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LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 9. 1918. TWENTY NINTH YEAR NUMBER . pFHE Firi CORN PLANTERS, CUTTING HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, CUL TIPACRERS, MOWING MACHINE AND HAY RAKES. How would you like to save on your purchase besides getting a first-class Im plement. It pays to see us about your wants. Our SUC-C-IES are just wnat yon are looking for. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 1LJLJ (( Te.ted Seed Corn for sale. Iludion, Hughes and Farnau. KOI: SALK: An ohl time. Tour I'oit, rope bed, In perfect condition. Apply nt this office. We have a limited nmount of rye flour, we will ell to those who want it, In IS and 24 pound bairn. Garrard Milling Co. Thr will be lcond butineu meeting of the Red Cron at the COURT HOUSE to-morrow, Friday, night. Everyone I intere.trd In this great work and a large attend ant it deiired. With all hand cone to war or to the hemp fields, one fore-eccs for the ummer a I-ancaiter of unkept lawns, unless the Boy Scouts, or Just plain boys, volunteer their ser vices to fight weeds. The need is pressing, and offers an opportunity to aid the Itcd Cross funds. "England's spawn America," Is the way the kaiser refers to us, add ing that when he shall have crushed the parent he will turn his attention to the offspring. While we prefer a more euphonious term, we cheer fully acknowledge the relationship. Kngland being the mother country of the larger majority of the Amer icans, will nerve us all the more to crush the fearful thing aimed at her vitals. Germany will yet have cause to respect the power of the "spawn". It's growing fast. W. C. T. U. The regular meeting of the local W. C. T. U. meets next Saturday nftcrnoon nt 3 o'clock. All mem bers are urged to be present gardeTsIdIree Senator Olllc M. Jnmcs has sent to the Central Itccoril ofTico n large sack of gnrden seed for free distri bution. Anyone calling at this of fice will be given n package. No seed given to children, but "war gnrdencrs" are especially asked to call for some of this teed. bootleggeIcaptured. Hill Harris, a colored notorious boot legger, was arrested near his home at Carlertvllle, last Saturday night by Sheriff Walker nnd Is now in Jail to nwalt the trial of several Indictments against him or selling liquor. BIG SALE NEXT WEDNESDAY The Sandstone farm of 107 acres ndvcrtlscd to sell next Wednesday, by the I). A. Thomas Kcnlty Co., is one of the best farms in that section of the county. This Is the land that produces the high price tobacco nnd Mr. Thomas tells us that it Is cure to sell. Head the advertise ment inthis Issue. MR. bTtSON RESIGNS. A man who does not give freely j,r u ji Batson, who has been tojhe R.d Cro.. when he I. able I. ,he mnniI(:cr ( tlc Hascltlvn Broth a "dodger". . t,rs Garage for the past year, on ac count of his health has resigned this We have a limited nmount of rye position nnd the management will flour, wo will sell to thotc who want bc nssum(.j ,y Mr. Sam G. Haselden it. In IS ami -.'l pounu uags. with ..ijiy Ma0n, as his assistant, f 1 Miti:n rrt ! . ..... w" 1 Friends of -Mr. liaison nope to sec I him regain his health entirely, who years has been one of our business men ofthc city . Ill IE Happy Hooligan is in China, ndfoj. m it is a great pity he couldn't have ka(iing h taken nis uromir, muumy wu, mm him. But ho left him on this side and we are still afflicted with him. We meet him on every corner. He is in evidence wherever men fore gather, and his pessimistic forebod ings are as a wet blanket on the brightest enthusiasm. He Just knows we will soon be fighting the Huns from our shores. He can sec no cause for ratisfaction In the LECTURE TO-NIGHT. Mrs. Francis lieauchamp will de liver n temperance lecture at the Christian church this evening. Mrs lieauchamp has many very dear friends in Garrard county where she was born and once lived and no doubt all that can will avail them selves of the opportunity to hear her magnificent stand of the Allies in i tonight. She ranks among the lead Flandcrr. but sees the German hor- e f tht. worj n ths Kreat movc, des already pouring over ralr ment am j, a ,,,eal,cr 0f ability and France. He bemoans the slowness 'the msa(fC. fnc gives should be an t tM. .mmtrf hut It I nntirenblc ' 1 ! ! .11 u .w...... j, - , mzpiruiiuii vu ail, that he has done nothing to speed. up operations, not even to the pur- "CUMPV" CPf I C 'DM chasing of a thrift stamp. He is ni jnlNbl ObLLj LU. veritable rain crow, and as it is not) Swinebroad, the real estate man, permissible to kill him. he should ' reports a satisfactory sale of the bc cd. llauchman farm near Stanford ves- Iterday, the back land in tract of 135 "'"'acres bringing $140.50 an acre; c.ne tract $2:16.50 an acre; one tract I $278 an acre and another tract $30 Lailnfton, Pekin and Mammol Yellow Soy Beans) Brown Whip poorwill recleaned cow peat) genuine Tenne.iee millet, rape eeed, crimion an Bcre clover and long white sweet clover i,(ve tiock sold exceedingly well. seed for sate. Mr. Swinebroad is offering another Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. , flne J03 acre farm for sale in this "'T issue, same to bc sold on Saturday, - May 18th. Bead the advertisement. OUR WORK STICKS If you just want your car patched up, why most any tinker can satisfy you. If vou want it REPAIRED, remade, built up to full auto efficiency, bring it to us. We Don't Have To Do Our Work Twice-It Sticks. When we give your car the once over and turn it out for service, you can bet your life it's "FIT"-in shape to give you satisfactory service. The longer our work sticks, the big ger advertisement it is for us. That's one reason we take pains. And then, we like to do the square thing. We solicit your work. Conn & Dougherty, At Raney's Stable. LOSES BARN BY FIRE. Last Friday about noon, the barn nnd contents belonging to Mr. 11. A. Dunn, of Buena Vista, was destroy ed by fire. It was discovered sjon after it caught, but not in time to save any of the contents. Tho ori gin of the fire is unknown ills loss beside the barn, which was val ued nt $500.00, was about 3,000 pounds of hemp, SO barrels of corn, tome farming implements and one mule severely burned, that may die. He had only a small Insurance. Always keep Insured with Gaines. E. C. YOUNG BOND HOLDER. Karl Ward Clark, eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Clark, has shown his young patriotic spirit, by selling his pony and cart, the en 1 tire proceeds he immediately invest ed in n $100. Liberty Bond. Earl says he wants to help the boys "over Where" all he ran. This splendid exhibition of patriotism, could well be emulated by others, who are far better blessed with this worlds goods, than Earl Clark. RED CROSS BUSI NESS MEETING. Ladies who nro interested In the great work being done by the Ited Cross are urged to attend the busi ness meeting to be held at the Court House tomorrow, (Friday) night to discuss the best way to conduct the coming drive. We don't want this war to com to America. Glva freely to the Red Cross and hearten our soldiers. RED CROSS CAM-' PAIGN IS NOW ON. Second Drift lor $100,000,000 Closes May 27th. TeanWork Will Win. The Second lied Cross campaign to raise $100,000,000 in the United States is now on; Garrnrd County's Quota is $7,000. The cnmpalgn wilt close May -7th, and on Tuesday May 2 1st, n drive will be made In the county by the enme teams that made the last Liberty Loan Drive, that brought bomb the bacon. The Liberty Loan Organisations all over the State are now working with the Bed Cross Organization nnd the Captains of the teams In the Liber ty Loan will be the same as before. Let us all get together and work for the success of this great orgunl xation. One fourth of the $7,000 to be rnlsed will stay at home for the use of the Local Chapter: this amounts to $1760; the balance goes to the American Ued Cross Head quarters. The following Commit tees have been appointed for this organization: Ladies Committee. Mrs. Geo. I). Robinson, Chairman. Mrs. J. II. Kinnalrd, Mrs. Emma Higginbothnm, Mrs. William B. Durton, Miss Martha Gill, Miss Jcnn Mount, Miis Martha Kavanaugh Mrs. F. S. Hughes, Mrs. K. L. Elkin, Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Mrs. Ed Gaines, Mils Sallic Elkin Mrs. S. G. Haselden Mrs. It. E. McRobe'rts Mrs. F. II. Marksbury. Mrs. J. E. Stormes, Misa Mary Doty Miss Mary Elmore, Mrs. Dick Burton, BryanUville, Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. Hognn Ballard, Mrs. Lizzie Burgess, Mrs. Rice Woods, Paint Lick, Miss Lucy Francis, Miss Mary Lear, Mrs. Robert Walker, War Fund Executive Committee. Mr. J. I. Hamilton, Mr. V. A. Lear, Mr. W. B. Burton, Mr G. A. Bowling, Mr. J. E. Dickerson, Mr. W. H. Rogers, Mr. R. L. Elkin, Mr. H. V. Bastin, Chapter War Fund Committee. Mr. J. E. Robinson, Mr. S. C. Denny, Mr. S. G. Haselden, Mr. J. C. Williams, Bryantsville, Mr. J. W. Elmore, Mr. W F. Champ, Mr. T. C. Rankin, Mr. J. H. Dalton, Mr. Boone Sanders, .Mr. W. S. Carrier, Mr. U G. Davidson, Mr. J. W. Sweeney, Dr. W. A. Wheeler, Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw, Mr. RlceWoods, Taint Lick, Publicity Committee. Mr. R. L. Elkin, Chairman, Mr. F. P. Frisble, Mr. Raymond Haselden, Speakers Committee. Mr. G. B. Swinebroad, Chairman, Mr. L. L. Walker, Mr. J. E. Robinson, Mr. II. C. Knuffman, Mr. J. I. Hamilton, Mr. R. II. Tomlinton, Mrs. Geo. I). Robinson, Rev. J. R. Moorman. As stated in the beginning, Tues day, May 21st, is the day selected for the one day drive out of Lan caster, Point Lick,, and Bryants ville. Mr. B. F. Hudson, Chairman of the Liberty Loan Committee has kindly turned over the Liberty Loan teams for this drive and in addition two ladles will go with each team. These ladies will be selected out of the Ladles of the Ladies Red Cross Committee named above, by tho chairman of this committee. A great rally at the Court House will be held probably on the evening of the 20th of May with distinguished speakers from Louisville, one of whom has been abroad since the war began and who knows what is being done by the Red Cross. This rpeakcr has two brothers with the Canadian forces now In the first line trenches. The music will bc under the dir ection of Mrs. May Noland. Don't miss this rally because It will do you good and arouse your patriotism as nothing else has ever done. The County School teachers, un der the direction of Mial Jennie Higgins, County Superintendent, in tend to work for Red Cross subscrip tions and visit practically every home in the county. Garrard coun ty's quota must nnd will be raised HI We Are M HEADQUARTERS FOR I i CORN PLANTERS, ! and RIDING CULTIVATORS i Brown Manly and John I SI ... . . Im Deere riding Cultivators Q! dp fall Is) IB are on exhibit at our store. Call and see ?. 1 them and place your order. HASELDEN BROS Lancaster. - Knnttirkv bi nnd the branches ft Tnlut Lh.-k aui Liy.-.!:tsville say tnat the will kmc no rtonc unturned to get their iUota of tl.e total asked fro.n Garrard County. $215,500.00 AMOUNT OF BONDS SOLD IN LAST DRIVE. The campaign for the Third Liber ty Loan Bond sale closed last Satur day night in Garrard county with a total $215,500, sold to nearly one thousand individuals. District Chairman, J. W. Stoll, of Lexington, has expressed his ap preciation to our local chairman, B. F. Hudson, in the following; "Lexington, Ky May 6th, 1918. B. F. Hudson, Chairman, Lancaster, Ky On behalf of the Central Liberty Loan Committee, I wish to thank you nnd your associates for the splendid work done in the Third Liberty Loan campaign. Please ex press to all of the organization and Individuals who assisted, our sincere appreciation. Personally, I have not words to express my feelings. The anxiety nnd responsibility have been very heavy. By your splendid work you have relieved me of it and I thank you sincerely. It looks now as if our area will show the best result of any in the Fourth District. (signed) J. W Stoll, Chairman." Mr. Hudson It Grateful. "On behalf of the Garrard Coun ty Committee, I wish to express sincere thanks to all who have as sisted in this work and also to all who haye. shared in this work by buying some of these bonds and made it possible to reach the total of bonds sold $215,500. B. F. Hudson, Chairman." Attend tha business meeting to organise for the Second Red Cross Drive, at the Court House to-morrow (Friday) night. We are heating our corn to about 300 degrees nnd then thoroughly drying it before grinding. It has the same effect as kiln Drying and more, the heat drives all odor and impurities from it before it is ground, rendering it pure and whole some. Try it, tell your Grocer you want Garrard Milling Co., meal, and you will have the best. Garrard Milling Co. IS OUl 1 LUAJVl! uiiiuimus UI1IJ 111- i SURANCE OF GREENSBORO, N. C. Buys S5Q00, Liberty Bonds. J. N. Alvis, State Manager and J. N. Brown, Local Represantative of the Jefferson Standard has bought through the Garrard Bank and Trust Company, $5000.00 of Liberty Bonds for their Company. This speaks well for the Company. This is the only foreign sub scription Garrard County has received for Liberty Bonds. The Compariyvis showing their appreciation in this way for the nice business they have received from Garrard County. The Company wants ?100,000.00 Six per cent Real Estate Loans. Money loaned direct, no commissions. J. N. ALVIS, State Manager, 301 Security Trust Bldg. Lexington, Ky. J. N. BROWN, Local Representative Garrard Bank & Trust Co., Lancaster. 2f I' IS 2 1 S 1 J? d 1!