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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 28, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918032801_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 28, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH TEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 28. 1918. (iet your Kaster hats from Itella Arnold Krancis. NUMBER 53. 6Fm 3f1BE LECTURE AT PAINT LICK. PLOWING gear together. TIME See tis for tested seed corn. IIikNoii, Hughes & Fiirnau. When Illlly Sunday finishes in Chicago Hilly needs will go to France. rest and quiet. Mr. Hoover lays we may eat all the apples we want. He should have said all we can get". in. law. in order Get your plows and plow Prof. C. A. Keith, of lUchmond, will lecture at the Paint Lick school build ing, Friday night, March 29th, at 7:30 o'clock. The topic of the lecture will he "Childhood's Pictures". A great treat Is In alore for thole who attend and we predict n good crowd will take advantage of the opportunity to hear him. P HEADQUARTERS FOR AmericairFence ORIGINAL ANDGENUINE There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait ui.tll you are ready to hitch up. ,We have REX GARAGE SOLD. That fellow who married his mother to avoid the draft, As advertised the Itex Garaire was evidently wasn't Buffering from any sold last Saturday afternoon through want of courage. Swinebroad. the real estate man. at public auction, the price paid being Cremo Dairy Feed will make 18,51X1. Mr. J. I. Hamilton was the your cow give more milk. purchaser and people who know seem Hudson, Hutflius &. I'linimi. to think It a good investment, as the property readily rents for $900 a year. I.lttle Finland asked for h son of the Capt. Am (iourne was the auctioneer. kaiser as her ruler, and the kaiser sent The property was owned jointly by his armies ahead to be sure nf the right Messrs Parker Gregory, W. F. Champ what you need. Come and see. Conn ft Brothers. 11111 IE LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. pro Maryland voted for nation-wid- e It l lloslon ia to have whale meat. hoped the whale won't crowd the hum-hi- e hibition hut decided to keep her aupply of Ihhjic on hand in a Iriendlv effort to heart oir the platter. quench those Wa.hinKton thirsts. ui!Keated that the wild It hat been are hut iiIm) Inc the The profiteers seem tn have rounded cat distillers ltusinesa aa up alt the food. Now let the govern injunction. ment round up the profiteers anil we II uiual" have the vcea with the iroodj on them oVrn in I Holland aeema to have Dutch" on the shipping question. Since Uncle Ham has taken over the It'a a cae of "d d if you do and d d ' railroad he can sympathize with the car, fellow who huts n second-hanjf you uon'l" with Holland, ! It'a not in the original cost, it'a in the The highest grades of Cut upkeep. Flowers the season affords, It ii uncertain which ia doing the shooting theae days the for Easter. Your order ap- quickest buda at home or the Amrri American delivered can boya abroad. Iloth are working preciated and promptly. Billy Miller. I for a great summer victory. Monday Night. April . at 1- - ROMANS OPERA HOUSE Wm. Fox Production of RL A. Welsh's Master Drama kind of a reception for the kid. The and Walter Hammack and was sold to kid might get lost. desolve the partnership. kaiser ia wise-t- he All honor to Captain Archie Itoo-e- velt! That honorable wound, received CIRCUIT COURT ABOUT OVER while bravely battling at the front, One more day will wind up the three will go a long way toward reconciling the people here at home to any little weeks term of the Garrard Circuit they may not like about court. John L. Hopkins charged with oil waylaying and shooting Jess Urock last the Colonel. summer, was given a sentence of one Harper, in 'his eandldacv for year in the penitentiary. Victor McKlnley United States Senator, demands the Schooler charged with breaking into a rpi-ttat nnr trrmlia from France. house on the farm of J. T. Itaney, was Couldn't somebody get Victor to do given one yeur in the pen. Kinnaird some electioneering over in Canada; I'avell who broke into the cash draw conThose Canadians have a mighty er of the deKt, was sentenced to two vincing way of answering arguments year id the pen. of that kind. The grand jury has adjourned, hav ing returned only a few indictment!. m That message of sympathy from President Wilson to the people of Ku.-ai- a TIDE OF BATTLE TURNS. was not only the expression of the aentimrnt of the American people, but GLRMANY LOSES 400,000 MEN IN master stroke of policy as well. Lenine and his kind have never rep WEEKS DRIVE. resented the masses of the people of Itussia. and it Is not beyond the bounds Germany's 'supreme effort to break of (Missibillty that her teeming millions the Allied front in the west apparently may yet develop a Moses who will lead is no nearer accomplisement today than tnem from German bondage to the it was on the day the great drive startlight and liberty of the free peoples of ed, and she is estimated to have lost the earth. 400.000 men in the futile effort during less than a week's lighting. She has not given up the attempt, FINE COLT. however, the advices from the front ItoliL Fox reports the foal of n bay indicting that her forces are massed stud Colt aired by the good horae for a drive in the region of Iloye and 20,, dam by Gambetta Noyon in an effort "Wiltondale" to break through U Wilke 'Jnd dam by Nuthurst S;12. there, as a preliminary to a rolling up Wiltondale was recently sold by his process either to the north or bouth. M. Jones of Lexington to owner. It. The Entente line, as it now runs. F.astern parties for $1000. with British, French and Americana standing together, presents an unbrok en front throughout the battle area. PROMPT SETTLEMENT. There has been a slowing down in the Wjthln four daya after th destrucGerman pressure north of the Somme, his home by fire, Mr. George except possibly in the vicinity tion of ot AlItcbinaon, waa handed a check for his bert, where the British are holding iniurance, $2,500. by the local agent, doggedly. Mr. J. A. Ileatley, who represents the In the Noyne region and along the New York Underwriters, in which line of the Oise to the east the French, company the policy was written. by their valiant defense, having likewise compelled the Teutons, weakened SOLDIER TOBACCO FUND. by their ceaseless efforts and heavy losses, to relax the force of their Mr. Kd C Gainea sent tn hia contri- pressure. Tobacco Fund, bution to the Soldiers the tobacco being recently sold on the THIRTY-ON- E COLORED MEN Danville market for a total of $17.55. This tobacco was donated by the farm- To Leave For Camp Zacharr Taylor ers of the county and given to Mr. Friday Morning. Gainea to be forwarded. ' Wire Fence, Vulcan Plows Collars, Britchen, Hames. s er 51' 1 HASFLDEN w mm mm mm RMS w mm m mmw w 1": Lancaster, Kentucky IE 3E)E Street, one block from the square and carry at all times, the best of New Meat Market We are now open on Richmond I Fresh Meats and BROWN C& ESTES mv 1111 irl ii li Groceries Phone 199. m Your Patronage will be appreciated. Goods delivered. i V. S. HATFIEM), ( 1 1 Dentist. i.tisM.o Office 5. Residence 376. Abb WORK GUARANTEED, bancastcr, KjJ. H the R IN - SYSTEM Reels-1- 0 of 10-8ripp- ing Laughs, Thrills, Tears and Cheers The Greatest Human Story ever told. A Society Drama of Love and Adventure also depicting many exciting scenes of Western life upon the Mexican Border. A thrilling battle between the U. S. Soldiers and the Mexican Revolutionists. Don'jt Miss This Big Ex- traordinary Production. AMISSION: 6 CENTS. 11 CENTS AND IS CENTS The break was a painful one, between posed entirely of colored men, 31 in the elbow and wrist and will probably number, and ia the first to leave this necessitate him carrying it in a tllng county. They will be sent to Cairp Zachary Taylor. The following ia the for scleral weeks. complete list of thoae who have been notified to report. PATRIOTIC TALK. Frank McGarven, Marcellus, Dr. Ganfield, president of Centre Dillard Wye, Lancaster, College, in the interest of the Y. M. Lige Itobinson, Lancaster, C. A. gave a splendid tain to theachnol Kdgar Smith, Marcellus, children of the Lancaster Graded School Fred Herring, Lancaster, Tuesday afternoon. The talk waa Herbert Salter, Lancaster, along patriotic lines and those who Kd Francis, Lancaster, were fortunate enough to hear him, Howard liuford, Lancaster, were well repaid by hia eloquent and Itollie II. llurnsidca, llryantaville, Tom Jones, Lancaster, patriotic address. James Miller, Lancaster, Price Logao, Marcellus, new Thomas Hughes, Markabury, Mr. I.. C Gulley tendered his resig. Cornelius Warren, Lancaster li. It. 3. nation as treasurer of the Lancaster Hugh M. Tarrcnce, Lancaater, Graded School last week and Miss Minor Hamilton, Kuena Vista, Frankio KaulTman was appointed by Fred Mayfield, Marcellus, Miss Charlie Mitchell, Stanford, It. 4. the trustees to succeed him. Kaulfmun can be found at tho luw of. Alfred Dunn, Marcellus. Sam Nelson Davis, Marcellus, Ilcea of her brother, Mr, II. Clay KaulTman , over the post oflice, where those Joe Itice, Lancaster, desiring to pay their school tax may General llaker, Louisville, 1G09 Walnut, Clifford Ingram,' llryantaville, call. Charlie Leavell, Crab Orchard, It 2. Itaymond Miller, Lancaater It 1. WORLD DEMOCRACY. Gilbert llroaddus. Point Lick It 3. "We feel ourselves to be intimate William J, Purdom, Lancaster, partnera of all the governments and peoples associated together John Itay, Uourne, Cabell 1). Duncan, Lancaater, against the Imperialists." Wilson's message, to Congreas, Jan- liud Crutcher, Ilichmond, It 1. George Denny, Paint Lick. uary 9th. 1918. ALTERNATES. If you cannot see tu read the great war messages of the President, THE William McCoy, Lancaster, IlYltNE OPTICAL SEHVICB will Ornelyoua Jennings, Lancaster, help you. In Lancaster two more days Shirley Sadler, Lancaster, FHIDAY and SATUltDAY, 29th. 30th. Itobert Dunn, Lancaster, It 2. The last increment of the first draft ARM BROKEN. has been ordered to report, for military Mr. George Patterson, our local I., duty and the local Exemption Hoard ho and N. agent, had the misfortune to been ordered that they be mobilized get his arm broken last Thursday while here tomorrow, Friday morning, at attempting to crank an automobile. eight o'clock. Thia increment is com- schooTTreasurer. The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. 18 Years Experience. 12 Years in Central Ky At Kengarlan Hotel, LANCASTER, TWO MORE DAYS Friday and Saturday 29-3- 0 J.J.BYRNE OPTOMETRIST I have no and OPTICIAN. Partners and I Employ no A Cents. The Central Record, Thursday, Men 28. 191 8. Easter Togs FOR THE DISCRIMINATING DRESSER. We are showing for Spring, a large and varied assortment of Woolens for the young man in snappy materials, and more conservative weaving for the older gentleman in the newest, best and most reasonably priced, there is on the market. Your suit is here and you will exercise good judgment in buying now before the high fall prices. Keith Special in Quality Hat. Latest Leghorns and I'annmns. 'Fancy Display of SPRING NECKWEAR Just Opened. Sill Shirts in Fancy Plaids and Stripes. SILK HOSIERY I Newest effects In Silks and Lisles. ARMY SHOES OVER THE Fancy and Solid colors. MUNSEN FL0RSHE1M STANDARD LAST ffvt Clothes Full line of this Famous Brand in all the new Spring 1918 lasts. Who Cares" Let US fit you up ALL OVER for EASTER. Have your foot fitted with "The Shoe for the Man FRAT SUITS FOR MEN $18. to $27.50 Logan & Anderson Bros. LANCASTER WIDOWER CONGRATULATED. "Since my wife's death, five years ago, I have fullered greatly f'om stomach and liver trouble and gas attacks. I lost over 60 lbs., and nt times Cremona Violins. was as yellow as salT'on. .My doctors Smalt splinters of the wood of old could not help me. Six doses of Mayr's violins, when ltrated with Wonderful Itemedy have entirely cured t lomoiiii liow, hate been found to the Inva- me. I have regained my weight and ' ly the same note, r.nd that note Is every one it congratulating me how u tone higher when the wood well 1 look." It is a simple, harmless en from the belly of the lustra-- j t preparation that removes the catarrhal than when It comes ,'roin the mucus from the intestinal tract and allays I lie inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intesImmortalised Pets. tinal ai'men's. irclu ling appendicitis. Torts have generally put their pets One dor will cinvl ice or muney re- - Into their poem. (!rny wrote a wonfunJed. derful poem on tho sad event of his faIt. E. McltOUEIiTS. Druggist. vorite cat lielng drowned In ln goldfishes' howl. Cowprr chronicled the wny his spaniel luh gathered him a Not Quite So Uppish. The fact Is, we may during the cur-re- water Illy he could not reach himself, yenr chance our whole nltlttule to- and made n charming poem of the sad ward lien Duvl apples mid carrots. fact of his rat being shut Into a drawWith row liver for breakfast yeterday er; whilst Hums put his collie, Ijiuth, and ii roseate outlook for another dose Into one of his finest poems, "The Two of mMlt stew tomorrow, the things Dogs." we wire deplsed nre now losing much of their hatefulncss. Houston Post. Seal Used en Our Paper Money. days A relic of the revolutionary i ten wi. were not let a nation still Carillon. TliN Is the name ghen to n set of n rialns on our puler money, says the hells urrunged In uih u wny as to be IViMilur Science Monthly. Tlie seal capable of giving forth u regular tune, ' . Irh npiieuni on eiery bill Issued by or melody. A much greater number tin. eovernment contains the ahhre- if hells Is required for a Carillon than 1 till words "ThesHiir. Amer. Septent. Is hung for n general peul of bells. A ttiffll." The full nhriise Is "Thesauri large peal of dells consists of 10 or 12, Americana Reptentrlomalls Slglllum." rhlle u Cntillon may consist of as many which simply means "Seal of the Our as 30 or 40. Tronmry of North America." tPMliiiriiUlutl nuccMors felt that If a thing were to be said with dignity. It A Novel Treatment. Wherever there Is n hay window one had to he said In IJitln. Invariably associates It with n window seat. A departure from this Is n broad Discovery of Castsr Island, window hhelf to hold here and there nearly leister Island was n potted plant, or u book or two. Th? 200 years ago by the Dutch Admiral one drawback to this feature Is that I'oggeviin. who rust anchor there on one Is too apt to clutter It with nn Suiidtiy, whence It derived If the broncl expanse of shelves Its Easter name. found It more lurgely Is kept clear this treatment Is both populated lie It Is now, Cut he mid than restful and decorative. Ids crew must huvo seen and Choosing a Wife. It was Sir John More, father of the mure famous Sir Thomas, who said: "I would compare tho multitude of women which art! to be chosen for wives unto u bag full of snakes having turning them u tingle eel. Now, If it Hints should put his hand Into this bag, he may chance to light on tho eel; but It Is it hundred to one he Miull be stung by n snake." Sir John hud evidently lighted on it "snake," which accounts for his lack of chlvulry. marveled nt Its bold rock sculpture. Its terraces and walls, Its picture writings, Muny of these. Indeed, rival the world-famou- s relics of Mexico and l'eru, while they are strangely akin to them In conception und design. Superstition. the Hindus und Kzyptlans was carried to the moon, mouv e (iulierniitls says: "The pagan sua-- 1 i riuhes under bis foot the mouse uUht. When the iat" uway the wilt play. The shadows of nlgnt Moon Among i zw PERFECTION CLOTHES FOR BOYS $5.00 to $12.00 j i i T i j GREAT WA MASS MEETING f Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Haye Seen the Columbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine tlie Columbus. Strongly built of the best iossiblo material the Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory service for the longest period of years. There is tio secret in the notedly long life of the Columbus wagon. It is the result of the methods employed in construction. There is so uood in this wagon d which has not been ULcUr shelter from one to two years. The axles and tho 6xAe3 of the wheels are hickory; the bounds, bolsters and sandboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is straight grained flawless pine. These are just a few examples of the earn which is taken to make this wagon as reliable as po&sible. Tho result is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability ami endurance. Come in and examine it for yourslf. We know you will bo pleaseJ. to be held at the Court House in Lancaster Saturday, April 6th, at two o'clock p. m. The people should be aroused and Informed. Everybody come no money asked for, ONLY YOUR PATRIOTISM TO BE SHOWN. Meetings in all parts of the county to follow this one. The time and places to appear in this space next week. GOOD SPEAKERS TO BE ON HAND This spare pnlrioiicilly contriliuleil by tlie three Imtiks of I .minister. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. DC 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Ulght now this Country is calling for men 'of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glorr triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importarce of good health, both as an individual and national asset. office, It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this that everybedy should guard their health as a priceless When you find yourselt running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as Is the case with everybody at times. You ougli to come to Nature's relief und take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R Legally ijtiarnnteed to satisfy you. or meney bark If you'll do that, vou will not 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 SOl'E Is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar. 3 ban 25c Try our C0WU0Y LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 60c bottles. STORMES DRUGSTORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. KY. Dakoto 3720-3- 1 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, 3E IE DC DC Japanese Teas the Best. One featuro which murks tea curing In Japan Is the proverhlul cleanliness which Is characteristic of the Japanese jHsiple. The rules of sanitation are strictly observed by the tea growers of Japan. Not only tho health und sanitation of workers lire strictly examined by local tea associations, hut also the process of curing Is Inspected with Light and the Color Scheme. greut core. Japanese teas huve never Did you eirr wish that you could get artificially colored us have been electric light bulbs to match the color lieen teas from some other countries. scheme of jour iiku.i1 If so, you tuny be glad to know, If )ou have not al"Irish" Potatoes Unknown In Ireland. ready discovered tho trick for your"We neak In this country of the self, that you may color them ut home to suit your own taste. It Is very simIrish potuto," remarked II. (). Conpulnts, ple. Just buy soiiiu water-colo- r ner, a nutlve of Ireland, at the "Nobody In Ireland would know a soft brush, und set to work. Yon v. li.it Is meant by on 'Irish' potato. muy paint them utiy shade tlmt you There are five distinct varletlea of po- desire., and get 11 lovely effect of softtato In Ireland the Champion, which ened light through tho puluted glusa. Is the potuto we call In America the Fur Instance, If your lllug room Is Irish potato; the White Hock, the done In shades of brown and yellow, Leather Coat and the Skerry, which Is you can get u beautiful sunshiny light n cross between the Irish po- through bulbs painted n delicate yeltato and tho yam," Washington Star. low, Christian Silence Moultor, Facts About Prolific Fish. to yield 4,000,-'sTho cod la rgpt inch season. As many us "Iglit, nine, and even nine and n half million eggs huve. been found 111 the -in' of a single rod. An eel was caught By Ramey Denmark Srniland some years ngo which whs Ho by Hamlet U'J by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 61. ':' Indies long and weighed about two ovary was ubout 12 The lingers Denmark, 1st dam Miss Ogden by Drennon Denmark in mills. n hen long us It lay In the fish, but Und dam Miss Wallace, by llutler Denmark, by Hamlet 113 v lien opened out It was nearly .'10 He is ten years old. dark bay with white star, 1S hands, showng all the lr lies In length, and it was calculated gaits under saddle. lie is just as good Individunl as his pedigree would Indicat ' I lids contUned upwurd of lO.OdO,-egghas .roved a good sire, his colts having good action, lots of style and eefl'y rivaling. If not surpassing, ami controled. This horse will make the season of 1918 at the farm of It. K. Conn '' rod In this respect. on White I.lck, 2J mites south west of faint I.lck, at ROGERS DENMARK 416 $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ii ,w At samo time and place will stand my splendid live year old Jack a rn :. .; I -- 1 i n it nun i.ruu ut Yu uiiii vi uj hi iiiciirn n iiviiiu n i a inoui o u luinn i.nn uuili j JOHN OKAY is a gray Jack, IS hands high, good bone und ear and con sidered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood. He is royally bred being by Long Tom, he by Win. Todd's big Jack, I by Marmsduke. 1st dam by Hilly llierkiiiridgc, he by Ilourbon Chief, 2nd dam by Uourhon Chief. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Lien retained on colt until season Is psid. Set son due when mare is bred to another bono or jack, or sold or parted with. TT T ST. Xl. Route No. 3. J1M IN , Paint Lick, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 28, 1918. Three Brothers By ALAN HINSDALE To get quick relief take BSU New Discovery, Used SO years. Checks the cold. Stops the cough. Try it. AT Q Sold by all druggists py. r Dr. Kings 9 (CoplliM, HII, W..l.t N.w.p.p.r UalM.) f Iteforo the rftent Herman attack In Italy tlir Italian and the Austrian were fighting In the mountains, the former slowly working their way down town nl Trlnftr. It was slow work. The Italians after pulling guns up n declivity would spend months In reducing the works, of the Austrian on n height "here they had established thcmstlvca Hi the other tldn of n depression In 'the mountain'. Thru they would take up the Niltlon the Austrian had left, would' establish themthe Austrian selves on another defensible hstcht, and the work of reductlou would hrglu again. In the Italian artillery forces there nan n dinner named Lulgl Mnrlul, though ho una known only to hit fellow soldiers as I.ulgt. lie was n artillerist. Kschewlng the tniHleru contrivances for range Undine, he would aim his piece and It required hut or three (.toils from him tn strike an otiject ncros a valley several tulles hrond. He did sueh good work that his ollloers did not attempt to Impress their Instructions upon him, hut left him to demolish hreiist works unit dlsmiuitle Kilns any way he saw tit. When I.ulcl's Run was once tn lisl-tloIt was alii)s placed hehliid u rook It was left him to serve, the rest of the squad colngtoothcrdutle. (July one rierson rciuulned, n stripling Imi)-- , on his named Arturlo with no face, who helHd him while limiting the gun. When Arturlo was not thus he would he picking off the Austrian with Ida rifle, lie seemed demoted to l.ulgl nml hoth ere ntlnched to tlie pun. They were known among the troop as the three lirothers, Lulgl, Arturlo, ii ml the gun. At one time the three brother were operating aero a alley mi narrow Hint they niuld use ImiIIi the gun and the rttle. Hut the enemy soon saw the necessity of stopping thl effective work. All olllrer with n wlr of glasses kept watch of the Italian lines ami lifter iiuhue located the stnt whence cume the allots (hut were doing so much damage, lie culled to one of his ouu gunners, pointed out the rock behind which Lulgt's gun nun stationed and told him to put It out of commission. The gunner liegnu to send shot to the location Indicated mid at the II fill shot two of the three limlher were knocked out. One wn I.tilicl, the other wn the gun. I.ulgl was killed ami the gun was tf'smntitlcd and rolled down the mountain side. Arturlo wus not Injured, hut he was thrown Into great grief tiy the loss of hi brothers, lie was found weeping ami wringing his hands. Thl was not considered very soldierly hut Arturlo had done such good work that his comrades were disposed to excuse him. "Which ore jou weeping for, Arturlo," asked a comrade, "I.ulgl or the gun J" "Itoth," wn the reply. "Well, cheer up; there are more guns Jut us good n the one Jou hare lost." "Yes, but there are no more LulgU." Arturlo grieved nil that day. Ill roptiiln ordered him to another gun. riler, but did not stick lie ohejiil tl to the gun. HI cnptaln found him behind the rnk which had protected I.ulgl' gun. "What I the matter with ouI" ask-r- d the captain, "lias the los of Jour gun takeu the courage out of you I (lo biuk to the gun to which I ordered j ou." Arturlo sahl nothing hut went hack to the station to which he hnd been ordered. Hut he una ueles there and those serving the gun told him that they hud no work for such u weakling, and he soon returniil to his original iHisltlon. The cnptaln huxlng no time to nttend to hi case he was left I here until the enemy were driven from their Hue across the valley, and took up ii stand further on. While the Italians were getting their gun ncros the vnllcy lowering them with ropes, nml raising them on the other side by r. the mine menu Arturlo went to The general hupiened to bo ktatidlug there Miioklng u cigarette. "General," said Arturlo, "I would like n discharge." "On what grounds, my boy)" "I nm the wife of I.ulgl Jlnrlnl." Tho man w ho dismounted so many uf the enemy' gunsl" "Ve, general." "I have heard of the three brothers. So you are tho last, and n woman." "Yes, general," ilia replied holding her rllle toward him. "I have ucnged the other. There are twenty-sevenotches on the stock, ,in( for each Austrian I have brought down with my . .fie since they killed my husband." The general examined tho rlllo anil ' the notches uduilrlugly. Then the 'ouiaii held her hat to the light. It J Jwiia perforated with hole. 4 "What does thl ineiiut" asked the general. held my bat above the rock behind gun hud been which my liusbund' p; ced, to ilrn mt the enemy's Are, ao that I could see who shot, I killed a many a fired ut It." "In other word you continued your You ure u bravo husband's work. tvoman. You shall go back to Italy, with a decoration." uid When Arturlo or Slgnnrn llorlnt left far lit borne In l'lsa, she wu cheered by bejr comrades till she had passed uut of' the Hues. for Coughs s Colds MAKERS Cleveland NcwYork For Easter The Evils f Constipation Leaving waste matcrUl in the Ixxly the system and blood and makes you liable to sick headaches, biliousness, nervousness nnd muddy skin. Try Dr. Kjng's New Life Pills. Prompt relief. At all druggists. T" poisons MANSE. Miss Kstil Walker continues very ill. Little Willie Mae Mirshbanks is very to 50 New Coats Just Received by Parcel Post. Tlicselin connection with our nltearfy good line tnnkes n very unusually large and vnried assortment from which to select. This