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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 2, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918050201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 2, 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. 9 THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 2. 1918. BUSINESS MEETING There will be n business meeting nt the court house next Monday evening, at 7:30, preparatory to the big Red Cross drive which is to take placcthls month. Those Interested should attend this important meeting. NUMBER S. POPULAR Called Into BOY DYING A NATURAL DEATH CORN PLANTERS. CUTTING CUL-TIPAGKE- Serrice Of "Uncle Sam" THE OR ASSASSINATED? Should The People Hare A Verdict DELINEATOR Ren HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, MOWING -- dered In Accordance With The Facts? War-Time and the MACHINE NEW GARAGE. Messrs Frank Conn nnd Kil Dough-crt- ) have opened n gnrngc in the Raney stable and arc well prepared to take care of all your car troubles. They are both splendid workmen nnd wc can recommend their serRead their advertisement vices. on the front page of this issue, f plement. AND HAY RAKES. How would you like to save on your ims purchase besides getting a first-clas- DESERTER ARRESTED. Larue Casey, who volunteered his services immediately after the outbreak of the war, InApril 1917, was arrested as a deserter from Camp Shelby, and was taken to Camp X.achary Taylor last Monday morning by sheriff Walker. This is the second offense of desertion by young Casey and a prison term of rcvcral years, will probably be his penalty for his last unpatriotic act. It pays to see us about your wants. Our are just wnat yon are looking for. BUGGIES Brothers. LJlJ (( is "Go to Sunday Day" In Kentucky, and wo want the Lancaster school to do its ORIGIN OF "SAMMIE." LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. part. This means that every mem-ber- of It is said when the American the church should attend the troops landed "over there" they Bible school Sunday morning 9:50. were greeted with a thunderous We regret to announce that there "Hurrah for our friends". The are several members of the church Francois for this is "Vive les nmis" who are on the sick list. Sarah llernhardt is nt her best In FOR SA1.F.: An old time. Four (veev lay zamee.) The sermon subject for Sunday- J'ot, rope bed, In perfect condition. "Mothers of France" at Romans' caught the sound The Americans morning will be, "The World Crisis "zamee" and Opera House tonight. Apply fit this office. thought they were being erected A Call To Prayer." boys". Members of the Christian Church, afternoon, LOST: Sunday A letter was recently received in us "Sammies", "Uncle Sam's nick-nam- e what was so about that War Garden? large Cameo pin. Kewaril If Louisville from a soldier "over The mistaken Having a War Garden is almost an turned to this office. there" dated under the heading. good that it sticks. expression of religion these days. Hi Sans Origine. friends were We still hae a sneaking suspicion delighted to know where he landed e are planning to observe that Villa has a German anceitor and cot out maps of France to TINDER PLACE SELLS AGAIN Mother's Day", May 12th, in our somewhere in hi family history- church. Squire S. T. Sanders who recentlocate cape Sans Origine. Their The subject of the sermonette to eagerness was blighted on being in- ly purchased the place of Rev. F. Don't fail to see Sarah llemliardt formed that the words were French M. Tinder, has resold the place to the children for Sunday will be of France" nt Itomans' In "Mothers Luck". Itrutus Wearren, for $17,500, for "without origin". Opera House, thin, Thursday niKht. Help us make Sunday which is an advance of $4,000, over a great day for, you will be missed if your the former price, Mr. Snnders is to von Hcrtling insists Chancellor pew is empty. in an get the crops this year. The farm Historians are engaged Russia has not been "dishonorinvetigatlon to determine when I that Parents of the Lancaster Chris contains 77 acres and possession ed." If the treatment Russia has will be given January 1st, tian church, help your minister in the first submarine boat was used. been subjected to 1919. at the hands of Mr. Sanders, we hope will continue nJ.. the RED CROSS WORKERS securing the presence of the chilThey hae strangely overlooked the p-aGermany contains no element of peculiar state of affairs? dren in the church Reevidence of old Jonah. to reside with us and may buy anworship. n OOODld Take Uunge dishonor, Americana may form From Thl$. jthere a conspiracy in restraint of quest your children to remain for In the county. pretty fair conception of what our other farm trade? Is there a nigger in the the worship each Sunday. A soldier recently expressed an- After the United States had dewould be were wc to fall into preciation of the work and support woodpile? Cannot Ollie James call bated for eight hours whether the fate hands, especially BY THE HUNDRED. if they their of the women of the country. "Its an investigation? Can t Beckham word "intended" should be substito mix a little disOne hundred Ford cars have pass like this", he went on eagerly, do his Part! wnat about Cantrilt and "calculated", should decide tuted for tlie. word honor in their treatment. ed through Lancaster this week, on "when I was at college on field day Harvey Helm? that body must have adjourned with the way to Southern point. Some we were doing a little bit of a" Can J""1 ,now the farmers why very' Jaded intellects. How proud OF going through as far as the coast. Marathon. When we swung round, the cotton men, the wool men have we should be that not the smallest EXAMINATIONS. Prospered and only the hemp grow-hea- rt They were being driven from the track where my little sweet- matter escapes the Argus eyes of come and naturally sat. out of the noise of shout- - er is laboring under the burden of our law makers. The examination for the Common Cincinnati If you can, see what School diplomas will be held on through our city, being much near Ing and clapping I could hear her Iow I hand, if any, the International Har-fc- lt ..ON A subscriber suggests that in May 10th and 11th. The exami- er route to all points south. From voice cheering me. Whenever losing, myself that wistful vestcr People are holding; find out dealing with loiterers we exempt nation for white teachers will be hero they go to Crab Orchard, Wisconsin and other places are agree to held May 17th and 18th; colored thence to Ilroadhead, Mt. Vernon treble note kept going, and gavewny We'll the fiihermen. WEDNESDAYS 8. AT9:30 that if they arc required to estab- teachers examination. May 24th, London, Mlddlesboro and Knoxvillo new strength and swiftness to my DUS'lnR hemp seed to raise hemp. feet. I kept going, and I won that 'ct Kentucky growers are forced to lish the absolute truth of every tale and 25th. All meetings held at the all over the Dixie Highway. Located at th city limits of Stan race she and I together. told, and demonstrate It's .ult the raising of the fibre? Hemp that they court house. Teachers money for like that to us soldiers, we'll win broken by machinery, half cleaned. ford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, on have really contributed to the meat the sixth salary is now IN LIVERPOOL month HOSPITAL. the war knowing the women of supply, ready for distribution. our," selling today for more on the Somtntt pike market than our own good hand Thit It tobacco, hemp, wheat and Mr. and Mrs. Terrill Layton have country arc backing us." cleaned Kentucky hemp. Inves corn land, well fenced and well at Just received their first message tigate the value of hemp by experts ercd. In high state of cultivation, from their son, Brewer, who left for S202.250.00 not controlled by the International very fertile, been well taken care "Over there" about March 1st. The Harvester Co., or some other firms. of, splendid frontage on two pikes message stated that he was in a hosAmount Garrard Has Raised To Date. Find out what profit the thread and susceptible of advantageous pital in Liverpool, England, but had According to a statement issued miller and manufacturers made last division, with beautiful building about recovered from an dttnek of uy inairman, u. r. iiuuson, year and what profit they are going sites on either pike. mumps. The family is of course rard county has raised up , : i .i .m .. The land will be sold in LOTS very much gratified to hear some ncsday " "Z used afternoon. $202,250.00 to-1- ,. thing, even though he should be in ward the Third Liberty Loan. and one 'n conjunction with and "BABY FARMS", " . . about the hospital, but the letter stated rpreivpn tplirm from , rhnlrninn , iwool, cotton and linen in the making tract oflooking 120 acres. farm if ' " ' or- cloth, " In ., over the . that he was about well and would Dion, yesieruay, congratulating oiu The statesmen of Kentucky there is any particular part the soon Join hii company nt the front Garrard on the magnificent showing should take up buyer wants let me this matter nt once prospective she has made in distributing and so we can know whether to make know, as It is a plain business prop selling these bonds among RED CROSS NOTES. nearly stove wood of our hemp brakes or osltion for me to sell it the way the one thousand citizens. Another try to stay with the industry. Why buyer wants it. The Garrard County Chapter of source of gratification to the leadEngine stop? Something wrong with the meis it you can the Bill of Lading Remember land values are on the the Red Cross has shipped during ers in this movement, was the fact from Danville,take step to the 'phone, tell CenHudson and Davis, i ncrease an d I will sell this farm the month of April the chanism? following that every bank in the county over- with a car of hemp consigned to supplies; an with possession at once for less tral to give you No. and your troubles subscribed its quota, the Bank of Eastern Manufacturer, and then than it will bring this Fall, so the 110 hospital bed shirts, 2100 sur Brynntsville more than doubled hers. soon be over. will write to the same firm about a sale purchaser will get the crops and a gical dressings, 8 sweaters, 15 pairs At any rate the county has won her of your hemp and receive no ans profit if he wants to sell. of socks, 7 helmets and 8 pairs of honor flag und she now flies from greatest little trouble fix-cr- s We are the wer; the same is also true of Spears. Some of the land Is In wheat, wristlets. the balcony of the court house, a Have the books open some plowed now ready to go In The headquarters which recently token of you ever ran across. reward that cun and will farmers see if there is anda let the tobacco, hemp moved to the largo room over the be pointed not or corn, and the bal com out with pride by her woes me law not lurnisn ance in blue grass. Citizens Nutional Bank, are now citizenship. juiiuuiun. We're hunting trouble n redress. EASY TERMS. Bear In mind hemp one delightfully located, the large room .year ago was selling at $14.50 and being well lighted und peculiarly It sells at the "High Dollar" and OVER THE TOP" with the conditions heretofore s men t ho tie who know me know that it adapted for the work. tioned, this year is selling for $12. will be cut loose and sold. Br Sergeant Empty, to Start In Next Issue Don't tell us there This land Is known as the"Baugh isn't rot someNOTICE. We have the biggest where so rotten that a man with man Farm' and will be one of the secured After this date we will discontinue newspuper serial feature since the catarrh can smell it. Let's have BIG SALES" of the year, as H. We live on trouble. our "true Column to farmers and beginning of the war, entitled "Over the exact facts from the hemp brake C. Baughman will sell at the same k run Instead a "Classified Column", The Top", written by Sergeant to the loom. Let all the people time and place all of his And we get rid of your trouble so quickthe rate in this column being one Arthur Guy Kmpey, and the first sing "A Charge To Keep I Have A and farming implements, consisting ly and easily that you almost feel like invitIn part of 15 fine mules, 10 work cent a word, but no advertisements enstallment will appear In our next God To Glorify". Hemp Grower. Every Americun and brood mares, a mule jack, a taken for less than twenty cents. issue. father. ing trouble just to see us straighten it out. Wc do this for so many ure under mother, daughter, and son, should herd of registered Aberdeen Angus the impression that we have been read this story, which this Americattle, 8 Jersey and red milk cows. No trouble too troublesome for us to CONVENTION. dircrimtnating in favor of the farm- can boy tells in an interesting and 115 head of hogs, sows and pigs, remedy. The District W. C. T. U. convenall ers and to put all on equal footing, thrilling manner, how he did his bit farming; Implements we have decided to make the change. .Somewhere in France". His ex tion will convene at the Christian and machinery. Those rjot using Wednesday the "Classified periences arc grim, but they are church on May 8th. Dinner Served. 1 Column" will be charged the usual thrilling and lightened by a touch evening at eight o'clock there will have made arran-ementwith price of ten cents a line. of humor, as original as they are be a Patriotic program rendered. Hughes and McCarty of Stanford, true. On the back page of this is- Thursday morning, at nine o'clock to show th land before day of sale, By mistake, some one took the sue will be found a synopsis of th the convention proper will begin. so see them or me for further par wrong overcoat from my storo last story, which has twenty-seve- n chap- Thursday evening Mrs. Beauchamp ttculars. county court day, and left a smaller ters, one of which will be run every will make the address. The public SWINEBROAD, one. Please return. week. Start with the next Issue is cordially Invited to all of these THE REAL ESTATE MAN. lt-pCoy S. Sanders. and don't miss a copy. meetings. Lancaster, Kentucky. Conn The Hemp Industry in ten of th best counties of the State of Ken tucky, is on its death bed. Those in commnml thould turn or. th light and immediately find out whether this fibre is a necessity. If it is, it should command a rea sonable price, if not the people should be informed nnd should not be raised. It looks as though some where a hidden hand has n hold on the throttle. Can the hand be found? It can and should be un earthed. Is cotton ured for any of the same purposes that hemp is, is wool or is linen? These and "lirni- liar questions are ones that the hemp growers of Kentucky want answered. In 1915 cotton wns a drug on the market at 15 cents mr Billy" Mill.r. pound. In 1915 hemn was worth The above is a fair likeness of 9 cents per pound. Today cotton our good friend, William rerguxou .has doubled, wool has doubled but Miller, who was called Into the ser- - hemp is only worth 12 cents. vice of "Uncle Sam" and left on Is this fibre used as a substitute the noon train yesterday for Ft. for cither wool or cotton? Let the Thomas. Garrard county has fur- - authorities find out these facts and nlshed any number of splendid report to us why it is thnt every young men, but none more popular other farm crop and every thing thnn our good' friend "Billy". Every, the farmer buys is higher yet hemp body that knows him, admires him. is low er than it was this time last He has always been a particular year. It certainly costs more to friend to this office nnd KSs on produce hemp than any fibre on the many occasions rendered us cour- -' market. It requires our best land tesies for which we shall always be which has increased 30 per cent in grateful. value inthc Inst few years, taxes He is patriotic, every inch of have kept step with the advance in him, and has done valiant services land and the drains for Liberty for the Liberty Bonds, making Loan, Red Cross and other worthy several speeches over the county objects needing support in the pros-i- n Its interest. He leaves here with ecution of the war, are heavy, the hearty good wishes of a host of 'Cutting costs more, breaking three friends, who wish him God speed times what it did in 1915, in fact in the patriotic cause, for which every operation from the breakir.,7 he is willing to give his life. His of the land to the cost of putting popularity is attested to, by the the hemp on the market has risen numerous entertainments, that have jyet hemp is less than it was lat been given in his behalf, among I year. It certainly looks strongs to them being a "storm party" at the the old farmer who generally sits ruman last rnday evening. 