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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 19, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917071901_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 19, 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. N THE CENTRAL RECORD. pDE 4 TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 19. 1917. ELIGIBLE LIST For Draft On Display At Court House. NUMBER 16. 3F1E Special Prices For Ten Days on Buggies, Wagons, ETC. The local registration board have completed the entire registration list of Garrard county.numb'ring them ser ially from 1 to aw and from these nu.nhers the draft list will be made up, hveryone regitered should examine The Library will lie open every this list and gpt ids own number, so Thursday afternoon from four o'clock when the drawing takj place he car readily aee if his number is drawn, until five o'clock. The drawing will probably take place FOUND; A Cameo pin, several weeks the lust of this weils or early next Ko. Owner can have lam by calling week, on Harry I). Elmore. uarrard cuunty will be reiulred to furnish lot ihen for this new army to President Wilroi has signed person. be raised by 'he selective draft. This ally a warrant asking for the extradit fact was made known ytaterday ion of Cocchl, confessed slayer of Ituth through the agency of tho State De Cruger In New York. psrtment authorities at Frankfort. TLe War Department tlili nppropria tin $610,006,000 for construction of 22, 000 airplanes was passed by the House It was amended without a rollcall. only in minor details. We sell the STUDEBAKER AND -- Iloyle'county's quota is 01, while Lin coin county will have to furnish 127. ALL OLD HJCKOEY PERSONS Conn riirr IE 3G a Kin i Brothers. ft ntr vru tc i -II Must Sign Affidavit Now To Get Liquor We hope the womcnof Lancaster will By Express. show thpir Interest In the conservation of food by attending tho practical dem Ui.dflr n recent ruling of the Adams onstration of canning given by Miss. Express Company persons receiving Worthington next Tuesday the 21th, shipments of intoxicating liquors at 13 11 iringy COLLAR. H0GAN BALLARD WEARS NO HANS MARES Everyone should help in the I ted Cross work, whether they belong to the or Conization or not. Mm. John Stormes has charge of the knitting of wash You can get cloths of tidy cotton. cotton and directions from her and do Call up Mrs. the knitting at home. Terrili and get shirts to make. his instruct In making public ions to District Attorneys to prosecute under the Heed amendment all persons transporting, by common carrier, on their person or otherwise, beverage in- POSITION CLEAR AND CALLS i A SPAi)E Of His Has Long Been fee Of The Trusted And Popolir Leaders toxicants into "dry" States. Attorney General Gregory also announced that n A SPADE, test case would be selected to determine the applicability of the law to shipIn local In The ments into "dry" localities Parly option States, County, Issues Statement Making His Position Plain Upon The Temperance Issie And Shows Up The Poli'ical Tactics Aid Plans Of Some Folks Who The Patty Tn the voters of Garrard Count v: Some who are opposing my candidacy Are In Trying To Disrupt Kentucky. re for the Legislature ports in some portions of the county in which not well acquainted with the people, rcllecting uKin mykinceritv as temperance democrat. I am, always have been and shall con tinueto be. a democrat and a prohibit ioniit. I see no reason why a man can not be both, Just as consistently as democrat and a llaptist or Methodist, 1 hope to represent Garrard County in the next General Assembly and if sent by my party to that honorable body, I lhall Immediately introduce bill whereby the aense of the voters nay be taken upon an amendment to the constitution of Kentucky providing for the absolute prohibition of the man. Ufacture and sale of alcholic liquors, on amendment without any proviso or joker designed to keep the question llve in Kentucky politics after it has been settled and settled right by making Kentucky a bone-drstate I shall oppose any provision by which people can get their jug" or quarts out of the ... ... .. t i .tale ai ler mc inuuuiaciufc nun bbio been prohibited in the Hate, and I hall never agree that the peoples' hard earned morwy iliall be taken out of their pockets to compensate the loss which distillers or may sustuiti by their inability to longer I I li rt .nll I .hall aHf next Introduce a bill forbidding the shipping of ulchollc liquors from a wet county Into a dry one in order that the counties which have voted dry may be dry even before tho adoption of this amendment. These bills will express the fixed conviction of a time, I have ulwaja been dry. I supported the Honorable J, C. W. Beckham most loyally when a candidate for the Senate, am his friend and admirer und feU a keen personal regret when he took tho stumii witli Judge Ed. O'ltear. In the event I am permitted to Introduce these bills 1 shall not consult the Governor, Dr. Alexander or anybody vise except the intelligent constituency I represent, as to what they shall contain or liuw they shall be drawn. If the people of this county can not l! ml u man with intelligence or integrity enough to do their bidding, without having u delegation from adjoining counties ccme over here and itart a political kindergarten for the benefit of the people who in times past have elected and not imported their representatives, then this county ougnt To save money by sending a legislative proxy to these gentlemen who come here from abroad to make slates and to give ItWHUVH""- CblVl in.tMiiti nn. in I .leem it mv duty to the party and y to myself alike, to advise the of Garrard County that there It now a well organiied conspiracy designed to split the party, foment d i L demo-cra;- cord In the neJ General Assembly und detest certnin candidates not because they aro wet or dry, but because they are loyal democrats. A, short time ago Dr. A. J. A. Alexander accompanied by Senator W. A. Frost of Graves County and itodinan Kcenon of Mercer, President Wilson issued a proclamat made an unostentatious journey to ion prohibition German insurance com Garrard County and Hodman Keenon panies from doing further buisness in held quite a lengthy interview with me, marine or war risk insurance in the and 1 understand I am not the only United States and forbidding Ameri candidate who was thus approached, can, insurance companies from reinsurI quote his words as I recollect therm-Af- ter ing with them. The proclamtion consome preliminary remarks about tains Hie first official acknowledgment my race he said to me;. "If you will that valuable information may be gat line up with out friends to organize ting to Germany through 'Csrman in the next house and vote for our candi- surance companies. date for Speaker and help carry out our program we will get behind you. I PROTRACTED MEETING. understand it takes money to handle politics in this county, don't It? I A protracted meeting of unusual incould probably be of some assistance terest will begin at the Pleasant Grove In this way to you through Dr. church, the last Saturday in July, who is head of the Democratic which is on the 2Sth. Rev. Pervis, of Forward League in Kentucky," Crab Orchard will conduct the meeting. I assured Mr. Keenon in substance that when I got ready to betray the DIESJR0M OPERATION. Democratic Party and a democratic organization for ao many pieces of sil Drown Anderson, of Nicholasville, died in a Lexington hospital Tuesday ver. I would call on him for the coin. Dr. Alexander lias always been re. after an operation for gallstones. Mr. gatded as an estimable citizen and a Anderson was well known here where gentleman of higli ideals. He claims he has often played with the bands he is not trying to undermine a demo during the fairs, as lie was a cornetist cratic administration und I do not ques of ability. I tion his veracity or his motives. would respectfully suggest however, MASS MEETING. ' that like old dog Tray, he is in mighty There will be n Ked Cross mass meetbad comptftiv and" if he don't look sharp his (at money nags will be put to pur ing next Monday afternoon at the court home. It is urged and earnestly re poses that don I smell good. quested that everyone interested in this I may be, I shall never However poor movement be on hand at this meeting betray the people in order to represent when final arrangements will be made them, or agree in udvunce to wear the to canvass the county and complete the collar of an itinerant coterie of insur- fund which was started several weeks gents who propose to contrul candidates ago, by secretly financing their campaigns. I have ni,'Ver failed to support a demo PEACHES AND CREAM. cratic administration und 1 Bhall do all I can to see that this one is succeeded This cilice is deeply grateful to Missby democrats and that the stnte is sav es Dorsey Lee Henry and Mary d ed from republican rule. for a basket of the most delightThere are but two parties in Ken ful eaclies it haayvcr been our good However sweet the tucky the democratic nartv and the fottune to eat. republican party. Whoever is not Pitches were, they were not half so with the democratic organization is sweet as the dear little girls who were enougn to inmK or us in mis tune against It. A secret und seditious high cost of living. Boeiation whose admitted purpose is to! obstruct and discredit a democratic governor is and can be nothing more FARMS SELL WELL. or less than a republican Aid Society, The farms advertised in last weeks I challenge its right to mask its sinisknown as tho Dr John Owsley ter purpose behind the white and stain- issue, and George Evans farms, were sold by of temperance and pro. less banners United Itealtv Company, Tuesday hibition. These gentlemen do infinite- the at prices said to have been satisfactory ly more hurt to that cause than to tht The entire 600 hun- .i- - ....... t t. .n -- t, ... .. i.i to all concerned. .i ........... rt Alex-ande- r, I IJow-lan- A great artillery program for the war against Germany will be provided for in the coming three billion dollar gen- delicienc appropriation bill to be con sidered r.extweek by the House Appro EMERGENCY." priations Committee. Of the total, approximately two billions are to he asked to provide for big gun!, amunition and Lancaster Unit Woaan's Council National equipment for use in the event of anDefense Organized Friday. other call for men in addition to those to be drafted this summer. Miss Tommie Francis, Chairman. local option points in Kentucky must hereafter make an affidavit before a Justice of the Peace or Notary Public that they are of legal age; that the said liquor is for personal use, and is nut to be used in violation of the laws of the State of Kentucky, and further that they do not hold a Federal license for the sale of liquors. In addition to the affidavit the person to whom the liquor is consigned must sign a record book provided and kept by the express company as required by law, which is open to inspection of city, county, and ts State officers. The regulation also the shipment of booze other than beer in pint or half-pibottles. The agents nre required to preserve the affidavits.This ruling should make the enforce ment of the local option laws some easier as bootleggers who sign such an affidavit and are afterward caught selling liquor may be prosecuted for perjury, which is a penitentiary offense. A full line of Hand Made Wagon Harness. Wagons HASELDEN BROS. Kentucky si Lancaster, ! I ' take another because they say it is as good as WHY CLEN LILYMil I Inn fill-- 1 MIU p - i 3 ' In answer to an emergency call from the United States Government a Lancaster Unit of the Kentucky Branch of a National Cduncil of Defense has been formed with Miss Tommie Frances as Chairman. The object of this is to gather all tho womenof thecommuni'y. thru the churches anq mner ! Worn- tlons, and secure a register C en willing to band together. ready tor any crisis that may Pe brought about by the war. The first request from President Wilson Is to supply Mr. Hoover, head of the focd administration, a registered list of all Garrard county women willing to stand by the government in the matter of food conservation and to have their names in Washington at an early date. It is proposed to enlist all women in a card promising to carry out instructions. And these instructions will not be onetous. The Idea is not to limit the meal to a war ration, but to use Intelligence. It is the staples that need to be conserved staples like wheat, which may be sent abroad. Eat less white bread, for instance. It would be l. no hardship to make more use of Flour refined to a degree where much of its nutriment is driven out of it is not nearly as wholesome as corn. There are ways almost without number for utilizing meal, frou. the humble pone of the South-t- o the delicious iruf-fi- n that many cooks can make and that all ought to learn how to make. As However, this is n divergence. the movement grows, every womar will readily grasp the Idea back of fowl conservation. It is to preserve the staples for shipment abroad to feed the armies in the field in order that the war may be won. Eat green vegetables. Eat everything that is coming into the farmers' markets. sufficiently, but do not waste anything. And by all means cut down on white bread and Hour. No better Chairman for this impor tant branch of work could have been chosen than Miss Tommie Frances. She is not only capable and energetic but conscientious and patriotic and willing to do her bit in tills way. Each organization and individual should help) her in every wayrossible. corn-mea-- 5 That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is $ the best. The only unbleached, unblended jj flour that you can buy in central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. VIII I Ul u Co. r5" Buggies, Wagons, Harness. I have a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buying. Et ucmuw.ut -- except from the unpurchaseable demo-- i .1 cracy of the good county of Garrard, and if elected, shall labor in season and out of season for tb cause of temperance and of democracy. . ? ,' acre, the bvans nome pace was pur chased b Mr John Cress, the Owsley farm going to Messrs John and Sam Uaughman. The United Ileal ty Is advertising ao other farm near Moreland, J, Hogan Ballard. Kt; that sella on July 27th. ,.!., .!.. tin . Deposit yorr wheat with us for flour. We handle only the best first patent flour and it is guaranteed to please you Hudson, Hughes and or money back. Farnau. LOST: Uetween Hiattiville and Lar of Lancaster, a small gold ladies wrist watch, with bracelet. Iteward to finder if left at this office. cister or on the itreeta W. J. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, July 19 1917. BACK BAD TODAY? anil Uackache Is usually kidney-ach- e makes vou dull, nervous and tired. Use Doan's Kidney Pills for weak kidneys by your the remedy recommended friends and neighbors. J. II. Oalton, farmer, Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, says; "A year or two crops at ago, I had trouble with my kidneys. Mv back ached and was sore and lame. My kidneys were Irregular in action. I bought Doans Kidney Tills at It. E. McKoberts' Drug Store and used them. The backache. left me and my kidneys were soon put in good order. I have had no return of the trouble." Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's ' Kidney Pills-t- he same that Mr. Ual-to- n Co., Props., had. Poster-Milbur- n Buffalo, N. Y. LOW-EL- gave a very Interesting and Instructive talk on the "Conservation and Evaporation" of food. Everyone has been rejoicing over the recent rain as It was needed very badlv in this locality. Quite o number of the farmers have gotten their wheat threshed but only a few have sold their $2. the day Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Land, Miss Inez Lata! and Mr. Howard Land visited Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark at Marktbury Saturday and Sunday. DAIRYING AND SOIL CULTURE AN 11 -J- LN IN U U IN VnvlVlXIN - 1- - OF - 11 SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE NAN. Successors to Hughes & Swincbroad OK BUENA VISTA APPEAL of Nation TO FARMERS. Largoly on an MARKSBUKY Mrs. Ben Dunn has been ill with phoid fever. tyf - Fat Mr. Allen Rogers has purchased a Miss Alice Sutton was the week-en- d handsome new car. guest of Miss Elizabeth Doty. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott of Mercer, Miss Jenkins school will begin at visited relatives Sunday, Mason the Cth of August instead of Mrs. James Christopher visited Mrs. the first. are greatly encouraged Clay Parks, Wednesday. The farmers bv the glorious rains that we have Working v Miss Ida Hurto was in Lancaster shopping Saturday. Mrs. J. N. II it k a made a business trip to Lexington Thursday. Miss Marie Ogg of Berea began her school at Logans chapel July 9th, Miss Mattie Jones ol Harlan is the a'ttarctive guest of Miss Stella Little. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Clark and children were the week end guests of Mrs. S. P. Davis. Miss Glatha Anglin returned home Thursday after a weeks stay with relatives in Richmond. Mcsdames Oscar Boyle, Johnnie and Ed Brown, and Mr. Eugene Boyle spent Saturday in Richmond. Mrs. Lena Brown has accepted a position, as assistant book keepar, with The Peoples Bank, at Paint Lick. Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guaranteed to please you or money back. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. A number of the young people from this place have been attending the revival at Fairview the past week. Miss Iola Brown who has been the plesant guest of her cousin. Miss Helen Boyle, returned home Saturday. BRYANTSVILLE will Miss Ophelia Wallace has been visitmeeting at ing Mr. Eugene Ruble and family. Mason School house. The Ladies Aid Society will meet at Some one entered Mr. Louis Coins Mrs. Gus Scott's Friday afternoon. Saturday night and stole $5 in room Mrs.' Albert Back, who has been suf (jh and other valuables. is Improve fering from FayMr. and Mrs. Tom Chesnut of ing. ette county have been spending several Mrs. T. S. Poore and little eon. Wildays with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bogie. liam, have been visiting relatives in Cow Peas, Buckwheat, Crimson Wilmore. Clover, White Bi Annual Sweet Clover Mr. A. T. Scott and family of Iiry seed for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau antsville visited Mrs. Dettie Ruble and Miss Irene Aldridge has returned to family Sunday. her home in Lancaster after spending Misjos Mary Owsley and Eugenia a week at the home of her cousin, Mr. Dunlap of Lancaster have been visiting Abner Hughes. their grandmother the past week. Mrs. Kelly Hogg servedrefrcshments Mr. L. II. Ruble and family and Mrs. to the Ladies Working Society last Wednesday afternoon. Quite a num- Sarah itackley motored to Shawnee Sunday, and attended church and ber were present to enjoy the afternoon Run were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Artis A series of meetings will "begin with. Curd. Pleasant Grove church Saturday before Deposit your wheat with us for flour. Rev. Pervis We handle only the best first patent the 5th Sunday In July. will assist the pastor Hour and of Crab Orchard it is guaranteed to please you in the meeting. Hudson, Hughess and or money back. Mr. Hubert Uunn gave a very en- Farnau. joyable picnic at Brooklyn Bridge last Saturday in honor of Miss Elizabeth Pettus of Springfield Ky. who is the attractive guest of Miss Elizabeth Doty. The party went via Danville e and Shakertown, returning via. and Nicholasville, flopping over at Camp Nelson to visit tlio National Cemetery. " Her? Is a messaca to been having. The Ladies hold its next J. G. Regan filled his appointment at Brown's Chapel Sunday". Rev. Society Women! GUNN3 CHAPEL. Mr. M. O. Kennedy was on the sick list for several days last week. Mrs. Ambrose Calico is ill. Mrs. It. K. Swope entertaineda numMr. and Mrs. Riley Davis were in ber of her friends at an elegant dinner Danville, Saturday. Friday. Mr. John Riley Sparks has received Master Morris Davis of Indiana is his new Ford car. Visjting his .Mrs. HanMrs. Robt Whittaker visited her nah B, Sweeney, mother, Mrs. Tom Daiiey. and Mrs, Joel Marsee' and Ml', Mr. Mrs. Tom Daiiey was in Richmond and Mrs. James Durham spent a few for medical treatment Monday. days last week in Louisville. Bale Ties for sale. Mr. J. W. Farley and Miss Mary Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Ellen Farley are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Misses Annie and Flora May visited Sam Farley at Nicholasville. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart May, recently. Miss Winnie Kirby of Bowling Green Mr. Anderson Hall of Coy spent the has returned home after a very pleasweek-enwith Mr. Geo Hall and family. ant visit with Miss Cecil Bowling. d fered with painful...", eho writes. "I got down with a weakness In my back and limbs...! felt helpless aAd discouraged...! had about Blvcn up hopes of ever being well again, when a friend Insisted I Buffering women, from Mrs. W. T. Price, of Public, Ky.: "I suf- Take CARDUI The Woman's I bepn a tliort wMlo Car-Ju- t. Tonic In batf 1 Mr. j'ames LUtrell has been here Mrs. Ada Kinnaird of Atlanta (Ji., and Mrs. Harvey Denne of Boyle, have visiting his daughter, Mrs Jeptha been guests of Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Daiiey and daughThe W. C. T. U. held their regular monthly meeting Thursday afternoon. ters were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Sunday. A very interesting program was given. Mr. S. S. Sebastian who is employed Mr. Robert Cobb has been at home in Jessamine with a thresher spent quite sick for a few days. He recent- Sunday with his family here. ly enlisted in the armv and has been at Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moberly spent the Camp Stanley. week-en- d in Jessamine with Mr. and Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guarMrs. Clain Davis, Mr. Davis being ill. to please you or money back. anteed Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Misses Iva Miss Molly Worthington of Danville, Hollon, Myrtle Davis and Lema Ilollon was here last Thursday afternoon and motored to Lexington where they spent difference . . . I crow stronger tight nlonff, and It cured me. I am stouter than I havo been "In years." If you suffer, you can npproclnto what It means to bo atronc and well. Thousands of women glvo Cardul tho credit for their good licalth. It should help you. Try Cardul. At all druggists. marked E-- a Incrsastd Food Supply, President Wilson In his proclamation to the people appeals to farmers In do nil hi tliclr power to Increase tlio of foods. Ho says: I take the. liberty, therefore, of addressing this word to the farmers of tho country and to nil who work on the" farms: The supremo need of our own nation nnd of the nations with which Is nil iihundnmo we nro of supplies and especially of fisidstutTs. Tho importance of an adequate food supply, especially for the present year, li superlative. Without abundant food alike for the nrmlcs and the people now nt war the wholo great enterprise upon which wc havo eiuhsrkod will break down and fall. The world's food rcscrws nro low. Not only during the present emergency, but for Home time nftcr peace shall have come, our own pcoplo and a large proportion of the peoplo of Kuropc must rely upon tho harvest In America. Upon tho farmers of this country, therefore. In hippo tuciiiire rest the fate of the war and tho fate of the nations. Mny the nation not count upon them to omit no Mop that will Increase the production of their laud or that will tiring about the most f In tho sale mid ills fectual trlhutlon of their products? The time Is short. It Is of tho most Imperative Importance that everything possible K done, and don immediately, to make sure of large harvests. I call mjioh young in r u and old alike and llon the ahlchodlcd lsiys of the land to accept aud net upon this duty to turn In hosts to tho farms mid make certain that no pains mid noTabor lacking In this great matter. I particularly npival to the farmers of the south to. plant abundant food, stuffs as well n cotton; They can show their patriotism In no tettcr or moTo coin Inclug way than by resisting the great temptation of the present price of cotton and helping:, helping upon a great scale, to feed the nation aud the peoples everywhere who are llghlluij for their Myrtles and for our own. The variety of their crops will bo tho Wstblo measure their compre hension of their national duty. mo government or tne l lilted Mates and the governments of the soieral k tales stand ready to They will do cvcrjthuig jiosslble to assist farmers In Fcctirliig mi adequate supply or seed, an adequate force of la borers when they nro most needed, at harvest time, und the means of shipments of fertilizers njfl farm machinery as well as of thc- crops tbeiusclw-bcu harvested. Tho course of trade shall be us unhampered It lspossll)lo to make It, and there as shall lio no unwarranted manipulation of the nation's food supply )y those who handle It on Its way to the con sumer. This Is our opMrtimlty to dem onstrate tho etllclency of a great democracy, and we shall not full abort of it. y Rtttt LANCASTER, - - - KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE LAND OF NOW" EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. lth Our records for the past eight vinrs show tales of more than 13,500 acres of land, besides a large amount of town and city pioperty and stocks of merchandise, amounting to more than $l,!IoO, 000,00 and this business was done to the entire satisfaction of more than 14)0 clients and cuitomrrs and they are my references for "fair dealing." From my experience in the business I know how, when, Where and what to advertise. rm To the one who has property to lands, city property, dwellings lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate proposition, I solicit I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. your business, believing List vour farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand n Ijiik list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your property may be just what I am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I solicit )nur patronage as I know value and know that when you close a deal through me you will get "value received" lor your money. I have on hand for sale at all times n Large Number of Farms. Dwellings City lropcrty not In the advertltrd list, as my list of property Is constantly changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new properties and some of my best properties are not advertised at the ropiest of the owners. If you are a non resident of Garrard County, write me and I will tell you all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, schools and churches, of l.ancastcr and its business, it people ml It growth! The following is just a few of the properties I have on Hand for sale now. aril-fa- FAHM3. 1 f and is on pike. A small farm of 1:1 acres, 8J miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwelling and newibarn, good land lies Aril. A farm of ft) acres, on pike "JJ miles frim town. Iar.il rolling, very fertile, mostly In grass, large tobacco barn I room house. A farm of.&IJ'acrcs, extra tobacco and himp land, rolling, 2 large barns, splendid dwelling, land well fenced ami well wntrrrd tenant hcute and other out buildings. A farm ofiOS acres of rich land, part level and parOolhrg, fine dwt..feK of 8 rooms, halls, cellar etc. 2 acre orchard, 2J miles from town cn pike. Thls one a bargain. OG acres of very fertile land on pike 1 mile from town, good dwelling and. fine orchard and the land priced right. Urge barn and other A farm of 128 acres, I miles from town, on pike, lard artly rolling splendid improvements. A farm of llt;acrrsf fine lar.d well Improved, cn pike acrtisiblp to market of three county seats, land liet well. mile from pike, with gocd improv-ment- s. A small farm of 18 acre, A form of 1M) acres, partly rolling, very fertile, splendid improvements, largo 9 roomjbnck dwelling with front lawn to pike, easy terms. C5 acres in cultivation, balance in grass. A farm of 201 acres of level land, 1 mile from town, fronting on two pikes, susceptible of diviiiun'.into nnaller farms, dandy building sits. A farm of 161 acres, on pike, all in blue grots, large barn, line building site for dwelling, orchard, land resdyifor tobacco and hemp, close to school and churches, aUq 5 miles f romj Lancaster. A farm of 21. IS acres of nearly level land, fi room dwelling, large dwelling, large orchard.llaml fertile, on pike close to schools and churches. This is a "dandy" little home. A farm of 40 acres, high class land, on pike, on pike, 5 miles from Stanford an Ideal location.lWill be sold worth the money and on easy terms. A farm of 151 acres on pike, fij miles from Danville and 5 miles from Lancaster, right on pike, two sets of improvements, farm lies in nearly a square and canlbe dividedwith fronts on pike. In splendid neighborhood and right at small village with school and churches. I'OK ItKN"l:-- A faun of 2H acres, well located, well improved and nearly all in gratsjand u part of the grata rcadyjor the plow. Will be rented for the year 1'JlS. A small form of,l lucres, on pike 1 mile from Lancaitur. splendid brick residi nce.'