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The Circle Glrli wish to reserve April lDth for their Easter exchange. Yen, n lovely winter body but the Ice man. - TOBACCO WAREHOUSE ORGANIZATION ELECTED. LAUNCHED AND for everyNO LONGER A THEORY. As the banners ami plnca'di come down the housewife exults in her op portunlty tn -- clly wash the window. be- GREAT RECORD LAST MONDAY HORSE THIEF Made By Judge F. P. Brought A Big Crowd Scratches Out Of Jail. Frisbie In Insurance To Town. Has anyone seen one Bryant arrested here last week for horso Field. February County Court Day sus stealing? This young culprit was Cor-gel- l, OFFICERS Now that the Red Cross auxiliaries nrc closing up everywhere will there be another era of bridge whist and embroidered doilies? A captured German colonel said dolefully, "Nothing can resist the always Knew MU American iroops . Tho mntnr (r,..L the American girls were Irrcsis- operates daily between Cynthiana nnd ' ' Danville, via Lancaster, will make its last trip March 4. The service was them. Maybe when President Wilson is established last October and proved a financial loss to the government, ns again settled at the White House he Mr, rrisbie has held the present it is said the farmers along the route jand the senate will hold n love feast nbout three and a half did not lend encouragement to the I position and then again maybe they won't, months, hut has been its local agent venture as they should by marketing It is a question which brings the for the past six years. The postoffice at greatest aggregate amount of joy to their produce. pub-ishI Every January the company Washington notified Postmaster E. P. America the day when a transport "annual honor roll" of its lend- -' Brown of the discontinuance of the from France arrives or the day when Jack Cix, UmcisUr, ing agents, that is, those who have service. the openlnda the price of butter drops a cent a James Sutton, Ilryantsville, tfio.000.00 fully paid. vrittcn the most policies and also the pound. Scwral si;htr frr the location of J- - T. Manuel, Uncaster, R2. volumn of business. Of its thous111. 'the building ar now being consider - W. v- - Gastineau, says that Premier Clemenceau ands of agents, there are 200 on the Aberdeen-Angu- s The handsome y thc bonri an, jn n fcw ,ay a J. W. Sarders, Judson, President Wilson is "the most stubhonor roll and Mr. Frisbie hai- - the Kldridge, Paint Lick, offered publicly last Monday by ,utul,!e 0t will be decided upon, bull lwborn man he ever encountered". It honor of being one of these. Since tlradshaw llros., was taken down ns n,e name of the organization and Jo'"' Hick. Lancaster, will be recalled that the 'emblem of James G. Cecil, Jr., who made such the Democratic party is a stubborn ast September he has written $300,-00- 0 people of U11(ier which name it is incornoratd. 1 aul Morrow, Lancaster, it seemed evident that the worth of business and says he a fine record In the U. S. Army and one, a good , t,c "fiarrard Tobacco Warehouse Robert Gklincau, Lancaster, the county don't appreciate and thnt the emblem of the Unit- , wont stop short of a $1,000,000.00 ...ua.cu . ui J. W. Elmore, Uncaster, Ky. thing when they sec it, as the highest Company". eJ statea u aJ determinci, as it is nas uccepieu a position this year. wun ine powerful. Hognu I!n Hard, Ilryunlsville. J. bid was only SIM 00 when 1260.00 u f lose The fotow In the monthly bulletin issued by National Bank of Kentucky, located ... rofnaAil fnr film nrli in th ftenbin; Uter At a meeting of the above " President Wilson's fourteen points for stock in the above or- - officers last night, the incorporators General Agent Averitt for January, at Louisville, one of the strongest in evidently made .1 strong impression He is a son of Mr. James the South. it says: were asked to change the articles of signhy llaeldn llros, "Messrs Frisbie and Sanford Allen 15. Cecil, owner of the famous Mel- upon the fourteen nations that incorporation so that the directorship ed the league constitution. iS. II. Sanders, Lancaster, Ky. mny number fifteen, which wns done I did a perfectly wonderful business. rose Stock Farm in Boyle County, Mrs. Walton Moss offered n nice W. II. Ilurton, Lancaster, Ky. All America is holding its breath and the following additional directors 1 am Indeed very proud of them. who makes headquarters in Harrods- prize to the one of her twelve Sunday F, H. Marksbury, Lancaster, Ky. These gentlemen had the unique rec- burg a part of each year. Young until it shall find out the whereabouts have been suggested: pupil who would write the J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. school L. G. Davidson, W. F. Champ, R. ord of having insured one entire fam- Mr. Cecil expects to accept n position of the Monroe doctrine. best story on the "Life of Joseph". I). A. Thomas, Lancaster, Ky. If the Monroe doctrine has gone L. Ilurton, John M. Amon, T. C. Ran- ily contesting of seven sons and the this fall after the election under his llcsife Moss and Miss Eugenia W. It. Cook, Lancaster, Ky. Miss father. The amount Insured total- father whose friends in different .the United States has lost' an excel- kin and F. B. Marksbury. off the honors and K. L. Ilurton, Ilryantsville, Ky, Dunlap carried ing $71,000, $10,000 each for the parts of the State expect him to be lent friend nations And foreign won the coveted prize. So good were George O. Spoonamore, Lancaster, boys and $1,000 for the father who the next Commissioner of Agriculture will be only too ready to send flowers. the two stories that, Mrs. Moss ery V. A. Lear, Lancaster, Ky. Harrodsburg Herald. was C7 years of age. You will hear of Kentucky. the The principle of controlling generously awarded the same to each. 'John M. Farra, Lancaster, more about this in the Pelican. Mr. world by a League of Nations is like 'A - T. Scott, Lancaster. Z i r7i"s Frisbie avows that he is going to pay AIR-STEERE- D that of employing moral suasion in Hughes llros. Lancaster. StOCk Thorn I. We call the attention of our read- for 41.nn0.nnn in IOIO the education of children. Note that nothing mysterious about the pheSa"",e,f: 'n"casler; ers to the advertisements of the many The bank stock of the late Mrs. moral suasion works admirably exS. Haselden, Iincaster, He sales we are running in this issue, nomenal record he is making. dnson was sold publicly last J. Ann cept with bad boys. rortcst Stapp. Lancaster, believes in his business and he is thor!and nsk that you read then all and we Monday by the executor, Mr. balem The length of a man's step is de- Joseph Mercantile Co., Lan caster, oughly posted, and lie studies his will feel sure that you can find someWallace as recently advertised. Ten termined by the laws which control James W, Smith, Ijincnster, . I am very anxious An aviator, flying so high as to bo ; talks. indeed thing that will interest you. Here shares of the Citucns National Ilank r 11 ('...! 1 . the swing of the pendulum; the length j1 .Li ma- , ' ,' that all the men should hear his pre- almost invisible, can they nrc in condensed form: ' aold for $229.00 a share and fourjV , T of a woman s by tho tightness cf her "caster. March 1st. Boyd Ison will sell sentation "of the Accelerative Endow- chine with one hand while with the , , . sh.r:s of the Garrard Hank and'i""1",Ilankln, Lancaster, .. he directs a high-spee- d n boat of SMn. other ii7nn some fine milk cows and other live ment plan". ' J. A. Owens, Crab Orchard, R : Taft is a prominent powerful torpedo on or beneath the stock and implements. Three $100. Liberty Ilonds sold for R. II. Ton.linson, Lancaster, surface of the water miles beneath membcr of the League to Enforce March 1st. Floyd Reynolds will $97.70 each. lit. Zlmmcr, Lancaster, the surface of the water miles away. Pcaee- - Mr-- Taft woul(1 be 3 moit sell ISO head of young Dnft mares tW. T. King, Lancaster, the latest achievement of John irable member of any organization. nnd mules at Nicholasville. .Should disturbance arise within a J. W. Sweeney, Lancaster, Hays Hommond. Jr. March 1st. Uoliver Bond will sell Is All the nviator need do is to press a committee, it would be effectively J. N. Ross, Ijinc&ster, two Garrard county farms near Special arrangement has been made Garrard Milling Company. Uncaster, Bucna Vista on the Deitrich pike. key which sends forth the power that 1uelIed by simP'y appointing Mr. 15. A. Rowling. Marccllus. by tho American Red Cross with absolutely controls the object In the ITaft to ,lt 011 the committee, Read his adv. 1 Darker, Ilournc. We are reminded of the young man French Institutions In Paris. Lyons The Wheat Guarantee bill, auth- water. He can guide a ship safely March 4th. Ollie and Millard frni.,lo,l hnrhnr n, on,l n whose father told him thnt nn infinite and Bordeaux for training nurses to A. D. Ilradshaw, Uncaster, Johnson on the Crab Orchard pike orizing the President to use existing tlirnni-- h against the biggest bat - number of men had been ruined by carry instruction, prevention and W. P. Tuggle. nnd Son, Uncaster. will sell some fine Jucks, Percheron agencies or crcute new ones to buy super-torped- o Into affected Jo,1I c- - Kobinson, Danville' wine, women and song". Wishing cure of tuberculosis crops at tleship through the enemy's screen, Stallion, Saddle Stallion, mares, cows wheat of the 1918 and-191I Kclley, Uncaster. It 1. homes. The Red Cross hns provided w nnd other live stock and Implements. the Government guaranteed price and Navy experts at Washington say that to be on the safe side the son cut out the song, dUpensaries and visiting nurses to V C. Wynn, Paint Lick, with this creation the Ger-.fu'- ly March 1th. Swinebrond t!ie real dispose of il at market prices, was Wynn, Paint Lick, Now the government has cut out "meet the urgent need of the civilian Jof" estate man, will sell tho best farm passed Saturday by the House by a man submarine falls into insignific- , William Marshbunka, Paint Lick, population of France. ance, for, according to the claims of the wine, nnd as the army returns tho ever offered in Boyle County. He vote of 277 to 15, Kellcy. Uncaster, The Red Cross cure, embracing Just before ndjourning Friday Mr. Hammond, 11 direct hit by his tor- women are busily engaged in cutting says the mau'who gets It will have n ,'',llcf Herring, Uncaster, fresh uir, good food and general stim- "reserved seut in the theater of life". night the House adopted amendments pedo can be secured in eight out of out each other. Wlutt will we have left? ulatlon of morale through pleasant Senders Uros, Uncaster, Route 3. March fith. Luther Raney, on, the changing the date of expiration of the tcr. shots, whereas all the thlrty-tw- n W. M. Klliott, Uncaster, surroundings and appropriate dls- Now that It is not happening nny Poor Ridge pike will sell his live stock Government's guarantee from Octo- torpedoes on 11 submarine mny fail Donaldson Jones. Lancaster, Rl, traction, has been conducted during ber 15, 1920, to June 1, 1920, and to reach their mark. more Is the time to enjoy the war ami farming implements. Details of his discovery and experi- books nnd the war films. the war under the direction of Dr. Shirley Hudson, Uncaster, March ltlth. R. P. Ison, two miles giving the President authority to prow- - HoKtrs. Paint Lick, Livingston Farrand. director of tu- North of Buena Vista will sell a lot of hibit wheat exports should unfuir ments were laid before the House Condensation Is n virtue. But it berculosls work of the International Robert Clerk, Uncaster, tactics be used to force down ilie Committee on Appropriations by Mr. becomes also an absurdity when live stock and funning implements. Rcbert Rankin, Uncaster, Star U. Health Hoard in France, Hammond February 3, while it was!,.Iotl.M for laB womon You can't have a successful sale price. Dr. Farrand, who becomes execu- - Charlie Ross, Uncaster The measure, which carries an im- considering the Fortifications Bill. tcii unless you advertise in the Record. ,tvllsl, an advertisement n E'l Ross, Uncaster, tive head of tho American Red Cross propriation of a billion dollars, was and cover several printed pages. The iitouts " llros, Paint Lick, when the Wur Council retires on Center nnlv two Imnortnnt heraings were n.adc public onlj last nusseil with . ,. ,1. ' March 1, hns been in close touch with G- - T- - "allaid, Uncaster, amendments, ono changing tho duta Wednesday, when tho bill was report- -' 5 C. Sutton, Uncaster. "I have been up against it for past when the net shall cease to be effec- ed. The committee, following the many branches of Red Cross work H. the S1J'ftr " hE h can O, PnWdson, Uncaster, do,?,n 3 years suffering from pain in my tive from October 15, 1920, to Juno .ecomniendations of Secretary Baker .M during his stay abroad. He has stud- y"H Todd, Paint Lick, u" abo,vu stomach and side until I was considled clorcly and appreciates so fully 1, 1920, and the other giving the and the board thnt has been studying .BrBUf n ''! ering giving up my grocery business. President greater authority in re the Hammond recom-l(y- " inventions, the cause of distressed peoples that it A. II. Wynn, Paint Lick, "ffV," up adventure. C. Sanders, Lancaster, Doctors and medicine did not help stricting importations of wheat Is with confidence that tho American to mended a further appropriation . ,i me. 1 heard of Mayr's Wonderful protect tho Government from undue ii7 nnn , VI I VUltlltlUVUi k A JiCI IllldllS. ,and Jow tho room. It will be ruin- Red Cross Intrusts Itself to Ills leader- - Centre llros, Paint Lick, I ous to the chair manufactories if this McGruth, Uncaster, I Remedy through n friend in Buffalo. loss. ship. Years of education and phil- Mr. Hammond testified that a com keeps on. But we now understand Thfr first dose gave me moro benefit antropic work moke Ur. Farrand ably Henry Ituble, Ilucna Vista, Tho President Is given blanket au-- . plete system of radio-dynamcon DMion, Uncaster, than all the medicine I hud taken be- thority to provide all tho machinery trol could handle whatever type of for the first time why it is called a fitted and equipped in heart and mlndt0- fore and am now feeling ns well us for handling the wheat from the time explosive the Government might seo "standing army". to take up the great work of the Hudson, Hughes and Fnrnau, Un. Who is going to raise the wheat over in my life." Prcntls Walker, Uncaster, American Red Cross. it is purchased from the farmer un- fit to build, on the surface of subcrop this year1 the government or Hiram Pendleton, Uncuster It is a simple harmless preparation til sold to the consumer, with control merged. the farmer? YOUR WORK STOCK John M. Anion. Lancnster, R3. that removes the catarrhal mucus over millers, wholesalers, jobbers and from the Intestinal tract and allays bakers, importers, manufacturers and Should bo in the best possible con- - II. C. Arnold, Uncaster, It Is a singular circumstance that a the Inflammation which causes prac exchanges. young woman's feet seem naturally dltlon when you are ready to put In Sam. Kclley, Uncaster IU. Byrne's Scientifically fitted Indiv-idual- to be so much warmer than her tically all stomach, liver and Intestin your crop. They will be strong and ti. A. Mcrjran, Stanford,' R 4, designed classes.. will crive tho shoulders. FOR SALE A lot of baled hay, al ailments, including appendicitis. healthy if you give the U. A, TIIOM- - 'James Curtis, Klrksvillc, Tho proof of this Is seen One dose will convince or money re- will sell In lots to suit purchaser. Call most comfortable vision that Science Jin the number of girls wearing heavy AS' STOCK REMEDY, the Ideal W. E. Whittaker, Uncaster Rl and on R. W. Palmer, Mike Burnside or can produce; at Kengarlan Hotel, fur coati with thin silk stockings and funded. K. E. McROBERTS tonic, conditioner and worm cxpeller. Bright Heirlng, Uncatter, R2. Lancaster, Ky., March 10 to 15th. DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. J. W. Elmore. pumps. W. A. DICKEKSON. R. L. Elkin, Uncaster, On Monday Afternoon n horse longing to Sir. Lone heenmo frightCAPITALIZED AT ened and ran nwny just olf the public square, overturning and completely wrecking a new buggy to which he As announced in our Issue two 1 K. Naylor, tanenster, had Just hitched the nnlm.il n few weeks ni?. thnt n I.00S41 Leaf Tobnc- - It C. It.sc, Ilryn.itsrllK minutes before. Mr. Long 'eo Warehouse wns an assured fact ,(5. C. Walker, I.ancaster, thrown out but not Injured. I fur Ijincnstcr and c can now say'Smllcv Hill. l.nniantir. I. 3. It Is n difficult matter to turn the that the organization has been com- - Tluc Currcy, Lnnci'stci clock back five years, especially If 'plcted, which was ilonc at n cnllcd K. C. Cheatham, I.ancastcr, within those five years the world has meeting of the stockholders at the II. 11. Cox, Ijincastcr. It, had n centurv's cxiicrlence of terror court house last Monilay afternoon, II C Kay, Lancaster, per cuu ui Shelby Mason, Lancaster, nen nnoui nrai)-nvami wrong and suffering ami pain. Yet If weslrive to recall the con- - the shareholders were present. The K. C. Gaines, Ijii.castcr, dltlons five years ago we see the na- - meeting was culled to order by J. K. Geo. F. Carpenter Ijinotstter, Conn, Lancaster, tions of Europe suspicious of each J Kobinson and upon motion of Judge Tom Walker, Mr. Kobinson was made Sam Cottcn, Lancaster, other, with fears of aggression and dread of loss, and the United States tl temporary chairman of the meet-lvln- J. G. Conn, Lancaster, Salem Wallace, Paint Lick, ig. isolated across the sea. buvlmr A committee was named to select J. A. Ilcazlcy, Lancaster. and sclllmr. reanlne and sowlne. to its suitable officers for the company and Kavannugh and Hudson, Lancaster, own Interests alone. That day Is over forever.. Through 1,10 following were unanimously elect Noah Marseo, Uincastcr, disaster and suffering the new broth ed. President - ft. Davidson, 1st Fisher Hughes, Lancaster, erhood of the world has come into V. Presiden- t- W. F. Champ, 2nd V. Hob Ilurcsides, (!. A. Itroun, Uincastei, It. - Ilurton: Directors existence. "No man livcth to him- Presiilent self alone", anil neither run nny na- V. A. Lear, W. K. Cook, S. 11. San- I'risbia nnd Walker, Lancaster, John Wynn, J. T. ItaUton, Paint Lick, tion of the world, from this time on. ders, J. W. Sweeney, . McKnlght.. Paint Lick, Henry Ituble, Angle Sanders, Webb rightfully live to itself alone. In C. 11. Ledford, P.ilnt Lick, The League of Nations has been Kcllcy, and John C. Kobinson. formed. It Is the expression of .1 "r opinion no better set of .,if:cer K. L. Tracy, Uourne, Walter Humphrev, Bou.tie, trcth that will become more clear to could have been selected. newly elected president cnllcd J. A. Kice, Lancaster, us all as time that after nil these separate Interests of the world a meeting of the directors ami nnmcd Robert Speaks, Lancaster, 'John M. Farrn secretary and trens - jjoe Hutchison, Ilryantsville, merge into one great Interest. lurer of the company, which appoint- - Kufns Mcis, Crab Orchard, eakey, Lrncastcr, mcnt, we dare sny, will meet the Jefsc hearty approval of all the stock- - T ,M. Arnold, Jr . Larcnster U2. open her j,oMcrs Miss Minnie Johnson will K. W. Sanders, I.incnster, K!f. school at Herrings School House next articles of Incorporation vere Wood "mill, tancaster K3. J' morning. March 3rd. She Monday count- " Sat- - Oconje D .Kobinson, Lancaster h- anxious that all pupil, be there on flllfJ $60,000.00. It has been said that a good insurance man Is not made but arc natural- jly born insurance men. This mny or may not be the case, wc are not pre pared to say, but we can say that j Lancaster has one agent that is mnk ling a wonderful record and other agents sitting up and taking notice. We hac reference to Judge Fred I Frisbie, who is now a special agent for the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, with Ccntrnl and Eastern Kentucky ns his territory. I I tained Its reputation for n large crowd and good business, for such was the case last Monday. All the merchants report a good business in every line and trading was brisk on the streets where several mules nnd horses changed hands. The stock pens were well filled with cattle, all of which sold nt satisfactory prices. Joe Jordan sold 28 head of Percheron mares ct prices ranging from $1C3 to $212.1)0 for single marcs and for tennis $335.00 to $450.00. Mr. Jordan was pleased with this sale and all purchasers were delighted and some were offered handsome profits on sonic of their purchases. Center Brothers sold a team of marc mules to R. L. Arnold for $350. and a two year mule to another party for $150; J. T. Center bought one! mule of R. E. Horton for $100; Logan Hubble bought a team of horse mules of Green Gooch for $340; and sold Mr. Gooch a nice five year old hor, ? for $200. arrested here last Tuesday by Marshal Hcrron while trying to sell n horse and buggy for about one third He at first denied his of its value. guilt, but after being placed In jail admitted that he hail stolen it from Charles Clark near Lebanon. Cor-gc- ll , hails from Liberty, Casey county, at least that's what he told the officers. But the interesting part of this little episode is that Corgell escaped from jail last Saturday evening nbout six o'clock by removing the brick from under the rear window of the jail and made n safe He left no trace and nothing up to this time has been heard from him. He left no nddress and his departure was rather informal to sny the least of it. CRACKS AT CREATION. Motor Truck Mail Service Will Stop. ,c i'eri School Opens. '" " Didn't Sell FORMER SOLDIER Goes To Work In Bank. ... ..,u., Win Pri PUBLIC SALES Advertised In this Issue. Bank Sells Well. BOAT Can Launch Death At World's Navies. t... .!,, ". !,!.' HOUSE PASSES To Train Nurses In French Institutions, WHEAT BILL Vote on Guarantee 277 To ,,..;, Grocer Up Against It. ti.. " '' ...... '"T? T ....: oft' Comfortable Vision. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 27 1919. TO SAVE MATERIAL Negligees May Easily Be Made From Remnants. Discarded Evening Gownt Alto Offer Excellent Materials for the Fssh-lonln- g of Such Garment. When a few yards of mntrrlnl picked up at a very low figure on a remnant counter enn bo turned Into a charming gown for liome wear there seems to lie no excuse for a woman disregarding Hie feelings of her own family by wearing something tlint Is unbecoming, half worn or pulled. It Is so ensy for a woman to express her real Individuality In these Items of e apparel that tho temptation to possess a number of them Is strong with the average really feminine type of woman. A couple of widths of rich brocade may bo transformed Into a lovely gown by the simple process of cutting an opening In the center no that the head may be slipped through, finishing this neatly, of course; catching the material together underneath the arms and allowing the front and back panels thus formed 'to flare as they will over a slip of soft chiffon or lace. Or two or three widths of chiffon In contrasting colors may bo laid one over the other, the underneath seclength, tho next tion being one a trifle shorter, nnd so on, nnd IT BEHOOVES US Steer Into Us If you want Graduate Mechanics to keep your Auto up to snuff and out of trouble. To Mnkc A Bright Tobacco Crop This Year. There is always room at the top and high prices for bright tobacco. This Is the year to make a bright crop j to do this we must have early plants, lino bate of our Tobacco Plant Kood, sowed over n bed U feet wide nnd 200 feet long.and raked In with n small hand-rake- , will give you strong, hcntlh plants two to three weeks sooner. Two hundred pounds of our llrlght Leaf Tobacco (Irowcr, drilled in or by the" side of tho row, will give your tobacco a start and make an early, finis bright crop, and pay on any land, The highest averaged crop sold on our Door this season was the crop of J C. Oragu nnd Mclntyre, who used our Tobacco Fcltlllzer. This crop was sold last week at nn averapc of $83.55, including all grades. The crop sold on our floor )cstcrday was the rop of W, I Wilson nnd J. W. Wcbiter, made with our fertilizer; average 70.00 We sell only the V. C. Fertilizers, made by the Virginia-Carolin- a Chemical Co., the largest manufacturers of Fertilizers in the world, men that I have known all my life ami ran vouch for. Hundreds of people have tried this Fertilizer In this section ami continue to ue It. For reference we give any, nnd every one, that has ucd it on hi plant bed or ground. laist season Mile Thornton burnt and sowed n bed on the Clay Farm without a fer- All Work Guaranteed. We have accessories of every character needed to supply your wants. OUR "KANT BREAK" SPARK PLUGS ARE GUARANTEED AGAINST BREAKAGE OR SHORT CIRCUIT DURING THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR lst J 5 "ITS THE WORLDS GREATEST SPARK PLUG." . j tilizer; ltolx-r- t Stivers and Waller 'Star" and "Racine Horseshoe" TIRES are Guaranteed with our money. The Negligee of Satin and Lace. possibly a lace scarf topping the whole. A charming robe d'lnterlor Is the result. Tho sketch shows a simple and graceful negligee made of lavender satin, with front nnd back panels laid In large tucks. An luce shawl draped about tho shoulders completes tho garment. Of course It Is not essential that a shawl be used, rd. Instead of lace, a brocade or a figured silk vollo may be used for tho coatee. Discarded evening dresses often offer excellent materials for tho fashioning of negligee garments and, regardless of tho fact that wo are no longer at war, fabric saving Is advisable. There Is no prospect of nn Immediate reduction In prices, nnd until France and Ilelglum are again able to produce' textiles It Is not likely that either prices or supply will return to normal. FASHIONS IN Central Garage. "RIGHT ON THE SQUARE" Alternative. "Hlihnrd, are we going to tin Illmik's dance or not! If up are. It's time for me to dress. If nut, I must put n mustard plaster mi my elicst nnd , pi straight to bed.' Wine- CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER ElCABlNETLJ Clva to i our frtenda a cordial com. Instead of a variety of cakea ami paatry. KITCHEN the w. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON B. F. Hudson, A Gentleman's , Country Estate 0er . em e ft lures choice mod- lolniccii land; large hums, tenant hmiv, thing Mreiim feil by neer ruHial-tiifalling hirlnu. The bi-- t In Keuliiiky at Bsiliii per acre. It la aa much a duty we owa to tha L orM to t crnamrntal aa to b HOUSEKEEPING RUTS. "ROLL OF HONOR' V. Pres. .Vat relili-ine- ; President, J. J. Walker, " Clerk. W. F. Champ, Cashier, W. O. Rigncy, Asst. Cnchier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Norton Caldwell Co. INCORPORATED Louisville, Ky. t i BRIEF Tho new fur cants are circular. Cord belts of gold are being worn. Evening wraps Mill blouse at the back. Tho oval necks uppcar on tiny girls' party frocks. A graceful negligee of peach bios- som satin has an odd of mauve tulle Is orna- -' mcnted by a large orange rose at tho girdle. A perfect gown for a woman In tho thirties Is of gold cloth, veiled with black net. lllack tulle Is often worn over go! lace, making a simple but excellent evening gown. d bodice of black Jet The starts many a frock of black velvet on Its happy way. A most beautiful capo la of snp-- t phlre-blu- e satin banded deeply with e broadcloth. Handkerchief linen frocks for morning wear In the South have nothing but hemstitching for decoration. A traveling costume of green velours has a shawl collar of monkey fur aud silver-buckle- d leather belt. a A Little Advice From a Buyer. Here Is what experience has taught one buyer of coats And suits and dresses: First, get that which Is becoming, for the really becoming frock Is never out of style. At least, there are always occasions when the becoming garment can be worn, whether or not It Is this season's or last year's. Seek the color that Is most favorable to you, and avoid the one that I not especially so, no matter bow smart you may think It appears. Then, I general. If you reully must, set the odd ad unusual gunnent. tinnil A gown ' i A Rare Bird THE 1919 BUI6K SIX Is extraordinary and excellent quality. Easy riding and made of that durable material for which the Buick is famous. We'can deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleased to demonstrate. Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Iti: )nu In one? The present nrctnlty of knowledge In preparing fund, little llcd until recently Is giving ninny houcwlvcs hard JoMk, for the ruts have worn rather deep. One of llicso which Is deep enough to engulf many nn otherwise successful household Is monotony In Its menu making. The same old thing In tho same old way Is related until appetite and Interest In food are gone. Tho houekceper who Is mother, rook, mine, scanmtrcss and general manager has a man-sizeJob und only wheu she treats It as a business and brlngt system luto Its management docs sho make a success. Try keeping a tabulated list, of dishes liked by the family, adding to them In vurlous ways to avoid repetition. Take tho common rfee, for example. Make u list of teu or more ways of serving Ice as a liiiiln ills.li, as u vegetable, as a dessert or In combination with other foods. Prepare these dishes In turn, und It will not bo necessary to Inflict them of teller than once In the or six weeks. This plan can be followed with nil kltuWof foods, adding new illahcs occasionally, as you surely will when you huto the. Inspiration of such a churt before you. If this system hns never been 'tried one can hurdly realize wlint a help to make things run smoothly plans can be. Meats are our expensive foods und they niny be pieced out with dumplings, vegetables und cereals to make the meat go farther and lessen the expense. Tho serving of chops, steaks and quickly cooked meats Is the habit of methods of many the unthinking housewives; It is both extravagant and wasteful. Mutton With Carrots. Take a pound of mutton from tho shoulder, cut In serving sized piece, season well and roll In. flour, brown In a little hot fut "with a slice of onion, add a pint of shredded carrots, water to not quite rover and simmer for two hours on the back part of the stove. Itudes prepared one by the side of it without burning it, using our Fertilizer; both beds the same size and (owed the ame day. They tell me they had plants from two to three weeks sooner, and furnished Thornton and othvra with plants. Rome people fear that fertilizer may damage the land. Mr. Curtis, the Kiperimcnt Station, tells us l of of tests made some years ago that showed the good cficcta of one appll-- ; ration of fertilizer was seen in the following crops for five years. Hunt l.owcry, near Wilmore, used it four years ago, anil tells me there has been an increase in the crops on that part of the field every year since, shown to the very row. Clarence Wright, near I'nris, used it last year on part of h s wheat fl eld, making a yield of th.i'v-fivbushels per acre, while the part he did not fertilize only made fifteen bushels. fi, M. Mallard, near Iliirrodsburg. used on his plants and ground he left it olT .10 feet to test it after planting and replanting and his ne.ghbor planted his.'the 30 ftwn not ready. Two hundred pounds cwe 1 ever your wheat and harrowed in In March will greatly Increase the yield, and insure you n fine grass crop, lie-i- s should I rolled or tramped, possibly several times early Jn the season, and all Ipose land should be rolled before and possibly after planting. I'rompt shipments made to all sta-- y tions in the Hurley Belt. SILAS SllKLIIUItNK, Lexington, Kentucky. (ndv) GUV. Mrs. J, I Ynntis was with friends at Jud.ion, Thursday. Mr. Jake Foley is visiting relative nt torliin and urays. Mr. John Hroaddus Sr., has returned from a visit to his father inMad-iso- n County, Mr. J. L. Yantis spent Sunday with his cousin, Mr, Allio Trice and family on the Fall Lick pike. Mr. nun Mrs. Marcus White children spent Sunday withMr. Mrs. John Hroaddus, Sr., and and Mrs. James Crimes had a sale Saturday afternoon. A large crowd was prcccnt and everything sold well. Misses Lizzie Foley and Mollio Ilnrnes, were guests Wednesday night cf Misses Mary and Mien Turner. School will begin Monday March 3rd, at Antioch school house. Miss Ituth Lane of lluena Vista, teacher. .Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Henry and children of Klrksville were the wcok-enguests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mrs. Iloyd JTurncr and daughter, d Miss Mnry, were visitors Wednesday of Mrs. Ilarve Payne, on tho C. O. Pike. Mrs. Goebel, Mr. and Sunday Florence Italian and son, of Ilryantsville, wcro with Mrs. Tom Doolln and family night. Mr. and Mrs. Kvcrettc Crow ore the proud parents of a little daughter, born Friday night. The little one has been christened Emma Lee. Mrs. Ilobert Ward and children spent last week at Paint Lick with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Mr, Led ford remains quite ill. Led-for- d. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919. aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiu THE MEETING By JULIA A. RODINSON. litlllgni. TlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllP vnir llli. toy Syndicate ) me Ald'lur r.ts ti CABINETS KITdhEN Summer will surely coma again, Tha earth ne.'la anew and cold and Tttt BIG PACKER As War Time Aid. A new Men of the grent part played by Amcricn in feeding the allied forces In Kurope Is Riven In the 1919 Ycnr Hook of Swift nnd Company, which lins Just been issued. In 1018 these products shipped abroad totaled uD0,3!9,7fn pounds more than three times the nmount shipped In 1914, the first year of the wiir. The pork product shipments totaled l,C91,45l,r29 pounds as npralnst 921,913,029 In 1914 an of 83 per cent During tho year ending November 1, 1918, Swift nnd Company nlono shipped 700.000,000 pounds of meat nnd meat products to the American army nnd nnvy nt home and abroad anil to the allied nations for their armies nnd civilian populations. The Venr Hook says: "This nmounK to atout 25,000 carloads of meat, which would make a single train 200 miles long." Some cf the difficulties encountered in shipping are shown in the following: "The meat for Europe has gone in fleets of vessels under convoy, and the Food Administration has often been unable to know very far in advance when cargo space would be available. For this reason Swift and Company has frequently been notified that n certain number of millions of pound; would be wanted at a certain port within a few days. Swift and Company has often had shipments on the way to the seaboard within a few hours after the orders have been received, and believes that it has met with signal success in the filing of such rush orders. "The packing industry was able lo adapt itself to wartime demands perhaps more quickly than any other industry. If this industry had not been oiganizcd on a large scale along national, and even international lines, it would never have been able to answer all demands as promptly as it has. War demands have, of course, enured many changes in methods and have made it necessary for us to increase our facilities in many respects. "For example, when the United States entered the war, there developed n demand for canned bacon for shipment to our soldiers overseas. Swift and Company immediately took over a soap factory and within thirty days had installed the necessary machinery and was filling Government contracts. More than n million pounds of bacon a week have often been canned in this factory This means thnt our soldiers have been getting fine, cured, smoked bacon, whereas the Allies have been demanding only salt, bacon, which does not have to be canned. "Another example showing the cooperation that we have offered the Government was when the Government found it necessary to have large quantities of butter, which it had bought for overseas shipment, put Into cans. Swift and Company, alone among the big butter handlers of the country, was willing to install the necessary equipment, and in the course of three weeks, under the most unfavorable circumstances, began canning butter for the Government. Up to the time this Year Book goes to press, we have put up some three million pounds of butter owned by the Government and also two million pounds which we have gathered for the Government, matting a total of five million pounds of butter that have been put up in tins". 2 would flnil out her deception. What would he think of lierT Mow could r Hint lip should look nt herj It hull nil begun nt I lie Klrla Itnl Cross tn cut n tr. "l.ct'i pin rmr namea ml addresses on Hip Inside of Iheae aocka we are knitting." susKeated Hay llond. "Perhaps Hm soldier who get tlicin nlll write to in." "Goodl" cried the otlii'r slrls. "Wouldn't It te fun to set n letter from soldier?" Kncli girl n ahe finished n pair of aocka pinned Iirr name on the Inalde ii ml they were ont out. Attr tlm letters began to arrive from the Imj nt the front, telling of war eiperl-ene- e ami of nrnijr life. The Klrla read thrm aloml ulth mniir ruiiitnents anil much Interest. Mtn, In n spirit of fun, hail pretended In her letter Hint she win anme-hodr- 'a maiden aunt, nnrl wrote In a motherly atrnlti. .She hail linnlly tier soldier tn write nior than once, hut he did. Her lettera were (lllnl with rood ndtlee ami UKi;eitlitns for his tiealth ami comfort, anil he seemed to llku them. Tli, re won't he nnjr romance for me out of these lettera," Nlln Inushitl. "II think I'm an oM malil. t don't ueiievp Hell want to see me when lie come home, ami I'm aure I wouldn't want him to. 1 wonder If he "Mich 1 w ere a girl," he niMnt to herself. "I'm glad he doesn't know," Now the inr was over and the bors were coining; home. Nlla'a anldlrr had wrlltPii that he should he ainoni; the flrat to return, lie was longing to ee her, to tell her how much Rood her lettera, hrr ailtlce and her we rutin-ai- l had dine him. He knew she had n kind, motherly heart nnd jmp thetlc r)e were they Line?-- n dear mouth Hat amlUil and lirliful hand,, lie had an much riijn)ed the sock and sweater ihe had aeut. They were Juat whnt his mother would hate srntlilm had the heeu living. He was really longing lo see her. Waa her hair dona In white puffs ucr her forehead? II loreil lo think of It ao. lie lived In Norton, nut very many miles from her own Nuiie, and he ahoiild come to aee tier often. He hoped she would atlll b glad to "mother him" and to admonish him If tie needed It, NIK waa frightened when the read that letter, Pint could not escape meeting him. for he had her address. What would he think of tier? If aha could only run away and tilde! And yet she did want to aee hi in. She had learned to like her aoldler hoy. She had pictured Mm In her mind, and ah wanted oh, how much ahe wanted to aee him If only ahe could heraelf he Invisible. She alinn.t w lilted now that ah had not pla)ed her foolish Joke. He would despise her for her deceit and think her very allly. heating heart Nlta watched With the returning regiment march through Hi streets. Which one waa Jier aoldler hoy! He waa with them, aha knew. They wer ao atralgbt, with atrong, hrve facee, and the happy light of victory In their eyea. Kh wna proud oT them all and cheeretl with the real. When the doorbell rung Nlta atepped lightly to anawer It, quite uninfecting. She had not thought that he would come to aee her ao aoon. There wer othera to greet lilm yet there h Mood. She knew him at the ttrst glance, mid wanted to hide. What could ahe fay? How explain? She aland und no Id nothing. He put out III' hand with a lio)Uli amlle and a twinkle In Ida eye. "la tills ium hiience J" he asked. "I'm I'm Nlta Spence " came Hi timid anawer, I'erhapa lm would think the one who wrote the lettera waa her aunt. If he would only go away, "My maiden aunt, my mentor," he laughed merrily. "Vnu look Juat aa I Imagined you would." . She gasped, "Hut why how could li you- Iter soldier boy wn coining home Of unit Mtn ilrrnilnl the ciiurKo tlio mouIiI haw to aee ti tn nnd I rain. Just aa our hearts need grief and pain. And ao b. checrrl SWEETS FOR THE YOUNQ FOLKS. There are o tunny Btteeta that tuny be mnde wllb tittle or no augnr that no need not cut tha amnll people off without their ration of awects, g even If wc nrc suenr. Fruit Cakes. Take Hirce-fourtof n cupful of rais ing and of a cupful of wnl-nmeats and a few grain of ealt. mixed Tut the nuts and raisins through the meat grinder. Shape Into small flat cukes nnd wrap In waxed pupcr. Melt six Chocolate Nut Bars. ounces of aweet chocolate over hot water, beat until nearly cool, then add each of chopped ral!n a of n and penntita with of suit. Mix well nnd press top of a tin cracker box. Into the Leave until Arm, when It will come out Cut In bars and without breaking. wrap In wared paper. Maple Cream. Toko two cupfult of broken blta of mnplo sugar, put Into n of n cupsaucepan with three-fourtlful of cream. Iloll without stirring until the candy makes a soft ball when dropped In cold water, or to 230 deItaraovo from the crees Fahrenheit. bent and do not disturb until cool. Stir a wooden spooii until and bent with the candy begins to harden, then turn It Into grrnced tin boxes In which The candy biscuits were purchased. may be left In the box If It is to bo away, keeping In much better sent condition than If It were cut nnd wrapped. Coconut Macaroona Take a can of Kagle brand milk and mix It with grated coconut until thick, drop on buttered sheets and bake In a moderate oven until brown. The milk with the sugared coconut supplies nil the sweetening needed. A little grated chocolate ndded will mnlSe chocolate macaroon". Puffed Rlc Jack. Boll a half cupful of molasses nnd a Ublespoonfut of vinegar with a tenpoonful of butter until It hardens In water, then stir In enough puffed rice to cover each with vhc sirup. Put Into a greased drip-iln- g pan to cool. II II It JC o EVEKSfBODT KNOWS trVLVX-IN-HE- iui MEANS BUV3L Revised Prices The assurance of material for quantity production of Buick cars enables the Buick Motor Company to establish the following prices on the various Buick models, effective January first, 1919. These prices will not be changed during our present dealers' selling agreements. Three Passenger Open Model Five Passengei Open Model Four Passenger Closed Model Five Passenger Closed Model Seven Passenger Open Model' Seven Passenger Closed Model $1495 1495 - 1985 2195 1785 " 2585 KINNAIED BROS, Agents. LANCASTER, KY. Public Sale Of Two Small Farms in Garrard County. About 2 miles from Buena Vista and 2 miles from Camp Nelson on the Deitrich pike. Saturdag, March 1st, At 10 A. M. on the Premises. TRACT No. 1. re 1919 WOLF TRAIL. .Mr. George Daily is ill at this writ ing. Mr Josiah McCulley had u nice calf to die last week. All the flu victims in the commun ity have about recovered. Mrs. Abe Uurton spent the week end in Madison with her mother. Miss Jessie B. Ray Spent Monday "Don't you aupioau I aw" through your Utile game?" Hla amlle was bright and aaauiutng. Do you think uny maiden nunt could write lucli lettera na you haw heeu writing to me? I've had your Imaga before me all Hi time, and I've learned to' worahlp It. I kuew your eyea ware full of laughter, that your hnlr wai aoft and fluffy, that your llpa amlltd with the tiniest itltnplea. I could Juat ae Hi mischief lurking In Hit) corner of jour eje us jou wrot thota lettera. Oh, how you'v helped to cliecr those long, toilsome montha. How the thought of you haa given in help nnd courage, for I kuew you were a brave girl, doing yitur part at home." They were titling very close together lu the rosy silting mom. Nltu'a heart throbbed, and yet she tried to draw her hand nway from hlin. "Oh," ho faltered, "what muat Jou think of met" "I think you are the dearest girl lu alt Ihe world," he told her, drawing her liunda from her burning fare, "I need mothering aud advice and all that e. aort of thing now more than ever I've come to ask ygu to take tha Job for llfo will you do It?" Ht waa gating It her with earnest yea, full of love, Vlie looked up at blm, trembling, yet with mischief In htr tyta a aba answered, "Yea, It you .think you can ataad a maiden aunt's acoldlng." And h vtyis a,uJJ Ulllflfl- - -" , . Comprises 100 acres and has on it a beautiful new house with cellar, tobacco barn, about 40 or 45 garage, meat house, new stock barn, acres in wheat, 40 acres in timothy and clover now ready for corn or tobacco, 20 acres in Blue Grass; is well watered and as good land as you will find in Garrard County. TRACT No. 2. dwelling, a tenant house, a Contains about 40 acres, has a small barn, 3 or 4 acres in orchard, one of the best in the county, 12 acres in wheat, 12 acres of corn, the balance in grass. After offering these tracts separately, we will then sell them as a whole and the best bid or bids realized, will be taken; can give possession of the entire farm at once. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. This farm will or reserve as the owners are going to leave the State. sell without by-bi-d For further information call on W. L. Glass or C. R. Remley, Camp Nelson. night with Mrs. James Matthews. Master Elmer Uny spent the wesk end with Elzie Calico of Madison. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hutrh Mnherlv were with her parents from Friday until Sunday. Messrs Mose Iiay, Elijah McMillan and John Dailey were in Lancaster, 'Monday, Miss Jessie II. Hay was the guest of BOLIVER BOND and C. E. BUCKLEY Mn. IMd Warren and Miss Maude ' Tcater of Madison last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Daily attend ed the burial of the little infant of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sebastian last Saturday. Mr, Hice Tenter of the Great Lak es Naval School, has returned home, having been mustered out after serv ing sever il months. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Simpson, and son James, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis, Mr. and' Mrs. Wilbert Daily and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater. Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. Versailles, Kentucky. "df- - 7 giiifini We are The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 191 9. ihii iroud of The Title. ai1B STORE W THE ECONOMY ALL TEACHERS Must Take Agriculture Examination. All teachers who plan to tench in this county during the school year of j 1910.20, will be required to take nn examination on the lubjcct of Agri- culture before entering upon their work. This applies to nil rural, grnd- Icd and hijili school teachers. The questions will be sent out by the State Department of Education in May, June and .September Just as the ' questions on other subjects nrc sent out, ami will be graded by the Exam-- ! jining Hoard. The fee for taking the 'examination in Agriculture atone, wih j MAKING A JOYFUL NOISE HERALDING WORLD'S GREATEST MISSIONARY EVENT OF THE CENTURY 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 THE LOWEST MARGIN. bo 2E cents; for taking the entire cx-- 1 It would be untrue to claim we are selling at cost. We are not. But .we will sell you anything in our large stock at a very small margin over cost. You can satisfy your wants at this store at live and let live prices. COME AND SEE. Conri The Central Record sued Weekly. Tayable Brothers. Western trip with her father, and they were eatetl in the observation car passing through State Department of Education. j the beautiful scenery of the Mis Jennie Hfggins, .1. E. ROBINSON, Editor. Supt. County Schools Canadian l'ockio. Tht- - child R. L .ELKI.V, Local Editor and Mgr. was engrossed in a story book, Pai(1 sllc Ths Methodist Centenary Trombone Choir of 100 Instruments Is here shown leaving the stage In recessional. vcr' casual at- Entered at the Post Office In At the head Is Frank M. Sutphen. director. This Is the first time 100 trombones over tuve been oroanlied In Glasgow, Scotland, the Instigacaster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mall itention to the wonderful View Into a single musical unit. Above, at the left. Is S. Earl Taylor, director general of the celebration, tor of the labor trouble was EmmanMutter. that her father would frequent uel Spinwcll, a bolshevist of Russian of New York. At the right Is W. D. Deauchamp of NsshvlMe, Term- - associate director general of the celthe Methodist Church South. ebration, representing ly say, "Look I'eatnce, look! or Polish nationality. He represents Member Kentucky Tress Association Finally, with a kind of resigned British instinct and principle about SH hunilrrit trombones, mobilised and Frank . M. Sutrhen. a well known. , twou second tenors. . In the- ..center of ,. I. . . . . nnl f. ....... lu.fMi trnmnnUlAl OI l OIUUIUUS, imkuipi earn iuw nr.- uiv tHiru I i.. impatience, the little girl said, as much as an Eskimo reflects the Eighth District Publishers League. .'. . , . . . ,hl Ohio. Juni ideal of n Mongolian. Celebration In Columbus. "Hut, father, I have looked 1" b.rillM., r.rh Ih a uart In Belfast a. human curiosity of the 10 to Jul? Rates For Political Announcements. to maklnn a success ot the Centenary of Its own then the bin U fiat bast A great many people have n nationality nnmed Simon same trombone, and, on the end of caeb Chorus" and Trombone Choir tnony of "Hallelujah For Precinct and City Offices.. $3.00 exactly the child's attitude topreached the same eccentric A greater problem lay In what to choir. Ihe.F bats, n majestic affair Colllcam "Holy Cltjr" In the hus 10.00 ward the war. For County Offices They have sac- gospel as Emmanuel nnd was the mov r been which also had to be n.ado to order play, for no tauilc had where tho mimical features ot tha For State and District Offices.. 15.00 rificed written for a trombone choir of 100 for tho C'entenarr Choir and they have given and ing spirit of the industrial unrest celubratlon will be held. "Most people have the mistaken plaers. It had to be specially pretheJ' have Pail1' an(I wll' should which a Russian revolutionary tourhundred trombones some o pared. Nationally known composers Idea that the trombone Is a I Urln One .10 For Cards, per ing the mining districts of South arranging such sa- btastlug Inilrumrnt. used solely for on large and some so small that they are now at work wiey need to Keep For all publications In the inter- Wales did his utmost and with conest of individuals or cxpres- These people do not realize siderable success to convince n must be made to order will blend cred -- and semi racreJ selections as the lurpoe of making noise." arr Chorus" from Faust, Mr. 8ut.hen, the director. "On the so the sion of individual views, per that the effects of a war live thrifty population that thrift was theiras music In the lamest, and. its "Holy Soldiers'"Hallelujah Chorus" and contrary. It Is ono of the truest ol Is known, the only choir ot City" far Hating ne'"iei nwJ"l:"'",7" "Onward Christian Soldiers" for the musical Instruments. kind In the world. natter that we have to pass criminal. talres nor fret. It can be tuned "r Ileitis; absolutely new and unique, hUKe choir. These three mental perverts con'through a long vista of condi The Centenary Choir Is composed fecllr as It Is pla)d, and Its tonet tho trombone choir has preientnd any detheir respective crusnjo tions and results brought about ductedof organized labor rather inthan number ot difficulties to Its organ- ot 12 soprano trombones, IS altos, 40 can bi rnftrned to the mellow notes fiance Lancaster, Ky., rebroar) 27, 1919 by the war. Demobilizatioi in conformity with its behests. They isers, the Centenary Celebration com tenors, 18 baritones and I! bass trom- of the violin, are "So adaptable Is the trombone, so In the first plare, they bones. rr una reconstruction as well as preached a revolt against the author- mtltee. trombone players wltbln must arranitrd These 100 Instrumentschoirs, wonderful Is Its power of espreaslon, reato form sti separate find 100 nctual warfare are expensive ity of the unions. Their mission was sonable distance of Columbus. They each a musical unit In Itself. At the that It can lake the place of Mule, Courtesy In The Home. processes, and it is up to Amer- - to destroy the struction of orgnnitcd solved this problem by moblllilng alt extreme right of each bank, or choir, cello, .comet or violin. In an orchessud-- 1 . . If the question were put come two soprano trombones no tra, And the same variety of tone labor and capital at the same time, the professional players, and complettQ conUme These Instru- msy be perftctrd In a corre'll)' baling thn organization with talented larr.fr than rornets, but what they were to set up In place den ly to you or me, "Are you in ts ,nflatcd rf Anthony Itorpersbiirg was ments are made to order Neil come anced choir of trombones as the largamateurs. of these two is not determined. polite and kindly person? made business manager ot the choir. three altos, then two first tenors, sad est orcun can rruduce." decrease gradually. In other . we should probably answer, j taxes will continue, and Income destruction words, they preached tho of wealth, and offered ... in the nothing to '"P""8 wi" con,c n VictoO' loan sal poverty. replace it with but univerof affront al the thought that jwhich vaMMe spirit muat No one who has not lived in Engiu iuu.u iiuiiuiy uc !,w,,uno uuv .... .h ..... ,JV. IJF lUtlllili land knows how bolshcvism seethes cd anything else than polite r The outlook is that we shall in the foreign quarters of all the large and kindly. have to exercise patience and towns, and particularly in the London ARE YOU A SUBSCRIBER TO THE And we probably are both economy for some time to ghetto. For many years it has been to the stranger and the casual come. We cannot one of England's boasts that every release our- kind of refugee is welcome in Great acquaintance and the friend. selves from obligation by the Britian, nnd as a result the type of CENTRAL RECORD? But do we carry our civility in- plea, "Cut we have given!" degenerate thnt cannot pass the Ellis to our own family circle? Island tests at New York has been We are not speaking of dithroughout the IF NOT, WHY NOT? Only spend money wheru it breeding half century. British Isles for over rect incivility nnd rudeness. n jf That docs not enter into the will bring dividends. That If we do not profit by this lesson W I question. But is our family does not necessarily mean in we do not deserve to. We have been currency but in wholesome admitting a miscellaneous collection life based upon essential cour pleasure, investments which of Immigrants for fifty years, and tesy and kindness? them nie fare made for the benefit of the many of And manyour very boneIt and sur- sinew. is are not. We are supposedly e poor will not pay you more by luck than good judgment rounded in our homes with the something of that sort, that so much vitality has been added whom we leva best in "r by immigration. It is time to that! Mney spent on chances to us the gate. the world. It is for them wl" is close we work and toil ami sacrifice. lwhf1lher 'ou, Ios.e orIt Major Monson Jlorriss of the Three c,n' " w ast" Hundred and Sixty Xinth Field Ar Their well being is worth more n'a1,ly uttiiuM! iiiui iiiuuiih mat you tillery was Commandant of an Amerto us than our own. If trouble! ican prison camp at Richelieu, or illness threaten them our .win piay again uccause you and had charge of 832 GermanFrance pris won last time and tho next time day is darkened. oners. His description of them is 'you may not win. Yet is it not truo thnt we pointed, unprejudiced, but not polite. And what should give us food for often fail to accord them tho j thought is his intimation that most of little courtesies of every-daCard of Thanks. them had decided to come to Amerlite which we would show toj We wish to extend our heartfelt ica after the War. And there is no tln strnnirer within or without legislation yet- - framed tu keep them our gates? Do we give them."!3"1" t0 so kind and n5J rtc'a'lve' out. who were ,. f , r ... ,, At tha risk of teeming inhospitable uiu ic iwnu ui muu.j i' ,us during the short Illness of we must put up the bars both against preciatiOll Which WOUld mean husband nnd father. bolshevist and thu Mrs. Addle Anderson and children. tno Do we not so much to them? Prussian Junker. If we have not Jobs sometimes proffer them careenough to go round amoi.g ourselves, Card of Thanks. v less discouragement and critshould certainly not share them icism which may some day During the illness and death of our with malignants who ore ready to rob WHAT'S UNDER THE HIDE? A "16 TO 1" STORY! como back to us with the force dear husband and father we grate- us of our property and oar liberty nt acknowledge your kind expres- the same time. fully of n blow? The International Live Stock Exposition, held nnnunlly ut Chicago, Is generally acknowledged tho world's Suppose we hold n little pri- sions and sympathy. We take this WHY DON'T YOUR HENS greatest steer show. The most practical class In this show is tho "Carcass Contest". Two butcher Judges pick vate conference with ourselves method of exurcssinc our thanks and LAY WHEN YOU WANT tho grand champion beef carcass each year, one placing the nnlmuls on foot, and the other Judging their meat after slaughter for dressing percentage, quality, waste fat, etc. ADEUDEEN'-ANGUhave won every Carcass grand over these questions. Let us IN THE EGGS MOST, championship since the first show in 1900, giving this breed 10 victories to 1 for all other breeds, grudes and Mrs. Jane M. Rose and children. means you and each and this WINTER crosses I me carry our outdoor cour3 Uuy now, or llrecd to an Abcrdccn'Angus Bull nnd raise some champions steers or heifers. They hnvo no AOENTS AND BOLICITORS They do not get the chemical inWAU tesies nnd thoughtfulncss into "AMlailCA'S litstury KOIt I1UMAMTV." gredients that nature Intended at this horns and are ready for the market ut nny age. We will offer tho scrvico ol one of our Registered Aberdeen-Angu- s Complete wurld's war, 609 season. Bulls on the farm one mile from McCREARY at the very low price of $3.00 cash at time of service with II. A. THOMAS' POULTRY tho home and wo shall find parts, with niaily 100 mamMc-ciilletulls 2, costs you II. Hume nuking- over iS'i tha out what a place of radiance eicruts the people warn,per day. Hellniled REMEDY supply these very chcml-cal- return privilege. book, but, of course, In a more highly orders puld. It desired. nnd charm thnt home may be. pix.nlj.lly. Cirtlit Itoosevvlt." Krelnht terms, concentrated form. We tell it and of same aim. ANGUS-LAN- D lluth uutliu free to workers (JCOltlJU get eggs. U. ULOWtt CO . Philadelphia, I'a.. or CM- - guarantee you to A little girl was taking a cufo, III. Addma nearest omce. W, A. DIfJKERSON. A. D. DRADSIIAW. WALKER BRADSHAW. $1.50 a Year. Advance. Lnn-ian- 1 (including Agriculture) I amlnntion will be tho regular fee of $1.00. The I examination, when taken on the sub' Jcct of Agriculture alone, will bo good only until the expiration of the, certificate under which the applicant l now teaching. All teachers and prospective teachers arc urged to prepare themselves The question for this examination. is often nsked; what preparation must I make? Thele arc various gcod books on the subjpct, also many good! farm bulletins that will be furnihed by the State Department of Agricul-- 1 ture, upon request The Stale Nor- - j mal School olfers an excellent course in Agriculture, and no doubt the Stat Normal is the best place to Ret the nccesury work and training in this subject. This statement is made in accord nine with the laws nnd rulings of tu" tct a mTxedTot. 0 r.....v . I Green-spho- lino"""" it 8 8 back-peopl- yi crack-braine- d S t STOCK FARM. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 27. 1919. , SECTION 2 TWENTY NINTH YEAR NUMBER 48. ru.r. a i If sv-- till. . U i Si ' - c 'Js SOAK! ' 0 COLUMN J? 0 ty let tliflir friend. 'i wr they nre cnjoylni? nrmy lif . 1'ic following letter to The I!ec-- i r !, vill he worth your perusal. ii ; , " o The "Krnnrc, Jan. 21th, 1910. Central Kccord, I.nncnster, Kentucky. Dear Editor: I'lc.no nllow two" old chums of the nta I'nMhnnv frnm tl.M cnmM " fl 1I ty to drop you n tew lines, to let you X f II S 'know they nre "somewhere in Krnncc" 2 nml lire well and enjoylm; henllh nnd havini: a fine time. Wc sailed from Montreal Canada nnd landed In Liverpool, England in Wc then took n train September. nnd traveled through part of England to the English Channel, ngain taking a boat unl landed in Shcrbury, France. Wc went through France and stopped in nbout forty miles from the front. We stayed there a few weeks nnd went close to the Ger19 Years Experience. 15 Years in Ceutral Ky man border where we have been sta- I tinned Ky. ever since. We have seen very At Kengarlan Hotel, ninny Interesting things on our way und hope soon to return nnd meet our Moved ones and our many friends who ' were over here nlso, and talk the war tales over. There arc not many civi hens where wc are stationed nnd tho We towns nre pretty well shelled. OPTICIAN. OPTOMETRIST. have fine sports on Sundays hunting 1 AGENTS. EMPLOY NO souvenirs, wild deer nnd hogs. Suppose n good many of the boyi have reached home by this time. Wc have erected a Y. M, C. A. nnd Alibi for the the Y. M. C. A. people come up nnd So We Will Find W. of llrnntlc A Metlrnu b) I he ni'' Hippy little Hell. Fltllne on llin Hermnmh . aged twmtj t'ltve year, give u. entertainments. Tho Y, M C. A. nnd the lied Cross have been ll.xir, wa lii'unl soliloquizing In n singilltil In n lllllo cntlioii'p down hy the song tone lliu; "Ami lleuunly Fadepot. Tin- - wish never li.ol ii doctor close friends to us during our time ther will take rare of us . . . If iind fo no one know wlmt killed him. spent in Krnnce, in which wc have . an cixl . . . but lin n mnny thanks to give them in return, Miguel (Cnl.) Examiner. we're not alwaj" good . . . hiiiI nnd we nlso have n good word to wo hnvi l take rare of speak for the Salvation Army, which Friendship. oiirKf) von pretty mini.." New L'en-tuNo oik U ho poor ns lli" ierson who is doing good work in France, with Journal. bo very la going through life without friends. out these three we would None of us needs to tic In thin sad lonesome. Your Knowledge. Us plight, for nil uri.und us ore those who Well, ns this about all of any interfact tint th pco-pi- p need love nuil sympathythose for It la a wlKTknow tlx ni'wt do not always whom we nin niiikc life less dlfllrutt. est wc will close, hoping to sec this in print, and wo are also expecting to nrromplbh the nut. Ami Hint I Ami that. Id whut friendship means: many ilo not know how to nw spending ones. If for those one love sail in n short time. Very sincerely yours, Ihclr knowledge. It Ik like gold burled nml nuking nollilng In ri'turn. It la Private" Fletcher Scotland In till' ground I ml end of being Invested "only he who I. tin willing to love withnnd hrnrlnc n good Interest. Ifci not out being lined" who Is 1 Ik fly to feel Private Homer Humphrey. trust for Jour success to knowing that then, la no lurh thing ns true Co. IL, 3rd Iln.. 22nd Engineers, things, for It depends Instead on your friendship. Via New York, Am. Ex. Forces. knowing bow to lis. what you know. Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. Lancaster, MARCH 10th to 15th J. J. BYRNE . .... of n lire apliry ou n precipitous mountain side rsi shown In Popular Mechanics line. '1 he slope linn Ihh-i- i cut Into ter races tui'Ue to tlttivn feet hl!h on which more lliun lUlO awanu of heea re liouaeil, each hive hellig plucvd on a mnrrele foutulntlon. The land put to thla profltnhle ute would ho worth Tho little for any other purpose. hires, lielng high up. are fanned hy the Kumnier hreeres and are wnrinol hy the iuii In winter. Dig Apliry. An Interesting picture Easy Immobilisation. In birds and iiiniiimali Immoblllza-lio- n run bo occasioned nt will. In the century Klrcher Immobilized fowls merely hy turning them uimiii their hucki. The eiierlment ran ho lucreasfiilly mude with uny kind of bird. I hao performed It with sparrows, with it wryneck and with the finch Immediately utter their rupture, thus excluding all Idea of Induing. The ame result ran he ohtalued with tartnus mammals, especially with mice. Kxrliange. The following letter from the Record's good friend, Gus P. Dunn will be read with much interest, for it is indeed-ninteresting letter, lie tells of the wonderful work he is doing in me central i.ecord Utlice over there, but says he regrets exceeding ly that it did not fall to his lot to get a lew German scalps. Bourgcs, Jan. 24, 1919. The Central Itccord, Kentucky. Lancaster Dear Homcfolks: Taking it for granted that all wc human beings arc gotten up alike in some resptcts, I presume that you huvc nt certain times been n wee bit undecided just what you wanted to Well, such is the do, with yourself. case with me tonight. I don't know whether to go Jump in the lake, go out in the garden and eat worms oi wish my wandering thoughts at you ns a sort of punishment of being guilty of having hid mc ns u native of your town, so I've Hipped ii coin (lucky to have one, don't you think) and you've lost they are sad words, CROSS OUT YourWcshing Troubles With a M Westertt Electric asher and Wringer & the greBtcst bugbfar in your weekly houschoil' work your answer would 'be "The Weekly Famjly Wnsh." That's jjie nnsweroi every nousewuc whose wpshink; is done the oitl fashioned clothes washboard-and-tub a If you were askejj to name but they are true and the latter wayfA Western Electric WasHer and 3 finger and you crosout, eliminate, washjnc troubles. At a cost of alfcmt three cents n wfejc for current, your clothja are washed by clcctricftA' and washed cleaner-petteeasier than ever before. We all about the magical machine here can't butJif you call on us we'll show yjju one opealte it and arrange, if you will, for a demonstra-tioj- r in your home. Cross out your washing ables. Wash Electrically. Let Us Tell YouHow! tyou r BASTIN BROTHERS. LANCASTER m mm works. So Here gucs for, better or for worse. Some few or less copies of the Kcc ord have found their wny Into my hands nnd I must say that I have en joyed them very much. I have often read letter from fellows wiio have published left in the llecord saying that your paper was just like u letter from home, but I hnd never hllil llmt In Ihtntr nf tlm matter so serlouslv ns flint until Itinvn few copies came to me In this man's country. It makes no liilference how many have written you that, they nil miant well, they really enjoyed the llecord just as much, if possible, us they would have a letter from their licit friend. The whole paper is full of interesting items, from first to last, but tho thing'I look for first is tho column called "Khaki Column", It is quite amuilng to note the dilTcrcnt opinions formed by the fellows when they first reach Vrnncc. Probably "llcaucoup" of them have changed those first formed opinions7!! hundred times since that first letter was published in your paper. Just wait a few more months and you can get out u daily entitled "After the War Opinions on Fiance" and have news enough to run a paper eight days every week. Since this little ball of yarn Is all wound up we are allowed to tell a little more of what has been done and how It was done than we were before November II, 1918, so I nm going to attempt to tell you n little about the work that has been done hf the or ganisation of which I am n member. This said organisation is cnllod The Central Hccords Office. I don't know just exactly how to go nbout explaining what this Central Records Office Is n part of, originally It was n part of General Headquarters, but I am inclined to think that it is a kind of Orphan Organisation, at present, nobody wnnts to claim It, ns it is directly retponslblo for the casualty lists that have from time to time been published in the States nnd practically nil information concerning the whereabouts and welfare of each soldier in the AEF It is also to blame for John Smith not getting his mail, nlthough wc have looked through the five thousand John's that ve have in the Smith file for this particular one's locator enrd on rcveral occasions nml found that they nil (.pell their name exactly the sume. Can you, wonder at anyone not wanting to claim such outfit ns this one la? At n by beany rate , GIIQ gives ing a part of thcStatistical Section of the Adjutant General's Department and n pretty good source of informn tion, The personnel of the Oifice consists of nbout three thousand en lilted men, thirty or forty officers and some two hundred or so British girls. The Office is divided up into dillcrent sections, each section keep, ing a record of each man in this lit tic Army. When a man lands in France Is when he becomes n kind of nuisance to the Central Records Office. All the information concerning this particular man is at once sent here and his Personnel, .Master, I. oca tor and various other species of cards are placed in the files nnd he becomes a member of the "Boys". I don't know any too much nbout the dope that's on these cards other than the Locator as tnut is the onlv one that I have had any experience in handling. However, I know that on this Personnel card is n list of all of the various trades and professions and he is clasidficd here as to what he is capable of doing best. To this file is where they go when any number of exper ienced men in any line are wanted. In other words, this department's idea is to put the round pegs In the round holes and not in thesqunrc ones. The Master Cards nre very much like the Locator, which I will tell you about later, only they have n little more information on them and arc filed ns to Company, Regiment nnd Division. The Locutor Card is the one that tells you where, what and why that man is. It Is a card 3xS inches in size with the man's name, number, rank and organ ization with which he arrived in France written on it Every time that this man's status changes it is recorded on this card. When a casual comes over (a casual is a man who did not come over with an organization) here is about what happens to him. First he is sent to the Camp at the port of debarkation, left there about one Trek, then sent to the Classification Camp, classified nnd sent to the Training camp, spends about another week in the process of getting to the Training Camp and some, three weeks to a month and man in training, then if hard luck don't wish him into the SOS he Is sent" to some line company to bo as signed. From the time he lands un til he gets nssigned is something like six weeks nnd his address has changed nbout four times in the meantime. Each time that he moves a report is mude out by that organization to which he is transferred and this change of status is noted on his Locator Card. While he is making this round, his first mail from home arrives at the Central Post Office address ed to the address given nt the Camp before he left the States, , the Post Oirice never heard of this outfit so they come to the Locator Card for this man and find that tho last change shows the man nt soma Classification Cump, the mail is readdrcssed to that Camp but when it gets there the man has left for the Training Camp, so the mail is sent back to tho Post Ofagain. Somefice und readdrcssed time this old mall will follow him up like that for months, sometime he will connect with it in six weeks or such n matter it nil depends on his luck and whether it s the light or the dark of the moon. Tho above will give you a vivid idea of why wo didnt get our mail tho day we landed and will alsa tend to show how the thing is June. Every time a man is wound ed and sent to tho hospital a change is made in his address tho same as above. To give you an idea of about what two millions, and more of these little cards look like I will say that they fill three buildings, each being about one hundred and twenty by thirty feet. The cards are all filed strictly alphabetically. Here is where one can surely find the 57 varieties of names. Take the Adams, for In- - FULL LENGTH OF ROLL .gg 1 4 I (!) BECKER and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. I ii f BRYANTSVILLE, stance, there are some 8000 of them over here, several Aliens, 1200 to 15000 Millers, 30000 to 35000 Smiths and Jones, Murphy nnd Roscnbaums These figures may in proportion. be a little hard to take, but they ore just about the actual number of each one of these names in the AEF during the time when the most men were here. As a matter of fact, I think it is rather hard for the world "to take" just what the U. S. has achieved in its twenty months of war. As for the war, I can't tell you a thing about that, you'll have to ask some one who took part in it for the I've done Of course details. and "Squads Right", use n mess-k- it gather "cooties" when they get ripe, but the only article of war that I've ever operated is the Underwood Machine Gun in the CRO. I've seen Germans galore, but they were ones that some doughboy had capturednnd sent down to the prison camp, I've ridden in the American Special Side door Pullman (8 Cheauex 40 Horn-mes- ), hiked for miles in the sun, waded mud ankle-deeslept in the barn, wondered what the Top Sergeant would do when the war was over and everything else that a reul Yank is liable to do or have done unto him (the passive works in the army) in France but it did not fall I was my lofto go gctthe"IIun". greatly disappointed that I didn't get n shot nt a couple of them but in this nirn's Army THKY do the telling nnd you do the doing, so it was the CRO for mine. Am very sorry that I did not get you n couple of "Boche" hem-letns I am sure that you would like them for n souvnier i'Guerre. At present we are having the told-es- t weather that I have experienced Tho last two nights in this country. have been real cold, nothing like zero weather but cold enough for ice to form where you nre supposed (capital S) to wash your face (a la horse trough), consequently the detail is n bit "mussed up". I think that we are supposed to have had some cold weather before this but you see it has been cloudy and raining since last September and hasn't had time to get cold yet. "Sunny France" they call it, and one seaport town says that it rained 330 days atthat place in 1918. Somcsunshine there, isn't it? Well if you have read up this .far I know that you nre ready to quit by now so I had bctttcr stop "toute suite". May this year, 1919, be the most prosperous and happiest year in which you have lived is the worst wish that I could wish upon you, Lancaster and Garrard County. Your sincere friend, Gus P. Dunn, Corp. Gus P. Dunn, Co. D., Hq. Bn. GIIQ., APO, 902., Am. E. Forces, France. ' Modified Form of 8lvery. There Is no legal nnd formal, slav cry In any Christian country. It survives In n mild form In most MohamThe peonage sysmedan countries. n tem of countries U not but rests much different from upon a different theory. The peon Is not supposed to bo owned as property; he Is supposed to bo w orking to pay a debt which lie owes the master. Fellow-Feellnf- l. As a ScottUh divine was enterln.t n car he noticed that some of the passengers were trying to eject a drunken man. The minister promptly lnterp'-e- d In his behalf nnd soothed Mm Into respectability for tho rest of Ids Journey. Ileforo leaving, however, the disturber again muttered angry words to the other passengers; then, Helzlng the reverend doctor's handvhe exclaimed; "Good day my fren'; I see sou ken what It Is to be drunk I" 3C 31 II ICZZII IE 31 IE Have Your Tires Reireaded milliWH II e III! II I N I'M TT I Vulcanizing process of and con rebuild a tire at less than half price. We use the Dry-Cur- retreadingnot half sole 3300 Also- - MILES GUARANTEED Any sectional repairs on Blowouts. make of.tlre. Phone 798. The Danville Buick Go L B. CONN. Proprietor. .AV Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. icni ii -i- czz3C The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 27. 1919 La Grippe Coughs Stop those ugly hard la grippe cougns that weaken the system ntul lower the vital rcsisfsnce to more serious ailments, by Uklnj FtUj'i lltniy and Tar. lully recover trie neaitii 01 the lunj!a and ' the cough that "hangs on' IIt the couh EVERYBODY IS NOW FIGURING INCOME TAX In Order COLLECTING CLAP TRAP. Uncle Hilly Oeycrwns for many yenrs a notable figure down In Northeastern Kentucky. Ho was frugality personified and n keen trader. Most of Ills money lint been made In real estate and financing fnrpiers at nfter-thc-w- borne victims of la grippe never AllSmokfigTo&accos are flavored Knows" "Your Nose The Encyclopaedia Britannica says about the manufacture of molting tobacco, on the Continent and in America certain 'sauces' are employed . . . the use of the 'sauces' is to improve the flavour and burning qualil.es of the leaves." Your de. pends as much upon the Quality and kind of flavoring used as upon the Quality and aging of the tobacco. Tuxedotobaccouscsthcpurest, most wholesome and delicious of all flavorings chocolate I That flavoring, added to the finest of Foley's Honey that thrcatent. puta a toothing, healing costing on the surfaces, relieves the tightness anj soreness, raises phlegm easily, and girc, romlortlng leeling of eaie and warmth. It it alio good for bronchial rough,, trouble'' tome night coughi, tickling throat and hoarseness. Do net aectpt a substitute. lungs trial la Teled. reeceriel somewhat, m failed to cle.rap,' and 1 ..ITered severe pnins I look one bottle of 1'oley tonir-tuoa-. Ilonev nnd Tar, and It took all the emence away and Inula rt tSe eonlealioo." Yours Inilr elerrrd "1 had helps from the very hrst dose. Tar It to Be Helpful to Public, Internal Revenue Bureau Has Every Available Officer in Field. YOU rates of Interest. And when ho died his executor found bundles of old Confederate bills in bis iron safe, mementoes of the great American weakness of taking n chance. Uncle Hilly Reycr wasn't n pioneer In this. Financial adventure lias been the flic of American business development through more than n century. lie but ran true to form. Thousands of Americans nre do-ithe same today. Simply collecting clap trap In the form of pally Illuminated stock certificates that nrcn't worth the paper they're printed upon and never will be. And the tragedy of It all Is that many of them are sacrificing their Liberty Ilonds In the effort. Surrendering their certificates of loyal citizenship In the chance of making n killing. Doing Uncle Sam a real injury, however unconsciously. With no morc.chnncc thnn thc"pro-vcrbisnowball in Hades. The woods are full of salesmen right now representing fake propo-tio- n schemes nnd holding out special inducements to Liberty Hond holdbarers. Offering them gains extraordinary, especially in fcr their bonds. Nine out of ten of them are pure (wlndles. So be on your guard. If enc of these fellows puts bis proposition up to you take him down to your banker. If he can sell thebanker you may possibly be safe in takingnchance. Hut if he can't, pass blm up. "... SEVERE PENALTIES IF DELAY BEYOND MARCH 15 la attack After of pneumonia. l.all . BZifVjjMiab ; lift nr J. D. Enterktn, Winston, Co, I waa sick In tied with I took Foley' Honey am! Tdr and It helped pie so much. I kept on and ItaKorcdmr couth and I got belter. So now I am around the house afiin. I am 75 years old." Airs. Maxy Klsby, bpokanc. Washington. and had a very had eouib. FOR SALE UY STORMES DRUG STORE. Christmas Glftt. The cutom of RltlnK ClirlstttifiJ Rifts Is not trnccnMo to Its licnlrinlnKs. Tho Encyclopedia Dritnnnlcn say? Hint of December wns "In llrltnln tho n festlvnl loni; before the conversion to Christianity, for llcde (tie temp. rat. ch. 13) relates that 'the undent peoples of Angll beiran the year on tho o 25th of December.' " The custom prevailed In the fiermotlc countries. Laughter. "Lnushter Is man's own attribute," ays Ilnbclals, and from the time man ocean to think of other matters than ratine nml unci nc war be has wonol laughter In some form or other according to his Ideas of what Is comical. The early pictured Jokos on ennvns, stono nnd paper arc not conducive to wild hilarity at this day and ace, but they amused the people of tho time nnd In making men laugh helped to civilize the nice. Animals ind Toes. No living representative of the an imal kingdom has more than fire toes, illgltx or clans to ruch foot, band or limb. The horse Is the type of the one-toe- d creation, the camel of the two- toed, the rhinoceros of the three-toeand the hippopotamus of the four-toeand the elephant ami hundreds of oth er animals of tho live-toeAn Improvement A young guardsman culled the oth cr day on n certain financier, who In stated on hhowtng blm over his mag nlflcent private house. Informing blm not only where he purchased every article In It but the price be paid for It When he had finished he nskeil hl lsltor If he could suggest any Im provement In the nrrnngement of the house. "Well," was the reply, "If you were to mark nil the goods In plain figures It would save you a good deal of trouble." THE MOST DANGEROUS No crr-an-s of ths human borlr nre so Important to health and lone lire aa the kidneys. When they slow up uml commence to larf In their duties, look out! l'lnd out wha- the trouble Is without ile'sy. Whenever you Jcct nenous, i.k, dlxzy, surfer from sleeplessness, or have- tialns In the back ocake bp at once. Your kldnejs need help. These are signs to warn )ou that your kidneys are not performing their functions iiroperly. They are only half doing lliilr work and are allowing Impurities to accumulate and be converted Into urle acid and other poisons, which nro t.auslny you illitreea and will destroy ytu unless they are driven from your system. DISEASE Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules at once. They are an old. tried preparation used all over the world for centuries They contain only soothing oils combined with BtrenKth-fflvlnR- and aystem-cleanalnherbs, well known and used by physiIn their dally practice. HOLD cians MEDAL Haarlem OH Capsules are Imported direct from the laboratories In Holland. They are convenient to take, and will either Klre prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Ask for tbem at any drutr store, but be sure to Imported GOLD ret the original MEDAI. brand. Accept no substitutes. In sealed packages. Three sizes. Dally Thought. Halibut. A religious life Is a struggle and not The name "halibut" Is composed of two Scandinavian words meaning Hat-fis- h a hymn. Madame de Stael. ot the deep. That derivation Is The Dentltt'i Shrnvtnrs. found In the dictionaries, but the term "lib. look at grnniltr.i's Hie. Aunt first appears In the ancient legends as "halglbuta," which signifies a holy i:mlly," whispered the b thy. ejes fixed messenger, one who Is sent to relieve on the array of fnle teeth In the glass . suffering or save either body or soul. Warm Combination. On n cold winter day Dr. Horatio C. Wood, Sr., notnl specialist unit medical writer, was chatting with his friend, the late Dr. Horace Howard Furness, the eminent Shakespearean A third man approached, scholar. whereupon, with n laugh. Doctor Wood said: "Doctor Furness, let mo present Mr. Cole. Surely the three of us can now forget the cold." World's The amateur student of statistics will find plenty to ponder over In the figures ns to the distribution of deaf- mutes throughout the world. A re cent report on this phase of the cen sus of the United States gives the pro-Iiortton us 42S per 100,000, nnd kliowi that In the group of countries whose figures Is CO or less all are English-tpenklnexcept Holland. Oregonlan, Economy, the Nation's Watchword There Is health as well as economy to be gained In grinding your own flour, with the added satisfaction of knowing It Is absolutely clean. Whole wheat means better health . for the wbolo family and Is most Im portant where there art children. I Thn Operates Easily, Ball Bearing Grrnch Rapidly nd Last a Life Time Price Apache Grist Mill runs easily and grinds rap-Idlquickly transforming wheat Into whole wheat flour. It makes corn meal, rye flour, hominy cracks, peas, beans and grinds coffee, spices, and has many other