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Germany's Hill will cost her forty billion dollars, Serious Vltin must n iciir anomaly In pay Puree. A gathering of women In thi'lr now prim: lint lookn like n flower garden Wanted By Red Cross. TWO SUPERVISORS. WATTERSON YOUR TEETH SUDDEN DEATH Will Six good sewing machines. RETIRES. return same after May Mb. Tele- County Attorney Calls Neglect of Their Care Is Claims Young' Mother. phone 71 and they will be sent for Court's Attention To Severs Connection With The relatives nnd friends of Mrs. Often Fatal. Henrietta Arnold Uaney were greatly Services At Antiecli. Courier Journal after Illegally ivioney In spite of nil that has been said shocked last Sunday morning when Rev, J. I!, Moorman will preach nt Fifty Years Service. and written about the core of the they Inlearned she had breathed her Spent. the new Antinch fhurch, near Danville just ns she was last The announcement that Henry Wotterson has severed his connection as Kditnr Kmcritus of the Courier Journal, after serving fifty years as its editor, will be read with regret by his friends ami patrons of this splendid Journal. The Courier Journal of yesterday said editorially; ".Mr. Watterson retires as Kditor Kmcritus of The Courier-Journwith this issue. From 1 fCH until I01H its editor, his brilliant, forceful and individual writings on public questions brought fame both to himself and this journal. Desiring to retire last Aug ust when control of the newspaper changed hands, he yet was persuaded to remain in the capacity of Kditor Kmcritus, through which connection he might continue to nddrcss the renderx of The Courier Journal while relieved of the active responsibilities of the editorship, lie now request his retirement, finding in conflict Ins views, opposing the League of Na tions, and those of The Courier-Jou- r nal, favoring the proposal. His personality will continue to be an jm spiration to Courier-Journa- l workers: his accomplishments, a standard of achievement; his name, one to he praied and loved. He has passed his seventy-nint- h birthday. May he pnr many another milestone before the world loes him as a companion or letters are deprived of the magic of his pen!" next Sunday afternoon. The Tile agitation of the twenty cent Tlic horse Is disappearing so fast public is cordially invited to attend will this iod tax, mention if which was made that it is dnuh'.ful whether there servile. in our last issue, ha stirred the peobe n ilnrk hoisa left hy tin1 summer ple of the county to some extent nml of 10110. imutrthcd the fact that Carrard Tin new Victory loan will amount The sale of houses on the lots re-- ! County was paying the salaries-o- f I'ut your hand cently purchased by the Carrard To - two nml supervisors, notice of which to six lilllion dollars, into your pocket nnd see liow mui bncco Warehouse Company, brought, was brought to the attention of the of It is there. out one of the largest crowds seen l'lrcal ( ourt at its meeting last TuesThe sale totaled day, by our County Attorney, Green with lately nt nny ale recalls The young woman Clay Walker. feelings of intense-- pntrioti.iiii that the nearly $1001) and the purchasers are Mr. Walker who Is employed to government never placed nny re nlready tear.ng then down to be look after the peoples interest nnd at moved to other parts of the city. on face powder strictions the same time to see to it that the county's money is legally spent, disThe man he'" coins inlo the covered that Mike Forbes is being nrvy loved SlibVctMnrj nml HceC.uv Mr. mid .Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey have paid live dollars a day for his services ami 1n often finds tow that , i..,...! Sunervisor and that Dr. J. A relumed to their home in Kiuwi l.lt the r i.hl spot. alter II Visit With their soil. F. Y. Anion is nisi, drawim- - n wibirv of Mr Pumphrey said that $I,'J0II a year for the same services. Perhaps the senate thought they Pumphrey. Inappropriate appropriation he likes Somerset, and we hope that Ilnth of these nu n are being paid out were why they p.iscd ome day in the near future, he nml of the county's money. 1 bills, nml that is his good wife will conclude to make them up. When the attention of the court this city their home Somi rset Com- was tailed to it by Mr. Walker, it wus It monwealth. Will womlers never cease? decided that the, matter wtSAld he reporteil that the warring Irish far taken up at its next meeting tomorlions are striving to come to nn row, as some of the court was of the agreement. pinion that Forbes salary was being Hible School 10:00 A M paid by Dr. Anion. Worship. 10.55 A. M Snririir has come. The hinls ami The County Attorney contends that Inciting Service 7. 15 I' M. the wealthy are migrating from the Sermon Subject Sunday morning: the county should not pay the salary South ami the public at law is buy' of two supervisors, and if the second "Casting Pearls Before Swine". Ing garden seeds. The subject for Sunday evening one is needed, it should come from the pockets of Dr. Anion. Hinls generally hne it all over the will be "The Unity of the thurch." In the meantime the people will The Chior will furnish specal mu-- , rest of us. They huiM their own await with abated interest, the con homes, are not subject to union labor, ir for both servircs. elusions the court will come to in the am! the price of their materials neve matter Hint Is being so liberally disgoes up. Busy. cussed by the of the The Garrard County Hoard of Su- - county How ran a boy who has to pay a " luxury' ax of ten per cent on baseball pervisors have been quite buy for bats nml masks anil mitts ever be cx the past week hearing complaints necteil to trow up into n man and from the tnx.patcrs wiiose property1 has been raised by order of the State soldier' Tox Commission. Probably two hundred were sum-- . The local chapter of the Ited Cross One hears of a hi;'js. "renting for Hut thi is never more ap moned before the Hoard for last will put on u special drive for work- a song." propriate than in th case of the lit Monday and from the crowd that err, vteek beginning April 7th to 12th tie wren houses that people are now packed the court house, most of them inclusive. In doing this they hope to enlist all the women in the making of answered the summons. putting up HUM) garments that this chapter has been asked to furnish by May Kith, If William llohciunllcrn years ago Trial f rtHnu. int rliiitiiln ii:i I wit n had confined himself to ratting wood ' A series of meetings will begin at ,,, .y,,. . lm.m ..... instead of planning wars, what a dif the Methodist church in this city. 01m. nmJ (lu,y are ,u., , comei ference it would have made to the Sunday April I3tli.. at which time liri..,. ....... iunr,. world at tarft'- ISet U II. Hndgcrs, of Gainesville. Svwme can be done in the homes if Tho notable things about the month (it., will arrive and assist Itev. Pal- cf March were the March hare and meter throughout the meeting. Mr. Mon.nv . Anril 7th. Itichmond he senatorial filibuster and President Hndgcrs comes highly recommended lln, Hamilton avenue: Mrs. J. as an evangelist ami we have no Wilson's departure and the March Anion. Cnniain: Tuesdnv. Anril loubt that much good will be accom- - st, winds ami the vernal equinox. Danville and Crub Orchard plished through his teachings. More streets; Miss Jane Doty, Captain; It is a singular coincidence that details of the meeting will be given Wednesday, April Uth, Lexington spring elections and houserleaning next week. street. Hill Court and Haselden hold the center of the stage at the Heights; Mrs. Joe K. Iiobinson, Capsame time. Can it be that politics . tain; Friday April 11th, Stanford St., soap and water and airing? need Truck Itoute From Lexington to and Mnple Avenue, Mrs. Will Hurton, April 12th, ull If you object to the IJf" of nn hour Uincnster, beginning Friday April Captain; Saturday, Friday who till are asked to come. every be ween March 30th and April 1st, Ilh, ami continuing Houses Sell. We Need Them Here. teeth, they are probably neglected more than any part of the body. Most people fail to clean their teeth properly ami this results in decay. They neglect to go to the dentist until the pain becomes ncute, when it often is too late to save the tooth. This is bad enough and the majority of people think it is all, but it Is not. A great number ofdisenses result from bad teeth and if every one realised the danger, the dentists would be consulted far more frequently than they are. Dr. Charles 11. .Mayo recently declared that the majority of diseases of the tonsils, throat and nasal pass- thought to be convalescent and was ready to return to her home nml lov ed ones. Two weeks before, Mrs. Uaney vtns operated on nt the Danville hospital. She had improved dally and permission had been given for her to return her local home. Sunday morning, physician, Dr. W. M. Klliott went to Danville to bring her home in his car; her nurse had just placed her In the machine, when her head was seen to drop forward and in a few minutes she had passed into the great beyond. The immediate cause of her death being pulmonary embolism. Her death is doubly sad because she leaves .1 young daughter, Josephine, in her tender years, when she most needs a mothers love. Other hearts which have known like bereavement respond to the sorrow of the little girl with tendcrest compassLik'f? sorrows ion anil sympathy. evoke like sympathies, preventing our hearts from becoming fallow to the higher and more generous emotions of our being. Someone has called death a "bright thing with a dreary name". If we could lift the edge of the curtain which divides us from those who have passed over and know of the life beyond ns compared to this life, then indeed might death be called n ages come from infected teeth. Another prominent physician has called attention to the great danger from Pyorrhea of Itiggs disease. An abrcessing pocket around the tooth constantly distributes infection to "her parts of the body. Dr. W. A. Kvans, at thai time Corn- missioner of Health of Chicago, in discussing this subject, raid: "The importance of diphtheria I am sure is fully understood but the enlargement of the glands of the neck, of the nose, of the tonsils, anil of the pharnyx are not so clearly understood. "They are due to absorptions somewhere in the nose or within the mouth and a large per cent of which absorptions take place through the "bright thing." Heside her daughter, Mrs. Raney is cavities in the teeth or down the sides survived by two sisters, Mrs. Edd of unclean teeth. "We are canstantly confronted Uosj, of this city, and Mrs. Ilettle with instances like this: A child has Wilson, of Widner, Ark., and one IN been in u diphtheria hospital nnd re- brother, John Arnold, of Providence, 11. I. mained there until it reemed safe for Beautiful burial services were conthe child to go home Then the chil I has gone home nnd there has follow- ducted nt the Lancaster cemetery on by Rev. J. K. ed an infection of diphtheria in that Tuesday afternoon Moorman, where her body lies buried home. What is the explanation? Simply that in some recess, some- beneath a mound of flowers. McKinley Schooler, a colored boy where in that child there was a focus who went to the Pen n year or so ago of hidden bacteria and in all profor hou'e-breakin-g is back in town bability a large percentage of those Blow. again, and on Monday was brought infections nre either in the tooth cav The followingitcm was taken from before Judge Stapp on a charge of ities or somewhere in close connection stealing harness from Mr. J. A. with tooth cavities." the Marion Falcon, nnd will be inter The pus from one abscessed tooth esting to many of our readers, who iioazicy. it seems that the negro got the harness in the day-tim- e and may supply u constant Infection to will agree that James Head is an ex attempted to trade them to the Gar- the membrane of the stomach, and ception, even tho he is too modest to rard Mill for coal when the engineer the result is gastric catarrh. The admit it: Did you ever notice that the prinat the Mill suspicioned something and contents of such a stomach, with the everycalled up Mr. Heazlcy, who promptly addeil handicap of poorly masticated cipal topic of conversation recegniied his harness and had the food, pass on into the smaller and where and on all occasions is the high It is really refreshnegro arrested and brought before larger intestines where the entire cost of living? re ing to find some one, who has not Judge Stnpp who after hearing the mass decays and been worried by the all important evidence of Mr. Ilcazley anil the en- sults. In the public schools it has been subject. gineer nt the Mill found the negro Joe Mike Purdy, the prosperous guilty and fixed his punishment at found that 40 per cent of the absent thirty days in the County Jail. This ees are caused by toothache or other route thrve farmer, is responsible for same negro spent a year and chrhtv preventable dental ills. It has been this item. White spending a pleaswith decayed ant short while in the Falcon office a days in jail on one stretch prior to'r,10"n ,hat children longer in com- - few days ago he told of a young man, his trip to "the pen". j teeth are six months me graues man tne cnimren who was in the Army for ten months, ( pieung I with good teeth and clean mouths. saw foreign service, returned to this iimeniber thnt it would not have been thereafter. I will run a truck from I ..t man i. i country, received his discharge and ......l. t.:n mure people .t i Boy outi iiu Lexington to Uuirnster, and will haul n "crowded he i: f glomus life" . , , reached his home and during the itev. j .u. .tioorman entert.nned a .!,um ou merchandise, no matter what it ;. u would onlh-ivspoilt it in sleep. f hi,!' frit'"'ls at "e Keniarlai,;fUfcc sfu, contriuiictio, ,hat it could whole ten months only spent $0.10. may bo at JU cents per hundred. ursuuj ill WHICH lime II be found thnt the losses from all such The young man is Jnmes Head, sou When ii woman has her hand full Also small packages taken nt reason Kd Lee Conn, li. S. M., who has j delightful dinner was served. Those Young all day, cooking and washing dishes, able rates. A trial will be appreciat just returned from France and is enjoying the hospitality of the irenul cases would exceed the cost of all of Frank Head, of Springfield. De Head was not especially anxious to necessary dental treatment. sweeping and sewing, and then finds ed. I.eiive Lexington at 10 o'clock. temporarily located at Camp Hill, Va parson" were; Messrs John M. Farm, pay but stated thut he that her work is never done, it is hard K. DAVKN'POUT. has returned to duty after a nriet s. Hughes, J. A. lleailey. P II fective teeth likewise interfere witli save his army nutiltion of children and the nourish neither chewed or smoked tobacco to convinre her that there is nn un Phone Hjirrodsburg, Ky. furlough. Hopkins, L. G. Davidson, Dr. W M. ment has, been found to be below nor nor drunk liquors; that the Governlt-pemployment problem. tergt. Conn came by to see lli Klliott and IE. I.. Klkin. mal in r2 por cent ofthose with one ment furnished him alt the clothes ho brother, George Y. Conn, of Haiti-molor more bad teeth. needed, boarded him well nnd paid his Our boys have brought, ho'ii" from Md., and was accompanied h One woman out of seven and one traveling expenses; the welfare agon- abroad some wend nml sinuous In .sister. Miss Yireinia Conn from Mrs. F. D. Palmeter, assisted by man out of eleven, after the age of cies gave him his writing materinls, French dances, such as the "frog Judge "Miter purci.ase.l the Lexington to Lancnster where the Mrs. Waltcn Moss, entertained the i thirty-fiv- e dance," "the trench cniwl'j "tin Iwelling of Mrs. Uriah Simpson last 1V,. been the sears, die of cancer in books, papers, etc., to read; they also of their brothers wounded wildcat" and others of that Saturday afternoon and possession .Messrs John St., James G. ami Tlios. Junior Missionary Society ut the j KiiBland. Cancer is sixth In the list furnished places of amusement to atIlk Ami they dance them when the was giten at unce. The price, while (v. Conn. .Methodist Parsonage Saturday after- of diseases thnt cause death in the tend; his mail required no stamps, so police allow it. United States. if he had not bought a razor, some not given out. is said to have been u 'flu, many friends of this nonular noon. There were twenty-si- x boys nnd Kood une. Judge Walker will ma'te . oumr soldier will he irlad to' know Different estimates indicate that souvenirs .ami hud his picture taken "1 he simple plan girls present. Men-i- tf After playing games, from nine to Slt.3 per cent at all can he would not have been out a cent. linprotcnicnts. adding ev- to come home to stnv That they should take who have the rill rooms nnd remodel the entire that he intends present Mr, Head had seen considerable of n( SOon as his enlistment has they were served with refreshments. cers are found on the tongue. Still power. All left after having spent a most Slates, England, nnd building. others declare that to the United )lH,,, completed, which will be in the And they should keep who can" afternoon together. s It will be a source of pleasure to spring of 1U20 under present condi- of all cancers are on expos- France, has had fine training, and an enticing formula, but if carried her friends us well us to the public to is ed surfaces where they should be dis- came back nearly $ 100 to the good. tlons. cut it would bear rather heavily on know that Mrs. Simps. ill continue covered early, operated upon ami It is not likely that there is another com, 00ihia line nnd ll.'j industrious middle class. Kqually significant is the es- instance like this among the millions lo run it lis a hoardil Kmiuse the re- - rcnorted excellent health, 10 lie savs ACRCS MARY UEAZLKY cured. one-thir- d to one-ha- lf of ot men called to the colors. Spring It is reported that Mexico and the mainder of the Jinr lih longer if she the best thimr about nrmv life in TRACT. AT HYATTSVILLK, front timate that bought France was the kindness of the lied ling over 1000 feet on P.lchmoml Pike. nil cancers lire found in tilt stomach field Sun. The Central Amiriciiu and South Ameri- so desires. Walker property was hy Judtie as an investment. iros and baivntion .nuy in whose ; r ght at village and It. It. station, also anil intestines. irritation that is can countries do not especially favor For Bed, Bo.srd and Laundry, The particular praise lie cannot say enough. on Kural Koute mail service. Incorporation of the'Munroe doctrine Here Is n iierfoet gem of misapplied SuhdiviJeJ inlo Lots of CO to 200 ft. frequently found to cause cancer in KmtlNii t'ti, in a woman answering nu in the League of Nations covenant. Ideal for n modest home; lays level I"'0 moutl' ls ,hl "hnrl '""ire of n de advertisement for ii French governess Big Lot-Sal- e. A pretty sure sign that the Incorporafhe above title is always appro ,m pair": "I know n little nncllh. in gently rolling, on the main pike. rayed, woin, misplaced or tarter-co- v tion should he made. priate when one speaks of a farm that The 1). A. Thomas llealty Company connecting eusy, nt once, lesoin the eouty seats, of Lan ert'd tooth. The constant rubbing of and emiM gl has bi en placed m the hand.i of are advertising in this Issue the puli the tongue, cheek, or Hps over n tooth In French, tor which I will be nour- Itichmond, Ky. Date and Tins is the Central Record's birthwinebrcnd the real estate man for 'lie tale of lots on Danville street. caster and produces an abrasion, an abrasion shed, lying down nnd bleached, who. must liberal terms made known in day. Thirty years young. rale. He always sells 'em. Some of which will be sold Saturday Anril develops into a sore, and from n sore I think, nre the conditions 'uu pair,'" next week's issue. Huston Transcript. These are very desirable lots I). A. Delineator, .Mc Calls nml nl kinds his recent sulci made within the past iL'tli. THOMAS 1IKAI.TY AUKNCY. it may pass on through various stages and we predict they will sell rapidly. See Mrs. Dolly Hrown week included the Frye Sale at of magazines. to cancer. The irritation produced 3.27-'Jt-pwhich brought $r,''.12 cash. Lots of this character aie very scarce by the sharp edge uf a poorly fitting cause ulcer of the stomach. The Pettus bale the day following, the ill Lancaster and will be in great deplate, bridge, crown or filling . has Certainly these dangers should im walls, delicious biscuits, farm containing K2 Pur, acres was sold mand later. U. D. McMurtry sold to V. A. Lear caused cancer of the mouth. pel every one to keep the teeth clean bread, rolls and cake made from Bal- to J, II. Ilryiin ut $17U an acre, Mr. There Is not a vucant house in the ol hogs for 17 rents. Cnncerous growths may also spring nnd filled. You should consult your lard's first patent Obelisk Flour. De. llryun paid rash fur this farm. This city of Lancaster and Inquiries nre from the irritated and injured gum lentist frequently. Uuy a good Farmers are very busy planting livered anywhere in the city. sah) "w lizard" also sold for W. K. made every day by parties who wish surrounding decayed and broken ooth-brusand use It regularly morn beds unit plowing. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. .Moss the farm that was recently pur- to rent nnd are unable to find homes. down teeth. Polyps grow from Irri- ing and evening, and after every Mr. and Mrs. Uttis Illakeman vis. chased of S. II. Doolln out the Kent- - This should not be the case and the R A t.K? tooth pulps. Uony growths re- meal if possible. tated Tun im.l frn.l, ...ilb Use u good tooth mil ited in Nicholasville Sunday, sult from chronic inflammation of the cleanser, such as your dentist wilt W, II. Urown i l'cr Lnlu' to Walter Humphrey for public spirited citizens of the town cows $ 140. un acre. John Stephen of New Castle Ind., covering of tooth roots. Injury to recommend. Mr. Moss paid 1125 and community should see thut these jun acre for it January 1st lust. conditions are corrected. One way is visiting his brother, Jim Stephen. the bony support of teeth by extract Dentist, W. Mr. Swlnebroud is going to sell is to buy some nice lots and build Poultry feed, baby chick feed, pure Mrs. J. II. McMurtry of Cincinnati ion has "resulted in the development of Office over Stormes Drug Store, wheat bran, dairy feed, ground bar- - another one next Thursday. Head houses that can be rented or sold ut Ohio, is the pleasant guest this week cancerous growths in these locations. Phone 229, Lancaster, Ky, Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. about It In this Issue. ley. reasonable prices. of It. D. McMurty and family. Defective and diseased teeth often (Adv.) Christian Church Notes. Supervisors JAIL AGAIN Special Drive Confirmed Thief Draws Thirty Days Third For Workers Conviction. High Cost of Living Got a knockout Protracted Meeting. fr ,.. !. .. New Truck Route. Garrard Entertained. Comes Home.1'! ,.:,.,, ,, Simpson House Sold. Junior Social. ' ,f At Auction. Swinebroad Sells 'Em. Polly's Bend. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919. t 'J Quality and Style Thats what we always give you in CLOTHING and give these two models the once over. We are keeping ahead of the clothing procession this season with the wonderful HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX line, styles are the best we ever saw, the waist line coat for young men material just like you used to see before the war. has the call. We have them in fine all-wool Stop in MENS AND YOUNG MENS SUITS Our Men's and Boys shoes are up to the minute for Style and mnil'-M-- $20. TO S40.-B0- YS KNEE SUITS $5. TO $18. You will find what you want in Shoes and Slippers for the kids at this store. Quality. We have the largest assortment of Ladies Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers we have ever carried. Copjtitht 1919 Hilt Muffncr Twf sW I S. Mart il"' Make your selections now while selecting is good. (rpyt.kbl 19'lUilU,iiI(im K Mart The House of Quality. Ideals. Ideal are like stars; jou will not Micreed In touching them with your g man on hands, hut like the choose them the desert of waters, as your guides, and, following them, you reach your destiny,. JAS. W. SMITH ' Lancaster, Kentucky. snj: PAINT LICK Chalk Substitute fop Cement. Ordinary chalk, treatiil h.v a now .1 I.. Coldiron was in Lexington on Kuropoan process, becomes n cheap substitute for cement, strong enough business, Monday. use. It sets In wn. for house-buildinMrs. K. I.. Woods was in Richmond te, and resists the action of moisture. Monday shopping. Magazine. Popular Mechanics Mr. Millard I.e.lford left Tuesday to consult a specialist. Miss Kate Kly will entertain the H. Y. I'. Friday evening. PRODUCE GROWERS KEPT IN TOUCH WITH The l'aint I.ick Garage has receded BY GOVERNMENT SERVICE another car load of Chevrolet cars. CONDITIONS Please leave news items at U. II. I.edford's store or Paint Lick garage. Miss Allie Kussell Fish was the you A LVOV'S. week-en- d visitor of friends in StanHC TO StU ? AMP ford. Craig Fish has joined the merchant marines and is now located at Itoston MONTHLY Mass. NtWS ARTICLES Miss Sadie IJalston of Georgetown with the College spent the week-en- d homefolks. .Miss Lucy Francis, one of our efficient teachers in the graded school lias measles. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Davis have returned to their home in Jackson Ky. ND CROP 1 r II nftcr a visit to her parents. .Mrs. James Elkin of Versailles vis-ite- il her sister, Mrs. I. C. ItucKcr and other relatives here last week. Miss Todd of Georgetown has returned home after a visit to friends and rclaties in and around here. Miss Madine Murphy was the guest Using the Government's Eyes to Improve Opportunities. of her grandmother, Mrs. Anne Mob-erla few (lays the past week. (Prepared by the United states Depart- he promptly regulates his seed beds ment ot .Agriculture.) H. II. Ledford has returned from and moisture in such way ns materiShaping one's course hy faith rather ally to advance the maturity of his the city where he purchased .1 nice than by fight Is doubtless good prac- crop tn take advantage of the shortage line of spring ami summer goods. tice, spiritually speaking, hut produce soon to occur. One such grower of growers used to find It mighty disPoultry feed, baby chick feed, pun-whehothouse lettuce says that tho govern astrous lu business. Of course, some ment crop and market reporting serbran, dairy feed, ground barley of them nre still following tho faith vice Is worth $.7)0 a year to him In lludkon, llughet and Farnau. Bystem of growing and marketing, bethat way. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Itayburn have cause they lmve not seen fit to use the More is another concrete Illustrahe sympathy of the community in the eyes furnished them by the governDuring the past season there loss of their little twin boy who passment In the crop and market reporting tion: was a short crop of potatoes In Virservice of the United States depart- ginia ed away Sunday. nnd Mnrlanil. Thn crop nnd ment of agriculture. These are still left Mr and Mrs. Wm. Ledford market reporting service Informed poplanting, gathering, and marketing tato growers over the country of that Tuesday for Louisville to visit their conmore ur less at random, but u In time for them to take udvan son, John S., who has returned from stantly Increasing number are looking fact tage of It. As 11 result, some southern overseas nnd is in the hospital nt around nnd ahead, toeing what other growers neni their potntoes for u rew rjan)p Taylor. sections nre doing, finding where any I growers shortage or surplus Is likely to be pro- weeks, while some northern .Iford entertained a Mar'! dug and marketed theirs a little ear- duced, ascertaining special advantages not only obtain- - j number of young people at dinner usual, thus or disadvantages In consuming centers, ller than Ing belter prices, but filling In n period J Sunday in honor of her guests. Misses nnd generally getting n forecast of the when there would have been otherwise Leona Webb of llerca, and Kdith market from crop nnd other conditions ix shortnge of new potatoes. liruugliton, of Waco. the country over. Shows Market Advantages. w ,, ,,arks camu very ncar lojillK potato southern The farslghled The service Indicates, to the grower; , ia r,.s,ience last wt.uk by lire grower no longer plants blindly or by Two rote. He takes Into account the vol- who uses It ntelllgen. y. temtwum thoy of roof 1)Urneil . bef , ' advantages. . . A clly' , ume nnd probable movement of the and local market l northern crop nnd the quantity of the that Ibis week Is an extremely poiir.l"u"c","",,"l:u""" uy u ep.uiv market for a particular commodity thought 10 nave siurieu old crop likely to come over till spring. may bo the bst market for that com- lighting on the roof. The northern grower watches the of tho southern crop. If modity next week. Tho grower who Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Parks and all the southern acreage Is reduced, If has followed the reports and correctly who were in danger wish to thank interpreted conditions Is thus In there nre late freezes. If anything hapof ,.ant Uck w,o so B001, . pens to bring about n material reduc- tlon to ship In such way as to get his,,' ianlc t0 th?,r tion of the crop In the South or In produce on that market at the begin- - k'"JI; nous tame su near ucihk their any large potato-growinsection of nine of better prices. by lire last week. The results nre beneficial alike tn northern the North, the wide-awak- e of the Christian grower is In position tn make money producer and consumer. The producer The members takes advantage, of I lie maiket where Church will send a cuse or two of eggs by putting In n late acreage and It. The Texas onion grower, prices are best. The consumer has a to tho Orphans Home at Louisville, before time for planting, takes Into more regular supply and usually with- for Kaster, and all who wish to conthe quantity of old out extreme lluduatlnns In prices. Of consideration are requested to taku their northern stock In storage nnd the rate course, such application of benefits Is tribute going to market. not yet universal. The service Is com- donations to Mr. llurchcll's htore. nt which it Is paratively new and many people lime Worth $500 to This Grower. In n score of lines the same system not yet learned to nvall themseltes of Lake With No Outlet. It, However, the IK! permanent branch Is being followed. Take, for IllustraI.nkit Chad, In the heart of H.ist tion, the case of n grower of hothouse olllces of the bureau ot markets and has 111 known outlet for tho lettuce In the neighborhood of one of the numerous temporary stations In Many rlwrs imurlng Into It. Its wn largo eastern cities. Ordinarily he shipping anas bring within reach of tcis rise and fall Willi great rapidity. the grows to meet a fulrly late market, practically all shippers the InformaThe Alexander expedition records that After the Florida and South Carolina tion furnished In the form of dully ftrqueiitly spaces, over which they had crops are off. Hut If be receives news market bulleilrs, weekly market re- hailed in the morning hail by evening tit a destructive freeze In the South, views and monthly news articles. become stretches of dried mud. Mental Strain for the Kid. much of must rot export t the hlld mid probablv all that we enn reasonably nk Is th.it In1 see that the safety pin Is closed lwfi.ro sal-'lowin- g It. Ohio Slate Journal. We Peanuts er Steak? An article on nnirllt.iis ftssis 'There Is about n mtiib nourishment in a quart of poanuls as there Is In three txmnds of t,ak." lint no grny nothing for the dog. and no IuiMi A) with sadiies.' at ui) door, nnd while rim.-- , I No Time for Sadness. I She often raps try not tn Im ! nlwus pntend to viry bus). Just a light word ' recognition b wa)' o' common liti lies ' Then IniiKh If J mi ran. an' 1I0 It quickly, lad, 111 l,o will pass on. Kxchnnce. the first day. Sacrilege. The Kansas Industrialist ay skunk rattlesnake ell are worthless ns liniments for rbi iimatliii ani kindred Ills, ,lut Iiijw should college papers be nllou.il to gu In Interference with free beliefs founded on the Pretty soon traditions of renitirles? thrs,, ,ning whlppernappcrs will be telling us that usafoetlila amulets ward qff neltb 'r germs nor dell, nnd that rul b. .ids around the neck won't st( p nosebleed. llrlt. oil and I ' l, JLJt, Woo J Reading Uieleij Without Action. If you want to get value out of n hook. however, don't loan on It n Ihoiish sou were a cripple. A book ou by shier force nnd can't take good Job, or put project you Into motv money In jour pay imrlopo, or make 5011 Industrious or patient ulon u are otherwise. All jou can ep.s-- t of a hook Is that It tills you how these Ihlnzs can be accomplished. The real Job Ilex with you. Ljbor.Savlrj Devices. Water Is usisl fo triinss,rt fine roiil lliroucli plM-- s mul-li- i Oregon n blast of air Is ti.,l f,. I ,d Uay In freight rnr-- . The hay Is driiMii up to n deck er Mont the rnr to Ih- - loaded. 11 crane th.ti lifts the hay to this plat form, nliil hbiwrl, !neti ht 0 ,;iiso-llnengine, bulls the liny fori Ibl) Into the rnr. pnrUnj It Utter than ran ! itone with old fashioned hand fork. J J f' Auction Sale OF 40-ACR- ES -- 4C BOYLE COUNTY LAND ON ihursday, April 10th. I WILL SELL FOR W. B. TEVVMEY, Forty Acreof Good Land ,.,,, '' unimproved, being a part of the JOE McDOWELL, JR., FARM, recently purchased by Mr. Tewmey. LOCATION-- 6 miles from Danville, Perryville Pike. This land will be sold to the "High Dollar" on the same date that Mr. McDowell sells his personal property. Attend this sale, look over the land and come prepared to buy, as is known Mr. Tewmey purchased the entire farm of 240 acres from Mr. McDowell, he has sold 200 acres of it and WILL NOW GIVE SOME ONE A BARGAIN IN THE 40 ACRE TRACT. SWIKEHOAD, The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER, KY. or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. The Central Record, Lancaster, GAVE UNTIL Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919. IT HURT. This Man Reneged And is Latest Says He's Down And I'm Thru-enz- a Afriiction among war Out. Workers.-Sympto- ms rcri'iit attempt to raise some money fur u charitable purpose brought forth the following heart to This Disbreaking reply: ease Are Dear Sir: have your letter requesting ilo Rapidly. iintiun for what you consider n very I llntter myself that worthy enue. With the cessation of hostilities, a I have a spirit of loyalty anil genernew epidemic has appeared. It 19 osity. I hate contributed to every known in the "I'm and nljjeit that has heen presented to me very peculiar its ravage are confined I A DEADLY GERM DISCOVERED. Build Now -- 2 A -- Peculiar Spreading 1 11 House, Garage. Barn, Shed, Hen House, Chicken Coop. Hog House, Fence, Etc. We Carry Everything In the Building Line. Yellow Pine, Framiri";, Timbers, FlooriiiK, CeilinK nnd Finish, Red Cypress Sidinjr, Outside Finish, Mouldings. Hud Cedar Siding and Shingles, Douglas Fir Columns, Hatts and Mouldings, White Pine Doors, Window Sash nnd Mouldings, White Oak Wngon nnd Shop Timber. Sherwin-Willinm- s Paints, Oils and Varnishes. United States Gypsum Wood and Hair Plaster, II. Speed Portlantl Cement. J. Asbestes and Hubber Roofing, Ford Red Slate and Rubber Roofings, Reaver Hoard, Huilders Hardware, Sand, Stone, Brick, Etc. A Large Stock, Highest Quality and Promp Service. Johns-Manville Thru-enin- " Finest Bur!ey Tobacco Mdlow-age- d til! Perfect a dash of Chocolate a' X&tfS n.el. r.'ect Jul for Iip and Cif trrtln have to decline helping your but rnuse nloni: for the following reasons: I have heen held up, hehl down sandbuged, walked on, rat on, rolled over, flattened out, anil squeezed; first hy the United State Government for the Federal War Tax, the excess profits tax, the l.iherty Loan llonds ami the bonds of matrimony; In New Jersey for the State Tax, the highway tax, the income tax, the auto tax, school tax, cat tax, ami syntax, anil every society anil organization the in ventive mind of man can invent to extract what you may or nmy not possess, from the Society of John the Baptist, the 0. A. It., the Women's re lief corps, the men's relief, the stom ach relief, the wifeless, the husband- less, the childless, the conscienceless, the navy league, the Hed Cross, the green cross, the double cross, and every other cross of all colors, and by the children's home, the Dorcas so ciety and the hospital. One of my mills burned down, the hen house and board walk blew away and, because I will not sell all that I have to go beg. borrow, and steal, I have been cussed and discussed, boycotted, talked to and talked about. lied to and lied about, held up, hung up, robbed and nearly ruined, and the only reason I am clinging to life is to i see what in h- coming next. Very truly yours. to wnr workers only. The initial symptom is a sense of lassitude n feeling of "What's the use? It's nil over. Why should 1 do war work?" .Steps are heini; taken to isolate the also those who are carrying it. Kerm The epidemic is not wide-spreanevertheless its advance he must stemmed. 11 marked "Colli Kect" is sympton. Another indication of the presence of the term is forwetfulness (that the hoys are still over there.) The victim as a rule cannot con entrntc the mind (on war work.) The siht becomes impaired (can't see solicitors for war relief funds.) The ears become alTected (can't hear the appeals of the world for food.) Heart doesn't beat as it used to, and in advanced state that orpin seems turneil to stone. A vaccine consisting of equal parts of tincture of I won't quit ami cood American spirits, a dash of patriotism anil a pack of pep is effective. Ohio Council National Defense. Reflections of a Baldhead. Instead of Hi'- - hairs of our head be- ItiC numbered, we would prefer to lime them fastened In belter. I!olon Transcript. Lincoln's. Abraham I.lnioln had the habit of currjirn: In bis Mcket four or tie ei ut .lib with a hole mi lluii they were ;!iu' 011 a hiring. One of them be t l!ceutly Mrs. J. I.. Underwood .0 N wcnstle, l'a., found such a cent bearini: date lM'i III a Held near City, and she has refuted ('SAI for it. May H. BASTIiN & CO. AT APEX OF SPRING STYLES Dates of Western Trading Companies. The Hudson's liny company was chartered In 1(570 by Prince Itupert nnd others. The North Vet Fur company of Montreal was formed In 1770, . mid the two Joined forces In 1821. One Ton Ford Chaid Drive Have Been Your Nose Knows" p Guaranteed by INCOIKiCIUTID Don'i i'bca icsir Liver to Action NN One Ton Republic Rebuilt Like New $500 Ovffrcom Bitlousnttt Cvnttlpa tien. Sick Haadach, QutcMy. No Crialni or Pain. Curanttd. Harry P. Kelly Distributor- $850 SI. Mxiut 1. mM.il. nrntri urtlrr nnilf ttl iWimt rln-lallow It t thru nrj Nitir tin wtT Counted 93,000 Antt. Mrr llliin nf frrb, rUnr i1Im:1!.M Mum; All nnt hill tun f t In IiWkM or rnlu wnttr m ttif wnhfl iitHtiit iin.ooo iini4, nrnrilliiK to for n iluy or two nmt let thi' ohMTMitloui iiimI nnintlnc. hnkr fton ex I Mttlt. two jcur, currird out by '!.. r ciii.fnl of Urn with .!.. hnlf I'lni of .tcr. wlnri tit':l well mM m' .f nf tit Mir t tmmilKhly. Lime Water. The Best Teacher. lit Is thr U'M trwlii-- nf other M ho Ih Wh inuiMit htiiiHf; thtit which wi' know titxl runimt hut omniu-hlciitDr. Aruoht. !' iiy. a ir nuturulH. Relic Queerly Preterved. Inillo trim Inrhm nnc. iip Subitltutei for Hickory, hu4- hmiI iy Siwctflaitloip for Imiiill" for In l In imltliiK 1'U1 for hulh'tH mini) during trriiclilitc tooN wen l a en, uun found In tlx th v.ur b th fon ft priKluot hihora , of ii n (ink tn Hiiwnl up for llr tory at .MntltMn, nlloultii: r'viii Militl-tuwimhI Ht South Altoonn, I'n. Itlnc on iwrl" In plrm of hU'kory iind nl-- . , Him irro Imllnitt' It wn niort tlian on1 thTi'hy mnk ti orrtnln minor h old. Th hot!. tu:n) hundrtil uk his.n1!iN' i:r'tl. ItHTfnil luiniml utrrl, W vl.ifH of itnit.Thil timl nt i of flu llrii'ft tor thin Int Hu tin in nw Immii drht-ni.' Hint' vUlnu -- nllofiulDry hnu irtc wln't. It wit it niplllik'. dlr. t'tihiTftUy Uulhtln. A Meet (MtMil to hn )ar lth ralomrl or fortlnc uur hoHrlt with Irritating lax.it or vlroiia; catJiartlc la a gnat ml'taV. A t i"trpnfitli-nlrtrr. Kifrr ilan ami tonlni: the who! utnl chmlna-th- t lrtl.o rytrm with Nature Remedy NU Tablela). which not only brings Imnmllut rttlf f. hut ffrnulna ami lait-Inbenefit, it nctit m tlio stomach. ller. Injuria ami kldnrys. Improves dictation ami assimilation, overcome tlllousncaf, corrects constlpatloa and ;ulckly nick lieatlache. Cct )our pystrni thoroughly cleaniM anJ rurliletl lor once; stomach, IHer nnj Uils wurklntc together In harmony, ana you will not hato to takn mtsJiclno e?ery day Just taka on fill Tablet occasionally to keep our system In rood condition and al ayn feel your lest. ltemembrr It Is raster and cheaper to keep welt than It la to welt Oet u :3c box and try It with the undcrstanllnjr that It must frlve you irreabir relief and benelU than uny tonel or 111 mitllclna you rver rr iu pay. it Nature's Remedy unl (Ml Tablets) Ij olI. RuiruntiHl and Tim orcani ct dlRration, nnslmlla niil i Ilmlnattun th ntumacti, r and tovnl iro lnply nUUil, anl tit pmiKT aclln nf tany f tlie, oricinii la UrgrW iliirn!-nUNin tda cutriMt funcllyiilnn of nil the otlirra. (VIiliiilnj?" Jour liver Intu action tlin rlli3 rt recommended by jour drutfjjlst. STATEMENT Of the Ownership, agement, Circulation, Etc., Required by the Act of Congress Of August, 24, 1912. 19111. REPUBLIC MOTOR TRUCKS Why Hens Cackle. J 1. I Hens cackle when they lay fur the 1010 GUUflAT XiitcltmjII.Q i: ame reason that the ilnlnc of which human holnc are meant II nn to do pKcs thi in plenMire, liiitlm the action. Kor the same reaLjc!( Decent. son 11 ilo waits his tall when It is The return to favor of ostrich Hobby's father was n photographer, jil.itil. Kcn human, when pleaied plumes. lniniNome feather ornaments, wbls-t- l mil the llltle fellow had often seen wiiu Ho iaehe, want to sine, or or tlanc-e- . or express their emotions and masses of rich (lowers, with much dm tnke pictures nnd heard him elaboration In millinery, phici-- s hats for the pinple to "Look pleasant, In mic way. matrons at the apex of spring style?. dense." One day he obtained 11 small, The three hats shown above Include a .vornout camera and pretended to take dress hnt with rich ostrich plumes, a lis little plnjumte'H picture, fiettlng smart street hut with a velct bow, icr to stand for a snapshot, he direct-si- : and semi-dreshat "Now, Hazel, Man- - wonderful s feather. In black, with a decent, please." stand still and look Of The Central Record, published weekly at Lancaster Ky, for April I ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to announce to the Auto Owners of Central Kentucky that we have recently added to our BIG GARAGE RADIATOR REPAIRING WELDING, BRAZING BATTERY REPAIRING AND CHARGING -E- ver-ready. - i n n : i n - CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS. ETC,1r Send Via Parcel Post r" "'Roberts, u..t.r. IN Ky State of Kentucky, County of Carrard, llefore me, a Notary I'ublic in and for the State and county aforesaid. personally appeared I!. U Klkin, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the l'ublisher of the Central Kecord, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, 11 true state nient of the ownership management (and if a daily paper the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, l'.'l'J, embodied in section Hit, Pos tal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1 That the names and addresses managing of the publisher, editor, editor, and business managers lire: l'ublisher, K. I. Klkin, Lancaster, Ky. Kditor, J. K. Kobinson, Lancaster, Ky. "CAPE AND COAT ONE' SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, KY. Known all over America 31 1CZ3C DC FQRDSON TRACTORS Wc have for immediate delivery two FORDSON TRACTORS with two gang OLIVER PLOWS. Will make special prices on these TRACTORS if sold in thirty days. Tim criici' nf cupi'S mid tl ronvi-n-Irmnf cnalu uri' Johuil In iiiniiy wrnjn tliln iirliiB. A liuppy oiunhlnu-tlo- n Is hlinnn In (ho piiluri- - iiliorv licri' ii slmrt sliinililir iit MipporlH a lone, loiiP I'imt. which fulU In liox-plu- it fruin It. rolnnil velours it the muliTlnl umm), und the lint liuttoni set QlnnK tlu viSkv ot tliu cujio purtlon art c'uM'ivcl Willi It. Tills coat has no collar, Imt u Kllk Kcnrf Is worn wlih It lu'ii ncixli'il. The coat la elisht liiihcn Khorler than the dress skirt. There Is u Kreater lilfference In lencth tietween coats unil (klrta this year than last oulug to the arrival of skirls considerably longer than they have been. .Managing Kditor, Ii. I.. Klkin, Lan- caster, Kentucky. Dusiness Manager, Ii. L. And sell the best batteries on the market We can do any kind of Auto Repairing promptly. Make our Garage your headquarters when you are in Danville. We keep a complete line of Tires, Tubes and all kinds of accessories. Klkin, Uincnstcr, Kentucky. 2. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or, if a corporation, give its name nnd the names nnd addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Proprietor. stock.) J. K. Kobinson, Uuicaster, Ky. 3, That the known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holdper cent or ers owning or holding of bonds, more of total amount mortgages, or other securities are: (If there are none, so state.) 1 DANVILLE MOTOR CO Incorporated None. Ii. L. Klkin. Sworn to und subscribed before me this a 1st day of March 1910, W. K. Ky, Champ, Notary I'ublic, My commission expires Jan. 18, 1920. Walnut St. 3 Phone 798. n Danville, Ky n n imaai DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ir The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919. EIFfSE8l must close the house for the time being. hoped that when the It Congress convenes You'll Pick a Winner it nt once tnke immigration up the sideration of the 3 is Sixty-Sixt- h MAKE YOUR OWN HOME NEW will con And still retain the cozlhess. You feel tight at home among our Furnishings When you choose our immense stock of HARDWARE, I bill which failed of passage or HI of n similar one. The present ' conditions demand it. "FAITH, HOPE AND CHAk-ITBUT THE GREATEST OF THESE IS CHARITY". j We are Furniture Dealers DeLuxe. Our stock of Chairs, Tables, Buffets, Beds, Sideboards, etc., is a perfect arrangement of every KITCHEN WARE, FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. I modern aristocratic furniture pattern. i. i: "I see before me, stretching Time Speeds Where mile after mile into the horizon, d spaces the bleak Rapidly and Better of war stricken Eastern Europe. I see the long tragic row Opportunity Furniture of carts and wngons drawn by Let us promise you quick service and emaciated beasts whose bones Never Costs satisfaction and then protrude through mangy skins. Upon these carts and wagons 1 Waits. No More. Give us a chance to keep our Promise. see the tragic remnants of what was once a home. I see the old men walking by the side of the bowed horse, grandfathers with physical and mental sufI'irturt'il above Is an example of o r of (I..- exclusive tyli This beautiful Golden Oak lit "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." fering, and bearing upon their people .Unlet to meet the iln.n iiinntim: ti.- l of or Fumed Finish BUFFET, withered faces the hideous 31 of moderate menu. We are offering 'he entire net at the fir well made and finished, lined agony and starvation. scars of ( .er prin of the lluffct .in. Table be li.ul .n Mu'w.K.iny, silver drawer, large bins, And I see the women huddled j orators, general among the bundles and bag., jurists of Fun e l Oak er Ai.hticbii Walnut. The Central Record regular price again have led shivering and sobbing, with P. nee many pieces rnnnot be 'jr'icili' I n $t.50 a Ye.r. who time and lltued Wwkly. .ir , i t to victory, it is their wasted eyes gazing out lintish armies Payable in Advance. uoul I he ndv inble. SALE PRICE S32.50 merely a plea for cool heads upon that endJ. E. ROBINSON, Editor. and clarified theorizing. less freezing plain." P.. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mcr. j To dissolve nations into their NEW ICEBURG "But these are the fortunate innVinnl rnivmnimnta M lint tin ones. Behind them in a long REFRIGERATORS. irresponsible that procesfion trail those miser..s,i.m.Maii some visionaries joy-rid- e imagine. If able creatures who have no M.nitnr We have a carload of tl.cm. Iu the bundle of fagots is broken carts, no horses, no bundles a year niro wht-- the price was e .r,. will be save those upon e Member Kentucky Press Association too completely there He sold thi wonderful I n,-- ( r their back. A JO Ibej are n a le vf ' .ir i.ir- nothing left but sawdust. It is child passes, and I notice that ea.oned wood wi'ii imIvjiuzc I ' Eichtli District Publishers League. harder to mend than to break he leaves behind him in the .in T;, finished in white em el, or In parts of England the Dan jr nume porn-Inlined with r. 'ile Ratci For Political Announcements. ish element predominates over snow a bloody little foot' print 'selves that we k'unrant. e nv' U ra ' soleless in Russia! and City Offices. $5.00 the Saxon, the Norman and the Zero and For Precinct l'r. i' - r.mir nu from And so, starving and stagger 10.00 For County Offices In parts of America the ing, and now anil then falling $10.00 to $75.00. 15.00 Celt. For State and District Offices.. Try in the snow drifts, 'never to rise predominates. .10 African per line For Calls, .10 this program of disruption if again, they plod their hopeless "or Cards, per line For all publications in the interyou want to, but its problems way from the charred and est of individuals or expresare not without a certain com desecrated ruins of the only sion of Individual views, per plexity, and the more consist' homes they ever knew." DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE AND RUG STORE. line.