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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 4, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918040401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 4, 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 NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 4. 1918. Ford Sedan for tale. NUMBER t. J. R. Harris. FISCAL COURT April Term. PLOWING gear together. TIME I BACK IN JUNE. Dr. J. J. Ilyrne, the well known Optician left Monday fur other polnti In hla territory. Dr Ilyrne la an expert In hla profession and every pair of glasses he (Ha makes a satisfied customer. Ilia next trip to Lancaster will lie in Now In Regular Session. Get your plows and plow June. BUSINESS MEETING. There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait m.tll you are ready to hitch up. We have what you need. Come and see. Ther will be a buslnesa meeting of (the prcmotera of the Third Liberty the Court House i Loan drive, held at tonight. It la hoped to have a good attendance at thia Important meeting which means ao much to the auccesa of the war at this critical time. THE LIBERTY LOAN FLAG. A new and diltinctive feature will be introduced in the Third Liberty Loan campaign, and every city or town In Conn --TfVE DG Brothers. 3LJLJ IE the country which aubscribea more than Ita quota of Liberty Bonds will be awarded by' the Treasury Department an Honor Flag. The flag will be 3C Inchea wide and 51 Inchea long. The body of the flag will be white with a broad red border, and three broad blue vertical stripea denoting the Third Loan. The regular April term of the Gar rard county Fiscal Court has been in session since latt Tuesday morning. Most of the first day was taken in patsing on and allowing vaiious claims. The levy of the county will remsin as has been lor the past five years, the court decided. The court also decided not to apply for "State Aid" money this year toward working the pikes, but will use the money, where in the judgment of the court, the roads are most needed. The appointment of Dr. Printus Wal ker, aa Live Stock Inspector for the H county, was a popular appointment. Dr. Walker will return from Cincinnati the last of the month and assume hit if: new duties. Uy the unanimous vote of the entire court, Mr. W. II. Rogers waa re-a- p pointed County Agent for another year at the same salary. The unanimous decision to retain Mr. Hogers, meets with the approval of the farmers of the county generally, and speaks well of the work accomplished by Mr. Rog ers during his one year service in the county. The fruits of his labors will reflect even greater accomplishments as the (ears pass. 5 1 MR FARMER A Genuine I CULT1PACKER prnrmH in will out u vour 0 better condition for plant-- 1 ing than any known imple-- S ment. x -- -- See sample on exhibit at our store. We are headquarters for 1 Disk Harrows, Corn Planters, AND LET LIVE FOLKS. SALE DATES RESERVED. Swinebroad, the Heal Estate man, who alwaya believes In takirg tlmi by the forelock. Is reserving datea of April lGth, for a public sale of fine auburban property and lots, one mile of Danville in Hoyle county; also on April 21th, for another public tale of 210 acres of the best land in Lincoln county, which will be sold in separate tracta and at the same time will be aold a lot of cattle, mutes, hogs and farming Implements. Ntxt issue of the Hecord will give all the details ot the above aalet. FAREWELL RECEPTION Leaving For Cultivators, Etc. Given Colored Boys Before Camp. That war garden will he just as big Germany la in a terrible passion at In the and as good aa your patriotism will let our taking the Dutch ahitis. of a famous political boss, I words it be. I are you going to do . "What the h It would aerm there it nothing too about UT'J improbable to hippen. A kentucklan ' The meat packers are urging Mr. bat died from too much whiskey. Hoover to eboliih the meatless dava Pursuit may be more inspiring than because the supplies are piling up. We possession, but not to the fellow who would aecond their motion if the pricra showed any inclination to "pile" down. misses the owl car by three seconds. l'arltlana are now closely scanning The men of thia country have deall Oerman prisoners for fear Hindrn-bur- g cided that they will not permit the may attempt to reach l'arlj via women to do all the conserving of that route. clothing, ao they will give up the belta of their coata. When is a sacrifice not A aiacker tinging "Over There" and a sacrifice? a professed Christian tinging "I Want An exchange aaya of the great dam to He an Angel" are eighta to make to be constructed on Sunday Hiver In the devil chuckle. Africa "will Impound sufficient water Wonder If thote wooden shoet to to support 10,000 persons". Just how urged by aomc. will prevent ttrongly much water does it take to auport a or cure cold feet. If they will, the person, anyway country can aland for them. The Kaiser is said to bo a diligent Now that the daylight taving bill atudent of the career 4f N'aHleon. of icur hat become law, perhaps tome toward the There are a few incident young bloods can worry through and close of that career that are not calbe ready for bed by 2 a. m. culated to give William any great amount of aatisfaction If he would It will be. manv yean before the hen emulate the little Corslcan. tribe will ceate boasting of the great age attained by their ancettora who Of course Holland put up a stilT pronourished during the world war. test against our seizure of those ships, but Holland waa speaking for Germany's This paper withea it understood that benefit then. And now that the affair it welcomea tprlng poetry, and can It aettled and we have the ships. Holnot aecure too much of it. We intend land will get her supplies, provided abe to atart In time to lay In our winter agreea to keep her back door closed fuel. and locked. Uncle John D. Rockefeller hat just If Stcretary liakcr had had any idea he would ever want to run for ofllce, finished paying his income tax, amountpermitted the ing to f32.400.000. This leaves him h should not have to get past the censor that he hid only J22.000.000 on which to support in France during an his family this year. With the help of In a wine cellar At least he all the Hoover regulationa, thia should aerial bombardment. should have had creditable witnesses be made to answer, if he gives careful to smell his breath when he emerged. attention to the garden. HASELDEN If! BROS Kentucky NOTICE FARMERS W. II. Rogers Federal Farm Agent has ordered for a number of farmera through the Garrard Milling Co., a car load of aeed corn from Christian County, guaranteed germinatiun of 90 per cent. A number who did not get in on the first car load are anxious to make All farmera desiring another order. seed corn should communicate with Fed eral Farm Agent, Rogera at once. Corn will cost approximately $5.60 per bushel. Those desiring toy beans for either hay or hogging should see the farm train. There were thirty one of the boya agent also, as an order will be made in and their names were given In the latt the near future. Issue of the Record, fhe tong recently composed by Mil i WALKER SALE. ton 3nead. entitled. "The ltnv Finn Old Kentu&y" was tung and received The public sale of the personaltiea of J. J. and W. D. Walker last Thursday hearty applause. meeting was the most Altogether the g brought out a large crowd and the enthusiaatic and patriotic one held here was the mott spirited seen at any since the call of our boya to arms. I aale recently. Hogs aold at what teem- Should anyone doubt the patriotism of the colored people of this qounty, that doubt would have been removed had Ihey attended the farewell reception given the boys upon their departure for Camp Zachary Taylor last Friday afternoon. An interesting program had been arranged bv the colored friends of the boys and the court house was packed to hear the addresses and the musical program which was rendered, was patriotically and enthusiastically received. Will Harris acted aa chairman of the meeting and Introduced the following speakers; J. J. Green, A. W. Jackson and Mesdames Mat Beazley, Mary Leavell and Callie Duncan, the latter presecting the boy with comfort bags, Judge C. A. Hardin and Judge L. L, Walker, and Rev. J. R. Moorman also addressed the meeting. A lunch wat aerved tne boyt at tbe llenevolence i Hall before they left cn the twoo'clock Lancaster, - 3ME New Meat Market We are now open on Richmond - M Street, one block from the square and carry at all times, the best of Fresh Meats and Groceries Your Patronage will be appreciated. Goods delivered. m W Phone 199. Ha BROWN DG C& EME ESTES. a pi f. 5. flATFIED, Dentist. e rl tl ii A REAL TREAT AT Opera House Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday April 8th, 9th, 10th. REAL HAWAIIAN 5vJ MUSIC Real Hawaiians Extra with the usual splendid program of pictures. This troop of entertainers with their delightful program of both vocal and Instrumental music Is sure to please you. CiiM""Tlie A Most German Spy'" APRIL 15th. Wonderful State Right Feature. One ed to be about 25 centa a pound. team of five yeartld mare mules waa THIRD LIBERTY by R. E. Henry, for $700. , bought another team nut ao good brought $5C0. LOAN OFFERING. The farming Implements told aa high aa the proverbial cats back, many ar- B. F. Hudson, Chairman For Garrard Co ticles bringing more than the original Capt. Am coat several yeari ago. The Government asks for $3,000,000, Hourn'e was "crying" the bids and aa 000 this time. A much smaller amount usual, did hit part well. than was generally expected. Of this amount $12,600,000 must come CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. from Eastern Kentucky. That is our Nothing less will do. Any share. (J. R. MOORMAN) I thing less would show a lack of patrio I As a church we are trying to comply tism. Such a ttlgma has never been I with all requests from the government placed on Kentucklans. It will not be therefore all our servicea will be con this time nor at any other time. We have been blessed with abundant ducted in keeping with 'Wilson's time', crops and very high prices. Our money llible School 0:50, wor.hip 10;50. . Your pastor will have for his sermon CAN NOT be invested In anything so 'subiect, Sunday rrorning, "The Other secure and a i certain to advance In value when the war is over. Side". The bugle has blown, and we are J There will be no Sunday evening ser again ordered to the front. Let there vices owing to the fact that your min bo no faltering, no hesitation, no fail ister will be holding a meeting at I'alnt Make every possible etfort to in Lick In interest of the Men and Mil ure. your citizens to lend the Cover lions Movement, therefore, avail duce money at this critical mom yourself ot the qpportumtv to worship ment their ent in ourjiittory. In the morning ten ice. The man who tlackt with his money It jutt aa despicable as the man who who refuses to shoulder a gun. PROFESSOR SNODDY Patriotism, as well at good business, To Seak Here Saturday Afternoon requires us Kentuctlans to come for ward promptly and liberally in our At a patriotic muss meeting to be subscriptions to the Loan. held at the court house next Saturday The farmer Is e.pecially well prepar afternoon at two o'clock, the set vices ed to help now. Make urgent and unot I'rofeesor E. E. Snoddy of Transyl. ceasing appeals to him. He la just aa ' . .. i... i i...-- . university, nas ueen vngageu 10 patriotic as any other class of citizens, vania .?.. address the citizens of the county at and when hit duty Is plalntlv put bethis time. fore him, he will retpond liberally. Everybody who has a drop of patrioVery sincerely. tic blood coursing through hla veina J. W. STOLL, Chairman. thould make every aacriflce r.ecetiary In order to attend this Important meetCremo Dairy Feed will moke ing. Several local cpeakers will make The merchanta of your cow give more milk. abort addresses. Hudson, Hugh;s & Furnmi. the city will be asked to close their stores from two until three o'clock In order to bear I'rof. Snoddy whom hla AT ANTIOCH. friends predict will give ut one of the Mr, J. F. Iloltzctaw Informs us that ever heard most patriotic addretse here tince the outbreak of the great he will open hit Sunday School at war, which began one year ago from next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Everybody will be welcome. Stturday April 6th. PHONES j m BHtjaT ftbh WORK GUARANTEED. Lancaster, Ks. 3a"sas"sa wheatlesa days and meals will aid householdnra In meeting this n.n qulrement, but in view of thia ration In order to judiciously administer we win not hold that wheatlesa days the food of our ttate it hat been decid and meals are obligatory in households. ed to designate the week beginning TOMMIE FRANCIS. Chairman April 7, as Potato Week for Kentucky. Conservation Division U. S. Food A atrict account is being kept of our Administration. food supply, and whereas tome foods are distressingly short other foods are Getting Them to Listen. abundant. There is such a quantity of "One of de surest ways," Bald Cncle potatoes left on hand in Ky, that un Ebon, "to git a crowd highly pleased less the supply it immediately used the and Interested Is to stan' up and tell farmers will plant sparingly thia.spring. 'em dey Is so wicked dey Is all join dlrecfc to perdition, or words to dat We are asked to help in administer ing the Food of the county by eating potatoes three timet a day during durPotato week. Use these potnto-jWAR SAVING STAMP ing this wtek In place of fooda"that have to be transported from other; HONOR ROLL. states, and also use them as substitute I for wheat, which is so lamentably Sales of War Savings and Thrift scarce. Stamps, maturity value, by authoaized Instead of necessitating the labor agents up to Saturday, March 30th, and fuel used in making the potatoes ( are as follows: $3,418.00 into Hour ana tne uour inio ureau use Hoy Scouts 2.331. 60 your potatoea as a substitute for bread. E P Urnwn postmaster.... 