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The Central Record, Thursday. May !6, 1918.
THE WAR AS A int-Without Mystery Buy paint that you know is good paint that there's no mystery about. On the back of erery can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find the exact for mula of its contents. Thus you take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its ingredients. Hanna's Green Seal is the good-wearing, good-looking paint that expert painters prefer. Try it. Sold By Conn Brothers, Lancaster, Ky. (!) I V ! 1 !: I (: Hi White Canvas Slices and OXFORDS. LADIES WAISTS AND CHIL DREN DRESSES. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. I (!) i ii I i I ii 8) 1 I i I I I 1 I ffi For Sale! 25 Farms of any size or location. 10 City Dwellings modern and attractive. 3 Business Properties netting 7 per cent to owners. D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Real Estate. Insurance. Farm Loans, I !!l 1 I 1:1 i i I I If you expect to buy a Buggy this spring, see our line for we have some jobs that are strictly up-to-date, at the right price. WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE AMERICAN WIRE FENCE, VULCAN AND OLIVER PLOWS. WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, Ky. MELTING POT. We hoar much these days of the melting pot ns applied to the Ameri canization of our foreign Imml grants. While the nccil has keen great that this foreign clement be fused with the national life as quickly as possible, there U yet an other phnsc of American llfo where. in the melting pot can render great service, and that melting pot n ill be developed in the war upon which we have entered. I'ntll recent years America has been distressing!)' provincial. N'ot provincial ns a whole, but provin cial by sections. The down cuter looked with suspicion upon an thing having Its origin outside ol! N'cw England. The southerner viewed all parts of the country save the West as alien territory, and only had n tolerance for that sectioi he- cause it was made up large!. of his kinsman. The citizens of the Mid die West lias always been conrinced that creation ceased with the com pletion of his tcrritor. , and so it ran. The thoughts ntid custons of the various sections were antagon istic, and it was only grudgingly that either could be brought to ad mit that there might be anything of merit come out of the other. All this the war will change. We will no longer be a nation of many elements all antagonistic and out of sympathy. Wo will no longer waste our energies in berating and belit tling our neighbors because, for sooth, they may not view all of life with our eyes. In France there are today young men from every part of this coun try fighting side by side, sharing the same dangers and the same death. As the war progresses their numbers are Increasing. Each is learning from others, and each is uncon sciously learning to sec life from the other's viewpoint. As the as sociation progresses, many common views will be developed, and where antagonism exists, close and intim ate contact will gradually but ture ly bring each into harmony with the other. When this war is ended and our boys come home, It will not be a crowd of provincials we shall wel come, but an army of cosmopolitans world citizens, we may say. These men will have probed to the bottom the character of their fellows and learned all there was to know of them. And in that knowledge they will each have found much of value when fully understood, and will have learned to appreciate to the full the good points of nil. The war will complete what our great industrial development had begun it will make of us at last one compact nation, all Americans together, all with o common inter est interest, a common love and ' a common destiny. JUDGE MAKES ERRONEOUS PREDICTION REGARD ING LAWYER. "About one clean shirt is all I thought he would ever wear. He had fallen away to a mere shadow; was as yellow as saffron and often doubled up with pain. Doctor s con tinually gave him morphine and were about to operate for gal! ttones. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy quickly restored him to perfect health again." It Is a simple, harm less preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, in' eluding appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded P.. E. McROBEKTS, Druggist. MARKSBUKY Mr. Killlon is quite ill at the home of his son with tuberculosis. Corn planting has been held up on account of the rainy weather. Quito a number of fields have been planted. Messrs Hobt. Fox, and Noel Ilogie and Misses Virgie and Pearl Hogg, were visitors Sunday In Richmond and Uerea. Mr and Mrs Simpson of Iluckcyc, Mrs, Thomas Chesnut of Fayette, wero guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ilogie, Sunday. Mrs. James Turner and daughter. Delia Mae, have returned from a several days stay with her brother, Mr. Chas. Durham of Springfield. Mr, Clayton Arnold was recently rendered unconscious by a runaway horse, when he was thrown from the buggy. We are glad to nolo his improved condition. The ladles of the community ore requested to take a lunch next Sat urday which will be disposed of at the sale of the J, Ii. Kemper form for the benefit of the lied Cross. Mr. W. D. Marksbury sustains an .1 i! kl si s. t s. if Red Cross Mass Meetings. EVERY PATRIOTIC CITIZEN SHOULD ATTEND. There will be music and good speaking at the Red Cross Mass Meeting fo be held at the following points in Garrard county. Come and bring the family. It will do you good. Paint Lick, Monday, May 20th, 7:30 p.m Bryantsville, Tuesday, May 21st, 7:30 p.m Buckeye, Wednesday May 22nd, 7:30 p.m Cartersville, Thursday, May 23rd, 7:30 p.m Buena Vista, Friday May 24th, 7:30 p.m DON'T FORGET THE DATES. m 1 f T w - ? 7 - injured foot from being run down by an automobile Sunday while re turning from church, He will not be able to return to his place of business for a few days on account of it. Mr. Leslie Cunningham and fam ily have moved to n farm which he recently purchased near Sjlvisa. They will be greatly missed in our community ns Mrs. Cunningham was president of the Ladies Working Society, and will be especially miss ed in this phase of work. Rheumatic Aches Drive them out with Sloan's Liniment, the quick-acting, sooth ing liniment that penetrans with out rubliinj and rclioes the pain. Al-ays have a bottle in the house for the aches and pains of rheuma tism, gout, lumbazo, strains sprains, stiff joints and all mucle Sfttncj. Otvrout dir4 titles. !S - . - HUCKEYE Mr. Kile Ilrndshaw spent the week end with his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert laiyton spent tho week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I- F. Ilrown. Itcv. I). F. Sebastian filled his reg ular appointments here Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Mrs. Alice Crutchficid. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilurdettc 1'cel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. llinim I'ny nnd family. Mr. William Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Yater were guests Sunday of Mr. W. H. (Jul'ev nnd family. Mrs. J. K. Kduards nnd little daughters, are spending the week with her father, Mr. Mnnley, In Mason county. Mrs. Uolicrt Long nnd son and daughter, Willie and Francis, were visitors in Ileren ami Richmond Sunday and Monday. Mr. Robt. Noel nnd niece. Miss Lillian Kelly of Lnncnster, spent the day with Mr. Thompson Daw and family, Sunday, Mrs. James Stapp of Lexington, an.l Mrw. K. W ltelchelderfcr, of Fort Wayne, Ind., were visitors last week of Mrs. Mnl Carter, and .Mr J P. Prnthcr. Misses Mnyme Mnttie (".alien, of Richmond. Ilettic Mao 1'arU uf Par is, and Mayme Sebatn:n, Sa'V Teater nnd Ethel Kay. Itev. I). 1 Sebastian, Messrs (leorge Calico and Smillie Hill were ont rlained Sun uy at the 11 wiie of Mr. and Mrs Waller Grow. First and Last Thoughts. In mutter" f conscience first ttuitiriiH nre t-t: In matters uf prudence- Inst thoughts are tmt. 'Hubert Hall. Way to Test the World. Tlier Is i.ne wsy for every man l determine fur himself whether tin world Is growing l.eltcr or worse. Ml lie tins til do Is to ascertain whelhei the number of pi. pie who scree wilt Mm Is Increasing nr dlrnltilthliu. Houston Post. (HANDLER SIX $1595 First Quality Has Put Chandler in Firs Place WHEN men talk now of fine cars selling at me dium prices they speak first of the Chandler. Because, for five years, the Chandler has been such a good car, so well built, so dependable in its ser vice on the road. And because now, so distinctly, it offers extraordinary value. The most distinguished feature of the Chandler Six is its marvelous motor Chandler-designed and Chandler-built which, through five years of re finement without radical changes, has been devel oped to a point approximating perfection. The life, pick-up, power and endurance of the Chandler motor have been a revelation to thou sands of experienced motorists. The Chandler motor is mounted in a really great chassis, and Chandler bodies offer an attractive range of choice. SIX SPLCNIMD BODY TYPES Sevcn.rasjcnucr Touring Car, SlSOn Pour-Pauenger Hoadxter. S1S9S Paur.l'asscnccr Dispatch Car, Convertible Sedan. S22')S Convertible Coupe, S2I0S Llnwvslne. S289S All prices (, a. l. Cleveland) COME CHOOSE YOUR CHANDLER NOW KINNAIRD BROS., Lancaster Phone 66. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO