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The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 28, 1918.
ALL RECORDS BROKEN ON OUR LAST FEW SALES. CHOPS AVERAGING IIP TO 50CTS with prices high as 70cts. Congestion over and can put you on at any time. We Have Kept Our Word to all Growers and Secured the HIGHEST PRICES. Yours for high Prices Come with your next load and make yourself at HOME at the Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. TREES now is tne time to plant your Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable Fruitand Shade Trees Small Fruits, Shrubs, Evergreens, Grace, Asparagus, Seed Po tatoes, Strawberries, etc., is free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmeycr & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs for fall p!anting--POSTPAID-foronly $1.00. Write for particulars and FREK FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. SINGER, THE FLORIST A TWICE-TOLD TALE. One 01 Interest To Our Readers. Good news bears repeating, and when it is confirmed after a long lapse of time, even if we hesitated to be lieve it at first hearing, we feel secure in accepting its truth now. The fol lowing experience of a Lancaster wom an is confirmed after four jenrs. Mrs. C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St, Lancaster, says; "Mv kidneys were out of order and I had pains through my back. At times, I was nervous, too. Doan's Kidney Pills trade me feel much better and stronger in every way." (Statement given February 7. 1912) LASTING BENEFIT. On November 17, 1916, Mrs. Brum mett said: "I have had no return of kidney trouble since Doan's Kidney Pills cured me. I know they are a good remedy and I often recommend them to others." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs Brummett had. Fuster-MilburnCo. Props., Buffalo, N. V. last week with her grand parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. F. Brown. See us for Tested Seed Corn. Hudson, Hughes & Furhau. Mrs. Lour! Noel and daughter Sallie, were the guests last week of her daughter, Mrs. Ollie Bogie. Mrs. . II. Gulley and daughter. Miss Barbara spent last Friday with Mrs. Wm. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Ray Bogie spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Scott in Jessamine countv. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards and two little daughters, spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Calico. Mrs. L. F. Brown and daughter, Louie MItchel, were guests last Monday of her son, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and little daughters, Stella Mae and Edna, spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nath Bogie. Miss Mayme and Georgia Crutchfield Messrs Smllie Hill and Herbert Jones I were guests Sunday of Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Ethel Rav. spent from Saturday until Monday, with her mother, Mrs Mary A. Sanders. Mr and Mrs W. I.. Grow and daugh Ur. Lury, were with Mr and Mrs W. N. Grow at Pleasant Hill a part of last week. Mrs IVachie Grow returned Sunday from several weeks stay with her sir ter-in-law, Mrs Delia Scott, at Nicho- lasville. Mr Auther Preston moved into his new house r.ear Bourne last week and Mr Thos Montgomery moved to the house vecated by Mr Preston. Try Corn Flour, a substitute for wheat flour. Hudson, Hughes and Fnrnau. Mr Ollie Sherrow and family moved last week to the Buena Vista neighbor hood and Mr George Sherrow and wife moved to the hope vacated by Mr She'row. Stony Point sick ROUTE, P. HARRODSBURG, KY, BOOKKEEPING BusIoeu.Phonograpby TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY !Efil!!rMPJ!ili,E and baaktai bnaliiMa, alio 40 yaara 4nttng Wl toubi mn ana wunoi mr nrrns, ri,nur now, UtnuWILBCH H. ftMITII, 1eInkIou, Uy. JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUIS VILLI. KY. Liberal assortment and full vsIim ur rnno rawi uno HH aaal Cat Bala s?xrri HIGHEST PRICES PAID RsmltUas Mil.l m Day EMpauM is Rmli 4 No Commiitioa to Pay Wrlu It Prlc. Lbi ud 3Lipf4g Tart M. Sabel & Sons ImipvtUj fetelUU US LOUUVOJJC.KY. l her Master Tevis Rayburn is very with pneumonia. Miss Cora Fletcher is visiting sister, Mrs Clayton Anderson. Miss Flora Price has returned home after visiting her sister, Mrs Hunter Davis. Miss Mary Barr has returned to Nina where she will resume her duties as teacher. Mr. C. C. Hounshell. of.Camp Shelby Miss, is spending a few days furlough with his wife. Master Carl and Reathel Morgan, of Nina, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Steve Lay ton. Messrs John and Sylvester Price visited friends at Pleasant Hill Satur day and Sunday, BUCKEYE , Delayed. Mrs. Mai Carter has been ill for the past few days. Mr, R. W. Sanders bought from Mr. Llllard Miles, a cow price $100. The ladies Missionary Society met last week at the home of Mrs. A. U. Miles. Mrs. Robert Layton was the guest last week of her sister, Mrs. Handy Kurtz. Miss Elsie Whittaker has returned home after several weeks stay with relatives here. Little Elizabeth Kurtz spent part of LANCASTER MAN DOING HIS DUTY. For two years I suffered agonizing pains in my stomach, belching up sour and bitter fluids and gas. Tongue al ways coated. Doctors were unable to help me. The first dose of Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy made me feel 100 per cent better, and I am now feeling better than at any time in mv life. I deem it my duty to advise other suffer ers." It isa simple, harmless prepara tion, that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflamation which causes practical ly all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. Ona dose will convince or money refund ed. R. E. McROIlERTS. Druggist. MT. HEBRON Mrs Win Dnncan is very sick at this writing. Mrs John Hurmn who has been ill for several weeks is no better. Mr B. A. Duncan sold to Mr Dillard Ilrumfield, a mule for $125. Mr A. S. Dean bought of Mr B. A. Duncan some corn at $8. per barrel. Miss Iva L6u Preston of Buckeye spent last week with homo folks here. Mr and Mrs Thos Hicks attended preaching at Scotts Fork, Sunday and were with Mrs Mary A Sanders. Mr Thos Barker was unfortunate enough to get a finger cut off by catch ing It between wagons, last week. Mrs H, R. Montgomery and children, BUENA VISTA Master William Poor is quite ill. Mr C. O. Ruble sold to Chas Shelby a mare f6r $150. Miss Lucy and Lura Jennings were in Harrodsburg las week. Mr and Mrs A. J. Back are visiting her parents in Winchester. The Buena Vista Consolidated School haa purchased a new Victrola. Mrs Will Scott and daughter, Rachel, were in Harrodsburg, Thursday. Miss Bettie Scott spent the week-end with her parents at Nicholasville. Miss Janie Belle Frost Is at home for a few weeks stay with her parents. MrN. K. Ruble aold to Ilruner and Dean, a three year old mule for $155. Mr Robert Surface sold to Mr N. E. Ruble a sow and seven forty pound shoats for $50. Safe guard the health of your family by using Kiln Dried Corn Meal. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr and Mrs L. S. I'oore attended the funeral of Mrs Walker Poore at Wit more last week. Mr Walker Poor was formerly of this county and lias many friends who extend their sympathy in his bereavement. Sens Lay AMAZINGLY a tb Unt la iwmJ mix) ilea .jitti BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY i ww uruya Its IDur uiimg watar Ihsjta Uy. CutM mni brwaw roan, told, aor kdj nd atisr '"" ' av-evai bolt! mafcM tlf aitoot or mahriaa. A 3JEICI UW8I C9., LuUfltt, If SOLD BY R. E. McKOBERTS INVESTIGATION DEMANDED. The most unfortunate incident that has arisen since this country's entrance into the war is the dispute between the railroads and the brotherhoods of trainmen and conductors. The dispute is fraught with much danger tn the transportation interests the country. The seriousness of the charges made by Messrs W. G. Ie and A. II. Gar retson, heads of the trainmen and con ductors, respectively, would seem to leave the Government no choice but to fully investigate the entire matter. Messrs l,ee and Gurretsnn allege that the freight congestion is the direct re sult of conspiracy on the part of the managements of the various systems to discredit gov, rumen t control and the eight-hour law. Not only is this ser ious charge made by both these great labor leaders, but it is substantiated by numerous other members of the two brotherhoods. It is almost unbelievable that the heads of our great transportation sys tems could so far forget the first dutv of American citizens as to oxploit their country In this great crisis of her his tory, for purely selthh ends. On the other hand It is almost unbelievable that two such prominent leaders of the people should he deceived Into laying charge of such seriousness unless they were nrmly convinced of its tiuth. The country had thought that the graceful manner in which government control was accepted by the manage. ment of our railroad,, that all were in perfect harmony with the Administra tion in the effort to bring the war to bring the war to a speedy close. We were feeling proud of our transporta lion systems and pointing to them as evidences of the deep loyalty of all classes of our people. Wa had also rejoiced that the great labor organiza tions were standing so staunchly bv thu government and would throw their great strength to the making of the world safe for democracy. Rut this controversey is of too ser ious a nature to be paued by. t . volves two of the most powerful Inter ests in the country, and the very life of the nation is affected. If the charge la true, there is treason to deal with. If false, then two of America's great est labor leaders have sadly fallen down on their jobs and have brought their organizations Into bad repute. Since the matter has gone ao far. it is up to Congress to thoroughly Inves tigate. No pretuntory probe should be tolerated, but the country should be made fully acquainted with every fact. The railroads are mora than ever the arteries of the nation In this crisis, and consideration for no man or set of men should be permitted to Interfere with their free operation. Use the probe and probe to the bottom. eJ Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Ralnry a Livery Stable. Lancaster. - Kentucky The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence Phone 3. Ollice Phone 27 LANCASTKR. KY. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick. Kentucky Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberis. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-M BUCKEYE, KY. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, . . KENTUCKY. Office over Stormes Drug Store. Hours 8-12 a.m. 14 p.m. 7i0-9p.m,