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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 20, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919022001_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 20, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YKAX LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 20. 1919. NUMBER 47. The grrnt Seattle strike wake no lilt" In Seattle. "don' Hut what a dear little sweet littl tractable wnnl Turkey would bo! All Hanks will be closed Sntunlny, February 22, Washington's birthday Car Load of eood sound Yellow Corn at $1.SS pel bushel. Garrard Milling Co, ABERDEEN-ANGU- S ASSESSMENT BEN GRIMES HAPPY BOY. Large Increase. Cattle Demonstration Admitted To Bond In J. O. Bogie, Enjoying Shows Recapitulation Comon the Square In Lan Sttm of Three Thou New Chair. pleted by County caster, Saturday sand Dollars. Little J, O. Bogie wns the recipient of n handsome rolling chair given Clerk Bourne. Tho exnmlnlng trial of Den Grimes. him by his Afternoon. numerous friends nnd County Clerk J. II. Bourne nnd his deputies have Just completed nnd sent to the Hoard at Frankfort, the recapitulation of tho tax books ef Garrard county. The totnl assessment for the county is $12,905,320.00, which amount Is nbout three million dollars more than the total assessment last year, after the raise had been made by the county supervisors. In view of the above fact It is not thought that the state authorities wilt make nny material raise, since such a substantial raise was made by the Tax Commissioner over last year. The ntsessmcnt of all lands in the county Is fixed nt 18,208,494, a raise from last ear of nearly two million dollars. The Improvements on this land is assessed nt $1,389,016, value of town lots and Improvements, $771,340; value of goods and mdse, $274,203; Agricultural products on hand July 1st, 1918, $108,530; there are 308 automobiles in the county valued at $144,840; fowls, $08,057; ewelry, $20,351; Musical Instruments live stock, $34,801; $1,2UI,083; notes and money, $1,495,257; Bees, $3,553; number of polls listed, 30 an increase of several hundred Totnl exemptions $452,750, while last year the exemptions totaled $208,000, barged with tho killing of his nephew I), Brudshnw wilt have on the Jnmcs Grimes at the home of Mrs, square Saturday afternoon, four head Alice Pollard, In thU city, on the of scarlinc Aberdeen-Angu- s cattle to night tf the 8th, inst, was held be show Garrard County friends what fore Judge Starp Monday. Crime! can be accomplished with a little feed was held to await the action of the when put In pure blood Angus. grand Jury under three thousand dol The four head consist of 3 yearling lnrs bond, which ho gave and was reheifers nnd one yearling bull. The leased from custody. The dcfcnsi 3 heifers will go to Louisville for the did not Introduce nny testimony, nnd Angus Sale, the evidence offered by tho Common "Kentucky Round-up- " Feb. 20, put on by members of The wealth wns nboi:t the same as that Kentucky Pure Bred Association. deduced ut the Coroners Inquest. The yearling bull will be sold Court It appears that Jee Killion, Hen, Day, Feb. 24th, on the Square in Lan derson Coins, T J. Huffman nnd Lish caster, at 11 o'clock. Adams were returning from Lcxing Pedigree of this bull is In this issue ton in an automobile and were Joined of the Record. at Brynntsvillc by Ben Grimes; upon reaching Iincaster, Ben Grimes repaired to the home of Mrs. Alice Pol lard. Will West and Lish Adams, Dr. J. J. Byrne, Danville's noted who were eye witnesses to the killing optometrist will make his next trip to testified that Jim Grimes came to the Lancaster the second week in March, house nnd was admitted, that he sat 10th to lfith. Office at Kcngarlan down before the fire nnd removed one Hotel. of his gloves, remarking that "I have been treated dirty", at the same time dropping his hand to his side, when the fatal shot was fired. Plain rings arc extremely fashion It is not known as yet what the i.blc at this season of the year when plea of Grimes will be, as the defense the soil is very loose. A good plain ring well fixed in every pig's nose will has not as yet shown its hnnd. save many dollars' worth of fertility from going down the creek. A. McQUERRY. Relatives and friends were deeply grieved on last Tuesday morning, February 11th when they learned of the death of Mr. Joe McQuerry and littlo baby, which occurred at their home on the Sugar Creek pike. Mr. McQuerry and the little one were stricken with influenza nnd a few days later pneumonia developed, which caused their death. Mr. McQuerry was a good man, and will be greatly missed, not only by his devoted family, but by Ids neighbors and friends as well. He leaves to mourn his untimely end, a wife and four children, nnd his aged parents, three brothers and at Op.r "Drakan Ties" Strang and interesting pie llout tur. The only entertainment left to the German crown prince in his banish ment U the fun of trying to tret divorce. When the price of butter and egg goes down do you suppose that tho cow and the hen feel if they were losing caste? Will the Pence Conference after 'resident Wilton's departure be sonio thine like the play of Hamlet with Hamlet left out? Germany finds Uiat it Is one thing to approve of Bolshevism In Russia nnd another to be satisfied with the article. home-made now glides around the city with the case and dexterity of n blrdman. He Is the happiest boy in town and Is deeply grateful to Ids friends who have remembered him so handsomely, Card of Thanks. I desire to Here In March. Turkey has made application to be placed under the guardianship of Uncle Sam. What Turkey needs is n guard, not a guardian. Our philosopher says: Keed the fields Just as carefully as you do your cattle an your horses on your farm'll always be sleek an fat. Rings Are Fashionable. Either an Irishman or nn I. W. W. '4pjnvc; uo 'Xpauiuios f ujfd would upset the world to get what he loves best. The Irishman adores Pl 'IH ul NIUVIO 3HUVIID P" fight, the I. W. W. a strike. ti p;pudf y 'vuivjq Oipj 4vd Our philosopher says: llowkins says Mrs. J. O. Bogie will serve a good our new county agent can't tell him anything about farmln' na ho'a nl dinner to the court day crowd, nt he home on Richmond street, two doors ready wore out three farms. below the Baptist church. You arc Hospital farms operated by the sure of n good dinner if you go. lied Cross at 20 French base hospitals Besides the doien canteens already aided the recovery of thousands of in operation, five dining rooms open convalescent American soldiers. ed by tl.e Red Cross in Paris provide It is to be feared that we shall be meals at all hours of the day or night come a luxurious nation again now for American or Allied soldiers. that we can be fed with wheat bread and warmed with anthracite coal, There is no scarcity of advice for Congress the railroad problems. When we realise the present crying pondering over fourteen different need for reconstruction In every line solutions that have been otferrd. But we sometimes wonder If wc were real no one seems anxious to try working ly ever constructed in the first place, out nny one of the solutions. Some wise philosopher has said that Mnny of our old salts (say 18 to 22 a uniform has the same elfrct upon years old) are reaching home these the feminine psychology that a bnllct days, hanging up their uniforms ami skirt is supposed to have upon the their sea legs and their choice marim masculine. vocabularies, nrd getting ready to The Red Cross canteen located In plow the fields instead of the raging a vast warehouse on the docks of liar main. leaux provides cols where tho wound. In telling the Washington story' the ed Yanks may rest while waiting to teacher emphasizes the circumstance go aboard. tiuth-tcllin- He Limed The Street. When the farmers came into Fulton, Ky., one Saturday late in January, they hardly expected to sec n lime spreading demonstration. As n big croud was present nnJ n new lime spreader was at hand, the coun ty agent "looks the bull by the horns' and whitened the main street of Ful ton while the farmers looked on and asked questions. Services at Methodist Church, Feby 23rd. Sunday School 9:15 Every member is requested to be present at the 11 o'clock service, ns matters of importance are to come up before the congregation. Every oilicuu member is ispeciully request- el to come. The pastor will be nbsent, so there will be no services at nfcht. Collects Fees Easily. The ilairjnun sending milk to the Cincinnati market have solved the matter of fees quite easily. As these dairymen are practically all members of the Queen City Milk Producers' Association, they have asked the milk dealer to whom the milk is shipped to deduct rnc cent per hundred pounds of milk and pay it to the association. OUR DOUGHBOY IN FRANCE. Yet, he grumbles sometime and who shall blame him? He has often had to march in the mud nnd sleep on the ground and eat "bully beef" out of n tin can. l ou never tried all that. did you? And he swears, sure enough: isn't that the privilege of a soMier? Don't you remember Shakespeare's soldier, "Full of strange oatlis nnd bearded like a pard". and how two hundred years ago the HritUh army "swore terribly in Flan ders ; Hut the doughboy's swearinir is what the French call a "manner of speaking". He uses the words as nn emphasis, without much sense of their original meaning. es. he is d l too, nnd we will tnank God for it. Rcmem. ber how the inspiration of righteous anger Joined with spiritual trust in his cause sent him over the top like n flame of fire nt Cantigny, at Soissons, nt Verdun, to work vengence on the cruel of this world nnd protect the. weak. For the rest, our doughboy is a ciean young fellow. He does not drink the army regulations sec to that and protect him also from other forms of vice. Ho is generous and kind to a fault, and possesses a keen sense of humor, with very little use lor hypocrisy in nny form and a strong belief in all manly virtues. Whether marching through France or Belgium or Germany, fighting in the snows of Russia or escorting loads of flour into Vienna, he lias an abiding faith in the good old United States and n love for home nnd mother. Wo can all take prlue In this modest young soldier and trust him to carry on the best traditions of our Testers Get Training. The man who had bacon for break fast this morning feeU like a multl millionaire when he learns that In Austria pork products are selling at cherry-tre- e boughs make most cxcell510.00 a pound. cnt switches. Would It not be dreadful If in years' time there were no one in United States who could tell tho fercnec between Bohemian beer Bavarian beer and Bock beer? The men who test cream nnd milk at the skimming and receiving sta tions out in the State are offered a course in the dairy laboratory of the College of Agriculture ut Lexington. (I Geoige's But tin This course of Instruction in the oper ation of the Babcock test will be nan who owns cherry trees nnd liiit?het and a family of boys places a given February 24th, March 1st, to Mry strong emphasis on the fact that prepare testers for examination for Dairymen who nre anxious license. to become expert in testing are also invited to attend this course for which no fee is charged. one from us has gone, A voice wc loved Is still, A place Is vacant In our home, Col. Swinebroad, the real estate Which never can be filled." man, Is advertising in this issue two splendid farms, one n Boyle county ' farm of 172 acres, four miles from Danville, on the Perryvllle pike, be During the illness and dcnth'of my longing to Jack Spoonamore, its n husband and baby, our neighbors and cracking" good farm nnd in a high friends were exceedingly kind and state of cultivation. The other farm thoughtful and we take this method belongs to W. C. Floyd of Lincoln of expressing to them our henrt-fe- lt and contains 170 acres lying on the thanks and gratitude. Stanford nnd Hustonvillc pike nnd Mrs. Lucy McQuerry and children. only one mile from Hustonvllle. This also Is nn excellent farm and the fel low that gets it will be pleased. Read the particulars on another page. On last Wednesday night, Feb. 5th, the death angel visited the home of BRI- Mr. Frank Ray and claimed his bless ed nnd beloved wife and mother, Mary Ray. She had been 111 only a few days George B. Robinson, of this city, by pneuhas sold his herd Jock, Orphan's with Influenza, followed She was the daughter of the" Brigade, to W. L. Graham, of Sal- - monia. visa, Ky. 1 his jack is six years old, late John Foster, who preceded her to 10.2 hands, with the best of head and the grave several years ago. She was h n ear, nine inches below knee, 37 years of age. She was united in best of foot with length as long as marriage to Mr. Ray 22 years ago, you want to express it by lineal and to this union were born four chilmeasure, hind leg of the best big and dren, who were nt her bedside when are Monta, straight as n thoroughbred. In this the end came. They She Jack mingles the best blood lines of James S., Robert and Homer. Missouri and Kentucky, He is sired also leaves two brothers of this coun by Fair Promise by Orphan Boy. This ty, Messrs James and Lucas Foster, is the culmination of the blood of and two sisters, Mrs. Allen Teatcr Orphan Boy, Limestone, Mammoth and Mrs. Milo Simpson and one bro and many others of Missouri's best ther and sister in the West. She united with the Christian families, crossed on to the great Joe Blackburn, backed up by that long church at Antioch in early life, and remembered Cordcz by Cordizec Imp. lived a Christian life, nnd was regular It is a known fact that Orphan Boy in attendance when her health would has made Mr. Monsees of Missouri permit. There was never a day too famous nationwide as a jack breeder. bad or a night too dark for her to go It will nlso be remembered that Joe to the needs of her friends. The sympathy of the entire comBlackburn made the late Levi Hubble famous as the greatest breeder of his munity goes oit to the grieved family time in jack history. In the ming- In their loss of wife and mother. Good bye dear Mary, ling of these great families, the proWe know that you are gone,, duct was Orphan's Brigade, a great But to that heavenly home, sire on mares and jennets. Price You are gone but not forgotten. while private is known to be very satA Loving Friend. isfactory. It was with much regret that Mr. Robinson parted with this extend my sincere thanks to the good people of the com munity who purchased and presented to me a wheel chair, which will in- four sisters. His remains were laid to rest In the deed prove a great convenience and comfort to me, I hope to prnvo my Mt. Hebron cemetery last Wednesworthiness by nn upright, just and day, after short services at the grave. The bereaved ones have the sym honorable life. J, O. Bogie, Jr. pathy of their many friends and neighbors In this their dark hour. SWINEBROAD SELLS 'EM. 'A precious Card Of Thanks. RAY. ORPHAN'S GADE SOLD jack. BRACE UP! . five Senator Gore, of Oklahoma, chair. the man of the Senate Agriculture Com dif. mlttec in nn address in the Senate de C. W. and clared that the farmers of the United The Alumnae Association of K. C. States could rest assured that the The o. f. winter nnd the o. f. bill Government would keep faith with W. will put on n vaudeville at Dan xard must have eloped together. If them In carrying out the guaranty of ville this evening that promises to be they come rollicking home, hand in a price of $2.20 n bushel for wheat. the society event of the season. Sevhand, shall we give them a Joyous The Government, he said, should pay ern! boys frtfm Center Collego will the difference between the guaran take part, together with the girls of welcome or heave n brick at them? teed price nnd the price dictated by K. C. W. nnd other local talent i There is nt least one man in Amer the law of supply nnd demand for to good crowd is evident This Asso ica who stands In no need of spinal do otherwise would "create a state of ciation has taken on new life nnd preparations nre now being made for 1 raiment, lie ii Ola Hamon, mayor unstable economic equilibrium". n big banquet there in June. of Seattle, and there is no question Reserved scats arc 85 cents, gen Gen. Hirschaucr, the Governor of either of the quality nor quantity of Strasbourg, has made an official re cral admission 55 cents, which in Ms backbone. port to Marshal Koch that he had ob eludes the war tax. A question which will soon be prac tained sworn evidence showing that tlcally presented to us for our ilccis the Germuns "throughout the whole Ion will be, "Which Is easier, temper war used the towers of Strasbourg The sidewalk around the Kengnr ance or nwlinence? In vhe general Ci.thcdral for machine gun supports, country. tcliemo of thingi, however, it does .lot foi observation points for tho direc lan Hotel took on n festive air Satur day night, ns about 20 of Lancaster's much matter bow we answer it. tion- artillery fire, and for listening posts against airplanes." The report representative business men walked As a lad Premier Lloyd George was ndils: "Thus the Germans themselves down the street and filed In at tho clo-- 1 WINNIPEG, Canada. under the guardianship of an uncle, did exactly what they unjustifiably door leading to tho table whereon pliants, brought here to Four In perform a a shoe maker, and a member of that accused the trench of doing at was spread a fish dinner. These din. ners arc always enjoyable but this vaudeville theater, broke away from religious reform government in Wales lthelms." one was particularly so, as the fish their keepers and made Winnipeg that had expression in the,. United their playground for hours. One of States as "tho campbellitcs". It is For tho first time since the United for tho occasion was generously do tho animals became wedged between well for democracy, and for the world States broke relations with the Otto- tinted by Mr. Lewis Gill, from n bar two houses ami pulled part of the that the two leading powers at the man Government, tho Americans (lag rel of fish sent him by Mr. Cleveland walls away with her. She then paid The art of n peace table arc under the leadership files on Turkish soil. Over tho Amer Rose, from Florida. formal visit to the General Hospital of men from childhood reared under ican lied Cross relief station in this Lrooking fish is well known nt The power house, broke in the door with the tenets of popular sects, religions littlo Moslem city the Stars and Strip- Kcngarlan, as well as what to serve a gentle tap and advanced in a friend of the people, President Wilson hav-in- g es may bo seen floating alongside tho with it nnd this Jovial nnd congenial ly fashion to meet Engineer J. Krai, been nurtured under Presbyter-Ia- n fteil Cross flag. Tho bright colors crowd always think the last dinner who was in charge. Krai rubbed his and Congregational Influences. have created no little curiouslty there the best. eyes and disappeared. The animal among the Turks, many of whom scratched her back on the Until a supply of - .i a.i...-nDO NOT WASTE FEED i... icines reached them Red Cross med board, roduclng It to twisted switch metal. from Archangel, Feed is wasted If your hogs do not fore. The Red Cross depot was es- - influenia-strlcke- n people in the Rus- The four truants were finally capturdlgest and assimilate all the feed tablished here to supply food and sian town of Ponol were without ed. C Lehmann's leg was broken that Is given them. U. A. THOMAS' clothing to the great numbers of drugs of any when three of the elephants entered sort. HOG POWDER aid digestion, caus-- 1 Greek and Serbian refugees who are the building he was in and rushed him ing a hog to get all the food value out returning from points in Bulgaria A different army now occupies to tho other side. of the grain, thereby fattening In and Turkey, The relief station Is In Chutcau Thierry. The American shorter time and of course on less charge of Itreal Marcus, of Denver, Red Cross is repopulating the barn Car Load of good sound Yellow We sell it. a member of the American yards with ducks, chickens and Get It today. i Colorado, feed. Corn at $1.65 per bushel. W. A. DICKERSON. Rod Crow mission to Greece. Garrard Milling Co. K. Vaudevlle. Fish Dinner. Elephants Escape. . before your time? Is your back bent and stiff? Do you suffer urinary disorders? Don't despair profit by Lancaster experienAmerican loyalty stood the test of ces. Lancaster people recommend tho world war most nobly. Never Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's a Lanfor an instant was there faltering or caster resident's statement. hanging back. Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St., Always loyalty stepped into the says: "I suffered with my back and breach; met every demand. couldn't sleep well at night on acAnd now that the victory is won, count of the terrible aching. My that triumph and honor is ours, let us back was so painful nnd weak, I trust that loyalty is not on its last couldn't get up and do any houselegs. work at nil. I was told of Doan's We don't believe, we cannot be Kidney Pills nnd got a box. They lieve that this is so. gave me great relief from the very For Americans have been patriots first." (Statement given March 20, since the battle of Lexington, Never 1908.) have they turned their backs upon the STILL PRAISES DOAN'S. enemy, upon their sacred obligations. On November 18, 1910, Mrs. Pum- It's too late to begin now. Uncle Sam shortly will ask us to phrey said: "I still recommend Doan's lend him another $5,000,000,000 that Kidney Pills, for they arc the best he may appropriately finish the big kidney medicine I have ever used. I trouble for Job he took in hand after the sinking have had little kidney of the Lusitania. The Job that in- - some time, but when I have needed I jsured democracy, freedom and liberty a kidney medicine, I have used Doan's Kidney Pills and have been relieved". for tho world, Foster-Milbur- n 00c, at all dealers. The Job that meant perpetuity for American institutions, stability for Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. government, American immunity Imagine a million-an- d a half men from German tribute, safety for American womankind, nnd protec- abroad and each of them with the same predominant thoughts in his tion ngainst Hun invasion. If loyalty ever faltered, ever hesi- mind: 1. "When do wo eat?" tated, ever questioned, certainly It 2. must react to this demand. "When do we get home?" For after all it is only a matter of dollars. And dollars, in America, are its cheapest commodity. As executor of the estate of Mrs. Fifty thousand American lives Anne W, Robinson, I will at eleven wero sacrificed in France. Half a o'clock, on Monday, February 24th, million would have paid the price had 1919 at the Court House steps, in the war gone on another tlx months. Lancaster, Ky., sell publicly, ten Compired to this what is $5,000,-000,00- shares of stock of the Citizens Nation- . 1 II. ai usns or uncasier ana- lour Nothing calculated to stagger shares of stock of the Garrard Bank American loyalty. and Trust Co. Also three Liberty Nor will It. Bonds. Americans will run true to form. SALEM WALLACE, Executor. They will como through! Copt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer, LOYALTY'S LAST LEGS. Do you feel old Bank Stock For Sale. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Feb 20, 1919. THE KITCHEN (CABINET Intimate. lmit your chll-lrrYou srn rnri'-culathe l oo, iilAHn.i i. ml r th.lr tjorfi t atut mo-- InHuet.iul YOURmSHSNG TteWJBS.f 'i With a CROSS OUT Western Eteetrtc t., thr - SWEETS MADE AT HOME. 1li- - Tlio rriortnli of In randy iiiiiUiir meniite fudro and 1110- lii i taffy. nli.'ii well inndi are not to ! klUl'tvd. The 1 fudgn ometldHK vf an art tn M & Washer and Wnuyer v If yoti wer grcatwt I " i:. smokes, Princo Albert TALK about n joyhandout ctp.nclard to that just lavishes smckohappiriras on every man gamo enough to make a bee lino f--r n tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or now! Get it straight that what you've hankered fbr in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. ha3 the quality! You can't any more make Prince Albert bito your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process ! You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back I Buy Prince Albert everywhere tidy red tint, handtome pound t hat clever, practical pound moistencr top that heept the tobacco in such perfect conation. Winston-Snle- tobacco ie tolJ. Toppy red bagi, and half pound tin humidortanj crystal glatt humidor with tpnnjs R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., MT. HEBRON Mr. Harry Stone is quite sick with mumps. Mrs. Irvin Dean who is with her husband at Camp Taylor is very ill. Sir. Ed Grow delivered to Mr. Millard Hamm a bunch of shoats at 14c. Mr. Will Sherrow sold his farm Dall price near here to $2000. Mr. Hamlet Jennings purchased a four passenger car at N'icholasville N. C derwent an operation last week and is doing nicely. Mr. of the Locust Grove section, who has been quite ill with rheumatism and pneumonia, is impriving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. U. 0. Montgomery HI MitutVn f?mdy la Dtlitr ar! V1f Th- - Cakmsl. C:ona Cut 3 blc Withe, t Cflpi.V. recently. Mrs. Homer Humphrey of East Hickman, is with her sister, Mrs. Harry Stone. Mrs. Lourany Montgomery who has been quite sick for some weeks is able to be out again. Itcv. D: F. Sebastian filled his ap and little daughter, returned to her home at Versailles, Friday, after a visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and little daughter, of Boyle, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery last Tuesday night and Wed- tludsstv ca- - i r iyfn Fudge. rupfuls of nnp-tlilrcufful 1f cupful of milk, of corn simp, n lnlileiH'nful of butter nnd n mmire Of grated rhcHnlnle. Cook nil tnselh-- r until n drop In cold' water can l Set nny to rolled In the tliiKers. cool, nnd when luke wnrni ndd nnlM and vanilla and Mir until It brKlns to thicken. I'our Into a Krencil pun nnd mnrk oft In kipmres before It Rets too hard. To prepare the fondnnt, tnki n smooth kettle or saucepan; Into It put a "rlnt of sunnr, n half cupful of water nnd n lurse InMespoonfiil of corn idrup. This Inst Is to keep the sirup from grnlnlng. If no corn sirup Is nt tenponful nn eUhth of hand ,u of cream of tnrtnr. Stir until tliu sugar Is ill3oh.'.l, thru boll until n soft ball Is mnde In cold water. I'our out on a lightly greased slab or platter, using care not to tnko tho Inst drop or scrnpc the kettle, as stirring will often cause the grain to form, which will ruin tho candy nnd It will need to be boiled again. If the- - candy does grain, ndd more water and sirup or cream of tnrtnr and boll agnln. iNVtit stir while boiling. When cool enough to benr the linger, begin to stir from the edge to the center with n wooden spoon. Continue to stir nnd knead with the hands until n white, Mnootb lonf Is mmle. Set an ay for a day or two to ripen, covered with a buttered pnper. In a cool place. Now tho foundation Is ready for any kind of flavor, color or combination of fruit. For chocolate crvnnn, break off piece of fondant and ndd vanilla, then roll In small halK Put out nnd chill so they will be hnrd. Melt unsweetened chocolato In a saucepan oTer water. To a hnlf a pound add n piece of pnrnfun the size of a walnut. The pnr-nfil-n thickens the chocolate. Dip the balls In with a hat pin and let them drain on a wnxetl paper or greased baking sheet. Chocolate TnWo MiKar, lrerurc. tno weekly hoMe;:'o;rf work nnswer wocW Hrc "TI.e Weekly Fnmily Waih." Th.-lic answer tvery hoiijv- - 'f. c jn. tr WJiosc WJWiiflf -- is clothes wathboard-anJ-trb m? i:x 'Butbsc a Western Electric Wasjiftir and Vfenger & and you crosscut, eliminate, wuoMng troubles. At n cost of nJJbut three cents a v.eJ: for current, your clothi are washed by electric itV ard w.t td eleaner-ajjett- er We easier than ever Nljciorc can't teHiyou all about the magical machine here bufclf you call on us we'll e'iow yfu one -operate it and arrange, if you will, for a demonstra-tipf- ? in your home. Cross out your washing troubles. Wosh Electrically. Let Us Tell You Howl BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER Announcement SALE OF HIGH-CLAS- Duroc Jersey Sows and Gilts MARCH to be held 7th, 1919 -- by HILDABRAND BROS. Hie brood. It Is ns nu icclelaticnl city that Treiei Is pnrtlndnrly Interesting. In thst famous rntbinlrnl an- - tho remains nnd of 25 nrrhMsliops nnd elector four Mstinpt. Ainotig Its trea.ures Is n legrndnry nnll frbm the ("ro'K. nnd Hie fu3nu Holy C'ont, glwii llii'cnthe- .dral ty St. Helena, tu 1M1 an rihlld-"- " Hon nf the font eltrncteil mere thnn Attrsetlons ef Treves. riUSSELLVILLC, KY. Thli iifTerlng ri'pri'M'nls some of tlx- - greiitent Hint belong to for ruUlogue. Inlrrrileil Ml pnrtleK rttt iii.1,0ii pilgrims. Anolbrr attraction for pilgrims Is the grave of St. Mnt-- , thins III one of the ancient churches tho only grave of an apostle In t!tr-- I many. nUIou tca'Uchvff, ,VrU nttac.., pointments here Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Mr. Jake Phillips of Iowa was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crow the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker of Poor Ridgo nttended services here Sunday and were the guests of her parents. Mils Mary Frances Montgomery was with her sister, Mrs. James Hamilton, near Lancaster, n part of last week. Mr. Jasper Sherrow who was dis charged from military service at Camp Meade , Mil., returned home last week. Mr. Earl Grow who is In Cincinnati for treatment for his eyes, un nesday. The Sunday School at this place has been nsked to send a contribution of $50.00 to the Ky. Uaptist Childrens The Home, for the new buildings. contribution will be taken the first Let every body Sunday in March. respond to this worthy cause by mak ing a liberal contribution. In il a on cu set yur The death of Ruthford Clay, the 11 ij3le:.;d c jaditlon, you newt nt U ' d.iy Jut tako ri ? year old son of Mr. and Mrs. David i li.taa Montgomery came as quite a surprise Tablet cxssaitonttUr whn Indigent ' ion,. I Jlouine a roiiitlnrtlua tur- T tadciw-.- y .t f 1 yorr r,i you to every one Saturday afternoon, Feb. ): r rat nb tl.--rcm onln well " IM .i.T a1 a He was taktn sick Thursday 8th. X,.nj x r-n Nat- re at t I with violent vomiting nnd n severe ihif :) and try it It i r 1. t.. r i rnt-'headache .but was not thought to be t txcctnmcnded 1 jvjr in n cerious condition even by the R. E. Mc ROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky, physician nnd family until a short ttmn Unfnrn tit. .tenth t1itf.1i i tin licved to have been caused by poison from eating candy. After short services at the grave by Rev. J. W. Mahan the little fellow was laid to rest in the cemetery here. The deepest sympathy of the entire community is extended the bereaved parents, brothers and sister. and rwnabW pr.m enn Mpr to obtain ixal or la l luff Lectin, unu 1 Nature'.? Hemetfy ?nt 7nt1-itia car." pound V. . t &eu c n i. liver, br.Tc'j Br J . "o 1 ItMng to btlntf Aout jntous u:..o:i cf oil ci-- . . '.y t vrTtra if r (.Mn cr cllm.r.r.-UJ- n. thoroughly, It n 3 rjrt aptly tt to nuJJyc-H- l pilly tlmt the.o U r tt? tlie llshtwt crlplnff or He ttmt U rot nil Uat NatirS Tablets) hrvo n Wnrll nened rial cfiwt upon tti cntlio body. I . Impru'.li; tfr.a pnoetJ of dW'!-- ' cr! frum food, Vq nam Win" nt ti the Uool quauty i derived iLiity it inread bja! it. i arl Utd. rf no c ipa. on. zro iu,i!va to li ti. t ,n lr-i til' .;. mi nJ Good Broke ldr MrarSate I will on, COUNTY COURT DAY, GUY. OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS weakened kidr.frji and digestive organ. This being true. It Is easy to believe Ueeplng tl e kidney and that by organs cleansed and la proper working1 order old age can be deferred and lire prolonged far beyond that en Joyod by the average person, For over 300 years GOLD 1 IK DAL. rellavlns the. Ilaarlem On has bi'f-weaknesses and disability due to Q1 e vanclnv eaa. It U a standard remtdy and noeds no Intro Uuiur ductlon. iiOI.il MKDAL. Haarlem Oil Is I tl closed in odorless, taatelesi capsules contslnliiK about S drop each. Take them as you would a pill, with a small Fclfmce vara that old asrs bcelna with Mr. Newell Hum of Somerset is the guest of Mr. John S. Bronddus. M'. John K. Hash, of Somerset, was the guest Sunday of his eousir, Mrs. swallow of water. The oil stimulates J. L. Ynntls. the kidney at t Ion and enables the organs to throw off the poison' .which avmson and Mr. and Mrs. Guy cause premature old ane. New life and strength Increase as jou continue the children v.ero Sunday guctts of Mrs. trfttmont. When completely restored continue taking a capsule or two each Carrie Davidson. day. (OLL ML; DAL Haarlem Oil Cap sules will keep you In health and vigor Mrs. Carrie Davidson returned on and prevent a return of the rilsoaae. Do not wait until old age or disease Wednesday from a visit to tier duiiRh-tc- r, have settlod down for good. Go to your Mrs. Z. T. Wee, of Hic'imond. drucKlst and got a box of GOLD Mi: DAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money r funded If they do not help you, Threo Mrr-Tol'rultt who has been stasite. Hut remember to aslc for the original Imported GOLD MLUML brand. tioned at n camp in Alabama, receiv In sealed packages. ed an honorable discharge and is now at home. to see him. Mr. and Mrs. John Yater and little daughter, Elizabeth Francis, were week-enguests of her mother, Mrs. Croushorn, of Iluena Vista. They lth Mr. Andy also enjoyed being Croushorn, who has been in tho scr vice of Uncle Sam and has been mus tered out. A large tobacco barn on the farm of Arnold Dros, burned last Krlday night. Messrs Frank nnd Lewis Ar nold had the misfortune to have had about two thousand pounds of tobac co that was ready for the market. Their loss was great as there was no d M onday, Feb 24 Sell 25 Head of Heavy Ohio Maies from 3 to 6 years old and weigh irom 1100 to 1300 pounds. ALL BROKE. This sale will be held at W. B. Burton's stable, rain or shine, beginning promptly at 11 o'clock a. m. If you need a good team, be sure and attend His many friends are glad W. 0 Funeral Lancaster, Ofllce Phone 18. RISNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and this sale. Insurance on the tobacco. Joe H, Jordan Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20, 1919. ttMiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiimiiiimmiimiiU! A WAR Dy MARION CAKE WOHTHLCY. ,! The Flavor Lasts! the best buy for the price lm 6eiedTiM-KePtni- Mtiime .Nuws- u, r swidlcate ) thing, I Jil't knew "Theio m ii si yon wxtHM said iiim" out horrid." Mnrle ns she closed tin. oven ibsir anil placid Ihe rake en the kitchen IC'oprtat iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii? ' HEALTH Isahandi- POOR few when cap that to win tncctH. t Winning.4. t itrivtcA .... carried (' bitil. net, power. art ttlpf tel. f!ccdr.a!th h tip la wlrtftlij Ithrmit itrtnftli, cnerlr cudwr 'y I IriMe. m (fySL The greatest five-cen- worth of beneficial ts ht -- refreshment rn possible rail' llpl 'foeet. vnwto vj. yr -Old Clothe, to Mend." Chlnex. inerihnnta who wnnt n Mt of mending done never hnve to go very far, for there nre iioVdlcwnmen sented along the stnvt rencly to sew and Sometime these worker fit mend. on low kIooIn and sometimes on the sldcwnlks, hut there they alt sewing away hard, for I lie) never are short of patrons, Thre women ore generally the wives of IWhernien or boatmen i. ml nre glud to get the little "odds and end" of work tn help Increase the family lueoine. Migle Guard Against nittleenakes. Cuuiplng ml In n rattlesnake-Infest--r- l dlstuct "with lie other protection for ono'ii bed than on encircling horse-hs- lr give the nvernge lope umil'l Underfoot n fi cling of security. A Mechanics In Popular photograph Magatlne showed tun rnui;H'rn nmk-In- s on tho Western plains, their lurrouudcil by nothing more stable than one of these rope, ns It Is well known In thnt region that ruttlcu:ikcs hare an uiiConiuerahl uerlon for crawling over a mpu of this kind. nt I CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON II. F. "UOLL OF HONOR.' "I 'o always lind bud luck when I Wr.nl (blurs to I especially Rood, lull lf nil llw fault of that flour Mi'i.ilmtp, and mollirr did wnnt me l tie II. Such n day for her to choo'o tn go In town Just when M.irk and I'Ml Garden nre coming from camp I" Marie Imd never tnel (lie Hill Gordon of whom sin spoke, hut she had seen him several limes, and ns he was. her brother's chum at camp, she was pinions that everything, herself Included, should look nllrartlve when he made his flrt vMt ; therefore her fret-fn- l remarks about a iwrfeclly good war cuke. Willi n resolution tn make the best of what she had, Mnrle whipped up n frosting for the cake, observed that It didn't look so bad lifter nil, nnd set It on a chair outside the kitchen door so, that Ihe Icing would he hard and coed In time for luncheon, Then she busied about and set the table fir three, us her moUiT would A hurried not b home until late. planre lit the clock showed her thnt she had Just 2i minutes In which tn dress before her brother and his thiiin were due. so with a hist look nround at tho snowy linen, clinmlne silver and the ulowlnc chrysanthemums In the center of the table, she enve a satisfied IbIi. and went to her room tn nake good cnoush better, as Mark used to tell her. ami Mnrle Twenty minutes returned anil Meped nutstde tlw door to set her cuke. What n sljht met The rake was there, cerher eyes! tainly, but perched on top of It, contentedly hipping the frosting, rns fpus, u nelchlMjr's cat I Mnrle rrlcl out and made n diish for It but the culprit eluded her crnsp and sprang off the steps, running for Its And Marie, thoroughly angry, life. snatched up Ihe cake nnd hurled It after the animal, which win Hearing the corner of the house. "You horrid beostl" she cried nnd stopped short In amnrement for around Ihe corner came a )oung man In khaki Just 111 time to get Ihe enke squarely tn the face. "I win," cried a voice from the other side, nnd turning quickly Marie saw Murk, who had come from the opposite direction, stop tn astonishment. (Jood hea ens I sis," he said. "Whatever have you been doing to I'lilll" Then he burst out laughing and 11) II. who had by now disengaged the sticky mess from his face, soon Joined Mm. but Marie, now that her first hurst of anger was over, stood dumb with embarrassment. Seeing this, Mark took a hand In the situation nnd Introduced his chum, eiplalnlng that they had raced to the door to see which was the nearest way lly the time Ihe tale was finished Marie had recovered her poise and amid much laughter told them the story of her war cake. "Hut," she ended, hlushlngly, throwing n glance at Gordon, "I don't greet our callers that way, and If you will come In I think we will hnve our luncheon without the cake." Private Phil Gordon, catching n glimpse of curly, brown hnlr, bright eyes and elusive dimples, vowed that no mailer how she grcetnl others he would do his best o make her greeting for him nlwnys cordial, and some time later, ns he found many occasions to call. It proved cvejunore than cordial. FAMOUS DOGS LONG KNOWN and weak, Ihtr irtnlthni Jneyi hel bladder, overworked and ird itnnitd hi to that tho la prodnriflj wart exit of ihoutanda to health and kipplne. th thcumati dr lyera. They ttanUFi backache, palsa, utiTnraa, aoreneaa. Mlu Sara Weatofi, l?f KtihwauVea Street, TlelTldere, HU write! "I ant pleased to state Teley kidney PifW msJe reat diflereoea In re. I waa In irrat Mfioy. I could rot stoop djwn, aid when I down I had to era I up I waa so la.uc all orrr I stufered 17 alvny. Nuw I It el Lie new peraon, atronirr and better In eveff war. Mr Ceneral health la fljlt Ir.proved. I can and do beamly recotn Kidoey ('ills to all atsffcribl la the meistl I way I d.d. t Ci, tu off ' - And having won the world's good opinion let's hold it. Undo firm has extensive financial and moral obligations to meet. Obligations both nt home and nbrond. Obligations thnt nr imperative, vital, crucial. Obligations that, strange ns it may seem, arc largely to be met with cold rash. Dills that must be paid; loans that must be made in the final rescue and restoration of Europe. And as you and I nnd the millions of others, citizens of this republic, nre In truth America in the flesh, this is our obligation. Just ns It was our fight. Let's meet it in the same spirit we met the Hun. Let's take nil of this Victory-Lib-crt- y Loan. r Salary of Chief Executive. The enmiiensatlnn of the president of the t'tilted Stnles Is filed by congress, and may not be Increased or diminished during the existing preshlen. Ilnl term, that Is, any Increase or reduction of the salary or endowments of the office can only take efTocl at tho next term. The original salary of the office was $2.",000 n year. Increased In 1873 to $50,000, and In 1009 to $75,000. Devolved From Passing Idea. It win n passing Idea which gave tc the world the discovery of galvanic electricity, so useful In transmitting vocal or written language, Mme. l simply happened to notice the contraction of tho muscles of n skinned frog accidentally touched at tho moment tier husband took a spark from nn electrical machine, nnd that wai the whole thlngl STORMES DRUG STORE. Whole Family Sick. "All of my six brothers nnd sister, as well as myself, have suffered since childhood from stomach and liver trouble and blonting. I thought it Notions arc not unlike Individuals. ran in the family and that I could They must of necessity nttain and never he cured, but, thanks to llayr's hold the Rood opinion of their fel- Wonderful ltemedy, since taking it Terrible Suffering From Headache, lows. They must stand well before nearly n year ago 1 have been enjoySideachc, Backache, and Weaking the best of health and feci like a the world. ness, Relieved by Cardui, I have no trouble rem . v pcrtn. Itight now America's standing is Says This Texas Lady. anything I ent." ace high. It is a simple harmless preparation Let us help keep ij so. Mrs. Xllnnls Phil-po- t, Goniales, Tex. America went Into this world war that removes the catarrhal mucus of this place, writes: "Five years more than anything else to retain her from the intestinal tract and allays position before the wold. To main- the inflammation which causes prac- ago I was taken villi a pain In my tain her honor iimong the nations of tically nil stomach, liver nnd intestin- left Elde. It vm r!r"it ua Vr By al ailments, including appendicitis. left rib. It would coinmonco with an earth. my left Germany had outraged it; had One dose will convince or money re- aching and extend up Into nnd shoulder and on down into tny back. scoffed at if, had put upon Uncle Sam funded. It. E. McROBERTS By that time the pain would bo co Hud dub- DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. every sort of humiliation. eevere I would have to lake to bed, money bed us n nation of cowardly anil Buffered usually about three days chasers. ...I suffered this vray for three years, Finally as n last straw she began Cooties over there worried our and got to bo a mere nlccleton and vriu mnkintr war upon inneccnt women soldiers anil made many of them sick. to weal; I could hardly Bland alone. and children. Sinking our vessels Uncle Sam fought the pests contin- Was not ablo to go anywhere and had without wnrninjr; drowning Ameri- ually. Tree cooties, the San Jose to let my house work go... I suffered awful with a pain In. my back and I cans wholesale. Scale, worry fruit trees and make had the headache all tho tlmo. I lust n And the world had more or less them too sick to produce good fruit. was unable to do a thing. My ltfo to think rrctty much as Germany Spraying will kill these pests. If you was a misery, my EtomacU got In an awful condition, caused from taking did. do not know how to spray trees or to medicine. I suffered much All thnt has been changed; swiftly, nix sprays get a Spray Calendar from so much had just about givenfoup all pain. I effectively, finally. topes of our Getting anything to help Lexingthe College of Agriculture at me. Today the whole world takes off its ton. A post card will bring it. Ono clay a Birthday Almanac was hat to America. thrown lu my yard. After reading To our aggressiveness, our enterdecided DR. M. E. KING, M. D. Its testimonialsso Ithankful to tryI Carprise, our dash and courage and galdui, and am that did, And for I began to Improve when on the lantry, our sheer fighting strength second bottle. ..I am now a well and ability. Announces The Removal Of His Office woman and feeling tlno and tha cure From 1809 WEST BROADWAY It will be many a day before a forhas been permanent for It has been To eign nation again attempts to tread two years since my awful bad health. 510 STARKS BUILDING, Louisville, Ky. I will always praise and recommend upon the tail of our coat. 4 to 7. Office Hours 10 o 1 Cardui." Try Cardui today. E 78 They Know! Office Phone City 2S2. THE WORLD'S COULD HARDLY OPINION. STAND ALONE Cooties Are Dangerous. The Bi g lludon. President. "J. J. Walker, V. Pres. V. O. Rigncy, Asst. Cachler. W. K. Champ, Cashier, Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Breed of St. Bernard Have Been Re nowned for Centuries for Their Special Work. RICHMOND, ome TOBACCO o use $47.00 ' KENTUCKY. The St. Hernanl pass Is of historical renown. It connects the valleys of the Rhone and the Horn Ilalleii. It was traversed by Roman legions thouProgress. sands of years ugo. In medieval Material progress Is of value only times the pass served the armies of French "Immortals.'' The French ueailemy l the oldest In so fur a It usslsts lowurd the conquerors and the bands of merceof five uciulcmlc constituting the In- realization of liuuinn possibilities. In- naries. Naioleoii cros.ed the Alps at stitute of Trance, having hivn found- dustry and commerce and the social this point I" 1 conditions, which are In a larze deed In 1(133. It Is composed of II) memThe great monastery was built In bers, elected for llfo and known at the cree depending upuii theiu, must be tho middle of the sixteenth century. "Korty Immortals." They rank n ilin regarded from the Kilnt-- of view of the It uui maintained for the relief of leading Frenchmen of I heir time In Individual lueinher of society, and If Iraielers who were surprised by mow-storm- s literature. Their Judgment and decl-Ioii- h they crump the life of the Individual, while crossing the puss. The In ull disputed llteniry nutters no amount of economic argument will SI. Bernard dogs were used to Unci the sru Ilnal. suHlce to Justify them. frozen victims of the storms In Ihe They were snowdrifts. specially trained for this work nt relief and carried the first aid to tho Injured In a little basket attached to their collarsThese dogs rescued thousands of human beings, many of whom were of historic prominence. And for the first time In the history of this famous . OF LANCASTER. monnstery the dogs, during the wur, had tu be slaughtered for wunt of food. Thursday, our Floor Averaged If it can be beat, we'll do it. - THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus $30,000. Stick With Capitol $50,000. THE Boys Who "Make Good." A. It. DENNY, President. J. E. STOMMES, Vice-Pres- t. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. CIIAItLIE THOMPSON, Teller. HANDOLPH IIAItltIS, Individual HUGH MO I) LEY, General r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. II. Swlncbroad, Alex It. Denny, J. E. J. II. Posey, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. U Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. I'robahly not 1 per cent of the successful men In tho world Unlay gave any evidence of having great ability when they were "kids." The prodigies do not make god. The "exceptional" youngster In school seldom conquers after he has entered real life; but the plain fellow of common sense, slow to learn, stow to become enthused, .low-tmake companions und slow tu give them up tho fellow who sticks tu n job until It Is flnlnhed, that Is the fel low who In after life rules and regulates the affulrs of this little green ball. Exchange. Home House The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Feb 20 I9I9. 3( ILJC I G WASHINGTON MAY TRAIN WOMEN LOVED THE SOIL First In wnr, first In pcaco and first In the henrts of Ills countrymen, funis up the nvcrnpo person' estimate of the Father of his Country, Oeorito Washington was also the first n. American farmer of his tiny and lie was n scientific auJ thoughtful farmer ami fortunately left n very complete record of what he did ami what ha thought of his life work nt Mt. Vernon in his letters anil his illary which are now in the Congressional Library nt Washington, I). IT C. EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. I ,.am ready to do your typewriting. take shorthand dictation and can come to Plan to Develop Them Samo Men in War Camps. as i Ml 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. ii- Government Cantonments ta Da Used and tha Work Extended to Every Part of Country. Women will l trained In govern ment rantntiiiienM f plans of the Unl til Stale training corps for women lire cnrrled out. The corps, organized jor wniiirti war worker In Washing Inn, under tlm direction of Miss Su sannn Cocroft of Clilcitgo, has been turned Into n permanent orgnnli tlon fur building up women physically and fitting them for the places they ure Inking In lm.ncs. Industry and In the work of the nation generally. Admiral Cnry T. Grayson will net as medical director of the cnri On the lioard of directors with ills Cocroft nre Hnrpeon (lenernl Itupert Mae, (len. Knoch t'ruwder, Ilrlg. (Jen. J. t Kerr, Mr. Hubert wife of the sec-retary of state; Ml is Mabel T. Hoard' man of the American lied Cros, Mis. rrnnklin K. Lane, wife of tho secretary of Interior; Miss Gertrude Lane, well known mneiizliie eilltnr, nnd Ju lius Knhn. rlinlrmnn of tlio military nftnlrs committee of the houvo of rep resentatives. Permission has been asked of tho wnr department for the use of n part of the cantonments when they are released from military service for use as training camps whero women can be trained ns teachers of setting-uexer cises nnd drills. These teachers will lie equipped to give training in industrial plants nnn pun-ll- c schiMils. The corps has also asked for the release of n part of the cantonments' for recreation camp, where physicians can send women and children who do not need medlclno so much ns they need conditioning. The original training corps In Washg ington numbered more than .1.C00 women. It wns organized on the White llnue lot nnd the war department detailed 75 army officers to ns.lst Miss Cocroft. The work will be extended to every part of the country, modeled after the system which tins dcTclopcd the men In the war training camps, except that It will be made specially suited for the training of women. In announcing the purpose of tho corps. Miss Cocroft, Its orgunlzer and director, said: "Wo wish to utilize tho Knowledge of wlmt-t- bo camps have done for men, mentally nnd physlrnlly, anil to apply this same knowledge to the conditioning of women while the public mind Is quickened to this utility, so that all men and women, the young, the mlddle-agi-d- , the old, limy be glcn nn opportunity to lieneflt by outdoor life rcgulurly supcnlsed nnd discipline trained under nnd under the supervision of competent medical and nursing ussletnncc." GRACEFUL FOR THE BALLROOM 1 1. . - i SMALL FARM FOR SALE. I will sell privately a small farm of 36 acres located 3 2 miles from Lancaster, on road from GilbertsCreek Station to White Oak School house, one-hamile from railroad Station and one-ha- lf mile from good school. 1-- That he was prouder of bciiiK n farmer than of having been a general in the Itevolutionary War can be seen from the following extract from n letter written in 1788 to Arthur Young the lending former of England nt that time; ' The more I am acquainted with agricultural alfnirs, the better I am plenscd with them; insomuch, thnt can no where Mini so great satisfaction' as in those Innocent and useful 1 'Chain' TYeait pursuits. In Indulging these feelings I am led to reflect how much more !c light fill to nn undebauched mind is the task of making improvements cn the earth than nil the vain glory which can be acquired from ravaging it, by the most uninterrupted career of conquests". The Economy of Buying Good Tires It's mighty poor economy to put cheap tires on your car. If you can't depend on your tires, you can't depend on your car, and you can't get the high grade of service it ought to give you. It pays to buy good tires United States Tires. They represent the highest value it is possible to build into tires. t There are five different passenger car treads the only complete line built by any tire manufacturer. Each has the built-i- n strength that means your money back in extra miles. Among them are exactly the tires you want for your car, and your driving conditions. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot Dealer will gladly help you. COSGHIG SPELLS MAS YM REST Put a step to tlicnt with old rcUabli Dr. KlnjJ'a New Discovery "Hut r- - , I.3ir:e throit tr.utt be chest eoethcJ. 'li--t must be locicn.rf. IhJt cough must bz chvc'.. J i 4 can tlccp. Dr. lcw Discovery has beta r:!icvi:'2 c -- lis, irtl coughs for lull a century without the last diucrccab'.i el tcr-- c Jccts. Yorr f'r.'r-- t his It because it tj t?s!l!u-- . a tsd ia L!j denied. lf This is a very productive piece of land, and will grow Hemp, Tobacco or anything you want all this farm is in- a good state .of cultivation except four acres, which, is in timber. - For particulars see or write, MRS. lW. D. GOOCH, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 4. Kvjj t- -e loivcls on schedule time vrlth Dr. IClng'j New Life Tills, the cystcra freed Jroin poisonous wastes, clear, the stomach tee tweet, t'le tong-itmcoateil, the breath untainted. Mud yet positive ia actioa. ' Try 'JLh for Constipation Detects Far Off Ho, f 1 I'flug a modified ' irMrumcnt, n been able to detect thunder more than 300 miles distant. u-i- w'rI'rciv d leu receiving t T has tormj BIG PR C E HOUSE The Mad ison Mouse Is ready to receive the rest of your crop. Our still hold the recMurket is higher than ever.-W- e ord for Highest Baskets, Highest Average Crops, Highest Complete Floor Averages and the Highest General Average for the Season by nearly two cents a pound. Some of our Latest Sales: W. L. Pralher, 2205 lbs, av. $76.30 amt $1,682.50 High Basket $1.21. Lear and Mills, 1210 lbs, av. $75.29 amt $ 911.10 High Basket $1.19. Jenkins & Burgess, 1895 lbs, av $72.30, $1370.10 High Basket $1.66. amt $792-30- . Jenkins & Fletcher, 1115, av $71-5High Basket 80c. Newby & Todd, 1370 lbs, av $69.48 amt $952.05 High Basket 79c. get the Price. You Furnish the Material-W- e United States Tires are Good Tires Dally Thought bed ending follows n bail beglnt. nan Ik- 11m A Finds It Out, If a yonng man , nei-- s:iys be can't .rlid.;oe. ' he iu to mntry. f the first hnroli Optimistic Tit. Age Is tenenthl- 'u would be In n woiu.ri " came old. and be- utT Locust I Tlie locust tree w Amerktm tnon to ! Proud Docit Delongs to Soaln The itylng Hint the iin iner you nn 'he unplre," did not udgln-itwltb but with S'i'tilii. It wax In liKTi thnt the sentence wns applied t Spain, vhlrli nt th.it period was n p'tnt empire. l'ltr - Hew Phrase Orljlnstfd. itkiitir fre-talUh when ihi mi- winMlxxly do itu-- li.j,'l ing trimming '"I list'" tin l ' tli-t- MKe, t. ' tiieatitng that It Is dure. The the p'op-- r method ef real siijliig Is. "Tlmt - d.e thiuetle." or fhe rliiht nnd propir wsr of doing. sciatm: mmm This rich flown Is carHed out entire ly of gold brocaded metal cloth draped Into long, graceful lines. Lr DC 3c ii imc We USED AUTOMOBILES. Now Is the time to buy and savelmoney. guarantee cvery'car we sell. 1018 Buick Roadster lOlSiBulck.five passcnjjcr lOieiOakland, five passenijer - $1150.00 550.00 '625.00 I MADISON Oil WAR'HSE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Many of tho black gowns are of and totnetlmes black chantllly Is mounted over white eotln. This Is very distinguished when tho lace Is new, but chantllly which Is an heirloom should never be put over white or any light tint. Tho old, If rare, luce tears easily, and any mending of tho rubric, however delicately done, shows up unpleasantly against the light lining. It Is alwuys best to mount valuablo old laces over a "drop" of tullo or to veil the lace frock with tulle If this can bo doue without the design and tht lines. hi cc Protect Lace. 191 OlOverland, five passenijer 600.00 Threet1917 Fords.400., Jf425., $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. The Ganvilie Buick Go L. H. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. 31 1C DanvllIe,iKentucky. DC lu K t ii ir Tha..Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 20, 1919. HE Wclcli'.- I Tobacco Canvas We have it in stock now, Get the best; it will hist two years and give better satisfaction. 8 Best Grade, per yard Good Grade, per yard 7c Mail your orders if you can't come. l-3c We've got just what you want no mnttcr what nor when you want it Its real service for you We know it and arc paying our good money to tell you about it your needs and wished make us your SERVICE STORE. Wo carry the largest and best selected stock of merchandise and sell more from it than any other store in statu of Kentucky (outside of and tfiere is a big renson for it. cit-Me- s) mm Wagons OLD HICKORY and WKBER 2 3-- 4 in. complete with bed and seat only $120.00 I'ry GooiU Ik'imrtnunt. Wire Fence 2500 rodi of No. 9 top and bottom 4 ft. Seed Oats Our Second Car Goes at Honest merchandise sold at a small profit and turned over fast tells the story and the best part of it is we've got it when you want it You know of us and perhrfps you have seen us but wc want you to become better acquainted with us and mnke regular visits to our stores. It will pay you big dividends we both make money when you trade at WELCHS. We guarantee to open your eyes or the bill is all on Our M departments us for your time and trouble. are at your command and it will and 30 be a pleasure for us to take care of your many wants. Each week we will have a real live message for you and we want you to get it. sales-people, 3 in. complete with bed and seat only $125.00 Over 100 wagons now in stock. (Welch's Vehicle Department.) GET YOUR Auto Tires THE SILVERTOWN CORD is the best we can find. GRASS SEED 55c per rod. No. 10 top nnd bottom nt 85c per bushel- - Best Grade White Seed Oats. (Welch's Seed Department.) 45c per (Welch's rod-Phon- Implements We carry a complete line at AT WELCH'S all times. Wc are also headquarters for all sizes of fabric tires. (Welch's Drug Sundry Dept.) u wc will save it for you Hardware Dept.) Harness Dept. We call your especial attention to our Harness and Shoe Shop. Here we make or rePhoenix tnenni something to pair anything in leather. Our Electric machinery and our exthe boy or man who caret. pert workmen will please you in Our spring line now come early and get your choice. and smooth out all your leather troubles. (Welch's Hum-- Dt'I't.) Buggies Are You a Subscriber? to this paper? If not the quickest way you can get in will be too late for many of our "eye openers" Prices and tips from our ads alone each week will pay you many times over for your subscription price. Get in, the water is fine The dance is on anil we are furnishing the music. of all kinds now on our floor We Get you can come in and look 'em oil over and get just what you wa,nt It is well for you to do this soon as possible. PLOWS HARROWS EVERY WEEK AT WELCH'S " PLANTERS OF COURSE ITS FRESH AND DRILLS BETTER AND ONLY Dolly Varden FLOUR $1.45 per bag. J ROLLERS, ETC. j (Welch's Implement Dept.) (Welch's Grocery Dept.) of a feather they say flock together. will be glad to pay for the information. American Royal Fence McCormick Machinery Old Hickory Wagons Weber Wagons Ilrown Cultivators Avery Harrows Jancsvillu Corn Planters Blue Grass Hardware Best Grade Field Seeds Vulcan, Oliver and Syracuse Plows Kentucky, Hoosior and Superior Drills Walkover Shoes Bostonian Shoes Rilliken Shoes Stylepltis and International Clothes Paul Jones Middies and Dresses H. and W. Brassieres Thompson Corsets Holeproof Sox Coopqr Underwear Bradley Sweaters McCall Here are some of our birds BIRDS Iloosier Kitchen Cabinets Wurlitzcr Pianos Victrola and Columbia talking machines Detroit Vapor Oil Stoves New Process Oil Stoves Majestic Ranges Favorite Cast Ranges Phoenix Buggies Hercules Buggies Meyers Pumps Cole's Hot Blast Stoves Moore's Heaters Simmons Beds and Springs Did you ever see a better bunch to shoot at? If you did, tell us, we the best in THIS WORLD. Sherwin Williams and Banner Paints Kreso Dips San Tox Drugs Melha Toilet Articles Elgin and Waltham Watches Also headquarters for Oils, Glass, Jewelry, Glassware, Rugs, Pictures, Meat Market, Groceries, Aluminum and Enamel ware Shoe and Harness Shop and Undertaking supplies' of all kinds The best are none too good for our customers. Some birds Stetson and Worth Hats Devonshire Ginghams Derryvale Linens White Sewing Machine Sidway Baby Carriages Iircnlin Window Shades Sharpies Separators Dazcy Chums Whittle Trunks and Suit Cases iiisscll's Sweepers Hot Point Supplies Grand Rapids Furniture Karpen Davenports Dolly Varden Flour Cerelia Sweets Tuxedo Chop Imperial Wall Paper Ansco Kodaks Firestone nnd Kelley Springfield Buggy Tires Silvcrtown Cord Auto Tires Hess and Bourbon Stock and Poultry Remedy Patterns Arrow Collars Hall Rand Rubbers CALL ON US USE US TALK ABOUT US, EITHER GOOD OR BAD, JUST AS YOU FEEL IF YOU DON'T LIKE US SAY SO AT LEAST SAY SOMETHING LET IT BE WHAT YOU THINK IF IT IS TRUE IT WILL HELP US, IF IT ISN'T TRUE IT WONT HURT. in Cfc KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE" p USE YOUR PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" I The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 20, 1919. EK Camp in Hobokcn for n'week's stay beaucoup vineyards and lots of little beforo they were loaded onto the t'.elds of wheat or some kind of grain transport. However, when we trot to that wai Just tall enough and green Hoboken, things looked Just n littlo enough to make the place look brautl different, we were unloaded from the ful. I think that this trip up the Gir train and marched right up the main onde Is the best and prettiest one I'va drag at 12 o'clock, middny, to the had here. Pier. I never shall forget that trip The camp we went to from the through Hoboken. All the people docks wns about eight kilometers ills were lined around the sidewalks bid- (ant, with seven and one half of these It is inexpensive l. ding us gooil bye etc, and it wns here With much excrslon on our Does not evaporate-E- asy that I realty realized that I was about part we at last reached the "woul to set out on some kind of Journey, be" rest camp and put In a few ilays to use-D- ocs for better or for worse. We reached bunk fatigue with frequent Injections not freeze the docks and were met there by tin- of "Corn Hill", canned tomatoes nn will last 8)1 winter. and ned Cross women with "beaucoup" hard tack, meanwhile trying to get doughnuts and real coffee (tho last next to how many centimes It took to One packniic protects n Ford car lo fhc degrees Lclow zero I've seen) they had plenty of seconds make n penny and Just what the on them so we got pretty well fed up mademoiselle mennt when she said for the first time since that morning that oranges were selling for "un at breakfast. After wo had eaten up franc cinquanto centimes" per pair, nil the doughnuts and drank all the When one learns to Interpret this coffee, incidently touching their kind money here he hns conqucrred the hearts for two packages of cigarettes "Battle of Kom Rein" one of the around, we went aboard the good hardest fought battles of this war boys Who have been raptured, the largc rocks, tramping each one Into keeps the place as they went nlong, then put on ship "Martha Washington" Mho was from n financial standpoint. When Service Record Section already laden down with some 4000 you get the art so good that you can Service Records of the fellows who some crushed stone and tho screendropped ings on top. When they had It comreasons routs and lots of supplies. The en get n twenty franc note (about nre for different -gines were started that evening about $3.80) changed, carry off the change from the rolls of their orlginnl com pleted they had n solid rock for panies, then there nrc others which rnad nnd one that I think will stand seven o'clock and all the troops were in any thing smaller than n sent down In the hole. When we had basket and get nil the change count- keep records along this line but they the wear and tear for some months t been down about half an hour the ed before taps sounds, then Is when all pertain to the keeping up with the come, but when you step down tho stairways were opened and we were you have won in the "Battle of Kom fellows so that the folks back home road for n half mile or so and sea allowed up on deck, that wns when we Wen". ran know Just where they nre nnd about the snmo number of "Yanks" had our farewell look at America, tho Well, from this camp at Bordeaux whnt happened to them. The Graves put in n road and build n compete same consisting of n row of dim we started for tho interior pnrt of Registration Bureau keeps a record camp of thirty or forty barracks in lights nlong the Jersey coast and the I ranee. After riding about forty of each grave, wher It it located, the about ns many days ns it took the Alreflection of the "llright Lights" of eight hours in a French sidedoor number etc, and the name of the one gerians to build 800 yards of road, I'll Broadway in the sky. Pullman" labeled "40 Hommes. 8 there. All of these different depart- have to admit that it makes one n litThe next twelve days was practi Cheaeaux", we detrained at a place ments nrc collectively called tlw Crn tle hit homesick. It's Just one excally the same thing day in and day called Angers, where I remained some tral Records Office and is operated by ample of how things nre done here out. Our ship was met by six more three weeks. This is Just one of the the members of Co. I), Hq. Iln, GI1Q, and how they nre done nt home. They when we were two days out and we many training camps that nrc scatter- a branch (or rather one company) of may be right or we may bo right, we all sailed along peacefully that day ed all over this country. Here they tho Octiernl Headquarters of the will leave that for the Kaiser lo deand night. They had target practice give the men three weeks of real AF.F, When I first came to this out cide. the next day. It was quite interest srappy training and prepare them for fit there were about 600 men, working Well I suppose this Is enough for ing to watch the other ships gunner' front line duty. I was getting nlong here, now there is somewhere near this time, there may have to be one plug at the target which we were drag line at this place, liked It quite well, 3,000 men nnd S00 British Girls, mi or more time to write and I'd beder i gingp the shell would hit two or three until they looked me up nnd classified you ran see that It hns grown quite a not say everything now. Don't forhundred yards behind our ship and me two or three times one day anil bit in the past few months. We mov- - get to cut off a big illcc tif cake nnd ed from Tours to this place sometime !savc it fur me for if you nrc rcnl rood when she hit the water it would found that I had once said that glance off and hit again in a mile or eould use n typewriter, so I wns told during September. We are stationed nt counting I'll give you nn Idea of so the other side, when they hit the I could help out in the Orderly Boom here in French bnrracks, burn, etc. how long it will be before I get back I did. nnd in the The offices are all in the bnrracks count eight day for crossing the second time they were pretty well for a few days. spent as you could tell from the meantime got on S O S Job wished buildings nnd the barns have bwn ocean, inc day making connection fixed up a bit and the majority of the etc, nt New York, two days traveling splash of the water that they went upon me. I might mention here Jutt what is men sleep in them. from New York there, and add the down that time. The gunners on our You can tell from the nboe that I, sum on to the number of days that I boat were "crack shots", they would mennt by SOS. Some say it means hit the target nearly every time. We "have Our Ships", I have heard It haven't raptured over three or four am to stay here nnd you have the of the Germans like some of swer, its very simple you'll have to had Just the one day of target prac- called "Same Old Stuff" but higher tice but the troops had drill every up in Army circles it Is taken to mean the "Doughboys" have, but they call admit, but you know that problem Service of Supplies and takes In all it all WAR and I think it must be will make .Mr. Arithmetic, Mr. Algeday, until they reached the danger troops who stay be right, nt least it seemed like war to bra and all those boys do lots of thinkzone, in getting our correct places to hit the briny in case it wns necessary. hind the lines to provide the ways and me this summer whrn the days were ing. It can't be long now though, as the big end has been left behind nnd The weather wns ideal with the ex- means of supplying the fighting so hot and seventeen hours long. I haven t seen very much of this it's nil down hill going from now on. ception of about two rough days trcops with everything necessary to go ahead. It takes in the operation country so far and don't think that I Now that you hnve been so patient which caused the ship to cut up considerably, but she is a good old tub of tho Railroads, Docks, etc, and in will have the opportunity to see so ns to rend thh far, I'll bring you to and rode those wavesjust as a western fact everything that pertains to the very much more. The different plac- the point. This Is no more than my cowboy would have ridden n moder- backing up of the boys behind the es at which I have been stationed are part of the message that y all near the central fart of the counis leaving almost every prontely tame two-yeold. The "Irish Buns. Having had this said SOS Job wish try and nrc very much alike In cuj- - vince, town and village of France to Navy" met us Friday morning at daybreak, that is, the Friday before Sun ed upon me, I was sent to Tours, a tomr, ways of travel, buildings etc the Fathers in Amerim who have) day, May 12, and the Cruiser that fairly good sized town which is the We sec some very funny things us made so many sacrifices to bnrk us in had accompanied us across, executed headquarters of the SOS. I have they up pear to us but upon a closer this cause to accept our thanks and to an about-fac- e and st arted back home. teen working In the Central Records examination we find that it is the share with us the glory of Victory and the Brightest and llnppfest Xmns This "Irish .Navy" of which I speak Office ever sine my arrival at Tours. wnys and customs of the French that any of us have ever known. We was fourteen of Uncle Sammio's tor- The Central Records Office is an ofWhen the French build nn thing want you to feel though you do not pedo boats. They arc very small fice the character and nature of the articles of war but arc about the work of which is fully explained in they generally built it to stay that is wear the uniform of a soldier thnt wc speediest thing on the seas, and ore tho three words in its name. At this the reason that their buildings and know you wear it In your heart ami the most important factor in the fact office are kept the records of each towns look so much uut of date to us. are Just as much n soldier ns any of that our army has come to France, soldier in the A E F. We have hero This summer ot Tours they were the boys in OI). Beaucoup" love nnd the very best tome two million and more strong several different sections, each one building a little stretch of road about with only a small percentage of loss. Keeping a record or each man. Une.louu yards long, there were two or wishes for n Merry Xmnj and Happy I felt Just like Jumping overboard nnd for instance, in the Locator Card See- -' three French officers and some two New Year is the worse wish that I swimming out to meet them I was so tlon, in this section we have each hundred Algerian laborers worked on could pjssibly wish upon you. Gus", glad to see them. We got along 0. man's name on a small card, telling this Job for at leait two months. They K. until Sunday morning. Mother's when he arrived in France, what or- - first dug out the ground where the Private Gus I', Dunn, Day, we were in the Bay of Biscay ganizatlon he came over with, his road was to be to a depth of five or Co. I)., Hq. Bn... GIIQ., when all of a sudden one of Kaiser rank, his serial number and each six feet, filled in ail this space with Al'O 902, American K. F. Bill's "subs" was sited by one of the change that has taken place concernlookouts on a sister ship. I'll never ing him since ho came over. This tell you Just whnt happened after the Locator Card tells Just where this siren was sounded, more than the fact mmi can bo found at any tune. All that I came out of tho deal a knife, the information is taken off of the fork and spoon loser and one of the Daily Reports that are sent in by each "Irish Navy" boys turned in Its tracks organization, daily. The Central Post Office is connectand tore across the water at about ninety per in the direction that seem- ed with this section and get the aded to be tho center of attraction. dresses for all astray mail matter They dropped threo or four depth from these cards. Then there Is the FULLWnCHI.'IUlL SIZE OF WJHE bombs and took a couple of shots at Personnel Section in which is kept a rULLLtfi ITII1 OF ROLL d tho place where the submarine was record slmlllar to the except that it pertains to the specsited and continued the march, leaving the two destroyers to entertain ial qualifications of each man. For Instance, there comes an order In for the submarine as they saw fit. About noon-tim- e that day we uited a special number of motor truck drivthe first land, or rather the first thing ers, all there is to do is to go to the that left the Impression that land was I'ersonnal Section and pull out that there, that being a lighthouse on tho many cards of men who are experin tho ienced along that line. Knch trnde or coast of Franco somewhere vicinity of Bordeaux. There was ipecinl qualification is numbered on Jut three ships left in our convoy tho margin of the card and n small when we landed, one of them having clip (various colors nre used for disbeen left behind on account of its tinction) is placed over that number rudder being out of shape and the so that these cards can be pulled right other three leaving us Saturday night out without even looking at tho man's Bordcnux, the place name. Then there is tho Master Card for England. where we landed, is several miles up Section which runs along about the tho river Gironde from the sea but same lino that the Locator does only tho big ships can go there all O. K. it takes care of the man in his own In this section the cards Tho river is very narrow In some division, places, in fact so narrow that we are filed by the Division, Regiment, could talk to the people along each Company and alphabetically, so when bilnk from the deck of our liner. It a man Is transferred from one organilooked rather funny to see that great zation to another, his card is taken big ship going up Into such a small out of the former organization and river. I was beginning to wonder placed Into the proper company Into how she was going to get out, but I which ho has been transferred. The found that when we reached the place Master Card contains Information where we docked that It was quite a relative to his home address, whom Is bit wider there, and I suppose that to be notified and also the different she got out all right as it has made changes of status. Tho Casualty PHONE 27. a few more successful trips across Section gets out tho Cablegrams you .... -- I. Man , i.i- i .. since that Uate. There was certainly man iw bv .r.i ivvciio auu venue BRYANTSVILLE, soma pretty country along this river. that the right one Is reported. Then I 'A KENTUCKY. Wo sailed along the stream all after- noon, passed several little villages, which takes care of the records of the JOHNSONS "FREEZEPROOF" TEE ECONOMY We are STORE. PREVENTS FROZEN RADIATORS. iroud of The Title. We want to assist you all we can In your efforts to economize on your farm tools. We have marked our entire stock to sell at oneappllcatlon THE LOWEST MARGIN. McRoberts Drug Store. It would selling at will sell stock at cost. You can satisfy your wants at this store at live and let live prices. COME AND SEE. be untrue to claim we are cost. We are not. But we you anything in our large a very small margin over Conn The Central Record $1.50 payable in Advance. Itaued Weekly. Brothers. DESEED E exemplar, a friend and a source of inspiration. Although seventy-nin- e he recognizes no reason why leadJ. E. ROBINSON, Editor. R. L .ELK IN, Local Editor and Mgr. ership and intellectual' development should cease with ad Entered at the Post Office in Lan- vancing years, therefore the Mail evening hours are kept actively caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. engaged in careful consideration of subjects sociological, re Member Kentucky I'rcss Association ligious and political. and We are truly glad that all of Eighth District Publishers League. these tilings and more, can and will be said while he is among Rate, For Political Announcement,. us. "Here's to his good health For Precinct and City Offices..$5.00 and his family's good health, 10.00 may he live long and prosper". For County Offices . Year. For For For For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 Calls, per line .10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of Individual views, per per line line Obituaries, .. .10 .05 Lancaster, Ky., February 20, 1919 Courier-Journcf The March the 2nd., cannot but be a most pleasing and inspiring journalistic enterprise, for it is to be called the "Marse Henry Edition". This fitting tribute is made apropos by the proximity of Marse Henry's 79th birthday and the dawn of the sixth decade of his editorial guidance, not only for the Courier Journal but all Kentucky al We cannot realize thatl Marse Henry is about to round out 79 years, for his talents are the kind that "age cannot wither, nor custom stale" so great variety". is his "infinite Few men are endowed with the he possesses, his intellect knowledge of the world, of men and history, has for years been a great treat to nil who could read his writings or come within the sound of his voice. To follow his life is to follow journalism, step by step, for his nnme is synonymous with journalism and what he has said upon every vital issue in the world's history for tho past sixty years, will be quoted as long as tho world lasts. Henry W. Watterson is a great man. We have not waited for denth to say this, for often editors and writers have said this before and now they but pay a fuller tribute. He did not rise from poverty and obscurity as many great men have done; the door which led to success wns opened to him by birth, education, travel, a sound body and prodigious mind. He possesses in a rare degree the qualifications for successful journalism. Conceding all this, it remains true that, unlike others equally fortunate, he has not squandered his talents, but used them for tho benefit of his town, his state and his country. He is to his younger colleagues an The observance of Washington's birthday recalls to us year by year the patience and faith and courage with which he lived the dark years of the revolutionary war. The dullest and most matter-of-fahistory of this period throws a clear light upon these characteristics of Washington. No man ever more truly carried the fate of a nation upon his shoulders. He strove against disappointment, disaster, lack of funds and material, inefficient or disaffected aids, English propaganda at least as strong as tho German propaganda of the last few years, and through it all he looked forward with high faith and courage to the ultimate destiny of the United States. After the war a task of the utmost difficulty confronted him in tho rehabilitation of a country worn by war, lacking financial credit at home and abroad and disturbed by factional differences. Here also his wisdom and patience brought their results. It is directly to him that we owe our lives of comfort and liberty. We are again in a time of reconstruction after war. Our problems are different from those which confronted Washington and his time, but no less disturbing. It is for us to attempt to meet these problems with his spirit of foresight and patience and wisdom. So shall we behold, as he did, a greater and more beneficent Americn. ct I KHAKI B. COLUMN 1 0 Uourges, France, Nov. 24, 191 S. My Dear Homcfolki: Today is the day set apart for the members of the AF.F to write home to "Dad" and tell him Just how this thing happened so far as we, individually, arc concerned. Well, as this is my first experience as historian. I can't say whether or not this Is going to turn out Just as I expect it to, but taking It for granted that you will accept it as a combination personal history of my seven months in France and a reminder that though I may bo in this country on Christmas Day that my thought and heart will be with you there even more than it has been each day since I set sail for this land, My trip to France began on Mon- day night, April 30 about 7:30. Wo were called out of Camp Merritt about ten o'clock that morning, rath- er unaware of the fact that we were to leave so soon as the rumors around Camp Merritt were to the effect that nl) troops left there and went to a I s BECKER and BALLARD. m mmm&tmMmmm-- i ft i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20, 1919. Aberdeen-Angu- s Aberdeen-Angu- s Steers have been named a grand champions over all breeds at these points as well as at Chicago's International, since war censed. At both the Florida State Fair ami the California Liberty Fair grade Angus steer won tho single honors, and nt the Pacific International tho grand champion cnr lot wn the some kind. OLIVER and Syracuse Plows " Harrows and and " Cnr Load of good sound Yellow Miss Margaret Cook has been tho f,ucsl of Mis Smlly Prcwitt, In Win- Corn nt $1.55 per bushel. Garrard Milling Co. chester. I Cattle. John Deer Wagons, Malnble and Cast Ranges, Vulcan and Blount Flows, Manure Spreaders, 24 Disc Seed Sower, Cheap, Cultipackers, Fertilizer for tobacco beds We can save you money on anything you have to buy. Points J. i I fi) r i R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. New Line " Ladies Waists At Bargain Prices, 0 HI (!) Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. I (!) Gossip About People "ve firltl Htnllon of the Coming and Ooinji by Those Wi Art IntitiiHj In. A Alex Doty is at homo again, now a private citizen, having received his discharge paper n few days ago. Col. Joe Hascldcn left last Monday for Lonoke, Arkanias, where he ex pects to whoop up some business in the real estate line at which he is an adept. from Tom Elmore who is And winter cracked the bones that no man heed: now with the army of occupation in Germany, write his parents, Mr. nnd Hundreds of night flamed by; the season passed, Mrs. J. W. Elmore, that he I now in tho licit of health and ha entirely re And thou hast come to them at last, nt last! covered from n wound he received on the front several months ago. Tom BURNS, CUTS AND SORES I in the Mnrines and hn made good, Heal readily if FARRIS' HEALING given by the REMEDY U applied. You make The "Donation I'arty" it at member of the Ilnptist Church Sat home and save the difference. A urday to their new pastor, Itev. nnd good thing to keep on hand nt nil Mrs. Strother, nt the parsonage, on time. Get it today, you may need Stanford street was n most delightful it tomorrow. W. A. DICKERSON. affair. This most excellent couple Winter- - are nt home to their mnny friends, Mrs. Uzzio Uenilry Hays, of .StanMr. ami Mrs. Theodore ford, has been visiting the family of smith, Mrs. Earnot Sprague, Mrs. who will gladly welcome them to this miss L Gardner nnd Miss Lulu Itobvrtson, of city. her brother, Mr. James Ilcazley. I.ouisille, were guests of Mr. nnd Mr. Anna Hubble and daughter, Mrs. W. It. Cook for the week-enMrs. Luther Gibbs entertained Mattic Mae, have returned from a Tuesday at her suburban home on the returned Itichmond road nt an elegant dinner Chcnault Elmore ha visit to relative near Hcdgeville. home having recently been mustered in honor of Mrs. W. It. Cook und her Kvrry atom irlves resistance not the serving with guests, Mrs. of State out of the service after Mil Florence Johnson universe can break; Theodore Wintersmith University, spent the week the 81th Division for several month nnd Mrs. Uath rose petal holds perfection ancet Gardner, of Louisville. artists could not make. end with her mother, Mr. Lula John- In France. Many entertainments have been given Under every power and passion stir son. the element divine. ladies during their visit in this Sergt. It, E. Carpenter who has just theso If I irrasp tlie moment' meaning-- , all eternity la mine. Mr. Ellen Owsley, Mr. Theodore reiurneu irom overseas, vvim me ioin city. Theodore C Williams. Wintersmith, Mrs. Gardner nml Mrs, Division, and wus honorably discharMr, George Smith, Sr., hn been W. It. Cook motored to Danville, on ged, was the week end guest of Miss FOR THC FRUIT CELLAR. u cold but Monday. Lnviniu Montgomery, enroutc to hi confined to hi homo with la recovering. Mr. Smith is one of home in Lexington. EARS ore so much Miss Virginia Conn of Lexington the best informed men in town on more delicious canned ha been visiting her brothers, John Dr. J, S. Gilbert, who has been in general subjects, being a constant In the following man A Tho V. and Jumcs 0. Conn, of tho reading military service for several render and bringing to hi ner than In the usual this place. month nt Camp Sheridan, Alabama, the discrimination of hi school-inns-tway: Pare and cut days. Besides being a good ha been mustered out nnd returned In halve or quarter X Messrs E. W. Morrow, Tom Hal-lar- to Saturday. His many neighbor he i also n burenu of infor us desired, put them Lancaster, Guy Davidson nnd Harry Tom-llnso- n with half their weight friend in this locality were delighted mntion among hi neighbor for subhave been recent visitor in to co him. Jirts ranging from gardening to his fjwmiwusi). n KUgnr In' n none Lexington. cw.iinr, rrock and let stand torical Unto for n club paper. Tim Woman' Club met Thursday UHT IIIKIU. Ill 111U Mis Minnie Rrnvvn is in Louisville !l o'clock nt their rooms morning rook slow Mnjor McKenrie llrown has been and Cincinnati this week, purchasing afternoon nt avenue. The attendly on tho back rnrt of tho stovo until Lexington honored by the Ilritish government the latest style In millinery for her on was large perfectly done, then can ns usual. Tho nnd n most delightful by being appointed shipping control! ance Millinery Parlors. program wn given. Mis Helen Gill er of the Cnspcan Sea. Major Brown fruit hn it much superior flavor canned tins way, than when canned quickly, Mis Margaret Cook, who Is n stu- wn lender assisted by Mr. S. C. Den- come of it family for generations Quinces comn Into In tho season dent nt K. 0. VV Danville, pent the ny and Mr. J, II. Kinnnird. imbstnntlnl citizen of Garrard. Hi when uioro attention can be given to week-en- d with her schoolmate. Miss great grandfather wa postmaster of them. Grate and cook with equal The Woman' Club have Issued tho Margaret l'ctty. In Winchester. Lancniter under l'ope'ii admlnlstrn-tlon- part of migar, letting the mixture following invitations: stand In tho sugar over night beforo n major in the standing militia Mrs. Anna Hubble received a tele-pra"The Woman' Club will bo waiting and n delegate to tho first Democratic cooking. This la qulnco honey, nice Sunday from her brother, Mr. to receive you on ThuMday evening convention held in Garrard. So this as n garnish for Ico cream and pudJake Anderson, stating his safe ar- nt eight oclock at the Club rooms. present Major dings. llrown had n good Make n rival nt New Tort News from oversea Silver ollerlng for Library." of nil canned fruit nml start from u Garrard county point of vegetable llt well as pickles, preserve a view. and relishes Hint art rut Into the storo room nml cellar. A glance at tho list 3C Dr. and Mr. William M. Elliott en will tell ymi what thero I to chooso tertuined with n beautiful illnn-s- ' nnd each Is chocked oft us used. Iiuvo WHY NOT BUY party at their pretty homo oil Mapl-- j everything labeled, ns It caves disap Avenue, in honor of Mr. and Mis pointment, for oven good eyes arc some' Vrpoleon Price. The decorations times deceived In canned goods. If one make his own snusago at everywhere were in exquisite tastn The table had for its center plecu n home, roll It In corn husks and smoko lovely vase filled with red carnations. It. You will find It a most delicious nnd unusual flavor, Snvo nlco perfect BLEACH GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT-WITHO- UT A most dcllclou five course dinner husks for this pur5so nnd mako tho wu served und tho color scheme of sausage roll tho elzo of too ear that red and vvhito wa Introduced In ef ramo out of tho husk. Tie the end OR BLEND. fectivo detail. Those present were: with strips of husk and when smoked Mr. nnd Mrs. Napo'e.vn Price. Mis pack In layers In n box. Keep cool Always at hand, Kava-naugand tho sausage will keen well. Delia Tinder, Miss Martha worry or wait Without English Chutney Sauce. This sauco Miss Clark, Itev. J, It Moor-muTne house wives say Prof, Hopkins and Mr. Henry requires no rooking but should bo kept whero It con bo stirred dally for Clay KaulTman. And declare it Is so, ten days beforo putting away. Chop one pound ot apples, three-Stmrtot a dead sure success Friday, the Monster, "Hooded pound of rntslns, one dozen rlpo toma Terror", and Harold Lloyd in his fun- toes, two red peppers, tlx small onions When mixed into dough. h niest comedy. and of a cupful of mint Add an ounco of white muspatronage' of the Red leaves.teed, four ounces ot salt, one Under the tard j Cross a remarkable exhibition of por- - pound ot sugar and one and a half , 1 iI i -- 1 lit was quarts ot vinegar, boiled and cooled, ceiuuis mauu uy wuuuueti Soulier Mix and put Into a crock. held In Pari rccerrtly. DC Mrs. F. II. Mnrkibury, Mrs. Joe J. Mr. Urn Hughe visited his lister, Walker. Mixes Helen Gill and Mary Mr. J. W. Accy, in Stanford, Doty were in Lexington Saturday to witness tho "Kiss llurglar" at the N. McGrnth gave n dining Opera House. Mrs. Sunlny at her home on Maple Ave. Mr. and Mr. U O. Montgomery Mr. Jnmea 0, Conn nml children and Misses Mary Francis nnd Marhave about recovered from an attack garet K. Montgomery of Lexington, of flu. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mits Fannie Rawson, of Frnnkfort, James II. Hamilton, Jr. guest of Mrs. will Iw the week-enMisses Norma Hums and Lavinla Emma Kauffmnn. with Montgomery spent the week-en- d Mi Elizabeth Glbb returned to relative In Ilryantsville. They were llelle Washington, D. C, Wednculay, where accompanied by Miss Annie Crutchfleld who was their guest. the is attending school. Mis Mnttlc Adam of Sharpsbuv A photograph come from London the guct of her grand-motheMr. showing n group of President nnd Nockii McGrath. Mr. Wilson, King George and Queen Mary and Princess Mary. Mrs. Wiland Mr. and Mr. W. J. Homan ton i smartly dressed, her voguc-ls- h Mr. I C, Gulley are visitor In skirt revealing plump little nnklc this week. nml plump little shoes. Queen Mnry Mr. J. It. Mount and Mis Joan wear a hat which look na if it might Mount motored to Louisville and La- be one of the famous one of her own millinery nnd n long skirt that comes grange, for n ten day visit. to the point of her boot. For nny Mr, mid Mr. J. It. I'almctcr nnd feature of mode in her costume the brother, photograph might have been mnde son, are the guctt of hi I'tv. and Mr. F. M. Palmcter. nn time within the Inst twenty-fiv- e Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Mr. year. Dowdy? She i regnlt We of nnd Mr. It. I Klkin are in Louisville hcur much of the psychology I it that quality of quiet thl week taking in the Automobile clothes. moderation, of conservation that exShow. presses itself in the dress of the royal Mr an I Mr. G. M. Pi.ttcri.oii lef . family that look of being wcll-dres- Tuesday for a several day visit in eil rather tlinn smartly o that ha l.o litvillc, Circiniinti, and Winches mnde them wear so long with the ter, Ohio. Ilritish people while other royal families arc being put nsidc a out of Gulley has gone to Mrs. Znrcldn ttyle, oi rnrt into the temp bag! visit to Richmond for an extended her sister, Mr. Coley and nelce, Mrs. Captain Lord Dunsany, Irish sol It. E. Turlcy, und other relative. nnd writer of mystic apQuite n number here have received plays, to whom tho immctcrial invitations to a reception to he given peals with force of the mctcrial has Friday evening In the Executive mnn-sio- n these characteristic "Victory Verses", by Governor nnd Mr. Stanley. A DIRGE OF VICTORY. Lift not thy trumpet, victory, to the Mr.. Ellen Owsley, Mrs. Theodore sky, V.termlth, Mr Uenjmw. Gar.'ncr, Nor through battalions nor by batter Mr. Ernest Sprague and .Mrs. W. It. ies blow, Cook motored to Lexington Wednes Hut over hollows full of old wire go, day for the day Where, among dregs of war, the long-dcmlie, Mr. Elizabeth Hughe has return id from n visit to her daughter, Mr. With wasted Iron that the gun pass, ed by J. V. Acey, In Stanford. The muny Lancaster friends of Mrs. Acey r.rc When they went eastward like n tide ot flow. glad to know she is Improving slowly There blow thy trumphct that . the from her recent serious lines. dead may know. Mr. Ilowmnn Grant , having very Who waited for thy coming. Victory. creditably completed hi work of the first scmcrer at Transylvania College It is not wo that have deserved thy Mr, is on n visit to his home people. wreath, Grant hn not decided whether he will They who waited there among the continue hi college work nt Trun towering weeds: slvnnin or take up special work at The deep mud burned under the her an Eastern College. mit The Aberdeen-Angu- s war record! i ABERDEEN-ANGU- First in Wan First In Peace! First in Reconstruction. BOYS AND CIRLS. Get started on the right foot by getting the kind of win. The grand champion of the Junior Feeding Contest nt the Chicago International wa an Aberdeen-AnguIt won $300.00 in cash ami two The Texas, Mississippi, Iowa nnd Wisconsin State contest ns well medals. a ns the Sioux City Fair Contest, were Fair and the nil won by calve sired by Aberdeen-Angu- s bull. Every calf feeding contest In Canada hn been won by the same kind for the past two years. Inter-State Illinois-Indian- calf that will The American Aberdeen-AnguIn calf club prizes this year. s Breeders Association offer $1000.00 Write for free literature and get a calf tired by nn Aberdccn-Angn- s bull right now. We are going to give the boy a chance by selling nn Aberdeen-Angu- s In Lancaster this year. calf nt AUCTION on COURT-DAY- S Wc will sell n few bull old enough for service, through the Spring month. On the 24th of February wc will sell at Auction n yearling bull, which is good enough to head n herd of registered cattle, nlso can be used on grade cows and produce the best steer of any breed for quick money. Eliminate the torture of dehorning calve 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 nny 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 Aberdeen-Angu- s bull on the square In Lancaster. Bred In the purple. Hal B., is A No. one, indivually and right in every respect. Hull A llr.tl.tr I Mt.drn Blackcap I i I Hamburg Unit' IJIMO ' uiarklnrri Mellenr; Iladrn Lad lw3 nth 51 1;; nouMrmflo hadrl.ml lllsckblrd ;ud mm Allek uf llietk.tnn 1T1I-- I f I Allek of llieak.tou KhedelsiM HIsckMrd l: (ftliadelaml IthlOTSol lllxekhlrrt UK. (Alios of Aberloar i .HJI7 IUI. n.Jl-.'T- Called March 3I.IVIT Blackburn Margaret of I Tlirskslon "W1.14 HlackMrd of Hamlet t Funeiie hstill 1U5I 3ii,l ill Ml.ackblrdof Minny t Slope 1M1 lllaek Minx C. IHI-U- . ('inattulGlllof t ' nlackllne mil ) HlvJt Blackbird ll.IM.SIS Initbraiicb Minnie liana t breath. liati.man Chief I'kijn 'jllntileMclIenrT ftb l I I Letter Margaret of Itotidle llrook ll.'-- Knroy oftftonnle Brook MS. Heeehwood Lady lleati Hlaekblrd Aiidutmn llonnle Heather Cay l.ad BcHeSTiS wim ... 'Kittle Angus-Lan- d A. D. BRADSHAW Stock Farm. WALKER BRADSHAW. THF l9CABINETL, K TCnLN 30 High Grade Pcrchcron marcs and car every other week during the season shipped by express direct from the farms. Sec our Percheron mares before you buy. Time to responsible parties. J. F. COOK AND CO., Lexington, Kentucky. or 5G31. Phone 47. Night Thone 2845-- PRIVATE SALE. Iberian-America- n Under the nuspires of the British The Canadian Rett Cross contribuhosted $1,000 a day for its relief work Red Cross an pital will be founded in London by in France alone. fund raised in Chili. Car Load of good sound Yellow-CorDeath Rate In Europe. nt $1.55 per bushel. In normal times Stockholm, Chrltl-iinl.Garrard Milling Co. i, Optimistic Thought. Ail, Ice ufter mischief I like death A doughboy, medl-afte- r Berlin nnd London, In the order named, have the lowest death rate nutting Iho European eitle. Life's the pride of our nation, Fell in love with n pretty Alsatian. When he asked for n kiss, Saul this pert little miss, "What's the use of U. S. osculation?" sons who regard this life as u hugo Joke are tho ones who suy they can i e no Hlnt to It." "It seems very strange," observed the "lhat thu per- Jester. JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF AMERICAN WIRE FENCE THE BEST FENCE MADE. NewAmericanCombination Fence IS A WONDER AS A LINE FENCE NO HARD FEELINGS BETWEEN NEIGHBORS CLEN LILY It'sja mesn up to 20 Inches makes It hog-llifIt gives you a higher and more rod of fence at , -- ,i must economical fence si ver ueviteu. it Is mad ol the same I ;h quality steel and Improved galvanljlng. Full slje wire. Full weight. Full length of roll. Look for the sign: American Fence br AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE COMPANY ft, S,U j. il ILx Ms r. i L yout fsnce problem onco HIS new, double service fene. Knives for ait Close GARRARD MILLING COMPANY it: C3C Haselden Brothers fhe Central THE SHADOW fly ANNIC A. CURTIS. iCaryruM. wis. uy th Mitim. pnticr Hymtlcit.J Record,?; Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20. 1919 ;owsii,mhih A ' FEW FACTS REGARDING- - I OsFLiDrSk I j hMIIIH IIHIIHIHHH M. S. ' Moltte MnrrNiMi, Willi dark rurl) hair, biHvltclilngJimwn eye. nnd known throughout the Ullage of llend n "the iretllo't girl In town," settled here!T xniiitly In (he hlg morris chair with hrr l.lilllliu In her hip. Unit It not been that rhe, too, knew of her beauty, her KUonnllty Might have been iiinl to It. Hut .Mollle, with her lovely clolhei, I. ml nlnnys considered hcrclf n little ' nbme the bther girls of her community nml associated tvllli but one frlrl. That Kir! was IIuzcl Jiijih'k, daughter of the in'y irfiystclan lu the town. "Oh, honor. 1" said Jlollle to her r, I.HiKins out the window, "here con h that Dick Holmev I suppose he Will stay nil the afternoon." .iul then Dick rang the hell, and Mo! lie's mother iiihered blin Into the perlor where Motile was sitting. "Why, hello, Dick, 1 didn't eipect "I you thlt nfternoon." said Mollle. hne the nfternoon to myself, o I decided I would spend It with you," replied Dick. "I have been, very buy: 1 nm knitting nx sweater." "I suppose It Is for that 'fellow from the city," laughingly, ns he handed said Kick, her u large bov of chocolate. "Thank j oil, Dick, but I have eaten so many sweets today I believe I will keep the-- e until later," and Mollle placed the lmx on the piano. Their conversation was plcniint until Dick said. "Now. Mollle. I would like to tall: njth you on n very serlou iietlon. I line you nnd nk ym to be my wife. I think I hne rmRUIenl mean to make n home for you. Will you take the question serloitly nnd ile. leaving. ltefor ride the matter?" Dirk Invited her to nttend a ball with Mm the following eenlng. After Dick left that evening. Mollle had n long tnlk with her mother concerning Dick's welfare. Mr. Ilarrl-Miapproved of Dick's company nnd considered him a gentleman In every way. "I nm going to test hi love for me some day, mother," said Mollle, haughtily. "Ilemember, Mollle. that may mean a broken heart." said her mother In n thoughtful tone. d The next evening. Mollle, as as n bird, dressed for the ball. Her gown of deep pink with Its silver trimming brought out her beauty a never before. Although there were girl from far and near, Mollle was the loveliest. All went well until Mollle refused Dick the "Good Night" waltz and pave her order to the "fellow from the city." However, Dick In a way overlooked this nnd enjoyed the wait with Martha Irving, whoso gentle manner had always pleased him. When Dick left Mollle at her home that evening he aiked to spend filday evening at her home, nnd, to hi great surprise, Mollle said she would be pleased to have him. Little did he realize Mollle's deceit and what a reception he would get. "Mother," said Mollle, "I can never think enough of Dick to marry him. My nature calls for a man of different nature." "Well, dear, If that Is the way yon feel, tell Dick so and do not keep him In suspense," replied her mother. "lie will find out soon enough." said Mollle, ns she tossed her head pertly. 1'rlday evening. Dick who was a true as his word, entered the yard at Mollle's home and noticed a light In the parlor. What did he see? Could he believe Ills own eyes? Kor there wes the shadow of Mollle nnd a figure with his arms nround her, e'lluaclng her. "It's the 'fellow from the rlty," said Dick, a he turned nnd walked toward hi home. Then Mo. lie's suitor took off her masculine dress, mid the tears rolled down her cheek she luughed at her success. "I'erhap he thought your gentleman friend very Impolite not to remove lit hat, but my hair would have given mo nwuy," suld Hazel Jujlles. "linnet, you're a trump. I bet he I will nevei come to see me ngnln," said Mollle. HATFIELD j DENTIST Office over The Gsrrarit Hank Office 5. Resldrnci 370. Plionei LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I) nice at Rsinry LnnrnMer. Dr. Win. D. Pryor, Votorinnry Surgeon and Dentist. s Livery Stsble. Kentucky J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. Odic. Hour. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilclicr Hotel. A to 12 and t to 5 p.m. j. A. Beazlev DIUECTOK Ovir Nitionsl lUnk. Rjiidanc l'irn 3. Oiliv Plune Olllc '.'7 ' LAN'CASTKIt, KY. SERVICE In 1918 I sold 31 Oiilsmobilps, and the repniriiiK of them has been so little making this announcement. 1JROKEN SPRINGS, four main leaves, but not nwhole sprinjr. Hattery trouble on two cars, mix cylinder head gaskets to replace, we have not had a single broken gear of any description, and we have never had a rear axle taken from under any of them. Only one car in a severe wreck. "Is not this worth my consideration?" I want the prospective buyer to r.sk himself this tiuestion We have sold a number of different cars but none will compare with this, this car is a wonder from every standpoint, the beautiful lines, line leather trimmings and A- materials used throughout the entire car. -l ,M. .1. PATRICK, Dtintlwt. that I take pleasure In Paint Liok. Kentucky Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call. Anlw.rrd NicM. LANCASTER, Promptly Phone 317. KENTUCKY. Day or THE OLDSMOBILE IS THE SECOND TO THE OLDEST IN THE UNITED STATES. They have had twenty one years' experience. They were old in experience when the average manufacturer began making cars; five years ago when the average car was bringing $75(3.00 to $1,100.00 the Oldsmobile was bringing ?3,000.00 to $7,000.00 they were in n class with the Packard nnd Pierce Arrow. In recent years they have come down but still have that same rich refinement as in former days. I heard a man say the Olds was known by the company it keeps. It has been always found in the best society ami used by the best people in America. The same applies to Danville and vicinity. v Hon&ker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. The The Olds-37- , 6 cylinder, delivered, $1445.00. , 8 cylinder, J. B. D1NWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, - Olds-45- delivered, $1840.00. This is with all necessary equipment. NOTICE Weave just installed a truck tire press and we are glad to announce thnt it is working We also do repairing on truck tire wheels, such as fine nnd can press on and off tires on short notice. putting in spokes, rims, reset the hub band or tightening the hub. We solicit your future business. KENTUCKY. GIVK MK A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Will make display of Models 45 and 37 Touring and Roadsters Saturday, February 22nd and Monday, February 24th, in front of LANCASTER Court House, Lancaster, Ky. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANOASTKR. ' I KENTUCKY. 7:3i)-9p.- Olllce over Storm's Drug Store. f( Arnold GARAGE IN CONNECTION. Hours 12 a.m. Ipm CD. JCHIi WHITE LOUICVI'.LB, KY. I tlbsral sirlmsat sad tJll Vitus tr rime owl UIIU llld.a sad SUas 01 BOOKKEEPING BuilBtu.Phonography TYPEWRITING nd Cut USE About a mouth later Jlollle rend the announcement of the engagement of Richard Holme and Martini Irving. t us yet Mollle has no other suitors, because she Is known us "tricky," and CARTERSVILLE. ohe t.nw realizes that her mother was rlsht when she told her she would have Mrv Kuth Davis who has been very to suffer tho consequences. nek is tetter at this writing. Mrs. Kliia Conn visited her dnugh-.i- r, Dialect Was Once Good Engllih. Mrs. Pierce Allen last week. a form of A illnlect Is thi) mother tongue spoken by people Mr. John M. Key U visiting rela-'Iv- e of native Mock, long settled In the this County in Washington where It prevnlls. It li of milto ,.cck. n ti ancient and respectable descent ns Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Pennington nm! tlie accepted speeih. Accident him reduced It to the coiidltloli of a local children visited Mr. anil Mrs. C. S. or provincial Idiom. It has diverged iloop Inst Sunday night. from the standard literary language, Mr. drover Colfey who lias Just reor the latter has diverged from It. from overseas, visited Mr, and For dialects, a Is well known, are turned night. conservative, nnd cling to many vo- Mrs. Jcir Davis last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dawson and cables. Inflections, syntactical usages and pronunciations which are nearer daughter, Mrs. Etfle Tussey, visited to the primitive tongue than those Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop last Sunday. which have displaced them In the acMr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Dalian! have cepted speech. moved to the houso recently vacated by Mr. nnd Mrs. Andy Conn. We In a Minute, W fin b pond msnv thtncs In a mln- - welcome them to our neighborhood. uta. For Instance, we are whirled on ' WOLF TRAIL. the outside of the earth just 13 miles atiA tiBvA iron nround the sun 1.039 miles; a ray of light has traveled 11 r Mrs. Jesse Casey has been on the 100,WU miles; me lowesi suuuu juur , run itrli Inn made 000 vlbru- - sitk list. Mr. Raymond Davis is In Lexington ftlons; the highest tone, 2.2f)O,OQ0 vi brations, ana fuo wonu 01 jjoiu uu this week with Ills tobacco. btea extract), from MotUtc Carta. R. M. ARNOLD, Prop. Danville, Ky. Mr. James Land are improving from an Mtnck of influenza. TELEGRAPHY . Arnold's Hand-Mad- e Buggies H BUSINESS CQLIEQE n'.uuii it. nnl.H..l,l"l-III.. I.. uiiti 1. ra.rr.r.111. h. f..r.of .lr.rl.af. lu..llr.i llr( U.hln. 1.ibm., tto nl.r rj. .nl reuM lr ,itw. rrt.l-l.n- r.r.4 n wm-- a sec Mr. Itice Teater, who is station- tho eyes in Danville nt the hospital will return home this week. ed there. Mr. McKinley Mathews who lias Master nimT liny spent the weik-en- d HUCKEY&. with bis uncle, John Hay nnd been stationed at Camp Meade Md., received mi honorable discharge and family, glud returned. His many friends are Mr. nnd Mrs. Meade Teater visiteil Mr. Jasper Sebastian spent Mon- to see him back ugaln. Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter, recently. day night with bis sister, Mrs. W'ilbert Mrs. S M. Morford visite her Dally. MtYANTSVILLE re- daughter, Mrs. Clyde Hrumfi Mr. Powell Dniley und family have ccntly. s J. C. Williams and Liiiie .ill abxut recovered after several duyt M!m Hnrhnra Cullcy was the guest ' Uurgens were in Danville Wednesday, lust Wcdnetduy of Miss Mayme Se illness. , Miss Zilla Duucs motored to Dan bastian, Rny spent Mr. Ceorge Newton Tuesday night with Ills brother, Mr. ville Tliursdny in her new "l!lectrlc". Mrs. A C. Miles who has been suffering with flu is very much improved Mosc liny. Miss Murv Kllen l'n r lev ll.n accent Mr. nnd Mr. Mo.o ltay and fnmily ed n position us milliner ut Clothier, nt this time. v ere guests of Mr. und Mrs. Wllberl Messrs It. W. Sunders. S. N. Mor- West Va. imly, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ilnllard spent foul nn,l W. II. Oulley were In Lex Mrs. Klijali MrMillian visited Mrs. Sunday in N'icholasville, with Mr. nnd ington, last week. Thompson Sanders of Teatersvllle, Mrs. II. U Klder. Rev. D. I''. Sebastian will fill his Wednuday nfternoon. regular appointment here Sunday Mt I.llllun Iloswell has returned morning ut 11 e'clock. bought sonic Mr. Carl Moberly to .Springfield after a visit with her Mr. und Mrs. Walker llrndslinw and corn from II. W. Sanders of Buckeye i can uoswcn. sister, miss children spent Monday with her parat eight dollars per barrel. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hose of Winchesents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mrs. Raymond Davis nnd Mrs. Anhero Thursday to attend the Mr. It. W. Sanders and family and drew Stotts family and Mr. Ottis ter were funeral of his brother, 0, II. Hose. Mr. W, II. fiullcy and family spent Stotts fnmily are all 111 with the flu. Mrs. Mary KJIerkelc who under- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W, h Messrs Klbcrt and Clyde Teater left last week for the Great Lakes to went u very successful operation of Whittaker. Tho undersigned licreoy give warn-Vn- g to all persons not to trespass upon our land: for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all o (renders to llio fullest extent of tho law. Hunters und fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkln, Mrs. Corn Phillips, Mrs. Kmma Daniels, It. U Arnold. Mrs. Surah J. V. Hnckley, Mrs. Kmma Higginbotlium, Kdil nml N. II. Price. 8. C. liigsby. D, M. Anderson, II. POSTED U Barker L5i 12 Poultry Tonic Gak Yon cin insLa 13 r.tliMisiir Ihd lie.L r? I 0 J.iuiliyUjuU: known ( w ii h atAi I'utti. vsau ii.rt.i rwii'; C'urvs suit lirerents rsties. liniiivriiiHK, cuoiera. sni At Ururf- putt lualiislo. rKt. or hy tiuuk f iij. rnrt frv.. tautM bawtj U, luiulai.il. Ilaselden Drothtrt. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20, 1919. IS DARTING, PIERCING SCIATIC PAINS SAVING ICE IN COOLING MILK Insulation and Proper Size of FEDERAL RESERVE DOARD FINDS READJUSTMENT COMING AFTER WAR CONDITIONS ADNORMAL Giro way beforo tho penetrating effects of Sloan's Liniment J Tanks Arc Important Factors ' Washington. Deflnlto cvldcncM of the beginning nf financial recuperation following abnormal wf conditions are ml forth by tlio Federal Hoard In a rovlow of thn These lYbruary rctervo bulletin. rTldennw arot Increase of bank balances at financial centers, a tendency toward lower rates for money, lessening nf thn amount of paper lield by fYderal Iteoerrn and Member Hanks, Inflow of gold coin and gold ccrtlfl-ratat bank. Indicating greater confidence. In the financial situation, and lessened demand tor monojr, and decline In the volume of Federal Unserve notes outstanding, demonstrate ing tho elasticity of tho Federal system. Tho board deptoretl evldcno a of the rrlaintlon of wartime economies, saying that tho Industries of the United Htates and other countries would soon need quantities of npltaL and that It behooved Americana to cnntlnuo to bn thrifty and pile up of credit. "The return of actlvo ptoductloa and consumption Is being retarded." the. board observed, "by high cipensca of production.' TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - in Reducing Costs. So !i tlioso rheumatic twinges and of lumbago, the nerve the Inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligament sprain, the muscle strain, and the throbbing bruise. The case, of applying, the nuicknesa o relief, the positive results, the cleanliness, and the economy of Eloan'j Liniment make it universally preferred. INSULATED TANKS FAVORED Ahcut E0 Per Cent of Dairy Farms Producing Markst Milk Use So.no Sort of Coding Tank Con-crcFavored by Many. (l'rt;icd AS. SI tsWl ELR .11. GUNN'S CIIAPCL. r.uite ill. Si.'.ips.a has been ir I.ko Hurt u M;. iier I'uft-r- ' Mls Inez I.und visited Miss Allelic MtCullcy. MILLWQRKER TELLS THE 1919 VERSION OF mm n SH IE UU u L STANFORD STREET CUPPINO COU"THINK PONS," ME SAYS. "IT DOESN'T SEEM REAL." OF ME i i Mia Bessie. Tenter Is nt homo from the Danville Hospital. r Sirs. J. H. Sparks wns n recent of Mrs. llermnn Doolin. Messrs II. M. Kurtz nnd Sidney Smith erc in HarrodsburR, recently. Mrs. Marion Simixon of Decatur, Illinois was n recent visitor here and jit Nina. Miss lva Hollon was n jrucst of Mrs Hubert I.onc; of Lancaster Wcdnes-ua- y nicl't. Keltic Eait was Snturday until Monday Mrs. here with from .Miss wtj orratl ujiiu waters, for thou PIIBit lint, it many dajs." Millions of Amrrl-- ' ana can today testl-- , ly to the truth of this promise. They have learned that the principle Is operative now aa well as then. Millions who never hail a savings account havo been Induced by patriotism to savo their pennies and their dollars. As a result they now own government securities ami Mdong to A start tha coupon cllpplnc class. toward financial Independence liaa almost miraculously cnm from pome-thinthat nil their lives tliey kav v vpArA the - fib I c. We Pay che Highest Market Price and Un- - g load the Same Day. g They have oecn throwing away. lenrned tho possibilities of thrift and better citizens. A topical experience was told the other day by a day laborer In a manufacturing plant. Youncstown Here Is his story practically In bis own words: "Up to two years ago I didn't and Jl never hoped to have n ka rent saved. With 11 Ife and two kids and a little home to keep up on 13 a day It didn't look poaslble. "That's what I told myself vhen they began talking about Liberty Ilonds and Thrift Stamps 1 I am patriotic. wanted tn help win tho war, IkiI It seemed Impossible to atrstch our wages bvyoi.it thn food nnd rlothoa and coal. The missus agreed with mo but we kept thinking about It and talking about It and finally wo began to II cur". Well, It's n long story and I can't remember It all. It Just aomcd to happen. First I rut out the (Sunday ctgnr and later the old pipe. Mother gave up a feather she wanted, forgot the movies and cut down on the food trtinmln'r. The kids went barefoot a little lunger. "We plunged and bought a First Liberty Imn ltond and paid for It, 12 n rtk We didn't miss a week. I'll neer forget the family Jubilee, when I brought home that beautiful JSO bond. The youngsters Jumped up nnd down and Ma and I wrrc some proud. "That was tho beginning. Ths four of us hnd got the bug- - Ws haven't missed an Issue. Wo now own J 150 worth of those bonds and are paying on our fourth one, "Think, of mo clipping coupons It don't seem real. Of course, we havo been In a terrible war, bat U It has taught many people how to save as It haa us. It bos done a wonderful thing. We're going to keep right on and I hopo there'll be more bonds and stamps. W port of need something to force us to savo even now ami the thought that we are helping Undo Bam helps push." i k NO COMMISSION I CHARGED. Residence 245. Warehouse Phone 34 Lennn Hollon. lias Mrs. Mike Ray of Buckeje been ill at the home of her daughter, M- i- Cordelia Davis. Messrs John Lnnd, HukIi N'e; and Misses lva Hollon, Hernice Tenter nnd I.enna Hollon, were in Danville. Wednesday. , Mrs. Uobert Wliittnkcr of Scotts Fork, h.-- been with her brother, J. W. Dailey nnd family wiio have been II with influenrn. llessrs Jolin nnd Tom Matt Chan- kr have bold their farm to Mr. Morris Murphy. They have purchased tl.c farm of Mr. II. II. Hall. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobart Teatcr and little son, John W., who have been nil Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teatcr nnd Mrs. Loie N'oel, have recovered from their Illness and nre now nt tVir heme. ZS6 . Hereford, (00 to ir Wrllit Sttcrs for Sale. t.USO Annus and Shorthon Itw. p rj BLIC SALS HAVING SOLD OUR FARM, WE WILL ON HARRY I. DALL, intcreH! write our wania. Cboire quality by Die l'nlteI (Mates mint ot Agriculture ) lly npplylng scientific tests to vnrl-oti- s methods of cooIIiik milk dairy of Hie United States depart-uitof iigilculturo Intro found Mho rilntlvo effcctlvenrM nnd economy of methods In inot common nw. tlio host nnd relatively poor nnd locution of t:ink, each D feet Ions. 1!',S feet wide, Inchon dep, tho fedi rnl lnc-tliitnnnd found u dlffereiuu In Ice usl of nhoiit 1C0 pounds of Ice In n nine-hoday. At the inoderntc rost nf 15 cents n hundredweight for leo, the extra expense of the Inefficient method v.i'iild be nhoiit $72 ilurlnK n hot- wtathrr period of 150 dnya. All tests envo result.', strikingly In f.nor of Insulated tanks s comrpirj-with solid walls of wood, concrete, or pietiil. In iidd'thm, Imlldlng the proii-e- r siv of tank nnd IihvIdk It Indoors wcr.- - found to lie Important factors In roollns milk quickly nnd economically, l'rom the eNpcrlments, It appears t tut t n tank which hold three ch Rnl- or four nil! his of witter for Ion of milk results In n more rfllclont Uio of Ice than n tank of larser size. Cooling Tanks Largely Used. The Ituportimro of thee Mtidlcs to practical ilalrymen Is made cldent by the knowledte thnt about 80 per cent of dairy fnrins pnnhnint; mill: use some sort of coolln? tnnk. Not only nui-- t the milk he cooled low enough to Lcep It bweet nnd marketable, but the reduction In temperature mtit b. secured ns quickly ns possible, so that tho milk may bo shipped promptly. In Its InveIpitlon of these problem", the department found a combination meth od most practical. ISy this method the by means of i nllk Is first E'irface cooler: then tlio cans of mill. pat In n tank of Ice water. Whcr sue th water pn&dnff through the snrfnci cooler lias n tcmpernturo of 55 de can of milk cat S,rtes r, n be properly chHled In about 20 rain of tho tlmu utcs, or nbout one-thir-d necestnry without Concrete Tank Favored. The coollns tnnk which tho experiments Indicate t be best suited to the needs of n dairy farm producing market milk Is made of concrete with a tlftht-flttlncover and all wnlls 8 or 10 !rrt Fairfield, Iowa I 1 ;f a Tuesday, February 25,1919 AT 10 U'CLUUIS., A. M., GARRARD COUNTY, SELL AT PLJBLIC AUCTION, ALL OUR PERSONALTY. 1 1 Good Type of Farm Ice House. AT OUR PLACE IN POLLY'S BEND, 4 MILES NORTH EAST OF BUENA VISTA, IN Live Stock, Peed and Farming Implements Extra good team, of 6 year old horse mulce, team of 15 hand 6 year old mules, 49 head of Choice Shoats, average 125 pounds, 7 Good Brood Sows, due to farrow in March or April, 49 Head of Extra Good Black Faced Ewes, three tofour year-- i old, "vvith lambs at side, 2 Pure Bred South Down Bucks, 2 Jersey Milk Cows, will be fresh soon, 1 Good Short Horn Cow, Be Fresh in Spring, 1 Extra good Short Horn Cow and Calf, Two 700 pound Steers; old Heifer Calves, 2 Yearling Steer, One 50 Barrels of Good Picked Corn; Several Tons of Hay and Oats; 1 Nine-Months f x Liberty Loan Levity I" the Yank to his brother, the Gobi We've put Hun where he no more can rob And pillage and kill I wonder now will fhe folks at horns Finish ths Job." Tha HMktaaU a! ntlCS rCOUlf Sell Bon and call upon your loyaRy as dM m problem ofwrmng ths war. Brown litif liffln ii good as new; 2 No. 13 Steel Beam Vulcan Plows; 1 Riding Cultivator; 1 Tobacco Cultivator; 1 Good Disc Harrow; 1 Double Shovel Plow; 1 set of Wagon Harness, good as now; 1 Set of Plow Gear; 1 Primrose Cream Separator, 191S model; 1 Cream Can; Lot of Hoes, Double and Single Trees and Other tools found on a Farm. TERMS MADE KNOWN UN DAY Uf iALfc.. two-Horse i i Krt,s.,rt Ot-iw- l ml .nlAn WTn tvr 1 4tir-- i li riven itMinri line nrif lmnn ncnrl C. and W. Slakeman. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer, Lancaster, Ky. (POLLY'S BEND) BUENA VISTA, KY. P. O. Inches thick Including n 'J Inch layer of Insulating niHterlul. The tank Is located In it lullk house and Is built partly under ground to rfduce the labor of lifting tho enns In and out. Tlio amo piping which supplies (he tank with water may also conveniently supply the surface cooler which Is Installed In the same building. When the quantity of milk produced varies much from seusoii to season. It Is bcetto construct n tnnk of two parts, making the larger part nbout twice the size of the smullcr. Either rnrt or both together may bo used no cording to the amount of milk. . Value of Inculatlon. In Its studies of milk In railroad transit tho depnrtment's Investigators found that Insulated cans or tho use of felt Jackets gave satisfactory results both lu summer and winter. The bene-Hclresults were especially notlce-abl- o when trips were of considerable length or Involved transfer of rnllk at Junction points where tho cans were no ehellered. In summer tbo temper-- 1 uture of chilled milk In Insulated or J Jacketed cans rose very slowly and In winter tho same protection prevented the milk from freezing. Inch thick A felt Jacket one-hal- f was found to bo almost as effective ns ono an Inch thick In experiments made' condlthsix. under typical Milk cooled to between 10 and 43 degrees r. on the farm, even In very hot woather, through the use of felt Jackets or Insulated cans arrived at tha market with but n relatively small rise In temperature. Detailed Information on the cong tanks ami struction of methods of shipping milk at low temperatures may be secured by application to tho dairy division of tho United States department of agriculture OYLE COUNTY FARM AND LINCOLN COUNTY FARM AT e PUBLIC 9 AUCTION FRIDAY, v SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man THURSDAY, FEB. 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.f I 27 for Jack Spoona-mor- e. FEB. I will sell to the "High Dollar" 172-acVe- 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., I will sell to the "High Dollar" 170 acres for W. C. Floyd. 28 1! J LOCATED 3 MILES FROM DANVILLE ON PERRY-VILL- E PIKE. In the very heart of best section of Boyle County. This farm is extra fertile land, gently rolling a tractor farm, easily cultivated. No waste land, all tobacco land. It sho' does look good and is just as good as it looks. 32 ACRES IN WHEAT BALANCE FOR CORN AND TO20 ACRES BLUE GRASS, BACCO THIS YEAR. Two tenant houses, 1 stock barn, 8 buildings. Well fenced acre tobacco barn. New ground-ne- w and everlasting water. The entire farm will grow the best tobacco and is ready right now for heavy cultivation. Will subdivide and sell in 3 tracts, 60 acres, 70 acres and 42 acres, or may sell 2 of the tracts together. WILL SELL IT THE WAY YOU WANT TO BUY IT. Immediate possession, subject to tenants' share crop contract on just a part of it. Everybody knows land near Danville will continue to increase in value. BUY THIS FARM NOW, WHILE YOU CAN. 70 ACRES FINE MEADOW AND HUSTONVILLE LOCATED ON STANFORD PIKE, 1 mile from Hustonville that thriving village with Graded and High School, churches, 2 Banks, business houses, etc, etc., 3 2 miles from More land on the Q. and C. Railroad. farm a "DANDY" This is strictly a first-claspartly rolling some bottom land. home. The land level and This is a "Corking" good farm. 102 2 acres on one side and G7 2 acres on the other. 30 ACRES SOWN TO WHEAT, 60 ACRES BLUE GRASS, PART OF IT VIRGIN SOIL, BALANCE READY FOR CORN THIS YEAR. 8 room 2 story dwell ing--2 halls-- 3 out buildings-- 2 tenporches-concre- te basement, cistern-a- ll box stalls-wat- er ant houses. Double cribs,"large stock barn-- 10 piped into barn and equipped to feed 65 mules or 100 cattle. Everything all O. K. Also W. C. Floyd will sell at the same time the following personal property: 3 work mules, 1 gentle family horse, 1 jersey cows and heifers, 14 yearling steers, sow and pigs, a lot of Gorn, hay and fodder; 1 mowing machine, 2 hay rakes, 1 wagon, 2 turning plows and a lot of other farming implements and household and kitchen furniture. 1-- s, up-to-da- te 1-- 1-- e t) o m i) EASY TERMS AND IMMEDIATE DINNER SERVED. THESE FARMS ARE SURE TO i POSSESSION. THE OWNERS OR THE UNDERSIGNED SLL WILL SHOW THEM AT ANY TIME. ! m Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KY. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Manager, Phones 384-- F, I or 174 or 221, Lancaster. -- gcl UlU duiu ui uiv possession, 276 acres, 136 acres, 175 acres, L lUl UOn ,L, ttuinuwnnMo i 1.9 miioafrnrnDnnville on March 4th. We have several farms we can sell f or immediate " '- 200 acres, 40 acres. - 0 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20 9 19. I illllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli THE SHALLOT The Minltflt Is n variety nf small nnlnn Hint Is frequently .I n tiled In early spring for Hk small bulbs, nr "fliliM," whlcli nro used In tlm satno manner n onions. The leaves are utilized for (liivorlni;. Another nnlnnllkn plant In tho rlilri. the small round, liolluw leave of Mlilch are used for flavoring soups. These leaves mny lie cut freily, is they nro noon replaced ly others. mm In I THE PEMBERTONS Dy SARAH B. INOHAM AIL one-Jia- lf tiopynsni, iftlllllllllllllllllllmillllllllllilllllltlllllr yju, t,y ul8 ant jure rnn liptr Syndicate FARM BUREAU MAKES WAR ON HOG PLAGUE Cholera How Apparently Under Control in Missouri County. Firmer! Get Prompt I Any Move for Qood of Farming Practical Valut ef Farm Du. rtau la Demonstrated. of Agriculture ) effort In ll'l" tn give A rip elcmonslnitlons In lii'C rliolirn In Duukln mtuity, Mo., .iicclnntlnn Having sold our farm, four and on the Crab Orchard pike, we will on miles from (I'rr'"l by Iha l'nlll Ststn rwport-mvn- t ulliil utterly. Hut In MIS O.T0O lings on 421 farms in that county were vaccinated between April 8 nnil September 20, and cholera li now apparently unilcr con-iro- l there". In 1017 the farmer ty had no centrnl of Dunlin counorganization of : AT TEN O'CLOCK sell to the highest and best bidder, the following personal erty, to-wi- i tic sday, .Mch t: 3-- 4 prop- . Kept Under Unhealthfut Con. ditlont. their own tlirongli which n campaign against liotc cholera could bo con. ducted. In IMS they had n fur in bureau, y with active committees tn e'very In the county which accounts for the difference. Now they enn get In nny mine for prompt the Rood of farming. Hoc rlinlirn linil lone lievn Inking toll of the hiigs of Pmikln rounty, mid In April, 11)17. the county burenu decld"! to Inaugurate Dich n general enidlentlon campaign. ccinnmiilty romiultlee was notified that the county ncent nnd n vi'terlnnrlnn of o the United States department of would visit the community on to vaccinate a certain dnle. hogs, riirmeni were urge-e- l to get their hogs Into pens beforehand, n necessary preliminary, an hogs nro ordinarily nllnwed to run nt lareie In that region. Tlio response to the npnl of Hie local committee-mawni prompt nnd general, Hogs wife offered for In every community In the county. In n kliort time onlmnls, on Xf farms, hud been given the o slinultnnceiut trentment, nnd the was apparently checked. A few uiiks later, however, other outbreak occurred nnd the work wb resumed, 1.2ID hoc, on 74 farm, being vuccl-nati'Now, although hog iliotem linn not been Mumped out altogether. It Is apparently uiujor control mid Its virtual erndlnttlnn seems nisured, almo tlm fanner of the region have been convinced by uctunl ehsnonslrntlon of the value of vaccination. Tho campaign has shown, also, the practical value of tin- - form bureau organization. Without the uld of the farmers' own organization, the county agent urnl the federal veterinarian would have been almost imwerloss to accomplish much In meeting the emergency. Hogt One Jack 5 years old, this is one of the Best Jacks in the State, is 15 4 hands high, Black with While points, and is a great breeder. One Jack 4 years old, Black with White Points, 15 hands high. One Jackt 3 years old, Black with White Points, 15 hands high. These Jacks are in fine shape and ready for the Season. One Percheon Stallion; this horse is a great breeder, and Sure. One Saddle Stallion, Walking Pat, better known as the old Todd Horse. One pair Percheon mares in foal to Jack; One Percheon filly coming 2 years old; One pair old mare mules, broke to work; One pair Per5 year old mare mules, good workers; Three cheon Geldings, (5 years old, the best team in the county; One six year old Mare in foal; One yearling Saddle filly, by Blue Chester and dam by Preston; One sorrel gelding, 5 years old and a good one; 2 good Work Mares, both in foal to Jack. One registered Jersey Cow with calf by side; One registered Jersey heifer; One Jersey cow and a splendid milker; Two yearling Heifers. ar Ileth was aroued from her rending1 by n henry chugging sound. outlde Looking out she saw n young man darting hero and there about n large tourlns car. Kvhlently something bad gone wrong with the machine. Pulling out bis watch he ezclalme.1 tn himself. "Only ten minutes to Aunt Sue on that train. I've got to make It mipiiIiow. All I I know what Perhaps I can borrow that I'll tin. horse I see III there." I'eth wns nil alone nnd grew quite excited when she saw the young man running Inwnnl the back door, for already kIic had thought that lie was rather nice. She nnsnered the hurried knock, nnd tho young man snld. "Il.ciic me, mnilnin, but could I borrow your hore and carriage that I see out there? My machine has broken down, and I'm tn meet my aunt nt tho Hallon In eight minutes. I really must be there. I'd tnfco good enre of your property nnd return It very soon Ileth wns p'tnled. Should she let her prlrc hore go Inlo tho hands of n trnnger, nnd what would her parents say If he did? Seeing that she henltnted, the young mnn drew n curd from n euie, passed It to Ik r and snld, "You know my ma-- i bine Is yours until your outfit Is tn job. You really would oblige me so liimh If you would let me take It." Were ln-- eye deeelvlnx her. or was It really trite Unit she had known this )ouug In., 11 before? While n nuug prl, nod whn visiting an aunt In New Yolk, she had met nt a party n toy by ills inline, nnd perhaps It was the same one. Ten minute seemed like hours now, for the jounc maid wns quite anxious No for the return of the stranger. under they hadn't recognized each other, for It had been six )ears since they had met. The Incoming train gave Its UMinl shrill loot and Ittth pictured Aunt Sue alighting from 117 with the assistance of her nephew. Ah I they were coming down tho road now. lllack Ileauty was pnincing along at high speed, knowing that her mistress was waiting fur her. "Well, we're baik safe and sound, and 1 surely appreciate the loan of your outfit. I see you ure guarding my car I mean yours, ha, ha. 'This Is my aunt. Miss " "Peinberton." Interrupted llth. Did you say Fetnber-ton- ? "Pembertonl cth If" pnnil Farming Implements. Two Studebaker wagons, good as new; two good buggies and harness; two hay Frames, good as new; Two sets of wagon harness, one with Leather tugs; some extra collars, bridles, hal ters and numerous other things. One saddle and bridle, good as new; Two turning plows; One Disc harrow; One section Harrow; Some Double shovels, hoes, and other things too numerous to gasoline Engine, good as new; One pair of horse mention. One Grist Mill, with G horse-powe- r clippers; Two steel oil tanks, one 50 gallon and one 30 gallon. Three Stands of Bees; Some empty gums; Some Household and Kitchen Furniture and about 100 Chickens. TERMS EASY AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. Ti) "Why, say, are you the Ituth Van berton that visited the Smiths In New York abemt six jears agol" "I think I can answer for that person, Mr. Primrose." and now she two delightful dimples. Hands were shaken nnd a rapid commenced. "You see we arrhed Monday from New York, and we nro stajlng nt the Durns cottage for the summer. It's sure Jolly to'tlnd an old friend close by. Now I think If you will trust me again I'll drive Aunt Sue home nnd then we can resume our talk." Litter In the evening when Mr. and returned they were Mrs. Pembe-rto- n very much surprised to find their daughter entertaining n young man on the piazza, but when Ileth told them her story nnd after they we're lntro-cluo.- il he was made most welcome, and was n lasting one, for the this ni'le-omfollowing jour he bcrnine a to Mr. Pe.iiberton, CANCER HAS VARIOUS ORIGIN Peculiar Customs, It Has Deen Proved, Are Frequently Cause of Terrl. rlble Disease. In parts of China where tho head I shaved by public barbers the razors used lire often dull nnd full of nicks, and the Irritation of (his scraping often causes cancer. Chinese men suffer from enncer of the pharynx and esophagus due to their habit of eating very hot rice", which Is thrown Into the mouth forcibly with chop Mick". Chinese women eat nfter their lords and masters, when the rice Is cold, and they never have this kind of cancer. In India much enncer Is caused In by tho chewing of betel nuts. Kurdistan, India, the natives wear baskets filled with hot coals across their abdomens tn protect them from the cold, nnd morn than SO tier cent of all the enncer In that region forms In the nbdmuen nnd groin, w htle In other countries such cancers are very rare. Major W. J. Majo, war department lectures. Oiile and M ard eJofffirSOn. W. T. KING, Aucdoneer. HRADSIIAW MILL. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilurton Sanders were in Klcliuiuml, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ilurton Sunders were In I'nlnt I.lck, Monday, on business. Mr. mul Mrs. S. N. Sanders were in Itichniond Momtuy to attend tho buii.il of Mr. Slo Asblll. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. A. Uronddtis nnd family, were uucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Ilurton Sanders Thursday. Mrs. Jesse Knst nnd littlo daughter r'lorn H. and Mnrtha, were visitors of Mrs. Ilnscom I'rewitt Thursday. Chester Anion Broaddua and ltoy C. Long were with their Krnndinother Wednesday Urouddus, Mrs. Susan night, v Mr. l'lovd Snvder and littlo son. iiurliin, wus with Mr, nnd Mrs. Bur ton Sunders und Mrs. Roberts, Wednesday night. Mr. Klilah linker of Ninn who has been in, ill health, was a visitor of his ron, Curl, Saturday. Kvcry ono was Hind to sco him out again. Luther Wilson Pruitt, little son of Mr. imd Mrs. C. C. Twltt, who has A large crowd was in evidence at had u bnd caso of measles, is now sutlering with bronchial pneumonln. the sale of Ash Arnold which he held for Mr j. Georgia A, Arnold, Inst Kverything sold well nnd Thursday. MARKSBUKY the farming implements brought high Sheep with lambs J 24 per values. Mrs. I vie Pointer is ill with flu, Mrs. Knnny Pollard who has been bend, 1 sow nnd 0 pigs, $00j 2 mule colts $75 ench, Corn in crib $8.83 a sick, is reported lettejr, barrel; Drood marcs $25 nnd $35. lias been quite 1 Mr. Joshun Sutton work mule $175: brood suws $35.. is reported better, sick but $40. Milk rowi $110 $125.50. 40 Mrs. Courtney Hobcrts who has shouts $& per head. pneumonia, wns reported not so well. Mr. nnd Mrs. Morelaml entertained J'AINT LICK licv, and Mrs. J. W. Malum nt n six o'clock dinner for her parents, Pr. C. S. Kllii wns in Uitoiifa Friday and Mrs. II. A. Dnwei. and Saturday. Kcv. J. W. Mahan went Sunday to Miss Ora Kstridgc closed her school preach at n little church near Snlvisu. at Kirksville, Friday. It is thought that tic will be called to Mr. J. L. Coldiron wits in Lexingwith his ton on business Monday. this church in connection church at Snlvisn, whero he lias been Mrs. John White is visiting her unanimously culled for one-ha- lf time. daughter, Mrs. II. G. Woods. Mr. W. D, Marksbury was culled to Misses Mnry Mae und Klizabctli Lexington week before last to see his Walker spent the week end at home. son, Mr. W. I. Marksbury, who was ill Friends were glad to see Miss at tho Rood Samaritan Hospital. His case baffled the attending physicians Stella McWhortcr back in Paint Lick who gave the family little hope of his this week. Les Shepherd shipped t yearling recovery. MAKE FARMHOUSE An Investment CHEERFUL Returns That Drlnaa Profitable Wholeiome Relaxation la Needed. (Prepared by the Unit! States Department of Agriculture ) Arnrt from the esthetic vnlnn tn bo derlveil from It, be.'iutlfjlng the farm dwelling, modernizing lis equipment, Is good business. It Is nn Investment The that brings profitable returns. and his family need wholesome farmer relaxation Just as much as nny person homo Tho 'constantly employed. Iinuhl bo tho plnco In which to obtain It. An nttracllve- - dwelling with mi Inviting approach acts as n magnet on tho tired toller. Tho sight of flowers and -n well-kep- t lawn la n relief from the 'rnh clods of tho plowed field, the Tightness of tho blossoms il change from tho sameness In tho color of growing crops. A cheery Interior nt once dispels euro and bright rooms Induce rest. Bvcry dollar Judiciously spent on labor-savin- g devices nnd for ninltiiry conveniences Is an Investment, mid r-saving contrivances n necessity hi Tluv these days of enlightenment. save wear uud tear on tho human nu jchlaa and prolong, life. calf to Irvine recently for which he received tlo. The little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Kstrldgo has been real sick but is some better. Friends of Mrs. Harry McWIiorter are glad to know she is up after nn nttnek of the llu. Friends of .Miss Fanny Klild are ghd to welcome her hack to her old position at the bank. Use Time Properly. lluppy Is the man who early learns Mr. Felix Kstridgc who has been ill of using and not the at his sisters Mrs. Vina McWIiorter, ing Importancefor hours ami yearsabuslost his time, is reported to have pneumonia. eurly la life are moro costly than If Fred Hull and daughter, Miss I'm lost In later life, when tho mind has mn, spent Saturday night nnd Sunday passed Its formative stage and habits have becomo fixed. Tlnlo Is the with his parents near Stanford. qulntescence of democracy. To every Miss Myrtle Coldiron nnd Mr, Jus. human being, king or commoner, emIngram were married at tho Baptist peror or serf, It deals out with even parsonage edneselay afternoon. band 24 hours a day, neither more nor less. Time Is the chisel given each Mrs. Arnold who has been visiting one of us to carve our moumument. her daughter, Mrs. Ilurdette Ramsey, It. C. Forbes. for several months returned to her home at Anderson, Indiana. Pointer for Charity Setkers. Rev. C. S. Kills has accepted n mil Don't write begglug letters. They're to the Kirksville Baptist Church and too easily thrown Into tho waste baswill preach there two Sunday's and ket. If your charily Is worthy call In person and dare them to throw you two at Mt Tabor each month. lato the waste basket. Exchange. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 20. 1919 Safer and Better. LOOK US OVER and GIVE US A DEPOSIT. Loans Sometimes You Get An Orderly. Itofore I fell a victim To the wiles of Spanish "flu" I'd gathered from the posters, And certain movies, too, That when It came to nurses' You nlwnys woke to view Some peach from Zlegfcld'i Follies Who slipped the pills to you. Classified Column RATES i Car Load of. good sound Yellow Corn nt S1.6S per bushel. Garrard Milling Co. For Sale Good white oak Lumber in stock. Virgin timber. Hills cut on short H jj Overdrafts 2,537.01 Bonds 19,730.00 Cash and Due from National Banks 97,314,38 U. S. Treasury Certs and War Savings 10,727.67 Banking House 3,000.00 .... $253,552.00 Capital Stock - - $ 16,000.00 Surplus and Profits 2 1,1 26.04 Deposits- - 349,735,02 February 1st, 1919. MOTTO "Remember us when you have moneyjand we will you when vou have none." Your Business Solicited, $386,861,06 $386,861.06 I've read the artful fiction ft v About the angel fair jj Who sat beside your pillow Multiplying and Progressing. IOCXXHfKOCK)OWKJXKJtKtifOC And stroked your fevered hair, Tim most progressive clement In Colombia Is snld tn be, not the Span-Isl- i And made you kind of careless imputation or the natives but n How lone you lingered there I'Ott SA1.K: Ono thousand Piano W. J, Ilomans. Jewish people called Antliulnns.whn Music Holls, In the radiant effulgence have Old Testament names, raise large Of n lovely baby stare. families nnd are fast becoming the FOU 1 1 EST: -- Nice large dominant mwcr In financial and poJ R. nihcd room. That may be true in cases, litical Influence. The wny it is in plays, FOU SALE:-wor- k -- Six head of good Hut mine was no white lady J. W. Hill, horses. Of lilting roundelays; Ky. Point For while I was n blesse' Old Kugs, Carpets anil Clothing The nurse who met my Raze make beautiful NEW ItUCS. Was Private I'ete Kosiolski, Call phone 397. Miss Fannie Ulshop. Who hadn't shaved for days. Lieut. John Pierre ltoche, 87th Division, A. E. F. STRAYED: From my place, Thurs- 9 0 Single Insertions lc n word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No nds in this column charged. Seven Insertions fur the price of live. m Phone orders must be paid promptly. notice. Carter and Pitta, Carlervllle, Ky. J5 Concerning Minds. Minds, bouillon cube and tlarnrlng extracts arc very much alike. They iieciuiir stronger by concentration. DR. PEOPLESSBANK, PAINT LICK. KENTUCKY. OOJ Sponges Strangely Colored. Five scarlet hae been picked up tn Lake Illwn, Jnpnn. Tito nutlmrltlcs uf the lake laboratory at Otsu, attached tn the Kyoto Imperial tmHerslty, lire iimtd ns raying that similar sponges have never lieen anywhere in the world. City Lite. A Possible Cure. city life Is a fierce, mental struggle Mr. Lott "Is there no way you can I l.etwecn nrlrhhor. rnrh nf utmm 1. hreak yourself of that habit of talking I trying to shove the other Into the In your sleep 1" Mr. Lntt, tremulous! country to inoro produce nnd ly but hopefully "Io you think It lessen the demand for city conven would help nt nil. my denr. If you'll iencc, mi that living In the rlty will be lot mo talk more when I'm awakel" cheaper nnd better. Chicago News. acre government farm at N. J. Car Load of good sound Yellow day, Felry 13th, a Polland China gilt, weight about GO pound. Liberal Corn nt $1.55 per bushel. W. II. Woods. Garrard Milling Co. reward. STRAYED: To my place n pig. Thirty convalescent soldiers at Owner can have same by proving Walter Reed Hospital have signed up property nnd expense. for agricultural training on the 200 W. M. Zunonc. J. W. Wtttr Chiropodist J. M. Metcnlf, Senate, experience, I' Dally Thought. All calls answered promptly. Tame Is the iwrfume ..f he vie deeds, 185, Stnnford, Ky. i Surveycr, 25 year lllue prints furnished. Phone FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office nle Optimistic Thought. He who accuses ihi nmny nccn himself. I IT IS ONLY IN The Touch Th;t lle'pt. Kind Ion!;, kind .,iit. kind net, Man past 30 with horse and buggy and warm linndfhnfce-tln- fe are the to sell Stock Condition Powder in econdary menu of Br; r. Mum meu GARRARD County. Salary $00 per nre In trouble and ore month. 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Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of al al al al al al At my farm between Bryantsville and Buena Vista, in Garrard County, sell to the highest bidder, the following described stock: mules, also some aged mules, Fifteen head of 1, 2 and mares, and matched up; 1 good carriage horse, not afraid of any all thing; 1 combined horse (family horse) extra good one; 1 Preston and combined filly, gentle anywhere; 1 good Dave Aiken old jack; 1 jack colt, 7 months old, both black and white points, extra good bone, shape and size; 3 extra fine jennets, same color and marks; 2 or 3 extra good Shorthorn bull calves, 6 to 10 months old; some Shorthorn and Jersey cows; lot good young cattle and hogs, FARMING IMPLE3-y- MENTS OF ALL KINDS. TERMS All sums under $10.00 cash; over that amount, negotiable notes made payable in bank, due in six months, bearing interest from date. SALE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE. DINNER ON THE GROUND. THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY JAMES B. LEAVELL. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY.