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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 21, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918022101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 21, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 21. 1918. . a well re spected old colored woman died at her home the thirteenth. She was 7rt years i The rarrled d.iwn wilh It old and liked by all who knew her. J morn than Its own weight in American She Hold old clothing, etc., for a good many people ahout town and her. paclflam. daughter. Zulu Higgins wishes anyone Every dialoyal word alnka a screw in having clothing ut her home to please an American's coHlh. Are YOU driv- call and get them. ing tcrewa? NUMBER 47. in nririnr PLOWING gear together. 0 BF-- TIME That new American bread has the COLORED AUNTIE" taate of Victory. Aunt Harriett Hnbinson and see Prepare for the March wlnda DEAD. Gaines about a Tornado nolic) fwmwwvm& w&?&w&&i&w& S HEADQUARTERS ORIGINAL FOR g American Fence ANDGENUINE Get your plows and plow There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait m.til you are ready to hitch up. Wc have what you need. Come and see. TAX. LOST: -- A lilack and while listed TO Ite- (Jilt. Weight about M pound. Every farmer in the county should ward, this olllcp. come to Lancaster next Monday and If there ia any conaolation in the hear Itevenue Collector John W. Hughthought of an Iceless summer we ahould es and Hon, Chas. (5 Spalding, of Lebanon, an expert revenue man, explain have that conaolation now. in detail the INCOME TAX, which They aay Trotaky la a newspapsr seems to have ac many "up a tree" at man. It'ads more like n press agent this time. The talk will be made at for the Harnum & Ilailey Shaw. the Court House at 2 o'clock and every body, eapeclally the farmers are urged Intliratinna kre that we are tn have to attend. heavy windatorma in the early Spring, Iletter aee Gaines for a Tornade policy. SPEAKE FARM SELLS. hoys in Camp have rehelled Through Swinebroad, the real estate against German meatles and want the man, the farm of J, W. Speake aa adThey'd much prefer vertised In the Itecord for the past two name changed. plain old itch. weeks, sold yesterday according to buyer was schedule the Flour, made under Gov Mr. JohnandHall, fortunate Try Corn The farm contains ernment regulations- forty acres and brought $0500, about Hudson, Untitles & Fnrnnii. $lfiO. an acre. Live stock and farming implements sold well. Cows were in The man with the hoe is a back num grtal demand; one bringing $88; one her. Its the man with the tractor and $75; u mia' and G pigs bringing $73; a gang plow that this country is encour few gilts at $33. each. aging right now. Our The hog is the moat patriotic citizen NICE TRIP AHEAD. among ui. No matter how much or Mr. J. G. Hurnside and daughter, how little he ia worth, he keeps right Mrs. J. V. Arnold, left Tuesday for on rooting frr ua. Hirmingham and other points of inter was merely est in the South, the most important Perhaps Ilindenhurg apringing a prematurely April Fool's one, being a trip to ihe George II. joke when he fixed April I, as the date l'aul lands of Florida, which at this he would occupy I'aris. time is attracting the attention of many of our Kentucky friends. They will be The slacker in the poultry ard is accompanied from here by Messrs W. su unpopular on the farm as the slacker on the farm is becoming in II. Turley, James Hockadav and Sam Lackey, of Madison, and will join the other parts of the country. Florida special train at Hirmingham. This is the season of the Year that This excursion will be in charge of Mr. the garden microbe shows signs of re- J. V. Arnold and he promises all a deturning life, and every warm day lightful trip. hatches out millions of them. Mr. Hurnside will visit his son, Mr. John Hurnside, at San Angelc, Texas, liMany a lawyer litician -i at last before returning to Kentucky. his realized hii ambition to serve have country. Those questionnaires ADDRESS. FINE PATRIOTIC kept them going at a lively clip. EXPlIlfTlciE Conn EH m Brothers. DEE Wire Fence, Vulcan Plows h lQ rT LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. .Collars, Britchen, Hames. ii IE HASELDEN m BROS Kentucky (a El m m d mm . fl Milks Healthy Lows are the results of feeding Lancaster, NINE MORE - MANAGER CORNN Service. Accepts Position At Frankfort. International Stock Food Let All Called Into The Military Your Stock Have It. f v IWcRobepts Drug Store $5.50 LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L Wheat uiidillini!, rye middlings, pure wheat bran, mixed feed, corn, hay, straw. Horss and mule feed. Hudson. Hughes &. Farnau. Chancellor Von llertling says that Germany must be thoroughly whipped before she will agree to the terms on which a just and lasting peace can lie secured. For once, the Chancellor is thoroughly in accord with his foes. The Washington Tost would have Or. Garfield wlthold fuel from Con gress when next those hot debates are pulled off. on the grounds that the Capitol is already sufficiently heated by hot air. Hut hot air is their food, not their fuel. The American (lag is at half-mafor the brave bova who went down Hut American with the Tuscania. anger ia at white heat and American courage at one hundred per cent efficiency and when the day of reckoning comes the full price will be exacted. Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND The Gentral Record COMBINATION Your Home Paper and the Best Known Dally News, paper of This Section. AN EXCELLENT Subscription orders" nt this combined rnte limy be sent to the It was the irony of fate that while nllko of the Cent nil Record or to K. K. McRoberts, the Couricr-JournChamberlain, Hitchcock, Wadaworth . iii!eut. and other Senators were telling the Ilerr Vernstiano Von Carranza ha; telegram tn the sent a congratulatory kaiser on the occasion of the latters birthday. When this country finishes with lh master it will have leisure to attend to the msn. That little German colony misnamed Mexico, has it still coming to It. I Light Your Farm with 1 Senate how ioorly prepared our soldiers were, the bova "over there" were sailing into the Germans in true American fashion and winning warm praises from the Allies, COMING IN MARCH Drv J. J. Hyrne tho well known optician will make his usual spring trip tu Lancaster in March. Electricity. ft S? REAL ESTATE BARGAIN. SAFER than oil. BETTER than oil. CHEAPER than oil. It. Let us talk to you about Hie house and four acres of land on Dayville street, known as the George IVtllant hIai-la for ant4. Pn..i!nn January 1st. 11)19. ii. u. vvamer. & DWELLING BURNED. I A BASTIN BROS. vi.ERTRIC in Hi " LIGHT PLANT. ."J V. This Is to certify that my dwelling on Lexington pike which was recently destroyed by fire was insured by K. C. Gaines, the Insurance man, anil the loss was paid promptly and In full, and I take great pleasure In recommending Mr. Gaines is an Insurance agent and adjustor who always seeks the interest of his customer. J. A. KICK. Mr. J. It. Cornn, who has been man The Local Exemption Hoard has sent out notices to those who are to be ager of the Hastin Telephone Company called into the military service of the for the past three years hus accepted a United States, it being the last of the mure lucrative position with the Home Telephone Company at Frankfort and first quota of white men. These men have been called to report will move with his family there about in Lancaster next Monday morning at March 1st. Mr Cornn has made many 7:30 o'clock, February 23th. They will friends during his stay in Lancaster, leave on tho local thnt morning and all of whom wish him much success In connect at Stanford with the special his new field. He is advertising the sale of his household effects in this bound for Camp Zachary Taylor. Those who failed, tn hear the patriotic The following nine compose the quo- issue of the Itecord. which will be Sataddress given by Prottssor Charles A. ta: Willie Long, Lancaster, John urday afternoon. Keith, of the State Normal at Itich-mon- Shearer, Uryantsville; Joe P. Wheeler, at the court house last Monday Lancaster; Burnam T. West, Lancas- WAR SAVING evening, missed one of the best things ter; Robert Meadows, Lancaster; in this line we have had here this win- Mason Pointer, Lancaster: Wildur L. STAMP AGENTS. ter, or since the outbreak of the pres- Scott. Buena Vista; Wm. V. Jonea, ent war. Professor Keith was brought Lancaster and George Wylie, The following post offices, banks a.id here under the auspices of the Liberty merchants of Garrard county, agreed Service League, and was the first lecto become agents of the Treasury Deture held since this organization. partment for the sale and issue of War ON THE JUMP. The court house was comfortably Savings and Thrift Stamps during the filled and the audience was a responsive year 1918: Income Tu Deputy Busy. post offices: and enthusiastic one. Lancaster, E. P. Brown, Postmaster; The title of the address was AmerDeputy Revenue Collector, B. S. ica and the War' Many times during Paint Lick, Hobt Walker, Hahn, of Lawrenceburg, started to Uryantsville, Dr. B. C. Hose, " his patriotic talk, he was interrupted work here last Friday upon the income " Bourne; Howling & Bowling, by the unanimous applause of the tax question and has been kept on the " Uuena Vista, Urice Secrest, audience. It was a masterly address jump ever since, answering the many! Judson, Benj. Lane, " and well receied. questions that are put to him by var" Marcellus, Joe Skinner, Speakers of National note h'ive been ious people of the county. " Cartersville, J. D. Carter, engaged by the Liberty Service League We don't believe there is a sincle announcement of the date will be given person in BANKS. Garrard county who would through the Itecord later. desire to dodge the income tax and if Citizens National Bank, W. F. Champ, Caahier; there is one who doesn't quite understand just how to arrive at what he is Garrard Bank & Trust Co.. J. W. ElSIMPSON ACQUITTED. more, Cashier. to pay, Mr. Hahn will gladly tell you The case of James Simpson, charged and make it as pluin tn you as he can . Peoples Hank, of Paint Lick, It. G. with "treasonable utterances" against in a few words. He says he will be I Woods, Cashier. ' the United States Government, whose quite busy next Monday as it is County Bank of Uryantsville, J. C. Williams, examining trial was held in Danville Court day and he would rather they j Cashier. MERCHANTS: last Monday morning before United wouldn't overcrowd him on that day. Joseph Mercantile Co, W. A. Die-- I Statet Commissioner Lawill, resulted Hut wants everybody to hear the Inin acquittal. come Tax fully explained by Mr, Spatd kerson, Davidson & Tomlinson, J, E. It. E. Mcltoberts, Emery Three witnesses were examined by log who will speak at the Court House Stormes, W. T. West. McWhorter, W. S. the government, being John Morria, Monday at two o'clock. Unman Zimmer, Davidson & t Uettis, Uascom Ford and Mr. W. N, Grow. Yeater, J. It. Mount, Askina & Mr. Morris testified that Mr. HEMP COMMITTEE Moberly, J. E. Seale, Wm. Simpson stated in his presence that & Son, G. M. Lyons, It. W. Sanders, Wilson should be carried nut into Saturday. To Meet At Lexington & Son, Kirby Teater, This conlersa the sen rr.d drowned. J. F. Holtzclaw I Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, W. S. tion took place after the draft law went The executive committees of the Scott, Logan & Anderson tiros. It. into elfect and in the presence uf Tread-- . Mr. Fold was then hemp growers from seven counties in II. Led ford. Charlie Uairlien, Haacom Ford. way & Logsdon, Theo Currey, Scott placed on the atand uml stated that the Hue glass section of tho state, Coy S. Sanders, Simp.on said that there would be more have been asked to meet at Lexington, !