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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 26, 1917. TWKNTV EIGHTH YEAR NUMBEn 4. F1E DDE 3ME 3 QG COME AND SEE IONDE ASHBR HRINGEll r The Most Popular Wash ing Machine in America DEMONSTRATED Tuesday, WAY 1st, From 2 o'clock Until 3 o'clock P. M. Whether you uinl n w.isher now or no! mine and sec the strenks tiiken out of dirty shirts in less than ;i ininntc. The Demonstrator from tin; factory will instruct ou in the simple mid most elTectUe way you can .stive time and lighten your labors on wash day. No rub and no .scrub. The Ailitator (Jivus extra attention to worst soilel parls. A wonderful lesson in household eeououij. Your hardest task can now be your lightest The oulv washer on the market using" four processes nt one time No Noise, Slop or Loss of Time. It Must be Seen to be Appreciated. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. AT THE CODRT HOUSE mm NiSHT I w M Si' 7 The firm I touches are being put on the patriotic meeting that has been advertised to tiki place at the court house here next Monday night anil from til? enthusiasm shown all over the county, the old house will scarcely hold the patriot that will Hock In it. A urogram of unu'Ual .interest has been arranged and some of the Lest speakers of the State have promised to lie on hand. Meetings of this character have been held all over the county during the week. The one last Friday night ..t Ii.rt... i :..t i. ... I . . . . . . . , ... i ..nt i.iuk wiii wen auenueii anu much Ihtetest shown. Un Monday night the one held at llryantaville was likewise enthusiastic: the n.eetmg at Huckeye m luelay night was a liuinmer and several patriotic speakers voiced their sent! meiits amid tin applause of their heaters. The same can le said of the meet ing at Herrings school house last night. j Jlut thu grand climax of them all will he at the court house in Lancaster next Monday night. Every citizen with a drop of patriotic blood in his veins jshmild turn out to this meeting. I he building will he profusely decorated with United States Hags inter- 1 mingled with the Hugs of thu Allied Countries. The musical program hs lieen arranged and promues to lie a hit from the start. The committees of the vari ou departments have heen named and are as follows; i I rogram Committee; II. S. Hudson. Chairman. W. II. Rogers Mrs. F. 1. Frisbie. Mrs. J-A. Amon. Mrs. Hubert Tud.l; Committed on Music; Jclin M. hurra. Chairman, Mrs. Ma .N'oland. Mrs. Harry Tmnlinson. Mrs. Jess Sweeney, .Mrs. Leonard Miller; rinaniv Committee: W. A. Fnrnau, Chairm.iii, J. I. Ham. ilton. Mrs. H. S. Hudson, Mrs. W. H. Hurton; Decorations; J. J. Walker Jr.. ' Cliairman. Mrs. .1. K. Stormes. .Mrs. It. I,. Klkin. Ml-ses Helen (III;. .Han Mount, I Khm Morrow rnd Sue Shelby Mason; Publicity; IJ. '.. Klkiit; Chairman; J. F.. Stormi", J S. Hatelden, (!. I!. Swim-broad. DE DG3GE1 E1E DE Coining on the lirst day of May, A man from far awaj, To demonstrate a tiling, . Called the Wonder Washing Machine. He will be herefrom two to three galore At Conn Ilros., Hardware Store. PATRIOTIC SONG. FRANKLIN CAR. Uses Twenty One Pints 01 Gasoline Test Run Of 74 .Miles. On l.ustro Finish will give service on jour Moors, S'c per ipjart at Conn Ilros. I.Miie. sand, rement, brick, rock, salt, etc. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. This country is at war; not only with (iermany, but with old high cost of living. Our lluur is guaranteed to please you or money buck. Hudson, Hughes and l-'srntiu. Old Furniture for Dale. Fine Chest diawers and fuur beds Phone 16S-G. Vanhook Ilros. l.ustro Finish, made to walk on Varnish, for floors, Sfic per Uart at Conn Ilros. It I said the Hermans do not make good soldiers on empty stomachs, neither would Americans, therefore we say PLANT and keep on PLANTING. Mrs. yvoo.ln.vv Wilson and Mm. Tom ,.. cu-v Short, of Cincinnati, for Marshall huve pledged themselves to n numl)t.r r years aresidentof Lexing simple living ard inexpensive clothes ( ,,, ,, 0lrer,M thw Short farm of L'.OOO ns an example to the ome.i of the ,,,, nclir Irvine to agricultural stud United States. 