Is a very nbnormal season nnd materials are so scarce that It is renllv easier to sell goods than it is to (Jet them from the makers. Prices range from $8.75, $12.50, $15., $19.75 on up to $45. in Black, Navy, Sand, Coverts, Quaker Gray, Pekin Blue, Etc. TAILORED SUITS. Atjallfprlces from $15. to $65. in all the best colors, and in spite of the great advances in Pure Wool materials, we are able to offer you many special values at $25. $32.50, $35. SILK DRESSES Silks are still practically at last years prices and if possible will be in greater demand than ever before. At present prices they are comparatively the cheapest dresses you canlwear. We show very many beautiful garments at $17.50 to $25. ill. Mrs. Henry Anderson is getting along nicely. Mrs. Roy Creech spent Sunday with homefolks. Mrs. Rhodus is suffering very much with a broken limb. Mrj. A. T. Bowling spent Thursday with Mrs. Iiurdett Ramsey. Miss Mae Anderson of Lexington is with her brother, Mr. Henry Anderson. Miss Dora Comes of Lexington is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jesse Dozier. Mr. Robert Anderson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Gmorv Howling. Maybe you can satisfy your conscience by buying a 50 Liberty llond, but we sort of doubt it. The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and claimed their little infant daughter. "Sulfer little children to come unto me and forbid them not. for such is the Kingdom of Heaven. COY Mrs. Hssie Vaught is very si-- k with smul.pox. Sanders Ilros have purchased a Ford touring car. Mrs. Joe Ray has been suffering with rheumatism. Mrs. Eliza McMillian was a recent Visitor near Danville, Wm, Clyde Sanders sold a mare to Herman Osborne for $200. John I). Favne of Okla, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Joe Ray. Miss Marie Ray is the charming vis itor of Misses Lida and Nell Kay. Angle and Clyde Sanders' made a bus iness trip to Brodhead, Saturday. Get J cur Easter hats from Rella Arnold Francis. Oscar Ray an! Hiram Carter were visitors last week of Mr. Robt Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Roystoa Ray were visitors Saturday nghl cf Mr. and Mrs Elijah McMillian. Miss Peachie Mae Sanders spent tl e past week wit1) her s'tters, Mesdames Pearl Hicks and Jewell Montgomery near Bourne. Mr. John Alex Mastoi and Miss Anne Simpson were quietly married at morning. Lancaster last Thursday Their many friends wish them much happiness and success. It would be interesting to have tte bovs who are dodging shrapnel in the trenches give their unvarnished opinion of the man at home who's haggling over a matter of one half of one per cent. A. B. Robertson & Bro. Danville, Kentucky. HURTS, but little kidney trouble since." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't I.sme every morning, achy and stilt ask for a kidney remedy get all day, worse when it's damp or chilly! Doan s Kidney Pills the fame that Suspect your kidneys and try the rem Mr. Pope had. Co. WHEN EVERY MOVE Koster-Milbur- n were put in good shape. I have had W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Oirector and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. edy your neighbors use. C. II. I'ope, farmer, Lexington Pike, Lancaster, says: "About a year ago I j had an attack of kidney trouble that put me down and out Mv back pained 'me dreadfully, I could hardly stoop over and it was very hard to straighten up. I couldn't got in any comfortable I read of Doan's position. Kidney Pills and bought them at U. E. Me- Roberts' Drug Stora. The aches and pains in my back left and my kidneys Props., Buffalo, N. Y. MAKKSMUKY a new uveriand. Mr. A. J. Itice has recovered Irom a several nays illness. Mr. Karl Curtis fell while plowing in the held from an attack of vertigo. Wm. Tuggle bought a pair of woik mules for $500 from Ike Naylor. Mesdames A. II. Sadler and Minnie Daly Ileitis were in Danville, Wednes day, shopping. Mr. Sidney Aldridge and Miss Irene Aldridge of Lancaster, were visitors at the Fork Sunday, A little daughter, Francis Genevieve, arrived March 17, to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Dalv. Mr. Hen Hughes nnd family of Lan caster rceie guests of .Mr. John and Miss Susan K. Sutton, Sunday. Mr. Irfslie Cunningham and family motored to Ilarrodsburg, Sunday to visit her brother, Mr. Ed Kerns. Mrs. J. W, Muhan will leave soon to visit her mother, Mrs. Smith of New comb, Tenn, and relatives at Jellico. Mr. Mason Pollaid and family and Miss Alice Sutton motored to Danville Sunday and were guests of Mr. Pollards sister, Mrs. Gila Cecil. Many of the farmers have taken ad vuntage of the lovely weather and much soil has been overturned preparatory to planting a large acreage of corn and tobacco. Mrs. Sara Muhan entertained the Ladies Working Society at u "iuilting bee" last Wednesday. It IS useless to say the hungry workers did justice to the splendid dinner the hostess prepared for the ocasion. A very enjoyable day was spent. Lucid Explanation. Jnne, being under the doctor's rare, lint good pills Doctor said: "Doctor K. was to see me, but Just gave me cluform." Vi answer from June, so John said: 'Junte, do you know what cluform V June bald: "No," and John said: 'Oh, Just something so you won't get our feelings hurted." e ns telling John K. gave. John Mr. Abner Hughes has purchased -- ffiiiiJ"rc We.take this means of thanking those who have assisted us in making a record of our business today, March 5th, as follows: Notes ttntl Mortuaries Cash itt Vault nml in Banks. Doittls nml Securities UaukimJ House Overdrafts $178.1-17.7- Thank YOU . Womea ! 82,7311.48 Capital Stock Surplus nnd Profits 5 10,000.00 10,513.05 Hero 13 a mcssaso to suffering women, from Mrs. W. T. Price, of Public, Kjr.: "I suffered with painful...", she writes. "I trot dowa with a weakness la my back ami limbs. ..I felt helplcE3 nnd discouraged...! had about given up hopes of ever being well again, when a friend Insisted I Take 07,880.00 3,000 00 DEPOSITS . Due to Banks .. $300,372.94 214.08 1.SI274 5333,100.1)7 f 333,1 00.97 CABOIl The Woman's TonFc In Assets One-Thir- d Million Dollars. t Let your name be added to our long list of near 900 pleased customers. Yon wJll receive our best attention and we will thank you Peoples Bank. Lick, Kentucky. Paint alone, and It cured me. I am stouter than I havo been in years." It you suffer, you can appreciate what It means to ba strong and well. Thousands of women glvo Cardul tho credit for their good health. It should help you. Try Cardul. At all E-drussUU. a short whilo I c.iw a marked difference. . . I grew stroneer rlcut I besan Cardul. - til II t The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 28 1918. Don! on getting your clothes all-wo- ol Chances FOR YOUR I jJ quality and snappy styles, but size now in fine we cant' tell what we will have later Woolens are bound to go higher and you can get late in the season this year, because woolens are scarce and hard to get. We have your fp V7; i MORE Notice th MONEY VLarx ilr iff rvcrUkl I!' rt Ma.i U.ll i ! right now than you can later, so get busy, come In and talk It over and we will reserve your pattern Two Hart, Schaffner 8c We can give you styles like these from our stock now, In all wool quality. Notice the patterns shown In our show windows this week. Stales Above $30. EASTER SUNDAY March 31st, 1918 Have your New Suit ready. Mens Suits $15., $18., $20., $22.50, $25., $27.50, Boys Knee Suits $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $8.00 $10.00 LET US SHOW YOU NOW. DON'T FAIL to get in the Easter Parade with an H. S. & House of Quality. Jas. W. Smith will become a permanent future emergencies. Hoard fori Lancaster Kentucky M. Suit. 1 brought under the milder sway of a new and better life, a life drawn from a purer fount? incorporated, If we would thus hope, we must not 1.00 a year, ssueo Weekly. lose sight of the fact that before every J. . ROBINSON. Editor. Easter there must be a winter a signify R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. death. Uessurrection does nut the bringing to life of the old. but the "ExEntered al the Post Office In LaDcaater, Ky. substituting for it a new life. as Seeond Class Mall Matter, cept a grain of wheat fall into the earth and die, it abideth alone," Is as letnber Kentucky Press Association true today as when it was uttered by and the great Apostle of the Truth. Eighth District Publishers League. Let us, then, who would look for an Easter of all creation, look to our own Lancaster, Kr March 28. 1918 hearts and lives and see if we have consigned to death all the vile and Rates For Political Announcements Ignoble passions so wont to foregathjr Let complex habitation. For Precinct and Citv Uffl:es '...$ fijO in that very our outlook upon life is ""or County Offices lu.00 us be sure that we may welcome the pure (or State and District Office 15.00 such that a spiritual spting shall unFor Calls, per line .10 growth that May the grain fold before our vision. 10 For Cards, per line of wheat, typical of the old man with For all publications In the inter all his passions, truly "fall into the est of Individuals or exprespince sunn I eartn ana uie , men in us sion of individual views, per such a flower of love and beauty line 10 arise shall dazzle our vision and enrapture Obituaries, per line 05 as our souls. TheCentral Record I FEDERAL GRAND JURY EASTER. Easter, the season when we incline our hearts to the nod of spring, is with c once more. Typical of renewed life, of restored vitality, it seems as though some of its force and significance had cone. It finds uu this time with all that makes life dear, (eopardized, and life's beauties married and tarnished by ruthlessness. It finds us in a death grapple with the forces of evil to retain the ideals to long typified by its ever joyous return. Taken from the myths and mysticisms of pagans, and grafted onto a christian stem, it has stood for centuries as a symbol of a risen Lord, a Lord who has triumphed over death and brought confusion to his enemies. It has been to human kind a source of inspiration, assuring them that though the forces of darkness may triumph for a season, there comes a time, when the deadness of winter shall have passed, when the good, the lovely, the pure and the itlive of earth shall rise up and put to rout all enemies and claim the sovereignty that Mother Nature has conferred upon them. And never did human conditions more loudly call for an Easier of the heart, the soul and the mind than in this yeai of our Lord 191S, Never was the human race more in need of the regenerating influences of a divine springtime than now. With many of earth's teeming millions wandering in freezing in the spiritual darkness, arctic regions of selfishness and greed, prowling in the under-worl- d of deceit and avarice, there is much need of an awakening. Dare we hope, that this Easter seat Can on will tee such an awakening? we bops to see during the year lying out before us, old passions and prejudices die and new and purer growths take their place? May we hope to see earth's millions calmed and soothed and dlvist.nl of the fever of avarice and hate that seems to dominate them, ana The worlds greatest battle is now lit-i- Indicls James Simpson For Treasonable waged on the Western front, with Iterances. the result that the heroic Ilritish have brought to a check the German ou"en-Isiv- e. The toll of death of the enemy I The Federal grand jury at Frankfort Inttnlclnt. in mna fnrmntinn I. nnt I found two indictments against James definatelv known, but is conceded to I e ""." i the " enormous, the small amount of terii- Mr. Simp- -' torv gained being out of alj proportion ""'"d Sttet Government. to the price paid in the enemies loss of on w" ""inged before I'nited Matijamu, .1 uaiivitiv life. No longer any doubt exi Its of tbe Allied armies to hold the lines. several weeks ago, under a warrant charged with the same ulfene and was The giving of ground and bending of Fed- was the lines would be contemplsted in such discharged. It ,ook then that the ,ul ,he m,u" a huge attack attended with such indictments, of men. There is nothing discouraging resulted in two Mr- - 5"nP" rrankfort and so far to the Allies in the greateat bat- "nl ni1 w" released, The tie ot the war and our experts predict I,. that in a short time when the counter bond was $1,000 in each case, li. will ,,,, Hurton going on one cf the bonds and attack is launched, the en-to"n M,aP 'he 'her- - M,ou hurled back with even gleater loss than ,n 1 "nkfort. It will be !r,ed he sustained In this offensive attack. ' not be called until the next United im..,'M.w!ii.i.tiu. which will' ation with calm confideace in our States Court meets there country's cause and that ultimately i ntxt September. In the event that! it is transferred to ltlclimoml, the trial victory will be ours will be had the fourth Monday in April. Mr. Simpson is represented by Mr. It. Down In the western end of the II. Tomlinson, of this city. FIVE HUNDRED BUSHELS State the farmers and the business men have recognized the gpjat seriousness Seed Corn Ordered From ilopkinsville. IN DO NOT DELAY' LAYING Fortunate of the seed corn situation. Garrard county's Farm Agent, Mr ly, they have done something bigger II, Itogers, is determined that the and better than merely facing the fact W. YOUR WINTER COAL. that the seed corn situation was grave, farmers uf this county shall not have a failure, through lack of prop-e- r All people who can are urged to place by organizing to secure and to distri- corn crop teed corn and for the past month he an order with one of the coal dealers in bute seed corn among the farmers at i , ,. -reasonable price, llesides solving the has been negotiating with parties all nni v taan na naiiililM for their seed corn problem, this new organiza- 'over the Western section of the stale. in,xt winter's supply of coal, that oal with a high germination famines can be entirely avoided. When tion should do a great deal toward after the seed creating a better understanding be- test Through his efforts and those of ordering your ccal do not order mor than what jou would under normal con- -' tween the merchants and the farmers, the Extension Division of the Agriculbecause in this teed corn campaign ture Department at Ixington, a price ditions use within a vear and this inper bushel was secured, sacks cludes whatever amount jou may have of $5.25 they are doing line team work. You will be required to Two groups of counties have been included and at a meeting at the court on hands. organized up to dite. and each group houae last Monday afternoon, one hun- make answers to the following ipies-tioand fifteen farmers subscribed for One dred is managed by a District Hoard. "The amount of coal us;d by vou Ky, the five hundred bushes. The Garrard in the twelve months ending March 31. is located at Ilopkinsville, Milling Company, very generously of- 101 B; the amount of coal on hand: the other at Puducah, Ky, At the initial meeting of the Ilopkinsville Board it fered to finance the deal for the small amount needed to meet your actual and was agreed by the farmers that $5.00 commission of ten cents a buseel and necessary requirement prior to March per bushel for seed corn, guaranteed to their individual check for $2,G25, was 31, 1919. the amount of coal you have. Your germinate 'JO per cent, or better, was sent by Agent Hogers to the secretary 'ordered from nnv other dealer. to be the standard price. The business of the Western Hoard of Agrlcultuie I dealer will furniali vou blanks contain- -' Ilopkinsville yesterday, the corn to ,n; ihe foregoing questions. Any per-b- e men of Ilopkinsville after looking the at . bhipped by April 15th. making a false answer tu situatlcn over quite carefully, decided u Tl... .....Inn mnnt tulll nnnalul nf -- ,l any wifuy of said questions is subjtct to a that the farmers in their own district load and will cost the farmer laid down fine of five thousand dullars or two should be taken care of, and that farmLancaster, about $6.50 per bushel, ers in other portions of Kentucky should in )ears imprisonment or both. (!ood coal sacks included. obtained for 50. Mj to $5,75 per be informed where they too could buy is 90 can be The minimum test of this corn dependable seed corn at a reasonable per cent guaranteed and thculd such ton, at tbe dealer'a yard and fVI cents price. These business men at once not be the case, one has the privilege per ton to be added to these prices All raised money to bu used for publicity of returning his corn and his money where the dealer makes delivery. ard advertising that the man who will be refunded, Mr Hogers will no- dealers are required to sell coal and needed seed corn might secure it from tify the farmers who have ordered this quote prices by the ton and not by the pounds some other farmer. corn, and upon its arrival they will be bushel. There are two thousand This new team work between the expected to call and pay for same of coal in a ton und the dealers when selling by the bushel sold 72 pounds to men in town and the man in the coun- promptly. try has been put on a strictly busiissss The work that Mr Hogers has done the bushel so that a ton represents basis Each farmer selling seed corn for the farmers of this county in the nearly 28 bushels under the old way of through this campaign is to pay to his seed corn investigations alone, ashould selling. The reason for this change Is board ten cents for each bushel dis- commend his services for another year that coal is fold at the mines by the posed of. This fund will be used to and longer should he desire the place ton and the freight is charged by the repay tbe business men who have put and it is hoped that the Fiscal Court, ton and the margin of profit allowed to We No member when it meets next week will consider the dealers Is on the ton basis. up money for publicity. of these District Boards is receive pay favorbly the employment of an agent have no information leading us to befor work done in selling seed corn in for another year, and the faithful work lieve that coal will be any cheaper this crisis. It is hoped that this or- during the past year of Mr. Hogers, later on than It Is at present. ganization will work so splendidly in fully justifies, we think, his reappoint, II. CLAY KAUFFMAN. solving the seed corn problem that It ment. Chairman of Federal Fuel Committee, Iiella Arnold Fran. ... divorce Ami we'll bet nur last sum 'St',, ' f"r ,,'5"'1 mer'i hat they are mostly tiled liv the women Mighty few men ran love lore It is too late 1 ii.lvim aconaid. llni'lw A Fnrmi-- i Dispatche state that in l'etrograd there are (lending 3MW iwtitlora fur lift tour Kaalrr hata from . CT 'tr?M "). r I i Gl W Hospital For Automobile Half-SolHalf-Sol- Tires. (!) loi'er' 'u"h I fil In this time nf high cost of living, why not econoe mize. Ilriiig us your old tire mid let ti it wiih e the famous (iutes so it will rim longer than n new one "1.500 miles without n puncture Ask the man who is using one We do all Kinds of ulcaniring. Send us your work anil it will he done right. (i) I 0 (ij (i) Ju" p..,,in. I li International J CREED SIMPSON. Rubber . Sales Company. IW8-- It. WILLIAMS. Mgr tl.nv.l.e. Ky. Agent for Garrard County I'hone Dr. H. ClcivJ Odenbaugh Hotel. One Day Eyesight Specialist. From Lexington, ut Ktngnrlan Saturday, March 31st. KYFS EXAMINED GLASSES SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED. 3CZZZ1C A U Good Used Car ir a better Investment thnn n ii I New One of "w' Inferior Quality. we Have the following used cars fnr sale and guaranteed: 1910 Overland four 5J25. U113 Overland four $.150. J 0 bcxoiuSix 3)50. 191(1 Oakland Six J5S0. 0 Oakland six f(i73. ,!)I7 Sludehakcr mx f 900. 1015 Ilinck four $500. 191(1 Utiiek six J051I. TJ17 lluick four 5000. 1917 Huick six 800. i 1917Buick Six $1,000 We will he pleased to show you any of the above enrs. Make Your Nexl New Car a Buick The Danville Buick Go L. II. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. Danvillej -- iw..rkv. j h " in ' The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 28. 1918. As The Battle Progresse We are fighting bravely and holding our own both by procuring desirable merchandise and being successful in selling it. Charming New Models IN Jyf UNUSUAL QUALITY-- IS IN OUR THE USUAL Foulard Silks and many beautiful foulard patterns in volls, on display. All the new models both in front lace and Coals, Suits, Dresses styles pir.irniril stirli Seldom Iin n cluirmiiig (Icverfity of mouel nntl Mens. The colors too. nru cxcecdliifily iittrnctivc. PUMPS, COLONIALS, BOOTS Yon iiuiilnm, who ileiimnd n pretty model of imusiial daintiness mid rlmmi, can do so with (lie assurance of your desires beitifj gratified nt ()Ilcei if you call nnd inspect our lines. back lace CORSETS suit all figures. to" VISIT OUR RUG AND CARPET DEPARTMENT. TIIK ONE PRICK STORK THE JOSEPH ( MERCANTILE COMPANY. EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUTFITTERS. "i i i The tint meeting of the week of Paint Lick. Mrs. George Bognrd. of One-hors- e SB j Vulcan Plows Gas Engine prayer was ld with Mrs. Joe Bryant. Louisville, and Mesdamcs Joseph l!ol inson. Marshal Dennv, Fred Frisbie. For Dclifchtful social hour followed. Surrey. Huggy and (et of sicei Syracuse plow donn j Frank Markburv. Eil Gaines, Harry A Rrltf Mention ol the Comlngi rj F. D. I'almeter. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ilairlein are One-hors- e Two-hors- e Hudson ami William Farnau. Oliver Wi Arc Interfiled In. S. 13. Syracus Goings Ly 7ho receiving congratulations over the nr. FOK KENT; Grass for crazim. rival of a line boy. who arrived thisi Mrs. George T. Woods is spending Hone Mill 1.00 Hrotxlcr J.1 00 Incubator 7 00 Fisher fl erring. the day Willi her parents in Lan- week. f!)0. Range ?82 Mr. t. II. Conn of Danville was Mailable Disc Ilnrnw SIj Double Disc with Truck Mrs. J. It. Harris of Lancas caster WANTED: 500 locust posts at once. Walton Moss returned home from ter, spent Monday night Mr. visitor here Monday. with her moth- - tf. A. If. ilastin and Son. Durham, N. C, last week where ho ... f . 11 . l, tr 1, unnsieau. . . . .Mrs, J. i gone Miis Nellie Cox is quite ill at spena a wee witn ma w. Acey is visiting to JOIt SALE; Several sows with niir her mother in Lan- home on Danville St. also several sows ready to farrow. Deal House. caster .. Miss Ilirdie McClure of The Mrs. It'ibert Todd visited friends in V. V. Gastineau. Helen and Martha Gill. Mr, .caster, is the. guest of Mrs. T. A. Itice Stanford last Saturday. Joe Mount and Miss Joan Mount, were! . . .Mesdnmes Ed nnd W. A. Price of For lient-Fa- rm of 23 acres with the guests of .Lancaster were hero Friday... Miss good Col. 1. M. Dunn of Danville was a in Danville yesterday, residence, located nearllammack. Elizabeth Anderson spent Sunday and friends. visitor in Lancaster. Monday. Solon 1J ack. Mondav in Lancaster . Mrs W. K. rt Mrs. J. S. Sellman of Nicholas. ilir. Dr. II. Clay Odenbaugb. of Lexing. Warner sp-- nt Monday with her parents For Sale Eggs from thorough.!,,! ton and a noted Lye Specialist, will he Mr. anj M C) is the guest of Miss Minnie llrown. (i) Jom ,tjure a ,anci5. White l'j moth Kecks. 15 for 73 cenla phitin.. i ... i irK Mr. Collins Harmon of Chicago is the at the Kengarlan hotel Saturday fori.,,r Mies Fannie liishop. one day only. 'caster uith her mother, Mrs. Emma guest of Miss Shelby Mason this week. (!) Salesmkn Wanted To solicit nr. per pound or SOcts per gallon. 12 George T. Boeard ami son. UHI"els. -- Interior Journal. Mrs. Mr. T. N. Aldridge of Stanford was dera for lubricating oils, greases nnd i:j (!) here Monday, greeting many old friends George T. Jr. of tauisvllle are visiting paints. .Salary er commission. Addresr, the formers father, Mr. Jesse Doty, on DISTRICT GRAND LODGE Mr. F. A. hclly. of Howling Green, 'lhe Harvey Oil Co.. Maple avemie. was the guest Sunday, of Miss Dolly Cleveland, Ohio. (:) I. 0. 0. F. Holds Enthusiastic Meeting Miller. Miss Helen Young of Lancaster was For Sale. See our line of Ladies Hats and Waists. With Local Lodge. Messrs Claud G. nnd Clarence Conn L,ne Kue,t of Mi Mary Ixune Coving- .1 r,.. iui Lot of household and kitchen furniunmc ri.uay earning. tun were in Nicholasville, Saturday WE SAVE YOU MONEY Odd Fcllowa of the 8th District, ture, induing kitchen The Itichmond Kegister. stove and cabinet business. met with Franklin I.odge No 7, at -- uoll "ew. J. n. Harris. Mrs. Charlie immer and children this place on Wednesday of this week. Mrs. Hubert Ilurnsidca and daughters Josephine nnd Ida. spent Saturday in and Mrs. II. Clay Odenbaugh ut LexThe Grand Lodge degree was conFor Sale. (:) ington are guests for a few days, of ferred on ten candidates by Grand (:i Lexington. Potatoes $2. to $3. bushel. Potato Mr. and Mrs. It. Zimmer. Master Ueckham Overstreet of Louis- Onion Sets' Miss Mary Lee I,ear has lieen the ?(. per bushel. Kaspberry 11 Try our special Sunshine Cakes and Crackers Judge and Mm. Forest Stapp. Misa ville and Grand Secretary Itichard G. Plants. guest of Miss Margaret Cook of K. C. ' JK. Mount. W. Danville. Jennie Lackey and Mrs. I'almeter, are Elliott of Lexington. The initiatory In Lexington today, to attend the Con w.is also conferred upon several For Sale. Mr. Herbert Schooler of Camp Shel. candidates by a picked team composed ference of the Methodist church hy. Miss, is here for a ten davs visit to Good two year old Hereford bull, al.o of the grand officers and members of this parents. Misa Virginia Ilourne, has been Itichmond, Stanford untl Harrodsburg about two tons Icose hay, as n delegate to the International luuges. U. M. Ilurgess, Paint Lick, Ky. Mrs. W. It. Cook chaperoned a patty Sunday School Convention, which meets At 10 o clock the members and the! of nung people to the dance in RichItulTalo, N. Y. Juno 19th to 25th. . at guests repaired to the lted Cross rooms, I mond Friday night. PLEASE PRESENT YOUR EGGS FOR HATCHING. Mrs. Adolph Joseph has returned where a sumptuous repast had been Miss Emms Hays of Stanford spent borne I White and llrown Leghorn eggs, $1. after spending several weeks prepared by the "I'urltnn". Dr. W. last Friday with Mi. and Mrs. J. A. with her per retting. Butr Orpington eggs, parents in Louisville. She A. Wheeler acted as toastmaster in and family. was accompanied home by her mother, manner which would have done credit $1.00 to $3 00 per setting. ) Miss Carrie Miller left Wednesday Mrs. Doner. to one who had made'a life business of Walton Moss. FOR A for a visit to her sisters and brothers such duties. Misa Peaclue Sanders, Messrs Clyde ' in Charleston West Va. The principal speakers of the occa Sanders, Willie Lnyton and E. N. JACK FOR SALE. It, (J Lieut. Carl Acton lias returned to llroaddus, spent Suuday in Cottonburg ion were Ueckham Overstreet, ! We have a 4 year old black Jack will hllmtt. Judge Chas. A. Hardin, George Fort Donaphin, Okla., after spending u the guests of Misses Emma and Ilessi-lt- ay sell or trade worth the money. W. Ljne. Crab Orchard, C. C. Wal Is few days with home folks. Sanders. lace and S. A. 1). Jones. Itichmond sound aml'alrlght. Miss Annie Austin, who is in LouisDr. II. F. Walter was at home from I'rof. J. M. Chapman of Frankfort and T. J. and T. O. HILL. ville taking a business course, is with Mt. Vernon last Mondav. He reorta our own It. II. Tomlinson Buckeye Ky. and others. Don't delay until the supply is exhausted. hometolks here this week. business good in this thriving little The occasion was one of great enjoy Miss Chastine Iiucker of Paint Lick, town, in his line, having IHted I'M some ment to all present and the visitois BIDS WANTED. was the guest ut her sister, Mrs. Jus. nice otlices thvie several months ago. were loud in their praise of the bos Bids will be received from this date G, Conn nnd family last Wednesday. Mr. Jeptha Onstott ami family have pitulity of the local lodge and the com until April 20th, 1918. for building an munlty in general. Mrs. Linda Ilourue of Nicholasville moved to Danville from this county to in granu omcers look occasion to addition to the Paint Lick Consolidated spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mr, nmke their home. Mr. Onstott is now the Division Deyuty Collector, with compliment Frunklin lodge as being School. Bids will be opened on abov and Mrs. John Ilourne and family. I lienilnitartfrn ut IImthdI Kv un.l ia ntnl one or the livest ami thriftiest lodgei dale. Plans and specification can be I in the State. Mr. George Harris of Ilirmingham jn(, K00( in nl nvw ,iej of seen at the oilice of the County Clerk. vot About 100 guthered about the oan. togetner with the plans of the 4ia, BJ'VIU BCYCIBI UMJB I lit? JIH31 Wft'K nresent Mr. W. II. llrown has been quite quel table, among whom we mill Mrs. K. note the building. w.,h,ur"r!t"," sick for the past week at his home cn following from a distance; County Board of Fducation. the Stanford road, c slight case of Leckhani Overstreet, Louisville, !. Hev, uiul Mrs. J. It, Moorman, and blood K)isoning having developed I from TO Elliott. It. J. Durham V I Mr. and Mrs. I. G, Davidson motored a small abrasion on his right FINE STOCK FOR SALE. hand. We Danville: Judge fj. A. Hardin. Dan T, to lnusville, Wednesday for li few are.glad to report that he is improving llrummett, Harrodsburg; Isaac Bourne, I desire to sell privately, one regis da)s visit. lowly and trust that he may soon be Edmond llaup, John N'ugston, Wilmore tered Aberdeen Angus bull calf, ready Quite a number of Lancaster people himself again. I'. 11. Christman, Lee Shuns. Humuls. for service and good enough to head were in Danville last Thursday night to The marriage of Miss Katherine burg: S. U Cummins. W. T. .itapleton. anv herd. Price, $250. Also several see Aunettu Kellermaun, In "A Daugh- Harris, daughter of Mr. tcher, Hubert G Staple ton, F. grade Angus bull calves, price $100 and Mrs, J. J. J. to ter of the Gods". $125. One four year old black Jack, It. Harris, of this city, to Lieut, llur-to- n (i, Hurt, W. E. J union, (J. t. Lvri M. M. I'erkins, Crab Orchard; II Juett. with white points, who have not already done so, will please procure a su All Woodward, formerly of London, MesdameaJ. J. Thompson, F. L. well broken and u ply of Wnr Savings Stamps nnd Thrift Stamps, War Savings Thompson and I'hil Thompson and Ky, but now stationed at Camp Shelby, f. A I). Jones, A, It. Juett, C. C, good one. Priced to sell quick. Cards and Thrift Curds from Iheir Hanker ut once and place ssme Mrs. Lizzie Craig, were guests of Mrs. was solemnized nt Hattiesburg, A. 1). BltADSIIAW. Miss., Wnllace and W. L. Howe, Itichmond: on sale. on March Itith. The liapple couple will A. t Scott. W. C Oaks, E. G. Scott. Hajdeii Leavell Monday. Lancaster. Kv. We are informed by the Treasury Department that Kentucky W. L. Cordier, Stanford; A. D. I'ar-sonMr. Z. T, Itice of Itichmond spent resiue mere until l.ieut. Woodward has is nt the bottom of the list of States in the sale of these Stamps. Dripping Springs, l'rof. J, V. Mrs. Sunday in Lancaster with relatives. orders to go "over there", I.cl Garrard county and every patriotic cilizJu of Garrard county, Chapman, Frankfort, U, U. Mvers, He wns accompanied home by Mrs. Woodward is u charming, lovable girl. Nicholasville, and muny others, do his part to redeem the fair name of Kentucky, and help win whose popular in the sx'iul circles here, where Carrie Davidson, Mrs. Itice'a mother. the war. rhe attended school, before mot lug names, owing to the lateness of the Urge every customer, who is able to do ao, to buy the limit: Miss Mollle I'owell accompanied her with tier parents from Stanford here hour, we were unable to obtain. A Urge all others to buy to the limit or their $1000.00 of stamps. cousin, Miss Annie I'owell home from about six months ago. The good wishability, and to keep on buying. If they can not buy Saving the Itichmond Normal, and together es of a hgst of friends go with them. FOR with every order for 100 SALE Stumps, insist that they buy Thrift Stamps. they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A delightful "tn party" was given IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Get your report card Into the mall Saturday, March 2nd,thow-Ir- g GIVEN. setting eggs if bought beD. I'owell. by Misses Jane and Mary Doty, at Modern 7 room dwelling, watei1, lights Thursday, March 7th, we all salef up to that date. fore March Hon. II. Clay Kaulfman leaves next their home on Danvill street yesterday and bath, will publish In the Central Itecord, a raport showing the sales of nice size lot; desirable locaMonday for Jacksonville, Fla a afternoon, the honor guest being Mrs. tion, i'riced right and good on each agent In the county. Let's seo who will head the list. reason for A few Jlaby Chicks for Sale business trip. He will spend a few Joe J. Walker, Jr. An artistic deco- selling. II. V. IIASTIN, Chin. Garrard County War Savings Com. days at l'alm Iteach before his return ration of spring Mowers added materERLE C. FARRA, D. A. THOMAS IIEALTY CO. to Kentucky. ially to the happy occasion. Among Lancaster, Ky. may 1) Box 272. Lancaster. Ky Special Prices $100., $iu. $15. ueere now Gossip About i'copic Miss Sallie Elkin ia in Louisville Ihi those present were; Misses Helen and ' week attending a meeting of the .Men Martha Gill, Mm Joan Mount, Miss anil Millions Movement. hmma Doty. Mrs Kobt. Walker, of 1vouuriMiiriNTins ciilujin $17. $8.00 f J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q "... .... .... Yellow Onion Sets jets I p,i, Seed Potatoes S2.00 Per Bushel I s I "N. Sander's Variety Store. I COUPONS AT ONCE Free Package of "Boric" J McRoberts Drug Store J XftKA XWiAKXW && FOR AUTHORIZED AGENTS . THE SALE OF WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS 8 FREE Thrift 31st. Stamp I The Contral Record, Thursday, Men 28, 1918. "'Ktap II In your mtJidna chttt. tl tlopi tit coi;A mj Ut$ you ml.' How Europe Was Made Safe for Royalty By OSCAR COX FOLEY'S HONEY m TAR ADE of the purest, freshest and finest IngreiMrn! nnu iur tutvu ho opiates or ouier luirmiui arugs with nntlsfartlon and success as aremody fore .11,lng cough, la grippo and bronchial coughs. S3c, 60c and fl.00 bottles, jfe M Cn thirty )para usedj. croup, whoop-- ti t'O had contains j, Notice SEED 60RN Bids Wanted! I (Cosrrlcat, HIT, Western Newspaper Union.) The "Green Seal'd" Home Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky. some' Hldi will be received by the fiscal court where In Europe the censor haa taken of Garrard County, APKIL ami. HU8 Don't Plant Corn from Your Crib this Yenr Tell. What It Did for Hl Wife the principal points out of this story for repairing the following Wltnout Germination Test. whose territory consists of only n few . E. Forester, n. P. D. No. 2, Sistersville, W. square miles. The prince being of the TURNPIKES IN GARRARD COUNTY, KY ! Ta writes: "Two yean ago, my wife waa take 11 pold. We tried three or four doetora Germination tests made bv our Experiment Station show that with hard ,h r tlcoi ilcVoc IS, Add blood roynl and nn nssoclnte on eqitnl I was wl'hm resnltr 1 renolft llrnilr convince,! that showis tlui the corn grown In Jour county last year will not do to plar.t. And terms with the other sovereigns of Ku u r rimmendtltm of our nt a liut nvoro Not I pot a f 1.(11 bottls. ropo, was required to keep up their for the year ending December 1st, l!)18 bottle. The resu It fbowM M i t?ot a it'is vour duty this venr to plant corn Hint you know will germi nrrhnt. lfrt II. U'u aiwtji keep It In rnmnletfl bt ltl 0O n.i ftDOthr t.iiih Almmt Quarries will be furnished by the Tk. nate '.HI per cent and better. l4 i: tu iTcryoie, J teli stjle though he Old It on nn Infinitely county on sections where county tbs booe aod would ooi I without il. Ve heartily owns joa it a couU medlclaa tid waat you to know it," small scale. He had one general, one Tests made by County Agents show a few thousand bushels that J"tlge, one executioner. Ills nrmy eon quarries, where none Is owned by the germinate about 'JO per rent. Standard Varieties maturing IK) Stormes Drug Store. slsted of n hundred men divided Into county, contractor must furnish same. to 110 days. Said metal shall be broken sufficiently ten companies consisting of ten men We can supply a limited quantity of this carefully selected coin n company. Everything else wns on n fine to pass through a two inch ring at proportionate scale. Hut the general, its greatest diameter. at $5.00 pr bushel, f. 0. b. shipping point. Address Said metal shall except when on duty, wns n butcher; be spread by contractor between the Judge the only policeman In the Christian County Board of principality, nnd the soldiers were OCTOBER 15th and DECEMBER 1st. Hopkliisvlllc, Kentucky. laborers. The executioner wns the parson officiating out the little church unless otherwise ordered by county Heferences: OeolTry Mrgn. State Agent. College of Agricul10 by SO feet In iirea, one-thirof road engineer having charge of work. ture, Lexington, Ky; First National Hank, llopkinsville, Kv. which Is tnken up by the rojal pew The breaking, measuring and spreading The parson was n meek little man In of said metal shall be under supervision SliNO CASH WITH VOUU OKDUU. Cottage, Bungalow, and great mansion all alika ncco couH-Un- t to decapltnte n chicken. of county road engineer. is hoiking County Hoard of AiUinilturr Christian Ilanna's Green Seal Paint occasionally. A home may bo All worked well In the principality Said turnpikes are laid off in sections ever so costly, and of pleasing architecture, but it must be patriotically, without rniiipensntinn for many years. There were no crlml as follows t; District No. 1 Sec kept cleanly Tainted at all times to really bo considered atmils to try, or to punish, the prince spent his time visiting his roynl rein tion No. 1. New Danville pike to Dix tractive. rods of rock. tlves, o that his living was provided Itiver with Using Ilanna's Green Seal Paint is not so much an exfor, nnd the people, who were taxed Section No. 3. Sugar Creek pike with pense a an investment It pays back a good deal more only to provide for the roynl pocket -K1INC1 rods of rock. than it costs in protecting property, in beautifying it, and money, were happy. 15 satisfactory o;rvice. in iU llrown Stallion with three white feet hands high, will weigh UlKI Section No. 1. Iluckeye pike from Then suddenly came trouble. The general of the nrmy wns caught In the Lancaster to McCreary with rods of jwunds, has long fine neck, tine head set on high lice thin withers, good jliort back witli as good a tall as ever was on a horse, good bone and good feet. net of treason. A neighboring king, rock. whose territory consisted of many mil Section No. 0. Old Danville pike to I I'.i"? lirnm.ik "It lions of square miles, wanted the prln. iCrlrkra I'roin.ik Iinii lift Mt!.M rods of rock. clpallty for n pasture for his cows, llruce's brHgeJwith CD I liUk eqelrrvl nnd bribed the general of the prince l.ner Uul UM Section No. C. Crab Orchard pike to I Mmr I He I Meorte for n consideration, to let down the (jilberts Creek bridge with rods of M i Mtlne fa umtrk 41 ( ItefSXf liars of the fence Inching the prince rock. I Um M. ' Pan ly territory, nnd admit the king s army U Section No. 7. Krom Gilberts Creek without resistance on the part of the samH'f tamilt m Si prince's forces. The plot being tils- - bridge to Lincoln county line with covered In time, the other Euroiienn rods of rock. . lMJltitOltlttMtirliil.e ..t.u.l w o sovereigns upon it anil frowned Section No. 9. Kichmond rike from stopped It. , .. I Hnd It been carried mter IvaMatk .'