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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 11, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918041101_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 11, 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 COLORED SOLDIER DIES TAYLOR. WAS 1918. NUMBER 2. SPE CORN DEE GREAT MEETING THAT HELD AT COURT HOUSE LAST SATURDAY. i 7X 4 ft Jar fTtce, nnr of the cnlored bo) a wild left for Camp Zacharv Taylor The first big gun of the TllfllD I.IIL from this cnuntv tin March ilDlli, died EKTY LOAN dnv was fired nt the CUL-TIPACKER- S, Monday nt the hupltnl mere court house last .vi.tiirday afternoon night, the miM m bis death, said In bdfnre mi nuthene- - ii; t f.nrjy packed hove been tnmi the effect of ttipi III limLllnfr niwl Inft munv in Ihtt her." va; imkIhki. lliMtlrfafna tr,eU tHat oufcj t.ot Kili linlttiice. Jesteid.y ntrt will be Lulled putri .Um of the meretwnjs of the nwrn.w aflirnoon. town. win thoroughly demonstrated. wm wl)t,(l J...' Knit vasng.ixll.ei... y,,,.,,,,,,, cosw their ,t( fI wurKinu ai ine ii.irram .nnti ai in. store iliirinjc the irKram whleh had Inn i nlialrii- - nt lie i HK IUI1I been lUrmiKwl for I lie ocotsltiiK tun. Lanee-ie- r (railed lioo for Judge I.. I.. Walker aeud its clmlr-- , tir .i r of yeai . Ilia wife survive. man f tAe tnaUii)(. ii nui How would you like to save on your-P'jrs'ns- e wMeh wn hrrt" Mm. 0enerl by the alniiir.t; ut Ainuiica and besides siting a ""rirst-clus- s a rajfer hy Rav. J. It. tloorinan. Dr. K K? SaaKiJy. NOTICE TO FISH f TransyWania University, was n.iroduced as tho CLUB MEMBERS. chief vieaker ultd for nearly one hour It pays to sec us about your wants. Our he held the audience noellbuund In his' who desire to avail IMtrtulic utterances anil the many All member fishing privileges at rf nson w hy we alioujd inveit lieavily themselves of the the lAike this year will procuio tirkets Itl thxTIIIKD I.I1IEUTY I.OAN iHindi,. i anil sent Ihem tu the custodian on of Kansas Cit' . Dr. Krank-Arncltheir llrst trip: otherwise they will be y, known and beloved here v. here yon arc looking for. trespassers. Tickets may I le considered u Beries of meeting's akthci arc Just wnat liw nriieiit.il ntin tiBVtnent nf nrnusl H...I..., n .i...h.u I.., ruli ili.n L Stapp, secretary of the ; introduced and dues in Judne Kive u tine talk that! club. j brought forth mOch applause, his ad-- , It la the purpose nf tlie Club to rect,iress addinir much to the success of1 fishing platforms and make other need-- (,e meelliiB. Hon. Ilotian Yancey, of ed Improvements nt the lake, and dues Lexington, remembered here when' LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. A ,jUjie must be paid to meet this expense. h,iy, rnaile a patriotic address m limited number of new members will ,,f four or iVL, minutes and was heartily ( HE I 3C of the ap lauded be ndmitteil at tile discretion ' board of directors. . musical program had A delightful He sure to procure your ticket as the l,ern arranged by .Mrs May Hughes Ford Sedan for sale. j. it. llarria. rules in this legard will be rigidly en- - Nnland, the solos of J. It. Haaelden Issued tu minors. und George Swiiiebroad adding mater-an- d forced. No tickets Can- -j ; See lis for tested seed corn children will be allowed on the ially to the enteituinment of the Buy T Huclvm. Hughes & Fun.ui. only when accompanied by noon. their parents or guardian. Munv patriotic meetings are being II. The union will meet W C. T. I'rotert lli: henlllt of your fam-- j held all over the county this week, at 2 HI. Very important huslnees, all ily by using kiln dried corn meal. preparaioiy lor me uig urive neAi. members are urged to lie there. ' For rait by Hudson. Hughes & BRING IN YOUR WHEAT. week, to carry "Orer the Top" Gar-- t e. r,,rimlL mysteries w has linintrd r.,r.l r.,n,il'. n.itii U'lii.-- i SI H T.MI. Ailmliiislrnllon The t One of the eternal A metiTii will It, hekl ut Hernnir'B out the necessity of every farmer what di I old r thr 1 ime a wiui ".a. unen you hoar n patriot lamenting bringing in every buhel of wheat and School house, tonight and at the same sclwduV waa when tl Idle boor the fact that be is past the service age. find on his nlace. ONE hour, seven nVlotk. onu will be h.'lil at clifinged? remiml him that inuae wlllun that age Hl'SIIHI. of wheat will feed n soldier Nina, tomorrow. (Friday) night and at In are giving 1Mb days Chines- - fishermen train otter a year to tl.ir , n,w. rro)) r0mes in. Don't lluena Vuta, Saturday afternoon at' catch .ih. Which ! all right if the country, and that by scratching around, overlook this important duty, it means two u'clock, und another at Uuckeyo ubMit right Iiely4ie miuht cllrier oppor- - mucn lu tlow, w,0 are trybig tostretch Saturday night at seven o'elock. Good utlera dont d too mUh lalkin tunlties to employ ut lenM a part of the bread ration so we will all have speakers have been provided to speak their exploit". hi lime tb- - same wuy even here nt Garrard Milling Co. ut all these meetings and it is hoped mule feed, Crrino home. Many other Uiimrs besides I plenty. Horse niul -mwil-- will tnrriiut'to heur irutr Kye lighting are to lie Dniry Foeil Wheat middlings. dune. niAPr.pn 11 thcn. II II VJliUIUllliS IUUUUIU, .I Middlings. Mixed feed. It is not.su tuueh a question ofj one t ., it i i. F.itnnu. (.ei.iiu i linitiwieK, lllieeil Hudson rrftici sing the administration, but is or and aoi Mexl-ca- n is not that criticism Jut If just, it count) , was arrc-U- d here last Satur- -' DOIld At exclum- .- remarks that the 'H up to the administration to remove day ciaiged Willi crms i leasing, lit course It lav Is attempting to pais u the cause If unjuit. the critic has forged check lurfli.W at the store of They pass in regulurly down there as Flour iii backs. Kiln kricd corn committed an inexcusable blunder. & Anderson Uutlurs. the ino.m'a I'h' lie was meal in sucks. The reallv patriotic ourae, however, I.okuii brought before Judge Stapp and held You may have set the caV ahead, would huve oeen to back up snd susHudson, Hughes & Furnau. under u bond of $250, which was givtn aocordmtt tuordem, hul did you think tain the administration in audi manner and his trial let for Satufilay April to toll old Chanticleer to Ket on the Joli that there i.eed have been no occasion 20lh, When arrested Hardwick bid "THE SPY" for the criticism. Did it evrr, strike an hour earlier In the inorninuT ; concealed nn nls person a pair of brass you, brother, that perhaps the greater knucks and on this charge he was held At Optra House Next Monday Night. Oott with Tn kaner'a iartnrahl number of government failures come under a (50 bond. Several merchants on the weatern front i more from lailure to receive YOUK The secrets of the German Spy sj 1 city have imposed up6n by with hi mind fioin hii alliance supurt and MY tupport than from any ot the checks, been ranging in amounts tern will be revealed in that startling forged Mahommet on the caitern line. dereliction of official.? Think it over, from fo.W to $6.75 ana for several production, "THE SPY" which will be )lcant will he a candidate for Gov-ern- rnd perhaps jour next criticism will be Weeks every effort has been made to produced at tne uoman a upera nouse leveled at a dilferent target. of New York aalnt Whitman, capture the guilty parties. Most of next Monday night. tvervor.e should take advantage ot the checks passed appear to have been ll now becomci proper to advance QUARTERLY COURT. thoM reference! to a choice of cvila. written by the aame party. When ar- - ' this opportunity, which combines all . rested ilardivick denied th. i h.. I.., I the thrill and excitement of the war. A number of cases have been ground Doe. that hill KlvinK thi l're.ld.nt ever tried to nass such u check at lj.. , It is thought that 10.000 l.ernian spies. power to reipiitition the timber of the out in Judge Stspp's court during the gan & Anderson 0, brothers and denied ' are now worKI"K 111 lma coumrv wherever neceary, have any past week ard violators of the law are All' that he had such a check in his 0oa-- i complote is their secret system. to the fcncn of the polili-liana- ? meeting just punishment in this court session, leference but when searched by sheriff of this will be revealed In this wonder- of justice. next Monday nignt. Lear, the check was found underneath 'ul production Everett East charged with tlreach of actor. If that (Jerman drive on the we.tcrn the l'eace was lined fD.OO and costs; his vest. The result ot the trial is That popular movie leading Dustin Wii- roil. with much Interest and If oth. num. will take the the kai.er William May front wii a defeimve--an- d a tine of ' '""I era ate Implicated those guilty will "am Fox. the producer, performs Inii.U hi. war i. a defenilve one we ""1 Probably serve a term In the pen or great patriotic service, when I., show. should not like to witness a Herman nft Tv , were each J0 System , up the German Secret Service ,he school of reform., offensive. costs for the same offense. In Th. Snv". It is the mast sens a kvepini; "Now is the time to benfn 'BOLSHEVIK INCONSISTENCY- .r:' your chickens penned up", remarks an NOTICE TO REGISTRANTS. impressionable bachelor ii one wumu nave vuiiviiiung proo; I packed to see it next Monday night. exchange. The Curd form No. 1005 shows classifies. of the utter Inconsistency cf the Itui- - April 15th. cynically retorts that there's catching tion of registrant by District Hoard cn sian llolaheviki, he has but to consider before penning. Agriculture or Industry. This little the case of Koumama. OF CHURCHES A life for eveiv foot of ground la Card foim No. 1007, is the final class- - countiy, lying alongside the Kussian CHRISTIAN what Germany is payinis for territory ideation card and shows which class border, was onu of the earliest suffer- trained. Hut she probably thinks that the registrant Is Disced. Ihia card era in the bresen't war. Her sulferim?. GARRARD COUNTY c lives can be produced, while there i must be kept together with the blue at the hands of the only so much territory. card and both held until you are finally hordes are almost unbelievable even in ATTENTION. this dny.of unbelievable atrocities. called for service. A New York man lias apiealed to r.any in u.-- i war, ui.uer u.e govern- - j Are you going "over the top" for jonn i. rarra. oi the courts to compel his wife to keep . - u.,uv... lu uoiruiu wu caemiiuun ujwu. ...e., u. ... Chrt HMj ,ju churcnT silence. Hut wliero Is he going to find ,,?VH'" Uoumlnl,",1 odr churches in this country have u Judge with nervo enough to under-Cr0""'K tl? U? CALL NO 127 apportioned J3.750 of the $200,000 ( take to impute such a sentence? domains, a regu-- 1 and entering by Kentucky In the War . . . . .; might be hinted to those patriots It Emergtncy drive of the Disciples of holJing unto called upon to furnish two men from made by the Czar's government, add Christ to raise two and one half milao patriotically who are their earthly possessions, that Liberty this county to entrain for Indianaiwlis. faithfully paid so long as that govern- - lion dollars. Therefore, to the Chrisllonds at 4a per cent will be much Sunday April 14th.. in order, to reiort ment endured. county I bring in that city on the following day, for After the fall of the imperial govern- - tian churches of this emergency drive moru attractive than a direct lax. this the purpose of taking u two months ment, the Kvrensky government also this question. If fails, can you say I did my part? The country should not be surprisud course of training, at the Goverthenta assumed the obligation to csre for Lancaster church is going tu at the burning of that Tennessee negro expense, fitting them to servo in army these pitiable people, but this care was The $3,000 of the county's quota and when it is known that the event hap- positions requiring knowledge of, auto- -' only spasmodic and irregular. Since raise appeal to the other churches in the I of Judge mobile driving and repairing. the full of the Kercnsky regime and we pened in the jurisdiction county to get behind the proposition. Lynch. There's much In a name. Mr. Jphn Gill Kinnaird and Mr. the ascendency of the llolaheviki. all We are glad to announce that the Frank Conn, will probably be sent from care for them has ceased so far as Disappointed In pulling off their fight l'leasant Grove church has raised $160 next Sunday. In the event the . ficial Itussla is concerned, going to get more this coming In llaltimore, Wlllurd and Fulton might latter can not be located in time, Mr. Loudly as they prate of their human- - and is try the western front In France. There Sid Aldrldge, wilt take Mr. Conn's itarianism und the inherent rights of Sunday. Churches of Christ in Garmight not be o many rounds fought, place. These three are all splendid the proletariat, it would seem that the rard county I appeal to vou to meet but its safe to say it would be mighty young men, well up In this line of work followers of Lenine and Trotsky could the Lancaster and l'leasant Grove churches half way in maklngJbls camInteresting while it lasted. and should receive rapid promotion by not fail to recognize the urgent claims paign a great success. of these helpless people within their A press sg.nt refers to the voice of their efficiency. J. It. Moorman. The men taking this course will re- borders. Their utter neglect would as "hot-tie- d noted singer, Calli-Curclias We don't know ceive thorough instructions which will teem to Indicate that the policy of the moonshine". Cremo Datry Feed will make what Gslli's prices are. but in tbo 'dry' be of great personal value in working Uolsheviki is not only repudiation of your cow give more milk. action's of this country that commodity their way ahead both in aimy and national obligations, but of all personal Hudson. Hughes & Fatnau. and human obligations as well. retails at around four dollars a quart. civil life. PLANTERS, CUTTING AT CAMP ii 11 1 7Jt.1 HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, MOWING lt MACHINE iih.d hI u AND HAY RAKES. 2j u ir Ur -j o UU 7 u tt iio u r. j I If i cL All those who will volunteer to sell Conn Brothers. LIBERTY ' mmt C3E If You can't Fight, Your Money a Bond will come to the COURT HOUSE at LANCASTER next Saturday Afternoon, at three o'clock, new lime, APRIL 15th. Don't be a slacker on the boys fighting for you in France. 'r.e,c. EVERYBODY COME. This space patriotically contributed by tlio three Banks of Lancaster, Ky. J " tllif&. with rnirippv iru ally a r -- ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR . BertSchy's HA W A NANS 1 Reluming for one day only. Friday, April 2th ""f . T positively the last time in Lancaster and after filling dates we have in Kentucky we fill our Eastern contracts. There will be an entire change of program, which we know will please just as good as Wednesday night has done. Ask Your Neighbor., We will feature new dances, new songs, new Steel numbers, new Violin solos. Meet me at the opera house r. "t f HAWAIIAN NIGHT, Friday April 12 per- Two good places to go Opera House pnd Home. Thuiikinti the public for their appreciation of (he past formances. R. A. Berttchy. "THE SPY" next Monday Night, Watch for Mils and local In this Issue. The Central Record.lThursday, April "THE 'RICH MAN'S WAR' A HATEFUL CALUMNY" American Business Men Ready to Make Sacrifices Without Stint, TAXES American HERE Taxation AND ABROAD. In America Incomes of married men op to $2,000 are not subject to any federal Income tax at all. la England the Income tu Is: 4 per cent, on 1 1. 000 t - " - I.tOO 1 " J.000 (These are the rates If the Income Is derived from salaries or wages; they are still higher If the Income Is derived from rents or Investments.) The English scale ot tnxntlon on In comes of, say, $.1,000, $3,000, $10,000 and $134100 respectively overages ns follows ns compared to the American rules for nmrrled men : Income tax In In England. rale on America 14 1 of I p. o. UM0 cent. MOO mp.c II prrrent. 10,000 20 per cent. 15,000 15 per cent. I p. a (If we add the so called "occupational" tax our total taxation on Incomes of $10,000 Is 0 per cent, and on Incomes of $15,000 OK per cent.) In other words, our Income taxation Is more democratic than that of any other country In that the largest In comes are taxed much more heavily and the small and moderate Incomes much more lightly than anywhere else and Incomes up to $2,000 for married men not taxed at all. (3.) It Is true, on the other hand, that on very large incomes as distinguished from the largest Incomes our Income tax Is somewhat lower than the English tax, but the difference by which our tnx Is lower than the English tax Is Incomparably more pronounced In the case of small and moderate Incomes than of large Incomes. The -- Excess Profits" Tax Here and Abroad. Moreover, If we add to our Income tax our so called "excess profit tax," which Is merely an additional Income tax on earnings derived from business, we shall find that the total tax to which rich men are subject Is In the great majority of cases heavier here than In England or anywhere else. (4.) It Is likewise true that the English war excess profit tax Is 80 per cent, (less various offsets and allowances), whilst our so called excess profit tax ranges from 20 per cent, to 00 per cent. But It Is entirely misleading to base a conclusion as to the relative heaviness of the American and British tax merely on a comparison of the rates, because the English tax Is assessed on a wholly different basis from the American tax. The American excess profit law (so called) taxea all profits derived from business over and above a certain moderate percentage, regardless ot whether or not such profits are the result of war conditions. The American tax Is a general tax on Income de rived from business In addition to the regular Income tax. The Eng lish tax applies only to excess war profits that Is, only to the sum by which profits In the war years exceed the profits In the three years preced ing the war, which In England were years of great prosperity. In other words, the English tax Is nominally higher than ours, but It applies only to war profits. Tbe normal profits of busi ness 1. e the profits which business used to make In peace time are exempted In England. There, only the' excess over peace profits le taxed. Our tax, on the contrary, applies to all profits over and above a very moderate rate on tbe money Invested In business. We Tax Normal Profits, They Tax Only War Profits. In short, our lawmakers have de creed that normal business profits are taxed here much more heavily than In England, while direct war profits are ' taxed less heavily, You will agree with me In question ing both the logic and the Justice ol that method. It would seem that It would bo both fairer and wiser and more in accord with public sentiment If tho tnx on business In general were decreased and, on the other bund, an Increased tax were Imposed on specific war profits (5.) Our federal Inheritance tax Is far higher than It Is In England or anywhere else. The maximum rate here on direct descendants Is 27 H per cent as against 20 per cent In England. In addition to that, we have state Inheritance taxes which do not exist In England. (0.) Of her total actual war expen ditures (exclusive of loans to her allies and Interest on war loans) England has raised less than 15 per cent by taxation (Krance and Germany far less), while America Is about to raise by taxation approximately 28 per cent of her total war requirements (exclur slve ot loans to the allied nations and of the amount to be Invested In mer cantile ships, which, being a produc tive investment, cannot properly be classed among war expenditures) We men of business are ready and . willing to tie taxed In this emergency, to the ery limit of our ability and (o make contributions to war relief work and other good causes without stint Tbe fact Is that, generally speaking, capital engaged in business Is now being taxed In America more heavllv than anywhere else In the world. Wei are not complaining abont this ; we do not aay that It may not become necee- sary to Impose still further taxes; we are not whimpering and squealing and agitating, but we do want tbe people1 tn know what are the present facts,1 and wt. ask them not to give heed to the demagogue who would make them believe that wv are escaping eur share ot the common burden. II, 1918. GREAT the Most Demo- cratic In the World. rr By OTTO H. KAHN. rc Nothing Is plainer than that business and business men had eterjthlng to gain br preserving the conditions which existed during the two and a halt years prior to April, 1017, under which many of them made very large profits by furnishing supplies, provlslons and financial aid to the allied nations. Taxes were light, nnd this country was rapidly becoming the great economic reservoir of the world. Nothing Is plainer than that any sane business man In this country must have foreseen that. If America entered the war, these profits would be Immensely reduced and some of them cut off en tirely, because our government would step In and take charge; that It would cut prices right and left, as. In fact. It has done; that enormous burdens of taxation would have to be Imposed, the bulk of which would naturally be borne In short, that the unby the well-to-dprecedented golden flow Into the cof fers of business was bound to stop with our joining the war, or, at any rate, to be much diminished. But It Is said the big financiers of New York were afraid that the money loaned by them to the allied nations might be lost If these nations were de feated, and therefore tbey maneuvered to get America Into the war In order to save their Investments. Proof That the Charge Is Absurd. A moment's reflection will shew the utter absurdity of that charge. Let us assume, for argument's sake, that the allies bad been defeated. Let us make the wildly Improbable assumption that they had defaulted for the time being upon these foreign debts, the greater part of which, by the way, Is secured by the deposits of collateral In the shape of American railroad bonds and stocks and of bonds of neutral conn tries, aggregating more than sufficient In value to cover these debts. Let us assume that the entire amount of allied bonds placed In America had been held by rich men In New Tork and the east Instead of being distributed, as It Is, throughout the country Is It not perfectly manifest that a single year's American war taxation and reduction of profits would take out ol the pockets of such assumed holders a vastly greater sum than any possible loss they could have suffered by a default on their allied bonds, not to mention the heavy taxation which Is bound to follow the war for years to come and the shrinkage of fortunes through the decline of all American securities In consequence of our entrance Into the .11! OF I ST F M ON MP M NTS Wednesday, April 24, 1918 state of cultivation, has been well This farm is in a high-clayears and has the reputation of being the taken care of for 35 best and most fertile farm in a section of splendid farming lands. 40 acres of sod land, already plowed to go in corn, 10 acres sown to oats 20 acres in wheat and 170 acres in meadow and blue grass. Farm is well fenced and well watered and in the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky, close to schools and churches. ss Lancaster pike, half way between Hubble and Heageville; 6 miles from Danville, 6 miles from Lancaster and 6 miles from Stanford. 4 10 o'clock (by new time) : . its : T ntj iiariugcuiisisib uic o a r ctur. ea, f ... i ints nuimiiy un n. Lciriviiit; ana i o- at - i-- r- 1 1 Splendid 6 room dwelling with halls, porches and cellar, large stock barn, cribs, and sold in several separate tracts, and other out buildings. The farm will be two tenant houses thus glvlngjopportunity to those wanting small farms and opportunity to the purchaser who may want it all. Pncescolnn nf nnv mart nr nil Ihp farm nt nnrc ' nr nnv llmA from rtnt - nf cnlo In vuiiuaij s -- t tmn Olt ... " uu.w u linnom 101, 1010, -ur - J the option of the purchaser. IMPROVEMENTS: sub-divid- "". HEREfIS A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU. There will not be another farm the equal of this on the market this year. The land is going to sell to the "High Dollar" and whatever the price, the purchaser will get a bargain, as the land is reedy right now for heavy cultivation. Theterms will be easy and on as long time as the purchaser may desire. wnrl Not only Is the "rich man's war" on absurd myth; the charge Is a baleful calumny. Business men, great or small, are nc different from other Americans, and we reject the thought that any American, rich or poor, would be capable ot the hideous and dastardly plot to bring upon his country the sorrows and sufferings of war In order to enrich himself. Business men are bound to be exceedingly heavy financial Ioseri through America's entrance Into the war. Every element of should have caused them to use thett utmost efforts to preserve America's neutrality, from which the) drew so much profit during the two and a ball years before April, 1017. Every con slderatlon of personal udiautajce commanded men tf affairs to stand with and support the agitation ot the party, They spurned such Ignoble reasonlur; they rejected that affiliation; they stood for war when It was no longer possible, with safety and honor, to maintain peace, because they are patriotic citizens first and business men afterwards. Our Income Tax and Taxes Abroad. (1.) Tho largest Incomes are taxed far more heavily here than anywhere else In the world. The Maximum rate of Income taxation here Is 07 per cent. In England It Is 42 H per cent Ours Is therefore CO per cent, higher than England's, and the rate In England Is thj highest prevailing anywhere In Europe. And In addition to the federal tax we must bear In mind our state and municipal taxes. and small Incomes, co (2.) the other band, are subject to a fat smaller rsta of taxation here than In England, DI1N1NER SERVED. t The farm belongs to G. B. Swinebrond, and at the game time and place he will sell several fresh Jersey cows and registered hull caUes. and G. A. Swinehroad will fell a lot of stock, farming Implements, consisting in part of 23 good slock yearling steers, 22 yeurling heifers, one pair of five year old mules, I5( hands: one pair 10 hand horse mules; I2U0 pound butcher steer; 900 pound red cow; n lot of fat hogs, stock wagons; wheat drill: gasoline engine; No. 9 Hlizzard cutler, corn cms her. hay slacker, hogs and sows and pigs;2tv.o-horf- e . hay rakes, plows, cultivators, etc., also some household and kitchen furniture. For further particular and Dlue Prints Inquire of SWINEB ROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN OF LANCASTER, KY. Sore Throat ? This fifty year old remedy eases Soro Throats and Bronchial aifectlons; soothes, heals and gives quick relief. King's for Coughs s Colds KeepyoBrStosjackuJUverHeeltny A vigorous Stomach, perfect working Liver and regular actinx Dowels, if you will use Dr. King's New Life Pills. have a They correct Constipation tonic effect on the systemeliminate poisons through the Bowels, y- -- To Be Remembered. Frugality Is good. If liberality be Joined with It. The first Is leaving off superfluous expenses; the last bestowing them to the benefit of others that need. The first without the last begins covetomnes ; the lust without the first begins prodigality; both together make an excellent temper. William l'enn. Music's Effects. Children, the young nnd tho vigorous, are more reslstnnt or find more pleasure In noises Hum do the older and less healthy, Murtlul music tu Incite action, courage nnd nnlmal spirits approaches that mild bedlam of the average boy. The rhapsodies of love and effete civilization require soft, soothing, gentle and calm melodies. The supersensitive ears ot such quiet, natures are made 111 by tbe rugged sounds of conquering heroes. Exchange. Destructive Grasshopper, average grasshopper weighs part of an ounce nnd Is capable each day of consuming Its own weight of corn or whent or forago crops. Thus It would appear Ihut the number of these Insects eaten hy nesting birds dally would be uble tn destroy 174,397 tons of crops worth, at on average of $10 a ton, $17,430. Tho Getting Them to Listen. "One of de surest wuys," said Uncle Eben. "to git n crowd highly pleased and Interested Is. to stnn" up nnd tell era dey Is so wicked dey Is all goln' dlreck to perdition, or words to dat effect." A Disappearing Island. At Lake Orion. In Michigan, (hero Is injstcrlnus Island which cornea to the surface cncli summer, only lo disappear ngulii every winter. Quite regu'nrly. atolls Hie middle of August, the Island bolm up nbove the waters of the lake, nnd down It goes again about tho middle of February. Once some farmers of (tint part of the country loaded Hi iinn,i ..in. stones, thinking that, when It went next nine, it would stay """ down. But, when It wns summer once more, up rntno tho myirti rlous Island ns serene as cur. This Is one of the most famous Islands. Christian Science Monitor. a certain Bedlam." Bedlam Is another example of the English tushlon of telescoping words, and comes from Bethlehem. The priory of St. Mary of Bethlehem In Unt-dnwas converted Into a hospital for the Insane tn 1403 and In the course of time the name was shortened to Bel-laa word that came to be a synonym for madhouse. To open the door and let the Inmates escape would be "Bedlam let loose," aud frequently the phruse Is used to describe Intolerable clatter and racket The Central Record, Thursday, April II, 1918. OLD SQUIRE DIVVIES WITH UNCLE SAM Brought Home to Him Dr ET1IEX HOLMES SUBURBAN PROPERTY AT HERE IS HONOR FLAG OF THIRD LIBERTY LOAN; LET'S FLY IT FIRST 3 (Cspr'IsM, HIT, Wcilira Naviptptr Uiloa.) Judge Wrallicrly of thn rrlinlnol rourt linvlnc llnlshed Ms day's work rat In tils iirlvnto ninre smoking n cigar, as wns hh InMirlnlile rtiitotn nf-IImlilliitf court, wlicn ll"Ti wiih n ring at tho telephone. Tnklns up the receiver ln recognised lil' wife's voice, "Come Iioiiip nt once. Something lias liniK-iH"l.- " "What tin happened l" "Klin Imi Iimmi arrested for tlicft," Without xtiipiilnc for nn esplnnntlon the Judge liurrleil home. In fliul a nnnltlng his nrrlvat. Mr. ns nil of n tremor, while daughter, nut In n tort of Kiln, tho D "(Irent lnnventr li j ON bin J Dy f'l-ll- - ?l Squire Dab Hilt. Squire Dob Hill, of Muhlenberg township, Pickaway county. Ohio, has never made any pretentions to exHe has Just lived cessive patriotism. along in a quiet sort of way and business, leaving his to his patriotism to take care of Itself; much the samo as most of us do. Dut along about wheat selling time last winter, thcro was a Y. M. C A. campaign In. Squire nob sold hli wheat at $2.15 a bushel. It was mor than ho had ever got for wiV 'a 3 all hla life. "I'm not entitled to such ft prlcr Squire Dob told his friends afterward "I can make monev nt a dollar a bushel less. Uncle Sam Is entitled to a part of this year's proceeds." So he gave the V M. C. A. a hunAnd he mleht admit dred dollars. having bought a Liberty Hond or two. I And ho took a fat hog over to Clrcle-vlll- e and auctioned It off on the pub-lll- c square, turning over the proceeds to the Sammies' Christmas fund. And the funny thing about It all was that hla S100 contribution to the C. A. made some of th Y. M wealthier and more ambitious citi zens of the township dig down for a second 150 to keen pace with the modest squire of Darbyvllle. What a' pity there aren't more Dob Hills scattered around Ohio! jtupor. "VVhnfii this nil nhoutr the Judge demanded. "Vour Honor," said tho policeman. brooch has been missing from the Jewelry More of Larklns und Swift. I wns ordered to come here nml make n, scnrtli of the room of tho young Jftriy. I found tho brooch In one of I her burrnu drawers. Here It Is." The policeman produced a lady's watch. It's case studded with Jewell. NEW TIME. "Why, thnt' ono of tho watches," he salil. "I looked nt In Larklns and Sniff store not lone ago, when I wris I will sell to the highest bidder the beautiful hunting for n birthday Rift for I'.lla. I was tempted to buy It, but the price suburban home and 14 acres of land of F. I. Jones, wns Trry high nnd I bought one at located just one mile from Danville, fronting on two another More." "Likely you ran explain the matter pikes, the Danville and Lancaster pike 'tand the Dan Jo the court." said tho tMillceman. ville nnd Stanford pike, "Give me time to think," nulil Judge i Wcatherly. The property will be subdivided and sold in The tKllcemon gave him the desired time, but It availed nothlne: he n n separate lots and tracts, giving .opportunity to those much In the dark nt the end of half an hour as before. A cabman wan culled wanting building lots; those wanting smaller acreage nnd tho Judge, Ida daughter and the and to the purchaser who may IHillremati, went to the Mutton. There with the residence the Judge care ball for the accused want It all. girl, nnd father nnd daughter rode borne. The improvements consist of modern bungalow Thnt his daughter win guilty of Ihf theft charged never entered the of 6 rooms, new barn, chicken houses, other out build Some peron or Judge's mlud. A well feet deep is on the had conspired to Injure her or ings, splendid orchard. more likely him. He wna conitantly property, which will provide sufficient water for a he receiving threata from criminal sentenced, but thua far none bad mate- water works system for the entire property. He finally settled down to rialized. the opinion that a hardened criminal to whom he had given the exlreme penalty of the law nnd who bad threatened to be even with him In time, had been the perictrator of the outrage. That afternoon a raemnge came to the Judge that Mr. Larklns of Larklns (those Living There Say the BEST) land Swift, would like to ace him at Ilia atore. Judge Wentherly hurried to lis the alore and wna Invited Into the prl Its Citizens "Wide Awake" Progressive, Moral ami Hospitable. rate offlce of the head of the firm. Mr. mnle and ami female Schools ami College have made (its reputation n letter re Ijirklns then handed him as an Education;)! Center Unexcelled. Numerous facts can be present ceived during the day. It rend: by the pnpera that n daughter ed as lo the desirability of this propjrty. but want ol spaceforbids. "l of Judge Wcatherly of the criminal court haa been arrested for the theft of your goods. Thla la the Judge, I believe, who aentencea people on flimsy circumstantial evidence. Not long ago he sentenced Italph Kdtnonds to the At least three classes of bidders should be nt this sale Those pcnltrntlary for ten yeara on the eve ..itn.i n bnmn nr Imlldlntt bits flip sneriilnfnr In Innd fn land vrlues of bis wedding. If Judge Wcatherly will secure Kdmonds' liberty the find are increasing around Danvillel and the progressive business Lnien of Ing of n watch In tils daughter' pos- - Danville who desire to assist in "boosting" nnd building up their City. seaalon will be explained. The letter was typewritten nnd At tint thought Presents and Gold and Silver and Paper MoneyGiven without signature. the Judge fancied It might be ued ai secure his daughter's acevidence to Away at the Sale. quittal, but It soon occurred to hlra that In law It would not be received particulars see Mr Jones at the For na testimony, ltealdea tho Judge wlslied his daughter exonerated, and lit residence, or decided thul n full explanation could only bo gained by acceding to the terms of the writer of tho letter. Tho nltorney who had defended ltulph lMmomlx was notified by Judg Wentherly that he had grave doubti of the propriety of his charge to tin Jury In the case of their client, nnd 11 they would moe for a new trial the Judge would naslst them to secure II uml ulter hlx charge. The attorneys took tho hint nnd IM luonda wns brought Into the court for o He was n line looking new trial. fellow with n countenance that no one would consider us belonging to a rogue. His mother was In court nnd with hei -u )ouug girl to whom tho prisoner to have been married, only n snori tlmo wns required for tho trial which consisted In tho Judge's churgo t the Jury nnd wns naturally nn order foi ChestntiTOorrcl, lfH hands high and n fine individual.'IHe will make tho Jury to ncnult the prlaouer. Thli the K'nsnnof 1918 at my bnrn Uh miles Kast of Lancaster and 2H they did without leaving their seats. Ilyiitis"il!e at Tho urqulttcd man cinhruccd till miles below mother lifter which ho nnd his fiancee TO INSURE A LIVING COLT were locked In each others iirms. Then tho young lady went to the Judgo and wild: Tlirivine fl"95. fired by Rex Peavine. 1790, lie by Rex McDon "I determined ufter the conviction aid 831), by Rex Denmark 810. by Criglers Denmark. of my betrothed who I knew wns InnoDam. (lullty 9950, by Verdict 1021. by Cerro Gordo 1022, by cent as you doubtless knew yout daughter wns Innocent, to bring his Im- Black Squirrel 58. prisonment home to you. I wns presWill also nt the same time and place stand my big black Jack ent nt his flrt-- t trlul and knew you by night. Ono day I saw joii go Into a Jewelry store und look nt somo watch es. I Mood nt tho sumo counter nnd when tho clerk's buck wits turned, pur lolncd ono you bad examined. Hud (known hs the Maik Golns Jack) you or tho clerk seen mo I would doubtless liuvo Joined ltulph In the He is 15.1 hands high, good bopu and head und a number one Jack penltentliiry. He will make the season at "Tho next move wns to wntch yout house and ono day when it wns left TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. unprotected I entered It. I found my self In i room. I knew by the urllcies Season due if mare is parted with. Care- taken to prevent I It contained to bo your daughter's. but ftot responsible' should any occur. left the watch In her bureau drawer. police where to Then I Informed the look for It. I ulso wrote the letter to tho Jeweler. Now that I have attained tuy object I am reudy to make an affidavit to what I have told you." Tuesday, April 16th, 1918 At O o'clock a. m. Third Liberty Loan Honor Flan. tho Honor Hag of the Third replica of the Honor Flag and the "Help Our Town Win the Liberty Loan we will know the pa- slogan: triots of the nations tho Individual night to Fly This Flag." Space will patriots, the town, city or county pa- be left below for the enrollment of names of all aubscrlbers in the comtriots, the stato patriots. The community over which the munity. A large Honor Flag will be award Honor Flag files drat wilt be the community which haa first loaned to ed to each state In the union as that Uncle Sam all he haa asked to borrow atate reaches Its quota. On the state from that community to carry on the flag will bo enrolled the names of the war for tho freedom of the world. .communities In that atate as the com-Th- o specially designed Honor Flag (munltles reach their quota. The flag shown In the picture will be awarded will be flown at the capltaL The parent flag of all the Honor to every community to which a quota baa been assigned aa soon aa that Flags will be unfurled at Washington community haa attained that (junta. and on It will be recorded the names Then each subscriber In that com- - of the states In the order in which munlty will get a small poster for they go "over the top." Tho Honor Flag Is whlto with a red homo window display containing a re- production of the Honor Flag and a border and three blue horizontal subscriber, stripes through the white rectangle. blank for the name of the Tho Honor Flag for communities In each community to which a quota 54 inches haa been assigned a large honor roll will be 36 Inchea wide and will be posted as conspicuously as long. They are of the same quality navy. possible at the top of which will be ajaa tho flags of the 90 LIEUTENANT SOUSA-MIN- US THAT BEARD Danville is One of the Best Towns in Central Kentucky OTf IIBIIALF Or TUB IKITBO STATES GOVKRUMIiNT, TirF. FEDERAL KE8CIIVE BLAK OF CI.EVVnljWD I f AH TUB HONOR TO ACJCTfO-WXliOOAMD CONFIRM YOUR APPOINTMENT A A. MKMDER OF TIIB LIME RTV LOAN COMMITTEE OF VOUR PATRIOTIC'UNMBI.FIHIINEHB IN ACCEPTIWO AMD DIHCIIAROINO THE RJIH I'ONM lUlt.lTV OF TIIIH APPOINTMENT INTHKT1IIRO UIISHTY U).U HAH 11 KEN OHATJCFUI.I.Y RECORDED 1NMENT IIYYOUU Come to the Sale and be Convinced The above Is a replica of the acknowledgment card which Is to fee Issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland to the committeemen who will serve through the Third Liberty Loan campaign. Lieut. John Phillip Sousa. i CONSIDER THE POILU- -, further THEN BUY A BOND We have just seen a letter from a French soldier in the artillery. He is overjoyed, for he has had a promotion in rank and now he is to get 14 cents a day. He is proud that he is now independent and doesn't have to call upon anybody to help him out. As for the danger poof I For two years' he went through the thick of things for 5 cents a day, then he was raised to 7 and now to 14. This offers a bunch of suggestions to every indifferent American, for that French soldier is fighting our battle while fighting his own. Swinebroad TJirivine 5795 $15.00. The Real Estate Man. -Kentucky Lancaster, Lieutenant John Phillip Sousa has I lost his beard. That beard had become a national Institution. It was known wherever band music was beard. Dut when be training the Jackles of thsj 'began Great Lakes Naval Training School band at the naval training station at Great Lakes, III., and took on the title lot lieutenant he left oft the beard. The loss of the Jaw adornment was not accompanied by any loss, however, of the old Sousa knack of getting the most out of a band that Is In It. Lieutenant Sousa has Imparted all the old fire to the boys of the naval training station and bow faithfully they have absorbed It will be seen In many cities and towns of the Fourth Federal Reserve district during the weeks of tho Third Liberty Loan drive. The band Is to make a tour of the district THE BAND THAT BOOSTS THE BONDS JAKE $10.00 FRANK ARNOLD. t'lUT' A Section of the Qreat Lakes Naval Training School Band. One of the big noises of the Third brine forth tho necessary dollars to and restless baton of John Phillip Sousa now Lieutenant Sousa. They Liberty Loan drlvo Is to be the Oreat oversubscribe the loan. Lakes Naval Training School band . The boys will cover as many of the send their music way down Inside to pafrom the training station at Great cities In the Fourth District as they traks that deepest, dormant bit of Lakes, Ilk are able to make during (be weeks of triotic feeling. Tbey are being managed en tour by The band Is to mako a tour of the the drive. Tbe Jirkles In tho band have had Lea Clark Vinson, one of tbe workers) Fourth Federal Reserv district and to use tba chirm of music tu jttieir traluiu; under the watchful eye of the Cleveland organisation. I i The Central Record. Thursday, April ! I 1 1918. REDUCING MOUSE AND RAT DAMAGE and Organization Is of Utmost Importance. COMMUNITY ! I I EFFORT IS BEST Permanent Results Can Only De Ob. tained by Dulldlng Animals Out of Shelter and Food Government Ready to Help. Cut the high cost of living by saving your old furniture, and rcnoT it with Hannas Lustro-Finis- h Lustro-Finis- h will make it look bright and new. It not only mean economy in saving you the price of new furniture, but the results will also delight you. (Prepared by tha United State Depart m-- r.t of Agriculture.) Tlie ncevvlty of nnd organization In th work of rut destruction Is of the tit mint liiixrtunct To di"tny nil tln animals on the premise of n slnjle fanner In a community lin.i little permanent value, since they nre soon replaced from nenrliy farina. If, however, the ers of mi entire touushlp or county I lied In promote the destruction of the KnslMi, or house, sparrow, hut many of the sparrow cluha nre rrnlly sparrow anil rnt clubs for the ilestructlon of both st Is the a von iil object of the organizations. A sparrow club In Kent England, nc coniplllml the ilestructlon of 23,000 sparrow nml Kl.twO rata In three sen amis by the nnnual expenditure of but 0 ($2!K) in prlie money. Had ordinary Imuntles been paid for this iletruct on. the tax on the ronunu rilly would hare been nlaiut C--) (over Sl.200). Many organization hlreiuly formed should be lntercteil In destroying rnts. Hoards of trade, civic societies, nnd citizens' nssnclattims In towns and fanners' nnd "onion's clubs In rural communities will find the subject of Brent Importance. Women's lengue In several large cities nlrenily have taken up the matter. The league In llaltlmore recently secured npproprlatl.Mi of jindi for expenditure In flghllnir mosijiiltiH-s- , tiles nnd rats. The league In llostiin ilnr-In- s the past yenr, supiHrlnl by voluntary contnbutlons for the purpose, made n highly creditable educational I toys' corn campaign against rats. clubs, the troops of boy scouts and iSEED 60RN $.00l. Pep Bushel JfV O, t JSillPPINO STATION. Don't Plant Corn from Your Crib this Year Without Germination Test. Germination tests mmle b- - our Kxperimenl Station ihow that 1 the corn grown in jour county Inst vear will not do to plar.t. An itlia tour duty this vear to plant corn that you know will ncrmL nate IK) per cent ami better. Tests made hilCountv Agents show n few thnuiand bushels that germinate about SH) per cent. Standard Vailetles maturing !.) to 110 days. We can supply a limited quantity of this carefully selected corn at $5 W pr bushel, f. o. b. shipping Klnt. Addrei Christian County Board of Agriculture will 4 Hopktnsvllle, Kentucky. Ceoltry AUrgan. State Agent. College of AgriculIteferences: ture, Lexington, Kyj First National Hank, llupkinsville, Kv. tiliNO CASH WITH YOUM OKDI-County Board of Agriculture Is working Christian patriotically, without compensation. K. m Used in thousands of the best homes. Fine for floors and woodwork, and for touching up wooden bric-a-br- Try it yourself. Sold By KINO MONROE, Rtt IjMT i I099 t i Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky. lllown Stallion ullh three white feet 1S hsnds high, will weigh 111.' pounds, has long fine neck, fine head set on high nice thin withers, good jhort back with as good a tail at ever was on a hone, giasl bone and good feet.. a lt MfPaHiM liurksi0 SlUt ! t'rlilrri Ittntstrt la HUrk (Mar I . GREY EAGLE to get rid of rata, much more lasting results may be attained. If continued from year to year, such organized efforts are very effectlye. Community Efforts. 1GJ4 hands !iith, standard measure. is C'Miperutlvo efforts to destroy rats ha taken various forms in different Also localities. In cities, municipal have occasionally been set at work hunting rats from their retreats, to with at least temporary bem-tl- t Thus. In MU, nt the community. Folkestone, Knglnnd, u town of idxnit Is 15 Y hands high by the standard. 23,000 Inhabitants, the rorsmitlon These Jacks ore by Hills Napoleon 3rd. 370G; he by Baughmnns employees, by dogs. In three 235-i- : Napoleon by first Nopolicn 17EG: l.e by Old Napoleon. days killed 1,045 rnts. Side hunts In which rats nre the Tim dam being Kentucky's Etst. 2G54; she by John Morgan. Sr, the con 195-by Maimoduke. 1430. by Blue Ribbon. Kentucky Best, 2nd dam only utilmals that count In organized test have sometimes been Joe Blackburn 3rd dam Daisy 1215. and successfully carried out. At New place This horse ard these Jacks will stand at my place on the Buckeye and llurllnston, ().. a rat hunt took some years ago In which each of the Lancaster pike, one milt-- South of Buckeye at the same prices: over 8.00(1 rats, the two sides killed beaten party serving a banquet to for Horse Colt. for Mare Colt. the winners. There Is danger that orpmlzed nit for hunls will be followed by lone Intervals' of Indifference nnd Inaction. Thete Jacks areJS yeara old, sound, biack with white points and have This may be prevented by offering prov-to he number one breeders. prizes covering a definite period of All careitaken to prevent accidents but'not responsible should any occur. effort. Such prizes accomplish more than municipal bounties, becnuse theji secure n friendly rivalry which stlms ulates the contestants to do their utmost to win. Phone 338-G- . Buckeye, Ky. In Knglnnd and some of Its.colonles contests for prize have been organ- - ( llersast a Grey'tEagIe is five years old, 16 hand high and a splendid Percheon type. He is a dapple grey and built from the ground up. He Is by an Imported horse and his dam and imported'mare by old Prince. S METHOD OF BAITING GUILLOTINE TRAP. "00 u o b e o lua pfUMark SI (Im UraiMik I I r ri Samper PvttaMkM ttrsatf Jr.ttti txs J ipsa an mi i I 1 UitHe llukmn unite In efforts Taft Napoleon 6296 Hills Napoleon 4th, 6295 $8.00 $20.00 $10.00 Jennet. T. O. HILL,, similar organizations could do excellent work In rut campaigns. State and National Aid.. . To secure iienuiinent refills nny general rnuipalgii for the elimination of rats must aim at building the animals out of shelter and food. Building reforms depend on municipal ordinances and legislative cmo'triicnts. The recent plague eradication work of the t'nlted .States I'uhllc Health Her Ice In San Francisco, Seattle, New Orleans, nnd lit various places In I In wnll und l'orto III required such ordinances and laf.s as well us financial aid In prosecuting the work. The ctiinpulgn of Pan'sh and Swedish organizations for the destruction of nits l approluid the help of priations. The legislatures of Texas, Indiana und Hawaii, lime In recent years pasted laws or mule appropriation to aid In nit ridelisor-ganlzdance. It Is probable that efforts of cominunltles would soon win legislative support every, where. Communities should not post sine efforts, howeter, while waiting but should for legislative at once organize and begin repressive operations. Wherever health Is threat-enc- d the public health sen Ice of the I'liltod States can te. und where crops nnd other products ure endnngensl the bureau of biological survey of the department of agriculture Is ready to usslst by advice and In iletnonslrntlon of method C sf Msei. IHaMMtl. ii. ji HUek MmhnI fan I to ISM siisksini t ii i ii i lis.. KINC MOMiOK has as much Jtjlc and action as any saddle bor.e living. It can be seen that this horse llurga to the greatest family of the saddle hsrte beirt; n real Denmark. You can make no mistake StuJy bis pedigree ami be convinced. by breeding; to this horse. lie will g- -t )0U saddle horses of the niched Kvery t)pe. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more In demand. man tliiuM brreil bis mares and breed them to the best, K1N(! MO.NltOK will make the (ireient season at in) barn at $15. To insure a Living Colt. Will also stand two good Jacks at $10. for mare colt ) and $8. for horse colt. All of the alove stock will mske the sesaen at my farm, on the Rilliapie pike three miles from I'aint Lick ard two miles from llarkley. N. W. ROGERS. BLEUCHEE 46158 This well bred and well known show hojse will t make the season of 1918, at my barn at $20. To Insure a Living Colt. Send for Swift & Company's 1918 Year Book It shows It h useless In mention his hrcfilinij mi well knnfcn Is l.e in this community. Tlieie is no better bred horse livinj! His mil con formation, hut inning of the ire Champion Road Class and the Champion Class at the Kentucky State Fair Breeding I a that Swift & Company sells the meat from steer for less money then the live steer cost ! Proceeds from the sale of the hide, fat, and other by-produ- cts Places him above any oilier harms Lime in fine and sell high when put on the market. l'ii tul ) If i In are ' W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky, covered all expense of dressing, refrigeration, freight, selling expense and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown by Swift & Company's 1917 figures as follows: , Average price paid for live cattle per steer $84A5 Average price received for meat . . C8.97 24.09 Average price received for 9,3.06 Total received 8.61 This leaves for expenses and profit 1.29 Of which the profit per steer wa3 . ST111 M I He ly llan.Ut 11J LjiCicinuetl 73 by Wathli titun U'rmark W. inurk, 1st dun Miss Ogiitn by Drmi on Deiunaik. 4 ItuKna 2nd Hani Mirs Wallace, ly lliitler Denmatk, by Hamla 113. He Is tin j. are i!.l. ilatk bay llli wliite star, 15J liaisls. shiiwnt.' all the Baits unler suMle. He u jusl as cwhI mUiviJual as bis iliKree woulJ injicate and ha provnl a re, his Colts havmir K'd actiwi. lots uf style und easily controled. This Uise will make the season uf 1113 at the farm of It. K. Conn on Wli.te Lick. i miies aculh west of I'aint I.lck, lit ROGERS DENMARK By Homey Denmark 416 ol 9 10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. At name time urn! place w There are many other interesting and instructive facts and figures in the Year Book. We want lo tend our 1918 Year Book, to anyone, anywhere for the asking. fre Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago. ill ittntl my tpUrilid five year old Jack Jolin Grey at $8. To Insure A Living Colt. JOHN (illAY is u gray Juck. IC bands high, ijood bone il ear and considered one of the beat Jarl.a He is royally bled Swift & Company, U. S. A. m by Marmaduke. lstdemby dam by ltourbon Chief. Care taken to previ tit accidents but not responsible should any occur. Lien-- retained on colt until eearon la paid. Season due when mar is bred to another horse or Jack, nr sold or patted with. teirtf by in tins iieliibbcibecd. I.0111.' Tom. be by Wm, Tisld'a bl Jack, lia Hilly Hi.ckliiridce, lie by ltourbon Chief. 2nd H. P. CONN, Route No. 3. Paint Lick, Ky. ( The Central Record, Thursday, April II, 1918. 5 More Than 400 Farmers in Kentucky Alone Are Planting My SEED GOES Neal's Paymaster Germination Guaranteed 95 per cent or Better. Neal's Paymaster is the answer to the Government's request to grow more corn. It is This year's crop depends upon the seed you plant. Don't take chances with untested or low testing, unknown varieties. Be advised by farmers who say that they would have averaged twelve bushels more per acre had they planted Neal's Paymaster. On a forty acre field that means $1,000 more profit for you. sure-cropplng, heavy-producin- g, early-maturin- g. Lend Him a Hand -my hand Every hand in the land stretched out to help him to VICTORY! That is the way that America is going to win this war. It is the only way she can win it We are fighting a United German people. Until American is backing the boys in the trenches, until every hand in the land is stretched out to help, we cannot expect our army to defeat the German armies strengthened by the toil and sacrifice ot the one hundred and fifty million people of Germany and her allies. Your Here is Neal's Paymaster's 10)7 Record. Highest 1917 record for Maury. bushels. my home county 122 made by Mr. Will Calvert. On n number of other farms, the average was upwards ot 100 bush- els. Mr. Hill McJiibbon. on a large field, averaged 5)0 bushels. hand The seed corn I am offering you is all from the Calvert and farms. Some more cf my Customers: Middle Tennessee Experiment Station, after test showing 100 per cent germination, bought 30 bushels of Neal's Paymaster. Hundreds of farmers, besides those in Kentucky, in the twenty-fiv- e great corn growing states. Neal's Paymaster is the standard two ear corn. White grain, small red cob. medium stalk, matures in 100 to 110 days. Uniformly makes large yield, I I have only about 1,000 bushels of this incomparable, tested Seed Corn left that I can kpM tn Kentuekv Farmers. ey Price $6.00 Per BusM Gash With Order. F. O. B. Columbia, Tenn. We Advise Ordering by Express Freight is too j Sacks Free. Slow. T. N. FIGURES, Jr., Columbia, Tenn. Reference: The Three Banks of Columbia. This is a war of national resources, and everyone must add his share to America's fighting strength if we are to make our superior resources count Every hand in the tend must be stretched out to help our boys if we would send them over the top to early and certain victory. V I Unremitting Industry. Pon't set too much store by unre-- i .ilttlng Industry. The tint tins been; working steadily for 0.000 years and Is still an ant Carper's Weekly. Conjugal Felicity. "My !fe and I never urgue, so we "How do you t iilimg beautifully." -- milt and fche never disagrees with me." Huston Transcript "When anything goes snase HI" nms I always figure that It was my cards .1 Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. What or tne jaywaisen ie crones the street diagonally. The motnrman leans and shouts. The cop flourishes his club. His whistle shrills. The au to toot. Unknown to the Jaywalker the crossing calls to him. In the hos pital nurses prepare bandages; and at home a dog howls for his master. Save for the Third Liberty Loan. Invest in the Third Liberty Loan. That is the way to lend a hand. That is the way to make a nation invincible for freedom and justice. Every bond bought now is a direct fighting aid to this boy in the trenches in France. 8eattle His Patience Exhausted. liked to tease Max. One day when he thought she had been too rough with him lis Jammed his hands deep Into his overall pockets and, backOffice at Rainey's Livery Stable. ing away from her, asked, "What do Is something to pay with Lancaster. you think Kentucky or something weal)" A friend It iS! troubles peculiar to women. The thousands ol women who have been helped by Cardui in the past 40 years, is conclusive prool that it is a good medicine lor women It should who sutler. help you, too. There can be no doubt as to the merit ol Cardui, the women's tonic, in the treatment ol many The Mlssua in Charge. The editor of the Jefferson Review recently took his first vacation In a lurge number of years, and In his latest Issue remarks : "That wife of ours has n queer way of running business. Hho banks all the money she takes In, but doesn't pay nuy bills. Works all right one way, but ha kept us busy since we got home." Oregonlan. Musk a Chinese Monopoly. Musk Is one product of world commerce In which China practically enjoys n monopoly not a large one, to be sure, since the nnnual output Is at best only somo $100,000 gold, but the product Itself Is worth many times Its weight In silver, nnd for that matter, gold ns well, In these days of high exchange, says tho Far Eastern Itevlew, Chungking. J. A. Beazley MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Lend Him a Hand This Space Paid for and Contributed by Paint Lick, ' Take CARDUI 33 The Woman's Tonic Honaker McRoberts. Haselden Brothers. R. E. m McRoberts Davidson & Tomlinson J. R. Mount & Co. Mrs. N. E. Varner. of Ilixson, Tenn., writes: "I was passing through the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and my. suffering Indescribable. I can't tell just how and where I hurt, about I all over, I think began Cardui, and ray pains crew less and less, until Iwas cured. I am remarkably strong (or a woman 64 years ol age. I da all mv housework." Try Cardui, today, ... yi Fine Cut Flowers. To Remove Dlscoloratlons. To remove marks and dlscoloratlons from brau or gilt ornaments, picture John M frames, etc., dissolve a piece of soft egg In a pint of wup the size of an boiling water, then add a tablespoontul W. A. WHEELER of ammonia. Wring n cloth'out of the solution and gently wipe the article to no cleaned; then sponge It with care, DENTIST using cold water, finally dry with - KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, cloth. soft OHlce over Sloimes Drug Store. Birds' Nests for 8oup. Hours a.m. 1 4 p.m. 7:30-- 9 p m. The birds' nests from which the far famed Chinese soup Is made are built by n species of swallow that aboundi BOOKKEEPING on the coasts of Java, Ceylon and Dor Buliia.Pbeugrapby neo, and consists of a gelatinous sub TYPEWRITING and stance obtained from marine plants. TELEGRAPHY The nests are boiled either In chicken broth or In milk ot almonds, and the result very much resembles vermicelli soup, except thst it Is far more costly WW M UtlwWU.BUI I The Central Record, Thursday, April 11,1918. 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. quality Suits in stock now, at very reason in clothing than it will later, because we have the fine able prices, but watch our predictions for the future. , all-woo- Sure To Happen WILL PURCHASE MORE, QUALITY NOW l, Your MONEY are fine this season. Notice the two snappy models shown here... f AFFiEi & MARX STYL Wc can furnish these from stock now. Mens Suits $12.50, $15.. $18, $20., $22.50, $25., $27.50, Boys Knee Suits $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $8.50 $10.00 Let $30. us show you now while our stock is fresh and we have plenty of sizes. Quality. The Central Record INCORPORATED sdUED House of JAS. W. S MITH CHURCH NOTES. FARM LABOR. Through the action of the Federal Government, what promised to be a famine In farm labor has apparently been averted. The work of the Unit ed States Employment Service of the Department of Labor is bringing re lief to conditions that until recently were the cause of grave concern. Scarcirj-o- f farm labor may still be Where this is felt in some sections. the case the greatest publicity should be given to the fact that the Employment Service stands ready at all time with the farmers In to . remedying the trouble. In any community suffering from a scarcity of farm labor, an application to our rurafcarrier or your postmaster will bring a blank form that, when properly filled out and forwarded to Washington according to directions, will put that community in direct touch The with the Employment Service. heads of this service .vish the country to know that to date the Service has been able to supply labor to meet all calls, and hopes to be able to meet all future calls. Farmers needing help and unable to secure it, should not hesitate to call upon this department, which was created primarily for their relief. The Gov ernment is urgent that no land in the United States lies idle this year if it is possible to bring it under cultivation. To this end. farmers who, with the proper help, would be enabled to in crease, their acreage of crops, should avail themselves of. the Employment Service and exert themselves to the utmost to produce buqiper crops. Lancaster Kentucky CHRISTIAN ' At the Christian church Bible School arid worship Sunday at usual hours. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. "The Unfinished Sermon subject: R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mtfr. Tast." Choir practice Thursday eveall of iuered l the Post ODco In Laaeaitrr. Kr. ning 7:30. You are welcome to a Second Clan Mall Matter. the churches services. ilctnber Kentucky and Weekly. il.uo a year. ' PROTECT THE CHILDREN (J. B. MOORMAN) Press Association "A SOLDIER". The following lines were sent into this office and asked to be published. Lancaster, Ky., April 11, 1918 by Fred M. Blake- I They were written man, Fort Sam Houston, iexas. Lo. U. 19th Intantry, a Garrard couTitv.boy. Rales For Political Announcements "A soldier is nobody. For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 We hear lots of people sav, 10.00 County Office 'or They are the outcast of thet country, tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 And always In the way. . c'or Calls, per line .10 We admit there are lots of bad ones, 10 For Cards, per line From the army to the Marine, tor all publications in the interBut will also find a goodly number, est of individuals or expresThe most worthy to be seen. sion of individual views, per Now do not scorn a soldier 10 line But grasp him by the hand Obituaries, per line 05 For the uniform he proudly wears Means protection for our land. PAYS FIRE LOSS. The Government picks its soldiers From millions far and wide Mr. Joe Skinner who lost his stock of merchandise by Are So place the soldier as your equal. And drop your haughty pride. last Friday night, unfortunateWhen a .soldier goes to battle, ly had only $1,500 insurance, You cheer him on his way. while his loss was probably You say he was a hero. "$4,000. The full amount of When in his grave he lay. the policy was paid him yesterday by Mr. ;J. ,A. Beazley, Thelhardest'battle"of a soldier. Is in the time of peace, he having been' insured in ohe When you laugh and scorn him. of his companies. And treat him like a beast. Barred Plymouth Eggs 75c 1 will now close this poetry . And hope 1 don't offend. for setting of 15. So when you meet a soldier Luther Raney, Lancaster, Ends Please treat him as a FRIEND. Ky. Phone 329-I- L Eighth District Publishers League. Tho Injury that war works to nations does not stop with the destruction of life and property. greatest Injury is in its blighting influence on character. America should be truly thankful that this war is be fought in other lands and on foreign suil. Were the conditions here as in France, we would indeed have cause to fear for the future of our country. Survivors of our civil war. who were children growing up when that ccnllict was raging, can and will testify to the destructive effect of war and war talk on the plastic minds of the young. It has been noted with surprise by many that the children of enemies harbor enmity and animosity long after all trace of bitterness has departed from the hearts of the combatants. There is a perfectly natural reason Men who havu met each for this. other in the shock of battle, who have given fcnd taken blowr for blow., have learned to respect a brave foe; and when hostilities have ceased and the cause of strife has been removed or settled, there has been little enmity If you expect to Duy a Buggy this spring, see our line for we have some jobs that are strictly up-to-da- te, at the right price. WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE, VULCAN AND OLIVER PLOWS. WE CAKRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. left in their hearts. DEATH Beautiful life Of Miss Welle Walker. , The death of Miss Estelle Walker The meeting at the court house in Lancaster orrnext Monthe day at two o'clock to organize the drive in our county for the caused universal sorrow in lived, Paint and Lick community where she sale of Liberty Bonds is an important one. Every patriotic cit- also here where she was well known izen in the county ought to and will lay aside his business, even and widely connected. She had been a sufferer for several if jt is important and urgent, and be present to do his part in the service of his country. Upon the attendance and outcome months past and the last month of her one of Louisville's of this meeting next Monday largely depends the success or life she was at she ihed last Monday Hospitals, where failure in this county in meeting the sale of bonds allotted to morning. Her remains were brought us. We are expected to buy about $140,000.00 Liberty Bonds to Paint Lick Tuesday and after funerin this county. That is our share of the $3,000,000.00 and if al services at Manse that afternoon, took place in the Paint Lick we fail our county becomes a 'slacker' county. While we do cemetery, the conducted do not for a moment think that our citizens will have to face by her pastor, services being Eldridgo. Itev. W. M. this humiliation, yet'it is possible if a sufficient number fail to Miss Estelle was the only daughter respond to the call of duty and fail to do his. or her part. The of Mrs. Florence E. Walker, her fathGovernment officials urge those in charge of thn bond sale to er, Wade II. Walker having died, about ago. give the widest publicity of the names of all the patriotic men five vearaalso survived by one She is brother, and women who purchase Bonds, and we note that in many Lieut. Frank Walker, now stationed at counties the local press is carrying-- the names and the amount Camp Zachary Taylor, Her parents purchased. We think this an excellent idea. For in this way being prominent and pioneer families of. this and Madison county. the public is informed of the 'slacker' who fails to loan his 'Deceased was a true and beautiful government money when he is able and called upon. The pub- type of womanhood, She was cultured lic in this way will know who fails to do his whole duty. The and refined and possessed rare execu patriotic men and women must meet at the court house Mon- (ive ability, having conducted successfully day and plans laid and resolves made that this county shall do death. a large farm since her fathers its parj and take the (iuota of Bonds apportioned to it, that our She was ever ready to minister to county shall not be a slacker county. the poor and unfortunate and possessed LANCASTER This, however, is not the case with the child who has grown up under war's influence. To the jTtlng, Impression able mind an enemy is invested with all the attributes of the evil one himself, None but the worst characteristics of that enemy are brought to the child's notice, and in timo hv cornea, to look upon such enemy as altogether bad. The people of this country should take extra precautions to the end that the young iwople be disturbed as little as possible by talk of war and preparations for war. They should be discouraged from all discussion of the war or its causes. Theie will be plenty of time for them to acquire all this information when this struggle shall have passed into history. In fact, the pages of history is the proper source of their information, because only there can they be reasonably sure of any accuracy. The teacher who is really consecrated to his calling will, in this crisis, devote all his energy to the task of keeping the minds of the children under his care as near the normal as circumstan ces win airow. Keep me juung mind so busy with the vital matter of ac quiring an education in the practical aiiairs or lite, that wur and Its horrors will find no place in his thoughts. We would not be understood as dis couraging tho teaching of patriotism to Every child should be early the child. imbued with a love and reverence for his homeland. But this can be Inculcated In a natural manner and the child's mind still tm detached from the concrete facts of this or any other conflict. For the sake of the child's welfare. let us confine this war to the adults. The children have no place In it. Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsville, Ky. Here Is Something You Con Oo Buy War Saving Stamps and ' HELP TO 58TOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It is your Duty. We Citizens National Bank OF I.ANCASTKI!, i a 6 h... ii v iii'.iwiim O. I'.ICNRY. .. . p.. ICY. i u. t , Ass't Cash'r It L J. Waukh. Jit.. Miitin t .ir JOB ituivvi, iii,rtr,H, vice rrrni, ON ROLL OF HONOR. 31 ICZZ1CZ1C ii ir A U Good Used Car if n better investment than n New One of Inferior Quality. MAN HAS The building of "8nffs"35r,our country at this time in all haste is the most important work of all the urgent needs. Wo can not get our armies to the battlo front without ships, we can not get food nor amunition there without ships more ships. We can not feed our allies without ships to carry 'the supplies we are producing for them. The government is calling for large numbers of men who are skilled" carpenters or blacksmiths in fact,, for all kinds of skilledJauor suitable for shipbuilding at good wages. Those who are skilled in this lino can do more for pur country at the ship yards than at the battle front fighting t.he "'enemy. If you vant to serve your country at good wages you can volunteer to do so by mailing your application to the shipbuilding department of the Government. The Editor of the Record will send in your Application for you if you are qualified to and want to serve in this way. a "charity which hopeth all things". Although a woman of ripened intellect, she was greater of heart than mind, always doing with her might what her hands found to do. In the quiet circle in which she moved, she shed the rays of a great love all about her. She lived a life of service, find Ing her greatest happiness In work and in the happiness of those she She was it tiua Christian in loved. the fullest meaning of the word; at an early age she gave lier heart to the Lord and was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church. Though young, death had no terrors to her, as she was fortified by the consciousness of duty done, love won, and a strong and abiding faith. Eternal rest lies ahead and a living memory behind Miss Estelle Walker. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. was told by our family physician that I could not live without an operation, as my liver and gall sack were in such a condition, t set the day to go to the hospital, but then I Saw the advertisement of Mayr's Wonderful Hemedy. Since taking it I am feeling I am euro I never like a could have survived an operation." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the cstarrlial muous from the Intestinal tract and allays the infla- mation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. It. E. McKOBEKTS, Druggist ' "I We nave the following used cars f.r sale ami iltinrntiteeil: 1010 Overland four $325. 1013 Overland four $350. 1010 Sexon Six $350, 1010 Oakland Six $550. 11)10 Oakland six $075. t0l7 Studebaker six $000. 11)15 Uuick four 5500. 11)10 Uuick six $050. 1017 Buick four 000. 1017 Uuick six $800. 1917BuIck Six $1,000 We will be pleased to show you uny of the nbove cars. n Make Your Next New Car a Buick The Danville Buick Go L. D. CONN. Proprietor. mi Walnut Street. ie Danville, Kentucky 3EZ3CZUCZZZ1I IE C fho Central Record, Thursday, April I I, 1918. 7 Though PUMPS. OXFORDS AND COLONIALS , 33 G Our lines arc not broken, and vie are managing to recruit New and ' worthy of their trade and confidence. Beittl e All the new weaves In Merchandise each day so as to show our many patrons we are , is Fierce 3 T, Easter is Past but the Spring Season is by no Means Over. Silks, Vails, ant! Other Cotton Fabrics, for Dresses, Skirts and Waists IXin't f.iil to see the following lines: GOATS, SUITS, DRESSES 0 IN ALL FOR SPRING Sw? (ttir mntiy FOOT WEAR. varinl styhs Betty Wale Dresses, Jack Tar Mar Hof Middy Suits and our Rug and Carpet Department, Mid-die- s, THE NEW CREATfONS. nrritnji cadi ilay. Shipments 11 is our pleasure to snow you. jfe HOUSE 7 P06ITIVKI.Y ONE I'RIrK IX) ALL THE J mercantile compan Gossip About -i w WHERE QUALITY REIGNS. . (VL S. HATFIEbD, I Dentist i'iioni:s I (Wire 5. Residence 376". Abb U'ORK GUARANTEED. Iioncistcr, KjJ. f J II (ii SPECIALS No. No. No. No. (!) I i i (!) 3 cans Hominy 2 2 2 - cans Blackberries cans Gooseberries cans String Beans Full line Soaps lOcts lOcts lOcts lOcts lOcts I (!) G) ill (!) (!) I Sander's Variety Store, WE SELL FOR LESS. v4 ffi Ill -r-LINOTYPE f Iflftfl ... Being Installed In This Office !. I'JULL mm; ii i mii COLUMN. J jj Wc announced Ecvoral weeks I Mrs. Carlton Klkin and daughter, Miss Emily Anne, have returmd from ajro that the Ccntal Record had purchased a Linotype maa visit to Liberty. Hooms for tent. Misa Fannie Bifhop. chine. The machine has arMr. S. M. Urton, ot Jessamine, waa rived and is being installed in 100 bales ot daik hay for sule. J A r.rlil Mn!lrn ol tSf Comics srin the city this week and paid this our office this week. Mr. ErLvThuie Wt Are !ntrittd In. Co'r. George Spoonamore. uflice un appreciated call. e nest O. Tailgate, of Chicago aaaai FOH KENT: Grass for crazing Misa Margaret Cook, of K. C. W., is' an expert operator, from the " . Mergenthaler 3 t. attending ihe "Junior I'rom" at l'er-- , olficn of the Fisher Herring Mias Elizabeth .Scott spent the weekLinotype Company, is looking due University this week. end in Louisville. FOH SALE: Seven new hemp after the installation. The ma- brakes. e Mr. Itobert Elkin Hughes of J. Miaa Mnrv Drlramp was a visitor in chine is a Model 14, anil as the I'reacherayille. Ky, II. Thompson, was the guest of his brither, Mr. Phone 380 II. L?iflnglu, Saturday. best machine this company K. S. Hughes last Saturday. puts out; being equipped with FOR SALE: Family mare and genMrs. Hobert Todd spent the week-enin Columbia, the gjc't of frienda and The punch behind a fist threK Magazines and an Aux- tle pony. Will sell cheao. deiliary. relatives. T. W. Conn. Bonds tails of We will give more ma- 4 of Right-Libe-rty this wonderful Mr. Cecil, Brown loft last week for chine in our next issue, for WANTED: 600 locust posts at once. L. Caneer, of Stanford, atI'rnf. M. Fort llenjamin llarriaon to go in A. II. Bastin and Son. tended the patriotic meeting at the lack of time prevents us from trait.fng. saying more at this time. This FOR SALE. Two milk cows, court house here last Saturday. fresh. Mr. Will Lackey of Harlan Ky, was weeks issue of thcRccord was Miss Sallie Tillett. Mrs. George llogard and son. left fori gotten out under difficulties, 2t pd in Lancaster a few days the putt week Itichmond Monday for a few days visit owing to the fnct that our best on business. FOR SALE; Seveiul sows with pigs before returning- to their home in olTice man, Mr. Lou Miller, also several sows ready to farrow. Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Gaines were in Louisville. has been assisting in the erectW. V. Gastineau. Lexington last week to see "A Kits Dr. Frank Arnold. Uev. II. S. Hud- ing of the Linotype. for Cinderella". We are indebted to Mr. It. FOR SALE Baled hay of good qualson and Mr. Hora:e Herndon attended Mr Gowen llourne and Mix IV Rice &. Co. I'resbvtery in Danville Wednesday. E. Henry for valuable assis- ity $1.50 per cwt. Four miles out on the Buckeye pike. Houroa of Danville, were visitors Mr. Herndon was sent as a. delegatej tance in the absence of Terv here lust Thurday. Phone D. B. Pelphrey. 3J7-sey Durnside who had to "lay from this chuJch. Misa Lucy Doty of Lexington off" on account of illness. pent Mr. and Mrs. J. G. llurnaide. Miss several daya the past week with her Bastin Brothers proved to Mrs. Luther I Anna Ilelltllurnaide, NOTICE. be friends indeed, for they lather, Mr. Jesse Doty. Gibbs and Miss Elizabeth Gibbs, spent worked early and late, .makPositiiely no fishing or bathinc; will Dr. Krunk Arnold of Kansas City, yesterday in Stanford, the guests of ing the connections to the Li- be allowed in the Conn pond this year. Mo, has been visiting Mrs. D. M. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert llruce. notype which is run exclusive-l- y ' S. H, Eates. Lackey for several da) a. Lieut. Jack Cuser. of Hattiesburg, by electricity, even to the Mrs. A. F. Sanders is In 'Louisville Miss., is here this week to join Mrs. melting of the metal. More EGGS FOR HATCHING. the guest of her daughters, Mra. J. J. Casey, at tt.e home of Mr. and Mrs. K, along this lino later. Messrs I'u rs ley and Mist Stella, Sanders. II. Wilkinson. Lieut. Casey is in thej Conn Brothers answered a hur White and Brown Leghorn eggs, SI. Hemount station near Camp Shelby ry call promptly and made the per setting. Buir Orpington eggs. Mr. Charlie Sanders who has been in and Buys he is enjoying fine heulth and necessary water connections, $1.00 to $3.(0 per setting. Akron Ohio, for some time is here via Walton Mos. it. for which we arc grateful. iting his mother, Mra. Sallie Sanders. is delighted with hi work. This article was printed from .J. Tersey Huniside went to LouisLiberty Bonds PassNotice. ville Tuesday to consult a specialist .type made on our new maHow do you like it? he having been indisposed for the chine. Mr. Farmer; Save every bag ports to Mrs N'ellm Hal Ion w:is friends here lat Saturday,- visitlntr ( a . lxui-vill- d - 11'2t-Pd- i Freedom. I'J ii Hospital For Automobile Half-SolHalf-Sol- Tires. I I la Sift I I I In tliis tiuii! of hitili cost of living, why not econoe mize, liriii); us your old tire and let us it witli e so it will run longer than n new the famous (iiites one :i.500 miles without a puncture. Ask the, man who We do all kinds of Vulcanizing. is using one Send us your work mid it will be done right. 1 1 in Mra. A. II. llastln has returned from a Invert,! Wilcil Vltlt tn Pinfinnatl I ha (!) guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hobert Golf. Mr. and Mra. V. A. Speith in and "rrnublea" have returned otter delightful visit to relatives ville. n very Louis International J. Rubber Sales Company. 338-- 1 in Mrs. W. It. Cook spent several daya in Louisville last week. She was accompanied home by Mis Helen Eliza beth Sprague who is her guest ' II. WILLIAMS. Mgr., Danville. Ky. CREED SIMPSON. Agent for Garrard County. Phone Mrs. Wesley Dickerson, Mrs. Wood IlurnsideT'and Misses Carrie Iteld and I'earl Dickerson left Wednesday fur tli.clmrntl for u several days stay. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs entertained at a 12 o'clock dinner Tuesday in honor of Dr. Krunk Arnold of Kan-aa- a City Mo, and Ho v. II. S. Hudson Mrs Forrest Fitzgerald and pretty little daughter, Dorothy Dell, of Danville, are (,'uesta of her parents, Mr. and Mra. Wilkinaon, nn Maple Avenue. Misa Angle Kinnaird of Indianapolis, and Mr. William Kinnaird o(M. M. I., Millersburir, spent Sunday with their parents, Dr. and Mra. J. Ii. Kinnaird. I A PA 3&t VW TO 111L1 XM7XAXftV&ZZ&Z: AGENTS 11 AUTHORIZED FOR ' THP CATP HP WAP MUIIWK imuu ui nu uauinuij STAMPS AND THRIFT ' I I All who havo not already done id, will plea3e procure u sup-pl- y uf War Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps, War Savings awards anil Thrift Cards from their Hanker at once and place iam on tale. We are Informed by th Treasury Department that Kentucky at the bottom of the list of State in the sale of these Stamps. Let Garrard county and every patriotic citizen of Garrard county, do Ida part to redeem thu fair name of Kentucky, and help win the war. Urge every customer, who la able to do o, to buy the limit: Urge all othera to buy to the limit of their $1000.00 of ttampa. ability, and to keep un buying. If they can not buy Saving Stamp. intlst that they buy Thrift Stampt. (Jet your report canl Into the mail Saturday, March 2nd,ihow Ir.ft all sales up to that date. Beginning Thuraday, March 7th, we will publish In the Central Urcord. a report showing the aalea of each agent in the county. Let's aeu who will head the litt. II. V. IIASTIN, Chin. Garrard County War Savings Com. Mr. and Mrs. Den 1". Ilallard and son, Itobert, of Cincinnati, were here for a few daya during the past week, ot the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ilallard on Stanford avenue. Messrs Jesse Mershon, Terril Hagan and Mr. Anderson of Corbiu, were the gueata last week of Mr. Alershon'f sister, Mr. John Walter. Mr. Anderson came In the Interest of the Y, M. C. A. Work. Wc trust be will soon past month. For Sale Surrey, Buggy and it t of be fully restored to his usual good harness. F. D. I'almeter. health and can return to his position in this office, where he has worked TIM HOFFMAN. DEAD. bo faithfully for the past ten years. Todays Conrier Journal states that !r. and Mrs. Iknry Tuttle cave a Tim Hulfman. aged 3 years, died delightful noon day dinner last Sundav Wednesday morning in a Ijiuiiville in honor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. hospital, of nephiitis. Tim Huffman W. M. Heynolda of Coy. Those pres ii remembered here where he lived ent besides the honor guests were. about twentv-liv- e years ago and at Messrs James Lawrence, and Clay Lc; that time was considered the best ray, Missra Daisy Heynolda and Lizzie clothing saleiman in the city. Foley, Mr. and Mrs. J. I1. Foley, and Mr. Charley Morris of Uanvilie. Relax If You Would Sleep. The philosopher Hegel ftnWied lilt Lieut. Virgil Kinnaird and Mr. Kinprincipal work on the eve of the battle naird. formerly of Fort Hiley Kunsas, were here fur u few days visit to his of Jena, nmlilst the thnnder of can non. Noise, Instcnd of interfering with Kinparents. Dr. and Mrs. James timxclous thinking, produces un In naird. Lieut. Kinnaird left Tuesday centlvo to thought. If you keep too afternoon for Camp Taylor where he" vigorous an attention on your Ideas, will be itationed for a while. Mrs. lifter you compose )ourelt for sleep; Kinnaird will remain here for several If you maintain nn emotional element or nny feelings with them, you will lie weeks with her friends and relatives. wuko or huve only fitful sleep. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott entertained at an elaborate six course dinCleaning Silver. ner last Saturday evening in honor of A quick way to clean silver that ! a few friends. Covers were placed for not tarnished, but merely discolored fourteen. The table was artistically Is to wash It In a weak solution of and appropriately decorated In spring nmninnln water. This removes the tlowera and beautiful little place cards black stnfn. After cleaning them with of red, white an4 blue, in the shape of the solution Hiey idiould be washed little nut baskets. Iiesides the heat nml polished with n cloth. This methand hostess the invitation included, od works well on Mlver Bpoons which Hev. and Mrs. J. H. Moorman, Itev, have been discolored by eggs. and Mrs. II. S. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Lines to Be Remembered. Sam llaselden, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. C. Most of all tho other beautiful thing Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Friable and In life come" by twos and threes, by Mr. and Mrs. II. V. llastln. dozens and hundreds. I'lcnty of roses, tiirs, sunsets, rainbows, brothers and lsters, aunts and cousins, but only one & mother In all the wide world. Kate -1 muglus WIggln. You may not bo ablo to get them when jou want them and it is only another form of helping to win the fight. GARRARD MILLING CO. will hold grain. that JACK FOR SALE. We have a 4 year old black; Jack will sell or trade worth the monev. la sound andjalright. T. J. and T. O. HILL. Buckeye Ky. FOR SALE IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN. Modern 7 room dwelling, water, lights and bath, nice size lot; desirable location. Priced right and good reason for selling. D. A. THOMAS REALTY CO. Lancaster, Ky. 'fine stock for sale. 1 desire to sell privately, one registered Aberdeen Angus bull calf, ready for service and good enough to head any herd. Price, $250. Also several grade Angus bull culves, price $100 tu $125. One four year old black Jack, with white points, well broken and a good one. Priced to sell quick. A. D. UltADSIIAW. Lancaster.' Kv. Buy More Liberty Bonds. Buy More War Savings Bullets.. Guns. Ships. Liberty Bonds. Stamps. Buy More Thrift Stairips. Buy If It Hurts. You can pay for them tflth eggs next winter,,, r ERLE G. FARRA, Getting Them to Listen. Mrs. Green Clay Walker and Mill See us for tested seed corn- - , One of de surest ways," Mild Uncle Gladys Knabie accompanied Mrs. Chas. Hudson, Hughes & Farnuu. Eben, "to git B croud highly pleased Zimnur and children to their home in Lexington last week, remaining until FOU SALE Boone County White snd Interested Is to itan' np nud tell m dey Ii so wicked dey Is all goln' While there they went to Seed Corn; tea'ed DC per cent. Satuiday. dlrtck to perdition, or words to dat may 1) Box 272. Lancaster, Ky Maude Adami In "A Klas For see Boyle Doty, SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS. Cinderella". Paint Lick, Ky. Itoute S. t ' The Central Racord, Thursday. April II 1918. GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson spent a few days In Estill. Mr. Irvine Simpson and family spent the wek end here. Shooting palm in Miss Inex Land was a guest of Mrs. Ides? Ankles swollen? Hiram Land, lecently. still? Muscles sore? Joints Miss Flora Mae I'll.-- is with her I lui vmi feel hllintie anil out ol sorts? Have you Mrs. Hunter Dai is. sister ! dstk muches under your Miss Ada Sfhastln was a guest of eyes? Do you leel that, you are growing old? Mrs. Otis Stotts. recently. Are vnu annored at niht with sleep disturbing bladder Irregularities? Miss Ora Foster of Bradshaw Mills Would you like to know ol a good remis with Mrs. Allen Tester. edy lor kidney trouble, the cause ol most ol these symptoms snd silments? Mrs. Finlev Hall and little daughter, The best Hood health insurance are visiting in Estill county. known Is to keep the kidneys snd urinsr Miss Jessie B. Ray. who has been trscl In the proper condition to do then work of filtering and throwing out from attending E K. N. S. is at home. the blood stream, uric acid and poisons A patriotic meeting IS to be held at that settle throughout the system when the kidneys ail In their work. Buckeye Saturday evening at 7;30. YOU Don't Have to Suffer BACKACHE? 'A goods from the store was aaved. The safe and the "stock" of the postoflie department were taken from the burning building uninjured. Mr. Arnett worked most heroicly and saved the dwelling from burning. The loss of property was estimated at about $8,000 Mr. Sain-tie- r with only $1,500 insurance. a oung man of sterling worth has many friends who sympathize with him in his loss of property. Mr. Edwards who owns the store house will rebuild right away. The origin of the Are Is unknown. Deposits. workable beds of nnthrnrlte hnve been Identified to the state of I'ennsylvnnln. Their minimum depth below the surface approximates 2,.'00 feet, nnd they contain nt liest from sixty to seventy feet of conl. However, In the "southern" field some of the beds nre estimated to reach levels 4,000 feet below the surface. Rich Anthracite twenty-one LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE EVERYStrike Cigarettes month we make enough to reach, end to end, from New York to China, the long way around. That's At lent 15,000,000 because A DAY Regular men like the Lucky Strike Cigarette good, solid Kentucky Burley tobacco, fine for a cigarette All Baking Cares When CALUMET comes in. all bakintr troubles take quick leave. You co richt ahead and mix up baking materials, for biscuit- s- Shoulders Mr. Moe Ray and son, Joe were in will (one up and invigorate your kidneys. They banish bscksche and other symptoms rf wesk snd disorder! LUnns- - They sisrt ewi rlshl lowsnj food beelth. Their sooths snd beat tbt blsdJer and reSulste Ihc lieer. Why suffer such s remedy cso be bad with Richmond Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. N. G. Young filled his appoint ments here Saturday evening and REPAIR MACHINES IN WINTER IT'S TOASTED Farmers Should Civs Careful Atten. (ion to loots ana implements tor next season. During the winter months farmers should give careful nttentlnn to the work of repairing nil machines which will he used next senson. Also, orders for repair parts nnd new machines should be placed as soon ns nsslble. This will acquaint iimniifnctiin'M and their agents with the demand In different sections nnd enable them tu make the best possible distribution. At the same time It will eliminate expensive-tlelnyIn transportation at the busy season. NATURAL r if i The Sunday School will be reorganl zed at the Methodist church here Sun so Itltle effort t Mrs. Erne F. KWw. Arerilt. day morning. Minnesota, writes I I was at I'srlo Ssmtarium lorlbree weeks Misi.es Nell Rav and Eunice Stotts at one lime and two weeks at cakes anything without (ear another rime foe rheumatism were guests of Miss Jessie B. Ray, of uncertainty. Calumet makes and kidney trouble and lot no Saturday night. relief. And on ray return home you Jorgtl lailure. I bessn using: holer kidney Pills Messrs John and 'lorn Matt Chandler snd found Immediate relief snd about half bottle eomnleted Harvey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. the cure. I always have them on hsnd and ue Sunday. luces when I feel say pain la my back. Teat-- r. BAKING POWDER In two. sizes, 50c and J 1.00. Utha tnAtt tebuhiT heciUM it does clva Mrs. Drew Davis has been visiting most txrftci mult. It has the bis I her daughter, Mrs Irvine Simpson at irest demand because it Is the mont at I Stormes Drug Store ptnaaou. incise, main Mine oig-gClover Bottom. teller prores that it ) the best. A inaiwm convince you in, inere 11 Mrs. Elijah McMillion of Poor I'.ide if you J none"justasKood."fluyacan NINA are not Miunea iue u docs ana i and Master Elmer Ray visited in Bovle your money Men. Set countv recently. Calumet contains only auch tnare- Mr. Dan East purchased a mate fro-dients OA nave been approvea Mr. Frank Lund sold a mule to Mr. officially by the U. S. Food Clemmie Muiphy for 1125; also a hog: F. M. I'rewitt for $200. Auuionues. Mr. W. E. Whiiaker is about to Tea ht ka Vr It. to Ed Naylor for $25. Tta Mft Wt yi bm it Rev. D. F. Sebastian will fill his complete his new store at this place. HIGHEST regular appointments at Liberty church j Bro. Beard filled his regular appointQUALITY ment at Freedom Saturday and Sunday. Saturday afternoon and Sunday j,vtenl finm thli nlsrt. attended the HIGHEST Mrs. Harvey Teater and Miss Bernice Lancaster' AWARDS Teater were guests of Mr. and Mrs. sale of J. E. Montgomery at Saturday. Andrew Slotu ana lamliy rriuay anu Miss, Jennie Ban. of ljwell, spent Saturday. Miss Messrs L. D. Wilson of Muncie Ind, the week end with her sister. and J. L. Beazlev o( Stanford were Mary Ban. Mr. W E. Whitaker spent Sunday here Saturday to deliver a piano to Mr. J. W. Sutwith his father-in-laMiss Lenna Hollon. ill. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian and ton who is quite Mr. Carl Prewitt anj family, of children, Mr and Mrs James Matthews, Mesdames Andrew and Otis Stotts Kirksville, spent Sunday with Mr. and were guest! of Mr and Mrs. Mose Ray Mrs. W. T: Watson. I Miss Marv B. Harris, of Berea, ColSunday. Messrs J. N. Teater. T. O. Hill, lege, is the guest of her parenta Mr. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Jesse Hill, Walker Biadshaw, Mr. ana and Mrs. Sam Harria. Mrs. Henry Tester, were guests of Mr Mr. Hnry I'ennlngton and family of Mollie Currier, et al. Plaintiffs. and Mrs. II. Ray and Mr, and Mrs. J. Clav countv, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Jlra. W. H. Creech. Glass Canier, et al. Defendants. M. Amon, Sunday, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at Mrs. Dora Wheeler and daughter. the March term, 1918, the undersigned Miss Jennie, of near Lancaster have Commissioner will Hell at public aucbeen visiting Mrand Mrs Sim Wheeler. tion befure the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m., on MONDAY, APRIL 22nd. 1918 CARTERS VILLE. j it being the fiist day of the Garrard Coui'iy Court Term, the real estate F. I. Bryant who has been very Mr. mentioned in the pleading and desaick is better. cribed as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Mr. C. S. Roop who has been very waters of Dix River and bounded as aick is better at this writing, follows: Beginning at a point in the t Mrs. J. D. Center entertained a spring branch, known as the Bri.hl Spring Branch, a corner to Nathan number of friends last Sunday. Noe'a part of the whole tract bought Mrs. Will Bryant and children visited , from 1. M. Dunn; thence along and her mother Mrs. Eliza Conn last Sun-Jdawith the top and the meanders of the clill of Dix River, up the umr, N 771 VV. 3 40 poles; thence N 9 W 10 pole Miss Vlrgie Davis was the pleasant N 54 W 32 poles N 3G W 8 pole N 53 guest of Miss Delia Centers last W 28 poles N 45 W 8 poles N 581 W 32 poles, N 711 w 28.2 poles to a stake two poles S 41J E from two marked Miss Myrtle Carter visited her sistr elders, said stske a comer in line to R. Mrs. Maggie Wvlie Saturday night M. Kibincon; thence his line S 441 E .i .r xa you cnoose me coat ior and Sunday. 205.3 poles to a stake near and southeast of an old gate, corner to said your house as carefully as Mr. aim Mrs. Roy Adams visiied her Robinson: tlitrce S 47 E HGJ poles to parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jennings the middle of the county road leading you choose the coat for last Tuesday night. lo Fihers roud; corner to suid Robin your back? son, the two feregning lines runuing Mr. Jeff Davis and Mrs. Susie Ren-fr- o a p:irti,erahlp fence; thence with with visited friends of near Broad Head the mid ile of said road N 411 E 1C Your house, like your body, must fast Thur.J.v night. feet; thetiw leavinz '.he road and rui be protected from the weather if ning back par.."tl nilli Uobinso ,'s it is not to suffer from sudden Mrs J D Carter and children aud 'me N 47 W, 37 poles to a stake near changes. Miss Cora Roop visited Mr and Mrs When you buy a coat gate, said stake the rait gate Host at a Leslie Wylie last Sunday. for yourself, you carefully select is 16 feet from Robinson's line and corner to Nsihsn Ne; thence with hip the material, note how It's made, Mrs. O. L Gahbard and MraC C line N 411 E 44 90 Doles to a stake, Itluntan. of Berea visited Mr and Mrs corner to same, N 48J W 70 iwles to a how it look3, how it's going to i Earnest (Jabbard last Thursday. stake, corner lo same, N 3GJ W 24 CO wear. Be as particular about poles to the end of a slune fence, cor- the coat of paint you buy for Mr. Jeff Davis and daughter, Susie ner to same, N 421 W 15 poles with your visited their aunt. Mrs. S, N Davis of house. the middle of the the stone fence to Madison county last Saturday night spring brsnch. cjrncr to same: there and Sunday. down ard Willi said branch N 41 W 10,16 poles to the beginning, containing 79 acres To which is added the clilf MAKKSBUKY land bordering along the foregoing described tract of land running from the corner of the prli'g branch and down Mrs. Fannie I'ollard continues ill at the same to Dix River and up said her home. river to R, M, Robinson's cirner and thence with his line to the top of the Mrs. Marv Rout, of l'ulnt Lick, was cliff, supposed to contain about 40 the guest of Mrs. Jno. Doty last week. Being the same land conveyed acres The recent news receivitl by Mrs. R. to Mollie Carrier, et al, by Elisha mixed with pure linseed oil gives Bowling and wife by deed dated April a well-mad- e, K. Speaks, of her bruther.Mr.Kinnaird handsome, lasting 4, 1899, and recorded in the Garrard Dorton, of Hattiasburg, who has been for your house a coat that County Clerk's office in deed book 16, coat very ill of rheumatism, is much imwill defy wind, rain, sun, and nao-- a 425. proved and Is able to be out of the The purpose of the sale herein is to snow. Any color is obtainable. hospital. reinvest the proceeds arising therefrom Our aim is not merely to male in other real estate, One of the most destructive fires in satisfied TERMS; sales, but customers this section of the countv of recent The sale will be made on a credit of customers. I year wis that of Joe Skinner's store aix months and the purchaser will be houis) and out buildinga when thev required to execute bond with approved were completely demolished by fire security for the purchase price, due in A aix months bearing Interest at the rate about 5 o'clock Saturday morning. of six per cent per annum from date runabout, 3 head of horses and other paid, having the force and elfect until live stock and many other things were of a iudtrment for which execution may consumed when the barn went up in Issue, payable to W. 11. Brown, Muter Commissioner oi me uarraru wircuu flames. The fire was first discovered Court, and Hen will be reserved upon by Mr. Edwards who gave the alarm all the purchase the property sold until to Messrs Skinner & Marksbury who money is paiu. .. Hnl(n.llo In Ihule nnnrt. -- I -- ..! BROWN, M. C. C. C. C W. II. ments. Owing to the early hour of Q B Swlnebroad, Att'y for Plffi. R. E. McRoberts J. L Stormes the morning very few knew of the fire Cspt. A. M. Bourne, Auct consequeetly a small per cent of the CALUMET FEED FOR POULTRY f Hens Should Receive Grains and Other Milling Products, Meat Meal, and Oreen Stuff. The nnttira! fond of poultry consists nf grains. Inserts, green fnnise nnd grit, nnil nrcnrdlnEly In domestication It Is reasonable that the hens receive fereal rrnlns nnd other milling prods us meat ucts, and such animal ments and skim milk, and should nlo hnve an abundance of green feed or such substitutes for It na roots or atenmetl clover. Oyster shells, grit anil plenty of fresh water should also be supplied. WHEN Q p Guaranteed by COMMISSIONER'S SALE SOIL IS UNHEALTHFUL OFJAND. Becomes So Saturated Sometimes With Droppings That Hens Are Likely to Contract Disease, BbOODED STOCK Ground may get so saturated vrlth the droppings that It become If food Is thronn on the COMBINED HORSE ground, the flock la likely In contract diseases common to filth. Where such Red sorrel, four white feet, 15.3 four years old and absolutely sound. a condition exists. It Is bear to removf Sired by Chester Chief 1129. he by Chester Dare 10. Dsm Amerirsn a couple of Inches of toll and fill la Maid 12UNx. by American Eagle 2051, he by Rex Squirrel 2nd, 2053. with clean aand or coarse gravel. This horse possesses the style of the Chester Dare family, with good bone and short back and an attractive looking horse, "American Chester" 6860. "MAJOR HEARNE" years The Best Coat for ur House Jack five old. standard color, black with white points, gotsl head, neck and ear. targe foot and bone with good length ami broad breast ed. This Jack la a prompt performer ar.d a aure breeder, and sires a high class ripa.ee bslow ibis beatfiug la for lbs esela-l- v type of mule ot uniform size. as of eur urmer subscribers, aud is for This stock is young, fresh and ready. They will make the season of 1918 lbs sals o( stock, giain and sucb tbtnia on at ray atable six miles from Lancaster and three miles from Bryantsville near faraa as ths farmer cauiiot afford to aflssr lie. No nutlcs will be aeceotei orer tour the Lexington pike on the Rout lane below tSe Fork church at Marksbury at wo Issue ef lb lines, and wilt beoblrlit The Old Price of Each to Insure a Living Colt. seoan, free olcbsree Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Bryantsville Phone 47-Number nne fresh milk row for sale. J. 0. Conn, FARMER'S COLUMN A high claas $10.00 WANTED 3.VX) tobacco aticks. J. A. Conn. Robt. R."Fox, roote Lancaster, Ky. AT A REASONABLE Jr. FOR SALE Registered Jersey cow with calf at side. A good one,. R. (L Woods, Paint Lick Ky. Two fresh cows for sale, cillis. I'hut'.e No. 3:D-II- . FOR SALE; good timothy hay. Joe Cris- - SEED CORN About eighty bales of l'hone 31& John N. Ross, 1. First Class Seed Corn for Sale, I F. I'rewitt, R. V. D. I'lione 3HC-- PRICE 25 good Twenty two good stock heifers and steers for sale, at my farm at G, A. Swlnebroad. Hubble. Phone or Write for Samples and Prices Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand IFOR SALE; Yellow Drouth Frocf aeed corn. Large variety. Test guar anteed. $5.00 u bushel, I. 1'. Shephard. Taint Lick. Ky. Johnson County White, Yellow Dent, Morgan Yellow and other standard early maturing varieties. Tests made by Comity Agents and Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Germination ill) per cent or better. Owing to limited amount and shipping conditions, order at once, sending specific shipping instructions. Will ship when desired. White-Lea- d Tested seed oats mid all kinds of Held seeds for sale. Hudson. Hughes &. Famuli. FOR SALE-1- C dozen Barred I'lym-ot- h Rock eggs, 75c per setting of 15 eggs. Mis. Hogan Ballard. Bryantsville, l'hone 75. Early Indiana YelloV Seed Corn. Tested 7CJ per cent. $5. and $7,50 per Jacob II. White, bushel. R. 2 Taint Lick. Ky. FOR SALE A good Jack and young stud coming three years old, solid bay Will tell worth the and a good one. T. E. Foley, Hackly, Ky money. Single Comb Rhode Island Red eggs for ssle, from prize winning strain. 75 cts per setting. Phone 40-Mrs. E. W. I'erklni, Lancaster, Ky. 314 3t. Edinger & Company, Seed Dept. Louisville, Ky. Subscribe For The Central Record $1.00 ui Per Year. The Central Record, Thursday, April I I, 1918. IMPORTANT FACTORS IN GROWTH OF HOGS Problem of Exercise Is Difficult to Solve in Winter Good Plan Is Outlined. To trade at s store that can show you a full and complete line of all that is required to furnish a house from cellar to garret ever shown In this of the country, when you trade with us. The prices cannot he anything eliie but IUGIIT. Our equip-mefor making deliveries, Is the best In tl.o State. A purche nude here will he In jou' house within from une to two house lifter your order Is plven, If the distance does not exceed over 35 miles. MAKi: Ol'lt SIOItH A VISIT. You will enjoy It whether jou buy or not. IT IS A REAL PLEASURE You have choice and ilck of the Urgent and most Rheumatic Aches them out with Sloan's soothLtntmrnt, the quick-actining liniment that penetrates without rubbing and relieves the pain. Always have a bottle In the home for the aches and pains of rheumatism, gout, lumbago, strains ,sprains, still Joints anil all muvlc soreness. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. CAKKAKD C1KCU1T COUHT, K. H. Uurke, et al. VS. Drie irt ielect slock of house furnishings rttl boiiW, it ; Plaintiffs, Z Wa It wilt pay you to visit our Rug Oepartment and Just see for yourself what wc hnve to oiler in the way of W e are showing a Kurs. wonderful bg line of Walte tirai Hugs this season specially designed to take the place of Ilrusselt, Axminstera and Velvets which have been forced to a very high mark due to the war. Our Walte Urns Kugs are beautiful in pattern attractive and artistically figured, in a very beautiful Tan, Ilrown, Green and Blue pattern. I'rices quoted are unusually low. l!7x&4 Walte Urass Hugs, $1 35 " " 2 00 36x"i " 61x90 I Exercise Is one of the most Important factors In the growth of hogs. Hogs Hint lire confined In n small lot do not develop snWclent stretch anil frame, point nut liny Onti'nood, Instructor In nnlmnt husbandry In the Agricultural college. 'The problem of exercise," said Mr. Sunday with Mrs. Ilelle Tmnllnson anil Gntewnod, "Is more difficult to solve family. In w Inter than In any other season of Mr and Mrr. II. I.. Elder, of Nich- - the yenr due In the fact that hogs olasvllle, and Mr. James llryant, who should lie kept off the pasture for the good of the pasture. is In the U, S. Navy, now with headbe prolded by "HxcrrlKP quarters, nt Halifax, Nova Scotia. allowing Ihe enn best range on a field hog free were the guests Sunday of Mr. and which Is fenced hog tight and which Mrs. J. Hogan Mallard. has not been plunted to liny crop. Stalk Mr. H. M. Moss and family moved fields In which cattle ore running make hogs. last Monday to Crab Orchard. Mr. n desirable place for stuck hogs are likely to remain In Moss had lived here a number of j ears In the winter and it Is with much regret that we their shells too much some distance from give up the estimable family. Mr Mo.s they should feed sleeping quarters. This forces their sold his farm here last fall to Mr. Henthem to tnke a certain nnlnunt of ry Kuble, who will move to it at an early date. Mr. and Mrs. C. C Ilecker went to Thursday to attend the fun eral of his brother, Mr. John W Ilecker. who died quite suddenly on Tuesday. Mr. Ilecker was about 50 years of age. and is survived bv his widow. Mrs. Maggie Smith IJecker, and sev eral children, also brother, Mr. C. C. and sister. Mrs. A. K. KaulTman of Lexington. MULCH Tom llurke, et al, Delei dants. Pursuant tu a judgment rendered at Uie March Term. 11118. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the LVurt I lew door in Lancaster. Kentucky, at 11 o'cluck A. M. on MONDAY, APHIL 22, 1U18, 00 Cx'.t Walte Crass Hues $5 00. 8 CO i!xl2 8x10 Waite Crass Itugs $8.75 10 00. 9x12 " " " Ixington AS SOIL PROTECTION Sapp-Slat- on SUCCKSSOUS TO A. K. WIIKELKIl Furniture FUKNITUHE CO. The Co. Chief Value Is In Keeping Surface From Packing Under Weight of Snow or Heavy Rilns. Danville's Largest furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. DC KRYANTSVILLE regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. It. P. Swope was hostess at dinner Sunday to a number of friends, Miss Mavme Ue Ilallard was in Lex ington Wednesday to see "The Itam bier Itose." Mr. Welch Farley of Lexington, was over fur a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Oeane. Miss r rutins Toir.linson was the guest of Mrs. Charley Uobinson, at Iturgin last waek. Mr. U. C. Hose purchased 02 acres of land from Mr. Robert Hutchinson Jr. at $130 per acre. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Halcomli and Miss Mary Ilelle Halcomb spent Sun' day with relatives in Iturgin. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mis. Elizabeth llurgess and Mrs. Eliza II Uallard spent Tuesday in Lexington. RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Might now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound IkkIim. It need them to keep Old (ilorv triumphant and uniullird lis the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasize, as nothing else could do, the importarre of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It givra point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ullire, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless possession. When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to tlie fighting pitch, as i the case with everybody at limes. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R The mulch Is of vnlue chiefly In protecting the surface coll, keeping It from packing under the weight of snows or heavy packing ruln. The mulch nNo prevents heaving as n reSaturday morning about 1 o'clock. sult of thawing and freezing. It progeneral merchandise store of Mr. J. S tects the crowns and roots, adds fertility and sometimes retards budding Skinner, at Marcellus, was- - destroyed out In the spring. This may he debv tire. Tim store room and entire sirable when there are late frosts. stock of goods, also barn, 3 horses, a number of hegs, corn and hay, also Mr. Naming of Plcadilly. Skinners Overland roadster, were PIcndllly. made familiar to most burned. The origin of the fire, is not Americans by "Tlpperary," Is believed known, but it started in the barn and to hnve got Its nnme from plckndelles as the wind was blowing in the direct- or plcadllllos, n ariety of turnover ion of the store and in a short while it collar. A tailor named Hlgglns, who was entirely demolished. Mr. Skinner had made n fortune selling these nrtl-tie- s of npparel, built n home In that had only $1600 Insurance, while the loss is etimated about $10,000. The particular part of London In lfiSO nnd entire community deeply sympathize called It Plcnililla hall, hence the name PIcndllly. witli Mr. Skinner in his loss. Our Neighbors. Charles Lamb was one day criticizing n neighbor rnther severely when his listener Interposed with n protest that the Judgment was mistaken, and Hint the critic did not really know the man. "But I don't want to know him," said Lamb. "I might get to like him." That Is what might happen In a good many cases when we stand off nnd condemn. The faults are not Ihe only qualities our neighbor We might get to like him If we took the trouble to get acquainted. BRACE UP! ILetfnlly gunrnnteetl to satisfy you. or mcney buck If jou'll do that, ou will not experience the discomfiture Do you feel old before your time? Is your back bent and stiff? Do you suffer urinary disorders? Don't despair profit by Lancaster experiences. Lancaster people recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's a Lancaster of being sent back horn? for I sck of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. ells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for fthe stoT.arh. liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWIIOY LINIMENT, for all Tains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c ami 50c bottVs. resident's statement. Mrs. J. W. I'umphrey, Danville St, Little Miss Katherlne Oeane, who saysT1 "I suffered with my back and has been quite sick for several days, couldn't sleep well at night on account suffering with pneumonia is improving, Mr. O, II. Hose went to Louisville Monday to consult a specialist. He was accompanied by his son. Dr. II. C. Hose. Mr. Walter Arnold bought the farm of Mr I'orter Warren near here a few days ago containing 50 acres for $175 per acre. Mr. Albert Skinner and daughter, Miss Jennie Skinner, ot Mercer, spent inenliuntd in the pleadings and described as follows: In Carrard County. Kentucky, beginning at a point in the intersection of I'ifher's Kurd ltoiid and Tanyaid Hoad N li E 28.03 chums to n Jioitit In middle of same and corner to Win, Swope: thence with last named aloi.g edge of passway N b W passing h double wiid cherry at 1.03 chains, in all 2.1 "7 chains to a point S feet north of the middle of said passway, corner to said Win, Swope; thence leaving the pasMvay and still with said Swope N 5 K 7 chains S t9 W 10 chains S K'i W 10 chains N X31 W 38.10 chains to u alone g teel west of a sugar tree standing at soutli edge of passway (old call a hickory slump) said stone a corner to said Swoie and A. K. Sarders; thence with Sanders along south edge of pass-waS 89 W 18 27 chains to a stone at south edge of passway In line to Sanders and It. k. Swope; thence with last named S 2 W 17.14 chains In a point f. feet northwest of a matked black walnut. S 8lj E 18.40 chains to a point on east side of a branch (old call a dnub'e sugar tree) thence S 19 E 4.W) chains to a stone on the bluff, S 41J E 18.70 chains to stone at the mouth of lane, S 3 W 15.39 chains to a large poplar snag, in line to said Swope and corner to K. I. Hurton; thence with Uurton S Bfij E 2fi,52 chains to a large oak N 271 E 32 SG chains to n stone. S 83 E 14.14 chains to the beginning, containing 324.42 acres. Iieing the same tract of land that was conveyed to A. J. Burke bv H. W, Dunn, and others, by deed dated Oct. 3, 1892. and recorded In Deed Book 11, pag 628. Garrard countv, Kentucky. Clerk's office, and inherited by E. II Burke, the widow, and the other plaintiffs and defendanis herein, children and grand children from the said A. J. Burke, deceased. The purpose of Ihe sale herein Is to divide the proceeds arising from the sale of the property among the joint owners as their Interest may appear, after the payment of the cost of the save. TERMS. (The sale will be mrde on a credit of six ant1 twelve months and the purchaser will be rrquired to execute bonds with approved security for th purchase price, said bonds bearing six ler cent interest trem date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue payable lo W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Cocrt, and a lien will be reserved upon the ty sold until the purchase money fimpel s paid. W. II. BKOWN. M. C. G. C. C. J; E. Robinson, Att'y for Plffs. it being the first day of the Uarraid County Court term, th leal estate STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. KY. of the terrible aching. My hack was so painful and weak, I couldn't get up and do any housework at all. I was told of Doan' Kidney Pills and got a box. They gave me great relief from the very first." 'Statement given March LV. 190S). STILL PHAISES DOAN'S. kttU W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Dakoto Jack-White-Mo- 372l 31 West Broadway. LOUISVILLE. 1 c 3C Oie Policy of "THE HOME OF NEW YORK" recommends another "The Largest Fire Insurance Company in America" On November 18. 1916. Mrs. I'um phrey said; "I still recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for they ate the best kidney medicine I have ever used. I have had little kidney trouble for some time, but when I have needed a kidney medicine, I have used Doan's Kidney Pills and have been relieved." Foster-Milbur- n GOc, at all dealers. , Co., Mfgrs.. liuffalo, N. Y Residence Phone 33. I The Home Home Office: No. SG Cedar Street New York SECURITIES Statement ELBRIDGE G. SNOW, President RESOURCES INVESTED IN AMERICAN One Hundred and Twenty-Nint- PRICES SOAR Enter contract now for your buildings for the year arid 8 h Scnti-Annu- al January, 1918 $44,048,031.58 CASH ASSETS CASH CAPITA! LIABILITIES 13.00U50.58 NET SURPLUS OVER LIABILITIES Surplus as regards Policyholders, $10,001,250.58 FIRE AND ALLIED BRANCHES OF INSURANCE Fire, Lightning. Automobile, Explosion, Hail, Marine (Inland and Ocean), Parcel Post, IYoflts and Commissions, Registered Mail, Rents. Sprinkler Leakage, Tourists' Baggage, Use and Occupancy .Windstorm, Full War Cover ,MT SAVE 25 FARM PROPERTY AND CROP DAMAGE INSURANCE A SPECIALTY WESTERN FARM DEPARTMENT: Chicago, III. Lesch & Cornell, Managers AGENTS IN CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND ITS POSSESSIONS AND IN CANADA per cent or more. Believe us. STRENGTH SIXTY-FIV- REPUTATION SERVICE YEARS OF FAIR DEALING WITH POLICYHOLDERS LOSSES PAID SINCE ORGANIZATION OVER $187,000,000 PROMPT ADJUSTMENT AND PAYMENT' OF LOSSES E Hervey & Woods 1 Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday. April II 1918. HUN HORRQWS. Described By Eyewitness. . The New Spring Wirthmors are H?re and Still Priced at Just Si.00 It's a Habit of Thrift to buy Dr. Newell Dwfght lllllls'. noted nnd lecturfr, enme te clergyman SUmp Perforation. f stnmps was first The perforation rominrnmt In I'nclnnd In 1ST.T, fur receipt nml draft stumps, nnd for post-ng- i i tniniN In 1SSI. Prior to Hint' lie; rlod stamp wire separated by mentis or n knife or similar-mean- s of scissors pml la wine case those who required many resorted to the ue tit n roulette. n lilllll OL eoRH lieel mhuII IhMwcoIi the ntmi'.px. , I Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs iFor Fall Planting n'lintlnK- fr full i,, . . $2.00 wurtli of Imril.v (Wettinati Tuesday to tell the Chfi an i tutsrs what he w of tJfMR war atrocli. Br. HIHIe Mid he had phetowraph work chOWinc the'merittcs f the in in .UNnsniei tirrK fttttr. .Wn: : ill) iiimiou n Krie. of mm cut. uUnli I'OStrAII) .i ' lllUlll foroHv nml w.u-- whu titpUnl, ' i to pUnt. hnw to plmit Gunrantccd to fit perfectly and give en- , k Ttta Things Worth Having. "rowing Mmit nre liealthfiil In two hnj. n W" ftveti' Me Worthmor Dollar Waists tire satisfac , Hon. now model in tin- - Wirllimor BUmo In As fast a the cxpres could bring ' . fuetnrv Thev'r NEW ami CORRECT in Hyk M us from the great newV.'irthrnor a Wirthmor Wnists always are. aim they possiss tlie same high ntnnsUird of iiMllty,- hns nmile them the tnvnrlt of thinking, thrifty. pHWietit unvnniim stnndnrd women throughout nn entire nation. tln-tp- ihn tlt A Collection of Remerksblc 71 . Values in . n .", -- n The Suits These spring models will impiefs you, first of nil. tiiih their simplicity nnd gentility. They ore developed in serge, gaberdine. Foirel twill. Itric- mine, velour checks, in nil the desired colorings. The Coa(s splendid variety of nlluiitifj new models is ready for y6ur fy'ew Empire, belted and swished models ore .hov;n. featuring A inspection, fine qtnlj ity sjUertone. ord triccitur. (it ( j i!h l'nd throughout. (f- t- 1 V Diekerson, Lancaster, Ky. IWINT KICK ' of to the str. Seomd, the are eridenct f untluibb of moist ore from the foltace and from "Pie-rat- a Is one of Hie Itif pneeHS (tower Uwmnin otTucitiet," he mid. of iBitnfclid women an nu- - best wajnt t preyent the harmful dry-fout nf sir srHtlrlelly warmed. Yon csn't liar' tii nuHir iitants or too many The lit of B ir! weifflu aethlng cuiMrm In the .. The umifiRM.: .leretiy rivVi Ctiiit Crnoafi utdketn ciepmved Intf to all ' rin n t te lrsia' ",,:' I wfll fire jraw um example i jMi. any purine what,' r an ottr lands nrermslten. by aT'Cenwii efficiency, ammh It ras nt a Mluilti:-arelab In n we will prosattwte all aaTsndars t ftit itm devil bbBMtf. T. tMu ttHtmry town. Th iirmldent of law. Hunters ani fetMd in the diunea ef German ot- - the etali, .h ymrng Iswyer, win tivtnir (at esUint of ' Prehermen wtmeM'lT lain notice . cites. Ills Tteiri on the Bhnki inenr,-rtae1'Ji.ii IU A N B lrwa ' "The Aefebart cf lriM iltu-- ' ootrreTy, nml clw.il hl nrsument J. C Rnrsliy. 8 (.". a eoatainn tfeU eirfpt; 'Oar tiros: "I feel sure 7eir the a lawyer. Mrs. Kitims Kinriiibatllsm. soMera nm m axelted'b are Utte JCo Hays, leauw he Wade Walker. It. I. Arnold ewawoo have Taday we destroyed tlrem." A awn mnld woman, written I Mrs. J. M. wid beast. Mid little eatrb-- James White Sfrlwifo. wltii tbwjt ImUIc; iv ld eye, 'etjbt hooteir. Hiteusty, "Are Walter Humphrey K. I. Ilark-vtT netted tvro men with tlielr ber- - Hun mi !ft4hl iirtenmmon men Init law- - John Talwm. anil n girl of 18. wftoa jenJ" JudRe. We will aid nthir nxmes fori.' rente ' "The little one alntett unnerved ' jJ,-- o innocent vn her eaproeeion" Avcraac Accldsnts. "Krom another tlinrjr you read Women are always the Itrtt to he ' tftls (iernian eoldier'a statement. 'I callwl tijion nherever and nheuever an i taw the dead body of n young Krl ncclilent occur". The mimc man Is Indeed, only too Rlsd In do ntvat he" nailed to tlie outside door of n know wliat to do. by her hand. She wm about can, Imt ho Hi.- Nine tin e out "i .'.) help he It or 15 years old." can render Is to rush to n telephone ' "In retreating from Jlslines eiirht' nnd call n doctor or matiulnnre to the Now is the time to plant your soldiers were jicrtio, nnd ho vrtelnly desorrttntlie drunken German Orchard. Lawn and (Innlen. wnrclilni: thru the streets. A little highest prole for uch mmmenibhle large descriptive catalog of ehlW about two years old toddled work, hut the nvifMi- - Monmn has II In Our nt such n time. reliable out nnd n roldler Ttuck" the child hfr'to heli on his bayonet and thus carried it Trwos nuny while his comrades sang. De Fair With Children. Do not keen a I .i 'f yoar rlilldrcn'i "Another time tho Uemwr.s rut faults constantly "'GrJDe. off both hands of a boy IC years old. nnt.fmiwonMI-hnr.pyandattlH-'- hefore y(m. and do ' At the inquest affidavits were taken Oit I oKUo. Oeetl rO-p- y. make thr' little ones tmjv from 2S witnesses who saw the boy elahoratp upon their fnlllnss before tatOeS, StraVVburriGJi. before he Hied." tiiiHimnj. ,iii in. oilier nnnti, u you etc , is free upon inniiiry Dr. Illllii, as a member of the 'imt "lieuk nf the day" eventn. implrl-rtt- r r special commission sent to, France N Agl aood ileed'a. tell of the Bidon- - V rue for free Culnlottuo hnura. and ' to iarettcate Teuton horrors, pMh dlil work done dnrlnK admit In the rlsht spirit that these ered first hand data that authoritaI.F.Hillcnmeycr & Sr.r vo of the iHtasehold tively the "cloven hoaf" of small memlN-ryou many nrearr tepj. ' Lexilidtoiu- - Kemtnrkv the brchc. prit( "Phttonrphu of the botiier k' -"" " 7 "TCIiy tin- - tuiiits of jierwrns In the liwww, nml ytvc off pun- - oxyuni SINGER, THE FLORIST nuutE, r, IIARRODSBIJRG.-K- Y. n POST ' Vi tr ItiKr-l'- i 1 r ! th. cot-tu- ' ilm-sn- 't i u-- I imti-tinll- . Fruitnnd Shade Small Fruits, Shtubs. Evergreens. ami-tim- e t lhi-l- s I This Is That Wonderful Medicine : LAND TO RENT BY MASTER Mr- - lirown nf Lan.mter witcJ her COMMISSIONER' ut duiihter. Mra. Dave Heivey tbe week. GAHRAKD CIKCUIT COUKT. Mra H K. Stone and children of I'laintifTs. Richmond, vitlltii relatives- - here the Geo. R. A'ikirson, tt al, VS. ' Thos. Aclki.uon. et al. Deft:. J1IjShJI RaNton of GeorRetown Pursuant to an order ol tho Garrard week-en- d with the Circuit Court in the above styled cut C.illeae spent the the undermined Mailer Commiiniontr bomefolks. of 11 Uourt will on Misses Moe Smith and Viola Cayluxd SATURDAY, APRIL. 13, 1918. of Ilerea were recent Kuesta of Misa "Jfu"1- rent ! Mflri Door in Lancaster. Kentucky, to the highest and bent bidder lor the Tested White and Tested Yellow balance of tha vear 1918. tha folluwinc Located in Garrard Seed corn. land: County. Kentucky, on Lick Lor llianch ' Hudson. Hughes & Farnnu. and bounded on tlie nuitli by the lands ot K. V. Jonei; on trje east by the The monthly meeting of the W. C. lands of Jaa, La) tin heirr; on the T. U. was held at the home of Mr. F. south by the lands of Jamea Lavtona II. Smith on Friday afternoon. heirs; on tha west by the lands of Then Swurlock of Shelby- Miss I.ucretia Cotton, nnd contains about lu acres Ueinu the Ian I I'eionuinK t ti.o late ville wan the iiuent of her sister. Mra. Alva Adiinson U M Hurgesn, Saturday and Sunday. The renter of said land will he recurity. paired to cive bind with irood Rev L. N. Howling filled his regulsr payable lo saU Coinmisslnner, and appointment at tit- - Christian church tdx tier cent from drawini; interest at Sunday morning and Hev. J R. Moormaturity, due January 1, 1919. W. II. IIUOWN. M. C. G. C. C. man of Lancaster apoke in the evening to a large audience In the interest of II. C. KaufTman, Atty for PIITs. the "Men and Millions Movement". Mu.v Stained Glass. In ninlilnc stained shis windows. every bit cf the work Is done by hand, - lo r.nnzi. nm, ,t , mny (lln(,s ,!un sass ImIt ,e imn. died. An operator tells of coiintlns up one day and hndlna that no letoi """ '- - "mes were necessary, .ui tho lead work Is done by linnd, too. pyt,n thB op,.mDij of ,m. ttH fcn,u into ,ch tne Bia,s , fasU-nci- told you we had gone after and Secured Exclusive Sate for in This Section. the VV To! ,,,- iv picture Vin thaws the exact Use of the laillle containing Hepatic, prescription which we told you lust week we i ' Tree Lnre. i The reaon moit trees lean tnwnrd the nnrthwoft, Kays an old tree trim mer. Is because In the cummer our nre from tho sonthpnt t the ground then Is soft nnd the trees being In full leaf, the wind tilts them toward the nortloveat. In the winter the northern winds do not have this effect on the treon because they ore "ennded of leaves and the ground Is frozen or hnrH medicine we stand had secured tu exclusive agency for, back of because it i a real maJlcine prepirl In one of the finest medical laboratories in the U.uted States. We know what It is know what it is made of. It is a combination of eight medicines extracted from the medical roots, lieibs ami berries of the woods and fields, whose healing and tunio properties have been emplo)e for centuries by the medical profession for kidney, liver and stomach troubles, nervousness, sleeplessness, loss of sppitite and 'run down condition.. WHAT OTIIKRS SAY j Stewart, of Irving Apts., Nashville, Tenn., says; "Vin Ilrputica has done wonders for me and I want to tecommrnd it to everyone suffering as I did from' loss of sleep and appetite, Misa Ora HUNTERS TAKE This Ag'reement In order to NOTICE Witnesseth; That protect the game on our ands for a period of three years we tiLm m fa vjji ' 0J5- A mm mm ' " tired out feeling, aluggishness of liver, elc. Mr. Claud M. Marshall, tanner, Davidson Co.. Telin , just out of Nashville, says, "If nnyone ever was In a bad tlx, I was, until 1 took Vin Htpaticn. Work on the farm is very hard and the hours are long and while 1 had plenty to eat. the more 1 ate til worse I got I would easily run out of breath. Vin Ilepi.tica has enabled me lu do my work with ease ami pleasure and I can nuw eat anything I want." TAKE GOOD CARE'OF MANURE Estimates Worked on Basis of Tonnage Fed Vary Greatly, Because of Methods of Handling. Manure Incrensea crop yields. The leas the rainfall the more Important the implication of manure becomes. The higher priced the crops are the greater the returns of the manure. The manure adds plant food nnd organic matter to the soil which Is of more Imiairtance than It nt first seeing as the plant can get olong with Ies moist- ' uru when the soli Is well supplied with available plant food such as manure I furnishes as It decays. PROTECTING I I Plusnbing HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- PAIRING. Ventilating andall kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will L.3 Damage by Weevil Overcome by Use Lime or Liquid d of Carbon Bisulphide. PEAS IN STORE v P.B. WILLIAMS Tho difficulty of keeping seed pea" free of weevil damage Is overcome In a simple manner by storing them In lime at the rate of one part of the lime to two parts of ieas by weight Liquid carbon bisulphide will keep tbe seed If It be dipped for a few minutes la It, but the full benefit of the liquid seems to depend upon the percentage ot moisture lu tbe seed at tbe time ot dipping. bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do ao, and we ' further agree to prosecute with dili- -' gence all persons who violate the game i laws ni Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana ! we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of earning out thja agreement Kxcept ei.ch of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some respouible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This Nuverdier 15th, 11115. 2. I. Klkln. J. K. Robinson, I no. M. Farra. W. II. Hrown, IV. II. Uurtoo, Alex Walker, llaselden Kros., T. A. Klkln. F. M. Tinder. J. II. Daltnn. Ugsn Hubble, John II. Smith, G. .1. N. Ross, II. 11, Cox, Fisher Herring, J, W, Sweeney, Hughes Ilros, W. M. Mahan, Withers Kros. Willhm. Marcus and Jim While, II. F. Wllmot, J. D. Pope, Mrs. David Chenault, Frid J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J, V. Bhrtbre, Huffman Bros,. T. C. Rankin, Win. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. 11. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry. Bright Herring. A. D Ilrudshaw, Scott Huifuinr It. L. Darker. Win. and Lizzie Onttott, 1 ton ic !j 'mmmm li r EH' . LOjiifi ii ! SPLENDID m.S mm Ha mm mm George W. Kline, railroad conductor of Chester, writes: "For a long time 1 was a very sick man 1 hail gastritis, nervous indigestion, was constipated, had no appetite, could not sleep, felt dead tired all tha lime. Vin Ilepaticatenefitted me from 1ha very first dose. Now 1 feel better than I have felt for years." Itev G R, Hsrris.-Rout- e 11, West Nashville. 00 years mini.'er of the gospel and four )eara Vetersn, slalea, "I had gone down In my entire system; had stilTeniug and soreness of the Joints, hardly able to work at all I look Vin Hep. atlo and am now doing a good day's work for a man of my age. Can heartily recommend Vin Deputies na a wonderful medicine and Universal Kystem Purifier. It has brought me back to health again." . ' liptcT.ioNsroRUSE-pstPsirci io w I ; BO I Vir Hepatic cuiTtic omv ir AW a Co. II Hns! Li B a3ySygiy'-y- L. F. Sweeney, well known West Nashville trav. ntlng man, writes. "Vin Hepatka cured me of in. digestion, swimming In the head, bloating, etc., 1 am now as fit as a fiddle, sleep as soundly as a b:itiv and can eat anything." G. M Spencer, well known contractor and paint-1'- r, of 018 Commerce St., Nashville, sets, "I had sluggisli feeling all the time: was' languid. Soma, times my baek itemed like it would break in two. What Vin lleimtlca has done for me la nothing short of marve'ous There is health in every drop. Mr Alma Norman. 25th and West End Ave., Nashville, arid that she was on the verge of nerv-nu- s prostration and the slightest noise would scare her almost out nf her wits, She says elfect of Vin lUuatlca in her case la almost msglral. "I am rnmnlalulv recovered. Thank goodness for the dsy Vin Hspatica was brought to my attention." In and let us tell you more about this truly Come wonderful medicine It msy be just the thing vou nfd for yuur trouble. tt maty R. E. McKoberts Lancaster, Ky.