-- j - .10 the more .05 ently we theorize Obituaries, per line "In America today the thea complex they become. tre and cabarets, the dance halls anil picture palaces are Lancaster, Ky., April 3, 1919 THE IMMIGRATION BILL. jammed to the doors. People Among the bills which failed crowd into the streets await ' Amid the discussion of vvarlQOVERNOR'S JOBS. THE CLAIMS OF to pass in the closing hours of ing their turn to see their 'Returning soldiers can't get' indemnities the voice of the In LITTLE NATIONS. the Sixty-Fift- h Congress was a favorite actors and dramas. PROCLAMATION ! hotels and restaurants the men jobs." Some of them can't German apologia is uplifted.1 It is time for the American bill restricting immigration for .vho We are told that the gastly made 'millions because of certainly. Cmernor A O Stanley hn luunl Indian to be heard at the peace the next four years. And there are some jobs that catalogue of Germany's crimes the fulluuinir proclamation from hin The failure to pass this bill the war are eating choice food can't get soldiers. These jobs was the fault of the Kaiser and office table. prepared by high salaried ex This gentleman has been a was an unfortunate eircum his immediate entourage. Had "TO TDK I'KOI'l.t: OK KK.NTUC-Kperts paid to tickle the palate ire on the farms. little neglected. The demands stance. Immigration into this CIEKKTINCS: Twelve mouths ago the far the bulk of the German people of the fastidious. Cocktails Wherein, the reeeilini; of the various races that claim country has almost ceased since rmie of mers were wondering now to been given a voice they would artichokes; lobster and the the right to develop as inde- the Great War began. If it is and get through the year after los have forbidden the whole pro- wakeCentral I'owrm hae left in their chicken a la King; french I'as- intlecribab!e cene of ufferimr pendent nationalities have desirable to limit immigration try anil privation, torture, famine ami and cheese that costs a dol ing the boys. And, by achiev gram of atrocity. the present is the time to do so. nearly all found expression. Two years ago the same ileath, our iluty to the oppress! ami ing the impossible, they ditl. It will occasion less inconven lar a portion But how about the Injun? They say they can t do it apologist was informing us that enslaveil people of the Ol.l Worhl i "And over in Eastern Europe only half finished when It may be urged that he has ience and create less feeling ragged freezing child is sob twice. They must have the this was not a war of demo- ilriven from the Imr.li-r- the invader is of lhee mf. fused with the American na- than at a period when the im a boys back. And it seems only cracy against despotism, be ferintr lamK It m its little heart out for the a !leaant nn.l a tion. True, but after subjuga- migration tide might be at full bins reasonable to release skilled cause the German form of gov- Cbriatian duty to minifter to the want of a crust of bread." tion. He accepted national flow. farm help from the army and ernment was as representative uiiiru of those whom ui- - l.ac made After it war there is always extinction to escape physical keep those who have no jolts as that of any republic. It was free. "The boon of .freedom itnelf canFrance's stipulation that the waiting for them. No one to iuote one of the most loqua extinction. His was the bitter a time when manufacturing or choice of alternatives that fol- and commerce refit themselves German territory lying west of could call it favoritism, for a cious of Germany's defenders, not Hive the Marvin from the nuked from the uinds of winter, to the conditions of peace. At the Rhine be ceded to her farm-hand- 's lows conquest. job is not an easy "a . magnificent experiment in or home the homelem. Well, then. It is so long such a time capital is timid, and seems to have been turned money proposition. And then-woul- applied socialism". "Today upon the Kastern front since his subjugation that it is it is only step by step that es- down by the peace conference. be no difficulty in pickNow is the time for some ar- there are untold million of men. unpractical to dig up his tablished enterprises broaden If so, the decision is a wise one. ing the men out, as they were tist in to recon- womm. and ihildren of the Jewinh claims. They were buried with their scope or new ones adIt is not surprising that classified according to voca- cile these two pronouncements race who are in the direct need of thu umplent necewiities of life and unleiw his hatchet. He is part of us, vance. Over a million young France, embittered for fifty tions when the draft took' them they find mccor here ami find it with-oand to hand him back his inde- men are now returning from years by the cession of Alsace- - i way. delay. tliee war We certainly have all of us nink forever under the sufferer will pendence and the American France to such conditions, as Lorraine to Germany after the burden of When spring comes we all excellent reasons for trusting want and opprennioii, torture and continent, which is his by j we have just described. We war of 1871, should now seek a which no tongue can tell or pen squatters right would be too cannot tell whether an inrush similar advantage. But the feel the influence of the mild to Mr. Hoover's opinions in re portray. ' violent n resolution into origi- of immigration from Europe very fact that the Alsace-Lorrain- e air and sunshine and general gard to food. And he has just "To the ttiil of tliene victim of might be probable, or what efinformed us why American brutality the Kentucky question has been a con renewal of the year. nal elements. Division of garments and food should be shipped to Ger the Amcucan JcwUh lielief Commit, fect it might have upon this stant menace to the peace of Is it so long since he was Our winter vanquished? If this lapse of country. But we do know that Europe shows the futility of furnishings he urn worn and many, taking the subject from tee has determined to carry on a for the raitn of fumU. heavy and dim, and we long nine different points of view. time kills his claim, then Ire- it is our clear duty to protect such a step. One of the most practical of "Therefore, I, A. O. Stanley, (lov. Race, religion, language and for the fresh spring dress or land's is not only dead by pet- our young men against any bad irnor of Kentucky, ismiu this, procrified. The red man had his results which such a possible national customs form the nat- coat, and trim new pumps or those reasons is that famine lamation nettiiiK aside April 7th to anarchy, and anarchy Ilth. I'JIU, an Jewish War lielief independence long after Ire- influx of European labor might ural boundaries of countries. O.xfonfs, and the new hat that breeds is infectious. If hungry Ger D.iyo in the .Slate of Kentucky. land merged with Great Bri- cause. Bismarck himself, shrewd di befits the season. "IN TESTIMONY whereof. I have The United States has al- plomat and statesman that he Ami when we look the house many received the gospel of tain. But Indians are savages. ways been known as the "re- was, said at the time of the ces over we see tho need of fresh Bolshevism, and it spread from cauned llieiiu letter to lie made patent, and the uoul of the Common-wealtAre they? Our boasted civili- fuge of the oppressed of all sion of Alsace-Lorrain"I do curtains in this room, a new Germany to France and Engto be hereunto uffixed. Done so zation is not worth a bean if it nations." By restricting im- not like having many rug in that, a piece of new fur- land, it would be more than at Frankfort, the twenty-fourtday likely to trouble us in the Unit- oi ..inrcn, in the year of our Lord omi left him where it found him. migration for a time it will not Frenchmen in our house against niture elsewhere. thousand nine hundred and nineteen, But it did not. Among the ranks abandon its principles. It is in their will." The splendor of Ilemembcr that our local ed States. h Another reason is that Ger and in the one hundred and of lawyers, physicians and the position of a man who has the prize, however, overcame dealers have fresh and seasonyear of the Commonwealth". always been truly hospitable his better judgment. many must have food in order able stocks to show you. You other men of culture the red A. 0. STANI.KY. Europe will not repeat this will bo able to thoroughly ex- - to get back to production and man holds his own with the and has opened his house for Cnvernor of Kentucky. pale-facThere are parts of the shelter and comfort of mistake. Placing any consid- amino your goods before pur-- have the wherewithal to pay MAKE IT AT HOME Ireland where the inhabitants many people. The time comes erable amount of German ter- lllumiiK, iii,i ,!! uuti; mu m i indemnities. tight against education with when he wishes to repair and ritory under the government of tendance of people whom you Mr. Hoover does not neglect ? "(ict n bottle of KAHItlS IIKAI,- the same persistency that the refit his home, and to study the Frunce would be an error know, who understands your. humanitarian reasons, and he IN(! JtKMKDY. .Make it iiciordim: .Save Sl.fiO and you Indian shows in embracing it. possibilities of achlejjng a whose correction would be needs and tastes and will give also says that we have not been to directions. huvo find you broader usefulness in flie fu- made some day. in "blood and you pleasant and courteous and ure not lighting women will remedy known.made tho beat henl-Ind This is no tirade against and children. service. the birthplace of poets, ture. To bring this about he iron". W. A. MCKKK80N. snow-mantle- iHHlilHfl5i mm I Mil Conn Brothers. Gir I Buffet's Period Dining Room Suits God-forsak- -- L. B. SflPP FURNITURE COMPANY. DANVIL.LE, - KENTUCKY. A word-juggle- nut-rajr- c, ii ' h e, h twenty-sevent- e. Ire-lan- TV-'- 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 3. 1919. blanks Ky fur Triplication SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER I. so that 1S00 the acreage was 20,229. Later deslp.tutica frr the Stale are not avail linquency which will nccrue when his nlito; but tl ere hat been u very large force begins n canvas of the district, fncrcaso since that time. Kspeclnlly which will be within the next few it this true for the limestone lands of nppruvcil February IMth, The Art northern Kentucky in the region of ,lays. 1 10IU, Imposes a special tax on The new law also imposes a tux of I'enclictcti County where sweet clover carrying on the business of I dvc per cent on the amount for rntuly ' r trep.red the way for ntfalfn. In operating or renting pnsscngcr manufactured nml sold In this dis-- ' li'lfj there were 10,000 ncres report-i- i for hire Thin tax npplles to trlct, on and after February Sfitli. for the county." every automobile owner or operntor The tnx on sales made from Kcbrunry "'"'lis new circular Rives the render pay or who hits nt nny 25th to JRlh Inclusive must be T: t'i- - scry who lUTi'ptii l.itet information concerntime finer January 1st, 10111, accept-ci- l ported and paid within the month of ing the growing and harvesting of passengers, pay t"r carrying or March, The tnx in sales ,n sjof-pen- t this most vnlunble hay crop. The who dor or linn finer Jnnunry Int, months must !. reported cn . farmer, who is thinking of sowing nutomo-bil- e hired or rented u pnrscngcr paid in the month following that in ro.ne alfalfa in the near future, to nny person. houhl write at once to the College which the sales were made. The annual rate is $10.00 for each ,of Agriculture nt Lexington unit nsk tar having n (rating capacity of more for Circular No. 70. thnn two nml not more than seven, .and $20.00 for each ear having u MatAlfalfa has had n long hard fight Sounded Like That. Dorothy's mother was getting her to ing rapacity of more than seven. I to gain a place on the American January) Int (farm. In 179H Ceorge Washington rriient the Lord's prayer, and nil went The law lierame clicctive ell until near the end. "And deliver 1U13, nml those who ilhl bushiest in had iulte n lie Id of alfalfa nt Mt. ell," said her mother. "And ernon. Ills success in growing us from us that month must pay $S.OO or $10.00 from menles." repeated delher for each rnr nrrording to seating "lucerne", ns he called it in his dairy', Dorothy. Boston Transcript. rapacity. Those who begun business was not great because his soil was in February must pay $4.17 or J8.34; deficient in lime. IN PIGS CONSTIPATION The growing of this wonderful in March $:i.:il or $0.08; In April, S2.H0 or $5.00: in .May $1.07 or $3.31 legume has increased tremendously Do not let your plus become connml in June 84 rrnU or $l.fi8 accordin Kentucky in the past twenty sears. stipated, their liver inactive. If you ing to seating rapacity. Beginning Circular No. 70, "Alfalfa" has the do, they will be an easy prey to disJuly 1st tax must be paid for a full following to say concerning the acre- ease. Give them II. A. THOMAS' age in this State. HOC I'OWDKi:, the Ideal laxative j ear to the following June 30. f "In Ih'JH the census report gave tonic and worm expeller. Interested parties should apply to Collector John W Hughes nt Danville 808 ncres of alfalfa for Kentucky. In W A. MCKKKSON. AUTO RENTERS Must Pay Special Tax. they may escnpc the penalty for DOORS CLOSED TO HUN TRADE , Importers of German Specialties Warned They Are Subject To Prosecution By Enemy Trade Act. WASHINGTON, Germun hopes of reconquering Americans markets received another blow last week. Users of dyes, chemicals, fertilizers and other products originated by German science were notified by the Alien Property Custodian that importations from Germany hereafter would be subject to prosecution ns infringement of patents licensed under the trading with the enemy act for use by American maunfacturers. Possibility of n dumping of a great surplus stocks which Germans was reported to have accumulated with the intention of under selling and perhaps stilling the Infant American industries in the same lines thus has ts been blocked effectually before could begin. Government otriciuls regarded the decision ns importance to business in this country. Seventy hundreil patents registered in this country by Germans, the most important covering the manufacture of ilycs and drugs., for which this country ha3 been virtually dependent on Germany, have been licensed for use byAmericans and new names substituted for the foreign designations to miike the industries more ' thoroughly American. The law pro vides n fixed compensation to the ciiginator of the patent. While the alien projerty rustod- imi's opinion did not touch on copyrights, which also come under his Jurisdiction, it was said informally that the same principle would apply-oseveral German-owne- d operas and various scientific works which hac been licensed for production and publication in the United States. D I IE Ice Cream and 2 Alfalfa Had Hard Fight Phone 56 BASTIN BROS. t irir: Di iriP Sure Sign. Said tho bend barber (all barber 'lie he.nl one , Min'ly ypeaklnc), "I can nluaj'H tell u man who s used to thnvlnc hlmelf hy the wnv hi- - tries to tiff out Ills cheeks lii tlclclMi places." Flrct Impressions. Mrs. Mcl'hcron Ccm ye lend mo n bowl, Jin. MeXilsh? I wldna JNt like our new lodger to take his par-rlt- li fra the pot for the first day or two. Kxchangc. Modern Slavery. There ! no legal ami formal slavery now In nny Oiut'an country. It Mir-lvi- ;i In a mild form In nuu-- t Mohammedan countries. The ieonnge )Mcm of Intln Atnerlran muntrlei Is not much different from hlnwry, hut reMt upon a different theory. The peon li not suppo-e- d to be o'.ined nt property; lie Is supposed to be working to pay a debt which he owes the master. Well, She Is, Isn't She? Poor man I He can spend n full day making ldmilf loo's pretty nnd nobody utlre him, while u nec slip of a girl can come out Jnst any old way and the entire populau? will say, 'Ain't l. she sweet J" South Charleston Liberty Bonds uggies WAGONS A WANTED Single Comb Brown Leghorn Egg3, Baby Chicks, Roosters and Broody hens given in exchange. If you have no BONDS, I might consider the CASH. Old prices good for this month. ERLE C. FARRA Box 272. CC1 Lancaster, Ky. CAR . LOAD OF W iXtfi AT J!i J.H WrJCi SPECIAL PRICES J? ream Has Physical Bails. The "falling from a height" dream bails, for scientist i ii plilcnl shown that till" form of night- . re Invariably occur during the lint ". Minnies offer falling asleep. " I snggesfed hy the general lAiisrulifl we Under the direction of the State p'lainflou that takes place when - dlle down. A change of position of Campaign organization ami the disa fraction of nil Inch, or the leat in trict chairmen and assistants; the : l!e "lip of the muscle. Is sulllclent to campaign to raise $208,000 in Ken- c mey the Idea of n fall to the brain. tucky during the week of April for the relief of Jewish Sufferers in the war stricken districts of Eastern Kurope, is being carried into the rtnallest civic unit through organizations in cities and towns. Cities already organized with their chairmen Louisville Harry are Lexington Bloom, M. Kaufman, Hyman Pushin, Klizabeth- Danville town Louis Goldnamer, nssistant, D. M. Cooper; Covington Nathan Roe- -, enbery, Pndurah Louis Itubel and W. F. Bradshaw, Jr., Bowling Green t Sam Pushin, Princeton R. M. Pool, Winchester Lee Brumficld and J Judge J. N. Benton, Mt. Sterling j Sod Ncwmcyer, Paris William Shire land I. L. Price, Richmond Rev, oj j O. Green, who is also Chairman for Madison County, Versailles, A, L. Greenebaum, Georgetown Mr. nnd i Mrs. Joe Marks, Hopkinsvillc II. M. fFrankel, chairman and George W. Crenshaw, Vice Chairman, Frankfort Charles F. Str'assner. The organization is being rapidly pushed in other cities nnd towns in nil sections of the State. City And Town Organizations. Companionship. ther was not a conipunlon to the boy when the boy was a little fellow. Companionship Is something which must grow through the year, especially for two people who live under the ff.ine roof and share the same fortunes'. If the boy Is not a (.i inpanlon to hi? father It Is generally I eiuuo the fa- How Many Teeth Have You From Coffin To Frying Pan. At the Cluny .Museum in Paris is a very interesting relic. On day a few jears ago, tho curntor of the museum happened to visit a small restaurant in the suburb of Saint Denis, where a single apartment kerved ns both din ing room nnd kitchen. While waiting to be served, the curntor noticed a frying pan of unusual appearance hanging on the wall. He took It down, nnd with a magnifying glass was able to make out part of un inscription which Interested him so greatly that he bought the cooking utensil. When carefully cleaned the pan was found to bear tho arms of Franco nnd' Nn-- I vnrre surrounded by the chain of St, Louis and the cord of tho order of jSaiut Ksprit. It also contained the j following inscription: "Here lies the magniticlent Prince, King Louis XIV, King of France and Navarre. Itcquies- iut in pace." It was indeed the plate that had been fastened to the coffin burial-valUvof Louis XIV. When th the royal family In the cathedral at Saint DenU were rifled by the populace in 1793, jt had been wrenched frm the coffin. So littl apparently was it esteemed by Its possessor that It was fitted with a handle and turned into a frying pan. The handle has been, removed. ? 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 Also a big shipment of Wagon and Plow 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. "good" teeth by having your "bad" ones filled or treated. A visit to this office twice yearly will savo your teeth and your dental bills.. M. K. DENNY Dentist. Office in Central Record Building. Office hours 8 to 12 - -- 1 to 4. LANCASTER, W. J. ROMANS KBNTUCkY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thur- - n .Apr 3 1919. QUESTIONNAIRE METHODISTS CHANGE DATE CAMPAIGN LOOK-SPRIN- G BUY IS f r HERE-SA- VE DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURERS ANSWERS WHICH WILL SOLVE OF PROBLEMS PERPLCXINO ERA, THIS RECONSTRUCTION FOR $35,000,000 IN M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH, CENTENARY RIVE WILL BE HELD MAY Mausoleums, Monuments, Markers. CUT STONE, INTERIOR MARBLE Furnished or Installed I The lAte for tho .Methodist Ceil' Unary financial campalftn has changed 4 to May 1815, offrom April ficial announcement of which Is belnR made throughout the length an.l '.iroadth of Methodism tt ;ay. Several weeks ago It was found necessary to change tho April date In ryder not to Interfere with the Government plans for the forthcoming Victory Drive. The selection of another dato has licen held In abeyance pending the decision from Washington which was lorwarded headquarters of the M. E rhurch. South, recently. The change In thl date Is of wide Import to all Methodists who ore, at this time, lining up plans of definite action regarding their part as Individ uals In the campaign. I)r. V H. Secretary of the Centenarv Commission, staled today that he and other Centenary workers at I era' have, through Secrotary Carter Class, pledged the loyal support of all Southern Methodists to the Roverr. ment at this crucial hour and that In as a dato for the setting May Centenary drive, he knows he wl'.l have the Immediate and hearty cooperation of all conference secretaries, (lrertors, field representatives and all workers connected with the campaign. The Methodist Centenary financial rampalgn Is the largest religious campaign undertaken In the history of the world. One hundred and fifteen million dollars Is the goal set Southern Methodists pledging themselves to million of that sum. raise thirty-fiv- hss Uumhwl icovrrnmrnt n e.lurallonsl campaign to entourage biiilitlnir In nritrr to put more mtn to Mnrk. Would not a similar movrmrnt to DENTIST show how th old structures eun sliit must economically rtpdlred sod insdr Office over Tho gotKl as new also help? Office .1. Pbonei Answer. It Is lenrned that such n LANCASTER, 'plan Is In effect and ! linked dlrvctt) Th qurv. M. S. HATFIELD tt Garrard Hank Reildento 37fi. KENTUCKY. Our representative will "he In your Hty shortly. Prop ns a pnrjl rant for appointment that lie may rail on you with full set of Monumental Photographs. Vol) will be under no obligation and an opportunity to show ou these designs will be appreciated. WRITE TODAY nlth the Wellington pmpngnndn Industry must be turned buck from uorks of viir to tbe wnys of pencr. J.J.Byrne I STO.NK CO, LOl'IIVILLE, KY . cent hmlnr a roonntii.Bt. Kind. I? .end mo tulle.l Information. 1 Peter -- Bur ghard Stone Company.- Inc. - Established Plant Covert City Block 13TH-14TON MAPLE 1830 N.me AddrtM . Show Room. LOUISVILLE, KY. " .,. .... 309 W. JEFFERSON - Cracks At Creation. Itcil is n pood color in a line;, but an abominable one for n (Inc. $!. 072,000,000. In other word went up in smoke because it didn't ro up in the air. Fcr the first half of Mnrch the most popular indoor sport was filing income tax schedules. airplanes never The American went up in the air, but when the nation learned this fact it went up in the air. Gentle Sprint: so inc in with a dash a eold in her liead spring tonic in her BANKING ttly BY MAIL Prltate ill annas ETeatfllle. 1.4, Orftalirt UN will bVft, OUliM uf IJr4 Jct jou' toor, by th naiifvuir VS on Cf utiK Cur manf tnbuftafi opoito fcriflK V INTEREST 4 Merwa It ho "Bank bt Msiiyjj'h.t Bank ft-l- managed tor et A tntlrV h jlMHti"' a fieal of fu Vntt Direc- !'' f sue "YObr full tarRai tcfin ver UH bring from of oir ftlan. Aank tnMnXana t Animneifej! Employment must l found. In tin' .aaSBBSaaSal A FuaI 1 1 a 2 1 n mennnhlle, for thoae nboe oct'Upn t lairs tin been Interrupted. Tbero Is tm Optometrist. renl surplus of Inbor In tbe I'nlliil Stntei. Itntber there l n shortnso. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. which would be ncule If normal condt Opposite Gilcher Hotel. illllons were nlreatly restored, nnd one step townriN restoring I hem will come Office Hours 8 to 12 and I to S p.m. with ri'siimtitlon of repair work, t!oernment restrlctluiK. Iiuieil b the neceisltle of the wnr program. Inmi for ninny months past retunh-)- ! or altogether preentiil eoiKtrufllon, hWNCRAL DIRECTOR Iniprmemenl nnd repairs. The.- Olllee Oter National Hank. are now off, ntitl there U si'arcely a town, n rlty, a faitory, u Iteaidenei I'lume 3. dl! ce I'lionc 2" duelling or farm Hint ibx-- t hot riM nl l.ANCASTKIl, KY. n rr)luc ne.il fur prompt nlleiilloii. Xotliing ilehi.vfi stuli Instant iietbin except Hie feeling Hint prU-- s nro lilcli for tbe time helm; and nm) Ih lower. Tlmt la not Indent. No mutter what It costs to repair, the cot l le than No matter nlia: the cunt of Hie tiwi 4f paint, the wind nnd the Kentucky. wenther will collect n higher bill In Puiiit liifk, deterioration und detny. fy J. A. Beazlev H. J. PA TRICK. DuntiMt. often comes danc- of snou Hakes nn.l and a bottle of pocket. aarioait. BAKU, IICSOUWCCS IO MILLIONS ttMaMf Its mi II hajift, ) imi Irtlnh of nelttv from the l.nu' IHiri It rraNr I'AV to lainl hAur ivjcularly. say. every thrr or four Qiiery lnvetmnt, Whst ,!o Or. Printus Call. An.wered Walker Iay r VETERINARIAN. fromptly IMPORTANT ROLE PRACTICALLY ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND COOLIES SENT TO FRANCE. optimist a generation ago have thought that backward China would have a hand in the settlement of a world war? Dut China is having a very Important role in the great war that Is just being brought to a close. Not as soldiers fighting men but as laborers behind the front line trenches. And just so many al lied troops have been released for other duties. Practically one hundred and fifty thousand of these coolies have been transported by way of the Suez to Krance. This work has been done under the direction of the llrltlah Government and Church Missionaries. Among these nlsslonarles are many of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, which Is just finishing the details of to secure Its campaign May 1S-to further work of the kind that Is being done In Franco and other places. What would BANDING TOGETHER TO SPREAD GOSPEL Congreis lias been The Sixty-Kift- h The government has decreed that ion of" military balls next winter. discharged soldiers may keep their In the current events race bird pronounced by different unimpench-nbl- e Wc preilict a gay success-- garden a close-seconauthorities to be the very best uniforms. nnd the 1019 baseball season not so very far in the nnd the very worst legislative body migration is ahend, with the victory ever assembled since the beginning of time. How is a mere layman to deACHES AND PAINS -- rear. ' Gen. Leonard Wood ought tij be nn cide? RELIEVED admirable candidate for president. The prospect is that you will be QUICKLY The newspapers would find material able to buy a tine U, S. airplane which n his name for so many good puns cost the government from $2,100 to and jokes. $3500 for $100. Just think how hanYou'll find Sloan's Liniment The war department is apparently dy it would be to use in running ersoftens tho severe counting "eeny, mecny, miny, mo" rands, to determine the order in which the rheumatic nche oldiers shall be sent home and deIn Industry, mobilized. Apart from their iim- - In medicine. Tut !t en freely. Don't rub it In. atenillly extending their nre If )uu had been serving Uncle Sam Just let it ptnetrate nituraliy. What a With new type of fcr $1.00 a year, nnd now found that field tube n my pmvor'nl enough to cease of soothing relief soon follows! of External aches, stiffness, soreness, ycu had to add the dollar to jour in- hIiow up the mlnuV't flaw In n four-Inc- h cramped muscles, strained sinews, come tax schedule and pay six to tlilrkni'No of uteel enn be proback "cricks" those ailmcntj can't twelve ;ents upon it, would jou me duced. Chicago Jourti.--J. fight off the relieving qualities of a big, big u; Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient, economical. Ask any druggist for it. Lethargic encephalities or "sleep, Practical Estimate. ing sickness" is now prevalent In this "Old you ny IlllggliH I a gi"l loscountry, Its symptoms may very er?" 'Yo." "Why, even when hi luck often be observed in buiness men Is wort lie ni'Vtr Ioes wort than two Sunday mornings betvecn the hours or three dollar"." "That' what I cull u go-ii- l loer." of six and eleven o'clock. Night, Phone 317 properly applied when Is Hie main thing In LANCASTI.K, KTMUCKY making a hotio lat ton; und well. boiiso worth ('.'..Vit) can bo painted at n In C )11T Hint cost of nlxoit Jl-- V hoti.e will netsl nlxiut 15 imlntltnns the ti.lnl of uhkh will be SIH. I eft without point. kiicIi a Iioum- - wuold Fine Cut Flowers. fall Into complete ruin In 30 )enr. So taking OI jciir tt a basis for our figures' we llnd Hint with paint n home John M. McRoberts. will Inst that time In cnl condition Willi-ou- t nnd will rust, plus paint, $IT. B. paint tho bouse would have to be rebuilt at tbe end of 30 years nnd would be ready fur another complete renovation when the sixtieth 3enr Cist, without paint, $.",() for STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. a borne ready to fall to pieces. Ioes regular pnli.tlng pny7 C1VK MK A TltlAI-Salisfncti- on As the old Dutch ndnge Guaranteed. "PAINT PAYS FOR ITSELF." rre Anwer. Hood paint ct Honaker Auctioneer. J. DINWIDDIE, I bav a quantity of oM alnt W. A. WHEELER Can I um It for lle nrat rout In repainting my barn? DENTIST Answer. On no nccounj, should obi paint ublcb Iimh bt-oin- e fnt be tnii I.ANCA.SH.I!, KCSTITKY. for priming cither old or new work, (tltl paint In Hint condition la bet ued Olllee over S'tnttnes llrtic Store. on a fence, brickwork or tlnwork. If 1 I p ni m. ii in. you uliio jour turn ulllrlcntl) to Hours paint It, do It the Juttlcu of it good Job, Query. on band. Ti'ii Nashville, Tcnn Oso hundred and forty thousand Southern Methodists have signified their determination to pray for the success of tho missionary work of tho M. E. Church, South, and tor the spread of Christianity throughout the world. These people have not only decided to do this, but have banded together in a league known as the Fellowship of Intercession, each signing a small card which It Is thought will make the causa for which they pray more definite in the mlndi of the signers pf the cards. Dr. S. A. 