'tight and saws wood. Is it not due Uhe farmers of Kentucky that Con- - Budget Subscribe nt the specially attractive rate offered by our Pattern Department. Savings in Food and Clothes. Red Cross Patterns JOSEPH Mercantile CHRISTIAN (J. School Co. CHURCH R. MOORMAN) NOTES. Next Sunday T AUCTION SALE Pr'5 193 ACRES OF LAND Car Trouble? HeL.i Call Us. Just 58 ', CAR TROUBLE. Conn & Dougherty. At Raney's Stable. The Central Record, Thursday, May 2 1918. LADIES OF RED CROSS Following Foolnlcpj of Their Fort-Mol- b crs In Responding To War Netds. Some Interesting History. that the Garrard County women are so devotedly doing their bit'. of their And the generous giving time and their talent to the work of Is but atavistic of the the Red Cross response in the hour of need ma.!, by their noble y A I'crttiin nged lady of Tennes."-- . ..a knitted so many socks, r ivtte them so beautifully, for has receive ' 'lic that she 'il;i:1 letter of thanks from u.-(,eorfc of England. In her you.u lancasterTnsurancc nan tells of friends .'recovery iys me "turned ) off" a pair r Hanmiiyipfhffit; Gohrs In buying Ilanna's Green Seal Paint you pet mora than just so much paint you also get service. This sen-icconsists in the thorough protection and improved appearance Hanna's Green Seal brings to your property. Do you have trouble 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 nest painting job have your painter use e Hanna's Green Seal Formula on Every Package Sold by Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky SEED CORN 'A AT A REASONABLE PRICE. Phone or Write for Samples and Prices 6 1 N Johnson County White, Yellow Dent, Boone County White and other standard early maturing varieties. Tests made by County Agents and Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Germination 90 per cent or better. Owing to limited amount and shipping conditions, ordi-- r at once, Will ship when desired. ssndirc; spfcific shipping instructions. i 2 I boys. lay for the gray-cla- d recalling her memories she declare y know noth the knitters of inn of the urgency of war as ex- dur-npcricnci by our our late civil strife. Tho our o'vn State wo, for ta mos', nart, merely n thorough-fa- r passe through wVcli the armies unit repaswii, yet the times .vere . - nurv . .1 .!. I... l.ui'vrtuivv, mm me ui'liiHiius nobly fulfilled by thoio "denr Mead women", our ancestresses of the 'GOV, themselves bat n gencraticn or so from pioneer days when the alternative was to be staunch and devoted, or perish. Our own good town lay in the route of travel from the South to Camp Nelson, nnd be fore the very doors of our citizens in the passing troops might be seen something of of the hardships soldiering. The compassion of our and our citizens was touched, women had full play for quick thought or tender touch in their reaction to the nppeaL of the hour. A few instances are but typical of the general attitude of helpful ness. At the establishment of Camp Kobinson Dirk the government found it impossible to fulfill its requirements, and for lack of tents. recruits lay in a grove of sugar maples. From exposure and lack of proper nourishment, so many fell ill that the hospital acconimo- inad lations of the camp were equate, and the neighboring dwell morally ings were commandeered, at least, for the service of the stricken. At the Hoskins home, immediately across the road from the camp, a hospital ward was im provised in the salon parlor, and the late Mrs. Eliza Karris, then a yum daughter of the house, devotod her skill as a practical nurse to tin-- sicV attending daily, not only the ones at her home, but those In the neighboring houses, nnd in the Gratefully she hospitals. camp by the soldiers, the was called "Angel of Camp Dick". Jennings I'rice, tho a Dr. ' frc-- i "He suffered considerably attack?, gas in stomach and col! nnd at times was vry yellow. Hi doctors dimidiated hi' ailment as gall bladder trouble ant) that an operation wns necessary. Some en persuaded him to try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Since taking it one year ago he tells me ha been able toeat rnything." It is a simple. harmless preparation that removes the mucus from the intestinal tract and nllays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach liver and intestinal ailments, in cluding appendicitis. One .lose will onvince or money refunded. It. K. McR.OMEr.TS, Druggist- - Inside and Out y ia found In the pratcst nrv-.the use of Dutch Uo? with pure linseed oil. will Rive Outside, Dutch Boy whi'.r-lealonp wear in all Linls of weather. It w.arr smooth end leaves a food surface fcr r. l i! painting. Dutch Boy 3rand For interior walls, it is in beauty of f.nish u.d durubu.ty. Any tint Phoenix may t j had. Our ttotk of paints, oils, vnrniahes, and White-lea- d brushes will meet all your jiuint needs. J E STOHMFS ami K E, MeKOBLRTS, HUYANTSVILLE Miss Mattie Cr.mplell week end nt Taint Lick. Mrs. Elizabeth Ilurgess spent has the viriting relatives in Lexington. Mrs. C. C. Payne, of Jefferson vllle, Ind., is the guest of Mrs, C C Dscker. ban erset, is visiting Mrs. A. T. Christopher of Som her sister, M.ss Eliza Isen. NOTICE 6000, Years of History n rm Mrs. C. M. Deane nnd Mrs. W. K. Davis spent Thursday with relntives in Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan spent the week end with in Lexington. Dalian) relatives Miss Mary Evelyn Owens of Irvine, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. II. W. McAfee. Mr. It. 1.. liurton of Buckeye was the guest of his brother, Mr. It. I. Durton, Thursday. Quite a number from here have been attending the "races" at Lexington, this week. The Ilryantsville High School will close Thursday, May 4th. The students will give a play. Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Doner of Nichotasville, were the guests Sun day of Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. Becker. r 'V Lsi Rev. fl. W. Jackson, B. D. and j g Edinger & Company. Seed Dept. Louisville, Ky. a w. Funeral Lancaster, avwm Director and Embalmer. sympathizer, Southern staunch Trof. D. J. Miller has returned was helJ in respect by the enemy to his school duties here. His that more than one unfortunate brother being called to the army by a last week. menaced prison term at Camp Nelson, owed Fine lot of Reiil's yellow his averted fate to Dr. Price's in tervention. Dr. Trice opened his Dent and Tennessee lied Cob, home to a stricken Southern officer White Seed corn , just re who passed there n successful conceived. valescence, reclaiming health under the ministrations of the Doctor's Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnnu. wife, the latcJlrs. Susan A. Trice. Itev. James of Wilmore, conduct At the arrival upon the town of ed' the services at the Methodisi n Southern army, the late William church Sunday, as the pastor, Itev. II. Kinnaird, Esq., cashier of the Connnt, was in Louisville attending I'ederal Hank o fthe town, hurried the Convention. with bags of specie to the neighborThe regular meeting of the W. f". ing house of Mrs. Sarah Crowe Cook, hoping to secrete them there. T. U. was held Thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. L. Cunningham was elected A Confederate officer being in the Mrs. Cook in Jelegate to the District Convention house at the time, stantly dropped them into a trunk at Lancaster, and Mrs. E. W. alternate. at hand, nnd by way of camouflage tossed over it tha frivolous, inconsequential tarleton party gowns (These of her n Ter-kin- s, Wilton Sneed at the COURT HOUSE, will render a rich Musical and Literary Program Monday Night, at 7:30 o'clock. May 6tli Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. iir ir 11 r rrr mrrvTrmi'-rr- r fiwr WORTH $1,000 A BOTTLE MAN IS VALUE CHATTANOOGA PLACES ON VIN HEPATICA "I wouldn't take $1,000 for what one bottle of VI n Hepatlca has dono for me," says Mr. L. A. Cantrell. aged 73. chair worker of Miller avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. "It Is worth $1,000 a bottle. I have been troubled with kidneys for years, catarrh of the head and stomach. After eating a few bites my stomach would swell up like a pumpkin. I had the cramps, was tluty, had to be up almost every hour of the night on account of the condition of my bowels. "llut Vln Hepatlca has changed all that. I don't have to net up at all In the nlgbt. I now eat potatoes, beans, onions anything. 1 had about decided I rould not ncr would not live another week, but after I saw In the papers what Vln Hepatlca had done for others In the same tlx, I thought I would try It and now feel better than I have felt In forty years. Have put in 2i days solid work this week and am going to start In for full time Monday. It. "I have passed my TIth ear and I could not hate held up much longer iiuo ay i was irouuieu. nut vin Her patlca was certainly a to me and I heartily recommend It to my friends." The fact Is, Vln Hepatlca Is a Nature medlclno and not n patent nostrum. It Is a combination of eight of the finest herbal remedies known to medical science, remedies which are prescribed nearly every day by the leading physicians of the world, and they are all combined Into one great Nature medicine for the kidneys, liter, stomach and bowels, and for toning up the system. Nothing Is finer for anyone who Is troubled with the stomach or weak and run down condition. We strongly recommend this great Nature remedy. Come and get a bottlq and try It, on our recommendation. You will like It and It will do you good. E. McRoberts. young girls became Ellen Mrs. Owsley and the late Mrs. Marie Camouflage as Grainger) was successful then as now, and the banks status was saved by the aid of a woman's quickness and coolness. word One house-holdreceived Denton, from Captain Dudley (father of Judge James Denton of Somerset) that he would nrrivu the following day with a body of one hundred men to be fed and quartered for tho night. There was much ado in preparation. . The men came, nnd were duly, provisionspace. ed with food and sleeping Her active sympathy not exhausted by tho days task of caring for so large a body of guests, as a parting expression of the mis tress of the houso sent a negro boy among the soldiers to collect their socks. She hail her slave women wash and dry them, and had them returned to the soldiers before they began their march nt The woman whose quick sympathy Impelled this simple service was the Eliza Jennings I.usk. late Mrs. (From child-hoo- d Mrs. Luik's heart must have been sensative to the soldiering, her father, hardships tot as a young man having been in Indian warfaro in St. Clair's cam paign, and Inter, as general of vhe standing militia, having led the Garrard County men to the north county In the War of 181'J). d With a of such womanly service it Is but logical! The Program will consist of a famous An thropological Address, briefly covering the 6,000 Years of Man's History and giving the Origin and achievements of the races, delivered by A. W. Jackson. Milton Sneed. an old Sontr Writer and his Lan caster Sextet: Herbert Burdette. Wm. Johnson. FAMILY Miss Maud Duncan, Miss Bessie Miller and MEDICINE Fleecy Duncan, will conduct the music and Miss render his new Patriotic productions The Boys In Her Motlier'i Horse, Says This From Old Kentucky, Etc. Georgia Lady, Regarding! The program will be rendered in the interest Relief Irani Headof the A. M. E. Church, which is now being ache, Malaria, Chills, Etc. without and within at quite an expense. Mrs. Chas. Gaston, Itlnccold. Ca. Our Rally May 12th, is at hand and we are of this place, writes: "I am a user m aci. of Thedtord'B It was ono of our family medicines. anxious to meet our financial obligations, thero- Also In my mother's home, when I Ifore we ask every citizen, (white and black) to was a child. When any of ui children complained of headache, usually lend us a hand and give us just 15cts., May u'tb. caused by constipation, she gave us which would 11 you can t come, buy a ticket-se- nd a doso of us 15cts. rectify tho trouble. Often In tiw To our white friends, we extend you a cordial Coring, we would bavo malaria and chills, or troubles of this kind, wo invitation to be present. Spaco will be reserved pretty regwould take ular until tho liver acted well, and for you and your feelings respected. I am sure we would toon be up and around again. We would not bo without It. each of you will not hesitate to donate 15cts to for It certainly boa saved us iota, or our cause. doctor bills. Just a dose of when not to well saves a And you my brave Comrades, the bravest of lot of days In bed." has been the Thedford's Romans, the noble sons of Ham who have In use for many years In tho treatment of stomach, liver and bowel never faltered. I know you will be present and popularity which It troubles, and tbo donate your bit to our cause. now enjoys is proor or us merit. If your liver Is not doing Us duty. Let all Lancaster come, hear this program, if you will suffer from such disagreeable symptoms as headache, bilious you can't come, buy a ticket, or donate 15cts. sees, constipation. Indigestion, etc.. Black-Draugre-par- ed Black-DraugBlack-DraugBlack-Draug- end unless something 1 done, serious trouble may result. has been Thedford's Black-Draugfound a valuable remedy for these vegetable, and troubles. It is purely acts In a prompt and natural way, TegulatlDS the liver to Its proper functions and cleansing the bowels of Impurities. Try It. Insist ou Thedford's. tbo original and genuine. 12 79 COMMITTEE: A. W. Jackson, Milton Sneed, Miss L. Mason Pianist. 15cts. Admission - The Central Record, Thursday, May 2, 1918. U. S. Must Cut Use Of Wheat by One-Ha- lf America Consumed 42,000,000 Bushels Monthly. From Now Until Harvest Must Use Only 21,000,000. RATION PER PERSON IS V2 POUNDS OF WHEAT PRODUCTS WEEKLY Military Necestity Calls for Greater Sacrifice Here Allied War Oread Mutt Be Maintained Our Soldieri and Sailort to Have Full Allowance. If we arc to furnish the Allies with tho necessary of wheat to maintain their war bread from now until the next harvest, and this is a military necessity, wo must reduce our monthly consumption to 21,000,000 bushels a month, as ntjafnst our normnl consumption of nuout 42,000,000 bushels, or oil per cent, of our normal consumption. This Is tho situa tlon as set forth by tho U. S. Food Administration at Washine ton. Kcservinjr a margin for distribution to tho army and for special cases, leaves lor general consumption approximately pounds of wheat products weekly per person. Tho Food Administration's statement continues: Many of our consumers are dependent upon bakers' bread. Such bread must bo durable and therefore, requires a larger proportion of wheat products man cereal urencis uaKca in mo Household. Uur army and navy require a full allowance Tho o in our population can make greater sacrifices In tho consumption of wheat products than can the poor. 