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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 30, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918053001_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 30, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 30. 191 8. DR. ADAMS. Dr. M. 11. Adams, President of Georgetown College, will preuch the sermon to the graduating class of RED CROSS FUND LARGELY the Lancaster High School, on June OVERSCRIBED. 2nd, nt 8 o'clock. P. M. NUMBER 0 pFlEl !! 1 rlFlE $11,230.00 TEACHERS MEETING. GARRARD COUNTY I'ROUD OF ITS ' i. JLJ- - - m ' . ' C t.k.i.l f w. . t- -, tliJ. "J hi tout wum U. State Supervisor of l'.ural Schools, Hon, J. 11. Chapmnn, will (peak at the court home next Saturday after noon. All the trustees and teach' ers in (Jarrord courtty ore expected to attend this Important and in tractive meeting. A NICE ENTERTAINMENT. The people of the Marksbury section were cry pleasantly entertain ed last Saturday evening hy the clos ir.g exercises given hy the pupils of I'.icc Academy Sciool, The program consisted mainly, of patriotic pieces with a few laughable A rmall collection was tak farces. en at the door, which will be spent in improving the surroundings of the school house. RECORD. The people of Garrard County nre feeling yood today. Ten days ago when the Ited Cross Campaign Com- m mittee asked: "What nre you goir.g to Jo to help the Ked Crosss work along!" there were some doubters who said that the county could never raise the quota ulloted which was $7,000. They were wrong, however, ns a total of nearly $ 11,250.00 has been paid Into the banks of Lancaster, every dollar of which will go to this great work of mercy; and every dollar of it will be needed and every dollar will be well and wisely and economically expended. prom the total amount raised some $2800.00 will come back to the local Chapters, and in addition to this.amount some $270.00 more will come to the name chapters as their part of the $3000,000.00 donated by the thoroughbred and fine horse interests of Kentucky to local Red Cross work. Thij money will provide funds ample to meet the needs tf these Chapters for some time to come. Too much cannot bo said in praise of the generous contributions and the unstinted services given freely and gladly by the patriotic men and women, boys and girls of the county By working toin this campaign. gether we have exceeded our quota by over CO per cent. We have not the space to give credit to all of those to whom credit is due. Suffice it to say that Paint Lick, Bry- Lancaster antsville. Buckeye and have all gone over the amount asked of them. The leaders in these sections of the county have all covered themselves with glory and the grateful thanks of the American Red Cross Society is hereby tendered to them as well as to every man, woman or child who tried to do his or her full duty. Because it ii impossible to print in this issue all of the names of those who contributed in this cam paign, the remainder of the Honor I'.oll will be found in the issue of HEADQUARTERS FOR IEERING IIS CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT BINDE certain kind or farming implements are very hard to get. If you are interested and need MOWERS, HAY RAKES AND anything iu this Hue, give us your order now. Conn 3 Brothers. ANOTHER RECRUIT. LIVE AND LET pLc. In thu Only one countjr Jun. Slli, nd thai will b. at th COURT HOUSE. L.ncler Irom 7 A. M., to 9 P. M. The Udies Ali! Society of the Pitasant Grove church, gae a strawberry Supper lnt Thursday night, rfltrin icr tne benefit of the Red Cruss. Tuc sum of 1100. was rcalued. All cf II lnc. June S, Lit, mult r.gii-t.- r at h '.?rl lloui. m Lantmltr ICr., on nitl .Vednciuy, from 7 A. M lo C fan who hava rrachad the at P M. Mr. Wood llurnsidc has made application formal for Oversea LIVE FOLKS. work in the Army Y. M. C. A., and recomhis appointment has been mended by the local committee. ) IE Mr llurnside is both morally and physically fit for this scn.ee and his friendj hope that he will have little PROFESSOR NOE. dilficulty in getting his appointProfessor J. T C N'oe, Head of ment through. the School of Education of the University of Kentucky, will deliver the DELEGATES TO CONVENTION address to the graduating class on The State I'ederation of Women' Thursday, June Cth, at K o'clock, P. M. Club will be held at Lexington on June 10th, 11th., and Pith., and ut a recent meeting of the Women'? KILLED Club cf this city, the fallowing deleTaylor Simpson, n well known gates were named to attenJ M.. colored man, was fatally stabbed at meeting; Mesdumcs John K. Stor-tneKd. C. Cairns, and William II. lloberton, 0., where he had been The alternates named, arc workiu r nee leaving here last full Ilurton. Robert and h.j ..mains were broug'ii to Mrs. Clay Sutton and Mr Huri.u will Mclloberts, Lancaster last nigl.t. take place today. Is .! PJ j JOHN DEERE MOWERS T WIN - DEERING MOWERS rr 3J Place Your Order Now. HASELDEN jj BROS Kentucky iff Lancaster, BIDS WANTED Iliili will tie received up to one o'ciocL nrxt Saturday for budJing chairman of Mr K. H. Ledford, the annex to the Paint Lick Graded the Pntnt Lick district in the recent School. Ited Cros drive, asks us to thank his a.nociatc team workers far their GOOD COLORED BOY DIES splendid work, and whose noble ef forts and whole hearted work, mai'.e Kliaha Hobinson, a well known possible Paint Lick's full iUotn, and trusted colored boy, died at the home of Mrs. Sallic Robinion, near NOTICE TO ALL Hubble, last Friday and was buried Saturday afternoon. He was taken MEN IN CLASS ONE. suddenly with pneumonia and lived All man now In data on mutt only a week after stricken. He had lived with Mrs. Robinson since his hoM thmIvei in raadinri far infancy and was on honct and trust- vie. You may b called at any worthy boy. He was about "') years tint. When called brine final can! old. 1007 with you. Local Board Carrar 1 County K. filtration will be I..1J at the Ky. Court llouie June 5th, for all young Diamond pin, Initial 'N LOST: men who have reached 21 years of Lost during C. T. U, Convention. From 7 A. Howard for return to 11. K. Mcllob-- e since last June 5th C M to 9 P. M. rta. DR. GRATEFUL TO HELPERS. J. W. WEBER. W. Weber, tlic Patients Chiropodist, are loud in their praise j of thg good roiutta from his treat-- i Dr Web. r ha practiced, I e ment. tills us, fie r.ianv yc.irs in KcntJik), and during that time his treated some of the best families of the His advertisement appears state. on the first page f this Usui- and iie has opened an oifice at .the Simpson House cn Richmond street, where he can e sjen at any time of Or. J June Cth. HOW TO TELL There will be A, BAD EGG. nn egg candling demonstration nt the Lancaster Court house next Tuesday from ten A. M., to four P. M. Kxpcrts from the United States department of Agriculture and the Kentucky State Food and Drug Department, will show how to make an egg candler; how to candle eggs and how to prevent spoilage. Any person bringing eggs, not exceeding 30 dozen, may have them graded by the experts, free of charge. Come yourself and invite your neighbors. SENIOR PLAY. The Senior play, entitled, "Claims Allowed" will be given by the Senior class of the Lancaster High evening school nt the school auditorium. The program is printed on another page ut this Issue. Tlic admission fee will bo l'J cents, but those desiring reserved sents l apply at Mcliolt rU drug store nt or.co and fifty icnti will be charge ii fir these choice scuts. V:.e proceed! of the entertainment goes to the -- in r T.eii Crest nnd tn the local I!ed Cioss Chapter. Ccn. see a good pby and help a coil c.m?r. The Byrne Optical Service Eye& Tested. LARGE TRUCK Four Tons of Ice Go Through Iron Bridge Glasses Fined. Yeitirdr,;' afternoon about four o'clock, the large four ton truck be longing to the Danville Ice and Coal Company, and having on board four tons of ice consigned to Bastln Bros, of this city, broke through the Iron Ilridgc on tlic Danville pike, falling n distance of about twenty feet to the water below. The driver, whose name we did not learn, made a hasty exit over the engine when lie realiied the danger und escaped unhurt. The bridge gave away on the Iljyle county side the rear end of the truck going down first und now lies, bottom side up, in about four feet of water. The truck was a new one and had only made a few trips. The sight is an unusual one and is drawing many from a distance to see it. It will be several days before the bridge can be repaired. 18 Years Experience. 12 Years in Centra) Ky All the latest STYLES IN SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES. Optometrist. J. J. BYRNE AT KENGARLAN HOTEL I EMPLOY NO AGENTS. 5.00 25.00 3.00 3.00 Joe Brummett, 3.00 Mrs. J. O. Bogie 1.00 Mrs. Emma Francis. 3.00 Bailey and Moss 10.00 W. L. Law-son- , 25.00 C. S. Ballou. 5.00 Mrs. Sam Johnson, 1.00 Miss Alma Bland 50 Mr. and Sirs. Frank Marksbury.25.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders,. .10.00 Mrs. Mary Chenualt 1.00 Mrs. Sue Anderson 50 Henry Moore, Jr., 1.00 Mrs. Alvin Taylor, 1.00 Mrs. J. S. Cox 1.00 Miss Mary Doty 10.00 Miss June Doty 5.00 . A. J. P.ice, 10.00 R. L. Burton 100.00 Steve Hill 50.00 Jim Anderson, col, 1.00 It. K. Speak 50.00 J. II. Dalton, 50.00 R. "Immer, . 50.00 W. S. Embry 50.00 60,00 J. Frank Thompson, 1,00 John Morgan, S. W. Morgan, 6.00 J. T. Manuel 1.U0 S. L. Rich 25.00 T. J. Price. Jr. 5.00 II. C. Miller 1..M E. C. Cox, l.iO James Anderson, 2.00 Rice Sowder, 6.00 Mary Wootcn, 1.00 1. Bill Lawson, Tlat Woods Mrs. Bryan Sutton, 1. (5, B. Carson, 1. 10. Jim Thompson, 5. J. A. Uenzley, 5, J. It, Moorman, L. (i. Davidson 15. It. F, Agec 1. George Itny . 1. G. It, Hurt, 5. 1. Norton Sanders. I). F. Prultt 1. II. L. Wnrnock 1. Sam Pruitt l.i 1. Jumcf Casey Mrs. Sam Cotton, Dr. J. A. Amon Dave Lane, Miss Emma Walker, Sunday The Garrard County School Association Convention will PUT YOUR HUMAN be held this Saturday June 1st, at CAMERAS IN FOCUS. the Presbyterian church in Lancaster, beginning promptly at ten Enjoy quick, accurate vision, o'clock. place the nerves and muscles of your eyes in restful balance, with scienprescribed individually COMMENCEMENT CALENDAR. tifically designed, Byrne Glasses at Ken-garlFRIDAY, May 31, 8,00 P. M., Hotel, June 10-1AlSenior Class Play, "Claims J. J. BYRNE, lowed." Optometrist Optician. SATURDAY, June 1, 3:00 P. M., Recital, Music Department, assistNOTICE. ed by Primer Class. All taxes due the Lancaster GradSUNDAY, Jun. 2, 8.00 P. M., Sermon to Graduating Class, Dr. ed Common School payable In 1917 and prior years if not paid by June M. B. Adams. 3, 1918, taxpayers will be advertisMONDAY, JUNE 3, 8:00 P. M., ed as delinquent and property levied Recital, Music Department. on and sold to collect same. Taxes TUESDAY, Jun 4th,. 8:00 P. M., have been due since last fall and Operetta, "Our Flag", children of money is needed to pay teacher? nnd all Grades. othef expenses. WEDNESDAY, Jun. S, 8:00 P. M. This notice is directed to YOU, if Recital, Expression Department. you have not paid. See undersignTHURSDAY, Jun. 6, 8:00 P. M., ed and pay, if you do not wish to be Commencement Address, Prof. J, advertised. T. C. Noe. Frankie Kauffman, Treasurer . ... ........ DR. J. W. WEBER CHIROPODIST ... .... .. .... .... .. ...... ..... ... ....... ......... .. Foot Doctor GUARANTEES TO REMOVE ..... ..... ........ ..... Gorns, Bunions. Ingrowing Nails and other troubles of the feet without the use of a Knife Consultation and Advice FREE. Office at the Simpson House, Lancaster, Ky. Dr. Weber has practiced in Kentucky for a good many years and has treated some of ...... Optician. Lancaster, June 10th to 15th L. W. Charles L. Pointer S. II. Estci 'Anna Belle Burnside, Mra. Jas. llurnside, Walter Cox Wallace Cotton, Continued on last page. .......... .......... ............ Bradford Burdette ........ Kemp Walker, .......... Price ........ ...... 1. 6.' 2i l.i 5J l.i l.i 1 1.1 .... the very best families and is highly recommended by them. He has practiced In Richmond, Paris, Cynthiana, Georgetown, Carlisle and a good many other towns in Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 30, 191 8. V s II L 8 1 ii n 1 is 5 k. . j .... K" " Ccj) right Han t t." Marx rPcriKPcfcfcfcR-RLteRKKPcKSKiRP-.- R. P P P p; wiP.?pp-p- - -p- r P P p-- p r p f r p. ppprpp p-- Memorial sacrifice these men made. lay May 3i st 9 0 At first Memorial Day was a day of memories; the graves of the brave men who gave their lives in the Civil War were decorated with flowers; a sign that a grateful people had not forgotten the supreme Then the day gradually became a popular day; games, sports, picnics, were more important than heroic memories. The original idea of the day was in danger of being lost. Now we have come to a time when Memorial day can be consecrated anew; when we may look back with reverence upon the victories past and forward with courage and determination to a victorious future. Let us make the day a time when we renew our declarations of loyalty to the great cause of which our country has always been the fore-mo- champion The Cause of Human Liberty and Rights of Men. We shall do our dally work, whatever it may be, with a better spirit, if we keep that idea before us. Let no man be a slacker in these trying times; whether it be in the store ,on the farm or at the front; lift the camouflage and let our true patriotism march squarely and fairly to the front with Uncle Sams Victorous Armies. THE HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER AND MARX CLOTHES. House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. JAS. W. SMITH I The Central Record, Thursday, May 30 1918. PRINCIPAL ADVANTAGES IN SPRAYING IN SPRING FOR SAN JOSE SCALE PEST 3 If you do this-with KOR.KER PUNCTURE-CUR- E (Amrriu'i Standard Tirs Treatment) 7o can tost our claims very quickly. iou'11 knoir c'tntnuiu that rou can tt-- tt en a Uzc rldo frit from puno--t rt worry, Korksr Is a pruirvatiet of Kir" your tunes threefold life. We har. aailytlea: chemist's reports to this effect and our own seven years' teats besides. Inner tubes loitallt.l with Korksr four years ago are suit In hi. Yhrr9 KtU be no I'.tu l.zhj frant cnance cMoifouri. Jf yoa want assure yourself, that itorKT seals l'uncturss Farmers Attention YOU WILL NEEO LABOR, YOU CAN GET IT HERE Tell your labor needs to W. H. ROGERS, County Agent. He will supply them for you. Your crops must be saved. You must have labor. You can get it from Mr Rogers. FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR. l'!"lr Installing Kor-Kc- r Functure Curo rsssVEHHsaaMHaMeacTHeaM You can do Drive a naH lata your tire. out and with one revolution wheel funtiurt sv ml It firmantntly icaUJ, Tour tires' will always bo at proper Inflation The Kentucky Council of Defense ct your Pull It J. No matter how tkcptlcil you can't doubt fitcr eucU a test, can yout THOROUGH APPLICATION OF DORMANT SPRAY. Ksi-Ks- r Pusxtuce Tut tl'reparea by th. ITnltra ctates Departneat In n cooking barrel or vessel ment of Arrteulture ) one-thir-d of the total quantity This well bred and well known show horse will The spraying of trees during winter nliout ami spring, or when they nre In a dor- nf water required. When the water Is lint, mill all the lime nml nt price at my barn at mant condition. Is illrcctiil largely make the season of against scale Insects, especially the niM all the sulphur, which previously Distributor for Garrard County. should have lieen tnaile Into a thick Sun Jose scale. Thero are two principal aiHantnia-- i In sprnlng nt this pite with water. After the Hm lin .... slaked aliont nnother thlnl of the .11 llm- -. 11 Tl. n..nn. :. h..t. should i,p biM. j oil anil the rooking should le con It Is useless to mention his brtrilini! to vell knov.n Is lie in this ami (I) the sprays may be used much ! tlnueil for one hour, when the final dllu community. Tlieie is no Letter hied liotse living. His tyre ond con season. Contact .pray, are employed , , convenient. Tho formation, his winning of the as llmceulphur solution, flsh-ol- l ami ,,,;, me tlakl f, , r.i... thoroushly mixes the Ingredients at petroleum emulsions, mlsclhle oils, and ,, Champion Road Class and the Champion Breeding iu,,.,ncnt ie Raise Better Stock and luv ,,m.ie ess-- mi is i.ior- - , nm,.,ry ,f ,,, ,vnsll ,, rooUr,t ,,y (I, "u "' part "I tree, r,.ct Class at the Kentucky State Fair in kettle-- .. If cooked by to cover every Help Win the War. of the because steam, mi stirring will he necessary. nctuaI,y After 'the ,''0", w.h has been, prepare.! It Places him nbove nny other harness horse in Kentucky. 1'is colls ore !l.K'"?.,Lrn.I.0n'5'spray are"I'm': killed. MraIn0(J ,t rau,t Mng - i T Ti- Annllcatlon. tnnv he mml In Lite fine and sell high when put on the market. spray tank--, it may no '' fa as -- non im most of the leave, have I nin into, ine krMIo,t or pr(.forn,,y fallen, at favorable time, .lurlnc the , Mpnm , nr ,nnk, Tll winter when the temperature I, above wnsh should be npplled promptly nfter COMBINED HOUSE the freeilnc point, or, preferably. In preparation, since, ns made by this . the tprlne shortly before the bmh nro formula, there Is crystallization of the Ited sorrel, four white feet, 15.3 hands, fourlyears old and absolutely sound. due to dwell. There I probably 1cm sulphur compounds nnd consequent Sired by Chester Chief 1129. he by Chester Dare 10. Dam American danger to fruit budi anil twig, from the hardening of the sediment upon cool Maid 120S0.. by American Eagle 2054, he by Rex Squirrel 2nd, 2053. tle of prny In the cprlne than nt oth- Ing. This horse possesses the style of the Chester Dare family, with good bone er time. Iletter results follow spray. Commercial Concentrates. and short back and an attractive looking horse. solution In late Ine uth For n number of years manufac sprlnc than In late fall nr ilurlnc tho turers have had on the market concen winter, since this Insures some spray trated solutions of which on the trees durlne early summer, have only to be diluted with wnter for A high class Jack five years old. standard color, black with white points. Is of value In'kllllne nny young use. These commercial preparations which scales, the offrprlns of adults, which If used nt proper strength, have prims! good head, neck and ear, large foot and bone with good length and broad breast may hae escaped destruction. Although ed. This Jack is a prompt performer and a sure breeder, and siras n hluh cIh.s to be entirely satisfactory. Important Orchard Work. somewhat more expensive than washes type of mule ot uniform size. Hpraylne dormant trees for the San made according to the old formula, This stock is young, fresh and ready. They will make the season of 1918 Jose and other scales and for other In- ninny commercial orchardlsfs have at my stable six miles from Lancaster and three miles from Bryantsville near sect pests has come to be n very Im- ndnpted the commercial concentrates the Lexington pike on the Rout lane below the Fork church at Markshury at WuseaHaKaBBBBHai '.i'?L?B portant part of orchard work, especial- In preference to making the wnsh nt The Old Price of ly In the Iiist and on the Pacific slope, home. Where only a limited amount Each to Insure a Living Colt. and In penenil It Is osllile so to time of spraying Is to be done, ns In the Lien retained on colt until season is paiJ. Iiryantsville Phone 47-this work that a slncle application will nvernge home orchard, it will be es pecially convenient to use the commer reach most of the troubles controllable Will also stand a high grade Her- Lime-sulphconsprays. Other things cial concentrates. by dormant-tre- e ford Bull and a large type Poland being equal, the Insecticide having the centrales usually may be purchased China Hoar at $1. cash each, with greatest range of usefulness should bo from local stnilsmen. Implement dealthe usual crturn privilege. employed. Of the several dormant-tre- e ers, or druggists, and from the manu I'hone 47-Bryantsville Exchange. sprays, the standard facturers. They should have n density solution Is the one most generally used of alxmt ill degrees on the ISnume scule against the' Pan Jose scale, unit It Is and nt this strength should be used ns equally elTectUe against seeral other follows Tor dormant trres. CU gallons to make Insects which may coexist on the trees. B It Is an excellent fungicide, nnd. aside M frallnns of spray, or 3 pints to mak. gallons of spray. from the Inconvenience experienced In For harity trees In fottaee. 14 gallons to make a Its preparation and Its disagreeable of f rray. or 1U pints chanirter. It furnishes an Ideal spray tc make a gallons or spray for dormant trees. Abundant experi ence has shown It to be nn effective SPECIALIZED FARM IS RISKY Fifty-fou- r five remedy In the control of the San Joe Represents Possibility of "Heavy scale under nil conditions, and for most five Losses on Account of Big Fluctuother dlasplne scales, ns the cherry ations In Prices. scale, the European fruit scale, nnd , reasonably so against the oyster-shescale, nnd the scurfy scnle. Lecnnlum (from the t'nlted Etatrs department of Agriculture.) scales, such as the terrapin scale and to' While the highly specialized farm the brown apricot scale, are more efrepresents the possibility of great his by nrfncral-ol- l fectively controlled profit. It nlso represents the possibilDrown Stallion with three white feet 15J hands high, will weigh 1)00 treatment sprays. The thorough ity of heavy losses on nrcount of the pounds, has long fine neck, fine head set on high nice thin withers, good short with each year, therefore, tremendous fluctuation In production. back with us good a tail as ever was on a horse, good bone and good feet. solution will keep well under nnd consequently in prices, of the control the more lmiortant nnle-ln- products of Intensive fanning. In the sect of the orchard. Rex PvomarkSIO... Crlglers Denmark greater iortton of tho country tho He i McDonald BJsf There are certain other troubles con great mass of farmers must guln their sprayings iLucr Mai's: I Black Squirrel SS trolled by the dormant-tre- e ordinary field crops I Bur Ilex Monroe nlth sulphur solution. It has been livelihood from the of live stock. nnd common types Ilerzost 6a.. found effective In destroying cgjs of lvalues Denmark CI f Dau psjlln and has long been the pear-tre- e Lou Unown ns effective against 'the pear-lea- f TO OBTAIN IMPROVED TEAMS Bumpier Denmark 63 blister mite. The nil spider and l eggs of the clover mite and other Start With Heavy Draft Mares and rMsmtrluoLeGracdl j Mambrlpo Le I'.r.nJ w Denmark LaOrsudl Jr., llsj Dau Chestnut Sullion, Foaled M.y 14, 1912. Raise Colts Animals Will mlliss nre probably also destroyed. In 119 Prove Satisfactory. iumptr Ptunmk 65 SlrsJ by Re Peavlne No. 1790, by Rex McDonald No. 833, by Rex California, If applied In late spring, the bottle lluckmsn I Kltctrlc H. a.. solution hnj been found er.'l Denmark 840 HIack Diamond, Jr. I Black Diamond The best way to get better teams, ffectlve In destroying the peach twig- I Dau Dsn.. Jam Uourbonltt No. 9207 (full slater to Bourbon's B.it) by Dour-bo- n mrer. Entomologists nre not agreed so better Implements may be used, Is tjueeu. td start with heavy draft mares and t . as to the liencnt from Chl.f 97C, by Harrison Chi.f 1G0G, by Cl.rU Chief 89. spraying In the destruction of eggs of raise colts. Tho mares will do the 2nd Jam Judy piiver 0407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chl.f 1718. apple nphlds, ami other plant lice, hut farm work nnd raise their colts, Ily KING MOMIOE has as much stile ti red and action as any saddle horse . 3rd dm by Wilson's Klnr 2197. Its value In this connection Is perhaps breeding the mares to desirable-- pure- living. It can be seen that this horse belongs to the greatest family of the not Important. In practice, therefore, bred stallions, so that they will bring saddle horse being a real Denmark. 4.'.i bam Daughter of Sim'i Clark Chl.f 2S78. the plan should be to make one thor- colts at u time when wcvk In the fields Study his pedigree and be convinced. You can make no mistake Rowland P.avin. is a rich chestnut, with .tar and snlpi ttandi 1S.3 ough application of Is not so pressing, tre mares will be soluby breeding to this horse. He will get jou saddle horses of the highest satisfactory ns teatnj. old. At you will see from th. abov. tion to nrchards each spring as u ecu-ersix y.art full) welfhs 1100 pound t) pe. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. Everv treatment for the control not only breeding, h. ha lh. blood of th. bell show horses K.ntucky hat .v.r the San Jose scale but of many BRUSSELS SPROUTS IN FAVOR man should breed his mares and breed them to the beat. lhl hore. be fur. booking your of U on. himself. You ihould and KING MONItOE will make the present season at my barn at other scale Insects and other peMs. roar. You rar.ly .v.r hav. th. opportunity to br..d to a hort. at Delicately Flavored Plants Have Much Homamad Concentrates. Same Habits as Cabbage Cultiof br.d at th. .mall $15. To Several years ago the cooked llrao-Living Colt. vation Is Same. sulphur wash was used larcely for the 120.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. control of the San Jose scale but lias for mare colt Brussels sprouts are miniature cab Will also stand two good Jacks at Wlll'roak. tb. iknon of 1918 at my stable) on East Main atr..t. dow been generally superseded by the bages, but with a dcllcutit flavor such and for horse colt. Mon.y du at birth of colt or wh.n mar. U part.d with or br.d to oth.r commercial or homemade concentrates. as no cabbage ran boast. The plants Slncu Inquiry occasionally Is received have much the same habits of growth All of the above stock will make, the seasen at my farm on the Cillisple lock. as to Its preparation, the formula und as cabbages and are cultivated In the pike three miles from Paint Lick and two miles from Hsckley. method of making are given below: aamo way; but, Instead of making a ... .SOort Ston. Urns, pounds single large head, they produce a large (commercUl Bulphur (round). i pounas u or t number of globular buds or sprouts op W or I .Watsr to mak. and down the long stems. BLEUCHEE 46158 1918, tr Irtai drurt juUUj. laluft tint tct I'ci J. B. SANDERS, Hyailsville, Kentucky. $20. To Insure a Living Colt. ,,.,.. Blooded Stock " "' i' )., ,, :. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. "American Chester" 6860. "MAJOR HEARINE" 'IBT $10.00 years and a half inches high, gaited pony. Will make the season at old, our place, one and a half miles from Danville on the Lexington pike, at $10 to insure. This pony be the it pronounced by competent judges class. finest in , Robt. R. Fox, route Lancaster, Ky. KhN'G MONROE, 4099 John S. Baughman & Son Danville, Ky. Phone 1301. i3 Rowland Peavin? 6053. . f. Insure a $8. $10. C. IJdilej), Stanford, KS N. W. ROGERS. The Central Record. Thursday, May 30, 1918. WEEDS DETRIMENTAL TO BIG CROP YIELD TheAll-'Roun- d . NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOtJR We nil want a drink that is not insipid. The soldier, athlcta cr student must have the drink that tar.tis good and that keeps him toned up. hard-workin- g Man's Drink May Be Due to Roots Giving Off Poisonous Substances. Fact That Noxious Plants DoHarm In Many Ways Is Reason Why Farm, er Should Make Efforts to Sub. due These Invaders. (Prepared by the United Statei Depart ment ftf Refrigerator WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD Or NEW' ICEBERGS THE BEST REFRIGEK-ATOMADE. 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 thari 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-- Acrleultiir! is just that. It h rp.kling and refreshing healthful ca choice cereals and finest hops can make it a scft drink that is pure in it self and l:cpt pure by scaling and thorough air-tig- ht pasteurization. Milk and water may or may not contain bacteria; Bevo cannot. Served cverywhtre families supplied by Grocers, druggists or dealers. Manufactured and bottled ciciuuvcy by Anhcuscr-Uusch, The full ronton why weeds reduce Vlelll ! tint i1tflnlti1v lrfuitvn t, la well recognized that weed deprive crops oi moisture, pinnt rood, uml sunlight, and liy thee menus cuuo decreased yield". hiive Kiierlment shown, however, that even where there - n supply of moisture nnd plant food Mitllclerit for the need of hoth me weii iinn mo crop, weeds HIM ex. ert a detrimental effect. This may he due In tmrt tn the uootl root Hrim. off substnnces which are iolniiiiu to crops. A more generally accepted however. Is that the roots R St. Lculs Always Drink Bevo Cold Sapp -- Slate n Furniture tl,t Sl'CCESSOltS TO A. V Co. Wllr It H ItMTl'ItK CO. Danville's Larrfest furniture and Ruri Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Crab Orchard Bottling Co. Distributors CRAB UKCHAKU. l.i. jV Cornfield, Free ol Weeds Food, Not Watte, Produced on This Land. of the 'weeds Interfere with the root development of the cultivated plants This Is thought hy many to he the principal factor Involved, and undoubt edly It plays an Important part. The fact that weeds do harm In more wayi than has been supposed Is all the more reason why the farmer should make strenuous efforts to subdue these Invaders. Land that should produce OC bushels of corn may yield no more than 20 bushels If weeds are not kept uown ny aileiunte cultivation, and tin net profit to the farmer Is relatively much less for the resulting poor crop than these figures on yield show. Another los results from the pros' ence of weed seeds In crop seeds. This necessitates much labor In sep No. 84. 205 ACRES, in Lincoln county, Ky., 3-- 4 mile, off arating or results In dockage .by deal mode. State pike, two good dwellings, subdivided into 12 fields, under ers If the separation n Is not bulblett Wheat containing wlld-onlothe best of wire fences. This land lays well, two sets of im- Is sometimes docked as much as PC provements; nearly all in clover and timothy grass. Not one per cent, and In some cases there If bargain at 125.00 per acre. acre of waste land and no sale at all for such wheat. The agricultural experiment station ol No. 83. 221 ACRES, on pike in Garrard county, right Minnesota estimates that In that state out in "society" under good fence, dandy 9 room dwelling, alone the damage to wheat due to need large tobacco and stock barns, never failing water. You seeds amounts to two and a half milcould plow on this farm with a tractor til the sun makes you lion dollars yearly. There are other causes of damage sick. Good reasonvfor selling and terms to suit: If you have $10,000 you can handle this large well improved farm. It's resulting from weeds, which In some cases are Important. The harvesting priced right. and curing of crops are sometimes No. 70. 24S ACRES, on pike, four miles from county made dltllculty by the presence ot weeds. Itusslan thistle, bindweed, seat, lime stone land, dandy 9 room dwelling, large stock and and Canada thistle usually arc n source tobacco barns, one of the best improved farms. Land lays of great annoyance at harvest time to well and is ever-lastin- g water in abundance. This one at $125. the growers of small grains. Again, some weeds harbor fungi nnd Insects No. 101. 190 ACRES, in Garrard county, four miles of which attack nearby crops; the club- hustling village, churches, bank, graded school. About 80 root of cabbage Is fostered on the acres bottom land; 40 acres in sod; the entire farm lays gently trlbo of weeds, nnd the rolling and level, plenty of water; good 8 room dwelling and Colorado potato beetle lives also on large stock barn. This farm is just off turnpike on county nightshade and henbane. Furthermore, road and for a limited time only is priced at a figure that you pome weol are poisonous or otherwise Injurious to man, live stock, or livecan .speculate on and make good money. stock ir.oducts. I'olson Ivy, sumac, Jim son weed, nnd the seeds of corn No. 98. 145 ACRES, in Boyle county, 4 miles of Danville, cockje are poisonous to man; wild smooth, lime-ston- e land, about 20 acres in sod, 40 acres in onion nnd bitter-wee- d spoil dairy prodwheat and sown to clover, 20 acres hemp, balance corn and ucts; cowbnnc, water parsnip and loco tobacco. Good G room dwelling and new G acre tobacco barn; weed nre poisonous to stock; and the all necessary has everlasting water supplied by barbed seeds of Mjulrreltall grass and Dix river and large pond. Beautiful location and right on procuplne grass penetrate the noses and mouths of live stock, causing painpike. See this one before it is too late at 135. per acre. ' ful sores. It Is difficult to estimate the damage No. 85. 200 ACRES, 2 1- -2 miles of Lancaster, on pike, old G room dwelling, two good barns, tenant houses. This is of weeds, hut It Is probable that they sand stone land, nearly all in grass and is a money maker and cost the American furmer several hundred million dollars every year. priced to BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Uncle Eben. Optimistic Thought. "Some rple." '"Id I'nde Kbcn. "rt member kindnesses received; for garda glvln' good advice as a form of lioe wc have done. amusement, same as tellln funny stories." Dally Thought. Follow the golden mean nothing ti mccss. Respect "Self.Madt" Man. Hverjlxdy likes and reHTt self, m.nle men. It Is n great deal Utter Frames Clesntd. tn be made In that way than not to be in keep picture fnine from hocom-t!- nude at all. Holmes. s;veekcd. nil them with wntet i ihlch onions have been Mled. Survival. Life Is n struggle, hut not a war Improving on Preverb. fare; It Is a day's lalw. but lahfir on under the sun ami start "Itlse wld de sun" Is good "nu(t fei find's lots er folks, but a better wnj'n dat li with other laborers, where "we may sun In bed ecr mnwnln' think and sing nnd rejoice as wc work ter ketch de John Ilurroughs. de Lawd senda Atlantn Constitution Dslly Thought In the lone run men hit only whit they aim at. Therefore, thouch they should fall Immediately, thi-- had t.r aim at something high. Heorj IHHld Thoreau. lt Seen In a Different Light There stood an old peddler restlr.; near Avnea si the meeting of the watars. lie nm tired and weary after n hard day walking, nnd as ho looked down In' the waters he murmured; "Sweet Vnl. of AtK-n- , Tom Moore railed )ou sweet but If he had tn be on a bed without a blanket or sheet and travel the coun try without boots on his feet, he wouldn't give a curse where the bright waters meet" on the bridge situated (HANDLER SIX $1595 isa Unusual Economy Without Sacrifice famous for its economy the .sacrifice of reserve power, without the sacrifice of roadability, without the sacrifice of beauty of design. Thousands of. Chandler owners all over America tell of gasoline mileage of fifteen to seventeen miles per gallon. Tire mileage thousand to nine thousand miles per set of tires is commonplace among Chandler owners. Chandler owners and Chandler dealers say that the service upkeep of the Chandler. car is much less than that of other good cars which they have owned or sold. In the ownership of a Chandler Six you will possess a really great automobile great not merely from the standpoint of economy of operation and maintenance, but, even more, important, from the standpoint of mechanical excellence and daily performance. The Chandler motor, designed and built in our own factory, distinguishes the Chandler chassis, marked throughout by its simplicity and its sturdiness. The life, pick-uy and endurance of this motor will astonish you quite as much as it pleases you. Bodies of most attractive design nr.d of unusual comfort are mounted on ths Chandler chassis. p, get-awa- Chandler THEoperation Six has always been economy without sell. No. 95. 104 ACRES, sand stone land, 1 mile of main turnpike, close to graded school, churches, bank, and is well improved; has dandy G room dwelling, new 4 room dwelling, two large new tobacco barns. Young man here's your chance, (land adjoining this and fronting the turnpike sells for $175 per acre). We will make terms to suit and set this one in to you at $110 if you will act now. 90. 44 ACRES, rolling lime and sandstone land, 2 ndles of Lancaster, on pike, small house and barn, good land, plenty of water and under good fence. This is good land and think of itt $125 per acre. No. 102. 170 ACRES, FOOD FOR A QUEEN (Prepared by the. United Stales Department cf Agriculture) "The Kins-- mi In his counting-house- . counting1 out his money The Quito was In her parlor, eating; bread and boner. So goes the Mother (loose rhyme, which shows that honey has long been regarded as food for kings and queens. Vet the humblest American family can have this choice food if they keep bees In their back, yard or on their farm. Bees require little attention most anyone can master the simple rules essential to successful beekeeping. Try It, but remember that unless bees receive the care they need they will not yield a crop. SIX SPLENDID Seven, fasseneer Taurine Car, S15CS rour-l'assevs- 150DY TYPES Faur.Passenger land lays well, nearly all in grass. Jut off pike. Close to schools and churches, Dandy Improvements, $100. per acre. Convertible Sedan. S22'J5 Dispatch Car, Slft7!i Coupe. 5293 All prices . o. b. Cleveland) Com-ert'.bl- Roadster. SIS9S Limousine. 