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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 21, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918032101_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 21, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY IICIITII YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 21. 1918. 3G GENEROUS. DAYLIGHT In the absence of Dr. J. M. Actnn, President Wilson Fixes Signature To Daywho has enlisted In the Medical Delight Saving Bill. partment of Army, Dr. J. li. Kinnaird has volunteered to serve as County President Wilson has signed the day Health Officer, the tmoluments of the office to be turned over to Mrs. Acton. light saving bill. It'puls all clocks forward an hour the lastSundayin March, and turns them back sgaln the last GOOD SALE. Sunday In October. People will rise, Capt. A. M. Hournc, who cried the transact days business, retire an hour sale of Mr. Fin llallard near l'rtach- - earlier but with the clock an hour fast ersvllle esteidsy reported that stock won't know the difference, yetwlll gain of every descriptio I so well. Corn In an hour daylight in the afternoon. countries ellectly crib, tH a bsrrel; shosts 23 cents a Twelve European plans practicable, pound; sows $36 to $51; milk cows $70; demonstrated and implements sold well and a good crowd advocated to save illuminants, coal increase for manufacturing production, on hand. and as result improved working con DR. KINNAIRD SELLS HOME. ditions and benefit to national health through devotion of additional hour of The beautiful home of Dr. J. II. daylight for recreation. Court, was purchased Kinnaird, on Hid this week by Mr. J. K. Dickeraon, the SWINEBROAD. price paid, being about $11,000. It Is understood that Dr. Kinnaird will build THE REAL ESTATE MAN, MAKES TWO another home In the near future and in BIG LAND SALES. connection with same a modern hospital. NUMBER SI. HE HrryrarrerarHrrtiJSfrSrEllTM 7Brr0rrHmir5jg(f5Jffl PLOWINC TIME HEADQUARTERS FOR S AmericanJFence ORIGINAL AND JGENUINE Get your plows and plow gear together. There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait ui.tll you are ready to hitch up. t We have what you need. Come and see. PUBLIC SALE. The public sale of all live stock and farming implements, belonging to J. J. and W, 1). Walker are to be sold next Thursday. March 28th. The recent sale of their farm necessitates the sale of their personalty, the advertisement of tvhich appears on another page of this issue. Conn O.L lor seed Brothers. IBB E3I LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. IE1 unci feed and number one timothy hay at (larrard Milling Co. Lime, sand, cement, brick, salt. Hudson Hughes & Fnrnnu. SECURES GOOD"HORSE. Mr. I'.olicrt Fox informs us that he has just secured American Chief, one d of the best combination stallions that ho haa ever owned and will mak the season at his home near Marksburv this vear. He has also purchased a very fine mule Jack, full des cription at.il pedigrees ot both will ap pear in this paper later. NO "CAMOUFLAGE" What doth It profit a man to plant a Criticism comes of the American solneighbor's Harden and lose It via his di"" in France that they are too anxious chickens? to fight. What else' could one expect when they were raised on a diet comCotton l inenl for sale. posed of three-fourth- s Jesse James and Hudson. Hughes &. Purnnn. Dob r'ltzsimmons? And come a time lefure long when The water wagon i fast becoming an there'll officers 'csn hold them even more opulir vehicle than the not even their back. automobile. He sells for Itobert E. Hughes of Louisville, Kentucky, to James I. Ham ilton a splendid farm near Lancaster, known as a part of the "Deazlsy farm" containing 178 acres for $35,000.00. And he sells to W. J. and U. O. Uroaddus. of this County 493 acres, near liryantaville in this county, for the sum of $61,732.60. This sale was made for Mr. Hamilton and is what Is kmmn as the C. C. Glass Farm". Swinebroad also recently sold for Mrs. liettle Scott of Vernon Texas, to Henry Arnold a small farm of 50 acres, adjoining Mr. Arnold, nenr the Richmond pike, for $3Gj0.00. It looks like that when any one wants to sell a farm that all they have to do is to put it in Swinebroad'a hands, and he will get it "Over the Plate." Wire Fence, Vulcan Plows Collars, Britchen, Hames. HASELDEN Lancaster, - BROS Kentucky EVERY SCHOOL In The Coanly Has boys' Agricultural Club 31 E DC "Camouflage" is a French slang The American people are perfectly Austria it teginiiing to Inquire what word for deception. The word became he la fighting for. Noba.lv knows but willing to live on "substitutes," if only those substitutes are made available. popular in the army. When a company the Kaiser anil he won't tell. As corn, however, as a substitute is hid beneath quantities ttt bushes or e suggested, the price of that article brush to confuse the enemy - that was Sec lis for tested seed corn When fixing a "camouflage emulates the airship. it Is too lute. The Ilyrne Optical Service is no might & Fnrnnu. price on wheat the government Hudson, Htmlies it has been tried and give great relief by also fixing prices "Camouflage" tested bv thousands of the leading on the substitutes. at this season of the j ear the Juit ' citizens of Garrard and adjoining coun threat of an IC famine hold as little Far many years J. J. Ilyrne, at Kengarlan Hotel, fmlne: great stress on the now we have laid t the reality of terror f21 rights and privileges Lancaster, ill this week. of the American citizen, forgetting or Oermanv'a plea that he i fighting ignoring the fact that with every right hypocrlti-tall- y A "KIDNAPING" SHEEP. for her exigence, although or privilege there Is also a duty. The made. i. coming to be the sober Mr. John Sutton has the distinction time has come when we must put our truth. full attention to these duties, and we of owning a sheep that has developed In juitice to Mr. Hoot It should be should be as conscientious in their dis- some peculiar characteristics that few remembered that he aald Hutia would charge as we nave been insistent in de- animals possess. For two years In succession she has kidnaped a lamb Only the "If" don't manding our rights and privileges. be all right I- ffrom another ewe, nourished It for materialue. several weeks and then giving birth to who aaya a woman can't The fellow two of her own and raiting all three to maturity. The motherly instinct of keep a lecret should trv to get hi real aecret of how ihe this sheep is commendable and so long wife to tell the landed him. as she doesn't tresspsss upon her neighbors llock, we see no reason to censure her for It. Flowers the season affords, ti. - JUST A FEW OF THE FARMS I County Agent, W. H. Rogers is the happiest rran in the county over the encouragement he is receiving from the teachers of the various schools in In the county in the organization of Hoys and Girls Agricultural club. He is having the support of the teachers, parents and the children, and Miss Higgins, the County Superintendent, informs us that every school in the county desires to be represented and predicts one of the largest agricultural Faira ever held in this section of the state, will be held here this fall. Mr. Itogers is doing a splendid work along this line and We are truly glad that he is receiving the support that he deserves from tht people genertlly over the county. Let the good work keep up and ever) body be a booster for the education of the boy and girl along these practical lines. New Meat Market We ore 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. Goods delivered. Phone, 199. BROWN E C& mi irii ESTES. W irJ VI. S. HATFIEfcD, jSe5nce376. Dentist PHONES "MAPLES" Beautiful Country Home Destroyed By Fire Abb WORK GUARANTEED. for Easter. Your order appreciated and delivered promptly. Billy Miller. Since the hen received her reprieve, ahe haa demonstrated what the female of the species can accomplish in a war on old II. C. U Mayor llylan. of New York says, William It. Hurat la loyal and patriotic Hut sometimes a man nteds to pray for deliverance from hl friends. complains that One congressman there Is not enough to do In Congress We suggest that he to keep him resign his office and help Hoover. Those German soldiers hunting for iha Ameriran sector in France doubt less had the aurcess of the boy bunting for a horneta' nest. They found It. The Colonel has been discharged frcm theh)spital, pronounced cured. Ills enemies are wondering If the cure Includes certain opinions and inclinations. Many a man who loudly proclaims himself In favor of measures that will work the greatest good to the greenest number, is also firmly convinced that No. 1 Is the greatest. The American Indian is the greatest real cstnto promoter among us. Every tract of lund the Government assigns tu him is at once so enhanced in value that everybody wants it. The profiteers who attempted to rob the Government and the officers of the army in the price of uniforms thould uriform, be given a chance to wear only it should be different from the product of their factories. Uncle Henry Watterson of Ihe Louis-vill- a Courier-Journawill doubtless asl sert that the recent display of the was providentially Northern Lights sent to light the "llohemollerns and Uapsburgs" further on their way to 1. h HAVE FOR SALE. CIRCUIT COURT NEWS. Circuit court which convened here on March 11th. Is still In session and will Fertile land 2 miles of small village, probably go on through the next week. The grand jury has only been in seslocated on good road. Good Improvements and priced worth the money. sion three days and have turned in only three Indictments. The following com1 i monwealth cases have been disposedof; Lewis Faulkner, charged with striking On pike 4 miles from Lancaster, In a Hill Arnold, was fined $50 and costs: high stale of cultivation, good ImSquire Williams charged with assault, provements und plenty of hemp and was given a fine of $00 and costs; same tobaeco land. against same charged with gambling, fined $20 and the trimmings; Jim Wyley for llreach of the Peace, drew a fine On pike, & miles trom Lancaster, ioi au aim costs; cimer iiiru, carrying splendid dwelling, tobacco barn, well concealed a deadly weapon, $95 and A dandy costs; Early Ilurnaide, for malicious fenced and well watered. little home right at school and shooting, $150 and costs; Charley Miller (charged with samo offense, drew a tine churches. I of $50 and costs and for the unlawing sate of liquor, Charlie caught it again Absolutely the most fertile farm in to the tune of $C0 and costs. "Iteady for the Three divorces were granted this three counties. Knife". More hemp and tobacco week : Mabel Overstreet granted a divorce land on this farm than uny one farm Denny Overstreet; Mrs. Emma of Its size you can find in n month's from ride, located right on pike, G miles Daniels was granted a divorce from J. Splendid S. Daniels; V. D. Wade from Mary U. from three county seats. neighborhood. Nearly a'l In grass. Wade, the latter being restored to her 11. Snyder. I'osseaslon of this farm can be given maiden name, Mary Hubert Ilroaddua, three year old son at once. This farm can be divided, of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Uroaddus, through will sell part of It. his next of kin, brought suit against the City of Lancaster claiming damages as the result of an accident last SepOn pike 4 miles from Lancaster, all tember, when he was thrown from an in grass, no improvements but beau- automobile, which overturned by runtiful bullying aite right on pike. ning Into a hele on the liuckeye road, Possession of this one can be given just inside the city limits. The trial at once. A bargain If sold in the consumed two days and proVed to have next thirty days. been the most Interesting one that has I have a number of other farms come up this court. '1 he Jury returned which I can sell worth the monoy as a verdict, awarding the child $2,000 ordered that the city I know values and will not list a farm and the court If you council of the City of Lancaster call unless It la priced right. want to buy or want to sell land, see for, a special levy to satisfy the claim and costs In the action. Attorneys J, me. I, Hamilton and L. L. Walker represSWINEBROAD, The Rul Estitt Mu, ented the plaintiff and Hon. It. 11. Lancaster, nculncky. Tomllnson tne city. 1 82 acres. 7 acres. 3d acres. 240 acres. Last Saturday morning about eleven o'clock the beautiful country home of Mr. George D. Robinson was destroyed by fire, together with its contents, only a small portion of the latter being saved. No one except the servant, Jennie Withers, was at the house at the time, Mr. Robinson being out on his fsrm some distance away, Mrs. Robinson The and children being in Danville. screams of the servant brought in some of the near neighbors and those passing on the road, put the fire had gain ed such a headway, little progress could be made toward saving any of the contents, which conjisted of very ebaborate and expensive furniture. Mr. Robinson had spent quite a great deal of money on the place since he purchased it about two years ago. the hard wood floors alone costing him about $1,000. He had only $2,500 insurance on the house and contents and his loss is estimated at three times that amount. He haa made no definite plans, but it is thought that he will rebuild at once. The fire is supposed to have started from a grate or a defective flue In an upper room. Safety First. There's no better protection against fire, than a policy with Gaines, the Insurance man. Lancaster, Ky. The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted. 35 acres. Give her flowers for I Eas-te- r. will appreciate your Billy Miller. ' order. The highest grades of Cut GIFTS TO RED CROSS. The Young Gi.ls Patriotic Society gave $2.00 to help pay express on boxes. Coal is donated by Hudson, Hughes, and Farnau, Uucket and dipper by Mr. Raymond Haselden. Three boxes were sent last Friday containing 65 Hospital Ud Shirts. 10 pairs of socks, 800 gauzs Compresses. 18 Years Experience. 12 Years in Central Ky LATEST STYLES IN SHELTEX & ZOEONITE RIMS Will be at KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER ALL THIS WEEK Optometrist J. J. BYRNE, - - Optician. I Employ No Agents. The Central Record, Thursday, Men 21, 1918. BUCKEYE t Mr. It. W. Sanders was in Lexington Mrs. Otll Stotts, Mrs. Andrew Stottf and Miss Eunice Stotts were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater. Mr. I. M. Amon has sold his Interest In the Bogle farm at Teatersvllle to Mr. Angle Sanders and purchased a tract of land from Mr. Joe A. Gill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Misses Iva and Lenna Hollwi visited Mr, and Mrs. Ed Nay lor on Lexington pike. John Ed, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Naylor continues quite ill. Mr. Hardin Davis of this place, and Miss Fannie Mae Smith, the adopted daughter of Mrs. Tinsley of Lancaster, were united In marriage by ltev. S. G. Callison of the Lancaster Baptist church at his home on March 14. They are ai home here with his parents, Mr, and Hiley Davis. DC 1C DC LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE a year it has become the man's cigarette for the men who are last week. rj working over here, and fighting over there. The reason? Because if s made of Burley pipe tobacco and because IT'S TOASTED Miss Flora Price is here with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Dewev Price. Mrs. F. M. Hendre'n Is spending a few days with relatlvesat Bryantaville. ltev. D. F. Sebastain will fill his regular appointment here Sundav at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Calico ahd child-re- n were guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Edward. Miss Llnle Uogle. of Berea, was the guest last week of Mrs. ltobU Long and Mrs. J. W. Clark. Mr. W. II. Gulley, and Mr. .'. P.Pra-the- r were In Lexington last week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Stapr. I " Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy RESIDENT He has been LANCASTER borned March 13th. christened Malvern. HAS AWFUL EXPERIENCE. Mlis Ita Mill and Mr. Talbolt Jen-kin- s attended preaching at Bethel Sun"1 was twice confined In hospitals. day and were the gueits of Mr. and in the last one nothing but gruel water Mrs. Kobt. Lavton. was Injected Into me 4 times a day, as Pure wheat brnn, mixed feed, my stomach would not retain any fowl. wheat middlings, rye middling, I autfered terribly; was reduced to a skeleton. My folks saw an ad of Mavr's corn, oats. hay. straw. Wonderful ltemedv ami it has surely Hudson. Hutfhvs Furnau. saved my life. I weigh 180 lbs. now." The Ladies Missionary Society met It is a simple, harmless preparation Miss Thursday afternoon March 14. that removes the catarrhal mucus from Sallie Lou Tester led and the following the intestinal tract and allays the inMrs. Hiram flammation which causes practically all officers were appointed: Kay, President; Mrs. Willie Calico, stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Vice President; Mrs. Nora Teater, Including appendicitis. One dote will Secretary and Treasurer; Mrs. Kobt. convince ormoney refunded. Long, Miss Barbara Gulley and Ira It. E. McKOBEKTS. Druggist. Lou Preston on program committee. The next meeting will be on March 18. BKYANTSVILLE Miss Ira Lou Preston will lead. hr RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Ilight now this Country Is calling Tor men 'of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied In the air. The exigency now confrontrng u emphasises, as nothing else could do, the importance of good health, both as an Individual and national asset. office, h It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this that everybody should guard their health as a priceless pos- session. When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as Is the case with ever) body at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a courre of COM-CEL-SA- R (Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney back If you'll do that, vou will hot experience the discomfiture of being sent back horn 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, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 2Jc. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruise, burns, etc. 25c and 50c boUleS. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-White-Moon 372U-:i- l West Broadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. Id DC DC DC Draw A Check AGE NO BAR Ererybodj In Lancaster Is Eligible. Old people stooped with sulTering. Q ) Guaranteed by - r Stony Point Mr and Mrs W. C. Lee visited his last week to make their home with her n other, Mrs Kobt. Price. Mr and Mrs U. M. Burgess and two pirenti Sunday. Mr John Ptice visited bit couiin, Melvin Parson Stturdsy and Sunday. Mr and Mra Parson and childrenspent Sunday with her brother, Mr Price. Miss Mae Moore is spending a few Mrs. P. weeks with her grand-motheE. Foley,, Misses Fannie Dowden and Lucil.'e Lackey spent Friday night with Mrs. Hlnry Sanders. Mrs Croutborn and daughter came little daughters spent Sunday with JMr and Mrs W. L. Fletcher. Miss Cora Fletchet and brothers. spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister, Mrs Clayton Anderson. Mr W. K. Leavell, Jr, who is attend, ing Model School at Richmond spent with his parents. the wee Mrs Pruitt Thompson, Miss Lucile Thompson and Mr and Mrs McWhorter were visitors Sunday of Mr and Mrs Win Palmer. Middle age. courageously fighting. Youth protesting Impatiently; Children, unable to explain; All in misery from their kidneys. Perhaps a little backache first. Urinary disorders, dropsy may quick ly follow. Doan s Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Are endorsed by thousspds. Here's Lancaster testimony. Mrs. H. G. Crulchfield, Stanford Ave., Lancaster, says; "My little bov was greatly troubled with weak kidneys and had no control over their action, which caused no end of annoyance and I trouble. The child looked badly. got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills and began giving them tc him according to directions. They promptly cured him." (Statement given December 20, 1911.) NO TROUBLE SINCE. On November 17, 1916. Mrs. Crutch field said; "The cure Doan's Kidney Pills made for one of my children has bee'n a lasting one." Foster-Milbur- n COc. at all dealers. C)., Mfgrs.. Buffalo. N. Y , Wrs W. J, Hogsn has been on the s;ck list for several days. Mr (I. II. Kose returned Saturday from a business trip to Owsley county, Oats for seed and feed and number one timothy hav at Garrard Milling Co. You may be too old to enlist but you are not too old to buy a Llbertv Bond. Dr and Mrs It. O Ilosa were in Lex- lugton Friday to see'Tollanna"at the Opera House, Mr Bryan Ballard, of Lexington has been here visiting his mother, Mrs Eliza II. Ballard. Mr and Mrs A. B. Swop and child' ren spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs E. II. Ballard, at Stanford Mr and Mrs Chas Itobinson of Burgin were here one day last week the guest of Mrs Belle Tomlinson, Mr Emmet Ballard has returned from Chicago and will spend several months with his mother, Mrs Florence Ballard, for the money miove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like tp do business with n man who has nn account at the Garrard Bank & Tmil Co. They know he is doing business In a busirrM like way. Better open such an account even it your alTaira are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kertucky. Office Phone 18. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow give more milk. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr M. O. Kennedy sold his farm near here, containing CD acres, to Mr J. W, Thacker, of Georgetown, at a very fancy price. Mr Joe Bryant of Camp Meigs, Washington, City, was here this week for a several days stay with his parents, Mr and Mrs J. W. Bryant, Mr and Mrs J. W. Bryant Mr Joe Bryant and Mrs Fanny Bryant were the guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs B. B. Montgomery at I'aint Lick. liev. G. S. Conant assisted by ltev. Callis, noied evangelist of Wilmore, began a series of meetings at the Methodist church Sunday. ltev. Callis is very interesting and it la hoped that large crowds will be in attendance to hear him. The music Is In charge of Mr Cal Mrs Colli and ltev. Conant. lis being an excellent Uolinist. Residence Phone 33. GTJNNS CHAPEL. Mrs. Mattie Harvey is 111. little son of Mr, Hiram Land is ill. Mrs. B. Hay who l.as been ill is im proving. Messrs Frank and Hiram LanJ were in Stanford Monday, Mrs. Josephine Dailey was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. YV. Dailey. Messrs John Land and Harold Onitct motored to Danville, Monday. Miss Mae Morris spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Joe Burton. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Isbell visited Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson Sunday. Miss Mayme Stsitp of Lancaster was guestof MissMary Kurtz. the week-enMessrs Hobart Teater and Hugh Moberly were In Nicholasville Monday. Miss Viola Tribble was a guest of Mrs. Itobert Whittaker Sunday night. Seed oats, Jgermination 100 per cent. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCulley and children were guests of Mrs. Minnie McCulley Sunday. Mrs. Harvey Teater and daughter, Miss Bessie, wtr i guests of Mr. John Chandler, Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stotts spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Stevie Agee in Madison county. The Kaiser started this war but we can show him a real Garrison finish by all investing in Liberty Bonds. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Masters spent the week end'with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Masters on Jolly Itidge. Mr. and Airs. Dock Simpion of Itich- mond were here Sunday. They will move to their home here this week Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moberly of Buckeye and Mr. Johnnie Calico were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sebastian Sunday. Go to Lancaster for the Board meet' Ing Monday morning if you Wo Inter ested in getting a High school at Buck' eye. Mrs. Fain, accompanied by herdaugb ter. Mrs. Davis, of Jessamine was here Saturday andBunday with her son Mr. and Mn. Kutus rain. Mr. and Mrs 'Allen Burton, Mr. and A Garage v D fl 111 J OF P HI) -- AT - rl PUBLIC AUCTION - - ON - SATURDAY, I will sell to MCH 23. AT 2:30 O'CLOCK Why Not Drive Poison Out? year In and year out, potionoui waile , , products Iron tne uioou. Is it any wonder the kidneys get out ol order, wesk, or too lire J to keep the blood stream clear ol Impurities? Tbey DO youallrealize thatdsyrc.t? nlbl, bsve a moment's and the time, woik the kidneys, Farming Implements the higheit bidier the following real estute: ONE CONCRETE BLOCK BUSINESS BUILDING in La leister. Kentucky, on the corner of Stanford and Buford streets. The building Is three Tories .high, 40x100 feet on a lot 80x135 ft. Plenty of space for additional buildings This property is now used as a garuge at a splendid rental. Large basement with concrete floor. Building suitable for any other business. It has paid the owner a large per cent on their investment. The sale is made on account of two of the owners having moved to another State and to close out the partnership. Ths propjrty will positively be sold on the premises at the time namel. to the highest bidder. Terms easy. Don't fail to attend this sale or you may miss For further particulars inquire of a BARGAIN. When the kidneys (alter, trouble begins. As administrator of the estate of W. A. Todd, deceased, I will sell at Public Auction, at The wane matter eccum-ulate- s in differed parts ol the syitem, and back- - Paint Lick, Ky., on blurred vliion, puffy pouches under eyei, or rheumatic pains result. ache, swollen join i, aching muiclci, pslns lnlde, bllloumeM, Saturday, March 23, '18 personalty: . leygdneyEfflS at 2 o'clock, p. m.. the following 1 Swinebroad The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER Help weak, tired, disordered kidneyi (o lh do lEtlr woik. They iireol'twa ird hcil bav a lUdocyt, tootbeaad rcuUt tl bladder iplcodld loolc ftctioa on th liver. Mr. UwU Fliftl 1S2 S. Jcffcnon Ave. D.ttl urtci. Mien,, wnitii "For yert 1 uflrd lo troM pad. Tb doctor told p It u my kid nctfi ncyt and clo wblcb did m lull x Ym cm halo your M I PWNM Vr SUS4 11SM.WCWM1.W. . - - KENTUCKY. 1 INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR ENGINE; lldya ood. A friend Induced Volty Kldwy in to FUU a trial. U a kw wccbal wit (eclisl much I naid ol a bettti fotibd out I bad a ptr-aI an now 76 ycart old, a veteran ol my tba Civil War, Uv. fert tea. boura la dayt a week. keep your aytreoi rear wv t yf tun Oil Engine; One Plow to follow enOne 10-2- 0 gine; Two Disc Harrows; One Tobacco Plow; One double shovel Plow; One Cultivator; One Mowing Machine; One A Harrow; One Buena Vista Saddle; One " good Brood Mare; A lot of Flow Gear. Terms made known on day of sale. Stormes Drug Store G. B. Todd, Adm. The Central Record, Thursday. Mch 21, 1918. HAMMACK Lancaster cemetery, Friday at 3 o'clock. afternoon A BELATED BOX OF CIGARS 2 THIS IS LABOR'S WAR. This is tabor's war. No element of REACHES DUNN AT the people of this county, or of other countries, world suffer more than the workers from a German vlctory- -a WASHINGTON. German peace. What the Germans mean by a Just before Christmas, Fort Pierce "strong peace," a "German peace," Lodga Number 87, F. & A, M., sent was recently expressed by Gen. Von a box of cigars to eacmember of the Mebert, a leading Prussian conservalodge that had enlisted in the service tive. of Uncle Sam. Among these was Gus "For us there is but one principal P. Dunn, well ai.d favorably remem- to be followed, and we recognize no bered by a large circl of friends and other. We hold that might is right. acquaintances here, and who was sta- We must know neither sentiment, hu- tioned at Fort Oglethorpe, A box was jmanity, consideration, nor compassion. sent tojhlm but a few days before We must have Belgium and the north its arrival hit regiment was ordered of France. France must be made to across the water and 3iad gone when pay until she is bled white. We must the cigara arrived. Not being able have a strong peace." to deliver them, the post office authorMr. Gompers spoke well for Ameri ities forwarded them back to this city, can labor when he said: the posting point. D. P. Eld red havThe Republic of the United States ing the matter in charge for the not perfect; It has the imperfections lodge and as deputy postmaster, im- is of the human-b- ut It's the best coun mediately forwarded the box to try on the face of the earth, and thote "somewhere in France" In the hopes who do not love it enough to work for that it would ultimatelv reach him it, to fight for It, to die for it, are not for whom it was intended. worthy of the privilege of living in it. ItCdevelops that on the day that "I aay to the Kaiser, I lay to the Dunn's regiment broke camp for Germans, in the name of the Ameriembarkment across the water that he can labor movement: You can't talk was taken sick and sent to the hospeace with the American workers; vou pital at Washington City, and' there-for- e talk peace with us; you can't did not go across with his regi- can't talk to us at all now. We are fightment. The cigars, however, made the ing now. Either you smash your trip and were returned from France, Kaiser autocracy or we will smash it. and on Tuesday, February 19th, were for you." delivered to him at Washington, he The workingmen of America have a having been located by the departtremendous interest to serve, a vital ment at that place, thus evidencing cause to defend, a work of surpassing the extent to which the government importance to accomplish. What is will go in an effort to serve the boys vital to them is vital to America and who are malting such great sacrifices to the world. That they see their for their country. duty and the great mass of them are in making acknowledgement of the performing it with unimpeachable loyreceipt of the box of cigars in a letter alty ia a cause for congratulation to addressed to D. P. Eldred, Mr. Dunn the Nation and to the world. save: Washington. D. C, February 21, 1918. TO OUR SOLDIER BOYS. Mr. D. P. Eldrd. Fort Pierce, Florida. Sometimes we wonder, we who are Dear Urother Eldred: left at home, whether or not our boys 1 wis ver much surprised Tuesday realize the void that their departure' morning when the mail man brought has left in our community, and more me a box of cigars the lodge sent than that, the aching voids in the My Company left hero homes? And then we go on to wonder Christmas. shortly after Christmas when I was if we, ourselves, appreciate, not what in the hospital and through error the we have lost, but of what you have so box was sent across and has just come bravely surrendered for our aakes? back. And from these thoughts the mind The cigars were all In good shape projects inself into the future and we with the exception of one being gonej in thought follow you as you go to meet I want to thank the lodge through the ominous force that is menacing you for the remembrance. We will humanity that force that would make have to hand it to Florida when It of you and us mere chattels and pawns comes to cigara The Cortez is far on ita chess board. We aee that force superior to anything I've found since arrogant in ita strength, insolent In its I left there. might and defiant of right and. justice. I have been in the hospital since We see it riding down' opposition with December 26th, but am all O. K. now a ruthless stride and brushing aside and hope to be out in a few days. human tights as it would atrawa that Give my regards to all the lodge, impeded ita progress. And we wonder Will let you know' when my address how, when the great test comes, you, changes. our joy and pride, wlil meet It. Yours fraternally, But the thought does not progress as Gua P. Dunn. far as doubt, for following fuct upon It com thoughts of you as wo know DISTANCE DWARF THE FRAY you heart to heart. W krivv? rcu to be born without fear, standing unafraiJ Has it ever occurred to vou what before God and man; men ot clean lives might habpen were the Flanders front and clear consciences, whose deep-seate- d defense! to crack beneath the pressure consciousness of the justness of the promised German drive? What and righteousness of their cause will would become of France and of 'the nerve their arma to the fiber of steel. Allied fercea there now? What would We knew you for men who would prebe the fate of our army? fer death to dishonor, and in whom the And where the next front line yellow is notedly absent. And our trenches might ultimately be? hearts are at rest. We can proceed It is possible that even were the with the less weighty duties that deworst to come and the Germans were volve upon Us, secure in the knowledge to break through they might still be that the honor of our horses and counheld and the allied forces saved from try is safe in your hands. But we cannot but wonder, boys, if annihilation and capture. And so long as. the combined allied fleets controlled you fully sense the great, the noble the seaa Germany would be powerless thing that vou are doing? Do you to attack our shores. realize that you are making history But it the Germans break through on and history such as has never before the western frorjt they are almost cer been written? That ia the task you lain 10 risK everyintng in a naval way have set ourselves. You have gone upon the last clash with England's to meet a crisis in world history before fleet. And should they by any chance. which all previous crisis pale to meager be victorious, the next move would be proportions. Yob are actora in the against America direct. Victory like greatest drama of the human race, and this would make them madmen in truth on your actions hanga the destiny of a Distance dwarfa the fray over there world. We would not seek to awe you for America. It ia incomprehensible In by citing the tremendousness of the all Its ruthless borrow and suffering so task before you, but rather to set befar away. We do not mentally grasp fore you the golden reward that shall ita magnitude. Much less can we vis- call forth in you all of manhood that ualize, howover much we read, Nn has come down to you from a line of man haa yet adequately described it. ancestors who have never known either But we all know that we have no defeat or dishonor. desire for a German front along 'the These are not mere sentimental musWe want no invading ings, dear boys, but they are the Alleghenies. truths German hordes upon American soil. that impress themselves upon all our We want this war to be fought out in minds aa we view thu mighty problem Europe, that the world must solve, and in the And America must do ita bit to the solving of which you will represent utmost, both in men and money. your people, you homes, your country to furnish and your God., It ia up to ua the money. And when your task Is completed and To buy Liberty Bonds. you return to us in the triumph of a righteous victory, we trust to have GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. suflicient appreciation to give you that welcome that vou will so richly merit. T. W. Dailey's Admr et al Plffs. We hope to be able to ahow to you that we are not ungrateful for your service T. W. Dailey's widow et al Defta. and your sacrifice. Notice Is given that as Commissioner And at this point we pause to wonder of the Garrard Circuit Court, I will sit In my office in Lancaster, Ky, on what will be our feelinga if WE shall fall in the tasks that confront us, and TUESDAY. MARCH 26th. 1918. beginning at 9 o'clock A. M. to receive without the faithful performance of claims against tho estaU of T. M. which your work will be doubly diffUailey, deceased. All persons having claims against the said estate are icult And the desire Is born that a notified to file same with me verified united prayer thall go up from YOUR according to law. heart that we be given grace to perW. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. form our part ot th great work. Here Is Something You Con Do Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. James Person and family visited her parent!, Sunday. Mr. II. F. Slppel hai been quite III for the past few days. Mr. Sowers of Knox County has moved his family to thli county. Mr. and Mre. Luther McQuerry vis ited hti mother, Mrs. Cook, Sunday. It. M. MeQuerrv and family visited his mother, Mrs. Eliza Conk. Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Hammack and children visited Mrs. Lythallammacklaatweek. Miss Katie Clark visited her sister, Mrs"? It. M. McQuerry one day this week. Mr. O. I,. Hammack and family vis- ited his brother. Mr. E. G. Hammack, Sunday. . It is a dull sense of duty that will put off until tomorrow the Liberty BonJ you should buy today. ! (. Citizens National Bank H. Ft HUDSON. President. W. H.ionet. Ass't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP. Caahler. J. J. WALKER, Joe J. Walker. J., Vic Prest. ON ROLL OF HONOR. Farewell, dear Emma Lee, farewell, How this has grieved me no one can tell Just week ago today God took your spirit home with him to stay. God said Emma Lee, your cross lay down; Come home with me and wear a crown. Tho the morris chair is empty. And the home so lonely, too. Tho thru the dark cloud I can see A bright sweet face that looks like you And your spirit smiles upon me As my tears are falling fast. And It seems to whisper to me. All suffering is done at last. A short time only yet will seem long Till God will call me home, To meet you on that other shore. And sing with the angels ever more. Annie. BLANKS. Mrs. Emma 3:ott Blanks, wife of Mr. Charlie Blanks, and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Scott, died at the family home on the Buckeye pike at 4 o clock last Wednesday evening. and with her passing away Lancaster loses one of model young ladies. The young lady had been a long sufferer of tuberculosis, and last January her par enta persuaded her to come home where they could be close by her side at all times. Through her long illness she was never heard to utter a word of complaint, and during her last days her efforts were to be as little trouble to her parents and friends as possible. trait which characterized her entire life. Gmma Lee was born near Old Antioch, March 17, 1899, and herentlre lite had been spent here. Every one knew her, and to know her was to love her, for she had many traits that at tracted people to her, chief of which was her aflibllity, always a pleasant smile and a cheerful greeting for every one, and even when in weakest health and undergoing severe suffering her answer to alljier friends was, "I am feeling fine." The esteem In which she was held in the county was attested by the large concourse of friends which followed her remains to their last resting place. When about 11 years old she joined the Presbyterian church and her regular attendance, formed in her Sunday school going days, was continued aa long as her health would permit. Funeral services at the grave at o clock Thursday afternoon, by Rev. Callison and Rev. Mahan. Besides her husband and parents ahe Is survived by three brothers, Raymond, Eugene and Billy. The deep sympathy of the en tire community is extended the berray ' ed ones in their loss. Bruises and Sprains Have Sloan's Liniment handy bruises and sprains and all Quick relief piins and aches. its prompt application. follows ,No need to rub. For heumatic aches, neuralgia, still muscles, lame back, lumbago, gout, strains, ana sprains, it gives quick, reliel. . . Gtntrout liel bottle. for .c MARKSBUKY Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built of the best wible material the Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory sen ice for the longest riod of years. There is no secret in the notedly long life of tho Columbus wagon. It is the result of the methods employed in construction. There Is no wood in this wagon under shelter from one to two years. whicli Ins not been The ailei and the, soles of the wheels are hickory; the hounds, bolstera and sandlwards are oak, and the bottom of the boi Is straight grained flawless pine. Time are just a few eiamples of the earn which is talrn to make this wagon as reliable as jiouihle. The result is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come in and eiamine it for yuurs'lf. We know ou will be pleased. John Hovston sold a sow and f pigs to Jess Sanders for $50. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. Miss Rebecca Siler and Lancaster spent the week end with Miss Margaret Doty. Robt Speaks sold a cow and calf for Wo and bought 15 calves at $30 per head. Mr. and Mrs. Morten i'ollard were hosts at a delightful dinner, Sunday, to k few friends. Mr. Albert Dorton left tht first of the week for Camp Shelby where his brother. Kinnaird Dorton, is ill of rheumatism. Mrs. II. II. Silerof Jellico Tenn, who haa been attending the Porter-True- tt meeting at Lexington accompanied her brother, Itev. J. W. Mahan home and remained from Monday until Thursday. When the Northern Lights appeared at their brightest, a family residing here became frightened and tied to a neighbors house thinking "Judgement day had come". THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Wheat flour. Coin flour, kiln dried corn meal. Hudson. Hughes and Farnau. The Kaiser's effort to shske our faith in the lord by claiming to be his partner is characteristic German cam aflauge, intended among other things to discourage your buying Liberty Bonds. U.S. ASKS THE FARMERS TO MARKET WHEAT EARLY rimer, Ii Grain TcletTta, Urr.es MstmcbI Of To Capitol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Hijtwtd Autre Yidtrjr. A. R. DENNY. President J. E. STORM ES. Vice Prei'L S. DENNY. Cashier. J. K. Harris, J. L. Gill, Bluks. v Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex,R. Denny, J. II. Poaey, J. E. Stormea. S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directori. After a long illness of tuberculosis, Mrs. Charlie Blanks, aged 20 years. died at her fathera home near McCreary March 13th, 1918. Besides her husband she leaves a father, mother, and three brothers ta mourn her departure, and a host of relatives and friends. .Funer al services were conducted by Rev, Callison, pastor of the Lancaster lisp tist church, assisted by Rev. J. W. Mahan, interment taking place in the We take this means of thanking those who have assisted us in making a record of our business today, March 5th, as follows: 5178,147.75 Notes und Mortifies Cash in Vault and in Banks. . 82.730.48 07.880.00 Bonds and Securities 3,000.00 Banking House 1.34274 Overdrafts Capital Stock Surplus, and Profits S 10,000.00 10.513.05 Thank YOU DEPOSITS . Due to Banks .. $300,372.94 214.08 $333,100.97 An appeal to the farmers of Ken tucky to market their wheat this year earlier than usual, in order to meet the demands of the Allies, has been Issued by National Food Administra tor Hoover, In a telegram received yesterday by Fred M. Sackett, Food Administrator for Kentucky. The telegram from Mr. Hoover fol lows: "In order that we may comply with the urgent demands of the Allies for wheat and, at the same time, take care of our own domestic supplies, we urgently need this year, an earlier and more complete marketing of the wheat in farmers handa than ususl. The Allies are taking from us SO per cent, of other cereals than wheat to mix in their bread. Inasmuch as the people in allied countries, and the soldiers, must be fed with bread baked in bakeries, it is impossible for them to prepare bread made wholly out of other cereals and we must furnish them with suflicient wheat to maintain their bakeiy loaf. I, therefore, ap peal to all of the farmera in the State of Kentucky that they ahall bring all of their wheat, except their necessary reservea for seed to market before May 1. Tela is a war call and a servir-- e for Uncle Sam, who is fighting for his life. If your local miller is unable to buy all the wheat that is offered mat ket it In the other customary trade channels through which it will reach the Food Administration Grain Cor poration. " f 333,1 00.07 GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Assets One-Thir- d Million Dollars. Let your name be added to our long list of near 900 pleased customers. Yon will receive our best attention and we will thank"you Peoples Bank. Paint Lick, Kentucky. John Beazley. et al, Plaintiffs. VS. NOTICE. Mattie Jane Ueazley, et al, Defts. The undersigned as MasUr Commis. sioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will rent the land set out in the petition at the court House Door in Lancaster. Ky., on MONDAY. MARCH 25. 1918, to the highest bidder until January 1. 1919, liond with good security will be required from the person renting the land, payable to said Master Commissioner, due January 1, 1919, and bearing interest from date until paid. Said land is in Garrard County, Ky.. at Hyattsville and known as the Mary Ueazley place and contains 13 acres. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 21, 1918. Oonl we cant' tell what we will have later Woolens are bound to go higher and you can get ll IMMWM-Ccprrls&t J on getting your clothes late in the season this year, because woolens are scarce and hard to get. We have your quality and snappy styles, but size now in fine all-wo- ol l FOR races YOUR MORE I MONEY Otrrijbt Ilfrt right now than you can later, so get busy, come In and talk It over and we will reserve your pattern But tkhk&mx A Uut MJii A Hut We can give you styles like these from our stock now, In all wool quality. Notice th? Two Hart, Schaffncr 8c fAarx Stvjles Above Mens Suits $15., $18., $20., $22.50, $25., $27.50, $30. Boys Knee Suits $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $8.00 $10.00 LET US SHOW YOU NOW. Notice the patterns shown In our show windows this week. EASTER SUNDAY DON'T FAIL to get in the Easter Parade I 4SUEO March 31st, 1918 Have your New Suit ready. House of Quality. w Lancaster Kentucky with an H. S. & M. Suit. The Central Record Weekly. INCORPORATED. $1.00 a year. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. E, ROBINSON. Kntcred ts the Tost Offlcc la I.aactter, is Second CUit Mall Matter. Kr- J. Member Kentucky and Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, St.; March 21, 1918 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.10 10.00 "or County Offices 1S.00 tor State and District Office ... .10 For Calls, Ver line". 10 Tor Cards, per line for all publications In the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line .05 SEED CORN MEET- ING MONDAY. As was mentioned in last issue of the paper there are only about 2S0 bushels of seed corn in the hands of the dealAll of the ers of Garrard County. Rood seed corn either of the l'JIG or 1917 crop which was in the hands of the farmers has been (old and yet not i of the farmers of the county are supplied with seed which is fit to plant. It is a patriotic duty which every farmer owes his country to plant only In Germany Rood, strong seed corn. the Kaiser would allow no man to plant poor seed corn during the war, but in a great democracy we can only appeal to a man's patriotism and common sense, Monday a last charge "over the top" led by Mr. Tom Collins of Richmond, will be made against poor seed corn. lie will speak at the Court Houfo a( 1:30 1'. M. An effort will be made at this meeting to order a car load of corn from Western Ky. In Western Kentucky there Is an abundance of good seed corn and the farmers of that section are eager to sell It at a price of i or 5 per bushel, They will not sell however in small lots so if the farmers of this county with to buy from them they will have to go A together and lump their orders, local firm have signified their willing. ness to pay the frieght on this cam, handle it and attend to such little de tails for $1 per bushel; which is mighty reasonable. The seed corn would cost the Garrard County farmer $6.00 per bushel which is about as cheap as he can hope to get it. Mr. Tom Collins, District Agent, U. S. Department, has recently made a trip to Western Ky. to invtstigate their seed corn and to see that it is Mr. Collins while properly tested. there purchased a car load of seed corn for Madison County and they will orob- - Juat a few questions foi the mall hoie "con'fience" will net permit ihim to light' Suppose jrsus Clin.t had Commended Bj Department Of Education. MORE REAL ESTATE. J been walking in Ilelgium when the Hun army broke aclo the border, and had The Department of Education at Several real estate deals of fabulnu. aeen soldiers Hunge Ineir bayonets Frankfurt has written Miss Jennie dig-gin- s, proportions have taken place in the thru innocent children; hail seen women conour county Superintendent, and young girl, treated a. only beast, gratulating her upon the form of check county this week, Mr. J, I. Hamilton are capable of treating them: had seen His bork she has adapted in the payment beiog the purchase! in each case. the aged and infirm shot down without of the teachers of the county and that first purchase being the farm of Mr. mercy ami without provocation; had Iew-s- , containing 171 acres and the department at Frankfort has rec- It. J. seen aoldiers captured in what they ommended It and it has been adapted his citv property on Maple avenue. suppoted tn be honorable - warfare, by many ot the teachers throughout The farm cost Mr. Hamilton $135. an acre or a total of $50,490; the home on crucified by their captors; had seen the state. l. aviators deliberately search out For some time an effort has been Maple avenue costing him $10,000. The and nurses' quarters for bomb, Ijincastcr Graded School purchased the made to adapt a uniform blank and the log -- had he seen all this, would ho design of Miss Higgini is so popular. It lot back of the college, which it has been renting for several Years, and 'a have atoul bv uumovi J and refused to will in all probability be permanently (building lot facing on Maple avenue,. lift his h.mt tu right 'these dastardly adapted. wrong.? If that is your conception ot Miss Higgins is also In receipt of (a with it 100 foot front, for about $7.5H0, Christ, you are right in your refusal to the latter they resold to Dr. M. S fitht. fur if he were what Vou picture letter from the Educational Publishing him he would be as poor a specimen of Company, congratulating her upon the Hatfield, for $1,500, leaving the play humanity f yourself and you are the about six acres, limit. splendid progress of the school of the ground containing I county, as indicated in the Kentucky costing the school $5,000. LIEUT. CARL ACTON. The measure of greatness of a people CAPT. J. M. ACTON. Mr. Hamilton alto purchased this School report of 1916-1This letter is in the unanimity with which they, guts further and among other things week the farm of Mr. J. J. Walker rail V to the support of their principle, containing 192 acres, fnr $175 an acre. says were over to be given at and their ideals. If there "The new buildings erected, the in-- ! I'"'".! any doubt that the American ""ni.ion we understand if are one in heart ami soul, that doubt creased and improved equipment "'Koti'ting for the farm of Mr. cured, the more sanitary conditions ' THEY ENLIST IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM. has been forever dispelled, for, wlien f "''Join the msde possible the higher standard m-'"- Americans can be induced tn ley a.ide teacher, and above .u, ker f. rm and is a portion of the Ite.z-th- e that Idol so dear tu the hearts of litic. hoxx ,S n" 80lulre l'rolh" Increased attendance of pupils are Garrard county has the unique distinction, that probibly few counties the world may be asaured that 1,8 wl" ihvn ,h" ,o1' "wnr have in the lact that she has voluuteered into the service, a father and son, .11 matter, of which vou mav lustlv bJtn" they are dominated mid controlled by i( the father Dr. J. M. Acton and his youngest son. Carl Acton, the latter having proud. imu clime at,, uuiliailllUK RUUUL rw that greatest nt all passion, lute of , acres, and considered one of the best. received his commission at Fort. Ilenjamine Harrison.during the, second trainonly thn If not the best faim in the counts', all home and native land. It I. ing camp at that place. He is now stationed at Fort Donaphin. Okla., but is politician of the "peanut" variety that lying within two miles of Lancaster. Dr. Acton volunteered his services sever WASTE THAT EVERY WOMnow at home on a week's furlough. is at all active these days. The statesal weeks ago. mention ot which was poled in this paper at the time, and after man has forgotten that iolitlcs exist. AN SHOULD PREVENT. Somebodv should suggest to the base It is this uninimltv of sentiment and passing a vtry creditable physical examination, lie was commissiontil a Captain ball clubs that the exercise has made laving aside of all minor differences and left last night under orders to report at Ft. Oglethrope to the commnnder Keeping quality Is of vital importthem fit subjects to shoulder a musket. ' that is cau.ing grave concern in the of the medical department at that place. ance in these days of high costs, and 11 not that, then the swinging or a council, or the Kaiter. Anil this con- Dr. Acton in going into the services of his country, does su at a great low supply of food products. ball club is not so very different to Ihatlrn is not lessened when he observes financial sacrifice, haviiig enjoyed fur the past twenty years one ot the most No matter how high the quality of I that a liae spirit is lacking in his own lucrative practices in the county. During most of that time he has served as an article purchased, if it lacks keep- of a hoe. uuiuiniuii. Chairman on the Hoard of Health for this county. Since last June he has ser- ing quality it represents so much cerved s the chief medical examiner on the local Exemption Hoard. Dr. Acton'a tain waste. skill as a surgeon is well known h'jre and we predict that his services in this This Is noticeably true of Uaklng 3C line will be much sought for in his new duties and should he be called to the Powders. A Uaklng Powder that is reeking battle fields, amon the maimed and dead, he will be found succoring effected by time or climatic conditions the Strieker, binding the wounds of the wounded, that will prove a credit to his one thst deteriorate, is bound to profession and a blessing to humanity. cause bak day loss.' Such a powder I not only necessitates using larger It a better investment than n ably order another. amounts but Invites failure through its CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. uncertainty. There powders should be Mr, Collins will describe in his talk avoided. No matter ho big a quan- IJ (J. It. MOORMAN) the kind of corn they have for sale in tity you obtain no matter how cheap Weatern Ivv. the iruaranteed test. etc. Our congregation is to .be delighted they may seem because of low price We have the following used curs sale mid jUiiirnnteed: All the farmers in the county are urg- -' ed to come and make known their, with a visit from the pastor of the they are expensive as thev waste in 1910 Overland four 5325. 1913 Overland four H50. com o that there will Stanford christian church, Dr. Howard materials many times more than savi.nt. m tn 1910 Sexon Six 5350. 1910 Oakland Six 5550. time. Urazelton, next Sunday. He will have ing of cost. Calumet Uaklng Powder be no shortage at planting 1910 Oakland six $075. i9l7 Studcbakcr six 5900. should remember that all for bis theme.'The Unfinished Talk." la a quality Itaking Powder with the Farmers 1915 Buick four S500. 1910 Buick six 5050. Ynur minister has been requested to greatest of keeping quality. It retains freight is slow and it is possible that 1917 Buick four ftiGO. no matter how much you would give attend a meeting m Louisville next its wonderful leavening power regard 1917 Buick six 5800. for seed corn ut planting time you may week under the auspices of the Men less of how long It may stand on your 1917 Buick Six The meeting pantry shelf. You use but a level tea, and Millions Movement. be able to get it. not is preparatory to their big April drive. spoonful when the can is first opened Let us act now. We will bo pleased to show you nny of the above enrs. All members of the choir are expect, and you continue to use the same This Thursday even- amount to the last spoonful. ed to attend practice. means economy tn Uaklng Powder and ing in the church at 7:15. BIDS WANTED. e con Your pastor will exchange pulpits for what is moreSmportant It means Iildi will be received from this date Its moderate price Sunday with I)r Urazelton, pastor of omy In bakings. until April 20th. 1918, for building an combined with superior quality and the Stanford christian church. dependability marks the greatest of addition to the Paint Lick Consolidated All membera of the committee on the buying economy. You save when you school. 13 ids will be opened on above Men ami Million. Movement will please buy it. You save when you use It, date. Plans and specification can be report at the church Thursdoy evening And you save the materials It la used L B. CONN, Proprietor. seen at the office of the County Clerk, at 7:30. with. Its economy, purity and together with the plans of the present Theo, Cotton bought of W. M. Casey keeping uuality keep millions Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. H building. his tarm containing 105 acres, near of women buying Calumet in preference ll H ll ii ii ir to any and all other brands. County Uoard of Education. Kirksville. Price paid Is unknown. jjjjl MISS IIIGGIN'S WORK HAMILTON BUYS FATHER AND SON AS VOLUNTEERS. fm "; '' ' A Good Used Car New One of il Inferior fr Quality. $1,000 Make Your Next New Car a Buick The Danville Buick Go n H The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 21, 1918. 5 Drive. Ifoils A Most SvLVZS f Successful Weeks SUPERB AND STRIKING We have been very successful during the first week of spring, in proving to our trade that we are well equipped for the comline of Merchandise. ing season. We are granting no exemptions but insist that all see our beautiful and CCgZS civic!. it? Live in all the new materials made In the chick te Footwear Stales for Women tr 5 ) 1 Iflfoolenc, Jfcselzy Silks, in all the new creations that are adapted to making a stylish dress. models. ,'T' O'""' O SEE US BEFORE BUYING VOUR EASTER OUTFIT THE ONE PRICE STORE. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE ' COMPANY. V. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Special Prices Two-hors- e SB Gas Engine 5100., Vulcan Plows $15. Deere Steel Plow $15. Syracuse plow $10. John e Oliver $8.00 e S. B. Svracus $17. One-horsOne-hors- Gossip About People a r.i.. orui wemwn i in wmunji I u TKaai W. Arm nlrlft In. w I Incubator J7.00 Disc Harrow f 15. HrcMKler S3 00 Bone Mill 9(i. ft. 00 Mini Bailie l.ee spent the with Mr and .Mrs Wade Lee. Mi. week-en- Double Disc with Truck Mailable Range $82 J. I (!) (!) R. MOUNT & CO. The O Deal House. trip to Louisville last week. Mm Sallie Lee entertained J. K. Stormes made n business in honor of a few of her friends, Sunday. Edwards of llarboursvllle is Mr W. spending a few das in Lancaster. PEESH BEEAD i I TWICE A WEEK Graham. Mrs W. A. Farnau who has been quite ill with grippe is convalescent. Mr Charlie l.ee anil wife spent Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs II. I). Lee. I ft Bread for Wheatless Days. Rye, Bran and (!) Jack Carey, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ,Acey of Stani ford spent Sunday with her mother. (i) Mrs. Hughes. I Mls Gertiude Wilkinson of Stanford has been the attractive guest of Mrs. if Sander's Variety Store. Try our special.Sunshine Cakes and Crackers Mis Young of Georgetown College spent the week end with her aunt Miss ) Hetty Robinson. (i) ll Miss Elizabeth Anderson of Stanford spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. l'attie Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore and Mr. and Mra. W. F. Champ were visitors In Danville. Friday. Little Miss Nellie II. Lee spent week erol witli her grand-parr.tand Mra II D. Lee. the Mr PLEASE PRESENT YOUR COUPONS FOR AT ONCE A Mesdames Will Lear. It. C. Rote. W. It. Ilastin and Mrs. J. A, Anion spent Tuesday itli Mrs. It. L. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Farnau entertained at a six o'clock dinner In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walker Jr. Mrs. W. A. Speith has returned from Ilelit' Ilurneide, Messrs Arthur Eldridge Louis-.villCabell Arnold, Harry Francis, Sam Denny, Cecil Dunn. Miller Lackey, Mrs. Nellie Ballou. of Stanford, is James Lackey and W. H. Turley. visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gair.es, on Gnat a Source of Musk. Maple avenue. To the llt of source of muk mnil Mr. J. W. Creech, of the Ilastin he ndilctl n kind of gnnt, order liemlp-tiTelephone Company, was in our city class ri'd.ivlchip, genus nmullns (stnl.), which 1 so common In the Auslast Monday on business. tralian bu-- li at times ns to fill the ulr Mrs James Hilton and handsome little with ii musky odor. baby are visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs R. S. Ilrown, at Farmdalc. His Sphere of Travel Limited. Hoy's mother Is tenchlng him to stny Mrs William Harden aril daughter. Miss Clara llayden, of Lexington, are j In front of his own doorstep, nnd It Is visiting Mr and Mrs Luther Gibbs. - eiueiii, iniui inv minium,; iiiiiui-111- . that she has succeeded. Hoy has a Mra. Amanda Anderson, of Lexingpoliceman's suit, und one day while ton, was visiting Mr. and Mrs.' W. G. pnrndlng In front of hl home, clad In Anderson for a few duys this week. this uniform, n woman cumt- - along, to whom h snld: "Miss I.ndy, If you fee Mr and Mrs T. J. I'rice are expect-hom- e any naughty children, centl them down this week from Florida where here. I dasn't go so for." they have been since the first of the year. Father of Punctuation. The prcocnt system of punctuation, Mr. and Mrs. Robert l'owell left luit now used In nil modern languages with week for I'ortland Oregon after spendInsignificant variations, was lntn-duceing seme time here with his parents, but In the first hnlf of the fifteenth Mr. and Mrs. C. D. 1'ewell.. century by n Venetian printer named He Is the real father Friends of Mrs. Florence Grant were Aldus ManutU the full stop, pleased to see her out driving this week of punctuation marks of comma, semicolon, colon, question and alter a three months seige of sickness exclamation marks, npostrophe nnd Inat her home on the Danville road. verted commas. Manutlus' system was Margaret, the bright little daughter adopted later by all printers until It of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hall, has been finally established Itself throughout Courier-Journa- l. quite ill' t lit- - past week, but her little Europe. Louisville friends hope to see her out soon. North American Moose. Mrs Floyd McCarty and daughter, The moote Is the largest living repJennie Lee have returned totheirhome resentative of the deer family, and 13 in Danville after a pleasant visit to her found In North America. The elk Is parents. Mr and Mrs K. K. Conn native of northern Europe and la considered by many zoologists to ho the Messrs Cecil Dunn. Miller and James same species, except that It Is smaller. Lackev. W. It. Turley and Sam Dennj A full grown moose luuy be six nnd were guests last Tuesday evening of one-hato act en feet tall at the shoulMiss Anna Ilelle Hurnside and visitor. der and weigh 1,000 to LCOO pounds. Miss Slavin. On account of endurance nnd strength Is frequently symbolic, perMr. L. II. Conn, of Danville was the iuoom! sons of unusual power heing said to be with home folks here.Monday and Tues- "As strong ns u bull moose." day and putting in some good words for that pular car, the Iluick, for which he has the exculsive agency a delightful visit to relatives In COLUMN?! YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS a J For SaleSurrey. Huggy and eet of harness. F. D. I'almeter. WANTED: 500 locust posts tf. at once. A. II. Ilastin and Son. Seed oats, germination lf0 per cent. Hudson, Huiihes & Farnau. For Rent Farm of 25 acres wilk good residence, located near Hammack, Ky. Solon Illack. For Sale Eggs from thorough-bre- d White Plymoth Rocks. 15 for 75 cents Miss Fannie Ilishon. For Sale Lot and five acres of land Lexington street. Suitable or residence. (3t) Walton Moss. on AT I'UULIC AUCTION- -I will oflir for Sato on the square. Court Day, March 25th, an Old Hickory wagon, in good shape, and will sell for the high Ray Hall. dollar. Pure wheat bran, mixed feed. wheut middlings, rye middlings. corn, oats, hay. straw. Hudson, Hugltts d Fnrnau. Salesmen Wanied-- To solicit orders for lubricatiing oils, greases and paints Salary or commission, address The Harvey Oil Co. Cleveland, O. Single Comb Ithode Island Red eggs for sale, from prize winning strain. 75 cts per setting. Phone 40 J. Mrs. E. W. Perkins, Lancaster, Ky. FOP. SALE. I have twenty good, well broke mules four to seven years old, ranging in price from $UQ to ?250. I W. B. Burtorc For Salt. Free Package of "Boric" Don't delay until the supply is exhausted. jftcRoberts Drug Store TO AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR Mrs. Tom Slav in entertained at her Mr and Mra J. D. Wearren and Mrs Dillon, of Stanford, were the guests country home on the Richmond road, last Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Sueday of Air and Mra N. Miller. Anna Ilelle Hurnside and her attractive Miss Joan Mount entertained a few little visitor. Miss Slavin, of Thompson friends very informally at a sewing Texas. with every order for 100 tea in honor of Mrs. Joe Walker Jr. airs vt u. uiark was hostess at u setting eggs if bought be Mr George Keohler of Evansville, six o'clock dinner, Tuesday evening in fore March Ind has returned after a weeks stay honor of Dr. and Mrs J. M. Acton and with his friends, Mr aid Mm W. Ii. daughter. Miss Florence and Mr James A few Baby Chicks for Sale Montgomery. Clark and daughters, Miss Nellie and ERLE C. FARRA, Will Lear and daughters, and Stella. Mrs. grand children with Mrs. J. A. Anion Lancaster, Ky John Miley Amons bought a line pair may 0 Box 272. ' and Collls Johnson Anion were guests old black mare mules in of live-veJ of Miss Ilessle Gulley, Wednesday. Jessamine this week for which he piid I Lieutenant Elwood Wilson ami Miss J650. They arc about the best we have Ituth Itoyse were the guests of honor seen tins year and look as if they were I Thursday evening, at a U o'clock dinner worth the money. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mrs. W. C. McElhannon and bright Anion. little daughter, Willie Francis, who FREE Thrift 31st. A Stamp Lot of household aid kitchen furniture, induing kitchen stove and cabinet both new, J. IJ. Harris, For Salt. Potatoes $2. to $3. bu9hel. Potato-OnioSets $6. )er bushel. Raspberry I'lants. J. R. Mount. For Sale. Good two year old Hereford bull, aUo about two tons loose hay, U. M. Burgess. Paint Lick, Ky. Early Indiana Yellow Seed Corn. Tested TO J per cent. $5. and $7.50 per bushel. Jacob II. White, K. 2 Paint Lick. Ky. limbing I rj5 Xt, THE SALE OF WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS Mr and M's C. II. Clark and children and Mr J. Ilourne of Lexington, and 'little Nancy Clark of Lexington pike. spent Sunday with their parents. Mr anil Mrs Ilourne. Mra Dudley Gordon and little sop, Ilailey Childress have returned to their home in Frankfort after a pleasant visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs W. II. Montgomery. They weie accompa nied by her sister, Miss lviedell Mont-- j gomery. have been guests of her mother, Mrs. Jas. Jones, left yesterday to join .Mr' McElhannon in Louisville, where will reside in the future. they HEATING, GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- SCHOOL TAX. Your scheol tax must be Duid l.f(jr April 1st, as there is no money in treasury to pay the teachers L. C. (iULLKY. Treasurer. Jji V jt J5 5' & in VJ )C SI JJ All who liavo not already done bo, will please procure u Bup- ply of War Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps, War Saving Card and Thrift Card from their Hunker at once and place same on sale, We are Informed by the Treasury Department that Kentucky is at the bottom of the llt of Slatea In the aale of these Stamps. Let (iarrard county and every patriotic citlzJn of Garrard county, do Ida part to redeem the fair name of Kentucky, and help win the war. Urge every customer, who ii able to do ao, to buy the limit: Urge all olhera to buy to the limit of their $1000.00 of stampa. ability, and to keep on buying. If they can not buy Saving Stamp. Insist that they buy Thrift Stampa. (let your report card Into the mail Saturday, March 2nd,show- ire all aalei up to that date. Beginning Thuraday. March 7th, we will publish In the Central Itecord, a raport showing the sales of each agent m the county. Let's seo who will head the list. H. V. BASTIN. Chm. Uarraru uounty war savings wm, Mr. J. A. Hurnside returned home last week after an extended and pleasant trip to Florida and other points of interest. He naa for several dtvs, with his son, Mr. John Uurnslde, at San Angelo, Tex., and speaks in glowing terms of that country. He was accompanied home by Miss Lieut. Elwood Wayne Wilson of Eugene Slaviu, of Thompson. Tex., Springfield III, now stationed ut Ft. ' and she is now the attractive guest of Oglethorge Ga., was given a 48 hour Miss Anna Ilelle Hurnside. furlough and was the guestof Miss Ruth Miss Elizabeth Gibbs entertained at Hoyse who Is visiting her grand-fathe- r her home last svemag with a dinner Iliad-ahaMr. Archldine dance, in honor of Miss Eugenia Slavin T. W. Ilradthaw. was host at the Kengarlan Wed- of Texas. The home was artistically nesday noon to his niece. Miss Itoyse, decorated with spring (lowers consistiof Decatur 111., and Lieut. Wilson, of ng1 of snapdragons, tweetpeas, violets Beside the hostess Lieut. Wilson has and buttercups, Ft. Oglethorpe. "over-sea- " orders and expects to be those present were: Misses Eugenia In about six weeks. He Slavin, Jeanvtta Eldridge, Anna Cath-eri- cs "over there" Arnold, Clara liuyden, Anna made many friends while In our midst. FOR SALE PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will i,a IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN. Modern 7 room dwelling, water, lights and bath, nice size lot; desirable location. Priced right and good reason for selling. D. A. THOMAS ItEALTY CO. Lancaster, Ky, ATTENTION ODD FELLOWS. PI WILLIAMS All members of Franklin frwIirA Mn 7, are requested to be present on Monday night, March 25th, and secure their tickets tor tne uar.quet, march 27th. Admission to banquet hall will be by ticket only. Wm. Cox, Sscty. The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 21. 1918. STANFORD Mrs. W, M, Bright is In Louisville ' C. E. Tate was In Louisville this HIS INCOME TAX Got it? Here's the remedy. It's helped week. millions. Has a hall century record Miss Lyle Cooper is spending this of use. First dose brings relict. Try It. Wy ROBERT KfcVtAtfr. week in Louisville. all druggists. By Herbert Quick Sold Mr. .Umpklrre gsxe-- t nt the portrait L. 11. Hilton has b--en visiting Mrs. on the wall Hit his eyes filled Willi tears. It was a portrait of his father. her parents, at Drodhead Colonel Slmpklns, who hml four time a own land, haul grain or drive atock The firmer everywhere Miss Elizabeth Anderson was wild love been promoted for valor dirtng the peace. The American farmer espe- to town. It would have done only a homefolks at Lancaster, Sunday. Civil War and had died bravely on t)V cially loves peace. Since the dawn ot Utile more than It accomplished by Mrs. W, W, IIa)a spent Sunday In field of action, Mr. Hlmpklns.' throat history, the farmer has been the roan Its Interdict against the freedom of the order against Lancaster with Mr. J. A. Ueazley and ached now for twn- reasons: First, he who auffered moat from war. All that sea. What waa the family. reverenced and adnreif the memory of In plain which we rebelled when we went In'he possesses Ilea out of doora 8 als father; secondly his ace and his at the condition of sight and ia apoll of war hla house, to this war? Gen. John E. Holler, of Harrishurg eyes and Ms game li , wouldn't let him Keep Bowel Movtatit RtrmUr bis grain, hla livestock. The flamea the American farmer In the Utter Va. was a visitor in this citv Saturday 1915 aiternoon. Dr. King's New Life Tills keep you go to wpr Mmsetf. And1 as he observed that light the skies In the rear of part of 1914 and the first half of In a healthv condition. Rid the body tne martial hearing anil iincnmpromi. every Invading array are consuming and see. Mr. J. F. Rlgney, who has been quite of poisons and witte. Improve your lag gate of Colonel Atmpktna he saw, When the war broke out, through III things that yesterday represented rfe for several days is thought to lie comnlexion bv krninff trie Mow els la Imagination, the khnkl-clalad of .bis life work, and the life labors ot surprise and panic we partially gave some regular. Get a liottle from your the new generation marching forth and better. up for a 'while the use of the sea aa generations of farmers. Effective but mild. emmlng druggists to-lj- y of highway. And the farmers Mrs. J. S. Rice has returned after a Everywhere the farmer la a warrior a three thousand miles of aea to Bght, maybe ille-- . for liberty. when war Is the only thing which will America faced ruin.. I know an Iowa visit to her mother, Mrs. Mafy Garnelt make and keep him free. He cannot farmer who sold his 1914 crop of 25, at Cave City. Mr. Slmpkim. peered a round to make church, of which he has been pastor sure that aelther tlesw nor John (olio rally to the colors as quickly aa can 000 bushels of wheat for seventy cenla Mrs. W. a. O'Uannon and Mrs. J. L. for about a year, to the dwellers In the cities, because It a bushel. Farmers In the south sold gi to France in were at the fearing agea of sixteen takes longer to send to the farms the their cotton for' half the cost of pro- Coffey are guests of Dr. W. II. O'Uan- - the Interest of the Y. M. C. A. The end seventeen) were where they could call to arms. It takes longer to call ducing It. All this time those por-- don In Frankfort. church agreed to give him the leave of ' him, then he straightened anil the farmers from the fields than the tlona of the world whoee port were Mrs. J. S. Owsley has returned home absence ami during his absence to give threw Ms right arm np fur n salute, city dwellers from the ahops. Many open were ready to pay almost any after spending several months with to his family foO per month Ilut Ms gouty shoulder twinged, and he do not hear the first blast of the price for our products. When finally mother at Franklin. The unveiling of the Service Flag at groaned. He couldn't even salute. trumpet Others do not at first under- we sut our shlpa in motion once more, "Damn!" said Mr. Slmpklns, and Mrs. Will Severance lias been in the Christian church Sunday morning stand Its meaning because they have prosperity returned to the farms. Ilut with his other hand fiercely twirled hla not had the time to talk the matter It never returned for the farmers of Louisville for several days with her was largely attended and will be a ser- white mustaihio. vice that will long be remembered. over with their acquaintances. Instead those nations which remained cut off sister. Mrs. Alice Pickett. tie turned and limped' Into the li of reading half a dozen extras a day, from ocean traffic. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Wearrn and The Hag was presented to the school by brary and aat down creaklly before the Take the case ot Australia. There the farmer may read weekly papers the class of Mr. J. S. Hocker. There only. He must have more time In a three crops have .remained unsold on Lizzie Dillon were the guests of Mrs. are fifteen names on the honor roll mahogany desk on which were'lylng the blanks for his Income tax state sudden emergency to make up his the farms. No ships could be spared N. Miller in Lancaster Sundav. which is plsced by the side of this ment, blanks which he had rather to'makc the long voyage to Australia. mind. Wallace Wulter has been at King's beautiful Hag. grtraiplly got from the Internal Ileve-u- e It Is Impossible to set the farmers So In spite of the efforts of the gov- Mountain for several dajs with his officer onty that day after lunchMr. Isaac U. Jones, aged S.S. died at of the United States on fire by means ernment to save the farmers from brother G. A. Walter, who is sick. the club. his son, Mr. Josua li. Jones Saturday eon on his way home-froof any sudden spark of rumor. But ruin, grain has rotted in the open. .Mr. Slmpklns Income for 1017 had Miss Annette Carson who has been morning. Deceased has been in poor when they do Ignite, they burn with Millions of tons have been liwt for suffering from an attack of appendi- health for a number of years and hla amounted to Jnst about lift,!"), and he a slow, hot Are which nothing can put lack of a market. had been rather snappy on the aulf Such conditions spell Irretrievable citis, is thought to be some better. out. They are sometimes the last to death was not unexpected He leaves Jct of tnxe ever since ne.hml iIImiiv heat up; but they stay hot. In a long disaster. Such conditions would have Mr. E. U. Walton is visiting her sis. tnree other sons besides the one men. crvd that the mom Income a man lies fight they are always found sturdily prevailed In this country from the Minis, at Cutlettsburg. ! Iloned above. The Interment occurred tbe greater the lerrenlage of It he break of the war until now If our ter, Mrs. A. the battle across In tars. He roiild think of eer-erThe government had not first resisted with They spent several da) a in Louisville. Sunday afternoon in the IlulTalo Spring In the last grim atruggle. Land men who, like himself, were marMesusmes t;. r. wood and Annie ji American farmer will give all that he every diplomatic weapon, and finally 'i l,ruc' ried and had two children, nnd )et, '' Englemen have returned home from ! has and all that he is to win this drawn the sword. Mr- Why did we drew the sword? To Mt Sterling, where they were called by F Alva Holti- - although their Incomes were nearly " reat war against war. half of his, they would pay onty a hard to under--, keep up the price of wheat and This war was at first 'he llaptist the illness of little Miss Susan Fisher ,cUw were m"W No armed foe had Invaded the ton. and to protect trade only? If sonage in Lancaster Filday afternoon amall fraction of the amount he paid. who is much Improved. He gloomily drew the blank nearer United States. The night skies were someone should order you to remain by Itetr. Callison. They were accom- began rilling In the Information and not to use the pub-Mrs. J. It. Iteazley and little son, not reddened by burning ricks and on your-far, Mr, Will It,,,... and rt vi, that asked for. raiding parties 11c htgha)s, would your resistance James Wray. of Newport News Va. farm houses. No f this cltv. and Mr. June filv-o- s. ..f Aft Mr. Slmpklns Income was StfhO) robbed us of our cattle or horses. .No be based only on the fear of loss In who have been in Danville for several saber rattlers insulted our women. It profits from failure to market your weeks with relative and friends, are j lul)be. and Miss Amanda Newell, of he had' to figure out the amounts paySomerset, a cousin of the groom They able on each of the successive smaller seemed to many of us that we were crops? Uy no means! You would fight I heie for a few davs with relatives. city afi,r the cere-Th- e rlnssos of Incomes In order to arrive relurneJ tu not at war the thing waa so far off. to the last gasp! Not to make money, He what a giant war but to be free! meeting of the stockholders of mony and ar. elegant supper was served at the total due from himself. We did not realise When a man Is enslaved, all he the Lincoln County Fair was held Sat-- 1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hocker. passed over the first class who must had become a monster with a thousand arms that could reach across the loses In money Is his wages. Dut the urday afternoon, and it was unanimous- - After supper the happy couple went to pay taxes, that Is, single men making ver Loot. His calculation for mar-rtot white man has never been able to acseas and take from us three-fourth- s ly decided that another fair would be his home in the country, where 'hey men then showed up-afollows everything we grew. But finally we cept alavery. He has never yet been Mr Klrst, they pay - per rent, (under successfully enslaved. There rises up held this year, August 21. 22. and 23rd. will make thir future home. saw that It waa so. I Fox is the jounger son of Mr. and Mrs. i the lDlft taw) on alt Income oer If the Imperial German government In him against servitude a resentment Old officeis were re elected, " for each of their ut ,h" c"u,"y ,uJ ' I4.0S), deducting News comes from Shelby ville that had made and enforced an order that so terrible that death always la The ehlldren under eighteen years. In Mr. no American farmer should leave his preferable. Itev. I). M. Wallce h.. -.,, .,r.r,il . young man in every re.pect. which he Mr. Waltrr Slmpklns' case this was 4 I k, asUak.4 aat w.ik.l leave of ahaenc- - from the Christian bride is a daughter of (TkUUtk festal da-- aitklaa. Tk. Holtzclaw. uf this nty. and is a verv put down In the "jiayabte" column. He saw next thst, undvr the 101T beautiful brunette and a most lovable pay an additional ? girl. They have, the wishes of a host law, married men per cent, on all ever S'i0 with lh of friends for a union of much happ- same allowance for children. Ttila iness to his "payable' column. added gloom waa cast over this Quite a rry lie then observed that for community by the death if Dr. M. I). I2M yumpln lits Income over Wednesday. He had been be bad to pay a Surtax, the percentage Early on last in practically good health up until growing larger with each jump. This more added to his burden. about ten days ago when vhe became was "Hx-rea- s troubled with aciatic rheumatism and And on top of all this came an all Iroflla" tax of S per rent. was never able to be "occupation' Inciwiie over SHOOO, makafter that time grew ing S70 more. out any more and gradually Dr. Early worse until the end came. The total, then, he must pay was fourwas a Confederate aoldier and fought teen hundred and thirty-fou- r dollars, 1861 to 1805. He in the Civil War from "Whewf exclaimed Mr. Slmpklns city some five veara ago angrily. "There's young Henry, Wll-kincame to this who married Jake Johnson's girl, from Montice'lo to accept the pastorate of the llaptist church here and during he makea t?,rsj) and he doesn't pay a I guess this Is his war his atay here had made many friends refit of taxes. as well ns mine! II who weep because he is no more. Thinking of yrning Henry Wltklns, leaves a wife and a daughter. Miss ke rememberedjhat Mrs. Wltklns went Marv Early, in this city and several every afternoon to mske bandages for other children, to mourn the Ion of a the lied Cross and that Henry, who The was a lawyer, waa aiding the I .oca I devoted husband and father. burial occured at the Buffalo Springs Draft Hoard wllh Us QUrstlonDslres, -Well,' he admitted to himself, Cemetery after funeral aervices at the by Hev. O. E. llryan of t?at makes a difference." Wlllough-by- , llaptist church He thought next of Jndge Louisville, who was a very close friend whoso income waa about S3.00O; of Dr. Early. "He only pays 12"." commented Mr. Stmpklns, not qulto so angrily this time; and then a thought struck him and he sat up rigidly In bis chair. Judge WHIoughhy's aim had been drowned on the Tuscanla when It was submarined wllh the loss of two hundred soldiers. "Judge Wllloughby gave his son to Why ycu should use