'In addition, our population in tho agricultural districts, whero the other cereals aro abundant, are more skilled in the preparation of breads from these omcr ccrcais man mo crowucu city ana Industrial populations, With improved transportation conditions wo now have a surplus of potatoes. We also have in tho spring months a surplus 01 mux, anu wo nave ample corn anil oats for human consumption. The drain on rye and barley, as substitutes, has airenuy grcaiiy uxnuusicu me supply 01 tnese grains. To rlTcct tli ueninl milas of ntirat f.iiL of the arenice inonthlr amount t li well-to-d- The Farm Is No Exception Some farmers argue that the United States Government cannot expect them to increase their output when so many of their best men are being taken away for military service. ... .;! i a upon the purchased In the four months prior to of the American March I. 5. Manufacturers using wheat prod purposes shoulJ ucti for non-foocease such use entirely. a total of 1H pounds per neck of 0. Tbero It no limit upon the uo of pr peraoo. Thla other cereals, flours, and meals, corn, wheat product mrana tm( more than Hi puumls of barley, buckwheat, potato flour, et Mclorj hrrnil containing tho require I cetera. perrentace of suhttltutrs and one-ha- lf Many thousand families throughout pound of cooking flour, macaroni, crackers, pastrj, pin, rakra, wheat the land aro now utlng no wheat prod' uctt whateTer. except a rery small breakfast cereal, all combined. amount for cooking purposes, and are 2. Public eating placra ami claha to doing to in (terfect health and Mtlsfao obsenre two wbeatlcaa (lnya'jicr ek. tlon. There It no reason why all of llonJ.j miI Wnlnrulay, la at preaeuL the American people who aro able to In addition thereto, not to aorta to an one guett at any on meal an cook In their own households cannot aggregate of breadituffa. macaroni, subsist perfectly well with the use of lea wheat producta than one and one-ha- lf crackera, pattrr, plea, cake, wheat Kiundt a week, and we epcclatly brrakfait rereala, conlalnlog a total well-to-dhouseholds In the of uior Uian two ounc of wheat atk th country to follow this additional proflour. No wheat product to be aerred gramme In order that we may provide unlvM apeclallr ordered. Public eating relabllshrni-ni- a not to buy more the nereasary marginal tuppllet for than all ounda of wheat producta fur thote part of the community leaa able ench ninety nival served, thua con- to adapt themtelvea to no large a pro forming with the limitations requested portion of substitutes. Id order that we shall be ebl to of the householder. 3. Itetallera to tell not mora than make the wheat export that are abof a barrel of flour to an solutely demanded of us to maintain town customer at any on time and tho clTll population and aoldlcrs of the of a barrel alllea and our own army, we propose not inon than to any country customer at any'one to supplement the voluutary time, and In no rate to sell wheat tlon nf the public by a further llmlta producta without the aal of an equal tlon of distribution, and wo shall place at once restrictions on distribution weight of other cereals. 4, We ask the takers and grocer to which will be adjusted from time to reduce the volume of Victory bread time to secure as nearly equitable die- trlbutlon a possible. With the arrival old, by dellrery of the three-quartpound loaf where one pound waa sold of harvest we should be able to relax Until then ue atk before, and corresponding proportions tucb restrictions. In other weights. W also ask bakers for the necemary patience, sacrifice to Increase the amount of their and not of tho distributing wheat Hour purchases beyond 70 per trail es. pvojilv anil we atk that the following rules atiall tie ohavnrril: L Householder to una not tn cicml am wholly toluntarjr assistance Of course, the farmer has a hard problem meet, but so has everyone in these days. toi The farm is no exception. Farm workers must go to the front just as well as factory workers and people in all other walks of life. And in spite of men leaving, the output of the farm and factory MUST be increased and money must be found to win the war. . v Great Wheat Stocks Isolated. It'a tho shortage In ahlpa that putting tho Alllea and the United Htntcs on wheat rations. Great stocks of wheat ant Isolated tn India, and Australia. At great sacrifice In ship apace and uso the Alllea are forced to secure some wheat from Argentina. la On January 1, Australia had stored 100,000,000 bushel of wheat that was ready for export but there were no ship. Then came the new crop with an exportable surplus of bO.OOO,. 000 bushel. Now Australia baa approximately 180,000,000 bushels waiting for ships. India, at the mine time, had 70,000,000 bushels of wheat atored for export. During April 00,000,000 bushels more out of the new crop will be added to the pile. Argentina closed the last shipping season with 11,000,000 bushel! of wheat left In tb 'stock available for export. The Dew crcp will add 133,000,000 to th left OYr. It la not a problem that th wheat doe not exist In th world It it entirely a problem of shipping, which ha thrown on America the obligation of dividing oar stock with th Alllea, ALLIED FOOD SHIPMENTS REACH LARGE TOTAL A general Idea of the quantity ol food tent to European alllea by thi tnlted State from July 1, 10H. tc January 1, 1018. I given by tlgurei Just announced by the U. S. Food Ad The more the farmer or the manufacturer produces the greater his income and consequently the more LIBERTY BONDS he can buy to furnish money to help win the war. Your men and boys who leave the farms to go to the front need your help. By buying LIBERTY BONDS you will do your share in bringing them back safely home as soon as possible. ministration. In that period tho Unit ed States has furnished complete year ly ration for 07,1(10,033 people. In addition there waa enough extra protein to supply thla portion of the diet for 2,101,570 additional men. The total export of wheat ond wheal flour to the three principal nllle li equivalent to about 381.000.000 bushela Pork export for the 354 years amounted to almost 2,000.000,000 pounds. of fresh beef totaled pounds. The amount of food exported to Itussta Is necllclhla mmmml ulth that tent to tho western allies. BUY LIBERTY BONDS AND BUY THEM NOW FROM ANY BANK LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT ONLY AMERICA CAN HELP. u. "On your (Id are boundlett uppllta of men, food, and material! on thlt aid a boundlett demand for their help. "Our men are tvar-war- y and thtlr nerve have been (trained by more than thre year of hard, relentless toll. "Our position I critical, particularly until th next harvest, but th United State can av hav th 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. as a patriotic contribution towards winning the war 1 mn, save th allied cause." SIR JOSEPH MACLAY. British Shipping Controller. r The Central Record, Thursday, May 2, 1918. BbOODED STOCK Kentucky Choice 3765 We are Facing a Horse Famine They will be sky high when the wat is over. To encourage breeding of the best only. I will offer the service of Kentucky Choice 3703, a show horse with nn uuequnled record, both ns n show horse and ns n sire. Chestnut sorrel, 15H hnmls hltfh nnd n fine inilividunl.K He will make COMIIINEl) HOUSE Ited sorrel, four white feet, 15.3 hands, four years old and absolutely aoum). the season of 1918 nt my bmn VA miles t'nst of Lnncnster nnd 2M Sired by Chester Chief 1129, he by Chester Dare 10. Dam American miles below Ilyntts"ille nt Maid 12030.. by American EiRle SUM, he by Rex Squirrel 2nd, 20.'3. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT This horse possesses the style of the Chester Dare family, with good bone and short back and an attractive looking horse, Thrivine 5795, sired by Rex Penvine. 17C0, he by Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Dcmnntk 840, by Crlglers Denmark. A high class Jack five years old, standard color, black with white points, Dam, Guilty 9950. by Verdict 1C21, by Ccrro Gordo 1022, by good head, neck and ear, large foot and bone with giwd length and broad breast ed. This Jack is a prompt performer and a sure breeder, nnd sires a high clan Black Squirrel 58. type of mule ot uniform size. Will nlo nt I lie same time and place stand my big black Jack This stock is young. freh and ready. They will make the season nf19tS at my stable six miles from Lsn:aster and three miles from Ilryantsville near the Lexington pike on the Itout lane below the Fork church at Marksbury at "American Chester" 6860. "MAJOR HEARNE" Trivine 5795 $15.00 ' The Old Price of $10.00 Each to Insure a Living'.Colt. Ilryantsville i'hone 47-- Fee $25. to Insure a Living Colt X Lien retained on colt until season Is paid. (known as the Mai k Coins Jack) JAKE For Further Information Address Robt. R. Fox, route Lancaster, Ky. He is 15.1 li.imls high, good bore nnd licnd nnd n number He will make the season nt one Jack. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. i joe Mcdowell, Danville, Kentucky. Jr. Season due if mnrc is parted with. Cure taken to prevent not rrspi'iirlblc should tiny etc nr. Golden Emerald 6827. FRANK ARNOLD. Rich sorrel Stnllion, fonled 1911; 10 hands high nnd weighs 1200pounds. Rowland Peaviri? 6053. Chestnut Sired by Rex Peavine Sired by Golden King, dam Emeral Queen. Bred by J. Gano Johnson of Mt Sterling. MILTON. He will make the season of 1918 at my place one and one-ha- lf mile from Camp Nelson 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 INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. A good Registered Percheon Stallion, weight 1550 pounds, has been standing in Jessamine county for four years and proven to be a great breeder. Stallion, Foaled May 14, 1912. If you want to raise marcs that will sell, or raise the top kind of! No. 179G, by Rex McDonald No. S33, by Rex mules that bring the extra high price, then breed to Golden Emerald.' ' Denmark 840 He will make the season of 1918 nt the barn of T. L. Ynntfs, two j lit dam Bourboniit No. 9297 (full sitter to Bourbon's Best) by Dour miles from Lancaster on Buckeye road nt bon CMef 976, by Harrison Chief 1G06, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. 3rd dam by Wilton's KinC 2197. Money due when colt Is foaled or mare traded or parted with. Care takof Sim'. Clark Chief 2S75. 4th dam Du-h- lr en to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Rowland Peavine it a rich chettnut, with star and tnipl stands IS. 3 full; weight 1100 pounds! tlx years old. As you will tee from the above I breeding, lie has the blood of the bett show hortet Kentucky has ever pro duced, and it one himtelf. You thould tee thit horte before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horte at fash ionably bred at the tmall fee of $10. YANTIS EMBRY. $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Will make the teaton of 1918 at my ttable on Eatt Main street Money due at birth of colt or when mare it parted with or bred to other stock. Here Is Something You Con Oo 5 J. C. 5cu!ev), Stanford, Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It is your Duty. 0 H. G. KING. CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. "Si ROGERS DENMARK By Ramey Denmark 416 He by Hamlet 11 J by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 54. Roger Denmark, 1st dam Miss Ogden by Drennon Denmark. 2nd dam Miss Wallace, by Butler Denmark, by Hamlet 113. He is ten years old, dark bay with white star, IS hands, showng all the gaits under saddle. He is just as good individual as his pedigree would indicate and has proved a good sire, his colts having good action, lota of style and easily controled. This horse will make the season ot 191S at the farm of R. K. Conn on White Lick, 2 miles south west Of Paint Lick, at 'We Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. B. K. HUDSON. President. W. 0. P.ICNSY. Ass'fCash'r J. J. WA I.KKIt, Vice PresL Joe J. Walkek. Jk., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. GREY EAGLE Taft Napoleon 6296 ON ROLL OF HONOR. Grey Eagle is five years old, 16 hand high and a rJ splendid Percheon type. He is a dapple grey and built rrom the ground up. He Is by an Imported horse and his dam and Imported mire by old Prince. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. At same time and place will standmy tplecdid five year old Jack John Grey at $8. To Insure A Living Colt. JOHN GRAY is a gray Jack, 15 handa high, good bone and ear ami considered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood. He is royally bred being by Long Tom, he by Wm. Todd's big Jack, he by Marmaduke. 1st dam by Hilly Breckinridge, he by Bourbon Chief, 2nd dam by Bourbon Chief. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Lien retained on cult until season is paid. Sesson due when mare is, bred to another horre or jack, or sold or parted with. 1918. SEASON 1918 is 10K hands 111 till, standard measure. Star Chester, . Also 6470 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, C470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1918, AT OUR FARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY., AND NEAR McCREARY, Hills Napoleon 4th, 6295 Is 1534 hands high by the standard. These Jucks nre by Hills Nnpoleon 3rd, 370(1; he by Uaughmans Napoleon 2354; by first Napoleon 17ff; he by Old Nopolccn. The dnm being Kentucky s Dist. 2CE4; she by John Morgan. Sr, 1031 by Martnnduke, by Biue Ribbcn. Kentucky Best, 2nd dam Joe Dlnckburu M51;3rd dam Daisy 1215. This horse and these Jacks will stund at my place on tho Buckeye and Lancaster pike, one mile South of Ilocl.ee at the same prices: H. P. CONN, Route No. 3. AT S1S.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL wc believe we nrc offering n horse with, richer blood lines than any Saddle Stallion standing nt three times the fee. He has for his sire Champion Bourbon Star, who won in more classes than nny horse in Kentucky during his show career . Bourbcn Star was sired by Itourbon King, ho by Dour-bo- n Chief nnd so on down through the Chief family. STAR CIIKSTEH, 0170, by Bourbon Star, 2U12, he by Itourbon King, 1788, he by Bourbon Chief, D7C. Bourbons Star's dam Ella Hodman, 224-1- , by Chester Dare 10. dam was Krmlne Dare, H33D, by STAR CIIKSTKR'S Dure Devil. 1U70, by Chester Dare "10. Second dam Daugh-te- r, by Chester Dare, 10. You van readily see we ore offering the blood which is in our greatest Champion Saddle Horses of the day. Will alo at the same time and place stand two good Jinks. Paint Lick, Ky. KING MONROE, Hex veigh 1100 Brown Stallion with three white fe;t 15 pounds, lias long tine neck. Tine head set on high nice thin withers, good ahort back witli as good a tall a" ever was on a horse, good bone and good feet. 4099 hands high, will .. Bl.ck tHUr ( f I I $8.00 for Horse Colt. $10.00 for Mare Colt. $20.00 for Jennet. These Jacks are Gyeara old, touid, black with white oints and have proven to be number one bleeders. All care taken to proent accidents but not responsible should rny occur CO f ltd Ilex Monroe McDouii.i tea. I Ii.nm.rkllO... (Crliltr. penm.ik Lucy Msck SI'.. . .ulrrl M HI Lent M.US7.. O I fltenoKcM Lou Otluet Denm.rk U.u Phone 338-G- . T. O. HILL, Buckeye, Ky. Sumptrr Pmm.rkG-- l Mtmbriuo Lu firtml w Chief Napoleon, 5107 will stand at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. $25. for Jennet. Chief Napoleon, S 0C e o rDxuuitrk l Ln'tle lluchm.il rMtuibrtuo LeGrtndl Jr.. IIM Ie0rr4 I ins l'a uit ! Pin Black DI.uioii.l. Queen I eumpter iivatnirk 63 BLEUCHER 46158 This well bred and well known show hojse will make the season of 1918, at my barn at Kltcvle 5)07, 1ms proven himself to be r. good Jr.l lll.ct I Dan HUinonil Jennet Jack. KING M0NK0E has as much style pei and action as any saddle horse It can be seen that this burs belongs to the greatest family of the saddle horse Mug a real Denmark. Study lilt pedigree und be convinced. You can make no mistake by breeding to this horse. He will gut you aaddle horse of the highest was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. Every type. Never v man should breed his mares and breed thein to the best, will make the present season at my barn at KING MONROE livi-ig- . at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure. hands high, yellow with wiiite points, big bone He Is IS and body and fine head and eari. As we arc standing two good Jacks this year, wo will give the farmers a chance to breed their stock at n reasonable low fee. We retain u lien on all colts until season money Is p&ld. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits Insurance und must be paid at once. Care tuhen to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Finis Napoleon, $20. To Insure a Living Colt. It is community In mention Ids brttdini mi well known in 'IheiK is mi better hit il In rte,liln!. Ilint)pe hit, winning of the ueles . lu this und Insure a Living Colt. two good Jacks at $10. for mare colt Will also stand and $8. for horse colt. $15. To All of the above stock will mike'the aeasen at my farm on the Gillisple pike three miles from Paint Lick and two miles from Hackley, Champion Road Class and the Champion Breeding Class at the Kentucky State Fair Ketiuil v. (lia colta nm Walker & A. Phones 361-- D. and Bradsbaw 3CI-B- .t Places him above nny other liarne: .1 horse in fine und 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, May 2, 9 8. 1 1 5 EVERY PREPARE TO BATTLE CORN STALK BEETLE i ViWIii AND WHEN THE SUN COMES OUT AGAIN NSTINCT IELLS MUST GO UN sJWawv- US WAR Plea f Mnnv ftrnWnre fn QnM.tinrn Clnlite, iiiun; wi wmwi u in wwutiiwi II WtUibd Reported Injury to Crop. Damage Was Quite Severe Wherever Soil Wat Sueh'as to Suitaln Grub Control Measures (lecom mended by Cntomologlits. (Prrpnre.1 tiy the t'nUel Rtatea -- KIPLING V XMSiSm.'. of English Writer to His Own People Is Applicable to All Americans POET PAYS HIS OWN TOLL of Agriculture l 7 l - THE LIFE OF HIS ONLY SON ili'crl'nil lijr entomologist nf tlio t'nllnl Stole ill" n the mitcli pnrtinrnt "f n.riniltiin licniltil rum itnlk Ihm'IIo, ipjinriil In ninny pnrl if tin1 Smith, Mnnjr mm nf i- i(iinrcln, I.miMnnn, .' na nml Aliilmm.i rrmrtiil in. r In tliclr rorn dy IhN lieetlo, tli ituu,us liolns qnltp p'tirnit ninl n- vrri vthprrirr tlio mil wni meli ns to iitnln tlic criili. n I.nt yrtir rum Without an Allied Victory, He Declares, Earth Becomes Hell Without Hope T'n. Tlx- - liti'tli" viirtM ximK'uhnt In nminlliiK In tli rntoiniilnslatu, hut uninlly mentirf nlxmt one half Inch In I.Tictli. It l n Mut, linnMiellril Mnrk In mlor. It I m'ntiin, thmiKlit tn ho illstrllmtiil only In tlu Fnntlirrn Ftntr. Tlio ilnmnco I' done wholly hy tlio mlult nml nmlt In li'irliiK Into the nuliT wni I of llio Htnlki lintmillntcly belmv the Kiirfnrp nf tho cnimul, tmilltie n Inriii- - rosscM nivn-Inninl ilif trnjlna tho tender cnmlns point, nr "heart." iiNn which Iho hw tie frtiK The ilamiiBo l ilimo only during xiiriiiir nml curly Himnirr, Field oWrvntlotn shmv Hint outbreak, for rcnorn a yet lnierfectly undero stood, ilii not iirroinrlly recur In (Rudyard KFpMng knows war. Ha knowi world polltlrt nd Ha knows Germany, And ha haa paid hit toll tha Ufa of hla only aon to tisfsat her. Because of these things wriat he haa to say tarries a meesage to us over here. Of America, too, It Is true that "Nothing else under Heaven matters today except that the war shall go on to that end." There no way of carrying It on unless we Is let America have the money to uie for Kipling It. glvea some straight, sound, reasons why the people of this country must buy Liberty Bonds. Editor.) rlUna. Jt yenr. summary nf mnlnil miHuuro reeotnniewloil hy thf fntniniil'iclti n ml di'xrrllxil In il. lull In tlio Imlli'tln may lo oiitlltml n follow: 1, nimlnntp nil old itnre or wnte land, orclBlly low, midst nroa, nml ilrn I n mcli lu! tliornurhly. 'i 1'naturi In" In wnMe or paeturn lands that cannot ho conveniently ilrultieil nml frapp"!- 3. I'lnrit rorn early, wiy, about April CO, for tldewnter Virginia, nml earlier for more wmtherly loenlltli-- i. I. (llro liberal application nf horn ynnl innniiro nr coiiiiiierclnl ferllllier whenever practicable. S. lZmploy rhllilmi or ilienp lalMir In collect nml iletroy Iho biTtles wlieu Injury. ii Held flrt miow H IM not nllow mm to follow sod If mold It, poHlhi In T. Plow mh In ml In Into summer mid early full In order tn ih'Mrny tho pupne rorn-itullui'llo. of Iho rniiuh-hondri- l A I WTIIln OF al rk Pi U (In a Speech at Folkiton..) From time to time tbe representatives of tbe Allies meet together and lay down what tbe war-alm- s of tbe Allies are. From time to time our statesmen repeat tbem. They all agree we are fighting for freedom and liberty, for tbe right ot small States to exist, and for nations to decide for themselves how they are to be governed. All this we understand and perfectly believe. That Is the large view of the situation. What Is the personal aspect of tho case for you and me? We are fighting for our lives, the lives of every man, woman, and child here and everywhere else. We are fighting that we may not be herded Into actual slavery such as tbe Germans have established by force of their arms In largo parts of Europe. We are fighting against eighteen hours a day forced labor under the lash or at the point of the bayonet, with a dog's death and a dog's burial at the end of It. We are fighting that men, women, and children may not be tortured, burned, and mutilated In tbe public streets, as has happened In this town and In hundreds of others. And we will go on fighting till the race who have done these things are In no position to continue or repeat their offense. No Half-waHouse Twsen Victory and Defeat, If for any reason whatever we fall short of victory and there Is no halfway bouse between victory and de- - By RUDYARD KIPLING, TREAT CHICKENS FOR WORMS Maitaehuietta Poultry Ralier Reconv menda Remedy to the Agrlcul. tural Department (ITeparnl A lr lh I'nlle.1 Htalea Prpurt. nient of Agriculture romwly for wnmn In rlilrkcm thnl n Mn.K'hii'M'ttH Miultry rut'or nirnnllnic to foiitnl vrry nuiTr'nful, hli loltiT to tlio Tnllitl SlnlM ilrpnrt-iiirn- t of iiBrlciillurf, folln: '(Ito Iho rhlrkoii' mi fiKxl nr untor tri'ntlns; Ihon for 21 hoiirn tin-ihalf Iho iKiinl nmntmt ot frroiiml In Mhlrh liu- horn mix! llm-lrhopM-- l tnUnl tohnrro ali-m- i for two huun In nil tho wntor tlu-- j will nlnnrti. Ono Imiind of tohnrro (nrlshnl hrfnrr annklnc) hour- nflrr for 1fX hlnN. T tho rhlrkrn hno rntrn tho iniHllontixl lh hinnh, clo tho nf the nmil rnllon nf crniiml fori! itiUii) r In whlrli Ilpvnni anlt lm with wnti-hri-illsnlixl, ultiB 11 nunron nf Kp-aoanlt for 101 hlrili. "Tn rnlurr Iho rlmnroa of fitrthof Infonlntlon nil innniiri mul nni illrt ahoiihl ho romnM-i- l from tho rlilrkon hor ynnl. lyul lh pon-- i ntul ront mijhly arnhloil nml with hot wntrr." GREAT CARE FOR LIVE STOCK Anlmalj Represent Comlderable Capital and Should Receive Proper Feed and Shelter. Sandstone Land Wednesday, May 15th, '18 on the premises at 10 o'clock a. m. Rain or Shine. arr..rapp Ilnlslni: llvpntork niiulrra n hlshor ml crcnlor rnr order nf t till u Krnnllli; rropH. Alllllinla llllKt Thoy hnvo rnro nml roti'lili-rntilrnpltnl nml for t lit" It l hlshly iloilrnhU1 Hint tlu-rriivni T. i-- I That Ii ntio i he finl nml aholti-roil- . why nioii who rnlo llvo atnek ry nlort nml prourr-alv- r. tion of) the nro HANDPICKING OF BEAN OR BABY FARMS. INTO This is the Henry Teater farm situated on Wolf Trail county road near the Buckeye and Kentucky River turnpike on Lancaster R. F. D. No. 3, and adjoins the lands of Mose Ray "and Powell Daily. Good neighborhood and close to churches and school. I n. litis iuuu iis an o iLTnov AMP aitu annusiunii I 107 Acres Subdivided SMALLER 111 1 1 county. . . .Ie J ..III..... I a 1,1L aiaic ui cuiuvaiiuii auu is uuuu as uic uesi laiiu.tu utat sec "in" FAMOUS for the production of the finest TOBACCO and other crops. M 1 1 I 1 -1 1 SEED Not Long Nor Laborious Job aa They Are Larger Than Wheat or Djr. ley Keepa Crop Pure. It not Tlio linniliilcklnir nf Iho s a lone nor n lulwrlom Joli n tho honu Hinurli lnwrthnn Iho hurley nr whent Kriiln. Tlioao who luivo trlnl It Ueclnro In fnvor nf till most Afrnrcful nf lionn ter tho henna linvo niico heon hand-picke- d It la relntlvely enay to keep the seed pure. Buildings consists of small frame dwelling and two barns that will house 10 acres of tobacco. NOW IS THE TIME. SYSTEM FOR POULTRY FARM Your patriotic duty is to buy PRODUCTIVE land and thus help both the Allies and yourself "Over The Top." Make your strokes count the most for the unprecedented era of rural prosperity knocks at your door. The man with the Hoe is, and will continue to be, the man with the "Doe." Terms made known on day of sale. Arrange Building So That One Can Readily Qo From One to Another Without Trouble. The poultry fnrm alinuhl he nrranceo run he done Hyu'em-atlrnllI'laro the bulldliiEi ho tfiat one ran readily k from uno to the other. Many atepa are saved by baring u plare for everything and every-tbla- g la It place. eo thut the work THE D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Lancaster, Kentucky. Every relatlonv ewy yndeijtandlng, very decency upon which clrUlzatlon has been, eo anxiously buflt up will, re -- will be washjj ottt, because It" will hive been proved tihable (o en. dure. wh,a Idea of democracy which at bottom Is what the Hun fight against will be dismissed from man' minds, because It will have been shown Incapable of maintaining Itself against the Hun. It will die; and It will die discredited, together with every belief and practice that I based en It. s The Hun Ideal, the Hun's of life, will take Its place throughout 'the world. Under that dispensation man will become once more the natural prey, body and goods, ot neighbor. Women his better-armewill be the mere Instrument for continuing the breed, tbe vessel of man's lust and man's cruelty; and labor will become a thing to be knocked on tbe head If It dares to ,lve trouble, and worked to death If It does not. And from this order of life there will be no appeal, no possibility of any escape. This Is what the Hun means when he says he to Impose Intends German KULTUR which la the German religion upon the world. This is precisely what the world haa banded itself together to resist. It will take every ounce In us; It will try us out to the naked soul. Our trial will not be made less by the earnest advice and suggestions that we should accept some sort of compromise, which means defeat, put forward by Hun agents and confederates among us. Tbey are busy In that direction already. Or Earth Becomes A Hell Without Hope. Nothing-noth- ing Dut be sure of this: we may have to endure now comwill weigh one featherweight pared with what we shall most certainly have to suffer It for any cause we fall of victory. The war must go on. Tbe more we have suffered In this war, the more clearly do we see this necessity. Our hearts, our reason, every Instinct in us that lifts us above the mere brute, show us that the war must go on. Otherwise earth becomes a hell without bone. The men. the shlDs. the munitions must go forward to the war, and behind them must come the money, without which nothing can move. Where our hearts are there must our treasure be also. There has been a great deal ot money spent In England lately, several millions a day for the last twelve hundred days. That means that many people have had the chance of earning more money than they could have earned In peace times. Our security for our loan Is not enly the whole of the British Empire, but also the whole of civilisation, which haa poolsd its resources In men, money, and material to carry on this war ts victory. Nothing else under Heaven matters today except that tha war hall ge en te that end. it? The Central Record. Thursday. May 2. 1918. i 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. NO LET UP "TOUB CHLOTHIlsraand $18., L ill ICopttUM But Scfelaw Mui bought heavy, consequently we have in stock a big lot We anticipated these high prices SUITS for Men and Boys at prices that are reasonable. Notice the snappy of fine HART SCHAFFNER & MARX models shown above. We have your size today in fine quality, but can't make any promises for the future. ALL-WOO- BUT 2nTO"W Mens Suits $12.50, $15., Boys Knee Suits Take a tip from us and buy your Clothing now. $20., $22.50, $25., $27.50, $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $8.50 $10.00 $30. DON'T WAIT AND BE FORCED TO WEAR COTTON. Jas. W. Smith House of Quality. Lancaster Kentucky high prices on Clothing. forth nothing but The future holds spcaknble cruelties anil vandalism of the hell hounds of the blood lust OFF FOR THE TRAININCORPORATED. Of Garrard County Respond Generously ing ruler of the German Empire, ING CAMPS. The early sessions of the body Jl.oo a year. ssued Weekly. To Men and Millions Morement. were held in the spacious auditor has furnished Garrard County J. E. ROBINSON. EnrroR. ium of the Seelbach, where lunch twenty-ni- x of her splendid young Move- was served, Tuesday noon, In the Men and Millions R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. and the men during the past week, for miliment Emergency Drive, conducted meeting ended that night with an e in the United States enured it thn I'oit OOcc In L.nc.itrr, Kj by the Disciples of Christ, during immense popular gathering at the tary sen-icGovernment. Fifteen left here last Second Cltit Mall Matter. the month of April, the Christian First Christian church, where ('apt. Friday for Camp Zachary Taylor Member Kentucky Press Association Churches of Garrard have done Travers and others from the battle and eleven yesterday: seven of the their part well. aud enthusiasm which swept through latter going to Ft. Thomas, the This drive was not put on to front added further to the fire of Eighth District Publishers League. TayW. reach a goal, not to make a record, the hearts of all who were fortunate other four to Camp Those leaving last Friday were; Lancaster, Ky., Ma; 2. 1918 not even to realize a divine ideal, to j,e present. Burnnm T. West , Troy McCoy, out our leaders saw me compelling puring the meeting many plans Green Brock, Herbert Shearer, Rates For Political Announcements needs that could not be met without for preparinB for raising the State's Adolph D. Joseph, Webb Christop For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$5.00 this special effort, and we are glad quota of $000,000, with its final her, Everett East, Elmer East, Louis por County Offices 7 10.00 to report that Garrard has gone far drive during the week of May Fowler, John Middleton, Jasper tsr Stale and District Offices.... 15.00 beyond her apportionment. In nine- were discussed by speakers who Mathews, Virgil Reynolds, William r"or Calls, per line 10 ty days, two and n half milloin dol- have given the question earnest T. Green, Cornelious Pendleton, and 10 lars are to be raised by the entire thought. For Cards, per line The success of the meet Thurman Tcatcr. brotherhood. ing was for all publications in the interpronounced most and The seven going to Fort Thonin The Christian churches of Gar- - Chairman Downinrr in filled with est of individuals or expresrard County, were asked for three renewed hopc that he wi be able t0 yesterday, Robert McCreary, Geo, sion of individual views, per hundred and fifty report the contrjbution of the full Lunsford, Luther Brooks, Chas. line 10 thousand seven Ellis, William I. Rogers, Willis W e ore giau to say tne ouotn toother with Obituaries, per line 05 uouars. . - over Bell, and William , " F. Miller, the .: .i a i. .i r , ii t plus. During one of his short latter iucing in cnarge oi .i ,oun,cn, uie gave that amount, and the churches speeches he struck a popular chortf When the selective draft law was Those leaving yesterday after In the county have done equally as when he said: "the man" who' shirks parsed nnd the government began noon for Camp Taylor were; Roy well. his duty to become a soldier when S. Dean, In charge and three colored the mobilization of an army, many Mr., Moorman, county chairman. called is spoken of as a slacker. I boys: Eddie Thomas, John L. Bur were the predictions that it would visited all the country churchu. want to say that the man who only ton and Wesley Brown. meet with bitter opposition from save two, and gave instructive talks gives $5.00 when he is able to con the people. Members of Congress In response to a telegram from local committees in each congre tribute $500.00 to the Red Cross is even were heard to remark that they gation and to these committees nnd a dodger and a mean one at that.' Government headquarters received would not' choose between being : at the local Exemption Board, ask their pastors much praise is due. and his hearers unanimously agreed ing for the exact number of men In conscript and being a convict. U 1 Following is a report handed in that the terms should be applied to first class and ready service, contrary to all such gloomy view:, to Mr. Champ, County Treasurer, the deplorable class of individuals, the following report hasfor been mad the work has been going smoothly of the drive, to present date. who will not give their means when by the secretary, Mr. John M on and the people have quietly Lan. Christian church $3,750.00 our boys are giving their lives to Farra, as of April 30th. 1918. readapted themselves to the la Fair View 210.00 make the world fit to live in. quirements, till now the calling cf Pleasant Grove ex Men in Class une physically 1C0.00 Mr. Farnau has asked for a bus-ne- amined and accepted men under its provisions is regard- Antioch for general 50.00 meeting at the court house Military service, white 203, colored ed as a mere matter of coir.e. Level Green 32.00 next Monday evening and wants all 92. The selective draft law is a sig-nnwho are interested in helping to Men in Class One physically ex victory for sound government Total $4,202.00 put Garrard county "over the top" amined and accepted for limited It recognizes the fundamental fact Paint Lick, Scotts Fork and' Beth with her quota, to be on hand that Military service, white 11, colored 3, that man owes a debt to govern- el, have not reported. evening, May Cth., at the in class One, white Delinquents court ment, and is bound to pay that The County Committee wishes to 2, colored 1. debt on demand that there can thank all who helped to make this house. Registrants in Class One. Emer be no exemption so long as the man report possible. To have failed to gency Fleet Corporation list, noner himself is physically and mentally meet this War Emergency drive Men in Class One under Croupe fit to pay. Nothing but physical would have brought shamo to every or mental unfitness can exempt any Disciple of Christ in the County, b , none. Men inducted into Military Ser man from the obligation. It has taken consecration of time. vice Class One, since December But isn't there a further obliga dedication of money and universal 16th, 1917, white 2G, colored 31 tion resting upon the beneficiaries out it is the answer .Men called but not entrained, of government? Is life and per- to the call of Christ in this supreme white 8, colored, 3. sonal service all of the debt? hour. Men in Class One, not physically Getting down to the gist of the Member of County Committee. examined, white 2, colored, 1. question, if the government has the Of u total of 295 placed in right to demand the services of ENTHUSIASTIC Class 1, (18 have already been called your son, has it not the right to detho service, leaving into 227 remand the services of your dollars Is Campaign Manager For Red Cross maining in this class. as well? Is property more cacred Drive To Raise Garrard's Quota in the eyes 'of the law than life? NOTICE. Life and personal service alone can This Month. never win the war. These must All registrants must keep in their be backed up and sustained by the Campaign .Manager, W. A. Far- possession, their first registration money and means of the nation. nau, of the Garrard County Chapcards and also their final classifiHut is the burden to fall entirely on ter of the Red Cross, has cation cards. This Is very Impor returned the government of raising these from Louisville, greatly (impressed tant lor these cards must bo re means of sustenance? and enthusiastic over the plans for turned to the Local Exemption Before many more months of the big work ahead of this splendid PREACHING EVERY SUNDAY Board, when registrant Is called this war have patsed, the people of organization. into tho service.. this country are going to be rudely At Presbyterian Church. John M. Farra, Sccty., The plan of State Chairman John aroused to the fact that, viewed in It. Downing, to have n meeting of Exemption Board. It is very gratifying to the the light of Justice and right, the lied Cross chairman there prov- friends of Rev. II. S. Hudson and NOTHING should be exempt. ed a real inspiration and sent every quite a satisfaction to tho members AUCTION Life it the most sacred of our poss- one of the large number that at of his congregation, to know that OF 107 ACRES RICH SAND essions. Yet life U demanded by tended away filled with greater love he has been called to preach every STONE LAND. our government, and we see no In- - for the work and with a reconii Sunday in the month, at tho PresOn Wednesday, May 15th., Justice in the demand, nut as cration of the organization that Is byterian church. Since their loca- at 10 o'clock, the I). A. Thomas soon as our precious dollars are de- - doing so much for those who are tion in Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Realty Agency, will sell for tho high manueu we raise a holy howl. fighting our battle and for tho Hudson have made a host of friends dollar, Henry Tcatcr'a farm of 107 Our government is fighting for stricken countries which groan and the church, under his watchcare, acres, situated- - near Buckeye, Garits existence. The life and death under the despoliation of a brutal has made splendid progress and all rard county Ky. Remember this ... now on, ami than any ioe. ...I f I snarc& struggle is wnicn neither wnmpn are glad to know that he will now farm is in high state of cultivation, citUen of this government dare to nor children In thplr rnu-nnllami devote his entire time here. Here- hemp and tobacco land and will be claim that his country has not tho savage warfare, tofore ho has been preaching one into smaller tracts, and right to his last dollar If that The speeches of R. F. Grant, Sunday in the month at lluena Vista bear in mind too, that auch land is should be needed to Insure victory? .manager of the War Fund Lake but tho last Presbytery relieved him in strong demand and dally advan So long as the bond issues of the Divlslon.and the soldiers and Red of that charge. cing in price. government are readily subscribed, Cross men, just returning from the Mr. Hudson is the chairman of Unquestionably there will be no indications are that means front In France, created great en- the however, Garrard County Red Cross lull in farming lands this year, sales will be taken to finance the war. thusiasm, mingled with horror, as chapter and the work that he has are being reported daily and at adShould these Issues fail of subscrip- they told of the great work the done in this worthy cause, hat en- vancing prices. Read the detail tion the real test as to the ultimate consecrated men and women of the deared him to the people of the enadvertisement In this Issue and atauthority of government will come. Red Cross are doing and of the un- - tire community. tend this sale. The Central Record CHRISTIAN CHURCHES Men's Suits made to measure. BIG LINE ALL WOOL SAMPLES I!) V (!) 1 I ID Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. (!) J NEW. i ....I. EVERYTHING We have n complete line of Groceries, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINT BRUSHES, 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. DC DC DC A New 191G Good Used Car is n better Investment tlinn n One of We have the following used cars Overland four $325. Inferior fr sale Quality. and guaranteed: LI 1913 Overland fuur f.150. 191(1 Oakland Six 5550. i917 Sludehaker six ? 900. 1910 Buick six SW50. 1917 Buick six fSdO, 19IGSexonSix?350. 1910 Oakland six f075. 1015 Buick four $500. 1917 Buick four S600. 1917 Buick Six $1,000 We will be pleased to show you any of the above cars. Make Your Next New Car a Buick The Danville Buick Go L B. CONN. Proprietor. Walnut Street. IL ir- - Danville, Kentucky. ir H ii The Central RecorJ, Thursday, May 2, 1918. Mrs.' Jo,Fral.Wtts,W'SUrorcljinany friend here give him up with ivcunesimy, on uusiness. sincere regret but are clad to knew 'f to engage In such splendid Mr.. Will Cook and Mis. Eliza-that.' we" "ttcd tho beth Glbfac .rent Tuesday In service he will soon enter and that n(;ton he will make a success, none who Miss Scotta Petty, of Orentir.a, 111. know his sterling qualifier for an r.rrlvcd today and is the guest of .instant doubt" Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Roman? Lei0" Mis? What Makes This Possible? Why is it that American fr.rmcrs today arc able to go about their work in peace, to cultivate and develop their farms and to get the full results of their work in freedom nnd peace? Xhy is it that unlike the devastated districts of Europe, their (arms arc peaceful and prosperous and no one interferes w.th their reaping the full reward of their labors? , one thing the United Slates Just Government. The United States Government is simply another way ot spciltin of the people ol America, because, ol course, the people arc the government, As a part of the United States Government you have a share to perform in protscting this country from the enemy and your share is lending money by buying LIBERTY BONDS. Remember that LIBERTY BONDS arc absolutely safe, pay a liberal rate of interest and return every penny you invest. Mrs Kllen Mays Wilson, of mond, made n short visit to Amanda Anderson last week. P.lch- SPECIAL OF DISPLAY Miss Carrie Held leaves Saturday for a visit to her ristcr, Mrs. Wm. W. White, in Indianapolis, Intl. Mrs. Maurice Ashley nnd baby. of Lexington, arc visiting her Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sanford We regret to announce the critical Illness of Mrs. Malinda Cotton at her home on Richmond street. Mr. William Swope, who is sta tioned at Camp Taylor, spent Sun-tin- y nnd Monday with his home peo ple. Miss Marie Simpson of Bardstown will be the attractive guest of Miss Anna Belle Burnsidc, for several days. Mrs. T. R. Slavin, Mrs. Jim Burnsidc nnd Miss Anna Belle Burn-sid- e were visitors in Danville, Tuesday. Messrs Miller Lackey of Richmond, and Cabell Arnold, of Paint Lick, were visitors in Lancaster, Monday. Mrs. James A. Royston entertained Sunday nt a family dinner in honor of her daughter. Miss Annie Royston, of Chicngo. Mr. S. A .Walker left last Sunday for South Bend, Ind., where he has accepted a position with the Oliver ATTRACTIVE SUMMER MILLINERY Friday and Saturday MAY 3rd and 4th. You nre cordially Invited to inspect this line on above dales. MRS. Rella 11. Francis YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUN Rooms for rent. Miss Fsnnie Bishop. For phone Freh 338-- milk, see Boyd Ison or call BUY LIBERTY BONDS AND BUY THEM FREELY FROM ANY BANK Fresh car of lime and cement. A. II. Bastin and Son. Chill Plow Company. For Sale: Some good baled hay. Beginning with next Wednesday J. B. Woods, Manse, Ky. the Library will be open every WedWANTED: 500 locust posts Ht once, nesday evening, at 7 o'clock, nnd tf. A. II. Bastin and Son. Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. For Sale: First class cultivated Miss Anna Belle Burnside will ' entertain at a dance in honor of hemp seed. See or call Boyd Isom, Phone 338-her guests, Friday evening, at her country home on the Richmond road. .Mr. J. L. Bcazley, Prof. M. Caneer and Mrs. Canecr and chilLOST: Tuesday dren of Stanford, were the guests afternoon, a Cameo brooch. of Mr. J. A. Bcazley and family, large oval shaped Sunday. Reward if returned to this office. LOST:-Bunch of Keys, Ice plant and depot. L. Leave at this office. LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by between Reward. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY The One Priced Store. as a patriotic contribution towards winning ine war 'Miss Norma Burns Montgomery tourFOR SALE: Three Ford of the local Exchange, spent the ing cars and one Roadster. All in week-en- d with her parents, Mr. nnd good condition. White and Riddle. Mrs. F. W. .Montgomery, of Bry- Paint Lick, Ky. antsvillc. LOST: Saturday April 27th., Miss Lida Rainey has recovered between the depot and square, a sufficiently to be out after an oper piece of music. Reward If returned ation for adnoids. She has been to this office. unable to attend school at the Worn ens College, in Danville, since the FOR SALE ICO barrels of com in first of the year. shuck, near Judsori Ky. N. II. Bogie, Lexington Ky, Mrs. R, B. Wilkinson returned fA. Gossip About j People S. HATFIEbD, A ii& Dentist. Abb WORK GUARANTEED. nd Brill Mention ol Uit Comlnti Coin by Thou Wt Art Interested In. Judge I i tlie week I.. Walker is in .Martinsville, spending I ml. Mr. and Mrs. Cabell Denny were visitors in Lexington, Friday. Mr. John M. Fnrra made a business trip to Louisville Wednesday. Mrs. II. I). Loo and Mrs . Dora Miller were visitors in Danville the last week. LET US Miss Maude Conn spent week with her grand-motheI. C. Iiucker, at Paint Lick. last Mrs. LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. .Mr. William May of the U. S. S. Utah, spent a part of the past week with relatives in the county. Mis. I. N. Miller was In Richmond Tuesday, to see her brother, who left for Fort Thomas, Wednesday. and Mrs. W. C. Pepples, of are the guests this week, of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. It. Harris. .Mr. Covington, Mr. and Mrs. (!. A. McUobert;, Mrs. J. K. Itobinson and Miss Joan Mount were visitors in Lexington, Friday. Mr. James (!. Conn and daugh ter, Miss Minnie, spent lust Tuesday with his sister, Miss Virginia Conn, at Wilmore. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Smith, en- tcrtained Messrs Win. F. Miller and James Nevlus, at a delightful six o'clock dinner, Monday evening. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. from Liberty last Saturday where she had gone to visit her mother. For your War Garden. Tomato .Mrs. Betti Moore. She was ac plants ready for setting out. 5- companied home by Mr. nnd Mrs. Hudson Frisbic. D. G, Portman and son, who re pay CORN WANTED : Will mained for. one day. highest market price for good corn. Mr. Hubert Cobb of Cincinnati Mr. Clayton Morrow, accor.iran' Burdette Ramsey, Paint Lick, Ky. was the guest of Miss Lillie Jones, ied by his father, went to Cincinnati last week. last week. Clayton was extremely In the marines, Kentucky FOR wheat SALE: Dr. M. K. Denny, Messrs Will anil anxious to enlist w.-.-s drill, corn planter and Keystone Sam Denny were in Lexington, the but on account of his eyes turned down, very much to the OW Cutting harrow on trucks, post week. lt-pappointment of this young patriot. Jetse Bogie. Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson were Friends here and elsewhere will Barreil Plymouth Eggs 75c guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Far be grieved to learn of the serious for setting of 15. nau, Sunday, illness of Mr. W. I). Mason at his Luther Raney, Lancaster, home on Stanford street. Mr. Ky. Phone 329-Mrs. Kmma Higginbotham is in Maron is suffering from acute Junction City this week the guest Bright's Disease and little hope is PUBLIC SALE: I will sell at of her sister. auction Saturday afternoon, at held out for his recovery three o'clock one Poland China sow Mr. Cecil Hendren of Madison Judge C. A. Arnold has returned and eight pigs, and one Berkshire was the guest of Mr. Clyde Sanders from i.ex ncton after a stav of sev sow and six pigs, and 325 pounds of for the week end. cral days, where he had been under Moorman's Hog Remedy and self M. II. Dudley, Cantain J. P. Kailev of Fort treatment of Dr. Anderson.of that feeder. Thomas, was tho week-en- d guest of city. He was on our streets ve terday nnd his friends will be glad OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED Miss Mildred lleazley. to know of his rapid improvement DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. Miss Sallie Klkln was in Lcxiug We pay up to $15 per Bet. Also Mrs. N, K. Bogie returned Satur ton the past week to see her sister, day from Danville, where she re cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken Mits Annie Margaret Klkln. cently underwent a very serious Jewelry. Check sent by return Mr. Henry S. Green of Bloomfield operation for gall stones. Dr's fill mail. Goods held 10 days for senders arrives Friday, ami will be the guest bert of Lancaster, and Jackson of approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth of Miss Anna Hello llurnsldc. Danville, being her nttending phy Specialty, Dept. A.. 2007 S. 5th St, Pa. sicians. Mrs. Bogie is very much Philadelphia, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling Green, are the guests this Improved ami is rapidly recovering -- To week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. from her operation which is very Thine Owntelf De True." gratifying to her many friends. J. li. .Mount. It u man bus nothing to reproach himself with, he run beur anything. The following from the Interior Mrs. J. M. Acton left Saturday, Phillips Brooks. where for a visit to her husband, Capt. Journal is of interest here, formerly lived am Acton, who Is stationed at Fort Mr. Brown Wo have a very fine lot of where he married one of Garrard's Oglethurpe, Ga. most charming young ladies, then Lexington Soy Beans, Pekin Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kobinson were Miss Gracie May Cochran, of this Soy Beans and Mammoth Yelhosts Saturday at u six o'clock din- city. low Soy Beans. These beans ner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. "Russell Brown left last Friday are now crop anil are recomMcliobcrts, of Covington. afternoon for Camp Zachnry Taylor mended very highly by tho Miss Eugenia Slavin, who has for training in V. M. C. A. work and from there he will likely bo Agricultural Station nnd by been visiting friends in Danville for Call and y several weeks, returns for a sent to France in a short while. The the County Agent. hi see these beans as well as tho visit to Miss Annie Hello Burnsidc. splendid young man tendered services for Y. M. C. A. work to the finest lot of recleaned whip Mrs. Annie VanArsdale, Mrs. authorities higher up and a day or Harvo Mcltoberts and Mrs. Tom so ago got a wire telling him to re- cow peas we havo had in Phillips, of Stanford, were guests port at Camp Taylor for Instruc years. Hudson, Hughes and of Mrs. It. E. Mcltoberts, Saturday. tions and training. Mr. Brown' Farnau. 4- - The Central Record, Thursday, May 2. 1918. QTJNNSJSHAPEIi. miiiMmtiiiNuiiiuumtfimiirmiiiifiHHimwBiM Mr. S. S. Sebastian was In Madison on business Mondny. Miss Orn Fester spent Tues.'ay with Mrs. S. S. Sebastian. Mrs. Ilobart Tenter spent We.', n.silny with Mrs. I.ole Noel. ..Ka Cclestia Hnll visited Stella Whittnkcr Sunday. Mr. Itichnnl Hall and family were r.vcnt guests cf Mr. Oeo. Hnll. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey were gjrsts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lit ml. Mr. James Land purchased njow and six pigs of Mrs. V. B. liny for STfi.OO. X A Business Should be as Big as Its Job If bigness is of benefit to the publ ic it should be commended. The size of 'a business depends upon the needs which that business is called upon to serve. A business should be as big as it job. You do not drive tacks with a pile driver or piles with a Added to Ot.r Already Wom'jrit'l Li ie of Popular Priced IiHiorusta 8 w aij Select Early; Be Jr El Jp showing' G is We can sav without eonttidictionthnt our Spring the I1KST i Roman, the youngest and Mrs. Floyd Humphrey, son of Mr cont fl- Company, with its many packing plants, hundreds of distributing houses, and thousands of refrigerator cars, would have been able to handle the varying seasonal supplies of live stock and meet the present war emergency by supplyingr'w'ithout interruption: Swift & Company's growth has been the natural and inevitable result of national and international nee!. Large-scal- e production and distribution are necessary to convert the live stock of and the West into meat and to distribute them over long distances to the consuming centers of the East and abroad. Only an organization like that of Swift & 3 consumers pay too much for the complex service rendered? in Europe by shipping as much as 800 carloads of meat products in a single week! Second The cantonments In the United States. Third The retailers upon Hvhom the American public depends for its daily supply of meat. But manypeople ask Do producers and First The U. S. soldiers and the Allies Everyone, we believe, concedes the efficiency of the Swift & Company organ'zation in performing a big job in a big way at a minimum of expense. Swift & Company's total profit In 1917 was less than 4 cents on each dollar of sales of Elimination of this meat and profit would have had practically no effect on live stock and meat prices. Do you believe that this service can be rendered for less by any other conceivable method of organization or operation? Thtss qaistlona snd others art tnswered fully nd frankly In ths Swift & Compsny 1918 Yaar Book aint fit on rtqutit. Addrtu Swlt & Companj--, U. S. Yards, Chicago ues very ill. cf Mr nnd Mrs K. II. Chandler Lancaster are visiting friends nn relatives here. Miss IJjrnice Tenter spent severs', inys of the pn:t .week Willi Mr. Hughcy Moberly. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ollic Hogir children of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr. Loic Bogie. the .Miss Adn Sebastian spent her sister. Mrs. pn3t week with Sieve A- ec cf Madison. Mr. nnd Miss Thclma Simpson James Simpson were here with relatives nnd friends last week. tm. Mr nnd Mr3. John Dailey ch'iren spent Sunday with Mr Da'liy's parents, in Madiun. I) . Mesdnmcs I'rcntis Walker, l!n;an 1 J. M. Anion were guest of Mrs. II. M. Kurtz. Sntur.'. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugliey Muberly am little daughter, spent the weekcm with Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Teater. Mr and Mrs. Willie Masters and children nnd Mrs. Maggie Whittaker were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Uinil werr Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Cro.v Sunday. atMrs. I'rentlss Walker nnd tractive children have been here tht guests of her parent. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Ray. Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Davis, Mr. anil Mrs. Dock Simpson, nnd Mr. Elbert Teater were in Richmond, Tuesday. Mr. Louis McCulley sold n sow with 7 pigs to Mr. Oeo. Hall, for $40., and n sow nnd 7 pigs to Mr. Richard Hall at the same price. ables ns to cater to your needs with nlniost scientific precision. A corps of efficient workmen rentier our services most desirable and lenitive pomible doubt na to Kood anil satisfactory results. .May we say nrnin I5ALANCFD STOCK OF ANY WALL PAPER IIOUSK IN THK COUNTRY. YoAre of experience and an exact knowledge of the trend of popular taste en- First; Avoid Disappointment: We Carry a Full Line A LA HASTING. VAL-SPAR- R of Window Glass, URL'SIliiS, FLOOR WAX, AUTO WIND SHIhLDS. IIRUSIIFS and FLOOR POLISHING HRUSHKS. SAND PAPKR. ARTIST TURK PAINTS, WAGON AND IMPLK.MF.NT PAINT. AUTO AND CARVARNISH, the vnrnish that you can pour boil-in- s RIAGE PAINTS. WAX IT, the best water on and WILL NOT HURT Till: VARNISH. polish that is mnde. fur-nitt- Lowe Bros. High Standard Cutside Paints OUR ENTIRE Call and seo PAINT LINE IS v BEING ; CLOSED '.. OUT uv AT COST. hat nil we have utt at you did not that we carried'. COOMER & DANVILLE. "HOGGING" CORN HAVE. KENTUCKY. well Also any a M a v 3CPS:ooa3S(06sop3tce530oo8t3C5eeo3000)oooso make .i"t as tuch enrn ner m re as if he didn't hae the brans nnd in addition will have the beans extra AND BEANS. and will have improved his land. CORN AND HEANS. DRILLING A few suggestions which will en- meinour ma be employble you to improve you to improve " our land, mnke more pork from nn ed as convenient. First: -- (ict a bean attachment acre and keep your hogt in better for your planter, thus both corn health. benns may be adjusted exactly Due to the scarcity of labor many ami average place corn farmers of this county arc Manning ns desired; in and n bean f into "hog down" a field of corn this around 18 inches ill the row. idea ches apart This is an excellent year. Drill the corn as usual, Second: practical and farmers know from Immediate-- 1 experience that it is both a profit- then after field is done. tracts, using able practice and one that will sai-labo- ly retrace the same drill In other words, the farmer beass in the planter boxes and Ordinarily it requires a sits around anil lets the hogs jlo shallow. acres in bushel of beans to plant the work. rows with corn. alone to hogs is not n Corn fed Third: If planter has fertilizer balanced ration, i. v. they are not attachment, then thoroughly mix quick or as cheap cm'iis a 12 pounds of beans with the fermake as when they have some protein or tilizer intended for nn acre and muscle and bone building property drill the mixture ns fertilizer. If Clover has this com you n their food. are not going to use fertilizer Kvery pound, so have soy beans. dirt may be used. farmer knows that corn ami clover the mix Fourth: Thoroughly are the ideal feeds for hogs, but they are probably not awaro. that corn and benns and drill very thick very careful to keep corn and soy beans are just about in rows, being It is not likely that well mixed. as good. Kvery farmer in Garrard County the distribution will be uniform nor except for con who it planning to plant ccrn tc very satisfactory hog down, should also plant soy venience on a smnll scale. Fifth: After you have planted beans at the same time. This method is very simple and no man your corn you may take a jobber ran afford to leae off beans from and Job ill beans. This is too slow it the corn which he is planting to howeer, and would not advise However hog down. I have talked to farmers except on a small scale. from all over Kentucky, nnd some would advise every farmer to mako of instead from Indiana, nnd every one who his replanting beuns has followed it is enthusiastic. The corn for replanted corn seldom general opinion is that one will does any good and beans will da toasnesistr erst fanner sh planting n rn im llurfe. thinking of will not come up ery well shou' ' mix beans with it so that he ." get a gcud stand of something plant a soy which will mature He sure and TO USE. .f wiriet) ved in ().. country LexingThe ll.iberlitndt. ton or Mikado are all good urirties for hogging. The Lexington can be bought from local teed men. VARIF.TfCS Swift & Company, U.S. A. Car of Lime in barrels just received. Hudson, Hunhs nnd Farnau. OUR BOYS "OVER THERE" ENJOY TOASTED CIGARETTES. Through the patriotism of the citizens of this country thousands of emcke kits are being distributed to Author-Itic- s AmcricansoldiersinFrance, agree that men In the trenches need cigarettes almost as much as food and munitions. Doctors, nurses, and commanding officers all join in the demand which has awakened in this country a great movement to keep our boys supplied with smokes. of the famous LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes are "going over" all the time. There's something about the idea of the tooled cigarette that appeals to the men who epend their time in cold, wet trenches and billets. Millions Rev. I). F. Sebastian. Mr. and Mm Frank I.and, Miss Inez I.and nnd Mr Howard Land, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.. John Land and Miss Lcnna Hollon, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson and Master Chester Handy spent the it a birthday dinner Friday, in week-enin Jessamine. They were Sonor of her father M,r. B. A. Joe and Jesse accompanied to High Bridge, SaturMessrs Duncan. Duncan and families of Buena day by Mr. and Mrs. James Gayhart. was stricken Messrs Ike Miss Iva Hollon Vista and Bryantsville, Tuesdny. and everett Duncan and families of with appendicitis taken to Danville and operated Poor Ridge were present. on by Dr. Jackson, Tuesday night. She stood the operation very nicely PAINT LICK nd ic recovering rapidly. Mrs. Ann Moberly is quite ill at Rev. N, ft. Young will fill his reg this writing. ular appointments here Saturday Mrs. Thos. Logsdon was in Rich- night and Sunday Sunday. The mond, Saturday. School will begin ut !:30 instead of f d She-wa-s TIME TO INTRODUCE MR. UEAN TO MISS HOC. Shonts may be turned into the field when heans are still green an J the corn drnting Heans should up and fed to the hogs several days before turning them Into the field so that they may become accustomed to them. ' The variety of food seems to keep the digestion regulated and appetites dependably. They thrive so that the owner ra.i readily see the Improving lustrr l'i hair and double curl in tail. Plant some soys with your corn for the two grow well together nnd thrive ns companions. King and Queen of tho Field. For further information W. II. 110(1 KltS. address County Agent, V. S. Department, of Agriculture. Importsnt Scientific Discovery, Alixililti pnif that the crnvltntloiinl iiin-atlrartli'ii nf matter rnrles wltli rlinm;rs In their electrical Imtrnllal due to electrical chnnges lliem uu i.titiilnml by Dr. Krsn-i- i K. Xlplier In ii jenrof cxivrlliient In llii' tnlHinitnry nf uul St. IjiuIk. iin Todd leaves Wednesday Thomas. Mines Emma urn! Ora Estridgc were lit home over Sunday-Mis- s Elizabeth Beazley spent the week-en- d with the home folks. Stephen ?.r Pert munity is cordially Mr. Stephen Todd has returnee home after spending a few month? in Mexico. the wns iss Ilsttio Williams MT. HEBRON guest of Miss Willie Williams tl i Mr, Spencer Scott Unb!e to bo past week. Mirs Geneva' Murphy out. wai th Mr. J. II. Deane had a nice calf guest of Mirs Itn Sanders the firs' of the week. to dio the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Vanderpool Mr. and Mrs Stephin Carrier cf ar. very happy over the arrival of Lancaster, were guuts of Mr. anu Mrs. Harry McWhertsr, Sunday a flr.o baby girl on the 23rd. i.Irs. Joseph Duncan and children Miss Reynolds of Lancaster, has veero the guests of her sister, Mrs. taken charge ef th c office of Bailey and Mors at this place in the llussell Vanderpool, Friday. Flour in sacks; kiln dried Burnam warehouse. Mr. John L. Coldiron is erecting corn meal In sacks, building adjoining the drug Hudson, Huirhcs nnil Farnau. a brick Mr. Coldiron !s one of our stcre. Sunday School adopt most enterprising busir.es men. Mt. Hebron ed "Wilson time" Sunday, let every If you have any knitted articles body observe "Go to Sunday School for the Red Crcs3 please turn them Sunday, and be on time, In Day" next at Ledforl's HulL If you nee- Messrs Tom Hicks and Henry any yarn, let us know and v.e will Montgomery and families were at supply ycu. Scotts Fork; Sunday for services, The I'uit office officials and mam and the guests of Mn. Mary A. bers of the B. V. P. U., wcra guests Sanders. at a six o'clock dinner, Monday, of Mr. Wm. Onstott sold n bunch Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess, In calves to Mr. Cobb of Boyle, for honor of Mr. W. P. Rcgers Jr., oni of delvery at 8 cents per of our Rural Carriers, wh haves October pound. He also bought of Mr. for Fort Thomas, Wednesday to gc Wm. Barker of Jessamine a calf, Into training. The guests spent price 125.. and a cow from other a most delightful evening as Mr parties price $45, and Mrs. Burgess are known fat Mrs. Harrison Deane entertained their hospitality, Then, too, the real Kentucky Hurley tobacco of the LUCXY STRIKE ciga. rette gives them the solid satisfaction of a pipe, with a lot less trouble. Sec us for tested seed corn. Hudson, Hushes and Farnau. Even1 one In the com Invited. News has been received here of the marriage of Miss Minnie Marie of Easlcv and Mr. Wm. Gnttcn Lexington. The bride is the dnugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Knsley, and Is both attractive and accom plishcd, and has often visited rclti Mr, t ntten t.vcs in this vicinity. is n young business man of Lexing ton. Every one is cordially Invited to attend Sunday Schooi next Sunday at Gun's Chapel and at Buckeye, Sunday has been set apart as special "Go to Sunday School Day If you do not attend you may be the cause of Kentucky not reaching her goal of 1,000,000 in the Sunday School, on' that day. Don't just send the children but go yourself and take them. o'clock. Sow Soy Beans 9 With Corn, ' We have a fine lot of Lexington and Tosct(ti!ck relief take r--. New the cold, btops tlie cough XI - Pr. Discovery. Um.1 50 years. Checks v- Kin- -i 9 e 9 JT CSoldbyalldruits try IX. Pekin" Soy Beans, New Crop. Sow beans with corn and get a good stand. for Coudhs gCoIcIe The Evils of Cocslipalion Leaving wa.te material in the body poiionj the system anil blood ami makes you liable to sick headaches, biliousness, ncrvonsi.ess and muddy skin. Try Dr. King's New Life Pills. At all druegU's. Prompt relief. . HUDSON, HUGHES & FAilH All Lancaster, Kentucky. iiiJ. A The Central Record, Thursday, May 2, 1918. CHANDLER S(X Famous For Its Marvelous Motor full of careless fellows who felt nt this tlmo that tho earth was theirs Op. Mr. Ilcrt I'rathcr was hero with and the fullness thereof nnd all of the road belonged to them by relatives last week. Miss Klsle Whlltaker spent last divine apportionment, ran Into his car. Mr. Kites gave nil the road week with Mrs. It. W. Sandcn. Office at Kalney that was tiosslblu for him In. nml Mr. and .Mrs. Itobcrt Layton, was going quite slow when the nc-- ! Lancaster, week-enspent the with her parents. cident occurred. The "gentlemen" Mrs. W. 11. (lulley and daughter. were glad enough to pay tho co.it Ilarbarn, were in Richmond latt on the spot without further trouble. UUCKEYE Wm. D. Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Surgeon Kentucky a Livery Stable. d w eck. Right Car at Right Price; Chandler Leads T1HI Charuler Company has striven for five u flive the public the best Six at the best price. And it has succeeded, year after worth approached only by other cars seiiing for hundreds cf doiiars more. The Gh'indier leads all Sixes indeed all medium-price- d high-grad- e cars because it offers so much more for so much less. si i ;.nii hody types .l Aitolph Uensley Mr. and visited Kay Mrs. Otis llogic, n eently. Mr. and Mrs. Josm Hill were in Dativillo hut week to see her moth- .r, Mrs. N'ath Dorjle. .dr. and Mrs. Dan Doolln and luldrcn spnt the week end with Mr and Mrs. Harrison Ray. Mr and .Mrs Hubert Carter viniie I Mr and Mrs Mill Carter and Mr. and Mr A. C. Miles Saturday and Sun lay. .Mr. and Mre. It. V. Sanders anil hildrcn, Mrs. W. 11. fiullcy .visited Mr. and Mrs J. A. Whittaker, Sun- lay. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price and ittlc son, Itobcrt Malvern, spent he week end with his father, Mr Hob Price. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill entertain- J a number at dinner Sunday in lonor of the bride n.ul groom, .Mr. .n.l Mrs Talbott Jenkins. .Mr. and Mrs. .J. TWICE PROVEN. If .. iu suffer Iwelcac .a, sic. ,K nights, tired, dull days n,nl dtstrcae-inurinary disorders, don't experiment. Keaii this twice-toltestimony. It's tvidcm-d A. Beaziev KINEKflL. DIRECTOR g Olllce Over National Punk. Itiwidence t'hnne 8. Office I'hune 27 I.ANCASTKK, KY. d.'Ublj ; roven. Mrs II. T. Wah. r. Hill Terrace, soya: "I never fail to praise Moan's Kidney Pills, fir tliev are n nint worthy remedy and have done mc much gooil on occaj;ons. many For several years, 1 have suffore I H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Keutuckv- ?..... .. ycr.r, in this aim. The Chandler for 19 IS offers real motor car Cane seed, genuine Teniies- rape seed, white tweet clover and crimson cloV' r seed for sale. Hudson, Hughes and Faruau c millet, Sebastian filled his regular appointment here Sunday norning. At the close of the ser-r..was taken for a collection Home and Foreign Missions, Jie amount taken was $70.35. The otal amount giventhir year by the church. Sunday school, and Mission ary society for the cause bein- $139 2S K. kidneys have also been irreguliir in tie n action. Kidney Pills have WBV always removed every symptom of j Kinney irouuie at tnese times." TfU rjnDlflN (Stntement given March 20, l'JOS. ) ItEMAHI-K- . ALWAYS Calls Answered Promptly Day or On November 18, 1910, Mrs. Nieht. Phone 317. Walter said: "I have the greatest confidence in Doan's Kidney Pill.. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. . I was free from kidney trouble fn a long time, but recently iiad i' flight nttack. I again used 1 loan's Kidney Pills and they quickly rc-- j licveil me. Foster-.M- :' 00c. nt nil dealers. Fine Cut Flowers. burn Co., Mfurr., Iluffalo, X. Y. i.itin- - iiimi JittllllUl I I i. UHCK. .! ... ' fillllt Iiick, IWs D. PniltliS Ut W3 Hcmaker M. Itev. I). Hrittol Long Famous Port. Is one of the nncli-nimrts 'i itnlnml. mid thri'e nr fmir litm-'IrW. A. WHEELER years nsn It was only to Iji'mIiiii. Frnm the ery outset It tris DENTIST hei n mimei'tiil wllh trade on this lde of ihe Atlantic, and, In fact. II was KENTUCKY. out .if IfrMiil that John Cabot sailed LANC STEIt, 1117 mi the vnyage Hint In briiuflit Olllce over Stormea Drug Store. hill) in the rnait of Xnva Seotia and c.ri. Iherefiire, the llri-- t to renih the Hours 8 12 am. 11pm 7:30-Dp.mrliihiud of this continent. John McRoberts. Snfti'l'inti'nevr 7m.ri.ig ( .ir. I ". S Cunv,vtilU .S. J.IH. 121.S t Hhparcli dir. SK7Z (.t,mvrt.l..e Coupi'. S21V5 AllrrutM I it. b. C'M.IunJ) I'uur'l'iuianecr Kntutitcr. S1SQX Unuiusine, S28VS Come Clioosu Your Chandler Now Are You Feeling Old Some Heat. Businfss.Phonograpliy ssT ..OT .7 It t::n hrcti istf tnnf til il.tit tho tntnl XVPRWRITtNr.inH Uy the ciilf 'Mii'int nf wnnnth illiTu-i- vl TELEGRAPHY vtrv tu wnulil ciiU'st ti riwr nf '"" WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE .... ..u Si... pnn v vtrppiivjr; ltl..t... (I..... KINNAIRD BROS., Lancaster. Phone 66. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO Today? nized do middle- aged men and women mistake kidney old age. trouble for do not filter waste mailer out of too Mood as they should and backache, tired feeling, biliousness, goro muscles, etlff joints, rheumatlo pains, Irritation of the bladder.pufllnessundei eyes oruther symptom or ailment appears. ORE OFTEN than Is recog Tired, wcakor deranged kidneys raise iron! a eiininnt w liner in, ,t e iil;iut summer teiupi'ratiire the whole of the air that rest- uimn the Itrltlsh lle nnd France. The fugs tu wlili h Englanil Is mi subject are. In a gieat part, owing to It, and throiiKh t the western ciiatK of Ireland enjoy n ti'iiiii niliirf two degrees higher than thoe on the Fust. i via. rmititr suam rrtn 1 lu i i ltd simim womn fnr its nvsii ti, iHinratinff Lsriiaiivni Ttf"Entr Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For SoreMuscles For Fall Planting $1.0o. $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs for fall planting- POSTPAID-for only write fur particularsand FItEE KALI. FLOW EH HOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant, iy ntnl relatives nt Hlclimoml, Carter visited Mrs. Julia Wedillc, CARTERS VlLLE. ami Silver Creek last week. last Sunday. Miss visited MIm Sum' Orecn Itev. r. r. Jlryant fillcv! his regu- There will be quarterly mctm: Cora Itoop, last Kriilay night. ar appointments at White Lick at the Carter chapel the fifth and Uaptist church last Sunday, Mr. Walker Ilryant sold two nice sixth of May. Wc are expecting hour to .Mhw Cora Itoop last week jt.(f )1IV, visited hii uncle. the l!ev. (Jrecr of Danville. Kvcry price net Known Mr. Sam Davis in Madison county, body invited to attend. Susie j last Saturday and Sunday. Hoop and Mioses Corn Crcmo Dairy Feed will ifM were gueU of Mrs. Charlie. yn. Cora I'ayno of London, is your cow jjivo more Wron, hut Sunday. visiting her parent. Mr. ami .Mrs. make i milk. Mrs Kva Merryman visited her Harrison Creech, this week. sister. Mrs. Mrs. T. A. Creen last Jennings I Hudson, HuRhes ami F.irnau. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Saturday and Sunday. and children visited her parents, Tta, nutrict School opened at Mmllli .Mr. ami Mrs. John ami .Mr. anil .Mrs. r. r. nryant last sun-- 1 Cartersville last Monday. It has children visited Mr and Mrs, C S. day ,v!n dose 1 on account of mini) Itobinson, last Sundni Jlri, Suic ltenfro and Jlrs. Huthlpox, We are glad to say tho smnll Mr, an l Mrs. C S. Itoop visited I'avis arj th l.irca and Mrs. J, I). pox scare is about over I friend .Stiff Joints jr. eF I s A. t r' A I 11 I t A "V i r-- v r Tsl To trade at a store that can show you a full und complete line of all that is required to furnish a house from cellar to fJarreP ever shown in this Our equipment for making deliveries, is the best in tl e Stste. A purchase miiile here will be in your house within from one tu two house after your order Is given, if Ihe distance does not exceed met 35 miles. Yen will enjoy it wh. ther you buy or not. MAKK Ol'lt STOIti: A VISIT Ymii largi-s- have choice and pick of the t and most select stock of house furnishings psrt of the country, when you trade with us, Tho prices cannot be anything else hut UlRHT. It will pay you to visit our Rug Department and just see for jourself what wo have In oiler In the way of Hugs. W e are shotting a wonderful big line of Wulte tirina lings this season specially designed to t:ike the place of llrussels, Axminsters sod Velvets which have been forced to a very high mark ilurf to the war. Our Waito tirass Itugs are beautiful in pattern attractive and artistically figured, in a very beautiful Tan, Drown, tireen and Illue pattern. Prices quoted are unusually Ion'. 27x51 Waite Crass Itugs, $1 35 the bladder and tone up tho liver. They help tho kidneys remove tho accumuROUTE, P. HARRODSBURG, KY. lating poisons ar.d southo and heal tho passages. Wicn tho kidneys and urinary tract aro dulng their work perfectly, tho wholo system Is benefitted ana restored lo heaitn ana sirengtn. Now is the time to plant your Louis Iluckncr, K. F. D. 1. ISox SS, Somerset, Va., writes: "I was feeling Orchard, Lnwn nnd Garden. all run dow n, tired, with lulna In my luck. After taking Foley Kidney PI1U 'Out largo descriptive catalog of Famous Writer Poor Physician. I felt liko a new nun Sihlller, III" r.iiihur of "William 'reliable and will ipeak words cf .,. I Pl.-r prals anywhere I go Tell " un m..1liil .,ill--.l.. tl. C .U. . i J Sm.in,. my menus. Yon UOI CtUC I UBS shin guard befnre he fouinl Ills pnires- ., ' , can mo my letter if It Hrtntc: .i irlji, will bo of any servlco at Incompetent phjslilaii and hii xi-- ' all to you." Vou can git roiey iviune , pelliil from his regiment. Pol'illslntwosiie, "Sl(M91 50a unj $1.1X1. ctst Material for splints. STOHMKS OKUUC. STOItE. l.iiUanlzeil wire netting Is claimed e,c is free uPon in1ll,r'-feria- l to be u.i.cl, superior to w.h.I as a N'i Acts for surgical snllnts. It Is Write for free Catalogue. .MAKKSHUKY , strong. Ilirht In ii.m.t.i.v,.ri ami eaklly sterilized, nnd. unlike wmnl II P TTl'llpnmpWPr & Itev Jlahan spent Sunday wCHS. i"enHieyer and planer, grfes free ventilation. The ! U,i Harlan, new splints are wmen from wire so Lexini'ton, Kentucky. Mrt Kyle Isom has recently pur-- . teiiipenil that It call easily he proved Into liape to he Imuinl closely upon linseil an Oakland car. Ilcii)i'l of the Condition the liijuriil limb. county, Mrs. Miller of Casey OK TUB was the guest of Mrs, John Marsce Iti'i(iii of the (.'inidl I ion last Wednesday. 01' liiiiik llrviintsville t or Til s Mr. Leslie Cunningham and familolng tiutlnv.s st ion u of Brjriotsvllltf, week-en- d relaily, spent the with ( ouuly of Csrrsr.l, btato of Kvuturkjr, tives :it Ilnrrodsburg. AT IIIK CLIHK OK M'MNOS ON TUB Messrs It, K. and Lowry Speaks lulnie butlue.a nt llie Imhii uf I'sliil l.lck, 1 1th duy of April 1018 uiiide a business trip to Lexington, Cuuulrof liurrsril, Mslw ol Kvumcky, AT Tllhl'IAJSK nr Ul'.INfc.s os the Saturday. Strengthen kidneys, stiinulato SINGER, THE FLORIST TREES l(t ........... r iSma tatoes, Strawberries, Rhrnhs. flrano Asoara?us, Seed PwnrrropnQ Peoples Bank; Ilth day of April. 1918. , Tested white nml tested yellow seed corr for sale. Hudson, Hushes and Farnnu. Miss Hetty Scott of tho Iluena Vista High school, was the guest Saturday of Miss Elisabeth Doty, and Sundny. Mcsdnmes It. K, Swopo and J, Y. Swopo entertained Mrs. Wilford Pyo cf Ll'uriv, Mrs. Ceorgo Lucas, and children, and Mr. Miller of Mt. Salem, very delightfully at dinner last Wednesday, try. Dclbert Cunningham, while ing his marlmanship with a loaded shotgun, received n severs cut from the recoil of the gun and was greatthinking ly alarmed for a while, perhaps, the load had turned on him. A physlclcn was summoned ami the wound dressed and the little leiiow suirers no uau results. Mr. Green Estes recently ha I an accident to his auto, when a car KOOUKCEri. . Iltul stiiek.. iu:i;m Uwlis suit llltcuulllt iiirrilrart,vi'iirril auil lliistcumt HouiUaiKlolberSi-curUlv- Oieritrslt. sicurvit suit uuaecdrtit flue troui lUuks Cs.liim IihikI ITS SIS 6 ChMk ami ullirr t'a.ll llrm 4,mmI trJ llsukllig lleuse, Kutultura anil Ti.tiSilNii 11.4ml l Iaisiis sii.1 Ill'ouuts . , f MJMi Sal :!iL?K (SI io 11 Ml till M (HI Hint (rum Hanks . .. Cash uu liau.l liauklna lluiue, turullure suit . I.IU il rlllurr. . 3,UO00 Fixtures 4ssIU Ollur Arls nol lucluiltil Uu4r 7j su) of aUita brail. ... Total IIW.UI IS LIABI1.1T1KH, diiH'k I Total I.I .. .. I trls.MIVn; Uai.lial siock i.aldlu. la cash suri.lii. uu.i ptfUiattil I'vrtlSt-alv. fivisisll. Postal savlug. all.1 latrs lslil IW,usll..iil.jri'tlorliri:kl.i,;i7 lllll.ll li:si M) I ilisu is.wo CO t',ll piiriuu. ,al,t lu, u itaali t ci Tllua flv llvll sutdrcl olts, vs auil taivs Kalil tocurek U"1.'S U ttso.iai m '.'''"l" IH.OHJIO a too io Z6li " Mx'.H) Cx!) " '" 2 00 1W) ot ? M aj tCi ;i;.W8i,; art Wulte (irass Itugs $5 00. Cxl2 " on " " 8&0 8x10 Waits Grass Itugs $S,75 " 10 00. " ' 9x12 flue Hanks au.l Trilsl Cm(,an!vs. Sapp-Slat- Danville's Largest furniture and Rug Store. " Furniture SUCCESSOItS TO A. K. WIIEELEU KL'ltNlTUHE CO. Co. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Ilcckrr, l'rt.ldnl aud J. O, Total . . . IJ7s.HI n i'ashltruf tba alalia uauicd Hauk rtu ts Htatwof Kvutuekjr, Couutrot Madison, set aolvtunly suear tbat lbs abma to tha beat ol our knuwlidsa and bslltt. r.W ti. Kl.b.au.1 K.U. Wooils. Vl.-- l'r.l. trua Iicktr, Prssl.lrnl, dcut and Caslilrr ot tb aUv nauivd Hank, do aotvinnlr swrar lbs tba abo( slatv- J.C. Wuium.l'a.lilir. tnvni isirueio m oviloiour kuosnrtlxe and Ibis lsth tubs? rlbvd snd ssoru to tstfort W C. FISII.V-l'K.ld.liUllrf, day ot April lls. H. l. UOOpg.Caibler ), l!ofauHa!!ird..N'OUr7 Public, aiil.scrlWd and sworn to tvfureine ibls'.'dh My Comialsaloa ciplrea Fsb la, 1W0. da; of A'rll I'ls. Pisicioisi Llajr lllaksmaii. Notary I'ubUe Mjr Commlssluu Mpiris isu. vs lv:i W.ll.s0 s. Noah Marses, Jr. B. 1', Soj(, IIH.MV statu or Ktsm'KV.,, t'r (iAKK K1 Wa.( O. ar. at lo Top r' The Central Record, Thursday, May 2, 1918. CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS If you expect to buy a Over the ..smvtJhtlw' , ATTACKED BY ROOSEVELT Any American Not la Fi?or of Fighting War Through Is Traitor, He Says. x Byi American Soldier Wfao Wtnt ARTHUR GUY EMPEY When the Lusitania was sunk Arthur Guy Empey decided that he could not wait for his country to declare war so he sailed without orders for England, and enlisted as a Canadian. He recounts this incident in "OVER THE TOP" in less than five hundred words. In a few thousand more words he completes his experiences in England and after that he is in France for the greater part of the eighteen months before he was invalided home, in the "Front Line Trenches." "OVER THE TOP" is the first story by one of the American soldiers who went to France, has been a real combatant and has seen long service in the trenches. Sergeant Empey tells what it actually means and feels like: to be wounded seven times; to live for a year and a half with mud and rats and shells; to be covered with "cooties" and never to get rid of them; to go "over the top" in a charge; to grasp for your gas helmet when a second's delay mean's death; ' to capture a Prussian: with that machine gun (working a few, yards away; to get tangled up in barb-wirhours wounded and unconsciou3 jin "No Man's Land." to lie for thirty-siFor a year and a half, until he fell wounded in "No Man Land"this American soldier saw more actual fighting and real warfare than any war correspondent who has written about the war. His experiences are grim, but they are thrilling, and lightened by a touch of humor aa original as the Soldiers Three. And they are True. e x N'ew York, April 2N. No Amcr Icon li.n n right to n night's sleep unless during the dny he hns done something to nlil in the war against (Icrmnny, declared Col. Theodore In urging Kooscvclt Inrge audience Brooklyn nt the Academy of Music to Invest in the third Liberty Loan. "The mnn who does not think that it was America's duty to fight for her own sake, in view of the in famous conduct of Germany toward us, stands on a level with a mnn who wouldn't think It necessary to fight in a private quarrel becnuse his wife's face was slapped," inserted the former President, prefacing nn attack on the "conscientioii ob Buggy this spring, see our line for we have some jobs that are strictly up-to-da- te, at i;he right price. WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE, VULCAN AND OLIVER PLOWS. WE CAKRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. jector." "I would try to find out what lit Is conscientious about," sail the Colonel. "He may be concientlous killing somebody else; he m.ty about be conrcientious about keeping his own carcars from injury. "If he merely objects to killing someone else then send him to the front with a spade to dig trenches in the danger zone, or else put him on n mine sweeper. If he says that his conscience forbids him to do any of the necessary work of national then I would answer that my conrcience would forbid Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, Ky. The Greatest War Story Ever Written i me to let him vote. "The American who is not now heart and tout In favor of fighting this war through to n victorious end 11 is a traitor to this country and to He is unfit to live in mankind. America. He Is unfit to be a free mnn, for his soul is the soul of slave." of France" with Sarah Bernhardt ns the star, rhould fill Iiomnns Opera House tonight. ".Mothers For Salel i 25 10 Farms or any size or location. C! in We take pleasure in announcing that we have secured serial rights to this remarkable story and that it will appear in installments in this newspaper It Is the Real Staff! SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I -- fir, 3 by th ntw ct ft stasias; ct tha Lusitania br a usrmea submarine. Arthur Our Enpsr. in Amsrl-ca! City and hit offle In jar Eaglsnd wbtr ht annst fa th Boo to army. -Mrtad of trln- CHAPTER Afttr tag, Kmpr voluntMrs tor lmowdlat srv. ino soon nnas nimii In r.,i diiii ''wMiiavhir In Vrano.'' rnr h first msM th acquaintance of th vr-p- r at "sooUm." . Dy sttandi bis CHAPTER church HrvtcM at to front whll a 0r-nu- n Fokkar eirei vr th command goes cnirsllon. CHAPTER IV Empty' Into th front.lln trenches and la under Ore tor th first time. learns to adopt CHAPTER th motto of th Urtlah Tommy, "It you are going to (Ct It. you'll set It, so netar worry." in rest billets. Em. CHAPTER ack pey lets hi first esperltnc as a mees orderly. learns how th CHAPTER VH-EBritish soldier are fed. In th front-lin- e CHAPTER VIH-na- ck trench. Empey sees hi first friend of th trenches "ao West." pey makes his flrstJ CHAPTER visit to a auffoui in uuiciue imcu. learns what n CHAPTER a "day' work" In th front-lltrench. goe "over th CIIAITER lop" for th first tlm In a chars on th rjerman trrnche and Is wounded by a bayonet thrust. pey Joins th "sul-clJ- e CHAPTER club" a th bombing squad la called. Tommy gets an XIII-Ea- ch CHAPTER official bath. helps dig an CHAPTER XIV-Em- py advanced trench under German fir. "HsUnlng post" In CHAPTER XV-- On itJ is untrue Ireland nersen Kor centuries the term "Irishman' hns stood for till that was gallnnt, brnve, loyal nml true. That she should refuse to bear her share In the treat world conflict, when the very principles for which her his tory hns been one long contention are trembling in the balance. Is In explicable. It Is sincerely to be hoped that she will now accept the KngUnd, home rule tendered by consubmit to the same rigorous ditions England Imposes on herself, and forever clear her name of the odium that must attach to it If her past course Is pursued any further. a City Dwellings modern and attractive. netting 7 per cent to owners. I i ... i . 3 Business Properties I v. i I I 3 9 D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. r r ii p.Mnr". ' ai, inv irnnrn r.. w m r (fOver if Top With the Bett efLacQhdGiv ThmHtUV" OVER THE TOP BY rt equipped In this day of highly and organized troops the expedients to which Washington's army had reA story course are amusing. has come down in a Garrard county family from an ancestor who was a Upon soldier In the Revolution. one occasion a body of men were to be detailed for a certain service which Involved a long and rough march, so that the "best shod" men Used Deering Corn Planter, Used Driv ing Trap, Used Disc Harrow, Walking Cultivators, for tale cheap. Oliver and Deere cultivators. Prices right. Serg't Arthur Guy Empey Serg't Empey's vivid and gripping story of the great war will be printed in installments in this paper. Twenty-seven No Man's on over" on Old Pepper, their regimental commander. cap whll Land. CHAPTER XVI-T- wo artillerymen "put ha narrow CIIAITER on patrol duty In No Man a XVII-Em- ng adventures chapters of exciti- action", and heart-stirrin-g events that befell this one man from the time he passed from civilian life to take his place in the human wall that stands between civilization and frightfullness. Serg't Empey is-- an American who enlisted in the British Army on hearing of the sinking of the "Lusitania." He writes in a straightforward way of his own experiences "over there," of the life in which our own American boys are entering. XVJII-na- ck In rest billets anl stsg-e-s a fare comedy. many hav CHAPTER way to amus themselves whll "on their own." volunteers for CHAPTER XX-Emachine gun servlc and goe back Into the fronl. line tranches. again gos CHAPTER XXI-Em'ovr th top" In a Cham which cost hts company 17 killed and 51 wounded. with a machine CHAPTER XXlI-Trl- ck l rlts. sun sllenr on botheraom attack, CHAPTER XXIII-aeVm- an by gas wave. Is repulsed. XXIV-Emp- ey Is forced to CIIAITER tak part In an esecutlon aa a member of th firing- squad. prPar for CIIAITER XXV-Ilrtt- lsh th lllg Push th battl of In Bomme. a trench raid. CIIAITER XXVI-- In ih. lllir Iuah. Emtiev I dee. ... iraiviy nu I " n Man'e l.and for IS houra. XXVH-Af- ter four months CIIAITER In a Urltlsh hospital, Empey Is uiKitaiim as "physically unfit for further war serv. Empey write CHAPTER u. OVERTHETOP Will Be Printed Exclusively "Over the Top If By IN THIS NEWSPAPER Ai Awrlcu Soldier Who Wett ARTIU1 Mcla Cr GOY ENPEY Stfimi fa Ffuct ? were to be chosen. The men were The Deal House. drawn up in lines and ordered to put forward the right foot. The soldier from whom the story came, Horsa's Musical Sense. not liking the proposed "Job" and The musical arulenpss of horses. Is having a fairly good shoe on his I FARMER'S COLUMN ! shimn lijr the rapidity with which right foot, immediately projected airy horse learn the slunlfloinc eT. of his left on which there was no shoo trumpet calls. at all to speak of, it merely being a spae t.iow Ihl. ht.ailts I. fuf lb cielu remnant. His ruse was detected, I. hi of uir tarmtr .uli.crllir. and I (of Oally Thought. and as punishment he war sent upon h tale of .;uk, ftalu au.I mh Iblnga on No nobler feelln than this, of farm a. tliv farmer ramiol afford lo adrcr the dctuiL for one higher than himself, Nu will uff.r lout Let us believe the soldier was liar. and nolle liaotilflu wo U.u.a of llit dwells In the brenat of man. It la to llu. fr will 'barya y more joker than slacker, for this hour, nml nt ell hours, a lvlf)tnz of sroHii, In man's life Carlyle. his great- a lad uncco Kor I). M. InllUjnre sticks. age, is eager to go to der draft 4- -1 Franco us u Sanimlc, while his sis- Carter, Carirrfville, Ky. No Joke. ter is desirous of doing her bit ns a A. A. S. claims that a man will steal Kor Sale Texas ssdjlc. (rood con- Red Cross nurre "over there". ell the M.taice stumps he need from dition J. G. li'inuldo. his employer, and think nothing of It. Hut If he sees a sinvt cur The wheat shortage is destined to Kirst Class Seed Corn for Sale. conductor make the people of the United StatI'. K. I'rewitt. It. K. U. 1, i miwk nown a nickel he think he ouslit lo notify the company. es acquainted for the first time In rnone aso-their history with the great AmeriWhy breed your mares to a horse ot can grain corn. When one co-nOulld Character Firmly. to think of it, it is really surprising small bone and lees breeding, when The chariu'li-- r which you are con(olden tmerald stands at $10.00. structing Is not your own. It Is the how few people in our land really Yantls & Embry building material nut of which other appreciate this grain ns they should. generations will quarry atonu for th Corn bread, rightly made, has no llarrrd Plymouth Itock eiriri from temple of life. See to It. therefor, superior ns u regular article of diet. choice strain. 75c for 15. I'hone 47-that It he granite and not shale. Thore who have become accustomed liryantsville exchange. to its use frequently prefer it to all Mrs. J. W. Mohan, Lancaster Ky. Chinese Cleverness. other bread, and insist that one In making confectionery the Chinese KOH SALKi-Mommot- h I'eurl or never loses relish for it. Corn was are very reputhe staple urticle of food of the June potatoes. The greatest yield- - tation of skillful, and possess the They having many secrets. American Indian, than whom a fin- cr 1 have ever raised. are able to empty on egg and Mil It S. C. Henderson, I'uint Lick, Ky. with an er race, physically, never existed. nlmonil nougat without one being able to find the sllghti'st break It was also the mainstay of the KxchmiKe, No. 40, 3 rings. In the shell. They also take (ho entlra African slaves of the South for two pulp from an orange and All It up with Alcohol From Sawdust centuries, and on It they throve and huri hlmnn that a Inn fruit Jelly without leaving a trace of by labored. It Is acknowledged leading physlcianr that corn bread of dry snuitust ulll jlelrl with proper an Incision In the rind. treatment twenty to tuenty-thjul-Iois much more healthful than wheat of 1)3 per cent clh)l or grain To Clean Bras. , bread, and when once one has acTo remove marks and discoloration quired a taste for it he becomes a from brass or gilt ornaments, picture convert for life. It is the merest frames, etc., dissolve a piece of soft Cheesecloth Inetflrit. drivel, to say nothing of craven dissoap the slse ot an egg In a pint of The little tfrl ullh the crepe d loyalty, for any of our people to chine taste vtho makes the mistake ot boiling water, then add a tablespoon-fu- l bewail a forced abstinence from having for her daddy a man with a of ammonia. Wring a cloth out of d wheat bread so long as we have cheese-clot- h Income Is hound to hate the solution and gently wipe the ar millions of the best grain God her dimples overflow us a result' of tlrle o be cleaned; then sponge It Uh rare, using cold water, Klually dry ever caused to grow out of the lachrymal freshets occasionally. with a soft cloth Houston I'ost ground. J. R. MOUINT & CO. arrltt (OosrnaM, tut, i Ariasi esr