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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 28, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918022801_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 28, 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 28. 1918. Mr. Roger Aldridge informs us that To the kicker: If you muit kick, he has just closed a contract for the kick forward like a man, not back. agency of the Overland automobile and ward like a mule. in a few days will be able to demongood qualities of this popuThe next conservation order to to Is strate the good people of sued should be for a aeries of speech, lar car to some of the this county, Roger is a splendid young less days In Congrers. man and we wish him much success in the sste of the machine that has many Cotton Seed Meal for snlc. admirers here and elsewhere. Hudson. Hughes &, Fnrnnii, The American hen will tender a vote of thanks to Mr. Hoover for that commutation of her sentance. Up to dato we have heard no word from Mr. Hoover that the hole In the doughnut should be made smaller. The world mar, as some one has as serted, accent us at our own valuation. hut we don't often catch It in a buying humor. The familiar restaurant order of 'ham and ." is very appropriate There's nothing doing these days. after the "and." number,. See us for Tested Seed Corn. Hudson, HuRlies & Furnnu. OVERLAND AGENT. PLOWING gear together.' TIME HEADQUARTERS FOR American.Fence ORIGINAL ANDGENUINE Get your plows and plow TEACHERS MONEY LATER. There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait m.til you are ready to hitch up. We have what you need. Come and see. In reply to a letter of Miss Jennie Hig gins, asking when the salary's of the for the sixth and seventh teachers month services will bj paid, the Deportment of Education at Frankfort, replied that it could not tell just when such salarya will be paid, but thought the first of them would be paid In two or three weeks. It also intimated that it might be the end of the school year before the full amount ts paid. AUTO TRUCK BURNS. Conn LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. tH While trying to thaw out a trozen It' Is io long since we have had our eye on Uncle Carranza that the old pipe on the auto truck of J. F. Hottz-claSon at the Ford Garage last gink may be up to all sorta of devil Thursday afternoon, with a gasoline ment down there. torch the gasoline was ignited and for Try Corn Flour, a substitute for a few moments it looked as if a serious fire could not be averted. Dut wheat flour. Hudson. Hughes nnd Farnati. the presence of mind of the mechanical force in pushing the truck, then in American troops on the Champagne flames, to the street, no serious dam front They wish the folks ut home to age was done, except to the truck however, understand, thut there's which was practically destroyed. nothing in a name. The fellow who is planning a war COURT DAY CROWD LARGE. garden Is likely to take Issue with Mr. County Court Day brought a good Hoover on the wisdom of prolonging sized crowd to town last Monday and the life of the hen. there was some trading on the streets. A cbleago lecturer says that bow especially in the mule line, although legs are not so common as they appear. there were very few choice mules offer Pidn t know anyone had such poor ed for sale. There were a few sheep on the mar taste as to fake how legs. ket, but practically no cattle, the lat Austria tired of war! Well, it isn't ter being rather scarce at this time. the first time in history thUt an in J. t.. Itobinson sold two mules, one dividual or a nation has started some to Dr. Dawes, for $175 and one to J, thing that they couldn't stop. M. Craig for $130; Wes Itourne sold a German authorities are said to be nice mule to Ed Clark for $250: N. W. suspicious of Trotsky's actions. It Itogers bought a team of W. G. Gooch for $150 and one of M. D. Long, for was a noted politician who remarked I) n a man that wont stay bought." $150; Center lirothers of Paint Lick, sold one to John Winn, for $190. one to Any fool may criticize, but critirism Wllsou Ilrandenburg for $260 and n is not a remedy; that requires con team to Hen llright for $140; Gene structive ability. So unless you possess Iiuble bought a team of John Kava-naug- h thie, better hold your tongue and saw for $J40; W, T. Wllmore bought wood. several head of horses during the day at prices ranging from $100 to $135. In deciding on a renewed German of Hindenburg concluded fensive, perhaps l'etrograd would be a more suitable EXPLOSIVE LICENplace than I'aris for that April fool dinner. SING AGENT. Wire Fence, Vulcan Plows F Collars, Britchen, Hames. (o. HASELDEN Lancaster, S1.000.000.00 NOW IN EFFECT. BROS Kentucky !rmifin8JlrWJB) M ccUa W. S. HATFIEbD, t I - - Dentist PHONES Office 5. OVER SUGAR RULE Food VIOLATED. Issues Warning. Itr.idrnce 376. Administrator Abb WOHK GUARANTEED, bun caster, 000.00 paid out in February IJ. Seven claims reported and over $13. by companies represented by GAINES. THE INSURANCE MAN. The mere fact he has policy holders from California to JNew York, Florida to Alaska, on the Atlantic and "somewhere" in France, is evident that he goes anywhere for business. Courtesy, efficiency, promptness in adjustments, makes him contented customers. 1 I I FIBRE CHAIR 500 SEATS GARRARD'S LIVE STOCK-INDUSTR- 111 I I 8 In making out the incami tax list tor just received assorted shapes, sizes the year 1917, some of our leading busi nesa men of the county are developing and colors. some interesting figures and bringa to Mr. Horace Herndon has just re- the eurface some of Garrard county's Safe gunrd the health of your ceived his appointment from the DeMake that old chair as good as new. family by using Kiln Dried Corn partment of Interior, as Licensing Ex- live stock products. Mr. V. A. Lear, probably one of the largest live stock Meal. plosive Agent for Lancaster and Gar- dealers In the county, handed us the Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. rard county. While the duties of the following figures which makes inter - SEEDX0RN MUST BE TESTED. Licensing Agent are not very clear to : HiaVooks Germans are said to be wearing us, we are safe in saying that all persow that In the year 1917, Agricnlinral Station ySends Oat Witninf The kaiser sons who deal in Dynamite, Dynamite he purchased In Garrard county 7,655. clothes made of paper. Ja Farmers. : should be able to furnish them some Caps. Ulssting Powder and other such head of hogs, for which he paid the I All kinds of country Meat wanted. raw material if they can utilize explosive material, arc required to se- - farmer $194,697.00; also during that jl Agricultural Agent, W. H. County scraps." cure a license and these are the duties year he bought 2,462 lambs, costing Rogers, has received an Important Figuring it right down to the last of Mr. Herndon to issue. The penalty $21,871.00. and 725 head of cattle that bulletin from the College of Agricul analysis, it'a un to the people of this is a heavy fine for dealing in these ex- drew on his banjc account the sum of ture in reference to seed corn, which This brings the total pur- is presenting such a problem to the country to decide which they love most. plosives without auch license and It de- $49,525.00. The hs. One or volves upon all such dealers to see Mr. chase of Mr. Lear during the year, for farmers all" over the country. their boys or hogs, lambs and cattle, a total of bulletin says In part: Herndon at once. w the other must be denied. Which? . mm Only the earliest gathered corn is $269,085, or several thousand dollars over the quarter of a million dollar fit for seed. Most of the corn that If the critics would spend the same MULE KICK mark. energy in the effort to prewas In the field during amount of the zero weather of December, or corn gathvent the Government making mistakes Proves Fatal To Mack Lamb. are the results of feeding they spend In denunciation, the ered before that date, is worthless for INCOME TAX that seed. The Experiment Station has per cent of errors would be much Mr. Mack Lamb, who lived near mailer. LAW EXPLAINED. tested such corn from different coun Ileitis' store in this county, died at ties of the State, and the result is Prof. E. A. Host, of the University Dr. Acton's hospital this morning, The court house was well filled last the same in all cases not more than of Wisconsin, who is just back from from being kicked by a mule last Tues- Monday afternoon to hear Collector ten to twenty per cent of it will grow. He had just gotten a John W. Hughes and Hon. Chas. C Itussla, savs the Dolslmviklknow where day afternoon. All farmerj who did not gather and Which is probably pair of young mules from Mr. Jess Spalding explain in detail how to make dry thev are going. . ... their seed,..corn early, and most , true as the read to Germany is no Sweeney and had driven one to a wagon oui jruur income lB ...u ior uvaity vwu mmlIllfllIl, and while attempting to unhitch the hours was the audience entertained by I doubt plain enough. , Mt,Mt hered con) f gentlemen, each so well ver.;frGmth(lrcrib3andb Let All Your Stock Have It. chain, the mule suddenly turned these two in ,0 The farmer who in these times would breast aubject and kicked, striking Mr. Lamb in the ted on this very Important fo erm!natIoni Not an ear ,ll0u,a be feed whest to hogs, is an altogether Suffering intensely, a phy- that I. occupying th. minds of the tax-- 1 ,antcdn K(.tuck thla new specimen of animal that we have stomach. wiln. ' in this and other counties. sician whs called and an operation was payers not et classified. Of all the utterly out te,ni,. Failure to make a ger- decided on to save his life. It was ttuiiK iiUKiiva VAiirrsatru in a c w u srtj ta iincij iu iiiraii incomprehensible beings that this war s llliliBUvm ti rouno. mai nis uowe.a nan oeen severe worus a greai ueei. wnen ne .am; ,,!. , g ,oja of ,)Untreda of dol,.r8 t0 tne far. has brought to pdillc notice, he Is two place a. He waa operated upon taken men to win a battle, but It takes jmer neelectlnir It easily the limit. If not a vowed friend in I money to win a war. ' last night, but from the atart little Don't depend upon buying teed. of the kaiser, he must be simply an Mr. Spalding was the principal speak hope was entertained that he would reLittle good teed ran be bought, for beforo the ink wua hardly dry on the animal in the form of a man, with a He was conscious up to ten er and proved conclusively that he waa tho conditions are similar all over the cover. DON'T KNOW AMERICANS. papers in this country giving the news gizzard where there should be u heart. minutes of his death and made his will well versed on the Income tax law, and country &nd are worse in tho northern of the sinking of the Tuscania, enlist the yesterday afternoon, when he was told made It very clear to his audience, giv- states. The small stock of good seed German papers are gloating over menta In all branches had lumped to FARM AT AUCTION slight chance to get well. Mr. ing three divisions that should be most corn in the hands of seed growers and expressing he had a inking of tho Tuscania, Thou records never reached before. In this issue of the Record is the ad- Lamb waa a good man and his tragic interested business men, professional! dealers will be exhausted very quick. the conviction that lb Ii.oident "must ands are Hocking to every branch of of public sale of 172 death was n tad one indeed. He waa a men and farmers. Many took advan ly. Don't buy seed corn at all unlets vertisement of the the splrita unfailingly dampen tho service, many with the avowed tage of his invitation to ask any quesAmericana." purpose of avenging the heroes ao acrea of land near Shelby City in Boyle member of the Holiness church and tions which were not clear to them and the germinatlan it guaranteed. y county, all of which is well improved, took an active interest in it. The shamelessly butchered. If you have teed corn tave it all for If evidence were wanted that they were answered in every detail. Is lamentably Ignorant ut AmeriGermany is due for a very rude with splendid dwelling and out buildings. burial will take place tome time Friteed. If you havo new corn that Is Judge Hughes informs ut that Gar fit for teed, sure it all. The State sufficient. awakening as to the real American Any Information desired call Mr. John day. He Is turvived by his wife and can charactsr the above is five children. Mr. Lamb was 41 years rard county is coming up nobly with and country need it. Don't neglect Americans are the last race on earth to character. She is duo to discover that S. llaughman st Danville. her prorata of the income tax and to to nick out and test the corn at toon oij: be civen to crying over spilt mint, our aversion to war does not cover a busy has his deputy, Mr. II. S. Hahn, as possible. grown craven heart, but ari.es rather from a l'robably no natluu in history has A CALL MEETING. been since he came into the county two TO THE PUBLIC. to commanding Influence in the world national sense of justice and right. She weeks ago, he has consented to let him All boosters and friends of the Chauhas the is also due to learn that when that sense CARD OF THANKS. over greater opposition than Duiing the past year we find that we remain here until next Saturday, tauqua are Invited to attend a call United States. Opposition