.lurge barn nnd other out buildings, well watered. Iluv a home close to the bcstllown ill Cintral Kentucky. to this: THE 1IKST llAIt(!AIN in Ken- A farm oflECO tuckv. Iicated on.two pikes, near the famous tamp Dick ICihinfon section of fiarrard County. Tart of this lard is virgin soil, ready for hemp and tobacco. I dwelling ;!00 acres is nearly level in high state of cultivation. on the farm. the main dwelling Is an ideal Kentucky Country home. 2 large new tobacco barns, stock barns and other out buildings, well watered mid well fenced. If tho entire fa. in i too much for you, will sell you'a 275 acre tract, or 145 acre tract or W acre tract, l'ricrd right and on easy terms. A farm ofJU7 acresof rolling land, now dwelling, barn &e, well watered n milesj from town, will suit some one who does not care to h right on the pike. Will sell at a bargain if bought at once. acres-L1ST- KN farm of 160 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with about IW acres of clln and grazing lrd thrown in, A fertile farm of(ll acres with splendid improvements, land lies well A s FOR BETTER -- DAIRY SIRES. Banktrt Aid Wisconsin Farmtrt to St- euro Pur Ortd Built. In kouio sections the problem of se curing good tires Is n serious one, suys a Wisconsin furm. bulletin. Often bull clubs are formed by tlio farmers them selves, wno coiuoiue tueir purvuusiui. power to get the services of good alrci In otlier communities bankers, merchants uud , creamery owners furnish funds on long time imteH, making very satisfactory arrangements for their payment at the end of u two year period. A system of part of trie leasing sires, whereby money received from each fanner for pay the cost of service fees Is u&cd to bulls, Is In use Id several Wisconsin communities. DOLLARS to YOU To See us before you sell your Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats or Corn. To Talk with us on the feeding of the fall shoats for market. To Let us figure your lumber, shingle and building bills before you buy. our line of Furniture and Stoves before you buy. To Let us know your wants in Field seeds for fall Sowing. To Remember us when in need of anything in our line. To Look over , Hervey 1warn & Woods There mo undoubtedly many oilier sue- icksful ones. If youf community could he bciiellltd by u similar plan Murt It CITY I'KOPKKTYi yourself. Don't wait for the business Niw mtdern dwelling of 8 loems, 2 halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern men to miiUo the flrt step. Live siock tulslug Is tho biggest business In Wis impiovements, furnucelheatid, electric lights, water works, small rr.'c'crri barn consin. Muny country bankers realize anil acres of land. It, and they will meet ou half way, A dwelling of 0 rooms ard out buildings and t acrtB of land. for they keo tho Importance of prollt Anothernew modern dwelling of 10 rcoms with all ir.rdern conveniences. producing fiiiiii animals In tho proper A number of other dwellings and building lots. Jettlopinent of their communities. For further particulars and prices ir.qulio of Hero mo ii few suggestions about buj lug; First. In buying n bull, get as good a ono its you run afford. Tho klre. If it MAN. good pure bred, Is moio than half the . herd. Lancaster. Kentucky. buy from n Hecond. If possible breeder whom you lniiw. Third. Ilo sure you get to.k from illsonta flee herds. Fourth.-D- o not expect to buy good cows (heap. Tho poorest cows are those that nro for sale In most herds. Fifth.-V- our best Investment is to the spirit'.lwhich animates all successful buiintts, of (ret heifers which havo not freshened, prevails in tho organization of our Federal reserve bank. which have lieen bred to a but We own stock in it. We keep our reserve cash in it. We Imvo sire of tho s.imo bleed. Sixth.-linsuear homo ns a voice in electing its directors and through them in choosing its You savo expenses, and If animals nro management. It Is our bank, and Its resources enable us at ull times not tntlsfacloiy your chances for redress are much better, to meet tho legitimate banking requirements of our community. 1 The plans described here- - bine all been woikiil out. Tl.ey lire praitlcul SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE The Modern Spirit regis-tere- d ny pos-dbl- Paint L,ick, Kentucky. Tim of Planting Corn. May ! to 17 lias been tho most profitable dato during eleven years for planting corn ut tho Ohio experiment Yields havo been tiiiilim nt Wonster. greater from corn planted In this period than from plautliigs made either earlier or later. The ears of tho lato planted corn have generally been small md liMiiature. OF LANCASTKK, KY. J.'J. WALKEU, Vice B. V. HUDSON. President. r. Jog J. Waucib, Jr., W. O. Rigney, Ati't Cash'r. W. F, CHAMP, Cashier. Citizens National Bank Preit. 1 in f rnn CASH PRICES I wranv s a flfi i UUUl DAIIII V The Central Record, Thursday, July 19, 1917. I I MEN'S, YOUNG MEN'S AND BOYS SUITS 1 UIIUAIIAIIUII 8.75 9.75 11.75 13.75 $16.00 20.00 22.50 25.00 Mens Suits now Mens Suits now Mens Suits now Mens Suits now $11.25 1(125 17.25 19.25 I 1 CASH PRICES Why reduced prices on clothes when Woolens are on the I I Because Wooltns nre advancing so rapidly these clothes are worth more no than they were a few months ntfo; they'll be worth more next year rule of not carrying goods from one season to another, we nre going to close them out ut the following cut prices: W.OO Mens fcuits now 12.50 Mens Suits now 15.00 Mens Suits now 17.50 Mens Suits now ol You've probally heard that woolen pieces are advancing, so you n itur y clothes be sold for less than regular prices? Each year at the end of the regular selling seasons we find a number of garments still on hand; they were bought to sell during that season, so we mke it a point of selling them in order to make room for new goods, and we reduce prices to clean these suits in a hurry. nise? "The Story in a Nut Shell ask If that is so, how can these stylishall-wobut wc can't hold them over. Following our now now now now iron-cla- d s 1 1 S 5.00 Boys Knee Suits 650 Boys Knee Suits 7.50 Boys Knee Suits 10.00 Boys Knee Suits .' S 3.75 4.25 5.50 7.75 Make your choice while choosing Id good. House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. DC MANY TEACHERS NEEDED TO HELP ILLITERATE MEN Mrs. Cora Witsou Stewart Calls For Vol unteers lo Instruct Soldiers RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Making the IS COMING TO THE FRONT ItiKlit now this Country is culling for men of stout hearts ami iOiincl,)odiei. It nerds them lo keep Old Glory triumphant .? anil unjlllllrd in the air. Farm Pay POINTS ABOUT The exigency now confronting u emphasizes, as nothing ele, could do, the iiiiiMirtnr.ee of (food henlth. both as an individual biiJ national anct. It Rives Kiiiit to the niKRestlon. often emanating from this otlice, that rverjhcdy should Ruanl their health ns a priceless os iriiion. When yuu find yourselt running down and not exactly keyed up to the fightini; pitch, as I the case with everybody at times. You iue,ht to come to Nature's lelirf and take n course of COM-CEL-SA- R tootisfy ou. or meney bark If you'll do that, cu will not experience the discomfiture of being sent hack horn? for lick of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indiitestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SOl'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COWIIOV LINIMENT, for all Tains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. Legnliy guurnntecd STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 37JU-3- 1 Frankfort. Ky.. July 1J.- -A call for volunteers to teach' thc"?i,000 illiterate men among those registered in Kentucky for military service was issued Friday by Mrs. Corn Wilson Stewart, chairman of the Kentucky Illiteracy Comrrission. The moonlight schools to teach those who may become Soldiet swill commence July 23. Mrs. Stewart, addressing the teachers of tho State particularly, said In part: "An unusual situation confronts those engaged in teaching in this State. It is one which will put to the test your patriotism and your devotion to education as well. "Some 30.000 young men in Kentucky signed their regittratien cards on June S by mark, being unable to sign their names. These are not confined to any locality, but are scattered throughout every county in the State. They are not negroes, but mainly white. "These figures must stagger every thoughtful Kentuckian. They would a'name us to the point of concealment out tor tne need or these young men i LEGUMES. Inoculation of Soil Oftsn Necessary to Gat a Good Stand of Clover. (Prrrarcil by United 8t.itM department of agriculture. One fundamental characteristic of a leguminoun crop Is the presence on tho roots of Modules or tiberclea which arc infested by luctcrln. Thec bacteria nre essential both to the auoccsa-fu- l growth of tho plant and to Its value as it feed and ns u green manure crop. They enter the plant from the koII, and It it obvlonn therefore that if tao soil does not contain them In the tint place tho crip will pmu a failure. If a leguminous crop Is grown for the first tlmo In n field It is probable that nodule forming nmtwUl of the right kind will not Iks prevent. Tticy must bo supplied therefore by artificial means, this process U called Inoculating tho soil. On practical and effective method of inoculation U to transport soil from a Held where It Is known that the needed bacteria exists. Soil from fields ( at. falfa, sweet clover and bur clover wllri Inoculate a Held for any of then three crops. Soil from rod alslke, crimson and white clover Is also Interchange- - via Louisville & Nashville Railroad 30-D- Limit Round Tn'p Tourut Firei from Lancaster NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 Reduced Fares lo many other cities and resorts In the East and North Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal. Toronto. Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adlron- uuiisa, lukv uiiu uwitr chics anu resorts 01 tne bast and orth, including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. For particular, rates, foIJers, etc, apply G. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent Jack-White-Mo- on West Hroadwav. LOUISVILLE, KY. Id 1L 3C This Summer Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU Calls you to an Ideal vacation high up in the mountain of Western North Carolina. Days full of Interest, activity anJ sport nights of refreshing comfort and solid sleep. I II l rl ( Renew your health in the clear, cool mountain alt. Co camping In the woods- - climb the peaks play golf, tennis enjoy driving and motoring. Dig, fine hotels or quiet, Inexpensive places, whichever you prefer. Let us quote you tht lowm rounJ tilp f.rti firUH llmt l.lIi,lieiituitanJtlltiavtlln(tilnuika. Call un ncircic cr wiiie II. C KINO, Division Passenger Agent Phoenix Hotel Hldg 113 Cast Main St. Lcilngton, Ky. works no cure. Only prompt and de- -' ciiive action can do that. These young men are not to blame for their misfor tune. The enlightened citizens of Kentucky, who have tolerated tax compulsory attendance laws and have submitt ed to the nonenforcementof suchschoo. uttendance laws as arc on our statute I books, are mostly to blame. But this is' not time to waste in crying shamo or in fixing blame. This is a time to ntor.e in such measure as we may. "It is the duty of every public school teacher in Kentucky to volunteer. Some already have done so on the mere suggestion of such a call. SomeJ.'evei) who ure not teachers have volunteered It is a high privilege to render to these, unfortunate Ones find to our Statu, and nation this service. e'may have been unable to invest in Liberty Loan bonds. It may not bo ours to follow the boys to France to minister to them under the lied Cross, but we enn add tb their comfort, their ECU CLOVES PLANT. and their efficiency by giving them this training before they go. able, and this Is true, too, or tho vetch Held pens. und soy "Let th lights burn for the soldier es mill however, each Cowpcns their own require boys on the evening cf July 23 In every particular lirmid of bacteria. rural village mid city schoolhouse in Soil intended for tho purpose of In the State. Write or wire that you will oculatlon fliould ho free from obnoxious volunteer and let us provide you with weeds. It Mioutd tie taken from tho first II vo or six Inches of tho surface books and pluns." und sprctd nt tho ruto of to 400 touiids per aero on tho Held to ho inocuHopeless. may he practiced y, hut tip one ever seems to become expert lu It. Kconnniy lated. For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values Moderate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, Invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. 30 any OR 300 ACRES location, adaptation or Improvements consult the D. A. Thomas Real Estate AGENCY, SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, July 22nd THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. It DENNY, Surplus $30,000. Vice .'resident' J. E. STOHMES, I'ru't. S. O. DENNY. Cashier. r, L. Gill, It. T, Jmbry, Asa't Cashier. J. '.Safety Saniual D. Deposit WE Sixes For Hint. SOLICIT YOUIt BUSINESS. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Poaey, J. E. J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. Cochran. Stormes. S. C. Denny, rT7 The undersigned hereby give warn. ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful last extent of U- - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N I) Price ft, L. Blkln II. 0. Arnold. J. C. Rigsby, Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatum. It. L. Arnold. T. ft. Slavin. C. M. Moberly. ft. L. Darker. S. C. Rlgsby. II. M. Lear. Julia Parks Sirus Daily, We will add other names for 25 cent cash. POSTED strong Mitillglit, the trausiKirted soil should bo spread In cloudy weather, early morning or lato afternoon, and harrowed noon nfler. Where Inoculnt lng soil is wnrro It Is ikIIjUo save In Its uso by tho mloptlou of what Is known ns the gluu method. A thin mixture of chipped glue und water Is sprinkled over tho wel nt tlio rato of about a nimrt uf tho liquid to n bushel. Then a Hitlllelent quantity of dry, poll Is uilxiil with the need to maUo It dry enough to sow well. In this way tho need U coated with d soil und rnrries this soil with It when it Is placed in tho Held. Still another method Is Inoculation by means of liquid culture. A limited supply of these may be fcecured free uiu application to tho United States department of agriculture. Many of the statu exiierliueut atutlous alo supply these rultures. Commercial (lruis uUo sell theui. ninvtlou.s fur the use of these cultures accompany all ahlpir.euts. inoeii-late- As tho luieterln nro klllwl by Southern RApAy System F ollowing Round Trip Fares in effect from " Danville, Ky. to $1.50 Lawrenccburg .$1.00 LouUvllle Shelbyville Harrodburg...$ $1.25 .50 and Similar reductions lo all local stations between Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. Danville No. 9 will b held at RETURNING LouUvllle until ...5:30 P. M. for further information se Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. The Central Record, Thursday, July 19 !917. The Central Record . incorporated, Cow.Peas, Iluckwheat, Crimson Clover, White Sweet Clover seed Hudson, Hughes & Farnau for sale, TO REFORM SLOAN. The death In the Danville hospital of Mits Alberta Sloan, the 14 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Sloan PRACTICAL CANNING DEMONSTRATION. sued Weekly. $1.00 a year. SCHOOL. last Satarday morning was heard with practical demonstration of canning at E. ROBINSON. EorroR. John Church tho 15 year old son of much regret by tho friends of the fam Hateldcn Brothers hardware store L. ELKIN, Local Editor ond Mfir, Mr. Jim Church, whu lives near R. ily in this city and county. next Tuesday ntternoon, July i!lth. was convicted In Judge ArTnktn violently from the start Worthlngtoil is jrti expert In Miss Entered tl Ibe foil Office In Linctitf r, Kf., nold's court last Monday morning for wfth typhoid fever It was feared that this line and should prove a blessing to ,i Second Cl"i Mall Mutter. raising a cnecK on ii. u. button, trom rHie might not survive and was taken the many housekeepers of the county $2.C3 to $15.05. He denied that he' t j the Danville hispltal where the end who should Member Kentucky I'reui Association attend this ,den:ontrtloji. raised the check, but the evidence was came after a short Illness. rid Tho de so strong against hinr'that hs guilt ceased was n devout member of tho Eighth District Publishers League. seemed conclusive. Ho will be sent to Methodist church at Hubble where she TRENCHES SAFER Is on In full blast. You had better hurry if the school of reform. was raised and the funeral service was you wish to get some of the bargains, as the Lacasler, Ky., July 19, 1917. held at the home near Hubble last Sun' THAN MARRIED LIFE prices we have put on our entire stock Is TUNNEL. day, conducted by the pastor, Rev. G. TO SHORTEN K. M. w. iiotiman. the tloral designs wer The first of the slackers mnrriages.in moving it fast. Rate3 For Political Announcements A gentleman who holds n responsible many nnd beautiful. Interment took Chicago to make public appearance on For Precinct and Citv Offlces ...$ 6.00 position with the Q. & C, or rather place in BulTato cemetery at Sjtnn- - the domestic junk pile was recorded at Spend One Dollar in our Store and take home K"or County Offices 10.00 that division of the Southern Railroad, a hospital when Conrad Jcffers, twenty ioru. you had Two Dollars Worth of For State and District Offices.... 15.00 informs the I. J. that King's Mountain nine years of age, was brought in with 10 , For Calls, per lino his skull fractured by hammer blows better hurry and be sure you are entering tunnel Is to be materially shortened by CANTONMENT 10 cutting oiT both ends and leaving deep For Cards, per line and his throat cut. For all publications in the Inter"He married me two months ago to cuts. After this has been, done the At Louisrille A Big Undertaking. est of individuals or expresescape the draft," explained Mrs. Jcftunnel will be widened sufficiently to To give some idea of the tremendous. sion of individual views, per lay another track in it. It will take a fers. "I found out that lie was Black 10 line mint of money to do It, the gentlemen ncss of the undertaking In building the er nnd we quarreled all the time. We 05 stated, but the management I: ,!i... ' rantonment nt Louisville mar be rain. had hours of It Inst night, and finally Obituaries, per line i from the following table showing when he was asleep got a hammer mined to have a double track "railroad from one end of It to another and no 'the amounts of the principal materials and n rnzor and went after him." We are authorized to announce the Twenty-simillion feet mourn will bo snared In brintrmt? about to be used. Jelfers Is in u critical condition. following candidates, subject to the Southern yellow pine lumber. This is Primary, the desired end. Interior Journal. action of the Democratic equivalent to 1,3000 box cars loaded August 1917. from floor to ceiling (capacity- )- about SOME CHECK BOGIE WITHDRAWS 20,000 feet to the car-a- nd would make County School Superintendent. up nearly thirtyone solid trainloads of FOR A FEW HOGS Wc are authorized to announce the forty-twcars to the train. Twenty-eigMISS JENNIE HIGGINS. withdrawal of Mr. J. O. Bogie from Mr. John Cress, of Preaehcrsvitle, thousand squares of prepared the race for the Democratic nomination requiring sixty-twcars for showed us o check for $5,507,00 which County Court Clerk. for County Court Clerk. This will come loofing, transportation. Twenty carloads hard- he had just received for 197 hogs which as a surprise and beside will be regret-c- d JEPTHA ONSTOTT. and nails. Twenty carloads of he had laised and fattened on his own by a number of friends of Mr. Bogie ware W. A. DOTY. Sixty-fiv- e carloads water larm. He also tellsus that he has now throughout the county. While he gave plumbing. and sewer pipes. Ten carloads electric on hand 125 younger hogs thnt will go J. BRUCE LAWSON. no reasons we nresume that his duties By light wires, insulators, poles, etc. on the market In the early fall. as Road Supervisor in the western part One hundred and ninety-twcarloads the way, Mr. Crc;s is a cancidatc for Assessor. of the state prevents him from making tanks, stoves, ranges, refrigerators the democratic nomination for Magis the active canvass he would like to of E. B. RAY. trate in the Crab Orchard district, and have made, hence his withdrawal nt and like material. One hundred und eighty-sevecar if the knowing ones are wise they will Magistrate District No. 1. this time. The withdrawal of Mr. He see that he gets it, hands down. loads of mattresses, bunks, etc. Bogie leaves three-ithe race for this J. H. CLARK. One thousand two hundred and thirty says thnt while the district is usually important office, Messrs Jcptha Onstott, carload crushed stone, cement, etc.. Republican, it gives him no alarm, as Bruce Lawson and W. A. DotyT Magistrate District No. 2. sufficient to construct fifteen miles of trimming his Republican opponent, will streets and roads in and adjacent to he as easy a pouring water out of a LOGAN1SON. CANNERY READY TO OPEN camp. boot. Here's hoping he will win in Twenty carloads of construction tools. both contests. County Attorney. The cannery to be operated GREEN CLAY WALKER. the supervision of Homer Tinsley will FORMER LANCAS be opened in this city just as soon as a NEW AMERICAN Sheriff. room suitable for the plant can be arIMPLEMENT Ofc WAR ranged. Mr Tinsley. tells us that he TER BOY DIES. A. K. WALKER. can and will can everything from a A clipping from n Hamilton, O., pa To Be Made Under The Greatest Socrecy tomato to a dogs tail and that it beper says that James Cunningham, forState Senator, 18th Senatorial District. hooves the people of the county to coA special to the New York World merly of Lancaster Ky., whcrc'hc was HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN, operate with him and the county agent born and raised, died in the Mercy JAY W. HARLAN. to see that nothing in the eating line says the Westinghouse interests in Pitts burk, Pa. are seeking 1,000 men who Hospital in that city on June 27, and perishes for lack of canning. All these J. R. MOUNT. that his remains are still unclaimed, as things will be high next winter and in are. willing to sign an agreement to en- no trace of any relatives can be found Representative. great demand. Due notice will be ter a new plant to be built for the man- anywhere. His mother died in Lex- of war munitions by a secret given the public just as soon as the ufacture J. A. BEAZLEY. I process and remain imprisoned for ten ington several years age and Jim was outfit has been enstalltd. Seven thou? J. HOGAN BALLARD. the only child ordered and are months uli comunication with the out' and cans have been He was related, the paper states, to side world to be shut oIL expected in this week. County Judge. Men who have been approached were J. Hunt McMurtry, of Nicholasville, told that the plant will manufacture a Ky. His remains will be buried in a CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. ANTI-HOCHOLERA. powerful implement of war and the Potter'? field in that citv, should not 32 A. D. FORD. gov- relatives claim them. Jim will be recholera meetings held secret must be guaided until the SI The sees fit to make the details membered here as a blight boy and pounds of Flour, 33 and give you for Jailer. under the auspices of our county agent ernment Only public. workmen and offici- accepted a position as expert nccount-an- t those L . Mr W. II. Rogers throughout the couiv DAVID ROSS. with Ernst and Ernst of Cincinnati. producz straight ana iw pounds oi tsran. 2 ty during the past week has been at' als who will be engaged in the JACK ADAMS He also held similar positions in Louis3 tracting unusual audiences at each tion ot the new weapon will know its ville. character and the details of manufactStorage'Free!to Customers. We are toutftorized to announce John meeting and the people arc becoming ure. very much enthused over the prospect S. Ham, a candidate for the nomma Recreation and entertainment of tion for Magistrate for (district No. 3, of entirely eliminating that dreaded every postiable sort will be furnished NEW TEACHER FOR subject to tho action of the Democratic malady from the swino herds of the. the isolated employes. Pay double that BUCKEYE SCHOOL county. In tact Mr. Rogers Informs primary to be held August 4th 1917. they now get is guaranteed, and bonusus that even now the disease is prac es will be paid for high production. The Buckeye people aro very fortuntically checked and with the Foretold by many portents and all ion of tho swine breeders, in a few Only picked men whose Americanism is ate in securing Prof. J. E. Bocthe of whose skill In their Richmond, Ky. as principal of the High the tongues of rumor, the fall of the years that hog cholera will be a thing unquestioned and German Chancellor is at 'length 'an of the past. Meetings were held dur. respective vocations is of the highest School. He will take charge Monday will be employed, Definite knowlege of the ing July 53rd. nounced. the past week at Point Leavel!, Officials of the Westinghouse interMrriloothe took his high school work cause of his resignation is lacking. Nina, Beazley a school house and at More or less enlightened guesswork is Union. Dr. 0. S. Crislcr, Extension ests today refused to talk. An artisan in the Model School ut Richmond nfter our only guide. We are morally cer- Veterinarian, of Lexington, and Dr. of high standing, who was approached which he entered the Normal School, tain that he was not forced out by a Hannewald. of the U. S. Dep't of Agri by the Westinghouse agents, said he graduating in '13. He has had live years of successful peace party because of his too insistent culture, have been assisting Mr. Rogers had received an intimation that the new clamor for unrestricted- - war. Proba- and each have madu talks at these plant would turn out. in large quantities teaching experience in the Kentucky bility points quite the other way, aaya meetings, illustrated with stereoptlcan one of the late inventions of Thomas schools. While his deeper interest lies E. Edison. in the scholastic work, he is also interThe New York Times. slides. Other meetings will be held Twice in the last week the Emperor ested in the betterment of community form time to time and anyone interesthas summoned Hindenburg and FETE IS OBSER- life. He hus always taken an active ed in the elimination of hog cholera, NATIONAL part in church and Sunday School work to Berlin for conferences at will do well to consult Mr. Rogers und nnd other organization which the Crown Prince was present. a meeting may be arranged in any for young VED BY FRENCH NATION people. If Bethmann had been advising his locality that the people may desire. Imperial master that peace now was France, last Saturday, celebrated Its The High School students will uppn the only way of escapo.from utter ruin national fete, with fervor and quiet ciato ulso Ilia ability to organize und RAMSEY for Germany, the Kaiser would naturjoy unknown in many years. Tho Rus- promote athletics and other ally turn to his Generals for counsel. Last Thursday about twelve o'clock, sian revolution has made Frenchmen activitiec. Mr. Bootlic has been in Buckeye for As to what Hindenburg und Ludendorff Dr. Burdett Ramsey, ono of the oldest realize more vividly the meaning of the and that son of Mars, the Crown Prince, and most respected citizens in the county great epoch which, dawning in America tho past few days and tho indications would say to bin, wo need have no passed away at ills nomo near Taint in 1770, culminated in France in 1789 are that Buckeye will ok:ii with u big doubt. His temperament and all his Lick, due probably to the infirmities of in u great revolution whoso spirit after class; and the patrons have already training would incline William II. to age, being 'JJ years oiu. wnilo not over u century is about to have its full shown that they uru leady to givo n accept their assurances, their advice. feeling well for some time, yet his death fruition in the destruction of the last hearty response und class And then tho Chancellor would have came as u surprise to his family, who bastile of absolutism by the forces of to their principal. no choice but to give up office. fortunately were at his bedside. He Is allied democracy. With this theory the reports of ur- survived by his wife, who Is now passed "It is a pity," says Paul Deschanel, ILLUSTRATED FEATURES gent appeals from Vienna in Uethmann's 80th, year, and tho following child President of the Chamber of Deputies, hr behalf nro In entire harmony, for it is rcn; Will Appear Shortly In This Paper. in a message to tho Journal, "that the plain that peace cannot come too soon Mrs. John Bright, of Stanford, Mrs. Germans cannot eee our national fete, We have recently contracted for on for Austria's need, and the Vatican Will Frank, of Louisville. Mrs. J. P, they who belle io us to bo starving and Before you decide on any wagon, cxamino tho Columbus. Strongly has evidently seconded her efforts to Frank, of Danville, Miss Mattio Ramsey at the end of our resources. Illustrated nowd service und will soon built of the best possiblo material tbo Columbus wagon gives tho most that end, as the attitude of the Catho- of Danville, Mrs. J. M. Holtoway, of "In tho month of April, notwith- Install u Prestonlute machine In our satisfactory servico for tho longest period of years. Tlicro Is uo secret la lic Centre Party in the Reichstag Chattanooga, Terrill Ramsey' of standing magnificent results we did office, from which we will make ster tbo notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagou. It is the result of tho of the latest pictures furnished Since then a cotypea makes clear. But whatever the reason methods employed iu construction. There Is uo wood la this wagon Va., and Burdett Ramcey Jr. not realize our hopes. tho and Underwodu, for the Chancellor's resignation, it tells Of Paint Lick, at whose home his father noble leader who has had nothing but bv Underwood which has not been air.dried under shelter from ono to two years, us unmistakably that the Empire has died. For many years Dr. Ramsey was success in this war, a great infantry' worlds widest known photographers. ' Tbo axles and the spokes or tbo wheels aro hickory; tho bounds, come upon evil days within and withman, a wise, upright nnd clear mini For a leng time we havo wanted to bolsters and sandboards aro oak, and tbo bottom of the bos Is straight one of the moat successful practitioner i out. news pictures In the ' armies; grained flawless pine. 