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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 23. 191 8. TWENTY NINTH YEAR NUMBER t. V fr ipniiraE r1F1B FARMERS Your Attention. The great Spring Drive is beginning. Are you prepared as you should be to do your FULL SHARE In feeding the vvorld7 If not, come in and let us put you wise to the very latest and most Improved in Labor-Saving Farm Machinery. What if lulmr is srnrco nml high? Willi our Imple ments ymi enn more than moke up for this ami tfrenlly in crense your profit ns well ns your output. Don't delay Come and see us. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. IE xS From "1'olite Phraseology" by Herbert It. Hooter. "Please pass tie potatoes." It would be tasicr to take Voor v, czeele nml Foeperinghe than to I renounce them. T ie (irrmmii are a musical nation. Vie trust tliey will enjoy Sousa's L..na when It ilu a in llcrlin. The Iteil Cross will l.nve n pie sup rer lit I'liint Lick High school, Frt cay night Ktcry hud) intited, Whm Ih. irt R.d Cro Soti.ly n.. da mon si. Iibr.ll)f. W do not want to b. claiird dodgers. The examination for Iiural Houte Carrier, will be held nt the School Auditorium, Saturday, beginning , r r ptly at t' o'clock, A. M. The preildent showed excellent judgement in selecting his secretary f unr Who could be better fitted l i.ar.Je doughboys than u Baker? Beginning May 20th, the great Ked Cross feature, "The Hundred Million Dollar Drive", will be repeat ed by request. Its management bo t,nks the patronage of the public. It is reported that the former czar ut.j his family Mere forced to mote Mu;. 1st. People who hae exper ienced the joys of n.oving will be inclined to auuse the Russian pow i:j lint U of cruelty. the $1,000,1)00 increase to be re-Cw.-cJ by the railroad employes will c - e in handy to meet payments on t m r liberty bonds. There may even be a surplus for thrift stamps. Led Cross anil Y. M. C. A. , Mail to be delivered by aeroplano between Chicago and New York will require about eleven hours In trim ml. It will cost twenty-four cents nn ounce. At that a lotc-lc'.tcr wou' 1 be cheep at the price. The Irish question is nluuy dis turbing the English Parliament. Just now it takes the form, "Is the shillelagh mightier than the sword?" Charlie Chaplin's experience in selling Liberty Bonds is said to have left him with un nttnek of nervous prostration. Charlie evidently limls liberty bond harder to put across than custnrd pies. I.loyd George's attitude toward the world Is very like that of our own Teddy Roosevelt. Ufa Is to him n succession of interesting ad ventures, and his hut is always ready for n shy into the ring. It is sometimes mighty hard to trace the relationship between cause and effect, Who would have thought when the thermometer stayed down out of sight for days at n time last winter that we would pay more for Ice this hi miner! Mr. Noah vns the lir.t shipbuilder record who worked according to specifications. Hut if we may Judgo his craft by tho models which we often see in the toy shops it would not in these days liavo answered even for a river bout. Dr. J. W. Weber, Chiropodist, tho kr'felcbs Foot Doctor, has opened up r.n officii at the Simpson House. Ho has practiced In Kentucky for a good muny year: und guarantees to remove nil troubles of the feet. Consultation and udtlce free. The third Quarterly Meeting will be held at the Methodist church next Sunilay. Kev A W. Vnndcr pool of Hubble will preach Sunday morning and assist in administering the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Kev. C. II. (ireer. the presiding Kid er, will preach Sunday night and hold the Quarterly Conference nt the close, of the preaching service. "Mistress .Mary, quite contrary. How is your war garden growing? "With potatoes it grows, and beans in rowr. And pretty maids do the hoeing. "I used to raise shells nnd silver bells Hut now I'm n great deal wiser, j Our war gardens stand an aid to our land, And a help to beat the Kaiser". The lied Cross stands ready to make it second appeal to the gen erosity of the country, and