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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 28. 1918. TWENTY EIGHTH TEAR NUMBER 53. 6Fm 3f1BE ft PLOWING TIME Get your plows and plow gear together. There are lots of things you will need. Don't wait ui.tll you are ready to hitch up. ,We have what you need. Come and see. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 11111 IE lloslon ia to have whale meat. It l hoped the whale won't crowd the hum hie heart oir the platter. It hat been ui!Keated that the wild cat distillers are hut iiIm) Inc the uov erimienl injunction. ltusinesa aa uiual" Holland aeema to have oVrn in Dutch" on the shipping question. It'a a cae of "d d if you do and d d jf you uon'l" with Holland, The highest grades of Cut Flowers the season affords, for Easter. Your order ap preciated and delivered promptly. Billy Miller. Maryland voted for nation-wide pro hibition hut decided to keep her aupply of Ihhjic on hand in a Iriendlv effort to quench those Wa.hinKton thirsts. The profiteers seem tn have rounded up alt the food. Now let the govern ment round up the profiteers anil we II have the vcea with the iroodj on them I Since Uncle Ham has taken over the ' railroad he can sympathize with the fellow who huts n second-hand car, ! It'a not in the original cost, it'a in the upkeep. It ii uncertain which ia doing the quickest shooting theae days the American buda at home or the Amrri can boya abroad. Iloth are working I for a great summer victory. Monday Night. April 1- . at ROMANS OPERA HOUSE Wm. Fox Production of RL A. Welsh's Master Drama - the - R SYSTEM (iet your Kaster hats from Itella Arnold Krancis. See tis for tested seed corn. IIikNoii, Hughes & Fiirnau. When Illlly Sunday finishes in Chicago will go to France. Hilly needs rest and quiet. Mr. Hoover lays we may eat all the apples we want. He should have said all we can get". That fellow who married his mother in. law. in order to avoid the draft, evidently wasn't Buffering from any want of courage. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow give more milk. Hudson, Hutflius &. I'linimi. I.lttle Finland asked for h son of the kaiser as her ruler, and the kaiser sent his armies ahead to be sure nf the right kind of a reception for the kid. The kaiser ia wise-the kid might get lost. All honor to Captain Archie Itoo-e- velt! That honorable wound, received while bravely battling at the front, will go a long way toward reconciling the people here at home to any little ei-uliarities they may not like about the Colonel. Victor Harper, in 'his eandldacv for United States Senator, demands the rpi-ttll at nnr trrmlia from France. Couldn't somebody get Victor to do some electioneering over in Canada; Those Canadians have a mighty con vincing way of answering arguments of that kind. That message of sympathy from President Wilson to the people of Ku. aia was not only the expression of the aentimrnt of the American people, but master stroke of policy as well. Lenine and his kind have never rep resented the masses of the people of Itussia. and it Is not beyond the bounds of (Missibillty that her teeming millions may yet develop a Moses who will lead tnem from German bondage to the light and liberty of the free peoples of the earth. H IN 10-8ripping Reels-10 of Laughs, Thrills, Tears and Cheers The Greatest Human Story ever told. A Society Drama of Love and Adventure also depicting many exciting scenes of Western life upon the Mexican Border. A thrilling battle between the U. S. Soldiers and the Mexican Revolutionists. Don'jt Miss This Big Ex traordinary Production. AMISSION: 6 CENTS. 11 CENTS AND IS CENTS FINE COLT. LECTURE AT PAINT LICK. Prof. C. A. Keith, of lUchmond, will lecture at the Paint Lick school build ing, Friday night, March 29th, at 7:30 o'clock. The topic of the lecture will he "Childhood's Pictures". A great treat Is In alore for thole who attend and we predict n good crowd will take advantage of the opportunity to hear him. REX GARAGE SOLD. As advertised the Itex Garaire was sold last Saturday afternoon through Swinebroad. the real estate man. at public auction, the price paid being 18,51X1. Mr. J. I. Hamilton was the purchaser and people who know seem to think It a good investment, as the property readily rents for $900 a year. Capt. Am (iourne was the auctioneer. The property was owned jointly by Messrs Parker Gregory, W. F. Champ and Walter Hammack and was sold to desolve the partnership. CIRCUIT COURT ABOUT OVER One more day will wind up the three weeks term of the Garrard Circuit court. John L. Hopkins charged with waylaying and shooting Jess Urock last summer, was given a sentence of one year in the penitentiary. McKlnley Schooler charged with breaking into a house on the farm of J. T. Itaney, was given one yeur in the pen. Kinnaird I'avell who broke into the cash draw er of the deKt, was sentenced to two year id the pen. The grand jury has adjourned, hav ing returned only a few indictment!. TIDE OF BATTLE TURNS. GLRMANY LOSES 400,000 MEN IN WEEKS DRIVE. ItoliL Fox reports the foal of n bay stud Colt aired by the good horae "Wiltondale" 20,, dam by Gambetta Wilke 'Jnd dam by Nuthurst S;12. Wiltondale was recently sold by his owner. It. M. Jones of Lexington to F.astern parties for $1000. PROMPT SETTLEMENT. Wjthln four daya after th destruc tion of his home by fire, Mr. George Itcbinaon, waa handed a check for his iniurance, $2,500. by the local agent, Mr. J. A. Ileatley, who represents the New York Underwriters, in which company the policy was written. SOLDIER TOBACCO FUND. Mr. Kd C Gainea sent tn hia contri bution to the Soldiers Tobacco Fund, the tobacco being recently sold on the Danville market for a total of $17.55. This tobacco was donated by the farm ers of the county and given to Mr. Gainea to be forwarded. P HEADQUARTERS FOR AmericairFence ORIGINAL ANDGENUINE oil ' ARM BROKEN. Mr. George Patterson, our local I., and N. agent, had the misfortune to get his arm broken last Thursday while attempting to crank an automobile. The break was a painful one, between the elbow and wrist and will probably necessitate him carrying it in a tllng for scleral weeks. PATRIOTIC TALK. Dr. Ganfield, president of Centre College, in the interest of the Y. M. C. A. gave a splendid tain to theachnol children of the Lancaster Graded School Tuesday afternoon. The talk waa along patriotic lines and those who were fortunate enough to hear him, were well repaid by hia eloquent and patriotic address. new schooTTreasurer. Mr. I.. C Gulley tendered his resig. nation as treasurer of the Lancaster Graded School last week and Miss Frankio KaulTman was appointed by the trustees to succeed him. Miss Kaulfmun can be found at tho luw of. Ilcea of her brother, Mr, II. Clay KaulT man , over the post oflice, where those desiring to pay their school tax may call. WORLD DEMOCRACY. "We feel ourselves to be intimate partnera of all the governments and peoples associated together against the Imperialists." Wilson's message, to Congreas, Jan uary 9th. 1918. If you cannot see tu read the great war messages of the President, THE IlYltNE OPTICAL SEHVICB will help you. In Lancaster two more days FHIDAY and SATUltDAY, 29th. 30th. Germany's 'supreme effort to break the Allied front in the west apparently is no nearer accomplisement today than it was on the day the great drive start ed, and she is estimated to have lost 400.000 men in the futile effort during less than a week's lighting. She has not given up the attempt, however, the advices from the front indicting that her forces are massed for a drive in the region of Iloye and Noyon in an effort to break through there, as a preliminary to a rolling up process either to the north or bouth. The Entente line, as it now runs. with British, French and Americana standing together, presents an unbrok en front throughout the battle area. There has been a slowing down in the German pressure north of the Somme, except possibly in the vicinity ot Al bert, where the British are holding doggedly. In the Noyne region and along the line of the Oise to the east the French, by their valiant defense, having like wise compelled the Teutons, weakened by their ceaseless efforts and heavy losses, to relax the force of their pressure. THIRTY-ONE COLORED MEN To Leave For Camp Zacharr Taylor Friday Morning. The last increment of the first draft has been ordered to report, for military duty and the local Exemption Hoard ho been ordered that they be mobilized here tomorrow, Friday morning, at eight o'clock. Thia increment is com posed entirely of colored men, 31 in number, and ia the first to leave this county. They will be sent to Cairp Zachary Taylor. The following ia the complete list of thoae who have been notified to report. Frank McGarven, Marcellus, Dillard Wye, Lancaster, Lige Itobinson, Lancaster, Kdgar Smith, Marcellus, Fred Herring, Lancaster, Herbert Salter, Lancaster, Kd Francis, Lancaster, Howard liuford, Lancaster, Itollie II. llurnsidca, llryantaville, Tom Jones, Lancaster, James Miller, Lancaster, Price Logao, Marcellus, Thomas Hughes, Markabury, Cornelius Warren, Lancaster li. It. 3. Hugh M. Tarrcnce, Lancaater, Minor Hamilton, Kuena Vista, Fred Mayfield, Marcellus, Charlie Mitchell, Stanford, It. 4. Alfred Dunn, Marcellus. Sam Nelson Davis, Marcellus, Joe Itice, Lancaster, General llaker, Louisville, 1G09 Walnut, Clifford Ingram,' llryantaville, Charlie Leavell, Crab Orchard, It 2. Itaymond Miller, Lancaater It 1. Gilbert llroaddus. Point Lick It 3. William J, Purdom, Lancaster, John Itay, Uourne, Cabell 1). Duncan, Lancaater, liud Crutcher, Ilichmond, It 1. George Denny, Paint Lick. ALTERNATES. William McCoy, Lancaster, Ornelyoua Jennings, Lancaster, Shirley Sadler, Lancaster, Itobert Dunn, Lancaster, It 2. Wire Fence, Vulcan Plows Collars, Britchen, Hames. s 1 m Lancaster, er 51' HASFLDEN RMS w mm mm mm mm m mmw w w Kentucky 1": IE 3E)E I U BROWN C& ESTES li i ii mv 1111 irl New Meat Market We are now open on Richmond Street, one block from the square and carry at all times, the best of Fresh Meats and Groceries m Your Patronage will be appreciated. Goods delivered. Phone 199. i.tisM.o ( Office 5. V. S. HATFIEM), Dentist. Residence 376. 1 1 Abb WORK GUARANTEED, bancastcr, KjJ. The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. 18 Years Experience. 12 Years in Central Ky At Kengarlan Hotel, LANCASTER, TWO MORE DAYS Friday and Saturday 29-30 J.J.BYRNE OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN. I have no Partners and I Employ no A Cents.