. I H.oinr through they would have held n con Lancsater to llvattsville with rods of TO Lottie Iwlna i I WmI IHmmmI ' Jr. (toil iM.mnn.l ference nnd In order that the pence of rock. P. a. Pan Europe might not be disturbed would Section No. 10. Krom Ilyattsville to lme winked nt It. As it was, the only rairview church with rods of rock. action required was to try the general for high treason nnd cut off his head. Section No. 11. Poor House pike KING MONKOE hai as much sljle speril and action as snv saddle Hut the Judge, who. It has been said. rods of rock. It can be seen that this horse trloigs to the greatest family of the was only n policeman, knew nothing District No. 2. Section No. 3. Ury- - saddle horse being a real Denmark, about law nnd wns Incapable of conStudy his pedigree and ! ccminced. You can make no mistake ducting n trial. The prince got over antsville and Sugar Creek pike with by breeding to this horse. He will get you saddle hnrsea of the highest rods of rock. the dltllculty by ordering a trial behind type. Never was the fine saddle horse as soiree nor more bi demiml. Every Closed doors; nnd when they were Section No. A. llryantsville and Cane man should breed his mares ami breed them "to the best. opened n worrnnt was produced by Itun pike with rods of rock. which the general was condemned to KING .MONKOE will make the present seasoi at my barn at death. It wns tnken to the prince, who Section No. 5. Iluena Vista and Ken signed It, and the pen wh which he uckv liver pike with $15. To a Living Colt. rods of rock. nfllxed his royal signature was sent to the sovereign of the most powerful cm- - Section No. 11. Krom C. K. Poind-x- Will also stand two good at for marc colt Ire ns a token that Imperialism was ters shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with absolute In the principality. for horse colt. and rods of rock. It remained now only to carry out Section No. 7. Polly Herd pike with All of the shove stock will make the iraten at my farm on the Gillispie the sentence by behendlng the general. rods of rock. pike three miles from Pain Lick aid two m.lrs from Hackley meeting of the privy council was Section No. 8. Deitrirh pike with held, nt which It was unanimously rods of rock. reed that the executioner could not be relied upon to curry out the sen District No. 3. Section No. 1, Iluck tence and the members deliberated eye pike from McCreary to Iluckeje what was to be done In the premises. Post office with rods of rock. One suggested (hut the general, being s butcher, was fur belter lilted to cut Section No. 2. Iluckeye pike from off his own head than the executioner, Iluckeye Post Office to Kentucky river who was a parson. Whereupon another with rods of rock. member suggested that the two be surSection No. 3. Poor Kidge pike from reptitiously made to change places nnd By Herbert Quick thejiutcher be made to cut off the Iluckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school rods of rock. jJjirson- - This would sat- house with IG, white, mealy isfy uuTpowcgk irr'nrrzr. Section No. 4, Poor Kidge pike from on it. TSut in?" prince, who wns a Just sovPleasant Hill school house to Kentucky We should have had to accept mur-me- nt What the Imperial German govern- ereign would not hear of such n nefa- river with Um-m-- ml rods of rock. offered the. farmers ot America der as a thing against which we rnuld you like rious deed, and dismissed the council, Section No. S. Kirksville pike from In Its ruthless submarine warfare was not defend ourselves. saying' that ho would lay a plan fc.r it because it is baked. We should hare allowed this new not the loss ot pro tits, but slavery to car rj Ins out the sentence himself. Un- Hyattsville to top of West Hill with the aber rattler of Potsdam. He pur- horror to become a part of all fuuirn rods of rock. til such time as he could find an exeStrike murdering wars, and have been responsible lor posed to make us slaves by cutioner he would take the general's Section No. 0. Krom top of West the people who took our products to Its Incorporation Into International parole nnd release him from confine- Hill to Madison County line with market, Ily all the law of clvlllied ar- - law. ment. The genernl willingly gave his rodi of rock. We should have proved that because fare, commerce under a neutral flag word not to leave the principality nnd any hindrance except the fire which burns up our farms' free Section No. 7. Teatersvilieand llrad was legal from the next morning wns to be seen peaceby war. i usefulness Is beyond thn hnrlton, we Interference Justified tho fully swinging his cleaver In his haw Mill pike from Teatersville to Hut the Gentians not only Mopped ' would lubmlt to the kindling of It. Cooking delifiutcher shop. Paint Lick creek with rods of rock. merchant vestels, they sank them. k We mlchl have accepted the Now the king of that country who them without warning, without enty cents for wheat and the rlx cents Section No. 8. Krom Kirksville pike cious tobacco thing war for cotton, but we could not have donn desired the principality for his cow to Nina with trace the most devilish rods of rock. pnMure remember that this story has baa teen lnce tho savages acalped our t merely because we were command Strike District No. I. Section No. 1. Fair-viebeen censored nnd nil names have been ancestors and threw screaming babies ed to do It Ily so doing we should rhurch to Paint Lick station with Into the flames of burning oablns. Cigarette famous. deleted hearing that the general wus havo accepted degradation. We should rods of rock. engaged nt his usual business, sent n The German plan of sinking mer- have begun, after winning our freela based dom In our own revoluUon and estabprotest Section No. 2. Krom double deputation to the prlnco to e chant vessels without trace against such n flagrant omission of a on Kichmond pike to Cartertville with on ho murderer's maxim that lishing A union on tho foundation of royal duty to punish treason, repre"dead men tell no tales." It waa exe- liberty In the blood and teara of our roils of gravel. senting that If such leniency were cuted by tho massacre of men, wom- war between the states, to knuckle Section No. 3. Kail Lick r.ike from en and children, who, having com- under to autocracy! Wo should have Kupracticed by the crowned heads of cursed Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate mitted themselves to small boats In basely ) bided up our birthright as rope the world would nt last be with rods of rock. with all the horrors of democracy. the open tea after their ships were Americans, raked Such a thought Is Intolerable, Peace To this the prince replied that rather Section No. 4. Krom Elmore's gate torpedoed, were mercilessly than see this he would consent to the to end of pike with rods of rock or with gunfire, and exterminated to the at such n price would not bo peace, massacre of every one of his subjects. gravel. last unprotected, untitled soul! These but only a preparation for n future are the murders that ttaln tho hands revolt against subjugation. Hotter The lender of the deputation replied Section No. 5, Lowell and GiMispie of tho kaiser, his advisers and min- any ort of war; better war forever, prince so deslreddds to this that If the outrages wero per- than that. rods of rock or gravel. ions. These royal master would send his own exe- pike with vessels; when all Whenever tho time cornea for new cutioner to decnpltnto the geiieru. Section No. 0. Paint Lick and White petrated on neutral gave the Ger- sacrifices, let us remember that wo that clvlllied warfare A few days later the king's execurods of gravel. Lick piku with a right to do even with the mer- fight, not for our liberties tomorrow mans Ills guard of honor tioner arrived. Section No. 7. Point Leave!! and chant vessel under a hostile flag, was or next ear or twenty yeara from numbered five hundred men armed rods of rock.. to stop It at sea and make It a prize now, but for our freedom today. Not most deadly Implements of Gooch pike with with tho for tho right to live In the future, but modern warfare. They took the genSection No. 8. Walker Lane pike of war. To kill the civilians on board, even for the right to make a living thU eral from his shop nnd tho king's exe- with rods of gravel. hostile flag, was nothing but year, under a cutioner dispatched lilm. Then the The bids will be on sections but bid- unmitigated murder. And theso mur-dcr- s German oppression had begun to prince was shot down, nnd when the wero committed In order that we pinch us before wo entered tho war. were finished theru was der will not be restricted to one section. executioners not n human being left In tho princi- Said bids shall be sealed and a bond might bo enslaved! Having the right If wo had not declared war, but had will be required tor double the amount to take tho eea with his fleet, but be- accepted tho conditions of life ordered pality. by tho The executioner, attended by his of the bid and said bond shall be ap- ing afraid to do so for fear he might for usuoverty-strlcke- kaiser, we should today Deonlo. Our fac guard, went back to the king, who proved by the fiscal court, and said bid- lose It, and being unable by fair be a asked him If he had acceded to the re- der will present with his bid the name means to stop the selling of our pro- tories would be shut down, our work- -' demen unemployed, our people starvlnc, quest of his royal cousin, und the exe- of his proposed turety or uretles. The ducts to his enemies, the kaiser cutioner assured him that ho had done bidding shall be per rod of 225 cubic clared that he would do It by the foul- our farmers ruined by the poverty of they methods ever resorted to in war. those for whose consumption est bis work so well that the principality contractor will be required to He declared the sea closed, and that grow their crops. There Is loss and was now ready for his majesty's cow feet and comply with his contract otherwise his he would keep it closed, not by war, sacrifice In the war, but there would pasture. have been far more of loss and sacriThis Is an Instance of how the bless- bond wilt be declared forfeited. All but by murder. would have fice in accepting the German terras. To have submitted ings of royalty have been saved to the bids must be filed with the County Q , Guaranteed try but that We should have lost more In money. 1918. The cost us dear In prosperity; world by one royal cousin assisting Judge on or before April 1st, another la repressing treason. The fiscal court reserves the right to reject would have been the least of our than we have spent In the war, but, we should nave lost something tut loss. principality Is now a cow pasture. any and all bids. We should have had to grovel before more precious. We should bar ,kM Who knows but that It might have been I W. A. DOTY, government. our souls. the German a vast plant for the manufacture ot County Koad Engineer J comforts for the pcorleT TlwbtSMMjJtaiaiMa, Tka UWJu Im aUiakaa'aMiwMk.) There was once n principality C $.00 Per Bushel Cl- O, II. t4HIPPI.NO STATION. Agriculture MONROE, 4099 lt s e ... 2 insure Jacks $8. $10. N. W. ROGERS. BAKED POTATO with butter melting And Same Cigarette THE WAR, THE FARM AND THE FARMER with Lucky IT'S TOASTED makes things toasting the has made the Lucky tj f The Central Record, Thursday, Mch 28 1918. APRIL 1 LAST DAY LESSONS BY MOVIES .FOR FEDERAL RETURNS Penalties (or Income Dodgers Severe Get Your Return in il You Are Liable. April 1, 11) IS. thu final day allowed under Hie federal Income tin law fur thu filing uf federal Income tux returua. Persons who ore rcqulr-e- d to file returns under ttiu provisions uf law nnil whu full tu get tlielr In on time nro auliject tu towns na follow: Fur making false ur fraudulent return, nut exceeding f'.'.unj ur nut one jrenr'a Imprisonment, ur both, lu thu discretion uf Iho court, and. In ndillllun, 1UU per cent, uf the tux evaded. Fur fulling tu make return uu time, not less thou f'.M nur More ttinn $1,-Omid, In addition, MJ per (tut. uf the nuiount uf tux due. If uu nccuuut uf Illness ur absence from home )ou nre uuahlo tu render jour return within the limn prescribed by nw )uu may ulitaln an fitcnslon uf SO da)a If a request therefor la filed llli the collector uf your dlitrlet the due datu uf the return. In tills request )uu miut atulv the rca-ao- n why tho return cannot hu filed within the time prescribed by luw, Cullcctora uf luternul revenue are not uuthurltod to grant extensions uf more than 30 da) a, I in t the commissioner uf Internal revenue hua authority tu grant a reasonable extension beyond HU days lu meritorious cases. If )uii desire an extension of more than :w lu)a jour request should lie nddrcsscd to the commissioner and should contain a detailed slalement covering tho reasons which make It lniHiltile for Jon tu Hie )our return on or heforu April 1. The Internal revenue men are How completing their tour of the country. durlnic which they were lu toiKli with the people uf eery city and town. If )ou fatleil to get III touch with the deputy which visited your section It Is tint too late to get advice. Consult jour Mstmuster na tu where the nearest deputy Is now. (let your blank form, study the directions and the requirements as shown thereon and make Jour return without fall If jour Income waa auftVlent to come within the hound named lu the law. It la ("'luted out hy Cuinmlssluncr Itopcr that It la Important that the iieople comply Willi the federal laws aa fully aa they aro complying with the drafts for men and the ronscrva- Hull uf foods and fuel. "The warmust tie paid fur," sa)s Commissioner Itopcr. "Congress has as much right tu con script a Just Hirtton of Income as It has tu conscript our linjs. The tax for WIT Is designed to reach moder ate as veil as large Incomes, so that all persona Mho are In financial posl- Hon to hear a portion of the heavy government expenses can he assessed In proportion to their ahlllty to pay 'The man whu Is harely making living or harely supporting a family Hut la, nut affected hy the 11)17 law. the man who la ahle tu hear u share has heeti reached hy of the liurdeu the new law, and lie should accept his responsibility In Ihe same patriotic spirit that nur young men have shown In offering themselves for this great purpose of the country to make the world safe for people of alt kinds tu lire In and to govern themselves." This tax Is one which recognize women as on an equal basis with men, The unmarried woman ur Ihe married woman with n salary must make tax return Just the same aa any man. Duly the woman supsirtlng her mother ur other members uf her family may take out I'iOHO exemption. Under the lave the head of the family Is the one whose earning power con, tributes to the family' supirt. Similarly a widow with small chll dren lu siipHirt can take out $'.!. X) additional eiem exemption ami O Hon for each of tier children under Thus It Is Intended that eighteen. Ihe law shall work no hardship to women having tu struggle tu get along. Hut each must tile return If her In come la $l,(l. A man whoso wife dies mid who la left Willi small children to support Ux)n n modcrato Income may nlsitako full exemption under the new tax law and ulso claim fV") exemption for eurh of Ida children under eighteen. The widower under thu law Is tingle mini and must make tax re turn accordingly. Married men need not file returns unless they uro earn tug $2,000 ur mure. "This Is us much n national uhllga tlun as the reporting for duty uf n man ilru ft iil for service with tho color," una I), C. Itoper, commissioner of In teruul revenue. "A It stands, It Is much n matter of tho man or woman' own conscience. It Is for him ur for her lo determine Just how fur he la liable to tho tux. Ho must llguro Ida own Income anil If It reaches the figure named In thu law must make faithful report upon It tu the proper authority. This tax 1 distinctly a war mcas uro and will bo In effect during the war. "Till Is a people' lax It reaches right down Into Iho pocket of the mall wags earner; It make him a partner In the Job of winning the war. Flv O'clock Tea Flsnd. Alice Hyson Is dreadfully cbsent-mindeAnd she goes tu rhuicli so so'dom that last Sunday when the plsteVn passed alio said to lb us.'jer: ".Votliny more, thank you." liostf in Truuscrlpt. Arc I OUR WONDERFUL SHOWING OF ON FOOD PRODUCTION r Veterinary and Dentist. 