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W3""131 PLOWING 111 1 HE1E1Il.eL(;-.Tt2y'm"- 3,tarJ'y ,fi red cross mm TIME Get your plows and plow gear together. There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait ui.tll you are ready to hitch up. We have what you need. Come and see. A complete list of the articles made The German pence dove has more the uy the Garrrrd County Chupter alnce appearance or a vulture. they began work are 1 comfort bag, Genuine Kannwha salt. Car lu.it it Uirlstma. packages. Go sheets 4731 gauze sergical dressings, 321 knit In. Hudson. lIllElies & Fnrnnn led wash cloths, 600 trench candles. We forget the exact date nf VIM.'. an sweater, zoo pair aocka, 228 pair last death, but anvwav it mint h wristlets, J mulllers. 5 oalr trench nearly due again. aocka, 1 pair hoaDital bed ancle, lis helmets, 255 hospital bed shirts. The If that German drive eatrheaTrnt.kv Iced Cross meets everv Prl.l.v at th in the net he will wlih his name waa Odd Fellows lyidire Itunsky or Flysky, is requested to come n earlv In ih Mr. Groundhog la proving himself morning as possible. On January 20th.. there Were 3.453 one of the greatest comervera ot fuel lieu cross Chapters in the United in the whole bunch. Statea proper. In addition, there are We are perfectly willing that the 27 chapters outside of tho llnlf.rl pig thould have the privilege of mat States ing n hug ot hlmielf la bringing a mmmmmm$m msmmMmm HEADQUARTERS FOR ORIGINAL AmericanJFence ANDGENUINE Conn mi LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. I ir W. iriri 'I irir S. HiVTFIEbD, Dentist. Abb WORK GUARANTEED. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. The order holdinir un the ! nf hn large aunnlv nf .nrlnn -- 1 p. t fhe Junior Missionary Socletv of ih j cnicaena Irom cold atorage. L.ancaaier Methodist church. South. met at the parsonage, March 2nd, at 'Striking a blow for A liberty" doesn't Include atriklng two o clock. They have a mcmberahin nf eighteen miners, amp Luilders and others. four having been added recently. Twin Lime, sand, cement, rock, brick a year they are to have a mlt hnr Hudson, Hughes and Fnrnau opening and this was their first meet ing ror init purpose. There were thir When all of those "A merlcan rin. teen boxes opened with the total nf tilt to the kaiaer" get back home. Ike 111.90. Miss Anna Britton Moss being population or thla couutry ahould be present, made the total even $12.00 appreciably increaied. Mrs Palmeter gave a small gold med El al to If the shade of old Jonah ever re amount.the one having the grcatett Bessie Moss, little daughter ... visits the mumlana. inh... i- .of VY. E. Moss, won the medal. Th chuckle with glee at the irnnrta ih.t Juniors then enloved a real "Hocvr" people are eating whale meat. treat of popcorn balls and all went The Shortage of augar haa not f. away wun new mite boxes and in their ferted the aweet disposition of thoae hearta a greater desire to do mnr. fnr who wear BYRNE'S GLASSES. .1 missions daring the coming six month?. Kcngarlan Hotel, Lancaster Ky, March 18th to 23rd. i, BOY SCOUTS ..." I Prill q re RrifKQ Wire Fence, Vulcan Plows XJ pi HASELDEN Lancaster. - BROS Kenturkv The kaiser aaya, "The Lord pointed out to us the path by which we ahould go." Hut Ifa a safe bet the Urd .didn't tell him what awaita them at the end of the path. When other argumenta fail in settl-in- g strike,, during the period of the war, a quiet Intimation that those who will not work must fight, might produce results. Congress should try It. When Secretary llaker stated that a half million men would be drafted before June, he surely hadn't aized up the crowds about the pool rooms, or he would have made "the number a million? Doing Good Work In Thrift Stamp Drive. Lancaster, Iy. The Boy Scouts of La ncaater nnrl Garrard county are doing aome good worn in pusmng me drive or the War Saving and Thrift Stamps in this county, under the leadership of J. It. .Moorman, the official Scout Master of the local chapter. During the past week these natriatie boys have been the meana of selling oyer $1,500 worth of stamps and the work has just begun. MORE WOMEN FOR PAINT LICK CASE AFFIRMED. & N. TRAINED NURSES. L Dr. Henry Noble MacCracka dent or Vassar College, in annou icing that a mass meeting would be held to appeal to women to become trained nurses for "urgent military and public neaun service", declared American women "are not doing their duty by their country, but aro wasting time anu enon in inenectual rorms of war bridge Caused High Water Damage Sari Court Of Appeals. 'IT3 NCREASES LIMIT i 1 FEESH BREAD I I TWICE A WEEK Rye, Bran and work." ON PARCEL POST. Mexico has placed a tax of S3 a head As a means of stimulating movement on persons leaving that country for ni tne larm products to the consumer, the Urited State, If inn. Postmaster General Burleson has in ill et al., are fair samples of tho popula-- creased the allowable weights of par "GERMAN". ELIMINATED FROM The Court of Appeals last week the Paint Lick damage cases against the Louisville and Nashville railroad. The suits are the result of an overflow of Paint Lick creek about five yeara ago and It was charged that the L. and N. bridge caused the trouble, on account of the abutments turning the channel of the creek, nverflnwin the town and doing considerable r....,. 1 l.,iry Bread for Wheatless Days. Grahim. Sander's Variety Store. 1 Try our special Sunshine Cakes and Crackers I : this coun- - eel post packages, effective March If, oeiier man by making the tax pro- - Packages when mailed In the first or UlUIUV second zones for delivery in the first, zoner Jjl A chimpanzee In full evening dress. second or thirdl.U.Ml'llmay hereafter be TV. tvilinj. ft, llMl'P .(ICY J ruuU9. escaped from a show in New York. now are restricted to fifty.The weight When I'ound he waa mingling with the e... n vtiic-- uiica t .i j " wis miosis at a swell luhater n.ln- -. tv. from twenty to fitly pounds. increaseu are not Informed in the dispatch how ms Keepers distinguished him from the GOVERNMENT MAN IN other guests. Hon, Mexico couldn't please it, WANTED Shelled The market changea almost daily, but we are today (March 2) paying the following prices: - WHITE aafVOsTH EAR OR If every farmer will ub-- v .nWt or me suggestion tu keep the hens on the farm Instead of selling them, and will see that every altter is aupplied wun a nice nest or eggs, a long step will be taken toward a vnit.r production. SPECTS LOCAL MILLS. An inspection of the two local mills was made by a government official this ween, to see It they were running according to the instructions of the federal authorities and found everything just as it ahould be, which Is quite a compliment to our local millers. He also atated that the nrica beinir charged for their products was reason- aoie indeed and complimented the proprietors of both mill, on their triotic duties along these lines. tA Ear Corn, No. 3, $1.90 Ear Corn, No. 4,$1.85 5c per ba signer. These Prices in Louisville If you have any White Corn to sell, now or later, It will pay you to write JiluLLtD Ballard Corn Mills, Incorporated. Louisville, Ky. I 1 2 IK JW TO AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR s S I A Chicago man is reported to have paid $10,000 for a nig. That'a nmhln astoniahing. There are any number of nogs mat nave cost thla country many timea that amount, each. Ami .u can't be used for pork, either. They're just nogs, without any redeeming tralta wnaievcr. An aspirant for senatorial honors haa set a precedent that mlMit wall I.. followed bv others In ll. cral election. Ho announces that if President Wilson desires the return to the Senate of the present incumbent. nd will so cxnreaa himsolf. I. m new aspirant, will retire from the con test. J here Is one man canable nf putting his country'a Interest before his own ambition. There ahould be n. EXCHANGE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT On the first day of March the Uaatin Telephone Company, was put under a new management, Miss Mattle Lull, of London, assuming the position as manager and succeeding Mr J, H. Cornn, who accepted a position at Frankfort and toirether wild Ids family moved there laat Thursday, Miss liUtz has been manager and book-keepfor the telephone comnai v at London for the past five yeara and comes highly recommended for efficiency. All the operators are new. with exception of Mist Annie Crutchfield who continues under the present manager as night operator. The new operators, wha are all ex. perienced are; Miss Myrtle Angel, of uamiuon, unio, miss Ida remngton, or London nnd Misses Montgomery, of this countv. Mr Charlie Moore nf I nn. don takea charge as chief linesman and together with his ramily have moved into the home recently purchaaed by Mr Creech from Mr A. II. Bastin. Mr Moore ia a brother of Mr Henry Moore ofthiacltv. Mr J. W. Oiierh i,r..l. dent of the Bastin Telephone Company, intorma us that ha reels sure that the nubile will be pleased with tha nur management and (f the public will only can oy numoor, tne emcieney will be very much Increased, as the new operators are not acquainted with the board, other than by nui.iber. The plaintiff in the above case was W. Conn and in the circuit court here about one year ago, a jury gave Four financial institutions in Louis- Conn damages to the extent nf Sl.fiOO. ville have announced that the word The Court or Appeals haa now tflrmsd "German" has been eliminated from this decision, and it is probable that their titles. The compi nles taking this several more similar cases wt'l he filed actfon. are the German 1 against the defendant during the next to be known as the Liberty Insurance term of court. Uank; the German Insurance Company, to be known as the Liberty Fir In.nr. WEALTHY CITIZEN ance Company; the German Security Bank, to be known as the Security Of Stanford Fined For Bootlegging. Bank; and the liermsn. Amerimn Itank and Trust Company, of New Allnv Mr. George W. Carter, a wealthy to be known as the American Bank citizen of Stanford and a director in and Trust Company. cne of tne banks of that city waa convicted and fined $400 and given 20"dava in jail In the Police Court of that city HEMP NEEDED TO last week, on the charge of selling whiskey, Thete were WIN THE WAR. the defendent, and thefour cases against evidence must Lyater II. Dewev. Botanlat In ehartn. have been very conclusive, for he threw of Fibre Investigations of the ITm'il himself upon the mercy of the court. There is said to be other charges of States Government, has issued the fol lowing statement: "As a matter of pa- a aimilar nature againat Carter, the which adjourned there last triotism, in winning the war. a auHlei. grand-jur- y ent crop of hemp seems to be quite as Thursday, having returned seven In. necessary as the production of corn or dictments against him. It is said that these serious charges other food products. American hemp may yet be brought to the attention nf a now used for thread for shoes, harness and other equipments used in the the federal grand jury, in which case, armj as well as for cordage for the it la said proof against him will show that he haa been engaged in this Illicit ships and tie tow is used for vessels and its use is almost certain to business for some time. increase instead of flax, jute and oilier imported fibres." ELEVEN TITLE. G. DOLLARS To AMERICAN AND For Hemp Is Disappointing Farmers. others. GERMAN EFFICIENCY The searchlight of war has brought out many interesting facts, and one of these I. that the vaunted German eftl- ciency will rot alw.y. stand the test of comparison with American efficiency. I TheGermana boasted of being the THE SALE OF WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS J2 j Vj. yp at 7 W Jm zsV ajtj All who have not already done so, will please procure a sup-ply of War Ssvinga Stamps and Thrift Stamps, War Savings Cards and Thrift Cards from their Hanker at onco and place same on sale. We are Informed by the Treasury Department that Kentucky la at the bottom of tho Hat of Stales in the site of these Stamps. Let Garrard county and every patriotic cltizaii of Garrard county, da his part to redeem the fair name of Kentucky, and help win the war. Urge every "customer, who is able to da so, to buy the limit: Urge all others to buy to the limit ot their $1000.00 of stamps. ability, and to keep on buying. If they can not buy Saving Stamps, Insist that they buy Thrift Stamps. Get your report card into the mail Saturday, March 2nd, show- Ir.g all aalet up to that date. Beginning Thursday, March 7th, we will publish In the Central lie cord, a report showing the sales of eirh airent in the county. Let's sea who will head the list. II. V, BASTIN, Chm. Garrard County War Savings Com, Tho world will watch with interest the German occupation of Iluasia. as also the disposition theTeutonlcpowera will make of their agents. Lennln n,l Trotsky-f- or that these worthies have been all along working in the interests j 01 ucrmany, rew thinking people now I doubt. If treachery la rewarded in proportion to its baseness, they ahould JJ high place In the favor of the 5 have 5J kaiser. If Itussia is reallv their fath.r. 2! land, they must find deep consolation K in ma mought that through their efr3 forts aho now Ilea lielnleaa under th. heels of her oppressor. j Farmers of this county ing in no uncertain terms pointment at the price of eleven dollars ar Hnr.,,. disap- their per aa .".""m ",'' ,Jne .a ""d" 'f Ur.,",C hemp being huDdred,: '"' "PUnK A d . greatest farmer, on earth. Inye.tlga. U tlon .how. that in efficiency in agricul- - """': """t from the Director of rui"1'1' ' ver. were using it as an measured by the produce per acre, .f.r loW Pf ? America being graded 100. Belgium It U be ng predicted by many that leads the world, at 205: Great HHi.ln' r ,he cr0P in '' " comes seoond atlG4:andGerm.v thfr.l not tv will be broken out. the ac.rclty of at 1M; America come, fourth help being one reason and the low price But the better test is the man teat rather than the acre test, and her being another, for In aome instance. In rail-tur- b"" l l',a "l Vf I 'fore "'.r1,',,hed Ut A telegram from tha denartment ni war at Washington City, orders Caot. W J. M. Acton to report to the comv mander of the Medical Iteattye Corps, K at r t. Oglethorpe, Ga., March 21st (.apt. Acton haa had hia fg for several weeks and the commission call cornea as no surprise to him. J? CAPTAIN ACTON CALLED. 3 America leada tha world by over 2 to 1, Again grading America at 100 per farm work, Great Britain oroducea 43 and Germany II. The American f.rm.r cultivates 27 acres, the German farmer but 7. With the aid of vaat nn.ntltl.. of fertilizer the German produce, mo per acre, but he produce, at a much greater coat per bushel and lit pro-duces much less than half aa much per man. this county aome are paying as high as $3:50 a hundred for breaking. This is practically a loaa to the tenant who rents on the halves and some tenants are throwing up their crop, rather than ' mow m0nV- - Wheat middlings, rye middlings. tnnknurn whent hrnn mlvp,1 ' age, hay, oaU, Straw. fi-- iiuujon iiUBiies & rarnau. The Central Record, Thursday, Men 7, 1918. Stony Point A (Coprrlfhl, Mysterious Burial inSiam By WARREN 1111, MILLER Mr. Wllion RoRers ii very nick. Mlai Mar; Uarr spent Sunday with home folk. Several from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Jennings at Lancaster Saturday. Wnurn N.mp.ptr Union.) See us for Tested Seed Corn. In Slam on the bnnks of the Hudson, Hughes & Fornau Klnwng cnnnl, not fnr from the city Mrs. John Noe has returned to her of Dnnkok, lived Mm That In home after visiting her cousin, Miss thatched house elevated on posts nnd looking more llko nn antiquated barn Cora Kletcher. Mrs. Wilson Kogers and chlldien than anything else. One night Mm Thai came home from a Rambling spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, houso In IJankok the Siamese beat and Mrs. Wynn. the Mexicans In gambling liming lost Messrs Bernard Moore and Cecil what little money he had, and nettled Grow were visitors Sunday of Robert himself to chewing the betel nut be- and Hunrv Fletcher. foro turning In on his straw bod. Misses Flora and Mary Price. Bessie 'While thus engaged, the Juice of the . betel nut dripping through the open Metcalf and Messrs John and Sylvester logs In the floor, Llm looking through Price spent Sur.day with their aunt, the crevices In the back of the house, Mrs. Parson. uttered nn exclamation of surprise Mr. Herbert Itayburn has returned and cunning satisfaction. Ills abode, to his home at Speedwell. Ky., after though a primitive one, stood In the vicinity of the residence of Thee Wan, an extended visit with his unci? Mr, n rich Ivory merchant. Mm had very Tevis Ray burn. good eyes and could distinguish dis tant objects with remarkable clear Cheap Skates. ness. Gigantic sale of ISc men's collars. He saw Thee Wan and his wife car Adv. In New York Evening Mall. rying from the rear of their house n box Just large enough to contain a lit Wonderfully Acuta Faculties. tie child. Thee carried the box while The keenest nesting Is that of his wifo held n light. They took the vaudeville artist, who frequently the an box to a spot about n hundred ynrds swers the encore before It starts from their house; Thee dug a hole In Kansas City Star. the ground; the box was placed In It. covered with earth; then the man and If his wife knelt beside the spot, and If I only hnd the money I Money, they said their prayers. This being money, how hateful you nre, but oh, finished. Thee led his wife away, she how I need to have you I Elizabeth weeping as though her heart would Hasanorltz, In the Atlantic. break. Mm Thai wns overjoyed. He had . New Version of a Beatitude. often gazed upon the palatial resiBlessed nre the noor. for thev shall dence of Thee Wan and cursed his Neither fate In having to live In such a hum- not keep up appearances. ble abode as his own while Thee Wan must they read the books that arc written about them. From Atlantic. Mm did resided In such splendor. not consider that while the merchant had worked hard for his comforts, he The Way of Investigations. (Mm) had spent his time gambling. Very few Investigations hold np Mm had n lively Imagination, nnd n a way that makes them as Interest evolved many explanations of tho se- ing nt the finish as they were nt the cret burial he had witnessed. Tills start. was his favorite theory: Thee Wan's wife had nn orphan nephew, a minor, Courage and Happiness. who would Inherit a large fortune In Duties nnd burdens often fall heav elephants. The child had been under ily upon young shoulders. But cour the care of his nflnt. To get posses- age nnd happiness In their best forms, sion of the elephants, the couple had come through bearing burdens bravely. murdered the heir and burled him In the rear of their grounds In the dead Changing Color of Flowers. of night. Mnny pink flowers may be turned While Mm was asleep that night he blue by exposing them to the fumes of dreamed that Buddha had appeared to Mm nnd told him that his theory was nmmonln for a few minutes, nnd blue correct, nnd directed him to send a flowers become pink when exposed to message to Thee telling him that he acids. knew his secret nnd unless he would send him n hundred tekels (about $fiO) Hemp Reduces Friction. he would Inform the king's officers It has been discovered that n bomp i that he hod seen him nnd his wife rope twisted In nnd out of the links of bury their nephew nt midnight. nn Iron chain will mnke tho chain last J Now, while Mm hnd every confi- 70 per cent longer by reducing friction, I dence In Ida dream nnd In Huddha, ho nnd save from one-fift- h to one-thirof would rather have examined the grave tho price of n new chain. himself nnd confirmed tho theory. Unfortunately, the grounds of Thee were " Inclosed nnd guarded by dogs. Mm would have poisoned the dogs, but tho dog is n sacred nnlmal In Slam, nnd 3 Mm dared not commit such nn un- - fif holy net. So ho proceeded more ells- - ttl erectly, obeying Iluddlia's Instructions, & nnd sent nn anonymous letter to Thee demanding blackmail. BJ ' Mm waited n week, nnd receiving fjf no reply, ho sent nnother mcssngo to Ol Thee, this tlmo demanding n thcu-3 sand tcKels ror Keeping the secret, ' Since this produced no effect ho kei on sending demands, till tiring more message i, imriuf, nu M'la-uuUeclurlng that It was the last, and M money was not Immediate-- ! fi' that If tho ly forthcoming ho would Inform" tho king's Judicial officers of what he linil span This, like tho rest of Urn's mes- - ill rages, not producing nny effect, h- - In- - pl lunula me nmz h ciuci prosccuier or tho mysterious hurlnl nnd nwutted the Ho was soon summoned result. court, whero he told tho wholo story, Including the elephant fortune, which had been confirmed by liuddhn In his dream. The king was very wroth when ke heard of tho elephants, forhls majesty has n cinch on tho elephants In Slam, nnij K Is hand op; b nil others, ije tent iin order for Thee Wail lo appear before him and answer to tho charge that had been made ngalnst him nnd Ids wife. Theo appeared nt tho court, and begged that the king Rend his chamberlain to his house; the grave r should be opened, nnd tho contents of the box exposed. Tho same day tho chamberlain, Thee wan, nnd his wife, nnd Llm. with nt tcndsiits from the court, stood beside the spot where the burial had taken XI place. Tho grave was opened, the lid removed, nnd tlere lay tho remains of a ilttle monkey, Theo explained that It had been a fc pel of his wife's, that thero wn no nephew, no elephant fortune; Indeed, thai; Llm had coined the story out of hfi brain. Mm was taken by the chamberlain to tho king and the results of the Investigation were given to his majesty, Llm begged to bo excused for making a mistake which was a very natural one, and the king might have excused him on the ground that his theory had been confirmed by Buddha himself; but his majesty was greatly disappointed at not being able to confiscate, a herd of elephants to attach to hit own berff. and consequently not disHe ordered Urn posed to leniency. tr be beheaded, and the poor man. Instead of having a bouse over bis head, bqwerer imperfect, was consigned to boas under ground. m FARM STOCK two-stornine-year-old Just Before the Russian Revolution Dy ALAN HINSDALE HIT, WnutD Nw,pap,r Unl.a ) Before the Russian revolution there una no more luxurious dwelling plncej for n sovereign thnn tho Winter 1'nl-ne- e nt what was then railed St. Petersburg. What Its condition Is now I don't know, for I have not seen It since It censed to bo the czar's resi(CoprrlsM. - OF - AND CROP. As agent for Mrs. Jennie B. Rainey, I will on Saturday, March 9th, at 9 o'clock a. m. hundreds acres located oa the Huston ville pike, three miles south of Danville and one mile north of Shelby City. Sixty-fiv- e acres of this farm is in grass, balance to be cultivated this season. This is one of the most desirable homes in Boyle y county; has good residence and all necessary outbuildings. Two never failing d springs. Farm will be sold for cash and the balance in one, two and three years, of equal payments, interest at 6 per cent. sell her farm of 172 acres and forty-six one-thir- Will also sell the following live stock: Six milk cows, two yearling steers gelding, geldings, one mare, one d one gelding and one yearling horse colt. 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 be given as soon as sale is made and full possession the first of April. Sale will be made rain or shine. two eight-year-old five-year-o- ld three-year-ol- two-hors- John S. Baughman, Agt. Danville, Ky. capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. " Not long before the breaking out of the world's war, I was n tourist In the capital nf Itussln, nnd had letters in the American ambassador thero and to prominent Russians. Through the I received an Invitation to n ball nt this snmo Winter Pnlnre. I will not pnuso to describe the scrno of splendor, but will mention one woman, nlmut twenty-five- , who was not only very heniillfnl, but bore on hrr e the stamp of n marked spirit within. "Thnt woman," I said to n friend, "Interests me; I would like to be presented to her." "I have her Brqnnlnlnnce," he snld. nnd will Introduce you with This he did. but I did find much comfort In the brief chat I had with hrr. She seemed to have matters on hrr mind thnt prevented her making hep-el-f ngreenble to nn untitled strang er from America. 'There Is n story connected with hrr that I ulll narrate. It was told me by the man who Introduced me to her. Paul Kaluuky. Kaluoky came from the same place) n she. In their iwx'lnl circle was Hie-pa- n Serozhn, on Intimate friend of ' Paul, whom Paul described to me as n splendid fellow, endowed with grent patriotism. There were two girls ! twrrn whom he dlvlOVd his nttrntlons. One was Mzn Arkailrvna, n modest country girl, the other Sonta Mikhail- off. the girl I met at tho Winter Pal- are. The latter spent much tlmo In the rnpltnl nnd was occasionally seen at Imiierlal functions. Paul told me that Stephnn favored Mzn. ami that Sonln wns trilsg to win him from her. Strphan admitted thnt Sonln was secretly In favor of the and wn endeavoring to the talented Strphan In tho rnme of the people. Bat this was confidential; Sonta wns supposed to I loynl to the government. Beyond the fact that Konla was Min's rlvnj. Mzn distrusted her. Sh wnrned Stephnn not only against Honln's Influence, but ngnlnst giving' himself up to association with one of he secret circles of revolutionists which were to lie found all over Russia. Urn Stephnn to consider the horror of Siberia, and the danger he would run by Identifying himself with any move dlsloynMn tho govern-Iiint. "Besides," wjiM Mzn, "I am told thnt no one can tell whom to trust; nn-- 's most Intimate friend may be hl dence. nt bnri-)i-r.- One itay It w announced thnt Siiphnn mid Mail nere betrothed. Pont was iinwnt at the bctrolhr.l f. "ST O "SET 3Bfc. TOBACCO TO THE fi I t linn-- , imiiiiit I' i mi I'liim and vlrlifil llwm Ixitli grrat !it-!'ln- . . In tlnlntf li MutM l.lrn I' ml who pmnt toi m thnt hm tlil ratute Klvm. 1m JtHlC'l from tin' way IJn rrfflvwl It that l "ollrr,-. It a Jwhs Mm. At any rate ahr mmomI turtuil t lee. Atnrat a thin Jtthnn illuipianml. It w not ftrM tijr liU frlrntl tluii Ihs hail Urm mail away wltli hy tit fotcromrat, for h hail nut an It hail ftjuml I .Ism ciHHinlt-tc- l any itUloyal act, ImvIbk rmlMl . TIbm-Iwhrr that h wnM not ih nt tlx" nri'l ihHIiIdc vre tularin; iniin. At It waa rtpurttil liy oof vrlMi knt-It! hi that ha Ih1 awn Htrphau In altaclilm on li nny to I.'.-.t- i' .it i m wk ftr !t S Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD STREET. SPEITH COMPANY, MORS. No Commission Charged. AT MORELAND AND We Pay the Highest Market Price arid Unload the Same Day. BRANCH Phone 308. LICK, KY. HOUSE PAINT thin time Hmltt waa pineal 1 hy tit gurmiiiwnt, of Mng n twmlifr of n rcvoln-- I lluiiary drrlf. Hl' hail alrntir frlt'iicU nt court niul It waa ml. I that lliry enrol ln- - r- - h aw. At nny rut nftT . tliie hM mhiic tlmo hi-- r frlrndi vX' ptrtlnic Mrjr day Hint wouM he wnt tn Sltwrtn c1m wh lit nut nf prlunn ami riKlnrwl tn favnr. It wm not Inns nflrr tlil thnt I wiw her nt j the Winter Pnlnre. l'nnl nnil I were IciuIiik III.' mince lien In- - iianoetl nut tn enter Iit nufn tn ho ilrlven ' iinny tn lira nnrtmcnt. I went tf 1'uul'a hmne with him nnd over n Rln nf wine nml n clpir h t.tlil tn tlio atory. We little tliouclit thnt we were ' ko iinnr Ita cllmnx. The next ilay I'nul cnlleil nt my lin tel mi'l with n IihiIc of hnrrnr on till fnce, toh! inu thnt when Knnln'a chnuf-fru- r openeil thn ilnnr nf her llinnuslne he fnuml hrr dead with n dngitcr la her heart. I too wna unpolled but not us much ns I'nul who hnd known tins victim from childhood. My first thouKht wna thnt Liza waa Inipllrnted In the murder. I aiiKCcated It tn Paul who frowued It down at once. I did not receive a solution o the mystery till after the deposition of the czar and tho relense. of tho Siberian prisoner". Then I heard It from I'nul, Sonla wna a government apy. Tor: revenge upon Stephnn who hnd turned from her to Liza, the falsely denoun ced him n a revolutionist. Her ar rest was a blind. A circle of revolutionists to which she belonged and whose secrets he wns giving the government, learning of her treachery appointed one of Ita number to dispatch her. Stephan being freed from Siberia rejoined bis betrothed. umlr orrnt Alut . " The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 7, 1918. SWIM m 3 A (Coprrlcht, VELVET Rich Materials Plentiful Despite OUR WONDERFUL SHOWING OF Beauty DRAINARD Match Dy JAMES j CARDS.j Threatened Shortage. Only Thing That 8ma to Oe Scarce In Prli, Say, Correspondent, li Really Hard Waarlno Cloth. We arc thrriilrncd Willi n deficiency of drcsa inuterlnl for tlio comlnK year, hut In Hie meantime the shnpi lire Hell supplied llh everything liut renlljr rlolh, wrllrit it I'nrU nf the Ixmtloii Time. All audi thing na sntlna, silks ami velvets urn In In' seen In iihumlnnce with ninny variations on one theme. IVrlmps tliu incut popular material la stamped velvet of vurloua kinds, fur mat", evening chinks, trimming Instead of fur, niul even for tlresvs, nnlttroiitt uml ImU. Hutln still la the mint popular material fur uf irrtxxni dresses; It la generally Muck. Often, now, a IhiM rmtirulilery design In Ivory