is the bread of justice and right has been flagrantly W desire to express our sincere Mr. Hahn has made many friends your red abused and insulted, there is no hesita- meeting for next Thursday evening cannot meet our expenses 'and work of life to our people, and We wish to tince he came among us and hat looked tbankt to our friends and neighbors The meeting for last Tues for the tame old price. blooded American has mild contempt tion on our part to resort to the weap- at 7:30. help and exprettlont of symcontaina none ons of force so dear to the German day night was called off becausa of it thank the people of Lancaster and Gar well after the Interests of tho govern- for their for any occupation that conflicting with other meetings which rard Ccunt, for their patronage of the ment, betide h.lplng and answering pathy, during the illness and death of or chance. heart. of the element of danger Especially our husband and father. j Germany, however, is merely whist required the presence of many of our patt year, but w-- will be compelled to many questions that have been put to If proof were wanted to refute the him by tbe taxpayets, all of whom we we wish to thank those who assisted In The meeting it charge 40c per hour after March lit, we ling to keep up her courage, sees Chautauqua boosters. she insinuation of the Teutons that In the parlor of the Womsns Signed by mechanics of Lancaster are sure are grateful to him for this the singing at the burial services. would blanch at the dangers from their her doom when our troops reach Europe to be held Mrs. Cheatham and children. and Garrard County, assistance. Club Room. that in force. pubmarlnet, It is found in the fact S I I ENORMOUS. Reports are continually coming in regarding the violations of the Food Administration's edict against hoarding. County Food Administrator Dr. W. M. Elliott has: given the Record the following statement about the matter: "Information has been received by the County Food Administrator that many merchants are not observing the food regulation directing that no merchant shall sell to any town person, exceeding five pounds of sugar at a time or to an country customer more than ten pounds. "Merchants have had plenty of time to familiarize themselves with this regulation and if the violation continues, the Food Administrator will be compelled to take drastic action to compel observance on tbe part of those who will not voluntarily do so. W. M. Elliott, County Food Administrator. Sander's Variety Store. i a Rich Milk Healthy Lows International Stock Food ,ft MeRoberts Drug Store .i.iti isii .its The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 28, 1918. ALL RECORDS BROKEN ON OUR LAST FEW IIP TO SALES. CHOPS AVERAGING with prices high as 70cts. 50CTS Congestion over and can put you on at any time. We Have Kept Our Word to all Growers and Secured the HIGHEST PRICES. Yours for high Prices Come with your next load and make yourself at HOME at the Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. last week with her grand parents, Mr, spent from Saturday until Monday, with DEMANDED. INVESTIGATION and Mrs. L. F. Brown. her mother, Mrs Mary A. Sanders. daugh The most unfortunate incident that Mr and Mrs W. I.. Grow and One 01 Interest To Our Readers. See us for Tested Seed Corn. now is tne time to plant your Ur. Lury, were with Mr and Mrs W. has arisen since this country's entrance Hudson, Hughes & Furhau. Good news bears repeating, and Orchard, Lawn and Garden. N. Grow at Pleasant Hill a part of last into the war is the dispute between Mrs. Lour! Noel and daughter Sallie, week. the railroads and the brotherhoods of Our large descriptive catalog of when it is confirmed after a long lapse were the guests last week of her of time, even if we hesitated to beMrs IVachie Grow returned Sunday trainmen and conductors. The dispute reliable lieve it at first hearing, we feel secure daughter, Mrs. Ollie Bogie. from several weeks stay with her sir is fraught with much danger tn the D. . II. Gulley and daughter. Mrs. the country. in accepting its truth now. The folMrs Delia Scott, at Nicho- - transportation interests lowing experience of a Lancaster wom- Miss Barbara spent last Friday with lasville. The seriousness of the charges made Mrs. Wm. Smith and family. by Messrs W. G. and A. II. an is confirmed after four jenrs. Mr Auther Preston moved into his heads of the trainmen and conMrs. C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Ray Bogie spent new house r.ear Bourne last week and Po- St, Lancaster, says; "Mv kidneys Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr Thos Montgomery moved to the ductors, respectively, would seem to Office at Ralnry a Livery Stable. leave the Government no choice but to were out of order and I had pains Will Scott in Jessamine countv. house vecated by Mr Preston. fully investigate the entire matter. through my back. Lancaster. At times, I was Kentucky Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards and two etc., is free upon inquiry. Try Corn Flour, a substitute for Messrs l,ee and Gurretsnn allege that nervous, too. Doan's Kidney Pills little daughters, spent last Wednesday the freight congestion is the direct reWrite for free Catalogue. No Agts. trade me feel much better and stronger with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Calico. wheat flour. in every way." (Statement given Hudson, Hughes and Fnrnau. sult of conspiracy on the part of the Mrs. L. F. Brown and daughter, managements of the various systems February 7. 1912) & Sons. Louie MItchel, were guests last Monday Mr Ollie Sherrow and family moved to discredit gov, rumen t control and the LASTING BENEFIT. of her son, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Brown. last week to the Buena Vista neighboreight-hou- r Lexington, Kentucky. law. Not only is this serOn November 17, 1916, Mrs. BrumMr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and little mett said: "I have had no return of daughters, Stella Mae and Edna, spent hood and Mr George Sherrow and wife ious charge made by both these great for Men and Boys. Best by test. moved to the hope vacated by Mr labor leaders, but it is substantiated kidney trouble since Doan's Kidney Saturday night and Sunday with her She'row. by numerous other members of the two Every pair guaranteed. Pills cured me. I know they are a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nath Bogie. brotherhoods. good remedy and I often recommend Miss Mayme and Georgia Crutchfield It is almost unbelievable that the G. them to others." BUENA VISTA heads of our great transportation sys Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim Messrs Smllie Hill and Herbert Jones I tems could so far forget the first dutv ply ask for a kidney remedy get were guests Sunday of Misses Sallie William Poor is quite ill. Master of American citizens as to oxploit their Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Lou Teater and Ethel Rav. Mr C. O. Ruble sold to Chas Shelby country In this great crisis of her hisMrs Brummett had. $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs a mare f6r $150. tory, for purely selthh ends. On the Props., Buffalo, N. V. LANCASTER MAN for fall Miss Lucy and Lura Jennings were other hand It is almost unbelievable $1.00. Write for particulars and FREK in Harrodsburg las week. that two such prominent leaders of the FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells FUNERAL DIRECTOR Stony Point DOING HIS DUTY. what to plant, how to plant and when Mr and Mrs A. J. Back are visiting people should he deceived Into laying Office Over National Hank. to plant. charge of such seriousness unless they For two years I suffered agonizing her parents in Winchester. Master Tevis Rayburn is very sick Residence Phone 3. Ollice Phone 27 pains in my stomach, belching up sour The Buena Vista Consolidated School were nrmly convinced of its tiuth. with pneumonia. SINGER, THE FLORIST The country had thought that the gas. Tongue al- haa purchased a new Victrola. LANCASTKR. KY. Miss Cora Fletcher is visiting her and bitter fluids and graceful manner in which government ways coated. Doctors were unable to ROUTE, P. HARRODSBURG, KY, sister, Mrs Clayton Anderson. Mrs Will Scott and daughter, Rachel, control was accepted by the manage. help me. The first dose of Mayr'a Miss Flora Price has returned home Wonderful Remedy made me feel 100 were in Harrodsburg, Thursday. ment of our railroad,, that all were in Miss Bettie Scott spent the week-en- d after visiting her sister, Mrs Hunter per cent better, and I am now feeling perfect harmony with the AdministraBOOKKEEPING with her parents at Nicholasville. tion in the effort to bring the war to BusIoeu.Phonograpby Davis. better than at any time in mv life. I Miss Janie Belle Frost Is at home for bring the war to a speedy close. TYPEWRITING and Miss Mary Barr has returned to deem it my duty to advise other suffeWe were feeling proud of our transporta TELEGRAPHY Nina where she will resume her duties rers." It isa simple, harmless prepara- a few weeks stay with her parents. K. Ruble aold to Ilruner and lion systems and pointing to them as as teacher. MrN. !Efil!!rMPJ!ili,E tion, that removes the catarrhal mucus Kentucky evidences of the deep loyalty of all Paint Lick. Mr. C. C. Hounshell. of.Camp Shelby from the intestinal tract and allays Dean, a three year old mule for $155. and baaktai bnaliiMa, alio 40 yaara 4nttng Wl Wa had also now, Miss, is spending a few days furlough the inflamation which causes practicaltoubi mn ana wunoi mr nrrns, ri,nur Uy. Mr Robert Surface sold to Mr N. E. classes of our people. UtnuWILBCH H. ftMITII, 1eInkIou, ly all stomach, liver and intestinal Ruble a sow and seven forty pound rejoiced that the great labor organiza with his wife. tions were standing so staunchly bv Master Carl and Reathel Morgan, of ailments, including appendicitis. Ona shoats for $50. thu government and would throw their Nina, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. dose will convince or money refundJOHN WHITE & CO. Safe guard the health of your great strength to the making of the ed. Steve Lay ton. LOUIS VILLI. KY. R. E. McROIlERTS. Druggist. family by using Kiln Dried Corn world safe for democracy. Fine Cut Flowers. Price Messrs John and Sylvester Rut this controversey is of too serLiberal assortment Meal. Hill Satur visited friends at Pleasant and full vsIim ious a nature to be paued by. . t Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. ur day and Sunday, MT. HEBRON John M. volves two of the most powerful Interrawi uno Mr and Mrs L. S. I'oore attended the ests in the country, and the very life Mrs Win Dnncan is very sick at this funeral of Mrs Walker Poore HH aaal BUCKEYE at Wit of the nation is affected. If the charge writing. Cat Bala more last week. Mr Walker Poor was la true, there is treason to Delayed. deal with. , Mrs John Hurmn who has been ill for formerly of this county and lias many If false, then two of America's greatseveral weeks is no better. friends who extend their sympathy in est labor leaders have sadly Mrs. Mai Carter has been ill for the fallen past few days. Mr B. A. Duncan sold to Mr Dillard his bereavement. down on their jobs and have brought Phone 365-Mr, R. W. Sanders bought from Mr. Ilrumfield, a mule for $125. their organizations Into bad repute. Mr A. S. Dean bought of Mr B. A. Llllard Miles, a cow price $100. Since the matter has gone ao far. it is up to Congress to thoroughly InvesBUCKEYE, KY. The ladies Missionary Society met Duncan some corn at $8. per barrel. HIGHEST PRICES PAID tigate. No pretuntory probe should Miss Iva L6u Preston of Buckeye last week at the home of Mrs. A. U. RsmltUas Mil.l m Day be tolerated, but the country should be spent last week with homo folks here. Miles. EMpauM is Rmli 4 a tb Unt la iwmJ mix) ilea .jitti made fully acquainted every BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY W. A. WHEELER Mr and Mrs Thos Hicks attended Mrs. Robert Layton was the guest No Commiitioa to Pay A The railroads are mora with everfact. i ww uruya Its IDur uiimg watar than the last week of her sister, Mrs. Handy preaching at Scotts Fork, Sunday and Ihsjta Uy. CutM mni Wrlu Prlc. Lbi ud arteries of the nation In this crisis, and brwaw roan, told, aor kdj nd atisr were with Mrs Mary A Sanders. Kurtz. 3Lipf4g Tart DENTIST consideration for no man or set of men bolt! ' mafcM tlf aitoot or mahriaa. Miss Elsie Whittaker has returned Mr Thos Barker was unfortunate . . KENTUCKY. should be permitted to Interfere with LANCASTER, M. Sabel & Sons home after several weeks stay with enough to get a finger cut off by catchtheir free operation. ImipvtUj fetelUU US Office over Stormes Drug Store. ing It between wagons, last week. relatives here. 3JEICI UW8I C9., LuUfltt, If Use the probe and probe to the l LOUUVOJJC.KY. Mrs H, R. Montgomery and children, Little Elizabeth Kurtz spent part of Hours SOLD BY R. E. McKOBERTS a.m. 14 p.m. 7i0-9p.bottom. A TWICE-TOLD TREES TALE. eJ Evergreens, Grace, Asparagus, Seed tatoes, Strawberries, H.F.Hillenmeycr Small Fruits, Shrubs, Fruitand Shade Trees Or. Wm. Ie Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes C. COX, Manse.Ky Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting J. A. Beazlev M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Honaker rnno s?xrri It McRoberis. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Sens Lay AMAZINGLY '"" The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 28 1918. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH rr-- r- TELEPHONE 97. MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED WISE I CO. j I 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. S LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARRET -- THE PI0NEER LARGEST FLOOR SPACE BETTER BE ABLE TO SAY c I'm Glad I I I s Did" than "I Wish Had" The Eecord Average Average Average Average Average Average Average Average Average 36.34 35.71 3G.17 I I Our Last Sale at the Madison I I 219,030 Pounds, $69,905.22. & Son P. L. Tussey Coy and Campbell Newby and Todd Nnt Prewltt White and Wiseman Million and Agcc Davis and Long Griggs anil Roberts Sale Average $31.91 , j 1 J, J. Sebnstinn 1520 pounds 1315 pounds 5745 pounds 3815 pounds 1700 pounds 1380 pounds 12G0 pounds 1920 pounds 1205 pounds Average $ 47.21 41.18 41.99 Average 2G0 Average Average 39.09 Average 38.00 Average 38.10 37.54 Average Average 3683 Avenge P. L. Tussey, No 2 Walker and Dillon Walker and Graves Elmore and Middleton Burrus and Long Wheeler and Elmore Elmore and Best Woods and Cates Galey and Broaddus 1830 pounds 7005 pounds 5H5 pounds 2510 pounds 3905 pounds 4 'i GO pounds 4295 pounds G410 pounds 2440 pounds 35.30 35.22 31.66 34.51 34.43 33.48 We please others,vwhy not you? Call SPLENDID LIGHT A a n 97 for market conditions. FREE STALLS T. FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY-TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDENT. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. I I E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. THE NATIONAL BANK OF I.ANCASTER. He Removed the Danger Signal Pherman. IaronU, K. Y.. trouble, did not hava any ambition and felt all tired out. 1 UMd Foley KJdner l'Ula and In a few days to feel better, and now E have entirely recorered and have had no return of my painful jrmptoma.' One cannot help becoming nervous and feellna tired and worn out when the kldneya fall to filter and throw out of the eve tern the poisonous waate mat that causes kidney troubles and tiladiler ailments. llackache Is one of Nature a darirer elrnals that the kidneys are closced up and Inactive, It la often followed by rheumatism, annortnt bladder or urinary dlnordera, puffy awelllncs tin Jr the eyea, ewolleii ankles and pain Xul Joint- -. Foley Kidney nils get right at tha source of trouble. They Invigorate the kidneys to healthy action ana when the kidneys properly perform their function, the poisonous waste matter lM ellmlaaUd Iron thq system. STOItMES DRUG STORE. "I write:tiredBuntrd with kidney feeling In mr back, had a Frank TV. STANFORD County Clerk G. II. Cooper has ill several days this week. been Capitol $50,000, A. It- Surplus S30,000. Prri't. fr. U DENNY. Cashier. J. U ClLt., GetvIIook-Krvpe- r DENNY, PrviMent' J. E. STOKMBS. Vice J. It. Hftrrlf, IiuMIookKerper tr Safety Stmual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUK II. For Rent. BUSINESS. Cochran. Slormei. S. & Dmny. Aix J. L. Denny. J. H. IWy, J. K. GUI. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Miss Elizabeth 1 titrcins has been the in guest of Mm Catherine Sigler Louisville. Misses Sallie Mills Craig and Marie Italian! spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville. Mrs. Lelia U. Cook ot Lexington has been here with relatives and friends for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. LeCompte of Frankfort are the guests of her sister, Mrs. A. I'. Hunn. Mr. and Mrs. Ilen Williams of have been with her mother, Mrs. Susan it. Yeager. MiBses Nancy Hunn and Elizabeth guest of Carter were the week-enMiss Lillie Mae Sutton at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Itobards of Kress Texas, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Laura Hundley, and sister, Mrs. Clav Davis. Misses Liccie Holtzclaw and Mary Mrore Itaney of Caldwell High School, Richmond, spent the week end here with homefolks. Misses Kate Davis Itaney and Lottie Carson have teturned from Louisville, where they have been in a millinery wholesale house. Itev, II. J. Brazelton, Prof. M. I,. Caneer and wife. Miss Kllie Caneer and J, L. Ileazlry spent Sunday afternoon in Lancaster with friend. ( William Grimes was in Louisville I last week. He was accompanied home by his sister. Miss Matay Grimes, who was there from Lexington. Mr. J. C. Engleman of I'uris spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. John Kngleman, Sr, who lias been aick for several days, but is better. Mrs. W, II. O'Uaniion went to Lancaster, Monday, having been called there by the death of Willie Hell West, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkln, Misses Emily Ann and Anna Margaret Elkin, of Lancaster, and Lieut. James I'hillips ot Camp Taylor, were In this city Sunday afternoon. News hti been received here from Louisville of the approaching marriage of Hev. A. A. Higgins and Mils Catherine Slgler. Itev. Hlggin la the oldest aon of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Higgins of thii city, and Is one of the best Presbytettain minister to be found. Mr. M. D. Elmore suffered stroke of paralysis Thursday and his left side Our Pleasure to present to you statement of Feb. i 3, 1918 5 '10,000.00 10,253.03 9 $182,50.1.85 Notes mid Mortgages 57,780.00 U. S. mid oilier Bonds Cash lu Vault and in Dunks.. 77,108,13 3,000.00 Banking House 1.15015 Overdrafts $321.8-1- ' Cnpltnl Stock Surplus and Profits-U. S. Government . Deposits. DEPOSITS... $286,172.01 . is afTected. He was at his store1 when he had the stroke. Mr. Elmore is one of the oldest merchants in this city, and it is with much regret that his many friends learn of his illness. Miss Susan Fisher Woods entertain ed on Thursday the D. A. K.'s at The Princess. The tables were decorated in flags and miniture cherry trees, car- rying out Washington's birthday cele-- i I Miss Woods is bration in everything. 'regent of the local D. A. It. Chapter. The Princess which has been run for a year or so by Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Walter, in such an manner, changed hands Monday, when Mr. Walter sold out to Prewitt and Renfro, of Harrodsburg. who have already taken possession, Mr. John Kenfro coming here and taking charge. Twenty-eigh- t more of Lincoln counr. ty's boys left Monday for Camp They were given a hearty welcome while in this city. Dinner was served them at the St. Asaph Hotel and each were presented with a sweater by the local Ited Cross Chapter and the D. A. It. Chapter;.gave them "housewives". George W. Carter was arrested here Saturday charged with furnishing liquor to the negroes of this city. It is claimed that he has been going to Lebanon, and bringing it to this city and then giving It out to them to sell. Mr. Carter is a director in the Lincoln National Ilank of this city, is one of the richest men of the county. His trial was set for Monday, but was postponed until Thursday. He went his own bond. It is said that there are'about six cases against him. Dave Hervey. The Red Cross Chapter met with Mrs. R. G. Woods, Tuesday. 9 dozen 4x4 compresses and 1G hospital shirts were Made. The Expression class of the Paint Lick High School, will present the play "Our Awful Aunt" at the school building Friday evening, March 1. at I o'clock. Special features will be given before and after the play and between The price of admission, includacta ing War Tax will be 10 and 15 cents. Birds' Christmas Dinner. A traveler In Sweden tells of n pretty custom: "Not n peasant will alt down with his children tn a Christina dinner. Indoors, tilt he hits first raised nloft n Christmas dinner for the little 11 rdi that live In tho cold and Know without." Why Suffer? Airs. J. A. Cox, of W. Va., writes: "My daughter . . . suffered terribly. Shs could not turn In bed the doctors gave Iicr up, and we brought her home la die. She had suffered so much at time. Having heard of Cardul, we got It for her." ... ... 393.2 Due to Banks 3.030.15 $321,818.43 PAINT LICK Ground is being broken for a Garage in Paint Lick. Mrs. Hubert Walker spent Monday in Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs, Ernett Woods were in Lancaster Monday. Mr. Will Jones of Itichmond was a recent visitor here. Miss Nannie Itobinson was a visitor in Uerea Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Hiddell and children are visiting in Kingston this week, 13 9 CARDUI Tfie Woman's Tonic "In a few days, she began to Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble at. . . Cardul cured her, and we sine Us praises everywhere." We receive many thousands of similar letters cverv year, telling of tho. good Cardul has done for women who suffer front complaints so common to their sex. It should do - If our statement looks substantial to you, and our Board of Directors appear t you as good business men and our service to our customers has been recommended to you and you wish to save your money for n rainy day, we ask that you make your deposit with us and we will thank you. Peoples Bank. Lick, Kentucky. Paint Red.Alsike, Long White Sweet Clover Seed; Timothy Seed. Re- cleaned Orchard Grass and Kentucky Blue Grass Seed. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Miss Mary Ilrown of Lancaster was the week end guest of her sister, Mrs. iMd',0- fit t The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 28. 191 8. follow, and, since we have already exRICHARDSON UNITED STATES CIVIL SER perienced another very cold map, there is no longer any trace of the insects INCORPORATED. After a lingering Illness of Hdght' VICE EXAMINATIONS, which caused Mr. Hamilton such a Disease, Mr. William Ilichardson, died $1.00 A YEAR, BSUEO WKEKLT. lively surprise. at his home on the Danville road last J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. night. He was 38 years old and a mem STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER: R.L, ELKIN. Local Etlltor nnd Mtfr. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. Her ot the Holiness church, lie Is su Slenojripher or Typewriter, Male And vlved by his wife and two children. II Cnter3 ftl lh foil Ofllc In LaneMter, Our people were made sad this week will be buried in the Lancaster ceme Female. Departmental Service f Second Clui Mill Miner. because death summoned one of our tcry tomorrow afternoon. Vacancies at Washington D. C. All our Member Kentucky Press Association young men from our midst. hearts go out in sympathy to the mothtnd enjoy this real To Be Held At Berea, Kr, MAKIN. er and father, brothers and sisters. Eighth District Publishers League. cigarette. BeOn March II, 1918 This reminds us that; Mr. S. it. Mc.Makln, after a linger "Our hearts though strong and brave, ing illness of cardiac asthma, died Lancaster, Kr., February 28, 1918 good full of flavor ginning At 9 A. M. his home In Simpsnnville, on February Still like muflled drums are beating pipe. 20. He leaves a wife who was Mia cis Funeral marches to the grave." ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 3. Rates For Political Announcements Therefore, "let us work while it Is day, Katherine Arnold, of Garrard county. The United States Civil Service Com 6.00 for night cometh when no man can The funeral services were held at the For Precinct and Citv JI!l:es ...$ 10.00 work. Let us be up and about our Baptist church In Simpsonville, alter mission announces that open competl "or County Offices 15.00 father's business. For there are those which interment took place In Grove tive examinations for stenographer tor State and District Office typewriter, stenographer, or typewrit bent down with sorrow and care, those Hill Cemetery, in Shelbyville. For Calls, per line er, for both men and women. Depart 10 in destitute circumstances, those disFor Cards, per line tho mental Service, to secure eligibles to couraged and despondent, who need For all publications in the InterCHEATHAM. fill vacancies at WASHINGTON, I), how- and yearn for the blessed ministry of delicious. You est of individuals or expreswill be held at the city, on the dale, christian love." The Christian relig-io- n sion of Individual views, per After an Illness of several months, flavor toasting improves is always defined in terms of ser- Mr. Napoleon 1). Cheatham, died at hi and at tne time named above. lin All competent persons are urged 05 vice. James' definition being an ex home in Bryantsville last Friday night, Obituaries, per line tho of bread. ample ; "Pure religion and undefined be-- ! Mr Cheatham was one of the best enter this examination, as there Is lit tobacco exactly. samo fore our God and Father is this, tot known citizens In this section of the tie doubt but that all those who receiv As evidence of the radical change ii visit the fatherless and widows In their i county, where he was born about sixty eligible ratings will lie tendered an. sentiment in this country within the pointment. The usual enlranro salary past few years, we would cite our read amotion, and to Keep nimselt unspotted eight eara ago and where he had lived for these positions ranges from $1000 from the world.' all his life. He was a devout member .ers to the evolution of the income tax, to $1200 a year, the War Dept. making of the Methodist church, being one But a few years sgo the man would all appointments at $1100 with promo, The Bible school was a little short on have pionosed an income tax