2 1 Surgeon Housefuinishing1 Goods I Motion Pictures Being Prepared to Suggest to Farmers Ways They Can Assist. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, 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 nre showing n great innny lientitiful JMnlioj,-nn- y nnil Goltlen Oak Dressers, nny one of which enn le Our Rug and Floor Covering Department is well represented with some of the most beautiful patterns that we have shown used in the innking up of n combination suite. Our prices on these dressers nre extremely low considering their high quality. If you nre interested in u matched suite, von will find our floors well represented! with some very attractive Period Suites such ns "William and Miiry.""Adnm"nnd the "Queen Ann" finished in n beautiful rich dark brown Mahogany, Walnut or old Ivory. These suites nre very attractively priced from $100.00 on up to $250.00 ...,., according to the number of pieces nnd quality. It will pay you to visit our store and see the quality ofJthese suites offered at thes"! extremely low prices. (Prepared by the Units') mates Depart ment or Agriculture.) Office at Halney'a Livery Stable. Motion pictures, designed to tench Kentuck lessons In fowl production to rural and Lancaster, urban dwellers and to sugsest to them wny In which Uiey can contribute to such production, are being prepared hy tho United Stales department of agriculture. The first films which aro lo be hnndled under nn ncreement with MINERAL DIRECTOR the Universal Film Manufacturing company, through Its exchanges, were Office Over National Hank. mnde early In December, One of the Residence fhone 3. Office I'hone 27 film lessons showed activities In first LANCASTER, KY. the nntlonnl forests, which not only ore Important sources of timber nnd water supply, but nlso nfford grating for n large number of cattle and aheep. ML The second release will show vthnt children through the pig club are doing to Increase the supply of pork. Other selections from the department's 40,000 feet of official subject will make Lick, Kentucky clear various features of food production, Ihe raising nf meat animal and horses, nnd will deal with home activities such ns poultry raising nnd tho canning nnd drying of perishable J. A.Beazley J. PATRICK, Denti&tt. Paint Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST Sapp-Slat- on Furniture SUCCESSORS TO A. F. WHEELEK KUItNITUItE CO. - Co. COMBINATION tn ;c:Ta GATE IS HANDY Barrier cf Original Design Is Con.. nd Time-Savinvenient Arranged for Hogs. The cut herewith shows n combination gate of my own design that I think lit quite hnnily, convenient nnd time snvlng. It Is located between the bnrnyard proper nnd the hog yards. It Is necessary to have n largo sliding gate between the yards In order to pass from one jnrd to the other with team nnd wagon or manure spreader. writes J. A. Saul of Hancock county, Ohio, In Ohio Farmer. A!n I wanted a place for the hogs to pass through which I could ojien or close nt will. Since there was only room for the large gate nnd not wishing to weaken It by cutting n hog door In It I devised this plan. It la easily constructed. Simply set two posts three feet apart and bolt to them, two 2 by 0 Inch cross-piece- s one two feet or more If you wish, above the one on the ground, Thee must bo notched as shown to hold the gate where wanted. When the gate Is In the notch I), tho hog door Is open. In notch K hog door 1 John McRoberls. Danville's Largest furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Hours a.m. KENTUCKY. p.m. 7:30-9p.- Office over Stormes Drug Store. -1 licHitliik' m' Cure for Shoctlnj Corn. mm. If wrapped up In leaf well soaked 'n v'nesar. will from troubling. The Collar Done. been noticed ilir.i Hie collar more frequent!) broken than other bone In Ihe body. - MT. HEBRON Mrs. Mary J. Thompson is quite sick Mrs. Lourany Montgomery is suffer- ing from grippe and rheumatism. Mr Spencer Scott is very sick at the home of his sister, Mrs. Wm, Onstott. (let your Easter bats from Itella Arnold Francis Mr. and Mrs. Jas Hamilton Jr. wtre with Mr. and Mr. F. W. Montgomery Sunday. Mesdame U. W. Thompson, Joseph Hicks and Wm. Duncan are victims of rheumatism. There's a whole lot more behind Liberty Bond than the actual money investment. Think it over. Mrs. Betty ltogers ard son, Elvvood, of Danville were gu.-st- s of her daugh ter, Mrs. W. L. Grow the last ot the week. The Sunday School offering for Sun day March 21it. will be given for Home everybody and Foreign missions. come prepared to help. , ?V0 BOOKKEEPING V W Butiaets.Phonography TYPEWRITING and .I'l.'T T--r r, . rtTfsr WlLbURR. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE -i r, a i... ...s. rOT sr. liOTiir It. rrMl1.nlh.a r.srtor.l.rt.ar Id m.rfmntiu SB'l bsnklns bn.in... slM .0 r.trt Mnr.llBff r.nas n .ni wom.o f.f .t.fc SlKlil.r Ttnyr, 11. Lkrru WILIiril S)IITlf,LKlaclii. Kr nl ToThe American People There is no foundation for the alleged violations of law attributed to our Company by agents of the Federal Trade Commission and I want to say emphatically that Swift & Company is not a party to any conspiracy to defraud the Government Nor has Swift & Company been guilty of improperly storing foods or of making false entries or reports. Conferences of packers, where prices have been discussed, have been held at the urgent request and in the presence of representatives of either the Food Administration or the Council of National Defense. And yet the packers have been accused of committing a felony by acting in collusion on Government bids We have done our best, with other packers, large and small, to comply with the directions of the United States Food Administration in all particulars, including the furnishing of food supplies for the U.S. Army und Navy and the Allies, now handled through the Food Administration. I be-in- is the time to plant your Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable Now Fruit and ShadeTrp.es Small Fruits, Shrubs. Evergreens, Grace, Asparagus, Seed Potatoes, Strawberries, etc., is free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue, ."w Agu lt Itev. J. W. Marian, of Marksbury, preached an interesting sermon at this place Sunuay afternoon much to the delight of his many fnenda here. Mr. Otho H.F.IIillenmoyer & Sons. Combination Oate, Lexington, Kenturl:y g We will continue to do our utmost,un- der Government direction, to increase our production and assist the Food Administration. We consider that the opportunity to and to our fullest powers with this branch of the Government is our plain and most pressing duty. te whole-heartedly The Trade Commission Attorney has, by false inference and misplaced emphasis, given to disconnected portions of the correspondence taken from our private files and read into the Record, a false and sinister meaning with the plain purpose of creating antagonistic public opinion. The services of the packers of the United States arc most urgently needed, and I regret exceedingly that we should at this time have to spend our efforts in defending ourselves against unfounded, unproved, and unfair assertions such as are being daily made public. Montgomery, wife and shut nnd when In notch F door Is Margaret, of Franktort, partly open to allow only smaller hsg guests of his parents, to pass through. were week-en- d To prevent "smart" old hogs from Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery. raising gate from one notch to an' Mr. ar.d Mr. N. It. Montgomery and other holt strap Iron II to top board nn children. Mr. and Mra. Thos. Hick Inch or so In front of cross pieces on and baby were to see their grand which gate I hung. This Iron must be father, Mr. Jas. Sander on Poor Ilidge bent In hook shapo nnd be Just long enough so that the book end will slip Sunday afternoon. when gate In under the top cross-piec- e Mr. N. Prewitt. of Teatersvllle Is dropped In nny of the notches. The cfosed a very successful class in vocal posts must bo set at an angle to the music at this place Monday evening. large gate so same can be opened wide We hope to have Mr. Pruitt with us enough to bo useful. again in the near future. BEST FOWLS FOR EXHIBITION Mesdamcs Ed. Grow and Wm On Thursday from jstott returned home Must Be Strong In Constitutional New Kichmond. Ohio,,, wnere inev Vigor, Well Developed, Plump and death were called by the sickness and Muscular Body. Mrs. Houston ot the latter mother. brought here Scott. The remains were Exhibition fowls, although thought ml interred in the Mt. Olivet cemc by some to be less vigorous than oth ers, must, as a matter of fact, be tery. strong In constitutional vigor or they cunnot develop the required robust bodies or grow the beautiful lustrous plumage required to win In the show room. Standard requirements for nil the more useful breeds of poultry In' elude n strong, well developed, plump, i muscular body and such u body 1 to iwsslble on a weak fowl. daughter, Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting $2.00 worth of hardy plant and bulbs for fall p'antinK -- POSTI'AlD-foroilv $1.00. Write for particulars and FREE FALL FLOWEIt BOOK, which tellJ what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE. P. HARRODSBURG, KY. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. Er SoreMusdes Stiff Joints RATION FOR'EGG PRODUCTION Hen In Full Laying Require Ration Which Have Greater Relative Content of Protein. Poultry ration nt onco dlvldo them' selves Into two different classes: Those for the fowl, nnd thoso for egg Too many farmers aro production. No Chance for Lawyer, feeding for tho hen' upkeep, forget"What's this?" asked the acquitted ting that they must also feed for eggs. man. "The bill for my services," said Hens In full laying require rations the Inwyer. You proved which have a greater relative content "On on I that I waa Insane, didn't you?" "Yes." of protein and ash, as against those "Well, )ou can't do business with no fed merely for maintenance, lnuno mini. You ought tu know that Doston Transcript NUTRIENTS FOR DAIRY COWS Eskimos. Feed On Pound of Grain for Etch A merlfnna nf thi. fiir Pound of Milk Produced Glvt nnd Sllag and Alfalfa. North nro brown Instead of red nro not Indians. Their name, Iiskl-mowhich they dislike, menus "enters To supply the cow with all the nuof rnvv ilsli," lint wy baven t been trients that she require for milk prodrlvin yet to ihrne their 11:11110 by duction, feed, for each pound ot milk produced, one pound of grain In addl-tlo- r cooMn; tho fish. :y tint WvrM to all Ut JiaU and silage she TTiu .irtHnnl ed. ofunjfc President ISwift & Company, U.S. A. This Agreement Witnessethj That in order to protect the came on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with all persons who violate the came laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill r&bbits on our .'arms or permit It to be done by another under cur supervision, or th supcrvisio'i of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915. J. E. Ilobinsen. 3. I, Ellin. W, II. Ilrovvn, Ino, M. Farra, IV. H. Ilurton, Alex Walker, T, A. Elkln, HaseldeiiBros., F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. C M. Dethon, J. N. Koss, II. II. Cox, Fiaher Herring, J. W. Svveene, Hughe Bros, W. M. Mahan, Wither Bros. William, Marcus and Jim White. J. V. Tope, B. F. Wilmot, Mrs. David Chenault, Frtd J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J. iV. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. C Itankin. Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton. W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White. It. E. Henry. Bright Herring. A. D. Bradshaw, Scott Huffman" K. L. Barker. Wm. and Liule Onstott. The Central Record, Thursday, Men 28, 1918. J. E. DICKERSON Keeping faith with the people, fair trading at a fair profit, that is what we try to do in our trading with the public. Our aim is small profits and quick turnover. At this time when all outlay is carefully considered, you can rely on what you get here upon our giving you the greatest possible value for your money. This is the place for you to do your shopping economically and we can say to you that we are making even greater efforts than ever on your behalf. Come and see our Merchandise before going elsewhere. k&jvm0&4ruLTCv , - "I'T. 