyrne's next visit to l.nncaster will be in October. (BINDER I I Ln) i1 Full Line of Deering Parts Mowers. Rakes and Twine. MAKES GOOD FLOUR. FLAGS THAT FLOAT si Conn Brothers. 111 4 F1F1 s m if 1 i HASELDEN BROS. Kentucky HrJMS. flit. SsAstS? ii Lancaster, tpJtoX. i: wrCfc.k'flC !ii , 8 take another because they soy it is as good as w HY CLEN LILY KM V. I fc That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is the best. The only unbleached, unblended flour that you can buy in central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. house-wife- 's Garrard Milling Co. -- Buggies, Wagons, Harness. I have a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buying. t NOTICE TO FARMERS Will Grind Your Wheat For g 35 Cents a Bushel 40 g w 33 . ratent, $ S i Leslie T. Bradshaw. 1 W. J. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, July 6, 191 7. CONCRETE WORK Let Me Figure With You On Your .0 53. 1 Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE ;: . is. J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. LANCASTER, Ky. Vigilantes. Interminable folds of gauze For those whom we shall never see, Itemcmher, when your fingers pause, That every drop of blood to atnin SAVE THE BREEDERS. jThls whiteness, falls for1 you and me, l'art of the price that keeps us free Evtry Animal Capable of Drotdinn ToVerve our own, that keeps us clean Should Da Ritalntd on th. Farm. from shame that other women know U'rriurcil by t'nllnl Hlntea department it Oil saviors we have never seen. nxrlrullurr.l Forgive us that we are so slowl (Jod- -If that blood should cry In vain do.vt pi:i.i. iiiwr.niNo ani- And we have let our moment go! MAIA BELGIUM War maps show that in 1917 the Allies have taken a strlp.of territory along the north boundary of France and the Tlio truiplallmi of hlith price now southern frontier of Belgium. How liclng otTcrcd for live flock ami the Ung, asks an underline published with tin- - prices of fettling a war map, ntxnit before the (Germans are stuffs have led to the Felling for slaui;li- - pushed back tojthe Khine. Between the present firing trenclirs of the Allies and the Khine lies Belgium. Already that unhappy country has been tubjectcd to every variety of violent physical assault that can be Imagined. The retreating Germans are practicing at its expense systematic vandalism Wlllrll lltl.nvi hptv.fi. n.i....liv , (.ufv. ..I. uiinij It is said that the shell torn fields mjy In many instances never be cultivated again, and that lurgearem will bemude permanently barren.!, That may be exaggeration, but when the armies of the Allies shall hue crosml Belgium and hammered theGermans back to the Ilhine. there will be littleleftof private or public property in Belgium. The restoration of Belgium must be accomplished by the exaction of a huge in. demnity from Germany. To see Belgium repaid in German masks for the devastation wroucht bv Germany would delight every American. j General Farm Topics RED CROSS WORK Ily Amelia Josephine Burr of the FARMERS ATTENTION We are now in the market to buy your old corn. See us before you sell. We will G :g Telephone 192. Maintain mxl Incrcnse breeding hrriU. feed cheap rouKlURCK. stuck na little human IVc.l ll food as ijpIIi1o. CROSSING IP 3C DC 3E RED BLOOD AMERICANISM pay you the best market price. IS COMING TO THE FRONT Might now tins Country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importance of good health, both as an individual and national nsset. office, Walker, Lee & Hicks, It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this that everybody should guard their health as a priceless When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R m U Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney bark If you'll do that, von will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back horn? for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar torthreee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach, liver, kidney's,, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOPE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c n bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all l'ains, bruises, burns, etc. 'Joe and 50c bottles. BRIDGE GAP IN DIXIE HIGHWAY To MakclfoMr Tire Equipment DEGIN NOW by getting a Fisk for your spare rim. Thousands of today's users of complete Fisk equipment began years ago with the purchase of a single tire. Ex-to Perience proved is them that the famous the greatest tire value on the market and the standard of Fisk Quality is higher today than ever. dollar-for-dollar Now STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3729-3- 1 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. DC Id 1Z HE fEWYOlBOSlM via Louisville & Nashville Railroad Limit Round Trip Tourist Ftrei (com Lancaster NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in the East and North ir.Kl Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit. Atlantic City, the other cities and resorts of the East and North, including trips on Atlantic and OrcaC ' Lake Steamers. Tor particulars, rates, folders, etc, apply G. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent I 1 I (!) I I I 30 l any For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values VI oder ate In Price Shown To Buyers OR I I 1 I ir you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. i i 300 A6RE& 1 1 location, adaptation or improvements consult the i D. A. Thomas Real Estate AGENCY I I At a meeting of the Dixie Highway council held in Cincinnati Friday, it was decided to attempt to raiie a fund of one hundred thousand dollars to con- Struct a stretch of seven miles of road irTl.aurel and Itockcastlc counties. Ken- I tucky.J iThis is the only gap In the highway, which will psss thru Lexing- rtRcursoN lurx. ton and and will connect Miami. Florida , , , er oi iireming uumiaia iu kuuh.- - t-- wj,n Do,riiit Mich, was decided to ask llerea college not mistake. Farm. their ii.Mt- .nn rp. to father the movement, and the fol iimtiin.. nnimnu place them Immediately wftli better I 'owing committee was appointed tovis-oneBerea and confer with the college Kvcry breeding nnlinal It ah)- Intcly essential t the maintenance of authorities: Bnyal II. Scott, of Toledo, the live Mock r the country. Tliero In President W. G. Frost of llerea cotlegi n hhortage of moot auliuaN throughout , Fred Wesselman of Cincinnati, Ur C the world and farmers canm.t hope to u ii0I,ifiej of Cincinnati and A, L, Mninn nr knnwiiu t... " tu.. "c .. thoe now foolMily kllli-- l off. Kvery isincompiete ' iiultu.il must be regarded a. """' not Bl'orU to builJ " road, it was the Mttl eSM.ntlal to the .!,.mitle meat ca" The work includes the building and draft miluiiil Mipply of the nation. two bridges. Bepresentatives of the Feeds not urallnlile or needul for liu- mau 4onsuniitloii xhmild Ik? iinil in following cities were prescut: Toledo, largely im Ki.HlhIe in filling live t('k. Lima, Dayton and Hamilton, Ohio; ny reining mmw or eurn Mover, iik- - Uichmond, Lexingcon. Berer, and .Ml daily for wintering mature sticker Vernon and Knoxville, Tenn. and Idling animals, furmern will Uxington doubtless will have n rep lui.ijitlh 111 (if tllIK( Tllllkf roughag- -. "y, nnu me In thN way a large pro- IK.rth.u of the utraw and Mover ..nil- I'rcct of ralslnK the building fund nnrlly burmil or wasted can he niiiliu win come up at an early meeting of factunilj Into incut and milk, liralu the Board of Commerce. Lexincton Mirghuinn, whereu-- they are available, Lender. should I hi fill to I dense corn for human ui.es. drain, where fed. l.nuld lie HOW IT STARTED ueil us eeoiKKiileally an iKissilile. livery uiilruul kIiimiIiI be a factory for turning Into food material Inedible for Molbtr Dreamed Child's Breast Was human beiugs. ThN will necesiltate Marked By Red Cross. changes In many feeding formulas, and MiH'UiiH'U aii urgcil to apply at once to There is a flag common to all Chris- the United States deiiaruient of agri- ' culture or their state agricultural col tiau nations that claims the reverence leges for Information iik to the most ef and respect of all civilized people the fectlve and eeouoiulcnl methods of feed-- 1 wllite ttaK ot "Jce, emblazoned with u It is the sign of met lug live stock under existing emcrgeucy hlood red cross. er to the sick and wounded that waves conditions. over hospital or ambulance in peace or war. Some of our workers may not Pruning Neetssary. Priming is n necessary part of or- understand the reason for this sign. chard practice, hays O. V. Itapp of the Why the "lied Cross?" And why the Oklahoma AgrlculturalCollegeot Horti- universal use of this symbol? In the culture. An unpruurd Ireo l.s much III.u middle of the sixteenth century it was an untrained horse both can work and revived, though had it been used bewill work well If properly trained. It Is true that an untrained tree will pro. fore as the distinctive badge of the duco romo fruit, but It villi not do its crusaders who went to rescue the Holy best. Much of the energy that ahould Lands, tfce places consecrated by the bo directed toward fruit production footsteps of our" Divine Savior, from will be used to produoo useless wood. the grasp or the infidel. It is related Tho treo wl grow cxccuklvely nnd will of the mother of Camiilua de Lellis often become luUshnped. Proper prun- that she dreamt she had a child whose ing tho removal of dead, dylug, diseased and excessive wood together breast was marked with a red cross. with the proper shaping of the tree, Is The vision troubled her. She could not an essential purt of successful orchard understand It, and it seemed to her a practice. .Such treatment must bo fol. portent of woe. The lady Camilla died iowed If tho orchard Is expected to pro- while her child was still u boy, and far duce fruit as It should. from being a saint. It was years later, wlien he had been converted, that he Prolitable Pork. set out to found his order "Tho MinisEighty-eigh- t iiouuds of Juicy poik ters of the Sick," taking for tint disHindu lu eight weeks, and ill some as high ns ninety to 100 iouiids, tinctive badge of the new congregation Is the paco made by tho Oregon experi- the Bed Cross, which his mother had ment station, and made repeatedly. It so clearly seen in her vlclon. From its was dono by using n well balanced ra- use by the hospitals of St Camiilua it tion. If fcuch gains can bo inadd on got to bo employed as a universal sign, common uateilals In experimental wherever the sick were to be cared for, feeding let farmers strlvo to do us well whether in the hospitals of "The MinIn homo feeding. isters of the Sick", or other places. And so it Is that the nations of tho Cultivate Cabbaga. world today are Inbebted to a son of It will pay in dollars und cents to the church, for the flag that tloati over tuko euro ot tho cabbage crop tbla year, says M. r, Aheuni, associate professor every field hospital or ambulance party, of horticulture, Kansas Htnto Agricu- and the badges which nurses, doctors Phones carry In time of ltural college. Cultivate tho crop, keep andtttretcher-bearer- s down weeds and fight Insects. The war, are u sure guarantee of protection most daugsrous Insect enemies of. the from deliberate atttck by a civilized cabbago crop ore tho cabbage worm, nemv. the cut worm aud cabbage aphis. ! s. l.rw-llii- K iriii Fisk Tires For Sale By ,f'' Arcade Garage. Haseldcn Brothers. Rex Garage Company. ... - ! r This Summer Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU CalU you to an Ideal vacation high up- - In the mountains of Wcuctn North Carolina. Dayi full of Intcrrtt, activity and sport nights of refreshing comfort arul solid sleep. Renew your health In the clear, cool mountain air. Go camping In the wmxls climb the peals -- play golf, tennis enjoy drivlns and motoring. Dig. fine hotels or quiet, Inexpensive places, v. liichcvcr you prefer. Lrl us uuote you the lower rowul trip f.r.t fufnIUi ttrat lattci, lltcrilut .nj all travel litKitnutlon. Citt un ncsic.t g(U ur uruc II. C KINO, rtiotnlx Hotel Division rasHngcr Agent MtJii?, 118 Last Main St. Lexington, Ky. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. 339-- F or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. RED CROSS CAMPAIGN ! 9 10, 11, 12th. GARRARD COUNTY'S GOAL JULY s For The American RED GROSS Fund. i I I I s EVERY MAN, WOMEN AND CHILD WILL BE CALLED UPON DURING THE ABOVE DATES TO MAKE A CONTRIBUTION THE GARRARD 1917, co-operati- COUNTY RED CROSS CHAPTER was organized the Garrard County Red Cross Chapter. The local of every man, woman and child in Garrard county to contribute chapter asks the something to this fund. The Red Cross is the only volunteer organization for Relief of War or Civilian, authorized by the United States Government, by Act of Congress, and Presidential and non Proclamation. Its accounts are audited by the War Department. It is political. It is organized to furnish aid to sick and wounded of armies in time of war, and to devise and carry on measures of relief for those suffering great disaster in time of peace. on Monday, May 28th, non-sectari- an . The most stupendous and appealing call in the history of the world to aid suffering humanity confronts our Red Cross. Millions of men who have been fighting for liberty lie dead or wounded; millions of women and children are homeless'and helpless; hundreds of towns and villages have been destroyed; diseases and distress are rampant. Up to now our own people have not suffered. While Europe has been pouring out her life blood, America has experienced a prosperity she has never known before. But now we ourselves are in this gigantic war. We now see that the struggle against Autocrocy and tyranny which our Allies have been making, is and has from the first been, in reality, no less our struggle than theirs. We ourselves must now share the suffering which they have endured; we to, must do our part in a real way. Joining the Garrard County Red Cross Chapter or contributing to this fund does not involve any field service, nor other financial obligations, other than the payment of the dues, or the amount you wish to contribute to this fund. It merly means you are helping to do your bit for Home Country Humanity NOW IS THE TIME TO DO YOUR BIT. The Central Record. Thursday, July 5, 1917. j I I I I Fixtures, Counters, and Show Cases For Sale. BIG CLOSING OUT SALE To Close Out All Summer Goods at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. A Sale Where Everybody Will Realize They Can SAVE MONEY We COUNTRY Must Sell Our Entire Stock In NICE. ThiPtg Days CLEAN. UP-TO-DATE Avail Yourself of This Great Opportunity. MERCHANTS-HE- RE Make Your Money Do Its Full Duty at this Sale MERCHANDISE MARKET IS A CHANCE FOR YOU TO BUY FAR BELOW PRICE. The Date Is July 3rd. SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY JULY 7th Come Early While The StocK is Complete. Remember the Place THE FAIR STORE Opposite the Court House, Danville, J. HOGAN BALLAKD. County Ky. "Look for the Large Sign." The Central Record INCORPORATED. Oilier counties have donated liberally nnd Ga'rurd must do her part. A letter from Joe S. Haseluen, written from liriitUi-y, Judge. asuED Weekly. $1.00 a year. CLAYTON A. AKNOLD. A. D. FOItD. For Jailer. DAVID ItOSS. Wo aro authorized to announce John S. Ham, a candidate for the r.imira-lio- n for Magistrate for district No. 3, Bubject to the action of the Demc:ra..? primary to be held August 4th lyn. Ark., I. 11 ag; J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. nnU Mfir. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor Kmered.t the Toil bale: In Lnuca.tcr, Kj., Mall M.tter. a. Second-CUMember Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. , Lancaster, Ky., July 5, 1917 Huth Cruger, a New York school-gwent to, a motorcyle shop at which v. 33 Rates For Political Announcements exhibited a sign "Skates ShariKntii '. . She carried her skates. That waj in For Precinct and Citv OI!i:es . ..$ COO February. In June her mysterious dis10.00 appearance ceased to be u myst ?or County Offices tor State anJ District Offices.... 1G.00 Her body was found. The proprie'.tij r 10 For Calls, per line of the shop had Iledto Italy. The evi10 dence in hand For Cards, per line points to a crime of dc ' For all publications in the intermnnrann ll'n (ho MiM. tl,,. ! DAVID ROSS. est of individuals or expresor 'Whitechapel" cases in London sion of individual views, per some twenty years ago. The above 1. . aj ' t 'm wi A known 10 line It is now stnted that since January to the ccirtltu ncy of G rranl county 05 800 girls Obituaries, per lino between 10 and 20 years huve tc need any introduction from u. While it Inn Leen pructicully certain disappeared from their homes in New We are authorized to announce the York. There will bn a spasm of police for the past year or more that following candidates, subject to the activity. Gradually It will subside. would be n candidute for the Primary, The disappearance of girls will continue Democratic nomination for jailer of action of the Democratic as usual. August 1917. Garrard county, it u not until now No: many of the girls who disappear that we nre authorized to officially anCounty School Superintendent. volare murdered. More of them no, nounce hia candidacy. untarily, or under tho'influence o'f perHu has served efficiently as our counMISS JENNIE HIGC1NS. suasion, or as a result of coercion, into ty jailer for tho past four years und the underworld. Theirs is a worse fate few men In the county could hne given County Court Clerk. than that of the Cruger girl who was as fuithful tervice. He has worked killed defending herself with her skates hard and successfully for the DemoJ. O. UOGIE, us a weapon. JEPTHA ONSTOTT. cratic party In tint county and his demOnly in America aru so many trag ocracy has never been questioned; he ,W. A. DOTY. edies of adolescence possible. In this! is never overbearing, but kind; he is J. HUUCE LAWSON. country wo take the stund mistakenly not lenient, but tair; not harsh, but the Europeans think that girls in their Hu has the courteous and alTuble. Assessor. teens "know how to take caru of them- respect and esteem of a largo circle of E. B. RAY. They are permitted to go unselves". friends, who will work unceanngly for A few urc attended in the streets, his nomination and election, all of Magistrate District No. 1. murdered every year In euch great city. whom predict that he will lead the Moro aro trapped into lives and held J. H. CLAKK. ticket in Novemhor and that his electhrough fear. Still more urc pcrtuaded tion will bn sure, which will mean the No. 2. Magistrate District to make Irretrievible mistakes. continued enforcement of the law and Is it surprising that Europeans crit- the humane discipline of the inmates LOGAN 1SON. icise the American idea that any young of the county jail, of whom he is cusCounty Attorney. woman who Is inclined to conduct hertodian and keeper. self properly is safe unescorted? GHEEN CLAY WAI.KEH. 11 iiiiiiH of three At mass meeting of the Ci rino thousand four hundrtd dcllan was subscribed forthe licdCross In tl rt three minutes. Grove with u population of At I' fix I i til, nx thousand dollars whs eul.ee r I "j m or.e day. Five of the business men of Hoiiy Grove Mnrted the l,;tw th four hundred dullan each. At Green l!a a negro settlement entire!.,, e.ntren hundred dullara wassub-cr- u J bv the i.er.roes in one day. Tl' ) t ju ;, 'a asnssment was twenty J il Ijiirs, and subscribed thirty six thousand dollars. At Marvel (111 an adjoining County) mth u papulation of les9 than one thous-mipeople twenty thouiand dollar was ' rubjeribed for the Keel Cross. T! ..1 town has a poptilutfon thy sar 110 , .it-- VOLT LAMPS the new current. 40 TO 225 WATT. . You will need them with -- tliou-un- I McRoberts Drug Store d SECRETARY McADOO Expresses Appreciation To Liberty Committee. Tiie following letter received by Mr. F. Hudson, who was chairman of the local Liberty Bond Committee has just been received. 1!. Loan . Get Ready For Treasury Department, Washington. June a!, 1317. Dear Mr. Hudson; Permit mo to extend to you, und through you to each member or your Liberty Loan Committee, my warm thanks and deep appreciation of the patriotic service you rendered your country in connection with the Liberty Loan of 1U17, Tho result could not have been accomplished without the ellective aid of such patriotic citizens as yourself and the members, of your Committee. Loyally and unselfishly you gave tho Government your best etiorta and you can enjoy tho satisfaction of knowing that you have contributed immeasurably to tho first signal victory America has won In this righteous war. 1 shall be obliged if you will convey this message to every member of your Committee. 1 should be happy to write a personal letter to each if it wero physically possible for me to do so. I ulso take this opportunity to express thu hope that you wil! preserve your admirable organization and that 1 may have your assistance again when the Government has to place additional Issues of bonds. With kind regards and best wishes, I am Cordially yours, Harves fleering Mowers, leering Bisioe rs and wine, Sheriff. A. K. WALKEK. Slate Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. IIAHLAN, . J. It. MOUNT-Representative. J. A. I1EAZLEY. AS CAPJAIN. Friends here will be Interested to learn of the promotion of Mr. H. A. Hoeing, who has recently received his commission as Captain in the Engineering Corps and Is In line for service in France. Mr. Hoeing is a brother-in-laof Mr. J. W, Sweeney and lias often visited here with his estimable wife, who was Miss Olivia Sweeney.B COMMISSIONED RED CROSS "DRIVE" Neil Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Great" preparations are being made throughout the county for the big Kqd Cross drive which will be made over thd entire county next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Garrard county must and will raise the 5,000. Every M. Q.'McAdoo. man, woman and child will be asked to Mr. U. F. Hudson, Lancaster, Ky. donate something to the patriotic cause. Deering Binder Twine, the best on the market. Phone us your order now so you will be sure of yours at harvest time. Becker & Ballard. Phme 27. Bryaitsvllle. Ky. , The Central Record, Thursday, July 5, 191 7. Will llrndihnw a twin brother of Mrs. Guid Kemliiifcefirea of childhood ilnvs were I YOU'LL UND IT IN THIS COLUMN, J Mr Alex West Is visiting his daugh 'Indulged In by kith awl kin. ler, irs varies wenmnn. ai iNicnoius Mrs. Hall Lnvlnn nf 111.. Mr. .n,l vlllc. , Mrs. Will Hradiihaw Piano tuning, C. F. Allen, of Decatur, III Mr 0, It. Carp"nter lias returned Mr. J tin. Curd and familv. Mr. Warren lt-pKcngcrlan Hotel. A i'.rltl Mention of Iht Comlruti tnJ from u business trip to Henderwnville, Curd and family of llurgin together LOST; Auto crank. Reward If reN. C dohji lyThoie V' Art '.Mtrtiud In. with all Ihe members of the llradshnw turned to Hnseldcn llrothers. Culti-packer- s. Mr. Elmer llnyden, nf Snn Angelo, family except Mr. Jno. II. llrndahaw For Sale Round mahogany dining Texas, is the guest of Miss Anna Hello and Mrs. L. A. Royse. of III; about 3.1 Mian Joan Mount was In Danville, Ilurnside. were present table. Phone .112-1J. I.'Cnsc Tlirnslicrs nnd Plow Tractors. 0 II. Associated Gns Engine Tuesday, Last hut not lenss was the sumptuous Mrs. Geo. Robinson. mnl H M. I Air Cooled (5ns Engine, will sell cheap, nlso Hirdsell Wagon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Si'us Mesiier, of More-lan- d dinner of all the season's best. The Mrs. 1.. J. in visiting relativspent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. "rost of living" was not discussed as FOR SALE; Home grown Huck-whe- at es In Madison Co. J. O. Cox. the platters 'of fried chicken, ham salads seed. IlulTman llros, Mrs. J. K, Voris of Indiana)ol!s is and etc were being pas.cil Little Kmllv Ann El I; in linn lii'cn sick 'rhe Squari Deal IIoiiiii'. Gilbert Creek. Ky. The '"end of a iierfcct day" came visiting her hrother, A. T. Anderson, ! the past work Imt H r now. ami sisters. . when all deparlniR guests wished for FOR SALE-Tj- ne riding and one g Mrat Ada Kinnaird, of Atlanta is 3ME E many nappy returns to Mrs. curd and walking cultivator, good as new, will Miss Mary Lee l.cnr is visiting her I)r unit Mm. I. II. Kinnnlrd. iiraujiiaw. sell cheap. sister, Mrs Mac Wilkins, at Shelby, air. J. H. Woods, I Mrs. Only visited Miss Amanda An- - North Carolina. Paint Lick. Ky. A SURPRISE WEDDING. 171 jdersnn uml nttf ti'lt'c Chautauqua. Miss Emmu Honor loft for Louisville Wanted: Aliddle Age white lady for The following is copied from th Miss Carrie Helle Unmans is visiting Mordav afternoon nfter a visit to Mr companion and do light house work. Jackson Times mid will he of interest Elizabeth Joseph. Miss Jessie Ileagle nt Georgetown. 0 2t. Mrs. Malinda Cotton. to friends in this county Mr and Mrs S. II. Aldridge and famig Mrs. W. S. Klkfri. of Atlanln, is "It was u pleasant surprise to many I.ost: A hlark mare weighs about a ly left last Sunday for tiieir home in her sifter Miss Jennie Duncan. I C. Jackson friends when the news reached 1000 lbs PHONES I Ollico anil almut ten yearn- - old. If Paris Crusting. Ind. Residence 'Sift. here on Tuesday that Mr. W. E. Davis found Mrs. May Hughes Nelandhas returncall Henry Meadows 925 DanMiss Elsie Lackey and brother, John, and Miss Jessie Parks had married last ed from a visit to Louisville relative. V ville and receive reward. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, visiting. Mra T. K. Watson, nt Saturday evening at Ashland, Ky. Mr Mrs, W. It. Ilurton, Misses Kdnn and are Davis is Cnshier of the First National Ilarboursvillc nnd Ely. Martha Kavunaugh an- - in Louisville ' TOBACCO STICKS. this week. Mrs Joe I'nulkner nnd children, of Dank of this city, having come here Middle sboio nre visiting relatives and from Lexington, Ky. nearly two years Can furnish any quantity of split Mrs. John .Shackelford and children ago where lie held a position with the are with her mother. Mrs. Km ma ftiends in the citv and county. Phoenix and Third National Hank tobacco sticks. Place order early. Call Kauirninn. U. II. Smith, of Louisville was Miss Parks comes from a prominent or write. J. T. Centers, Mr How about The question has often been Paint Lick. Ky, Route 2. Miss Uuth Currier has returned home with Mm Smith here Sunday, at the family of Garrard county. Paint Lick Ky, and is quite a beautiful nnd at lifter n few di.vs visit with relatives in home of Mr and Mrs Solon Henry. the country. Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. Karris Yeager were tractive girl. Tiio wedding took place LOOK! Mrs. J. A. McDowell and children week-envisitors of Misses Sue and at the beautiful home of Col. Timothy For quick sale I offer one Deering A. i'ield at nine o'clock in the evening of Richmond have been visiting Mr. Margaret Sampson of Harrodsburg. After the wedding the happy couple binder, one McCormack Mower, one L. N. Miller. AND Mrs. V. A. LeaV and Mrs. W. A. left on the C. & O. train for a short steel hay rake and one buggy, all about Miss Louis Powell, of Lexington kiis Price will entertain nt, a delightful visit to the biides parents, Mr. and as good as new and for less than half the week-en- d guest of Miss Mamie Junior picnic, tomorrow at Dix river. Mrs. W. t Paries of Paint Lick. They price. See J. Y. Robinson at Keugar-ls- n Storms Dunn. Hotel. J. F. Robinscn, Messrs Uert Embry, Gla3s Carrier. returned home Tuesday evening and Mrs. Lizzie Rolling of Lexington is Willie Mac Elliott and Milton Elliott. are now receiving the congratulations Macon. Ga. visiting Mrs. Fannie Walker and Mrs. left last Sunday for a stay in Akron, 0 and best wishes of (heir many friends, (livens Terrill. The ceremony was performed by the NOTICE. following home people who have Mrs Kav Lackey has returned to he? Ask Rev. Dr. Condit. pastor of the Presby Mrs. Lizzie Denny of is hiime in Kai.sas City, Mo., after a visit Spring, and who Cars bought Persons having claims against the terian Church. The wedding music visiting relatives in the Taint Lick to her parents, Mr nnd Mrs S I). Cochwas plaved by Mr. Nelson Weedon. It estate of Mrs. A. S. Haseidcn will prefrom getting perfect neighborhood. ran. was a quiet wedding, only a few friends sent same to me properly proven at Mra Edwin Mortz of New York and of the haluiy couple being present, once. Those knowing themselves inMiss Edna Herkrlc has returned to Mr Swinebroad, Hupp, Mr Stapp, Hupp, ElUin of Lexington, are ex After the w6ddiug duinty lefreshments debted to said estate will please call a LexinRton nfter a visit to Miss Mamie Mrs M. Mr Cress, Hupp, Mr Dalton, Hupp, pected todav as guests of Mrs H. F. were served. Col. and Mrs. Field being once and settle. Stormes Dunn. G. T. Ballard. Walter. Mr King, Hupp, Mr House, Hupp, Executor. nssisttil by their attractive daughter, Mrs. e Huffman of Louisville is visiting Mr. May Hughes Noland and Editor Roy A. Haynes and Mrs. Hay-ne- s, Miss Dorothy. Doth arc popular nnd Mr Rubel, Hupp. Mr Thompson, Hupp, of Hillsboro Ohio, are guests of will add much to Jack son i social life other relatives. s, Mr Elmore, Dodge, Mr Sutton, Dodge, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. The Times extends congratulation and Mrs. James Royston and Mrs. Edd the Jitters par-ntH. Mason. knows thsl it voices the sentiment of Dodge, Mr Gaines feft Monday for a protracted Mr Smith, Dodge, nil who know Mr. and Mrs. Davis.' Mrs J. I). Harp, of Shelbyville, Mr visit to Chicago. Mr Tuggie, Dodge, Dodge, Mr Rubel, and Mrs J. 0. Franklin and family of Miss Alice I'etty of Richmond was Dodge. Misses Fannie and I. A PATHETIC LETTER the delightful week-enguests of Miss awrenceburg spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs J. S Gilbert. I have opened up a Lilllie Mae Sutton. Manv in Lancaster conttibuted to the be pleased to show you. Phone us, we Hlind Relief War Fund and we publish Miss Christine Saunders left last i l.ltlle Mancv and btanly Clark have tho following letter feeline thev will ' week for Richmond where the will vi jit returned to their home on the Lcxing- - be glad to know the money has reached pike i.ftor spending a pleasant us relatives and uestination ami doing goon: JOHN DEERE BINDERS, Gossip About Mowers, Stackers, Steel and Sweep Rakes, Walter A. Wood Mowers, Durham I. Is Miss Uedr Maud Kobsnn of Louisville the guest of Miss Kathleen Walter. 7 3 J. R. MOUNT & CO. 11 M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. 5 1111 inti asked. THE HUPMOBILE DODGE BROS CAR the these this satisfaction them. arc Herring, Bettie West, NOTICE AND will Arcade II II Garage i I Co. KINNAIKD BROS., Managers. H II II IE DC Nuanally's Candies. mm. 7 m V tS S & Ice Cream Parlor. I mm m mw w tV NDNNALLTTS Candies Special lee Creuni for this week.2 with their grand parents. Capt. Hach and Cupt. Taylor of the 2nd Kentucky regiment, were in the city last Saturday, demonstrating the Miss Margaret Elkin Hughes is en merits of the Lewis machine gun and joying the summer with her giand-- I incidentally to gather in u few recruits parents. .Mr. and Mrs. John Miller. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear, Mr. R. It. Mrs. Theo Cowherd of Louisville, Denton. Little Miss Nancy Thomas and Miss flettio McDowell of Lagrange, Lear end V. A. Lear, Jr , nnd Masters are tlie guests of Mm. J. It. Mount. S. D. and Eugene Cochran, and Mr. Mrs. Huckner j Spindle mid Miss Roger Aldridge. motored to Lexington Martha Gill will go to Cliautauu.ua N. and spent the Fourth. Y next week for u short vacation. A Dublin, Georgia, paper contains an Miss Eliza Ison who enjoyed Chau- account of tbu narrow escape of one tauqua as the guest of her sister. Mis. Thomas Hooks from drowning but who was rescued by Miss Lucile Chumbley, Will Dickenon, has returned home. daughter of Rev. C. M. Chumbley, a Mrs. George Robinson and daughter. former pastor of the Presbyterian Miss Minnie Mae. spent the week-enchurch here. Miss Chumbley, who is a with the family of Mr. Woods Walker. splendid swimncr, acted with such Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes and Miss courage and coolijess that n movement es Elsie nnd Marguret Morrownttendcd is now under way to secure a Carncgia the Danville Chaittaun.ua Monday night. medal for her. Miss Charlotte I'ollitt who ban been I In remitting for her subscription to the attractive guest of Miss Alice v the Record from Greenville, Kv, wliero has returned to her homo in Jack- she is now touching. Miss Nell Johnson. ston, remembered and loved by every"Haby Sister" Cuneer who has been one here who knew her, was kind visiting Mrs. T. M. Wilson at Mrs. J. enough to say, "I never forget the day It. Mounts, returned to Richmond Tues- - when the Record should arrive. It is Mis Lilly Henrv of San Antonio, Texas, will visit her sister, Mrs. Thos. Hill of Hjatttville in this month. I d Rig-neI friends. Iton Paris France, June 13, 1917. PLUMBING Dear Mrs, Amon: I feel certain that vou will, be glad to hear frcm mc and am pleased to tell vou that we reached France safely. would have written to you sooner had we not been overwhelmed witli worli here. Enclosed please find an article which recently appeared in the Paris Edition of the New crl: Herald. Every since we arrived, weliave oeen investigating the conditions ai.d needs of the blinded soldiers und sailors. We find that over live hundred of thes brave men who liavo been completely in the vnrious existing in stitutions here nre now waiting to be sent home. The amount required to send each man to his home village, lease ii cottage for him, furnish it sufHcicntly supply him with the tools, machines nnd raw materials necessary for the carrying on of his trade, is about Frs. TIN SHOP in Lancaster, over J. R. ' Mount & Co's., store. I guarantee my work to give satisfaction and my prices will be right. Your business will u appreciated. P.B. WILLIAMS day. Peach, Tutti Fruitti, Caro-mc- l, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served Miss Edna Kavanaugh entertained at an elegant six o'clock dinner, Friday evening in honor of ilr. Herbert Ellis ot N. U. Miss Elizabeth Anderson, who has been in Georgetown the pust season us trimmer for a millinery huuse, has re turned home. Miss Gladys Knsbiu is in Louisville tho charming guest of her uunt, Mra. li. E. Hughes, and will remain througl: July and August. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Elmore. Nea and Miss Charlie Elmore, motored to Lmiiieuce last Sunday tu see Mr. and Mrs. U. I). Illauton. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith, who has been Waiting friends here, has gone to Richmond to take a course in House hold Economics at the Normal. Telephone Any Hour Wl DC O. DC D KING, C DC No 202. Proprietor. 31 DC DC y ill i I I 1 I 11 I have bought the H.D. Lee stock of goods located in the Record building one door from I the square. candy kitchen on Lexington St. mid merged it with our New Store. We thank you for pust business and cordially invite yon to call on us at our new location where we are able to serve you better, Yours for business, Wo hnvq closed otir I !!!) Mrs. J. W. Elmore, Miss Lidia und and N'ord Elmore accompanied Mrs' Chennult to ElixirSpringslsatTucsday, Hit' latter to remain for several weeks. Aliases Helen Gill and Sallio Klkin leave Friday for Chautauqua N. Y. where they will taka summer courses in Red Cross work and China painting. A letter to friends in this city from Mr Ector Lawson, who is now in train. Ir.g at Ft. llenjamin Harrison, tells of the hard woik he Is doing there, yet enjoying it all. Ho has been training a company for the post week and says ho hopes to land a nice commisiioc by the time the training camp closes. ISI i COY S. SANDERS I i I 1.000. We are most anxious to undertake this work immediately, but until we receive further donations we deeply re gret to state that our hands are ubso lutely tied. We are therefore obliged to call upon your never failing and much uspreciated once my one big home letter and no line of mure. Wo feel certain that you can I love old Lancas- easily find somti philanthropic persons It misses my eye". ter and 1 am just so proud of every- in your city to whom the case of these thing she docsand she never falN utllicted men will make un irresistibli down on tho job either." Sho asks to appeal. For your Information we would like be remembered to all her friends and says sho will teach there again next to say thut it takes the sum of l.L'WI year. completely one francs to blinded man and we will gladly, if re Miss Lucy S. Spoonamoro entertained at her beautiful country home near quired, furnish to the generous donor lledgeville, Wedntsday afternoon from the name and addtess of this man, his 2 to 4 o'clock, in honor of Dr. and Mrs. photograph and history so that each Grover A. Rivers, from Middlctown, subscriber could communicate with him Ind. and ids sister, Mrs. J. Fox Dud-dera- r, direct, knowing himself to be the prae ticul saviour of u brave human being, from Stanford, Kv. Those present to meet tho visitors were; who has given liis'all in the defense of his beloved country. Mesdames George IMJorde, Harry We feel certain that you will not re I? rye, James Sunders, William Murphy, fuse to ussist us once more and believe ...I.:- - ir.... I.insev Rankin, juiinuiuii iiuutvlll, liur-,,..,..,:, I, ., ...:.,:i,. ry linTi.ln AllMn I;iinlfitt hu.rl, l,il-l- . " help to assure the future existunc of bpoonamore, . L. Patrick, turns thee torely atllicted men. Ycager. C. F. Yeager. Misses Mary, I trust that vou will give the w hole Lee and Elizabeth Givens, Sarah Wood matter your most eurnest thought uml Yeager and Ann.. Ilulljnaii. Delicious . attention iind.that you will aid' us all refreshment!) weres-rve- d. Miss Spoon vou can. 1 would not cull on you hi in- mere proved 1A1 ideal hostess. All tdstcntly weie the needs not so great enjoyed tho occasion very much, as nr.d urgent. usual, when invited to this home. Our Finance Committee, consisting of Mr. Frank A, Vanderlip, Mr. Otto Hay lies and ANOTHER HAPPY OCCASION II. Kahn, Mr. Edmund L. Mr. George A. Kessler, has recently On Friday June 29th, relatives and deposited the sum uf 000.000 frs in the friends met at the hospitable home of Hank of France to ensure a life pension T. W. Hrudhuw at McCreary, to meet to twenty totally blinded men who have Mrs. Jno. Curd of Uurgin Ky. who was ulso both arms amputated. Awaiting favorable news from vou there to celebrate harJCth anniversary. I Mrs. Curd is a daughter of Mr. and before long, I remain, in gratitude, I Sincerely yours, Mrs. T. W. Urudshaw. To the surprise Mrs. It. Valetine Webster j of the crowd and much to the happiness of the occasion was tho arrival of Mr. lion. Sec. French Committee. I COME and get a bargain in all TRIMMED HATS We have marked our $5.00 Hats 00 un down to iDD.uU i. $10. Hats down OH .ii to 4I ,0U ha and have made cuts on all ready to wears and shapes, for cash only. See for yourself. Rella Arnold Francis Public Square fhe Central Record, Thursday, July 5, 1917. QUUN3 CHAPEL. Mr. lllley Davis has opened n grocery Wartime garb. How Woman Are Donning FRESH CHICKENS How to Choose One From Among Embalmed Poultry. PUT WHOLESOMENESS FIRST. store. Miss Marie Mallard Is here lsitlng f riends. Mr. Frank Land has received his Ford car. Messrs ItlleV and Hardin Davis were in Lexington Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Curtis Kast and lutle son, of Cincinnati are here with Alex-amlrcla-live- the Khaki Inattad of Silk. Next Week The Piano Sale now in pro-ges- s Miss Iru Hollon of Hazel Green is here a guest of her sister Miss Lenna Hollon. Misses Mayme Calico and Hulah May Tips About Dry Picked, Air CooleJ Irds and the Crest Danger of BacDrssssJ One, Thus teria Entering Causing Ptomiln Poisoning. We should place w holesometic'S ahead of plui!ipne.s nnd jwitli. In other words, tt.e iHilutsiif greatest IiuHrtaiicei to consider are: "Is tin-- bird untainted or reasonably fresh J Is there danger of I Its giving ptoninlnc iKiisouhig to som. I one who cats It bsnne tin' bacteria id their deadly wnrkl" decay have Tlie time'was when It was comldcre.1 safer to purchase isMillry which ha I Uvn drawn. It being nrgmsl that the entrails were likely to coiitainlnatp tUr meat. Heads nnd feet were icuiovel, and the purchaser felt she was getting net weight and not aylhg for thut which must bo iilscanlol. As n matter of fact. It Is now bellcv oil by the majority that It Is safer to buy poultry undrawn and with Die heads nnd feet when1 nature placid them. Unci- - mi opening has luisi nini'.e Into th biMly 4f a bird or tie hisid and fist cut off, the moist, dell-rat- e tlssui-- s nre laid open to the nl. fairly lnvltlntr the Invasion of bacti-rlu- . These bacteria siwn hulcilr the Haver at J. L. Beazley& Co's. on Lexington street, wiil close. HAVE YOU SECURED YOUR PIANO? owned the puhlic school at this place Monday. A number of young folks were guests of Miss Thelrna Simpson Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lacy Kidd of New I'ort who lias been a frequent visitor here is ill nlher home theie. Mrs. John Land returned Sunday from a tell days visit to Mrs. Lucy Kidd in New I'ort. Misses Marie Enslev of Lexington and Myrtle Davis of Uuckeie have been guests of Miss Lenna Hollon. Kev. J. G. Ungan and otheij friends from this vicinity attended the burial of Mr. J. U. Turner at Nicholasville Sunday. The meeting at the M. E. church If not, do not delay because you will miss the greatest opportunity ever offered to secure one of the best pianos on the market, at or near the price usually asked for medium grades. tje Wilson & Sons e Wilson & Sons Pianos and Player Pianos have no superior. Their beautiful . heard them tone is a marvel to all who has Their Styles Player Piano Is one of the wonders of the age; any one can at once render any selection they desire. Only one left and it will go at an extra bargain The movernment having placed millions of dollars for all kinds of metal and lumber has disturbed the market to such an extent, that all pianos coming from the factory since June 1 si carries an advance of from $50. to $75. This stock was purchased before that date, so you can save that amount on any of the present stock. which is being conducted bv Hev'u. J. I!. Kenon and J. U. Itagan will continue until Sunday morning. Announcement has been made hero s when Also of the birth of b daughter, Laura Vivian, to Mr. and Mrs. Dee Young of New Port. Ky., Juno Lit. Miss Willie Miles Kay and Mr. Clarenre McCulley. of this vicinity were united n the holy bonds of matrinimony by Kev. F. M. Tinder in .Lancaster June on the jiaki it. 25. 1917. The bride is the beautiful and popular daughter of Mr. and Mis. In fust becoming a faxorlte KlmLI Joe Kay. The groom is the eldest son fabl.r for MlHiriM mid wok clothe. A of the late Mr. John McCulley. The regulation army shirt, soil felt lut and couple have our best wishes for a happy bloouirn of LlmM worn Inside ligulus and successful future. in' the sjtiio material make up the of this movie actress who It tinmplns across tho Incut, whining Organization of Roman Army. The Itonum nrmy vw divided Into iivrults on (he way. lesions, the number of which varied. Hach wns under sis trlbunl or "chief Baked Hem. captain,1." who commanded by turns. Wash n twelve (annul smoked ham The legion wns subdivided Into ten co- and soak ovenilsht hi cold water t,i horts, tho cohort Into three maniples, utiv. Drain, put in n slow, pot. and the maniple Into two centuries. c 'er with cold water and bring to tbe The century orlcinally contained 100 boiling point. Simmer three hours .ir men, as the term Implies, but subseuntil tender, feci off the tMu, place quently from GO to 100 nieu, according in u drl)ilng pan, spread f Inch strength of the legion. to the Ihkk wltli liriiun sugar, ndd a cupful garlic vinegar and bake in a hot of i ou-turn of an liour, lusting every ten minutes. Spread with another layer of sugar, nick with cloves an Inch apart, reduce the heat and cook Bourbon Poultry Remedy nlowly without batting fur twenty-livminutes so that tho ham may Ik- - well glazed. Servo hot tho first time and tew dnms In tho drioklrur water cares later cold thinly sliced with wlapcd I anuprevenisvnne cream and horseradish sauce. diarrhoea, cholera and other chtclc mil-foronc-hnlu tliref--4ju.1- actual diwnijsvsi-tloof the mint, even-IdH--s not sot In. The feet and head tell n goil deal about the ae of the bird. Young smooth legs nnd lret birds have while n'd ones shew n rouah, wiily of cimdltlou with the development spurs. Some poultry sjieclallsts ulsn claim that u fowl with yellow legi l of lietter flavor than one having blick f ch-al- are refined and artistic in the extreme. They are fully guaranteed for ten years. There are no better. home is the one possessing music it is not only an evidence of refinement, but lends to the family a sphere of dignity and higher standing. Word About Prices. The Most Attractive legs. Thm head of a bird w hlrji has ln-ckilled some time will tell the fact plainly to any one who can read the darkincd Sunken syuiptoms. neck ami it greenish blue inlor near the bill, nil show that the bird is no longci teh-pho- '0neDrop W li APFS MHIDI M., Inlattw, If. ft KKII Sold by R. E. McRoberts. llseascs. One WVcent but I In makes Atclrue-slstsor- tir II nllons of mndlclue. alu malt imtpald. able poultry book freo on miuesC YOUR ROSEBUSHES. SAFETY-SERVIC- From Buds to Broktn Roots Hero Is Sound Advlct. Prepared by the l fi. department of sericulture. enils of broken roots uml any thatiin- - too lung Just before they arc put Into the hole, so that there will be smooth, fresh surfaces which cun callous uud heal oii-r- . It is usual to liavc this fresh i'Ut surface on the under side of tho root. Tin- - hole ill which the hush is to be planted should Is- - scleral inches larger across than the roots will extend and ample In depth, with n little loose earth on the bottom. The roots should he separated well in nil illns tluns. wltli tlii-- soil well worked In munii: theiu, separating tla-n- i Into Injcrs. each of which should be suead out like tho lingers o, tho baud. When the hole is puithilly full tho plant should be shaken up and down sn as to make sure It Is III close contact with tin-sounder the cmmi where the nuts branch. When the mots nro well covered tho soil should bo llriu 4'd. This Is bct ihue by trump-lug- . If tho soil Is In prox'r dltlon trumping cauiiiit Injure lean- - n the plants. This Ion about tin-in- . but nil . tho roots will When nil tire plartisl olio niu) Is- - watered, although this espeusually Is not neio-arycially If tin- - roots li.tvo In en pud-dli-Is upplii'd SATISFACTION , The big 3 combination bushes INIt jilatitiug dormanttrim the is ileslrablc- to - Insured Agency 5-1- in The D: A. Thomas. 0 & 20jYear Farm fresh. Is Every piano must go. No stock will be carried over. This will be the To order a bird over the to trust entirely to one's market man. last opportunity of the year. You will find this a legitimate and a bonified It Is much better to make the selection to huve the chicken or In money saving sale, but you must not delay as the stock is moving fast. Come and duck or whatever It may be drawn In and hear them and have them explained by the factory representative. one's presenci-- . Soiuetlmi-chickens are dry picked Terms to meet your requirement. Sale posltiuely closes July 14th. Immediately after they are killed, and to hasten the cooling Jirocess they nrc nlloweil ti for a time In very cold water In order to remoie the ntil mal heat. This Is objectionable nlo. for a Lexington Street. Lancaster, Kentucky. chicken ooohii in water alisorbs more Is paid for at foisl or less ot it, which price. Tlie akin of such n bird has a white liMit which bus Iiitii as pivrilrry." It has a thick look and Is Im lined to In- - rather shiny. To Discover Onward Things. A properly ilry jdrkisl, air c4K)I(sl The light which we have gained was chicken has n louse, clear looking skin given us. not to be cut staring on. hut There are Mire to be short hairs, which by It to discover onward things more Draw A it Is necessary to remove by singeing, remote from our know lolgi-- . John Sill and the papillae, or ijillll sockets, show ton. plainly. for the moimy you ov-- c and It Is not at all dIUlcilIt to learu to Fill the Pupils' Stomachs. note how much more res home. Ten or fifteen dress puultry at The hungry cilld Is nover n good minutes at the most Is all that Is need Iho pectfully your creditors rc ed to prepare a kok1 slzisl bird for pupil. Ilrnlns will not work until Stupid- cooking, and there Is n gri-a- t deal ot stomach's needs are satisfied. under-- 1 lianl you They like to do satisfaction lit knowing rtnctly what Ity quite as ofteu connn from husitiuss with a mnn who us from luck of brains. nourishment yon have In these days of the high price of New loru Kvening .Man. lins an account at the living and the still higher price of be - more we pay others for do Ing sick tinGarrard Bank & Trust Co. Japanese Have No Beds. money we have for our lug the The Japanese do not slei-- on EuThey know he is doing business in a busiress like way. letter selves. ropean beds, but on many thick, soft open such an account even if your affairs sre not large. Thej other puffs pllcil one on top of will grow all right. upon the floor. l or bi-- covering tncy SUMMER BEAUTY. use moro of the same kind of puffs. &, emperor Could Youth' Bo Garbed Moro Chirm It Is said that the Japanese has 'JO such puffs. One of those which Ingly Than This? u White tussore handsomely llirurisl nuJ covi-- him Is made In tho shape of collar. iut with ii smurt llttlo t In n shad"- kimono and baa n velvet this, If Inside of I'rohably he to harmonize with the predominant s he feels cold In the ulk'ht. s st:-ii- J. L. BEAZLEY & CO. I . Check I , ( 1 d TheG firrard Bank Trust Company r - cn-eji- s Loans. warn The undersigned hereby iug to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful test extent of law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N H I'nce it. L. Elkin H. 0. Arnold. J. C. Uicsby. Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatuin. U-- POSTED ls wmt 1 ! m strung argument against our friend, the pussy cut, ns being by far the most destructive of animals, wild or tame, of (he blrils, nnd every forester tin- birds us the greatest friends . Without the destruction of tho wrought by Hie birds on the Insect enemies of the trees there would bo utter u generation no tree left for tho ItisectK would multiply fearfully uud demolish every growing tree and plant Crlt. - Puscy Cat Indicted. American foresters pres4'iit n wry THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cop! Nil $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. UKNNY. Cashier. A. It DENNY. President' J. E. STOKMKS. Vice I'rrs't, J. 1 !