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COUNTY School Prosperousl Condition with tion Anywhere. SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 2. Remarkable If True. TEACHERS In lat week's Issue of the (Vntrnl re-electe- d. liocord .there appeared mi nrticle Co. headed, "TWO KOAD Slll'F.UVIS. In Gives his OUS", stating that tin County At on PassAtwill torney had "unearthed" the fact that no FricCounties money in being illegally the in Lancasspent, as Dr. Anion nnd M iKr Forbes There is on exhibition In the win- - To the Kditor of the Ilecord: drawing pay us rouil supj were liotli ! dow of Mclloherts Drug Store a col-- I ervisors, anil that Forbes is Uoinn palil I am lenving my olfice this, Wed At a recent meeting of the Hoard The conversion of the Haney liv. oteil sketch of the front of the Gar- five dollars per ilny for his nervier. of nesday, morning, of the Ijincaiter Graded eiy stable into n modern Trustees garage rani Tobacco Warehouse sent here hy from home perhaps and will be away IncorIlotli of these statements lire a week, and beanil High nchool, the following teach seems the first step toward the pass- .Manley and Young, the The Uastln Telephone Company has architects rect, anil docs a serious injustie to ers were I reekcteil fur next year-MI'- ing of the horse in this city, if not in who bae been employed to furnish fore leaving wish to avail myself of notified the City Council that it will County Administration as well n tlie your kind otrcr to give publicity to Delia Timler, Miss Aniamlu the county. The public sale of the the plans for the entire building. to l)r Anion. the position taken by the County At- cease to do business In Ijincnster, unMiss Martha KavanuUKli, Mi.--' horses and vehicles of this less n frunchise is granted at a betIt is attracting unusual attention torney of stable sev.Mike I'orlies is a skilled workman Carrnrd County on the Miss .Mary Flinorc, .Miss Ada eral weeks ago, marked the begin- from the public and ilerson. the designers in- promt management of the roads of ter rate than they have under the In concrete, stone ami wood. work, Alhe Ilemlreii, Miss i:iizn .Smith; ning of the end and clocd the last form us when completed hy Novem- our county. present contract. ami while l.e is of ureal assistance- to grade lynchers. livery stable in our city. The olficial notice of its withdraw ber 1st, it will he the most modern In llr Anion in nerving ns foreman, g.ct-tln- g This oITer of space I learn, is also Kraneis Clarke, Miss Eliza-het.Mis Mr. Itnncy is now remodeling the the state of Kentucky. the hands out to work promptly made to Judge Stapp and our County al was read before the meeting of the Scott, Miss llettle Uohinson, entire Interior of this splendid brick The building has an area of fil.fiOO Komi Engineer, In the morning, nml keeping time, he Dr. J. A. Amon, who City Council nt Its regular monthly High school tiachers. I'. II. Hop structure, wlncli is Ml by 200 feet sq ft; capacity 300,000 pounds; I am informed will probably take ad- meeting last Monday night. A num does as much manual Inhor as any',, wns reelected superintendent and ami when completed will he one ber of the citizens of the town and ufhoue frontage of 2S0; lot frontage, vantage of the olfcr. hand in the employ of the County in Mrs. .May llughcr Nolnnd, teacher of the most cmvenient in the city 130 feet; prizing house frontage, .130 1 fact, I hai heard one man express music. write this article because the subscribers were present to hear what He has arranged to take care of all feet; four prizing houses in the rear public his opinion that he did as much work will be interested In knowing action the Council would take on the Mrs. Then Currey does not expect tars of particular owners nml will directly on the I, and N side track, what is being done by the road de- matter, some of whom nre of the lis any two hands, ami at the price he to tench next jenr, much to the rent stalls hy the month or enr at enih of these houses being 10x80 opinion that the subscribers in the recelies four dollars per day his serpartment to give the of the Hoard of Trus- veiy reasonable prucs On court feet, with hydrnlic presses in each. lief from the bad county some re- city should petition the Council if vices as a skilled workman certainly roads which exist tees nnj the community generally: ilns nml rainy ilavs he will house The wagon capacity of the building do not ii'rm unnasonnble. throughout the county, and for the they desire n franchise and an ad but .Miss l.urretia Skinner of vojr ear at n low rate. The vance In rates, nnd others nre of the will he wagons and stable room further reason of some private I feel that the nssertion "money crit. one of Garrard (ounty's end cf this garage will he in for 2611 horses. There will be four icism rt. ill. .11.. ....- -, made relative to the news at- opinion that it is up to the Council popular lincners lor several jears, ehurge of "Ed end Jinks", who ore inii!e drives, 20 hy HIO feet nml two tide in your paper of last week re solely, to see that the rights of the either on my rare In watching after ' , Mrs Cuvy.t men well up in the mechanical line. outside drives, 2.") by l'.M) feet. ... , tin ( ounties alLiiis. or on my intig. ganling paying money to Assistant public are protected with n reason, hu... Mr. Ilaney will sell both the StanThat the election of this building itoad Kngineer. This news item with able telephone rate, and settled in n rlty, than it is on Hr. Anion, i.s it h. fieil their acceptance yet, hut it dard gasoline iuhI the Gulf lirlincry in will prove profitable to the exception to the amount paid to manner that the public may not be certainly the duty of the County ,,,...., ., 1(f No and says he has purchased oil at such the stockholders no one has the least the Assistant to the Ko.nl Kngineer disturbed ill the future. Judge to know- - how the Countie more faithful and g corps low price and in such a quantity, doubt. With this in view, from the best inis substantially n correct report :n(liey is used, r,nd I nssure the citi- - of tpathim (an be found anywhere a of that he could now sell it for $COO.(IO formation we can gather from the In this connection we might say the facts. I took the position in ad ens of our Countv that there has in Kentucky than Uincaster'. teach- - iirotit. but nroiio.es lo Iii that a special dispatch to the Courier vising the Fiscal Court, which it is subscribers, the consensus of opinlietn, and will he no graft while I i rs. In order to leave this ear's Miners the benefit of this i,ri.-,- . II.. Journal last Sunday from Paris, Ky. my duty to do hold the otfice. as County Attorney, ion among a majority of them, is that work in as good shape as possible, the has just installed the latest thing In a I know that llr. Amon only accept- stated that one house "there in its that any appropriation of the coun they would favor an advanced rate, "J," ,' . . , "V; "7. . can serve Ills pat-- 1 seven years of business, had paid div. tys money to pay "" ed the olfice of County Engineer in ,, for an assistant and that a franchise should be sold, e. .... "V. i.his iiiiuillHiy. I.l,.,l,lw tr. ,(., .tnM,n1... , the rate fixed w the Interest of road improvement, and ... . .uu.uUK road engineer when Dr. Amon was with private phones at S1.50 a month l,n, In .1,.. fnll .. and a $2.00 rate not for p. mural train, and lie and 1 of the not giving his time to the duties of for ' l'.'r "'nt ' . "llu". making this year mne his olHce was illegal. There are no for business phenes. are now working ti irelher lo onriin-I'- e and a lialf instead of nine months. longer a doubt but that There is no good reasons in law or in justice why n listen) of handlinir the road mi arioiim oi naving iosi so mucn in riUllUI Ul i till LiOlll work, that will get maximum results time this year, two men should be paid to do the the telephone has become a necessity, the Hoard of Trmtees they say, and if the system was dissame thing. from every dollar of the monev mail- is considering having a Should it appear that ten months able The llrst move' that I made scliool next The distressing and tragic death of Dr. Anion wns busy engaged in the continued eve.n for n month it would jiar. along tins line was to tnke the whole performance of his duties for the bring about a great inconvenience. There will be a special Kftster Srr-vir- e little Charles Uankm Jr., three year The Council adjourned the meeting road system out of politics, and in old son of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Charles nan- county on one road nnd needed as at the Christian church Sunday sistance at another place in the coun .Monday night, until Friday night. view of the fart that I have no oftrn morning. April 20th., in honor of kin, was n distinct shock to friends liev J. It. Moorman "ill preiuh to ty connection with the roads at that when the matter will be taken up, at stated that I would not be n candidate Ityan Commandery No. 17, who will und relatives of these popular people. which time it is hoped that the mat for olfice again it is difficult to under- the congregation at I'airview next be guests The sad accident occurred at their time it would be proper and right to of Kmmiiieiit Commander be settled, satisfactory both stand why these report were circu Sunday nftirnoou. Kvcrybody is J. K. Ilnsetden home on the Uincaster and I'reacli-ersvill- e employ and pay some one to assist ter will for the day. to the company ami its subscribers. lated, as certainly nothing but politi iiirdinlly invited. pike last Thursday afternoon. him. I contend, however, that it is The serviies will be conducted by neither legal nor right to employ and cal mot.M-- s ruuld have prompted such I!ev. J. It. .Moorman, who will deliver The little fellow had wandered out pay a man to perforin the duties of a distortion of facts. a spicial rermoii appropriate to the into the yard unnoticed by his mother road engineer while Dr. Anion draw We feel sure that the K liter of our The pas'.or will have for his morn- orrasion and the honored guests. and when found a few moments after, the regular paper would not have published the ing subject: "The Light salary and at the same the rd That I'ailed". There will ! be special music by "ns ly,m- -' face l"w"ar'l time is engaged in the practice of article, had he known the facts, but This year's graduating class of the There will bv no evening service the Christian ihurch choir. The pub-- 1 unconscious, having been kicked or was misinformed. The words "un- - owing to pawed by a mule that was running medicine Lancaster High School has donated cordially the fact that the .Methodist lie invited. Luncheon Kor a number of years the salary as many books ns there nre members larthed" as used above is certainly church is to begin its revival next will isbo served in the Ked Cross rooms looe in the yard. A frightful misleading, as th re has been, ami Sunday. by the Circle Cirls at wiich time Hon. wound was discovered over and near for the road engineer in this countv of the class to the High School Lhu'- ut'cn wilt be nothing hidden from the pub$1000.00. Last October ibrary for the English Department. (!. II. Sttincbroad will be the Master one eje and it was at once seen that lic of our county while 1 nifi County his case was hopeless. A physician Dr. J. A. Anion was appointed road In this way fifteen new and much of Ceremonies. Judge. salary increased needed books have been added to the via summoned and the unconscious engineer and the from $1000. to J1200. per annum, library. The books were selected by A business drat of some magnitude It seems strange that our County little fellow taken to Danville for Attorney has never "unearthed" any- was rousumated this week whin the treatment, but his spirit went to the The Doctor shortly afterwards ap Ihc principal and the English teacher. thing "sensatioin.1" before, although tirni ot A II. 1'iistin ami Son pur.Mr. James Ilratton asks us to re- God who gave it in a few hours uftet peared and executed the bond requir .No class has done a more com ed and took an oath to well and truly mendable thing for the school, and it it is barely possible had he taken Ins chased the i n tire stock of tl e S. S. S. serve space for n big advertisement the incident. spade and dug in, he might have Lumber Company. perform the duties of this olfice. The transfer vv.ll of the new produce firm in the next is suggested that this become a cus The devoted parents arc grief No one could object to , this ap tom of each graduating class herefound where Win Dumber was of be made hoitly. issue of the Kcconl. A final deal for stricken and have the sympathy of a is pointment because some assistance to llr. Anion's preDr. Anion ii location will be consumated after. It will be appreciated by al! this large number of friends in their deep known to be a gentleman of ability, who pass through the High School. decessor, and was paid by the county morning, but not in time for the sol row. honest, and good intentions, is a fine his services, nml as yet he has for The body was taken to the home of before we go to press. One of lincaster's most respected Fine lot of Yellow Dent Seed corn: failed even to unveil to all the public its grand-parentMr. nnd Mrs. Kob- - phyrtcinn with a large practice nnd colored citizens, John Nelson, died at of our County the two monuments ert llaukm, from which place the fun highly respected by all who know White seed corn. Hudson, Hughes and Ftirnau. built by another uf Hr. Anion's pre- his home here last I'mlay. In his eral was held last Saturday after- him. We could not anticipate when .Mr. J. W. Sweeney purchased this decessors in memory of his incapac- Jounger days he was considered the noon, burial taking place in the Uin-cast- the doctor ncceptcd this appointment that he would neglect in any way the tire time to the duties of this olTice ity as Supervisor, the said monuments bet blacksmith in the lounty. He week through the Thomas Ituilty cemetery. roads of the county. being two concrete abutments cost- was respected by all. both white and Company, the farm of J. W. Klniore It will be un- could anyone contend that the ser acres and derstood that Garrard County will vices of Mr. Forbes would be necess ing our County several hundred dol colored, who will be sorry that he is containing about 110 no more. known as a part of the Joe Hobinsou have around $."0,000.00 per annum ary and further is it proper to pay lars nml still standing unused on the farm on the Danville road. to spend on our roads, and to super Dr. Amon $1200. a year, nnd ut the waters of White I.lck Creek because Aberdeen-Angu- s. The priie paid was $200. an acre. of improper construction. Through the business acumen of (I. intend the spending of so large a sum raiiie time pay Mr. Forbes $4.00 a In conilusion 1 will say that I shall .Mr. A. I). Ilnidshaw has Just re1. Swinebroad, the real estate man, in a way so badly needed nnd so ur lay for acting ns foreman for Will gently demanded by the public is no Ilumber and Harve Hobinsou and n lontinue to look after the affairs of turned from Iowa where he purchasMr. Alex Walker closed a deal yesour County as I think best, withuut ed .10 head of registered Aberdeen- Messrs W I!, llurton and Hi rbi rt terday selling his Hour mill to S. C. small job. Dr. Anion continues to few other hands who arc occasionally look after and enjoy a large practice tmplovcd. I am pleased to state fear or favor, not expecting to escape Angus cattle, he coming through with Lee huvi. taken the local agency for Vaughn, of McKinncy, Ky, for criticism, but only asking vhen criti- them nrriwng hire yesterday. They! the VKI.IK cars and during the past lfl,000. .Mr. Vaughn also gets the as a physician which his ability und that Squires, Logan Ison and James cized that facts be stated, ure abtinch of beauties, all joung 'week have sold three One to .Mr. warehouse located near the shipping standing fully merits. He cannot do Clark fully agree with my position the county justice in undertaking to that Garrard County should have a Forest Stapp, cows and calves. He will tell us all deorge Spoonaniore, one to W. II. pens for the price of $3,750. perform the duties of this important road engineer who givvs his entire about them in the next issue of the llurton nml one to Mm. Klizabeth In the deal .Mr. Walker takes the The latter car is n beauty, farm of Mr, Vaughn near Hustonville, olfice for the time his profession tak time to this important position ami Record and nlso tell of the big cuttle Joseph. es necessitates tho neglect of hit we think the public will likewise acsale, he purposes to hold here during painted dark blue, with wire wheels containing !I7 acres, at a price near duties us road engineer. Not only is cord with our views. 