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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 8, 1917. TWENTY SEVENTH YEAR. NUMBKR 45. CONN BROTHERS. Hardware. Lancaster, Ky., Feb. 1, 1917. Mr. Z. A. .'ones, Lancaster. Ky. Ucnr Sin Tim Mold Hoard is corrugated on the back side giving it additional strength and service, and it requires -10 pounds more to break it on a testing machine than an ordinary one. The curve or design of a moldboard is such thai it jjivea u light draft, and leaves the soil in right shape for future cultivation. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 11111 11 SWINEBROAD THE' REAL ESTATE MAN. One can hardly think of Helling or buying a piece of land without think. Ing of Mr. G. II. Swim-broad, v.lio linn become known over I lie county and state, ai the real estate man of Gar rani county. Ilia advertisement ap pears in thin issue of the Record and will tie seen 'Very week containing some splendid farms and city property that lie will lie glad at any time to show you. Itead Ilia ad on the hack Pge. DG DC EXTRA SESSION CALLED FOR FEBRUARY 14 Will Consider Revenue and Taxation Gov. A. 0. Stanley ha issued a call for the General Assembly to convene at Frankfurt Wednesday, February II, for the "o!e purpose of considering the subject of revenue and taxation." Thin is the first time in twelve years that the Kentucky General Assembly has lieen convened in special session. Gov. W. O. Ilradley called it to elect a United States Senator, and Gov. J, C. W lleckham called it three times, in 11MH) tit pais nil elector law, in I'M to locate the new Capitol and in l'JUG tn tax the rectified spirits. It is limited to sixty working das in which to complete its labors. The ground shadow. hog certainly saw bis BLIZZARD HERE SUNDAY. Germany will need en legs ll she tackle- another pair Uncle Sam. of The climax of all th.t cold spells ex perienced around here this winter was reached last Sundav morning, when the - thermometnr droped from 10 above to Northern White Seed Oats, SOc pir t lielow in le than IH hours. Su ud tiusliel. 'iarrard Milling Co. wa, ,,,e rilnn.,. ,llllt frW ,.,,!,, - - were prepared for it and the result was Wheal Middlings. Hye Middling', ' tial wM,r ..j.,,.,, Wl.. fr0I,. up nd Ship Slufl.W) percent ITolein laimage une, for sale by Hudson. Hughe Sl I arnau Our vestcl will no longer resemble CoIriJge's "painte 1 ship iixin a paint ed sea", they will no longer be idle, hut owing to the high cost of paint, can we paint them? lied, Alsike and Sapling ("lover seed, Timothy, Ky ltlue Grass nnd Orchard Grass for sale. Hudson, Hughes .tr'arnuu. Mr. S. Immanura, the Japanese stu dent, who was advertised to speak un last Sunday, but on account of the bad wealhel was postponed, will speak this Sunday night at the Christian church. s almost ut u last Monday. standstill all day looking to the future good health of the community and knowing that fliea are one of the greatest breeder of dis ease, the local health ollicer has notified the Hoard of Kducation that septic privies must be built at all the public , . i schools of the county. While this or- Sunday our thermometers out-d.d the . ... .. , ' ., SIUV., T 1trV Nliu iwiimi IM.l .1 1" ,,, uir matter of slumps, dropping from IIS The ground-bog proved a better weather prophet than the Weather Ilureau, when the latter predicted "warmer" for what turned out to be the worst blizzard wo have bad in years DR. AMON NAMED. In naming the committee to investi gate the University of henlucky. Gov ernor Stanley has honored our local trustee. Dr. J. A. Anion, who is one is one of the trustees of the University. Others who will serve with Dr Anion are. J. A. I.le, New Vork. II. M. Krohman, Lexington, J. N. Turrcr, I'aintaville, A. G Gordon. Ixiuisville. GUARDING AGAINST DISEASE below zero we haven't in ix hours, changeable above to 4 Who says climate. " The announcement by Germany on Wednesday last of Its intentions to re sume lawless submarine warfare was, in many wajs, one of the most mo mentous pieces of news that ever flash ed ucross the i cean cable. A wuve of Intensely cold weather lias been passing over northern Kurope it will no doubt be carried out to the letter by the official board of the public schools. BOYLE'S WEALTH SPEARS AND SON Share Profits With Employees: to the nil making the operations of war dillicult ' nn'1 Persoimlv in the county. This year A recapitulation of lloyle county's assessment for the year 1917 by County Assessor John S. Ilauchuni shows an increased valuation of the county's real and ersonal proierty tothe extent of J75O.CO0. In I '.Hi; (here whs iiniirnv. imateley I9,G0U,(HH) of assessable realty Mctlt"1 10 the C0UI'fy " to the world A message from l'sris, Ky, Conner Journal a few dajs ago nounced that Spears and Son. the noted hemp dealers had distributed about $1 O1) among its employees as part of the profits shared by this firm in the last year. Mi. Henry Cox, of this county who has been with the linn for the past five vears, got a good slice of this pie nnd his friends have been congratu lating him upon his good fortune. Mr Cox has bought already for the firm about one million imunds of hemp and is receiving it daily at their warehouse near the depot. .Messrs Siears cock; havu no better man to look after their interests in Garrard county, than Mr, Cox. who beside being a splendid gen tleman, is a good judge of hemp and has by his honest and square dealings, made many friends among the hemp growers of the county. RELATIONS WITH GERMANY SEVERED. U. S. WILL STRIKE AT FIRST OVERT ALT. PREPARING FOR WAR. German Minister Handed His Passports. President Wilson has broken oIT di plomatic relations with Germany and warned the Kaiser that ruthless sacri fice of American lives and rights meant war Similar action is waiting for Austria when she notifies this government that she joins in the campaign of unrestrict ed submarine warfare. The President made furinal announcement of this CITY FATHERS hold regular meeting, when Many permits -are granted. J. E. ROBINSON RESIGNS. G. B. SWINEBROAD SUCCEEDS HIM As City Attorney. The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held at the Police court room last Monday night and business of much importance was passed upon. Those present being Mayor 1.. G. Dav idson, and counciln.en, J. II. Daltoti, W. M. Zancne. Sam Cotton, W. O. Goodloe, K. P. Gregory, the only ab sent member being Dr. J. A. Amon. After the reading of the last minutes, Mr. W. K. Champ filed his report as Treasurer of the city funds. The Jan uary salaries' of the various city officers was then allowed, beside the usubI number of claims against the city. The granting of u permit to Haselden Ulus, for a fireproof garage to be erected on Lexington street, on the lot known us the Singleton lot, was then taken up and argued pro and con by attorneys representing the residents und Haselden Ilriilhers aid which had been brought up ut several previous meetings, was finally granted, Goodlue, Cotton, 'a mine ard Dalturi, voting yes, Gregory not voting. Several other permits were granted, one to the Ilex Garage I for a concrete building adjuining the present one on Stanford street, other )ermits for several residences were likewise grunted. Mr. D. A. Thomas who uudited the books of Mr. liuck, made his report which was accepted, the books proving to be in sutijfuctory condition. Mr. Huck usKed permission to buy ten more water meters, which was granted. Owing to other urgent busimss which takes up moat of his tune, Mr. J. K. Robinson who has served us city attorney for the past four years sent in his resignation to take effect at once. Ihe resignation was accepted! and a committee appointed to draft suitable resolutions, extending the thanks of the entire council for the efficient work done by Mr Itobinson during his service' as their attorney und that the same be spread upon the minutes of the board. The question of a successor to Mr. Itobinson was then taken up and upon motion of Mr. Goodloe and seconded by Mr. Zanone, Mr. G. U. Swinebroadwas nominated and unanimously elected. The selection of Mr. Swinebroad seems to be a popular one as he bad served in this capacity several years ago and is perfectly familiar with the duties of this iniiortant oilice. Mr. It. II. Tomlinson was given twenty days in which to remove the bricks from the public square, such notice having been served upon him by the street committee composed of W. O. Goodloe and Sam Cotton. A motion that an ordinance be nassed to require resident owners to have all ' !, snow removed from the sidewalks, was defeated. The twenty year Electi ic Light, Heat nnd Power franchise, granted to H. V. Ilustin, wus given its firrt reading as required by law, on motion duly made and seconded the same was ordered THE UNIVERSAL CAR There's nothing of guessing or speculation in regard to Ford cars. Their practial value is being daily demonstrated by more than 1,750,000 Ford owners representing every phase of human activity. Ford Service for Fdrd Owners is as universal and reliable ns the car itself. Dependability and economy in car nnd service. Better buy your Ford today you want it and it will serve you every day, winter and summer. Touring Car S3G0, Runabout $345, Coupelet $505, Town Cor $595. Sedan $015 f. o. b. Detroit. We solicit your order. HASELDEN BROS. CAR FOR EVERY MILE. Today many of onr roads carry a mo tor traffic far in excess ot the total traffic of nil classes carried 12 years ago. At the present time there are about 2,500.000 motor vehicles in use on our public roajj, or about one motcr vehicle for every mile of road. INAUGURATION CEREMONIES On March 5 May Be Abandoned, While no decision has been reached officially there is a very decided senti ment in all official quarters to abandon the public ceremonies of inauguration on March 5 and simply have the Presi dent take the oath of office in the White House on Sunday, March 4. The army and navy reception at the White House probably will be abandoned. The officials who favored abandoning When this is completed they will the public ceremonies feel that with the President facing such critical inter national affairs the good of the country demands that he shall not be called upon to participate in public functions. REX GARAGE Enlarges Its Floor Space. The Hex Garage has been making ex tensive impiovements in the past few weeks, having removed the entire theater floor, which was inclined and in its stead this floor has been convert ed into a display room to accomodate the large number of cars for which they have assumed the agency. They now have the exclusive agency for the Chalmers, Maxwell and the Monroe. They have recently secured the agency for all Ford repairs and their adver tisement for these parts appears in this issue. They will build an extra room on the vacant lot adjoining the present build ing, a permit having been granted them by the city council last Monday night. have one of the most up-do date garages in Central Kentucky. Mr. Walter Ham mack is the manager and looks after the interests of its patrons in a court eous and affable manner. and interfering with the moving of supplies. In spite of this, lighting has gone on ut every front, in general, fav orable to the Allies. there win $lll,S:W,Kl, 111.70:1 ucrcs of land, with improvement, valued at $1, 20ll,7:.'i, while the total valuation of city property was !f2.727,8.. MANUEL-BAEIRLEIN. the bread Hue hind. with those he left be The American press made u lively demand for passports for the German Ainmisaiioruuer me i.o.huii.h ims- Tlm ,lmrrlU(, ,,f Mr Charlie ltueir sacre. no nu men on niiun iireim i i: ... iii i ,ij.. m.,,i J, butter longer than he bad any reason , , t , M,loJl9l ,,:.rso,mH .,... to expect. He will now have to gel III I ,...,..., T. ,.,,...., ', officiating. The Wedding came as quite u surprise, as only a few of thur On the doorway of an Italian rallied r.il aru three inscriptions. The first, be neath an arch of roses reads us follows; "All that pleases is but for n mom ent," the second, beneath u eross, "All that troubles is but for a moment;" iiml under the main urch, "That only is Important which is eternal " Saturdav ut a ioint session nf ('iiMf.riiaa I assports have been handed to Count read for the second time ut the adjourn ed meeting of the council, on February 12th. No further business before the board the meeting; adjour ed to meet Keb'y 12th 11)17. Tlie Ilerlin chancellor indicates he was opposed to submarine warfare hist spring and full for the very good reason th.it there were not enough submarines to do the work, which reminds us of When the Devil was nick the Devil a monk would be". Now that they feel they have enough to do their deadly i