32H9S We can also show you some very attractive dwellings and city lota: also some business properties netting the owncm 7 per cent. If it's real REAL ESTATE and you want to Go Over the Top, we have it and will put you there. COME CHOOSE YOUR CHANDLER NOW D. A.' THE THOMAS ' v KINNAIRD BROS., Lancaster Phone 66. LiUMl'AN Y, CLEVELAND, . REAL ESTATE AGENCY, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Allies of the Kslser. The kaiser has an ally In every sheep-killincur In America. ih nirtxmi nn iinrnn n i un.imii.ivn imuiw wm OHIO V The Central Record, Thursday, May 30 1918. SYNOPSIS. br tns news of rhe CTIArrEIt atnklna: of tha Luaitanla by a Utrman aubmartna. Arthur Our Kmpar. an Amah can. laava hla nMra In Jrrasy Cttr and Knaland whera he anlisla In Uia Eoaa lo army. flar a frlxl of train-lnj- r, CIIAlTr.lt Kmpar votunlaara for lmmaillata aarv. Ira anl aoon (1nla hlmsalf In real blllata "aomawhera In Franca," whera h, nrat makes tha acqualntancs of Ilia evar-prent "onollaa." par attan'ta Ma first CIIAITEIt n church tarvlcea at ttia front whlla a Fokkar clrclaa over tha rongrairatlon. CIIAITRIl IV i:mtxra command K"aa Into tha fronl.llna tranches and la untlar flra for th flrat lima. laarna to alont rilAITEU tha motto of tha llrtuh Tommr. "If you ara rolna to Sret It, you'll jret It. ao navar worry rif A1TKU ray saia hi unlerljr. Vt-n- ark flrat ai parlance In rait btlltti. Km aa a meaa CltAITnil tljlt to a ilucout rey learns how tha rilAITKn Ilrlllih aoldlara ara fail. In tha front-UnCHAtTKll VIII-!l- ck tranch. Kmtr aaaa hla flrit frland of tha trenchaa "no Waat." tranch. iroaa "over tha CHAITKIl M--i:loo" for tha flrat ttma In a charra on tha Oarman tranchaa and la wuunJad by a bayonat thrust. par Joins the "ul-dd- a CIIAITEIt club' aa tha bombtruf auad la callad. XlII-Ea- ch Tommy gata an CIIAITF.lt otflclal bath. hflpa .He aa CIIAITEIt XtV-Km- py atlvanca-tranch undar (larman ore. "llstenlnc post" In CIIAPTEU XV-- On artillerymen "put CIIAITEIt XVI-T- wo ona ovar" on Old I'appar, thalr rcxlmtnlal commanoar. i--l XVII Ernrar haa narrow ea rap whlla on patrol duty In No Man'a Land. Nn Man'a i'iiaitkii X I!mnr atltutaa a "day'a work' maVea Ma flrat in "Muicua imcn. laarna what con In tha frunt-Un- a lnd. hava many CIIAITEIt XIX-Hll- ler waya to amute thtmaelvea whlla "on their own." volunteers for CIIAITEIt machlna r(un aertlca and Eoea kuk Into trenchea. tha front-Un- a acaln toaa CIIAITEIt XXI-Em"over tha top" In a chars: which coal Ma company II killed and 11 wounded. with a machlna CIIAITEIt XXII-Tr- lrk ona botnereonie I ni. arun alienee attack, pr. CIIAITEIt XXIII-Oerm- an la forre.1 to CIIAITEIt XXIV-Emp- ey take part In an etecutlon aa a member of tha nrlnc prepare for CIIAITEIt XXV-Ilrlt- lth tha HI lu,n tna oauia 01 me comma. a trench raid. niAiTEIt X'XVI-- In prace-ll- n tha lilac IMah. Emiy la ilea- o.n'i in lraTiy wnunuwfor Zi lie. umvii-iiu- ua hours. No Man'a l.an.1 four montha CIIAITEIt XXVII After la in lirtnah hoenllaL Emoer dlarharae.1 aa "phytlially unnt for further war trv. In rut blllata CIIAPTEU XVl!!-I!- ck Empay wrllm and atacra a farca comedy. stretcher, cnrrlPd by four soldiers. I was one of the four. Ilf liltnl the stretcher. In column nf fours, intnc the remnlmlrr nf th section. To pet to the renietcry, we bud to puss llirotuh till- - little nliell vllluce. where trmps were hurrjlns to nnd fro. As the funeral procesalon p:ied these troops ranie to Ibo "nllenllim" nnd smnrtly snluled the deml, I'iKir I'ele was recelrlns the only salute n private Is entitled to "snin- iwlmre In Franco." Nun nnd nnln a shell from the (!it-nm- n linos would E wblslllns oer tb" vlllnse to Imrit III our iirtlllery lines In tho renr. When we rencheil llir cemetery we bnlteil In front of nn open crave, nnd laid the stretcher belile It. Forming u liollow siimri nroiind lb iipenine of the crave, I lie chaplain reuil the burial service. Icrmiin nine hlne-cu- n bullets were "crncklne" In the nlr nbove u. but I'ete illiln't mind, nnd nillher did we. When the body was lowered Inlo the crni the Has hntlni; been remiiveil. He clicked our heels tncelher nnd cnnie to the salute. I left before the crave wns filled In. I could nut bear to see the dirt thrown on the hlrinkct'covf red face of my tiun-rndOn the elern fpmt there lire mi ciilllus. nnd you are lucky to cet u blanket to protect yon from tlie uit nnd the worms. Seternl of ttie section stayed and decorated the crave with while stones. That nlcht. In the light of n lonely candle In the machine cunncr'i ducuut of the front-lintrencb I wrote two letters, linn to Pete's mother, the would stop to couch, couzn, cough, hut It wns n Rood lllutrntlon of Tummy's cheerfulness under such conditions. A miichltie-cuoftlcer entered the ducout nnd e.ie me n hard look. I snenked peM him, slldlnc nnd slipping. nnd reacheil my section of the front- line irencn, wncre i wns creeieii ny 'the sercennl, who nsked me, "Where In ae you beenl" I made no nnsner, but sat on the muddy fire step, shivering with the cold and with the rnln beallnc In my face. About half nn hour later lenmiil up with another fellow nnd went on cunrd with my bead stlcklnc er Hie tnii. At ten o clock I wns relieved and retiiiuil my sitting pied I Hon on the lire step. The rain pint denly stopped and we nil breathed a I : iii.-r prnjeij lor me oioru in ri'iiei. I Ing and the rum lsue. CHAPTER X. "The Day's Work." f rvna fust learning that there Is a regular routine nbout the work of the tremheo. nlibouch It Is badly upet at times by the Hermans. The real work In the lire trench commences nt sundown. Tommy Is like a burglar, be works nt night. Jtlt lis It begins to get dark the word "stnnd to" Is passed from Iraverse to traverse, and the men get busy. men The first relief, consisting of lo it traverse, mount the fire step, one mnn looking over the top, while the other sits nt bis feet, ready to carry messages or to inform the platoon oincer of liny rejKirt made by the sentry as to his observations In No Man's I.and. The sentry Is not allowed to to , ce4e. by irss wave, la repulavd. lea. "Over the Top" By An Amtricin Soldier Who Went ARTHUR GUY ENPEY AfatAlat Canst' $ticlng In Franca lUutrnaki. bit, ay ansa! uar Continued from last week. Matter of Disposition. "How tj they fish for inrls, dndT Well, some wives ihrtn'i'ti nnd nth-rr- t tine." Iiul Illi' IVmrirr-Jourmi- BUCKEYE Mr. filter, Mr. Jusprr Noel, last week. Phone Walton Man for a crate of Slrawberrie. Mr. ami Mri. Chtr Schooler visiteil his Dvuey 1'rice and little on, viiited Mr. Bob Trice last week. Mr. KUrsta and Mr. Hubert Carter were Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mile j. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hurt visited Mr. Harrison Uay and family re tently. Mr. and Mrs. William Hastey nnd son, xisited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert I.onk', last week, Mr. and Mrs. Walker llradslinw visited her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. O. Hill, Sunday. n mi children, Mrs. Handy Kurtz and children were cunts lust Tuesday of her par ents, Mr. mid Mrs. I,. K. Ilrown. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cotton and were children, nnd Mrs. Uronddu quests last weik of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cotton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Whlttukcr nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lodle Hiiney with and daughter, spent Sunday, Mr. und Mrs. Hubert Lout,. Mrs. I'ermelia llogie, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. "V. Urailshuw, Mr. A. I. UrniUhnw Mr. W. i:. Whittaker. Mr. W. II. (Jul-le- y und fumily were quests Sunduy of Mr. anil Mrs. It. W. Sunders. Mrs. Susan Tuylur 'lied May 'J 5, ' buried here Sunday morn-i!- .. Mrs. Tayhr was CO jeurs old :.ud Lnrin sick for same time. S ) leaves one dau'iiter. Mrs. N'att i t'.' l'nwttt. llakcr of near Nina was buried here Suminy morning. M.. linker liaU been ill only n xiurt luce. He Unves tj r.'curn his hi. wiftf and three; tlnluren, Mr. KJ-di- e lSakir, Mrs. I reston Snyder, and rirs Croi.lcy !!o all if this county. I), Tr. Jnn.rs Mlsies Lucy Keuir.an of GUijsow, Maude Jl'tiie of HichmonJ Va., npd Iiut Kuy, of Richmond Kormul, Mesirs Cluvton Samples of Shelbv- V lie. Unas. Kerr III of IVrrvvi u. were entertalneJ frcm Snlunluv nil. t; Monday by Misj I'.osa Kay at her Taking Provlslg ns to the Front. While doing relax his watch for n second. If he ll other to his sweetheart. (his I cursed the Prussian war god questioned from the trench or nskeii with nil ray heart, and I think that St. his orders, he replies without turnlna around or taking his eyes from the ei Peter noted same. The machine cunnors In the dugout panse of dirt In front of him. The re were lunching und Joking. To them mainder of the occupants of his trav Pele was unknown. Pretty soon. In the erse either sit on the fire step, with warmth of their merriment, my blues buyonets fixed, ready for nny emer dlsnpMMired. One soon forsets on the gency, or If lucky, und a ducout liui- western front. iens to be In the near vicinity of tin I traverse, and If the night Is quiet, they are permitted to go to same and try CHAPTER IX. I und snutch a few winks of sleep. I.ltllu sleeping Is done; generally the men sit 8ulclde Annex. I wns In my first dugout nnd looked I around, smoking fags and seeing who around curiously. Over the door of j can tell the biggest lie. Some of them, same wns a little sign reading "Sul perhaps with their feet In water, would cble Annex." One of the boy told write home sympathizing with the me that this particular front trench "governor" because he wns laid up was called "Suicide Ditch." Later on with n cold, contracted by getting his I learned thut machine gunners nnd feet wet on his wuy to work In Wool bombers urn known as tho "Suicide wlch arsenal. If a mua should manage Club." lo doze off, likely us tiot he would wake That dugout was muddy. The men with a start ns the clammy, cold feet slept In mud. unshed In mud, ale mud. of a rut pa..id over bis face, or the and dreamed mud. I had never before next relief stepped on his stomach realized that so much discomfort and while Humbling on their way to relieve misery could be contained In thoo the sentraes In the trench. three little letters, M U I. The floor Just try to sleep with u belt full of of the dugout was nn Inch deep In ammunition around )ou, your rllle bolt water. Outside It was ralnlm; cats and Idling into jour ribs. Intrenching tool , and thin rivulets were trickling ilo.-shandle sticking Into the Mini!! of your down the Meps. From the nlr shaft hack, with a tin hut for a pillow and Immediately nbove me came a drip, feeling very damp und cold, with drip. drip. Suicide Annex was u hole "cooties" boring for oil In your armeight feet wide, ten feet long nnd six pits, the air foul from the stench of feet high. It i ubollt twenty feet grimy human bodies und smoke from u below the fire trench; nt least there Juicy pipe being whiffed Inlo jour nos'steps leading down lo It, trils, then Jim will not wonder why were twenty These steps were cut Inlo the earth, Tommy occasionally takes n turn In but at that time were muddy und lle the trench for n ret. pery. A tar.n hud to be careful While In ii front-lintrench orders or else he would "shoot the chutes," forbid Tommy from removing his The air was foul, and )o;i could cut boot, puttees, clothing or equipment. the smoke from Tommy's fags with n The "cooties" take advantage of tills Vnlfe, It wns cold. The walls and order und mobilize their forces, und roof w ere supi.rled with heavj s.uure-cu- t Tommy swears vcugcunce on them uud timbers, while the entrance was mutters to hlim-clf- , "Just wait until I trenclhtuiil with sunilbugs. Nulls bad hit rest billets und am nblo to get my On own buck." been driven Into these timbers. ench milt hung u inlsccHamsiu assortJust before daylight the men ment of equipment. The lighting ar- to" und tumble nut of the dugouts, "turn mnn rangements were imperii one candle the fire step until It gets light, or the In a reflector made from an ammuni"stunij down" Is given. welcome order tion tin. My teeth were thnlterlng Sometimes before "stand down" Is from the cold, nod the drip from the the command "live round ru-Inlrslmft did not help luntters much. Is passed along the trench. This While I was silting bemoaning my means that each man must rest his fale und wishing for the fireside at rllle on the top and tiro as rapidly us home, tho fellow next to me, who was issllile five shots aimed toward the writing u letter, looked up nnd Inno (with Herman trenches, and then cently usked, "Suy, Yank, how do you the emphasis on the "duck").duck Them Is epell 'couUugrutlonT' ii greut rttulry between thu opisislng I looked at hliu In contempt and an forces to get their rapid fire nil off swered thut I did not know. first, becuuse the early bird. In this InFrom tho darkness In one of tho cor stance, catches the worm sort of gets ners cume a thin, piping voice singing the Jump on tho other fellow, catching one of tho popular trench ditties en- him unawares. titled! i.'e hud a sergeant In our battalion 'Pack up your Troubles In your Old Kit named Warren. lie was on duty with Uaic. and Bmlta. Mmlle. Hmlla." Evtry now uud tueu tho ulugeri Ms platoou la thu tire trench one after noon when orders cume op from the dirt would rise Into the nlr end a ricorear that he had been granted seven chet bullet would whine on Its wny. days' leave for Illicitly, and would be If n Tommy should see one nf these relieved nt five o'clock to proceed to little spurts In frnnt of him, he would Knglnnd. tell the nurse about It later. The He wns tickled to dentil nt these crossing of No Man's Land remains n welcome tldlncs and regnlcil his more blank to me. or less envious mates beside him on Men on my right nnd left would the lire step with the coihI times In stumble nnd fall. Some would try to store for him. He figured It out that get up, while others remained huddled In two days' time he would arrive at and motionless. Then smnshed-uWnterliMi station, London, and then-se- ven barbed wire came Into view and da)s' bliss I seemed carried on a tide to the rear. At nbout five minutes to five be Suddenly, In front of me loomed n started to fidcet with his rllle, and hnshed-ltrench about four feet wide. then suddenly springing up on the fire Queer-lookinforms like mud turtles step with n muttered. "I'll send over were s.,iimbllng up Its wall. One nf n couple of souvenirs t Fritz so that these forms seemed to slip nnd then he'll miss me whin I leave." he stuck rolled to the bottom of the trench. I Idsrlfleovcr the lop nnd fired tun shuts leaped across this Intervening spare. when "crack" went n bullet and ho The man to my left seemed to paue In midair, then pitched head down Into the German trench. I lnugheil out loud In my delirium. Upon alighting on the other side nf the trench I enme to with n sudden Jolt, night In front of m loomed u glunt form with u rllle which looked nbout ten feet long, on the end of which seemed seven bayonets. These flashed In the nlr In front of me. Then through my mind Unshod the admonition of our bayonet Instructor back In Illlghty. He had said, "whenever you asLMaesavaLf LLuhI get In n thnrge nnd run your bayonet up to the hilt lnto,a Rermnn the Fritz will fal1. Perhaps your rifle will be sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbm'W leneaT5arSflfli4 I wrench"-- ! from your grasp. Ho not waste litre. If the bayonet Is fouled In his by putting your foot on s.nmach and tugging ut the rlib to ivricv the bayonet. Sl::i;:j press the trigger and thi' bullet will free It." In my present situation this wns the logic, but for the life of me I could not remember how be had told me to get my bayonet Into the Oerman. To me this was the pnramount Issue. I closed my eyes nnd lunged forward. My rifle was torn from my hands. I must have gotten the Oerman because lie had disappeared. About twenty feet to my left front was n huge Prussian nearly six feet four Inthes In height, n fine specimen of physical manhood. The bayonet from his rllle was missing, but he clutched the barrel In both hands nnd Lewie Gun In Action. was swinging the butt around his head. tumbled off the step, fill Into the mud I could almost hear the swlh of tho at the iHittnm of the trench, nnd lay butt passing through the nlr. Three still In a huddled heap Willi ii bullet little Tommies were engaged with him. They looked like pigmies nlongslde of hole In his forehead. At about the time he exported to ar the Prussian. The Tommy on the left rive nt Wnterloo station he was laid was gradually circling to the rear of In rest In n little cemetery behind the his opponent. It was n funny sight to see them duck the swlnclng butt and lines. lie bad pone to mighty. try to Jab him ut the same time. The In the trenches one can never tellIt Is not safe to plan very far ahead. Tommy nearest me received the butt After "stand down" the nasi sit on nf the Oerman's rlflo In n smashing the fire step or repair to their respec blow below- - the right temple. It tive dugouts nnd wait for the "rum Is- smashed his hend like an eggshell. He sue" to materialize. Immediately fol pitched forward nn his side nnd n con' lowing the rum comes breakfast, vulslve shudder ran through his 1hiIj brought up from the rear. Sleeping Is Meanwhile the other Tommy had then In order unless aorne special work gained the renr of the Prussian. Suddenly nlwut four Inches of bayonet turns up. Around 12:3) dinner shows up. protruded from the throat of the Prus-sla- n When this Is eaten the men try to soldier, who staggered forward amuse themselves until "tea" appears und fell. I will never forget the look , ... ui iioi-lsuirii luiio lu of blank nstonlshmcnt that came over and they carry on as before. his face. While In rest billets Tommy gets up Then something hit me In the left nbout six In the morning, wushes up, shoulder nnd my left side went numb. answers roll call. Is Inspected by his It felt as If n hot poker was being platoon officer, and has breakfast. At driven through me. I felt no pain SMS he parades (drills) with his com Just a sort of nervous shock. A baypany or goes on fatigue according to onet had pierced me from the rear. I the orders which have been read out fell backward on the ground, but wns by t! e orderly sergeant the night pre not unconscious, because I could see vious. dim objects moving around me. Then Iletween 11:.10 nnd noon he Is dis a flash of light In front of my eyes nnd missed, has his dinner and Is "on his unconsciousness. Something had hit own" for the remainder of the duy. me on the hend. I have never found unless he has clicked for a digging or out what It was. working party, and so It goes on from I dreamed I wns being tossed nbout day to day. always "looping the loop" In an open boat on n heaving sea ami and looking forwnrd to pence and opened my eyes. The misin was shin Illlghty. ing. I wns on a stretcher being carSometimes, while engaged In a ried down one of our communication "cootie" hunt, you think. Strange to trenches. At the advanced flrst-alsay, but It Is a fact, while Tommy Is post my wounds were dressed, and searching his shirt serious thoughts then I was put Into an ambulance and come to him. Mnny n time, when per- sent to one of the base hospitals. The forming this operation, I have tried wounds In my shoulder nnd head were to figure out the outcome of the war not serious und In six weeks I had reand what will happen to me. joined my company for service In the My thoughts generally ran In this front line. channel: Will I emerge safely from the next CHAPTER XII. attack? If I do will I skin through the following one, and so ont While your Bombing. mind Is wnnderlng Into the future It The boys In the section welcomed mo Is likely to be rudely brought to earth back, but there were many strange by a Tommy Interrupting with, "What's faces. Several of our men had gone good for rheumatism t" West In that charge, and, were lying Then you have something else to "somewhere In France" with a little think of. Will you come out of this wooilen cross nt their heads. We were war crippled nnd tied Into knots with rheumatism, caused by the wet and mud of trenches and dugouts' You give It up ns n bad Job nnd generally saunter over to tho nenrest estnmlnet lo drown your moody forelexllngs In u glns.s of sickening French beer or to try your luck nt the always present game of "house." Vim can hear the sing-sonvoice of u Tommy droning nut tho numbers ns he extracts the little squares of curdbourd from the bag between his feet. CHAPTER XI. Over the Top. On my second trip to the trenches our officer wns making his rounds of Inspection, and we received tho cheer ful news that nt four In the morning we were to go over the top and take the Oerman front-lin- e trench. My heart turned to lend. Then the officer curon with his Instructions. To the ried best of my memory I recall them us follows: "At eleven a wiring purty will go out In front and cut lanes through our barbed wire for the passage of troops In tho morning. At two o'clock our artillery will open up with an In tense bombardment, which will last until four. Upon the lifting of the barrage the first of the three waves will go over. Then he left. Some of the Tommies, first getting permission from the sergeant, went Into the machlna dugout and wrote letters gunner Does YOUR Back Ache? or other. One may think he ii perfectly well and even lorce himiell to say he is "alt right," but hit tired movement, and languid expression tell more plainly than words that be it in an unhcalthiul condition. disordered kidneys. Rheumatic rutins, sliffjoints, sore muscles are others. These symptoms indicate that the kidneys and bladder need help to do the work of filtering and catting out from the system poisons end waste products that cause trouble. suffers NEARLY everybodytome time diteate at Backache is a symptom of weas fbleygdney pills give quick and permanent relic! in kidney or bladder troublet that have not reached chronic or advanced ttage. They Hop bladder irregularities, strengthen the kidneys and tone up the liver. Paul Darkow, Stewart, Minn., writes: "Two years ago I had a pain in my back to severe that I could not wai'. I thought it was kidney trouble. I bought a bottle of Foley Kidney Pill, and efter taking ebnut half the bottle wji completely cured. I have lud no recurrence ol the trouble." cau3c to suspect need help, you will make no mistake in taking Foley Kidney Fills. In 60c and $1.00 bottles. STORMES DUUUG STORE. that your kidoeys If you have any MARKSBUKY Kyle Ijom sold 30 shouts forlTc. Green Kates sold a cow and calf fcr $00. Mr. and lrs. Tom Chcsnut of Fayette county, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bogie. Mr. and Mrs. Rylc Ison, motored to Harrodsburg, Sunday und weie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Marsee Phone Walton Moss for a crate of Strawbarries. Mrs. Jesse Sanders bad her car injured when another car run into it, while she was backing: out of the garage. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. C, Clark entertained several friends nt a "chicken Fry" Sunday. Mrs. Clark always gets ahead of her neighbors somehow they wonder how she does it? Mrs. Ella Cecil, and Miss Annie T. Cecil, of Danville, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Fanny I'ollard. Miss Cecil was the guest for several days last week of Mrs. Morten Pol- lard. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Pollard were hosts at a splendid dinner Sunday, Mr. Jack Bourne and son, Mr. CleveLancaster, land Bourne, of West Mrs. Ella Cecil and Miss Annie T. Cecil, of Danville, were the guests from a distance. Thru difficulties many and trials sore, the inside repairs of the church are completed with the exception of a few minor touches. The new metal ceiling, the newly papered walls and carpet stand as a monument to the best efforts of the committee, Messrs Ed Sutton and Dick Burton, Miss Sue Sutton, Mrs. Jas. Turner, Miss Eugenia Pollard and Mrs. J. W. Mnhan, Miss Sutton acting as chairman of ladies. The church members and some who are not members responded most nobly to the call of the committee in thes-- j "strenuous" times. troubles peculiar to women. The thousands 0! women who have been helped by Cardui in Ihe past 40 j cars, Is conclusive proof that it is a good mrdiclnc lor women who suffer. It should help you, too. There can be no doubt as to the merit cl Cardul, the woman's ten!:, in the treatment oi many Take I The Woman's Tonic m Throwing Hand Grenades. In rest billets. The next day our cap tain asked for volunteers for bombers' school, I gave my name and was accepted. I had Joined the Suicide club, and my troubles commenced. Thirty-tw- o men of the battalion. Including myself, were sent to where we Mrs. N. G. Vnrner, of llixson, Tenn., writes: "I was passing through the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and my sullerb2 Indescribable. 1 can't tell Just how and where 1 hurt, about I all over, I think began Cardul, end cy crew less and Iocs, pains until Iwas cured. I am remarkably ttronj 1st a woman 01 years cl ast. 1 do all mv nomc.Yo.-li.-" Try CarduL today, 8 ... L, The Central Record, Thursday, May do, I 9 S. 1 The Central Record warmly welcomed into the ranks of the country's defendINCORPORATED. ers as the $1.00 a year. ssued Weekly. Americnn among us. On the other hnnd, the slacker or J. . ROBINSON. Editor. purest-bloode- d I KHAKI 2 COLUMN I V Smart Styleful Springtime Blouses At Prices Surprisingly It is most unusu.nl in these clays to get REAL DISTINCTIVE blouses to sell at modest prices. And still just because we delight in doing the unusual have we Blouses of just this kind at prices that are astonishingly small. Why even at a dollar-whi-ch ordinarily now buys so much less than it use an we sell a well-mad- e Pretty, Pleasing, Waist. At two dollars of course there are more charming Blouses, but the point we want to emphasize is, that you do not have to spend a lot of money to have a lot of pretty waists that is, if you come here to satisfy your every Blouse requirement. GOOD-LOOKING R.L ELKIN, Lncnl Editor onel Mgr. l tnttrf.t Ih. roil OIBcc In Lancmtr, Steond CUM Mall Miner. Kf Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League, Lancaster, Ky., May 30, 1918 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Ufflies ...$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices 16.00 ior State and District Office 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line r or all publications In the Interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line Obituaries, per line .05 should be so aligned, it matters not if his ancestors Friends here have received Infor came over in the Mayilower or mation of the safe arrival of I.lcut. if his fathers fought this Brit- Carl Acton, in France. ish at Bunker's Hill. Mr, John Gill Kinnaird, who Is The mighty engine of pub stationed nt Indianapolis, canlc lic opinion works slowly. But homo Saturday night for n few hours this engine is warming up for visit to his parents. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. the race, and our advice to B. Kinnaird. the man or woman of mornwould ingAtomesjase came Saturdayher son, proclivities Mrs. Dora Miller, that be to sing very lowly. Mr. Elmer Miller, who had been stationed at Camp Lee, Vn Small. had ar- One day in each twelve rived tafcly In France. months we are accustomed to Miss Lena liricht of this city is devote to the memory of those very proud of her young nephew. dewho, by their sacrifice and William D. Bright, of Bellevue, Ky, votion, made possihlo for us who enlisted in the Navy last Dec 17...... the comforts .i'id blessings vu ember and is now in France. His William H. Bright wns now enjoy li gr:iteful tho's a veteran of the Mexican war and of these martyred huroe? wero left this young grandson his gun to-clhe hour has long since not often in our hearts, this which he called, "old Betsy" and struck when there enn be but one day's devotion out of the which he carried through the Mex We mc role two classes of people in this twelve-mont- h .vould be a ican war. This,young patriot would country Americans and pro- - mockery, considering the mag. like to carry "old bctsy" to the for tin Germans. There can be no nitude of our Jobt to them French front with him, but found it Impossible in this branch of the such thing as neutrality. Every with o .'or recurring service. city, of the citizen is either for or against thought of their frroat son ice A letter from their son, Stanley, his country. The Government present in our hearts, this day Invoreel is calling on every man, worn becomes but the llowerihg of now on duty with the Americnn Troops in France, has just been re an and child within our bor a beautiful devotion and an ceived by his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Wt'lvturih nnd ders to declare themselves, ennobling love. Luther Hcrron, and they have kind Wirthtnor Wnists and the call can no more be There is little of tribute that ly consented for us to publish same, evaded than could the call to has not already been said of although it was censored in many the ranks. Uncle Sam has no these noble dead, and we can places. Mr. andin Mrs. Hcrron not; have four boys the scrvico. Wo intention of unduly oppressing on this occasion but echo the quote Stanley's letter and whero the any person. Nevertheless" words of writers and orators censor has cut it we Indicate in let there is a war to fight and win, who have precede! us in this ter "censored". "On Duty With the American a cause to be battled-fo- r to a mission. But America has, Troops, France, May 4th. 1918. triumph, and in this every per across the deep waters, on the Mother and Dad: son a services are called ' for battle fronts where the roar Dear start with, I wish to thank you To and must be given to the ex- and crash of war never ceases, for sending me the Central Record tent of that one's ability. other thousands of brave each week. I certainly enjoy every The hour has struck when souls who have gone forth to issue, and also enjoy your letters as Stella's we must separate the sheep protect and preserve that well asTell them Hiker's and Catherines. I think of them goats the citizens from the which these our departed he- every day and also of Shelby. from the parasites and leech- roes so dearly bought for Well we are in some sector now. tir Certainly is some (censored). es. Ten million of our people liberty. Thei; breasts are to- place, nothing but artillery firing all are already enrolled, but this day bared to rs savag-- a foe the time. Today was bright ond is only about of as ever bravo hearts faced and clear and airplanes were Hying our number. These ten mil- conquered. They are there- thick, snapping photos and righting g lions are enrolled in the with the iron resolution to some. LANCASTER, We think the First Division will KENTUCKY. But there fight to victory or death. Thoy division. is an depart stand between their loved ones get something good pretty soon, as . we have done almost everything that t CtCtttlUMMMMMMIMMIHMlUMMMMMMMM ment to be manned and finanand a fate too horible to con has been done here. Mother, I ced, as wtll as all the other have a very good time with it all, template. Osulsvcrd. sinews of war, and to this task This is o While we strow flowers under the circumstances. slaughtered Th wor ' bouli vnril man "bul being terrible war, men the other ninety million are or rtllleutiKii. thus tai above the isnes of our dead (censored) when they find one of wark" refeii no- - to the ni.,1 mrnpATU direct called. hn tho tri- the enemy, they should take him cut Itut slnco the mlddl heroes, what t!.e nineteenth We some time ago arrived century the title, lore be. n apHled to tne we send kill him, right there. at the certain knowledge that bute that thw! ouvu'.to.h de and am under good officers and hope new thoroucl'fnres not traced on tho I waters to nobio A new lot of field fence just received, Bet- the world is at war for a prin- fenders? Shall it not be the I will be lucky enough to be with site of an iM enceinte. ciple, and every human being them until I get home. I hear that ter get it while you can. firm faith of . united nation,! s H.n.. Net Critical. in this country MUST either that in the power uf God and mcst of the boys at home ara Think ni uell uh you nin of every I wonder what for. married. accept or reject that principle. trvlng the Right they vill '.vin, and Do they love their country or are one who Isduly toInbethe- hurrt times linive. cheerful to do h! Once and for all we must dethat in the l.inJ they have left 'they nfrnid to face the struggl.'? nnd uefiil. I.et u not no among termine whether or not man lhc one hundred million of their1 we iri AouU do the work while thoe "wlio wet their tongue like n are away, at least that is tho way sword anil bend Ihelr Ihhvk to shoot shall be a free agent or the . . MANSE, people will omtmt.p.hy pray thc Frcnch KENTUCKY. are doins hcrc but their arniw.s. even woras." puppet of a petty tyrant. withojt ceasint;, 0Ur3 can't do that it seems. 1 nm Klndness helps, where bitter and sacrifice criticism can Once and for all we must denot. Uxchaiigc. termine whether a people and their hearts brave for the,' havcthreo Lrothcrs that are fight- n :3XI3:iC;ilMMUmiNMHNHtM(MHMMMIH shall choose their own alleg. i, tna-Wnro MiPniV ' inirI ior our sounwy couso. I can so will write ns often cs iance or be subject to the call n Thus may it bo' IO , keep sending tho paper. of royal butchers who would ' With lota cf leva to all, feed them to the Jloloch of Stanley." Intelligence. v.&" purely to further tr.eir An Intelligent person Is supposed to That our cooJ friend llo'.bcrt IJas-ti- n own lust for power. ! one uf cultivated undcrstunalni;; :i work is And in the determination person who lius acquired u lurgu store I.tdrcs pleased with h'j many at Crest friends and that his UnowliilLe, j hut not necessarily In of this mighty question every hero may know just how he ii locafor person of ordinary intelligence tl.r scliools or colleges, huvo many high- ted, wo publish a letter rjccivcd been ly iiililliseiit iiersou among us will be recorded on from him a few days ago. men and women. You can't make it go with push and "Great Lakes Training Cam.J, U a characteristic of the iniud one side or the other. As we D Company 180-thun of rutin vim if you are using a broken-dow- n have stated, there i3 no middle There r arc highlyaction or maimers. car. Intelligent people Great LaLca, IXnob. ground YOU, reader, are v lio arc hoclully Impossible because of My Dear Mr. Elkin: Bring that car, tired from a strenuor boorish manners. cither American or oa n lev. I thought I would ous winter's service, to us, and let us put enter to let you kno v that I This is YOUIt home, it in the pink of condition. .!i!sVs. people at tirely forgotten tho dear Thinks Mermaid Wat Manatee. and its safety la menaced. Heredity rises tu - I.ancattcr. Believe rue, ti j n thc The YOUR services are demanded, muik Journal offirst mr.niulil In re- greatest all that the place I ever taw, M s" and you can no more evade the probability was not pure Invention. In every ono hero is from tho cit rn SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSH call than you can cvado the is- .1 probability tho mermaid story itates and some awful nice fellow:, turtesl when some Ignorant fccafuriug Sinco I have been here I haven't sues of life and death. sW luuu suw nothing less tliuu n muimteo We repeat, we must separ- lllHrtlng himself through tho distant heard a single person say that he was not perfectly satlsfic with everygoats. laveM. At souio distance, tho ate the sheep from the thing, Thc eats arc fine, well cookobserve, the liuuiuteo If there is any service left in your car Every community should label .,'U cow" does not look uulll.e u or ed, good variety and always have is we can make it available to the last its entire citizenship loyal being, tho shape, of Its head uml plenty. The grounds nro well l.cpt COOPER io or disloyal, as the case may be. f ,u hi I formation when Indistinctly and we have the best of everything, ounce. u inking on tho uppeuruncu of II to I feel fine and what I can Hon. G, II, Cooper fcr many years see. r Slackers, traitors and And if you have a GOOD car, and losely uklu In luaulilnd. counTell county court cierk of L'neoln one can't keep fiom liking it mans snouiti tie placed in a wish to KEEP it that way, run in occasthe boys in Lancaster, that tho ty and one of thc mi t penu'nr citiclass by themselves. Loyal Navy neods men nnd If they want zens in this section of tho stntc, died ionally and let us give the once over. Teach Children Thrift. Americans should have no Thrift Is a ery linportnut element plenty of fun and excitement to at his horre in Str.i' rl la.t fatjr-daPrevention often beats cure. mornlrcr, after on illness of stv dealings with these people, In character. Thmo who learn to bo come to Great Lakes. Enlist ut We do nothing but repair autos, but They should bo made to feel economical In youth have no elllllcul-tie- s Louisville 412 West Main Street, cral months. The burial taxinir for the when they nr In the Buifalo cemetery will assure have we DO THAT RIGHT. the heavy displeasure of their Income necessary to maintain a home. and I no mistake. them they differ-c- place afternoon. Entirely made loyal neighbors, be their sta It Is the man or woimjn that allows So ctflcie it ond popular was Mr, from what I thought it was. want to dominate undjlves beyond tion or standing what it may tha Income We have already attended two Cooper that ho has held the cITiu ; of that has dllncultles when And in this melting and re the Income Is snmll. Children should band concerts and believe mc, they county clerk for a number of year., moulding process, race or na lie taught economy nnd thrift early In sure have good music. Here In thc without any opposition. large 'fau'ly He is a They should be tionality should have absolute life.earn uml a chancogiven usechance (ireat Lakes Is almost liko our Capp- who are survived by n connected In their ing and ciuite cold at night. With to prominently to Phone 66. ly no weight whatever. The earnings. This will glvo them respon- kindest regards to all, I em cointie-- . lie Lincoln and aJJvini;i of LANCASTER, loyal American of German sibility and teach them tho worth had n host of friends In Garrard who KENTUCKY. Yours truly," Ilolbert liantin ere grieved that h is no mors. blood or nativity should be as money. .... M grand-fathe- r, But ly : Winsome New Welworth Models on Sale Now. As always they are priced at $2.00 j th J. E. DICKEESON, arms-bearin- arms-furnishi- FARMERS LOOK. get-tin- 6ox & Ledford - T 1 Tln-t,,,!- .-. I THE I Wwg- lutelll-Ct-nc- n. lt eir-- p 't iiiifit H!Kslllll sH.rHiBi sss7 ssff sr jlllllllr' illllK4 3dlnrW2ilMili 4MsV'UBH We are Physicians to Sick vand Disabled Cars. sclentl-,erlodic- 1 n pro-Ge- no-.- Sun-da- y Kinnaird Bros. ItHIHMIHNH The C antral RazjrJ, Tn.irsciay, May 30. 1918. 7 SPECIAL OFFERING IN Coats, Suits and Drosses In smart up-to-the-min- ute styles. See them before buying. True Economy Lies in the best and we Carry the Best. The Joseph Mercantile Co The One Price Store. The House of Quality. Mrs. E. K. Aldridge, of Kansa-Cit- Milton, who will be his guest for sevMo., is the guest of Miss eral days. Classified Column. Flossie Tribble. Capt. George W. Face and con, Miss Christine JIoss of Crab Or- George W. .Jr, of Norfol';, Va., have FOR SALE:-gooOne Foster range, chard is the attractive little truest of been pleasant guests since last FriW. D. Walker. as new. day of Mr. and Mrs. Fre.l V Krisbie, Mrs. J. M. Acton. t A Rrltl Minlion of the Comlrji tnd on Maple Avenue. These dehgntful FOR SALE: All kinds of garden Mrs. Ed C. Gaines has been cvxtt. pjople v.crc Coir.ji by Thou Wt Arc Inliriilcd In. vititou in cur town two plants. Malta'Doublc Shovels I. P. Thompson. John Deere Mowers sick for the Fast week at her hoa-.years ago an ande many fi lends on Maple nvenuc. We are standing a good Aberdeen Disk Harrows here, who will aivays give them a Angus Bull, at $1.50. Miss Mary Owsley spent Saturday American Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Clerc and glad hand and hope that their visits Smoothing Hnrrnws i2Z. House Paint S3.00 pr r linllmi Walker and George D. Robinson. in Winchester. te mora frernient. children, of Wilmore, were guests in the future m:-Nutiunul Fitue I foot, GOc rod. They leave for t leir heme of Mrs. J. M. Acton, Saturday. I have thirty acres of clover hay, Miss Florence Acton was a visitor at Georgetown College, last week. Recent issues of the Cincinnati I wish to have cut on the shares." Mr. ami Mri. Jake Graw and inter30-2- t. G. A. Swinebroad. Times Star and Post, contnined Mr Miller Lackey of Richmond, esting children, of Louisville, are at spUndid pictures of Miss Dora i t'ic Kengnrlnn for a few weeks. FOR SALE: Sweet potato plants Deal House. The was a visitor in Lancaster, Monday. Scott, of Paint I.iik, Ky. Miss Dora all varieties; 35 cents a hundred by Mr. and .Mrs. Shelby Tribble, of is the daughter of Mr. James A. parcel post. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lee spent R. P. ISON, Friday with Mr. and Mrs. H. I). Lee. Mt. Sterling, have been the guests Scott, of upper Garrard and has 23-3- t. Buena Vista, Ky. of his brother, Mr. John Tribble. been attending school in Cincinnati Misses Kull.i Montgomery and FOR SALE: One John Jecre for several years. The following li.-Sunday with Mrs. Corn Bryant spent Mrs. Alex 1'rancis, and bright from the Times Star will be of in- gasoline Hay rfeis. Goon carni!-tio- n. II. I). Lee. daughters, of Mississippi, are the terest to Miss Scott's friends thuout Hear,- - Moore, guests of friends and relatives here. the county; Camp Nelson, Ky. M.ss Blanche Phillips of Dam ill? "There being no such organization was a visitor in Lancaster Saturday 15 month old black FOR SALE. Dr. and Mrj. M. S. Hattield, and as the girls' working reserve, it be- Polangus Bull calf. Trice $85.00 afternoon. two interesting children, motored to came necessary for O. A. Mathlas, Chas. Rigsby, Somerset this week and were the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Xaylor of near director of the Boys' Reserve, to Crab Orchard and Stanford pikes. Lancaster, arc parents of a son born guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Hall. grant a special dispensation to .May 25th. FOR SALE: One Brooder. I am Miss Ruth Broaddus of Richmond Gladys Courtney and Dora Dean Ill0.r ,U,,,nce37t; Normal School, and brother, Mr. Scott, Walnut Hills High School, to still selling eggs at the old price. Mr. Sam Taylor, of Coy, is spendEric C. Farra, Broaddus, of Chicago, were be farmerettes. Both have decided ing several das with Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Single Comb Brown Leghorns. guests of Mr. Cronley Broaddus, and to go on farms for the rest of the John Hicks. school year nnd for vacation. They Ky. family, Saturday. will be given credit for work done M.ss Klizabeth Kstes of Wnco, 's Mrs. Herbert Lee and children, and will be subject to visits of inthe attractive guest of relatives in WANTED .Mrs. Lawrence Pollard and baby, spection, Just as are the boys of the in our midst. have returned to their home in Working Reserve. Fifty fat ponies, age 3 to JO Gladys it to gc Can Miss Annie Austin, has returned Louisville, after spending two weeks to the farm of her Diothtt at Mont- years. Thone me or write. to Louisville, after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lee. gomery, Ohio, where she will spec- come to your farm next Tuesday or Wednesday. Dr. Win. D Pryor, to homefolks. I! Mr. Gale Doty had a pleasant visit ialize in canning and the women's Lancaster, Ky It. Miss Lillie Mae Sutton spent the to Danville last week, the guest of part of farm 'ife. Dora wM g. back week-enin Stanford, the guest of his ".Uncle Fleece" Robinson, who to her father's Iii'ii.e at Pamt IaVk. I take this method of kindly asktogether with Mrs. Robinson have Ky. When Dora jtartcl to trhool ing all who are indebted to Dr. Miss Nancy Ilunn. the life of a girl cn tho farm was not Acton, for services rendered, to just returned from Macon, Ga. iij ' regarded as at all interetmr, fum-crette- s please call and settle immediately, Mi's Kitle Barnes Dickcrson was Masters Charles the charming week-entruest cf Miss had not been heard of raid and Eugene, I leave, for when I go away !:)! interesting children of Mr. nnd Mrs. girl gardeners wero practically un- before Itettie Terry, in Richmond. he has directed mo to turn over all Charlie !".lmmcr, of Lexington, rre known. changed But the war his v. unpaid accounts to hU attorney. .Mrs. J. W. Mershcn of Somerset, v!3itlng their grandparent. Mr. anu many things, even at Pairc Lick. Respectfully, was the guest last week of her Ms. R. Zimmer, at the Kengnrlan. Both girls expect to make records Mrs. J. M. Acton. in-law, Mrs. John Walter. in their farm experience. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Stuttz and jfj Kcv. Baird, mid wife were the WANTED TEETH OLD FALSE Every male who liss reached the fa quests Sunday, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors of DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. Louisville, were guests during the of 21 sluco Jinn 5th, 1917. mil: u(o Syblcs, on llaseldcn Heights. Also We pay up to $15 per set. past week, of their parents, Mr. and June 5th. cash for Old Gold, Silver end broken resitter cl Wednesday fi! Mr. and Mrs. George Brown spent Mrs. J. B. Bourne, on the Stanford next, at tSo Court House, Lancaster Jewelry. Check sent by return Sunday with Mm. Brown's sister, read. Ky., from 7 A. M. to a ?. M. mail. Goods held 10 davs for senders Mrs. Miloy Walker, of Buckeye. approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth tin. Clarence Withers of Lexlng-tcl WE SELL FOR LESS. Worse'n Dolls, Too. Mr. ami Mrs. Mack Worthing-ton- , Specialty, Dept. A., 2007 S. 5th St., Miss Elsie Brown spent i'ic week-cn- .l Old Job hue! his trouble", but nnbotl) Mrs. IMtie Miller and daughPa. Philadelphia, with her cousinj, Misse Marin raised the price of Ice on him when he ter, and Miss Annie Mulkey, of and Haicl Walker, ut Buckeye. wni laying In his winter's, coat. Atwere the guests of Mrs. Dora lanta Constitution. Mr. Joroph June, Jr., cf CovingThe Fiercest of the Miller, Sunday. ton, 1ms been the i;uc3t of Miss "Your wife lias probably Interfered Yes, Indeed! Mrs. J. A. Anion had as her pleasft'.i more of your plans than ever did Carrie Miller, for ccvcrr.1 ilaya. r H one jmrt ant guet for one ilny this week, mr paper In ruin, fire or cold weather," says tbsi I 'luv'soiuo- Dr. and Mrs. J. II. KlnnalrJ and Mrs. B. C. Crawford, of Chicago. I we it I mo-i- t lnc Howard Coarant. PREST-G-UT- E . nnd that Is our weatlar fore-- Miss Amjie KlnnalrJ, were In Stan-f- . Reminiscences of school days were Columbia Ret tin!. rd Sunday, fcr the funeral of Mr. talked of freely and n delightful Turkish Wcmen. Cooper. day together spent. TurliMi women never serve tn Chris-lin- n Rafts In Lifeboats. houses unless ns occasional chary Miij Mamlo Storme Dunn who Mrs. Florenc Grant, accompanied , Rafts hinged to tln Miles of a life- women or Orvck nrfil" !n4 been attending scfvul at Lexing-- ! by Bowman and Francis Grant, and boat anil which sprenil out when It Is Armenian women, on the oilier hand, came ':ome SumUy an I U cerj Miss Helen Young, leave Saturday, alloat to give niMItlnn.il buoyancy form rre the iimlnstay of the Constantinople i, reill v. ith measles. June 1st, for Annapolis, Md., to be a recently Invented device) far safety housekeeper; even Turks often employ at sea. them to keep their big houses. Larry I). Jones mid children, present at the graduation of her son. Hr. M. Grant. fit an I Mm. Belle IUrnsUie, of Monti-cell- Midshipmnn Luclen Cultivated Rubber, Wanted It Understood. are the guests of Mr, and Mri. llrltWi Mnhiyii Is now (Irmly estabMiss Georgia Dunn "Well, ma'am," brUkly said the conic next in the' leading country In the Burnside. J. d. "there Is one more detail to week from the College of the Bible, lished ns rubber, and -. shut vaca- production of rultlvnti'd rry substan- S"ttlo, You are, 1 am told, a widow. .Mrs. Nma Asking nnd baby, cf r.t Lexington, to spnl the Industry has added Now, pardon me, but Is It jour Idea beLexington, urn spending u few ilays tion with homo folks und friends tially to the prosperity cf the Malay Unit the proper way to keep a hired going to the miunta'.is to t,iciul peninsula during with her patents, Mr. ar.J Mrs. M. A. fore tho Inst nine or ten limn on the farm U to pay him wages Bum1918 the summer in a riiiocn ot. cars. Cottrcll, in East Carrard. or tn marry hlml" .Kansas City Star. Mrs. Alexander Ilroaddus, Miss Itutli Mesn son, Alexander, Jr.,Murphy aand little Quiet Life. The Picking I"nj Fren 1914 Buick pleasant after Dazit and Kmmct Broaddus and Al(f mi- - ribel at what looks to us The swiftness and menThreat which with isit at the home of her grandpar- l;!io (in 1916 len Johnson, motored to Wilmore, the uarruniii'ss anil cinptliici.! of n doctor can remrvo a bone, a pin or ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Anderson our liven. There Is u llttlo variety, Sunday, and spent the day. other object from the windpipe, esophto leave Thursday for Louisville 'n llttlo of the unonpectisl and the agus or even lung Ik often qstiiulshlns. re Mr. and Mrs. Coy Sanders, and join Mr. Murphy for a few days We forget tlio luvt'lliie of This Is when lis B'es one of the tubea leaving for Panama. family, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks a gray life th delleucy, the subtle that enable him lo look right down and family wcra the guests of Mr. tlMs I'liil shades that are only possible Into the organ, n't' hr foreign object, Mr. Willie Mac Elliott who hat V lu a experience! come sparsely or and Mrs. Cleo J. Kay, Sunday, Illuminated by nu rleetrle lamp and In- - . been attending Transylvania Univthrough lung periods of wultlng. ert a delle.ito forceps with which to Miss Tomnile Francis has retu'n-ci- l ersity, arrived home yesterday, nnd (Juk't lives ure more exqu'rlle than seize It und ilruw It out. Without tho'-us- e L. H. CONN, Proprietor. home after spending sometime will spend the holidays with his par- Clouded ones. Just at. quiet thadout) of nu imlo-ci'p- o tlirro Is much dan Danville, Kentucky. Walnut Street. In Richmond, with her sitter, Mrs. ents, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, lie ure more exquisite than crude sunlight. eer of Injuring Iba tissues by blind; -feeling for the offtUdlng object. home by Mr, E. K - initialise. George Ilallew, was accompanied ii 3C Two Horse Corn Drills S50.00 Oliver; r.Gossip and John Deere Cultivators $50. Each1 $77.50, $4.75. $50.00 People v?Neve About r J. R. MOUNT & CO. f. S. HATFIEbD, j ! 1 -- r Dentist. Ijoncnstcr, r hoes and Oxfords i i i: i; Let us save you money on them 1 but Variely Si. 1 ?c OFFICIAL iiterv Service Stafio All makes of Storage Batteries paired, and charged. any make of car New Batteries to stock. Send us your now carried Magnetoes and Generators for repair. New FOR SALE. Dodge, Extra Tire and per, $950.00 extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. $175.00. One Ton Trailer, New, envilie Buick Go " " irc tjjjj The Central Record. Thursday. May 30, 191 8. ALL TIRED OUT Hundreds More In QUNNS CHAPEL. Mr, J. M. Amon went to Brodlieal la The Monday on business. were Mr, and Mrs, Dock week. In Kstill a rart of the Lancaster Plight. Same I The Caiavalor You Hear About "IpHERE r.rc a ht of cu'dvatora cn tha market. Seme are fjcod otI:c;3 not so gocd. But there is one that nearly ever fanr.:r Iia3 heard about Ial2.-aa'Jjd'I.- f3. I 4 t!.- -t . Fir:! Cdiiratcv Every rcan vayi ready t lion. Cv?w Vfi'.hi You if n t i. . r vfil jjr'iiea cne Ji,ju! Just a iwV rois cn. 'a ' ever ujsJ an Ir.crnatiom! No. 4 ij ! 1 operajjJvor Itori:cItfar.wc:kan htm;uythe ficlJt i iti jv ft in f o?r ou.it pu Ja J t!ji,, a !wn jib. Wf '. Ltit weed ia a way that cr? ro's ac2 c!rj oj? J! j i .cuidi tL.a wheel i r; r ' cpii n rranji hthwtth f.w iii j It i ti ..r.pti4t ccttivaior you eref ! t a cult t.lmz ww:h withj Jl stjpinj the team. I.- -it- - Tire J nh the time: Weary and worn cut nigh t ami '"ay; P.ac'-- . ac'.fi: hesu aches, Your kuncys are prjbab'.y weak enod. You should help them at fielr work. Let one who knows tell you how. Mrs. Joe Turner, Tottcn Av., Lancaster, says: "A few ears ngo. my kidneys got cut of order nnd 1 I felt dull and lanhad backaches. guid nnd tired easily. My kidneys ncted Irregularly, too. A friend told me of Doan's Kidney Pills ami t bought them nt Stormes' Drue They soon rid me of the Stcre. In backache and put my kidneys pood order.' Don't Price flOc, at all dealers. remedy sin-pl- y nsk for n kidney pet Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Turner had. Foster-Mil-bur- n Co., Mf.'jrs., Bullalo, N. Y. p't Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop were l.i-rguests of Mr. mid Mrs. John Lund. Phone Walton Moss for a crate of Strawberries. Mr, and Mrs. James Simptun, Mr and Mrs Milton Es-- , Mi. and Mrs. J 11. wci-Spa-k- s. FJcst-o.Sun- - Mrs. Prentiss Walker nnd attractive daughter, of LancaUer. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray, Sunday. Mr. Coy Price and two interesting children, Jnmes R. nnd Hattle II,. were recent guests of Mr. Robert Price, near Point Lcavell. Ir the lied Cro. l- - . I:.t wee'., tfis precinct subscr.be I moro thim $M)0. up to WednMd-.- ' Four men in Gunn's Chapel diJ'.r.et contributed SDO. each. On Sunday, May 2fith, n birth- day dinner was set in honor of Mr. C. S. Roop, nt his home at Carters-vlllThe guests included his four children, nil his grandchildren, nnd n large number of friends, ranking the total number present reach to This gathering ward a hundred. was quite a surprise to Mr. Roop, nnd n great pleasure to all present. Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Mrs. T. W. Dailey, nnd Misses Ivn and Lenna Hollon, from this place attended. This was Mr. Roop's 03th birthday anniversary and it is the sincere wish of his friends that lie live to sec many more happy years. Saving Paint Don't save paint by letting your house it. Cheaper far to save tho house than the paint. Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d ro without Dutch Boy white-leamixed with pure linseed oil, spreads easily, covers and does not blister or crack, no matter how severe the assaults of sun, rain, or snow. thor-ouchl- y, etc, Our assortment of paint, oiN, vnmishes, is of best quality throughout. Ft . :o l -- ri:!J th.! we are not stretching the truth and ii;!jiive feature of the No. 4 U to coma I'AINT LICK Mr. James N'. Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Watch Yeur Imprints. t A child's mind Is plastic. The lm-- 1 preslns received while young utv I.iottiis When cement l In the pmccM nf making, It Is soft nnd pllible! hut once It N dry. It becomes so hard that n workman can hardly break It with a hammer. Itut, while It was soft, n child laid Its hand nn the material; In a few minutes the cement hardened, nnd the Imprint made hy the child's band was still there. Krnest M. Glean. ( Denny was In Rich-n-.jr.- J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRoberls. Saturday. The Farmer's Share Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Estridge was Ir. Richmond, Monday. Bryantsville, Ky. Frank Ra'jton and James Ledford left Saturday for the training Camp. Mrs. Itcid Lear, nnd small sons, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1). M. Powerful Pump. Your heart l a very !my nrzan. Lear. While you breathe cmco It heals four McWhorter is nt Miss Cleone limes. At each heat It send four home for the vacation season from kiii'N of blond Ibniiish vimr veins Millersburg Female College. and arteries. The weight of the Paint Lick went over the top with bbkMl Is 21 pounds When you run your legs and th. other parts her quotn in the P.ed Cross Drive. A if your body need more tiltuxl, n jnut number of ladies pledged their Sunheart mut pump faster. l'.ipt:!ar rVI day crks to this cause. ence Monthly. Mr. E. C. McWhorter and II. G. nnd Woods, D.W. White Arthur Louisville. to Riddell motored back " Thursday, nnd brought Chiverolct cars, Mrs Hur.lette Hamsey received a card frun her brother. Corporal Hiram Arnold, saying he had land-C- i' "Over There", was well nnd happy to be in the service Minnie Nelson and Burdetta Itam-se- y are now members of the Pig Club and are going to make the doys hustle if they beat them to the prize with their Kentucky Red Berkshires. "CLAIM ALLOWED' iiy Tin: (BraiUiattug (Glass nf ultr Sjiijh FRIDAY, MAI 23au-rastr- r LANCASTER WIDOW CRIES TOR JOY. "I couldn't eat an thing but ruv s n eggs and sweet milk and weak I could hardly walk across tl.e room. I would havi been in grave today if I hadn't takin Mayr's Wonderful Remedy when I unl When I think how I hnve sutfered with my stomncb and how good 1 feel now I cry for joy." It is a simple, harmless I reparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intertir.al tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver und intestinal ailments. Including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded Druggist. R. E. McROIlEltTS, POINT Theo, King. LEAVELL. is visiting W. rluuil O'CLOCK 31st. 8 P. M. School Auditorium. CAST OF CHARACTERS. Mi nufacturvr of Munitions Mr. I.al'ohl I!iy Wife Mrs. l.aFolil Dalinc I.nFohl His Patriotic Son lUhi'l LaFohl His DatiKhtor Lillian Carmen Dalinvy'st Fiance NO MORE CALOMEL FOR Live stock is marketed from farmer to consumer at a lower THIS BARBER McWhorter li,s grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. cost than almost any other farm product. The United States Department of agriculture reported in 1916 that the farmer gets for his cattle "approxiof to mately the final retail price paid by the consumer for the resulting beef. two-thir- ds three-fourth- s" Nashville Tonsorial Artist Says Mr. Joe Hammonds bought a nice He Has Found Better Way to 175 pound hog from Henry Sanders Get Relief Than by Taking for 19c. Miss Dora Scott is at home for the Calomel Takes Vln vacation after Cincinnati. "If a fellow was eter knocked out by anything, I certainly was by a good old fashioned spell of spring ferer this spring," said U, L. Ueardeu, Nashville barber, 241 Fourth arenue, north, "but thanks to Mr. U. M. Spencer, the paint contractor, 617 Commerce street, tor stating In the papers how be got such wonderful quick relief by taking that good medicine, Vln Ilepatlca. "I have been using calomel, which was so sltkenlng that I could scarcely stand It. Not only did Vln Ilepatlca put me In fine shape again, but It was so pleasant to take. I hadn't ta ken more than tno or three doses than my drowsy feeling was all gone and I was feeling One. I am my old tinm self again. The fact is, Vln Ilepatlca Is Nature's own medicine for stomach, liver and kidney troubles. It Is made from eight at the greatest medicinal roots and herbs known to medical science, all combined Into one medlclae, known ai Vln Ilepatlca. the Universal System Purifier and Tonic We strongly recommend this great Naturo remedy Ccmo and get a hot Ii and try it, on nur recommendation W ' pjw It Is k real ruodlclr.u of lha highest merit. It. n. McRobjrt.. attending school in Tom 1'radley Ethel's Patriot Mr. Metz, Sr. An American German Mrs. Metz, Sr.Hls Wife Mrs. Metz His Son's Wife Sherman Metz His Grandson Mary Metz His Grandauchter A Propagandist Mrs. Hohenzoliern Her Brother Heine Hohenzoliern Of the Red Cross Mrs. Thompson Little Scout Doinsj His Hit A Blackbird Xeb SYNOPSIS. Hobort Nol.tnd. ..ituth Carrier. Bowman Grant. Florence Acton. Mary Lee Lear. James' Siler. Coleman Sanders'. Wllnm Henry. Christine Sanders. Richard Henry. Nancy Hajran. Mary Owsley. William Anderson, Mildred Heazley. Homer Carrier. Val Cook. Mr. Henry Conn nnd family of Richmond, spent the day Sunday with Miss Belle Smith. Phon Walton Moss for a crat of re- Under normal conditions, the farmer's share of retail prices of various farm products is approximately as follows: Butter CATTLE Eggs 71 Strawbarrits. Miss Ella Mae McKinr.ey has Potatoes Poultry Fruits 66 65 55 45 35 to 75 per cent per cent per cent per cent per cent per cent The difference between farmer's price and retail price represents the necessary expenses of packing, freight and wholesale and retail distribution. Swift & Company not only performs the manufacturing operations of preparing cattle for market in its packing plants, but it pays the freight on meat to all parts of the United States, operates 500 branch distributing houses, and in most cases even delivers to the retail butcher. All this is done at an expense of less than 2 cents per pound, and at a profit of only about Yl of a cent per pound of beef. turned home after several months visit with the Misses Tribble. here atQuite a number from tended the Sun Brothers Cirtuj u Lancaster, on Friday night. Misses Myrtle, Cel.n and Emily J Palmer spent the night with the r Johnson, at cousin. Miss Nancy Ilyattsvllle, recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. V.'. Tatem. J . v ;r Tatcm, Mrs. Emory McWhort well-equipp- ed Richard Lackey made a llyin.-- t . to Lexington, on Thursday. Mrs. John Anderson entertuined at dinner on Inst Friday in honor of her nephew, Frank Ralston, who left for Camp Taylor, on Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Sowders entertained at U:,ner. Sunuay, nnd those present were Mrs. Curtis, and family, Rev. F. N. Tinder, Mrs. Matt Terrill, Thelma Robinson, Anna Mac Green, LEVEL GREEN. Lucile Lackey, Jim Smith and Blain Phone Walton Most for a crate of Estridge, Mr. Jack Green and little ACT I. Scene: Home of Horace LaFohl near New York. Err! evering. Ethel'a standard of service The second contingent "Let bin call them" Planning the exemption behind a lie "Help my daddy I gilt" Followers of the Red Cross A bunch of sentimentalists Betsy llos and her patriotic pilot Lillian stoops to conquer An unwelcome soldier and Ethel's choice "An unfeeling Hun" "CLAIM ALLOWED". Ten days later. ACT II. Scene 1: Farm home in Colorado. Loyalty nnd the propagandist Dabney arrives and is welcome A stick of red candy A Neb "rat squnr in de middle er Germany" young American defends his flag. Scene 2: Same, four months later. Mary and the soul of a rose A profiteer turns patriot A gift from the children. ACT III.. Scene: Same as Act I. One week later. A letter to daddy, at the front The Black B.rd A mother's tears relates Ids experience in the air The confession of a slacker "Into the jaws of death" "Take care of muther" The ennobling love of Lillian Tears ami shrapnel "God bless you, mother, and give me strength to remember these bitter tears" At mother's knee. ACT IV. Scene 1: At the gates of Berlin. Two years later. A struggle with death "God's gloriuus truth" Ethel is not alone "The greatest victory the world has ever seen". Scene 2: In Paris. One month later. A Badge of Honor "To the victor belongs the spoils" The lost is found Tlie terms of PEACE, anil Uncle Sum's reward. Strawberries. Mi firace Smilli was v daughter. Benefit of The Red Cross Large volume of business and expert management, make possible this indisk raiser pensable service to the and to the consumer, and make possible the larger proportion of retail prices received by farmers. live-stoc- Year Book of interesting and Instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company, U.S.A. fffi Sunday. Misses Ruth ni I Nelson Sow ler were guests of MIjs Tillij tlreen, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Boain spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, S. II. Robinson. There will be a Children's D.iy for Foreign Missions, at Level tlievii, church, Sunday, June 2, nt l!:"." P M., everybody cordially Invited, Mr. John Clark and (taught rs Misses Parrie und Katie, and Mr and Mrs. Bymum Davis anil children Davit, visited Mr. and Mrs. h.nn Sunday. Dr. nnd Mrj, F. II. Smith of Paint Lick, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. B. G, Smith, were tij pleasant guilts cf Mr. and Mn V 11 Smith, Sunday. Bi-r- ' i vls.tor U Garrard County Chapter (,ot it? Hi re's the rirtvdy. It's l.vtjw.l Has a ball century rcvord of lb& Firtt (lose brings nlul, Iryit. a bold by til urucp.ts. millions. for Coughs s Colds $cmfri Funeral Lancaster, Ollice Plume 18. R'IGNET. Director and Emnalmer. Kentucky. iesiileme I'lint.e 33. Keep Bowtl MoYtntnt KtiuUr Dr. King's New Life Pills ketp you In a hrilthy condition. Kid the body of poisons ami waste. Improve your complexion by kwjlng the Bowels regular. (let a ... bottle from your druggists tonliy. Effective but mild. m i The Central Record, Thursday, May 30, 1918. OF w III I i, Mm 2-Bo- yle County Farms-- 2 ON IT 1 1 AT 9:30 O'CLOCK. Ml 172 Acres for LOCATION R, 6. Williams end 148 lores for t Three miles from Danville on the Hustonville Pike. This pike is new and smooth as a floor. DESCRIPTION The 172 acre farm is nearly levei, well watered and well fenced, 30 acres in corn, 5 acres in millet, balance in grass. A two story eight room dwelling, two halls and three porches, newly painted and papered, electric lights, located 200 yards from pike with beautiful avenue. This is a SHOW PLACE. DESCRIPTION The 148 acres is just across the pike and has a new four room, metal roof, bungalow, with two porches, concrete cellar and cistern, large barn 30x60, everlasting water 85 acres in corn, 20 acres in oats sown to clover, balance in grass, beautiful frontage on pike. Both of those farms are in a high class state of cultivation and are ready to make money on. Possession of all the land given at once. The man who buys now will save money and make money, as lands are going to sell a great deal higher this fall. NOW is the time for the thinking man to buy. whether he buys for a home or for speculation. Remember verv few farms are now on the market, owners are holding for higher prices, but at this sale the bidders will fix the price as these farms will be sold to the "HIGH DOLLAR" with no Remember ten minutes from Danville, the best town of its size in Central Kentucky. These farms are located within a mile of two great trunk-- linos, the L. and N. and the Queen and Crescent. LOCATION RIGHT: IMPROVEMENTS RIGHT; LAND FERTILE: POSSESSION AT ONCE; EVERYTHING TO SUIT ANY PUR CHASER. and sold in from 20 to 100 acre tracts, or perhaps may be offered as a whole. In other words I always sell Each farm will be to suit the bidders. land consisting At the same time and place will also sell for the owners of the land a lot of fine live stock and farming implements,Aberdeen-Angu- in part of s shorthorn cow and calf, two two-yeold cows following: two five year old shorthorn cows and calves, one the old shorthorn cow and calf; one 1200 pound, shorthorn cow, one black cow old Hereford cow and calf; one six-yewith calves, one four-yea- r and one jersey cow to be fresh soon. These cows are practically pure bred and splendid individuals and heavy milkers. old work mare; one good driving mare; on-- pony; two fine Hampshire brood sows; seven One nine year old work horse, one seven-yea- r Hampshire shoats. Hampshire shouts; eight old work horse; one five-yeold black mare and colt, old work mules; one gentle driving mare; one six-yeOne pair of four-yeyoung calf; five head of yearling cattle: one jersey heifer: four good steers; one sow and subject to registration; four fine jersey cows, one with eight pigs; two brood sows: two gilts. 2 drag harrows; four turning plows; two cultivators; two good farm wagons; three bugFARMING IMPLEMENTS: two e wagon; alot of plows; plow gears, wagon and buggy harness, single and double. In fact gies one mowing machine and hay rake, one One cane mill and evaporator, two stands of bees; one cream separator, about 150 chickens and 150 farmer. everything used by an ' vounir chicks; a lot of turkeys, geese, etc. Some household and kitchen furniture. THE SALE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE. PLENTY OF DINNER FOR EVERYBODY. Don't fail to attend as this will be the "BIG SALE" of the year in Boyle County and perhaps the LAST CHANCE to buy Boyle County land at public auction this year. For further particulars inquire of Mr. J. M. McGraw or Mr. S. Spradling, at the farms, who will take pleasure in showing the farms before . . date of sale, or see buy-biddin- g. sub-divid- ed h two-year-o- ld ar ar e 60-pou- 90-pou- nd ar ar ar disc-harrow- s, one-hors- up-to-da- te r SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man. Lancaster, Kentucky The Ceniral Record, Thursday. May 30, 1918. cards Dr. Wm. D. at Itslney Livery SUble. Kentucky Lancaster. ORlce HOLD THE BATTLE LINE IN FRANCE Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Feed the American Army Surgeon Wheat Flour Save the PRICES SOAR Enter contract now for your buildings for the year and THE PATRIOTIC PLEDGE Ky -- 1911. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Dank. Kesidence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. persons living at my home. 1 have on hand I have a family of pounds of wheat flour. I agree that In my homo we will not use more than six pounds of wheat products In thirty days for each person. Including In Cour, crackers. Victory bread, macaroni, etc., until the next harvest conies August I agree to hold at my homo all wheat flour which I have on hand over a thirty days' supply for my family on the ration of six pounds per month per person, and to dispose of such surplus as tho United States Hood Administration may direct In the Interest of National Safety. If my surplus flour Is given to the Government, I am to be paid what It cost me. I make and sign this pledge as an American cttlien to aid In the winning of the war. P. O. Address SAVE 25 per cent or more. Believe us. Pamt Lick, Cut out the above pledge. Fill In the blanks. Sign your name and address and mall to your County Food Administrator at once. VETERINARIAN. Wheat! Wheat!! Wheat!!! This Is the great national necessity at tho Day or present time. It Is needed for the immense, armies we are sending abroad at Promptly Call Answered the present time. It Is nocded for the Allied armies who are so gloriously holdNight. Phone 317. ing the' Battle Line In Western France until the Americans can get "on the KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. Job" and drive the German Hordes back across the Rhine. It Is wheat -- our that Is so badly needed for bread stuffs over there, it Is wheat flour that the American Government must have and our American Patriots at home must provide It by savings In the homes. There Is no other source of supply until the next harvest. Thus duty calls us to our part In the war. Fine Cut Flowers. Knowing that all loyal citizens are glad and willing to conform their households to the six pound ration until the new havest, but knowing also that we John M. and perhaps not averse have some among us who are disloyal and to seeing sacrificed the splendid brave youth of the nation who are going from our homes to tight for our freedom, the Government Is protecting our loyal W. A. WHEELER citizens against those disloyal In meeting this call for the saving of wheat DENTIST flour. There Is on the Statute Books a law against Hoarding under which those who hold an unreasonable amount of flour are being prosecuted by the - - KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Department of Justice In the Federal Courts. 'The penalty for convicted hoardOfllce over Stormes Drug; Store. ers Is a fine not to exceed 15,000, and Imprisonment not to exceed two years, or both. -1 p.m. 7:3J-!)lia.m. Hour3 The Food Administration has determined the amount of wheat that la BOOKKEEPING available from now until harvest for the American people. It has determined Bgslness.Phanograpny that a reasonable use must not exceed six pounds per month per person and f TYPEWRITING and TTTIPCRAPHV has stated that It Is unreasonable In this emergency to have on hand more ifallTH BUSINESS COLLEUE than a thirty days' supply on this ration for our householders. C" W. I. Inrndv yl.Zlml Any person who has on hand more than this amount Is liable to prosecuIU rrtsllrat hss rsr.of nrlnc In ;stlM jV tm.lo. tion as a hoarder of flour under the law on orders from tho Food Administraui SsnUns.n't wom.B Ilo a ntrK rrm-- f MSC mfn tion. The procedure Is by Indictment In the Federal Court. Recognizing, however, that many patriotic persons, following practices formerly considered legitimate and usual, have laid In larger quantities of flour than In this time of National Emergency Is considered reasonable and right, and that many of theae persons acted In so doing from proper motives, the Food Administration In the Interest oflfalrness and justice, now offers to those citizens who have thus acted la good faith, the opportunity of showing their patriotism and Insuring themselves against tho notoriety and penalties that $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulba would result from prosecution. for fall No person In Kentucky, therefore, who makes and files with their County Jl.OO. Write for particulars and FREE FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells Food Administrator the statement disclosed tn the Pledge at the bead of this what tn plant, how to plant and when article and holds his surplus flour for the Government, agreeing to turn It over to plant. If It Is needed, will be prosecuted by the Government for boarding flour. The Food Administration will not call for your surplus unless It Is necesSINGER, THE FLORIST sary, and when It does call, will leave you your thirty days' supply, but It must Is and It must have your promise to turn It over as a HARRODSBURG, KY. know where the flour ROUTE, P. measure of National Safety. In some Kentucky counties, owing to shortage of supply. It has already been found necessary to direct tbat'excess holdings be marketed, but It Is only In cases of emergency that such action is contemplated. When this call comes to you think of tho needs of our soldiers, the brave Now is the time to plant your boys who fight our battle for freedom, for the safety of our homes from the Orchard. Lawn ami Garden. let slacker Our large descriptive cntt.l 'f menace of the Huns. Don't the anyone say you are a of need. because you have Government In time Every pound of not offered your surplus to reliable flour now counts In this time of trouble. Remember also that the Influence of your offer on other citizens hot so patriotically Inclined, may save the lives of many bravo boys from )uur own home town. Make your sacrifice for them and Inscribe your name In this pledge on your Country's Roll of Honor! FRED M. SACKETT, PoFederal Food Administrator for Kentucky. May 17th, 1911. Dr. Printus Walker Hervey & Woods I I Paint Lick, Kentucky. Mr.rrtd Furniture. Juit a Hint far Aunty. When furniture linn lecome mnrrvd Aunt Mnble. tllt!n: lit our lions, n nickel from tlttl Kntle to touch up the spots with Iodine tn bring borrowed tcli phone and forgot to ivpny tin- - loan. inn; me color, men rati unit furniture Knlli- - worried nlxnit the loss, for to polish. livr It wni n mighty Me sum. Finally she snld tn her mother, "When we nre Well, He Knew Whit He Wanted. !l nt the table, let'" Jim and list begin John was busy Imitating the men lulk iiIkiiu owing wiiti" nlckil. who were tiienurlm: some irround In licts inn) In auntie will remember I" the nelztiNirhmxl of hi home, lie ov. e one to me." wniitiil the tape mentire nnd came to hi mother nnd said, "Mother, plense muy I take your Inrher" Not In That Way. A foreign-borcitizen and hl wife A fire a ere not living together. Good It Cheerful Voice, their home. The Insurance fultlvnle 11 cheerful olee its n safe- company was resisting the payment ngalnt tho wrong thing. It I" of the policy of Insurance thereon. i"ianl nit I'liiv to ciiiniilaln or to utter dole The hashnnd. on was asked by the lawyer for the In- ful forrnsti In 11 blithe nml breezy tone. ti surance- company If he find bis wife nnd moreover, the hnhlt of tone the habit of thought. were not separate!. He replied, "Not financially." Everybody's Magazine. Ancient "C2tisy." 1111 old mitneof futility fhlnn by thai nuiiilr) n l;nown tn En Hli'ili e Tie- nip- niii ilnrliic Die in'ilil1 iu-I'.Htloli Encyolopiilln "futlmy l llildeil from Kliltnl, the inline whleh troH.