uool or silk trims n on tin tunic niul glvrs,lt a Hunter nolo ami n richer touch. luileril, etnlirolilery of nil klixli promise to rnnie Imck Into findilon. Tlnit llioio who lire, ciuploj'.rd to work n It might do more useful work li nn urgumi'Ut that dressmakers do not dressmaking tu 1'nince, Ihey mali.talu, tuusl lw allowed tu HourWi, not ns a luxury, hut us a national Industry. II.kiIs nre leaa high In the leg thnn Ihey wire nn J not many lire made aU together of leather. The cloth-toppeIxnit la tin one mint worn, and the la among the moat fragile. Tlio buckle ahoe la worn ngnln nt home, ami lire wry high heel la more often aeen nt home than In the alreeta, where It la unhecomlnK and dungeroua. The nnllonnl limit, wherever It hna Urn found, la aald to he satisfactory Millinery la hemming. Illark antln lint n with nu trimming are worn Willi neat veJIs. llronn pnnnu hats and gray imiine or satin nre giMHl. The small tiKjue grows In favor; the high, heuty crown la djlng out. The big picture lint li 'till In fashion, lint, na n rule, n auiolter hut la more practical ua well na more attractive. Kveryone uaea n amall hag, in "Ilk or tamiM velvet, it Iwada tortoise idicll nr allver,with or aount of bag of shiny leather on n short sJse n trap. This Inst la more of n purse than a lug and It ciin.lie slipped Into the amall muff or curried In the hand. The long hag which linnga on the arm li pretty, hut not practical. Housefumisliiiig We nre showing n great Goods this season will interest you more than ever as the assortment is much greater and the prices have been made very attractive in every department. many beautiful MaltofJ-nn- y It IT, w.tt.ra N.wipspsr Union.) .My rbnin, Tom Nicholson, nt twenty wns na likely n joung feller na you ever aee. Ho had a bend 6t black t hair thick na a mop. Ills well-kep- Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey'a Livery Stable. Kentucky Lancaster. nml Golden Oak Dressers, any one of which can be v !; Our Rug and Floor Covering Department Is well represented with some of the most beautiful patterns that we have shown used in the making up of n combination suite. Our prices on these dressers arc extremely low considering their high quality. If you are interested in n matched suite, you will find our floors well represented with some very attractive Period Suites such ns "William and Maty," "Adam" and the "Queen Ann" finished in a beautiful rich dark brown Mahogany, Walnut or old Ivory. These suites are very attractively priced from $100.00 on up to $250.00 according to the number of pieces and quality. It will pay jou to visit our store and fee the quality of these suites offered at thes extremely low prices. Sapp-Slat- on Furniture SUCCESSORS TO A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE CO. Co. Danville's Largest furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Buckeye. Mra Laurt Noel bought from Mr Geo Mall a pair of mulra for $310. m mm mi NEAT FEATHER FANCY. Saturdav after. Mr ami Mrs Robert Laytnn were neon at 2:30 and Sunday morning at Miss Ivi Lou I'm ton apent thi week guest Sunday of her parents, Mr and 11 o clock. cud with Mm Evlrna Walker. Mra I,. F, Drown. Wheat middlings, rye middlings, Mra Nora E. Teatcr wai the guest of Mr and Mra J. T. Hill and little Mra Mirah lUney lait Thurtday. daughter, were guests Sunday of Mr pure wheat bran, mixed feed, tank Miss Inez Itay of Richmond Normal and Mra Jesse Ilogie. age, hay, oats, straw. pent tlio week end with homo folka. On account of small pox in Chapel Hudson, Hughes &. Farnau. Mr Harmon Itaney visited Mr and neighborhood.'chool has been postponed Misa Ila Hill will lead the Ladies Mra Hiram Itay and family last week. here for a few weeks longer. Missionary Society which meeta March Mr and Mra Herbert Whittakcr and The many friends of Mra T. O. Hill 14th. All members are urged to '.be children were visltora in Madison counwill be glad to know that she is very present and take a part. ty, Sunday Mr Hiram Itay sold to Dan Itay, a much Improved from her recent illness. mul for $125. and a mare tu Claude Kev. I). F. Sebastain will (111 his regSparki for $123. ular appointment here U.VU1U SALE Very feather fancy on the smart pressed beavsr hat, all In black. It la the finishing touch for a tailored costume. ntat la the arrangement of this SYSTEM IN WATERING PLANTS Having rented most of my land and finding I am overstocked, I will sell at public auction, at my place adjoining the farm of J. B. Ruble, Moistening Eystem of Continuous Found to De Better Than Drench. Ing of Soil at Stated Intervals. IMnntn should not he watered nt any old time nnd In uny old way. They may thrive 111 spite of your method ot watering them, hut why not cure fm i your plnnta In the most approved wnyl I.uclen Daniel, a French Itotanlst.liai discovered Hint young hothouse plants uml slips of vt'getablea, aa well ni , flowers, thrive far better by u system 'of continuous watering than by drench Ing the aoll nt stnted periods, t The now method depends upon the Daw- - of capillary attractions. Neur each plant la placed a Jar containing water, j Into which la dipped one end of a strip mf linen or cotton, whose other end Ilea near the plant. With this uninterrupted supply of water, drop by drop, tlio planta thrived, greatly outdistancing other planta, which were submitted to nn Intermittent drenching. Wednesday, March 13th, 1918 beginning at ten o'clock, the following property: Two pair of two year old mules; one two year old mule; two yearling mules one eight year old work mare; one three year old saddle horse; one three year old work horse; one extra Durham cow, be fresh by day of sale; two Jersey cows f resh.by day of sule; two good red cows, giving milk; one three year old .heifer, calf by side; two, two year old heifers calves by side; one seven months old bull Knitting Sklrta Displace Bags. Knitting aklrta are robbing the .ubiquitous knitting bogs of mine ol their fuvor, for with n knitting skirl no one nml have need of the bag These aklrta are simple, shirred skirts : with largo pocketa on the lilpa, quite ample enough to carry yarn, kulttlnf needles and the numerous other accea Horlca thut usually go In tno knitting bag. Tlio broad crush girdle that fas-ten- s at one aide relieves the skirt ol ull possible severity. Fait and Straw Combination. Deslgnera have found felt such a happy combination with straw thai jthts season finds It used In many Inter estlng ways. Felt faces, straws ot (hi Wen Cbow variety, and even hatters' plush Is used for this purpose. Hatters' plush and for that matter beaver cloth and nap beaver are used for facings and for draped crowns on semis of tha smart bats evolved so far. calf; two yearling steers; twenty shoats, average 150 pounds; twenty five shoats average 75 pounds; twenty five shoats average 50 pounds; two good sows and fourteen pigs ready to wean; one Poland China sow, will farrow In April; one Poland China gilt will farrow In April. v FARMING IMPLEMENTS one-hors- e wagon, one One No. 13 Vulcan plow; one good hay frame; one, wagon, one mower, 15 barrels of good corn, 15 bushels of sweet potatoes spring In perfect condition. Terms made known on day of sale. Bryantsvllle Red Cross Will serve lunch. it. P. ISDN, Buena Vista, Ky. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. white teeth under his black mustache formed n fine contrast, nnd he bud n clear complexion. Sullle Morgan was aa purty for a gal aa Tom was for a man. Sho too bad n beautiful head of hair rcachln' down when she stood up to within n foot of the floor. Well, they soon got engaged nnd everybody aald they'd make the hand-aotnecouple that bad ever been mar ried In Joneilxiurgh. Hut them beauty marriage with tiothln' else to back 'em up arc unsnrtln'. Tom lind nuthln' with which to support n wife, and Sul lle wasn't a robust gul at all, so the weddln' couldn't come off la n hurry, Tom was offered u position away out West, nnd be and Hiillle concluded that he'd better accept It, and when bo found he was doen well he could come for her nnd take her back with him. I reckon there was a sorrowful parten, only they was bouyed up by the hope that after a year or two they'd git together aguln. Torn left a photograph of lUmself und took one of Sullle. Tom's wn Just like him. but Salllc's not showing her rel lips nnd a tinge of color In her cheeks wasn't quite so pretty as the original. Sullle set Tom's picture up on her bureau nnd every time she combed her beautiful hair she divided her glances between the balr and the photograph. Tom hadn't been nwny from Sallle ten minutes before ho begun to write to her. He started In while tha train Hy was rolling out of the station. the time be reached the place be was going to he had n letter of thirty puges written, and bad mailed her postals nt all Important stations. Sul lle began wrltcn ns soon ns her eyes were dry enough ufter cryeu, to see the paper she was wrlten on. The first few duys after Tom's departure she only stopjied wrlteu for meuls. Them letters kept going from one to the other for years. Just when they began to grow less Just when they stopped, only Tom nnd Sallle knew, Tom was unfortunate In everything He got sick a year he undertook. after be parttfd with Sallle, and wus In tjio hospital six mouths. When be cumc out he bad to begin all over nguln. He never wrote Sallle that they'd better give each other up; nor did Sallle write that to hlui. Hoth hoped that some day Tom would have n stroke of luck und their dream of happiness would come true. Well, I reckon It wns about twenty-fivyears after thee models of con stancy separated neither married auyone else tluit one day uu old party bald as a coot, nnd what few hairs wus left im bis bead white as snow, stopped me on the street, and suld : "Aren't you Norman Dale?" "That's my name," I unswered, look- en nt him trying tovremember him. "Who may you be J" "Why, Norman!" he said reachen for, my hand, "don't you know me7 I m your old chum Tom --Nicholson. "Vou don't mean It)" 1 "Ixird, how you've changed. wouldn't 'a' knowed you, If you badu't been pointed out to me. Have I changed much!" This made me mad and I remarked sarcastically : "Not n bit. You're the same hand some feller you was when you left yeurs ago. here twenty-fiv- e "I want to know," he suld, looking ma In the eye to find out whether or no I was flattering hliu. "On the whole," I added, "I think you've Improved." This satisfied him and be went ou nsklng me ubout different persons be bad left In the town, most ot whom were dead. Finally he asked about Sul lle Morgan. He hud swallowed what I hud said about bis own appearance, so I wondered If bo would gulp down what I'd say about Sallle. I said that she was more mature, but I didn't think she had lost any of her beauty. He told me that luck had come to him at last and be had come home to find Sallle, and tnke her back West with hlui as bis wife. We talked a long while about old times and then I told Tom there was to bo a lecture that evening; we was nil going, and he'd better go along. He said be wus gorng to see his old sweetheart, t told htm sho would be at the lecture, and bo consented to go with me. Tom came to ray house for supper, and a little later wo all went to the lecture. Sallle Morgan sat three scats In front of us. Tom looked about for her and not seeing tho girl he left behind him Visked me If she was In the house. I pointed her out to blm. Sho bad grown very fleshy, weighing two hundred pounds and her bait was half white; besides being very thin, for she had lost most ot It after having a fever. I saw Tom shudder, Whcu the lecture was over and we were leaving the hall, I saw my wife my something to Sallle who at once glanced at Tom. I saw Sallle shake her bead and aba got out ot tha ball aa quick as she could. Tom bad already made bis escape. The next morning be returned to the West. Tom waa more changed than Sallle. He belonged to a family who grew old In appearance while still comprra-livel- TheWayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men nml Bo)s. Best by test Every pair guaranteed. G. G. COX, P1anse,Ky J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence J'hone 3. OlEce I'hone 27 LANCASTER, KY. H. .J. PATRICK. Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 36S-M BUCKEYE, KY. . W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Hours a.m. - KENTUCKY. 7:30-9p.- Office over Stormes Drug Store. -1 p.m. REES Now Is the time to p'ont your Orchard, Lawn and Cnrdea. Our larte descriptive catal g of reliable Small Fruits, Shrubs. Evergreens, Graoe, Asoaragus, Seed Po- Fruitand ShadeTraes tatoes, Strawberries, etc., is free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts H.F.Hillcnmcycr & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting $1.00. Write for particularaandKUEE FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. for fall $2.00 worth of hardy planta and bulbs SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. HARRODSBURG, KY. WHITE & CO. LOUItVtLLI, KY. Llbaralaaaartmaat and full valiw far rw UIIO JOHN rime aasl JEHftSB? Oast Nla alaa III aTI HIGHEST PRICES PAID Msils4 ass Dae Biihlian Writs aUawuiilsRsMifW Prica LUI SaippUa Tas. No CommiuioH to Pay I" uJ IL&tkl&Sons LOUUVIUX, KY. " jounj. The Central Record, Thursday, Men 7 1918. The Central Record INCORPORATED. GEN. PERSHING Wants Nine Pair Of Shoes A Year For Men HOUSE. Mrs. Mary Jane House, aged 84 veara died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. L. II. Urown, near Danville last Monday morning at ten o'clock, the Immediate cause of her death being an acute heart attack. Up until about ten daa ago, Mrs. House was enjoying her usual good health but her age made against her In her last fatal illness. Mrs. House was a devout member of the Ilaptlst church. She is survived by six living children, with one exception, all were at her bedside when the end came. The children surviving are: Messrs J. 1)., It. E., Taylor and Tom House, Mrs. A. 11. Withers and Mrs. Louis Brown. Interment took placo in the Lancaster cemetery yesterday at noon, immediately following short aetvices at the grave, conducted by Itev, Calllson, pastor of the Baptist church of this city. ! CERTIFICATES OF MERIT Being Issued To Boys of Agricaltnral Clnb I Gen. Pershing has requested shipment of 18,690 pairs of shoes for each 9ft nnn mn mrtnthlv. whlrh la annroxl- Catered l the Toil OBlec In Lancaster, Ky, roately nine pairs of shoes per man per Rtcond Oltii Mill Miner. year. This quantity la In excess oi Member Kentucky Press Association ailnal rnnttimnhrm and la belnff used and to build up a reserve for nil troops in Eighth District Publishers League. France. When such a supply la accumulated, the quantities per man will Lancaster, Ky., March 7, 1918 be reduced. Th Quartermaster General's Depart mnf nnw haa nn hand and due on out Rates For Political Announcements standing contracts, 7.661.000 field shoes For Precinct and Citv Offl:e ...16.00 and 7,873,000 marching shoes. It will 10.00 hA or County Offices n...Mirv In secure more than a tor State and District Offices.... 16.00 million additional shoes during the 10 year. For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line... For all publications in the InterVICTORY HINGES est of individuals or expression of individual views, per ON SEED CORN TEST. 10 line... 05 Obituaries, per line Says Governor Stanley la Proclamation tl.00 a tear. J. G. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor nnd Mgr asuiD Weekly. Swing In France. JENNINGS. WITH HUNDRED OF Learning To Fly MEN Few, Immediate stens for an adequate Accidents Are Records of the War Department show that from the beginning of training in June, 1017. to February 22, 1918, the fatalities at military aviation fields in this country have been 61; 10 officers and 29 cadets killed in training flight, and 12 men killed in unauthori zed flights and ground accidents. in the Since the training began United States, student aviators have flown considerably more than 100.000 miles; Hundreds of hitherto inexper ieoced men have been learning to flv. Their early flights are under the guid. ance of instructors, and prior to these flights two or more months are spent There in preliminary ground work. comes a time, however, when every student aviator must take his machine up alone, and everv precaution has been taken to reduce the number of accidents and safeguard the aviator in his solo flights. annnl. nf -mtn mm tn inaiira Increased -production of the chief substitute for wheat are outlined and urged by Gov- en NEXT DRAFT DATE TO BE FIXED SOON. Second Call Expected To Bring In April. here merit To Camp Announcement of the date of the The Provost Marshal General's office has prepared "an important announcement" which is believed to deal with the time and method of summoning the second levy The best opinion is that the first of the men will move to the camp in April. Publication of the announcement is held up for action by Congress on pending amendments to the selective service act. The most important of the proposed changes, in the opinion of Provost Marshall Gen. Crowder, is that which will give him authority to base.State quotas on the total number of men in Class Al. instead of the next draft is imminent. total registered. Pieparations have been made for negroes summoning the remaining certified under the first draft. Detween 70,000 and 80,000 of these were called, but only half of them have been sent to the training camps. The these of centralizing troops in Southern camps and the fact that the army medical authorities do not believe it safe to transfer them to colder Northern camps during the winter, are given as the prinsipal reasons for the deluy. SOUNDS LIKE A JOKE. Scheme On Foot To Consolidate Garrard And Boyle County Into One Legislative District. Had a German Zeppelin dropped a bomb on the city of Danville or Lancaster, it could not have caused any more concern tfcan the bill that Senator Brock, of Harlan, has Introduced in the Legislature, providing for the consolidation of Garrard and Boyle counties into one legislative district. I!y the bill the entire state Is restricted but Mercer, Lincoln and other counties in this section of the state are not disturbed, they being left as a legislative unit. Garrard county has always been a legislative district and the same can be said of Iloyie, and It Is certain that the people of these two counties do not want to lose their inwhich would dividual representation, naturally result should such a hill become a law, This bill comes up In the Senate at Frankfort this week and there may be b chance of it becoming a law, but we doubt It, If the constituency of the two counties bay a say In the matter. The peoflo should get together and appeal to the legislature to turn thia Brock bill down and use every effort at their command to defeat such a scheme. Senator Harlan we are told is bitterly opposed te such a measure and we can pin our faith on our Hapresentatire, J. Hogan Ballard, that be will fight such a measure to the bitter end, ernor Stanley in a proclamation which he has just issued. Governor Stauley a proclamation is as follows: a havlnff secured "Prnaaiuntflm strangle hold upon half of Europe is now boldly attempting to subjugate me civilized world. A military cult whose profession is war and whose purpose Is conquest, has determined to partition the earth whose into dependent providences, people shall be first conquered and then nltimlereri. The fate of Russia awaits every land which fears the power or trusts the perfidous professions of the Hohenzollerns. Let us not forget tnat whit nur hravn defenders meet the despoiling Hun, upon the field of battle the soldiers ration is as essential to success as his rifle. An army without bread is as helpless as an army without bullets; and wi It is physl must furnish the bread. fallv Imnnaftihle t- make this bread without this wheat and the exportation of that wheat will necessitate an enor mous increase in the production and consumption of corn at home. Corn is tho .on v available substance ami It mint he nroduced now. .A failure the corn crop would be as disasterous as the defeat of our boys beyond the sea. The first requisite is seed corn and seed corn was never so scarce. There is enoueh corn now In the far mer's cribs to meet this demand if.it la InratpH and nreserved: but it must be found without delay and conserved with the greatest care. Owing to the treat scarcity of labor the farmer has been forced to leave bis corn in the fiefd. This corn, nipped by the early frosts and never fully matured, was tXDObed to the rigors of an unprece dented winter. According to the estimate of competent experts, nine-twe- n tieths of this corn will never germinate At this crucial time it is as much the farmer's duty to test his seed corn as thrt soldier's to see that his rifle is clean and his powder dry, and for the same reason. Circular No. 65. recently issued by College of Agriculture of the State University, gives ample directions lor This bulletin the testing of corn. ihould be In the hands of every grow er in the State. The furrow is as necessary to our na tional defense as the trench, and the lan behind the plow has a duty not less peremptory than the man behind me gun. Nnw. therefore. 1. A. O. Stanley. Governor of Kentucky, issue this proclamation to the planters of the Commonwealth, that much precious time and labor may be saved and that this foodstulT. essential to man and beast, be conserved; If aaonv. immature corn, exposed to the winter's rigors, is planted the planter's time and labor will be wasted and an adequate supply of this vital material endangered. Test every grain now und If you nve seed, take immediate n ilenendable steps to secure it. It is urgently insisted that those who have h aunnlv of old corn, or corn which was mature and garnered before Injury by the frosts, notify the fooa Ccmmitsioner, Fred M. Sackett, Loula-villthe dean of the department of agriculture of the University of Kentucky, or aome reputable seed dealer, hat alena mav be taken for its immed iate utilization by those In dire need. Every good ear must be saved; every available acre planted, and every day dedicated to the work that we who abide here may not prove unworthy of those who are battling and dying across tne seas. In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made patent, and the seal of the Commonwealth to be Done at Frankfort, hereunto affixed. iho aocond dav of March. In the year ana thousand, nine hundred nt mif and eighteen, and the one hundred and twenty-sixt- h year of the See us for Tested Seed Corn. Hudson, Hughes t Farnau. The remains of Mrs. Mary Jennings were brought to this city from Villa Grove, III., last Friday afternoon and Saturday afternoon at two o'clook funeral services were conducted at the grave by Hev. J, K. Moorman, of the Christian church, interment taking place Immediately after in the Lan caster cemetery. Msry Catherine McDonald was born October the 15th. 1S39, near Point Leavell in this county, and departed this life at the home of her daughter, AN ACCOUNT Mrs. K. E. Childreis at Villa Grove, Illinois, Feb. 27, 1918. She was united Of The Lancaster Graded School Property in marriage to George E. Jennings on May 10 1870. To this union were born Prior To Its Acquisition For Edufour children, Willie, Katie, Itosa and Nannie. Willie died In infancy and cational Purposes. Katie preceded her to the grave three years. The clearing was made for Lancaster, Early in life she united with the Ky, In 1790. One Paulding of LancasChristian church at Fair View in this ter, Pa., Isid out the plan of the virgin county where she had leaided until nine village, designing it after the pattern years ago, she removed to Areola and of, and naming it for, his native city. placed her membership with that The property on which stands the congregation. Lancaster Graded School building from She was a consistent christian till earliest records has been worthily as the end and during her last illness she sociated with the town's best alms. trusted her Savior and was never heard first as a home and then as a seat of to murmur or complain, praying to education. Him for guidance and telling her loved This property, then comprising fifty ones that she was not afraid to die for acres, was acquired In 1813 by Judge all waa well. George ICobertson, later Chief Justice She leaves to mourn her departure of State, a man who declined among two daughters, Mrs. E. E. Childress other Ksitiona of national honor that of Villa Grove, III., and Mrs. Nick of Chief Justice of the United States. Beazley of Kemp Illinois, and a host On the site now occupied by the High School Judge Itobertson built a houje. of relatives and friends. first burning the brick on the place, his family living during the time of its U. S. BOYS WORK erection In a log cabin on the grounds. There were memories of Judge Itobert ING RESERVE. son playing his "fiddle" here while his young neighbors danced upon the green. Mr. J. It. Moorman has beer, appointed and accepted the office of Federal In that era of log cabins and frame County Director of the U. S. Boys buildings the new house seemed a pal rambling Woiking Iieserve, of Garrard county. ace. It was a charming, under the State Council of Defense of house in Colonial style, of red brick and white trim, and with graceful fan Kentucky. Each Mr. Moorman will perfect bis organ! lights above door and windows. zation at once among the bovs between owner added to the charm of the place. the ages of 1G and 21 years, and all Forest trees and flowering ihrubs em boys desiring to enlist in this patriotic bowered the sweeD of lawn, and every work, should see Mr. Moorman at once. fruit and berry and vegetable possible 1. The purpose of the U. S. Boys to the climate grew in orchard and garden. Working Iteserve is to enroll boys b James Kinnaird, Esq., a prominent tween 1G and 21 years of age in some productive service at least during the citizen of the town was the next owner, vacation period, and help them get He in turn disposed of the place in 1818 to the Hon. George W. Dunlap, a properly located. 2. Boys may work on farms, around Congressman, and delegate to the lior mines, railroads, or tome "essential der State convention held in Frankfort industry" to the War Program of the in 1801. Ilia wife, Mrs. Nancy Jen Government, and earn the Federal nings Dunlap, of Revolutionary ances try, was of superior intelligence and Badge of Honor. 3. Boya may work op their own culture and of many social graces; as farms, their father's farms, or may neighbor, friend, and a woman of light and leading, her personality was im hire out at agreed wages. 4. Some schools dismiss boya of pressed upon the social life of the certain standing for a special period to town. Her personal courage and pres help in emergency farm work, with cure of mind made her a heroine In trying situations during the Civil War, full school credit. 5. No military service is required in Her home was known for Its hospitality. The Boys Working in the large way of the old South, and this enrollment. Iteserve has no connection whatever for its air of elegance, and was a rallywith the Army or the Navy; it is or- ing point for those of the town who ganized under the Department of Labor would advance education. Her library was open to her friends, and the love at Washington. without par for literature with which she inspired G. No boy is enrolled ents' or guardians' consent. Boys will the young people of the classes that not be taken from their own homes' met under her for instruction passes on This but can earn the certificate and medal from generation to generation. working on their fathers' farms as was the home alio of Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap Potts, the elder daughter of well as any other. 7. The U. S. Boys Working Iteserve Mr, and Mrs. Dunlap, a woman of much is organized under the Department of personal charm, literary, and of many Labor, Washington, as a part of the accomplishments, an inspirer of youth. program of the Kentucky State Coun- She was a pioneer among women in newspaper work in Kentucky, and a cil of Defense. prolific writer of verses and stories. AWARDS: Upon the death of Mr. Dunlap the 8. When a boy takes the oath of allegiance and service, he is given a property was occupied by Judge George certificate witv theteal of our great Denny, husband of Mr. Uunlsp'a sec Judge Denny Government, and a small enrollment ond daughter, Mary. held numerous offices In the gift of the button. 9. If the boy works as much as county, and upon his removal to Lexthirty-sidays of eight hours each on ington became a foremost lawyer of a farm, or sixty daya of eight hours that bar, und received national recogeach in some "essential Industry" he nition as one of the leaders of the ReJudge la awirded the Federal Bronze Badge publican party In his State. of Honor on the recommendation of the Denny was first cousin to the Hon. County Director, who gets a certificate Lewis Y. Leavell, benefactor of the from the farmer that so much work Lancaster Graded School. At the removal of the Denny family has been done. 10. The names of all boys earning from Lancaster, the property closed Its the Bronze Badge are registered with history as a home and marked Its bethe Department of Labor at Wash- ginning as a seat of education passing In 1884 Into possession of a syndicate ington. , of 11. Farmers haven't much use for organized for the establishment Garrard Female College. cigarette-smokinboys. County Agent W. II. Ilogers. haa been quite busy this week lssulngi"Cer-tiflcate- s of Merit" to those boya of the Agricultural Club who have been mem , hers for the past year and have passed These cer a sstisfactory examination. tificates are put nut by Mr Thomas Cooper, Dean of the Kentucky Agricul tural Experiment Station at Lexington and with each certificate Is a personal letter from Mr Cooper congratulating the boy on his achievements in this line of work, and is as follows: "I with to congratulate you upon the splendid showing in your club work. Your success Is evidence of care, study and pcrslstance. The year's experience must convince you of the Importance of the 'know how' and of the value of good agricultural methods. I am proud of your achievements." "Farmers of the future in Kentucky, (and I hope you will be one) must know many things about crop production, soil management, the laws of breeding and methods of marketing and finance. The College of Agriculture of the University of Kentucky is the one plsce that offers an apportunity to farm boys and girls to obtain Information in thia great calling. I wish personally to urge upon you to make your plans now to attend this college and extend to you a cordial invitation to enter as a student so that you may obtain the best education for your future work." The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. & ZOEONITE 18 Years Experience. 12 Years in Central Ky LATEST STYLES IN SHELTEX RIMS Will be at KENGAKLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER MARCH 18th to 23rd. Optometrist J. J. BYRNE, I Optician, Employ No Agents. . MEAT TASTES BETTER COOKED And tobacco now tastes much better toasted. You'll know this when you smoke the famous Lucky Strike cigarette, the real Burley cigarette. It's toasted to develop and seal in the Burley tobacco flavor. Q) Qunranteod by PLEASE PRESENT YOUR COUPONS FOR AT ONCE A Free Package of "Boric". Don't delay until the supply Is exhausted. MoRobertsDrugStore The Central Record, Thursday, Moh 7. 191 8. 6 COMING HOME THE WAR SAVINGS . HONOR -- Special Prices Gas Engine Two-hors- e SB $100., Vulcan Plows $.15. Syracuse plow $10. John Deere Steel Plow $15. e e S. B. Syracus $17. Oliver $8i00 One-horsOne-hors- Gossip About People vvv A Brief Mr. Earl W. Ilroaddus vas a recent visitor in Richmond. . JOolnji byTtwis Mtntlen of tht Comlnu and VI l An IntcruUd In. Incubator $7.00 Disc linrrow 15. Brooder &J.O0 Double Disc with Truck $90, Bone Mill Mailable Range $82 J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. II Mrs. Adolf ill Joseph parents in Louisville. is visiting her Mr. Jim Pierre ot Junction Citv was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. C. F. Denman, nf Nicholasvllle, Is visiting her lister, Mrs II. V. llastin ICZZ3CZ3CZZH ICZZ3C 50 Per Cent of the Storage Batteries Have Been Frozen. NOTICE i Mrs. A. II. llastin is In Cincinnati, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kobert Goff. Missel Julia Hlggins and Mary Mllhr of Richmond, were recent viiitora In Lancaster. Mr. Ilobert Honsker, Mr. Val Cook. Mrs. Joe Francis has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Itella Hemphill in Rock castle county. Mrs. Belle Davit,' of Nicholnsville, spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Taylor. .Mr, Adolph Joseph left Saturday night for a bunness trip to Cleveland and Cincinnati. of Lexlngtoc, wasthe guest this week of his friend, If you tire not using" tlie car your Storage Battery is possibly frozen mid you do not know it. If cent to us immediately, we can rebuild them nt n small cost and save tin Battery, but if allowed to stand with ice in them they arc ruined. Better look nt your Battery and have it charged and thus suve buying a new one. We arc the only Battery Station nearer than Lexington. When in Danville let us Inspect your Battery. No Charge. Phones 708-- 31 We sell WHlard, Exide and Vesta Batteries. Mrs Itobert KIMn returned to her home last Sunday after a stay of three months in Atlanta. Miss Sallie Elkin was in Lexington last week where she attended the Missionary Convention. The 0 anville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Proprietor. n Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldham of Richmond spe-- .t Sunday with her parents. Judge and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. Mr. William Kinnaird ot M. M. I., Mlllersburg spent the week end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J, 11. Kin. nsird Miss Dolly Miller has arrived and will have charge of the trimming department of Miss Minnie Brown' Walnut Street. t Danville, Kentucky. " " " " ir IT millinery. Mrs. W. S. Elkin returned to her home in Atlanta jeslerdav aftel spend, ing three weeks with her sister. Miss Jennie Duncan. Misses Ida Pennington of London Ky and Myrtle Angel of Hamilton Ohio, have accepted positions with the Hat-ti- n Telephone Co. Mrs. Randolph Harris and Miss Kathcrine Harris have returned home after spending several dsys in Stanford the guests of relatives. Miss Georgia Moss of Richmond Normal School, came down Saturday night and remained over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Moss. Don't Buy a W agon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Ilcfore you decide on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built o( tlia lxt posaililo material the Coliunliui wagon gives tlie most satisfactory service (or tlie longest wriod of years. There is no secret In tlie notedly long life of the Columbus wagon. It is the result of the methods employed In construction. There is no wood in this wagon which has not Itcii under shelter from one to two years. The axles ami tho SAc3 of tha uherls are hickory; the houuds, lwltters and sandtraards are oak, and tha bottom of tha box h straight grained flawless pine. These, ate just a few examples of the cam which Is taken to male this wagon as leliahlo as post.Me. The result is that the Columbus wagon v iinl". .i'..)lo in reliability net erdurancc Come In unci csainine it for ours'll. Wn know sou will bo pleated. Mrs. R. A. Campbell and handsome httlo son. of Canada, have been the pleasant guests during the past week of Miss Innia Johnson, on Danville St. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. DC D DC 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country is calling for men 'of stout hearts and sximl bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, tlie Importance of good health, both as an Individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless'pos-sessioWhen you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as Is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R 0 Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or mency bark If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back honn for lack of red blood when you answer the call of. the colors. sells at One Dollar torthreeeiioxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and Indigtstlon and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'K Is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 60c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster. Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-Whlte-Mo- on 3729 31 West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. c 3C DC 0 Friendsof Judge C A. Arnold were delighted to see him on our streets last Tuesday after being confined to his home for several weeks. Everybody likes Judge Arnold and his complete recovery will be heralded with delight by Mr. Waller Hudson, arrived in the TAX COMMISSION his numerous acquaintances. city from Mew Mexico last Tuesday and is the guest of his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. Morgan are leaving Raises Garrard $1,300,000. this week for Lancaster to make their and Mrs. II. F. Hudson. home. Mr. Morgan has been offered a Garrard county taxpayers will be Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whitton and bright salary at a material increase over what little daughter, have returned home surprised when they learn that the Tax he has been getting as county agent after spnding several weeks in India Commission has ordered that taxable here to go to Western Kentucky, but napolis Ind., and Georgetown Ky. property of Garrard county be increas on account of his brother being called ed $1,300,000, over the 1917 assessment Mr and Mrs Henry Shulte and Mr to 'he armv, he ttiought it best to Such orders were received by County spend the year on the home farm in and Mrs AmusCorder of Somerset were Judge Stupp a few days ago and lie has tho gurst Sunday, of Mr and Mrs N Garrard county. London Sentinel. ordeis to instruct his Hoard of Super Miller and Mrs Mary Hinternish, Mr visors to that effect. Judge Stapp a- The follow ing from the LawtonNews Shultcs mother. pointed a committee, composed of J, (Okla) is of interest hcte: E. Robinson and Dr. J. A. Amon to go Mrs. JacK Casev. of Hattiealiurir Mr and Mrs Alex Walker. 813 Gore. entertained with a six o'clock dinner Miss., and Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and to Frankfurt, which they did Yesterday Saturday complimentary toCamp Don! attractive little daughter. Dorothy, of and had a hearing before the Tax Com mission and succeeded In cutting down phan friends. Covers were laid for ot Danville, are with their parents this Other counties through to $1,275,000. Capt. June Moore of Detroit, Mich., week, Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Wilklnsqp, out the state are being given similar Lieutenant and Mrs E. T. Rainey. Misses Alberta and Patsy Anderson increases and the farmers over the Kansas City, Mo., and Lieutenant Carl returned from Ixuisville last Saturday state aro loud in their protests, Acton, Lancastar, Ky. It is very gratifying to the friends of zing that the bulk of this increase mutt Mr. and Mrs. II. V. llastin were Miss Patsy to learn that she has al be paid by them. hosts at a delightful six o'clock dinner most entirely recovered and hopes to The following letter received by In honor of Its v. and Mrs. J. R. Moor soon take up her school work again, Judge Siapp give the ofTU I H notification; man. A delicious menu was served in "STATE TAX COMMISSION Squire and Mrs. J. M. Metcalf and Or KENTUCKY, several courses and very much enjoyed. family, have located in our city and , rraiiKiort, Ky. reb. 27, 11H. Among those Included in the invitation, have rented the Mason property re Hon. Forest Stapp, besides the guests of honor, were: ccntly purchased hy Mr. John Adams, Lancaster, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mr. and Squire Metcalf has recently sold hii Dear Judge; From an examination of the recapiMrs. Ross llastin, Mr. and Mrs. Will interests in Paint Lick and we are glad tulation sheet of Garrard County, we Embry, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hasel- to welcome this splendid family into find that the County Hoard of Suner. den, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson and our city. iaors will have to increase the assess Dr., and Mrs. W. M. Elliott. ed value ot vour property. It appears We admire patriotism In the children, it will be necessary to ircreae the value The London Sentinel has the follow-t- o We are willing they should be drafted of your lands $1,300,000, and the tansay of the new manager and book- into every aetlvitv wherein their zeal gible personal property $100,000. Under the taw we are required to keeper of the llastin Telephone Com-pan- and optomistic enthusiasm has such give notice of any contemplated raise, splendid results. Let them sell baby and this is to notify you that if you de"Miss Mattie Lutx, who has been bonds, push the Red Cross campaign sire to appoint representatives, to apchief operator of the London exchange and engage In any other activity that pear before the State Tax Commission, as well as book-keepand manager will further our cause In this great they will be heaid on Wednesday, March 6th. 1918. at our office the for some years, leaves today for Lan wottd war. Rut for their own dear State Capitol. We will be glad in you if caster to become book-keepfor the aakes, let's have them regard it all as will come with them, as we are very llastin Telephone Company. During just a struggle for the right. Hold be- anxioi's to show you and vour renrca. her work with the local telephone sys- fore their little eves the grand princip- entatives that It is necessary for Garto make rard tem Miss Luti, by her willing service. les that animate us. and keep well In order County eaualized this increase in with Inn nthar to lie many kindnesses and good work, has the the horrors that try countlea of this State. made many friends who regret to see our aouls. Let us not permit their Hoping to see you on the sixth In Yours truly. her leave, though they wish her suc young and innocent mli.ds to become stant, we are citato lax commission, cess In her new field, Her mother, inoculated with the poison of hatred. by J. A. ricott, Commissioner," Mrs. Mary Lntz, who accompanlea her. Time enough In after years tu make likewise leaves many friends, who to them the horrors of tha conflict-Ju- st For Sale-Fi- ve Turkev Hens and hope to see their return to London now It suffices that thtir country three Toms. Mrs. Clarence Green. made often," nerds their enthusiastic services. Paint Lick, Rout 2. Our old colored friend, George Leaw Miss Marietta King of Crab Orchard ell. In remitting for another years subis visiting Mrs. U C, King scription to the Record, asks us to tell Mr. J, D. Pope and family have mov- his old friends hero that he is coming ed to Hendersonvllle, N. C nome soon to live and die in Lancaster. Mrs. J, A. Amon has returned from George is a good workman and his a several days stay in Cincinnati. white friends will wtlcomi- - his return. Mrs I. N. Miller has retu'iud horr from a visit tu her psrents In Richmond BUSINESS CHANGES. Mrs. Ilristnw Conn of Danville, Is Last week Mr. John W. Creech pur here visiting Mr. and Mrs J. 11. Conn. chased the residence of Mr. A. II. llas Miss Fannie Dnwden. of Taint Lick, tin on Richmond xlicet and possession spent the week-enwith Mrs. J. E. was given at once. The price paid was Scale. private, but we understand mutually Mrs. J. II. Conn was In Danville last satisfactory to all concerned. Mr. llastin will erect n handsome week the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Bris-toresidence on Hamilton Avenue and dirt Conn. will be lirckcn for same in a fe-- weeks. Miss Annie Austin left last week for This residence, we nre Informed, will Louisville where she will take a busi- be one of the most complete In the ness course. city, the lot being Ideal for a handsome Messrs John Herring and Earl Wool-for- k, home. Until hia rew home is comof Danville, were visitors in Lan- pleted Mr. Ilartin and family will occupy the brick building on Depot street caster Sunday. the lower store room of which will be Miss Elizabeth Grimes, of Stanford, used for office and stock room. is visiting friends in the city for a few days this week. PROPOSED DOG LAW. Misses Mary and Jane Doty are in Danville this week, the guests of Mrs. The new proposed "dog law" IntroJ. Ro:kwe!l Smith. duced in the House, It an act tn proFriends of Miss Pearl Dirkerson will tect "live stock and poultry from damregret to learn of her illness at her age by dogs," as well os to Impose a heavier license tax. Every person who home on Maple Ave. permits a dog to remain on nr about Mr. and Mrs. D. I'. Jones, of Kirks-vill- e, his premises is designated as the ownspent Sunday with Mr. Jones' er of such dog. The animal tax is mother, Mrs. J. A. Jones. fixed at $2 for ma'e and $4 for female Mr. John Dunn, who is stationed at dogs. The keeper of a kennel shsll Ft. Orglethorpe. Ga., is visiting his pay $10 license for ten dogs or less and mother, Mrs. W. A. Price. $25 for more than ten dogs. Metal tags Miis .Minnie Calico of Broiddus shall be issued and attached to collars. Drench, is improving some, her many Any person may kill any dog which he sees pursuing, worrying or wounding friends will be glad to know. any livestock, without incurring liabilMr and Mrs Frank Drowning and lit- ity, whether the dog bears license tag tle son, Robert, spent Sunday with or not. Any dog entering a Held unactheir parents in Lebanon, Ky. companied by its owner can be killed, Miss Jennie Duncan was in Stanford while in tne field, by the owner or tenthis week, the guest of her nieces, ant of such field, or their agent or servant. Any dog found off the premises Misses Jennie and Charlott Warren. of the owner between sunset and sunMiss Mary Ellen Farley arrived last rise, unaccompanied by the owner, may Monday and will have charge of the bo killed by anv one who ho finds him. millinery department for Mr Ljons. Provision is made to recompense the owner ot any livestock or poultry dam Mr. Charlie Poindexter of Marcellus, aged by dogs out of the county funds left last Saturday for Oklahoma, where and the owner or keeper of such dog he will visit his mother for a few weeks shall be liable to the county for damMrs. Ellen Owsley, returned from ages. The amount of payments to be Nicholasvllle Tuesday, where she has made by the county for livestock bitten been visiting friends for several weeks. by a dog ii limited to $100 for horse or mule, $50 for cattle, $15 for swine, $10 Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis has just for grade lambs, $25 for registered returned from a delightful visit to her lamb. Nothing in the act prevents the uncle. Mr. Wat Arnold, at Brush Creek owner of a licensed dog from recov ering Ky. by )sw the value of a dog illegally killed Mrs. R. E. McRoberts left last Fri- and if person illegally killing dog fails to day for Norfolk, Va., to visit for a few pay same shall be paid by the county, weeks, her daughter, Mrs. Richard but not exceeding $15 per dog. The assessor is to receive 10 cents for each Iluckncr Spindle. dog listed by him. The sheriff or depMr. Robert Powell has been quite III uty shall impound any dog found runwith a severe attack of grip and ning at large unaccompanied by its but his many friends are glad owner or keeper. Officers falling to to see him out again. perform duty are liable to fine of f 5 to Persons dther Miss Margaret Cook, who is attend- $20 for each offense. ing K. C, W. at Danville, will sDend than officers violating this law shall the week-enwith her parents, Mr. pay not exceeding $100 Jine, or not over three months imprisonment, or both. and Mrs. W R. Cook. ROLL. The following Authorized Agents for the sale of War Savings and Thrift Stamps arc on tho Honor Roll. Satur day, with.salesto March 2nd, as follows; Citizens National Hank $1437.25 L. P. Urown, Lancaster P. O.. 875 50 Hoy Scouts 600 00 Davidson and Tomllnson 240.00 Itobt Walker, Paint Lick P. O. 202.25 $3352 00 that next week's report will show sales made bj cverj ono of our Authorized Agent, of which we have 52 In Garrard County. We hope It is the DUTY of every citizen In Garrard County to purchase these Stamps. Not next year, or next month. or next week, but NOW. If you are not buying War Savings Stamps nil Thrift Stamps It Is pretty good evidence that you are not PATRIOTIC. War Savings Stamps earn 4 percent, interest, compounded quarterly, and mature January 1st, 1923. They can be turned into cash any time by giving any money order post office 10 daya written notice. The limit any person can own is $1000.00. Every American Soldier is expected to go his LIMIT against the Germans. YOU are expected to go YOUR LIMIT in the purchase of War Savings and Thrift Stamps that the Government mav successfully finance this War to make Democracy safe. H. V. UASTIN, Chairman, Garrard Co. War Savings Committee. r V. tf. VOL LI. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J WANTED: 600 locust posts at once. A. II. llastin and Son. Buff Plymouth Rock eggs for sale. 75cts per sailing of 15. Mrs Jack Adams. LOST; Insurance paper on home and two deeds, bearing the name of 7achariah Leave II. Return to Itms Leavell. on For Sale Lot and five acres of land Lexington street. Suitable for residence. (3t) Walton Moss. For Sale Ole Hickory Wagon, 3in., good as new, cu'ting harrow, good as new and other funning tools. T. C. Elkin. Lancaster, Ky. The John Nelson prop a bargain. payments easy, weekly or monthly if 11. C. Hamilton. desirtd. 214. FOR SALE erty opposite Milton Mahan, FOR SALE: 2M) acres Dlack Indiana hemp land, all ot, part; 3 sets buildings; 3 ml. tile: good roads; R. R. near; $175 Address Lock Box 275,, per acre. Warsaw, Indiana. FOR SALE. I have twenty good, well broke mules four to seven years old, ranging in price from $150 to $250. W. 11. Burton. FOR SALE. New seven passenger car. Owner in France. J. Ed. Allen or Gill (2t) Paige touring Apply to M. Cooper, Danville. Ky. Buy Liberty Bonds.Buy War Savings and Thrift Stamps Buy My Single Comb Brown Leghorn Eggs. at last years prices. Hatch early jf you want layers for next, winter.. ERLE C. FARRAj may 1) Box 272. Lancaster, Ky Plumbing HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will la P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 7, 1918. ALL RECORDS BROKEN ON OUR LAST FEW UP Tfl SALES. CIS MHIN with prices high as 70cts. 50CTS Congestion over and can put 3'ou on at any time. We Have Kept Our Word to all Growers and Secured the Yours for high Prices HIGHEST PRICES. Come with your next load and make "yourself at HOME at the Home Tobacco W'house INCOUPOItATED. RICHMOND, KY. us to renewed and greater efforts this! Messrs II. Hall and Clarence Hum- should not be an idle phrey are ill with smallpox. Da the right thing at the right time. garden or back yard In the lanJ. hvery , Messrs John Land and Eatl Dsiley square foot of ground should be' made motored to Ucreu Saturday. Act quickly in time of danger. In time of kidney danger, Moan's to yield its quota of the food that is to . Airs. Josephine Dsiley sper.t Friday Kidney Pills are meat effective. with Mrs. Kobert Whittaker. Now is the time to be planning these , Plenty of evidence of their worth in . Chandler wer- " gardens. It is not necessary to wait this vicinitv. BUe,,t" of Mr' "nd M"' Mion D,v'9-ing- . K. C. Faulkner. It. P. D. No. 2. liox until the time comes for actual Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stolen were guests When that time arrives every! 131, Taint Lick, Ky., Bays; "I suffered Mr. S. S. Sebastian and family Sun- for some time from a weak back and person should have planned the entire there was a dull pain through mv loins, summer s program and should knoWiuaJ. Mr. J. M. Amons bought some hogs which (rave me much trouble. I learn- just what every foot of his ground is ed about Doan'a Kidney Pills and used inMided to produce. Fences should be of Messrs ltobt Long and Cape Vinthem and they toon removed the aches put in thorough repair, the ground cent, Mr. S. S. Sebastian sold a mule to and pains. My endorsement but feebly should be cleared of all obstructions expresses mv nigh opinion of this re- and nothing but the mechanical work- William iteynolds, of Jessamine for ing out of matured plans should re- 1150. liable remedy." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim- main to be done when spring really Mr. liernard Simpson spent Sunday opens. ply ask for a kidney lemedy get with Mr. and Mrs. Kb Moberly of One more thought while on this subDoan's Kidney 1'ills the same thut ject; Plan to not let the garden inter Buckeye. Mr. Faulkner had. Miss Elta Sebastian spent the weekfere with the larger and greater work Props., Buffalo. N. Y. each man and woman must do in this end with Mrs Otis Stotts and Miss Ku- year of supreme enjeavor. To effect "'ce Stotts. The members of the boy's corn clubs, this, the garden should be made a Miss Atrice Noel spent Friday and pig clubs, and the girls' canning clubs means of recreation, and should tune Saturday with Miss Patlie Long on should be actively at work these days, the place of baseball, football, tennis, Poor Itidge. tbat the enthusiasm mav not be per- golt, g and other amusements. Hey. N. G. Young filled his appoint mitted to wane in the slightest degree. of the jaded J ment at the M. 10. Church heie Satur- , It should be tfw solace The work of these agencies never buslness man and the lired society J jay an(j Sunday. counted for so much as they will the Xes, We women will find re Mr and Mrs Otis Stotts and Miss coming season. The great urgency of wonaii. newed health and vigor from a few Stotts were guests of Mr and Mrs food conservation during the coming hours each day spent in gardening Harvey eater last week. year opens a Held for the activities of And thii urhun w Iimum thut irur. these organizations never before offer,,arvey Teater an(1 Ml" Uer' dens growing and producing, let us Mrs-wed them. Heretofore their work has e make a wise use of their products, that nIce Teater were Bu"u of been lirgely as a matter of pride In "thy Moberly Thursday, may conserve, even more meats and superior achievement for achievement's Mrs. John Land and Miss Christine wheat for our heroes "over yonder", sake. Now there is the added incenand iir allies who are fighting by their Dvis were in Itichmond last week, tive that very gain effected counts in sides. "Garden sass" is an ideal sun.' guests of Mrs. Dock Simpson. the final winning of the war. Each I mer diet. Mr and Mis Walter Grow, of Teatert-vill- e worker has the full knowledge that his were guests of Mr. and Mrs. or her individual efforts are not only night Charles Grow Satu-da- y appreciated hut urgently needed. This LANCASTER HOUSE' Messrs Wesley Simpson and Free- -' should spur them to the effort to dismon Davis were in Itichmond Thursday WIFE CHANGED FROM count all former records. The young and Friday with a load of tobacco. people of the land are exhibiting a splendid patriotism, and they may rest Mr. Mike Simpson, of Camp Taylor GLOOM TO CHEER. was cailtd home Sunday by the serious assured it is appreciated to the full by "My stomach suffering was so severe illness of his mother, Mrs. Mary their elders. that I could not have lasted much lon- Simpson. ger. I did not cure so much for myMisses Thelma Simpson, Bert Dailey SALMAGUNDI. self out did not want to leave my three and Grade Teater, of llerea College, little children who needed n mothei's were here from Saturday until Moi.day This countiv has made some very A cousin in California successful "drives" during the past love and care. with relatives and.fliends. Mayr's Wonderful year. There have leen the two Liber- wrote mo about Mrs Emma Cornish and Mr Frank I Itemedy and I took a course f It ty Loan drives, the Red Cross drive, have since been entirely well " It Is a Kurtz, of llarrodsburg, were quests of the Y. M. C. A. drive, and others. simple, harmless preparation that re their brother, Mr. II. M. Kurtz and But greatest of all, the 1917 drive for moves the catarrhal mucus from the Mrs Kurtz a part of last week. the greatest development 'of war garItev. D. F, Sebastian, of GeorgeAnd intestinal tract and allays the inflamdens the world has ever seen. mation which causes practically all town College will fill his regular apthe success of this drive is still plainly stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, pointment at Liberty Ilapilst church to be seen In the great abundance of including appendicitis. One due will Salutday afternoon and Sunday, canned and dried fruits bnd vegetables convince or money refunded. lied, nlslke. sapllnii, long white to be found In the homes of the land. It. E. McKOUEKTS. Druggist. There Is no doubt that these gardens sweet clover seed; timothy, reckonhave played a roost important part in ed Orchaitl tfruss and Ky Blue grass GUNNS CHAPEL. our plan of food conservation, and are seed. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. still effective. Mrs. E. II. Chandler has been ill. Since the weather has Improved, Jhe And now again the country li called The family of Mr. Louis McCulley Sunday School at Buckeye Is growing upon for record production of food been ill with grip. and greater interest is finding expresstuffs, od even greater If possible bis than. the last. Tbe success of the gar-jie- a Mr. Jeptha Onstott spent the week- - ion. A special program is being prepared for the fifth Sunday and the col- campaign of hut year should spur eijd with his family here. ACT QUICKLY. year. There lectli'ii fur that djy will be given to I Every person is given a 2 MUiiors. corilul invitation to Income n mem- - 9 ber of cur school nr.d mi heip to make y a teller citlzeuehip through the Bible teachings that can be gotten no a here J eNe other limn in a pxd l'inle school, Here Is Something You Con Do ji I Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. ' SoreThroaT ? t-- This fifty year, old remedy cases Sore and Bronchial affections: Thm.it soothes, heals and gives quick relief. wn liu nil i!rii0ist v , B- ( 'We Citizens National Bank J. J. WAI.KEIt. Vice Prrst. Joe J. Walkkk. Jk.. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. iiir II. F. HUDSON. President W. O. P.lCNCy, Ass't Cash'r ON ROLL OF HON6R. for Coughs b Colds A vigorous Stomach, perfect working Liver and regular actinz Bowels, if you will use Dr. King's New Life Pills. liaye a They correct Constipation tonic effect on the system olimloate poisons through the Bowels. KetpTonrStomicaanJLiTtrHeillny W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Director RIGNEY and Embalmer. Kentucky. f OIHce Phone 18. Residence i'houe 33. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. COURI&R-JOURNfl- L This November 16th, 1915. 2. I.. Elkin, J, E. Robinson, W. H. Brown, ino. M. Farra, IV. II. Burton. Alex Walker, Haselden Bros,, T. A. Elkin. F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton, (NOT SUNDAY) AND Logan Hubble, John II. Smith, G. M. Deshon, J. N. Uoss, Fisher Herring, II. B. Cox, Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, . W. M. Mahan, Withers Bros. Willism, Marcus and Jim White, B. F. Wllmot, J. D. Pope. Your Home Paper and the Best Known Dally Mrs. David Chenault, Frtd J. Conn, paper of This Section. W. U. Cook. J, tV. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. C. Banking Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. 1). Moss T. M, Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry. Subscription orders at this combined rate may be sent Bright Herring. A. D Brad.haw, Scott Huffman office of the Central Record or to R. E. McRoberls. the Courier-JournIt. L. Barker. agent. Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. $5.50 LOUISVILLE Daily By Mail . The Central Record News- AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION to the y The Central Record, Thursday, Men 7 1918. 7 TELEPHONE 97. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED FHSE I CO. u 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET: 3 M WE I PI0NEER LARGEST FLOOR SPACE BETTER BE ABLE TO SAY "I'm Glad I I I Did" than "I Wish Had" The Record Average Average Average Average Average Average Average Average Average 30.34 35.71 30.17 35.30 35.22 31.00 Our Last Sale at the Madison 219,030 Pounds, $69,905.22. & Son P. L. Tuisey Coy mid Campbell Ncwby and Todd Sale Average $31.91 P. L Tiissey, 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 J, J. Sebastian 1520 pounds 1315 pounds 3845 1700 1380 I2G0 1920 1203 Acrnie f Average Average Average Average Average Average Average Average 17.21 NntPrcwltt White and Wiseman Million nnd Agee Davis nnd Long Orifigs and Roberts 5745 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds 41.18 41.09 42C0 .39.09 38.GG 38.10 37.54 3083 v. 5115 pounds 2510 pounds 3905 pounds 4 00 pounds 4295 pounds 0410 pounds 2440 pounds 1 3151 34.43 33.48 We please others, why not you? Call SPLENDID LIGHT A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. 97 for market conditions FREE STALLS T. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDENT. FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Rheumatic Aches MIm Matlle Adam began leading 1 THE NATIONAL BANK (); Cnp.'rul A. it. DKNMY. 1; LANCASTER. $50,000. Presdeiit J. K. STORM r Surplus RS. Vkv j:so,00. Cashier. 0n.Beefc-K- f linirivnt that mi.. ttatift" witha out rubbing ami rcliccs t'-have a bottle in the house rhcunia-t.j'.- i, (or t'ie aches ami ruins ol joit, lumbago, ttr.iins ,, Taint, Mi-nt ml ail mi '" rinei. hC I.itiirii' nt, tlie Drive thrni out v ith r;uick-.it'"- M .Ws ith- -i . ILOJ. I VlV.. . I'm'l S. ( . DKNMY. J. It. kwnh. ImMtook-KMiw- J. U UlU. ' O?O30OO9OGOOOSOO G Q O & o 9 9 (ft 1 2 Mr. D. W. White and family were the guests of rvlutivM in Vallov Vtew( Mr. Kinhaird Dorton who lias been Sunday. 1 MARKSUUKY ill will rheumatism in 1 lie camp hos WLSOLICIT YOtlH MJSIKBSS. Mrs. W. It. Cornn spent a few daja pital at Hattieibuig, is reoorled better. with her mother in l.Vreu the first ot Mr. John tlmv nnd family have Hamual 1). Cochran, Ale. It. IVnnv. J. H. l'ojr, J. K. Mrs. Hen Hushes nnd attractive the moved 1 a farm near McKinney station. week. daughter, Delia Itice, of Lancaster Storms. & C. Denny, J. I,. Hill. Dr. W. U. Elliott. Director. Mr, Jim Speaks and family left for Mr. ami Mrs. 1). W. White ami Mis. spent the week end with Miss Susan Strauaburg Col. uhere they will reside. K. Sutton. Arthur liiddell were visit-it- s l.i Ixiug-to- n 1'iiJay. Mr. Clias Poindexter hat gone to Miss Jennie Murphy ef ar Richl'ond t'reek Okie, to visit his motlitr, lie will return by way of Chattanooga mond was the week end guest of Miss Umma llurchell. to vl.it his daughter. Mr3. Uess Orr. Miss lturdetta IUmsey has recovered Mr. nnd lira. Robert Speaks enter tained at a family leunion last Sunday from a caso of diptheria and is able to in honor of his brother, Mr. JimSpeaks be lit school again and family, before goini; to Colorudo. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1 Parks ami Mr. ) Mr. Leslie Cunningham and family and Mrs William D.H'u motottd to W j went to Sa visit Tueaday to attend Mrs Louisvil e, Monday. O Kerns sale. Mr. Cunningham bought Uom to Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Caldwe)i the farm belonging to Mrs. Kerns. The Keb. 7lh, a girl, who has been chrisprice is not known. tened, Anna Francis. Miss Delia Mae Turner received as a Hughes of Lancaster, Master Tup Is visiting his grand parents, Mr. and S 10.COO.00 D gift from Iter father, Mrs. J anna S182.503.85 Capital Stock Notos nnd Mortalities pur- - Mrs. James i tier a nice pony which he recently I'lancis. 10,253.03 I Surplus and Profits 57.780.00 U. S. and oilier Honda chared from J. 1. Hamilton. Delia G Mae is alrculv vety much attached to Mr. and Mrs. William Davis of Jack and In Dnnks. . 77.108.43 ... Cash in Vault DEPOSITS son, are the guests of her parents, Mr, her pony and enjoys it immensely. 3,000.00 and Mrs. W. K. Parks. 393.21 Ilniiklns House U.S. Government Deposit- sThe bulk of Inst years tobacco crop Misses lleulali and Iva Ledford vie- 1.15015 Ovcrdrnfts Due to Dnnks 3.030.15 has been disposed of, occasionally straggling load is seen passing. The ited their sister Mrs. Robert Ward farmers are gieatlv relieved to have near Lancaster Saturday night and f 321.848 13 532I.818.-1their crops olf hand and mind, and all Sunday. are well pleased with the prices reMr. Laban Kirk has taken possession ceived, 'the bet known (ale Is the of the store vacated by Mr. Metcalf If our statement looks subMnnlinl to you, nnd our Uoard of Directors appear t you splendid crop of tobacco belonging to and will conduct a general merchandise Messrs Walton and Turner, which was businrss. ns tiood liusineSs'nieii anil our service to our customers has been recoinmimied to you and sold at Lexington at an average ot 40c. Try corn Hour biscuits or bis you wish to save yuur money for u rainy day, we nsk that you make your deposit with us Mrs. Itobt Speaks, who moved into cuits mode witli one part corn Hour and we will thank you. our community at the beginning of the year, is noted for thrift and good man and one pait wheat Hour and you agement on tl.o farm. Since last fall will be pleasantly surprised. Mrs. Speaks bought and paid for 3 Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. cowi just by selling milk and butter. Mr. Uurdette Ittmsey has a sow with Price paid for cows $45. 75, ?S5. Last week the bought a dandy good a lemarkable record, having farrowed 18 pigs, 17 of which ire living and with cow for $76, which the will pay for In During the terrible with prospects of raising them all. the same way. month of January, (when most every ltev. L. N. Howling filUd his regular body elto was trying to keep warm) appointment at th Christian church he sold $30 worth of milk and butter. Sunday morning and evening nnd was to our town Wednesday. at Mason Monday morning lo complete Miss Esteila Walker is at Norton the term. C. Comelion of Ilerca was n Infirmary undergoing treatment this Mr. Cotton Seed Menl for sale. visitor here Thursday. week. Her many friends Bie glad to Improving oml will soon Le Hudson, Hughes &. Fnrtuu. Mr. Will Hsh of Stanford waited h!ik,1)w tw abI,! to return home. Mrs. Minnie HettU has rslu.rr.od parents Hie put week. f from a visit lo relatives of Danville J. M. anJ family aie moving Mr. ft. II. Idferd is in Cincinnati: niul Hrjantsville. to Lancaster this week. this week buying good. It is with we give up this eeti;nablo Mia llalle Denny f Stanford it vU- mue" .Mr. Noel Ilogie has itut lieen called family, aa thev have resided here jvt to aerve his country as was stated itintt Mra. Kobt. Walker. in a former letter. Mrs. M, II. Arnold ot Antltreen Inti , long time and are quite popular with all who know than. Misses Minnie Johnson mil Levy is with her daughter, Mrs, tiurdetle The I!ed Crocs Chapter met Tuesday Hamiev. Dunn of Lancaster made a brief vi.it Mut.-alJ -' PAINT LICK the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon. Trl Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. with Mrs. Harry McWhorter. TweUe members were present and 19 dozen 4x4 ecmpreMes made. , The next meeting will be with Mrs. Woods Walktr and n large attendance iu we have a good supply of guttM. lSQQCOQQ0$0 3, 1918 COULD HARDLY mi Trrrib'c Soffcrisg Ficia lleacLicLc, Sideaciie, Backset;?, cad Weakness, Relieved hy Cardui, Says Tuij T ezej Lsiy. Tci. Mr. Jllnnlo Phl!-ro- t. of this place, vr:!ui: 'TIvo years ago I waa taken cltli a rata la ray left tldi. It was rlsht under ray Uft rib. It woitld remmenco with an cchlns and oxtasd up lata my left ehoulder and oa down Into say ladr. Dy that tlmo the pata wouU la to revere I would hare to take to bed, and suffered usually about three days ...I suffered thla ray for tarco year?, nnd rot to bo n mere skeleton nnd rna to weak I could hardly stand alone Was not ablo to go anywhere and had to let my bouso work co...I suffered awful with a pain la ray back and I had the hcadacbo all tho time. I Just was unable to do a thing. My llfo was a misery, toy stomach cot In an awful condition, caused froia taking so much tnedlcino. I suffered so much, rain. I had Jutt about given up alt hopes of our getting anything to help me. One day a Birthday Almanac was thrown la tar yard. After reading Its testimonials I decided to try Car-du- l, and am so thankful that I did, for I began to Improve when on the second bottle...! am now a well woman and feeling Hue and the cure baa been permanent for It has been two years since my awful bid health. I Will always tiralsa and recommend CmrduL" Try. Cardul today. 78 Oonzalc.", Our to present to you statement of Feb. $286,172.01 9 Peoples Bank. Lick, Kentucky. Paint : 8- The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 7, 9 18. 1 Notice Bids Wanted GOOD CORN CROP VERY IMPORTANT IMPROVE Oy SEED BY CLEANING Running Through Fanning Mill Weeds, Chaff and Shrunken Kernels Ara Removed. tPreparad by th United Statrs Depart' mant of Agriculture.) One of the best wnys to utilize ppare In Scarcity of Suitable Seed time In winter before the spring rush nf farm work begins Is to clean and Many Producing States. grade the small grains that are ti be will be received by the fiscal court llidi used for seed. Counlv. APRIL 'Jnd, 1918 f Rnrr.nl Wheat, oats, barley and flax for WARNING SENT TO FARMERS seeding can nil le Improved by run' selling repairing the following for nlng tho aeed through the fanning KY TURNPIKES IN GARRARD COUNTY, mill nt least once to removo the weed Still Possible to Find 8om Sound Eara seeds, chaff, broken straws and light, for the year ending December ltt, 1918 Suitable for 8eed Ready Market shrunken kernels. The cleaned gral Quarries will be furnished by We we will give you for All That la Not Wanted will run through the drill or other county on sections where county owns for Planting. seeding machinery more evenly and qtmries, where none ii owned by th thus Insure a more uniform stnnd than caunty. contractor must furnish (ims (rrcpared by tha United Bute, Depart can be obtained from undefined grain, ment of Agriculture.) sufficiently Cleaning grain also eliminates most of Said metal shall ba broken A good crop of corn cannot be fine to pass through a two Inch ring at grown without good seed, yet In many the weak and diseased kernels, many for the name of any person who Is going to purchase a Car or Truck, of which may not grow at all, or It Said metal ehall Ita irreateat diameter. of the principal states they do grow are likely to produce or Instead of cash prize, one of the following articles. between be apread by contractor there la n scarcity of suitable seed for small, weak plants. Uniformly large. planting the 1018 crop. Unless every plump kernels germinate more evcrjy, OCTOBER 15th and DECEMBER ltt, corn grower saves, and saves carefully. produce stronger plants and yield more good supply from which to select the otherwise ordered by county a than ungraded grain containing smnll, unless best ears for planting, this scarcity will weak kernels. We are going to give this out of our commission, therefore If you road enelneer having charge of work, not bo averted. The seed-cor- n scarcity Cleaning the grain' also removes The breaking, measuring and spreading will not take care of Itself: the only will help us we will add to your bank account. of said metal ahall be under supervision choice Is between making sure now or large part of the weed seeds It con tains. The preparation of the land for of county road eneineer. causing a scarcity In the planting e&' seeding destroys many seeds that are Address Sales Department Said turnpikes are laid off in sections son. In the soil and thus helps to keep A warning Is being sent out by the as follows to-t: DiUiict No. 1 bee ALFORD'S GARAGE, Salvlsa, Ky. COUPON weeds In check, but the value of thl united States department of ngrlcul work Is largely tlnn Nn. 1. New Danville Dike to Di foul seed Is tare to the farmers of a number of sown. Veed seedslost if w Ith the grnl rods of rock. Klvir with I tend you Ihe name of Mr Gentlemen: sown states for which a serious scarcity of germl section No. 3. Sugar Creek pike with seed corn for spring planting In 1018 have the best of conditions for proAddress .who is going to buy n nation and growth, and the plants ill rods of rock. lias been noted. These states Include, duced from them compete strongly In whole or part. New York, Pcnnsyl .for wlilch please send to Mr... Section No. 4. Huckeye pike from with the grain plants throughout the rods of Tanla, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, lilt season. Lancaster to McCreary with nolo, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Ne Address. the cash ptize or Although the seed may seem to be rock. braska, North Dakota and South Da of excellent quality It Is well worth pike to kota. Section No. 6. Old.'IDanville . as soon ns you make the sale. while to run the grain through the Not Too Lite to Select Seed Ears. rods of rock Brace's bridge with fanning mill nt least once. This Is no Llttlo corn of the 1010 crop Is avail :sse Section No. 6. Crab Orchard pike to able and adapted seed cannot bo had time to tuke any chances. The demand for Increased crop production necesil rods Gilberts Creek bridge with from other sections. In this emergency tates, among other things, that the rock. he seed stocks committee of the Unit very bet seed available bo used In of E. II. Montgomery, some corn at MT. JIEHUON ed States department of agriculture sowing the 11)18 crop. Section No. 7. From Gilberta Creek urges I8.W and 13. per barrel, lie also sold farmers not to overlook any po Increases In yield of from two to bridge to Lincoln county line with slble source of supply. It points out five bushels or mure to the acre are Mrs Wm. Duncsn remains quite ill. some seed corn to Mr. Ruble at fO. per rods of rock. bushel. that on many farms In the states where often obtained from son Ing clean, largo Mrs John llamin Ii Improving slowly. Section No. 9. Richmond pike from seed corn Is scarce. It Is still possible seed, but a gain of even a bushel to to find some sound ears which should Mr. U E. Speaks sold to E. C. Montrods of 4pac below tbl, baadiugtt lor me iclu Lancaster to Hvattsville with the acre will mean big wage for the Gtnlus. be saved for seed. In some cases, rock. winter daya spent In getting aeed ready irt ate o(ourlrtitrrfulacrltrt. and U lot gomery a cow fcr CO. It's wonderful how a landlady can however, this sound corn Is being fed the file of itoek. statu and inch lotus dp for sowing. Mrs. Thos. Hicks was In Lexington serve m ninny thins you iWt eara (arm a. lh farmrr cannot afford lo aier Section No. 10. Krom Hyattille in because the owner .do not realize Its for. Kansas City Journal. ovrr lorn 1st! Thursday to see an optician. llw. No nollca will b acctr-ttrods of rock, value nor the need for It. They have Fairview church with been accustomed to planting much bet' SALT PRESERVES SOFT CORN Hue, and will I oulf III two tamra ol lit Ruby, the little daughter of Mr, and Section No. 11. Poor House pike icoan, frtt 'harae The Heavy Hand of Justice. ter corn and have not stoppedlo conMrs. Millard llamin is quite sick. rods of rock. We read rwviilty nf n butcher who sider that every bushel of seed corn Successful Treatment Reported From Manure wanted now. Let ine know Mr. Geo Edglngton and Mis, Thelma was discharged for being light fingered. Prophetstown, III. Good VentiDistrict No. 2. Section No. 3. Hry if vou want tour stable cleaiu-- out. Humphrey eloped Saturday night, Ilia hand probably did not weigh lation Needed. antsvllle and Sugar Creek pike with l'hone a2 A. E. C. Cheatum. Mr. Spencer, of Cincinnati, Is Ihe enough to make It retail profitably. rods of rock. . Courier-News(Prepared by th United Slates Depart' handplcktd. guest of relatives litre for a few days. Fargo For Sale Flrt-c:a- . mem o jiaricuiiurv,.! Section No. 4. llryantsville and Cane (9.00 Cotton Seed Menl for tale. Some farmers In the corn belt are while Navv Bean for leed. Dally Thought. rods of rock, Kun pike with Jacob White, having success In preventing soft or In per bushel. Wu rrap what we wv; but nature Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. rami lick, u. r. ii, i. sufficiently cured corn from spoiling by Section No. 5. Buena Vista and Ken ii out and nlmxe that Justice, Mr. and Mia. Sam Duncan, of applying eight to ten quarts of salt to rods of rock tuckv liver pike with 'id sites us shadow mid hloannn and China Boar, large Nicholasville, were with relatives here For Sale-l'ola- nd each wagonload as It Is being cribbed, 'it that spring froi.i no planting of . S. bmbry. Section No. C. Krom C. K. Poindix. last Tuesday. III., type. about Prophetstown, Fanner Ceorge Eliot. ters shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with where this plan was practiced rather Mrs. W. I.. Cio Silver Lace Wyandotte Kggs fur sale and daughter. generally tn lDlb end during last fall 75c per 15. O. W. K.tes. rods of rock. Lucy, were at Danville with relatives and the present winter, report that the Section No. 7. Polly Bend pike- - with It. F. I). 4. Stanford. Kj a part ot last rck. FARMS WANTED salted corn keeps well, while similar rods of rock. At the trusteea meetlnc-- S corn without suit spoils. They report Farm of 100 to 150 acrea. Improved. Fir it Claia Seed Corn for Sale. No. 8. Deitrich pike with Section Mr. R. U Barker was chair must lay well and L productive that the salt draws water from the P. F. frewitt, It. F. D. 1, at $10) rods of rock. man of this division. eara and prevents heating, souring or I to S1SO. arr rotting where there Is sufficient vent! Phone SS6-District No. 3. Section No. 1. Buck- Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Montgomery and', Farm of about 100 latlon to carry away the moisture. niir, well I II- For Sale Several hundred ahocka of air, it. it. Montgomery were in proved, ye pike from McCreary to Buckeye mutt be good land In two or Although observations and Inrt Jtlga fodder. P)it office with rods of rock, Prefer to frej on place. "eunesaay. lhrM mil,, 0f L,ncl,t,, on nil.,, urn. L-tlon along this Una by tha office of I rli..lk,m hliAn. Section No. 2. Buckeye pike from Mr. Steva Brumflrld and wif. of Pay as much as S2U0. tier acre for tha com Investigations, United Btates de Buckeye Post Office to Kentucky river partment of agriculture, have not FOR SALP..' Pony cart and harness. Jessamin, were guests of his brother, . fight farm. progressed far enough to give definite Gentle for children. rods of rock, with Will buy two or three farms worth Tom Kay. Mr. Dillard Urumfirld here Saturday results, means of saving mature corn n,Kht, the money any where In thia Tor adloln. Section No. 3. Poor Ridge pike from pair of extra Kood FOR SALK-S- ix of unusually high moisture content are Iiuckaye pike to Pleasant Hill school Mr. E. C. Montgomery boucht 0f l"lf eountles. G. A. Swinebroad. so urgent and tests of the preserving work mules. are now receiving inquiries for rods of rock. house with Mr. Ed Pierce, a horae for 135. He power of salt are so promising of SALE-Th- ree good Poland China Ito bought a bunch of hogs from Mr. 'rm ror ' ror "I9 possession. If FOR Section No. 4. Poor Ridge pike from economic results as to warrant a trial .J00 h've f""" you expect to dispose Pleasant Hill tchool house to Kentucky by fanners who find It advisable or Hoars and one Aberdeen Angus Hull Chss Duncan for 200. Seed Corn Tied High and Dry Out of necessary to crib corn containing Kay & Amon. Calf. ,h : ,"r,.."-.nowRev, D. F. Sebastian filled his sr.- -' . river with rods of rock Rrach of Rata and Mice. per cent or more of moisture. The ,aa , "m ,0" ,own " Section No. 6. .Kirksville pike from For Sale Saddle stallion, five years pointmenthereSund.y. He waa ac- , cost of the salt will be less than one " "no ,ic " companlcd by Rev. Uwson of George- - """" HyatUville to top of West Hill with thpy feed now would, If planted, proold. Uivantsvillo l'hone Dl-duce a hundred or even two hundred cent per bushel of corn. Even with n'- - 1,AUe"n "a- - Kor town who preached Sund.v evening rods of rock. R. N. Doolin. fmTalil of salt, good ventilation la nec-. bushels next year. fm itTaj v. a ,vi aiaa.id ..- - trj" vi . Section No. G. From top of Writ II. Montgomery, of Ln- - chinji ionu!t the Metirt FOR SALE A good Jack and young oave oouna Eara for Seed. Hill to Madison County line with Under ordinary conditions. It tiavs I). A.' Thomai llallv -Aonrv tud coming three yeara old, solid bay caster, and J. J, Montgomery hounht -j rods of rock. to select seed corn In the Held and to SPREAD MANURE ON FIELDS and a good one. Will sell worth the Section No. 7. Teaterjvllleaiid llrtd cure It carefully, but seed so selected money. K roley, tiackiy, Ky f. ahiw Mill pike from Teatcrsville to and cured Is not available fur much of Important to Have Work Done Soon "If yott hoc a hocking coo A, Hory and Tar wilt drSv it off,' Ihe corn acreage to bo planted next a Possible After Made Food la Paint Lick (reek witti rods of rock. spring. LOST White and lemon spotted It will be necessary, therefore, Badly Needed. Section No. 8. Krom Kirksville pike the specialists emphasize, to use the hound pup about six months old. Gone to Nina with ery best seed that Is available. Tost rods of rock. Too much cannot well be said about bout three weeks. Return to - II. experience shows that It Is better to the Importance of having manure thin Warren. Uryantavllle. Ky.. Phone 40-- b District No. 4. Section No. 1. Fair, view church to Paint Lick station with plant seed of an adapted variety, even ly and evenly spread on the fields at annoying, irritating conch thatrcsnlts from a constant, though It Is poor In germination, than tha earliest possible date after being rods of rock. COY nervous eirort lo clear tho throat yioliU quickly to a lev to plant much better seed of an Important to con- made. It Is Just as Section No. e Krom double dososof Foley's Houoy amlTnr which loosens tho phlegm, vurlety. For this reason, the servo the things food Is made of as the Jess White sold to Siiulre Kewby. a .on Richmond pike to Cartersville with seed stocks committee urges fanners to clears tho throat and soothes and heals tho inllatucd membranes. food Itself for next year and for un- cow for CO. jvJj of gravel. ick over tneir corn and select the told numbers of year we will need Charles Hoffmann. Karle Hotel.Onelda. NsY A. T. and J, I, Sanders aold n low to sound ears for possible use as seed. food as badly us now, and perhaps writes: "I have Iwcn troubled wilh tickling In flection No. 3. Fall Llrk pike from Leo Delaney for 50. luy tliruat&bdicough for I he last three months. If ruore Is saved thun Is needed, there more so. Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate will be a ready After a trial of Foley's Honey and Tar I felt Robt Carter sold a cow to IUa Slpple market for It next with greatly relieved. Havealnco used a50o and i!ia rods of rock. f Paint Lick for $00. spring. bottle and can highly recommend It, at It has Section No. 4. Krorn Elmore'a gale Guard Seed Corn From Damage. Mr. C. S. Sandera and family spent cured me." USES OF BUCKWHEAT to end of pike with This emergency seed should bo sepn I rods of rock or Sunday with Mrs. Hell Kinder. Folcv'j Honcv and Tar la aatamlard. rellaUn gravel. rated from the Immuture r moldy coru family medlclno fur coughs, colds, croup, whooping cotih, ll grlpiia and Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Sanders were tPrrparad by th UnlltJ Blates DeImmediately, to prevent further dambronchial coughs. In S5c, 60o and 1.00 txutlrs. It U In' mch demand that Section No. G. Lowell and Gilliipie partment of Axrlculiui.) visitors Sunday at Mr E. B. Rays. age to Its vitality. If It Is not alreudy Imitations and cubs'.Ilulci are offered j It pays to get tho genuine, Duckuheut Is vuluuble as a pike with rods of rock or gravel. Mrs. Peach Grow waa the wek end dry It should be dried at once and kept human food. It Is also an exSection No C. Paint Lick and White at ob uniform a temperature as posguest of her sitter Mra Mary Sanders. Stormes Drug Store. cellent feed for poultry. The Lick pike with sible. From six to tea kernels from rods of gravel. middlings remaining a u Jamca I. and Clyde Sandera wero in different parts of each ear should be milling are, on acufter Section No. 7. Point Leavell and Lexington on business the past wek. taken and tested for germination. The count of their high protein conitoch pike with rods of rock. Mr. and Mra. Elijah McMillian were ears which show all or nearly all dead tent, a valuutlu feed for dairy Section No. 8. Walker Lane pike kernels should be discarded. The) rewith Mr. John Ray and family Sunday. cows. The production of buckrods of gravel. kith maining cars should then bo shelled Mr, and Mrs. Robt Carter and child wheat will help to protldo food A Diaw by hand and the grain from each ear In many districts thl year for ren were visitors tit lluckeya buixlay, The bids will be on sections but bidcarefully examined, discarding all local consumption and thus help der will not be restricted to one section. kernela In which the germs appear to Mr. Lovd A. Sanders, wife and von. to avoid tho danger of shortage Said bids shall be sealed and n bond ba dead. In this way,. It should be posfor the money you owe and were visitors of Mrs Mary A. Sanders due to possible luck of adequate Sunday. will be required tor double the amount sible for many farmers to get seed corn note how much more res transportation facilities. of the bid and said bond shall be ap- which will germinate from CO to CO Red, olslke. sapling, lond. white pectfully your creditors reproved by the fiscal court, and said bid- - per cent. Thlj reed can then be plantsweet clover seed; timothy, reckonder wjlji present with his bid the name ed thickly enough, next spring to progard you. They like to do IMPORTANCE OF LIVE STOCK ed Orchaid tfrass and Ky Dhietfruss of (proposed surety or sureties. The duce a stand. business with a man who Thoso who are not familiar with Hughes & Farnau. seed. Hudson, btddtag shall ba per rod of 225 cubic making single-ea- r germination has an account at the feat and contractor will be required to corn can get Information on tests of Farmer Enabled to Convert Grass Bro. Shanks, of Stanford, will nil how to and Forage Crops Into High-Price- d comply with bis contract otherwise his make the teat from his appointment at Scott'a Fork Satur their county agent, Product. GarnrJ Bask 4 Trut Co. day night and Sunday, bond will ba declared forfeited. All from the state experiment station, or bids must ba filed with tha County by sending to the United State departVictor Sanders has taken possession They know he Is doing business in a buslptsa like way. Better An Important function of live stock Judge jw or before April 1st, 1918. The ment of agriculture, Washington, D, G, on the farm I to furnish a market for of the stock of goods recently puropen such an account even it your affairs are not large. They flseel eort reserves tha right to reject for a copy of Farmers' Ilulletln 233. the crop grown, enabling farmer to chased from Sanders Bros. will grow all right any and all bids. convert the grasses, forage crops, leMra, Nancy Moberly has returned higher-price- d gumes, and so on. Into Take Car to Prevent Bloat & W. A. DOTV, horns after several weeks stsy with When alfalfa Is pastured, great car finished product and to return to the County Road Engineer. rr daughter, Mrs. My t tie Speaks. should be taken to prevent bloat soli the plant food taken from It r Stop - Look - Listen i i SALESMEN OF ALFORD'S GARAGE, I S SALVISA, RY. 1 i I MAXWELL CARS and TRUCKS Five Dollars I Cash Prize I $ ii l i i I I Bumper, Tire Cover, Set Chains, Spot Light I I I $ i Ie tr w.t ,,' " ' f" "'r "nou Foley's Honey AN Tar Tak f Honey MlTah for Ls Grippej FOLEYS Check f The Garrard Bank Trust Company