in Con attendance last Sunday, only 1G1 vv.ere its most earnest members for the past tion to $12(11 after three months' satis He will be greatly cress would have effectually signed hi present. If you want to be a better twenty tears. Occasionally there I th- - community where he has factory service. own political death warrant. We had christian, attend the Bible school and missed in the last few years nursed the sick opportunity for appointment at ome. for come to believe from more than a cen receive training for service. You what higher entrance salaries in tin turv's experience that indirect taxation never outgrow the Bible school. It and comforted the distressed in their case of persons who attain good ratings afflictions. was the only kind of taxation for which may be that jou are so "near sighted" Mr. Cheatham is survived by his n the examination and who have lis, the American people would stand, that it appears small high-grad- e secretarial or stenographic at a distance. wife and two children, Dan Cheatham Even In our state and municipal govern of Ashland, Kv, and Mrs. II. II. Hal experience. ments personal earnings piny no part in Just a word to parents, teachers and Full information in regard to th the scheme of taxation and even per officers in the Bible school: -- Were you comb of Bryantsville. Funeral services were conducted by scope and character of tbeexaminations sonal property is largely exempt. or your child among those who left the s contained in Form 1424, "Informa his pastor, Itev. G. S. Conant, of Wil But as the expenses of governmen Bible school and neglect the hour of after tion for Applicants for Stenogiapher figures, it be- worship. Listen, point is this, the more, last Sunday morning, bounced to unheard-oand Typewriter Examinations." edition came evident that direct taxation worship does not need vou, vou need which interment took place in the Lan of July. 1917. ATTENTION IS IN would have to be resorted to, and the the worship. Our children should be caster cemetery. VITEI) TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL incomes of the land were selected as trained to attend the hour of worship KEGISTEItS ESTABLISHED FltOM the best able to bear it. This tax was with becoming reverence, else some WEST. THESE EXAMINATIONS, MEN at first very light and only placed on day you will ask vourselt the question. TIONED IN ANNOUNCEMENT NO. verv larire incomes. Willie Belle West, youngest son of 807 - Amended. "why is it that my son or daughter. . Gradually the limit has been lowered. seems Indifferent toward the worship." Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West, died at the Applicants must have reached their until now all yearly incomes of $1000 family home on Danville street at 4;30 eighteenth birthday un the date uf for single men and $2000 for men 6f Just as soon as our Duplex Envelopes o chick Sunday morning, and with his examination. famiiv. must come to the help of their arrive jou will receive your packet. passing Lancaster loses one of her Applicants must be examined in the covernment. model young men. State in which they reside, and have But why the limit? Why should the For the benefit of the boys and girls The young man had been a long suf. been actually domiciled Ounruntced by in such State man who makes $99U. a year be exempt who attend the morning worship next ferer, and last September his parents for at least one year previous to the from the tax simply because he failed Sunday, I will tell a story. took him to Asheville N. C, where the examination, and must have the County to annex that odd dollar? He may be change of climate seemed to benefit Ollicer's Certificate in the application far better able to spare the money WANTED. MEN! MENU MEN!!I him; he returned home in November form executed. than the man who earns $1000 or even for a visit, intending to return to Ashe. It will be necessary that the appli $1500 a year. The teaching service of the church vine, out tne long siege ot severe cant furnish a tjpewritcr, which should Gettin right down to the gist of the will begin 9:45 a. m., the hour of wor- weather, together with his rapidly de be sent to the cxamiration room in ad matter, isn't anv limit arbitrary and ship begins 10:55 a. m. For those who clining health prevented. vance of the examination. The exact unjust? That depends entirely upon atterd the churches services we as Throughout his long illness he was location of the examination room may the light in which we view the matter sure a most cordial welcome. never heard to utter a word of com- be ascertained at the IVstolficr. It' is sfS of taxation. If we regard it as a bur The sermon theme for Sunday morn plaint, and during the last few days his believed suitable arrangements can bt TO den, then perhaps we should set a limit ing will be "The Lord's Day". efforts were exerted to be as little made with local typewriting concerns under which no man should be asked to trouble to his friends and loved ones as or commercial schools for the rental or IS share in it. But is taxation entirely a possible, a trait which characterized OF Has Creat Specific Gravity. loan of machines. Isn't it rather one of our burden? his entire life. t Mercury lias the specific THE APPLICANT SHOULD ALSO greatest privileges that we be permit- gravity of all liquids, but recently anWillie Belle West was born In Lan BRING WITH HIM A PHOTOGItAPH ted to share in the maintenance of the other lins been discovered which Is also caster on the 31st day of March 1900. NOT MOUE THAN TWO YEAltSOLI). fU government that protects us and makes so heavy that stone of all kinds and his entire life had been spent here. Tin t pes, group photographs, or proofs us what we are? granite, limestone, qunrtz, etc., float After attending the Lancaster school, will All who havo not already done so, will please procure a supnot be accepted. If we would go deep enough inlo this In It It Is saturated nqueous solution he went to Millersburg Military In ply of War Saving Stsmps and Thrift Stamps, War SaIngs questien of taxation we might discover of tung stoporate. Its specific grav- stitute for one term, and it was his These examinations are open to all Hi. Cards and Thrift Cards from their Banker at once and place same citizens of the United States who meet that the aloofness with which many ity is 3A whereas that of ordinary intention, and he was very anxious to on sale. Amenpans view their government aris- rock does not exceed 7. Only a few complete his education at that school, the requirements. In view of the nerds We are informed by the Treasury Department that Kentucky of the service, subjects of countries es largely from the fact that they have precious stones have a specific gravity but the condition of his health Is at the bottom of the list of Stairs In the sale of these Stamps. allied with the United States will be greater than trmtof this liquid, for never been made to feel that they susLet Garrard county and every patriotic cillZJii of Garrard county, which reason It Is'proposed to employ admitted to these examinations, proEveryone knew him, and to know tained any real vital relation to that It for the separation of sudrstones do his part to redeem the fair name of Kentucky, and help win vided they are otherwise qualified. government; that it is an institution from masses of broken rock. him was to love him, for he had man) the war. Such persons may not be certified for for which they are in no way responsiUrge every customer, who is able to do so, to buy the limit: traits which attracted people to him, appointment, however, sc long as thre ble and to which they owe none but a chief of which was his affability, alUrge all others to buy to the limit of their $1000.00 of stamps. are United States citizens on the elignegative allegiance. ways a pleasant smile and a cheerful ible lists. ability, and to keep on bu)ing. If they can u.t buy Saving UTOMATIC INSURANCE Americans might well begin thinkgreeting for everyone, and even when St ami, Insist that they buy Thrift Stamps. Applicants should at once apply for ing of a universal tax. It may come in wretched health and undergoing Forms 301 Bnd 1424, stating the title Get vour report card into the mail Saturday, March 2ml.show-ir- g and sooner than many of us suspect. severe suffering his answer to the of the examination desired, to the Secall sales up to that date. Beginning Thursday, March 7th, we COVERS MEN LOST ON ii' many solicitous inquiries of his friends retary, Sixth U. S. Civil Service Diswill publish in the Central Iiecord, a rwrt showing the sales of was that "ho was feeling fine". His trict, Cincinnati, Ohio. Applications eich agent in the county. Let's see who will head the list. TORPEDOED TRANSPORT popularity among his associates and H. V. 11ASTIN, Chm. Garrard County War Savim--a Kom. should be properly executed, excluding WE DO NOT KNOW Any American soldiers lost on the tor friends was attested to by the silent the medics! certificate, but including grief of his former schoolmates of the IT MAY BE SO. pedoed transport were protected by High school, who attended in a body the County Ollicer's Certificate, and filed with the Secretary, Sixth U. S. United States Government insurance funeral of their one time school Civil Service District, Cincinnati, Ohio, On Monday afternoon last, as J. I. and Government compensation. Those the fellow. The esteem in which he was In time for him to arrunge for the exHamilton was walking across an old who had not applied tor insurance were held in the community, the town and amination. meadow, where he had gone to drive covered by automatic insurance which It is desired that the applicant show payable to a wife, ciiikl, or widowed the county, was attested to by the up his cows for the night, he was aspeople who followed his on the brief of the application that he tonished suddenly to see large num- mother. The automatic insurance ag- vast crowd of remains to their last resting place, and is applying for the examination coverbers of grasshoppers jumping out of gregates about $4,300, netting $25 a by the great mass of beautiful (lowers ed by anrounccment No. 3. Buy War Savlnrj Stamps and his path as he proceeded through the month for 240 months. Insurance that grave. Secretary, Sixth U. a. Civil field. They were of various sizes and had been applied for is payable to a which banked his HELP TO STOP THE VVAK When twelve years of age he united Service District. of every hue of the rainbow, but none much larger class of beneficiaries and with the Christian church ai.d the habit 403 Government Building. had wings. Mr. Hamilton could can go as high as $10,000, netting$57.50 of regular and punctual attendance Cincinnati, Ohio. j Call and ask about them. It is your Duty. scarcely believe his eyes. month for 240 months. Here, in formed in his Sunday school golngdays, ISSUED; February 21. 1918. r, was a distinct anomaly in The compensation in case of death. was continued as long as his health without the realm of entomology. He was given by the Government would permit. charge and regardless of rank or pay, puzzled. TRANSPORTATION FOR Funeral services at the grave at tito After recovering from his surprise, ranges from $20. to $75 a month, based thirty o'clock Monday OK LANCASTKlt. KY. ufternoon were Payhowever, he Bet about to rapture a few on the number of dependents. ALL FARM PRODUCTS, conducted by itev.'s Moorman and It. K. HUDSON. President. specimens, and presently succeeded in ments under the compensation feature J. J. WALKKIt. Vice Prest. Hudson. W. f). I'lGNEV, Ass't Cash'r doing so, but only after much quick f the military and naval insurance act Job J. WAlJtElt. Jii.. Besides his mother and father, he is No List Of "Nonessentials" To Be and agile work. These he enclosed in a in case of death are pavable to a widow W. K. CHAM!', Cashier. survived by one brother, Joe West, of paper carton and brought to town, children, or dependent widowed mother. Promulgated. city, one half brother, Burnam T. ON ROLL OF HONOR. where they have been accepted as conThe automatic insurance ceased on this West of Iowa, and three half sisters. crete evidence of his veracity. They February 12, but the compensation fea- Miss Itepresentatives of the United States have since succumbed to the cold. ture of the act is a separate provision. Ethel Ileitis West of this place, Mrs. Department of Agriculture, after conWest Darnold of Winnipeg CanOnly once before in the history of The scale of compensation in case of ference at the offico of the Director ada, and Mrs. IEobert Embry of this country has a phenomenon of this death follows; aAuasartxai Central of Itailroads, were informed sort been seen in winter, and that was the Director General has not pro(a) For a widow alone, $25. The deep sympathy of the entire that when Josh Kemper noticed on his farm mulgated a list of nonessential farm (b) For a widow and one child, $35. community for the bereaved ones ia a similar spectacle enrly in February products which will be denied trans(c) For a widow and two children, shared by the Itecord, 1888. In that case, as in this, the in- $17.50. with $5 for every additional portation facilities, and docs not consects were observed immediately after child up to two. template issuing any such order. Taking Oil Stains From Concrete. heavy snows had been melted by a hot was made that the Department (d) If there be no widow, then for It has been found that oil stains on of Agriculture disseminate 'this Inforun after they had been Ijing on the one child; $20. by concrete floors may be removed ground a long time. mation as widely as possible to the (e) For two children. $30. using a mixture of one pnuud of oxalic A solution of this mystifying incident farmers of the country. (f) For three children, $40, with $5 add In three gallons of water, with undoubtedly lies in the fact that these for each additional child up to. two. The Director General believes that enough wheut flour added to mak'o a grasshoppers had hatched prematurely Mg) For u widowed mother, $20. paste that can be applied with a brush. under the plan now being formulated Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. under the warm protective blanket of The amount "payable under this sub- Allow the application to remain foT it will be potsible to provide adequate snow which has covered tha earth division shall not be greater than a two days, and then remove It with transportation for farm products this nearly all winter. They were doomed sum which, when added to the total clean water and a scrubbing brush. A year. Farmers should place orders for to decimation, of course, upon the ap- amount payable to the widow and second application may be necessary cars, when needed, with local freight In stubborn cases. proach of any cold weather that might children, does not exceed $75. agtnt, aa has always been the practise. The Central Record LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE YOU'LL a It's just as IT'S TOASTED The Burley tobacco is taste toasted; makes know tho And it's with Qp j AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR THE SALE AND WAR SAVINGS THRIFT STAMPS 1 I a & 1 K a a. Here !s Something You Con Do We Citizens National Bank W. 0. RIGNEY. Director and Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 28 1918k 5 imw Tn iicp rnpw pi nno iw uuu buan liiuun.i vnnn 11(11 it im thic mi nn iWi nvn II IIII.J D 11 Manure Spreaders, PITLESS SCALES CHEAP. Gossip About People A Brief Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tomlinson were visitors In Lexington yesterday. Little Miss Catherine Morgan been quite sick with the mumps. huh hai Vulcan Plows, $13.00 Har- Mtntlon of ths Comlnji and Coir ci by Thou Ws Ars InlmiUd In. Mrs. James Hefley and children, have been visiting relatives here. Master Edward Southard of Stanford is the guest of Mrs. Hayden Leavell. Collars, Humes, Hreccliitid. Trace Chniiis, Collnr I'nds, Saddles nml ness. It will pay you to get our prices. J. 3C R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. 3i Mr. George Eites has been visiting Mr. Tom Anderson it quite ill at the his brother, Harvey Moore, at GeorgeGullev House.' town. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ross were in Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lee spent the I'rof. I', II. Hopkins spent the week- day with Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Lee, Monday. end in Lexington, Miss Elizabeth Best was a recent guest of Mrs. J. II. Conn. Mr. (Hns Carrier was a visitor Paint l.lck Saturday night. In 50 Per Cent of the Storage Batteries Have Been Frozen. NOTICE pcznezzic 3E 31 IE Mrs. Ira J, Holtzclaw left Monday for a rccuperativ" stay at Hot Sprihgs, ArkansHS. Mrs. Robert Todd was in Stanford Saturday and Sunday with friends. Mr. Harry Haney of M. M. I.. - at home for a few davs. Miss Sadie Beazley will leave Sunday for Somerset to attend a school there. Miss Annie Margaret Mrs. I.. C. Gulley and Mrs. G. M. Lvons are spending several days in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thompson are spending tne waek with Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell. The necessity of conserving wheat flour is calling attention of housewiv. a to other flours. The following receipts for corn flour are recommended as Found some money on street last haying been found satisfactory. Monday. Call Ha.elden Bros. BUTTEitMILK BISCUITS, Buff Plymouth Itnck eggs for ssle. with Corn Flour. 75cts per setting of 15. 2 heaping teacups Corn Flour, Mrs Jack Adams. 1 heaping teacups Wheat Flour. For Sale-Fi- ve 1J teaspoons baking powder, Turkev Hens and 1 tea?poonful soda, three Toms. Mrr. Clarence Green, 2 teaspoonfuls salt, Paint Lick, Itoute 2. 1 teacupful lard. For Sale Lot and five acres of land Enough buttermilk tu make soft dough; Suitable for This will make about dozen and '.on Lexington street. a half biscuits. By leaving out the residence. (3t) Walton Moss. soda and buttermilk and addim- - more baking powder, and sweet milk, you For Sale Ole Hickory Wagon, 3in get Btiout the same results. If you good as new, cutting harrow, good as allow dough to stand thirty minutes before baking results are a irreat deal new and other farming tools. T. C. Elkin. Lancaster, Ky. better. to PIE CIIUST, with Corn Flour, If you arc not usiniJ t lie car your Siornrfc Battery is possibly frozen and you do not know it. If sent to us immediately, we enn rebuild them at a small cost nml save ths Battery, lmt if allowed to stand with ice in tlicm they are ruined. Better look at your Battery and have it charged and thus save lmyint! n new one. We are the only Battery Station neurer than Lexington. When in Danville let us inspect your Battery. No Chariie. Phones 798-- 31 Elkin of spent the week end with home-folk- Itev. Frank N. Tinder of Versailles, was a visitor in Lancaster thu pnst week. Miss Dove Harris of Danville spent Sunday with her sister. Mrs. I'attie Anderson. We sell Willard, Exide and Vesta Batteries. Judge Homer Ilatson of Ixjuisville spent Sunday with his father. Mr. It. II. liaison. The Dauvifie Buick Go L. B. CONN, Proprietor. n IE Ilnliin.nn rtf fVntrn College is sending a lew daya with his homefolks. Mr. Alvnmlr li teacupfuls Corn Flour, 1 teacupful wheat flour, Mrs. Grace Caldwell has returned to 1 teacupful lard, J teaspoon salt, her home after a months stay with her J teaspoon Baking powder, father, Mr. II. S. Gay. 1 teaspoonful sugar. Mrs. Charles Kankin and little son Mix tl.e lard well with the dry ingreare visiting her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. dients then add enough real hot water to make dough the right c insistency. Hen Hamm at Somerset. Enough for two large pies. Mr. Frank Conn of Asheville N.C., s spending a few days with his parents, (HUDDLE CAKES, with Corn Flour. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Conn. 2 cup Corn flour. H cuns sweet milk 1 puv. Miss Margaret Cook, of K. C. W . 2 teaspoons melted butter. spent the week-enwith her parents, 3 teaspoons baking powder, teaspoon Salt. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cook. Mix and sift the dry incredients and Mesdames Harry Andersoi, Hayclen add the milk and beaten egg. Beat Leavell and Charlie Thompson were in well, add the butter. Bake on n hot Danville shopping, Monday. griddle. WANTED-He- mp Breakers. Will pay $3.25 a hundred and furnish rooms for sleeping. J. H. Thompson, (2t) Preachersville, Ky. desired. 211. erty opposite Milton Mahan, a bargain, payments easy, weekly or monthly if II. C. Hamilton. FOU SALE The John Nelson prop- FOR SALE: 280 acres Black Indiana hemp land, all or part; 3 seta buildings; 3 mi. tile: good roads; R. R. near: $175 per acre. Address Lock Box 275, Warsaw, Indiana. FOP. SALE. I have twenty good, well broke mules Walnut Street. 31 Id 31 Danville, Kentucky. IEZ3CZZ3C 3C 31 Mr. E. II. Combs of the Normal Mr. Hubert Cobb of Cincinnati spent Sunday in Lancaster the guest of Miss School at Itichmond has been the guest of hit sister, Mrs. Ed Sealc. I.illie Jones. Mrs. Thomas Kankin and son, are Mr. l.ouii Tinder of North Middle-tow- n was in Lancaster for a few days visiting in Itichmond, the guests of her daughter. Mrs. John Hendren. the past week. Mr. It. E. Hatfield motored over from Mrs. It. C. Henry was called to the Danville, Sunday, and was the guest oi bedside of her mother. Mrs. Milton Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield. Ward, wr.o is ill with pneumonia. Miss Docia Metcalf of Paint l.lck Mrs. W. B. Burton ana Miss Martha was the charming guest Saturday and Kavanaugh have returned home after bunds)- of Miss Nettie rarmer. spending several days in Louisville. Miss Emma Doty entertained at a Mrs. W. O. Rigney, Mrs. Wesley B. birthday dinner lat Thursday night in Dickerson and .trs. Bettie It. Smith, honor of her father. Mr. Jessie Doty. are in Cincinnati for a few days stay. Mrs. George Hobimon and daughter, Little Stanly Clark, after spending Minnie Mae, were in Louisville for two weeks with his grand parents has several days shopping the port week. returned to his homo on the Lexington Mr. and Mrs. John Ilaughman and pike. son. Brannon, of Danville, spent Sun Mrs. Emma Iligginbotham has re day with Mr. J. A. Beazlcy and family turned home after spending several Prof, and Mrs. M. I.. Caneer and weeks in Junction City, the guest of "Baby Sister", at.d Mr. Jack Beazley, relatives. of Stanford, were visitors in Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Henry and son, Sunday. J nines, Milton, of K irk evil If, were Miss Margaret Carr of St. Louis, week-envisitors of her sister, Mrs. arrived Sunday, and win have charge W. G. Clark. of the trimming department for Mrs, Bella Francis. Mesdames Elizabeth Burgess and Miss Tommie Francis has returned Mrs. Bradley Cunningham, of Bryantshome after spending several days in vllle spent Sunday with Miss Amanda Itichmond the guest ot her sister, Mrs, Anderson. George BalleW. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Leak, Mrs. Mr. Howard Montgomery, who holds Doru Miller, Mr?. Wes Bourne and Mrs a good position and is making good in Alex Bourne spent Monday with Mrs. Akron Ohio, is here for a few dm a Tom McMillan. visit to his parent. Mr. and Mrs. II. I). Lee were in LexMessrs Herbert Slede and E. K. Mil- ington last week, where he went to sell ton of Transylvania College. Lexington his tobacco. The Bed Cross ladies were accompanied Mr. Willix Mac Elliott soliciting the tobacco men in favor of home for the week-end- . the It. C. and Mr. Lee gave them $10. r Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen (lie Columbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine tlio Columbus. Strongly built of tbo best material tlio Columbus wagon gives tlio most satisfactory service for tho longest period of years. There is no secret in tlio notedly ling lifo of the Columbus wagon. It is tie result of tlio methods employed in cotiMructiou. There is no wood ill this wagon which lias not been under shelter from one to two years. Tlio idea and the suke4 of tlio wheel nro hickory; the bounds, and aandlHMrds are oak, ami the bottom of tlio box is straight grained ll.iwh i. pii.. Theao are juit a few examples of the care which is wagon ai reliable as Kib!e. The result is that tha taken to Make t:-Columbus v. -- non - .ni l ' .! 'o in reliability and endurance. Como in and cunune it i r i .r..- - if. M know vhj will be pleased. i iibli Easy Thinj to Decide. Any mnn may know whether he Is wise or fnntlh. If he Is wlp he can FOR SALE. lenrn something even from n fool. If he Is n fool he won't lenrn even from New seven naasenrer I'mVe tourinir a wise mnn. car. Owner in France. Apply to J. Ed. Allen or Gill M. Cooper, Sex on Plants. (2t) Danville. Ky. The chief reason for the existence In plants seems to bo the need of sex MONEY TO LOAN for n constant change, a rejnvenntlon nnd modification of the progeny Garrard Circuit Court. through uniting the characters of two James Temple's Admr., et al. Pllfs. Individuals Into one, thus new- - forms vs arise. Alice Temple, et al, Defts. By order of the Garrard Circuit court j Had Mania for Horse Hair. Pulling hairs from the tails of horses in the above case I am ordered to loan hands as Commissioner was the ehnrge ngnlnst a man In Lon- the fund don the other day. He was cfcnrged t amounting to about $373.00. Approved with having stolen four and n quarter security will be required. W. II Brown, M. C. G.C.C. pounds of horse hair from a livery company, nnd the claim was that ho deliberately pulled this out of had Names That Slflnlfy Nothing. the tails of tlio company's horses. Really, what Is In n name? Irish stew Found guilty, the man was fined $25. is nttln iTinirn In Ireland: Roman can dles did not originate In Rome; what Is lrnmvn In liiiselmll imrlance ns n "Tex Star for Every State. It Is literally true that there Is n star as Lengner" happens In ns many games in our fine for every state. The law of played outride or tlie Texas lenguo as 1312 that gave the their present those nlnved In It : the Irish daisy Is In arrangement provided that the stars, reality n dandelion; Netherlander cornu start nt the upper If j don't make It n custom to pay rnr tneir ner nnd rend each of the six rows from own refreshments while entlng and left tn right, shall correspond to each drinking with friends, and thereby Mute In the order of Its ratification oi make constant what Is known ns a the Constitution. "Dutch rriat." And so on, for in finite examples. four to seven years old, ranging in price from $150 to $250. W. B. Burton. FARMS WANTED Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. 