&Marsee, Becker l&Uallard. Conn Bros, E.C. Bowling, republicans drafted than democrats. February 23rd. object of the meeting is to meet 'Jas. W. Smith, W. G. Kaulfman & The Ford also Mated that h another with Simpson, in the pres- Mr. Humphreys, who has just returned Hro, C. D. Powell, G. M. Sanders & W. B. Ball. W. N. Grow, Simpson from the Kaat after a consultation with 'Son, V. U Sanders, ence of Mr. tU , .........1 He is now Ilaselaen Bros, Long & Clark. VSbru, .link miv trud.lnt Him ui. vBv j the hemp buyers there. i,iu.ni wlhlult. In the Central Itecord of March 7th.. in the front line . prepared to give the growers some inmet should be put trenches." Mr Grow was then called! teresting news In regard to the sale of we will report the sales of each of but did not remember that Simpson had' their hemp, and the committees from these agents up to and Including March made any such remark. Mr. Growprov-- I the seven counties are asked to meet "nd, and thereafter each week we will report the sales for tho preceeding ed a better witness for the defense than him Saturday. Garrard county will send its com- week. Watcli for these reports. They for the Government. A number of character witnesses mittee composed of J. A. Amon, W. will be a pretty accurate thermometer V. It. for tbe measuring ot the PATRIOTISM were introduced by the defense all stat- II. Burton, J. I. Hamilton. of our agents. ing that Mr. Simpson's reputation for Cook, T. C. Itankin and K. C. these gentlemen having lieen II. V. Bastin, Chairman, truth and varacity, morality and op-- 1 Garrard County War Savings Com, posed to all unlawtul acta ot any char- selected at a meeting held at the acter, was good. At the conclusion of court house here several weeks ago. Gaines has leen busy this week this evidence, Commissioner Lawill, County Agent Rogers Is untiring in his writing Tornado and Windstorm polisaid In discharging the defendent, "It energy to assist the growers of the You had better see him If you seems that there Is more politics than fibre in Garrard county to get a sub- cies. anything else in this care and very stantial price for their hemp and the Value vour property. little vt that; the defendant is dis- marketing of a majority of the crop Cremo Dairy Feed will make direct to the eastern buyer, seems a charged." r represents by plausible Idea and should have the ,your cow give moio milk. Mr, Simpson was Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. ; backing of the growers. Hon. H. II. Tomlinson. The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 21 1918. WHY WE CALL OUR HOUSE THE HOME It is It is It is It is It is HOME you like best. HOME where you get best treatment. HOME of the best organization. HOME of the best light. HOME of the high prices. . , , THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME -- J. Come with your next load and make yourself at HOME at the Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. TREES Now is. the time to plant your Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable tatoes, Strawberries, Small Fruits, Shrubs. GraDe, Evergreens, Asparagus, Seed Po- Fruitand Shade Trees Provides Loans, Grants and Allowances, Where Necessary, to the Fighting Men's Relatives and Charges No Interest. EDITOR'S NOTB TMe l the third ef a serlea of five article prepared by Mr. Fleeer. who la In charge of civilian relief work In Ohio. Indiana and Kentucky, The ubjecta of the other two artlelea In the erlea atlll to appear are "What Ilaa Ueen Tauht Home Service Workers" and "Or. franlilna and Training 30,000 Home Service Committeemen.") By James etc., is free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts, H.F.IIillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Hardy Flowering l Fleser, Director, Ilurmu Civilian Relief, Lake Division, American Ited Crows. Mrs. Drown Is In pressing need ot $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulba funds to meet her grocery bill and the for fall $1.00. Write for particulars and FREE government check for her separation FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells allowance Is slow to arrive. to plant, how to plant and when what Or there may ho ulckner-s- , followed to plant. by deatli and funeral expense, in the Charnojki family circle, for which the SINGER, THE FLORIST tovernment allowance, made because HARRODSBURG, KY. ot Private CharnoakTs enlistment, is ROUTE, P. Insufficient, Or aged Mr. Oitellly, overcome by rheumatism, can no longer support BOOKKEEPING BuslneM.Phonoortphy himself and Mrs. O'lteilly. Their only 4 TYPEWRITING and son, Barney, Is u gunner's mate on s. man o' war. Yet there is no got emO'ltell-ly- s WlTSURR. SMITH BUSINESS COLIEQE inent allowance check for the because Harney, for a year or lrwl(iBt hu jrtnof eiprUnr In mTf..ntll Itf more previous to his enlistment In the hmi tftuklnc biifD4, ftlio o yr xiuft.ln,T 2u, tf'ICnt-- r nw, navy, did not have to help the "folks" ronoff n .n. nmi for atim-UJjwHlLIIi'n K. NMITII,Llavloa,Ur because Father O'lteilly then was able to boss his gang of street menders and keep up the little home on a side street. JOHN WHITE L CO. It is fur the Drowns and Cbamoskis LOUISVILLE, KY. and O'lleillya that the American Red Liberal assertmeat Cross, through its chapter Home Servand full villi ice Sections, provides monetary relief In the forni of loans (without Infowl UIIO terest), grants and allowances. Hides and And practically every chapter in CmI kias Ohio. Indiana and Kentucky is preparing to assist, -- or has prepared and Is assisting the Drowns, the Charnoskla and the O'llelll). They are also preparing to assist relatives ot men serving In the armies and navies of our allies. I Fully Explains Leans, HIGHEST PRICES PAID I When It become necessary for ' Ramhtaace MftDd Red Cross chapter to loan money to la Reetve4 an enlisted man's rurally, the condiNo Commijiion to Pay tions of repayment are thoroughly explained, the obligations put In writPrUe Uet sad Writ SUpvlas Tecf ing and signed aud the collection ot the loan carefully followed up whrn Sabel & Sons It becomes due. As has already been Iezer,eraUj EauUiae. USI stated, the lied Cross does not charge Interest for a loan. LOUISVILLE, KY. Grants may be made necessary by Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting demands which the family Income and government allowance cannot be expected to provide for, such a sickness, funerals and need of special training to create or Increase earning power. Grants In small amounts may be required to Ode over a period of acute distress until proper Inquiry can bo made and a plan of sendee decided upon. Allowances are paymenta at regular Intervals of a stated sum by the Red Cross Home Service Sections to the relatives of a soldier or sailor. They are usually limited, though not always, to thoee not entitled to government allowance, auch as, for example, the famine, of men serving for one of our allies. One may wonder how a Red Cross chapter, buying several thousand dollars worth of supplier monthly to be made Into surgical dressings, woolen gowns, , can socks and convalescent pond money for civilian relief work. Have Civilian Relief Funds. Last summer American Red Cross chaptera raised more than a million dollars for the Red Cross War Fund. Each chapter was permitted to claim a refund of ud to 25 per cent of the amount collected for the expenses ot the campaign, for the purchase ot raw supplies and for Its civilian relief work. In making claim for refunds, each chapter was required to state how much of the refund was to be expended for civilian relief. And now the chapters are obligated to keep the civilian relief portion for civilian relief wo'k. To date it has not been necetsary to draw heavily from this reserve. IRIIE9PBCTIVB OF T1IK DIFFERENCE IN STANDARDS AND COSTS OF UVINO IN THE MANY COMMUNITIES LOOKED AFTER RY THE RED CROSS CHAPTERS. AMERICAN RED CROSS WILL. NOT SATISFIED WITH CIVILIAN REBE LIEF WORK THAT WILL PERMIT THE LOWERING OF THE STANDARDS OF LIVINO OF THE RELATIVES OF AN ENLISTED MAN. BATHER. ITS AIMS TEND TOWARD THESE BETTERMENT OF. TANDARDS. Old Coffins Now Valuable. Dlil metal colllns tlmrhuto nut seen LANCASTER MAN WOULD RATHER FIGHT THAN WORK suffered for years with stomach trouble and could not eat and Jast hated for anyone to say work to me. I woulj rather fight. Since taking a course of Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy I actually want to work, and talk about eat, I am the last one to leave the table now," It l a simple, harmless preparation, that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflamallon which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal One ailments, including dose will convince or money refundGOVERNMENT ed. R. E. McROBKRTS. Druggist. "I nothing but praise for the lied Cross and Y. M. C. A. Sergt. Shoun says the United States lias quite a number uf soldiers now in fighting xone and more are coming every dav. He says the opinion is that the war will end soon after the spring drive, when the United States soldiers get into it in good faehion. D. "The barbarity of the Germans has says Sergt. Shoun. not half hern told." "I saw little children with arms, legs and ears cut off. This punishment was Office at Itainey s Livery Stable. inflicted by the retreating Gvrmnns. They told me that babies were grabbed Lancaster. Kentucky from their mother's arms anil a bayonet Women had to subthruft thru them. mit to awful outrages. The awful side of this war has not half been told." Or. Wm. Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Surgeon CHICKEN OR- The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes fur Men uml Boys. Hest liy test. Every pair itmirnnteetl. DER ISSUSD TO REDUCE PRICE OF EGGS. "OVER THE TOP" Pulaski County Boy's Experience In G.C.C0X, Manse.Ky 11 Meant lot Hint I, used in n Junk ynrcl In Ornss Valley, Col. These grew-min- e the llitht of day fur many years nilorn specters lying ubout on the ground have been the cnue of n great One of these In a ilcnl nf Interest. bronze nlTiilr Hint U worth several time ns much for Junk now us It cost w lion new 30 years ngo. Famous Tree Destroyed. "Hymn's; tree," In Harrow parish churchyiiril, has been destroyed by fire, wantonly cumed by n visitor. This Is the elm made famous by tho oet. who In ii letter from July In 1R22 stated that he used to sit for hours under n large Iree In the churchyard. "Lines He nlso wrote somo written beneath an elm In tho churchyard of Harrow." IIS It E An order was issued by the State Food Administrator prohibiting the sale Capturing German Soldiers. or shipment of hens or pullets from February lltli to April 30th. with the Pulaski county hs the honor of hav. view to increasing the slaughter uf ing furnished a soldier who for eighpoultry. The order is as fellows: teen days stood in the trenches on the FUNERAL DIRECTOR "Regulations as to dealers in oultry western front and was Anally rewarded Office Over National Hank. and eggs. by "going over the top" and bringing poultry 'Said dealers licenseu-- in Residence 1'lione 3. Office Phone 27 This young back a (ierman prisoner. and eggs shall not between February LANCASTER. KY. man is Sergr. Umbra Shoun, son of C. 11th, 1018, and April 30, l'JIH. purchase A. Shoun, of Norwood, Ky., who has hip. sell or negotiate the sale uf any just returned from the battle front. I freshly killed hens or pullets. He arrived home last week after n trip live or .1. "Provided, however, this shall not of several thousand miles. prevent the purchase, shipment or sale, Sergt. Shoun has been in the army between February 11th and February fur several years and was with Persh23rd of hens or pullets which were eithing's troops who went into Mexico. He er killed or shipped prior to February later went to France when this division 11th to markets for sale as food." Liok, These troops were was sent across. "Provided, further, that nothing in the first to be Gent to take part in the prevent tliu purchase or great contlict. After several months this rule shall of live hens or pullets shipment or sale training behind the line they were sent for egg production." into the trenches with the llritlsh soldiers. For eighteen days. Sergt. Shoun was Fine Cut Flowers. within talking distance with the Ilocher, and finally the order came to "go over John M. McRoberts. the top." A Pulasklan and true he was one of the (list over and brought back a German captive. He says that the German soldiers do E. not know that the United Stated have M. D any troops In France, and when he told Line-U- p his captive that he was an American Phone 365-soldier the German would not believe Both children sod grown-upwlih him. He says the Germans are kept coughs and cold,, are all the belter for ignorant ot the fact that America has a doae of Foley's Honey and Tar at BUCKEYE, KY. bed lime. Il wards off croup, Hops entered the war. tickling throal, and bscklng coughs, Sergt. Shoun suffered from what Is snd tnskes an otherwise fevcruh, sleep known as trench paralysis, and he was leu night oi coughing sod dUtrcu, a W. A. WHEELER quid sod retllul one. discharged from the service on account BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS, Mr. Ck,.. He saya that he Baker, wrh.ii "Mr vile would of this disability. DENTIST aol think ol Mia so- - oiher cousk uedKlae, Foley's was shown every courtesy bv the Govlloeev and Tel I. emtio Quick 1,11,1. . . KENTUCKY. ernment and everything possible was II la eapedally effective lalo briea bad couaka, LANCASTER, caaca ol aad we Hie II lo our cklldtea aad recommend done for him. He was In base hospital remsdr, Ivi It coaulaa ao Office over Stormes Drug Store. vw"SJ eplalea." behind the lines for some time before Hours tatting on his journey home. He has a.m. 14 p.m. 7:30 9p.m. Stormea Drug Store. J. A Beazlev H. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Kntuohv Honaker EDWARDS, J. The Evening '' The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 21, 1918. 3 TELEPHONE 97. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH 3 MADISON TOBACCO W'HSE INCORPORATED CO. 3 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. 3 LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET1 -- THE PI0NEER UMEST ' FLOOR SPACE j IB I I I Market Stronger Since Christmas. I I I Bring your tobacco to the Madison Tobacco Warehouse. We please others, why not you? Call 97 for the market conditions. Some of the late Sales at the Madison House: Ray Bros B. Knnntzar Palmer &. Woods Burrus & Horn Rice &. Pelphrey Tudor and Long linden nnd Long linden and Twine Palmer and Dollins Cotton and Prewitt Earnest Long ( J. 4070 pounds 1825 pounds GU9S pounds -- 100 pounds 1805 pounds 1615 pounds 1115 pounds 1015 pounds 1310 pounds 2300 pounds 2105 pounds Average $ 41.01 40.G8 Average 40.1G Average 'Average 3851 Average 37.57 Average 37.09 30.-1Average 3G.48 Average 3G34 Average Average 30.00 Average 3424 5 FIRE INSURANCE I J SPLENDID LIGHT A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT.' T. FREE STALLS J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDENT. . SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY TREAS. ! ed from a two weeks visit to his father Seaweed Fertilizer. AND NOW THEY ARE COOKING in Mississippi, Seaweed as a fertilizer tins been TOBACCO TO MAKE IT BETTER found to be very beneficial to potato Mr. J as Turner has been ill. Mrs. Walton who was operated on beds when applied previously to plantItolit. Speak bought a pair of worn at her home recently seems to be getFor a good many years The American ing the seeds. mules for J5D5. ting along nicely. Tobacco Company have been conducting OF LANCASTER. Mrs. Doton has been quite ill for Messrs Kern and David Ashford of series of experiments having as their The Poor Druggist. the past few Jays. Cunobject the improvement of smoking A certain druggist In this city reSalvisa have been visiting Mr. Itev. J. V. Mahan filled his appointcently received the following curt nnd ningham and family. tobaccos. ment at I'reachersville Sunday. And it is interesting to know that on: hanghty note In a harsh feminine Mrs. Wm Blanks and daughter Miis A. It DENNY. President' Miss Annie T. Cecil of Danville Is Annie, spent several days last week of the greatest of their d iscoveries was one crnwl: "I do not want vnfclollne. I want gllsserlne. Is that plain enough? J. E. STORM KS. Vice Pres't. the guest of Mrs Morten Pollard. with Mrs. Sallie Anderson at Hubble. I of the simplest, and that was, that cooking I per"xm ou can spell." Florida S. U DENNY. Cashier. or toasting tobacco improved it in every Times Union. , Bogie of Lexington visiting Mr. Noel Red, Alslke, Long White Sweet way, Just as cooking most foods Improves per J. U Uux, J. It. Harris, ImMlook-Keepe- r his parents before going to the train-in- g camp. Wooden-Sole- d Clover Seed; Timothy Seed, Re-Shoes. They took a real Burley tobacco, grown Wood Is being used for shoe soles Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Clark attended cleaned Orchard Grass and KenBoxes Rent. Safety Oeposit It as you would In some places. California redwood I in this country; toasted his fathers sate, in Jessamine county tucky Blue Grass Seed. toast Dreaa; moistened it to replace the l ned. because It Is very light, and Wednesday. WE SOLICIT YOUR, BUSINESS. Hudson, Hughes &. Farnju. natural moisture driven off by toasting; with tops mnde of the best obtainable Miss Emily Ilourne of west Lancasleather, the whole shoe Is lighter than Hamuli I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey. J. E. Mrs. Wilt Hughes has been Buffering made it into cigarettes, called them tnot shoes. But, best of ter is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. "LUCKY STRIKE, tho toasted cigarette, Denny, J. - Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. with a bad tooth-ach- e and has been unStormes. S. nil, llii'se shoes nr really wnterproof, Kanny l'ollard. and offered them to the public able to aleep on account of it for the If tin- upper? are greased. Mr. and Mrs. Morelnnd have return- The result has been the greatest demand past two week. ever created for any tobacco product la a Miss Iona Dunn of Lancaster, who is similar length of time. the guest of Miss Elizabeth Doty, was The change produced by toasting Is not in the llryantsville section, the latter only most wholesome, but the flavor Is part of the week visiting relatives of greatly Improved, justascooklng improves Miss Dunn. meat, for example. Delbert and Hen Cunningham have had a pretty tough time of it tilts win There can be no doubt ter as they huve been housed the greatas to the merit of Cardul, Not only did the l'aint Lick people er part of the winter with whooping the woman's tonic, in Hen is still decide on fc. standard breed of hogs. cough and pneumonia, the treatment ol many suffering from h much swollen leg and but they also decided to standardize the troubles peculiar to women. 1 he thousands As the Barred is unable to put his foot to the ground breeds of chickens. Arc not as necessary to the war nor do they do as much damage to the ol women who have been as a result or piercing his knee with a Plymouth Rock seemed to be the most helped by Cardul In the popular In Garrard County and is with German Battle Lines, as the citizens of the United States who buy hedge thorn. past 40 years, is concluout question one of the best American sive prool that it is a good medicine for women hatching eggs of breeds, pure-bre- d who suffer. It should this breed will be distributed at cost to ORGANIZING BOY'S help you, too. the farm women and the boys and girls This work lias been taken up by Mr. AGRICULTURAL CLUB. It. II. Ledford and -I-KK) eggs will be distributed at cost tht latter part of Mr. A. S. Chapin, of Lexington, March and April. District Agent in charge of lluv's Club At Lancaster, The Garrard Bank & work, spent Wednesday and Thursday Trust Company will finance both the of the past week with County Agent pig and egg proposition. Probably 20 Itogers. While here lie assisted in or pigs will be purchased and 2000 eggs ganizing the boys of the county into will be distributed. The Woman's Tonic Agricultural Clubs. Garrard county is leenly alive to the At l'aint Lick, the assistance of the necessity of Increailng her production Mrs. N. C Varnsr, of Hlxson, Tenn., wiitcs: local banktr, Mr, Hice Woods, was se- this year and all the above institutions "1 was passing through cured and Mr, Woods will buy 10 pigs are to bo congratulated on their public ' Can be cashed any day you need the money at a premium, maMy back and the of the Hed Berkshire breed and let any spirit and patriotism. Our boys and sides were terrible, and No better Investment to be had. Let us place your order ture in deserving boy have them who will take girls with the proper sort of organizamy suffering indescribable. I can't tell just how these pigs on a business basis and Join tion back of them ran play no amall and where I hurt, (.bout the Agricultural Club. The Ited Berk- part In the furnishing of the much I all over, I think shire Association have pledged their needed food stuffs. This Is a year began Cardul, and rcy active co operation and pig club mem- when we must have the best and most pains crew less and less, until Iwas cured. I am bers will be ablo to secure the best of efficient live stock of all kinds for we remarkably strong (or a the breed at reasonable prices. Mr. cannot afford to waste our feed on woman w years ol ace. Ilobert Walker is the local man in scrub stock, A good start has been I do all my nousework." charge and any interested boy of this made to interest tin boys and girls; let iry cardul, today, .70 section should consult him or Professor every father and mother encourage and L. II. Lutz. of the l'aint Lick High back them up In this great patriotic School. educational move. MARKSBUKY THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus Capital $50,000. 430,000. For a British Tanks WAR SAYINGS I 5 It Helps! STAMPS. Take Join the Artillery at Home, Fire Shots at the Enemy that Count, buy today, Interest at 4 per cent compounded quarterly. 1923. 33 ... Peoples Bank. Lick, Kentucky. Paint ... II f The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 21. 1918. The Central Record INCORPORATED. $1.00 ssuED Weekly. R. L a tear. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN, Lncnl Editor onil Mgr. UP! UP! UP! Goes Tobacco on LANDRAM. This community was deeply saddened last Monday morning, when it was learned that Ixiuls Landram had passed away at his home in Danville after For the several months of suffering. past two months he had been confined to his room, suffering with a fatal at tack of heart trouble and Urlghl'a dl sca'se. While It was known for the past month that the end was near, yet his passing away cast a gloom over the city of his birth and where he lived so long. While we would not Intrude upon the privacy of his bereft and devoted wife, in this sacred hour of her deepest sor row, yet, this community with un covered heads, will mingle tears with her in common grief that touches every heart ami home. To our human view, it would have seemed better that he bo spared for n while longer, yet in the Divine plan we daily see that "Leave have their time to fall. And (lowers to wither at the North Wind's breath, And Urs to nt-bu- t all, Thru hH all Seasons for thine Own, O, Death." Louis Lamlrum nns born in this city on May 10, 1870, uml wa the youngest son of the late Gen. W. J, Lnndram, who entered the Federal army in 18(!1, and who was a gallant officer during the entire civil war, afterwards seiv-In- g Kevenue, a Collector of Internal for many years In this city. Tho deceased's mother was Mrs. Adeline Walker Landram. He received a public school education in this city and when a mere boy was employed as a printer in a newspaper office. In 1895 he became owner and editor of the Central Itecord, remaining here until 1908, at which time he moved to Richmond. Ky., and edited the Itichmond In 1909, Climax for about une year. he moved to Danville and established the Danville Messenger, and served as its editor until his failing health forced him to cease his labors there a few months ago. He was an enthusiastic member of the Kentucky Press Association and served us its President during the year 1901, and waa universally popular among the editors of the state. Ileing a member of the Presbyterian church he took an active interest in its attain. He was married in this citv January 23. It S9, to Miss I.eila Marksbury, who He leaves one alone eurvives him. sister, Mrs. Kate McGugin, now a resident of Howard, Ohio. He was n Master Mason, and n member of the Itoyal Arch Masons, Knight Templars, Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythians, P.ed Men and a Maccabee. After short services nt the home of Mrs. Anna Kinnaird, in Danville, with whom he nnd Mrs. Landrum had made their home for the past five years, interment took place in tho I.ancaster cemetery, with the Danville Masonic Lodge and the Lancaster Masonic Lodge,and HyanComniandery in charge of the services. MULE SALE SUCCESSFUL Thirty-Fire Sold Pcbliclr Last Saturday. jK. S. HATFIEbD, (Olllcen. ence 3"i. 1 In l.sucMtfr, Ky., r.ntered ftl lb Tout om t Second CUM Mull Mullet. Member Kentucky and fress Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., February 21, 1918 por County Offices 10.00 15.00 and District Office 10 For Calls. Der line 10 Never In the hlstoiy of the Danville For Cards, ner line Par all publications In the interIose I.eaf Tobacco market has the weed reached such fabulous prices as est of Individuals or expreshave been received on the market there sion of Individual views, per 10 this week. Farmers who a few weeks lin 05 ago would have been glad to have re nbttuaries. Der line and thirty cents a ceived twenty-fiv- e pound for their tobacco are selling this NOTICE TO SCHOOL PATRONS week lor forty and hfty cents. Just glance over some of these prices Most schools will begin the first Mon averages and you will be amazday In March. The County Hoard has and the the Danville market; voted to supplement the State fund ed at DAUGHMAN AND MITCHELL. and furnish each district with the Sth 30c. 400 pounds Bt month upon conditions as follows; '' First-clas- s schools must have an 2S5 pounds at 4Cc. the 370 pounds at average attendance of twenty-fiv- e 40c. 205 pounds at seventh month. 36c. Second-clas- s schools an average of 135 pounds at... . twenty, and emergency schools fifteen. 250 pounds nt 39c. This Is only asking the people In the 339 pounds at 34c. district to show their interest by see ISO pounds at 36c. ing that the attendance. . reaches or 345 pounds nt 32c. passes these figures. If thsjf desire the 400 pounds at 37c. eighth month furnished by the County 350 pounds at 22c. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. 125 pounds at Board. 17c 130 pounds at Rates For Political Announcements For rrecinct and Citv Gillies ...t S.00 ror State The Danville Market. The mule sale of Ilutton and Hamilton advertised to take place last Saturday at W. II. Norton's mule barn proved n drawing card and a number of bidders were brought in from the county, nil anxious to get a team of the hybrids whice seem at this time to be In such great demand. Col. Dinwiddle, of Lin coin was the auctioneer and he ployed to be a good one and if a single mule failed to bling Iti worth. It was not the fault of the Colonel. The following sales were made; Team of 4 year old mare mules to George II. Robinson, for $500; team of horse mules to W. II. Drown, price f 1:17.50; team of mare mules tn G. II. Swinebrond, price (482.50; one horse mule to It. M. Muss for $142.50; tram to T. C. Itankin for 335; team of good ones to It. K. Speake, for S590; team to T. C. Itankin, for $.112.50; team to Gene llolton, price $477.50,' team to W. It. Cook, $490; team f 3 vear olds to Arthur Dallcy, $300; team to John Ruble for $282 60 One single mule to Porter Wearren, price $180; team of horse mules to N. W. Rogers, $282.60: one aeven year old horse mule tn J. S. Schooler. $155: one tn J. S. King, $110; one to T. L. Yan-li- s $182.50; team to C. P. Currens for $300; one to T. M. Arnold, for $130; team to same party for $512.60; one to Alex Doty price $175; one nice 4 year old mare mule to W. I). Walker, for $250. Dentist. minvn Abb WORK GUARANTEED. Im enster, KjJ. To buy W anted 50 j to 100 barrels of soft corn. Phone 347-- A Z. T. Rice & Co. Four Miles from Lancaster on Buckeye Pike. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. Average $40.00. THOMPSON and SNOWDEN, 2)0 pounds at 275 pounds at 80 pound at ... 235 pounds-a- t 1S5 pounds at 180 pounds at 3G pounds at ICS pourds at 155 pounds nt 110 pounds at Uoyle. 31c. 41c. twc. 54c. 49c. 45c. 3Sc. 32c. 23c. Of course it goes withoufsaying that Canvass was a the Every-Membsuccess. It was a success because 33 men of our church were behind the plan. It also succetded because the people wanted it and were expecting the canvassers. Then we pronounce it a success because the men cnthe teams and members of the church express themselves as being delighted with the Pitying Not Consoling. It Is snld thnt the blind nro enlly discouraged, nnd one hould never talk tn them nhout their misfortune, tn i!) Portugal, ihire the blind nre more , iiuim-rtniKlmaler nre placed on the (! wall of the workshop tienrlng this Inscription: "Never pity the blind when talking to them." This udvlco (!) bus been followed In France. In ninny school In 1'nince one read signs ns follow: "Pitying Is not conollng." r: i I su FIBRE CHAIR and colors. SEATS (!) (i) v 500 just receivedassorted shapes, sizes Make that old chair as good as new. I if 0 ii (i) (11 GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. Hunter Davis has been ill. visited in Mrs. Elizabeth llurton Madison, Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Chandler were in Lancater Tuesday on business. Mr. Jeptha Onstott spent a few day of last week with his family here. Miscs Mary Kurtz and Lenna Motion were in Lancaster shopping Saturday. Messrs Dock Simpson and Henry Womtah of Richmond were here Sunday. Master James R. Amon spent Satur day and Sunday with Mr. W. L. Long. Mis 0 'm i banners variety btore. All kinds of country Meat wanted. sfjta p'an. We were delighted with dance at all the church's ln3t Sunday and feel mre to make church attendance conscience. your attenservices of you intend a matter of 23J. Average S37.50. QUISENI1UKY and WOKTHINGTON, lloyle County. 49c. 325 pounds at 50c. 195 pounds at 50c. 185 pounds at 58c. 15 pounds at 50c. 220 pounds at 50c. 215 pounds at 255 pounds at ...40c. 3Uc. 215 pounds at 49c. 323 ioundj at EVANS add PEACH. pounds .at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pound at pounds ut pounds at pounds at pound nt pounds at ISoyle. 43c. Men! For the Christian church choir. If vou are not a man YOU need not anYou may swer this advertisement. answer this In person Sunday at 10:45 a. m. or phone 230. Tne sermon theme for Sunday morning will be "I'eter, James and Jphn." You are cordially invited. .Men! Wanted: SLcfjaJSy syaRs.R3EEO CUKE i:tlta I i 1 r 'Uti.ui't' tM.1 pit ml" ! 6Ufa TIME TO PRUNE. Now that the weather hs opened up farmers who have orchards should begin to think about getting them pruned and spraved. This month is an excellent time and as soon as you have caught up with last years work, why not go In the orchard and prune it up. You can hardly expect it to produce fruit when you never Rive it the least attention. The man who Iiuj a neglected orchard which never bears generally salves his conscience by saving thnt this is no fruit country. Orchards should be sprayed with tho solution any time from now until the buds begin to open. Use one gallon of the solution to eight or nine of water. After the petals have fallen and before the calyx cup ha closed orchards shoulJ be sprayed r with the arsenate of lead mixture. lj to 2 gallons 0f lime sulphur arsenate of lead to 50 gallons of 105 110 135 150 85 105 85 ICO 46c 45c. 4Cc. 48c. LONG. i...5lc. ,51c. 52c. 52c. 53c. 43c. 49c. 43e. 4Sc 15c. 40c. 3Sc. 33c. 42c. 100 150 193 125 21G 75 120 25 280 230 205 Average $44.15. 245 175 185 59 180 water. Anyone desiring information on" pruning or spraying should get in touch with the County Agent. He will be glad to call and see you and spend one-ha- lf day allowing you the best way to prune and spray your orchard. IIENDHEN and DEAN. Bojle. 35c. pounds at 42c. poundi at 41c. pounds at 30c. pounds at .... pounds at 2jc. Mr. Itobert Long; Sr. a prominent farmer who lived at Cottonburg in bint Madison county, died at Ilia horn ?e Tuesdiy night after an illness of only OK t.ANCASTKU. KY. two days, the immediate cause of his death being ptomaine poisoning caused II. V. HUDSON. President J. J. WALK Kit, Vie Iiest from eider which he drank the Sunday W. O. I'icsnky. Ass't Cash'r JokJ. Va.KKK, Ju.. Hook keeper pro iou. W. R CHAMr. tnshler Mr. Long was a devout member of ON KOLL OF HONOK. uml whs nn the ML Gitead church honorable and upright citizen. He was 72 years old and is survived bv his wife arid nine children, one of the latter be1'ianc .Mr. W. P. Long and Mis ing Mrs. John N. Ko., of this city. Long of lluckeve were guef of Mus jnrrc3g.Mrrjr.-ius win rrsBU'TTTrtr TI Funeral serticee will he held today ter James R, Amon Friday night. inat the Gileud church after which Safe fiuiifd the health of your terment will take place at that Diaw family liv using Kiln Dried Cum Meul. Wu have U in 21 Hi bucks for (lie money jotiove uml Hudson, Hutihcs&. Fnnimi. Sue Higgins is here the of Mrs. John Land and Miss Lenna' Hotlon. Mr. ami Mrs. Hiram Land spent the , week end with Mr l.uther llurdett ut Marksbury. i Motdames Henry Teater ami Eliza-- 1 belli llurton spent SumUv with Mrs. E. II. Chandler. McCulley and Mr. and Mrs. I.wl children pent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Lucas Foster. The Women's Mlaeionary Society met with Mrs. A. C. Miles at her home) Thuredav afternomi. Mr. Ioie NiK-- t and Mis Satlie Noul were guests of Mrs. Ollie Iteaie in Lancaster Monday night. Mr. Jesse Hurt and Mis AnnieSimpson yisited Mrs. Dock .Simpson in Richmond, Saturday. A number from this vicinity were in Lancustur Saturday in the interest of u High School ut lluckeje. guest Dourbon Hon Chofor.i tJomndv 1tsrw' tpeslf Twrrt i r r i it 'tkt n r tor-- . rB itt rrwrri VvH-tr- .m . iitlw" ! ui Khft.nnac-)4rB, AI . 4jirt, U i,t..iit Wi irurHa. H)Ut? HON Iff VKDV COMPANY. I !rrt- iw 1 1 Q u TwrrriTTfTni-w7lr- ' - K. rirTf rtmuil Here Is Something You Con Do Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and asic about them. It is your Duty. Citizens National Bank jfj 9 L I Check Average $38.00. COOK and YEAICHY. Garrard. 31c. 46e. 49c'. 45c. 47c. 49c. 37c. HEATLESS Saspscded For DAYS Unless Bad 120 pounds at M iMUnds at ft either Restores Tlien. htl pounds ut Mondays 310 pound at Suspension of the heatle was announce! last wek by Find Ad 3T0 pound at minlstrater Uarfleld, with the reserva- 3SS jHHintU ut tion that ft may be put baek before the 110 pound. h. 105 iuuihU ut ten warks period expires if the 7ptMH at of bad woathxr bring aitather breakdown in rail transportation. At the 50 pound ut same lime Dr. Garhld gave the Statu 25 pound at Kentucky iturn , Mc. 20). 614. UJ. Fuel Administrator full authority to continue the closing down order in their jurisdiction if, in their opinion, circumstances demand it. Aside from New Kngland, it Is said, there is little probability that it will remain in force In tho New Kngland States anywhere. the programme of heatlesa daya may through to MarcVi 25, the bo carried original date set. The lleatless lion, days wera decreed by the fuel administrator on January 17 and four have been observed in all states east of the Mississippi except those south of Virginia. The order was enforced In the South three Monday! but was lifted there last week. Average $41.00. 375 236 200 405 75 120 65 KOHEKT ltUltTON pounds at pounds ut pounds ut pounds ut pounds at pounds at pound at C5 pounds at 215 pounds at 310 pounds ut 40 pounds at and NOW- 41c. 35c. 54c. 51c. 55c. 55c 63c. 51c. 45c. 45c. ...51c. Average $50.00. Mrs. Powell Dailev, Misa Ileruicu Having decided to change my loca Teater, Muwrs John Land. L'arl Dailey tion, 1 will sell ut public auction, at V. and Clel Dailey motored to Lexington, Saturday. T. King's farm in Hyattsville neighborhood, on If weather conditions will permit and ti WEDNESDAY. FKHKUAIIY 27th. no more case of smallpox develop, the i schoul ut this place will reopen Monday beginning promptly at 10 a. 111., tile 3 term. March 4th for u following described property: 9 Misses Muyine and Georgiu Crutch- One pair of five year old, IG hand work mules; 2 good work liomee, one nVM and Mr. Herbert Johns of Nichol of gentle to drive; 1 extra good live year atvill were Iwre Sunday, guest Teater. old Jeisey cow, giving goul How of MiMes Ethel Ray and Sallie milk at present; 1 Kmitueky Ited Mturs John and Tom Matt Chumller will furrow in April; 20 bar-ru- spent Sunday in Madison with Mr, Roht or good picked euro, will do for Chandler ar.d hi sou Mr Elbert Chan aewl; some good No. 1, timothy hay. dler who Is at home from u truimrg FAUMING IMPLEMENTS. ETC. camp. One J. 1. Case corn planter with check Mr. and Mr. Frank Land spent Frirow attachment' one No. 12 Vulcun wagon; I set day and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. turning plow; 1 of wagon harness; 1 buggy and harness: &l Nujlor on Lexington pike. John I'M 1 llrinly tobacco plow; household and youngest sou of Mr, and Mr. Naylor kitchen furniture: 1 bed room suite: has been iUite ill. some extra bed steads; one Organ: 1 On Thursday evening the young loan sewing machine; 2 rockers; 1 vet of who was bringing Mr, S. S, Sebastian's chairs; 1 stand table; 1 Progress Range; team from Lexington left the team on 1 1 kitchen cabinet; dining table; 1 the Jejsamlne shore to wait until the kitchen table: washing machine, all ferry boat could cross and return for it. kind of dishes and other things too When about half way across the ocnumerous to mention. Sale tale place cupants of the boat aaw that the team rain or shine. waa following. They swam safely to TERMS made known on day of sale. the Garrard side which waa an unusual thing ai the water I so deep ut that WILLIAM COLSON. point. Capt. W. T. King, Auct. PUBLIC SALE. ; i ra.v rrw V I ir-kiS- . - note how much mow your cmliiors you Tliuy like to do hiislnuss with n man who i..,c .kr-?- LMJ 7i, TjTEItflft- - &, "'"A fl:,r 11,1 en RlnV i. llic Jt Tnv.1 T.n iu They know he is doing business in a bunii'MHi like way. tetter open such an account even it your ulfuira aro not !ar(e.7 Tbev will prow nil nvl't The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Wb Funeral Lancaster, ill Director and Embaimer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. The Central Record. Thursday, Feb 21, 1918. Manure Spreaders,!' GoaSiP About PITLESS SCALES Mr Sam Denny of Paint In town Tuesday. Lick was HI CHEAP. Vulcan Plows, new. It will pny you $13.00 nml Collars. Hump, Ilrcectiliitl. Trace Chains, Collar I'mls, Saddles liar fi iJct our prices, J. DC R. MOUNT & CO. The DC fji Deal House. DC DCZDC DC DC 50 Per Cent of the Storage Batteries Have Been Frozen. NOTICE Stn-tio- If you nre not using tlie cor your Storage Huttcry is possibly frozen nml you ilo not know it If sent to us Immediately, we can rebuild them at n Miuill cost nml snu: th-- j lliittrry. but if allowed to stand with lets in them they are ru'niftl. letter lixk nt your Hattery nml liuvc it charged nml n thus Mive huyiiiii n new one. Wc are the only llnttery Win n in Danville let us innciirir tliuti spect your Hattery No Charge 1'honts 7!)8-- ;il We sell Wlllard, Exiilc and Vesta Batteries. ilanvii L H. CONN. 6 " Buick Ob r Danville, Kentucky. Proprietor Walnut Street. n ' " ' " " " ' Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Scon the Columbus i Ilefore von rcit!i on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Stroncly niilrn.,1 the Culumb'i? wagin built ui the bct h the must satisuctof y service .r tho lonr '( jri-- . of yoar. Tl ic is i.o secret ill the uutedlv lung life of tt-- j C- Uniting v.agou. It i: i i result of the wo "I in this wurou methods cmilo)v(i tu eoi:. tris'ioit. T..j:e '. which hat not two utdur siwlur from on tn two jnan, The axis ami tho rpka of th wheels aie h'ckorv:' th hounds, ro boh Urn ajj t .: ;ui t'.u NAtor.i of Ui lox w straight ..plus Ut '.'lO 0 LZk, ul.icli f grjuwil fl III take:- - tu nit latitat tlra ;..tk Cuiue iu C'li u i .1 niid i I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS CilLlMS. Mrs. Fisher Herring who has been Mr and Mrs W. II. Coleman, of DanV. quite sick Is Improving. ville, were guests last Tuesday of Mr j 2 nd MrS Ira lloltzclaw. Miss Lucy Ledger Is visiting her FOU SALE: Team of good woilr mother at Paynes Depot. Mrs Leila Landram anil Mrs Howard mules, wagon and set of harness. j A r.rltl Mention of the Comlni and F.llen Owsley, is visiting rela- Itice are with Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Mrs ' Colns ly Thou Wt Arc !ntru'ttd In. Ssrr Cotton. Sutton, on lh Lexington road. tives in Nlcholnsville, this week. SI IIMI IIIIM For Sale Five Turkey Hens and Miss Mary Arnold left yesterday for Mr. Jim West of Richmond was a Mrs. Clarence Green, Cincinnati, wher- - she has got e to visit three Toms. Mim Kthvt Wnltrr vlritnl relative visitor ill Lancaster. Wednesday. P.dutt.tck, Koutii2 her friend. Miss Florence Andridze, in StHiilord Sunday. Mrs. W. C Pepples of Covington is MULES TO LOAN; Un broke Mr. and Mrs. (Ireen Clay Walker visiting her mother, Mrs. J. It Harris. ye.irolds. II, F. King, Marcellus, Ky were in IxInKton Kriday. MORROW-WALKE- R. Dr, Jesse Peikins of Stanford, was Mrs. J. A. Ilenzlty remains quite ill here on professional business Monday. Yestclday at high noon, at the Hill at her home, on Hill Court. WANTED-He- mp WH Hrenkers. Mrs, Jenmo West, of Tulsa, Okla, street Methodist church in Lexington, pay f3.2fi a humlrtd uiul furnish rouiK Mr. and Mm. Harnett of llynttsville. Ky, .Miss Elsie Morrow and Mr. Joe J. for sleeping. J. F. Thompson. spent Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Henry is visiting relatives and friends in the Walker, Jr., were united in marriage city, (21) Pieachersville, Ky. Moore. by Itcv. Cameron, of that city. Mrs. Hell Henderson of Lowell, was Mrs. Mutt I Krisliie is visiting her Immediately nfler the ceremony they FOU SALE The John Nelson sister-in-law- , Mrs. Mattie Urahatn visiting Dr. Kinnaiid and family this left for Columbus, Ohio, unj other opposite Milton Aiahun, a bargain, week. Price of Danville. points North, for a brief budal trip, pi menu easy, weekly or monthly if II. C. Hamilton. Mr. John L. Coldiron of Paint Lick, and on their return will reside with the desirtd. Mrs Klizabeth Simmons lias relumed to her home in Iticlimond after a visit was the recent guest of her sister, Mrs grooms parents on Lexington avenue W. O. Italston, In this city. to Mrs L. C. Johnson. .. T, Kicc & Co., four milra out on The wedding was a very quiet one, Mr. P. W. Williams is sick at his lies-sl- e Mlsxes Manie llallard nnd the lluckeye pike, want to buy M to home on Lexington street with an at- only u few relatives und intimate Caldwell of llrvantsvllle, were visfriends being present. The bride who 100 barrels of soft corn suitcblo for tack of pneumonia. itors in town Saturday alwavs looks beautiful, was attired in feeding cattle. Pnone 3I7.A Miss Edna Iterkele of State Univer- an olivo Scotch tweed traveling suit, Mrs. Harve Leo and children of FOIt SALE: 2) acres tllack Indians week-enherewith with taupe fox furs and wore a corsage Iticlimond are thu week with sity, will spend the relatives and friends. boquet of pink sweet peas and orchids. hemp land, nil or part; 3 sets buildings; Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Ieu. The bride is the daughter of Mr. an J 3 mi. tile: good roads; It. It. near: $173 Mrs. Mattie Duncan is confined to Mrs. Joe Itobinson, Mrs. Hubert Address I.ock Hox 275. Mrs. E. W. Morrow and a general fav- per acre. Todd, Miss Joan Mount and Mr. It. I.. her home on Ixingtnn avenue, sufferWarsaw, Indiana. orite, not idone in society, of which 1 Mt. ing with bii attack of grip. Klkin were in Lexington. Kriday. she is a popular member, but with the Sergt. Itobt M. Walter of Camp 10?. SALE. community. Mr. ami Mrs Wade I.ee, and Mr. Shelby Miss., is expected this week for entire The groom is equally as popular and I have twenty good, well broke mules and Mrs, Arber lee spent the day Sun a visit to his home people one of Lancaster's most prominent four tu beven eara old, ranging in day witli Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Leo. Messrs L, ti Davidson, J. It. Moor- young business men, having for several price fiom S1C0 to t'ZZO. , Mrs Kov Haynt-s- of Hillslioro. Ohio, man and James Yater, made a business years filled with credit, tlie responsible W. It. Hurtor. is the guest of tier parents, Mr and trip to Lexington this week. position as in the Citizens Mrs W. II. Mason on Stanford street. Friends of Mrs. Anne Itobinson, will National Hank of this city. MONEY TO LOAN The marriage is the culmination of Mr. Willie Mar Klliutt of Transylvanbe sorry to learn of her serious illness several years courtship and this popuCarrard Circuit Court. ia College, Lexington, spent the week- at her home on Danville street. PllTs. lar couple have the best wishes of the James Temple's Adinr., et al. end with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. Miss Eliza Smith will spend the l!2nd entire community for u long arid happy vs M. Klliott. of Feb. in Iticlimond, the guest of wedded life together. Defts. Alice Temple, et al. Mrs. It. .limner lias returned borne Misses Lillian and Hessie Shugars. Hy order of the Garrard Circuit court after spending a few days with licr Production of Salt. in the above case I am ordered to loan Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Turner and daughAbout .11 per tent of the salt pro- - the fund in my hands as Commisioner sou. Dr. Charlie Zimmer and family of ter, Ardella, spent several das with iluceil In ltnln I' from Inke. 23 per Lexington. rent being obtained by evntairntlns amounting to about $o75.00. Approved Mrs Lucy A. Turner of Ixington. Mrj. John M. Karra. Mrs. Joe Hum brine pumped up from bore-holennd security will be required. W. II. Hrown. M. C. G. C C side, Mrs. Luther tlilibs and daughter. Uncle Dave Itoss has been "under 20 per cent by mining beds of rock Miss Klizabetli, were shoppirg in Dan the weather" for a few days but re. mlt. ville, Monday. ports aro that he is better this morning FARHS5WANTED Habsburg or Hapsburg? Mrs. Frank Phillips, who has been Mrs. Joe Francis has returned trom Hiilx-liurg- . n It Is felled In the orFarm of 100 to 150 acres, improved, visiting her mother, Mrs. hmma Dan ii weeks stay In Cincinnati where she iginal (irnnnn, the nrtmo belns derived must lay well and be productive at $1(10 fels for several days, lias returned to purchased a beautiful line of millinerv. from the rustle uf Iln!i!urg. or her home in Stanford. (Hank's Custle). on the bank to $150. per acre. Farm of about 100 acres, well imMr Calavay C. Hounthell who is of the Anr. In the Swiss Canton ot Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Ainon have re stationed nt Camp Shelby, is here on a Anrgau. In this way U Is also spelled proved, must be good lai.d in two u turned home after spending several on pi,.e. Will short furlough visiting his wife and in the Encyclopaedia Iirltnnnlcit, but threo miles of Lui.c days with their son. Will ltlcu Anion parents. In this country It Is generally spelled pay as much as $Ji0. per atci- - for the who is attending school at Statu Col with n "p." right farm. Miss Jennie Parks, of Iticlimond, arlege, lxington. Will buy two or three tarrns worth rived in the city Tuesday and is the Friends of Mrs. Joe McCormick have guest the money anywhere in this or iidjcir-ir- g Soil Peculiarities. cf Mr. and Mrs. Saulley Hughes, receivtrtl news of her illness al her home on Iticlimond counties. A soil covered with gravel cools St. in Ashcville. N. C. having undergone much more slowly than a mncly soil, We are now receiving Inquiries, for Mrs. W S. L'lkin, arrived from li- -r that the bent absorbed during tho farms for sale for 1919 possession. If an operation for appendicitis there last Saturday. lteHirts from her bedside home in Atlanta last Friday und Is vis- &.IS Is retained further Into the nleht. you have, a farm jou expect to dispose iting her sister. .Miss Jennie Duncan, Th l:now bilge Is taken ndva itnge of of this year, lis, now; th carrier the say she is doint. nicely. .i. cuos whcr, othcnvli-e- . late fruit-crop- s better. If the fnnn you own is too on Maple avenue. would either bo caught by small we will sell and find and The Ited Croi met Inst Frida it jou a turMr. Harry Elmore has returned from ii n is or run to mature through short-hThey i about 40 ladies were present. a motoring trip to Nashville Teim. He ss of the high tenitirrnture sensnn . ' gor one. Auction sale suliciteil. For hipped 12 Hospital sbirta. 31 pairs of I). Illanton Nil or cover crops pretent worming' farms, city propertv for salo or exwristleU, 27 pairs of socks, 20 sweat- drove the car of Mr, It. change soitsult the 11 V' soil. There and returned home by railway. ers, 12 helmets, and 1 mutller. I). A, Tlirinus Iiealty Agency. Miss Minnie Hrowi: is in. Louisville were 150 gauie compretn DxU inches Kveiy one is rtquested to and Cincinnati wnere she went to atfolded. tend the Spring MiMinarv openings and come as early as Ksiltl in the mon ing. so as to get In a full daja work. complete her liuting for the season. Mr. E. C. (ialnrs, who has been quite for a lew days is convalescent. People "2 WSW I., Ia ii oi, Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Mrs. John Shackelford entertained a few of Ii class matea and frienda last Saturday afternoon at the lumu uf her A mother. Mrs. Hmma Kaulfman. delicious salad course was served Kd Those present were; Mesdames tlainwi, SauHev Hughes, Jim- - Francis, It. II Henry, ISptiHam llrown. K H. Mcltoberts, Saul and Mrs. Sam Kurtz of San Diego, Cat., nnd Miss Alberta Anderson. t Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walker. nnd Mrs. Frank Marksburv nnd John (Silt Kiniiaird attended the -Walker Mr. Mr Morrow- wedding in Lexington Wednesday. Miss Florence Johnson will spend the with her mother. Mrs. Lula Johnson. She will be accompanied by very charming young schoolmates, two Misses Flossie Itrowu and Lois Powell. week-en- liryantsvllie, Ky. DC IT UJ DC DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Itiiflit now tint Country is calling for men 'of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs llmm to keep Old (ilory triumphant and unsullied id the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing Him could do, the importai ce of good Imallli, lioth a an iiiUi vicinal ii . i natHit al wwet. It givea point 10 the lg:rtion. often emanating from this office, (hat everylMKly should gnsid tht'ir lii'ntlli us a priceless Whw yosi And wiurt elf running down uml nut exactly kMed up to the fighting iilcli, u U the faae Willi xvvrvoo'ly at tiuwi You ought tu cm tu N'nturx'a rolwf anil tako aeourwof COM-CEL-SA- R ii guests to at Among the tend the fiiiitir.il of Mr. I,vui,uiidram were Mrs. Clurencu Wilhu'iisun and Miss F.ugetiln Denny of Lexington, Mrs Jamea I. ii ml rum of lliiivville, 'IVni., Mrs. Will Lackey of Italian, Mrs. T. K. Watson of llarbourstille, Mrs, Anna Kiunaird, and Air. (Jill ' coper, of Danville, Messrs Ed C, Wulton, J, II. Wrigbtaud Hen Jennings of Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Uicu of Iticliiiiund, Indiana. Mr. Henry Simpson, of Lexington, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. uml Mrr. U. D. Snnpon, He was accompanied over by his attractive little daughter, Elizabeth, who will spend several days here. Mr. Itoy Whitten, thy anician, is seriously sick in Indianapolis, He went shrrt v ii.it and was taKen His wife und daughter bidside last Saturday, OI-- " expert mechat his home there for a suddenly ill. went to his Househaid and Kitche? w Logan, who until about tlftren )ear ago bad lived In our city moil of their lives, are vis ilmg among trieiais and relatles for a fnw dava- - Tlwy came with the re innther, who niaiiis of Mrs. dieiliii New York City on Flituar Ulli. No peopl who ever lived in Lancaster have more friends than Mr. ami Mrs Logan, aial wliiU tlivir visit is anddetnd by the deatb of Mrs. Smith, theii friends are irivinir thorn a ewrdutl gresit- ing on tlwir flrat visit lunfe for live Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mr. Eppe. wlw travels out frooi r.n ye.ir. Maiiu llallani, uf the tiraded faculty, spent Satuidav aial Sunday witli her parents in Lancaster. ....Mr. Ashby Warren spent Sunday in Lancaster witli his aunt, Mlsa Jennie Duncan ...Mesdames J. C. Itobinson and Helen llryuyt, of Lancaster, have been guests uf Mrs. Anna ilailev,... Miss Autionette tirinsteud has had us Iter guests Mrs. J. It. Harris, Miss Katberine Harris, of und Mrs. William Pepplesof Covington K. Conn of Lancaster, lias Mrs. Kobert been with tier sister, Mrs. Melcena Lewson, who continues quite ill.... Mrs. Kobert Henry of Lancaster is theguest uf Mrs. Anna llailey. -- Interior Journal Mis School lU'itully iiuiirnnieel to salisfy you, or ineutsy liurk If jou'll do that, von wilt not oxufrimini tlie ilitconiflturt I1I00J when you answer of Iwms nt Iwck hoiiii for lack of ihu call of I lie colon. wll at One Dollar torthroeelioxea, letjiillv liver, kidney'", bowels, Madder, Kunrantud for 'llio rl itn-nar- ami lieadnclien. rlieumatUm and nervousness. SClENCi: SOl'H is test for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c u tar, 3 barn 25. Try our COWHOY I.1NIMKNT, for all Pains, bruises, liurns, ete !15c and 60c bottlu. IiIoikI ami imlitfeiilion STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-White-Mo372U-3- West Hroadway. LOUISVILLE, KY'. 1 1 ii n " irr for a'wholesale firm, liut who was u resident of Cnrrard last jear with lii family on u farm nwiwl and cteuMed by Win in tlas Drake' Creek locality, naar Pieacheraville, has sold the fiirm to Mr. flr.int Hammond of that neigh hoiliovl. ami has purchased u farm of TOO aerw in Virninia, forty mile below Washington D. C. and Will tuke his family thither in March. Much of the tract is bottom land, living washed by the Potomac river. A recent visitor to Lexingtuu called to see Mrs Mary Duulap Denny, wife uf the late Judge tieorgo Denny of lire was met with that dignified giacinusneaa that is an atmos phere about ilia gentlewomen of her day, nnd there were many cordial inquiries about the friends "at home," Very fittingly was she environed by some of the stately furniture that had boon in her family for generations and that had graced the Dunlaphome which stood on the site now occupied by our High School. "Luve Lancaster, "she said," "Why I love every brick in the Knowing the old old pavements." town she had in mind, one bad not the heart to say "there Isn't a pavement In town, it Ii all concrete. r r.i: As I expect to locate in Frankfort about March 1st, I will sell at public auction at my residence at the Telephone tex- cnange Saturday, February 23r . at two o'clock, my household and kitchen furniture. CAPT AM BOURNE, Auct. J. R. COUNN i I FOR THE WEEK, The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 21, 1918. rm i TIE WORLD'S RECORD SALE 627,303 POUNDS, AT UP THE OF B1LEY TOBA PER HUNDRED POUNDS. PERIOD. AN AVERAGE AVERAGE FOR OF $31.02 THAT LOOK MARKET Lbs. & RijWs. Scott Mnrtin & Darnell. Woodford Smith A Williams. Fayette Wheeler St Atuell. cott Skatn and Webster. Fayette Parrish and Hyon. Woodford RobtLav ion. Garrard Elmendorf uiid Bmshecr. Fayetie Martin and Redden. Woodford Vesta Allen. Scott Ave. S5I.94 45,09 37.32 Lbs. Ave. 40.30 38.04 Weil and Clark. Fayette Lbs. Simms and niylhe. Woofdord Watts nnd Kinft. Fayette E. S. Cook. Jessamine Pnrrish and Clnrk. Womllord Wise nnd Moore, Woodford Wntts and Adams, Fayette Rucker and Waggoner, Scott Wilcox and Hoover. Fayette Durrettnnd Roberts. Woodford 12.093 10.955 0,430 Ave. $35.53 35.35 35 65 11.49 40.81 40.20 Piatt 3,830 10,775 1.185 1.755 37.S9 37CO 0.195 5.090 5 5,995 4,400 9,315 3.890 37.59 47.59 34 84 547.20 4321 Parrish ond Ryan. Woodford.. A. L. Morris. Jessamine Peiarsall and Cray. Feyette Gwynn and Lunsford. Woodford Roy and Hill, Garrard Cannon und Wedmore. Wocdfork Sonford Lyne and Broadus, Jessamine... Martin and Littrell. Woodford Lojjan and Bramlett. Scott McConnell ond Lewis. Woodford 0.500 ,900 2.U80 37.15 30.91 5.220 2.535 5.210 2,820 5,04 0 5.175 tO.010 3091 31.58 510.01 ... 5,975 2,595 '.',275 4i50 39.13 38..!) ,3957 "G.II 35.90 35.70 2.290 8.250 5.090 8.105 I- - t Watch Our High Sales and Try To' Get In" Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company SOME HOW TO FIGURE ORGANIZATION. ;!every street LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. ample, deduct interest on the mort gage on ycur hous;, on loans made personal expenses or lor me purcnase IN LANCASTER YOUR INCOME TAX. of property, exctpt for the purchase of tax exempt securities, such as LibBasil Mnnly. the economic expert of erty Bonds, and State, county and Has Its Share Of The Froot That Kidney the Newspaper Enterprise Association, municipal bonds. Sufferers Seek. Second, you can deduct the amount in hii article just prepared, tells how to pay of any taxes, not already included, exfigure the amount you will hhve to Backache? Kidneys weak? cept federal income and excess profits as incon.e tax with urinary Ills? can be procuied taxes and taxes on local improvement-gradi- ng, j Distressed Income tax blanks kidnev reined? street repairs, etc. in return I Want a reliable look fruiu ar.y collector nf internal revenue. Don't have to far. Use what "How much income tax have I cot for which you are supposed to have Every Lancaster people recommend. secured some direct advantage, to pa)?" Third, anv In,- -, artnalle incurred in ltreet in Unea.ter has its cases. In order to answer this qjestion, ,! Heie s one Lancaster mans extwr- which Uncle Sam requires from alt trade or business, not already deducted! single men with incomes over $1,000 and not compensated for by Insurance lei'it; Let W. S. Carrier, farmer, Danville You cannot deduct loss-- 1 and and all married men with incomes or otherwise Pike, Lancaster, tell it. He says: "I 1, you must es of personal property nor can you over $2,000 before March had dull backaches that bothered me, first know the amount of your net deduct losses from speculative transespecially during the night and my actions, except as an olf-sto profits income. kidneys acted irregularly. I used do 1 figure out my net income?" alreadv reported and to an amount not "How at Doan's Kidney Pills, procured guide in words of onetyllable. greater than such profits. Losses due Here's a Stormes' Drug Store and the backa sheet of paper and write to bad debts can be deducted only when Take aches and other signs of kidney trouble down on it the answers to the follow- attempts to collect have been abandon left me. I have had no return of the ed. If you ever culled such a debt ing question; trouble." 1. How much money did you receive you are expected to report it in your Price COc, at all dealers. Don't simdurirg 1917 in the form of wages, sal- return for the year in which vou make ply ask for a kidney remedy get the collection. ary, commissions, fees, or bonuses? Doan's Kidney Pills the same thai 2. How much profit did you make in You cannot make any deductions for Mr. Carrier had. Foster-MilburCo., 1917 in business or in the sale of prop the following items: Living expenses. Props., Botralo, N. Y. miiJ above necessary expen erty, over rent, repairs and wear and tear on your ses, interest, taxes, and allowance for j home, expenses of educating your chil-weGUY. and tear? dren, or gifts. 3. What did you receive- - from the, Foutth UIlJ,r , prewnt ri.venue rental of property over and above cost m Misr Nellie Jones is visiting Mrs artf a0We(J t(, lU(dU(.t aMy cgn. of repairs and upkeep and allowances trlbutio, Davidson. ,lurin vou lmve for wear and tenr' Mr Thomas Ward bus purchased u the year to religious, charitable, edu- ou receive us i. How much did cathnsl and scientific organizations up new automobile. interest on notes, mortgages, deeds of to an amount equal to lr per cent, ot j .Mr Charlie Marsee spent severaldaya as In- your net income. trust und similar aecvirllies, or Tins whs put in with Mr Earl Doolin. bonds) practically as a war measure in order tel est on bonds (except tax-fre- e Little Miss Maud Yater is visiting deposits? or on bank that contributions to churches and' Mrs Robert Yater this week, G. Hon. much did you receive us incharitable institutions should be main-- j Mrs Hubert Ellis is the guest uf her come from trustees or executors of tained. mother, Mrs A. K. Kavanaugh. est-ti- s and trusts? Subtract the total of these allowable I St. ......... I , I .... 0. How much money came in as mm into ju,iii v.,..- - iivii, uui.-(aici deductions from your gros? income audi . . ,, ,. ,. royalties from mines, oil and gas wells, the amount that remains is your net patent., copyrights or franchises? Mrs Will Be'azley was the guest of income. Under each of these heads set down Mrs Homer Kay, last week You are not taxed on the total amount her sister. also any income received by your wile of your net income, however, for the Flour la sacks. One sack at u or an) dependent child ti.im the same revenue bill allows a personal exemp- time to each person with one suck source. tion Nw add the amounts which you men, In every case, For unmarried of kiln dried corn meal. this personal exemption Is $1,000, have set down. Tne total is the amount Hudson, Hughes &. Farnatt. of your gross ircome, except for divi- whjle for married men and heads of families, it is $2,000 plus $200 for each Mrs John ltlacK spent u few days last dends waich are treated as a separate dependent child under 18, ur over that week with her mother, Mia M. II. Tui-nitem. us a Write down the amount of any divi- age if incapable of Mr and Mrs Markus White was tie dends you received during 1917, wheth- result of physical or mental infirmity. er paid in cash, alocx, or scrip, and For a married man with four dependent guest of Mr and Mrs John Ilroaddus, children, the total amount exempt from Sunday. add .them to thd gloss income figure alieady found. If the lutal amounts tu tax is $2,800. Miss Mary and Ellen Turner were the ' Subtract the amount tif your personal guest of more than $3,000, so that voa become Mis Charlie lllai.ks, Thursday; f,..n v,,,,,. ii- -l I,w.,,,nu n,l I liable for supertax, you will want to you have the amount on which you are ' afternoon. save this dividend figure, but if it is taxed. Lexington Leader, Mrs James L. Yantis has returned less thad $5,0u0, you can scratch the homo after a two months stay with her dividend figure out und forget it. The sister, Mrs Yirdle. point is that the "normal tax" Miss Elizabeth Beasley was the pleas a flat rate applied tu the entire amount ant guest ot Miss Allio Doolin, Saturof your net income, is collected directly IUUJ day night and Sunday. from the corporations aa far as dividends Mr and Mrs Alvis Turner were the are concerned and need not be paid guest of Mr and Mrs M. B. Turner, f again by the stockholder. wben lutl lu iwal roiwlltlna witu anj Sunday. BOURBON POULTRY KIHEOY Now let's lee how much your perA Saturday SaaB Mr llu.com Pelphry delivered his tosonal deductions amount to: First, - mmua RMiiaf AM Bul. t k. Ua. B4 raftU bacco to Itichinond last week and reOf ttu.u. coUa. Cur.haul nt othar . t roup. ur there it Interest on indebtedness. VaaTlSVHBIHa ceived 37Jcts for same. course you are not allowed to duplicate )a.la, r viuiu. pT -i- -js Al tlrvrilat. ut ' sff any Interest that you already deducted Little Miss Marguret White, daughTw- - rls. rouUrf bwk Um en rjssaat in connection with figuring your busiter of Mr and Mrs M. D. White, spent SUUIICI lll'tll C3., llilltlU. I Mrs ness profits; but you can deduct the last week witli her grand-mother- , For ex. SOLD I1Y It. E. McltOBEKTS John Uroaddus. interest on personal debts. BARGAIN - FOR - .,,,, .AMAZINGLY UJl.U During the month of February the U. S. Government will sell any citizen of Lancaster a $5. War Savings Stamp for $4. 