1 It may bo sug that are white as the driven snow. SUHI nil acre. the month of .May. Dr. Amon unable to carry on the pro- gested as it has been that we are Tins handsome iiiaihine has created .Mr. Swinebruad will sell this farm All funds for the relief of the unusual interest among the prospec- publicly for Mr. Walker, on April 23d fession and do the work of this olfice prompted from political motives to Nice, starving millions of Jewish people but we contend that thoro is no othet ralst this objeitlon. tive buyers of the county and their und he tells us it will sell. caught In the maelstrom of vvur in The Central Iiccord, published by man in the county who could proper We disavow such u purpose. The .Mr. Vaughn gets possession of the the Eastern Europenn war zones are J. K. Hobinsou and H ,L. Klkin. of Lgcnts. claim th.it tho elie is in a ly do so. It will require the full time majority of our Fiscal Coun is re class to itself. mill July 1st, lit which time the lease rallied to Europe through the State Ijincaster, is 30 years and the undivided attention of the publican mil we expected old, luvlng Judge The cars will be on implay at the and Hicks and Lee expires. Department at Washington, and are been started many best prepared man in the county to Supp to select for this office a per years' before either distributed through United States of the above gentlemen were born, of mw gaiage of J. T. Kancy's and will properly spend $.10,000.00 on the son identified with tho republican be looked after by Kd Dougherty, Consuls and Agents of thu American public roads of Garrard County. course. pi.rty and find no objections It is a mighty good paper who is one of Lancaster's best meand Jewish Itelief Committee of New-Yor- jnud no exchange on We submit to the public the merits make none to Dr. Amon except as the I. J.'s list is chanics. City. I of our contention whether it is legal stated herein. We make no predic read closer nor greater enjoyed. Through the generosity of our nc and proper to increase Dr. Anion's tion i.s to the success or thu failure in! This week's Hecord is 10 pages, which coinnioiLiting County Attorney, salary $200.00 above that formerly the road management if continued as shows that the paper is not only grow Kemember the revival nervices at Chairman of the 5th Liberty Loan has paid nnd then employ for him an It now is but we do say confidently ing in vears, but in size as well. In the Methodist Church, liev. L. II. been permitted to set up lieudquarat SI. 0(1 per day, not to ex that a man of Dr. Anion's ability will terior Journal. llridgers of Gainesville, (!ii,. will be ters in the office of the County At- - ceed $1000.00 per year us we urc in be immeasurably more successful by SATURDAY AI'RIL 12th 10 A. M. if re Dummy, April la. Kev. llridgers torney. formed is the program of the County giving his nttintion lo his public Is well known here, ns he held a meet- On this day and at thu appointed Therefore, all committeemen nnd Judge. duties than by looking after a huge hour, you villi bo treated to the op The following communication was Ing while Itev, S. II. I'ollitt was pas- - workers are lequested to come to Altho we ure well advanced in the and successful profession in wiving portunity of securing at public nuc. handed us this week: tur. He wns In the evungelistic work then' hendnuartors at all times for enr the public is fully aware that only his spare moments to n Job bin- "Whose duty is it to kill the curs for ii number of years und is a suc any help, or information that it is there has been little done in tho way ger tiou Just Right building lots, nnd nd than rny one ottur business ,n sodded ilitiomil ground, in Itlue that are running at large on our cessful singer und preacher. He lias possible for us to give. of road work and thus far only n the county. We mako these uggest-ions Crass fur pasturage or cultivation, streets and the roads of the county, Just been released from the war work All members of the (Jarraru County small crew under the supervision of without spite or malice only with Signed, in which lie has been engaged. Just Kight liernuso they nro the without tags?" On Kxccutive Committee for tho Fifth the county road department, und it a purpose of the public knowing the right distance from the business one occasion during the war, he went Liberty Loan are requested to meet appeared to us that the county road facts and feeling ussured that no one Ta l'acr". square; on the right side of the street; There has been some complaint into a mining camp and preached to it the oTice of tho County Attorney engineer could have been with this can be harmed by tin light of truth right in size, not hampered, nnd about some dogs in the city killing the people ubout loyalty to the gov on Ihursday April 10 ut 4 o'clock for crew a good portion of the time with- falling upon Just of the udmlniitrntion drained by nature from front tu thickens, one perton reporting that ernment. In this way u strike wus the purpose of formulating plans out the necessity of paying Mr. Jliko the public's business. When I graded up ready for ho had lost It) in this manner. averted. buck nnd are w hereby the Fifth Liberty Loan may Forbes for doing this part of the I shall make further mention in work building, Owner of any similar lots Whether this was from licensed or There will be services each day ut be put "Over the Top". for him. The impression may be at- defense of my position should I deem priced at all, will ask unlicensed dogs could not be learned. 2:30 and 7:30. Everybody invited. in Lancaster, if J. K. Moorman, County Chairman, tempted that Mr, Forbes Is employed it necessary should your generous you SI 000 to $1S00 and they are If persons will notify tho shcrilf if During this week, a series of prayer in the form of a laborer but the see offer still be extended to us in this and make your they find n dog without the proper services are being held at the church kelllng at that come hun- - ing eye of the public is too well in- connection. given tag, he will tee to It that it is killed, each evening ut 7:30. These serown price on these. Souvenirs formed already that this is, not Very respectfully, awuy, Don't forget the date. but it is almost Impossible for the vices are preparatory to the revival Green Clay Walker, I). A. THOMAS Healtor. sheriff to locate them all. und every one Is welcome. W. Should Dr. Anion be giving his en- County Attorney Lancaster's Last Livery Water Colored Sketch 0f Warehouse tracting Attention. UP TO THE COUNCIL ATTORNEY Telephone Notifies Views Man Body they Cease agement of Roads. Business ter. Ask For Franchise. ,,. ,,,. ,.,,, .,, ni. SPECIAL SFRVITF I mandery. TRAGIC DEATH Of Charles Rankin, Jr. Services at FairvJew. Christian Church Notes. New Books For High School Library. Business Deal. New Produce Firm. John Nelson, Dead. Farm Sale. More Swinebroad Still Selling 'Em. New Agency. Through State Department. Very This. Liberty Loan Headquarters. Just Right Lot Revival Services. Sale Auction. Sheriff's Duty. dred buggies to paint. J. Romans. WANTED: Two The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 10. 1919 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 HENS AND YOUNG MENS SUITS Our Wen's and Boy shoes are up to Ihc rr.inutc for Style and Quality. $20. TO $40. -- BOYS KNEE SUITS $5. TO $18. You will find what you. want in Shoes nnd Slippers for the kids at this store. We have the largest assortment ol Ladies Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers we have ever carried. Copyriilit W Hut Sihllfncr & Muz Make your selections now while selecting is good. Cprri(ht l9'Jl!iis..uJf.-r- Jfc Mart The House of Quality. K5t K2iy f iOXW!OOttfOi. J It Pays IEli TH Tomato Is Profitable. j e Lancaster, Kentucky. the canneries contracted for tomatoes at from $11 to $1, per ton. liood growers can obtain ten ton or mere per acre so the crop Is a profit-abl- e one. A bulletin on "Crowing the Tomato" is now on the press. It is very short, very much to the point ami very well illustrated with photo-CirculNo. 7! and ran lie placed In graphs. "Crowing the Tomato" Is the farmer's mall box ! sending it line to the College of Agriculture nt Lexington. SJL!U!233 B Classified Column RATES i Single insertions lc a word No ml taken for less than 20c in this column. N'o ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of tlve. Phone orders must be paid promptly. Our philosopher says: Now that ' Dodge casing, tube nn 1 Costa Rica Rich In Fruit. LOST: I Costa lilc.i has nil the mw material you've got more money for crops get rim, somewhere near Lancaster. 1 to Dr. V. M. Elliott and get re-- I hat Is neccsury, except that fur con- j ready to spend more on the home an' tainers, to develop ii pri(lt!iM busi.(did ful your trouble. anybody can get out ness In mimed frulls mid vegetables. I the school. All I tired storm The list of native and cultivated fruits of money is comfort iin' n bigger an' FOU SALE: Rubber Also set of Is long und coiitulns many uhlili uoiilil better mind. buggy in fine condition. be In demand If the way Is found to heavy harness and set of light har- preserve the lluvor. ness, apply Uccord office. was Identified by Josephus with In love wllh his work. Salem, a city whoso king some thirty-- ; enlarged Oct frames for High Army Officers. J. F. Holtzclaw and Son. fie centuries ugo was MalcIiNcdech, ul at Clialilenu. The city did nut puss com-- ! A major general heads inch army Infansyringe. pletely to possession of the Jews until corps; a brigadier general FOUND: Hyperdermic the time of Dm Id. try brigade; a eolom-- l heads eaih regiCall at this otfice. ment ; u lieutenant colonel Is next in Mirror History. About 28 bushels of I'OIl SALE: rank below u colonel; u major brails In the early part of the sixteenth a battal'on; captain heads a com Phone 315-potatoes. July century mirrors first became articles pany a llisitenant heads a plutoon; a M. S. Burnside. of household furniture mid decora'lon. sergeant Is next below a lieutenant, to that time from the cud u curpiiral Is u squad olllcer. i TO It SALE: Boone County white Previous twelfth to the end of the fifteenth cenhard corn, 98 per cent test. tury pocket mirrors or mind hand Ky. George Cox, Everybody Laugh! mirrors, carried at the girdle, were The girl who hiuuhs because she Is The One double adjuncts to ladles' toilettes. CHEAP: FOU SALE y anil finds things to pocket mirrors consisted of small cir- sunny-hearted- , disc Oliver harrow, if sold quick. us she goes along, adds enjoyment cular plaques of polished metal fixed R. Mount and Co. J. In u shallow circular box covered with lo oihers us. they go along. There Is something In u smile that calls out a lid. FOK SALE 1 pair of extra good a smile, and sjioutaucuus luugliter Is 1G hand, mare coming the most catching thing lu the world. Couldn't "Unthlnk." Uryantsvilie, No one who hears a Joyous laugh la mules. Phone 37-F- ., I had broken her precious likely to scowl lu rcsiioiise. B. P. Swope. on-i- 'i nnd was Inconsolable. The family united in trying to cheer J, M. Metcalf, Surveyer, 25 years How the Cricket Sings. experience. Blue prints furnished. In . up and make her forget her sor-iocricket are folded The wings of line day soon afler the nitas-- i horizontally and u form when closed Phone answered promptly. All calls plie her mother found her In tours Ky. l(j.ri, Stanford, d tapering points slender, thread-liki.i. pulling her arms nbout lrr. until: the Willi covers. It Is supposed Very line ' ' II ..other what's the trouble, dear." EGGS FOR SALE: the wins covirs answer: to be hy friction of strain of Buff Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 --l'.i uhlili the little one made und from n peul.. mother, I can't iinthlnk ub.nit my ugalnst "ueh other Mrs. Mary Doty, for 15. culiarity of their structure, that the dolly." Bryantsville Exchange. Phone 47-males produce the sound whkli makes Huso Insect so well known. Christian Herald. FOR SALE A lot of baled hay, u will sell in lots to suit purchaser. Call II Showed Greatness In Youth. on P.. W. Palmer, Mike Burnside or At the age of 1 1, ami when n sophoV J. W. Elmore. more ut Cambridge, Frauds ltacou '3 left the university lu disgust, declarregistered SALE: Three FOR ing that the whole system of educaAberdeen-Angu- s bull calves. Ready 5 tion was radically wrong ut Cambridge Single Comb Brown Leg-- h Hurry Frye. IJ fur service. und everywhere else. And Iljcoa lived irn Eggs, Baby Chicks, Hubble, Ky. ' ' sters nnd Broody hens to prove that he was coiise rl;ht In Ids contention. Swift despised v r in exchange. ! I will stand my rcKuteed Holstivn teachers lieoiuse he knew more hi If you have no BONDS, I n Ig'.it consider the CASH. laid difHull at $1.00 cash or 51.50 when calf $ than they did. and then-forOld prices good for th's ficulty III securing a degree. c mes. Fee insures u living calf. nth. Dan Hay. McCrury. Ky. First Time Reckoning. ERLE C. FARRA Plymouth Barred FOR SALE: Perhaps the first reference to atLancaster, Ky. Box 272. fuck egga. 15 for $1. Baby chicks tempts to reckon time by mechanical I Phono 3S2-10c. each. means Is found In Isaiah xxxvlll, S, I Mrs. Taylor House. Lancaster, Ky. written supposedly about 713 II. ., M0-3t-p"the sun dial of Alius." Pliny nay that Anuxlmandcr Invented u sun dial FOR SALE Fifty barrels of corn. nhout 550 1!. ('. The first nun dial ut Will sell at crib, or by the load. Rome wus placed In the temple of Oulrlniis, about HtS II. C, when time Splendid for seed. Will shell CO i was dlddcd Into hours. The clep pounds to the bushel. Phone 384-sydra, or water clock, was the uext Walton Moss. Two Ton Republic line recorder Invented. Leghorns, Brown FOR SALE: I'rnrtlcly New purubied. Eggs $1.00 for 15. Camouflage In Reverse. Mrs 11, M. Kurtz, R. 3 n,.vipvdi nr Hi. ciinioiiliii're tirinclitlo Phone 387-S- . Ky. Umcasler, ofIU greatly Increasing the subjects lusteail or O'licouiiiig uieic Ford Roadster We are standing a good Aberdeen blending them Willi the background hy Angus Bull ut $1.00 cush ut the gate. Is declared u posslblu peace develop Am iuid Ed Bourne, leent by the linvill ofilcor who developsys On the New Danville pike. ed that particular imture-fuklii- a .., siiiw-- , .virv isisltlve has Its neg Eggs for Hutching: Large Ur wn applications opposite lo alive, color those used for loiifuslng the eye art ririrs. extra strain of pure White being studied for u hiss1I,Io standard-Ir.ePlymouth Rocks. 15 for $1.00 REFOBUC MOTOR TRUCKS system of making distant objects Miss Fannie Bishop. ohsplcuous. Popular Mechanics f 1010 GillWATvSujIimall.a ( 14x20 enlarged Cet frames for J. F. Holtzclaw and Son at It Tomatoes ns n regular field crop are growing in favor. This is especially true where noils are not especially suited to other crops. (!rcat sections of the poorer hinds of Southern Indiana hne become the to Advertise. center of the large tomato canning This industry has n great industry. Over s C Rhode Island Reds, choice Epitaphs InBones of Failures.failure: The codfish lavs million eggs muny advantages to recommend it to the Cemetery of strain. Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1. lie lacked tact: worry killed him; he while the helpful hen lays one; but the man whojs trying to handle a Mrs. E. V. Perkins, was too sensitive; he couldn't sv thu rjlhh dees not mcMe to inform poor farm. The crop does not rePhone "no"; he did not find his place; n us what she's done; nnd so we' scorn quire the outlay of a great deal of Star Route, Lancaster, Ky., llryantsville exchange. little success parnlynsl him; he did the codfish coy, but the helpful hen money and it is harvested and paid not rare how he looked; he did not we praise; which indicates to thought- for in less time than it takes to guard his weak point; he was too ful minds, it pays to advertise. many other crops. During lt'lN Who Founded Jerusalem; rlln und early 1.1.- .ory u.v i.'ifcnre. prowl to Inke advice; he did not fall 40-- Sae t one half on 14x20 oval frames J. F. Holtzclaw and Son. Poor Venus! imsmUum Liberty Bonds She did not have the opportunity of our beautiful selection of Ladies Suits to enhance her popularity But you have it; and it is an opportunity no good dresser will overlook or stop to do anything but analyze our every effort to offer the most modern styles in Ladies Suits that good taste and economical selection will permit. WANTED If you should see hands in front of each of our price cards, ycu will know thai the happening is merely because the prices are really ashamed of the lowness marked thereon. The materials used in these suits are select fabrics that enhance the beauty of the lines upon which they are built. SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF WAISTS. Come in and look around and ask questions. Bifflaagaaai $195Q Harry P. Kelly $350 J.E.Dickerson The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 10 1919. PRESCRIBE EXERCISE cnD run tuc unimnrn inL nuunutu IS OEINQ CAMPS OF TOTAL VALUE OF M ALL FARM CROPS According 1 k"PLAY.THEnAPY" IDEA THICD OUT IN CCNTflAL MILITARY DEPARTMENT. to Bureau Estimates Fully of Crop lf One-Ha- Chicago. "I prescribe an hour of volley hull fur jmir stiff wrist this l iimmlng," Is In lug nmv In n ilnreii nf 1'ncle Siihi'k inmps wherein wnuniltsl Miller are 't m viila'oflns. Or, II limy that tln pn serlpllnn Is miini'llilli; like this: "Hoy, Jnur knee Juliits are pretty stiff and the hinge of jnur hips ilnn't work right. Siipme juti (ilny n nil Imll fur nn liuiir today iiml Itiiimrrmr ami linn prolong tin of play n hit. 'I'M Mill do mure for j mi lluiii mi) thine J ." Ir. II. I". Kiilleiiliirg. thief nf Y. M 0. A. physlcnl illnrturx In tli ntnil military di imrlnicnt, Kith linnlipmr-ten- t In Chicago, In receiving word almost dally Iiml the luti- -t iiiwIukI nf treating wnunilisl men In rntin-n- t ImspltHls In such ruses in ih'imnnl exercise nf Joint", lingers, wrlts. legs or arms, Is lining wonders fur the ml. illrrn. Tlit'y nut only are (limning nff llii'lr nllni.nl- - hut nn- - taking mi i unit ii ni'H liitiri'-- t In Ilf.', he declines. Tin- - Iri'nlini'iil Is "in'" In tlmt inrillinl inrii cmmlne iiiih case nml prescribe certain, giiiiies in 111 tin. hcisls of Itint ruse. Nil pla)lug nt en nn" rtspilrlng etrrrfse nf muscle nr Joints It dune mil' nml' r tin' direct if it misllcul ntllri r. Ilnctnr Kullcnhrrg rts. Helplno Government. "I'hjslnil directors nf tl Y. SI. ( A. tin- - ti. I'lnir tin1 gnicriiuiiiit In these mutters nt 1lia linn'." explained pop. Kiillenbrrg. "I miiliT'tiiiiil tin- - np- illnillii nf nur thisiry Hint tin- - iln Ins or ivrtalu gunu liiilnl nrtuln all- nn mi U (.Hue iti'innnnnitcil with nur. res nt MitiuiK cttiiijai In iln- - plain ri- liilllttmlliill if the phtslrnl mail. NY iln not umliT-rHt- i massage, hidro- therapy. Icrtrnthenipy nr inmiunt tin rnpy. lint we are fttullitiC tlml p.ii fled eirrrlse In pluy works wonders In loosening joint nml bring the mini n n normal state." At tli following ramps the new trwliHeiit nf "pliiy Is being uisl ninvwfuly njHifi hundreds nf Wounded wilillers, snllnr-- mnl marines Tailor. m,iti.e, liriHi lskes, I'nrt Mii'ritlati. I'nrt D."t ilnliii"!. I'nrt Iten. niln llarrlMin, r. S. iluiernt lmpltiil Nn. --'I. I.'iner, mnl ptiuii jirn Itt'lne iniiile now tn the trmtinent nt Ciiintx I'muioii. Sherinnn, ('niter nml the hit: I'nril hn.pltiil. 1 1, trull. It In ri jxirleil Hint Mnji.r Kelley at .'ntnp irniit lint Mt nhh' tun Inrce tun- Mory iHirriKV" fnr 11 cjniiiiislum mnl will nk the Y. M. . A. fnr two men tn In illrectlni; ununileil unhllim In Distinctive Clothes For Exacting MEN you'll like them they are Is Found in Cereals. HEM? CROP INSIGNIFICANT Society Brand Clothes Tlii-nrv tailored to not tin; pueu for cluvt-as well as practical styles. Any man who is particular about his attire will he thoroughly sold for all time after he buys his first suit here. r Vegetables Appear to De Gaining In Relative Importance Tobacco Has Highest Value In Hlttcry for Crop of 1918. (Prepared by the ITnltM States Department uf Acricutture.) tin- - total value ift nil Fully one-Mifarm erupt In 1!)1S at the farm, accord-I- n to the bureau of crop estimates Is found In the centil., the crop total being (UXZi.Mt.OOi) nml the rcrenl total $7,U7U,(JO,OUO. The group next below In value Is that of the liber crops cotton nml hemp, but the latter Is Insignificant. Including cotton seed, ' these two crops have a value of $1)111,000,0110, nr 14 per cent of the aggregate nf all crops. The census Items of liny and forage crops make n total value uf $1,SSJ,W).. 000 for 1U1S, or 1!1 per cent of all mips, but these Items do not nde-qunlely cover the value nf strmv and cum stover nnd dn nut Include pastur age, tlie value which may now lie muchly estimated at $I.000.oU0,00i one-hal- f us much us that more than nf the hay crop. If pasturage Is Included, the value of the buy and forage of WIS mut be nearly $;t,0(X),lXK).-Uione-fiftof the crop total. Vegetables Gaining. Vegetables, subject to high variability tn production and price from jear tn year, nevertheless appear to be gaining In relative Importance. Their value In l'.Kjl), the latest census year, was 7.0 per cent of that nf all crops, and In 1018 It was!! per cent, or$l."JH!,-000,00The same Is true of fruits, the value of which bus become or 4.5 per cent. In place of the 3.1 per cent of lUOO. Tobacco has the highest value In his-tnr- y for the crop of 1U1S, and this reaches the estimate of $374,000,000, or ".0 per cent of the crop total. The high prices of lumber nnd other forest products have raided the farm value nf the j ear's products of "the farmer's wood lot" to considerable proportions. A rough estimate for 1U1S compotes a value of $300,000,000, or -' 2.5 per cent of all crops. tlValue of "Seed Crops." The group called "seed croim" Id tho census arrangement Includes beans and peanuts as well as various other seeds, For 1018 the value of this class of products Is fl49,00O,OOO, as estimated, und this Is 2.1 per cent of the crop total. In the value of the sugar crops, no beet or cauo eugnr Is Included, but only the beers und the sugar cane. Other Items ore sorghum cane sold and sirup mudo and maple sugar und sirup. The total Is $137,000,000, of sugar represents which $04,000,000 beets and sugar cane, and this compares with the value ut the factory of the l,O07,0o0 short tons of beet and enne sugar of 1018, which may bo more or less. HOME GARDENING iii We helieve we are showing the strongest line that we have oireretl anil certainly the prettiest patterns and best styles that you have seen for sometime. Another bin feature is the fact that we can fit you no matter whether you are Idiik or short or make a bin impression on the scales. tr Society Brand Clothes are known as We feel that these nationally known clothes do not need any introduction to you but we merely want to keep the fact in your mind that this is the Store where they are sold. are sold here, that's why we "STY1.K IIKADQL'AUTKItS". .rr-- rr ' JJwirttj ilraitH (Ctulhru 5 Per Cent Cash Discount to Returning Soldiers. PARKS & HENDREN. "STYLE HEADQUARTERS" Where Society Brand Clothes are sold. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. n.lt their HONOR FIGHTING PARSON Dr. Jnhii II. fllffnril. Itnptltt mini ter In time nf peine Inn real flshter 111 time nf uitr, tinn heen nunriliil the crnlx lie Kuerre fnr eMrnnnllunry hern- Ism In nrtlnn. Uielnr Clirr.iril. nn n Y. M. C. A. orkT, I niMil the reil wrath nf wnr. lie lin heeii In Hie Drills tone ni iniioli ai the hnnllent Infiintrjmiin ami nm ilrrnratiil fnr u limit unusuiil ciplnlt. He hh one nf three men who lirnviil Inrrsmnt enemy fhell lire while rei. Are you starved for music without realizing it? Such a condition is possible. The normal person craves music; unconsciously, if not consciously. mental health. MAT COHEN Culls Meeting of Tobac co Growers And Warehousemen. At a meeting called in Lexington Ky March L'Sth, of this year, a tentative organization of the loose leaf barco warehouses of this Commonwealth "its formed, and in order that tut only those v. ho are associated or connected with the loose leaf tobacco warehouses, but all those who are intended in the planting and growing if t:ie 19111 crop may be heard, relative o this organization, a meeting will be hehl in the Hoard of Trade HulMing, Third and Main Streets, i. u.jvdlc, Ky., at one o'clock P. M. Saturday April 12th. 1U 10, anil to I which every farmer who contemplates growing tobacco this year and every one who is directly or indirectly in. tetested in the loose leaf warehouses of t jis state, or ilireitlj or indirectly Jiltresteil m the tobacco industry, is i cut earnestl and cordially invited u attend this very important meet-nand join in the discussion as to the necessary course of proiedure to prevent the planting of the contemplated acreage of tobacco in Kentucky this year, which, if carried out us contemplated, re-- 1 will undoubtedly suit disastrously to those so engaged. MAT S. COHEN. Commissioner of Agriculture. jBABV CHICKS MUST HAVE AT- TENTION I IS FAVORED It is necessary to just that It affords Likely to Prove Profitable Investment of Effort This Year Plan for Family Needs. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Tho home garden Is likely to prove u profitable Investment of effort this year as It has for the past several sea- - emotional stimulus required to lift the mind from its habitual channels. It is refreshing, life-givin- g. An evening of music means relaxation and dreamless sleep. MB The NEW EDISON "The Phonograph with a Soul" DOCTOR CLIFFORD. nf ninrliiet. The trlnViirrleil the colonel tn Kiifely nn n Ktretcher. Poctnr CHITnril went nver thu tup inuny HineK nml nimeneur helng kllleil nn ci'MTiil ncnislons. He In Ufty-oiiears old. , V, Cntlln, mm. MilnR Cnl. AlhertiiH inuniUiiK ulllrer nf I he Sixth regiment j f (Hon i f Pralitt "Y" Work. Uiuiuulllleil prnUe by CntiMiI Oon- erul llnrrls in rilherhi for thu nrrvlco rendereil not only to the Amerlruii rx- nilllloiiiiry trtmpx, hut also In thu Czechs ti m 1 tn Ilunkliiii prisoners by the American Y. M. ". A. necreturlen, Is conlaliuil In un nlllclul commuulca. trutiMiilltiil In Hie Mute depart by Tnul II. lit WiikliliiKtun American minister to China, -p you have all the world's best music rendered by, the world's greatest artists. And you have e it HKCKKATKI) with such perfection that it is utterly impossible for you or anyone else to distinguish the artist's own performance from that of the New Kdison. This has been proved not once but hundreds of times In thu famous tone tests in which the art com-plet- ist has sunir or played in direct comparison with the New Kdison. lu not one instance have the listeners been able to distinguish artists from instrument. Let music brighten your life. Make it a genuine resource as Call at well as entertainment. our store anil listen to the New Kdison. I'eed them regularly. give them ldentv of rlenn itrlnLimr untnr mill each c"y give them a little 11. A THOMAS' I'OULTIiV KKMKDY. the bone and muscle builder, as well at u tonic and specitic for bowel W. A. WCKKIiSO.N' troubles. I to Great Athletic Program. Throuiih Ihu V. SI. C. A. thu United Stutes pluns to Intruiluco u project (or tho uVu'lopment of Amerlcau utliletlca lu thu allied iountrU'8. Auierica'a ureatet athletic leuibrs uro bvlui; d to direct tho uiotviueut from thu headquarteri to bo established la L. B. SflPP FURNITURE 60MPfNY. DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE AND RUG STORE. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Wlte Provision of Nature. Mini iiys worships Mimcthlm:; ill. ways be sees the Infinite shadowed forth In sniiicthliu Unite; illul Indeed . ran and niMt mi mi- - It In nny finite I Working In tho Garden With a Labor-Savin- g ... .1.1.... i'iiiv ii Tool. nun., nun .. ..II iu A I.I.. u Ilia iiiih I.t... eyes thereon. Ciirlyle. sons, In tho opinion of the United States department of agriculture. The For Bed, Board and Laundry. experience of the past few years has Here Is a perfect gem of misapplied proved that persons who have suit)-cleKngllsli from u woman answering an land aud spare time und who udvertlsement for u French governess do their home gardening work Intelli"au pair"; "I know a little English, gently and eiUclently Had It profitable. und could give easy, nt once, lessons Tho relatively high prices of practicalIn French, for which I will he nourly ull foodstuffs teud to Increase the ished, lying down und blenched, who, saving effected, but the borne gurdea I think, ure the conditions 'au pair.'" should be planned with a view to meetltoston Transcript. ing the family needs rather than of producing crops (or sale ou the market. t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 10, 1919. OLD HICKORY 2fin. complete with Bed and Seat only $1)5.00 3in. only $120.00 Over 00 Wagons now in stock. Weber Wagons $5.00 higher. 