It is en tltlid to n most favorable hearing. There is no organization that has done muh to promote human comfort und relieve human suffering. Resides caring for our wounded nnd making life endurable for them dur ing their convalescence in the bat tlcstricken and comfortless regions of France, it has relieved ami helped the hopeless nnd destitute refugees of Belgium and France. The world knows li'iw well it Ian. per formed its undertaking. Hus. if ever, is n time to givii arci.rdin to your means, STRAWBERRY SUPPER. There will be nn Ice Cream nnd Strawberry supper nt I'ulnt Lick school houe Friday evening, nt elgiit o'clock. The proceeds to go to the lied Cross. SUCCESSFUL SALE. The Kemper farm on the Lexing ton pike, was sold last Snturdny by Swinebroad, the real estate man, being div.Jcd into three tracts, the purchasers being, Joe I'ollnrd, Odus N'aylor and Ike Nnylor. The price for tl e entire fnrm being $238 nn acre. RED CROSS DRIVE STARTS OFF FAVORABLY. The Red Cross drive to raise $7,000 in Cnrrard county started ctf with n whoop last Tuesday morning, many teams cunvaslng the county during the day. Chairman W. A, Fnrnnu had made every preparation for the lig drive nnd not a hitch win mnde to make this a record breaker for this worthy cause. The ladles of the county nrc doing splendid work nnd much money Is being pledged through their efforts. The money is still pouring in nnd Chairman I'nrnau is confident that (iarrnrd will go "over the top" by the end of the drive which is next Monday night. He earnestly urges that all workers continue to work. work, work, until tnc close 01 me campaign. Up to going to press about $5,000 has been secured, which shows a shortuge of $2,000 which must nnd will be raised, says Chairman Fnrnau. It is the Intention of the Central Record to print the name nnd amount given by every contributor to this great cause, but can only print n few nt a time. The first list ns published below, is ns follows nnd if possible may complete the list in our next issue. Miss Julia Itcid ; 1.00 I Karl Fnrm 10.00 J M. Farra 10.00 I Mrs. Fannie Farrn 10.00 Geo. I). Robinson 50.00 i Joe S. Haselden .100.00 ! Nathan A. Day 1.00 1 Miss Lena Ilright t.00 Jerse Difnn 2.00 I r. W. Williams 5.00 . Jack Collins 1.00 i iimit.. iin.i.nr mo no W. A. Furnnu 100.00 Lancaster Milling Co 50.00 W. K. Moss 50.00 J. D. Gulley 50.00 Mr and Mrs Hayden Ltavell.. 5.00 George Carpenter . 2.00 J. F. Spratt 5.00 A. II. Ilrown, Jr. 10.00 Bright Herring 10.00 , Jim Robinson 10.00 R. K. Mcltoberts 50.00 J. I. Hamilton, 50.00 Mr-Jl. Younit 5.0 Miss Joun Mount, 1.0 RED CROSS CHAPTER. The ladies of the Red Cross fur nished u splendid dinner at the Kemper farm mlv lait Snturdny nnd reuliied about $250. for their trou ble. They were highly pltated 'vlth the results and are deeply grr.tt'ul to the people who supported them s liberally. NEW MACHINE. Mr. W. J. Romans bus just closed n contract for one of the latest model machines for the Lancaster Opera House, at a cost of $4,000. This is said to bo the best machine in the state and Mr. Romun is to bo congratulated upon his enterprise. The machine will be cnstullci! in a few weeks. STRAWBERRIES Secure tS.m before it Is too Ut.. Can furnish time in CRATES tho Ust of this or the first of n.M week. All berries In STANDARD QUARTS. FULL MEASURE and GUARAN THUD. Special pries for Red Crosr, Church supp.M and Lodges. riace yuur crier NOW. WALTON C. MOSS, -Phone 384-F. W. 11. llurton 50.00 Mrs. Kliiobeth Joseph 60.00 Conn Bros, .... 50.00 Judith Humilton 25.00 Prentis Walker 10.00 J. W. Miller 5.00 C D. Tow ell 10.00 J. P. Bourne 10.00 Johr.scn Bros, 10.00 Hughes Ilros 10.00 V.'. B. Ball, 10.00 Ed Whltted 10.00 Mrs Henrietta Raney 5.00 i. J. lUuw 5.00 M. Tenter 10.00 R. K. Cunn, ..... 10.00 J. L. Davis 5.00 Odus Nnylor 5.00 (5. B. Robinson, 50.00 R. C. Schooler. 10.00 C. .1 Morgan 2.00 R. Zimmer 50.00 D. C. Sanders. 