'These are Just a few examples of the care which is jml farmers In tho county, owning ono has been put at tho hta-- cf ourfulfilling produce current Record, such as dallies lurniin incir C taken to make this wagoa as reliable as possiblo. Tho result Is that tbo In that section. Already the Uussians are one of the best farms bere are tho Ameri- readers, but were prevented on account Columbus wagon is unbeatable In reliability and endurance. Como in Bale Ties for sale. Hudson, Hughes Sine, his youth he was a devout member their pledges and or and examine it for yourself. Wc know you will be pleased. cans bringing us their powerful sup- of not having a machine capablo of the Presbyterian church, serving & Farnau. gives money, airplanes and handling this class of matter. It continuously as an elder or deacon for port, not only in us pleasure to announce that this mayears. Funeral Bhips, but In men and guns. the past twenty-fiv- e POLAND CHINAS "America' Intervention while a de- chine- Svlll bo Installed in a few weeks. services were conducted by his pastor, comcisive verdict on the justice of oar We feel that tho people in this Big Type males. Weight about 125 Rev. Eldridge last Saturday morning cause is a sure guarantee of victory. munity will back us up In this progress which interment took place at pounds, pure bred, at ?20.00 if taken after more than ever oar daty to ive move and help to keep this paper Bryantsvllle, Ky. the cemetery near the Old Palm Lick Itmakes It Phone 27. O. K. Simpson, in July 1917. up to Its present standard of efficiency, hold on. R. 3, Lancaster, Ky. church. Miss Mollie Worthlngton will give a J. Preach-crsvill- e, 111 Lyons July Clearance te GoodsBut CASH LYONS BUSY STORE. 1 I x o ht ; 110 VOLT LAMPS o You, will need them with o the new current. 40 TO 225 WATT. n Mo Roberts Drug St ore und-rth- e I NOTICE TO FARMERS Will Grind Your Wheat For S 35 Cents a Bushel back40 G anti-ho- g K ratent, 'a i Leslie T Bradshaw. d Don't Biy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Becker & Ballard. The Central Record, Thursday, July 19, 1917. flags and lanterns were hung on the magnificent ATTENTION. lawn approaching the house and on the broad veranda. Every Sunday School In Garrard Co, Dancing was the principal feature of is requested to Join the movement to the evening, all the young people pres. supply each soldier leaving the county enjoying the tcrpsichorenn art. Mrs. Thomas Wilson returned to her ent with a nice Testament. Join this worDelightful refreshments were served. thy CaUSe hv faktntr nt, nlTurinn li home In Howling Green lat week afler A llrlil Mention of th unlit- Comings and a montns visit to Her parents, Mr. and which together with the music, dune, Sunday School the first Sunday In Aug- Goings by Thoit Wi Art Interfiled In. Mrs. J, It. Mount. Culti-packer- s. She was occom ing, pretty girls and gallant heaux ust, tnc time et for this purpose. A panies home by her sister, Miss Joan made it an evening long to be remcm fund has already been started by one bered by those present. Mrs. Uettie K. Smitli spent Sunday Mount. Sunday School and yours Is asked to J. I. Cnse Thrnslicrs nml Plow Trnctors. (! H. V. Associnlcil Gns Engine In Ilichmoml with relatives. help. " Pastors and Superintendents Mrs. Pierce lluttlcr, of !ouisvillc ami 3 M. P. Air Cooled (5ns Engine, will sell cheop. nlso Birdscll VVntian. will please bring this matter before Miss Carrie Miller has returned from and Mrs. Cliff Anderson and Miss WEDDING FESTIVITIES their schools, nnd let our soldier boys n visit to Mrs. Reynolds, of Danville. Amelia Ycrkes of Danville, were with know that wc arc interested In their Mrs. Frank Mnrksbury Friday, taking Miss Virginia Moran of Orlando FlorTho Square Deal House. FOR POPULAR BRIDE. spiritual welfare by equipping them dinner with her and looking over some ida Is visiting Miss Amanda Anderson. with "the sword ot the Spirit which is of the family burying grounds in the Lancaster has been quite gny the the word of God" Mrs. Chester Lewis has leturntd afternoon. after a delightful visit to' relatives in Mrs. Lula Johnson entertained nt a past week on account of the nonularitv ot the young bride-elecMiss Ednal" Heron. six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening. In Kavanaugh. The first of the YOU'LL FINII IT IN THIS COLUMN, Mrs. II. C. Ilailey and childrcp are honor of Mrs. K. Lackey, of. Kansas entertainments was a luncheon City. Reside the guest of honor, those given spending ten days at Crab Orchard at the home of the bride,' when present were: Mesdame b. D. Cochran, the Springs. most intimate friends and relatives Piano tuning, Victor Lear. William Elliot. Harry C. F. Allen, were asked to meet the "young southMrs. Johnson T. Trice is in Louisville lt-pTomlinson and Steven Walker. Kengcrlan Hotel. erner", .Mr. Herbert Ellis, who had this week the guest of relatives and I IIONhh j LOST; Auto crank. friends. Miss Marv May Walker is entertain come to claim the heart and hand of Reward if reResidence 37(5. house-par- t This turned to Ilaselden Brothers. Misses one of Lancaster's fairest girls. Miss Jessie Beagle of Georgetown if ing at a delightful delightful six course luncheon was n Na-za- r, KENTUCKY. an attractive guest of MissCarrie Hello Alma Hoggis, Doris Nnzr, Lulile LANCASTER, For Sae Round mahogany dining Mary Manley, Gertrude Wallace pleasing forerunner of what was to Romans. table. Phone 312-U- . and Mary Schneik. Missus Minnie May follow. Mrs. George Robinson next Mrs. Geo. Robinson. Miss Kathryn Hamm, of Somerset is Robinson nml Katie Barnes Dickerson entertained at a six o'clock dinner, the here the guest of Misses Viola and have also' been with them part of the menu was both elaborate and delightFOR SALE: Mare and mule colt Flossie Trihble. ful, the colr scheme, white nnd green. about 1 month old. Will sell time. worth the was carried out in house and table dec money. Miss Bessie Carrier of Ixmclon Ky. is Carlton Elkin. ,Mrs. William Gurrigue. who has orations and menu. often been asked. How about question The spending several days with her cousin FOR SALE; Home grown been visiting Iwr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Richard Mis j Itutli Carrier, Bros, J. H. Conn, left Satuiday for New Uuckner Spindle, entertained in honor wheat seed. i Mrs. (!. II. Petty and daughter, of York City, where she will visit her of Miss Kavanaugh Gilberts Creek, Ky. at the home of her Nashville Tenn. are visiting Mr. and sister, Mrs. Kuthorine Conn Tinsley. mother, Mrs. II. E. McRoherts, at a Screen doors, windows and screen Mrs. M. M. Turner. Master Harold Tinsley accompanied well appointed afternoon reception. cloth at reducded ptices as long us they AND Miss Carrie llelle Romans has return- her and will spend two weeks with his Numerous friends called during the last. J. R Mount & Co. hours to shower best wishes and coned from a delightful visit to Miss Jessie mother. Ixist: A black mare weighs about a gratulations upon the happy bride-elec- t. Iteagle of Georgetown. William Jennings Ilrvan Sanfjrd, Delightful refreshments of brick cream 1000 lbs nnd about ten years old. If Mr. I.. C. Land, of Louisville, is visit known by his friend here as "Peg" and shcrbert, individual ices, mints and found call Henry Meadows 925 Danhis sister, Mrs. Krnma Daniels on has ju-- t been married to Miss Eliza ing ville and receive reward. beth Host, at Rurlington Iowa., so he frappe were served the guests. the Crah Orchard road. Monday evening Miss Tommic Fran his father of this city. writes "Peg" "FARM FOR SALE" Mr. J. V. Alier who holds n lucra following home people who have Ask holds a nice position in the Hotel Dunn, ces entertained informally the intimate tive position in Akron Ohio, has joined friends and relatives to meet the bride (ICG thisv Spring, and who Acres, will sell (50)" acres at Huilington and his friends hero wish Cars bought his wife here for a visit. and groom-elec.t- . in one track, or (1102-10- ) witii improvehim well. from getting perfect On Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. ments, Mrs. George Uognrd,, of Richmond. Mr O. R. Carpenter lias the sympathy William Burton'were hosts at an ele N. II. BOGIE urrived to day ajid will be the guest of Mr Swinebroad, Hupp, Mr Stapp, Hupp, of his many friends. In the death of his gant wedding breakfast. The table her father Mr. Jesse Doty. Lexington, Ky. brother, which occured at his home in was beautiful in all its appointments. Hupp, Mr Cress, Hupp, Mr Dalton, Friends of lis Fannie Hishop will Red Rock, Oklahoma. Mr Carpenter The centerpiece consisted of a French Mr King, Hupp, Mr House, Hupp, regret to lern of her illness Lut wish was called to his bedside several weeks basket rilled with pink and lavendar TOBACCO STICKS. for her n speedy recovery. Mr Rubel, Hupp. Mr Thompson, Hupp, ago and it wos thought he was improv- sweet peas, the handle, being tted with Can furnish any quantity of, split Miss Gladys Moore has returned to ing until last Saturday evening when a large bow of pink and lavendar tulle. tobacco sticks. Place order early. Call Mr Elmore, Dodge, Mr Sutton, Dodge, her home In Lexington after h pleasant he changed for the worrt and passed The menu was delightful and faultless. or write. J. T. Centers, heart-shapeDodge, The individual Mr peacefully away. ices of Mr Smith, Dodge, vlsif with her father here. Paint Lick. Kv. Route 2. lavendar and pink, the cakes and mints Mr Tuggle, Dodge, Mr Rubcl, Dodge, The many friends of" Mr. and Mrs. all Mrnnd Mrs F. L. Urowning and lit brought out the pretty color scheme. W. Munday. formerly of this county. The tle eon. Robert, were in Lebanon Sun-dnDodge. Misses Fannie and fourteen who were seated at the INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS will receive with interest the marriage visiting their parents. festive board were; Miss Edna KavanTREASURY DEPARTMENT. Supof their daughter, Martha Elinor, to to "show you. we will be Phone Mrs. Sallie Anthony of Los An Mr. John W. Davis, of Starkville Miss. augh, Mr. Herbert Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. ervising Architect's Ollice, Washington D. C , July C, 1917,-Sea- led proposals William Burton, Miss Martha Kava geles Cat., has Wen visiting her sister, on July 8th, at the elegant home of the naugh, Mr. John Gill Kinnaird, Miss will be opened in this office at 3 p. m., .Mrs. John Smith of White Oak bride's parents. Mr. Davis is one of Annie Margaret Elkin, Mr. Shirley August 17, 1917. for the construction of the United States post office at LanMiss Mary Manuel and little Miss the most successful business men of Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Green Clay caster. Ky Drawings nnd specificathe South, while the bride is one of Walker, Mrs. Geo. Robinson, Mr. J. tions may be obtained from the custoNancy are visiting their cousin Mr. and Ky'B fairest girls and is quite talented Y. Robinson, Mrs. r. C. Manuel of Gravel Switch. Mrs. R. U. Spindle, Mr. dian of the site at Lancaster, Ky., or at this ofiice, in the discretion of the along many lines. Alex Doty, Mr. Joe Price, Mr. William Supervising Architect.-Ja- s. KINNAIRD BROS., Managers. A. Wet-mor- e, Messrs John C. Iiurnside and Hunter Kavanaugh. Acting Supervising Architect. Cherry ot San Angelo. Texas, are Mesrs Kinnaird Dorton and Charlie wedding breakfast most of After the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. IJurnside. Holcomb, formerly of this county but recently of Lexington, have just olfer the guests left by motor cars witii the Mrs. . A. Price goes to Louisville ed their services to their country and happy couple lor Lexington, where ' this week for her grand-childre"" DC who enlisted at Lexington. They visited the they were married at 5 o'clock in the 3C will sper.d-thsummer vacation here, following friends and relatives here parlors of the Phoenix Hotel. Atter congratulations and best wishes by Misses Jennie Warren and Charlotti last Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Speaks those who had accompanied them they INVESTFOR SALE-F- OR Wurren. of Stanford, spent last Tucs Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pollard, Misses Clode boarded an eastern bound train for Ice Cream Normally 's day with their aunt, Miss Jennie Dun Hell Speaks, Angie and Hannah Bourne, Washington D. C. and other points Mrs. Mosc Dorton, Mr. Albert Dorton, MENTS, JORJIOMES. can. east. The departure ot no one who all at the home of Mrs. G. It. Huffman I'arlor. Candies. nas ever left Lancaster is more regretHenry C. Green and Mr. and Mr. 5 room rent cottages, lights, water, Thu following was taken from i ted than that of Miss Edna. Mrs. Taggart of llloonilicld were week Always Rent $100. end guests of Miss Anna Hello Hum Shelby N. C. paper and will be of in bright and vivacious, and possessing streets, new, $750 each. terest to our readers; mrU ir . mm m C2r side. the womanly charms to make and hold each. Net return 12J per cent. dwelling. New, Suburban "On last Thursday evening about friends made her deservedly popular. Miss Jennie Duncan, Mrs. W. S, good location for home, $1000 for quick "thirty of Shelby's younger set enjoyed Mr. Ellis is the junior member of tlkin ami Mr. John Duncan, spent last u' most delightful moodlight picnic nt the firm of Thu Wilson Live Stock Co. sale. Rent $120. .Monday in Danville, the guest of rela Cleveland Springs, Attractive HOMES Modern. the event being in of Wilson N. C, He Is a young man lives. honor of two charlning Shelby visitors of sterling qualities and in every way modern dwelling, close in 2 acres for Mr. Story Herrou, who has a position Miss Mary Lee Lear of Ky., guest of well worthy of the bride of his choice. pasture or building lots. If sold within GO days $1750. with the Central Service Station nt her sister, .Mrs. Mack Wilkins, i;nd The following announcement has D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY Itichmor.d. spent Sunday with his par Miss Mary LeFnr of Gastonia. guest of been received by friends; enta hero. Miss Millicetit Hlanton."...."A charm "Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Woods Kav; Rcady-Made Pie Crustl Mr.'Jim Arnold of Columbia, S. C, ing'hospitality of last Week was the anaugh. Someone has Invented rendy-mad- e arrived in the city last Monday and is morning party which Mrs. Mack Wilk Announce the marriageof their daughter plo crust that will keep n n year. By with his mother, Mrs. Joseph . Arnold ins extended in honor of her sister, Edna tho evidences that have boou encoun.Miss Alary Lee Lear, of Kentucky, on on Danville St to Special lee Crenni fortius week.JI tered It might bo judged that many amlast Friday at 10:30 o'clock. The Mr. William Herbert Ellis bitious cooks have been experimenting Mrs. Una Underwood, formerly i Wilkins home on West Marion at re. resident of this city, but now of Lob was most attractively decorated in Tuesday, the seventeenth day of July for n long time with this object in Caro-me- l, Peach, Tutci view. We can guess now where soufo Nineteen hundred and seventeen, anon Junction, is the guest of friend lovely garden (lowers and u delightful of these new composition hlioe soles Lancaster, Kentucky. in the city nml county. Chocolate and morning was spent-Ii- y the twenty-llvoriginated. Providence Bulletin, At Home after August 1st, Misses Johnettn Farra and LaWrne fortunate guests in the merry game of Wilson North Carolina." Vanilla. progressive rook. After cards were Dickerson are enjoying part of their Telephone Meal Served summer vacation with Mrs. George laid nside, u tempting course luncheon Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guar was served." Mcuoberts of Covington. or money back. anteed to please Mowers, Stackers, Steel and People vvv Sweep Rakes, Walter A. Wood Mowers, Durham J. R. MOUNT & CO. 31 JOHN DEERE BINDERS, Gossip About Mr and Mrs John Iiurnside, of San Angelo, Texas, arrived this week nnd re, the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs James Iiurnside, on the Richmond road. tE M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. D fll llirli Jjj has THE HUPMOBILE DODGE BROS CAR the these satisfaction them. arc Herring, us, Bcttie West, pleased l. Arcade Garage " Co. 3CZDEZD CITY PROPERTY r NUNNALLY'S Candies Frulttl, Any Hour W. O. KING, jou No 202. Proprietor. DC 1L 1L 3C DC Mr. .Male Mouse, Danville's leading tonsorial artist, was in the city last Monday shaking hands wfth his friend and looking halo and hearty. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. MISS WOOD TO MUST FILE EX fill ill ii nig HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- s I!. i i i I I VARIETY STORE I A NEW KIND OF A STORE. New Methods, New Goods, New Prices. Our success depends upon our ability to save you money, and to enter to your needs in d way that will tllve you satisfaction. Come in and see this new store You will he pleased. We wunt your produce for cash or trade. Give us a call. I f Mr. and Airs, Claude Wheritt, of Miss Wood, of Danville, will speak New Orleans, arrived Monday night and are guests of Mr. Wheritt's par on Illiteracy, baturday afternoon ut thu ollice of Miss Jeiniio Higgins. All cuts. Mr ami Mrs. Tom Wheritt. the teachers in the county and ajiv inAir. i. sterling uerron, one ot our boys who is "muking good" in Cleve terested friends are asked to hear her. Miss Wood has a charming personality land Ohio, camu buuuay for a visit to nnd is ;t delightful speaker. She is his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Uerron. known to muny of us having spoken Mr. George Todd, of Lewisburg, 0., before the wommis club in tho winter. is expected soon for a visit with his Tl'ose who anticipate hearing her father Mr. C. II. Todd of Crah Orchard u treat in store for them. r.'id his sister Mrs. L. Manual of this .SPEAK ON ILLITERACY PENSE ACCOUNT. This year candidates for county, city and legislative ofllcea will havo li file their expense accounts both before and hai I' city. Mrs. Guy Hundley, Mrs. Albert Wingate, Mrs. J. L. Slavln of Danville and Mrs. Author Tuttle of San Antonla Texas, were recent guests of Mrs. T. BEAUTIFUL PARTY AT PRET i TY COUNTRY HOME. COY S. BE SAFE SANDERS. For See Me Tobacco Hall Insurance i Miss Mary May Walker entertained It. Slavin. at her pretty country homo Monday Friends hero of Gus. I. Dunn will be evening from 9 to ll;30 it) honor of her glad to learn of his promotion In the attractive houso guests, Misses Uoggis, Railway Held, having accepted a tui Manley, Wallace, Schneik, and the tion of honor In the Superintendents Misses Nazorof Mt. Carmel Illinois. olllce of the East Coast line at Miami, The house was beautifully decorated Fla. for the dtcasion with ferns, cut flowers, under tho provisions of the new law. It Is piovldcd that all euch candidates for. u party nomination must file sworn ktatvmeuts of their expenditures fif teen davs before and thirty days uftcr the date of the primary, making It Imperative that the filing of thu first statement be attended to before July :0lh. Tlie law Is u new one and this Acis thu first chance for a cording to its terms, any successful candidate failing to file loses his nomi nation, tho candidate receiving the next h'ghest vote and complying with the provisions being declared the nom inee. The same applies to tho case of a candidate exceeding the amount of money he can spend, that is allotted as a maximum to his ofiice. try-ou- t. niter the date of the primary election, PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will t3 upprcciated. PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, July 19. 1917. TOWN Being compelled to be away from home on business and having only two in family, for their convenience, I have concluded to move to my smaller place nearer town, thereby deciding to selL my Suburban Home "GLEN GABLES" where I now live on Lexington street in the city of Lancaster, Ky. I will offer for sale, on the premises, to the highest bidder i AT PUBLIC SALE. at 3 o'clock P. M. the said property containing about eight acaes of rich land, all in grass except garden and orchard. Five hundred feet of this property is fronting on Lexington street and is capable of subdivision in building lots, fronting east. This part of town is building up rapidly, four new houses having been erected during the past year beyond this property and two more new ones are under construction. " The house on this property, with large shady lawn in front, away from dust and noise, is 24 story's high and contains 1 1 rooms, hall two porches, and cellar and is considered one of tne best built and arranged storm sheeted frame houses In Garrard county. It is easily heated, being warm in winter and cool in summer. On this property is a servant house in back yard; a good stable with box stalls and wagon shed attached; a never failing bearing apple orchard and spring house. It is one of the best watered places for its size in the state. It has'two cisterns, one at house and one large one at stable and a good pond in corner of pasture, fed by a spring that has never been known to go dry, and beside all this, which is unnecessary, I have city water for bath room and kitchen. This property is only a short distance and on the same side of the street as the LancasterGraded school and is excellently located for small children going to and from school. Saturday, July 28th, 1917 THIS PLACE WAS FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE WALDEN PLACE. Property of this character is seldom ever offered at public sale and now is the opportunity of a life time for some one who wishes to invest in one of the most delightful homes in Lancaster. I will offer same in two or more tracts anil then as a whole and will accept bid or bids that bring the most money. There will be no. Terms made known on day of sale. I will be glad to sohw this property to any person tefoie day f fule. Phone No 1. Possession given December 1st. 11)17. COL. I. M. DUNN, P. S. things. TAKING Auctioneer. At the same time and place I will sell some furniture belonging to my mother, Mrs. E. M. W. B. MASON J. W.B. Mason, deceased, consisting of one parlor set, one Rosewood square piano, one walnut wardrobe and other CATHARTICS EVERY KAVANAUGH WEEKS DON'T CAMP I'AINT LICK Infallible Indication. When a man pays he merely (itaysj for pastime, the Indications uru be (Ults loser. Atchison Olohe. Kev. Eldridge held services at Irvine on Sunday. one euu. The Kavanaugh Conference Camp, to MissMaurineMcLin is visiting friends 'Alma Mater." be held July The big combination C, under the at Jackson. CURE STOMACH TROUBLE Tbe phrase "alma mater," ns applied direction of the Missionary Societies of A Worth.Whlle Habit. Dale Ties for sale. Hudson, Hughes Jo colleges nmt universities. f Mid to "It Ii worth thousand pounds and & Farnau. do not eliminate the poisonous the M. E. C. S. of the Louisville They when In The t)STc originated In the University jf year to have thoa habit of looking a on Dona, Oormnny. X Ktntye of the Moth-ojr'o- f Bile Accretion! from the system, so KentuckyConferences, will he one of Miss Jessie May Hammack is the Ior one 10 Pe Christ the alma isuiter, or be- tho bright side of things." Samuel declares a leading Chicago Stomach ",r guest of friends in Stanford. JollllDull. loved mother, stiuiTls over fhc doorway Often Gall Stones. Cancer cation or a week of camP lif- - Besides Mr. A. Ledford and family of Lexof tint famous seat of learning. From Agency and Ulcers of the Stomach and inte9. opportunities of rest and recreation, can et instruction in Bible study, ington are visiting relatives here. tines, Auto Intoxicasion. Yellow Jaun-n- e Fat Farm It the phrase received Its origin. Also 5-1- 0 Misslon 4'lU(iy Technical instructions. "I adroit that It Is mucji of an error! Mrs. Cockrell of Irvine is visiting her dice. Appendicitis and other dangerous to keep your Kplrlt thn growlug fat Where the Real Danger Lies. Loans. Mavr's anu first Am instruction, and inspira parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Shepailments are the consequences. ' A Hoston physician hns sounded the us to keep yinir to.i from growing Wonderful Itemedv is the ideal pres tion. One of the happiest features of herd. Murguret Dclond In dati-He- r fJVt." ") warning that there Is more or l?s cription for Stomach. Liver and Intes-- 1 ule camP "Ie ,s lne ao"M- - Here one Miss May Steeley of Williamsburg is (Vlintinnl.m Home In wearing clothes. There may bf, WonillllS Fabric Air Ducts. has restored millions.1"" meet und ,nke rindi with people the attractive guest of Mrs. T. J. Untinal ailments. It Fabric nlr iluctj Iiiivk been Invented but the most danger lies In IIh path means making fmrrlflce.s ; jou will glfe from all over Our State. All of this One dose will prove that it will help derwood for use In underground construction, of n innn Mho attempt to trip mer- up txtntoe to keep your tx!y llghn e you. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is for costs only ffi.75 for board and room. iidvnnttige that they can be rily through this life clad Ui Altered Jim win nave in givo up raulttlndli Miss Cleone MeWhorter has returned having-thThe registration fee, which must be sale by It. E Mcltoberts. ouslly removed If blasting Is to be dona mnhlnit and u two days' growth of nun gossip to Keep your heart llg sent to .Miss" Helen McCandless, ll4t S. from a visit to Mrs. Labau Kirk at und ns easily replaced. whiskers. ui mo euort pnjsl rloyd St, Louisville, Ky. by July lG. Paintsville., Miss Virginia Moran of Orlando Fla., one dollar. Iiy ull means do not fail COY ii ; to attend Kavanaugh Camp, Crestwood was the guest Trf Mrs. J. Wado Walket Mr, nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter were Kv, July the past week. 0, 19I7. week-envisitors at Huckeye. Mrs. Robert Ledfoid and children are visiting her mother. Mrs.. Richmond? Several from here attended pteuch- BUCKEYE In Dorchester, Va. ing at Antioch the past week , BSSSh SBMPM fI W. 'ruf- - Uooth of Kichmond is with Mr. and Mrs. Chas Shepherd have J, 0. liogie Jr., of Lancaster was n returned home after a short trip to week end visitor of Thompson Sander?, friends here. A retreat from the monotony of every day Detroit und other places. Mrs. John Turner and children of' Miss Mayme Stapp of Lancaster business cares away from the crowds where Miss Kutri Kay last week, Kogcr Kucker and little daughMrt. have returned home niter n'itcd you can stretch out and take things easy. Mr. A. U. Miles and Thorn ps Davis ter have joined Mr. Kucker here for a stay with Mr. Joe Turner. There are many ol these quiet tliady haunts to bo found at visit to Mrs. I. C Kucker. Urb Orchard on Friday, Kev. Don Carlos Jones will fill hi were Ashcville Mr. J. II. Collaway of Sinlthlleld, New England regular appointment at Scotts Fork, Miss Mayme Manly of Muyslick" is I visiting Saturday night and Sunday. her sister Mrs. J. E. Edwards, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Chattanooga Canada Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz and family Walker for the week end. Mr and Mrs. Elijah McMilUu and Niagara Falls Chautauqua Miss Willie Williams lias returned little niece, Roberta, were guests of , visited his parents near Ilanodsburg Michigan and Thousand Islands home after a few da s visit with her Saturday. Mrs. John Kay and family Sunday. Atlantic Seashore Great Lakes Resort CriiSjon Clov- -' Mrs. Kurtz of Harrodsburg has return- grandmother in Kichmond. Cow Peas, Iluckwheat, LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS OS SALE DAILY Miss Alary May Walker was hostess Sweet Clover seed jed home ufter several weeks visit with er, White Cowi returning unlit Oftahtr J.t. Hudson, Hughes & Faruau : relatives here. at a delightful altulr on Monduy even for sale. Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation in addition to tho popular open ulr pastimes. The Woniuns Missionary Society will ing in honor of Iter bouse guests. Master Cecil Sanders of Lancaster We shall be pleased to atrango tha detail jc( your trip. Mrs. Hurdette Ramsey Sr, left Mou' lias returned home after a two weeks meet at the Liberty Uaptist Church on Mrs. Thursday, Aug., t)th. day to make her hsrne with her daugh Coctult rcur local tk&l stunt, ur aJireu visit with his grnnd-motheAj.-i-t, Ii. C. KING, Diititoa l Mary Sanders. Mr. and Mis. Henry Anderson and ter. Mrs. John might at Stanford. 113 E. HiU Strut, LcilojtM, Ky. Mrs. Mary Sanders, daughter I'eachie children of Stanford visited Mr. and Misses Marie and Iva Ledtord and Mae, and grandson, Thompfou, were Mrs. J. M. Anion Sunday, Mr. Hays Ledford wete guests of their cntertuined at dinner Sunday by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill and, son sister, Mrs Itobert Ward, near Lancas Cronley ilroadus. . and Mrs. Smillie and Mrs. liogie were with friends ter, Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Docia Motcalf returned to her near Richmond last Saturday, Misses Hetty Perry and Elizabeth home in Painf Lick last week after a Flour in sacks or barrels. It Is guai-unite- d Huyden of Kichmond, Miss Sophia r delightful visit with her cousin, Mrs to please you or money back. Saunders of Stanford and Mr. Igo PerWa bar liurdette. Hudson, Hughes & Faruau. ry of Kichmond were hero for Miss Miss Elsy Whitaker has returned to Walkers party on Monday evening. v BOOKKEEPING tier home at Kirktville after several Mr. Gilbert Wilson has had another weeks with Mr, " w Sanders. s'ight attack of appendicitis. He is DAY FOR EXPENSES. For Sick Horses. For udiululstcrlng mullclne to horse an Inventor has patented a hollow, tverforuted bit with a funnel at 3 ""l P'3 InSUFed D. A. Thomas. 6 20Year Go Where Comfort Awaits You ii.n. V6 hi A ti .n.tr TYPEWRJTGuld Its FrMldcBt IWSiAX'IVSS&'X'lS: UtIMEIt CILLEIE Lu"ue Curtis of Bryantavllle and Mr. ,ZjXtJlS...CXtiS. Iluntur Wi.ltf.ra nf liunnlhul Mn ' ' l.,.v ' of sp.rl.ac la BB.rcBBtlu hy ihti Uo vjm been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kay. TELEGRAPHY ' vunie, nora aim now In Lexington to consult specialists with hopes of not having to undergo an operation, "his Is the third attack he has had but it is hoped that an operation will not be necessary. The Central Record, Thursday, July 19, 1917. RID .7 Making the Little Farm Pay By C. C. DOWSFIELD SHEEP Of WORMS. WH EELER'S DANVILLE'S LARGEST t. FURNITURE AND RUG STORE It will pay you to visit our new store in the new Gllchcr Hotel Building, and convince yourself that we are showing the largest line of FURNITURE AND RUGS of any store in Central Kentucky. We make a specialty of furnishing complete outfits to the newly weds. All goods are delivered free of charge within a radius of fifty miles of our store. If It is not convenient for you to pay all cash down, you can easily arrange to pay the balance at some future time. We carry a large line of Mtthod of Graduation Advtnd by Ohio Experiment Station. Sheepmen baring docks Infested with ftomach worms and tapeworms may frco tlio animals of sucii pes'ls by treatment beforo turning out to spring pasture. For this purporo a drench of copper sulphato has hecu found most In the flocks at tho Ohio ex pertinent station. Two fluid ounces of a solution made by. dissolving nn our.co of copper (bluo vitriol) In two quarts of water Is sutllclciit for a yearling, nnd cheep needs three fluid n ounces. A long nocked bottlo or a ril tier tuho ami funnel may bo ucd to glvo the dose. Mmt effective results follow when tho sheep nro fnsted for n day tiMU before nnd nftcr treatment. Water should not Lo given for" n" few hours preceding and following the dosing. Dlgcstlvo disturbances, ioor npnctlte, loss of .flesh nnd general weakness Indicate tho presence of worms. Ijimhs nre most seriously affected, the oxjierts nay. Mlddlng tho sheep of worms In tho spring will result In fewer lows In the lamb crop. CARDS. -- - Bucccs In farming depends on foiling ability to n greater extent thn.i ever before. In earlier days then- - wnn n lack of Office nt Itniney s Livery Stable. selling opportunity, but times have -LnncQster. Kentucky changed for the better. The parcel njidtho (out, ndciinnle railroad raplil gruv.