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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 14. 1918. TWKNTT EIGHTH YEAR NUMBER BO. F1F1 PLOWING TIME Get your plows and plow gear together. There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait m.til you are ready to hitch up. We have what you need. Come and see. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. fe1r1tlll IE White seed oats, germination 100 per cent. Hudson. Untitles & Fnrnnu If Mr Hoover will see to it that all vegetables and fruiti raised thin year are really put un the market anil not dumped In the rivers or left to rot in lh fields, lie will have done much t relieve the food situation. Advertising is the modern method of communication between the business man and the consumer. Shrewd bust nrss men who have desirable proposi tlons to offer KNOW THIS and adver tise. If you want to know WHAT these desirable propositions are, real the ads in this aer each week. They tell the story and nam the merchant f See us for tested seed corn, initiation 93 per cent. Gcr Hudson, Hufihes &. Farnau, OF THE GODS! ; with -- - jtj ONION SERVICES The Union Services will be conducted In the M. E. Church Sunday evening, March 17, 11)18. Uev. S. G. Callison, pastor of the Baptist church will da liver the sermon for the occasion. S140. COW. Annette Kellerman We Only Million Dollar Picture Beautiful :gze Most Wonderful Production of the Age. Total number of people appearing in picture 21,218, Largest number used in single screen, 19,744. More than 200 Mermaids. 300 Dancing Girls and Women of the Sultan's Harem. WOODROW WILSON instead of going on a long honeymoon, took Mrs. Wilson to see 'A Daughter of the Gods". I This Elaborate Production will bo shown Thursday. Mar. 21st. AT Stout's Theatre Danville, Ky. Matinee 2:30. Night Show 8 P. M. Telephone, write or wire for Reserved Seats. Admission 25, 35 & 50 cents Mr. (!. II. Swlnebroad sold a grade milk cow one dsy this week to Mr. K. C. Cheatham for $140. The cow was recently bought of Mr, John 0. II. Collier and Is said to be the best one in the county, not being registered. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. Regular services In Christian church Sunday. The llible School hecins at 8:50 a. in; worship 10:50. Sermon sub ject "The Iron, Silver and Golden Rules. A cordial invitation Is ex tended to you to attend all of these services. JUNK DEALER. Mr, Louis Goldstein and family have moved into Lancaster, where Mr. Goldstein has opened up in the old Arcade Garage, prepared to handle and pay the highest market price for 'Junk of every description. Read his adver tisement In this issue and call him should you have anything in his line. TRACTOR ENGINE. In this iatue ot the Record appears the advertisement of the public sale of personalty of the lale W. A. Todd, at Paint Lick, March 23rd. Among the personalty to be sold is an International Tractor, which is rapidly coming into use in this county. Head the announce ment on another page. A DAUGHTER OF THE GODS. On the first page of this issue appears the announcement that Annette Keller mann. In "A Daughter Of The Gods" will be shown at Stout's Theater in Danville, next Thursday afternoon and evening, March 21st. This is the most talked of ticture ever produced and doubtless many from here will take advantage of the opportunity to see it. PENDENNIS COFFEE. Mr. II. II. Myers, of Nicholrsville. a very popular "knight of the grip" was In our city this week. Mr. Myers is now representing the Engelhard CotTee Company, of I-ouisvllle and boosting and selling their favorite brand "Pen dennis" which cunnoissuers pronounce about the best coffee "what is." Davidson and Tomlinson are the ex clusive agents in this city and will be pleased tu ahow you this coffee and tell you of its good qualities. YE OLDE FASHIONED SINGE. The Danville Choral Club will give a concert in the new Danville High School building Friday evening. March 15th. At this time Mils Helen Turner, the new voice teacher at the Kentucky College for Women, will make her first debut before a Danville audience. A great treat is In store for those who attend and we predict that many from here will take advantage of this opportunity and lend their presence. Tickets are 50 cents. TOBACCO MARKET CLOSES. The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co, desires to announce that the Richmond Tobacco Market will close with the sale of Wednesday, March 20th, and urges all its friends and patrons to bring what tobacco they may have left to market as soon as possible. Tho murket is exceedingly strong and grow ers are now receiving the best prices of the season. Wo wish to thank ill our patrons for their part In ont of the most success ful seasons for all concerned that we have ever had. With best wishes for you all, we beg to remain. Veiy truly yours, Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. MR. MURDOCK COMING SUNDAY. The Rev. Mr. Harvey S. Murdock, of tho Iluckhorn School, ferry county Kentucky, will preach at the Presby terian etiurch next Sunday at 11 o'clock, b. m. The congregation always looks forward to his visits with greatest pleasure, knowing that he will bring an interesting message concerning the work of educating and christianizing the mountaineer. During the short life of fifteen years of the school more than nineteen hundred of the moun tain people have been won for Christ. Young men who have received their education through the school, have en tered the ministry and are now preach' Inx the Gospel to their neighbor! and relatives. You ire cordially' Invited to PUT YOUR HUMAN CAMERAS IN FOCUS. Enjoy quick, accurate vision, place the nerves and muscles of your eyes in restful balance, with Scientifically pre scribedIndividually designed I1YIINE GLASSES, at Hotel Kengar lan, Lancaster, March 18 to 23rd. J. HOGAN BALLARD Makes Good Record In Legislature. Next Wednesday tho 1918 session of the Kentucky Legislature will pass into history. Many bills of utmost Impor tance to this county and to the State of Kentucky will have become laws in the near future and in reviewing the work of this legislature, the citilens of Garrard county will look back with much pride upon the splendid work of our Itepiesentative. J. Hogan Ballard. That he has filled this honorable pos ition with credit to himself and with satisfaction to his constituency, no one will doubt in the least, not even those of dilferent political faith. He was given recognition early in the session when he introduced the "Bal lard Hone Dry" bill which went through both houses by safe majorities; he earnestly espoused the Anti-Shipping bill which prevents a person from carrying liquor into a dry territory, even for his own personal use, and now only awaits the signature of the Gov ernor, which makes it a law in sixty days after March Sth. He has been assigned to some of the most important committees of the ses sion, served as speaker protein of the Hou;e for one day, performing all duties assigned tn him. with as much ease and grace as some who have seen such service for many years. When he returns to his home county next week, he will receive the plaudits and congratulations of his friends, the Central Record among them, who wil' say to him of his past work in the Leg islature, "well done thou good and faithful servant." CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION Docket Light For Three Weeks Term. The March term of the Garrard Cir cuit court liegan her last Monday morning with Judge C. A. Hardin pre siding and attorneys Turyear and Wal ker locking after the Interests of the commonwealth. The court was opened by our new sherilT, Mr. A. K. Walker, in the usual formal manner and he did so with the ease and and grace of a veteran, his sonorous voice being clearly heard in all parts of the court room. It took only a short time to empanel the grand jury, to whom Judge Har din delivered a very impressive, forcefnl and patriotic charge. After his usual charge In bringing the vio lators of the law to justice and urging upon the jury the responsibility that they had taken under their oath, it was their duty to investigate every viola tion and an indictment found against such violators. Touching the patriotic duty of every citizen, Judge Hardin was very im pressive In calling attention of the jury to the words and acta of those not in sympathy with the war now being waged against Germany, stating there were only two classes of people, those who are for this country and those who are against it. lie earnestly urged the jury to Inquire Into the loyalty of those who find fault with the President and report nny unpatriotic utterances from those who would belittle the work the United States is doing to preserve democracy. Judge Hardin covered every violation of the law in his charge and was ssid by many to have been the beat they had ever heard. The following compose the grand jury; John W.' Sanders, Sol Hammonds, Hobt. llurnside, Lem Teater, Millard Ham, Frank Thompson, David Rankin, 11. T. Logan, Dan Gubbard, E. E. Eatridge, Scott Huffman, Woods Walker. Foreman. I'etit Jury, Eph Hammock, l'al Rogers, Millard Graham, John Smith, Ed Naylor. William Watkins, W. M. Simpson, Geo Robinson, Tandy Center, Tom Slain, Green Estet, - Ed Chandler, Chas. lUllew, W. R. Cook, Jesse Gulley, J. N. Denny, W. I). Uurton, John Davis, J. D. Carter, Wm. Raney, Harry Anderson N. J, Gosney, Thos. O'llearn, Hoyd Turner. CARD OF THANKS. During the sickness and death of our dear motber.Mri Mary House, we desire to thank those friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness ind sym pithy, for the beiutiful floral designs and those who assisted In the singing it the burial service. The Children. HEADQUARTERS FOR American.Fence ORIGINAL ANDGENUINE I Wire Fence, Vulcan Plows g Collars, Britchen, Hames. HASELDEN BROS Vs- Lancaster. - Kentirnkv If6 3E) E 3f New Meat Market ni We are now open on Richmond Street, one block from the square and carry at all times, the best of Fresh Meats and Groceries Your Patronage will be appreciated. Goods delivered. Phone 199. BROWN C& TESTES. 11 1- ii mi iiii irl ft. S. HATFIEbD, Dentist. PHONES Kefen'ce 376. Abb WORK GUARANTEED. Lancaster, Ky. The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. 18 Years Experience. 12 Years in Central Ky LATEST STYLES IN SHELTEX & ZOEONITE RIMS Will be at KENGAKLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER MARCH 18th to 23rd. J. J. BYRNE, Optometrist Optician. I Employ No Agents. ! be present it this service.