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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 14, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918031401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 14, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWKNTT EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 14. 1918. ONION SERVICES PUT YOUR HUMAN The Union Services will be conducted CAMERAS IN FOCUS. In the M. E. Church Sunday evening, March 17, 11)18. Uev. S. G. Callison, Enjoy quick, accurate vision, place pastor of the Baptist church will the nerves and muscles of your eyes in the sermon for the occasion. restful balance, with Scientifically prescribedIndividually designed I1YIINE GLASSES, at Hotel Kengar-lan- , S140. COW. Lancaster, March 18 to 23rd. Mr. (!. II. Swlnebroad sold a grade milk cow one dsy this week to Mr. K. J. HOGAN BALLARD C. Cheatham for $140. The cow was recently bought of Mr, John 0. II. Makes Good Record In Legislature. Collier and Is said to be the best one in the county, not being registered. Next Wednesday tho 1918 session of the Kentucky Legislature will pass into CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. history. Many bills of utmost Impor tance to this county and to the State Regular services In Christian church of Kentucky will have become laws in Sunday. The llible School hecins at the near future and in reviewing the 8:50 a. in; worship 10:50. Sermon sub- work of this legislature, the citilens ject "The Iron, Silver and Golden of Garrard county will look back with A cordial invitation Is ex- much pride upon Rules. the splendid work of tended to you to attend all of these our Itepiesentative. J. Hogan Ballard. services. That he has filled this honorable position with credit to himself and with satisfaction to his constituency, no one JUNK DEALER. will doubt in the least, not even those Mr, Louis Goldstein and family have of dilferent political faith. moved into Lancaster, where Mr. He was given recognition early in the Goldstein has opened up in the old session when he introduced the "BalArcade Garage, prepared to handle and lard Hone Dry" bill which went through pay the highest market price for 'Junk both houses by safe majorities; he of every description. Read his adver earnestly espoused the tisement In this issue and call him bill which prevents a person from should you have anything in his line. carrying liquor into a dry territory, even for his own personal use, and now only awaits the signature of the GovTRACTOR ENGINE. ernor, which makes it a law in sixty In this iatue ot the Record appears days after March Sth. of the advertisement of the public sale He has been assigned to some of the personalty of the lale W. A. Todd, at most important committees of the sesAmong the sion, served as speaker protein of the Lick, March 23rd. Paint personalty to be sold is an International Hou;e for one day, performing all Tractor, which is rapidly coming into duties assigned tn him. with as much use in this county. Head the announceease and grace as some who have seen ment on another page. such service for many years. When he returns to his home county A DAUGHTER OF THE GODS. next week, he will receive the plaudits and congratulations of his friends, the On the first page of this issue appears Central Record among them, who wil' the announcement that Annette Keller-mann- . say to him of his past work in the LegIn "A Daughter Of The Gods" islature, "well done thou good and will be shown at Stout's Theater in faithful servant." Danville, next Thursday afternoon and evening, March 21st. This is the most talked of ticture ever produced and CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION doubtless many from here will take Docket Light For Three Weeks Term. advantage of the opportunity to see it. NUMBER BO. PLOWING gear together. F1F1 TIME HEADQUARTERS FOR Get your plows and plow American.Fence ANDGENUINE ORIGINAL There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait m.til you are ready to hitch up. We have what you need. Come and see. Conn Brothers. IE man and the consumer. Shrewd bust nrss men who have desirable proposi tlons to offer KNOW THIS and advertise. If you want to know WHAT these desirable propositions are, real They are really put un the market anil not the ads in this aer each week. dumped In the rivers or left to rot in tell the story and nam the merchant lh fields, lie will have done much t f See us for tested seed corn, Gcr relieve the food situation. fe1r1tlll LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. I g Vs- Wire Fence, Vulcan Plows Collars, Britchen, Hames. White seed oats, germination 100 per cent. Hudson. Untitles & Fnrnnu If Mr Hoover will see to it that all vegetables and fruiti raised thin year HASELDEN Lancaster. - BROS Kentirnkv Advertising is the modern method of initiation 93 per cent. Hudson, Hufihes communication between the business &. Farnau, If6 3E) E 3f ni New Meat Market Goods delivered. We are now open on Richmond Street, one block from the square and carry at all times, the best of Fresh Meats and Groceries Your Patronage will be appreciated. PENDENNIS COFFEE. OF THE ; GODS! -- - with - jtj Mr. II. II. Myers, of Nicholrsville. a very popular "knight of the grip" was In our city this week. Mr. Myers is now representing the Engelhard CotTee and boosting Company, of and selling their favorite brand "Pen-denniwhich cunnoissuers pronounce about the best coffee "what is." Davidson and Tomlinson are the exclusive agents in this city and will be pleased tu ahow you this coffee and tell you of its good qualities. YE OLDE FASHIONED SINGE. Annette Kellerman We Only Million Dollar Picture Beautiful Wonderful Production of the Age. :gze Most The Danville Choral Club will give a concert in the new Danville High School building Friday evening. March 15th. At this time Mils Helen Turner, the new voice teacher at the Kentucky College for Women, will make her first debut before a Danville audience. A great treat is In store for those who attend and we predict that many from here will take advantage of this opportunity and lend their presence. Tickets are 50 cents. TOBACCO MARKET CLOSES. Total number of people appearing in picture 21,218, Largest number used in single screen, 19,744. More than 200 Mermaids. 300 Dancing Girls and Women of the Sultan's Harem. WOODROW WILSON instead of going on a long honeymoon, took Mrs. Wilson to see 'A Daughter of the Gods". This Elaborate Production will bo shown I The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co, desires to announce that the Richmond Tobacco Market will close with the sale of Wednesday, March 20th, and urges all its friends and patrons to bring what tobacco they may have left Tho to market as soon as possible. murket is exceedingly strong and grow ers are now receiving the best prices of the season. Wo wish to thank ill our patrons for their part In ont of the most successful seasons for all concerned that we have ever had. With best wishes for you all, we beg to remain. Veiy truly yours, Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. The March term of the Garrard Circuit court liegan her last Monday morning with Judge C. A. Hardin pre siding and attorneys Turyear and Wal ker locking after the Interests of the commonwealth. The court was opened by our new sherilT, Mr. A. K. Walker, in the usual formal manner and he did so with the ease and and grace of a veteran, his sonorous voice being clearly heard in all parts of the court room. It took only a short time to empanel the grand jury, to whom Judge Hardin delivered a very impressive, forcefnl and patriotic charge. After his usual charge In bringing the vio lators of the law to justice and urging upon the jury the responsibility that they had taken under their oath, it was their duty to investigate every violation and an indictment found against such violators. Touching the patriotic duty of every citizen, Judge Hardin was very impressive In calling attention of the jury to the words and acta of those not in sympathy with the war now being waged against Germany, stating there were only two classes of people, those who are for this country and those who are against it. lie earnestly urged the jury to Inquire Into the loyalty of those who find fault with the President and report nny unpatriotic utterances from those who would belittle the work the United States is doing to preserve democracy. Judge Hardin covered every violation of the law in his charge and was ssid by many to have been the beat they had ever heard. The following compose the grand Phone 199. 11 BROWN - ii C& mi TESTES. iiii irl ft. S. HATFIEbD, Dentist. PHONES ! Kefen'ce 376. Abb WORK GUARANTEED. Lancaster, Ky. jury; Sol Hammonds, John W.' Sanders, Hobt. llurnside, Lem Teater, Millard Ham, Frank Thompson, 11. T. Logan, David Rankin, Dan Gubbard, E. E. Eatridge, Scott Huffman, Woods Walker. Foreman. I'etit Jury, MR. MURDOCK COMING SUNDAY. Eph Hammock, Millard Graham, Ed Naylor. W. M. Simpson, Tandy Center, Green Estet, Chas. lUllew, Jesse Gulley, W. I). Uurton, l'al Rogers, John Smith, William Watkins, Geo Robinson, Tom Slain, Ed Chandler, W. R. Cook, J. N. Denny, John Davis, Wm. Raney, N. J, Gosney, Hoyd The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. Thursday. Mar. 21st. AT Stout's Theatre Danville, Ky. Matinee 2:30. Night Show 8 P. M. Telephone, write or wire for Reserved Seats. Admission 25, 35 & 50 cents The Rev. Mr. Harvey S. Murdock, of tho Iluckhorn School, ferry county Kentucky, will preach at the Presby terian etiurch next Sunday at 11 o'clock, always looks b. m. The congregation forward to his visits with greatest pleasure, knowing that he will bring an interesting message concerning the work of educating and christianizing During the short the mountaineer. life of fifteen years of the school more than nineteen hundred of the moun tain people have been won for Christ. Young men who have received their education through the school, have en tered the ministry and are now preach' Inx the Gospel to their neighbor! and relatives. You ire cordially' Invited to be present it this service. Glasses Fitted. & ZOEONITE RIMS 18 Years Experience. 12 Years in Central Ky LATEST STYLES IN SHELTEX J. D. Carter, Harry Anderson Thos. O'llearn, Turner. Will be at KENGAKLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER CARD OF THANKS. During the sickness and death of our dear motber.Mri Mary House, we desire to thank those friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness ind sym pithy, for the beiutiful floral designs and those who assisted In the singing it the burial service. The Children. MARCH 18th to 23rd. Optometrist J. J. BYRNE, I Employ No Agents. Optician. The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 14, 1918. GOING IT TOO HARD? Overwork, worry, overeating' and 3C DC 3 C Spring Millinery Opening FRIDAy and SATURDAy, Vlarch 15th and I6th Displaying the mostjauthorltlve collection of Tatzern jfazs, JJ'isk JfaJzs, Crage Jdazs, Dashing 'Tailored Jiais and exclusive Millinery Novelties. The. ladies of Lancaster and Garrard county are most cordially invited lack of exercise and sleep are respon sible for much kidney trouble. If your back aches and the kidneys seem wcaki rest up and use Doan'i Kidneys Pills. Chris Hutchison, carpenter. Crab Orchard St , Lancaster, says: "My kidnevs were In bad shape and I had a constant pain over my right kidney. As my work calls for a great deal of stooping over, my back ached severely. My kidneys were too frequent in action at limes and then again sluggish. The kidney secretions contained sedi ment. Doan's Hldny Pills, from Stormes' Drug Store, soon rid me of the backaches and regulated the action of my kidneys. I am glad to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for I know tney are a good kidney medicine." Price COc. at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Piils-t- he same that Mr. Hutchison had. Fuster.Mllburn Co. Props., Buffalo. N. Y. ONCE MORE SEED CORN. Further testing of seed corn bears out the statement made several weeks ago thaf there is practically no seed In Garrard County fit to plant. Farmers crntinue to bring In their corn to be tested and the tests are uniformily low. It is now the middlt of March and farm ers should decide at once what they are geing to do. If you are going to test out each ear of ynur corn and plant trom your own crop, you should begin at once, as the planting season will be upon you before you know it. If vou are going to buy you should begin to look around to buy. In a conservation with one of the seed dealers in the county, he said he was greatly per plexed as to what he should do. He has on hand only a small quantity of corn but afraid to buy more as She hadn't the least idea how much the farmers In the county 'would need. Counting what old corn is in the county and a little good new corn yet, it will take over 750 bushels to plant the crop. There is no rcarcity of good scd in Western Kentucky and the farmers of that section will nub the ears, shell it and place It on the cars for Jo. 00 per bushel. The farmers of this county, however, will have to do businrs with these men in an organized way. The amount of seed you will need should be listed with our County Agent who can then total up the entire needs of the county and get some one to handle it and do the distiibuting. Naturally the farmer cannot expect to get Jthe corn for $5.00 per bushel but if the amount is known and each man takes the amount he lists, it can naturally be handled on a narrow margin of profit. I see no other way out ot the situation and this plan hss the backing of the College of Agriculture. One last word please. Gtt It out of your head that your corn 1i good seed. If you are firmly peisuadrd it is good. bring it In and I will test it out and if it is good there will be a ready sale. Hither tpst or buy. W. II. Rogers. County Agent, U. S. Dep't. of Agriculture. RED BLOOD AMERICANISM N IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country Is calling for men 'of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasises, as nothing do, the ImiwrUr.ce 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 When you find yourself running don 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 rise could COM-CEL-SA- R Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney bark If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being rent back homi for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach, liver, kidney's, bow-I- n, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOl'E Is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar. 3 bars 2.V. Try our COWIIOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 60c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Dakoto Remedy Co. Jack-White-Mo- 3720-3- West llroadway, LOU1SVILLK. KY. DC Draw A Check THE HUB PUSHIN BROS. )otiove nnil note how much more respectfully your creditors reliant you. They like to do business with n mnn who has on account nt the Garrard Bask & for the money Trust Co. Danville, Kentucky. They know he Is doing business In a busirrss Ilk way. lletter open such an account even it your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Also a large selectiou of the newest Spring Styles of Womens and Misses Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Etc. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Director Office Phone 18, RIGNEY and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. OLD LANCASTER RESIDENT GIVEN UP BY PHYSICIANS, "Given up bv five doctors, my only hope an operation. I rebelled on cut tine me open, as I am 75 years old. A neighbor advised trying Mayr'a Won It Uttes good and soothe derful Remedy fur stomach trouble. 1 the raw, inflamed surface; got relief right away, I had not eaten stops the rasping, strangling for 10 daya and was as yellow as a gold foelingin the throat. only a few piece. I could have lived Wbr experiment with unknown, no tried substitute or Imitations when Ton cen ret the days but for this medicine". It is a Foley' at a reasonable price) la crenuln simple, harmless preparation that reII.UI re, &0e and opiates site. (InsrantMti safe; co&talus no or other harmful drutr from the moves the catarrhal mucus Stonnes Drug Store allays the inflamintestinal tract and mation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, Mrs. Kerns and daughter. Mls.i Lilly, BRYANTSVILLE including appendicitis. One dose will returned to their home at Salvisa Sunconvince or money refunded. day. Mr. Leslie Cum. Ingham accom Mr J. V. Farley was over .from R. E. McROBEKTS, Druggist. panied them, and will spend few days a Jessamine, Monday, on business. in the interest of his farm which he Miss Mina Rankin of Hubble, has recently purchased there. AIARKSBUKY been visiting Mr and Mrs David Ran Uurgin Isom, the ! year old kin. Jr. Little The Rook Club met with Mrs. Minnie son of Mr. Ryle Isom, narrowly escapMr Florence llallard has recovered Uettis Friday evening. ed injury or perhaps death on last, Fri- from her.rrcent illness and is able to be Mrs. Kelly Hogg is visiting her day afternoon when he laid across the out again: brother on Uuckeye pike. furrow in the field in which his father Mr Hugh Tomlinson of Toledo, Ohio. Mr. Edwards sold a combined horse was plowing and went to sleep. Uurgin to Mr. Coleman for 220. and Lawrence who had been riding on is here visiting his mother, Mrs llelle Tomlinson. Miss Uratton of Lancaster spent the the team of mules around the field. Mrs Carrie Grinstead and son of when Mr. Isom took them down and week end with Miss Alice Sutton. to go to tho house, and he Somerset were recent guests of Mrs J. A young lady of the community re- told them they had until he saw Uurgin C. Williams. marked the other day, "I eat 'corn-bres- d thought on the point of the big plow, smiling Mrs llelle Davis, of Jessamine coun and curs the Kaiser". innocently up into his fathers face. ty, has been visiting Mrs C. M. Dean Missionary Day will be observed Mr. Isom 'scared white',- - stopped the and Mrs Walter Davis. sometime in the near future as was de- team quickly bs passible and took up Miss Mayme Lee llallard spent sev cided on by the S. S. Sunday morning. his child unhurt The mules providen eral days in Frankfort last week with Mr. Abner Hughes and Miss Grace tially stepped over him. Hon. J. Hogan Dullard and Mrs llal Aldridge went to Danville to attend lard. the funeral services of Mr. Rice Burn-sid- e. Mrs Forest Stapp and Mr iiurlon Stapp of Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. Ella Cecil and Miss A.mie T. iisvs' Hi have returned to Danville after u visit What vou want Is nuick relief. lUTrl's Mrs E. II. llallard and Miss Mayme a fifty year old remedy that has pro rn llallnrd, for dinner, Sunday, to her mother, Mrs. Fanny l'ollard and benebcul lor rounons. iryityoursell. other relatives. Red, hlsike, sapling, long white gsom iy a(l druggists. A subscriber to the Central Record sweet clover seed; timothy, reclean-e- d recently said "Each week I look forOrchuid jUuss and Ky Blue grass ward to the coming of the Record and seed. Hudson, Hughes &. Furnau. cant haidly wait until It comes." Mrs T. W. Stallings who hai been Pure wheat bran, mixed feed, visiting her father, Mr James I). Leav. wheat middlings, rye middling, ell, for several months, left Monday corn, oats, hay, straw. for New York City, where her husband & Furnau. Hudson, Hugh'js Dr Stallings Is now located. Diht? Bilious? Constipated? Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rice, Kv. J. V. Dr.King sNewLife Pills cauKa healthy A series of "Revival Services" will Sow ol Wile nd rid your Stomach Mahan, Homer Rice and Gordon Doty begin Sunday at the Methodist church. and Bowels of waste and fermenting motored to Lexington Sunday evening body poisons. They are a Tonic to Tb pastor, Rev. U. S. Conant will be to hear Truett at the First Ilaptist your stomach and Liver and tone the assisted by Rev. Callis, noted evange central system. First dose relieves. list or Wilmore. There will bs special church. Get a bottle today. all druggists. Mr. and Mrs. Henry MacAfeee who music and it Is hoped that everyone have been spending several days at will attend these services. Irvine, returned last week. Mr. Mac-Afe- e was there in the intereit of his stock in the oil fields. Mr. C. K. Poindexter will arrive home from Fond Town Okla. next week and will be accompanied bv his mother Mr. and Mrs. Clayton, who will make their home with Mr. Poindexter. The castor requested the good women of his congregation to save their Sunday eggs during March and April for Missions. Some are wondennghow the "good uns" are going to be tested, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tuggle of New York City, are spending several days with his mother, before going to house Keeping. Mr. Tuggle having purchas ed a farm containing 172 acres at $90 per acre in Boyle county. "Eaiti lU'whoop'ndwardi offcroup" FOLEY'S HONEY amd TAR COMPOUND WhnoplntCootb n two oflb CHOUPaod of ehfldhooH. Thouund of know tha efficiency of Foley' Hooey md Tar Compound, for tbl reliable comb tad cold remedy hu been nted iaccnv fall (or three generations. WeM Armed II n Ill OF Farming When company comes Implements there 13 waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of no time to GAUJMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, dough nuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. As administrator of the estate of W. A. Todd, deceased, I will sell at Public Auction, at Paint Lick, Ky., on Saturday, March 23, '18 at 2 oclock, personalty: 1 p. m.. the following ENGINE; iscoverv for Coughs Colds s U. Then, too, her reputation ns a cook jnust and she be upheld "stakes" it on Calumet every time. She Aruows it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings tvery day. Calumet. contains only such Ingredients as have been approved officially by the if. STFood Authorities. bay it. Yau.?e isa mis wsca jm iu ii. INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR One 10-2- 0 Oil Engine; One Flow to follow engine; Two Disc Harrows; One Tobacco Flow; One double shovel Plow; One Cultivator; One Mowing Machine; One A Harrow; One Buena Vista Saddle; One good Brood Mare; A lot of Plow Gear. Terms made known on day of sale. G. B. Todd, Adm. Tho Central Record, Thursday, Mch 14, 1918. 3 Shoes, Shoes, Shoes ft i 3 Ladles and children's Shoes namely Oxfords, Pumps, Boots, Evening Slippers and House Slippers to be sold out at less than the manufacturer's first cost. Having decided to quit handling Ladles' and Children's Shoes, we will close out our entire stock at once in order to make room for our Men's and Buy's Lines. In these days of Hooverlzlng, this will be a rare opportunity for the families of Boyle and adjoining counties to save a nice sum of money on their Spring and Summer Footwear. From a money saving standpoint this will positively be the greatest Shoe Sale held In this part of the country. Remember this is not a sale of junk, but all nice clean shoes, Including all the newest things In Spring Styles from the foremost shoe makers of the n country, such as Grover's, John Kelly's and and the famous Educator Shoes for Children. Smaltz-Goodwi- I ! I I I I I AND Sale Begins Thursday, March 14th CONTINUES FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. DOORS OPEN PROMPTLY AT 9 O'CLOCK. I I I s Just a Sample of a Few Comparative Prices. Babies Shoes as low as 29c per pair. Childrens Shoes as low as 48c per pair. Ladies Shoes as low as 98c. We also include 100 pairs Mens Leather Work Shoes at $1.98 per pair. Remember that we are compelled to close out every pair of these, shoes in ten days as we must have the room. Shoe merchants would do well to tend this sale as they will not be able to duplicate these prices at the factory. TERMS-Sp- ot cash, nothing laid aside or sent on approval. t Store closed Wednesday In order to arrange Stock. All Shoes marked in plain figures. We will give away absolutely free Four Pairs of Ladles and Misses' $5.00 Shoes'during this sale. nJ-iX- -r Call for tickets with each purchase. at- CDCP r PRCC r Parks & Hendren Company. INCORPORATED I I Ten Sales Ladies Wanted. DANVILLE, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. W. Ray. a part of last week doing some dental Mrs. J. M. Amon and little son, work. A miscellaneous shower was given Robert Lee. spent WedmsUy with Mrs. Otis Stotts at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Robert Long. Misses Barbara Gulley and Lucille John Land Friday afternoon. Walker School Tom Cotton, Buckeye Oscar Ray, Nina Dan East. Scotts Fork Odie Harden, Gunn'a Chapel S. S. Sebastian. Bradshaw Virgil Lsyton, Beech Grove Robert Broadu, Teatersville-- D. N. Long. Bethel-- Eb Bentley, Cartersville C. S. Roop, White Hall-J- as. A. Todd, Union E. D. Cook, Harmon's Lick-- D. D. Collett, Manse C. B. Ledford, Stony Point-- O. M. Barr, Lawson School A. F. Edwards, Copper Creek-- Eb Whitted, Woodsview R. C. Boian, Hulett School Hamp McQuerry, Paint Lick J. Guynn, Logan Chapel Wm. Ledford. to Sanders wore at Kirksville last week Safeguard the health of your the guests of Mrs. Henley Whittaker. family by using kiln dried com Capitol Misses a and Lillian Pearce, May meal. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. me Sebastain and Rev. D. F. Sebas'ian Lucile, the little daughter of Mr. A. H. DENNY, President spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Rufus Fain is suffering from J. & STORME3. Vic Pres'U i Walter Grow, a broken arm sustained Saturday by a S. (.. DENNY. Cashier. Tankage, the best feed for grow- fall. J. I. Gill, J. It. Harris, ing hogs.-HudsHughes & Fornau Mr. and Mrs. John Land. Misses Jennie and Sue Higgins and Hallie Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Locker and Royston motored to Lexington SaturDeposit Boxes Rent. little daughter, May mo (Catherine spent day. BUCKEYE with Lis parent, Mr. the week-en- d WE SOLICIT YOUit BUSINESS. Miss Allen McCullev and Mr. Jesse and Mrs. I). Locker. McCullev weie guests, of Miss Inez Mils Ila Hill and Mr. Talbott Jenkins Hamuli D. Cochran, Alex II. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Land and Mr. Howard Land Saturday were guests Sunday of Miss Rosa Ray, Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. and Sunday. GUNNS CHAPEL. Misses Sallto Lou Tester and Ethel Mrs. Robert Long, Misses Valeria Ray were guests last week of Mrs. G. Whittaker, Francis Long and Mr. Mrs. Ray has been quite ill. Willie P. Long were guests of Mrs. J, Mr, Lige Hurt was in Lexington M. Amons, Sunda, Saturday. The subject of a high school at BuckMr. Hugh Noel has purchased a eye is creating quite a bit of interest motorcycle. in this community. The county Edu Mr, Irvine Simpson has moved to cational Hoard will decide as to whether Clover llottom. the interest shown will justify the Mr. Rufas Fain purchased a horse of erection of the school at this time, on Mr. S. S. Sebastian. the fourth Monday. Everyone inter Mr. and Mrs. E. II, Chandler have ested should appear before the Hoard moved to Lancaster. at its meeting on court day. Go and We take this means of thanking those who have assisted us In Mr. Newt Chandler is with Mr. and do your bit. Mrs. Harvey Teater. making a record of our business today, March Sth, as follows: Mr. John Hall purchased a horse BOARD OF EDUCATION from Mr. Hardin Davis. Mr. Oscar Ray purchased a horse of REORGANIZED. $178,147.75 Notes nrnl Mortgages Capital Stock Mr. Dewey Dailey for $225. . $ 10.000.00 Mrs. Jesse Hurt was a guest of Mr. Cush In Vault and in Banks. . 82,73(1.48 On March Surplus and Profits the 2nd, the Garrard 10,513.05 and Mrs. Lige Hurt Sunday. County Board of Education was reor C7.880.00 Bonds nnd Securities DEPOSITS . . . Mr. Hugh Moberlv purchased u bug. ganized and is composed of the follow. Bunking House 3.000.00 Ing members; T. M. Arnold, Jr. of Divgy of Mr. John Land for $50. Due to Banks 214 08 1,11274 . Mr. V. W. Worthington and family ision No. 1, R. L. Barker of Division Overdrafts..,. .y No. 2, Oscar Ray of Division No. 3, have moved to Sulphur Well. 5333,1 00.97 Mr. II. M. Kurti purchased some and It. U. Boian of Division No. 4, with 333.1 00.07 the Supt. of Schools as chairman. corn of Mrs. Lou Noel' at J8. Trustees are as follows; Mrs. Clarence McCullev has been Raney, Pleasant Hill-Lu- ther visiting her mother, Mrs. Joe Kay. One-Thir- d Antioch Forest Calico, Rev. D. F. Sebastian was a guest of Sjcamore R. C, Clark, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz, Sunday. Let your name be added to our long list of near Beasley School Ollio Johnson, pleased M. Arnold. Jr. Miss Iva Hollon, of Hazel Green, Is Herring School-- T. customers. Yon will receive our best attention and we will thank you Colson, here with her sister, Miss Lena Hollon. Bcechwood-Jo- hn B. Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and child, Orchard Grove-- G. K. Sebastian. ren were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd West Point-- H. Mason School E. B. Sutton, Ray. Bryantsville-- J. C. Willlairs, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Bogle of LancasHfckman-- C. ter were guests of Mrs, Lou Noel Sun Buena Vista-- F. Ison, D. McMurtry. R. day ISourne- -J. P. Ham, 11. Onstott. Mr. Harold of Oerea Sunny Slde-- W. L. Grow, College visited his parents here last! Rice Academy-- W. C. Hughes, week, Bright'! Bend-- G. A. Bowling, Dr. Achilla, of Richmond, were here Locust Grove-- It. L. Barker, 450,000. Surplus 430,000. jza, rain, winaa, and dampness bring vM the rheumatic aclirs. An application of Shun' Liniment brings quick relief. Norubbinc;. U Penetrates. Safety For A Thank YOU $300,372.94 FAMILY MEDICINE Black-Draug- In Her Mother's Home, Sayi This Georgia Lady, Regarding Relief From Headache, Malaria, Chills, Etc Klnggold, Ga. Mrs. Chas. Gaston, of this place, writes; "I am a user la fact. of Thedford's It was 0Q8 of our family medicines. Also la my mother's homo, when t was a child. When any of us child ren complained of headache, usually caused by constipation, she gave us which would a dose of rectify tho trouble. Often la the Spring, we would have malaria and chills, or troubles of this kind, wa pretty regwould take Black-Draugular until tho liver acted well, and we would soon be up and around again. We would not be without It, for It certainly has saved us lots of doctor bills. Just a dose of Black Draught when not so well saves a lot of days la bed." has been TVdford'B Black-Draugla use for many years la the treatment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles, and the popularity which It now enjoys Is proof of Its merit. It your liver Is not doing-- Its duty. you will suffer from such disagreeable symptoms as headache, bilious ness, constipation. Indigestion, etc., and unless something Is done, serious trouble may result. Tbedford's Black-Draughas been found a valuable remedy for these troubles.. It Is purely vegetable, and acts in a prompt and natural war. regulating ine liver to us proper functions and cleansing the bowels of impurities. Try 1U Insist on.. Toed" ford's, tie original and genuine. 79 Assets Million Dollars. 900 Peoples Bank. Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 14, 1918. New Spring Clothing We Have Your Spring Suit In Stock Now. 1 Notwithstanding the unprecedented scarcity of wool we have by diligent and untiring energy succeeded in getting together for the spring season the best line of Clothing we have ever been able to show. These clothes of ALL WOOL material and unquestioned quality made by the worlds best Tailors such as HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and other leading brands. flens Boys and Childrens Suits. SPRING TAILORING OPENING this week. Thursday, Saturday, Friday and Mens Suits $15., $18., $20., $22.50, $25., $27.50, $30. Boys Knee Suits $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $8.00 $10.00 Stetson Hats, Wilson Shirts Mens W'omens add Childrens Shoes with quality maintained. We stand for the best merchandise only. LET OUR TAILOR HAVE your intention Thursday, and Saturday, Friday, March 14th, 15th, 1 6th. Let us have your measure Easter Suit for an Quality. House of Jas. W. Smith SENATOR Demands Icquiry Into Lancaster Kentucky March of this week, for Knoter I 4th, 1 5tb, 1 6th. Ho will fix you up The Central Record INCORPORATED. facturing German bullets for their or. get it right, that is the inevitable result if we fail in our re breasts-f- HARLAN Slump CICERO j t PRICE ssued Weekly. J1.00 a year. sponse to the call. of Hemp Dies At His Home Near Winchester. Prices. WANTED Shelled 5c per bu hither. loss of the thousands of young men ed for in a ioint resolution passed by recently called, the farms have been the Senate this afternoon on motion of for several years. Senator Harlan, of Hoyle county. Rates For Political Announcements short-hande- d In this connection we would call atSenator Harlan said that in response For Precinct and Cltv Office ...S 5.00 tention to some facts that should inII 31 ICZZjC 31 IE to demands of the Government for por County Offices 1U.00 terest us. It has been noted for some fibers lor use in equiping ships and 15.00 District Office tor State and time that many farmers, after years of other purposes. Kentucky farmers For Calls, per line effective work on their farms, haye raised a record crop of hemp in 1917. Christian Church and at the request of For Cards, per line ' left them aru moved to the towns, The 191C crop brought 15 and 16 cents, the family no flowers were sent. For all publications in the interleaving their lands In the care of ten- and the needs of the trade are just as est of individuals or expresants. This has been bad for the farms great or greater now than then but the sion of individual views, per CRAIG. in many ways, pat ticularly In that it highest bids made this year, with little , Batline-.10 deprived the lands of the care of men The sympathy of the entire intiArent Interest on the part of the .05 L Obituaries, per line !..J .. goes out to the husband and buyers, was 11 cents. It is an expenboth so vitally nece&aarv at this time. sive crop to raise and requires much children of Mrs. Lena Kelly Craig, These men are still in the towns. labor. It was explained that there is wife of Mr. Thomas Craig, who passed v If you nre not using the car your Storage Mattery is hundreds of them, thousands of them. a shortage of cars, but information has away at her home in this city last SunTHE BLOOD CALL. possibly frozen nntl you ilo not know It. If sent to us imWhile they may be a substantial factor been received from Director General day morning at two o'clock, after an There is no finer sight in this old mediately, we can rebuild tlietn nt n small rost mid save of the town force, their presence is at McAdoo that plenty of cars are avail-abl- e. illness of several months, of tuberculoid. world than perfect blood loyalty fam this time most urgently demanded on Mrs. Craig was a consecrated memth3 Battery, but if allowed to stnnd with Ice In them they ilies bound by the ties ot blood, cementhe farms. Every farm in the land is Senator Harlan said he was not ac- ber of the Preibyterian church, and nre ruined. ted into one compact band to promote crying out for the guiding hand and cusing anyone of being deliberately her passing away is regretted by all. and defend the interest of the whole. Hetter look nt your Battery and have it chnrged nnd brain of its owner the one person who responsible for the slump, but declared She was twenty-nin- e years old and had The hour has struck when this call is thus save huyinii n new one. We nre the only Battery Stashould have the deepest interest in iU the condition warrant" investigation. been married about eight years. ringing dear and. loud above all others tion nearer than Lexington. When in Danville let us inIieside her husband, she leaves three success. in the ears of Hi? American people. little children, just at an ago when In this crisis of the nation's life. NEXT DRAFT spect your Battery. No Charge. Phones 798-- 31 TO Every city, every town, every hamlet they need a mothers love and watch-carevery owner of a farm who has left it and every community in the land has We sell Wlllard, Exlde and Vesta Batteries. they are Thomas, Fleecie and wherever possible without too great BEGIN MARCH 29TH. Ellen, the oldest being six years of age. given of its best beloved blood to swell sacrifice should return to the soil and the expeditionary forces on the battle give to his Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas best tabor and thought. it Eight hundred thousand men are to fields of France. These men have gone It is not merely the matter of hit daily called to the colors during the year Kelly, live in Lincoln county, beside to fight OUR battles. They have of- labors, though these would count large-l- y be under the second army draft, which is two sisters and seven brothers who The fered their all in our service. During survive her. in results. These is the. more im- to begin on March the 29th. blood tie holds them firmly to the task Funeral services were conducted at L. B. CONN. Proprietor portant fact of his experience and the five days following this date 95, (HO which they are dedicated to. We have broader knowledge of farm problems. will be mobilized, 80.0U0 of them being the Presbyterian church last Monday Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. the word of the commanders that their His hand at the helm would be an in men of the first draft, not yet summon-e- d at 12:30. by her pastor. Itev. II. S. sacrifice is complete that the blood Hudson, burial taking place at Junction spiration to the entire f Am force and into service. 