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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 9, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918050901_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 9, 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. 12 tm CORN THE CENTRAL, RECORD, LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 9. 1918. RED CROSS CAM- -' W. C. T. U. meeting of the local The regular PAIGN IS NOW ON. W. C. T. U. meets next Saturday nftcrnoon nt 3 o'clock. All mem- Second Drift lor $100,000,000 Closes bers are urged to be present May 27th. TeanWork Will Win. iwr. NUMBER TWENTY NINTH YEAR . pFHE PLANTERS, MOWING CUTTING CUL-TIPACRE- Firi HI We Are HEADQUARTERS CORN FOR HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, gardeTsIdIree M MACHINE AND HAY RAKES. How would you like to save on your Impurchase besides getting a first-clas- s Senator Olllc M. Jnmcs has sent to the Central Itccoril ofTico n large sack of gnrden seed for free distriAnyone calling at this ofbution. No fice will be given n package. but "war seed given to children, gnrdencrs" are especially asked to call for some of this teed. bootleggeIcaptured. notorious Hill Harris, a colored boot legger, was arrested near his home at Carlertvllle, last Saturday night by Sheriff Walker nnd Is now in Jail to nwalt the trial of several Indictments against him or selling liquor. plement. It pays to see us about your wants. Our SUC-C-IES are just wnat yon are looking for. BIG SALE NEXT WEDNESDAY The Sandstone farm of 107 acres ndvcrtlscd to sell next Wednesday, by the I). A. Thomas Kcnlty Co., is one of the best farms in that section This Is the land of the county. that produces the high price tobacco nnd Mr. Thomas tells us that it Is cure to sell. Head the advertise ment inthis Issue. The Second lied Cross campaign to raise $100,000,000 in the United States is now on; Garrnrd County's Quota is $7,000. The cnmpalgn i wilt close May -- 7th, and on Tuesday May 2 1st, n drive will be made In the county by the enme teams that made the last Liberty Loan Drive, that brought bomb the bacon. The Liberty Loan Organisations all over the State are now working with the the nnd Bed Cross Organization Captains of the teams In the Liberty Loan will be the same as before. Let us all get together and work for the success of this great orgunl One fourth of the $7,000 xation. to be rnlsed will stay at home for the use of the Local Chapter: this amounts to $1760; the balance goes to the American Ued Cross HeadSI The following Commitquarters. this appointed for tees have been I ! PLANTERS, and RIDING CULTIVATORS i Q! Conn LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. 1LJLJ (( IE organization: Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss Miis Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mils Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Ladies Committee. Geo. I). Robinson, Chairman. II. Kinnalrd, J. Emma Higginbothnm, William B. Durton, Martha Gill, Jcnn Mount, Martha Kavanaugh F. S. Hughes, K. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, Ed Gaines, Sallic Elkin S. G. Haselden It. E. McRobe'rts F. II. Marksbury. J. E. Stormes, Misa Mary Doty Miss Mary Elmore, Mrs. Dick Burton, BryanUville, Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. Hognn Ballard, Mrs. Lizzie Burgess, Mrs. Rice Woods, Paint Lick, Miss Lucy Francis, Miss Mary Lear, Mrs. Robert Walker, Committee. War Fund Executive Mr. J. I. Hamilton, Mr. V. A. Lear, Mr. W. B. Burton, Mr G. A. Bowling, Mr. J. E. Dickerson, Mr. W. H. Rogers, Mr. R. L. Elkin, Mr. H. V. Bastin, Chapter War Fund Committee. Mr. J. E. Robinson, Mr. S. C. Denny, Mr. S. G. Haselden, Mr. J. C. Williams, Bryantsville, Mr. J. W. Elmore, Mr. W F. Champ, Mr. T. C. Rankin, Mr. J. H. Dalton, Mr. Boone Sanders, .Mr. W. S. Carrier, Mr. U G. Davidson, Mr. J. W. Sweeney, Dr. W. A. Wheeler, Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw, Mr. RlceWoods, Taint Lick, Publicity Committee. Mr. R. L. Elkin, Chairman, Mr. F. P. Frisble, Mr. Raymond Haselden, Speakers Committee. Mr. G. B. Swinebroad, Chairman, Mr. L. L. Walker, Mr. J. E. Robinson, Mr. II. C. Knuffman, Mr. J. I. Hamilton, Mr. R. II. Tomlinton, Mrs. Geo. I). Robinson, Rev. J. R. Moorman. As stated in the beginning, Tuesday, May 21st, is the day selected for the one day drive out of Lancaster, Point Lick,, and Bryantsville. Mr. B. F. Hudson, Chairman of the Liberty Loan Committee has kindly turned over the Liberty Loan teams for this drive and in addition two ladles will go with each team. These ladies will be selected out of the Ladles of the Ladies Red Cross Committee named above, by A tho chairman of this committee. great rally at the Court House will be held probably on the evening of the 20th of May with distinguished one of speakers from Louisville, whom has been abroad since the war began and who knows what is being done by the Red Cross. This rpeakcr has two brothers with the Canadian forces now In the first line trenches. The music will bc under the direction of Mrs. May Noland. Don't miss this rally because It will do you good and arouse your patriotism as nothing else has ever done. The County School teachers, under the direction of Mial Jennie Higgins, County Superintendent, in tend to work for Red Cross subscriptions and visit practically every home in the county. Garrard county's quota must nnd will be raised Brown Manly and John .. ... Deere riding Cultivators them and place your order. I Im are on exhibit at our store. Call and see ?. Ill 1 MR. bTtSON RESIGNS. dp fall A man who does not give freely Te.ted Seed Corn for sale. j,r u ji Batson, who has been Iludion, Hughes and Farnau. tojhe R.d Cro.. when he I. able I. ,he mnniI(:cr ( tlc Hascltlvn Broth-- a "dodger". t,rs Garage for the past year, on ac KOI: SALK: An ohl time. Tour count of his health has resigned this I'oit, rope bed, In perfect condition. of rye position nnd the management We have a limited nmount will Apply nt this office. flour, wo will sell to thotc who want bc nssum(.j ,y Mr. Sam G. Haselden with ..ijiy Ma0n, as his assistant, We have a limited nmount of rye it. In IS ami .'l pounu uags. Miti:n rrt ! . w" Friends of Mr. liaison nope to sec flour, we will ell to those who want I him regain his health entirely, who it, In IS and 24 pound bairn. Happy Hooligan is in China, ndfoj. m years has been one of our Garrard Milling Co. great pity he couldn't have ka(iing business men ofthc city . it is a lcond butineu taken nis uromir, muumy wu, mm Thr will be meeting of the Red Cron at the him. But ho left him on this side LECTURE Friday, and we are still afflicted with him. COURT HOUSE Mrs. Francis lieauchamp will de Everyone I intere.trd In We meet him on every corner. He night. fore- liver n temperance lecture at the this great work and a large attend- is in evidence wherever men gather, and his pessimistic forebod- Christian church this evening. Mrs ant it deiired. ings are as a wet blanket on the lieauchamp has many very dear He Just friends in Garrard county where she With all hand cone to war or to brightest enthusiasm. for knows we will soon be fighting the was born and once lived and no the hemp fields, one fore-ecc- s He can sec doubt all that can will avail them of unkept Huns from our shores. the ummer a or no cause for ratisfaction In the selves of the opportunity to hear her lawns, unless the Boy Scouts, in Just plain boys, volunteer their ser- magnificent stand of the Allieshor- - i tonight. She ranks among the lead e f tht. worj n ths Kreat movc, vices to fight weeds. The need is Flandcrr. but sees the German over ralr ment am j, a ,,,eal,cr 0f ability and pressing, and offers an opportunity des already pouring France. He bemoans the slowness 'the msa(fC. fnc gives should be an to aid the Itcd Cross funds. I ! ! nntirenblc ' mzpiruiiuii vu ail, .11 u t tM. .mmtrf hut- It .w...... j, Is that he has done nothing to speed. "England's spawn America," the way the kaiser refers to us, add-in- g up operations, not even to the pur- "CUMPV" CPf I C 'DM ObLLj LU. that when he shall have crushed chasing of a thrift stamp. He is ni the parent he will turn his attention veritable rain crow, and as it is not)' Swinebroad, the real estate man, to the offspring. While we prefer permissible to kill him. he should reports a satisfactory sale of the llauchman farm near Stanford vesa more euphonious term, we cheer- bc Iterday, the back land in tract of 135 fully acknowledge the relationship. Kngland being the mother country "'"'acres bringing $140.50 an acre; c.ne Lailnfton, Pekin and of the larger majority of the Amer- Yellow Soy Beans) Brown Whip-poorw- tract $2:16.50 an acre; one tract icans, will nerve us all the more to recleaned cow peat) genuine $278 an acre and another tract $30 crush the fearful thing aimed at her Tenne.iee millet, rape eeed, crimion an Bcre yet have clover and long white sweet clover will Germany i,(ve tiock sold exceedingly well. vitals. cause to respect the power of the seed for sate. Mr. Swinebroad is offering another Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. , flne J03 acre farm for sale in this "spawn". It's growing fast. issue, same to bc sold on Saturday, - May 18th. Bead the advertisement. HASELDEN Lancaster. - BROS Knnttirkv bi Is) f ..... nnd the branches ft say tnat no rtonc unturned to of tl.e total asked County. jnlNbl cd. "'T Tnlut Lh.-- aui The anxiety nnd responsibility have the will kmc been very heavy. By your splendid get their iUota work you have relieved me of it and fro.n Garrard I thank you sincerely. It looks now as if our area will show the best result of any in the Fourth District. (signed) J. W Stoll, Chairman." Mr. Hudson It Grateful. "On behalf of the Garrard CounAMOUNT OF BONDS SOLD IN ty Committee, I wish to express sincere thanks to all who have asLAST DRIVE. sisted in this work and also to all who haye. shared in this work by The campaign for the Third Liber- buying some of these bonds and ty Loan Bond sale closed last Satur- made it possible to reach the total day night in Garrard county with a of bonds sold $215,500. total $215,500, sold to nearly one B. F. Hudson, Chairman." thousand individuals. District Chairman, J. W. Stoll, of Attend tha business meeting to Lexington, has expressed his ap- organise for the Second Red Cross preciation to our local chairman, B. Drive, at the Court House F. Hudson, in the following; (Friday) night. "Lexington, Ky May 6th, 1918. B. F. Hudson, Chairman, We are heating our corn to about Lancaster, Ky 300 degrees nnd then thoroughly On behalf of the Central Liberty drying it before grinding. It has Loan Committee, I wish to thank the same effect as kiln Drying and you nnd your associates for the more, the heat drives all odor and splendid work done in the Third impurities from it before it is Liberty Loan campaign. Please ex- ground, rendering it pure and wholepress to all of the organization and some. Try it, tell your Grocer you Individuals who assisted, our sincere want Garrard Milling Co., meal, appreciation. Personally, I have and you will have the best. to express my feelings. not words Garrard Milling Co. $215,500.00 OUR WORK STICKS If you just want your car patched up, why most any tinker can satisfy you. If vou want it REPAIRED, remade, built up to full auto efficiency, bring it to us. LOSES BARN BY FIRE. Last Friday about noon, the barn nnd contents belonging to Mr. 11. A. Dunn, of Buena Vista, was destroy ed by fire. It was discovered sjon after it caught, but not in time to save any of the contents. Tho ori gin of the fire is unknown ills loss beside the barn, which was valued nt $500.00, was about 3,000 pounds of hemp, SO barrels of corn, tome farming implements and one mule severely burned, that may die. He had only a small Insurance. Always keep Insured with Gaines. E. C. IS OUl 1 LUAJVl! uiiiuimus UI1IJ 111- - i SURANCE OF GREENSBORO, N. C. Buys S5Q00, Liberty Bonds. J. N. Alvis, State Manager and J. N. Brown, Local Represantative of the Jefferson Standard has bought through the Garrard Bank and Trust Company, $5000.00 of Liberty Bonds for their Company. This speaks well for the Company. This is the only foreign subscription Garrard County has received for Liberty Bonds. The Compariyvis showing their appreciation in this way for the nice business they have received from Garrard County. The Company wants ?100,000.00 Six per cent Real Estate Loans. Money loaned direct, no commissions. J. N. ALVIS, State Manager, 301 Security Trust Bldg. Lexington, Ky. J. N. BROWN, Local Representative Garrard Bank & Trust Co., Lancaster. We Don't Have To Do Our Work Twice-I- t Sticks. When we give your car the once over and turn it out for service, you can bet your life it's "FIT"-i- n shape to give you satisfactory service. The longer our work sticks, the bigger advertisement it is for us. That's one reason we take pains. And then, we like to do the square thing. We solicit your work. YOUNG BOND HOLDER. Karl Ward Clark, eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Clark, has shown his young patriotic spirit, by selling his pony and cart, the en-- 1 tire proceeds he immediately invest-e- d in n $100. Liberty Bond. Earl says he wants to help the boys "over Where" all he ran. This splendid exhibition of patriotism, could well be emulated by others, who are far better blessed with this worlds goods, than Earl Clark. 2f I' RED CROSS BUSI NESS MEETING. Ladies who nro interested In the great work being done by the Ited Cross are urged to attend the business meeting to be held at the Court House tomorrow, (Friday) night to discuss the best way to conduct the coming drive. We don't want this war to com Glva freely to the to America. Red Cross and hearten our soldiers. IS Conn & Dougherty, 1 1 J? 2 S At Raney's Stable. d 1! .if' The Central Record, Thursday, May 9 1918. "GIVE ME A LIFT 0VE1 iEBE" Out of the bleeding heart of Europe there comes a cry heard above the moan of the broken body racked with pain. The Soul of freedom, at bay with Death, cries out to save Liberty for the race of men. It is your Liberty, your nation's freedom, your children's birthright, that is fighting for its life. All that life holds for you as American is at stake in this war, and you must fight for it to the utmost limits of your power. We cannot all be in the trenches, but every must-sustthose who are. one of us can-a- nd Uncle Sam needs a lift over there. Not as an act of mercy, but as an act of war-- as the Red Cross a Soldier of the Nation-he- lp heal, support, cheer our Soldiers and Sailors of Liberty that they may fight the sooner, the harder, the longer in this Holy War. Give to the Red Cross every dollar, every cent that you possibly can give till your heart says stop. Millions of loyal Americans will pledge a part of each month's earnings during June, July, August and September. $100,000,-00- 0 must be raised in one week. ain mm IN "The Land ON of Now" SAT URDAY 103 Acres MM 18 4 3 at 9:30 o'clock. it In Garrard County miles from On Lexington pike, a boulevard, What Will You Do To Help? Red Cross 2nd War Fund May 20th to 27th. I 4 the eye. Buy this one and you "A RESERVED 200yards in length, an ideal home, pleasing to will Lancaster. This is extraordinarily fertile land, beautitul level frontage on pike, a dwelling of eight rooms, halls and porches located at end of avenue of have SEAT IN THE THEATER OF LIFE" Every cent given to Red Cross War Fund goes for War Relief. The American Red Cross is the largest and most efficient organization for the relief of suffering that the world has ever seen. It is made up almost entirely of volunteer workers, 10,000,000 unselfish Americans. It is today bringing relief to suffering humanity, both military and civil, in every war-tor- n Allied country. It is there to help our soldier boys in time of need. By helping the starving women and children in the ruined districts of France and Italy it performs a distinctly military service. A soldier who knows that the Red Cross is helping his family fights with renewed spirit. Thus does Red Cross help to win the war. Congress authorizes it. President Wilson heads it. The War Department audits its accounts. Your Army, your Navy, and your Allies enthusiastically endorse it. Twenty-tw- o million Americans have joined it. Apples, Peaches, Pears, Strawberrys, 40 acres of Wheat, 30 acres plowed ready to plant ingcorn, balance in grass. Two large tobacco beds, garden planted. Everything goes with POSSESSION AT ONCE and will be sold on easy terms. Will be subdivided and sola to the "High Doland no "Prize Poles." lar" no "Buy-Bid- s" kinds of fruit, including bearing trees of Mulberry, Chestnut, Peacan, Persimmon, All Hick-orynut, This is known as the Kemper Farm, recently purchased by J. I. Hamilton and has never been offered for sale until now. t DINNER SERVED. At the same time and place will sell for Mr. Hamilton a lot of stock consisting in part, a lot of blue-print- To Help Win The War. This space is Patriotically Donated by sows and pigs, stock hogs, mules, fresh cows, cattle, etc. s, see For further particulars, map and Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Lancaster, Kentucky. WINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN OF LANCASTER, KY The Central Record, Thursday, May 9, 1918. COMMISSIONER them the status of the 1018 market. It developed that the 1910 crap of hemp constituted In round numbers 14,000 acres, with an average of 700 pounds per acre, and which was sold to the hemp dealers in Paris, Winchester, Danville, and Lexington at prices ranging from S13.7C per It hundred to $14.10 per hundred. further developed In the purchase of the 19IC crop by the Federal Government of prime dressed Kentucky hemp for 25 cents, while the same purchaser of the same class cents, of the 1917 crop state 22 a falling off of 3 4 cents as compared with the 1910 crop. The Kentucky buyers arc paying 12 cents, which is a decrease of something like 2 cents as compared with the prices pnid for the 1016 crop. It is estimated that the 1917 crop Is something like 23,000 acres In Kentucky and will average about 700 pounds per acre. It further develHumops that Messrs Field and phrey, representing the Marketing Bureau, University of Kentucky, Lexington Ky., have made expensive Investigation relative to the crop, the conditions and the price of 1917 hemp nnd with the Hemp Growers Association, they have succeeded in selling 75 tons to eastern manufacturers nt IS cents for the prime dressed hemp, 13 cents for the number two grade and ten cents for the number three grade F. O. B. cars Iloston, Mass. It further develops that owing to the climatic conditions the quality of the 1917 crop is inferior quality to that of the 191C crop as a whole and that the brake and baling of the 1917 crop is something like sixty days later than that of the crop of 1910 and that the 4 3 rents decline in the Government price of the 1910 crop materially affects the price of the 1917 crop. The Marketing Bureau, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky., has exerted all powers at its command In a detail Investigation and concur with me In the opinion that there Is no combine or trust Influence, that has caused the 1917 crop selling at something like 2 cents per pound under that of the 1910 crop. The resolutions of Senator Harlan from Danville, which wns concurred in by the House, did not clothe the Commissioner of Agriculture with power nnd authority to administer j oath and go ,lnto detail of personal papers or personal transactions, which through the lack of such powers the Commissioner of Agriculture was unable to make as thorough an investigation ns he would have liked. The Investigation has been delayed, or rather Its report. In order to recehe the most hearty from the BuUniversity of reau of Markets, Kentucky, Lexington, Ky., and to