'cblett, secrotary of the Department of Intercession of the de nomination, stated to a reporter that tho way In which the prayer cards were joining In was an Inspiration From two thousand to five thousand Of these are opened in tbe mall every morning, the number of 140,000 representing tho complete total up to date FIVE HUNDRED WOMEN WANTED Nashville, Tenn. Five hundred young women are wanted at onco bv tho Women's Missionary Council of the M, E, Church, South. They aro wanted for services and missionaries of tbe church In both thn homo and foreign fields and the best type cf womanhood Is asked for. Women to whom the deslro. to servo has come very keenly, women whom the spirit of the hour has gripped earnestly, this Is the type with whom the church wishes to make connection for various forma of missionary endeavor. Tho particular forms of missionary work open to tbe young women of tbe South aro In the medical, cvango-llstland educational departments In the mission fields. One hundred and fifty are wanted as evangelists and two hundred and fifty deaconesses; are wanted as teachers and one hunare wanted as doctors and dred nurses. The call has particularly gone out for young women of college education la order that they may bo able to grasp quickly tbe leadershlD la the work which the church neods. The calling of these joung women possible through the CenteIs mad nary ot the church which Is being observed this year. A fund ot 136,000,. raised soon, and this 000 will b money will make possible the sending ot many missionaries to Africa, Japan, Chins, Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, Korea tad la ths bom tlslA. in in 1 m iBiiiiiiiiL. the national joy smoke y FRUIT AND SIIADF. TRCES STRAWBERRY PLANTS. protcd burning to roiiiineriinl conCLIMBING VINES, cerns of protecting Iron nnd lccl from SEED POTATOES, In an attempt to solte thla fed. rut. RASPBERRIES, ertl specialists bate perfected various forms of protective muling. In this CRAPE VINES, riuinection It tnuy'bo pertlniMit to nk PERENNIALS, whether enmnicrclal iivh will tiol bo found nUo for tbo "iloitch" HEDGEING Incldi-n- t U. 8. Invents Antl-Rus- t "Dope." to Hie war, the government baa faced the problem Hint tins mi long NOTICE jmm ublcli tbo goteriiineiit lias InveiiKil lo be npplleil to airpluno wings und which lire pte.sest.eil of valuublo nnil tlreprotif cjuuiltli-s- . EFFECT OF COLOR UPON THE DURABILITY OF PAINT. SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LAWN nntl GARDEN. TRIX lllullr'atrd Cataloc NO AGLNTS. Property owners who may bnvo untbo painting of EVERYTHING for der ronslilcratlnn dwellings nnd other structures khoiild LEXINGTON. remember that moro durable results aro obtained when tinted paints nro lined. Permanent coloring materials JOHN! WHITE & CO. which baio been ground by machine LOUISVILLE, KY. Jnlo n high gnido uhlta pnlnt base of preventing "chalk- Liberal aaaertmaat havo tho effect ing" and "checking," two defects and full valtw tor which aro often unserved when while .FURS paints nro used. tlldaa ane) Out Skins PRETTY COLOR COMBINATIONS. Cotrihi lilt 1 ulucu H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons ORCHARD ICY, am Le fctr wfr s WWl ' II . fisted smokejoy ns you puff out of n jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert ! N TEVER was cuch richt - handed - two - m ''ill, 1 1 III1 Ground Coat White Vhlta Btlppla Coat Light lloia Llcht Oray Llrht Warm Yellow Wlilt. ZJsbt Oray Llfht Gray Light Gray Thai's because P. A. haa the quality! Ivory a llttla darker Bama Oray, TELEGRAPHY C0LIE2E lt(pIf I.lllht Col. .It III I'mt.lfitt In w 'V nlili Itlue, Neutral 46 fi nl luttftlmf ! Pt Sty, K fniiUst rt.fti ttft'l uMiru f r mtt !" I.Ulit Hrak (tray. Gray. UimUILHtH M. Mm fH, IHu.iua, Ur Hull lllua. Gray. (treen iWiTETJ R R. SMITH BUSINESS - liHwiir.iaiaiiml ioAUm k Llcht (iray rttencll Color Me,liini, BOOKKEEPING ' Outlne.s.Phanogrsphy TYPEWRITING ind yrt T U r a a n or I.ttht Cobalt lllua You can't fool your taste apparatus any moro than you can get five aces out of n family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half on hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line ! Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch well yon feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments! Toppy bagtt tidy fins, handMomt pound and half-poun-d tin humidor and that clotty, practical pound cryttal glati humidor with rpongt mauttntr top that hup tht tobacco In tuch pmrftct condition. Llcht lllua Gray, lllua or Llfht Oratife Llsbt Gray, Neutral !rai Ivory or Olive Oraan Oraylth Lllht Green Lltbt lllua Neutral Oreen Velio v Ltfbt Cola nUl Tellov? Gol4 Uroni. Dark Graan Gray, Ivory Aluminum llronza Ivory Ivory Dark Blsa Tsa Urown rd rt Urab, Medium Olive, Warm Gray, Cream. Pelft lllua. Unlit Ivory, LIstit Nau tral Gray Urown, ber. Cream Light Tan, Cream. IJjht Qrar lira a LUbt Warm llurnt Um- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Cempuy, WisutoB-Sale- n, N. C The uiulcrsiitneil lieretiy kivo wnrn-'ji- i: to nil persons nut to trevpasA upon tur lainlo for nny purpose whatever ts wo will prosccuto nil uiremlera tu llio fullest extent of tlio law. Hunters und fishermen especially tuke notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, U. I,. L'lkln. Airs. Kmmn Daniels, It. U Arnohl. Mrs. Sarnh J. 1'. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Illfa'lnliotham, KUJ ami N. II. 1'rlce. 8. C. ItiKsby. I). M. Atiilerson. It. L. Darker POSTED The '.antral Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919. TELLS OF THRILLS WHEN SHELLS FLY MAN Jefferson Studied Plows studThomas Jcifcrion evidently ied nuriculture rjuite cnrtfully. In wrltlmr to Mr. Sylvcutre In July 1808, he had the following to uny eorcern liic'. hml licen sent lrm ini? n plow liy the Society of the Heine. "I have juit received information that n plouuli itdilrcssed to mo !uu r.r- I fhnll wit.'i rived In New York Kreitt pletnuru itttend to the tion and tronnnission to the of a plough with my niould-boiirThi.t is the only part of that uj.ful instrument to whirh t have pmu nny pnrt:t'uhir attention. IiJt knowing how much the perfection nf the ptuuirli niu.'t depend, 1st, on the line of traction : -- nil, nn the direction of the xhurc: 3rtl, on the anule of the wine: llh, on the form of the mould board: ami persuaded that I rhall find the three first advantages eminently exemplified in that which the Society sends me, I am anxious to sec combined with these a mould-boarof my form, in the hpoe it will still ndwincu the perfection of that ma- The Can Tliat'FurisjGrnis rcfinisliitiK WHO SAW WAR ON FOUR FRONTS ESCAPES DEATH MANY TIMES WHILE 8ERV- ING SOLDIERS. Auctfon If your floors ore loohinK worn or clingy, try them with Clili-nsMore lh.ni 700 V. M. 0. A. worker" wrvliv wllh Hip miMIcm I lie Ami'llr:tli xiiitlltlntuiry fnrrt 111 of the ft mil line tliirlns llii1 hit intinthi if Hie il HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINJS- whin (ifrinitii 1Mmi:i, Vnn l!pn wnt tlhMnmil n'trt'lnry nf tin- - V. M. ('. A, t.iitnu lit- - vnrkil Kith llif I'irtli ilhMim tint It tin- - nrinls. Hit- - wit ntKtittl. lit' at tlrriil up I" il iIiiiisIiIhij'n lintforui nlifii lit' itrrifil A uiul n kltlmc nhins nvi r ti here. Conies in all natlilx hiuihler tuntiilnlni: u lint It left of ural wood colors. hit equipment ciiinpliif lilt omvi nlrt tif iiitirt' limn I'll iniililliV HTiIrr over lit. Vnn Kppt miwIIip war nn fmir fronti in Trillin- - mill Aluioe. itiIiik In llif . flrtMInt' Hfiitlift tm Inn of Wlifii llif Ornnrii uns tnrpeilnetl nn April 111 ISO mllft ti(T llif ttiiiM nf Wnlft tMiiinl "cut" tun nut nf n run-in- y nlftimlilpt. Tlif Onmm tif hOLIi lit" iwnt ilnwn In 12 liilniilft nfter M.e n utriirk, mi'l Vnn Kpp uiul tliT "V" Him lnt nil Ihflr tuieensi'. Tlif.v were pltkttl up liy n iiirpiilit Imni tltirnyt'r nml liiiiilitl nt Hiilljlit'iitl, Willi's. In Front Line. In rniilliini nml inliMlf A Km-- . Vnn Kppt nt In t tie llrM line Irtnilii'S nml This Hplcmliil lircil (while horse will make the Reason nt SL MIMil, nlifti Hit- - tlrhf npi'itttt. In nt my place two miles from Lancaster on the iluckoye pike at ii Mri'tilitT l'nrtr nflfr lilit fiippllft run til littiliiL' unnl In shin In tin- - Arpniinr, he tmflri! nil $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. nlclit liy trnln, mi trnt kt nml nftil KmiT.iliI Kinir is bv Golden Kinir. dam Kmerahl Queen nml !tnt llif iifil Hint" w.tkt sp'p. II In hv ICmerahl Chief. His ItreediiiK runs hack to Itotirbon Chief IliR mn" tint ntImlft uiul tri'm liiK n In ii unrk. Harrison Chief on both his dam and sire s sale. He is H hi At JlmliHlfliif fHrni. tm (Mnlit'r 1, ami high, a rich sorrel and will weinh about 1:10(1 ponmls. hands Vnn Kpps mill Tlinmnt tllfy nf A. limn, t up miiillnT At the same time and place I will stand my fine four year 1'iWii. In nn iiM V. M. ('.All Imt Irani. thru' nf ilnp old Jack, t I lmrk "V" nrki r hf tnnity-tll.ml In i n Mippll"". In rt't The lini iin-ltfhfll llrf fur umtTitl tptjt. Put Vnn Kppt nml lli'illfy iltfiiltil It wnt lmllt At Sttxl t niiiicli tn olttp In. Tht-Tollnsure a Living Colt it nf nf jinn, with n tllli nf This well bred Jack is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by thru Ins tiiltumt for u plllmv nml luy Presto You'll be surprised cA the result. Bright, lustrous nnrj beautiful floors appear, best of nil, you enn npply this linndy product your- sell. Just get a can nnd put it on as you would v.unish. Equally good for woodwork and furniture. li 1 fmtik M. Vnn . A. wimiMlitl nlilli- - ni'miic m " V. 31. worker In I ln Arctium1, tM nf mini' of In it talk :il tin' V. M. lilt ciM'rlriiiT C A. tt.llfi;it Iiitp: On llif ny In I'mlite hint April tm (lit- - Oroiizn. Vnn iinil W5 oilier "nr. nTltily "V iiii-i- i tl' hiirniwly etniit tlniMiilns hip win Itiriifiloftl by n i:iit LOT SALE chine." We Must Keep Faith. The American people wera unitedly nml earnestly hark of Uncle Sam in the world wnr. They proved it at every point. They imposed no restrictions, They offered freely their lives, their services, their money. All in it tlt'irree unprecedented in Amen can l.ittory. No deman I wu.i refused. Prom every part of the country the response was immediate, force- ful. No section slacked in any respect. Here and there there were in- dividual slackers, but the cases were isolated, indifferently few. We were in effect tinnnimuus. America backed her idrnls, her am bitions; stood fur lie i rights, her lion-or, all that her forefathers had fought for nnd won. And as we fought so mutt we finish. We mut keep faith with Uncle Sam, with the world at large, with the boys who won over there, with American welfare that is even jet at .take. Kor few of us will care to stand before tliee returned soldier boys and confess that our only interest was in coming out of the scrimmage on top. That our interest in them ended when they won. That now that they're back it in up to them to shift for themselves. That our responsibilit; i eiidnl. Wo owe n furtner du'.;- - to An.er.cn. e a duty t..a' is jut .is mU",i i Kor Amerand ar prone'. ica's future is keenly depcitltnt l pon the accomplishments of our industry nnd commercial enterprise within the next few years. And upon conditions industrially and commercially depends the individual welfare of some 2,500,000. returned or soon to return, who fought our battles anil now must return to' the ordinary business of life. Uoth you anil your country owe every one of these men a personal debt. Help pay Keep faith with them. that debt. Help Uncle Sam pay it. Much can be dune with the proceeds of the Victory Liberty Loan. And if we take the loan Uncle Sam will tlo the rest. We ran take it if wc will. It's up to us. Up to us to keep the fntith. CONN BROS, Lancaster, Ky. GOLDEN EMERALD 6527 April AT 10 A.M., STREET, CLOSE IN, 12th LOT", KY., KNOWN AS THE "McROBERTS LANCASTER, FRONTING ON SOUTH SIDE OF DANVILLE and running back a depth of from 450 to 500 feet, thickly coated with BLUE GRASS SOD. SUBDIVIDED INTO COMBINATION LOTS Each Lot a building site and large enough to pas- CALDWELL :!. $10.00 ltl tnft ilnw n. Dr. .McCord anil he by (Jov. Wood Ilnlf n inllt hnck, Cul.twi'll's dam is bv Tom Keene he by I'.llhe Hillillirtoii tfry mih lininmtTlni; nn Amcrlrnn hnt (iiTinnnt. nnil This Jack is If.-- '. hands hush, black with white points, ood tivn (ii'rmiin nlrpl.int th'ninf tm r s t bone and body. for llif illlnn. Thfy let c Klilt nf htiiiiht whlrli Itimlttl tn rnth A Hon will be retained on all colts until season is paid SiN'n raiiio llilnl, If mare is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will tin hum. rnnf, hrlndiiEn ilmwi n which .truck Ihf inn't try to prevent nil accidents, but will not be responsible should nf rnflfrt nml buniit mnl wnllfrlni: any occur. A hnipiifl. spllnti r un tlrhtn thrtiucli tlif rnlf nf nnt nf llnilhV n plffc nf ht'll turf llirnii;h Ifjt nml Imth nf Vnn Kppf lhlcli. " R. F. D. No. 3, Lancaster, Ky. Afttr drffflni; Mitlu nml flfhl hnt. pllnlt hml llriKhitl with Ihtin they hmk-In- tn C larencelBeazley, ture your cow or horse or do truck gardening. YOUR LAST CHANCE to secure lots of the size of these, close in and on one of the principal streets. Fine neighborhood and on the right side of the street. . pi'iit liulf n thiy In nn nuihuhintf nml then win' put nhimril n 1 rt'ntli lint-plltrnln, Mhcre IIk.v rt'iiinliifit twn tlnyt, tint' nf tlifsf thiys wnt Humlny, ro Vnn I.'ppn, nt the uf Kiiint' nf tlif iliiuKlihoyii, "put no" n M'nli'f, iiiiiilui'llnc It propped up In lilt Ftrrtt'ht'r. Soldiers to Study. frtmi nn tltlnll frnni thf wnr tlt'pnriiut nt to tnkt rtuirue nf thf iiriuy ettiit'iitltinnl work, prncrfst hnt hffii rnphl nlnni'thr llm-- s Inhl ilnwn In Ihf pniKriini uluiiliiiil hy tin-Our philosopher ays: Kvery wash M. ('. A, nriny tilliriilliin.il cnminl-Iiii- i. n' gully on your farm, that ain't T-- t Imnks requlre'l In Kitl-f- y thf ilt'innniN nf Hit- - iri. n fur liiKtruo stopped, tells the folks that pa&s on llnnt nn' t'nmlns mnun rnphlly, no the road you're a poor farmer. tiirtllns In Trnf. Jnhn llrtkliif nf unht-r-lly- . i hnlriiinn nf thf "V" tfininlstiun ; pot Mhnnlt are ii rt ncr up nt thf nili' nf 10 m n ilUI-lnml crnupt nf nfllrvr nml int n nrt helni; iy I'li'mli nml HritMi mil-illies tn the limit nf tht Ir cupnclty. General Praises Y. M. C. A. Paris. There nre mhiio fouls In the V. SI. t'. A., annrdlng to llrlg. (Sen. .1. I'. jO'.Vell nf the Ninetieth division. "Our V. SI. A. In everything to ho desired," Mild the Kenernl. "Among the emplnyeet nre koine fooN. One of them was turli a fool that ho would lint lay nway fmtu the Trnnt line, ami he got so lied up Willi lloelio shells nnd other proJecllliH that vo were fnrivd tn remmmt'iid him for n Distinguished Service Cross, That Is it sample of the men joil have to in., I'lenso keep this vvoik up and whether I mil this illv Isloii or not, the things Unit )tiil have dune will iiiuke a lusting Impression upon It." Mrs. J. A. Cox, cl AN derson, V'- - V?: wiles: S!:a could net turn In bed . . . t!;: doctors care her up, nnd wc brcu;!-.- t her home to die. She l:"d suffered so mucli at . . . time. Having hrarJ cf Cardui, we RCtltlor Iter." Iltft I'nrK With Ihf nrrlnl nf Gonornl TERMS AND POSSESSION Immediate possession and -1-- 4 cash in hand, 4 January 1st, 1920, and balance January 1st, 2. 1921-192- Ask to be shown the property. VALUABLE PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. (C2 (p0 tfj !:rcJ terribly. One of the best CIA'DKSDAl.K stallions in Kentucky will make the season or 1910 at my barn at the low price of $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. This is Iho kind to breed to fur mule mares and farm horses, l'l ince Albert is one of the best types 1 ever saw and his colts show for themselves. At the samu time and place will stand my six year old jack PRINCE ALBERT D. A. THOMAS Realty Agency. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Honor "Y" Worker In Russia. News that the general commanding the Amerkvuu and allied expedition In northern ltussln had recommended Howard It. Merrill of New York, u Y. AT $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. SI. C. A. worker, for (.tillable recognibehavior John Gray is fifteen hands high, jrood bono and ear and tion of Ids rool the forces during n servl.e was attack on Ho is ing, Is conveyed In n delayed considered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood. cableroyallv bred heimr by Lonjr Tom, ho by William Todd's bill gram received nt the Y. SI. C. A. naJack, by Marmadukc. 1st dam by Billy Hreckinrldire, ho by tional vvuV work council olllces. JOHN GRAY j Tlis Woman's Tonic '.'la afevv iLya, r:ie he-vto lii:proc," Mrs. Cox continues, "and haJ no trouble rt. . . Cardui cared her, nnd wo sini'l praises everywhere." Wc receive many thcu-tan- ds ot similar letters every year, tc!lin;;olthe Rood Cardui has cone fcr women who suffer Iron complaints so ccmraoa ta their sex. It should do Try you cood, too. E-Cardui CITIZENS NATIONAL! KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON U. V. Bourbon Chief, 2nd. Dam Care taken to prevent any occur. Lien retained Season is duo when mans another horse or Jack. Koutc No, 3. by Uourbon Chief. accidents but not responsible should on all foals until season is paid. is traded or parted with, or bred to H. P. CONN, Phono Paint Lick,Ky 35-thr- aliens. Plan Educational Couriei. . KuglUli universities uru preparing to welcome the American officer uud men designated to take collegiate, po-ricourses; there In or accordance with the kvheiut of the nnuy educational commission, conducted by the United Slates uruiy uud the tUnerlcttii Y. M. C. A. "ROLL OF HONOR.'' lludjon, l'reident, J. J. Walker, V. Mn. N. Ire. Clerk. W. V. Champ, Caihier, W. O. Illgney, Awt. Cachier. C. Hamilton, Joe J. Walker, Aut. Cathier, i Li tasty .-- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919 U. S. FIGHTING MEN WANTED A CHURCH REPORT OF Y. M. C. A. IN CENTRAL MILITARY DEPARTMENT CONTAINS INTERESTING) INFORMATION. Chicago. Uncle Cnm'a soldiers and Mllora tro to church. Tlgtircs showing nttcndnnee nt religious services In T, 'SI. C. A. hut' In military camps of the ccntrnl department prove It. Attendance nt the rellclous meetings nnit lliltlo classes liolil In the huts between May 1, 1017. and December 01. 1!11S, wns moro than n,2S0.0O0. A. II. I.lchty, oiocutlvij secretary of the central ilcpartmcnt of the national war work council of the Y. M. C. A ha' Issued n report covering statistics of the Y. M. C A. activities In the 131 lints In Central department cmnps. Mr. I.lchty Is In command of nearly w workers. Ilefnre coming to Chicago for war work he was secretary of the Ohio State Y. M. 0. A. Purine love better Dally Thought, la Ihan fame. Ilnyord Steer Into Us If you want Graduate Mechanics to keep your Auto up to snuff and out of trouble. IVijIor. Marcy of the Future. Tho veil whlrli covers the fnoo of nlurlty Is woven by lli lund of mercy. Itulwcr Lytton. Wanted a Mourning Rose. llltlo boys went Into tho roo In pick n m-s- i fortlo Irmiiiuma. Willie, who had recently lost bis papa, said! "I'm looking for u black roe for my mamma. Valise my pap.i Is dead." t To garden ! i Two Ccnturlet of Spouting. Tho most nctlie tnk'iiiio In the It l l",!!"! world Is .Mount Snngiiy. feet high, situated III Kcundnr, 111 the eastern chain of tho Andes. It hns been In constant eruption since 172''. IndhinniHills News. To Clean Aluminum. Make a rather stroiiK soap lather, nnd uhllo It Is warm put the aluminum utensils Into It nnd wash llifin clean, lry with soft cloths nnd they ran bo made us bright ns desired. Occasionally polish them wllli whiting niado Into a paste. Their Soup and Coffee. A soldier. In writing homo from Trance, stated that he was unnhle tit mention tho name of tho rlter Hint ruupusl through his sector because If tho missive fell Into enemy bauds It would funilh valuable Information on tho source of stnmlr of t!i untn nti.t coffee. Chicago Tribune. fill Work Guaranteed. WeLlhave accessories of every character needed to supply your wants. OUR "KANT BREAK" SPARK PLUGS ARE GUARANTEED AGAINST L 1.1 BREAKAGE OR SHORT CIRCUIT DURING THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR "ITS THE WORLDS GREATEST SPARK PLUG." 9 9 4 9 Marlon Coming On. 9 ilmtghtcr. who to visit my I jisir-oh- l lids ncicr had mil' li hair. lirturiilns homo, she nld to her mother: "Jin-riM- i getting n lino crop Is Chi. ago Tribune. of hair now-.Her Cars Open. A little girl who itlwa.ts Ims her ears open for Ihe iiuiirrsntloii of her ciders, heard her grandtnotbr dlagnos. Ine n case of tho bhes loiter Ihls llttlo girl noticed it rod .pot hi her arm. Sho rsn to her grsn.liii..tIor. ex-claiming: Oh, grnn tiiMi. see, I hao the hemes, loo," Lltlni on n farm, the children heir their fnlhers talk of the different crops. Our llltle neighbor was mor A. H. LICHTY. Ills administration moro than 2,500 men mid women have been recruited In the 14 Central states for overseas with the Y. M. C. A. The number of letters written In huts In the IKS military camps totaled (K,70S,41O. The totnl attendance, was CO,0(S!.S(PO. "Star" and "Racine Horseshoe" TIRES are Guaranteed with our money. i Clearing Phctographs. Dirty photogi aplis ut m unsightly ! that ou will be glud to know there U unv to (lean them. Moisten n Boft I cloth with warm water to which n lit tle ammonia bus been added; wring "Y" to Open Clubs for Troops. Ihe cloth out well and wipe, tbo pboto-Lratili- s At the request of tho Trench minis very lightly, drying thctn Im ter of marines the Y. M. C. A. li mediately with it toft, dry cloth. planning the establishment of clubs fni American und Trench troops In Toulot Couldn't Risk It. nnd In tho suburbs of that city. A good Kory Is told of flinernl "(jV- --i. t-fr t--tiWhen the latGlascock of fleorgla. lecteil n- ri'io Y. M. C. A. NO LONGER ter was, 70 years ng ' resentatlve. n friend asked; "(ienernl, TO MAINTAIN ARMY may I Introduce yoirtn Henry Clay?" POST EXCHANGES. 1 "No, sir," wus the prompt re'lionse; "I Paris. The American Y. M. C. r am his udvernry, nnd choose not to A, at Its own request, has been I fubject myself to his futclnutlon." relieved of Its work of maintain, j Ing the post exchanges with tho Sympathy as a Fine Art American army. Correspondeneo t ..pithy Is oue'of tho tine arts. It exchanged between General Per- Imp.ivirlsh; enrich, shlng and E. C. Carter, In chargv I not lien, not weaken; Inspire while of Y. M. C. A. with the army, shows the reason for this ar i ..orU. It Is easy enough to say rangement was that the Y. M. C. j i" sorry, It Is easy to grleie with A. now has "Increased frond oier bis trouble und pity responbis mishaps. Hut tbo s)iiipalby sibilities In promoting educations u line nrt docs not encourage al, athletic and entertainment glo wuj to despair. It stimuactivities In the American expe. dltlonary forces," thus placing li puts hope In pluce of heart-I- t a rapidly Increasing burden on Jmlnts cm find up. Do not your friend with the Its personnel. i will General Pershing In a letter to make him fed llko pitying Mr. Carter approving the change, expressed his thanks "for tho uerv valuable serulr. anr4 Perfume in the tiarly Ages. slstance which tho Y. M. C. A. & Trom ihe i ri e,.rhet ni;ci man has has rendered to the American ex. 1 tm-ni- l Livi, i . ai i in Hi,, ltll.l.. ... pedltlonary force In handling ( read of the hufti'ttr of lnceno on the these exchanges,. General Per. 4 altarn und ihe very word perfumery' shlng added: (under which we may Include, "Handicapped by the shortage I all delicate f':miM or xm'lls) coui" ' of tonnage and land transport- - 7 from the I,iln fumiis, tuunl;i or tior. tion, the Y. M. C. A. has by extra The early n'."itl,iiis knew the uo ol exertion served the army better me miii, unit "iiaptwt it m ti e separathan could have been expected, tion of tho oil. iron i. principle from and you may bo assured that It fragrant plants, hut the limn ancient aid ha been a larg factor In odors were drawn from natural gums, tho final great accomplishments such us camphor, myrrh und of th American army." Movies were the most popular fea. ture of the "Y" service In the camps. The attendance nt the 12,400 niotlor picture shows was r,979,;;03, on aver age of more than 400. The "Y" educational features wcr popular. In the 20 months 7,.r70 lee tures were heard by 2,202,810 snldleri and sailors. The 08,272 classes of vari ous kinds drew 1,:S04,41S and the K t.cleiiee and nrt clubs 02,!i."0. For tin American Library association tho "1" paired out 1,4 l,GTS books. Athletics Popular. The number of part Id pants In nth letlc contests under tho direction ol the "Y" was greater than the numbci of spectators. There were 5,208,250 li tho contests and 4,437,017 "looking on. The 002 workers In the 181 huts Ii the army and navy camps and the 18 S. A. T. C. units pa'setl out to Amer lea's fighting men 510,432 Scriptures There were 2S2.229 personal Interview! on the subject of religion; 52,754 de clslons to accept the Christian faltl and 117,770 signed the "war roll' pledging themselves to a Christian life. The 17,3(51 entertainments not In eluding movies, diX'W C,731,C4G soldier! and sailors. The fighting men were thrifty. It tho period covered by the report thi "Y" sent home for the enlisted met $3,000,025 In money orders. The Ever Notice It? Said the nenr-cjnl"I'ld you ever l.otleetlliat the fellow who Is chivalrous enough to remove his hat In an elevator where there are Indies lias no compunction about tilling the ulr ;th n iloud of tobacco unokej" Clever. What makes juu think WIndyman's v Is tucli n clever woman? She .er sujh anything particularly In-- t 'sting." "No, but she alwajs inau-- o rts to monopolize the converMitlou m that her husband won't have a ei nee to make u fool of himself." l; ton 'iraiiscript. Central Garage "RIGHT ON THE SQUARE" Optimistic Thought. Man Is :i xnlal animal formed to plcuso In society. Optimistic A Here Is win dluiiioml Is a genuine one or piece of not. Hale n Hiiiill dot on-paper with n load pencil nnd look m It through tho diamond. If It show, only n single dot It Is a genuine Mi. no, but If It rliows more than onu dot jou'io been "hud." Oroom Corn In Argentina. In Argentina tho riilthntion of broom cum Is conducted along simple Hues not differing much frm Hint f ordinary corn. The broom corn Is frequently sown nfler Iho wheat, flax or oats troi on the property hns been h.irvestH.1, nnd If there Is abundant mlii and If Iho frosts are Into n gisst Jleld may be oblnlmsl, thus giving two harvests In Ihe wime jenr from a single piece of ground. thT a li It a Real One? iilte an ony way to M Thought. true soldier neer bends bis swoix iruel luiishter. Hew Do You Fild It. K'fichborf S:,l.l ! f. re'I.ms f !n r, " i ho hard t thing after jou make u payment down Is to keep the others up." Protect Your Hogs Kails Hog Cholera Remedy. ' Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All are good and we sell them. 6e Level. Sea leel In i'.w snilfle sense mean tlKi.ietlibt i eni or average from which ele'.ii,t...s or depression i on the earth lire eulrnhili d. The nnd geoditle survev. hlrh Is gotcrn- Itnent a'ltl'orltj on s suhlwts, mijs; he U lined lis the ."Mean s level U' lnurfncv v !ii l iM I n nwuiiied by the water of (lie cans nt rest If there were no nriliui t I wiml or by Hie I 'lOll Of lIlO tlMS'll to lb. i' tides do. !. e! "Mrface Is tit nnd sun, Th'' all ixiltit- - r, r' i ,n,uU to a free- - sst ,i .swlngin-,- ' pli'-m- i SUIT OF MEN'S WEAR SERGE Josephus. Joseihus, the most ccbhrnt-s- i i.f .leu Mi historians, was Is'ni nt J.'iusaluii In II", As n mark of gratl-ti'i- o f..r fmors, ho iissiimisl the family nemo, Tlavliis, of tho Itomiin eni'ror V. 