10.00 E. L. Murphy 5.i0 Joe Burnslde 10.00 Kirby Tcattr, 15.00 I J. K. Stormes 25.00 J. T. Oaks 5.00 J. M. Metcnlf 5.00 S. N. Davis," 50.00 ' W. II. nnd S. M. Denny 10.00 : J. c. Cos. c.oo ! Mm. Ida Tinsley 10.00 I J. C. Lewis, 10.00 1 Albert Dorton,- 10.00 1 J. It. House 60.00 ' Ed Ro 20.00 1 Bob Long 50.00 ! dec. Hall 50.00 ! Jcslah McCulley : 50.00 I Allen Tvater 50.00 John ililey Anion, 80.00 I J esse and Win Sutton "... 5.00 j W. S. llettls 5.00 i'am Bourne, 5.00 Mm Bourne, 10.00 W. M. Hatfield 1.00 Cfsvt? Bourne, . ... 5.00 J. II. Bourne 6.00 O. B. Swinebroad 50.00 i Dr. V. A. Wheeler 5.00 ! H. II. Northcott 10.00 I C. W. Anders 5.00 25.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 25.00 S. B. Sanders T. A. Klkin IS. A. Swinebroad, ..... j Fanny Weft, .. .... i Alx West I Mury- B. Tnylor I Clyde Withers 10.00 ! J. B. Klnnalrd and wife 100.00 2. T. Rice 10.00 CUs Bairleln 5.00 L P, Ilrown 10.00 W. B. Mom 30.00 W. I'. Dishon 25.00 R. L. Klkin 10.00 It. L. Barker 5.00 M. K. Denny 6.00 M. S. Hatfield 10.00 Squire J. B. Bourne, ...... 10.03 John Simpson, ............ 5.00 Wood Wllmott 4 5.00 Jennie Withers, col 1.00 Pendleton Cox 5.00 Albert Ware 1.00 John Smith 2.00 H. P. McGiath 5.00 Owsley Cox, .............. 1.00 I. O. O. F. Lodge 25.00 Cash 1.00 Knvnnnugh nnd Hudson,.... 50.00 B.F. Hudson 60.00 W. C. Hudson 23.00 Shirley Hudson 21.00 J. J. Wnlker 50.00 J. Y. Robinson 50.00 Lillian Klnnaird 2.00 Mrs. H. C. Kauffmtn 1 00 Mrs. Robert Todd ... 2 00 Theo Curriy lo.OJ 00 00 M. II. Dudbty. - - '0.00 Mrs. U. D. Simpson 1.00 Klizabeth Logan Simpicn 25 Mrs. H. C. Hamilton 1. 00 Mrs. Maggie Robinson, 10.00 Mrs. Alvin Cox 50 Mrs. Harry Anderson,.. l.fiO Mrs. Jesse Dunn 2.00 Mrs. W. C.Rigney 2.00 Mrs. Woods Walker 2.00 Mrs. Will Dickerson 1.00 Mrs. Llge Harris 1.00 Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson 1.00 Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw, 1.00 Mrs. K. C. Gaines 2.00 Dr. W. M. Elliott 20.00 Mrs. Rclla A. Francis 1.00 Mrs. Rclla A. Francis' store.. 4.00 Cnas. Wnlker 1.00 H. C. Hamilton 2.00 Coy Sanders, 1.00 Mrs. V. B. Ball 1.00 Coleman Gulley 10.00 Sophia Owens, col., . 1.00 Cash 35 Mrs. N. McGrath 5.00 Primary Pupils of Buena Vista School 27.25 Henry II. I.ane, 5.00 Miss Jinie Lane, 1.00 Mrs. Roy Williams 1.00 Mrs. Lavina Naylor, ........ 1.50 Mrs. Lula Lar.e, 1.00 Mrs. Bettie Ruble 1.00 Joe Hamilton, 10.00 Mrs. A. T. Scott. 1.00 J. B. Ruble 35.00 W. I). Pryor 1.00 Miss Shelby Mason 10.00 Ed Dougherty 1.00 Klnnalrd Bros. . 5.00 J. U Gill 1.. 5.00 B. F. Kelly 1.00 Mrs. Pearl Gulley, 50 Mrs. Rose Mason, .... 50 Mrs. Jack Collins 1.00 J. W. Smith 25.00 Mrs. W. B. Burton 25.00 Frank Conn, .. 10.00 W. H. Rogers, 25.00 Mrs. R. J. Lewis 5.00 P.. J. Lewis 50.00 John Black 1.00 W. M. Simpson 1.00 J. M. Craig 5.00 Mrr. G. M. Patterson 5.00 Kd Gaines 5.00 Mrs. J. A. Royston 1.00 Miss Minnie Brown, 5.001 Miss Dolly Miller 2.00 Offering at depot by friends of soldiers. .... 23.50 Nothing matters in this world J UNTIL JUSTICE AND HUMANITY PREVAIL. GIVE liberally to the Red Crois. White and ) I CI (: I C) Canvas Shoes OXFORDS. LADIES WAISTS AND CHIL DRENS DRESSES. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. (!) i (:) Hi iii 1 (!) TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES.! Tl-: T-1P he n r-.Ce:ing of the teac'- -rs !;- tns'.'css of the county nt the c'lrt hour" or Ivr. 1st, cV two o'c'oc'v A hi r-e-tir teach ers will be employed for the coming summer nnd fall schools and con tracts signed. Mr J. B. Chapman, State Rural School Supervisor, will address the meeting. DATES RESERVED. Two big 'Auction Sales by Swine broad, the Real Estate Man, Lancas ter, Ky. Saturday, June 8th, two Boylo County Farms, three miles from Danville, 172 acres and 143 acres, adjoining, nnd n lot of fine stock. Saturday, June 22nd, 2S0 acres Garrard county, 4 miles from Lan caster, also a lot of fine stock. These farms will be sub-divided. These sales will bs "BIG ONES" and will draw large crowds. Watch fcr Advertisement. NARROW ESCAPE. William, the bright four-yeur-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carrier, had n narrow escape from instant death last Saturday afternoon, near the home of Mr. S. B. Sanders on the Danville pike. The little fel low was riding on the tongue of c large land roller cr rather what is known ns a culti-packer, nnd lost his balance and fell, the heavy implc mcnt, weighing about 1000 pounds running over him. His ten year old brother was driving the team nt the time and stopped immediately when he saw his little brother fall, but unfortunately he stopped with the machine directly on the lad and only by the quick assistance of Mr. Car rier, knowing that he could not lift the heavy load, drove the team un quickly. The soft condition of the soil saved the little fellows life and . he escaped with n broken jaw ana ' several teeth knocked out. He Is doing nicely now and will soon be I himself again. Y. M. C.'A. WORKERS HERE Mcssri 0. M. A ams r.nJ Ge- W. Jrh.s. i.. if t -f Cruip '.aylcr Y. It. C. A., '..erj ir. t c city !r i TucsJay s ..c'.t.ng rjcitrtj for i.vjrsea ..orlc in the i.r-; I;.-. Jcr F. Price has volunteered for this service and has been excused by the local baard t take up this work. He has made a formal application and if accepted he will probably sail in the next four weeks. Joe is a fine young man nnd his services In this line of wcrl: should prove vnluable. He was heartily endorsed by the locul com mittee here, composed of H, S. Hud son, G. B. Swinebroad "hnd R. L. Elkin. ALL YOUTHS WHO BECOME OF AGE MUST REGISTER. The President has approved the act of Congress, bringing under the army draft law all men attaining the age of 21 years since the first registration day, -June 5th, 1917, and has issued a proclamation for mally fixing June 5th. next, ns the date for new tligibles to appear be fore their local boards. All male persons whether citizens or not, nre required to register. Ex emptions under the original act, in cluding men .already in the military service, nply, and to. these the new law adds ministerial and medical students now pursuing their stud ies. Tjie President's proclamation quotes the law and gives notice to all persons subject to It in the States and the District cf Columbia to a -pear for registration on Jum 5th, between the hours cf 7 a. m., and 0 p. m. State Governors end mem bers of local boards nre cr.lloJ upon to perform the duties nlready assign ed to them. All persons who have become 21 years of age since June 5th, lf17, tre ordered to report nt the Circuit Court room at Lancaster, on above cat;, where their registration cards v.i.l be issued under the supervision of t.ie Garrard County Selective Service Board. RED CROSS MEETING AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM WELL AT TENDED. The Red Cross meeting held nt the kchool auditorium last Sunday night brought out one of the largest crowds teen in the building for some time. Many coming from some distance to hear Private Evans, who has been "over there" and Senator George G. Speers, who made the opening address, being introduced by Hon. G. B. Swinebroad, who act ed as chairman of the meeting. Great credit is given the local Cam paign Munager, Sir. W. A. Farnuu, for the delightful program render ed und enjoyed by nil. Senator Speers made n rousing speech nnd was heartily applauded, emphasing the Importance of our liberal sup port of the Red Cross if we hope to carry the work to n successful end. Private Evans told in u straight forward manner and with .much earnestness the necessity of sup porting the Red Cross und told of the splendid work this worthy or ganization Is doing on the fields cf France today. He bitterly denounc ed, in scathing terms, the "conscien tious objector" and what he said lie would like to do to them, was a plen ty. The prolonged applause which followed this excoriation, Indicated that the crowd endorsed every word he said. Many patriotic songs were sung by the choir and a solo by George Swinebroad, added very materially to the entertainment of the eveniuV. MtMaMC()Mvca()CMaa()taaMSCMMMMMtcMMCta For $20. We will Equip Your Ford WITH I DEMOUNTABLE WHEELS and furnish a Spare Wheel and Special Pat ent Wheel Carrier. Change your Tires In FOUR MINUTES. Simplicity Demountable Outfits. ' Kinnaiid Bros. Phone. 66. LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY.