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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY I. 1917. TWENTY SEVENTH YEAR. NUMBER 44. M i ft I iA 3 s T4 iA c Look nt tin' label tin your paper, itnil If youoweTHKUKCOItl) uny llif n Kftut in tin- money. Tlif high cost ol ihiit together Willi tin1 "lint. pay-system" of Burnt- of our subscribers makes it ver unpleasant when the limp comes to make out our imyroll. We trust that a hint to the wis will lie sullicienl. 'A I a Ji'A G CONN BROTHERS. Hardware. Lancaster, Ky., Feb. 1, 1917. Mr. Z A. .lonos. I.niicastcr. Ky. Dear Sir - Tin; Mold Hoanl is corrugated on the hack side diving it additional strength and service, and it requires 10 pounds more to lircak it on a testing iiinrhine titan an ordinary out. The curve or design of a iiioldlMiard is such that it givejni light draft, and leases the eoil in ritfht shape fur future cultivation. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 'I iriri r IE What Our Ads Tell You The goods in the store hack up. It isn't that way everywhere is it? Generally what is printed is better than what the store sells. Hut we are particular in this regard. Particular to have SUCH eatables that exaggeration is quite unnecessary So when you read a statement about what this More sells, you don't have to discount it to get at the truth. Just take what we say at its face value, and you will find no cause for dissatisfaction. Theo Currey. rI. 5 &Jr iA ft ft si DE3E D E3E S M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. 111 ruuNKs t.l1ll'l.rilt. a: Tl LANCASTER, E1EEDG Paper I'rkf I'eril I'lsinesfl In nil 2.",(iOO national guirdsmcn have been ordered returned trom border luty. Kentucky long ago look from Virgin in Hit supremacy of tobacco nml is err tiiinly holding it. Germany is not unfriendly to Wilson's pence plant, liut German editors beliee proposition imprncticiil. Tin- UiJbI legion will meet at the tlniiiii room Saturday at 2:30 Alt of the mi'inliers are urged to come ami bring a new members with them Harry Thaw's mother is being called the "American Woman of Sorrows". She is a typical mother, showing the depth uf u mothers love, devotion and sacrifice. If an) one can locate I He man who wrote "The Heautiful Snow" for us. we would like to stand him on his head hi the snowbank in front of Mcltoberls Drug Store. My dear friends, one aid nil, We expect f.nm you an early call; That single "dollar" looks mighty tain Hut it makes The liecord mow on the same. Drastic regulations designed to re lieve the shortage in ccml cars anil heln bring about a lowering of present high prices of coal was prescribed bv the Interstate Commerce Commission at Washington. pehrunry is with us but being a short month we feel that Spring is nut far distant Kvcn if the month is short, it gives us Washington nml Lincoln's birthdav and Valentine dav, what more could xp nk for with January in the back ground. We agree with Luke Mcl.uke when he snvs- "We always expected great things from this country, but we never ex pected to see the day when it costs as much to buy an egg as it does to buy the hen that laid the egg." An informal conference of 10O or more newspaper publisher with several manufacturers of news print paper was held last week in Chicago. The pub lishers agreed that the present high price of paper has placed the newspap er publishing business in a position so hazardous and menacing that a remedy must be found without delay. Secretary of Agriculture Houston has announced that Kentnckv's share of the $10,000,000 appropriated by thu leuerai government to aid me stales in the crnstruction of rural post roads during the fiscal year endingJunc 00 111. 1918. will be $191,943.82. Indiana will receive $271,495.24; Tennessee, $228,. 3UG.9G; Ohio $373,810.84, and West Vir ginia, $10C,u40.92. The old pew in which Abraham Lincoln-worshipped on November 19. 18G3, in the historic Presbyterian Church at Gettysburg, stands undisturbed today, while all about it workmen are tearing out the interior to make way for new- furniture and trappings. During the battle thu church was used us a hos pital. There are many bloodstains cn the woodwork. These are to be re moved. The church is 17ii years old. CONGRATULATIONS. There is not now. and has not beer, since last Saturday, a prisoner In the Movie County jail This we admit, is unusual. Has possibly been many years siih i' we could make the above state ment. Tis certainly a pleasing record, though somewhat trying on jailer Tim oney. Danville Messenger. $400 AN ACRE. A yield of over liOUO pound of to-bai-ro f i inn 2 acres of bind, that sold in ' Lexington last Monday at oven J8W. net, is a r i-ord made by l'rauk Laud unJ Son, mat will be hard to bejt. Mr. Lund sas he lias two more acres et unsold, that he tbinks will make u new I record. NARROW ESCAPE When Auto Skids Into Pole While driving at a moderate rate of speed, the handsome new car owned and driven by Dr. M. S. Hatfield, be came llnmaiingable and skidded into n telephone pole, while on his way to Iticlim mil last Sunday afternoon re sulting in serious damage to the car and painful injuries to Mrs. Hnlfleld. Foe a wlide it was feared that Mrs. Hatfield was dangerously injured, but proved later to be only n bud scalp wound, caused by the bow of the car striking the siile of her bead. In the car beside Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield, were their little boy. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E Seale and baby, none of whom were seriously hurt. TRAIN CRASHES INTO AUTO Tom Arnold Killed In Deland Fla. His sister, Mrs. I.ula Johnson, of this city received a message Tuesday, an nouncing that Mr Tom Arnold had been killed at a railroad crossing near De- land Kla, yesterday morning A later message stated that interment would take place in Deland. His sudden death was a great shock to his friends and relatives here, where he formerly lived, before moving to Deland about 12 years ngo. He is sur vived bv three brothers. John and Wil liam of Itichmond, nnd I'obert, of Paint Lick, and three sisters, Mrs. A. II. Klkin, of Louisville, Mrs. J. P. Sim mons nf Itichmond and Mrs. I.ula John son, of this nty. NICE PROMOTION FOR HORACE WALKER. Mr. Horace L. Walker, one of the I brightest young attnrnejs now prac ticing at the Louisville bar, formerly of this place and youngest brother of Judge L. L. Walker and (!. C. Walker. of this city, has just been appointed assistant to the Chief Attorney of the Southern Hallway, with headquarters , at Washington City. It is a great sat-1 isfactiou to his friends here to learn of Mr. Walkers handsome promotion, which they all feel is worthily bestowed and that he will make good in his new field of labors, which will begin March 1st. PHYSICIANS' IN SES: SION IN DANVILLE. On Thursday night, January 25th. the Central Kentucky Medical Associa tion met at the Klks Club in Danville, in regular quarterly session and an en thusiastic and profitable time was spent in discussing a splendid dinner and medical'papcrs. Annual election of officers was held, the following being elected for the en suing vear; President, Mr. Virgil Kin naird, Lancaster; Secretary, Dr. J Tom Price. Harrodsburg. Lancaster feels justly proud of her youngest physician having this honor conferred upon him and we not only congratulate him, but the Medical As sociation upon their selection. INTERESTINAND INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE. The Christian Undeavorers will have have charge of the services at the Christian Church next Sunday evening, the service beginning at seven-thirty o'clock. The first Sunday in every February is known as Christian En deavor day and from the program out lined it will be very interesting, as well as instructive to those who attend. The society is educating a joung Japanese girl and lor the occasion Sunday even ing they have secured the young Jap anese student, of Lexington, S. Ieni inanuri, who will appear in his native costume and give a lecture, which has Ip.'. ii so much complimented by the press tluougliout the slut" wluie be has been. W predict a crowded house for this delightful occasion. if IS DUE. tnt T-l a in -i r r iti nnmrnT n rLfcAM CALL AM SfcTlLt. THIS MEANS YOU. L, Lancaster. IS Dili BS1QS. 1 - Kentucky e. I'PiMMTrSMj liiiJB-filfiPaiSM LAMBS WILL HE HIGH. I I I i I I 1 .1 Collections Bills and Claims of all classes are col lected by our System everywhere. We make absolutely no charge unless the money is actually paid to vou or us. Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay you to investigate our proposition. The Sanders Mercantile Agency Coy S. Sa.iders, Manager. Office 1st floor Bradley Bldg. West aide Lexington St. Phone 212 3 KENTUCKY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Ottlco Phone 18. Lancaster, Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. SpecultUrs are already in the Meld j for spiini' Umbs. which nave begun to appear in (iarraid county and other I localities. Some bids have been made ' for $10 per hundred pounds, for lambs to be d.-livcred in June. July and Aug just, but the farmers are u little slow to sell nt the price, uoncving irom present indications, they will bo worth much more than the price quoted. DELIGHTFUL MUSIC RECITAL The pupils uf Mrs. May Hughes No land delighted their parents and friends last Thursday evening with a splendid musical program, painstakingly render ed. The pupils demonstrated Mrs. Noland's ability as an instructor and also showed diligent work on their part. Lancaster is a music loving place and is to be congratulated upon having Mrs Noland initruct the future musicians of the town. KENTUCKY MASONS WILL CELEBRATE. Kentucky Masons will observe the two-hundredth urniversarv of theorder us an organised institution with an old fashioned baibecue at Crab Orchar Springs Saturday, June 23 It Is e pected that more than B.000 Masons from various nints in thu State vw.p make the trip to the pomt of celebra tion. Henry Pirtle, o f Louisville, chairman of the committee who offered the resolution at the Grand Lodge meet ing last October, provided for u fitting observance of the anniversity, presided at a committee meeting in Louisville Wednesday right. June 24 is the official birthday of or ganized masonry, out Inasmuch as that date falls on Sunday this year it was decided to hold the barbecue on Saturday the 23rd. liurgoo and all that is sug gestiveof a Kentucky home-coming will have a part in the celebration. o CD si. n g s 2 1 o B O Is tr 2 3 -J, X a O S. a s w 3 2 CD 11 T) M 8. 71 o c3 n 55 fTi - i u n 5 2a O a c 51 f 3w j 1$ Q S3 I SI f 3 m Brf-i I II 2 ! J? g ? Illi 3 Q I ill H 5' -M HasssJilJ a I 3 V) I I 9 V' I 1 I . . Ill