-rlun that of the klnilom established by the Khltnli conquer. or In the norlle-n- i pnnlnre" or fhlnn about A. I. !n7 nnd wns sill'- ipiently applied to the whole of Khlt.il ! still thi Itunhin Clilim." name for China. In f Mice ran bo kept may from bnnki "'I'1 " pieces ? cum cntnph.11 are uiu near mem on I lie sheliea. Honaker Mleelets Books. McRoberts. Versatile. A versatile man Is one who enn talk it the right time nnd keep still nbec there Is nothing to say. First Colonist Cenerat Hospital. on Frhrnnry 7, 1"1, that the lint general hoplt was chartered In the colonies the IVnnsylvnntn state It irn rr. "''""! , t Avtrs ot Valuta, r'ttniatlng ijuiiutltlrs ef hulk hospltnl In Philadelphia. Joshua Cro-liwas the HrM president of the In' llnnlon. and Benjamin Frnnklln. who liml been prominent In urging the es tatilUhment of nn Institution for the cure of the sick, was the first clerk. It wj In hl hospital In 17'S) Unit Thomas Itnn gne the first clinical Instruction In America, Llcorlct Root In Demand. I.teorlre root Is found In nrloiis pnrts of the pnnlncv of ("niie of Coo,! illope. After Its Introduction there a nnuitn-- r of fanners planted It and then, prolmlily on account of the lack of a market, neglertisl It. Ijtler It so spread In certain localities as tn become a difficult tn eradicate. Now, lis usefulness has been recognised, and the tllggers pay two rents 11 uiuml for the prhllegv of dlgjlng It. It Is Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting help to hntu unit tig or to get the required result. The , following figures nre recognized ' i'.'e 11lues, siting weights III Kill in I fur one cubic foot of the material mimed. Soft coiil nslies, tightly purked It; rliiiliTH. W to 4.: tinrd or nntlini rile coal. M tn 0); soft or hlttimlnoii. ml. 47 tn 62; coke. 23 tn XI; Iron l.Hl. lend. "OU; pitch. 75 H)und jkt ul.le font. urts handy for multiplication nir TRI Take Your Vacation at Home. Liberty Belles Singing Orcheitra In Stirring Patriotic NO TRUNKS TO PACK. Program. NO BAGGAGE TO CHECK NO HOT RIDES ON DUSTY TRAINS Small Fruits, Shrubs. Evsrgreens, Grace, Asparagus, Seed Fruitand ShadeTrees Ralph Bingham America's Greatest Funmslter. Get the Most Out of tatoes, Strawberries, etc., is ftee upon'Jnquiry Write for free Catalogue No Act U.F.Hillenmeycr & Sets. Lexington, Kentucky. Llnhtnlng Stat!:l:. The host conductors nf ' "i'iii, I jr. ! placed In the order f vv tire: Mctnlx, gnu, cuke. gtrithite ,. . tlons nf xtiltK, urliN ill..' witter Tlh est nnmondiii-tors- . "Ith nuirly i jerfrct Insulation, lire! riit'tT, guttapercha, dry i:lr mid guKuv, vm.1, ebonite, "Ilk. gluss, uux, Milpliur. reln iiimI pnruinii. Canada Reduces, Wheat Consumption. Home consumption of wheat in Canada is now being reduced about SO per cant to make possible an Increase la tvheat exports. Bsvs Foot Be Mere Efficient Than the Enemy. "The only ay to win the war," Pro- Says the Idaho Farmer: "The bread ration of the 'allied soldiers now facing the fearful onslaught ,ir nUPn, an guns and gas has been reduced. ' Why? uecause mey naven t enough to go around. Tbey haven't enough wheat to make their war bread out of. What art we going to do about it?" Montague Light Opera Singers In Selections from Light Operas in Special Costumes. g GRAND VACATION DAYS g Sergeant Wolff Thrilling Espvritncet from French Bsttl.n.Idi. RIGHT AT YOUR DOOR Enough Fun and Inspiration in Five days to last a year at the gressive Farmer believes, "Is for us to be more efficient than the enemy. If the Hun soldier Is efflclent, ours must If bt made more efficient. the Gtrman farmer Is efflclent Ja feeding and clothing the German army, the American farmer knuat prove himself ' more efficient." Savs Food. U. 8. Cornmtal Output Doubled. A canrasa of the whole country by the Food Administration shows that the actual milling output of cornmeal Increased from 3.000,000 barrels In Ocgive ft rhe undersigned hereby trespasswarn tober to nearly (,000AM barrels for upon March. During the past It months, ing to all persons not to our lands for enyjiurpoie whatever as the output of corn floor has Increased 600 per ceaU w will prosecute all offenders to ful 'ao4. Sav tost extent of th.s law. Hunters and. Nt Sacrifice, Just a Ctuuigt, Fishermen especially take notice. It.L-Elkl- n Tat program of food conservation la Ed & Nil Price the United SUtes leads Missouri Rural-li- t Rlgtby. S. J. C. RIgiby. to say: "We Amerlcaat hart not Mrs, Emma Hlgginbotham.; been asked for any real sacrifice. Mrs. J. Wade Walker.SPt. Oar meatlen day and whtatleaa meals aaatcely a matter of chaaglag tba James M. White andjwife. snbstttutlas oat food tor It. L. Darker Walter Humphrey aad aro aotalas compared rattema Imposed oa tat Gog- John Tstum. atst tha rosantary rations We wyi add otbir names for 25cinti Ua CanadUaa." "It It the War." In France fifty per cent of the total energy of the people la said to go Into military effort. Hardships, hunger, sorrow all suffering Is excused with the explanation, "It Is the war." This Is the kind ot spirit needed In every American home. , fUvs Fuod. Paramount Entertainers Fairckild Ladies Quartet Detective H. J. Loose Member of Chicago Police Force in Timely POSTED a 7t Put Evtry Acre to Work. In an editorial reviewing handicaps hardships of the past, Michigan and Business Farming has this to say about the future: 'The time for finding fault with things, which for reasons perhaps mora cogent than we can realize can not bt changed for the time being at least, has passed. Now that the planting season Is near and tha farmer must soon decide upon his acreage, let us have doot with, fruitless complaining, pat oar haada to tht plow and do OUR part la winning tbt war. Never Itt It bt said that a soldier sutTtrlng hunger or that far-of- f Belgium ditd from a child In starvation because you failed In this great hoar of need to grew tht mlta ot food which txusat aavt zvaxrlsaatl Redpath Chautauqua All for $2.00 and the 10 per cent war tax1 See Detailed Program for Further Information. Lecture. Other Entertaining Features LANCASTER CHAUTAUQUA WEEK JUNE 24 TO JUNE 28 taem." mm ik jv n The Central Record, Thursday, May 30. 1918. COLONY OF BEES PLANT RIGHT VETCH SEED FOR BIG CROP IS LIKE MACHINE Beekeeper Who Knows His Business Is Thoroughly Sure of Success. PROPER HOUSE IS IMPORTANT Greatest Source of Lou It Death and Weakness of Insects In Winter-Dis- ease Discourages Many Deglnnera, the United Ptntri Department of Agriculture.) riilotiy nf bees Is like Tho TCMurti n good machine In tin' linnili nf n good mechanic. Wlillo energy In consumi-rlmpljr In run tin' niiKlilnr. n good docs tin- - right work nt the right time nmt itt:!.ir tho grentet tmaslblr rrunnl In tin' machine's nutpuf . So ttlin Iiiih mnili' n study tin' nf ttic business mill knows how proper-- 1 l jr to direct tin' energies nf tin' sure of winning tin- - grisliest success. Many gooI beekis pcrs In tin- - t'nlti-Mtntc recihe n good living from their hies nml lini Incomes isiunl tii tlmt runs farmer In other line nf n pro of agriculture. I lees should ! irti-rlhnucd In gniHl hives. Swnnnliig should ln surplus riM.ui should In' provided nt tin' irHT tlini'. nml In uburi-Inure- , (Trom BOND ISSUE Lancaster, Ky., May 25th, 191 S. Dic-kerso- How to Distinguish Varieties and Common Adulterants. Success Rest Fundarr ntally on Use of Proper Seed One Thrives In Northern States and Other Where Climate Is Mild. (Prepared l.y tre United Elates Department of Agriculture.) cesolutions. Succcsi In the growing nf vctcho rests fundamentally on the u?e ot proper seed. Common vetch can he Fuccesfully crown only where the winters nre mild, while hairy vetch can withstand the winters even In the Northern states and will not grow successfully when sown In the pprlng In regions where the summers nre very hot. While ncttial misbranding Is Infre- - li' At the office of Dr. J. A. Anion, in the city of Lancaster, Kentucky, May 25, 1918, a meet-i- n of the Board of Trustees of the Lancaster Graded School, Common District No. 24, duly called by the chairman, the following trustees were present: Dr. W. M. Elliott, J. A. Anion, J. E. II. V. Bastin and J. A. Beazley, and the following proceedings were had: J. A. Beazley n, PWIffll nml mliiiinti' proti-ctlo- nml cure tn prevent lixws should be provided during tin' winter. Of the tnnj'ir sourci nf loss nf bees the gnatcst N tin' iltiitli nml weakness nf cclonlri In winter. l!y starvtitlon nml i'xlmiitliui nf ltnllty tin- - uvcrngi In iwt loenlltles It full) Hint it li 10 pi r rent. It In m it nt oil unnual honey crop t In- - nilunil one fur tho Imlf ly poor wlntrrtng. yet this omnlng wlnlir loss ran bo niluciil readily ti less tlmn 1 per cent. A second sourte of lw m frmn twe Infectious illsist'es if tin brood nl hoes, nuroprwn foiilbrood and Amcrl-rafimllT.--- 1. Within Hh-- twst fiu yoflrs many nf tin" states time provided for apiary lnYtlmi. and In nil i t.tlt n few Mates these diseases r' nily roiitroll.tl tn ITHilt coiwner dnl beekeeper tn mmluct tlu'lr work with virtually full returns In spite of such succi m the nmiunl loot nf coin- - 0 introduced the following resolutions: Be it resolved by the Board of Trustees of the Lancaster Graded Common School District, (white) No. 24, whereas, the present school grounds are inadequate and too small for present school purposes, and whereas, there is insiuTient funds to purchase this additional land and practically no funds are available for that purpose, and whereas, in our opinion it is necessary to order an election and to submit to the voters of said district the question whether or noc the trustees thereof shall issue bonds of said district in the sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($3000.) for the purpose of purchasing a tract of land adjoining the present school land consisting of five and one quarter acres. It is now unanimously ordered that an election oe held for said purpose and same is hereby ordered to submit to the voters of said district the question whether or not the trustees thereof shall issue bonds of said district in said sum of Five Thousand Dollars (5000.00), said bonds to be in denomination of five hundred dollars (500.00) each, and one of said bonds to be due on the 15th. day of December, 192o, and one bond due and payable each year thereafter until all of said bonds are paid, and the same shall bear interest from date at the rate of live per cent per annum, payable annually. For the said purpose it is further ordered that due notice of said election shall be given by said trustees by written or printed posters, not Jess than one foot square, signed by said trustees, stating the time, date, and hour of said election, posted at not less than six public conspicuous places in the district for ten days previous to the date of the election, and by one insertion thereof in the Central Record, a newspaper published in Garrard County, in said district. The Board shall appoint two judges, a clerk and a horill' to hold said election, who shall be first duly sworn before acting and shall be housekeepers, taxpayers and residents in said district, and one of the judges shall ask of each voter, "Are you in favor of the issue of bonds by the trustees of this Graded Common School District for 'i.e purpose of purchasing additional land and ground for school purposes for this district and ad joining the present school site?" And the clerk shall record the answer "yes" or "no" as given by the voter. It is further ordered that said election shall be held at the present school house building on Lexington Street, in the city of Lancaster in said district, on the loth day of June 1918, between the hours of one o'clock, P. M., and six o'clock, P. M., and said trustees duly appointed E. W. Harris and George Smith, Sr., judges, and Charlie Anderson, clerk, and Tom Wherritt, sheriff, to hold said election, and they are hereby ordered and directed to hold said election at said time and place for said purpose. Whereupon, J. A. Beazley, moved the adoption of said resolution, and Dr. Elliott seconded said motion, whereupon same was unanimously adopted and passed by vote duly taken, all of said trustees voting for said resolution. J. A. AMON, W. M. ELLIOTT, Sec'y., J. E. DICKERSON Good Stand of Hairy Vetch In Rye Rye Furnlilies Support for Trailing Vetch. nuent, mliiltci, itlon by the u'e of large quantities of seed of other vetches and similar plant' has become u common practice. Seed of common vetch liver-ag- e consider;. My larger than those of hairy vetch. They nre slightly flattened, which trevents them from roll-In- g readily. Vhe surface Is more or less dMInctb mottled, the color of the seid ranging from light brown to green. In old seed the general color Is dark, Seeds of hairy vetch are smnll and nearly spherical, the usual color ranging from gray to leaded black. New secil may be Somewhat brown or green. A conclusive distinction between the two kinds Is cen In the seed scars with the aid of a magnifier. The scars of common vetch are narrowly wedge-shape- d nnd have n slight ridge, while the scar In the hairy vetch Is broad nnd ovnl In shape and Is often split along the center. When one Is with the nppenrnnce of vetch oed nnd can recognize It by means of the scar ns seen under n magnifier, the detection of othi? seeds used In adulteration Is not difficult. FERTILIZERS FOR GOOD CROP Wastes Obtained In Utilization of All Plant Products May Be Made Use Of. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Collecting a Swarm of Deo. dlrn In probably $2,000-(s- i, nml innny beginners In heikcipliig arc dlscouragtd l.y tho disease sltun-tlnThin source nf loss Ik Hu rt fort' n serious one. Whin ii rnlony become impulnn luring n good honey How It normiilly mnkes preparation to Kwnrin, thus dividing Its.lf Into two colonies. While thin Instinct In advantageous to wllil bees, It mull a In n risluctlon In the homy rrnp If the division nrrnm, ns It usually does, Just before or ilurlng tho "time when nectar U especially nbun-hin- t, Ilnrcly enn swarming ho entire-l- y prcintod, even with tho best of enrr, hut the proper uirnaun' of a In ri'iluc-In- g nklll In hln nirci thin nrthlty. A fnlluri' to ntti nipt tills rnusca untold Ion In lion)')' iM ry year, nml the imthoiU of hunrin prevention nml rnntrol run he unilirtiHil only liy rnrrful Muily nml fxperlinre. The projHT giving of room for fur-p- i iih honey Is luiiHirtatit In thlx connection. It la nn unusually gooil locality In which nectnr l nliumlnnt nil Hummer nml thin room mut v given nt JuM the right time. This necenltnlen watchful study of the noctn reproducing llowrra. It In ipilte n comnioti prnc-tlc- e for IxckccpcM to put on one "super" for the utornge of aurplui honey nml to wait until thla In entirely flllcil hefore giving more fpnee. Thin nulla In the loan of much honey from lark of ktomge tpucc, nml oftru too much la stored In the pnrt of tho hive which Mioutd he ilevotod to hrood rearing. Tho proper placing of room for urplu houcy rcqulrca vlgllanco and atudy, nnd n fnlluro to provldo thin room on time and In the proper wny often may reduce Uio crop to ouc-thlrrile" from II. V. BASTIN; J. A. BEAZLEY. An election is hereby called at the time and place and for the purpose set forth in the going resolution and notice and order thereof is hereby given. Witness our hands as trustees of said district, this 25th day of May, 191S. J. A. AMON, Pres., W. M. ELLIOTT, Sect'y., J. E. DICKERSON, II. V. BASTIN, J. A. BEAZLEY. fore- The foregoing minutes were read, approved, and adopted by unanimous vote of the Board. It is further ordered that J. E. Dickerson and J. A. Beazley be appointed to duly advertise said election as directed in the foregoing resolution. j Two Important Chains. Strange Contradiction. Spoiler of Harmony. ) Wives Evidently His Hobby. "TV mmi dr.t il halu which is the goldui "It'n ton hail," mid t'ncle Ilhcn, "dat fee de bright Mc I'rohiihl) the modern world' mirry-lu, a household tugitui r. KIihIiicks man Mngln off de key ii' life," raid Uncle Khen, "Ii generally recent fnl men with cieutiit hy oi.e hull) which Minis households go on MM'llln' ile Fame feller dat's nfrnld of hit ' i Oeorge Wltzoff. the lilgamM whiwe (in mi often allowed to r. hndow." ii'iirrliigi'x have vnrlnu-l- y I'ocn I'Mlnnit-e- d iii pleasure not only of do choir, hut port- ijif de whole congregation." nt from 2tR) to Sflo. It wni n Read Signs Wrong, week Fighting for Truth, ed Hint In the Miuio of n Why didn't ltrlde (rcpro.irhfully) righting for truth In IIm ut recesses li went through marriage cercmonlcH Truly Remarkable rUccd you tell mo lhat you were In dehtl ot sunctlty. for human dignity ss- with ten women. A wonderful matrimonial reeorn wan You scoim-sn unhappy that I thoughl ' leinntlcully outraged, or fur that of it certain John WiiUm, " "miii rights mercilessly trodden under human you had money. Omaha News. foot rrnniUcn. Thin "Juggler ot ncurtn" champion' of such Intercuts, men llrst with the eight liiH'iime ii r descry, iim from n summit sud dum-hterof a tirew er resident In '1'rU-en- . of nil grandeur Within a year he hnil gone through denly revenliil, the posslhle of Moodshed suffered or lulllctcd. a form of marriage with each nf the Have Sloan's Liniment handy Thomas IK Qulucey, eight sisters, uml had succeeded In for bruises and sprains and all with their diuvrle. Quick relief ruins and aches. Just "Substitution." follows its prompt application. Here Is a "ulisiltiillon" story that No need ta rub. for rheumatic Celtic tn Origin, aches, neuralgia, stiff muscles, lams will take n lot of heating. It concerns Of BOURBON POtlTPY CIRC Tho word "Itlilne" Is u Celtic word, n farmer who was glten u shopwalker back, lumbago, gout, strains, and down a chick's Ureal cures meaning "floor," and the Itritlsti Isles sprains, it gives (uick.reUel. as a furm lalmrcr. Tho first morning rains. A few drops la tb Gtnrrous stied poltlei. ' SC a Celtic nrchlpelago. fllastonhury dilating water cores anu form he Full tn his new hand: "Take a prevents cholera, utarrhoea and not Cnnlerhury was tho Kacred horse nnd go In the station for u load an4olhercblekdlieake. One meccn of Knglnnd, nml KncUind hefore of iHitutoes." When ho arrived the staWo Uitlle makes it rallocs of Dirdlclue At all JrUKflils. she was Knglnnd wus n Celtic country. tion agent wild: "All right, but how haioplv and booklet on acnt iltBU. The Iloyne was the "acred rlor of are you going tn take them without a Christian Ireland, the most lo!ltlcal curt!" Douibsn IiistJr Co. tsuivu. I; "IVurmer suld the man, "I'to river that flowed Into the eea. forgotten the llaielden Ilrothcrs. Bruises and Sprains Ripening Cream. cream tho albumlnoui matter la rendered . more tcnacloua, I making the churning rosier, Tho proper ripening of cream hna a good dead to do with the lot of fat In churning. Hy ripening Since fertilizers nre ued ns food for plants It will follow that plants, certain parts of and particularly plants, may serve as fertilizers for a new crop. This fact has long been recognised, and the wastes obtained In the utilization of nil plant products may therefore be disposal of for ferAt one time n plant tilizer tie. wnste Known ns cottonseed nienl, In the manufacture of cottonseed "till, constitute the largest single source of nitrogenous material used In fertilizers, and the quantity still ucil for this purpose Is In excess of 300,000 tons annually. Plant wastes of this kind, together with certain animal wastes, ns dried blood, nre now being ued, however, more nnd more ns feed for animals; hut even In the utilization of organic wastes fertilizers will no doubt still always consume the greater number of products, for nil may be used for fertiliser manufacture, hut all are not suited as food for animals, A rase of this kind Is seen In the recovery of potash ns n In the manufacture of nicoIn this tine from tobacco waste. there Is also furnished another Illustration of the use as a fertilizer of n waste product recovered In the utilization of n waste. Summing up, It may be stated that about wastes furnished Industrial 10 per cent of the potash, 8 per cent of the phosphoric ncld, and 85 per cent of tho nitrogen used In this country In 1010. Tho potash was oWalned from such wastes as tobacco stems, cottonseed bolls, hardwood nshes, washings, blastfurnace flue dust, cement flue dust. and sugar residues; the phosphoric arid was furnished by such materials as bones, shells, Ash scrap, nnd baste slag, and the nitrogen waj pbtalned from wastes In Jls mannfaetura of castor. Unseed, and fun oils: from nnl mal wastes, as blood, Sail, biros, hoofs, and bides, from ftaUBfC bndj wool wastes, and from coke. mn i ni I The Central Record, Thursday, May 30 1918. 5.00 Rev. and Mrs, F. D, Palmcter, 5.00 Mr. James R. Brown, . 5.00 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. L. J.Sanford, 2.00 Mr. Guy Duerson, . 5.00 C.OO Lee Holtzciaw, 1 bu. wheat, Mr. G. A. Ballard, . 5.00 2.00 Prcceeds of dinner at Cunning Mrs. Sallie Anderson, . 5.00 Mr, T.ro Anderson ham 5.00 Farm, Scrmen Anderson, 2 5.00 FoUc.a Johnscn, 1.00 isucr.n Mrs. Duerson, . 2.50 is:a I acuity tund, CO 6 E. C.x John Duderar, 6.00 W, II. Swope 20 00 Mrs. Charles Mccks, . 1.00 .".00 Lee Andersen, Gee. Inlmcr . 1,00 Smith Henry 25. Of .Mr. Milton Burton, . 1,00 Dean Zanon HARRODSBURG, KY. 1.00 7. E. Dunn J. W. Wiley 50.00 Mr. S. S. Smith, . 6.00 1.00 Mrs. Sallie Wwcns, Mrs C!in KeynsMi 25.00 E. Will 1.00 Llda Duerson, 1.00 2.00 O. B. Sutton M. A. Leak 10.00 Manic Campbell 1.00 Mrs. A. D. Smith 6.00 1.00 Lcnnic Tcrkins, Teita SchntWer 1.00 Mr. an-- J Mrs. J. W. Glass, . . 2S.00 James ,0. and W. Turner, . 1.00 C00 S. W. Morgan, col., Mrs, R. It. Damn 60 a. p. Swops 2r..iH Mr. John W. Stewart . 5.00 2.00 S. A. Ballard Dr T. J. Hood 5.00 J. E. Shearan 10 00 Mr. and Mrs. Uuderwood . 2.00 5.00 Miss Lcttle Ballard Mrs. G. C. Walker 2.00 R. K. Speaks Mrs. A. T. Boiling . 10.00 1.00 6.00 Bryan Sutton, W. A. Dlckerson 2.00 C. l'.Currens, 10.00 Mr. Wm. Hurt, . 1.00 23.00, D. D. Smith S. G. Haselden, 1.00 J. L. Duncan, Mr Walter Normnn, 5.00 . 1.00 2.00 R. B. Wilkinson J. SI. Meadows 2,00 T. Cncatham, 10.00 Mr. Parker 25 1.00 J. F. Este Mrs. Wesley Dlckerson 4.00 N. T. Grow, 25.00 Mrs. Parker, 25 .. Wesley Dlckerson, - 5.00 Walter Smlih Mary Todd, 1.00 J. W. Bryant . 1.00 1.00 Miss 1.00 Jessie Bogie, Mattlc Mae Lutes, W. L. Todd Bowling, 1.00 Jsnie 1.00 Mrs. . 5.00 2.00 Mrs. C. CJ. Todd J. K. Sutton 1.00 Mrs. O. A. Bowling 15.00 Miss Ida Hurt . 1.00 10.00 Mrs. Lucy Henderson, W. T. West C. A. Bowling . 1.00 . 25.00 Miss Cora Hurt 1.00 1.00 M!sj Allie Adams Ernest Hibbard D. McMurtry, 1.00 7.00 Mr. Arthur JIurt, 25 1.00 Mary Montgomery, W. H. Hamilton 2.00 Rufus Ison, 6.00 Mr. D. Patrick, 10.00 6.00 J. W. Reynolds, T. S. Hendrcn 1.09 Scott Huffman 1.00 Mr. J. L. Coldiron, . 1.00 60.00 Leslie Reynolds Sweeney Morgan, z 1.00 Joe Pierce, 10.00 Mr. George Conn, 50 1,00 E. C. Cheatham. MAAAAAAAAAslAAAAAAMsljIslAMslMAftAl Bastin Holbert 3.00 Cecil Bcatty 10.00 Mr. Woods Walker, 100.00 1.00 Taylor House, M. C. D. Jones 1 00 II. C. Glass 1.00 Mr. W. F. Parks 60 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dlckerson 100.00 J. C. Morgan 26.00 II. W. McAfee 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Estridge, 11.00 .Mr. L. T Kirk, 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wylle... 5.00 6.00 J. W. Sweeney, R. E. Henry C.OO Mr. O. II. Hendren, 25.00 G. A. Bowling, Jr 1.00 Mr. Rice G. Wood 26.00 Mr. R. I Champ 15.00 6.00 Mrs. J. J. Thompson, A. D. Ford 10.00 Eddie Preston 1,00 Lula Reynolds, 1.00 Mr. E. L. Woods 50.00 Mr. Tobe Watson, 1.00 5.00 G. C. Walker J. S. Gilbert 10.00 Margaret Robinson, 2.00 Mrs. Charles Graves........ 50 Mrs. Colston, 1.00 Mrs. Ballard Hounshcll, . 60 5.00 Mrs. Emma Daniel, E. W. Morrow 10.00 Hickman School District, Miss Mr. E. B. Cooley . 5.00 Mrs. John Wilson 1.00 Mrs. James Champ 1.00 5.00 Fisher Herring Stephen Walker 10.00 Lucrctia Skinner, 05.90 Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Henry .. 6.00 Mr. A. B. Champ 2.00 Mrs. Ballard 1.00 3.00 Mr3. Victoria Anderson, Carlton Elkln . 5.00 School District, No. 16, Miss Mr. Morris Todd, 5.00 Mr. Ebb Cook 5.00 Mr. James Champ 2.50 1.00 Mrs. Taylor House, Miss Josie Sanders Ida Hurt 5.001 Mrs. R. G. Woods, 17.2 5.00 Mrs. Bob Parsons, 6.00 Mrs. R. II, Ralston 60 25.00 J. K. Sutton, King Haggard 5.00 School District No. 2, Miss Eva Mr. Paul French, 1.00 Mr. Fred Hall 1.04 Mr. Leslie Prewitt 1.09 1.00 J. S. Pettus W. T. Sutton, Merrymnn, 5.00 . 38.00 Mrs, J. P.. Furr, 20.00 Mr. Charles Prewitt l.(0 Mr. James A. Todd 1,00 1.00 C. L. Ramsey. Tarker Jenkins, 1.50 School District, No. 40, Miss Mrs. E. Williams 10.00 Mr. W. J. Wlddlck 1.00 Mr. J. T. Ralston 1.00 10.00 OIKc Ejief David Stephens Mrs. Wm. Ralston, 1.00 Parrie Clark, already report . 3.00 Mr. Edd Ralston 5.00 Mr. Charles Dillon, C.OO 10.00 Mrs. Naomi Hamilton ed 10.00 Mrs. L. K. Perkins 54.85 Mrs. Nellie Sutton 60.00 Mr Arthur Ball 1.00 Mr. W. C. Wynn 1.00 10.00 Mrs. V H. Brown jO Marian Mitchell 2.00 J. P. Huffman Frank Holtzciaw, 5.00 Mr. Hiram Pointer, 1.00 Mr. C. U Parsons, 1.00 Cash, Rett Cross Picture ShowlOl.85 Joe Cheatham, 1.00 Miss Helen Gill 60.00 Lizzie Payne, y. 5.00 Mr. Sam Hall 50 Ellen Bower., 1.00 1.00 R. It. Tomlinson, II. C. Shackelford, Jr. 25.00 j Miss Martha GUI 30.00 Will Gaffney, 5.00 Mr. R. J. Wtlker, . 1.00 Mrs. T. Ralston 1.00 2.00 W. M. Smith Geo. Smith, Jr 5.00 Mr. S. C. Der.t.y 30.00 Mr. J. II. Ftshcr 6.00 Mr. Bill Edy 50 Mr. Frank. Ralston, 1.00 3.00 Will Miss Allie Hendrcn 2.00 A. R. Denny, Hiatt 50.00 II. N. Gaffney 1..00 1.00 Mrs. G. II. Robinson, 25.00 Hagan King BOURNE. 1.00 jit. Clay Sutton A. P.. Burchell. 50.00 Miss Ycager, 25.00 1.50 Mr. J. I). Wynn 1.00 W. Mrs. Bettie Landram, 1.00 Ambrose Calico H. Whittiker 1.00 Mr. Let t Liam, 1.00 5.00 Mr. Henry Anderson, Miss I.ida Mae Murphy is on the 1.00 Mrs. Moore 1.00 j J. II. Clark 5.00 Mrs. Oormney, Jesse Ray, .100 sick list. 1.00 Mr. J. T. Tussey . 5.00 Walker Mrs. Use Ford 10.00 Mr. Alfred Ouens, . Burdette, 1.00 6.0J Mr. A. C. Rhodus 1.00, Mr. Ada B. Sweeney 'Mr. S. II. Speake sold to Mr. Ben 1.00 Mrs. J. A. Tucker COClMrs. Mnttie Duncan, 5.00 Martha Roberts, Mr. W. T. Doolin, 2.00 Halcomb 25 Mr. Smith Hagar. some corn at $9. per bbl. 3.00 Miss Bettie Robinson, SO Mr. W. B. Noe 5.00 W. G. Anderson, Mr. Mark Bogie, 5.00 Josh Jones. 10.00 2.00 Miss Elizabeth Scott Mr. J. P. Hnmm nttendr.1 the funMr. A. F. Sadler 10.00 Jair.es Hilton 2.00 Mr. Wm Rhodes 1.00 1.00 Mr. Carl Rankin 1.00 Miss Luclle Hendrickson, 1 1.00 K. L. Noel Mr. Charles Dunn S.00 Miss Mary Stewart, 25.00 eral services of his sister, at Buck-K- 5.00 Mr. T. J. Todd. 1.00 Mr. David Rankin Mrs. J. P .Huffman, 10.00' J. E. Robinson 60 0 )0 Mrs. M. E. Moore 5.00 Mrs. Ilraughtcr, 5.00 Sanders, . C. C. Mr Ben Halcomb 8.00 'John M. F. Adams Mrs. F. II. Smith . 50. 5.00 6.00 Mrs. Steartw Ire farmers o'f this icimty 1. r 1.00 Kurd, Ddlbert Mr. Leslie 12.50 !W. R. Cool: . 50.00 Mr. Salem Wallace 10.00 rains and hae put out a lot of their Bruner 1.00 Mr. James Guynn. 5.00 Mr. Clay Parks H. L. Sanders 5.00 John M. Duncan, 23.00 Jr. P.. L. Arnold 1.00 tobacco, 15.00 Mrs. J. I. Shepherd 10.00 W. S. Carrier Mr. C. K. Poinde.xtcr, 23.00 Harry Anderson, . 1.00 1.0 Mary F. Arnold. 6.00 Mr. T. Champ, . Mr. Johnson Speake sold to Mr. V 1.00 Cash 1.00 W. B. Montgomery. Alor.zo Smith, col., 5.00 A, Lear, of Lancaster, II head of cat5.0J Ir. M. F. Ledford 15.00 Mr. S. C. Tudor 23.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Raney, Mr. W. O. Illanford 1.00 Bob Dillingham, col., . Aaron Smith, col 1.00 tle at 8 cents per pound 1.00 Mr. John Howard, 6.00 10.00 Squire T. Sanders, Miss Jane P.Hopper, 5.00 Mrs. Holtzciaw, 2.00 1.00 Mr. William Prathcr, 1.00 Mrs. M. F. Ledford Mrs. I.ydia Murphy of Lexington, 2.00 Mr. L. C. Horper, Ed Chandler Perry Tuggie, 3H.O0 Mr. Leander Ledford, . 1.00 is at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. 5.00, 6.00 Mr. R. L. Duncan, . 2.50 Rev. and Mrs. Callison, Mr. James Morgan, ."0.0 25.00 ;T. J. Price, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dean, Mr. Charles Howard, 1.00 William Duncan, who is .seriously ill 15.00 1.00 L. E. Herron V. A. Lear, 1.00 30 00 Mr. J. N. Denny 25.00 Mr. Ed Williams 1.00 W.st Point School, Miss Brunette I Bradley Lcr.g, J. W. Forbes, 1 0p. Mr. R. A. Ralston 5.00 Ethel Estridge, 10.00 Arnold, T.ach.r. 1.00 Mrs. Sarah Wihr.ott Mr. J. II. Shepherd 1.00 Mrs. W. R. Patrick 2.00 IS. 00 Paint Lick, Kentucky. 1.00 7au!be3 Cornitt, -- Mr. B. F. Wilmott, .'. XOMINMO PHOCEti Mr and Mrs G M Treadway, 1.00 25.00 Mr. J. L. Shepherd, iu.uu j;r Klchard Herren 6.00 II. S. Gay $ -Mrs. May II. Noland 1.00 Mr. 1.00 10.00 Mr. W. T. Todd and Mrs. Logsdon, C. Gastincau. 1.00 J. Mrsr. Sallie Adderson, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Atkins 2.00 5.00 Fannie KiJd, . . 1.00 Mrs. E. I, Woods 5.00 Jir.i Marshbanks, Miss Kathleen Walter, Mr. Allen Taylor 1.00 Mr. W. 5.00 5.00 Mr. G. M. Wilson Conn, Jr., oO.PO J. A. Mr. and Mr. W. A. Speith, 1.00 Mrs. Beazley, '""iMr. Rus Denton 50 1.00 Mr. T. S. Hensley 1,00 i Mr. D. W P.arsons, 33.03 Mrs. J. A Conn, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Haselder., 2.50 50 I The tr. and Mrs. Burgess 2.00 Mr. Waiter Turner Orilalaj Process it 1.00 , Mrs. D. W. Parsons, Sitioo! Mix Ella Mia Rijiby Jeff Conn, 1.00 Mrs. J. B. Floyd . r.n nn (or times, doors snd sll f.t sulfites 1.00 Mr. E. C. McWhorter 1.00 j Mr. Lee Dunam, . 10.00 Charlie Conn, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Rigsby.. 1.00 Irs. Tusscy, coo' ijiptrj to lutunl hirdiruxi fcniiS. . 1,00 Mr. It. R. Denton 1 00 Mr. 3.00 Susie Ccnn, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Rlgsby.. 1.00 Mrs. S. M. Lakes 1.00 I Costs shout 2c a square tat, n easily 1.00 Mr. W. P. Rogers Nat Pruitt applied and limi quickly; vushabtt and 1.00 ; Mr. James Dunam, Receipts from Pie Supper.. 45.20 Gertrude Conn, 1.00 Mrs. William 1.00 I til,.,!, s.i.h:,. TfctrtiicChl h,tl 1.00 Mr. Daniel Browning Hurt Kenneth Conn, 1.00 Mr. J. L. Lakes Receipts Pleasant Grove Church 1.00 Mr and Mrs. O. L, ai if tt.fttki.f uii 2.00 Hummack.. 5.00 Mr. Wilson Shouse, 1.00 Mr. Webb Kelley 01.75 Worth Conn, Supper 2.00 5.00 j Irs. James Layton, . 60 Mr. E. D. Cooley 1.09 Mrs. J. L. Coldiron 50.03 Mary A. Conn, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton, 1.00 "XChi-Ntuns- I 1.00, 25.00 Mr. Wesley Calico, Ir. Tandy Centers, Store' 1.00 Mr. Thomas Logsdon, 25.00 Juanita Conn, Mr. J. M. Edwards, 5.00 . 2.00 annie Cornett 1.00 Mr and Mrs. J. G. Henderson, 1.00 Mr. Thomas King, la FMI 1l!lt, 50,00 Millard Crisclllis Mr. R. I. Burtcr. 10.00 ixt I. K,n,l 14 tBt, 1.00 Mr. R. T. Cornett 1.00 Mr. J. A. Calico .(. ti.i. i hi lula l 9 1.00 Mr. Jerry Faulkner, 50.00 Miss Llda Crisclllis r Mr. Tom Rankin 3.00 m IttUMHU'lft IMHB.it Ii Ir. W. P. Rogers, 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gastlneau(i 2.00 ,,, I 4. ,MI 141 llh' ItMlhl, I 2.50 Mr. E. N. Rogers 25.00 J. M. Crisclllis Mr. Robert Fox 10.00 Mr. B. M. 2.00 If.J Ml!l III I.U.. ICIIflJIl. 60.00 Mr. Steve Stnrns, Lear 5.00 Mr. George liroaduus. Gosney 25.00 C. R. Barnett, -.- 01) Mr. Newton Hi Ol Vm Ca ,C.'.lu4 1.0'J .Ir. James Hurt, 2,00 Mr. G. M. Green 5.00 Mr. Oscar Boyle 25.00 J. S. Schooler Joel Marsee 5.00 Mr. Wm. . 00 ; 1.00 Mr. W. I. Killy Hurt 1.00 Miss Kate Ely 10.00 Will Ray Mr. B. C. Wcaren, 5.00 Mr. N. 1.00 Mrs. E. t'rjwl'.t Pruitt 1.00 Mr. C. S. Ellis no! 5 03 Mrs. Will Ray R. C. Clark 10.00 1.00 Mr. B. L '.V!' :ir. Hiram Fields, 2.00 Mr. Ed Brown, 1.00 Mrs. J, C. B. Collier T. I.. Naylor, 5.00 8.00 Mr. W. Ir. B. Ramsey, lo.rii 5.00 Mr. P. E. Foley Ilurtc, 1.00 Smith T. R. Naylor 10.00 2.00 2.00 Mr. D. A. Hum Ir. A. McKnlght 10.00 Dr. Montgomery. 5.00 M. D. Johnson Tom Ray, 10.00 Willie Calico 2 on! . 1.00 Mrs. Arnold, 25.00 Mra. Estridge, 1.00 W. P.. Kelly J. J. Sebastian 10.00 . 1'J 1.00 Mr. D. Smitli dr E. M. Ncrman, . 1.00 Mr. C, S. lUnderson 20.00 Jesse Green, Cash 10.00 . r. and Mrs. Dsn Mozier, 2.00 Mrs. Chastine Rucktr We have proren thi tttr rnce o! Chi 1.00 Mr T, II. Kuhlman, 50.00 Chas. Coins, I K. Verkinr 10.00 Mr. 1 Name, wrnihe, cr.ir . 2.00 Mr. Jsn.ra Denny, . James Wood, Jr., ftv Mirs Sallie Elkln 5.00 Wm. Coins, 5.00 Mr. M. and Mrs. Wallace unci by actual trit r. -- i vr i te J.Uj Mr. A. Jett Jack Hester, 1.00 convinced, bcKrc wr wtc.i 1.00 Mrs. Lizzie Logan Kuhlman, J. W. Raney, Vtr 1.00 Mr. W. H. Wardlov.- John f 1.0U Cash 5.0 article, that it rnuit ati . ojr cjhw 5.00. jj- - Sam Jennings, i Mrs. K. Miller 4.00 Mrs. Gecrgc Denny, 2.50 Mr. and Mrs. Gibb Dollins,.. 2.00 Mr. George Conn, 5.0i the utmost value i.'tt.wt for t j.r 1.00 i..r. S. 1. Davis 5.00 Miss Eva Meadows, S. Reynolds J. 25 money. Mrs. J. WaJe Walker 5.00 Mrs. Amc'ia Ross, 2.0'f 1.00 Itr. John Wheeler, Mrs) Dora Wheeler, 5.00 II. K. Sebastian 2.00 Mr. We can cjicIcI leach u praia y and Mrs. Milton Brown,.. 2.00 Mr. Clinton Uo-i- , 2.00 tloori and rcftnith )our fi.rn uure &t h r 1.00 .!r. Loyd King Sam Hall 1.00 Alvin Thomas, . 5.00 Miss Mary Da 1.03 Mr. Dick Chandler 1.00 eaiilY. permanently, Mrs. Alvin Thomas ,. 1.00 Mr. T. J. Clark an j cheap. C.OO Sam Tucker, 1.00 Mrs. J. U. Woods 3.10 Mr. Jim Parsons, 2.50 1.00 lit. M. W. Rcgers, .. . J, 11. Colson, 5.00 J. A. Arnold, 25.00 . r. J. B. Woods, Ctlcr fit 5.00 jnss nmma Odor, 2.00 Mrs. II. C. T. Richmond, 5.00 Mr. Sam Faulknir, Miss Parrio Clark, 3.00 30 t) t, fjojt,'. tii (lord t r. h. I., Boiling, 1.00 Mrs. J. L. Payne, thirt. 1,00 5.00 Wm. Koyston, M. T. Rayliurn, 10.00 Mrs. S. 31. McMnkln 5.00 tl r. Sam Tudor, 2.00 Mr. Sale Hammonds, 0td i4 Ahiffi.it. m tm . CO Mus Brunettn Arnold, 6.00 Mr. S. R. Foley B. H. Jennings, 1.00 11.00 r liiati, brK . Mr. Wm. Royston, 10.50 Mr. Miller Merritt 80 1.00 Mt. W. II. Furr Tom Lakes. 1.00 Mr.-- Vintf Hester 11.00 r. J. W. Palmer, . 25.00 Mr. J. H. Fisher 00 fV!cRobertsi:Orug -! 50.00 Mr. Woods Graves, G.ub, 2.00 Jas. Dnllln, 1.00 Mis3 Clark, District School, 63.88 1.00 Jr. Luther McQucrry, 25,00 lJoe Green, W. T. King, C.OO illic Thompson, 2.00 1.00 j jjr Mcncfot McQucrry, Green, . G. II. Lyons, 10.00 2.00 r. 1.00 A. Parsons . j Mr. J. N. Fnu'.knBr, Forest Stapp, 25.00 Davutown CKr.d Community, 1.00 r. Gtia Uoach, 1.00 Oscar Ray, 10.00 Utr.u Smith, col 5.00 Misses Walker 60.00 a. oo r. and Mrs. Jacob White, 1.00.! Mr. Salem CiWspie Mose Ray 5.00 j Obe Carnett, col 1.00 us Kate Wells, 1.00 . Powell Dailey 1.00 Mr. Km. Rothwell, 10.00' Jeff Logan, 1.00 Miss Emma Eldridgc 3.00 1.00, Mr. E. G. Creech J, F. Spark 2.00 John Will Davis, col 2.00 Miss Jc&nette Eldridge, 2.00 John Latham, 1.00 Geo. Dodd, col, . 1.00 Mr. G. B. Todd 10.00 Mr. J. C Tudor, 1.00 Harve Teater, 1.00 Mr. Jack Davis 1.00 Aaron Smith, col, . 10.00 Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. r. Wmlam MarahkinUt,.. . j.09 (. E. Edwards 5,00 M. C. KInkead, col 1.00 Mrs. Leu Palmer, 1.00 r. John Dozlcr, 2.00 Ud Arnold 2.00 Wm, Seegar, 1.00 j Mr. L. S. Palmer, 5.00 1.0.1 r. Sam Plummcr, C.OO Alice Logan, -- .uu.ur. tlnl Carter v.ou v. a. cotton, . Mr. Tom Plummer, 1.00 . C. Miles, 10.00 Will Dunn, col, 1.00 Mrs. Theo Cotton 5.00 Mr. G, M. Henderson, l.UU Tloyd Humphrey, 5,00 j Bertha McGarvey, col., 1.00 Mr. M. G. Furgerson, 1.00 Mr und Mrs Andy McKinncy. J.t'J 1.00 Sam Dunn, coL, 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cotton, 5.00 J. A. and T. M. Chandler, Mr. M. Holmes, 1M W. M. Isbell 1.00 Ella Smith, col 1.00 Mr. Bascom Pruitt 1.00 Mr and Mrs Calvin Wardlow, 20i 2,00 Perry Hunter Davis Clark, 1.00 Mr. P. F. Pruitt r.00 C, B. Ledford, .0' Clem Murphy, 1.00 Cash, col 1.00 Mr. S. D. Sanders, 2.00 r.'and Mr. G. C. Cox, iOO' Raymond Davis, 1.00 Pattic Garret, col 1.00 Mr. S. Foley 1.00 10. B. M. Broaddu T. It. Slavln, 1.00 Llllie Logan, col., 1.00 Mrs. Mattie Wylen 3.00 1 00 5. Tom Dishon, r. Wm. hUriugj, 1.00 Newt 1.00 Mr. Jesse Beazley, Smith, 6.0" 1.00 Simon Payne, col., Luther Broaddus, 26 0y Mr. G. W. Illll 1.00 Mr. Harry McWhorter, 10.00 5.00 Dave Kelly, col., D. M. Anderson, 1.00 Mr.' Som Wnlliford 100 Mr, Walter Centers, 6 00 M. S. Burnslde, 1.00 Billy Bronson, col, 100 Miss Jennie Higgins, . 1.00 Mrs. L. Lodford 10.00 Mrs. M. S. Burnslde, 1.00 Gill Miller, coL 1.09 Mr. A. B. Wynn 1.00 Mr. Robert King 2.00 1.00 Gert Coomcr, 1.09 Mr. II. P. Conn Mrs.. John Ballard, col, 1.00 Mr. Murtin King, 1,00 Nancy Dunn, col., 2.00 Elmer Hale, 5.09 Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Thompson 1.00 Mr. Wm. Fletcher Miss Ocie DudderarjV 1.00 1.00 Mr. William Boiling, 2.53 Alex Anderson, 1.00 Mr. Alex Lutts, col, 2,00 1,00 Steve Andersen, col., B. L. Young, 1.C0 Mllford L .'. 1.00 Mr, Denny Dollins, S.00 1.03 M A. II. Hounshell Dalton Rich, 1.00 Zeke Lunsford, co! 1.03 Mr. Phellx Pennington, C.OO! Preach Ball, col. Mn.1 Nannie F.ich 6.00 28.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mays, 1.09 K T. II. Leuford, LtST OF RED CONTINUED CROSS FROM FIRST ?ACX." NAM S3 J. D. Rich, Arthtr Young, Robert Burnsldes, Chas Wootcn 1.00 W. II. Sowder 5.00 Mrs. Mary C. Cox, ........... ......... .. ........ ........... ......... .... ... .... .......... .. ............ ..... ....... . ........... ....... ........... . .. . j Graham Springs Hotel ... ANNOUNCES SEASON'S OPENING .......... ...... ..... ..... ............ 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