America," muttered Mr. Slmpklns. Cardul, the woman's H leaned forward suddenly and put tonic, lor your troubles, have been ihown ia hla face In his hands. thousands ol letters from for a long time Mr. Slmpklns sat actual users of this medivery atlll In that position. Thero waa cine, who speale from no sound In tbe library except the personal experience. If ticking of the tall clock and an occathe results obtained by One mile from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, sional trill of luughter from the chilother women for so many dren skylarking upstairs. Tho square years have been so uniformly good, why not of light on the 'carpet gradually wllh-dregive Cardul a trial? Itself through the window, and first twilight and then darkness settled In about the quiet, white haired, somo-tlme- a Irascible old man. Mr, Slmpklns was thinking things 5 extra good Mare Mules, 4 to 7 years old; 1 bay Saddle Horse; 1 yearling which he would never afterward spcuk Calf; 1 Sow and 5 Pigs; 2 Sows to plg;$ 6 Shoats, weighing 100 pounds; 6 of, he was thinking things that were too sacred ever to be put Into words. Shoats, weighing 65 pounds and 10 Shoats weighing pounds. Hut some Inkling of his thoughts may The Woman's Tonic bo found In his rejoinder to Mrs. wagons; 1 slide; 1 cutting hartow; 1 drag harrow; 3 cultiva2 two-hors- e Hlmpklns when that placid lady came Mrs. Alary . Irvin, ol In and turned on the lights, and inked tors; 1 Hoosler wheat drill; 1 binder; 1 mower; 1 rake; 2 turning plows; 1 new Cullen, Va., writes: him whether ho was ready for dinner, "About 11 years ago, 1 corn planter; 1 new eultipacker; 1 hillside plow; 2 drags; 1 five-toot- h "Judge Wlllougbby's only son was cultivator; suffered untold misery worth as much as fourteen hundred 1 runabout; 1 new wheat fan; 1 lot wagon harness; 1 lot plow gear; 2 hay frames; female trouble, bearing-with dollars, wasn't her' and thirty-fou- r down pains, headMr. Slmpklns demnnded of her. per cent; barrels of picked corn; 10 bushels SEED CORN, tested bales I ache, numbness As his wife, who was not unused to good timothy hay; lot of loose hay; rods wire fence; 1 hog house; 2 tarpaulins. would go for three weeks his superficial Irritations, 'vatched him In mild astonishment, Mr. Slmpklns almost bent double . . . TERMS.AU sums of $ 1 and under, cash in hand; over that amount, limited out to the hall and took hla My husband went to Or. allver-headenotes will be taken without interest until July cane old felt hat and for Cardul . . . from the hat rack. Letting himself out After taking about two IIUl Into the foggy evening, he tapped his bottles I began going way down to the corner, and mailed his around and when I took Income tax statement and check with .ilJlS three bottles I could do his own bands. I '. i E-all my work." "Now, God be thanked," said Mr. Slmpklns is the lid clinked shut over his missive, "I csn do this much for my country, anyhow." THE WAR, THE FARM AND THE FARMER Grippe? -for Coughs Golds MR. SUNS PAYS H IVTa-v-- ft KT mud's "discovery Bids Wanted Bids will be received1 bv tile flscsl court of Garrard County, APRIL 2nd, 1 for repairing the following TURNPIKES IN GARRARD C8UNTY, 4st for the year ending December 1st, Wit) Quarries will be furnlihe.1 hv n.- county on sections, where county owns quarries, where none is owned by the county, contractor must rurnl.h Said metal shall be broken aulllrlenile line to pas through a two Inch ring- - at its greatest diameter. Said metal shall be spread by contractor between OCTOBER 15ttr as. DECEMBER lit; unless otherwise ordered by county road engineer havinir ch.rir. nf tn.t. The breaking, measuring and spreading mi meiai snail be under 01 supervision of county road engineer. said turnpikes are laid oir m as follows District No. 1 Section No. K New Danville pike to Dix Klver witli rodsof r,)..t. Section No. 3. Sugar Creek rods of rock. pile with Section No. 4. Iluckeve nike fmm Lancaster to McC'rrary with roils nf rock. Section No. 6. Old Iiruce's bridge with D.nvill. !,. . -.- 1.rods of rods of rook. i Section No. 6. Crab Ori-h.- l Gilberts Creek bridge with rock. ' ,,.:, .,i Section No. 7. I'mm cm....,- bridge to Lincoln county line with ruos oi rocK. Section No. 9. Itirhmon.1 nil. r,-Lancaster to Ilvad.vill, Wth mj, of rock. . ,, Section No. 10. FIrviw church Section So. 11. rods of rock. Kmm If (.alt.a.lll with rod of I s rb mix 9:30, a. m., ."t' OF Ruckeyapike to rieaaani lliii kotte with rods of rock. District No. 2. Seelinn M.. 1 ll. antsvllle and Sugar Cresk pike with ran or rock. Section No. 4. Ilriii,nl..lll- - ....I Run pike with rods of rock. Section No. S. IIuvom v;.i. tickv liver pike with rods of rock. Section No. It, Krom n. tr in ters shop to I. M. Dunn. r I WIK rods of rock. Section No. 7. Polly llend pike with rods of rock. Section No. 8. Dvitrieh rake with rods af rock. District No. 3. Serl.'aJlSta. I U...L. eye pik. from MrCrewy to fhttk,,. Post office with rods of rotk. Section No. 2. nil,. Iluckeve Tost Ultlce to with rods of rock. Section No. 3. i'oor kM. r l. r;. In ..k,t Live Stock and Farming Implements. Having sold our farm, we will on Reasons ! Thursday, March 28th. 1918, at sell to the highest bidder the fol- lowing personalty. Take 35 CARDUI ... 75 98 40 0.00 65 1,1918. J. J. & W. D. WALKER. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. Section No. 4. I'oor KU nil. I'leasant Hill achool house to Kentucky nver wun rods of roek. Section No. fi. k'!,L..it. il. t Hyittsvllle to top of West Hill with rvas ot rock. .... e u.-- .. Section No. IL Hill to Madison County tine with rods of rock. Section No. 7. Teatervill..ml lir.,i ahaw Mill pike from Teatcrsville to ralnt Lick creek with rods of rock. Section No. 8. From Klrliaillu IL. to Nina with rods of rock. District No. 4. Ki.tin M.. i l'.i. view church to faint Lick station with nxii ui rocg. Section No. 2. Krnm .Innl.l. lll. ...... on Itlchmond pike to Cartersville with rods or gravel. ..it,-..,- ... Section No. 3. .'all I Crab Orchard pike to Klmore'a gate with rods of rock. Section No. 4. to end of niku with rods nf riu'lr nr gravel. Section No. S. Lowell an,! rillll.n,. pike with rods of rock or gravel. Section No. 0. I'alnt l.lclr Lick pike with rods of gravel. Section No. 7. Point l.eavell r,l Gooch pike with rods of rock. Section No. 8. Walker Lane nil- with rods of irravel. The Lids will b on aectlnna lull lad der will not be restricted to one section. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be rtauired tor double thu inmn.i of the bid and said bond shall be approved by the fiscal court, and said Udder will present with his bid the name of hla proposed aurety or sureties. The uiuuing snail be per rod of 225 cubic feet and contractor will be renulr,l in comply with his contract otherwise his bond will be declared forfeited. All bids must be filed wllh th rvmniv Judga on or before April 1st, 1918. Th. fiscal court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. W. A. DOTY, County Koad Engineer r. The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 2 PAINT LICK Mm Martha Davis has beer quite III with appendicitis. Mr. Mike No Is In Pulaski Count; on visit this week. The W. C. T. U. will meet April Sth with Mr. K II. .Smith. Ml Nannie Robinson was a vUltrir in Ilerea Saturday and Sunday. Oata lor aeed ami feed and number one timothy hay at (iarrard Milllni; Co. Miss llflle Denny hat re'urned home after a pleaaant visit to Mra. Ilobet Walker. Mlu Klliaheth lleatlry of lUJiion Institute spent the week-en- d with th homefnlks. Misses Bessie Itlddell and Archie Maupln of Kingston are guests of Mrs, Arthur ltiddell. Mr. J. S. Ilurrows of Ileaville Texa is here on a vlilt shaking hands wit his many friends. Misses Innle Ledford and Grac Gentry of Iterea were recent guests o Mrs. W. It. Cornn. Mrs. Stllle f ton I.awton of Lancaster was tne guest of .Mrs. Al. K. Ross Sat' urday night and Sunday. High grade field seeds. ! 1918. FEDERAL INCOME I 7 TAXJN BRIEF 'IIMMIIKIII OUR WONDERFUL SHOWING OF CARDS. s Mvery Stablr UIIITTIHIIllllli Housefurnishing1 Goods The Requirements Boiled Down 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. We are showing n great many beautiful Mahogany and Golden Oak Dressers, any nnc of which can be used in the making up of u combination suite. Our prices on these dressers ore extremely low considering their high quality. If you arc interested In n matched suite, vou will find our floors well represented with some very attractive Period Suites such as "William and Mory," "Adam" and the "Queen Ann" finished in n beautiful rich dark brown Mnhogany, Walnut or old Ivory. These suites are very attractively priced from for Busy Folks. ltd urns must be filed on or before April I, 101S. Tax due may be pair! now or on or before June IS, 11118. If jou were single and your net for 11117 was 11,000 or more you must file a return. If you were married and Htlng with wife (or husband) and had a net Income of $2,000 or more for 1017 you must file a return. Husband's and wife's Income mut he considered Jointly, plus Income of minor children. Income of a minor or Incompetent, derived from a separate estate, must be reported by his legal reprcsenta-the- . Office at Rainey Lnncnstcr. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Kentucky J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR KY. Office Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, H. Punt Hudson. Utilities & Fiirnnii, Mrs. Florence Walker it with h daughter. Mlat Estill Walker, at tin Norton Infirmary in Ixmisville. The farmars of this community arv on srlccttng and testing; their seed corn this sprint;. They realize the need fo SUCCESSORS TO A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE CO. humier cropa and also the folly of planting corn without testing first, and Rug Store. Danville's Largest 1 he Red Cross Chapter met Tucsda DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. with Mrs. Ft II. Smith. Mrs. J. K Stormes, Mrs. tienrge Smith, Misses Mary Doty, Helen ami Martha (Jill Wi were vititora from Lancaster. wish to extend our ("hanks and appre To this end are we taking the right single boy shall forget his home through elation to these ladies for giving u KEEP THE SOLDIER course to keep the memory of home their neglect to keep memories of that instructions in cutting and folding the You say you home green in his heart. ever green with them? gauie compresses. The next meeting BOYS POSTED. aro writing regularly, and giving them Every traveler is familiar with the will be held Tuesday March at Many people have doubtless asked all the news of interest you know. Yes, news stands in all the principal cities Mrs. Itoht. J. Walkrr'a. country where a sign similar to themtrlv.s the question; "Will my but this W probably but a 'drop In the of the "oy. grant-- d he it spared through the bucket to what they would learn were this is displajed: "Name your .town, we have the paper." And every travelconflict, return t his home, or will he thev with us. OF INTEREST TO BANKS. Every boy should receive his home er knows the thrill of pleasure with be content to remain In some other He should be able which be seized the old home sheet and In reK)iie to a letter from Secre country or some iithrr part of this psier regularly. tary of the Treasury McAdou the Tost country?" And this Is a question we each week to tell all that is transpir- lost himself in the familiar contents. master General rules that there is no maall urll ask. When this war is ing bsck at home, and to have as it Whatever else your boy may be deview of the social prived of, be sure he has his homo paprovision of law under which a hank over there is going to be great Induce were a bird's-ey- e can send through the mails free of ment iur our ixiya io .eiiie unwn away and business life of hit home communi- per. It will pay well on the invest postage notice informing a client that rnm their homes and become citilens ty. Home associations should never be ment. and installment payment on account of of other countries. The war will serve permittrd to fade from his memory but Bonds purchased at the as a refiner, separating the frosa from should be renewed with every issue of I Litwrly GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. hanks is due; that this is a private the pure gold, and the young man who his home psper. In numbers of communities the home John Beazlev'a Admr.. et al, transaction between the bank and ita comes thrnurh with honor untarnished I'lIT. VS. NOTICE. customer, and It will tie illegal to fur will be eagerly sought to fill places of paper la being sent to every soldier Clarence Ueazley, et al, Uefts. who has gone from that community, nith hanks with franked cards or en honor and trust. Notice is given that as Commissioner velopes for use in sending such notices. Now we naturally are anxious that frequently through some public organ!-xatioof the Garrard Circuit Court I will ait No better action could be In my office our Iwys do not forget the old home or in Lancaster, Kentucky, taken bv a board of trade, commercial THE THIRD LIBERTY LOAN, become weaned from home associations club, home defense organization or any on We want them to carry ever with them TUESDAY. MAItCII 26. 1918, organization than to send each beginning at 9 o'clock A. M. to receive The campaign for the Third Liberty a vivid picture of the home joys and other against the estate of John Loan will be opened on the Oth of April, pleasures as they knew them before soldier his home paper for the duration claims the war. It will show to the boys Ileazley, deceased. All iiersons having the anniversary of the declaration of a Uncle Sam called them to sterner- - du of claims against said John Ileazley'a esstate of war between the United Statea ties. We want their allegiance to ho'd that not onlv have the folks at home tate are notified to file same with me to the old home with all the old home not forgotten a single one of them, but verified accordinar to law. and (lermacy. they are alto determined that not a W. H. HROWN. M. C. G. C. C. The amount, terms, and conditions stands for n their lives. of the loan are deiendei.t upon further legislation and will be announced as soon as Congress has granted the ntc essary owers. Secretary McAdoo chose the tith of April as the day to open the campaign aa the most fitting date to call for patriotic response to the summons to duty to every American, to ask from people at home the same fervent pat rlotism thai actuates cur gallant sons on the battlefields of France and on the waters of the Atlantic. Our Rug and Floor Covering Department Is well represented with some of the most beautiful patterns that we have shown $100.00 on up to $250.00 according to the number of pieces and quality. It will pay you to visit our store and see the quality of these suites offered nt thess extremely low prices. Sapp-Slat- Furniture Co. furniture sysjsysssy -- - - - -..AjMafcjfcShA ssyaSBtjrpaysasassssw ww tststsaj Swift & Company Publicity ! FARMER'S COLUMN I Ismus p,r below thl, bestiui tt tor lbs tieln ire u.e ol our isrmfi ub.erlber,. and U tor tne isle ot slock, tiaiu and such Iblttit ou farm a, lbs farmer eauiiol afford to adrcr tlw. No uoilca will be accepted our lour o Lints ol lbs lines, slut will beouljrlu si oar. Irt ol cttsrss "" mini if Manure wanted now. Let me know you want our stable cleaned out. K. C Cheatum. I'hono 3.2-A- . Ileana for seed. $9.00 Jacob White, Paint Lick, It, F. H. 2. For white Navy per bushel. First Clan Seed Corn for Sale. V. F. I'rewitt, It. F. I). I, Thone For fodder. 3Sfi-(- i. Sale-Sov- eral hundred shocks of, IM-A- I'refer to feeJ on place. K. 0. Cheatham, phono . At a recent hearing of the Federal Trade Commission there was introduced correspondence taken from the private files of Swift & Company, which showed that the Company had been considering for some time an educational advertising campaign. The need for this publicity has been apparent to us for several years. The gross misrepresentation to which we have recently been subjected has convinced us that we should no longer delay in putting before the public the basic facts of our business, relying on the of the American people. The feeling against the American packer is based largely on the belief that the income and g of the producer and consumer are adversely affected by the packers' operations, resulting in unreasonably large profits. Swift & Company's net Drofit is reasonable, and represents an insignificant factor in the cost of living. For the fiscal year 1917 the total sales and net profit of Swift & Company were as follows: well-bein- good l'oland China FOK SALK-Th- ree Hoars and one Aberdeen Angus Dull Ray & Amon. Calf. $875MOOO. Profit 1 Farmers who have seed corn engaged from me can get same March 26th. Two busheli each to Come promptly. II. L. KELLY. 25 farmers. FOR SALE A good Jack and young stud coming three yean old, solid bay and a good one. Will sell worth the V. E. Foley, Hackly, Ky money. t LOST-Wl- ilte and lemon spotted hound pup about six months old. Gone about thaee weeks. Iteturn to C, 11. Warren, Bryantivllle. Ky Thone 40-- $34,650,000. This is equivalent to a $3,465. profit on a business of $87,500. If would cattle, pound Swift & Company had made no profit at all, the cattle raUer have received only of a cent per pound more for hla or the consumer would have saved, only of a cent per on dressed beef. one-eigh- th i, Swift & Company, U. S. A, Severe penalties are provided for those who neglect or evade the law. Lick. Kentucky. Tor false or fraudulent return there Is a penalty not exceeding $2,000 fine or year's Imprisonment, or both, plus 100 per cent of tax. For failure to make return on or before April 1. 1918, fine is from $20 to $1,000, plus CO per cent, of tar due. Fine Cut Flowers. Upturns must be died with the Collector of Internal Revenue of district In which you live. John M. McRoberts. An agent may tile return for a person who Is 111, absent from the country or otherwise Incnpacltnted. W. A. WHEELER Kach return must be signed and sworn or nRlrmed by person executDENTIST ing It. Single persons are nllowed $1,000 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. exemption In computing normal tax. A married person living with wife Office over Stormes Drug; Store. Is allowed $2,000 exemp(or tion, plus $200 for each dependent Hours 8 12 a.m. 14 p.m. 7:30-9p.child under 18. A head of family, though single. Is BOOKKEEPING nllowed $2,000 exemption If nctunlly RuaInata.Phaaanraaliv supporting one or more relatives. TYPEWRITING and Returns muit show the entire TELEGRAPHY amount nt earnings, gains and profits WILBUR R SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE received during the year. Itt Prt1tMit hu Trn( tiiwrltnrf) to mfTMiU Officials nnd employees are not taxatnrl ttnklntf bualbMt. 1m e Tr tMnrttfnr TO.1 I mr mnn wmB i tirrsit. ver r.nirr now, ble on the salaries or wages received sjTTILnt'R K. MHITII.LxlsiT1a, Hr. from a state, county, city or town In the United States. Interest on state nnd municipal bonds Issued within the U. S. Is "exempt from federal Income tax and Now is the time to plant your should he omitted. Orchard, Lawn uud Garden. Interest on United States government bonds Is also exempt, except on Our large descriptive catalog of Individual holdings of Liberty Fours In reliable $5,000 par value. excess of Dividends arc not subject to normal tax, but must be reported and Included In net Income. Gifts and legacies are not Income and should not he Included on the rePoturn of the beneficiary. IJfe Insurance received as a beneficiary or as premiums paid back at etc., is free upon inquiry. maturity or surrender of policy Is not Income. Write for free Catalogue No Agta. Payments received for real or personal property sold Is not Income, but & Sons. the profit reallied thereon Is Income for the year of sale. Lexington. Kentucky. " Amounts received In payment of notes or mortgages Is not Income, but the Interest on such notes or mortgages Is taxable Income. From the entire gross Income certain allowances are made In arriving at The net Income. 'Necewnry expenses actually paid In the conduct of business, trade or profession may be claimed. $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs A farmer can claim payments for for fall labor, seed, fertlllrer, slock feed, re- $1.00. Write for particulars and FREE pairs on buildings, except his duelling; FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells repairs of fences and farm machinery, what to plant, bow to plant and when materials and small tools for Immedi- to plan', ate use. The amount of rent paid for a farm SINGER, THE FLORIST may also be claimed as n tenant farmer's extxuse. HARRODSBURG, KY. ROUTE, P. I'asiiients for ilve stock arc allowable If l ourht for resale, nut If bought for breeding purposes cattle arc an InHUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. vestment, not nn expense, and cannot be allowed. This Agreement Witnesseth; That A storekeeper can claim amounts the game en our paid for ndertlslng, clerk hire, tele- in order to protect years wr phone, water, light and fuel, nlo dray-ag- e lands for a period of three nnd freight bills and cost of op- bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, erating and .repairing wagons and permit anybody else to do so, ana we trucks. further agree to prosecute witlr dlll- -, A physician can claim cost of his gence all persons who violate the game-- , professional supplies, rent, office help, laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our ' telephone, exjH-ns- e of team or automo- , lands for the purpose of hunting. And bile mil In making professional calls we further agree to act a Vrpvty and expenses attending medical con- I Game Wardens for the purpose of cAl ventions. A dentist can claim similar Items, rvlng out this agreement. Except each except team or auto expense, which of us have the right to kill rabbits on our Tarms or permit it to be done by are pot necessary In hla profession. Hxpentcs that aro personal or con- another under our supervision, or the nected In any way with the support or supervision of some responsible and well being of a person or family are reliable person selected by us. not allow able. inis iMovemuer jotn, lilts. Tho costs ot machines, Instruments, .1. L. Elkln. J. E. Robinson. vehicles or Implements that are more M. Farra, W. 11. Brown. or leas permanent In character are not Ino. W. II, Burton. Alex Walker. allowable as an expense. They are InHaselden Bros., vestments. T. A. Elkln, Interest paid on a mortgage or other J. II. Dalton. F. 11. Tinder. ersonaI Indebtedness Is allowable on John II. Smith. Logan Hubble. a personal return. J. N. Ross, 0. M. Deshon, AH taxes paid within the year can Fisher Herring, II. B. Cox. be taken out on a federal return, exHughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, cept federal Income taxes. Inheritance Withers Bros. W. M. ilshsn. taxes and assessments for local ImWilliam, Marcus and Jim White. provements. B. F. Wilmot, Losses sustained In business or J. I). I'ope, through fire, storm or shipwreck or by Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, theft, except when compensated by In- J, .V. Elmore, W. U. Cook, surance or otherwise. T. Rankin. Huffman Bros, Wear and tear of rented buildings or Sam Cotton, Wm, G. Anderson, machinery used In business may be T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. B. Moss claimed. Jno. M. White, Tou can also claim the amount paid It. E. Henry. Bright Herring. to the lied Cross and to other charita- A. D. Bradshaw, ble, religious or educational organisa- R. L. Barker. Scott Huffman tion to the extent ot 13 per cent. Of Wm. and LUtle Onstott. your net Income. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Honaker TREES tatoes, Strawberries, Fruit and Shade Tres Small Fruits, Shrubs, Evergreens, GraDe; Asparagus, Seed H.F.IIillenmeyer Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting ir a - The Contral Record, Thursday, Mch 21, 1918. WE HAVE THE BEST PAINTERS AND TRIMMERS IN TOWN. 5 OVERHAUL YOUR CAR WHILE YOU CAN'T USE IT. N URGENT FOR YOUR APPEAL n CONSIDERATION, It Is A Proven Fact That you must lace square from the shoulder that K. M. Arnold has built the best buggy that money could buy for the last fifteen years and they have given satisfaction in every locality. THE WORD "ARNOLD" STANDS FOR QUALITY AND A SQUARE DEAL. For the year 1918 we hope to build the largest and most complete line of buggies with more real value for your big dollar than we have ever offered to you before, considering the high price of material. We buy in large quantities for the least cash dollar and it will ennble us to have the right buggy at the right price-Iaddition to our line we have added four lines of automobiles. The Olds and Oakland Six. the Inter-Stat- e and Chevrolet Four. There has been wonderful changes in the last year and you must see the car to appreciate the value of the 1018 models. A Sensible Talk About Auto Tires First The right kind of tires that have a universal reputation behind them. Tires that have made good in every climate, in fact in every town, in every cross road, and at the riglit prices. We want your tire business and we are making every inducement to get it. Write phone or call in person and talk it over. To Buy Or Sell It will pay you to consult us. If you have n car to sell list it with us. Our Advertisement reaches fie counties. On the through the local papers mid through the mail, which Is sure to bring you n quick buyer. In many cases v.e buy the car straight out. If you wunt a new or old car, ve have the goods and our prices are rock tltom. It will pay you to trade with us. s Use Monticello Gasoline Havoline Oil Bring Back Your Five Gallon Can and we will Fill it at the Old Price, Best on Earth. $2.00 See the Oldsmoblie for yourself. It Is strictly highcl'ass in Material, Workmanship, Finish and modern In design. We want to show you whether you buy or not. LOOK AT, SEE THE OLDSMOBILE WINDOWS $2.00 1.00 2.99 1.50 2.08 OUR SHOW AND SEE WONDERFUL BARGAINS. Ford Ford Radiator Covers Thermite Double Arm Shook Absorber- Good A. K. Hand Horn Klaxon Hand Horn, the best medium priced Horn on the market Ford Spark Plugs. Champion X . . . . A. C. Spark Plugs '. Old Sol Spot Light, best on the market Inside Dash Light, complete with bulb Brass Oil Can and Holder Holder alone Slip-ovTop for Ford, with back curtain and stays, no side er 3.99 65c 25c 10c Porcelains.... Columbia No. C. Dry Cell Batteries Tail Lamp, complete with bulb Two Cylinder Pump, black finish Lock Nui Washers, per can assorted Cotter Keys, per can, assorted 50c 75c 30c 30c 75c 1.25 10c 10c Chains, as long as they $ 2.00 last Wind Check for Ford wind 75c shield Extra Henvv Two Cylinder f2 and $2.50 Pumps Extra Henvy Threw Cylinder 5.00 Brass Pump 10c J Petcock Wietuhes Ford Radius Pods 75c Robe Kails, Black or Nickel---- . 50c All Steel Pliers, full bright 25c All Steel Pliers, black 20c 1.75 Tool Boxes Channel Bumpers, fit any car, $350 to $5.00 either black oJ nickel All Steel Auto Monkey Wrench 40c Good Heavy .... curtains ?800 Great reduction sale on Inner Tubes of 10 and 5 per cent on mnking Kelly and Good-ric30x3, 53.21; 30x3M. 54.10. In the Goodrich 30x3, $2.01; 30x3K, f.3.21 and all other sizes in proportion. To Make a Long It t!oc not pny to let everyone tinker with your car. It can be Uone with half the coat bv a man who know exactly what lie la doing and he will not damage your car while working on it. We have with ua the old reliable auto mechanics, llnw Potter and Shackelford. They know exactly what they art! doing, there is no gueaaing they One thing that we will make it wmk. want to mention if that we can rebuild your car, retrim and repaint all under the lame contract and under the lame roof. Story Short f . CHEVROLET AGENCY gSffs, BOYLE, LINCOLN AND GARRARD. OAKLAND AGENCY BOYLE, LINCOLN AND GARRARD. , Arnold Buggy Works and Garage. R. M. ARNOLD, Proprietor. UWOjvirsajBl 2nd Street Danville, Ky.