'entsofthe University of Cincinnati. who ilekire to enlist In the "army in i Large White and Large Yellow Seed Corn. Strawberry Seed Corn. Lincoln Prize Seed Corn, licids Yellow Dent Seed Corn. All carefully selected ami of high germination. Hud.on, Hughes and Farniu. "Let me suggest that every one who creates or cultivat.es a garden helps and helps greatly to solve the problem of the feeding of the nations; and that every housewife who practices strict economy puts herself in llie ranks of those who serve the Nation. This is the time for America to correct her unpardonable fault of wastefulness and extravagance. Let every man and every woman assume the duty of care ful, provident use and expenditure as n public duty, as a dictate of patriotism which no one can now expect ever to be excused or forgiven for ignoring." Woodrow Wilson. Ihe rriuiklin Motoi tar v.ompany. of Lexington, gave their gasoline One of our colored citizens. Miitnn onomy test r riday from Lancaster to Sneed has wriiien wnr.L ,l ,;,. , Richmond thence to Nicholasville and a song entitle "Thf Patriotic Mother". : to Lancustei. u distance of 71 miles, This ?ong has been copyrighted and J,"'K'' I''re'1 Frlsu''. Mes-irs L. N. Mil many are the predictions It will rr..V: Wr aml E w Morrow acted as judges, Ihe author liotii rich and famous. It T,le tXatt mmU' flom tn" l'.cord was sung for the llrst time Tuesday ,"ic! and the run was made in stilT evtninc at the Colored Cnm,.,nem,i breeze all the way. A prize of $3.00 and will be reheated at the Patriotic was "''"'-'red for the one guessing near Kally next Monday evening where wc ll'e """"it of gasoline used which are sure it will meet enthusiastic appl- w98 K''vr" Mr J,f!,su Swt,eney who aue. So one could arrose n.ir eMnr.,1 K"i's.ed the exact number of pinta aureus of lack of patriotism after "u" "r """ usru aa sioca gasoline purcnaseil or J. r,. btornies. patriotism knowing how they sang and appreciat ed this tong und after hear; iprec rig the patriotlCaatterances of the principal of this school. U. S. SHIP SINKS SUBMARINE WHAT WILL HAPPEN Wfcen Draft Bill Becomes A Law. When the Draft Bill now before Con- Capt. Kice, ot the American "teamer Kress becomes a law, this is what will Mongolia, which has arrived at a Ilrit hippen: ish ort told the Associated Press that First-The President will designate the Mungoliu had tired the first gun of by proclamation a day of registration, the war for the United States and voting precincts being used as the sunk a German submarine. smallest unit for enrollment. TheGov- The submarine, Capt, Itice said, was ornors of the various States will bt about to attack the great liner, in asked to have the Sheriffs of the coun- Uritish waters on April 19. He de- tics appointed legistera to take the dared theie was absolutely so doubt i names of all males between the ages of that the U-boat wes hit and there was l'.l und IS. Those who refuse to enroll every reason to believe it was des- will be arrested. troyed. The naval gunners on board Second-The State ullicers will ex made a clean hit at 1,000 yards. The , empt from military service "persons The vagrant law should be In this town. stretch loutth loafers by Ihe hurl them no a farm. enforctd ieriscope was seen to be shatteied. The American steamship -Mongolia, a vessel of 13,fil8 tons, owned bv the '.. . ,, .. ci. . : International Mercantile Marine Com ItS" - f-rthe, testimony to bis 2- ''of patiictism. I The big tract is located at Ileidleburg engaged in industries, including agri cultural, found to bo necessary to the maintenance of the military establish ment or Ihe eireclive operation of the military forces, or the maintenance of national interests during the emergency," Third Those not exempted will be rebreary 1 Cold again Monday morning and scv- in INtill county, and the Short family the fliongoua carried a crew of Uni-; reported to the War Department, which eral frosts, i.ut II v. 1 1 1 1.. .w. v r- !... I.--,, it. tl,.. h.-.l.it of snemlim? sum-' l vy gunners ill charge ot n ' win make lurlher exemptions. nursery and crap authority, says that! mer. vacations theie. Five1 hundred ' l.i'Utennnt She is one of the largest! Fourth-It is climated that by Aug neither fruit nor clover are damaged ! acres are ready for u.imcdiuti cultiva-M1'1""'1 uwer mo American nag. ust 1st the oOO.WO men desired will be much ns vt. IVhentw ikii l, lk, !ii,. i.il il,. remnlnder is adunted to i ,in training ca'np. In the meantime damaged as was thought. dairy farming of live stock culture. . ; li -1 v r. t ft , I r At f. V a a! m 4 ,",r' .r v VS X STANLEY ASKS CO-OPERA TION OF MINISTERS. THE HOUSECLEANING ORDEAL Must be Gone Throufh Afjaln. Mu as well fnc it mid iJet done with i' May us well nl o get all the Ih'lp you cm). We have n lot of rub savers. AMMONIA, PEARLINE, GOLD DUST, SAPOLIO, BON AM!, BRUSHES OF ALL SORTS, TUBS AND BROOMS. i n And Everything else that is intended to en labor. Theo Currey. light- the Government must pruvido equip ! ment for the recruits. Fifth -It Is estimated that the reg istration will result in un enrollment of In his lirst war proclamation uiued 7,0iH).(XiO, and about W per cent of this by Ciov. A. O, Stanley he calls upon "umber will be weedod out on account the ministers of tiio Commonwealth to of physical disabilities. The r.l'0,000 to nrmuunve from their pulp.it next Sun-1 bv ",I".,"J from tho reuuining CO per day the Impetativ duly of oil Ken- taM- wi be chown by lot tuckians to pQiduce in much foodstull'a pf us possible in oider that the provision-' VWV ITflf I kC ing ot tho allies of tho Umtd States I lllti i)I Utvll. may be carried iut. Mr. John Anion, who ulwiy-s wants V He saya the crops to which ajwilic ' a,vl usually guts tho belt "what la" H ' attention should bu given ar mil , soy recently purchased ' some ijice bans, und other field beans, cov'v-peas thoronghbied atock for vvhich'lie paid . and buck-wheat, lie alsosays it ia the I f""cV luiiv u "f llia purcha- duts of every furmer to produce t us b-i"lf u "e registered polaud chi.ia Q. much livestock us possible, bvulimeun. Kilt bought of K. W. Monnler. of E!i jfl keeping hree'ding stock at home. Ho 1 wl'Otli. 111.. iinJ a fine Aberdeen-AngUi ti. urges that.we go ufter the vagrants, j J- 1 Hlackwell. of Fayette, M aiii-lni: Mo. i "We call on the County Judge, . Mayors and civic organizations or the, H f OF I fllUNfl IIP towns iniissisting in getting all Idlej V' U1 UUIHU Ul labor to the farms and we ca'l on the I The high cost of living has been the TINNING, PLUMBING & HEATING ROOFING & GUTTERING Let us have your orders and they will be attended to promptly. WE HAVE THE VERY BEST EQUIPMENT A Large Stock of BATH-TUBS, LAVATORIES CLOSETS AND PIPING Brought at prices under the present market. THE BEST MEN TO ENSTALL YOUR WORK HASELDEM BR Lancaster, - Kentucky Si felrMaSSIaiMijf -SlMlSlESfraiifrJJBIp 155 m ri if 'CI' ,r -o i- i5 COME OUT TO THIS ' PATRIOTIC MEETING.! joining in the choras. The C. E's. also took part in the service. Mrs. George Hobinson in a forceful manner read Hiley's poem "Old Glory". Do not fall to attend the patriotic I Kev F M Tinders discourse on "The meeting next Monday night at the "'ag. Its Honor and Its Glory" was Court House. We all need to be more ' beau,tiful timely, voicing as it did patriotic, we have been at peace so i Pat'oti8m and the spirit of service long, -we need these meetings to arouse ,httt "nould animate every American our patriotic natures, just as we need!t1odav' Tlle church -was artistically religious revivals to arouse our spiritual iueraiea in "aga ano patriotic songs nature. Itesides heenminf mnr.. were sung by.the choir and audience. patriotic you may learn something. ,Truy the lay of the pacifist has ended Do you know the tri-colors of France, ' any nave nopeu unu prayed that our or how the Hag of poor little down-1 Pe-ioving nation might he spared trodden Belgium looks, in other words i ; ""speaKauie norrors ot war. but it how many would recognize the Hags of 18 ureeu tnav we must take our place our allies? i on the "far Hung battle line". Out of the wild storm of war let us pray that l,,n- 1... . . II PATDlfiTtf WDlifrFl! . ' nona. lfllKlUIIl OlsKVllti , Against that day. let us- t ittimnii ' Stt'ke for our altars and our tires. J f Mil VI IJ (...i . wuisc iui .no irrn graves oi oursires, God and our native land! A beautiful and patriotic service was held at the Christian Church Sunday night. The Hoy Scouts appeared at seven o'clock giving a drill and singing the Star Spangled Uanr.er, theaudiance Dairy Feed for cows, ship stuff, wheat middlings and Fatmaker for cat tle, Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. BUGGIES, I li County'Judgea ami Mayors to rigidly enfore the vagrant laws. There art) thousands of boy., in the cities urtU towns from 14 to 18 years old who ure not employed during the summer. Any boy too young to enlist will do his . w i i "-j . . iO country patriotic service by helping tin production of food crops.' sole topic of conversation on the streets this week . Kverv where you go you hear some one say, "well 1 just don't tee how we are going to live." Nearly all food products took a big jump this week, Floujr jumped to tC.GO a hundred sugar is selling at 19c u pound, lard at 29 cents, and meal has taken a jump. We have the best closed top Buggies ever shown in Lancaster. They are sell ing fast and you can get a great bargain while they last. Come at once. W. Romans