further ascertain the result of such plans formulated by the Bureau of Markets as the result obtained by the Committee sent from said Bureau to visit and interest eastern manufacturers In the purchase of the 1917 crop, and it is through the results of the efforts of the Bureau of Markets thnt the hemp growers of Kentucky are receiving the prices for their hemp as mentioned in the sale of 75 tons of same earlier In this report. Yours very truly, MAT S. COHEN', Commissioner of Agriculture." REPORTS CROP Letter Issued By Mat S. Cohen Rtlitire Kentucky. To The Hemp In The Stale of PESTS 8crew-Wor- INJURE LIVE STOCK Trouble, and Blow-Fleome to Stockmen In Different Parte of Country. (rrfrared tin- ment ui .tsncuiiuri.r screw-worl!4it'i tin' tr the t'nlted States Depart unci The following letter sent by ComS. missioner of Agriculture Mat Cohen to Governor A. O. Stanley Is n report on the, 1SM7 hemp crop In the state. This report Is required by both It Is ns follows: house and Senate. "April 2C, 1918. Hon. A. 0. Stanley, Governor of Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky. My, STRAW FOR FEEDING CATTLE Indiana Experiment Station Conducted Experiment to Test Value various Rations Qlven. (Prepared by tho United States Depart ment ut Agriculture; In on experiment conducted at the Indiana experiment station to test the feeding value of oat straw It was found that a ration of corn silage, corn, nnd cottonseed meal was Just as valuable dear Sir: in your - Llnw-flInrtue commonly called mnggnts, are pests of prime Importance l Tin screw-wurto stock raisers. off on confused with the other species, r.peclnlly during the spring ami fnll months. Injury to lire stock from mag-Roli more widespread than la that In fact, duo to tbo true screw-wortill maggot Injury mny be founil nmong lire atock In any state of the Union, although It occurs most In the warmer portions of the Inflicts country. The true screw-worenormous Iocs on the atock mlcrs a, of Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, anil eouthern California during reasons which are fuvoraMe for Ita During Hie wanner Iir-Ho- n development of the yeor It Is netcr entirely nhvnt from this region ami may also cause Injury to atock In the other Southern states, nnil as far north as Nebraska. la n nntlve of tho The screw-worAmericas nnd lias teen causing tnin-M- e to atnekmen for many jenra. No ilntiht It I largely due to thla fact that cattlemen ncccpt the pest n a neceary evil and ninny count upon "doctoring" a certain numlier of casca every year. Tho seasonal nhundanco of the ncrew-wonlly dciH'nds largely upon Tho first np- climatic condltlona. Ienrance of nilults In numbers In Miring varies from the first of April to the middle of June, according to the latitude nnd earllness or lateness of the season. Throughout most of tho ter- - Complying with the resolution Introduced by Senator Jay Harlan of Danville, Ky., in the Kentucky Sen-at- e on March 11th, 1918, authorizing the Commissioner of Agriculture to make an Immediate Investigation of the hemp product for the purpose of ascertaining the present cause of the lack of demand for hemp and the reason for the present abnormal market conditions for said products and further authorizing the Commissioner to report his findings in writing to the Goernor of Kentucky, I beg to submit the following: On March 23rd, 1 called a meeting of the Kentucky Hemp Growers at Association nt the Courthouse Lexington, Ky., for the purpose of laying the foundation of the Investigation. At that meeting were Mr. William Hobli, president, Winchester, Ky., Mr. T. C. Geary, Secretary-Treasure- r, Frankfort, Ky., Mr. C. 1'. Tate, Stanford, Ky., James Church, Kichmond, Ky., John U. Fields, of the Marketing Uurrau, I.exlngto'i, Joseph IE. Humphrey, also of the Marketing Tlureau, Lexington, Ky., of the for n thorough discussion matter on the part of nil pre(nt. I afterward called up several of the hemp buyers in central Kentucky with a view of ascertaining from jCJjji Wtffj H, cakes, biscuitiand doujhnuts that just keep you hanging jV B 'round the pantry all made with 9 P HJ JH LV Hfe aaaaaVsW' aaaaafBaaaaaa CALUMET bakino powder the safest, purest, most economical kind. Try It Jrltetwaybake-da- K fl Hlc flpL iBw M Pfo IdaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaattSsaaaaaaaaaaaaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas? failures." You tare wr.rn rou bur Yo j save when you um it. 4 It lnsrwd.rr.ts teen Stop from Hrre t MY NruralfU, tnd M rains. No rwd to rub. It Fprtlnfl piins of ichei quick rtlltf an4 Rhrutna-ttit- Superior Beef Type. for economy and extent of gains when used with oat straw as when fed with clover hay. As such a ration Is extensively used In various parts of the United States Its practical value can readily be seen. Straw and stover are especially valuable for the wintering of breeding herds of beef cattle, and should form a large part of their feed. Hatlons suitable for different classes of beef cattle are as follows: Rations for Breeding Cows. nation 1: Straw, 10 pounds. SUage, 0 pounds. Cottonseed or Unseed meal, pound. AUCTION SALE OF Sandstone Land or Common Maggot. Black Blow-Fly- , En Fly, as Seen From Above Urged). comes numerous during early May, Injury benml cases of screw-worgin to appear aoon after. The Insect then gradually Increases In numbers until tho hot, dry weather of midsummer, which In Texas usually reduces the abundance so that the Injury Is not severe under normal conditions In tho months of July nnd August, unless considerable cloudy nnd rainy weather occurs. It becomes more numerous again In the early fall, especially when the wenther Is warm and showery, and Its activities are terminated only with the advent of heavy frosts. The abun-dunc- e of this fly, of course. Is dependent to a large extent upon breeding places at hand, but It Is also true that u warm, humid atmosphere la best suited to Ita development. GOOD FEED FOR LITTLE PIGS Ration 1:- Straw, 10 pounds. HhvV mm lit nounda. Cottonseed meal or unseea men, t Ration 'r pounds. CottoaseM or Unseed pound. : Ptrag,? pounds. Couoftieea or oil cake, t pounds. pound. Stover, S5 wuiiLiT oil meal, . 1 i 1 .j Fat-hvS- S Wednesday, May 15th, '18 on the premises at 10 o'clock a. m. d Rations for Feeding tantng Steer. " HCjprf- tRation it Straw, S pounds. 'TW' Sllae, Ration I: 15 pounds. Corn. 11 pounds. 1 j " 'r cake, , j Btrmw, S pounds. legume hay, fi pounds. Cottonseed cake or Unseed pounds. I rltory where It Is a pest It usually be- Rain or Shine. school. INTO OR BABY FARMS. This is the Henry Teater farm situated on Wolf Trail county road near the Buckeye and Kentucky River turnpike on Lancaster. F. D. No. 3, and adjoins the lands of Mose Ray Jand Powell Daily. Good neighborhood and close to churches ?and 107 Acres Subdivided SMALLER 10 pounds. Silage, 13 pounds. Corn, 11 pounds. Ration 4: Straw, pounds. Stover, IS pounds. Corn. 6 pounds. Cottonseed meal, Ration S: Stover, t t pounds. In these rations vnrlwis other feeds mny be substituted. In the ration given for wintering breeding cows definite quantities of straw and stover are given. In actual feeding such figures should be somewhat disregarded and the cattle given as much roughage as they will consume. Yearlings may be fed three-fourtthe ration for breeding cows and may be expected to come through the winter In fair to good condition. For fattening animals straw should always be within reach so that the animal may eat nt will. They will usually eat from three to five pounds dally. ATTENTION TO Scalding Middlings With 8ome Milk and 8weetened With Molasses la Most Excellent- When pigs ore about threo weeks old they will want to eat mora than the milk they can get from their trough A small, shallow mother. should be placed where the sow cannot get It. Scald some middlings, atlr and pour In some milk; If tho milk Is sweet, all the .better. Put Into the feed about n tahtesiioonful of molasses. Drive the little pigs carefully over tho trough. They will get the odor from the molasses, put their noses to the feed, lap It, and begin to cat This land Is all SANDSTONE and In a high state of cultivation and is good as the'best landMnJthat sec tion of it he county. FAMOUS for the production of the finest TOBACCO and other crops. COLTS FEET Buildings consists of small frame dwelling and two barns that will house 10 acres of tobacco. Examine Them Carefully Whether on Pasture or In Barn Keep Toes Properly Trimmed. Look frequently at the feet of the colts, whether on the pasture or In the barn, and remedy . things before they get bad. Keep the toes trimmed NOW IS THE TIME. KEEP E CATTLE Popular With Firmer Who Must Depend on Few Animals for Milk and Butter for Family. (From the United Stales Department of Agriculture.) e The cattle are popular with the small farmer who keeps but a few cattle and must depend on them to produce all the milk and butter Deeded for the family and, at the same time, raise calves or steers which will sell readily for slaughtering purposes. They have not been popular with the ranchmen or farmer who cats Ursa numbers of cattle. 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. down to the proper length and do not allow the heels to run over and get round. It the feet are kept rounded on the toe and of the proper length, the tendency to spilt and crack will be reduced to a minimum. In the stable the feet should be frequently cleaned and trimmed and the frog kept la Its proper chape. SOUND ROUGHAGE FOR SHEEP, If Carefully Fed and Pastured Alfalfa I Excellent for All Class of Live Stock. Alfalfa, If carefully fed and pastured. Is one of the best roughages for .sheep. The rapid Increase In the production of alfalfa la the United State during recent year baa resulted In a more careful study of Ita possibilities a a food for all classes of live stock. Formerly It was used primarily as a cattle feed, but now it I used a a feed for uorsea. rsrtna aad abaon. THE D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 9 1918. Trut Prltno'ihlo. In friendship your heart la tike, hell struck every time your friend in trouble. Henry Ward lleecher. JU HU1LLI I1 li II I ltd HIM II I m II Formula " IMC 4 S I 1 uaml I 1 11 II I 'RXI ii- Ml Doctor or Plumber Required? She Tho doctor, 'e sea to me. "Mrs. .Stuhh," 'e, set, "wot's wrong with yer JI n thorough derangement of yer whole cistern," 'e set Taller, London. Success.. Tho men vhnni t ttnm III fTZ- Mil - B ,have nlwaya heen cheerful nnd hope. ...., fa int-Wtthout Mystery . flit trhA nt,..,.! ...... ru iiiniui IIH-iOUinOa with n smile on their faces, nnd took tho chances and chances of this mor-,tai lire iikc men. Kinsley. I Buy paint that you know is good paint that there's no mystery about On the back of every can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find the exact formula of its contents. Thus you take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its ingredients. Evil In Over-Pro- , perlty. Thero Is ever n certnln languor nt tending the fullness of prosperity. wnen tne nenrt hns no more to wh. It yawns over Its ioeslons and the energy of the soul goes nut like n flro thnt has no more to devour. Young, John Owsley Held, who has been D. stntloned at Waco, Texas, In Uncle Sam's service for several months, Is THOUGHT HE NEEDED at home with his wife and son for n few days. He Is delighted with the NEW PIPES. work and from his looks, It must be Office at Italney s Livery Stable, with him. "My stomach and Intestines were agreeing Lnncnster. Kentuckv Last Wednesday morning fifteen always full of gas nnd I ofte I had severe colic attacks. The pain nnd more of Lincoln's fine young men llcfore soreness caused mc to think I need- left for Fort Thomns. ed a new set of piper. Since taking leaving, Mr. J. S. Hocker delivered Mayr'a Wonderful Kcmcdy nil this to them n very Interesting talk, nnd hns disappeared nnd my only trou. ono thnt will no doubt he helpful to FUNERAL DIRECTOR dough them. They were presented with blc now is to make enough Onice Over National Hank. to buy nil tho food I'd like to eat." "housewives" by the members of the It is n simple, hnrmlcss preparation D. A. II. Iteiidence Phone 3. Ofiic Phone 27 Ernest I'epples, who left this that removes tho catarrhal mucus LANCASTER, KY. from the1 intestinal tract and allays county In the first draft cnll for the Inflnmation which causes prac- Camp Taylor, has taken unto him tically nil stomnch, liver and Intes- self n helpmeet In tho person of M. .1. tinal nilmcnts, including appendici- Miss (.oldie llyington, of I.ouifn, n tis. One dose will convince or charming young lady. The wedding took place, nt the Scelbach Hotel. money refunded. LANCASTER PLUMBER Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary' Surgeon and Dentist. J. A. Beazlev PATRICK. It. K. Mcltobcrts, Druggist. Hanna's Green Seal is the painters prefer. Try it. good-wearingood-lookin- g paint that expert Sold By Conn Brothers; Lancaster, Ky. w. Funeral Lancaster, Oirector Office Phone 18. RIGNEY and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence l'hone'33. So Much Time Waited. STANFORD One morning Mary's mother telephoned to a friend nnd wanted her Mrs. V. II. Mueller hns been ill little son, Illchnrd, to come nnd piny for several days. wltn Jiary. vvnen lllclinrds mamma Miss Lula Prewitt of Louisville, asked him If he wanted lo go he replied, "Poor child, Mie could have had is the guest cf Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. me all this time. Tate. Mrs. Scott Hamilton, who has been quite ill, is thought to be some Stalled. , A writer In the New York Evening better. Pot wants a day set aside for return' Miss Elizabeth spent Anderson Ing borrowed books. So far as our ex. the week end in Lanraitir with goes, all the days In the year homcfolks. perlence nre set aside In that respect, and nre Mrs. Hettie Fowler hns returned d so thoroughly that they never get on the main line. lluffnlo home after pending several weeks In Hustonvillc. Times. Mrs. T. V. Jones Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. NorOdorless Benzine Possible. Itcnzlne Is very ueful for the re- man, nt Walton. moval of grease cpot nnd various othMrs. J. E. Johnston, of I'ittsburg er stains. odor, however; Is very disagreeable to the average houewlfc. I'n., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. This may he completely removed by Susan I). Ycagcr. repeatedly shaking up the benzine with Mrs. J. II. I'crkins has been the a plumliute of soda solution and rectiguest of her mother, Jlrs.'Lelln II, fying It The plumhate of soda Is made Cook at Lexington. by dissolving litharge In caustic soda. Mrs. Wallace Walter has returned Popular Science Monthly. home after a visit to relatives and friends nt Cincinnati. Roller Bearings. Mr and Mrs A. II. Severniice nail bearings are a German Inven tlon, nnd It is only a comparatively spent Sunday In Itichmond with her few yenra ago that they made their ap- father. Dr. M. C. Ilenth pearance on the market. Holler bearMr. nnd Mrs. John ICcnfro and ings, both cylindrical nnd conical, are an American Invention. The advant- little daughter, Thelmn, nre visiting ages claimed for the rollers over the relatives in I'ulaski county. balls arcthat they can sutaln both Mr. nnd .Mrs. William C. I'epples, the radical Hnd the axial strain and of Covington, have been the guests they are more easily replaced when of her grandmother, (Ir inMrs. they become worn. The groom Is the only son of Mr, C. I'epples, of this Kentucky. Paint Lick, county. News was received here Saturday of the death of Judge Sterling Grimes, of Cuero, Texas. He was n brother of Mr, William P. Grimes VETERINARIAN. of this city, and was formerly n resident of this county. His dctth Promptly Day or came ns n great shock to his host rf Calls Answered relatives nnd friends. Deceased Nlfht. Ph.te 317. was here last summer to see his LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. brother nnd seemed to be in the belt of health. The interment occurred In Cuero, Sunday. Itcsidrs his brother here he leaves one sister. Mrs. Kate Jones of Columbia, Mo. and Mrs. John Or. Printus Walker Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. W. A. WHEELER John McRoberts. ls Every mother know that couhi irui cold, nelecteJ, may lead lo the moC .read diteatct. Croup, bronchltU, pneu-luonand consumption often have their liht cold. tj(ioDln to Give it in Time LANCASTER, Hours S DENTIST . . KENTUCKY. Otllce over Stormrs Drug Store, li a.m. 14pm. stead. at the first iiru of a couh or cold. She knowa it Hop coufiht quickly, nuti aoothin, healing coating on an InUamrd feeling and tickling throat, and ic ol warmth and comfort to the lulTcier. Mr. II. - SctUrb. Ak1J. IVifU wrim cow "Foley! Hbv nU Tf U atl np U'l roltt rt tdr I ' lriJ. VW bt lit irt tfttt a cold cm br ehtt, I dot, uJ it (cuvf ttt rUbt STOItMES DltUUG STOItE. Foley's Honey and Tar Hardy Flowering Th wiic mother ivet Plants ans Suits rl For Fall Planting $2. (HI worth of hardy plants and bulbs for fall planting POSTPAID- - foronlv $IM. Write for particularism! VM'.h KALI. FLOW Kit HOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. C (4 tt W D L E !? Famous For Its Marvelous Motor SIV T. K. Watson was here from llnr- Liberty Rightly Costly. bourville, n short while Sunday en Liberty Is a slow fruit, li I. Lexington to spend several rhenp; It Is made dirilcult because free- route to days. uoin is an accompntnmrnt and per ' Mrs. E. C. Walton has returned fectness of man. Emerson. home after n visit of several weeks Where Cat and Cite Are Unlike. with her sister, Mrs. A. Minis, at The neighbor' back gate nnd the Catlcttsburg. neighbors' rat sound very much alike Ilrlght, on ulnily nights and there Is little K. T. Pence, George P. and Mrs. Annie Engle- - choice between them on this score, but S. T. Harris man arc at Martinsville for several we don't supine the back gate can hnve any little bark gales every once weeks recuperation. In so often. Ohio Slnte Journal. Mrs. Walter O. Hopper and little daughter of Mt. Sterling, arc the Habits of Crayfish. guists of Mrs. Kittie Hopper and The craytlkli may be described as Mrs. Mattic Withers. fresh water lobster, and usually Uvea Mrs. Luther (iibbs of a purely aquatic life, keeping to the has been here for several days nt river bed. Some of the crayflth found tho bedside of her aunt, Mrs. J. C. In Australia, however, have formkin Hays, who is in a critical condition. the water ami excavate burrows In trading to the nnd damp soil. The tunnel Mr. and Mrs. Zan Murphy heart of the burrow Is free from water, son, handsome little Alexander, but. water la always present In the of Panama, nre vhlting relatives In chambers at the end where the cray this and (inrrard couny. fish lives. They do much damage to Is artificial watercourses In the mining Mr. It. II. Ilatson of here taking treatment under Dr. J. districts by riddling the banks and Cnrpenter. His little daughter, dams. nor SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. - HARRODSBURG, KY. TREES is the time to plnnt mir Orclinnl, Lnvvn mid Garden. Our luri!ti descriptive cntnlo of reliuble Now Evergreens. Grace. Asparagus, Seed Potatoes, Strawberries, etc., is free upon inquiry. Write for free CutuloiJiie. No A(!ta. Small Fruits, Shrubs, Fruit and Shade Trees B.F.Hillenmcyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Cyes Tell the Truth. When the eyes say one thins and the tongue another, the practical man relies on the lancuaee of the first. Emerson. Why Forty Thousand Have Chosen Chandler MEN choose the Chandler for its great distinguished by its really marvelous motor. Women choose the Chandler for its refinement, its comfort; for the beauty and grace of its lines. Forty thousand Chandler owners appreciate the extraordinary quality of the Chandler Six. Come Select Seven-Passeng- Miss Cecil Ilatson, spent Saturday and Sunday with him. .Airs. M. D. Early and Miss Mary Early' left last week for Austin. Texas, to make their home. They both had many friends here who re gretted to see them leave. Miss N'ell Dempster has returned to resume her duties ns domestic science teacher, after an absence of several days, having been called to her home nt Gleandean by the illness of her father. Charlie Pendleton, who has been an efficient salesman at Severance and Son's store, for several years, left last week for Louisville, where he enlisted In tho Aviation Department of Uncle Sam's tervice, 0. Reasons ! Th Extreme. "Is Judklns as mean as they aayT "Mean? Why, that fellow's ao mean he wouldn't even give a tip to hi hat." Peculiar Coincidence. Confusion of hnmes lank nine a, a redding recently solemnised nt I.Ian. iiaiinen, .cjianu, wales. In which Urn bride, bridegroom, best man and bridesmaid all bore the names of Thomas, nd Willi the execution Hint th briilra. maid wna a rounlii of thu bride wcra 11 unrelated. Electric Oranges. Prof, J, A Fleinlnir, In a lecture nt tho Iloynl Institution. London, to n Jilteiillo audience, told that not ninny boys and girls know that when they cut an ornnce with n steel knife nnd a silver fork n current of electricity parsed throuiih their hands. Tho add In llio orange acted on the steel, nnd the ornnce acted ns a voltaic cell Duty and Beauty. "Dip your Sneers In stronr alum water to harden thoia." advises the beauty expert of a Western contemporary. "Then apply vascllno over nliiht and In the moroluK after wain-lug- In soap suds, polish them with talcum powder." Just to combine luty with beauty and as an Item or helpful preparedness, thoso who fol low the suseestlons mlxht use in soap auda that appear In the dish water,, flouncing tho stids rigorously over the dlshei. Providence, Journal. Why ycu should use Cardul, the woman's ""ionic, lor your troubles, have been shown In thousands ol letters from actual users cf this medicine, who speak Irom II fiersonal experience. by obtained other w omen lot so many years liavc been to uniformly cood, why not give Cardul a trial? Take CARDUI It's thankful for croupy children. relief. I'lrai vit to take. M ildly laxative. by all druggits JflSold r-Have this effective remedy at hand The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvln, ol Va., wrltcsi "About II years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, headache, numbness I would ro lor three w ecks almost bent double My husband went lo Dr. for Cardul . Alter taking about two botiles I began going around and when I took three bottles I could do all my work." O Your Chandler Now BODY TYPES rour-Passeng- SIX SPLENDID Touring Car, SI 595 Jf Cullen, Convertible Sedan. 