1 HARROWS 12 Di?c BUGGIES The PHOENIX is in a chwsi ,by BINDER TWINE Look out for our ! ROOFING . HARNESS DEPT. deliver- WHY PAY MORE Tobacco Setters (Menus) . . S'JO. onlv Tobacco Setter (Tiger) icU()ry Wm.ms 2 :t-- Harrows S lT.iiO. price on ilalvanized roofinK We make you anything you want m leather. Let us M Pie Harrows $52.30. you any These to itelf. We curry a complete twine. We have it and can save you ed to your station. 2!) jraujio 1 We can jrive kind prices you aiV tock of cheaper vehicles nlso.j want. Can jrive you anything yntijnioiu'y on it. want. Conic and let us .show you. only $5.50 a sipiare, vour shoes. I'iitoI Post. We uuaraiiteo, 28 gauge only $5.75 a square. the work to be as good as any Ours is the best Let us figure with you on Kentucky. is'.. op in Send them in by delivered nouey will buy. ."0 your entire equipment. ;can save you money. We , trip to our store will pay you big dividends. your station. pounds to the bundle. (iron ml Hurley pound Dolly Varden Flour Sl.fiO. ('lanu. Sugar per 100 lbs, SI 0.50. only Navy I'eans, only I Op lb. ( lover Seed only S20.00. I ft wire Fence !. and B.V We Pay the Freight. -- nr';!!" per 100 .$:!.)(). Get your order in now for that DODGE CAR. That is the only way you can be sure. WE LCffS DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S QREATES'I' STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." BEREA, KENTUCKY. WVWVWVVWTVWfffffffffVIWWVIIWWfffffVfffffffVffVff WffffffWWffffVfW PAINT LICK. Mr. liicc WotIs went to Cincinnati Momljy on business. Walker, Mrs. Win. Kldridgc, Mrs. J. F. White and Mrs. Kice Woods. Commissioner's News has been received here of the sad death of Ralph I), l'ltts, a conGARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mr. ami Mrs. D. V. White and Mrs. on the Bit; Four at Anderson, Plaintiffs. et J. A. Kiddcll were visitors in Rich- ductor who died as a result of in- J. A. Scott,VS. al, Mr. und Mrs. I)ue Long and famIndiana, The announcement hns been iiimle mond Monday. ily motored to Richmond Thursday, that Mrs. Floyd Snyders funeral will Defendant. Nannie F. Scott, juries received in a railroad accident Pursuant to a judgment rendered and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. be preacheil the fourth Sunday Mrs. Woods Walker entertained at that place. Mr. I'itts was endeavin March Term. VJVJ. the under Churlcs Cojt'on. last Monday in honor of her guest, oring to help get a disabled freight at the Commissioner will sell at pub April, the 27tli. nt Corenth, by Rev. signed Mrs. Woods Ogilvie. car to the shops to be repaireiL when lic auction before the Lourt House Mr. and Mrs. Cameron I'rewitt and I'enle. an engine backed into a number of door in Ijincaster. Kentucky, at 1 1 little djughter Ruth Cameron werel Mrs. Hnscom I'rewitt nnd daughter, Mm. Woods Ogilvie ami Miss Frano'clock. A, M., on ces Ogilvie were the quests last week freight cars and these in turn bumpMONDAY. APRIL 'V of Mr;, ami Mrs. Author sHNoni Lucille, Mrs. Jesse Fast and ing into the locomotive of the switch it being the first day of28. l'Jt'J. of Mm. Woods Walker the Garrard I lorn unci , daughter. .Marina, """""' ! train throwing the engine with great County l.ourt term, the real estate Irt- Banners ami iuiij, spent Miliininy nilernooii wun .Mrs. Mioses llernard anil Nancy Garred foicc against the damaged ear on mentioned in the pleadings ami des'daughter. Kliznhcth, .Mrs. Roberts nnd Kril I'rewitt of ltichniond Normal were the guests which Mr PitU was working, pinning cribed as follows: i I Beginning at a point - fett Northof Miss Marie I.cdford for flic week- him between the car nnd engine east of a young forked black walnut, end. bi caking his ribs ot, ths left side nnd a new corner to Hamilton and Rob-nifoN SI 3- -1 W. passing corner to Mrs. nno Moberley nnn Miss Ida crushing his left arm to n pulp, and ,!J Sanders were the guests of Mrs. perforating the lining about the lung W. A. Floyd nt 5.67 chains, a post at Subscriber to the American the end of a section of stone fence, Ken Campbell at Cottonburg Satur-i.'i.- y which earned his death two and one Wnr Relief Campaign in Kentur u mi about "0 feet West of a smull night and Sunday. half hours after the accident cccur-rel- . water gup on same courie with Floyd, ky mny send their pledges to Alfn Mrs. I'itts is well remembered m all 13.28 chains to a take in uilrandcls. State Treasurer. C01 Paul CI Mrs. James Metcalf, Mies Docia here as Miss l.ucll.i Arnold wheie slui fence and about 10 feet Southwest of Jones lluilding, Louisville. Ky.. pay and Christine Metcalf nnd Mr. Dewey n young mulberry, said stake is in line i" ,jed fur a number of years ami U able now or June 15th und August Metcalf, of Stanford were tnj guost3 I corner to . tlstir of Mrs. Hurdctte Itanisej. to loyu, ami ntract; thenceJames A. 1st. Subriptions of any amount !(:) gf friends here Sunday. division Scott's 30 acre us I'itts anil little son Harold, h;tve line to tnU truct S 13 W .'10.55 will be greatfully received. Mrs. Robert Walker was hostess nt the sympathy of ih I'alnt Lick chains to n point about 10 links South ' '(ii Kail-roa- d riiimer Friday, her guests being Miss in ti e less of husband and or the mil. lie or the 1.. ami BRADSIIAW MILL. trait, to comer to panic. N hit licll Denny of Stanford, Mrs. Woods father. i. ihuins to n point in the middle of the tract ami corner to Speeil Led- Mrsv Mollle Moblcy spent Thurs. ford's 50 acre tract; thence leaving ,iny it, jr5i v. . C.ulVy ft Mr. and Mrs. Ilurton Sanders mid (J 1.05 chains to a stake on a ridge, I i corner to same N 87 -1 K family motored to Richmond Monday. chains to n stake in said l.cdford'sj (!) J Mr. John M. Sanders spent Wed- line nnd u new corner to Hamilton and Robinson; thence division line to nesduy night with Mr. und .Mrs. Dave' (Known as the "Old Todd Horse") I'J1 F. i .'.org. same with u worm fence N 5 18.70 chains to the beginning, conthe.W .Mr. Penelton Whitaker was This well known horse will make the season of 1919 at our taining '.U.'J'J acres. the purpose or the sale herein is guest of Mr. I.. W. Wari.ioth Thurs. farm, one mile from Paint Pick on the Lancaster jilko at )M to divide the proceeds umung the day night. Joint owners thereof. Mrs. R. A. llroaddus snent Thurs-- , i : .. TKRMS. day afternoon with her sister, .Mrs. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. The sale will be made on a credit (!) of sW months und the purchaser will Ilurton Sunders. Le required to execute bond with up- Mr., und Mrs, Virgil Seluist.an were I This horse has a reputation unequaled In the state of Ken- r, .......I ..,.,,-!l- ,. ....... for the purchusel.vith her nurents Mr. un.l Mrs. Mer- -' M . VM tucky as a'sire of walkinjr horses. His product has been in great nteresl from date until naid. huvinir vin Long, humiuy, Mr, drant Sanders und little son, (!) the force and ellVc.t of a Judgment demand and are sellini; at fabulous prices today. upon which execution may issue, pay- - Forest, lire with Mrs. Cecil Humphrey able to W. It. .Hrown. Mastir torn- Money will be due at foaling time, or when mare is traded missioner of the Garrard Ciicuit ..v,0 is ill near Uoutre. Minei. Alpha i.nd Iolu upbre'cl to another horse. Will use every effort to prevent ac- Court, und u lien will be reserved pur- - near Richmond, spent the I'rewitt of or 'V week-en- d on the property sold untjl the chase monev ij paid. with --Miss Tilda Warmoth. cidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. i,lsa 'ona I)utl" a,ul iIr Jou J, K. Uobinson, Atty for IMlU, Numerous mares have already been booked and for prompt Wheeler of I.uruuter bpent Sumlay with Mt !r(ti ItriiiUliiiw service would advise to book your mares early. POINT LEAVCLL. j ) PHONE 27. S. W. .Sanders and daughters, Sale of Land. Miss Kthcl Hummons of Keren College, spent Saturday ami Sunday with home folks. Mr. F.mor) McWhurter, our retired merchant, of Point Leuvcll, has moved to his farm again. Misses (Jracie Tatem nnd Myrtle Kelley visited friends in Ijuicmtcr, Saturday and Sunday. Messrs I.ouis Yeakey nnd Letcher Rogers and Misses Mary and Allie l Hell motored to Hubble Sunday. Messrs W.T. King and Hill Thomp- son spent Saturday night with Mr. I Howard King near Nicholasville. Virginia Reynolds, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Fust and. chil- were in Lnnrnstir, Saturday. dren were visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Coy Peat and Soy lleant; also Tommie Kmmons of Richmond on for lam. Sunday. Hudson. Hugh, and Farnau. day. ,lu''" " One, Two or Three Payments. 1 The Races Don't take any chances Don't play any long shots, Don't play any favorites, BUT Come to our store, Get our prices before you buy, You pay only for what you get, You will get only what you pay for, Your Dollar will do its duty here. Satisfied Customers are what we want. ii .. J I I I WALKING PAT. $20.00 I I ii y I I 1 in ... S r,M I 1 i I BECKER and BALLARD. M. I I w l Cornett Brothers. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. ROUTE No. 2. Mm. Hutchy lignite friemU In Ilarboumille. 1 vialtlnic and Mrs. U W. Mm. BaiCom Mrs. W. T. King who has been sick daughter, Nora ' for some time is improving, Mesdames Hurt U Warmoth. ,.fiiwitt and mio Lucille, were with and Moberley Sun- - BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 10 1919 Score Two For This Tank THEIR EDEN FINALLY ARRIVED. .t'liju.. . house-furnishin- Dy JACK LAWTON. i ii 4 "2- - During the last few days, J. F. Holtzclaw and Son, the furniture people of Lancaster, have received two car loads of g goods in an ef fort to meet the demands of the people to a better advantage than ever before. As Illlly Towne droM- - mi the nur n Mur of cnrlcl at run- - road, he came Ihe ed;e of u i nod. And ns miller, ltllly whistled, for the scnrlel blur priiM-ilo be n fllken sunilel. with-Klrl's liroHii linil nhine It. Hill's wonilermeiit was etiunil hi l lniNias.iu!e. no '""possible." I1 lite !Kin of the crews of Itic slitem real Initio tank slilrh ul lour the fourth Unserve IHsirict In Interest of the Victory Tlss tanks, of Ike type knonn ns sti Inn uhlprrts, Hurt mit Apr 14 and kwi on crsvlintm tfl lb 'nil of the Wwn Tanks lti pnt the r jmt Ilk ihv of the Yank Into llua hordwi the on ta western I root arr amr of Hie nien who crr ct jntkllna (hear aallr stel T HOAIt I " drlfcr and piio. IWrl Rich tank ultl carry a wlUi a ni.tchlnn enn mntinte,! mer.vlnr.ly In th turret, which an lx tuniiil lo in any dlror-tl.Ble the gun a tanks. intp ln terror. i" hills, These file w hlppet Link Jittl "eat sticky nsuls anil 't-iirn-te.- lilih nmke lher mode of travel dWlcutt. will not hamper the niinr ri'iw, To tho Huns In the accompany IKK phototrraph the linrhllii- - sun roust have hicKel qiittn terrible. They sppfar u" crjlnc "Kame-MlLbui the Hlot lrKllllK (Hit of his turn prnbahly eotiW not h'v them hlle thi tank .v cllniMns the ra'her sdx-- hillock An automobile wlih ami aalespien will irarel with oacJi lank. Mooting will lm held almoit anywhere a crowd mlber to lns- -t the lank. Some of the tank speaker will b trterans of tie last drir uhlrh rornil the Teutons to ask an armistice. Spring elcAnSng Is nenr, in fad many people have already begun the work of cleaning house nnd adding new pieces of furniture, a a well ns rugs, linoleum, shades, mattings, wall paper, curtain poles, etc. Kitchen cabinets and other cue!) conveniences ftVe n great help and labor saver to the house-wifA new oil stove will eliminate the excessive heat created by a coal stove in summer. A good spring nnd mattress will afford a pood night's sleep to those who appreciate a comfortable rest after a hard days worlc. e. ilni fact Hint the ro:nl nl this win nliniKt ImpawMilile. no liiiiiiim lint hlcle nf llntlon for miles, nml no Mow then Imd-lh- l am ort In flu-lierentiire tlnwti minll, this wilderness In which to eisillnue her knlltineJ Tor Hilly isiuld si-- Unit The she was knltlllr.-- . Klennieil In the sunlight ns the Imli.t-ea muz. girl hummed sent ui In his little Hilly had his-enrhy the thief engineer nnd the way was irecnrlous. The Birl, niMiiE dnrk eji-- s from her knli'i.iis. remirdisl him loldly, then l her work. "I ilioiiRht," he blundered, "that you l assistance." mlglit brow. her pretty .I.e ralsiil "I nm coinforl nskul. WhjV aide here." Yi u re not lost tlieii?" Hilly QUe tl,n ... The till hiirtk her henil. "I know l. whire I urn." slio niiswereil Uu Ji . l liothaic to do. after ll.i.e Hi.,'. Inn to csnillUBe his way. but itmnKely builh to ittsrt. I.. .1 ... S . . j urn-)- ft Mm Making the Home Comfortable and Attractive is a dut. man or woman that every home-lovin- g should practice. If you have old furniture that docs not appeal to your taste, ou may exchange whatever you have, for new gootls with the above named firm. They have a specie 1 room in which to show used furniture of every kind, for sale at a reasonable price, which may enable you to purchase many articles as good as new at half the price. Their line is as their MOTTO: "EVERYTHING FOP. THE HOUSE", Victory Verifies o one but a hoarder or a r.i r mciih a he h:i rr.il.i The crodi lc moro lalnahl than Hie rash, then pit your m i to whal will bring ou rredli nnd do Victory Ifaind am the )ou rn-dleasiest ami tlir- safest to buy If )oii register Ihcm ihe am lh unkind of wntllli that )ou will 1' for showHix annini Ium ch Church and Loan Wage One Fight On Bolshevism "Therefore thine enemy ' ted, feed him; thlnt re doing thou him drink: tor in If hun-- what hail. Ill one it to niny- - " ci!r.e. to export th.it ' cli-- l nmilil be nt lier ri-s..... i uion Iho followtas itay. Hut i ii .n.rwhelmliw desire took ISlliy '!' he hief '., i ; me to go Hp top asalny lemid Hi srent man ns,. i .r.-rly- , t .il. so Hilly wtt. And i:p the initl his JA"" sBreh'iii; l,.-red blur e ... ills. ermil tl..rn that snniv siurlit si-iIm tamp simt l.. itly It) plrl, silll calmly sat heftd'n. imr her knltllinf and huisiiuiu wli t sevmeil to Hilly a most iviniro Miny mux eWrlBifer wakifnl Iwitirs ;iualt oer af.tlw it n: :V H.i-- h ...,. iinf' flu . i ii. of t'r.nn' Aj-- i y. ' nli. I s.ive but irn an.l nmni Hrcd llollon Hall. Author of "Thrift." N'ol "klnii ... he so shalt hejp coals of fire on his head. Oe net overcome of evil but If overcome evil with oooa." (Cpis. tie to the Romans, XII; M2.) will of "VIU iieare ami the world are In r.rae dan. per I'aralnn and bolshc' lsni hate formed a terrible coalition uf destrurtluii. This coallllnu ut hunger and hatred l.a only ono final purposr. The an-mlatlnn of lllN rty as wo know It. Is wicked Iklhcluiplot thnHunger Ishniln that tho horillntta the rid instrument of lu carrying out. Then- - things are alliil to tho attention of clergymen through-si- t thn eounto In tbo apiieabi which are going forth to them to makn Sunday. May 4. Victor) Isnn Sunday. Ivurope Is threatcni-with chaon. And If Huropo Is lhmitenel with chaos, America is threatened, too. v Humanity is one. livery lerK)man of whatever faith must keep firmly 111 mind this fact: lkdihevlsni alms at tho nnnihllation of religion, the i tlon of faith in owrj thing super-- I natural, tho Fupprilon of wor-- l ship ns a social rite, and the enthronement of atheism and . ill place of (!oil and Kvery lender of tstliherism I Is a frto thinker m6it of them am nioweil haters of !od all of them deslrn the overthrow ami demolition of all churches, creeds and faiths. Hunger Is tho one misery which can be depended on to hurl ' Iminbt ami fling flr brands nto the tinder of mpul.tr Isroranco and ill.'conlenL Hunger U tho thing which bnlshevlsm ilepends on tji make the chaotic masses "curso f!ol" and rev Ho the saving truths of tho tplrlt. Famine. and bodily exhaustion speedily make tho minds of men receptive to the poison of atheism and unfalth. Tim Victory Liberty Ixian Is the paramount instrumentality at thii tlmo or the ptvservatlon of American liberties, the sancprinciples, Iruman tities of reliclon, nnd tho worhlp of Almighty Cod. With theso facts In mind the I'nltol Department Treasury Stati-has thought It particularly urgent that the help of every clergyman bo enlisted for tho IMlli Iwn Drive which begins April 21 that the loan ho linked Into tho church services on Victory loan Sunday, May 4, - T ril Mr J. F. HOLTZCLAW & SON EMBROIDERED VOILE 10 TOUR FOR LOflfi OTTAWA MUSICIANS WHO FOUGHT AND PLAYCO OVhfiSCAS WILL APPCAR IN THIS DISTRICT. Musi" PUBL SALE As administratrix of the estate of MrsHen riclta Raney, I will on OF FINE ; If X:f'-- may soothe the maci' but this U not tlu brnml of harmony vnllnarlly Iila)o0 ly the Urrat War Wtfratu' Uiml of Otlavn, Can.i.U. uhlcli.ulll nUrt a lour of tho Iiurili npral Jlmcrio Dlblrirt br Klnnlni; April II In tho Intrnut of tlio Victory ln.m. Tho (Inat War Wtorani' lUml la cuinK)s-.- l of thirty of tho Cma.llana ho foiiRht In n.inum. r.irh of the-Kmusician U nhlo In "iloublo In ulrrl as will as bra, ancl orry one of thorn wears a wouuil strlpo tu "prove It, In ITanro thoy altij-n.iloluoil their band Instruments nml b.i)nnota and dnimme.1 tho Huns nut of many a Ironeh. Soveral aro tho proud s of olio or tnnrr hern inodals. I.lcutuiant T. W. Jainos, tho ImiuI liMilor, look (ho flrsf't'itnailan ann band to lYanco In 1914 and poryod uu 111 tho armlstlco was BlRtiod. In Franco he oreanlznl tho Ilrst llrU'ado ll.ind rver In (ho flild ulth snmo of tho mm Mhg nro atin wlUi hlni. A numbi r of his plajrs ar former ineinbrrs of tho f.inious Tenth which held the Huns at Vpros In April, 1315, when Iho Germans KiUEht ti) sweep through lo Calais. Boino of thn men In tho Croat War Veterans' Hand arw p'fmanenlly l a.4 a result of their wounds. Levity Wr Hample u shell maimed left hand s ono of tho musicians from tioldlDK his cornet, rn ho holds it to his nmuth by means of straps fastened iruund his nor. Tho nolo trombone, Jainos has p layer with Lleuienant llullcta and a Hun tmly ono lunc. sj i mini ii isi BBs bayonet tore away tho other lung, but i be la still a proficient musician and In Heboid Sir. Ilelnrldi von Schacferl Tfco kaiser old Hen used to prayfer guotl health. tin's been cureil and he asks rrouilnejit speakers and a battery To bo left at III disks 0( salosroru will accompany tho band Till he buys all tho Notes be can In Ita twin around Um dlstrtct. pay for. trwu-t- , L,...., ,..;J1 A Idou-- e l.li-l.- Unit - will look llko new after cmh lniiiulerhi, us lou;; n.i It .1.1.. ll'IIV Ullil l...... i IIUIIII-i.. ..r ,1 Hi Mil' ,111111- - ...il.. .....t Saturday, April 12th at two o'clock, sell the following personalty and household goods: One Cooking Stove; One Kitchen CabinetjJ One beautiful Dining Room set, consisting of tabic, six chairs and buffet; About 8 yards of Linoleum; One Velvet Rug, 9x12; One Matting Rug, 9x12; Window shades and curtains; One Rocking chair; One Cot; One Electric Iron; All Cooking Utensils, dishes and other things. Everything is practically new, having been used only two months. TERMS CASH. eiii- Willi iiiiin unit uiii-.ii- i lirolilery In hluo silk, l'or durability nml for daintiness nothlni; is tupcrlur to Nolle. f liliicillMieii OF FOULARD AND GEORGETTE Liberty Loan tWMku j (Syr Mrs. Edd Boss. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. riuured foulard tiuil lnln Keorpette noon fioeki Soliietline ti it uiiderklrt ol tlaln II!'. i v.-- . ii foiiiidntluii, us lu tho frocU plrtumt Lire. "1 wish," he said, "that you would fat. .fy my M ry natural, though may be. Impertinent curiosity. IIw do ou munate to oome hire? The road U closed save to employees and I Histlvely dnngernus. Then-I- s no other luthnnil Ihe woods, of course, would be iiit of the question. The girl looked frownlngly nt him. concern joiir-sel- f "Why you " she begun, then as suddenly liroKe off In a unlle. "Perhaps an brought me," she said. "At uhy rate. I did nut come here seeking 1 mi oii will eeusi came In the hope of beliij for a time, ulone." Imvnrilly fumHilly eretised her. ing he rode on his way without one backward glance. Hut the mocking words of the girl's low song follownl Mm. "You'll bo coming buck again to me. my diiirle," she sang, and In his raging heart Hilly knew- - that the song wns true. Ills great ntulcty was that lie might not find her there when lie mine. So. Hi next liny he did not risk iiHulth.g mi order from the ihlif: he hastineil 1.11 In his car. Hilly hod no Intention of speaklnx to th. s!rl. Kt 'ii the love which lud found him lu one Hashing glance could brook no Mlih et blent snub-bin- Mischievously he had laid n n!e her swenler and Hilly could not tell until i'l"M'.- - that the uo Win 11 the illscmery dime to there III in his heart heat maddeningly nnd the surprising girl raised her fuce la a frank smile. "tlnod morning," she greeted. "Morning." nnsweied Hilly, "where , Is jour airplane?" "Oh' that " murmured the girl, and laughing softly, "wns a foolish I ride up here cury morning In a tar like )ours, und um called for ut noon. I might have told you." she studied her knitting, "that I await my husband." "Your husbnnd !" muttered ltllly. He had neter thought of that. All the sunlight left the mountain ulr. It was queer, how- - quickly one could conni to think n lot of a girl I Hour Hilly gulped. "flood-by,he Mild. "tlood-by,the girl replied slowly. Onward rode Illlly. Hut his mournful meditation was interrupted by a Ixuiklng back, he piercing scream. saw the girl perched high on u bit of broken fence by the roadway. Vh. leiillv she beckoned hlni. Hilly, leji-- , Ing from his enr, ran tu her. "(Mil" shu gasped, "a suuku! A bit snake there by tho wood!" Hilly could not see the snake, but he Chught tho girl lu his anus und ran with her toward his cur. Safely en sconced on tho seat shu sighed In relief. "I'rlc mo down to father's shack, please," she requested, "rather Is chief engineer. It Is he for whom I unit every day," "You told me," raid the bewildered Hilly, "that you awaited your husband." The chiefs daughter smiled. "You looked so flirtatious I hail to tell you something." she said, "and niiiuiiy, most girls do nwalt a husband, jnu know," ll.i n Hilly grinned rapturously late the tullelcfs ryei upraised to hli. soiiii. "YiiU'Il He ('oiiilnR 15.it n to Me. My lielilier.itely Hill stopped his car. If 6 of The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 10 1919. DDE flElE5 You'll Pick a Winner When you choose our immense stock HARDWARE, KITCHEN WARE, FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. Let us promise you quick service and satisfaction and then Give us a chance to keep our Promise. Conn Brothers. rlE 11 "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." AND plenty of cash, but he is a trillo The Central Record shy on chow. The ruble has Year. $1.50 I.iufd Weekly. depreciated il.'i per cent in the Payable in Advance. interior of the country, and J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. farmer would rather eat his U. L .ELKI.V, Local Kilitor am! Mgr. produce or feed it to his live stock than exchange it for cur Entered at the Tost Office in Lan- rency that will not buy any. Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s thing. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Matter. They have been at it for Member Kentucky Tress Association year and a half now, and the and above conditions, described by bertii Creek Ilaptiat church and her Eighth District Publishers League. Socialist the unprejudiced Burdcttc. devotions to the promotion of Ihh Kautsky who has nothing to The remains of Mr. Nelson church wrre very beautiful. Ratei For Political Announcements. gam by exaggeration, are the were brought here from Service be conducted at her bombardments at Verdun hov- Orchard yesterday and interredCral. late home will Campbell For Precinct ami City Officcs..$S.OO result. in on Street, toLIBERTY LOANS AND ered above the French troops the Lancaster cemetery. He died morrow afternoon at 2:30 n'ckwk 10.00 For County Offices.. And yet there are cranks CONSERVATISM and sang cheerfully. The birds Tuesday morning nt the home of Mr. after which the burial will take pl.ue For State and District Offices. .15.00 who want to try it in America. .10 The events of the last four seemed to become accustomed Itufas Mmi, where he livttl, his death m the I.hiicsinter ccmitery about For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line later years have shaken the founda to the sound of heavy artillery Mni; due to pneumonia contracted For nil publications in the intcr- AND EIGHT CAME BACK. tion of social structures. So and to pay it little attention. about two weeks ago. 1x20 oval convex frame. Three He is survived by two brother. est of individuals or expresDifferent birds called to give Talor llurdette .if Danville. Ky ami wns. The original Princess Pats say the lecturers. J. T. Holtzelau- iiml Sou. sion of individual views, per They are right, in the main warning of the approach of Charles llurdette of Ilrokcn Arrow. 10 are back. line Eight of them. PIXASr! DON'T I.KT MK PALL .03 Obituaries, per line They evidently Okla. This Canadian regiment was Hut the final result may be in airplanes. Call 200 and let me hang your iwper, He was never married ami was heard the sounds of the planes will go anywhere. Satisfaction guarnamed after Princess Patricia creased stability. one of the but mechanics in The Liberty loans have made before human ears could dis- the Cen. W. I.eavell. of Connaught, who has just as Ky., April 10, 1919 state. He worked for several' anteed. Lancaster, good a claim as any other prin- bondholders of nearly every tinguish them. y.ar with Mr. V. J. Ilor.ians of this Our philosopher y: The farmer Storks became interested in city. cess to be godmother to a regi body. So much money has ouu'ht to remember that S'nihine:toii. I ('In.. I.., ...I ,1... f,. invested that industrial the airplanes and would some t..ir..r.n nn.l THE FINANCE OF ment. A regiment is judged been spoke of themsclve in farmer. Brummett. THE SOVIET, more by its record than its corporations in need of money times aiigni on the machines With Henry pord making n cheapregiment have been compelled to issue that were coming down from a name. And this Mm. Margaret Ilrummett ,:ijted 113 There is a tempation to use dc llight. bonds in. hundred-dolla- r years, died at her home here thin er car there will be no safety fr needs no alibis. baby-tal- k in contradicting I'aby The birds which so bravely morning at four o'clock, of Nriirhl' pedestrian unleM they learn to lly, bight ol the original mem nominations. per bonds at of a certain propagandists cent have endured the terrors of war will DieiiM, after an illnew of four nay the Plutabctliloun New. six and seven type. Even in words of one bers are left. When England been oll'ered by automobile and probably be delighted to have month. Our philosopher toy: It teem to Kvery care that a devoted husband syllable there is little hope of went to war she had no army, packing concerns and utilities their homes in peace again. me the farmer is carryin' hi chin could give. wn showered Uwn thi higher than he utiil to now" conveying a meaning that will and the Germans were advan of various kinds. And small gcoil woman, witn 'he hope of bring-- ' iHime cing on the Channel ports. A he' helped win the war. be understood. investors are grabbing all they When a smart man does not ing her back to her normal good that truths that should need no ex few I'ritish enthusiasts went to can. Watch them line up succeed it is because he lacks n ami, nut wnnout avail, wv- I I LJ 1 VMU pression at all will hardly conv stop them also some Canst when new issues go on sale courage or cleverness. Many eral week she had been in Kichmond dians, including the Princess under the care of skilled physician!, (Kditor of the Kentucky Oil Journal of mend themselves through the - men invent things Tinkers, tailors and truckof parawas brought home l.ut made score of hi medium of any kind of lan Pats; but there were more than drivers are gradually becoming mount good only to be outwit and unconscious condition, Sunday In I.oumtille, hn $1110 an in which render from tn $S00 on "inide eight of them then. guage to those who have not mortgages of the big cor ted by some other who has the state she remained until her death tip" on oil am! mining stock tells the In the Ypres region, along porations. Iiillion-dolla- r yet recognized their obvious what is good bu mid what is bad-f- ree debts capital and the brains to get it this morning. the Messines ridge, back and are held by millions of brick i way from the originator. She is survived by her husband, to hi subscribers only. Stiinplo ness. Mr. 0. T. Ilrummett and leave no copy free Map of Kentucky oil field Here is one. 'A dollar is of forth through villages that layers, carpenters and plaster There should be a patent for children. Two sisters, Mrs. W. M. 10 inches- - wash drawing and no value except by virtue of were tagged with numerals to era. And it is perfectly safe Originality a method of pro- Malum of this city, and Mr. Sarah a benuty -- free to agent who wilt the government's guarantee be identify them as outposts that money. tecting the less moneyed brain Stout, of Ilowlanil, one brother, .Mr. take subscriptions for me among their hind it. Make that guarantee must be held or taken, the hell Here is the strongest bill from the clutches of the silver- - Prank Holtzrlaw of this county, and friends The Journal is HI page, nped father, Mr Prank Holtz- - ustrated now $2 per lear soon untrustworthy, and the dollar ish carnival raged. And eight wark against bolshevism. The domed capitalist who always claw also survive. S3. InUr-is useless. No one will accept returned to tell of it. masses will hardly want to keeps open port for the until She wns n member of tin new inn. LOUISVILLH. KY. The blood of those who died wreck industrial enterprises of ing labors of other beings. it in exchange for goods. You is on the heads of I'ritish poli which they are themselves the You can't eat a dollar. can't make a shirt of it. You ticians who for ten years pre- creditors. Pre-EastDisplay. can't put it into your victrola ceding the war resisted every oirort made to put England inplay a tune. and make it A writer in a London maga I will have n special display of Put a dollar between two to a state of defense. Such zinu tells us that at lirst the K.ister Millinery next Tuesday Apnl slices of bread and masticate politicians atone by proxy for birds of France and I'elgium 13th, continuing thruout the week. Mr. Itclla Arnold Prancls, n it. It makes a poor substitute their sins. The bill is paid by were by the war, for n ham sandwich costing one a younger generation in the Six or seven months after the More Relief Needed. bloody days that follow. tenth of that sum. war began an unusual number Chairman A. D. Joseph tells us the And yet the soviet governWe have such politicians of birds were observed in Eng people of the county nre not respond"BILLIE BURKE" ment of Russia has been print- not a single German lighting land of species which at the ing to the aid of the Syrian and Ar ing paper money at the rate of plane was shot down by an same time had become very menian Kelief fund and that only IN $1,1110 has been subscribed, while the 200,000 rubles a day for some American machine. Not one. scarce in r ranee. county Is apportioned 81,025. Iloyle comic reason not yet revealed. The record of American Hut after a few months the doubled It advanced 90,000,000,000 aviators is the admiration of birds, just as .soldiers do, county hasraised over her apportion$1,000. "MYSTERIOUS MISS TERRY" ment and rubles to the I'utiloff works, England and France. Hut they adapted themselves to the con one of Russia's greatest factor- scored their triumphs in for- dition of war. They came Fiscal Court Fixes Levy. This is one of the Paramount Art Crafts and ies, where 00,000,000 rubles eign machines. near to the armies with the At the. April term of tho fiarrard were spent in wages in a period Fortunately we had the al greatest confidence. Ground county Fiscal court last week, the a wonderful picturization, to be seen at Roman's during which the total output lies with us. Rut thousands of birds made their nests and rear county levy for the year 191!) was was valued at less than a quar- Americans would bo alive to- ed their young in thistle patch- fixed at !i0 cents tho fame as the year before. Tin levy f apportioned as Opera House each Tuesday, also Fatty Arbuckle ter of that amount. Paper rub- day if our armies had been es in cents goes to the follows: Twenty-fiv- e les lie around everywhere like screened by those clouds of The trenches became over Itoail fund; 8 cent to tho salaries of in discarded street car transfers areoplanes that we talked run with rats and mice, and the officials; 2 cents to pay the but no pies are being baked, about but did not build. Are consequently owls and kestrels Interest on tho bonded indebtedness: "HIS WEDDING NIGHT" cents toward the turnpike no shoes are being made, no we to repeat this policy of pro- (a species of hawk) made 1 talking machine records, no crastination, to pay for it later their appearance and hunted bonds; 2 cents for tho court hoube You Will Enjoy Every Minute of this Show. to the general movie films, no chewing gum or with the blood of those who fearlessly in the trenches them bonds and 11 eents Walker wni refund. Dr. I'rintus candy. Only money. are now children in the village selves. And the kestrels some- elected County Live Stock Inspector Many a bum in Russia has schools? times built their nests in the at a salary of $160. u year. MATINEE SATURDAY APRIL 12th. HOW THE CANNERIES HAVE CANNED. When with our entry into the war the government called for, more canned foods, how did the country respond? Our farmers, always patriotic, raised more vegetables than ever, and the canning plants took care of them. They formed the link between the pro duction of the farmer and the needs of the government. The amounts which required for the army were stated in terms of millions of cans. For instance, the 1018 tomato pack was ISO million cans, of which the government took 15 per cent. In order to produce this quantity the canning plants put in many improvements which conserved labor and increased output. And when the harvesting of the tomatoes outrun the farmers' possibilities, in many localities townspeople turned in and helped save the crop. Wisconsin is the region for peas, and produced the greater part of the 1018 pack of 'JSS million cans, of which the government took 2ri per cent. The amount of corn canned was nearly the same, and the government took a like portion. Canned baked beans and canned fruit were produced in quantities and the fish canner ies ran day and night. Farmers and canners must work equally hard this year, for after the army is demobil i.ed the starving nations of tecting the less mouied brain Europe will require all that we barbed wire entanglements. can spare for them. A lark in one of the severest LVzlsh dc TlTisevasin Ccrwpavrj Invite You TO THEIR SPECIAL I5 EASTER SHOWING of NEW SUITS, NEW CAPES, NEW DRESSES, NEW WAISTS, NEW OXFORDS, PUMPS AND COLONIALS EASTER MILLINERY Welsh & Wiseman Ilur-delt- o Co 1 d Self-evide- nt ri 'rris 1111 ttl-US er ROVlfliNS OP&Rfl HOUSE TUESDAY, APRIL 15th.. panic-stricke- 2 2 . THIRTIETH YEAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 10. 1919. NUMBER 2. Tailored Suits, Dresses, Capes Coats and Shirt Waists. Many Hundred of Garments to Select Prom. OUR BUYER HAS JUST RETURNED FROM A SECOND TRIP TO NEW YORK, MADE NECESSARY BY THE VERY UNUSUALLY HEAVY BUSINESS IN MARCH. MANY OF THESE LAST PURCHASES ARE ALREADY IN STOCK E AND MORE WILL BE COMING IN EVERY DAY. WE SUGGEST THAT YOU BEGIN LOOKING AT ONCE AND UNTIL YOU SEE WHAT YOU WANT. YOUR SPECIAL GARMENT MAY COME IN ANY DAY. CON-TINU- TAILORED SUITS Tilts is :i Exclusive Lines. For several Exclusive Lines. "MAC CALLUM HOSE" The most celebrated line of Pure Silk, Full Fashioned Hosiery in the world. No sewed scams. Full line of Black, White and Colors at $2. wonderful Suit Season. .seasons suits have been quiet, and now everybody wants suits. We have in stock over tun hundred at every price from $25 to $73. I!ig stock of Navy Hlue as well as other colors and mixtures. We are the only store in this section where you can by WOOl.TKX SUITS. The New Silk Suits are beginning to arrive. "JACK TAR TOGS" We firmly believe the Jack Tar Middy to and prices are just as low as others that have neither the quality nor style. We show many new styles in White, Hlue and Tan from $1.50 to $!1.50. All colors guaranteed fast. Jack Tar Dresses for Children from (! to M years, anil Misses from M to 20 years all beautifully made and designed. be the best made DRESSES Talfeta Dresses, 1'liiiu Georgette, Beiulml and Printed Georgettes, Crepe Meteors and Foulards in styles for Street, Afternoon and Evening Wear. , Special line at $1!.75 and on up to $03.00. Henutiful assortment of Dance and Evening Graduation Diesses from $15 to $10. Georgette Di esses in Crepe de Chene and from $l'J.7.r to $113. "MUNSINGWEAR" Union Suits of every shape to please all notions, for women and children. Give absolute satisfaction to millions of Americans, most particularly women. 'MISS SARATOGA" Middy Suits for .Misses from 12 to 20 years, in Hose, White and Navy. "GOSSARD CORSETS" The Original Front Lacing Corset and the best. We carry styles and qualities to suit all figures, and lit them so they will be right and stay right. "NU-STILE- " WRAPS An immense line of ('apes and Dolmans in Navy Hlue and all colors from $10. to $50.00. Coats in many styles of Serges. Tweeds, Poplins, etc., from $15 to $00.00 We arc Sole Agents for the celebrated WOOI.TEX Coats and Capes none better made on earth. "DIX-MAK- Dresses for Children from 8 to 14 years at A big maker in New York has concentrated his efforts entirely upon making a line of children's Wash Dresses to sell at $2.00. New lots of these come every two weeks, and the values are wonderful and styles all $2. "WARNER'S CORSETS" The celebrated line of Rust selling at $1.50, $2.00 and up REDFERN Corsets selling from best back lacing line of Corsets Proof Corsets to $4.00, and $4.00 up. The made. "snappy". E" WAISTS New York, waists have been very hard to get. but by hard work in New York our buyer secured a fine line of Georgettes, Crepes and Wash Silk Waists at all prices from $:i.75 to $15.00. More than two hundred to show and all good. On account of the "GEORGETTE VOILES" Or Voile de Trianon a most wonderful printed Voile, so crip and fine and such exquisite colors and designs that you can hardly distinguish from Silk Georgettes, costing many times More. Be sure to see these. strike in The most celebrated line of Ladies' House Dresses in this country. Colors all fast, beautiful workmanship, perfect fitting and line designs. Dresses that give absolute satisfaction to the best trade. "WIRTHMOR" CHILDREN'S CAPES An immense demand, as every child wants FANCY HOSE We offer about 75 pair of Pure Silk Hose, beautifully embroidered, at $1.50. These are samples and worth in market today $2.50. No more after these are sold. the same grown folks are wearing. We show a great line for all sizes from G to 17 years at all prices from $0.50 to $15.00. Waists at $1.50. A whole big factory conon the idea of putting out the best possible White Wash Shirt Waists at $1.50. Fit as well as the very highest price waists. New styles on sale every week. centrated A. B. ROBERTSON DANVILLE, HKYANTSVILLE Mr. nnil Mrs. Danville visitors Itcv. (it'o. S. more on business & BRO. MMMMHMMMMMM U o'clock at Mrs. Belle Tomlinson's with Mesdanies Urudley Cunningham, K. T. Hurgess nnd J. S. Skinner as hostesses. All members ure urged to be present nnd bring ii new member. KENTUCKY. afternoon nt tucky Jack Stock Breeders' Association cooperating with the Fair Hoard. At n meeting of the jack breeders early in the spring $175 was raised jand the. Fair Uoard was asked to do I , i J. C. Williams were Friday. Cuniint was in WIN Saturday. Mrs. 11. C. Hose visited her sister, Mrs. W. Itoss llastln t Lancaster last week. Miss Christina Swope entertained u number of her little friends at dinner, Sunday. Messrs Silas and Georgo Koblnson of Missouri are visitintr relatives and friends here. Mr. urn! Mrs. J. V. llrjant spent here. The new Tennis Court nt the school building is being enJocd by the Monday with Dr. and Mrs. II. II. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Swope, Mr. nnd Montgomery nt I'uint I.ick. .Mrs. W. K. Davis and little son, New"younger set". ton und Miss Funny Dowden were In Mr, and Mrs. It. 1'. Urown spent the Miss Amy Dawes spent the week- Lexington, Saturday. week end with Dr. and Mrs. E. J. end in Georgetown ns the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. J, Hogun llallurd and Urown nt Stanford. MUs Annie Stewart Thacker. Miss Zilluh Dawes were in Lexington A new !) pound "preacher" arrived Mr. I'at Kincalde and son, Uurnie, Tuesday evening to hear "The Symat the home of Itev. and Mrs. (leo. S. visited Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy phony Orchestra." Conant March 24th. last week enroute to Hnrrodsburg. Itcv. J. D. Carter D. D., wilt begin Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Boner of Nlchol. Miss Louise Tucker of Louisville is u series of revival meetings Sunday Mr. and the guest of Mrs. II. A. Dawes. She is April 13th in the Methodist church. asville spent Sunday with Mrs. C. C. Decker. u returned missionary from China. Dr. Curtcr is one of the general Major J. J. I'hlllips left last week vungelists of the M. K. church, south, Cow Pa and toy baas also in. for his home In Fresno California, and is an excellent speaker. ocuUtor for sans. The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday Hudson, Hufhfs and Farnau. after a visit with friends and relatives Jacks Get A Boost. Six new rings will be udded to the regular rings for Jacks and jennets at the 1910 Kentucky State Fair. In the past the regular premiums for jack stock have totaled $580, but with Fin lot ot Yellow Dent these new rings the prizes will corni corn. amount to $930. This boost In prize Whit Hudson, Hughas and Farnau. money was accomplished by the Ken- the same. This amount of prize money should make it attractive for the breeders of good Jacks and Jennets in every nook and corner of the State. As the country is demanding good mules and paying splendid prices for them, tho breeders have a rare opportunity to boost the breed at the next State Fair. sd Sd t The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. WAR OF 1812. h ir Au 10. 1919. stvv.t-.v- . Relieve Your Rheumatism For 25c. NR Today f liti nan the tltppnim fnoil, tho mrnrtlon rf nmirirhnvtt I rem it ami tho elimination of tl.o NR docs it by improving digestion, assimilation and elimination the logical way. Roster of Heroes Taken From "The Song Of Lancaster". Some Interesting Data. Kor thojo who font no on to the (5rcnt War thore may bo tonic pnlli- tlon of rt'Rrct to look bnckunril nml who iliil his "lilt ns n find nn nnci-stc- r I citizen of (inrrnnl for the Hepublic In nn earlier war The War of 18I- -. I The follow InK roster is from the book "The Sour of Lancaster", by the Into .Mrs. Kueenla 1). 1'ottJ, whose love for her oM home town is lnstincly cmboil ieil in this metrical history of Lan caster. WAR OF 1812. List of privates in Captain John Faulkner's command of mounted vol unteer militia, in Aupust 1813. James Ashley, J. S. Anderson, William Htedsoc, John Hall. Jerry Unlock, J. S. liall. Henry Hakcr, Aleck Iioyle, Thomas Clarke, ilnrtin Ilaker, Relief or No Pay poNmi ! allowed to rerliPiirnailc nt. Jn in tho IkvJj. tho Thin'r of thl. It explain - of Natrrc remedy (Nit Tnt cttnli-ttt w mtny cnn other p'i 'lc ioi l. e f..llcil. T'. 'J. -- nU n ujlrt N- TnUcH even luv ami pet- wny luv ive or ten tint riur. in',i unernoin ltni'S ai or Natvre'a thfnr? A S'o i remedy (All TaMttsn i on p cr. '.nTi to Mt twenty-helv L nt you, mutt w C? fl. i? s. WrV a nr.it catI tJrr rromrt rtl.tf coet ou Unci.: er ruf r.axr. I.rt onyttilne Interfere villi Uitictn And was nctor in a drama. As romantic ns 'twns gloomy, Mr. Cllley from New England Challenged Webb to mortal combat, Webb, the editor, to fight Mm, To atone for printed libel. Webb declined the doubtful honor Of becoming human target And on Mr. Graves, his second, Fell the duty cf the duel. His nntngnnist a marksman, Of accomplished skill and practice, Yielding up the choice of weapons. Whether putoL dirk or sabre, Graes, o novice In the science Promptly risked his change for living On the tried Kentucky rifle H. A. Wise of old Virginia, Was the other chosen second Formed a member of tho party Met at dawn in mortal combat. Cillcy fell nt Graves' first fire. The old rille did Its duty; And the fcllmv-mn- n lay rendering, I'p the pennlty of rashness George D. Prentice, of the "Journal" Louisville editor nml punster. Called the tragical encounter Very GRAVE, unWISEnnd CILLEV. Atl the city oh tile hillside Was in sympathy united. And extended cordial welcome To her wandering son and hero, When he came among her people, Eighteen hundred nine and thirty, At the Mason House a dinner. Was prepared to do him honor. All his comrades will remember, How they met to do him homage. In eighteen hundred forty seven. When the soldiers of the city. Came from Mexico in safety, Came among us with rejoicing, A grand barbecue was given. In the wood of Gabrial Salter, Mr. Graves, the chosen speaker. On the glorious occasion" SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF Tor yrsts not ti SIPIMt. II i.rlr' I ri r m limn nll withsiiin.i attack. ..i Kiiinrr. ik.i. I 'f,M,-t.iiiiiis tirlnflli . ,rs nml stiiteil wllti the iui'1 A i w,m iMKans tin,! to Lull,! up urel rrli,r, w hiMlth orirnn weakend by Jl-- .' ! nipih must lutpcr ini iniit watrliMl, lcau-- f thy nlier n,i purify tlti, lilnol. un'rss triy do their work j on an- doom. it WVrtrlnisis, ale.plrn.iis. n.rvnusnes. ilrsiM.ii l.ney. bsckti .., stotn ih Ireu-til.- , pallia III thr 1, Hill nlt.l !' v vlim ur In r dmnrn, irrsiM. ttlfli. ,r. In.' . it Inc. rhrunt .ism, 11 wnrn y, .u ,if tr h llOl.ll linil.V, lli.lrlrlii nil i.i- Oil hnw pimIi v..vsslw 11,1 ,rr J tf Ut thrm Lo lr.tcrr cr.rr.rii on, at.u ttcktKJ tit romo Ktnu lutions. j'oor nurcBimn ma r.33ir..w ftj y li rr n w i.n x.i.:u.o ir tie ' a cif t t f"U n.T'hrao-'.- t from foot .t WS fc nut th t in Mm i.ftcn mr- - a 1- "U .J. iKMfWied ,U5rAyf . rn"nl.i, tie. roor elimination nn npciirti' itirn rf ratio In not only : 1 Nature's rtemedv v.Meli itVroiifl the Kii1", I'tifM t r tho r !ltf of rheumatism. It lm-lr of r irrlltj", tleerriros tie r s ill"- tlon. tone the liver, reft nriil flftrfnci to tl,'c', i . t tI.o n " i, im t't-- i H'r.iy nM pn t a the Moti I nnd clews tho dctlof mcnt of ninny .rl ua ittj. ftholu py tim. Imt'H foci I! o n new niiotimitlfm. Vie to rnn inrrrr-rnc- e person hcn oi'o tnLcn Nit TaMeU tho privets of rtlmtnim.n. a vt!:. Yo'i've trinl the etpnlvo failure to ret NJ of certain Ul laed.'-lnr- s nn I doctors, row rnike the cninot be cxpertr! to ji IJ trtrYou'll tt U tim. to n:y mrdiclno that fit to c ivct In Niturea Rerredyr.nd SIX Tntletm by t;:a c i lltion respontllde fo? it CouM oM, pun rni teed iccnimctMUd prron etie"t to r t irv If cf rheumatia pal.i t lai : M:r.F rilei nre lhi r" ,ls- reu hn.! Trtki r Tlir hrallix llir't itr fniir r,,ry ,,il sr,il.s ,nia In,, r. u mil ltii.rf nl lhI. ,. iitf, s HIV Hi", , .1 llif ;,.tj.tns. N, It 'lie I Ul'i nH till' ir fm!iwr Whi Ihii i.iir ttcrMal ...i,t Sltllr,! cnntlllUr Irr.lll. tl for It t. It'll Uci-In Jti.lrrrlf ll. it .I.M, n .,.) ..tf. nf uit rMtiirnlin'lf ti,i,tttliiH",.i i INin't Willi nf itr fi I'nr. v.il 'nmnif IP'I.H .M'il'M, ll,.. irm I'll t'ii."T. . lifUv Vrtilr Ir - 'n'tti. i r'till rrfii't.l m,iil.,l) will rrlir,n,'l riil'tMr.l 'til. If rrultt Hill l.r nirr l, m t t'tr nrlirhi il ltnp,tl. ... f ill. !,l tut,, In ii I'l'Mt Ml'uM. i",' J...1,, f.c si r,i l nr. AI all il'Uir rl, rr ,1 , i ,' ,l ft. trivnM. lmrmiKTly ir k r"ur Family Verbs. S'peakliig of mid irbs. It lias been the usfoiu for jinrs In a tirlaln 1hi1,.ii family In my when the weather lias fli'iircd, "It has iilriiiid up." The tiller day, one nf tlirm was run liinnl to say, "It has nlcctied up nicely." Boston Transcript. Time Is Money There. According tn n Purls mnthiimtlclan the niln tlnn nf Greenwich lime us I for rranii' lnrniietl the llchtlng expiiiM' of etiry Preiuh liousi liold nlmut 1 per cent. Quite Simple Remedy. .Men who are tuinpill 'il In work nt nUht fritiieiitly nre Iminl tn complain that tliey nn- - itimt.lt- - In liei In the tlntiine. We lnue suffertsl from that nill'tiltm wlille Hurkiiig on it utnrn. We know nf but one Iiil.- sure cure, 'Hint I In get n Job work-Ia il:t. The tie-Itit sleep In the tin ' t t.ii then I'lsnuies ns natural us K.in-.- i t'lly Slur. lin .Inn,' Samuel GUI. Francis Punknrd James Comely, William, Hughes. Isaac Holmes, John Frame, Jas Denny Moses Hubbard, Henry Hews, Samuel Hubbard, Kihvard Holmes, James Hogan, Samuel Kennedy, J. L. Harris, John Kincaid, Phillip Hogan, James Mcrshon, Samuel Jaskman, Moses Moore, 1Z 1 John Hedrick, William Nicholson, Stephen Letcher, Posey Trice, Holand Letcher, William Poe. Thomas Langford, Knnis Quinn, U-le- n Edward Lethal, Andrew lteid. John Letcher, Jacob Uobinson, Luther Mayfield, William Ward, Rich, Nutty Flavor, common only to has that Sweet, M. McConncll, C. S. Smith. In behalf of Graves it may be add James Shackelford, James McCIarvin, ed, an investigation of the duel Pure, Clean, Sweet, Sound Garrard County Wheat, and Nelson, Smith, William Itobert the causes leading to it completely ex without Bleach or Blend. L'bjwortli Owsley, Zachariah Smith honernted the Kentucky congressman G. Oatman, Ozias Williams, and the blame was laid to a lark of The Federal Government has spent thousands Henry Williams, John Preston, fronkniiw on the part of Henry Clay, Humphrey Sutton, John Pollard, the episode leading to such moral to prove Kleachcd and Blended Flour was to some Hugh M. Hose, Jas. Wcldon, protest that it is said to hae cost the acJohn Wooley. Great Pacificator the Presidency J. N. Schuyler, extent unwholesome. The GLEN LILY way is John Simpson, J. S. Kusjoll. cepted by all authority on wholesomeness. Isaac Pickleheimer. Worth It. Tommy (laid up fnun enflng loc OFFICERS. best why not use it? It costs no more than the much dlr.nir) "I feel awfully -- Irk Stephen Richardson. Lieutenant, mn. but It was worth It." rM(n Isaac Renfro, Kn.ign, Samuel Smith, William Dunkard, Transcript, U M. McQuea, William Poor, Sergeants. Antiquity of the Jews. J. Nicholson, D. Perkins, B. F. Armenian unil Georirlon historians Smith, William Truelove, Corporal. nf southern Russia rerun! 31 DC 1 that llio Lit of privates in Capt. William Jfv hni rettletl unions them In remote Woods' Company of Kentucky mount nntlipilty. The have evlilcnce to ed volunteer militia. Dangtroui Pract'cc. pn,f that the l,l'lrer. nf Israel hail Is Little Willie would bate to see hit David Illankenship, John Williams, llveil rniinil the I!'.,' m.iI t'asplun mother have In tnl:e In vaMilng Joseph Sprowl, Joshua Martin, Jnmes reuh prior to tin mhm t mi of the 7 V but there I no ti lllng what hi-- r faculty Williams, Sr., Charles Reynolds, Alex first tuiifi i' 'r. ding In .. Tyre, bur-i- s n Mules mill for religiously taking In hl ears eerj e"i "Heine a doctor, and sulTerinR for time she washes his face may lead to. ander Sprowl, John Ellis, Henry nnd nth. r I'b .. n . m c.i'. . Smith, Edward Nichols, Joseph Coffee many years with stomach trouble, 1 John Northcott, Willianj Progf, C. S. feel I cannot do justice in so great a Mayr's HOW CAN YOU TELL YOUR Fointer, William Irvin, James Trotpublic benefactor in writing. ter, Moses Embry, James Williams, Wonderful Remedy is everything you John McDowell, James Conner, R. L. FAVORITE TOBACCO? have claimed for itr I can now cat Pearl, William Thresher, D. L. Myers, and relish victuals I have not dared 'John Irvln, William Campbell, Coge ., to eat in many years. Am feeling AS Plain aS the ROSS CI1 TOUr Grimsley, Nicholas Owens, James like newly born." It is a simple, Russell, Beverley Clayton, John Davis. Face Just Smell it harmless preparation that removes R. L. Matthews, Joseph Conner, Robthe catarrhal mucus from the intes tinal tract and allays the inflamimv Smokers do not have i put t bacco ert Appelby, Joshua Grider, William tion which causes practically all stonv in their pipes to find o::t if f hev like it. Stockton, Jolinathan Taylor, John 1912. Calhoun, Charles H. Flower. ach, liver and intestinal ailments, in- They can just rui the toha, "'U-tueethe palms of their hanc!s end smell it. Orficrrt. Of T'te Central Kec.r l, published cluding appendicitis. One dose will The nose is an infallible guiJe to smokBrown, Arthur Progg, weekly at Lancaster Ky, for April Thomes convince or money refunded. R. E. ing enjoyment. All smoking tobaccos rr'.loy some Lieutenants, 1911). McROBERTS, and Druggists everyflavoring "to improvu m flavour and Edward Beck, Ensign, Stcte of Kentucky, where. burning qualitits of the i ws", to .1. N. Smith, W. Tnlbott, Samuel County-o- f Garrard, quote the Ei:ry Iopa'dia Britannlca. Scutt, S. Lung, Sergeants. Naturally, there Is considerable differBefure me, a Notary Public in and Chlntse Supcrfltloa. Joseph Brady, James Uickey, J. S. for the State an I county aforesaid, Kuperstltlmi N rampant in China ence in the kind of flavoring! uxed, and thu difference. Brunt, C. S. Silvers, Corporals. personally appeared R. I-- Elkin, who, and when Chen Vlng Vn, a trailer In IUaLIJO Tobacco ues the purest, Mrs. Potts' lines proceed: having been duly sworn according to Straits Settlements, after his return to most wholesome, and delicious of all ICaping, hN nun tlllibf. proposed to ilayonngs chocolate. And th.law, depose ami says that he is the almost "Other soldiers went from Garrard, open the laniN along IYI Nko moun- universal liking for chocolate in a gnat Other citizens enlisted, Publisher of the Central Record, and measure explains the widespread Poputain n a Held fur grazing, hi niggei-Uo- n Of whoso names no record lingers, that the following Is, to the best of could hardly lie carried nut in larity of TUXEDO Tobacco. this knowledge and belief, a true state Carefully aged, old Burley tobacco, Save the register of mem'ry, his villager bitterly prntered against General William Jennings figured ment of the ownership management I,uro the project en milium nf Ihelr belief tt'tvE.rV'.' o a chocolate, gives , In pti-- o .v....uw loua-cthe battle on the Rainin; (nnd if a daily paper the circulation). In Tuns Wul," a superstition n'ntlng jour niisu can quicKiy y h from I An, I th.. .nl.li.r I!nl,rt VlLl.i etc., of thu aforesaid publication for! to the locution! of pliicei. other tobacco. T- J tee. ii Buford, Am our the date shown in the above caption, ' ; Are among the names familiar. required by the Act of August -- i, To the veterans of the city. 1312, embodied in section 411, PosMichael Salter, was Drum-Majtal Laws and Regulations, printed on In the country's earliest struggle; the reverse of this form, to wit: ' 1. That the names and addresses Wai our one surviving scion ' Of the famous Revolutionion, of the publisher, editor, managing When their knell of death was sound'd editor, and business managers arc: When they one by one went from us. Publisher, U. L. Elkin, They were buried with the honors, Ky. Of tho military calling: Editor, J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, " They were followed to their resting Ky. By the requiem fife of wailing Mnnnging Editor, R. U Elkin, LanBy the muffled drum of sorrow. caster, Kentucky. By the solemn tramp of mourners. Buslneos Manager, R. L. Elkin, By thu funeral march of soldiers. Lancaster, Kentucky. We are rearing brilliant guide-post- s, 2. That the owners nre: (Give I To tho bravo men of this era: names and addresses of individual Wc nro pointing to their nctions. owners, or, if a corporation, give its With Indellible mementos name and the names nnd addresses of i I Thus may generations rescue, stockholders owning or holding 1 per Sleeping heroes from oblivion. cent or more of the total amount of R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. liufns Carpenter, IL Curtis Pir. In a rim, if n tub be provided, tl, y will eiigirly make u f Its fituntie fur nblulliin. They nre flft rule swlminers, nml In former ila 11 was riikiineil nt Slncnnre Hist IheJ "nto a Chinaman n nl.ht." rwiiiiniliic frnm the liiallibind tn git him ncri' Tljers Like Water. Tigers are exlremily fmid nf Imth c Lily COMPANY Taint-Witho- ut Mystery GARRARD MILLING c A Public Says Chemist Benefactor. Buy paint that you know is gooJ paint that there's no mystery about. On tho back of every can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'!l find the exact formula of its contents. Thus ycu take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its ingredients. Hanna'o Green Seal is the good-wearing, good-lookin- g STATEMENT expert painters prefer. paint that Try it. Of the Ownership, Man agement, Circulation, Etc., Required by the Act of Congress Of August, 24, Sold by CONN BROS, Lancaster, Ky. i Positive Insult. "Hero lake Ibis bock tn the kltih I tn'" snnrlisl the cmiKlij Imnnlir.a "What iln nil menu, bringing me piece of lli rJ Why, It's nut' Kansas tit et n lo set before a king!" City Star. Drijhtenlng the Carpet. and wirm wnltr ii'isl w'tti a ilaim.l t loth tn ir n mris t n brl'k rutnitir will htlp tl.cltl.illy in fresh-burne- d lug the tulttrs. The enrH t mutt If wt II swept, shaken, or nciiuin t limit d I!r.t. Ammi'iiln "V.?"'0'"'5 Everybody Laughl The slrl whn laughs bccnuM- - she l , sunny-heartedand finds thing tn en-- ; joy as she gut s nltuig, mill eiijn)iiit'tit nlhi rs us they gn along. There in Miiitlliliig In a Millie that cull nut' a smile, ami sHiulaiitou laughter la' the most catching thing In the world. Nn line whn bears a Jojnu laugh ll likely tn riuwl In rerisuise. Discovert Hcr.t Insolation. A -- it nf a mixture of a sm't'bil tiny cork bus nt en iHKcnvrretl Is in w beet Insulating liiiilerinl cm .Vtvwc'iitii clay l' linn mixture I'liglliftT. The the buriit'd, nml ttirk by n ami ivMilt I' the fiirni.illnii nf a very light rub' rt.nii'f lh.it I Mild In be eminently mini, !e fur nil btut lusulutlng pur- pnst r. 3C 3CZZ1CZ3C 3C fmmm TRACTORS We have for immediate delivery two FORDSON TRACTORS with two gang OLIVER PLOWS. Will make special prices on these TRACTORS if sold in thirty days., THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR ttock.) I The Danville Buick Oo y L. B. Let tho archives of the city, Tho proud city of Lancaster Still perpetuate her warriors Still preserve her men of valor. Old occasions of local celebration Walnut St. i CONN, Proprietor. Phone 798. Danville, Ky ir--n li are thus set of by Mrs. Potts: "William Jordan Graves, another Of our citizens illustrious, Is entitled to position In my melody of heroes-- lie was lawjer by profession, Went from Louisville to Congress i n li ii ir E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. 3. That thu known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities, uro: (If there are none, so state.) None. P.. L. Elkin. Sworn to nnd subscribed before me this 31t day of March 1!1U, W. V. Champ, Notary Public, Lancaster, Ky, My commission expires Jan. 18, 11)20. J. Tho Chevrolet Motor Car is in every respect. Built for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring; $735.00 "Baby" Grand Roadster $1045.00 "Baby Grand" Touring K. O. U. Factory. A enr load of these American ISeuutie. just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. $10-15.0- PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, I Ky. Thursday, Apr 10 1919. 