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Tho Central Record, Thursday, Men 14 1918.
SEINE NOW RESTORED TO FORMER USEFULNESS Kentuckians who delight In donning rubbtr costume ami venturing Into th running streams of the State for th purpose of swooping down on the in' nocent fishes can do o to their heaits content under the provisions of bill which passed the House of Represent lives last week liy n vote of 75 to 8, The use of seines and hoop nets with a two-inch mesh is permitted In all o the inland navigable streams under th provisions of the bill, while similar de vices with ft mesh one and one-halt inches is permitted In all of the border streams of the atate. Ihe bill pro hibits the catching of fish except for personal use, and any person caught fishing for commercial purpjes Is sub ject to a fine to br fixed by the court or jury before whom or which the trial is held, not to exceed $50. As orlgl nally drawn the bill provided that nou residents of the State should have the same privileges as residents by paving a license ot $5.25 to the Clerk of the county in which tho fishing or seining was to be done, but this clause was stricken out and nonresidents will not be allon'ed to invade either the inland waters or the border streams on the Kentucky shore. WHERE THE ALLIED LOANS GO. More people than you would believe are under the impression that the mon ey which Uncle Sam is lending to the Allies leaves America for expenditure in Europe and other foreign countries, This is a mistaken idea. Virtually all of it Is expended right here at home for American produced goods, munitions, and food rtuiTs. Since the declaration of war against Germany on April C. 1917. Congress hat authorized the lending of 10.000,000- 000 to the Allies, to be paid over before July 1, 1'JIS. Up to November 1st the Allies had received advances aggregat ing $3,091,400,000. They had expended In America for supplies $,753,910,000, and had remaining to their credit in In the United States treasury a balance of $932,500,000. From April to November the Allies had been borrowing from Uncle Sam at the rate of approximately $500,000, 000 a rnonth. And they had been spending it with us almost as rapidly as they got It. i So the money you put in Liberty Rands in the two preceding campaigns has been trickling back tnrough Ihe channels of commerce in an uninterrup- ed stream. What the Allies are r.ot spending is beirg scattered by Uncle Sam, who is confronted with the task of supplying and caring for a develop ing army of nearly 2.000.000 men. And an It will continue as long as the war lasts. The men afield must be sup plied with munitions, clothing and food. Every line of American endeavor will profit. The larger the bond sales, tre greater the growth of thi Allied irmies and their requirement; tbe more tie mendous the expenditures. Every dollar you put Into Libel ty Uonus Is an added stimulus toAmerican Industry and American prosperity. Resides making more and more cer tain the defeat of the Kaiser's ambi tion to rule the world with his mailed fist. REPORT OF THE CONDITION MTIONflf BANK, (No. 1-lfKl.) OF LANC.tSTKK. KY. AT TiiBClosB of Business, Met 4 1918 KKSOl'lUJKS. Lo-tit uj1l.couiiU. $131,911 W jm.Wl On nJrttfu. uccurvUI I'uoecured .,..,$ V. H. Itoihl dtl0liii tfi renru eir. cuUtiuu iir Vttlusj) U;mQ 00 l.lbrty Iui.u ttouUi), uuii)-dfU ii'i pvr cvnt mi it i iwrct-ut I ,1M ui het-umivBuiber that V. ti, Uud (not iifludtug crock) OHiivd uu plditd tftt 81(1 .-J SUH'tt ol Kedvml ll--rvt fcauk (10 r cent o( iulicrltiuu) Value of JJaukliitr-aiOU . t,M) CO J-'nrt:itureud tUmm. . lawful rtte with Krdsjr al Iteatrvs tlatiik . . J!mh In vault and '( Hiiiuiintidu(ruui nation- ol U4nk ...... , NelaiiiUduefruin bankiaud buk -", aud trim rumpauli-a inker thall Include., hi Jtemt U, II A 1) riitt'lffit) Iiiuk located out uf rltjr or towu utre IxjrtltiK tank aud o th sir ciu Item (!! tat ion Fuud with V. 8. Treat urer nud du from V. H, Trent, t.WW 00 I.WJ0 W 27S.709 33 6,347 A3 57 03 Is&uO 00 Total LIAMLITIICS Capital stuck (aid lu . V Hurnluifuud Undivided pruflu. ..1M105 eurreut tup? ue, tu lrtt aud taxt tald (hi7 70 Amount reserved (or taiea accrued rirciilatluv Notea onUtmdlns Net amount du to Natluual batiks ludMdualdepoluuLjci to check. . Cirtiritd Clitck--. . I no.000 00 KU.0U0 00 X.JM7 Vtt 11,771 iS 407,874 7 V77 Total . tVl7.iW W BTiiior KiHTt'CtY.CouKTYorOinaAaD.iai I. 0. O. lux nr. Caihltr of th above named bank, do oltmuljr awcar that cb abort tUtemvM ft trua to tb bit of vuj kaowladgt audUlUl. B.C. Uky, Caiblrr. Bobicrlbed qd iworn to befort m tbli 13 tb dajOlWcblSlS. W,r( Champ. Kottrr ralllc. My CoDnnlMloatxpIr)i Jaa COtRICT-AttCitJ J. E.STotui. J W. M. Klliott. DlrKtori. AL1X K. UlUMr.l tilntlllllllMIMIIItlMMMltMMtlll!MniMlTtHHIMMlltf-j Welsh & Wiseman Co. ANNOUNCE THEIR ADVANCE SHOWING OF NewestSpring Fashions Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses Waists, Skirts, Sweaters, Shoes and MILLINERY J WELSH Hi 1 tti 1 41 I HlttHtMIIMIIIItUHHIIIIIIIIHIHIMIIIIIIHIIMI Refining of Metals. A smelting and relliiin; company handles nearly all metuU excepting Iron In producing bruse.s, bearing met' nls, solders, type metals, etc, using copper, tin, lead, zinc, nntlmony, uluml num nickel, manganese bronze, phos phor copper and tin and hUmuth. The dally production Includes 40 miles of wire solder, 100,000 pounds of brass Ingots, 50,000 iounds of babbitt and three tulles of lead pipe. The refining Vnch day aggregate 40,000 pounds of coptier, :t0,U00 pounds of zinc, and SO, 000 pounds of lead. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank or LANCASTER. KY., AT TIIK Close of Business, March 4, 1918 UfcSOUItCKS. Loaua aud dUiuuutt Ii7.tll M 27,41 tC Mi M Uverdraftsi.ktircured I. Luacureu in U. H Hoodadioltvd to avcurt? cir uulatiuu(ar ralnot W,Uiu 00 U.d. Bund Mudrrrtlrlct Ol lIHltJIitflllt' owned aud UUtdrdg-fd ... t,0(O C-0 pttwrtjr Imhu HuudK. u n-pltfilitfd.a-t t cirut atd 4 imt cent MH ( Sto -k u( t-elf rai Hf-vnr Batik. (' vr c.t ttl aljeritliii) Valu of banktu Imiuo Lawful rvovrte wltli Fvdural 1 orrtf Malik . Caib lu tautt aud itvt ainouuta dua frotn iiitliiual iMiika Net ainkdue fmm iMiukaaiid batik- rra. aUtt trut comatifa otttrf tban lnclndvd ! item a It. ll A i L'brcka on ntlicr bank a fu the aapi citr or toii a r?i.riinit buk ttiltifr tlmn Item t?i Total if ltrmt 14. IS. 16. 17 and Vi . fiiA.ut IJ Kdruittoufiiiid with IT. H, Irt-a. urtrr ana uue irom uraiurvr Total LIABILITIES. C-JltUtiM.'k .il lu. V),000 00 nuri'iuiiuuu nv.wu w Uiillvklf4 prutlta. S.flH'i 21 urvat aud taxa nald 1.014 61 M W M Amouut raac-rvtfd for Tate accruvd I.7 t iMrculatliiK Nit otittaudlUK ro.ooO Oil Net amouut duuto National liauka I3 U Nrtauitduv ti bauka, baiikvraaud trout roiutiaulva (otltvr than lu- CludadluXtorUil . ... 431 13 Total of ItauiaJ aud M 1.10b ll Indlridualdvuoaita ublcl toebvek lli.l.Vi74 Crtlfld checks l.t-hi tw Total demaud deioi. (t-ttjvr tbanbauk djoalti) object ft Kcaervf. Items SI, . 7. A.3M.40and1l .. liti.m U Cvrtlflcatea of depolt (other than for money borrowed. .... 4.U0 10 Total of ttm dtDOalta. tub led to Kaservc, Items 4i. U, 41 aud 4V ILK 00 Total U.m m Btati of KiwTi'tny. County or (Iakbaku, as i 1, W. F.Champ. Cashier of tha a bora named bank, do solemnly swear that tht a bora slat meutlatruvtothw ltofiny kuowledfv and belief. W. '. ( bamu, Cibler Aubaerlted and sworu to before tralnlilith, dayolMcU 1SU. . C. Denny, Notary public. Uy Commission Kiplres Jauuary 14, 1WU, CoaaiCT Attest i Lcwia L. Walk ) J.J.Wiuii. Directors. n. r hid io ) IN Correct Spring Footwear Smart Women are making our Store their Fash ion Rendezvous for Shoes. It is here they get quality without extravagance. It is here where they can purchase stylish, snug-fitting Shoes that will en hance the beauty of that Easter Suit or Dress. All sizes, all styles and all colors, at sane, sensi ble prices. & WISEMAN CO. ) Here Is Something You Con Do IBuy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. 11. P. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER. Vic l'rest. W. n. F.igney. Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker. Jr., Book-Keep r. W. P. CHAMP. Cashier. ON ROLL OF HONOR. I HI MWrm FFTirajll Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decldo on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built of the host pontiblo material the Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory tervice for the longott teriod of years. There is no secret la the notedly long Itfu of the Columbus wagon. It Is the result of the methods employed in construction. There ia no wood In this wagon which has not b?rn clr-Jiied under shelter from one to two years. The axloo anj tho t.Lcs of the wheels are hickory; the bounds, bolsters anil candboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is straight grained f.a . 'c. J inc. These aro juit a few examples of the caro which Is ta'-ui to male thU wagon as reliable as pouible. The result is that tho Columbus wac"i is uiioats.blo In reliability and endurance. Come la nud e taim. u for you.S'l . We know you will ba pleased. Becker & Phone 27. Ballard. Bryantsville, Ky. It Is n relief to have the hurlon nf ettrnimgnnce In clothed put orir on thp men. Women's shoulders hare borne It for two centuries. Now, let the men do the work of economy. It every woman Imru her answer reailj when she Is accused of citrnrngancp aiil wnste In the clinnK Ins of fvhlons nnd the IiujIiij of new -Jolhe. Season of Clinging Clothes. Of one thing we ore nil certain! that our clothes wilt clliiK to the fltf lire. Of another thine we arc not quite certain: that the silhouette will he stralxht. The tendency toward wrapped gowns nud towurd tho oriental tuotemeut of fabric nrouml the body Is too strone nnd ImiNirtuut to Im ovcrlOikcil. It Is quite protiablo that tho deslRiiers will offer It as a means nf muling the Ktrnlfht silhouette look out of fuh Ion, The extraordinary success of the Spanish movement In clothes In New York, which has come about from the since and the new dances, uctentu ntes the draping of tho figure on tho bins. It will be Interesting to see whether one silhouette has n marled victory over the other, or whether the battle between tho two becomes a stalemate throughout the spring and summer. Today tho draped figure Is on the offensive. The straight silhouette Is making a good defensive. AU of which Is excellent for the people who sell clothes. There Is little possibility that our clothes will flare, but there Is no prob ability that they will be attenuated. A scarcity of wool does not mean a scarc ity of other fabrics. There Is no evidence of a shortage In tho common weaves of slfk, sutln. crew nnd Jersey, and the early spring models shown by the New York shops for tho southern season, emtxnly Wwv materials In clothes that cling to the figure, but are scanty. The materials chocn for the new spring conns are admirable adjuncts of the new moteinent. Crepe de chine uml tussuh nre In the leud. whereas satin Is Homenhnt shelved for every thing but evening gowns. The Canteen Coat It was not poKlhU fur American fashions to avoid the military Intlu ence, although there was prtnnure against It here as In Prance. Old and hnlf forgotten wars gnve the designers liiKplnitloH, but the present war was too ltal to Influence dress at this hour. However, there lire cvrtaln garments Hint have been tuken up by women nnd put Into high fashion, which nre ills' tlurtly drawn from the bnttlefront In Prance. Ono Is the swinging cape and wrapped turban of horizon blue cloth I. .1... I ... ...... ...... reaches nearly to the knees and I worn on the street; and a third nnd this Is the most donilniint fashion Is the new canteen cont. This call only lie worn by members of the lied Ctokk, but who Is there In this country today who hasn't the right This smart frock of blue Jersey silk 1 la made like a medieval tunic dropped over a narrow skirt of seal brown vet. vet. The tunlo opens on one side to show skirt. The embroidery Is blue, gold and brown. The upper portion of the sleeve Is of the seal velvet te place u small or large Croix Ilougo somewhere on tho costume The lust drive caught almost everyone In Its mesh. This coat 1ms been designed by u Plfth avenue dressmaker. It Is of dark blue cloth. It laps over ho broadly In front that one has a strong suspicion that there are bloomers beneuth In stead of u skirt. Tbe Immense