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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 7. 1917. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR NUMBER 10. 9 8 5 aEii iii 1 eI Come lii And See lis i OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND PRICES RIGHT, ON Screen Doors, Lawn Mowers, Screen Cloth, Lawn Swings, Porch Swings, Refrigerators, Cream Freezers, Oil Stoves, Ice Chests, Hammocks, Garden Plows, House, Roof and Floor Paints. Slock It Too Large To Name All Articles Thai We Carry. .M ;otr Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. iri Ell ll I We of today an- Jint beginning to see the entrance of women into the grent. wiili- lift- of the world from which she hat heretofore been debarred. It ii one why jour country lluv n I.ilnTty Itoml. of volunteering to hel light u winning war. Ask nnv hanker. , Hi- can tell jou how l huy a bond und , help vou do ' Watch tne label on your paer and renew your subscription as soon us It expires. We tire compelled to cut all delinquents, from our mailing hat. This Is the farmer"' opportunity. He is inked to provide food for America and America's :ilhe. He thould ex pect, and he may expect, to be well paid for his effort Two hundred and HftV thousand lior ses and mules, costing about $1(10,000, MX), are to lie purchased liv the (!ov eminent for use in the army. ".Seventeen", Month Tarkington's "Tal of Youth and Summertime and the Haxter Family Especially Wil liam", has juit been placed by the Navy Department on its lint for the crews' libraries of all naval vessels. Our Hag stands for both civil and religious liberty, and when called to the colors every true Americah should answer to his fullest extent. Every bond sold will strengthen our nation In this trying hour and bless the purchas er. The sale of Liberty Loan bonds will teach economy. From every view point, the selling campaign carries a strong apH-at. We should stand ready not only to encourage others to become interested, but to otfer ourselves as an instrument in the promotion of the cause. W. C. T. U. i 9 CAN I AFFORD NOT TO BE LONG TO THE RED CROSS ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION showing our (tovern that every person in 'Can I afford not to da my part ir ment. our army, our navy and our Allies, the United Stales is supporting them?" It U idle to shut your eyes to what n before us. Our boys will soon be in the midst of this war. not equip and support them? Those who can't tight must pay energies and our resources. Hate you read "Mr. Ilritling Sees It Through will recall that Mr. Ilritling did not realize there wai a war until his son Hugh was killed. Thats our trouble. We don't realize this war. We think of it as something remote. Mm I wait un til your bov is killed to join the ICed Cross. Shall we We must dedicate our If you Y J The ladles are urged to meet ut the t'nion room at 2 o'clock promptly. Sat urday, llnng the flowers made Into bouquets. TO TAX ADVERTISING War taxation of the publisher, ad vertising receipts rather than increase of their postage rates was vigorously urged by representatives of national publishing interests at a conference with Senators who art- redrafted the. War Tax Hill. MR. MOUNT TO SPEAK. Mr. J. It. Mount announces that he will speak in Stanford next Monday, county court da v. in the interest of his candidacy for the Democratic nomina tion for State Senator. He extends a cordial invitation to his opxnents to be present and hear him. HANDSOME FLAG. The Odd Fellows of this city have recently had erected over their lodge room one of the largest Hags in the citv. The llag wus placed in position under the supervision of Mr. John Wil liams, the efficient custodian of the lodge. The (lag is an honor to that body and a credit to the city. BIG FLAG RAISING. Stanford is making great prepara tions for a big "flag raising" there this afternoon. The First Regiment band will be on hand and a number of patriotic speeches will be made. Among the speakers announced being; Judge Chas A, Hardin, Col. Wm. A. Colston, Hon. Edwin I'. Morrow- and Judge John W. Yerkes. CANNERY FOR LANCASTER. an To tuv a l.ilertv Hond is patriotism. It is one wnv to e tight. These bonds mean net of ter this liberty for Car Of Cans Ordered And People I'rged to Co-operate. Farm ugent lingers informs us that a cannery I outfit is assured for Lancaster and that I Seven million men have been killed in plum are now well under way to carry the war thus far aril the total casual. " " "cestui " ' urges that ii,.w..r...,lsi.VO(SMKiil. Tins is Urn es- etery o.-.e who owns u garden to put REGISTER FOR SELECT IVE DRAFT SERVICE In Garrard County With every evidence of their willing ness to serve. !Mfi of Garrard's noble sons went to their various voting plac es last Tuesday and inscribed their names upon the nution's roll of honor The day was made the occasion for quite a display of patriotism, the drum and trumpet corps keeping up a lively tattoo during the entire day. At the stroke of seven and with the opening of the registration booths, the old can non presented to the city by the U, S. Government, fired the national salu'e, until the hills fairly echoed from the old gun, which had probably not been lired since the civil war. Yet with all the this noise, the clanging of the bells and the street parades by the boy scouts, the entire county seemed to have sens ed the significance and solemnity of the occasion. Of the total number registered. S22 are white and 1(53 colored. East I'ark gave the largest number of the nine precincts, those register ing there numbering 13S. The Union precinct came up well with 10(5 and tho?e in charge of the registration at this precinct, say there were few who claimed exemptions. The total registration in the county exceeded the governments estimate, us it gave (Iarrard's quota us U7.". RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP Reaches Nearly 700 In Garrard County Chapter. Anyone who has been the least bit skeptical as to Garrard County's abil ity to support a Ited Cross Chapter, should have every doubt removed by now, since the membership in this chapter has reached nearly seven hun-1 dred members since its organization ' ten days ago. This number has been practically raised in six ot the nine precincts in the county. The precincts of Paint Lick, liuckeyo and Lawson School House have never been solicited. The committee appointed to work in the three Lancaster precincts, two Uryagtsville precincts and the precinct at Walker's School house, on registra tion day, did noble work and when the dollars began to roll in Tuesday night, the ambitions of its local founders had been realized, for they saw at once that it would be a success and that they had the hearty co-operation and the patriotic sympathy of the entire county. Its leaders say they will not rest until thq membership reaches or over equals the number registered under the selective draft service, which was 985 in the county. LIBERTY LOAN IS PRICE OF PEACE It's up to everybody to "do his bit." Your backyard affords opportunity to put your shoulders to the wheel and get started right. You'll thereby render genuine service to yourself and country. ! Headquarters for Buggies AND Harness We have in our sample room Houghton, Sidel, Phoenix, Ahlbrand and Arnold Buggies. All new stock. Call and place your order. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster. Kentucky srasrfHJsrrHMV humanity. To join the lied Cross is another way to show your patriotism, it means jou lire willing to help allevi ate the suffering of those who are light ing fur vou Slmw "iir patriotism mate made by Arthur Henderson, ' member of the llritih War Council. He said the end of the war w.u not an immediate piospect ami that it would I not come until tlei nuiy's plan of mili 1 tnrv domination win defeated. i. V nt V ik '.11 : Is the month to look after your little Chicks and start them aright. You can do so by buying a specially prepared "5ab) Chicl Food" which starts them in a good healthy condition for summer growth. After feeding this for ten or twelve days, we have for them the noted "Purina Chick Food" You will sec this in the window ut Surrey's out to the limit all of the perishable vegetables and (hut he will see that not a single ounce Is wasted, if you will only bring it to this cannery to be preserved. Money is being subscribed liberally for this worthy and patriotic enterpriM and those in charge hope to .have It III full blast, ut least by the time the first vegetables are ready for canning. All you have to do is to bring your vegetables and the rest will be done at the factory. The charges will be small, in fact the actual cost of the cans and the actual cost of labor all that will lie linked. Hunt be nfrald that liny thing will now- go to waste since we ure assured of the fuctcry and n car load of cans uu tho side. DRAFT EXEMPTIONS. Claimed At Reserve Corps Camps. The discharge ot about sownty.livo candidates for commissions from the ' Heserve Olllcers TrainingJCnmpat Fort V Sheridan, HI., has been recommended fc , "y their various Captains, because they 'v nliil not believe thev showed in makinif out registration cards, proper spirit for officers of the United btates army Exemptions were cluimed on grounds that the men were married, were, phy slcally disabled or were under military age. The Captain of one company told the, men one by one, that unless they were willing to serve as privates they were not wanted as commissioned of fleers. .4 iM 2 'X ffk '1 V? Ten Big Bargain Bays Beginning Saturday, June 9th and Ending June 16th. A money saver on the following goods: 15c bleach at 124c; Gingham at 14c; $20. J Mens Suits at $12.50; Slippers from 98c up; m $1.25 Shirts 98c; $1.50 Shirts $1.25; JX $2.50 Fancy Skirts $1.89. ?5 A big lot of 23c goods at 19c and many other bargains. You know this is a good time to save money.Give us a call G. M. LYONS BUGGIES THE TERNS OF THE LIBERTY LOAN. Tho net authorizing the I.ibeitv Loan 1 Ilonds of HUT was passed April 2i, UU7. It provides for the issuance of' $:.,000,lHH,lHK) of :i per cent bonds, the interest payable semi-annually on Dec-! ember 15 and June 15 of each year. The principal is repayable on or after the 15th day of June li3L', at the option , of the Government, and if this option. is not exercised the bonds will run full :n years and become due June 15th l'J 17. The bonds ure exempt both us to ; principal und interest from all taxation, . national. State, county, or municipal, ' except the inheritai.ee tax, which is I really not n tux on the properly, but . on the transfer of property by will or inheritance. The bonds ure to be sold at par; that is, dollar for dollar, no premium und no discount. They ure to be sold by the Treasurer of the United Stutes and by nil Federal Heserve banks. Hut all bunks, National und State, post offices, und express companies huve been de signate I us agents of the Government to receive upplicution for these bonds. It Is almost as easy to purchase one of these bonds as it is to get a posl-olllce money order. It is not necessary to pay cash in full for a bond. One can pay down 2 per cent of the purchase price on ap- pllcation-that is, $1 for a $50 bond, $2 for a $100 bond, etc 18 per cent un July 25, 1917; 20 per cent July 30, 1917: 30 tier cent August 15, 1917, and the balance, 30 per cent, August 30, 1917. Bugg IS ies 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. c W. J. Romans if 1 8 3 i im-vfiaui