32293 Dispatch Car. St 075 Convertible Coupe. 32193 All tricts I. o. b. CtnrtanJ) Roadster. 9595 Limousine. 92893 NviseoverY for Coughs e Colds CoBstisisioa Cants SicJuau Don't permit yourself to' become constipated, a your system immediate-l- y begins to absorb poison from the backed-uUse Dr. waste matter. King's New Life Pills and keep well. There is no better safeguard against illness-TrIt tonight, 1 ;r- All druggists ... KINNAIRD BROS., Lancaster Phone 66. CHANDLER MOTOR GAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO ... ,. The Central Record, Thursday, May 9, 1918. 5 NETTLETON SHOES Why is it that there Welsh & IN Wiseman LIV ANIMAL FATS ARE Heavier Weights. K REQUIRED NOW OFFER Very Exceptional Values Doth the Feeder ind the Nation Will Benefit If Pigs Are Fed to s NEW SUMMER FOR APPAREL (Prrrnred by th United fitatrs Depart-meof Agriculture.) Willie the"")lttltT plg"mnkcs"npound muni! train on loss feed tlinn the for older hop. there nro advantages from lioth nn Individual nnd n national standpoint In fowling hogs to n heavier Wright. Animal fats ore needed. No wny exists of Increasing tho sup-pl- y more rapidly than by building tip tho number of swtno In the country. And ns every fanner known. It's tho heavy hog that carries tho fat. Tho need for fat nlso was reflected In tha are more of Nettle-to- n Women Misses and Children Have received within the last few days the newest and most attractive fashions in SUMMKK FKOCKS, SILK SUITS, BLOUSES and SKIIITS. New Dresses of Silk Georgette, French Linens, Ginghams, Voiles and Organdies for afternoon and graduation wear. Department now will reveal An hour or so spent in our Iteady-to-W'eto you the most beautiful and extensive collection of Summer apparel ever shown by our store noted nil over Kentucky for its high class and merchandise. Georgette Silk Dresses $10,75, S'Jo.OO, $29.50, and $35.00. TalTeta and Foulard Dresses $12.50, $19.50 and $22.50. French Linen Dresses $12.50. $11.75, $19.50 and $22.50. Voile and Organdie Dresses $9.75, $12.50, $10.50 and $19.50. Newest Georgette Blouses $3.75, $5.00, $5.90, $0.50 to $10.00. Newest Voile Waists $1.00, $1.98, $2.98, $3.50 and $5.00. Newest Washable Skirts $3.50, $5.00, $5.90, $G.50 to $12.50. Girls Gingham and Organdie Dresies and Boys Wash Suits in styles and at prices to please the mothcis. ar Shoes sold today than any other make of high grade Men's Shoes? : There Is fl Reason. If Heavy. Pig Such as Nation Wants Thla Animal Weighed 430 Pounda at Age of Eleven Months. market In December by n wider spread la prices paid for receipts the fat lio- -s topping the market. Market reports for early winter nlo showed that hogs were being Font to packing centers nt n much heavier average weight than lias been fhe custom for some time, thus Indicating that farmers were finding It profitable as well ni patriotic to put more fat on their hogs. The feeding for more weight has been clone by the fanners In direct response tor the many requests that hog production be Increased. It was Impossible to enlarge the number of hogs Immediately; that will conic with the spring litters, nnd again In the fall. It wns possible, however, to add weight to the bogs on band. An abundance of feed, although In some localities of poor quality, hns greatly favored fanners, and those favorably situated should feed hogs until they weigh 250 to 300 iwronds. Not only have they kept hogs on their farms until the animals carried weight, but the demand at parking centers for bogs to be shipfeeder or light-weigped back to the country was unprecedented during trio early winter. Those who have to buy feed or find It necessary to economize on feed which they have purchased may find It more to their advantage to market bogs at lighter weight because of the relative slowness and higher cost of putting flesh nnd fat on heavy hogs. A weight of about 200 pounds may be nttalned nt from ten to eleven months of age. Good, you are not al- - : i m 1 8 ready a customer, let your next pair be of this make. PARKS & HENDREN HOME OF GOOD SHOES. i New Navy Serge and Silk Suits $25.00, $29.50 DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY. I ; and $35.00 of higher priced Many of these newly arrived Suits are reproductions garments, and so have all the latest style features. They are fashioned of Navy Blue Serges, Poplins and Taffeta Silks in models that are in highest favor for present, as well as Fall wear. These new style garments cannot again be duplicated for the prices, nnd a purchase now will mean a big saving to you. Sizes 1G to 1G. 8 Our May Sale of North American Birds. Past and Future Responsibility. A recent census of North American Ilctween one's ancestors and one's birds shows nn Increase of 12.1 species posterity one lends an uncomfortable nnd subspecies clnce IP10. Hut though life of little freedom nnd much respon. there are really new birds In the list, siblllty! Chicago News. many of them belong to subspecies, up to tills time unrecognized. Gold Under the City. A Philadelphia assaycr recently took Domestic Tragedy. several handfnls of sand from a street Wlffi (returned from overnight visit) excavation near Independence hall nnd "Did you get yourself n good dinner ufter last evening, dear?" Huh "Yes. there processputting It through an assaying extracted a small quantity of was n bit of steak In the Ico box and I,' gold. Ho cooked It with a few onions I found In there was declared that. In his opinion, enough gold the cellar." Wife "Onions? Jack, phia to make hunting under Philadelfor It worth you've eaten my bulbs." Iloston while. How Proverbs Travel. Proverbs undoubtedly hnvo n tend ency to travel; they nro carried from, one Inmt fn nnother hv uml'-rnn- t. tntir. W, missionaries, tradesmen and sea- men ; but many which ore closely similar doubtless one their origin to no common stock, but the common expea rience of mankind. Contempt. Mistaken. It was Justly said by Emperor Charles V that to learn a new Inn- to nronlra n new emit Clliiee w?l lie who Is acquainted only with thai writers of his native tongue Is In per-- i potual danger of confounding what Isj occidental with what Is essential, nnd ' of supposing that tastes and habits of thought, which belong only to his. own nge nnd country, are Inseparable from tho nature of man. Macaulay. Good Lungs. Alice, age eight, who wns In the sec- Silk and Muslin Underwear PROPER BR00D-S0- RATIONS . We have now on Special Sale a most beautiful assortment of the celebrated "Dove" Undermusiins, also I'hillipine hand embroidered Nainsook garments, and a complete showing of washable Satin and Silk Crepe de Chene Underwear of nil kinds. All our Underwear was contracted for at before the war prices, which in value, as you can now, in most instances, buy makes this sale a wonder-give- r the finished garment at less than today's cost of the material alone. The lines comprise full assortments of NIGHTGOWNS, ENVELOPE CHEMISE, BLOOMERS, CAMISOLES, CORSET COVERS, SHORT SKIRTS, DRAW ERS and PETTICOATS, also a complete line of CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR consisting of Nightgowns, Bloomers, Drawers, Princess Slips and Feed Has Much to Do With Strength of Litter Results Obtained at Iowa Station. The brood sow's ration has much to do with the strength of the Utter, according to results obtained nt the Iowa experiment station. In a lot of gilts fed a ration of ear ns much tankage corn plus one-tentby weight. PS per cent of the pigs were classed ns strong at birth. The percentage of strong pigs with corn alone was CS. The percentage with other rations follows: Shelled corn, chopped clover nnd molasses. 80 per cent strong; ear corn plus clover In rack, H per cent strong; ear corn plus alfalfa In rack, 04 per cent strong. pigs with ear Tho cost of new-liorcom and clover was 31 cents, with ear corn and alfalfa XI cents, with ear corn and tnnkngu 10 cents, nnd with car corn only II cents. These cost figures were based on corn nt 50 cents n bushel, nnd would have to be multiplied by 2Vi or three to make them apply to present conditions. ond grade of school, wns describing the wonderrul chorus of the school which she nttended. nnd also told of the songs that were sung each murulng In her room. "And who Is the best singer In your room?" Inquired AIlco's mother. Alice wns quick to reply; "Why, mother, I enn sing as loud ns any of them." tellers and to moisten the stamps, Dont Lick Stamps. Use n dampened sponge to seal your ad- vises the Popular Sclenco Monthly. The glue used on stamps nnd envelope Haps Is made of bones and hoofs of cattle, nnd nil sorts of rags are used In the paper, resides, although they may h.ie been sterilised, the articles pass through many dirty hands while on their road to you. i s 8 WELSH DANVILLE, & WISEMAN. KENTUCKY. I! If you expect to buy a . BEEF DESIRED Oepreised but Dlccemlng. And Become a Pctl That doctrine of "all for each and "Some men," said Uncle IJhcn. "Is so skeereil o' belli' overlooked dnl dey each for all" Is beautiful ouough In puts In dclr whole time getlln' In do theory, but our eiperlonre Is that the mujorlly of us have to do the caching way." while the faored few get away with tho ailing. Houston Post Truly Euphfmhtle. ".lust what l mount bv n euphemHumrn Skull as Talisman. ism?" "I'll explain," said the erudlto Thu human skull Is u gruesome tails-lunP"ron. "When a widow who has Down to half a century ago, a been married throe or four times ropes In another man It Is announced that belief existed In the north of Scotland ," he was 'led to the altar.'" that the skull of n murderer vssescd "That phrase, 'led to the al- supernatural properties. Kpllepsy was Is n euphemism." lllrmlnEham said to be cured by drinking blood out tar.' of It, nnd own water-frothis hideous drinking vessel wns alleged to have medicinal qualities. The Safest Guide. The oputuM. iilthonih to be udiulred. Is not u safe fc'iilde. He Solutions 2nd Air. tells us all Is well, when It Is not. Many of the solutions used by He falls o too tlm pllfull and urges photographers tire iiffeclcd by tha us forward und we full Into them. sir, nnd so have to be kept In well, Likewise tho pesliu!t, nlthou;;h closed bottles. Hory time n boile shunned and berated, leads u to be Is opened, fresh air gets Into It, and over cautious. Under his Influence tho change In Its contents Is facilitathopelessly sit down for fear we will ed. To guard against this It Is usual fall Into tho pit, when there Is none. to recommend photographer to keep The raullous loader who watches, suc'i solutions in several small bottles waits, and wllbal Is patient expecting rather than In one big one, so that the world to move forward. Is always when once a bottle bus lieoti opened Its most trustworthy. contents are soon used up. I BY CONSUMER The Blessings. Yearling Produces Qual. The real blessing, mercy, nt1f.ic-tln- n. Ity More Economically Than Is not In the having or the tack of Any Other Animal. merely outward things, but In the consciousness Hint the true sources of beeves when fattened life mid happiness are deeper than all for market under two years of ago ofthese. John White Chad wick. fer greater choice In the matter of selecting the' date of marketing. The average consumer prefers tho slzo and What You Expect. If you ure looking for n chance to quality of tho cuts which are obtained highly feel aggrieved, you will be sure to from the enrcass of a well-bretlnd It. No one cim be nn the lookout finished yearling. In addition to high quality, thickness In steaks and other for slights ami snub, without discovering them In plenty. The happy, cuts of beef Is desired by the consumer nnd those can bo produced more ecowholesome girl, who lakes It for grantyearling ed that she Is always welcome, nnd nomically In tho than In any other class ot beef anl tl.nt everyone has the kindest Intentions. Is pretty suro to get what she mal. expects. FEEDING ALFALFA TO HORSES Chines Alarm Clock Effective. The llrst type of ularui clock In- Crop Should Be Regarded as Concenvented Is atlll In use by tho Chinese. trate Rather Than Roughage g It consists of a piece of Ha Much Protein. joss slick, cut to the proper length, lighted und put betweeu thu sleeper's Feeding alfalfa hay to horses In limtoes. It Is probably the most effective ited quantities has been proved a desirdevice of tho kind known, fur when able practice, but this crop should be the appointed hour arrives the sleeper looked upon as a concentrate rather does not roll over und wait for the than a roughage. One pound of alfalfa clock to Elvaa second alarm; be geta hay contains 33 per cent more available protein than does a pound ot right uu (helled corn. Buggy V this spring, see our line for we have some jobs that are strictly at the right price. up-to-da- te, WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE, VULCAN AND OLIVER FLOWS. WE CAKRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. Becker &' Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 9, 1918. Each winter there was n stay In New Ortenns for French opera; MANY MAY BE CALLED IN II. each season n return to Crab The clenth of Mr. William INCORPORATED QUOTA FROM NEXT last Saturday evening at his chard Springs, then the summer $1.00 A YEAR 8sue6 Weekly. home en Stanford itrcet, removes Mecca of the families of Southern ' !ld. E. ROBINSON. Editor. CARRARDCOONTY fri'm Lancaster one of her best planters, journeying, as was the R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mftr. known anil most popular citizens, custom of the day, in o carriage Hie health has been falling for scv- - with a negro coachman ami maid, LIST OF THOSE IN LINE. Cnttltd tl lb Foil omc In UnCMttr, Ky., eral years and It wns known for the J At the close of the wnr Dr. Fisher Mill Milter. i Steond-Cli.- t past month that ho could not survive found It Impossible to operate his Explantation because of the loss of The Garrard County Local Member Kentucky Press Association many weeks Disposing of the estate emption Board has received the folyenrs his slaver. and The deceased wns sixty-on- e of ago and lived In Lancaster prac- -' at much loss he returned to Iden- lowing from Major Henry F. Rhodes, Eighth District Publishers League. Be-Chief Selective Service Department tically all his life. He was the son'tucky, locating at Lancnster. H. inir of n social temperament, bright for Kentucky, in which he says; Lancaster, Ky., May 9, 1918 'Mn.ni hMh nt whom h.ivn nnucil and cultured. Mrs Fisher at once "There will be n call within n few ! away. He is survived bv his wife, took a place In the social life of the days made upon all Loral Boards in Rates For Political Announcements, Southern the state for a large number of men. As did most bcfore her marriage, was Mis. town. For Precinct and Citv Offices .., n.. 15. W ruls.'nerie! I have today received IM I women she excelled In Instructions n.l n, A.ll.uan for'County Offices to the various Ohio., her husband was an excellent gar- - to nsign quotas Hoy Haynes, of Illllsboro, Office for State and District Mrs. Henry Faulkner, of Baltimore, jdener, bringing to his ordered rows Boards, and as soon as this can be For Calls, per line , Md., .Mrs. William Fox Logan, of land beds, Southern plants rare in figured out, it will be published In all For Cards, per line 'Kingston, Pa., Miss Sue Shelby Jthlf latitude. They combined their papers. For all publications In the inter"The call will also be determined of .Mason and William Mason, of this 'talents for the entertainment est of Individuals or exprescity, nil of whom were at his bedside their friends, their home being enc as soon ns the quotas are determinper sion of Individual views, ed nnd Local Boards will then be when the end cmne. He leaves one or large hospitality. Sine .10 Mrs. Fisher was n devoted mem- called upon to furnish the requirbrother, Mr. George T. Mason, of per line Obituaries, .05 Owing to the ber of the Baptist church from her ed number of men. Chicago. ' girl-hooIn She possessed full fact that this will be the largest call measure the characteristics of the that has been made upon your gentlewomen of her c'ny, being loyal Board, your men should be given ns INDEPENDENT OF GERMANY: and devoted In her friendships, gen-- I much notice as possible that this call people of this country have The crous, hospitnble, having a high has been made. The date of enn lively recollection of the days fol- -' in the trapment will be during the five sense of honor, scrupulous lowing the outbreak of the war in . .May day period beginning 2.Mh. . details of her daily dealings. ships' ' Europe, when the German Age brings with it certain detach- The totnl number of white men callim-- i were driven from the seas and ment from material interests, a ed from the state will be Six Thousports into this country from Gcr-- , of human futility, witr.nl a and Three Hundred and Eleven." I sens: many ceased. The distress in many The following is a list of men in peeking after the Divine. In this I the lines of Industry emphasized , sense of resignation and spiritual line for the next call, that are not cle- extent to which we had come to yearning- -, in her declining years actively engaged in farm duties, nnd German-mad- e products. pend on with should this list not supply the num,Mrs. Fisher dally "walked Who cannot recall the occasion of, ber called in the next quota, others God." the submarine running the blockade,I ' Her only surviving immediate will be called in the order In which e .!.. I,. l.i. it iar;u ux "yes, uiiui wim wnui mm relatives are her nieces, Mrs. Jerry they nre registered. joy they were received in this counName. Town. Mrs. Charles W, Anderson Order No. I Kespess, try? and Mrs. Jesse Walden, and her James J, Crutcher, McKlnney, 139. m The war awoke us to the humiliat nephew, Mr. Fisher Herring. Grant M. Mctcalf, Lnncaitcr, 400. at ing fact that this country came far, Simmie Murphy, Lancaster, 440 It short of being ! Farris linker. Straight Creek, 445. DEATH SUMMONS demonstrated to us that without John Ii. Huffman, Lancaster, 454. the goods of other countries, Gcr Lancntcr, 480. COMES SUDDENLY TO S. D COCHRAN William O. King, many especially, industrial and soc-jEthan B. Allen, Cartersville, 500. life in America was badly crip SUNDAY AFTERNOON. William S. Todd, Gallup. N. M 515, pled. Bascom O. Ford, Lancaster, 510. A pall of sadness overspread LanBut the war ha3 another effect. Jno R. Broughton, Buena Vista 32'.' caster and the entire community Augustus L. It has caused us to seek out the lines Burton, Conway Pa. 5.13 hen it was Sunday atfernoon, of endeavor in which we were dcfiC' , For over forty years Mr. Mason last . n Homer Murphy, Lancaster, 551 icnt and to set about to remedy that has held tome public office In this llir.uuvu uiiuimusb mill. .111. hj.tm Marion F. Arnold, Danville, 572. , deficiency. This we are doing county, most of which time he serv- - Cochran had been suddenly touched Lucicn K. Clouse, Kings Mill 0. 