ocketg are well below the hips. The revers fall back or lap over nnd fasten for wanuth. Ou the cuff, and on the high turnover collar, Is the red symbol placed oa a square of horizon blue cloth. The cap, which Is shaped somewhat llkd that of tbe Belgian officers, has tho symbolic em blem la front (Copyright, UU. br th. McClure N.ws pir 8niUcats.) Notice Bids Wanted Bids will be received bv ih fWl of Garrard County, Ai'ltIL -Jnd. 1918 lor repairing the following TURNPIKES IN GARRARD COUNTY, KY for the y.ar ending December 1st, 1918 Quarries will be furnished by the county on sections where county owns qusrries, where none Is owned by the county, contrsclor must furnlfh mine. fcald metal shall lie broken sufficiently fine to psss through a two Inch ring at Its greatest dismster. Said metal shall be spresd by contractor between OCTOBER ISlh ind DECEMBER lit. unless otherwise ordered by county road engineer havlnc charra nf wnrL. The bresklng, messuring and spreading 01 asm metsi shall be under supervision of county rosd engineer. Said turnpikes are laid oh In mi-tlnti. as follows to-wlt; District No. 1 See lion No. 1, New Danville pike to Dix ltlver with rods of rock. Section No. 3. Sugar Creek pike with rods of rock. Section No. 4. lluektn nil. f. Lancaster to McCrearv with rn.li nf rock. Section No. 5. OMUDainille pike to llruce'a bridge with roils of rock. Section No. 6. Crab Orchanl pike to Gilberts Creek bridge with rods of rock. Section No. 7. Prom Gilberts Creek bridge to Lincoln county line with roils of rock. Section No. 9. Richmond pike from Lancaster to HvatUville with rods of rock. Section No. It). Prom Hyatlsvlll to Pairvlew church with rods of rock. Section No. II. IWilllouie pike rods of rock. District No. 2. Section No. .1. ilry. sntsville and Sugar Creek pike with rods of rock. Section No. t. llrynntiville snd Lane Run pike with rods of rock. Section No 5. Iluena Vistn and Ken tuckv liver pike with ro.li of rock. Section No. C. Prom C. K. Poind. x. Utt shop to I, M, Dunn's gate with rods of rock. Section No. 7. Polly Bend pike with rods of rock. Section No. 8. Dellrich pike with rods of rock. District No. 3. Section No. 1. Buck. eye pike from UcCreiry to Buckeye i-osi oiuce wun rods of rock. Section No. 2. Buckeve Buckeye Post t)Hce to Kentucky river un rods of rock. Section No. 3. Poor Rldee nil., frnm Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school house with rods of rock. Section No. I. Poor Rldee nlke fmm Pleasant Hill school houie to k'enfio-kv river with rods of rock. Section No. S. Kirksville nll fYm HyatUvllle to top of West Hill with rods or rock. Section No. fi. Prom ton nf W..i Hill to Madison County line with rous oi rocK. Section No. 7. Teatersvllleand ltr.,1 shaw Mill pike from Teatersvllle to Paint l.lck creek with rods of rock. Section No. 8. Prom Klikarlll. i.a- to Nina with rods of rock. District No. I. Section No. I. V.I,. view rhurch to Paint Lick station vlih rods of rock. Section No. 2. Prom ilraiM- tll..,.- on Richmond pike to Cartersvllle with rods of gravel. Section No. 3. Pall Lick nil. frnm Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate wun rous or rock. Section No. 4. Prom Plmore'a i-ie' to end of pike with rods of rnelr nr gravel. Section fo. C, Liwell and Gllliipie like with rods of rock or gravel. Section No C. Paint Lick ami While Lick plko with rods of gravel. Section No. 7. Point Leuvell and Gooch pike with rods of rock. Section No. 8. Walker Lane nike with rods of gravel. The bids will be on sectluns but bid. der will not be restricted to'one section. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be required tor double the amount of the bid and said bond shall be ap proved by the fiscal court, and said bid der will present with his bid the name of ins proposed surety or sureties. The bidding shall be tier r,l of fS ruble feet and contractor will be required to comply with his contract otherwise his bond will be declared forfeited. All bids must be filed with the Countv Judge on or before April 1st, 1918. The nscai court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. W. A. DOTY, County Road Engineer I