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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 13, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919021301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 13, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWKNTT NINTH TIAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 13. 1919. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE NUMBER 4a. And a large class of citizens will ston being boozy anil begin to be LOOSE-LEA- F kitsy. In a family the man who ahlrka generally necessitates the woman who works. Building up n League of Natlcn evidently requires skilled workman ithlp and considerable time. war. It be This was a Iran with an Archduke and seems to be ending with an Archangel. high-tone- d NOW AN ASSURED FACT FOR LANCASTER. FOREIGN POST' SHERIFF WALKER JAMES GRIMES RATE REQUIRED Enforcing the New Dog Instantly Killed By On Certain Soldier Law. List of Licenses Uncle, Ben Grimes. Letters. Additional Granted. Last Saturday night about eleven o'clock, Ben Grimes shot and InstantStamps Necessary Sheriff A. K. Walker and his de- ly killed his nephew, James Grimes, puties are seeing that the new dog at the home of Mrs. Alice Pollard, when Delivery Is to law regulations are being enforced to who lives in the Middlcsboro section the letter. A number of worthless of Town and Street the city. canines, whom their owners did not think enough of to take out the necessary licenses, are being impounded The War Department authorizes daily and after a few days care and the owners do not come up they are the following; Some confusion seems to exist as quickly dispatched by Sheriff WalSuch to the proper amount of postage to be ker or one of his deputies. placed on letters addressed to the dogs impounded under the law may recover same by paying the usual members of the American Expedition ary Forces. Before the armistice license. Taking out a license and paying was signed and mail was addressed as provided for In War Department the one dollar docs not let you off, Bulletins 44 and 40, (issued Septem- for there are other provisions of this ber 1017) there was no confusion as law that must be kept by the owner all mail was accepted by the Post Of. or he is liable to a heavy fine. One is flee Department at Domestic rates. that all licensed dogs must be secureSince November 11, officers and en- ly chained or fastened in a home or listed men have been furnishing their pen between the hours of sunset and relatives and friends in the United sunrise. Any person whose do.r is States with the name of the town or found at large and the license tag city In which they are stationed. shows the owner, is subject to n heavy These relatives and friends are ad fine under the new law, which i now dressing the mail to the towns and in full force and effect. We regret to see a lot of sentiment cities in France but are only placing about the enforcement of the new domestic postage on the letters. Under the postal regulations this dog law, passed after due consideramall can not be forwarded and Is re tion by the last legislature to protect turned for additional postage. In the sheep industry of the state. One many cases there is no return address writer has aptly said: "It is our opinion that one sheep is on the envelopes and the letters go to the Dead Letter Office. When mnil worth more than all the mangy, is addressed and forwarded according to the method, by giving the curs in the whole United States. Beunit to which the soldier belongs and sides it is our settled conviction, basthe army post office number, the do ed on a study of the results of failmestic rate of postage (3 cents per ure to enforce the laws, that all laws of the ounce) is necessary. When the pre of the State and ordinances war method of addressing mall is em. city should be enforced to the letter. ployed, wherein the street number Kentucky docs not need any new laws and town or city in France is given, except one to punish public officials the mall automatically comes under who fail to enforce the law, and it is the foreign postal regulations and re- probable that even that is not needed, quires foreign postage rates, (5 cents since if courts and grand juries per form their sworn duty, delinquent per ounce). flea-bittewar-tim- e After the saloon bars are done nway with on the first of next July fewer rrisen bars will be required. Shall we save daylight again In the summer of 1010, or shall we be as prodigal with It as we always were until 10187 A great soul is not necessarily en shrined In a large body, any more than a Urge man necessarily lives In a big house. The president's fourteen poInU after producing quite an impression here, are receiving much attention In the Paris conference. Morman Since the elder was prohibited by law, no man had so many wives to mourn his death as the late Nat Goodwin. As we are casting out hyphenation from America they seem to be adopt ing it In Kurope. Witness the Czecho Slovaks and the Jugo-Slav- WILL BE INCORPORATED AT ONCE WITH $50,000.00 Address. CAPITAL. If you have troubles Charley ChapSee tin will make you forget them. him and other good pictures at Horn nns Opera House, Saturday night. The Russian peasantry has the liberty it desired, but If it hid the opportunity It would probably gladly ixchange liberty for bread and meat. The desired shipments of United States food and supplies to Russia might appropriately be termed,, "Hope for the hopeless and soap for the soapless". By the way, is not the step from being the at Potsdam to sawing woodjor supplying a castle in Holland a descent from the sublime to the ridiculous. Through our enjoyment of the January mild weather fluttered at times as a dim apprehension the question, "What will be the cost of Ice next summer? with conditions. Your sense of the beautiful varies When you are lit an in a pink aluminum water-bottl- e flannelette overcoat seems to you the loveliest thing lit existence. Realizing thnt n grunt mistake had been made by not erecting n Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse in Lancaster several years ago and determined thnt not another year should go by without seeing nn one here, scvcrnl of our public spirited citizens started out last Saturday afternoon to raise the necessary amount and in a few hours their work was rewarded, for the necessary amount to insure its installation was easily secured. At a meeting oi us snarenowcrs last I ucsuay nignt a committee was named to drnw up the articles of incorporation necessary for such an immense interand prcpnrc the prise. The committee named to draw the articles were: V. F. Champ, James W. Smith, S. It. Sanders and J. E. Robinson. It will be incorporated for $50,000 with every dollar paid in by the time the building is erected. Those interested, and that menns every farmer and citizen in Gnrrard county, tell us when the house is completed ilwill be second to none in Central Ken lucky. Why shouldn't Gnrrard County, the home of the best and finest grades of Hurley grown in Kentucky, not have the best Loose-lea- f House in the State? Other houses have coined money on Garrard County's tobacco and when n crop is offered on the breaks, they immediately announce that it was grown in Garrard, the bidding begins and the world knows the rest. Conservative men estimate that 10,000,000 pounds of the weed will be grown in Garrard county during 1919, Statistics show that 7,000,000 pounds was raised in 1917, while the returns from the 1918 crop has not yet been completed. Conservative men also estimate that the farmers of Garrard county have lost $200,000 by selling their tobneco during the officials may be indicted and removpresent season to A local loose-lea- f house will ed. Kentucky's laws are as good as overcome nil this and prove n money mnker to the grower and MAYFIELD those of any State in the Union. The save tho farmers of the county thousands and thousands of trouble is that they are not enforced CHALLENGES and that in the trial of cases too dollars. jurors the THE STATE. manyought to pass more on what actThe growers of the county will be given a chance to take law be than on what it stock in the promotion of this enterprise, as many have already ually is". CAN SHE WIN? liberally subscribed and others will be solicited. We are printing in this issue of the share-holdeA meeting of all the Mayfield, Ky., challenges the state Record a complete list of all dogs has been called to meet at the court house in Lancaster on Monday, February 24th for a record of attendance not only licensed up to Feby 1st., the number at the banquet the Father and at which time an election of directors and other officers will week, conducted of by the Y. M. C. Son running to nearly fourteen hundred A. dogs. take place. throughout the state during the week .by-la"pin-hookers- ". rs The cause that led to the killing has not definitely been learned and may not until the examining trial of Grimes, which is set for trial next Monday morning, before Judge Stapp. From the best Information, whiskey was at the root of the whole trouble, as both parties had been drinking during the day and evening. It was brought out at the Inquest held by Coroner S. H. Anderson last Sunday morning, that both parties were seated in the home of Mrs. Pollard, together with several women and one other boy, when James remarked that he had been badly treated and reached or attempted to reach into his hip pocket for a chew of tobacco, at which time Ben Grimes drew a revolver and fired, the shot taking effect near the heart causing Instant death. Immediately after the shooting Grimes came to the jail and gave himself up to jailor Ross. Both parties had been together during the evening and if they had had previous words, it may be brought out at the examining trial. Grimes refuses to talk, under the advise of his attorney. The slain man leaves a wife and five children, on invalid-brothe- r in the last stages of tuberculosis, to all of whom he was a good provider. F. B. MARKSBURY Proved A Prowess In Role of Toreador. The spectacle of a staid business man of Lancaster, attired in a flaming red sweater and armed with a keen two-edgsword, engaged in desperate combat .with an angry bull, which he finally dispatched after cutting off one of its horns at astroke the-hil- t In and plunging the blade to the maddened, bovlne's neck, was a rare sight afforded a number of residents just outside this city on W. 11. Cooks farm. Mr. F. B. Marksbury, of was the toreador and his victim was one of the Jersey bulls on the farm of his friend, Mr. Cook. It required some explanation on Mr. Marksbury' part as to just how ne happened to be engaged in such an unusaal com- Pearl Whlte.'tn The Hidden Hand, at Romans Open House, Friday, will be thrilling and exciting. This great serial is drawing to a close. Don't miss a chapter, better each night. were taken to the quarantine station at Gallup Island, recently to submit Provisions ara meeting with all to Influenza tests by a board of gov sorts of disasters at present Eggs ernment experts. The men will be are dropping, butter Is falling and subjected to every known method of potatoes ara slumping. Dread seems Infection In order that an exhaustive to be the only thing that Is rising. study of the "cause and mode of is clear spread of influenza" may be made. Everybody's conscience Professor Milton J. Rosena, of except the conscience of the?war profiteer and that of the Harvard, will supervise the latest exAmerican girl who has a lover with periment. Observations and suggesthe army In Prance and a lover In tions will be made by Dr. Joseph Coldberger, of Washington; Dr. G. M. this country. McCoy, director of the hygienic laWe were told that food would win boratory at Washington; Dr. J. J. the war and ships would win the war nl, and representatives of the public and ammunition would win the war Kcagon of the Chelsea Naval Hospital and thrift would win the war. Well, health service. A previous experinow that It Is all over It Is our opinion ment made late in the fall was unthat the war was won by genuino successful, all elforts to innoculate the subjects with the disease failing. American "pep". said The Cynthiana Democrat something when it said; "some mer chants who haven't foresight enough to spend a few dollars In advertising to dispose of their stocks, will lose hundreds of dollars by having high- priced goods on their shelves when war prices tumble, as they certainly will". Tho W. C. T. U. will observe Wil-lar- d Memorial Feb. 22. All of the members arc requested to bo present. TO SUBMIT TO Broad Chests, Narrow FLUENZA TESTS. Hips. Big Trousers Fifty healthy young men, volunteer Men's Styles Here-Afte- r. from the naval detention barracks, IN- "Narrow stooping styles' in men's clothing are to be banished as a result of tho war, according to members of the International Custom Cutters' Association who opened their 39th annual convention. "The man we must fit today is not the same fellow, physically, for whom we made clothes before the war began," said L. C. Tyler, chairman of the committee of fashions. "The rigorous army training has given him a broad, deep chest and straight back." Instead of being designed primarily to fit the narrow chested man and the man with thin legs, the coats will show broad chests and narrow hips and trousers will not be skimpy", said C. J. Levy, of Toronto, president of the association. Coats will be a trifle longer and looser. . beginning Tuesday Feb. 11th and NEW WEAPONS ending Sunday evening Feb. 16th, Invented, but also with the largest attendance at the Sunday services which clou Baker Asserts. the week, Feb. ICth. C. L. Winslow of Mayfield is chair Secretary of War Baker warned a man of the Father and Son week com targe audience recently that unless mittee and an extra effort will be the League of Nations idea prevailed made to break all state records. scientists would invent for another Although having a population of war weapons of destruction beyond Of War bat. Mr. Marksbury, it 'seems, is the owner of a handsome Damascus blade, with delicately ornamented hilt, which la an heirloom and was worn by a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. A thirty-inc- h blade, it has a rapier point and is very flexible. Mr. Marksbury buckled on the sword and started out on foot across country to call upon Mr. Cook, who had often expressed the desire to examine the sword. All would have been well, save that in an unguarded moment. Mr. Marksbury had chosen to don a crimson sweater. Mr. Marksbury was peacefully proceeding when he heard the thunder of hoofs behind him and leaped nimbly aside just In time to avoid being gored by the belligerent Jersey. His sword leaped from the scabbard and had bitten off the bull's horn before the animal had gone ten steps. The animal died in two hours, and Mr. Cook was one of the first to congratulate his friend upon his prowess. FOOD FOR HUN- GRY NATIONS. The American food administration gave out the following statement relative to the relief of Rumania und ATTENTION! Victory Girls. Dear Daughters of Uncle Sam; I want to thank those of you who have paid your pledges on time. You remember the apportionment was We went over the top with $800.00. our pledges. You were given Dec., Jnn., and February In which to make your payments. The third month is fast coming to a close and I want to urge you to see your teacher to whom you made the pledge or your county chairman and make your promise good as true daughters of Uncle Sam This is a great opportunity and a test of true patriotism. If It costs effort and sacrifice, let us be glad we had a part In a National Service so large it will go down In history. Your money goes every step of tho way with our soldiers "over here" and other countries;, The American steamship Western l'laln.has arrived at n Rumanian port with seven thousand tons of Ameri can flour for the relief of the Rumanian population, who have sulfered an almost total failure of their crops. Even from these poor crops Germany requisitioned a large quantity of grain and transported It to Germany. "One hundred thousand tons of this grain was found In barges on the Danube when the Allies entered Rumania and was restored to the only 8, GOO Mayfield is out to win from the rest of the state. The.chal- lenge is frumed in this way. May- field proposes to have the largest attendance of any city at the banquet during the week. Mayfield challenges any four churches in any city of the state to equal the attendance on the Sunday closing the week. Other cities will have to go some to beat Mayfield. Lost year's record at tendance was at Winchester with 420 ut the banquet and Louisville second with 403. Mayfield was near the 400 mark. Two weeks ago on Sunday there was a total attendance in Sunday School, primary and adult, in four of tho leading churches in Mayfield, Methodist, Baptist, Christian and Presbyterian of 4,500. All associations accepting the chul lenge to compete with Mayfield dur ing Father and Son week are to send In their figures to the State Y. M. C. A., 345 Association Building, Louisville, Ky. ABERDEEN-ANGUS the comprehension of those who fought in the recent world conflict. He said he knew of an invention that was being perfected which would enable men to drop electrically controlled bombs containing 500 pounds of explosives upon unprotected cities 150 miles distant Theso implements, he said, would kill thousands. Secretary Baker was a speaker at the closing meeting of the New Eng land Congress for a League of Free Nations. Referring to America's 90,000 dead he declared that if they could speak they would demand their children be spared from making the sacrifice they had made. He said that a League of Nations would be the world's "insurance policy" that would prevent an other such world conflict. Miss Fannie Bishop is telling her Officials of the New England Con gress announced that 25,000 persons friends In the classified column what attended the meetings and confer- beautiful new rugs she can make from old carpets, rugs and clothing. ences. She has a number of pleased customers who heartily recommend her skillful work. New Rugs. TOBACCO SEED In Great Demand. What a blessed tl Is that of the white ribbon. If only wo are true to Its holy meaning we never shall be chilled by selfishness, nor daunted by danger, nor weakened by worthless-nes- s, nor stifled by Ingratitude, but shoulder to shoulder, heart to heart, shall go on endeavoring every day to owners. In accordance .with promises made follow Him who Is "the way, the government, the to tho Czecho-Slova- k truth and the life". United States relief administration We understand that Instead of put- has delivered to It 5,000 tons of ting the house. in order in the presi- flour at Triest, which Is being trans trains to dent's absence, Congress has spent ported by Czecho-Slova- k much of Ita time at the front window Prague. There has also been placed of the Czechowith a spyglass, watching the pro- at the disposition ceedings of the peace conference over slovaks at Triest 0,000 tons of pork the way. This means that it will and 10,000 tons of flour. Additional probably have to be kept at work quantities are available for them at later, and sacrifice part of ita sum- that port as fast as transportation can b arranged." mer vacation. When President and Mrs. Wilson B. L. Kelley and Son Inform us that they have sold out their entire stock come home will he speak with a Paris accent and will sho be dressed in Bradshaw Brothers, proprietors of of tobacco seed and can fill no more Paris garments? Up to this time they have Stock Farm and orders. the Angus-Lanowners of somoof the finest Aberdee- sold over 1,200 ounces at $1.00 an It has taken us some time to disn-Angus cattle in Kentucky, on ounce and have turned down overy cover that a citizen of the United the back page of this issue are mak- $1,000 worth of orders. Their States Is also a citizen of the worltl. seed is now noted over the entire ing their first announcement apropos But now that we have found It out, Is conceded the best In to their first sale which takes place on country and we shall never forget it. February 24th, It being county court the world. day, when they will sell one of their Stock Sale. KILLED. fine Aberdeen-Angu- s bulls at public As executor of the estate of Mrs. anMr. Robert L. Walker lost fifteen auction. They state in their nouncement that they will sell one of very fine sheep by dogs one night last Anne W. Robinson, I will at eleven their registered calves, either bull or week, beside a number that were o'clock, on Monday, February 24th, heifer, every county court day thru-o- wounded and will likely die. These 1910 at the Court House steps, In ten valuable sheep were worth more than Lancaster, Ky., sell publicly, the year. This class of cattle Is fast becom all the worthless curs in the county shares of stock of the Citizens Nation ing, If not already at the head, of any and when Sheriff Walker gets through al Bank of Lancaster and four "over there". There are thousands breed In America and Bradshaw killing those that have not been li- shares of stock of the Garrard Bank yefwaitlng for the comfort and Brothers are to be congratulated up- censed and the owners of the licensed and Trust Co. Abo three Liberty cheer we have promised. on their splendid herd, which is a ones keep theirs fastened up every Bonds. Your County Chairman, SALEM WALLACE, Executor. credit to them and an honor to Gar- night as the law requires, there will Mrs. J. A. A won. rard County. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. be few sheep killed in the county. CATTLE. d bur-Ic- SHEEP Bank For The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 13, 1919 FAINT LICK Kldnar troubles don't ' thamafWca. Tliay urow .'oly tut tlMMllly, health with nnotiinlntn deadly ceruinty. until you fall a victim to Incurable tll.e-ueStop your troutlej Willi thara la time. Ion"t wait until little paina heenme. bin TJ achta. Don't trllle with dlacaaa n treatment avoid future atiTarln.T ! with noMJ J'MJAI. Iianilnn oil now. 'i'aka three or four r try day until you urn entirely free fiom fain. Thla wall'kr.own preparation haa ieen one of the nillonal remedies if Holland for centurlaa. In Ifsi. Hie itovern.a. ment of tho Netherlands rranted special charter authorising tta prerara. tlon and eale. .Miss Marie Lcdford spent the week end with the home folks. Mr. II. L. Francis has purchased a handsome Dodge touring car. dlrrpr LOOK OUT! The Imuatwlft uf Holland would mf9t its roon be without food as with ih otit ttr "HoM Hutch Props," 1 ulntlr cll OOI.n ItRPAL !Ur!m till Coriil. Tnejr rutoro strength onlbl In a rrcat inraauro m.d fir 'ha nurJjr. robuat haalth of lha HolMmlati. n..t Attmv (In to vour ilruK&if t and tnai l on Ma an, rlylt'K you with (HJL.D Mr'At. Ilanr.eii nil Capeulea. areTak; you nol them na c'ireiliil. and If drux-flwill .l - icJ with reult your KlaUiy refund your rreney. Uok for the name OOU MUUAI. on the box and accept no other. In aealed bosee. three sues. ri Ncvnl Qulntcn Trcadway and Bcazley are ill with the measles. Mr. Earl White of Valley View was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I). ,V, White the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sanders were here Monday to see his sister, Mrs. Elsie Fritts who is quite ill with flu. Mr. Morris Burton 'has purchased Mr. Ben Rfthardson's property and will take possession in the near future. Mrs. Arthur Breeze has returned to her home In Middlesboro after days stay with her mother, Mrs. K. E. White. Peoples House DA1NVULLE, KElNTUCkY. it I 3ME 3E 31 nl EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. am ready to do your typewriting. I take shorthand dictation and can come to your office any evening or after banking hours. Oif Ice at Gulley House, phone 166. My rates are reasonable and will appreciate your services. HUGH MOBLEY. Memorial services for Oovernor and Pear Rogers who fell in battle will be held at Mt. Tubor Sunday afternoon nt 2:30. J. II., four month's old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodpastor, died Feb. Cth of influenza, and was buried at Mt. Moriah, in Lincoln county on the seventh. Round Robin. Originally n round robin win n pell tlon or pruti-i- t Iciim1 In audi n way that n name htvilnl tlx list ; Hint la. iiMinllj placed In tbr signatures wi-rcircular form. Tin; tlctlru la French u ml the I crni ii corruption of rond (round) and rutinn (u rllilxm). It was flrt udopted by lht olllcers of goernmt'iit as a means of making Lnoun tlii'lr grievances. GUY. CAPTURES BLUE RIBBON. The Entire Sales for Last week Average $41.60, Which Has Not Been Equaled on any Other Market in Ky. One-Gallu- sed 111 il inr 3F1E 3E3E IE COUGHS AND COLLS i Mr. Tom Doolin and family arc re covering from the flu. Miss Ellen Turner was with Miss Elizabeth Foley, last Saturday night Mrs. John Smith spent Wednesday with Mrs. Grace Sutton on the C. U pike. Miss Maude Smith is visiting Mrs. Grace Sutton on the Crab Orchard road. Bowels Acting Properly? Mrs. John Smith was the guest Sat They ought to, for constipation urday, of her mother, Mrs. Cornett of roam! makes the body retain waste matters Paint Lick. and impurities that undermine the It's like your mother calling yoi health and play havoc with the entire Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward were the whatever is befalling you Life Pills are system. Dr. King's New The little old town's waiting till pleasant guests last Sunday of Mr. All reliable and mild ia action. nnd Mrs. J. L. Yantis. druggists. you're ready to come home. Mrs. Elmer Baker and little son, of Judson, arc the visitors of Mr. James L. Yantis anil family. He'll not be wantln' the world, when Mrs. Jas. Yantis and son Herschel, The city lights are cold and red and he comes were visitors Friday of Mrs. William strung In garlands overhead Xo wavin' o' flags an' no beatin' o' Bcazley at McCreary. They whirl and dance and turn and drums; Mrs. Coleman Gulley of Lancaster spread till night's lile day, He'll not want the town to turn out has been the recent guest of Mr. and Till all the wild that's part of you that day, comes leaping from the heart of With a "Hail to the Hero", an' "Hip Mrs. William Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grow spent you " an Hooray!" Saturday night nnd Sunday with Mrs. down He'll ','just want the home folks" And swings you all Bolton, nt Scotts Fork. the flashing way. that's what the boys say! But, oh, the little old lights, not' garMiss Lida Broaddus has returned Dad and the Mother, landed nor gold lights! home after a visit to Mrs. Boy Broad- An' 'twouldn't surprise dus at Buena Vista. One by one they petaled out, the If he looked for the light pleasant lights you knew, Mrs. Carry Y. Davidson is enjoy- In a girl's drentriln' eyes! And up and clown the pavement's hem I:ng a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Itice the old man limped An' Home's always thinkin' of joy and family of Richmond. them, that's to be Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conn of Hall's The old lamps In the old town when A ship's comin' home! There's a sing- - Gap spent last Thursday night with the sleepy day was through. in' at sen! Mr and Mrs. Milton Ward. An' it's not o' the land that they left Mrs. Henry Tuttle who has been so The city streets are straight and wide, far away, ill.of pneumonia, has about recovered and, hurrying on every side, But the light o' the blue skies that her friends will be glad to know. The people crowd and cross and , tnine thru the gray; Mcsdamcs Will Clark and C. R. ride and elbow past "It's a song o' the home folks" Henry were with their parents, Mr. Till down the pavement's noise and that's what the boys say! beat your feet keep time to and Mrs. Milton Want, last Tuesday. swifter feet. Dad an' the Mother, Mr. and Mrs., Robert Ward and The pulses of the city as it hastens An 'twouldn't surprise children, spent Sunday at Paint Lick they looked for the light fast. If her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- But oh, the little town streets, the In a girl's dreamln' eyes! ford Lcdford. rambling up and down streets! Atlanta Constitution. Mrs. Jake Foley and daughter. Miss Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. John Black .ere visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yatcr and Mi; Lula Smith were the week-en- d guests of their aunt, Mrs. Alice OF LANCASTER. KY. reen of Danville. Mrs. James L. Yantis nnd sons, ON ROLL "OF HONOR. George and Herchcl,, have returned ome from a visit to her uncle, Mr. John Adams, in Danville. Mr. Stuart Y. Carson and wife and r. William Carson, Jr., of Stanford spent Tuesday night with their sis- tcr. Mrs. Bascom Pclphrey. Mr. and Mrs. William Carson, Sr., B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALK EH, Vice Prelt. nd daughters, Misses Lottio and AllW. O. P.igney, Ass't Cssh'r Joe J. Walxeii, Jr., elic, and Miss Raney of Stanford, pent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Bas W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. in Pclphrey. Mrs. Green Poyntcr who has been ill for the past two months has recov ered sufficiently to have been able to make a visit last week to her (laughter, Mrs. Alford Poyntcr. Mr. Howard Harvey anil family, of Muncie Indiana, have moved to Garrard county, to make their future home, and have located and are now housekeeping on tho farm of Mr. Green Poynter on the Buckeye road. We extend to them a hearty welcome, Mr. and Mrs. William Romans, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Gulley and two Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. sons, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. SC. T. Rice and family of Richmond, were the guests Sunday of Mrs. Carrie Davidson, and Mr. and Mrs. William Dr. Klnft'sNcwDlscoveryuscd since Grant was President Get a bottle today All the twists and turns are just tli way they used to be. You'd think the very dead you knew might round a lane and smile at you And not n carefess welcome in the old way cheerily. The city's gay and wild and kind an full of joy for you to find. And all its ways that cross am! wind are blithe each one. It's like n sweetheart beckoning, and laughing at the reckoning. You spring to follow after till yuur youth s time s done. But, glad of you and s?d nf you, the little wistful lad of you Leaps up to greet th? old place when you're grown too old to Houses in Other Towns Making Claims Which Prove to be' Moonshine ' When Investigated. Hugueiy & Sanders, of Mercer County, Make the Splenqid Average of $68.30. .Frank Tamme & Sons, Boyle Average $bOJO. Bring Your Tobacco to Danville and" Share in the Great Prosperity Now Prevailing at the'"' PEOPLES HOUSE! Tobacco is certainly King in Danville now.JTho weed continues to roll into the market. It is brought by uvery conceivable conveyance and prices continue to soar. At tho Peoples House tho market last week is by far the best in the history of that house, which has ever had the reputation of securing record breaking prices for tho entire As an evidence that State. warehouses, these not a thousand miles away, are awfully sore, so far below Danville prices are those secured at theirs by tobacco sellers, that they say to the readers of their local sheets: "Do not be misled by those decoy sales at Danville nnd Lexington". What do they mean by "Decoy Sales?" The sales given below are only a few of the many made this week nt the Peoples House. This paper could be filled with others just us good. These prices arc for the entire amounts sold.- - No omissions are made, every pound sold is included. The books are open to every doubter. FIELDS & DAUGHERTY Bros Lincoln County. 8135 Pounds brought $4022.83 GERMANN & HARMON, Boyle County. 2G80 Pounds brought $1131.92 It did it for your grandma, for your n father. For fifty years this cough and cold remedy has kept an evergrowing array of friends, young and old. For half a century druggists tverv-whe- re have sold it. Tut a bottle in your medicine cabinet. You may need It in a hurry. Sold by druggists everywhere. "THE OLD TOWN." THE GIFT OF HOME. AVERAGE $53.20. JOHN TAMME & LEAGUE Hoyle County, 2C80 Pounds brought $1131.92 AVERAGE $53.30. FRANK TAMME & SONS, Hoyle County. 7180 Pounds brought $4958.80 " AVERAGE $69.10. McCONNELL & MERRIMAN, Hoyle County. 3550 Pounds brought $2120.52 AVERAGE $59.75. R. L. HUNDLEY "We Citizens National Bank- Marion County. 2585 Pounds brought AVERAGE $56.10. Lincoln County. 4100 Pounds brought $2193.75 J. H. WQODS & HARNEY AVERAGE $56.00. 4 j Capital and Surplus $100000.00 ROBERT L. REED, Hoyle County. 100 Pounds brought $2493.75 AVERAGE $56.00. REED BROS, Hoyle County. 2575 Pounds brought $1420.22 AVERAGE $55.40. GEORGE KIRKLAND, Marion County. 10875 pounds brought$G198.30 w RIGNEY. AVERAGE $49.50. HUGUELY & SANDERS Mercer County. 2G70 Pounds brought $1825.05 AVERAGE $56.99. WILLIAM RUSSELL, Garrard County, 2595 Pounds brought$147C54 Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. AVERAGE $68.30. ROY BOSWELL, Marion County. 48G5 Pounds brought $2732.50 AVERAGE $57.00. Tho entire sales nt tho Peoples House last week averaged $41.C0 Lancaster, AVERAGE $56.10. per hundred. Sutton. The Central Record, Thursday. Feb 13, 1919. MiilllHllrllHMIIIIIilllllllllilllllll 9 ReKeveYour Rheumatism For 25c. NR Today T!im are three vltst fromr hurran sslttmce, the dlssiln loud, tha estrnrtlon of nuurlihm.ut fro'ii It nnd the elimination c.f the of of NR docs it by improving digestion, assimilation FOR REMEMBRANCE THE KITCHEN ft OOROTHY M. MARSHIA. CABINET Th rood woman "looksth wstl to the wars of herjiouschold, and eatsth not th bread of Idleness." WHOLESOME DISHE8. A nice breakfast dish for thoso who are fond of tomatoes and put up a good quantity for winter use Is the following: Take a pint or less of tomatoes, the dependamount ing upon the size and appetite of the family, add boiling- - water to s thin the tomato, of n cupful or mors (If the tomato la well packed In the can) to a pint of tomato, season with pepper, salt, and at much butter as one can conscientiously use. Prepare bread by slicing, then moisten and heat In a dry oven until very hot, but not dry. Butter each piece and serve covered wltb the hot seasoned tomato. For those who like sugar, that may be sprinkled on the tomato to suit the taste. Cottage Cheete Melded With Olivet. Cut slices from four olives, length wise, discording the stones; lino small charlotte mold with two strips of waxed paper, letting the ends hang out on the four tides; these will make With the mold ensy to remove. larding or knitting needle arrange the olives In some fancy design In the bottom of the mold, then press cottage cheese well seasoned with salt, paprika, cream or melted butter, sprinkle with tliced olivet and fill the mold with cheese. 'Toast With Cottagt Cheete Sauce. Preptre sllcet of toast, well buttered, and pour over the following: Take two tublespooufuls of butter, and when bubbling hot add two tablespoon-ful- s nf salt, of Hour, a a few- - dashes nf paprika and a cupful of rich milk. Cook all together until thick nnd smooth, then atlr In one-ha- lf cupful of cottage cheese pressed Dip the edges of throuRh u rlcer. the toast Into hot water before putting on the butter, cover with the hot sauce and serve. Hot Meat Sandwiches. Make a good baking ppwder biscuit dough, using one cupful each of oat flour and wheat Dour, roll nut In n thin sheet and cooked and sprinkle with seasoned meat. Ttoll up and cut Into pieces, stand on end, dot with a six bit of chicken or other tweet fat and bake In a hot oven. Serve hot with a good cream sauce or brown gravy. and elimination niTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllllllllllllli nrndlcats ) Helen llrnnt wandered along through the qulpt nlsles of the wooiK lost In thought. The birds sent up enrols of Joy tn their Milker, amr the wind sang softly through the trees, tut the girl neither hennl nor saw any of the tilth surrounded her. All observer 'would line stopped to lik twice nt the girl, who, In her dnlnty ilnk dress, hrr golden hair, cntthlng the gleam of the tun aa' It filtered through the leaves of the great trees, permed to lie Spring herself come to life. ent, .She finally rnme to a rustic screened from the pith hy tlie foliage, where she ut down and, pulling a letter from her pocket, read It once more. Finally she spoke. hc murmured, "Oh, Hob, dear," "how can I let yon go without teeing you. I haven't seen you for ten yearn, and now you're going to fight for L'ncle Ham and I may nerer aee you again t" "Helen, do you rare for roe at much clear, boyish aa all thatr asked-- a rolce, which rained Helen to Jump to her feet, o startled was she. She turned awlftly and confronted a joung man In khaki. "Hello, little playmate, don't J oil. know me)" he queried. "Hob Atilrlcli, Is It really your she cried, Joyfully. "Yes. I guess I'm all here," he laughed na ilie gnvean admiring glance at the atralght young anldler before a going her. "Vou didn't think I to my across without. saying good-blittle playmate, did youl And, besides, 1 only have an hou stay, I want to aa to tell you something else, dear." So, us they walked slowly buck through the woods, he told her the old. yet eer new, story, of a love born In the daya when they had pla)ed side by side, until he had to go away to the far West with his parents. It had been In these same woods that he had told her of his going, and pressed Into her hand a spray of rosemary "for remembrance." "As If I ever could forest you, Hob I" Helen had Indlgnnntty replied. And to It was there. In the pluce fra' grant w ith the sweet memories of child hood's happy play daya. that she prom Ised Itoh to wait for hit return, and then become something more than a plajmate lu him. A short time later, aa the train that wat to carry Hob away came bellowing up to tlio little station where they waited, HeUn gave him an envelope, "Open this when you arc on the train, aweet' dear," ahe told Llm. "(lood-by- , 1" heart good-bIt was when a bend In the road car rted him out of flght of hit natlte vll lage that Boh Aldrlch, his face still glowlngwlth the memory of hit sweet heart's brave, aweet smile, turned again to the envelope aha had given him. Within, carefully attached to a piece of white paper, wat something. dried, faded, aud discolored ao with age that It was almost paat recognl tlon,liut underneath which were writ ten these four words, which tent a tinll to the lips of the boy wbo read them: "Itosemary, that't for remem- the logical wuy. Relief or No Pay rhtimMIe pnlnon N allowed to ro intiln Itt ttii l?Jy. Tlitnk' nf till. It oxpUlns tlio ur. Nlt Tab cc5i of Njturc'a ntmady lcj In rt minr ric hm oUif fa lit' I. Tliousantli hm tnkMclni uln Nil Tntlati rverr day n "i nc-llrtifA as muai uk r.i-- i IMnrsT A 2 0 Mi ft Mem-d- y (Ml Val'ltli). c . a talnln-- r cnourh to lut iwfnU"-nvdryL mut liffn von. murt ri.o you ponrt rill f nml iat- fa.t-afbracut or cott ruu An.l Nsturt't PemMiV Ii not cif th rfl'ef of K ln Itxuvrs illrnllun tones the llvi-r- , T K uUtt kiilnty firt torel mtlnn. lm rrovra th tin rnJ ro"nn?l tbt Yvj'H n'o ti n? it hoi Iielon whrn )ou'vn taken Nit TaMrH rlt, Y 'I've trl'M the i:ilv a mtlrtntJj on I Jtirt.ri. ni" in U llm nu'll ret rriu.t tills llni" leJl riemtdy (Ml TilMD H rJJturc'a full, tT'iarii'ttrM .nl rciommr'nilcil by your tirucsui. wait". Irfl anytldnr Intsrfors with thctn prwse-"- . I thrri t Interrupt! 1 or Mipropfrie rarrIM on, ami or somo kimi iouuws. Poor illeestlnn and assimila tion means isiium to uem fell rHu:i.inieit from fowl aminfttn that In torn LtfMHl. means lmtw.vvrlaliM wrAktu nmm in neeiimulntlon of w.ltA widen poisons the l1jr, lowers etc 1'tMir of the por to tllAfi and lead, to tha ilcvtlcpmci.t of many serious I'JJ. rtheumstl.m, 1ue to srnn Interference with the process of elimination, failure, to get rid of rertsln Imd ennnot le especle.1 la yield to any medicine thst fills to the condition responsible for It. c'uul I any rfoennsois iron upett to rl I Itlmself of ibeumatlo pain as lonrt m natur vitality, r m tr f hf fl tt R. E. McROBERTS, Uncattcr. Kentucky. IffKIULEI 31 a I I I 1 The Flavor Lasts- AH three kinds sealed impurity- proof packages. Be in air-tih- m mm m Aim m Him Jftatf CARTERSV1LLE. Mr. Jeff Davis made n buslnes; trip to Stanford last Monday. Mr. Jeff Davis sold a nice mare to Mn. Krancct Motlcr last week for $126. Mrs. Huth Davis and daughter, Susie, visited Mrs. Susie Hen fro last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold llryant visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ur)nt last her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Carter but week. Mrs. Wnlker llryant who has been very ill with bronchial pneumonia, is better at this writing. Mr. (Irover Coffee, who was wound' cd nnd returned from overseas, visited Mrs. Susie Rcnfro last Sunday, The Itcv. F. I. llryant filled his rcR. ul.ir appointment at White Lick Bap tist church last Saturdny and Sunday but owing to the bad weather the attendance was small. t, I I I m Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Uslle Wylie visited THE NATIONAL BANK - OF LANCASTER. Capital i 50,000. Surplus $30,000. J. K. STORM F.S, Vice-Prcs- t. A. U. DKN'NY, President. . CHARLIE THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DKN'NY, Cashier. RANDOLPH HARRIS, Individual II UO 1 1 MOni.KY, General Safety Oepotit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Alex R. Denny, J. E. J. II. Posey, C I). Swincbroad. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. U GUI, Dr. W. St. Elliott. Director!. Administrator's laat John Dailcy. Mr. Walter Cascyt family spent Mr. James Land It 111. the week end with her parents, Mr, Mrs. Iva Tenter has been visiting and Mrs. W. T. Moberley. brancer Mrs. Joslah McCulley. Mr. Walter Fnins family have all Mrs. Powell Daily has been quite about recovered from the flu, with DAY OF GENERAL MOURNING ill, of pneumonia, following flu. the exception of their little babe. 22 Was Ones "Celebrated" Mr. and Mr. Elijah Mc.Milliaii enMr. and Mrs. Wilbert Daily and Decsmbtr Throughout Country as Unlvtr. tertained a number of friends Sun- son, Harrison Lillard, spent Sunday sally Unpopular Embargo Day. day. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Allen Tcatcr attended the T. Sebastian. "Kmharipi day" lu American history funeral of her aister, Mrs. Ray last Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbert Daily nnd occurred lu 1S03, crowlnc "it of the WOLF TRAIL. week. son. Mr. nnd Mrs. Most) Itnv nnd fum Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers apent ily, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley nnd the week end with her sister, Mrs. baby have nil recovered from the flu emharso lssil j OF THE llil PUBLIC SALE! I will seljat public auction, on County Court Day, at 1 :00 P. M., at the stock pens, of the Danville Ice and Coal Co, on First St, in Danville Ky., Monday, Feb. 17 19, 14 head of young mules and horses. These Mules are from 2 to 5 years old, all bred by me, out of Draft and Trotting farm mares, and all sired by the Sweepstake Jack of Kentucky, "Blue Grass King". They are fine size, ready for work, and embrace several evenly and finely matched pairs. The Hortei are all bred by me, embrace several youag marei with Draft and trotting blood, and tome geldingi which are trotting bred. They are from 4 to 7 years old, ready for work, and are desirable either for work, or as roadsters. Those desiring mules and horses will find what they need in this sale, and it will be impossible to buy anywhere either a bettter quality or a higher class of work and roadster stock than will be TERMS EASY, AND MADE KNOWN AT SALE. placed on forelttu trade In 1S07. A war wat then going on la Kurope and owing to persistent Interferences with American commerce It ras decided to place an einbnmo on fdrelcn commerce of all kinds. In December, 1807, President Jefferson sent n I'cclul message to congress rocornmendlUK the absolute prohibi- on tion of foreign trade of any kind. American ships were not to bu permitted to sail from any prt of the United States. The enforcement of tho embargo created widespread confusion, losses and distress, nnd when It had been In force about a year the opponenta of the administration appointed December 22, 1803, aa a day 10:0U nf general mourning, to be called "Embnrgo day." This wat the anniversary of the passage of the embargo net, December .'2, 1807. The day wits' ?)est duly celebrated at tha shipping porli of New Kngland and In other parts 1 Suckling: of tint, country, with ceremonies' typl-ai- l of mourning and distress. Ships 1 lying Idle In the harbor displayed 4 flags at half-maand processions of sailors with crepe on their arms 1 marched In the streets to dismal 10 music. Personal Property of Mary J. Simpson, Deceased As administrator of the estate of Mary J. Simpson, deceased, we will Thursday, Feb 20th, '19 At ottered. Robert T. Quisenberry DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Waited Long for 8uccts. When Cyrus McCormlck, the elder. Invented the now famous "harvester" that heart hit name, nobody believed In It; nobody would have It. He advertised It at 50. Nobody bought. Then, finally, one venturesome fariser bought one. That wat In 1840, and Mr. McCormlck began trying to hell his reapers la 1831. So he told, one reaper In nine years. The next year he told, one mora; two In tea years. Tha next year he told none. Then came large business, for the following year he sold seven. This encouraged the 'young Inventor. He put all the steam ha could Into telling and the next year he told 20, and the following year on s week 42. Lttt year tha McCormlck works sold 879,000 of thM harvesters. O'Clock, A.M.. On the promises near Nina, Garrard County, Kentucky, sell to the highbidder, the following property to wit: est and 2 Milch Cows and calves, Mare Mule. Suckling Calf, 3 Milch Cows, Hales of Woven Wire, 45 Barrels of Corn. Clock, 175 Chickens, bushels of Coal, 1 Buggy and Harness,- - 1 Bay Mare, 1 Heifer, 1 Yearling Bull Calf, 3 shares of Stock in Kirksville Bank, Lot of Bricks, 1 Lot of Meat and Lard, War Saving Stamps, Sewing Machine, Farm and Kitchen Furniture, Feather Beds and ing Implements, House-hol- d Quilts and Carpets, stoves, dishes and everything in the House to be sold. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. Co. The Garrard Bank & TrustSimpson. of Mary J. Administrator CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. This the 10th day of February, 1919. The Central Record, Thursday. Feb 13 1919. Joe Burnside, Lancaster, 1. Edd Hubbard, Lancaster, 1. R. L. Brown, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. A. M. Bourne, Lancaster, 1. C. C. Sowder, Lancaster, 1. Herman Baker, Judson, 2. Bud Crank, Bourne. 1. John Hamm, Bourne, 1. W. L. Glass, Camp Nelson, 1. Sam Denny, Lancaster, R. L, 2. Hamilton Montgomery, Bryantsville 1 John Dawson, Buena Vista, 1. Dick Middleton, Buena Vista, .1 Tom Leavell, Lancaster, 1. R. L. Hounshell, Paint Lick, 1. E. C. McWhorter, Paint Lick, 1. S. W. Thompson, Paint Lick, I. Joe Boian, Paint Lick, 1. Lick, 1. Henry Moore, Camp Nelson, 1. T. U Pennington, Paint J. G. Foster, Hedgeville. 2. James Grimes, Judson, 1. IJ. 3 I, James Marsee, Earnest Davis, Ily Cronlcy Broaddus, D. C, C. B. Bolton. Lancaster, . 1 ivy, i. Sam Hutchinson, Lancaster, 1. Arthur Montgomery, Bourne, I, Dennis Shearer. Bourne. McKInley Harlln, Lancaster, I. Mote Davis, Lancnster, R. 3., 1. Virgil Sebastian, Lancaster, R 3., 1 Rufus Sams, Ilournc, Ky. 1. Thomas Mayfleld, Marcellus, 1. 1. John Baker, Stanford, It 4. I. Jerry Munscy, Lancaster, W. O. Goodloe, Lancaster, Ky, 1. Joe P. Kcllev. Lancaster. Ky. 1. 1. James I. White, Lancaster, 1. Leonard Crank, Bourne, Willie I. Long, Lancnster, Ky 1. James P. Ralston, Paint Lick, 1. Sam Beazley, Lancaster, 1, John Crank, Bourne, 1. U. S. Moyer, Taint Lick. 1, 1 Hiram P. Brashear. Paint Lick, Clarence Beazley, Lancaster, K3., 1. L. L. Mathews, Lancnster, R. 3., 2. J. It. Posey, Lancaster, Ky. 1. 1, A. J. Back, Buena Vista, 2. James Logan, Lancaster R3 I. S. G. Anderson, Lancaster, Jnhil Doolin, Ur.Mst'.i', I!. .", I, Ijincaster, R2., 2. Mrs. Eliza Ballard, Bryantsville, 1 Alice James G. Conn. Lancaster, 1. W II. Furr, Cmb Urchard, R. 2, 2, 2 11. F. Hudson, W. M. Childers. Paint Lick. 1. D. W. Tnrson, Uncaster, 1. tto Simpson, Uncitstcr, R. 3., 1. John Hamlin, Paint Lick. 1. W. T. Doolin, Lancnster 2. S. A. Walker, Lancnster, 1, Whittaker, Lancaster, I. Herbert 1. W. E. Simmon Uni-nitc- r 1, Sam Ramsey, Stanford, R. 4 1. Mai Carter, Uncastcr, R. 3., 1. Oscar Faimtr, Vflev Bourne. Uncaster. 1. Willie Miller, Crab Orchard. Ky. 1. S. Morgan, Stanford, R. 4. 1. A. 1.. Ware, Lancaster, 1. Robert Trice. Taint Lick. 1. J. T. Bourne, Lancaster, 1. V. F. Drickley, Stanford, ( K. 1., 1. J. E. Adams, Bryantsville, 1. McKInley Isbell, Lancaster, It. 3., I, S. L. Rich. Lancaster. R. 2.. t. W. S. Ileitis, Uncastcr, 1, Sim Wheeler, Lancaster, R. 1., 1. Jesse Reynolds, Paint Lick, 1. R. P. Long, Lancaster, 1, J: W. Talmer. Lancaster. R. 4. 1. Jesse Ycnkey, Lancnster, I. D. M. Uy, Bryantsville, 1. A. A. Adkinson, Lancaster, 1. I. C. S. Leak, Lancaster, I. Arnold Bryant, Cartersville, John Tribble, Lancaster, I. Allen Teatcr, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. R. S. Naylor, Stanford, R. 4 1. A. T. Bowling, Taint Lick. 1. J. C. Gastinean, Lancaster, I. J. W. Elmore, Lancaster, 1. J; o McCulley, Lancaster, Ky, R 3, 1. G. A. Morgan, Stanford, R. 4., 1. James A. Tudor, Taint Lick, 1. Floyd Humphrey, Lancaster, It. 3. John Turner, Ijincnstcr, 1. Jo. n A. Morgan, Crab Orchard, 1. W. M. Lcdford, Paint Lick. 1. J. D. Wynn, Paint Lick, 2. Wood Wilmott. Lancnster. 2. Bud Turner, Paint Lick, 1. W. S. Embry, Lancaster, Ky, 1. W. M. Hutchina, Crab Orchard, 1. II. II. Anderson. Paint Lick. 1. Emmond Clark, Taint Lick, 1. C. 11. Withers. Uncastcr, I. W. K. Davis Bryantsville, Ky. 1. N. Prewitt. Paint Lick. 1. James Smith, Bryantsville, 1. Joe Yeakey, Paint Lick, 1. Sam Davis, Taint Lick, 1. F. It. Marksbury, Lancaster, 1. Grover Huffman, Bourne, 1. J. G. Henderson, Paint Lick, 1. W. M. Smith. Lancaster. K. 3.. 1. John Prather Uncastcr. 1. Lucy East, Lancaster, Ky: 2. Mrs. Belle Henderson, Taint Lick, 1. Jesse Prather, Uncaster, 1, Tandy Smith. Taint Lick, 1. Carl Huffman. Bourne, 1. Silas Mathews, Lancaster, R. 3, 2. Lick, I. Tandy Centers, Paint hph Hammack, Paint Lick, 1. Arthur Beazley, Lancaster, 1. John Hatfield, Uncaster, 1. J. 3. Ison, Uuena Vista, 3. Joe Hall, Lancaster, R. 3. 1. J. II. Fisher. Crab Orchard 1. Uen urahnm, uryanuvuie, i. Jesse Green, Uncaster, 1. W. M. Baker, Judson, 2. 1. J. W. Miller. Lancaster, Ky. James Mcrriman, Crab Orchard, 1. Noah Marsee, Taint Lick, 1. Utile Adams, Stanford, It 4., 1, Walker Bryant, Cartersvllle, 1. M. D. Long, Lancaster, R. 3., 1, 1. M. Simpson, Judson, Ky. 1. J. J. G. Burnside, Lancaster, Frank Adams, Stanford, K4., 1, Teter Elam, Crab Orchard, 1. Thomps Sebastian, Lancaster, R 1. I J. S. Schooler, Uncastcr, RL, J, E. Cox, Crab Orchard, R. 2. 2. J. A. Owens, Crab Orchard,- - I. Tim Lakes, Cartersville, 1, Leslie Sebastian, Uncaster It. 1, I. Carl Brown, Paint Lick, 1. E. C. Cox, Stanford, R. 4., 1. Snrah E. Lane, Buena Vista, 2. Tom Baker, Crab Orchard, 1. S. R. Naylor, Judson, 1 : John A. Chandler, Lan. R. 2., 1. Thomas Montgomery, Bourne, 1. Ray Noel, Lancaster, R. 3,, 1. W. U King. Taint Lick. 1. B. F. Holtzclaw, Gilberts Creek, 1. Speed Lear, Lancaster, R 1., 1. Robert Anderson, Tnint Lick, 1. Tom Crank, Bourne, 1. Joe Green. Taint Lick, K. 2, 1. James Robinson, Lancaster, 1. Frank Dennis. Lancaster. 1. Willie Ollis, Stanford, R. 4. 1. Lucille Thompson, Stanford R4., 1. Powell Ballard, Taint Lick, R. 2., 1. W. M. Mitchell, Paint Lick, 1. James Ross, Taint Lick, 1. Will Naylor, Stanford R2., 1. Arthur Matlock. Taint Lick., R 2. 1 Wm. Anderson, Lancaster. 1. 1, Mary Hignltc, Paint Lick. 1. II. D. Collett, Crab Orchard, 1. N. L. Prewitt, Lancaster R3, William Hurt, Taint Lick, 1. II. Creech, Taint Lick, U. 2, 1. W. 1, Rogers, Buena Vista, 1. W. M. Blanks, Lancaster, 1. J. R. Jim Huffman, Lan. Star Route, II. B. Cox, Uncastcr, I. I). U Gabbard, Cartersville, Ky 1. Ashby Arnold, Lancnster, 1. Wade Kavannugh, Lancnster, 1, John A. Baker, Crab Orchard, 1. J. F. Higgins, Taint Lick, 1. J. M. Bolton, Lancaster. R. 3, 1. Miley Walker, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. Frank Brown. Lancaster. 1. Scott Huffman, Bourne, 1. Ancil Meadows, Uncaster, 1. Dave Mozier, Tnint Lick. Ky. 1, II. L, Spillman. Taint Lick, I. C. II. Todd, Crab Orchar, 1. James Woods, Marksbury, 1. William Scott, Buena Vista. I. S. T. Wrenn, Taint Lick, Ky., 1. J. B. Hester, Taint Lick. 1. Lizzie Moscr, Taint Lick, 1. wnde Lee, Lancaster, 1. Charlie Logan, Uncaster, 1. T. R. Slavin, Taint Lick. Ky, 1. W. M. Lane. Lancaster R 3., 1. C. It. Redd, Uncastcr, 1. Frank Royston, Taint Lick, 1. Thomas Ray, Lancaster, 1. II. T. Conn, Taint Lick, Ky, 1. Andrew Simpson, Lancaster, R3., 2. Tom Bourne. Lancaster, 1. John Ball, Lancnster, 1. Oron Grow. Uncaster. 1. Dan Rr,- -t Lancaster, Kv, K. 3. 1. James Benge, Judson, I. Henry Ball, Lancnster, 1. Allen Morris. Stanford. R. 4.. 1. John Ross, Uncaster, 1. W. M. Stull, Bryantsville, Ky, 1. Clay Uroaddus, Lancaster, 2. E. Dunn, Lancaster, I, J. II. Morris, Stanford, R. 4., I. John Church, Crab Orchard, 1. It. .E. Brogle, Bryantsville, Ky. 1. Mason Tollard, Lancaster, 1. A. I). Hughes. Lancaster. I. Walker Bryant. Crab Orchard, 1. W. It. Tudor, Taint Lick, I. Bruner Brothers, Bryantsville, 1. Sallie Anderson, Lancnster, 1. Richard Chandler, Tnint Lick, 1. Aubern Thompson, Bourne, 1. Howard Logan, Uncaster, 1. II. S. Gay, Lancaster, R. I, I. Lancnster, 1. Marcus White, Nnthan J. Simpson, Lancaster, 1. W. E. Ruble, Buena Vista, 1. Uncaster, 1. Bettie C. P. Currens, Burgin, Ky, 3. Jerry Huff, Lancaster, 1, Morgan Tryor, Buena Vista. 1. W. II. Sowder, Stanford, R. 4. 1. James Durham, Bryantsville, 1. Lee Gastineau. Taint Lick, 1. It. v. Onstott. Uourne. 1. Walker I.oirnn. Lancaster. 1. W. N. Smith, Buena Vista, 2. Sale Hurt, Uncaster, 1. Joe Hoskins, Crab Orchard, 1. Elbert Preston. Lancaster. R. 3.. I. Felix Lane, Judson, 1. R. C. Boian, Taint Lick, 1. John Simpson, Uncaster 1. R. B. Frazier, Taint Lick, 1. James W. Simpson, Lancaster, R.3, I. Nannie liny, Judson, 1. Addie Davis, Taint Lick, 1. Clay Simpsan, Judson, 1. C. M. Hulette, Bryantsville, 1. IE. A. Casey. Lancaster, IC 3., I. .Maggie lllnck. Judson. 1 Thomas Pollard, Judson. 1. Crit Meadows, Uncaster, I. John Wallace, Marcellus, Ky, 1. Sim Clark, Judson, 1. LeMny, Lancaster, R. 3., I. Uncnster, 2. Jim Dollins. Sid Robert Dillingham, Uncaster, 1. Bob Walker, Bryantsville, 2. J. H. Miller. Crab Orchard. 1. John Duncan. Lancaster, I. Sallic Lemay, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. Will Kavannugh, Uncastcr, I. Walker Burnside, Bryantsville, 1. .Mose Lawson, Lrnb Orchard, 1. W. II. Kavanaugh, Uncaster, 1. Mrs. J. M. Casey, Lancaster, 1. J. E. Hammonds, Taint Lick, 1. It, G. Graham, Brynntsville, 1. Frank Brown. Lancaster. 1. Urchard, I. Raney, Lancaster, R. 3. Sam Hnwlry, Taint Lick. 1. Arthur (intlney, crab Luther Tom' Tlummer, Taint Lick, 1. W. K. Leavell, Lancaster, 1. II. A. Preston. Buena Vista. 1. Sam Hawlcy, Taint Lick ,2. James Foster, Uncastcr, R. 3. 1. John Helton, Crab Orchard, 1. Thomas Norris, Bryantsville, 2. W. T. Itumber, Uncastcr, 1. Ollie Lane, Bourne, 1. J. C. Ford, Buena Vista, 1. Joe Duncan, Bryantsville, 1. It. T. Swope, Bryantsville, 1. T. D. Ford, Buena Vista. 1. R. L. Shaw, Crab Orchard, R 2. 1. Mrs. Jack Hall, Uncaster, 1. Joe Hutchison, Bryantsville, 1. Henry Williams. Buena Vista. 1. W. T. Arnold, Bryantsville, 1. Trice Bourne. Uncaster. 2. Homer Highland, Taint Lick, 2. John Longworth, Crab Orchard, 2. James Hamilton, Lancaster, 1. James A. Calico, Paint Lick, 1. J. L, TSdil, Uncaster, 1. J. B. Casey. Lancaster. It. 3.. 1. Hubert Carter, Marcellus, Ky, 1. Bailey Ray, Lancaster, R3. 1. J. II. Pennington, Paint Lick, I. 1. J. A. Robinson, Cartersville, 1. line Preston. Bryantsville, T. M. Scott, Buena Vista, 1. I. r. Baylor, Lancaster, 1. Eugene Calico, Cartersville, 1. Will Graham. Bryantsville, 1. Ottis Gooch. Paint Lick. 1. Barlow Brothers, Lancaster, 1. Phil Brown, Lancaster, 1. Tcvis Rat burn. Taint Lick, 2. S. II. Tollard, Crab Orchard, 1. America Huffman, Lancaster, Ky, I, Edd Brown, Paint Lick, 1. E. B. Sutton, Lancaster, 1. Harry Tomllnson. Uncastcr. 1. hzikiel Payne, Paint Lick, 1. Marion Sebastian, Lancaster R. 3., I, A. B. Wynn, Taint Lick, 1. George Naylor, Lancaster, 1. James M. Anderson, Lancaster, 1. T. J. Underwood, Paint Lick, 1. Joe Turner, Unrnster, 1. Taylor Huffman, Bourne, 1. Tolby Cornctt. Lancaster, R 1., 1. 1. Willard Meadows, Taint Lick, 1. J. It. Payne, Taint Lick, bailie Allen. Uncaster, 1. W. L. Trather, Lancaster, R. 1., 1. James Marshbanks, Lancnster, lib, 1. M. L. Noe. Taint Lick, 1. O. W. Boyle, Taint Lick, 1. Lee Allen, Uncaster, 1. , T. L. Naylor, Judson, Ky, I. T. E. Tracey, Judson, 1. W. M. Anderson, Lancaster, 1. W. N. Payne, crab Urchard, l. J. E. Dickerson, Uncaster, 1. Caleb Johnson, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. Harry Anderson, Lancaster, 1. 1. Gooch Yeakey. Lancaster. 1. Isiah Faulkner, Taint Lick, Green Burnside, Taint Lick. 1. W. M. Duncan, Bourne, 1. Leslie Davis, Lowell, 1. I, Joe McQuerry. Judson, Ky., Carrie Faulkner, Taint Lick, 1. Fannie Mitchell, Uncaster, 1. B. Dean, Bourne, 1. J. J. S. Coldiron. Taint Lick, 1. L. w. smith. Judson. 2. Dan Beazley, Taint Lick, t : Jesse Gulley, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. Harrison Dean, Bourne, Ky, 1. O. W. Estes, Stanford, R. 4., 1. Dyehouse, Bourne, 1. M. C. Turner, Taint Lick, 1. Sebastian, Lancaster, R. 3. 1. John J. J. A. S. Dean, Bourne, 1. Torter Dishon, Stanford, R. 4., 1. .Mack Unvls. crab urchard, 1. II. G. Brooks, Brynntsville, 1. J. B. Creech, Taint Lick, 1. I. J. Dean, Bourne, 1. W. P. Dishon, Stanford, R. 4., 1. Tom Adams, Crab Orchard, 1. Henry Montgomery, Bourne, 1. Green Maiden, Cartersville, I. Ed Naylor, Lancaster, Ky, 1. J. S. Aldridge, Lancaster, 1. Henry uvrd. crab Urchard. 1. Russell Vanderpool, Bourne, 1. William Martin. Cartersville. 1. Herrod Raines, Bourne, Ky. 1. W. E. Moss, Lancaster, 1. John L. Hilton, Crab Orchard, 1. A. N. Ballard, Cartersville, 1. James Hardwick, Bourne, 1. John Land, Lancaster, R. 3. 1. R. 4. 1. L. F. Sowder, Stanford, William Brock, Crab Orchard, l. Leslie Wylie, Cartersville. 1. J. G. Naylor, Judson, 1. D. D. Anderson, Stanford, R. 4., 1. Humphrey Clark. Judson. 2. W. M. Casey, Paint Lick. 1. G. B. Huffman, Bourne, 1. Fred Ollis, Stanford, R4., 1. Thomas Gay, Lancaster, It. 3. 1. G. T . Ballard, Jr., Lancaster, 1. Stephen Sutton, Stanford, R 4 1. Ben Pollard, Judson, 1, Hiram Ray, Lancaster, R. 3, 2. Curt Barker, Bourne, 1. Jesse Hill, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. Sam Clark, Judson, 1. George Ray, Lancaster, Ky., R. 3, 1. S. A. Simpson. Lancaster, R 3. 2. Joe Tollard, Uncaster, 1. Dave Dudderar, Gilberts'Crtek, 2. W. A. Parson j. Taint Lick. I. C. C. Barnett, Lancaster, 3., 1. Arthur Evans, Lancaster, It. 2. 1. John Naylor, Buena Vista, 1. Clarence Dudderar, Gilberts Creek 1. Robert Gastineau, Lancaster, It. 1. Edward Dickerson, Crab Oieittrd. I. Edd Williams, Buena Vista, I, R. F. Ralston, Taint Lick, 1. I). Sadler. Taint Lick. 3. Dave Dudderar, Gilberts Creek, 1. W. Mose Ray, Lancaster, R. 3. 1. Earl Dailey, Lancaster, R. 3. 1. John Black, ,Uncater, 1 R. L. Grow, Bourne, 1. John Calico, Taint Lick, 2. Clell Dailey, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. John II.- - Daily, Lancaster, R. I., 1. Courtney Roberts, !ryanutlilc, I. W illie Johnson, Lancaster 1. Earl Grow, Bourne, 1. Preston Ward. Carlcrsvi'.le, 1. J. T. Holtzclaw, Gilberts Creek 1. llay iNoel, li t., i. G. N. Ray, Judson, 1. Grover Schooler, Lancaster, RL, 1. I Cobb. Lancaster. R. 3.. 1 Granville Sailor, Crab Orchard, 1. Urue Fain. Uncaster. It.L. 1. James Prather, Lancaster, R 3., I. C. F.Jennings, Cartersville, t. W. II. Smith, Lancaster It. 1., 1. Clay Clark, Uncastei, 1. J. W. Simpson, Judson, Ky. 1. Odus Naylor, judson, 1. Steve Hill, Uncaster, lit, I. II. C. King, Camp Nelson, 1. W. T. Fletcher, Taint Lick. 1. .Matt Roberts. Crab Orchard, I. Thomas McMillian, Lancaster, I. L. II. ttuble. Buena Vista. 1. Charlie Sanders, Uncaster, 1. W. M. Davis, Crab Orchard, 1. Russell Floyd, Lancaster, I. Rilda -- Edgington, Bourne, 1. Andy Burton, Buena Vista, 1, T. T. Tollard, Lancaster, 1. William Walker, Uncaster I W. C. Lee, Lancaster, R. 1., 1. J. L. Gill, Lancaster, 1. .Mrs. ura 1 eater, Lancaster, I, Mike Turcell, Judson, 1. Will Uwson. Crab Orchard, i. Joe Garner, Taint Lick, 2. W. K. Walker, Lancaster. 1. D. M. Montgomery, Bryantsville, 3. Mrs. J. C. Ballard, Taint Lick, 1. II. T. Logan. Lancaster. 1. John W. Bryant, Bryantsville, 2. " 1. A. T. Scott. Lancaster, 1. M. Dean, Bryantsville, A. D. Stevens, Stanford R4., 1. Mrs. Bettie Montgomery. 1. Alfred Swope, Bryantsville, 1. W. R. Parson, Cartersville, 1. 11. L. Wallace. Taint Lick. I. A. M. Mcrida, Lancaster, R3. 1. Jasper Noel, Lancaster, 1. John Logan, Hackley, 1. Charlie Hicks. Bourne, I. 2 II. C. Sutton, Lewis Murphy, Bryantsville, 1. James Tearsan, Taint Lick, 1. Uourne, Lancaster, I. Kinnaird J. D. Carter, Cartersville, 2. Henry Yater, Lancaster, R3., 1. B. C. Anderson, Crab Orchard, 1. J. B. Blinks, Lancaster. 1. John Sebastian, Uncaster, 1. C. R. Naylor, Judson, 1. V. A. Lear. Lancaster. 1. Dean Zanone, Uncaster, 1. W. A. Dorton, Lancaster, 1. J. T. Speaks, Lancaster, 1. Jesse Shearer, Bryantsville, 1. G. 11. Swinebrond, Uncastcr, 1. II. F. Clark. Judson, 2. Mose Dorton, Lancaster, 1. .Minnie McCulley. Uncaster R3.. 1. Henry Ilure, Lancaster, R. 1., 2. W. M. Long. Lancaster. 1. Terry Long, Lancaster, R3, 1. Ii. I. Burton, Bryantsville, 1. J. G. Doty, Uncaster, 1. S. P. Shepherd, Paint Lick, 1. Tom Dailey, Lancaster, ). Boy Broaddus, Uncaster R3 I, J. F. Middleton, Judson, 1. A. I). Leavell, Lancaster, It. 1 1. Will Patrick. Paint Lick. 1. J i. R. L. Rose, Marcellus, 1. Robert la.ir. Henry Tollard, Hubble. 1. J. T. Manuel. Crab Orchard, 1. 1 John Beazley. Paint Lick, 1. W. A. Speith, G. M. Green, Uncaster, 1. J. T. Bland, Lancaster, 1. Arthur Robinson, Lancaster, 1. Champ, raint Lick. I, James Hicks, Lancaster, R. 3., I. Hump McQuerry. Crab Orchard. I. 1. Robert William T. Sebastian, Lan. R. R. 3, 2. Eliza Shearer. Bourne. C. C. Trewitt. Brndshaw Mill, 2. Robert Carter, Lancaster, It. ., 1. Cronley Hurt, Bryantsville. 1. J. L. Shepherd. Paint Lick. 1. Hiram Tendleton,, Lan. R. 3., 1. Homer Ray, Lancaster, It. 3., I. J. L. Champ, Paint Lick, 1. James Middleton, Bryantsville, t. James Land, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. J. M. Cricillis, Lancaster, R. 1 1. Kirby Teater. Lancaster. It. o.. i. L. Wyliv, Taint Lick, 1. Morris, Lancaster, It 3., I. Richard Brown, Uncaster, 2. John John Susan E. Hurt, Lancaster, R. 1., 1. J. T. Davis, Taint Lick, R. 2. 1. Alex Irvine, Paint Lick, 1. Ada Doty, Uncaster, 1. W. M. Lear, Lancaster Star R. 2. I. F. Naylor, Lan. Star Route 1. Boian, Crah Orchard, 1. John ranny Mason, Uncaster, 1. Robert Wilson. Paint Lick. 1. II. L. Kelley, Lancaster, It. 1. 1. H. C. Brown, Lancaster, R. 3.,3. 1. 1. Marshall Ray, Lancaster, R. 3. Earl Preston, Uncaster, It. E. W. Morrow. Uncaster. 1. Asby Hendren, Lancaster, Route 3 1. Edd Grow, Bcurne, 1. Frank Long, Lancaster, R3., 1. W. W. West, Paint Lick, 1. Leonard Nnybr, Judson, 1. J. T. Sherrow, Bryantsville, 1. U. G. Raines, Lancaster, It. 3. 1. Morris Wheeler, Lancaster, K. 3 1. Robert Shearer, Lancaster, 1. Benjamin Humphrey, Lancaster R3, 1 S. M. Robinson T.int L!ik, 1, Charles Canter, Camp Nelson, I. 1 A. C. Miller. Stanford. R 4.. 1. W. B. Mossh, Lancaster, I. T. 0. Hill. Un.M,".r. R. 3. Alex Ray, Lancaster, R. R. 3. 1. Levi I'enuleton, Judson, 2. J. T. Foley, Lancaster, Ii. 3., 2. W. B. Moss, Jr., Lancaster, 1. Bee Tendleton, Judson, 1. Clay Ray, Lancaster R. R. 3 1. I.uthsr Ilunii'hn . IJ.'H rn - 2. w. u. Anderson, Lancaster, l. Dave L. Pruitt. Lancaster. I. mm i. Frank Tarrance, Uncaster, 1. .3. II. Speaks, Bryantsville, 2. uurlon s.iiwm Wm. Barnes. Lancaster. R. 3 1. T. L. Yantis. Lancaster, 1. Willie Kinder, Uncaster, 1. Lice i. u t. Iji ti r. R. 2.. 1. Rube Garnett, Marcellus. 1. James I. Hamilton, Lancaster, 1. John Brim, Buena Vista, 2 P. - Tusscy, Paint Uck, 1. Marion Hurt, Lancaster, R. 3 1. Frank McGarvin, Marcellus, 1. U. U. Ledford. Paint Lick. z. O. M. Barr. Lancaster. 1. John Brim, Jr. Buena Vista, 2, Sale Hurt, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. John A. Ray, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. Annie Turner, Uncaster, R3., 1. Walter Centers, Taint Lick, 1. Fisher Hughes, Lancaster Star R. 1. James Sutton, Bryantsville, 3. A. Ray, Lancaster, It. 3., 1. John L. K. Perkins. Stanford. Ii. 4. I. E. 1. Jones, Crab urchard, 1. G. W. Conn. Taint Lick, 1. n. ii. iioini, Lancaster, 1. J. D. Ray, Lancaster, R. 3., I. B. II. Jennings, Cartersville, 1. 2. John Ray, W. M. Grimes. Judson, 1. James Layton, Taint Lick, 1. C. G. Gay, Lancaster, It. 3., 1. Boone Conn, Cartersville, 1. Harry Eason. Bourne. 1. Walter Turner, Tnint Lick, 1. A. T. Shearer, Bryantsville, 1. Itobert liulley, Lancaster, K J. l 1. Bryont, Cartersville, 1. Howard Ross, Taint Lick, F. P. C. S. Ballew, Lancaster, 1, Mort Casey. Bradshaw Mill. 1. Levi Elam, Crab Orchard, 1 I. Steve. McKinney, Bryantsville, Willie Jones, Crab Orchard, 1. A. u. Sadler, Bryantsville, R. D. McMurtry, Buena Vista, 2. 1. E. B. Scott, Crab Orchard. 1. Ben Pryor, Buena Vista', 1. Arthur Dailey, Uincaster, R. 3. 2. Robert Burnside. Stanford. R4.. 2. Al Williams, Buena Vista, 1. J. S. Davis, Crab Orchard, R 2., 1. Roberts, Paint Lick, 1. Lancaster, R. 3. 1 Ottis Scott, James J. T. Center Uncastcr Star It. 1. Ottis Blakeman, Buena Vista, 1. Robert Hammock, Taint Lick, 1. J. I. Isbell. Lancaster. R. 3. 1. L. II. Stowe, Paint Lick, 1. J. C. Morgan, Lancaster, 1. II. A. Hammack, IVnt Lick, 1. lmn Ulakcman, Uuena Vista, 1. 1). C. Chance, Lanvutter, R. Bob Broaddus. Lancaster, It. 3. 1. G. B. Aldridge, Lancaster, Star R. I. Amos Prewitt, Lancaster, 2. William Hurt. Lancaatter, 1. Kemp Walker, It. 3. 1 : P. Davis, Paint Lick, I. S. E. Whitted, Nina, I. Willie Wearren, IUncaster, R. 3, 1. Joe Criscillis. Lancaster R 1., 1. Jesse Layton, Lancaster, 1. .Mrs. W. T. Casey, Urndshaw Mill, i. James II. Davis, Paint Lick, 1. King, Jr., Lancnster, R. W. T. Lige McMillian, Uncaster, R. 3., I. 1, Jesse Sebastian, Kinky Davis, Paint Lick, 1. Sallie Barker. Bourne. Ky., 1. Lewis Lemay, Bourne, 2. R. W. Barker, Bourne, 2. Richard Middleton, Buena Vista, 1. James Lee, Taint Lick, I. G. T. Barker, Bourne, 1. Robert Fox, Lancaster, Ky. 1. W. B. Lee, Uncaster, 2. S. T. Hoover, Lancaster, R. 3. 1. T. R. Kuhlman, Paint Lick, 1. IGreen Sutton, crab urcliarn, l. Floyd Curtis, Bryantsville. 1. - B. Raney, Lancaster, 113., 1. Frank Holtzclaw, Stanford, U. 1., 1. W. M. Collett, Stanford, R. 4. 2. G, 13. Sutton. Crab Jrcli-n'.l- , 1. V. F. Brickey, Stanford, K 4., 1. W, V. Gastineau, Lancaster RL, 1. 2. R. L. Shearer, Bourne, 1, 1 J. E, Anderson, R. 3. John Kennedy, Lancaster, D. J. Walton, Judson, 2. Claude Gastineau, Lancaster, 113., 1. Forrest Curtis. Bryantsville, 1. Homer Humphrey, Bourne,, I. Jesse Long, Lancaster, R. 1., 1. W. S. Bowling, Bourne, 1. W. C. Rose, Marcellus, 1. Curl Curtis, Bryartsville, 1. Trice Huffman, Bourne, I. J. T. Clark, Judson, 1. Harve Hamilton, Buena Vista, 1. Mrs. Lue Davis, Uncaster, Rl , J. Reynolds Palmer, Bryantsville, 1. Jdmvfc Route Lancaster, R. 1., 1. U. U. (Juyn, Paint Lick, 1. EUsha Shearer, Bourne, 1. Oathel East. Uncaster, R3-- , 1, , R. 3.. t. Lige Long, Lunc.-utcrJohn Vanderpool, Buena Vista, 1, Hunter Ray, Bourne, 1. S. C. Henderson, Taint Lick, 1. Amon Ray. Uncaster, 113., 1. Walker Clark, Judson, 1. J. M. Long, tlradshaw Mnl. 1. B. A. Duncan. Bourne. 1. W. A. Henderson, Taint Lick, 2. David Rankin, Marcellus, 2. Ii. 3., I. Edd Arnold, Mrs. Nannie Moberly, Lancaster, 3. 1, Rcece Sowder Stanford, 1(4. 2 Irs Bell,, Taint Lick, I. A. P. Sloan, Bryantsville, 1, James Matthews, Lancaster, R3,, 2, John A. Mrsicrs, Lancaster, It. 3 , 2 L. L. Walker, Lancaster, 1. S. D. Sanders, Lancaster, Ky., 1. A. P. Sloan, Bryantsville, 2. D. D. Smith. Stanford, R4 1. S. A. Hammonds, Paint Lick, 1, It. L. Naylor, Judson, Ky., l. B. D. Pelphrey, Lancaster, It. 1, George Smalley, Bryantsville, 1. Casey Naylor, Lancaster, 113., I. Lee Anderson, Crab Orchutd, J. Westley Woods, Lancaster, 1. L. G. Davidson, Lancaster, 1. Steve Uwson, Bryantsville, 1, Frank Hardwick, Judson, I, Henry Ray, Lancaster, R. 3., I. Everett Duncan, Lancaster, H3..1. J. W. Sweeney, Lancaster, 1. Joe Turner, Lancaster, 1, Lizzie Hardwick, Judson, I, L. B. Brown, Lancaster, 1. 1, Thomas Tapp, Bourne, Ky, 1. T. L. Dunn, Bryantsville, Everett Anderson, Uncaster, 1, R. L. Lackey, Bourne, 1. Alfred Poynter, Lancaster, R. 3, 1, O. L. Raney, Crab Orchard, 1, Thompson, Stanford, R. 4., 1. J. F. A. T. Sanders, Uncaster, It. 3, 1, Mrs. W. T. Noel. Lancaster 113., 1. Westley Thompson, Bourne, 1, R. L. Barker, Bourne, 1. W. T. Baker, Lancaster, R. 1., 1. Aaron Simpson, Uncaster, 113., 1. 2. II. L. Thompson, Bourne, 1. J. R. Johnston, A. D. Lee, Lancaster, 2. J. W. Hill, Lancaster, R. I., 1. Will Palmer. Uncaster. 1. 1. Joe Carpenter, W. L. Adams, Judson, 3. W. T. Doolin, Marcellus, 1. W. A. Watkins, Conway, Ky. 1. J. C. Morgan, Uncaster, 1. J. L. Dudderar, Crab Orchard, R2, 1. James Conn, Lancaster, 1. (1. C Hounshell. Cartersville. 1. Charles Kigsby, Stanford, R. 4., 1. cam niurpny, Lancaster, its., 1. Shelby Mason, Lancaster, 1, 1, Ash Goins, Lancaster, 3. Joe Dollins, Taint Lick, 1: Coleman Locker, Lancaster, R. 3., , Tl, .. TJ Charlie Crutcher, Paint Lick, 1. .KB HUIIbKUIIlVI ft uuuriiv, I, Adolph Beazley, Lancaster, R. 3., 1 J. W. Smith, Buckeye, 3. John L. watkins, conwayj Ky., i. Steve Anderson, Uncaster, 1, N. Miller, Lancaster, I. W. II. Mays, Paint Lick, 1. L. B. McKechnle, Marcellus, 1. A. L. Davis, Paint Lick, 1. Dora Wheeler, Lancaster, 1, Leonard crank, crau urchard; I, G. B. Robinson, Paint Lick, 1. Edd Hulette. Marcellus. 1. C. E. Morgan, Lancaster, R. 1., 1. William Pollard. Uncaster. 113.. l. M. P. Morre, Bradshaw Mill, I. Matt Baker, Crab Orchard, t. S. W. Halcomb, Bryantsville, 1. H. R. Montgomery, Bourne, Ky., 1. Charles Williams, Uncaster, Ky. 1. R. 1, John Smith, Stanford, R4., J. Leonard Aldridge, Lancaster S. linoiiie iflley, uryantsvllle. 1. Earnest Montgomery, Bourne, 1. Taylor Leavell. Uncaster, 1. R. W. Locker, Lancaster, R3., 1, J. C. Aldridge, Star R. Lan. 1. B. II. Halcomb, Bryantsville, 4. A. D. Montgomery, Bourne, 1. ueorge Leaven, Lancaster, I. Walker Locker. Lancaster 1. Robert Tudor, Judson, 1. Elijah Trewitt, Lancaster, 1. 8. C. Rlgsby, Stanford, 1. Herman Humphrey, Judson, 2. 2. Ollie Royse, Paint Lick, 1. Porter McQuerry. Judson, E. B. Ray, Lancaster, R3. 1. J. H. Craig, Lancaster, 1. Leonard Griffin, Lancaster, 1, J. II. Broughton, Crab Orchard 1. Joe McQuerry, Judson, 1, R. W. Palmer, Lancaster, R 3., 1. J. T, Rainty, Lancaster, I. Curtis Fathergllt, Lancaster R 3, I. Taylor House, Stanford, R. 4. 1. Boyle A. Doty, Paint Lick, 1. A. C. Miles, Lancaster, R. 3., 2. W. M. Sutton, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. The following is a list of owners of W. B. Montgomery, Lancaster, I. dogs, and number of doe licensed by W. II. Brown, Lancaster, 1. each, as shown by the records in my R. C. Clark. Lancaster. 1. John II. Smith, Lancaster, R. 2. 1. office, on Feby. lit. 1910. Milton Estes, Lancnster, It. 3., 1. J. U. BOURNE, Clerk, Clint Shearer, Bourne, Ky., 1. LIST OF DOG LICENSES. W. M. Marshbanks, Paint Lick, R2, I B. Woods, Paint Lick, 1. G. O. Pointer, Lancaster, R. 3., 1. S. L. Gibbs, Lancaster, Rl 1. W. L. Morris, Stanford, R4., t. D. F. Rankin, Marcellus, 2. G. D. Robinson, Lancaster, 1. Marion Johnson, Lancaster, Rl., 1, II. M. Kurtz, Lancnster, R. 3 2. A. T. Scott, Lancaster, 1. Arthur Robinson, Lancaster, I J. S. Cox. Lancaster, I. Milton Ward, Lancaster, R 3., 1, J. W. Anglln, Taint Lick. 1. Harry Edwards. Bryantsville, 1. J. F. Sparks, Lancaster, R. 3., I. J. O. Hard n. Lancaster. It. 3.. 1. John Doolin, Bourne, 1. Richard Smith, Lancaster, 1. Robert Graves. Taint Lick. I. C. W. Graves, Taint Lick, 1. J. Forrest Stapp, Uncaster, 2. Uncaster, 1. J, Hogan Ballard, Bryantsville, John Uyton, Uncaster, 1. Homer Sebastian, Uncaster, 1. Sam Morris, Uncaster, I. T. M. Howard, Uncaster, 113., I. John W. Sutton, Uncaster, 1. Lewis Maupln, Nina, I, J. M. Broaddus, Uncaster, 1. Perry Miller, Uncaster, R3 2, George Marsee, Uncaster, 1. J. D. Ilankln, Uncaster, 2. Lou Black, Judson, 1. Odus Adams; Klrksvllle, t. J. It. Sparks, Unrnster, 113.,- 1, C, C. Hendrickson, l". Ollie Casey, Bradshaw Mill, 1. Georgo Jennings, Uncaster, I. Bess, Uncaster, 1. Raymond Catcs, Taint Lick, I, John M. Wheeler, Paint Lick, 1 J. S. Hurt, Uncaster, 1. Jake Dunn, Uncaster, 1. Price Huffman, Bourne, 1, S. II. Estes, Unrnster, Ky, 1. Uncaster, 2. Will Sim llay, Unrnster, 113., 1, Ned Parker, Paint Lick, 1. Irvine Fnulkner, Paint Lick, I, G. W, Denny, Uncastcr, 1. Forrest Tevls, Uncaster, 1. Odus M. Spratt, Uncaster, 1. Alex Uyton, Uncaster, lib., 4, 11. M. Paint Lick, 1. Hunter Dnvis, Uncaster, R.I., 1. 1. Harmon Davis, Uncaster, Sam Trather, Uncaster, RL, 1, Creech, Uncaster, RL, I. Charles A. F. Edwards, Crab Orchard, 1. Alice II. Simpson, Uncaster, RL, 2. Utrher Simpson, Uncaster, 1. N. II. Turner, Cartersville, 1. Bettie Hill, Buena Vista. 1. Smith. Hurt, Uncaster, It. 1.. 1. G. V. Pence, Marcellus. I, Kinnaird Sisters, Uncaster, I. Joe Ray, Uncaster, R. 3 1. J. T. Itancy, Uncaster, 1. 1. Kirby Robinson, Carbinson, Sam Day, Cartersville, 1. 1: F. T. Chadwell. Paint Uck, Edd Uavell, Paint Lick, 1. Ellen Broaddus, Paint Lick, 1. Clayton Isaacs, Uncaster, I. John Middleton. Uncaster, I, Henry Miller, Taint Lick. 1. Henry Dunn, Marcellus, 1, Mnriah Swope, Marcellus, I, Tom Whrrritt, Uncaster, 1. Clayton Marsee, Uncaster, I. James Klnkrad, Marcellus, 1, Cy Ready, Marcellus. I. 1. Will Dunn. Marcellus. A. I). Parsons, Uncaster, 1. 1. Cecil Durham, Bryantsville, II. D. Creech. Paint Lick, 1. William lliatt, Uncaster. 113. I. Susan Ray. Uncaster, 113, 1. Claude Sparks. Uncaster. R3 1. Thornton Mulhns, Crab Orchard. 1. Klzie Prew tt. Uncaster. It. 1. 1. James Trewitt, Unrnster, Rl. I. Peyton Vvnrmolh. Uncaster. III.. I. Owen Hrndrrn, Uncaster, Ky., 1, I rewui, I. Frank Und, Uncaster, 113., I, " George M. Patterson, Uncaster, 1. Hiram Pendleton, Uncaster, 1, G. A. Bowling. Marrellus. 1. Frank Hume, Uncaster, III., 2, W. M. Simpson. Crab Orchard. I. John W. White, Uncaster, 1. Edd Price. Uncaster, 1. Hoy Prewitt. Uncaster. III.. 1. S. J. Bourne, Uncaster, R2 1. Oscar Ray. Uncaster. 113.. 1. John M. Underwood, Uncaster, 2. M. M. llardln. Uncaster. 111.. 2. John Goins, Uncaster, III. t. Sam rrnncii, Hackley, I. W. T. Worrell, Crab Orchard, 1. K. F. Worrel. Crab Orchanl, I. Henry Alford. Uncaster. 1. Scott Kincaid. Marcellus, 1. William Smith. Uncastcr. 113.. 1. Perkins. Trearhersvilte. 1. victor Carter, Cartersville, 1. uelaney, Judson, I. a J. I. Ukes. Uncaster, RL, 1. John Newland, Crab Orcitard. I. Eunice Simpson, Uncaster. R3. , Boone Oabbard, Cartersville, 1. Mary Simpson, Uncaster, 1. Ruben Irather. Uncaster. Its.. 1. Woods Graves, Paint Lick, I. Austin Black, Uncaster, 113., 1. Mills Black, Judson, Ky., 1. Hester Goins, Unrnster, RL, I. Burdcttc Ramsey, Taint Lick, 2. George Ball, Ilournc, 1. Minnie Unham. Bourne. 1. James Denny, Paint Lick. I. Morriss Hnns. Uncaster. lit.. 1. David F. Ross, Uncaster, RL, 2. Willie Dailey, Uncaster, I. Oscar Dailey, Lancaster, 1. J. W. Glass, Camp Nelson, 2. aaiem iiiinspie, crab urchard, 2. James Sallee, Bryantsville, 1. G. W. Conner, Crab Orchard, 1. Alvin Thomas, Uncastcr, RL, Andrew Roberts. Taint Lick. 1. r ii'i."n Morris Cox, Taint Lick. 1. Charlie Humber, Uncaster, RL, 1. Dave Dunn. Marcellus. 1. Allen Wallace, Marcellus, 1. Tom Dunn, Marcellus, I, Lem White, llryantsville, I. Mrs. Barnes. Uncaster. 1. Speed Ball. Taint Lick, I. James Une, Camp Nelson, 1. Calvin May, Uncaster, R3-- , 1. It. C. Rose. Bryantsville. 1. J. Bruco Uwson, Uncaster, RL, I. 1. T. E. Cecil, Uncaster, 1. T. C. Rankin, Uncastcr, 112., I. Sam Ball. Uncaster. 112.. 1. Edd Dailey, Uncaster, It. 3. 1. Fred Anglin, Cartersville, 1. James Kinnard, Taint Lick, 1. a. l. wuuams, raint Lick, 1. u. n.. iiervey, raint Lick, l, Dave Jones. Unrnster. t. J. T. Thompson. Taint Lick, 1, i.ewis oparKs, uuena vista, 1. Clarence Faulkner. Uncaster, 1. Jonas Baker, Crab Orchard, 1, Harrison Ray, Uncaster, R3 1. Marlon Frederick, Uncaster, R. 3., 2. wiim une, camp nelson, 1, W. G. Kauffman. Cimn Nnt.nn. t. W. T. Kaufman, Camp Nelson, 1, imi nine, uincasier, 1, noiion, juuson, l, A. J. Bolton, judson. 1. John Ray, Bourne, 1. J. E. Allon, Cartersville, 1. a. ji. Lakes, Lancaster, It. I. 1 Squire Underwood, Uncaster, R3, Gilbert Fuel). Unesster. HI.. 1. John Faulkner, Uncaster, R3 2. Freeman Davis, Uncaster, 3, 1. Joe Gill, Uncaster, 113., 1. wuiie uni, Lancaster, 113., I. S. S. Sebastian, Uncaster, R3., 1. Willie Barnes, Uncaster, 1. Frank McQuerry, BryanUvillt, 1. Kelley Hogg, Uncastcr, 1. Roy L. Prather, Uncaster, 1. (Continued on Last Page.) 1. The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 13, 1919. ACKNOWLEDGMENT Safer and Better. LOOK US OVER arid GIVE US A DEPOSIT. Loans ASSISTANCE IS MADE OF VALUABLE GIVEN BY MOTION PICTURES ' CARDS." M. S. DENTIST HATFIELD Office over The Garrard Bank Phones Office S. Reiidence 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 4fe Overdrafts Bonds Cash and Due from National Banks 97,314,38 U. S. Treasury Certs and Wtir Savings 10,727.67 Banking House 3,000.00 .... $253,552.00 2,537.01 19,730.00 Capital Stock $ 16,000.00 Surplus ntu! Profits 21,126.04 -- Deposits- - 349,735,02 Office at Kainey'n Livery Stable. Kentucky Lancaster. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. j&mi. J.Byrne $386,861.06 SPLENDID RESULTS OF GOVERNMENT INCUBATOR. February 1st, 1919. MOTTO "Remember us when you have moneyjand we will you when vou have none." Your Business Solicited, $386,861,06 Exclusive HfBK Optometrist. (I'rciiared by the United Bote, Department of Agriculture.) PEOPLESBANK, PAINT LICK. KENTUCKY. ' Merry Meat Man. Flsn In butcher's simp, nllniiioil In . I rk Thl. Week."- - ltoswii Tran.rript Nature's 11 mil; "riii i iiii f out t j In Doth Sens?;. Alien we see n 111.111 on llir . ,i, u f the unvt who ,r we wlli he'd come iicn. - ni, i .1 It ,iih Optlmlillc Thought. It honorable tu lie licensed h; who desone to hi' uccued. Good (Mm j p'li.crlpt. Great Wisdom. HIH-- Snakes In Ireland. There lire snake In Ireland, hut mere sake of killing; hut every dentin only two nr three. "peclc. Tin pnpu-Inlili-Hint Ireland l minkiio nroe Is tiut one trp In the Mini wealing nil In Him well nr life. Mie Wis tin proof, from m error made by n s ! I Intt irjr of destruction which, n you tuni It In llr' trnnInllon nf In IT.VS. Tin- - inniin-lt'- ir lilt-- iitul look nt It In what of IrclntK I tli nlher mi know to lx It truer light, ynu la maili! "Iceland" Into "Ireland," nnd the hnn remained. Iceland In too nf coti.truc-linhot see lo lie Ihe jiriH'i 411I1I fur snakes. I'lillllim llr.mk. TIlCr ll MMllellllllg Ml Nllllllllicl) lltvf In nnt re. Mir tieier kills fur tin ( Work. Io good work, tlhe yuur lire mill thought niir tVt effort to thr Improvement nf )nur work. I In .pl nr"-- , success unit plenty iimt follow A Little Success. Don't let n llllli- - success turn your liend. Remember thM there lire several lillllon people In tin- - world who don't even know that you arc alive. Arkansas Thomas Cut. Happlncit Follows In the annual report of the secretary ugrlcullure acknowledgment vis inuili) of the ciMiperutlon nnd valuuhle nllnnce given tn the government hy Industry In placing the motlon-r'lctur- f Inforimilloii and appeals nf emergency chnructer concerning fooil production and coniemitlnii uml other vltully subjects hefore patron of mo tlon plcture tlieatera. The .ecretary bImi refers to the systematic development nf the 111 in work of the department under last year's appropriation, which carried Tiie llrst definite allotment made for motion pictures lu the department of agriculture. 'The of Information hy means of motion pictures," nays the secretary, "uhkli hitherto has been conducted only on an experimental hinds was, liy action nf givui a definite nliotinent of of funds, which enabled the department Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. to undertake the cyslciuRtlc development of this activity. I'lliiis prepared In the department's laboratory were used effectively lu connection with Its efforts to rccru.lt farm lahor. n"our-ag- e MINERAL DIRECTOR the prcM'rvatlon of perishable Office Over National Uank. fruits uml egelables, prevent forest flres and ntlmulute agricultural pro- Iteiiiiencu I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 duction. They were sliouti, through the LANCASTEIi, KY. extension service, to approximately rO.OUO people nt demonstration meetings, county and statu fairs, schools, churches nnd municipal gatherings, and, hy arrangement wlllrnne of the commercial cnmpanles, to about 4,C),-l"Jpeople nt motion-picturtlieuters. The tllui companies ntthely with the department anil rendered valLick, Kontuckv uable, assistance hy placing Information nnd nppeals of an emergency character before the patrons of the theaters fencd by theiu." DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. J. ft. Beazlev M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Dr. Printus Night. Walker Day or 317. TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - motion of associations among farmers, not only for better Jnnnce lm also for better production, distribution und higher living condi1. Learn every adjustment and tions. These activities ure of primary Its" purK)e. At the same time. It Is lmiortuuce. gears, 2. Oil nil hearings, recognized that such canhafts, etc., whero there Is fricnot be forced uhiii u community hut tion. must he a growth resulting from the 3. Keep ull holts amT nuts volunteer. Intelligent effort of the tllit and Miug und give eac.li farmers themselves." Implemeut a coat of paint nt The conclusion up to the present, least every two years. says the secretary, seems to be that S. Grease all Inudsldes, the field Is one primarily for the chares, cultivator shovstates to occupy through sound legisels, and disks when they are to lation. Under laws adopted In five he left out at use for more than atntes 123 personal-credi- t associations a day or so. hne been nrgnnlzed, but the larger percentage of them have been formed by wnge earners lu urban centers. "The attempt to develop strictly ru CREDIT ral credit bodies has met with somewhat more success In North Carolina UNION IS ADVOCATED j than, elsewhere," the report states, "In this state tlie work of promoting and supervising such organizations jp , was placed In charge of In official Handy for Farmer Who Is 8per-atin- ' the division of markets and rural organization of the state college of agon Small Scale. riculture. The law of this state was nacted lu 1015, and at present IS credit unions, all of them rural, are lu , Many Know Too Little About Finanoperation. It Is noteworthy that the cial Traniactlons and Do Not ReNorth Carolina law makes special ceive Affirmative Attention and provision fur educational and demon-HnitlouSympathy of Bankers. activities." FARM MACHINERY VETERINARIAN. Cslli Aniwered LANCASTER, Promptly Phone KENTUCKY. HELPS Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, GIVE - KENTUCKY. ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST ' LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. p.m. 2 Olflce over Stormes Drug Store. -1 7:30-9p- Hours JOHN WHITE trrepared by the United Slates Depart- LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHAflSE STANFORD STREBT. C. A. SPEITH CO., MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and load the Same Day. Un- NO COMMISSION CHARGED. 1 Warehouse Phone 34 . Residence 245. unions, especially for the benefit of farmers whose tlnnnclnl circumstances anil of operations make It difficult fur them to securo accommodations through ordinary channels, 1. recommended In the annual reKrt of the secretary of agriculture. "The men I have epeclally In nilud," says the secretary, "are those nhoe operations are on a email .cnle nnd who are not, In most cases. Intimately In touch with hanking machinery,, who know too little about financial operations and whose cukes usu-nll- y do not receive the affirmative attention und sympathy of the hanker. Such fanners would he much benefited hy a membership lu credit associations or unions. "Of course there are still other farmers whose standards of lUlng and productive ability ure low, who usually cultivate the less fcatjsfnctory lands, who might not he received for Ihu present Into such associations. This class peculiarly excites Interest and sympathy, hut It la difficult to seo how Immediately uny concrete finan cial urrangcrucnt will reach It. The great things that can ho done for this element of our fanning population are the things that agricultural agencies are doing for nil clashes hut must do for It with peculiar zeal. The up- proacli to the solution of Its difficulty Is an educational one, Involving belter farmlngi marketing, schools, health arrangements and more sympathetic aid from the merchant and the hanker. If the business men of the towns und cities primarily dependent on the rural district, realize that the salvation of their communities depends on the development of the back country aud will give their organizing ability to the solution of the problem In support of the plana ot the organized agricultural agencies responsible tor leadership much headway will be made. "The foundation for effective work In this direction I. the successful pro ment of Agriculture.) A syslwn of personal-credi- t PREPARE t FOR ICE HARVEST 4 Y. CO. I Time to Get Out Saws, Tonga, Et-cand Inspect Them Carefully for Winter Ue. (Prepared by the United Elates Depart ment or Agriculture.) LOUISVII.L-.K- Liberal ass.rtm.at ad fvll valws pala ' :::furs 6eatUaa Builaeu.PhonoQraphy TYPEWRITING and Hid., .net It's time to make. final preparations for cutting ice. Get out the Ice tools, the saws, tongs and Iron bar. Look them over carefully nnd seo that they are lu tip-to- p condition. Sharpen tho saws and see that the handles are all right. Ilcpolnt the tongs and bar If they need It. Clean them up aud be ull ready to make the Ice silvers tly when the Ice Is thick. Did you ever try cooperation In Ice harvesting? It works llko a charm. Get one or two of jour neighbors to go Into such u scheme. One pond or stream nnd one set of tools will answer picfor ull. It's Jukt like u nic, for "many hntitls make light work." lletter make sure, also, that )ou have on hand plenty of dry, clean sawdust or whatever Insulating material you are going to use. Wet sawdust Is a poor Insulator and wastes Ice. How about It; Is everything reudyT BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY ( o rt nlnratinc tad btnkinx buaturM, t men anrt Waimm fnr aiifma. t"Kntr II' r on Uirm Itafrtalltnt hu rr xprinc in mrrcft-t- ll The undersigned hereby give wnrn-n- g to nil persons not to trespass upon eur lamb for any purpose whatever U we will prosecute all offenders to Ihe fullest extent of tho law. Hunters and flsherm.cn especially .take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Elkin, Mrs. Emma Daniels, POISON PLANT KILLS STOCK n. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarnh J. P. Hackley, Sheep and Cattle Destroyed by Mrs. Emma lllgginbotliam, Whirled Milkweed In San Juan Edd nnj N. B. Price. County, New Mexico. S. C. Riesby. (Prepared by the United States Depart- D. M. Anderson. of Agriculture.) ment R. L. Barker Losses of hundreds f sheep aud cattle hy slock raisers In San Juan county, New Mexico, were explained when the couuty ugent discovered the whirled milkweed and Its poisonous Poultry Tonic properties. The ugent pointed out the You ran m&kn It M A plant to farmers uud stockmen, several tlons of llio lMt (oulirrtonlcknown z. meetiugs were held to plan how to with aSeo hum of Pa life meet the danger, and committees wero vtuus Mi... iiit Cu ra. and orati-utappointed to Inspect every part bf La stars. uuiuur-im-ma -- district, which Includes 20,000 liata ottierdbeaao. At dni ur by ui.ll wtloau. acres, lly helping the stockmen to lorut. book f rea. cate and avoid the weed, the ugent IwkM IhuIi El. UCuiu.b. hope, that serious lo.. will be avoided. Uaselden Brother. POSTED 12 Gals. iii. m4 nil v The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 13, 1919. p.i. TEE ECONOMY 3 EK STORE, Helping the returned soldier to himself to his civilian work and the his community life Is one of the most desirability of accelerating Important features ever undertaken this building as much as possi- by the State Y. M. C. A. of Kentucky. ble. The question is largely The work is n rart of a broad plan adopted and largely financed by the of financing it. National War Work Council of the untrue to claim we Few of the people who de natlonnl Y. M. C. A., of which Dr. It would be sire smnll homes are able to John U. Mott of New York is General selling at cost. We are not. But we pay cash for them in fuli. A Secretary. A school to be attended will sell you anything in our large from every national system of home loan by one representative and delegates county in Kentucky stock at a very small margin over banks has been suggested. from many local churches, Y. M. C. cost. These would be similiar in A.'s and other citizens will be held at plnn to the federal reserve Camp 'Zachary Taylor, Louisville, You can satisfy your wants at this banks. One such bank would February 1J to 21 In order to see store at live and let live prices. be situated in a district, and itmy life r.s it is and get In cIosj COME AND SEE. soldier, the delegates would reach the communities touch with the will live In barracks nnd will eat at of that district through local an army mew served by the Cooks building and loan associations. and D.tkcrs School of the Camp. The faculty of this State Training This plan is to be commended in its process of bringing School will consist of the following: Dr. E. Y. Mullins, President capital in direct touch with the Southern llaptist Theological of the Semibusiness and social needs of the nary and an uctivc Y. M. C. A. atmy secretary, Dr. Dunbar II. Ogden, pastor trucks. They formed agri- nation. Presbyterian tor of the Second leagues and went out It is up to us nil to help the Church of Louisville and noted for 11.50 a Year. cultural Issued Weekly. on the farms to work. They returning soldier in the way of his activities among the soldiers, Hon. Payable In Advance. did canteen work, meeting in- employment. Not only in the II. V. McChesncy, of Frankfort, of J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. coming trains nnd speeding ditch digging line or something the Army Y. M. C. A., Prof. F. O. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. outgoing ones Clark I. A. at any hour of of that sort but to some payable Cover, of Beren College, Heron, Camp camp musical director at day or night. Musicians permanent jobs that give evi- Taylor, V. E. Tharp, camp physical Entered at the Post Office in Lan- the and artists of all kinds gave up dence of the appreciation we director at Camp Taylor, L. J. DarMall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s lucrative work in order to give have for his own big job that ter of the overseas staff of the Army Matter. their time to the entertainment has been so goodly finished.-I-n Y. M. C. A., P. C. Dix, State SecreMember Kentucky Press Association tary of Kentucky and head of the of troops at camps and cantonevery' small community or Army Y. M. C. A. work at Camp Tayand ments. As nurses nnd social large town the energy should lor, C. A. Tcvebaugh, Associate State Eighth District Publishers League. workers went abroad the home be the same toward the finding Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., W. I. Rate, For Political Announcement,. women supplied their , vacant of positions for these returned McNalr, General Secretary of the M. C. others. For Precinct and City Offices 15.00 places. army and navy men. Some of 'Louisville Y.session A. andschool will of the The first 10.00 For County Offices Every housewife who con- them have families to support, be held Monday morning Feb. 17th at For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 served food and economized in some parents and some have 10:00 o'clock and the school will close For Calls, per line .10 coal and gas and wool did her themselves to look after which, Friday afternoon Feb. 21st at 4.00 For Cards, per line part toward the work of the by the way, is enough in these o'clock. In addition to one represenFor nil publications in the intertative from each county there will be est of individuals or expresnation. hard times. a delegate from every town or city of sion of Individual views, per Look around in your own 800 population or more. Let us give ndmiration and .10 line country and see if The course of training will consist .05 thanks to the American woman section of Obituaries, per line . who "has done what she you can't suggest a soldier or of an hour of Ilible study each day, sailor every time, an employer recreation, outdoor and indoor games, could." dramatics, comLucuter, Ky., Fclraarr 13, 1919 in your neighborhood needs community play,groups munity singing, for discussion help. of problems applying to rural disIt is customary on the annivYou will not only be doing a tricts, small towns, cities, etc., an THE AMERICAN ersary of Lincoln's birth, Febday WOMAN IN WAR. ruary 12th, to have read in duty for yourself and the em- hour of general conference each and ployer but you will be doing a to discuss question brought up The war is over and we are Congress Lincoln's Gettysburg duty for your country as well. three addresses a day on such subjects as, "The Religious Life of the all extolling the heroism of the speech. Just emerging from New Day", "The Message of Chrissoldiers, the judgment of the the World War the words ring As food helped to win our tianity for Social and Economic Renation's financiers, and the loy- with a new appeal to us, and in wnr so will it help to crush the Sol- We'are iroud of The Title. We want to assist you all we can In yonr efforts to economize on your farm tools. We have marked our entire stock to sell at KENTUCKY WILL TRAIN MEN TO enrth". Gettysburg Nov. 19, 1863 HELP SOLDIERS The United States Depart With Home Problems. ment of Labor has announced Big Training School For that more than 500,000 new State To Be Held At houses are required in the Camp Zachary Taycountry at present. The restriction of building during the lor, Feb. 17th to 21st. the people and for tho people shall not perish from the JOHNSONS "FREEZEPROOF" PREVENTS FROZEN RADIATORS. It Is inexpensive-Do- es not evaporate-E- asy war has produced this condi Li'.bor conditions point to tion. to use-D- oes not freeze and one?appllcation will last all winter. One package protects n Ford car to five ilrtlrres below ?cro THE LOWEST MARGIN. are McRoberts Drug Store. be taken so early in life. We can only look to Him who knowcth and Mr. G. 11. Rose, who has been a docth all things well. He alone can resident of this county for the past comfort you and heal your broken fifteen years, died at his home near hearts. All that was mortal of little Camp Dick Robinson, last Tuesday evening at six o'clock, after an illness Eugene was laid to rest in the Goshen cemetery on Feb. 1st to await the of several months of cancer. Mr. Rose was one of the most resurrection morn. prominent citizens of the county nnd n very intluencial farmer. He and his large family moved to I.ast Monday Feb. 3rd, the Angel this county from Owsley County, of Death hovered Ita Icy wings over where he was born 67 years ago. the home of Mr. Parson and He is survived by his wife and six claimed him for its own. children, being five boys, Messrs O. C. He had influenza, followed by Rose, of Eue Galli. Fla., W. C, R. U pneumonia, and his death was sad and Dr. H. C. Rose of this county, shock to his family and friends. and Dr. Sam J. Rose now in France, He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. and one daughter, Mrs. Green Howl- F. Parson and only six' months ago ing. they gave up their older son, Tom. Mr. Rose was n member of the Leslie had been sick only a few It Methodist church and supported days when the spirit took its flight to liberally with his means. worlds on high. at the Services were conducted He was only 21 years of age and n home this morning by his pastor, Rev. splendid young man, was a member Conant, after which the remains of the llaptist church and C.S. faithful la were brought to the Lancaster ceme- its works, since confessing Christ us tery for Interment. his Personal Savior, his life has proved a Christian. He leaves a young wife to whom he was married a year ago. She was beDeath Angel fore her marriage Miss Georgia DilOn January 31st, the entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. lon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Holtzclaw and took from them Dillon, and a sweet worthy girl.. He their little four year old baby boy, leaves beside his wife, a mother, fathEugene Dryan. er, two sisters and four brothers, and He! with the rest of the family had to them we extend our deepest love, been stricken with Influenza but his prayers and sympathy, In their sad condition was not thought serious hour of bereavement and loss. until he contracted meningitis which When he seemed to realize that resulted in his death a few days later. death was near he expressed his willEugene was a bright happy little ingness to go, and told the family fellow and made friends with all "To meet him In Heaven". ThU whom he met. kind of death is Heaven's gain Not only were the hearts of hit should be a cause of rejoicing. and Out numerous relatives made sad but a it is human to mourn for our dear wide scopo of friends and neighbors ones, In his wisdom has reabut God as well, when the news came that he sons for calling his own, and may hi was dead and they realized that they family, especially the broken-hearte- d should see his smiling little face nor wife and mother trust all else to the hear his childish prattle no more on Heavenly Father's loving care, and earth. be true to the cause he loved, and in Some weeks ago, while asking his the sweet bye and bye they will meet innocent questions he asked his moth- him in yonder's world where there is er, If when he died he should see no sorrow. Jesus. On being told by her, "Yes, A Friend. Mayme McQuerry. if he were good". He replied, "I'll be good for I want to sec Jesus". Dear mother and father, your darHat A. J. Sutton, who went to ling has gone in his innocence and we know he shall see our Dear Savior, Tcxis or Mexico about 15 or 20 yeart who said, "Suffer little children to ago, any relatives In Garrard county.' come unto me for of such is the His lothcr wm named Elliubet' Sutton nnd died uboat six ycaM ago. Kingdom of Heaven". Sometime we'll understand why Lonve Informa'di at this offhe one so young anil so promising shoutn ROSE. Conn Brothers. rE PARSON. 1LJLJ The Central Record HOLTZCLAW. alty of the working classes. this new light we would perAnd among the rest we are haps do well to refresh our paying tribute to the patriotic memory with the address. "Fourscore and seven years achievements of our women. When war was declared the ago our fathers brought forth construction", "The Returning insurrectionists in Russia. Save dier and His Relation to the Life of all the food that is savable the Community" nnd kindred topics. A very Important part the work and then save what is left of will be when the delegatesofeach eventhe unsavable. ing cgt into actual touch with the soldier in the army camp, in the Y. M. C. A. buildings and elsewhere, thus securing at first hand the soldier's When your horse has colic, the viewpoint and his outlook upon his after effect is often worse than dis- life in the community when he is disease for he is often foundered. Give charged. At the conclusion of the him FARRIS' COLIC REMEDY. It school the workers will return home results are certain, founder never will be held in each a W. A. DICKEUSON. and conference follows. county to be addressed by prominent speakers and interest aroused in each Wise W"--" . Information Wanted. women of America immediately organized to carry out the wishes of the government. Each state formed its Woman's Council of Defense, which by means of local branches reached and help to mould the public opinion of every community. Lectures and demonstrations were held under their auspices ; tho requests of the Food Administration were widely disseminated and fully explained ; women were registered for war service, community and child welfare work was done. The work of women in the American Red Cross was wonderful. The Vomen of the land gave up their time and skill to work for the armj and navy, at home and abroad. They made surgical dressings, knitted and sewed for the comfort of "our boys". They organized hospitals, sent nurses, g did all they could for tho of our forces. The many women's clubs of our land showed their patriotism in war work of every kind and especially in work for the buying of Liberty bonds and war savings stamps. And what of the individuals? One cannot say enough of their patience, hard work and heroism. Responses were made to every call of the government or necessity of the war. An army of nurses volunteered for work abroad or at. ,the cantonments. Women drove ambulances and motor cars and mo- well-bein- on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battlefield of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field ns a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. But in a larger sense we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it far above our., power to add or detract. The world will little note or long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us, the living, rather to be dedicated hero to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to bo here dedicated to the great task remaining before us, that from these honored dead wo take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion; that wo here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain; that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by FOUNDER NEVER RESULTS Uncle community. A preliminary school for state leadchance to I tl illce." ers will be held in Chicago next week at the Y. M. C. A. college for representatives from all states in the Central Army department of which Kenis tucky is a part. National AssociaToo often civic Improircmcnt left for the women to struggle with. tion leaders will be present. Those It is interesting that the city of attending from Kentucky will be Dr. Kansas, considers Emporia, it a Mullins, Dr. Ogden, Mr. McChesney, man's Job, as suggested from the fol- Trof Clark, Mr. Tharp. State Secrelowing extracts from a letter from tary Mr. P. E. Dix and W. I. McNair. of tho Secretary of the Chamber All There Is to It Commerce of that city; Philosopher make a great ileal ot has been the mystery of life, but when you've "Our Civic Committee making a general survey of the city, pot It all summed up, It turn out to notifying owners of vacant property, be nothing but an opportunity to be a or In fact, owners of any property, friend to toraebody else. that is the least run down that they are expected to make improvements at once. In this way, all vacant lots as well as occupied ones nre kept In much better shapo because tho own"I am SO years old and never was ers do not wish to be listed among sick until 8 years ago when I got the 'unkept.' A stranger in the city, us a general stomach trouble. I have spent a forthing, usually bases his opinion of the tune for medicine which did not cure. city on its general appearance. Well I kept on suffering and getting worse. kept yards and vacant lots add great- A fellow worker told mo nbout Mayr's After taking ly to the looks of the city, not only Wonderful Remedy. to the stranger but to the citizens. three doses I felt like a different The prosperous city cannot look any man; before taking It I could not lie Now 1 Folks do not on my back nor right fide. way but well-kep- t. wish to go to n city to live unless It can sleep any old way". Is well-kep- t. It U a simple harmless preparation One otherjimple but important Improvement that can be that removes the catarrhal mucus handled is attractive street sign. from the Intestinal tract and allays We havo in Emporia, a State Normal the inflammation which causes pracSchool, and have taken the matter up tically all stomach, liver and Intestinwith the manual training department. al ailments, Including appendicitis. They have agreed to make attractive One dose will convince or money reand street signs if furnished with the funded. R. E. McROBERTS DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. material". "Lnvo yon rmiTi- Eben. "but don't glvi mark de deck r c ! nlil I Civic Improvement. , j i 'CgHSxzirii niiT''' PHONE 27 121 ' SLEEPS ANY OLD WAY NOW. til rft I 9 BECKER and BALLARD. 