-lof towns gle farmers tlitlr chance. With prices nn their present high level It does not require a large farm to return n living lncnm and something inon uofnl selling sTtnpTy mentis olitnlnlng H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheelei the greater part of the money paid by Doctors Of Dentil Surgery. It Is only fair that farmconsumer?. ers, who Invent In the In ml, take nil Orllcci Storme. HulhtlriKovei Hurt A ADitc! ion, mnttnre Miore, the risk nnd jierform most ofjlic labor, J LANCASTEH. KENTUCKY: I Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. CORN GROWING UNDER IRRIGATION METHODS Prepared by Cnltcd Rtntes department of agriculture. Tho greatest natural limitation to com growing tinder Irrigation In many scmlnrld sections nrc short growing seasons nnd extreme differences Dnnd iik-li-t temperatures. olmen d.i These effects may lie pnrtlally over-com- o by growing early maturing nnd adapted varieties, but It In not to L ex. peeled that ns largo jlolds tnu be secured ns nre possible In sections where tho seasons nrc long nnd temperatures The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men nnd Bojs. Best by test. EJvery pair tiaraniecd. Cook Stoves, Ranges & Refrigerators Co. G. C. COX. Manse.Ky All our goods arc bought in car load lots at a saving from 15 to 20 per cent to our customers. Prices and satisfaction guaranteed. A. F. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. - mora uniform. Many failures, however, nro duo to preveutnblo causes. Tho most common mlstnkes are overlrrlgntlon. too frequent Irrigations, too early Irrigation fRUER.S sriil.NCI IllRCCT TO 10.NSUMEE3. H. Lewis Anderson of Keren. ed her aunt, Mrs. C. S. Itoop, recently, Miss Maud llurnett Howling lias reMiss Florence Creech was the guest Min lnmi Wallace It the guest of turned home after several weeks vitit of Miss hllie Allen last Sunday night. Mr, Harrison May.. with her listers, of McWhorter Ky. Mrs. J. T. Ellen visited her brother. Hale Tici for sale. Mr. Zack Hester has brought his Mr. Nat Wilmott at Copper Creek last Wednesday. Hudson, Hughes A Parnau. bride to thin place which he has been Mr. ami Mrs. Ilalinrd Iloumhctl nrc preparing for her for quite n little . Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crutcher visited his sister, Mrs. Arnold flryant last tho proud parent! of a new baby girl. while. Sunday night. Mils Allle Creech was the guest of CARTERS VlLLB. The district school oened last Mon' Mm Bailie Anderson on Saturday night day at Carterville with Miss Eva Mer and Sunday. Mils Lillian Calico la very ill. ryman as teacher. Mil Bertha Howling of California in Mrs. S. M. Davis visited her niece, Deposit your wheat with us for Hour, the guest of her parants Mr. nnd Mrs. Mrs. Itobert Green lust Friday. We handle only tho beat first patent A. T. Bowling. to please you Hour am Mra. Klizn Conn visited her daughter or money it is guaranteed Mra. 0. W. Conn and Mrs. J. U back. Hudson, Hughes & parnau, Wcdnaday with Mr, nnd Mra. Pierce Allen Saturday night. ColJiniii spent Mn. II. I. Conn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pierce Allen entertainMr. and Mrs. Tilden Williams of Miss Willie Gaines Anderson was the ed a number of friends last Sunday. Texas wero guests of his mother, Mrs. Miss EHic Dawson of Kirksville visit C. P. Jennings last week. wceVs nd guest of Mr. and Mrs. MAWSE. should receive the major part of the money Involved. Tho closer tbey get to the consumers tho more certain they are to secure their proper proportion of tho cash paid for commodities. Ill nearly nil farming communities nro a few men who stand out prominently by nnnou of their success lu marketing their products. Others of In producing equal Industry nnd crops fnll far behind In the tnnttcrof Dealing with money compensation. private customers nnd obtaining retail prices or with n sufficient number of neighbors so that both shipping nnd selling may be properly man-nge- d will lift many farmers out of the J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky- Faint Lick. Honaker Fine. Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts, Five Tift" Lower Tire Cost Than Ever NOW 'Chain', the 'Utco' and the 'Plain, on. for .retry n.ed of price and ute, produced by the larg.it rubber manufacturer In the world, produced by the moit experienced tir. manufacturer In th. world, produced by time. tried, excluitre, patented, vulcanizing For, in tho old days, tir.i not onljr coat motorists mora per tire, but ware also so far Inf.rior to the jir.ient product, that th final coit the coit per mile w.i from 50 to 100 or more per cent, higher than you pay now. United Stutet 77rri the 'Royal Cord', the 'Nobby', tho proc.il, dous sales increases of United Statei Tires. produced of only the moit carefully selected materials have so far ecllpi.d every other make of tire that United State Tiree are famous for their mileage-givinqualitiee their low cost per mile. The proof ? the consistent and persistent tremeng I United States Tires Are Good Tires for Every Need of Price and Vie 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby 'Chain' 'Utco' 'Plain' A Tir Vnllttt Stetet Tl'DHS anil TIUB ACCI.SSO. Klksllare All IheStnttw llurlhonit llar thet Make L'ntteii Slatee Tiret Supreme A Complete Stock of United States Tires carried REX GARAGE, LANCASTER rut. For myself, I have mndo n success of In direct selling to private families. Veterinary Surgeon. this way I dlsiHo of the output of a L'JK.. - dairy of twelve cows, bcUcs poultry Calls answered promptly, day or products nnd some fruit, vegetables, . hoyey nnd flowers. These supplies go night. Phone readily at full retail prices In n town Lancaster, Kentucky. two miles from tho farm. I havy a few customers In one of tho larger cities who nrc served by pnrcel iost or express. I know from the luqulrles M.D received that I could Just ns easily sell ten times us much produce. Slimy farmers do not mako this effort. Corn cut away to show a baked Phone 365-As showing-th- e demand for fresh and cracked soil. This land should oomitrr mixture- - I nm lipnnnlnteil with have been cultivated after lrriga. Hon as soon as the ground could BUCKEYE, KY. two women in different localities who ' be worked. buy up eggs, poultry, butter, fruit, etc., to city families, each and deliver direct and too little cultivation. Tho farmer using a horse nnd wagon for tho pur-- ' woo has been accustomed to regard a pose. Olio of these women went Into shortage of molsturo as the chief cattso the country upon n farm when her Bourbon Poultry Remedy of crop failure loo often, concludes that t husband's health gnvo out and prob. (irrigation will euro nil Ills nnd insure ubly had the wNdom to sec that ns a sou uiu uui uute uac& i" iuu mimcr j largo yicius. drinklnir water cures fiAHFS When tho eurfaco soil Is kept wet tho the btrength or tho weight to pouud a anilrrcvcntswUlto i living out of tho soil. There are dlf. temperatures aro lowered by rapid Ulan hoca. cholera ami oiher chick lleav-s- . One tottln mates I foront ways, however, of making n llv. evaporation, and tho result Is slower ts 12 gallons of medicine. At Valu delayed maturity. If cultl-- , lug, nnd this unall mid rehned woman or tir raall prntpaM. growth nnd alio iioultry buok Itxv vii retjuet. bo delayed until tho eurfaco soli faw an opportunity to benefit Iwth vatlon ItUltOI ItlEtr CO.. lulijlw, I;. begins to bako nnd crack, roots nro ex-- farmers nnd consumers by doing a, Sohl by R. E. McRoberts. She drives about lse"d nud cultivation may theu bo very produce business. j through tho country picking up poul-- ' Injurious. Small corn plants do uot nxjulro n try products nnd light high grade , tcrlal and then takes them to town., HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. mols'titro supply, narly lrriga-tlons'stlniulato an excessive growth of where she sells out to good advantage, j Tho large, Bappy fetalks usually I Tho farmers arc nil pleased to ileal , This Agreement Witnesseth; That stalk. do not produco as much grain as those I with her. Hie seems to bo popular nil in order to protect the game on our normally dcveloisnl nnd nro less likely along tho way. Itefore she left towi lands for n period of three years we to reach maturity beforo fall frosts sho was a stenographer, uud her jsiuiid bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor lug tho keys of her machine has evt permit anybody else to do so. and we occur. On lafld that Is well cultivated and , denlly taught her lmw to tom li the further agree to prosecute with dilikept frco from weeds It Is usually uu- - keys of human nature m in to produce necessary to lrrlgalo com until nbout ' a good Imprcstlou. This woman Is do gence all persons who violate, the game tho tluio tho tassels nnd ullks begin to i lug well at her business, ami shu has laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our A good mpply of water Is certainly set us all an example of how lands for the purpose of hunting. And npjiear. needed ht this time, uud irrigations aro to develop a good trade lu n new way we further agree to act ns Deputy g of much benetlt to tho plants tu produc-- ' and In n new motion. There Is unre Game Wardens for the purpose of Ing and developing ears. Thcso Irrl-- money to bo made lu tho future by out this agreement. Except each cations bhould bo thorouch and follorr. loathing how t reach, the cnusimicr of us have the right to kill rabbits on ed ns soon as possible by cultivation. dlrcvt thau, theio eer will be In pro- our uirms or permit it to be done by Irrigating in furrows or shallow ducing larger cus. another under our supervision, or the rows Is better lu several other tares I know of ditches between tho corn than flooding tho whole surface nnd al- fariueis who have developed busi- supervision of some responsible and lowing tho water to come lu contact nesses of this hlncl from coming lu von. reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915. tact with a growing li.t of ciitlo'iicrs with tho cornstalks. who leiiulird iui.re ttuft than one phi e It. I.. Klklu. of Irrigations necessary J. E. Kobinson, depcuds upon the typo of soil and the proiliue. Kverythlng io!nts t Jno. M. Kurru, W. H. Brown, amount of moisture supplied by ruin. the fact that American fntmers nro V. Alex Walker, II. Hurton. On (imago loam soils two or three Ir- fmo to face with a great opportunity T. A. Elkin. rigations, aro usually sutllelcut. Lato for lulviuicemeut. Iluslness piluelplei Haseldeu liros., P. M. Tinder. Irrigations delay maturity, should bo Introduced Into farming for J. II. Dalton. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. l ononile etllcleney, with G. M. Deshon, both to producer nnd tunsumer. .1. N. Uoss. Exercts. For Ewea. I'ltrmers lu particular communities Kisher Herring, II. II. Cox, The moro exercise tho cwo eels tho should del clop Maplo products, Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, healthier nnd stronger tho lambs are ' them nud btudy Vihitt market Withers tiros, W. M. Mahan. likely to bo. The ewes will also deliver tu reach nt n given tlmu and the bet William, Marcus and Jim White. tbelr lambs moro easily. Eomo men 11. P. Wilmot, hauling the roughago for the iiK'thwl of khliipl;ig. J. 1). I'ope, ewes to tho field nnd spreading it nbout Kred J, Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, Durabl. Concrete Til. lu email bunches. Tho ewes will then (V. Elmore, W. It. Cook. Concrete tile, if properly made, are J, obtain cxcrclso by runulug about from Huffman Bros, very durable. Cau.es of failure may T. C. Itankin. plnco to place. On wet, rainy or stormy Wm. G. Anderson. days tbey should bo left lu tho tarn, lo llliccd ,0 1,10 l"w l,f ,0 Uwi or 100 Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss liardenlug nud T. M. Arnold, Jr, " IllU"ft'. Impn-pebut whenever tho weother Is nt alt Jno. M. White, favornblo tbo ewes should bo out of Pacing In tlio ground too soon nftcr It. E. Henry. Bright Herring. The tllo neol at least thre A. D. Itradshaw, doors for exercise. Olio should not at- Scott Huffman low tbo fleeces of tbo sheep to get soak- - or follr necks' curing nud hardening It. L. Barker. before It Is safe to lay them. Ing wet In tbo winter time. Wm. and Llizio Onitott 30-1- Dr. Printus Walker. J.E.EDWARDS, M f '?QneDrop ilruB-irU- . ( 1 o I 1 bene-filia- . stand-urdlz- o I r I Trie Central Record, was delightfully cntertalred by Miss Thursday, July t9, 1917. M Mf Ml W VI I Mf flf Vt W W t ttf W Levlsa'llnrrls at her beautiful country The homo on Saturday Afternoon. FARMER'S COLUIft nfternoon was spent very enjoyable with Miss Harris. At this meeting this chapter gave $21 to the Red Cross' "-Immu pc below inn me ototirl.tm.r nhcrltr.aiid li for work. " .b ill o( t:ce.itui aiM "icli hi The Community ltevlvnl at thoChrl-tla- n lh timr c.imol aSonl lo litn DUCKS IN HOT WEATHER. church conducted by Evangelist! ccfit OT.r lour No notice will b llie. Hot', mid will IwonlTln 'wo l.inet ol Ihc VT Brooks and Samuel Lewis, Is being itromi, tree olciiarre largely attended each evening and Young Quacks Thrive During Mentha of July and August. much Interest Is being manlfeited. All Ijite chickens aro usually stunted by dipping tank, cart the different churches are lending their FORSAI.E:-- A hot weather. But have tho farnt'wo-me- n Mra. C. A. Robinson. assistance and the sermons by Evangeand harneu. tried raising summer ducks 9 list Brooks as well as the solos by Mr Strange as It may seem, duckling Lewis, are greatly enjoyed. thrhe best In hot weather, and It U For Sslc Two good 1 hone wagon', Mr Robert II. Glvens. of this county, during July und August that 1 hutched will sell cheap. If taken at once. of Huff Sucks, write passed away at the hospital In Danville my large Marsee. Nelson tu the Kansai Saturday, where he had been taKen for an Oklahoma woman r treatment, after tho death of his broth- Farmer. Ducklings lire early and latu foragers. FOR SAIiEj Two Dnroc .Jersey, er, Mr James A. ,Glvens, about two nn registered boars, also freh milk cow. weeks ago. Deceased had been in ill It Is no uncommon night tu rce In old the Ulihly groping blindly around H. F. Kobinson Phono Rf,3-health for some time and his death did not come as a shock to his many friends FOR SALE: Two nice young red and loved ones here The remains were W. Elmore. brought J. cows. Good milkers. to the home of his only sister. Mrs Uettie McKinney, in this city, FOR SALE An exlro good Herford Sundny afternoon, when funeral serJack Bourne. vices were conducted by Rev. l L. bull, one year old. Bruce, after which the interment folgcod yearling lowed m the Buffalo Springs cemetery. FOR SALE; One extra Clarence Green. bull. 51 POULTRY AND EGGS POULTRY PICKINGS. 