3C IT 3C 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right nuw this Country is colling for men tot stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old C.'orv triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting1 us emphasize", in nothing clue could do, tha imortar,ce of good health, both' as an individual and Rational asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ollke, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless'iios-sessioWhen you 11 nd yoursell running- down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as Is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take n course of COM-CEL-SA- R Mrs 1!. C Tankersley and son, James Mrs. Henry Simpson, who was the Edwin, of Hamilton, Ohio, are spend guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs. U. D. ing a few da) a with her parents, Mr. Simpson, has returned to her home in and Mrs, J. W. Pumphrey. Lexington. She was accompanied home by her little daughter, Elizabeth Mr. Harry Elmore left Sunday- - tor who has been upending severs! days Nashville Tenn., w here he has accept with her grand-parented a lucrative position. His wife and n children will join him soon. guests to atAmong the tend the funeral cf Willie Belle West Mr. und Mrs. Joe Walker have re were Mrs. Shelby Iliirp, Miss Lena turned home nfter spending several Pher-igNina Smiley. uy with the bride s sister. Miss Mar- Smiley, MissIke Dunn, Mr.Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. und garet Motrow, at Columbus Ohio. Hubert T. Embry and sons, of LexingMr. Scott of Ghent Ky, registered ton, and Mrs. O. Ilannon, of Stanford. recently at the Kengnrlaii as a visitor Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Embry enterto his sister. Miss Elizabeth Scott, tained at their country home Isst Tuespopular teacher of the High School. day evening in honor of liev. and Mrs. Beside the guests of The Bed Cross shipped compresses, 1 box of knitted articles honor, those present were; Mr, and last week. About 50 ladies were pres Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mr. and Mrs. Kosj ent. Every one is Invited to attend Baslin, Mr. und Mrs, Henley Bastin, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson. every Friday. GOO SI z W -- the kind AST ,,'jrWl . . r-- , r .Mzx...u SjL . .1 'n.J."r bant, &r Farm of 100 to 150 acres, improved, must lay well and be productive at $100 to $150. per acre. Farm of about 100 acres, well improved, must be good land In two or three miles of Lancaster, on pike. Will pay as much as $200. per acre for the right farm. Will buy two or three farms worth the money anywhere In this or adjoining counties. We are now receiving inquiries for farms for sale for 1919 possession. If you have a farm you expect to dispose of this year, lis, now; the earlier the better. If the farm you own is too small we will sell it and find you a larger one. Auction sales solicited. For farms, city property for sale or exchange nonsuit the D. A. Thomas Realty Agency. flulfy.tender cakes, biscuits zml gauze J. It. Moorman. doughnuts that jus: keep you hanging 'round the pantry-- all nude with Q.1KIHG FGWDEH tafcM, purest, most economical k'nd. Try It drlvecway ta'-e-!-jv I'.ie Plumbing HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFffj'V guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney hack) If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homi for Isck of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at Ono Dollar torthreee boxes, legally COM.CEl.-SALegally liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, guaranteed for the blood and Indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOl'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all I'alns. bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Dakoto Jack-White-Mo- on Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. KY. I 372) 31 West Broadway. LOUISVILLE. 3t 3 C 3C Zll the promotion to n Captaincy of Dr. The genial doctor volW. L. Carman. unteered his services immediately after the outbreak of the war and was com missioned a Lieutenant '1 lie promotion Mr. and Mrs. li. F. Naylor, who have is quite an honor and u well deserved as their attractive guests, Misses Marie one. Capt, Caiman is now stationed Hay und Uernie Montgomery, enter at Camp Meade. MJ. tained very delightfully Friday even ing at a marshmallow party. Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Price who have winter i.i Florida, Miss Duclah Beazley will entertain been spending the today at a noonday dinner, at her borne and are still enjoying the sunshine of the south, are being entertained by in the country, in honor of li- -r alster. friends, as the following from the Miss Sadie Beazley, who leaves Sunday Tainpa Morning Tribune indicates. to make her home in Somerset. "Wednesday Mrs. M. II. Mabry en Brother Tinder motored over from tertained at luncheon at the Tampa North Middletown Thursday, Mis. Hay hotel, complimenting her sinters, Tinder stopping the while in the coun- Mrs. Thomas Johnson Price, of Kentry with her daughter, Mrs. Benjamin tucky and Mrs. G. Frederick Smith, of Itobinson, On their return they were Stanford. Her guests were Mrs. Price, accompanied by Mi Delia Tinder for Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Frank llently and Mrs. Giddlngs Mabrv. a few days' visit with her family, Misses Elizabeth Carter and Nancy llunn, and Mr. Charles Mann of Stan ford, and Mils Blanche Phillipps of guestsof Miss Danville, were week-enI.llliu Maa Sutton. It is very gratifying here te learn. of "iu (OI In ucitowaeaycu u.lit. -h :r- -Te save w' en "on by I' . I , fii oa li . mi HIGHESTm ING, ROOF RE- PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will os P.B. WILLIAMS t The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 28. 191 8. Seme Towers. Tim height of Hi.' i:i(M towvr, OStl feel; of the Illackpunl CSO f cot ; of New llrlRlitun fi"0 feet, nml of the Woohvurtli ing. New York, 7.7) feet. Is PnrK timer, timer, build- PUBLIC SALE - OF - Windmill Palm a Freak. The hardiest palm nt nil common la Trachyc.irptu California' cxcclsus, knonn n tin windmill palm. Not nloni In It linrily In withstanding Ion trntn'mtttrc!i. I"it It In touch nml will rnt'iire rough trentraent, Iiut billed II I not n success. Found Live Crab In Dottle. Maine fihermnn claims tn have pulled up n pint milk holll with n live emli In It. It Is evident thnt the ernh timl crawled Into the bottle when smnll nml stayed there until II crew mi large lr could not pet out. The bottle wn cruleil with barnacles when It was pulleil up. which shows It hail been l the water n lone time. A LOUISVILLE GOURi&R-eJGURNft- L 4 Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND Live Stock and Farming Implements Having sold my place and being compelled to give possession at once, I will on Tuesday, March 1?th, at 9-'3- 0 a. m. Lumping Them Off. tiny Kokimui girl made It her rns-lotn enumerate by nnmc all the niemtieni of the family anil the close friends. In the evening prayen, bnt at the close of a trenuou May of piny lint week she wan tlretl, anil after the opening petition she ynwncil. then nihleil aleeplly: "Anil plene Jut bless the whole bunch." Indlauapolls News. A The Central Record Your Home Paper and the Best Known Daily News- paper of This Section. AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION at my farm four miles South of Gartersville, on the Mt. Vernon and Lancaster road, sell to the highest and best bidder the following personal property: One team of horse mules;. I three year old horse mule; 3 brood mares, one in foal to Jack, all good workers and gentle; 2 yearling mules; 1 filly colt; 4 good milk cows ready to calve; 2 young heifers, be fresh in spring; 14 yearling steers, weight 600 pounds, good quality; 8 calves; 1 two year old Short horn bull, a good one; 6 head of sheep; 2 sows and fourteen pigs; 4 shoats weight about 85 pounds each. Two hundred bushels of corn in crib; 1000 bundles of oats; lot of loose hay and 100 shocks of fodder; 1 Champion Binder; 1 mower and rake; 1 Disc harrow; 1 corn drill with fertilizer attachment; 2 turning plows; 1 Oliver 20 and Vulcan 12; 1 hillside plow; 1 Vulcan new 'ground plow; several double shovel plows; single shovel plows; 1 surrey; 1 buggy; 2 farm wagons; buggy harness; wagon harness; plow gear and other things too numerous to mention. A lot of household and kitchen furniture. TERMS $10. and under, cash in hand, over that amount, a credit of six months, with approved security, bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale. Subscription orders nt this combined rate may tic sent to (he Crucifix Probably Centurlea Old. oilicc of (he Central Record or to R. K. McRobcrls, the Cotirier-Journ1734 An ohl crucifix bearing the date agent. aas found by a man In Tyrone, Ireenland, the other day, while he gaged fn putting n new floor In Ida kltiheti to replace an earthen one. The crurlfli wns found about 15 Inches 9 A LcgaEJj SrJA5ii5rarF.ED k below the surface, embedded In the TW'tl Mr Farair br'sarnK!7 for hoc rhoWr (' J llil (an clay, ami nppcared tn have been carved out of n mild block of while oak. It wtsn ec cua ret TtrtrHr n wns In n perfect atnte of preservation, i!on Chslsra fiemcdv . Sllf pth.lUr.rl(wll'rfJrmlh'rrt,il.f. f -- .It.wvti.l. b ic that the right nnn of the cross L v, ;i somewhnt decayeil. at ul Al All llruscut II U, I MkftKrva(mlMs t, for CURE Kog tftv.rrf "ij Bolls Eggs by Central's Ring. A telephone subscriber In Newark er';cd his operator to ring his bell In and Immediately hung i three minutes, ii his receiver. At the appointed time the stiiervlsor rang on the line nml the merely with responded subscriber "Thank you." Later he called again Mid thanked the operator, and explain-i- t that he had been boiling eggs and ilitiil to time them. They had been rooked to the queen'a taste, he said. Touth's Companion. i ml A Draw It Check a for the money ynu ov e and Cartersville, Whitted, Kentucky. What Canals May Accomplish. It Is possible tiiut by the cunstruc-lo- n of canala we may yet aee the day there will be great fleets away up In the country where once, upon u time thii highland clans held an ay, where? Hob Jtoy Mncgregor raided for collie and fought with the Clan Mac-fsrlaand where there Is still the glamor that waa thrown over It by the genius of Sir Walter Scott. If nt. It will be one of the roost remarkable transformations In the history of any country. . note how much more respectfully your creditors re- Card you. They like to do btisinuss with n mnii who has nn uccotint at the Gwiri Buk & Trust Co. They know he is doing business ir a husirrss like way. Ilrtter open such an accourt even it your ads Irs are not !sri(e. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank &. Trust Company Water's Pascage Through Wood. Water passes through real wood THE RED CROSS ON when ascending n tree, largely through the lust season's growth. With decidA FIELD OF WHITE. uous trees the great demand for water comes, In the spring when the young The following is from the pen of Miss leaves put forth. After that upwurd Francis Ogilvie, of Princeton, Ky.. being a daughter of Dr. Woods Ogilvie, sap movement Is much less. Captain in the Medical Reserve Corps of the U. K. Army and now stationed Suffers In Silence. at Camp Upton. I, I. The writer of The average millionaire knows how this beiiuliful poem is also a niece of unpopular It Is to be richhut he goea Mrs Horace Herndon of this city; right along and endures the painful Alone in a dugout, Over There, responsibilities of wealth, suffering the Out in a front line trench acorn and calumny of n cruel world Now in the heat of the battle's fray. In silence, nml nunlta his vindication Sine by side with the French. beyond the grave. Houston Toil. Again in a shell hole, yawning wide Only a soldier's fate Many Like Him. Whi'e over the stretch of No Man's Land wrong with niltlierar "lie "Whnfa Wa chaiited the Hymn of Hate. has u mistaken conception of his duty All night long in the driving sleet ns n citizen." "Year' "lie won't pul Maiming the guns for you his shoulder to the wheel, lie wants All day long in the snow or rain other pcoptu to do that, while he For the Ked. the White and the Blue. atunils on one bide und jots duwn the number of revolutluns It makes." Bir- There in the ruins of a Belgian town Homeleas and destitute mingham Calling its mother, n Uelgian child. The mother whose lips are mute. New Soft Drink. She who was slsin in a nightly raid A new soft drink Is being made from 'alfalfa. Cut when young and tender,, As a KocheN bullet fell. (.".Iks are thoroughly cleaned In Where is the father? Where indeed? Hi. Iiut (iod in His mercy can tell. warm water and dried by artificial bent. They are then reduced to pow-V- Is there none to answer the plea for aid? by grinding and put Into vacuum To hear the cry in the night? and boiled. The solid particles There is something yes, and the sign I' ! i re removed by filtering and the liquid Is this tl it remains Is mixed with sugar syrup The Cross of Ked on u Field of While. ..!. bottled for shipment. I'nthflii'ler. Over the battle field, bullet torn Home by those who dare Energy. Showing the wounded that God still reigns. Burton says; The longer I live, the raore I am certain that the greut difThere are tfioju nt home who care. ference between men between the Shall Ilia', soldier boy on the Flandera feeble nnd the powerful, the great and front the Insignificant I energy, Invincible Fighting vour fight for you III 11 purpose, once fixed, Suffer the pangs of the freezing cold determination anil then death or victory! That qual- While thf lied, the While and the lllua .... tl, .1.. I... .1,in. .1.1 M..' "" Waves o'er a nation of loyal hearts In the world; und no talents, no clr-- i w iuw no lll.niirtlln I eS. Willi IHIUI" mmlnn ve musi wora tor me soiuiera Over d creature make a There. without It." Work with our hands amOieart, There is knitting and sewing that must be done Four Earthquakes In Ons Morning. And that is the woman's part. Four seismic disturbances occurred 111 Jupun on the morning of November There's a part for the men who cannot go C. The first shock occurred at 0:58 To help the boy who can. lasted for a minute and a half. It and was weak. At 11:23 u brief but vio- For there's mercy nnd love tn the lent quiver was felt. Five minutes heart of htm later a strong but horizontal vibration Who gives to his fellow man. followed. The final shock, at 11:54, Will you work? WUI jou give, Oh, x was hardly noticeable. Sclentlsti deAmerica?' clare tbe center of disturbance to have Will you help In the cause of ltight? , East tod Will you sacrifice that the emblem live? been fifty miles from Tokyo-West News, The Cross of lied on a Field of White! r TOBACCO TO THE IB IK tt I i 1 LANCASTER Tobacco i i 1 Warehouse STANFORD STREET. 