1 ill KENTUCKY. I BRYANTSVILLE, I flsV The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 13 9 19. 1 John Deer Wagons, Malnble and Cast (Ranges, Vulcan and Blount Plows, Manure Spreaders, 24 Disc Seed Sower, Cheap, Cultlpackers, Fertilizer for tobacco beds We can save you money on anything you have to buy. OLIVER and Syracuse Plows " and Harrows " and Points Mrs. Ed Trlre who has been somewhat Indisposed has quite recovered, Mr. W. 0. Rlgney left yesterday for Louisville for n stay of several days. Mrs. Jack Casey is In Danville the guest of her sister, Mrs. Forrest Fitzgerald. Mrs. G. M. Patterson and Mrs. Russell Crumlin, were visitors in Lexington, Saturday. LEXINGTON OPERA HOUSE "The Kiss Burglar". Aberdeen-Angu- s Aberdeen-Angus 1 Gattle. Friday and Saturday Evenings-Saturd- ay Matinee, Feb. 14th and 15th. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. i 9 I 6lsFaflRflN6E SALE. I I All Winter goods, such as Sweaters, I I Underwear, and Flannel Shirts must go at once, regardless of cost. See poster for prices. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. I I I I Gossip About People vsvevg Rrlf Mantle ( U Gelnja by The Ws At A Comlne,i I'rof Henry Lloyd of Lexington, was a week end visitor to Lancaster Inst week. Mrs. Jennie Green has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. Aldridgc of Mcholasvillc for the past week Mrs. Sauflcy Hughes gave a dinner at her home on Richmond avenue in honor of Mr anil Mrs. Joe Walker, In aiJ In. lolcrtiUd Mr. V. II. Montgomery was Psnvllle on business Monday, Miss Ir.ri Itay, of Richmond wn guest of her parents. the week-en- d Mrs, J. K. Stormes and Mrs. W. II. Ilurton have gone to New Orleans where they will spend several weeks. Mrs. Wood llurnsidc leaves tomor row for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. U. D, Mr. P. W. Mahan of Danville, wi Geiger, in Huntington, West Virginia, In Lancaster Monday on business. Messrs Dave Sanders and Henley Mr. Klthrr (Jaines of Danville was llnitin arc in Louisville attending the business. in Lancaster, Monday, on meeting of the Lumber Association. Mrs. K. II. Hay li In Frankfort and Miss Mary Arnold leaves this week Lexington this week vtaitint; relatives. where she has accept for Cincinnati Mrs. George Harris of Atlanta (Ja., cd a position In a millinery establish is the guest of Judge and Mrs. K. V. ment. Harris. Mrs. Kllzabt-t- her ilauRhter, Stanford. Mra. K. Itev. Harry S. Hudson and Mrs. Hughes It visiting Hudson are in Louisville attending Mra. J. W, Acey In the new Kra meeting of the I'rcsby terian church. f. Marksbury and Mra. Joe Mixes Marie and Thelmn Clark, of Walker are spending n few daya In HvatUvilie, spent Friday night with their cousin, Karl Ward Clark on the Lexington. Lexington pike. Mra. Kmma Htgginbotham haa reMr. Clayton Morrow, of Lcxing turned from a vlilt to her sister, In ton University, spent the week-enJunction City. at home with his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mra. Will Clark and ann Mrs. K. W. Morrow. Karl, ipent Sunday with Mr. li. II. Mrs. Itclla Arnold Francis has re Ward and family. where she turned from Cincinnati Mr. and Mra. C. II. Henry and chil- purchased spring and summer goods dren apent Friday with her mother, for her millinery parlor. Mra. Milton Ward. .Mrs. Ituisoll Ilrown who ln boen Mra. Fred Frisbic is In Louisville, visiting her sister, Mrs. A. K. Lackey, attending the new era meeting of the in Kansas City, Mo., for the past two I'reibyterian church. months, has returned home. Mr. JcIT Dunn and son, Mr. Jack Mr. and .Mrs. James Anderson who Dunn, of Lexington, were in I.ancns-te- r have been visiting here, have gone to on buslnesa Monday. Hnrrodshuri? for n visit before re. Montgomery of turning to their home in Chanute, Miss Kulalah Hcrcn College, was nt home for the Kansas. week end with her parents. Masters Hubert and JclT Dunn have Mr. Joseph Turner has moved from returned to their home in Lexington to the farm of Mr. after several weeks visit to their Garrard county Joseph Irvine near IVrryville. grand-parentMr. and Mrs. J. D. and wifo Gulley. Mr. Charlie Thompson Harris have rented the Itandolph Miss Sallic Lou Myers was called property on Maple Avenue. to Danville, where she will nurse Mr. Mrs. J. M. Farra has returned from and Mrs. Victor Itlcc, Miss Stella n pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. 0. Rice and Mary Nicy Rice who arc ill of influenza. A. Mrltoberis, in Covington. 3C 3C WHY NOT BUY Roller Bearings. Motor-DriveKiperlineiits to perfect a hearing Potato Peeler. Reason In Their Pell. A machine which will peel 40 pwnds that would withstand the hemy strains Institutions may ri:.il ' and go?' Miss Maymc Smith the daughter ernments fall, but It Is of n heavy cane mill led to the dis- of potatoes In three or four minutes rel" Hint they of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith of may renew n better yt,uih. George covery of the principle, nnd to the was described nnd Illustrated In Popdevelopment of the Hyatt roller bear- ular MPfhanlcs Magazine, the eellng Hyattsville is attending Clay's Bus! Bancroft. ing, bj John Wesley Ilyutt, the In- being done by it revolving drum ness College in Lexington. She was hnre-towe- r ventor, who iils.0 Inventid celluloid In driven by n mo-to- r. accompanied over there by her fa Egyptians Invented Cells. his search for substitute material for The Inner surface of the drum ther, uncle and two sisters, Monday The Invention of hells W attributed In billiard balls. Ills stud- has been roughened by milking numer to the KgvptlnuK, who nre credited lnry iied The Woman's Club met Thursday with having mndo use of percussion ies In flexibility nlong the billiard ball ous perforations In the metal. When afternoon at their rooms on Lexing Instruments to nnnounce the sacred line preceded nnd led up to his Inven- filled It Is lowered Into a wooden contion of the lirst flexible roller bearing. tainer und set to running. ton avenue, with all members present. fetes of Osiris. The program was very interesting. Mrs. J. h. Stormca was leader, as. Letter Boxes In the HeloMa. sistcd by Mrs. Mattiv Duncan and In the Alps there Is one letter box Miss Alberta Anderson. at nn elevation of nenrly 10,000 feet above the sea level from which there The family of Mr. nnd Mrs. Woods arc collections four times n day. There Tudor, four of whom were down with are several letter receptacles nt an ele- pneumonia, nt one time ha all re- vutlon of between 0,0(10 and 7,000 feet. covered, except their daughter, Mrs Jim Ballard, who is still critically ill Out of Self. Messed nro they who have the glfl and her numerous friends and relamaking friend-- , for It Is one ol tives fear that she may not recover, of i.oirs best girts. It Involves mnnj Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dennis have re things, but above all. the power ol turned to their homo nenr Ccrro Gor- - going out or one's self, nnd annrrelnt tliAi- da, Illinois, after a visit to Mr. nnd lug whatever Is noble un loving It Mrs. J. W. lorbc, on Crab Orchard r not her. Thomas Hughe. If you were askedyto name pike, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kli Dennis, Mr. the greatest bugbeSr in your nnd Mrs. Sidney Jennings of Rowland DO NOT TRIFLE WITH HOG and Mr. and Mrs. Clatc Humphreys weekly household work your TROUBLES at Bourne. answer would-- be "The When you see tho first symptoms i Weekly Family Wash." That's We were very grateful to Miss of hog diseases, get a supply of B. A. tit,. It is a Elizabeth Logan Simpson for a do THOMAS' HOG TOWDER. lightful plate of her birthday cake. remedy for hogs and hogs only tonic 'hose washing is done the The happy event was celebrated last and conditioner. 'ifashoned clothes W. A. DICKERSON. Saturday at the home of her grand washboard-and-tu- b parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. I). Simpson, the sweet little Miss being ten years old on that day. feutsuise a very fine farm near West Point. "The Kiss Burglar", a musical ro I M. ' by Glen .'II. MI1W t iiaiiuii utuiv fli.l UI1UI mance with book and lyrics Raymond son, W. T, motored to Lexington MacDonough, and music by Til.i.Jni, nlf.Vil tnr lb,. bntv Hubbelt is scheduled to appear at the Lexington Opera House on the nbovc A very noted vfsltor in the city, 'ates. Miss Kittle Gordon would be pleased This new musical comedy which to meet you at Roman's Opera House ran for six solid months at the George Thursday. M. Cohan Theatre has the main elements of success with a consistent Mrs. Joseph Uurnslde gave a six story, sprightly nnd melodious numo'clock dinner at her home on Rich- bers, lively dances and plenty of mond street last Friday, to Miss humor, together with n very efficient Johnetta Farra, it being the honorce'a cast, and the famous Peacock Alley birthday. The story centers around n Chorus. but charming A number of friends while in rather improbably New- Stanford last Monday called on Mr. grand duchess who Is visiting a into Y, Robinson and were pleased to York couple nnxlous to break J. society nnd who employ a press agent find him in good spirits and improvfor that purpose. A young American ing in health. business man, who a year before In Mr. Homer Jennings, who is sta- Trieste had to II ec for his life after Tnylor, knocking down n prince for having tioned nt Camp Znchary came up Friday night and remained chentcd at cards, escaped his pur until Sunday with his friend, Miss suers by dashing through un open Nancy llagan. window into n dark room, where he found himself confronted by a beautiMr. Jesse II. Sutton who has been ful woman, who, taking him for n stationed at Camp Meade Md., receiv burglar, hail offered her jewels, he ed an honorable discharge and return taking a kiss instead, as she fainted cd. His many friends and relatives in his arms. He tells this story to the are glad to sec him back home again. press agent, who seizes upon it and Mrs. Richard Ware, who has been induces n friend to go through the visiting her sister, Miss- - Sallic Lou same performance with the duchess Myers, has gone for a visit to rela so he may write up the story, in the lives in Lebanon before returning to Interest of his employer, the duchess' her home in Birmingham, Alabama. host. The scene of the rehearsal of this Mr. John Holtzclaw has moved to stolen kiss and the theft itself supply des his home on Lexington avenue which comedy of the most laughable he purchased from Capt. Heradon. cription. Of course, there are com Mr. Randolph Harris and wife moved plications, as the Duchess is in search to the place Mr. Holtzclaw acatcd of the original kiss burglar, and he, of his' unknown charmer, and after complications Miss Ktta Smith, the eldest daugh. various they arc tcr of Mr. and Mr. W. II. Smith, of brought together. On this story is Hyattsville, is at home after icveral built a musical play which has the months stay In New York City, where rare merit of being unusual, and if she has been employed as a stenogre, the melodies that fit into the story at pher by the government. times sound reminiscent they arc always tuneful, varying from the lively Mrs. Charles L. Smith of Charles nnd catchy to the dreamingly hauntton. West Va., is here for a few days ing. All New York ndorcd its wonvisit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. derful story, remarkable atmosphere Miller. She will be accompanied and brilliant music. An enormous home by her sister, Miss Carrie Mil, company including the famous Pea Icr, who will make her a visit. cock Alley chorus, with the original Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walker left Cohen Theatre production will be this week for West Point Mississippi, seen here as on Broadway. Sale of seats open at the box office where they expect to make their home. .Mr. Walker and brother, Joe of Ben All Theater, Wednesday Fcby J. Jr., have recently a 12th. purchased Steers have been named as grand champions over all breeds at these points as well as at Chicago's International, since wnr ceased. At both the Florida State Fair and the California Liberty Fair grade Angus steers won the single honors, and nt the Pacific International the grand champion car lot was the same kind. The Aberdeen-Angu- s war record: ABERDEEN-ANCUS- i First In Wart First in Pescei First in Reconstruction. BOYS AND GIRLS. Get started on the right foot by getting the kind of calf that will win. The grand champion of the Junior Feeding Contest nt the Chicago Intcrnntionnl was an Aberdeen-AnguIt won $300.00 In cash and two medals. The Texas, Mississippi, Iowa nnd Wisconsin State contest as well as the Sioux City Inter-Stat- e Fair and the Illinois-Indian- a Fair Contest, were all won by calves sired by Aberdeen-Angu- s bulls. Every calf feeding contest In Canada has been won by the same kind for the past two years. The. American Aberdeen-Angu- s Breeders Association offer $1000.00 in calf club prizes this year. Write for free literature and get n calf sired by an Aberdeen-Angu- s hull right now. Wc nre going to give the boys a chance by selling nn Aberdeen- Angus calf at AUCTION on COURT-DAY- S in Lancaster this year. We will sell a few bulls old enough for service, through the Spring months. On the 12 Ith of February wc will sell at Auction n yearling bull, which Is good enough to head a herd of registered cattle, also can be used on grade cows and produce the best steer of any breed for quick money. Eliminate the torture of dehorning calves by breeding to nn Aberdeen-Angu- s bull. It makes no difference what you breed to a registered Aberdeen-Angus bull you will never have any horns on the product. Now is the time to start. Get some of the real black kind. And here is your opportunity. On MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, County Court Day, we will sell this Aberdecn-Angu- s bull on the square in Lancaster. Bred in the purple. Hal B., is A No. one, indivually and right in every respect. Ball A Httthtr Bloom. lit "30 Bamlurir mus ., ""Isi.adeland I rBadeu Blackcap una PJIUI Blackbird i j I ( Baden Lot nlMil .Mcllrnry BLrkMr Bouldtrado 171: . Allck of Thokiton riGTS (fhadtlaud Blackbird JAItrk I Cbadclamt Blackbird 4tb 1UT301 Allfk of Thcak.tou tia;n 2nd Hit of Abirlour Blackbird of Ilaialtt 3"111 iiai. !i.:i::. I'.ltrd Mrrh:l.in; Blackburn Marearrt of r Kiuiiu Blackllue i lmitw 3U.UI Euirtne Tbrakilon ui runny Slope Itr l Minimis Itttl Black Mini UWl, ( I I Clltt. Blackbird 1I.I9MS ltl lllllrrttt I Lonnbrancb Minnie MJHI2) t'lan.man rblcf lti Bran Rlackblrd SKun '.Minnie Mr IletUT I i Margaret of Bondle Brouk UMiw t'ntor fPHonnle Brook H.T9. . Bitchwocd Lady .WIV ' Andabou BotiLle I I fa; Ijid HealhcrMSM IVit Kiltie Belle J7K9 AngusLand Stock Farm. A. D. BRADSHAW WALKER BRADSHAW. that you nro changeable." He an lie is and nlwnys ha been a milsancu Mvercd, "Taln't mo that change; It'i to the Dutch wives and has alnays been called the "butterfllege," or tnem, when you Know them better." Lcarntd' Great Truth Early. The Real -- Butterfly.-' Son has Just begun to go to school The name for the butterfly did not and has much to wiy about the new originate from "flutter, ' but from low little girls he meetH, hut every few German and IlollnndWi. Over In Holilaja It Is n different girl that attract) land there ! a butterfly that lives him. Ills mother said, "I'm afraid whenever po'slhle on butter and milk, CROSS OUT YouRmsfflNG Troubles With a Western Electric inrl Wn 3 CLEN LILY GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT-WITHO- UT BLEACH Friends will regret to learn of the serious illness of Dr. A. S. Price, nt his fnmi on the Fall Lick pike. After giving up his practice In Stanford he moved to this farm n few years ago and his henlth became better until within the last few weeks. All are wishing for him his speedy recovery. hand some improvements on the Lewis property which he recently purchased and which is now occupied by Mrs. RunKnockie McGrath and family. ning water has been tnitnllcd and a handsome piazza will extend across the front of the house, making it, with its pleasant location, one of the attractive residences of the town. GOSPEL MEETING AT BEREA. Beren College shortened lcs.oris OR BLEND. James W. Smith Is making Always'at hand, Wlthoutiworry or wait Trie house wives say And declare It Is so, It'sja dead sure success When mixed Into dough. GARRARD MILLING 3 COMPANY DC U Id DC DC Correct Your Mlttskts. It Is only un ernir ,n Judgment to a lulituke, but make bona Infirm ity of character tu uuhere to It wbM discovered. and gave time for two Gospel meet' ings a day for five days, closing Friday the 7th, and the result was 100 converts out of a total of something more than 1400 in attendance in all departments. Tho preacher Baptist Evnnge-lis- t. was tho Dr. Conant but the field had been prepared by President Frost, Brother Knight, Professor Raymond, and other College preachers. These young people will at once join a Converts society called "The King's Regiment", and begin vigor ous work for Christ, and will be en- ecuraged to delay church membership until they can unite with tho churches to which their parents belong at homo. In this way hundreds of far away churches and communiv ties will reap ft benefit from mvttii in llerea n thirre-markabl- Weston Eiectric Waster and Wringer are washed by electricity, and washed etter easier than ever tbeforc. We you all about the magical rrhine here can't you call on us we'll show vbu one e it and arrange, if you will, for a deftionstrn- or TV l tic in your nome. iross out vour washinp- ibles. Wash Electrically.. Let Us Tell Youfew cleane: I and you c a cost of your iut three cents a week for current. out, eliminate, washing troubles. At BASTIfl BROTHERS, LANCASTER.. The Central Record, ThutMin LANCASTER PROOF Should Convince Every Lancaster Reader. Cheerfulness Is juit natural to the heart of n mn strong In health as color to tht ctit'ki and wherever there ! habitual (loom there be either bad alr unwholesome food, Improperly severe labor, or erring hsb-I- II llfe.-tluof Lexington, last week, nnd while there Mr, Isom experienced n little excite ment as he thought some one ha stolen his car, but Mrs. Ison had only driven it upon Broadway. Iiev. J. W, Mnhan severed his con nection us pastor of the Forks rhurcl when he preached his farewell ser mon last Sunday morning, Had ht prenched until next May it would be 8 year since he came here to take charge of the work he has just resigned from. During his stay here ho has made numbers of friends here and in going nwny he loaves n legacy to the church In. ninny good tummies thnrgo In the mnking up of n bcautl ful christian life, lie is above gos ilp nnd wns never henrd to criticise any member of his congregation, nni was extremely conscientious. He wns henrd more than once to say that he could lisve trebled mency on the productive soil nt the parsonage by raising tobacco why dldn t bet bethe clean life of ci use he n boy more Important thnn dollars. nnd that by raising the dirty weed he might have induced some lad "with thumb and fore-fingto listlessly roll, n cigarette, smoothing each wrinkle nnd fold, nnd the smoke he pulled from his lips, I declare, took the form of n demon nnd grinned from the air, and it said, 'See the wreck of ntman tbat I made, of the boasting young fellow, who was not afraid".- - " , FeL "io I j I 0 FERTILIZER FACTS llnch ton of manure applied will produce from $i to JO worth of crops. Each timed aero of arid soil will produco from $3 to $15 In crene In crops. drain crops nro worth from $15 to $23 per ncro If planted nn soil Hint grew a legume the previous year. Slxty-flt- o per cent of all fnrm land needs lime nnd phnifllinnH which arc sold In several forms. nit SWEETS WITHOUT SUGAR. Tlie following sweets without sugar ..... ujr toe Housewives who linve the sugar-sav- Ing habit: Honey and Nut Sand- wlches. Mir one cupful of honey with two tea-- 1 Ioonful of lemon Juice, then stir In enough fine- ) .hopped nut meats to moke a thick paste. Spread on slice, of but- ingetner and cut In any desired shape. Honey Blancmange. Take half a cupful of honey, one-hal- f cupful of cornstarch, a quarter of a cupful of mine and two cupfuls of boiling milk with a pinch of salt; motion the corn- -' starch with the cold milk, tlten ndd the boiling milk, stir and boll eight minute", then add the salt and honey. Put Into small wet molds to cool. Turn out, sprinkle with a few chopped nuts and serve with cream. Prune Pudding. Take one and n half cupfuls of pitted prunes and three tahh;pnnnful each of honey and butter, one egg and one cupful of buttermilk and a tcnpoonful of soda, half n cupful of flour, half a tenspoonful each of salt and almond extract and one cupful of rolled oats which has been well parched. Mix nnd ur Into n buttered mold nnd steam for two and one-hal- f hours. Serve with a hard sauce. one-hal- f Date Charlotte Take pound of good dates, one nnd one-hal- f cupfuls of water, three tnblepnonfnls of honey, the strained Juice of one orange, n few drops of coloring, one' heaping tahleponnful of gelatin and two cupfuls of whipped cream, lie- more the stones from the dates, add to the water honey anil gelatin, the orange Juice and the coloring. Cook slowly unttl the dates are soft. Pour Into a wet ring mold and set away In a cool place. Turn out nnd serve with whipped creutu. Prune Salad. Wash, soak nnd steam a pound of prunes until soft. When cold remove the stones and fill with chopped walnuts. Arrange on lettuce leaves. Sprinkle with lemon Juice and place a tablespoonftit of mayonnaise on top. Serve very cold. Li ter.il tirpnit nine tu-,- . The frank statement flf n neighbor, tell.nt; the merit" of n remedy, Ulils you pause nnd believe, 'flip ame endorsement Uv'somc stranger far nway Cmimnnds no belief nt all. Here's n Lancaster case. citizen testifies. Head nn J be eonvinccJ. I). C. Sander?, rrop., of Lumber fe I V II ic;u uulncss- - "r.ii'ueii aireei., snys: "' 'lilvc u,r,l Doan'a Kidney I'iljs with satisfactory results and don't hesitate 'to endorse them. My kidneys were of order and I had dull, nagging I also had bnc'.achcs. sorcnesi In ,.,e ,mn) o( ln). hnci nn j my udnevs In irreKulnr action. Donn's, , , . StormM 'y"no P,U' Store, relieved the trouble and I,ut n,J Kiuncys in goou conumon. l'rice (30c, nt nil dcnlers. "Don't Jimply ask for a kidney remedy- - get (loan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Sanders had. Foster-Milbur- n Mfcrs. " Buffalo N. Y. ... CLUB BOY IS MAKING BROOMS Alabama County Agent Delates Com. mendabte Spirit Exhibited by Southern Youth. tfrepared hy the United states Depart- iiitiii vi nil iiruiiur.; Ambition engendered by hoys' clubs n tho South does not Mtiii nt mm ;roln; or production. The proves-lv- e Milrlt lnrtilratiil lir mttntr nffent nnd demniKtrnlnrs lends to higher aspirations, (ood citizenship nnd the do- - P" , MARKSBUKY Ed Is'nyior sold n is.i Sjx-nk- for Mr. nnd Mrs. ICyle Isom are visit-in- ;; relatives of I.ctchcr t(ils week. lrnp..;lblf. The Misses Cornish of ltnrrods-fiurj- f, delicto In parading are J.e e.ucU of Mrs. Re N'ny- - myHub "I don't Wife tlrtuo." "You couldn't, lor. nnjway. It takes ipiltj u number to The Ladies Working Society will ' make u parade." liixtoii Transcript. meet with Miss Susan Sutton next ' Wednesday at 2 P. M. Newton Doolin purchased about ACHES AND 100 acres of land from Orccn Clay: ' Walker, for $123 per acre. ' QUICKLY RELIEVED Miss Iona Dunn of has been the recent guest of Miss Eliza-- j bcth Doty, nnd was with them during! their recent trouble. j You'll And Sloan's Liniment V'i ccm' to Sam PANS Mrs. Ware of Birmingham Ala. and Miss Sallic Lou Myers of Lan-- I caster, have been visiting Mr. John Itoyston ami family. Mrs. Courtney Roberts who has been very ill with double pneumonia, wmcn followed tntluenia, is improving slowly. Her son was sick with fiu at the same time. The Ladies Working Society serv-e- d refreshments in honor' of Mrs. J. W. Mnhan last Wednesday. Mr. Mahan read a portion of rcripturej and made a good prayer nt the close of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Ityle Isom were in softens tho severe Dale 3f Broom Corn. beyond that obtain- schools. An ample of this commendable spirit oumes to the states relation MTlce In u ment field reiwrt from Alabama. One of my boys," writes the airetit In 'enter, n town In Cherokee county. ink made l(r. brooms from his corn. lie has sold CO at $1 each and has 00 more to make. The proceeds he will deote to his education ulone more ndvnncetl Hues." fro for education hie In tin- - rheumatic ache ( ij im j Don't ruh It In. Just let It tauirnie naturally. What ft sense of soothing relief soon follows! External aches, stiffness, soreness? cramped muscles, strained sine, back "cricks" those ailments can't Cght off the relieving qualities of Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient, economical. Ask any druggist for it-- rut it KmaunJnj on freely. 5 (W Always Welcome fi IJlJ MI CALUMET DAKINC ''Vou littl- rnoal-rJir- rd waitmsl W Ut cj,lts the ll wy. ciUnl rnuf llnhl. llKatue II III Hill I I isM POWDER tt H i faV MH J lu woik Nrvrr fatU. SVtrr iotnc. Ntrrf htik or lnati(lt It'i fciiin minutrs CalunvC rontain nd I knrt h pur ant whtvlnMnt. at oclr tif lnirmlrnt otltcikHr tb U S. Aulho'h Yei wrf ubm fvm buy sort trVx ym hw it IIIIIIHM III f 1 I I II f IIU II fflIIH IIP I ijH iHJHA TREATMENT OF HOG DISEASES Ailing Animals Should Bo Immtdlatcly Isolated In Clean Quarters highest itxm HlmBUj tfltlf sH uninfect fens. BIG PRICE HOUSE The 'Madison House SOME OF OUR LATEST SALES Pounds Average Amount Avbuckle and Hughes 1725 $76.25 $1,316.30 Coy and Shearer 5980 $58.76 $3,513.95 Lear and Mills, 2050 $65.09 $1,334.50 Still and Jenkins 5335 $45.61 $2,433.35 Mat Shearer. .,.6660. $58.52 $3,897.20 Stotts and Lowery, ..1115 $64.51 $ 719.25 We have plenty of room now and can unload you any time. Let us sell the remainder of your crop. We appreciate your patronage. Yours for HJghest prices, United States Depart ment or Agriculture.) As soon as sickness appears In the herd the unaffected boss should at once lie removed to clean, disinfected nuarters, preferably without much range, for by running over pastures they may come In contact with con taglon. Their feed should be carefully regulated and. If they have previously been on pasture, should Include some green feed, roots, or an abundance of klm milk. The quarters In which the sickness first appeared should be thoroughly cleaned, all bedding and rubbish burned, and loose boards and old par tltlons torn out and burned. If the pet) Is old, knock It to pieces and burn It. Disinfect pens nnd sleeping places, tiilOM alrHlafced lime on the flmirs und the cnrbolic-acisolution on the nails nnd ceilings. Whitewash everything. If a hog dies from any causo the car cass should never be exposed whore It may be devoured by the other hogs or by passing birds or beasts, but should be burned at ouco or burled deeply u ml the pens thoroughly ill. Infected Immediately. If possible, do not move tho rarcuiis from tho place where It falls; but If necesnry to do so tho ground over which It Is drugged should b dis infected. It Is not known positively how long the lru of hog cholera muy survive in the soil, but under favor-abl- n conditions It Is not unlikely that It may live In the ground for several months. Care should be taken to main tain n strict quarantine between the sick and healthy hogs. Tho same at tendant should not cam for both lots unU'ss he disinfects himself thoroughly lifter each visit to tho Infected hogs. Dogs fchould be confined uutll tho U stamped out. f he treatment of hogs suffering from diolera U uot mitlsfnctory nfter the Ulfuto has become well established tu a herd. The prevention of un out break by the use of untlhog-choler- u vaccination should be relied upon rather than the cure of sick aulinnls. trreDtrtd br ths It has been noticed II. nt parrots usually seise objects with tho left claw, and thut the linn tres the left paw when striking Its prey. A Man and the World. The uorld owes ymi nothing, unless by your own nihlevements yuu have made It your debtor. The man ho Imagines that the world owes hlra a lUIng has taken the first step toward knavery; the second step Is taken when he tries to collect the debt which Is not due him. The greuter his suc cess In this, the greuter thief he Is, If ho takes out of the world more than helin put Intii It. Lyman Abbott. Making of Hand Grenades. It has been found that one pound of ammonia will make It) hnnd grenades, Rubber In Auto Tires. Tho Amrrlriili nutomoblle public rails (or fcO,000 tons of India rubber for the manufacture of Us tires each year. Oarkest Just Before Dawn. It Is Just when n man gt down the lowest, nnd things look the darkest around him, that light breaks In and hope begins to live agnln. It. 1L I. Spasmodic S:rmcn. n n rich man d. ;rts this life without leaving n gmv a thrro Isn't WIS) muih l'nee Look for the Ltrge Chance. The opiKirtunlty that Is bigger than you ure cannot help jull, un matter how clime It comes. To do worth anything, a chance mut lit. Instead of simply waiting for jour opportunity, glow up to It. Dig peiiple do lint need to put up with small openings, mid little people find It llilposilhlo to llil big ones. If you ure growing ull the time, nnd tilling yoHVelf for the larger chances, )ou need not worry for fear they will fall tu present theuueU cj. on heirs. arlh irnon,'; tho war the mure om luut appreciate the fact that Victor Hugo's Immortal description of the Kittle of WiiterlixiWHS not written until lSdl, or 10 ycurs after It huppriictl, and tliuo hud beeu given for the dukt In kettle. It was 117 years after Waterloo that Tennyson wrote "llury tho'Crent Duko With an l.'mpliVs Ijimciitutlon." Tcolt Time to Prepare Work. The mure one reads of the great IP H n n " ii ir 31 IC USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the time to buy and save'money. fjuarantee cvery'car we sell. We MANURE OF BENEFIT TO CORN Average Increase of 10.4 Bushels Per Acre Secured During First Year of Application, The results of u large number of tests conducted by the University ot 10 18. Buick Roadster $1150.00 1915iBuick,'Nve passentjer 550.00 19160akland, five passenger 625.00 1916.;Overand, five passenger 600.00 Three 1,917 Fordsj$400., $425., $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. MADISON TOBACCO WAR'HSE E. DEATHRIDGE, Manager. Missouri College of Agriculture show that manure applied to corn luud un der Missouri condition at tho rate of eig'it touds per acre has given an average Increase of 10.4 bushles during the first season following Its application. At the present price of farm products this thouhl be sufficient reason for making a special effort to save every (on of manure produced on the farm. and to see that It Is returned to fhc field before the corn crop Is planted. The Danville Buick Do L. fl. CONN. Pt.prietor. Wlaut;Street. Danvllle,'.Kentucky. 31 IC 3CZ1IICZ1CZ3CZ1C The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 13, 1919. 1eKITCnm the flu. Home In one form or another la Ilia object of Ufa. It stands at the end of every day'a tabor and bckona O. Holland. ua to Ita boiom.-- J. SIX GOOD MY LADY INCOGNITO By MILDRED M. BASTION. ICofyrlahl, lilt, by MrCluro Syndicate.) - BUCKEYE from Mrs. A, C. Miles is suffering Ktrmptt coughing, eldcfly people are in no condition lo retiit diieaie, and can not eailly ward off more aerioua lickneit. FARMS. have for sale six good farms and can give immediate possession on any of them, one of 120 I Jack I'erry and Sllrlnin Kheltiy had gronn up together In the little Southern town a pin) mate. On the day when Jack had been aent North tn attend aeliiiol, and Inter college. It hnd been a aad and partlnir. I'or innliiR their Inlllnl on n tre In Ihe olil garden where they had apent mi many happy houra, Jnrk, made a aolemn proinlap tn, aome day In the neur future, return nml nmrry Miriam. Neither ntr forgot that prnmlMe. In New Vork aeieral jnrn Inter, .luck I'erry graduated from college llh honor', and therein begnn Ida career, froin nhlrh aoclnl nlTnlra were not barred, While a guoxt at a weekend pnrty he met the Only Olrl. She nun h voung and beniitlful nrtreaa of Siiulhern birth. ho bait recently come North anklnc fame and fnrlune. She Imiiieillately HDiulred both. Aa aoon na Jaik anw her lie fell In hue with her.Hut not olire did he forget Ida promIan to Miriam, whom he hnd not aeen ilnro Ida aad pnrtlng with her, nud of whiim he remembered nothing exiept that he hnd nlnnya been a pretty, agreeable ililld. Ttien came one day when he naked vlvaelnil" little Murlon Sleieii', tlie nitre, to become bla wife, anil ahe neeepled. A little Inter, tn a happy biirM of contldence be told her of bl mail proudv to hl childhood "llienrl. Hut he hulened to explain that anlcl promle could not In nny nny bind Idm to Miriam, and thnt he could eaally fix It up wllh her nnd he would undrtnnd It nil perfectly, lie rave a aelt. nurcd liiush a' he aald thla laat. Hut Mla Steena" pretty face ilarkeneil wllh illapleaaure aa d Then ahe ahe lltenel to Jack. to glxe him her candid opinion of Id nellona, whlih opinion wna Indeed unflattering. d her aetildlng by telling She htm to g bark tiumedlnlely to the ' girl tn whom he had given ftrt choice of bla benrt. Jack remnnatnited, but ahe refued lo llaten and at lat he grunddlngly ohejed. Thu It waa that a eek later found Jark en route for Ihe South, Ml Slexena baling Ifft for jairta unknown a few ilu)a before. Manlike he trliil to eomfort hlinaelf by the thought thnt Miriam, hla flrat choice, might Kill be ery attractive, and might not regret Hilt aomehow lu- - could Hint choice. not rid blmelf of the plrture of Mar-UStevena wllh her Wealth of golden That behair and her large blue witching; picture continued to llnzer In hla young heart. It waa with n algli that h dearended at langth to the rlntform of the dusty Utile tatlon in hla home town and looked about for Miriam and aome aort of conveyance. He expected, to aee n graceful, flowere like creature glide out Into the to greet him. lie gave n atart nf .urprl.e when he aaw Inatead the .lately-ol- d twohore carriage, drlen by an ol.l darkey. On the back aent of Ihe conveyance he anw a small, prim, old fa.bloned girl. She wore n plain gray drea and her ahoea were brond of toe and low of heel. On the top of her jellow hair, )lilch wna parted In the middle and drawn tightly back from tier forhead tn Vno long, jellow braid waa perched n aniall, hat. Her fenturea, especially her ejea, were dlaflgureil by large dark Instinctively Jack knew this glaaaea. wna Miriam, nnd hla heart rank. One day, thinking tn draw her out of her ahell of cold reaene, Jack offered to tnke Miriam for n ride In the one automobile thnt the town e They were apeedlng nlong of the town when Jack, for the Inflrt lime heard Ida companion dulge In a long, allvery laugh. Startled, he looked nt her, meanwhile forgetting to ieer In hla aurprte. Ho drove the car Urnlght Into the foot of a tree, the Impart knocking them both from (he car. badly ahaken but unhurt. Jark hla feet flrt and croased to hla companion to help her but ahe wna g aafe and aouiol; In fact, ahe waa on the ground, her body ahnklng laughter. Jack with uncontrollable almply atared nt the change that hud taken place In her, for her disfiguring; glaaaea had fallen off, allowing her frank blue eyca tn an advantage, anil her looaenod hair had fallen about her ehnuldera In n catcade of golden Jack recognlied In Miriam the girl who wna known tn New York na Marlon Steiena, and cried out her name. Hut the girl on the ground shook her pretty head, sajlng: "No; here I'm Jut plain Miriam Shelby, nl though I wns known by that other name up North. You sco," ahe mid. rilng and coming toward htm, "when I wna of age, I attended n school cf dramatic art, and Inter, with a recommendation of paat successes In buck of me, I atarted out seeking more fame, and I met you. I recognlied jou Immediately, though you didn't remember me, I guess. When I heard jour veralon of your primiUe to poor deluded me, and how confidently you expected everything to turn out for jour own benefit, anil thought all could be easily fixed up with 'Miriam,' and thnt you would enjoy yourself here and then return to jour 'Marlon,' I determined tn use my art In teaching ycu n leiaon, by upacttlng your state nf mind for the time being. So, here I am," she finished. "Well, you certainly turned the trick of frightening' me somewhat," Jack grinned with u algli ot relief as he took Miriam In his arms. Their alienee on the return trip that efternooji was not, as before, one ot . cold rew rve. Don't Cough Until Weak Tlrd out and weakened wllh perili-le- rt Mr. J. N. Tenter and Mrs. T. O. Hill still continue ill at their homos. Miss Inez Ray of Richmond Norwith her parmal spent tho week-en- d nt ents. GOOD Foley's HoneyUui htlrw eoujjtis qulcklr. It brfni quick relief from dtjr and night coughi, whether they result from cold, Igrippe, bron chill affection or tickling throat Mrs. Mir? KUby, n c tier r l'tv of Sfvkifi. i Ave , writes. "I Willi, 3SU d bal a v?ry kk la bd with Itirtppc rrmlh I thru(M ll fracJ tim lo ty Honey anj Tar, to tafo llln lr It Hopped wy coaih,anr rt lrtrr. Sn an- I tm round the nevisr ililn. I mm 15 yert rIJ, anct at tool i I live will praite l olcy lloocy aud Tar." t! STORMES DRUG STORE. DRADSMAW MILU i acres with good improvements at $ 25; one of 53 acres for five thousand, a bargain; one of Ida for 3,000 improvements worth 3500; one of d5a at 25, good improvements suitable for tobacco; one jim dandy farm 42 a 1 Mr. S. N, Sumlcrs spent Friday , with Mr. Jnmea I'ruilt. Miss Runic Loiik of Cottonburg lias been n visitor of Miaa Mnttie Bolton. Miss .Mnttie llolton entertained n number of young friends Wednesday night. Luther Wilson Prewitt son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. I'rewitt la ill with ncaslea. . Mr. tllufcrd Scbnatinn of Iowa is viaiting; Ids parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. It. Sebastian. The family of Mr. I'hilip Moore ore impruvinR from flu, with the exception of Mrs. Moore. N'tws lins been received here of the doHth of Mr. Sie Asbill of White Hall 1 $3,500. See me at oncef you want a bargain in one of these. Lots of other" farms but not for Immediate possession. Write me your wants. If yon want $20,000, $30,000 or $40,000 farm Ive get 'em. well improved, if sold quick for Kj'.. i brjther of 'Mrj. S. N. Sanders. Mivs Mnttie llolton returned home with Miaa Susie Long of Cottonburs, i.ikI will l,c lier cuest for rtvernl daj-- s Mr. James I'ruilt bought a part of S. Sander's farm he hud recently purc'msed from .Mr. Floyd .Mr. Snj'der Mr. ami Mrs. Hurton-Sanders little daughter, Klizabeth spent and Fri-dn- y W. T. King, Lancaster, Ky. DR. M. E. KING, M. D. And night with Mrs. KoberU ami Mr. Henderson of New by Ky. Messrs Clay and Jim Hardin had the misfortune to have their house burn down Thursday afternoon, noth ing wna saved ns the family were nil out on the farm at work at tobacco beds. ee. Messrs Mai Carter nnd (leorge liny Lexington Inst week with, In aplte of the fact that wheat la were in given ua freel)-- , the thinking houac- - their tobacco. wlfe will .try tn conserve Mr. i.nd Mrs. T. C. Jsnkins were It aa much' na possible, week end guests of her parcntr, Mr. as well ns anting fata, nnd Mrs. T. O. II Hi. meats and augnr. With Messrs W. II. Gulley nnd I!. II. tho thousands of starving people abroad there Brown, were in London Friday ami la nothing else ot audi Saturday on business. Importnnce with us, for Messrs Howard and Mason Ilcn-dre- n they must be fed, and of Mnoison visitsd Messrs Hiram largely by America. Oscar Carter recently. Cottage Cheeaa and and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dufhim nf Peanut Loaf Mix together thoroughwith her ly one cupful of cooked cereal, ono n.inville spent last week brother, Mr. and Mr S. N. Morf-r.- l. cupful of fine bread crumbs, two a of peanut butter, half Mrs. Wm. Smith nnd son Robert cupful of chopped mils, one Lcota nnd little grand-daughteof egetablc oil or cream, firiggs visited Mrs. W. II. Gultey retenspoontul of salt, half n , one-hateaspoonful of paprika, one fourth of cently. i Mrs. G. M. Hendrcn who has been a teaspoonful of soda, half a tenspoon-fi- d suffering with pneumonia is nble to of thyme, one-ha- lf of onion Juice, one tublespoonful of be out ngain her many friends will be powdered celery leaves and a tea- glad to know. sauce. I spoonful of Worcestershire .Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Tcatcr Mix Into a compact loaf and bake In n pan of boiling water set Into the and Misses Snllic Lou and Ethel Rny oven. Hake n half hour, or until 'spent Thursday with Mrs. L.'L. San brown. Serve hot with tomato snuiv. ders nt Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Luyton were gucits Oat Flour and Wheat Biscuit. Sift together one cupfid each of oat Saturday night of her parents, Mr. flour and wheat flour, half n teaspoonand Mrs. L. F. Brown and spent Sunful of salt nnd four tcnspoonfuls of day of Miss Rosa Ray. linking powder; add the oat Hour that Rev. D. F. Sebastian tilled his regdoes not pass the sieve to the sifted material; put In two tnblesponnfuls ular appointment here Saturday ami of shortening and mix to a soft dough Sunday and wns the guest of his parof a cup- ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomps Sebastian, with skim milk. Two-thlrd- a ful will be needed. Turn with a knife pnt and roll Into n on n floured hoard; Power of Sympathy. sheet with n rolling pin; cut In rounds There U a wonderful power In sym-pet'and bake. to open and display the hidden Cottage Cheese Dressing Mix to- rb l.ness of a man's own seemingly nar- gether two tcas;ioonfuls of flour, one i ow life. Phillips Brooks, teaspoonful each of salt, mtiatnrd nnd pnprlkn; add three tnblespnonfuls of Wonderful Miniature Motor. milk nnd mix tn a smooth paste; pour A miniature electrle motor Is de- five tablespnnnfuls nf hot milk, stir rorlued n weighing only 150 grains, on until smooth then cook over boiling J nml as being Inclosed In a shell about water until It thickens; cover and let nn Inch nnd n hfllf long nnd nn Inch cook ten minutes. Kent one egg, add nnd it quarter In diameter. The shaft a tablespoonful of honey, nnd mix la designed especially for holding tools well; stir Into the hot mixture. When cf dentists or surgeons, but It may be the egg Is cooked, gradually bent In lued for fine drills for mctalx or gems, four tnblespoonfuls of mild vinegar; ' or for other similar purpose. Tho removo from the heat and nfld two motor Is driven nt a minimum rate of tablespoonfuls of butter or other fat. about 5.0HO revolutions per minute, When cold and ready to use, beat In nnd Is adapted for use with either dione cup of cnttngc cheese and one cup-f- rect or alternating current. of beaten cream. AND ECONOMICAL FOOD. Announcrt Tht Rsmoval Prom taoa 510 wllhln which w taurine th lw IH. trill rare-frt- a tt has urelr an.t Tha tnasnltud and Imiwrunc ot tlx of reconstruction of lh worM'a tern m.ntal and malarial fabr too meat fer sanlal toltra-lio- n ric paat. o' In lh In the future. the m.ntal hill' or tha rnJihrlft of n. lh.r arlll ba no audi tolsr-rlitime. )! nr aln OUILDINO STARK Louisville, Ky. Ofnct Hour. 10 10 1 and 4 to 7. Onco Phont City Mi. Hit wcst Broadway T Of Ofric The Bi g l'ruM.nl llofslns. "with twin coursing down her brow." Imagination can only picture u trapeze performer doing the weep wllh her other net. Huston Transcript. An Indiana paper tells of n woman Head Down. Home House AT RICHMOND, KY. CHOICE DISHES. In hotels where beef tenderloins are cut Inln aleaka or trimmed for mast a ing. I"" uiiH ml are used for Snll-btir- y ateak. In the home audi llieilt la t"H ho ti buy for "chopping, ao lhi tenderer portions uf the rouml ht used. The ment In put through cutter or tho Duct scraped, carefully, flrat on one aldo tticn on the For each pound ' prepared other. iouiuI of beef most, tako marrow; crush Uie marrow and mix It evenly through tho ment, then for ench iounil of tlie prepared ment mix cupful of In very gradually one-hacohl water. I'reaa Into shape, hut not Keep thu odgo a too compactly. thick ns tho center so thnt they will cook evenly. Hroll ner coals or In n gas row, or pan hroll In n very hot frjlng jinn. Let tho meat cook tuvnno aide till n drop of ment Julco appear on tho top, then turn at onco to cook on tho other side. Servo with hrolled hacon nml French frleJ potatoes. Mexican Him. Taliu n sllco,of hum 2V4 Inchea thick; ruh Into It one small tiaioonful of mustard nnd n of brown sugnr. Lay tho ham In bottom of n casserole, l'aro and allco sufficient potatoes for tho fnmlly . and cover to mo iiepin 01 - wr o iuvih-iDot with bits of butter substitute tho ham has n thick edgo ot fat. Sprlnkla with pepper nml cover with milk, much llko cacolloped potatoes. Set In tho oven and bako far two houra. 8panlah Steak. Tuko a allco of round atcak 2 Inchea thtck. (Ireuso a pan or casscrolo and placo steak In the bottom of the dlah. SIlco onlona to the depth of an Inch and flntah with thinly-allcc- d potatoes 2 or 3 Inches deep. Dot with sweet fat J eprlnklo with salt and pepper and cover with milk, ltako In a moderate oven two hours. Tomatoes may be used for variety In place of the milk. Theao dishes are favored for tho busy day, as the vegetables and meat aro all cooked together and ready to serve. 3ii Hereford, Angus and Shorthon Stcera (or Sale. (OD Weight Inlrrwi nif )ur wiiwi Fairfield, Iowa HARRY I. DALL. II li I.Me Dm. Choice ciuallty 1 nll' Great and Small Mini.. If )oii wniild utanil well wllh :i srent mind lento him with u itimruMe 111 lie of ymiiM'lf; If with mind, leave him with n 'n'oralile opinion of hlimelf. Colerldce. Goes Over The Top for the highest average ever on' in Richmond market. Also the record price on a basket out of tlie crop of J. M. Broaddus for $1.00 per pounds We sold on our Tuesday's sale 45,915 for E$l 9,808.97, an average of $43.19--th- e record.j Below are seme of the crops' on Tuesday's sale." We are getting this price for your neighbor, why not you. Bring your load in. N - resssBasaacsfwut Why Suffer? V Mrs. J. A. Cox, olAI-derso- n, W. Vs., writes; "My d.tu-hl- cr ... terribly. She could not turn In bed . . . the doctors pvc tier up, Ctnl we brought tier home to die. She lud eulfeicd so much nt . . . l!rr.c. Having heard cf Cardul, we KOtltforlicr." J. M. Broaddus sold 680 lbs at average of $80.20 Gibson & Rogers sold 1855 lbs at avr of. $72.84 ,W. -- J. Moberly sold 1095 lbs at average of $74.73 . Tho Woman's Tonic YA "In a law days, rhe began lo Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and we sine its praises everywhere." Wc receive many thousands ot similar letters every year, telling ol the Rood Cardul has done lor' women who sutler front complaints so common to their sex. It should do ,00' ' Ray Moberly sold 1035 lbs at average of. $71.48 East and Prewitt sold 1 160 lbs at avr of . .$76.76 fit HOME TOBACCO WHSE Richmond.' Kentucky, The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 13, 1919. JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION. The UnlteJ SUtes Civil Service Commission lias announced an examination for the County of Garrard, to be held nt Lancaster, Ky on March 8th, 1910, to fill the position of rurat carrier at Lancaster and vacancies that may Inter occur on rural routes from other post offices in the above mentioned county. The examine Hon will be open only to male citizens who are actually domiciled in the ter ritory of n post office in the county and who meet the other requirements set forth In Form No. 1077. This form and application blanks may be obtained from the offices mentioned above' or from the United States Civil Service Commission at Washington, D. C. Applications should be forwarded to the Commission at Washington nt the he Is eligible. Admission of women to this exam' (nation will be limited to thoso who are unmarried nnd to the wives of soldiers nnd sailors serving In the present war. Classified Column RATES i LIST OF DOG LICENSES. The following Is a list of owners of dogs, and number of dogs licensed by each, ns shown by the records In my 1 9 10. office, on Feby. J, II. BOURNE, Clerk, AHfAN WIRE FENCE Speaking of Kings. THE BEST FENCE MADE. NewAmericanCbmbinatkm Fence IS A WONDER AS A LINE FENCE NO HARD FEELINGS BET.WEEN NEIGHBORS . assassassassassassassasassa i it a L. n- l mil rer devised. Full sise wire. ' fence problem! once for all. Close mesh up to 20 Inches makes it hog-tigIt givtj you a higher end more rods offence at satr.j cost. It Is the most economical fence It is made of the same In(.' quality steel and Improved galvanizing- Full weight. Full length cf rolls. Look for the sign: THIS new, doubt service ftnce tolvn earliest practicable date. The vacancy for which this examination Is announced is caused by the enlistment of the carrier formerly employed on the route. Upon his honorable discharge from the military service of the Government he will be entitled to reinstatement to his former position as carrier on this route in accordance with the statute approved July 28, 1910, which is as follows : "Any postal employee who has entered the military service of the M.J. b, United States or who shall hereafter AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE COMPANY enter it shall, upon being honorably For SmU bjr discharged therefrom, be permitted to resume his position in the postal department which he left to enter such service." However, any person appointed to this position may, in the discretion of Prevents Cracking. The Way Out. If n man or a machine la unable to When pouring boiling milk or water the Post Office Department, be asnrcoiiipttih a task It should lie turned in a tumbler or class (llh stand the signed to other parts of the postal over In n woman nnil a hairpin. Lon- tumbler or class on a knife unJ the service; or transfcrcd to other branchglass will nelttier break or crick. don Answers. es of the classified ccrvicc for which American Fence. Haselden Brothers IT IS ONLY IN THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L That You Can Read About THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, as covered by the great Associated Press, The New York Times' special cable and wireless service, and Arthur B. Krock, The Courier-Journal- 's Editorial Manager, sent to Paris as a special staff correspondent. CONGRESS AND NATIONAL POLITICS, covered at Washington by Associated Press and by Tom Wallace, an Associate Editor of The Courier-Journa- l, and Morton M. Milford, staff correspondents. NEWS OF AMERICA AND THE WORLD, covered by Associated Press and an army of special representatives. KENTUCKY AND INDIANA AFFAIRS, reported each day fully and interestingly by special correspondents. 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And out of It all must come even tually a greater respect in the heart of kings for the rights of their sub jects. A wiping out of absolute mon archy and the oppressions and extor tions that have stood second in the list of divine rights. Incidentally a boom for the form of government planned and so ably executed under the direction of Uncle Sam. It may be some little while delayed but one of there days sooner or later, kingdoms and principalities and mon archies are going to be tossed finally and completely into the discard. Folks are going to rule themselves. Governments are going to be representative. Might isn't going to keep on forever being right. Uncle Sam is largely responsible for this. It has cost us something like 120,000,000,000 to teach the world its lessgh. It will cost'us another eight or ten billion to complete. But to the world, to us, to humanity in general, it is a bargain. For it was a freeman who said "Give me liberty or give me death". Every free man echoes that senti Dig and little some fifteen or twrn ty rulers by divine right, from abso lute monnrchs nil the way down tho line to grand dukes, have been kicked B off their thrones during the past two 5 years. It has been a period of extreme un g easiness for the heads that wore l!w jtK.ootctiC)OC Single Insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 30e in this column. N'o ads in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. riione orders must be paid promptly. lit By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. (Continued from 4th Page) 1. xxxiOooorjexxBt Silas Simpson, Camp Nelson, 1. Jomes Simpson, Camp Nelson, 1, L N. Elmore, Lancaster, FOR SALE: One thousand Piano Will Dunn, Lancaster, 1. Music Rolls. W. J. Romans. James Eason, Ijtncaster, I. Charlie Grow, Lancaster, R3., 1. FOR KENT: -- Nice large unfur-- J Mark Watklns, Conway, Ky., 1, R. Harris. S. II. Umb. Crab Orchard, 1. nished room. It. U Cox, Paint Lick, 1. FOR SALE One 240 egg Warsaw James A. Todd, Paint Lick, 1, Incubator, call, Mrs J. K. Sanders, Rirhnrd Watson, Paint Lick, 1. Lick, 1, Hubble, Ky. Andrew Faulkner, Paint 1. John Rogers, Paint Lick, Mack, FOR SALEi -- Six head of good Todd Mark, Paint Lick, 1.1. Wm. Paint Lick. work horses. J. W. Hill. Wm. O. takes, Lancaster, 1, :M3.3t-pd- . Point Lcavelt, Ky. Millard Graham. BryanUville, 1. Hock Jones, llryantavillr, 1, Old Rugs, Carpets and Clothing Fannie Hawley, Paint Lick, I. N. II. GatTney, Crab Orchard, 1. make beautiful NEW RUGS. Call phone 397. Miss Fannie Bishop. Willie C Gatfney, Crab Orchard, 1. Dan Gayhart, Lancaster, R3., 2. Prentice Walker. Lancaster. R3.. 1. Abe Burton, Lancaster, R3., I. FOR SALE: White Wyandotte J. M. lidwards, Marrellua. I, Roosters, nt 11.50 each. Luther Ilunlcttr. Lnnroster, 1. Smiley ttV.ker, Lancaster, 1. Robert, Fox, Star Route, tanenster, Ky. Edd Perkins, Lancaster, I. Mosi HumpnrF), Lancniter ,1(3., I. J. M. Metcalf, Surveyor. 25 years Tom Stewnil, Lan. Star R. 1. Adxms, Uncaster SUr B. experience, lllue prints furnished. JoeF.HrJn.inett, Ijincmtpr, I, It. All rails answered promptly, l'hone Walter Reynolds, Ijincastrr, 1. 185, Stanford. Ky. 1. G. W. York. Boone, Ky. Grant Anderson, Lancaster, 1. FOR SALE: 400 bates of good John Bess, Crab Orchard, 1, Tom Evans, Marccllus, 1. timothy clover mixed hay. l'hone Clark I'rather, Marccllus, 1. Frank Phillips, Stanford, or Arthur Tudor, Paint Lick, I. Mrs. Emma Daniel, tf. Ilamp Hensley, Paint Lick, 1. Hugh S. Knicht. Camn Nelson. 1. SALESMEN WANTED to solicit Jammie Knight, Camp Nelson, 1. orders for lubricating oils, greases Alfred lemple, Lamp .Nelson, I. Salary or Commission Bud Pollard, Lancaster, I. nd paints. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO., Marion Wells, Cartersvllle, I. Ellen Ready, Cleveland, Ohio. It. pd. N. J, Gosney, Marcellus, 1. 1. Ijinraster, Alfred Poynter. It3., We will pay a straight salary of Olhe Johnson, Stanford, lit.. 1. $35.00 per week for man or woman Andrew Huffman, Bourne. 1. with rig to introduce Eureka Poultry Walker licit. Lancaster. 1. Thomas Ttissey, Kirksvitle, I. Six months contract. Mixture. Alary Uroaddus. ralnt I.irk. 1. Eureka Mfg. Co., Alex Ross. Kirksvitle, 1. East St. Louis, Illinois. nailer rielley. Lancaster. I. -1 lt-p- g Parker Jenkins, Lancaster, I. 1. FOR SALE: My farm of 201 acres, on Lexngton pike, well im proved, splendid duelling, 12 acre ment today. tobacco barn, all in grass. High Let every free man support it with state of cultivation. Possession imhis dollars In the coming Victory-Libert- y Ashby Arnold. mediately. Loan. Unci Eben. "!! the time n man has lived lon enough to know how to give uilvlcc,' Good white oak Lumber in stock. mill Uncle Eben. "tie's dufie lived Ion Virgin timber. Hills cut on short enough to know tint 'tain' no use notice. Carter and Pitts. wastlu' de time." 30-7- t. Cartervllle, Ky. For Sale Pull applanation. Arnold could not bear to have anything that smsrked of femininity ap plied to himself or his tiny baby brother. One day Arnold was keeping bis eye on the baby carriage while the mother stepped Into the apartment. A woman passing looked Into the car tage find c the Infunt said: "Isn't she a sweet child l" Arnold, Indignant, replied : "He ain't no she; It's a him." PUBLIC, SALE. As agent for G. C. Walker, I will on SATURDAY, FEB. 15th, 1919, At ten oclock A. M., ssl! 44.0 acres of land on Kemper Lane. Good tobacco and corn land and four room house on same. Possession March lit, 1010, Liberal Terms. W. T. KING. Aaron Smith, Marcellus, 1. Clate Humphre y. Bourne, 1, Aaron C. Smith, Marcellus, 1, Alice Malear. Lancaster. 1. J. Davis. Carterville, 1, James Bolton, Lancaster, 1. W. N. Vanwlnkle. Paint Lick, R. I. 1. J. B. Tarks, Paint Lick. 1. E. I. Woods, Taint Uck. 1. Price Gray. Crab Orchard R.2.. 1. J. M. Smith. Paint Uck. 1. W. 11. Smith, ralnt Lick. 1. John Huffman, Lancaster, 1. Mr. Holman. Lanraiter. It. a. 1. Joe Holman, Lancaster R. 3., 1. it. r.. nenry, Lancaster, 1. W, M. Ferguson, Cartcrsville, 1, Ike Hampton, Crab Orchard, 1. R. M. McQuerry, Paint Lick, 1. i E. D. Cook, Paint Lick. 2. Earl Long. Lancaster. R 3.. 1. Jim Hunt, Paint Lick, 3. Mrs. Florence Ballard, BryanUville 2. James Walker, Lancaster, 1. Preachertville. Sow Sweet Clover. iiounsneii, cartersvllle, 1. John Cornett, Paint Uck, 1. Andrew Johnson, Crab Orchard 1. Willie Tankersley, Crab Orchard, I. Wm. Tusaey, Paint Uck. 1. William M. Faulkner, rt Uck. 2. Jake White. Paint Lick. 1. r.uxa A. Todd, ralnt Lick, 1. Mrs. Bill Rosa. Paint Lick. 1. Charles Dunn, Bryantsville, 1. u. . Better than red clover, and $8 to Mr. John Kennedy continues quite Direct from $10 per bu. cheaper. ill. grower. Unhulled, hulled, and specSunday School at this place is pro ial scarified seed; prompt germination gressing nicely. Prices and circulars free. Also prices Miss Grade Lee Anderson has been on honey. JOHN A SIIEEHAN, Falmouth, Ky. quite sick for a few days. It. F. D. No. 4. Born to the wife of Mr. Green Sut ton, a son, christened O. II. Mr. William Elmore has returned home after several months stay in IMIIIIIIWIMIIIIMHIM THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L And THE CENTRAL RECORD In Combination by mail for only one year at only $6.00 Regular Subscription Prices are ' Ohio. Misses Lillie nnd Essie Dallard are visiting their grand-motheMrs. II. T. Lunsford. Miss Iva Thompson entertained u number of her friends at her home DR. Saturday night. A puy school ope ned at the school J. W. Weber Chiropodist THE DAILY COURIER JOURNAL $5.00 THE CENTRAL RECORD $1.50 By taking difference, SO cents. (This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions to either paper, but only to persons living in Kentucky or within 150 miles of Louisville, in other States.) If already you are a subscriber to The Central Record or The Courier-Journ- al you may take advantage of this offer just the same. By paying the combination price now, you can have your present subscription to either or both papers extended a full year beyond the present expiration dates. If you prefer an evening newspaper you may substitute The Louisville Evening Times for the Morning Courier-Journat the same rate. with the Daily Courier-JournIf you wish the big Sunday Courier-Journcosts add $2.60. At single copy retail price The Sunday Courier-Journfor one year ?3.G4. You save $1.14 by ordering The Sunday Courier-Journwith this combination. Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of al al al al al advantage of this combination price arrangement you save the morning, Miss house here Monday Rachel Foley, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Chas II. Ballard spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Uallard. Miss Flora Jones of 'near Lexing guest of Misses ton, was the week-en- d Carrie and Grace Anderson. Miss Wilmn Sutton of near Crab Orchard was the attractive guest of her friend Miss Essie Ballard. Mrs. F. F, Parks was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ross, In the Flat wood section of the county. Itev, Greer preached several sermons ut the M. H, church this week, which was very much enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lunsford and little daughter, Florence, have about recovered from a severe attack of the flu. A call meeting was held at the Baptist church Saturday, Rev. A, C, Baird was called to be the pastor for FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office G. B. Todd, Taint Lick, 1. Tom Allen. Paint Uck, 1. Stallard Hill, Lancaster, Star R. 1. Milton Ross, Lancaster, RL, 1. O. M. Moreland. Ijin Kinr n l John Payne. Marcellus,. 1, At.i-i- iT rM. ....... . rtiuriuge, uincasicr, 1, ... uruwn, rami i.ick, I. .v. J"'"' F. M. Murnhv. Lunrntfr 1 Dr. Price, Stanford, Rl., 1, Herbert Taylor. .Mnrcplln. t. J. E. Adams, Ijinrnster, 1. oiiiiiu uuucuii, uuena vista, I, I amnion Siaten. Mnrr,.iii. John Million. Paint Uck, 1. ' ' oum nunn, ainrrejius, I. Eugene Segar, Marccllus, 1. Andrew Payne, Marcellus, I, Harry Jackson, Marcellus, 1. Lurk Lnwsoii. Paint I.lrk. t Floyd Simpson, Cartersvllle, 1. Joe Ray, Cartersvllle, 1. Andrew Crank. Judson. 1. Joe Mullins, Iluena Vista, 2. Anion Hall. Lancaster. 113.. '. Joe Anderson. IjinrmtiT. I!L I. Joe Anderson, Jr., Lancaster, R2, Frank Arnold, 1. i. nenry, Lancaster, I. Alfred Tankersley, Paint Lick, 1. Grover Gastinrau, Paint Lick, R2. Mary S. Gastinean. l'alnt Lick. If Jesse Sadler, Lancaster, 1. Joe Green, Lancaster, I. Itaymond Davis, Lancaster R3., 1, George Thompson. Ilrvunl.vliu l John W. Anderson, Hedgcvillc, 1. Jake Dunn, Jr., Lancaster, 1, u. r. awope, uryantsvllle, 1. Earl Holman, Lancaster, R3., 1, Lynn Clark, Lancaster, 1, Rollie Simpson, Lancaster, Rl, 1. Henley V. Bastln, Lancaster. 1. Adolph Joseph, Lancaster, 1, David Stevens. Stanfonl. IM 1 1. 1 1 Hunn Htofse Grant Sanders, Bradshaw Mill, 1. Joo Kelley, Lancaster, 1. ' tM,o,lly,t0n' Uuicaster, Rl. 1. ii. a. oeuiuwan, Lancaster, Kl, 3. Mattlo Grant, Lancaster, 1. B. W. Hughes, Lancaster, 1. STANFORD, KY., THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY the present year. We are clad to know that Howard Holtzclaw has returned home after being on active service with the A. E. F., for several months. 'Every day y except Moaday id Thursday i..E.nK,1h Dunn- - Marcellus, 2. Bill Floyd. Marcellus, 1. KENNEL LICENSES. George Burton, Lancaster, K3. 4. W. II. Beazley, Lancaster, R3. 10 iiayoen Leaven, Lancaster, 23 I. F. Pruitt, Lancaster, 10 Walker and Huyler. Paint Uck, 12 J. E. Taylor, Lancaster, 8 R. J. Walker, Paint Lick, 4.