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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 6, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919030601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 6, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWKNIV NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 6, 1919. , e NUMBER 48. . Kindly accept Ihit as an Invitation to my Spilng Showing of Millinary, Saturday March Rth. Mist Minnia Drown. Eyes Examined ly the latest Scientific methods nml ghmes fitted by J. J. BYRNE, The immnp-rnivn- t of the I'ishl. ir Optometrist, tit Kcngarlan Hotel, Club who have the fishing privilege Lancaster, March 10 to ISth. nt the water works lake, earnestly request that the members of the club will not allow their children to go to In the Dental Office over the Ccn-t- the lake unattended. The rules of the organisation proIlctord I II. i ling, Dr. Penny linn p'accd the kuiditc Dental Limp, hy hibits the issuance of their tickets to crsoni under IU years of age, nnd which he cun vork nt nights with forbids persons under 8 going to the equal result as on clear days. lake unless accompanied by their par ents or guardian. These rules will By be strictly enforced this year. Tohc Itockcr who Uvea in Dunrnn-tow- n The water is deep and it Is dangerhail the misfortune to lone his ous for children to go there alone, home by fire Tuesday morning. The and in addition to this, the club suflow falls heavy on Tube as lie. was fered considerable damage to their able to save only n few things. Cause boats and in other wnys last year, b defective flue. which they wish t o avoid. The fishSice GAINES, til) Insurances Man. ing club has gone to considerable expense to stock and equip the Inkc in order that it may be n source of pleas ure to its members and it does not Mr. II. T. Lunsford lost his tobacco feel like accepting the responsibility barn last Friday afternoon by fire of any harm that might befall small A lot of farmcaused by lightning. bos through using their equipment ing implements, some corn and other without authority. valuables were destroyed. .Mr. Lunsford had a small insurance. Buy DO NOT ALLOW HARVEY HELM GARRARD'S BAD KILLING CRACKS AT The Children To Go To Dies Suddenly In Miss-Th- Assessment Raised By At Crab Orchard Sun CREATION. The Germans carried off from the Lake Unaccom- issippi. Death Shock Tax Commission day. manufacturing towns of Belgium all the engines nnd hollers nnd modern panied. $1,200,000. At the Crab Orchard depot mnchlnery they could j To-FriendSun-dny Sunlite Lamp. Loses Home Fire. Barn Burns. Pee GAINES tliu Ituurenrci Mnn Blow Stumps Not Huns. Uncle Sam has on his hands quantity of high explosives which he had expected to use in blowing the Heche to Kingdom Come. Now that he Is out of that interesting business, it has been suggested that this valuable matcrinl might be used tu blow out stumps and dig ditches. Loads And Loads. f IAI. I'ltlCt:. A bt; il. niicnt wngon and plow .;r:ir, sti'h ns bn citings, bridles, collars, rhcik lines lack band". Wo nr.- - making special prices on nil of th" nbuvn. LOOK II .FORK 1 l lil'Y W Z Kuwimt It. I . wagons, A car lor. i of Ilugkies, Wire Fence. SPEC A car lod A car loa d Stereopticon Lecture. Itev. V. V. Croper will give his stereopticon lecture at the Methodist Church next Tuesday evening March II, at 7:15. F.very member of the to be present. church Is invited Admission free. Others welcome. lEcv. C. II. Cri er the I'residing Elder, will also be present and hold i. conference with the men of the church after the lecture. 'Banker-FarmeA r Mixer' little over n year ago at North Lake, Wisconsin, a farm management elub pulled off n big program calling This Mixer". it a "Uanker-Fnrmc- r club was one of the first clubs in Wisconsin to make n careful study of the buslncM mnnngemcnt of farms with t,n bunker or two tu mem-beThese clubs nave done n great deal to develop certain rural districts In Wisconsin nr.il should be tried b) farmers and bankers in Kentucky. To Sell Personalty. loth, Mr. On Saturday, March Taylor Itaney will sell his entire livery outfit, consisting of horses, buggies, wagons, carriages und in fact everything usually found in n first class livery. Mr. Knney expects to devote his entire time to his farm. On Wednesday Mnrch 12th, the personalty of J. I. Ilourne will be sold Jit public auction. Bead nbout these sales in this Issue. Organization Pays. A meeting of delegates from the various units of the Queen City Milk 1'roduccrs' Association in Cincinnati, saved the day for the dairymen in n number of counties in Kentucky. The dealers in Cincinnati offered (3.70 per bundled for February milk whilo usked the producers $4.10. An agreement was reached placing the price nt $3 05, Organization in tlib enso saved the dairymen twenty.fivo cents on each 100 pounds delivered in February. LOST : I'ublic Square. it this office. Two blnde pocket knife on Finder please leavo It. On account of the illnass of Mrs. Italia Arnold Francis har spring show. Ing of Millln.ry will ba bald March 12 and 13th, instead of Saturday th 8th. Our philosopher says: To make concrete you'v got to mix exactly the right proportion of cement, sand an broken stone. To get eggs from a hen in winter, you cot to feed her the right proportion of meat scraps or other protein food. Hens are just live mixln' machines. The announcement of the sudden In n letter from the chairman of 'nth of Congressman Harvey Helm the State Tnx Commission to Judge at Columbus, Miss., last Monday Forrest Stnpp, received Inst week morning came ns n distinct shock to stated that the commission thought his numerous friends throughout the that there should be nn increase on district. Acute indigestion caused lands In Garrard county of not less his death, ns lie had not been well for than $1,100,000 nnd on town lots of several days, nml it wus thought that not less than $100,000 and that the he was suffering with n slight attack matter would be taken up at Frank of Influenza. When he wns taken fort on Monday March 3rd. with acute indigestion, be lived only Judge Stapp Immediately got busy u few hours, dying shortly after 3 nnd sent the following delegation to o'clock Monday morning. Frankfort to make a protest against Congressman Helm and Mrs. Helm such a raise. Judge L. U Walker, had been In Mississippi for several County Attorney G. C. Wnlkcr and weeks where he had recently pur- County Commissioner, A. T. Scott chased a large plantation and recent were sent. They succeeded in get-tin- g announcements from there stated that $50,000 off of the lands and he expected to make his home in $25,000 off of town lots Columbus at the expiration of his The present assessment brings the term in Congress. t'lxnble property of Garrard county Seven times he hail been honored up to $13,000,000.00 which is nhout with the election of Congressman nauble the amount as assessed two from this district and had he lived years ago. until March 4th, he would have started on his seventh term. After his election last November Mr. Helm announced that he would retire from politics after his present term to The regular March term of the He had Ten farmers' clubs down in Pulaski which he wns County Circuit court will County met nt Somerset recently to many warm fiicnds in Garrard nnd Garrard convene here next Monday morning, a henvy vote here. purchase fertiliiers. Five fertilizer always recei.-eThe Interior Journal says of his for a three weeks term. companies were represented by bids The docket shows nbout seventy so the farmers were nble to contract death: "Although born in Danville, Mr. common law cases; one hundred coopcratiwdy for their ncid phosphate Helm was a Lincoln county product. Equity cases; nine Equity appear and basic slag for the spring. Common His father, Harvey Helm, war farm-in- g ance cases and forty-tw- o out on the Knob Lick pi.;, on the wealth ca.es. There are no murder place now owned by J. 11. Tnxton, cases on the docket. Sheriff Walker has the petit and and !i il moved to Danville so that his house- older rhlhlic:i might nave the benefit composed of the following Squire J. I'. Ilourne sold his hand- of gooil se.iools. It was durim; this grandjury summoned; they will be some home on the Danville pike Just period tl t Congressman Helm fiui keepers and citizens of the county. outside of the city limits, to Mr. Hen saw the light of day. His father died PETIT JURY: Tom Slavin, H. Swope, of Hryantsville, possession to about 1878. His mother, who was n Clay Sutton, Henry Montgomery, Ebb be given nt once. This is one of the .Miss Craig, died a dozen or r.'cre Scott, George Wilson, J. E. Anderson, prettiest homes in or near town and years ago. He leaves three sisters, Sam Cotton, J. W. Gulley, William contains nbout 15 acres of land. Mrs. Lettie Helm of Cincinnati, Mrs. Onstott. Henley Bastln, T. S. Hughes, The price was private. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Brown, of Louisville, und Mrs. Kay Williams, E. B. Sutton, Job Mar- Swope and family will be heartily J Frank Walton, of Cincinnati. An see, Luther Itaney, J. II. Smith, Scott welcomed to our city. oliler brother, Sam Helm, died many Huffman, Jack Edwards, Carl Blake-maG. V. I'ence, Thomas Arnold, years ago. There were several other children of the family who died in George Denney, Milton Ward, S. J. their infancy. Mr. Helm came of Bourne, W. C. Wynn, W. E. Moss; W. fine old Kentucky stock, both the L. Glass, Jr., Forest Calico, J. M. I :.. II..I.... ..n.l fV.,l.. I. !.... HI Meadows. Ed Perkins, John Hill, H. The Club tickets for l'lacid ..v.. .id M.ii v(Mi,;a uciik U l.l mum fluential families. He was Sit years I W. .McAfee, S. B. Pelphrey, Joe Kel for the season are now ready and can ..i.i i i. .. -.i me ..inauu uiiii ii uiviiiucr Ol .i. ly, Hiram Pendleton, Leslie Bruner. be obtained upon application to win, GRAND JURY Doc Lee, Charley Judge Stapp, the club secretary. The I'resbyterian church of this city. Deceased had been frequently Anderson, Nath Bogie, It. H. Batson, dues for the current year are fifty Ed Price, Calvin He represented this county J. W. Bryant. cents for old members, and to be honored. Hulctte, J. G. Doty, Newt Grow, A. classed as on old member, you must in the Legislature, was county attorW. Knvannugh, Am Bourne, It. K. have paid fur nnd held u ticket last ney two terms, wns u delegate to the at Speake, Jim Foster, James Sutton, year. Persons who have been mem- democratic national convention Joe Duncan, J. L. Dunn, M. S. Long, bers but who foiled to pay dues for Kansas City and six times had been Had he lived a Sam Sutton, Bob Boain, Hirnm Kay, l'JlH will be classed ns new members elected to Congress. G. H. Buble. S. B. Doolin, Joe Hamand will be rharged $2. for n ticket, day longer he would have died on the which is the regular fee for new day his term of office expired. Had ilton and Nat Trcwitt. he lived until Tuesday, he would have members. The above course was decided upon begun the term he was elected to last at the regular annual meeting of the November. He was educated here and nt Itichmond having graduated Club last week. with honors from Central University The Willard Memorial service of at the latter place some d years ago. He studied law under the late the W. C. T. U. was held .Mar. Ut. at Col. T. I'. Hill, taught school for. the home of Mrs. J. B. Kinpnird A great" many were present nnd awhile nt 1'erryvllle and practiced law' Secretary Wilson, of the Depart- for a brief period at l'ineville, after during the social hour n most delightwhich ho returned to Stanford and ful lunch was served. ment of Ij.Iioi, says: Mrs. Kinnalrd began tho program "The present period cf rrrdjust-mei- it resumed the practice of his profes- by explaining the object of the Memis the crili'iii tir.ie. If we can sion. Wil-lai- d Less than two years ago Mr. Helm orial service in honor of Miss pai t''ioug.i it snfci" we h.ivo before and that the fund that is given us fiuin eight '. ten years of Indus, was married to Miss Mary llruce, of on this cannon is not to b.i ent for tri ll activity equal tu ny wuvo of this city. There was never a happier ' a of stone thf only a few prosperity we eve.- - have had. Hut if pair and they were Just getting ready ' r.ii'iummt can see, but to proniot.1 the Intereit I there is any ciii.i. unemployment, to live when the end came." It was Mr. Helm's wish that no of 'lie prohibition cmis?. She n'so there will be n period of industrial spoke of the rejoicing ivir the leth unrest which may lead us m u repeti- Congressional committee be sent to Amendment. tion of the French or the Hussinn his burial nnd his wishes were acceded Mrs. Henry Moore, Mrs. II. S. Hud-to- n to. The burial took place at Buffalo revolution". and Secretary Lane, of the Department cemetery ut Stanford jesterday af- esting Miss Helen Gill rend interarticles. The four pastors of of the Interior, saysj "If Congress ternoon before a large gathering. the churches were present. It was will appropriate the relatively small Brief services were held at the grnve regretted that Mr. Moorman came too sum which I have asked for the con- by ltcv. P. L. Bruce of that city. late to take part in th-- j exercises. in struction of Messrs Hudson, Pulmeter nnd Stroth. every State in the Union, I can offer er made short enthusiastic talks on jobs almost immediately to 1000,0110 piohibition, showing that their hearts of our returned fighting men, thus are in the good cause, and that the helping tu stem the tide of industrial W. C. T. I', may depend upon the unrest predicted by Secretury WilWhen Washington farmed all seed to help in the fight against son; provide farm homes for 25,000 was sown by hand. He saw that this ministers tho liquor traffic. Especially did the of these men, thus nilgrnting the evils method distributed seed badly so he ladies enjoy tho "bouquet" given the und bring into cultiva- made u "barrel plough" which was the W. C. T. U. in the speech that Mr. tion 1,500,000 acres of nt present un- beginning of our modern gruin drill. Strother made. productive land, thus helping to make In writing to a friend ho said that it The roll was called and eleven new up the deficiency in the rate of did not do good work in land "that is enrolled, which now makes a land as compar- very full either of stumps, stones, or mimes grow tli of cultUutcd membership of 50 women and 12 growth of our pop- large clods; but where the ground is ed with the rate of honorary members. ulation. There can bo no surer tolerable free from these und in good Mrs. Fnrra made n statement about for the Nation than to put tilth, and particularly in light land, I the first organization of the Lancasam certain you will find it equal to its men upon the soil." ter W. C. T. U. at the Christian your most sanguine expectation, for church. May 20, 1884 with thirty-on- e FOUR OUT OF SEVEN Indian corn, wheat, barley, pease, or members. Only two of the Charter Statistics show that 4 out of every uny other tolerably round grain,. .A members aro here now, namely Mrs. 7 hatching eggs are wasted, of course, small bag, containing about a peck of Farra and Mrs. Dolly Brown. more than this number listen, but on the seed you are sowing, is hung to During the program the junior account of the weakened condition the nails on the right handle, and with member, Miss Martha Ward Sweeney of the parent stock the chicks soon u small tin cup the barrel Is replen- sang two beautiful songs. die. Build up the vitality of your ished with convenience, whenever it Thus ended a delightful and inB. A. is necessary, without loss of time, or teresting meeting. old hens by giving them REMEDY, It waiting to come up with the seed-baTHOMAS' POULTUY W. are announcing our early show, makes strong fertile eggs by toning at the end of the row". ing of Spring Millinery March 12 and up the dormant egg organs, increasing the percentage of healthy chicks. Held Ostcr Farmer's sale adv i n 13th. Give us a call. Mrs. Ralla Arnold Francis. W. A. Dlckerson. bulk page. Get it from us. Farmers Together. BIG COURT To Open Here Monday. Sells Suburban Property. Get Your Fish ing Tickets. l. Willard Memorial Service. A Prediction And An Answer. morning Grndon Thompson, the son of Clinney Thompson, who lives some two miles East of Crab Orchard, shot nnd killed Pate King, Jr., and dangerously wounded his brother, Sam King, both sons of Mr. and Mrs. Pate J. King, of the East End. Thompson only fired two shots and took to his heels ns soon as he had done so. Sheriff II. C. Baughman was notified of the tragedy nnd he and Deputy Sheriff Rob ert T. Lewis left at once for the scene nnd began a search, which was kept up for several hours, but without avail. They went to the home of Clinney Thompson and he promised the officers that he would notify them if his son came there and would hold him until they arrived. He was greatly shocked over what his son had done. At an early hour Monday morning Sheriff Baughman was called by Mr. Thompson nnd told to come after the boy, which he did, and he is now in jail awaiting the result of i'nm King's wound, which is in the breast and is considered a serious one. The boys had had words up town that morning and the killing at the depot was the result. It seems that Sam King and Thompson were in love with the same girl and King had recently received a picture of her, which he told Thompson and according to Frank Boone, remarked that no "s n of b h is big enough to take it away from me". This In censed Thompson and words followed. Thompson left and went to his home and also to a neighbor's. At his request Frank Boone, a son of Geo. D. Boone, who is a neighbor of Thompson, hitched up his horse and brought Thompson to to.vn. Boone sa he did not know that Thompson nad a pistol, until he was nearly to town. and then he did not make any threats. Arriving at the depot Thompson found the King boys there and called Pate King out of the depot nnd told him that his brother hnd done him a dirty trick. "No dirtier than you have done many a time", answered King. Sam King, seeing the two in dulging in hot words, came from the depot toward them and nt the sight of him Thompson drew his pistol and fired two shots. One killing Pate King instantly and the other danger ously wounding Sam King. Frank Boone was arrested ns an accomplice and he is under guard, Chief of Po lice George T. Wood looking after him. He talks freely about the trouble and seems to feel that he had no part nor parcel in it. As stated above the King boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Pate J. King nnd have been quiet, penceable fellows. The death of one and the wounding of the other is a terrible blow to the parents and in their great grief they have the sympathy of all who know them. The King boys arc nephews of Attor ney B. Hansford, their mother being a 3istcr of his. Interior Journal. that transport. They are evidently very fond of souvenirs. Belgium on the other hand needs no souvenirs. There Is no question but that she will remember Germany for centuries to come. Senator Borah courteously declined to attend President Wilson's "nt home" to the foreign affairs committees of congress February 2Gth. If Senator Bornh should later decide to give a pink tea at the committee rooms, would it be incumbent upon the president to send regrets? The era of fighting is over and the era of investigation is well begun. To prevent unemployment we would sug gest that each soldier as he is dis charged should be placed on an investigating committee. Our army in France seems to have had much more courage than artillery and a much larger stock of moral strength than of aeroplanes. No one can be in two places at Merger of once. Congressman-elec- t to spend Wisconsin fully expected But an imsome time In congress. portant engagement for twenty years at Fort Leavenworth is likely to pre vent. LOCAL RED CROSS To Name Committee on Nursing Activities. Letters received ut Lake Division headquarters show great interest among Lake Division Ked Cross workers in the proposed development of the public health nursing service nnd the Ked Cross courses of instruction in home hygiene and care of the sick, and home dietetics which were temporarily interrupted by the war activities. Chapters in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky are organizing chapter committees on nursing activities as the first step in properly carrying on this work of community protection. The committee of the Garrard County Chapter must incindo n representative of tho local cUic club or the woman's club, one member of thi locul board of health, of thi board of education, of the medical association, of the Chamber of jCommerce or board of trade, one member of the clergy, one member of the chapter home service section, und a representative Ked Cross Nurse appointed with the approval of tho Division Director of Nursing. Other local public health nursing agencies and the Junior Ked Cross ure also to be represented on this committee according to instructions received from national headquarters by the Lake Division Department of Nursing, through which department the development and direction of the public health program Is to be carried on. Washington Built A Drill. If tho present irruption of Bolshev ist marksmen continues, becoming a will be prime minister in Europe equivalent to taking out a burial permit. General Pershing's attitude toward a possible Presidential nomination is most praiseworthy. It is seldom that a man is so absorbed in his own proper business as not to heed the lure of a G. O. P. nomination. The bullet fired nt Clcmcnceau not only struck him but the peace con ference ns well. 'No beer, no work" buttons arc in change! How conditions evidence. The old rule was "no work, no beer". y Germany in the aggregate consists of nothing but debts. And this is not reckoning its debt to mankind in general. Premier Clemcnceau, receiving the intcr-nllie- d women, said that "when people once came to an agreement they had better part". The converse, i. e., that people who differ should remain together until they come to an agreement, is only applied in the case of Juries. Alcohol is weakened, tobacco is going up in smoke, but coffee still holds its grounds. If any one asks you what is going on, tell him that taxes are going up, prices are going down, the country is going dry, congress is going home, the president is going back, business is going to pay, and we're all going to be happy. On account of her services as n surgeon in the Civil War, congress passed a bill permitting the late Dr. Mary Walker to dress In male attire. It would be well if congress in these days should pass another bill of the zame nature requiring the conscientious objectors to wear feminine garb. Tho Prohibitionists showed their fighting spirit in fighting spirits. It apparently will be Victory Lib- erty short term notes Instead of bonds But in the next April campaign. vhether they arc notes or bonds, it is up to you and me to subscribe tJ our limit anyhow. We wonder, from what comer if the land or seas the marines "Ee Yah" yell will next be heard. If railroad wages keep up we shall soon have an aristocracy of wealth in porters possessing which Pullman yachts nnd brakemcn owning Packard cars will figure. It was probably when President Wilson beheld the suffragists that he first fully realized he was again on his dear native shore. You have to burn the candle at both ends if you mnke both ends meet these days. The night gown strike is the latest weapon of the militant suffragist. Wo predict it will be effectual. Our philosopher says; The farmer who uscsr only his hands can't succeed. He's bound to mix brain wort with hand work to make much money. No, young man, you can't take any more liberties with "Liberty Bell" than any other belle. She was named that because she was born on armistice day while her father was fighting for liberty in France. While collecting curios, war relics and the like, why not get a piece of copper from a Kentucky distillery? When you are telling the grand chil- All The Styles in spectacles and eyeglasses the Byrne Optical Service. fitted by dren of those good old days you can give a little illustration. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 6, 1919 MT. HEBRON Mr. Millard llnmm Is III. Mr. W. L. Grow who has been on the sick list Is Improving. Mr. J. I). Dcnn was In Lexington ami Nlcholasvlllc, recently. Mr. John Sanders Mrs. Steve folks here. Mr. John Hicks and family of tan enster were with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hicks here Sunday, Mr. Wm. Crawford nnd family of Sulphur Well spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. J. I. Crawford here. Mr. t.ourie Shcrrow ami children of llui'im Vista, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Montgomery. Mr. Hamlet Jennings nnd family. Misses Ruth ami Mnble Montgomery were in Danville shopping lnt Wed nesilay. .Mr. (!. W Thompson bought of Mr, Wnlkcr of Tentitsvlllo Is with Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos jt 125, PUBLIC Having sold my place, I will on Hick. spent frou Thursday until Sunday with home Wm. Duncan n harness horso prko he sohl to Mr. Dillnrd Itni'iilW-In horse for $1(10. Mr. nnd Mrs. Author Montgomery nre rerelveing congratulation, over tl.e nrrivnl of n linby girl who hits been chrUUlietd llcul.i Grace Mr, Irvin Dean who tins been stn tloned nt I'nmp Tnylor was discharged from service nnd he nnd his wife returned to their home here Inst week. Rev. I), F. Sebastian filled his appointment here .Sunday nnd delivered nn excellent sermon from Isinh fl;f, The Sunday School gave the offering to the Ky. Baptist Children's Home. The nmount being $S(.02. Cljde, the little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Humphrey died nt th'lr homo near Locust Grove Thursday-morninHe hnd been kulfcnng from rheumnllsm and pneumonia for several dajs. He wns l.'l cf,r of no. After funeral services nt the church Friday morning InUimtn: In Mt. Hebron cemetery. Much ym pntr.) is extended the hxreave I father, mother ter nnd brothers Wednesday, March I2th AT TEN O'CLOCK. 3 C 3C WHY NOT BUY CLEN LILY U GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT-WITHO- UT mile from Lancaster, Ky., on the Danville road, offer for sale to the highest bidder the following personalty: One-ha- lf BLEACH OR BLEND. GARRARD MILLING COMPANY One pair of five year old mules 16 hands high. Three good Poland China brood sows bred to 3C 3 CDC One pair of four year old mules 16 hands high. registered male. and pillage. All that nn honorable, A TRIUMPH One pair of three year old mules 151-- 2 hands. Eleven shoats weighing about 70 pounds. self respecting nation could not posOF TRUTH. sibly be. These mules are all good workers and sound. 100 Bales of good straw. And Uncle Sam W rrcogniied by Not the hn.it by any means of the triumphs of America's participation the world at large M the apostle of Two good mares six years old, About 70 barrels of corn in the crib. of in the world war was the triumph of Justice and right, tho champion truth. The triumph of open handed freedom ami liberty; the incarnation Two extra good milch cows to be fresh in Apr. 150 Bales of good mixed hay. American policies pitted against the cf truth always open ami above board, Live Stock and Feed Farming Implements. e wagons, one riding Avery plow, Two Two new Oliver Clilled plows, Two new double shovels. One Hicks Cultivator, One John Deere cultivator, One Mowing Machine, One cutting harrow, One drag harrow, One A Harrow, Two sets of wagon gear and lot of plow gear, Two hay frames. Some Household Furniture, One Oakland roadster automobile in good condition, and a lot of other things too numerous to mention. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. two-hors- Always at hand, Without worry or wait Tne house wives say And declare it is so, It's a dead sure success When mixed Into dough. j CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. R. K. Swope J. P. Bourne. Friends hero received a telegram announcing the sudden death of Mrs. Lucy Hills Hardy at Term Hauto Ind. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. II. Hutchius and little daughter of Danville ucre with Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kcniidy last wetk. Mr. und Mrs. O. M. Moreland and littlo sun, Jumes 1!., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Herring at Georgetown this week. Mesdames E. II. ami J. Hogan Ballard and Misses Zilla Dawes and Margaret Woolfork were visitors in Danville, Friday. Messrs W. T. Woolfolk and It. Doo-ti- n of Lexington motored over for u call Sunday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ballard. Quito a number attended tho I.eav-e- ll sulo Thursday, and farming Implements and stock of all kinds brought good prices. In tho Dental Office ovui thi Ccn-tr- t! Kfi'oH I uil l ug, Dr. IVr.ny has (laced the runlite Dintal Lamp, by which he tan v crk at with equal results as on clear days. Office I'hone 217. Home 247. Your Patronage solicited. M. K. Denny, Dentist. Dr. II. A. Dawes was called to Georgetown last week to marry Miss Clara Mae Iloswell to Mr. Jack Holland Dycus of Murray, Ky. George Washington Hicks of High Bridge was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery Thursday. Funeral services conducted by Rev. G. S. Conant. BOURNE. Mr. Floyd Curtis has purchased n beautiful new Kimbal piano. Mr. Floyd Curtis und family spent Sunday in Richmond. Mr. Sid Doolin has purchased a new five passenger Ford. Mr. Wm. Duncan sold Mr. G. W. Thompson a horse, price $140.00. Miss Addie Mue Marsce was visiting Miss Lucille Huffman, Friday and savior of democracy His voice in the world's council commnnds universal respect. We simrly dare not fall short of his We must hold up world position. his hands to the last gasp. We must support htr.i to the last dollar. We murt vindicate hit world's esteem, other. We must make this hist Victory-Liber- ty Money had flowed like water Loan a tremendous success, through her subterranean channels Failure to da so means eternal of Cost was counted least. Itesults were nlua)s held shame for us, individually, before the paramount, whether attained by fair wolld. means or foul. Deceit, deception, Ait(C EireraleX lies, misrepresentation, were her ir, Amons I lie Aster rn f.f Mexstock In trade. ico were found it, t.y ft, cuernM.. And in the end they failed her to They were t'o,iis!v nil. nnd It N the last one. from tld source thnt the inagnlrWnt Forty jenrs of planning, careful, rmrrolds nw forming part of the thorough to the last letter royal nrileetlnn of Spain are supposed secretive, .of efficiency, preceded her throwing to hae been taken. down of the gauge of battle. Nothing had been overlooked that made The Profitable Nleket. Like the humble ii nt, the Increased for her quirk and deilnivo victor), tt eolnnBe of which was recently Save for sturdy little Belgium at Jit this column, the nickel Is In the outset, and the predominant strength of Uncle Sam at tho last greater demand than - ter. That l moment, another story might have fortunate, for the fur,- tulue of those 'token coins" Ii so mudi great-- r than been told. he Milne of the imtnl they contain Today Germany stands branded be- I'i t the profit In iimniifiictiirlug them, fore the world 111 the epitome of all Keillor with u sllsht irollt In manu- th.it was possible in the wny of Miring tho rlilnor sllicr coins, more treachery. All that wus conceivable '. n inccjs the entire running ei- ;i c of the mint. In the way of atrocity. Youth' All thnt was hateful and vile in the way of outrage scheming ami spying and subterfuge of I'rusiianism, (lermany, for years, had maintain-en ?)tcm of insidious propaganda, not only throughout all Europe but in She had sought to poison America. the minds of all the peoples of earth, nation by nation, the one against the the defender of the ideals of human-tty.vth- c il-z- zii has sold the "old BRYANTSVILLE Swope homestead" to C. M. Dean, Ii. H. C. Hublo has purchased a new I., and R. I. Burton. Buick Six. ic Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Elder of MIs3 Zilla Dawes spent, last Tueswere guests of Mr. and Mrs. day i.i Lexington. J. II. Ballurd Sunday. Dr. Doolin and son of Somerset are Dr. B. A. Dawes Is attending the with Mrs. David Kankin, Jr. meeting of the Trustees at GeorgeMajor I'hillips is visiting llolman town College this week. Glass at Camp Nelson this week. Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Bryant spent Mrs. E. T. Uurgess is visitini; her Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farley In Jessamine County. aunt, Mrs. Adams at Lexington. Mr. V. K. Davis bought the farm Miss Margaret Woolfolk has return-e- d owned by V. L. Glass containing 140 to Lexington after a visit to acres. friends and relatives here. Itcv. G. S. Conant and M. O. Ken. Mr and Mrs C. M. Dean and Misses nedy were In Wilmore on business, Pearl Iloswell and Stella Mae Grow Friday. were in Danville, Saturday. .Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Davis ami little J. C. Williams und Ii. D. McMur-tr- y were in Lancaster on business, son, Newton were with Mrs. Belle Saturday. Davis in Jessamine Sunday. Miss Eliza Ison has returned from Miss Jane Bowling of K. C V., a visit to relatives and friends at spent the past week-en- d with Miss Annie Lee Eubanks ut Stanford. Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. R. 1'. Brown spent Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Burton and Miss Fannio Dowden were Lexington vis. the past weekend with her mother, Mrs. Dora Cochran of Lancaster. itors Saturday. Mesdames B. II. Halcomb, J. C. W. C. Rose has returned from u visit to his brother G. C. Hose nt Eau Williams and Miss Eliza Ison were In Lexington Wednesday for the day. Galli, Florida. iczzii 1 ii ii irn Have n lour Tires Retreaded Dry-Cur- Vulcanizing process of retreadingnot half sole and can rebuild a tire at less than half price. e We use the 3500 MILES GUARANTEED Any Saturday. Misses Emma and Lillian I'icrce were guests of Miss Louclla Doolin, Also sectional repairs on Blowouts. make of tire. Phone 798. Friday night. Mr. Joe Aldridge and family were visiting Mr. und Mrs. Millard Hamm last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Huffman are receiving congratulations over a baby girl, christened Virginia 1'earl. The Danville Buick Go L. D. CONN. Proprietor. niu Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. 3CZ3C 31 IC DC t3C The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 6, 1919. "I ran't afford II," are har.l word, for tlm Amrrlrnn to any, t'it In tlie very net of aaylnir them ho I. on ny lo trl.it lh to AfTord It. B. Ii I'oit. SUMMER 1 SALADS. Buy A Good Mule Or Horse For the Farm Here's nn opportunity that won't come attain unless there is another world war. A superior lot of Government mules and horses will be sold at the Kentucky State Fair grounds, in Louis ville, Ky., on Friday and Saturday, March 7 and 8, 2 II mime of Mind may mean fruit, fish, flesh or fowl, tint t nun-tln- ti (lie counties comhlna-limi- t. vepetahle 1 lI EVERYBODY KNOWS VMYE-IN-HEA- Siln:uli Erceii I it pxii it til he iimmI n D MEANS BUICK rahnl M Co"-'- m after conked. It 11 Im'I'H has Senu 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 Passenger 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. COMMUNITY WORK! I with I't'C nnd n holled mind drelnc, with n lilt nf finely linipi-.- l union. Chopped chlvei inuy ! unl In place of tin- - onliiii ninl I'nnrli dress-- I ii C In plnci" of tln IkiIIiiI dreslliir. Kri'li crccii niilini rut lip nvor itIi leWiee ninl mtvi'iI with rrinch tlress- I n K In a must wholesome Milml. 1'resh crecn onlont sliced In mur (renin, seiiMiiied wllli Fill t ninl ll few dnshei of paprika, la another tasty Milml t prepare In a hurry. Lettuce, peanuta mnl (hopped union with French ilrcssttiK I uniither pkmI ciiiiililnatlnii. Cheese mnl celery Is n italnty cnnihl-natio- n when one wants something out of tlw onlliiary. Stuff the short, trailer stnlki of the celery wltli crated niiwiinl rlii'pip, or with cri'iim cheese, lildi tuny l.p tlnttil preen If desired. I'rrnrh dressing Is lisunlly prepared tiy using one part of lnegar to tlirro parts of oil, with gait nnd pepper to tale. A (linneo from tin- - onlliiary Is liinili; liy adding ii ti'ii'poonful of catchup, or otliiT much, nunc chopped green popprr nnd serve tills on sliced cucumbers or on toinatiH". Served on heml lettuce with chiles this Is especially good. Itadlshcs nnil green peppers served on letture with mayonnaise Is another salad worthy of note. Waterings It one of our most val-imsalad plants; hclng rich In mineral matter makes It n good tunic. Brazilian Salad. Here Is n dainty titbit to place before one's friends. Take equal parts of Mired pineapple n nnd Mraulicrrles, with n dozen nuts, cut In thin slices after reuniting the hrown skin. Let stand to marinate In 11 little Trench dressing mid servo with majonnalse on lettuce. Itoqucfort ilieese, n tahlcspoonful finely (hopped. sprinkled over head lettuce, with French dressing. Is a wind worth trying. for cash or certified check to the highest bidder. Sale commences at 9 o'clock n. m. The war is over and the Government has no further use for these animals. They are sound, fat and in CNcellcnt condition, just the kind of horses and mules Un-l- e Sam uses. Every animal has been worked within the last two months. Sale will be held in closed pavillian. All necessary help given by the Quartermaster in loading ami billing stock for shipment. AUXILIARY REMOUNT DEr'OTj No. LOUISVILLE, KY. 319. PHONE 174 TAYLOR. Recover Your Ford Top at Home. If ; your dealer doei not carry our Recover and Curtains In stock, write us for People eet hungry for creens In the prices. j g'lrinirtur.c just ns they arc anxious to cat fresh cirjrs. People's appetites Falls City Buggy Co. nre iiuite often nbiolutcly correct in ( 119 South Second St selecting what their sy;tem needs. LOUISVILLE, KY. (Ircens not only supply a valuable rouchnce in diet; but they also Rive a growth not to be obtained from i wheat, corn, lie.ins or any other seed. I Of course, everybody has been told It Is not profitable to keep bees in bows, nnil kegs or hollow logs, since repeatedly by the family physician it Is impossible to learn the condition that greens are rich in minerals and of the bees. Tie wax moth nnd bee therefore good for one's health. N'ow discuses lurk in there old fashioned the scientists have found in leaves bee houses. It cannot be urged too nnd other green foods n peculiar mb-stanwhich they cull "fat soluable .strongly that tin keeping of bees in the movable frame hive is the most A". This rame substance which prosatifactory way. The beginner in motes growth is also found in conhandling bees will find "Klenients of centrated form in butter and the lleekecping'', Circular No. CO, a most jolksofeggs. A namber of interesting exper'ments have been made nnd helpful booklet. It is strictly and is just ready to others arc now in progress ut the come olT the press. A line to the Kentucky Experiment Station in the College of Agriculture at Lexington value of this substance in producing is all that is necessary to secure this growth iiiyoung chickens nnd young valuable book. fats. Greens Give Growth. Top J House Bees Properly. CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OP LANCASTER Capital and Surplus SIQO.OOO.OO Assets Over One Halt Million Dollars. ON II. V Hudson. V. "ROLL OF HONOR' Asst. Cnchicr. President, J. J Wnlker, V Pres. W O, liigney. .Mrs. N. C P. Champ, Cashier, Joe J. Wnlker, Asst. Cashier, Hamilton, Clerk. r4filwT Diaw A Check for the money jmiove nnd note how much inure respectfully s otir creditors rc- L'urd yon. They like lo do litifinoss with a man v.lm has an account at the Girrard Bank & Trust Co They know he U doing Luslness in a busiren like uny. lletter open nucli an account r en it jour aUslrH sre not large. Thev will grow nil right. Think of the happiest and nt the and same time the most wide-nwiik- c progressive family you know -- the one which most closely illustrates your idea of family life. Analyze the secret of their success, and you will probably find it lies in their power of cooperation and comprom- -' ise. No member insists in currving out his own wishes regardless of the' interests and wishes of the others. Rich claims n little and yields a little. I The real basis of their life is u spirit of mutual help nnd forbearance. The community is only a larger family. satisfactory To accomplish results there must be u body of citi zens working together in harmony. And in order to achieve anything worth while, each man must not in- sist too strongly upon his own wishes nnd idens. When he finds that they ' conflict with the ideas of others he must be prepared to yield the less essential details of his plan or perhaps to attain only part of his object. If the public improvement which he hns at heurt seems desirable! enough to warrant it, he must be ready to support his neighbor's pet project (if it is not distinctly nn un- worthy one) in order to gain the neighbor's support to his own object. He must control his temper, study tlie personality of the man ho is dealing with, ue tact nnd consideration. These nre ipialities we must nil cultivate to work with each other successfully and to do our part In the community life. The Bi Home RICHMOND, There KENTUCKY. be sales held on the following dates The Garrard Bank ii & Trust Company k STUFFED IIP WITH Match 7th, lOtli and 12th and closing with the last sale on March 14th. WILL APPRECIATE THE REMAINDER OF YOUR TOBACCO. "A BAD COLD?" THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Get busy with a bottlo of Dr. King's New Discovery, at once Capital $50,000. Surplus 430,000. A. It! DKNNY, President. J. E. STOKMKS, Vicc-Pres- t. CHAIil.IK THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DKNNY, Cashier. RANDOLPH HAKIMS, Individual HUfHI SIOHLKY, General Coughs, colds and bronchial attack they arc all likely to result indangcr-ou- s aftermaths unless checked in time. And how cdcctivcly and quickly Dr. King's New Discovery helps to do tho Inflamed, Irritated checking workl membranes are soothed, the mucous phlegm, loosened frccly( sad quiet, restful sleep folloirs. All druEjuts have It. Sold since 1S69 No more lazy bowels, yellow com plcxtioo, sick headache, indigestion, cmtorasslag breath, when you use as a corrective Dr. King'a New life Tills. They systematise toe system sad keep t world looking cheerful. Stick With THE Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. Constipation Emaclpatlon WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. (J. n. Swincbroad, AIox It. Denny, J. K. J. 11. Posey. Stormcs, S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. me House '4 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 6 1919. LONG TING THIS TELLS HOW TO Pi! SqjnHy Up to Every Individual to Get Busy bv March 15 or Suffer Penalty. Satisfaction for the sweet tooth. Aid to appetite and digestion benefit and enjoyment in LASTING form. And only 5 cents a package. The Flavor Lasts Hunting Trouble. When a man is looking fur trouble lie doesn't have to go to the dictionary to find It. He can set It la the telephone directory. II 107 Paradox. Said the facetious observer; "Artel there are few things that make u i cirl'H heart warm toward you llk'e Ice .cam." I One Definition of Envy. It Depends, "Divy." Umle Ilbeti, "Is one Whether n woman I of de unpleasant symptoms 'sperlenccd depends largely on wit. thcr you are by folks dat has been tryln" to git , sjienklng of htr face or to her face. Wilmington .News. aoineitun run nouiin. ; Stone for Rorlcs. The rosaries sold !it are xtenslely manufactured from soft.' crystullzcd slllnite in" magnesia. Till Is qunrrled from a hill about thirty miles northwest of the city, where fconpstone and untlmonv are also ole I tallied In considerable abundance. The ' Hone varies In color from 11 light yel-- 1 low to n hluph white, and Is generally I opaque. I Great Britain. In 1707, on the union of Scotland, (Irent llrltaln became the n!Ilcu name of the llrltWi kingdom, and so constituted until the union with Ireland In lS'JI. .Since January 1, 1M)1, the olllclal name of the kingdom, including Kngland, Wales, Ireland and Sioilnnd, and the neighboring smaller Mauds,- - Is the United Kingdom of (licat llrltaln and Ireland. SMILL FARM FOR m m KoiiaRKTzrHTT.-tn.-r: i SILL lf 0CTBian3HBaBczan3n o I will sell privately a small farm of 36 acres located 3 2 miles from Lancaster, on road from Gilberts Creek Station to White Oak School hquse, one-ha1-- mile from railroad Station and mile from good school. one-hal- f This is a very productive piece of land, and will grpw Hemp, Tobacco or anything you want, all this farm is jn a good state of cultivation except four acres, which is in timber. II ,.ire out his liability tor.a) in well as he inn next week, mid If there Is any point on which he needs nihlce he can now get In touch with n ltoouue man. ' This word of nildce Is being given is extraordinary and excellaru quality. Easy riding and made of that I!e-tuout by Internal !!conuo men. and pnjinentH are lieluc coldurable material for which the Bujck is famous. lected In Kentucky by the following Collectors of Iutvri.nl Ileveuue: We.can deliver you the five passenger on order andjwlll be pleas' Josh T, Krlrnth. J. lingers (lore. ed to demonstrate. Charlton II. Thompson. r.lwnod Ilnialltnn. John W. Hughes, Ktcry aid of their offices and field fortvs Is being glen freely to the public, Hut the Income Tax men will not ; pull your doorbell or your coat-tailGive us a trial and be convlnred. according to the Collector's nnnouuco- nient. It Is squarely up In every Indl- - j vidual to ligurii out Ids own case and to get busy If he comes within the scope of the new Revenue law, ' Did You Earn Thli Much? livery unmarried person who re- week: ci'lveil Income nvcrugliig Ml'i"i a during IIUS nnd every laarrleil couple who Jointly receded Income averaging PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. f.5S X ii week should secure at onre from the nearest I'epnty Collector or bank u blank l'orni 1010 A the That form conlaln.s the Information he will mi ll to enable him to figure Ms correct net income and uny las Hint he I owes the tiovcnimcnt. ' Employers' Ccnslderatlcn. Chinese at nice Creweri. The law requires that every uniinir- - ! hate no hope In their work The Chinese Intnslurcd rlci mltitrr rltsl ierson who had n net Income of . lUo purely from hand to! to Hawaii, nnd they nre still the chief 'T- jfl.miil or hut and every married ' mouiii. iimi you cannot spread linblti rice growers of the They tlrst son whos-- net Income was f'J.imu or of Intelligence among the lalM.rlnel plniitisl sugar cr-i.nt the "Cntssronds over (aicliidiug the Income of husband class If their means are ttsi ssir tr ' I t. iimiiufn. or wife and the earnings of minor VIGOR-"PEP"- -the VIM. need of loJy, when men an J their leisure list short to enable themt of the 'net tic" themlHawaiian lured to began nud when children. If nn) must make a return rtat to participate In the culture that Is g reon or before .March loth. Ami this cense the cullltHtlon of tarn It was wo rat a fthovIJ hite trrflfth, fofiituilr atuj on amund them. Kit hange. ire thT.nlncthr bliJJfdfitJ ihe pom Mttfcrrr who Ins utile the torn quirement does not lilnge on whether the niliiese .rouble. frum katjney od planters. the person owes n lax. lanfuij ThitawM tirrJ frctmi. Taxable Income. prit, orrno. liffn, bMkwbr, rheunalie luabato, rinfsil tlaJtlcr ri-t- . rkne sbJ An Individual mnt Include under otber yoirtorni tooa diMrpr wben lb Thli Rooster a Veteran. Science. gross Income all gains, profits nud Inire tirooi uJ facslibMly M.liv. The rooster now twisting is a Only things In nature proved, not become derived from salaries, wages or venthcrcock on the clock tower of tin yond ii reasonable doubt, but bejoiid compensation for 'ronnl scrvltv of 1 Irst .Vntloual lank building In Cort- nny doubt, run lie classed under the wl.atouT kind nnd In whateer form land Is l.'lo jears old. his tlrst roosting majestic word science. The slightest paid or from professions, vocations, set prompllr mJ tffrctl.. la mtnrr w.ak, place having been Ihe top of the old trnte. or OTtrvorhed or duelled MJnri and bladdfr business, sales or dealings In property ein suspicion, of doubt will lo health d sormal tuortioalnf Their healml courthouse In Cortland In He exclude Instantly nny assertion, states. of all kinds. Interest, rent, dividends tad csrau.f qsalrttea arc tfuaranleed. weighs more than sixty iuuds and ! nient or h)ithes from lielng plncnt or profits derled from tiny source U. T Weos. A.e. W.. Dsluih. aid to hiue been made of oak. Now In a list of laws of nature, and shift Miaa, writeai 'I am rtea.ed In teanly thai w hate or. Very few Items of Income holey Kidney Tille beef bees lb ene.ua it he shines with a new mat of gilt them all user to the extensive cata. Iront . rate of kidney and bladare exempt. I leinf nr rebel hich bolkctcd mo tor mdi lloic. der trouble logue of theories. Isluctlons Include ordinary and necI STORMES DRUG ilUKt. Interest paid essary business or iiccrutsl on Indebtedness, taxes of nil kinds except Tedem! Income nnd s excess profits taxes ami for local benellts, losses nctuully sustained, ileblM nscertalnisl to be worthless anil depredation on buildings, inn chlnery, fixture, etc.. us.-- In business. for con- A further deduction Is nllnui-trihutlons to coniorniloiis opcrattsl for' or eilu-- ' religious, chnrllable, cntlonnl puri'ses or for the prevention I of cnielty to children or animals to an amount not oxcissllng I." jmt rent of the tapa)er' net Income ns computed without the benetlt of the contribution I deduction. The taxpn.ver Is not allowed to deduct nny personal, Hvlng or family any amount spent for Improving property or making good Its exbiius-Ho- n for which an allowance Is claimed under depreciation. ESU22.-K.Figuring the Tax. Ilefore figurine Hie norma! tax the dividends are deducted n credits from net Income, together with the personal exemptlou. As In prelous )rnrs, dHI-- i deiids of )lomestle niri'onitlons nre ex-- 1 empt from normal tax wlieni received' I by Hie stockholder, The normal tux rates for citizens! and residents nru as follows: On the Hist S4.l) of net Income In excess of cent; on the credits the rate Is (1 any further taxable Income the rate Is 1'J per cent. The surtnx rates apply to net Income of nidi Individual In excess of S.'.IKH). exemption and ti 'Hi" the dividends are not deductible before computing surtax. In the rase of returns by husband and wife, the net I of eaih Is considered separately In computing nny surtnx lhaL ma) bo due. 1'oriu HMO should be used for; making returns of net Income cxi dlug s7i,iiii, and the Instructions on Ihul fonu will show how to figure the surtax. Business House Returns. Kuiplojcrs and others who paid wage's, salaries, rents, Interest or similar determinable gains In mi nmouiit of JI,(l or hut during WIS to any person must tile nn lufornuilloii return Willi the tSovcrnment. Illanks may be l from the (Vlloctor, i:ery partnership must llle a return showing Its and ll'irs end the natiio uml address of each partner, Ibe prollls or losses with his share of during the past year. Personal service coriHimlloux will tile similar Information for 1018. "IV r.'t wait until the final due li l.'lh. fov laying jour Income te.ik.iig .ur return, Atold in Any person e.m the List nilnii'e n:- - A Eare Bird THE 1919 BUICK SIX Price $1495.00 Mur F. O. B. Factory FaiL.t Lick Garage Company iOr-- Vitality hiln. IFor JMeyrjgdney'gffls ls. BIG PRICE HOUSE The Madison House o wishes to announce to their friends and patrons that the Richmond Tobacco market will close FRIDAY, MARCH 14th, and we urge all who have tobacco to get it to the market. There will be only three sales per week from now on. Sales on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week. We thank you for your liberal patronage and hope to serve you again. at INCOME TAX PAYS 0 nnd FOR PUBLIC DEWEFIT8. For particulars see or write, MRS. W. D. GOOCH,. Stanford, Ky., R. P. D. No. 4. . taxes Is payment for benefits received or extieeted. Only from and essentially selfish nnd shortsighted viewpoint can the Individual prnins to himself the evasion of tax liability aa a desirable course nf action." Daniel C, Itoper, Cnintnlslni-e- r of Internal Itetenu. a narrow truest sense, the puyment of 'Viewed In Its largest Mm N TOBACCO E. DEATHERAGE, WH'SE Manager. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 6, 1919. LIVE STOCK DISINFECTION IS NECESSARY Invisible Organism or Disease Germt Spread Rapidly and Live for a Long Time. RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES. 41(1111 OF U'rtttarl 111 dealing ullli Infectious (INeimei stork, tln nrniKi' stmkmun nf iiml farmer dooi mil Ulllldrntly reiih Ire I lie lniHirliilK't' of tlioroiislil jr disinfecting till prctulon following mi oullirciik nf (inilnKliiiiH illMiin- - iii IiIk fiirm nr In Ills locality. Pnlem the germs whlih rnuso I In- - dlsenne nn il utmjiil, Ihry lime the iwcr In miilii-lul- u thciiisi'ltcn on promises fur III' definite periods. Si long tin I hi')- - Uiuh ri'innln they nri' n cniiKtutit mcnnce nml limy nl liny lime Im the cniiso (if nil uuthri'iik. It In I'Mt nnlurnl In iickwiMlodife the pro- - lire f nnly mull object uh nin he mi-i- i Willi tin- - unnltltil c)e. Science, however, liy iiii'iiiih of the lilEliMiwir lnlcniicc', him dearly pnned the nf numerous minute nnlmiil nml 'Kt"I'l nrgnnlMiis nnd It In u mutter nf riiiiiiiinii knowledge tliut ninny nf these organisms frequently 11 ii 1 their wny Into tin1 II it ti I n in I lnwly nml produce disease. In iiln m ! I known Hint then, or genus, vnry In form nml oilier characteristic nml Hint for oiiih dlscni-of nil Infii-tlnUmitiire there Is it upecllle germ. Ih' routined to If these germ Hie nnltiml body nml ille with It there wniltd he no Mull thing no nil Infec. Unfortumitely, however, ii tious they lire thrown olT liy the unluml throiiiili the excretions nml He In the Mill, III the litter of Mlllilis, ihiii the tliHir nml wiillrf, nml In rrmkn nml crevices. Here they inn) reinnlii nml mnlii-tnl- n their lnilene for nn linlellnlte ierod, reuily ut nny time to ho untie erel lip hy nn it it n in I In It feeil or In Ih- - blown iiIhiiu In dust nml drawn Into Hie luiiCM. Tor xiiinple, we lime tuberculosis In riittle nml Khtnilert In the horse. the rniisntlie In the former dlM-nsgerm wlilrli uv U n rod idinH-ncent of ernces nhout one un Inch In length. I'utlle nffiTted Willi tiitieri-tilo-ipuss ui)rliids of thee genus Willi the inniiure, nml It Is nut In tindcrstunn how In the dllllcult ftnhle they Viollhl lime tittle llltlnilty In tltidlng ninny lodging pin res. ugent In In Blunders the riill-iill- lo imollier rodMuiped germ, nhout the mine luisth nn the tuberculosis term, hut noinewhnt thicker. A rhnrnrterln- - by tlm Untied fllntes of Alirlrliltiirp.l Iiepait-inr- LIVERY OUTFIT. Owing to pressing duties on my farm, I have decided to close out my entire LIVERY OUTFIT and will sell at Public Auction in LANCASTER, on The lied Cross now tins 0,07 workers In France alone. The lied Cross in France is supplying conl to returning refugees. For over ten months the Med Cross has been distributing milk to the needy families of Italian soldiers. portable steel buildFifty y ings have been provided by the lied Cross for the enrthquake victims In Porto nico. More than 1,200 convalescents nnd young children in the big Armenian refugee camps at Port Said are fed by n Ited Cross diet kitchen. Through the Chautauqua circuits, .10 or more Ited Cross nurses will sprend the gospel of public health throughout the country this summer. returning Wounded Canadinns home via Portland (Me.) will be cured for by the canteen nnd motor service of the lied Cross at Portland. The Japanese Ited Cross has more than a half million members, eacli of whom contributes at leait three yen (about $1.S0) a year and enrolls for ten years. . The American Red Cross has established a continuous sled service between 1st base at Archangel, Russia, arid rlnces where the r.r.ks ate slntii.nc.l. Kcsidcs .1 larfcc number of trucks, the Red Cross now has in service in France 10 touring cars, o!)3 171 ambul279 camions, ances and 29 motorcycles. Textiles valued at $4,332,880 will be shipped immediately to France by the Red Cross to meet the acute need for clothing among the refugees now returning to their shattered homes. Through the new canteen escort service of the Red Cross in the United Slates two Red Cross women accompany each hospital train during the day to help make the wounded men comfortable. The sixth A. R. C. supply train 2G cars of clothing, blankets, medicines and other supplies valued at $38,000 has just started across Siberia to relieve refugees and returning prisoners along the way. The Red Cross Canteen menus A letter leave a lasting impression! written December 28, by a Cleveland (.O) boy with the Army of Occupation tells of his trip from camp to the front last spring. "The Red Cross gave us lemonade and cigarettes nt Parkersburg nnd nt Washington and Philadelphia they gave us apples, coffee and sandwiches." Speak Up, Then. Said the face'lor.) felleti "You've Hint old .vheezu nhout hearnil heard ing Pike Speak; hut did any of you ever hear Jack nnd the Iteans Talk?" Jaek of All Trade. Kdlnburch one enlovnl the dls- tlnctlou of possessing the most prolix signboard on record : "John Halo, Stationer. Illhles, Testaments, Psalms, I!) mux, Prnyer Hooka, Catechisms, Proverbs, Hooks, new nnd old, lu vurl-nu- s branches of literature. Mouey or exchange for old Hooks; Papers, Pens, nnd Ink; Wax and Wnfers; Ulnck-bendHair and Hair Pencils; Coloured Hooks. Memorandum Hooks. Religious Tracts. Books neatly bound, on moderate terms." GUY. Saturday, March 15th, 1919 Beginn ng at One o'clock promptly, the following personalty: Fourteen head of good gentle horses, work both single and double. Fifteen sets of good single harness; five sets of double and two sets of good heavy carriage harness. har-nes- ss Cattle Affected With Tuberculosis. tic of thin ill vn e In the formation of n uleern In the nostrils uml other of the IhhI)-- , from which there In in. ne or less discharge luilen wllli the islander germ. Anil here, ngnln, II In not ilttlliult to understand how emu l exii tut I muy tensive premises. An him been Muted, some of their in In u to foi inn lire tcgctiihltt organisms, III fuel, thei--e vcgotuhle iiiirnnlte.n nre the rouso of mine nf the must ilentruc-liv- e illnennen, nml Koine of them lire wry illlllrult tn destroy, for the reu-KiHint they roiitnln A Kpore muy ho llkcneil to the Keeil of u plant, for It lienrn nhout the Mime relntlon to the huelllun Hull u urulil of wlient iloen to the iiluut proper. Ax the plum muy he ilentro)i'il nml the need remain Intent for nil linlellnlte time, mi nf the huelllus muy hu while the vixiren reiunln unlinruieil nml retulu life for weekx, iiioiithn or )eurx. An I'xnniple of this rlmsn of orKiin-Ikii- h In xei'ii In the "tent which ruunen mil lira. Onlliuiry methodn for the ilentriietlou of the hudllux will not ilentroy the spore iih well, mil Ihun inithnix liecomen u most illlllcult ill ene to cnnlleute. Upon fnrinn where uiiliniilx liuvu illeil front niilhrnx uml the have heen hurled of ileotroyed, rvpeatml oulhronkx of the tllkeiimi muy occur from lime In time, poNslhly exloiiillin; oer n period nf scleral yeurx. This condition In iluli to Hie existence of the U'ry ri'klstnnt kpore, which under I'lrcuiiintnticen lire curried to the xurfuce of the enrlli, and heroine InfeclliiK oiviiiiImiix inucli nn I ho heed of it uoxloux weed, ufler remnliilni: In the mill during the winter, Hilda the coiiillllonn fuvoruhlu In the prlnj; uml ilevelopn Into u plant except that these inluute fornix of life mulllply with Hie most wonderful rapidity. Thus It la I ha I our Increased knowln edge regnrdlng or hai'lerlu as Hie cause of ninny niilmnl Inipor-lam- e dlneusex linn 1'iiiphuslxed the of illnliifecllon. Fourteen buggies; four carriages; two drummer wagons; pall bearers wagon; one big hack; rugs, heaters, whips, dusters and livery barn, which are a lot of other things used in a first-clatoo numerous to mention. Also two good milk cows. ss at the same time and place will offer my big brick ery barn on Stanford street near public square. Also TERMS made known on day of sale. liv- LANCASTER, THE BLESSING J said, "He T. EANEY OF LABOR. Charles KiiiKlcy once keeping hooks or wiulilni; dishes iimli sweeping floors, your work is the thing which suves you front yourself. While your lunula unci thoughts nre occupied you have no time for morbid introspection. The clcur duty before you is to bend your energies to your work uml do it conscientiously and well. It is only in this way that you do your duty to the world. Kvery person has nn obligation him. He must engage in something useful to prove his right to live In a busy universe. If he cannot leave the world better than he found it, he can at nil events take his share of keeping the world in order while Ventilation la very essential la a he is here. The responsibility of liurn, Aulniuls ure much like human labor is Incumbent upon him. 'ielugs lu thut they need fresh air. thankful every morning of your life that there is (ornithine you must do, whether you like to do it or not". Whether you nre palntiiiK n picture or luinimerint? iron, whether you nrcj There is n wide though sometimes unconscious general recognition of Many wealthy this responsibility. people who do not need to work for their own support show-- their realization of thin principle by taking up some work of value to the community. They enter into public life or devote themselves to some question of education or general betterment of conditions. If they do not take till course they nre reduced to the most useless, profitless and wearisome form of toil that of seeking their own amusement nnd pleasure. Wholesome satisfying employment develops a man's faculties, keeps lilm keen and ready for opportunity. I'ut your heart into your work. Knter into it every morning with feelings of interest In it and gratitude for it, uml you will know the blessing of tabor. Military Punishments. ievv utterly different from that of the military man. An infraction of discipline which seems to one n trifling matter appears to the other of great importance and deserving of severe punishment. The soldier must learn to obex !' He must subordinate Ins stinctively. own thoughts and wishes and personality to the word of command. An nrmy moves as a unit, and it cannot do so unless every individual composing it is absolutely subject to discipline. If your son refuses to pare potatoes when you ask him, you can reprimand him and refuse to serve him with potatoes ut dinner, and the matter practically ends there. If your employe will not pare potatoes at your command you have only to discharge him and hire some one else who will be more accommodating, and the matter ends there, Dut the soldier's refusal to pare potatoes may be the little end of a A civilian Investigating the ques- wedge whose large end is the sacrifice tion of military punishments ap- of the lives of ten thousand men. proaches the subject with a point of The example of breach of discipline Mr. Henry Yater spent the day in Lexington Saturday. Mr. Z. T. Rice of Richmond was a recent guest of Mr. Bascom Pelphrey. Mrs. Carrie Davidson is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Davidson of Lancaster. Miss Hessie Scott was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Scott last Sunday. Miss Florence Prichett of Danville is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Henry Ynter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater were spreads rapidly. So the punishment visitors Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. John must necessarily be far heavier in Yater. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith were Sunproportion than in civilian life. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Yantis. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton spent NEGLECT A Sunday with Miss Fannie Sutton on the C. O. Pike. RHEUMATIC PAIN Mrs. Boyd Turner and daughter, Bessie spent the day last Wednesday Go after It with Sloan's with Mrs. John Black. the Master Earl Ward Clark Liniment before jets week end w ith his grand-parent- spent Mr, dangerous ami Mrs. Milton Ward. Mrs. Frank Hume and children of Apply a litlte, don't rub, let It pm-trai- l, Hackley ure thegucsts of her brother twinjcl Same for Mr. und Mrs. Everett Crow, and good-b- y external aches, pains, strains, stillness Mesdamcs Wm. Clark, James L. ol joints or muscles, lameness, bruise. Instant relief without mussiness or Yantis and Win. Scott were visitors oiled clothing. Reliable the bigecst of Mn. Milton Ward, Wednesday. tiling liniment year after year, ilr. Jake Foley has returned from by reason of enormous sales. Keep big bottle ready at all times. Corbin and was accompanied home Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. by his uncle, Mr. John Pitts, from Knox county. Miss Anna Mao Bronddus who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Marcus White, on the New Danville pike has returned home. ' KENTUCKY. DONT it rhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 6, 1919 arlEIE DC ft Million Hands on 0N& FflRW is whnt the modern farmer must have to tnkc enru of all the work upon it. The millions of hands are his tools of labor. The science is obtained through his modern implements and his nmbition is graded as to the quality of the implements. Wc are dealers in FARM IMPLEMENTS and our tock includes all the necessary machines from a tractor to a hoe. The raw material instilled into the serviceable workmanship of our products is of the very highest standard. When you are in need of a sturdy dozen extra hnnds upon your farm, come to us, we have the articles that will fit the void. Fit your farm with the best the market for it and your farm will return the most and the best there is on the market for you. all counters of dress good and in every gnrment department 1 Classified Column I of the great stores were displayed the signs: "No colors g S RATESi guaranteed fast". Single lncrtlons 1c n word 8 Now these signs have disapNo nd taken for less thnn L'Oc K peared. Good Americnn-mnd- c In this column. No nds in this lyes in fast colors and nil , jf beautiful shades have been g column charged. produced, and we shall never Seven Insertion for the 2 jjj again need to depend on Ger- !J rrlcc of five. " many for our dyes. Phono orders must be paid $ You feel proud of your wife and children, don't you? nnd if Jf promptly. Conn luJ The Central Record Brothers. 3E3EE1 rG debt held by the English peoYear. ple. Weekly. $1.50 These conditions keep the Payable in Advance. peace conference and the finan J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. cial bureaus busy with paper K. L .ELKIN', Local Editor and Mgr. r nd pencil and pen and ink and Entered at the Post Office in Lan- long columns of figures. French and British and American and Mail caster, Ky as Second-Clas- s Matter. German heads are busy and aching over the problems. Member Kentucky Press Association The event will probably b and that Germany's indemnities Eighth District Publishers League. will be nicely proportioned to Rate, For Political Announcement,. the largest amount she can Kor Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 stand without running into des10.00 peration and Bolshevism, and For County Offices For State and District Offices. .15.00 that Uncle Ram will step m and .10 For Calls, per line .10 le.id the balance of the money For Cards, per line required for the restoration of For all publications in the InterFrance. est of individuals or expression of Individual views, per you enn do anything to make KOR SALE: 200 bales of good the home plcasanter and con- mixed hay. A. McKnight, ditions easier for them, you do Paint Lick, Ky., lioutc 1!. it willingly. FOR SALE: 11 head of sheep nt d Why not enlarge the sphere lambs, price $350.00 Jake vVhltc. Paint Lick, Ky. of your affections n little and take the town you live in on the FOR SALE: A Fun! runabout in snme footing as your family? good condition, see C. M. Thumpon, Be proud of it, do everything at the Nnti rnl Hank. you can for it. If public im FOR SALE: 34 head fiOO pou.nl provements are needed, urge Stock cattle. It. K. Swopc, llryatitsvhtc Ky. them and vote for them We w.mt to see Lancaster FOR SALE: llulf Plymouth Rock i:nown as one of the fino.it and eggs. 75c per setting of 15 eggt Mrs. Juck Ada-vmost progressive little towns in l.i.niiift.T. Ky the state. If every citizen will J.fiSt support its trade, forward its Old Rugs, Carpets ami Clothing interests and show a pride in make beautiful NEW RUGS. all its conditions, our nmbition Call phone 397. Miss Fannie Ilishop. will soon be fulfilled. l. lt-ps We I Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. At Kengarlan Glasses Fitted. Hotel, Lancaster, Ky. 19 Years Experience. 15 Years In Ceulral Ky MARCH 10th to 15th OPTICIAN. OPTOMETRIST. J. J. BYRNE line. Obituaries, per line . .10 .05 Lancaster, Ky., March 6, 1919 EUROPEAN FINANCES. Europe is nearly bankrupt. The financial cost of four years of death and destruction and human wretchedness is overwhelming. Germany's debt since the war began has reached forty billions of dollars. Manufacturing and business conditions generally are at a standstill, awaiting the outcome of the peace conference and know ledge of the indemnity to be fixed by the allies. There is an enormous circulation of paper money, based on a very small amount of gold and few securities. The amount which can be raised by taxes is utterly inedequate to the government's expenses and the interest on the tremendous war debt. France is in almost as desperate a condition. The war bilhas cost her over thirty-si- x lions, and the taxes for 1010 will not equal the war and civilian expenses for the year. In spite of the fact that the war expenses will decrease, a large deficit will exist. The industrial regions have been devastated by the Germans, and some of the finest agricultural portions of the country will require years for complete res- toration. The upshot is that France cannot rebuild and reconstruct without the aid of a large indemnity from Germany, and indemnity of the size required that Germany cannot pay an without completely ruining her self and her people. Great Britian has also been put to enormous cost, but her position is not quite so difficult. The war was fought out on other territory, and the need of reconstruction is absent from her problems. Even so, there has been some suggestion of repudiating a portion of the war America has neither room nor place for Bolshevist principles. It retains its traditions as a country where every man hea.l of FOR SALE: Sixty-fivis protected in his property hogs: weight about 75 pounds. rights, nnd the worker is con- Clarence Creen, Taint Lick, Ky. R. 2 firmed in the possession of J. M. Metcalf, Surveycr, 25 years what he has toiled to procure. Bolshevism advocates taking experience, lllue prints furnished. Phone away all property from the All calls answered promptly. 2.13-tf- . 185, Stanford. Ky. men who hnve and turning it FOR SALE: About 32 ounces of over to the men who have not. From their point of view exist- Cros'cd Standing Hurley tobacco M'ed. Price $1,00 per ounce. ence is a tremendous grab in R. R. 2., T. - Kelley, which the power nnd advanPaint Lick, Ky. tage are all on the side of the S. C. Rhode Island Reds, Choice Bolshevist. Strain. Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1. The United States wants no Mrs. E. W. Perkins. system which dispenses utterly Star Route, Lancaster, Ky. with law, order, government, Phone 40-- Uryantsville Exchange. If our soldiers in France religion, property rights and were asked what they most de social welfare. White Wyandotte FOR SALE: sired, nine hundred and ninety- roosters, $1.50 each. Acknowledged nine out of n thousand would Kentucky's pride; also llulf Orphing- METHODIST shout, "Parage in a rranspoit ton's $1.50 ench or r.irship to tho United States, Pastors To Get Salary Margart O'lhitn, Lancaster, Ky, with a ticket Vom the port to Raise entry homo!' Listen, I have my Emery grinder Many Methodist ministers in every installed and I am now ready to grind That is the dominant note in plow points nny time. Southern State who the soldiers letters from have been and Western on infinites!' yourrepair work ofatall kinds done Gen trying to exist and cral abroad. And you cannot bo mnl incomes during the past years hotse shoeing a specialty. Come one surprised. They went over to will have their salaries raised within and all. A. II. Vanhuss, fight while the fighting was the next few months. This very Crab Orchard Street, nt the J. F, good, and now that the war is practical and definite step is to be Kites Stan.l. Methodist taken at an end, the American soldier Church, by the following the Episcopal FOR SALE A lot of baled hay, South, financial for home and mother! drive of that denomination in April will sell in lots to suit purchaser. Call And if the same question The drive, which has ?3j,000,000 as on R. V. Palmer, Mike Ilurnsidc or were put to the people at home, its goal, has been undertaken with a J. W. Elmore. the response would be, "Most view to putting the work of the Kryptoks on a business basis, the rais of anything, I want my soldier church the salaries of their underpaid Kryptokc Glasses scientifically tit ing of boy home again". pastors being considered one of the ted by tho llyrnc Optical Service, nt Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, March Don't think that the govern first matters of importance. There are 80G salaries now $ 100 or 10 to 15. ment has overlooked these con ditions. It is combing the less which will be raised to ?CO0; 48.1 For Sale now $500 which highways and byways of the ralaries raised $100. anil 588 salaries will bo to $f00; Good white oak Lumber in stock, sea for transports to hurry the now $000 and $700 which will be Virgin timber. Bills cut on short men home. It is sending them raised to $1000 a ye.ir; 637 salaries notice. Carter and Pitts, Cartervillc, Ky. on American ships, Holland from $700 to $S00 to be raised to $1000; nnd 180 salaries ranging from ships, Italian ships, whatever $800 to $900 which will also be rais. Sow Sweet Clover. it can secure. cd to $1000. The supplementing of Better than red clover, and $8 to Remember that it took over these salaries will require $2,850,000 Direct from $10 per bu. cheaper. n year to get the army into during the forthcoming five years nnd grower. Unhulled, hulled, nnd spec France, and that the British the success of the Centenary drive ial scarified seed; prompt germination transports which carried much will make their Increase immediately Prices and circulars free. Also prices possible. JOHN A SHEEHAN, on honey. of it over arc no longer availPractically every city nnd town R. F. D. No. 4. Falmouth, Ky. able. throughout the length and breadth of Patience, mothers and fath- Southern Methodism will be affected ers and kinsfolk here in Gar it is declared at the headquarters of FARM FOR SALE. the and rard. It will not be long at the everydenomination in Nashville, who 45 acres of good land, Methodist man and woman longest before Uncle Sam re- pulls to on the Centenary with good 4room house and n new 4 drive will turns your good Tom or your be helping to mako possible better acre Tobacco barn, locuted 4 miles nice Dick or your fine Harry, and happier living conditions for the from Lancaster. 20 acres of this Terms will raise tobacco. land bigger and browner than when underpaid pastors in their midst. $1500. cash, nnd balance payable he left, and as overjoyed to WHY DON'T YOUK HENS LAY $500. per year. Possession January reach home as you are to see WHEN YOU WANT ECGS WORST 1st, 1920, or will give immediate possession nnd transfer this years him. IN THE WINTER e J sand-ston- e Stand- Ilradshnw's Ing Hurley tobacco seed. $2.00 per ounce. Wnlkcr Ilradsnaw, Ijincastor, Ky., Route 3. KOR SALE: Former Lancasterian Dies In California. Word has come from Los Angeles, Cnl., of the death at her home in that city of paralysis of Mrs. Frank As Miss Hannah lleailcy, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Ileniley, esteemed residents of Ijin-caster of years ago, she wa we'l known here where her early life spent anil cordially rrmcmbtied its a young womnn of most estimable many attractions of character. Many beautiful traits of her nature no doubt found expression in the exquisite laces which her hands made and which won for her first honors whenever displayed at exhibitions, near or distant, and which she often graciousUpon ly bestowed upon her friends. the early development of Middlrtbur-oug- h the llenxley fnmily removed to that city, where Miss Hannah was married to Mr. Frank - Austin. Later the family returned to Ijincns ter, ami after n short residence, made their home in Sloam Springs, Ark I where they were ery pleasantly cs-- ' tnblished till their removal to Call-fornin about two years ago, Mrs. Austin hail extensile connections, bom in On r raid and Lincoln c untie being of the very numerous Ileniley and Dunn fnmilies. Of her cousins in Lincastcr are Miss Allie Dunn, .Mrs. W. II. Mason nnd Mr. James A. Ileazley. Mrs. Austin united with the Christian church in her girlhood. Mjch sympathy i felt for her husband, the devotion between this couple being especially marked, nnd relatives ami old friends who knew the grnciousness and loyalty uf her personality deeply regret her passing, Dally T' Nothing great without enthusiasm. hlevrd t. 000,000 GJi'cns s 'lh tl.nl) r,iiMin. tlnn of gasolene and ilMlllntp by Hie 3ll.(XI m.ilor iqwrated In California l approximately l,(mi.(i jrnllmn. Indian-niio- ll D. New. IHHIIM DR. J.W.Wsta Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles or the feet. Office o Hunt. House STANFORD, KY., Every day except Monday and Thursday Richmond every MulidiV and I huro.lny nt thn Oil- hnm Iluil'. ing. eHHNIHNHHHHINW Your Ford Car IN O W (!) i i i i ID (;) What cannot the United States do when she tries? Be fore the war Germany prac tically controlled the textile industry of the world, supplying four-fifth- s of the dyes used. 1'he United States paid Ger many every year $25,000,000 for the dyes she imported. When this trade was cut oif the American textile manufac turers were in great perplex ity. Experimentation began at once, but for a long time above They do not get tho chemical in gredients that nature intended at this tenant contract. G. C. Walker. U. A. THOMAS' POULTRY season. REMEDY supply theso very chemi cals, but, of course, in u more highly conccrtratcd form. Wo sell it and Why ship your cream to a city guarantee you to get eggs. when we pay you more, by several W. A. DICKERSON. cents on the pound nnd pay the ex- press too. If you are a cream shipAQENTS AND bOLICITORS per, write us or send your cream und w.ut 'amkuica'B liUtury ton humanity;." your can will ,, back to you the next go Complete . worlds war, COO , . ... pasea, with nearly 100 nusnMcciit pic- - tiay, we paid uu cents ior me en- .. coal. uu i. nurna . .. lurua. neiaiia n nnr nntrnn. f .! , u re ii La luukinitT uiar ij'j per nay. ecu ma filled you cUcln't cct that much. Look took th pyW want., order npuy. Credit II dmilred. i'relhl 4Jd. but " . . CREAM SHIPPERS Of Garrard County. Touring Roadster Sedan Coupelet Truck Chassis Above Price. F. O. B. Detroit $525.00 $500.00 $775.00 $650.00 $550.00 I 1 I i I m.l, 'A ?Jan.n,ui?,.V!t''t'tn.ailiS!' emc. "L AaaVtma ntar.it (adv) Stanford Creamery Co. Stanford, Ky. I Haselden Brothers I I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 6 1919. HUDSON, HUGHES AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS RED STAR BLOCK BALLARDS COAL AND AF Dr. Weber 5 RNAU WWW w wWWWWTWB WW OBELISK FLOUR, FIRST PATENT, THE QUALITY FLOUR. Dealers in High Grade Field Seeds. Manure Spreader, Pitless Scales, 24 Disc if taken ot once. grass seeder-Che- ap H. S. Plows and Turning plows, $12.00. Oliver Riding nnri Walking Plows. John Decrc Disc and Smoothing Hnrrows. American National Fence at Reduced Price while it lasts, Deering Wagon and old Buggy cheap. j Telephone wasj sev-' 25. Lancaster, Kentucky. At Richmond. n Mr. S. L. Allen of Georgetown, In Lancaster, Tuesday. Mrs. I.ula Johnson is spending eral days in Lexington. M.ss Mary Leu I car, w!u has hecn quite ill, nt Transylvania College, in Lexington, wnere she wns a'.tending school, has recovered sufficiently to return to laiucnstcr. v SALE CASH Mrs. J, N. Arnold has been visiting her neice, Mrs. Joe Francis. Mrs. Harry Tomlinson is visiting her parents in Lnniphellsvillc. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q-Dea- y.h. Will l't.inphiey and litth ion, ore 'siting re,itie in North Carolina. Mr. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort, Is with his sister, Mrs. Ilclla Francis, for a few days stay this week. l House. L. G. Davidson Is nursing nn unpleasant case of measles at Mrs. John M. Fnrru Is visiting Mrs. his home on Richmond street. George Mcltoberts of Covington. Miss Alma GriiTin, of Louisville, Miss (ilndys Southard, of Stan has arrived and has charge of Miss ford, is the delightful guest of her Minnie Hrowu's Millinery I'arlor. sister, Mrs. Charlie Thompson. .Miss Delia Tinder und Itev. Frank Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Ilntfield and Mr. Tinder, motored to North Middle-tow- n rd the Comlncil A Brief Mention for the week-en- d last Friday. Goir.ji by Thou Wt Arc Intciotcd In. It. K. Hatfield of Danville were the guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. S. Mrs. Maurice Ashley and little son, Hatfitl I. f Paris, are here visiting her parents, Judge I - Wnlkrr wns n recent Mrs. J. It. Mount, Mrs. Emma Hig Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Sanford. visitor in Danville. ginholham, Mrs. J. K. Itohlnson nml Mrs. Mildred Hcailcy, Mrs. James Mr. nml Mr. Hen Hughes have re- Miss Joan Mount motored to Danville Ileazley nnd daughter, visited Mrs. turned from Stanford. Monday. I.irzic Hays in Stanford, Tuesday. Mis Baltic I.ou Myers is ill .StanMr and Mrs. Clay Sutton attended Mr. nnd Mrs. Miley Wulkcr and ford nursing Mrs. J. W. Arey. the dinner party riven by 1'r. mid Mrs: II. A. Dawes at their home In daughters nnd Miss Elsie Drown mot Mrs. Louis Ijindram, Mr. and Mr. red to Danville Saturday for the day. Clay Sutton were in Danville Monday. Ilrantsvllle. Mr. I'owman Grant visited his Mrs. II. A. II. Marksbury and Mrs. Miss Nancy Long, of I.vxingtoii, Louis lindrnm moved this week to home people for the week end, re has Icen visiting (.ancastcr rclntues. Lexington Monday morn their home on Danville avenue. Mrs, turning to lug. Mrs. Jennie (ireen hai returned Ellen Owsley, who will have rooms from n virit to relatives in Nicholas-villi- -. at Mrs. Marksbury's also moved this Mr. nnd Mis. J. W. Klmore, Mr. nnd w eek. Mrs. Harry Klmore attended the fun. Misses Mary Mac Walker, Marjorie eral of a relative in Richmond, TuesMrs. W. It. Cook nnd Mis Kllin-li- e day til Gibbs were in Lexington, Mon- Kevil, Julia Hay Handlings and Louise Stone, of K. C. W., Danville, day. George Mcltoberts, of Covington gursts of Miss Marwere week-en- d Mrt Theodore Curry Is spending a garet Cook nt her home on Danville spent one night in the city this week, the guist of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hum- few days In Mississippi on a business road. side. trip. The Womnn's Club held n very in Mrs. Itelia Arnold Francis is quite Miss Kninm Vnn .Sickle, of Dan- teresting meeting Thursday after ville, has been n recent visitor, In noon lit their rooms on Lexington sick at her home on Danville Street. her numerous friends will icgret to Lancaster. Miss Mnrthn Gill was lead Avenue. learn. cr assisted by Mrs. I'. 11. Murksbury, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. V. ltastln rittcni!ed .Mrs. W. S. F.lkin, of Atlanta, or Mrs. C. 1). Strother ndn.Miss Helen the Shrincrs Ilamiuct in Lcv.iu'toii, Rill. mod Tuesday and is the guest of Mr. last week. John M. Duncan and Miss Jennie Mr. ami Mrs. James A. Heniley Mrs. T. M. McVey of Beren spent Duncan. were visitors in Lexington Saturday, with Mrs. It. II. Wnrd the week-enbringing home with them their daughMrs. Hclla Franris anil her atin the country. ter. Miss Mildred, who, upon the ad tractive and chnrming trimmer, Miss Ilrown of vice of her physician will relinquish Grecnwold, were visitors In Lexing Mr. nnd Mrs. Itussell Hryuntsvillc, were guests Sunday of her studies at Hamilton College for ton, Monday. the coming term. Mrs. Horn Cochran. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Ilrown on the Miss Carrie .Miller, who is visiting Stanford pike are late victims of llu ?!! .Mile Dunn of Taint Lick m I..incav her sisters in Charleston, West Va., Their many friends hope the disease t'vool spent the week-en- d was stricken with appendicitis and will touch them but lightly. ttr, with her sister. was operated on lit the Knnnwkn Vul-le- y Mrs. D. II. Southcrd, of Stanford. Dr. and Mrs. U. C. Itose of Dry Hospital in that city last Monday Is visiting her daughter, Mrs, Charles morning. parents of a The latest report from her untsvllle nre proud Thompson, on Maple Aenu?. bedside is that she is doim nlcelv. beautiful girl, who arrived nt their home Wednesday morning. Misses Jennie nnd Charlotte War- nnd her friends lure hope she will ren, of Stanford, have been guests of soon ha out again. Mrs. James Hilton and bright little their aunt, Miss Jcnnio Duncan. Helatives hitvo been apprised of son, James, have returned from a Mrs1. Louis I.andrem, Mrs. I'. D. the death of Miss Elizabeth Arnold at visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. Miss S. Ilrown, nt Fnrnnliile, Ky. Marksbury, Mr. ami Mrs. Clay Sutton In r home in Wichita Kansas. Arnold was the daughter of the late were visitors in Lexington, Friday. Miss Mary N. Arnold has ncceptet Mr. nnd Mrs. Humphrey F. Arnold, Mr. ami Mrs. Tom Slavin made 11 at one time well esteemed residents of u position with Chas Rosenthal, of visit of several days recently to Mr. the lower (Inrrnrd section. Seeral Chattanooga, Tenn., as head sales and Mrs. (!uy Hundley near Danville. years ago Miss Arnold visited her lady in the Millinery department. milking agreeable ImpressMrs. Kllraboth Hughes is in Stan- relatives Mrs. Mike Hays nnd interesting lit by reason of her pleiulng perford at the bedside of her daughter, ions tle daughter, joined Mr. Hays in sonalty, llesides an extensive Gar Mrs. J. W. Acey, who continues quite Louisville, Sunday, after visiting her rard relationship throueh her mother. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. ill. W. M. Znnone. I who was Mrs. Celin New land Arnold, Mr. Sam Cotton, who has been ill I Miss Anold was 11 kinswoman of the Mesdumes J. II. Ilournu and It. L. is very numerous New land family of F.lklu nnd Misses Virgic nnd Dodo with rheumatism nnd iiiiluentn, wry much improved nnd able to be I Lincoln county. Her burial was nt Ilourne motored to Danville Monday I 1'eabody Kansas. out. in Mrs. lloumo's handsome new car. HOUSE PAINT AND CULTIPACKER. Gossip About People v?v??v2 On MoiuIj: nnd Thursday of each X week Dr. J. W Wo'it will ne found f. YOUNG-TINDER Mr. and Mrs. In h'c etric- - ,f the Oldham lluihlin? (I S.C.BROWN LEGHORN A'l other dnyi lis can F. M. Tinder, of North Middletown, at RiehrnouJ. announce the engagement of their ! found it hi oil Ire In the Hunr. daughter, Martha Harmon, to Mr. House at Stafford Several Young Roosters. Robert Graham Young. The marriage Unby chirks, ready Mnrch will take place ill the early spring. 15tli Lilcrly Bonis acCjnthlana Democrat. re pteii. r-?" All persons having claims against , From 11 letter from Mrs. Mary the estate of the late Levi MERLEKC. FARRA Holmts I.usk Freeman, well known will present same to the underlined Hnx 272. Larcustcr. Ky. here as n frequent visitor to the fam- by April 1st, properly proven. These Kauff-maindebted to raid estnte an requested ily of her aunt, Mrs. Emma G. some extracts nre made below, t, Pi'hkii: euiim: ri, utile. Garrard Hank nnd Trust Co., her comments on persons in the pubPresidents In Country's History. Administrator. lic eye being interesting for their offMarl In Vnn Huron, the eighth president, was th flrt president bom hand frankness. we IiiiiI declared mir Independence "I was in New York last week, havnf I!n:hind, and !'hn Tyler wns the ing been nppolnted delegate to the All persons indebted to the estate llrt horn nftir th" formation of the League of Pence Convention. It wns of the late Mrs. Mary Jane Simpson, Stntc-i- . a wondrous occasion held in the will please call and settle same Those United Astor House ball room. Tnft pre- having claliri. against said estate .ill sided in his usual happy manner, present same properly Costs Mrn;y ta Ute Chair. proven by There Is n "piihl'e houe" In DumHutlcr of Columbia University, Colby April 1st. rrn nn dd nrin-hn- lr fries where mnv of the Shipping Hoard and Stephen A. Garri-rHfcr.k and Tru-- t (.0., nil 'mil to have hern Invariably I'p-01- 1 Wise were among the speakers. Administrator. d used by tho poet litirns whi n he one occasion I had the interesting tho plnee. All who Kit In this experience of sitting quite by acciehnlr nre required In "treat" nil who dent next to John Rurrough the may be In the room nt the time. naturalist. He looked weather-beate- n nnd shaggy just ns his pictures portray; but the attention showered CO. upon him gave evidence that people loved him for what ha was rather than n m I irw he looked. At the risk of being a m tiresome I must tell yeu of another interesting occasion in the fonn of n dinner given upon Lincoln's Hirthduy X In Washington to women who had given their time and talent in war o n work. Kight hundred were present, riowerlntf shrubs mo vtluable Kind ii material. They are conumif.-ao from nil parts of the country. It wns rapidly. A they mMi.r becflUfe is good collection will prtnent the a pretty sight, all in evening dress. t greatest .ari.ty of color throupout i Not Upon PROMISES The guests were seated twelve nt each the season both In flower, folLga it o table. The speakers were interestand berries. We have over 100 Hut Upon PERFORMANCE rleUea described In our catalottat, ing. Secretnry H.kcr I except, for t. hlch will be cnt free on wlnli- - he spenk-- s well, I do not think Wc nre Pioneers in his personalty is pleating or perhaps it is too pleasing und betrays him into DRY CLEANING and being plain weak. The little GrandCre5cont52 mother of Russia, Madame Hreskov-ski- , Mafhews gac the finishing touch to the DYEING evening. Julia Lathrop and Anna In business since l3b Shaw spoke hut we hear them often. Mrs. Desha Hreckenridge of KentucPROMPT DELIVERIES. ky presided and did so with case and e a as. Notice. Notice. Plant Flowering Shrubs Now Our Clientele Grows I j t Phones llSt Both aw grace." QUIET WEDDING. stole n Mr. Richard Anderson march on his family, friends and acquaintances, when he and Miss Flossie Tribble were quietly married nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Gul-lc- y last Tuesday evening at eight o'clock, the ceremony being performed by Itev. 11. S. Hudson, Mr. John S.mpson being the only invited guest. Tho marriage is the happy culmination of several years courtship, but their friends were not aware that the wedding would take place so soon. The bride is the beautiful daughter of Mr. John Tribble, of this county, and has 11 host of friends among the younger set where she is so well known nml so well liked. Mr. Anderson is the Junior mem-- ' her of the firm of Logan and Ander-o- n Brothers and is one of Lancaster's ! best known young business men. After 11 delightful supper given by Mrs. Gulley, the happy couple left immediately for the home of the groom, where they nre now happily located and receiving the congratulations nnd best wishes of their numerous friends. .BBS wmmm IMMMIIMIIMMtMMtM The Teasiiaie 023-12- 7 Co. OHIO. Walnut Street. CINCINNATI, ttl.Q---Q-s- a S mm t. mm I mam mm Fkfl-a w8 i sr II rr 1 "BE SURE TO MAKE A fsOISE WHEN YOU COME BACK KK 1 NO VOVR WIPE I" (5CENE FROMF0H HU50ANPS "I MIGHT" ONLY" BE i 1 .V' I SEED POTATOES HILL ONIONS I GARDEN SEED SETS. I 1 Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. Messrs Hilly Cox nml Homer Murphy, two of our boys who hnve been in training at Camp Meade, Mil., returned homo last week, having been don't think unyone ever suffer- 19 mustered out, nnd they were glad to ed "Imore from stomach trouble and get home aguin. bloating than I have. I had to lay off A telegram to Mrs. John Italian!, my run more than half the time and of this nnnuncid the death in could get no help from prescriptions Terra Haute, Ind., of her sister, Mrs. or medicine. One of my friends adLucy Hardy, who died In that citj on vised using Mayr's Wonderful Rem February "7l!i Mrs. Hardy will be edy, which I found to he tho greatest r.membered i.s Miss Lucy Hill, she remedy ever put on the earth. I have not lost n day since taking it. It having been born nnd reared in Is worth its weight in gold". It Is a simple harmless preparation Wo were In error In our last Issue that removes tho catarrhal mucus when wc announced that Mrs. J. A. from the Intestinal tract nnd allays Anion had entertained at her home the inflammation which causes pracin honor of the Victory Girls. The tically all stomach, live r und intestin11 entertainment was given by the Chris al uilments, including appendicitis. tian Endeavor to the younger set at One dose will convince or money re the delightful home of Mrs. Amon funded. It. E. McItOUF-RT-S und 3SHsQKr"W and all present had a delightful time. DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. MOTORMAN NOT LOSING ANY TIME LOIS WEBER'S BIG DRAMATIC TREAT For The Whole FAMILY. ii 1 "Fop Husbands Only" Featuring 6 I I 9 MILDRED HARRIS I of "The Price of a Good Time." Bring; your wife to the most delightful, delectable photodramatic feast she ever thrilled thru in her life new plot, new idea, new setting, subtle with humor, full of sensational twist, DARINGLY FRENCH I And when you ar.d she send your friends DON'T tell them the ending I IT'S TOO GOOD TO SPOIL1 Romans Opera House, Tuesday Mch 11 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Mch IIUCKEYE Mr, llarriscn Rny Is wry 111. Mrs. Louie Noel soM to Mr. J. It. Sparks n pair of mutes prke $340. from Mr. S. N. M of ford bought Water Fast n pair of hones price $500.00 Mr. nnd Mrs. Pan Doolin mid chil dren spent Sunday with Mr. nnd .Mis. H.vrriscn Kay. The Indies .dinicnnry Srfiet.,- will meet Thursday afternoon Mnrcn I.I. at 2;30 1'. M. M.sos Ha'.lle Lou Tenter and IHhel visitors of Mb hni v.cre week-en- d liarbnin Gu.ley. Miss Christine Morford is In Jessa mine County, visiting her s1jic", .Mrs. CIdo Bradjhaw Mr. and Mrs. Walker and children spent Sur.i'ny with Mr. nnd Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow wcw guest last Monday night of her par-- , ents Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Davi.i. Hill, Messrs Smillie Hill, Steve Walker Rradshaw and Angle Sanders were In Louisville last week to atj tend the Cattle Sales. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forest ( ortis and children nnd Mr. and Mr.. Gcoige, Hay nnd daughters were uests Sun-- 1 lay of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilirai.i Ray nnd family. Mrs. I!. W. Sanders, Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Teater, Misses liar- lara Gulley, Ethel Kay and Sallic Lou Tenter and Mr. Smillie Hill were in Danville Monday. In the Dental ":luc otcr t..e Ccn- ''U"ulng, llr. Denny hns t.i.1 Kj-mfur.Iite Dcnta! Lamp, by i.ced which m inn v.ork at nijhis with equal results as on clear dnys. Home 'J IT. OHiee I'hone 217. Your I'atronnge solicited. M. K. Denny, Dentist. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. N. Morford mid I G, 1919. Do You Want fl 6ar? BEFORE YOU BUY, BE SURE TO GIVE THE FULLWBCHtHmL SIZE OF WIRE FULL LENGTH OF ROLL ""fe f .JIPrVfW ..T l, s. !IZ n.. t Jps rr iiiri IZ HI 111 htt .rrtfLjfe jcJC- Xr r.f. m jsli ...- - Dodge Car THE ONCE OVER. We can demonstrate one for you any day. Every "DODGE" owner is a well pleased owner BECKER and BALLARD. I PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. 1 if! PRVANTWIIIF KINNAIRD S BROS., Agents. "s. Roman Peart. I'llnr tells us llmt. In bis day. th Itotnnns pear?. cultivated 32 varieties Scrappy Pa'r. "I wns single, and hn.l a dou'a life.' of fid the widower. "I unrrled and had n cat and dog s." hxclinngo. I LANCASTER, KY. .tiSsT 1 Who Benefits By High Prices? You feel that meat prices are too high. retail daughter, Miss Christine entertained a number of their friends Thursday Stony Point. eveninjr at a Bible Card party. Those present were Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Miss Jessie King of Wlldic is visitNorn Teater, Mivus Sal lie Lou Teaing relatives here. ter, Ethel Itay, Harbara Gulley, and Mr. Allen Napier has been tho visiMessrs Smillie Hill anil Hugh Noel. tor of his sister, Mrs. G. M. Green. Miss Cora Fletcher spent Saturday GUNN'S CHAPEL. night nnd Sunday with Mis Jennie Mr. Frank Land is ill. Ilarr. Messrs Robert and Ezzie Fletcher Mr. .1. U. Sparks is build'nd n mill visited Mr. Dewey Anderson Saturday and si op. rhe little son of Mr. Hiram Land and Sunday. Misses Jennie nnd Bessie Burr is Improving. Miss Mary Lee Kurtz spent Monday spent Friday with their aunt, Mrs. J. with Miss Irene Grow. .Miss Mary Price spent Sunday with Miss Allene McCulley. Mr. Curtis Kast of Nieholnsvillc was here Friday and Saturday. Mr. George Hall and sons wue in Nicholasville on business Friday. Mrs. Cordelia Davis spent a few days with her mother at Buikcye. Mr. Lewis Murphy has sold his farm here to Mr. Bobbitt of Somerset. Dr. G. M. Hendrcn and Mr. John Land motored to Nicholasville Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hall nnd chil dren arc visiting relatives in the mountains. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dock Simpson of Richmond spent Sunday with relativ-e- s on Poor Ridge. Mrs. Loie Noel entertained a num ber of friends nnd relatives nt n delightful dinner Sunday. Mr. Clarence Humphrey ami Miss Alma Murphy were married nl Saturday March 1st. Mr. J. M. Anion purchased a cow for $243 and a hog for $125 nt the Louisville Stock Sale last week. Rev. N. G. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson and sons were guests of .Mr and Mrs Lucas Foster, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and chll- dicn nnd Mrs. Allen Teater spent the lay with the family of Mr. Frank Kay last week. Mrs. Loie Noel, Misses Sallia Noel, Iva llollon and Mary Lee Kurtz were guests of Mesdames W, 1). Ray and J. M. Anion, Saturday. Every member of Liberty Baptist church of liuckeye Is urged to be present for the important business meeting to be held Saturday T. Thompson. Mr. Vcster Price spent Satuniay night and Sunday with his father, Mr. Robert Price. Miss Nancy Scott spent the weekMrs. end with her grand-mother- , George Garner. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson and Mr. R. Richardson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Barr. 'Vim' in 'liS' I!1 ill. Your retailer says he has to pay higher prices to the packers. Swift & Company prove that out of every dollar the retailer pays to the packers for meat, 2 cents is for packers' profit, 13 cents is for operating expenses, and 85 cents goes to the stock raiser; and that the prices of live stock and meat move up and down together. raiser points The live-stoto rising costs of raising live stock. Labor reminds us that higher wages must go hand in hand with the new cost of living. ck Mr. R. Richnrdson hns been the welcome guest of his sisters, Mrs. O. M. Ilarr nnd Mrs. J. T. Thompson. This is Mr. Richardson's first visit to Kentucky in 22 years. On February 28th the Death Angel entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes, nnd claimed for its son, victim their little Edward. After services at the grave he was laid to rest in the Manse cemetery. The deepest sympathy of the community is extended the broken hearted parents nnd little brother and sister. d The More You Use Your Car The More You Need Good Tires Your car's usefulness is increasing every day. It is becoming more and more of a real necessity to you both in your business and home life. For that very reason you need good tires, now, more than ever. dependability that created so The tremendous a demand for United States Tires in times of war is just as desirable today. out-and-o- ut i w HP Reasons ! iieii, If. ,1 ' Mr !( No one, apparently, is responsible. No one, apparently, is benefited by higher prices and higher income. We are all living on a high-pricOne trouble is, scale. that the numbor of dollars has multiplied faster than the quantity of goods; so that each dollar buys less than formerly. ed Why you should use Cardul, the woman's Ionic, lor your troubles, have been shown In thousands ol letters from actual users of this medicine, who speak Irom 11 personal experience. the results obtained by other women for so many years have been so uniformly goad, why not give Cardul a trial? It reduces tire troubles to the vanishing point multiplying the usefulness of your car and putting the cost of operation on a real thrift basis. United States 'Nobby', 'Chain', 'Usco'.and 'Plain' arc the most popular fabric tires built. They have all the strength and stamina our years of experience have taught us to put into tires. Take There is also the United States 'Royal Cord', the finest cr.. built for passenger car-use- . Swift & Company, U. S. A. -- J Master Joe Ray, a son of Mr. Muse Kay suffered a badly mangled hand while operating a cutting box on Saturday. The little fellow has been suffering Intensely. Mr. John Land, Master Jewell Wal-tac- o of I'aint Lick and Misses Iva and Lcnna Holloa were entertained by Mr. Jerry HIggins and the Mines Hlggins on Richmond pike Sunday. Rev, N. (!. Young filled his appointments nt the M, K. church here Saturday and Sunday. The Sunday School will be reorganized with Mr. 8. N. Morford us Superintendent. Mr. George Dailey died at the liomi of lilt brother, Mr. Powell Dailey, on Thursday, following an illness of a Burial took few days of Influenza. place Friday In the M. K. churchyard here. Tha Woman's Tonic Mrs. Alary J. Irvln, ol Va., writes; "About It years ago, I sulfered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, hetd-Bch- e, I numbness would go lor three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband went to Dr. lor Cardul . , . After taking about two bottles I began going around and when I took three bottles 1 could do 0 all ay work.' Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer has exactly the treads you need for your car and the ' roads you travel. He will gladly help you pick them out. Cullcn, ... m United States Tires are Good Tires The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 6, 1919 RED CROSS GIFTS 3 i s. actually Increased since the armistice. "As for work amnng the French now that hostilities hate censed, I the Krenrh thrmsulws naturally pre-fe- r ns far us pnsslhlo lo protlde for i. 44 4a))4 llielr on li. It hint accordingly heen thnt the guiding principle of M. llcy In Krnnce henceforth lied Cro War Council on Retirement An- Miull he to lme punctilious regard to lis eiery responslhlllt), hut to direct HATFIELD nounces Cash and Supplies Its efforts primarily to assisting DENTIST Trenrh relief Bocletles. The llheruteil Contributed. Office over The Carrard Bank ntiil devnstaled region of I'runce hue heen divided hy the go eminent Into Phones Office 5. Residence 376. WORKERS WILL "CARRY ON." small dlslrlcls, ench olllclully assigned LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 10 a deslKiiuled Krench relief nrKalil-ratio- $400,000,000 1. ''1 9. li k .i ill Mi iiinn Mm wi'mim'' !li MP LAY li& ft. ' : ,:! listening post and you'll pet the Prince Albert call, all right! You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and get so much tobacco joy out of every puff you'll wish you had been born twinsl For, Prince Albert puts over a turn new to every man i'o:id of u pipe or a home mndc cjcaretto. It wins your filed hund com- - your smoketasto up ngainst a because it lias the quality! m.r&r-Wfc. ' - And, ' kimwm W Vy-'A'J- P franco i3 A'i ft? I 'WAT Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch winch is cut out by our exclusive patented process. We tell you to smoke your fill at any clip jimmy pipe or mukin s cigarette without a comeback 1 riht behind this quality flavor and quality fra- - Toppy red bagt, tidy red tint, handlome pound and half pound tin humldora and that clever, practical pound cryttal gtatt humidor with rponge moittener top that keep the tobacco in tuch perfect condition, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- N. C U OF SALE FARM IMPLEMENTS LIVE STOCK and Having sold my farm, I will soil at public auction on THURSDAY, MARCH 13th, 19 at my farm adjoining J. B. Rubles, two miles North of Buena Vista, ning promptly at Ten o'clock sell the following personalty: begin- 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 workhorse; One three year old work mule; Two coming two year old horse mules; Two mare mules, coming two years old. CATTLE:-Si- x two year old steers; six two year old heifers; Two with calves by side. good milk cows HOGS:-Twen- ty shouts, weight about 40 pounds ouch; Twenty-fiv- e shouts weight about 100 pounds; weight GO pounds; Thirty-fiv- e .shouts Twenty shouts 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 live barrels of number one seed corn. This corn I have raised for a number of years and know it to be a heavy yielder. Will be sold in 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. Capt. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. R. P. Ison 'iH,m '.iiTYJ BUENA VISTA. KENTUCKY. ''The American Ited Cross work In 1'rnnie wns Initialed hy a commission of oluhlcon men who landed nn Kremh shores .tune 1.1, 1017. Since then some O.iss) persons hnplieen upon the rolls In I'rnnce, of whom 7,'SK) were acllwly eni-iiEiwhen the armistice was sinned. An Indication of the present scale of the work will he obtained WiMhltigtiin. (.Sntinl.) Henry P. Invlsiti ns cliiilnuun Issues the follow-In- c from the fiict that the services of 0,0(10 persons lire still required. statement on liclialf of the. War "Our American Kipedltlonnry Force Council of the AmiTlcuri Itiil Cross: haxliiR Inrcely cvnctintcd Knglnnd, the "Tn the American 1'euple: activate of the Ited Cross Commis"The W'nr Council of llio American sion there nre naturally upon n dlmln-Ishlnsenle period. Active operations Ilcil Crnss niiilntiHl by President Wll-wi- n on May 10, 1017, to curry on the nre still In proeress In Arcbaiifel and Siberia. work of the American lied Cross dur-In- s In Italy hns been nlmost "The the war, nt their request and hy entirely work n on behalf of the civilian vote of the Central Committee, ceased of that country tn the critical at midnight, February US. hours of Italy's struesle the American "ltnineillnlely the nrinUtlre was people, IhrouEh their lied Cross, sent signed the W'nr Council Instituted practical messinre of sjmpnthy nnd studies to determine when the. strictrelief, fur which the government nnd ly war work of the organization would piiiple of Italy have never censed tn hne heen stimYli'iitly matured In pres tl.elr gratitude. the direction of affairs to he Supplies and Personnel to Near East hy the iivntmueut slnff. Henry "The occasion for such concentra1'. I hi v I -- on, IicIiik In Purls when the tion nf effort In Italy, England, nnnlsllce uns-sign- ed, summoned n nnd eien In France hnlng nntur-allconference there of the heads of ell nnd normnlly diminished, a has the Heil Cross Commlsslniis In Kurope been possible to to cnnvnss the situation. After con- personnel In large divert suiilles nnd measure to the nl sidering nil the fuctors It wns con- - ..f llu.i.. 1. I. un "Kin ii'i March 1. The very fortunntit choice i Mde iivfiKiaiict, Initumni""uut? 111 inu ulio-AtifTorlncs of Dr. Livingston Fnrrand ns the new have been upon nn appalling scnle. chairman nf the Central Committee, Hie neisls of thee peoples nre so vnst nnd thereby the permanent chief ex- That government nlnne can meet them. ecutive of the Ited Cross, makes possi- but the American lied Cross Is making ble the consummation nf this plan un- nn effort to relleie Immediately the der the most favorable conditions. more ncute distress. Accounts Audited by War Department. "An extensive group of American "IVtullcd reports In Congress nnd n workers bus been dispatched to carry complete audit of Its accounts by the vitally needed supplies, and to work W'nr Department will constitute the this winter In tho various Italkan coun flnnl record of lied Cross activity dur - tries. In order lo their ac- Ing the war. Although It hns been tlvltles, n Italkan commission has been the rule to mnku public nil expeudl-- 1 established, with headquarters at Home, Italy, from which point nlone tures when authorized anil to give Information relntlve to ull work all the llalknn centers can be reached undertaken, the W'nr Council In turn- promptly. MA commission has Just reached l'o- ing over Its responsibilities to Dr. Fnrrand nnd his nssuclntes dolre to give lntid with doctors nnd nurses, mcdlcnl a brief resume nt Hed Cross wnr time supplies, and food fur sick children activities to the American ptsiple, to nnd Invalids. An American lied Cros. whom the Ued Cross belong, and whose Commission has nlso been appointed e generous contributions havu mnile to alii In relieving the suffering of litis nil thut hns been accomplished. slan prisoners still contlned In German "During the past nearly twenty-on- e prison camps. ' "An Important commission Is still months the American people have given In cash and supplies to the working In rnlesllne. Through tho war speclul American Ited Cross more than has been No vnlue can bo placed usin given to tho Armenian nnd Sjrlan Ite- the contributions of service which llef Commission, which wns the only have heen given without stint and of- agency able In carry relief In the In tentimes at great sacrifice by millions terlor of Turkish dominions. of our people. Red Cross Will Continue. "Tho effort of tho American Ited Iled Cross effort Is thus far flung. Cross In this wnr hns constituted by It will continue to be so. Hut the fur tho largest, voluntary gifts of movement represented by this work money, of hand and heart, over conhns likewise assumed an Intimate place tributed purely for the relief of hu- In the dally life of our people at home. man suffering. Through tho Ited Cross The army of workers which has been the heart and spirit of the whole recruited r.nd trained during tho war American people have been mobilized riut not be demobilized. All our exto take care of our own, to relieve the perience In the wnr shons clearly that misery Incident to the war, and nlso there Is an unlimited field for service lo reveal to the world the supreme of the kind which can be performed with peculiar effectiveness by tho lied Ideals of our national life. "Ilverjone who hns had any part In Cros What Its future tasks may bo this war effort of the Ited Cross Is en- It Is jet Impossible to forecast. W'e titled to congratulate himself. No know that so long as tlwre Is nn Amerthanks from anyone could bo equal In ican army In the field the Ited Cross value tn the self satisfaction every will have a special function to perform. 'Nothing could bo nf greater Imisir one should feel for the part taken. Fully S,0OO,000 American women have laneo to the American lied Cross than exerted themselves In Iled Cross serV' the plans Just set In motion by the fire great Red Cross societies of the world Ice. Has Over 17,000,000 Adult Members. lo develop a program of extended activities In the Interest of humanity. "When we entered the war the Tho conception Involves not alone efAmerican Ited Cross bnd about WO 000 forts to relieve human suffering, but membirs. Today, as the result of the to prevent It; not nlono n movement recent Christmas membership Roll by th pooplo of an"vndlvldual nntlon, Call, there are upwards of 17,000,000 I but nn attempt to arouse all people to full paid members outside of the mema sense of their resKinslhIllty for the bers of tho Junior Red Cross, number- I beings through ing perhaps 0,000.000 school children welfare of their fellow program out tho world. It Is a both additional. and practical. Ideal In that Its Ideal "The chief effort of tho Red Cross supreme aim Is nothing less than verduring tho war has been to enre for good will to our men In service and to aid our itable "I'eaco on earth army and navy wherever the Rod men," and practical In that It seeks to take means nnd measures which are Cross may ho called on to nsslst. As actually nvallnhlc and make them efto this phaso of tho work Surgeon (Jen-erfective In meeting without delay the Ireland of tho 17. S. Army recentIs dally recurrent In the ly said: The Red Cross has been all crisis which enterprise as vnst as the war self. lives of all peoples. "For accomplishing Its mission In From tho beginning It has done those things which the Army Medical Corps tho years of peace which must lie ahead of us tho Red Cross will require wanted done, hut could not do Itself." "The Red Cross endeavor In France tho ablest possible leadership, and must enjoy the continued support, symhas naturally been upon an exceptionally largo scale where service has pathy, and participation In Its work of the whole American people. It Is been rendered to tho American Army and to tho French Army nnd the particularly fortunate that such a man French people ns well, the latter par- as Dr. Livingston Farrand should have ticularly during the trjing period heen selected ns the permanent head The unstinted when tho Allied World was waiting of tho organization. for tho American Army to arise In fashion In which all our people gave of themselves throughout the war Is force and iower. Hospital emergency service for our nrmy In Franco hns the best assurance that our Red Cross greatly diminished, but tho Ited Cross will contlnuo to recclvo that which will inuko Its work a sourco Is still being called upon for service upon a largo scale In the great base of pride and Inspiration to every American." hospitals, where thousands of AmeriMr. Davison, as chairman of the Incan lick and wounded ro still receiving attention. At these hospitals the ternational Commission of the American Red Cross, has undertaken to repIted Cross supplies hut and facilities for the amusement and recreation of resent the American Red Cross In the the men ai they become convalescent. preparation of tho program for extended Red Cross activities, and will spend Our Army of Occupation In German; wis followed with Medical unit pre- the next several months In Europe tn consultation with other Red Cross socipared to render the same emergency Id and lupply service which was the eties for that purpose. prlmary business of the Red Cross THE WAR COUNCIL OF TI1B AMERICAN RF.D CROSS. during hostilities. The Army Canteen Ueury P. Davison, Cnilrmft service oloog the lines of travel has Five Dig Societies In World Wide Plan. H. P. Davison Heidi International American Red Croat Commission. Dr. Livingston Farrand Permanent Leader of Peace Organisation. Office at Kalney'a Livery Stable. Lancaster. Kentucky Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. J. A. Beozley MINERAL DIRECTOR Omre Over National Rank. Residence t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Answered Night. LANCASTER, Promptly Phone 317. KENTUCKY. Day or Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, GIVE - KENTUCKY. ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Hours a.m. - KENTUCKY. p.m. 7:3iM)p.m. Office over Stormes Drug Store. -1 NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, GRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN. FREE Illustrated Catalog. NO AGENTS. KY. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons LEXINGTON, JOHN WHITE L CO. LOUISVILLE, KT. Liberal assortme.t m4 full value pals' fer rune runo Hides aael Seat SUM Btuleeta,PhoaoQraphy TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY vVlltORfc.s In itttrctntll) Trfaldont bat rrcof tiptrlnc tod tkokinc biitlnr, rIm 40 rwi thirtlnf r oun at rnn Hi"! woinra for nrrttnv itJnlr B"W, LUjiaWILHlK It. MmjTU,LsvvlCIsMi. Itt The undersigned hereby give warn-Vi- e to all persons not to trespass upon our land: for nny purpose whatever Is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunt-er- a and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Elkin, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Surah J. V, Hackley, Mrs. Emma IIlRglnbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. 8. C. Rlgsby. Da M. Anderson. R. L. Barker POSTED , The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 6, 1919. NEW BLOUSE HAS JAMES R. LOWELL'S Birthday Celebrated In CALL FOR FAVOR New York. of, The International celebration the centennry of the birth of James Russell Lowell wns held in New York, February lfl-2- 2 under the auspices of the Americnn Academy of Arts nnd letters to which a notable assemblage of llritish nml Americnn publicists were gathered. As our Minister to I.iMclcn, Mr. t.owcll exerted himself In furthering the recipocal Rood will between America nnd Great Ilritlnn, nnd In the wnrmth of the present state of brotherhood between these great nations the tribute to Lowell is very tilting. I'erhnps it was Lowell's graceful, gracious spirit of taking himself lightly that made him agreenble to the English who niny have found some socially rather of his predecessor ponderous. This delightful spirit is shown in n paragraph of n letter written upon his reigning from the Lditorship of the Atlantic Magazine, n position of honor nnd remuneration, to his friend nnd successor to that chair, James T. "You will be surprised Fields before long to find how easily you get on without me, and wonder that you ever thought me n necessity. It is amazing how quickly the waters close over one. He carries down with him the splash and struggle, nnd fancies it is still going on when the last bubble even has burst long ago. Goodbye Nnture is equable. I have lost the ATLANTIC, but my cow has calved as if nothing had happened". A nature like thnt is furccr immune to pomposity or bitterness of to stei' Wheat And Foodstuffs. This Is BitUr Well, Mr. is getting some serious blows nowadays. He is beginning to feel the effect, but the process will be a slow one, nnd it will be some time before he is rrndy to throw up the sponge. The high prices of the last two years hnvc encouraged production in this country tremendously. We have had great crops of whent nnd corn nnd heavy production of beef nnd pork. The cnlls of the Allies hnvc lessen ed and the United Stntes government will require less nml less ns the nrmy lemobilizes. The result will be a gradual further lowering of prices. Just now the fnctor In keeping them up seems to be the governments guarantee of the price of iL'.'Jfi for the 1!U! whent crop. Wheat Is n stnndnrdizer. It keeps up the prices of the other grnins nnd of feed, nnd consequently of beef and pork. Hut the same cause does not operate in other countries. We may be put in the anomalous position of pay-- 1 Ing :i.'J for wheat when it sells in the Argentina for not 'much more than half that price. The government must keep fnith with the fnrmer. lie has been loynl ami wilting nnd has planted whent nt. Om Peplum Model In the Limelight Among Many Designs Being Shown. INDIAN TUNIC MADE OF KID fjrn' "YourNoseKnows All smoking: tobaccos use some flavoring. The Encyclopaedia Britannica says about the manufacture of smoking1 tobacco, on the Continent and in America certain 'sauces' are employed . . . the use of the 'sauces' is to improve the flavour and burning qualities of the leaves." Than Laxativtt ary Try Ik NN Tafcltl Cacti HICM Per AWVm Will CrrMt Your Ctnttfa.ilon antf Mak Cenatant Dotlnc Urnmi, and Other Pottery Ornamentation Colon Add to Features of GarFabrics That Have ment Never Been Comldered. New York. The bloue I n sartor-lu- t roliln. It heralds the nitirimcli of spring. It I tin' klml f accessory to n costume thnt liotti pleaes liml That It Is usunlly wrong Is the crillct of imwt women. Wlii'ii It Is right It Is very, very right, nml Hint Is the best thnt rnn lie said for It, observes n prninlncut fushlnn writer. Its possibilities fur evil lire not limited. Those who recognize that the neckline governs the appearance of the fnce know full well the chances for good nnd csll Hint rest In the col- Inr (if n M'pnrnle nlst. There Is no end to the making of Mouses, ns of hooks. No one rnn cavil nt the paucity of these garment. Any liop In imy town, nt nny time, nn-- l Poor AMlmlUtlnn wiy nn.l Tnfiw n iorhr nmitUhfil low vitality. lCHir rllmlriatloii mxina frrmtMitntlon, putrl-factirlorjrrtl nrvl the formation of itHintii IC&fea Klikh nro nlmirlrl y the blool iumI rnnlrtl tltruiiKh tlm lnnly. Hi mutt la nmkru'tM, tu n.l.irtitf, rixitctl I oritur, In.ictivo liver. ot enrmr utt-ttusnr- s. I'lllou ntucLa, lit npp-Mltmiurrtshril McmhI, m1Iw complexion, ilmplm. kl dlxvuc, tuul uftiii tliut-- aviluua ill .lrtlm lwl, ri!liie. tr "... Tuxerlo uses chocolate the purest, most whole-sem- e and delicious of all flavorings Everybody likes chocolate we all know that chocolate added to anything as a flavoring always makes that thing still more enjoyable. That is why a dash of chocolate, added to the most carefully selected and properly aged burley tobacco, makesTuxedo more enjoyable "Your Nose Knows" 1 liiatUrf, rurre nnl en 1hartla tmltA, oil, ralomel nnl tlx m.ijr nlW-vfor a few hour, but rral. Ustlmr I x wilt ran only roran through i; (f iimllrlno tlut ttmra tip nml trenfithf-nth 1UU ai wt-na tit li.'iiliit.tln (irintia, f Nature a Remedy Lmx tlrt n (Nit TaMeti) nn, tnl.o ui t t Irt m li nlitht fur n flt. ItHkf w til folkiw-trVrry flrM ilufc. but a tvvt iliy will rlnpflfl IWnrn )uU fifl IUkI r rail in tlio fullni Wlin ni jrtt tratirhlrrirtl nut nrvl fri-- t Juat rtsht nu nrM tatt take in1l Inn nicaln rvrry ilay in itcraslonal SIX Tut. lot tlun krrp )imr fyitrrn tn xxl conJltlon nn.l you wTI alunyji frrl 11 jour tvi (fmrnilr, krrrlnn taMrr nrnl rliraprr tUi n Ktlmr wrtl Nature1 Mtmcdy (Mt Tul.kut nrrt iMtl.I, mtirnntcnl nn1 rturuimritl-i- l by jour uruKiii, Ilk tie. Orillnnry the government's request. Tmo courses Jti thnt the government should buy the whent nt nnd sell it nt the mar' ket price. The other suggestion is' thnt the government should pay the farmer the difference between t'lM nnd the price at which he sells his crop, hither wny would give us whent, nnd consequently flour nnd1 bread, at lower prices, and also iifc- guard the farmer. The loss would ultimately come out of the pockets of the lire suggested -- one R. E. McRODERTS, L.nc.t.r. Ky. "The Rich Man's Guar-tlia- n, spirit. At the close of his mission to the brilliant Court of St. James, feasted and dined as no other American Amhad been perhaps, he returned to America, saddened by the death of his wife, to live at the home of his daughter in the country. To mope over the sudden changes of life? Hardly! He got a hoc and raised the most beautiful cabbage patch in the neighborhood and graciously kept the tables of his supplied with the "fruits" of his gardening efforts for the season. An American Indian blouse of dull-blu- e kid embroidered In a pottery design of red and silver. The sash of red satin Is knotted In front. npt to confute n woman with the multiple offerings hurled nt her across the counter the moment the asks to look nt blouses. These hits of the costume nre the smnll change of the shopkeeper. They lire taken In nnd out of Hock, on nnd on the counter, throughout the different months of the yenr. They fill In paces. They break the monotony of business which arrives between the periods of high pressure. It Is not true thnt what n woman wants she can nlwnya get In this department of llnw, but It Is overwhelmingly true thnt whatever she Kays she wants Is answered by nn nvalnnche of designs, offered to her ns the best and the latest. Evil Possibilities of Blouses. Of courte, there nre new fashions In They have the blouses this tprlng. been shown to women; they hnve been purchased for the unusually large exodus to the South, nnd they will peul to the majority of women during the next four weeks, when one's thoughts turn to the rehabilitation of the winter wurdrobe, or the uequUl-tlo- n of a new one. There Is no uoro paucity of Inven- tlon In blouses this year than last. France nnd America have both done their best and It Is In this vust vn- rlety that evil possibilities He. It women could he trained to regard the blouso ns bomethlng futul, unless well chosen, they would go uliout tlu busl- lies of getting together a halt dozen with the precaution and pivclslon nec-essury when walking on Ice. They would not buy georgette because It Is fnshlonable, tomato-rehivuuso It was the style, no would they choose galbraiding or loon embroidery, slioi-lu- u brass buttons hecuusu the designer! had chosen to exploit these caprices. They would go among all tho masses of walstH with the precision of n bird lljlng to Its nest. They would take the nearest straight line to what they wnnt. If they did not And It they would go elsewhere; If It wns not to lie round In the mops ttiey would have It inndebynspeclullst or u senmstrcs:, pattern. from n The part of n blouso that Is very often fatal Is the collar. There nre few women who can stand more thnn two types ot neckline. A woman should not rebel against this verdict. 8ho fcbould accept It and thut elimShu should experiinate trouble. ment with blouses that do not carry She either one of these necklines. must remember that no blouse la worth Its price if It hasn't the kind of collar that offsets the neckline of her coat She must also take well Into consideration the difference between a blouse which Is to be worn us a part of a costume topped by u fur or clotb Icoat. and ono that Is merely a shirtwaist and part of a tailored suit These are not all the requirement bassador aroma. Then smell it deep its delicious, pure fragrance will convince you. Try this test with any other tobacco nnd we will let Tuxedo stand or fall on your judgment Try This Test: Rub n little Tuxedo briskly in the palm of your hand to bring out its full And The Poor Man's Friend." "Your Nose Knows" mi7 vmw M Hw J.R. FUNK W The Perfect . Tobacco for Pip and Clfsretl. I II in ww tMANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Guaranteed tor 127 East Jefferson LOUISVILLE,'KY. HARNESS Strtct Steer Into Us If you want Graduate Mechanics to keep your Auto up to snuff and out of trouble. ' fll ' j I j Work Guaranteed. of every character needed to Wehave accessories supply your wants. OUR "RANKBREAK" SPARK PLUGS ARE GUARANTEED AGAINST BREAKAGE OR SHORT CIRCUIT DURING THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR , I i "ITS THE WORLDS GREATEST SPARK PLUG." ' i ' "Star" and "Racine Horseshoe" TIRES are Guaran- teed with our money. The Central Garage. ii RIGHT ON THE SQUARE" The olce of the dog killer Is loud in the hind, It is unpopular to say ii word, for the dog now that he is "down" nnd his 'day is over'. Hut every loer of dogs feel that many n dog pns with his life for his master's neglect. The well-fewell cared for dog is not apt to by the marauder. One begs to submit in behalf of the dog, 'enitor Vest's classic tribute, in which every nppncintive mnster will recognize his own dog. One of the mmt beautiful tributes pnld to n dumb anm.al came from the lips of the late Senator (rnhnm Vest. The occasion wns n trial over the killing of n dog. which wts held In n Mhour. town when he wns ii young lawjer. Senator Vest npjienred for the plainthr, while Senator Kruicis M. Corkrcll, then a eeuntry prnctioner, r?precnted the Young Vest took no Indefemlent. tel est In the testimony, and irnde no notes, hut at the cloe of the cne nros-;-, and in n soft voice innde the following address; "Gentlemen of the Jury The !xt fr end n man hns m the world may turn ngaint him, nnd berime his tnemy Ills son or daughter that be has reared with loving care may prove ungrateful. Those who are nearest and dearest to us, those whom we trust with our happiness and our good name, may become traitors to their faith. The money that ii man has, he may lose. It flys away from him, perhaps when he needs it matt. A man's refutation n.ay he sacrificed in n moment of action. The people who nre prone to fall on their knees to do us honor when success is with us may be the first to throw the stone of malice when fail-- i ure settles the clouds upon our heads, 'The one absolutely unselfish frund j that a man ran have In this selllsli ' world, the one thnt never deserts him, the one thnt never proves ungrateful or treacherous is his dog. A tnnn's dog stands by him in prosperity and Ho will sleep on the cold in sickness. ground, where the wintry winds blow and the snow drives fiercely, if only he may he near his master's side. He will lick the hand that has no food to offer; he will lick the wounds nnd sores thnt come in encounter with the roughness of the world. He guards tho sleep of his pauper master as if he were n prince. When all other (friends desert he remnins. When 'riches tuke wings and reputation falls to pieces be is ns constant in his I love as the sun in its journey through heavens. ItheIf fortune drives the master forth ns nn out-cain tho world, friendless anil homeless, the faithful dog naks no higher privilege thnn that of accompanying him, to guard him ngninst danger, ami to fight against his enemies. And when the last scene of all conies, and death takes his master In its embrace und his body is laid nwny in the cold ground, no mntter if all other friends pursue their wny, there by the graveside will tho noble dog be found, his head between his paws, his eyes sad, but open In nlert watchfulness, faithful end true even In death." When he concluded his remarks, there were hut few dry eyes in the audience. The case was submitted without further argument, and the Jury promptly returned a verdict for the plaintiff. hit The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 6 1919. SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF Oil hr HOT.n UntlAT. Haarlem nr the trofly J'ou Toko .it 'I ui liir hirimlfv la wlthfUntl .lt'lfkff ut Klin v, live, oil r'tii i tM iwi iim.i f nr - .'n i irl I1f r ami Lto.ttti'h ir)i Vi nn! nil tin ht. out the - p.ilt m. N.- uirfi'-wllli th iirli'-- h. ' BU't ij- foil ilT dlffHi 'ih itriTBita 6m1 to bulUl up t iml rMort to H l ) wmkttifl by 1l Mtlh orrar t wr (i t nn nr .un mu i '..a YbfM ntrunt Mfttfy tatahfil. Umua Iney ClUr t w U until ymt r i Innfnbl rf 1r Matvi; unlet thy 1I0 thlr work ar (loot ) ' ')TMtuI' t ' ' ' '."Iff m tie, rImrfc n (. i1Mm tltlv " otr i'rjr . . III III1 t"ln tilf, PlH f .1 nrti' tlr I tvl'l rrt liMni? i 1, frt ti lr In" rh uiyouI tm, i In m nf ir l. .' tMr.K- all fid) i HUM MKIMl. Monri ni i' .i' lit M uU- I KHAKI COLUMN I fr n!. This letter from James II. Smith, who is with the American Kxpcditicn-nr- y Korccs is Indeed sad, written to his father, who died here last November and the sin lins not yet heard the distressing1 news nnd rays In the letter thai ho hadn't heard from home but one time and that letter vns wr.t. tin last suinnur by his sislir: "Somewhere In Franco" Jan. i", l'. Mr. Jnmes II. Smith, My Dear Father: Will write you n few lines Hnight DC DC 3ME Ikw nro you standinc the tln:ej now, tine I hope. Sure would give nnj-thin- g to see jcu now, but hope it EXPERT STENOGKAPHEK. won't be lorir before I cm see you I hear that we nr Koing to ngain. I am ready to do your typewriting. I linve this phce in a few dnyi for the take shorthand dictation and can come to seaport and thnt we will poou bo oom-in- g home again, and you bet I I'o'i't your office any evening or banking care how soon cither. hours. Well we had n snow here last iilght nil Otfice at Gulley House, phone 166. My and we have been snow-ballin- g ilny. rates are reasonable and will appreciate 1 received a letter from Sallie T. your services. the other day, n letter she had written when she was at home last summer HUGH MOBLEY. Just before she started home. So thnt is the only time I have heard DC DC DC DC from home. I am in the 77 Division, 307 InNew York Division, Go. I fantry, so write me n letter real soon the bedside of hit aon.He nays there nnd tell me all the news, for I am iMAKKSBUKY i no change in the condition of his anxious to hear from home. So will Mr. Klnnncry of IjinrntiT rwnl son. close for this time, hoping to hear with Mr. Turn O'Hrarn. the wtck-rni- l Miss Delia lticc Hughes of Ijimchs-te- r, from you soon. Your son, and Charles M. Ilourne spent James II. Smith. Mr. Hicks nml family hate moved which he re- from I'riday until Monday with Miss to the Itohinron farm Alice Sutton nnd Mr. K. T. Sutton. The following letter to the parents cently iurchaeil. The Kuests were joined Kriday even-iti- of joung m. King who lost his life Uankin nn.l Mr. W. T. Mr. Ihomm by Miss Sallie Um N'aylor nnd ut sea. while on duty on the U. S S. Doolin ami family pent Sunday with others foimini; quite n Jolly little Irriilu from He v. C IJ. l!l.nn, who Mr. D.ivid Kitnkin, Jr. party. nssisted '.n the burial services, ne.'r Mr. Hudson and Minn Matilda lum Mr. Stune of Mt. Hebron, nnd .Miss Queens IV"iy on the Firth of Forth, of Litchcr were the puetti of Mr. and Margaret HulTnian drove to Danville nen" KdiiJu.'g: Mrs. It)lr lnm Sunday "IT. S. X. Hose Hospital, No. :!, one day lnt week and were united in care I'astmater, New York, N. Y. Mr. anil Mr. Itohert Clnrk and Mr. marriage by n minister of that city. Dee. 31, 1U1S Jarno Itoynton who have been ill, Miu Huffman is 17 jears old and is the daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs, Ceorce Mr. F.dard I.. King, have regained their uual health. The pruom is one year I'amt Lick. Ky., Itoutc 3. Mr. Ixiury Kpeake and family of llulfnun. My Dear .Mr. King: older than the bride. Mt. Hebron were Kuet Sunday of You have heard before this, I am Jlr. and Mrs. It. K. Speak Tuedny. sure, of the loss nt sea of our sou, CARTERSVILLE. W. King, of the U. S. S. Florida nnd Mr. Oil Hutfman and family of Jcamlne county have moved to the Mr. Nathan Day has returned from before this reaches you you will hear 1 licks property. the camp. that the body has been found. Sometenant lsouv on the time ngo we received a message from Mr. Tom Chenut Joined hli wife at I'.ov. J. M, lioMn-o- n nnd wife and the Florida that your son had been the home of bin parenU, Mr. ami Mr. Mr. John Key visited Mrs. Susie Ken- lost on Nov. 30, and it was thought Mark Hoirie, and was their gurtl for fro last Sunday. This was he had fallen overboard. the day, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnold llrynnt and Just nbout the time the ships were llair.ey who ha Jint Mr. Harmon .children visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker starting home. On Dec. 2 1, the body icturntd from France t his houu in llrynnt. recently, was washed ashore at Queens Ferry, day Ix.Crnnce tpent levcrnl lat Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wylie visited on the Firth of Forth, near F.dinburgh Mljcs Jlartha week with his coutim, and only n few miles from our hosher parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Car pital hero anil MarKaret Curti. at l.cath. It was identij ter at the week's end. fied as thnt of your son, wns sent to In tlit Pitital Office nvr the Cell, or, filled recu. fal I!wiil b- - liiinE, Dr. Penny hn larKev. J. M. llobinsonCarters hisChapel us to be prepared for burial, you. if possible, for shipment to It appointment nt placed tie Sunlile Dem.il Utmp. by was found however, that after being w'.ich he run orl at niKiut wth last Saturday night and Sunday. so long it was not possietual retult a on clear daya. Mr. and Mrs. I!ud Starns and chil in the water Home 2t7. dren and Mrs. Julia Weddle visited ble to preserve it to be returned Otflre I'hone 'JI7. '.Mr. and Mrs. Jelf Davis last Sunday. home. It wns therefore, necessary Veur I'atroniiKo folicited. to bury here. On Sunday afternoon, M. K. Denny, Dentist. I Mr. Uurdctte Allen who was dis Dec. 2U, nt 1! o'clock, we held a ser.Mr. V. I). MarkOmry has returned charged from the training Camp in vice in our chapel over the remains from Lexincton where he has been at Maryland, returned home last Krida'y. sailor, your son, and Assuring come unto God by Christ. you again of our sympathy in your I remain, sorrow, Very sincerely, C. Ii. Illaln. Your son wns plnccd in n very nice casket, bearing n plate engraved with his name nnd ratine." AX mt I'AINTJJCK Jim Itucker visited the home folks Saturday nnd Sunday, t Mr. .1. U. Wright of Irvine was n visitor here Wednesday. Mirses Mary and Alma I.enr were in Louisville last week. Woods Walker has returned from a visit to friends in Alabama. .Mr. and Mrs. Williams visited her parents in. Richmond Monday. Itev. Kills filled his Hvuhc appointment nt KirksvilU, Sunday. Mrs Orvillc Hoone visited her sister, Mrs. Kdil Willlnms the past week. Mrs. W. F. l'arks expects to leave for the city this week to 'm hi r Vi THE respect. CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR in every DCZDE3 Tilts Chevrolet Motor Cur ill Uuilt for sorvicu and comfort. after millintry. Nobe Ledford who has been sick since he was mustered out, is able to be in Taint Lick. Mrs. J. U Coldiron nnd two daughters, Molly and Mrs. James Ingram -arc down with measles. Jliss Naomi Bcttis of l'ittsburg, l'a. is the attractive guest of her grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Hurt. Misses Ida and Cora Hurt and neice Miss Naomi llcttes were in Lexington Tuesday to have Miss Cora's eye Heated. Klder Howling tilled his regular appointments nt the Christian church Sunday morning for the first time since October. Mrs. Mary Highland of Covington, and Mrs. Ada Fly of Paris are expected Friday to visit their mothct, Mr). Martha Fly. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby" Grand Roadster $1045.00 "Er.by Grand" Touring $1045.00 F. O. R. Factory. A car load of these American Heauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let w demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. DDCZZr1C AH members are asked to attend Lets and bring1 some one with them. make this a better year than Iiot. Paint Lick Garage received n car load of handsome Chevrolet cars the past week. Mr. II. N. llcazlcy ha- -, purchased n roadster and Mr. Tevis Kayburn a touring. M. Stephen Todd returned home last week from camp. This Is the first time Stephen has been home since he was called last fall. Mr. Felix Fstridge w.i aid.! to go 3 Bcrca Saturday whore he expjets to rpend n few 'ays with his sot and th'n go to his home in Lov.dei' Kentucky Oil Stocks Active Will Sell Will Buy In the Dental OfTicc over the Ceii-tu- ! I'.ceoid '.trilling, l)r Denny '.as 10 Old Dominion 500 Majestic pieced tie Su:,!:ts Dental Limp, by 1000 High Gravity 500 McCombs which he tun wvil: nt ni'..s with Thompson-Mahone200 100 Pyramid equal results as on clear days. And many others Home 247. Otricc Phone 217. Write me what jnu wish to buy nr vll. "Ki nlinky Oil Ilulletln" mailed Your Patronage solicited. glu's Kentucky Oil Information. M. K. Denny, Dentist. free on request W. C. T. U. will have its reguThe lar monthly meeting with Mrs. O. L LOUISVILLE, KY. Bldg. llammnck Friday evening nt 2:30 P. 1917 J. E. THOMPSON BIG FARM m STOCK SALE at AUCTION Tuesday, March ilth, at 9:30 a m. " As Agents for George V. Owens of Irvine, Kentucky and Clayton Strode, Winchester, Ky., we.will on the above date sell 875 acres of land, known as "Travelers Host" or Shelby nf another Jno. CROSS OUT I Your Washing TmniblesB With a JVestern Electric It Tr i.-.- j4 Washer and Wringer J?' V. nnswer V $ the greotest bugbear in your would- be "The Weekly Family Wash." That's vync usiswfw! every nousewuc 13 whose done the clothes oliMasljioncd -w- I ashboard-and-tub Bulftusc a Western Electric Watblr and Wringer (and you crossout, eliminate, washnR troubles. At a cost of opout three Cents a wcJc for current, your clotbA arc washed by electricity, and washed cleanertter easier than ever Sbefore. We can't tsvou all about the maeical machine here ftt you call on us we 11 show ypu one e it and arrange, if you will, for a denjonstra- n vour nome. cross out your wasninrr bles. Wash Electrically. Let Us Tell You How! BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER. Henry Stone, of Ilrooklyn, N. Y. Stone hnd formerly been un the Florida also, nnd hnd been transbase in ferred to an Ammunition Scotland, and had died here on Dee. 21, after un operation. It eemed rtrnngc thnt the two should be reunited in dentli, after their scperntlon in the service. A funeral party was present and beautiful (lowers and wrcat!i9, sent by the men from Stone's base, rested on the two caskets, which were also draped with the stars and stripei. I read I's. 90, John 1 1: 5 Itev. 20: and 22: and olfered prnjef, after which the men snnu "Nearer, My God to Thee' The remains of your son were borne in n hearse to ScnllclJ cemetery, vcrj close to the hospital here in I.eatli, afUr a prayer wero lowered into the grave. A firing party then gave him I.aval hvliori by firing three volleys oer the grav- - the service Win con cluded by tlij bueiar sounding "t'aps" tht sailors mcdu jrht. The grave will be nuir'.itil by our Government I u idcrstnnd. 1 was inteirstcd in learning your boy came from Kentucky, and tho Paint l.lck neighborhood, as I am from I'ineville, Ky, I have been in Faint I.ick, and have preached in the old Faint l.lck church several times. Mr. James Denny, Itev. Mr. Khlridge, and others there are good friends of mine, I trust it will be a comfort to you In your sorrow to know that your son was honored in his death by his own country men, and to reflect that he gave his lifo In the service of his country. I trust yet more that In the grief of losing him in so sad n way and Just on the evo of his return to America, you will find support and comfort in knowing tho goodness of God, nnd the assurance that we can not understand all Ho docs, yet we can rest in the certainty that "He doeth all things well". May yours be tho hope of meeting your boy In the home that is ready for all who Tevis Farm. LOCATION 5 miles from Der.villc, 1 2 miles from Junction City on Danville and Hustonville Pike and Stanford and Knob Lick Pike. This land will be ottered in six tracts; every tract has pike frontage and is well watered and every tract is ready for the plow. brick residence, slate roof, water, light, bath on each lloor, TRACT 1. Has a modern mule and horse with a fine basement, good furnace, extra poultry house, barn with I I box stalls 13x12 with tongue and groove loft, cattle barn that will hold 250 large cattle with loft room enough to hold dry forage for them, 2 concrete silos 1Cx70 feet, nil feeding can be done without going out of barn, there is a cottage between the cattle barn and the main residence for manager and feeder, Here is a tool shed, corn cribs, stock scales, and all other necessary ' real home. frame house with small barn nnd out buildings, good land nnd well TRACT 2. A watered. TRACT 3. No improvements, but line land and well watered. TRACT 4. No improvements, but line land and well watered. TRACT 5. House and barn, good land well watered. TRACT 6. No improvements, but extra good laud and well watered. Al! of this land is in high slate of cultivation and the fencing is of the best, 200 acres of virgin soili Here is a farm that the improvements and the fencing does not seem that there could be nnv improvements made on it. It has been used as a stock farm nnd there has not been any tobacco or hemp on it for years; it is ready to plow for tobacco and hemp. We want you to see this farm before the sale. Mr. Tevis the former owner and who now lives on it, will take pleasure in allowing it to vou, or you can see our Field Mnn. T. II. Duval!, Gilchcr Hotel, Danville. Ky., or George W. Owens, Irvine, Ky., Clayton Strode, Winchester, Kentucky, or call our office 1108 Fayette Ilank liuilding, Lexington. Kentucky. At the same time beginning at 9:30 A.M., we wdl sell for Mr. 'levis all his personal property, mules, horses, cattle, hogs, nnd machinery, see Special Advertisement on this. This land will be sold at 11 :00 A.M. Sharp. If a rainy day, sale will be held in a comfortable barn on the place. cash, balance one, two and three years, interest d TERMS: Terms of land sale will be at six per cent, or all cash if you like. We reserve the right to oiler this land as n whole or any two or more tracts together, if we so elect. Lunch will be served at Noon by "Shop Perfect . Parties coming from a distance will find nutpmobile accomodations to the land sale at Junction City, car will leave Junction City at 8:00 A. M. nnd 10.00 A. M. on tho morning of the A-oN one-thir- sale- Here is a chnnce to get a farm of most any size tmu you wouiu care to buy anil one mat is ready for the plow. - . . . . .. . . . .... Interstate Realty Company. 1108 Fayette Bank Building. PAUL FINCH, Manager. Lexington, Kentucky. The Cantral Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 0, 1919. LD HICKORY AND WEBER 2in. Complete WIRE FENCE 5000 rod of No. bottom 1 foot at 9 with Bed and Seat, only $ 20.00 I 3in. Complete only $ 25.00. 1 SEED OATS and SEED POTATOES HARNESS. DEPARTMENT We call your 8pecl.il ntten- tion to oiir nn ami shoe Department. Here we make H kinds of Harness or Shoes. OurKlcctric Machinery and our cx,'clt mechanics .will please yon and smooth out all your harness troubles. (Welch's Kepair Dept.) T weGet DOLLY VARDEN top SzzsLZZ2i Rocs at bw Eary ohlo Bur-bank- , 55c per rod No. 10 top and bottom 85 cents per Roau' PI AITD rLUUiv Of course ,t .s ah o j 45c per rod This is American fence of best quality. Phone us your requirements. (Welch's Hardware Dept.) hoVI We also save you money on your Clover, Timothy, Orchard Blue Grass etc. (Welch's Seed Dept.) OnlV lO twr" ktai ch "and ,, better OCr btishcl Dept.) It pays to tro to WELCH'S. (Welch's Grocery . Ar J)1.T,3 PCT OBg. (Welch's Grocery Dept.) TOBACCO CANVAS now 5cts yard. in stock. Best only 8cts yard; Good only 7cts; Cheap only Phone us and we will send it by Parcel Post prepaid. WELCH'S BEREA, KENTUCKY. 'JOHNSONS "FREEZEPROOF PREVENTS FROZENiRADlATORS. It Is lnexp3nsive Does not evaporate a .1 i " Department THE STORE BEREA, KENTUCKY. 'KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." KITCHEN CABINET No one by Klvlng can escape the ob ligation to save. We must both give """'Hj HH and save. jnj Easy to us Does not freeze jjjji c i 1 Ons p ulcile pMt.'CiS a For.l car to live degrees belovnsero tBB lojijvHastiUwimej S ' jI Meanness. and niggardliness have never been American faults; but thrlu and prudence have not been American virtues. The Saturday evening Tost. LET US CAN WHAT WE CAN. FIHH At my residence, two miles from Lancaster on ltoEtoWts3JDru Teach Children to Love Books. Happy lire the children of this day! mid age-- In that they have so lualiyj good hooks; In that If they cannot buy, they certainly can borrow from the public libraries, licit Is one truth, u very simple truth, that all parents urr. i uniler obligation to teach their children that If they can barn to love liooks they can always forget the lrrl- tnllons of inenainl thing; they can lay uslde cares nnd Mill their they can put their worries and ' disappointments to sleep. Importation of Intestines. Intestines are Imported Into the United Stales from China to the extent of nearly $1IK).( worth n .veiir. They nr used by packing houses for siuiuge casings. The Intestines tiro prepared for shipping ut Sliuiiutial, Hankow, or Tientsin by being scraped, cleaned and preserved with salt and salt water, nnd packed In oak barrels limine u capacity cif 2,fiOO to 3,000 bundles with nbout 30 per cent wilt. I'lis Intestines are exported In n dried condition. Perchcron mares nnd a car every other week during the season shipped by express direct from the farms. See our Percheron linres before you buy. Time to responsible parties.. Will show you horses any day In the week except Monday. J. F. COOK AND CO., Lexington, Kentucky. or BC31, Phone 47. Night Phone 2846-.10 High Grade PRIVATEi;SALE. W. 0. 1IGN Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phoue IK. Residence Phone 33.1 IIILi: apples are plentiful nnd to save for winter usn let us pre-par- u some of the good things from the queen of fruits. Apple Butter. Pure and core apples, . rSttntlNw4M 1. cut fino through u meat grinder, and to every pint of npplu pulp take one quart of fresh cider; boll dovvnoc-ha!- f, mid the apple pulp and cook slowly, stirring often. When It begins to thicken add brown sugar to sweeten. Cook until the butler Is of the right consistency, like soft Jam; pour Into Jars or glasses while hot and cover with parallln when cool. If preferred spiced, allow the follow Ins quantltes: To every Ave quart of pulp use one teaspoonful euch of ground cloves, allspice and cinnamon. Indian Chutney. Take two quart! of turt apples, one pound of raisins, two quarts of green tomatoes, one Miiall onion, three cupfuls of brown sugar, two tupfuls of lemon Julce,pnc teaspoonful of cayennu pepper, three cupfuls of vinegar, one-hacupful of mlt and one ounco of gluger. Pure tiud core the apples, add the peeled onion, then the tomatoes, and put ull through the meat grinder; add the raisins; mix all together and let stand In an earthen Jar overnight, v In the morning vet tho Jur In kettlo of watei and boll slowly for tlx hours, stlrrlui often. Put Into Jurs and seal. Grape Catchup. Take five pound ot rlpo grapes, two and a half pouudi of browu sugar, u tablespoonful ol pepper and u tublespoouful each ol whole cloves, cinnamon and allspice two cupfuls of vinegar, two teuspoou fuls of salt, two bludes of inuce. Pui the whole spices In a small bag, and remove them, after tba catchup li thick and ready to bottle. Seal v. bill bot. Cucumber Rsllsh. Grata one oi more ripe cucumbers, squeeze quit) dry, then add good vinegar to make ol of catchup; ad the consistency chopped onion, fresh chopped red pep per and salt to season. Uottle with out cooking. the Buckeye pike, I will sell at public auction on Saturday, March 8th, 1919 beginning at 10:30 a. m., the following personalty Three sows and pigs; Bunch of shoats; Two sows, bred: Two cows and calves; Three heifers ready to calve; Three work horses; One pair of 16 hand horse mules, best in the county; One extra 7 year old horse mule; One 6 year old combined mare; lady broke; One good new Columbus wagon; One hay frame; two turning plows, good as new; Two e double shovels; One cultivator; One cutting harrow; One new buggy and harness, used about one week. A lot of hay and corn; Two hundred and kitchen furniture. Also two stands of chickens and some house-hol- d bees and three new gums. TERMS announced on day of sale. two-hors- Oscar Farmer. LANCASTER, AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. KENTUCKY.