0. 1. SPEJTH COMPANY, MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH HOUSE AT MORELAND AND in i PAINT LICK.IIKY. 14 Jk The Cantral Record. Thursday, Feb28, 1918. SHORT CUTS IN NEEDLEWORK Suggestions That Will 8ive Fw' Minutes' Time Are Most Welcome I In These Duey Days. Time la way above par nowadays. Evcryliody la busy. No one linn f ltnr to devote to Ann Mltchcs If dig stitches will do. Hence any suggestion which Mill save n few minute liy . the clock ore welcome. What about I thcseT tf you need n casing for the top of n camisole or nightgown or kiddle' frock In n hurry, try making a wide on the outxldf of the garment with n henry silk or mercerized colton. You can run n rlhtion or tap through till nnil make It decorative, a well as useful, In n much shorter time than stitching on the usual hloa fnrlng. There la another way, ton, of crocheting n row of open Wet mesh ami sowing It on. Thin takea a Utile ' longer hut wears well for wash I rlolhca, While-hon-e knitting needle flip through the wool much quicker If they are first filed on a plain kitchen file, ' aa you would a lend nrll. Into n long amooth point. In hemming towrla or table linen don't alop Id make knnta. They are unsightly, anyway. Just run the very atltrhea for the flrat half-Incmall with n hack atltrh or two, and do the anme at the end of a thread. With the new thrend hcgln otcr the last few atllrhea In the anme wny and you will never lieetl a knot. A loose fenther alltrh for sewing turka Into dresses for growing gtrla la much belter than either linnil em-- ( hroldery or machine atltchtng. It weara well, takea hot a short time nnd doca not show the marka of the I atllrhea when removed. Don't pin patterna If you are In a hurry: you are sure to pin crookedly.! Use welghla of books, henry desk nr-- j tide or amall ling filled wllh aand ' for the purpoae. They hold aa well aa plna and are a much elmplrr proposition. IMPART AIR 7 NO WOOL IS USED TOBACCO On IN NEW CLOTHES Spring Gowns Are Made of Crepe de Chine, Tussah and Silks. WILL CLING TO THE FIGURE Fata of the Straight Silhouette Still In 8ome Doubt Canteen Coat New Garment for Red Cross Workers. New York. It looks aa though the wool conservation will be up to the men. The good offices of the French ambassador, M. Jusscrand, were asked by the wool men here In order that the French designers would gladly oh operate with Ihe American movement for the slim silhouette and the least possible use of wool. However, It was not necessary for the French nmhnssadnr to lay much stress upon bis request to Paris. The French government had made the same request to Its designers us the American government, nnd It wns I Danville Market .High, and ing Every Day. Climb- Growers are Rejoicing Over Their Sales and pleased with Treatment on this Market. Some Sales There Last Tuesday. I BERRY CBl, COY, LINCOLN, 3000 POUNDSlAvr. $39.94. 2850 pounds, average 2500 pounds, average 6500 pounds, average 3200 pounds, average 4000 pounds, average 1600 pounds, average McConnell and Merryman, Boyle, OF SPRINGTIME I Silk Floss Flowers on the Side of Narrow Cellar of Girls' Suite Look Like Fresh Nosegays. Two adranre models for misses hare n novel embroidered rntirh which lend them n distinct springtime atmosphere. flowers In natural Cfilorlng Silk flu-- Arnold and Hamilton, Garrard, W. T. Robinson, Boyle, Ware and Lay, Boyle, Duncan and Kavanaugh, Garrard, Sutton and Beazley, Garrard C. A. $34.25 35.00 37.50 33.07 32.50 33.16 . PEOPLES AIJ.EN 11 EI ATT, Ast Mgr. Walnut Street Warehouse. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated COMPANY embellish the right aide of youthful narrow shawl collara, looking aa though fresh noscgn) had licen lurked I In, say Women's Wear. A amall pink carnation with foliage nary l very chic on an Eton suit of Irlcollne, which may also lie worn a a dress. Illack snlln folds are to define the tailored nhajiellneaa of collar and cun" whose cunea match, in well aa n horizontal hurllke pnnrl the dnublc-brenstewhich offset dosing. Two flying pnnela, one piece hIkim- - shoulder blades, give an unusual bark to I his Kton. for the ends of euch ore finished wllh curd fringe. d turrtv on the There Is a this narrow skirt which complete model. The oilier, n nobby suit of navy I'olret twill, hna a bluet cmbrolil-eni- l on It, Irnrlnga of sllcr thread simply marking the shadows cast by blending shade of floss. the Oblong lnet panels ou the narrow belt and olhera of larger dimensions arranged halfway between skirt sec-lio- n nud iMMllce nt center Imck and one ul either side front on the skirt section llself to serve aa pockets, are other feature that ore "different." JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, Secretary. JESSE W 0VERSTREET, AsstJMfir People's Tobacco Warehoure. ul I. M. Dunn, President. J Danville, Kentucky. i, Canteen coat for war workers. It was created by a Fifth avenue designer and Is made of dark blue cloth r In front that allows with wide the use of bloomers instead of a skirt It, If desired. The red cross It beneath made of cloth and placed on a square of horixon blue. The cap Is of the material. compliance with that request that created the norrow silhouette and the short, scant skirt which came out In French models Inst nutuinn. At any rate, the request for the gowns that nre nu.de, of less than 4 '4 yards of wool has been met In l'nrts by an almost total elimination of wool In the new spring models. who Is the bead Mine. 1'iiquln, of the association of designers over there, says that Amerlcu noil have nothing to fear In regard to extravn-gaiieo- with material In the new ' clothes. The Mlhouolle Is to be as slim as It Kvery materiwas In the dlrectolre. al that can possibly be wown will be used ns n substitute for wool. Twine will be used for embroidery of, Instead whenever available. worsted. Therefore, with the Joining of handt across the sen and no drastic cxcus for using wool, It Is possible to predict that the early season will be filled with gowns and suits of tussah, silk,, crepe de chine nnd artificial silk Jersey. What Men Can Do. We women ran weur thin materials In spring and summer, but men can't, or won't. Enormous quantities of worsteds are costumed for their suits throughout the year. The nrmy overcoats which were supplied by (he thousands and took up n great mass of wool, were the first to come under the bun of ex- -' truvagance as as the soldiers In France found Hint tSey were too long for the mini of Flanders nnd IMcnrdy, Other bits of extravugnnce which nre unnecessary are Included In u long list published by the manufacturers of men's clothing. A reduction In yardage will result If these certain features are eliminated. From this list it would npiH-athat the manufacturers of men's costumes have really gone Into the conserva tion with determination. It Is quite! astonishing bow many small thing' they have found that can be elimi nated without detriment to the up- liearance or serviceability of the gnr-- 1 ment. Their list Is a lesson In thrift Think of taking flaps from the pock ets of vests, piping from seams, collars from vests, outside cash pockets from coats, tunnel loops from t routers and tabs from overcoat sleeves and finding that tbe conservation ot material Id these amall features Is enough to outfit a great number ot Millars, j The New Dedtlme Dow. Pecornllve heiiddressea for nlsht wear are rcHrted from London na bavins taken Ihe place of Isiudulr cup. They are known na bedlline bow. SIMPLE, YET ELABORATE. Though Iti lines are simple at tlm- can be, thlt distinctive afternoon gown of blue silk It charmingly elaborate. The reason It found In the rich embroidery with which the gown It trimmed. The embroidery It done In gay, though harmonising, tones of blue, green, yellow and red silk. It outlines the deep armholet and appeara again on the cuffs, betldct being used for a large Irregular patch on each tide panel. A bead fringe In matching cob or fatla from the front at tht wait-ill"- , pi . t county took pneumonia a few divs ago Roomy. Depends on the Company. 1 and only lived a short while. "I hnd a wash, nt the Fnllir' home one should walk ' .1 I i. r. or AIn to whether nulhorltle differ.alone, ,iii ui,'. i hij For company, Mr. A. T. Bowling spent Wednesday ii 1 in iiij iiinm" were filled up wllh nnnlher ship's lntnnce, Hubert Stevenon said (with his son, Mr. Otto Howling, who is rrew." Ilallfnt Survivor In New Tork Hint the only yiy I" enjoy a walk In ' very sick at Camp Taylor. Hvenlng Sun. to take It alone. On the other bnpd, Tfes day of the Croap scat la ores I Miss Kdnu Mae Underwood had the Mark Twain declared that the chief for thos p&rsmta who wusly ksp 'misfortune to fall into the lire recently cnlowiH'tit nt n walk lies, not In the Tout's Bomtr and Tar Compomam tu Why, of Course. tae suns rsady tor laalut us. leaving a bad scar on her face. For the first time Ruddy saw bouil- wnlk Itself, but In the talking that ac W. C, Allen. Ttostley. Mo, writes: "1 I Mrs, Otto Howling has returned from lon cup nnd ho uonilcrwl why they companies It. lisve rslsed a family of four children, and haw use,! Koley'a Honey and Tar Camp Tit) lor where she spent the past hnd two handles on. Utile pal Compound wllh all of them. 1 nnd It wild, "Huh, don't you know? When lh best croup and couch medicine I week at the bedside of her husband. Losses In Dattle. liava over used and I hava used It foe you break off one handle you can use In Ihe campaign In Ilnly In 1S.V) eleht or ten years, andean recommend the other. Cotton Seed Menl for sale. It for croup. rifles Mere ued on I I It shlex, and the If toward nightfall tha llttlo onta proortlon of cnsiiallles to combatants Hudson, Hughes &. Fnrnau. rrow hoars or eroupy. If their breathing Incomes wheexy and stuffy, alva ' was at Magenta nnd Solferlim Don't Seem Right, Some Way. Mrs. Walter Norman and Miss Willie them Foley Honey and Tar Compound war. In the Friinco-rrussini- i promptly and It will ward off an attache Mae "This law Is n queer business." "How Calico have been guests of their of croup. sol" They swear n man to tell thi" when both nldes were armed wllh If you are awakened by the hoarse couniii. Miss Minnie Calico who is ill. pro 1 rsssy coush thst means creep, slva rifles, the im-rugtruth." "What thenl" "And ever' !ey's Honey and Tar Compound at time be shows signs of doing It. eonie portion of klllisl and wnnniltil at, cmce. It will ease th little aurrsrera (Snive-lottequickly, cut tbe thick choklnr phlecm, lawyer objects." Louisville Courier- - j Worth. Splcheren, Buckeye. and soon they will hava easy brsathint; the nnd Sedan was Journal, ana peaceful quiet sleep. i H ft heaviest loss being lit St eiy utsr la a frtsai. Mrs. Martha Anderson is III. and Ihe smnlt where It was Sturmes Drug'Store. Cew Elephant Tusks Best. est nt Sedan, where It wns Mr. J. T. Hill has purchased h new The tusks of Ihe row elephant have Kord car. been found best adapted to the making MANSE. Miss Linda lacker was in Danville of billiard balls. The tusk of the felast week. male Is not so curved as tbnt of the Mr. Henry Creech has been very UL Messrs J. I'. I'rather and Mai Carter male, and the fine nerve iiassage Is not HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. so clearly seen. Miss Kstell Walker is ill at her home. were in Madison Sunday, Mrs W, I'. Anderson litis been sick Mr. Nick Schooler visited his sister, This Agreement Witnesteth; That b it is better. Most Expensive Wood. Mrs. Jasper Noel, Sunday. in order lo protect Ihe game on our The mot expensive wood In the Miji llurdetta Kamsey is wry ill Miss Viola Tribble will reopen her world Is said to he the boxwood Im- lands for a period of three years we with appendicitis. school here Monday March 4th. ported from Turkey for the use of bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor who Little Wills Mae Marshbank Mist Ira Lou Preston spent last week engravers. The cost ranges from 4 to permit anybody else to do so. and we has been very ill Is some better. with friends and relatives at M t Hebron. 10 cents a square Inch for the best further agiee to prosecute with dil grade. Itrooklyn Standard-Union- . gence all persons who violate the game Mr. Lee Howling and family will Mr. and Mrs. Ilobert Layton were laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our leave Wednesday for Oklahoma. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. lands for the purpose of hunting. And Harsh Parallel. Mrs. Arnold of Ina is the guest of HlTl and family. "Heraember when we were kids? we further agree to act as Deputy her daughter, Mrs. Ilurdett Kamsey. Misa Francis Long spent a few dajs ybu liked to play with me bet. Game Wardens for the purpose of carMrs Reynolds spent Wednesday with last week with her grandparents, Mr. ter than with anjbody else!" The rying out this agreement. Except each her daughter, Mrs Win. Mnrshbauka. and Mrs. II. Ray. "VV of us have the right to kill millionaire was not effushe, rabbits on Mr. VnJ Mrs l.ojd Sanders spent have queer tastes when we're young," our .'arms or permit It to be done by Mr Lewis Andeiton, of Kttill county spent Wednesday iiii;ht with Ins motli.fr Sunday night with her parents. Mr. he observed. "I remember I used to another under our supervision, or the like to play with toads." Loulsllle MrCalamav Ilounshell of Mississippi, ai.d Mrs. Hiram Hay. supervision of some responsible and Courier-Journal. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hill and little it tbe p;uest of his wife and home folks. reliable person selec'ed by us. . This November 16th, 11)15. The infant son of Mr and Mrs. Henry daughters visited her parents.M.-- and Definition of a Gentleman. J, U. Itobinson, (reen hut been very sick with tonsilitia. Mra. Nath Hogie recently. A man Unit Is clenn Inside nnd out, V. L. Elkin, W. II. Urown. Mr. and Mra. Lee l'endleton and who neither looks up to the rjcli nor Ino. M. Farra. Seeil Onta of hltih germination. children were guests Sunday of her down on Ihe poor; who ran lose with- IV. II. Uurton. Alex Walker, Hudson. Unfiles & FnrniUi. parents, Mr, and Mrs. Uroniton Locker. out squealing, nnd eun win without llaselden Heoa., T. A. Elkin, bragging; of wom II Dalton, Mr and Mrt Ceo. Lee Adams are tho F. M. Tinder, Red, Alslke. Sapllnji. LonjJ White en, childrenulintiold people; who Is too J. H, and guests of his mother, Mrs John Hoberts John I.ogan Hubble. Smith. Sweet Clover Seed, Timothy. brave to He, too gcjierous to cheat, J. N. Itoss. 0. M. Deshon. Mr and Mrs Harrison Mays spent Sunand leta other people have theirs. Orchard Grass and Ky. Fisher Herring. II. It. Cox. day with her aunt, Mrs A. T. Howling. Exchange. llughet Bros, J. W. Sweeney, Mr. llurnam Ledford has bought a Blue Grass Seed. Withers Bros. W. M. Mahan, Hudson, Utilities &. Farnati. half interest In Mr. G. C. Cox's store. Onions. William, Marcut and Jim White. Even now few jieople ierfectly real-li- e Mr and Mrt Harrison Mayt spent Misses Ethel Hay and Sallie Lou J. D. Pope, the beneficial effect that thlt Ii. F. Wilmot, Sunday with her aunt Mra A, T. UuwN Teater, and Mr. Smillie Hill were in Mra. David Chenault. vegetable has on tbe system, and It Fred J. Conn, Inc. Crab Orchard from Friday until Sunday W. It. Cook, Is too often Ignored on account of J. tV. Elmore, Mr George Conn was the guest of hit and were guetta of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ita pungency of flavor and smell. A T. IUnkin. Huffman Urot. daughter, Mrt Forest Centert on Sun- Sanday. Spanish .onion will Induce Sam Cotton. Win. G. Anderson. day. Itev. 0, F. Sebastian, Mlssea Minerva sleep when most other things fall, T. U. Arnold, JtK W. B. Moss W. P. Anderson and children Cox, Delia Kiev llughet, Emma and and on this account alone It should It. E. Henry, Mrt. Jno. M. White. Monday night with Mrt. W. I'. Luia Smith, Mr. Hobert Smith were frequently form a supply dish for the A. D. Bradshaw, spent Bright Herring. brain-wearman or woman of Anderson Sr. entertained at dinner Sunday at the U. U Barker. Scott Huffman Wm. and Lliiie Onttott. Mr. Ell Smith, an old citizen of thlt home of Mitt Barbara Gulley. Mathers Always Keep this Handy For Croup I a The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 28, 191 8. ft All Records Fall LEXINGTON On Monday One at the KENTUCKY. BEFORE -- FAYETTE Entire Floor at Fayette No. NO SUCH SALE I, 139,420 lbs. Averaged $35.01 BEEN HELD OF TOBACCO HAS EVER The The The The Fayette Fayette Fayette Fayette Holds the Record Floor Average for this year Holds the Record Floor Average for last year Holds the Record High Crop Average Holds the Record High Season Average $35.01 -- $33.30 $5 .94 1 $28.70 56 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Higher Than Our Nearest Competitor These figures are all official It is noc only your privilege but your duty as well to -- "TRY TO GrEX IN" Optimistic Thought. When You Hone a Razor. If rnior hones are placed upon strong magnets rnznrs will bo held flat nnd can be sharpened more rapidly and ac- -' curutely. Honey and Syrups. syrups 1 i FARMER'S COLUMN! r ril0 Hp who reason rules muy with role others. reptlon that some people are all wrap-pe- d up In themselves. Philadelphia Manure wanted now. Let me know Itecord. ur stable cleaned out'. if you want E. C. Cheatum. Phone 382-A- . Turkish Language Easy. Lace Wyandotte Eggs for sale Silver The Turkish lunguuge, although spo 75c per 15. 0. W. Elites. ken In many dialects. Is so uniform K. F. D. 4. Stanford. Ky. In plan that anyone who speaks Ottoman Turkish can be understood while WANTED; To buy 4 or 6 ounces of traveling Turkey European from "Twist Bud" Red Burlev tobacco,sed. through Asia Minor and Central Asia. f" Apply at this office. Mending Umbrellas. FOR SALE: Pony cart and harness. ivh.n rh hsmlle comes off an Tim Tom Ray. Gentle for children. one of the kind with steel rods brella clean out the holes ami nil It wiin Mr. It. C. Uolan. who lives on Paint of Lick route No. 2, has for sale, twenty powdered sulphur. Heat the end red-ho- t and push It down Into good ewes, ready to lamb, and one the rod sul the sulphur. This will fuse the good work horse, 8 years old. phur and cement the rotl in piace. wagon, FOR SALE: Good also 3 year old mule, 14 hands, also Cross of St. Andrew. r, year old mare. G. C. Walker. The Cross of St. Andrew Is white sntln on blue cround. to represent the Fur Sale: One dozen Barred rock cross on which the Scottish patron hens and a few nice cockerels. saint suffered rnnrtyruom. u is comMrs. C. A. Robinson. bined with crosses of St. George nnd St. Patrick In the Union Jack of Great fresh milk cows Britain, FOR SALE-T- wo with young calves. Phone 13. W. S. Currier. Rmlllnn Best advice of all Is contained In FOR SALE-S- Ix pair of extia good the last words of the chorus of a poi-ulwork mules. G. A. Swinebroad. song: "Smile smile smile I" W. T. Robinson of Boyle County, However, you must smile from the bought of Fisher Herring one pair of heart, not merely twitching facial mus cles mechanically, hut (lushing a mes-snr- e suven yesr old mare mules for jc'Ju. of friendliness nnd Jollity from Burlington Hawkeye. good Poland China the heart. FOR SALE-Th- ree Hoars and one Aberdeen Angus Bull Ray & Amon. sjalf. Using Water as a Weight. A pint of water, or of wheat, sugar, .For Sale Saddle stallion five years or butter weighs about one pound nnd 'old. Biyantsville Phone Cl-may safely be used ns a basis for It. N. Doolin. This knowl nnd Intend of bvfow thl. bradltifc la for Ihe eielu tre u.0 ol our farmer iiibacrlUtr.. ami I. (or will make victory Just as sweet and lh .ale o( flock. 21 am and .ncli Ihttig. on bring It much sooner. farmer eaDnot atToM to artrer-ll..- . farm a. !t No notice will te accepted orer lour o U.iiFt ol the linn. au4 will be only In It Isn't wholly becnue of it chilly re. tcoan, free of charge Honey stgar HOW TO MAKE HAIRPIN LACE Simple Directions Given for Work Which May Be Used In the Place of Hemstitching. Kn Try making the new hairpin lace and using It In place of hemstitching. Make a loop with thread or crochet cotton In Place crochet middle of hulrpln. needle on under side of hairpin, uud turn hairpin. Catch thread with crochet hook and draw through loop. With crochet needle In loop In middle of thread of batrpln catch loop around the hairpin. You will then have two loops of thread on crochet peedle, then catch thread with needle and fill It through the two. Yoa will have the one loop In middle of hairpin to start ' again. If ou wish to make u centerpiece of leaves, try this stitch. First work nn ordinary stitch from side to side, following the outline on the leaf. A cat stitch Is u series of stitches taken from side to side belween two lines. After the leuf Is Oiled with cut stitch es, take a new thread, and sturtlng up the top of the leaf take two tight buttonhole stitches where the threads cross, then carry the thread across to the next crossed stitches' on opposlto side and again take two buttonhole stitches. Work back and forth In this nuy until the leaf Is Oiled. Cover the marked line of the leaf with Kensington outline und It Is complete. NOVEL NOTION'S Jewelry In ull the bright new shades Is made of sealing wax Into beads und Into any shape of article. It Is also - OF - m AND FARM STOCK CROP. As agent for Mrs. Jennie B. Rainey, I will on Saturday, March 9th, at 9 o'clock a, m. hundreds sell her farm of 172 acres and forty-si- x acres located on the Hustonville pike, three miles south of Danville and one mile north of acres of this farm is in Shelby City. Sixty-fiv- e grass, balance to be cultivated this season. This is one of the most desirable homes in Boyle residence and all county; has good two-stor- y one-thir- FOR SALE A good Jack and young stud coining three years old, solid bay and a good one. Will sell worth the rnoney. P. E. Foley, Hackly, Ky LOST-Wh- edge Is often valuable to the farmer! who keeps seed wheat on hand, for It j may be made to weigh, by uaiance, mi , other farm products. cask. Opportunities. and lemon spotted The reason opportunities are neither hound pup about aix months old. Gone recognized nor embraced lies In the about three weeks. Return to C. II, composition of the tissues, the flesh, Wurren, Bryantsville, Ky., Phone 40-and the blood, culled man, Ono man perceives one kind, his blood brother sees a lesser or many better ones. John pushes through the habits he acquires all too early; James overtemperament he nnd his hereby g've warn comes the The undersigned brothers partly Inherited. to trespass upon nine ing to all persons not our lands for any purpose whatever as Thought He Was "Kidding." we will prosecute all offenders to ful One day a Dublin grave digger worklaw. Hunters and, ing very hard broke his spade. He lest extent of Fishermen especially take notice. sent his little son for a new one and R.L. Elkln told him to tell the shopkeeper he Ed & N U Price S. C. Rlgsby. would pay him when he was finished. J. C. RIgsby, When the boy came back empty-handeMrsEmm Higglnbotham, bis father asked him why he did R. L. Arnold Mrs. J. Wade Walker. not bring the spade. "Because," said James M. White and wife. chased me away when I R. L. Barker the boy, "he wonld pay him when you Walter Humphrey told Idni you We will add other names for 25 cent came out of the grave." ite POSTED ts made over head. Into bends, hatpins, brooches, eurrlngs und other urtlcles. Ilurhurlc and Oriental colored bends are fashioned Into necklaces und earrings. Scarfs mnde of n brocaded metnl silk ure lined with white and trimmed with fur. Also copes made of velvet and trimmed In the same way with fur or murubout arc lined with white or dark colored silk, with large figures In It. Huffs mnde of velvet and fur, or silk ami fur, ure seen. The medium-size- d muff Is proper for this season. Velvet gowus und suits uro com bined with white fcutln. sweater, hand sleeveless The knitted, is used for the home lounging blouse at this seuson. They ure made of all wool, silk or fiber. Hustles uro In the new gowns nnd separate skirts. Or the bustle skirt gives the same effect. White sutln collars are soutached lu black. Headed tussrls for tho ends of the sashes ore liked. Fluted 8wlis In Neckwear. Fluted Swiss Is used frequently In the new neckwear. Many of the col ored collars, In violet, green, blue, ycl low and gray, are edged with a narrow fluted ruffle, and the cuffs that go with them are similarly finished. These colored Swiss collars are worn with dark cloth frocks. necessary outbuildings. Two never failing d cash springs. Farm will be sold for and the balance in one, two and three years, of equal payments, interest at 6 per cent. Will also sell the following live stock: Six milk cows, two yearling steers gelding, mare, one geldings, one two gelding and one yearling horse colt. d one About 25 barrels of corn In crib, two stacks of millet hay, two hundred shocks of fodder. ' wagons, one disc hare IMPLEMENTS: One Deerlng binder, two row, one corn planter, three cultivators, one smoothing harrow, two buggies and other things too numerous to mention. Terms for the personalty will be announced on the day of sale. Privilege of plowing the ground will 'bt'glven as soon as sale is made and full possession the first of April. Sale will be nwde rain or shine. nine-year-old eight-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld three-year-ol- two-hors- John S. Baughman, Agt. Danville, Ky. Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer.