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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 25, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918042501_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 25, 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. TWENTY NINTH YKAft LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 25. 1918. NUMBER Hi arnEn CORN 4. BF1F15 CUTTING CUL-TIPACRE- FOIl SALE-- An perfect condition. Old Time lied in Call thm office. SOLDIER-LOVE- COURT DAY CROWD LARGE PLANTERS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, MOWING MACHINE The old verses of a soldier-lover'- s Are you putting that conserved hour to (rood use for your country? parting to- his sweetheart have n keener meaning to us theo war f!. 1,,,.., days; and we have n new thrill in small the lines running; LOST Silver rln(? With diamond In center. Reward if left "And this inconstancy is such, That you, too, shall adore; nt this ofllcc. I could not love you, dear, so much, The hen's reprieve has expired Loved I not honor more." and Riddle may now prepare to Certainly not the tentlmcnt of the final debt. Vy slacker. A noted In BUT LITTLE BUSINESS DONE. $193,550.00 GARRARD COUNTY EXCEEDS QUOTA. MONEY AND HAY RAKES. How would you like to save on your impurchase besides getting a first-clas- s "A plement. It pays to see us about your wants. Our are Just wtiat yon are looking for. BUGGIES Brothers. rii IE LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. DC We regret to chronicle the fact LOST Grey overcoat, with black that Tcrsey Ilurnsidc is still quite velvet collar. Initials) "II. V. 0." Ke sick and is now confined at the II. V. llastln. to Norton Infirmary, Louisville, ward to finder. which place he went nbout ten days Up to date no enterprising Paris ago. His brother, Joe Burnside, reporter has interviewed von was with him most of last week. We to learn how he likes the trust he will soon be relieved of his city. nervous trouble and may soon be It might be suggested that Amer- able to resume his duties In this of ican mobs couldn't harm the enemy fice, where he is so badly needed aliens if the latter were safely be and so mush missed. hind iron bars. Gosh! actress Is billed to appear Pair of Silk Stockings", That ought to draw a house, QUITE SICK. Conn M 1 wen I . s bms 5 made to measure. BIG LINE ALL WOOL SAMPLES I 1 W I 'S i I y Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. I EVERYTHING NEW. We hnve a complete line of Groceries, PAINT BRUSHES, PATENT MEDICINES. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, THE FAMOUS STAR BRAND SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. A NICE LINE OF WALL PAPER, STATIONERY. AGENT FOR THE DANVILLE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CO. VISIT OUR ICE CREAM PARLOR. WE SELL GASOLINE. L. T. KIRK, PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. I I I For Sale! I 25 10 3 Farms of any size or location. City Dwellings modern and attractive. netting 7 per cent to owners. Business Properties D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Real Estate. Insurance. Farm Loans, And now it develops that the Dr. Crayton S. Brooks will deliver cubist movement in art had its origin In Germany. Another reas his great lecture at the Christian on why the Hun should be sup church this evening, on the Passion I'lay, tomorrow evening his subject pressed. will be "The Great War". These Von Illn, the Hun seems to have ore very popular lectures and Dr. struck n stone wall. lirooks is having favorable com Uncle Carranza must be getting ments from the press throughout mighty impatient waiting for Ger- the country where he has given many to keep her promise and de them. Both lectures are illustrated liver Texas to him. with beautiful colored photo-Viop- ti Dispatches tell us that Secretary con pictures. Every body is asked Raker has sat before three Kings to hear these lectures, no admission during his visit to the other side. being charged, but an offering will Shucks, that didn't put any change will be taken. and beautiful language and at its BOYS CALF CLUB He can always hold on Newt. brought forth hearty conclusion TEACHERS better band than three kings. applause from the members present. TO BE ORGANIZED IN COUNTY. At a recent meeting of the Board The gift was made as a token of esWe have put in a Corn Dryer and Working In conjunction with are heating the corn to about 300 of Tmstees of the Lancaster Graded teem with which Mr. Joseph is held County Agent Rogers, Mr. 0. Ker-che- r, and High Schools, the present corps in the lodge, being one of its most degrees heat and thereby making of Lexington, who has charge a Meal that is good, wholesome and of teachers was reelected as follows: active members for the past seven of all the boys clubs over the state years, in which time he has occupied I dry," Miss Delia Tinder, 1st. grade, Try it and you will be pleased of Kentucky, nn effort is being Miss Amanda Anderson, 2d. grade. every chair in the lodge, with credit Garrard Milling Co, to himself and with all honor to this made here to organize a boys calf Miss Mao Elmore, 3rd. grade. club in this county. Already about worthy fraternity. Ilerlln news pa pern object to the Miss Ada Itich, 4th. grade. boys have petitioned Mr. Mr. Joseph in responding to this five tone of the President's latest mes Miss Martha Kavanaugh, Sh grade sage, wherein he assures that we token of appreciation, said that Rogers to become members and he Mrs. T. Currcy, Cth. grade. words were inadequate for him to informs us if he can get a total of shall use force to destroy force. Miss AUic Hendren, 7th grade. Why their objections? Hasn't the express his gratitude as he would ten or twelve the organization is Miss Eliza Smith, 8th. grade. assured. The idea is to furnish each kaiser declared he wants no soft Miss Mary Delcamp, Miss Eliza like to, but that he was grateful boy with a registered bred heifer of peace? beth Scott nad Miss Bettie Robinson from the bottom of his overflowing heart for the beautiful remem the short horn type, the cost to be High School. The i Aiil..now complaints come, from P. II. Hopkins, Superintendent. brance, and as n sequel to the happy' about $250. for each heifer. all over the country that, in spite occasion, he invited the entire lodge, Garrard Bank and Trust Company Mrs. May Hughes Noland, Music or government orders to the conto be his guest at the Puritan, to a have agreed to furnish the money Teacher. trary, wholesalers arc hoarding delightful luncheon which was to the boy, with hie father's security, thus enabling him to get his start. food stuffs to make a killing on thoroughly enjoyed by all TO DO HER BIT, to the soaring prices. Will we never stop In leaving for military service in Lying in close proximity this piracy? Every bog among the Miss Molly Worthington, of Dan the United States government, Mr. ready sale can be had for the bull lot should be promptly placed be ville, has offered her services to Joseph takes with him the best wish mountain counties of the i'.at?, a hind bars and be taken Secretary Daniels of the U. S. Navy es of the entire community, for he calves, for most of the cattle bought over by the government. Our pco and has been accepted. It is not will be greatly missed by his busi- in this and adjoining counlLj, come The pie can be crowded too far. known Just what the character of her ness associates here, where he has from tfiese mountain counts movement is certainly a wcrtl.? one work is. Miss Worthington was been actively engaged all his life. According to a dispatch from in Washington attending the D. A. and will have the backing of the Buenos Aires, the Swedish vessel It. congress as page when she decidKentucky Breeders Short Horn SIMPSON ACQUITTED on which Count Von Luxburg was Association. ed to offer her services to Secretary granted a safe passage home now Daniels. Since Boys ranging In ages from twelve the outbreak of the BY FEDERAL JURY AT RICHMOND. refuses to accept him as a passen war Miss Worthington has been ento eighteen is desired and .those inSimpson, of this county. terested should consult ger. The Count, id will be remenv gaged In James with Mr. demonstration work and has charged bered, was declared to be suffering with making disloyal re Rogers, our county agent, at once. been very successful, and has done acquitcd in the Federal from dementia. It may be that her share in the great fight to win marks was he has visions of the fate he recom court at Richmond last Tuesday, the war. Danville Advocate. SWINEBROAD SALE He was charged with making threats mended for Argentine vessels against the life of President Wilson. HOME PLACE BRINGS "sinking without leaving a trace- "$210.55 AN ACRE bclng applied to the vessel that FOR HIS COUNTRY'S CAUSE. A number of witnesses were called The' Swinebroad farm containing should carry him. It may also be One of the colored boys, James from this county, some of whom that the vessel's officers apprehend Pcrdom, who left for Camp Zachary testified to have heard him make the 240 acres was sold yesterday by its the One of the owner, Mij G. B. Swinebroad, some such fate, if the treacherous Taylor, with a number of others. threatening remarks. Count is permitted to embark with writes the following to his mother, witnesses being J. A. Beazley, who real estate man, to Messrs J. C. them. showing that his heart is in the cause on the stand stated; "that he had Rankin and F. F. Fitzpatrick, for $210.55 an acre. This is the highfor which he Is called to fight: "I a conversation with Simpson in was called to the war on March 29th, store in Lancaster on county court est price farm sold at public auction JURY MONEY. to fight for the country In which we day, on October 22nd, 1917; that lie in this section up to this time. There is but one reason for the Trustee of the Jury Fund, J. J. Walk live. I feel that It Is my duty to was in the rear of the store and er, Jr., informs us that the March jury go and shed my heart's blood if that Simpson was there, and that he high price, and that is that it is one money Is ready for distribution. necessary, that the younger genera- was on the committee to sell the of the best that has ever been offertion may have peace for years to second Liberty Bonds In that county ed. Although tho day was rather come. If I never return, don't weep and that he asked Simpson if he cold the crowd was there and the RED CROSS EXCHANGE. for me, for I gladly give my life wanted to buy any Liberty Bonds, bidding was spirited, not u by-bi- d was ever made on the farm or any of The Girls American Club will to n cause that I know and believe and that Mr. Simpson replied: "No, I will not buy any Liberty the personalty offered, A splendid have nn exchange at Haseldcn's Is right." Bonds, or anything else that will dinner was served by the Red Cro?s Store next Saturday, It should be well patronized for the proceeds HIGH SCHOOL BIBLE. CLASS. help this government out in this chapter, of Hubble, and something A cuke war. I voted for Wilson because over $200' was realized. f the sale will go to the Garrard The Lancaster High School Bible they said that he would, keep us out being offered, was sold several County Ited Cross chapter. Study Class which began its work of this war and now damm his old times and $50, was netted for this Feb. 4th., finished the ten lessons soul, he has gone and got us into It. one item. RED CROSS CORN. Live stock sold well; 25 yearling April 10th, and took the examina The President, Congress, Senators Mr. D. M. Lay, of Bryantsville, tion April 10th. The State V. M. and Cabinet ought to be lined up steers bringing $C3 a head. Cows brought to this ollice last Monday, a C. A. sent .out the questions brought from $100 to $125; tous mid against a wall and shot." decided freak in an ear of mm it ltov. II. S. Hudson held the exami Other witnesses coroborated the ready to farrow, selling for $03 to was a perfect white ear, except on one nation. The following boys have statement of Mr. Beazley, the con- $85; stock hogs bringing $30 a head sme mere was eight grains that were been regular in the Bible Study versation taking place at other Registered Jersey bull calves, frcm deen red and formed h nerfni-- t rm... Class: Hudson Frlsbie, president; times. The other Government wit- $20 to $40. Farming Implements all secretary; nesses, were; L. G. Davidson, John sold well. ijuiw n luiiu.iiv unu aiiraciea George A. Swlnebroad, much attention. Boliver Bond was on the block Elisha Carrier, Vol Cook, S. D. Morris, Royston Ray, Marshall Ray, and Eugene Cochran, Francis El- and Bascom Ford. The defendant, when the land was sold and our own KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT. liott, Bowman Grant, Henry Moore, Simpson, stated on the stand that Col. A. M. Bourne, selling the live Robert Noland, Robert Ross, Homer he had never made the disloyal re- stock. Altogether the sale was a Mr. Scoville Todd, a prominent Rice, Gordon Doty. The boys have marks about the President or the a great success. Possession of the young man of Madison, was Instant- made a good score but stand little Government, he remembered the farm will be given May 1st. ly killed last Tuesday evening, when chance to win the cup In compction conversation with Mr. Beazley. A an automobile In which he and with larger high schools. number of character witnesses were others were riding, was struck by an The text book of this class was introduced, among them being, Lent TWO OLD COLORED CITIZENS L and N passenger train near Wal- "The Soldier Spirit" by Geo. Stew-ar- t, Matthews, Judge Forest Stapp, J, Two of the oldest colored citizens ton, Ky, H. J. Cotton, Misses Laura Jr., himself a soldier. The Y, I. Hamilton, Cronley Broadus, and of the town have died during the Bell and Mayme Todd were In the M. C. A. Bible classes at the Army J. W. Elmore. The case was given week. Undo Sam Gibbs, who lived car with him and all were more or Camps thruout the country use the the jury and in fifteen minutes re- for a while with the Misses Shugars, less seriously injured. same text. Mr. Hopkins, assisted turned a verdict of not guilty. In Richmond, died last Friday. Aunt The dead man was a son of Mr, by Bro. Moorman and Bro. Hudson, Mr. Simpson was represented by Ella Shanks, well known by all and and Mrs. John X. Todd, and leaves a taught the class on Thursday after Hon. It. II, Tomlinson and A. R. well liked died Tuesday and was wife and one small child. school Burnam, Jr., of Richmond. buried yesterday afternoon. DR. BROOKS Last Monday, county court day, was supposed to have been "Horse Show Day", as was the case in the yearr gone by, but from a standpoint of horses exhibited, it was almost a failure, due partly to the inclement weather of the early morning, owners fearing to bring their horses out, and partly to the scarcity of horses that were so popular a few years ago. However the Record Is carrying some advertisements of some splendid horses and Jacks nnd would pay any breeder to look over the list carefully before deciding to breed elsewhere. A good crowd was in attendance and many mules of inferior quality was offered and a few changed hands at satisfactory prices. The cattle pens were well filled and all sold at good prices. Most of them being of the younger type. A few sows and pigs sold fabulously high and shoots bringing from 20 to 25 cents a pound. STILL POURING IN Subscriptions amounting to $195,550 were received up to Wednesday afternoon nnd it is believed that many more will come In befvo the close of the canvass, which ends on May 4th. Showing the Interest that has been manifested thruout, Garrard county is the number of people thet have bought these bonds. Reports up to yesterday evening, show that bonds have been sold to 902 individuals. This is remarkable and shows the patriotic spirit of the county and its people are willing to invest their last dollar, If intakes that to lick the following Kaiser. The statement has been Issued by the Chairman, In which he asks that every good ef fort be made to double our quota if possible before the end of the . drive ; The Committee of Garrard coun ADOLPH JOSEPH ty makes the following report of bonds sold, viz; PRESENTED WITH MASONIC JEWEL Garrard Bank and Trust Co $50,000 Lodge was "at The National Bank, While the Masonic $44,150 evening, Mr. Citizens National Bank, case" last Tuesday $55,900 Adolph Joseph, who leaves for Camp Peoples Bank, Paint Lick, $27,000 Zachary was Bank: of Bryantsvllle, Taylor $18,500 given quite n surprise, and an agreeable one we dare say, when he was Total, $195,550 presented with n beautiful Masonic Let us not rest, but push the work emblem, a gift from the lodge. forward to the last day. May 4th. Hon. II. Clay Kauffman made the B. F. Hudson, Chairman. presentation speech in well chosen The Central Record, Thursday, April 25; 9 8. 1 1 HamonylnThmt Colors In buying Hanna's Green Seal Paint you jjet more than just so much paint you also get service. This service consists in the thorough protection and improved appearance Hanna's Green Seal brings to your property. Do you have troublo selecting just the right paint colors for your house? Then get a Green Seal color card from our dealer below. It .contains many helpful suggestions. On your next painting job have your painter use Hanna's Green Seal Formula on Every Package Sold by Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky. If B RIGN Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. There Is No Monopoly in the packing industry. Swift & Company, although the largest packer, handles not to exceed one eighth of the total meat production of the United States. The five large packers do not handle to exceed d of the tot meat production of the United States. -- one-thir- Swift & Company is not in combination with any other packeror packers to control prices. There is very active competition in the buying of and equally keen competition in the sale of dressed meats and iive-stock Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Misses Iva and Lenna Hollon, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. C, S. lioop at Carters vllle. Miss Viola Tribble spent the week end with Miss Jessie II. Kay. Always reliable for Mr nnd Mrs Otis Stotts spent Sun Coughs Iteadacl.es are Nature's danger signal. day with Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Ten Colds Fin J out what if the trouble. Cure that tcr. and you won't have any more headache. Most headaches coma from indigestion. Prayer services wcra resumed at Rowels fail to act properly. J'oitons ac here Thursday the M. K. Church cumulate in me dojj. ire tuocxi Cough impure, and headaches and more evening. serious troubles naturally follow. Cough Mr. nnd Mrs. Monde May nre II. S. Cope, a glass molder at Alton Park. Tenn.. sava that he suffered cnn. parents of n little daughter born and it is your very best buy for stantly from headaches, but that Vin last week. Jienatica restored him to health to that Mr. nnd Mrs. Sale Hurt nnd chit be was able to go back to work. with Mr. and All such headaches are stopped by Via dren spent Sunday "Every mother in the land should Hepatica, Nature 1 universal the greatpurifier. medicine and Mrs. Silas Matthews. system leep a bottle n'iht at hand. ' contain! Miss Lcla Murphy wns a guest of . I-(' wmcu .It I. -- f L ' 1. wuo uii Witt ciMb nciiw ictiicturs Mrs. John Humphrey n ton els and kidneys, purify the blood naif her sister, r2SC,50CWd $1.00 Evtrrwfcciv part of the past week. uiua inaKo vjiat xinu vi urauaenca N STORMES DRUUG STORE. Mr and Mrs Kobcrt Whlttaker nnd We surely recommend th! wonderful rrmely. Come in and get a bottle on our little dnughter visited on Poor Ridge BUCKEYE recommendation that it will help not during the past week. only your headaches, but will regulate Mr. and Mrs, Dock Simpson nnd is visiting Locker Miss Linda vour bowels and kidnevs so that von will find your health' better than you hava Master Chester Hundy, spent the Mrs. Alex Bourne. Known it iot years. week end in Estill county. Messrs It. W. Sanders nnd Herbert R. E. McRobcrti. Mrs. Hen Humphrey and Miss Whittnker were in Lexington last Ethel Humphrey were guests of Mrs week. BRYANTS VILLE Mosio Humphrey, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott nnd son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack liobinson of Jessamine visited Mrs. Ottls liny Mr. anil Mrs. J. C. Williams scent Kichmond, spent the week end with Bogie, recently. rnuay in uncinnaii. Mrs. Elizabeth Burcess was hostess Mr. and Mrs. Pres. Hoskins. Little Mary and Mnrie Kay are at dinner luff day to a lew friends. Mrs. Louis McCulley nnd attrac with their grand parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshal (luerrant has returned tive daughter. Miss Allrne, were Mrs. Hiram Kay. to Nicholasville after visiting her niece in Lancaster, shopping, Friday. fill his Rev. D. F. Sebastian .tirs. j. nogsn llsilard. News has been received here of regular appointment here Sunday at Mr. Joel Marine sold his farm con the illness of little Miss Lurn Vivian 11 o'clock A. M. taining about lliO acres to Mr. J as. I. Young, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Mrs. William Hastey and little Hamilton for JIM) per acre. Dee Young, of Newport. Mrs. son, William Jesse, visited Mr. Floyd Curtis sold his farm near - Kobt. Long Thursday. Plans are being made by thellaphere last week to Mr. Sid Doolin. Mr, tirt Sunday School nt Buckeye for Mrs. Kobcrt Layton has been ill Curtis making quite a nice profit. the celebration of "Go to Sunday nt the home of her parents, Mr. Miss Eunice It rooks of Lexington and School Day" the first Sunday in nnd Mrs. - F. Brown. Mrs. Carl Edens of Detroit Mich, are May. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pendleton and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 1! rooks. Misses Mary Banks, Lucille and children were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Ilalcomb and Hester Anderson and Mr. Jnmes .Mr. nnd Mrs. Bronston fckcr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant were guests Anderson of Stanford, nnd Mr. W. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. W. Sanders, and of Dr. and Mrs. II. R. Montgomery at P. Long of Buckeye, were guests faint lick, Sunday. Mrs. Norn Tenter nnd MImcs Sallie of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Amon.Sundny. The regular Quarterly Meeting Ser- Lou Teater nnd Ethel Kny were Rev. D. F. Sebastian cf George in Lexington, Thursday. Tices were held at the Methodist church SeSaturday and Sunday. The I. E. Itev. town College, and Mr. Henry We have put in a Corn Dryer and II. C. Greer was present and delivered bastian of Keren College, were the nre heating the corn to about 300 guests Saturday night of Mr. and most iptertiting sermons. making thereby Grow of TcatersvHlc. legrces heat ond Dryantsville went "Over the Tep" Mrs. Walter a Meal that is good, wholesome and Wednesday in the sale of Liberty Bonds. dry. Try it and you will be pleated The apportionment for this part of the LANCASTER BUSINESS HAN'S Garrard Milling Co. . county being $9,000 while $18,400 was The Ladles Mist'onary Society subscribed a little more than doubling STOMACH SMALLER. met Thursday afternoon April 18th the quota. with the addition of one new mem stomach is distended My much Mrs. Johii Poor, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. ber. The next meeting will be to Ballard of Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. W. greatly reduced. Doctors wanted held May lGth, with Miss Ethel I A. Dickerson, and Miss Katie ilsrnes operate and tap my stomach but Ray ns leader. newspaper ad of Dickerson and Mr. Letcher Christopher happened to see a Ilemedy and of Lancaster attendel the funeral of Mayr's Wonderful FOODS TASTE BETTER COOKED Mr. Virgil Wilds at Mt. Olivet Sunday. after taking 3 doses I have had no TOBACCO TASTES BETTER We have put In a Corn Dryer nnd more distress or bloating end nin TOASTED are heating the corn to about 300 eating things I have not dared to degrees heat and thereby making eat for C years. I nm confident your It is a sima Meal that is good, wholesome