590 more fully as time passes. For in- ed as Circuit Court Clerk and was A. Day, Cartersville, Ills sudden death was a shock to Nathan McK.Thompson, Bryv. 027. . 1, 4 1. ,. 1. 1 stance, we hear no more complaint - - M . 037. Apparently Charles M. his family and friends. the scarcity or inferiority of dye' State of Kentucky. cf George For several Kaufman, Cp Nelson, G71 from the fact that American' years he was secretary to the State in the best of health, he was at Pettus Bentley, stuffs, Cartersville, C80 church Sunday morning, as was his made dyestuffs have fully taken the t, Board of Equalization, which posl- McClcIand J. C81. usual custom, and Sunday afternoon, Robt. Coins, Teater, Akron O. place of the German article, and ap tion he filled with credit. Indianapolis Ind. 082. . ... ,. , decided to take a ride In his new , Tr to be giving general satisfac' pear C91 Rryantsvilte xie was pussesseu wuii u spicuuiu machine, which he had recently pur- - Ben T. Graham, tion. memory, remembering facts and. G'J.Y Wm. B. Cox, Lancaster, Chemistry is also a line dates with n completeness that was 'chased and while backing from the .Michc.nl Temple, Indianapolis, General , 735. garage, the machine struck the cor- In which we have heretofore relied unusual. In every capacity, he was, Charles B. Doty, Lancaster, 707. , , .. this Kcium aim. iiuuiuvicii , I, melius . , ( ner of his dwelling, not enough to Willaam Miller, Columbus, Ind. 708. Germany, almost wholly on , , ., 1119 Sliatlll. bile lltl, ,VI ,'lbll sufficient A. Fred Sutton, Bryantsville, from the fact that American chem 11 large acquaintance; perhaps no . , ,. 774. lorce 10 nun mm, uui with his isti were not willing to undergo the I Walter, taneaster, 783. hand, still on the steering wheel, he Gabe rigorous study and research necess' popular. He possessed an unusuai Howard Hamilton, Knoxvillc, 822. cp,irc' ary to attain high standing in that personalty that made him remembei- Richard B. Estes, ,. Kirksville, 854. line. But this too is fast being ed by all with whom he earns In eon- i Charles F. Davis, Buena Vista 858. called changed, and in n very short time, tact and will be greatly missed in Kinnaird were immediately Chester and found. that death was caused by Ellis W. A. Mctcalf, Paint Lick 803' If not already, American chemljts this and adjoining communities. . . , Bell, 88C, Paint Lick iivuiuiiimni-- . Tl, will be fully the equals of any in years William Ukc, Pt. Lick, R.l, 881). Mr. Cochran was fifty-tw- o the world. ducted at his late home, by Rev. Akron, 902, O. Rethcr Long. In fact, wo are just now --.vakinj II, S. Hudson, of the Presbyterian old and had lived In Garrard county Walter G. Bryant, Lancaster, 910. I!) all his life. About thirty years ago up to the fact that there are a num- church Monday afternoon, and the Eric Osborne, Lancaster, 930. ber of lines of industry, wherein large crowd that came from adjoin- l)e married Miss Dora Denton, wiio James Kidd, Lancaster, It. R. 1 942. survives him, together with four we have heretofore been content to ing counties and the immense numWalter I. Combs, Huntsvillo Ark 949 rely upon other peoples, that, if we ber of beautiful floral designs at- children, Mrs. Kay Lackey, of Kan- Win. II. Barnctt, Lancaster, 950. sas City, Mo., Mrs. liusscll Brown, are to maintain our position among tested to his popularity and the esAlexander Doty, Lancaster, 957. (!) of Stanford, and two sons, Eugene the nations, we must master and teem in which he was held. D. Bastin, Lancaster, 904.! and S. D. Jr., of this city. He is Holbcrt A. Ball, Berea, Ky. 983,' We have conduct for ourselves. The services at the grave were Elbert also survived by four listen, Mrs. been too deeply absorbed In what conducted by the Masonic order, of Frank L. Conn, Lancaster, 984. we termed the big thUigs of life, and which he had been a devout member William Elliott, of this city, Mm. When called Itobcrt Arnold, of Paint Lick, .Mrs. all registrants it is important that (!) many smaller matters that, never- for many yeara. bring their final S. D. Lackey, of lliehmond, and Miss theless, play an Important part In classification card, (No. 1007) with Annie Cochran, of this city. the economy of life, have been them. Mr. Cochran's personal characterFISHER. neglected. istics were those of unquestioned If the war, viewed purely from an (!) At the homo of her nephw-in-lahonor; uncompromising in his conNORRIS. industrial or commercial standpoint, and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry victions, when he felt that he was shall have caused us to stop and The remains of Mr. Charles Nor-rlKespess, In Atlanta, Gu., Mrs. Susan right. In his death the county has gather up the loose ends of Induswho died in Columbia, S. C, last into rest try, it will at least not have been all Stewart Fisher, passednge. May in lost an honored citizen: the church Saturday, were brought 4th, a devout member; the school a deto Lancas-t- r the S4th year of her bad. yesterduy, where the interment 1918. Her remains were laid be- voted friend; the home an affectionplace took yesterday afternoon. side those of her husband, the late ate husband and father. We have no definite Information Dr. Ellas Tishcr, in the Lancaster friends He repretented Garrard county in Charlie Norris had many which would justify a conclusion cemetery, at eleven o'clock Monday. the Kentucky Legislature one term here who will be sad to hear of his Tho it was realized her health was ami filled the office creditably and sudden death. Ho is survived by his that there exists any where an unwife, who before her marriage, was derstanding among the consumers declining the announcement of her honorably. of hemp fiber affecting the present passing, camo as a dictinct shock to The funeral services were con- Miss Patsy Arnold of this county. prices. The hemp industry In the her relatives. ducted at his late home on Danville He leaves alto two children, Edwin Blue Grass counties has been a very Jlrs. Fisher enmc of Scotch-Wels- h street last Tuesday afternoon, by and Mattic, nil of whom lived in profitable one and it Is to bo regret- stock. She was born in MissUippI Dr. B. A. Dawes, assisted by Rev. Frankfort nt the time of Mr. Nor. ted that the present prices paid for in 1834, the daughter of Dr. Kpr-rla- m S. G. Callison, and llcv. C. S. Ellis, ris' death. have the The wife and children Lloyd. At the age of sixteen, interment taking place immediately the fiber are below the cost of prorympathy of the cntiro community duction and that the farmers are she was married to Dr. Elins Fisher, after in the Lancaster cemetery. compelled to quit raising it. Kentucky In tho loss of an affectionate hus(of tho Boyla county, band and an indulgent father. There should be a complete Inves- family of that name), and until the TATUM. ' tigation of the causes making the close of the war their home wns on i ra Holly Springs, low prices and the true ttate of facts his plantation at Mr. W. Earl Tatum, of Silver given to the public. It Is unfortu-nat- o Miss. One daughter, dyin,; in in- Creek, Ky who volunteered his ser- 1 News Of The Churches. that the authority given the fancy, was born of this union. vices to the Government and was Commissioner of Agriculture was Dr. Fisher was a schuiar'.y man, sent to Indianapolis about two The Lancaster Methodist Sunday, not sufficient tomake a satisfactory loving books, travel, genial com- weeks ago, died In that city last Day Investigation. Commissioner pany and good talk. Ka valued i.j week after a few days Illness of School will observe Children The next Sunday morning, beginning at not having the real facts and not one of the rich privileges of his life pneumonia. able to get at the bottom of the an acquaintance of yen .a" standing Had he lived until Juno 1st., he 11 o'clock and taking the place of trouble the report he mado to the with George D. Prentio. would have been 21) years old. He the regular preaching hour. There Governor is misleading and does not As tho young wife of a wealthy was a splendid young man and his will be appropriate 'exercises by the His satisfy the producers. and Indulgent husband, Mr3. Fisher friends will be grieved at his sudden children. Everybody invited. that there Is no combination lived a life typical o' that of n wom- passing away. His remains were "I'arents Day" will be observed at ' or arrangements among the buyers an of means of tho Oi l South, nn I brought to Silver Creek last Satur- the I'resbyterian church Sunday, any where affecting the price, is not her reminiscences of thl'. perloj day and interment took place last "Mother's Day" will be observed based upon any evidence or facts to were picturesque and interesting. Sunday. by one He Is survived In the early days of rail-roa- d when brother and three sisters, one of the at the Christian church next Sun-- i justify It. While the Commissioner may be travel was costly and uncertain, latter being Mrs. James Lee Todd, day morning. Subject for morning service, "The hand that rocks the very hit or miss, and South of this county. entirely correct In his conclusion it cradle". Evening subject, "Is God Is a mere guess and he has no facts ern ladies generally did not get farOur soldiers r depending on us In the World to back It up and the farmer who is ther abroad than their trusty coach, producing hemp at a loss Is not con- and two could carry them, Mrs Fi- - to back thm up. Clva frljr to organist-an- d T.tt.d whit, and t.st.d yellow vinced that if every thing was all her enjoyed journeys to New Yorkjth Rd Cross as this right the price of his product would the East which 'were in those 'tion looks tfttr them at home and s..d corn for sal. Hudson, Hugh.s and F.rnau. days as adventures in "a far coun- - abroad. be higher. The Central Record MASON try". We are Specialists WE CURE CRIPPLES. We take that broken down, crippled Car and restore it to health and strength and usefulness. These days you just cant afford to lose the service that your car should give and which it will give if you keep it in health. If your car lacks efficiency, is weak or faulty in any action, bring it in and let us give it the once over. We never fail to diagnose the ailment and then we apply the proper remedy to the seat of the trouble. Let us help you to help your Government by keeping your car in perfect condition. Cripples We Cure x ..... Kinnaird Phone 66. LANCASTER, Bros. KENTUCKY. ctooeais)B iir csimi c.. BLACKLEGOIDS TO VlCClMTC AatlNST DLSCKUa. Simple. Safe. No Effective. riL doss ta Mutut, No Bq?M ta ipltL Xs string ta Biniflj Utile r HI to tie Isjnlnl unjef IU lUa. iuv roe, re kesuxxs. J or bale tr , Mg Roberts Drug store 'dcn'y .:" " l,..,l ID ! I Wh ite Cenves Shoes I and LADIES OXFORDS. WAISTS ANO I f' CHI(ii (i) LDREN DRESSES. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOK LESS. I fil' EVERYTHING NEW, We have u complete lino of Groceries, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINT CRUSHES, 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, rt PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. . The Central Record, Thursday, May 9, 1918. 7 Special Offering In Goats and Suits. There Is not a garment in the lot that doesn't represent style idea. the latest j Lj The J. & K, Boots, Pumps and Ox- fords for summer, are graduates of the foremost institution of wear education. foot- The Two Horse Corn Drills S50.00 The One Price Store. Joseph Mercantile Lexington the guezts of Miss Flor- ence Johnson. ILbJ Miss Eva Phelps and little Miss Lucilo Croner, were week-en- d at East Rcrnstndt last week, Miss Mattingly of Lebanon, is here the'gucst of her sister, .Mrs. Frank Drowning. M 60. r Classified Column. The House of Quality. and John Deere Gossip About Cultivators S50. Each People vvv A Hrief Oliver JtK TO RED CROSS CHAIRMAN Chairman J John Deere Mowers $77.50, Malta Double Shovels $4.75. Disk Harrows $50.00 Smoothing Harrows 523. House I'nint &I.0O per gallon. National Fence foot, GOe rod. 1 Join His R. Downing Addresses Comlngi nd Mention of t Coinji tyThotc Mi Arc Interested In. Assisiacls. Slay 4th. 1D1S. Fresh car of lime and cement. 3t. A. H. Batin and Son. American J. R. MOUNT & CO. The l Deal House. rL 5. HATFIEbD, j ' Dentist. TIIONES I i Office s. e I Itnitli-nc- 37. Kj Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and Mr. Sam Kurtz spent Sunday with children, have returned from a visit his wifen ml son to her pnrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. T . B. Mr. Jas. W. Smith was in Loxing. Walters, at Kavito, Ky. ton the pest week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson return Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Champ were ed to their home in Rowling Green after n pleasant visit to her parents, visitors in Danville, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mount. Mr. A. li. Brown made a bus! Mr. and .Mrs. John ShackelforJ nets trip to Mt. Vernon, Tuesday and children and Mrs. Emma Kauff-ma- n K. Watson of Barbourvlllc Mr. T. spent several days in Huston-villwas a visitor here the first of the this week with relatives. week. Mrs. Wallace Walter, and son. Mr. ami Mrs. John .Moore of Mad Joseph, and Miss Mollie Walter, of ison, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Stanford, were the guests Sunday Griggs. of Mrs. John Walters and family. For Sale: Some good baled hay. J. B. Woods, Manse, Ky. For Sale: First class cultivated hemp seed. Sec or call 2-Bayd Isom, Phone 338-S- I. LOST:-Bunch of Kevs. Ice plant and depot. Leave at this office. ' bunenster, LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Sufcr and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Mrs. Ilert Coleman, of Danville Mr. John Shackelford, of Fort , Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ira J, Riley, Kansas, spent the week-en- d Holtzclaw. with his wife who is with her mother Mrs. KauiTman, on Danville street. .Mr. anil .Mrs. II. D. Lee spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Wade Mrs. Walter Hammack who has Lee nml family. been spending the winter in Florida, i was the guest of .Mrs. W. F. Champ, . Miss Do"e Harris of ltnr.ville, wni before returning to her home in guest Sunday, uf Imr sister, Mr, Hcndcrsonsville, l the X. C. rattle Anderson. Miss Marie Hay entertained n Mrs. Green Clay Walker Is visit- number of friends Saturday and mg in Cincinnati and will attend Sunday, in honor of her charming tho Mny Festival. and attractive visitors, Misses Llda .Mr. Sam Walter, of California, is Mae and Nell Kay. here for a short visit to his mother. Mrs. Gcorgo Mcltoberts, and Mrs. John Walters. daughter, Ilctsy Margaret, who have M and .Mr. Willie Wells und Mr. Charlie been visiting -- r. Mrs. Joe returned Monday I.eo were guests of Mr. and Mrs. JI Burnsidc, to I). Lee, tho past week. their home in Covington. Mrs. J. M. Stapp, of Lexington, .Mr. and .Mrs. Preston Smith, of Itloomington, of Illinois, are visiting and Mrs. F. W. Keichclderfcr. Fort Wayne, Ind., are here the Mr. and Mrs. Davis Sutton. guests of Mrs. I5oy Schooler, and Mrs. May .N'oland spent the week their father, Mr. J. P. Prather. end in Louisville, the guest f her Judge and Mrs. Homer Batson brother, Mr. It. E. Hughes. and little daughter, motored from Miss Gertrude Wilkerson Louisville Saturday to sec Judge Stanford, is the attractive guest of nation's fnthcr, .Mr. It. H. Batson Mr. und .Mrs. It. II. Wilkerson, who has been quite ill, but is im They were occomnanied Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Hnscldcn and proving. children motored to Louisville last irom Louisville by Mrs. II. E. Gar rett, who was tho guest of Miss Friday and spent tho week-enKathleen Walter, Mrs. It. S. Putnam and daughter, Among the friends Nancy, of Lebanon, enmo yesterday and relatives that were hero last for a visit to Mrs. John M. Fnrra, Tuesday afternoon to nttend tho Mrt. Henry Simpson, mid little funeral of Mr. S. I). Cochran, were daughter, Elizabeth, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Denton, of Lex- Mr. and Mrs. U. I). Simpson, Sunday Ington, .Mr and Mrs. William War. ren and family, .Mrs. Dr. Brown, .Mrs. Joe Itryant, who is taking n Mr. and Mrs. Fish, and family. .Mr. business course in Lexington, is and .Mrs. Dick .N'ewland of Stanford, upending n few days with homefolks. Mr. Russell Brown, of Louisville, and family of Mr. anil Mrs. J, W. Pumphrey are Mr. Sam Lackey visiting their son, Mr. Frunk Pum Richmond. phrey, in Somerset, for u few days. The following rela- tives and friends were hero Mondav Messrs Ira Holtzclaw, W. T. West afternoon to nttend the and R. M. Lyons attendcJ thu Mer- Mr. V. H. Mason. Dr. funeral of chants Association in Indianapolis, cher, of Henderson, Ky James Let .Mr. Cooper last week. uunn, Jr., Chattanooga, Tenn.. Mr Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Drown and nndand .Mrs. Charlie Glass, .Mr. and daughter, Elsie, nml Mrs. Fisher Mrs. Hugh Scott and son. and Mr. Herring were visitors in Danville, and Sirs. Iko Dunn, and son Joe, Dr. and Sirs. James Letcher, Sirs. Saturday. Hankla and Sliss .Margaret Mescrs Znn Itoblnson and Hilly Cook, Sirs. Smith Baughman, and Knvanuugh of Centre College, Dan- son, Sirs. Florence, Sirs. Will ville, spent the week-en- d with tho Baughman, Miss Genova Patrick. home folks. and .Mr. and Sirs. G. II. Paxton. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West and son, Mirror of Politics. Joe, spent Sunday in Lexington the Tell mo what kind of a man governs guests of Mr. and Sirs. II. T, Embry a ioople, you tell me, with much exactand family. ness, what tho net sum total of boctal Misses Ituth Carrier and Mury worth In that people has for soiuo time Lee Lear spent the week-en- d in been. Carlyle, iicat C.imrr.tnot: Wbsn this letter shall havo you the Second Red Crow War Fund Campaign will hav begun, Behind us wo the wonderful achievements of- - tho Liberty Loan organization, to which, as Ameri cans, we can all point with pride. lo the Liberty Loan orgniuzatii.i was committed a trust to which thay proved faithful. The cause for which they worked was a worthy one. However, worthy and however in spirational that causo was, the one to which wo ere now commitcd more worthy and carries with it a greater inspiration. Theirs was to persuade our people to invest in the best security in the world; ours is to persuade our countrymen to give to the noblest cause in all this war. For the time being, all of our sol diers over seas, and all of the self. lacrmcing women who are serving them there, all of the brave French British, Italian and Belgian soldiers and their peoples aro our wards, and the manner in which wo acquit our selves in this task will be to our credit or discredit. t.et it not be raid of this great Commonwealth of ours, thut has miido such a record in the Liberty Loan Campaign, that wo arc un mindful of the sacrifices of those who are offering their life's blood upon tho alter of freedom, "that the world may be a decent place to live in." It has been truly said and let this be your slogan for this hetwren Reward. FOR SALE: Three Ford touring cars and one Roadster. All in good condition. White and Riddle. TaintLick, Ky. FOR SALE ICO barrels of corn In shuck, near Judson Ky. N. II. Bogie, Lexington Ky. For your War Garden. Tomato plants ready for setting out. 2t-p- Hudson Frisbie. LOST: Umbrella, with gold and pearl handle. Finder please return to this office. CORN WANTED: Will i highest market price for good corn. Burdette Ramsey. Paint Lick. Kv. FOR SALE: tobacco sticks. 1.000 new- - oak sclit Clarence Green, Paint Lick, Route 2. FOR SALE. 15 month old black Polangus Bull calf, Price $85.00 Chas. Itigsby, Crab Orchard and Stanford pikes. WANTED: Good all nrnun.l hand to work in lumber yard. Five room house and garden, on pavement. A. H. Bastin and Co. FOR SALE: still selling eggs Erie Single Comb HEMP SEED One Brooder. I am at the old price. C. campaign: BASTIN pi BROTHERS. LANCASTER. KY. ICZZJLTZZlCni II II ICJ A sooa used Car if n better investment tlinn u New One of We have the following Inferior used enrs fr sale Quality. mid IMllOmlnnil four ?325. lOlGSexon Six 5330. Mlfl Oakland sixC75. 1SIIS Hnlck four S500. 1017 Buick four fliOO. liuaratiteed: 1013 Overland four f:i50. lOlOOnklund Six $350. iOI7 Sludebakcr six $900. minihik'k sixfGSO. 1017 lluick six fSOO. "If you and I give all of our time and most of our money to War Relief Work, wo are still unworthy to touch tho bloodstained garment of the man who goes over the top." .Mj' message to you now Is to ORGANIZE, ORGANIZE, ORGANIZE. Bo not weary in well-doinBe enthusiastic and spread enthusiasm amongst whom you have asked to servo with you and, through them, to alt our people. Tho spirit is there; it Is for us to awaken it. I do not wish it to be tald on tho 27th of May, that n singlo county in Kentucky has not exceeded its quota. This la as little as wo can do. For what you havo already done, I extend to you my most grateful thanks. For what you will do in this campaign, you will have the everlasting blessings of those you arc serving and the conimsnJation of your own soul. Yours very truly, JOHN R. DOWNING, Kentucky State .Manager Farra, Leghorns. tr. Brown : Wnntml tract for a large number of bushel of new cultivated hemp seed, Fall delivery. Trice $5.50 per bushel. A. SI. Shely. Str.lved or stolen. Sntnr.lm. V.n 4th, white Fox terrior dog. Black head and bob tall, answem to th name of "Billy". Reward for return of dog or information n tn M wherabouts. Phone 318-Mrs. James Hamilton, Jr. THE DELINEATOR and the War-Ti- me Budget 1917 Bulck Six $1,000 We will be pleased to show you nny of tho above cars. n Make Your Next New Car a Buick Subscribe at the specially attractive rate offered by our Pattern Department. TSie 31 II ianvilie Buick L. li. CONN. Proprietor. . Go n IE Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. I ILZZ3C3C II dunking wjttr cores snu trevrnu cnoiera. dUrrhoca ndoititrcclctdlita.o. One Wo hnltle mikes It cillon. of medicine M all onT'l!-cas- ta hamplcand bookletJrurUtt. of fuwls" sent HtKC BoutUn FtmKj Co.l4ii-,'ti,Haselden Brothers. Of BOtBBON POUTPY Cl'BC down a cntck's ttmai curti I'f'Ji A ew drP In "o Savings in Food and Clothes. Red Cross Patterns JOSEPH Mercantile Co. The Central Record, Thursday, May 9, 1918. SYNOPSIS. enlisted. Why don't you Join? Now menceil throwing n miscellaneous as- n pier nnd disembarked. I bad AJ by th nsos of His CIIAPTKtt Fir sortment of straps, buckles nnd othr ttained another one of my nmbltlniis, ti the time.' by a Otrmsi InVInx of the Lusltsnf "This argument ought to get many paraphernalia Into It. I thought li I wns "somewhere In France." We submsrlns, Arthur Our Umptr, an AmeriJersey city remits, Kmtiey, so go out and see would never stop, but when the pll slept In the open that night on Ihe side can, leaves his office In tit enllsu In sn,l lbs Kaxland where wlrnt you can do." rearhixl to my knees he pnusisl Ion of the road. Alxiut six the next morn- roes to army. Drltlili He then gave me n small rosette of enough to say, "Next, No. fill", 'Arris, ing wo were onlensl to entrain. 1 fter a period cf trainCHAPTKIt ing, Kmpsy volunteers for Immediate, serv-Ic- e red, white and blue ribbon, with three It company," I gaxod In bewilderment looked around for the paeiiger and soon finds himself In little streamers hanging down. This nt the pile of Junk In front of me, and coaches, but all I could see on the sid- "lomenhers In Krsnct." wtirresth billets nnt wns the recruiting Insignia and was liien tny eyes wnndcrcd around lookln ing were rattle cars. We climbed Into mskes tho scqusJnlsnce of lbs "cooties." to be worn on the left side of the rap. for Ihe wagon which was to carry It these. On the side of each car was rer attends his first CHAPTKIt Armed with n swagger stick and my lo barracks. I was rudely brought to a sign rending "Homines 40, I'heveinix chureh services t the front white a Gerpatriotic rosette, 1 went out Into Tot- earth by tho "quarter exclaiming, 8." When we got Inside of the cars, man Kokker circles over the congregation. nes command CHAPTKIt tenham Court road In quest of cannon "'Ere, jou, 'op It; tyke It aw'y; blind we thought that perhaps the sign Into trenches and Is under the front-lin- e fodder. my eye, 'c's looking for 'Is batman to painter had reversed the order of Are for the Rrst time. Two or three poorly dressed civil- 'elp Mm cairy It." lesrns to sdopl CHAPTKIt things. After IS hours In these trurks "It you the motto of the llrtlsh Tommy, so never ians passed me. nnd nlthough they ap1 Struggling tinder the load, with fre- we detrained nt Rouen. At this place are to (ft It, youil ret It, itts: peared physically fit. I snld to myself, quent pauses for rest, I reached our we went through an Intensive training worTy " "They don't want to Join the nrmy; la ret billets. Km-pe- r CHAPTKIt VI-1- tck for trn days. sets his nrit eiperlence as a meea perhaps they have someone dependent barracks (large car barns), nnd my The training consisted of th" rudi- orderly p'atoon leader came to the rescue. It on them for support," so I did not acCHAPTKIt Trendies Drltlih soldiers are fed. learns how the was n marvel to tne how quickly ho ments of trench warfure. MACHINE CUMMER, SERVING IH FRAWCE cost them. After be hail been dug. with barbed wire enIn the front-lin- e CHAPTKIt Vlll-lla- ck Coming down the street I raw a nssemhlcd the equipment. tanglements, bombing saps, dugouts, trench. Kmpey sees tils first friend of the :)itr by young dandy, top hat nnd all, with a had completed the tak, he showed mu how to adjust It on my person. I'retly observation posts nnd machine gun em- trenches "ro pey ." faldonnbly dressed girl wnlklng bemskes his first CIIAPTKtt side him. I muttered, "You are my soon I stood before lilm a proper Tom- placement. We were given n smat- visit to a iturout In "Hulclde Ditch. learns sehat crni- crlng populnce. but everything was meat," nnd when he enme abreast of my Atkins In huivy innrehlng order, tering of trench cooking, sanitation, CHAPTKIt CHAPTER I. tltutea a "day'a work" In the front-Un- e bomb throwing, rcconnolterlng, listennormal. People wore calmly proceed me I stepped directly In his path and feeling like nn overloaded camel, trench. lag to their work. Crossing the stopped him with my swagger stick, pey roea "over the On my feet were heavy-soleboots, ing posts, constructing and repairing From Mufti to Khaki. CHAPTKIt rharae top" for studded with hobnails, the toes mid biirbed wire, "cnrrjlng In" pnrlleu Herman the first time In awounded on the sajlng: It was In an office In Jersey City. street, I accosted n Hobble with by a trenches and la "Can you direct me to the place of by "You would look fine In khnkl; why heels of which were I was sitting at my desk talking to bayonet thrust Joins the "sui' My logs were In CHAPTKIt not chnnge Unit top hat for n steel sleel n lieutenant of the Jersey National damage?" cide club" aa Ihe bom War suad la called. helmet? Aren't you ashamed of your- cased In woolen puttees, olive drab In Ouard. On the wall was n big war lie asked me, "What damoge?' Tommy rata an CIIAITKH XHI-Ba- ch map decorated with variously colored Iu surprise. I answered. "Why, tho self, a husky young chap like you In color, with my trouers overlapping otnclal bath. helps dig an XIV-Kmmufti when men are needed In the them nt the top. Then n woolen khnkl CHAPTKIt little flags showing the position of the damage caused by the Zcps.' advanced trench under Herman flre. Here I an, an American. tunic, under which was n bluish gray trenches? oplioslng armies on the western front With a wink he replied: XV-- On "llitenlnr poet" In CHAPTKIt woolen shirt, minus u collar; hcnciitl In Prance. In front of me on the desk "There was no damage; we missed Nn itan'a Itnd. artillerymen "put this shirt a woolen belly bund about lay a Xew York paper with big flaring them again.' CHAPTEH XVt-T- wo one over" on old Pepper, their re(tmeata) six Inches wide, held In place by tie headlines: After several fruitless Inquiries of commander. strings of white tape. On my head LUSITANIA SUNK! AMERICAN the passersby, I dicldeil to go mi my haa narrow esCHAPTKIt XVII-Kmwns a heavy cape while on patrol duty In No Man a trench cnp. with LIVES LOST! own In search of ruined buildings and Land. huge earlaps buttoned mer the top, The windows were open nnd a feel- scenes of destruction. I boarded n bus In real billets CHAPTER XVIH-na- rk Then the equipment: A canvas belt, ing of spring pervaded the air. which carried me through Totterihun: a farce comedy. Kmrey wrltea an t ! with ammunition pockets, and two Through the open windows came tho Court road. Itecrultlng posters were have many CIIAITKH ways to amuie themaelvea while "oa their wide canvas strops like suspe-mltm- , playing In the everywhere. The one that Impressed strains of n hurdy-gurd- y own-- " culled "IV straps, fastened to the belt stret "I Didn't Raise My Hoy to I5o , me most was n life-siz- e picture of volunteers for CHAPTEIl In front, passing over ench shoulder, n Soldier." run service and goes back Into macl.. Lord Kitchener with his finger point treiMhee, the front-lin- e eroding In the middle of my back, and 'T.usltnnta Sunk! American Lives I Ing directly nt me, under the uptlon arjln rss CIIAITKIt XXI-Kmiittnrhrd by buckles to Ihe renr of the I Didn't Raise My Hoy to cf "Your King nnd Country Net d You. lost I "over the lop" In a rharite which coat fcla company It killed and II wounded. belt. On the right side of the belt lie u Soldier." To us these did not No matter which way I turned, the with a machine CHAPTKIt XXII-Trl- ck bung a wnter bottle, covered with ft It seem to Jibe. recusing finger followed me. I was run silences one bothersome on the left sldeewns my bayonet ami The lieutenant In silence opened one nn American, In mufti, nnd had n little attack, preCIIAITKIt XXIII-flerm- an ciihbard, 'tid Intrenching tool handle ceded by sis wave, la fepulaeil. of the lower drawers of his desk and I American flag In the lapel of my coat, Is forced to CIIAITKIt XXIV-Emp- ey this handle strapped to the bayonet took from it an American flag which I had no king, nnd my country bad take part In an eseeutlon aa a member In the rear was my In srnhbnnl. he solemnly draped over the war map , teen lit not to need me. but still that of the nrlnr fiua.l. prepare for trenching tool, carried Inn ennvns case on the wall. Then, turning to me with minting finger made me feel small and CIIAITKIt XXV-tlrlt- lah battle of the Bomme. the lllr Puth-t- he This tiHil was n combination pick and a grim face, said: III nt ease. I got off the bus to try a trench raid, XXVI-- In CIIAITKIt spade. A canvas hnierack wa "How about It, sergeant? You had , to dllpnte this feeling by rolxln; precedlnr th "; Pu,n- - Emtey la BeXeY sBaNeaesf toeaw stropped to the left side of the belt, wounded and Ilea untenacloua In better get out the muster roll of the with the throng of the sidewalks. No Man'e I.and for M hours. while otf my back was the iwck. alu Mounted Scouts, as I think they will Presently I came to a recruiting offour months CHAITEH XXVH-Af- ter of canvas, held In place by two canvas be needed In the course of n few days." fice. Inside, sitting at a desk was a In a llritlth hoepllal, Kmpey la dlacharred aa "phyelcally unnt for further war aeiv. stmiw over the shoulders; supembil We busied ourselves till late In the lonely Tommy Atkins. I decided to in Ice." on the iMittoni of the pack was my evening writing out emergency tele- terview him In regard to Joining the mess tin or canteen In n neat little grams for the men to report uhen tho Hrltl'h army. I oiened the door. He My waterproof canvas cine. sheet The Author's Identification Oltk. call should come from Washington. looked up and greeted me with "I s'y. looking like n Jelly roll, wns strapsl Then we went home. myte, want to tyke on?" on top of the park, with n wooden slick methods unil lu attack and defense, I crossed over to New York, nnd ns I looked nt him and nnswered, "Well, for cleaning the breach of the rllle pro- wiring imrtles, mass formation, and I went up Fulton street to take tho whatever that Is, I'll take n chance jecting from ench end. On n lanyard the procedure for Mlsingas attacks. Swearing in a Recruit subway to Ilrooklyn, the lights In the at It." On the tenth day we again met our By An American Soldier around my waist hung n huge Jack tall buildings of New York seemed to Without the aid of an Interpreter, I came four thousand miles from Ogden, attachment, friends "Homines 40, Chcvciiux 8." be burning brighter than usual, as If found out that Tommy wanted to know Utah, Just outside of New York, to knife with a Who Went Thirty-sihours more of misery, uud they, too, had read "Lusltanla Sunk! If I cared to Join the Hrltlsli army. lie fight for your king nnd country. Don't The pack contained my overcoat, an we arrived nt the town of F . extra pair of socks, change of under American Lives Lost!" They seemed ARTHUR CUY EHPEY nked me: "Did you ever hear of the be a slacker, buck up and get Into uni- wear, hold all (containing knife, fork, After unloading our rations and to be glowing with anger and righteous Royal Fusiliers?" Well, In London, form; come over to the recruiting of spoon, comb, toothbrush, lather bruh, equipment, we Mini! up on the road In Mitklm Censer Stltlnf to freace indignation, and their rays wigwagged you know, Yanks are supposed to know fice nnd I'll have you enlisted." shnlng soap, and a raxor made of tin, columns of four walling for the order the message, "Repay!" He ynwned and unswered, "I don t with "Mado In England" stamped on to march. everything, so I wns not going lo ap lUonrital Dir. at anaarUar Mm per) Months passed, the telegrams lying pear Ignorant and answered, "hurc." care If jou came forty thousand miles, the blade; when trying to share with A dull rumbling could be heart). The Continued next week. handy, but covered with dust. Then, listening for one half-hou- r to no one nsked you to," and he walked this It made you wish that you were sun wns shining. I turned to the man After one momentous morning the lieutenant Tommy's tale of their exploits on the on. The girl gave me a sneering look; at war with I'utugonla. so that you on my left nnd asked, "Whut's the with a sigh of disgust removed the firing line, I decided to Join. Tommy I was speechless. Dlmenslona of the Vatican. could have a "hollow ground stamped nol.e. Hill?" He did not know, but his flag from the war map and returned took me to I recruited for three weeks and near "Made In Oermany") ; then your house, face was of a The Vat I ran. Including n number of the recruiting headquarters, color. Jim, ly got one recruit. connected buildings, erected at differ where I met a typical English captain. wife, button-cleanin- g outfit, consisting nn my right, also did not know, but rovers a space of 1,131 by This perhaps was not the greatest of a brass button stick, two stiff suggested that 1 "awsk" the sergeant. ent I ImmediHe asked my nationality. ately pulled out my American passport stunt In the world, but it got bark at brushes, anil n box of "Soldiers' Coming tLrards us wus an old griz tut feet and Ima 200 stairways. SI and showed It to hlra. It was signed the officer who had told me. "Yes. we Friend" paste; then a shoe brush anil zled sergeant, proerly fed up with courts and MZI nanus. No statement I nas made of the number of ttty by Lansing. After looking at the take anything over here." I had been a box of dubbin, a writing pad, Indel the war, so I "awsk-d- " him. snts einptojrd then". passport, be informed me that he was spending n good lot of my recruiting Ihle pencil, envelopes, und pay lxok, WtWiat7W It's going to rain, sergeant?" Think as It time In the saloon bar of the Wieat and personal belongings, such as a sorry but could not enlist tue, He bulked at me In contempt, and would be n breach of neutrality. I Sheaf pub (there was a very attractive small mirror, a decent razor and a grunted. "'Ow's It Beau Brummsl's Superstition. I ter rain with I Insisted that I was not neutral, be-- i blonde barmaid, who helped kill tluu sheaf of unanswered letters, and fags, the htoomln' sun A coin with n hole In It la said to I looked cause to me It seemed that a real I was not as serious In those days as In your haversack you carry your Iron guilty. be lucky, lb-nllruiiimrl Irareil ilia 'American could not be neutral when I was a little later when I reached rations, meaning a tin of bully beef, "Them's the g,uns up the line, me beginning of his ruin to sccldentnlly progress, but the the front) well. It was the sixth day four biscuits and n ran containing tea, big things were in giving his lucky coin (n slipvnce laaaeaafieaaav and my recruiting report was blank. sugar and Oxo cubes; a couple of bid, and you'll get enough of "em be- Willi u hole In ID In a cabman. Tn Ihe captain would not enlist me. fore you gets buck to llllghty." disgust in my heart I went out I was getting low In the pocket bar- pipes and n puck of shag, a tin of rifle With tlkst My kmt-- t seemed to wilt, and I cloe of his life he malntnlnnl anyone oil. and n Tommy gen In the street. I hail gone about a maids haven't much use for itothschlld or some of his rascullv cannot buy drinks so I looked ernlly curries the oil with his rations; squeaked out a weak "Oh!" set got hold of It." block when n recruiting sergeant who who Then we stnrted our march up to the You It gives the cheese a sort of sardine round for recruiting material. hail followed mo out of the office line In ten-kiltreks. After the first tapped me on the shoulder with his know n man on recruiting service (jets taste. day's march we arrived at our resl Origin of Market Qardener. bob or shilling for every recruit swagger stick and said: "S'y, I can pouch and n billets. Iff France they call them rest Add to this a first-aiTh term mnrlet gardener wns orig he entices Into Joining the army, the long, ungainly rifle patterned after the get you in the army. We have n billets, because while In them Tommy inally "marsh gardener," nccnnllng to supposed to get this, but he Daniel lloone down at the other office who recruit Is and you have an works seven dnjs u week and on the John F.vtiyn's FnglMi translation, I revt can do anything. He has Just come would not be n recruit if he were wise Idea of u llrltl.li soldier In llllghty. eighth liny of the week he Is glcn of !e ji (julntlnyne's "(implcit to this fact, would be? C. (Officers' Training out of the O. T. Itefore leaving for France, this rifle twenty-fou- r hours "on his own." (Jnnl'ner," which was dedicated ,jr the Down at the end' of the bar was a Is taken from him and he Is Issued corps) nnd does not know what neuOur billet wns 'a spacious affair, a piibllihers, Matthew Olllyflowcr and trality is." I decided to take a chance, young fellow In mufti who was very with a short trench rifle large barn on the left side of the road. Junes Partridge, to Uinl Caixdl of nnd accepted his Invitation for an In- patriotic he had about four "Old nnd a ration hair. which bad one hundred entrances, Tewksbury. troduction to the lieutenant, I entered Six" ales aboard. He askrd me if he In Franco he receives two gus hel nluety-nln- e for shells, rats, wind and the office and went up to hlra, opened could Join, showed me his left hand, mets, a sheepskin cont, rubber mack' up my passport und said: two fingers were missing, but I said Intosh, steel htlmet, two blankets, teur rain, and the hundredth one for Tom Why Called "Bloodhounds." my. I was tired out, and using my g "Before going further I wish to state that did not matter as "we take shell goggles, a balaclava helmet, slinipncl-proo- f helmet (shrapnel proof I ItloodhiMinds were first known ns over here." The left hand Is gloves and a tin of untlfrostblte grease that I am an American, not loo proud roiithbounds, olnj to their uhlllty to to fight, and want to Join your nrmy." the rifle hand us the piece Is csrrled which Is excellent for greasing tho until u piece of shrapnel hits It), or truck the deer wild Ixwr or tho wolf, Cuy Empty. the sloiie on the left shoulder. Near limits. Add to this the weight of his tin hut. for ti pillow, lay down In the i When Ihe wou:ii!h game bmke nwuy it He looked at me In a nonchalant straw, and was soon fast asleep. I to his desk. I immediately followed manner, nnd answered. "That's all ly everything In England Is "by the rations, and can you hlaira Tommy for dogs mist have slept nlxmt two hours, when and was lost these left." even general traffic keeps to the growling ut n twenty-kll- o this action by throwing the telegrams right; we take anything over here." route march? I nwoke with u prickling sensation all were used In tracking the ipiiirry by I looked nt him kind of hard nnd re- port side. Into the wnstebasket. Then we looked the bhxxl trail, ami hence they wero Having served ns sergeant major In over me. As I thought, the straw had I took the applicant over to head- the I'nlted States cavalry, I tried to worked through my ut each other in silence. He wus plied, "So I notice," but It went over finally culled bloodhounds. uniform. 1 woke quarters, where he was hurriedly squirming In his chair and I felt de- bis head. tell the English drill sergeants their up ti.e reiiow lying on my left, who had Itecrultlng surgeons were business, but It did not work. They got out an enlistment blank, and He pressed and uueasy. leen up the lino before, and asked Strong as an Ostrich. The telephone rung nnd I answered placing his finger on a blank line said, busy In those days and did not have Immediately put me as batman In their him: The strength of nn ostrich Is pri much time for thorough physical exam- mess. Many n greasy dish of stew was It. It was u business call for me, re- "Sign here." "Does the straw bother you. mate? dlglous; he can disembowel u I answcrcO'Jfof on your tintype." inations. My recruit wus passed as iiceldentally spilled over them. questing my cenlcei for an inre or it's worked through my uniform and I kick through a sheet of corrugated "fit" by the doctor and turned ner to "I beg jour pardon?" assignment. Iluslness wns not I would sooner fight than be u waiter, cun't sleep." Iron, To nn unprotected man In the 1 explained to him that I would corporal to make note of his scars. so when u Then very good, so this was very welcome. the order came through from n a sleepy voice ho answered. o'ii nn Infuriated otrlch Is as After listening to the proposition I not sign It without first reading it, I I was mystified. Suddenly the corix heuilquurters culling for u draft of "That nln't straw, them's fixities." as the llui. Many have !"st seemed to bo swayed by a peculiarly read It over and signed for duration of ral burst out with. "Illlme me, two of 10 for France, I vol I mm that time on my. friends the their lives through Ignorance of bis strong force within me, and unswercd. war. Some of the recruits were lucky. his fingers ure gone." Turning to me unteered. strength, his speed, and tils Inipbicahle "cixitics- - were constantly with me. I he said. "You certainly have your "I am sorry that I cannot accept your They fclgned for tcven years only Then we went before the M. O. "Cooties, or body lice, are the bane ferocity. William 0. Scully, In the Then he asked me my birthplace. I nerve with you. not 'ulf you nln't, to (medical officer) offer, but I am leaving for Kngland for another physical of Tommy's existence. bring this beggar In." nnswered, "Ogden, Utah." "next week," und hung up the receiver. examination. This was very brief. He The nrUlwracy of the trenches very The doctor ciimu over uud exploded, He raid, "Oh, yes. Just outside of The lieutenant swung arouml In his nnd eldom call them "cooties," tl.ey "What do you mean by bringing In a usked our names and numbers .Deal: New York?" chair, uud stured nt me In blank astonIn the Nature of Apology. snld "Fit." and we went out to fight. of them ux ilea. With a smile, I replied, "Well, It's up man In this condition?" ishment. A sinking sensation came An unintentionally Irreverent pmyer We were put Into troop trains und my eye Looking out of the corner of To nn American Ilea menus u small wns mnde In u missionary meeting over me, but I defiantly answered tils the state a little." desent to Southampton, where wo Insect iirmed with a bayonet, who Is called for Ihe Then I was taken before the doctor I noticed that the officer who bad relook with, "Well, it's so. I'm going." Isbenefit of Chinese wont In Jab It Into you and then hop-ski- p nnd passed as physically fit, ami was cruited me hud Joined the group, and trained, and had our trench titles And I went. "Oh, I.enl ." prayed n fervent sued to uj. Then In columns of twos and Jump to (he next place to be Viper The trip across was uneventful. I Issued u uniform. When I rciiorted I could not help unswerlug, "Well, sir, we went up the gangplank of a little shunned hii lirtho work, attacked. There Is an advantage In these, thy children, because of their landed at Tilbury, England, then got back to the lieutenant, ho suggested I was told that you took anything over steamer lying alongside the dock. Imxlng lleas on you Instead of "cootle4" pigtails Into a string of matchbox cars, and that, being nn American, I go on re- here." and crooked eyes, but O lml, At the head of the gungpluuk there lu that In one of his extended Jumps I think they called It "Yankee Im proceeded to London, arriving jhere cruiting service and try to shame some we an' sorry, for we have this ilny sergeant, who directed that said Ilea Is lluble to land 10 p. m. I took a room In a hotel of the slackers Into Joining the nrmy." pudence," anyhow It ended my recruit- was an old about on the fel- learned tin t they, too, nre made lu thy we line ourselves along both rails of low next tu you; he has "All you have to do," he snld, "is to ing. near St. I'ancras station for "five und thu typical the ship. Then he ordered us to take energy and push of thu American, Image." Hunter's Magazine. six fire extra." The room was minus go out on the street, and when you see life belts froui the racks overhead and while the "cootie" has the bulldog a young fellow In mufti who looks CHAPTER II. the Ore, but the "extra" seemed to put them on. I have crossed the ocean tenacity of tho EuglUhtnun: Remarkable "Apolcgy." keep me warm. That night there was physically fit. Just stop him ami give ho holds An uttorney addressed the court as several times and knew I was uot sea- on and consolidates or digs Blighty to Rest Billets. Zeppelin raid, but I didn't see much him this kind of a talk: 'Aren't you a In until 'genllemun," Instead of "jour hon physTh next morning the captain sent sick, but when I buckled on that life bis meal Is finished. of it, because the allt In the curtains ashamed of yourself, a UrltUhcr, king when your fit, and for me und Informed me: "Empey, as belt I had a sensutlon of sickness. There Is no way to get rid of them ors." after he bud concluded it wia too mall and I had no desire to ically country In mufti need you? Don't you u recruiting sergeant you are u washbrother of tho bar nvnlnded him of got out Into the stream all permanently. afld After we make if larger, Next morning the tel- Snow No how that your country Is at war and out," und sent me to u training depot. I could think of wus that there were a you buthc, and thatmatter very often his error. He Immediately rose and, ephone bell rang, anij someone asked, Is not often. every young Ilrlton you there After arriving ut this place, I was million nermau submarines with a tor- or how nirny times jou change your apologized thus: "Muy It please th" I.waa, hardly. ''Any. that the place for '"Are I am, nn coorl, In the hale of debate I culled stores pedo ou each, across the warhead of uiiuvrwear, your menus hustled to the quurtermuster way, I learned that the Zeps bad re- Ha on the firing Hue? Herecame the "rootles" tills-lukfour American, In khaki, who I made turned to their fatherland, ao I wjdt thousand miles to fight for your king and received an awful shock. TL which was Inscribed my name and ad- are always in evidence. The billets are yer honors gentlemen, humbly n apolo yer honors, ami quurtermuster jiergeunt spread a dress. out Into' the street expecting Infested with them, especially so if gize." sheet ou the grouud and! com- After five hour we came alongside there Is straw on the tluor. "OVtffll" SOLDER ANAHEIM aWDOVENT im ARinUKUUlJUPCY rT.r.T?T r V ''I "Over the Top" 5)C5f5 "e r t.ee IT . -- , .ijhiMi. The Central Record, Thursday, May 9, 1918. 9 i . m CHEAPER RATIONS FOR SHEEP Straw Form lm. Corn Stover nnd porUnt and Economical Part of Animals' Feed. (Prepared by the United Etalrs tpart-rneof Agriculture) Itrecdlng owe consume Comparn-livel- y Inrge quantities of roughage nnd noil liut Utile grain. Of this rough-as- c corn stover nnd ont straw may Well form nn Imimrtnnt and ceonomlcnl inrt, liut Itifjr should he iniiil liy other feed mntnlfilnic more proHI nt nbout 25 to Xi tein. Sheep per cent of tho totnl weight of tin- lent Ins the stalks. Wheat rtruw l not w) valuable fnr sheep feeding ns ont straw, while rye straw lino j.nictlculljf tiu value In sheep This typo of roughage should be an n supplement to leguminous liny, nnd the whole rntlun would de Improved liy the addition of n succulent slhige or roots. feed such n nell-kip- t If hut little leguminous hay Is nuill-nM- e conthe Use of mine proteln-rlccentrate such ns menl from cottonseed, linseed, soy lieiins, or henns x III usually he economical nnd profitable. Ottotecd menl may well lie ucd tn tmlnnce up n ration lacking In protein either for breeding ewes or for fattening liunlis or wethers. It has heen feil to hreedlng ees up to one-hal- f pound nt head per day ullhout Injury, hut four ounces n dny will usually he found sufficient. Care should he taken to see that It Is of good quality and free from mold. The following rations should' give good results hen supplemented hy 0t is Sunburnt Buildings sutler from sunburn ns much as people do, when they're not protected from Old Sol's grilling rays. Few could afford enough to soothe a blistered barn, but we all can afford a coat or two of paint to keep the barn from blistering. Good paint gives the sun's rays no chance to warp and crack the wood, so that rain may drive in and start decay. cold-crea- m ThisHouse Ued Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d mixed with pure linseed oil. Is a paint which is proof against all weather, and maintains a handsome, smooth appearance. Any color may be had. Drop in and let us show you our e paints, complete line of oils, varnishes, and brushes. We guarantee the worth of all our paint materials, and our prices are right. high-grad- ttt The Greatest Mother in all the World yet all. Ready and eager to give first aid to the wounded. Helping the little home that's crushed beneath an iron hand by showing mercy in a healthy, human way; rebuilding it, in fact, with stone on stone; replenishing empty bins and empty cupboards; bringing warmth to hearts and hearths too long neglected. Seeing all things with a mother's sixth sense that's blind to jealousy and meanness. Reaching out her hands across the sea to No Man's Land to comfort thousands who must stand and wait in stenched and crawling holes and entrenchments. She's cheering thousands, feeding thousands, healing thousands from her store; the Greatest Mother in all the World the RED CROSS. Millions of loyal Americans will pledge a part of each month's earnings during June, July, August and September. water-soake- d forth STRETCHING favoringher hands to all in need; knowing no J. E. Stormes and R. . McRoberls Mutton and Wool In Thla FJock. whatever small quantities of grain may he nccessnry for the lieutth und thrift of the flock: nation I: Corn stovtr 2 pounds (amount not amount full. legume har, 2 pounds, Ration I: Oat straw or com stovsr, Lrirums S pounds. hay, 2 pounds. Time the Only Cure. Nothing but time will get the hero of sixteen out of the notion of marrying the heroine of fourteen. It may take a month. Best Methods. An ounce of prevention Is worth well, you know what It Is. The best wny to put out a Are Is not to let It start. The best way to cure a cold Is ' not to have one. ' The Idea. "I see where Smythe has got Into trouble by nn abusive letter to the man who Injured him." "That's so. Justice does not always allow a man to write his wrongs." eats What Will You Do To Help? 7 Red Cross 2nd War Fund May 20-2- nation i: Oat straw, $100,000,000 must Is! raised In America Bliss, m Xraum I pound. hay, pounds. 2 pounds. Coffey, nt the Illinois experiment stntlon, found that when fed to yearling wethers with com nnd corn corn stover nnd ont straw gave practically the same dally gains per hend. A third lot getting nlfnlfn n the dry roughage gained slightly more. Katlsfnetory gains have never heen made In fattening lambs when corn stover or ont strnw hns formed the sole rnughnge. When mod with leguminous hay (or leguminous liny und stlngc) nnd the usunl grain ration.- - the gain have heen slightly smaller than those obtained when nothing hut leguminous hay was used, while the cost of the ration 1ms been considerably decreased. Brory cent given 'to Hod Cross War Fund goes helping the starving women and children In Italy It performs for War Relief. districts of France-anmilitary service. A soldier who knows The American Red Cross Is the largest and most Is helping his family fights with efficient organisation for the relief of suffering that (that Red Cross rencwea spiru. ine worm cas over seen. Thus does Red Cross help to win the wax. It Is nude up almost entirely of volunteer workCongress authorises It. ers. 10,000.000 unselfish Americans. It la today bringing relief to, suffering humanity, President Wilson beads It both military and civil, Mn every war-torAllied The War Department audits Its accounts. country. Your Army, your Navy, and your Allies enthusiIt Is there to help our soldier boys In time of astically endorse It Twenty-twneed. million Americans havo joined It Illy J To Help Win The War This Space is Patriotically L Still on the Job. "The seems to have gone out of style," remarked tho Observer of Kvents and Things, "but, don't make any mistake, opportunity Is still on the Job." Forsook Medicine for Literature. Henrlk Ibsen, tho Norwegian dramatist, at the nge of twenty wns a medical student nt the University of Chrlstlnnln. Iiefore receiving his degree n play from Ids pen wns produced nt the National theater, with such success that Ibsen concluded he would do better In the realm of literature than In that of medicine. Make the Most of Everything. If we are not doing as well as we think we ought to we may not have far to go for the trouble. Host of us have more time thnn wo profitably em ploy, more money than we actually need, n,uro talents thnn we make use of, nnd more friends than we keep In friendly touch with. If wo would make the most of everything we would do better than wo thought It possible. Donated by The National Bank. Citizens National Bank. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. SHEEP FIT IN WITH FARMING Produced More Economically Than Any Other Live Stock Qraie on Noxious Weeds. Sheep, In proportion to the vnlno of their products, nrc produced more on the farm than nny other live stock; the feed nnd luhor requirements are less. They lit In with prne-tlcnll-y every kind of f Arming; get much of their subsistence from forage, (!) Worklets Day Popular. (rom grating weVd nnd grass thnt "Dnr's a few men," said Uncle F.lien, luntMirt other stock. They would not Idea so eat nlmost no feed thnt has n vnlue "dnt took to de workless-dans human food, nnd need less grain strong dat dcy Jes" natchelly won't thnn other animals. They udd mate- give It up." in rially tn the farm revenue, but add very little, relatively, to the farm exGrounds for Quitting. pense. Mrs. Hlunderby The doctor told my nephew ho doesn't get exerclso enough i BUSINESS PARMER he must give up sedimentary work enBEST FOR tirely. Fact Remains That Purebred Animal la Best Suited for Utility Friendliness Pays. Purposea on Farm. Cultivate the liuL.lt of meeting folki friendliness. Life will rnrmers used to think thnt pure-tire- d with n show of to you If )ou tako more animals excelled common stock he nind.o sweet tn your neighbor's health, only In show qualities, nnd that for Interest utility purposea they lind no auw business, hopes, success and failures. tlonal value. Hut It bus been proved One's "John Hancock." thnt every show point hts a vital con The first man to sign Ihe Declaracectlon with utility qunlltlci, nnd after tall Is said about the uselessness of tion of Independence was John Hanfancy points, the folly of fine pedl cock and ho wrote his nnme so large grees, nud the absurdity of high priced that, as he said, King Ueorge III of ancestors, the fact remains that the England could read It without eyepure-bre- d animal Is the common-sens- e glasses. Hence the slang expression. animal for the business farmer. Dally Thought. The winds and waves are always on the side of the ablest navlgntors. (illihons. i For Sale! 25 10 Dwarf Treea In Small Gardens. Dwarf trees nrc suited to small gar. dens, they occupy little space, are easily cured for, bear sooner than standard kliids, and they are easily shaped Into bushes and pyramids, or can In used In espalier forms, trained on buildings, fences or trellises. NeedM Things. TIs a good old world to buy In, so you need u pile of wealth ; ti. stay In, so you need the best of health; to piny In, so you need to be with folks; to laugh In, so you need to tell somo Jokes; to pray In, so you need to be alone; to talk In, so you need n tele phone; to dine In, so you need your larder full; to rise In, so you need some push and pull. Farms of any size or location. ill 1 City Dwellings modern and attractive. netting 7 per cent to owners. 1 S if 3 D. Business Properties L THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Insurance. Farm Loans, I I I I 1 There Are Always Others. In every circumstance of our liven lies the stirring knowledgo that one's own case, however strange, Is far from being singular. There are others besides myself with whom Poverty has taken up Its abode: there are others from whose cup Despair has dally drunk; who, looking up from their dally bread, have found Sorrow's eyes fprcver on, them. Ijtura Spencer l r, In the Atlantic. Understood His Condition. One day as he was leaving his ofthe late Thomas H. Keed was accosted by a stranger who bad been Imbibing so freely that be was "seeing things double." After apologizing profusely, the stranger managed to ask the congressman where lie could get a car for th depot. Mr. Iteed replied: "Qo to tha next corner; there you will see two cars; take the first one; tha cthtc won't be there." fice In 1'ortland, Real Estate. Threa Permissible, Lies. "A. lloswell of Ilagdad," who Is a philosopher and a prophet In B. V. utterance to this I.uens' hook. ?! "Uvery lie shall bit of Information; no written down us a lie py me recording angels, with the exception of (!) three! a llo told In order to reconcile two men; a lying promise made by a man to his wire, and a lie in wmcn u uiiin, when engaged In war, makes a promise or threat" The Central Record. Thursday, May 9, 1918. Madison, for $100. Mr. nnd Mrs. Phil McMllllan nnd little daughter, Roberta, of Danville were recent visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. 'Elijah McMllllnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cronlcy llroaddus nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Aldridge nnd children of Lancaster, were recent guests of Mrs. Mary A. Sanders. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Sanders and Messrs Clyde Sanders nnd Karl llroaddus motored to Cottonburg Sunday nnd were entertained by Airs. Llnila Sanders nnd inmiiy. to Several from here motored Stanford Wednesday night to hear J. E. Jorgenson, of Louisville, who is holding a meeting at the Church of Christ, nt that place. Mr, nnd Mrs. Itoyston liay enter tnined quite n number of their friends "at dinner Sunday. Misses Price and Metcnlf of Hack- ley are visitors of Mrs. Robert Car tcr this week. ObOODED STOCK "I'm so rervouj." How many women say that? But you don't need to be, and you'd better tet over that case of nerves before it it too late. .Nervousness ii very often simply indigestion. Because food is not properly digested, liver, kidneys and other organs are not properly nourished. They get weak and fail to carry off the poisons of the body, and gradually the nerves, because they have to be nourished the same as the rest of the body, become weakened and diseased. To get your health back, begin taking vin iiepatica, me great nature ana nerve remedy and universal system purifier. Then the body will regain strength. "I was so nervous I could hardly bear for anyone to talk' is the way Miss Hazel Lancaster, of If. Oglethorpe, Ca., describes her case. And, of course, she was greatly troubled with indigestion. Vin Hepatica completely restored her to heaitn, and she never weanes ol telling her friends what it did for her. We can tell you of other cases, no less wonderful, Wa urpe you to try It. We have recommended it to others and it hasn't failed to give relief yet. R. E. McRob.rL. Nervousness Chestnut sorrel, 15H hands high nnd n fine Individual. He will moke COMBINED HOUSE ReJ sorrel, four white feet, 15.3 hands, four years ol.l and absolutely sound. the season of 1018 nt my barn 3Ji miles t'ost of Lancaster nnd 2J4 Sired by Chester Chief 1129. he by Chetcr Dsre 10. Dsm American miles below IlynttsuUtc at Maid 120S3.. by American Eagle 2054, he by Rex Squirrel 2nd, 20S3. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT This horse possesses the style of the Cheiter Dsre family, with good bone and short back and an attractive looking hone. Thrlvlne 5795, fired by Rex Peavine. 17110. he by Hex McDonald 833. by Rex Denmark 840, by Crlglers Denmark. A high class Jack five rears old, standard color, black with white points, Dam, Guilty 9050, by Verdict H21, by Cerro Gordo 1022, good head, neck and earrlarge foot and bone with gooJ length and broad breast Squirrel 58. ed. This Jack is a prompt performer and a sure breeder, and sires a high class type of mule ot uniform size. Will nlso nt the same time nnd place stnnd my big black Jack This stock Is young, fre.h and ready. They will make the season of;i918 at my stable six mites from Lsnuster and three miles from liryantsville near the Lexington pike on the Rout 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. Bryantsville Phone 47-- Lien retained on colt until season is pild. (known as the Matk Coins Jack) He is 15.1 hands high, good bone and head nnd a number He will make the season nt JAKE Robt. R. Fox, rJute Lancaster, Ky. one Jack. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. IT IS SERIOUS Fail To Realize Some Lancaster People Golden Emerald Rich sorrel Stallion, foaled 1911; 1200 pounds. 1G 6827. hands high and weighs Season due if mare is purled with. Care taken to picvent not responsible should any cccur. The Serionsnesi cl A Bad Back. J., The constant aching of a bad back, Sired by Golden King, dam Enteral Queen. The weariness, the tired feeling. Sanders Bros, sold, a horse to Bred by J. tiano Johnson of Mt Sterling. The pains nnd aches of kidney ills James Hasty for $150. May result seriously if neglected. you want to raise mares that will sell, or raise the top kind of If Mrs. Mary B. Preston continues Dangerous urinary troubles often quite ill at this writing. mules that bring the extra high price, then breed to Golden Emerald. follow. Mr. Robert Curtis nnd family He will make the season of 1018 nt the barn of T. L. Ynntis. two This Lancnster citizen shows you were visitors nt Buckeye, Sunday. whnt to do. miles from Lancaster on Buckeye road at Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Sanders were Parker Jenkins, stationary enginvisitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. San- eer. Water Works Road, Lancaster, TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ders Sunday. says: "My work calls for a lot of Sunday School progressing stooping over and this caused my is Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or parted with. Care tak nicely at this place and we will be kidneys to get out of fix. I had en to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. glad to have mors come out. dull pains across my back and loins. A. T. nnd J. I. Sanders sold two My kidneys acted too frequently beef cows to Davidson and Tomlin-so- n and then again were sluggish and the secretions contnlne'd a brickdust- at 10 2 cents per pound. I used Doan's Kid like sediment. Miss Ida Mae Sanders of Lancaster, was the week end guest of her ney Pills, which I bought at R. E. McRobcrts Pharmacy. The back brother, Mr. Thompson Sanders. ache left me nnd my kidneys be By Ramey Denmark Mesdnmes V. L. and James SanHe by Hamlet 1U by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 61. ders, and Mr. Clyde Sanders were came healthy." Price 60c, nt nil dealers. Don't Kogers Denmark, 1st dam Miss Ogdcn by Drennon Denmark. in Richmond, shopping recently. simply ask for a kidney remedy 2nd dam Miss Wallace, by Iiutler Denmark, by Hamlet 113. Mr. Wiley Hager nnd family of get Doan's Kidney Pills the same He is ten years old, dark bay with white star, 15) hands, showng all the Jessamine nre with her parents, Air. that Mr. Jenkins had. Foster-Mil- gaits under saddle. He is just as good individual as hit pedigree would indicate nnd Mrs. J. 0. Hardin for the week burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N Y. and has proved a good sire, his colts having good action, lota cf style and easily end. controlrd. This horse will make the season Mrs. Mary A. Sanders, and daughBOOKKEEPING on White Lick, 2J miles south west of Taint of 1913 at the farm of 11. IC. Conn Lick, at V- Buslness.Phonography ter. Miss Peachie Mae, were visitors wTTWV iirawiuimuua of Mrs. Sam Johnson, nt Lancaster, I TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. TELEGRAPHY last Friday. W1LIURK SMITH BUSINESS COLLEQE At same time and place will stand'my tp'endid five jesr old Jack Angle Sanders bought a saddle FrMHont ba Trof iptrUne la mrrctntlU horse from Jesse Sanders for $150. Itt tonkin butlaMi. tlao 0 ytt flaratlac tV tal ww anil wnma for A Living Colt. To John Grey Tliur now. foaac of-- l 1111 also one from Bob Whittakcr a, aw n isauaaiaa av 1 JOHN' GRAY is a gray Jack, IS hands high, good bone and ear and con-- ! sidered one of the best Jacks irt this neighborhood. He is royally bred being by Long Tom. he by Wm. Todd's big Jack, he by Marmaduke. 1st dam by Hilly llreckinridge, he by Iiourbon Chief, Inl dam by Bourbon Chif, Ch.itnut Sullion, Foiled May 14, 1912. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Sired by Rex Peavin. No. 1796, by Rex McDonald No. 833, by R.x Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Sesson due when mare ii bred to another horse or jack, or sold or parted with. Denmark 840 dam Bourboniit No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Bast) by Bourlit bon Chief 976, by Harrison Chi.f 1606, by Clark Cki.f 89. 2nd dam Judy Oliver 6407, by R.d Cloud 2197, by Indian Chi.f 1718. Route No. 3. Paint Lick. Ky. 3rd dam by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam Daughter of Sim's Clark Chi.f 2575. Rowland P.avine is a rich chestnut, with atar and snipt atands 15.3 SEASON fulls weighs 1100 poundtf alx y.ars old. As you will s. from tb. above breeding, b. has th. blood of th. best show bors.s K.ntucky has .v.r produced, and is on. hims.lf. You should s. this hors. bfor booking your mar. You rar.ly .v.r have th. opportunity to br..d to a hors. as fashionably brad at th. small of IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, '6470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1018, AT OUR FARM SIX S20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY., AND NEAR McCREARY, Will mak. the season of 1918 at my stabl. on East Main street. Money due at birth of colt or wh.n mar. is parted with or br.d to oth.r AT $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL stock. ,we believe we are ottering a horse with richer blood lines than any Saddle Stallion standing at three times the fee. He has for his sire Champion Iiourbon Star, who won in more classes than any horse in Kentucky during his show career . Bourbon Star was sired by Iiourbon King, he by Iiourbon Chief and so on down through the Chief family. STAR CHESTER, C470, by Bourbon Star, 2312, he by Bourbon King, 178S, he by Bourbon Chief, 97G. Bourbons Brown Stullion with three while feet 15 hands high, will weigh 1100 Star's dam Ella Rodman, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. pounds, has long fine neck, fine head tet on high nice thin withers, good short dam was Ermine Dare, 8331), by STAR CHESTER'S back with us good a tail m ever was on a horse, good bone and good feet. v Daro Devil, 1970, by Chester Dare 10. Second dam Daughter, ly Chester Dare, 10. I Crlclers Il.om.rk f Rex p.nmtrk Sio. You can readily see we are ottering the blood which Is ul1 flies MvDoDstd In our greatest Champion Saddle Horses of the day. I Lucy liliek Muktl.. ((Mar P.iulrrelM SI Itex Monroe Will also at the same time and place stand two good jucl:s. At (llerzoss 'A iUalues Ueoiuark FRANK ARNOLD. COY MILTON. A good Registered He will make the season of 191S at my place one and one-hamile 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. lf $10. lion, weight 1550 pounds, has been standing in Jessamine county for four years and proven to be a great breeder. Percheon Stal- YANTIS C& EMBRY. ROGERS DENMARK 416 $10.00 H. G. KING. CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. at $8. Insure Rowland Peavin,? 6053. GREY EAGLE Grey Eagle Is five years old, 16 hand high and a splendid Percheon type. He Is a dapple grey and built from the ground up. He is by an Imported horse and his dam and Imported mire by old Prince. H. P. CONN, Taft Napoleon 6296 is 1GH hands high, standard measure. 1913. 1918 f. Star Chester, Also 6470 Hills Napoleon 4th, 6295 Is 15 hands high by the standard. These Jucks ore by Hills Nopoleon 3rd, 37CC; he by Baughmnns Napoleon 2354; by fltst NopoUon 17i?C;l.e by Old Nt-- i oliui. The dam being Kcntuckjs INst, 2CM; tie by Joi n Morfon. Sr 1054 by Mamisduke. 1430, by Blue Ribbon. Kentucky Dost. 2nd dam Joe Blackburn 1454; 3rd dam Daisy 1215. This horse and these Jscks will stsnd at my place on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike, one mile South of Buckeye at the esme prices; C. fjdilev),, Stanford, 4099 KU- KING MONROE, $8.00 for Horse Colt. $10.00 for Mare Colt. for Jennet. $20.00 These Jscka are 6 y.ars old, souid, black with white points and have proven to be number one breeders. All care taken to prevent accidents but not resionsible should tny occur a a o ej Phone 338-G- . T. O. HILL, Buck'eye, Ky. o u c o I Lou , jsuinterJfumerkGa I Chief Napoleon, 5107 fUtum.rk Uflrmdl Jr..llW 1 IMS I I Mirnhrluo LeGrndt Mambrlno Le Grand W !au CO faille lluekm.n I Sl.'l c J Black Diamond, iQueeu. .. Klemle Jr.!I Black Diamond Dan f I Rumpt.r Peomark Ci will stand at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. $25. for Jennet. Chief Napoleon, C107, has proven himself to be a good BLEUCHEE 46158 This well bred and well known show hojse will make the season of 1918, at my barn at Jennet Jack. KING MONROE has as much style speed and action as any saddle horse living. It can be trcn that this horse belongs to the greatest family df the saddle horse being a real Denmark. You can make no mistake Study Ids pedigree and be convinced. by breeding to this hone. He will get you saddle horses of the highest Every type. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more In demand. man should breed his mares 'and breed them to the best, KING MONROE will make the present season at my barn at at $8.00 and $10.00 to Insure. He Is 15 2 Finis Napoleon, hands high, yellow with white points, big bone ( $15. To Insure a Living Colt. Will also staid two good Jacks at $10. for mare colt and $8. for horse colt. All of the above stock will roakelthe teasen at ray farm on the Gilllipie pike tbrse miles from Faint Lick and two miles from Hackley, and body and tine head and ears. As we are standing two good Jacks this year, we will giro the farmers a chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee. paid. We retain a lien on all colts until season money Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits Insurance and must be paid ot once. Care talien to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. 1 $20. To Insure a Living Colt. It is useless to mention his brtedini! to well kncvwi is he in this community. Theie is no better bml lime living Histre nnd con' formation, his winning of the Champion Road Class and the Champion Class at the Kentucky State Fair Breeding His rolm nr Walker & A. D. Bradshaw Phones 3iil-- Places him above any other harness hone in Kentucky. nne ana sen nign when put on the market. and SC4-- N. W. ROGERS. R. F. D. No. 3. Lancaster, Ky. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 9, 1918. i FARM PREVENT DISEASES OF HOGS Mcst Important Way to Conserve and increase Perk Production Ellm-Inrl- e Mud Holts. OTtriir.,! rr.ent of Acrkullur, PRSCE CAAD . COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GAIWARD CIHCUIT William Warren, tt nl, VS. COURT. riffs, Enter contract now for your ft m AID FOR PIG CLUB MEMBERS ii,, f. ) p,,, rpurt. III the i rnlil.iii of cuncnliiir ami Increasing iKirk production. It mint be remembered tlmt one of thi eld. f foe- ur ia ine iirevcni on or .likens.,, i ' Hwlne, particularly young ntilmnls, nrc buildings for the year and SAVE! 25 O 6 per cent or more. Believe us. Healthy Plg Kept Under Sanitary Condltlent Are Dctter Able to With. atand Dlieases. I v A Hervey & Woods i susceptible or subject to ailments . lilch. If not remedied, checlcl, or pre-- I Trntri). will result lu the curtnllmcnt I of production, despite nit efforts that tuny In- - mode. Diseases of swine mny bo classed In two croup: (n) Ailments which .nrc not highly destructive nml rnn lie urat.il as n rule hy tho fnmier; (h) highly destructive diseases, purlieu-- . Inrly of Infectious orleln, which sprend ! rnpldly ancl VIII qutrkly.nnd to handle! them proicrly requires tly Hon of not only the farmers nml stock rnN rn, hut f.itenil nml Mnte olilrlals. ' in ine nrsi croup which in nui men t ! Paint Lick, Kentucky. t,..r I... I .nrl. , ailments nml omlltlnns ns pnrnsltcs, lmth liitrrnal nml external (worms nml lire) ; mnnce nml other Vli diseases; ttimom nnl ;olonlne hy net) Is nk cnutlc litnh nml mold in partner, cocklrhiirr, rottoti.-cd- , etc.; pn.uinonln; thumps, or other incentive disorders. Tluw ailments ns n rule can he renillly trratiil hy .fforts of the fnrniir himself, anil the nppllcn. Hon of home remedies often proven effective In their cure. Preventive mens-urc- s nt nil times should he oherveil, such n proper houslne nnd feeding, rnnltnry conditions of arils nml shel- -' clean .lrlnllne wnt.r, nml trr, ntxne nil the elimination of filthy mudholos. Sow Soy Beans i . o'clock, a. m., on MONDAY, MAY 27, 191H, Increased Membership Will Be Great t bi.ng the first day of the (jnrra 1 Jaunty Court Term, the real ejlato Help In Increasing Production iientlone.1 in the plcadirps a'ld of Needed Pork. lescribed as follows. d Btcjinninc at three notches n.nv (rrejau-eby the United Statu Department of Agriculture.) ut nl fence in drain un I 111 feet One of (he most potent ways of In- - west of n dead douhl In creasing the numlier of hoes is hy en-- ! 'Ine to Davis Suttcn anil collier to coiirnelns more tmya and drl to Join lne. rcmainuer; inence now line tj plR clutn. In the past these clubs ?al'' remainder up said drain or l:o!-han'i ?cr0" ft riI,K? ,N 3!.':! ri been markedly suceeful. They .ui c,ia:ns. 10 a noini in midnic er ,e means oi iniro-mcin.e ., that runs from the purebred hoK, into many communl. of orcfcarilf ,bW point is 14 linkscnN um. ,ir.i,K me euiiHiuni in iMifc-- i uu 1.4 yv from n marked mulberry ns well ns linprnvlni; the conditions , .lomtcr, stnudinR on the N. E. bank under which they nre kept nnd the , of hollow; thenco down said hollow care riven them. The number of plfi j and with itr meanders W 3.05 clnbi In the Northern ntntes on June , chains to --. stake on Wert bank and SO. 1917, totaled 1,037: In the South nbcut ,15 ,,cr-- ucst ,f the mouth of rom t!?0 the number of community clubs is be- -' " ,a.lI ""U":. f "tcf in,R tween wjjo and and ,n almost , every nre fov.nd members of plK 0f said hollow nnd on the South clubs. Althouch the number Is large, bank of another hollow in line to It Is poslb1e to increase it rrently by Mrs. Rolindr. Hill, and new corner to forming more clubs In counties where j befcre-mcntlcnc- d remainder; thence there nre nsrents to direct properly with said Hill, up last named hollow S 08 E 1.00 chains to a point on tho efforts of the youns people. In order to Mlmulnte these activities, the South bank S 83 E 6.00 chains to a department durlnc the pat year has Pomt in. ml''' S 40 L 4.20 chains nild.il to Its force several pis clul. 1 i'"''' h specialists, nnd n number of ..." atrrl i ?nd corner to 12 W 2.53 up right the hand hollow S chains to cultural colleges have done likewise. a point 10 feet west of middle S 7 In this work, it Is of first Importances E 1.S5 chains to n point on west tnnt proper lntructions be (riven to i bank S 20 4 E 2 chains S 45 the members In regard to all phases of E4.40 chains to a double black husbandry so thnt clubs will be I cust S 22 E 1.77 chains to a point successful In bringing to market n ' in middle of Lancaster nnd Buckeye large percentnee of the pigs under , Turnpike; corner to Forbes; thence middle of said pike S 7.82 W their care, nubs should not be '1 11 Icnry Warren, ct el Defts. Pursuant to n hi Jccir.ent rest d et the March Term, 1018. the .indcrsicncd Commissioner will act t puMtc e.uc'.ion befcre the C mrt Mouse Door in Lancaster, Keiiijc-;- y, at 1". itZVl? Zti Ti?' nbcee; 'US' ' ith Corn. pil We have a fine lot of Lexington and ' nncc that sufficient feed will be avail- able to bring the pigs to maturity. Swine breeders' associations have been active for a number of years In assisting pig cluh members to secure purebred hoes at reduced tirlccs. This lias made It nolble for members to obtain good stock with which to lny i .i... i ti . The result has been the Intro- ductlon Into many communities of de- Kimble breeding stock and the stlmu-- , Intlon of more widespread Interest In good quality hogs. Swine breeders' associations doubtless will be willing to continue In the future the assistance to club members In the past. Hankers In many etntes have real- Ucd the value of pig clubs as a menns point about 20 feet north of milI(ic. thcncc ieavinB pike and with Dav's Sutton line N S3 W 13.80 chains tj containing 20.28 the beginning, acres. " the land ordered sold, is sold Jct the life estate of Zack ,to The interest herein ordered sold. sub- Simp- -' ' son in said land. Tho nnrnni. nf flio sola "hornm in "J ... ; . t .V. i the infant pIaint;ff3 and defendants herein. TERMS, The sale will be made on n credit f six and twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to exc-clvcute bonds with approved security price, uonts fur ccanng e x percent interest irom " i'uio hu FEEDING THE SUCKLING PIGS Qood Shelled Corn la Particularly When They Oeflln to Note Around for Food. "Pekin" Soy Beans, New Crop. Sow beans with corn and get a good stand. h'.or,eVT,h"nPr0Tln,f T' Wf-:dff- t (Prom the UnltM siIm Prartmnt of Acrlculture.) When the pics are about three weeks old, Mim. tlmes less, they will becln to noK nround for somethlnc to ent. If they nre (Mills to .hi n they hiiuld thl Mtnethlns tnut be fupiill.il. One of the .. "t feeils nt this pnrtlculnr time Is shrll.il corn. It should be'ln n self-fm- l. r In n pen where the pics can p to It nnd III not Ik liothereil by nny of the nut of the hoes. This can be nrrnnceil by a creep Jut Inrce enouch to admit the pin handily. Don't forvret ' t,n .Ii...... II. Hi. r..tltrM emw null, I rapidly nnd from time to time the, creep must te made lnrcer. After the I pllts nre 4 or fl weeks old. especially If ' they do not have cnd trass pasture, llie nd.llllon of some shorts, tnnknee, or oil menl Is advisable. Notlilns( would lie better, however, tnnn sum r In which Is milk. The kept corn and other foils should be up until wenn-In- e mnlntnln.il rlcht iilnne time, nnd after that If the rle Is Intend.Ml for market purines, lies 'to be used for breeding purisiwa may nil the time be kept on a villi spl.nilld results, but In some cases they net too fat nml locy and do not take the proper exercise. The most profitable plK Is tho one that never quits crowine irom inrronniK ho Is driven over tho scales. PRODUCTION Judgment upon ,vhich execution mav issue, navable o W. H. Brown, Master Commis-jsion- er of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II. BKOWN. M. C. G. C. C. K. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for Tiffs. The Slacker's Lord. "De I'leeei' IoimI flniie folks has got Pof "a HUDSON, HUGHES & FARHAU Lancaster, Kentucky. "Is . trr'n full of .kiim-- s fer gettln" o:it V ilnlu' de right thine at de right time iVr !ntan, f it's wood-cut-ti.!. y. I'.-- : tn't got no nx ; an' ef dey got u n, .hy nln't no grlnditono ter shrrpen It; an". f .'. erlinlone's ilar, lie veil's g, ne dry ".it' .ley's no water Iter wet It!" Atlbiitu M I tcr inrry,- - berved Iirotber Williams, " - ,. . ;.V NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR Refrigerator WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF NEW ICEBERGS THE BEST REFRIGERATOR MADE. THE NEW ICEBERG WILL PLEASE YOU IN APPEARANCE, QUALITY AND PRICE. The New Iceburg, as shown here, is guaranteed to give satisfaction. By actual test it preserves food beter and requires at least 3 less ice than any other refrigerator" built. We are showing them this season in the White Enamel, Porcelain and Zinc lines; in all sizes ranging in price from $10.00 on up to $50.00. 1-- I OF LIVE STOCK .1 Good Permanent Pastures, Leaumlnou Crops, Silo and Purebreds Are Essential. the Unltnl Ststes Hfpaftment of Aerlculture.) Where live stock Is a factor on the nnd form, make every field hog-tleh-t hoep-tleh- t; have thorouehly gotxl permanent pastures; grow leguminous crops; build a silo; and keep only purebred males. These five things nre essential In tho economical production of live) stock. Of course, this program calls for some labor und expense, but tho permanent condition of prosperity In the sections devrted to live stock production Is proof of the pood profit derived therefrom. trVom ATTENTION GIVEN BABY BEEF Industry Increasing In Importance on Account of the Scarcity of Feeder Cattle. With the growing scarcity of feeder cattle and tho advance In value of Industry farm lands, the baby-bee- f li of Increasing Importance nnd la receiving the attention of farmers Id all Uvo ttock sections of the Sapp-Slat- on Furniture SUCCESSOP.3 TO A. F. WHEELEIt FUUN1TUKE CQ. Co. Danville's Largest furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Pig Club Memjer With His Prize Pig. the production of meat and teaching the members good business methods. i Not n few bankers have made It pos sible for worthy club members to se cure pigs on their personal notes. In GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. pig Is obtained j this way a well-breTomlinson, Plaintiff. iiiruugu ine euoris 01 a coumy ngenc VS. or pig dub lender or specialist and Robert Jones, Defendant, a bunker. The member Is given the Pursuant to n judgment rendered opportunity to pay for It from the pro-- at the March Term, 1018, tho undcr- coeds of tho pig as a meat animal or signed Commissioner will sell at from ilm ante of ofrmriiiir in ens,, of n public auction .hefore the Court Door nt breeding animal. Often the member House 11 o'clock Lancatter. Kentuc a. m. on enters Into a business ugreement (with ky, at MONDAY, MAY 27, 101S, the parent' consent) with tho banker and thus secures a pig when oth- It being the first day of the Carrard erwise It would tinvo been Impossible County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the for tho child to have Joined the club. cribed as follows: pleadings nnd desIn other Instances the bankers have In Garrard County, Kentucky, bought bred gilts to be bred nnd near Preachcrsvilic, and bounded ns given them to club members with tho f dlows: Hounded on the South understanding that two pigs wero to bo Bnd East by the lands of Richard returned fur the original gilt loaned. Bunrerner. and on the east bv the Theso pigs In turn are lent to other 'anils of Albert Church, and on the oouth by the lands of Arthur This plan Is the children. and on the North by tho endless chain contract. Either plan land of Squire Pointer, nnd lias resulted In Increasing Interest In about 150 acres, the interest pie clubs with its accompanying ex- to bo sold in the one undivided ono pansion In the supply of pork products third interett in said land, subject and the Instruction In swine husbandry to tho dower interest of which Is a pnrt of the club work. The Jones, wife of Wyatt Jones. banker thus helps to lay a foundation The purpose of this sale is to for the prosperity which will bo last- satisfy the debt of the plaintiff, R. ing. Tho money received from tho H. Tomlinson, which amounts to, tale of hogs will bo expended In fur- principle and interest up li tho day ther developing tho county. Every of sale to $05.70. with the estimamerchant In the county will profit, the ted cost of the action amounting to $70.00. banks will get more deposits, and the TERMS. farmers will have more money with I The sale will be made on n credit which further to develop their farms. of six months end the purchaser will be required to execute bond v. ith approved security for the purSuitable Hay for Horses. To make hay suitable for horses at chase price, said bond bearing six hard work alfalfa must be allowed to per cent interest from date until become rather mature before cutting; paid, having the force and effect of In fact, tho field should be In full u judgment upon which execution iray Issue, payable, to W. II. Drown, bloom before tho mower Is started. I Master Commissioner of the Car rara urcuit court, and a lien win Pigs Cet Better Start be reserved upon the property sold lies raised by n mature sow get until the purchase money is paid, a better start while young and five W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C, greater profits than the pigs from It. II Tomlinson, att'y or riff. young. Immature sow. Enthusiastic COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. a The Central Record, Thursday, May 9 1918. w 5 t- - rsegmnmg i 3 minursaay w and ContinuingJ for Ten Davs.' We Offer Our Entire Stock of i may mn Ti IT I 1 S ! TAILORED SUITS, SILK SUITS, COATS, SILK DRESSES AT VERY SPECIAL PRICES. All these great garments are the very latest styles and Lest materials and workmanship, higher, but we simply have too much stock and take this method of reducing our lines. I I I I Z nnd would cost much more to replace today, and will be much !V INo Garments Sent On Approval During This Sale. COATS We have nearly one hundred excellent Coats, made of PURE Wool materials, in BJack, Navy, Tans, Grays, Pekins, Sand and ''Mixtures all of which on today's market more than our regular Would cost prices. Wkso a number of flne Silk Coats, in black and colors. AH" Coats will be offered at special prices during this sale, only. one-four- th TAILORED SUITS. 550 TAILORED SUITS (except navy and black) sale price $35 $45. TAILORED SUITS (except navy and black) $32.50 540. TAILORED SUITS (except navy and black) 35. TAILORED SUITS (except navy and black) 525. TAILORED SUITS (except navy and blue) SIbK DRESSES We offer for your choosing more tnan one hundred ami fifty of the season's newest ideas in Silk Dresses. These will be offered $29.S0 $25.00 $19.75 at vcry'low prices for this sale only. Dresses suitable for street wear, for afternoons and for evening SILK TAILORED SUITS WILL BE OFFERED AT REDUCED PRICES DURING THIS SALE. at all prices from $14.75 to $50.00. jstew liiste All STjnycnvcujE, ONLY, As We have just received our line of Summer Dresses, consisting of the latest New York ideas in Ginghams, plain and Printed Voiles, Linens, The range of prices is 55.75 to 525.00, and in a great variety of styles and colors. Net Organdies, Etc. dresses Prices Are For TEN DAYS Prices Are Advancing Every Week. A. R. MUSICAL LECTURE Robertson & Bro DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. railroad officials "as they belong to recommendation of federal authoriUncle Sam" they arc arretted and ties who sought a legal cause to rea The heavily fined, the penalty is thirty voke the federal licenses. E A SUCCESS, days In jail and a iiuulrct dollai af the action will be watched the with great interest all over fine. Jackson and Snttd Are Grateful For The He further said It was noised country, as, if the action is in acthroughout the land, that Montgcm cord with state and national law, s. Support Gircn Them. ji cry had the reputation of being the the country will have been shown II combating s. We with to thank the good cltl-z- most moral, religious, cleanest arid a practical means of EVERY SHOULD m both white and Mack, f.? their healthiest city in the south. ATTEND. How this great evil. s. hearty support and presence pt the could It be otherwise, as Montgom2. lecture. W'e also wish to thank Mr. ery has tl'.e wide world reputation HAMMACK There will be music and good speaking at the Red Cross Mass Meeting Elkln for the most excellent notice of being blessed with the purest and Mr. and Mrs. Green Sutton visitgiven me In the paper. Also the best artesian water that flows thru to be held at the following points in Garrard county. Come and bring ed Mrs. D. G. Ross, Sunday. white pastors did ua much service mother earth's bosom. 0. L. Hammack of Paint Lick 7. by urging their good people to be the family. It will do you good. Will G. McKinney. made a flying visit here Sunday. present, brethren, we think ycu for Montgomery, Ala., May 2, 1018. n this service. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cook visited if We much epprcciate the se rvico cf Mr. and Mrs. Luther McQuorry on RESOLUTIONS. who the pianist end the s.ngrs Sunday. much elated the Lecture. Lancaster Lodge No. 104, F. and Mr. John K. 0. Hammack sold A. M. Lancaster, Ky., May 6, 1918. Doler a bunchof sheep last week, Whereas, God in His Infinite wis- price unknown. CITY SOUTHERN dom has seen proper to call, on Back our boys who are fighting; May 1th.. 11)18, our brother, WilUNDER SACRED LAWS. liam 1). Meson from labor to re- for us at the front with Red Cross Givo fraclr. dollars. humbly submit to Ills ilj. Will C. McKinney, well known freshment, wc In Mr. and Mrs. Menifee McQucrry ii one whom will, honoring death and well remembered In this county, arc rejoicing over tho arrival of a whero he has many friends, hus sent wo loved nnd honored in life. Therelino boy, named, Joseph Elbert. the follow ing Interesting communi- fore be it n The Sheriff captured Will HarItesolvcd. That In the death of cation to the Montgomery Alabama night and ris, colored, Saturday Journal, In which city Mr. McKin- our brother, Lancaster Lodge No. landed him in the Lancaster Jail. K. and A. M. has lost an honorney is now stationed nnd holds n We have a limited amount of rye lucrative position with the L and N ed and faithful member, and the community a true and loyal citizen. flour, wc will sell to those who want railroad. guests of Mrs. A. T. Howling on Resolved, That wc extend to the It, in 13 and 24 pound bags. MANSE. Dally Thought "Editor Montgomery Journal: Wednesday evening. Garrard Milling Co. There's Ufa alono In duty done, sod The other day a commercial gen- bereaved family our deepest symIs very III. Mrs. Rhodus rest alone In striving. Wblttler. Fayette Chadwelt met with bad Mrs. Hugh Conn and children tleman bobbed up serenely at the pathy in their loss. Mr. Otto Cowling is visiting his Itesolvcd, That n page of our luck last week, lie got his hemp crop nnd Mrs. Otto Bowling spent FriUnion depot, lie said that he had sister, Mrs. Whltit. Unexplored Canada. to his memory; Mr. Jurt arrived from Jacksonville, Fla., record bo dedicated resolutions be all burned up by somo colored boys. was the day night and Saturday with Miss Martha Hhodus It Is believed that nearly 30 per cent things that a copy of these ami Mrs. Cameron I'rcwltt. nnd that he saw and heard The people In this neighborhood week end guest of Mrs. Otto Howl. nf Canada Is still midlicoverrd, and If while sojourning there, that almost sent to his family; and a copy to the are sorry to hear of the deaths of Ing. We are heating our corn to about Indian reports are to bo believed there-Ihim nnd they are stamped Central ltccord for publication, In startled of Mr. Mason and Mr. Cochran, Little Edward Anderson who has 300 degrees und then thoroughly one oftho basin of tho Mackenzie river 1. II. Hopkins, never to be forthe Inrgest areas of Hsslhla oil. on his memory Lancaster. Just undergone an operation, Is do- drying it before grinding. It has bearing country bn the fnco of tho II. V. Hustin, gotten. pur the same clfect as kiln Drying and' earth. Mined whast bran, Ing nicely. W. A. Wheeler, Thn Indians reiwrt tho exisHe told that Governor Catts was Committee. Northern whit oats, flour in sacks) Mr. George Lcc Adams and fam-il- y mure, the heat drives all odor nnd tence of lakes a hundred miles long In making quite an enviable reputation impurities from kiln dried corn mal in sacks. it before it is Yukon that no, white man has ever spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. for being n very patriotic pious law ground, rendering it pure and whole- seen, while even the Indians apparHudson, Hughs and Farnau, John Roberts. The State Hoard of Medical maker, nnd that the citizens of some. Try it, tell your Grocer you ently know nothing of the as yst unMr. Hen Slpple and family made of Tennessee have recently living under u RED CROSS is a vital n.c Th. Fla., wero want Garrard Milling Co., meal, trodden Mackenzie mountains. visit to Hammack Sunday sslty In wtnntnj th War. Give and you will have the best. Sacred lawj that whenever n large taken action that will uttract nation- a flying then attended Sunday pur- wide attention, when that body re- morning to this causa.' whistle, that was made for the urvly the Limit ' ifrtaly Garrard Milling Co. School at Good Hope church. pose, blows at 0 o'clock p. m. It is a voked the licenses of four physicians Mason and Miss Ilhodus There seems no limit to the outrage convicted of violating the Harrison ' We are heating our corn to about I were tho guests of Mrs. T.J. Under-- , on the king's English wrought by cinewarning for the saints and sinnere OLD FALSE Tennessee was 300 degrees and then thoroughly wood, Wednesday. TEETH WANTED ma theater proprietors. "Featuring" law. to como'to a halt and pray for one DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. was an abomination which moved to up against the fact that so long ns drying it before grinding. It has minute for the success of the allies. Northarn whita faad, or scad oats We pay up to $15 jjaMt. physicians retained their tho same effect as kiln Drying and 111.10 par buthsl. con- these Also revolt all lovers of our language; "pic The pedstrlans, equestrian.), cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken turasatlon" was worse, but there, It ductors on street cars, chauffeurs, state licenses, tho federal authori- more, the heat drives all odor and Hudson, Hughas and Farnau. Jewelry. Check sent by return wus thought, atrocities would stop. hackmen and draymen ha a to stop ties had no power to refuse license. Impurities from it before It U Mrs. Homer Highland and mall. Goods held 10 days for senders But no. From the top of a picture ground, rendering It pure and wholetheir machines and vehicle on the As the violations of the psent Sunday with her brother approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth paluce In South London flaunts In big laws had become flagrant In that some. Try It, tell your Grocer you busy streets and offer up prayer. tetters the announcement that there Is' Mr, Uurdetto Marshbanks. Specialty, Dept. A.. 2007 S. Bth St.,' presented "the plcturlnatlon of SulliAnother thing is worthy of mention; state, the authorities determined on want Garrard Milling Co., meal, Mrs. J. T. Underwood, Mr. Mason I'Mlauelphla, l'a. you will have the best, van' celebrated song, "The Lust If .any one Is heard speaking dispar- drastic measures and revoked the and ' Garrard Milling Co. and Miss Martha Ilhodus were the Chord.' "London Chronicle. agingly about any government or licenses. The action was taken on i Red Cross Mass Meeting. PATRIOTIC CITIZEN Paint Lick, Monday, May 20th, Bryantsville, Tuesday, May 21st, Buckeye, Wednesday May 22nd, Cartersville, Thursday, May 23rd, Buena Vista, Friday May 24t?h, DON'T FORGET THE DATES. 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m 10-1- , I fd, -, I I chll-dre- c '