3 This means that you will get 4 per cent, compounded quarterly, on our money. The best investment on earth when you consider the safety of it. They will cost more in March. The allotment to Garrard County is limited. Buy some They are recommended by every Banker in Gar rard County. 1 to-da- y. This space is patriotically contributed by THE CENTRAL RECORD. mtt The CentralJR9cord,yrhursday, Febj2 1 , 1918. 7 I HOME SERVICE ODDJOBTASK Red Workers Are Taught to Furnish Aid In Syste- matlc Fashion. ef a earla of KWaar on 111 flfo. H NOTE - TliU Is the fourth Mf Mr, artlrlo tha auhject of ItM Crta Homo Tio remaining Article la "Or fanlalac And Training lo.ftM) llomi Harv lc Comnilttaemaa'J TOBACCO ' j Cross Civilian Relief Red Cross On IKDITOII lltr4 tr Danville Maiket High and Climbing Every Day. With Institutes, and Bulletins, Teaches Civilian Relief Forces How to Aid Folks "Back Home." Handbook IF.DITOIV8 NOTE: This la the fifth nij last of a serlea of Are articles written by Mr. on American Bed Croai Home Htrvlce work In Ohio, IMtann an Kentucky. Flar By James t Fltotr, Director, llureau Civilian Itrllrf. Uk Division, American Hed Cross. American Ited Croon Home Service workrn In Ohio. Indian and Kentucky, already administering to faml-lir- a o( some 1,500 enlisted men. rarrjr on their work with a "catechism" which Includes what may bo termed As these "eleven commandments." "commandments" typify tho spirit In which thU type of Ited Cnm relief la (Urn, I am slating thrm brrr. leaving the rradrr to draw lit own conclusions. 1. Don't overwhelm people with questions before they have a chance to say what they waat to say, 2. Do't iui(Mt to ieni thr an- wrra they should make. 3. Don't forget that thrlr hopra and plan are morn Important than any single fact that the Home Service workrr wants In order to make complete a report or record. 4, Don't encourage the children to talk about things that concern their elders about family dirflcuHlea and o on. 5. Ifcin't let the children come to the office with message and requests ejcrpl when there la a real emergency and no older person can poaslbly lonie. t. Don't dlrcuss the affair of a family, nor tell the facta that come to )our attention In the of Home Service work to any outilder. f. Don't Kirn confidential Information about the family when maktn( Growers are Rejoicing Over Their Sales andPleased with Treatment on this Market. Some Sales There Last Tuesday. BERRY C&l, COY, LINCOLN, 3000 POUNDS Avr.$39.94. 2850 pounds, average 2500 pounds, average 6500 pounds, average 3200 pounds, average 4000 pounds, average 1600 pounds, average $34.25 35.00 37.50 33.07 32.50 33.16 McConnell and Merryman, Boyle, C. A. Arnold and Hamilton, Garrard, W. T. Robinson, Boyle, Ware and Lay, Boyle, Duncan and Kavanaugh, Garrard, Sutton and Beazley, Garrard PEOPLES A I.LKN IIKIATT. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated COMPANY Walnut Street Asst M!r Warehouse. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE. Secretary. JESSE W 0VERSTREET, AsstlMgr People's Tobacco Warehouse. loqulrle. a. Don't makn Inquirlea of the present neighbors or do anything that will expos the family to Klp. lYo-tethe family In question aa )ou would your own family from anythlnc that would help their self reepect. Optimistic Thought. . Don't venture to make peruia-nr- nt There never n n nlsht n dark hut plana on a first visit. lmt the Ilcht of the morrow shone. 10. Don't fall to dlcoer whether them l Immediate ami urgent need of relief and to make aome temporary i protlalon for auppl)lnK It before walling to makn further Inquiries. 11. Don't fall, howetrr. to Inquire (before talng the drat lell if poeel-tie- ) what other acencle are Interested. True, the "do's" taught Home Serv-Ic- e m worker In Ited Cross Home Serv-Ic- o Institute, far outnumber the should be "don'ts," and one or mentioned to further exemplify the spirit of the service and the manner In wbjch It la given One Is: "lie sure that there Is a definite Invitation from the family or some responsible person competent to speak for them before entering the home In the name of tho American Ked Cross." "He sure that the memAnother. ber of the family In question Is In some branch of the service," readlnir of these Instructions may lead to the Impression that Home ServiCA Is a simple bit of work to be done In the odd momenta of the members of a chapter committee. It Is not a simple work, nor la It an "odd moment' task. In addition to mastering n knowlregulations on edge of government separation allowances mid the War Klsk Insurance Ijjw, n Hed Cros Home Service- worker must either be naturally endowed with or be able to acquire the qualities of tact, patience and kindness, and mut study tho problems which beset homo life. Hed With all Its ramifications. Cross Home Service Is the most enacting t)p of work now required by this within the humanitarian Institution boundaries of our own country. IU requirements for Immediate and authentic Information of the broadest scope aro such that a 116 page band-boo- k N of Information for Home Berrien workers Is now being prepared by the Director General of Civilian Itellef for early distribution. SO MUCH PAINSTAKING CARK m HAS IIKEN AND IB I1K1NC1 TAKBN IN THE ORGANIZATION OK THIS MEN KNLIBTKO WORK THAT FROM OHIO, INDIANA AND KENTHAT TUCKY SHOULD KNOW THIS AIIM OP THE AMERICAN RED CROSS 13 BTRONO ENOUGH FAMILIES' THEIR MAKE TO CARES EASIER AND TO EXTEND A KIND. YET UNPATRONIZINO. HBLIMNO HAND. BUCH FAMILIES SHOULD WITHOUT HESITANCY COMMUNICATE WITH TIIBIR RED CROSS HOME SERVIOH COMMIT. TEE WHEN TROUBLED IN ANT I. M. Dunn, President. Proverb. Whatever Is, 1 In Its causes. Danville, Kentucky. Defers It, In Fact Real Requirement. Rlapplnc n friend on the hack won't Find me the man who suits the lirlns nhout the universal hrntherhood place; not n ninn the place would suit. of man. Toledo Illnrie. to TOBACCO TO THE Lancaster Warehouse COMPLY, AND 1 Tobacco G. STANFORD STREET. L SPE1TH MGRS. By Jsmes L. Fleser, Director, Civilian Relief, Uke Dive sion, American Red Cross. 30,000 training Organitlng and Home Service committeemen to aid families of enlisted men Is the most stupendous and pretentious task being undertaken by the American Ked Cross within our own borders. This statement Is made without fear of contradiction. Even were there established social agencies In every community from hlch men have been drawn for active service, this Ited Cross duty would be hardly less difficult, because with the war have come new problems which must be solved, and efficiently too. If the good name of the Ited Cross Is to be held aloft and the minds of our fighting folk set at ease about the welfare of their loved ones "back home." To school willing Home Service workers with no previous social training as well as keep professional community workers abreast with new developments, the Ited Cross war council established In the Lake division Home Service Institutes at Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleve land, each identified with a strong university and each affiliated with healthy social agencies. s were representstudents at the first ed by fifty-siseries of Institutes, each Institute lasting six weeks. A second series has In addition, chapter1 Just opened. courses of Information are to be established In cities of 25,000 population and over. There Is no guess work about Red Cross Home Service. Workers are being trained to help gain all sorts of Information. If a family has not heard from a son In the service. If the allotment and allowance check Is delayed or wrong In amount. If a boy Is reported missing. If any ore of hundreds of possibilities occur, the Home Service worker must be alert to his or her responsibilities. To show that there are "hundreds of possibilities" for this service, the American Red Cross has prepared for Its committeemen a handbook containing correct answers to 260 questions which these committeemen have already been asked. Forts-ninanswers to questions on army and navy service, running from the composition of the fighting forces to explaining what must be done to assist the family of a man who has entered the service under an assumed name, are given In this handbook. Klghty-sipoints on the soldier's and Bailor's allowance compensation and war risk insurance are explained. Tho latter in itself Is so large a task that a Home Service worker, anticipating a "soft snap" might be driven to cover If there were no handbook or Institute course to lessen his perplexity. It Is down In black and white how the Insuiance Is written and for whom, how premiums are paid and Six points of Information by whom. are provided to cover Insurance for crews of merchant vesels and transports. American Red Cross Home Service for families of enlUted men fighting quesfor our allies causes twenty-nintions to be answered In the handbook, i All this Is supplemented by eighty-nin- e statements giving Information on the status of families of discharged men, deserters, and alien enemy families and explaining relaVonsblp of the Ited Cross to other relief societies and the operation of tho Red Cross bureaus of camp service and communication. Despite the fact that this handbook g has Just been Issued, new and questions are arising with such rapidity that the bureau of civilian relief of tho Lake division. Is planning an informational service to keep its Home Service workers in 350 chapters In step with the We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH HOUSE AT MORELAND PAINT LICKJJKY. War (regardless of the Tuscanla calamity and a few scattering casualties) war and Red Cross Home Service are still In their Infancy, but already some 3,000 families of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky enlisted and selective service men are under the care of Red Cross ' Home Servlca workers. the task1 Picture the Immensity-o- f when the "American offensive" bo gin. .WAY. Ited Cross Home Service will be ready. It li democracx'i brotherhood in action. J The Central Record. Thursday. Feb 2 i I 1918. mi jmrt.wn Amvmi ah mm mr tW.