1f Don't aril nil the alron;, sturdy birds, The farmer mil. t have that kind to uy lilm n g od : mill. If e wmit ctili t with lift? enoiieh to liac n we tiiiist ni!d lnl'rifdin. The ililil.i-- Btimti'd hi growth what It inlisht tieter hiiv Ik vu huil the detelopniiMt I W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Omce.Piititie 18. Residence F'honc 33. IHIIltlllllOll.l. A too heavy diet of grain Is upt to prmluci' srtli: In Turkej's nn1 t'ti-- lively giunn hi Inwn, Illinois mid .M. iourl. gw. The latter atnte, pmiluces the itr It l rtliin iliil. lilinit-er Rre-ite- t llix-k- w t' r; vt n r; t; vi vi u i rs a vJ FEEDING THE HENS. Table Ration For tho Back Yard F!o:W. United States depir'mrnt of agriculture. The Idea of feeding garbage to n IhH'lt of chickens niny Intrude en llie fienslMllttes of Mine, says II. A, ltoti The erts In the Philadelphia Idea, however, 'Is more npjinrcnt tlinn real. We ptefer to use the term "tnMo scraps" anyhow since there Is ulfiVr enn Utvicen the two. Celery ti.ps and Thoto by Scraps a ValuabU Dtaw A Check for the money youtiv c nntl note how much more res- FOR SALE A good Poland Angus YOUNG bull, ready for service. Kirhy Tenter. HEN AND WOMEN WANTED HE '5sKtiiliiiHiHiiBSdhKsvvQ t Rankin Brothers sold 130 head of young 1200 pound cattle to Monte Fox for ( Four hundred and eighty-threyeara twelve cents n pound. men. from sixteen to twenty-on- e of age (not subject to conscription) and V. S. Embrv sold a nice .three vear tWQ lmndrej anj thirty-livwomen arc old mare, by Bleuchtr. to Brewer WBntMi l0 fake tiic training necessary Layton, ror ?jw. to quafy them for positions in banks, mercantile houses, .railroad offices, etc. For Sale:, 50 Browni! Leghorn hens, , -positions made vacant by the first and V.7 one year oiu hi ?i entii. i second drafts of bookkeepers and ate 1, Mrs. Fred J. Conn, Route Lancaster Ky, nographers. YOUR MONEY BACK I ," Young men wnoqualify at Draughon'a Clay Sutton bought a fine pair of three year old mules of Kinnaird for Shorthand work with the Govern Bourne this week, for which he paid ment and are drafted for Government $430. Knowing ones say they are cheap service will get back every cent bf the money that they pay for tuition if they are not given office work, instead of STANFORD trench work, with the Government. We have on file letters urging us to Mrs. T. N. Aldridge is visiting relatrain, as fast as possible, yourg men tives and friends in Frankfort. and women for these positions, which Miss Lucille Cooper is thcuest of pay from NINE HUNDRED toTWEI. Mrs. Phelps Cobb, near Danville. VE HUNDRED dollars a yeur to begin Mrs. John B. Mershon, of Somerset, on. By thorough Draughon methods is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. t he methods that business Men indorse C. Hill one can learn Bookkeeping & Shorthand Miss Mary Bailey has returned home by mail' as well as at college, and can after a visit to relatives and frieuds in learn by mail at the cost of Harrodsbuag. learning at colleg". Write to Draugh- Mrs. Gecrge F. DeBorde spent sev- on's Pratical Business College, Nash eral days in Crab Orchard with relat- ville, Tenn. ives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, of OFFICIAL NOTICE have been the guests of Dr. The following is a list of all persons for Watklnsand family. Mr. and Mrs. John Hale and Mrs. Ed. whom Nomination papers have been Hale, of Kansas City, Mo. are the guests Med wilu the Cou.nty clerk uemoqratic lanuiaaief. of Mrs. Woodie Hale. for Sjtate Senator. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton M. Sauflev. of. v " Richmond, were week-en- d guests of Jay Harlan, Danvillv. Ky. relatives and friends here. Joseph R. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. Miss Katherine Warren, of Wooster, H. Clay Kauffman, Lancaster, Ky, O., id thi guest ot her parents, Mr. For Representative in Legislature. and Mrs. Walter Warren. J. Hogan Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. Mr. V. R. Fox. of St. Louis, Mo., Jas. A Beazley, Lancaster, Ky. For County Judge. has returned home after a visit to his. ' C. A. Arnold. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fox. A. D. Ford. Little Miss Martha Wallace Cover, ' For County Clerk. of Crab Orchard, is the gyest of her Jeptha Onstott grandmother. Mrs. Bowan Grover. W. A. Doty Misses Frances Cormney and Alpha. J. Bruce Lawson Fowle have been the house party guest For County Attorney of Miss Ruth Spear, near Houstonville. j G. C. Walker Mrs. Annie Newland is the guest of For Shentr her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Adums and A. K. Walker son. Joe Mack Newland at Lexington. For Jailer Mrs Mildred Beazlev has returned to! David Ross Lancaster after a visit to her daughter, Jack Adams Mrs. Will Hays and .on. J. L Beazley. For Assessor E B. Ray Little Miss Iviuise Jones hasVeturned For Coroner from a visit to her grandparents, Mr. ' S. H. Anderson and Mr. S. II. Martin, nt Mt. Vernon. R. B. Wilkinson Mrs. 'A. S. Hule and son, of Somert J. H. Smith set, have returned home after a visi- -' For School Supeiintendant to" Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fox and fumily. 1 Jennie Hlggini James liurton, who is with Sears, For Justice of Peace. Magisterial Dist. Roebuck & Co., has been here for sevJ. II. Clark l. eral day with Misses Bcttie and Mat-ti- e For Justice of Peace. Magisterial Dist. Paxton. . one-sixt- h i.2t-pI I ' Muscovy ducks are lit Kreat favor and are highly regarded for the table They are tho Jarpesl ot all ducks, ilia utAndVra n tight At tho drake being trn tounds and of tho duck, eljtht pounds. The duck pictured Is a Iuscov) In i:uroi dark nml trying to follow her Bus.? foragers. When the un hot and water Is available they enjoy liest all to dhe into It's cool depths after of crawfish, frogi nnd water luict. Some people may wonder where I pet the esgs to hutch. This Is very simple, ns I raise tho Muff ducks, vthlcli arc nil year layerx, nml I ulnajs have the liest success batching the eggs. I have heard women eumpluln that thAr ducklings ute too much. Upon being tltiratlonetl they ndmlt that thoy foil thetu nt least half a dozen times day and the ducklings Just hung around the house wnltlng for more feed. Such management, hotrod, would be profitless, but young ducks, llko pe. pie, can be trained to lie luzy or Indus trlous. They nre smart creatures ami noon team wuen to expect tneir meats, I always feed them early In the luurii lug nml Inte at night when the chick ens are on the ruosts. During the day they are uhvsjs off foraging among weeds nml grasa or In tho water. Quite often they find mo much that 1 feed them only enough tu let them know tuey have not been for' gotten. . They certainly convert wuste Into meat. 1 kmmx of nothing that grows to maturity more iptlckly than ducklings. I feed tbem all the tough lettuce leaves from the garden, us this Is ouo thing that cannot 1k dried or can ned, and young ducks llko nothing bet ter. In tho fall I find that my ducklings have grown to be ducks weighing from six to eight pounds each. It Is needless to tell of the good prices I get for them, on the market, or the feathers, fancy stock and eggs I fctli, of tho neat sum of money I havo realized, nearly all clear profit. which Is the tops of Iwts and other tegrtnble the outer leaves of lettui-e- , vcgetililp Iiarlfigs. dlale bread, ends of tuett, left overs of cereals, Mitir milk nnd mls-- el (ntieous tu We scraps are none the le they nre stich; they hHV edible lost none of their value us food I'rolH'ily fed and by that we mean fed In it sweet, W holoonio cotnlltloti-t,he- re U no f4od In the worl I for poultry tlan table scrnps. The fm t that they nre tt mlitiire of olds n'td rtiii gives them their chief virtue, "hlcli I bli'!.-- '''ft; Pwls :.! Tnvijrl'ilily do oil table than those gltrn u rlugle grain diet, M h ;s. s ar; perfe-lund thy renvoi So oiie altlcle of foist whf uuiuit.ii.i health and lor. The fowlV yHte.n, like the human taMo. requltvs inrlet lsx-aur pectfully your creditors re- They like to do business with n man who hns nn account nt the k'nrd you. They know he Is doing open such an account will grow all right. Trail Co. bulncss In a busiress like way. Iletter even if jour affairs are not large. Thev Garrard Bank & The Garrard Bank & Trust Company l ' ATTENTION 2SS2 FARMERS For the next thirty days, we are making special prices on ill ROOFING, BeV BOXING. NAILS, ETC. FRAMING, ."sViijiaaaaBlflawi The Uluatratlon sIioms a Hood fattening chicken and a cull. To tho left, a good t of chicken far fattening fur a broiler: to the right la a poor type. Buy now as prices this fall are sure to be higher. v. 0 GRAINS FOR POULTRY. George G, Menefce, of Birmingham. Ala., has been here for several davs with hu patents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. A.. F. Boards has joined her husband here and they will soon go to housekeeping in the property of Mrs. Laura Hundley, on Logan avenue. Mr. und Mrs. James T. Menefee, of Cleveland. Ohio, who have been here visiting Ins parents. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Menefee, have returned home. Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder, Miss Martha Tinder. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden and Miss Jane Huselden, of Lancaster attended tho community Re- ' vtval here Thursday evening. D,',.M' S?,r'?r News has been received here from i J8 J1"1"'"0''. Clerk of the Garrard St. John,. Kansus. of the arrival of a little son at the home of Mr. und Mrs. R. M. Fisher. The little fellow has the foiegoing is u list of Democratic and Republican Candidates for whom been named William Penny Fisher. Nomination papers have been filed, and Mis Florence Trueheurt, who has the same is hereby certified to the Cenbeen In Pittsburg, Pa. the last schol. tral Record for Publication, as required asticyearis here for the summer. by law. She was accompanied by Mrs. V. U. W. Witness my hand this 16th., day of Darlington and son, of IJatbourUlle, July 1917. W. Va. Joe Hamilton, Clerk Garrard't'o. Court The D. A R. Chapter of this city By N. C. Hami'ton, D. C. Valuo of tho Various Ctrsals at Msat and Egg Producers. There Is more nutriment In whltu oats or white middlings thntt there Is In the brown kinds. Damaged wheat or hcretminss full of cock e Ale danirer. oils foods, says the Tarm Journal. Oat meal If fed too freely will cause n loos. ness of the bowels. Millet wed con, talus considerable ileslt foiiulng material. There is more Istne and intikcle food In barley than there Is In wheat. but the fowls seem to prefer the latter. Iirun Is J.ixntlvu mid hhotild be In the lally bill of fare for both old mid rouiig. There Is not the fiittcuhig prolate Logan Ison . For Justice o'f Peace. Magisterial Dist. In while corn that theiy Is In yellow. hc.it Is (Jie most complete grain, but J. is. Ham 3. must never be fed nloiipf Oats nre n For Justice of Peace. Magisterial Dist, muscle food, while whetit makes feath. M Metcn)f ers. Ilye Is n poor poultry food and Renublican Candidate- snot relUheM by fowls. Ilolhtl rjo will produce butt el ilNturbanri s. Ilroom For Representative in Legislature corn heed Is relished by fowls. The For County Judge composition of corn !. lurg'ely xtureli. rorest.Stapp Wheat, nuts, bran und middlings are j For County Clerk egg foods. Coin furuUhes he.it nnd J. B. Bourne fut. It has been computed that In u For Assesior hundred pounds of outs there nre fifA. T. Scott teen pound of flesh forming material, or Jus,ic of pounds Ministerial Dist. klx pounds of fut, forty-seve- n of stnrch, two pounds of bone forinlng Harrison Ray 3. f oisl und twenty' pounds of husk or fiber. Jesse Simpson ., orJustice "t l'ace. Magisterial Dist. Hurley Is u grain hard tu digest and should bo fed only occulouully. W. McQuerry 4. j If there Is not variety the apietlte be. ooincs Jaded. Finally this means Impaired health, a fulling off In production and failure. If you would hale proof that chickens really relish table scraps offer them a plate of luiefulty assorted tidbits from the kitchen along with the cystoma ry grain ration ami note jvhlch they devour first. If they do not fight and scrituihle for the table scrups to the exclusion of the (.lain It v. Ill lie tho Ilrt case of Its kind that has come to tho attention of ilie writer. Tho In-li-t wily to frvj 1','hh' scraps W to run them through n MuidW! iu this ,u,v luuny uriieitg ure iniiixisi vtiucn would otherwise be wasted. I'or ex ample, the (nil end of it kteuk, whleh consists largely of fut ami gristle, can not be k wallow cd by the fowls ut oiu operutlou. If left to their ottp. deilres the fowls will peck ut It for hoUTs uud drug uud fuss It around the house or jul'd until it become.) filthily dirty, which Is not exuetly wholesome. If Is run through the this piece of kli-ngrinder und reduced to edible length' It Is" speedily cuteii' lKforo it bus u liuiiKe to become dolled or spoiled. The sumu Idea holds true of many oilier unities. Kggshells may U J"ihI lo fuwltt If they ure ledtk-is- l to n Kroiind couilltluu, whcieas it would In Unwise tu fiist them In I ho form of shells for fear of nturlltig the habit of egg eating v Crop Bound Fowls. A. H. Bastin & Son As-best- os i We carry H. W. Johns Manvllle Famous Roofing. 1 WHITE day. Itatnta utiu vmui ft.! 1 SWAN fefea? We have opened up the Lancaster Ele- fTI.a1.aasa Maflfl. ... I tiuur miiis ana are running every I We have an expert miller with us and are turning out as good ''. Llmbtrntck of Fowls. Tills disease Is Indicated by u partial loss of control of the muscles of tho neck, u form of paralysis resulting from Intestluul poisons, generally duo to eating putrid unluial matter or Provide Shad For Chickens. musty gruln. A fowl cannot hold Its Do not neglect shade In the chicken head upright, but twists It around from yard during thu hot, sunny days of side to side and staggers alxjut drunk, summer. It Is utt act of simple huonly. The disease Is not contagious', manity, but Is ulso u source of net though very often It is stubborn to gain, since) the Hock thrives much betcure. Determine cause of condition ter If It Is so protected, uud d not and treat accordingly. Give the bird acgiect to give fresh, cool water purgative, epsoiu salts or castor oil. M hard und swollen condition of tho crop Is by mi obstruction to the outlet from the irop or by gorging large ipiantltles of gruln, uhlch awells nml ferments. The fowl Is droopy; It has a purplish color, uud it sour smell tug Ihiuld run from Its mouth. Give castor ell or u largo dose of olive oil. klicnd the crop with the fingers until It become. soft under the effs.'ts of the oil and then hold the bird with Its head downward ami try to empty the contents of the crop. Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will sppreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & flicks.