3C 31 IE loyalty is perfect. The Local Exemption Hoard have City that afternoon. would count powerfully in the final But is theirs to be the only demonjust made the following report to the results. stration ot the power of blood loyalty? There could be ro finer exhibition of War department, giving In iletaii tne What power worthy the name, if he of classification of the total registrants patriotism than for the has a friend fighting his battles, will the country, wherever and however of this county. not back him up and support him to the 1W1 to return to the soil at least Registrants Is the sacrifice to situated, limit of his power? 1WW, (i) through the period of the war, when Classified be out of all proporticn to the gratitude 1 they could be of such untold aid to Not classified, failed to return Q. of the beneficiary? 320 In class 1 their country. These thousands, these hundreds of Ih class 2 thousands, who have gone, are going, 30 In class 3 What a great old world this would be and who are yet to go flesh of our 4" In class i flesh and blood of our blood are ap- if all the expressed sentiments of hu In class & 1"3 lo-'.- in G pealing to us through every affection manity were real, genuine, iii Died since registration of the human heart fpr SUPPORT, for what they profess to be. liut Satan Cases before District Hoard .... 135 originated the art of deception back SUSTENANCE, for COOPERATION. 1C In class 1, before District Hoard., forPOWEIt. These we must furnish there in the infancy of the race, and he Phi sicallv examined class 1 287 or their sacrifice will have besn in vain. and his minions have industriously per- White men phy. examined class 1. 202 liut we Americans need to be told petuated it. His amazing success is Negro men phv. examined class 1. Mi (!) the Ills lht the very essence of blood loyalty due to put ability to, as what small boy White men at Dist. Hoard class 1. IS V it ain't." Negro men at Dist. Hoard class 1, It "appear 1 Is sacrifice. Not only a professed will- Would (!) ingness to sacrifice "if necessary," but We now call it camouflage. V While men not examined Of all the various brands of human Negro men not examined . ., real sacrifice the tctal subordinating 8 counterfeit, the demagogue camouflaged ot our interest to theirs. 71 White men sent to Camp Taylor.. as a patriot is the most contemptible.'' Negro men sent to Gimp Taylor.. Coming down to grim realities, the 2 success or failure of our sons "over Patriotism is a fine thing, a sacied White registrants volunteered 11 thing, but it counterfeit patriotism Is yonder" will depend on whether or not 9 Slackers registered by this board. Yet we see it (1 we at homo will sacrifice to the Unspeakably disgusting. Slackers, white reg by tills board. all about us. It mistakes noise fur tunc of twenty billions of dollaia year 3 Slackers, negro reg by this board. words for sentiment. Its om It, There is absolutely no other way, Ualancii white men in 1st draft, niscience Is equal to solving the most This Is the amount that Congress has 9 (!) sent to Camp, Feby, 25th ... Its self ! I allotted to the task, and it must all knotty problems of the war. Balance negro men in 1st draft, come from the people, and that over sacrifice is capable of any devotion if .. . 31 til due to go to Camp Its renunciasalary Is sufficient. and above their own necessary expen- the IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO We came here to stay and you can be assured of a square deal at all Armies are not fed and tion is beautiful until it is discovered ditures. EVERY REGISTRANT. there Is nothing to renounce. Its Section 116. Selective ServiceRegu-lations- . clothed and armed and equipped with that times. Located on Danville Street two doors below the Post Office. amunitlon simply by proclamation or devotion to duty is sublime until It is Every registrant shall, with known that the person stands to gain These can only by "appropriations." in five days after the happening thereauthorize the necessary expenditures, much and lose not at all. of, report to his Local Hoard any fact In the old American game of poker which might change or affect his class' the concrete supplies must come from our labors and our savings and our there is one practice known as bluffing Ificatlon. which returns good results if success sacrifices. Failure to report change of status aa V' Mothers, fathers, litters, brothers, fully put over. There is, however, i herein required, or make a false report LOUIS GOLDSTEIN, Proprietor. friends of our soldier boys, are we counter practice of "calling the bluff' thereof, is a misdemeanor punishable by one year a Imprisonment. heeding the blood call? Are we not that sometimes give amazing teturns. When you meet with 'one of these Section's 117, 118, 119 of the Regu only "willing," but no we respond to every tbrob of our heart's blood to blatsnt patriots who only wants an opJ lations compels the Local Hoard to re' every call? Or aru we by our lethargy nortuuitv to und the war, "call his classify and report any registrant who fails to comply with the above Section, and Indifference and selfishness, manu band." Editor. In the working out of the farm probFrankfort, Ky March 11. -- An in- R.L. ELK IN, Local Editor and Miir. lems the coming season the country is qnl.--y into the cause of the slump of It is the Kentucky hemp market just at the up against some stubborn facts. Kiue'td l lb" Toil OBce In Lncr. Kr. useless to blind our eyes to the situation time when the farmers are ready to Second CUn Mali Milter we are short of farm workers, and sell the biggest crop in years and b dethat at a time when even more are mand that the Attorney General instit Member Kentucky Press Association needed than at any time heretofore. ute proceedings, should the inquiry to The working of the selective draft may be conducted by the Commissioner of Eighth District Publishers League. give some relief, hut cannot entirely Agriculture develop evidences of con Even without the piracy In remedy natters. restraint of trade, 1s provid Lancaster, Ky., March 14. 1918 J. E. ROBINSON. News was received here last Tuesday by relatives and friends announcing the death at his home near Winchester, of Mr. Cicero Price, so well remembered here, where he lived for many years. His death was the result of a stroke of paralysis with which he wasstricken on Feb'y 22nd. and from which he never rallied, even to recognize members of his immediate family. Mr. Price was 0 yeais old and an II federate soldier. leaves many friends and relatives in this county, who will regret to learn that he Is no more. Hurial services were conducted esterday j LI at the grave in Winchester The market changes lmot daily, but we are today (March 2) paying the following pr.ces - WHITE t"H EAR OR SHELLED Ear Corn, No. 3, $1.90 Ear Corn, No. 4, $1.85 These Prices in Louisville If jou have any White Corn to sell, now or later. it will pay yon to write Ballard Corn Mills, Incorporated. Louisville, Ky. .j 50 Per Cent of the Storage teries Have Been Frozen. NOTICE The Banvilie Quick Oo r 3CDCZZIC ii 4 (!) I I 1 To The Public SCRAP IRON, METAL, MAGAZINES, RUB- ... We wish to announce that we have cated in Lancaster and are the busi- ness to buy I I 1 (!l I 1 (!) 1 I I BER, ETC. I (!) (!) ... AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE I 1 (!) 1 I I I Lancaster Scrap Iron & Material Co, I : I Phone 367. - - Lancaster, Ky. I The Central Record, Thursday, Men 14. 1918. 5 WE ARE READY FOR OUR BIG SPRING DRIVE. A look at our various lines of merchandise In which are embodied beautiful styles and exquisite qutilitlcs, will convince you we are going "over the top" of any previous years snowing. BEFORE BUYING Your next Spring outfit, see the following lines for women. Coats, Suits, , ' Skirts. THE ONE PRICE STORE, Waists, Underwear, Hosiery. VISIT OUR Woolens, Silks, Shoes, Pumps, Oxfords. Cotton Piece Goods. CARPET DEPARTMENT. THE JOSEPH i MERCANTILE J Mr Fred Frisbie has bien grippe. III v-vs COMPANY with the HOUSE OF QUALITY. Special Prices Two-hors- j 5 Gas Engine $100., Vulcan Plows $15. Syracuse plow $10. John Deere Steel Plow $15. e Oliver $8.00 e S. B. Syracus $17. One-hors- e SB ( I Gossip About People A Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Acton are spend ing several days in Louisville. Mrs. Chester Lewis and friends were visitors in Richmond. Monday. Mr .1. II. Soner of Kichmond. was here Sunday for n short visit with old friends. MILLINERY One-hors- Ooirji ErUI Mtntion of Ihr Comlnsi and I y Thoic Wi Are Intcrcilid In. Incubator $7.00 Disc Harrow $ 15. Ilrooder S3 00 Double Disc with Truck SMi. Bone Mill 1.00 Hon Henry Mailable KniiUo S82 SPRING OPENING J. t R. MOUNT iSc CO. The Q Deal House. C) (i) FEESH BREAD TWICE A WEEK Bread for Whcatless Days.' Rye, Bran and Grahsm. iij 0 C) (ij Sander's Variety Store. Try our special Sunshine Calics and Crackers Si COUPONS FOK AT ONCE A Free Package of "Boric" Don't delay until the supply Is exhausted. McRoberts Drug Store Mrs N. Miller and mother, Mrs Hin-- j Mr J. II. Conn has been quite ill ternish. were In Cincinnati, several J days this week, with tonsilitus. Mrs. Georgia l.tisk laf t Satuiday for Mitt Eugenia Dunlap it quite ill Louisville, where she will visit her' with the grippe. sister. Mrs. Ii. E. Hughes. Mr Hallie Dunlap spent several days Mr. and Mrs 'Ed ICoss, Mrs. I 'earl in Cincinnati lait week. Gulley and daughter, Helen, were shop- -' Mrs IJ. S. Fry of Louisville is the ping in Lexington, Monday. I!, FRIDAY & SATURDAY . Kuett of Miss Minnie Urown. Mrs. I.ula Johnson and daughter, Mrs Joe Francis pnt the day in Florence and Mist Edna Herkele wre Lelington Mundav. shopping. visitors in Kichmond Monday. MARCH 15H and 164 ) Mrs Elizabeth Dillon uf Stanford is Mrs. Mattte Frisbie has returned! the cuest of Miss Carrie Miller. home after n months stay in Danville, the guest ot Mrs. Mattie Price. Mrs. W. A. Spelth left Sunday for n Showing (he latest shapes visit to'fnends ard relatives in Louis Misses Jane and Mary Doty have re ville. turned home after pleasant visit to and styles. Miss Katherine Harris who was in Mrs. Alleen Smith of Danville. Iouiiville the past week, has returned You are cordially invited Miss Annie Margaret Elkin, of Lex (!) hoWie. ington, spent several days with her to visit my shop on .Miss Wove Harris of Danville spent father and sitter the past week. (!) Sunday with her titter, Mrs Rattle above dates. Mr. Will Kicc Amon of State Uni Anderson. versity spent the week-en- d with his Gregory of Ilendersonville parents. Dr. und Mrs. J. A. Amon. Mr. It. 1'. N. C was a visitor in Lancaster the Mesdames Saufley Hughes, K. E. past week. it: Henry, Helen Jlryant, J. C. Robinson Mrs. John Doner and baby of Nichol- - and Mrs. C S. liallew were in DanMRS. aavillc are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ville, Monday. Jack Adams. Misses Patsy Uoyston and Duncan Mist Marie Ilallard of Stanford spent Foster, two of Richmond's most charmbundav with her parents. Mr and Mrs ing young lailies. were visitors in our John ilallard. A. midst last Fridsy. Mr John Bogie of Glasgow is spendMiss Stella Sanders, who is taking a ing several days with hit wife and business course in Louisville, arrives children here. tomorruw for a visit to her parents, Iiut. Ector Lawson. of Camp Tay- Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sanders, lor it visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Kucker of Rich Mr. and Mrs. Alex Layton of Mc- William Lawson, mond ure stopping at the Gulley House Creary spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. Sam Harris of Louisville siient enroute to French Lick Springs, Ind , their daughter, .Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Saturday and Sunday with Judge and Mr. Kucker going there for his health Zanone. Mrs. K. W. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Chenault, and The many friends of Miss llettv M. Mr and Mrs I'owell Duncan of Nicho- - daughter. Nancy Woods, and Mr. and West will be glad lo know that she is lasville, were the guest last week of Mrs. Jep Chenault and baby, of Kich improving from a severe attack of Mr and Mrs Sam Ilatelden. mond, were guests Monday of Mr. and sciatic rheumatism. Mr and Mrs John liaughmau und son. Mrs. Jim Iturnside. Rev. Trosel, and Dr. Allen I'enick of of Danville, were the guests of Mr und Mr. und Mts. John Smith of White Nicholasville, motored ever and spent Mra Jim Durnside, Sunday. Oak, celebrated their 32nd anniversary a few hours recently with Mr. R. I , Mr and Mrs Henry Tuttle have re the 3rd of March at a delightful noon- Walker, who is making his home with day dinner, with a few friends and Mrs. W. O. Rlaiiey. 9 turned from a visit to her mother, .Mrs relatives present. W, M. Reynolds, of Coy. Ky. Mr. and Mrs W. M. Muhan leave in a few days for a protracted stay In the Mr. Charlie Adams left Monday They will visit Knoxville, South. , morning for Louisville where ho will be Atlanta anj points in Florida bfore stationed with Dr. Harrow's hopital their return to Kentucky, 'unit. hat a "Lizzie" elegant Innchenn last week in honor of Mrs. John Shackleford. of St. Louis and Mrs. Sam Kurtz, of San Diego. Cat. Those present besides the guests of honor were Mrs. Sam Huselden. Mrs Saufley Hughes, Mrs. J. A. Royston and Miss Tommie Francis. Miss Annie Katherine Arnold entertained last Saturday at a six o'clock dinner In honor of Misses Marv Emily Chenault and Mary Doty, of Rich-monThose present besides the gues's of honor were Misses Johnetta Farra, Laverne Dickerson, Elizabeth Giblu. Annie Belle Durnside; Messrs George Swinebroad, Hudson Frisbie, Todd Elliott. Fete Walker, ltowm.n Grant, William Walker und Walker Robinson. Friends of the family of Mr. and Mrr. will read with interest the following letter which the Record received a few days ago. The letter was written from St. John. Kansas, where Mr Speaks stopped for a few clays before going to their future homo in Colorado. "Editor of The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Dear Sir;- We arrived in St. John, together with my mother and family, on Teb. 27th. all O. K. We are well pleased with this country so far. Have hail a good rain since we arrived. Wheat prospects are very good from what most farmers say for an average crop. They had n good corn crop here last year, and are now thru gathering. The corn is gathered from the stalk in the field and then shelled on the farm before being marketed, and is worth at present $1.70 per bushel. The principal crops here are mostly wheat and corn. They raise some hogs and cattle but not so much as in Ky, as there is very little grass land here which accounts for not not being bo much stock raised. Land is worth from fifty to one hundred dollars per acre. The principal hay crop is alfalfa. There are nice modern homes here with splendid buildings. Farm labor is scarce, this perhaps on account of war situation as the people hern are very loyal to the cause of war.. We aim to leave here next week for Strasburg, Colo, where we hope-tmake our future home. Will you kindly send the RECORD to. that piece as we will bo anxious to get it regularly. We are enjoying good health so far. Wishing you and all my friends the best of luck. Yours truly, J. W. Speaks, Strasburg, Colorado, 1 J. W. Speaks $ Bella Francis 1 r m I KL TO AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR Miss Marv Emily Chenault ond Miss! Maiv Doty of Richmond, spent the week-enwith Miss Annie Katherine Arinld. ) Spring Viillinerj) THE SALE OF WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS 'Misses Florence Johnson, Mavtie Stormea Dunn and Edna L'erkele of State University, spent several days with home folks. Lizzie Foley and Mr Charley Morris were the pleasant guest lust Sunday, of Miss liirtie ami Ollie Med-da- . Mr Marria Is to leave for Training Camp, soon. Mies Mr Harry Ilruwn, son of Mr and Mrs of Farmdale, Ky., was seriously burned by gasoline, last Sat- urduy, while working with a gasoline His many friends here hope for j tank. him a speedy recovery. R S. llrown j THE RED CROSS NURSES OFEUROPE ARE CtVING TOASTED CIGARETTES TO THE BOYS To anyone who doesn't know of tho wonderful advances that havo been mado In tho preparation of smoking tobaccos in the last few years It may sound strange to epcali of toasted cigarettes. Strictly speaking, wo should say dea-rcttmade of toasted tobacco; thesmok-cr- s of this country will recognize It more readily by Its trade name. "LUCKY sjiuiui tne toasted cigarette. The American Tobacco Company ara producing millions of these toasted cigai rettes and these are being bought In enormous quantities through the various tobacco funds conducted by the newspapers of tho country and forwarded through the Red Cross Society to the boys In France. This new process of treating tobacco pot only Improves the flavor of the tobacco but It seals In this flavor and sukxs the cigarettes keep better. The Red Cross nurse ts always elad to nave a cigarette for the wounded soldier.! Displavj Friday X? 8 A. I I All who have not already !om no, will please procure a supply of War Saving Stumps und Thrift Stump. War Savings Cards and Thrift Cardi from their Hanker at onco ami place same on sale. We are Informed by the Treasury Department that Kentucky is at the bottom of the lint of Stales in the title of these Stamps. Let Garrard county and every ptriotic citlwn of Garrard county, do his part to redeem the fair name of Kentucky, and help win the war. Urge every customer, who Ii able to do so, to buy the limit: Urge all other tn buy to the limit of their $1000.00 of stamps. ability, and to keep on buying. If they can not buy Saving Slumps, inUt that they buy Thrift'Stamp. Get your report card Into the mail Saturday, March 2nd,show-Iri- r e all sales un to that date. Ileglnnlng Thuraday, March 7th,-wwill publiih In the Central ltecord, a rport showing tho sales of ich agent m the county. Ufa tea who will head the litt. ll V. IIAST1N. Chm. Garrard County War Savings Com. Saturday 15-1- VLcb. 6 Mrs. W. C. McElhannon und bright little daughter, Willie Francis, of Atlanta, Ga., ure the guests of tjer mother, Mrs. Mary F. Jones. Mr. Claud G. Conn and sisters. Misses Maud and Minnie spent sev eral days last week with their aunt. Mist Virginia Conn at Wilmore. Little Miss Katherine Morgan en tertained at a delightful party Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 6, at her home on Richmond St. A number of her little schoolmates enjoyed her hospitality. Delightful Icet and cakes were served. An Invitation is cx tenden to all to in spect my line. tUISS i MINNIE BROWN Mr. and Mrs. Llge Ford are rejoicing over u bouncing baby boy who arrived at their home last Monday. The young democrat has been christened James Klnnsird, In honor of his proud grandfather, Dr. J. II. Klnnalrd. Misses Fatsv Rotson and Itettv IW. ry are visiting Miss Uernice Champ. In Lancaster'.... Messrs Wesley Simpson ana freeman Davit of Lancaster m.-- nf Tuesday here ...Mrs Marv CnUv aiu.ni several days this week with her sister In Lancaster Richmond Register. Miss Jessie Ileagle, of Georgetown, hat been the attractive guest during thepstt week of Miss Carrie Belle Romans, on Richmond ttreet. Mlts Ileagle haa many friends here especially among the younger set. who aru al. ways charmed with her vitita and onlv wish they could be more frequent. Mrt. Ed C. Gainet wat hottets at an Tho Central Record, Thursday, Men 14 1918. SEINE NOW RESTORED TO FORMER USEFULNESS Kentuckians who delight In donning rubbtr costume ami venturing Into th running streams of the State for th purpose of swooping down on the in' nocent fishes can do o to their heaits bill content under the provisions of which passed the House of Represent lives last week liy n vote of 75 to 8, The use of seines and hoop nets with a two-incmesh is permitted In all o the inland navigable streams under th provisions of the bill, while similar de vices with ft mesh one and one-hainches is permitted In all of the border streams of the atate. Ihe bill pro hibits the catching of fish except for personal use, and any person caught fishing for commercial purpjes Is sub ject to a fine to br fixed by the court or jury before whom or which the trial As orlgl is held, not to exceed $50. nally drawn the bill provided that nou residents of the State should have the same privileges as residents by paving a license ot $5.25 to the Clerk of the county in which tho fishing or seining was to be done, but this clause was stricken out and nonresidents will not be allon'ed to invade either the inland waters or the border streams on the Kentucky shore. tilntlllllllMIMIIItlMMMltMMtlll!MniMlTtHHIMMlltf-- j Welsh & Wiseman Co. ANNOUNCE THEIR It Is n relief to have the hurlon nf ettrnimgnnce In clothed put orir on thp men. Women's shoulders hare borne It for two centuries. Now, let the men do the work of every woman Imru her economy. answer reailj when she Is accused of citrnrngancp aiil wnste In the clinnK-In- s of fvhlons nnd the IiujIiij of new It Notice Bids Wanted Bids will be received bv ih fWl of Garrard County, Ai'ltIL Jnd. 1918 lor repairing the following TURNPIKES IN GARRARD COUNTY, KY -- Jolhe. ADVANCE SHOWING OF NewestSpring Fashions IN Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses Waists, Skirts, Sweaters, Shoes and WHERE THE ALLIED LOANS GO. More people than you would believe MILLINERY Correct Spring Footwear It It are under the impression that the mon ey which Uncle Sam is lending to the Allies leaves America for expenditure in Europe and other foreign countries, Smart Women are making our Store their FashThis is a mistaken idea. Virtually all of it Is expended right is here they get quality ion Rendezvous for Shoes. here at home for American produced goods, munitions, and food rtuiTs. is here where they can extravagance. without Since the declaration of war against purchase stylish, snug-fittin- g Shoes that will enGermany on April C. 1917. Congress hat authorized the lending of 10.000,000- hance the beauty of that Easter Suit or Dress. 000 to the Allies, to be paid over before July 1, 1'JIS. Up to November 1st the All sizes, all styles and all colors, at sane, sensiAllies had received advances aggregating $3,091,400,000. They had expended ble prices. In America for supplies $,753,910,000, and had remaining to their credit in In the United States treasury a balance of $932,500,000. From April to November the Allies had been borrowing from Uncle Sam at the rate of approximately $500,000, 000 a rnonth. And they had been spending it with us almost as rapidly as they got It. So the money you put in Liberty 1 1 41 I Rands in the two preceding campaigns has been trickling back tnrough Ihe channels of commerce in an uninterruped stream. What the Allies are r.ot Refining of Metals. spending is beirg scattered by Uncle A smelting and relliiin; company Sam, who is confronted with the task handles nearly all metuU excepting of supplying and caring for a develop-in- Iron In producing bruse.s, bearing met' nls, solders, type metals, etc, using army of nearly 2.000.000 men. War Saving Stamps and And an It will continue as long as the copper, tin, lead, zinc, nntlmony, uluml-nunickel, manganese bronze, phoswar lasts. The men afield must be sup TO STOP THE WAR phor copper and tin and hUmuth. The plied with munitions, clothing and food. dally production Includes 40 miles of Every line of American endeavor will wire solder, 100,000 pounds of brass Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. profit. The larger the bond sales, tre Ingots, 50,000 iounds of babbitt and greater the growth of thi Allied irmies three tulles of lead pipe. The refining and their requirement; tbe more Vnch day aggregate 40,000 pounds of the expenditures. coptier, :t0,U00 pounds of zinc, and SO,-0pounds of lead. Every dollar you put Into Libel ty OF LANCASTER, KY. Uonus Is an added stimulus toAmerican 11. P. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER. Vic l'rest. Industry and American prosperity. W. n. F.igney. Ass't Cash'r. r. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Joe J. Walker. Jr., Book-Kee- p Resides making more and more cerW. P. CHAMP. Cashier. tain the defeat of the Kaiser's ambiOF THE tion to rule the world with his mailed ON ROLL OF HONOR. fist. J WELSH & WISEMAN CO. Hi tti HlttHtMIIMIIIItUHHIIIIIIIIHIHIMIIIIIIHIIMI ) Here Is Something You Con Do IBuy Citizens National Bank Citizens National Bank or LANCASTER. KY., AT TIIK Close of Business, March UfcSOUItCKS. REPORT OF THE CONDITION MTIONflf (No. BANK, 4, 1918 M OF LANC.tSTKK. KY. AT TiiBClosB of Business, Met Lo-t- it 4 Luacureu in U. H Hoodadioltvd to avcurt? cir uulatiuu(ar ralnot W,Uiu 00 1918 U.d. Bund Mudrrrtlrlct Ol lIHltJIitflllt' owned ... t,0(O aud UUtdrdg-fImhu HuudK. u t cirut atd MH ( 4 imt cent Batik. (' Sto k u( rai vr ttl aljeritliii) Valu of banktu Imiuo Lawful rvovrte wltli Fvdural pttwrtjr Loaua aud dUiuuutt Uverdraftsi.ktircured I. Ii7.tll 27,41 tC Mi M l.lbrty Iui.u ttouUi), uuii)-dfii'i pvr cvnt mi it i iwrct-u- t I ,1M ui that V. ti, Uud (not iifludtug crock) OHiivd uu On nJrttfu. uccurvUI I'uoecured .,..,$ V. H. Itoihl dtl0liii tfi renru eir. Vttlusj) U;mQ 00 cuUtiuu uj1l.couiiU. KKSOl'lUJKS. $131,911 W jm.Wl iir c.t HI MWrm FFTirajll 1 Caib lu tautt aud itvt ainouuta dua frotn iiitliiual iMiika Net ainkdue fmm iMiukaaiid batik- tftt 81(1 plditd rra. aUtt trut comatifa otttrf SUH'tt ol Kedvml fcauk (10 tban lnclndvd ! item a It. ll A i r cent o( iulicrltiuu) L'brcka on ntlicr bank a fu the aapi JJaukliitr-aiOValue of . t,M) CO citr or toii a r?i.riinit buk tUmm. I.WJ0 W ttiltifr tlmn Item t?i lawful with Krdsjr Total if ltrmt 14. IS. 16. 17 al Iteatrvs tlatiik . . . and Vi fiiA.ut IJ J!mh In vault and Kdruittoufiiiid with IT. H, Irt-a- . Hiiiuiintidu(ruui nation- urtrr ana uue irom uraiurvr ol U4nk ...... 27S.709 33 t.WW 00 orrtf Malik . rtte '( NelaiiiUduefruin bankiaud buk ", aud trim rumpauli-- inker thall Include., hi Jtemt U, II A 1) riitt'lffit) Iiiuk located out uf rltjr or towu utre IxjrtltiK tank aud o th sir Treat-ure- Total 6,347 A3 ciu Item r (!! tat ion Fuud with V. 8. nud du from V. H, Trent, Total 57 Is&uO 03 00 nuri'iuiiuuu S.flH'i 21 Uiillvklf4 prutlta. 1.014 61 urvat aud taxa nald for Tate accruvd Amouut .il lu. LIABILITIES. V),000 00 nv.wu w Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decldo on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built of the host pontiblo material the Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory tervice for the longott teriod of years. There is no secret la the notedly long Itfu of the Columbus wagon. It Is the result of the methods employed in construction. There ia no wood In this wagon which has not b?rn d under shelter from one to two years. The axloo anj tho t.Lcs of the wheels are hickory; the bounds, bolsters anil candboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is straight grained f.a . 'c. J inc. These aro juit a few examples of the caro which Is ta'--ui to male thU wagon as reliable as pouible. The result is that tho Columbus wac"i is uiioats.blo In reliability and endurance. Come la nud e taim. u for you.S'l . We know you will ba pleased. LIAMLITIICS 431 13 ... CludadluXtorUil Capital stuck (aid lu . 1.10b ll V I no.000 00 Total of ItauiaJ aud M Hurnluifuud KU.0U0 00 Indlridualdvuoaita ublcl Undivided pruflu. lli.l.Vi74 toebvek ..1M105 tw tu eurreut tup? i Crtlfld checks (hi7 70 aud taxt tald Total demaud X.JM7 Vtt Amount reserved (or taiea accrued tbanbauk djoalti) object ft . 7. rirciilatluv Notea onUtmdlns Kcaervf. Items SI, .. liti.m U Net amount du to Natluual batiks 11,771 iS A.3M.40and1l Cvrtlflcatea of depolt (other ludMdualdepoluuLjci 4.U0 10 407,874 money borrowed. .... 7 to check. than for . V77 Total of ttm dtDOalta. tub Cirtiritd Clitck-- -. led41to Kaservc, Items 4i. Total . tVl7.iW W ILK 00 aud 4V U, U.m m Total BTiiior KiHTt'CtY.CouKTYorOinaAaD.iai I. 0. O. lux nr. Caihltr of th above Btati of KiwTi'tny. County or (Iakbaku, as i bank, do oltmuljr awcar that cb abort named 1, W. F.Champ. Cashier of tha a bora named tUtemvM ft trua to tb bit of vuj kaowladgt bank, do solemnly swear that tht a bora slat B.C. audUlUl. kuowledfv and meutlatruvtothw Caiblrr. W. '. ( bamu, Cibler belief. Bobicrlbed qd iworn to befort m tbli 13 tb Aubaerlted and sworu to before tralnlilith, W,r( Champ. dajOlWcblSlS. dayolMcU 1SU. Kottrr ralllc. . C. Denny, Notary public. My CoDnnlMloatxpIr)i Jaa Uy Commission Kiplres Jauuary 14, 1WU, COtRICT-AttCitJ CoaaiCT Attest i Lcwia L. Walk ) J. E.STotui. J W. M. Klliott. Directors. DlrKtori. J.J.Wiuii. ) n. r hid io AL1X K. UlUMr.l ro.ooO iMrculatliiK Nit otittaudlUK Net amouut duuto National liauka I3 Nrtauitduv ti bauka, baiikvraaud trout roiutiaulva (otltvr than lu- I.7 WM t Oil U lrtt ue, deioi. Uky, ltofiny Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. for the y.ar ending December 1st, 1918 Quarries will be furnished by the county on sections where county owns qusrries, where none Is owned by the county, contrsclor must furnlfh mine. fcald metal shall lie broken sufficiently The extraordinary success of the Spanish movement In clothes In New fine to psss through a two Inch ring at York, which has come about from the Its greatest dismster. Said metal shall since and the new dances, uctentu-nte- s be spresd by contractor between the draping of tho figure on tho OCTOBER ISlh ind DECEMBER lit. bins. It will be Interesting to see whether unless otherwise ordered by county one silhouette has n marled victory over the other, or whether the battle road engineer havlnc charra nf wnrL. between tho two becomes a stalemate The bresklng, messuring and spreading throughout the spring and summer. 01 asm metsi shall be under supervision Today tho draped figure Is on the of county rosd engineer. Said turnpikes are laid oh In offensive. The straight silhouette Is making a good defensive. AU of as follows District No. 1 See-lio- n which Is excellent for the people who No. 1, New Danville pike to Dix sell clothes. ltlver with rods of rock. There Is little possibility that our Section No. 3. Sugar Creek pike with clothes will flare, but there Is no probrods of rock. ability that they will be attenuated. A scarcity of wool does not mean a scarcSection No. 4. lluektn nil. ity of other fabrics. Lancaster to McCrearv with rn.li nf There Is no evidence of a shortage In tho common weaves of slfk, sutln. rock. crew nnd Jersey, and the early spring Section No. 5. OMUDainille pike to models shown by the New York shops llruce'a bridge with roils of rock. for tho southern season, emtxnly Wwv Section No. 6. Crab Orchanl pike to materials In clothes that cling to the Gilberts Creek bridge with figure, but are scanty. rods of The materials chocn for the new rock. spring conns are admirable adjuncts Section No. 7. Prom Gilberts Creek of the new moteinent. Crepe de chine bridge to Lincoln county line with uml tussuh nre In the leud. whereas satin Is Homenhnt shelved for every roils of rock. thing but evening gowns. Section No. 9. Richmond pike from The Canteen Coat Lancaster to HvatUville with rods of It was not poKlhU fur American rock. fashions to avoid the military Intlu Section No. It). Prom Hyatlsvlll to ence, although there was prtnnure rods of rock. against It here as In Prance. Old and Pairvlew church with hnlf forgotten wars gnve the designers Section No. II. IWilllouie pike liiKplnitloH, but the present war was rods of rock. too ltal to Influence dress at this District No. 2. Section No. .1. ilry. hour. However, there lire cvrtaln garments sntsville and Sugar Creek pike with Hint have been tuken up by women nnd rods of rock. put Into high fashion, which nre ills' Section No. t. llrynntiville snd Lane tlurtly drawn from the bnttlefront In Run pike with rods of rock. Prance. Ono Is the swinging cape and Section No 5. Iluena Vistn and Ken wrapped turban of horizon blue cloth tuckv liver pike with ro.li of rock. ... ...... ...... I I. .1... Section No. C. Prom C. K. Poind. x. reaches nearly to the knees and I worn on the street; and a third nnd Utt shop to I, M, Dunn's gate with this Is the most donilniint fashion Is rods of rock. the new canteen cont. Section No. 7. Polly Bend pike with This call only lie worn by members rods of rock. of the lied Ctokk, but who Is there In Section No. 8. Dellrich pike with this country today who hasn't the right rods of rock. District No. 3. Section No. 1. Buck. eye pike from UcCreiry to Buckeye oiuce wun rods of rock. Section No. 2. Buckeve Buckeye Post t)Hce to Kentucky river un rods of rock. Section No. 3. Poor Rldee nil., frnm Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school house with rods of rock. Section No. I. Poor Rldee nlke fmm Pleasant Hill school houie to k'enfio-kriver with rods of rock. Section No. S. Kirksville nll fYm HyatUvllle to top of West Hill with rods or rock. Section No. fi. Prom ton nf W..i Hill to Madison County line with rous oi rocK. Section No. 7. Teatersvllleand ltr.,1 shaw Mill pike from Teatersvllle to Paint l.lck creek with rods of rock. Section No. 8. Prom Klikarlll. i.a- to Nina with rods of rock. District No. I. Section No. I. V.I,. view rhurch to Paint Lick station vlih rods of rock. Section No. 2. Prom ilraiM- - tll..,.- on Richmond pike to Cartersvllle with rods of gravel. Section No. 3. Pall Lick nil. frnm Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate wun rous or rock. Section No. 4. Prom Plmore'a to end of pike with rods of rnelr nr gravel. Section fo. C, Liwell and Gllliipie like with rods of rock or gravel. This smart frock of blue Jersey silk Section No C. Paint Lick ami While la made like a medieval tunic dropped over a narrow skirt of seal brown vet. Lick plko with rods of gravel. vet. The tunlo opens on one side to Section No. 7. Point Leuvell and The embroidery Is blue, Gooch pike show skirt. with rods of rock. gold and brown. The upper portion of Section No. 8. Walker Lane nike the sleeve Is of the seal velvet with rods of gravel. te place u small or large Croix Ilougo The bids will be on sectluns but bid. somewhere on tho costume The lust der will not be restricted to'one section. drive caught almost everyone In Its Said bids shall be sealed and a bond mesh. This coat 1ms been designed by u will be required tor double the amount Plfth avenue dressmaker. It Is of dark of the bid and said bond shall be apblue cloth. It laps over ho broadly In proved by the fiscal court, and said bid front that one has a strong suspicion der will present with his bid the name that there are bloomers beneuth In- of ins proposed surety or sureties. The stead of u skirt. bidding shall be tier r,l of fS ruble Tbe Immense ocketg are well below feet and contractor will be required to the hips. The revers fall back or lap comply with his contract otherwise his over nnd fasten for wanuth. Ou the bond will be declared forfeited. All cuff, and on the high turnover collar, Is the red symbol placed oa a square bids must be filed with the Countv of horizon blue cloth. The cap, which Judge on or before April 1st, 1918. The Is shaped somewhat llkd that of tbe nscai court reserves the right to reject Belgian officers, has tho symbolic em- any and all bids. blem la front W. A. DOTY, (Copyright, UU. br th. McClure N.ws-pi- r County Road Engineer 8niUcats.) Season of Clinging Clothes. Of one thing we ore nil certain! that our clothes wilt clliiK to the Of another thine we arc not quite certain: that the silhouette will he stralxht. The tendency toward wrapped gowns nud towurd tho oriental tuotemeut of fabric nrouml the body Is too strone nnd ImiNirtuut to Im ovcrlOikcil. It Is quite protiablo that tho deslRiiers will offer It as a means nf muling the Ktrnlfht silhouette look out of fuh-Io- f. 1 I The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 14. 1918. DISK HARROW IS CULTIVATOR 7 . PAINT LICK mother 1 Implement Hit No Rival In Cutting Up Plowed Sod Without Lifting It It Handy Tool. The. dink hnrrow I more rropcrly cultivator tlinn n linrrow. It does not give Hip combing effect of either the spring lootli or tin- - (wg. Its no tlon Is better described at n cutting up of the roll n one woutil dn It with Mr. V. It. Cornn visited hit In Cotbin recently. CARDS.l xn Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hot! will leave for Hot Springs, I knives. Hut by throning the dlk bars SPRING MILLINERY At our Opening of Spring Millinery will be shown the latest shapes and styles, and among these will be the very latest novelties in Messrs E. I Woods and Hoy Eatriilge were in I.exington, Wednesday. Messrs O. II. Hendren and It. Wooda were in Stanford. Monday. Mr. and Mra. J. t). Hurch-- ll (!. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rsiney's Livery Stable. Lancaster. Kentuckv veiled this hi mother in Jessamine Week. county Disk Harrow. nt nn uncle In the drnft so as to make the dlk rut nnnlevrUe, n tort of light plowing or turning of the roll l effected, which Is vrrjr advantageous for harrowing In grain which linn hern noun broadcast hy homl. Nowadays, however, hand broadcast-In- s of grain l not common enough to lend value to this uc of the disk. The dink doe good work In rough laud, nd In thin connection mcetK n demand which neither the wg nor the spring rnn as fully sotlffy. The disk harrow him no rlvnl In cutting up n plowed rod Mllltfiut lifting It, ami n It run he set to do practically everything any ntlier borrow- - can do. la a splendid cultivating tool. HIGH VALUE OF GOOD ROADS Within Fisk and Gage Models Mr. II. F. Uav of Here wat the guest of Thos. Logsdon and family. Monday. Miss Annie llelle Ballard of Lancas ter, it the gjest of her sinter, Mrr. J. G. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Wynn went to Lancaster Monday and attended the lecture given by Lieut. Pengood. Mrs. Uobt. J. Walker and Mist Utile Denny spent Monday and Tuesday in Lancaster the guest of relatives. The Ited Cross Chapter meeta next Tuesday with Mrs. F. II. Smith The meeting Tuesday with Mrs. Woods Walker was quite pleasant and many compresses folded. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National liank. Residence t'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTER. KY. M. J. PATRICK, Dcsntist. Kentucky. Paiut Lick. Friday and Saturday March 15 and 16 PLAN OUTLINED FOR MARKETING PRODUCE Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Much Time of Farmer and Labor of Horses Wasted by the John M. McRoberts. Present Farm Practice. to Bay how many thousand dollars' worth of time of men and horses Is wasted every year by the present plan of Lining each In' dlvldunl fanner go to town with a few vegetables, chickens, eggs or n pound How much better or ho of butter. Is the plan adopted some time ago hy one neighborhood to which we have called attention: One lu.wi was cm ployed to act as market agent for the intlre group, going to the market town. fay on Tuesdays, Thursdays und Sat' unlays, nnd selling for a cominlsloii of 15 per cent. Three collecting stn' tloni were named (at farmers' homes), one say thxeV miles, one six miles, and one nine miles from the market town, To these collecting stations the neigh' bors sent on Slondny, Wednesday and Friday evenings whatever stuff they to tell for wished their market-mathem. Thus one man did the work of many; n regular line of customer was built up: the market man knew- - what prices were right and got them, and there are other obvious advantages. The Progressive Former. Is Impossible It J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-- Not Two Yean $1,000,000 Will Be Spent In Hawaii In Con. atructlng Highway. BUCKEYE, KY. Hawaii la awakening to the value of good road. Within the next two years Honolulu "III spend $UU" In road tiultdlng In the Mi ml of Onhu. Concrete villi he extensively used In the work at the Hawaiian tint learned the value of icrmanciit construction. Annw-Ico- n engineers are largely rcionlble for the character of road hulldlng In the territory and for the good streets of the city of Honolulu. Of the latter there are 11 inlli-- within the city proper and. altogether, 474 In the county. Honolulu now bs an arrangement with the territorial government where-h- y $.TnO,OUO a year that city for the construction of streets nnd There la taMl.tim for tnnlntenancc. In the latter figure a lesson for Texas road hulldert who have n tendency to exhaust all road fund on contraction leaving nothing for maintenance. ESTIMATE VALUE OF PASTURE Ob- ROSEL'S Shop For Women Opposite Court House N W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Hours a.m. KENTUCKY. p.m. 7:30-9p.- Office over Stormes Drug Store. -4 Danville, Ky. TREES Now is the time to plant your Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable CARTERS VlLLE. Mr. J. T. Allen continues very ill. Misi Eva Mrrrvman visited home folks last Saturday and Sunday. Mrt. Adjle Davit visited relatives at I'aint Lick and Lowell last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis and children visited Mra. Susie Itentro last Sunday. .Mrs. Susie Kenfro visited Mrt. Eliza Creech of Wallaceton last Sunday nluht. Mra. Lilly Crutrher and Mr and Mrs. Arnold llryant visited Mrs. Eliza Conn last Sunday. Mr. and Mra. DIulTard Jennings visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen last Sunday. At Much a $10 an Acre Can De tained In a Season From Good Land J5 It Average. Somebody wunls to know the value A reper teuton of patture land. turn at high at f 10 an acre ran he obtained In n season from good pan-lur- e Intnl. hut thl Is nhove the nvcr-ng- e. It hat been shown possible to prmlure value In dairy product nnd of $.1 to $.YS0 an acre In .10 days, beef but thl ihoirid not be counted on too roulldently. A rental value of really good pasture 11 $.1 u smson If restrict-tlo- n la put upon the length of season, or number of cattle. OILING OF MUCH IMPORTANCE Lack of Lubrication on Some or Bear. Ingt of Machine Will Caute DamageNo Excuse for NeglecL More damage rnn he done to a machine In Imlf on hour through lack of oil or RU'DM- - on some bearlnga than by eximsure to the n whole weather, the specialists declare, for thin fort of neglect there can lie no flCUM'. HAY STACK ROOF IS MOVABLE Politics of the Future. Some day a political genius will an' Covering Arranged In Such Manner That It Can Be Raited or LowBounce that he covets the votes of the etc., is free upon inquiry. ered at Detlred. worst class of people; and the bored Flour in sacks, kiln dried corn nnd electorate will arise Write for free Catalogue. No AgtB, in sncks. response to a query for n hay-she- d meal In with n mighty shout nnd elect hlra roof that can be raised or lowHudson, Hughes & Fnriiau. to office unanimously, Sioux City & Sons. ered a writer In The Farmer makes Journal. Mrs. Susie Green has returned home the following reply: Lexington, Kentucky. "We have two of them 10 feet from two weeks visit with her aunt, Airplane Developed by War. squnre, and they aro perfectly satisMrs. S. M. Davis of Madison County. When the'' war began the highest factory. The roof must be made so as Mr. and Mrs. T. T. t'ennlngton and type of nlrplane could not be depend' oil upon to dn much more than DO miles children visited her parents, Mr. and war Mra. C. S. Hoop last Saturday and an hour. Todiiy the speedierIn long planes make 120 miles an hour Sunday. nights. Where the best machines for Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jennings who merly cnrrled two men, or their equtvo have been in Danville III. for sometime lent In weight, the larger machines of I have leturned to make their home here llii- present will safely carry n ton or $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs cargo. for fall planting -- POSTPAID-foronly and we ar glad to welcome them back more of $1.00. Write for particulsrsandFREK FALL FLOWER HOOK, which tells what to plant, how- - to plant and when to plant. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gabbard visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C C. Wanton of Ilerea. recently. Fruitand Shade Trees Small Fruits, Shrubs. Grace, Evergreens, Asparagus, Seed Potatoes, Strawberries, H.F.Hillenmeyer Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting EMI OUR WONDERFUL SHOWING OF SINGER, THE FLORIST ousefurnislilg, Goods i ROUTE, P. HARRODSBURG, KY. iJlCBt. Removable Roof. to admit the posts nt the corners, as In tho cut. The poles .hould be cut feet long end set In the about ground about four feet, leaving 18 feet above the ground. Holes should be bored In the posts a foot upurt us high us the roof should go, und then one can rulse the roof as high as he wunts It. Of course, there Is no ut.e In having It any higher than one can pitch the hay, but the roof must be raised up high enough to work under while putting In the hay. When rais-- 1 lug or lowering, Iron pins are placed lu the holes to hold the roof. We buret! one Inch holes. The posts should be quite heavy, say about nine Inches at the butt. We use a tackle to raise ours, one corner at a time, und keep going around until It Is as high as one wants It. FACTORS FOR HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE1. CALF Young Good NEEDS GOOD STABLING of Animal Demance Plenty Feed, Water and Milk Variety la Beneficial. The full calf demnnda 'fond It demnndii plenty of good feed nnd plenty of water and milk. Thero innii l tiroiniitne und attention, and tho calf feeder mut be In sympathy ly with hit ihnrge nnd be remiy I" variety whenever It ran be bud. IS 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. Wc are showini! n gtent many beautiful Maho nny und Golden Oak Dressers, any one of which can be used in the making up of n combination suite. Our prices on these dressers are extremely low considering their high quality. If you are interested in a matched suite, vou will find our floors well represented with some very attractive Period Suites such es "William and Mary," "Adorn" and tho "Queen Ann" finished in a beautiful rich dark brown Mahogany, Walnut or old Ivory. These suites are very attractively priced from ' j RICHEST OF FERTILIZERS Hog, Sheep and Chicken Manurea Aro Most ValuaDie uecause oi concentrated Feed They Eat. fertilizing standpoint. tin-r- e hog, sheep and lien manure are tho vt.lnul.ln lieenllho of the large proportion of concentrated food fed to such stock, ny ine same reuon.i. stall-fecattle produce the richest dung for fertilizer. i ' SELECT EGGS FOR SHIPPING Our Rug and Floor Cover ing Department is well represented with some of the most beautiful patterns that we have shown FERTILE SOIL $100.00 on up to $250.00 according to the number of pieces nnd quality. It will pay you to visit our store and see the quality of these suites offered at thes extremely low prices. Mutt Be Sweet, Not Acid, and Well Supplied With Organic Matter to Produce Big Cropt. A fertile soil must be sweet, not acid, and well supplied with organic mat- ler and humus. It must have a suitable texture and tilth a favorable environment for the plant roots. The soil mutt be aerated and have a sufficient supply of soil moisture, which Includes proper tillage, Irrigation and drainage. All of these fuctors and others mutt be associated la a systematic plan of soil management In order that the land may be fertile and .produce large crops. Avoid Thoto of Thin Sheila, Unutually Long or Irregular in onape Wrap In Paper. In elertlni; eeirt for shipping by d and unutually long mall, or Irregular shaped eggt snouiu uv uvotded. Each egg thould be wrapped In sufficient raper hold " "uK,lr ,n lit own individual compartment lu the Sapp-Slat- on SUCCESSORS TO A. -- Furniture FURNITURE CO. Co. i WHEELER Danville's Largest DANVILLE, furniture and Rug Store. KENTUCKY. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three vears 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 oar lands for tile purpose of hunting. AncV 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 burins or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person Bclec'ed by us. This November ISth, 1915. S. U Elkin, J. E. Robinsor; W. II. Ilrown, Ino. M. Farra, W. B. Burton, Alex. Walker, T. A. Elkin, ilasclden Bros., F. il. Tinder, J. II. Dulton, Logan Hubble. John II. Smith, G. M. Deshon. J. N. Ross, II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes Bros, J. W, Sweeney. W. M. Mahan, Withers Bros. William, Marcus and Jim White. 11. F. Wllmot, J. U. I'ope, Mrs. Oavld'Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J, iV. Elrnore, Huffman Bros, T. C. Rankin. Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Henry. Jno. M. White, It. Bright Herring. A. D. Bradshaw, Scott Huffman il. L. Barker. Wm. and Liztie Onitott. a cvuiuutr. The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 14 1918. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Stunning1 Variations of the New Slender Silhoutte Off ered D WANTED: COO tf. locust posts at once. A. II. Ilastln and Son. For Rent Farm of 5 acres with good residence, located near Itammack, Ky. Solon lllack. Hull Plymouth Rock eggs for sale, 75cts nt setting of 15. Mrs Jack Adams. LOST: Insurance naner on home and two deeds, bearing the name of achariah Leavell. Return to lluss Leavell. For Ssle Lot and five acres of Isnd Lexington street. Suitable for residence. 3t) Walton Moss. FOR SALE The John Nelson nron- ertv opposite Milton Mahan. a bariraln. payments easy, weekly or monthly .f II. C. Hamilton. jl"'"1, on Today. SS90 rjv Wttttts Vif fr W I 1 flu to r wiut " if i ii AT PUIILIC AUCTION-- 1 will olfer for sale on the square. Court Dsv. March 23lh, an Old Hickory wagon, in good shape, and will sell for the hloh dollar. Rav Hall. Single Comb Rhode Island Red eggs for sale, from prize winning strain. 75 cts per setting. Phone 40 J. .. i Mrs. I'- - W. ' ' A M:J cirr.ff mil; .....i.. LWarisfAf lllltm Lam.ll fill I. Ul This is our Spring Opening showing newest coats and suits for the women who wants something that is correct but individual. All are slender in effect but with smart differences in the details. can be especially sure or findtng this individuality in our showing of Wooltex exclusive tailored models. Tfou Cotton Seed Meal for snle. Hudson. Hughes &. Fornau. NOTICE will be In my ntlice Thursday. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday to meet my creditors and debtors, only. J. M. Acton. I these are the important spring styles. ore Poiret twill, Imperial serge, and tweeds. The wanted fabrics all-wool tendencies in tricotine, homespuns, SCHOOL TAX. Your schaol tax must be paid before April 1st, as there is no money in treasury to pay the teachers - C. OUI.LEV. Treasurer Note carefully the prices and youthfulness of the designs shown here. We believe that no where else can you find such a happy combination of youthful style, quality fabrics and SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED. reasonable prices as in Wooltex coats and suits. effect close Slenderness is the sought-fo- r fitting sleeves and narrow shoulders emphasis on long lines simple, but rich colors Remember that thousands of women throughout America buy Wooltex in order to get a coat or suit that will last much longer than one season and still look fresh and stylish. It is our pleasure to offer you a wide choice, today and all week, of these exceptional style and service values. MAKERS Cleveland NowYork. Our Scientifically Fitted Glasses made to Individual retirements uill jouthe clearest vision that Science can produce. J. J. IIYRNE. Optomltri.t Optician, at Kengirlan Hotel. March lSlh-3n- When you find this label In a coat or suit you know that both ourselves and the Wooltex tailors take full responsibility for your absolute satisfaction. This style mark stands for the kind of tailoring which retains the stunning lines and effects as long as the pure wool fabric lasts. FOR SALE A. B. Robertson Educational Association Month. & Bro. Davidson & Tomlinsan . Rout. Walker, Pt. Lick I'. O. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN. Modern 7 room dwelling, water, tights and bath, nice size lot; desirable lues lion. Priced right and good reason for selling. I). A. THOMAS REALTY CO. Lancaster, Ky. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. The Store That Sells Wooltex Coats and Suits. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. KENTUCKY To Met! John Deazley's Admr.. et al. Pills. VS. -- NOTICE. Clsrence Ilaazley, at al, Defta. Nolle is riven that IVmmli.l..... of the Garrard Circuit Court I will sit in my omce in Lancaster, Kentucky. l Gleat preparations are being nihde and it is hoped that (very in the ccuntv will attend the. meeting of Kentucky Educational Association the which meets in Louisville on April 21 --7. The program promises to he the most interesting one that this association has ever hail and our county Superintendent, Miss Jennie Higgins, is working hard to enlist every teacher ON in the county to attend. The railroads have promised them u low rate, the fare being one fare plus twenty-fiv- e cents. MCH General Hale, commander on chief, Camp Zacharv Taylor, has assured I will sell to the highest bidder the following real estute: at the secretary of this association that he will do everything in his iower to entertain them while at Cump Taylor, ONE BUILDING CONCRETE BLOCK BUSINESS and take pleasure in having escorts (a Lancaster, Kentucky, on the corner of Stanford and Buford streets, meet and show them every department of the camp, all of which should apfeet on a peal to tile teachers. The building is three stories high, Garage AT 240.00 Ncit PUBLIC AUCTION 23, Buy Liberty Bonds.Buy War War Savings Stamps pay 4 per cent, compound interest, compounded quar-terlSavings and Thrift Stamps and mature January 1st, 11)23. They can lie cashed any time, at any money order post olllce. by giving 10 days notice, and when so cashed earn S per cent interest. FOR SALE. Every Patriotic American Citizen I have twenty good, well broke mules owes it to his Country to go hii limit four to seven yearn old, ranging in at Inst years orlces, Hntch curly in the purchase of War Hating! and price from SI CO to $250, if you want layers for next winter. Stamp. $4742.75 own affairs and full restoration to her great role in the life of Europe and the modern world. The whole heart of the people of the United States is with the people of Russia in the attempt to free themselves forever from autocratic Government and become the masters of their own life. WOODROW WILSON." TUESDAY, MARCH 2ti. 1918. beglnninV at 9 o'clock A. M. o against the estate of John claims Deazley, deceased. All having claims against said John Ileazley'a es.' tate are notified to file same with me vended according to law. W. H. DROWN. M. C. G. C. C. Buy My Single Comb Brown Leghorn Eggs ERLE C. tfARRA, Thrift II. V. I1ASTIN. Chairman Garrard Co. War Savings Committee. W. II. liurton. ' GARRARD WILSON SENDS WORD CIRCUIT COURT. "'!L I) ox2!i JfH1"- - Ky SATURDAY, AT 2:30 O'CLOCK WAR SAVING STAMPS This property is now used us a garage at a splendid rental. Ijuge basement with concrete lloor. Building suituhle for any other HONOR ROLL. business, It has paid the owner a large per cent on their investment. The Uoy Scouta have jumped from The sale Is made on account of two of the owners having moved place week to first place this The property will third withlast to auother State and to close out the partnership. sales for the week of week, positively he sold on the premises at the time named, to the highest $1911.75. bidder. Terms easy. Don't fail to attend this sale or you may miss Sales Agents wereconsiderahly handicapped last week on account of short-ac- e a BARGAIN. For further particulars inquire of in the supply of stamps, but now lot 40x100 80x135 ft. Plenty of space for additional buildings Swinebroad, Estate The Real Man. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. the Post Office, Citizens National Iiank and the Garrard Dank and Trust Co., have a good supply. Sales for this all records. week ought to Sales to Saturday, March 9th, are as follows: Boy Scouts I1S41.75 Citizens National Dank 1434.25 E. P. Drown, Lin. P. 0 921.50 John ileazlev. et al. Plaintiffs, VS. -- NOTICE. Msttie Jane Deazley, vt al, Defts. OF HOPE TO RUSSIA. The undersigned as Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will President Wilson has sent a message rent the land aet out ill the petition at through the Congress of Soviets which the Court House Door in Lancaster, , is to pass judgment on the German-mad- e Ky,,on MONDAY. MARCH 25, 1918, peace accomplished by the bidder 1, at the meeting at Moscow. to the highestwitn gooduntil January be 1919. Dond security will The message pledges that the United required from the person renting the Mates will avail ittelf of every oppor land, payable to said Master Commistunity to aid them in driving out auto- - sioner, due January 1, 1919, and herrsracy and restoring Russia to Independ ing interest from date until paid. Said land ia in Garrard County, Ky., at nco. Hyattsville and known as the Mary Thu President messago follows: Deazley place and contains 13 acres. "May 1 not take advantage of W, II. DROWN. M. C. G. C. C. the meeting of the Congress of the 314 2t. Soviets' t u express the sincere sympathy which the people of the United States feel for the Russian GARRARD CIRCUIT (foURT.I people at this moment when thu German power has been thrust In T. W. Dalley'a Admr et al Piffs to interrupt and turn back the Va NOTICE. whole struggle for freedom and T. W. Dallev's widow tsL. Defts. substitute the wihs of Germany Notice Is given that afUo'mmlsKloner for the purpose of the people of of thi Carmrl f'rrnlt fVinrt I will .1. Russia? Although the Government in my office in Lancaster, Ky, on of the United States is, unhappily, TUESDAY, MARCH 26th. 1918.' not now in a position to render the beirlnnlnir at 9 nVlrwk A. M In .tIu direct and effective aid it would claims against th'o eatata of T, M. wish to render, I beg to assure the .I Dull.iV I. . ..!.... All people of Russia through the Conclaims against the aaid estate are gress that It will avail itself of every opportunity to secure for nouneu to nie ssine wiin me verified according to law. Russia once more complete sovereignty and Independence in her W. II. DROWN. M, C. G. C. C. untiling HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your husiness appreciated, will PI WILLIAMS