uses and Is needed In every home. With tho due date for Income Tnies only n few weeks nway, the collection tnx on 11)18 Inof this comes has started off with n bang, t:erybndy Is figuring Incomo tnx. Payments and swnrn statements of Income must renili Internal Itetenti utllces on or before March 15, nnd there are severe ttennltles for delinquency, Ileshlents of Kentucky should make their returns nml pny their tuxes the nearest of the following: Josh T, Crlflltb, Owcnslxiro; J. Hogers (lore, liulsUHe; Charlton It. Thompson, Covington; Klwood Hamilton, fusing-tonJohn W, Hughe, D.mtllle. "Pay" lour Income Tnx by March Is the slogan of the Internal llev l.V enne Ilureun, wblih has sent every Into the fleld to help nvnllable ntlk-ethe public to unilerstnnd the require ment and to prepare the returns. Who Must Make Return. that many thousands It Is Vliiglo and married persons In this nf section of the t'nltiil Stntes who have netcr before made annual returns are retpilred to do so this year. Income tax returns must be made between now ami Mnrch IS by persons who come under tho following clitssltt- cil lions; Any unmarried person whose 191S net Income was $l,tX) or oer. Will ows and widowers, divorcees nnd mar ried persons who ure UWng iipnrt from In a Restaurant, their husbnnds or wives, are for the "Walter, bring me n fuss) of purposes of the Incomo Tnx classed as I want to strengthen ibis s. up," water. unmarried. Any married person living with wife or husband whose IBIS net Income was DR. M. E. KING. M. D. $J,'10 or over. The Income of both husband nnd wife must be considered. together with the earnings of minor Announces The Removal Ot His Office children. If any. From 10t WEST BROADWAY To Revenue Bureau Offers Aid. 510 STAHKS DUILOINQ Loulsnllle, Kr. Ilach person In tho Untied Stntes Office Houra 10 to 1 an 4 to 7, who Is In either of these classifications Office Phone City OZ. must get busy at once If penalties are He should securo a to be avoided. blank Form 1010 A for reporting net Income up to $,".01X1, or Form 1OI0 If his net Income exceeded that amount. Tonus are being distributed by Collec tors and their Deputies, also by banks, fly following the Instructions on the forms a correct return can be prepared advice nr at home. If n person s aid, the Ivpuly Collector In the Held will furnish this without (barge. The new Itevenue law places the Income Tax duty on citizens and residents. The Internal Itevenue Durenu is Its men to work right with the public to get the tnx and the returns In. Willi ncllve every tax due March IS will be paid ond every return required by law will be In the Itevenue nfllces on time. Exemptions Are Allowed. A single ersnn Is allowed n personal exemption of $l,Cs). If he Is supporting In his household relntlves who are dependent upon him he may claim the status of the bead of a family who has the Hume exemption as It mnrrled. A married who Uvea with wife or husband Is allowed a personal exemption of i0O0. Tho bead of a family Is entitled to claim a similar personal exemption1. An additional exemption of $200 Is allow etl for each person under eighteen or Incapable of self support who was dependent upon and recehed his chief support from the tnxpayer. A husband and wife living together nre entitled to but one personnl exemption of $"J,(ltsJ. If they make separate returns the exemption may be claimed by either or divided. beerinnine: Accuracy Required. Absolute accuracy Is necessary In "East making up Income figures. Any person who Is working for wages should And out exactly how much he received during the whole year 1018. Fees, bank Interest, bond Interest, dividends. rents reeehed and all other Items Mere must bo reported correctly. guesses are not accepted, for they are unjust alike to the taxpayer and tho Oovernment nnd defeat tho proper ad , ministration of the law. A INCOME moke-enjojme- nt carefully aged and blended -- burley tobacco, produces Tuxedo the perfect tobacco 'your sVoscKnoiM." Try This Test: Rub a little Tuxedo briskly in the palm of your hand to bring out its full aroma. Then smell it deep its delicious, pure fra&tanco will convince you. Try this tett with nny other tobacco nnd wc will let Tuxedo stand or fall on your judgment "VourVose Knows." SjKSBE 21e T.la.,0 fee CuArarrleedhr Clitrstte mm SOaSBSBSBSBSBSHSKBsfsalBSBSBSBSBSBsllSrTBSBsV. OF LIVE STOCK and FARM IMPLEMENTS ET7 Having sold my farm I will sell at public auction on Wednesday, March 5th, 1919, promptly at ten o'clock at my home on the Poor Ridge pike, of Lancaster, the following personalty: eight miles North TAX IS TRULY POPULAR. "Your Chickens Will Gladly Pay For It" Feed your chickens ground feed and you will soon save the price of an Apache Grist Mill. They will be healthier. They will lay more eggs. Tour feed bill will be less. You can feed a balanced ration and thus get the best results. Incorporated CLARKSVILLE ESTABLISHED A. hi. PATCH 1B05 TENNESSEE The Inventor and sole maker of HLACK HAWK Com Sheller. Tha most largely sold and the moat widely known Corn Sheller In the world. Conceded by all to be The Best Kver Made. "Tha payment of Income taxes takes on a new slgnlflcance, which should be understood by every citizen. The taxation system of this country Is truly popular, of the people, by the peo-pl- o and for the people. Kvery citizen Is liable to tax, nnd the amount of tlte tax Is graduated according to the success and fortune attained by each Individual In availing himself of the opportunities created and presented Tho by our freo Institutions. method nnd degree of the tax Is determined by no favored class, but by the representatives of the people. The proceeds of tho tax should be regardetl as a national Investment." Daniel 0. Iloper, Commissioner of Internal LIVE STOCK. One good harness horse: One good brood mare with foal to Percheron horse; Two coming two year old half Percheron horses; One yearling half Percheron horse. Four good young milk cows, Jersey's and Holsteins; One good grade heifer; Two yearling Holstein heifers; One splendid Jersey milk cow, four years old, will be fresh about April 15th. This is as good a milker as I ever owned and is subject to register. Twenty-fiv- e shoats weight about 75 pounds, all have been vaccinated; Two gilts weight about 150 pounds; Two brood sows, will farrow about March 15th. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. wagon; Two buggies and harness; One buck-boarOne two horse One Gasoline Engine, with wood sawing outfit; One Cutting Harrow, good as new; One No. 20 Oliver Chill Plow; One Syracuse Hillside plow; Two double shovel plows; Lots of other tools to be found on a farm. Twenty- five barrels of corn in crib; Two tons of number 1 baled clover hay. Some Household and Kitchen turniture. TERMS announced on day of sale. d: LUTHER RANEY. Lancaster, Ky., Route No. 3, Phone AM. BOURNE, Auctioneer. 329-H- . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 27 1919. CHEESE MAKING IS PROGRESSING Car Loads Now Being Shipped From Mountain Districts Which Formerly Made None. PRODUCT OF GOOD QUALITY COLDS INTERFERE Rtetnt Advanced Steps Have Been Perfecting of Marketing System Creating Much Interest and Enthuilttm In Production. Pllll j -- wrrousiNESS Dr. King's New Discovery relieves them nnd keep' you going on tho job Fifty continuous years of almoeti unfailing cheeking and relieving coughs, colds and kindred sufferings it the ot Dr. King's New Eroud achievement grandparent J," fathers, mothers, the Uddics all have used and are using it as the safest, surest, most pleasant' " thejknow ttakc remedydruggists of. Sold by all everywhere.' Bl Keep Bowels On Schedule' (Prepared lr lh (tall! (Mates Department of Asrtculiur.) I'ri'vlou tn Hill tho Houtli shlpix-In 1015, ?.1,f) irlli was no clu-mr- . manufactured and hipped from kiiiIIi-cr- n mountain district, nml during 1017 cti'o to tin' nlilt of There nro now wa innmifnotiiml. 13 cluiwo factories In operation In tin? innuntnlii Mftlun of tlio South "Well rdilp airloads of good fiunllly cheese to iiinrki t tH'rliMlloilljr. Tin- - rnpld stride In thn dcwlopinetit of clieci fiirtorli'H In tin' muiiiitiiln of tho South, n the renulfNif the efforts Of the United Wale deportment llll Mule of sericulture, (iMiicrntlne ntrlcullurnl college-- . In nhown forceof tU fully In ri'"Tt of the procre N' work mining to thi department. .South l)lt'Ml from difff u 1U1I. Althoughtho Niinltcr previous to lota rn shipped nrll-r- , tho llrwt car-loa- d product! cheeso wn 'if koutln-rshipped from North Carolina und n on July 21. 1018. Till shipment from eight n ) factories and comprised nliout pound', tho tabic of width wn SA cent ii pound. , approximately Factories In Mountain. Forty-thrrfaitorle now nro rlirri In operation In the mountnln region of tho South wheru rohl spring of trr on each farm provldo mo llent for keeping tho milk In urh n condition that It produces n high qual-I- I Ahundant rulnfnll, jr of rhoi'ro. grat., high nllUudc and u modinto temperature ull lomhlno to make adopted for tho this rrclon tjH-cliillIinMluctlon of cIicm'M" which onn com-ton the market succinifully with that produced In nny other section of of tho muntry, say dairy sivciallt . Iho United Jjlntrs department of Tho moat recent ndvnnced step In Inthe progress of thn rheei-makl- ng dustry In the South hnvo Iwtn tlio perfecting of tho marketing ejuli-uhrrrhy one of tho large packing com-pansends n refrigerator car to n central shipping (mint periodically. .Since tho Initial cnrlond shipment from North Carolina nnd Ttnneasee, car-loahave lccn going forward nenrly Having sold our farm, four and one-hater, on the Crab Orchard pike, we will on lf miles from Lancas- Late, retarded functioning throws; tvhols day's duties out of gear. Keep the system cleansed, the appe t it e lively, the stomach staunch with Dr. King's New Life Tills. Mild and tonic in action. Sold everywhere. ths Comforting ThoupM. You may full to rhino In th opinion of othors, liutli In your Ktivrr'utlon nnd notions, from liolni; superior as i ell ns Inferior to theiu. AT TEN O'CLOCK ' sell to the highest and best bidder, the following personal erty, to-w- it: the-State- , 3-- Tuesday, Men 4" prop- BORN OF THE AGES. Now that the League of Nations is no longer n drenm one cannot but wonder why it was so long in coming. What held it back through nil these yeMs. Why world peace made no effective appeal earlier. this king How much monarchy, business, the petty ambitions of princelings and pretenders who took no note of the rights of their subject peoples, had to do with it. How much the lust for power and increased do- r.iinon served to oppose. For when you get right down to brass tacks this League of Nations idea is the outgrowth of democratic opposition to the will of autocracy. Kaiser Bill s dream of world do minion precipitated it. And Uncle Sam backed it to the finish. Put it across. It was bom of the ages of oppres sion, of life wastage and blood toll upon thousands of battlefields, of extortion and sacrifice and enslavement even in the days of peace, of mon archy's ruthless, predatory piracy up on the rights and liberties of the people of the world at large. For democratic ideas, freedom in the abstract, republican government as America has known it, has virtual ly been confined to our shores. And once the President set forth the ideals of America before a strick en and threatened world it took to them like a duck to water. But for Uncle Sam's tremendous part in the world war a League of Nations would never have been pos sible. More likely it would have been tho United German Monarcy of the World. Enslavement for us all. So far Uncle Sam has come through with colors flying. He must finish in that same gala style. His' position before the world must be upheld. His ambitions His ideals supported. realized. Our faith in his future; our grati tude to his army, must not be clouded. It means a few billions more in The Victory Liberty Loan that will enable him to finish right, to wipe clean the slate of war expenses. We must lend him those billions. Must prove our loyalty and confi dence. We can do it. We will. is 15 4 hands high, Black One Jack 5 years old, this is one of the Best Jacks in with White points, and is a great breeder. One Jack 4 years old, Black with White Points, 15 hands high. One Jack, 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 Peryear old mare mules, good workers; Three cheon Geldings, 6 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. 5 Farming Implements. llrTPF- - Typical Mountain Checae Factory, Wears Valley, Ttnneaaee. of A representative the packing company receive from the various factories tho cheese which la drought In by wiigon, nml Immcdlntcly lusiies n check on tho locul bnnk for nil cheeo recelvetl. Tho tmnk In turn promptly pnys the pntruus of' the factories for tho cheese. Creating Interest Tho plan of marketing milk through cheeso factories line Increased tho Inmanufacturing terest la cheeso throughout the southern mountain districts. Tho Improved market service la not only creating much Interest nnd enthusiasm for cheeso production, hut Incidentally It la creating Interest tn other farm products. Itecontly one of tho field men of tho department of agriculture was at one of tho factories and observed many farmers bringing In wagon loads of potatoes which were point for hauled to the cheeso-shlppln- g shipment In a refrigerator car. In a number of counties arrangements Iiavo been made tn obtain cheexe boxes from local lumber concents In order to relieve tho extra cost of shipping these boxes long distances. On recount of tho war, men cheeso makers are hard to get, so women are being trained for tho work. Already five women have been engaged us cheeso makers. TURN ATTENTION TO RABBITS ctcry ten duy. .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, halters 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 6 horse-powclippers; 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. A TERMS EASY AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. er FAMILY MEDICINE Ollie and Millard Johnson. W. T. KING, Aucdoneer. Messrs N. T. Grow, C. M. Dean, Wm. Marksbury, Davis Swope and W. K. Davis were In Lexington, FriCarl F. Hnglehardt of Louisville, day. was here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean, nnd chilMrs. J. C. Williams entertained ut dren and Miss Pearl Iloswcll attenddinner Wednesday. ed tho show at Danville Friday evenDr. Dnwoa filled his appointment ing. at I'crryville, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Morcland and Miss Addie Mae Mnrsce has been little son, Jns, B., and Mrs. B. 'A. Dawes wero shoppers in Lexington few days. ill for the U Her Mother Home, Says This Georgia Lady, Regarding Relief Frorn Headache, Malaria, Chilli, Etc. Black-Draug- BRYANTSVILLE lias been Mr. Harry I'. Edwards spending several days at Harlan. rt Chtip Substitute for Ordinary Meats and Cm Be Kept In Inexpensive Buildings. The fact that rabbits are a cheap ubstltute for the ordinary meats Is likely to turn the attention of innny more persons to rearing them now, specialists of the United Stutett department ot agriculture believe. The; can be kipt In snaill and Incxpertl pens aud buildings nnd, like poultr) can be killed and prepared for the e en s&prt ootlot, 1'rlvnto Hoy Campbell Is with his disfamily having been honorably charged from service. The farmers In this vicinity uro still rejoicing over their good prices for equally good tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swope and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis were Lexington visitors Wednesday. Itev. and Mrs. G. S. Conant were In Lancaster, Wednesday, where Mrs. Conant had some dental work done. Mrs. E. F. Wilson and Mrs. Smith of the occasion was the music renderMr. and Mrs. U. U. Brown (pint Tomlinson of Indianapolis are here ed by Miss Ethel Kay, pianist and violinist. Dawes, The tn Stanford with with their sister, Mrs. Courtney Bob-crt- Miss Amy the past week-en- d guests reported an enjoyable time. who Is dangerously ill. his parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ballard and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hognn Ballard entertained a number of friends at din- Mnj. Phillipps enjoyed the hospitality ner Thursday evening in honor of of Gov. and Mrs. Stanley at the Man sion, Friday afternoon. They were their brother, It. B. Ballard. at Nicliolasvillo Saturday Joined Lieut. Sam ltose, of the medical morning by Miss Zilla Dawes en Corps who has been in France for sev- route to Lexington where they attend eral months is vliting his mother, Mrs cil tho 'Shriners' reception in the G. B. Hose. His wife accompanied evening. him here. Thinking First. Mrs. J. W. Glass has returned from If thou thlnkest twivo before thon Cincinnati where she interviewed an Friday. ouce, thou wilt iqvak twice eye specialist, getting much satisfac- ipeakest Private Fred Sutton who lias been tion from his verdict that her eyes tho better for It. William IVun. stationed at Chiilicothe, Ohio, is glad had improved rapidly. to be nt home again with his many Inquiries are being made concernfriends. ing the. whereabouts of Privute Sam Mesdames M, O. Kennedy, E. II. Halcomb, who lias been in France Ballard and J. C. Williams motored since September as his family have with Mrs. It. I. Burton to Danville on not heard from him for about three Wednesday afternoon. months. Alse Fadsral Interna Tax Bryan Ballard who has been at Miss Martha Washington Curtis PRICES VERY ATTRACTIVE Camp Wheeler Ga., having been in entertained a number of her friends WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE one of the hospital corps is with his at a birthday party Saturday afterCIRCULARS mother, Mrs. E. II. Ballard. noon. One of the pleasing features of this place, writes: "I ara a user o: Tuearorua in It was ono oi our lamur wcuicmra. Alsn in mv mother's home, when I was a child. When any of us child- ren complained or licaaacne, usuauj uiacK-uraugn- ...Uf.bV.U, uw. ... - a doso ot Safe Investments Tax Free Bonds The Rudolph Kleybolt Company 615 Union Central Kentucky County Bids, CINCINNATI, OHIO she gave us which would Often In tho rectify tho trouble. Bprlng, v:o would have malaria and chills, or troubles of this kind, wo pretty regwould tako Black-Draugular until tho liver acted well, and noon bo up and around we would again. M'o would not bo without It. for It certainly has saved us lots of doctor bills. Just a does of Black-Draugwhen not so well aares a lot ot days In bed." has been Thodford's mack-Draugtn use for mauy years in the treatment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles, and tho popularity which it now enjoys Is rroot of Us merit It your liver Is not doing Its duty, you will suffer from such dlsapee-abl-e aytnptoms as headache, bilious-ceeconstipation. Indigestion, ete., unless something 14 done, serloua and trouble may result. has been Tnedford's Black-Draugfound a valuable remedy for these vogttab e. and troubles. It Is purely way, acts In a prompt aud naturalproper regulating tha liver to " cleansing th bowels of functions and tonurWes. Tiy It. Insist ou The turd's, the original anJ goualao. U caused by constipation, Ii The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919. MAKKSBUKY Mrs.It. K. Speaks sold a cow nnt calf to Leo Tracy for $80. Miss I.ucy Evnns spent the week end with Miss Annie Blanks. Miss Ann Hlggins of I'nlnt Uck i the guest of Miss Kliznbeth Doty. Mrs. Kobert Clark nnd Miss Eugcn In I'ollard were on the sick lint n few days this week. Mrs. Albert Church nnd son l'latwood were guests of Mrs. It, K. Spcnks last Wednesday, Mr. Gnbc Huffman has rcturnei from Lexington where he has been visitinc his cousin, Mr. I.ou Huffman, Miss Mary Lou HulTman nnd bro thcr, of Lexington, spent last week with their nunt, Mrs. .Gcorec Huff. man. Mrs. K. K. Speaks is happy over the nrrival of lier brother, Kinnaird, to the States, nnd he will be nt home soon. Mrs. Mortc I'ollard was nppointe to succeed Mrs. Mahan ns president of the Home Department of S. S. The work fins fallen into splendid hands nnd success is still n&sured. Mrs. It. K, Speaks is known ns n BIG PRICE Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years ftff ther m tb allotted and ten," to look three cor crrr the 17 that ars (tone thought tally lit them over. od frwjuenllr at t?Tntr-onI find drifting ba"k a quarter t.f a centurjr, when I sea niraclf In the little drag ttore I owned t Itolltar, Mo, making and frilim a irrvtaMa roinponnd to my friendonlyand as wlm t wat then known fuitomeri HlwIIcfna for Stomach, ilter Dr. Kew mad Itowcl Complaint. For many yeir while lw perfecting wy lb tormnla I tadl d and laiAttf e and cathartlci on the market and their teraaio rotiT.nf(l that act on main fault the boweH. wa not that they did not bat that tlulr action waa too violent and the eyetem ot the ner; rtrattlr, ard nr.-waj duo to the fact that they were which aome not thoioafrli enough in their action, Intel-tine- i, imply acting on the upper or email while other would act only on the lower or large IntMtlnri, and that they produced a habit realmott InvariaM quiring augmented doati. I belleTed thit a preparation to produce the I'f't etTcct mutt tint tone the lirer, then act on the etomach and entire alimentary iraUm. If this wat accomplished, the medicine would produce a mild, but thorough elimination cf the watte without the uiuat elckenlng trnsatioiif, and make the titer feel better at once. After 'experimenting with hnndredi ofdifferent compounds, I at latt perfected themnn a (ormnia mat 11 now inuwu h, wbicn 1 xrwj pcueve goea lunner IT is characteristic of yr .ctlljrt1 R. E. McROBERTS, Faet Kn' Fc-x- y. Said tin- - fuc i ii. u r . : "One cf the principal differences bi tween the frugal woman ami the fat one Is that one trlc to reduce expenses and the other expanses." Removal. Kair.t From Glass. Ordinary irnrn .vlnl ammonia In a quite clllclent remover of paint, es pecially from glii.s . Apply-- with a cloth swab. WKl.'ii " nr 20 minutes mru-nethe paint will he that It may easily In? ru' ' - off with a putty- - J state. knife or n rorr fabric thrifty housewife nnd Rood mnnager on the farm. Last year she sold ovci $200. worth of milk nnd butter, alone, no account was kept of the tgg and other produce she sold. A. H. LEWIS MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, Ma One eveninc recently when Mr. and Mrs Moreland were entertaining com. Lancaster, Kentucky. nany their orient little son, whose eelids bcirnn to droop, cot out of the ' chair with n yawn, cxclaiminc, ticcr have been up this early before' Mrs. Courtney Uobcrts whose life was despaired of with is improving slowly. Her left Icr is in the attending n helpless condition, Assisting Heredity. disagree us to the cause. A man's ltillnc'K Intuition. ena- - phyjicians Hobs iiml portepllnn. and especially Her two sisters Mesdames Thomas his habits, are changed, lirfproved nnd tnd Wilscn arc at her bedndc. made to overcome hit hereditary ten The Ladies Working Society will dencies by the proper training of the meet with Mrs. Kdmond Sutton, next mucle. with the Impressions shot Wednesday nt 2 I. M. The Society Into the other tensen, mentally nnd phy!rnlly, liuprcs'liins of the correc- certainly has been fortunnte this sea tive, helpful. Improving sort, there I son, ami hungry appetites have been no reason In the world why the heredi- satisfied, when it meets from 'home' tary nature of certain weak or un Mlrs Susun K. Sutton served 'good stable Individuals cannot he aided nnd eats' last Wednesday to the society. lifted out of their" possibly unhappy The absentees are missing something. two new members were received and doe more than any laxattre on the ot market today. The thousand I wa letters riiht, from mora haTB cont inced me a and that the user ot Nanr' Reiy family medicine, ef en though ho may hare ftart, neter has u.M It for twenty-fle- e to Increaw the dot. My knowledge cf medicine and the results cf Itt ue In my own family and amen my friend, before I eTer offered It for pale, ranted me t bate great faith to Nihn'i fttsistfy from the Ttry firit. And now a I find mytelf nearlng the age when I mutt how to the IneTltatle and e to another life, my gratet pleasure Isia eac:i tit each day and read the letter that older mall bring from peoplo a old or than 1, who tell of hating tiied Natsrt't ten, fifteen and twenty tarr. RtmaaV for ml how they and their children and grandchildren bate been bane fitted by It. It la a conwjllng thought, my friend, for a man at my age to feel that alde from hi own anccesa, one haa done something tifac-tioly greatet for hi Mlow man. my greatett harplnts today, la the knowledge that tonight more than one million ieople will take a Rrtn'i flemttfy (Nit Tablet) and will be better, healthier, happier peorl lor It. 1 hope )OU will be one of them. HOUSE car The Madison House Appreciates your patronage and wants to sell the remainder of your crop. We still hold the recopds for HIGHEST COMPLETE AVR,avr GENERAL floor for the season by nearly 2cts per pound. Some of todays sales: E. P. Jones 1045 lbs., avr $78.32 Ray 6 Wagers 1765 lbs., avr $59.61. B. A. Moberly 1055 lbs., avr $04.85 Jenkins 5 Newby 2185 lbs, avr. $57.88 BASKET, CROP AVERAGE, High Basket Today, Market higher than ever. $2.25 per Pound. Yours for Dollars. Rush your Tobacco In. MADISON RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. SALE 'TfreKxrcnm GBIflET3 OF thre At titliitibora with motes . In llielr t9 consistent nnd nnt rrltlrlss. tlicra h many afflicted with Haws. ell ltut let's not Judge them, because True GUNN'S CHAPEL. Many Like This In Lancaster. Similar Cnse Being Published In Each Issue. The following; rate it one of many occuring daily In Lancaster. It is an easy matter to verify IU You cnn not nsk for better proof. - W, C. Davis, tailor, Public Square, Ijincnstcr, says: "Some time ago my I kidneys were In bad condition. suifered with pains ncrons my back and through my loins. My kidneys were Irregular in action nnd I had to get up many times at night to pass I hnd considerable the secretions. stooping over to do und 1 became, easily tired and languid. Doan's Kidney Tills brought relief and I think they arc n fine kidney medicine." (Statement given April 22. 1912). AGAIN PIUISKS DOAN'S. On November 17, 191C, Mr. Davis said: "I am always glad to say a good word for Doan's Kidney Pills. When I have symptoms of kidney trouble, Doan's Kidney Pills are turt to give me relief." Price COr, nt all dealers. Don't simply ask for a, kidney rcmedy-g- ct Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Davis had. Foster-Mllbur- n Co., Mfgrs., Ilulfalo. N. V. 89 Mote It De. SujMli the ApiiHlle nf Horsrscnse oi I'otutii lllll, Kim- - In his latest exposl-tfni"I, too, believe In human brotherhood i but a good nmny of tho broth-rrmint be H,lkeinrn, nnd do theli duty without feur or favor." Itocky Mountain News. It's True im Vmi wmi 2 tecauss. anri ihUM aim i nmu IMPLEMENTS GOOD THIHQ'S FOR THE TABLE. Having sold my farm, I will sell at public auction on THURSDAY, MARCH 13th, 19 at my farm adjoining J. B. Rubles, two miles North of Buena Vista, begin ning promptly at Ten o clock sell the following personalty: LIVE STOCK. One six year old work mare; One good mare in foal to Jack; One good mare in foal to Percheron Horse; One four year old work horsey One three year old work mule; Two coming two year old horse mules; Two mare , mules, coming two years old. . , two year old steers; six two year old heifers; Two CATTLE good milk cows with calves by side. HOGSt-Twen- ty shoats, weight about 40 pounds each; Twenty41vo shoats weight about 100 pounds; shoats weight 60 pounds; Thirty-fiv- e Twenty shoats weight about 125 pounds; Six good brood sows: FARMING IMPLEMENTS. One good steel roller; One good cutting harrow; One cultivator; One turning plow; One double shovel; One buggy and harness; One new hay frame; One new slide; One wheat drill; One good marker; Twenty five barrels of number one seed corn. This corn I have raised a number of years and know it to be a heavy yielder Will be . sold- - in for lots to suit purchaser. One hundred and fifty bushels of sweet potatoes. A lot of Flemish, Belgium and Dutch rabbits. TERMS, CREDIT OF FOUR MONTHS. Six It will tio.rcnr". nrol perlmpi Ioncir. before wc will feel tlie freeiliim uf the "lil ilnjn In ri'kitnl to fiHidH of tii r mis ItliuK We. haw lenrneil tn we much Unit thought liullenn!le -- 5t ti tcli Inn imiren n hut feel lietter, work hot-Ij- fl R. P. Ison Capt. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. BUENA VISTA, KENTUCKY. the "nrert'iitlni; huhlt." I'liiln fuoOa, well ktvimI mill not too Krent n a rlrty at unjr men I. Is the ortler of the lit-- . Chill Con Carnc. ThU 1IM1 uwy he cn-emnilo with lienn. ilrlril or ciinneil. Cinmd kidney henn are (pccliill' kimhI. Take n pint of henrnt without the liquid. Cut one pound of round tenk In Ktrlpt nn Inch loni; iiml h Inch wide. Let hrown In n frying pan. Skim out the inent, mid onions cut to the fnt Iwo fnlr-nliolino and cooked until yellow. Add n ran of toiuatoeH nnd heat tn the lioll-In- s point J add flie beans, a teaspoon-fil- l of suit and half n teaspoonful or over the meat. pnprlkii and Simmer ecntly In an earthen dlsli or casserole. Slmiiicr gently threu hours. Twenty minutes before sen Ins, nfld one-hao green pepper cut In fchreds nd more call und pepper If needed. In n dish with n border of Servo boiled rice or of mashed potato. Poultry With Vegetables. Dredge a fowl with ryo or out Hour, put four tnblcspoonfuls of fat In a roaster, set In the fowl, caver nnd cook, turning often to sea that It browns evenly. When well browned add n cupful of boiling water and tlx parboiled onions; cover and rook, adding more water If needed. Turn tho chicken several times and when It Is nearly tender add n cauliflower, broken In flowerets, and two or threo carrots cut In cubes. Cook until the vegetables are tender. Servo tho fowl tn the cen ter ot u platter with the vegetables around It. Make n travy from the broth In tho pan. Cider Apple Sauce. Cook quartered tweet apples In thick boiled cider until tender. The addition of sugar will not be necessary If the apples are very trr. anil will live luneer iicrnu'e or the enmc tip iur Mr. Krunk Land told n mule to Mr. Kd Nnylor. Mrs. Josephine Dalley hat even on the tick list. The infant sun ef Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land, is ill. Mr. J. M. Amon wnt In Louisville on bujlness, recently. Mr. John sold a cuiv to Mr. Koy .Sander nt liucVrye. Mr. 11. M. Kurtz purchased a small tract of land of Mr. John Ijind. lust . week. .Mr. lioli .Noel or was here with relatives a part of latt week. Mrs. H.M Kurtz and ehldren were K'uesU of Metdames W. U. Itay nnd J. M. Amon on Tuesday, Mesdnmva W. U. liny nnd J. M. Amon wero guests of Mrs. I'rintus Walker In Ijincaitcr, Monday. The regular tireachlnir tervirea will be conducted nt the M. K. Church on .Saturday evening and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ilughey Moberley and little daughter, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater Mr. John Land, Misses Iva and Lciinn Hollon were guests of Mr. Kd Nnylor and family on Lexington pike bumlay night. Misses Alleno nnd Viola McCullcy and Masters Jesse nnd Clayne McCul-lewere guests of Miss Gladys nnd Master Noel McCulley Sunday. Messrs Hob Noel nnd John Land, Misses Iva and Lcnnu Hollon were guests,of Sir. nnd Mrs. Thompson Davjs und the Misses Davis Sunday. Draw A Check fur the nionuy yonove and note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the' Garrard Bank & rd Trust Go They know he Is doing Lusiness In a business like way. Hetter open such tn account even It jour sITalrs are not large. They will grow all right. . sweet The Garrard Bank & Trust JCompany The Central Record. Lancaster, Y. Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919. SUGAR BEET SEED W. C. A. Industrial Courses in Buenos Aires .n. jrx ... ?. " Public Sale - i50 150Head -- The estimated production of sugar beet seed grown by beet sugnr manufacturers nnd sugar-begrowers associated with them for 1018 la approximately 0,000,000 pounds. This estimated production Is from 0,011 ncrcs reported In Iho seed survey of July 1, 1918. In addition there arc several hundred ncrcs of sugar beet seed grown by Independent growers which nrn not Included In this report. FARMING IN ALASKA IS NOW PROFITABLE Experiment OF- Mm Stations Developing Important Feed Crops. . An American Y. W. C. A. secretary teaching South American glrle who hava been forced Into induitry during tha war to become laundreasea. WOMEN'S COUNCIL MEETS Eighty n DOMESTIC SERVICE PLANNED Horses and Mules -- Strawberries Can De Crown Successfully and Made to Bear Fruit Where Season Is Short Pota-toe- s Are Big Money Crop. IN PARIS WomA. COURSES ON- trrtpared by the French en Guests ol Y. W. C. (or Opening Session. Tarls Yrh. 2. Trained Home-MakIs to Have an Eight Hour Day and Standard Minimum Wage. Courses for training homo nlt-ante- , who will go Into the homo by the day, hour or week and work on a schedule of hour nml filed wages, hne been Inaugurated by tha Young Women's Chrlfttlnu Association as u menus for meeting tho problem of f Saturday, MARCH 1st by-bi- 9 The object of this course, now being tried out In New York City, Is to place ilomcMIe sen Ice on Iho same dignified busts as clerical work, trained miming or other professions oieri to women. The homo nvdvlnnt will work eight hours n day for n salary of $15 n week. She Mill not Ihc In "tho hnmn of her emplojer or take her menls there. She will hno nn hour for luncheon, when she can go to a reitnurnnt or eat a lunch which tho tins brought with her Just ns she would nero she employed In n fnrtory. The rmplAjcr will not n.ddrvs4 the Iioiho worker by her tlrst nnme. She will Ik- - Ml Smith or Mrs. llrown, n the cno may be, Appllrnnts for Iho onursn aro carefully selected, nml registrants aro appearing In largo numbers. Willi the snmo lndeendenco ns to recreation hours, places of eating nml living as ftio factory girl, hntuc-wor- k hs a grenter appeal, ns being a less monotonous mid more Interesting work to the nerngo woman. The course Is n thorough one In plain ialtlng on table and door, chambir work, plain sewing, rare of children, making of menus and the unfiling nnd Ironing of light things. Henry work Is to bo dene by outside workers. On grmluntlon the student receives a certificate which proves her quatltlratlon ns n drprndnMe home worker cnpnlde of attending to all ordinary duties In a home. The Young Women's Christian Aso-rlatlo- n has been lntereled In tho problem of domestic sen Ice both frnhi the slanilMilni of Iho employee and from thn of tho employer for some jenrs. The first commission on Household Kinplo)uient mndo Its report nt the nt lit national convention nf tho Young Women's Christian Association held In Ijnn Angeles, Cut, lu May, 101.1, The dlmvultlo of attracting cnpnble W, C. A. PROMOTES Y. noincii In this field nf work were laid In the long hour', Inck of Independence WORLD FELLOWSHIP In nrninglng recreation hours, lack of opiHirlunltle for growth nml progress nnd luck of social standing. Clrls hne ucn,ulred a dlstnsto for Will Send Industrial Commission Iho conditions which govern household to Meet Foreign Labor work since Iho freedom they hne experienced In" working In munition facLeaders. tories. Ily standardizing domestic service It Is belleel by the Young WoTho War Work Council of the Young Wnmen'a Clirlitlnn Aaor!ntlon men's Christian Association that a higher tjiie of worker' may bo atplana to arm) an Inilualrlal romiiilailoii tracted to the necessary work In homes. of women In Kiigluml, Prunco nml Itnly In April to meet prominent lubor leml-er- a Tho American Y. W, G. A. has openof tlio couulrlea wllli n lev In proiuntluK world fellowtlilp among wo- - i ed n Hostess House In (lermnny, which I will seno as n residence man. house und The rnininlaslon will he made up of portal center for Amerlrnn women wnr ' workers who have ndrnnred to do canMra. Ilayinonil llohlilna, repret-enilin- ; the Nutlonal Women'a Trade L'tilou teen, Ited Cross nnd Signal Corps work IOBk-u- e of Aifii'rlcn; Mra. Irene vfi-- ' wllh the Army ef.Occupntlon. Ciml Amlrawa, Amerlrnn AnHOClntlon . i; for Mla (Irnre Drake, Nnllonnl Conaumera' IeiiKUe; WOMEN BEGIN Y. W. C. A. Mra. Jnnuj H, Cusliman, cliulrnmii of FOREIGN TRADE COURSES iho War Work Council of the Young Women'a Christian Aasocliilloii ; MU riorrnco Slmma, Mlsi Murlo Wing unci Courses In New York City Prepare Mlaa Iuiogrne II, Ireland, aecrelnry to Girls for South Ameritho coniinlnsfon, nil of tho V, V. C A, can Jobs. and Mlaa Mar- - Ollaon, an authority on ruiployment management. Mlaa Florence Klniina aaya In reSensing a sudden rail to Joba for gard to tha roinmlulon: "riie war Amerlrnn women In South America, upon u beurlug tho Now York City Y, W. 0. A. haa has forced tho of Intrruntlonul relntloiiklilpa In nil opened I'orelgn Trade courses. Includthings, anil our tqucli with women In ing classes In shipping, filing orders, other countries has made ua Include In trade acceptances, tariff, consular Inour International thinking tho Indus- voices, documents. Insurance, malt ortrial life of women. Tim war haa der trade and other lines of Internawrought so many chnngei In this Hint tional work hitherto left mostly to It seems a timely thing that women In- men. Theso classes are designed to terested In tho larger life of our wo- meet afltr-wa- r needs. men workers should take counsel toSouth America Is receiving particugether and express their Interest with lar attention as Ilia Y. W. A. Is Inthe hope that certain minimum standformed of new Jobs that are opening ards which seem easeutlal In health In tho southern countries. Many girls and welfare among women may be In New York who combine a desire to ", agreed upon and obtained. see Die world with a crating fur finanOur War Work Council Is Rending cial Independence aro registering with abroad this women's commission from the expectation of going thero to get organisations In America directly con- positions when their courses In trulo-locerned with tho welfare sud largest are completed. IU of Industrial women." Klghtj of the most prominent women In Franco who ore Interested In nil women's problems attended tlio tint meeting of tlm Provisional Council t the American Vnune Women's Chrlstlnn Asmtfnllon. held at I'nrls heiibpuirtors, 8 l'lnrc ISriou-nrVII, Jan. II r. Itohcrt I.nnlng, wife of the lm la flrt of Klnte. of tin-- rounrll, presided, s all ctloiib In French, a of lh- - members represent French associations with whom the V. W. f A. lufs been All women In Frnnru nre looking fur anl to tho finding of the iii.iucll a of trrmondotis Imjiortnnre not only to women In France, but nil oer tlm world. The HirMto of rounrll l to collect nml make available Information about condition mi! needs of wi men, to become acquainted with wlio nrn Identified with different klnila of work ami In develop n few typlrnl Illustrations which wjll set atnnd.inl for future permanent work. Following nr tho societies represented: I'nlon I'lirotleniio ilea Jeun Flllcs, Stuili-n- t Movement, Foyer des Alllrrs, Amies do In Jeiine I'llli', Coiinrll of Women. Among Undelegate were Mine. Jules rilegfrled, Mine. Avrll ilo St Croli, Hanuics Wntlo Illo, Countess I'ourtiibyi nml Mine. Waldegrnto of lmilon, Mi-a- . William 0. Sharp, wlff of the ambassador to France, I honorary chairman of Hid rounrll nml Mr. Frnh-cl- i McNeil lliui.n provident pm tern. Miss Cliarlotlu Nlvon, director of V. W. C. A. work In Iluly, la secretary. IVpiirtmcntnl nml prnvlminl cniupa will holil meetings weekly In ilNius local problems, the entire rounrll meeting al tli rml nf each moiilli. In April, nt tho. last meeting, each eroiip will decide linvr tho luformntlMi nml experience ma) b used most cffectlwiy In tin- - future. Delegate ."fo Kuoota nt tho I Intel IVIrorrnil. the V. W, C. A. lloatraa House lu I'nrla. :. sen loo. ATIO O'CLOCK, At Reynolds BrosrStable on Elizabeth Streeff Nicholasville, Ky., d 75 head of On the above date I will sell without reserve or young Draft mares weighing from 1100 to 1500 and from 3 to (J years old; SO head of mules all young and sound and the farmers kind; 20 head of general purpose horses and mares, the real good kind; 20 head of saddle and driving horses and mares some of them have good records. This sale will be held regardless of the weather, rain or shine and every thing will be sold without reserve or This is the best lot of horses and mares I have ever had sold under the hammer. You will have to see the stock to appreciate them. by-bi- d. United mates Department of Agriculture.) Many American! think of Alaska as a land of perpetual snow, comparable with "Orcenland's Jcy mountains," nnd from nn agricultural standpoint of little value. Hut tho United Stntes department of agriculture Is demonstrating, through the agricultural experiment stations In Alnska, that mnny crops can ho successfully nnd profitably grown In the territory. Uardy hybrid Mrnn berries, developed nt the Sitka (Alaska) ngrlcultu-rn- l experiment stntlon, can be grown niccesstully nnd mndo to bear fruit where the growing tenson Is shorf. i iswSji.tiai-f- Cutting Grain for Hay on the Tanana Bottoms, Alaska, Several thousand plants resulting from crosses are now under observation nt At the experiment stathe station. tion at Fairbanks, last year. In spite of unfavorable weather conditions a rolil spring followed by severe drought more than 1,200 bushels of sprlnp wheat, oats, nnd barley were proAverage yields of over 1. duced. bushels an aero were obtained fot spring wheat, tho seed for which wnt obtained In' 1014 from a Siberian exOther varieties periment stntlon. yielded from 12 to 15 bushels nn acre, nnd yields of from .IS to 40 bnhelt of oats nn acre nro reported. SIot of theo grains wero from pedigree strains developed from tho Itnmparl station. In nn nttempt to grow leguminous plants for forage or green manure. It has been found nt the Fairbanks sM' tbm thnt red clover, which winterkills, badly, can bo grown successfully ns nn nnnual crop when seeded early In May. Potatoes arc tho principal mnnej crop of the Tnnnna valley. Yields ol 02 to 1C2 bushels nn acre were produced nt the experiment station. Tho stations at Fairbanks anil Rnm part are giving special attention to the production of lmiovcil seed for Ala knn use. In addition to grains, seeC of pens, turnips and other crops were grown In considerable quantity foi UHS pluntlng. VALUE OF SHUCK COVERING ' Floyd Reynolds. -- Lyne and Robinson, Real Estate Agts. and Auctioneers, Nicholasville Ky, JL JO. C3 1C3 -- fl cryr SiSs ss3 Mom RICHMOND, o use $47.00 - By Improving Protection Ear Damage In Any Section Can Be Consider- ably Reduced. (rrepared by the United State. Depart' ment of Agriculture.) Of all the ears of corn produced In tho United States each year, comparatively few entirely escape damage. Most of them lose ontv n few kernels because of cutworms or other Insects or are more or less reduced In vnlue ; by molds or discoloration. This dam- nge Is usually passed without concern, ' but when It Is considered that a loss of only one kernel per ear amounts to ' un annunl loss for tho Unjted Stntes of nt least 5,000,000 bushels and that ! this amount must be multiplied sev- oral times to represent tho total an- -' ....... . .......... . iiutll iu it iuituuji'b upjiurviil linn these losses are worthy of attention. It seems that by Improving the shuck protection ear damage In any section can bo considerably reduced, but such protection can bo made of the greatest value In sections Infested with weevils. CROP On KENTUCKY. Thursday, our Floor Averaged , V If it can be beat, we'll do it. , .. I 9 Stick With. CONDITIONS FOR 1918 a I"- - THE - June 1 Higher Point Was Reached Than During the Preceding Seven Years. United House I ment of Agriculture.) Tho composite condition of all crops reached 102.0 per cent of a normal productloa June 1, 1018, a higher point than was reached at that date during the preceding seven years, but coutlnu-ou- a declines followed to fU per cent for September 1, after which date) thero was Improvement to 07.0 per cent tor November 1. nnd this composite condition was exceeded In five ' of the preceding eight jrcaw, (rrejiirea by the Statu Depart- The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919, FOR ADVANCED SPRING WEAR I Why Direct is the most Advanced Engineering Practice - for Automobile Engines Air-Cooli- ng -- Y. W. G. A. OPENS WORKIN ITALY Tea and Club Rooms Opened for American Women. MUl Charlotte Nlven, Director of Italian Work, Prepares for Influ of American Woman Studtnts. Ilnljr la now Included In the war work of the American V. W. (3. A. Mls Mntirl Warner of Rnllno, Knn., anil Chicago left I'at! n few ilnya ogn for Home, where alio will le In charge of n HosteM llouao for American girl' by the American lied employed tlit-rCross, tlio Kmbiissy ninl lh new Commission. MIm Worner linn been director of the V. V. C A. Hostess House at ltrcst, franco. MIm Wnrner will open n ten room and cluli rooms where the American clal times. women run gaiher for Home la hnrliortng a refuse imputation of ntiout 40,01)1) kimI accommodations nre ilinicnlt lo Unit. The work In Home wns started n a direct result of tlio npenl of Miss Chorlottn Nlven, one of the National V W I'. A. secretaries of Italy, who I' sjicnillng a few month In France n niltlsor In the I'rench work. Nlrrn'n dream of V W. ('. A. work In Italy Incluile the maintenance women, of n resilience for who, alio feels, will ruiiie to Hut) In great numbers after the war to study music noil art, "I believe at till time aiirh ft project In pnrtlrtilurljr mmrtant tiecttme tinmen from other countries should he enmuraged t" come to Italy to replace women ' Ihe great numhera of who Hooded Italy In the past, mnuy of them iKilir agents of their pit eminent." Ml" Nlten aatil In discussing tier plana. MIm Nlten lin' asked the American T. W. C. A. to ahl the Italian Assocta-tln- n In establishing n center, perhaps at (ienoa. with two American secretaries, with physical nnil recreational training, to act aa a training achool for Italian women. In connection with It tier plan wnuhl Include a Molten Houo for girl panting through the rlty or employed there. Such a center would become eventualy the" center for all Y W. O. A. work In Italy, both Italian and foreign. In her formal appeal for help for the I'lilon Crlstlnna Delta Olotanl (the Italian name for Young Women"' Christian Association) Miss Nlten ha'( emphnilreil two facta, the porerty of the Italian Association on the on tinnil and Ihe heeil and opportunity on the other for an American program In Italy at the present time, MIm Nlten"' favorite way of Illustrating the friendliness of the Italian woman to America la hy telling the atory of the Italian mother who said ahe hail taken down the picture of the Madonna which had hunt for many year oter her lwd ml waa putting In lt place one of I'restdent Wilson. "In our work In the I'nlone wa have lacked trained leadership aa well aa the material rcmurces to give audi training. We have hod no mean' to buy modern equipment, Consequently we have not the visible resulla of American and Ilrltl'h work. "Keehle aa our work may be. It la not uselesa. Many girls In nit parts of Italy have told ua how much the I'nlone meant In their 1'vca. Italian girls nre touchlngly grateful for tlio smallest efforta. They respond eagarly to friendliness. "There Is no other agency doing In Italy what the -- ssoclatlon la trying to do." Mis' Nlven has spent the past seven years In work with the Ilullun women, atartlng as director nf n hostel, or hoarding home for Itallnn women at Florence, Sho Is nn Amerl-cu- u from New York, where alio wua onetime head of the Christudora Settlement House, Does away with the 177 water-coolin- g parts (plumbing, fan, radiator, pump, and all connections found in all water-coole- d cars. 1. Makes the car safe to use all the year round. 10. There is nothing to freeze, or boil, or leak or clog. -- 11. The engine does not "run hot" or overheat under extra hard work, like going through sand or mud or up long hills. 3. There is nothing shake loose. to wear or 12. Engine will run indefinitely with the car low gear. 13. Does not'use the cooling medium over and over again. The air is ever fresh. 4. Eliminates dead weight of com- plicated cooling water itself. machinery and efficient; turns more of the gasoline into power Always ready to operate.. Does not have to be filled up or oiled. G. An attractive blue duvetyn trotteur costume with chenille embroidered vett and sleeve of henna crepe. 5. The engine is more l'l. Makes it safe to leave the car standing in winter, same as in summer. No danger from unheated garage. 15. Rigid frame not necessary, there being no delicate radiator to protect. The whole car is made flex- M' no BLACK AND WHITE REVIVED Requires no care; no draining, mixtures, no temperature gauges. 7. anti-freezing ible and easy. Magpie Combination Part of New Craze for Bright Colors French Blue Is Popular. The revived interest In the black anil white or magpie combination is really part of this new craze for bright colors, for ns far as the effect is concerned black1 and white In combination has nothing to do cither with all black or oil white, and It Is sure to come to the foreground only In seasons w hen women of fashion go in fCT bright, high colors. During the war little of It was seen. It was too vivid, too striking, too gay. Hut with the new Interest In bright hues it has come to Its own and is bound to be seen In many of the new frocks and may And acceptance in Home of the mldseason millinery. Because of the sentiment connected with French blue nnd the actual fact that It Is very becoming to most women, the dressmakers are bringing out nccefcsorlei In this color. There nre French blue handkerchiefs, slippers nnd stockings; there are blouses of It made of handkerchief linen; and one of the foremost designers of tailored suits In the country uses Trench blue blouses frilled from neck to waist under suits of covert cloth. BORROWED FROM RUSSIAN c, Operates equally well in hot or cold, wet or dry climates; in high altitudes or low altitudes. S. 16. System remains uniformly efficient; no wear to affect its efficiency, no boiler scale deposit to cause heating up. Always the same, no matter how long the car has been run. 17. It is the only practical way to eliminate cooling troubles. J. Not dependent on the forward rush of the car for air currents. Some Unusual Records Made Pos sible Only bj Franklin Direct Air-Cooli- ng. National Run, 100 Miles on Low Gear On September 24, 1914, 116 stock Franklin cars, in different parts of the country, each ran 100 miles in low gear, in ten hours' time, without stopping the engine. Efficiency Records of the Franklin Direct Air'Cooled Engine. In the National Economy Test May 1, 1914, 94 stock Franklin cars, in all parts of the country, averaged 32.8 miles on a single gallon of gasoline. On May 1," 1915, 137 Franklin Cars, in all parts of the country, averaged 32.1 miles on a single gallon of gasoline, under the rules of the National Efficiency Test. In the National Efficiency Demonstration of July 13, 1917, 179 stock Franklin Cars, in all parts of the country, averaged 40.3 miles ona New York To Chicago Oil Test. Between November 17 and November 20, 1915, a stock Frankliif Sedan ran 1,046 miles on one gallon of lubricating oil, from New York to Chicago. Table Linen Designs Showing but Pleasing, Popular In Needlework World. a - A vogue for table linen showing the but wholly pleasing, designs used by Itusslan peasants is making Itself felt In the needlework world. The stitches are simple In the extreme, something like our own attractive but outlining squares, triangles, etc. They are used for conventional borders and small patterns which resemble woven figured material. As for the color, It is usually a monotone, a dark red, for Instance, or a blue, wiilte the background Is a loose-weav- e linen. Often they nre worked with a punched-worbackground done Willi u thread to match the linen. A little black worked In with cither the red or Ihe blue is pleasing but not quite so true to the original Russian kcheme. Often a dark green is combined with the red. The edges of the pieces are hemmed and a buttonhole stitch taken over the entire hem. . From the Poles to. the Equator Franklin cars are in daily service in the cold of Alaska, in the arid lands of the Imperial Valley, and in the tropics of the Indian Empire, Japan, and Africa. 860 Miles on Low Gear, Walla Walla To San Francisco. Between August 1 and August 4, 1915, a stock Franklin Car ran in low gear from Walla Walla, Wash., to San Francisco, Cal., 860 miles, in 83 hours and forty minutes, without stopping the engine. The route lay through the John Day River Gorges and Harney Desert in Oregon, the Siskiyou Mountains and Burney Pass in California. High and intermediate gears were removed from the transmission before the start, and the transmission was sealed. This seal was officially examined in San Francisco and found to be intact. WOMEN LEARNING MASSAGE. Oermantown Y. W, C. A. Trains Woman for Reconstruction Work Among Soldiers. Educational courses to prepare women as aides In tlio rehabilitation of wounded soldiers hnvo been opened at the (lermantown, Pa., Young Woiueu'a Christian Association. A reconstruction massaga course, lectures In anatomy, phjelology, muscle work and remedial movement mas-aagtheory and practice, elect rotlier-ap- y and hydrotherapy are given by doctors anil nurses, who also supervise practical work at th Y. V. C. A. and at hospitals. Tlio courses are rec- Offliln-i- NEW SLIPS OF SILVER CLOTH Popular Garment, Very Decollete and Sleeveless, Kept on by Faith and Tiny Ribbon. Some new slips to be worn In these pettlcoatiebs times are made of sliver cloth, very decollete, and sleeveless, of coune. Faith, hope and a tiny narrow ribbon across the shoulders keep them In place. Anyway, they are distinctly desirable, as they fall from the khoul-der- s to the knee and serve as camisole and petticoat, too. One of black shadow lace will bo welcomed for wear with the fashionable black evening gown, and ono of real Brussels lace Is charming for a white dancing frock or for a bride. Until the laundry situation returns to normal, too cotton crepe undergarment will enjoy deserved popularity, A camisole and a robe de nult of white cotton crepe make a useful and attractive act Just at the front of the yoke of cadi Is appllqued a pink satin rose, NeHfcer garment has sleeves and both . single gallon of gasoline. The Franklin has won every prominent official economy-te- st ever conducted, and continued to win so long as official tests were run. ed In the New York City Central Drench Y. W. C. A., where a specialty la niada of bniiliinaklnj with a view to training women aa teachers for reconstruction hospitals. Tba Canadian Y. W. (1 A. has m. calved, penulaaton to place a Y. W. a. secretary on every ship leaving England with 200 or mora women and children on the passenger Hat The secretary fulfills the same function for tlio women as the Y. M. Q. A. secretary has for men on transports. She plans entertainments and recreation for women nd children and I a friend to whom they may com It they are u distress. similar courses have also been l tiv IIia tfurviwtn ,.1 open- FEANKLIN .MOTOR (INCORPORATED) CAE CO. a 376 fi. Main Street. Lexington, Kentucky. tan Miottd bottldtn. The Central Record, Lancaster, .Tim Hnrvc Ilnlston Is at home for CARTERSVILLE. n few days visit. Mae Itobinson nnd clilMren Mr. Frank Kolcy was n visitor In visited Mr. nml Mrs. K. I', llrynnt lint LouUvillc tho past week. Sunday. Miss Knto F.ly and Mrs. 0. W. Mrs. Walker Bryant who lias been Conn were In Richmond, Friday. very ill with pneumontn la able to be Mt. Tabor Sunday School has been out again. reorganized again with 7fl cnrolleil. Mm. K. J. Itobinson nml (laughter, d Mr. raid Mrs. W. O. Andcraon Susie, visited her mother, Mrs. J. T, his sister, Mrs. Ollic llolnn Allen Inst Sumlny. Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919. JANET'S BEAU By AUGUSTA 1 Mr. LEWIS. Ntws-p.I- (Copyrltht, II U, by tlx Mcliur. Syndicate ) r WRIGLE Mr. nml Mrs. Thotnns llallard anil baby vUlteil his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence llallnnl recently. Mr. Lewis Stewart anil Mr. Jeff Davis visited frlcmls of near llrod-hea- d Inst Wednesday night. t.lcut. Lewis Steward of Camp Beauregard Loulsana, Is visiting his aunt, Mrc Susie Ilcnfro this week. Mrs. JcIT Davis is the earliest one In the chicken In our neighborhood line. She has sixteen small chicks. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Davis of Madison County, were the pleasant guest "of Mr. and Mrs. JelT Davis Inst Sun. day. Mr. and Mrs. V. U I'ennlngton and children visited her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. S. ltoop Inst Saturday and Sunday. Mls-r- s Martha and Mary llrynnt were the attractive guests of their grand-motheMrs. Elita Conn, at the week end Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlto attend-- , ei the Auto bhow In Louisville last week, Nolie Ledford continues quite 111 at the home of his sister, Mrs. I. II. Shepherd. I Miss Sadie Rnlston of (Jrorgctown College spent tho week end with the i homefolks. .Mr. and Mrs. (icorgo Todd nnd) family visited Mr. nml Airs. tico. I (...!-.- . T. CHUM .. OUIII1II, I HJf, WM H "tho Miss Lucille Vcngcr of Richmond Normnl was the week end ucst ofi l of Uncle Ben RlchardSon. Mrs. Adelia Woods has returned to her home at Stanford nfter a visit to her sister, Mrs. II. I. Wallnce. I Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Itiddell the burial of hi cousin, James ' itiddell, in Richmond Monday. FAINT LICK 0. C. Ilucker spent Friday night ami Saturday with his mother, Mrs. L Itobcrt Ledfird Jr., hus measles. C. Itttcker. "Pig" is always n welMrs. It. 0. Woods Is able to go come visitor in Paint Lick. about the house. There will be preaching at the Christian Church Sunday morning ' and evcilng, there is also Sunday' School every Sunday nt 10 A. M. Mr. Frnnk Foley tins moved to the FMhii vnrnti! Iiv Mr Mnitrini Tlnr. ' c understand .nr. roiey nas ion. afiV 1 M bought an interest In the Paint Lick (iaragc. School opened Monday nil learners Mil Wl V will give two months with privilege of MANUFACTURER I AND DEALER IN two months subscription School, except the High school, it still has about six weeks or two months before the .'27 Cstt Jefferson Street term Is ended, but the teachers have LOUISVILLE. KY. agreed to extend it to four months. moed siiiH mt. and .urs. .Maurice iiurion nnvoj to their homo recently nought j f..r f .. . i ' i ( ;9 M mmm iioutaenhiroutueit. Mr FUNK wHARNESS r Br in - - - TO THE - - - TOBACCO LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD STREET. "Do you tupiinse he'll ask her to--, night, Mnldlel" piped up Lnurn from her seat near the window. Maldle only laughed nml answered! '.Mnj lie, with the surprle Aunt Jnnet's limning." We both clamored around her nnd tiled to learn what tliv surprise wn. 1 tit t ns slio refused tip tell us we left the rrHUu rntlier sulkily. It was llieu I .mi r a told me of Aunt Janet's beau 1M Saunders, escorted her to tin itlugs on Tuesday, wnlked liutiie with her kind ft oiu hurt Is on Sunday, and literally tint ci riled her nround s till lilin the rest of the Meek Willi n most dominant air of proprietorship. "this state of affairs," snld Laura, "" "bus been going on for about seven flutfy,tenders cakes, biscuits aml""THBp ytars and yet I'd had never asked Aunt Jnne to marry hliii.and the family lire doughnuts that just keen vou (.lancinc aiiiS getting rather Impatient." I knew there were mnny wild specu I 'round the pantry latlons as to the reason for IM's attl all made with AB tude toward Aunt Janet, hut I.iurn version (nine nearer being right than CALUMET any. BAKINQ POWDER "Kd was too sure of Aunt Janet the safest, I'uint, moil MmK chirped she. "All he needed was I economical kind. Try Jolt to tnke him out of the masterful It diWeawaybake-dammW nlr he paraded when with Aunt Janet.' failures. Von sst "hen you bur it Qil I I could control my curlolty no long PJIV er, to I turned to Laura. IfcTrj "What do you supie the surprise! flfsm Isl This morning " I didu t finish for shrieks of lnughtcr were coming In torrents from the room atone (Aunt Jnnet's) nnd I could distinguish Maid le's shrill voice saying: "Hut where did Jon get it, Autit Janit, It's really too " And again she wint off Into gales. Laura and I needed no urging. With one bound we had made the top of the stairs, and fairly Hung ourselves Into Aunt Janet's room. There, doubled up on the floor, snt Maldle rocking In paroxysms of laughter, and mother with her face working spasmodically tried to keep back the smile which hov ered round her llp, but finally hurst out In n howl of Inughter. And Aunt Janet we took one look nnd collnped, Standing In the center of the room with n very grim expression she stood, wearing In place of her somber black bow a gorgusly-coloreand highly-ornat- e orange one of Haunting length, embroidered with black beads and set nt u most rakish angle. wh-y- ,' "Why, Aunt Janet, stammered Laura nnd I between gasps "Kd's coming tonight, ou know,' said Aunt Janet, "and when ho sees my new bow " We turned and lied. The sight of Aunt Janet standing there as demurely the bow would permit was too much for our tender young minds. Then we planned the performance for the eve ning. I was delegated to watch for Kd Saunders on the porch and tell the girls when he turned In at the gate I hud been out oil the porch a few minutes when I saw him coming up the walk to the house. There hauVhecu loud voices echoing fiom tho living room before, but now they seemed to pound forth, nnd amid gales of mirth I could hear the words: "Aunt Janet's new how. I lu'x sure to take notice. I wonder how she found" And then the voices trailed oft Into IndlMlngulsh able sounds; nnd 1M heard as much of this ns I had. Just as I started to bolt, he came up to me nnd grasped me by the arm. 'Aunt Janet's new beau what do you know about ltl"-- Unfairly splul tered the words, nnd then with two strides he made for the front door, only to be confronted by Aunt Janet wreath ed In broad beams of welcome, the orange bow bristling with Importance In all It grandeur., lly this time the family had circled round the two, and we all neurit Ed say: "Jan et, Janet, J I you'll keep the old beau now. won't you, Janetl Aud then" the words stuck. Of course, Aunt Janet attributes the success of tho plan to the new Ikiw, but Lnurn nnd I think differently. Goodies! y&'j&w cfllj I r r fnncLlacfind hare VMS IWIIM in each package. 5 i iri.i'in rtl'illirjt.sl'i Veritas!' hn?m ma mi The biggest value in refreshment 6 EH WW flGSSr you can possibly buy. A BENEFIT tHn M EB to teeth, breath, appetite and digestion. The price is 5 cents. The Flaior Lssts iiiimnm Do Justice Tiomptly. City In Mountain. When It Is our duty to do an act of In southern Tunisia H a mountain Justice It should be done promptly. To of considerable size calletl Dotilrat, delay Is Injustice. Ln Bruyere. which once upon a time wjs an active volcano. liubblrs of volcanic gases made It n veritable honeycomb of Natural Lightning Conductor. leaves, whkh in tlu'e days nro Inhnli-- I Tho iftronomlcal observatory nt .Mount I'.lnu does not need nt nuy tlmo Itcd. In fnct, the whole mountain Is densely pop--1 the protection of n lightning rod. Tho it city n hmniin nnt-lillobservatory Is near the summit of tho ulatcd. volcano, and the stream of vapor con stantly rllng from the crater nets ns u natural conductor, draining the elecFor the Flth Pan. My family Is very fond of broiled tricity out of the clouds, so that tho lightning Is seldom seen there. mackerel, but the pleasure Is lost for tho ct'Uk with the thought of washing the broiler. My husband Recover Your Ford Tod at Home. If suggested laying the fish on a common your dealer do:s not carry our rtecov. wooden picnic plate and then ln turn ers and Curtains In stock, write us for on the broiler. Tho result was n prices. whole flh, unbroken In taking It oft the no disagreeable task Falls City Buggy Co. afterbroiler, nndsince the wooden plate tho meal, can be burned when the meal Is fin119 South Second SL ished. Good Housekeeping. LOUISVILLE, KY. Top j SMALL FARM FOR SALE. I will sell privately a small farm of 36 acres located 3 2 miles from Lancaster, on road from Gilberts Creek Sta1-- The Friends of Youth. This Is one reason why the mak Ing of new friends Is so much easier In youth than later on: Friendship comes to youth seemingly without any conditions and without liny fears. There Is no past to took at, with much regret and much sorrow. We never look behind us until we miss something. Youth Is satisfied with the Joy of present possession. To tho young friendship conies as the glory of spring, a very miracle of beauty, n mystery of birth; to tho old It has the bloom of autumn, beautiful still. ut with the beauty of decay. To the young It Is chletly hope; to the old It Is mostly memory. The man who Is conscious Hint he has lost the best of his friends, naturally lives a good deal In tho past. Hugh Illack. Shsllac. Shellac Is not made hy man nor does It come from a tree. It Is the exclusive product of n minute Insect that exudes It through all tho pores of Its body. It Is first n secretion called lac, oozlog from tho bug after It has sucked the Juice of certain plants and transformed It Into resin. This hardens on closure to the ntr Into a deep orange colored mats semltrnnspurent nnd breaking with a crystalline fracture. In a few days the Insert Is the female forever, the male to emerge twice a year with wings to fly way and begin the process ill over again. C. A. SPEITH CO., MGRS. I We Pay che Highest Market Price and Un- tion to White Oak School house, mile from railroad Station and mile from good school. one-ha- lf one-half load the Same Day. 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 NO COMMISSION CHARGED. 1 Warehouse Phone 34 . Residence 245. MRS. W. D. GOOCH, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 4. r The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919 arrenwood ' (AUCTION ff On Tuesday, March 4th AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M., F MILES SOUTH OF WILL SELL TO THE "HIGH DOLLAR" FOR W. M. FIELDS, THE ABOVE FAMOUS COUNTRY ESTATE. LOCATED TWO AND DANVILLE, ON THE HUSTON VILLE PIKE. THE MOST DESIRABLE COUNTRY HOME IN BOYLE COUNTY. This farm has been known for a number of years as the "Tom Metcalf" farm, and I have just sold it privately for Mr. Metcalf to Mr. Fields, with the agreement that I should subdivide and sell it again at public auction. PITRI , ONE-HAL- I ' WILL BE SOLD IN TO SEE IT IS TO WANT IT ACRES AND ACHES OF FOUR TRACTS. A SHOW PLACE. THE FOUR TRACTS TOBACCO LAND. Here Is a "Reserved Scat in the Theatre of Life" GS 420 rcrcs of excellent land, gently rolling, broad frontage on pike, in a high state of cultivation. Watered by everlasting springs and ponds, all now in grass, except acres cf fine wheat, which is sown to timothy," and 40 acres of blue grass sod just plowed for corn. Over 100 acres in blue grass, some of it virgin soil. Four large concrete water troughs at the springs. , house; a tract of 40 acres unimproved.' tract of 270 acres, with all the main improvements; a tract of 75 acres, with small barn on it; a tract of 35 acres with Each tract with a splendid frontage on the Danville pike. The dwelling is located on a knoll, with a Jarge lawn, gently sloping to the pike, with stately shade trees, the result "of a A four-roo- generation of growth. THE IMPROVEMENTS brick dwelling of 12 rooms, in the most excellent state of repair, large basement and beautiful reception hall, wide stairway, A dining room, breakfast room, butler's pantry, bath room with two dressing rooms attached, with modern equipment, three porches, acetylene lights, water works and furnace complete, modern in every particular, yet with that old styled architecture which makes it most stock barns in Boyle Co, A brick servant house and brick meat house, and poultry houses in the rear. One of the most double cribs, scales, machine 'sheds, cow barn, hog barn, etc. Oh, just come 50 by 72 feet, 1 1 box stalls, and a large caltle shed, and look. Want of space and the paucity of the English language prevents a description which would do justice to this magnificent home. ry de-sirabup-to-da- te le. 400-barr- cl In my twenty years in the business 1 have never failed to sell the land 1 otter nt auction. PTinow land values, a square ileal to everybody, possession given to purchaser- .- Mr. Metcalf, on the farm, or Mr. Fields of Hustonville, or the undersigned, will show the "premises nt any time. v no"Ily.Illdding". The farm Will be old on easy terms and immediate LIVE STOCK, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, d HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE 1 . 8 feeders, 20 of them black Poll Angus; 2 good milk rows, At the same time Mr. Metcalf will sell the following personal property: 37 head cf driving horse, 1 weanling jack, work horse, 1 mare in foal to Kentucky's Own, 1 weanling filly, 3 large horse mules, G goud jennets, A lot of household anil kitchen furniture and farming implements. fine brood rows, 1 Duroc boar, CO Duroc Shoats. 1 1 heifer, 3 Jack. yearling steers, carriage horse, ISO barrels of corn, a lot of hay and fodder. 1 1 SWfNEBiOAD, THE DEAL ESTATE MAN, LANCASTER, KY. DINNER SERVED W.- - E. MOSS, Adrlf. M.n.i.r. Phone. 38-- t r, or 174, or 221, LANCASTER. UNION, Mrs. James Iioss has been ill. Mr. Virgil Tnnkersley for Hamilton Ohio. saddest words that Hps can' aajr Art those. w uttar not And our most blttar tears are ther That must not (all. Th left Friday tJl; Friends are glad to sec Mr. E. I). Cook out again after an attack of flu. Mr. Sam Hawley is visiting his sister, Mrs. George Wells of Denver Col. Mr. Abra Hall left Wednesday foi Covington to be gone several weeks. Miss Nannie Call is visiting her grand mother, Mrs. lielle Ross this week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tankersley and family have all about recovered, from the flu. Miss J.nurn Hall entertained quite a number of her friends Saturday evening. Mrs. Funnie Hawley und daughter, were the guests of Mrs. Jack Hulctt, Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Parson nnd children "isitcif her parents, M.r and Mrs. V. V. l'ird, Tuesday. Mr. Juck Edwards bought of Mr. John Tunkersley some nice shout? for 12c per pound. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hurt nnd chil-- j uren arc visiting ner parents, ,;ir, ami Mrs. II. F. Parson. Mr. Gilbert Stnrns has returned home after a few days stay with friends in Richmond. Friends of Mr. Stanley Parson are glad to know he is improving ufter u severe case of pneumonia. Mr. Anderson Hall has returned to Camp Stuart after n sixteen days furlough with home folks and friends. Mr. Robert Tankcrslcy has returned home ufter several weeks stay in Hamilton Ohio, and entered school at SEASONABLE GOOD THINOS. This Is the season when cakes and candles flud favor with both old and young. President Wilton's Favorite Cake Chop fine the peel from one lemon, add It to a pound of butter, stirring until creamy, add a pound of sugsr and continue beat Ing for ten minutes. Illend ii I til Hits the yolks ""s"1"""s" of nine eggs and the Juice of five lemons, beating for another ten minutes. Add to this mix ture a quarter of a pound nt rulslns, the same of currants and seedless raisins, and cherries, cut In shreds, uikI the same of mixed peel finely chredded. Then fold In the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs, a pound of wheat flour and a quarter of a pound of rice flour and an ounce of baking powder, t'ut this mixture Into n greased mill pupered tin and bake In a slow oven for three hours. Honey Doughnuts Take two eggs, two tahlespoonfuls of shortening, one mid a half cupfuls of honey, one cupful of sour milk, to which has been added a teasonnfiil of soda und three, cupfuls of flour sifted with two of cream of tartar. Itoll and cut as usual. . Dutch Peppernuts. Mli together a pound and n quarter of brown sugar, two tahlespoonfuls of clutmmou, one lablespoonful of cloves and one of baking powder. Into this stir three eggs and add as much flour as Is possible to nork In, for the dough must be very stiff, Hull moderately thin and cut In circles the size of n quarter, llako In n slow ovriir These little cakes puff up when baked and tnay be Iced on the flat side If desired. , They will keep for months. Cranberry Cake. Cream half a l of butter and one and u half ru sugar together, add three fuls of brown yolks. Have ready two cupfuls of sifted flour, a tenpoonful of soda, a teaspoonful rucb of cinnamon and nutmeg, and u half a of cloves, add them to the batter and sugar. Told In one und cupfuls of cooked, strained foae-bal- f and sweetened cranberries hud the beaten whites of the eggs. Hake In two layers. Add cranberry Juice to ' his regular appointment here and after the sermon the church will be Miss Linda Locker is in Danville in order for business and every mem1 ber is urged to be presnt nnd ready Machine Zlgtag Stitching, Battlement visiting friends. Effect, Ruffling or Plaiting, Add Mr. J. P. Prather visited his daugh- to do their putt. . to the Decoration. ter, Mrs. Meade Teater last week. Mr. Bob Noel of Lancaster, visited SATISFYING RELIEF The edges of things, or rather tho By EVELYN NESBIT his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson j way those edges are finished, make sucn a ennerence. mis is particularly Davis, Sunday. FROM LUMBAGO true of bundles. And yet, when you Mr, nnd Mrs. L. Forbes were guests Why does the farmer no longer dig stop to consider how little real time Monday night of her sister, Mr. and up bis fields with a tpade? Why does and trouble It takes to ndd u row of Mis. S, N. Morford. the builder no Sloan's Liniment has tlia broken stitches In group of three, as longer make Ids Mr. Rcrt Prather of Madison spent compared with the charming effectivepunch that relieves own bricks of ness of the finished garment, the won- several days last week with Mr. ami straw? Why don't rheumatic fringes der of It Is that more attention Isn't Mrs. R. W. Sunders. wo walk from given to the "edges." Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins were New York to HVHsSSSSSSSSfc. conjestloo-tatterin- g T.ai Here are but u few of the lovely week-envisitors of her parents, Mr. Washington? circubtr..i remthings that can do duty as decoration, and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Why? Iecauo edy fmtualii uiV.'iet tulbint rjjht to as well us liulsli: Maihlne hemstitchBSSy the achrnij spot anj brings quick rcU:f, we have Improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henley Whittnkcr and ing worked zigzag, hemstitching In surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for Men are too clever , milling or plaiting little dnughter.jipent Friday with Mr. battlement eitrr.-i- ! pains, sprains, strains, ttj. to waste their of net In white or color, easy stitches, and Mrs. W. II. (lullcy. cms, headache, lumlugo, brusia. energy time nnd and tinted luces. Get your Lcttle today sifi little, Mr. and rMs. Huebrt Cnrter nnd making pins by means much. Aj!i your c!ruwt.t fcr It It Is mi easy matter to pencil off an little son, visited his parents, Mr. and band or splitting ty rime. Ketp 12 lundy fcr ins whole Irregular line for the beinstltcher to Mrs. Mai Carter last week. mils with an ux (irmly. The big bottle Is economy. follow; nnd that Is perhaps the very the way Abraham ssssssssssflP Mr. nnd Mrs. L. I Sanders were easiest finish of all. Hut the tinted Lincoln did. L- sssssMafss Saturday night of her parents, I luce and net Idea Is quite the newest guests abor saving maIloth are seen Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. mid most effective. chinery lias been I'suiilly done In tiny, tiny plaits. Miss Lucille Sanders spent Monday devised to release Among the easy stitches which uro with her little cousins; Liyiari and men's energies for always effective und pretty nearly albetter things. The men who used to ways within the vogue, come French Frances Ann Ilurkc of Paint Lick. pound out nulls with n hammer, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders, Mrs. True Version cf Cinderella. In groups of three, turn out one nail In Ave minutes, are knots worked "Iiidcvcllu neicr hud u glass shoe. short and long btunket Nora E. Teater and Misses Snllio I.ou tending machines that produce thouThis Is sad but hue. The pretty stitch, long horlmntul stitches Inter- Tenter and Ethel Hay were In sands of nulls In the time they could spersed with squares or dots worked story of the Cinder (ilrl came from the shopping, Tuesday. make one nnll by hand. Flench nnd the uiithor made Cinderelsolid, and the aforementioned straight Misses Sallie Lou Teater, Ethel la So It In with ever thing In Industry. stitches worked In threes. These nro Hear a "pantoiillo en valr," a slipper Thut Is why the modern farmer can especially decorative done oil the slant, Itay and Robert Long attended a birth ninile of "valr," a word which means cultivate thousands of acres of lund the stitches graduating or alternating day party Saturday evening nt the fur. There Is n French word "verre" In the time ho used to spend on his home of Miss Mnrtha Curtis ut which melius glass, and tho translator In length. liny back yard; why the builder vuu mistook "valro" for "verre" and luiistruct skyscrapers Instead of Uthistory records Cinder Ella On Saturday afternoon, March Nth? ile bouses, und why we travel from ADVANCED SPRING STRAW HAT FINISHING OFF THE EDGES BUCKKYE Tfirough the K I Looking Glass I Trsrmth-sivl-,- ;, d Hst BSSSSJ elTi-ct- Lex-Irgt- , , Mr. und Mrs. Kd Hester, Mr. and hi. Calvin Wardlow and children, .pent Saturday night und Sunday! I with Mr. and Mrs. Aithur Ball. Mrs. Stella Ilosklr.s nnd little son, Mrs. Dor? Roberta and children were the iruests of their parents, Mr, und Mrs. Sum Hall, Monday. Why Delay! Take this medicine." mid the young doctor. "If It doesn't curi'jou. Mine buck In a few duyu mid 1 shall glio you something thut will." 'lhe patient pocketed -- the dope reluctantly. In a few moments lie reliirnril. "If you clou t inliiil, doe, 1 II take hoiiio of that that will cnreine rljht uway." I 'tn. nt 2 20 Rev. I). F. Sebastian will till us Hearing a glass slipper. New York to Washington In speeding express trains. That Is why the women of today"nre learning, and thinking. Labor-havinmachinery has crept Into the home to make possible for every woman leisure hours In which to read and study. Any woman who OF LANCASTER. iloesnot uvnil herself of the new devices Is as foolish ns the enrnenter would bo to cut down trees und saw them by hand Into boards before ho set to work totulld n cottage. A. R. DENNY, President. J. K, STORM ES, Vlce-Prcs- t. Put n tireless cooker Into jour kitch, CHARLIE THOMPSON, Teller. en. Muke use of electricity the way S. C. DENNY, Cashier. IndustryTund see how much men do In RANDOLPH HARRIS, Individual more you will lie able to accomplish r. IHJOH MOliLEY, General less effort. Oct vacuum cleanwith ers to. save jour backs. Get an electric washing machine to save your Safety Deposit Boxes Rent. hands for piano playing. Stop kneading dough and get a bread mixer. ElecWE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Iron, power sewing machines, tric Alex R. Denny, 0. B. Swlnebroad, were not Invented as a luxury. They J. II. Posey, J. K. This model, a winsome- design, It of are here to help womeu. Use them, navy blue plntappl Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. U 0111, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. straw, and la lie as progressive as the blacksmiths i hrry trimmed. and the pin maker. THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus I.Hlvji islBP5!s(sk. Capital $50,000: 430,000. For The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919. OLIVER and Syracuse J auu- . -- TT na.no wss "Pfll n Plows1.? House improving U catching since the Mnrksbury house Is rcspondinc 'Jolin Smitli. a ngreenbly to remodeling, the I neighbor ore "taking notice". Mr. Mnttlntrlv. nf I.rlinnnn. Ii lh! Joe Francis hns already made Mrs arR",'t f her daughter, Mr. nnd .Mrs. rangements for n glassed in porch nnd Frank ,rownnK, Interesting JOHNSONS "FREEZE-PROOF- 3 " Hicnds of Mrs. Kclln Arnold I'rfln- - homc, . Jr. ' n, nu nl DISC r. rn trln.l towc her out nguln nftcr uiuuill riOWS, mnnurc aprcnaers, Mrs. W. S. Bourne hns returned to Seed Sower, Cheap, Culllpnckers, Fertilizer for tobac-,- " tV'ht ,llneM of StfV,rnl 'her home iirnr Lancustcr after a co beds Mrs. Boner ami attractive (laugh- - month's stay with her daughter, Mrs. Miss lloner, of Louisville, are Underwood, who Is ill.. .Misses We can save you money on anythlntf you have to tr.Unrntter, the guest nf Mrs. A. 1). John in Margaret Cook and Marjoric Kcvil, , VUICHO other features for her , , - PREVENTS FROZEN RADIATORS. It is inexpensive Does not evaporate-Ea- sy to use Does not freeze and oneapplicatioii will lctt il winter. One package ptulicts n Kuril ctr In fic mlJuis blow ztio ' of K. C. V were the week end guests I o f Miss Mary May Walker at Taint Miirjorlo Il.illnu of Stanford, ,L Lick. Danville Advotate. hns hoen the attractive little guest this week of Mrs. Bella Arnold The T), nn,l Mr. It A tl.lv- -. Deal House. Kranris. tnlncri at nn elegant ix o'clock Mr. nml Mr. II1117I1 nn.l ncr Wednesday nt their suhurban to'homc on thu '.exinitten pike. The Mis. Elizabeth Httes, motored I'J hai! for iu ccnUr 'Mc n cut Waco, Saturday afternoon, and cla nnu five va"! nl!c'1 ,vUh malned until Sunday with relatives. Twelve, guests courses wns served. It warn n mn.f pnlnt. tirfMtnnt. tr nn.l l.fp. 11 I.' Mllnl,n.,. 1., Wf-r. . . fll l.l it 1,1 ior .NoriciK, vn., yesterday, wncrr nuic uumr. 30 High Grade Percheron marei nnd n car every other week during ..'"lh.iV Will visit tlinlr .Intmlilnr Mr. the season shipped by express dlrec from the farms. Sec our I'crcheron Mr. nnd Mrs. C. It. Henry enterbefore you buy. Time to responsible parties. CI Buckner Spindle for several weeks. tained a number of friends ami rela- mares' J. F. COOK AN'D CO., Lexington, Kentucky. Mrs. Elbert Calico and Miw Lucille tive Sunday, In honor of Mr. nnd iC'il or 0031. ISI Hi ndrickwii returned from I'incvill Mrs. Milton Ward's 40th wedding An- - Phone 17. Night Phone 24J5-fll erday after h pleasant visit with iiivetnary. The bountiful dinner con- W the sister, .Mrs J. II. Carty, of that titling ef turkey, old hum and many I Sherman-Bourn- e. jlllnck. Any one of them will be cu). other delicacies were greatly enjoyed, elected if nominated, and nny of (!) (!) and nil left wishing Mr. and Mrs. News has been received hero of the them will make n good Governor if Mt Amelia Josephine Orenvald I Ward many more years ofimppy wedmltriaBe nf Mr. nowen llourne. of elected. Then why not let it go at g1 hattanwwi, has arrived in the led life. this place, to Miss Kthel Louise Slier-- , that anil quit talking about prospic nil will I the accomplished man, at the home of the bride'3 uncle jtive candidate!) who have not sail trimmer this sviuoii for .Mrs. Kelld Our good friend, Mr. J. W. Pum .Mrs. Allen, at they wonted the olHco? If any of I) Arnold Fmncu. WE SELL FOR LESS. phrcy rounds out seventy-nin- e years and aunt. Mr. and Quincy. Mam., on February 8th. j them want to make the race it is hn Mr. Pumphrey is not 79 Mi Allic Dunn, principal of the Only the Immediate famil;' and a few privilege to do so, but to keep talking He school in Paint Lick, left for that ycart old but 7U years young. was born and reared in this county, intimate friends were present at the' about men who have no desire to place Monday, where she will resume ceremony. Mrs. Bourne wns born make the race Is nothing but propoher dutiet. The ban ha been on hn always been nn industrious, up- und reared in Kansas but for the past gnndt looking to the detriment of the right citizen and the Record joins his Mr' Kiunbetli Hut;he has return- since October and last just been years has lived with her uncle chances in November of the candidate numerous friends in congratulating few ed from n visit to her daughter, Mrs. lifted. and aunt nt Quincy, Mass. She is 111 who is nominated in August. him upon pasting another mile-ston- e J. W. Acey, In Stanford. Miss Cora Ilrynnt, Mr. nnd Mrs. In life's journey, enjojing health and direct descendant of General Slier- - j Mrs. J. I!. Storme and Mrs. W. II. Homer Chcutnut, Messrs Luther Pey- happiness nnd wishing him many re- man and ir accomplished and attrac- - tOtJiinfiOfsriiuit-X.ioijfaai.'ftjtitrOtiI ' tive. Mr. Bourne enlisted In the Ilurton hne returned from a pleas- ton nml Ilogc Smith of Hockcnstle, turns of his natal day. Classified Column Nnvy in July nnd has been stationed ant visit in New Orleans. motored to Pnlnt Lick, Sunday, ami as coast inspector of sub- . .v ....'3. jl Mrs. K. C. Gaines gave n beautiful r 1.1m rim., v. were guests of Mi'si Willie Mae Calico ., Mr. vi.t.. t I. in i Cotns t7hot Vti Art intrriltd In. I Valentine luncheon to n few friends marines und destrojers. He is wide- - 5 nt'the'bedside of her daughter. Mary an'' lvi" ,ey,n' g 5, RATES: nt her home on Maple avenue in lion- - 'y known in this locality and has j Lee, who is slowly improving Mnjor It, W. Ogllvie. uf Princeton. or of .Mrs. C. D. Strothcr. The table ma"y friends who wish for him and Single insertions lc n word g Ky-t!u' was prettily decorated in red hearts ''3 ''rilc nil possible happiness. He Mr. Sam llasel.tcn of Hill Court is ' w" nor'' for a few ''"' No ad taken for lers than 20c 5 arks, of Paint Lick, KU,st of his Mrs. sister, Mrs. Horace Hern-wi- ll and green foliage. The place cards is lhe c'l!?' on of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. fjultr ill. leave for the city this week to ,, U in this column. No nils in this 5 A,jor 0(ri,vk. haJ cen erv,fe were valentines. The color scheme Bourne, who reside on the Shaker-o- f new spring millinery. " column charged. Mr. Klsher Cainrs of Danville, was purchase ,ame tmi. nt Cnmp Ulltoni from g red nnd green were carried out in town roaJ- - TI,e '0UnK couple ex-a- ll in Lancaster, Monday. which hc cam? hcrt'Seven insertions for the courses. It was u most charming Pect ,0 maIc "'eir home in Kentucky " Mr. Jake Phillip, of. California, oon as .Mr. Ilourno is released " price of five. The guests affair. present were, S Mr. Jesse Cook, of Ix'xington, wns was the guest nf Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Mr. und Mrs. Virgil Conn of in Lancaster, Monday. the latter part of last week, mond, came in Wednesday from Wil Mrs. J. A. lioyston, Mrs. II. S. Hud- - from the service. Danville Advocate, " Phone orders must be paid liamsburg, where they have been vis. son, Mrs. c. I. htrother. Misses J promptly. Mr. ltnnks Hudson, of Danville, The many friends of Mr. W. II. (iting Mrs. Conn's parents, and arc Martha nnd Helen Gill, Misses Jane Monday. was in jh x icoot n x it wtt n n ititn v it mens and Mary Doty. Ilurten are sorry to know of his ill with his grand-parentMr. nnd Mrs. Mis Corn Ilrynnt will resign nt ness at his home on Maple Avenue. It. K. Conn, and father, Mr. J. A. Mr. nml Mr. Iiusscl P. Brown, of FOR SALE: One thousand Piari llustin Ilrus, the tlrt-u- f the month. Urynntsvillc, spent Sunday with their Local Tted Cross Chapter has re- Music. Rolls. Mkv. Mary Ellen Farley left Sun-.00"- "' W. J. Roman Virginia West Lieut. Kctor Lnwson is ill at his rarcnts. Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Brown... ceived a most urgent call for knitted Mrs. It. J. Kay of NIcholasville, is ily for Clothcr, FOR SALE: Six head of good This work is needed for bomc on Lexington Street. He hud Miss Jennie Higgins, superintendent garments. visiting Mrs. Jesse Anderson, nt Hub- where the hus accepted a position. l.tcounty J. W. Hill, woman work horses. i..A...lA.l .. ble. i.uiiiiiik - muuv III Ilaw the the Garrardguest of schools, was immediate use. Will every help in Ml.. week-en- d Point Lcavell, Ky. her cousin, in Garrard County who can v " ;l the first spoke to the Woman's Club Friday " M'0 Mrs. Iloyd Wynn of Paint Lick, wiw, f M,ar.C ' '" '"I-e- hi, , lines, will Mies Minnie Woods.. The many this work, call at the Red Cross FOR SALE: 200 bales of good the guest of Mrs. It. K. Conn, Mon afternoon on "How to Improve our tic duration and his plans not friends of Mrs. V . II. Porter are glad Rooms, Friday afternoon, February mixed hay. Library". A. McKnight, day. to sec her out again nftera month's 28th, and get yarn? retarded. ilhicts. .Misses Jennie and Charlotte j Directions for mufflers and shnwls rr.int Lick, Ky Route 2. Mr. and Mrs J.. I.. West of Itich- Mrs. Helen Ilrynnt, of Lexington, The friends of Judge Warren are spending the day with Riven below. Directions for childrens Old Rugs, Carpets and Clothing in lainrnstrr with mon. I, were iu the city lust Modnuy nnd Mrs. M. H. MabVy will be sadden their spent the week-en- d nunt. Miss Jennie Duncan, at stockings given next week. PLEASE make the guests nf Mxses I nnnie and Bet-ti- e beautiful NEW RUGS. relathn. to know that the former is quite ill I jincn-tc- r. .Mrs. Thomas Phillips was SAVE YOUR DIRECTIONS. ed Went Call phone 307. Miss Fannie Bishop. nt their Florida home. This inter- - taken ill with tlu while in Louisville! MUFFLERS. Mrs. Joanna Hall is in Stanford, Mr. J. W. Klmore, Mr. Chenault'ting couple have frequently visited Iat week and hns not been able to j Amount of wool required about the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ilohon Klmoro nnd Mr. Harry Klmore have. their sitter, .Mrs. T. Johnson Price return home. Mrs. II. J. McUoberts.'one half pound. Campbell. FOR SALE: Bradshaw'n Stand-in- g been recent vWtors to Hnrrodsburg and Mr. Price of this place, Cast on 40 or 45 stitches to make her mother, is at her bedsido and it Burley tobacco seed. $2.00 per j Little Walter 11. 1'ollard, son of relatives. is hoped that she will soon be able to.it ten Inches wide, ounce. Walker Bradshaw, I It will be gratifying to his white Mr and Mrs. lurenre Pollard, u ill Knit 'J, purl 2, for two inches. return with her... Mr. J.-Metcnlf, Lancaster, Ky., Route 3. . Itoss friends to know that Uncle Ilenrvl The many friends of Mrs. of pneumonia. who recently moved to this place from Knit plain 50 inches. llaitin will be glad to know she Is'Tevis is slowly recovering from his Lancaster, is Knit 2, purl 2, for 2 inches. Sixty-fiv- e nn all 'round man. He FOR SALE: head of Mrs. J. A. Amon entertained Fri- speedily recovering from her recent lute severe Illness. His house-keep- Bind oir loosely. hogs: weight about 75 pounds. day evening in honor of the Victor' Illness, ami nope to see ner out soon, ing friends hope he will bo out with is not only a surveyer and an opticSHAWLS. ian, but is a registered pharmacist, Clarence Green, Paint Lick, Ky. R. 2 Girls and Hoys. blue birds with paint nnd wall fia uall IT., i nf AnnnnA.l Amount of wool required about Mix Emma Doty entertained nt a 'the paper to as, s in the annual spring;,,, ,hc Unco, pounds. Miss Delia Hire Hughes spent the six o'clock dinner Saturday, at her Phannaeyi Kmbr a . 11. u t nuitllB. week-en- d J. M. Metcnlf, Surveyer, 25 years In Stanford, with her aunt, home on Maple Avenue, In honor of Cast on from ICO to 180 stitches nnd ltrown, proprietors. Interior experience. Blue prints furnished. Knit plain 45 inches. Mrs. J. W. Acej;. the birthday of her father, Mr. Jesse1 A telegram to relatives received Journal. All calls unswered promptly. Phone to make it 45 " wide. Doty. here yesterday announced the death Miss Kllznbeth Middleton Is quite An edging 1 " wide may be croch-Clu- h 185, Stanford, Ky. The birthday party ut the Woman's! in n Pittsburg Hospital, lust Tuesday, HI with scarlet fever, nt her home on Mist Florence Acton, who is at rooms Thursday evening, was etcd around it if desired und may be the Danville pike. tending school nt Georgetown Col- - of Everett Gould, u former lainrns- - one of the largest and mos brilliant of the same or contrasting color. FOR SALE: About 32 ounces of i ... ivr iiiiv linn 11 ... nl .1 ic nml M Crossed Standing Burley tobacco iivmv p.ii. gatherings In societv tin season. i . .. Messrs Hugh Conn nnd Hubert AnM. Cnpt. and Mrs. teed. Price $1.00 per ounce. derson were with Mr. and Mrs. It. K, her parents, other than the burial would take The decorations were in exquisite R. It. 2 Acton. T. L. Kcllcy, taste, nil in Natlonnl col-- ( Conn, Monday. place at Michigan City, Iud., his home beauty i nnd .... i ot. ..iu.. Tl . Paint Lick, Ky. icut'iuv ui'i'uru.i . Mrs. Walter Arnold and little town, wnere lie lias lived for several nrs linn pvitv fimnti vn mnit nt-m-- i , Miss Urshln Morgan of Clay Co., Is A man who went across the seas ingly arranged. The same color was' daughter, Pauline, have returued to years. S. C. Rhode Island Reds, Choice Mr. unc visiting her grand-parents- , carried out in the refreshments. The to fight did his duty, and every Amcr Strain. Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1. their home in HryunUville, after u Mrs. It. K. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robinson will oc- - fruit ralad was molded like n large lean soldier who went over there did visit to her parents, Mr. und Mrs. R. Mrs. E. W. Perkins. the house iu Hill Court to be rf,i c',,", nnJ decorated with seven his duty. Nothing less was expected Star Route, Miss Funnlo Rnwson, has been thejU Hiignn. Lancaster, Ky. tlags to reprecnt the seven of him. But because he went to Phone 40-- J Bryuntsville Exchange. vacated by Mr. Hicks and fumllv. ""y "k guest of Mrs. Emma Kaulfman, hut' Miss Margaret Morrow, who teach This is one of the pleasantest locnll- - Persons the party was given in honor Franco or Germany nnd fought is not'o .ot.j. returned to Frankfort. es in the School for the Deaf in Col- - ties of the town, with u cordial neigh-o- f: I'imento sandwiches and coffee sufficient reason, of Itself, why the Mr. R. K. Conn who hns been renl umbus, Ohio, spent the 22nd, vacation borllnes that mnkes it teem n vil- - wt're n'3" Wrved. White Wyandotte A most Interest- - people of the State should fall nil j FOR SALE: sick It improving hit many friends 'with her parents. Mr. and Mrt. E. W. lagc of itself. Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert- - '"B program was given, Rev. II. S. over themselves in nn effort to elect roosters, $1.50 each. Acknowledged (.Morrow. "uu'5o,i presided In his usual manner hlni to the office of Governor, or to Kentucky's pride; also Buff Orphmg-hous- o will be glad to learn. nre to become established in the ton's $1.50 each on Danville Street from which r l'n,e nni' Brace nnd Introduced any other State office. Margaret O'Hearn, Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Knuckie McGruth has removed. enc'1 speaker, who gave five minute I As to whether Denhardt, Wilson or 1Lit.n n.....!.... .I'VISUIIB. ...... il nv .uiiut.lllh iMcChcsney, who have worn khaki, are Mrs, Ollie Carpenter returned this Rev. J. R. Moorman qualified to fill the offico of Governor, Lincoln, Listen, I have my Emery grinder WHY NOT BUY nobody knows. Tli.it they have clonepi week f roni Saint Cloud, Flu., where Prof. 1'. II. Hopkins Valentine. I she has boon the guest for several Rev. Pulmeter Washington, their duty as toUicrs, nobody doubts. installed and am now ready to grind..i...,i. .i i jour niuw jiuiius tiir liny unie. eienweeks, of her sister, Mrs. J. W, Aker. Mr. Henley llnstin Lowell, u, wiivii nf .iitriu i... ditiiu9uio.il; .iiviiiis iiu. U kinds .lone und Hon, R. II. Tomllnson She reports a delightful trip, the most who have taken it on ' themselves, if rnl P1; Eddison. .UIIIC UIIV Rev. C. D. Strother Longfellow, without authority from their princi-- i IIU.SU BIIWlllll. r'lIUIj, interesting event of her visit was the nil, A. II. Vanhuss, landing of a 130 pound fish, which Rev. 11. S. Hudson Mrs. Kuutfmnn pnl, to start gubernatorial booms for and Crab Orchard Street, nt the J. F Tin li.i life, x.it. II. I, ...I 1.1(1. 11.11a ........ W'lin.n Illflll.lllV. !.'..!. OCII. .....I tliltan iUa tni.tnn BLEACH GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT-WITHO- UT Stand. mice. The llidi wns of the "sucker" who Is librarian, paid her n tribute 'and why muddy the waters by get-!"'1- '8 vuriety nnd Is said to be the largest for her valuable services und faith-- 1 ting so many candidates In the field, OR BLEND. Snip ful work and presented her with a particularly when everybody knows! ever caught in those waters. ,, 'uck-The ,G"oJ.1w?i,c book shaped box containing n liberal ' that the Republicans have combined Always at hand. irgin timber. IlilLs cut on short manufacturing firm in Akrnn. ilvr n(TW. . I. .. I P.IM.,..,T I Curter and 1'itU, Ohio, with which Julian Anderson Is for thn lihr.irv. MnrrmU u-- . Without worry or wait .tfnt...l for i:nvi.rnn. notice. Carterville, Ky. employed hut decreased Its force of A most delightful musical program by a small majority at u time when The house wives say opcratlvet-nn- d offico men by the hun- - was rendered, being In charge of Mrs. there was more dissension in the t And declurc It Is so, ,,..., i ........ , u .. .. i . t)i - if V.. ".Inntinit..!' iii if..... ir.i:.,... ilreiii. i. ..ui.jr . wiii.iiiiiwii. ti ...wi.u.,uii iituic i iiv.u nl u luuh Mi..... lain I'm 11 .mill .1.... v.i:. .U3i the office Julian nnd three others part weroMiss Helen Gill, Miss a dead sure success or ever will bo again. For' Better than red clover, and $8 to were spared. This is especially grat- - berta Anderson, Mrs. C. D. Strothcr, him to win next November, now that $10 per bu. cheaper. Direct from When mixed into dough. trying to junan't friends as ho had utev. J, It. Moorman nnd Mrs. Tom- - the party Is united, will be ulmost grower. Unhullcd, hulled, and spec-i- nl with the firm a shorter time than inson. Miss Rawson, of Frankfort, possible. scarified seed; prompt germination any of the men eliminated. Mr. I.es- - statu librarian, was the guest of Three candidates for the Demo-ll- o Prices and circulars free. Also prices W Hcrndon, another Lancaster man honor. The hour were much en- - cratlc nomination for Governor hove on honey. JOHN A SIIEE1IAN, with this Company received at the Joyed by the large number of guestt announced, Prof. II. II. Cherry, Hon. It. F. 1). No. 4. Falmouth, Ky. same time a handsome promotion, 'John D. Carroll nnd Lieut. Gov. J. D. present. DC 3 buy. Joseph. J. R. MOUNT & CO. Mlt tr. i if I i New Line 3p McRoberts Drug Store. i ncr Ladies Waists Variety ...( PRIVATE SALE.. At Bargain Prices, I Sander's Store.' r Gossip About People - ....... hr .fr SPECIAL CALL FOR KNITTERS. V.U l',tfn.l V"' i.i nnl lto .... ...... Gubernatorial Race. i. c GLEft! LILY W " I For ..!. It's Sow Sweet Clover. GARRARD MILLING CDC COMPANY it: nr. 1- The Central Record, Lancaster, iy. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919. CITY PEOPLE AND FARMERS NOW WORKING sssee I I TOGETHER FOR GOOD OF ALL CONCERNED MAIL ORDERS arc t lit by the million from nil over our country from nil the rural communities and small towns to lapja concerns in Chicago, New York anil elsewhere. You doubtless know thnt this Is n fact. Hut wh is It a fact? Did you ever stop nnd consider the reason so many valuable orders go so In far awny and why one ChlcaRo Mail Order House sold last year over $180,000,000.00 How many jro out of your town, your county, your own home? Now take your own Why did you send your order away? tn Vc believe we know at least some of the rensons our people have hail In doinR so. fairness to all concerned we here give n few: 1st. Your family store, the one with whom you do most of your trailing, did not carry v, in stock the articles you ordered. 2nd. If your family store had any of the articles similar to the ones y;u ordered they were In the back corners, or under the counter or so dirty they didn't look pood nnil there was no one in your family store "who could tell you anything about Its uses, its possibilities or Its value. "" It was just n case of, "Here I am take me or let me lay another year." 3rd. Your family store buys most of its merchandise in very limited quantities and from other small dealers or jobbers. Must pay a little more for some of their merchandise nnd therefore must ask n little bigger price. 4th. When you arc sitting around the lire during the winter evenings planning on your work and decide you need so and so and you are not sure you can get It at your family store, but you can read the big catalog and see it pictured and beautifully described so you just write n check nnd mail it in. 5th. Your family store has never helped you plan for your work. They have never used their think tank for your welfare. Left It entirely with you, no interest at all from their viewpoint. So your real obligation to your family store Is not very strong any way. 6th. I'hyscology tells us that from the power of suggestion comes a great deal of Thus while you arc turning through your catalog you see several articles you would like action. to have and so strongly you arc impressed by some of them thnt you include them in your next order, or else put In to fill out your next order ns you will wnnt them later anyway so you let them all come along together. Getting nil your needs from the same store and not having to go to half a dozen places hunting them. Now tell the truth. Aren't those some of the big reasons why you sent your orders oil? And here is about what you hear from your family storekeeper the next time you sec him. Now look here Jones why didn't you buy those things from me? Who pays the taxes nround here nnd You know it is me who helps keep up the roads and schools and who pajs the Church expenses. and jou. Those fellows off yonder don't help us out. Why don't you keep your money in your own town, county or community? Now friends, we are not going to say whether our family store argument is good or no. We have often heard it used. We think to n limited degree some of it is logicnl but not in most Dc that as it may the fact remains that until you satisfy cases under the existing circumstances. Roads or no roads. the six reasons given above it will always exist. Church or no Church. Taxes or no taxes. Better get down to brass tacks and after the remedy is found he game enough to back it up. case. I ilMMIIMIIIIMIIMIMIMIlliinl CARDS. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST 5fe Office over The Garrard Dank I'liones Office 5. Residence 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 11m j it? "''"' Oilier at ltainey Lancaster. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. a I.lvrry Stable. Kentucky .J, ft. Beazley DIRECTOR FUNERAL j Group of Business Men From Lexlnojon, Ky, Who Helped Thrash Wheat. Ofllre Over National Hank. (PrrpareJ by the Untied Stain Depart- iijmn their The effect Residence I'hone 3. Olflce flume 27 Agricultures. ment of has been to bring farmer nnd Inwo I.VNOASTKK. KY. One of flic greatest achievements of resilient Into more timlliil rrhitlons. the fnrm-lalHi- r nitltllle conducted by Provide Harvest Labor. the I'nltiil Slate' department of ng- The results iirlileuil along this lilt I.. r..... i.e.. .Intl.... ,1. J. ' I'rml.llli. Inc section.. nlAiver I ounfrv when. n?v r'','cl,,l!1'"ll'f"' was needed wax the elahlih-mi'ii- t the linn pit labor milled In n constant lulxir ly enlarging ngrh iillnrnl program. Tiki c of cordial nml much rinphusK It li believed, cannot tinileritnndliig In'twrin farm-ebe ptuciil liMin the phase nf tin' labor ami local lmlniss men, department that Inn In On ultli lirlneliig Info close Kontuokv specialists Mult. ami nllguiiii'iit nil the City Folks Help Harvest. Vihlrli liae mure or less tn ifn forces As n retllt nf this OMHierntinii ' with the labor problem nml framing n rropi !ine been linrieitnl h ulil vf program that will eliminate as far ai thobtnlnesi men from i Itles nml limrji ixukllJe the Ion iluo to lititlng mi mer- VETERINARIAN. In hundreds of liHiilltl" where large supply of lnb.ir.nt ccrtnln places ami shortage at nfherr, nml that will make Calls Answered limei would undoiibtiilly bne Day or Promptly from lnk of Inbor. .Mmiil ."', po.ihle the use nf nil the local labor Nifht. I'hone 317. imi town and city dwellers helped liar-e- In the fullest extent nnd thus sine I In Nebraska. III Kiinsns, 1 .". rannrtatloii nf workers fioin ills. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. L1V"" III Oregon. loom In .Missouri, tnnt areas and necessary loss of time IL'.unMii Indiana. AtMHii llllnoli. ami oecinlomil In such trawl. proportionate number In practically The Miccesa In dealing with the farm till other states. The farmer ha IIiuh-- c labor situation (luring the pnt jear Is learned that local town uliil city folks thought to Justify confidence In meet- i .in imlt greatly In thl emergency ling any situation that may develop In work, anil ha come to look with favor ! ltll!). Fine Cut Flowers. M. PATRICK, OentiMt. Pttintiiick, Dr. Printus Walker Honaker M. NOW HERE IS WHERE FARMERS AND BUSINESS MEN POU YOU KNOW John McRoberts. We claim that Jones really had rather buy the merchandise where he can see it and examine it and that one of the greatest needs of our country today is n real Department Store in our rural communities or small towns. True there is not room for one in every county or every email town, but there is a real big demand for a real store at least one in each county. Our solution for the above six troubles is as follows: Somebody with money enough and nerve enough should, 1st. Carry the articles that Jones-wan- ts and needs. No matter how many. The more the better. Have you been through our stores to tee the many, many wonderful offerings? 2nd. Carry a real assortment of merchandise. Jones buys just as good merchandise as any body and his dollars has just as many cents in them. Train your employees to know their merchandise and be able to stand up. and intelligently display and explain their uses and merits. Money doesn't buy a better assortment or class of merchandise than is shown in our, stores. Quality in every line fit for a King and our employees must study their merchandise and must be able to stand the acid test. Have you tried them? 3rd. By carrying the merchandise and" having the proper kind of intelligent employees and displaying it as it should be your sales will increase so much that you will be enabled to buy in real quantities from the manufacturers themselves and sell Jones his wants at a reasonable price and let him "Save the Difference". We have been, car load buyers for years and increasing every month. Our 1918 retail sales of over $250,000 enables us to save our friends many good dollars. 1919 will increase our usefulness and certainly our opportunities. 4th. Advertise your wares. Tell your people about your business. The cost of so doing is not added to the price no, no it sells 'em so fast that it reduces the price. Do you get WELCH'S STORE NEWS? We publish an eight page paper, as good as any lfhwa do put it out. We will leave it to you. It's worth any man's $10.00 bill for a year's subscription. Ir don't cost you a cent, only the asking. Send your name today, and the good things will pour in through our columns. Cth. Get the cobwebs out of the old brain. For years we have neither spared time, money nor effort in pleasing our customers. We study their needs and their wishes,. We plan with them and assist them in every turn. The nscds of our territory is our calling. We are serving daily our friends and neighbors for 25 miles around Berea and Madison County. 0th. "Keep thy shop and thy shop will keep tl.ee". Our business has grown rapidly and the war times have made it impossible to occupy more commodious quarters but we have nearly fiOOOO square feet of floor space and although we are in old buildings we invite you to take a pleaeure trip through them. Look them over and see our sanitation as well as our display of quality merchandise. of a An assortment worthy city many times its site. Take a glimpse of our windows. Are they suggestive? Can Jones get all his wants at one place? We realize that the mail order people give better service than the average family itore. They really get business on their merits and business should go, and in mose cases does go, where real service exists. If wo can't beat their service nnd duplicate their prices with better merchandise we don't expect your business. j Friends, we arc not appealing to Jones to help pay our taxes, build roads etcunless we MERIT his consideration. Wo expect it under no other terms and to be perfectly frank we are after Jones and don't you forget It. Our Chicago nnd other mall order friends are going to earn all the business they get out of this part of Kentucky during 1DH(. Here is where friendship ceased with them. AH bets arc oil nnd It Is free for all. Are you going to help lick 'em. Visit us. Give us the once over and see what happens. "AS WK LIVE WE MUST GltOW". WE COME IN That It coM WELCH'S Department BEREA, IMMllltlttttf T7 " " Store- - "Madison's Greatest Store." KENTUCKY Ly the t'nlle.1 States Depart STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. tnent ot 'Agriculture.) I nothing better Funning I being adapted more and CSIVK MK A TRIAL than alfalfa hay for balancing more tn a limine bail, nnd fanner a ration? are being recognized by the bulne Satisfaction Guaranteed. That n dairy cow requires an linlng real men of the rltle n ounce of salt a day? The expression, business standing. of protein That some form "Fanners and business men," hns (sUm milk, buttermilk, tankage, W. A. WHEELER "Fnriners and other buslnes or meat scrap) Is needed to men." Once the young mnn learned keep up winter egg production? by working mostly DENTIST the farming trade That n btgli tight board fence with hi father nnd brothers; now be KENTUCKY LANCASTKR. of on the north nnd west-sid- e learns fanning In that wny and l tliu barnyard saves feed nnd la school nnd college, mid by the study Olllce over Storinr Drug Store. makes n comfortable sunning and practice of modern business methT:3iV-0-1 p.m. m. place for stock In winter? ods, so that he become n different Hours 8 12,s.m. type of farmer from the cotintr)inan ago. of one or two generation JOHN WRITE k GO. The demand of the present farmer LHfraV!LLS,KY. SOY BEANS QUITE VALUABLE ha brought about n new method of denting with him nnd supplying him May 13 Combined Advantageously In with any avallnble Information he may desire. It Is recognized that It I not filany Systems of Crop Rotations good practice to load farmers with Seed Is Valuable. tn tell them what tn do and when tn do It and thl change-- ! at(Prepared by the United Blates Departtitude bring more satisfactory relament of Agriculture.) BOOKKEEPING It hns reThe soy bean may be combined ad- tions tn all concerned. Buslasas.Phoaoorapny arsystem of crop sulted In freer roiisiiltntlnn and the vantageously In many TYPEWRITING and rival at safer conclusion and more rotntlous. It I especially adapted to correct practice TELEGRAPHY than could possibly short rotations, taking either nn entire come from working separately. iffilTiTOi; Tth business- cqllebe -" aa. t. lBtnlaJ. ' mason or n part of n season following IlT I'rMMnt Mi ' nr!e. la (lsf W" m4 i . ato f tutl some grain crop. ,The cash value of f sefFmr now. TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER fnm tn nA wma ftMlTII. L si Mr. the seed Is sufficient to encourage R H. Unm growing the beaux as one of the main whole season I thu At Depth of 40 to 60 Fett It Is About crop. When the M Degrees Uniform Through, clewited to soy bean, they may taku out the Year. any place In u rotation system where In the southern I com can be used. y (Prepared by the Unlle.l pules DepartThe undersigned hereby Ktvc warn-Vi- e state the crop Is adapted to practical-lment ot AKrt:ultiire.si the samerplaco lu rotation as cow-pea- s. to all persons not to trespass upon The temperature of ground water vnrles with latitude, season, depth sur lamb for any purpose whatever small grain may follow soy und geological condition. Ordinarily ill Is wo will prosecute all offenders to The bennx, und the soil require but little n depth ot forty tn sixty feet It is alioiit the fullest exterit of tho law. Hunt' preparation after a crop of soy beuns. U) degrees, and Is nearly uniform ers and fishermen especially taVe In North Curollna and Tennessee, a throughout the year. At lesser depth notice. soy bean crop Is often grown between seasonal nnd utiniipherle change are It. L. Ellin, Cora Phillips, two wheat crop or between two oat likely to affect It. Hence If there I Mrs. crop. A rotation of corn, soy bean, much fluctuation In the temperature, Mrs. Emma Daniels, wheat, nnd clover Is practiced quite or If the water Is made turbid by ralut, It. L. Arnold. generally In many sections north of n supply of shallow origin 1 Indlraled. Mrs. Sarah J. V. Hackley, the Ohio river. In some sections tho Peep ground waters are generally pro. Mrs. Emma IliReiiibothani, soy bean 1 Kiibstltuted for oats In grcsxlvcly warmer the deeper obtained, Edd and N. 11. Price. rotations as corn, oats, the Increase running about one degree S. C. Rlusby. such four-yea- r wheat, und clover or iHtntoe. oats, for each fifty to sixty feet Increase lu I). M. Anderson. wheat, and cloer. The soy beun can depth. R. L. Darker also be used a n catch crop where new seedlings or grass and clover havo WOOD ASHES AS FERTILIZER Poor Duddyl failed nnj. ou wheat or oat slubhlo Carroll had two pet rabbits nf hlch fields where clover or grass liaH not Expert Figures That Ton Is Worth be nn fond, so when one of Ihcni was been sown or has tint succeeded. ,As J5-Crop Need Every Pound of killed by n neighbor's diiR he felt had a crop after early imtatoe or cannery Potash Obtainable. Indeed. Not Ioiik nfli r Dili (lie oilier pea and ns nn orchard cover crop, tho hiiimy lifted droopy anil sick. When soy beau Is highly recommended, as It Havo the woixl nsheK. present Carroll noticed that the rabbit n not At will produce u large quantity of fall price of iHitnsh an expert figures that ns usual, he went to hN mother and pasturage or material for plowing un- tho potash In IPO luiuiiitx of hardnooil said, "I think Ihe bunny litis suddeil der ou soils lu need of organic mutter. ashes Is worth 'A uml In addition Itself sick." there am in the mine nxhex '.II cents' FACTORS OF SOIL FERTILITY worlh of phosphoric acid. This would muko n ton of dry, hunlwnod nibes worth f.'l. At the same rate pine Plant Feeding Is Not Simple Problem ashes aro worth 'M u ton, and should of Supplying Manure and Combe carefully saved. (!li the ushes Poultry Tonic mercial Fertilizer. that come from the slutcs nml furYou ran nikn it naces the same protection and me vftlUuu ut Uiti ItttaL X I The expression, "soil fertility" Is them on the land Just ns Intelligently with A Me I of used to Include the factors which make n would bo given the a soil productive. I'lunt feeding Is not commercial fertilizer. The crops will limwf itrctf, cuoirrft. t.u u simple problem of supplying manure need every ound of iwtu,h that ciin At liruff An abundput or by mill iotpaU and, commercial fertilizers. be obtained from uthex and every lli'jj.Lnr U.s.rrY. ance of available plnntfood Is au esuien-tl- other available source before tho factor of noli fertility, but Ibera mines are again operated fur UuieUen Brothers. ure other Important factors. export. to raise n doe to raise; n about a much scrub a It well-bre- d Young Man of'Preaent Day Learns by Study and Practice of Modern Business Methods. (1'rtrareJ j. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. steer? That there . afjffW EIICliW tnI !, POSTED 12 Gals. g rnft The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 27, 1919 in properly labelling these caxcx. Vital Statistics of Japan. d Acrorillng to stnlMIrs rrrrntly pubJustice Is a heavy lished llio Imputation of Japan proper nnd only through careful M 1!H7. was ri7,!lS,.'l:i, on lim-nilirsiftlngs can delinquents be classified. illstrllmtnt mi. .n.' Ill Slt.MI dwelling "There nrc three distinct classes of (5.7 mt cent I..1I1II11II1111. or t'ompiircd delinquency with which we have to How does Uncle Sam ileal with with tin! nns.i- - jV mill, n proutli In ileal, Klrst, tho taxpayer who had IKipuIiilloii or "liO.liini Thl Inquiry, which was i.rn. Tills reasonable cause, brought about by rate of Increase cxctilx 1 1 per cent. prompted by the severe penalties proexceptional conditions beyond his vided in the 'new revenue bill, has secondly, the fellow who did amginp wires. brought from Commissioner Daniel control; up or didn't realize his obTin- i !iisIiib 01 wire? 1 C. llnper n frank statement ns to the not look ligations; nnd thirdly the person who oiiii'Hmh h rciraril il an n weather prng-ni.tlInternal Revenue Bureau's attitude wilfully evaded con plinnce with the llimiKli opinion dltfer a to Hip toward those who attempt to eviidc kind of It forctelK There law. taxation. hii': ln'Ui much Oln'iimlnn us to Hip "As for the man wiio shows n rea"Any person who deliberately conr.m.p of till miuihI, I'mhibly It l Imply tin- - iipolliin Imrp effect. 'and lti ceals tax liability, or who falsifies a sonable cause within certain lines by the Ilurcau, no penalties opiiirrpiKi- - depends ihlclly upon Hip return in order to reduce or evade All other delinquents nro nscrted. illriTllon of the wind In relation to the nny Internal revenue tnx, or who iliri-- i llmi In Mhidi Hh. ber,, rn. Vn- abets such concealment of nic more carefully Investigated ruinous in (hp pitch nf flic Found de- - fuiud, finds arrayed against him the fore prosecution is begun. Many of MII1 llltfin rlinntfl In .1... ...... t.... entire strength of" this Ilurcau prcss-iii- these offenses are caused by ignortin- - wires uiih nijlni? temperature. Failure (o for .'.tie full civil and criminal ance and' carelessness. penalties. 'Thai is the attitude to- make the reports required by law may ward expressed in one !n some cases warrant severe penalsentence. Whether he is n moon-shi- n ties, as where the delinquent contin-. ues hit. delinquency after being warnfj u stealthy trafficker in drugs, a juggler of income ed of the penalty for failure to mnk figures, a delingucnt in making the return. However, if the delinquent corrective action, sworn return the law requires, or n takes immediate revenue violator of any other kind, und it is clearly established through the Ilurcau is charged with the duty investigation that he did not wilfully of hunting him out and exacting the violate the law, the llureau allows his liability te him to comprimise full punishment provided by law. "Toward the taxpayer who means snecific nenaltv bv tendering a nom- I inal sum of money. In such instances Complete facilities tc comply with the internal laws, fully nnd honestly, the llureau 'tile money is not really in compromise for the execution of extends a helping hand, cooperation but nsresjed to impress the taxpayer orders in any amount. with the taxpajcr is our watchword nj'ainst future violation. nnd objective. "But there is no relief, no com"These two contrasts the teeth of promise for the man who wilfully the law for the and the ivinles, wilfully neglects or wilfully Investok's violator, and the aid of every lawful falsifies. He is classed with other Mailed UroN Request agency for the voluntary taxpayer In the eyes of the Buare policies necessary to the success- reau and is vigorously prosecuted in N'o other course is ope." ful administration of tax laws under Ihc courts. modern conditions. to the Bureau, in meeting fairly and "One of the most difficult of the squarely the demand of the willing Helming Chambers & Co. many problems in lax collecting is to taxpayer "I will the otrer man's classify those who fail to fulfill the mut". There is a solemn respon.MViiiImt Ni'v Ytirk Sti k K linnet', obligations impend by law. The sibility thus existing between the hon404 W. Main St, Louisville, Ky, ilurcau is obliged to maintain a large est taxpayer and the Bureau to lorale stalT and to use the utmost discretion and punish the dishonest WATCH OUT! Mr. Tax Dodger; or ihc Goblins willGetYou". Having sold my farm, one-hamile from' Lancaster on the Buckeye pike, I will on lf ' SATURDAY, MARCH 1st, 1919, STOCKS BONDS at two o'clock, at the farm, rain or shine, sell to the highest and best bidder the following personal property to wit: One Registered Holstein Cowt Princess Johannah Korndyke, of New York. She is five years old and the best one in the county. Has been fresh only a short time and will give seven gallons of milk a day. This cow has 25 per cent the same breeding as three 40 pound cows, including K. P. pound cow. Pontiae Lass, the first One year old Holstein Bull, registered, son of Princess Johannah Korndyke and son of KingDe Kal Veeman, of New York. One Holstein neifer calf, registered, seven weeks old and daughter of, Princess Johannah Korndyke and daughter of Colipso Netherlands, of Bardstown, Ky. The sire of this calf holds the premium of being the best Holstein Bull in several states viz: Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky. One Jersey Cow six years old subject to register and will be fresh 4 Manual June 18th. One Jersey cow six years old, splendid milker, will be fresh March 17th. Que Jersey Heifer 11-- 2 years old; One Jersey calf 8 months old; One fine brood sow and pigs; Six shoats weight about 125 pounds. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One Wheat binder; Two buggies and harness; One good two horse spring wagon; One cutting harrow; One cutting box; One fodder sled; Two bales of new woven wire fence; One lot of good fence posts and gate posts; Feed and watering troughs; One new chicken brooder, never been used; One patent churn; Thirteen bushels of fine hemp seed; One New Cream Separator, new: Potatoes and many other things. TERMS easy and announced day of sale. De-La-V- al Why Do Louisville People Choose The Louisville Herald As Their Morning Newspaper? The answer is very simple: Louisville people prefer The Herald as their mornini; paper because they know that The Herald is, first of aH, a newspaper. That it is always first with the news when it is news; that its news is authentic; that it may be depended on. These are the primary reasons why most Louisville people when buying a morninu newspaper choose the Louisville Herald as their favorite morning newspaper. BOYD ISON, LANCASTER, KY. Wll, W. T. KING, Auctioneer. ' Putty Subit.tute. Sup- Tw0 BiteJ ,nd A (lioiip nniLitf.-ctlsut.llttite for f llr uinr lomparl-putttn M.ip tli crock.. In Room ami ,,. ,iav,. lm.n f,.ra.,,0(1 ,y m(K,.rn woodwork, may ho obtained l.y Ioiih. new comparlwin nre tak-Innowrp.tpers In n paste made of cuimple: A, tMr , pound of tlnur In three quarts of wa quickly over ns n inmle meal." Ilos-to- n ,,. f, HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES. BUSY All The News of the World, ' . a,n. ,.,..fr ter and ailillng a tcaspoonful of alum. Triuiscilpt. four cnrn. There urt nli Matements oi tn police uprrvllon ami the New Note In Street Music. A new note In Mini uhhIc l rlrurk Hip Strnml, where n iierfiirmcr on In piano-orgaexhibit it plncnnl Miillni: who him done that lip Id nn Sljns cf Mourning. I I ilpnlrc to tin well; nml, ma Ruarnntpo of jowl fnltli, tli plncnnl mncludiywlth Hip address of IiIh firm of tollcltor nml of lilt medical London Chruulclc. In I Inly Hip women wcur while ear- incut tn oliotv ihelr grief, mid Hip men (billies of Pronii line. In China white I uctl for mourning ly both mxc. In Turkey, Kjrlu, ('app'idociii and Armenia il' tin I hjup It I he usual tint. Ill llSM't JclliivWl lintttll, Hit' Iiup of Hip dead leaf, I" deemed proper; and tn Kthlopla the natUor near Kray aa the emblem of mournliii.'. 3ME DCE EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. I am ready to do your typewriting. take shorthand dictation and can come to I your office any evening or after banking hours. Office at Gulley House, phone 166. My rates ore reasonable and will appreciate your services. HUGH MOBLEY. IE DOCZ3E 31 IE W. a. Funeral Lancaster, Director OIHce Plion'e 18. RIGNEY. and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. ipo top of milk top tlo 1m rfore nprnlnR It; IX linnd far from dean may lme liandled It. may Lace curtain lie quickly mended liy dipping n piece of lace In to match cold march mid Ironing the piece over the hide; trim, and Hit place will nccr to tio-' tlcod. When making puMry liandle Mlth ni I llllle moisture in plhlp; the more crumMy It U the moro llaky It Mill lie. j When whole wheat right from the I granary can ho lioiinht for u few cents ill louiid. why huy cireala that nro no Ihellir and ot the or klx timet aa mucliT If OKiked until toft after hoak-lii- f, the gralnx crack, milking an Ideal food for growlii" children. It u.i alt other liri'iikfuxt foods It l.est cened Willi llllle or no eugar. Wheat lunU long, klow cooking; Hie fireles ciMiker la the llnest place to cook whole wheat. A most wholesome illli to he fcc'rvitl cither for nipjKT or luncheon la pota-too- n and baciiii. Tut n layer of thluly allced potatoea In a buttered baking illli nml pour over n thin white kiiuce nr flmply Masoned milk, with a few bits of butter. Lay over the top n fen- - fcllcea of bacon, act Into the oen and bake until the potatoca are tender. A mint delicious tapioca pudding li made Willi cauneil pears. A few prunea or cherries aro alo good. After preparing celer for tho tabla the tops and Mimll bits for soup. A severe cold ou the chest may bo relieved by n goqjl greasing with lard ami turpentine; one part of turpentine to two parts lard. A glass of hot milk la a good sleep producer. Tuke It JuM before retiring. When .making Trench dressing a small piece of Ice in tho salad bowl will blend and thicken the dressing quickly. While carrots are young and tender make some marmalade. Take IVi IHjunds of carrots, tho sumo amount of sugar nnd two lciu ons cut fine, excluding the seeds. Chop tho carrots and simmer until tender, then add the sugar anil cook "till! thick. 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In addition to its news features you will find daily in The Herald among other interesting features, n Fontaine Fox Cartoon, "Bringing Up Father", an Edgar Guest poem, Tad's "Indoor Sports," brilliant editorials, a magazine and woman's page; you'll find, in fact, in each copy of your Herald something for each member of the family. Give your local agent your order now; if there is nonein your town send in the coupon below with your subscription. Sample copy on request. , THE .LOUISVILLE HERALD KENTUCKY'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER. lit DAILY BY MAIL and 2nd Postal 7.oiu' Including All of Kentucky and Southern Indlvna. 1 Year 0 Mos. .MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDitESS GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. ie .$5.00 3 Mos S.260 I NAME Address R. F. D. No. Enclose Kind Check For Postollice Order.... $ Kxpress Order -- , Mo. 50 Mall following coupon with remit ance at once. Don't be without The Herald for a single dsy. . State Term Here 1 Year Mos 3 Mos 1 .. (I Mo By special arrangements with The Herald, The Central Record can otter the DailylLouisvllle Herald and The Central Record In combination by mall for one year for only $6.00, u saving of SOcts. Mall Your subscription to the office of THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KY. ! The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 27 1919. Sebastian. The Death Angels vlrited the home of Jlr. unit Mm. Homer Sebastian nnd claimed for Its victim their darling little bnbe. After n nhort Illness of bronrhinl pneumcnin the spirit of the little one took Its flight Inst Friday night between 7 Mid 8 o'clock. The precious little body wns Inld to rest The symat the Freedom ccmetoiy. pathy of the community (roes out to the fond" parents and relatives In their sorrow. THE CAPTAIN GET READY For The Income Tax Man. He will be in Do You Want ft Gar? BEFORE YOU BUY, BE SURE TO , By MARGARET L. AHERN. ICuprrllht, psper Syndicate wwwwwwv by TllcClurs Nw. 111. Lancaster Mar. 10 to March 15th. where ho can be consulted witljout charge. On arrival he will notify the POST MA.STF.lt nnd nil RANKERS They will where lie enn be found. tell you. "Bring in your figures, your problems, your doubts, nnd your questions" Is his invitation contained in the announcement of his coming visit. Collector of Internal Rcvcnuo John V, Hughes, Is sending one .of his deputies to help you. This free advisory service", writes ' Collector Hughes, "is planned for those who nro required for the first time to consider their llnbllity and mnko sworn returns. "Mnny thousands who were not affected by the prior Federal laws taxing incomes must this year file returns. Here arc the requirements. Every unmarried person who had n net income of $1000 or over during IUISj nnd every married person, wltc, together with wife (or husband) and minoi children, hnd n net Income of $2000 in 1918'. "I'ersons who ore taxable should make payment when filing their returns by attaching check or money ) GIVE THE Prewitt. t 1 On Feb. 20, the Death Angel entered the home of Jlr. nnd Mrs. Cum-tro- n Prewitt ami took from them their darling little fifteen months old boy, I.uther Wllvon, as he peacefully slept. Luther was mi usually bright ' Co 1 in his wlrdom has tyiu n for calling his own, and may rnrcnts 'ok lo the broken-hearte- d and docth all Hint who knoweth things well. He alone can comfort you nnd heal your hroken hearts. After short services at the grove all that was mortal of little Luther was hild to re3t in Freedom cemetery. The deepest sympathy of the entire community is extended the bereaved parents and little sister tc Dodge Car THE ONCE OVER. 8 p We can demonstrate one for you any day. Every "DODGE" owner sji well pleased owner " Anderson. Mr. David D. Anderson, nged years, died at his heme on Ih-- j Cruh Orchard pike last Wednesday of Infirmities due to his age. Although In feeble health for the past year or more, his death was sudden, having taken suddenly ill on Tuesday and died within twenty four hou.rs. "Uncle life, Throughout his long Dave" ns his friends loved to call him, of all who enjoyed the friendship bore his acquaintance nnd was an Behdnorable nnd upright citizen. side his wife, he is survived by two children, Mary Logan nnd Hlchard. all of whom were at his bedside when tho end came. The remains were taken to the fioshen cemetery last Thursday and laid to rest after appropriate services at the grave by Itev. J. M. Hobinson. I j 1 1 KINNAIRD BROS., Agents. . LANCASTER, KY. IT IS ONLY IN Doty. Mrs. Laura Stiles Doty, wife of E. G. Doty, was born December 28, 1889 at Sturkville, Miss., and died February 18, 1919, at her home in Pecos, after n short illness of pneumonia. Deceased was married to Mr. K. (!. Doty of Pecos, in 1912, Rev. J. B. Cole, then pastor of the Baptist church performing the ceremony. In 1913 Mrs. Doty was converted and united with the Presbyterian thurch and lived a consistent Christian life, true to the teachings of that faith. Her death was peaceful nnd as the end approached she triumphantly testified that she had no fear of death. She is survived by the husband, her mother, Mrs. W. C. Stiles, who has been with her since last fall except for a short time when called to Birmingham, Ala., on account of the death of a son. Another brother tur rit Ing I? in France. 'Funeral services were held at the family residence Wednesday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. W. A. Knight, pastor of the Baptist church, Inand Rev. J. B. Cole of Lubbock. terment was in Fairview Cemetery where the body was laid to rest in the presence of a large concourse of rorrowing friends. The above is taken from the Pecos, Toxas, Enterprirc and will be read with deep regret by friends and relatives here of the grief stricken husband .all of whom extend to him their heartfelt sympathy nnd condolence in the loss of his devoted wife. THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L That You Can Read About THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, as covered by the great Associated Press, The New York Times' special cable and wireless service, and Arthur B. Krock, The Courier-Journal- 's Editorial Manager, sent to Paris as a special staff correspondent. CONGRESS AND NATIONAL POLITICS, covered at Washington by Associated Press and by Tom Wallace, an Editor of The Courier-Journa- l, and Morton M. Milford, staff correspondents. NEWS OF AMERICA AND THE WORLD, covered by Associated Press and an army of special representatives. KENTUCKY AND INDIANA AFFAIRS, reported each day fully and interestingly by special correspondents. LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO PRICES and complete reviews of all other important markets reported by experts the most complete and accurate market page printed in Louisville. MOST QUOTED EDITORIAL PAGE in America, with Henry Watterson, Editor Emeritus, whose pen is as vigorous as ever. SPORTS, COMICS, SOCIETY, FASHIONS and everything else that goes to make up the best newspaper in the Central States. By Special Arrangement As-soci- Captain Wright carefully read the two luv llatlons before blin. Olio, on heavy while linen paper, with a gold monogram, requested the pleasure of Ids company at dinner the following Sunday evening. Th cnptnln laid the note on his dck nnd gazed nut of the barracks window with n slightly contemptuous smite whtrh might have been Interpreted tu plain Kigllh as follows; "Aunt Alicia ami Uncle thin arc all right, but they'd give me a 'stern-cours- e dinner of fancy stun that satisfy nniildn't their strenuous nephew. And then there'd bt Mildred Gnrliam llrooks for my dinner partner with Mrs. Brooks and Aunt Alicia beaming on us when they lliovsht we weren't looking. And after dinner I'd hate to listen to Mildred's simpering chatter for two hours or maybe she'd sing. I'd rather stay In camp over the week-end,The other Imitation wns a simply-worde- d not nV tnc Hint "some lonesome Imi)', who Is fnrnvvnv from home ronje (o dinner with Mrs. Jones on Sunday at one o'clock. The letter went on to explain Hint Sirs, Jones' run. WIIIIriii, mil it corporal In the rn-t- n Ill's company, but that nil of Ids Immediate friends In the company were from marliy home. A the rnptnln Inld Hint note aside there was tnlnMo In his eje , lint mount: I limy not qunl-If- ) "llelng twenty-eight- , ns n Inly, but I'm lonesome. And Juditlng from the time that Corporal Jones gels iu often the pies 'Hint mother used to make' can he found In hi home." Ho It hnpiwned Hint the next Sunday Corp. Wllllnm Jones received n great surprise. He bad been sitting lit Hie pnrlor window, eomfortnldy eiiMOiiced In ii morris chair, with Ids feel on another tlialr, nnd smoking, white he rend the Sunday paper. Such privileges and ense were not nllovved him In pre-wa- r times, nnd Wllllnin wns funking the most of the re.pect Ids family accorded his uniform, l'rnm Hie tllrlirn npiettlng odor drifted In to complete his satisfaction. he glanced out of the window to look for the expected guest, "ltopo he's a decent sort of n fellow," he muttered to himself. Then his pence of mind ws rndely A "gray touring cur drew dlsturhed. up nt his door, with Csptnlu llrlght driving It. Hcfnre Hill's startled gale his superior ofllcer mcthiidlrally shut off ttie engine nnd locked the car. and then, climbing out. covered Hi radln-to- r with n heavy robe. Illll Jumped up, littering the floor with Hie pnpers. and began to fumble In Ids pockets. "(toodness, Where's my pass!" he spluttered. "Ami whut on earth have I done nowT" Ho was still searching for his pass when the captain was ushered In by Mrs. Jones. She wns a stout, uiotherly womnn. and two silver bars on a klinkt shoulder meant nothing to her until she saw her William standing stiffly at attention. Captain Wright snapped a salute 111 return, and then laughingly sfok hands with the discomfited corporal. "No mora ceremony today, Jones." Ills frank smile put Hill at ease. "I'm Just a lonesome fellow with no plscu to go. And a mighty hungry one at order. "This tux is n war burden; It is n part of the price of victory, the greatest victory that the world hs.1 known. I believe the people of this District will meet it fully; nnd 1 nm j offering every facility of my office to "aid them to determine their indivl-- ! dual liability". ! Say Plan Is Certain To Be Putin Effect. The proposals to sink the Herman warships now in the Seupn Flow, it Is now generally stated In the Knglish newspapers. Is practically certain to be accepted by the l'cace Conference. It is also proposed, it is said, to raze the Island of Helgoland to the water level. According to the Mail both proposals, which originated In the British Admiralty, will be discussed at Paris in the next few days. The destruction of the ships is ad, vocated on the ground that their division among the victors would cause The vessels, numbering five battle cruisers, eleven battleships, eight cruisers and fifty dea-tryers, probably will be escorted by Allied fleets to a deep part of the Atlantic westward of the Scapa Flow and then sunk. The question of sur- -' rendered submarines will be consider-(e- d separately whether they shall be ' sunk or preserved. ' Another point for which the British naval delegates will press at the Peace Conference, says the .Mail, will be the razing of Helgoland. This would be a stupendous undertaking, I us the island Is about one-fift- h of a mile square and its highest point 190 feet, while the coast Is fortified with concrete and steel. An enormous quantity of explosives would be but, continues the newspaper, ,it would be the best way of consuming the (icminn reserves of high ex-- l( sives.'' After destroying the fortifications at Kiel, assuming the British conten tion for this action Is accepted, the .anal, the Mall says, could be handed over to a private company on the same lines us the Suez Canal. that." He sniffed appreciatively. "I don't apple pie." Mrs. often have home-mad- e Jones beamed nt this remark and the wily rnptnln went on to further win her henrt by telling her bow louely It was up In Hint big camp, with no folks to visit one and send delicacies Mich aS"the fortunnte Hill received, Meanuhlle, Illll, from whom all awe had departed nt the signs of human nnfure displayed hy his erstwhile coin, tunneling ofllcer, bad retired to the kitchen nnd brought his unu-ctlnsister, I'eggy, out tu be Introduced to their gilct. As the captain told her long afterwards, "In n ruttly apron, covered with pink rosebuds, she looked like mi ungel ready to serve ambrosia." Needless to say, the dinner pnrty was a great success, pnrtlculurly lh apple pie. After dinner the rnptnln voluntarily assigned himself to K. I'. duty, and became Initiated Into the mysteries of dlh wiping. It Is doubtful If ho would have been Interested In manipulating a dish towel. It Peggy hnd not been his partner Ir the K. 1'. work. Afterward, ho Insisted on taking them nil for n long ride Into the country, Peggy, of course, sut In the front sent with the driver, while Mrs. Jones, Illll and Hill's girl, vvore'ln back. The rnptnln's Invitation had been for dinner only, but It wus ufter teu o'clock Hint night when he and Illll returned to cump. A sleepy orderly amazement as stared In his captain und Corporal Junes contones about "driving versed lu fuuilllar home togelhur next Sunday," and then hook huuds cord'ally at parting. Tomorrow. said 'hut tomorrow never comes, being Invariably separated from today by anything from a full 24 hours down to u fraction of a second, and then In a wink suddenly springing upon us, but ut the same time changing Into today. Here Is au Interesting thing about tomorrow; "Yesterday tui day wus tomorrow; and tomorrow today will ba yesterday." 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