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THE LOGICAL CANDIDATE. i t, I ' I 1 J 3 I 1 l 1 t ' v - i (Kditorial.) The press dispatches from Wnahington that wc are noon to have a Special ScHsion of grand-JurCongress to bo called by the rard Circuit Court has only set three Danville friends Saturday received BRUSSELS, March 15. The n days but during thnt time have turn President start anew the delegates to the conference here, ed in eight Indictments, one proving a cablegram announcing the death of gossip In the Kighth Con-- t very sensational, in the indictment of Mr. Millard Casey In France where regarding tho taking over by the Algresnloiuil District about a sue- -' Porter Dishon for "accessory before he had been a member of the Ameri- lies of the German mercantile fleet cesser to the late Hon. Harvey Last nnd the provisioning of Germany, the fact of wilful murder". He is n can Expeditionary Forces. Helm. It is understood that brother of T. K. Dishon who murder October he was wounded In action have definitely accepted the condied his wife Inst August anil then com nnd from the Injuries sustained nt tions imposed by the Allies. the power is lodged in the GovA monthly ration for Germany of He mitted suicide, details of the fearful that time he never recovered. ernor to call this election and tragedy being given in this paper at was a son of Dr. Henry L. Casey, of .170,000 tons of food stuffs was fixed set the date. It is not definitely this city, and wns well known in this by the allied commission which is in the time. known when this will be done He volunteered his ser- this city conferring with a German The charge in the Indictment says; community. but is thought likely to be call- Dishon, unlawfully, vices to the goternment nt the begin-in- delegation ns to the turning over of "One Thomas ...1 111 !.. of the war and rendered valuable German merchant shipping nnd nnd with wilfully ami feloniously 11ILMIU III Ullll'I IICIll f. t'U !.. It The news of ny-owned malice aforethought, killed und mur service to his country. securities in payment for to have a representative "After studying financial condi dered Lilly Dishon, by hanging her his untimely death cume ns u great for food shipments. the district in this Special Ses- The Germans observed that these tinns in nil parts of the country" said ami when she escaped and his attempt shock to his friends in this communsion. Arm Broken Secretary (Ilass, "I have decided the wns discovered, shooting nnd killing ity. Danville Advocate, rations was smaller than they had reMr. Casey is a brother of Dr. J. M. quested, nnd were pessimistic as to This brings out the discus- Mr. Alex West unfortunately hud interests of the United States will her with n pistol loaded with powder A number hit left nrm broken last Monday uf- best be served at this time by the is- and ball nnd other hard substance Casey, of this city, who is also with the arrangement of satisfactory fision of candidates. which and woundshort term notes ,,.,. ill if ,natiiriinln tinl'.. Lit t( In.- ternoon, which is causing hini much suanceof oflong term bonds, rather and fromthen andshootingdied; the said the American Kxpeditionary Forces. nancial terms. Ul (., . t .1 Germany expects thnt the Allies there known that they would serve uiin us veil as no little Inconvenience than have to bear the limited which ing, she and killing being wilfully, will provide food supplies until Aug. rate murder BILLY KING Tin- - injury resulted while leuding a would the Democratic party if the mnll pony, which became frightened of interest of 4 maliciously and feloniously done with 15, which is the earliest possible date per cent. honor of the nomination was and Jumped r.il.innt him, knocking "The Victory Liberty Loan will malice aforethought nnd before the Wounded Hero Returns that flour from this year's harvest can be counted upon, said Under-Secrthrust upon them. Others are him down the fall breaking the arm. therefore, take the form of notes of time of the commission thereof and From France. tary of State Von Braun before leav the United States maturing in not within twelve months last past, in spoken of as actual candidates ing for Brussels where he took part over live years from the date of issue. Garrard County, Ky., and on the for the nomination. The most Rex Garage His many friends in Danville were in negotlntlons .lay of 1018". said Porter These notes will be ns were the Libwith nn Allied com glad to welcome "Billy" King back favorably mentioned by the Dishon diil wilfully ami maliciously mission relative to food shipments Loan Changes Hands ertypay bonds, the direct promise nnd feloniously and with malice again today. Billy landed in nnd voters of this section and the nforc home to of the United States, will be the turning over to German ship Mr. S. T. Sanders who ha run the issued both in registered ami coupon thought, counsel, udvise nnd procure, the United States Wednesday after a ping for the use of the Entente na most generally named in conRegHex Gninge the past cur sold his form, nnd the coupon notes will be said Thomas Dishon to murder the fine record with the famous 5th tions. nection with the nomination is interest last fur week to Messrs Frank said Lilly aforesaid, and iment of Marines in France nnd lost Herr Von present and Virgil Conn, of this city and they in final form nnd will have attached ndvised undDishon, as die said Thom- no time in returning to Danville, would ask Braun said Germany A. Hardin, Charles counseled the interest coupons covering the enfor 1,400,000 tons of judge of this Judicial District. have tnken charge. The new firm tire life of the notes. I nm hopeful as Dishon, to kill said Lilly Dishon which lie declares looks better to him grain nnd a monthly importation of It is now conceded should he will le known m Conn and Conn ami that the notes is final engraved form nnd get nil of her; said Lilly Dishon than Paris or anything else that 100.000 tons of pork and futs, in ad France has to offer. Billy enlisted in decide to heroine a candidate will make a strong combination, both will be ready for delivery by the being the wife of said Thomas Dis- the Marines last spring and at the dition to condensed milk, rice, oatgentlemen being mechanics opening of the campaign, April 21 hon, and escape and not be caught. meal and other commodities particufor the Congressional nomina- of seicrnl and said Thomas Dishon in pursuance training camp had an opportunity to larly for invalids, infants and hos Jears experience "I urn led to ndopt the plan of be no tion that there would enter nn officer's training school but pitals. They hate an important announceshort term notes rather than of suid advise nnd counsel, did kill other candidate from either of ment for the next issue of the Record, long term bonds largely because of nnd murder, his wife us aforesaid." turned it down in order to get overHe estimntcd the cost of these shipseas sooner. He landed in France in ments A damage suit brough by the Adthe counties composing his Wntih for it. at five billion marks. the fact that I believe a short term July nnd after a short period of train It is a matter of great importance, issue will maintain u price at ubout ministrator of Lilly Dishon against ing was nssigned Judicial District Tor it is well to the 5th Regiment he said, T. E. Dishon, that food should arrive at the par after the campaign is ended far thu Administrator of known that the Democrats of Death Claims a part of the famous 2nd Division. earliest possible moment, nnd that more readily than would n longer for $25,000 was atgued before Judge The 2nd Division suffered a greater the Garrard, Lincoln, Itoyle and Infant Daughter. term issue" Motion of Hardin on demurrer. total amount to be provided be Mercer are solidly behind the plaintilf to file amended petition. percentage of casualties than any known, so that the government could Ilr and Mrs. It C Rose, of llry- other American division in the war adjust rations until the next harvest. overruled, to which plaintilf excepted. Judge if he should desire to nntsville, have the sympathy of their "Only under these conditions is it but amended petition is made part of and it was this division with its heroic leave the Judicial beach and go friends in the sail loss of their in Elected Emminent record and known ns amended peti- murines which blocked the road to possible to combat Bolshevism nnd to represent the Kighth Dis- fant, baby. Jane Cnwood, its Paris at Chateau Thierry and Bellcu bring the German 1, for indentificntion. It tion No. back to Tin spirit heme culled to the Cod whotrict in Washington. Commander. further ordered and adjudged by wns Woods and later iliitinguished itself conditions of life,people political sane the and and it, last Friday These bcuutiin every battle until the armistice was industrial sobriety," fact that Judge Hardin is so Katelines of Hum's should be n source he said. At the annual election of officers court that the demurrer to thu peti ful signed, Billy went into action for the well known and held in .such of comfort to the bereaved parents: of the Hvun Ceimnnnderv. Knieht tion bo sustained, to which plaintiff first time on September 12th in the Head Hurt. Templars at Danville last week, our except and it was the further-rulinoopulnr esteem all over this "Here lies a rose, n building rose. St. Mihiel drive, the first townsman. was of the court that plaintiff's petition J. I!. Haselden Ollio Estes was pawed by a mule District, being Blasted before its bloom; Congressional can oifcnsive. He also went through he dismissed, to which plaintiff ob elected Kmmincnt his shop on Lexington street. it at this time Chairman of the Whose innocence did sweets disclose unanimously this august body. Com- jects and excepts and prays un ap the terrible lighting in the Cham InstatMonday while attempting to shoe mander of llower's perfume. lliyond pagne drive and was in the Argonne Central and I!::ectitive To those thnt for her loss ure grieved. State This is nil honor well bestowed. peal to the Court of Appeals, which who offensive on the Verdun front where The calk of the shoe striking his head Committee of his party, makes This consolation's Kit en, for no more devout member ever liv- was granted. day after and inflicting a rather ugly but not In the case of E. F. Spears and the Americans advanced ed than the one they have seen fit to mm considered a most lornuci She's from a world of woe relieved, day for two months in the face of the serious wound. nead this Commandery. Although Son vs A. P. Sloan, the Jury found ftble candidate should he enter Illooms n rose in heaven." most terrific resistance of the whole s. living twelve iriles from the ledge for the plaintiff in the sum of $95; Denton Farm wur. No words can do Justice to the the race. He is not at this time rooms, he holds the record and honoi W. II. Mason vs Boyd Ison, plaintiff Mr. B. F. Cotton who purchased heroism of the American troops who is he in any- Tubercular n candidate, nor of being third in attendance during got n verdict of $85; J. B. Leavell vs. the farm of Mr. R. R. Denton a few Tarter, Ham and Co., jury found for in this great battle broke the back weeks ago has resold it to Alva wise seeking the olfice. Iu Cattle Killed. the past tear. the plaintiff in the sum of $U75.71; bone of the German army and by the it would be a sacrifice for and others for $200. an acre. fact I.ast Monday eighteen head of Ilol- J. It. Mount and Co, vs. It. L. Rose time of the armistice had accomplish The farm contains about 76 acres and him to make the race; but his stein cattle from the dairy herd of et ul, resulted in finding for the de ed the tusk which Marshal Foch had Mr. Denton received $170. an acre described would take six months of friends scents to think if there Lilian! Miles, on the Sulphur Well fendant, the sum of $900. for it. appear a popular demand pike, was shipped to Louisville to be Court adjourned Tuesday after preparation nnd action. In this battle Billy was wounded by a machine gun noon until Friday, March 28th. The throughout the district, that he slaughtered, thirteen of the abote Franklin Agency. in the left urm, which is parnumber having been found to be in 1'aint Lick Hood cases were all passed, bullet should become a candidate and fected with tuberculosis. Dr. A. C. Mr. R. M. Arnold, of Danville, has paralyzed as n result. He is as a compromise in all these cases is tially that his services are desired, Winkler, of the State Veterianarian's home on a month's sick leave and is secured the agency for that popular thought will be made soon. busy today receiving the congratula car, the Franklin, for Garrard and and needed, he would be will- otrice, Frankfort, was here last week He will have some tions of his friends on Iu3 splendid Boyle counties. ing to give up his position as and made the test nnd appraisement. Mass Meeting. Commander Huselden Is a much here next Monday, lecord and on Us escape from death $3,000. Judge and serve his constitu- Mr. Miles valued the herd lit register larger man now than the picture The chairman. Mr. A. I). Joscnh. of in the fiercest fighting in which Amer on exhibition day, and if you are county court In two young ents, who have, so honored him ed the herd were heifers. A cow, be would indicate, both physically and the Armenian and Syrian relief com- ican troops wcrs engaged. Danville thinking of buying a car, see Mr. bulls und six county is making un Advocate in the past, in Washington in longing tn Mrs. II. I). Ilurton was also fraternally and wns probubly taken mittee of this Arnold. this issue for everytcurs the Lower House. This con- sent to Ixmisville with Mr. Miles cat- many step ago when he took his earnest appeal inthe mass meeting at body to attend in Masonry . 'first New Offices. clusion is based upon the opin- tle. --Jessamine Journal, the Christian church next Sunday "THE BIRD OF But this is not all, another Haselden Brothers have just comQuito a number of there cows, from ion they have of him as a man afternoon. This is un important the herd of Mr. Miles hnve been sold ter hoy has also risen fast iu this PARADISE." pleted the erection of un elegant suit wiio is devoted to the public in this county and n few in the town. fraternal order, nnd he nlu was work and should not be overlooked by of offices in the rear of their hardIn "The Bird of Paradise", which ware store. The gradual increase in interests and loyal to his party It might be wise for ll.eir owners to elected without u dissenting vote, as tho good people of this county. All those interested in this great will be seen at the Lexington Opera Generalissimo, which put him in line when ins services are demand- have them inspected nnd if infected their immense stock has forced them Conimandship one work are asked to meet the chairman House, for ed. Of the many names men- with tuberculosis report same to the yearthe Kmmineut refer to our good and others at the court house Friday 21st andFriday and Saturday, March to build these olfices, which is a model 22nd, with Saturday mati of convenience nnd modern in every hence. Wc vilttin final nrrnni'i'menls for nee, is n story of the land in which tioned as successor to Congress- State Veterinarian for appraisement. friend and citircn, Henley V. Bastin. respect, man Helm we are of t lie opin- Lexington We claim that Mr. Ilastin is one of the mass meeting bunduy will be com- - Robert Stevenson found "life most the best posted men on Masonry in t lefeil and also committees nnnuinted interesting"; the land "in which it ion that no one is so well preWind Storm. the work in different seems always afternoon", where Opera House. our city and llyan Commandery could to lookof after county. Remember pared to lead the party as The windstorm last Monday afterthe tlu slender maidens, with black hair and not have made better selections ns of parts Judge Hardin. The Man Who Came Hack", after noon blew down the barns of Mrs. C. crimson lips, dance in ways strange ficers, than the two gentlemen named. date und hour. A. Arnold and T. Pollard on the LexHe has served Mercer county u tremendous run of over one solid to Kuropcan eyes. To carry out the ington Each barn DO YOUR DUTY! illusion und atmosphere in the play, wreck, pike. parts being was a total itiMit venrs us f'nmitv Allnr. year in New York and eight months Hospital Patients. lloston, outlasting all of the other blown for some Be at the Christian Church in Lan- native musicians, dancers and sing ney, the Thirteenth District! in successes of lust season, will come Four patients from thu city are big several hundred yards. Both parties caster Sunday afternoon at 3 P. M., ers nre seen, nnd nil the stage effects ton years as Commonwealth to tho Lexington Opera House for 2 now in the Danville Hospital and all windstorm insurance. learn how a are of Hawaiian handiwork. Oliver arricd Attorney, and is now serving performances on Monday nnd Tues- are doing well. Miss Cecil liaison to You were to save to human life. ready do your part Morosco, announces Florence Hock Insure with Gaines nnd you will al operated upon for appendicitis sevliis second term as Circuit day March during WAR TIMES, be just as ready well, as Luann, for the present tour ways have protection and policies will eral weeks ago has nbout recovered The play is by Jules Kckert Judge, and is an able anil fluent to do your duty toward in of this popular offering. be paid promptly. (Adv.) founded on a short story of nnd will leave the hospital soon. spenker. Such a candidate as John Fleming Wilson's, mid gives, in Mrs. Henrietta Itnney was taken TIMES OF PEACE. Cotton seed meal for sale. New Crop Seed Buckwheat for sal There Judge Hardin would make is ivid detail, an uccount of the Jour- there last Monday for an operation prominent will be special music, saveral Hudcon, Hughas and Farnau. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. at this mass meet on nccount of ney of a man who sank from the top and Ih doing well. greatly needed ing to explain to you how to save A Just received Car of good white Lillian Uiyton Kclley, the twelve to the very depths, nnd there, in an the many new and important HUMAN LIFE. There will b. no Lot Sale. Oats, 85c bushel. Cheapest feed opium den in Shanghai, found the year old daughter of Mr. und Mrs. and international girl national contribution asked for. DO YOUR In next week's issue the D. A. to be had now. We have corn for to lend him the long way Joe Kelley, wns stricken with appenwho wns DUTY AND ATTEND. questions which are now before hack again. Its intense interest held dicitis last Monday was was successThomas Realty Agency will tell you sale, white and yellow. Straw, hay A. D. JOSEPH, Chairman. the people for immediate set- New Yorkers for thirteen solid fully operated upon yesterday. vl.out the Auction lot sale to be held and nil kinds of mill feeds. Special from her bedside this morning in Lancaster Saturday April 12th. prices on ton lots tlement. These specinl Con- months, even during the heat of sumA Fast Horse. GARRARD MILLING CO. This agency bus recently purchased mer, so that William A. llrndy, the say she is doing fine. gressional elections urn AUTO ZOMI1RO 2:02 the Mrs. Leslie attractive piece of Blue Grass ground producer, as foced to institute ex- operated uponSebastian, who was nisi fastest horso thnt ever made a season a veryright in made the battle EGGS ARE MONEY MAKERS ubout ten days ago is land c'ty limits. Close in, tra Thursday matinees to accommoA few hens If properly cared for, us a test of the sentiment of the date tho crowds. row improving, which will be gratify- in Garrard county, will make the sea- and will subdivide into acre lots. will produce enough eggs for the famson of .1D19 at the tables of Itobert ing news to her friends back home. people upon the position tuken Americans have always been noted 11 Fox, on the Lexington pike, near Mr. W. V. Gastineau sold a line ily and have some to sell. If you will by the two parties und consid for their generosity. If there is any It. K. Henry sold a team of mules, Marksbury, pair of mules to John Baldwin of make B. A. THOMAS' POULTRY ered as un index of the whole barley flour left in this country, and wagon and harness to Jack Collings .Mr. Fox will also stand two fine Madison, for $750.00, and u two year REMEDY a part of their dally diet nation. With this view the it were proposed to ship it to the Ger- of this city for $816.00. Mr. Henry Jacks at the same time and place. A old Jack to Missouri parties for $350. you will have eggs at all seasons of oyes of tho nation may bo fixed mans, there would not be a dissenting bought the team about one year ago full description and pedigrees will ap- Mr. Gastineau also bought a nice the year for it is a natural egg mak for $700. pear in the next Issue of the Itecord. mule of K. II. Meyers for $175. er. W. A. DICKfcKSON. upon the Eighth District ofj voice. y Ger-mag Germae Kentucky in the next few VICTORY LOAN weeks. Dates Formally This is certainly no time for quarrels and dissensions in our Announced. party. Political deals and trafSecretary of the Trensury Glass fic in the spoils of olfice by bus formally announced that the professional politicians should Victory Liberty Loan Campaign will lie frowned upon by the voters open April 21 and continue until Mny 10. Short term notes, matur and party leaders. yenrs, The "favorite son" idea is a ing In not more than live longer-ter- will weak argument to secure votes he issued instead of bonds. for any aspirant in this contest. While the amount of notes to be We need a candidate whose olfered was not disclosed olficially it ability is known and whose fit is understood that $5,000,000,000 is ness has been tested and tried the tentative figure, with the Treas reserving the right to accept all to lead in thi.s light. For this ury The interest rate reason the democrats of this on the notes and the amounts to be district favor Judge Hardin for exempted from taxation will not be the nomination and are urging determined until u week or two before the Campaign opens. liim to become a candidate. SENSATIONAL CASEY GERMANY TO GET Indictment Returned by Danville Friends Hear 370,000 Tons Of Supof the Death of Mr. plies Monthly From Grand Jury. Other Court News. Millard Casey In Allies. Help NeedFrance. ed Until August. The present of the Gar j. r7 haselden g Re-Sell- 21-2- Good-ma- man-kin- ts 13-2- t. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 20, 1919 U. S. TRADE COMMISSION PROBES MANY LIBERTY CASES BOND SWINDLING TREASURY AND CAPITAL ISSUES COMMITTEE SUBMIT DATA-FAK- ERS EMPLOY WOMEN. of UMEItOUS operafraudulent tions by stock promoters who arc alleged to be swindling Liberty Bond owners are before tbo Federal Trade Commission at Washington for Investi gation. The commission Is hating dally hearings at which testimony Is being offered by those who have been vlcUmltcd or their representatives and the commission has Invited anyone who has such information to send It In. Steer Into Us If you want Graduate Mechanics to keep your Auto up to snuff and out of trouble. THE BURGLAR By GERALD ST. ETIENNE. tun All Work Guaranteed. We have accessories of every character needed to supply your wants. OURfKANT BREAK" SPARK PLUGS ARE GUARANTEED AGAINST BREAKAGE OR SHORT CIRCUIT DURING THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR Treasury Department and the Capital Issues Committee. Other data which Is to be given the Investigators has been gathered by commercial Inter-- ' The nrst testimony considered was a list of complaints compiled by the est. When someone tries to sell you speculative) or doubtful stocks and securities Get his name! Particularly If he tries to exchange his securities for your Liberty Bonds OET ins NAME! Get not only his name, and address If possible, but get all the "literature" he has. Then send It all to The Federal Trade Commission, Washington, D. C. The Federal Trade Commission act provides a penalty or a fine or Imprisonment for those who fall to report or who falsely report to the commission. The Investigation Is being speeded up to rrotect the coming Issue, the Victory Liberty Loan. Efforts of the government to check the swindles being perpetrated by the d suave, stock promoter have had such a dampering effect on his activities that he Is taking refuge behind skirts. Women are now being employed, elderly-lookinwomen with maternal ways which are calculated to disarm suspicion. The latest warning from the Treasury Department Is: "Do not let the appearance or tho or the sex of tho Liberty Bond dre scalper disarm your suspicion. No reputable stock sales person will try to trade for your Liberty Bonds. Hold our bonds!" Be a Sleuth! "ITS THE WORLDS GREATEST SPARK PLUG." "Star""and "Racine Horseshoe" TIRES are Guaranteed with our money. 9 9 The PAINT LICK Central Garage. "RIGHT ON THE SQUARE" John L. Brown was the guest of .Mr. and Mrs. D. W. White Friday. who have been ill with the llu. ft O For thri It was einctly ll'I.TO. hours Kiilherlne Jctfcry had been at hrr typeworking without n slop writer. Nut once had she raised her cjea from her holes. As she finished llh tho olh-cr- s ) Hie last letter she put It mid placed It on the manager's desk, ready for his signature In the morning, .she looked at hr wrist watch, anj dlseotcred that she had finished sooner than she had eipected. She sat down at her desk ngnln slid s lingered the kt'js of her machine. tired", but It seemed rinkI lo feel their touch again nfter being away from them so lung. Night work the second day was n rscord fur her. The salary was a large one, howetcr, and It would not hurt hrr to do a little eitrn work nfter the three month vacation she had had. The thought of the vacation was n pleasant one. For eight )rnrs she had worked and sated for lint one winter tnrntlon at I.imic Hindi. It would hate been worth while lo have sated twenty-eight year.. he told herself, as she thought of the glorious time she had had. It had been eiclllng from the tart, but the real plraure had nut , come until after she had met Oliver Ijiw. It Htimtl now thnt tho hnd known him alt her life. In Just a in. 'lull he would be bark home, nnd then It wouldn't be long before sli would glte up olllre wwtt forever, fi It sure of It. The gloomy tlllne of the ofilc brought Kntherlne back to earth. She h.i't I n building ensttes for hnlf an hour. The renllrntlon that she was th only person In thnt olllre building was rather a chilling one. The thought of the dark corridor she hnd to pans through on her wny out, nt thnt late hour. cntisiil her to put the rover on her mnrhlne and batten Into her coat. She nut Jiit slipping on her rubbers when she heard n sound outside In the corridor. Ilrr heart Kate a Jump nnd t she caught her breath. A slight rough A CI told Inr thnt someone was there. (1 shuffle of feet tnld her that It was a man. The door openi-suddenly. "Well." Kntherlne said ns roollr as she roiild. "I hnve my hand on thej telephone." The man faced her In surprise. "Kntherlne," he cried, "what aie you 3) doing hire?" "OHter" There wn surprise nnd horror In Katherine tune. "Vou tat 3 o 9 burglar'" 9 Mrs. Howard Hampton of Win Mrs. Dave McKinney and Mrs. !'.. U Hill and little son were Chester, Hazel and Billy Boy J!oss are ill Mr. and Mrs. John White are visit- guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. IV Kuckcr of Richmond wire with measles. the cuests of Mrs. I. C. Uuckcr and ing their daughter, Mrs. II. (!. Woods. W. I). Anderson the past week. Mr. I). C. Uice was a visitor here Mr. J. A. KMilell was called the Mrs. Ceoree Trvulwny the past week Misses Marie I.eilfonl anil Willie the past week. Williams spent the wick end with past week to the bedside of his father Miss Orn Kstridgu entertained the Born, to Mr. nml Mrs. Tom Ray-bur- n homcfolks. at Kingston who is seriously ill of II. Y. I' I', on Friday evening in n on the 21st a jrirl. double pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Conn of Lancasmost delightful manner, n business Little Louise Ledforil is suiTerinK ter were the guests of Mrs. 1. C High grade red, .spling and atiike meeting was held after which a with a case of mumps. Huckcr, Sunday. lunch was clover! timothy .red, orchard graft. garret nml I Mr. J. F. Foley made a business Mrs. I'atrick of Paintsville is with Kentucky Blue Grais recleaned. music iitfilrding entertainment Jit Hudson, Hughe and Farnau. the remainder of the evening trip to Cynthiana Monday, her son, Dr II. .1 I'atrick and family 9 Greatest of All War Pictures Soon to Be Released by Treasury Tho Treasury Department most thrilling of tho thousands of feet of film taken by oElclal photographers of tho war college who followed tho Tank from his homo to the front and back again. The film will be released only through Liberty Loan committees and will be shown free. to send out over the country the greatest war picture ever drawn. It will bo called 'The Trleo of Peace" and Is an assembling of the Is soon Insurance Men List Liberty Bonds at Par The national convention of Insurance commissioners recently decided that in tho auditing of all Insurance com-- ( panics lor me jear ending December 31, 1918, par would be allowed for all Liberty Bonds. Financiers see In this action of the always careful and Rliuiys conservative Insurance commissioners a certain Indication tint the present low prices of Liberty Honda of tho first four Issues are only temporary and that the bonds are soon to go above par. The action should be an Incentive to tha private owner of Liberty Donds to hang on. . AGENT FOR j FRANKLIN CARS AND Liberty Loan Levity ervice Trucks i A canny youug lad named Calhoun, bout to wed Masie Muldoon, Decided a necklace m Eivuui a kui too recxiess. Hell sire Male a Note come neit Jane, I I Will be glad to quote you prices. Place your order early. HANG ONI Don't forrt! Liberty Hands are go imt above' par. That U why broken are advertising for them. Broken e wise. Hans onto vow know. The woport of the Fifth Liberty Lean by tha American people will be He measure of our welcome to ear ratarnhtg acHdlsre. R. DANVILLE, M. ARNOLD KENTUCKY. "Hut. my dear " he brgnn. "Stop1 Not another word! Don't dare rnll me jour dear. How dnre jnil eome here to rub tltln ottlce?" He laughed. The Inugh seemed to kindle a pnrk of prlmlllte rnge In Katherine. "Vou wretih! Don't yon dare Inugh!" lie cried. Don't otl speak another nurd. 1 will imt listen to oii The sound of jiiiir tolre will make me fe.1 nothing but repiili.li.ii fur joti To think that I enred for a crook like jou. . To think that 1 thought I limit ,.i and Jou allowed me to think It' Vou ' nre a burglnr, n common burglar, whu came her to rob this olllre. "I would not really do siirh a thing." he ald. "I was only testing jmi. I ' lute jou. Katherine, no matter what jour opinion Is of me." "Iite me? Then why hate jou don this!" Her tone had changed, lux anger almost disappeared. "I'ertinps I was drlten to It." he, suggested. 'This l my first ofrmse." "Drlten to It," she asked Surely a man does imt hate to be illhonet. Oh, Oliver, wife, jmi l, mj eitrntngant this winter? Why didn't' I think of Hint? You spent n o( (f money on me, nml I allowed jou tu di.' It because I thought jou were rich." "It would be awful tu spend n term In prison," he muttered wistfully. "I will nut call the io!ee." She pushed the ted phone nwny from her. "Promise me this will be jour last attempt nt burglary." "I promise." he declared, enrneslly. "'an I see jmi home?" "I am too n.ru.iis to go through the corridor," she said, doubtfully. "Vim ran see me safely Hint far." lie did not linre her until they had renilieil her boarding house, she would not nllnur him to kiss her 111 parting. There were traces uf tin. trjlng night In Kntherlne's faro the neit morning. She wan dared when she arrlted nt Hie olllce, but as she started her work liu banished the feeling with mi effort. Shortly after ten she heard tint outer door open and noticed the other members of the slnlT glancing In the direction of the person who hnd entered. As she faced around Kntherlne could not hold bnck her cry of surprise. "Olherl" He was coining toward her, but the miuinger Intercepted him. "When did you get back, Mr. Law?" she heurd the manager ask, as In n dream. "Lust lllzllt. I dropped Into the office on my way to sco If lliero were any letter that hnd not been forwarded to me," Oliver said, ns he pushed hla wuy past. I know now," she suld before he could speak. "Vou uro the Junior partner. Oh, Oliver, what on Idiot jou must think me. I mutt have been crniy last night." "It Is something wo can laugh over In the j ears to come," be said. "Kveryono la staring nt us. Muy I tell them where we met and announce our engagement!" "Ves." the answered, n he took her hand. (Copyright, 1!, by tha McClurs N.ws-p- ar tSyodlcatO The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 20 1919. 2 YOUR Bird The Early THE CatchesPRINT Worm the SEND IN AND LET HORSE and JACK CARD: COPY US So that you may catch the early breeders. ; The time is here, so get busy and catch the first En A Year - ' ri i '' f ' fi.. Yi Satisfaction That's what we give our customers ORDER YOUR CARDS TODAY. ags How would we know that you were standing a Horse or Jack if you did'nt tell us? Tell us and we will let the whole world know That's our business. ADVERTISE. The Central Record. BRADSHAW MILL. $1.50 Year. IT IS ONLY IN THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L That You Can Read About THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, as covered by the great Associated Prcti, The New York Times' special cable and wireless service, nnd Arthur B. Krock, The Courier-Journal- 's Editorial Manager, sent to Paris as a special staff correspondent. 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Mr. Burton Sanders was in Lancaster n business Thursday. Mrs. Clarkic Huberts is with her daughter, Mrs. Ilurton Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel East and Mrs. Sallie Hurt were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kast Sunday. Mrs. Grant Sanders and little son. Forest were visitors of Mrs. S. N. Sanders Saturday ufternoon. Mr. and Mrs. I W. Warmoth anil daughter, Tilda, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. l'eyton Warmoth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Etzurch and were ' children of near Cottonburg, Mober-l- y visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sunday. Mr. Sidney Lemay had the mis-- , fortune to have his house burn Fri-- , day afternoon, nothing was rescued except two beds. Itamlal Lemay, who has been with1 Forces the American Expeditionary in France is at home. lie was wounded in October, and has been in the I hospital ever since, with the exeep-- 1 tion of two weeks. j Mrs. L. F. Borwn, Misses Bernas Broaddus, I.owie Brown and Mr. Bascom Brown were in Lexington Tuesday. The Ladies Missionary Society met Thursday afternoon with seventeen members present. The next meeting will be April 17, with Miss Mary Turner as leader and Mrs. Jesse Hill and Miss Barbara fiulley on the program committee. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kay and family entertained a number of friends Thursday evening in honor of Mr. Harmon Honey, those present were: .Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Morford and son, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and daughter, .Mrs. Louri Noel, Misses Sallie Noel, Christine Morford, Bar bara fiulley, Messrs Smillie Hill, Willie I'. Long, Hobert Long, Hugh and Forest Noel. Optimistic T.- Absence iloili but b ti make one see him i' BUENA VISTA Will Scott was in week on business. Danville this a Herbert Brooks has purchased new Ford touring car. Miss Ada Dismukes is visiting her sister, Mrs. Victor Ruble. J, R. Abner made a business trip to Lancaster, Wednesday. Mr. A. D. Scott of Grecndalc visited relatives here Thursday. Miss Nettie Ison spent Monday with Mrs. R. 1. Ison of Wilmore. Leslie Ruble and Joe Hamilton were in Harrodsburg Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bowling spent Sunday with his parents at Stanford. Don Askins and Paul Wilson have returned from a visit with friends in i THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L And THE CENTRAL RECORD In Combination by mail for only one year at only $6.00 Regular Subscription Prices arc THE DAILY COURIER JOURNAL $5.00 THE CENTRAL RECORD $1.50 By taking advantage of this combination price arrangement you save the difference, 50 cents. (This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions to cither paper, but only to persons living in Kentucky or within 150 miles of Louisville, in other States.) If already you are a subscriber to The Central Record or The Courier-Journyou may take advantage of this offer just the same. By paying the combination price now, you can have your present subscription to either or both papers extended n full year beyond the present expiration dates. If you prefer an evening newspaper you may substitute The Louisville Evening Times for the Morning Courier-Journat the same rate. with the Daily Courier-JournIf you wish the big Sunday Courier-Journcosts add $2,130. At single copy retail price The Sunday Courier-Journfor one year $3.04. You save $1.14 by ordering The Sunday Courier-Journwith this combination. Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of al al al al al al THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Mrs. Stephen House, Misses Susan and Lucy Jennings were in Harrods-burPoliteness Pays. last week. A inathemntli Ian has figured out Miss Margaret Askins is spending that thi' telephone company loses 123 hours of work every day through the the weik with her sister, Mrs. R. P. use of the word "pler.ve" by operators, Ison of ilmore. and yet it pays. Randolph Scott and Hansel Lane attended the play given at Centre Venetian Gondolas. College Friday night. It wn not until the end of the sevMrs. J. L. Dunn and children are enteenth century that the Venetian gondii!. i assumed lis present simplicity visiting her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. BUCKEYE nnd minberni'sM of color. A nln at- fiooch near Stanford. tempt lias been made to Introduce It Mr. and Mrs, William Rutledge arc Miss Price from I'oint I.eavell is In ntlwr countries', l.ut it lias apparreceiving congratulations on the ur- ently rislslnl all efforts at vifiting Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price. rival of a son born, March Mth. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders and Mrs. Sam Wilson had for her guests Mrs. Norn Teater were in Lexington Futility of Lying. week, Mr. Wilson nnd his sister. Tuesday. may baj this Whatever lonveiilenco Mr. and Mrs. Walter (irow were thought to be In falsehood and dlsslm-- 1 Miss Luln, of Jessamine county. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Char- - illation Is soon over; but the InconMiss Georgia Dunn who is attendvenience of It Is perpetual, because Uj ing Transylvania, has returned after lie (irow. . everlasting Jealousy und n short visit with her brothers. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Til- - brines u man suspicion, so that he Is not believed den Hoover at Teatcrsville, is very ill Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brooks atwhen he speaks the truth, nor trusted at this time. j when perhnH he ineuiM honestly. tended the funeral of Mrs. Brooks' Mr. J. I'. I'rather is in Lexington. Wisconsin News. neicc at Niiholnsvillc Wednesday. visiting his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. riiilip Ison and Raymond Mayes, lames Stapp. The New Puritan. of the United States Medical Corps, The new puritan Is Instructed In Mrs. Harrison Bay who has been stationed at Hoboken Pa., are home confined to her room for several days cleanliness, believes In It, practices It. on furloushs, As a good animal guided by an enis still very ill. lightened uiliiil. bo purposes to lllnko Sergt. II. C. Hamilton who has Misses Elsie and Dorothy Whit- - the best of his body, not to poison It been with the American Expeditiontaker wero here several days last with uleohol or to pollute It with isiting his grandweek with relatives. For his own sake and for the ary Forces ti mother, Mrs. Mary Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins were sake of the future of the nice, he An Epwvrth League will be organiguests last week of her parents, Mr. conducts himself morally. Ills phllos-opheguldo and friend, however. Is zed lit Mt. Olivet Churih Sunday and Mrs. T. O. Hill. the physician anil science Is Ids Inspijvening March 2Srd. The Wilmort Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and ration und his teacher. Orchestra will furnish music for tho guests cf Mr. little son were week-en- d occasion. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Water Protects Coal. An Interesting result of recent exArthur Evans more familiarly Mrs. S. N, Morford und daughter, Miss Christine and Mr. Smillie Hill periments with coul Is the ileinonstru-lio- n Known as "Jack" having received an benefits of submerging the honctable discharge from military of tho were In Lexington, Thursday, mineral In witter. Coal deteriorates Mr. and Mrs. W. II. fiulley were In tho air, and there Is the danger of service U visiting his sister, Mrs. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. liobt spontaneous combustion, while when Clarence Ruble. submerged not only was the Qre danWhittaker in Madison County. Mrs. Sid l'oor had the following Mr. and Ground Barley feed, best for hogs, ger eliminated, but scarcely uny de- , guests at dinner, Sunday, terioration was ghowu. Kipcrtinent-ally- Mrs. William I'oore, Mr. Walker' pur wheat bran, mixed feed, wheal coal kept in tho air showed from Poore and little daughter, Alice L., or rye middlings, dairy feed, horia 2 to 10 per cent of loss la nine months, Belle I'oore and grandson, Waland mula feed. while when submerged there was Mrs. ker Brown Halcomb. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. scarcely guy loss at alL i friend Cincinnati. i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 20, 9 9. 1 1 -V i V ' . ' ' l." II I., run j nill A ,. UH' C '.HE t .ll M SIT ,t .' V iwfcai jg j4 Pronounce epeatin at it S7 access that thit statement may be read. Ily verified either by mail or tel. ephone. The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company has Just been organurd with T. M. Crutcher, President; T. T. Peeler, Vice President, N. C Cureton, Secretary; W C. Newbold, Treasurer, and with the following Dlrec. tors: J. C, Marion, T. M. Crutcher, N C, Cureton, T. T. Oeeler and W. E. Newbold. The Capital Stock Is $500 000 wltfi shares at $1.00 each, fully )?O0, paid and non.assest.ible, 000 cf this stork has already been taken up, but the rest will be offered Immediately to those desiring a very profitable and safe investment. 13 n V E a a u B 0 The unqualified success and splendid prospects of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, composed almost entirely of Louisville men, has led to the formation of another company, headed largely by the same gentlemen, for the purpose of further dev lopment of additional holding. The first company was com. posed of T. M. Crutcher. President; N. C. Cureton, Secretary, and W. E. Newbold, Treasurer, with the following director,: T M. Crutcher, Neil Wilson Funk, William Phillips, N. C. Cureton, M. N. Cralle, Charles A. Tunk, T T Heeler, C, W. Scott, with Hon. E. J. McDer. mott as attorney. The Capital Stock was placed 1100,000 and It owned almost entirely by Louisville men and those of nearby towns. This stock paid 1 in January and 3" In February, A list of theM stockholder hat ben printed and can be obtained on application to the company to a e B q 2 the blrdseye It abundantly shown smelters pay- Mines this the top Ing prodigious profits are to be seen on every iiBEWKt-- HHPvv3 - EEFjk''i' tittP X v 3 CI interior of mill thowlng how The reason lies In the fact that there It to be found tht richest and purest ore deposit In the entire region. In fact, the State of Missouri H,illllllllm"'2 "HllllimillJHJB : " ALLLVaflLnillfc QgttSkYl BBtltlCtStMlllllifc a a n ti line producing State, producing entire UnitcJ Statet. 32 It the largett lead and of tht output in th Bird lead and be located. Immediately adjoining It the Red (of Louitville). Very rich or. zinc mine of W. E. Caldwell was found In thit mine at a depth of only thlrty flve a 13 a It is the of geologis! that thit point, Mansfield, a K a u a rj r' ridge of the Ozarks, marks the spot of a prehistoric volcano which deposited thit vast store of mlnsral wealth by an eruption. on the high At any rate, It Is' there and ft. it being mined and smelted jjtBpt4JkiMAMj at tremendous profits. It It an absolute fact that T. T. Ceeler refused last Friday an offer cf $CO,000 cath for forty acrtt of th;lr holdingt immediately adjoining tho first mill. This Is the forty acret north of the tpot where the new company it to m m Profits in Lead and Zinc When you buy stock in a lead and line mine you are not taking chancet or buying a "pig In a pokt," but you Me what you are getting. The property it proven by drills, and you absolutely know t!iat the mineral it there In vast quantities before mining it commenced. A striking example of the tuccesa of the mills It th Eagle Pitcher Co. Thit company madt forty mllllont of dollar! in the patt five year. from the process. whrj A plcturt of mill showing tna or Is leptrattd rock by wittr UiuWtllle I lumivid l.ad 409 Intm-atM- & yjtu Co.. Inc. Ktarkt IlulMlnx. U.ulvlUi-- . Ky In yuur pmp.j4ltiun ulul would b UJ tu tiukii an ImcstljcaMon ullhuut ublUitiun un my part. Hindi) aeiij nm tuple of uur buulclti mid fullrat am l OPINIONS OF SUCCESS FUL MEN "Foundation of wealth Is th first HOO well Invested." J. P. Morgan. Fortunes innumerable hav by men and mad women of comparatively small means who had the foresight to Invest In neces title or things of utility and a wait developments. bn a a B AdJrftt Five yeart ago thit dlttrict was an empty prairie today there are several hundred mills In tuccettful operation and one acre of thit land hat produced a million dollars in or. 409 Starks Bid;. 409 Starks Bldf. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 20, 1919. 1 nivic uiruuA v ir EASIER TO BUY FIFTH LOAN BONDS To Be Completed by the Bank Rising Prices in Fourth Cincinnati Auto Club .Citizens National Each Member Is to Loan called for many INii.i!-)or I.S!AM1KK.KV..AT TIIK LivSacrifices-No- w be Assessed $2. Close of Business, March 4, 1919 for the Purpose. ing Cost is Falling. REPORT OF THE CONDITION V IIKHOUIH.'KH, ML Wffl M Italia nixt Ovtnlrall.. iviirr't f fl.' I rilarruml It, cir II. si lin.l. ili4t11-iw.uhiwi cul.lliiii l.ar valnal ut InI', tOaiti.la au.l rftfladlii-.! nniita-lp"- r.Wi M l,u'rt in oUal ., ati't " tltwrlf rvlil tilt- 1, ar.l 4'. pr.l..i. .. Kf.rm. Hall, ul ff'lfful cnit "I uiiriitii) lr rr Value .llll "" re l,04)l 1W Lawful "I liaitaliiif lion. i.ireiai 7,aai Ul Caali hi taull ami lirt amount. Iiii from nillrtiiKl lHtnk Net ami fine (rum hank a and bank ta, alel Ulial fitmpaHlaa ullif than Inrlii'lr-- I In Itrma la. II A l Clirv'k, oil nllirr l.an.a Itilhr aamr a fllr ir Itiwlillrm rrttli:K l.an. Hi lollirrtlian Total ul llrmi II, IA. IS. I! .11.11" 1111 rarfet Hunt Willi JM" IM.nll l.nil W 17 : Ta I.:ll R.1m.ll"ntinct wllh V. f. lira.llraanlff nrrr and 'lu trmtl I pollrelrd- lnlrr.l.arnHl i Mil milNi an.t H UK HI i.000 Iw I t i,ia rttSial. anil lhfllt.lalnp.aclu.il' owllt'l Tnni I.IUIII.ITU.". I lllfl. UrfalfaMalaO ariruilmat--l- I, past ilua im.jii 1'al.DinnO Mh Capital .Kxa al l In Lit I l.rr.l ami taira tHUrral ami illamiHt rllerlfl r ara.llle.1. Ill aauani-- nr maturity ""ati'l not rarnnl la prollmalwl fnr Taiaa amrit Jlmomit (tire dialing Nii milaianrllttr fl aMMitit ilna to National nanka .: i. ami Total lit llina H In,1l.ltlal.lialt .'IkJMl llii.llii.lr.l pruriu. Un turrrnl rf.nraa,iipaM I.rs4 W.i.uw l..rrl .m m S,ia". lal . PI Total drrnaii.l iWtaialta, intlirr thatlt.allk lfpoata ant.Jaft Id l. 17, a. Main. Total InchMl jBJ.JWI"! hna. im.JW Man.lll nl Ortlftf.i.muncrUpali iiiiii.r .. llian lor lad ll.ll.nrtO Total l.ur'tl rt llmr 1all. .oht llaa.ri. llama 111 " U.i l !. ..: Kntcav.'ottT nr II I, w Y Chiinli, t'aahkr o( Ilia aUitf named alii .lair bank l.ia.linlr"''tatlba and mrnltatrnolotlir tiramfnt .rw.ili-.ti- f hamp I a.lilar tt 111' ul.irlla-- l ati1anrtl loliefoia matltlllttb .la, ol Narrb Ifl" V Ik liannt Solart I'nhllc. Mf I'omralaal.iii I iplri . Jamiarr II. !W CoiaaiT-All- r.l I Br llrn.n I BWia I, lltlllN IHttOT.. 1 ttor Ml. JJ W UI Wlicn the iruplc nr nakcil al n,-Sum tnv.r in April to ltti.1 Unt-lmiiiiry in tlic Fifth (Victory) l.ih-rty l.oiin he will flml them hettiT aituntcil for mnking n lnrge ,(iub-- : srriptlon nml milking it more easily tliiin the run In the i'ourth Loan. Many will wonder how that van he true. A little reflection on their part will prove Hint It in so. .Many of the material ueil in the great lnilutrle of the countries have nhiirply ilerlineil in price, anil ocean freight rntes hae just recently lieen lowereil from M to 7.'i per cent of former stamlarilt. These things may hut not touch the people directly, they 1I0 in the long run. The importation of commodities from for eign ocuntries will help to make up for the ship loads we have sent out to aid the Allies across the water, nml make easier our living. Manufacturer?, it is announced, are now olfering woolen clothes at .11) per cent. prices, Ik'Iow war-timCottons have lieen with few takers. marked down ly the makers from -.- " Food prices have In 3.1 per cent. ni'.ved down somewhat, though guarantees have retarded the decline. These will toon he arranged and food will return to normal again. So it is seen that readers of this publication ran buy bonds more and easily as prices continue to decline The Government needs the money that the people of the churthes can lend; the interest return will be high and that it is the best and safest security in the world no one will doubt. Uncle Sum will make his call for the support of the churches ami their people and will give value received and more for their subscriptions. The With n view to raising $0,500 needed to complete the Dixie Highway, Dr. C. t llonlllcld, President of the Cincinnati Automobile Club, has asked member of the organization to contribute $2 each to a fund for this purpose. In his nppeal President Honilield aiserts that the completion of thej Dixie Highway ranks with improved improved river railroad terminals, and rapid transit as necessary betterThe Federal Government has given its approval to the general scheme, and it will be possible to let contracts lf and begin construction of a mile link through Hock-castand Laurel counties, Kentucky, as soon as the ii.fiUO is raised and pi. iced on deposit. Daily Thought. Thanka to the nods! JI7 tioy hat duty. AddlMin. Hie Id How Man's Strength Fluctuates. The Mri'iicth of male Increase rabidly from twelw to nineteen years, and mure slimly and regularly up to thirty jean, after whlih It deellne. The strength of females Increase at a more milNrm rate from nine to nineteen jeiir. more slowly to thirty, after whbji It fall off. Much Wastage of Potatoes. The annual itatii crop of the United State I around l",liil,( huvliel. Roternini nt Katlitle hnr that of thin I .( at leut 7.'i, are lost. bulil Thl watnge I due to the cull, rotting and freezing nf potatoes In shipment and the lurk of nearby market. V ment. '"'Pf' 'iff x&0tiftijSran& (Clntl Miners Tin" griming Oardtner. f liH'ks l 11 fiiorllc nvuiiitloii nf will be gnnlfiipm anil imrtlmlrily pmuil nf lli.-l- r lo ks. In tin- - riillltnlliin vt ulilrli ced by tliiTo 1' koen ruiiitn'ttlli'ii. Glass, tin1 mliivM nf Nortlium-lirrlnm- l. floated Cnglnitil. Tlicy nn- - "klllful Fought Unnecessary Battle. Very ilrnmntle wa the conclusion of the Peninsular war. Wellington had Just won hi triumph nt Toulouse, the Victory Liberty Loan will he casualties on liotli side numbering ome 15,lk), the latter part of April. It joicing or anil the armies were resorrowing, when a tired for an amount to be announ- courier rode up to announce that had aliHealed five duys before, Secretary of the Treasury and the wnr wa over. The Returning Soldier Knows the Value of Good Clothes , One of his biy lessons in the army was the value of morale and the different agents it takes to maintain this hiyjh efficiency. Good, well fitting clothes that are well made, do more than anything else to give a man the proper in himself this lesson has been practically demonstrated to all who were in our Army and Navy. The soldier is coming back to civilian life with a more thorough understanding of clothes and what they mean to him. He is going to want the best he can get in value, style, fit, fabric and general satisfaction, and we have prepared tor him with plenty of Report of the Condition of trie Garrard Bank & Tsust Co OF LANCASTER, KY. At The Close of Business Society 5rdnd Clothes We are proud to offer a very adequate selection of these "tried and true" garments both in suits and overcoats of the latest fashion, also very correct furnishings to go with the suits. Soldiers are certainly welcome to our store. REMEMBER: WE ALLOW 5 PER CENT CASH DISCOUNT TO THE RETURNING SOLDIER, ON ALL CLOTHING. Tuesday, March 4th, RESOURCES. 1919., $ 248,020 30 MG,1 14, G." 1.4G7 PARKS & HENDREN "Style Headquarters" DANVILLE. Where Society Brand Clothes Are Sold KENTUCKY. r:t Loans and Discounts Duo From Hanks Current Kxpunsos. I.iinkinir House and Lot U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness. Cash on Hand 8,000, .00 JiO.OOO .00 24,080 .58 $ 478,r98.1! The Demand For Hog Products. The prospect that the trade in foods for Germany will soon be open is of interest to the American fanner. The Ureeders Gazette, discussing the Kuropenn situation, says: America's supply of hog product is being subjected to a constant depletion by the necessity for replenishing LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Account Interest and Discount $ 50,000.00 10,500.00 2,720.81 22.50 100.00 DEPOSITS Dividend Account Other Liabilities 409,248.84 $ 178,508.15 Europe's bare larder. After four months of unprecedented slaughter, during which approximately 20,000,-- ! 000 hogs were converted into edible product, stock on this side of the At-- 1 lantic aro not only unseasonably light 'but steadily diminishing, as ship space is available at Atlantic ports. A decrease of 15,000,000 pounds of lard nnd 28,000,000 pounds of meats in a month of heavy j February, normally increases, tells the story. The was nuide early in the winter that heavy ns the season's hog crop was known to be, there would not be enough meats or fats to go round. That the whole civilized world U short of'fats admits of no dispute. Not only America's allies, but Holland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden are levying toll on piles in packers' cellars, while Germany is clamoring for food, and if half of what is told of economic conditions in central and eastern Europe is true every pound of product available will be required not only this year, but next. Meat at present prices may be a luxury, theoretically, but In practice It is a Comparative statements Riven below will show not only the growth of this institution, but the large increase in the wealth of our community. Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits Deposits on March on March on March on March on March on March on March on March on March on March on March on March on March 4th 1907 4th 1908 4th 1909 4th 1910 4th 1911 4th 1912 1918 4th, 1919 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 $ 45,353.89 $ 69,533.76 $ 88,682.87 $126,323.20 $100,918.19 $ 87,245.10 $115,498.41 $123,300.76 $121,580.89 $132,771.08 $232,778.72 $431,349.87 $409,248.84 Something Worse. "Uememher, son, Gurtleld drove mules on a tow path and Lincoln split rails." "I know, dad; but, say, did any RAISE HOGS AT LESS COST of these president ever crank u cold giving motor In a blizzard for half an hour You can easily do this by them a few doses of II. A. THOMAS' lieforo he llcoered that he didn't every week. It have any gasoline'" ltlchiiiond HOG I'OWHEU causes your hogs to digest and assimi late all the food that Is fed them. It Chines: Influence In Hawaii. thereby is a tonic and conditioner, The Chine-- ,' ilrst planted sugar, causing your hogs to fatten in shorter ratio lit tho "Crossroads of the I'acl-lie- " time and on lens feed. We sell it. sugar, and and manufactured V. A. DICKEUSON. when the Hawaiian began to cease the rultlvntlon of turn It was the ChiH.irlil nese who became the tarn planters ami A coiiiblaatlon or telephone, microthe makers of ikiI the start of life ot phone and phouog.-i.p- li lias been In- the native Hawaiian. vented In France for transmitting sounds to illst int ponta or to several Valuable African Tree. points at once. A tree known as the shea Is beginning to attract commercial attention In Almost Panacea. Western Africa. It supplies the natives Apples are useful in nervous dyspep- not only with nuts, which they highly sia, they are nutrition, meUk'liml, and prize, but with a butter that may bevitalizing, they aid digestion, clear the come an article of commercial Imporvoice, correct the ucldlly of the stom- tance, It Is already exported to Europe, where makers ot arttflctul butter ach, are valuable In rheumatism, Ibid uso for It. uud liver truuMts. necessity." One of Germany's greatest needs is fats, and the product of the hog will be necessary to supply this demand. In the arrangement that is expected to be the outcome of the negotiations at Brussels for provisioning Germany, there will be a largo demand for tho American hog products. This will mean n still greater drain upon the results of the unprecedented slaughter referred to by the Ureeders Gazette. It will mean, too, that hog prices are likely to remain high. Lexington Herald. So ho doea good. Dally Thought far as anyone shuns evil, so tU Kwedenborg. Ancient Union. The Cutlers' company of Sheffield, England, was Incorporated hy net of parliament In .(HI and Invested with potters "for the good order and government of milkers of knives, scls-or- s, shears, slckfes and other cutlery ttures." i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Mch 20 1919. what it couldn't. And the truck system which once satYer. $1.50 l.tued Weekly. isfied everybody seems in a Payable in Advance. fnir way to die from overdoses J. E. ROBINSON, Editor, of legislation just like the rail n. L .ELKIN, Local Kdltor nnd Mgr. roads. Anything that everybody Entered nt the Tost Office in Lan- finds useful Is a utility, and as Mali caster, Ky., ns Second-Clas- s such is pie for politicians. It Mnttor. you ever invent a new way of producing, or Member Kentucky Tress Association using mineral nnd preserving foodstuffs, or conEichth District Publishers Leajruc. serving energy, or developing motive power from the tides or Rate. For Political Announcements. solar heat or anything else, For Trcclnct nnd City Offices. .$5.00 don't do it too well. At least, 10.00 For County Offices do it well enough to make For Stntc nnd District Offices.. 15.00 don't .10 it useful to everybody. For Calls, per line . . .10 Life was less complex in the For Cnrds, per line For nil publications in the interday when it challenged each est of individuals or expresman to do the best he could. sion of individual views, per 10 We must learn a greater pre line .05 cision, now that the art of liv Obituaries, per line ing consists in doing one's work just badly enough to escape beKy., March 20, 1919 Lancaster, ing forbidden to do it all all. The Central Record UTILITIES. A few months ago, among a group of towns in one of the northern states, the type of service being rendered by the local railroads created an acute situation. Freight charges were exorbitant and deliveries nearly always a matter of speculation. The causes of the disease suggested the cure. A few opportunists got together, put up some money, and started operating a motor truck service among the towns. The different communities were and welcomed the new enterprise as Elijah welcomed the ravens. Consignments of goods began reaching the consigners on time. People with something to sell were no longer afraid of promising delivery before the end of the next war. Doth in rates ami speed the truck service competed successfully with the rail roads. Everything was lovely. It was altogether too lovely for the politicians. Politicians never want things to be lovely. They can't pose as saviors when no one is asking to be saved. They can't agitate for reforms when nobody can name anything needing reformation. So the professional patriots reached the verdict that the truck service was too aggressively useful. It was, in fact, n utility. And utilities are things which must always be taken from the people who manage them properly and be run by professional elocutionists who don't know how to run anything, from a lathe to a cigar stand. Accordingly they demanded legislation to regulate the service, and tell it what it could and couldn't do particularly inter-depende- MEDICAL SERVICE IN THE SCHOOLS. The greatest asset we have far beyond crops and cattle and stocks and bonds is the children of our land. They will be the citizens of the next And if they grow generation. up to health and strength it will mean that they grow up to efficiency and power. It is our manifest duty to take whatever means we can to bring about the most favorable conditions for the health of growing children. That as a nation we have failed lament- nblv in this respect is shown by the number of men in the se lective draft who were rejected imperfection. physical for Thirty-thre- e per cent of our young men one out of every three were below the normal physical condition which makes a man fit for army service. Many of these young men were subject to physical disabilities which could readily have been prevented or remedied if they had been recogniz ed and properly dealt with in the subject's childhood. A thorough physical exami nation of each child of school age should be made twice a vear. This would lead to the detection of many incipient troubles and their cure. The time will come when we shall see the services of a doctor and nurse available at every school in the land, as part of the school system. The result will be a health ier, happier and more efficient manhood and womanhood. We should all advocate such a pro- ision for the health of children and should do all in our power to bring it about. prevailed upon to elucidate the He doctrines of bolshevism. replied with the usual generalities about the abolition of wenlth, etc., nnd being asked to give details of the program he explained that money must be abolished. There would be a substitute, of course. We were not to return to the system of exchange and barter. There would be a certnin kind of currency, but it A could not be accumulated. man who did any work would get a ticket at the end of each working day, representing his It would have remuneration. a date stamped upon it, and its validity would end in 18 hours. He could either spend it in that time or lose it, and in this way the saving of money would be impossible. There would, therefore, be no capital. Every sturdy community is largely a community of homeowners not rent payers. Hut try to imagine a man buying a house with a bunch of stamped and dated tickets which will all expire in 48 hours. Multiply this condition by the number of the population anil you can visualize one of the funny features which we shall see when bolshevism achieves order out of chaos when, in a word, it becomes systemized. It is equally easy to imagine any kind of systematization under bolshevist government. IN CASE. cost WOMAN'S DUTY -- TO- DRESS CORRECTLY Woman's desire for attractive dress is not vanity; it is one of the highest instincts of her sex. Her mission is to please, and she owes it to her nature to make herself as attractive as OUR SPRING DRESS GOODS i Combine the two cardinal virtues of ATTRACTIVENESS and UTILITY. In fabric they are all that can be desired for utility, while the color schemes and tonal effects are a delight to the eye. - t. CAPES, DRESSES, SLIPPERS, SILKS, WAISTS. VOILES, pEll of HDL: You'll Pick a Winner HARDWARE, KITCHEN WARE, I'efore the end of the war the English had built and operated submarines that carried twelve-inc- h guns. All the tests applied to them proved them capable of everything that submarines had ever accomplished and then some. The submarine is the weapon which England fears more than any other. It is the greatest menace to the integrity of the British Empire. England wanted submarines tabooed at the peace conference which is jut what happened. To insure a verdict that a certain type of warfare it too horrible for civilized nations a certain nation equips itself to prosecute this horrible type of warfare more horribly than it To has ever been prosecuted. prevent dirty tricks a nation shows itself ready to be the dirtiest in the crowd. It seems slightly illogical No yet eminently practical. nation is more anxious for peace than ourselves, but we shall insure it none the more securely by proving ourselves out incapable of handling rough stuff. We are a little about our role of panoplied THE DETAILS AT LAST. crusader in the white surplice. A Iiolshevist was recently The surplice will be none the less white because of the panoply, and if our record as a naD LUG tion is not good enough to guarantee us against any charges of lust of conquest, America has lived in ain. over-anxio- Every woman in this community who wishes to look her BEST should see this superb line, at once, before the stock is broken. J. E. Dickerson and left him so much stock on his hands was his misfortune as well as the consumers who immediately started out to adjudge him everything that could find its way into print and conversation. Let us rather thank him lor the good intent with which he served us and refrain from more abusive criticism in the future. Why not start purifying the in your own community and stem the germs remaining after the plague of an epidemic. A country well is assuredly the means of much contagion in its own vicinity if the water There is a remedy is polluted. on the market, used by all the large cities notable among which is Chicago, that will kill every germ or infection in fresh water. Use it in your well and be safe with yourself and neighbors. You can get it by applying at any drug store. "i mr water How Many Teeth Have You When you choose our immense stock HI The grocer has received many complaints about the holding up of thu most part of his prices after the war is over. The public that gives itself up to this idle talk is not well informed and should strivu to be before smirching the neighborand hood grocer as a hold-upist A friend soon finds out the religion of his "friend" who is continually borrowing money. The money also seems to have a religion of its own, as it near ly always keeps Lent in the most astonishing fashion. Its not "how many teeth you have", but it is the care you take of the teeth you have. As one "bad" tooth causes much pain, so does one decayed tooth cause the decaying of another. Prevent the loss of your "good" teeth by having your "bad" ones filled or treated. A visit to this office twice yearly will save your teetli and your dental bills. FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. purse-pulle- r. As a matter of fact the war GARRARD satisfaction and then Let us promise you quick service and is over, but not so the goods CIRCUIT COURT. laid in for the supposed con- T. W. Dalley's Aclm'r, et nl, IUalntlir. tinuance of the war by the enVS NOTICE terprising merchant. The buy- T. W. Dailey's widow, it nl, Dcfts, Notice is kIvi'h that tho undersigning was made by this person when ho thought the prices ed a Master Commissioner will sit ill Give us a chance to keep our Promise. Conn Ssj' Brothers. IE "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." irirnii LJI S were perhaps the lowest he would be likely to find them in some while. When negotiating his purchases he had the wclfaru of the people, his customers, at heart and was striving to secure for them the lowest retail prices that he could while the securing was good. The fact that the war ended Ills office on SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919, M. K. DENNY Dentist. Office in Central Record Building. Office hours 8 to 12 bepinninc at 10 o'clock, A. M., to hear proof on nnd report whether tho land untold in the above styled casu enn te divided so us to allot to tho widow, Josephine Dniley, one third of tho sume for life ns her dower, quantity, quality nnd value beini; considered, without materially impairing the valuo of the remainder of thu land W. II. I1KOWN, M. C. C. - -- 1 to 4. C C, 16 PAGES TWRNTY NINTH YF.AR The hi Icons cr.nrept of n w rid ruled Aio' thu iinnnei.il .ud means ibcriy REINVEST DAWN OF PEACE 1 hbt is one of tne wha of Itriuif. by overli.rls of Potsdam, fmlcii. I. btrtj '. inn nnd why the Your Bond Interest In the KIT oneht the beginning BRINGS ITS OWN to It wanbrighter day far of wl.ntEurope pnrcliaf" of Vnr Savings Stamps and nil of he n W. S.S.! Formal Reshould be eontimied the world. On that RESPONSIBILITIES nnd for Democracy vu stiver. i!n' Thrift Md"iis World quest Made By TreasAlmost A Shadow II gave the inhnbifsm Chaos Must be Made earth mi outlook Into n future 'h Afraid To Eat. ury Department In Orderly and This should he free of warn for gemrt. Announcing Coupon tions. from ".My wns so ba Means America's FiHilt the sipnliig of the armistice Is, minch trouble Ihtit he wo reduced Day. win only the first step .n a almost n shadow and was nfrnol to nancial Aid. tnkrif rehahllllatln n liH'..irel est iinythinp, us nil food cnuscl Invest the Interest on jour patriot I THE CENTRAL RECORD. len Lily SECTION 2 LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 20. 1919. I NUMBER M. L j j : j I I has that Sweet, Rich, Nutty Flnvor, common only to I'ure, Clean, Sweet, Sound Garrard County Whent, without Bleach or Blend. 1 j When the armistice win signed Lint November It, tin- - llrst sensation of the Allli'il world m tlmt of surprise. Tho Allies linil M't their tenth and on, were preparing tu go grimly fighting for years if need I"'- - Thin romr tin- - German collapse, expected doubtless hy Marshall Koch, hy Gen-rrPershing and llnig, hut with n srntv of surprise ly the rest of the world. Never was there n greater dawning than the coming of that ilay of pence to the world. It marked the crashing ilownfnlt of Kniserism and It was the fmnl eml of rfiiiserism. "Dcutschtum" that hail threateneil the world for nearly fifty years. The llnhcnzollcnis and the Hnpsburgs left their throne vacant. The end of an old ami evil dream had conic ill. ail world. The Peace Cong.'j.w iU weighty deliberations is the next he ennnot step. Even It' labor llnal and complete when the treaties are signed. Tor the provisions that arc agreed upon there must be carried out. It will be necessary to see that they are carried out. The German chaos must be made orderly. Russia must be put in order. Bolshevism, a menace and f. threat, must go. The Balkans, tho moft dangerous spot in Kurope for a (feneration must be made orderly nnd kept that way. All this means American troops in Kurope for u length of time that n mail can reasonably lix. Conditions will change and our plant, must chance with them. All this, too, means furtlur American finnncir.1 support of the stricken countries. bloating or gas wnlcli pressed ngainsi his heart, worrying him very much. Our druggist persuaded him to try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy nnd in two mouths he looked fine, can eat anything and works hard every duy". It Is a simple harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from tho Intestinal tract and allays the Inllammation which causes practically all stumach, liver nnd Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money reU. K. and McItOIIKHTS funded. Buggies A WAGONS CAR LOAD This was the ism in patriotism. quest by tho Treasury Department lircctcd to holders of bonds of the Third Liberty Loan, Saturday, March 10, is "interest day" for the owners of the Third Liberty Loan bonds, nnd the Treasury Department is anxious to secure the reinvestment of the interest paid to coupon holders in gov ernment securities. llond interest coupons virtually arc the same as cash. Holders may have them redeemed nt any bank, but the best place tu take them Is to the Post druggists everywhere. Office, where the Postmaster will ex change War Savings and Thrift Our philosopher says: If I'd known Stamps for the coupons. Buyers of as much about f ceil in' children us I Lib rty llonds should have forgotten, do about rations for dairy cows an' and should still forget that they have hogs, my family'd be heap healthier maiie luce investmenls in 50 for as folks. present interest is concerned. They should not take a dollar away from Uncle Sam when he needs it so badly. l!u War Savings .Stamps and com pound your interest for the good days that are to come. The owners of war bonds issued to date nre being paid approximately S9.15,00u,nu0 a year from the Treasury as interest on the money they loaned the government. These interest payments represent free money which is available for imAs interest mediate reinvestment. coupons it represents cash and is earning nothing. Reinvested in gov ernment securities it becomes The money earned again becomes money-earninThe Post Office Department has ruled that Liberty Bond interest coupons may be accepted as cash at all postolfiies in the country for the purchase of Thrift Stamps and Wnr Savings Stamps. It is expected that a large percentage of the interest earned by Liberty Bonds will be im mediately turned into War Savings Stamps to earn further interest. re- The Federal Government has spent thousands to prove Blenched and Blended Flour was to some extent unwholesome. The GLEN LILY way is accepted by all authority on wliolesomeness. It costs no more than the best why not use it? GARRARD DC MILLING 1 ! COMPANY DC DC GUY. Mrs. John Black visited Mrs, Boyd Turner last Friday. Miss Allie Doclin spent the week end with Miss Lizzy Foley. Mrs. Carrie Davidson spent night with .Mrs. Wm. Sutton. Friends of Mrs. Green Poynter will regret to know that she is not so well. Miss Ruth Lane spent the week end nt Iluenn Vista with her home- folks. Miss Henrietta Moore of Woodbine is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Nathan Simpson. Misses Lizzy Foley nnd Allie Doo- lin .pent Saturday with Miss Lucy Turner. .Mrs. Ltiln Dailey of Danville was the recent visitor of her sister, Mrs. Green Poynter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yantis spent the lay last Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mrs. John Smith who lias been vis iting relatives at Cottonburg return- Mr. nnd Mrs. James Yantis and sons, were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mil(on Ward. J. T., the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, who has been quite ill, is somewhat improved. Miss Stella Callahan has returned to her home in Richmond nfter n visit to Miss Mollie Barnes. Mrs. Millard Ledford and daughter Ivy, of Paint Lick, were with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wnrd Sunday. Mis. Henry Yater and Miss Florence Prichett of Danville spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Wnlker. Misses I.iila nnd Jean Bronddus spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with Miss Allie Sutton of Marksbury. Mrs. Kvcrette Grow nnd little daughter, Kmma Lee, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Obc Bolton nt Scott's Fork. Mrs. Milton Ward and daughter, Mrs. C. R. Henry were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark on the Lexington Road. Misses Maude and Fannie Smith and Messrs Wnlter Smith nnd Miley ed home Sunday. Beazley spent last Thursday evening Mesdamcs Milton Ward and James with the Misses Bronddus. Several L. Ynntis were visitors Thursday of games of Rook was enjoyed and all .Mrs. Robert Ward. present had a delightful time. To The Farmers And Housekeepers, Build OF New Cream Station. Mr. Coy S. Sanders will open n Cream Buying Station for the FOX Martin Boxes. WIRE FENCE AT SPECIAL PRICES Doubtless every one knows the RIVER BUTTER CO., of Cincinnati, Ohio. Station will open MARCH 25, value of the purple martin, which usually makes its appearance in Ken nnd will buy cream on every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY. tucky from April 1st, to the 15th, Cream will be tested at the station and you will receive check on and which is one of the greatest in sect destroyers of the bird specie, delivery And since farmers of Kentucky lose thousands of dollars annually through Dally Thought. the medium of the insect nnd since it Musical Glasses. What's none and what's past heir; is most imperative that the blue mar Musical glnsi-c- s are ordinary drinkshould be past grief. Shakespeare. ing glares so tuned by their size nnd tin be encouraged to the fullest ex thickness that a damp finger passed tent to come nnd remain with us, 1 Patrlotiem. round their brims produces the notes fiel, that injustice to the hungry, Patriotism, niagleul motion, which starving millions, that every house makes jou rise superior to all ob- of the scale. Almost any ordinary diatonic ulr enu be produced on them, keeper and every farmer in Kentuo stacles, support all weariness, willing. also klmplo hnriiionles. ky should at once erect poles nnd ly accept nil necessary discipline and place upon same a simple and sub. Joyfully face ull dangers. JoHrc, Political Corruption. staiiti.il martin box ns. n home for Corruption In political life Is really these most valuable birds. Any King Would Do. skepticism. It Is n distrust, n disuse It will only necessitate a little time "I can trace my descent In n direct which has lasted so long that It has nnd the expenditure uf a very' small lire from oue of the early kings of grown Into disbelief of imlltlcal prinamount of funds and will result in n England," she said, "Which one?" he ciples, of the first fundamental truths saving of almost an unlimited umount nsked. "I don't recall the inline. What of the mcredness of government nnd kings did Enuluud have" Springfield the necessity of righteousness. Philof foods and feeds. (Ohio) News. lips Brooks. Therefore, please do not put it off, or "let George do it", but begin to ilay tho erection of homes for these busy, useful nnd badly needed little Mat S. Cohen, birds. Commissioner of Agriculture. CASUALTIES Over 240,000 In Fight ing. To Keep 509,-00- 0 Men. Buttle cnsunlties of the American iirmy In France, ns shown by revised divisional records announced recently by (Jen. March totaled '.'40,197. These include killed In action, wounded. missing in action, nnd prisoners, There probably will be some blight further revision us final reports ure received. The 2nd Regular Division show the greatest losses in the revised list, with 24,429, The 1st Division came next with 23,97:1. The 28th (Pennsylvania) led National (iuurd nnd National Army Divisions, being fourth in the list with 14,117. The 32d (Michigan! and Wisconsin), was fifth with 14,. j 208. In tho new list the 42d Division (Rainbow) reported u total of battle casualties of 12,252; the 77th (New-YorMetropolitan National Army), 9,423; the 2Cth (New England), 8,955; the 27th (New York), 7,940; the 30th (Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina), 6,893. Also a big shipment of Wagon and Plow THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR Gear, Breeching, Bridles, Collars Back Bands, Check Lines, Etc. We are making special prices on all these things and can save you money. Come and look before you buy. LANCASTER, W. J. ROMANS in every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. Built for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby" Grand Roadster $1045.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1045.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate, PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. KENTUCkY. The Central hei-oru- , Letnccster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 20, 1919 WHERE THE MONEY'S TO GO. most freOne of the questions quently nsked In connection with the y Victory-Libertloan Is: "Where Is the money to go?'l find It hard to understand why Uncle S.im needs so many billions of dullars more now that the war Is over. Which nfter all Isn't surprising. Hut the average mail falls to consider the tremendous preparation that t'nele Sam had made before the armistice was signed. 'Fnlls to understand that when the German gento surrender Uncle eral start" tlei-ideSam was just about ready to begin lighting. Ami in getting ready he had spent Hut had premoney by the carload. pared In a way that meant utter defeat for Germany, THE (itiHMAN C.KNEIIAL STAFF KNEW THIS IF WF. FOLKS 1IKKE AT IIO.MK DID'NT. They knew that we had more than J,000,0(10 men In France ami Belgium. That we were perfecting our airplane program. That we were producing munitions on n scale never or approached by either England France. That we were manufacturing gas shells at n rate ten times greater than Germany could make them after four years of experience. They knew that we would have an army of 4.000,000 men by the summer of I HI'.). This knowledge nnd the realization that they could not hope to stand up in the face of the onslaught that wns ahe.id of them, forced the general stair to plead for pence mid sign nn armistice whoc terms meant nothing but complete capitulation, spelled nothing short of disgrace nnd utter GROWING GLOVER II Trs.flf I I With AND US TO ENRICH SOIL Purpose Is to Provide Greatest Amount of Nitrogen and Vegetable Growth. NEW GARAGE I Save the Difference I I General Merchandise 1 CUT THE FALL CROP FOR HAY Second Year Crop Should Be Clipped From ft to 12 Inches High and Allowed to Remain on Ground Tractor Is Effective. (Prepared by the 1'nlted States Department of Agriculture.) Sweet clover l grown on ninny corn-befarms for the express purpose of soli Improvement, for width purine It Is uncqualcd by nny other legume. In ea.es where sweet i lover Is grown for Ibis purpo.e the end In view Is to pnlile the greatest tosihIe amount of nitrogen In the soil nnd vegetable growth to be plowed tinder. It Is clear that the second jenr trop which would otherwise be deoted to seed production will gle the great est growth In soil Improvement but there are dllllcultles in plowing un der this crop unless eertnln methods of handling It nre followed. Cut Fall Crop for Hay. The fall crop of the first jear should be cut for hay, which will not lessen seriously the ntnount of matt rial finally returned to the soil. About the middle of May the second year crop should be clipped from S to VI Inches high nnd allow od to remain on the ground. In order to prevent too heavy n growth It may be necessary to clip the Crop ngnln enrly In July, this time from 12 to IS Inches high. If possible. This clipping also remains on the field. After the second clipping considerable growth utiil some seed will lie produced, all of which, together with the two clippings, may Ik- - plowed under Inter In the fall without special difficulty. Tractor It Effective. This Is the method that should be followed If hones nre to be used for plowing; but when n tractor Is avail-ubl- e clipping Is unnecesj-ury- , for with this source of (Miner n very heavy We arc ready now to do your work ipyou need anything in the Garnne line. We hnvc with ua Mr. C. E. Shradcr, of Louisville, who is nn expert mechanic with many year' experience. If you have a big machine he is the man you want, having two. Company, years' experience with the Picrce-ArroWe have n Complete Line of MICHELIN TIRES AND TUBES the best to be had. Come take a look at the i I 1:1 i I I Wire Fence, Vulcan and Oliver Plows. McCormick Disc Harrows. Cash Only. AUBURN BEAUTY SIX The Car of Quality and Beauty. . . We shall appreciate a portion of your business and nunrantec each and every one a square deal. CHRISMAN BROS. East Main St. Phone 38 Danville, Ky, Hlitory of Silk Production. Silk was tlrst made by SI l.lng, wife lloaiik'-TI- , eiiixTor of Chlim, "Jivt It. Among the lirnki Aristotle CW. J It. (') Is the tlrt who mentions .f.-It was not until A. I, "Oil. how- It. ever, that It began to be cultivated In Europe, the lirt eggs being then prougnt trotn I ml tiy some monks. of ('. Health In Outdoor Sports. The great Inireav In the number of liiiiniti nt iisjlums for the Insane l to be taken n n sign of the worry and uncertainty of our times. The re-s- u iptlon of outdoor piny ns siton ri ii.:hle will restore equilibrium. Hid Un old base ball pla)r evtr Insane? 1 BECKER and BALLARD. in Ill I I PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I J Saved to Come Effect. In OrcenvlIIe, X. II.. n man who believe In saving coppers and nickels paid his taxes with $110.33 la huffnlo nickels, $0 in nickels S11.S0 In o!d-stlcents. Lincoln cents and Indian-heaItuylng n buggy, nearly new, at aucIt In coppers, and he tion, lie paid for also paid $27 In cents for a purchase made nway from boine. Symptoms of Death. The usual procedure nt the front to determine whether death has occurred Is to Inject lluoresclne, according to the method of Dr. S. Icard of Marseilles. In the living the eyes will take a vivid preen color as though on emerald had been set In the socket. If no coloration Is observed within an hour or two after Injection, it may be Mated positively that the person Is dead. Remember the Golden Rule. I'crbnps the person Nn't living who hasn't certain little peculiarities, but that Is no reason why some narrow-minde- d Individual should take It upon herself to weave Into whole cloth those tiny, discordant ravellngs and then pass on her "dls'covery" to anyone who will listen. If the listener Is a believer In the Golden Itule she will not only turn a deaf cur to such a recital, but dismiss her uncharitable informant as quickly ns possible. Exchange. Life's Minor Worries. Frequently a woman worries n groat deal iner tiie Question of calling on another woman who doesn't care In the least whether the calls or not. Eostoti Transcript. The Lobster. Unlike most other marine nnlmnls, the lobster Is not truly migratory In Its habits. It remains on about the same ground. It Is believed, from year to jear, coming Into shallower water In spring and returning to the less ac cessible depths In autumn. Labor Saver. Tioth time and trouble defeat. And in accomplishing this Uncle Sam had not only spent nil the proceeds of the Fourth Liberty loan and all the returns from the 1IMS tax col lections, but hai' anticipated largely the Fifth loan and the 1911) tax in come. The fact is that much of this mon ey has been sper.t already Ami the fact that it was spent to such clTcct- ive purpose u entirely responsible for the quick and unexpected ending of Olllcc Phone 18. the war. And every man who appreciates what that expenditure did; what it accomplished, how it forced the Ger mans to quit cold, nnd that there is still a big lot of overhanging bills to pay to say nothing of bringing tho Items ol hoys back home-- Will !rert I'lng "I)i s the n strike ymi subscribe to the Victory-Libert- y n bit. He us funny?" I'ung Loan to the limit. ay and 1 struck me for n tii I've couldn't set the j Our philosopher rays: Since learned about bacteria bein' in my I esil. it has helped mc n whole lot. Vice of ths V.rtjoji. Is that Honest, my land don't seem dead to The peculiarity of .11 It ll like it's It Is the vice of tin " r'n me any more. Appears ithrrnlse a kinder fairy talc brought up to date often the one lib t . noble character for me. W. 0. RIGNEY. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Old Rivera and New. Henry prnl.cd to me lately the manners of mi old cstabllshi-d- , calm. will, distinbehaved river, ns guished from those of a new river. A new river l n torrent; an old one slow and steadily supplied. What Impi-eIn tiny pnrt of the old river In every other relates to what befalls part of It. Tl full of compensations, resources and reserve funds. Emerson's Journal. Funeral Resilience Phone 33.; arc saved by Lancaster. towel placing an ordinary threc-nn- n rack above the right end or the sew. Ing machine. On this rack can bo hung the sewing tape, etc., and pieces of un finished goods which otherwise slip on the floor beneath the machine.' From Good Housekeeping. What Canals Can Do. There are 400 miles of navigable waterways In Iirltaln, yet the actual percentage of craft on them nt the moment Is less than one per mile. On the other hand, Germany owes much to her highly efficient nnd economical canal system. Her water roads link up 7(0 Industrial centers, and goods sent by canal route cost much less than by rail. ;. Turning Under Clover to Enrich Soil. growth can bo crop of second-yea- r On sevplowed under satisfactorily. eral occasions large uerengea of sweet clover which have failed to produce seed have been plowed under by the use of n tractor nnd gang plows equipped with special joluters, which are very effective In turning under and completely covering large amounts of vegetable matter of this kind. I Want a Man FERTILIZERS NOW ON HAND I desire the assistance of at least one man in this communityall or part of his time on a financial proposition of great merit. I am willing to arrange unusual remuneration for this work and can give cordial support and to the man who undertakes it. Liberal advertising through the Press. Farmers, for First Time In Several Years, Will Be Able to Obtain Ample Supply. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Tor the first time In several years American farmers will probably be able to secure adequate supplies of The fertilizers for use this tprlng. supply of nitrogenous materials is relarge stocks garded as umple because of nltnitu of soda which were brought Into thi' country for munition purines nre now available for agriculture nnd, In nddltlon, the producing capacity of ammonium sulphate plants has been Incrensed since 101.1 from about 000 tons to approximately 400,000 tons. The department of agriculture ulso has purchnsed out of n SIO.OOO.OOO revolving fund a Bupply of pllrute of soda which will be distributed to farm ers ut cost for cash, tho price being $81 a ton, plus freight. There. Is In tho country a large surplus of sulphuric cupaclty, nnd native supplies of phosphate rock nre available practically to any extent demanded. Home shortage of potash muy continue, ns It Is not thought that supplies can be obtained In time for use this spring either from Alsace or from Germany. HANDLE iihw 3 JBi(Pipp .... SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSt Coprrtffcl T.bMcg mi Cm. If interested, I wish you would give this matter a thorough and complete investigation. Call on or address the amokegame with a jimmy a hand out for what ails your' smokcappetitet For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that cuts you loose from old stung tonguo and dry throat worries I Made by our cxclusivo patented process, Princo Albert ia scotfrce from bito and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun that ever was scheduled in your direction! PLAV if you're hankering for TUBERS CAREFULLY T. T. Beeler 201 SUrks Potatoes Should Not Be Treated Though They Were Cobblestones Arc Living Things, (Prepared by the United States Depart ment or Agriculture.) Potatoes should be handled carefully and not us though tbey were cobblestones. The potuto Is a living thing, with a protective skin, which It Is able to keep Intact K It baa a fair chance. Bid. Louisville, Ky. Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-parolled Into a cigarette it beats tho band! Get tho slant that P. A. is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! Vou never will bo willing to figure up the sport you've slipped-o- n onco you eet that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction Into your smokesystcml You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firine linel frU l; , r..nJli.lM,,ll.. , cr..v. ,t.tlU.I 1 I r p,.J . .. ana fll-fmn- j ,. ul ,U Win-ton-Sale- kumlJ., with lit hmmb w " S WW R. J. Reynold! Tobacco Company, m, N. C The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 20, 1919. V KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! KMny trotiM don't iUippar nf lnw y hut Thty Ktow thrmaalvrn tfrfilllr, hrMtli with deadly certainty, unlit you Mil a vie tltn to IricuraMf til mop your troublr whit thrre In tlm. Pon't wait until tittle pAin heroine To achei. Iton'l trill with dlac.ir-atoIiI future tmlTerlinf Will treadneut a with fclM MKIMl Haarlrm Oil t'ftp-ulenow, Take three or four etrry day until you are- entirely fr from pain. Thla well'known pretMiratlon haa len una of the natliuial remillea of Holland for centurlra tn i'J the govern ment of thet Netlivrlanda k ranted a. aperlal charltr authoriiliiK Ita prepara . (Ion aotl ' How Shall Germany Pay? have ilcvelopeil nt the t'ence C otifi rcnec concerning w.in' ne principle of war reparation shou!! lie n"d they nre respectively Autumn, lir.i.-M- , and trench. The Avrricun tlicory Is that repa r..ticn to lis i.cvumded from Germany should cover only such damage ns was done by her in deliberate nnd criml rial destruction in violation of the Under laws of war and of nations. this heading would come such liar liaric acts ns the ruthless destruction of cathedrals, unnecessary pillage of farms aiul houses, etc. The llritish view is that, since in civil law all ihimnge must ho paid by the aggressor, (Iermany should be compelled to pay, not only such costs as Amenta would exact hut nlvi all the expenses contracted by the Allies in their conduct of the war including involved In raising, the expense equipping, transporting nnd main tinning their nimics. The French view is that reparation should include all that England de mands, hut the French make the sti pulation that there thould he a se quence of payment, that is, that Ger many and Austria should pay first the bill demanded in the American scheme for destruction in violation of international alw, any pay the other bills the bills England would de mand later, as the state of her linn lues would allow. It is claimed that there is no great difference between the French and ' f Amcricnn views when we take ill-'- o consideration the fact that Germany may be unable to do more than pay the hills she will owe on the first count that is the American plan. L'nder the American proposal England would be able to collect reparaonly to the tion from (iermany amounts of damage caused by her airplane ami Zeppelin raids in Kng-lis- li territory, the destruction of merchant shipping and the like. The bills of the United States and llritish colonies would be for losses inflicted creditors under the American scheme cm them through the submarine warfare on merclu.nl shipping. The chief would be Ibdgium, Serbia and the countries which suffered the bulk of criminal damage. BRANDING MARY By IMES MACDONALD. .. quaintly ralln OOI.n MKtAl, IUarlm (Ml Capaillea They ratora atrentfth mid nre rflponatble In a KTeat rneaaur for ih sturdy, robust hwtlth of tha Hotlandcia. not delay. On to your rfrufrnlat nd InaUt ntl Ma iiwlylnf Ton with CJOl.I) MKOAI Haarlem Oil Cafaulen. Taka them aa dlrett1, and If you are not fMtlaP.rd with rneulta youf druKKlat will Kladly refund your money. Iook fur ihe name (loU MKllAb on the, box and arept tin other. In aealad ttoiss, three altra. ! Th hutiaewlfa of Holland would moat a roon n without food aa with "h out her "Rml Dutch tropi,M Tlire thi'iries A Dash wrf -- u Chocolate "Contrary Mary, don't be scarey, (lunrd your garden nail. Hare little Cupe, snoopy fairy Finally gets them nil. And In Jour breast he'll shaft bis t diirt; I kttenr this unto you And pierce your nmv rebellious heart. For he's contrary, too." i 3 CITIZENS! NATIONALS KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON 11. ) "KOLL OF HONOR."' V. I' Hudson, President, J. J Walker, W. I'm. W V Champ, Cashier, 0, ltigney, Amt, Cnchicr. '. Joe J, Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. (' Hamilton, Clerk. THE NSTIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital 450,000. A Surplus 430,000. J. K. STORM ES, Vice-Prcs- t. President. S, V DKN'NY, Cnshivr. CHARLIE THOMPSON', Teller. RANDOLPH HARRIS. Individual r. MUCH MOIII.KY, Ccncral i: DKN'NY, Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR UUSINESS. (I II. Swincbrnnd, J II. Posey, Alex It. Denny, J E, Stormcs, S. C Denny, J. I. Cill, Dr. W. M, Elliott. Directors. PUBLIC SALE of fine Blue Grass Land for Jessamine County, at 10 o'clock a. m. on 287 Acres by-bi1-tains TUESDAY, APRIL 1st, 19 We will sell without reserve or d in three tracts then as a whole the farm known as the Jessamine county infirmary, located five miles southeast of Nicholasville, Ky., on the Chrisman Mill pike, known to be one of the best pikes in the county. In good neighborhood, with public school within 10 yards of the farm; two churches within 1 2 miles; good railroad station two miles from farm on the L and N. 1(50 acres, all in cultivation, the TRACT NO. improvements consist of brick residence with eight rooms, two tenant houses with two rooms each. Two good stock barns, splendid never failing springs in the yard and all This tract is well watered by springs. 86 acres, all of which is in Blue TRACT NO. grass. Has not been plowed for twenty-liv- e years; every acre will bring good hemp or tobacco. The improvements on this tohouse and a new tract consists of a new three-roonever bacco barn. This tract is watered by two failing springs. 41 acres, all in Blue Grass with TRACT NO. good water and no improvements. These three tracts will be offered separate and then as a whole, the best bid realized will be accepted. The entire farm is under good fence. out-buildintains m tains TERMS Ten per cent cash on day of sale, remainder of d January 1, 1920, at which time deed will be made and full possession given. The remainder in 1, 2, 3, and 4 years, equal installments, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date of deed, to be paid annually. one-thir- T. S. BARR, Wilmore, Ky, J. R. WILLIAMS, Nicholasville, Ky., Committee. or (i. W. LYNE, Auctioneer, Nicholasville, Ky. SMITH and ROBINSON, Real Estate Agents, Nicholasville, Ky. JESSAMINE REALTY CO., Nicholasville, Ky. Mary l'.ayhurn knelt In her conoe and clung breathlessly to the low humtlng overhead brum lies that screened her as she watched the singer lift his puddle nnd suddenly with one long sweeping stroke drive Ills ranoe Into the hiding place beside hers. "A h," he smiled, "nt Inst I" Jlury us stnrtled and only stared. "After all this time," he went on. '!' found you." "Wli) have you been looking for tucl" she at Inst found her tongue, "Don't you remember J" be chilled her. "Don't you remember that day I saw you on the beach at Coronudo? You or a blue bathing suit and a yellow cap." She shook her head. "Vtt never been there." "I gue.s jou're mistaken," she fnld s he hummed the air of Ids sung smilingly, "and nnd I think I'd better ! going." Slie half urn. i' to illS''ntam:le a dead brunch that had caught oer Ihe how of her canoe It tilted and with a Iib little gasp of chilled surprise found herself, lu the water. Almost Instantly he was beside her. Then he took hold of her and held her high In his arms. "You jou needn't hold me so long," she protected Indignantly, "Umg," he chuckled. "I'm only laS ting jou drain before I put you back In Ihe canoe. Ilcllcte me, jou're one- wet woman." And finally he hunched mrr nnd sat her down In her canoe. "Drag my "Here," he ordered. calioo along behind and I'll tow us up around Ihe bend where there's n sand - we can land on." He procured a bathing suit and a ruin cost. "fin buck up there somewhere," he directed, "and put on these dry things. Then bring your tilings hack here n nil spread them out on Unit huh. This min'll dry 'em lu a couple of hours." She studied him silently for u moment ami then silently took the things be offered and nent hack toward the thickly woodeil shore. And a few moments Inter she returned with the raincoat wrapped about her und her hair tumbled down her buck. Cohir h u.ked. She shook her bead. He got out a coffee mt nnd n frying pan, talking In his droll way entirely unconscious of her shy reserve. After they had eaten they sat there .. hlle Chalmers smoked. She studied li it) roertly at every opportunity as ihey chnttvd and talked, but she hud persistently refused to give him any knowledge of herself other than the first mine of Mnry, which he had guessed. She watched him curiously as he took a charred stick and mnrked a mystic sign on the fcmixith skin of her arm. "What Is It!" nhe asked looking down on tlio circle he had made. "I'e put jny brand on jou," he smiled Into her ejes. "I've a much In California, the Circle Hai-a- nd that's my brand." "Oh I" she murmured, rubbing the mark off with her hand, at the bauie time reull2lng regretfully that It was lime for her to go. So she gathered up her clothes and went buck Into the trrtx to Hit them on. "Sadly wrinkled, but nice und drj" she laughed, lit she climbed Into her canoe u few- - moments later. "Am I going to see Jou ncalii. MnryT" he asked earncstlj'. "1'erhupa I'll come this way again." sua smiled, as she swept on down the rtter and out of sight. That night ISiiilmers took the puncher's outtlt Unit hung as a decoration on die wall of his shack and drcoscd himself for the costume ball that was to he held seerul tulles below nt the famous Windermere Inn, one of the most Interesting resorts In the Maine woods. When he united the ball wim In full swing. In the center of one group stood n delightful Spanish dancer who turned Kiijly to to some one passing und reeuled to Chalmers a round hare shoulder, on which had been printed with u black ejebrow pencil the brand of the Circle liar. Instantly he stood before tho group lint, and swept his which bore the same Insignia, u deep Spanish bow, us he took tho dancer's hand, "The brand Is mine," ho explained npologetlcally to the rest of the group, Indicating the mark on her shoulder, "and an) thing that hears the brand of the Circle liar' Is nilno also." And lie led her toward the veranda. .. "I wondered If jou'd bo hero she murmured wheu they reached the shadows. "My brand Is on you, Mary dear," be suld, "and I'll uever let you go," "I I don't want to go," she whispered. And It Is reported that somebody saw somebody that saw the Cov Puncher kissing th Spanish duncer, though of course It might not have been true. i r on Your Nose Knows palatable. All smoking tobaccos arc treated with some flavoring for the same reason. But there is a big difference in the Quality and kind cf tobacco flavorings. Tuxedo the finest of properly aged burley tobacco, uses the purest, most wholesome and delicious of all flavorings- chocolate! That is why "Your Nose Knows" Tuxedo from all other tobaccos All foods are flavored to make them pure fragancc. Try This Test: Rub a little Tuxedo briskly in the palm of your hand to bring out its full aroma. Then smell it deep its delicious, pure fragrance will convince you. Try this test with any other tobacco and we will let Tuxedo stand or fall on your judgment. i by its delicious p GU.Mlimo "lO SATtSf OR VOUB HONEY 00 "Your Nose Knows" Tk Perfect Tcbicco for Pip u4 CijuttU - n Guaranteed by INCO.'OMTIU ' Hospital Has Farm. America has n big Knglish farm of 1S8 acres in connection with its Red Cross Hospital which will take care of 3,000 American sick or wounded The farm will j;ive these soldiers. men the needed amount of exercise and occupation for hands and heads while producing a vast amount of food. Sixty dairy cattle, 125 hogs and about 1000 hens will be kept. Is His For Asking. Soil nnd fertilizer experiments nre being tried year affer j'ear on test fields in Graves, McCrncken, Logan, Muhlenberg, Shelby, Madison, Laurel and Fayette counties. In many of these tests manure is returned to plots in proportion to the crops they produced. In this manner a practical of farming is represented in which it is determined what fertilizers nre necessary in connection with good farm practice. A glance at a map will show that the counties mentioned above repre sent the various s of soil on which Kentucky farmers make their living. y If the everj'-dafarmer is anxious to buy fertilizers or lime which will pay for their cost and their application, he does not need to spend years in experiments at home. He can write to the College of Agriculture nt Lexington and ask for a copy of the report on the results of the soil experiment fields which brings all records up to June 1918. It is his for mere asking. WHAT THEY PUTIN. Comparisons never become more odious than when we endeavor to stack up our performances against what the boys in khaki did over yonder along the French front. Than when we try to measure the dollars we lent ngainst the lives they lost! The wounds they received. The hardships they suffered. Then when our contribution is set up against what they put in. For every one of them put his life In jeopardy from the moment he took the oath to serve his countrj-- . Some 70,000 of them paid the ex treme price. Never came back. Some 200,000 others were wound Some ed in greater or less degree. of them will be physical wrecks the rest of their lives. Many of them will have to learn all over again the Thousands will task of self support. be years in getting back to n normal physical condition. Xot one of them but put in all he Not one hail when he went overseas. of them but took his life in his hand when he embarked. And not one of you but would give everything of value you possess on this earth for your life. These boys in khaki had no such chance. Uncle Sam asked their lives if need be. And they put themselves in his bunds. Life of limb or liberty, it mattered not. There was no limit. Don't make the mistake of trying to compare your sacrifices with theirs. ictory. Don't try to pot ott the Liberty Loan salesman when he conies around, with the claim that you have done nil you can; that you have gone the limit. You haven't. And no one knows it better than YOU. And if you give your conscience a chance you will do better this time than you have In any of the preceding loans. For Uncle Sam needs the money. His honor is ut stake. And yours. You can rescue both by putting In every dollar you can scrape up. Even then you will not be out of 'debt. DR. J. W. Weber Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office Hunn House STANFORD," KY., Every day except Monday and Thursday every Muiiuiy Richmond anil Irursday at tho Oldham Iluilmug. ICwrlsM. r U McClurt Dstwr uroaicais.! Ns- - ft The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 20, 1919 LOCATIONS FOB HOG RAISING 37 at I'm Doing for Buggy Buyers This new Free Book to save you money Farnv'. Possessing Rich Soli That Will Produce Forage It Desirable. (Trernred by the United Etatca ment of Agriculture.) An Ideal location In on a farm powsslng n rich soil that produce grnsM-- i nml other forage us well n tlio grain needed for fattening the lnr. Thin iloi'H nut menu, however, tlnt only llmo fnriners holding rlcli, level land should raise hogs for ns 11 matter of fuct hops nre unut easily hniidled on farms that are muiic. what rolling. Tor the production of forape crops the rolling farm If often ni pood ns Die level one, nml It nftin hns the added advantage of shade and DepartHi TAY and Night I have worked this year to keep down prices in the face of advancing costs of 4!' t'csuliful new book and Ibe price, I'm quoting thl, year. I'm proud ol ibis cool, it s a winner, it rcprcicma nii i e worsen lor -- uoe vehicles at low prices. evervthintf that docs into a fine btifttr. I've made it nciillv bors. I'm ijoinij to make your eyes pop, when you see my ict votir ncaunintance. uct acauatnica . . a . I f.a. r her uied to tar in ine t uicv muincia trial ine vounaman irom . .. . .. 11 . Kentucky would not auccrrn would not crow, i ve looiea r tnem. i rta ina runt idea ai i iniw 11. i wat in ine rimi location, 1 bed near ! edeealelei and bav talca edtanuo ol iLcim. arm me mane Send your namo .... J 'i Here I m loci ft-- rUht in the very heart of the heat cloeeit thered touiS atraiihl train tecourd frowth apM hickory frowtnf diairirt rd America. I am In a town where teira ere low and help la plentiful, an J not etpenatre. I know tbc rarriaf huaU Il'i to rr r fromlb A aamZ. but) In my MvJ. My Uibcr aoJ ranjiatber acta bclora toe. t la Think it over Caj"0mmm aatl yon irory oi Deiicr nugict, iowrr pncei, a longer ana iironcer auaranlff. 1 want tnu tn writ m a Inter. I want ou to Aa if now. 1 want t a atnd vnu a Irta- hook that la educational, thai will often of era la Ijw Drifts, ttial will dreamcJ welt (oaaibIe. to but a tctur it tat ibao ou W a Now lm out to tavo you more money inn over Dororo 1 ttr Bohoris Busies From Factory to You There ! 1 Sixty Days Free Road Trial , Increase the Meat Supply of the Nation by Finishing the Hog Crop. n better water supply. The hill fanner does not have the hest situation In nil things, hut In many Instances he has certain advantages which he does not uppreelate. It Is an advantage to locate In a community. There nre many small problems In management which may be learned through nctual experience In one's own community. In such cases the older breeders have for u long time been In contact with local conditions, and u new man may protlt by their experiences without spending several years acquiring one of his own. Then, too. If u whole community will raise u certain grade or breed of hog, It can obtain a reputation for its product as n community such us an Individual never could hope to win. When the buyers lenrn that n type or breed of hog which they desire Is to be obtained In unlimited numbers In n certain locality, they will naturally turn there first to buy the animals. All of which tends to decrease the difficulties of growing and marketing foi the small breeder. The question of n market must always bo considered, especially the facilities for reaching It and the tjpe of hog It demands. .Most communities have been successfully connectiil wltt the large central markets by the railroads, hut these will be of little livall If the roads to the stations are poor. Hood roads are of Inestimable Importance, for, among other things, the) i nuble the farmer to market his products at tiny und all times, thus taklnt uilvtintugo of any favorable fluctuation In the market prices. As to the tjp of hog the market demands, that inmt be determined by I "nil Inquiry, but II order to bring the highest market prlct hogs must be well finished und fat. The greatest demiilid Is for i.U0 tu '!(. pounds hogs, und farmers general!) obtain the mut profit by marketing their hogs at weights rnnglug froir !KK) to Ii(IO pounds. not a weak trot In ve teen to that. I have built a regular Cbineie wall til protection around my cut torn en. More than that ! challenge the whole world oq prices. Get the llig I look. Then you decide. That's all I want )ou to do today. Everything I claim in my advertisement I more I ArmA Inln.. In than Life Long Unlimited Guarantee $30,000.00 Bank Bond thii rropoiition anywhere. The buIei bujr are built rlht bere in my own factory under my personal direction, by e inert workmen, trained In the IIohom war. The material comet out of thii country, the be it second Growth tralght rain white hickory country In the world. My road letta mean uuuneti alio, Alter )ou et my iHKik, pick out the vuttfy )ou want. I'll Ict you hitch )our hone to it and ive it hard uaa tor iuty cay approval test over the rtuj(heit roadi In your country. II the I'U&fy ibomt any ilnt ot weakneaa I take It J Think ol it. There ii no time limit to mf uaraoice on woikmanibip and material. II you ducovcr a naw at aov time, no matter when, I make it nht and I do not atk you to take my word for It. lou aie protected tir a IJO.UUU.UU Legally Eiecuted bank bond to make you absolutely safe no matter nat happen. Coiion's Rubies are ,old direct from factory lo uer. We never C sell to agents, dealers or jobber,, My Big Bond is Your Protection but our the atory, give benefit ol the lowrii wholesale cuttomers lactory price. I haven t room to fell )ou hall of the big u coeia t make soy dincrenrr what kin,! ol a huy you want, )ou will und II in my Iiifi I rre iiook. More style, lower prices, everything you are looking for. Writ, for Prcm Books. It's Urfral fa, fr ratals rver HMMi lb nova U lsuiv, II thu toM9 didrmit ttvlr. will cvrrv klaj lsa routoo. 1feej lala ?9 lalf alora. II rovt r aaoi,lrtiiifr 01 m SarocM urgol bttr btrtt t la IS woilJ otlliaS dirrcl lo lb coiMor. lb .book yoo aal lo bow. II aiiiwtr ttll voo all rrr qwrilo iMiii Ml. r ill owl tea cevooa sou aood It brierf Dimt StHut Ytkidt lodtr, Uoo I vail. Futarr m tatWorU 'J 7e,T.'w.''.; ir"r .. A,.w c:'evv. saw yt.'r-,7r- 'i S3 Reao Bo boa's "' o 'oi. .,, o Mail th. nam lHlUB.r. UutiuiTLW f G"r. or .o Rana oil faaollne or krroaeae. &tarta rstv. Lf.liai nA tfaab llniiion. Specal bot apark mi la. Require do battcriet Sirenllb, power ami cStriency bat been the aolc aim nl .itinera ol fttktm A'laf f.mfmtt, iUt atv bout them and quoit a ike lowest price a no mctlr fatal r. irada en fine. Ninety daya trial. tailmiicJ guarantee. lUbon'a T)4ile Klaf-- En tinea Berfa rent. Coupoo .1. f . V 72 ine f , Meed nor to cfcs.ii, 'uier. UViia, laittA - o. r hit r rea to tine book. Itiellaall 'i)itt Bskaa's CeaalsM Oak Taaaa4 Barawsa ! Sl.l ol lb mol iprl wotknwo w wrlo. KmnlaM I" Itooi f" iia difrcl tttm hfi prtoa. II lcm Sl nltt. -o- ryi0 r p,Io 'fee bop,. Bar of rpr. fLij,"'; ; l-l. tmrr'J.V.T'".?11""" lrlo, I l'l I loJ.. csialol lr IbUS lo baroroa. !! rrioi. ll "''rf."" Sn'ioyv crv solm SoJ l a Wr ro tS aaooair, i C'K n Bij Baratna In Merchandiie. I not only manufacture and tell Direct to the Uier vehicle and harneta ol every description. , ! Lul I alaa(e yoj tb txnefit ol tbc kiweal, wbolcaalt Uctory pnecaoa 'use Himg r.mfmtt. Lim larm wafona, true at. metal wbeela, iaae prepared roouof. ail imard, lrm lence ntui f.ice, pieyciea, jtaaen Keady fcliird thusf, Kool aad ney titm4 is. jam paioi, inruoaiora anu prooocra, una narrow, corn piaoicta anu in isvri iim uppirirTivi ii arwrry urMriptioa, ntmtm ijav a you nollilnt. Juat utr mr n rre ftitriwion nooa It coat kfv rttlttttnt lalkini ftlacmnca. r.vryiniaf lor ina nomt and lartn. otoj orop nai amp teiier A (C. wrilB 'our nni ot I,e couponlo PC low, vt belor ne a deal la or pMiaicaru. every mine uarasicru. nu maiier abovt ibait lbyuu. II l wndcratuoj f prlc the cloaJ an J ibal foce, even beo 1 aell 04 at oj pay al igV llui lh ooda arc aubjet.1 approval c xa ass vwwas iiaajay JW k. 110 rwoal. BOBsCa r sjuss.( s ii atauisusj vm tm J aj" kf l t'ois. fx as s tisiayt am ifm fitfttt o. v . v ' n thp aa - t a RnuriN awwaawii rn aTM Department No; Harrodsburg, Ky. Self Compulsion. Secretary Glass doesn't want people to buy War Savings Stamps or Liberty Bonds under compulsion. He is rmht. The only compulrion must be But many persons will not perform their duty until their conscience is prodded a bit. That's why we always need evangelists not to tell us what is right, but to arouso within us olT our lethargy. a spirit to throw We'll wake up all right! I' LIVE ' ST0CK1n0TEs1 It Is a well and quite generally known und recognized fact that the serum treatment properly iidmlnls-tereThere's going to be a lot of war will Immunize cattle ogalnH talk, and never-endinstories to tell blackleg. when our fighting boys return. They of talcs that will Keep nn eye open for those fat, will be chock-ful- l plump, young pigs that do not come (tir your blood and arouse your eer-lastin- g out of their nest for exercise. The) ndmiration. The most sen- nre tlio ones that lire npt to have llir rational war in the world's history lias thumps. furnished material for ttorics that will startle the uniTo feed the pigs from the trough verse, Sevcnty-mil- u fightcannon, nrrungo n creep m the pigs cun gr to the trough to eat without being ing airplanes, poison gr.s and a other heretofore unInterfered with by the sows. heard of methods of making war will Jjfo cow's color has ever cauicd bet be tulked of fur many years to come. to produce one iHiund more of milk And when you're sitting around lisor one pound more of butterfut. tening to talcs of great battles, and of military movements achieved by enough Animals should have inconceivable Ingenuity and generalIn barns, ami under sheds so they will ship, here are a few facts you'll find bo eomfortuhle. wortli knowing they'll help you unKcep plenty of clean, fresh watei derstand what's being talked about. An army corps is 00,000 men. bVfore the brood sows nt all times, An infantry division Is 19,000 men. flood pasture lands are the basis ol An infantry brigade is 7,000 men. successful iktlry funning. A regiment of Infantry is 3,000 A men. i The water supply l of paramount A battalion is 1,000 men. Importance In raising animals. Things Worth Knowing A company is 230 men. A platoon is 00 men. A corporal's squad is 8 men. A field battery has 19j men. A firing squad is '10 men. A supply train has 'J83 men. A machine gun battalion has 29C men. An engineer's regiment lias 1.09K men. An nmbulanre company has Gi! men. A field hospital has 55 men. A medical attachment has 13 men. heads the field A major-genein- l army and nlso each army ctirps. heads each inA brigadier-genera- l fantry brigade. A colonel heads each regiment. is next in rank A lieutenant-colone- l below m colonel. A major heads a battalion. A captain heads a company. A lieutenant hsnds n platoon. A sergeant Is next below a lieu- Seeking me on eager feet And excitedly he'd say; "Whatyegot to eat?" Home from school he'd daily run, Thinking of the pantry shelf. Cookies vanished one by one, When he'd learned to help himself. "Hello, Ma: I'm back again!" Was his little greeting sweet. Then n boyish smile, ami then: "Whatyegot to eat!" I could hear it now, Nevir dreamed I'd miss it so. Wish that I could know, somehow, That old Joy of long ugo. But be stands across the sen Serving In the Buttle' heat And ho cannot say to me: "Whatyegot to cat!" Wish that ident stating the plenary council has To Wax Paper, If one needs mnue wand pr,per poiitively decided that the league of nations is to be part of the peace quickly and then in mine Imndy, melt hoini' purallln In a rhulliuv pan und treaty. This cablegram was sent in re- put Mrlin of llilu puper (tlskue paper good) throiiKli It. sponse to one sent by Mr. Tumulty is inquiring whether there was any A Change for Them. truth In certain newspaper stories tlslu-riuetin ilc that the league was not to be incor- I "What y profesliiiinl wini nit take u viinuiuiij nsks the porated in the pence treaty. Mirt inlumii. writer of ii Mnjbe thej "I cabled direct to the President lit tell the truth, brother. Boston Tranl'aris, asking if there was any truth script. in this report," said Mr. Tumulty, "ami I nm this morning in receipt of LadybuQt to Fight Aphides. n cablegram from the President stat!.ii!)Iiuk will be iiillcctcd by forest ing that the plenary council hns posKcnlci' men In Oregon before the itively decided that the League of I r 'i I uf liiberiiiillnii Is ended and Nations is to be part of tho peace freed til the uhrtit flelds "f the state treaty, that there ii absolutely no In ll.-li-t the aphides, of wlildi the Indy-bu- g Is the natural inemy. The hidy-blutruth in any report to the contrary". hibernate on iiiouiituin tups and In prutectnl cuiiyuiis. tenant. A corporal is n squad officer. Whatyegot To Eat? Never thought about it much In the days of long ugu. That It was a boyish touch, Then I didn't seem to know. Never thought that I'd recall Simple words that he'd repent ' As ho rushed Into the hall: "Whatyegot to eat!" What n glorious day 'twill be, When the cruel war is done, And the boys tome home from reu With the victories they've wcnl Oh, the joy tu hear him then Saying loudly as wo meet, "Hello Ma, I'm back again! Whatyegot to eat!" Kdgur A. Guest. Energy and polaooa from iba Wool raaia product itrtam. Wbea lha ktdoeya are overworked, aveak or diaeaacd, Iba wat mailt r remain! In Iba ayatem aod rauaea palo la aula or back, rbawmallin, lumbago, attffacsa of joiaii, tor dukIci and other ymptotna. Wheo a peraoea kid" era ara owl of order, (beta U lck of tawtir. lorca. vljor, teal and fcocral cffcctlvtoeaa. Mdoey aad bladjer mutt property fuoctioa lor anyone toco joy lootlbealib. OF THE THE WORKfiller and cait out L KIDNEYS U to ting. When You Are Chilled. Chilled lnih.li nr foet thoutd not bo put near the lire nr In hot water, lis this iiii-- e the blond vesMels to illlnto too rapidly nnd chilblains result. Tho olilllid numbers may be put In tepid water ami a llill,. mt iiter added fron time In time, but the best plan IS tl) Wnrill lV tiriU. nn.l l.u ml,. ' .VJ League of Nations Will Be Part of The Peace Treaty. NEW VOIth", Murch 15. Joseph Tumulty, secretary to President Wilson, announced hero today he was in receipt of a cablegram from tho I'res- - ' Started as u lad of five, Clamoring for cake or pie. v "Hungriest little boy alive," Many and many n time, said I. lli'd come bounding in from play, irs prompt la acttoa aad loalc la tbclr b.tlns aad .oolhlni ffct oa weaa, sofa. Of crwoisad, bladder, diaaaiad kldaay, Mra. Mary Haadanoa. Mt'Cann.t. S. C, Kdoy fill. I "Uclor I uaad aldaay trouble aad ny l.fl aid Iroublad with bull m o I could birdlyf.l up la lb. raoraUf . saw sad am litlitf fen,," Pale la all Animals In Hedges. Those quaint box hedgeH, whlcli ono wimellineH seen howu.Iiijh In tlio llrlt-Is- li Ikies, cut nut nn the top Into curious little shiiios ,f birds mid animals, re of exceedingly undent llucuue. I'llny the Vnmiger, In ilererlblng the garden nf one of his villus, mentions "unlmuls In box, fuclng euch otbex," and this wua, perbops, in about 0i year WO A. D. ud vru: roly tu to., . STORMES DRUG STORE. fL'r.xLjli tr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 20, 1919. $100. STAMPS SOON TO APPEAR But No One Can Buy More Than $1,000 Worth A Year. Knr the llrst time Wnr Savings of $100 Stamps In ilrtinminntlotis will soon lie Issued nml will lie nvnll- nhle tu the public upon the same terms nil the $5 W 8. 8 now on sale IK-c-i lit pout otflccs nml ngrnciea. Ion to Issue the new style of W. S. S. was reached to mnke more dimple the The ruling that purchase uf stamps, no one person ran have more, than $1,000 worth of Wnr Savings Stamps of one issue still hold. Stump or A $100 Wnr Saving Certlllcnte will cost IS'J.tHI, if put on nlc ilurins March, the price increasing reiitii each succeeding month, until the end of the jenr The new stnmps lire now on the press nml are nhnut the nine of a $100 lioiul of the Hourtli I.ihefty Iawi W.ue. Decision to isue thrm m reached by olfieinls of th Treasury Department ns the by investors in result nf found it W. S. S. who stated they irksome to mnnM a number of $5 tamp mill Attach them t.i err titicntes I'Uns nre also bring fnrmulntei!, Ill the Trrmiiry Department, for the issuance of n $1,0011 Stamp or Ccrtili cute in ronnei-tiowith invcu.nent Tin in W. S. S. by "limit" buyers. will $1,000 stamp eliminate the nrccMity of carryinic the ten Wnr Savings Certificates, each coiUmning twent) War Savinr Ktnnips The one hundred rtnd one thojsand dollar cert litotes will lie a lutrt of the n neteen nineteen series, and util nineteen-mneteeStamp can Im ec rrtantted for them. Shortly a certificate will he issued for which nineteen Stumps imj Ik- - ex 9 AA4AAMst4aUs. IffWtftfWW AUCTION SALE OF one. THE HIRED MAN By VINCENT C. PERRY. Our Clientele Grows Not Upon PROMISES 82 Acres ON Thursday, Afternoon, March 27th At two O'clock. County, Kentucky, miles i'rorn Stanford, miles from Hubble, on the Pike leading from the Stanford and Danville Pike to Hubble. IMPROVEMENTS:-- 2 story six room dwelling, 2 halls; 10xo2 stock and tobacco barn, and all necessary POSSESSION loth. In cultivation as follovs:-1- 4 acres of wheat, o acres of alfalfa, 10 acres of clover, 15 acres of sweet clover and timothy, 20 acres in blue grass, acres of clover sod to plow, 4 acres in orchard balance in grass and woodland. This is a dandy good little farm, well located in good neighborhood, d and will be sold without reserve, or limit. This farm belongs to W. C. Pettus and he having purchas- ed a larger farm, to which he moves on April loth, has agreed with me to sell this farm at auction and TURN IT LOOSE to the "High Dollar." Small farms are getting scarce and hard to buy, so don't miss this opportunity. This is a beautiful place to live and a desirable home and good land. Mr. Pettus or the undersigned will show the farm at any time b efore sale. If you don't look at it before the 27th, come to the farm in the forenoon and look it over before the sale begins. LOCATIONt-Linco- ln 1 2 out-buildin- gs 1 by-bi- ' charge.' WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Almost any man will tell you j j j that Sloan's Liniment nn-.ins relief Tor practically every nvm hat used It lio lus sultrrcil (rum rheumatic aches, soreness if muscles, stillness of Joints, the results of w cither exposure. Women, too, by the hundreds of thousands, use it for relieving neuritis, lime lacks, ncuralKu, sick TicjiIkIic. Clean, rcf resiling, soot hingt economical, CUicLly iftVctiiz. Say "loan's l.ini. drugs, 't. 'it today. lacst to Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man. 2 3 V. I'J. .MOSS, Adv. Manager. ' Lancaster, Ivy. iaa If lllnc Optimistic l,ui lia .f . hna Its 1." Ins;- -. It l ii ally Thought iieeensnry Hull I" v r i lirnr i nld l n man of ; Oerro, Speed. Turn Abol Willi ten pairs of revolving dlks n our Sl..r 1 nil Ji un Htatle electric miiihlne iuk heon !uttt Kitiunn, hat l urcl worthy ' .'E.D,Oij v-nut. i in which he carrliB the tiiiilU on In I'arN that Inn .1 . olta tietucell Un tell. on Sunday, weekdays mid the Ilflttnit Transcript. A Ceorola Philosopher. We're nil Brent on tn)ln' "The ilev-ll'- a to niy." un' never pnjln' him. A Petrarch and Laura. Pctrnrili'a romance with Ijiura la feller wouldn't hale to walk across the si ret t to kettle ullh him, ua he's one of the curiosities of literature, lie first law her on Cuod l'rldny, April nlwnya rloe ilioiiull to Rlie Hi n dlK 0, i:t7. Whether or not lili devotion In tin rlhc tir tint ll ml tin linrk nil' to lir, which Inoplreil nil hN lorn tell u we're the llnet he eer mailel lKtry mid "i t a standard for ages to Atlanta ('oustltution. come, una Inspired I') any purslon of the heart la llrmly disputed, In fuet many believe that I'etrureli mid l.auni never met. That she nppenrid tu him, lion ever, lis the rfect woman no one ran deny after rending his Impassion-i- d lines. Christian Sduicr Monltur. The Lecal Way. Aid In "WhatN the matter with that law-jeri- " It N n cikhI prniilee fi r penile to "liiihr "Why ih- -s lie keep teake ti practice of dolus aw il n ir iiIhiiu the learniHl Judcl" j every ilnv for their development, thet "That'a the only iwi) you run take a jllej itoii't unlit to do. mid then to slum at a Judze." ' iii'iiv memem" ro rj ii.ij- - MMaeiiiin T!)! linulil not he for u Mailt. i' hut a life work, i ''.n. a week or ii jenr Chinese and Telephones. Hint the aieraee ' In tio other way can u Man heroine In spite of the fuel f. Pr. J. II. Telden. Chlnee In fond of ulns Hie telephone, iiter of Idmv-lit lias heen found dlllKUlt to uliluln enoui:li huliserlhers to kupimrt local Proper Care of Cellar. Iluc3 In that rouutry. Cellars will nrniilre u musty odor nfler Ileitis rloM'd fur some time. To remove ilnmpmvs ns well ns to (UninHeight of Clouds. (Tnuilo are very arlahle In helcht fect the eellur, sprinkle chloride of from MO to '.'.(lOiJ trvt. The cloudt III lime on the floor and clo.e up the cellar fur a few days. Then open the tliiiiiderstorn.H may he very deei window h and let In the air until the from tvvo to live miles mid inon 1kiii. th.a imii.'firiiMi mi tu illht.nii.it chloride of lime odor disappears and Is very deceptive. Cumulus clouds jour cellar win vv ie.iu iui eioiuib vesetnliles. lire Intermediate. To our clitsts everywhere we recemmand Immtdiste purchase of Wyoming-Kentuck- A Rare Bird THE 1919 BUICK SIX Price i y Petroleum Shares AT MARKET PRICE 17 jc per chare set We helleie ltd to he the moat ACIIVK, I'ltniiltllSSIVH and l!i:ST MAA(ii:i Company In the Stale. We predict n STI:aI1V and SUHSTA.V-TIA1- . IIISi: in the market value of tlii'M' shares and advise thut you ACT AT li.NCll Wo ran tniy for you $ 100 shares for " S7.Nl " M l.CH Is extraordinary and excellent quality. Easy riding and made of that durable material for;whlch the Buick is famous. Welcan deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleased to demonstrate. " 17ft OH , prm Ided that you DO NOT We will have certificates $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory transferred on t'ompnn.v's hooka Issued III jour name and mnlled ri'Klttered to )on. If you are In or ektiihllshed ullli un, limine we ulll honor iour wlro or plume order. To liuy ntlierwite iheek must aceoinpany order. City 3178. Main l22. Give us a trial and be convinced. Kelley 2 Carter Company n Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. John 8. Ktllty, Jr., E. B. Cartir, Bldg. The lahur prohlem waa a srrloui IlUiichc Uremia n waa vvllllns to ndiiilt It. For over n week she hnd hetn trylns to ohtuln help for her fiilher'a farm hilt without success. A truck farm did not n quire more than one mini's ntlentlnn, hut It inli.-li- t Just as well have required ten. Ilhiliche did not want to have to wire her father to return from the rest the doctor had ordered 111 nt to take. He thoucht the farm was helns well taken care of. llmv was he to know that I lie man he hnd left In chnrse had snnc nvvay without even clvlus lil.inche notice? .She had manased to kep thlnss from solas to pieces for n week, hut her strensth would not hold out, she knew-- . A cirl freh from college rotildn't rousli It like an ordinary country slrl. The farm was u Irnhhy of her father's more than nn)thliis cle. .1 nxt the Mime, the country nteiled all the food the land could produce that je.ir, and Itlaiiclie wasn't e Rolns to let It so to Wute Jut her llvlns did not depend upon It. The drive from the city had slven her mi appetite. A sudden rravlns for hot hNcults took seslon of her. "Xovv, If there was only soineone to help mc eat them," sin murmured, regretfully, ns she viewed the finished products, set out in a row-- . smell goodl" "Whew, tho-.There Itlnnche turned quickly. stood a joiins man Inlinllns the aroma An iippllciint to her of the eooktmr. he knew- - It the miniiilverttemeut ute her eves llshted ujion him, mid lialeued to cur ml him. A plan had mcS'Mul lts"lf to her. "I'oiiie rlsht In," she Invited, n she threw- om-i- i the screen door that hei nrateil them. "Von nre Jut In time for supper." The youns man was arrayed In a llneu ituMcr from head to foot and wns dust hesmenreil, hut lilanclie didn't mind that. He looked Mrons and iihle to work; that Is what counted with her. "It won't take me a minute to Itoaeh a freh csz for you, and the. tea Is hrewlns now." The man wns too surprfseil to H'cnk. lilanclie waited until he llnMied the meal hefore she mi ntlonci the farm. ir "Aren't you glad you came to my ndvertlementV she snhl. "You'll really like It here, and the work is llcht. It ! merely sardenlns. jou know-- . Kven n city man could do that. The meals you will like, I am sun. They will nil he as nice ns this one many of them nicer. This was a nice meal, wasn't It?" "It certainly wn," he answered enthusiastically. That was nil the acceptance lilanclie required. It took two weeks to set the little farm hack Into Its orlirlnal shape. Tor n day or two the new man, who cave his name ns Clifford Towers, was rather awkward at the work, hut It did nut take him Ions to srow- Into the j way of It. "If jou ran find a weed In that garden or u spot that hasn't either heon hoed over, or hilled up, I'll work without wages," t'JIITiird said as he came In for supper two weeks from the day he had arrived. "It's Jut line," Itlaiiclie told hlin, gratefully. "1 helleve I could let jou j have u holiday." "I don't want one," he laughed. "I wouldn't inl- - one of Jour meals for go for n walk tothe world. night. You don't mind walking with the hired man, do jou?" "As If that would make any difference!" Itlnnche exclaimed, reproach-fully- . "We will go Just ns soon as we llnlsh supper." It was it pretty country, and they found many things of Interest on their walk. "Why, there Is nn automobile In among those trees u roadster!" Itlnnche cried, ns she pointed In the direction of n clump of hushes. "Sure enough It 1st" Clifford cried In turn. "Jump In," lie said, ns he started the engine. "We will go for A ride." "Ilut the owner " Itlnnche protested. After n long spin ho drove Into the gate nt Illanche's farm. "I'll get out, nnd you take It hack," lilanclie said uneasily. "What It the owner finds out?" "lie has found out now," Clifford smiled. "I inn tho owner." "You!" Itlaiiclie almost shrieked with surprise. "Yes, I was stalled out there two weeks ago and caum here for water. You employed me before I had a chanco to explain." She was speechless for a minute, but nt last gnsepd : "If you nro not ii farm hand, what nro jou?" "A lawyer," ho smiled quietly, her surprise to tho utmost. It was soma tlmo before Itlnnche was nblo to think clearly. "You will be going nvvay tonight," she said nt length. "Tho Joko has become tiresome to you." "I'm going to stay right here until jour father gets back. I wouldn't miss one of those meals for anything," he answered. "If you only would stay till futher gets hack, I'll do anything for you," Itlnnche said eagerly. "Will you promise to como hnck to tho city wllli mi to marry me?" "That's a dreadful price you set on your work," she smiled, but the accompanying blush gavo him hope. IGopyrlstit, u"' tn McClur N,,. etner ttyndlcstt.) Ilut Upon PERFORMANCE Wc are Pioneers in DRY CLEANING and DYEING In business since PROMPT O) 18.1G DELIVERIES. The Teasdale CINCINNATI, Co. OHIO. o 2 Ii2u.'327 Walnut Street. Our Gifts. the .Magi came glft, so do wt nNo heurglfts that rellevewnnt; glf's that nre sweet nml fragrant with friendship; sifts that breathe love; plftH that mean service; gifts Inspired Mill hy the star which shone over tho City of David two thousand jenrs ago. Kate Douglas WIcgln. A Plant Flowering Shrubs Now rinwerinc hmts mo v.ilu.iblt land-Bcimaterial. They are economical .ocauie they mnture rapidly. A pood collection will present the ari:ty of color throucaut prenteiU tne season both tn flower, foliage rr rs. We hae oer 100 v.i fciul rietiea iltd.'ribett In m.r catalogue, which will bo sent free on request. Phones Boh (Crescent 52 UiStMafhews Secret of Concentration. One reason for the remarkable pow. rs of concentration iK)3escd by ome Is the Intense love of their work. Into which they throw themselves with such nrdor ns to forget everything else nhout them. And this, after (6 all. Is the secret of nil succe-- v forget oneself In one's work nnd to become u part of that work Itself nnd n nchleve "forgetting nnd forgot" nf all nhout except the one task to v.hlih force, physical and mental, has been brought. Keep Well Do not allow the poisons of undigested food to accumulate in your bowels, where they are absorbed into your system. IndUesticn, constipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound to follow. Keep your system clean, as thousands of others do, by taking an occasional dose M of the old, reliable, ves- - Pi etaoie, lamiiy nver medi- C'ne- - Thedford'o Black-Draiig- hf an Jqy S$ Mrs. V. P. Pickle, ol Rising Pawn, da., writes: K" "We have used Thed- lord's Black-Urjujas a family medicine. Aty mother-in-l.- if could not take calomel as it seemed too strong for her, so she ht as a used mild laxative and liver repulator We use it in the family and behevo it is the best mcLi.i'io for (he liver nude." Try II. Insist on thu i.enulnc Tliedford's. 2j a package. ... The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Mch 20 1919. Gullies Worried Washington. Worn nm! gullied ficltl evidently Washington CTcntly for once nhen lie needed n new manager, he wrote that the ninn he must have should he, "above nil, Midns like, one who can convert everything he touches into manure, n the tlrt transmu-tntio- n toward cold; in n word, one who enn bring wornout nnd gullied lands into good tilth In the shortest time". A FAIR EXCHANGE By DOROTHY D. MUIR. II 11 " If 31 IE FORDSON A Reputation To Maintain. Ilcally and truly loyal Americans, and thank the Lord most of us are that, will not play Uncle Sam false In the hour of his greatest triumph. For say what you will America stands better before the world today than ever in all her history. America had n reputation to maintain when we entered the world war. We hail set the pace for the world in many ways. Particularly wc had laid up a store of wealth that won us a worldwide dislike. Generally speaking we were as a nation of money chasers. A nation of people who would suffer any insult rather than fight. Germany was more impressed with that Idea, possibly, than any of the other world powers. And tried to make the most of it. You all know what happened. The world now admits that Uncle Sam's entry into the war turned the scales in favor of the allies. That without his help they would have been Tt)3 Greatest Name in Goody-Lan- d " 'K. fy - v.s tiiim world nat -- Tf h $W m r- - in urally has to have a package worthy ths defeated. Every one of the early demands, due to the world war emergency, America met promptly nnd generously. of its contents. So look for . i? P. i it. WR9GLEYS in the seated packefe that keeps all of Its goodness io. That's why The Flavor Lasts! Man and tl.o Only nbout & animals are defiV lower ratio thau lower much We must keep our tos to the line of duty until the finish. Wc must lend to uncle Sam just so The World and Life. 'V world Is not n pla)ground; It long as he needs themoney. Victory-Libert- y We must prepare for the schoolroom. Life Is not a holiday, m education. Heury Druinmond. Loan. 0i Everything that was asked by our allies was granted fully and freely. Every sacrifice necessary was made gladly nnd without hesitation. Whether it was n call for personal service or financial sacrifice that demand never went unheeded. And the result was that once America's hosts had followed America's dollars to the fighting front the finish came like lightning out of n clear sky. We have that reputation still to maintain. I I I EVERYBODY KNOWS IUI AVZ'IN'HEAD MEANS BUKJC Revised Prices The assurance of material for quantity production of Buick cars enables the Buick Motor Company to establish the following prices on the various Buick models, effective January first, 1919. These prices will not be changed during our present dealers' selling agreements. Three Passenger Open Model Five Passengei Open Model Four Passenger Closed Model Five Passenger Closed Model Seven Passenger Open Model Seven Passenger Closed Model 46 47 49 $1495 - 1495 1985 - 2195 1785 2585 EINNAIED BROS, Agents. LANCASTER, KY. It has never been ipilte decided whether Hub was wakeful that tit tit t nr whether the burglar, ticlng uu burglar, made too much nole, but evcrjhody does agree that though the burglary. Itself, as unsuccessful, the affair turned nut In n ny Hint pleased till concerned, and, much better, to be sure, than had been expected. The whole thing begun nhen Hub auoke with an awful start to discover that there was sureNow ly n burglar In bis apartment. I '.i ill, hating Ida own Ideas on the management of burglars, soon bad Ids wry bright, hitherto unused, nnd, he feared, uulonded revolver, cocked before him, and sIihmI ready to draw the curtains separating his numi from the Mnnll living room adjoining It. "tilad )nu seem to beelijnjlng jour-self- ." This from ltob, as he stood, tin between rather dramatically, drawn portieres, the revolver leveled at the Intruder. "Oil f A very startled and almost feminine etrlninatloti from the burglar. "Ah!" A very ndinlrlng nnd extremely amazed exclamation from Hob, as the burglar, or perhaps we thnuld say hurglaress, faced him. Hob knew bow to manage some species of burglar, or thought he did, but this particular specimen battled liliu. '1'leaso, I'm sorry t" She raised n an extremely pathetic face to hi pretty face, with very large brown eyes, and very red Hps. For a moment the lips trembled and strange to my It seemed as though "she was struggling to suppress laughter nit lift than tears. ." concluded Hub, though It was hard to explain the ndil twinkle be felt sure be could detest In which her ejes, "I'lea-itllce," don't send for the he said. "Oh, ilon't explain. I think I understand JuU were poor nnd dNcour-Hgei- l, and tempted." 1 I "Yes! that was the reasun. was so poor and tired. Hut now will inn let mo goj" ' Of course. In a moment, but won't ou let mi- - be .if assNtance to you?" lie dKippcariil Into Ids room, ami when be returned held out to her n bill of as large a denomination ns he hail felt he eoub! nfford. "I'leae nreept It, and try tint to steal again." lie felt that be was bundling the situation admirably, lie sissed no great amount of wealth, but what he did hate he would ue to help the unfortunate, and, Incldeiitully, the beautiful. "Thnuk Jou," replied the fair after n brief moment of hesitation, and she took the proffered gift. "Von are very goo " The sentence was left unfinished ns she hurled lo r head In her arms. thought "Absolutely overcome," Hob, with much sympathy. Some time later, when she seemed to hate recovered nnd had promised to lend it worthier life, he led her to the door, and sent her away, then returned to his disturbed slumber, Inuardl) regretting that a girl, with mh a lively face, should be n mere thief of the slums. All that night, and all the next day be thought of her. He was disgusted with himself fur not getting her address and managing to see more of her If only to be of pencunlar) assistance and then the unexpected happened. A letter came from Hell)'. Hetty was Hub's sister, who lived some distance nway with the rest of his family, but who was In the same town, with friends, at the present time, on ii vNlt. As he opened the envelop, n rattier rrumpliil greenback nattered out of It and as It wus n bill of the Mime amount that he had made a gift of the night before, he hastened to read sister Hetty's letter for ail explanation. I'ear Hobble It run, I nm returning the Inclosed, wllli much praise fur jour genero-lt- y nnd many thanks from my friend, Margaret Allan, u perfect dream of u girl, whose acquaintance you hnve made under strange circumstances. They have a perfiftly delightful club hut here ami lust night they Initiated Murgnret (I suggested the Inltlutlon ns )ou probably suspect, for you remember I bad u key to your and that's why she apartments) pin eil burglar, Hobble, dear. 1 "Hope Jim won't be cross! was a good sport, anyway, for thing to do! And she It wns a during carried It off tine, even If you did ills-cit her. I will tell you that she was very fuvorubly Impressed, If you won't get too conceited, mid, of course, I run urrnuge n meeting If you wish. Hut oh, lloliby, what will happen to you If I Introduce you to Margaret! Love, from Hetty," It hardly needs to be said that, at Ida eager request, Hetty soon arranged for the meet'ng, nnd Margaret, with her Irresistible smile, and altogether churmlng manner, wus even more wonderful than bo had pictured alio would be. ripened Into The licijualntanco friendship, and the friendship grew deeper and stronger, until one day Bob said, very tenderly, to Margaret: "Don't pretend you're a lady, Mar for you're only a little burglar after all. Margaret, dear, do you you have stolen my heart?" know Hut Margaret, 'her eyes beaming "Oh, no. with love light, anawered: Hobble, dear. I have not atolen your heart. It li only a fair exchange," (Copyright, t, by the McClura Newe-p- ir Syndicate.) We have for immediate delivery two FORDSON TRACTORS with two gang OLIVER PLOWS. Will make special prices on these TRACTORS if sold in thirty days. The Danville Buick Go L. B. U Walnut St. CONN, Proprietor. Phone 798. Danville, Ky II JZ3IZZ3ZZDC3C Be It Ever So Humble The heart K"c out on leaden wings In hopeless longing. The t'iit-iiheat of impeiit love feers the tllplrlted soul. The mind' eye narrows Its concent rated energy on n single spot, Atigulh. sweetly hitter, lows the beat of it downcast heart. A veil pases over the world nnd ngnln Is gone. Such Is homeslrkiiess. Milwaukee A lliiiigor ICZZ3C Journal. Served Him Right. ncwspuer man, bringing garden at llamlen a lot of from his was In nn old suitcase, luitatooK Mupped by ii deputy slur I IT, who Insisted that he should I pen the stilt-cuWhen he did mi nil the tmtA-toe- s rolled out nil the sidewalk, The crowd made the unwilling deputy pick all ti e iHitatoes up nnd pack them In again. Draw A Check (note for (lit iiiniu'y jotKivr nnil how ttltii'li more j our iTi'illtors Tlivy like to do Iiiimiiuss with ii niiiti who linn mi account at the you Girrard Bank & Trait Co They know he is doinjr business in a hush-estike si), lletter open such an account even it jour allairs are not large, Thrv will grow nil right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Crude Tools, Artistic Work. Otep Stuff. The natives of Torres stralta, Ijitiil.m Answers till the story of n Queensland, make numerous ornaiiinslml undent who. one night at ments out of tortoise and pearl shells. k'luvn's Hull, slithered up to n coupl I lair roinbs, earrings, finger lings, nf profeor In the hoe chain nnd brooches made nf tortolso hearing sumo burned eonterntlo,i. shell and Inlaid with mother-of-pear- l "Ten cents earh." one uf the professare given an nrtltle finish. And often , or-- was "and not tve-the only tool used Is a knife or a piece of broken glass. I W.W aW ' HKHl GOLDEN EMERALD $10.00 TO INSURE A 6527 COLT. This splendid hrcd naddii! home will make the season at my place two miles from Lancaster on the Huckeye pike at LIVING Kmerald Kins is by Golden Kinn, dam Ktneraltl Queen by Kmerald Chief. His breuiliitK runs back to Ilourbon Chief If nrriunti fMttf mi lintVi lilu jlnm mill OIILi) DlllU, mill 11.. t.. t ulfn'u ut,l., ...... ....Ua vinvt 'va.a nasi i 1U IH 1 liands hitfh, n rich sorrel and will weijjh about 1300 pounds. ) 1 old Jnck, At the same time anil place I will stand my fine four year CALDWELL At $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. This Jack ia 15-- 2 hands high, black with white points, good bone and body. A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. If mare is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will try to prevent all accidents,but will not be responsible should any occur. This well bred Jack is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by Dr. McCord and he by Gov. Wood :I3. Caldwell's dam is by Tom Keeno he by Rube HillinKton. Clarence Beazley, R. F. D. No. 3, Uncaater, Ky. stoqti GOOD BUILDINGS FOR SHEEP Should Oe Dry, Well Drained, Ventilated and Furnish Ample Spaca lor the Flock. mi ni ot .Kri. ull.irr i fur pirmiiiniit lial It II titrx fur fliiip should first nf nil ! dry iiml will ilrnlniil, Aniili yard spiiii' Hint l nvnll-nlil- c ilry nnil IiiIIitikI hiuld niljiiitnt in l!n innlii Imrii nr A mutliirn shipi- - with windy shed. hilly Mitl'fiiitnry for tlil mil Is VtAJKtM .............. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 20, 1919. Test Children with Milk I We have only a few .Milwaukee has tcstail the value of milk upon the pupil who ilo not Ret In their homes. It A very mnrkeil Improvement, both physical nml tnl, ws noted. r I 1 r- wn.i-iT- .i M. S. BEMIS TOBACCO PLANTERS Women Did Farm Work HATFIELD The wnr never came close enough DENTIST to the American farmer to force his Office oyer The Gnrrard Dank wife anil daughterx into the fields. Phones Office C. HrtiJenc 376. In Knglaml over 300,000 women LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. were worklnc In the fiehls to proilucc fooil for the men who bore arms on tho front. Prepared Tlie l.jr the t'nltnl n iln t'rpnrt. Hi" Boy Makes Record. When the breeders of Duroc Iiors sent their stock to the Mt "Uouml-up J.J. Byrne ptiriHiw On mit fnniH It will he ii.him-Inciintn h.iNf the tnill.llliH nnil ynnN rnlly i from itn- - regular pasture nr frnm llilili nnil tn grow fnriici' rriip for iitiiinrr punttiri'. A tin" Hik'K riipiln 'nttnilliiii many timet) tlnlly iltirltiB mrt nf tin jinr. f In relation In tlm fnrm l lllnc and tn other InilMIng will i (Tift nil Miiiiimiy nf time In the perfnrniiiiiri nf rtmllni Inlmr. Sinn slurp i!n nut riiitiln1 ipinrter that are "iK'rlrilly wnrm, n liik'le nnil nnllnnrlly Itinire- will Milllrlent nrmtli. If Intnl. nn dropped III very cnld weather, ii trinMnir) rmrrlin; mer tin' liiinlilne pnnrW will prmldi' warmth, nr 11 small spurn run In pnr tltloncd nfT In which In Li'ip ii few iw until their Jnmln lieciime strung. Shrub nnil priitiTtlnti fmui lii'iit nr' Jiecullnrly fur Mirep, Slmite rnniint iilwnyi he furnished In pnv Hire, mid hiilMlug tluit lire "ill and mnitnirteit so ni tn render often pn thrin nml In Miininrr ililn eniilrr ininfnrt tn tin- - rhi'i p during Imt ilnj thnn mdil be illilt for them nut nf ilmir. Iirjiii'"" nml freedom from ilnift are Sheep miinnt most lintmrtnnt. tl.rte In ipurtim Hint are lump In fart, I hi' flnrk slmuM li ir dark. Alum-liini- v hut In imly iturlnc stnrm. if light In nil pnrtH nf the building nml nt nil time Ii iiiTeiiry tint only fur tlm health nf the hi'p. lint mmciileiire nf tin- - slieplii nl In raring fur them. One upturn fimt nf window fur inrh at Mpinre feet nf llnnr span ! nece!nry. Wltulnus shiuiM good Ik placed nt n height tn liiure illKtrlliulli'ii nf llKht, nml pnrtlrulnrly dlreet sunlight fur tin lambing pi'iio iliirlni; tin pcrlm! tin rwrfl nrt IhiiiIm Inc. rnm rnnfiniini'nt In jmorly veil- tllntiil h ih Ik iry Injiirlnus tn liniil Live Stock ."ale" of the Kentucky Association at Louisville last month, DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. they iliil not expect a boy to sell the Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. highest priced Duroc put up. That Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. exactly what did happen for Scok-(ra- n ii Jones, who is only 18 years old, h told one of his sows for the price. It is also interesting to notice in this connection that Scoggnn learnDIRECTOR' ed the breeding pme while he ni a member of the Hoy's Tig Club for the Ofllre Over National Hank. rnst four years. Itesidcnce t'heme X OHlce Phone 27 LANCASTER KY. my upiomeinsi. Exclusive J. A. Beazlev Bank To Exhibit Pig. (J ' m ws $yi3 vvi tit"' ' 2 fr left and CANNOT GET MORE. are going very fast. Come at once if you want one. They W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Hanks in farming districts have been helping boys and girls buy pure-aa- t bred poultry, hogs and cattle for They have seen, the value rometime. of such work to the general prosper-- I ity of the communities in which they "ETontuokT do business. The light ii now be- -' Pamt Lick, ginning to break upon the banks that do business in our larger cities. County Agent, J. T, Taylor of JctTer-so- n county, writes as follows: VETERINARIAN. "spent part of today with John K. Huhn, Vice President of the Liberty Call. Aniwercd Day or Promptly Insurance Bank of Louisville going rlione 317. Nlcht. over plan of boys' and girls' pig club KENTUCKY. and how the bank can cooperate in LANCASTER promoting this form of work. This is one of the city's largest banks and T it has agreed on a two-yeier cent note to any boy or girl in Jefferson County for the purchase of n Fine Cut Flowers. registered gilt. The bank will also award n silver trophy to the sweepstake winner of the respective class John tfi. (VIcRoberts. breeds provided 5 or more of a respective breed is exhibited at the JefB. ferson County Fair. These trophies will be awarded at the State Fair and the prim winning pig placed on exhibition in the lobby of the bank." STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Or. Printus Walker Honaker Auctioneer. J. DINWiDDIE, ATTEND THE BIG TRACTOR DEMONSTRATION Government Sheep Shed at Delttvllle Farm. Inc oivm, Wlilli tlioy flmulil FiMnm in In' fliut lllilnnri. ii imrt nf tlm thick ut nlcht. At liuiih- umiully Hi- - l.' I riur nml iliirlni: Unrinn iliMirn In. ill. I In" rliiKnl. nr ufli tliiH'i It In inTt'iviry tn prn1il inrnin nf M'ciirln; fri'fh ulr In n M'ry nlthniit rri'iitlns ilrnfm. ltli iiuiiii'niui ilimrn larsn IiuIMIiib mid uliiilnUH It Ih ufti'ii ii.Hlnil.li' tn liulhl mil' nr tun p.irlltlnii frnm Ihrnr tn ivlllin; tn pri'rt'iit ilnifli. Pre Ii nlr inn ho iiiluilltitl thrniich muslin-rri'iifwliiilnwt npi'iii'il nil tlm nlih iipIMilt tn Hint from ulilrli tin win. I Ii lilimlln; ulthnilt niiisliic ilr:i(U If nil nthcr hhli's nf thu liulhlltn; lire tlchlly ilnMil. I.cmI nml wi'll ilrnlni'il flnnr nro nitNfm'tnry nml Shi'i p ick tlm mirfui'i' wry firmly, nml If thrrn Is prnwr ilriilnnsi' the niily iilijivllnii tn IhU llnnr Ii Hint Cnn-rri't- i' It ilm'i imt I'si'lmln nit". tlnnr fur ulli'jn nml fii'il rnniin lll Kililoin ln Imt urn niTi'iniiiry, rnltitl fnr III I In' p'tl. Tlm main fi'iiliin-- i tn In- - pmvliliil In Hie tliuir plmi urn ml ill mum nf wiintn enini'iil.'iKV nnil i'iin In fwil-In- c n nml In rli'iuilnc tlm prim, iiml of tlm nml of iiinvlni; nr IVn pnrlltlnni tlm (.liit-p- . lly usliii; fml lii.iil.l In- - mmal.li'. riirku tn timkn divisions In tlm pin pnro tlm Kjn nf llio pi'HH rill I"' n ni'i'Oi'il, nnil In kihtIiiI i'iikcs Urn rucU mil Im ri'inoM'il tn prrinlt thn tisi nf tlm cpneo fnr nthor tock. LIVE STOCK GAINING FAVOR Will Wilson Run Again? Certain remarks made by President Wilson, at a luncheon given at the White House to members of the Deni GIVE ME A TIUAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER To be held on the Norwood place, two miles from LEXINGTON on Newtown Pike Friday and Saturday, March 21st22nd The time hits come when Motor farminj; i.s a necessity when more progressive methods of farniitiK must be adopted. All day Friday and Saturday, Mnrch 2 1st and 22nd, a Tractor demonstration will be staged on the Norwood place, two miles from Lexington, on the Newtown pike. Here will be shown, by actual practical demonstrations, the many benefits to be derived from the T ractor way of farming. Here also you may witness actual operation the world's live leading Tractors.. F.ach of the firms taking part in this demonstration will erect a tent under which will be displayed the various Tractor attachments.. It is a proven fact that Motor Farming means better farming and bigger yields at a minimum cost of production. This is a fact that the farmers of Central Kentucky must learn, so we urge you to come and learn just what Motor Farming means. This is to be an event of vast importance, so come early and arrange to spend thellay. Plenty to tyit, including Ilurgoo made by "Dud" Lawrence has been arranged for. however, unless such a intimations are promptly followed by regarding the n definite declaration matter, many politicians will be in as clined to consider the incident merely a feeler thrown out to test the sentiment of the people. The President lias demontrated, on numerous occasions, and notably in connection with his trip to Kuropc, that he is not inclined to let n mere matter of precedent interfere witli tho performance of what he believes to be his duty; consequently, if he does not run again, it will evidently not be simply because of any scruples against breaking the third term ocratic National Committee on Feb DENTIST ruary 2Sth, conveyed the impression ' KENTUCKY. to the guests that he will not run in LANCASTER, 1020, but will devote his time, after OtHce oer StorniHs Drug Store. .March 4, 1921, to writing history. p.m. a.m. It may well be that these remarks Hours of the President are due to a firm de termination on his part not to accept NOTICE 1 7:30-9p- 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. Three Hundred Miles H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons LEXINGTON, KY. An Hour By Airplane. A recent Paris dispatch announces the invention by a Trench engineer, Auu'liste Ratenu, of a new airplane device which is said to insure n speed of from two hundred to three hundred miles an hour. This invention was beiiiK perfected as a surprise for the Germans when the fightim; stopped on November 11, 1918. It is claimed that an airplane equipped 'with this new device will be able to travel more rapidly in IiIkIi altitudes I than in the denser air near the earth, iwheiear, without this invention tho higher an airplane flies the less power its rm;ir.e develops on account of tho rurlfylnR of the air; the loss of power at an nltitude of 15,000 feet, for instance, being approximately SO per cent. ' This new device Is said to bo ex- ! trcmelv simple. It consists of an ar rangement by which the exhaust from the engine works a small' turbine which compresses the air drawn into the engine at normal pressure, thus making it possible for the engine to develop full power at any altitude. And, since the air resistance to the flight of nil airplane at high altitudes is much less than when flying near the earth, a plane fitted with the new device will be able, it is claimed, to attain much greater speed than has heretofore been possible. JOHN WHITE fc CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Liberal assortment and full vsliW) jMcSsRix 3! PW -- BOOKKEEPING BujInest.Phonoanphy TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY ta ratrrntU Iti i'rMi1nl bualDFM, ftlsorsfwrlmr ltirt!naT bit rrtriof 40 yr tod bftaklM nr1 wurnr'ii fnr iMTtv VafKntcr now. muni mn UdnHWllsHVU Ha Tractor Dealers in Lexington Moline Tractors Motor Products Service Company. Incorporate KlTU.lftlasliM..ll.r. Farmer Who Doea Not Ralae Anlmali to Supplement Cropa Loiea Soli Fertility. Lexington Cadillac Incorporated Wallis Tractors Company. i nml tnnrn Ih tho li'inlrnoj; llvinlock rnlnlni; tn nuppU'incnt crowlnu In si'imrnl fannliiK. Thn fimurr who ruin's crops, micli n corn, cotton, mrchum, liny, etc., Willi-nu- t these priMlurtu nnlnuiN nml must sell tlm fertility rnntltmnta nt uhnli'iili nml luy mrnt, milk, liutli-r-, flour, iiii'iil, fir-- , nt rcliill, pnying the hlth rust nf luiullni: Imth ways nml ili'ulcra' prullls. Anlninl rulslng snf fertility iiml tho Willi "nut of liuullni,'. It la worth while. Mnr Fordson Tractors Commercial Auto Company. Incorporated Case Tractors Blue Grass Auto Company. Incorporated Cleveland Tractors Phoenix Motor Car Co. Incorporated ( The undersigned hereby give warn- all persons not to trespass upon tur land; for any purpose whatever Is we will prosccuto oil offenders to Iho fullest extent ot the law. Hunt-er- a and fishermen especially take notice. Sirs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Elkin, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. U Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Ilackley, Mr. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. 8. C. liigsby. D. M. Anderson. Vig to It. L. POSTED Barker The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 20 1919. LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Hklioii , ' Sale 19 BASTIN CUNN'S BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. CHAPEL. Mrs. I.ouis McCulley is 111. Mr. J. I. Isbell who lias been quite ill is improving. Mr. I.ucas Foster and little daughter AJa Mac, have been ill. Mrs. I.oic Noel fold some corn to Hiatt Gill at $8 per barrel. Mr. Andrew Stotts was a guest of Mr. Harvey Teater Sunday. Mrs. II. M. Kurtz spent Wedncs-da- y with Mrs. Sidney Smith. J. W. the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land is ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dailey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Teater were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stotts. Masters Noel nnd Clay McCulley Teater, were with Master Edward Sunday, U'rrparM hy the t'nltnl Hutcs Depart, rnnt of AiirlriiUure.) 1. Don't keep sheep on wet Intnl. ". Uon't feed moldy or spoiled hay, nsits, silage or grain. !!. Hon't forget to kep salt and fresh water before the sIhs'P. I. I'on't neglect the sheep In winter. Keep them III good condition. o. llon't forget tn tug the ewes beI ' " fore breeding mill lambing time. (i. lon't forget exercising the bred ew e. 7. Pon't let the lamb go tixi long without sucking. 8. Don't neglect to feed the lutnli Miss Bemlcc Teater spent several snilu as soon us It starts eating. !'. Pon't let parasites kill jour Iniiili days the past week with Mrs. Hughey Moberley. Messrs H. M. Kurtz, Harvey Tea-- , .er nml Talton May attended Court at N'icholasville, Monday. Mr. Lucas Foster sold some corn to Mr. Clarence McCulley at $7.75, A calf and n hog to Mr. Wm. lsbell at SL'G.no each. Mrs. Harvey Teater and Misses liernice and Uessie Teater spent the day with Mrs. Teater's brothers, Messrs John and Tom Matt Chandler Tuesday. Mr. V A Lear purchased some hogs of Mr. Klbcrt Teater at 17 cents. ' Mr. Lear also purchased a number of hogs from Messrs II. M, Kurtz, Tal- Interest Young People in Sheep ton May, Harvey Teater and others. Raising. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tenter, and for lack of some fresh green pasture. 111. lion't little son Wellby, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh until shear Jour ewe Moberley and little daughter, Mr. Wiinn weather comes. c 11. IWt lie jour llceccs with nnd Mr. Talton May and children but wool or paper twine. John Land were in Lexington, s U any "lues-tlonl'J. Kon't hesitate to of the county agent, or write to at of agriculture the department Washington. I). 0. 1 DWELLING g BUILDING LOTS In Hustonville, Ky. Wednesday, March 26th, At two O'clock. pyryv' v'JC-- .Crvs As agent for A. M. Frye, on the above date I will sell to the highest bidder his two story five room, metal roof, dwelling, two porches and two halls, and about six acres of land. ALSO FOUR OR FIVE BUILDING LOTS ON MAIN ST., OF HUSTONVILLE. Here is a chance to buy a splendid property in a dandy little town with first class schools, churches, two Banks and in the midst of clever and hospitable people. This will be an absolute sale as Mr. Frye has made arrangements to live with his son. At the same time will sell ONE EXTRA NICE JERSEY COW and a lot of household and kitchen furniture, consisting in part of three sets of furniture, 12 rocking chairs, large wardrobe, several rugs, refrigerator, heating stove, range, tables and a lot of other things too numerous to mention. This is an absolute sale, don't fail to attend. g U EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. I am ready to do your typewriting. 1 take shorthand dictation and can come to your office any evening or after banking hours. Otficeat Gulley House, phone 166. My rates are reasonable and will appreciate Yourjssrvices. FINISH ANIMALS FOR MARKET Horses, Cattle and Some Classes of Sheep Can Be Fed Quantities of Roughage. Animals being fattened lor market animals during the llrt jear of Inti'l growth should not b exiectel E. consume large quantities of cheap roughage, but horses, cattle ami muni" classes of sheei that aro being cn through the winter run be fel I rled rarrjlng apprecluble quantities I rations of cheaper roughage, provided they vain pursuit. are properly supplemented with nltrog. I HUGH MOBLEY. "So Mblltx U deodl" "Yes." "Did i cnous feeds of the right sort, such us 71 leguminous hajs or Unseed ur cot- 'he leaw any pro(erty?" "Nothing to Upeuk of. Niblltt was the kind of man ii tonseed meal. who had an Iden that fortune wan alcorner." "Hut PROPER WAY TO FEED SHEEP ways Just around the In overtaking he neer succeeded Spasmodic Sermon. IntecU and Fore it Fires. Many a man finds himself in deep Insects cause the destruction of During Stormy Weather Feed Them herl" "No. He bus either mistaken In the locution of the corner or he more timber that would otherwise be water before he gets In the swim. In Shed In Long Manger Conlingered In.thc mldillB of the block unavailable for building purposes than structed for That Purpose. til fortune motiil on to some other cordo forest fires, according to luvestlga-tlor.- s The Name Rose. ner." Illrmlngham made by the bureau of entomolname "roe" varies only slight.' Never feed straw and hay to the The ly among different nntlons. The Ro- ogy ut Washington. People's Home sheep by throwing It down In heaps mans called It rosa a form adhered Journal. on the ground, hut have n long rack to In Italian, Portuguese, Spanish und for the purpose; and when It Is stormy do not allow them to stay out, In Polish It Is roza; In Itussiaii. Plant Changes. In Swedish, ros, and Id Dutch, roos; but feed them Inside the shed In a Some remarkable variations In plant long munger made for the purpose. French, German and Danish, rose. structure and color from exposure to the sun ut different hours of the day Plzarro'a Famous Voyage. huve been brought to the notice of MMMMMMItlMiMM December "S Is the anniversary of the Itojul Microscopical Society of LIVE STOCK NOTES the fifth start of l'Iznrro. In 13.10, from Kngluw! by Col. It. II. Ituwson. In Paoaina for Peru. The daring oyn-ge- r Doners of the common nasturtium sVH refused to give up his dream ot trepaeoulmn Inajiis the low sun of the A tnblespoonful of blood meal mixed finding gold In the Andean kingdom. , early morning developisl yellow colwith n little milk Is very good for a The success of his enterprise from a oring matter, the middle sun of midmoney standpoint astounded the world day stimulated tho'vlolets, blues und calf that has diarrhea or other dices. ' It Is highly und resulted In the conquest of the purples. The color of the foliage und tile disturbance. for a weak calf. Km). Iucas. loblng of the leaves also changed. , I Swinebroad, THE REAL ESTATE MAIN. MOSS, Adv. Manager. Unwise Giving. It Is a tery ensy thing In tos copper to n beggar on the street ; It li generally an raster thing than not to do It. Vet line l Just us often In the withholding. We purchase relief from the sympathetic feel logs roused by the spectacle of misery, at a copt-r'too cheap for cost. It l too chea us, mill often loo diar for the heggnr. If we really lined him we would either do more for him, or less. Henry Drummoml. W. LANCASTER, KY. iii im if DCZ3G I and Hobble were cousins, and although ery fond uf each other, did not ulwuya agree. One day Hobble' Diother entered the room where the lit-ti- e ones were playing, and wis Immediately appealed to by her son. "Mamma, mayn't Stevle tell me my faults?" "What do you want Stevle to tell jour faults fori" askisl llol.Mc'a mother In astonishment. "So that I ran tell Hte-l-e his," wus the unexpected riply. Stole Tit for Tat. t Do you want n uarr GIVE THE BEFORE YOU BUY, BE SURE TO 00100 -AT SALE FARM, LEXINGTON, KY. The keeping III repair of wire fences Is necessary on the stock farm und mi the wire Mrctiher Is a handy tool, both hi repairing and building new fences. , When oats cost no more than half is much us corn the sulne dMsJoii of the University of Illinois recoiu- mends they can be fed profitably to hogs. Hogs nro very sensitive to wind Mid colli nt night und will suffer Just MAYRELD FRIDAY, MARCH 50--HEAD--- SO 21st, as much us a cow or horse In cold open houses. Tho best results from feeding hklm milk to pigs ii ro obtained when about three pounds of It nro fed for cuch pound of grain. EVERY ANIMAL REGISTERED. 10 HIjjh Cluss younjr herd boars, great individuals and carrying the best and most popular blood of the Duroc breed. 40 Excellent and well developed younjr sows, to farrow Slluge-fe- I cattle shed their coats during April and early May, bred to our three famous, prize better In the spring und gain quicker winning herd boars; and faster than those fed dry rough-ugTHE CRIMPER ULTIMUS SKY PITOT Even though you aru not in the immediate market for Clover Is an Meal forngo for pigs, any of this stock we will deem it a pleasure to have you here aa particularly the young growth comour guest on sale day so that we may get acquainted with you ing on after the wheat Is harvested. and show you our herd of high class Durocs and our Ensilage Is good stuff to' have, hut breeding plant. feed. Home hay Lunch at farm at 12 o'clock. Sale starts promptly at It is anot an gruln should go with It. and bit uf 1 o'clock. Remember the date, March 21, and come. Calves will nibble at hay when they aru not more than a week old. , ... ... ... ... ... . I ' Dodge Car THE ONCE OVER. 8 We can demonstrate one for you any' day. ' Every "DODGE" owner is a well pleased owner KINNAIRD BROS., Agents. MAY FIELD FARM C 2 J. A. SERPELL, Proprietor. miles from Lexington on Russell Cave Pike. Cleanliness Is quite essential for tha calf Indoors. Plenty the calf. of bedding I LANCASTER, KY. needed for The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 20, 1919. High Hopes and Their Realization Without high hopes, and lofty ideals the world would never have known electric light, the automobile or the aeroplane. Unless a retailer aims high he will travel only with the crowd. We have certain definite ideals in building and developing our business, which is one of the reasons we are carrying such a varied and large assortment of SPRING MERCHANDISE. Every Department in our store is replete with the high class merchandise so in demand by those who recognize quality. Apparel, Shoes, Corsets, Before making your spring purchases in Womens Ready-to-wePiece Goods, Carpets and Novelty Notions, we invite your inspection. ar The Joseph Mercantile Go House of Quality The One Price Store. 'r" "'rKI' r mi Manure Spreader. Pitless Scales, 24 Disc! rooms over the Kcx Garage. u"i !" grass seeder -- Cheap if taken ot once. Hon. Ashby Warren, of Stanford and Louisville, vvns here on business Turning plows, $12.00. H. S. Plows and for the L and N this week. Cattle Here Monday. Oliver Riding nni! Walking Plow. John Deere Disc nnd Smoothing Marrow. American National Fence at Reduced Price while it lasti. Dccring Wagon and old Buggy cheap. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. PAINT! Mr W PAINT! PAINT! Can save you money. visiting his Motoric, m Get our prices on House Paint. (Gossip About People A 0 Daw. is 'daughter. Mrs W T I Camphcllsville. Going, l!rll Mention ol Iht Comtajl nd liylhou Vu Aft tntirutid In. Mr Walter lLimmark, of llender-snntillN C, was a guest in the city f'jr a few days this wek. Messrs Theo Currey and Robert for Mississippi Henry left Sunday where they will sikihI several days on business. Miss Norma Hums Montgomery guest of was the attractive week-enher siter, Mrs. S. I. Walker, on I'oor Itidgo Pike. who has been ill for n few days, has entirely recovered much to the gratification of her many friends. Miss Jinnie Mrs. Kllen Owsley. Mrs. W. II. Mason, Miss Sue Shelby Mason and in Mrs. W 1!. Cook were visitors Lexington this week. Mini Alia- - Dunn spent the weekend In Mrs James Hatcher was a visitor In Lexington, Saturday. Mrs vtitor Rella Arnold Francis win a m Lexington Monday. Hon. Clay Kaufman f Covington, spent the week mil in Dincnster. .Mr. Henry Snnwon, of Lexington, has been a recent visitor in Uincastvr the gut'ft of lilt parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Piimphrcy left Thursday for a few days visit with their son. Mr. and Mrs. Trunk I'um.Mr John Simpson entertained Mr. at an phrcy of Somerset. m.hI Mrs. Richard Anderson elegant diincr last Sunday. Mary Owsley, who has been Mi rpmdlng a few days with her mother, Mrs. Anna Hubble nnd daughter. Mrs. Hallie Dunlap, returned to .Mattio Mac, have returned from a visCollege, Monday. it t relatives in Lexington. II. '. .Mrs. E. W. Morrow, .Mrs. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Snyder of Som- Marksbury, Mrs. Joe Walker and Mas-te- r erset, have lieen the guests of her sis-tel'aul Morrow visited Mr. Clayton .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rankin. Morrow in Lexington, Saturday. .McKobcrts in Covington. Mrs. Nancy Itich of llerea, arrived nold and Edwin Walker attended the Saturday for an extended visit with Centre College Mmstels in Danville her neices.Mrs. I Manuel of this city and Mrs. I), llutt, of Highland. I'. D .Mrs. I.oui Uiudrani, Mr. Mr. and .Mrs. 1. Manuel and suns, .Marksbury. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton were visitors in Lexington this week J. !.. and Alvin and Mrs. Rich of Ileren, motored to Highland Sunday The Chautauqua Circle met Tues- and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. day evening at the home of Mrs. Mae I)ufe llutt. Nolnnd nt her home on .Maple avenue. The Woman's Club met Thursday .Mrs. Harold Oldham, who Iws been afternoon at their rooms on Lexingvisiting her mother. Mrs. C. A. Arnold ton Street. Miss Alberta Anderson was leader assisted by Mrs, George has returned ti her home in Iioliinson and Mrs. Ilraylield. .Mrs. Woods Walker. Mr. Cabell Ar- Farm lui returned from a visit to Iht sister, Mrt. George .Mrs. John M. I I I!) V I RED ONION SETS 25cts per rjalion. I I (!) EARLY TRIUMPH SEED POTATOES 11 I I $1.50 per bushel. i Sander's Variety Store. Wt SALii - I I 8ksS':;ss run - li&aa. ; ss - s:'; 4 I Our friend, William Moreland, writes us that he will arrive here SatAn Irishman in the dock for a viourday with a bunch of nice cattle for lent nssult. The clerk reads the inthe Court Day trade. He ha i thirty lie.nl with him nnd dictment with all its legal jargon. Friends of Mr. Frank Conn are The prisoner asks the warden welrnnteing him back home after a sa.vs they lire the stuff. What's nil that he says?" nine months stay in the camp. Warden: He says yer hit I'r.t Currey with spade, on the side of his Master Kugene Austin, who is atThe Junior Missionary Society of tending St. Mary's College, at Leba- the Methodist Church will hold an head". Prisoner "Hcdad, an' 1 did". non, was here for the week-enwith open session Sunday night, March Warden "Then plade not guilty." home folks. 23. at 7: If,. (This dialogue, loud and in the full The entertainment will consist of Mrs. L. X. Miller and little daughhearing of the court.) ter, Anna Wagers, are in Richmond, songs nnd recitations, then the opening of the mite boxes. It is requested lor a visit to her parents, Mr. and W. C. U. that the parents of the children be .Mrs. L. T. Wilson. The W. C. T. U. have completely present. changed the public sentiment ot this Dr J. S. (I'ilbert after a furlough Everybody invited. republic, and have widely influenced of thirty days, returned to Camp last Sunday. the sentiment of the world. Dr. Gilbert expects to get They have destroyed the popularity, his final discharge by April 1st. of liquor. I.. J. O'Hearn of Louisville, ami Then they destroyed the tolerance We are carrying this week the Charles K. O'llcarn of Camp Taylor, for liquor. of two public sales, by spent the wick end with their father, They wiped out the canteen from Swinebroad, the real estate man. Mr. Thomas O'Hearn on the Lexingthe army and navy. One of aens located near They have overwhelmed the richton pike. Hubble, will sell Thursday March 27. Mrs. J K. Rohimon, Mrs. Emma The other the sale of dwelling and est, and most ruthless organization in the world which had terrified all other Iligginbotham, Misses Joan Mount. lots in Hustonville Head them, for Delia Tinder and Kir Clark, go to tliLie may be something there you forces of tnc nation. Then as onu cf the great temperLexington Saturday to sec "The llird want. ance forces they have helped to win of Paradie". the lSth Amendment to the constiMr. and Mrs. Xevvoll Fox are retution. ceiving congratulations upon the arThere isn't a record like that foi Dr. Virgil G. Kinnnird, of this rival of a dainty little girl at their city, while stationed at Liverpool, or.y other organization in the world. homo on March 10th. The little Miss F.ngland, was promoted to the rank iias been christened "Nancy Lynn". of .Major in the U. S. Army and has .Mrs. Fox before her marriage, was been sent to the University of MarThe escape of Kdward de Valern, Miss Alva Iloitzclaw. seilles, in France to take further med- Sinn Fein leader, from an English ical training where he will remain prison reads like a fairy story. The Miss Kvelyn I'helps, who for several Dr. Virgil was comseveral months. prison was so thoroughly guarded months lias been one of the pleasing missioned first Lieutenant in the that communication with the prisonei obliging operators at the local nnd Army in June 1017 and vvasisent to seemed hopeless. A committee of exchange, left last Week to accept a Jtilcy, Kniifas, where he remain- Sinn Fciners was formed to select good position in a department stiirc. Fort AO (Harrow's unit) ed until Unit Xo. Jliss Phelps made a was assembled at Camp Taylor early men to undertake the work of intcr-cnin Iliehmond. t.- -i keen vvittcd and renumber of friends in this city during in 1U1S. While stationed at Camp sourceful, desperate fighters if cortier stay here, and all wish her much Taylor the doctor was promoted to a nered. At last a plan was hit upon. success in her new position. He went to Southhamp- A garden plot was close to the prison Captaincy. Lieut. I.ucien Grant has returned ton England with his unit and did ser- wall, near which the prisoners were to lioston after n trip to a Maine sea-po- rt vice at Salisbury Court, l'eytonton allowed to take exercise at a certain city where he was detailed to ami Liverpool. The Doctor was giv- hour of the day. An Irih laborer Join a party of naval officers from en the choice of going either to vias seen Industriously digging in the Washington D. C, to inspect recently France, Germany or Russia to serve garden, humming to himself, a usual completed destroyers vvitli regard to the army of Occupation or taking a sight which attracted no one's attentheir being up to the Government's course of training at the University tion. When the prisoner came out He chose the latter for their walk, and de Valera was of Marseilles. standard of acceptance. and with Dr. Reddish, of Lexington, near enough he was surprised to hoar .Mrs. Annie Anderson, Mr. Henry will remain in France. the gnrdencr singing in Gallic, the Connand family, Miss Lizzie Conn, ancient Irish tongue revived anion;,-Sin.Mrs. Viola Creech I'rewitt and little Felners, but unintelligible to the daughter, Ruth Cameran, .Mrs. K. (1. average Irishman. This attruited his Creech, and little con Gilbert. Mr. Wiiereas, it has pleased the attention tnd he knew it must be Robert Anderson and sister, Eliza-bet- h and merciful God to remove were all recent guests of Mr. and from earth to that eternal Home, meant for him. While he listened he plan of his escape was sung to li.m .Mrs. It. K. Conn, in this city, our dearly beloved sister, Mrs, Lura in Gallic, the whole occurence entire10 1U. Belie Jan. 27, A young army lieutenant visiting ly unnoticed by the guards nnd fellow Resolved, first, that the Women's prisoners. in Kentucky who has been engaged in Haptist Missionary Society of Liberty Ited Cross work in Haltimore, reports Church hold in loving remembrance beMrs. Julius Freeman as the most and bear testimony to her faithful loved woman engaged in war work in and loyal service. that city. Her are planSecond, that we extend our heartning u dinner as a surprise for her, On Mondjy and Thursday of each felt sympathy to the stricken husband week Dr. J. V,'. K'cbvr will m found and have already completed a sub- nnd other relatives, praying God's in his olHc ..f t Oldham scription of $2,000 with which to preliudding sustaining grace upon them in this sent her a diamond broach upon the hour of bereavement. at Richmond. A'l other days lie can in! found 'U his otlice in the Hunt, iicciisio.n, .Mr. Freeman was Mils Third, that a copy of these resoluMary Holmes Lusk of Hustonville. House at Star ford tions be placed upon the minutes of our Society, a copy inserted on the News. records of the Liberty Haptist church and published in thu Western RecordThe. church services will bo run on er. the following schedule: Mrs. Hiram Kay, l'residcnt. lliblc school begins 10 A. M, Mrs. Klbert Calico, Vice I'res. Worship llcgins 10:55 A. Jl. .Mrs. Horn K. Tenter, Secty-Trca- s. Y. 1'. S. C. K. begins 0:110 1'. M. Single Comb Brown LegCommittee. Evening Worship begins 7:30 1'. M. Baby Chicks, horn F.ggs, Roosters and Broody hens The sermon subject Sunday morngiven in exchange. ing will be; "Three Great Verbs of If you have no BONDS. I I will be in on next Lancaster the Gospel". might consider the CASH. The sermon Sunday night will be Monday, county court day, for the Old prices good for this month. the llfth In a series on "Fundamen- purpose of demonstrating two very tals" and the subject will be: "The popular and attractivo Chandler and EKLE C. FARRA Ilupmobile cars. See me for a dem Church". Box 272. Lancaster, Ky. A. K. Willis. You are cordially invited to all of onstrntlon. Danville, Ky. It. these services. From An Irish Court Room. i U 1C Classified Column RATES: Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. Xo ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. 3 : it K It 5 f J Entertainment. !. J ! jj $ V T. Notes. It More Sales For Swinebroad. FOR SALE: Bull Plymouth Rock eggs. 75c per setting of 15 eges Mrs Jack Adai'S Lancaster. Ky. Old Rugs, Carpets and Clothing make beautiful NEW RUGS. Call phone 397. Miss Fannie Bishop. FOR SALE: One team of goo.l four year old horse mules. OUic Estss. FOR SALE: Standing Burlcy tobacco seed. $1.50 an ounce. J. M. Moore, Hackley, Ky. FOR SALE coming mules. Phone 1 Promoted To Major. pair of extra good ., 16 hand, mare Bryantsvillc, B. P. Svvope. - Daring Escape. Manure and Shoots, WANTED weanlings and up. Phone 382-E. C. Cheatham, Lancaster, Ky. J. M. Mctcalf, Survcyer, 25 years experience. Blue prints furnished. Phone All calls answered promptly. 1S5, Stanford, Ky. EGGS FOR SALE: Very fine strain of Buff Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 Mrs. Mary Doty, for 15. Phono 47-- Bryantsville Exchange. FOR SALE A lot of baled hay, will sell in lots to suit purchaser. Call on R. W. Palmer, Mike Burnside or J. W. Elmore. FOR Aberdeen-Angu- SALE: s Three registered Ready Ky. Hubble, bull calves. for service. Harry Frye, Resolutions. S. C. Rhode Island Reds, Choice Strain. Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1. Mrs. E. W. Perkins. Lancaster, Ky. Star Route, Bryantsvillc Exchange. Phone 10-J Sunday Black Overcoat, LOST: morning Mar. 16th, on Crnh Orchard pike, between Lancaster and Preach-crsvillFinder plca;e return to this office and receive reward. It. Pd. FOR SALE: One fresh milk cow, with calf by side; also n good stripper cow, Clarence Green. Phone 371-Paint Lick, Ky, K 2. FOR SALE Fifty barrels of corn. Will sell at crib, or by the load. Splendid for seed. Will shell CO pounds to tho bushel. Phone 3S1-F- . Walton Moss. FOR SALE: Thoroughbred brown Leghorn eggs. Price $1.00 for 15. .Mrs. 11. M. Kurtz. Route, 3. Uincaster, Ky. FOR SALE: One Jersey cow six years old with calf ten days old. Extra good milker, satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 317-Rice and Pelprey. Four miles out on Buckeye pike. Dr. Weber At Richmond. Christian Church Liberty Bonds WANTED Notice. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Men 20 1919. LITTLE BETTER QUALITY fS Save Tltc Difference. ASELD N BROS. 4 LITTLE LESS PRICE Save The Difference. HARDWARE, HARNESS, BUGGIES, STOVES, RANGES, VULCAN PLOWS, HARROWS, TOBACCO SETTERS The Store of Tools, Cutlery, Builders' Hardware, Barn Door Track and Hangers, Nails, Bolts, Plow Points and Handles, ETC. Single Trees and Clips, Barn and House Paints, Oils, Etc. Greseeotaia iKtrtLTxmi. i Phonographs Come In and hear the a splendid tone Crescentola. We have all sizes. COLLARS Give Your Horse 100 per cent Prices from $75. to .$200. Sold and guaranteed. Workinn Power. Xo Kiilliiiff. nor.sore shoulder if collar anil hamcs arc properly nt. Wc ars expert collar fitters.. With our special made collar we vriiarantee. We recommend the White Face Collar l'ad which contains no dye, therefore will not injure the horse or poison his shoulder. BREECHINC Home Made single and double hip strap Breeching made of oal: tnnned leather Wajron and Kann nrcechinj:. Minute. Plow and Light Wagon llreeching, single. I'.rcechiiiK should lit the horse: to fit they must be cut full and properly. Every harness purchaser should see our line of harness and strap work before buying;. Kxperience has shown us how to build harness for wear and make good at low prices. BKIDLKS. We are showing eight patterns of team bridles this spring that will meet every demand and price, especially designed with our and manufactured Xeu Feature Pigeon Wing p stylo will Blind. Our rein-unot injure the horse's head. Bond Team Bridles, per pair $7.50 to $18.00 Wagon and Plow Bridles, pair $3.00 to $5.50. McSHEERY TOBACCO SETTEES $80.00 CASH. Save money by placing your order for Tobacco Setters with us. Place your order for your FARM MACHINERY, Disc Harrows, Cultipackers, Corn Planters, Drag Harrows, Riding Deering Binders, Mowers and Hay Rakes, Studebaker Wagons, Old Hickory Wagons. Cultivators, Everything in Hardware BOURNE. Mrs. Curtis Sadler Is ill. Mrs. Dennis Sherrow is suffering from influenza. Mr. R. L. Barker and family are recovering from an attack of flu. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aldridge spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ham. Mrs. Sallie Marsee is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bertney Lunchford near Burgin. Mrs. Dick Spivey and children and Mrs. Fred Spivey visited in Louisville Ust week. Mrs. Eulus Range and children arc Tislting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hamm this week. jfi m m& ELD EN OFtO PATRIOT'S DUTY To Respond To Call For Victory Loan. Everything in i Cuttelry. The importance of moral anil financial support for the Victory Lib-ert- y Loan, authorized by Congress this week, is pointed out in the fol lowing signed statement by UnitciL Slates Senator John W. Works of Massachusetts : "At this time when preparations are being made for another government bond issue and when it is or may be necessary to finance the Government in other wnys, the citizen who has responded patriotically during the continuance of the war to such appeals may very naturally ask the question "Why should I do anything more; the war is ended, and I COULD T?y have done my patriotic duty"? "It seems to me that the answer to HIT. JIEBItON th s ruggested question is n very simBREAK THIS COLD! Toraorrow Feel Right NR Tonight ple one. It is true the war has been Mrs. Luther Humphrey is very ill. won, but in order to win the war it rantlnunlljr irr It Is a mltaks laxative pills, yourself with Almost as soon as calu with was necessary to make preparation Mn. Joseph Hicks remains quite ill. calomeli oil, purges and cathartic Dr. King's New Discovery sua force bowel titloi. It weakens as if the war were to continue for an end makes c,n-Kih bunds ai.il liver Mr. Elmer Ijinam who has been so Get a bottle today! ir.Jelinitc time und provide for the dosiru m'ees-r- u--y. ill, is improving some now. V!iy Ua't you I rliht toJay to army of five million men we were t tiui feroo:nu joir 'eventually to have in France. The . Cii C'ty- jwr ryiten InIimf.oh n- . tl .t Vi ivi Hon ond. the little son of Mr. and Tie ripidity T.:.tt un , j,jlrs wll ycar-o- l J family rc ri.. .'is coughs, provision of the nvcesmry equipment Mrs. George Sherrow is quite ill. r i a zrc ! Imx c.f II i on fi -cks .hi ! ) ar.l ' .; colds and mild br I'lXun'n neme for ,.,.). an ar,y represents an enor- t J o at c if h l :V. ' r a w ik or a Miss Ruth .Montgomery left Sunday undertaking; and " mous financial N.t Tai.lits iU iniH U LhjWC.1 th--ac- -i to finish her school at !5rad3haw pi t easy ITr I" rt:GQ lr." This sundird rclhvcr of ccld; sad while we have seen the end of the a r ".J urti tin a. Ilils T.'oll It flKhting we have not seen the end of coughing rpeiia never lows Js: Uv e as ffood i". v ImlnavUa OfC"n4 school house. UiTtU'cn. causi-- t tho iiruraulos a.. cocs qui:uy cnu pirasnuy wiai Air. nnd Mrs. Charles Duncan are nt ..XI,eniii.urt. ta. war has incurred. from all to cct tho da. Ons tri-- 1 nuts it to tho (ooj you oct. r.wt you a n.or. vi ry proud of u fine boy who has boen As an example of these unavoid 1 cmy apiKtite. nrrneth''rs ia your rncdicins cabinet is absolutely tv. christened (!uy. al-- i h&pcnat!;. over biloun i, r 'i t.t i i j hlur.ey ly ill druggists. able, expenditures, it is only neceshn'.i s nml Lontl uct.ui i The ftu U raging in Locust Grove sary to rail attention to the fact that '1 la body n. tnorou"U c i.r k c to t. k accumr'llin'Hl yuu w.ll r M. Bowels Usually Cogged? locality, twenty one cases v. ere there are still more than two and a . It nvery il. i. li 'K medli Ino . cindl-Ho- n lo ' la Saturday. Regubte them with eat;, sure, half million men in the service, e.nd tabkt will Lcp so-i"I 'Iv and Dr. Kins's New Life Pills. ' n"njy 1IN". ' r I It requires more than seventy-fiv- e ..cv. Xi. V. Sebastian filled his Try Ntture't Correct that biliousness, headache, million dollars u month for their I . II j Ik;s" i and pfie th here Saturday afternoon, stomach, tonjuo coat, by choia i eour Ine th- -t , i c y t bi j. P lOi, cr:i a. There is a bill pend i.nly -- 5c maintenance. ? jr Jay morning Btlog the nnd evening. u Nnure'B I -tut twnty-llv-'1'ableH)ili)". (..d, ruaram m.l to validate ing in Congress i dy (.N'll Montgomery sold his Mr. Author by jour Uruni;lBt. tuij reouriiniendfcd for supplies furnished the dally Tli- -i 'rrn. "f "JS ncres at Bourne to Mr. .t duty Government, the contracts for which fie who Is fiileo 'i price $2500. i 'umc Montnomery iiml will urn not in such form that they can be breaks a thread In t!i Ms Delia llurde'.te of Murksbury find the flaw when lie uuvo tor-- lmrally paid. There is something jptnt from Friday until Sunday with gotten tbo came. Henry iVnd Beech-- , i,jijoll ix hundred million dol he- - c .usins, Misses KRuth and Mabel er- lars of such expenditures, ull of which ' Montgomery. are due or will become due In tho im- ! R. Mont Armageddon. Mr. Thos Hicka nnd H. mediate future. ,rinase(Won. mentioned In Itevilagomery bought of Mr. Willie Coulter 1,I,.P,I. the exnenditures In nmnv Ky, thu farm lie recently purchased from (Ion IDiKkvvus the plain of Kwlnielon. ; j, R. E. McROBERTS, Uncsitrr, ,evlJrul bil-th- e wl scene of Inraelltlsli victories, and ,, . ,, - . aKKKKute. i , ., i. . -- i.i Mr. Job Marsee, "'"'-'-- to the taxes being i levied to signify the .hence the term Is CARTERS VILLE. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Duncnn of ,.,, uclditloti ( u momentous lest of nny Buena Vista attended preaching here Mud. especially of a decisive battle. ) for the coming year. I lie money Mr. J. T. Allen is very ill nt this Sunday und were the guests of Mr. It was iivmI by the Progressive, nu-- , must be obtained from our own James Crawford. writing. convention In 1UL. and has plo, und there should be the same Mr. Hamlet Jennings sold his farm been frequently Ued In connection patriotic determination to respond to Mr. and Mrs. J. U Pitts and family the requirements of the Government of 80 acres to Dr. li. C. ltose price with the war. were week end visitors in Berea. Quit Laxatives, Purges; Mr. Bentley Parson who has been $150. per acre. Dr. Rose also bought of Karnest Ball his farm for $1200. very ill with measles, is improving. .Mr. anJ Mrs. Harry Stone ntcr-taine- d Mrs. Kliza Conn visited her son, the young people at a "Tacky Mr. Clay Conn at the week's end. Quite a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ballard and Party" Saturday evening. baby visited his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. number were present and the prizes were given to Miss Mabel McMillan J. C. Ballard last Sunday. , and Mr. J. K. Crawford. Mrs. S. M. Davis nnd Mrs. Rose Mr. U K. Speaks sold his farm here Bolton of Madison Co., visited Mr. to .Mr. Thos Hicks for $1'J500. The and Mrs. JetT Davis last week. I farm contained two tracts. Mr. Hicks L. Pennington and Mr. and Mrs. P. ... bum urn iiuv, ui .ma . it i children visited her parents, Mr. and nnd the other night Thompson for $5500, Mrs. C. S. Roop, last Saturday to Author Montgomery for $8750. and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sherrow and Mr. and .Mrs. C. H. Todd and chit-dre- n daughter, Mesdames Homer Humof Berea, were the pleasant phrey and Harrison Preston and chilof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. dren of Nicholnsville attended ser-vii- i' T. Allen last Sunday. nnd were the rtcri Sumlav , . .. ,, , Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bryant and g. n,l Mr Milt, in' Mr n.l lr., Jennings and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bryant last Sunday. .... L. "OH, IF I .umr: W' liy t,J, .' .f ye con-- 1 will be preceded by an officer who ditions and have paid nil the ex i w ill select landing accommodation penses incurred in the war that there ami make arrangement with loon, was in the case of the appeals made ' Liberty Loan committees for the enduring the continuance of the actual t tertninment of the lljers. fighting, Six of the best British flyers deveh ; ' ' oneil ilurinL- - the war will iwirl iriiinti. I left France for the United States to Eight French flyers, one of whom has victories, have a record of forty-thre- e take part. LanPhotographers of the signal corps will accompany each squadron. They on will take war photographs of each of A Hying circus of American, the American cities isited; the plates French and British aviators in Amer- will be dropped from airplanes by ican ami raptured German Fokker parachute nnd hurried reproductions planes, says the Lexington Herald, made fur the benefit of the resident will give aerial sham battles and acro- of all cities visited. I'arades will batics over Lexington in connection precede the flights. campaign Loan with the Victory which begins April 21st. Canaeroui Nituril Cat. One nt Hie iliMu!iaiitnse i.f nntil-rn- l First news of the fact that the famgas liK'nlltlei Is Hint the ritl.Tiil gnu ous lljers would give an exhibition in Lexington came by wire from Wash- - Inn pnirtlrntly im iilnr anil Itnkngeis Gnu lm ington loan headquarters last night. are. therefore, uinlitiTteil. been illMiivenil to .e nearly always Xu specific dates were announced, but pri'Mtit In building fronting on they ure expected during the second Mnvts. of third week in April. Tank cars nnd war trophy trains Night Air Not Dangerous. are also expected to take part in the 'Mure Is Mill a prejudice unions u campaign in the Fourth Fediral Mime ngiilnst iilitht air. For Hint reu-mi- ll district, of which Lexington is a wmie foollhh piiiple sleep with part, W. L. Threlkehl, diairmnn of their window closed. Mulit air N Kentucky for the district, said Sat nut dangerous. On the average It Is mure punt than that of the .lay. In urday. malarious hectlims eiimMiri. nt- nlt-,i .....t, Mill ei... ni...t i in" mi i'iuiii; iii'iiiunjii iihioii ...in iiv, the under the direction of the Victory1"'"1' ''J-- ' 'lngiTc.u. lint ' 'Loan Publicity llureau und the Mili-.V- " bile only nt dan-tar- y Uranch of the War Department.' , , , lho llllii luurieeu cupiuieii iieriuiill 111.1111-will lie used. Squadrons of seven-itec- n Health Improvement In Brazil. airplanes will begiii the touis The famous sajlng 'llruzll Is a vast April II), traveling in special tiains hiiipllnr' Is In a fair way tn being Three Hying ii rimes of thi' kind uutliiwed. Yellow fever Is stamped will tour the L'nited Stales in con- out mid the government has made an nection with the Victoiy Liberty Loan linineiiMi nppriiprlulluii for Kiippljlng quinine In the entire einnuiuiilly, To campaign. m. iichlevemeliU IllUt-- t be uiMcd I hi) Fourteen cnpiurcd German Fokker Hu l.iborK nf the Osuul.lo Cruz lntliulo Monday lit planes were delivred In Hie realms of .clentllle prevention N'twjicrt News and will be shipped nt of inininiinlinble illM'Uhi'H of all kinds. giico to Washington for tin demon- Ilraiil-Mcdlc..ration, nicorJlng to news received , last nig'it. Faint Praise. Speaking of doubtful compliments. The best typJ of American planes .l.,.-.,l.- l .1, ;,, II, uiir will l.r .Inm.la KUllNCrlber WrlleS! "I Wish 111 liffiT i following us one of tho best exam- nn.irnt.,1 The tours will start April 10. !. I'1''" ''aye ever seen. An accomplish, 'u";'1; un a. Inv led by a frleiul though the loan selling campaign docs service lu order to hear '" not open until April 21. had squad- - , ciww ron will be carried in a special train ruv frlt.ndi i,.. lU.lulea of eleven cars, traveling nt night, win, ,,s rendition, was uwaltlng with Nino end door baggage eras will be much Interest her compunlou'a verdict. required to carry the seventeen air- - It came thus, In a whisper; They planes in each squadron. Each train slt well.'" From tho Outlook. until we have returned to peace FLYING CIRCUS Will Give Air Program At Lexington. caster Itinerary. I"'" J"rll ,., L. B. Sapp s Spring OPenin g Sale OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HIGH-GRAD- E HOUS& FURNi NOW ON SALE AT 20 to 30 Per Cent Reduction. This bwiutiful or dislgn. line Now is your chance to save money. We are x of Wnitc (irnss Hups can bo had in any rotor I'.xti. fortunate Sues Jxi. K10. '.1x12 and 27 iti nnd in. Notice our Window Display BED ROOM owning our entire large Rug stock at the old prices. It will pay you largely to make your selections now. We deliver goods within a radius of 35 miles. in 4 . e o f a a MARTHA WASHINGTON FURNITURE A SUIT shown in ' wry nttractlr Bed Room Suit consisting of a large Among the many bsautiful Bed noom Sails being shown this season vc believe this suit to M.il o.'.iny, lV.nrci $98.50 Droscr. Chiircnier uml N'npIian Bed. to m.itdi Worth $ 1 s 25. Sprlg eKtg jrk be at least n fair sample of the prettiest. made cf genuine Mahcunny nnd finished in Brown. Chiffonctte, Consist! Tripplc of r. It is h - me very handsome odd Dressing Tables c..n large Dresser, and l.o had in (!. 0, Mahogany ami Ivory 135.00 Sprint; open.nj.-ff- Mirror Toilet Table north f a a a w u 3 Heil to match. Regular price $225. price $185 00 $27.50 Spring opening X m X RUGS AHO LINOLEUMS Ilruscl Rug, wortn J2j.00. Opening price $17.50 .' Tapstry Rrussel !!ug, wort'i Spititg Opening $10 '0 . $22.50 pr.re "12 Axministcr Hug, n.irlh $!.". S ring Opening price ..$35.00 llest Inlaid Linoleum, worth $.'1 per ! Spring opening price per ..I TtfG POINTS to REMEMBER about the NEW EDISON There are many sound reproducing devices mi the market. soc.atcd with the name of a great inven'or : There is but one which is as. There are many sound reproducing devices, about the merit of which strong nsertions are made. There is but one which has ever ollered to prove the truth of its claims. The only instrument which bears the stamp of a great inventor's name the only usmiment which has been subjected to the searching test of actual comparison with the artist's living voic; m 4t Jl.75 Pr nt Linoleum, worth $1 0 per open ng price, per 05c ja" f I V'iA ErE OUR I,in 1ISI LAY 01 CONGOLEUM RUGS The NEW EDISON The Phonograph With a Soui. The only instrument which bears the stamp of a great inventor's name the only instrument which such complete fidelity that no human ear can distinguish the artist from the recreation Then they proceed to prove it by subjecting the instrument to the acid test of direct com parisou with the living artist. Invariably the result proved the More than 1,500 of these tone tests have been conducted. truth of this claim. Whv lias no other device been subjected to this test? Then why buy n substitute? s m m A a a n 9 a e X WE ACCEPT SAME AS CASH LIBERTY ON ALL BONDS PUR. L Danville's Largest Furniture & Rug Store. Danville, Ky WE ACCEPT SAME AS CASH LIBERTY ON ALL BONDS PUR. tt a CHASES OK GOODS OR ON AC CHASES OF GOODS COUNTS. OR ON AC X X I I St COUNTS. have sown liams, W K. Davis uml J. W. Bryant Most of the farmers their tobacco beds the past week, the motored to l'a.nt Lick Thursday to bo guesls for the day of Dr. nnd .Mrs, Fred Sutton has been on the sicl weather being ideal fur same. B. II. Montgomery. lilt this week, (uttering with mumps. M. 0. Kennedy spent several days Mrs. B, A. Dawes and daughter, n hut week in Lincoln with his brother, Mr. Floyd Curtis sold to Mr, Miss Amy, ate ill Louisville, having Hue Middle horse John Kennedy, who Is seriously ill. of lliirrodsliurg gone down to iittiad tho concert givC. M. Dean sold to Blukemaii Bros for $300. en by Jascha Ileifctz, the noted vioKing and Mrs n pair of nice horses for $450. also 50 linist of the day, Mr. und Mrs. Howard bhonts to II, ('. Ruble for 15c per lb. W. K. Davis were In Nicholasille, Mrs. Wm. Lear has returned to her Jlesdames II. L. Klder, J, W. Simp- homo near Lancaster after spending Saturday, and Mrs. J. II. son, of Nicholasville, several days with her daughter, Mrs, Miss Annie Lee Kubanks of Stan-fo- r B.illntd were shoppers in Danville, B. C. Rose, who has been quite ill, spent Hie past week end with Miss Tuesday. but is no1 rapidly Improving. Janle llo'vling, Misses Francis and Klizahelh (ilass A good rn.my people in this comMr. nnil Mrs. IE. I). Woods are re ceiving congratulations upon tl.o nr-- J of near Camp Nelson, visited their munity have been relieved of quite n and Mrs. J. W. good deal of worry nnd very little Mr. riMil of a daughter, Class, Sr., the past week end. cash, having made out their income Mesilames K. II. Ballard, J. C. Dullard'. Obelisk dour is the btit tux reports. They spoko highly of Williams und llrynn Ballard were in first paUnt (lour. Try a sack and the courteous treatment shown them Danville Wednesday. by our popular collector, Judge John Mr, and Mrs. It. I'. Brown bad as you will buy a barrel. Ilddien, HurIics and Tarnsu. W. Hugnes. their guest last week, Ids mother, Mr( A treat is In store for those who at Mes.iumes C. M. Denis J. I'. Wil K. J. Blown of Stanford. imYANTSVILLK Kde-Io- tend the Methodist church here Sun- ' Cood Motto. day as it is missionary day Phillip Brooks ouen said, "Come. There Dr. ! tnke tli.it task of ynur which jou have will bo Dr, C. W. Thompson and Dr. been hesitating before and shrinking 0. fi. Mingledortr of Wiimore. Mingledortr n returned mM.ionary unit walking around, und on this very op uml do It." f r jiii China ami professor in Asbury day lift It College will deliver u missionary lecBreathing Cold Air, ture and Dr, Thompson will have a A pTon breathing cold nlr ebtaln nussage for the laymen, at night n much I'xvgen In six Inhalations as there is to be Rev. R. V. Cropper who he would In seven tnken In hot weathhas some stcrcoptieim views of for- er. This lnereae of oxygen Is a mat. is ter of great eign fields to show. Everybody to sufferers) cordially Invited. Come as its free. from lung trouble and also to tho per Mn enjoying good health. Diogenes Knew. Dlojeneu held bin lantern before the face of n woman. It was Christmas morning and she was remarking! "How darling! It was Ju-- t what I wanted P Whereat, the old fellow-shoohis lieml In ilopalr and passed on. "She Is counting at this very moment," mused Dlog. "on what she can exchange It for." Admired His Pluck. "Well," said I'licle SI llrusgltiK after SOlo llV II fllshlonnble tenor, "If that uln't the rude.! thing I ever tavv, jum us soon us thut young iiiiin begun In sing, every other member of tin dioir sto: tied, lint ii. through wlta It, vind 1 mu-.- t say t ad mire ins spunk." Boston Transcript. II Unc.v "Many r. man' "turns ovpr n new de same ol" vvrltln to Lliea, Jen puti De a Good Lcser. Don't be afrnld of being on he losing side. Defeat In a good ration la Intitiltely better than helping to win a victory for a cause In which jou do not believe. Stand by your convictions. One who surrenders them In order to win Is really on the losing side. gr.iud-ptirent- When ths Baboon Calls. Itaboons have been d Bore trouble lately to uiuny South African folk, und lson clubs have been founded tu keep them nwny und reduce their numbers. IIiiIlkiiis recently raided a farm In Robertson, nnd, Iguorlug ull efforts to drive them awuy, rodo the donkeys In the back jurd. In Lulngs-bur- g, driven 'by hunger, they raided gurdeas lu brum! da light. v The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 20, 1919. INNNNNM have arrived and going: fast. They are the finest northern seed, sacked in 2 2 bushel bags. Get your order in NOW. Our second car will arrive this week so that everybody will get as many as they want. Quality guaranteed. We pay the freight on all orders over $25.00. 1-- SEED PRICES. WAGONS POTATOES is All Varieties Only $1.25 Per Bushel. We have many other good things in store for you when you come to see us. This is not a sale. We don't hold special sales, it is every day is our Big Day. We guarantee every article to be worth the money and your money refunded to you if it big turnover spells WELCH not as we represent it. We can save you money on all your purchases-- it isn't far to our store and we will be pleased to show you when you come. Small profits, quick sales ! 2 WIRE FENCE 5000 rod of No. bottom 4 foot at r- PAINT Sherwin-Wil-Ham, MR. FARMER Ask us for prices on your WHY HARNESS We make our harness. Can !) top and 1 Old Hickory odc per roa No. 10 top and bottom 2 3-- - r-- and Weber Complete $120.00. 3 inch Complete S 125.00. 4 Banner also lead and oil. We will furnish materials, or paint your job for you. We carry a big line of all colors and the best part of the matter is we can SAVE YOU MONEY. (Welch's farm requirement. We carry a full line of PAY Iiest Meal Host Flour MORE 85f. $1.45 85c 45c per rod This is American fence of best quality. We pay the freight. (Welch's Hardware Dept.) Can jjive you you want. either track 100 wagons now in stock. (Welch's Vehicle Dept.) p,ows' CAN SAVE Planters, YOU Cultivators Harrows, mq jq 35 Rollers, I make any kind you want, also repair 'em. Have you seen our breeching, Middles etc.? Can actually save good 5 Spot. Welch' Leather Dept.) !rid-tlles, collars, you Host Seed Oats Wheat Shorts Host gran. $2.85 $10.50 a Etc. 'per cent. Sugar Taint Dept.) (Welch's Farm Machinery Dcpt) 0x12 Axminister Kug $30. WELCH'S BEREA, KENTUCKY. talk at the Baptist church at Preachersville Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Mnml. Ms subject being "two kinds of con- Holticlaw, of Lincoln county, and Mr. viction. two kinds of repentance, two Also at 7 Charles Whooten of this Co.' drove kinds of conversion". . ' ,.'..! . C.n.ln.. I..!.. U speke on to uie nome 01 Kev. A. u. Batrd and.1 ' "two bidders for a soul". Ijiriro were united in marriage, March 15th, that gentleman officiating. The bride crowds were in attendance at both is the beautiful daughter of Mr. and services. Mr. Bowen was also pres- Mrs. Mason Holtzclaw of Preachers- ent and gave a thrilling account of ville, and the groom has just return- his experience in France. He was ed from Xovia Scotia where he has in every battle but one and wrs He and one been in training for some time. They wounded five times. were entertained at a six o'clock din- other were the only ones of his Cc, ner by Mrs. Alfred Owens. The left. He nttributed his escape to his best wishes of a host of friends arc relationship with his Master. extended to this happy any popular Department STORE BEREA, KENTUCKY. "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE.' Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' on his wny to the League of Nations when his senatorial engine stalled, Senator Sherman looks like a I peaceful and kindly gentleman. Who would have thought that he had a fi,.Llibuster up his sleeve? "By their fruits ye shall know March. Lack of fuel, starvation, thorn". It is time for a nice new spring hat pestilence and terror mark the Bolwith a nice gay spring countenance shevik rule in Russia. under it. Kngland is in the same position toHumidity after July 1st: Absent ward Ireland that some men are toin ward their wives. She can't live with in the United States. Kxtreme Mexico. Ireland and can't livi without her. If you have a job that will fix up a New York places In exclusive returning soldier or sailor, don't feel Scotch highballs are selling for a dolbashful about saying so. I young couple. lar apiece. If they were selling at Mr. Hoover is right when he de- that price in Scotland they wouldn't Prof. Wm. Jesse Baird. wife and' lf urruJ is fhe ,tair of life- - ia suBar crees that Germany must be fed. be selling. little son David Halsey, were week- Hunger is a poor political adviser. When your son conies home from guests of their father, near here. t,lt' canc of Iifc end The president was running nicely the army, don't on any nccount oiler Prof. Baird made a very interesting' How would "near-bee- r near work" Preachersville. Hlt.,l.wul,ni.n Mi.. ... answer as a slogan? The war used to be three thousand miles away and now the President isl Snows in the North and sunshine South are distinguishing in the him corned beef, Presumably he will drcftes the revenue law evidently be grateful for it, but you won't in hail no kids of their own nnd no symthe least like the form his gratitude pathy with other eople's kids. They takes. laid a tax upon athletic goods withIt is understood that to "watch the out regard to the fact that 70 per clock" is a bad habit. But we have cent of baseball bats, catchers' masks not observed that the public displays nnd mitts and athletic good of every any reluctance to watch the clocks on description are bought by boys under cightei n. the fashionable hosiery. Cracks At Creation. Don't Throw Your Old Tires Away. THE "DRI-KURE RETREADING" METHOD MAKES THEM NEW AGAIN. Performance versus Promise Prices For Retreading. Bctread nnd Liner Ketread, Liner uml Blowout HERE'S A NEW DEPARTURE FROM THE OLD TIME VULCANIZING THAT MERELY PATCHED YOUR TIRES AND GAVE THEM BUT ANOTHER SHORT LEASE ON now using with the cost of "Dri-Kur- e Retredinfe" same and you will admit that retreading to two-thirSaves you one-hal- f on your tires. We have demonstrated the merits of this new method of rebuilding tires to thousands of car owners and will gladly tell you who they are. VISIT OUR PLANT AND LET US "SHOW" YOU. Prompt Attention Given to Mail Orders. ds LIFE. RETREDING" method rebuilds your old The tire from the ground up and makes it as good and serviceable as a brand new one. 3500 mile Guarantee behind every retreaded Our Tire. Look at the opposite price chart; it tells the cost of retread the cost of the tire you are it out for yourself.-Compa- re "DRI-KURE 30x3 30x3 32x3 34x3 31x4 $10.50 2 1- -2 iron-cla- d ing-Fig- ure DANVIbkE 5UICK COftPANy WALNUT STREET Phone 798 DANVILLE, KY. 20.25 21.25 22.25 20.00 23.75 21.50 35x4 24.76 22.50 30x4 23.50 21.00 32x4 24.50 22.00 33x4 2 25.50 23.00 34x4 20.50 24.00 35x4 27.50 25.00 3Cxl 28.50 20.00 37x4 30.00 27.00 33x5 30.50 27.50 35x5 31.00 28.00 30x5 31.50 28.50 37x5 Cord Tire prices same as re- tread and reliner price. 32x4 33x4 34x4 1- -2 11- -2 1- -2 i:5.00 15.00 10.50 17.00 18.00 19.00 .$12.15 11.00 10.1)0 18.40 19.25 will on SATURDAY, MARCH at on o'clock. P. M., at EAST END STOCK YARDS, nt Richmond. Ky. sell I A registered Short Horn 1'nttle J'nunilation stock came from the herd of Itichard Cobb, Danville, Ky. Will also sell Mules, Stock Shoats, tirade Calves, Walking hories etc. Any one desiring catalog write "Button, button, who's got the but- - CHARLES II. JETT, Richmond. Ky. J ton?" We learn that few buttons John W. Bain, Lexington. Auctioneer have been made here since the United l.V-t-p- d. j States entered tlie war and that the He care supply is almost exhausted, French In South America. ful of buttons, unless you wish the Throncliiint America, French time to come when you will be oblig- li nliiioi milverMilly nnd: Hlllim of the elasis an- - In mot home, and ed to pin your clothes together. book More are fllliil wlih modern The doughboy who comes home Trench writer of pnxe or vrrn Imlli from Krunru expecting to be married In truiHiilloii mid In the original. at once will have nervous prostration when he buys his first American President In Country' History. reads in the adverti'emcnU Martin Van Itureii, the eighth pres"Women' spring suits, $1.1,00, anil ident, wan the first pnkl.lerit born nf. Women's oxfords, tlli.SO," to hay ter we had derlnnil our lm!eiondcnee nothing of the produce and market f Kngland. and J,.l,n Tjler was the first horn after the formation of tho reports. The congressional committee which United Mate. I Itepent to younelf twenty consecutive times, "The good man loves to pay his income tax." The effect may possibly be to place ou in a more resigned frame of mind. Short Horn Cattle And Live Stock Sale. ZZnd, Some of the newspapers object to President Wilson's "defiant and dictatorial attitude", while others object to the Senate's "defiant and dictatorial attitude". Can it be that all America is becoming defiant and dictatorial.? Protect Your Hogs. Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All are rtopd and we sell them. DRUG McROBERTS STORE.