&saZDrmMZrBSLMt,l&LaMt ucut J E Drtjes Ohio Farmers Prepare for the Next Liberty Loan Drivo to BRANGESURPLUSALL1NVESTED Nation's Securities Best Investment on Earth. Farmers Should Prov Patriotic by Buying. Barnesvllle. O. (Special) Umls J. Taber, master of the Ohio Slate Grange, urges that the coming liberty Loan drive be made the subject of special discussion and consideration Lincoln Liberty In the Washington meetings now being held In the varis tbrgugbout the state, ous llr. Tuber fators a big farmer Invest-ren- t next drive. "Tho next Liberty Loan campaign." "will uflord the Orange an exhe ceptional opportunity to serve patriotically not only our order, but agriculture, the country and clvllliatlon at large. The motto of the state grange la 'A bond In every farm home In Ohio." The itate organization has Invested every penny of Its surplus In Liberty e should follow its bonds. sample. "Nor should we stop there. Every patron and every farmer should bo reached. For there Is not a farmer Jn Ohio but can afford to buy rat least one Liberty Bond on the Very easy terras offered. Every one should bold at least one bond. The 'farmer was" sot a heavy purchaser In eltlur of the earlier drives. There were reasons Justifying this condition then, but there is no adequate excuse for his failure to purchase now. "No class of men have been more criticized than the farmers, however unjust this criticism may have been. They will soon have an opportunity to refute these charges, and I am confident they will maintain the traditions of their patriotic forefatliera by coming nobly to the financial rescue of their country. Thero Is no better or safer Investment on earth than Liberty Bond. BIG LAND S Saturday, February 23rd, 12 o'clock on Premises THE W. D. WATTS STOCK FARM FOUR OF 1,104 AS ACRES WILL BE SUBDIVIDED FOLLOWS: 9 INTO I TRACTS TRACT NO. 1. ta, , Containing 437J17.100 acres.known as the home tract, fronting on the Sul- pher Well pike, with splendid improvements. The old family residence with all necessary outbuildings, such as servants cottage, garage, ice house, chicken house all in good repair, stock barn covered scales, corn crib and two tobacco barns and a fine orchard. This tract has been in the Watts family for over 100 years, is now practically all in woodland and blue grass sod and has been for many years, is well watered by .. never failing spring and ponds. Contains 101 5.10 acres all n blue grass sod and has been for 25 years. About 50 acres in woodland, adjoins the "Home Tract" and fronts on the Athens pike, the improvements are two tenant houses and one tobacco barn. A creek runs through this tract which insures never failing water. TRACT NO. 3 Contains 184 45.100 acres, 50 acres of which Is in woodland and balance in old blue grass sod, fronting the Athens pike and adjoining Tract No. 1 and 2. Has never failing water and 'there Is enough walnut and oak timber on it to pay for any kind of improvement you may desire. TRACT NO. 2 TRACT. NO. 4 WORK, SAVC, FIGHT. These are the three cardinal requisites of the present condition of Tbey are the surworld menace. mounting beatitudes of our chaotic times. We will Ignore them only at our peril. We will shirk them only at an overwhelming cost. We must do This is an unusual opportunity to buy a farm in the best producing section of Fayette County, within a half mile of a gradnot only one, but all to win. And win ed High School In Athens, school building costing from 10 to 15 thousand dollars, every tract fronting on a good turnpike we must. To lose this conflict with the kaiser's within 11 miles of Lexington, 3 miles of Fine Grove and Chilesburg, both R.R. stations and shipping points on the C.60.R.R. routs; to bend the knee in submission ta the wll) of the Prussian autocracy; This land has been used by Mr. Watts for a stock farm and practically all of it is now ready for hemp and tobacco. It ta accept peace terms dictated by the must be seen to be appreciated. The terms will be very liberal, to be announced on day of sale. Possession March 1st. war lords of Germany, would be to trait In the dust the highest hopes particulars or inspection of the farm call or see it would mark the tit Democracy, Waterloo of Liberty, it might spell tie end. America wants no autocratic at this late day. The United States baa led the way In world VERSAILLES, KY. and the rowing cf the seeds of freedom too long ever to subCLYDE E. BUCKLEY, Lexington, Ky. mit to tyranny. And German victory JNO. L. BUCKLEY, Lexington, Ky. JAMES C. STONE, Lexington, Ky. would mean that. or Phone or 791 or Phones So we mutt work to the utmost In our respective lines that the normal -'.murt&jgrvtLd 'SU'ZJ tX.r :rc LJ"U.V1I.7 YM ATMW production may be maintained and our fan atresia, rrrrm arm jar sni erci m-i-gr au .aWXKjar Ham.: material needs may be met fully and promptly. Miss Lucy Trumbo of Lnnciuter haa guests of Murphy were the week-en- d I5RYANTSVILLK We must save, economize, curtail, I'AINT LICK been visiting Mim Mary Stilwell. Mrs. Ann Mobeilv ami Mrs. J. I). i that home consumption may be re? duced and our Individual resources be Uurcliell. Miss N'ancv of Cottonbuig has FA ii IH Ul LULUMN i Mr. N. It Cheatham remains unite ; Mr. George Todd is in Mississippi. kept to their normal standard. been, visiting Mr. and Mrs. IkUrt far In doing both we will have more Miss Elizabeth EldridgespentSunday' Mrs. Price Williams. Mrs Klfrey ill. Carter. lo offer our government, directly, and WHIiarra anil little daughter or wen. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Williams spent I lume. Indirectly; through personal eacrlflco pC iHiti tilt l.dtil tm ui lh 1CU guests of Mrs. bu Thursday in l.exliglnii Mrs. J una Cx, of Kirksville, has George Treadway continues to inoml were the Mrs. nf niulnf ir u and Investment In war securltleaj rllri.au-- l ! tat the past week. Miss Ella Welch of Nlrhnlasville ii lteen MerHlng several days with Mrs. ft n love. rl ,pu i.fjnt im1 h i hiu it uu And we can trust our boja at the I! I. Ilurtnn. I visiting Urw If' Mrs. KIM Deane. n not fTffighting; U'ir ft in front to do their share of the Mrs. Otto Howling returned from Little Itulh Carman Jturgess is sick lit). Nu into will i. rmtr1 urt lour w- - I'arley was over flow Jes spirit of freedom will Inspire to Mr- the Hon. .1 llng.n IMIIsrd and Mrs. Ital' Louisville Mondav. having spent sever- last Mill with measles. tanii y tii 'wt ljilta of h I.Uiin.-p- . Uat. eimine, Monday on ian! were at home from Frankfurt, for t (mill, (' nf .IBUff Mrs. Walker Guynn was visiting in al dava at Camp Taylor with her bus. Work, save, fight and WIN. Miss ilessie Caldwell will siwnd the the week end. band who lias been iiuite ill. .at. caster Saturday. That's our program. week-en- d j ut her liomu in IOiidon. Manure wanted now. Let me know Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Iloner of NVhol-aavill- e Mr. Elihu Est ridge is the proud own- Mr. Tom King and Iturdette Itamsey you want vour stable cleaned out. MUa Wmicw Askins of Jessamine THE SHADOW BEFORE. weie the guesta of Mrs. C. C. if of a 'JH lluick Six. el have ordered an orchard spray pump t!lt KUM, uf Mr9 Charley Deane. Phone M2-A- . E. C. Cheatum. decker, Sunday. Ellis have re and will strive to produce some excel- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Remember that story which flashed Miss Stella Mae Crow entertained! a across the cables some weeks ago turned from Cdvlngtoii. lent fruit the coming year. Silver Lace Wyandotte Eggs for sale I number of her fiiendsvery delightfully 75c per IS. 0. W. Estes. ULt an American sentry having been Mioses Emma and Ora EUtidge were The Agricultural Class of the locsl UHed by a German night patrol? Friday evening. It. F. I), 4. Stsnford. Ky. at home for the week end. Evidently they aurprlsed and overhich school were givm a practical dem Miss Josephine Iturnside of LancasMrs. Ellen Wilson and son Ijafiin. onstration in pruning fruit trees Friday powered him They might Just as easi1 WAWTI'll. a..,., , iiiuj i in r. uumes til guest ter, was the attractive week-enly i-taken htm prisoner. Hut they werj visitors l.ere th- - past week. morning by our County Agent. The 'Twist Hud" ited Hurley tobacco seed. Mias Stella Mae (trow. of dMal. Hie Mr. Henry Hiddleberger of Itlchmond orc,aril of Mr. It. 0. Woods wa Apply at this office. They cut his throat from ear to earl made u business trilt here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, K. II.- - IMllard and chilvictim. Not a pretty story; not a story comFOH SALE: Pony cart and linrness. dren of Stanford spent Sunday with Mrs. Duve llervey visited her par mending the much vaunted German A seed com meeting was held at ' mm (Senile fur children. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Swope. GUTTom Hay. kaltur; not a atory calculated to In- ents near Lancaster baturdjy Lick school Saturday afternoon, Taint spire confidence In the kaiser's close- Sunday. und about 20 interested farmeragathei-e- l Cotton Seed Men! for sole. It in Mr. It. C. Ilolan, who lives on Paint ly following peace proposals. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ward and llttV to hear County Agent Rogers ex- l.lcl; route No. 2, has for sale, twenty the best feed for cattle. pj,t tntnplv illuminating! son visited her parents Saturday night nlaiii the rail doll method of testing! ROOFHudson, Hughes unci Knruaii. good ewes, ready to lamb, and one It as notice, served In the German and Sunday. i seed corn. It was the general opinion j good work horse. 8 years old. way, of what our boya In khaki may Mrs. House of duller county lias le- - of the farmers that very little corn was an early Intimation of what turned home after a villi to her daugh- was fit for sed and that every ear It FOH SALE: Cood wagon, REnitilnnml Hun may be ex ter, Mrs. C. S. Ellis. , also 'i year old mule, lt hands, also should be tested. pected to do It lie ever puts Ills nailed C year old mare, (I. C, Walker, Jones unil Jennie I'arks Misses Mariet beel and hla mailed list upon Amen of Kichmond were the guests of Miss Mr A. b'. Chapln from the College of an ihnrpi For Sale: One dozen llarred rock Agriculture accompanied by W. II. Lucy Francis the past week. The undersigned hereby give warn- hens and a few nice cockerels. And la the usual Irusslan way It County Agent, were in Paint .. Anna In the darkl Miss Agnes llmderson of near Lan Ilogers, ing to all persona not to trespass Uion They called upon Wtdnerdey. Mrs. C. A. Kobinson. God help America If we fall to bring caster was the guest 01 friends and Lick, our lands tor any purpose whatever aa the local bai.k anil secured their backVentilating and all every resource to bear In winning this relatives here the fiist of I he week. we will prosecute all offenders to ful SALE-T- wo FOH fresh milk cows ing in securing pure bred pigs for the lest extent of tH law., i Hunters and. with young calves. Phone ft). Mr. and Mrs. Uobt Walker were liovs of the Agricultural Club. About kinds of Tin Work. And Ood tifclp you and youra If you guests at dinner Thursday of Mr. and Fishermen especially ttke notice. W. S. Carrier. e.ll n An vnur r&rt. ten pigs will lie bought and sold to the Whites btatlon. Ed & N II Price R. L. Elkln t Buy a Liberty Bond before It la too Mrs. John Uoodloe note bov at cost, the bank taking Your business will id pair of extra good C. Hlgtby. 'Kaitlgiby. FOH SALE-S- ix Ledford ,nm tlm hov' The assistance of Mr. J. Messrs Hubert and Millard Ute. appreciated. G. A. Swlnebroad. work mules. Mrs. Emma Iligginbotham. We MUST atrafe the JIun. left Tuesday for Ilattietburg Miss , lo J j taford of The People Store was It. L. Arnold Ledfori4, Mrs. J. Wade Walker. ee thcil brother, Lieut. Lee ,ecure(i ,nd 2000 pure bred llarred LOST-W- hite 80 and lemon spotted James M, White and wife. prephatt are A lot of Mn. M. K. Uoss who recently un- - Plymouth Hock eggs will be bought K. L. Barker hound pup about six months old. Gone Walter Humphrey This eersly disappointed that tho last derwent an operation at the Pattie A. and sold to the farmers at cost. We will add other namei for 25 cents about three weeks. Iteturn to C. II, Mberty Loan failed to "bust tho Clay Infirmary In getting along nicely. ahould do much to Improve the poultry Warren, ilryantiville, Ky,, Phone 1 cask. banks." Murpliv and Miss Geneva of the community. Mrs John This tract will be offered in two parcels and then as a whole, the highest and best bid to pre vail. The first parcel will contain 300 acres and consist of all the improvements. The second parcel, containing 137 acres, unimproved, and lying on the east side of the home tract and fronting on the Sulphur Well turnpike. t' Contains 247 50.100 acres and is known as the Wallis and Veal tract, Tract No. 1 and the land of Chas Gentry and fronting on theSulphur Well pike. This land is all In blue grass sod, except about 30 acres sown to wheat. Has fine old brick residence in good repair, with all necessary outbuildings, will make a fine home for anybody. Another small brick tenant house on rear of Tract two, splendid tobacco barns, stable and never failing water. for further BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. Phones'2870 3332 964 1602. a iryBTTt?Tr3lLAWLjrM 3733 H lng riniirnir'a rnt tt maat riming ING, ROOF ..,. t HEATING, TERING, , PAIRING, POSTED If) P.B. WILLIAMS