and medicine will cure me." Since the day of the caveman, who dry. Try it and you will be pleased ple, harmless preparation that reliked his meat raw, civilisation has moves the catarrhal mucus from the teamed a lot about the scientific treatGarrard Milling Co. Inment of the things we eat. Dr. B. C. Kose and father, Mr. G. intestinal tract end allays the Naturally none of us would now B. Kose left Mondav for Philadelphia flammation which causes practically mo prefer to have our meat raw, our poand New York. They will be met in all stomach, liver and intestinal tatoes as the)' come from tie ground, Philadelphia br Lieut. S. J. Kose who ments, including appendicitis. One our coffee unroasted. will accompany them to New York for dose will convince or money refund It. E. McKoberts, Druggist, And naturally follows the great disa few days tay. Lieut. Kose is now ed. covery recently made by The Ameristationed at Lamp Crane, Allentoun, MAKKSBUKY can Tobacco Co. that tobaccotzstea t'a. better TOASTED! Friends and relatives here were John Royston sold a calf for $35, This wonderful new Idea simple grieved to hear of the death of Mr. Wm. Blanks sold a cow and calf like all great inventions was first Virgil P. Wilds which occurred Friday used In producing the famous LUCKY in Lexington. Mr. Wilds was 31 years for $100. and a cnlf for $35. STRIKE Ggartttc xn.ide of toasted of age and formerly lived near here. Mrs. E. Mo.icg'inn ry nnd cltit- Burlcy tobacco. lie had been in Lexington for several d:n spent 'he week c.vl with Mis Barley has a mellow flavor, entirely months and was stricken at the home lXf Naylor. different from the tobacco usually of his aunt, Mrs. Hoss C Adams and The Ladles Working Society will used for cigarettes. It is a inc to. died while on his way to the hospital. meet nt the chutch at two o'clock baccoandLUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes The burial was at Mt. Olivet Sunday next Wednesday. taste like a pipe. afternoon at five o'clock. Mrs Witt of Htncnster, Mr nnd guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. were the MANSE. 3; K. Speaks, Sunday. IS Mrs. Harrison Mays has been ill. u A number from RryanUvillc and Mrs. Forest Centers Is very ill ii Lancaster attend? 1 Mlsslorcry I'uy ilot it? Ilrre'sthe remedy. It'shclped litre, Sund at this writing. ly aft j- -i pom. millions. Has a halt century record Mr. Burdcttc Ramsey has hail an of use. First dose brings n lief. Try it. Mr. and. Mri Ikw Xnjlor v.ic X T gSoldbyslldrusgiits. hosts nt a noon day dinner, in hctnr nttnet of Rheumatism. TS of Mr. Sid Aidridgc, before going tn A letter received from Mr. Carl Bowling says he is now tailing. the vocational training camp nt Mr. T. J. Underwood is the guest Last Sunday was apart for a spec of his parents at Williamsburg. ial offering by the Sdnday School to Mr. and Mrs. Sum Plummer ore Each year there has been the proud parents of a little girl. missions. a steady increase in giving nnd this A letter from Mr. year the pastor put the sum of $100. rays he is "Some WhereJesse Calico, In France", Keep Bowel Movement Regular as the standard. When the Secre .Mrs. Tom Wagers of Col., is Dr. King's New Life Pills keep you tary rend $139,41 had been donated in a healthy condition. Kid the body pas visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of poiions and waste. Improve your the surprise was general and the I). I). Centers. tor is so delighted by tho over-floby keeping the Dowels complexion Mr. Otto Bowling hns suffered regular. Get a "... bottle from your donation there's no telling how high druggists Effective but mild. he will fix the standard next year. very severely tho past two weeks Appropriate exercises were held by with Rheumatism. the school which wns drilled by Itev. A large crowd was W. Mahan. GLTNNS CHAPEL. present and tho donation made by Mrr. Frank Land was a guest of Mrs the visitors was highly appreciated. Now is the time to plum your Hiram Land, Thursday. Headache Stopped Foley's Honey and Tar Croup Tickling Thront Hoarseness Whooping Bronchial MT. HEBRON fs Montgomery Miss Edith nt home from Lexington on n visit. Mr. and Mrs. W, I Grow made trip to Danville last a business Thursday. The sick of this community convalescing, except Mrs.Ww. are remains quite II. La Grippe Mr.nnd Mrs. George Sherrow nre receiving congratulations over the arrival of a baby boy, nnmed Raymond. Clifton, the little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Orbln Thompson, hml the misfortune of cutting two fingers off In ii lawn mower last week. Mr. Raymond Scott returned to his home at New Richmond Ohio last Thursday, after being with his brother here two weeks. Itev I). F. Sebastian filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday, his. vermons were excellent. The Mission collection was taken at the close .of tho sermon Sunday morning for Home and Foreign mission. The amount wns $108.-7- 5. The total amount given by church and Sunday School for this cause being $170.37. RESULTS TELL The Thrre Can Be No Doubt About In Lancaster. Results tell the tale. All doubt is removed. The testimony Lnnrnnter of eitlxen can be easily Invortltmlril. What better prm-- run bo nuJ John Trimble, Stiufut l PiKe, says: "I liavo use I Duun'a Kidney Pills with benefit when my kidneys have been out of order. I suffered from weakness nnd dull pains across my back and loins. At times, I couldn't do any stooping over or lifting on account of the sharp pains in my back. My kidneys acted irregularly, too, Doans Kidney Pills relieved the pains in my back and put my kidneys in good condition." Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-g- et Doan's Kidney Pilts-t- he vsame that Foitcr-Milbur- h Mr. Trimble had. Co.,Buffalo, N. Y. To Keep Awake In Church. Hoiae mm unuldn't cet mi tvpy In church If the mMrum had footlights In ate front ut It and the minister wn carl,l In a rng. a daub of red alnt and n smile. Clnrtuiiatl Is Ifour House Stang"bung? Every sensible man wants his house to stay young to look fresh, bright, and new, unmarked by timo or weather. Houses grow old and look old through being, ncRlected. Paint keeps new houses from looking old and losing value, and gives new life to old houses. To freshen up your house and keep it young, use paint made of for Coughs s Colds Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d thinned with pure linseed oil. Such paint costs no more than some paints which are not all-le- TREE We have tho right remedy, if your house, your barn, or your garage is not looking as young as it should. Come in and let us show you our complete and stock of paints, varnishes, brushes, and all paint accessories. te year book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yard, Chicago, Illinois 1918 Swift & Company U. S. A. m Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Isbell are parents of a ton born April 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Murphy are par. entt of a son, born April 18th. Miss Jessie II. Itay spent Thursday night with Miss Eunice Stotts. Miss I'attie Lcng was a guest of Miss Sallie Noel'Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Wm Isbell was a gust of her brothers, the Messrs Chandler recently. Misses Iva and Lenna Hollon were guests of Mrs. James Land Monday HISTORICAL SKETCH OF GRADED SCHOOL. The Orchard, Lawn ami Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable niiiiiiiiii o short historical sketch of the Lancaster Graded School prop erty recently hung in the foyer of the building was considered of such PoInterest tn statement of facts, showing a historical background, unusual among school properties, by tho etc., is free upon inquiry. State Inspector of Schools upon u Write for free Catalogue. NoAgts Into visit to the High School, that night. asked permission to have a cupy Misses Iva and Sadie Chsndler of he H.F.Hillenmcyer & Sons. Msdlson spent a part of last week with made for the Bureau of Education at Frankfort. Lexington, Kentucky. relatives here. Small Fruits, Shrubs, Evergreens, Grape, Asparagus, Seed Fruitand ShadeTrees tatoes, Strawberries, J. L SloiBts and R. E. McRobtrti The Central Record. Thursday, April 25, 191 8. ONE MILLION AT Incline our heart uato hint, to walk In all his ways, and to keep his commandments." Hymn "America, the Beautiful." or "The Dattle Hymn of the Republic," 01 nay SUNDAY SCHOOL THIS IS GOAL SET ASSOCIATION MAY 5th. DY 8TATE FOR GREAT DAY IS BEING PUNNED Kentucky's Fifth Rally li Announced nd Order of Worship Qlven Invitation to Attend le Entendtd to Every Man, Woman and Child In th Commonwealth. n Tho Kentucky Sunday School la aendlna; out lha call to all the Sunday Schools of the state to do larger and better things than eter on May Sth. Botne wonderful things bar done In previous years, but we t,mu to even surpass these this year. Whether berause of war or weather, r both, or something else, the attend-an- r at Sunday Schoola In Kentucky has not been as good as It should have been since the first of the year So let us SI'KKl) UP! FILL CI TIIK HANKS! DOUI1I.K CAItltY ONI YOUIt ATTKNBANCK ON MAY 5. 'en Kvery person who can possibly do ao should b la some Sunday School that day. 8chool Day Movement. Karly In 1911 the officers of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, at tbe suggestion of the fleneral Secretary, decided to designato the first Sunday In May as (Jo to Sunday-Sclton- l Day and to ask each Sunday School to obscrre that day. The fiorernor of the State Issued a proclamation call-Inupon t'.l thn people of tho Slate to attend Sunday School, newspapers published Invitations, posters were put up oter cities and towns, calls werii made; In short, about everybody In Kentucky must bare heard about Day and received an Invitation or two to attend Sunday School. From the beginning tbe movement was a success, and It has become an annual custom of KentuckySunday Schools to have a Iay. This year the call Is Issued to very man, woman and child In Kentucky, to attend Sunday School and to enlist for service In the Army of Christ. Some of tbe good results I past years are an Increase In attendance of more tnan one sunn red per cent, an increase In enrollment of thousands, tbe bringing together In cooperative effort workers of many schools, the Boding of hundreds who have become cburcb members, the enlisting of some of lb Met capable aid earnest teachers. The Ills campaign la etpected to bring these results . One Million People at Sunday School May lh. Htitf Thousand New Members Enrolled. One Thousand Schools Contributing to the Kentucky Sunday School Four Thousand Churches of Kentucky Gaining Some New Members. A Deepening of Love and Loyalty to our Country, A Strengthening of the Feeling ot Christian Brotherhood. An InvHatlon Given to Krerybedy In Kentucky to Attend Sunday School and Church. Reports and offerings of each Sua-da- y School should be malted promptly to thi Kentucky Sunday School Association. 712 Louisville Trust Ilulldlng. Ieuktvllle, Ky. Hundreds ot Sunday Schools will use the program that has been prepared by the Kentucky Sunday School Association... Copies for use can be cored free from the Association. It la aa follows: Order of Worship and Instruction. Music "Ancient ot Days" played softly. 2-to Worship O come let na won Superintendent ship and bow down; let ua kneel be fore the Lord, our Maker, x Response School He thou etalted Lord In thine own strength; so will we sing and praise thy power. 3, Hymn "God of our father wbos almighty hand or "Faltn ot eir fathers still," or "O worship tbe King, all glorious above," or "Come, Tbou Almighty King." 4. Prayer. 9. Responsive Reading from tea Scriptures. Leader "We have heard and known, and our father have told ua the pralsts of the Lord and his strength, nd his wonderful works that he hath done," School "Marvellous thjlnga did he In tbe sight of their fathers. He male hi own people to go forth like sheep and guided then) In the wilderness Ilk a flock." Leader "He led them on safely, so that they feared not," Sohoel "Dlessed be the Lord, God ol our father from everlasting even to everlasting." Leader "Dlessed Is the nation whos Ood I the fcord. and the people whom be bath chosen for bis own Inheritance." Schel The Lord our God be with us. as ha waa with our fathers; let bla Bet tear ua nor forsak ua: that 1st 1. 1U. The "My Country, TIs of Thee." Tho Sunday School Forcea and the Present .War, Superintendent "Our country does not ask us to die for her only, she aska us to live and ao to act that her government may be pure, her oltl cera honest, and every corner of her territory a place At to grow the beat men and women who shall rule over her.' School "Ood hath made of one blood all nations of men, and we nro hta children, brothers and sisters all, We are cltliem of theao United States and we believe our flag stands for self sacrifice tor the good of the people! superintendent Mow may wo serve our country at this time? Men The greatest service you can render your country Is tbe prosecu tlon of your usual church work with greater earnestness than ever.' Pastor Through worship, by prayer for our leaders and all our men In the service, and especially for those whom we know and who have gone from our own families and church. Women "All tho blood, all the hero- Ism, all the money, and all the am munition In tbe world will not win this war unleaa our Allies and tbe people behind them axe fed. A great cause will be lost unless we stand guard every day In our homes over the supply of wheat, meat, fats, sug ar, and milk.' Tsaeher "In every form of service required of the American people the Christian spirit and motive have a place. Three maln things are need ed. clear thinking, high moral stand ards and enthusiastic devotion. The world will be different after the war. Whether It will be better or worse will depend on the vigor and devo tion of those to whom the kingdom of Ood Is more thsn meat and drink." Superintendent This la not a bank r"s war, or a farmer's war, or a manufacturer's war, or a laboring man's war It la a war for every atralght-ou- t American. We are to day a nation In arms, and we must fight and farm, mine and manufac ture, conserve food and fuel, save and spend to the one common pur pose, Bovl 1Bd oirls True victory will, lie In the quality of the men who carry on the work of the country after the war. We must oconomlse our hu man material. Kach one uf us should be strong and healthy In mlod and body, and seek to acquire that char acter which will make ua valuable cltltens.' All "We are but one of the eham plons of the rights ot mankind. We shall be satisfied when those rights have been made aa secure aa the faith and the freedom of nations can make them. Hut the right la more precious than peace, and we ahall fight for the things whleh we have atwaya carried aearest our hearts for a universal dominion of right by such a concert of free people as shall bring peace and safety to all nations and make tEe world Itself at last free." Orchestra or piano play The Star Spangled Banner." It The Sunday School Forces In th Aoe-LWar Against' Sin. Responsive Scripture Reading. Superintendent Be strong in the Lord and In tbe power of bla mlghL powers. School We fight against against the ruler of darknesa of this world, against spiritual wickedness In high places. Superintendent Fight tbe good fight of faith. Lay hold on eternal life Endure hardness as a good soMler of Jesus Christ School Let us have grace whereby we may aerre God acceptably wfth reverence and godly fear. Hymn The Son ot Ood goes forth to war," or "Fight the good fight with all thy might, or "Faith la the victory." 8. Superlntendent'a Welcome to Announcements. 9. Lesson Study, 10. Pastor' Invitation to Church Services. 11 Reports of Secretary and Tress urer. 12. Hymn "Jesus calls us over the tumult, or "Onward, forward," or "Onward, Christian Soldiers." 13. Benediction. STATE CONVENTION OF KCN TUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL TO BE HELD IN ASH LAND OCTOBER WHAT IS LIBERTY? Do you think that you inherit liberty merely by be ing born, that it comes to you without effort just as you and your other natural possessions? inherit eye-sight If so, you are making a great mistake. I Liberty is something that cannot be had for nothing. That is why it was said in the old days: "Eternal vigilance is the price of Liberty." In these days LIBERTY BONDS ARE THE PRICE OF LIBERTY you prefer American liberty to military autocracy, then you must do your share to see that it is not overcome and trodden under foot by the enemy. cannot fight the enemy with gun and sword you can fight them with your money by buying LIBERTY BONDS so that America's brave soldiers will never lack anything that they need to help them to win the war and preserve Liberty. If If you a . Every LIBERTY BOND you buy is a blow struck in the cause of Liberty. BUY LIBERTY BONDS AND BUY THEM NOW FROM ANY BANK s tion I for all the schools ot every denomination. There will be a splendid program, and all who attend will receive a large vision ot the work that can bo done by the Sunday Schools, will learn practical plans for maklx the work more efficient, and will receive inspiration for better service,. It I expected that Dr, Samuel Price, of New York City, one ot the secretaries ot tbe World' Sunday School Association, will glvs an Illustrated lecture on The World' Highway of Usefulness." The International Sunday School As sociation will furnish soma ot It belt speakers, and there will be addresses by tho workers from different parts of Kentucky. For Information write to the Kentucky Sunday School Associa tion, Tit Louisville Trust DvJUlog,; (jOUistiii, Ky, ot these Is entitled to send delegates to the state convention. The conven- There are over four thousand Sunday Schools In Kentucky, and each one LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by Citizens National Bank. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. National Bank. R. E. McRoberts Davidson & Tomlinson. J. R. Mount & Co, Haselden Brothers. Hervey & Woods. li. Towaras winning ine war as a patriotic contribution . j .'4m-ii- s"f Tho Central Record. Thursday. April 25. 1918. The Woolen market continues to go higher and each day brings us face to face with a scarcity of Wool Clothing unheard of in this country. these high prices and SUITS for Men and Boys at prices that are reasonable. Notice the snappy HART SCHAFFNER & MARX models shown above. We have your size today in fine quality, but can't make any promises for the future. We of fine ALL-WOO- NO LET UP L BXJ"r ""OTJ anticipated CLOTHI1TG- -have in stock a big lot NOW bought heavy, consequently we $18., $20., Mens Suits $12.50, $15., Boys Knee Suits $22.50, $25., $27.50, $30. $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $8.50 $10.00 The future holds forth nothing but high prices on Clothing. DON'T WAIT AND BE FORCED TO WEAR COTTON. it n jtatojgi Clothing now. I Take a tip from us and buy your Jas. W. Smith House of Quality Lancaster Kentucky TheCentrhl Record INCORPORATED. 11.00 ssUED Weekly. REYNOLDS M1LBY. a year, J. R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and E. ROBINSON. Editor. Mgr. Kj mtrl it Uember in. Pott OBlf In SeeondCl.n JUil Matter. Press , and Lnc'ler. Kentucky Association Leseue. Eighth District Publisher Lancaster, Ky., April 25, 1918 Sates For Politicnl Announcements For Precinct and Cltv Olives' ...$ 6.00 10.00 ror County Offices ror State anil District Offices.... 15.00 10 r'cr Calls, per line 10 For Cards, ner line for all publications in the InterHILL-JENK- INS. est of Individuals or expression of individual views, per The marriage of Miss Ha Beatrice 10 Hill, youngest daughter of Mr. and line OS Obituaries, per line Mrs. T. O. Hill, of this county, to of Sir. Talbott Cosby Jenkins, at Newby. Ky.. was solemnized Pass- Danville this morning, Rev. E. M Green, of the Presbyterian church . of that city officiating. Mr. Smilie of Premier Loyd Hill, brother of the bride and Miss The speech . George 'In tha 'British House of Sallie Lou Tester, accompanied the Commons on the 'question of the couple as far as Danville and wit Immediately Man Power bill now pending, should nessed the ceremony. be read by every American, and after the marriage they took the to spend read carefully. There is much in train for Louisville, this speech to give us serious few days of their honey-mooe popular and The bride Is a thcmirrit ,: " j ts attractive young very and possesses lady Mr. Loyd Gcorce practically Kr that Great Britian Is making many accomplishments and indus little if any headway toward win- -' trial abilities. She looked beautiful ning the war, and that England is In a traveling suit of blue, with hat nearing the limit of her resources to match. The groom is a son of In men. The bill proposes to call Mr. and Mrs. William Jenkins, of The Newby, and is also popular and an men of CO and boys of 18. The mar. speaker is careful to state that not industrious young man. all the older men will be sent to riage is the culmination of a court the front, but that they are needed ship of two years and the friends of to take the places of younger men this young couple, together with who can participate in the fighting. the Record, extend congratulations mother, In this emergency, America's and best wishes for n life of conduty is plain. We can no longer tinued happiness and future success, We miss thee from thy place, sit back and wait for the allies to Upon their return ncjet Sunday they A shadow o'er our life is cast. stop the German hordes. We arc will be entertained at the home of We miss the sunshine of thy face, as vitally interested as they, and Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill and next We miss thy kind and willing hand, Thy fond and earnest care, have as great a stake In the final Tuesday they will be given a dinner outcome as any of the European at the home of the grooms parents, Our home is dark without thee-W- e miss thee everywhere. near Newby, Ky., at which place nations. Certainly no person of average they will be at home after May the A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is still; intelligence" could doubt for a mom tenth. A place is vacant in our home, ent that the fate of America is Which never can bo filled. now indisolubly linked with that of LIBERTY LOANETTES. God In his wisdom has recalled, the allies. Certainly none can Don't compel the Liberty Bond The boon his love had given. doubt that an allied defeat would prove a staggering blow to Ameri solicitor to get out n search warrant And tho the body slumbers here, The soul is safe in Heaven. can progress and American prosper fo you. Buy Liberty Bonds. Talk never Peaceful be thy silent slumber, ity, if not to her very existence as won a war but money has won many Peaceful in thy grave so low; a free nation. Thou no more will join our number, America must win the war. Her and will win this one. The Hun see'iH to be entirely Thou no more our sorrows know. power must be the added force that shall turn the scale in favor of the willing to die at the Kaiser's- coin Vet again we hope to meet thee, allied cause. To that end all her mand but how would you feel about When the day of life is fled, And in Heaven with joy to greet immense power must be exerted. it! thee, Kaiser Bill will get some recep President Wilson has assured our allies that our armies will be rushed tion when he crosses tho River Styx. Where no farewell trars are shed. we beseech thee to Europe as fast as it is humanly Hasten the day by buying a Liberty PUAYERs-Absolv- c, the sdul of thy servant, possible to put them there. Bond. she Imagine the baby on the point of that being dead to the world, But while our fighting men are hastening to the fray, there is also a Hun bayonet and refuse to buy n may live to Thee; andwhatever sins she had committed thru human frailn herculean task for every man, Liberty Bond if you can. woman, boy and girl who remain There may be investments that ty, do Thou of Thy most merciful at home, We must work work and look better but there's no safer or goodness forgive; thru Jesus Christ We must feed save. our troops more willing worker than a Liberty our Lord, Amen. May her soul rest in peace. And provide them with all the nec- Bond. By a loved one. Buy Liberty Bonds or goodbye essaries of war. And we must practically feed the allied world. Liberty. milk cow. Jer For Sale-Fre- sh Uncle Sam can t fight on an There is no escaping the obligation. sey and rich milker. J, W. Elmore. The cause Is our own, and the man empty pocket. Buy Liberty Bonds and bust Bill who shrinks now must forever bear Disk and Smoothing Harrows, the brand of the slacker and the the Butcher boy. The man who refuses to buy Corn Planters, Riding and Walking coward. Liberty Bonds will deserve all the cultivators, Malta double shovels, 6 tooth Cultivators, 2 Mowers, Hun hands him, all A Liberty Bond is a vised passport at attractive prices. of patriotism. J. R. Mount. Miss Polly r.eynolds, and Mr. A. B. Milby were married in Stanford, last Thursday, by Kev. Wilburn. Immediately after the ceremony, they left for Lebanon, where the grooms parents reside, returning to Lancaster Sunday. Miss Reynolds is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, and is a charming young lady, and is well known here where she has been one of the efficient clerks In the store of J. E. Dickcrson for some time. groom Is an industrious The young man and is the National In surance agent at this place. at theGulley They arc located House, where they have the best wishes for a. long and happy life, by their numerous .friends. is A man without n conscience very likely to be a man without a Liberty Bond. The man without a bond must have that "without a country" feeling pretty strong. Help hinder Hindenburg. Buy a Liberty Bond. TEETH WANTED OLD FALSE DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. Also We Day ui to $15 per set. cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken Jewelry. Check sent by return mail. Goods held 10 days for senders approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth Specialty, DcpL A., 2007 S. 0th St,, Pa. Philadelphia, People to Avoid. "Pome people," said Uncle Ktien, "regards glrln' good advice as a form of amusement, ramp as telling funny stories." Chinese Signal. The Clilnw An not beckon, a we do, ttllh the ralm of the hnnd turned up, the llncrx curled and tho Index successively bending and finger They beckon with the straightening. fingers curled downward, sweeping the whole hand vigorously back and fortlu To Work Swiss Peat Beds. According to the Cenevn Tribune, a syndicate proposes at an early date to ask tho federal council for a fl.000.0uC Ion n for the development of the pval Industry lu Switzerland. The extraction of peat will bo undertaken on a large scale. It bclnx planned to work 24 pnt fields. Lines to De Remembered. Think nell about great things; and know that, thought Is the only reality In this world. Lift up nature to thine own stature; and let the wholu universe be fur then no more than the rellcctlon of thine own heroic soul. Combat for honor's sake; that nlona Is worthy of n man. And If It should fall to theo to receive wounds, shed thy blood as a beneficent dew, and smile. Cervantes. Remedies for Warts. Those who nre fortunate enough to be able to look hack Into the pust and recall bo j hood days on thn farm will remember the old formula for the re moval of uarlH. It ran like this "Steal ii piece of pork and rub tho wart with It. If this does not prove effective, rub with a kernel of corn, bore u hole In a triv (one In a grave yard wn preferable), put the corn lo the hole unil fill It up, and your wart will fcoou Irate you. If you expect to buy a OBITUARY. It was sad to the home on Wedthirty nesday evening at five o'clock, on March 27th, 1918, when the spirit of Mrs. Mary Jane Thompson, died at her home near Mt. Hebron church after an Illness of two weeks, of Brights Disease. Her remains were laid to rest on the following Friday morning at 11 o'clock, in the ML Hebron cemetery after funeral services by Rev. J. W, Mahan. neighborhood icoild ML Hebron boast of no better woman than Mrs. Thompson was, and there was none who knew her but who spoke well of her and expressed regret at her pass ing away. She was a Christian in ull that the word implies, and a member of the ML Hebron Baptist church for the past thirty years nor did she stop at having her name enrolled on the books of the church, she was an untiring and conscient ious worker in the Masters cnjse The deceased was 50 years of age, and was a daughter of the late John Wesley and Rhoda Kldd. On Jan. 17th, 1877, she was married to Mr. Tevis W. Thompson, who died four years and four months ago To this united couple"were lorn even children, who wiro near by at tho time of her death. Hiey are; Mrs. Timothy Ford, cf Lexington, Mrs. J. A. Brattjii, of Uunaiter, Mrs. R. I Tracey tin 1 Misi Jeun I.cc, Wesley and Thompson, Me-urAurbin Thomnimi, nil o: thi p'ace, sympathy "The heart-fel- t of the entire community helped us bear the loss of our dear mother. We miss thee from pur home, dear Buggy this spring, see our line for we have some jobs that are strictly at the right price. up-to-da- te, WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE, VULCAN AND OLIVER PLOWS. WE GARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. FARMING-IMPLEMENT- Liberty Bonds ports to Freedom. S Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, Ky. Kir i Here Is Something You Con Do Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR I i i Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty.! 4 i 'A l&e Citizens National Bank OK I.ANCASTKU. KY. 11. u n .i K. HUDSON. President. J. J. WAI.KEIl, Vic I'rest. W. f). Kigney, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Waucer, Jr., l!ook-Kep- l(fort ol' the Condition UT W. V. CHAMP. Lashler. t OF TUB ON Co ROLL OF HONOR. WUrsJaT7 VYaT u, t 31 i Garrard Bank & Trust do! of builueu M Lnet?r Couutjrof (iirrard.t-Ut-e of Ktutuckjr AT THE CUMK OK HUHINKfH ON THE ICZZ1CZZ1C nth. I row dn y of April 1918. UK60UUCKH. .. A w (M) Good Used is n better Investment Car Quality. than n Hnkinr IIoum. JurnUure aul Fllt-r- e uturr Aiuti not lutiiidtM uiultr atijrof -i- ssiiM Tot LIAHILITIKH. luv rau uii Dftiui Cbeckr, iud 4jU4ciui DNcoudu. UU1M ot-- er . .... t 4a.ti KMAJ I4,ui ICfsH) Si cau Item, 57 tfci VI U New One of Inferior tllu . cpiiit(Mkri(ilu,iucib.. Huri'Hi Kuud uiiuit itiru i rum. ftUd Tim Deposilu Certified Check w Ulfi paid heitoalt lubivct 10 check i II fc fo iicc 00 l.WWOO iTU.V.A 10 i i We have tbe following used cars sale mid jjuard'ced: 1910 Overlaild four $325. 1013 Overland four $350. 1010 Sexon Six $350. 1010 Oakland Six $550. 1010 Oakland, six $075. i017 Studebakcr six $000, 1015 Dulck four $500. 1010 Quick six $050. 1017 Dulck four ?G00. 1017 Iluick six $800. tt .. vi - 1917Bulck Six $1,000 Wo will be pleased to show you Othtr Uatllltlei not liiciodvfl acr aujr oi ttbOT bead Total uu- z.xia m f W.J i a any of the above cars, But of Kcutuckril'ouutrof Garrard. Bel. We ll. K. YlrHnLwH and J. W Klmnr- - W..I. Taablvr of tba abota uaaied Uauk doiolrmnlr awvar tLat itu atov Uttrment ! trot to in beit oi our knowledge and 111 el, Make Your Next New Car a Buick dDtau4 J. It. K. MOKoUrta.frriKlvut. W, Elraort.Caiblcr. The Patriot's Pledge "I'll Buy a Bond Bubtcrllieil aodaworn to before mm thU itih day ol April m Will 8. Hoj pr. Notary Public. Mr commU-loeipfrrt fubrutrr IV, lttfj. DltlCTOMI The Danville Buick Go L. D. CONN, Proprietor. J.E.Kobiuiou, T.Mrlct, W. II lironn ini n 1A7..1 muit me aireci. Ol 4 uanvnie, Kentucky. 1C3C 31 IC 1C Tho Central Record, Thursday, April 2511918. Mr. Roger Aldrlrige is quite his home on Danville street. 111 b Mrs. J. Ri Mount visited in Danville, this week. The Voice of Lincoln end until that time." "We accepted this war for a worthy object, and the war will end when that object it attained. Under God, I hope it will not Fifty-fou- r years ago when m.my people were asking, ai some are asking what was the use of the war, Abraham Lincoln replied in the above stirring words. The voice of Lincoln can be heard in America today. His appeal is for us to keep up the ggfe until the object of the war is obtained and the world is made safe for democracy. Every person in this country has a distinct News comes from Lexington that Miss Elizabeth Gibbs. Is In Lnulo. Is Improving. villc this week, under the care of an eye specialist. Mrs. J. W. Acev of Slnnfnr.1 r a visitor in Lancaster Wednesday, Judge Homer Batson of I.outivilln Mr. W. H. Turlev of Richmond. was n gtictt of his father, Mr. R. H. was n visitor in Lancaster, Monday. Batson, last Sunday. Prof. J, W. Cook of Stenrni. Kv.. Mr. Arthor Joseph of Somerset visiting his mother, .Mrs. Elizabeth was n visitor In our city for n few (lays the past week. Joseph. .nr. John Denton , share to do and YOUR share is to buy LIBERTY BONDS to provide the United States Government 'd1 die necessary money for carrying on the war to a successful end. The more Bonds you buy, the quicker will the war end and the more American soldiers will return home safe and sound. 9 These American soldiers are risking their lives, but the buyer of LIBERTY BONDS does not even risk his money. When you buy a LIBERTY BOND, in addition to the' satisfaction of performing your patriotic duty, you get the best investment in the world a United States Government Bond, guaranteed by the richest nation in die world. Mise Ida Pcnntnirton. of ihn (e1. Mrs. Hushes has rcliimo.1 Imm., h.r mr. from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. phone exchange, visited ents in London last week. N. Acey, of Stanford. In renewing his tiliirinti..n Mr. R. T. Denton of Paint I.lrlr. has been the guest this week of his the Record, our irood friend nn.1 former countymnn, J. W. Ramsey, daughter, Mrs. V. A. Lear. of Washington, Ind., says Ids good Messrs James and Miller Inetov county has done " over th tn." 01 uicnmond were the week end vis- with the Third Llbcrtv Loan" l,In,. itors of Miss Anna Belle ilurnsidc. (apportioned $281,000 and already has been subscribed $489.00 and ho The many friends of Mr. Tom ' hopes to see old Garrard do her duty Whcrritt will be sorrv to learn rf his Illness at his home on Lexincti 1, along this aptriotic line. street. The marriage of Miss Margaret uarmeon, of Danville, to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson r.f Charles Pickett Holton, of Chicago, Chaunite, Kansas, are here for a me ccrem:;y taking place In Danvisit to Jtr. Anderson's mother, ville last Saturday afternoon, is of .Mrs. hue Anderson.. Interest to a crcat manv hrm. fhn Miss Jennie Wliet'c? unJ her bride being the youngest daughter guests, Misses Fannij MoCIuii and of .nr. James M. Harbison, who at Beatrice Rich, .vorc enlnrtalnol hu one time tnut-h- t school In tfcl. .u.. 'and has many friends here who Mrs. L. Manuel, Sunday. remember him so pleasantly. The Mr and Mrs Hen llullanl mMorrri bride is a very attractive and acthrough from Cincinnati. Sundav and complished young lady. Mr. Hol tpent rcveral days with their parents, ton is a young business man and I will sir and Mrs U. T. L'allard. make their home in Chicago. Mrs. Walker Carter and interest. I ing twins, were pleasant guests last. week of .Mrs. Carter's parents. Mr.1 i and Mr,. W. O. Goodloo. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rice and Mrs. Louis Landram motored from Rich mond Ind, last week and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sutton. Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville, arrived this week and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne, on the Stanford road. Mrs. Luther Gibbs ami Miss Elizabeth Gibbs, went to Stanford last Thursday to sec their aunt. Sirs. J. C. Hays, who has been quite sick. Vf Wafl I ' A V'tYlaOafi 7 BUY LIBERTY BONDS And buy them today from any bank I LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by Miss Annie Royston of Chicago, Illinois, is expected the last of the week for a ten days visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Royston. Charles McRoborts, of Ky., was the guest last Thursday and Friday of Mrs. J. R. .Mount and Mr. R. E. .McRoberts. Mr. Mr. R. L. Walker, who has been With his sister, Mrs. W. O. Rigncy, for several months, returned to his home in Nicholasville, this week. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY. The One Priced Store. as a patriotic contribution "1 towards winning ine war -- waste 110 chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of J there is no time to When company comes 11 Mrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess nt a family reunion, Monday, in honor of her son, Mr. Waller Hudson, who' left this week for South America. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Henry and little son, James Milton, and Mr. Thos. M. Ward, spent Saturday night with their sister, Mrs. W. G. ' Clark. CALUMET BflKIHG POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts,muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. W. S. HATFIEbD, Office 6. Gossip About People M? A Dentist. PHONES Residence 3"t. Htlil Mention of th Comtnji anil Oo!r.ji tylhait Wt An .'nlmittd In. Lloyd and Dr. Frazee motored over from Lexington, Saturday, and were the guests of days during the past week. Mrs. ILoyd's husband, Prof. Henry Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Henry and Lloyd. son of Kirksville, spent Sunday with Misses Iona Dunn and Ireno Brud- Mr. and. Mrs. Edd Clark. shaw and Mr. Eugene Bradshaw Misses Alberta and Patsy Andcr spent the week end in Kirksville, the son were in Stanford, Saturday to guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Nicholas II. Sanders. sec Miss Elizabeth Anderson. I .Mrs. Henry Then, too, her reputation as a cook must be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet SheA'Hoysit every time. will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings every day. Calumet. contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the. U. S'Food Authorities. Yota.Tc vaes yon buy It. yoa use it. lea m? II in Gladys Frlsbie was In Danville lust Thursday. Miss Tommie Francis was n visitor J Abb WORK GUARANTEED. LuuiCiistcr, Kjj. In Danville, Friday. Rev. Frank Tinder, of Lexington, was a visitor here Sunday. at LET US Mr. John Brown was a visitor Ills homo in Harrodsburg Sunday. Mrs. W. II. Wood Burnside Tuesday. Mrs. William ville pike. Burton were In and Mrs. Danville, LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than -- any Artificial Light, I Anderson quite ill at her home on continues the Dan- SfrsdMlfJ Edd Price and Arch jKimtnaugh were visitors in Dan- VJiK .,nu fMl vreeK. Mr. and Mrs. Green Clay Walkerl have returned from a ten days slay at Martlmvilla Indiana. Mr. George Todd n'otorcd to Be-re- a, Sunday und wus entertained by Miss Sallie Ogg. Mr. Leonard Miss Annie Margaret Elkin Preston of the loft Monday morning for Lexington, University of Virginia, who was the week end guest of Miss Mary Lee where she will review her work. Lear, has returned to his home in Mrs. Emma Daniels and children Glasgow, Ky. , were in Stanford Saturday to see Messrs Houston her daughter, Mrs. Frank Phillips. Southern, Jr., YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN and Joseph Waller of Lexington, Miss Florence Johnson of State were guests for the week end of University, spent the week end Misses Viola Pearl Dickerson and with her mother, Mrs. I.ula Johnson. Gladys Frisbie. Rooms for rent. Miss Fannie Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gettv of Mr and Mrs N. Miller returned from Covington, wero tho cuests of Mr. rVtvtncrtnn. TllpSflnl lilcht uht-- tUov i For Fresh milk, see Bojd Ison or call and Mrs. Adolph Joseph, tho past had been to attend' the funeral of Mr ,phone 4 week. Millers nephew. Mr John Miller, who WANTED: 500 locust potts at once. Misses Katherine Buckner and Jied in that city, Saturday. tf. A. II. Bastln and Son. Faustinc Cooper are hero tho at Mrs. Ellen Owaley is in Louisville FOR SALE 100 barrels of corn In tractive guests of Miss Margaret at the St. Joseph Hospital, where shuck, near Judson Ky. Cook. she underwent a slight operation. N. H. Bogie, Lexington Ky is getting along nicely, her Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird left Sunday forj and Loulivlllo to join her husband, Lieut. many friends will be glad to know. Barred Plymouth Eggs 75c K'nnaird who Is stationed at CU Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Tomhnson for setting of 15. Taylor. and Mr. R. H. Tomlinion motorvd to Luther Raney, Lancaster, 's Ky. Phone 320-Mrs. Joo Francis, Misses Elizabeth Loxington Tuesday to bee Mr. son, Robert, Jr.. who v&s to Anderson and Margaret Carr motored to Lexington Sunday for a leave for Franco it the next IS Buy More Liberty Bonds. hours. few hours m'L 8ASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. Mr. Willio Mac Elliott of TranMr. and Mrs. C. J. Zimmer and chil- sylvania University, spent tho week dren of Lexington spent Sunday with end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. It. Zimmer. W. M. Elliott. Ashley Swept, who holds a good posiMr. Chsrll Sanders has returned to tion at Akron Ohio, is here with Akron Ohio, where he holds a good mother, Mrs Bright Herring . position, after a visit to his mother, Miss Pearl Dicfcsnon Y the week- Mm. Salll Sanders. end guest o( Mlu Gladys Friable 'at, Mrs L. Manuel, M f George Todd, suburban home on lUhVille St. re Misses Jennie Wheeler, Fanny Corporal Ir Hamilton, of Crtnp and Beatrice Rich, motord to Zachary Tuyrur, was here for a tew Richmond, Thursday. 'u Mr and Mn J. E. Montgomery and family left for Richmond last Monday which place they will make their futu'e home. The best wishes of the go witn-thl-s family to their new home, Buy More lit. and Mrs. R. L. Arnold and son, Cabell, and Mrs, Lula Johnson, motored to Lexington last Friday to see Mr. Arnold's son, Robert, who ERLE G. FARRA, has been quite III at the Good Sa Lancaster, Ky may 1) Box 272. maritan Hospital, but who is im SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS. proving. War Savings Stamps. Buy More Thrift Stamps. Buy If It Hurts. You can pay for them with eggs next winter. The Central Record, Thursday, April 25, 1918. ( 9I3OODED STOCK Kentucky Choice 3765 We. are Facing a Horse Famine They will be sky high when the war Is over. To encourage breeding of the best only. I will offer the service of Kentucky Choice 37G5, u show horse with an unequnled record, both as a show horse and ns n sire. ,"Americdn I Chester" 6860. Trivine 5795 Chestnut sorrel, 15H hands high nftl a fine individual.? He will mnke the tenson of 1918 nt my Inin S'A milts Fast of Lancaster and 2H miles below Ilyotifllle ot I ' Tlulvlnc 5705, tired by Rex Peavine. 17C0, he liy Rex McDon ald 833, by Rex L'ennmtk 840, by Ciiglm Uitmnrk. A lilnh class Jack Ave rears old, standard color, black with white point?, Dam, Guilty COCO, by Veidict 1(21. by Ccilo Gculo 1022. by good head, neck and ear, lare foot anj bone with good length and broad breast ed. This Jack Is a prompt purformer and a sure breeder, and tires a high data Black Squirrel 58. Will also nt the tame time nnd place stand my big blank Jock M . . . I t .. I. . . L - i n l l! "ri.l iney tit mis hiuck is yuuuK. irenn biiu eauy. T i - win iiihkc inn Be.suu ui4rio at my stable six miles from Ltaiaster and three miles from Bryantsvtlle near the Lexington pike on the Bout lane below the Fork church at Marksbury at COMBINED HOUSE 15.3 hsnds, four yesrs old .ml absolutely sound, Bel sorrel, four white Sired by Chester Chlf 1129. he by Chester Dire 10. Dim American Maid 12080.. by American Eagle 2031, he by Rex Squirrel 2nd, 2033 This horse possesses the style of the Chester Dire family, with good bone and ihort hack and an attractive looking horsr. . fe, $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT "MAJOR HEARNE" i ' . . J i j The Old Price of $10.00 Each to Insure a Living ;Colt. 47-- Fee $25. to Insure a Living Colt For Further Information Address Lien retained on colt until season Is psld. Dryantaville Phone (krown aa the Matk Golns Jack) JAKE Robt. R. Fox, route Lancaster, Ky. GIVE TILL 7 He Is 15.1 hands high, good hope and heod md u number He will make the eeuson nt one Jack. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. acci- joe Mcdowell, Danville, Kentucky. Jr. I IT HURT15 THE KAISER asV.sSaaV I Season duo If mare ts parted with. Lore taken to prevent dents but not respi risible should tiny m r. IMtNtM Rowland Peavine 6053. Chestnut Stallion, Foaled Ma 14, 191' Sired by Hex Peavine No. 1706, bv Rex McDonald No. 333. by R.x Denmark 040 lit dam Bourbonitt No. 0297 (full sitter to Bourbon's Best) bon Clef 97t, by Harrison Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 39. 2nd dam Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 3rd dam by Wilson'. King 2197. 4 tli dam Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is a rich chestnut, with star and snip! stands 13.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds; six years old. As you will see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Kentucky has ever produced, and Is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity 'to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Will make the season of 1918 at my stable on East Main street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. k V SSW 'mwm 0ffM lAl' FRANK ARNOLD. MILTON. A good Registered Percheon Stal- lion, weight 1550 pounds, lias been standing in Jessamine county for four years and proven to be a great breeder. He will make the season of 1918 at ftV T TJk my place one and ond-hamile from Camp sNelson on the Lexington and Danville pike at $12.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. Will also at same place stand The good big Grey Jack owned by G. B. Bruner, at $10.00 TO INSUREA COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. lf J. C. pailev), Stanford, 4I6 K- - H. G. KING. CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. ROGERS DENMARK By Ramey Denmark He by Hamlet ll'J by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 54. Kogrra Denmark, 1st dam Miss Ogdrn by Dremion Denmark. 2nd dam Miss Wallace, by Butler Denmark, by Hamlet 113. He is ten years old, daik bay with white star, Vi hand;, showng all the gaits under saddle. He ts just as good individual as his pedigree would indicate and has proved a good aire, his colts having good action, lota of atyle and easily controled. This horse will make the .season of 1918 at the farm of It. K. Conn on White Lick. 2, miles south weat of Paint Lick, at Courtesy Baltimore; American. I GREY EAGLE Buy A Libert Bond. i 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. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. v At same time and place will stand my ap'er.dld five year old Jack Taft Napoleon 6296 1918. SEASON John Grey at 58. To Insure A Living Colt. JOHN GRAY la a gray Jack, 15 hands high, good bone and ear ami considered one of the best Jacka in this neighborhood. He is royally bred being by Long Tom, he by Wm. Todd's big Jack, he by Marmaduke. 1st dam by Billy Breckinridge, he by Bourbon Chief, 2nd dam by Bourbon Chief. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occurv Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Seeron due when mate is bred to another horse or jack, or sold or parted with. 1918 Is (i'A hands high, standard measure. Star Chester, AT Also 6470 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER. 6470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1918, AT OUR FARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY., AND NEAR McCREARY, Hills Napoleon 4th, 6295 Is 15i hands high by the standard. These Jucks ore by Hills Napoleon 3rd. 37 CO; he by Daughmans Napoleon 2354; by fim Noroltm 171G; l.e by Old Ncrolitn. 2CC4; l.c by John Motfnn. Sr,, The dam beiri! KtnlLckjs j 1051 by Marmaduke, 1420. by Bite Riblcn. Krr.lutky Best, 2nd dam ;Joe Blackburn 1454; 3rd dam Dnity 1215. H. P. CONN, Route No. 3. Paint Lick, Ky. $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL Brown Stallion with three white feet 15J willelgh 1)00 pounls, has long fine neck, fine head set on high nice thin withers, good abort back with as good a tail as ever was on a horse, good bone and good feet. KINO MONROE, I'.iimnk 4099 hands high, io.. . (Crlglers Denmark j a a o 2' d o ss 5S IRei Rex Moaroe Psu i Uou Hark Vl.. tetsr , I Black S.iulrrIM . Ilersoft M t Mislues Pvomark M we believe we are offering a horse with richer blood lines than any Saddle Stallion standing at three times the fee. lie lias for his sire Champion Bourbon Star, who won in more classes than any horse In Kentucky during his show career . Bourbon Star was sired by Bourbon King, he by Bourbon Chief and so on down through the Chief family, STAR CHESTER, 0470, by Bourbon Star, 2t12, he by Bourbon King, 1788, he by Bourbon Chief, 97C. Bourbons Star's 'dam Ella Rodman, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S dam waa Ermine Dare, 8330, by Dare Devil, 1970, by Chester Daro 10. Second dam Daughter, by Chester Dare, 10. You can readily see we are offering the blood which Is In our greatest Champion Saddle Horses of the day. Will also at the same time and place stand two good lucks. rsl. , Tills horse ami these Jacka will stand at my place on the Buckeye and Lancaster pikr, one mile South of Buckeye at the ssme prices: $8.00-for Horse Colt. $10.00 for Mare Colt. $20.00 for Jennet. These Jacks are 5 sis old, soul d, black with while points and have proven tn be numbvr one bleeders. All caie takrn to prevent accidenta but not responsible ahould my occur T. O. HILL, Phone 338-G- . Buckeye, Ky. b.u 1 3nm.ttr Ptuinark C4 Chief Napoleon, Chief Napoleon, C107, has proven 5107 LeQrai 4 f MsmbrUo Lv (iraod W (Msmbrlno Lottie Buckmsn Mil Dan (pan xa (8omptrliDraiik63 I Kleclrle will stand at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. $25. for Jennet. himself to be a good BLETJCHER 46158 This well bred and well known show hojse will make the season of 1918, at my barn at a (Black Diamond. Jr. Bl.ck DIfKit Jennet Jack. KING MONROE hat us much itjle speed and action aa any saddle horse living. It can be seen that this burse belongs to the greatest family of the saddle horse being a real Denmark, Study his pedigree and be convinced. You can make no mistake by breeding to this horse. He will get you saddle horses of the highest type. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. Every man should breed his mares and breed them to the best, MONROE will make the present season at my barn at KING at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure. He Is 15 hands high, yellow with white points, big bone Finis Napoleon, $15. To Insure a Living Colt. Will also stand two good Jacks at $10. for mare colt and $8. for horse colt. All of the above stock will rnakelthe aeasen at my farm on the Glllispie pike three mile from Paint Lick and two miles from Hackley, and body and lino head and ears. Aa we lire standing two good Jacks this year, wo will e.Wii the farmers a chance to breed their stock at a reasonable lo? fee. We retain a lieu on all colts until season money Is Marea transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits Insurance mid must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. . $20. To Insure a Living Colt. It h useless to mention his bietdini! to well krown Is l.e in this community, Theie Is no belter bitd lirrte IMntf. His ipe ond conformation, Ms winnlni of the Champion Road Class and the Champion Breeding Class at the Kentucky State Fair Kerlitly. i'is colts are Walker & A. Phones 364-- D. and Brarlshaw 364-- Places him above any other homers bone In fine and sell high when put on the market. N. W. ROGERS. R. F. D. No. 3. ' Lancaster, Ky. W, B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record.'.Thursday, April 25. 1918. SILAGE USED IN 7 COULD HARDLY STAND FEEDING CATTLE Com Fodder Is Gradually Being Replaced In Corn Belt Sections. MOST ECONOMICAL PRACTICE AGENTS WANTED TO SELL ALONE Terrible Suffering From Headache, SiuetrJte, Backadi?, and Weakness, Relieved by Cardai, Says. This Texas Lady. Gonzales, Tex. lire, Minnie Phll-pc- t, of this place, wrlte3: "rive years njo I was taken with a rain In my left aide. It was right under my left rib. It would ccramenco with an aching and extend up Into my left choulder and on down Into my back. By that tlmo the pain would be eo cevcro I would have to take to bed, and Buffered usually about three days ..I Buffered this wayfor three years, and got to be a mcro skeleton and was co weak I could hardly stand atone. Was not able to go anywhere nnd had to let ray house work go.. .1 suffered awful with a pain In my back and I had the headache all tho time. I just was unable to do n thing. My Ufa was a misery, my stomach got In nn awful condition, caused from taking sb much rredlclno. I Buffered co much pain. I had just about given up all hopes of our cettlns anything to help Not Only Is Corn Plant More Fully Utilized, but Animals Oo Better Than on Dry Ration Silo Is of Especial Value. '''''' "jV" (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture) Mn many sections of the corn belt corn fodder Is being replaced gradually by silage In the ration for beef animals. Where there aro enough animals to Justify the building of a silo the feeding of ullage Is usually tho more economical practice of the two, as n much larger' proportion of the stover can be utilized as silage than pthcrwlse. Not only Is the corn plant more fully utilized, but cattle usually me. do better on silage than on a dry raOno day a Dlrthday Almanac was tion. thrown In my yard. After reading Expensive Feed. Its testimonials I decided to try Car-du- l, Sllnge, because of the grain that It nnd am so thankful that I did, contains nnd because of tho expense of for I began to Improve when on the bicontJ bottle. ..I cm now a well putting It up. Is n relatively expensive feed; consequently In localities where woman and feeling fine and tho cure large amounts of cheap, rough feeds hR3 been permanent for It has been two years since my arc nvallable the silo may not always I will nlnays pial. 3awful bad health. and prove economical. However, when Cardul." Try Cardul tcday. recommend 12 78 Rich roughage Is and high priced the feeding of silage usually will pay. This would be especially true If, Instend of cutting their highest-yielding corn, tho farmers habitually would select that pari of the crop halng the lenst grain. The silo Is of especial value In helping, to make the most of the corn crop In years when tho corn Is bndly damaged by drought D. or wlun because of frosts It does not get ii chance to mature. In years when hay anil grain arc both high, the putting of busked stover g A 5$ In Garrard County, at Paint Lick, "Buckeye and Bryantsville. The Oldsmobile is the second oldestCsir in the United States-Twen- tv Years . Successful Business. U until three vears atro the cheanest oar thev built rancred from S3. 000 to $7,000. Today they are offering you a little Six Touring Car, 2,400 pound weight, a2X4 tires for, $1285. delivered. And a little Eight, either Five or Seven Passenger, $1,640.00 delivered. Five years ago when the Studebaker, Overland and Buick were bringing ' from $700. to $1,500, the Oldsmobile was bringing from $3,000 to $7,000. It is far the best value on the market for the money. It is a perfected car. To our Agents we furnish the cars and allow them a liberal commission. All we ask is for you to get a demonstrator. Phone us at our expense for agents proposition. g Jg Oliice at Rainey s Livery Stable. Kentucky Lnncasier. Or. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ft J. A. Beazlev rUNCRAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. 8 g g g H g & Xi H. Superior Type for Beef. Into the silo should prove profitable. Although this practice has not been extensively followed, the results that have been reported seem satisfactory. Fed In Moderate Amounts. In nn Investigation conducted by specialists of the United States department of agriculture, which Included n study of nearly 500 stock farms In the corn belt states. It was found that sllnge Is an excellent feed for breeding animals, but that from the standpoint of economy It ordinarily should be fed only In moderate amounts and that It should not replace too much of the cheap roughage. One hundred of of the fnrms (or nearly one-fift- h those under consideration) wero feeding silage, and their average winter-fee- d bill wns $10 per head. On 29 of these farms approximately, 12 per cent of the ration wns silage, an average of three-fourth- s of a ton being fed to tho cow. As 11 per cent of the feed was made tip of chcop roughage, the silage' displaced only fodder and the moro expensive hay and grains. The average cost of wintering the cows on these farms was $14. Hie avcrago quantity of sllnge fill on the next BO farms was JS tons, nearly one-thir- d of the ration being made up of this feed. Although the cows ou. these farms received 100 feed units less feed, their winter-fee- d bill was $lfl.."3. In the next group. 21 fnrins, sllnge constituted one-hnof the ration, the cows rcccMng nn average of 2.75 ton each. As only of this ration was composed of the cheaper roughage, tho nvcroge feed bill for these cows was J17 although they received 400 feed units less than did the cows In the first group. It Is evident that on the farms In this third group sllngo wns replacing too Inrgely the cheaper farm J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, f , $ s Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. DANVILLE, R. M. ARNOLD KENTUCKY. store that can show you a full and complete line of all that is required to furnish a house from cellar to garret .". John M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Olllce Hours 8 - KENTUCKY. ?:30-9p.- ocr 12 Stormes Drug Store. IT IS A REAL PLEASURE To trade at You have choice onil pick of th largest and molt select dock of house furnishings ever shown in this part of th country, when you trade with ua. The prices cannot be anything else but RIGHT. Our suip-mefor making deliveries, it the belt In II State. A purchase made here will be in your house within from one to two house after jour order la given. If the distance does not exceed over 35 miles. MAKE 0111 STORK A VISIT. You will enjoy it whether you buy or not. ! Largest Hens' Eggs. egg' are produced In Munehurla, those weighing one-sixtof n pound being common. 'I he largest liens' a.m. 14pm. r. I.e. m4 r,C BOOKKEEPING Buslneta,Phonograpny TYPEWRITING and Dally Thought l'ollteness appears to hae been Indented to pliable M'opli who would naturally fall out, to llu together In pence. Take Oreaae Out of Matting. When coconut matting bus got badly greased, scrub It with hot soapy water. then rinse thoroughly by ilmwlng It several times through" n bath of cold water, or hnng It over n clean clothesline and brush It well ullh cold water; allmv it to remain there to drain and dry. Famous Alcnji Two Lines. Sir Arthur Oman ImjIo was u doctor before be hi mm.' funiculi in the creiitor of Sherlock Holmes. Ho folIn lowed Ids profession at South the eighties, nnd for hi" services a comniandnnt of n Held hospital In the Iloer war he received the thanks of the government. TELEGRAPHY tLf. WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS tt tipf rlnc Is It PrwltlM fcu tnd tonkin lulnM. ato 40 Tart tMaratln W . womo for a r "Eaur "w' tonne ?nn Udmi W1LHI H Hm JmiTIl,lXlact9ii,Kr. 7r .". COLUQE l.s.lssaij. Hardy Flowering It will pay you to visit our Plants ans Bulbs Rug Department and just see for yourself what we have to oiler In the way of Rugs. W e are showing a wonderful big line of Walte Hugs this season specUrass ially designed to take the placo of ilrussels, Axmlnttera and Velvets which have been forced to a very high mark due to the war. Our Walte Grata Hugs are beautiful In pattern attractive and artla. tlcajly figured, in a very beautiful Tan. Drown, Green and Illue pattern. Trices quoted are unusually low. 27xM Walte Grass Hugs. $1 35 For Fall Planting Write for particulars and KKEH FALL ! LOWER HOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. $1.00. ! for fall $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs SUCCULENT FEED FOR HORSE Roots and Ccrn Silage Not Used to Any Great Extent Carrots Considered Best. Succulent feeds, such as roots and corn silage, have not been used In this country to any erent extent for horso feeding. Of tho root crops, currots aro considered best for horses. Although low In food value, when compared with grains, they have a high value as conThe serious objection to ditioners. their extended use Is the large amount of hand labor required In their Potatoes for Hogs. too small or too badly In SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. - HARRODSBURG, KY. ' Bruises and Sprains Have Sloan's Liniment hand y. for bruises and sprains and all Quick relief mini and aches. us prompt application. follows No need to rub. For rheumatic acbrs, iieural(!a, still muscles, lame Lack, lumbago, gout, strains, and sprains, it gives quick, rtlitl. . Onerous suH roulrl. 3x72 Cx 2 00 Walte Orsis Rugs if.', (!x!2 00. 8 60 64x90 SxlO Walte Grass Rugs $1.75 10 00. 9x12 100 Sapp-Slat- on Furniture SUCCESSORS TO A. P. WHEELER FURNITURE CO. Co. Potatoes Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. jured for human use aro still valu Walter Humphrey R. U Barker able as hoc feed, especially If boiled. I In the form of pork they will bring John Tatum. We will aid other nanus f or!5 cents real money. In the shipper'! damp 'cask. pile they are a total loss. , I The undersigned hereby e've warn-in- R to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of tHs Uw, Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N 11 Price R.L. Elkln Rlgsby. J. C. Ritsby. S. Mrs. Emma Wirginbotham. Mrs, J, Wade Walker. It. L. Arnold ' ' Jamea M, White and wife. POSTED a 8 VEGETABLE MATTER TO INCREASE CROPS Liberal Supply of Humus ts0ne of Greatest Factors. Many Enterprising, Firmer Are Grow. Ing Leguminous Crept and Turn Ing Under Method Them Adopted on Virginia Farm. (Prepared by tha United Statu Depart ment or Agriculture.) In many sections of the Rasteru Slntos whore the soli hai become worn by continual cropping, the addition of n liberal supply of humus for vege- table piatter Is one of the greatest factors necessary to Increase the pro duction of crops. To supply this need many enterprising farmers are grow' Ing legume crops and turning them under. That the fanners who have adopted this practice are being amply repaid Is shown by the increased yields which they are able to secure. On one farm In Caroline County, Va., the regular practice had been to grow corn on the land one year In three and to allow each field to "rest during the other two years. The "rest Ing" process was to allow weeds and trash to grow up and thus nccumu late sufficient fertility for another crop of corn. With this system of cropping the yield of corn' ranged gen erally from 15 to 18 bushels. The Improvement of the soil on this farm began first by planting one of the poorest fields to cowpeas. The cow-pens were cut for hay and the stubble dIMted and seeded to crimson clover. The following pprlng the crlmon clo ver crop was turned under and the field planted to corn. At the last work' Ing of the corn, crimson clover wns again sown. The following spring the same process was repeated by turning under the crimson clover and planting corn again on the same land. This practice was continued for five years. The third year the yield of corn wns about 40 bushels to the acre and tho fifth year the crop made a yield of TO bushels to the acre. Up to the time of the change In the cropping system. It had been the regu lar practice to apply 200 pounds of 10 per cent acid phosphate per acre to each crop grown. Under that system, however, crop yields could not be maintained. After the change In cropping system, the same amount of acid phosphate was applied each year to the corn crop. The only real change In method was to grow first n crop of cowpeas and after that to turn under n catch crop of crimson clover In preparation for the corn each year. The Improvement In soli conditions Is fur ther evident from the fact that after the fifth consecutive corn crop, wheat was sown ond a yield of 22 bushels per acre was harvested. While these yields are not extremely large. It was possible by simple methods and with comparatively small expense to In crease the producing capacity of some very poor land to about three times what It bad formerly been. The Central Record, Thursday, April 25, 191 8. m Wires In London, and telephone wires. It Is estimated, eitend 73,600 overhead and 021,000 miles miles tendon's telegraph SILK PRESSES H4.75 World's Chief Battlefields. The world's battlefields have been In tho heart chiefly, and there the greatest heroism has been secretly eieN clsod. Heecher. Never Learn.d It. We nskeil Hie young lady across the way If tho ever used the thesaurus viho.i she hsit anything In write and she snld she'd never learned to operate It and stUI used her fountain pen-Matter of (letting Even. Mrs. Hie "We must hate the Illjsv bys to dinner. Wo owe them one." Use "That's so. We pnsaed an aw. fut ermine Ihere, nml It's nothing more than rlcht that they should pass one here." Itoston Transcript. All In the Family. In China every member of a family Is responsible for order In that family and every Inhabitant of a city Is Jointly responsible with every other dtlsen for Its tranquility. If a younger Son In a faintly should commit a crime, the older son Is likely to be taken Into custody for the offense, ami, perhaps, terials are Foulards, Taffetas, Satins, Crepe de Chene, and Gingham Silk Plaids. We offer on Special Sale This Week a Lot of Over Fifty New Silk Dresses at $14.75 for Choice. The Ma- Summer Dresses. variety of beautiful styles at very moderate prices beginning at $5.75, $6.50, $7.50, $9.00 and on up to $25.00. in Voiles, Linens, Organdies and Ginghams. Fresh from New York the very latest ideas to be had A big New Shirt Waists. original line. , Within the last week we have received more than 75 new Georgette and Crepe de Chene Waists at $3.75, $6. and on up. The line is even more varied than our Where Men Wear Combs. In Cejlon. the .Singhalese men wear lung hair, twisted Into a coll at the tmclt of the head, mid a horseshoe-diii'H- il tortoise-she- ll comb nt the tup, whit the women wear no such orne-iiiiThe men vie with one another In the quality and finish of the comb. This custom supports a large number of coiiitf-nialerwho get the raw material fro.u tho hauk's-hll-l turtle. Petroleum In Glbllcal Times. Natural petroleum has been used certainly since tho time of Cyrus. It wns known In antlrnt lllbllnil history, where It l descrltied as "the salt of the earth." When such cull loses Its suvor It Is only fit to Iw trodden under the fiHit of man, because on loslir Its volatile essence It asphalt, which was used for pnteuicrits both In Nineveh and Ilnlijlou. Hoe Your Own Row, It you are Indifferent, If yon think hint work beneath you, then )ou are i hopeless proposition. Influential fricuds may Indeed aniwrr your call aud do their utmost to keep yyh In the pvsltlou yon jjnged to but If you have not derrlopvd or tried to develop the "talent" yon were so surt you potseswd. your time Is abort In the "big" place, and the quicker you awsken to this fact the better It will be for you aad all Tailored Suits and Coats We call special attention to these Sultsand Coats because these are all made from PURE WOOL MATERIALS and It will be a long time before we can again offer such garments at anything like present prices. It will pay you to buy for next season, right now. A. B. 1200 pounds. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Golden Emerald 6827. "How Long Would It Take to Got the Kaket-- J' PICTURE Of AVfJiAU. rXR A COMrvJlTTW TO COMB ABOUND .IWD T HIS MAN WAlTWCi TRACT OF LAND FOR ALFALFA iFrequent Borings Should Bo Madt to Common Auger. Rich sorrel Stallion, foaled 101 J; 10 hands high and weighs Atctruin wnaraeur or son use Sired by Golden King, dam Enteral Queen. II red by J, tiano Johnson of Mt Sterling. (From the United States Department of If you wont to raise mares that will sell, or raise the top kind of Afrtculturt.) In examining a tract of land for al- mules that bring the extra high price, then breed to Golden Emerald. falfa frequent borings should be made He will make the season of 1018 at the barn of T. L. Yontis, two 'with a soil auger to determine the character of tho soli and subsoil as miles from Lancaster on Buckeye road nt well as the drainage conditions. This Instrument will usually be of greater TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. value In determining the adaptability of a particular tract to alfalfa than a Money due when colt Is foaled or mare traded or parted with. Care tak chemical analysts of the soil. A comauger with the shank en to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. mon lU-lnc- h 'lengthened and a suitable crossbar for a handle Is practical, for this use. lintliiifMa. $10. YANTIS C& I EMBRY. THE Bcm ARE WAITING, FOR WAR FUEL SLOGANS (Prepared by the United States De. partment of Agriculture.) Keep up with the war programburn wood. Cut a cord and help win the war. Save coal for munition Industries by burning war fuel. Now Is the time to cut wood. Coal Is scarce there's "wood to burn." Wood Is wartime fuel cut; It and burn It PAINT IS GREAT BEAUTIFIER Mrs. Mary May, who has been registered Eighteen little boys with her daughter, Mrs. Woods for pigs In the Boys Pig Club. Walker, for several months returnMr. and Mrs. M. K. Ross return ed to her home in Enfield, 111. Springs Monday. ed from Hot Mr. J. II. Ralston of Camp Taylor was the guest of the home folks for We have put in a Corn Dryer and are heating the corn to about 300 Mrs. Edd Williams has been ill degrees hent and thereby making a Meal that is good, wholeeomo and with measles. dry. Try it and you will be pleased Mr. L. T. Kirk Is in raintsville, Garrard Milling Co. for a few days stay. PAINT LICK Wr4V AROttMTJ AND 'EM t9l, the week end. Miss Lucy Francis, Mrs. F. II. Smith and Mrs. Kite Woods were Lexington this week. dpaoa balow Ibis ueadiu ta for the vietn Wise Farmers Keep Their Homes and u Mrs. Rice Woods was the guest Ive us of oar larmrr .nlvrtler., and U for Buildings Painted to Protect Lumtmh laa ber From Decay. this week of Mrs. Robert Wulker at tarn tale of :ook. stain and afford things ou. as Ilia farmer cautiol lo a4er-tltethe "Howling Dog Ranch". No nolle will txt accepted otrr lour Taint Is a great beautlfler of propwo t.,ir of tie bsoulrlii erty. A coat or two of paint has sold Little Miss Mary Riddell has re llati, and will coarse acoao, fres of many homes and perhaps kept many turned homo after n weeks visit to owners from trying to sell. As an in- icr grandmother, nt Kingston. D. M. For Sals-Tobsticks. p vestment In paint saves the The Red Cross Chapter met with Csrter, Carterfville. Kv. high cost of building materials. Wise week.The men keep their houses and barns Mrs. F. II. Smith this For Sale Texas ssddlc. Good conpainted to protect the lumber from next meeting will be nt Lcdford's dition J. G. Il'irnalda. Hall. decay. and Mr. Rev. W. M. Eldrldge Firat Class Seed Corn for Sale. IMPORTANCE OF LIVE STOCK James N. Denny, are attending P. F. I'rewltt, It. F. D. 1, Presbytery nt Tleasant Grove this I'hone 88C-Furnish Market for Crop and Enable week. Why breed your mares to a horse ct Farmer to Return Plant Food Misses Annie and Ida Sanders ta the Soil. were the guests of friends from 111, smsll bone and lets breeding, when Golden Emerald stands at $10.00. An Important function of live stock who are visiting in Kirksville, Mon Yantls & Embry, ion the farm la to furnish a market for day evening. tho crop 'grown, enabling farmer to Mr. and Mrs. Author Riddell, Mr. Barred Plymouth Rock eggs from convert toe grasses, forage Crops, leand .Mrs. D, W White and Miss choice strain. 76c for 15. Phone 47-fingumes, and m on. Into high-price- d In Bryantsville exchange. visitors ished products and to return to the aoll Av McWhorter were Mrs. J. W. Msbsn, Lancaster Ky. Kingston Sunday, 1 food IM plant taken tarn