(. 1. JMIiltY. Ass't Cashier. Ctu., r, uSafety Samual Deposit WK Boxes For Rent. K. L. Arnold. C. M. Moberly. S; C. Kigsby. Julia I'arks cash. T. It. Slavin. K. L. Ilarker. It. M. Leur, Sirus Daily. We will add other names for 25 cents FOR IMMEDIATE" SALE In Suberbs of Lancaster. 16 ACRES, FERTILE IMPROVED LAND. This small farm Ilea right at the City Limits, is very fertile, well watered and has dandy small five room dwelling. Possession January 1st. Trice 11.500. Easy payments. D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY before planting if miter penult It to soak In about the roots utid then till the hole with dry earth. Do not tramp after wiilerlni!. With tho soil wet It would be Injurious to compact It more. If not watered the depression should bo tilled with loose the same as though It had betu watered. pluming no. wutei'tug After should ls douo unless very dry weather follows, and even then care must ho exercised not to overdo It till ufter growth starts. Iu watering It is desirable to draw away somo earth from about tho bush, apply tho water aud after It has soaked In draw dry earth about tho plant again. Put the Dollar to Work. When u innnufacturi'r or other producer of real wealth does u profitable business uml turns his profits back Into the business, he gives employment to men uml crvates more mil wealth us he progresses year by year. He iloea more reul good for Ids fcllowmeii than he would If he gavo nil Ida profits In charity, because It la better to make peojile nnd Indejiendeut than It Is to give them something for nothing no matter how worthy the motive may be. First Savings Dank. The first bank orgaulied for tho purpose of sen lug us u sufe place for the savings of small dejiosltors was founded lu liny, 1810, In the little, village of Itothwell, Scotland. Tho earlier institution with u similar purpose almost Invurlably couflned their dcpoelti to the savings of domestic servants aud T1IK LATKHT WOUIC but paying no Inother mouey to tbe or In the figure gives us this beach suit. terest and returning the Tho feature Is the double belt, one members of the association In tbe form buckled luslde the coat revers uud one of annuities after they had reucbed buckled outside, conllnlng them slightly. a certain age. wuge-earncr- SOLICIT YOUIt riUSlNKSS. I). Cochran, Stormes. S. C. Denny, mi Alex It. Denny, J, II. I'o:ey, J. jv, J, I,, dill. Dr. W. M. i:iliott. Directors. rm 'nmiiiaMswrsHiiirMiiTe4isiiii ii'miihh in. The Modern Spirit of spirit which animates all successful business, prevails in the organization of our Federal reserve bunk. We own stock In It. .We keep our reserve cash tn'it. We h.ve u voice in clectinjr Its directors and through them In chooslnj; its management. It Is our bank, and its resources enable, us at all times to meet tho legitimate banking requirements of our community. I OF LANCASTEK. KY. U. F. HUDSON. President. J. j. WALK Kit, Vice W. O. Hioney. Ain't Cuh'r. Job J. Walkm. Jr.. r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Citizens National Bank IW The Central Record, Thursday, July 5, 191 7. TALKING ABOUT THE KAISER MILITARY Ill 4 l'll"'HMIIIIIlilllliiliw i n WHEAT We will be in the market to buy your wheat. We will furnish you the sacks when you wish them. We will meet our competitors in every way. We will store the wheat for you until you wish to sell, and pay you the highest market price or leave you at liberty to sell where you wish. Don't Forget Us. (New York World) 1 "If the Kaiser is a Christian, then How Olu Sorgo and Khskl I am an atheist," said Dr. Cortland An In tho Front Row. Myers, formerly of Ilrooklyn, now pas tor of Tremont Temple, Iloston, in his The chop- - havo blossomed forth with sermon at the opening of the tent Kvan-gat One Hundred ahd Tenth Street military fashion. Just whole they got all the red, wbllo and Amsterdam Avenue yesterday anil blue bedecked garments nobody afternoon. y Of course "If the Kaiser is a Christian," ho knows. easy matter It win a entiip.ir.i-livelfor some energetic, continued, "then that murderous, blond manufacturer to have strip of the thrtu Office at Italney s Livery Stable. red handed Turk Is n Christian. The Kit Ion h' colors Ktltrhcd to a tot of idlk Turks have murdered-a- nd worse a glove or for another to hiie red, white Lancaster. -Kentucky million Christian Armenian, and under ami blue piping added to nil cliiiixt the protection of the Kaiser! If the IbiMioiI batch of organdie neeknear. Kaiser is a Christian, then the savage Hut where did nil the military frisk in the heart of Africa, his hands red and cape mine from? They are here, anyway, ami I hey are with the warm blood of his victims, nnd vory attractive. There are khnkl shirt the devil in hell are Christians." that would bp admirable for the woman M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheels w ho intend to do her part In the fannDoctors Of Denial Surgery. WHY THAT LAME BACK? ing world till summer. They are ilccn-rate- d wllh shield anil other Insignia in Offlce ; Stormes BiilMlnjoiei Mini A Ande. That morning lameness those sharp the national eolors on tho mckct. on'i urijllnre tHore. pains when bending or lifting, make There are alt tort a of cape with a miliLANCASTER, KENTUCKY; work a burden and rest impossible. tary look. Some of them are braided; mine lire trimmed generously with bras Don't be handicapped by a bad back look to your kidneys. You will make billion. There are blue serge frock no mistake by following this Lancaster that almost set one cheering, ILcy so sii?gest a military lwraile. And so It STYLES. CARD S.J D. Or. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. resiilent'a example, Hervey 1917 -- & Woods 1917 Paint Lick, Kentucky. ANNOUNCEMENT- Chris Hutchinson, carpenter, Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, says; "My kidneys were In hail shape and I had a constant pain over my right kidney. As my work calls for a great deal of stooping, my back achedseveroly. My kidneys Were too frequent in nction at times and then again sluggish. The kiJney secretions contained pediment. Is Kidnev Pills, from Stcrmes' Drug Store, soon rid me of the backaches and regulated the action of my 1 kidneys. am glad to recommend Doan'j Kidney Pills, for I know they are a good kidney medicine." LOWKLL Foster-Milbur- n U0e, at all dealers. Mr J. N Hicks made a business trip Co., Mlgrs., IlulTalo. N. Y. We all remember that when tho world war begun Paris launched a few military style. They were accepted at first with enthusiasm, but later on other styles MipcrKcded them. Per-Imp- s with nil the world at war Paris e.in llml permanent uso for military Inspiration In women's fashion. Next August, 'vheu the opening that Paris ha so punctiliously kept up ever since that fateful August of 101 1 occur apiln, wo may know. gie. . The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes G. C. COX, for Men and Boys. Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. Manse,Ky UTILITY COAT. For Real Service Buy a Coat Soms-thin- a Llko This. Unlit of glugemiup brown H I M iiIivil of serge, sn nattily trimmed Willi Kiitcd phiid. collar, cuff and J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Itcsidcnce Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTHII, KY. OF - SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successor to Hughe OF - & Kuinehroad LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE SXPERIENCE AND LAIN'D OF NOW" EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. references for "fair dialing." Our record fur the pint right tars show sates if more than 13,50 acres of land, besides a large amount of town and city properly and stock. of mern done to chandise, amounting t more than $1,.1.V,II0.W ami thin business the entire satisfaction of more than RK) clients and customers and they are my I - farm land, city property, dwellings lata or busincis proerty, merchandise or any real estate proosition, I solicit your business, believing I can handle it to jour entire satisfaction. I now have on hand a Msl your farm or other, property with me now. long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your property may lie just what I am looking for. To the one who wants tn invest, I solicit your patronage as I know values and know that when you close n deal through me you will get "value received" for your money. I have on hand for sale at all times a Large Number of Farms. Dwellings CltV l'roperty not in the advertised list, as my list of properly is constantly chancing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new properties and some of Force of Habit. my best promrties are not advertised at the request of the owners. Friend "I will return jour pleasant of Car rani County, write mo and I will tell you call." Young Author (absently) "Hut If you are a all about our County, its fertilo soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, I have gUcii you no postage I" Puck. schools and churches, of Lancaster and its business, its people and its growth. The following Is just a few of the properties 1 havo on hand for salo now FA It MS. From my I'Xiwrirnce in tli? business to advertise. To the one who has property to sell know how, whi'ti, where and what to Crab Orchard. Thursday. Missex Ma and, Cora llurte began BE CANNY their school at Manse July 'Jnd. Home preparedness -- cans loaded with W. II. Sadler and daughter, Anna, food. motored to Richmond Saturday for the That rubber ring you put on a day.TtttJ jar helps you to stretch your Dr. Nelson Maya of Richmond, was income. mingling with fiiendslu this community The awful Uestion "Vhat shall I last week. have for dinner?" is easily answered if Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Boyle sent Sunjour shelves are full of home canned day in Lancaster the guests of ' Mrs. products. Ocie Sisk. Can't eat em m summer? Notcnoueli Mr. I'alph Meadows of Lancaster in winter. Home canning is the answer. spent several days the past week with u put a lid on waste every time his brother. you seal a preserving jar. Canned berries arc bird proof. Misses Ethel Davis and Ixiw Kuhlman Frost doesn't nip