'rii rrrnrrm n rnii mii ski' ii.jj J. E. DICKERSON. ' im mm i Get your Buster hats from Bella Arnold Francis, OPTICIAN AT LANCAS- - 'GET YOUR HORSE CARDS. , JUST THE A FEW OF 1 ii P First Clasa Seed Corn for Sale. yesterday, where he was admired by Fertile land 2 miles of small village, , P. F. Prewitl. It. F. I). I, all who were fortunnte enough to see located on good road. Good improve- - J Phone aI-G- . him. He is just as good as his pedi- GOOD-BY- E BOOZE. ments and priced worth the money. GOOD COLORED gree would indicate and all should read The average American is likelv to For Sale-Seve- ral hundred shocks ot The hill, passed by the iton another p'ge of this issue. I become confused by the different lines i recent session of the legislature, will fodder. Prefer to fee,! on place. WOMAN DEAD. Boger Denmark, another splendid of advice being given him these dsys. K. O. Cheatham, phone 3S2 A. go into efiVct June First he is told that he must not cut-tai- l Salhe Withers, colored, wife of horse, owned by II. I'. Conn, nearj On pike I miles from l.nncai!tr, in a that date will lie 20. I91S. Hn, HfU.r it unlawful for any high state of cultivation, jouJ imbusiness, must not draw in on ex- George W. Withers, died at her home I'aint Lick, being an inbied Denmark FOR SA LE-Th- ree good Poland China provement nml plenty of hemp anil intoxicants of any character to be penditures, but that the success of the last Sunday morning, of heart trouble. and has proven a good sire. His pedi-- ! brought into local option territory even Hoars and one Aberdeen Angus Bull lohtvcn land. Allied cause can only be assured by The deceased wi highly respected, by gree in in this issue and will be carried Ray Sl Anion. for personal use. When this bill gws Cilf. Some premthroughout the season. He is as both hlte and colored people. keeping business normal. She into eirect the express company and Farmer" who have seed corn engaged sured that business stagnation would was born in Garrard county about tiO ium jack are in the service this year) railroads and conveyances of all kinds from me can get same Marth 'Jiith be fatal to our plans, and must not be rars ago and whs living at White Oak in this county, so watch the paper and j On pike, 5 miles trom Lancaster, Two bushels each lo permitted. On the other hand, he is at the time of her death. Her huabai.d. uon t make the mistake ol breeding lo splendid dwelling, tiibaccn barn, well cannot carry any liquors of any kind Come promptly. whatever of ai, intoxicating character. 25 B. I. KELLY. urged to save, save, save. This for three sons and two daughters survive. an inferior one. Mules are higher and fanners. fenced and well watered. A dandv Not only that -- but an individual can in greater demand than was ever knowh the purpose of loaning tu bis govern little home right at school and not go to lxingtoK SALE-Boone nr Cincinnati, or FOR County White and mule colts are sure to bring good t churches. ment. There is a homely old saying into auv other wet territory, and bring Serd Corn; tes'ed iHV per cent. prices. that "one can't eat his cake and have WAR SAVINGS STAMPS on his person any intoxicants of any Boyle Doty, it." Americans would seem tu be up ' kind for his own personal use. Paint Lick, Ky. Route 2. against just sucn a proposition they HONOR R0LL.I489 CONVERTS AT BEREA. Absolutely the most fertile farm in cannot save and spend at one and the Sales of War Savings Stamps and "Heady for the three counties. Beiea College arranges for a special same time. There must be a sensible Thrift Stamps, maturity value, by meeting for one week each year. This Knife". More hemp anil tobacco I3LOODED STOCK We must keep medium somewhere authorized Agents up to Saturday year the preacher was Brother Willand on this farm than any one farm business moving, of that there can be March 23id. are as follows: of its size you ran find in a month's liams, who has been so much loved oy no doubt, and this very naturally pre Boy Scouts $2141.75 the soldiers at Camp Taylor, He spoke rid, located right on pike, C miles supposes, something like normal habits Citizens National Bank Splendid from three county seats. COMBINED HORSE every morning at the regular College of life. On the other hand, we must E. P. Brown, neighborhood. Nearly a'l in grass. Red sorrel, four white feet. 15.3 hands, four years old and absolutely sound. Lancaster P. 0.. 1092.75 Prayers, and preached every night, for also nave, to meet the many calls upon Davidson and Tomllnson Possession of this farm ran be given 210.00 a week. There were aome to take the Sired by Chester Chief 1129. he by Chester Dr 10. Dam American us. If (here Is a Solomon among us, at unct. This farm ran Im divided, Maid 120M.. by American Eagle 2051. he by Ilex Squirrel 2nd. 2053. Ilobt. Walker, Pt I.ick P. O. .. 202 25 stand for Christ the first night, and it It seem auou( time he should come to Klrby Tester, Lancaster It. 3.. 130.00 increased until the last night, there will sell part of It. This horse possesses the style of the Chester Dare family, with good bone judgment. and short back and an attractive looking horse. were a full hundred. $551.D0 It is the plan of the College not to This Is but little over two per cent. join the College On pike 4 miles from Lancsster. all of the apportionment A high class Jack five years old, standard color, black with whlta points, for Gatrard urge students to in grass, no improvements but beau- good head, neck and ear, large foot and bone with good length and County for the year 1918. The year Cturch, but the home churches where broad breast The converts tiful building aite right on pike. ed. This Jack is a prompt performer ar.d a sure breeder, and sires a high clasa is now 25 per cent gone. Garrard their parents belong. County's efficiency is therefore only 3 are organized Into what is called "The Possession of this one can he given type of mule ot uniform size. at once, A bargain if sold in the per cent. If Pershing a army is fight- King's Regiment" which holds meetThis stock is young, fresh and ready. They will make the season of 191S of the next thirty days. ing at mil) 8 per cent, eHiciency, and ings regularly until the end tit my stable six miles from Lancaster and three miles from Bryantaville near the Kaiser lights at 100 per cent effic college year. Each member of "The I have a number nf other farms the Lexington Pike on the Rout lane below the Fork church at Marksbury at butiency, what will the result be? What King's Regiment" wears a little which I ran set! worth the money as The Old Price of ton like a Y, M. C A. badge, and to Each to Insure a Living Colt. is your responsibility in this matter? I know values ami will not list a farm each convert has been given u small Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Bryantsville Phone 47-II. V. Ilistiii, Chairman, unless it is pried right. If you will GarraidCn. Wur Savings Committee, copy of the Gospel of John. This hunwant to buy or want to sell laud, see for mean good me. dreds of inouniain churches, and the SWINEBROAD. The Real Estate Mao, DOG LAW answer to the prayers of many fathers and mothers. Laicistcr, Kentucky. The legislature which adjourned last week adopted the mcst stringent dog That Eastern fellow who was con law cn record such a law as the sheep COURT DAY CROWD LARGE. victed of assualt and tired for kissing raisers huve been wanting for yearn. her will, evidently Last Monday brought a big crowd bis wife egnmst ., , ,. .,, . raising will IK IE rumen ay Grey Eagle is rive years old, 16 hand high and a ,(.,.. ..Wl.-- n .. . 1 "" ' ouciiu irreatlv stimulated " Sh! What would han-icday and business In some lines wast woman will, she will, on may depeiil splendid Percheon type. He is a dapple grey and built .. to mo if I were your bid? '"T'orisk. Mule, seemed to have been in'nn'f. and when she won't, she won't from the ground up. He is by an Imported horse and I Vcl.lry "ut3rin-m:a:r.t;- u -demand than any other class of I and there's an end on't." P, ',r.c wi V C yo;i on second male dog, first female, , , his dam and imported mare by old Prince. m MUIK HIIU IJUIIV dot't kit ,n ,xx u -("io(5 ex-c- u nuillfCl ViiaiibVU un.l II Mnn iumimI run,,L u i CV lit Ifi ? I haw, All dogs must be kept up ut at night. Jh 'pliij M ' - "'.;y'ri to market was People are permitted to kill any dog ones offered. The horse , .jl Co m cr me t'-- j, L I ever seen and while a num-3 C-- '' DiM ',LV found running at large without its own- - the dullest ' ..PA v.'l'Lg'i ber were oirered. there wero few bid- dogs, M er, day or night. Strayby the not kill- dera. A few cattle sold rapidly ut is 10! i hands liiuh, standard measure i :.3 cf mothers tea sheriff ed, mutt be impounded what seemed unheard of prices, for heavy penalty fa Also I of the county and a was on hand. ' provided for any sheriff who fails to do the clans of stock that I John Hicks aold u mcu hone mule to! GUTilia duty. Every dog must wear a Bowen Fox, for $225; W, S. Carrier ! "jeeause . I : tu vkt license tag. r mu'm bought a team of western mares ot it .. wc rnot .tand in ."and is ls. nonictl inert Charlie Dean for $425; Yantis and Em-only uth Co turn t contain Is ISM hands liitlli by tliu stundurd. LAND TO RENT. tngridunt a havm bmmn ROOFbry sold a nice four year old jack to' officially by the U S These .lacks aru tiy Hills Napoleon 3rd, 3700; he liy Iinnjllitiuins Food AulhorttU$. Joe Wright, of Uo)le, for $100; Lem OARRARIl CIRCUIT COURT. You mavm when you buy II. Chus, Itlgthy Napoleon 2351; liy first Napoleon 171)0; he hy Old Napoleon. If. Pill's, Tester bought a team of John Beazley.a Adm'r, et al. fou mvm when you for $425 and sold a team In Oeorge -- NOTICE. This dam hrlii Kentucky's Dest, 2051; she hy John Morgun, Sr, REVS Cox sold a dandy 11)54 hy Miirinuduke, 1430, hy Dine Uihhuti, Arthur lleazley, Uuaidlan.et al, Defti Hall for $385: Jack Williams for $100; Kentucky Iiest, 2nd dam , As Uoinmissiouer ol me. tiarraru nr milk cow to J. C. Jot; Blackburn 1 151; 3rd dam Daisy 1215. cuit Court, I will rent for the remainder W. V, Uastlneau sola ins spienuiu PJ18, to the highest and walking horse, 4 years old to Mr of the This horse and these Jucks will stand al my place on the Buckeye 'and best bidder, the tract 01 land herein Chas. Clay, of Bourbon county, for Lancaster pike, one mile South of Buckeye al the same prices: described, before the Court House door by Mr. This horse was raised in Lancaster, hy, at a o clock, r. M. $400. Ventilating and all tiastiueau and was considered the best for Mare Colt. for Horse Colt. SATURDAY. MARCH 30, 1918. said land rontaim 43.25 acres, is on plantation hor in the county, kinds of Tin Work. for Boone Creek in Uarrard County. Kenmm ' tucky, and adjoins the lnd of Thomas Wheat flour, Coin flour, kiln dried These Jacks ure S years old, sound, biack with white xinta und have O'Hearn, and others, being the home Your business will us proven to be number one breeders. place of the late John Beazley, deceas- corn meal. appreciated. ed, 10 acres of this land to bo cultivatHudson. Hughes and Kurnuu. All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should toy occur. ed in corn, and the remainder in grass. Bond with approved security will be Early Indiana Yellow Seed Corn. required nf the leasee, bond due January 1, 1919, with six per cent interest Tested 7C per cent. $5. and $7.60 per Jacob II. White, bushel. from date until paid. Buckeye, Ky. Phone 338-G- . It. 2 Paint Lick, Ky. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Optometrist and Onlician. ! your home cards and thoie con patrons nf the templating having some printed should that!11 on u about M matter at once, "BYRNE OPTICAL SERVICE' Mrs. I.ena Guilnert Ford, Kutlior of In this e appears the advertise could not see me last week, I decided the immortal song. "Keep the Home to remain over, nnd will be at Kergar- - nient of some well bred ones, chief Fires Burning," was killed in n Geramong them being that splendid indivi-thiMrs Ford lan Hotel, the two remaining davs of man air raid on London. week. Friday and Saturday, 29th "'"al. K"ig Monroe, owned by N. W. was an American, and never fear hut Rogers, and who hid him on exhibition and 3uth. J. J. BYRNE, By request of several Lime, sanJ, cement, brick, salt. Hudson Hughes & Fartinu. tek t.wo moke days.i get out FARMS HAVE FOR SALE. ( s Americans will keep the home fires burning, and our poets song and her tragic fate will add fuel to the flames. I i 32 acres. When Secretary of War Baker was under investigation, among the criticisms leveled at his administration was that he and the war were ni.Mll miles apart. The secretary answered every other criticism to the satisfac tion ol the country ai.d then went to France. He is now in close touch with the uarnndlt Is to be hoied his critics aru satisfied and will go to boosting. Work la what Is needed anyway, not criticism. ' 1.1 Single Comb Rhcdu Island Red eggs for sale, from prize winning strain. 75 cts per setting Phone II) J. Mrs. E W. Perkins, Uncaster, Kv. Lit FOR SALE A good Jack ami )nung stud coming three years old, solid bay ard a good one. Will sell worth the p. V.. Foley. Hackly. Ky money. 7 acres. 33 acres. 2f O acres. "American Chester" 6860. "MAJOR HEARNE" 35 acres. $10.00 Robt. R. Fox, route Lancaster, Ky. Paai'e i GREY EAGLE uiurci tmirrjL T mm Taft Napoleon 6296 HEATING. TERING, Hills Napoleon 4th, 6295 ypRk ING, ROOF PAIRING, $8.00 $20.00 $10.00 Jennet. P.B. WILLIAMS T. O. HILL,,