1,817.75 Set the example by using potatoes Citizens National Dank 210.00 every meal the week of April 7th. and Davidson & Ton.linson 202.25 intluence every housekeeper to do the Kobt Walker, Palat Lick .. 130.00 same. Your help is needed to win the Kirby Tenter, It 3, Lancaster war. Ett Potatoes every meal the $3.2(9 50 week of April 7th, and save wheat It ain't the guns nor armament Hour, Nor funda that they can pav. To make definite the amount of Hut the close wheat products that can legitimately j Thtt makes them wlit the day. be used by each person if the wheat It ain't the Individuals, we have Is to latt until our next har Nor the army aa a whole vest. It It aaked that householders i Hut the everlattln' team work adopt at a maximum ration of wheat Of every bloomin' soul. flour (or ita equivalent contained In Kipling. such wheat products aa victory bread, Vhit meant you, Uuy War Savings mararonl, wheat breakfast cereals, etc) .a i. i one-na-. n i . t . puunua i .. i Sell War'Srvlngt Stamps. one and ui wneai uuurj Stamps. II, V. Bastln. Chm. per perton, or tlx pounds per month Do Your U1L Garrard Co , War Savings Com per perton. Continued cbiervar.ee of POTATO WEEK. The Central Record, Thursday. April 4 1918. At tion, biliousness, headache, sleeplessness, nervousness, weak and run down condition and other ailments arising from a disordered stomach, liver, kidneys or bowels. You have seen so much in the papers lately about the marvelous benefits received by the sick and suffering of Kentucky and prescription other States by the use of the noted V1N HEPATICA. Pronounced Vin known as We have at last been able to induce the owners of this remarkable prescription to let us have the exclusive sale of it in this community. And now we have it. We went after this great nature prescription VIN HEPATICA because we know what it will do in cases of catarrh and indigesall-vegeta- Last We've Got For Lancaster POLICE ble He-patri-ka. It OPERATIONS Years Without Until She Took THE GREAT WAR HAS MADE CIGARETTES A NECESSITY. "Our boyt must have their smokes; Thl is a Send them cigarettes!" familiar appeal now to all of us. Among those most In- demand it the now famous "toasted- cigarette LUCKY STRIKE. Thousands of this favorite brand have been shipped to France. There Is something homelike and friendly to the boys in the sight of the familiar green packages with the red circle. This homelike, appetising quality of the LUCKY STRIKE cigarette is largely due to the fact that the Durley tobacco used In making it has been toasted. "It's toasted" was the "slogan" that made a great success o( LUCKY STRIKE In less than a year. Now the American Tobacco Co. Is making 15 million LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes a day. A good part of this Immense production is making its way acrms the n water to cheer our boys LIEUTENANT'S WIPE UNDERGOES PIVE Had been Getting Relieved Sick for Ten Via Hepatica Some of the most noted medical experts in this country have pronounced STOPS RHEUMATISM VIN HEPATICA a medicine of the highest merit. The prescription is composed WITH VIN HEPATICA of eight of the finest herbal remedies known to medical science remedies that have been prescribed by the medical profession for centuries. We stand right West Nashrille Lad; back of it with all of our years of reputation .for the handling of reliable mediRelieve Her Sufferings of Years cines. We recommend only what we know to be good. We know that VIN By Taking This Great Nature HEPATICA Is thoroughly reliable and so recommend it. Rented) . will start your torpid liver to work; relieve your indigestion; regulate your bowels; correct your disordered kidneys; soothe your aching back; renew your appetite; cleanse and tone up your entire system, and strength-jTenn- .. en your vitality against the taking of colds, catarrh and other maladies so prevalent this time of the year. VIN HEPATICA It is the UNIVERSAL PRESCRIPTION AND TONIC for the restoring of health and the renewing of vitality. Come in and get a bottle and take it on our recommendation. .It is pronounced Vin a. R. E fVVcRobertS. Druggist. Lancaster, Kentucky. WORTH $1,000 A BOTTLE IS MAN (Reprinted from Nashville Banner). Mrs. II. F. Carson. Sr. aged (3. of 4308 Utah avenue. West Nashville. says; "I am entirely relieved of my rheumatism as result of taking VI n Ilepatica, the universal system purifier. I was a constant sutTerer from rheumatism for years, was so nervous I could hardly rest at night. "For a Ionic time I was under the treatment of the mo.t eminent (hvi-cian- s of this and other cities, but could net no relief until 1 toqk Vin Ilepatica. I am entirely relieved and feel like a new person and wouldn't take the world far what it has done for me. It is simply wonderful." Such is the testimony received etery day, because Vin Ilepatica is a real medicine for such troubles and gets the results. It is Nature's own medicine a combination of eight of the finest herbal remedies known to medical science and are being prescribed by the best physicians the world over. (Iteprint from Tennessee-American.- ) Mrs. li. N. Long, wife of Police Lieutenant Long, of 1003 llalcovn ve. nue, Waverlv l'lace, Nashville, Term , is out and about her work again after ten years of sickness and the clfects of five serious operations. n "If any body ever was in a bad I was. Not only had I been si.--k for ten yars, but in that time I had to undergo five operations which re suited in my being left in a horrible condition, greatlr troubled with ny stnmach and spine and very nervous, "I took all sorts of medicines, but my husband said so many friends of his had gotten such good results from Vin Ilepatica that he wanted me to try it. I did and want to my, right here that I feel better than I have for ten years." Mrs. Long's experience is the same as thousands of others. Vin Ilepatica is a real medicine, not a patent nos trum. It is composed of eight of Nature's finest herbal remedies, the same as leading physicians the world over prescribe in cases ot nervousness, weak and run down condition, disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. It is compounded with all the skill and care of the mojt particular physician's prescription. NO MORE CALOMEL If all American pacifists were as practical In their pacifism as Henry Ford, we would soon hate peace, but it would be psace through victory. Now that Lenine ami Trotsky have succeeded In demobilising and demoralising the Ilusslan armies, they are wildly calling upon the Itusslan people to "defend the revolution". Seems to us we recall reports of a people who were forced to "make bricks without straw." BUYING BONDS Farms No Good If Kaiser Cets The Upper Hand. FOR THIS BARBER. "If a fellow was ever knocked out bv anything. 1 certainly was liv a itixhJ spell of spring fever this spring." said U L liearden, well known Nashville barber, 243 Fourth avenue. North. "I have been using calomel, which was so sickening that I could hardly stand it. Not or.lv did Vin llenatira I put me in fine shape again, but it was o pleasant to take. I hadn t taken mole than two or three doses than my drowsy feeling was all gone and I was e feeling mv self again. DOCTORS SAVE GIRL WITH VIN HEPATICA Strange Case of Three-Ye- TENNESSEE FARMER'S WIFE WISHES EVERY FEEBLE WOMAN WOULD TAKE VIN HEPATICA. Old Good- - VALUE CHATTANOOGA lettsiillc Girl That Had Baffled Skill of the Best Physicians. Said a man on the street; "Don't think I shall buy any more Liberty Bonds; it looks as if the Kaiser might conquer, and if he does these bonds will be at a discount. Those Germans are great fighters, and I haven't any money to lose." Said a bystander; "Right you are, old man. If the Germans conquer, the Liberty Bonds will be at a discount ami so will all the other property that now belongs to you and me. Vou might as well buy bonds with it now, for if the Kaiser conquers, whatever we hate left will be his; see? Thai's what this war is about, don't you know? Go home now and say tour prajers, and when the next bond sale conies along take all you can get and credit the investment to protection along with your fire insurance." The b)stander was right, and Gov- ernor Iiwd-- n was right when he said; I don t care what becomes of my larms II we don I win the war. This war Is not a game for taking chances on who will win. It la a death struggle for personal liberty and the right to own property; and the only way to win is to put everything into the balance. Ihe man who holds back is too mean and too selfish to be entitled to protection by a democracy; he belongs in an autocrac- y- at least until the scales drop ult his eyes. PLACES ON VIN HEPATICA. (Reprint from Chattanooga News.) "I wouldn't take l.W0 for what one bottle of Vm Hepatica has done for me." saya L. A. Cantrell, aged 75, chair worker, of Miller avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. "It is worth $1,000 a bottle. I have been troubled with kidneys for years, catarrh of the head and stomach. After eating a few bites my stomach I had would swell up like a pumpkin. the cramps, waa fluxy, had to be up almost every hour of the night on account of the condition of my bowels. "Hut Vin Ilepatica has changed all that. I don't have to get up at all in the night. I now eat potatoes, beans, onions anything, I had about decided I could not nor would not live another week, but after I saw In the papers what Vin Hepatica had done for othern GREATEST MEDICINE Testifies As To The Great Relief The Wonderful Nature Remedy Brooght Her. in the same fix, I thought I would try It and now feel better than I have felt! (Reprinted from Nashville Ilanner) in forty years. "I have pissed my 75th .year and I "I only wish every feeble woman done for me. I feel much better In could not have held up much longer the way I was troubled. But Vin Hepctica am, man would give Vin Hepatica a every way." was certainly a r to me and I heartily recommend it to my friends." . trial," declares Mrs. McCaloy Malroy, You see Vin Hepatica goes right to The fact is. Vin'Hepatica is a Nature farmer's wife of Vanleer, medicine and not a patent nostrum. It j the very seat of the trouble at the Is a combination of eight of the finest Tenn. herbal remedies known to medical I science, remedies which are prescribed 'I shall never forget the drug firm stsrt because it is a combination of nearly every day by the Ipading physicians of the world, and they are all of W. A. Bell & Co., who recommend- -' eight of the finest herbal remedies combined into one great Nature medi to medical science for weak cine for the kidneys, liver, stomach ed It to me, nor the name Vin Hepat-lknow- n i and bowels, and for toning up the ica, for what this great medicine haa anJ run down condition. system. "Reprint from Nashville Banner.) "H'hilo the physicians did evtry thing in their power to save our little gin. sulci sir. a. J, Watkins. of Good lettsvllle, Tenn., thev could do her nc good, as she was so weak, and finally nor gel well, saia sne "As a last resort one nhvsician ad. vised me to give her Vin Hepatica. I did and she took five bottles. She is now entirely well, sleeps well and is growing in strength every dav. No one knows how grateful we feel to mi pn siclan for suggesting the use or vin Ilepatica. It Is simply wonder ful what it has done tor her. It saved ner we. Physicians are prescribing Vin II patlca for the reason that it Is a real meaicine ami not a patent nostrum. Ihey know what it is. Thev know it is composed of eight of the finest ner Lai remedies known to the medical profession. THE BUSINESS WOMAN. Until recently, the business woman was the exception. Now she Is everywhere. What with sutfrsge prevailing In msny states and likely to b.come universal, she Is also taking a position in public life never before accorded her sex, so far as history records. The world war has been responsible for the woman in business, and doubtless has had its eirect in bringing about suffrage. There can be no doubt that, to a large extent, woman is in business to stay. It Is up to her to make irood. and she can do this if she so wills. To succeed, however, she must of necessity reconstruct her views of life. Not only this, but her education must be radically changed. Heretofore the boy haa been educated for a career. He has been trained for the work that he haa chosen. His whole life haa been built upon and around this career. Not so with the girl, or If ao, Ihe careers have been widely diirerent. In every age of the world up to the present, the ultimate object of woman's existence has been marriage and maternity. True there have always been exceptions, but thev merely aulliced to emphasize the rule. Henceforth, however, if woman is to take her place beside manWn the business world, this must be wholly chan ged. She must be educated and trained for business FIRST and matrimony as an alternative. There will, of course, be many ositions where she can continue to gain a livelihood while await ing the Important event of matrimony, but if matrimony continues to be her ultimate goal, business will always be a side ussue, a secondary consideration, and her success therein will be And perhaps, contrary to the age long of lordly man this business training. We confess our, In. ability to see wherein a sound business training can be considered objectionable In a wife and mother. And as intellect is frequently the offspring of Intellect, who can tell but the new departure may be for the bettel development of toe auer aill Vin Hepatica Relieves In digestion and bllliousness. MISS LANCASTER " ENDS NERVOUSNESS WITH VIN HEPATICA East Tennessee Lady Almost Total Wreck EVER MADE, SAYS TENNESSEE MAN SAYS VIN HEPATICA IS GRAND MEDICINE Was Very Neiroos From Indijestion And Vin ilep- Reports Mamlous Taking Great Results From Druggists Desiring Exclusive Agency for VIN HEPATICA and Big Free Advertising Campaign for their town should write at once to BROWN CHEMICAL CO NASHVILLE, TENN. SOLE OWNERS South Pittsburg Man Takes Via Hepatica. Result of Operation, But Nature Medicine. atica Restores Her Health Again. (Reprint from Knoxville Tribune.) (Reprint from Chattanooga News.) Mrs. Mattie Lucas, li. F. O. No. 3, "1 was very nervous and greatly "Mcnoy could not buy the benefit I troubled with indigestion," writes Miss I Haakells. Tenn,, who was almost a all broken down, weak have gotten from Vin Hepatica," says Hazel Lancaster, r t. Oglethorpe, ua. nervous-wrec"I had been operated on for appen- and with scarcely any appetite on ac Mr, J. T. Gillespie, atone mounder of dicitis. Was under the constant care count of food souring on her stomach I says: of a doctor, without any results. South I'itUburg, Tend. waa so nervous I could hardly bear for "1 could not get anything U do me anyone to talk. Seeing in the papers "I was in such condition that my what Vin Hepatica had done for so any good. friend of mine recomI energy bad left me, I suffered with msny others, I thought I would try it. mended that I take Vin Hepatica. I did and I was greatly relieved in have taken three bottles and feel like very way. My appetite is tine. I an entirely my stomach and. bad no appetite. Vin dilferent person. I am not Vin can hardly get enough to eat. Ilepatica cured me. It is the greatest Ilepatica Is a perfectly grand medicine , the least bit nervous, cai, eat anything ( I want, nave gauieu in strength each and I gladly recommend It to my medicine thst was ever mads," day right along." (friends." (Reprint from Tennessean-American.) ite 3 The Central Record, Thursday, April 4, 1918. Raymond Davis and children Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ICay and Mr. Hardin Trice motored to Nlcholatvllle and Lexington recently. Kentucky must grow corn. Then plant the corn that is best adapted to your soil and recommended by your best farmers. Tester were Messrs Harmon, Clyde and Elbert In Ilerea Sunday to see Mr. Idea Tenter who Is in a hospital for an operation for appendicitis. Neal's Paymaster Miss Attress Noel, youngest daugh ter of Mrs. W. T. Noel and Mr. Hobart Tcater, eldest ton of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater, were united in mar riage at Lancaster by liev. l'.ilmter of the M. K. church on Thursday, Mar. 21sU After a short visit to Ixincton they returned here and arc' with his patents The best withes of a host of friend, are extended t this happy and popular couple. Missionarv Day was observed at Liberty llaptial Sunday School, Sunday. The attendance was more than doubled and the olTering was 13.08, which will be forwarded tn the Mission Hoard for Hom and Foreign Missions. A spec ial program was given. Miss Barbara Uulley with a part of her class presented an appeal for the extension ofj Mission work. The primary depart- alia.-- l mant ifiv. n innir R.v II P tlan made n ahort addrcsv. Miss Lenna Hollon sang as a solo "The Lord Is Everyone is cordially invited Risen". to attend and take a part in this Sun day School regularly. i PATRIOTIC MASS MEETINGS at the following times and places. SEED CORN Germination Guaranteed 90 per cent or Better stalk: matures small red cob; medium In 100 to 111) day. The corn. It in certain Standard two-cu- r to mak a very lsrg. yield. White grain, counties of Kentucky that the average tent of teed corn It only 25 per cent. You can't afford to plant tuch teed and take tucli chances. Our Neal's t'aymaater is guaranteed 1x1 per cent or better. I have told and delivered to the middle Tennessee Station SO bushels of this Neal's Paymaster Seed Corn for 191 8. GREAT OPENING AT LANCASTER Saturday, April 6th. at two o'clock p. m. Paint Lick, Monday April 8th, at 7 o'clock. Robert Walker. Chairman. Bryantsvllle, Tuesday, April 9th,at 7 o'clock. J, II. linllard, Chairman. J. D. Carter, Chairman. Cartersvllle, Wednesday, Apr 10th, 7 o'clock Herring School H, Thursday. Apr J. N. White, Chairman. 1 One farmer admits he lost $1,000 because he did not plant Neal's Paymaster In a n lief. Pleaisn t to take. i a 1th, 7 p.m 1917. fu'l Investigation, he taiJ: "I am confident I vould have made COO bushels more corn on a .mall field of al.out forty acre, and I will certainly plant Neal'a Paymaster thli year." After have only about 1,000 bushels for Ken- nn tucky Farmers. per Price bushel I Have this effective remedy at hand It's thankful for croupy children. M iWlv laxative. $6 (si t S mnos gSold by all drutgUts School House on Poor Ridge pike, Friday, April 12th, at 7 o'clock. Klrby Teater, Chairman. Nina, Friday, April 12th, at 7 o'clock Wm. Whittaker, Chairman. You have no time to watte. You mut (trow the corn In VJli. You muu plant trnl corn you know will germinate, 1 have been told that in aeveral of the Sacks free. Cash with der. F. O. B. Columbia. of Columbia. or- Buena Vista, Saturday, Apr. 13th at 2 o'clock for Coughs s Colds Constipation Causes Sicknen Don't permit yourself to become constipated, as your system immediately begins to absorb poison from the Use Dr. backrd-uwaste matter. King's New Life Pills and keep well. There is no better safeguard against All druggists illness.Try it tonight. A T. Scott. Chairman. Buckeye, Saturday, April 13th, at 7 o'clock. Dr. Edwards, Chairman. Keference:The three banks GOOD SPEAKERS TO BE ON HAND This space pntriotically contributed by the three banks of Lancaster. T. N. F1GUERS, Jr., Columbia, Tenn. BUCKEYE Mrs. Ollie Ilogie and children visited Mr. end Mrs. Jesse Hill recently. Mi. Wesley Simpson ami Mrs. Dock Mrs. Clemmie Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Lin Miles of Nicholas-vill- e. Simpson were In Richmond Monday. visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel and little Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grow visited daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. recently! Wm Ray near Lancaster Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Layton spent Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Davis, Sunday. Grey"tEagle is five years old, 16 hand high and a the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. is sutTering severeMr. and Mrs. James Land, Mr. Coy Mr. II. M. Kurtx splendid Percheon type. He is a dapple grey and built Drown. family ly with a painful elTection of the eyes. l'rice and two interesting children were Mrs. Edd Arnold and son Lewis Wal- from the ground up. He is by an Imported horse and ATivirnu!) guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harmon Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ilohart Teater sent every one ker, were guests last Thursday of Mrs. his dam and imported mare by old Prince. Mesdames Allen Tester and Lusas Mike Ray. age. the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Clarfrom Infancy to old Foster, and Messrs Elbert and Clyde ence McCully. Recommended for Mrs. W. II. Gullev is in Richmond coughs, colds, tickling The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Teater were in laexingtnn Thursday to fpr a few days where she is taking of the throat, spumo Floyd Humphrey has been quite HI fur see Mrs. Harmon Teater who is in treatment die croup, whooping hospital there. several weeks. cough, la grippe, ana is 1GH hands high, standard measure. Mr. Earl Carter of Ilerea College is coughs, branchicnl An Easter-eg- g hunt was enjuved by here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Master Charles livid Hollon ot Haiti hoarseness, etc. Also Green visited his sifters Misses Lenna the pupils of Gu tin's Chapel school on Mai Carter. All ors rt'lM In rnatt Friday afternoon. The Misses lloltan ' and Iva Hollon. Slid tUari.D. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walker llradshaw ard l3i.li !! contains Bu vi'lslM. la 3e, Misses Leila and Agnes Humphrey are teaching the spring term. children spent Su'iday with Mr. and spent Sunday with Misses Ada and Slornics Drug Store Mr. and Mrs. Wilbcrt Dailey and son. Mrs. T. O. Hill. Ettie Sebastian. Mr. anil Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. anil Is 15' hands high by the standard. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Dr. Misses llernice Teater and Eunice! Mrs. Ashby Hendron were guests of and Mrs. J. E. Edwards were in LexGLTNNSCHAFEL. TheseJJucks are by Hills Napoleon 3rd, 3706; he by Baughtnaus Casey were guests of Mrs. llughey Mr. and Mrs. John Dailev and daugh- ington Monday. Napoleon 2354; by first Napoleon 1796;.he by Old Napoleon. ters. Sunday. Mils Itessie Teater was In Lexington Moberlev Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter and The dam being Kentuckys Best2G54; she by John Morgan, Sr., Mr. Walter Davis and Miss Sallic Siturdav. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stotts, Mesdames children spent Sunday with Mr. and 1051 by Mnrmoduke, 1430, by Bine Ribbon. Kentucky Best, 2nd dam In Andrew Stotts, Eliiabelh lturton. Mrs. Mai Carter. Miss llert Dailey who has been at Gill of this vicinity were married Wllmore March 25th. Misses Eunice Stutts, Francis Davis, Derea College Is at home. Mrs. Nora Teater, Misses Ha Hill, Joe Blackburn 1451; 3rd dam Daisy 1215. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater and Messrs Wiley II. Ilurton and Cephas Sallie Lou Teater, Ethel Ray, Messrs This horse and these Jacks will stand at my place on the Buckeye and Mt. Allen Tenter aid son luti have children sent Easter with Mr. and Davis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smilhe Hill and Willie Long were in Lincaster pike, one mile South of Iluckeye at the same prices: purchased a Dodge touring car. Danville last week. "ByolJani fomg, lit profits or mtf" FOLEY'S GREY EAGLE HONEY and TAR Taft Napoleon 6296 Hills Napoleon 4th, 6295 ' BBsVaWSaKJ $10.00 for Mare Colt. $8.00 fo'rHorse Colt. $20.00 for Jennet. a Wc.take this means of thanking those who have assisted us In making a record of our business today, March 5th, as follows: $178,117.75 Notes and Mortgages Cash In Vault mid in Banks. . 82.73fl.18 G7.880.00 Bonds nm! Securities 3,000.00 Banking House Overdrafts Capital Stock Surplus and Profits Thank YOU ? 10,513.05 Keep Well Do not allow (he poisons of undigested food to accumulate in your bowels, where they are absorbed Into your system. Indigestion, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound to follow. Keep your system clean, as thousands of others do, by taking an occasional dose of the old, reliable, vegetable, family liver medicine. These Jacks are 5 years old, sound, black vv ith white points and have proven to he numher one breeders. f All care'taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should iry occur. T. O. Phone338-G- . MILL-- , Buckeye, Ky. 1(1.000.00 ROGERS DENMARK By Raniey Denmark 416 He by Hamlet ll'J by Cromwell 73 by Washlncton Denmark 54. Rogers Denmark, 1st dam Miss Ogden by Drennon Denmark 2nd dam Miss Wallace, by Hurler Denmark, by Hamlet 113. Ile'ls ten years old, dark bay with whitt) star, 15 hanJs, showng all the gilts under saddle.((He is just as good individusl as his pedigree would Indicate a id has proved a good sire, his colts having coed action, lots of style and easily controled. This horse will make the season of 1918 at the farm of It. K. Conn on White Uck, 2jjmiles south vtest of Faint Uck, at DEPOSITS Due to Bunks ... 1.1274 S333.100.97 $300,372.94 ... 214 08. f 333,1 00.07 Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Assets One-Thir- d Million Dollars. Let your nanje' be added to our long list of near 900 pleased customers. Yon w'll receive our best attention and we will thank you Peoples Kentucky. Bank. Lrick, Paint Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of Rising Fawn, Ga., writes: "We have used Thedas ford's a family medicine. My mother-in-law could not lake calomel as it seemed loo strong lor her, so she as a used black-Draug- ht mild laxative and liver regulator We use It in the lamily and believe II Is the best medicine for the liver made." Try It. Insist on the genuine Thedford's. 25c a pack E-age. $10.00 A LIVING COLT. Ave At sine time and place will stand my splendid year old Jack John Grey at $8. To Insure A Living Colt. JOHN'OItAY is a gray Jack, 15 hands high, good bone and ear and con sidered one of the best Jacks In this neighborhood. I lei is royally bred being by Long Tom, he by Wm. Todd's big Jack, he he by Jlourbon Chief, 2nd by Marniaduke.Sftlst dam by Hilly llrecklnridge v dam by llourbon Chief. Care taken to'prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Season due when mare is bred to another horse or'jack, nr sold or parted with. ... H. P. CONN, Route No. 3. Paint Lick, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, April, 1918. With the Woolen market climbing every day the price of mens and boys clothing is sure to be much higher than what you have to pay to day. Sure To Happen later, because Your MONEY in clothing than it will QUALITY NOW WILLwePURCHASE MORE in stock now, at very reasonquality Suits the fine have able prices, but watch our predictions for the future. all-woo- l, THE HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX STYLES are fine this season. Notice the two snappy models shown here. We can furnish these from stock now., la, yc Mens Suits $12.50, $15., Boys Knee Suits Quality. The Central Record incorporated, ssued Weekly. $1.00 $18., $20., $22.50, $25., $27.50, $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $8.50 $10.00 $30. Let us show you now while our stock is fresh and we have plenty of sizes. House of JAS. W. SMITH Soldiers' Superstition. Cavalrymen have n superstition Falls of Lancaster Kentucky DR. SAM BURNSIDE Dies At His Home In Wichita COMMISSIONER'S a year. their onn. A mounted man firmly believes that he will conic lirough the deadliest charge unrathed If he enr Editor. The friends and relatives here ot Dr. of Sam Ilurnside R.L ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. his death his are grieved to hear home In Wichita Falls at Entered II tb roil Office In Lancaster, Kt last Thursday morning, where he has aa Mall Matter. lived for the past 31 years. The Daily Times'of that city has the Member Kentucky Press Association following concerning hi death: E. ROBINSON. Second-Class J. rips on his person the tooth of n war horse, the only condition being that GAKKAKD CIIICIMT COUUT. the hnrse Itself has, nt some time. Mollie Carrier, et al, Plaintiffs, been through a charge unhurt. Millionaires. Even though yon are poor In pock et you may be rich In heart. Love, as well as the stock exchange, has Its millionaire. Hut the difference to he noted Is this, that the millionaire of the heart Is the one who gives the most love, not the one who receives most. Spiritual wraith shall come by giving. Closing Hot Water Bottles. The hot water bottle will not leak at the mouth If the stopper he screwed In rold Immediately after the bag has been filled, for the hot water causes the metal socket to expand and the cold stopper goes In slightly further than If It too had bppn expanded by heat. After It Is In place It too begins to pxpand and thus tightens and pre vents leaking. Looking Into the Future. An eminent engineer has predicted that in tlmp to come the rivers of the United Statps will no longer flow as SALE I0F LAND. and Eighth District Publisher!) League. Lancaster, Ky., April 4, 1918 Kates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices for State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 f'or Calls, per line 10 , for Cards, per line "or all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line Osage Orange Toughest of Woods. One of the toughet of woods Is Osage orange, which, however, Is not nn orange nt all, hut belongs to the nettle family. Some Idea of Its strength may be hod from n report mode not long ago by the forest service, which shows that n block 30 Inches long and 2 Inches by 2 Inches In cross section, when bent, breaks under a stress of M.GGO pound. that of the DISCIPLES EMER- GENCY DRIVE. The Diiciples of Christ in this country find war conditions precipitating an emergency of serious nature upon all their eleemosynary work. Their leaders are moving stronglv to meet the situation. At this writing. State Conferences are in progress. A team of eighteen college presidents and missionaries, missionary leaders, is touring the country and creating Wonderful enthusiasm. Their hearts are in this Drive. People are stirred to the depths. A pastor in the middle West said, "I have always been a conscientious worker, but as I look back, my ministry seems as nothing in comparison with what it should have been. I realize more keenly than ever that I stand between a suffering Christ and a borrowing, sinful world. Henceforth, no occasion is unimportant, no service in- significant." Ilusiness men are attending the Conferences In large numbers, and everywhere they are a bulwark of strength. They stand for large measures. They urge vigorous and immediate prosecution of the task. The chief woman are present In every Conference. There is but one voice from them, it is for complete consecration and for unstinted service. Statu apportionments have been made. They are larger than anything the church ever faced before, but they are received in a spirit of devoted courage. Reports already in give promise of success. A western church has already secured pledges aggregating five times their total missionary gifts of last year. This Is but one of many rays of hope already apparent. The Disciples in this state have held a stiring Conference and are already organizing and prosecuting a campaign to reach every member of every church in the state. The emergency Drive contemplates the raising of $2,250,000 before June first to reach the goal of the Men and Millions Movement, G,300,000.' and to provide an extra million or more for the Immediate relief of the war Following an illness of several weeks brought on by a paralytic attack. Dr. Samuel H. Burnsme, one of the oldest in point of residence, and citizens prominent physician and surgeon since tho early days of Wichita Falls, died o'clock at the Thuraday night at 12.-0family home, 1004 Kemp Boulevard. Funeral services were held this after noon at four o'clock from the First Church, Presbvterian Kev. N. F, Grafton, pastor of the church officiating. The Masons were in charge of the services. Dr. Ilurnside was 63 years of age at the the time of his death, being born Kentucky in 1855. He in Lancaster, comes of a prominent Virginia family which traces its descent directly to the Wallace clan of Scotland. General Ilurnside of Civil War fame was a cousin and there were many other members of the family of military fame, though 'the tuture doctor was himself too young to take any part in the struggle. In 1887 he was married in Fort Worth to Miss Mary M. Gnce, of Philadelphia. Of the five children born to this union three died in infancy, The widow and two daughters, Misses Alice and Margar: survive. Also surviving are two sisters. Mrs, D. U. Walker of this city, and Mrs. Susan Anderson, of Lancaster, and three brothers; Dr. Will Ilurnside, of Darbourville, .Ky.. J. A. and Joseph Ilurnside, of Lancaster. The youngest of nine brothers and next to the youngest of fourteen chil dren. Samuel Ilurnside was always possessed of a frail body, but an courage and a force of will and iron nerve that carried him through childhood sickness and later through several illnesses in later life when other physicians said he had not a chance to recover. Since an acci dent about five years ago when his automobile collided with a street car in this citv Dr. Ilurnside had been far from strong, and last fall suffered a paralytic stroke. However he rallied and was for a time able to resume his practice. In the last few months his health failed rapidly and It has been thought for weeks that the end was not far off. Happiness., I used to think it wu greut to disregard happiness, to press tit n high goul, careless, disdainful of It, Hut now 1 see there Is nothing m greut as to bo capable of Happiness tu pluck it out of each moment, and, whatever bap-pento Ilnd that one can ride as gay and buoyant on tho angry, menacing, tumultuous waves of life as on those, that glide nud glimmer under u clear fit) ; that It Is not defeat and wretchedness which comes out of the storm of adversity, but strength ond calm-aes- s, Anne UllchrUt. thpy do today. Hach important stream will be merely a scries of sluggish lakes, with electric power stations In between. All the little streuins will be wiped out, nnd their waters com blned Into the great ones that are to supply the heat, light and power of the future. Broken Stov Lining. If any one contemplates mending a broken stove lining with n cement made of salt and ashes mixed with wa tor, don't do It. The salt will rust the Instove, ruining It beyond repair. stead, get n quart or so of cement and some sand frpm the street, and mix Willi water. Fill all the holes and cracks nnd your lining will be ns good ns n new one and your stove not In Jured. Filipino Legend. A Philippine legend tells of the orlg- - NEW CENSUS BLANKS. I am asking all trustees to come or send to my office Saturday April C and get the new census blanks. The State Department was delayed in sending out these blanks this year until the Legislature adjourned, which passed the new law allowing only children between the ages of six and eighteen to be reported on the census. It is impossible to mall these blanks as they are In so many forms. Jennie Higglni, Supt. The purpose of the sale herein is to reinvest the proceeds arising therefrom in other real estate. TERMS; The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be reuulred to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due In six months bearing interest at the rate Cause of Apoplexy. of six per cent per annum from date Despite the fact that medical men until paid, having the rorce and ellect s pre- - of a judgment for which execution Jnay look upon upoplexy ns deposition, the courts and laity have issue, payable to W, II. Urown, Master. . t. ,: . . v. i It as nlraost juuimiaiuiier ui me un.miu i iiii:uii nt times regarded traumatic In Ita nature. The physi Court, and a lien will be reserved ucn cian thinks In terms of the blood press- the property sold until all the purchsse ure, hypertrophy of tho heart and vas- money Is paid. W. II. HUOWN. M. C. G. C. C cular degeneration, nnd to n much less G II Swinebroad. Att'y for Plffs. extent to muscular effort and emotional stress, for these factors only pre- Capt. A. M. Uourne, Auct. cipitated an Inevitable accident. 'An exciting cause may be minimal, a Hidr. den exposure to cold, or ubsent ORDINANCE. Medical Ilecord. The Citv Council of the Citv of l.an. Caster, Kentucky do ordain us follows: Spanish Pronunciations. It shall be unlawful for any person or The loth, nn nnclent persons to run an Automobile, Motor people, pronounced barbaric like Cycle or Motor Truck, within the limmoths; Moors, Inhabitants of Moroc- its of the Citv of Lancaster, or upon co, pronounced like boors; mantilla, any of the streets of said city or upon accent cm second syllable; Valladolld, the Public Souare of said Citv. at a greater rate of speed than C miles per a city of Spain, pronounced the corners or on the accent on lust syllable; TCer- - bour around said city, crossings of and not exceedvantes, Spanish novelist, author of ing 10 miles per hour upon the 'streets "Don Quixote," pronounced Thayr-von- Any one violating the proof said City. tace, accent on second syllable. In the visions ot this ordinance shall be fined Spanish language c before e und 1 has not less than $5.00 nor more than $10. the sound of the English th und Is for etch offence. This ordinance shall pronounced thuy, Seville, city la be in force from and after its passage, Bur- and publication. Spain, Is pronounced Say-vee- l, J, M, Duncan, Mayor. gos, u province und city ot Spain, Is lloor-gocII. K. Ilerndon, Clerk. pronounced In warfare of head hunting. ... Igorot always brings home the One duy the tends of his victims. Jtoon, a woman, was beating out brass. flip young child of tho Sun stow! near bv, watching. His scrutiny angered the Moon, und she threw u stick at him, causing decapitation. The Sun then appeared and put his child a head I declaring that beuck on his trunk, cause of the Moon's wanton act mor tals would henceforth cut off each other's heads when In wrath. ii Glass Carrier, et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered al the March term, l'Jlf, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o clock a. m., on MONDAY, APHIL22nd, 1913 it being the first day of the Garrard county Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: In Usrrard County, Kentucky, on the waters ol Uix iciver and bounded as follows: Heginning at a point ill the spring branch, known as the Hrikht Spring Itranch, a corner to Nathan Noe's part of the whole tract bought irorn 1. Si. Dunn: thence along and with the top and the meanders of the clltr or Uix Kiver, up the same. N 77 j W. 3.10 poles; thence N 9 W 10 poles W 32 poles N 30 W 8 pales N 63 N W 28 poles N 15 W 8 poles N LSI W 32 poles, JN Yli w (vies to a stake two poles S 441 K from two marked elders, said stake a corner in line to it. M. Kcbinsoh: thence his line S 44 K zui,3 poles to a stake near and south east or an old gate, corner to said Robinson: thence S 47 E 146 ioles to the middle of the county load leading to Ushers road: corner to sa d Hob n son, the two foregoing lines running with a partnership fence; thence with the middle of said road N 44J K 1G leet; tnence leaving tne road and running back parallel with KobinaoVs line N 47 W. 37 (x)les to a stske near the east gale post at a gate, said stake is ltj feet from Robinson's line and is corner to Nathan Noe; thence with his line N 441 r; 44 'JO Poles to a stake. corner to same. N 48 W 70 notes to a stake, corner to same, N 3i W 24 00 poles to the end or a stone lence. cor ner to same, N 42i W 15 poles with the stone fence to the middle of the spring branch, corner to same: thence down and with said branch N 41 W 10.10 Doles to the beirinnlnir. conta n ni? 79 acres. To which is added the cliff land bordering along the foregoing de scribed tract or land running from the corner of the spring branch and down the same to Dix River and up said river to It. M. Robinson 's corner and thence with his line to the ton of the cliff, supposed to contain about 41) acres. Ileing the same land conveyed to fioine carrier, et al, ny Ml'ha Howling and wife bv deed dated Anril 4. 1899. anil recorded In the Garrard Counlv Clerk s office in deed book 15, Dape 425. sssMssssaMsaMaMM "MsalsMI HI Pure Paint You can depend on pant made of pure white-lea- d ond pure linseed oil. It gives greatest covering, power and loncest wear. Dutch Boy white-leamixed with pure linseed oil, makes weatherproof paint. For interiors, it assures a beautiful, smooth surface, easily washed. Any tint. Whether you buy of us over the counter, by mail or bytelephone, you will liavo our best service. Our stock is complete and reliable. Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d J. E, STOPMES nn.l K. E, McROBERTS. 13bOODED STOCK American Chester" 6860. COMHtNEl) HOUSE Hed sorrel, four white feet, 15.3 hands, four years old and absolutely sound. Sired by Chester Chief 1129. he by Cheiter Dsre 10. I)m American Maid 1208C.. by American Eagle 2051, he by Ilex Squirrel 2nd. 2053. This horse possesses the style of the Ch.ster Dsre family, with good bone and short back and an attractive looking horse. old, standard color, black with white nolnts. Jack five good head, neck and ear, large foot and bone with good lenglh and bioad breast ed. This Jack is a prompt performer ar.d a sure breeder, and sires a high claso type of mule ot uniform size. This stock is young, fresh and ready. They will make the season of 1018 at my stable six miles from Lancaster and three miles from Itryantavtlle near the Lexington pike on the Ilout lane below t'ie Fork church at Marksbury at A high class ' "MAJOR HEARNE" years The Old Price of $10.00 Each to Insure a Living Colt. Men retained on colt until season is paid, Itryantsville, l'hone J7.U Robt. R. Fox, Sjte Lancaster, Ky. DCZZ1CZZ1C DC J f A U Good Used Car is a better investment i than n New One of Inferior Quality. We have the following used cars fur sale nnd guaranteed: J010 Overland four $325. 1913 Overland four $350. lOlOSexon Six $350. 19IOOaklnnd Six $550. 1910 Oakland six $075. .917 Studebaker six $900. 1015 Buick four $500. 1910 Buick six $05(1. 1917 Buick four $600. 1917 Huick six $800. 1917 Buick Six $1,000 We will be pleased to show you any of the nbove cars. Make Your Next New Car a Buick The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. 3L-- itzzzm ic J1 II Jl ItZZJC 5" The Central Record, Thursday, April 4 1918. As The Battle Progresses We are fighting bravely and holding our own both by procuring desirable merchandise and being successful In selling it. EASTEE Charming New Models IN TOG-G-EB- T IFOIES UNUSUAL QUALITY-- IS IN OUR TOIi IE InT THE USUAL Foulard Silks and many beautiful foulard patterns in volls, on display. All the new models both in front lace and back lace CORSETS to Coats, Suits, Dresses Seldom lins n season styles presented clisinuini! deverslty of moiiel mid idens. Tlir colors loo, ore exceedingly such iitlrnciivc. PUMPS, COLONIALS, BOOTS Yoii mwlani, who demand n pretty model of unusual daintiness arid rharm, can do so with the nssurance of your desires being gratified nt once, if you call and inspect our lines. suit all figures. VISIT OUR RUG AND CARPET DEPARTMENT. THE ONE PRICE STORE. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE j COMPANY. jQouu EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUTFITTERS. Miss Elizabeth Simpson, spent last Mrs. Logan Stephenion, of Lincoln, Sunday with her grandparents, Mr and and neice of Mr. E. C. Gaines of this , Mrs U. I). Simpson. city, is reported as recovering rapidly for oppendicitis, Mr Arber Lee, wife and children, Mr from an operation One-hors- e SB Vulcan Plows Gas Engine Wade Lee wife and children spent Sun- She is now at St. Joseph hospital. Louisville. day with Mr and Mrs II. I). Lee. John Deere Steel Flow Syracuse plow A Brief Mention of th Comlrti snd The appointment of Miss Emma Hay Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph leaves Sunday One-hors- e Two-hors- e Oliver S. B. Syracus JOoinji by Thou Wt Arc Interfiled In. for Peru, Ind, to see her mother whoj as assistant Postmaster at Stanford is has been sick there for several weeks. received here with much satisfaction Done Mill 1.00 Brooder ?3.00 Incubator ?7.()0 She assumed her new duties last Jlon Range f82 Mrs. Joe Francis was in Lexington, Mailable Friends of Marshal Luther Herron day morning and we Disc Harrow 515. Double Disc with Truck 590. feel that her efli. are glaJ to see him out again after be- cient services will be Monday on business. appreciated by ing confined to his home for several the patrons of the office. Mn G. C. Walker was a vintor in weeks. i Lexington, Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Orville fluck and chilI Mr. l.uther Gibhs. Misies Klizabeth1 Deal House. The Mr and Mrs G. U. SvtinebroaJ were Gitbt and Anna llelle IJurnside, motor-e- d dren, left Monday for Danville to reside. Mr. Buck ha:, a good position visitors in Danville, last week. to Louisville for a few days stay with the National Insurance Co. with Mrs. Adolph Joseph is visiting her this week. headquarteis :t Danville. While we mother In Louisville this week. Mrs. It. E. McHoberts has returned regret to give this estimable family up Mrs Jim West of Richmond spent home after a months stay in Norfolk, we wish them success in their new Va., th guest of her daughter, Mrs. home. Wednesday with Mrs Cabell Kenny. It. D. Spindle. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kobinson were in Mrs. R. C. Clark was hostess at an Mrs Jake Foley and daughter. Miss Easier dining Sunday. About twenty Louisville for a few dajs this week. Lizzie, were the pleasant guest last five guests being present. After the Mr.llubert Cobb, of Cincinnati, was Sunday of Mr and Mrs J. F. Folev. at well prepared dinner had been served the guest of Mits Lillie Jones last Hackley, Ky. Mrs. Clark had au Easter hunt for the week. Messrs William Kinriaird, Edwin Wal fourteen children that were present. J Miss Kulla Montgomery spent Tues-daiii prize being ottered to the one finding (!) night and Wednesday with Mrs II. jker and Hanv Itaney of M. M. 1. Mil- lersuurg, were guests oi nome ioiks the most eggs. Master's Earl Ward I). Lee. Clark and J. T Pollard, proved to be for the week-end- . Mr. William Kavanaugh. of Centre the champion egg hunters, it being a Mr. and Mrs. Miley Walker and AT College, spent the week end with tie between them, they both received a daughters. Hazel and Marie, of Buckhome folks. C) eye were the guests of Mr. George prize. The children were then all lined up in rotation, ami a most joyful sur Mr and Mis It T. Embry and sons Ilrown and family Sunday. prize happened. Their host appeared of Lexington, were visitors in LancasWillie Mac Elliott of Transylvania before them with "Grand mothers grab ter, Sunday. w.ek-er.- d College spent the with home bag" full of presents for them, and Ill WR ! F.I.I. FOR T.F.SS. Mrs. Jew Uryant left Tueday fur folks. lie was accompanied home by seeing each child getting a grab in the Lexington where she will enter a Bull-les- s his friend. Mr E. K. Milton. "grab bag" and bringing something School. Miss Edna Ilerkele of State Unive- out was certainly n pleasing sight for Misses Ida Mao and Maud Bourne rsal spent the week-en- d with her aunt, the eye to witness. The children then motored to llairodsburg Friday, and Miss Leavy Dunn. She was accom- thanked and gave joyful cheers to their clever hostess. Thu never-to-b- e visited friends. panied home bv Miss Lois Powell. forgotten day was well spent and en Mr Charley Tuttle of Itarboursville Miss Annie Margaret Elkin who has joyed immensely by both young and has been a recent visitor of his brother, been in Lexington attending Business PLEASE PRESENT YOUR old present. , Mr Henry Tuttle. College completed her course last week Mrs W. A. Dickerson and daughter. and is here for a visit to her home Miss Katie Haines, were visitors in people. Uncatisfactory Visit Danville last week. "Congressman Tvvobhlo writes thnt Sterling Herron, of the Marine sermy representative and wants to FOR A Miss Annie Margaret Klkm was the vice, stationed at Pans Island, N. C. he h is at home on few days furlough, serve me." paid Mr. Dubwalte. "What guest this week of Miss Althsire are jou going to nsk fori" "Nothing. with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. E. at Lebanon. The last time I visited Washington, Herron. with the fond expectation of hobnobLittle "baby Sister" Caneea of StanThe local ited Cross shipped during bing vvltli the great, he turned me over ford was the guest of Mrs J. It. Mount the month of March, 130 Hospital lied to his keeretary, and the most ImporSaturday and Sunday. tant person I met was n hotel door-man.- " shirts, 21 sweaters, 50 pairs of so-kBirmingham Miss Mildred ileuley was inStanford (2 pairs trench socks. It pairs of wrist-- I Don't delay until the supply is exhausted. ast week the guest of her aunt, Mrs lets. 0 helmets, VM2 Surgical dressings. Will llnys and family, Expecting Too Much. Mrs. II. C. T. ltichmond, and atThe girl or liny who expects her Mr. Hurry Francis of Paint Lick tractive little daughter, Roberta Katli-erinto ho perfect has many n disapfriends passed through our city last Tuesday are with her parents, Mr. and pointment In store. Human nature Is WWW WW JJJ on his way to Louisville. Mrs. J. A. Arnold. Lieut. ltichmond full of surprises, but perfection would Misses Dorthy Iteid and Porter Scott of the Medical Corps is located "Some he tho greatest surprise of all. Do not 1 Hudson accompanied Miss Margaret where in France". lie ustimUhcd when you discover some Cook home for the week end. little llnw In your friend's character. Mr J. Y. Robinson arrived in Lancas- - For unless love has blinded him, It Is Mrs. C. L. Doner lias returned to ter yesterday morning trom his winter very certain that your friend has disl.oulsvillo utter a weeks visit to her home at Columbus, (in. As is now his covered n similar flaw In yourself. daughter, Mrs. Adolph Joseph. custom he will remain with us throughHe has taken rooms Mr. It. 1M Klkiu attended a meeting out the summer. How He Foretold Weather. TO of Kentucky and Indiana newspaper at the Kengarlan. At Whitby, when the moon Is sur-- i men at Louisville last Monday. muled by halo of watery clouds, Mrs. W. A. Price entertained the Mr. 0. T. Wallace, of the United Junior Misjionary Uand at an Easter he seumen say there will he u change OF ' Weather, for the moon dogs nre Kenlty Company, was a visitor In our hunt in Mrs. Anion's yard last Saturnit. An amusing story is told about day ufternoon. About sixty little girls city lat Saturday for a few hours. In Torquay. A gule huv-- and bovs were present and they spent g taken place during the night, he Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn of State quite an enjoyable afternoon. Dainty Id ho hud foreseen It, us he hail no-- i University, spent tbo Easter holidays refreshments were served. d n stur ahead of the moon towing All wtia have not ulrcadv done so, will please procure u sup-pl- y with her mother. Mrs. W. A. Price. r and another astern chasing her, War SaVings Stamps and Thrift Stamps, War Savings Dr. Prlntus Walker, of the Cincinof Mrs. Jennie Krve has returned to her nati School of Veterinarians, Cani anil Thrift Cards from their Hanker at once and place tame was at I know'd 'twas coming then, safe ough," be told them ull. lamdon on sale home at Peru I .id. after a months visit home for a few days this week. He Lilt. We are Informed by the Treasury Department that Kentucky to her sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. was accompanied here by his friend, is at the bottom of the lilt of Stales in the sale of these Stamps. Dr. C. G. Ryle, of the ssce school, Mr and Mrs K. G. Hurt ami son, of Habit to Do Avoided. Let Garrard county and every pstriotlc citizen of Garrard county, who is thinking of locating In Stanford Crab Orchard, were the guest of Mr The habit of unkind criticism or prodo his part to redeem the fair name of Kentucky, and help win at the completion of his school about and Mrs It. II. llatson, the past week, the war. miscuous criticism. If you prefer the May 1st. v. ord, grows by leaps and bounds Urge every customer, who Is able to do so, to buy the limit: If Mrs. Laban Kirk and Mrs. Hendren, A delightful musical was given by iM'rmlttoil to flourish at ull. We have Urge all others to buy to the limit of their $1000.00 of stamps. of Paint Lick, were two charming and Mrs. Harry Tomlinsnn and pupils at ideas In which wo take u certain buying. If they can not buy Saving 5: ability, and to keep on attractive visitors in our midst Monday the Womans Club last Thursday after mount ot pride, unci those who do Stamps, insist that Ihey buy Thrift Stamps. not live by them fall under the baa Miss Florence Ilrown of State Univ- noon. The rooms were artistically and Get Your report card into tho mail Saturdsy, March 2nd.show-Ir.- g of our displeasure. We havo no reaersity all sales up to that date, Beginning Thursday, March 7th, we accompanied Miss Florence appropriately decorated in potted plants son for believing that our ways are Johnson home for the Easter holidays. and cut flowers. Those who took part jitter, we merely assume It, and exwill publish In the Central Itecord, a report showing the sales of In the program were: MUses Slavin of each agent in the county. Let's sea who will head the list. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Klkin, of Uoston Texas, Elizabeth Gibbs, Lucila Thomp- pect others to take the same line of 11. V. IIAST1N, Chm. Garrard County War Savings Com. thought. You see wo demand freedom arrived last night and are guests of son, Cell. Palmer, Johnnetta Farra, of action that we are not willing to Capt, T. A. Elkln, on ltichmond street. Lucile Schooler tied Thelma Hamilton. to others. Exchange. Special Prices $100., $10. $15. $17. Gossip About People vsv FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN $15. $8.00 Rooms for rent. Miss Fannie Bishop. Money for sheep claims is ready to be paid. Call on J. It. Bourne. Clerk. For Sale harness. Surrey. Buccv and set of F. D. Palmeter. J. r I. R, MOUNT Q BUY CO. FOR RENT: Grass for crazlnir. Fisher Herrinrr. WANTED: If- - 500 locust posts A. 11. at once. Bastin ond Son. FOR SALE; 2tpd Two milk cows, fresh. MissSallieTillett. Seed Sweet Potatoes. i $ I FOR SALE: Several suws withnii-- t also several sows ready to farrow. W. V. Gastineau. For Sale. I Potatoes J2. 1,1 .1. Imnhel Pnlnln Onion Set fuJper bushel. Raspberry Hants. J. R. Mount. For Sale. old Hereford bull, also about two tons loose hay. U. M. Burgess. Paint Lick, Ky, Good two year Sander's Variety Store. I EGGS FOR HATCHING. White and Brown Leghorn" eggs, $1. per setting. Bull" Orpington eggs. $1.00 to J3.00 per setting. ' Walton Moss. ,: JACK FOR SALE. COUPONS AT ONCE We have a 4 vear old hlnek .tnek will sell or trade worth the money. Is sound and;alright. T. J. and T. 0. HILL. Buckeye Ky. FOR SALE Free Package of "Boric" $ IllVllWIWVi - IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN. Modern 7 room dwelling, water, lights and bath, 'nice 'size lot; desirable location. Priced right and good reason for Belling. D. A. THOMAS REALTY CO. Lancaster, Ky. BIDS WANTED. J Bids will he rereivpil rn,m hi. .l.t until April 20th. 1918", for building on addition to the Paint Lick Consolidated school. Bids will be opened on above date. Plans ar.d specification can be seen at the office of the County Clerk, together with the plans of the present building. County Board of Fducatlnti. AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR FINE STOCK FOR SALE. one reel.. tcred Aberdeen Angus bull calf, ready for service and good enough to head any herd. Price, J250. Also several grade Angus bull calves, price $100 to $125. One four vear old black Jar!: with white points, well broken and u good one. Priced to sell quick. A. D. BRADSHAW. Lancaster. Ky. I desire to sell privately, 3 1 8 1 THE SALE WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS FREE A Thrift Stamp with every order for 100' setting eggs if bought before March 31st. A few IJaby Chicks for Sale ERLE G. may 1) Box 272. FARRA, Lancaster, Ky I The Central Record, Thursday, April 4, 1918. PACKAGE FOR SHIPPING BEES LANCASTER WIFE The "Green Seal'd" Home Cottajrc Bungalow, and prcnt mansion all aliko need Hanna's Green Seal Paint occasionally. A home may bo ever so costly, and of pleasing: architecture, but it must be kept cleanly painted at all times to really be considered at- Cooib Frame It Placed In Hive Until Queen Hit Become Accustomed to 4 Cover With Netting. DOING GOOD WORK. (By tractive Veins Hanna's Green Seal Paint is not so much an expense a an investment. It pays" back a good deal more than it eosta in protecting- - property, in beautifying it, and In IU witisfactory service. "I have been bail off with stomach and liver trouble and bloating for man) Quebec) To ship boqs In tlilii Ixn It la neces- years. No doctors or medicine helped sary to place tlie rnnili frame In the me. On the advice of my druggist, I hive until the queen linn become accus- bought a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful tomed to the coinli nnd until the re- - Item'edy and I don't wunt to miss a single dose. It has given me more benefit than all the mclicine I have I feel 1 am doing good to ever taken recommend it to others," It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from n the intastlnal tract and allaya the which causes practically all stomsch, liver and intestinal ailments. including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. II. K. McltOllEUTS. Druggist Dee Package. C J. I.TNDK. Macdonatd College. UOKN bttDPer Bushel $.00 Jr I? O, 13. 44MIPPINC1 STATION. Don't Plant Corn from Your Crib this Year Witnout Germination Test. Germination tests made hv vour Kxerimrnt Station show that the corn crown In your county last vrar will not do to plar.t. And lt'is our duty this vesr to plant corn that you know will germinate 90 per cent and better. Tests made by County Agents show n few thousand bushels that germinate about 90 per rent. Standard Varieties maturing IK) to 110 days. We can supply a limited quantity of this carefully selected corn at $3.00 per bushel, f. o. b. shipping oint. Address quired larvne, eggs nnil honey have boon deposited. The frnine la then plnceit 'In the package, the sides, top and bottom are covered with netting nntt the bees nre Inserted through the end opening by means of n funnel. MAINTENANCE OF EARTH ROAD Christian PATRIOTISM ON THE AMERICAN FARM BACK TO THE LAND County Board of Agriculture Hopklnsville, Kentucky. S licierences: iieoury ;irgan, aiate Ageni, ionrge or ,gricui ture. Ltxlncton. Kvi First National Hank. Ilotiklnsville. Kv. D Same Principle! of Drainage Apply to "We can count to the utmost degree Clay Roadi Keep Pipe Line and on tho patriotism of the American Ditches Open. farmer," Herbert Hooter sat J In a reThe snme principle "of drainage ns cent conference with Food Administranpply to the enrth minis should npply tion workers of tho different stales. This was the message brought back to the sand-clarends. The snnd-clnby the Kentucky representative who road are usually locnted by nn engineer before they are built, nnd In this attended the conference. Food must first be raised before It event they nre constructed on n grade can bs sent to American soldiers and with proper provisions, for drainabroad and their English, French, Del age, It remains for the maintenance force to nee that the pipe lines nnd glan and Italian associates In war ditches nre kept open. The surface of Tho only people who can raise food In road requires continual large quantities are the farmers, and the sand-claattention and it should he dragged af- thn Kentucky soldiers st llattlesburg are counting ter every rain or wet spell; It should and Camp Zachary Taylorproducing the not be allowed to deteriorate nnd blow on tho folks back home largest food crop In the history of the away. As this class of roads Is more expen- state. People who live In cities and small sive than the enrth roads nre. o Is Kentucky are help their maintenance more expensive, hut, towns Inwar by raising asked to hack-yar- d win the their own This yell bred and well known show hojse will on the other hand, the service that gardens. Every time a city famthey give Is much more satisfactory garden than that of the enrth roads. The ily raises a bushel of beans In a barn at make the season communities through which they run tho Food Administration Is enabled to tkke a bushel of beans from the farm nre usually more enlightened and progressive than those on the enrth ronds, and send them to Europe. Gardeners urged to raise enough beans and and therefore nre more able nnd will- are potatoes to last all next winter, and to ing to bear the maintenance cost. store them on their own premises. Administration announces It is useless to mention his breeding so well known is he in this CLEANING GRAIN OF BENEFIT The Food entire country east of the that tho community. Tiieie is no better bred horse'living. His tyre and conMississippi River would have been Farmer Could Not Only Demand Top short of potatoes this last winter exfirmation, his winning of the Prices, but Would Also Obtain cept for this home supply raised In Screenings for Feed. gardens last year, but because they Champion Road Class and the Champion Breeding were raised In gardens potatoes today Investigators declare are plentiful and one of the cheapest Government grain foods In the market, and every one thnt the producer of the Kentucky State Fair often receives less than It Is north In should use them freely. The man who Places him above any other harness horse in Kentucky. His colts are order that the buyer may pay an equal can raise a garden this year, and does price to the grower of grain of Inferior not do so, will not only fall to help fine and sell high when put on thejmarket. qualify. If the farmer would clean his win the ar, but will be In actual grain he could not only demand top danger of himself suffering for food prices, but would thereby obtain next winter, screenings worth $10" to Sl'i a ton for Save Food. feed. The specialists believe that The Food Administration announces grain of Inferior fanners who deliver to the people of Kentucky that there quality should not expect to receive a will be sugar for canning this year. price equal to that paid for Those who need sugar for canning grain. have only to apply to their County at the canning time, who FOR INCREASED CROP YIELDS will give them certificates entitling them to purchase In necessary quanManure Adds Plant Food and Organic tities. Matter to Soil Matter Is cf Hae Food. Great Importance. During the next four months America will be shorter of wheat than anyEstimates of the returns of crops thing else. Lessening of wheat confed on the farm, by way of manure sumption Is a military necessity. Wa nre worked out on the basis of the have less than a bushel apiece which tonnage fed, and they vary greatly must bo made to last until about July ilu. to the methods of handling and 1st. Having wheat is war work, and preserving the manures. It has been the man or woman who wasteswheat shown by careful preservation of the Is In the class with the Itusslan manure that 30 tons of ensilage fed who destroyed ammunition and can return ns much as fin pounds of enabled the Huns to make their Innitrogen. 25 to 0 pounds of phosphorvasion of Itussta a holiday affair. Having decided to move to and be-cau- se ic nclil, nnd 40 to pounds of potah. Kavs Food to take shows of the uncertainity of shipping due to congestion This care of nn Inducement The campaign for additional signamanure. good tures to the Household I'ledge Card Is I will on throughout progressing Kentucky. SILAGE FOR COW IN WINTER About 200,000 women have signed, but 300,000 have not, and tho campaign Ration Can Be Furnished In Extreme will continue until every one of the Cold Weather That Will Produce 300,000 have cither signed or positively High Yield of Milk. refused to do so. In somo of tho coun ties the newspapera are printing tha 2 o'clock at my residence on Campbell st next door Tho average cow does her best In names of those who sign. In those at the spring, when she has succulent everybody knows that at public feed and n palatable ration, which Is a countiesnames are not printed arethose to S. N. Davis store in Lancaster, not whose food containing proper trying to win tha war, and are not good auction, all of my househole goods described as fol- nutrients for milk production. In Americans. winter, with alfalfa hay, silage, ami lows: Saa Food. grain, a ration can be furnMied that One Oak bed room suit, three bed steads and will produce Ju.t us much milk us can Food Administration workers In county are taking of rugs, some he contained In truly summer when every who sign and thosetho names not bedding, one large wardrobe, four who do thoso the cow Is on grass. Silage provides sign. Copies of these names will be seven or eight small rugs incnes, 3 good rock- In winter the succulence which Is fur- kept In each county, In Louisville and ing chairs, 2 sets of dining room chairs, 1 set of which nished In summer by the green grass. In Washington. Soon this record will tha children is extra nice and scarcely a scratch on them. Three USE OF LEGUMINOUS PLANTS be complete, and theKentucklansof will future generations of old-fashihand made chairs in good condition, one be able to tell 100 years from now grandparents were whether In Feeding Singer sewing machine in good condition, 1 refrigera- Of Special .Value Improvement Animals Americanstheir selfish slackers. gaud or of aa Well as tor good as new, 1 ice cream freezer, 1 Oak dining Soil Fertility. Have Food. room table, 1 safe, 1 no. cooking range almost good Leguminous plants nre of special In an Interview today, Fred, M, the Federal Food Administraas new, also lot of cooking vessels, 1 No 15 Coles hot value In feeding animals ns well as Eackett, Kentucky, aald that tho active tor for for Improving the fertility of the soil. be waa blast heating stove, lot of glass and chlnaware, 1 hand The liny of leguminous crops Is rich In peopVt of the state receivingthefrom the In all enorts made, drawn work table cloth and eight napkins to protein nnd also carboliydrates, hence which the Administration at Washingmore economical for animals than ton was making to Insure adequate One Is made from tho nonlegumes. match and some nice hand made hay supply of foodstuffs and equitable dis set of heavy harness with collar and hames, 1 garden tribution at fair prices, was intensely prices of In war plow and a lot of other things too numerous to mention. FOOD VALUE OF VEGETABLES gratifying. are high, timeshigh prlcea all yet In foodstuffs things are of good quality and in first class condition. production, and It la quan All of these duce large They Are Succulent, Afford Bulk and tity of food that thla country needa Everybody invited. Don't miss this sale as you know furniture and Contain Certain Oood Mineral today. Whatever sacrifice of personal Constituents. everything else is awful high now and you will be certain to see some gain la being made la by our people TERMS CASH. who produce our needed food, Is but bargains here that day. Vegetables are very valuable food the tribute of the man and woman at and should be raised In abundance for home to our boya who have gone from the farm family. In addition to the every community to fight for our freeregular food value of vegetables they dom and our liberties. are succulent, afford bulk and contain fa'avs FuuU- Capt. Am. Bourne, Auct. certain mineral constituent. I JSIJND CASH WITH YOUR OKOUU. Christian County Honnl of Agriculture Is pntriotlciilly, without compensation. working KliNO MONROE, IS P a nark MS. -- 1099 t'rl(!tr!iirasrk ( Pan . I Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky. hands high, will weigh 1100 Drown Stallion with thrte white feet pounds, has long Hue nesk, fine heal set on high idee thin withers, good abort back with ns gun a tail as ever was on a horse, gool bone and good feet. !Rss 03 If O hex Monrcf V'4 Ms BLEUCHEE 46158' of1918, atmy o u u . UhJI, fpecaark I llrrierc K Lou MamtartMS ipsa i sum-tr- BUf Ssnlrrrl I Ma. Mains, pramark Prbmark l A S c a o Lsrt llJ IXlisi4 1 i Mambtltu Le llrsnit w ma co bonis Dackiaaa lino Psak. I ..tpiitnr-t.i Mtwrtt l PtOMatk S4 f Mms IHassawit. Jr. i Hlxk Pan IM.mou.1 $20. To Insure a Living Colt. KING MOMtOi: has armuch ttjte speed and action as any saddle horse living. It can be seen that this horse belongs to the greatest family of thv saddle hjrse lieing a real Drnmar i. You can make no mistake Study his pedigree and be convinced. He will get 04 saddle horses of the highest by breeding to this horse. Kvrry type. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. man should breed his mares and breed them to the best. KING MONKOF. will make the present season at my barn at Classat $15. To Insure a Living Colt. Will also stand twofgood Jacks at $10. for mare colt r undj$8. for horse colt. All of tlie above stock wiiltmake the seaien at my farm on the GillispiA pike three miles from Taint Lick am) two miles from llackley. W. B.1URT0N, Lancaster, Ky. N. W. ROGERS. n 1 THE WAR, THE FARM AND THE FARMER By Herbert Quick Whr) Gerard waa our am.iassador The farms of this country coulJI carry the war to a victorious con- In Uerlln. the kaiser said f him one even If all the rest of the na- day that be would stand nn nonsenso clusion tions should quit Thn rest will not from America after the war. Do )ou know what that means? It quit; but we could win It .without them If we had to do IL The farmers means that the Germans Intend to 111 j ill! e anotherState Saturday, April 6th, '18 Ky.,offer 9x12 27x54 8 centerpieces. J. E. riontgomery of the United States can whip Germany. We can whip them with guns. We can hlp them with our products. We can whip them with our money. IJvery farmer In tho United States must remember that the war baa a first mortgage on every cent he has. The last spare cent In the pockels of every farmer In America should be devoted to the war. Tho kaiser began foreclosing his mortgage on our farma when he declared ruthless submarine warfare. Tho war is our answer to his bill of foreclosure. Our contribution Is, first, our sons and brothers for the trenches; second, the last pound of food products which we can grow by mobilising our scanty labor supply, utilizing the men, women and children and the townspeople about us; and third, money for Liberty llonds. This is the crucial year of tho war. Our soldiers are at the front, hundreds of thousands of them In the trenches, and a million more ready to go. The wholo burden of carrying on our own part In tho war, and of aid' ins our sister nations In arms, reeta on the United Statea Treasury. It the treasury fulls or falters or finds Itself unable to respond to every call upon it, tho war la lost Do ou realize that? Your son, and all tho nation's sons are relying on the United States Treasury to furnish thlnga with which they may fight. Their lives are lost It the treaaury falls. Our country Is lost If the treasury falls. Germany wins If the treasury falls. Therefore every cent you can rake and scrape together belongs to the .treasury, that our soldiers may come back to us allvo and victorious. This We can whip the Is literally true. Germans with our money; but not with the money In our pockets or bank accounts. It must go Into the United States Treasury In subscriptions to Liberty Bonds, (TUsbUsUalsf awrlH this country If they come cut of this war victorious. Tho German Imperial government has preached the superiority of Her--; many to all the rest of the world un-- ( HI thn German nation is drunk with megalomania. One of their great writers expressed thn prevailing, official view In 1503. whsn he wrote: The Teutonic race Is called ujwn to circle the earth with Its rule. In exploit the treasures of nature and of human poer, and to make the passive races servient elements In Its , . Whodevelopment cultural ever has the characteristics of the superior. All the Teutonic race Is dark peoples aro mentally Inferior, because they belong to the passlvn races. The cultural value, of a nation la measured by tho quantity of It contains." Aro ou one of the darker races? Are you willing to to be raed as one of the "servient elements" In Germany's cultural development? You began to be one of thn "servient elements" when peaceful people) were slaughtered as Ihey carried your Waa It because produce to market. you belonged to a "pivsslvo race?" This war Is for the purpose of saying to that Insane claim, with the roar of a hundredMhousand cannon "NOP Never since the Turks threatened to overwhelm Europe was the world in such danger as now. Germany must bo defeated this year. Unless we win, our place In the world I' lost, and our history as one of the "servient elements" begins. We must withhold nothing from the support of the war. We must give our sons. Wo must bring forth food In abundance. We must give Into tho treasury of the United States every cent we can spare. Tbla summer the support of the war is up to the farmers; and Uncle Sam baa never called upon the farm era la valnl artUla Wr Mr, Qslak.) tkiw r I The Central Record, Thursday, Aprils. 9 8. 1 1 7 If -- OUR WONDERFUL SHOWING OF r Housefurnishijig Goods this season will interest you more than ever as the assortment is much greater and the prices have been made very attractive in every department. We nrc showing n great many beautiful Mahogany and Golden Oak Dressers, any one of which cnn be us cil la the making up of a combination suite. Our prices on these dressers nrc extremely low considering their high qunllty. If you are interested in n matched suite, DU will llnl our floors well represented with some very attractive Period Suites such ns "William and Mary," "Adam" and the "Queen Ann" finished in n beautiful rich durk brown Mahogany, Walnut or old Ivory. These suites are very attractively priced from Our Rug and Floor Covering Department is well represented with some of the most beautiful patterns that we have shown $100.00 on up to $250.00 according (u the number of 'pieces and quality. It will pay you to visit our store and see the quality of these suites offered at thess extremely low prices. Mrs. Houston Scott died at their home at Laurel, Ohio, March 19th, after several weeks Illness. She was born in this county and lived here and In adjoining county until about five years ago. She united with the Uur-gi- n Ilaptist church years ago and her life was one of a true chrlitian. She leaves a husbsnd and five children to mourn her loss, the only daughter, Mrs. Wm Onstott of this place. The body was hrought to Mt. Olivet and after funeral services at the church by Itev. J. W. Mahan, was laid to rest In the cemetery there. The death of Mrs. Mollie Thompson came as quite a shock to her many friends, on last Wednesday Mar. 27th. She had been sick about two weeks but was not thought to be seriously sick. She was IA yean of age and had spent most of her life ir this community. She had been a member of the liapllst church here about 30 years and had lived a consistent christian life. She leaves three sons and four daughters, all of this community but two. Mrs. Timothy tordof Lexington, and Mrs. James llratton of Lancaster. Funeral services were conducted at the church by Itev. J. W. Mahan Friday morning, interment In Mt. Hebron leiuetery. The family have the sympathy of their many friends. you expect to buy a Buggy this spring, see our line for .we have some jobs that are strictly at the right price. up-to-da- te, WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE, VULCAN AND OLIVER PLOWS. WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. LANCASTER PROOF Reader. Sapp-Slat- on Furniture SUCCESSORS TO A. V. WHEELER FURNITURE CO. Should Convince Every Co. Danville's Largest furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. (xsaracutTa MARKSHUKY W. Funeral Lancaster, 0. RIGNEY Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence I'htme 33. Ollice Phone 18. It Cost the Average Family Less Than 10c Per Week Green Kite, told a cow to Phil ilrown for $68.73. Mrs. Kann) Pollard m ill several day lait week. Ike Kay lor liouglit a mute of V. II. Greeiri for $120. It. K. Speaka bought ten 123 pound tlioats for f 21 per cwt from Ityle Isom. Mrs. Mattle Whltaker of Wilmore baa been visiting at the home of Mr. (Ireen Kites. Ityle Worn bought a bunch nf shoata at 7 per head, and two cows and calves for $70 each. Mr. and Mrs. John Collier of east Lancaster soent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Speak). Misses Mae llrnwn. Kalherine Hilv and Irene Aldridge of Uerea College, Kerne and l.avlna Montgomery, and Messrs Sid Aldridge, and Ilradley Long of Lancaster, and Angle and Clyde Clyde Sanders of Coy were delightfully entertained last Saturday and Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Ike Naylor. The frank statement of a neighbor, telling tlje merits of a remedy, IliJs ou pause and believe. The same endorsement Ity some stranger far away Commands no belief at all. Here's a Lancaster case, A Lancvster citizen testifies. Head and be convinced. D. C. Sanders, prop, of lumber and coal business, Campbell St , says: "I have used Doan'a Kidney fill with satiafsctorv results and don't hesitate My kidneys were to endorse them. out of order and 1 nad dud, nagging backaches. I also had soreness in the small of my back and my kidneys were irregular in action. Doan's Kidney fills, procured at Stormes' Drug Store relieved the trouble and put my kidneys in good condition." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask (or a kidney remedy get Doan'a Kidney fills the same that Mr. Sanders had. Fuster-.Milbur- n Co. rrops., Buffalo. N. V. Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsville, Ky. 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country is calling for men 'of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importarce of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, 'of ten emanating from this office, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R n BRYANTSVILLE Legally Mr. It. L. Rose has bought a new Ford Sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Thomnson spent Faster at Stanford. Mr. It. I. Burton isited his brother. Mr. R. I. Burton, Sunday. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Williams is able to be out after being quite ill for several davs. Miss Teater of Buckeye was the guest of Miss Martha Curtis, recently. Mrs. W. J. Hogan has recovered from her recent illness end is now able to be out. Mrs. R. L. Hagan of Lancaster, spent the week-en- d with her daughter. Mrs. Walter Arnold. If you'll guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney back do that, you 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, bowls, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOfE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all fains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. for Packer's Profit in 1917. The Meat Bill is one of the large items in the family budget Mm Stop Hm'i quick rtlttf from irtif I a&4 paint of Rtvfuma-tlcrNtMirelfU. Spt&lnf fcnd Mmni No nerd to rub U STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-White-Mo- on 3729-3- 1 West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. 1Z I' ' but MT. HEBRON Mr. Spencer Scott has typhoid fever, Mr. James Stone Jr, is ill with pneu monia. Mrs. I.urany Montgomery remains quite ill. Mrs. Mahala Sherrow is very sick ut this willing. Miss ltuth Montgomery began a select school at Sunnyside last Monday, Miss Mollie Crawford is with her brother, Mr, J, I. Crawford for a few weeks star. Marie, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Montgomery is very sick with spinal meningitis. Mrs. J. A. Clark, Mrs. Kugene Clark und little daughter were the guests of Mrs. W. L. Grow Friday. Mrs. Miles Hill died at her home at tack ? Saturday afternoon. She leaves a husband and three small children, Mrs. Win. Duncan who has been suffering some months with rheumatism left last Wednesday tor Martinsville. Mr. and Mrs. Thai Hicks and little daughter were ths guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lem Teater, near Lancaster, Saturday and Sunday, The collection taken at the Sunday School here Sunday was given to Home and Foreign Missions. The amount was $61.62. Mission Day will be obby the church the 3rd' Sunday served In April. Rev. D. F. Sebastain of Georgetown and Miss llettie Sparks of i'aris, attended Sunday school here Sunday morning, and went I rom here to Duck-eyto be with the Sunday School there Sunday afternoon. Miss Eliza Ison has been the recent He will make guest of her sister, Mrs. A. T. Chris Chestnut sorrel, 15H hands high and a tine individual. topher at Somerset. the season of 1918 at my burn VA miles East of Lancaster and 2H Miss Jane Bowling, of M. F. C. Mil miles below lersburg, spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowling. Mr, It. K. Swope Thrivine 5795 llyattsille at TO INSURE A LIVING COLT less than 10 cents per week of it goes to the packer in profits. $15.00 In converting live stock into meat and getting it into the hands of the retail dealer, the packer performs a complex and essential service with the maximum of efficiency. The above statement is based on Swift & Company's 1917 figures and Federal Census data: Swift & Company's total output (Mr.l and byproducts) - 5,570,000,000 Pounds Swift & Company's total Profit $34,650,000.00 Profit per pound U. S. Meat Consumption 170 pounds per person per year $1.05 per person per year 170 pounds at $.0062 The average family 4& persons $4.72 per family per year 1918 year book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift It Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago. Illinois .... $.0062 Thrivine 5795, sired by Rex Peavine. 1790, he by Rex McDon- -' has purchased t aid 833. by Rex Denmark 840. by Criglers Denmark. handsome new "fan American" tour ing car. Mr. II. P. Swope also buying Dam. Guilty 9950, by Verdict 1621. by Cerro Gordo 1022, by a new "Oldsmobile car. . Black Squirrel 58. Mrs. Tevis Thompson, age 66, wife Will also at the same time and place stand my big black Jack of a prominent farmer, died at her home nea here last week of a compli cation of troubles. The burial was at Mt. Hebron Friday. (known as the Maik Goins Jack) Mr. Samuel Sloan, age 20, son of Mr I and Mrs. Albert Sloan, who recently He is 15.1 hands high, good bone and head und a number one Jack. moved here from Hubble, died last' He will make the season at Tuesday of a complication of troubles and was buried In the Butfalo Springs !p TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. cemetery, at Stanford Thursday morn- ing. The funeral services were held at , due If mare is parted with. Care taken to prevent acciSeason Hubble, and conducted by his former' Mr. Sloan: dents but not responsible should any occur. pastor, Rev, Vanderpool. was taken ill In Indianapolis, where lie I ' held a position and was brought home about a month ago but gradually grew worse until the end. The parents have the sympathy of the community in! i their bereavement JAKE 10.00 FRANK ARNOLD. Swift & Company u. s. A. One of the most successful revivals ever held here closed Sunday night at tht Methodist church. There were a number of conversions and quite a number ot additions to the church. The services were conducted by Rev. Howard Callis of Wilmore, a noted Evan(!) gelist. The music was In charge of Rev. G. S. Conant and Mrs. Callis, who Is a splendid violinist. They were as- ( sisted by Miss Helen Young, on the violin and I'rof. Miller on the cornet, while Mr. Hogan Uallard played the piano, rof'i Gossett and Nelson, of Wilmore, came over Friday night and their tinging was greatly enjoyed. Rev. Callis Isft Monday for South Dakota where be will hold a meeting. I I I In this time of high cost of living, why not econoold tire and let us Half-Sol-e it with so It will run longer than a new the famous Gates Half-Sol- e Ask the man who one 3,500 miles without a puncture. is using one. We do all kinds of Vulcanizing. Send us your work and It will be done right. mize' Dring us your f International J. li. Rubber Sales Company. 33e-A WILLIAMS. Mgr.. Danville. Ky. CREED SIMPSON, Agent for Garratd County. Phone e v 4 The Central Record, Thursday, April 4, 1918. IllTOBi 4 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. J. E. DICKERSON. W4 j npinoiiiiu CARDS, .! pop, . i Dr. Wm. D. PryorT Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Every Community in the United States Is Requested to Fly Banner in Third Drive WOMEN MAKE at Ralney's Livery Stable. Lancaster. Kentucky SILK ONES THE" CITIES J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. AS GIFTSTO Honor Rolls Will Be Displayed Residence hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. f at State Capitals and Grand Roll at Washington The Liberty Loan Honor Flag is tc be one ot the bis features ot the Third Liberty Loan drive. It Is thu creation ot James II. Burton ot New York City and has the hearty endorsement ol Secretary of the Treasury McAdoc who baa expressed the hope that very town In the United States will be flying one of tho flag before the campaign tor the third drive la very far along. 'The. flag which will be awarded by the Treasury department to taca community as Its quota Is attained la a flag itx54 Inches, a wblta field surrounded by a red border and with three blue stripes running perpan dlcularly tbrougb the mlddla. la many ot the cities patriotic womgoing., step further than tb en Treasury Deffrrtment and' are working on the manufacture ol a allb Honor Flag to be ready for flying when they hare earned the right to display It. In Cleveland the girls ot the Junior League are sewing on a huge flag, following the comparative, dimensions of the official flag which the Treasury Department awards, and they mean to donate It to tbe central committee before Cleveland will have reached Its quota. Women's Clubs Make Them. In some of tbe other cities and towns of tho Fourth Federal Iteserve district church societies and women's cluba are planning to make a fias larger than tbe oQclal one. Hut great care Is being taken by these volunteer flag makers not to get away from ot the proportionate measurements the official flag. The raising of tbe flag In each community rhould be a gala etcnt and preparations are being generally mailt patriotic addresses, entertain for uients, parades and other forms ol festivities 4'. the tlmo when the banners shall be officiary flown. The raising of a rample Honor Flag over the Treasury building in Washington recently was a picturesque sight. For thu first time In tbe his Department tory of the Treasury every one of Its employes stopped work tor fifteen minutes to attend a public tvent. Five thousand persons broke Into wild cheering In the thronged streets In front of the buildlns as Lewis II. Franklin, director ot the War Loan organization, pulled the flag to the top ot the pole from which it Hie. Mrs. McAdoo Made First. The making ot the first flag In by Washington was superintended Mrs. William O. McAdoo, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury. When the campaign gets under way there will be an honor flag In each state, at tbe capital, and a national honor flag In Washington. With the state flag there will be displayed a state honor roll on which will be Inscribed the name ot every community In the state as fast as tbe communities subscribe their quota and win tbe right to suit in a maximum numocr ot mo crlptlons to the loan and add the keen edge of competition to the selling bee. Window Cards Are Important. Window cards bearing a replica ot the honor flag and a blank for tbe name ot the purchaser will be given to each subscriber for display In the window of his borne. The window They 7x9 inches. cards measure serve not only as a testimonial to the loyalty of the householder who had one In his window but they are of great value from an advertising standpoint If John Jones has one In his 'window to gect the gate of 11111 Smith, who hasn't bought a bond, every time Dill Smith goes by Jones' home. It will not be long before It penetrates to Smith's slower comprehension that be baa a duty to perform. And eventually Dill 8mlth's window Is going to have to have a flag, too. Little Consolation. It Is little consolntlcm for the man lu.t pockets have been picked or Inline robbed to relied that the money not north an much ns It used ii News. lu lie Indlanaftoli Child Died of Old Age. About two years nifo n boy nf seven ilinl nt Zurich of old age. His rsn as exceptionally unique, fur lie was tin youngest member of n family who hud won local repute ns athletes. Tho boxer, nlilest brother was u first-clas- s vthllu the younger had won many ground. Doctors prizes on the "porta from all parts of Europe flocked to Zurich to try to diagnose the boy's malady and effect a successful cure, but In vain. ; COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GAHItAUO ClUCUIT E. II. Burke, et al, VS. COUKT, Plaintiffs. SEED CORN AT A REASONABLE Tom Ilurke, et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, ltllri. the ur:derlgnfd Commissioner will sell at public auctlcn uerore ine uiurt iieu.e iloor in Lau-j- l on MONDAY, A Plil I. 22. llllf. it being the lirst day of the Gairard County Court telin. til- - real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: In Garrard County. Kentucky, beginning hi b Kint in the interaction of Fial.er'a Ford Uoail and 'lanyatd Hoad N tij E 2 U3 chains to a p dm in middle ol aame anil corner to Wm. Swope: thence with last named along edge of pasawev N fcol W naxini? h double wild rherrv at J. 03 chains, in all 23.77 chains to a point o feet north uf the middle of said pflsswat, curner to S4id Wm. Swope; thence Iravjng the paj-wa- y and still with said Swope N 6 i: 7 chains S t9 W 10 chains S W 10 chains N 89 W 3d 10 chains to a stone g teet weal uf a sugar tree standing at south edge nf passway (old csll a hickory stump) said (tone a corner to said Swope and A. F. Sanders; thence with Sanders along south edge of pass-wa- y W 18 27 chains to a atone at S south edge of passway in line to Sanders end H. K. Swope; thence with last named S 2 W 17.14 chains tu a Eoint 6 feet northwest of a marked walnut, S 841 E 18.40 chains to a point on east side of a branch (old call a double ingar tree) thtnee S 19 E 4.50 chains to a itona on the bluff, S 4ti F. 19.76 chain tn atone at the mouth of lane, S 3 W 15 39 chains to a Isrg poplar snag. In line to said Swope and comer tn H. I. Ilurton; thence with Burton S 5fiJ K 26,52 chains tn a large oak N 27i E 32 SO chains to a stone. S 83 J E 14.14 chains to the beginning, containing 321.42 acres, Being the m tract nf Und lht was conveved to A. J. Ilurke by II-- V, Dunn, and others, bv deed dated Oct. 3, 1892. and recorded in Deed Hook It, pag 628. Gsrrard countv. Kentucky, ;lerk a office, ami Inherited by K. II Ilurke. the widow, and the other plain- - j tills and defendanis herein, children and grand children from the said A J ' Ilurke, deceased The purpose of the ss'e herein Is tn divide the proceeds ari.ini' from the ale of the property among the joint owners as their Intere.t mav annear, after the payment of the cost of the save. TEH MS. The sale will bn made on a credit of six am? twelve months und the pur- ' chaser will be rruulrrd to execute bunds with approved security for the purchase price, said bonds bearing six Per cent interest irrin date until paid, having the force and effect of u Judgment UKjn which execution may laaue payable to W, 11. lirpwn, Maatrr Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Covrt, and a lien will be reserved uiii the property sold until the purchase money Is paid. W. II. IlltOWN. M. C. G. C. C. J; E. Hubinson. Alt'y for Pllfs. PRICE Phone or Write for Samples and Prices Johnson County White, Yellow Dent. Morgan Yellow and other standard early maturing varieties. Tests made by Comity Agents und Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Slntion. Germination 00 per cent or better. Owing to limited amount and shipping condition., order at once, sending specific shipping Instructions. Will ship when desired. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. fl Paint Iiok, Edinger & Company. Seed Dept. Louisville, Ky. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. m John M. McRoberti, v W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Hours a.m. IMMIII SI I Ml m ""t I FARMER'S recently by the discovery that their Pt coat had eaten fwo sticks of dyn amite. The nnlmal wa carefully driv en tn a snfp distance and tethered to stake. Hut days and weeks elapsed idu the coat mil not explode. Cleat Immune to Dynamite. A western household wn terrified JUST THE A FEW OF I FARMS COLUMNJ . KENTUCKY. 7:30-9p.- Ofllce over Stormes Drug Store. p.m. BOOKKEEPING Business.PhonooriDhy dpaee blow ibis &ei4luf ! foi lb escle-IT- e of our Urmirr .abicrlberi. slid ! Ut the Hit of .lock. Kislti ami .ncli thing un Ural a. Itiv larrnrr cmiiiiuI wffoM to .ilrrr tin. No nolle nlll W accepted otar lour 'lue.. slid will beoulrlu 'wo l..ne. ol Ihe Cant Be Done. If their should be found n wny to voice with Inoculate the milkman' this new nneothf lie. nlknlcjn, sleep might not drop wi tunny stltrlm In her plenidng occnMtlnn of knitting up the mveled aleeve of cure. Seattle Beyond Alt Price. Gtfti from the band nre stlrcr and gold, lint the heart give that which neither silver nor gM run buy. To be full of gcKxlncsi, full of cheerful-nesx- , fnll of xymtmtliy, full of helpful hop, oiuei one to nirry with hint bleslngs of which he Ik Winvlf u iinciinscloui n n lump Is of Its own Mifnliig. Kuril n one mores on human life ns Murx tnovn on dark seas to ben Iblerrd mariner. HAVE FOR SALE. 1 82 acres. 7 l con. f chart Fertile land 2 miles of small village, located on good road. Good improvements and priced worth the money. 1 TYPEWRITING and IV I RUB Q Itt fratdnt titi Tonac 1.. IMITt (BUSINESS TELEGRAPHY rul a"lla rriof eitwUnr tor inrrM, k. COLLEGE In iaitt mrrntlU h Number one fresh milk cow for sale. J. G. Conn. Two fresh cows for sale. Ihne No. Xi9.Il. Joe Cris-cilli- acres. 1 On pike 4 miles from Ulw WILUL'H B. and wornQ TII.Le1o.oa. Ur TREES Now Is the time to plant your Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable FOR SALE: About eighty bale of good timothy hay. Phone 316. John N. Iioss. Lancaiter, in n high state of cultivation, good improvements and plenty of hemp and tobaeco land. 33 acres. On pike. 5 mites from Lancaster, splendid dwelling, tobacco burn, well fenced and well watered. A dandv little home right at school and churches. First Class Seed Corn for Sale. 1'. F. 1'rewltt. It. F. D. 1, Phone 3SC-- Fruitand ShadeTroes Small Fruits, Shrubs, tatoes, Strawberries, etc., is free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. 25 good Twenty two Rood stock heifers and steers for sale, at my farm at Hubble, O. A. Swinebroad. Grace, Asparagus, Seed Po- Evergreens, FOU SALE: Yellow Droutli Proof seed corn. Large variety. Test guar anteed. $5.00 a bur-hel-. I. 1. Shephard. Paint Lick, Ky. limbing HEATING, GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- 240 acres. Absolutely the most fertile farm In three counties. "Ueady for the Knife", More hemp and tobacco land on this farm than any one farm of its size you can find in a month's ride, located right on pike, C miles Splendid from three county seats. neighborhood. Nearly a'l In grass. Possession of this farm call lie given at once. This farm can be divided, will sell part of It. H.F.Hillenmcyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Tested seed oats ami nil kinds of field seeds for sale. Hudson. Hughes &. Furiiau. FOU SALK-I- O dozen Ilarred PIvm- oth Keck eggs, '5c per setting uf 15 eggs. Mis. llogan llallard. liryantsville. Phone 75. Early Indiana Yellow Seed Corn. Tested 7tii per cent. $5. and $7.50 per Jacob II. White, bushel. It. 2 Paint Lick. Ky. FOU SALE A itood Jack and young stud coming three years old, solid bay Will sell worth the and a good one. money. P. E. Foley. Hackly, Ky ORDINANCE. The Citv Council ot the City of Lancaster Kentucky, do oidaui as follows; It shall be uuluwful for any person or persons to run an automobile. Motorcycle or Motor Truck, within the limits of the City ot Lancaster Kentucky, or upon any of the streets of said City, or upon the Public Square of aald City with a cut out on said machine or without a mulller onaaid machine. Any one violating the provMons of this ordinance or either of them, fhsll be fined In any sum not less than $5.00 nr more than 110 00 fur each offense. This or-- 1 dlnance shall take effect and be In I force from and after its passsge andj i publication. J. M. Duncan, Mayor, II. K Ilerndon, Clerk. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs 35 acres. On pike 4 miles from Lancaster, all in grass, no improvements but beau- PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds or Tin Work. Your businesswfii' nupreciuteri. For Fall Planting $2.00 worth Write for particular! and FREE FLOWER BOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. 11.00. FALL for fall ot hardy plant! and bulbs fly - SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. HARRODSBURG, KY. In Washington tbe names ot tbe states will go on tbe National Honor Soli as fast aa the states attain their Single Comb Uhcde Island Bed egg County White FOU SALE-Uo- one quotas. for sale, from prize winning strain. The Idea of the Honor Flag and 75 cts per setting. Phone 40-J- . Seed Corn; tei'ed 90 per cent. Honor Roll system la to Inspire' that Boyle Doty, Mrs. E. W. Perkins. Lancaster. Kv. friendly rivalry between communities Paint Lick, Ky. Koute 2. 2Zi Belts of copulation wbch will re- - their flag. ia tiful building site right on pike. Possession of this one can be given at once. A bargain If sold in the next thirty days. I have a number of other farms whkh I can sell worth the money as I know values and will not list a farm unless It la priced right. If you want to buy or want to sell land, see TwiNEBROAD, The Real Estate Mao, P.B. WILLIAMS Lancaster, Kenlncly.