'tHishin. Tho ibilo of bis death Is unknown, Ills most tnrlnnt worts in. "History of the Jewish War." 'The .vi tlipilllos of tho Jews;" two treatise-!"V 'lnst Aplon of Alexandria" and " IHioiirso on the Miirl)rdom of t'n .Macctbees," nnd nil account of bis j" n life. l"ln ln McROBERTS DRUG STORE, MOSS Gi9(tcto)ecoooiooeo IK DR. d. w. s f mm l I Chiropodist FOOT THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office To begin ut the beginning of n e. perfect wiirdrobe, U to ndtct u tallorcsl suit one that Is all u tailored suit should be. Tine, clean lines, perfection In tailoring, ahovii re. proacli us. to lit, these are the things to look for In n tailored suit. To attend tbo several Htjlcs In hulls this spring there are wulstroats In endless variety. Skirts are plain and long, reaching nearly to tbo Instep, and coats dial, lenge admiration by Mich well bulnncisl lines as uppear In this trim n'nsU'1 Of blue men's year serge shown above. in every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. Built for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Ninety Touring $735.00 , Four "Baby" Grpnd Roadater $1045.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1045.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, nnd noted as hill, climbers. Let us demonstrate. Hum. House STANFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY nd SATURDAY DANVILLE TUESDAY and FRIDAY RICHMOND MONDAY and THURSDAY PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. -- rw The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919. SPRING, HARVEST SEA.S0N OF THE SHEEP RAISER, DEMANDS ATTENTION TO ANIMALS KXV X 3Di X i li it m.m stji r,V tl ta&Mttt 8 jjj Classified Column WE HAVE THE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET I RATESi jf jv.fy t Buick AND r$ Member of a Doyt' Sheep Club With (Prepared by th tlnllfil Risles I'ersrt-Ineof AKrlrlllture ) Many new Hocks of hliin were established In II"' farming staves Inst year, nml this spring tin Ir iimhcm will for I In" tlrst I line experience Hie lambing nml shearing n'li-cui- t. Spring, l, whl h la Hi" In mt t n ii I shearing l Iho hnret perils! of the sheep rnlser, sny spoclnllslK of t'lillnl StatcK department of ngrlciilture, nml tinlie nml iiunllly of lhep toik determine t lie pmtllii. At HiIk time oxtrn attention should In' glwu in tl im utul lamtn. In no other way ran time tip used to hotter advantage on tln fnnn. If Hip ran hnvp not been properly fnl nml m ml for during tho full nml Inter, till' crops of lambs mnl Wool run be neither largo nor of high quality. It h tin- - weak, t ti ii ewes Hint most nttciitlnn In tlm lambing season, though irrvluui inlilnLrit can-nri'initlliil nt tlmt time. On tin1 oilier liiiml. failure to bp constantly nearby while lln InndiK nre arriving limy iihihi itii- - raising of only mi SI or 1H mt cent crop of lumh when n considering 125 rent liu Hint innny rwes wilt hnvo twins can readily be niillrnl fnnn gnl Mit-herding of llnrkH of iniitlnii .Uatlty. Advantages of Carl Lambing. Ill nmiiy sections II l ini"t profitable tn hap luniliK nrrlvp In Mnrrli or earlier, lint lmrtatit niHnn-tng- e of Dili i tin k tlmt otlicr work In (hen less urgent nml full nitration cmi'be then In Hip cwps nml thp new nrrhsl. A nut tier ndimitngp gained liy inrly Inmliltiz In Hint Hip lambs rim n iililrli ntlj- - heny mil fat In ho market In June nr July, Early marketing usually Means higher prlcis, and It In especially iIi'Klrntili' llntln Hiu InmliK nn1 iIikiiI of liefurr Ho' tliuo of Kirnler il.ineer of Injury dy Inlernnl lanitu nre KtroiiRiT mrnllr. n- ttinn Hio- - wlilrli nrrltiil Inter In the kept for tint foiiKon nml nnv iTetillni: llmk. 'Iliey nn Ii'kk KUKcej Hli Thrlvinfl Flock, tllilf tn Injury muxil by parnllc, Hlildi Is inoal htIoiik In wiirm, ilnnip perlnili of July or AukukI, Care of Weak Lamb. Tlie l.imli Hint U luirti KtrnnRnml tlKoroiM, ultli ii koinI iI.'iiii, will iireil little tare. Prompt utteiiHon kImii In Hie weak Ininli Inirin illali ly upon Its iirrltnt will freiiuently result In miIiib lit life. In colli weatlier In mlii MiniiM In' umi piil In lint llanni I rlotlii tn preient (lillllni:, wlilili run)- - ronilt In tlielr ilealli, nml tho ilotlix slioulil iik oflcti ii n Ik neceniiry to keep Hio Jntlliu iinluuilK wilnil. Milk In u1i I In- - clteii frnly unit ttie tainti f returniil to tli i'tti iik nun in It la Mmnc I'linucli. Soiiii'tlines It may lie iieri'Muiry tn fiiil Hie lamb wltli an iiurrlni; Imttlo, rltlni; 11 few of milk i'ery liour for u few lioura until It Ik Mrous t'lioucli In wllliout iiltanii'. imrn' If InmliK lire in l.e polil nt tlirvn tn five iiionlliK of iiko they may run with their ilnina until Hint time. Tlie Intnbi kept for hreiilliiK punHi.iea rhouhl la' urnnetl nt Hie mine tltne nml put on frefli pafture.i where there Ik no ilnu-Ke- r of Ktoniarli wonni. When" thi" Ik il ' nt till time tho eweK ran he put In hotter romlltlim for tin' fall hreiillnc. When linnlm nrt to In' kept on the fnnn. the host metlioil of weaning Ik tn lento them on the ohl piiKture for threo or four ilays, n'lnov-liii- ; tin' owe to n M'anty pasture tn rherk their milk How, An noon bk the latnha lease freltlm; for their iIiiuik they may ho renuneil In frrsh pas-- 1 tnri-K- . J, wok with Inriri' uililem rhouhl Ik' partially mllkiil once overy throi' iln)H until they pi ilry. IietnlN on tho run of tho flock during the lambing honsoii arc plen In Knnnern' llullttln 810. "Kami Sheep Itnlflng for IteglntierK," copies of which ran bp hail, hi long n the supply Inkta, by npplylng tu the Unlti-t-l StnlM department of agriculture, Wnnhlngton. f J 5 Single InserticiiK U a No ml Ink'en for Icm timn 20c In this colui in. N: a;! in this column chnrgci1 Seven inserti m 1 r t!.e price' of live. Phone order.. usl be peid promptly. K g j jj J jj " 'ii K ii a it i( k ! ii a :i n pu a Kit it u it n irn t OlJ SAI.K con-in;- r of extra IC ham!, mure : CI mule!. Phone ?7-F- .. Ilryantsville, I!. P. Swope. Dodge A demonstration will convince you $ 55 fi W fjX b Manure and ShoMi, WANTED Phono 382-weanlings and up. K. C. Cheathnm, Ijincaster, Ky. J. .M. Mctcnlf, Suneyer, 25 years 45 cxpjricnce. Illuc prints fumi'hed. All cnlls nnswered promptly. lfifl. Stanford, Ky. Phone and relieve your undecision as to the car to buy. H'.'.r Very line EGGS FOR SALE: C3 strain of Ilult Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 Mrs. Mnry Doty, '". Ilryantsville Eschanttc. Phone 17-FOP. SALE A lot of baled hay, will sell in lots to suit purchaser. Call on II. V. Palmer, J'ike Durnside nr .1. W. Elmore. Three reuistercd hull calves. Ready 4 W ' H l' KINfMAIRD S BROS. rigents. FOi: SALE: s Aliei fcl for t rvice. , fi Harry Frye, Hubble, Ky. LANCASTER, KY. GUY. H' $ 15 One fresh milk cow, FOU SALE: with calf by side; nlso.n good stripper co-.Clarence Green. Paint Lick, Ky, T. 2. Phone 371-- r FOU SALE Fifty barrels of corn. Will sell at crib, or by the load. Splendid for seed. Will shell 00. Phone 3SJ-F- . pounds to the. bushel. Walton Moss. 3.20-3- t. . ; EXCELLENT PLAN TO HARVEST WOOL CROP Avoid Chilling f n II r onccu umt nnrrn IPrt pared It Ik nniiim in uummu-NIT1 Y highly ndvantngeoiiK for on a nil or most of the fnniiK In n $ neighborhood In keep the same J breed of sheep. After n decision Hand-Pews- r Machlntt Are Moit J hiiK been liuiile iik to n sultablp Than nomicil for Flocka ef J breeil. Hip aim should be In oli-- J Fifty Mead Paper Twine It lain eweK Hint nre Indltldimlly Matt Sstlifactory. J goisl ami that have iik many crosses nt possible of tho breed (I'rerirnl t'V Hi" tlnlml Rtiitet Dtrarl-n- it J selected. Willi fuch a foutidn- in nt AKtiLUlturo ) lion mid the conlltltious lle of Shpep shenrlns Ik ii'ually ilonp In ' J giHsl pure-breranis of Hip ramp Into spring nfti r Iho lainhlug scumui. J hreiil. the llok will make sleudy Tip work shouhl bp pcrforuieil on n i Improvement. uurm day, mi that Iho owpk mny not J i or iiih-kIHTOlIlP oi ir" lllllieii. than fifty hcinl, baml power pnchlnes aro tho most cconoiulinl, TIiom' inn chines nro ninro niphl, produci' s. unoother work, Injuro Hip sheep Ipks. I are more easily hnnilhil, nml rciilt In n larger crop Hum win re liiiml Ilnvo ii wiirm placo ready for the then iin uikI. pigs. After thp lleecp has I n renimed nil tacs UU'I dirt should bo i leaned Hoot tops etm be fed Willi the least nut of It mid It should be rolled up. cllrooj from the Held. tightly, the skin hide out, and ixpensu not lied Willi paper twine. The miIup of liutterinllk Ik a splendid feed for tho wool irop Ik often linpnlridliy the Loth pregnant nml suckling sows. p of blmlir twine In tlng up lleocc. Anything la siiu'rlor In binder twltiu, There la no grain eipial tn corn In nml pa (NT twine Ik most satisfactory, putting Hip IIiiUIi on fattening mil- ltojen for tjlng lleeri'K nre not neces-narllllllK. In fuel wool shown betler If not lliil Iihi tightly, Tin tougher nnd drier the roushago I'liriiiem In New York and oilier tho morp and thp morp costly the slates hap profited largely by needed. marketing of their wool. Under Hip direction of the county agent If you wish your pig tn prow na Hip cllpK nro nsseiahleil, graded, and use n liberal feed inld In large qunutlHi'i nt the prices: rapidly us possible, prevailing nt Hip principal markets. of corn nnd skim milk. In Iho past these price were inali-rial- ly Slro In llw slock U secondary to higher than tho "general" local qulik crowlh nnd ease with which prices ohlulmd. finishing may bo put on. Ewes by Shearing Warm Day. ly tho Units.! uf Aicrlculturr Rtatrs ) Lk to T."v..r t. home after n visit to Mrs. S. I". Crous-hor- n Dally Thei--cf Ilrynntsville. Man l IiIk own st i. and II. e soul Mrs. Carrie Davidson purchased t'l.it ran render an b"i e ' mil perfect .Mis Kutli Lane was u recent guest John Fletch- from '.. T. Iticc nnd Co, n short horn iiuin commands nil of Mis. NVllo lYIphrcy. .Missc I. ida nnd Jean Ilroaddus nrvl cow and mlf for S12.V, nlso a Jersey cow and calf for S1XV visiting relntiveK nt Kirksville. eiesn FhctoqrsFhl. Mr3. rntieiice I'richette nnd son, Mr. Arthus Turner spent Saturday IHrty photomphs nre so mil;litly night nnd Sunday with Mrs. John Ollie, motored from Stanford Sunday that you will bo glnd tn t.now.therp Is and spent the day with .Mr. and Mrs. n way In clean them. Moisten a soft Ulark. cloth vlth warm water o which a Miss Mollie HarttcK entertained n Henry Yatcr nnd family. ntmnnnln has been iiddid; wring Mrs. draco Sutton nnd daughter. little number of licr friends nt Dinner on the tloth out well nnd wipe Hip photn-graph- s Sunday. Miss Virginia, of 1'reachersville, who very lightly, drying them Miss l.ucy Turner was the of have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John with n soft dry' cloth. family have returned to Misses Mary mid Kllen Turner Sat- - j Smith-antheir home. uriiay nigni. Mr. and Mrs. M.ireu White and Last Friday afternoon at - 1'. M. a children were Sunduy'guests of Mr. colored man residing on the farm of mid Mrs. John llro.iddus. Mrs. James Sanders had the misforMr. James I.. Vantis spent the tune to lose his home by fire, cnused "For years 1 have doctored for week-en- d was in Somerset with Mr. and by a defective tluc. Nothing and severe bloating with saved. pT.s. nil m- - mnncv had pone for doe. Mrs. liulpik I.ongsworth. jtc.-- s and medicine which did me no McKiInmes James I "Vantis and belief Is everything. I had lost nil faith in modi-e- i r.lnn linker were visitors Saturday tvhateier you can aspire to nnd ler and ns I have to work hard fur of Mrs. John ltroaddus. Imagine nnd bpllevp In, you can th.' few dollars 1 earn, was afcaid to Mr. and Mrs. John Smith were visIn your diameter and In your ri. k any more money. A jcar s;o my itors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. life. Klliah. th nihbor told me to try Majr's Won-dirfHnrr nt Point I.eavell. Kemedy. 1 linve found it to be Mr. nnd Mrs. Taylor llolton spent The Fool Hen. the best medicine in the world anl night and Sunday with Mr. Saturday The lad went tn the henhouse tn an irlnd 1 made the sacrifice." iiu.l Mrs. Kvercttc Crmv. gather eggs, lie returned with only It is n simple harmless preparation "Mr and Mrs, C. H. Henry nnd chil-lire- n two eggs ap.d said n hen was on '.ho; "i-- ca fv? catnrrhnl nucus nest, lie was told not to disturb tlioj t, of Kirksville were with Mr. nnd lint unit for n llloii noil tiln lip fl 0.11 the intestinal tract am! allays ' lien, Mrs. Milton Ward Saturday night. he could find another egg. In half! 'he Inllammntton which causes prnc- Mr. mid Mrs. Frank Ilnrncs of the n i hour be ran excitedly nil stomach, liver and Intertill-hous- e, Into tho ti-- "lly ?!nltKvillp vennity spent Sunday nt . pxclaliuliig: 'That fid henjnl nilmcnts, includias appendicit's. I the home of Mrs. William Ilnrncs. sal on the nest unit the eiig wisj()n(, ,08(, convince or money nnd h held the cfH tip asfumii. n. E. McP.OBUP.TS an.! Mrs. John Vatcr and little daughl'ro,f' iDltUfiOISTS KVKUYWIinKK. ter, Klizabeth Krnncis, l.avo returned I FOlt S.LE: Ilrown Leghorns, pure bred, Kggt $1.00 for 15. Phone 3S7-S- . Mrs II. M. Kurtz. K. 3 Lancaster, hy. We arc standing a Rood Aberdeen Angus Bull at $1.00 cash at the gat Am and Ed Bourne, On the New Danville pik . gut . Popr Woman Makes Sacrifice. Eggs for Hatching: Large Brown eggs, extra strain of pure White Plymouth Rocks. 15 for 51.00 3- - 27-3- t. Miss Fannie Bishop. FOP. SALE: About 28 bushels of Phone 313-July potatoes. M. S. llurniide. 4- FOR SALE: Boone County white hard corn, OS per cent test. George Cox, Lancaster, S. C. Rhode Islnnd Ky. strain. Reds, choice Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1. .Mrs. E. W. Perkins, Phone Star Route, Lancaster, Ky., 10-Bryantsville exchange. Herodes' Subno'mal Son. Herodos tn overcome Hip extraordinary dulliipsn of hl -i n Attlcns, edulitcated along with him twenty-fou- r tle slaves of his own nge. Hp gnvo inch the name of Hip letter of the Ills son. In onb r Oreek idphnhct. In pla with I'icui. linil to learn the u!l l.ulet tu cull their names. Toe Clack Diamond. white dhimoiids coino e . tly from the Trnuvanl, tin bluck Is found in Its grenlest purity dlni'Hiud '!1 mid especially tu Hip I'rnv- Ir i f ltahhi. Tor ll tinost sih'cI-- I in :n i. so far iIIseoered n price of $211.' paid quite Inslgnlllcunt whin ii itl eonipiirisl Willi prices paid for white Al t'i tOOOfsVOOOQdtOSSGSCQGOCOOCiSeODGlGCOOOOtS 9 0 o I hoiuh c e o Jxare Bir 1919 dhllnonir-- . t the o o mm o S!X pleas-c- d & 0 o Is extraordinary and excellent, quality. Easy riding and made of that durable material for which the Buick is famous. Wejcan deliver you the five passenger on order and will be to demonstrate. Her Excuse a Good, One. wuk Invited to u party. Hit i.'.utloned her not to begin oat-- , her noodle until n(l around the V had been helped. Carrie wn in red with Iho first helping In Ice . ta. In ii few moments she said: i.'xi use me for eating my Ice crentii ire It melts. I injoys Ubcst while emu.' t N o HOG "AUCTION" SALES BEST Praltea of New Method Suno Theso Days by California Marketing Association. (rrepareil by Iho Unlte.1 States Department of AKricullure.) The praises of Iho hog miction nro Ming theso days by the Cnllfornln 1'iirni Ilurenu Jliirketlng nssoclntlon, which comprises the niarkelliig department of Iho farm bureau lit King, Tularo nnd Kern countlcn. Tho prices nro said to be much better than when lingK ore suld by tho old method. Tho uucllon sales have ulwi taught the farmers (he Importance uf rulslne bet-- , ter hogK, uk they have keen that pack-it- s give grulii futtened hogs Ilia preference otit Iboso fattened on skimmed uillk and alfalfa paeturo ulone. liny will cat If,, picking out for them Hiu leafy iwIIpiis nt first. It can bo tinted In a general way that too much protein In a ration Is I'eed Itlhigp to cnlves nK soon ns not good for tho health of nny animal. Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory Species of Fern. Tho Maud of Mauritius, less than onisthlrd Iho area of Delaware, Ins 235 native species of ferns; Java, a little larger than New York, has fii, while llrnzll contains IlST. All Europo furnishes but sixty-seve- n specie, Iho arctic zone, 20; North America, north of Mexico, lias about 175 native species. Bird Not Man's Enemies. It Is n fact that If It were not for Iho bird life wo would starve to death. The great natural enemy of man Is a'r force' that will destroy Ids fondEvery Held Is the homo of 1'iTs. .1 "snnds of Insects, nnd agricultural norts will verify the fact that each vear millions of dollars' worth ct op nro destroyed by Insects. And ii ' 'rds uro the natural enemies of ll.p luiect pest. 1'urc-brei- l stock long ngo censed to bo merely n fad. Tho nunllty of farm factor In nnlmuls li on success. Give us a trial and be convinced. aim and all tho tnnknge tho hogs rawould eat innkrs n good self-fetion for hogs Hint nro being grown for market purposes. ' Silage and alfalfa or clover haj iniike u balanced ration and wonder ftil results liavo been obtained from Iheko two feed ulone. 0) PaiLt Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. ' It The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr o, 1919 Apropos Of Bohemian Oats. With the average farmer's bankroll I Just n little fatter than It has liccn in years lie Is the shining Jut now for the fnke security salesman, the stock company promoter, the multl tuilinous sharper. All of which recalls the famous In client of the Ilohcmiati eats. Ohio farmers of the ol.lcr genern ' tlcn will retail it instantly. Some of them nave fallen for it as tney may ue ilomi; even now witli these later otTer Ings. Ilchemian oats wete represented as world heaters for quality nnd pro Especially lific production. suited for oat meals and rolled oats, which then were just coming into popular ity as brenkfnst foods. Hut the trouble was, according to the sharpers, there was no supply. So they sold seed oats to the farm ers nt $10. a bushel and agreed to buy their entire crop nt harvest time nt the same price. And the farmers fell for it. Bought oats nnd planted ncres of them. But when harvest time came the sharper failed to show up. And the farmers found they had raised a very ordinary grade of oats which they I might hnve bought on the market for seeding purposes at 40 cents n bushel. ) Most of the stocks being offered to the farmer today nre in n par with the Bohemian oatsj purThe one always dependable chase is n government bond. And shortly the Victory Liberty ' Loan will otfer you a safe investment. When harvest time comes round it I always produces. There is no deNo faulting of payment. No risk. gamble. The business behind it is cs- And tablished nnd wholly solvent. the earning it insures is eminently FIFTH LOIN 'STUNTS' WILL FEATURE TANKS, THE MOST DANGEROUS n No nrnnns of hs humin hfMy ar tmpnrtitnt lit hrai'h nn.f leim life a th kMntyt. Whrn they slow up unit coin, njenra to lair in their ituiles. fiok out' f'lnil out teh.it the trnubte la wtthmil delay. Whenever yon feel nervous, DISEASE Tf mm il If in I EPT secret and special V . and personal for you is its sir -- tight sealed package. .A fioody TV Isf is worthy .of your lasting re sard because Three flavors to suit all tastes. Be SURE to get of its-tastin- g quality. I k WRBGLEYS Seated Tight Kept Right I The renlurles, They contain only with rlimhlne.1 Oils TROPHY EXHIBITS WHICH WERE weak, tltsty. surfer from sleeplessness, loned, NOnthlnir nnl sy.tern-Ciniln slrenntti-cltliii- r or have ruins In tho Uuk tcuAe tp lierts. well known ar.il uie.t by phrsi-riin- i GO POPULAR IN FOURTH ilot.i' nf osre. Your klilnejs need htlp. Ttiewj In heir dally pn. ti-- e DRIVE COMINQ AGAIN. .Ml.llAl, Ilnrlenl nil are ilans to warn ymt 1h.it your irs dire, t from fin ii'iornlores in nre tint ierrormlnir their func.l.nl In taUe. half Ilntl.ind 'Kiev nr eon O.NT stow away tions properly. They are nnlprompt teller or work srt.t Ins: jour rattles and ilotntr ttulr arcitmulate are allow contort- and will either lie refundM Ask for your money will nn.l lie t.i noise-make- r. ed tntn uric dchl nnd other iioleons, Ihem at any rlru.r alnre. hut he sure to and horns erhlrh urltflnni Imported iltit.l ailalnu you illalrts The Vic- destroynreytm unless they are alut will Kei the l.rand Accent no Miballlules. Urlveu Mi:tAt. tory l.oan Is going from jour system Ttiree aliea In sealrd lckanea to bring with It Jn.--t as many occasions for a big lime as of the toregnlng drives, all) The trophy trains bigger, better-equippe- d and scheduled for Ioiiki r Flops In e.ieh town -- are to lour the district ag.tin. One of them will slop in our town or near enough to It so OP LANCASTER. that )iil ran (ti t to It. Air circuses will perform mer a (treat many of the cities and among . the planes lo take part are a number (lerman Kokkers. of J. K. STOIIMKS, Vice-'PrcsA. U. DENNY, President. And lest of all there will be a It fit S. C. DENNY, Cashier. ClIAItt.lK THOMPSON, Teller. of tanks. These tanks, regulation UANDOLPH HAIHtlS, Individual whippets, will be routed mer the disIIUC.H MOHl.KY, fieneral trict singly so that practically all of the territory will be coered. The Is furnishing War Department the tanks and tank crews nnd there nre For Rent. Safety Deposit Boxes no stunts which these mighty rmwl. era cannot perform under the guld. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. anre of the fe.irles.4 drivers who will J. 11 (5. 11. Swinehroad. J. 11. Posey, Alex P.. Denny, take them ouL Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. Music? Yen, Indeed There will tie two or three bands on tour In the district. Arrangements hae been nude for service bands from the army and the na). Clcsnllneti Necessjry. Race of Ooat Builders. VY! en our dntiMhli r was six The Irlli from time tnnietiiurlnl have Jenrs td-- l her first wiude-M'l- e hmi boat builders, nlttii.ili.-t- i the west he was taken tn p. rforiiuiiee One tlllllllN-- nil th" or the hnkii mackerel was a daneer ubn wore lery ctnt to the south, or the haddock fish- pio'-raeries nn the southeast lll,lt be lltil iirtle, nnd Ijiiii'm first remark when tfle dniiei-- r was? "(Hi. luniiima, to !indertanil the reel Ingenuity nf the f l.e ' fair. In n large but he has to wah herself dean, IrMi tintlte hunt builder Plain it of her shows." Clew-lanway I'.eirast represents the high Don't sink your money in modern-- I If one of these Is awarded to ou I u!i r. of the shipbuilding Imliiitry, ized Bohemian cuts. clear? will our conscience be ' The old fashioned proved stand- -' Liberty Every Iwn volunteer lijs are best. worker who panic-Ipati- s In the camSubscribe to the Victory Liberty paign for the sale Loan. ot the Victory Lib erty ljn.ui, which Is April 21, to FEEL will b" gltrn a medal made from FROM THAT COLD? one ot the Cr rmari , Uet some (H'l.t) MIUIAI. Haarlem v.t Capsules nt onee. Tliey ar nn old. tri- t prcpaiatlon used All over tlio world for THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus Capital $50,000. $30,000. Civilians to Get Medals for Work In Victory Loan MISERABLE can lion rTlM.l,m.-,ln- raptured Co!d3 relieved by Dr. Kiwi's New ClscoTery Mothers In Heaven. Jews In English Cities. "Perhaps c(en i'rum heaven our There are more Jews In Manchester mothers see lis anil protect us still. than In uny other city In the United I think they do." "Mothers anil Kingdom. For Its size Lieds has more Children," by 1'iauk Da'nby. Jews in proportion than Miinche-ti- r, though the actual number is slightly le.'s. Got Ft on Pocr Toed. A recruit at one tit the southern camps wrote a long letter home, which Value of Silence. he started by telling how rotten the If a man abuses an enemy, he hurts fowl was, ami that he didn't get himself, anil If he prales Mm, hli enough to oat. Near the end nf tlio friends say he Is u hMrlte. There letter, about pace fifteen, he tolil the eeins to be no course more rreilltable folks how fat he was getting, having than tlie simple courso of keeping still. ginned ten pounds In about a month. I Topekn Capital. an J coughs nre quickly VVLLHiffS PaB by the Yanks In the Chateau Thlerl liBSSH will of a h.tlf The front side o! It, depleted In the I accnmp.ir.ylng cut, i will bear the Inscription "Victory IJberty Uian" imd a reproduction of the Treaury Defiartment building at Washington. On the reserve side will be engraved the government's acknowledgment of the servlco fierfonm-and a space will be left so that the recipient Make Your Bowels Bchavo may have his or her name engraved. Make them function vith gTatif)in; The medal will be the first of its precision. If regulation of the diet klud ever distributed by the gin emdocs not relievs their torpidity Dr. Kir.j's New Life rills will. They are inent to clTlllsns. The plan was de perfect bowel trainrrr, clnnic the cided upon after an almost unanimous rystenj surely, csriortatly. demand bad been received from work ers over the country for some permanent .mtnenlr of their patriotic co j operation. 