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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 21. 1917. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR NUMBER 12. 1 IDE 3 HE 3F1E G uumc anu act!, inc. WONDER WASHER MACHINE The Most Popular Wash ing Machine in America, DEMONSTRATED WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 From 2 o'clock until 3 o'clock p. m. Whether you need n washer now or not. come anil see the streaks taken out of dirty shirts In less thim it minute. The Demonstrator from the factory will instruct you in the simple ami most effective wny you can save time nnd lighten your labors on wash day. No rub ami no scrub. The Ajiitator gives extra intention to worst soiled parts. A wonderful le'sson in household economy. Your hardest task can now be your lightest The only wnshet on the market using four processes at one time. No Noise, Slop, or Loss of Time. It Must be Seen to be Appreciated. ONE GIVEN AWAY FREE. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. ir n irl f3l IE RYE. BARLEY. WHEAT. Wo will Iruy or store vour Wheat. Rye.nr Ilarley. Highest market price. Plenty of rack. Hudson, Hughes & I'arrmu. NEW CLERK. Mr. Jnmes Nevius has accepted n position with Mr. Jus. W. Smith anil . has already gone to work. James Is a I fine young man, n recent graduate of the high school and wc predict will I make good in his chosen work. ! S. S. CONVENTION An Interesting and instructive pro gram has been arranged for the Inter denominational Sunday School Convcn l tlon which is to be held at the Herring school house next Sunday afternoon. I beginning promptly at 3 o'clock. The public Is cordially invited to be present. LARGE FLAG POLE ' The tiseal court has just appropriated a sum sufficient to purchase n handsome Mag and the 100 foot pole was erected yesterday at the north vast corner of the court house. The pole Is made of iron piping, four inches In diameter at I the bottom tapering to n two inch (II- atneter at the top. Owing to the height h of the pole it was raised with much i difficulty, hut it is now firmly stationed and will last for years. and help rid Attend Chniitauiun morning, noon and night and gel all out of it to he gotteni 700,000 FOR KENTUCKY The money raised in Lancaster and Garrard cwunty will go to make up the "W,lMl alloted to Kentucky fur the Ited Cross work. The money is to be used in the erection of hospital, employ ment of nurses and medijal Hid for American soldiers in war with GenrSny. Your dollar may bring your boy back to you out of No Mans Land, where many sons are going, where many will remain. Join today make this your Ited Cross Day. PROMINENT MERCHANT. ' Come and see the Wonder Washing ' Machine demonstration,, Wednesday, ' June; litth One given away, j Conn liroi, live and let live folks. t ,n. I. ... t lu . I.-. l.....H I ..,e wee u uune ln ... ... M j c of Lsncns.ri wa, designated by 'resident llson as a ,K,ri. Mondav with hil) ,on rUcoeConn period for n Nationwide effort to secure utomob,le man Mr Conf lunus inununceieiiBcinKi i..ii' ilrnlh., ,,, a.,.- h,, i.uli. up one of the largest machine shops in ''Central Kentucky. They are also en gaged in the hardware and Implement Clean up and use lime ... .t:.... me wwnui .-.. I medical aid and nurses for American Show vonr patriotism by lighting I troops on I-renin battle tields. Ken potato bugs, the light it on. ' lucky has been alloted $700,000 to raise. Whatabout vour stable and out houses are they clean? If notyou are in danger. One ease of typhoid fever will cost mora than n barrel of lime and a man to clean your premises. We will buy or store your Wheat, Kv. Harley. Highest market price. l'lcntl of tacks. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. If thousands are ready to givt their lives, will you not give your money, and give till you feel it-ln the spirit of sacrifice? When your boy is in France on the firing line you will not consider vour contributions to the Ited Cross duty but a happy privilege. Come and see the Wonder Washing Machine demonstration, Wednesday, Juno 27th. One given away. Conn Ilros. live nnd let live folks. Why not make up your mind to get the most ut of ChautaniUH. It can be made a season of mental and spiritual refreshing. It will help you thru the th summer. How may wc successfully fight the tly? Hv destroying or removing his breeding place, the manure pile, re moving all garbage and tasking the privy vault lly-proof, and by keeping m i m ii.hl mil 1 1 u luan In af-r.tpninir j-... , un the house; by the use of the wire swat- j JPjJJ ler anu sucny u paper. business in Lancaster, carrying an it mense stock. All of this well known Garrard county family arc expert ma chinists and have wide reputations for their ability:-Danville Messenger. MANY MASONS TO GO Practically every Mas,on in the coun. ty will attend the big celebration and barbecue next Saturday at Crab Or chard. Kdervthing is in readiness to entcrtai.i the fiOW piople that are ex pected to l on bund. The children from the Widow's aid Orphan's Homo will be there together with their band as well as the famous Smlttie band of Cincinnati. The celebration will be on the Springs Hotel property and final arrangements have been made to park at leost BOO outomodiles. PROMINENT POLITICIANS. Lancaster was visited by three prom' inent politicians last Thursday in the persons of Hon. Rodman Keenon, Clerk of Court of Apiieal nt Frankfort, Sen ator Fro9t. of May field and Dr. Alex ander of Versailles. A Becret confer ence was held with a few of our local politicians, lasting about thirty min utes, said tohav been relating to some of our local candidates. They left im mediately for Stanford where 'tis said a similar meeting was held and a local ticket mapped out for Lincoln county, whicn has put the political pot to boil ing in that democratic stronghold. GARRARD'S QUOTA OVERSUBSCRIBED. Garrard county oversubscribed her allotment of the Liberty Loan Bond by $1,800, the total amount applied for be ing $ion,soo. CHAUTAUQUA IN FULL BLAST Place Your Order for a DEEEING BINDER Full Line of Deering Parts Mowers, Rakes and Twine. HASELDEN BROS. . j i Lancaster, - - Kentucky 'Ml araaiTHiiiMEarfcUS! TtiisiTtiJorHisrasitaE. BURDETT APPOINTED. I's farmers und amateur gardeners now have n light on which promises u thriller, "filter bugs unit smart weeds). Shoulder your powder guns nnd get your rakes nnd hoes ready. The battle bn begun. George W. Ilurdett, the youngest son The man wlfo grumbles at taxes and or l.eorge u. liuruett. or Louisville. at the call to subscribe will do well to 1 1" ucen appointed to a place under the keep in mind the thought that if France lUv" Service, in the Adjutant General's- and Kustia and England break down he uH'ce. oi me ar ueparunem ai ill be paying everything he has to wasmngton anu lelt ror that city last German tax collector for the rest of ' balurdav. l.eorge Uurdett Is a most his natural life. That's all there is to 1 deserving young man and his appoint- t, Th.fi nreeiselv th wv matters ment Is good news to his many friends Btama in this and Garrard county. That he J will make good goes without saying. The recent rains have furnished, -Danvillu Messenger. enough seasons for the farmers to sit rsldy HARDIN LOOMS UP. themselves of the oportutiity. This ' Although tho next State races are year will douLlles prove u banner year I two yearn off, the usual amount of for the tobacco raiser and he should early gubernatorial gossip is going the strive to product a crop of excellent political rounds, and in tho name of iUnlity. j Judge Charles A. Hardin, of Harrods- burg, the present Democratic State In nuibolizing the resources of the chairman, and Circuit Judge of the land to feed those whom kings and Thirteenth judicial district, figures Kaiser have marie hungry the hen is rK0ly. Kver since the new State ad not to beover'ooked. One of the friends mluistrution took hold, -Judgo Huidin of Immunity now most missed in Ger- &s tvvn regarded us having his eye un mnry la the hen. She was early called tlt, gubernatorial succession, and his to tin- colors, in the Centrul F.mpire anil eaten to the last feather. Eggs in llerlin nre more precious than peurl. BACON As wo told you most Hnions coiitiiin an excess of salt. They reiiuiru to lie freshened before boiii cooked. These Bacons cost less per pound than ours, but when you llgure on this salt nt about 15e a pound, there is u different story to tell. Tito beauty of our Hacnn is tlr.it there is not the least hit of wiistu about it. In a pound of it there arc 16 ounces that can be eaten. We would be glad to have you try the brand we handle. We think you would ngree with us thut It is u superior article. Qurrey' s friends say that recent events have strengthened his chances for the party nomination, Louisville Times. ' LIBERTY BELL RUNG Again the "Liberty lien was rung in tht) ears of the Nation. In the midst of tin j country's terilllc, last-day drive for the Liberty War Loan, it faint peal from the "Liberty Hell ' in Independ ence Hall was heard throughout the land. Mayor Smith struck America's jtfi moJt revered relic witn a goitwi nam triner, at exactly 1- o'clock, noon -mid the long mute tongue of the Liberty llcll"spol;e uguin. It was but 11 win ner but it reviberaU'dlrom the Atlantic to the l'acitlc, calling last minute nub scribers ta the Liburty Ilonds to the service of their nation. The over-subscri)tion of tho gove'n ment wcr loan showed that the nialned note from the undent bell, which, first proclaimed America's liberty ktlll strik es a reiponsivu com in America a neari, 3 r m t Tf 1 Cracked und silent since 133S wiien it broke tolling rorlheuealli Uiicr Justice Marshall, it again tolled for tho death of Autocracy und for tho Liberty of all of God's people Garrard did her bit in the Liberty Loan and nobly did she do it. What will she do towards raising that 700,000 alloted to Ky. for Red Cross work? The Hedputh Chautauqua opened its third season In this city yesterday afternoon and will have two daily en tertainments for the next five .days. The afternoon sessions open promptly at 3. 1. M. and the evenings session at 8:15. Most of the merchants have agreed to close their stores at 2:45 and open again at 5 o'clock. WESTERN UNION SER VICE DISCONTINUED. The Oastin Telephone Company an nounce that after July 1st, they will discontinue the Western Union Tele graph service. In lieu of this they will place a pay station in the office of, the telephone company and those sending messages will call Stanford and pay in advanco the cost of the message at the pay station. YOUNGER MEN FOR AIR SERVICE CORPS. The age limit for the army air ser vice has been reduced from twenty-one to nineteen years, according to a tele gram from tho war department receiv ed dy President II. S. Darker of the university og Kentucky. The minimum will allow a number of eager students who have been barred to try for aerial corps. The air service needs athletes who arc quick-witted, punctual, reliable and intelligent men accustomed to muk ing quid; decisions. Highly desirable men who ride well can sail a fast boat or handle a motorcycle usually make good air pilots. THE RIGHT SORT OF PATRIOT. There is an intimate touch of human nature In tho following extract from n letter written to the chairman of tho board of registrars the day utter tho young men of Lexington enlisted for service: The honor of serving our country 11s registrars June 5 gave us nil excellent opportunity to study human nature and how much space of 1 American hearts is occupied by Amori-1 canism. For example, we received a message early from 11 young mini in our precinct of his intention to register, 1 but on account of his physical cundi-, Hon he could not como to the polls in person. Wo Immediately sent one of j our registrars to his home und fouud him in bed, ll.it or his backr with his life gradually ebbing uwuy und real. Izing that his d jys on earth ,were but few, yet to the iijcstion, "Do you claim exemption," he readily uiuwercd No'. This is the typo of Americucs thut will some day hung Old Glorv on the highest building to llerlin. -Lexington Leader. ALL THE STYLES "KRYPTOKS", "LUXPaLS", "SHELTEX" 'TORSHEL" "FITS-IT "SHURONS". WHY -V take another because they say it is as good as I GLEN LILY r That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is the best. The only unbleached, unblended flour that you can buy in central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. I Garrard Milling Go. 1 j Buggies, Wagons, Harness. Are some of thu equipment that makes up the ItYItNK OPTICAL SEUVICK, at Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster Ky. June 25 to 30lh. J. J. Uyrne, Optometrist, Optician. I have a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buy ing. W. Romans a. TV I jrl !.a. 58. I is 'Gs Q' ?2