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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 18, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918041801_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 18, 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 YRAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 18. 1918. NUMBER S. pF1EH CORN "OVER THE TOP" WENT GARRARD CUTTING CUL-TIPACKER- PLANTERS. ,0N THE FIRST DAY OF THE THIRD LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE The first day of the THIRD L1IIKRTV LOAN drive took place yes-- 1 In n whoop. This tells the tale In a few (words. Tho well organized committees, under the leadership of Chairman ' il. F Hudson, the county was pretty well covered during the day, yet as we KO to press this morning subscriptions nrc still pouring in, with many jet to he seen While the complete returns have not yet teen tabulated are safe In saying that approximately $180,000 in subicriptlons have iilrendy been secured and may reach $200,000 before the end of the week. The patriotism of the businiss houses of the county was thoroughly i demonstrated, when every one closed its doors during the entire day and ' few people rould be seen on the streets, as the county was being honey-- j combed from end to end with canvassers soliciting subscriptions and ob-- i talnlng them with Kttle effort upon the workers. I The government assessed our county,? 118,710, but urged us to go as Ugh above that amount as possible. The work will continue until May 4th, and give all that have not been seen an opportunity to show their colors by assisting in the loan with their money. I HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, MOWING S, tcrJny and she went "over the lop" MACHINE lc AND HAY RAKES. How would you like to save on your ims purchase besides getting a plement. It pays to see us about your wants. Our first-clas- are just wftat yon are looking for. BUGGIES Brothers. 3LJLJ LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAG 1 Have chicken for your Sunday dinner. Uncle Sam says you can eat chicken now. lluy it at the C. E. exchange Saturday April 20. Uncle Sam might have thought ha really had hurt the Dutchman's feel-Inwhen he took over those ships, if he hadn't seen the old fellow wink the off eve at the same time he let out that howl. Cole Hlease of South Carolina announces that he will be a candidate for the United States Senate. Probably figures on a fuel shortage next winter and calculates he could raise the temperature at Washington. Conn tK m IE LET'S WIN ONE FOR LANCASTER "Ciernin lied", said Clemenceau. 'truly, bervity is the soul of wit. Metier feed the boys over there now if wo don't want to feed the Germans, later on. The Hermans have captured Ham. Lot us hop It was picked clean to the bone when they got it. In regard to the demoralization of our aviation program, would it be right to characterize it as '"up in the air?" VEBYTHIN8 NEW. Mr. Hoover suspended the meatless day program, and the meat barons at once tacked 2 cents to the price. Per-hathev figured that we had u tidy nest-eg- g saved during the period of WITH abstinance. There isn't much gets by the packers. FULLY EQUIPPED. LINOTYPE INSTALLED WE ARE BETTER PRE- We have n complete line of Groceries, BRUSHES, PAINT PATENT MEDICINES, AND NOTIONS, THE FAMOUS STAR DRY GOODS BRAND SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. A NICE LINE OF WALL PAPER, STATIONERY. AGENT FOR THE DANVILLE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANINC CO. VISIT OUR ICE CREAM PARLOR. WE SELL GASOLINE! L. T. KIRK, W Bf PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. ' I I ma xju rat Muaj.it lvt wuhvi it rat rat m mm mm m &a m m ij. - THE - "Whip THE "ONE BEST BET" OF THE 1918 SHOW SEASON AT Romans OPERA HOUSE Tuesday, April 23rd. This is without doubt tho world's greatest motion picture. WITH SIX STARS AND SCORES OF THRILLS. Do Not Fail to see it. TRAIN WRECK ALONE COST $25,000 TO STAGE. CENTRAL RECORD office and see this machine in operation. metal is also heated 's run UJ' a sma" electricity, the "juice" being furnished by Bastin Brothers, owners of the best electric light and power plant in Central Kentucky. We are indebted to the company for the efficient service of the Ileal bstste Man. If You can't Fight, Head the Mr. Ernest O. Tungate, in the valuable assistance he gr.ve us, in this issue. Your Money Can-B- uy being an expert operator himself and a very courteous gena Bond. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. tleman indeed. Thole women and children killed and Douglas Fairbanks, a general favorWith our large and growing family of readers v; mangled In that Paris church by the ite movie actor, who has been travelany been brought to feel the Linotype is a positive necessity big German gun were merely another ing from California eastward, and stop newspaper which claims to be at all modern and acceptable sacrifice to Gott. ping at many large cities In using his inasmuch as it will allow us to greatly increase the amount of That Missouri hog that coughed up fame and talent in the interest of the home news each week and give better service to our advertisdollar uoii being kicked was u mlsehlef Liberty Loan. He was in Louisville maker In his tiibe. Ever) body will be one day last week where he made a ers. visit to every movie theatre making kickin my hog aroun' " now. The illustration shown herewith gives but a faint idea of speeches and helping to sell Liberty While the Linotype is called a typeThe Sunday School of Forks of Dix Bonds. Every one that purchased a this wonderful machine. Kiver church will observe their mis bond at the time was presented with a setting machine, it is really a composing machine, nml today is sionary nroeram at ti m. Anril l picture of this famous actor whose standard everywhere. It is a machine operated by finger keys, presence and enthusiasm was an In like a typewriter, which operation assembles a line of matrices The public is cordially invited. spiration to the cause. from which matter is composed. Instead of producing single A Colorado man Had his patched up with a rib. Hut this Isn't type characters, it casts bars, or slugs, from hot metal, each CONCRETE SHIPS. the first instance in which a rib was complete in one piece and having on the upper edge the used to perfect n talking machine. The exiieriment of constructing con characters properly justified to print a line. The members of that German linn crete shops seems to be a success since Prior to the advent of the Linotype a number of mechanimanufactuilng aviators' goggles, who the launching in California of the one cal contrivances were brought out for setting type by machrecently constructed and called 'Faith productd glasses that reduced vision by fifteen per cent, should be made to look The Picsident highly approves the inery, most of which turned out to be utter failures while a few plan to appropriate $30,000,000 for this were perfected up to n point where type could be set but the through bars. purjiose and if they do not meet with A draft on the pool rooms of the cit- opposition $15,000,000 will be available cost was found to be entirely too expensive. ies ou'lit to round up many a good at once fur this new wurk. It is nut The Linotype is controlled and operated by one operator marksman whose time could be better yet kwmn what elfect the sea water who produces the finished slug ready for the press. It does employed in projecting lead balls than will have on the concrete or in what away with worn out type and assures our readers of clear, in rolling ivory. manner they will withstand shock but new type each issue. Olll" Snil f!nrn lin nrrivml should these questionable points be satufactorily answered concrete ships Printing the Central Record "The Linotype Way" means and vu ask all who have same on account of their quick construction bought from us to call at once and being able to be built at any place a bigger, a better and more newsy Record each week and assures our family of readers of our genuine appreciation of and get it. where the water is deep enough to Hudson, Hushes & Farnau. launch them, will go far toward solving past support and our endeavor to meet future approval by publishing a newspaper which will give further and wider pubThe defeat of the entire Thompson Hi shipping problem, licity to Garrard County and its propcrou people. ticket in Chicago would argue that Uig Hill limit be content to serve the kaiser WONDERFMDTHRILLING More good news of interest to every one in the county will in a more humble sphere than the Picture at Romans Opera House Next be the result and in this the Record looks for an increased United Stutea Senate, number of readers each week to show an appreciation of our Tuesday Niglt. Tint farmer who is unwilling to raist elTorts. The amount of work which can be done on the Lino$2.'. wheat should utU himself the Manogsr Homans of the Lancaster type is practically unlimited, and as our machine is now in question if he is willing to exchange Opera house, phoned us from Cincinplaces with Ilia boy who is facing Ger- nati yesterday morning that he had stalled we arc much better prepared to handle book work, law man bullets for $30.00 a month. just closed a contract for that wonder- briefs, pamplets, price lists, sale bills and nil sorts and kinds "THE of job printing. It is said Germany is discussing a ful and thrilling picture, Also on our new Linotype we are in a position to handle plan to insure women against spinster- - WHIP", which is now playing at tho hood. Aj Germans are experts at it Mary Anderson Theater In Louisville, all classes of composition, including newspaper, pamphlet, for one night in Lancaster, the date venting substitutes, pel haps they can In fact, we will being next Tuesday night, April 23rd. booklet, folder and leaflet work with facility. Invent substitute for a man. Those who have been so fortunate as have n range on our machine similar to that of the city plants. If any one doubts the ability of the to ee."TIIE WHIP" pronouncejt the Send in your printing and let us prove we are now in n women of this country as fighters they supremo offering of filmdom. A bunch position to consider ourselves equipped to meet your every re reminded that just now these wom- of real favorites will star In this won, en are successfully prosecuting three derful picture, among them. Irving requirement. great wars; They are doing yeoman Cuinmlngs, Alma Hanlon, June Then too, the speed with which, work can be handled on the serv'ce In whipping the kaiser, are sucPaul McAllister and other pop- Linotype assures you we will deliver promptly "on time" and, cessfully prosecuting a war for political ular stars. One acenc alone, the train if you have any doubt as to our assertion, five Us an oppor recognition, and are whipping John wreck, cost $25,000 to produce. Don't tunity to show the ease with which a job can be turned out. llarleycorn to a standstill. fall to see it next Tuesday night. Diamonds are said to be cooler than The big Swinebroad sale is to come paste imitations. Hut thev usually produce the opposite elfect upon tin otr next Wednesday. April 2ith. This! promises to be the biggest thing In recipient. llindcnbuig can now plead, as his apology for breaking mat Paris date, that his royal master wouldn't let him. Plant seeds and grow bullets. Impossible, you say? Not at all. The great need of the allied forces on the LET US SHOW YOU. front todav is ample supplies of food. The need pf the allied nations is food. Without it the war would prove a fail ure, it matters not how many bullets With the installation of our new LINOTYPE machine, we mold and send across. Food and more food is the cry, and with it we we claim that we have the best equipped newspaper and job will maki effective the bullets. The Model Hun- office of any country town in Central Kentucky. gry soldiers can have no heart for 14 is the best machine that the Mergenthaler Linotype Comfighting, and ours must fight this war pany puts on the market and that is the machine we have. A to a finish. KAISE SOMETHING TO cordial invitation is extended all our readers to call at the EAT. PARED THAN EVER BEFORE FOR MORE BUSINESS. lipvTTiim Dill oALL NEXT WEEK. ' clectric-motor-and-t- te jaw-bon- e -- The Central Record, Thursday, April 18 1918. The rich man can spend only a relatively small sura of money unproduo tlvely or selfishly. The money that It Is In his power actually to waste Is exceedingly limited. The bulk of what he has must be spent and used for productive purposes. Just as would be No Extortion to Bo Tolerated, but the esse If It wcn spent by the with this difference, however, Liberal Disposition Toward I that, generally speaking, the Individual Business Needed. Is more painstaking nnd discriminating in the tie of his funds nnd at the same Shrinkage of Values Would Cur- time bolder, more Imaginative, enterprising and constructive than the gov tail Capacity to Provide ernment with Its necessarily bureauof War. Sinews cratic nnd routine regime possibly could be. Money In tho hands of the ' Conscription of Men, Conscription of Individual Is continuously and fever-- , Ishly on the search for opportunities Money," Analysed. L e., for creative and productl'e use. In the hands of the government it Is ' Oy OTTO H. KAHN. ' apt to lose a good deal of Us fructify-- ( Much Is being said about the plan-slbl- o Ing energy nnd ceaseless striving and sounding contention that be- to sink Instead Into placid and soni- cause a certain portion of the young , nolcnt repose. manhood of the nation has been conThere need not be nnd there should scripted, therefore money must also be not bo any conflict, between rroflts Why, that Is the very conscripted. and patriotism. I am utterly opposed thing the government has been doing. to those who would utilize their counIt has conscripted a portion a rela try's war as a means to enrich themtively small portion of the men of the selves. The "war profiteer," ns the nation It has conscripted a portion teltn Is generally understood. Is a pubn large portion of the Incomes of the lic nuisance and an Ignominy. Extornation. Capital and business pay more tionate profits m'ist not bo tolerated, than four-Qfth- s of our total war taxa-t'o- n but ou the other hand, there should bo directly and a large share of the a reasonably liberal disposition toward remaining fifth Indirectly. business nnd a willingness to see It If the government went too far In make substantial earnings. conscripting men th country wonld be for, taxation presupposes earnings. crippled. If It went too far In conOur credit structure Is based upon scripting Incomes and earnings the values, and values are largely detercountry would likewise be crippled. Shrinkage of mined by oarnlrgs. values necessarily affects our capacity Results of Conscription of Capital. I would ask those who would go to provldo the government with the further and conscript not only Incomes, sinews of war. but capital, to answer the riddle, not The Conscription of Men. only In what equitable and practicable Reverting now to the subject of the manner they would do It, but what the conscription af men, I know I speak nation would gain by It? the sentiment of all those beyond the It Is true that a few years ago a )ears of young manhood when I say capital levy was mode In Germany, but that there Is not one of us worthy of the percentage of that levy was so the name of a man who would not small as to actually amount to no more willingly go to fight If tho country than an additional Income tax and that needed or wanted us to fight. But the at a time when the regular Income tax country does not want or call Its enIn Germany was very moderate as tire manhood to fight. It docs not measured by the present standards of even call anywhere near Its entire Income taxation. young manhood. It has called or InOnly a trilling fraction of n man's tends to call In the Immediate future property Is held In cash. If they conperhaps S3 per cent, of Its men bescript a certain percentage of his pos- tween twenty and thirty years of age, sessions In stocks and bonds, what which means probably about 4 per would the government do with them? cent, of Its total male population of all Keep them? That would not answer ages. Dut It has called from Incomes, Its purpose, becnuse the government business profits and other Imposts fallwants cash, not securities. ing principally on the well to do, apSell them? Who Is to buy them when proximately ninety per cent, of our every one's funds would be depleted? war taxation, not to mention the conIf they conscript a certain percent- tributions to the Red Cross, the V. 51. age of a man's real estate or mine or C A. nnd other war relief activities. farm or factory, bow Is that to be exme add In passing that the chilpressed and converted Into cash? dren of the well to do have been taken Are conscripted nsscts to be used as for the war In proportionately greater a basis for the Issue of Federal Re-- 1 numbers than the children of the poor, serve bank notes? That would mean because those young men who are gross Inflation, with all Its attendant needed at borne to support dependents evils, dangers and deceptions. or to maintain essential war Industries Would they repudiate a percentage ! are exempted from the draft. of the national debt? Repudiation Is Our Laws Favor Sons of the Poor. no less dishonorable In a people than The draft exemption regulations dispenalty for In an Individual, and the criminate not, as In former wars, In failure to respect the sanctity of oblifavor of the rich man's son, but In gations is no different favor of the poor woman's son. The Thrifty Would Be Penalized. I realize but too well that the burden The fact Is that the government of the abnormally high cost of living, would gain nothing In the process of caused largely by the war, weighs heav. capital conscription and the country ' lly Indeed upon wage earners and still would be thrown Into chaos for the more upon men and women with modtime being. The man who has saved erate salaries. I yield to no one in my would be penalized, be who has wasted desire to see everything done that Is would bo favored. Thrift and construc- practicable to have that burden lighttive effort, resulting In the needful and ened. But excessive taxation on capifructifying accumulation of capital, tal will not accomplish that; on the would be arrested and lastingly dls-- , contrary, It will tend to Intensify the coiirsged. j trouble. I can understand the crude notion of , Taxation must be sonnd and wise the man whn would divide all posses- and scientific and cannot be laid In a sions equally, There would bo mighty haphazard way or on Impulse or no little coming to any one by such tllstrl-butto- cording to considerations of politics, and It Is, of course, an utterly otherwlso the whole country will suffer Impossible thing to do, but It Is on un- History has shown over nnd over again derstandable notion. But by the con-- 1 that tho laws of economics cannot be flscatlon of capital for government use defied with Impunity and that the reneither the government nor any Indi- sulting penalty falls upon all sections vidual would be benefited. and classes. A vigorously progressive Income tax The question of tho Individual Is not Is both economically and socially tho one that counts. Tho question Is sound. A capital tax Is wholly unsound not what sacrifices capital should and and economically destructive. would bo willing to hear If called upon, It may nevertheless become neces- but what taxes It 1 to the public adsary In the case of some of the belllger-- 1 vantage to Impose. cut countries to resort to this expedl-- t J do not say all this to plead for a cot, but I can conceive of no situation reduction of tho taxation on wealth or likely to arise which would make It In order to urge that no additional necessary or advisable In this country, taxes be Imposed on wealth It need be. More than ever would such a tax be There Is no limit to the burden which harmful In times of war and In time of stress nnd strain those reconstruction, when beyond al- must be willing to bear who can afford things It Is essential to It except only that limit which Is Im most all other production and promote posed by the consideration that tain-stimulate thrift, and when everything which tends tlon must not reach a point where tho ! to havo the opposite effect should be business activity of the country berigorously rejected as detrimental to comes crippled and Its economic cqul- -' the nation's strength and well-beinllbrlum Is thrown out of gear, because There Is an astonishing lot of hazy that would harm every element of the ! thinking on thesubject of the uses of commonwealth and diminish the war-- 1 capital In the hands of Its owners. making capacity of the nation. WAR PROFITEER PUBLIC NUISANCE GREAT 1 at hi Sill OF ON 10 v Ill I a Wednesday, April 24, 19 o'clock (by new time) The lanclconsists of 240 acres, fronting on the Danville and Lancaster pike, half way between Hubble and Heogeville; 6 miles . . v, ' 111 r)nnillo , R 111 v milfaQ from . anractor nnrl R miltic fmm Ltt n f vr U ' iiiaw high-clastate of cultivation, has been well This farm is in a taken" care of for 35 years and has the reputation of being the 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. fi-rm I J V V , -v .Qt-- o i 1 1 1 l I I J I i-H I ss V It IMPROVEMENTS: Splendid 6 room dwelling with halls, porches and cellar, large stock barn, cribs, and sold In several separate tracts, two tenant houses and other out buildings. The farm will be thus givingopportunltj to those wanting small farms and opportunity to the purchaser who may want It all. urM. possesion 0f any part or'all the farm at once, or any time from date of sale to January 1st, 1919, at the option of the purchaser. sub-divide- d HERE IS 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 ready right now ror heavy cultivation. Theterms will.be easy and on as long time as the purchaser may desire. DIININER SERVED. . The farm belongs to G. U. Swinebmad, nnd at the same time and place lie will sell several freh Jersey cons and regislercd bull calves, and G. A. Swincbrond will fell n let of stock, forming implements, consisting in part of 25 good slock yearling slcers, 22 jearling heifers, one pair of five year old mules, 15 'A hands; one pair 10 hand horse mules; I2U0 pound butcher sieer: 900 pound red cow; n lot of fnt hogs, stock gasoline engine; No. I) Ulizzard cutter, corn crusher, hay sinckcr, wagons; when! drill; hogs and sows ami pigsi2,'twc-hors- e hay rukes, plows, cnlth mors. etc.. also some household and kitchen furniture. For further particulars nnd Blue Prints inquire of SWINEBROA jw.. trie mt am sun s m tK3 ?I rtH?Sy UKWSB. " JJLC7t T. m. a ol a THE REAL ESTATE MAN OF LANCASTER, KY. WW B w mum wbb J What you want is quick relief, a mty j ear out remedy tnat has proven beneficial for millions. Trvityourwlf. fl gsolij Dyall druggists. P-ISSts 2 es-- Y for Coughs e Colds Dixit? BJiooi? Constipated? Dr.King s.N'ewLile 1'illscautea healthy flow o( Iiile and rid your Stomach and Bowels of waste and fermenting body poisons. They are a Tonic to your Stomach and Liver and tone the general system. First dose relieves. Get a bottle today. all druggists. Misses Mayme Sebastaln, Kmma and Mr. Hiram Itsy Katunlav night. Bid I.ulii Smith were guests Sunday of Mr. anil Mrs, A. C Mile", Sunday. ' Ml iHttie Long spent Sunday with Airs. Wulter Grow. Miss Ilu Hill. OverMr. and Mrs, Henley Whitttker and Mrs. V. H. Gulley Is atlhome after children spent Sunday with Mr. ard, Use Morseveral days stay in Hichmond. ". . , Mrs. Herbert Whlttaker. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were visit. Our Seed Corn has arrived or in Nicholas We last week. "Troubled about 10 years with and wo ask all who have same Mr, Chester Schooler was tho week-en- d i bought from us to cnll at once what the doctor called gall stones, often I thought 1 would die beforo guest of his sister, Mrs. Jasper and get it. the doctor could get here, when ho I Noel. Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnnu. would give me a hypodermic of morphine und advise nn operation. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were ' Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Kay are the A neighbor told me nbout Mnyr's guests last week nf Mr. and Mrs. A. C. proud parents of u baby girl, who ar- Wonderful Remedy for stomach Miles. rived April Cth, she has been christened trouble nnd since taking tho lirst Mr. Kile llrad'haw visited his grand, dose 2 years ago I have not had nn Alene, parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill re attack nor needed a hypodermic." Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and Miss I la It is n simple, harmless preperution centiy. Hill were In Danville Saturday to see that removes the cntnrrhul mucus Mr. Wllbert Itay of Newby visited Mrs. Nath llogie, who is there in the from the intestinal tract and ullays his patents Mr. and Mrs. Linzie Kav the inflammation which causes prachospital. recently. tically all stomach, liver und Inliev. D. F. Sebastain filled bis regu- testinal ailments, including appendispent tht weekMiss Louie Ilrown appointment here Ssturdsy and citis. One dose will convince or end with Miss Viola Triuble near lar Sunday and was the guest of Mr. a d money refunded. Hyatlivllle. BUCKEYE Lancaster Lady comes of phine. The Central Record, Thursday, April 18, 1918. CONTROL OF THE QYPSY MOTH Severity of Infestation Importsnt Factor In Determining Which Method Should. Do Used. (Prepared by the United fltatea Depart ment or Agriculture.; Oypsy moth In orchards enn bo controlled by n number nf method', the severity ot Infestntlon being on Important factor In which method should bo used. If only n few egg clusters are present In the orchard, early spraying, such an Is npplled for the codling moth after the blossom hnvo fallen, will bo found useful, providing the amount ot iiolson used Is Increased to ten iiounds to 100 gallon of water. If the Infestation Is more serious, n second spraying enrly In June, using n similar amount of poison, will bo found very satisfactory. In enses whero the Infiwtntlon Is severe It probubly will bo neceKsury to crenvito egg cluters In the winter and spray In the spring If the Insect Is In any case, thorto be rontrolled. oughness Is n prime essential It good results nra to bo secured. All poor or hollow trees should be removed, nnd If badly Infested woodland Is nearby the orchard trees should be banded with the sticky sale stnnce prelously mentioned or with Orchard In material. testation can be managed by following up these methods, and It will not require much additional expense or n great dent of extra work to protect the trees. In making this statement It Is assumed Hint the orchard Is being methods for cared for by protection from the codling moth und Injects and diseases, other Injurious and It Is Improbable that these results enn be brought nbout In neglected orchards nr where the owner do not practice the best horticultural methods In handling their growing trees. POOR COCKEREL IS HANDICAP 3 More Than 400 Farmers in Kentucky Alone Are ' Planting My ED CORN Meal'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 heavy.producing, 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-cropping, early-maturing. Cut the high cost of living by savin? your old furniture, and renin, it with Hanna's Lustro-Finis- h will make it look bright and new. It will not only mean economy in saving you the price of new furniture, but the results will also delight you. Lustro-Finish Used in thousands of the best homes. Fine for floors nnd woodwork, and for touching up wooden bric-a-br- Try it yourself. Sold Uy Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky. 13bOODl;D!STOCK "American Chester" 6860. COMIII.NKt) HOUSE Red sorrel, 'four while feet, 15.3 hind,, four years old anil absolutely sound. Sired by Chester Chief 112'.), lie by Chester Dare 10. Dam American Mm J 120N3.. Iy American Eagle &I3I, he by Hex Squirrel 2nd, 2D53. This horse possesses the style of the Chester Dare family, with good bone and abort back ami an attractive looking horse. class Jack five years ol.l. standard color, black with wliite point, C0l head, neck nnd oar. large foot and bone with good length and bitiad breait ed. Thl Jack Is a prompt performer ar.d a aure breeder, and fires a high class type nf mule ot uniform size. This Mock it young, freli and ready. They will make the season of'1318 at my stable six miles from Lin 'aster and three miles from Ilryantaville near the Lexington pike on the Rout Ian below fie rork church at Markabury at A Not Only Should Male Bird Be Purebred, but He Should Be From Strain of Producers, The poor cockerel Is a great handicap to progressive poultry raising. Not all poor cockerels are mongrels; there are many iioor birds among the recogAn effort should be nized breeds. made to get the best to head the Mock. Not only should the cockerel bo purebred, but he should be from a strain of producers. hlh "MAJOR HEARNE" Here is Neal's Paymaster's 1017 Record. Highest 1917 record for Maury, my home county-H22J- 4 bushels, made by Mr. Will Calvert. On n number of other farms, the average was upwards ol 100 bushels. Mr. Hill McKibbon, on n large field, averaged 00 bushels. The seed corn I am offering you Is all from the Calvert and McKibbon farms. t 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. only about 1,000 bushels of this incomparable, tested Seed Corn left that I can sell to Kentueky Farmers. I have COMMISSIONER'S The Old Price of t $10.00 Each to Insure a LivlngJColt llryantsvilte l'hone 47-- Lien retained on colt until aeason is pild. SALE OFJAND. GARRARO CIHCU1T COURT, Mollie Carrier, et al, Plaintiffs, Glass Carrier, et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March term, 1918. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auc tion before the uourt Mouse door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m., on MONDAY, APRIL 22nd. 1918 It being the first day ot the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned In the pleadings and described as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Dix Kiver and bounded as follows: Keginning at a point in the spring branch, known at the Uright Spring llranch, a corner to Nathan Noo'a part of the whole tract bought from 1. M. Dunn; thence along and with the top and the meanders of the cliir of Dix Kiver, up the asme. N 77J W. 3.40 poles; thence N 9 W 10 poles N 54J W 32 poles N 3G W 8 poles N 53 W 28 wles N 45 W 8 poles N 68, W 32 poles, N 714 W 28.2 poles to a stake two poles S 41 E from two marked elders, said sttke a corner in fine to It. M. Hcbinson; thence hit line S 41 J K 205,3 poles to a stake near and southeast of an old gate, corner to said Robinson: thence 8 47 E 14GJ poles to the middle of the countv road leading to Fishers road; corner to said Kobinson. the two foregoing lines running with a partnership fence; thence with E 1G the middle of said road N 41 feet; thence leaving the road and running back parallel with Robinson's line N 47 W. 87 poles to a stake near the east gate pott at a gate, said stake is 1G feet from Ilobinson'a line and is corner to Nathan Noe; thence with his lino N 44J E 44.90 poles to a stake, corner to mime, N 48J W 70 poles to a stake, corner to same, N3CJ W 21. GO polea to the end of a stone fence, corner to same, N 42J W 15 poles with the stone fence to the middle of the spring branch, corner to same; thence down and with said branch N 41 W 1I),H1 poles to tho beginning, containing ?J acres. To which is added the clltf land bordering along the foregoing described tract of land running from the corner of the spring branch and down the same to Dix Kiver and up said river to I!. M. Itobinson's corner and thence with his line to the top of the clilT, supposed to contain about 40 icres. lieing the same land conveyed to Mollie Carrier, et al, by Elisha Howling and wife uy deed dated April 4, 1899, and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's olllco in deed book 15, page 425. The purpose of the sale herein is to reinvest the proceeds arising therefrom in other resl estate, TEUMS; The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due In six montht bearing interest at the rite of tlx per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment for which execution may Issue, payable to w, II. Drown, Master Commissioner ot the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchs.se money Is paid. W. II. DROWN. M, C. G. C. C G H Swinebroad, Att'y for Plffi. Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auct. Price $6.00 Per Bushel Cash With Order. F. O. B. Columbia, Tenn. We Advise Ordering by Express Freight is too Sacks Free. 'Robt. R. Fox, Smt Lancaster, Ky. Slow. ROGERS DENMARK By Ramey Denmark 416 He by Hamlet 11 1 b),Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark SI, Rogers Denmark, 1st dam Miss Ogdtn by Drennon Denmark. 2nd dam Miss Wallace, by Duller Denmark, by Hamlet 113. He Is ten yrara old, dark bay with white star, 15 hand,, ahowne all the Kilts under saddle. He is just as good individual as his pedigree would indicate and has proved a good sire, his colts having good action, lots cf at)!e and easily controlrd. ,Thia horse will make the season of 1918 at the farm of It. K. Conn on White Lick, 2, miles south west of Paint Lick, at T. N. FIGURES, Jr., Columbia, Tenn. Reference: The Three Banks of Columbia. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. At same time and place will stand my splendid five year old Jack John Grey at $8. To Insure A Living Colt. JOHN OltAY it a gray Jack, Hi hands high, good bone and ear and con.. sidered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood. He la royally bred lieing by Long Tom. he by Wm. Todd'a big Jack, he bv Marmaduke. 1st dam by Uilly Hrerklnridge. he by llourbon Chief, 2nd dam by llourbon Chief, Care taken to prevent accidents but not resjwnsible should, any occur, Lien retained on colt until season It paid, besson due when mare is: bred to another horse or jack, nr told or parted with. H. P. CONN, Route No. 3. i Clinton Ross of Corbin is visiting his mother, sister and his little son. Will Faulkner, colored, bought a nice Mr. Charles Dillon is on the sick list mare from Woods Graves, price $135. at present. C. W. Graves made a business trip Miss Ida Hurt of Paint Lick visited to Itichmond last week. her sister, Mrs. It. F. Parsons last Mr. Fayett Chadwell made a business week. D. trip to Uetea last week. Jennie Sarah and little Fannie Ham Mrs. Green Sutton Is visiting relatives mack visited Mrs. Green Sutton, Sat urday. in Itichmond this week. E. G. Hammack and family visited Miss Jennie Hammack visited Mrs. Office at Rainey's Livery Stable. A. J, Hammack and fanily, Easter E. G. Hammack last week. Lancaster. Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Sipple visited his sis Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Turner and little daughter, Mrs Sowders last week. ter, visited her aunt, S. E. Hammack, recently. HAMMACK Dr. Wm. Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Surgeon Paint Lick.JKy. llleigh 1100 llrown Stallion with three while feet 15! hands high, pounds, hns long fine neck, fine bead set on high nice thin withers, good thort back with as good a tall as ever was on a horse, good bone and good feet. Ilex McDonald nUI ( t Kirs'Q MONROE, tut pemusrk M.. 4099 . Why Mrs. R. F. Parson has been very ill with blood poisoning but is some better at this writing. Mason Reynolds of Hamiton Ohio, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reynolds. Changing Color of Flowers. Many pink flowers may bo turned blue by exposing them to tho fumes of ammonia for n few minutes, and blue flowers become pink when exposed to acids. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR KY. LANCASTER, Suffer? Mrs. J. A. Cox, olAl-dcrso- n, W, Va., writes: "My daughter . . . suffered terribly. She could not turn In bed the doctors gave her up, and we brought lier home to die. She had suffered so much at. . .time. Having heard cf Cardul, we Ofllce Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Ofllce Phone 27 sli),. . I Crlglers Deotnsrk H. it1"" I Ul flu Lucy Mack SiW, Htack Mouroe 'M4 I .ul"l M 11 ... J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky a o Lena M.1V.7. (llirioif I Lou Idslnes llu brnmark Sumpter Peutnark Lo 6.1 s CO n o UOr.l d I Mambrlno (Mi I 1133 I lu (Irand 61 wi atvl Eotltforhcr." ( Snmr-tt- Lottie llurkmati M3I i Kleetrlo Pvniuark II.H 1 Iltaik niamoiiit, Jr. Black Diamond t'iueeti ... pan CARDU The Woman's Tonic " In a few days, she to Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, ''and had no trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and wc fins its praises everywhere." We receive many .thou-can- ds of similar , letters every year, telling ol the good Cardul has done for women who sutler from complaints so common to their sex. It should do you good. too. Try be-p- au KING MOMtOK has as much tt)lc speed and action as any saddle horse living. It can be seen that this horse belong! to the greatest family of the addle horse being a real Denmark, You can make no mistake Study bit pedigree and be convinced. by breeding to this horse. He will get you aaddle horses of the highest Every type. Never was the fine aaddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. man should breed hit mares and breed them to the bctt, KINO MONROE will make the present season at my barn at Father of Punctuation. The present system of punctuation, now used In all modern languages with but Inslgulflcnnt variations, was Introduced In tho first halt of tbo fifteenth century by a Venetian printer named He la tho real father Aldus MunutlL of punctuation marks of the full stop, comma, semicolon, colon, question and exclamation marks, apostrophe aud Inverted commas. Manutlus' system was adopted later by all printers until It Anally established Itself throughout Europe. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Haa Qrsat Specific Qravlty. Mercury baa the greatest specific gravity of all liquids, but recently another has been discovered which Is also so .heavy that stones, ot all kinds granite, limestone, quarts, etc float tn It It Is saturated aqueous solution Its specific gravof tung stoporate. ity Is 3JS, whereas that ot ordinary rock doe not exceed 2.7. Only a tew precious atones have a specific gravity greater than that ot this liquid, tor which reason It Is proposed to employ It for the separation of such stones from masses ot broken rock. Paint Lick, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Hours a.m. KENTUCKY. 7:30-9p.- Ofllce over Stormes Drug Store, Insure a Living Colt. Will also stand two good Jacks at $10. for mare colt $15. To A 14 p.m. and S8. for horse colt. Buslseu.Phoaoorsphy TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING All of the above ttock will make the Beaten at my farm on the Gillitple pik three miles from Taint Lick and two miles from Ilackley. Jul. E-- jiMnriuirii ... TBI nr.RAPHV N. W. ROGERS. lUHNEIS C0LLEQE ". a.. I Oi Its rn.IS.al ku iMn.f MswtoM. la m.rctll t.t.lis r..r. SMri.l.r tad Unklai biulsM. .U. f or ..1 wua.a r..M WU.BVSI m. ISIIU.LolHIU, to.. Utni I..... t.r.i .u..k The Central Record. Thursday, April 18, 191.8. J Keep the HomeRresBurnin Tonight there will be American boys in lonely listening posts far out in the desolation of No Man's Land, American boys in the darkness and the mud and cold of the trenches under the ceaseless thunder of guns and the scream of shells, American boys tramping shell-tor- n roads. along the pitch-black, Through the long, dreary hours, as th( wait and watch in the dark, while dange lurk on every hand, their thoughts stui to the homes they have left behind, horn on distant farms, in scattered villages, in gre cities, and they see in imagination the pie sant home lights shining out into the nigh in They Are Fighting to Keep Those Home Fires Burning You, back here in the peace and safety of the homes they love, can help in the bitter struggle that our boys must 'face tonight, and tomorrow night, and every day, and every night, until the final VICTORY is won. You, too, must work to keep the home fires burning for our i ovito in j r i aut.u They need guns and more guns, shells and more shells, they need tanks and transports and airplanes, good food and warm clothes and medicines and hospital supplies an ever increasing abundance of all the vital materials of war, if they are to drive the ruthless German invaders back within their own borders, and establish for all time the sacredness of American liberty and the safety of America's homes their homes, our homes. For these lads that are fighting and dyirjg for you do your share to send them to VICTORY. Invest today in Bonds of the Third Liberty Loan-A- LL the bonds you can. Keep the home fires burning. This Space Paid for and Contributed by THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS MEN OF LANCASTER AND GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY. r e Citizens National Bank. R. E. McRoberts. We Garrard Bank Trust Co. Hervey Davidson & Tomlinson. ' Wooods, Paint Lick, JKy. J. R. Mount & Co. National Bank. Haselden Bros. The Central Record. The Central Record, Thursday, April 18, 1918. 4 Delinquent Poll Tax List OF GARRARD COUNTY WILL BE SOLD PUBLICLY BEFORE THE COURT HOUSE, GTJNNS CHAPEL. Misters l quite III. Miss Inrz I, anil whs n guest of Mr. ami Mr. Joint Land Tuesday night Miss Stella s I Mr. Jess Caiey and family visited Mr. nfi Mrs. Pre Hoskins Sunda. Mr. nri'l Mr. Adolpli Ileazley of 4 vulttd Mr. Ilurton Sunday. Matter Chester Handy of Estill county, is willi Mr. and Mr. Dock Si.npsnn, Mr. and Mr. (HI Stotts were guest of Mr. and Mr. S. S. Scbaitin. Sunday. Mr. and Mr. I)jck Simpson visited Ml. Mnrv Simpson Saturday and Sun-clv- . Mr. and Mr. I'.ajmnnd Davis mid 3 children were guest 0f Mr. Elizabeth llnrti n. .Mr. and Mr. Hunter Davis entertained a number of relative and friend Sunday. Misses l'earl, Nora and Flora Matt hew were guest of Mr. Mary II. Kin i,'. Sunday. Air. ami .Mr, rioju Humphrey are the parents of n daughter born April Villi, the 13th child. I Sunday School will he. conducted at I the M. E. Church here each Sunday at 2o clock. "Wilson lime . Mr. ami Mrs. Hugh Mobeiley and little daughter, were guest of Mr. Harvey Teater and family Sunday. jj r. and Mrs. Ilarviv Teater, Mr. and Mr. Hugh Mobcrley, and Mr John Land motored to Kicholasvillu Monday I one lVMll Monday, April 22nd, AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M. ALSO AT SAME TIME, WILL OFFER i SOCIETY BRAND TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, A GOOD WORK MULE, OWNED BY COUNTY. clot!!e will solve your clothes They lead to exclusive Forest Stapp, COUNTY JUDGE. . tWW fillip ' lc- - X i have same ask . and we fromall whocnll bought us to at once and get it. Hudson, Huges & Farnau Medames Otis Stntt, Mine Itay, Our Seed Corn has arrived ness. They are stylish, and we i w. e. rigney. Director and Embalmer. 3." yet conservative l Funeral Lancaster. Ollice 1'lione 18. Resilience I'ltnue Kentucky. Andrew Slutla, Misses Eunice Stott and Jessie It. Kay were recent guest of Mr. Wllbeit Duiley. Misses Iva and I,enna Hollon. Fran cis Long and .Mr W. r. Long were guest of Mr. and Mr. J. M. Amon anil Master Jarne It. Amon Wednes day night. Missc Sallie l.tm Teater. F.thyl Kav. Mr. Nora Teater. Messrs Smillle Hill and Huel Noel were gueat of Mr. and Mr. John Land and the Misses Hollon Thursday evening. have a model to satisfy the tastes of men of every age and professions. 1 1 i i Soricttj ISrauft QUntljrja Parks Danville, & Hendren Kentucky. DOCTOR GIVES MAN Style Headquarters, COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. OAHUAUD CI11CUIT COUKT. E. H. llurke. et al, I'laintilfs, 0 BULlET CLEANUP. PAINT UP SPADE UP. VIN HEPATICA AS LAST RESORT Tom llurke. et al, Defendants. Pursuant to n judirment rendered t the March Term. 191S, the undersigned our State and nation. W. W Kelley, aged OS. well known Commissioner will sell at public auction Therefore, we request that the mayors of our cities, farmer, of Jtoute No. 3, Leona, Teun.. before the Court House door in Lan former merchant, who was to bad-l- caster. Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M. towns and village at once issue proclamation calling for a andhurt sareral year ago by a inula on CLEAN LT, PAINT IT, SI'ADK LT campaign duriiiK the running away with him. and for a lung MONDAY. AI'ICIL, 22. l?lg, commencing with the 22nd and continuing to while lu such a serious condition a a t being the tirst dav of the Carranl week of April, result of bis injurle. has recovered County Court term, the real estate the 27th, inclusive, and we appeal to the civic bodies, Hoards and I at hi work again. mentioned in the pleadings and de.Mr Kelley aays: "If anybody ever scribed as follows; of Trade; Chambers of Commerce; Committees on Fire Proven terrible condition, I was, until In Garrard County, Kentucky, be tion; Women's Clubs; housewives; boy and girl scout organi- my doctor discovered tho right medi- ginning ai a point in me intersection had to quit for zations; superintendents, principals and teachers of schools; cine Into rae 1merchandisingfarming and of Fisher's Ford Hoad and Tanyard gn tha bus.net. lload UJ E 23.03 chain to parochal schools and their heads; fire chiefs and their men, but my Injuries were such tint 1 broke middleNof same and corner u point in to Win. donn tn my ktdne) and sullerod great Swope: thence with last named along with ly from rheumatism. I got so rua and every other loyal American, to heartily euge oi uasswav buj in an effort to make the Commonwealth down that 1 could not sleep. Had to double wild cherry;m at 1.03w iimsimr u their civic authorities chain, in all re; un a dozen time a night on ac 2J.T7 chains a point H feet of Kentucky fire and disease proof. count of my kldnos. I tried all sort the middle oftosaid passway, north of corner to On account of our being at war with a foreign nation to of tunica and remedies without any said N m. hwope; thence leaving the all Had to quit business. preserve our institutions and our liberties it behooves us to help at day my doctor gave ruo a "am- passway and still with said Swope N "One b'J chains b'JJ put forth our every effort for the conservation of food stuffs ple bottle of Vin HepatUa and told ma 6 i: 7chain NS b'Jl W 10 chain 8 to a V M.10 chain relieved me W 10 And I did. by lire and to to try thatthat I had my Itwife to take atone S teet west of a sugar tree standand finished and raw materials from distraction so much (old call say do our bit in this great war for the freedom of mankind we soma of It, too, and I cau safely con- ing at south edge of passway a corner u Hickory stump) said stone rundown must not only buy Liberty Honds, but we must do all we can thatonanybody who ItIn ifo they tnl o Vin to said Swope and A. F. Sanders; thence dli can not miss Sander of pass-wasouth to furnish our boys in the trenches with food, clothing, muni HepatUa It I certainly a wonderful with S S3 YV along chain edge stone aty 18 27 to a medicine. Just as my doctor said it south edge of passway in line to San-.tions and supplies of all kinds. " was -- .,.1 i i c... ..... licence Willi iv. omiije. .1 This U lust the way thousand and .inaaiiu Therefore, carelessness and neglect on our part at this 17.14 chain to a talk about Vin Hepatica, last named b 2 thousand time is indeed criminal. Cleanliness is a big factor in the pre because it Nature own remedy for oint G feet northwest of u matked jlack walnut. S 81! Accumulations of dust kidney, liter, stomach and bowel trou-hies- point on east side of Ea 18.40 chains to a vention of both fire and disease. brsncli fold call rlieumittsni. Impure blood, nerv rubbish, rags, wastu paper, etc., in basements, back yards, ousnnss, sleeplessnes, rundown, ei a double sugnr tree) thence S 19 E 4.&0 . chains to a stone on the blutr, S 41 E ISetter condition, etc It Is not a patent and piled against buildings, are always dangerous. nor a klne cure all. but a com iNib cnains to stone at the mouth o have the ash heap or rubbish pile in the back yard converted blnatlon of eight of the flnest herbal lane, S 3) V 15 3'J chains to a large poplar snag, in line to aaid Swope and remedies known tn medical science into a garden spot. this great corner tn It. I, Ilurton; thence with Wo strong')- be prevented by using ordinary care. Nature remedy Come and get a hatt'o Ilurton S 6C.J E 20,52 chain to a large-oa- k Jinny fires can X 27i 32 80 to stone. o try it, "A fire in any case is a calamity, but a careless fire is a crime." anil will like on aud rit recommendation Kti E 14.11E chains chain the abeginning,S to You will do )ou good, it containing 321.42 acre Therefore, we suggest and urge the week of April 22nd, lleing the same tract of land that to 27th, inclusive, as CLEAN UP WKKK be observed throughCross of St. Andrew. was conveyed to A. J. llurke by II. W out the State, and we call upon the Mayors, Chiefs of the Fire Tho Cross of St. Andrew Is white Dunn, and other. Iiv deed dated Oct. ground, to represent the 3, 1MI2. nnd recorded in Deed Hook 11, Departments, Health Departments, Chambers of Commerce, satin on blue crcm on which the Scottish patron pag r28. Oarrard county, Kentucky, Clerk's ollice, and Inherited by E. II, Women's Clubs.etc, and on each and every individual in the saint suffered martyrdom. It Is with crnse of K.. fieorge nnd llurke. the widow, and the other plain. with this depaitment to help "PUT KENState to herein, children St, l'ntrlck lu the Union Jack of Grout till and defendant and grand children from the said A. J. TUCKY OVER THE TOP" in this clean up week. Itrltaln. llurke, deceateJ. T. U. PANNELL, The imrnose of the sale herein I to divide the proceeds arising from the State Fire Marshal. sale of the property among the joint owner as their Interest may appear. after the payment of the coit of the save. In obedlance to the foregoing circular from the Fire MarTEUMS. The sale will be made on a credit of shal, I as "Mayor of the City of Lancaster, request every propsix am' twelve months and the purerty owner in said City to observe this clean up order. chaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the All refuse thnt will burn, destroy on the premises, that purchase price, aaid bonds bearing six $2.00 that will not burn to be placed in trash cans and the trash man for fall worth of hardy plants and bulbs tier cent Interest trom date until paid, -- l'OSTl'AIU-foronly planting will remove same. We all know tho need of cleanliness to $1.00. Write for particulars and FHEE having the force and elfect of a judgFALL, FLOWEIt HOOK, which tells ment upon which execution may issue prevent accidents from fire and disease. what to plant, how to plant and when payable to W. II. Drown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, Signed, to plant. and a lien will be rrssrved upon the property sold until the purchase money Mule Had Run Away With Lawrence County Farmer ComFrom the UUml of April to April 27th, inclusive, we plications Arose That Bafinsist that in order to eliminate fire hazards and disease fled All Remedies Till Docspreaders every patriotic citizen in the Commonwealth of tor Gave Vin Hepatica Kentucky use his best elfort to save and serve the resources of :ilnt JtlCLLCD Do You Think 0 "This Never Could Happen?" That is what the farmers thought in Northern France. If we do not win the war it may happen here. InvestinLibertyBonds and help end the war on the other tide of the ocean, and thus protect your home, your town and yourcountry from invasion and destruction. THIS SPACE PAID FOR AND CONTRIBUTED BY , I POSTEOi TREES Now Is the time to plant your PROCLAMATION. J. M. DUNCAN, Mayor. Orchard, Lawn nnd Gtirilen, warnThe undersigned hereby ing to all person not to trespass upon Our large descriptive cntolcii of our lands tor any purpose whatever as reliable we will prosecute all olfenders tn ful c'inci a law. Hunters and. lest extent of Fishermen especially take notice. It. L. Elkln Ed & N II 1'ric.e S. C. Klgnby. J, C. lilgsby. PoMr. Emma Iligglnbotham. It. L. Arnold Mrs. J. Wade Walker. etc., is free upon inquiry. James M. White and wife. Write for free Catalogue. No Aitia 11. L. Darker Walter Humphrey John Titum. s pim. SINGER, THE FLORIST LI.F.Hillcnmeyer & Sons, We will add othr names for25cents W. II. I1ROWN. M. C. G. C. U. HARRODSBURG, KY. J j Lexington, Kentucky. ROUTE, P. cash. Robinson. Atfy for Plots. Hardy Flowering f'e Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting Fruit Shade Tr Small Fruits, Shiubs. Evergreens, Grace. Asparagus, Seed tatoes, Strawberries, a r fhe Central Record.jThursday, April 18. 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 tc pay to day. Sure To Hap t30Tx all-wo- Your MONEY WILL PURCHASE MORE QUALITY NOW in clothing than it will later, because we have the fine quality Suits in stock now, at very reasonable prices, but watch our predictions for the future. THE HMT. SGHAFFMER are fine this season. Notice the two snappy models shown here. k MARX STYLES $30. Hi 1 We can furnish these from stock now. Mens Suits $12.50, $15., Boys Knee Suits Ihrp CcprrI PTT- $18., $20., $22.50, $25., $27.50, $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $8.50 $10.00 Let us show you now while our stock is fresh and we have plenty of sizes. Quality. House of Lancaster Kentucky I Jit Hrt BctAffatr 1 Urx Corn iW CT . i r.rf VfMilUui (J( The Central Record incorporated, jsued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. . ROBINSON. Editor. 3. L El.KIN. Local Editor and Mfjr. U. S. NAVY NEEDS HEN. FIRST CALL FROM SECOND QUOTA To Mobilize Here April COUNTY ASSESSOR NOW TAX r4 at iiernber cli Toil Office la Liacsater. l scoml-ri.f- Mll Muter Kentucky D3 Press Association League. ETichth District Publishers Lancaster, Ky., April 18. 1918 'Jates For Political Announcements 'or Precinct and Citv Offices . .S 5.00 -. wct County Offices 10.00 State anil District Offices.... 15.00 cor Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line 10 "or Ul publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 ibituaries, per line 05 GYPSY SMITH. The friends and relatives of Mrs. Mamie McKoberts Dunn received severe shock when they learned she had passed away at her home in Dan ville after only a few hours illness, She had been in her usual health until Monday night when she was taken with a severe headache. A physician was called and apparently relieved th pain but at one o'clock she became unconscious and never aroused, dying at seven o'clock Tuesday morning. tiefore her marriage Mrs. Dunn was I Miss Mamie McKoberts of Lincoln and Garrard counties, beiiig a daughter of She Mr. and Mrs. John McKoberts. was greatly loved here where she spent most of her school 'ava and voung womanhood and where she has often visited her relatives. She married Mr. James Dunn of lower Garrard about 33 years ago, he together with three married daughters survive her. She is also survived by one sister, j ..Mrs. J. 1!. Mount, of Lancaster, and five brothers, Robert McKoberts, of 'Lancaster, Harvey of Stanford, and George and Thompson McI Charles, Koberts. I In speaking of her death the Dan-- ! ville Messenger has the following to say. "Mrs. Dunn was a member of the ' Christian church and rarely if ever did ' a church sustain u gi eater lots than by her passing away. She attended regularly upon its services, was dependable DR. PRINTUS WALKER. in all of its activities, she was never The above Is a capital likeness of our happier than when sho was serving her good friend and countyman, Dr. Prin-tu- s Lord. She wus president of the Worn- Walker, who next Tuesday will m's IJible Class and many of those who graduate from the Cincinnati Veteri- who were present last Sunday morning nary College and will immediately re- when she presided over the class durturn to his h.me county to practice his ling its business period said her face chesen profession. glowed with Christian love, iiesides vew.iiocongruiuiaieur. walker her affection for her home und her me rapu success ne lias maile pro- - chr(.h .h w. aHl!Iau,l with tl. nr. lor fesslonjlly and together with his community work of this city. erous friends, welcome him back hime She spant yesterday afternoon gather and wish for him every suuess in his ing together some clothes for some f hosen work. poor families, County Fiscal Court, The Garrard Though her mannerism was quiet and recognizing hi ability, appointed him reserved, very few if any women will County Live Stock Inspector, which be more greatly missed and whose duties he will perform in connection , memory w (, more lovingly cherished. with his other work. The sympathy of the entire community His popularity and worth are attest- goes out to the family In this sad hour. by being elected Vice, President She was buried in Danville Thursday, ed to, gradof his class, containing forty-si- x uates, an Invitation to the commencePassment exercises, being sent to this duly grateful. office, for which wr are The noted evancelist, Gipsy Smith, who has been persuaded by the Y. M. C. A. to visit this country and make n three weeks tour In the interest of this work, will be in Louisville on April 25th, where he will speak at the Warren Memorial Church. The 3Mth Field Artillery Hand will . give a con' cert preceeding the address. This man has been of great service in the war for which he has been decorated by King George. He will appear in the costume that he wore at the front in France and will tell of his experience while on the battle line. authorizes The Navy Department enlistment in all branches of the ervice, absolute maximum, until further orders, in order to tret men to man our Our Navy ships in use and building. Ij carrying men, food, etc, across, and fighting submarines. The Navy oilers education along dif ferent lines, and physical development, Pay is from $32.G0 tu $129 per month, not including doming, board, medical attendance, and this pay does not slop until discharged. All enlistments are for the duration of the war onlv. Men of draft age are accepted if they obtain telcase from their draft board. Age certificates are required for men under the draft age Age for enlistment is 18 to 25. If you arc thinking of helping Uncle Sam clean up the Kaiser and his followers, it may pay you to call at some of the following ilecruiting Offices, and investigate, or iust write for any in s formation you care for; Paducah, Owenibori. Ashland, Kay ette Bank. Lexington, 21 KvPostllldg Covington, 412 South 1th St,;Louisvl!lo. Four tliousaud young Kentuckians have been enlisted in this branch the past 12 months, at Louisville. If you know or know of any of these boys, you cun find that they are well pleased with the branch they selected. COMMISSIONER. If you expect to buy a .Friday 26lh. Morning, Legislature Abolishes Office of Assessor And Substitutes Another. MRS. JAMES DUNN DEAD. The Local Exemption Hoard of Gar official notice by wire this morning, to call into the service of the United States government, fifteen white men, tu reiwrt for sucli service on Friday morning April 2tith, to entrain for Camp Zachary Taylor at S;IU that morning. A second call is exuected fun mob ilization iCiout May 1st and the follow ing is the list of men to be called in the current quota's, and the order in which they will be called. Uurnam T. West, Lancaster. Ky. James J. Crutcher, McKinney, Ky. Troy McCoy, Ked House, Ky. Green llrock. Crab Orchard Ky, K. 2. Leonard II. Scott, Iluena Vista Ky. Herbert Shearer, Lancaster, Ky. Adolph D. Joseph, Lancaster, Ky, Webb Christopher, Ituena Vista, Ky. Everett East, Lancaster Route 3. Elmer East, Judson Kv. Louis Fowler, Hamilton Ohio, Route 7. John Middleton, Iluenu Vista, Ky, William II. Layton, Lancaster. II 1. Jasper Matthews, Coy Ky. George Lunceford. Wilrnore, Kv. Virgil Keynolds. Paint Lick, Kv. William T, Green, Paint Lick, Ky. Cornelious Pendleton, Lancaster Ky. Walter Uroucner, Lancaster, K i. Luther W. llrooks, Hryantsvllle. Ky. llurtram llronn. Paint Lick, Kv. Robert A. Ogg. Egypt Miss. Thurinan Tester, Lancaster, Ky. Curtis D. Sadler, Uryantsville. William K, Miller, Lancaster, Ky. Willie Graham, Uryantsville. rard county received The legislature at Frankfort recently abolished the office of county assessor and substituted therefor the office of county Tax Commissioner. Mr. A. T. Scott, who was elected to the office of assessor of Garrard county last fall, will never have an oportunitv to serve in that capacity, but will reive his four years us county Tax Commissioner. This change makes the office a Strte job. as the new county tax commissioner will be under the jurisdiction of the State Auditor at Frankfort. Mr. Scott will however draw about double the pay of the county assessor and the change will doubtless be welcomed by him, as well as othtis elected assessors in the different counties last fall. ug y thisspring, see our line for we have some jobs that are strictly up-to-dat- e,- at the right price. WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE. VULCAN AND OLIVER PLOWS. WE GAKRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. WAR. THE BUSINESS OF THE PEOPLE. The punch behind a fict of Right-Libe-rty Bonds NOTICE The FARMERS. teed corn ordered from Western Kentucky through the Garrard Milling Company has arrived mid must be taken out at once. Call at the mill and get corn. W. H. Rogers, County Agent. SELLS 'EM Mr. Swincbroad reports a splen- Uid sale of the Danville suburban property, sold for Mr. K. I. June, the property being purchased by il. D. Peel, for $8,032,50. Mr. Swincbroad also sold for Mr. Theo Currey of this city, his handsome new residence on Maple avenue to Dr. J. D. Kinnaird, for $0,000. STATE FAIR PRIZES. 1918 Show Vr'ill SWINEBROAD Have Largest Aulo Premium List In History. Racing. Liberty Bonds ports to Freedom. Various Important plans for the 1918 Kentucky Statu Fair came up for discussion before it meeting of the Ken tucky State Hoard of Agriculture in Louisville last week. A premium list of $78,000 was udopteU, this being lllu largest amount ever offered in the history of thu fair and alisost double that of many previous years. Automobile racing will be featured on the last day of the meeting, Saturday, September 14. Drivers on the automobile racing circuit, which includes the state fairs of Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Texas, will Among the participate in the events. drivers will be Fred Horey, who drove Harney Oldfleld'i car tu u world's record on the Pacific coast recently. J, A, Sloan, of Chicago, will handle the He was formerly connected races. with the St. Paul and Jllnnispolls ball clubs. One year ago, April the Cth, 191 iwuce loving America was hurled into the vortex of the great World's War. That this declaration found us in a state ot unpreparedness fur our new business is well knuwn. It is generally conceded that this was the fault of no one person and no one party, but a grievous oversight on the part of the American people as a whole. Wo were not a war loving nation, we had not been taught the business of war, we had no ileiire to acquire new territory, we did not believe in a military government. we did not want dominion over the lanus of the earth or the seas thereof; so while was sat at the council tahles of the nations of the earth and talked of peace and brotherly love, great masses of steel and iron were bting wrought Into all kinds of destructive agencies and being ready for the fray the great Hun War God laid his heavy armored hand first on onu nation and then anothtr until the whole earth was transformed Into oi.e great army rump and the business of the war wus on. This great issuu between autocracy nd democracy has resolved itself irlo u business proiosltnn of such stupendous figures that it is difficult tor the Germind to think in such numbers. many, In her long preparation, was able to set the initiative und in order to insure victory the Allies hav to overcome those figures in men and money, The selective draft was the only Eight possible way to raise the army. weeks utter war was declured 10,000,000 men were registered and recorded in Washington and one halt million aro now reudy for service. Troops are being sent abroad as fust as ships cun take them and as rapidly as thu camps are emptied new recruits ure called. The exodur of flghling men across the ocean will never cease until victory is achieved. The stupendous task of organizing for war has ben met with greut efficiency in spite of all criticism to thu contrary. The greatest cause for anxiety lies not in the heads that direct ' the govermeut, not in what the soldiers are able to do, but in the people in unselfishly meeting the demands for the I emergency, the people must pracMcuj thrift, economy and industry. Thu food' supply and control is the business of the people and the financing of the war should be their glorious privilege und is. If you wish to end this war, if you are a patriotic American, make some sacrifice for your country, do something that counts, figures speak louder than words, "IIUY A L1I1EKTV UOND." Jsectser & Phone 75. Ballard. Bryantsville, Ky. t rrranacs'xxtxOTXiirtzsVicri Here is Something You Con Do Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. Wo Citizens National Bank OK LA.S'CASTEIt. KV. II. K. HUDSON, W. ). r.tQNEY. A resident. ' uih'r JokJ. Walklk. Jit.. Cashier. J. J. WAl.KKU, Vict I'rr.t. Si W. F. CHA.M1', ON ROLL OF HONOR. DC 3C in: is n better investment than a A Good Used Car ftew One of iferior Quality. We linve the following used enrs fur sale nml fjiinrnnteed; 1910 Overland four ?32;1 1913 Overland four f.150. 1910 Sexon Six ?350. 191(1 Oakland Six f."50. 1910Oaklnnd six 5073. i917 Studeliakcr six ?900. 1915 Ilulck four ?500. 1910 Hjiiek sixfOil). 1917 Ilulck four ?000. 1017 Ilulek six ffiHO. 1917BuIck Six $1,000 We will be pleased to sliow you any of the above cars. Make Your Next New Car a Buick The Danville Buick Bo L. B. CONN, Proprietor. U Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. it i n ii ii ii ii ii ir The Central Record, Thursday, April 18 1918. 7 JlScJL L L Our lines are not broken, and wc are managing to recruit New and worthy of their trade and confidence. Merchandise each day so as to ahow our many patrons we are ie iS Fierce COATS, Easter is Past but the Spring Season is by no Means Over. All the new weaves In PUMPS, OXFORDS AND Silks, Voils, and Other Cotton fabrics for Dresses, Skirts and Waists Don't SUITS, DRESSES af it COLONIALS FOR AND SKIRTS IN ALL THE fjil to see tlic following lines: SPRING FOOT WEAR. See (iiir rnnny vnricil styl'js. Betty Wale Dresses, Jack Tar Middies, Mar Hof Middy Suits and our Rug and Carpet Department, NEW CREATIONS Shipments arriving ecrli dBy. It is our pleasure to show you POSITIVELY ONK PRICL' 10 ALL. TIE JOSEPH i a 1 HOUSE WHERE QUALITY REIGNS. jW. S. HATFIEbD, Gossip Abcui: People A Dentist. lidticdstcr, otB AIvI; WOHK GUARANTEED JV HKtf ffi i V ' Ctlct Muit'sn ol tht Oo'njs lyThoie Wt Are taltrulnl - JIJni rviyiJiiw wic.t . nd In. vg -- - if Mr. W. J. Komans was in Cincinnati sever hI da;, s thin week on business. Mr. Jim West of Kichmond was visitor in Lancaster the past week. Miss Dollv Miller has "PASSION PLAY" By Dr. a'jWilhlliaslrzledLeclcre Crooks. Cralon V nOUXI. USD IT I.V THIS COLlMlO - Miss Lillie Mae Sutton was in ville. Saturday. Mr. Ernest Hudson of Danville Danville here Tuesday. Mr. Yates Hudson of in town Munday. W (!) (!) SPECIALS cans Hominy cans Blackberries cans Gooseberries cans String Beans Full line Soaps No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 iii C) i (i) lOcts lOcts lOcts lOcts lOcts Sander's Variety Store. I WE SELL FOR LESS. V.l I ft Hospital For Automobile Tires. i (i! In this time of high cost of living, why not econoit with mize, firing lis your old tiro nml let us Half-Sol-e so it will run longer tlimi a new the fmiiotis (lutes ll.ilf-Sol- e iuie :1.500 miles without a puncture. Ask the Hum who We lo nil kinds of Vulcanizing Is using one Send us your work mid it will ln done right Internationa! J. Rubber Sales Company. :13S-- 8 It. WILLIAMS. Mgr.. Danville. Ky. Ik CREED SIMPSON. Agent for Oiirrnrd Comity. Phone Hi TO AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS on sale. Wo are informed by the Treasury Department that Kentucky is nt til" bottom of the list of Mates in the sale of these Stamps. Let Garrard county and every patriotic citizen of Garrard county, ilo his part tu redeem tlifl fair name of Kentucky, and help win the war. Urge every customer, wlw Is able to do so, to buy the limit: Urge H others to huy to the limit of their $1100.(10 of stamps. ahility, and to keep on buying. If they can not buy Saving Stamps, insist that they buy Thrift Stamps. Get tour report card into the mail Saturday, March 1'nd.show-ir- e all sales up to that date. Beginning Thursday, March 7th, we will publish In the Central Itecord, a rsort showing the sales of each agent in the county. Let's seo who will head the list. II. V. HASTIN, Chm. Garrard County War Savings Com. All wlio hove not ulreudv don s will please procure u eui-l!- y of Wur Savings Stamps Mid Thrift Stumps, War Saving Cauls nml Thrift Cards from llifir Hanker at once and place same Little Nuncv Tliomns Lear is sick with the meales. Mr. Jim Hourne of Lexington, m ' Mr. Wallace Walter of Stanford was oter Sunday, and stient the da a visitor here Mor.day. with his parents. Mr. acd Mrs. S. J. l!J Mr. H. D. Lee made a business trip Hourne. to the mountuins lut week. Friends of W. II. Ilrown are happy to I Mr. Charlie Leo Bnd wife pmt Sun- - see him out again after an illness off several weeks at his home on tne Stan- with Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). ford road. Iday and Mrs. Arher Lee spent Sun Lieutenant und Mrs. Jack Casey, day with her sister, Mm. Je-HKay. (i) have returned to Iluttlesburg, after a Mr Alexander Kohintun of Centre short visit to Mr. and Mrs. IE. H. with home Wilkinson. C) College spent the week-enfolks. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Curtis urn 11 Miss Dove Harris of Danville spent receiving the congratulations of friends (ij ' Sundav with Mrs. t'attie Anderson and upon the arrival of t in boys at their home last uvok. family. Mr. und Mrs. Woodfjnl Spears end Miss Mary Katherme I'ruitt spent Sunday idght and Mcndav with Miss Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Spears, of I'nris, My rtle L-were the guests Tuesday of Mrs. D. M. Lackey and Miss Jeunio Lackey. Miss Mutiie Adamt left Tuefday for ' Lexington win re she v.'ill enter a llusi-' Mr. und Mrs. Henry Simmon mid Dr. liro ks is well nnd faveraldy re daughter. Miss Elizabeth, of Lexington ness Coiiece. membcre'' here, where he he'd series spent last Snuruay night and Sunday, Mrs. J. C Itoliinetni is in Lexington of meetings at the Christian church tlryunt, who is taking a with Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Simpscn. Willi Mrs. Joe several years xg). IK ii a man to be business couse. Mr. and lira George McHobcrU trusted, i speaker of unusual ability Miss Lillie Jlao Sutton sptnt Tues- - und dnughter, Betsy Margaret, of and have every reason to believe that day night in Lexington with her aunt, Covington, are visiting Mr. and Mrs both his entertairmcr.ts will have the hearty support and patronage ol" the I Mrs. K. S. Grimes. Joe Runiside on Kichmond street. community. Mrs. Joanna Hall has returned from Mrs. John Farra left Sunday for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. llohou Murtinsville, Ind, fcr a stav of several RED CROSS NOTES. Campbell ut Stanford. weeks. Mr. Farra and Miss Johnettu Farra accompanied her us far as LouisLast week the Red Cros sent to Mr. Karl llroaddus, who has been headquarters at Cincinnati, ttft) rauze couflned tu his room with tonsilitis, is ville. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Cornn und hand- conipre.se. 10 pain of soeks. 25 Ik able to be out again. pital shirts. So far, the flarraid Co. Miss Sla in of Texas, who has been some little son, James Rjthwell, came Chapter has gotten perficl o;i most Miss Anna Hole lluinside up from Frankfort lust Sunday and the guest of were guests of Mr. und Mrs. James everything that has been sent in. II visiting in Danville. Mrs. Frank Morkkbury's time expir Kobinsun on the Danville pike. l last Friday i'B chairman of iho woik Miss Marie and Hazel Walker of C. Djvis, car efficient tailor, Mr. W. lluckeyx spent Sulurday night itnd room, iuiJ .Mrs Mclioberts was chosen who has been quite ill at the heme of to Like. Sunday witli Miss Elsie 11 row n. placM. Vevlamea K hriam his daughter. Mrs. W. II. Hall, on Hrown, !irS. Gilbert, Leonard Miller, .1. Mrs. Sam Haselden spent Satuiday Richmond St.. is improving und hopes John Shucklef.ird. Stepiun Wulker and in Nicholasville with her mother, Mrs. to be buck at his tailor shop next week Mies Rachel Henry are on the cuttirg Towel! Duncan, who is quite ill, Mr. Clay Miller, who has been in committee. Miss Joan Mount Mes Mr. and Mrs. John liuughmau and Howling Green for several months dames J. it. Moorman, Sam Hu'clden Miss Mury N'oel of Danville spent Sun Iiusineas College, completed and Mrs. II. C. Sutton on gauze cum day with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. Tasking committer, Misses his course this week and. has accepted mittte. Gibbs an. I Annie n good position in Chicago with tb Saliie Elkin and Kathleen Walter, und Mi.tea Llmbi-tl- i Kd Metdumcs Kmmu liigginbothani, llelle Hurnside and Mr. Joe Kavanaugh I. C. Railroad. r Sewing In E holt. I were in Danville Saturday tu see Miss It is very gratifying to the friends of Gaines, W. W. A. l'ri.:e, Mrs. W, Siuvin. Lieut. Jeito Heiairen to know of his spectors, Mrs. Kmnaird, It. Cook unj Miss Kate Mrs, Alexander Murphy and baby promotion, bein now Senior LieutenGauze Inspectors Mesdames George of I'a.iunia are expected this week for ant, on the contuy ship Albany. He a visit tu her mother. Mrs. J. I too is the ranking ollioer and is now on his Smith und Henley Uusliu. These Ud Voung. second trip across the waters, convoy- les are mksd to be present etery Fri' ing munition anil troop ships tluough day or have some one to tuke their VMirn. MUao.Aeinll.il.. HiirnaM,. place. belli Gibbs und .Mr. John ilrown were the submarine zones in Lexington lust week to ste "The MctiMty. Not Some Man, Uambler Hose", One wny to create the impression Kxehungo wnntu to know If nn extrr. iloit you nre fnmllhir uiih success la Misses Helen and Martha Gill, Jane iiour nt daylight will I mine men and Mary Duty and Mrs, Frank Marks-bui- y Inline nil hour onriler. Iluffalo Tims. to be modest. Youth's Companion. were in Lexington last Wednesday to see Julia Sanderson in "Ham-bie- r Manly Pride. Environmental Influence. I remember when wnrklne In a flowHose". To miderstimd fully the effect of er pinion was looked upon Influence) n belitMrs. Fisher Herring has returned Rood uniliTxtmidliig requires a pretty tling way for n limn to cnrti money. of the native qualifrom u visit to Miss Lilv D. Grant, in ties of the material upon which the One man hired tn ll. threw down his TV Norfolk Va, which included an Easter n lie told place for tlouers reaction Si visit to Annupolis Md, and Washington environment net". The belnesi l of dif- spado being ii made, n declaring. "I ferently formed human neer was ain't exuetly the snuie even when the en- got so low as tn earn my victual mnk-Ipa D. C a pooy bed I" Hllrnheth IMdy Nor-rl- s. vironmental action on thcin Is ueurly Mrs. Victor Lear and father, Mr. It. identical. "You can't," as David In the House llenutlful. Starr It. Denton were called tu Lexington Jordan Is wont to say, to explain some last Friday to see Mr. Deuton's brother failures of college endeavor, "put a Mr. John T. Denton, who nut with a thousand-dollaeducation Into a fifty-dollboy." Vernon. Kellosu, lu the verv serious accident and Is now at Atlantic. the Good Samaritan Hospital. At the Christian church Thunday evening, April 2jtli. Dr. Cm Ion S. Mr. Joe Francis spent last week its Hrooks, will Rive a lecture of the I'as-sio- n I'Uv. illunrn'.e-- l with 4tereopticon county with Mr. Watt Kockcaslle pictures. This lecture w-- lie free, but Arnold. Danan ofTerinj; will be taken up lifter the Mesdames Cabell Dennv. Ed Gaines, 'entertainment. On the evenirg A. Hnyston and Mattie Duncan James Dr. Ilr.ioi.i will "ive an illut-traiwa3 were visitors in Danville the past week-Mr- . war irctu.v. whi- (i we ted the and Mrs. Ed Set! and bright public will n'e e i was little ton, James Darwin, spent tl week und in iierea, with relatives ur.d quite friends. f hien visiting her uunt, in Howling Green for sever.! J JerW. Rooms for rent. Miss Fannie Hishop. For Fresh milk, see Iioyil Ison or call phone 3&S-4 ? davr. For Sale-Fre- sh milk cow. sey and rich milker. WANTED: J. Elmtrc. tf. Fresh eggs, 5(0 locust posts at once, A. H. Hastin and Son. butter and eveivthing Help a good at the C E. Exchange. good cause. LOST about two weeks afo, a bunch of about 25 keys. Kewcrd if returned to this ollice FOH SALE 100 bariels of corn in shuck, near Judson Ky. N'. H. Hogie, Lexingtcn Ky. : I Ie. LOST; Mink Gauntlet rIovc, on Stanford pike. If2.00 reward. Return lt-pti this oliice. SAl.E-Ua- led hay of good qual-it- y S1.50 per cwt. T. Rice & Co. Four miles out on the Buckeye pike. l'hor.e D. H. Pebhrev. 347-- FOR for setting of 15. Luther Kaney, Lancaster, Ky. Barred Plymouth Eggs 75c Phone 329-- NOTICE. Positively ro fishing or bathing v 'II ba al'owed in the Corn to'il this year. W. B. Ray. S. II. Eates. EGGS F0R? HATCHING. Whi.e and Hrown Leghorn eggs, $1. per letting. Bun" Orpington eggs, $1.C0 to J3.00 per setting. Walton Moss. 8 Buy More Liberty Bonds. Buy More War Savings Stamps. Buy More Thrift Stemps. Buy If It Hurts. You can pay for them with efjfjs next vInter. ERLE C. FARRA, may 1 I Box 272 Lancaster, Ky LEGHORNS. SINGLE COMB BROWN tailing HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- ft PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. w four business appreciated. will o The Patriot's Pledge "I'll Buy a Bond PI WILLIAMS- - The Central Record, Thursday, April 18, 1918. 0 RASPBERRY PLANT REQUIRES MOISTURE' TO RIPEN CROP DURING SUMMER SEASON 0 o e a o r a n n More New Spring AT a j o i a o WeSsii k Wiseman's a o a WOMEN'S AND MISSES' a n Goats, Suits and Dresses At the Attractive Price Range a n u n H $25. to $35. You ladies who feel that $25. is about all you care to pay for your Coat, Suit, or Frock this spring will be more than delighted with the smart character of the garments we are showing around that price. Superb tailoring, beauty of materials and individuality of style assure you the fullest measure of satisfaction in any garment you may select from the great number of new styles just received. Ladies' and Misses' SPRING FOOTWEAR. Our entire line of High Shoes, and Pumps, are now ready for you and more "classy" styles than you've ever seen in any one stock before. All the new Grays, Browns, Tans and White. Most reasonably priced. WOODEN SUPPORT "O HOLD CANES UPRIGHT. Do."-mm- ' tn '.! tlty nml ataltahlUty f the plant foos of Asf icultine.) th.-contain, tin- - fertilizer proht.m In u Prom Hit' time raspberry plants arc Ox-'for- ds grower inut iu width set, thsy iifiil nn ample supply of inn:-lur- e local using tnrjlng and they oru iiffccteit more quick- - solte for himself. Ilyt clement of I. n.i.l .,..rf..l, irtum It I. it..rt.!.n. nmount .if tin- - illffert-ii'" "Hfferent pint and keep-.ectloIn the '"" thnti most other fruit plant-.- . . I.lgh.-.wliero readily ti jl.-tdrrl.-- s nr.. obtained. ,nn of ml r:. l. nn.tr. .f quarts .if fruit rn-- nir '."a'-tltUoften (l.t OiNid management. liowet.T. v. Ill In are The inerac for the whole country ImneM-r- . Is not more sure a large amount of humus In the dethan !,' quarts, and this illir. renco Is soli nt ntl times. It Is umpto due almost wholly In u dlffereiuv III sirable that the humus supply be t the moisture tiupply. In thu wttlnns winIsn tho plantation Is tint M--to out. furmuch easier nnd cheaper referred to as Kiting the lilEhest )lf!iK it a deep null furnishes u uniform ninl nish the humus by means of oner ample Miuply of moisture at all times. crops nnd stnble manure before the pliinlntlou Is set than afterward when To secure the best results, then-fore- , . by tlit-- groner should, by tlllngt nml by the plants tire growing. Mor.nt.-rsupplying humus, maintain a uniform such extra care before setting It Is pos. and ample moisture rontent In his mil, MMe to secure n fair crop of fruit the llecause It costs so not only .luring the griming nnd rli'n-In- g second of the fruit but ulvi uhlle the much to cnr.t fur a iilnntatlon for a It will pay well to hate the soli canes ore de eloping. Some growers tear In a high state of fertility be fire the make It n regular practice enrli j.-nplant are set, mi that the plantation to mulch their (bids to n depth .if eral Inches lth straw, lent.' or Rr.va tuny be brought Into bearing a year hay. When this practice Is followed, sooner than would be possible other. w Ise. y the cost Is great, but the moisture Use of Fertllliers. Is retained well. In many aectlous no fertllliers are shoun to over shout the mark in the In semtarld nml arid regions, wln-rIn the Irrigation Is prnrtlc.il, the fruiting sen. ued on hearing plantation. third Liberty Iamii however, son Is longer than In most humid ir older raspberry some commercial fertlllxer and stable Thf KH Cros C.mpter metwilh nonlrrlgnt.il Kcctlons. The use- of IrriMrs. lxKlon and one Jtwlt'tof gxuie gation In the ljistirn utates also has manure are used, and It Is considered was cut and folded In Kx9 comprcssF. extend.il the picking sen-uimid made profitable to use them. Stable manure, The next meeting will be held at !.! the plants thriftier. Larger jlelds of however, usually has given the best reraspberry In the sult and experiments have shoun that,' fords Hall if the weather permi's. Mr. riiilt of the llimi-rwhere obtainable. It furnishes the best' has very generously Kiven tl e summer anil fall lintp followed the Ir- mean of enriching the soils on wldfh rigation made It ue of the Hull to our Chapter and by profitable of that variety ami thu I'jxtt the experiment have been tried. Stable In some sections of subscription we have leathered the manure not only furnishes some plant Unst-er- n In the humid sections of tint funds to equip the rmim with tables states. Irrigation should tie used food but supplies large quantities of covered with uil cloth and tho chletly or entirely during the growth humus. If an annual application of thinss to have a first class room where and ripening of the fruit and will pay about ten tons per acre Is made, the all the members can come ami work only when an ample molMuru supply humus supply should be mulntulmxl. r treatment In other when it Is most convenient to them, as cannot be maintained by tillage. As nnd with pruju-tho raspberry ripens Ita crop during ways tho field hould be kept at a high the supplies v.ill be there. Some soils the summer when droughts art likely state of productiveness. to orciir, some growers have found Ir- and Kiine section will need n larger .luantlty nnd some less than ten ton MT. HEBRON rigation profitable. per acre. A heavier nppltcntlon, how. Intercropping. Mrs. Lurany Montgomery remains, In order to reduce tho cost of Inten- i t it, should not ho made unless It has been found by actual trial to 'be sive cultivation of u raspberry plantaquite ill. lit It I iolblo to stimulate Whoopinc couch Is racing in this tion during the tint )ear after the grow other crops that need rultlvntlon dur-lu- g nn extent th of nines and lent.- to such section. n to reduce productiveness. the spring und early auinmer Coter crop may be ucd to maintain Mr. II A. Duncan had a mule to get months may be gronn between the rows. Among the crops best suited to the humus supply, Oats seeded at the Its leg broken Saturday. rnte of three bushels per acre In late ruull-llonethis um- - are the tomato, Mr VA (Irti-.- houcht a sow nixl iits bean, tiea, xuniiuer miuiinIi und summer should give n dense stand nf from Mr. Clawon Humphrey for $iV. potato. Grain (hops nhould nut be material to turn under hefo.-- winter, Mr. Hunter Hay tmutjht Ave shoats used, ns they are not cultivated nnd or they may be left to serve as n covering during the winter und plowed unfrom Mr. W. I.. Ijrow at i'10 per head. Mill take. molKturu and plant fooil der In the spring. Con pens, vetch, Mr and Mrs. Gab' N'avlor are en- -, iiemleil by tin. raspberry plant. The the various clovers, and other crop second aeason no other crop hhould be i may be ucd In the raspberry tertulrim; a dainty little Miss ulm ar- grown, as thu raspberry roots should plantation, rived April Cth. fare mut be taken In occupy uil the grouml. griming tli( el.h und n they Mrs. Jas Hamilton of Lancaster ws i Tillage. ' Tillage In raspberry fields be live through the winter and It limy the vilest Sun-liof her Mrr. prove costly to eradicate them. How e thorough and regular In order to P. W. Mo iiKninery. , Kxcept In rainy eter. If I lit y ure drilled In between the moisture. IUtniltnn, the little son of Mr. nrd weather, cultivator or harm;.' should row and turn.il under before they beMm thos Alontitomery is ill with be used at least once each week up to come too I link In the spring, little trou)Hll.uiiiania and whopping rough picking time. Some growers; consider ble should be experienced. It prolltuble to use It ns often iih twice Jackfon had a g.year-oto K- -t lti leg broken Saturday by each week, und this Is soiuetlmei nec- CRIBBING IS HARD TO CURE essary during periods of extended being nin against bv an automobile. drought. The cultivation should Mir One Man Succeeded hy Fastening an ' The little girl who arrived at the thu to n depth of tun to three Old Bicycle Tire Along Top home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jaeks. n Inches only, us part of the raspberry of the Manger. Apr. has been christened Margaret. roots nro (.hallow. Jinny growers hort-e- u Cribbing I u vice with some horse tho cultivator or burrow teeth width Our Seed Corn has arrived run next to tho plants, bo ns to disturb that Is hard to cure. One man nay and we ask ail who have samo tho young feeding roots near the sur- he succe.il.il by running n plecs of bought from us to call at once face us little us ixiKxIlile. Iron pipe through nn old bicycle tire Ijilcr tillage Is for the purpose of und fastening this along the to;i of and get it. . The thu manger. The horse didn't llku the Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. keeping down weiU und gnu-.esfields fchould be fret, of weeds during tusto of the rubber und noon forgot Mr. Spencer Scott, who I as been the winter fceusou, us mnny kinds start the bad Imbtt. very luw with Spinal meningitis at the quickly In thu rprlng and uro dllllcult home uf his sister, Mrs. Win Onstott to destroy nfti-- thu soli Is In tundltlon HELP MAKE EGGS AND MEAT is improving. to work. Autumn tillage, however, Mrs. Wm. Duncan ho has been to tends to develop new growth, which Is Certain Amount of Table Scraps and tender nnd somewhat more subject to Kitchen Waits Which Has FeedMartinsville, for treatment for rheu winter Injury than tho older growth. ing Value for Fowls, mutism returned home Saturday night Autumn tillage, therefore, should be and is improving slowly. uvotded as much us possible where Let tho tuble scrap help make eggs Mr. It. L. Grow, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. there la danger from severe winters. and meat. In every household no matMaintenance of Fertility. ter how economical tho housewife, Darker, Mr. und Mrs. Curt Darker The use of fertilizers In raspberry there Is n certain amount of able motored to Louisville Sunday, Mrs. plantations Is governed by the same scraps and kitchen waste which ha Thos. Darker going to visit her brother principles that apply to their use with feeding value, but which, If not fed.' I Mr. Ueazley who is In camp theie. other fruits. As soils vary In the uuaa- - finds It war Into the garbage pall. fPiepareJ y tho e u e n w a M a s e f0 : : Girls' Dresses! Boys' Wash Suils Mothers will surely be interested in our charming line of youthful dresses of Gingham, Chambrays and Voiles, ages 2 to (j years, S to 14 and 13 to 17, most reasonably priced, $1.50 to $5.00. Soldier and Sailor Wash Suits for boys with Car--- nd Hats to match. Price from $1.50 to $4.50. Ft!j v,.rnB.',ln,,'n,'''d,1V'"r',r'm e Wesft LIKE ' & Wiseman Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Results Tell. Main and Third Streets. oe.e6S3c0toaetscBoacoaMss83ae9 tttwoiwwciMwiwtMi There can be no Doubt B ACQ ft About the Results in Lancaster. ltesults tell the tale. All doubt is removed. The testimony of n Lancaster citizen. Can be easily investigated. What better proof can be hail? John Trimble. Stanford pike. Lan- raster, fays: "I have used Doans Kidney Pills with benefit when my kidneys have been out of order I suffered from weakness and dull pains across my back and loins. At i time, I couldn't do any stooping , over or lifting on account of the I sharp pains in my back. My kid-- I ncy nctcdirregularly, too. Dunn's I Kidney Pills relieved the pains in ray beak and put my kidneys in rood . ; cocking YOU know how tho rich out all pungent flavor of bacon there's nothing that tastes better. But you wouldn't lilw it raw. SI'S TOASTED So we toast the Burley tobacco used in LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes for exactly the same reason to briny out the rich, solid iiavcr. siir.ply c;nd'tion." Price GOc at all dealers. Don't ak for a kidney remedy-g- et same, fioan's Kidney Pills-t- he n Mr. Trimble had. that Co.. Mfgrs.. Kuffalo, N. V. poster-iti'bur- I'AINT LICK Mrs. Vina McWhorter was in Tut-daItlch-mon- j . , Mrs. Leilie Slosn was the recent guest nf Mrs. II. J. Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. Letvi (iuynn are the happy parents of h li.tl s"ii. Mi.s Minnie Woods waj the guest this week of Mrs. II. I,. Wallace. Mri. Hubert Walker and Mm. Viumbiy Wi.o Is were In Stanfuiil KUe.ta i.f Kits livlld Dennt. iu.'lt th ,r, jln Mr. ami Mrs. lio'.irt Lidmd and Mr. and Mis, 'Dios l,ol"n Mere in I.anva.ter Mundav evening to se "Tr.e Spv". Mr. W. II. Holers waa hen- Tuesday and gave a talk at the School about The boys are tliu Hoys Pig Club. creatlv interested unci the Club will prove a popular mine for our iiltle Parmer. and s QJ Guaranteed by Mas JhAJyteatA. ' y -- Our Seed ton has arrived wu ask all who have samo bought from us to call at once and tret it. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Tht "Mlnuto Men" from Paint I.lck county were attuned their districts Monday at the meeting and much enthusiasm is ! section of th in Lancaster, The Central Record.iThursday, April 18, 1918. 1 To A II lostore that HtlAL full complete line all that KLtLAoUritl trade show at ?. you a can and is required to furnish a house from cellar to of I " 1 v A. 1 T A W Tk V A V I T1 V a. KENTUCKY WILLS garret' TO WIN THE WAR 'PEOPLE DISPLAY THE RIGHT. SPIRIT TO HELP COYS AT FRONT. t'i il e nnd pic' of the lirgest and mut ! t stock o( houn furnishings ever shown in this iijritr.v. when Jon trade Willi in, Tin pne i cuii ...t be niijttiinK lut MIGHT. Our eipilp I A puuliae mmln here will bu in your homo within In lie Slate. merit foi m kinj delr.er..-sthn s I from i nc inn Iiiiui- lifter iuir oiiler-i- given, if the di'tn ce tl je not exceed over 35 mile. M Ul'lt SHittr. A VISIT. Yrni will enjoy it whether M-- buy or not. V hi have part i f tin1 1 lit 'l" tii; Hull) pity ji.ii to visit i ur ABE V.'iLLiilG TO SAVE WHEAT Ml 1 Ixiulsvllle, Ky. Telling blows against the Oermans arc being struck by tho Food Army ot Keatuckj tho army which Includos ' all tho farmers of tho country, all tha -- i ifTTWBl inii, city peoplo who aro raising war gar-donand all tho people In both city and country who tit down to three square meals a iliy. All parts of the In the army state are represented rulted by thn Food Administration and which, under the banner reading "Food S0 SCxTU Will Win the War" la conducting the t 5!xtK big Spr.ng urtenslto against wasto at homo and hui.gtr and want In the W.,ite (Iran Hwm $5 00 SxlO W lite firms Hugs $8. 75 runkB of thu Allied soldiers and their 10 00. s :) ij Jtl dependents Federal Food Administrator F. M Backett la pleared at tho work being dono. Kentucky Is a hard stato to reach, hut It can be reached, and it has sri'FsS(iUS TO A. K WIIF.KLLIt ITIINITl'Ui: CO Mr. Hoover's admon been reached. lllon, "Food Will Win tho War." la bo DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Danville's Largest and Rug Store. lng heeded, and President WUaon's In H!bt junction to "enlist In the servlco 01 thn Food Administration" is being fol lowed unresericdly. Ku-rcounty in the state has a l'oou Any mill, any mcr Administrator. chant, any farmer, any consumer trou bled by a vexing technical regula tion can get bis troubles rcmotcd, ot fettled, by going to tho nearest county seat And tho administrators without exception report a willingness to cn operate which is met with cverynher "It wheat Is needed, wheat will be raised In my cocnty, even though financial loss Is entailed," la tho uaj one administrator put It In conversa tion recently "Then if it Is necessary the peoplo uo raise it will sell It all sn our soldiers and their associate! In arms an get It, and themselves eat cornbrcad all tho )car." Something of that sama spirit hat been manifested both by producers and ' consumers everywhere In Kentucky IHIYANSV Mr. Sackett was not at all surprised at the composure with which the latest V. Ulna Mra. J. haa been quite aick wheat-savinregulation was promul I gated, for this very reason. Tbe latest ilaya. for regulation sajs no person must cat Mr. J. C. Williama whs in Louiiville more than six pounds of wheat s tills week on bujinejs. month, which Is one and one-hal- l v. K. I)avi spent pounds a week. Mr. and Jlra. Sunday with relatives in Jcaaamine. "And that means six pounds ot all Mra. Marahal tiuerrr.nt of Iiuiaville, kinds of wheat products, too," one ad ralnlstrator explained. "It doesn'l ia vinitinc her niece. Mra. Ilogan Hat-- . mean six pounds of bread, and then a lard. lot of maccaronl and cakes and crack Mr. and .Mm. Charley Thompson, ers, too. It means six pounds ot wheat penl the week end with friends at Mt. products per person per month." Soldiers and their families must I Vernon; have bread. Wheat Is tho only bread Mr. ami Mra, Owen Marahrl More-lai- d making product which can bo sent tc hove been recent viaitors in Kuropo now. Corn would germinate ffl Si. tJeorKetown. during the long Journey. Americas Mra. Wesley Walker 11ml children of and Allied soldiers must have wheal Danville, were the Kueata of Mra. II. bread or quit fighting; hence the Food Administration has asked tbe people 1. Swope, Sunday- of Kentucky to limit themselves to sir Mrs. Margaret Spaika of Nicholaa-vill- e, pounds of wheat flour per month. wai over to see her aiater, Mrs. Continue Wheatless Days. J. W. (ilats recently. Federal Food Administrator F. M Mr. und Mra. W. T. Woolfolk, Mi Sackett advises tho continuance ol Marguerite Woolfolk, and Mra. J, II. wheatless days. "Continued observ Dunn were out Sunday for a thort anco of wheatless days and meals will aid In keeping consumption down,' atay with relatives. Mr. Sackett said. "I'eoplo are ottered Our Seed Corn lias arrived the alternant o ot saving wheat b and we ask till wlio have same doing without entirely on certain days bought from tis to call at once and meals, or by using less at all times, but I would recommend both anil get it. Saving wheat a military Hudson, Hughes & Farnati, and Individual Isconsumption necessity must be Mr. J, llngan Ilallard, Mrs. It. C.J held to six pound a month It wo are ' lto.e, Mr?. Kliia II. Ilallard and Misa to win the war." "Potato Week" has been highly sue i.Mavrne Ilallard were in Lexington! crssful. Merchants everywhere push Itoae". j Wednesday to aee "Humbler ed tho sale of potatoes and It is be ' I The regular Quarterly meeting Ser-- ! lleved potatoes were found on the din vices will be held Saturday and i'u uiay Ing tahln at every meal In a majority Methodiat church, Tho preaid-- ' of homes. Mr. John W. Ilurns, of the at the t e, Foixl Administration ing elder, ICev. II. C. (Jreer of office in Louis 'Tjr c ' ..',o iec.-- . flr.a will be preient and all members Title, who has had years ot experience are rtiiueated to attend thcae acrvicea. t In tho milling business, estimates that tho peoplo of Kentucky havo saved Mr. mid Mra. Morgan Spurka, Mm I 10,000 j barrels of flo'ir by eating pota iter Hughe Sparks, Mr. und Mrs. II, tooa during "ToUto Week." 1,. KMer of Nicholasville, and Mrs. No Seizure Needed Here. Muraliul tluerront of Louisville, spent! cornea frorx The announcement SumUiy with Mr. und Mrs. Hogun 1 Fimplo, nM.fasliinncil, Immcly ingroilitits tho li;hul ' Washington that the appeal to farm .I r..P Mi. I!.uunl er of tho wholo United States to be by KrauUmotlicrg in tliu nM times before tho ilay longer atay. patriotic and brlrg all their wheat tc cf tcK'iiliutii'S mid doctors always Iiamly. A 'Patriotic meeting" was held ut market has met with an unsatlsfac Tropin pot tick In thoiin djy- n- Jiut tho lumo 113 now. tory response in some sections of the Conflu and rol J worried tho thoughtful uudolervlni; probJthe Ilrjantiville High School building; country that haa been they knew how quickly u rold ably mure than now, rather dlatress jTueaday night. Judge 0, A, Hardin lng. It tho Washington announcement could run Intu soinethlnt; more n'ilmu,u d.uiRcr lo bo dreaded Stanford, j bad been put In plainer i and Mr, Kendrick Alcorn of with n doctor mllei uuuy and money Bcune. words, II I Bo tho pungent, clean and wholeomo t.ir of tho plno and being the apeakeri and both gave muit , would read: "Some American farm tne Kilmy, taiti-ful- , demulcent honey of tho bee wero cum. Instructive unci Interesting talks on "era are not patriotic. Tbey think more blnrd with curallvn pl.mn found In for lit cud UclJ to tuako Hon. J. 10. Kobinson of! of getting a little extra money foi the War. a remedy for cough and cold. Lancaster was also present und gave their wheat than tbey do of the Anier Remedy Now Improved Old Home-Mad- o a short talk which was very interest-- 1 lean and associate soldiers who need elutlllclty tt-- l and riimin-uui- l Tlin old tirni-inUiimu Ibau Ul)varilha Amur Ing. It being the first time that Judge j bread so badly." fur niiir Kulrr A (Vi.. 1eirroTl uim'dIijt bail in Koler'a ami , Ilut Washington has sent out anoth Jlmir aoit Tar CuuiiKiuud a Hardin ever spoke here, he was re. 1 ara auif ,af mwtirinAfor (amllr use. coubIn luinli-ra- . announcement, it la that unless ceived with great enthusiasm and as er aaultarr laboratorlM (rem lh frsiheit Ilia i irimrr-- l the farmers market their wheat by and llui lotfriNllault that muui-- can buy iu ILo Utf.t and U( he ia ity popular in this community, luaikela ul tUo wufU. May 1 tho Covernment may solto it. every one considered it a rare treat to Kentucky farmers can not under You Get It At Little Coit and No Troublo hear him. stand why such drastic action should II rari to lHi Fulej'a llonrf an-- l Tar b tha hoa. nadjr to lata I to taitant ni.lfd. be, necessary. croup, tickhua Ibrual, Kentucky farmers, realIt aim irumi.ti,lit from count". cul.l. ia.aioilie ami bnmclilal cuuiiIk, Ilmmi ia Oc, Wo ami ll.nl boilloa wuuoi.lu' couah, la erli ise that a farmer who holds on to bis Courage and Happiness. cviuTaM tuaalf fua boutbtlb lnri'dloU at retail aud tulled tbcm juurmll. Duties and burdens often fall heav- wheat when the army seeds It, trying wrlllra tratlmnnlali to Felj 4 Co. IIV TboD.ttxli aul Ihontaa-l- i ut mulhara h ily upon young shouldera. Hut cour-ag-a to extort more money la paymont '1 bats tha tulloolua'troiuiliiMltaUlbelau.Hiu.lsrriivUauicU.bo.raalli.CoLu.l ary Sua,'1 triad fjIc' Uwicj aud Tar Couiuuuuil, and happiness In their beit forms, therefor, la just a heartless as tha come through bearing burdens bravely. man who refuses to give a soldier a Stormes Unirf Store. drink of water. ptm e uf lf Rug Department ami just fir for yourself what wonderful t "U wo have to offer in the wav of ltutf. W - art-- tlii,virg a big line of Waitu t:) firas Ittigs thii designed iwon Delighted With Food Administrator Splendid Enthusiasm cf Clue Crass Gtate To Give Up Men, Money and Food For Liberty's Cause. Saving Paint Don't save paint bj' letting your house ro without it. Cheaper far to save the houtc than the paint. Dutch Boy whitc-Icamixed with rure linseed oil, spreads easily, covers thoroughly, and does not blister or crack, no matter how severe the assaults of sun, rain, or snow. Our nssortment of paint, oils, varnishes, etc., is of best quality throuEhout. J. E STORMES nii.l Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand WMie-Lea- spec-IhIi- take the Itrus.els, Axminsters d 4t) nnd Velvets which liave been forced to a very high mark iIiik tn the war. Our Walle Hugs lire beautiful In (ilh" pattern attractive and artistically figured. In a very beautiful Tan, Ilrown, Green and ll.ue pHttern. Trice iru itcd aie unusually low. 27x64 Walle Grass Hug, $1 "5 R. E. McKOBEKTS. GREY EAGLE Grey.Eagle 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. Sapp-Slat- m Furniture Co. furniture Taft Napoleon 6296 is lGh hnntls hifh, standard measure. Also LET'S WIND HIM UP Hills Napoleon 4th, HS3 1 6295 Is 15 ' hands liiijh by the standard. These Jucks tire by Hills Nopoleui 3:d, 37C6: lie by Uaughinnns bj fitsi INaiiIctn 17SI: lc i inmlcotijgfSl: C'd Nrteleic. Ij- Tbeilnm Ltiiii; I'tntt.el-vfc4 tie liy Ji,l,n Motfon. Sr.. 4 by Mcrnindi:ke. Uttj. I y like Piblrn. Kcnu:tk Best. 2nd dam Jne Blackburn Ur.-J- 3n) com I)ais 1215. lst. : ' Tide Icuse and these Jacks will Mind nt my jilr.ee rn the Iluckeje ard Lnrcaster pike, ire mile Seuth of Iluckeje ct the same prices: $8.00 for.HorselColt. $10.00 for Mare Colt. $20.00 for Jennet. bleeders. kUi.AII care.taktn to irent accidents Lut not my en tii.belnumbertene Tbete Jacks aitS jears old.lecui c. biuck Iwilh vl.tte loints te(cni-ib'- Bnd have tkculd rny occur. T. O. HILL., Phone;338-G- . Buckeye, Ky. 'Trivine 5795 ('lictnut'stirrel, t5Ji hands hiflh r.rd a fine individual.',' He will mnle the sensfin of 1018 nt my bntn 3h miles East of Lancnstrr and 2'i u lies 'below Hyatis' ille tt KRT'J $15.00;TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Thrivine 57G5, sired by Rex Peavine. J7CG, be by Rex McDon ald 833, by Rex Denmark 840. by Crit - lers Denmark. Dam. Guilty 950. by Verdict 1C21, by Ccrro Gdtlo 1022, by Black Squirrel 58. Will also at the same time and plucc stand my big black Jack (krown as the Maik Goins Jack) J A KiE lie Buy A Liberty Bond Today is 15.1 hands hip.li, good bepe and heed He will make the secson ntj undo number one Jack. &510.00 TOflNSURE A LIVING COLT. Season due if mare is parted with. Care taken to prevent acci dents, but not usri risible sliciiki ar occur. I ?FRANK ARNOLD. Foley's Honey YES, Tar BLEUCHER 46158 Thlswell bred und well known show hojse will niMke the season of 1918, at my barn at s' $20. To insure a Living Colt. It is useless to mention his brtrdibii so well known is e in this rnd conimunitv..1 Theie is no better bred bene livinj'. His of the 1 ic Champion Road Class and tlhe; Champion Ciassjat the Kentucky State Fair Breeding His colts me Places him nboveny other! hoinm 1 rne in Ktnti cky line and selOilpJi when put on the market. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. to The Central Record, Thursday, April 18, 1918. AMPLE WOOD FUEL Statement Of The Ownership, Mature-men- l, The New Spring Wirtbmors are Hre and Still Priced at Just $1.00 It's a Habit of Thrift to buy i FARMER'S COLUMN f Irculilion, Etc., Required Ef The Acl Of CoDjresi of RESERVE ADVISED Abundance of Co.nl Supply Next Winter Seems Unlikely. COMMUNITIES CAN GIVE AID A .rain Wim ini, heulm i, tut in exeto ,e in 01 our liun r nrllrs. sihI I, f,.r Aofol 2, 1912. trn i be ssis or s. tli-N- ,of. sisiti lrmr i esutiol .1 OHO, 4'i'l tii iouiriii free .1 ' Ml m Of The Central ltecord, published tnch Hunt on ff,it to sitter-tlfo- . weekly at Lancaster, Kentucky for eet'ti,i nrvr lonr April 1st, 13 IB. i. .nr. ol the Ky, .1 Gunranteed to fit perfectlj' and give en- Number one fresh milk cow for sale. J. (I. Conn. Worthntor Dollar Waists tire As fast as the express could brini them, these new models in the Wirtlimor came to us from the great new Wirthmor factory. They'r NEW ami CORRECT In Style ns Wirtlimor Waists always nre.nnri they possess the same high standard of quality, that unvarying standard that has made them the favorite of thinking, thrifty, prudent women throughout an entire nation, A Collection of Remarkable Values in Jfevj Szzizs and Che Suits Thee spring models will impiess you, first of all, with their simplicity and gentility. They are developed in serge, gaberdine. Poiret twill. trie- oiine, velour checks, in all the desired colorings. The Coats A ' of alluring new models is rendv for your inspection. New Empire, belied and sashed models are "hown, featuring fine qualci! throughout. ity silvertones and trico'.ices. Isr.ci fill. splendid v;triet 1 1 DiGker son, Lancaster, Ky. STANFORD cordial welcome ar.d his ud.Iresj Ithoroun'y enjoten. was help to produce pork rapidly and cluap- iiy mm auo neip improve ine ami. inei Marshal George T. Wool and 0tlieri" County Clerk Coopr is improvire local offl:ialartnklns It "hot" forow I'" d much easier to handle, alowly. ,nlthoMwlioareusjciatlnit with "John ' " m who know and by those who Mrs. Wallace Walter is visiting . tl , M...L i have irrown sovs. it Is freelv uredicted Cincinnati. wh' lh' W becomes well ki.own I'earlCarr. colored. Saturday for Mra. W. II. O'Bannon who has been inir whiikHV. and she was glien a flnel" wl" completely suppiunt tpecowpea. quite ill is much improved. Saturday . 'f al1 lle ""ove sftements are truel or iO) and 30 days in jail. Mils Pearl Sopsr of lxington. ha night Marshal Wood urreiled 1'edro would it not b well for the farmers of been the guest of ilus Klizabth Carter. Green and several others of Kings jGarrard county to study the soy bean Mrs. Hughes of Lancaster it the Mountain, who were returning from w'lh the idea of every farmer in and had several cases of I rafC' County growing a small patch?, Kueutof her daURhter, .Mrs. J. W. Acey, whlskev. Thev were nlaced In iail With cni and soy bean there can be " """ 'mpi in a Mr. and Mr. T. K. Tudor lire the a,,J la,er released on bood. of lh" ,l.,rouK1' eV'rul proud parents of u little daughter in Mr. Kobert L. I'orter. aged 75 jears, i'"cf idled Tu, day morning in his room in Record to give some directions for the their home. ' IU (""'"K " hall, ufter sin illns.fa Capt. John N rtiei.ou-oi (.amp the OJ.l .. Feliowa ... , lfU ..... .1 t.. .. .i Zachary Tavlor. ttimm Sunday hero nf a. ..I. invniber of tho Cliristiuu . church and Soj beans', or sola jan. have been with homefol!;s. i every grown In China und Japan since un-- 1 i Mr. and Mrs. J. A Ileuzley end stood high hi the estimation of by two boos, Mr. j cient times. Although intrmlu.-eInto' daughters of l.ai.caster spent Sunday one. He is survived William I'orter of this county and I'.ob. tto U. S. as early us 1S23 they at- -' afternoon with Mrs. Will Hays. Funeral j traded little attention until the early ert I'orter of Kell Illinois. Mrs. H. N. Jones and Miss Sareh services were h!ld at the Cniistiuti eighties unl again In IDOU when the Hunu ore visiting tlie former's ilouijh chaicli Tuurday ...... i... morning by iiev. ir. S ,.f A. ter, Miss Louise Moore at Helen. i much can no none tins snrluz In the Hov.'urd lliuzelton und interment lol introduce large rumbers of Varieties mt.i.Ho nnil Vorlli Attnnlle nnil T.nln pop. 0....... Since then Ski's and Mayme M , """""J ularitv lias gruduilly increased a, their crop work Is pretty well along, only nn vreu wrcnaru, were neru n.inuay. value becnnirs more evident due largely occnslonal day can bo devoted to this to ths introduction nf .urieties better work. A hlir drive for winter wood u" uutuw Kev. A. A. Higgins aid bride of Louisville, have been the Ku,t3 of his Its History And Qualiucaliucs As A Food .uiled to the wide ringe of soil and' fuel Is belnc; plnnned for the South claim acid conditions found In the Unit-- , beginning In August when crops nro pirenU, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Hi,;gins. ed States. Kentucky is very favorably "laid by." Kvery rainy or Idle day Product Mrs. Carl A. Carter end handomo situaten for tho pioduction of this crop nnd every other day that' can ins-dhlbo spared hhould be uicd In chopiilng little son, KdA'in Dspauw Carter, left These Hie indeed stn r u jus limes ai.d und the writer believes It (a destined to vvoml In order to have on hand n supFriday to join Mr. Carter a( Ilaton tinu'i of rapidly cliangii.g conditions. Uecon.o one of tho most irnKirtant ply of seasoned wood. The forext , Li. Constantly ve aie getting co'ninunica. crops of the state und one that willj fcrvlce nnd tho states relation pervlco friends of Francis A. Wealherford tiens from Washington askini.' for piove Very pmlltahie as n iii'.i.ey crop. of the department nf ngrlriilture nod have received cablegrams announcing iuoiie, for tu.uiers, lor - iij builiieia H"u as a.i mil in nuinlatring the fer-hi- s the vurlous stiito colleges of ngrlcul-tur- o with tho federal safe arrival in France. lire lie is a and our fanners urn now UioK- - culitd tility of the eoil Soils are great gath- held clerk. npon to pioduce cei tain kinds of foods er of Mtrogen tho nodules on n heal fuel administration In this natlon-wld' thy vigoious plant will often fill u ten i f'"'' cnmpalsn help most in winuim,' tl.o News comes from Fort Thomas l.that , wnllh tho HughReiJ Foste.- is improving and war One of ihe foods which the rov cup SMiy beans are will be ub!e U leturn home in u few ernmiut is u.kii. tl.u farmer to pro-lay- only piM.t which on be grown in this MANURE IS OF GREAT VALUE ducu this ear is the soy or fcoja Uan ststo for grain ai d yet improve the His mother la at his bedsida. soil ut the same time. TI.e next nili-cl- e Farmer Who Is Not Paying Attention Mr. E. T. Hay and family of New-po- rt a comparatively new ciop to moat of to Fertilizer Is Overlooking Imwill del I with theditrvrent varieties News, Va, have rented and moved the fanners of Guiraid Couutv. portant Point The following roaaoiH aiu given by suited tn our county and methods of Into the home of W. 0. Walker on our government for ul.ing tho lurmir Hlng tho beans as they cun be grown Danville St, Mr. Walker movinj: to his Tho value of Jiarnyanl has to produce sov bean., 1st they contain for grUn, for hav ot for hogging down. always been recognized, immure profarm. but the !2i) per cent of fat and !5 W. H. Kogers. per cent of necessary to preserve the ferMr and Mrs. itcymond Haselden, ' tection County Agent. protein (muvcie and blocd b'jilJnig tility of the manure has not been recng. Miss Jane Haselden, Mrs. I'attle Anmaterial). This is ton tiniva as much tilled. The value of manure on difderson and Miss Alberta Anderson of .. -- I. ...t.. ......i Avoid the D.'ccourager. ferent (.oils Is Illustrated by experi' Lancaster were here Monday night to Honictlniiw people grow discouraged ments In different porta ot the state f see Miss Elizabeth Anderson. soy beans is more nearly that of meat because their vvorl; does Hot aeem to by the Missouri college of agriculture. Fwald and June Givens and William and eggs than any otner crop grown. count for luuih. A taper lay In a As nn nvemge of nil experiments on llenke left Monday for Indianapolis, to Protein and fats are the most impor- drawer, whence lis owner took It out outlying fields barnyard manure hua report for duty, having olfered their tant compounds in the food uf cur sol- und carried It away. "Where are you brought a return of $1.00 a too, al'To, though on aouie of the fields the reservices to the government to take the diers and our citizens who will stay at taking inej" asked the taper. allow big shins their wnv arross llm turn lias exceeded $3.00 a ton. On one training for mechanical positions. home. sea," was the reply, "But no ship could ' experiment field tho return has been ut Lieut Gov, James D. Mack, of Soy beans are easy to j;roiv, harvest aeo by means of my tiny giit. , tho rate of J UO u ton. These expert-"Lv- e who addressed the Libartv and thresh and will yield twice as much thut to me," said the owner, tnenta ahow that the fanner who Is Service League and those Interested In per acre as will navy beam. They are as he lighted the big lantern and blew not cnrlng for. his; immure Is overlook-th- e Ing a most Important source of rev taper out. this league, Saturday night, wai given food for both man and least ai.d will "" ""K" "'' ... '"u" ... WaNTED-35- 00 tobacco stick. Laying In Plentiful Supply of Well. J. A. Conn, Jr. Seasoned Firewood Will Help In Relieving Overburdened Trans, KOK SAI.K-ltegist- red Jersey cow will) calf at nide. A good one. portatlon. It. C. Wood., l'aint l.lck Ky. (TrejuircJ he the tnltf.l Ftates Department of Agriculture ) Two fresh cows for sale, Joe Cris- An ample vvcwxl fuel reserve for next 333-Iwinter should lx tin- - nlm of every rlty. cilli". I'hone No. town, nnil country resident. No one FOIS SALE; About eighty bale of known how much conl then- - will ! for general fuel purposes. An nhiindanre giaxl timothy hay. I'hone 310. John N. Itoss. of conl seems unlikely. Coal Is pnrtlcit-larl- y needed for war IniliKtrt,-- . ship-piKirst Class Seed Corn for Sale. nnd our nlllcs. Communities ran I". I render themelve far leu dependent I'rewilt. II. K I). 1 on conl nnd alio lulp In relieving nn I'hone ISMMi. trnnpnrtntl'm by laying overburdened 1 wenty two goo.) stock heifers ami In n plentiful supply of 25 good steers for sale, at my farm at firewood. lluhlile G. A. Swluebrosd Start Municipal Woodyards. Municipal woodynrds have been I FOIt SALE; Yellow Drouth I'rocf started In many town nnd cities nnd nre working very ftirresn fully. North seed corn. I.arye variety. Tent guarCarolina hm between forty nnd fifty anteed. J5.00 a bushel. of them. Such n vvoodyard oernted I. T. Shrphard. I'alnt l.lck. Ky. ly the municipal officers or private companies Miotild lie In operation nil Tested seed oats and all kinds of spring nii.l summer In every town, where wood can bo obtained, building field seeds for sale. up n fuel reserve for next winter. War Hudson, Hughes S. Farnau. fuel companies have lieen organized KOI! SAI 1' IT. ,!,..., II...... I In..... In the towns In New Hampshire. Ten-- i nessoo. nnd come other states. Those oth Hock eggs. T5c per setting of lt nxpnnsiiuci ror the government or eggs. Mis. Ilegan Italian!. nnil roiiimuniuc snoinii ini;e lliynntsville, I'hone "5. step once to guard against illHlcultlct when the next cold weather coiner Karly Indiana Vellow Peeil Corr. Wood Abundantly Available. Tested "(! per cent. $G. and t'.M per It 1 n matter of common knowledge bushel. Jacob II. White, that In many localities where no i It. 2 I'ainl Ijck. Ky. nbundantly nvnllahle, nlmoU nt the very doors of the former, that coal FOIS SAI. II A good Jack and joung Jan. 1H, 19 has lieen hauled from flip to ten mllei ofcl, solid hay siuu coming tnree I Will ..II ....,1. ,1. mtit irtu i ,t.i HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. 1'. i; Foley. Hackly. Kv monei 2 2S 4t This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our Single Comb Ithode Island lied eggs lands for a period of three vears we for sale, from prize winning strain. bind ourselves not to hunt theieon, nor 'Tj cts per setting I'iione 40 J. permit anjbo.lv else to do so. ard wj Mrn K W. I'erkins, Lancaster. K. further agiee to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game 100 bales ot d.HK hay for sale. laws of Kentucky or trespass un n ou George SHwnamorf . lands for the purpose of hunting Ana we further agree to act as Deputy-GamFOIS SAI.K. Seven new heftoi g Wardens for the purpose ,f 'brakes. J. . Thompson. out this agreement. Karept each I'reschersville. K. I'hone 3o0 ll. of us have the right to kill rabbits mi FOU SAI.K. Family mare and gen- our .'arms or ermlt It to be done by another under our suwrviilon, or the tle imiiy. Will sell cheap. 4U T. W. Conn. supervision of some resiinsible and reliable person selec'eil by us. Ilarred I'lvmouth llock eggs from This November 15th, 1KI5. .'t. L. Klkin choice strain. 73c for 15. l'hune 47-J. K. Itobinson, Urjantsville exchange. Ino. M. Farra, W. II, Drown. Mrs. J. W. Mahan, Lancaster Ky. W. II, llurton. Alex Walker, Ilaielden Ilros. T. A. Klkin. J. II. Daltcn. F. M. Tinder. John II. Smith. l.ogn Hubble, G, M. Deshon, J. N. Itoss. Fisher Herring II. II, Cox. Hughes Ilroi, J. W, SweeneV, Withers Ilros, W. M. Mahan. 4 " Municipal Wood yard In Operation. William, Marcus and Jim White. Hlila tiifHiiit In nmnv to ftlinfilr tliMtn II. F. Wilmot. J. I). I'ope, ense the deprlvutlon of cltlen of coal Fred J. Conn, D. Mrs. David Chenault, "lch could not ..eenre w.kmI and ban J, vV. Klmore, W. It. Cook. caused much harcMdp nnd suTerlnc. T. C. Itanlin. llulTmnn Ilros, UVHMI Wll lilt- - 'ilt 1 Ml .nill- ''"'I""""" towns during tlio pmt nam Cotton. Wm. G, Anderson. munltlei and T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. 11. Moss winter hai been eminently aucci-nfu- l Olllee at Itainey a Livery Stable. It. Ii Henry. Jno. M White In many places In the entern I'lilteil . llright Iterifri .States, bringing much wood Into tin. L'Uirasler, Kentucky A. D. Hradshaw, It. I.. Darker. Scott HulTnin' nnJ nt Prlc ranging molly from $r. s V" ror'1 fnr ,nv" w"h1 ''diver. ' to Wm. and l.izziu Onstott I nntlng "i.roh leering-- , - "'"" dim Clj'" " I oer 'eo County of liurrard, Stale of Ilefore me, a Notary Public in ard for the State and county aforesaid, personally apieared It. 1.. Klkln, who having been duly sworn according to law, deposes ami says that he is the Puliliiher of the Centrnl ltecord. I. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, nnd business managers are; Publisher, Central ltecord, Lancaster Kentucky Hditor, J. K lSnbinson. Lancaster Ky Managing Kditor. It. L. l.lkln, Lan caster, K). Ilusiness Manager, IS, L, Klkin, Lan caster Ky. That the owners are;(Gite names and addresses of Individual owners, or if a corHirntion. give its name and the names und addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of tho total amount of stock.) J. K. Itobinson, Lancaster Ky. Frances C. Itobinson, Lancaster Ky. It. L. Kikin, Lancaster Ky. Central ltecord, Incorporated, Lancaster, Ky. 3. That the known bondholders, uoitgages, and other security holders owning oy holding 1 per cent or mori. of total amount of bond, morlgg es, or other securities are; None. 5 That the average number of copies of each issue Is this publiratian sold or distributed, through the mails or other wise, to paid aubscribers iur-In- g the six months preceding tho date shown above is (This information is required from daily publications only). It. I UUn. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 15th day of April I'.US. W. F. Champ, Notary Public. Larcas- ter. Ky, (My rommlsilon Kapirei jar CARDS. '.. and Dentist. Dr. Wm. Veterinary Pryor, Surgeon J. A.Betsziev MINERAL DIRECTOR T J"- ' Olllce Over National Hank, Kesidenre I'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 I.ANCASTKIC, KV. way Snf.fey? '"I. .J. PATRICK, . D'ii-itltit- 4 a .utt ilostorspve Ittrtr, r. i ;o broa-- t her hoKi U Clt. s:io -3 iiitt red so much at . . . t ja;. Having liccrJ, cf Cardul, we Irs. J. A. Cox, .i, Y. Va., viii:;: ".Mr .. LTcatsrrlliy. G.CvU.': net turn In bed . . . fie T.Ac)t, Kontuokv. bnaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. notllfor her." 1 'A Lf.gi Tonic McRoberts. Tlio Wortisfi's ii a w ua 3, i tic viz- p;n to i. Improve," Mrs. Cox cor.lir.utj, ''end bad no trouble at... Cardul cared her, ana wo ilsa V. A. WHEELER DENTIST I.ANGSTKIt, KENTUCKY, ' 1 Ollli'e over Stormes Drug Store, Hours 8 12 a.m. 1 i p,m( ":30-Dp.RQOtCTCKKPrNO Builneu.Phonoariphy TYPEWRITING and I TELEGRAPHY Its CmldMl at ssskios iuIbm, sIm m rottss m. .n't woia.s r.r UdiMWlLUIIH K. I's praises cvcrywlicrc." We receive many thcu-tln- ds ot clmilar tellers every year, telling ol the r.ood Cartlul lu3 done (cr wenea who sutler Iron complaints to common la their sex. It chould do Try Booa, too. U. E-- a. riolivri.Bt r.rs fllUS. .n.rv ael lialTH.Llslu,Ur. Is ai.rtsstll SI'U nt.r raw,