1'robably you are worrying about Several Oenuan cannon, brought just what excuse you are going to over with reluming Yanks, have been' otfer the Victory Liberty Loan sales- melted, rolled and are U'lng stamped lapels of the civilian man this campaign in refusing to give out to adorn the army. him your subscription. Maybe you have several excuses but simply cun- ! .. i .. !. u:l. e . liui inane up juur iiiiou t.imii m iimu is best. j Don't let it worry you for nn in- -' Now guns are rusting, stunt. Ollice Phone IS. Resilience I'lione 33. No more the legions smash, The country is full of soldiers juit The Weed springs in the dugout. j back from the front. Thousands of The battle fire Is ash. them are coming back cicry week. So hats off to the doughboy, Some of them are pretty well shot up, And hats off to the gob, sulferini; from hcll shock, wek lungThe Victory Loan Is coming. still ed from having been gassed, Let's finish up the jobl shaky fron trench fever, or minus an arm or u leg or on eye. True Genius. The Great Art. Trade Commission Chases They know what this war game There It but one art to mult ! Oh, c are w mo man or Mv.. Kiuii-iu- i Bond Scalper to His Lair They saw something of what Uie world who obeys the morale, as If I knew hmr to omit 1 woulil ask no was. in humility, anil In the obligation to other knowledge. A man who knew (he Hun did for Krunee and Belgium, Trade Commission ban The nerve mankind. True genius nlwnjs how n omit would make nn "Ulnd" nf u Tr-chave something of an idea what taken further steps toward protecting has these Inspiration dally paper. Holier! Louis Stevenson. lie would have tried to do for Amerholders of Liberty Ilonds from fraudschemes. stixk promotion ulent ica had lie ever got over here, Unicorn, And they would like to know, Reaching ipieBtlounalres havo been I Good Definition. II run whutu- - literature sunt to many The unicorn Is a fabulous nnlnial, Charles mid Hoger were trvlns tu doubtlers, just why uny loyal Ameriturned over with the body of a horse but of larger define the word dead, when Charle can will refuse to subscribe lo the h.-- been examination. to the commission for size, anil with one horn or 1 '.' to settled the matter with, "When jimr Victory Liberty Lpan. knowing thut The questionnaires contain 32 qucH-thinrublls In length on Its forehead, per- blood don't percolate no more, you're the American soldier wrote the death bearing on tho amount ot profectly straight, with n white base, dead!" wutrant for I'russianism and how he motion, stork nnd sums actually block middle, nnd red tip. filled in doing it. and tho corporation's organlza-vesti-and the consirntlons' organisaThis urmless, or legless, or sight-let- s or lungless or nerveless returned tion plans, profiertlca nnd financial '"nnk will be glad to listen to your rnndltlona. The Information Is called for at once, attention being directed 1 n 1 .cuse. to tlio iienaltli-- attached for failure Hunt him up and tell it to liiui. in aw n to do so. Try all of them on lilm. ) If you can convince him you should for t l,o money oiinve uiul hive no trouble with the salesman. And If yuu escape with a while note how mndi mure ress'.m you'll tuUcribe to the Ran. pectfully yiur creditors reUcliove me, boy, you'll rubier ho. KoWy should feci "perfectly mis. crable" (rom a cold, cough or bronchi:! attack lor very long. 1'or it takes orl a little while to relieve 't and ret bact on the road to recovery when Dr. Kinz's New Discovery is faithfully used. It soon looiens the pMccm, rr. licves irritation, soothes the parched, sore throat, brings comfort. I all a century old and more popular today than ever. At all drujsiits. VPPPJsj '"' about the size TELL IT TO HIM. 1919 SEASON. 1919 W. 0. RIGNEY. Star Chester, 6470 in 6470, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Let's! from Lancaster, ky. and neai. McCrfauy, AT I offering the services of star chester, for the season of 1919. at my farm six miles $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL Lancaster, t.eliev I i o'Terinc a horse with rnhce blood linet tlinn any Fuddle Million standing lit three times tin; fee. He l.a- - fi.r In. sire Champion Ilourbon Star, who won in more classes thu'i uny horse in Kentucky during hit show career. Ilourbon Star ar sired by Ilourbon 'King, lie by Ilourbon Chief and so on down through the Chief family, STAR CI1K.STKU..OI70, by Ilourbon Star, S'JlS, ho by Ilourbon King, 17hS, he by Ilourbon Chief, ,U71. Ilourbons Star's dam Ella Uodman, -- U ll, by Chester Dare 1U, STAR CIIKSTEK'S dam was Ermine Dare, 833U, by Dan-Devi1U70, by Chester Dare 10, Second dam Daughter, by Chester Dure, 10. I nni offering the blood which is in You ran readily see our greatest Champion Saddle llorsu.1 of Die day. Will ulso at the same time and place stnnd two good Jucks. I t 6 Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO INSURE A J2S.00 FOR JENNET. Chief Napoleon, LIVING COLT. B107, has proven himself to be a good I. Jennet Jack. ..... PLI. bnecK Finis Napoleon, AT $10.00 TO INSU.1E. hands high, yellow- - with white points, his none and body nnd fine lie ml and curs. As I tun standing two good Jacks tills year, I will give tlio furmcrs u cbanco to breed their stock tit a reasonable low fee. I will retain u lien on all colts until senson money Is paid. Mures trnnsferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance und , must be paid nt once. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should uny occur. IIo Is 15 sBi) mi Liberty Loan Levity They know he Is doing business in a open such an account even it will grow all right. re ESsrs' 1 gard you Tliey like to do business with a mint who lias uti account at the Girrard Bnk i Trait Co Ilettvr ' New Invention., iil;.pid u para An Inventor has l propellers liutu with hand 'i the theory that n tier vuu Kuldo hi '((.cent ihereby. (We hope that you'll pardon our laughter.) Our philosopher suys; When land v.ai dirt cheirp folks could say, "Hoot Ceorge Soak em. a bond scalping grafter. liny or ci'i '; bu! now t?u.' Lin Is out Attempted to prey bf sight, fJU I ..'id liiltcr ling the Upon "Sure Shot" Jim Hay lofj. Ala, now aeorga tuuiga from a rafter. bueirvst like way, are not large. our affair Thv Walker Bradshaw. I'lione R. F. D. No, 3. 304-U- . The Garrard Bank & Trust JCompany LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919. ABANDONED WESTERN OIL FIELDS FOR RICHER lnuwMi. Tlioy kinw that hf lnklti N ore tmi'i k Ulit enivatlon at nrer ii elteii aren. Hint Ziwv i i he Iiml n, of mi exert iin)er'i;eilii tM wimhl e n llii lil Hie I'Tiiet extent if neiillli nhlrh tin einlilliliineiit nf, mill, unii'.l prniliiii. I'lillki' tin iin-r- i limuilw nf nn nil well, the poleriHnll Hiii nr n rlnr llelil inuhl hi elllillieil. 'I'lielr reporlii wen! tviiiiil tnnii A, Arimlil, Slate .riilii- .MeH'lllfl, h iW nf M ".oirl, ami IjiIiiIi 4 iiiliiemhiclot ami encllieer, Iiml irm nl Hie irnl himi-iI tluit nf Hip IMii'iml J. .Mdiermntt, nf ntlnr-neIk the iiirpiiratliin'a I'r. IltvliT Ik mil- - nf tin- - illri".-ln-r, ii k Ik nl- -. I'r ChurleK A. Punk. nf tin I.OI'ISVII.I.i: The i.llln-i- i .MANSIW.I.It I.IlAli & ZIM' SYM'I I 'ATI:, whlili i'fl HI, fnririeil I'.IIS, are Ilie itiiie an Untt! nf tin except Hint Dr. Keiilinky kjmlli-.it- i ami .t. ('. lieeli r It Vlei j i in briiiini kmiwn lali'l, I' will Known LniilMllli- - IniilueM mill in"'i il.i .' i will n lien lim mini. Ik ii illrrilnr. liter half nf Iho i' nf fi r HI ' I.IIIlJe, . lilt all nf iipllnl Ktmk nf S.'JM.imii nlremly lull tlelulty lull lieeli Midi. O.llei'K nf Hie enmpnuy urj pmmV.i . 'nml In 1 I Ii. IhiII Iiler nml lil HUH nt Hi S!nrl; Itlilc, UhiIkvIIIi. I'll! M" . re rein! tn Inuiiill Tin 'tin I, Ik bi'lim pill nut at JI.KI Ihi-l- r pi per hhnri. (pur nihil-' 'I r m . elm nf rnll The iiiinpitii'K pmperly Ik In the for Hie iiru'timl'iiii nf Ineiil hiiirl of ilie (Murk MiniiitnliiK, Wrlitht f Ho fnrt-llin em Ii i niiip iiiIi-fniini.t, Mn. one forty iicri' trnit l.i iiles. Ilm-l- i if thin' fiirimr.iHniiK thiiM nf Iho lit n tni Kelltm-K.- t ii III l.e priiiiteil enm'''"MlniiH iirniiml (!' K.tlllllillle, klmitll iik tin' i'l iDiri'im nf Hie Ii'iim'i whli li -- I'lnim r Mill." nml nf V. II. ('ulilitell, par. it i nrpnrnilnn will holil nii-- l of Jhi'm Ilie, I. in in n iik II Itoillilrl which w'.l lie ciihiiiiecil In tnliu wil'i Mill." Till tract l nne of nilUlty Mtrrinnnlhn: It. tin vu'wIiik Ihi' lnt In Hie illnrlet iilthnimli llin-- i l.nnl fortj-iien- Tin Kill inky Miili-lli-l- 'l Irnel-- i lire well loiak-other Ine 'Sinl.eiilH wiih imnriiriileil .lull'! uml partly teti'il. HI, IMS. ir enpli.il Pimk of Slll,il So, a Ihi m'W I.OI'ISVII.I.i: MAXS Willi nut. wnn ipilill ln Nut ember rii:i.i i.i.ao zinc svNi'h'ATi: t It liou.liT l4 llrn mill, whlili mhi'i the liusl .Iiinn Hk wl N bepin h.ii,iii nn ilie i:rniiml, ami III"" rnlll.lliei of the poor ilelltlKt mi Miru.'r.v I u""r ilMih'iiil fur Jan-narenrrleil further iitnn 11k way to tho wiik kiIiI ktoekhnlilern, follmlllU p.H kel nml liilllk neeijtllitK nf illvlileml for uliiettil liiteituia the couiilry oitr. whlili wua pnhl u H I eliriinry. Our philuaophcr fiiyn:. Lots of timca The Kei i"iky h.Miilleiito In niaih up a pasture is n piece of Inrnl, that nf Keiitui ky men. I if. im iiliint T M. I'lo ll.M'. nf l.llUlllli', nf tven't Brow (irasK, with n pretty koocI ihi Nm'-- i llio lii'iilnl Ijil'iirntnry, ,1s fence nrimnil it. Irennirer, IiiilKillh', 'I heii viiilncli-n- l leMirlfi lienr nut 10 iry whleli Inter hi i v.i nt n 1. .. I'll' nrllrill nf thu Cllllli relit i .Miinv it rleli III i ,.l pi An-- . llelil, .tin ii'.'i to lh. :lifirv, i f . ' lllullfKt I' lit K 111 Jlnti'll I. the il"" i . - i - o nf a nlenln, 'llii p .' on Ik fnuiiil i the int I.. r e, i ti i atiil ile;n 111 .i.i' ni tin iI'Miiiicd licfitrai". reoie ( llie I ' l i.il n nil rlKM li Iho a law priKlili nt, nml N. I'. Curelim Ik necrr-Inr- y. W. V.. Nenbnhl, of IiiiIkvIIIi, It Rotarians Honor Youths. The bijreest ilny in Owennlioro, nt least from the tnmlpoint of the farm boys nml girls, was March 12tli, l'JI'J. club members were enlcr-tnlnc- il nt n banquet by the Kutary Club ami presented with certificates of merit by the College of Agricul- very little of the work being done In Daviess County by their county ngenl Hoys' and Oirls AgriThe Kotarians pledged themselves to make this banquet Arrangements affair. nn nnnunl were also completed whereby the winners In the v;rioU6 projects of the club next year will be presented with bronic mednU. In promoting cultural Clubs. PROMISE IN ZINC ORE Organization of the Louisville Mansfield Zinc & Lead Syn dicato Revoals Business Romance Dr. T. T. flrclcr. ture. Two hunilr.-il club members were Plan For The Drouth. j Mjjn.itf, Dentist, Then Oil Sold Interest In 157 Wells (or Digger Prospects. riH I.onItllli. Kr. Ilntv n IiukIm-srnarn4. IiNimiiiiiIiik In tin bosom of lliirjh, Inl tln Mother nj ti ii ilriiim f lltllllellcif tllllt l fill! lllllllTlllllllll 11 liniiiKhl nut In tlic iirKmilrntlnti lnrv mil lit tin- - Ij'iiiMlllc IjiiiI & Xlne i utc t'niiipiinv, 11 iitrpiiriillon llii Murk Ik hecnmiii, t ! prop hi which rnplill. erty nf II.m public. That It l imt a rniuii'itt nf tin oil Held will In n mat- l ml surprise ti tliii'i" ttlm liHik In rs' I) to tlu nil "rll im tln fiiiim In nf tilll!U' milltltlCI'. rnrniiltlnli nf the IntUTll!c M:lfl I .V Z.lnc Kymln.itc lli lil Units rli.nl) iinhi nf II Km. til. ky .M. in. ililil IjiiiI t. 7..M X mil nn nn nper ruti'. a nirjHiniUnii nln-mlInn Mini: iiml ilh hli'iiil ii.iyliic Im- in-'Imik I'l'tctt jrnr! the tin- nil Hi !il nf (In- - wi I iiml In .1 ilia r In n n::i I ik'.tlmmu i'i'IiIi l. lu pk Farmers, who bundle cattle, and Sixty of them won certificates of dairymen, who milk cows, always merit. drciid the late cummer drouth. At At the haniUct each I'.otnrian one club member. After such times exquisitely green pastures the ilelicncics had been disposed of, become brown and stock of nil kinds each Hotariun introduced the club suffer for want of fresh green food. member who happened to-bhis par- Those farmers that have silos fo? winticular cucst, nt the same time ter feeding can provide for the drouth the nccomplishmcnts of the quite easily. Summer silage is being boy or pirl in the agricultural club. used more ircncrally each season and .Much enthusiasm was aroused by rcveral kinds of silage can be grown. this particular phase of the program The Kxpcriment Station at Lexing mid tin ceremony was frequently in- ton, Ky., has used summer silage to terrupted with applause which reach-e.- l very great advantage. For two years iti hcicht at the introduction of rye wiu cut and made into silage; but live sisters! all of whom raised poul- it was more costly to handle than try. Following nn address by a rep- I corn. If an extra nmount of silaije resentative of the College of Agricul- were put up each autumn it could be ture and the county ngtcn, the cer- carried over. Kven nn empty silo tificates of merit were presented. thin spring could be partly filled by meet growing a cm acres of some extra It was a great ing not only for the boys but ato for cany corn wnicti would maiurc ancnu the Ilotarians who formerly knew cf the drouth. enrnllej In Daviers County last year. Inwn, Heed the Warning Of Authority! "Make Your Dollars Have More Cents3' Or. T. T. Qetltr. In n ulle nf nttleeK In the SlnrkK Itnllilliii: ii timiH kecn-cyii- l iiinn, to lug tn make etcry inimili' yield lt llllllnoplii-ripmtil uf re.tllt of nil nf M preurc, ktiii.ii nil iiliiit tin' in- lc Dr. limine, for In' Inn) lltcd It. t T. T Heeler, tlee nf tin- - new He Ik the mail ZINC S NlillWTI. ttlm, elctin years aim, while a pnic-tli-lIn mi Oklahoma tnmi. beciiiin- - IntrriMnl In ttcMcin nil ii tclnpineiit. Willi linlillnei III I.'h nil well nflcr li liiul becnine MieviM.i'ful In tli.it ciinic, Ir Heeler hint whIto-Inrtiiiiiii- i' t iIib Killillltlii ur iiml i ii:i iii'Ii" , nf tlint gtunc. ii it limy rlchtl) In' i ailed, lit' miw lui'ii riinliil it ji Into ilu realm nf unl'liii rlilu'i. In' kiiv ImiH't fulfilled l.v)iiinl tlii'lr ii'Ui limits, lint In- - KUt llii' ntlii'r side, tun. nf the nil iimim It miccrtiiiiili, iiml tin- - ruin that tli' i.orisvii.i.i: ji.Nsni:i.i i.i:ai & StockNow$L We're away over the $200,000 mark! We've received checks for stock from States as 1$ liiilni', lirnllillit tn tome. r ItiH'lt r hinnl nlwut tli strike tmi'le in tin fmiinuii Jnilln tine tturfjliii: the lli nn' illnirlrt p.. i nf tin new fnuiiil Mr rilli'i'li"! Hull 111 lli. nil l.'iiiy I i liii", when a Hi-I- t wa ilrlllil, ii.i lin'rt.il iniilil null certainty tell wlildi nf fniir lliliiifn would In' tlic remit- nil, water, ciik nr a hnlo In tin uriMtHl. l II Hint an nil well, drilled 1 fii'l In tin- - emuiul. frniii l.Hl In ll lift from f.V'tIO o J'ai.liiil beforetin") Ami real iirmiiNii was knnun. hi rniiiimreil tlila ullli iImIii hi IhiiI U iIIiiti-iiilmut Hit iiilnltiK ItHliWrjr, III ulilrli iiiiliiri'' hliint nf unullli llii i iiiuiitirnlUi'l.i iIiim In tin Mirfatn uml mi emt'r null urrnn, (imtmrtlnn, ii oiunll Initial iiiiiIh. II lurlU'lilarly to till niinimrl-ii- n li'ilUil Klint In hail lu'iinl iilmut tin Uhlcrt.ullt) om ilny I lli'lil, llirli-mih tint Inns In niiikliiK llllllil. It WI1H lUil JUIIK Hftll tn III wIiUIi.m KmihaK t'lly Hint tin irnjt-itnmv Ih'Iiik carrli'il In cwry utali' In I'r. tin I ii.iiii, luul lln .liui'iitlon. Him-Iil n partner, nM'ri"l hail Ili'liU, uml lil iiHiiitrlliuia ullli Hit nil luul mi iiji-nl- , mtmi In I In' ti'i'linliiiu nf nidi mi uuilt'rlnlliii:, I ' lni t'itiuutt nif ortuiiltlvs In thu Juilln III Iir distant as New York and Texas! Investors are judging the value of the stock of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company by the record of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate. That company, already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in January and 3 in February. The officers and directors of both companies are chiefly the sam,e gentlemen and the newer company has been organized to do just what the other is doing but on a larger scale. its holdings are greater, consisting of four tracts' of 40 acres each in the Mansfield District, right where the Mother Lode of the great Ozark Lead and Zinc fields comes nearest the surface. We've proven our holdings by drilling. We're already sinking the first shaft for our first mill! LoiiUville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co., Inc. 409 Storks liuilding, Louhville. Ky. T. M. Crutchcr, President. A'af C. Cure ton, Secretary. ,T. T. Heeler, Vice dUlrlct. Hut It wilt hy cliiinrn Hint Iht real oiinrl unity was fnuiiil. Out ilay, wiih frull when Ir. Iteeler'K einlw-arli'Mtly lililerln wlih pi'tipln In I he llelil to ulikli iirofi'i'ilom wire ill rc.u!y fcwurnilni;, an ohl man culleil liliu unltle. "K Jim want to tee an unnorkeil locality. I want to tliow yuu koinelhhif," tin ohl ti.an. An Ihu remilt of the InvestlpiHon nnil nwijlni: uhlc-l- followcil, I'r. Heeler, lihi partner nml several notaries tn all of the pulillc uutomohllea Hie out In the nearby town affonleil, lali iifliriniiiii In what ! now tin The cliauffeiirsaml MannfleM ilUtrlrt. thu notaries anil all otliera with whom tin parly caino In rontact wern liouml to Keereey, Thero were neither nor notaries available for other KisIhli prospectors. That win October 10, 1017. In adav or Ay, thu proopectora hail serure-lettken on IR.(KK) alios of Uml rich in ore, and hail laid the foundation of Ui project which U now becouilM ni- f H'. I;. Xewbold, President. Treasurer. I am interested in your proposition and would be glad to make an investigation without obligation on nig part. Kindly send me copies of your booklet and fullest Information. Name Address ' DIMCTORS: J. C. Malwti, H. i. iS'ewbold, AVtf C. Curctoti, T. M. Crutchcr and T. T. Heeler. J t 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Manure Spreader, Pitless Scales, 24 Disc grass seeder-Che- ap if taken ot once. H. S. Plows and Turning plows, $12.00. Oliver Riding nnd Walking Plows. John Deere Disc and Smoothing Harrows. American National Fence at Reduced Price while it lasts. Dcerins Wcgon and old Buggy cheap. ELEGANCE IN SPRING SUITS Ky. Thursday, Apr 0 1919. HAKKSBUKY J. IR. MOUNT Deal House. The .3 PAINT! SIYTY.THRFF MEN CO. VI PAINT! PAIN Get our prices on House Paint. WOUNDED BY SHELL THAT KILLED FOUR MEN Can save you money. "Y" DECORATED shell fire nml gas for throe "mining in which lie ran . ., , . enrrled hi canteen lilt six tinier, nml finally ion.".Trlnngle vfiwf the ramp nmlknocked out liy a shell which the Red trenches nbrond nt n cost of Kl live.... . .. tu,,i.,,,i,,l. ,mi..niiiirtt"hiiicii iuur iiii-ii- , miiumeu iniriy una I ', put lilm In n hospital for two months, " ' , Ilrmv. m Ouy A. Willi", n Hrand Rapid., Midi, The youthful nml chic milt shown hy tin n MutiMiitit to lumberman, lias returned on crutches nrcnnllnc wnr work council of tin- - . here rlll Interest tlimo utm nro took- national Idr for novelty. Taking ndwintage of Of tLoe fntalltle ,Vi wcr M. C. A. olTcred by -- prlng due to disease, and the remainder to several privilege drowning styles. It hns assembled strnlcht line, shell-fire- , IhhiiIi", tiitT. flaring tJeeves, crls'-crand nnd wound. Ten of theM- - were women, one of whom wa killed by k1k.II rows of buttons In n charming model smooth-facel. fire and the other) In n (Senium nlf made of cloth, l.xcept for diagonal, silt pockraid. ets, set In nt each side, the skirt Is non-fatThere were nlo Tliet were due principally quite plain, hearing out the elegance to machine gun fire. sb'il fire, mid ni.c which the designer had In mind and Numerous executed so well. The coat ha slaslt-e-d tor transport ncildciitn. seam forming 11 e pnnel, two at nises of slight wound. nnd wing stn the front, one at each side and one at which wcie ntttwhsl nt ", the bark. Ijirli front panel I Hon, but were to.: rejmrtiil t with n row of button, nnd the are not hieludeil. Tho-- e rastnllle 'ninreit In a force lile panels have beautifully crow-ba- r uhtih nt !. time P.ll work- tucks as a flcUIi at the bottom. Hiil that more ers, of who.'- - It ! i FOR SUMMER AFTERNOONS never sent to the than oiiMin'f wire front, Ih i.ii ou'vbvod In thi hundred j.ednla'.ieil throughout the i hit tra'' i:?' .' mot llie'lenie areas." r r iliree "Y" worker were deco-'( in nil more than l."2 re-- r t if. v inl recognition for dlstln-(.!- . ",cil i -- ' nice. Thirteen of these mil -:.''Mi-ntewith the Croix de ie ii it . while It received, other deco-- i (if thee. three received the i l Service Cne., threo ( u . of St. Stanl-la- u. fie the t'.e Halt, Cavallexe del Corona, ."S the llnllnii War Cro, and one tha I'niuli decoration of the CorpV d'Arniee. Seven were cited for the vcii for other Croix de fi.ifrro, and decortitlon, lx commended for merit orloii- - eomluct, and twenty-nin- e honorolile mention In dl- lutclie. Sevi'ral unit were cited In I their entirety, lhoe serving with 111" Third dlvMon being clteil twice. Mors tlian a score more reported decorations GUY A. WILLIS. have not yet been confirmed. Not one of tliee men under thirty from France, evidence of the real elm-tlo- ii with which Y. M. C. A. canteen men wns fit for military duly, but the fliow that they curriml on with worked with the troops In th St. the same courage nnd spirit thut Idenand Argonne drive:!. American throughout the wnr. Willis wns attached to the Three tified record show that they went Thee Hundred and Fifty-fift- h regiment. over the top with the assaulting Eighty-nintdivision. In the Toul secthey exposed lheinelve wave, that tor, which the division held until the under machine gun and sjicll fire to St. MihicI drive began, Willis1 Y. SI. C. minister to the wounded, that they For sumuiertliue and uftentoons, A. outfit had a canteen near Mont Sec, worked Inile fntlgnbly as stretcher at lleaumont, and one of his pleasant bearers, and that they drove ambu- here Is n frock which may be worn with assurance on the promenade or Jobs was to drive almost dally around lance Into the midst of hattlo to resanywhere else. Any of the sheer mathe famous Dead Man's curve on trips cue the wounded. terials georgette, voile, lawn, organto get supplies for Ms canteen. Willis l' die, will serve to make It. Its new style entered Benny, In the St. Mihlel drive, A New Shocjc for the British. feature nre apparent In the wide hem three hours after the Germans had Loudon. The American soldier's ca- and girdle, the round neck nnd deep been thrown out of It. pacity for chocolate J u never-endin- g cuffs. A simple and smart braiding on source of wonder to Ilrltl'hers, a won- the front of the blouse contributes to French Tribute to "Y." der that has Jut been given a new Its success with Just the right amount John It. Mott, general secretary of stimulus by a contract the Y. M. C A. of decorntlon. national war work council ot the Y. I hus closed to take over a plunt and M. C. A., has been made a chevalier of , manufacture 00 tutu of chocolates TO CROWN YOUTHFUL HEADS chocolates u month. the Lesion of Honor. t'nler p SH '"" .,.!,., ll'i. children visited her parents, Mr. nml sovcrn! days with their grandfather, In Jessamine. Mrs. T. 1 Bryant last Sunday. Mrs. Mnhntr, who has been quite ill R. A. N'njior who lias been stationMr. nnd Mrs. Illulfnrd Jennings nml is better, children visited her parents, Mr. nnd ed nt ('rent IJitcs is home having been discharged. Mrs. It. K. Spenkc spent Mondny Mrs. J. T. Allen nt the week end. with friends in l.nncn-tc- r. lien Nnylnr hns arrived safely from Mr. nnd .Mrs. Sam Davis nnd Mrs. Miss Stella Yeakey of Hubble wn Addle Dnvi nnd Mrs. I'cnrl Davis overseas, according to a letter rethe itucst several days lnt week of nnd children visited Mr. nnd Mrs. ceived by his mother. Mirs Annie llinnk. John Davis Inst Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ruble spent Mr. Kinnnlrd Morton nnd Miss returned nfler a pleasant visit with i Tlmrsdny in Lexington. Ilourne of west Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. K. K. Spenke Sunday. s V Mr. !lrgnrct Askins hn returned Mr. W. I). Marksbury has returned nfler 111 cxtemu I visit with relatives from Lexington where he spent n nl Wilmcre nnd McCreary. week with his son, who ha not beer i Joe llmiiilton nnd Don Asklns were TIRED MEN and WOMEN oc well. Friday. i Lancaster, who "feel old bifore their time," who sre Unguhl, hive lm energy mai Missionary Day will be obscned1 John Ruble of Dnnville was. here Isck smbition Ihrie sre often luirercn Dmclime in the near future nt the from kidney ' Thursday. trouble. church, was announced by Mr. (5or-- j I Mr. Howard Lnne nml Mrs. T. M. W.V. nvtrwnrkrd of dW.wd kld.fy. tr I morning. IndK.lfd br mSllionl.. Blwata lifrd. nrrvou. The on Doty Sunday Scott attended the funernj of their cOKdll'on, br t.llowBrM fit .kin and puSi. leathers will meet Saturday to assist, lMl.r bMkKhf, .lid Mm., tott c&McIrt, little cousin, Howard l'euic nt Wil-.1- 1 The S. S. i (tannine for the day. ore, Monday. are requested to lie present Mrr. It, A. Dunn nnd little son, Sunday morning to receive the part-Lewis Armstrong, are spending the ,gned tu them. l uffrrlotl nt m!ary, $tt rihl mt thr cu week with Mrs. Dunn's parents, Mr. ih kklnert mJ ti)ajif aoj rtttor io ohiiJ Mrs. Itessie Kemper was married rtilt iad bechbr Condi t loo. nnd .Mrs, Will (looeh at Stanford, R- - Rffw. N. DuMlst, IU . wrttri "1 want to Saturday March lfith, to Mr. William iy I m heurr. li1nf I titnrJ ta ute rokv In ih bed I Leslie Sharp of Anderson Indiana, nt KiUir IMIi t rowM mt Urn POINT LEA VELL. rttsl urh irvrr iuIb in mv bmtk m4 hip. I in Kansas City. Mrs. Sharp I her home w ftu iifT t roiLi iv( h m wtr J I hJ to p lakini Kolv 'wh formerly lived in Carrard coun- - .kltisry l illt iv tu tit timet. Ir fa U wtMk sta bp tu.il U t Miss Janie Walker is still on the ty, has made frequent visits to our ick list. STOKMES DRUG STORE. community since moving away. They Sunday School hns opened again have the best wishes of the many it flood Hope. BUENAVISTA friends of this place. They nre .Miss Jnle Smith and mother were at Anderson, Indiana, where Mr. Sharp is engaged In the HardW. K. Uuble wns in Danville l.isti""" BUests of Mrs. W. I). Faulkner, Isnturilny and aumlay. ware business. week. Mr. Morris Mnhoney of Louisville, Mrs. J. - Dunn nnd children have CARTERS VILLE. has been the guest of his friends nnd her parents. relatives near l'oint Lent ell. Miss Kva lion spent Sunday with Mrs. Klisn Conn is vi.iting tier Miss Mnry Lee the "hello Robert Ruble. 'laughter, Mrs. l'icree Allen. j Mrs. girl" of I'nlnt Lick, visited home folks Henry Williams is out nfler an atMr. J. T. Allen who has been very Saturday night and Sunday. of the "flu". j tack ill is better ut this writing. Miss Eddie Fnulkner entertained afl R. Aimer mnde a business trip to re-- . J. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lake are number of friends very delightfully , Joicmg over the arrival of a fine girl, i Lancaster, Monday. K. I. McMurtry nnd Mark Jen ut her home Saturday mghL All re.Miss Mattie Campbell of llryunt.i-- ! ' ported u nice time. Mile is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Suslejnings were in Ijincaster, Friday. News came Saturday of the dcsith ( ooley, this week. Mrs. Conn Lnnc of Louisville Is the Mr. and Mrs, Arther IMen and guest of herasister, Mrs. Logan Scott. of little Robert the son of Mr. nnd They have the baby visited her sister, Mrs. Andy Miss Myrtle Ruble is home after Mrs. Tevis Rujbum. sympathy of their mnny friends. i teaching several months nt 1'nrksvUle ('aim last Sunday. May heaven seem dearer than ever Mr nun Mrs. Jeff Davis nnd ehil-Te- n .Miss F.litnbeth WllTinms is the atbefore with dear little Hobby up visited Mr. nnd .Mrs, Klhcrt tractive guest of her aunt, Mrs. Vm. there. He will be watching and wait Cuoley Inst Sunday. Smalley. ing for them, where rometh no trou- Anglin and mother, Ms. Charle Mr. A. D, Scott of (ireemlule spent ,le or care (iod can heal the broken Wybe nt Friday and Saturday with his wife at hearts time wilt dry away the tear are visiting Mrs. John I'renchcrsvillc this week. this place. t,ut sweet memory of our loved one I'nul and kfclas Wilson nre spending J wilt remain for louny years. Mr. and Mrs. Audit- - Robinson and t AniDiaoni ef. t ot IM It liMW 'I WP ' I 'iWMssMWsMajW M We Want You to Ride Thousands Praise this New Car Y In the Essex 1 V. I (!) I 1 Trade With AND Us r (!) I Hi The Essex is being advertised by what people say who have tried it not by what we claimed. That is why we ask you to ride in the Essex and see for yourself what this car will do. The qualities in the Essex which appeal most ore those very qualities that are most attractive in, the light, cheap car and those of the large, costly one. They nre comfort, riJinr case, endurance, and elegance at n moderate cost for purchusc and operation. Ask any motorist what he thinks about the Essex. His answer is sure to be more enthusiastic tlian anything We have tempered we have said. all our claims. We knew how strongly the Essex would speak for Itself. Every Essex Sales Room Now I Save I ,ai (:! 1.1 the Difference I I 5 H,A Bfiv General Merchandise t 1 8 Wire Fence, Vulcan and Holds Motordom's Interest Essex popularity is not limited to uny one city or locality. People instantly admire its beauty. They speak of the detail and care with which jt is finished. They note its lines and talk of features hey have never Been on any but costly cars. Such are their observations. i i Oliver Plows. m McCormick Disc Harrows. 1 1 Cash Only. BECKER and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. i i TJT BRYANTSVILLE, ricturesque Is the word best describing the lovtly millinery with which this ear's delmtiinte I destined to crown her youthful heud. ' Krery-thlu- g lu beautiful inillluery materials 1m available for her ribbons, llowers, o 'V' braid, laci and nil fabrics In colors. How effectively they nro ) used may he gathered from the hats pictured here. At the top there Is u lovely hat of tuscan and piping braid trimmed with a wreath of wheat and Held (lowers that Is. like a song of summer, lielow It a pretty hut of tuf-fetwith frayed flounces about the brim. Is lovely In luurloe with a bund of bright embroidery In the cronn.' The last hat Is of hair braid overlsld with band of narrow ribbon joined by stitches of embroidery silk. But their real enthusiasm comes when they return from a test ride. They nre not prepared for such easy riding qualities over rough cobblestone streets and worn-ou- t pavements. The Essex does not pitch its passengers about. It remains rigid and firm nnd free from rattles no matter how rough the ' service. The Essex is demonstrated on the begey hills used to prove climbing ability by nnd costly cars. Speed is shown over the same course that fast cars are demonstrated. Pas. scngcrs nre told to hold their watches on the speedometer to r.otc the quickness of Essex acceleration. These nre tilings you will observe when you ride in the Essex. We willarrangeforadriving appointment nt your convenience if you will let us know. Richmond Motor Company, Ageats for Madison and Garrard Counties. (JT) r 0 . .SV. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919 Victory Over foot HN, CHARMING NEW MODELS - IN Waists We have on display all the newest creations in waists. Our hand embroidered and beaded jrcnrjj-ett- c arc in went t aches and pains. no Freedom from all discomfort true arch support hardware appliances neccuHary. No shoes provido the .style and coiufoit, like the line we are carrying. We make a upecially of proper shoe fitting. livery woman should have a pair of our n".v sprinjt oxfords or pumps. Come in and try on your size. f Coats, Suits, Capes, Dresses at- mand.. See them. WASH FABRICS AND SILKS We now have on display a complete assortment of new sprint: styles in Coats, Suits, ('apes and Dresses. Seldom has a season been so replete .vith tractive new style developments. We shall lie jjl.nl to show them to you. These departments are overflowing wii'i beautiful patter' in quality merchandise. See them early and jjet the exclusive patterns. The Square Deal Store Joseph v. u .Vcii- rw ft - rr- - JL n n W . cr rJ SEE OUK KUG DEPARTMENT. J. b v 4 Tr W a . i; UJL..3. rc W v. W The One Price Store. Mr V I: MiCnnn anii sister, Mrs Dr I, h Walter rnme down from thcr dentist, fu.thfully followed this 1 r.neiple of KiTiciency Dentistry, have last Sallie Klmuru, and Mr. and Mm. John Mount Yernun. for the week-envery fw filled tceiii and have never Andemn, all of Lexmicton, attended Saturday. Mr- - llwf M.'iMin ami W. II. Miimii I the funeral of Mr. W. (!. Anderson .i t"ot . e.che. They have likewise are in ( inritmati for n fewily tlih Mr. William Conn of lilchmoml is last Thursday. The idea i i follow ,n regnrd to lw; s been of high nerve force u CM K heltdtiK at the Conn am! Conn Knrntre - priwemion decay. '.n as of your Wetn tulh arc concerned. The Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster. fi r several ituya . j is startinc its desMi Mlie Dunn, prineiiwil of Paint 'spent Saturday niitht with Miss Lot- Deia. process, and by the use of the e:n st o'. entually goti the patient. 3 'trllf MlPtios cf the Cominti tr.d tructive hut what about the energy and. health I. uk .Si'hool, spent the Week-cm- l Mias Allle Ynntic returneil home iit J lir.nf,l lyThoil t Art 111, ruled In tie Carson. She was en n.ute home tooth brush and antiseptics is partial- - of the patient in the meantime? i The home last Suntlay iiflir n stay of several from Diiftis, l'l.'i., where she had spent ly counteracted, but it take" period dentist 's consulted so late and the months in Florida. the winter. She left Mr. and Mm. Mi Sue Shelby Maon anil Ml ical cxnmination by the dentist to itecay has gone so far that it means a Mr. John (Jill Klnmurd. who has W. S. Kmbry. of Carmrd, at Kustif. keep the teeth in perfect condition Irrge filling. ; withdrawal pi fit tN week Kliuihetii CiIiIm went to l.oulvillc M.s Jlargiiri't of the U-- t Tursilny for a few days. been mustered out af service, has re- and they w ill come home in a few and to ilsteit the decay before it Rets tooth, restoration of some hind, an nd in Louisville They motored down but the n start toward the certnln destruction tmiticinl tooth, crown or weeks turneil to LnncaatiT. bridfCeworK Mis Nancy lliuin of KtHiiford, im Mr Robert Ilctirv has r. turnr I undertaking was so crest that they -ISy lwriodicnl prophy-- i This eat.irr.it' is alt saved teeth. by lloti. Ashby Warren, of Stiuifonl, ' will sh'p the car anil return on the of the cleaning l "n tin-- eharminK and attractive fro. I.i lllgtnti and examination of Ihms, IV'itK'tr,. , and the nerve was here yesterday, looking' nfter trair Kin t of Minn Mllie Mae Sutton. Mr. Kmbry was .n bad health the 'eetb the dentist performs a work ncrg fo,' wcr'i or pleasure also con- Mr Joe I'ranri is iUite ' his MMHV leiml business for the 1. nil. I N. when he left his Garrard county home , Mr. and Jlrs. C. U. Henry anil chilwill save our teeth in their served. Let your dentist put your i. one on Dun-- die street. hut the bill my sunshine of Florida has original perfect condition, or if you name en his list of patient! for per , week-emW. 1!. Hay and traml-sondren uperil the l with her James K. ' ure.itly helped him and he is almost are just starting with the periodical iodical nropliylax.s. with a full unMr. Krlhi Arnold Kruneis has been ;pnrinU, Mr. and .Mm. .Milton Ward. Amen of liuckeye i nt the week-enspending several ikiy in Stanford. whh his ilauKhter, Mm. I'rlntus Wal- himstlf again, .his paper is glad to prophylaxis, the dentist will be able derstanding of the principles involv' state. Interior Journal. Mm. 1,01114 l.nnilr.ini, Mrs. Joe J. ker. to preserve your teeth in as good con- ed. When you arc in possession of Mr Walton .Mm and daughters, Walker. Mr. and Mm. Clay dition as they are now or will be after the facts regarding the advantages of Mrs. lluicliey Conn and children,, were visitors in Danville this week. Imve Ikiii recent D.mville. in gets them in perfect condi-- . periodical and Mm. Mullie Wynn and daughter, A ReP.llZallOn he onceKtricicncy dentistry by the as outlined prophylaxis by tho dentist tion. in this article, you are in .Mr Thomas Austin b returned Dr. and .Mm. J. M. Acton and Mb visiteit Jlr. and .Mm. Ii. h. Conn, re j A few years ngo when the hints of zero system means preservation of position to apply the logic of it for from visit to Miss I.illW N'ui'l in Klortnce Acton, opent Sunday with cently. j the Christian Kndeavor said: "A dry the teeth, reducing the decay to the yourself. Danville. Mr and Mm. V. (i. Clark, on the Efficiency Dentistry by Zero Syi-te- m and main-- I .Mr and Jim. (Jeorge Ilishon, and American by lfC'O" we who were old- 'minimum or zero point, I.exincton piKe. .Mil Helen liryunt of Lexington, through periodical prophylax i son, W. T., were in Stanford, .Mo- er shook our heads, and sighed that it taming your energy at a maximum. with Mm. J. C. It also means minieuting tooth ditTi-- I by your dentist is your Tooth Insur- -' pint tin- week-enMi4 Hettie Vt left for Stanford nday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. ivias impossible. Iiut now we stain: cullies, preserving the teeth in as ance. Efficiency Kobmson. Dentistry decay-proo- fs on tiie mountain top of realization. Vedniiiliy where she will have Dishuii. your teeth. Decay-proo- f your Wc have the nightccnth Amend- - n:.ir the.r pristine perfection as is Dove Harris of '.in villi', has chnn:e of the niilliniry iitore of'.Mm. Jli Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wherritt, of the necessary teeth now to you will not have a i:.i nt because temperance organiza- p ifsible anil making In i'ii visiting her mm it, Mr, l'attie Kelln Arnold I'ranci. New Orleans, aie guests of .Mr. and (i'lings, inlays or restorations ap- "toothless day". tions, churches, business Anderson. Mrs. Thomas Wherritt on Lexington The WoinunN Club held .1 4ery DP.. M. S. HATFIELD, I'atients who have witnessed ns to the evils of in- - proach the uto point. avenue. mt'etini; Thursday afternoon Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Clayton .Morrow, who attends tcmpcraiue, and n to the hiiWit of h.'.ve heeded the principles of this (ndv) s;stem of periodical examination by school In I.exlngtnn, spent the week--m- l ut ttcir rooms on I.exlnnton avi nue Mrs. Annie Anderson and son, and Prohibition. Mm. Ira lloltzchiw m lender amist-e- Mrs. Aliie D.ivis and sbter, Mrs. Cha Possibly the greatest impotu that tl eir dentist have very few filled at home. by .Mm. Charlie Thnnipoon. Hnmsey, viere recent visitors of .Mrs. we can give to World Prohibition as ti eth. and where tin re is a tilling, it is An-i- lr Amanda .Mimes r'nnny a nation, is to demonsira,e to the on-- !i a very small one. This is because Mr. Kdd I.ee Conn, who lias iirriv-- i !!. K. Conn. r Jim mi. I J. M. Itlatt spent Satur-iln- y d,ing nations how a great country tie decay was caught by the dentist from iverseni, and is now stationin Lexington. Miss Mnttie Adams, who has been ran free herudf legally, and actually a' a periodical examination before it ed at New Port News, Vn., at Camp visiting her grandmother, .Mm. Nsek A had caused very much damage. from tne League power. I)r. J A. Mahaffry. of Itichmond, Hill, was a visitor the p.ut week of MrCrath, has to her home in We have been lifted up in the eyes sr.all pin point filling was all that was hf re Sunday the guest of Mr. ami Iii4 hrothem, Mensrs John, Jim and Sharpsburg. returned Had such a dee.iy been of the the nations through the part n 'cessary. Mr. C. 1). Powell. Tom Conn. we havf played in the grent World allowed to run until the tooth ached,1 Mm. Woods Walker ontcrM.ueil Mn. William who has been visiting Mrs. J. K. Dickerson. Mm. Wesley jesterday afternoon at her home a War. Now they will watch us grow-stron- the whole crown of the tooth might n One of our citizens Lancaster relatives, has returned to I)iVkiroii. Mimhos IVnrl .'mil Ijiverne anil stronger as we abolish the have had to be tilled or the tooth may manifested a most splendid spirit in few friends in honor of ,hir house I b" extracted. hr" ler home in Harlan. Idig'iting rum cume. Dickemon, Hilly Saudt m. and Lucille guest, Mrs. Woods Oglevie. his gift to the Armenian and Syrian . lie attention to the teeth is not a Kuilotph Dicker- relief by remembering twenty of the Mr. K. I.. Owsley is spending sev- - i Sutton and Master of society nor an etTort 'per so' well known citizens of Optlmlstle Thoucht. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte and Lexington, Saturday, v.'ue in ' nil liiy with her ilnui;htrr. Mrs. W. Json, motored to The li'unber of sli l;nc-- s Is the lUnp. to maintain good appearance. While former days, because of the liberal Jlr. and Mm. Amos Corder of Som-- I for the day. I! Cook, near ei of l dentistry has a feature of esthetics, spirit manifested by these men and ''in. erset, were the guests of Mr. Shulte'S Miss Klenor HmkiIM of Uicliniond, 'mother, Mrs. Hinternish, mid its larger, its main demand is necess- women in their gifts to charitable Mr. Anna Hubble ami daughter, sister. 't and Misses Mary l.eo I.ear ;ind ity. There has been evolved through enterprizes while living. Mr. and Mm. N. .Miller. Sun!a. .Mattlc Mae, have returned from a NOVEL SILKS IN SKIRTS Cook will compose n week-en- d the fifty odd years of the developfew lu) viHit at lltlhble. A gift was made in the memory of Cecil (Sesscll) (lenevicve llatson. ImiUe party at the borne of .Mm. ment of the present practice of den- ouch, the list reads as follows, Mr. ami Mr. I.uther (iibbt ami Jonea of North Miildletwon, and will who has bien upending the week-en- d tistry by the dental profession the Jlr. J. C. Krank. with her parents in Lancaster, returnweiMintr. ilnJKhter, MIm l'.lil.ibi'tll. hae been attend theTinilvr-Yuun- u system now termed Klficiency Den- Jlr. II. A. 11. Marksbury, ed Monday to Danville to icsitmo her recent visitors in Danville. tistry. A patient can. by periodical .Mr. Jake Robinson, I'rifident I!. 11. Crossileld, of l.ex j studies in K. C. W. visits to the dentist, minimize the de .Mrs. Uebeeca West, Mr. ami Mm. W. A. Speith have uiKton, was in Umcaster Sumlay, cay cf the teeth approaching the zero Jlr. lkp Hamilton. Jlr. and Jim. It. I). Wanton are ri home after a very delightful where he .'imistiil l!ev. J. K, .MooThe dentist at each periodical Mr!) Su31ln Anderson, point Mmt to t.ouitville relatie. rman, of the Christian church in the ceiving congratulations over the visit of the patient examines the teeth Mr. M. D. and Mrs. .Mat Hughes, of a little girl who was born ordination of a number of deacons. Mr. ami .Mm. Kuweit Hrown of nu I detects any unsoundness, ami if .Mr. J. Jlort Kothwcll, Wednesday at the Danville hospital. He alo spoke to the IiikIi school UryanUville have been viiitinc her a cavity is found, a rilling is made, Mr. W. II. Kinnaird, Jim. Illanton, before her marriage Monday. t'uch a discovery is of course made .Mr. Morgan Hudson, " other. Mm. Dura t.'orhrnn. was Jliss Norma Klmore, of this city adCurriy and Itobt. Lug before the deiay "would be Messm Theodore Mr. J. W. Hamilton, Mi Viruiiiiu Conn of Wilniore, Henry left Sunday v Sergt. Luther Jl. Jlerida. one of for Colunibti, vanced enough to cause the patient Mrs. Annie (loodloc, wrn n vnitur to her hruthuni, John, they have purchas- our county boys, has just returneil to notice it by any pain. Sometimes Jlr. Theo Currey, Misissipil, where Jim ami Tom Cunn, Uil week. a patient, when a small cavity is start .Mr. Ii. C. Hamilton. ed ii farm from Mm. Harvey Helm. from Trance where he has been for in the complains ot lassitude anil lack jtr. Jake Joseph, Mr. unt Mm, Alex Wnlker ami Mrs. Henry will Join her hutbaml in the lust eighteen months, . ing, Mm. Currey front line trenches, and is at present of energy, but of course does not at-- 1 jir3- - i)orcas Wnlker, ilaUKhtir, Viruiiiiii l'uirl, of Uiuton. a few wiek... Mr. and e. stationed at Newport News, Vn, lie to tribute It to a small cavity m a tooth. jr- - j Oklnhoma, are uuest-- i of l.aiuniter will not to for several months Naylor, will arrive ihortly for a few days furfor at thir stage the cavity is small jirgi Harriett Trice rilativcK. lough with friends in the city. and often between the teeth and not' jary A. Hamilton, observable except to a dentist, an Thia khouK bc u, inct.mivo to Jim. Hettie Wilson, , of Wldner, 7.Cr4V7il not possible to locate it with tho ton- - ,0 lhpIr part , tMa charitBb!l! Mr. anil .Mrs. Hoy and gue. 1'esi.les, the average patient worj, it Ar..and Mm. Hen King, Arnold Hilly Mr. and does not complain until a tooth aches, King, of Danville, und .Mr. and .Mrs, . and of course by that time the decay Joe, Arnold, of Iticlinioml, were among I has reached the Jensltive nerve pulp. those who attended the funeral of During the development of a decay.Mrs Henrietta Arnold lEnncy, Tues. I!) ing tooth, from the time of the first day aft moon. pit until it has enlarged j Infinitesimal and deepened until it stmts to ache, The following Interesting an there is a santiine of the lKiticnt'n nas oecn receiveil: 111 nouncement A new mid fiisclnallug chapter In energy and an increasing condition of Mrs. Harry JL Weill, announces the marriage of her mother the story of separate, skirts has been debility is developed until the ache 9 Single Comb Drown Legoffered by the eiiipIouient of wonder- and pain in the tooth announces to Mrs. Ilessie Kemper, , horn Eggs, Baby Cbkks, ful new weaves In silk for making the patient the true cause, lly fol - j Koosters and llroody heiu To them. The knltlisl weaves. In plulu lowing the Xero System of fillings by i i!) given In exchange. .Mr, William Leslie Sharp, mid mixed colom, heavy and very If you have no 1I0VDS. 1 on Saturday, .March llfteeuth, brilliant satins, Iricolettes, are ull pro- nilhcrini: to Klficiency Dentistry, the might consider the CASH. (!) one thousand nine hundred nineteen, duced III beautiful patterns of one or decay Is discovered by tho dentist Old prices good for this St. Louis, Missouri. month. two colors showing Iiiiko cheiks, iross-ba- long before It reaches the climax in plaids and mixtures. lu the pic- the aching tooth, and consequently Mrs. Sharp was long a resident of ERLE C. FAKKA ) WE SELL FOR LESS. this city and county iind has many ture u blue and white, In a rough tho fillings urc very small and the IIox 'J72. Lancaster, Ky, sincere friends ami relatives in the weave with brilliant luster, makra a teeth remain strong ntnl vigorous. m skirt of utmost elegance. I'atients who have, upon advice ot county, who extend congratulations. Mr Gossip About People John M I nrra it in (.ou'vvlll erk on hUAine. PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY. Nearly Wt, A BEAUTIFUL SPIRIT SHOWN In Gift To Armenian And Syrian Relief. ''"'ti f jt" I SEED SWEET POTATOES; CABBAGE I I AND I I I Liberty BoniJs WANTED TOMATO PLANTS Sander's Variety Store. I t i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919 clch puts more CENTS in your dollar, jjvery customer is a satisfied customer. (17 departments.) (35 clerks.) urgest assortment of merchandise in Kastern Ky. umc and let us show you what we can do for you. Qave you seen with your own eyes what your money nets at our store? nve the Difference means just what it says. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. a Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." BEREA, KENTUCKY. 1919 1919 MT. HEBRON Mr. Irvin Deane bought of Mr. J. I. Crawford two youpc horses at $100. each. A TWO MINUTE HORSE. Mr. Kdd Crow spent last Thursday with his father, Mr. W. N. Crow on (A chance to raise an Auto.) The fustest stallion thut ever made a season in Garrard County Poor Hidge. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Hicks made 11 Auto X.ombro obtained his record of 2.02 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Sept. 11, 1910. Sired by Zombro '.Ml sire of San Francisco and (2C in business trip to Danville Thursday 2.10 list). He by McKinney 2.11 M sire of Sweet Marie 2.02 nnd (28 in afternoon. 2.10 list). Dam Trixy by Conifer. Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Hicks and He was foaled in 1909, is a rich red bay, 15 4 hands hitth, sound, a Krand lookini individual, a consistent race Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Gruw were in Lexhorse, name, and fast. He is the type to sire colts with ex- ington Friday. treme speed, class, stamina and durability. Lime, sand, Portland cement, brick, He will make the season at Kanawha salt. $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Will also stand two fine Jacks at $10.00 each to insure. A lien will Mrs. Lizzie Spivcy spent a part of Lc retained on all colts until season money is paid. Mares traded or parted last week with her son, Mr. Author with season becomes due. Special rates for jockey or barren mares. Not Preston near Iluena Vista. responsible for accidents. This stock will make the season of 1919 at my Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Crow and sons, stable near the Lexington Pike on the Kout Lane below the Fork church, in Scott and Klvin, were with Mr. and d'arrard County. Mrs. John I'oberts in Jessamine, on Sunday. Ileal Kstate continues to chamre hands here, Mr, Thomas Montgomery Eryantsvllle Phone 47-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. sold his farm to Mr. Willie Coulter, prue $150. per acre. A special collection ua taken for Wise Provision of Nature. Seek to Retain Youthfulness. Home and Foreign Missions at Mt. old; by Kentucky Choice; one Lady's Driving Mare; One Mull iiIumw worships Mimethlti!:; niAs I approve a youth tint has some-filTry a tack of Uallardl OLeliik flwir Ikbron Sunday School Sunday morn-irit- r. old Filly, by Kentucky Choice, dam the great Kdim .MayTTJiu! In him, no I am nny he ees (be lullnlto hliailnweil of the old m-ifirst patent we deliver in town. $31. 0.1 wus contributed. no less plineil villi nn old mm that forth In Miiiietlilin; Unite; and Indeed Filly. Kentucky's High Lassie, by Kentucky Choice, Mud. on, Hughes and Farnau. .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A, Clark und .Mr. bus mmetlilnc of the votith. He that run and limit hi mw It In any finite and little I li nlil In body, thing, nine lempt him well to tlx bis and Mrs. (icorue Itoncrs Mrs. liurton Sanders and dam .Mary Dick Lowndes, by Chester Dare 10; this (illy was the rule mav be Mr. and follows daughter, Kuth, of Iloyle, spent Sun- Mrs. Huberts, were 111 liichmond, Sat- heaviest winner of 1018, winning at Kentucky State Fair. This Inn lie; or can be . In mind. Cicero, eyes thereon. Cnrl)le. day with Mr. and Mrs. W. - Crow. urday. Mr. Sanders will reside here filly is out of the dam of Blanch King, thut W. G. Shropshire I reserve the right to withdraw Horn, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey on his furm for n while instead of ko-in- sold for $:S,5(0. this filly if to Ulchmonii us heintelided do-in- i; price bid Deane on the 24th, n line girl, named is not satisfactory. Fight Yearling Mules and one 3L 3C the 1st of April. Lillian Myers. The baby nirl who Yearling Jack; One Yearling Stallion, full brother to Kentuckys Mr. and .Mrs. Cameron Pruitt en arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I I Curt Parker recently has been chris- - tertained iUite 11 number of relatives High .assie, that kept to take Kentucky Choice's place. Sunday for dinner. Thoso present icned, Verna. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. .Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Prewitt und Mr. anil Mrs. F.ui;ene Clark and wer: Two Wagons, one good as new; one Deering Binder, alchildren, Mrs. K. (1. Creech and two daughter, of lioyle, Mr. and Mrs. sons, Mr. and .Mrs. Karl Prewitt and most new; one McCormack Mower, in good condition; One Oshas that Sweet, Rich, Nutty Flavor, common only to Steve Walker, of Poor Itiilire ami Miss thiUreii, Mr. anil Mrs. Arthcr Sebas. mond Disc Harrow, in good condition; Deering Hay Rake, used Lavinia Montgomery, of Ijincnstcr, Pure, Clean, Sweet, Sound Gnrrard County Wheat, tiun, Mr. und Mrs. llascom Prewitt only two seasons; Case Biding Cultivator; Superior were with Mr. und Mrs. F. W. Mont-uomerDrill; One und little ilaUKhter, Norn Lucille. AUTO ZOMBRO 2.02 ROBT. R. FOX, Miss Linda Sanders spent Wednesday nicht with Mrs. Grant Sanders. ) Ground Barley it the ideal feed for hot. Hudson, Hub and Farnau. Miss Annie Sanders spent Sunday afternoon with Mis Hazel Moore Mrs. (irant Sanders and Annie Sanders were in liichmond Saturday Mr. Alible Sanders purchased 11 cow nnd calf of Mr. (Irani Sanders fur $127. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd A;e were Mil-tor- s AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. of .Mr. und Mrs. I. W Warmoth, Sunday. Having sold my farm I will on the above date nn the .Mrs. Jesse Kust and children spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Cam- premises, six miles west of Danville on the l'erryville pike, soil eron Prewitt. at auction to the highest and best bidders the following describ-e- d Miss Tilda Wirmoth returned home personal property: Sunday from a visit to her siiter, LIVE STOCK. .Mrs. Kdd Atree. Two Extra Registered .Jersey Cows, one fresh with heifer Miss llermce llroaddus was a visitor of her aunt, Mrs. liurton Sanders calf ; One Black Yearling Steer; Five Brood Sows, Durocs, alSaturday night. most ready to pig; 18 Shouts, about 00 pounds. 