canned vegetables. were the puests of Mrs. J. II. Davis Canned green peas and yellow peachTuesday night. Mrs. Joe lloain and children returned es tight the blues. Sec that your garden produces dry home Thursday after a weeks visit witl beans, cabbage, potatoes androotcrops her sister at Schiois. Ky. that can be kept without canning. Mcsdames Lizzie Moody W. II, Sadler nd Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Ilrandenburg Conservation of Worry. sient Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John "Does jour husband worry ubout Wheeler. the grocery hill!" "No; he says Miss Kureka McCuire who has been there's no sense In both himself nnd the pleasant guest of herrousins. Miss the grocer worrying over tho same es Glatha and Luna Auglin, returned to bills." her home in Richmond last week Mrs. Jim l.ee was hostess "atdinner" MA11KS1JUKY Sunday for the following guests; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. V. Church meeting Saturday. The mem O. Peyton, Mr. John Tudor and family bers are especially invited. Mrs. S. P. Davis. Mrs. Lena llrown and Mr. Foster Smith ot Crab Orchard. son, and Miss L'mnia Kinnaird, Mr. Klmer llrown, who enlisted in is with hi sister, Mrs. Frank Higgins. tho Navy a few weeks ago was called Mies Eugenia Pollard was hostess at to Lexington the 19th. and sentimmed dinner to u few of her friend last lately from there to Newport, It. L Wednesday. for training. His many friends here Miss Matilda Ison. who has been here regretted very much to give him up. John M. Casey, D. V. Jl. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati College. DANVILLE. Veterinary KENTUCKY. : M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker. Veterinary I Surgeon. Calls answered promptly, day or , night. Phone 304. Kentucky. Lancaster, with relatives about four months, turned Monday. re- IE. EDWARDS, oooii M.D A about A farm of M acres, 100 acres of clilf and A fertilo farm of 1I partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with grazing liind thrown in. acres with splendid improvements, land lies well FAMILY V, and is on pike, A small farm of ' acres, with ! room house, good orchard, well located, on pike, closo to school and churches, or 10 acres with large barn adjoining can be added, making 35 acres, rossestion at once. A small farm of 1:1 acres, HJ miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwelling and new barn, good land lies .veil. A farm of 00 acres, on pike 21 miles from town, land rolling, very fertile, mostly in gras, large tobacco barn I room house. A farm of HIJ acres, extra tobacco and hemp laud, rolling, 12 large barns, splendid dwelling, land well fenced uiul well watered tenant house and other out buildings. A farm of 1MJ acres of rich land, part level and part rolling, line dwelling of 8 rooms, halls, cellar etc, 2 acre orchard, "J miles from town on pike. This one a bargain. 50 acres of very lertilo land on pike 1 mile from town, good dwelling and, fine orchard and the land priced right. large barn and other A farm of 128 acres, 1 miles from town, on pike, lar.d partly rolling splendid Improvements. A farm of HO acres of fine land well imptuved, on pike accessible to market of three county seats, land lies Well. h mile from pike, with good Improv-incut- s. A small frm of IK acres, CITY PKOPEUTY: New modern dwelling of 8 rooms, 2 halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern Improvements, furnace healed, electric lights, water works, small modern barn and I acres of land. A dwelling of 11 rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. A number of other dwellings and building lots. For further particulars and prices Inquire of h Her Mother's Home, Says This Georgia Lady, Regarding Relief From Head-ach- e, Malaria, Chills, Etc. Black-Draug- Mrs. Chris. Gaston, ninggold, Ga. of this placo, writes: "I am a user Jn fact. of Thodford's It was ono of our family medicines. AUo In my mother's home, wheu I was a child. 'When nuy of us children complained of headache, usually caused Ly constipation, sho garo us which would n dose of Often In tho rectify tho trouble Spring, vo would havo malaria and chills, or troubles of this klml, wo pretty regwould tako ular until tho Hvcr acted well, and wo would soon bo up and around again. Wo would not bo without It. for It cortatnly baa saved us lots of Black-DraughBlack-Draughniaclc-Draugl- doctor SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE NAN. ' Lancaster. .Kentucky. lot of days in bed." haa been Tncdford's In usa for many years In tho treatHvcr nnd bowel ment of ttomacli, trebles, and tho popularity which It now enjoys Is proof of Its merit. If your liver Is not doing Its duty, you will suffer from such disagreeable symptoms as headache, bilious-cesconstipation. Indigestion, etc., nnd unless eomethloc is done, serious (rouble may result. has been Thcdford's found a valuable remody for these troubles. It U purely vegetable, and cts In a prompt and natural way, regulating tho liver to Its proper functions atd cleanslDg the boweds ot tmpurlUes. Try It. Insist on the original and genuine. B 78 Black-DraugBlack-Draug- bills. Just a doso of Black-Draugwhen not so well naves a Thed-ford'- s, Frocks of Colortd Linen. This Agreement Witnesseth; That I'roeks of eoloied handkerchief liu-i- i, elaborately rim wild hand tut king nnd in order to protect the game on our plulta with panel of lllltt hue, at tine I lands for a period of three years we djed In Keif coloring, are being wirn bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor by tutiat t women at Tnlm It 'a h. permit anybody else to do so. and we White batlsto l. elaborately oniriineit-rdiliwith miulaehc embroidery, wild me- further agree to prosecute with dallions of ecru lare fnrming the iUhi gence ull persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our bond r oil skirt or sectional panel. White nnd colored organdie dre i - lands for the purpose of hunting. And me 1 1 tin meet wllh biilidliiga of ort;au lie we further agree to act as Deputy embroidered the suiue lulroduicd fn I Game Wardens for the purpose of cartho ItiiHvimt blouse or stirpiUe dra' ed rying out this agreement. Except each w.ilst. In chemise dro-se- x of oysfer ' of us have the right to kill rabbits or) white Illicit crush the full L'ligtd pa-iour ."anna or permit it to be clone by jf iipplliUi embroidery, deep sailor i supervision, or the and ciilT-- i are the dilltigulshhu another under our Mrs. Mamie Kuhnlein of Kansas City features, llroad bells of white, tan c.t supervision of some responsible und will return homo Saturday after spendreliable person selec'ed by us. tr.iy suede usually coutiiio tho wnlst ing several weeks with her grandmoth This November 15th. 1915. j er, Mrs. Icie Kemper. Ons Chic Design. IE. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, A Mr. and Mrs. II.. K. Swopo left Mon ilmruihig llllle Milliliter f roi k c ' W. II. llrown, M. Farru, r. f chiffon voile IhuisIh mi upru Jno. day to make an indefinite stay with l"r Alex Walker, e, i!e material nlmoit covered wlt'u W. II. Uurton. their children, Mr. John Swopo, of T. A. Elkin, en i.itlciiallzcd pausles in ri'su to'ir Hasclden llros., Danville, and Mrs. Wllford Dye and F. M. Tinder, V.v deep Land of embroidery Hin 'J. II. Dalton. Mrs. Geo. Lucas of Casey Co. Logan Hubble, Isl.i tint sklit, ami the bodice and John II. Smith, Misses Annie Itlanks, Pearl and Vir- - tlc ves tire trimmed with It. Such u J. N. Hojs, G. M. Deshon, gle Hogg, while returning from church frui-- could bo reproduced very II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, Sunday, had the misfortune to bo by tho homo feamstress, ut'.d Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, n thrown from the buggy when the horse It H delightfully pretty and bummer-IW. M. Mahan, Withers llros. I lie sheer, soft voile. stumbled and fell. The young ladies William, Marcus and Jim White. were considerably bruised and their U. F. Wilmot, J. 1). Pope, Rest and Stoop. clothing torn. Mrs. David Chenault. Fred J. Conn, Wc can rest our bodied mid our mua Mrs. Fanny Pollard who had two los by lying down aud telaxlng, but J, W. Elmore, W. It. Cook, white plates taken thru mistake front, our brulnii must havo sleep for perfect T. C. Itankln, Hulfman llros, Win. G. Anderson. the supper will be glad to have them rct. 'bo long as wo nro awako tho Sam Cotton, W. 11. Moss returned. There are a number ot other bruin will bo ucttva to a greater or less T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White, articles used at the supper that are degree, and It Is only sleep that will It. E. Henry. Uright Herring. till at Mason school house. Those de- rcttoro tho bruin cells. Keep this in A. 1). liradshaw, siring to get idem will find the key at mind and see to It that your brain Scott Huffman It. L. Darker. the benefit of eight hours sleep each Mr. it. S. Clark's. Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. v Mr. and Mrs. Morten Pollard enter tained a number uf friends at a good dinner, Sunday. Hob Ka'nkins delivered a lot of lambs last week to V. A. Lear for lfc, average weight SO lbs. Tlie Ladies Working Society wil' meet with Mrs. Kelly Hogg next Wednesday at 2 o'clock. .V.iss Ann Higgins of Paint Lick, spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. John Swopo of Danville have returned after a visit to his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Swope. Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Clarl; were hosts at dinner Sunday, in honor of her guest Mrs. Kuhnlein of Kansas City Mo. The pastor. Key. Ford of Pleasant Grove church, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Coins, Saturday and Sunday. urj4. Phone 365-- kangaroo pocket lids. Please uu: thtt fan of brown feather that gic the front piece of the smart kuo"kalout hat. BUCKEYE, KY. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. bl olsbt. fhe Central Record, Thursday, July 5, 1917. f 5 - - JF" O m JSL .lH 1 m H H m H H jV L 1 1 1 H V 1 H H 1 Fellow Democrats, I am a candidate for Coroner and seek your support at the August Primary. I assure you anything you may do toward winning the nomination for me will be appreciated. jjgl R.B. WILKINSON Jgj I r in,rmr rAniflUK 3 new iikcui I UUMJfllfl I s tfpaee below thle heading for ihu elclu for of our tarmr ruhicrlbera. and o! atock, giaiti and audi llnne on (arm aa tb farmer citunut alTord to adver. t!ae. Xu notice will Imj accerted oyer lour llnva. and will beoulytn 'wn li.uee ol the tcosn, free of eli&rlr l ite uao to eale FOK SALK:-and harness. A dipping tank, cart Mrs. C. A. ltobinson. For Sale Two (food 'I horee wagons, will sell cheap, if taken nt once. FOR .SALE; Two Duroc Jersey, registered hour, also fresh mill: cow. Phono 3S3-li. F. Robinson. Reports are current that through spy sources, apparently working in New Both Cost Too Much. York information was reaching (lermany When It comes to price, you can't tell of the departure ot nil kinds of ships iiece.sMly from u luxury. Memphis and cargoes suiting from American iiiuierclal Appeal. ports. Win. M. UfHey, local head of the Department of Justice's investiga An Accommodating Hostess. tion, has gone to Washington for a con Louise was to have her first birthday his superiors there. party. The sureta bad not arrived and ference with her mother was Instructing Louise how she must be pleasant and sweet to her little guests, and mi make them lmvu MOONLIGHT SCHOOL TO n good time. When her mother hud Louise said: "If they knock me BE ESTABLISHED HERE. down, I'll grin." Education of the men registered in Garrard county and Lancaster under the military conscription act who cannot reud or write, as evidenced by the fact that they made their mark luitead of signing wtten they were registered, is the object of a movement started by Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart, who has Miss Jennie Iliggins, county superintendent of schools, and Mrs Robert Elkin, n committee to take up MANSE. the matter and report the names of illiterates. Mts A. T. Rowling hud the misforAfter Mrs Stewart has received the tune to fall ana sprain her ankle, names, volunteers will be asked to de Mr. und Mrs. Reynolds spent Sunday vote such time as they and tho men with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Marshbaiiks. can spurn to teaching the men to read Mr. Carl Conn spent the pnst week and write. Hooks for this purpose will in Lancaster and Daiiville with relatives be supplied, tho series of which Mrs. Mr. Jim Howling of Ohio was the i Stewart is thu nuthor being most likelv guest of his patents, Mr, and Mrs. A. to be used us it text book. The third render of this series has been issued by T. Howling last.wtek. Mrs Chas Ilumley u:id little daugh- - the publishers and like tho others it is tel a were the guests of tier sister, Mrs. full of frets, which the student ubsorbs while he is learning to read and write. II D, Creech lutt week, These facts include the rudiments of Mr. (. li. Robinson and famil) and civil government, taxation und other Mr and Mrs. Campbell of Cottonburg, subjects which ought to be of common apent Sunduy with Mr, und Mrs. W. 11. knowledge, but in which many adult Mays. persons lind themselves'deflcient. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kellv und son, Frankfort haj the honor of having und Miss Oteliu Reigiiiing of In'Jiaiiu, the (list of these schools. Lancaster guests of Mr. and Mrs. nnd Gurrurd hopes to do her bit. Those wele week-enII. 1). Creech interested will please call ut the Record Miss Eunice Conn uf Richmond and olllce. s Misses Willie Mae und Ruth were; guests of little Miss Willie To Make Screw Hold. (juinea Anderson on Saturday. When acrewa nru driven Into u plasMessrs Edgar Creech, Woodson Row- ter wall they may bo made firm enough ling und Robert Anderson spent Satur- to bold considerable weight If tbey day night and Sunday with Mr and ba withdrawn, wrapped with cotton Mrs. Floyd McCarty of Danville. string und dipped Into plaster of purls Mr. Edd Hester'and Miss Ollie lljll until sulliclent udhcres to till tho bolo surprised their friends by being united lu tho viull und to permit home ot It to bo forced behind the plnster. ThU in marriage at tjhe home of Rev. latter forms a plug that holds the Their many frlenu wish their wrew Orm. a long and happy life. I Marsh-bank- The handsome little eon that arrived at tlie iiumo of Jones L. Anderson lias been named "Ugel J. H. Anderson". GERMAN SPIES AT WORK It' Not So Difficult Some women are ery vhreuil. In- deed. They can tell a lie the minute tbey hear one. Had Something on George. got It nil over Ocorge Washington In one thing," Harold told his playmate. "How's that)" he "was asked. "Well, bo couldn't tell u lie und i? i "l'e ( W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director anil - ' I cati." Embalmer. Kentucky. Developing l. may be developed In FOR SALE: Two nice young red precisely the same lannncr us we tone cows. Good milkers. J. W. Elmore. up n weak muscle by little Pierdsei dny by day. Let us each day do, as FOR SALE An extra good Herford mere exercises of discipline In moral bull, one year old. Jack llourne. gymnastics, u few nets that are disagreeable to us, the doing of which FOR SALE-- A good Poland Angus will help us In Instant uctlou In our bull, ready for service. Kirby Teater. hour of need. W. G. Jordan. r. The Art of Kissing. Don't kiss all oer, nx grasshoppers Olllce Phone 18. walk. Don't Kit down to It. Stand up. You needn't be nnxlnus to get Into a crowd. Two Hereon tire nlentv to corner nnd entih u kin. Stand firm. ' It won't hurt you after jou're used to, .kfrarHCXB aasaut IJont be In it hurry. 1'iovldciice will give you strength for the ordeal. Toke good aim tho llp meet, this eyns close, the heart opens, heaven Itself Kuimrt ol' tho Comlltlnn opens before you., nnd the art of kissing Is learned. Eiihunge. Residence Phone 3:). . livKraBBTMCicueanrarCi Iti'liorl nl' thu Condition "F 11 IK Heport nl the Condition OFT1IK For Sale; 50 Drown Leghorn hens, one year old at $1 each. Aim. Fred J. Conn, Route 1, Lancaster Ky. Peoples Bank Co loins bii.lnri. nt the loon ol I'nlnl l.lck, riinutr of liarrnnt. jjute of Krulurkgr, At Tut (:loi: nr lit aisr.n ot iiir Hank or linantsvillo Garrard Bank & Trust dolus bH.lno. at iowii of llriaulollle, Couuly otilarrard.Hlale of Kentucky, AT PREACHERSrILLE Theru will be preaching at the Meth- Bunk doing boalne.e nt Lauruatcr County of (larrnrd. Mt nt Kentucky. AT HIK CI.IHK Of M'MNKH.S OM THK Till: CI.OSK OV IIUHINKSS ON Till'. 20th day of June. 1017. 20th day of June 1017 itUMH'iiar.ii. lliii'ounU . ... I 7i s.lvi k overdraft, aecureil aud unsecured nt Due from Dank. inn 3i f'a.tinti hand li.r.i si l.vi llauk! lluii.e, iik t'urnltiirvaiid 3,0i 00 lUtnrr. (,l"l IU 20th. tiny of .June 1917. KKSOl'IICKK. odist church Sunday. A fine son has just arrived ut the home of Menefee Elmore, Mrs. Lucy Williums visited her parents, Mr. unci Mrs. W. II. Cummins. 11, 1. lilunkenshlp and wife, of near Crab Orchard, were here first of the week Mr. Frark Rlgiby of Sonoifu Arizona is with friends and relatives livre for awhile. Mr. Joe Cress has been substituting for Mr Levi Elder us carrierout uf Crab Jjiau. aii'l liUcoaiiij. ... .... HUD frutil lUltl . . .. Ciuli on liaml l t:lii-vknadoltivrcA.il IMiiklUK HMiv, I urniiurumiil fixture. Otticr .lutein nut lududvil nnilcr , atijrot HiKjw uvtf.it Toul ...m Caplul hiiick 1'uM In, hi hureiu. riuia.... i'U-- I'.'.'.TM. Si.lMUi ,Tw i i .. U.n.mMl IH.fDUiiU siKtiuut-cirvuiwrrlr&fl'..evuri-iiiiotruin lank. (lu.li mi bum) lunkhif lioiue. furniture slid oilier not iiic.iidvii iiiKivr muv nt abiiw lieHil.. Liberty 1SUJI W IrfluUNatiil 13.ue IU.VIK) risturrs ... ui VI a.i't. tJ.'v.uis Iuii iald for. U'.i0 !IM).Kl7 Ul II) Tfilal MAIUUTIKH, Ca;jllal HlueL aid III, lu caili rlurldlla r'lind. I'mllt Idrd I'rnil la. It a. I M.Hi 71 i.i.i!ii.nn:rf. Tuljl 1 ... i.iniiiv rruiu. le.t vxiirlitfii lul tuxi. UJlIlt 'iui.lt Mlt.loct luchrok f ItU.H'JS KS . uli. M.wo to 1'I.UUU IV lid i.iAiin.iriKM llS.lkHI 10 I.C3I J.ll? Orchmd. Mr F. F. Ulankenship and fumily of near Walnut Flat visited homefolks Ui'rtiiiru Luecsv I'nn.ld lllll.ku.il Oilier I.UWIlllr. not luutudt'it ilvr luiu lt'u)U 7 u; uj surcitiitu iivBd un- la', M. Cress and family have been spending teveral djys in Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J, Georgetown. Rev. Mahan filled his regular appointment at the Uaptiit church lust . Saturday and' Sunday. - Mr. J. T, Itigsby, wife and ptetty little daughter. Let tie Verne, visited ttio humefolks, Sunday, Tutsi Bum ot Kentucky, lliutitir ot (i.rr.rd.Bci. W.lt. K. !rl:iUll. .U.I J. W. Kliuora I'rril. dent and Cft.Uler of Ibe aliovu uiuicd llauk ilu wilelnuly .ttutr Hint the Hlmve tuteineut hi our sniwiixe aua iwiidi, u true to ins U.K. McltuUiU.rrt.ldeut. rlmorc,Ci.blt;r. J. Sub.orlU'l uil oru to before uiollittPiib day ot Jiinv 1017 Will H. lloirr, Noliry i'ubllr. My coiniulf V,.,UIV) unit ln iall na,7Ji ji l)e.o.liiiubJri'tlicbrcktlu3,:rs w 1UUI TlMetirpo.lt. Including ....... ft I'n.Ul inivlnc l.Wl 81 Due llauk. and Trim Oouiuaiiles.. t JH.i'H M ... Total ' II HJ i;l.lll hlock ild In. Murplu. KiiiiU I'ltMI... Ill cs.b. . I I.WJ1X) I.'.ukj CO 1 Tluie lait. DrjltubM'itucbick a and paid Ui'.uiln..,.... l.Inf.'j f.i dr 3;i 1 IU Other I.Ublllilia nol Idcludrdun- ler anyol al.oio biada lii.uy i c.au ui ui.m 7.31 Jino.fk'7 an 1 Total. Of UKNTUCKV.ia CUUStV OK(lAliltAIIIlgcT- We, C. :. tlecker, I'realdeut and J. IS, Wit. llama. Liablerof Ibe atKiiu uamtd Bank do aolrinulyaHiar lliat Ibe abut l la true lu the beat of our knonlnlge aud belief. U.tMlecker, I'realdeut, J.U, WiLtum, t'uiblir. Hubarrlbed and aworu tu before Die tlila umh day of Julie tsir, J. llugnu llallard, Notary 1'ublle. UyComuilaaiouesilrea fel It, iwo. BTATK 40 luuesilr. fubrusrr Is, Hl. DUIVTOKSI Mam ot KruliK-krCuilulj q Garrard, tel We, K. I.. Woodi. ami K. O.Wooda. 1'lt.i. dent and Caiblrr ot Ibe abota named Hank, do aoleuilily anear lliat the abotat itatv menl llrue to Ibe bell of our kuowtedne and K. L. WOOI'S, rreildtut. belief. II. (1. WOODS. Caiblrr. Subscribed and aworn lo before rue Itili 3rd day of , r.B. Msrkiburr, J. K.Uubluou, W. It. Coo Hjr Diarcjoal: Ular lllekrinan. Nolarr fubllc NoahMaraee, Jr. II. I', t'ommli.lou Kiplrta Keb.y mts. Julr lII. hoi. K.K.Hwoe