work, a "Devil of u monk is he", I inuniaie menus Knew ot their up. prouching marriage. Mr. Heeirlein conducts u restiiuriiiit near the depot and is a deserving ami industrious business man, having built up a nice trade by his honest and ruiueientious dealings. HEARSE AS MAIL WAGON TIMELY SUGGESTIONS. On the second page of this issue will always be found the advertisement of Mr. J. H. Stormes. In this issue he has some timely suggestions that will be'well worth joui time to road. , von iicrnstorir. Ambassador Gerard with all his stair and ull American con suls have been ordered out of Germany. All German consuls in the United Stat es are expected to withdraw that the severance) of telationsinuy be complete. American diplomatic inteiests in Iter tin have been turned over to Spain; German diplomatic interests in the i United States have been taken over by Switzerland, foreign diplomatic in terests which the United States hud in charge in Germany have been tumid over to vurious neutral. Two years of diplomatic negotiation, marked with frequent crises, und at tended with the loss of more than 2(H) American lives on the high seal, huv culminated with un act which in ull the i histoiy of all the world has ulwuyp led! to war. hvery a; government has heen set in mution to t.utv t.ourt dork, subject to the protect the country against ucts of u.i.),n .if Lis nartv ut H... iM,i nn. The mull for HrudforiNville Tuesday German sympathizers. These moves mary. There is no young democrat in afternoon was taken to thut pluco in u ure of necessity being kept n-cret. , the county who has more friends than hearse, and us it represented the nc. With the notice of severance i f dl- ,as .Mr I.uwson. He is sober, moral cumulation of threedays the heurse wus nlomatic relations the United States i i'.i.. ..i iiiiu iDi'iiiiHT mm t.tiu.v ull iui ll. r ifiuvi' )fitmnt..t.ilv 111 ...I M u.....ti..t ..r ,1... ....... 11. ..II.. .. .1 I t.. .1... i... I. ... . ... i "" " iiviiiii i u... mi iiiu no-. ho keeks he has the nua itv of he nc 3 J. BRUCE LAWSON CANDI-1 J DATE FOR CLERK. We are thN week i hi- iiiu tun urn uiim'UMLiuu eney of the American nrUtft. I.awson for the nomination for Z2 CD Wneu you get reckless and start out 'until into that afternoon, when a loca' on u mad race to pay your bills, just firm sent one of iti hersea there to be remember the Itecord olllce. Our used ut u funeral. When It was going liockets are long, lean and empty, we to de sent over that afternoon arrange too are showing signs of declining men- inents were made to have the mail snow making the roads practically Im- mediate release of til Americans taken passable llradfordsvslle received no ' from ships captured by German raiders million Sunday, Monday or Tuesday , in the South Atlantic. tality and advancing senility when It comes to bills, but we have to reinem ber the coal man.and our office force whether wo want to or not. If the supplies we hive to buy, continue to up, we will hive to get a balloon and go up with them unless our patrons pay us. brought over In it. The Incident Is characteristic of the enterprising spirit of the people of that progressive town, and it might be said that although they were cirried in the hearse none of the letters were dead letters. Lebanon Enterprise. At the request of the President, Con gress immediately after Inuring his ad dress began work on new laws framed by the Department of Justice to check conspiracies, and plots against the United States which can not now be reached under existing statutes. The question of convoying American merchant ships through the submarine blockade has been taken up and is be ing considered as one of the next moves by this government. I K)lite and uc'conimo lating. He served as deputy while Judge C. A. Arnold was sherilf, which gives him u large acquaintance in the county. He is the 1 1 fourth entry for the coveted prize of county clerk. With his acknowledged popularity und qualifications we have no doubt that lie will make a good showing in what promises to be one of the hotly contested county races at the August primary. Heavy White Northern Seed Oats. High Germination. Hudson, Hughes & Farniu, It1 o w CD H SJS N a. 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