5 .Mares in foal to Jack, three to I. C. Brown's Mr. llirch Locker and the Mitst HOUSES Alevers wern quests of MUs Tildv premium .lack. Blue Grass Wonder; two of these mares are by Warmoth, Sunday. Kentucky Choice: dam by Chester Dare 10. One Pair Work .Mr. and Mis. Carl Uaker anil little Horses, ( and 10 years old. Hi hands high; one I'air Draft Fildjuuhter, Ida Mae were with Mr. and lies, out of 1 100 pound mare, closely mated, one and two years Mrs. S. N. Sanders. Sunday Public Sale Of Live Stock, Feed and Implements Thursday, April 10th. 19 without Bleach or Blend. Sunday. Grass Seeder; Smoothing Barrows; Two The Federal Government has spent thousands to prove Bleached and Blended Flour was to some extent unwholesome. The GLEN LILY way is accepted by all authority on wholcsomeneis. It costs no more than the best why not use it? U GARRARD 31 MILLING CZ1C COMPANY DC Miss Ituth Montgomery lifter fin-'liHemp Brakes, used two seasons; Fxtra good set Wagon Let Actlin Fellow Thought. the public nchool tit llrudshuw A plill'it uplM-- r oniv mill that there ness, hand made; Plow dear; Two or three sets of Buggy lie-a Is no alu In in tlniiii,!.!, mi mailer in school house this week, will ness; Two buggies; One linail Wagon or Buckboard; One select school nt Sunnyside, Monday. Imiv line o. noble, iiiilci It Is trans-foiiiK- il Mon-da- y riage, made by Central Carriage Company, almost new; Miss Kate HulUclaw will come la'u action. If ,miii feel b) liiulltiflll 11.11 -- ii'. 1I11 Koine-thli- flOO. to finish the public school at LoUml u 111 lull) ll!i our moml, cust drove. SOMU HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. From 100 to uml Ihi'ii tin mii'.le has been north while. If you nail tiluvi that Is barrels of corn, good. URADSIIAW MILL. Inspiring, .it I'lice ilu Hii.ielhliik', 110 TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. diflnm hiiiiII, that Is a James liurton Sanders was with nialter mid 11 lillle :..peiHnr In your ferent Delbert Prewitt Saturday nlcht. riiiitlne. 'Hie theory lippilis with ispial u visitor truth to Hie ivii'!n of Ixwiks as 1:1010 Little Sadie Prewitt was than u pall.i:e. (.Iiiviiilu American. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. DANVILLE, of Nancy Sanders Saturday nlsht. Turning Plows; ! HarharCar- cost 150 ie joe Mcdowell, Jr. KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 3 1919. KEEP YOUNG - 11 MAY DUMP SURPLUS BOOZE IN RIVER. I CHICKS GROWING rccnimn cnurnrurr nnniio dcct nnufo BY USING k&3$33333X&C 2 DECORATING Some Rooms Achieve Distinction Others Are Just Rooms. ' I Starting at the Bottom to Lrarn the Chicken IJuiinen, iPrrpiml ky the Unllf.l Slain !,,rt inny In- - f.il illlirr wit nr iliy; If wrt, lnnt nf Airrlculttlfi' (i milk nr Ids untrr) ulnmlil In mliliil tn nniki' i:ry ixiiillryfllMraiser wants plilll niily r imiiKh innNturi IHht tin' whether In' thicks til grow li lint fiiil rriiinlily. If till' to ret thrill mi mi ''inly miirkit nr tn ii.il ii tifiiitii.r t.r;iii fcluml.1 K.irly In- ilrti'liii iimtltiilili' Iujitk. nr imllili' lii tin- - till kt lll ut ""l linlrltlriir In tn nf Hit- - llrt Mips In tlllll'. this dlrrrlli.ll, lillt til., next, Willi ll M imintlii au Aflrr tin- - rlilikriii nrr proper friillinr i. Ill thrv inny Inif tiiml ImtMtrtntn-.-- . fill f.niir tlmi'H il illy, grow fnspr UhdijiiMi'dly lilr L, lit Wlii'li tliry lire ullli unnil ri'Mil'K Hllll'S limn Utll'll finl Wlllll fill fll ilirif inniiilii nlil tliri'i' finllni; n ilny 5 nltry nrr rtintiuli. only three lltiifx d.ill. fay 5 perlnlluls nf t'niliil Slntr JO, Hoppera for Feeding Chlcka, of ngrli ulturr. lull It idmiil.l A mini iih tlir ihlrki'iii will rut tlm lip Imri.e In inltiil Unit im.rr harm uin wliiili ulirnt, rrnikiil rnm, nml ntlnr eSn In. iliinr to tlii' 3 nine ihliks liy nver irriiltii iihiiiII) In iilmiit rltht ui'fki W Yminc fi'itllne tlniti by tlir iniilllriH ihlrk finl run hi rlili kens should l" fill tint mnri' limn i limliiitt nl. In iiili'ltlmi tn tlir iiliorr nppn-tltImnly iiimicli In wtlfy fiiil M.iir milk, iklin milk, nr Imtlrr C5 t ntl'l til keep tlil'Ill fieri llne, milk lll Ini'ti'ti thr rlilrkinV imiwtli. f5 nl llii" fiftilne nr lnt mml. whin (rnnlni; ililtkili" krpt nn :l Kimil JC thry should tin gltrn nil the) mff tn miiD' inn) hr tn In u jr nil tlii lr nt. Uniiter mrr must I iinlrl Impli'r. mtTltitr tvm piirts liyfrnl mli:lit W nnt tn mrrfnil jming ililrkuii that nf ITHiklll lliril ultli nni part nf Yi lire rnnllniil limn tlmm tlml luur free Ml.rnt, nr npinl imrli nf irnrkfil mrn. f5 likely tn mricr. iih I. c wenknr Mlnnt. hiii nHt In nun ImppiT iiinl tin jSl In mn-- fnr idlikins In nnntlii r. Chlcka First Mcalt. 'I In' Ui'f u riip inny lir Irfl nut nl innl-tuI - RESTFULNESS and Dignity are secured by using soft tinted, velvety walls as backgrounds for your furnishings. Hear in mind that the walls are the setting for the picture. Select your paper with care. Neutral colors and shades used upon the walls enable the furniture, rugs and hangings to express their personality, and the furnished room gives a sense that should be the keynote of of restfulness and well-bein- g every home. Our decorators will assist you in every way. The painting season is at hand and we want to talk to you about Lowe Bros. High Standard Paints and Varnishes. We have everything in the exterior as decorating line. VALENTINE'S VAL-SPAR- R Louisville Sees This Possibility for Ne:ct January-Saloc- r. Men Bets Against Tahe Drouth This Summer. n well as interior tn ii VARNISH House Varnish. The Standard umlrr-finlliis,- - ft tln-l- Brushes all kinds. Auto nnd Carringe Paints. That 61 Floor Varnish. Eagle-Dutc- h Boy and Carter White Lead. Archer Daniels and Spencer KELLOGG'S PURE LINSEED OIL. All of the best brands of White Enamel. Pure Turpentine. All colors Alnbastine. Window Glass and Plate (Mass. Auto Wind Shields. Pictures and Picture frames made to order. Artist paints in oil. Artist Brushes. Gold and Aluminum paints. WAXIT, the Auto and Furniture Polish. I I Make our store your home when in town; you DANVILLE'S EXCLUSIVE WALL PAPER are always AND welcome. STORE. li PAINT Iih to finl i hull! Imtiirdlntely lifter thry nrr linlrliiil. but this should nut tin done. Nn fird should I"- - Rhrll nr tin ihlrks nn- - thirty-si-r ifirlfiiriil mtillr rulrs week fnil lliijn nnlmriil, rnlliil mil, bird lulled Crumbly. Imt nnt nr Jnliiiioriiki. slnppy inii'lifH, iiinili liy rnlilne wllh milk, urn miildrrnl wilunlile lur Ing llif Hfrnm! unk mid rrnckrd wheat, fltii'ly rnirkiit rum nnd hulled nntii tn tin- - ihlrks' mllnn Afti'r tin' chliks nrr tin ilnyn I'M good grnulng innli. iii'iinnil nf parts lart li Melclit nf limn. t middling'', nnn part i nrnini'iil nun jmrt Inw grnde whrnt llntir nr nil dog middlings, nml li-- per n'nt f rnii, r nml lift limy In- - iilnnil In ii linj lufnrn tluiii nil tin- - tlnif Tin m:i!i Iwtin iiM. IMirlne II"- lull' liri'inl, pltihrnil 'lrt linfli ninl fill In ii prpnriit linpprr. mi tlint tin- - iliiikrns rnn Mi W nil nf tliry ilt'Hri'. If uriip l In hr fnl Krpiimti'ly. It inlil-nli- lr l In null until Uin rlikk' nrr trn ilny nM. nltlmiicli fniur put Hi, Iifff irup lii'fnrr Uin nt I In- - Hurt M ltlmiit J nunc ililikrn liml Uin ilr) COOMEU 141 and NAVE. Phone 25 Third St. DANVILLE, KY. Here's a piece of I.OL'ISVII.I.K. that should i.uikr tlir booze timr- -' ' sin nip: I ftcin million itHllnna or ttti-if i i ntucky Uourhi n may lie ilumpeil ', p'-'- t. o t'lc river Jim. H.i h the etiiriitc.l surplus stock that will be on linml when national prohibition become effective on that ilute After that time nothing can be done uith the "l.ooze" except pitch it It will be unlawful to into thr river. ' sell it, trade it or Rive it away. Likewise it will be unlawful to have bin stocki in one's po!seion. Therefore whiskey dealers and distillers have i isions of seeitur neil Ilourbon bcinc borne down on the surface of the Ohio rier. Stacks on hand v. ill b.1 even luruer than this, it is estimated, should the city ko "dry" July 1. The fifteen million gallon estimate is based on average sales for every week day between now and January Hi. Hy the way, what are your odds on the city going "dry" this summer? Do a little better than even money and you will probably will have no trouble in getting "takers" among the more sportively inclined saloon proprietors. Hats and Suits of clothing are the chief figures in the "early betting". Many rnloonkcepcr are wagering articles of apparel on Louisville being wet dLriiig the summer nnd fall. "lietting so far is slow" said one saloon proprietor, "but u little later " In ul.l pick up considerably. Nearly all saloon men are confident we'll not have to close until the first of the year. The Derby right now is taking un all the tmie and attention of those w ho like betting. When this event is out of tin wa, you'll probably hear of tunic interesting wagers on the Confidence is based on several ins tn Sil li in mnnll ynnN Imiilil ntn.ita lm nupplliil mIUi Kri'i-finl u.i iih lil Inn', iipmilti'il n.itu, I nlfnlfn nr ilmrr. Imt Hip tnut plum Dally Thought. uune 5.0. Nry a Bu,h. tn rnlr ifilrkiriH mirrriifiilly U nn it -In nihrrslty It I nisy tn despise llnni'My In Hi.' InM pnllry nml tin , s.,, r,,r..,i.w ,,.iir. strnner rniie,' Mlirrr tin nlrii errrn frnl nnt imllry In n llfr liisiirniiro our. ,..., ,i,,, i, pinsi, llfr; tin" truly lirnr mini !s lm whs ,14 i, mnv l nipilr.'il Wlirrn thr rhlrkrn nn IjHUNiIIIo fnurlrr-Jniiriiu- l. rnn rmliirr to ln nil- -i rnMr. Jlnrtlal. fnllonlng llnnnrlnl rinliiirrns,'inriit." krpl In tnnll Imrr ynnN. linn rlinr-rnn- l. cril rml n)trr lli'll alinulil tin krpl l.rf irr ilirin nil nf Uin tlmi nml i mrki'il ,.r criniml Imnn mnv lm fill. 'I l.r Ik.im Ii nnl iiirrvrjiry fnr ililck-f- ii 'li.n !inr ii cimmI rnni:i. 1111111111 ! 'hlikriiH rriil! 8 C&C33C&33 and outs of the law. The new York te suit, in which Kentucky brewori are keenly interested, is expected to go in favor of the beer interest?. Again the peace treaty, it is expected, will he signed in April. Upon signature, it is claimed, the President's war-tim- e prohibition decree will be Therefore, automatically nullified. July 1st will lose its terror. Saloon men," said one whiskey dealer, "are counting on at least a few months' sales between July 1st and Jan. !!. Kor instance, should the pence pact be signed inApril they will abide strictly by its provisions, I which are that 'booze' must not be I sold for the next four months, during which demobilization will be effected. However, the four months will count from April, and not from July; the law is not elective until July; therefore, if the treaty is sign-c- d April "0 the four months will Auguu JO. Saloons would be clored. therefore, from July 1 until August -- 0. On the '.'1st their pro-- 1 on their right of prietors will reopening and selling until Jan. ltf." YOUNG CHICKS MUST mHIHUUHUHHUli; ; HURRY WITH HATCH Ij 'Crepureil Iv Ihi. ITrillr.l KtatM Pe. of Airrlrulturr i Iirimi-I'nrlv ihlik-- . ilii'l,ii rnplill) nil. i ir.nlil.'llt pnllrK Unit rr We have only a few HAVE GOOD SHELTER No I Particular Style of House to Be Recommended. I'lll." thr Imlllktrlnlls llrlw ll tlni k lirrmlMlllllrri Mlirn tin' nn. Mini: mnimiii BEM1S TOBACCO PLANTERS Ljiw'rRFVi It Should Provide Ample Ventilation, Dryneia, Sunlight, Freedom From Drafta and Can Eailly Be Cleaned Avoid Crowding. Il'rrparnl liy tlif fnltnl lnlr Imparl me nl nf Ann. 'ill.nr i (imnlni; ililiki tslitmNl In prmhliil ullli n Iiiiiim Unit Mill U'Hi' tluiii n plum In stny In Innl mi iiiIiit nml nl .Vn purlli-nlntjln nf Ihhim l nlElit. n inninii mini. Imt It flmulil In irlv piillfta priHlmn In plrnly ilurlni: tin1 prrlml Min n riwi nrr srnrrr uml In tin til aria In prim III nnlrr Unit Uin Intn full jllnl rnrly Mlntrr strrnm nf rcrs inn) ili.M' tn timrkrt uiiliitrrrnptrilly it l riM'iitlnl tn Jump I lm Imrrlrri nml hntrli rnrly nml liriicr Mln-ly- . nrrlr. Tlifi' n wrT : ". SllM hi init litilll Hint It Hill prntlili' umpli' Willi lnllnii, ilrjni'Mi, Kiiiilltlit. fni'ilniil frniii ilnifla, nml n mi nrninni'il tlml It run In ilcniioil fiislly nml friiiirnlly- - A Sewer Went Forth to Sew. Said thr faretliius feller, "When u limn tries to srw a button nn u rnnt lie generally makes It appear ns If lm were K'wlnjr the mat on the button." Ha U- limpet':- - "Mn ' wrv prrtty hut lm linnll) ni.v. n word I can't ' umlrrstnml why mi tnnnv men propnsf j to her." .Mr, llenpeck "I uin." Lon-- , don Ati'wrrs. 'llm Inintur frniii pliimi nml liini-run In' iinil In tiullitltii IIIi hiiIi ii linui. nml Mlirn iiimtihI nnllnnry mnilni: pnpi r i ii tn kivp tin- - rnln, "III iniiki' mil iniir tin. It 1m HifKi'itiil Unit null Ihhim'" ln Imllt nil lln I'nlniiy plnn, n Unit tlmy run In' iiiumiI frniii pliuv tn liliirr. Iliui prmlilliic tlii- - ililrkn with frfli crminil In rnnri nvrr. Illrvnt-In- c mrli n licnin kIi Intlifi nl'im tin1 triMinil will tn krrp tln llnnr ilry. liy inonni nf Uin rlrrnliillnii nf nlr, nnil fnr mrli rpitfi' will nl-- u prnlili tin (lilrkM, In plnrlni; tin- ililtki In llirlr crmv-Inlinun- - fnr lln llrt tlmo. It l In"-- ! i1iih I'.v In mnllim llii'in fnr rnflliii; ii Irniimrnry )nnl whrri'ln lliry run rim fnr flvn nr Mt iIiijh until Uicy nlirri' In rrtnni wlii'ii tlii' frncn l rrinnvnl nml llii'y nrr ln lllirrly, fiirn nllnuril their Inkni nnt In rrnnil tlio rlilikH hy plnrlni; Inn ninny In nny nnn linuu, Whrii llio ililiki'iii mvi r Uin urrnlrr purl pf tin- - llnnr lit tileht, It Ih nn Imllrnllnn lh.it lliry nrr Inn rn.w.lr.1. At Mich n tlinn lliry (.tmiilil lm llilnnril nut uml plnreil In nmillirr lioun. TO MAKE EGGS Trrsli nlr It nnu nf tliu c!scuUnls In iKiullry linii-- i it. Knrly Imtililni; niciini will iniuun'il pullrlK Hhltli lii'Kln tu lny In tlir full. HIPT if. o l 5tr. tinnliinlly imultr)' lirni'llis la ! rninliiK innrn like lhr Muck lirrrilliiff. .1 ' limit iim' nny I'Mipt htmni:. it;nr-nil- s mnli'x tn lii'inl tliu Iirri'illnc pom 9 o a o V" lliii hriimii. Tim rci; Ml'li il 'Hrly noli In mm nf flic turn nf lll Uin mini nl.Jivtliill!il.li its Imlii-tr- y. ami It In n wrlnns iiiltnkn to mix thr l.rrnN. Tlirm Is no pl.ico for Uin tuniiKril ftml, Tin riiiiih of n tno.1 lnjrrr In plliililn rll colortil nml of nml Miirm, iinmlly n mft. ihrty trxturn. It K r w;i Vi -- ! tjTO"v HfSfW mi1 l ,r,trrr' sim si. Srurk.Focd. Mimll crn.ind sharks am ii- - d fnr fnnd uml much nppn-clnt- ed by all rlnwn. The li iiM'nign frnm rli'lit tn ten pniiuds Mini sell for 'l lints I'.icl. In Ilnimlulti tlic tdnirk Is frripirnlly ni'ii 111 the iiinrl.els ninl Its floli Is rnniddered rry tiourUhlns and Is extriKhrly salted. In V' n.iid.i rros V4 nro Zmwheil , .pay tn ,.,i,l .,lhl piiilliM-l- ; l ho poultry linus li.iu' in.lliv lilnH PROFITABLE ttlcri.. . I'nrk Uin i'KL" mTiirillna to hlio, pliiclnir tin- - liirur ess l fa aati Urn Miinll nni'M In uiiotlirr. . .r00st '" left and CANNOT GET MORE, are going very fast. Come at once if you want- one. ! They The Predicament. Teddy hnd thr usual nlno o'clock 'new nnd did nnt k to go tn 'i ml as n rrtult. Itut at ten o'clock ' found that ho hud recovered, uml id r dressing sought his mother In I1h trln n. "I'm well, mother," be "but 1 can't go to j,chnol III) nil. You no It's loo late now Jut i bo counted tardy nud too curly In bo counted ubscnt." 1. Hens Mutt De Provided With a Variety of Qraln, Some Meat, and Constant Supply of Water. Do tint forget Unit to inafco reirs In prolllnlilr iiiiiiilii'rK I In' lien' nerd n vurlety nf k'niln. soini liirnt frrd, dome Krrrn frnl, frit, iliiirrnul nml she lis. nil a coiibtuut supply of clean water. To L'.'t frrtlln nnr fnr r.irlv lintcll- Ua. I lm fnnlt must ln I'onlthy. mull crrru full hrlp4 In kinp llu'iu In l illrt.f cut nml fftul . r (U'eri'iit fnniit i. v:i u iitlt from ii.iciluj; Uml I p !i W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. ' Mlschlevoutneai of Youth. A young wife put down her look lib ii high. "What U It, durllngr - Imshund U8krd. "Ah, deuroM, 1 am i huppyl" Mie replied. "Ye, hut J'n'i I null n end look In your eyes Just w." "I know, I'e been reudlng 'milt the unhiipplness that tho wives t men nf genius liuo ulwuyn bad to nr. Oh, Alfred, deiir, I'm so slad jou're Just an ordinary ort of fellow I" The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 3, 1919. IMHNIHMHWIWWMIMMHM i mpor tant Notice Hon. John M. Duncan, Mayor, The City Council, and General Public of Lancaster, Ky., and Garrard County will take notice: That the Bastin Telephone Company will discontinue telephone service to the public in Lancaster, Ky., and proposes to and will remove its poles and wires and all telephone equipment from ihe public streets, highways, and alleys in Lancaster. This will be done when reasonable and legal notice has been given the city and public of Lancaster, Kentucky. Why is the Bastin Telephone Company forced to quit business in Lancaster? Because the Company loses money every month that it carries on business in Lancaster. It has no franchise to do business in this city and the rates it is allowed to charge under the present arrangement yields an insufficient income required to meet the expenses of the Company. Labor and materials required to conduct a telephone business are very high and the telephone rates which it is permitted lo charge are lower than any other Telephone Company in the state operating under similar conditions. The annual loss to the Company in its Lancaster business is very large and will eventually bankrupt, not only the Company, but the owners of the stock who have constantly contributed from outside sources to the business under the hope that some steps would be taken by the public to give the Company a relief. Being thus far disappointed it finds no course save to discontinue business. To dismantle this plant which has been built at a large cost will entail upon the owners of the enterprise a cruel loss. However, something can be saved by disposing of the wreckage at this time while material is high and in demand. The management states frankly to the public that this conclusion is forced on the Company to the deep regret of its owners and management. Every step that ingenuity could suggest to the ofIts most recent ficers of the Company have been tried out already, without any accomplishment. plan tried was to rebuild the lines, overhaul the system throughout, change the management, all to give the best service possible to the public and after this an appeal was made to the city officials for relief, and its petition being ignored, the Company has no other course but to quit business. It publishes this frank statement with the brief explanation herein as legal notice to the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the general public. This April third, 1919. a Miss Mattie Lutes, Sec'ty and Treas. Bastin Telephone Advertisement. (Bo. J.W.Creech, President. Yes, Tkey Reached Paris To Clean a Celling. To clean n blackened celling, apply a coating "f March and water to tho part that has been discolored by the pas with n piece of clean flannel. Let 'it dry. then bru-- h lightly nlT Avlth a brush, nml no marks will remain. Costa Rica Rich In Fruit. Costu Itlca bus sail Ihe raw material that la necessary, except that for eon laiinrs. to dcwlnp ti profitable buI-nIn ennued fruits anil vegetables 'Ihe lint of tiutUe anil cultlwitcd frult lu luag and contains limliy which uoiilil be In demand If the way Is found tc irci.cn u the lluvor. Oil From Fruit Stones. Slluil oil I.s now being inuile from tho Kcrucli of peuih, plum, apilcot. ami i.. - rry stones. The kernels ure lirt .r " J from the shells by a solution c Ilium chloride of magnesium then washed, dried, and 'tide oi utider pressure. The bitter taste 1 .u'Vil oilir is teutons by ueraliou or ' Not So. girl Mule f.MV) from a ' tradesman two years ago. Itcccntl) he as Inter-- 1 returneil the ll'OO will. ?'-est. Vet then ure those Mho persist It) helloing, anil declaring, that a Mo nrcltis of th human lo,ly ars o list aoins MKIIA1. HurUm Oil woman bus no conscience. !rlt. Inipurnii In tisalih nu,1 luui Ufa as the Capsules at oee. They r an old. trl.J klln-y- s when tliey slow up anl com. preparation used all orr tU orM for m.nc. in laire in tlielr duties, look out w ithout ind ii i u it the. troubl- - l renturi.e Thsy ronlaln only oti.fah. Who Founded Jerusalem? U'heTK-ts- r vou frcl riertol. lone I. aoothtnic ilc!.y oils rntnhlnisi wllh Origin ami early history are obscure waK, '1 tz surfer from atrriiKth-Kl- t tna aut iiyslrui-clsanitn- v uli- n hsrUs. well kiomn and use! by iih)t-itun- s It was Idcntltlcd by Juv phus mil ur havtt cam in the tit k at oner Your kl.lneys need h.lp. Thsso IHJMI In thnir iliUty iiraitlC' - king some thirty Salem, u ilty uIiomMi;iiAL. lUiu-trsrs signs to sarn ynu that your oil Oip.utis are lm .irs not rarfirtnliit? - tltslr func-ion- s portsi ttlf'-c- t trum thi 1 it'iir.itiirus In lle centuries ago vuis .Miilchlstsh-ch- , ul tirefivrly Th-lislf Itnllaint Tliy ar- - eonvrnl nl to take, ariI not pass com Chaldean. The clly .ten. uulr wnrl: nn-- are atlimlnir lm-- . an-- l ia'II elthsr nle j.r .i.r relief or plctely to possession of the Jew until .. t a cumulate enl t. .uuvp.l-.- i yivi. i, tni-- will rirusi.l Ak for i ..n.ms, hsiu at an itr-ito urli' ...lit nil i iilli stor. but tin i the time of DuWd. v h are a s ls (li)l,l iilft'ri i) - ' am midrtieii'I ii i - . e lri.liii ki AereplIniP'-rlsi- tubstltotea i ! nu Mt.lTei uni. s iir111 i kaices our syitc from alvi lure izs e Different. Try to find n belter reason for yotin - thin "ecrjhody does It." Tin re ." In ens. on I jllles in dress, Iomj- -. that are defended on this ground . . The girl Hl.o thinks It Is . Immodestly GIVEN I iT to ilressneighbor does, lieenuse' In has a ' s code of propriety. I'll. loin does ' RECONSTRUCT!!)?! WORK i make a thing right or sensible. Tls A Chicago THE MOST DANGEROUS (IJ DISEASE SOLDIERS PREFER ifl How tht Cricket Singe. of u cricket are folded The ' i! hor'zotitully nml form when tlosed r t.. lidir, tlr. lni rlng poliits 'ng covers. It U supjiosed th. l o friction of Ihe wins covers again' t cult other and from a pe- eul.uri'y of their structure, that Ihe ! tiles produce the sound which nml.i's llu e Ills i ts mi well known. ChrU-- 1 i an H' raid. 'o'i"i The l.n. eatcd cla papers iind (Irieis-- , il,e. A Yank smiles over a few cf the German Treasury helmets on the steps of the Oulldlnc at Washington. saleswomen In the drive which 1 to begin April 21. aud to school children over the country who wrlto the best Victory Ioan essays. Dressy they are In the extreme. The Huns had been saving them to wear on that often postponed Krand entry into Paris. The helmets had their grand entry if the Huns didn't It wasn't as Krand as might be. at that they came Into Paris In American box car and went right through to the seaboard without ever getting so much as a pasting glance from the I'arlaUaa. CURIIKNT market prices the helmets shown in the above pictures mutt b worth some small fraction of a mill. If you wish to Azures It our for yourself here are the statistics: Unhty-flr-e thousand of the patent leather covered headgear? sold recently for one; dollar. The Treasury Department bought them from the War Department. Toe helmets wore found by the Tasks who oocsmled Coblcoi after Ike ilfitiir at the. armistice. They vBl be awarded as prize for the beat Victory Una salesmen an AT modeni literature of, fiulil 'he lioiuiile used by the be er cla- - es, The former l illstluguMii'd by ii greater resemblance s to tlie Creek of uutiUlty, whlih It easy for anyone who has u satisfactory uciiualutance with ancient (Ireek to read the literary Greek of tho present day. iiliir Oroe!: "IhiI thin u i 'd t y li t isluIn Ihe news-- - ' First Time Reckoning, rerhaps Ihu llrst reference to at- tempts to reckon lime by mechanical menus Is found In Isaiah xxxvlll, 8, written supiKiseilly about 7KI II. C. "the sun dlul of Ahuz." I'llny says thut Annxliuunder Invented a sun dial about KM II. C. Tlie first sun dial ut Hume wus plnreil In Ihe temple of CJulrlnus, iiIhiuI 'JUS H. C, wbeu llrao wus dhlilcd Intu hours. The clepsydra, or water clock, was the next time recorder Invented. I Dr. V. Henuchninp, Director' Needles Lcrg In Use. needles weiv found iimoni; the! Gcncnil of Missionary Centeso' KutliM In Afrliu, mid elewliere, nary, Says Methodist Church1 that they mu.r line hml early aboriginal Invention In mure limn one country. Will Use Soldiers In Rebuild, eyed needle The earliest l.uroMSiii ina 1'ionrani. were of bone mid hory, koiaellmes of i broiite. In i:.TO ste. I iieedleH weru; certainly beln- - irinle In Xiireniliiirg, j "Our ilrst duty la to ghe the return possibly In Ihe'I.iiid also, though until lag soiuitr a Jub. " de. i. red ur V lrid't Ihe rim i..,..erlul cnine from II. lleaui'liain?. ulreciur-ti- i u .al of thu Spain. M. L'enleuury t uiupalaMi ut t', i:. Church, uith, lu a .ruup i t uvnspa "Tnti bnys cum icr repres.au.Hvea Staving Off Old Age. tr.s buik will not U nearly so tlullltd Among many other cxtriiordlnary titer llag wuvlng uud shouis (toiii Ihe l.ais for prolonging one's May on Iduwulk us the) will be to feel the sting planet may be nientioneil ira.,1 ut a irivudiy hand and the iiiit of a Koiith African fanner wh urde, 'Wool gut a Juii waiting fur ewry day four i.lihnl pisiple to eat ' uisi of liatiaiiaH steeped In seet-ti- . you, old Kll.w!' All oter ihu iiiuutry I v'hlsky, and that of u prufessor tucn uru u 1 ' their best wits and eu ln erglea tu liua placea lor the boys who i Urn I'nlMTslty of I'eimsjlvanl.i DR. W. Q. BEAUCHAMP. ' ,'ed that much could be done I:: were willing to lam duath whuu thu ny of stinlnj; olf old age by fre-- i neod came. (onditiuna aud therefore, wll not, for 'i:ly lining one's feet llekledl "The .Mcthoulal Church lan do its a time, be able lo get started In tholr part lu giving wurk lo the boys who tiades Wo will keep In constant aru coming back, aud we are gulng to tuuch with these Showed Greatness In Youth: coudllluns through Al the age of H, and when u sopho- - do that part lo thu bust of uur ability. uur pasturs and conteicute workers i vile at Cumbrldge, Frauds Ilucon Kroui May 18 to 'ii we will conduct a and will consider it a privilege lo sea left Ihe university In disgust, declur--, drive for 1115,000.000, of which our to It that these men ara given work. ing that Ihu whole system of educj-- , own church, tho M. K. Church, South, We will need bricklayers, carpenters, will be responsible for 35,000,000. The architects, Ion wus radically wrong ut Caiubrldgu business and prufrssional uud everywhere else. And Ilacon Ihed ' ruciess of this campaign will mean assistance, and, where a boy ha proe that he was conservatively: tLe Immediate erection of churches caught the vision of larger service In r' jlit In his contention. Hwlft desilsisl and schools and the onenlna of loh.' Xsslonaries-- we will need all of this hu icachers becuuse he knew more of all kinds. help, and we will see to it that tb sol "Many of the returning boys may dier Is glvsu the lliau they did, and therefore hud cbaaca at the not be adjusted to the aftertha-wa- r iu securing a degree. flrit" 5ttil I. aw: I