3 VALUE IS ADDED TOBLUEGRASS-:-- THINK OF THIS. --- EM T Sweet Clover Supplies Nitrogen to o:l and Helps to Produce Better Stand. PASTURE SEASON Some America. Wo arc pleased to announce to the Auto Owners of Central Kentucky that we have recently added to our BIG GARAGE America hnj one motor vehrlo for every seventeen persons, nccoriliiiir to figures compiled by n lemlinB The nvernRe Is runipnny. the IS LONGER l.a.ed on 11)18 estlmuteil population nutomohile nml truck mil the 10 Acres Beazley registration. ii in the middle western states, lown and Nebraska beitiB in the lead each with nn average of one enr for every seven persons. Other middle west by tlx- - 1'nlird Statts Depart(t'rrpared states havinir n record under one enr ment of Aiirbulture) to every fifteen persons are: S, Dakofor Kwcet IVrliiitH there Ih tin !! ta !, Kutisns 10, North Dakota 11, Inter Hint elves mull promise mid Hint Mi'iiM if riK'li ' Cenerally ReExperimenting quired at Local Condition! Vary Combination Will Maintain Itself Permanently. The most dense ilistrihution of curs The Mary HIATTSVILLE, Tract TURN-PIKE, RADIAT0R1EPAIRING WELDING, BRAZING BATTERY REPAIRING .AND CHARGING And sell the best batteries on the market -E- a. ver-ready. We can do any kind of Auto Repair- ing promptly. Make our Garage your headquarters when you are in Danville. We keep a complete line of Tires, Tubes and all kinds of accessories. DANVILLE MOTOR CO IticuriMtriiteil DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. i Dry Cleaning and Dyeing CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Send Via Parcel Post SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, KY. lis lomhlnatton fur pnturo. Itnlli crop, prow InKether well, even when there Is a Tf-f- t Ktuml of null. Tlic sweet ilowr adds iiltmscn to Hm' will, nml where tin1 Htnml of blue crass Ik inHir till, helps It to llilrken nnd produce n inuili better Mund than III- possible Without Sweet Hlllllll clover, l'urtheniiore, tin- - clover ndds e Krently to Hie. tutul uiiiniiiit of irolticeil nml Kite n longer It comes on In the pnsliiri- - n':iim. spring two r three weeks earlier than limit other craye nml the lite stock cnii he tiirti.'i out to Jut that niurli enrller. In some Iti.taucei thl combination ha more thnti iloillileit the romlne muirlty of un acre of pas-Hir- e blue era-- i alone, A first-clas- s of thin Unit will easily curry two pound steers on nil lie re In the spring nml early summer, nml ni n usual thing. "III curry mure Hum one cuch steer during the remainder of the pasture M'iion. May Harvest Seed. If not pastured ton heully the sweet clover will produce seed enough rceed the pasture, Mid often u crop s of seed of from three to fight an Hi re can he hitrvestiil. In niMltloii to the paMurage proilunil throughout the season. The experience of a few men N Hint when such a coinhltiiitlon pasture lit humlleil In this way, It will maintain Itself from year to yeilr, unit k Is unnecessary to sow liny great ntuount of sciil to keep Up the Mtcet cIomt In combination with blue . Brans. In establishing n coniblnntlon sweet clover iiiul hliiisgruss pasture the problem of Bcttlnfi ii Maml, ns compared with the growth of sweet clmi-- r In rotation. Is fundamentally different. In mine Instance the pasture must !e wide application with blue grum l,l) Michiirnii -, nml Indiana, Ohio nml Wisconsin each with 13 persons to n car. Althouuh Illinois ranks in import ance ns n farming stute with nlmo.it nny mentioned above the factor of n bi(T city pulls down the state's ratio Small towns, to one In seventeen. uccordlni; to n recent national census have Krenter nr recistrations in to their population than the law cities. New York nnd with their congested Mb city population nnd their lack of space for car drivins, have one car to 'J3 nml III personr respectively. The lisures show that the most fertile. and tire field for the automobile salesman is in the rural districts nnd that the motor vehicle has practically bcioine n necessity to the fnrmer. Despite the fact that since 131 C the South us u section has shown the Breatest inc rease In car ownershiii n train of 101 per cent as compared with Hi per cent in New KnKland nnd tiG in the mill-weSouthern States ratio of tnrs to population is lower Mississippi and Alabama country. than that of any other section of the ure lat in the list of states with 50 respectively, Maryland and and Florida rank first in the South with 1 nnd -- 0 persons to the car. KY., fronting more than 1000 feet on RICHMOND MACADAM subdivided into handsome building lots of 50 to 200 feet fronting on this thorofare, at E April 19 AT 10 A. M., Rain Or Shine. , "For God's Sake Help". Secretary of State Ijinsinc wired i'elix M. WiirburK receipt of the cablcBram from The Hiikuc, "I'or tlod's sake raise all the money vhu inn. Conditions indestribable i mi unexampled catastrophe faces the America practically I'olisli Jews, Kentucky is seeking to sole help" raise ?20r',000 us her share for the relief of three million starving Jews In the Kastern Kuropean war zones. All subscriptions of nny size may hist nt to Alfred llrundeis, Stnte Treasurer, fltll I'aul Jones IluildinB. Louisville, Kentucky. Explanation. You were n on Hint errand, This is an ideal location for a modest Home, land lays level to gently rolling, right at village and Railroad station, 3 2 miles of Lancaster, Ky., just the place you'd like to live and a location that appeals to the other fellow when you wish to 1-- sell. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION AND Known all over America Too Cool for Comfcrt. Inhabited The coldest place on ei.i-tby mini l Verkhotimsk. boe the arcS.herln, The tic tin If, In imrlheiisiein thermoineter there drops to 11 decrees below rero In January, but sometimes ,rles to Ml di'Brees iiboe rem In the shade In Jul). dropplnB. however, to Mirror Hlttory. .the frcetlng point on t:,e warmest In the curly purl of the slttrenth iiminer night. century mirrors first became nrtltlc of household furniture uml decorn'loii. Easy Window Washing, 1'revloiiK to Hint time from the To clean winders simply hold a twelfth to Hie end of the fifteenth ten-tuni'MiiuiiH-- r miller Hit- - untcr f.llleel long pocket uilrrnrs or Miiad hand enough to.'ither to dampen It. cru-ll mirrors, cnrrhsl ut the girdle were lie tul rut on the window pniie. lldjtincts to ladles' telletl.n. The nludotv will he donned, wnslinl .'lid pocket mirrors cnnit) ) of mil cirShould lint lellllll'l dried Illslanllt cular plmiues of iK.ll hed metal llxiil brush ofl with ii d.y cloth. IV toil In a shallow circular ' . cuiiied with gloves may be worn to prntee the n lid. , Full Directions, j mi tell me where .Mrs. Chirk lleV nsked. ".Sure," unsxcnsl tin tiltle fellow. "Jllt BO down this .Irii l In the next corner, turn to the right, and flop nt Hie llrst house when there's n hull iIob." "fan J I EASY TERMS. lery Ioiib time boIhb Harvesting a Crop of Sweet Clover for Hay. ianil. THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. CoplfQl $50,000. Surplus $30,000. .1. K. STOItMKS. Vice-PresC. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C DKNNY, Cnshicr J. K. IIAUIIIS, Individual HUGH MU1II.KY. neut ral A, 11. DKNNY. President. Safety (Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. fl, II. Swincbrond, Alex H. Denny, S. C Denny, A. T. Sanders. Dr. W YOUR HUSINCSS. J. H, Posey, J. K. Stormes, M. Klliott, Directors. plowed, limed, nnd seeded linew. On pastures of Ions old bltu-;nis- 9 Iiib. whhJi still have u fairly bh1 lime ' Mipply. a stnnd of sweet clover often can be secured simply by sowing Hie seed lute In March or early In April nnd allow Iiib llto stork to trample the seed Into the Broutid. In other InstnmcN It Is more comculcut to ' start such n pasture on n part of n rotation area, n seeding of sweet t lover nnd timothy beliiB mude In oats after the iii sMiry application of lime, the ' blue Brass beliiB allowed tu come In of Its own accord. Experiments Often Necessary, To determine the method Hint will succeed In KettliiB u stni.d of sweet clmcr mid hlu'-Brii- s for pasture, it will bciii rally n.pilre some experl-i- i vary it'll lint:, us local conditions treat ly. In some Instances It has been found successful to sow sweet clover with timothy, the blue grass being allowed to come In, so that tu n few yenrs theie Is n perfect Hand of sweet clover nnd blue Brass, Pastures of this kind will make luxuriant growth t iiniinnlly, and If care Is eercled to permit n part of the sweet clover to produce seed eiuli jear, no other Is necessary. I ' You don't have to have a bank full of money to own a lot you will want to build and settle h cash in hand, down on some day: Where Blame Lies. h January 1, 1920 and balance in two Life starts most of us out with mi t "nit endow iiient of strength. It equal payments, January 1st, 1921 and 1922. own iihuse of this strength that about our ailments. Life "tarts Think of it and don't let; this get away. May be f us out with courage and will. our own neglect of these quail- - your last opportunity to secure what you want ait sets courage mid will starts mot of us with very where you want it and at these terms. is'Us or with looks that are good , It Is our own neglect uf Quit paying rent, quit taking chances on be'.ire that makes us plain looking left with out a roof to protect your heads, houses "for rent" are scarcer each year and will continue such no doubt. COULD HARDLY Own a little home of your own, real estate, STAND ALONE "the root of riches" increases in value; causes you to develop the saving habit; will add to your credTerrible Suffering From Headache, it and standing in the neighborhood in which you Sideacbe, Backache, and live. For further particulars call on or address Relieved by Cardui, ther; but, rnce nt school to save my spem!." see. Tin )ii tomorrow ami I wanted Pearson's Weekly. Tommle." "Yes, mo- entensl In n One-fourt- one-fourt- t dwlnd-Lif- e per-- - Weak-nts- t, Says This Texas Lady. Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. Minnie Tlill-poof this place, writes: "Flvo years ajo I was taken with n pain In my left ride. It was right under toy left rib. It would commence with tin iichlng and extend up Into my left , ihoulder uud on dona Into my back, lly that tluio the pain would be so revere I would have to take to bed, and suffered usually about three days .,1 suffertd this vsy ;or threo years, I and got to be n mere skeleton nnd was ro vrak I could hardly stand alone. Was not able la co nnvfthera and had to let my houso work go, ..I suffered an (ul with a pain In my bad; nnd I had the beadacho nil tlu time. I just was unable to do n, thing. My Ufa was a mltury. my stonmdi cot In an , ful condition, CJU3ed from taking eo much tnedlrlno. 1 ruffcied hi much pain. I bad Just about given up all bopus ot our (setting anything to help me. Ono day a Birthday Alraanae was tbrown In my yard. After iadtnr. Its testimonials I decided to try Car dul, and nra so thankful that I did, for I began to Improve when on the errand bottlo...! am nov a well woman and feeling fine und tbo curJ has been permanent for It lias been two years since my awful bad health. I will always praise and rvcommend IS 78 Cardui." Try CarJul today. D. A. THOMAS Realty Agency. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MOLDY GRAIN HURTS FOWLS and Diaw fitr A Check you nv p nml Dlgeitlon of Birds Is Injured Makes Them Lets Profitable Alto Produce! Canker, the iiiuney note how much more res- jieftfiilly your creditors n-i!anl you. They like to do business with u mim who ims tin nccoimt tit the Girrard BmV & grain or allow-- the fowls to get moldy g iiiiilerluls of uny kind, for Hint not only Injures their digestion and makes Ito careful not to feed uny moldy CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. n BANK. OF LANCASTER f them less prolltahlu but ulso Is likely to produce canker. INJURIOUS ' ' Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON 11. TO SHEEP FLOCK Trust Go Allowing Animals to Be Out In Snow In Day Tim and Shut in Damp Shed at Night Is Bad. Nothing la wore harmful to the health of sheep than nllowlng them to be out la the yard all day In a snow or rain storm ami shutting them up In cold dump sheds at night to shiver with the chill uud duuipuesa. "ROLL OF HONOR.' J. J. Walker, V. Trcs. W. They kn iw he It doing buiiuess In a busipess like ty. letter open such an account even it your afTalra are not large, t'hev will grow all right. T. Hudson, President, V. l Champ. Cashier, 0. Rlttney, Asst. Cachler. Clerk. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 10, 1919. JUST A LARK By MILDRED WHITE. KfcCinsM, LOOK-SPRIN- G BUY DIRECT li,..n) IS HERE-SAV- E SOY BEAN SEED AND VARIETIES TO GROW Supply From 1918 Crop Reported Less Than That of 1917. 9 "Blsss 999999b tl999t99ak9 t)11 j CARDS, M. S. j FROM MANUFACTURERS mm. I., Wnl.rn .Vw.p.p.r llh you, Ilarrle," M begged. 111 promise not to break ' MW Waal. 'IHMH Well for Buyer to Make Qermlnatlon UJDBxaJ DENTIST In on your flhlnit, nml I have ninny Tests ss Seed Loses Its Vitality CUT STONE, INTERIOR MARBLE Office over Th Garrard Hank wanted to slop nt thnt Inn on the Quite Readily Variety la Phones Offlc. 5. R.tld.nc. 7G. snore." j of Importince. LANCASTER. Ittit her brother shook his head. KENTUCKY. Furnished or Installed "I know what thnt would menn," ho jaVcrnred by the United States Depart complained: being dragged In nllh ment or Agriculture.) Our representative will he In your city shortly. Drop us s ponJ e nrrpinlntanccs for nil sorts As the supply of the litis crop of soy card for npimlntment that he may rail on you with full set of of entertainment. I nm going to for swd I n imrteil less than the Monumental Photograph. You will be under no obllgiioVm myself In n fishing trip, nnd not 1017 crop, It Is iiilrlnhle at thl time and an opportunity to show yon these designs will be apprrclsted. to make n target for n lot of angling to look forwnrd to supplies of seed o girls." desirable nrletles nml price. It Is not WRITE TODAY "As to that," answered Ml Dulclr, 'likely that the price will be much low "you nrc too absorbed In your own at-- , er than nt the present time. I'ndoubt KENTUCKY; fairs, Uarrle, to notice thnt I nm usii-nll- y edly much of the 1IM7 crop of seed will DANVILLE, a target myself for ronndent male ' l'lrri.'K itL'iKiiiAnn sto.nk co. -Opposilc Gilchcr Hotel. be sold Ihl season. It I well for the Ilt'lSVllXe. KT. attention. Unhellcvnhle ni It tuny Ibujer ns well ns the grower who hn Oflite Hours H lo 12 and 1 to .r p m. I rentstnr-lsbut In ft monam.nl. Kind Established 1880 rem, I nlso jenm for solitary pleas-tirIj wnd me fullt Information. jhls own supply of seed to make gonnl I'd rather enjoy myelf in my Plant Covers City Block o'--- ' n nniioii r"j i Main own way, with books for company, nnd 309 W. JEFFCMON 13TH.14TH ON MAPLE no dress exaction to liother. I,et me Adrift". LOUISVILLE, KY. Co. Ilnrrle; I Mill hide nwny In n corner with mngnilncs nnd chocolate! DIRECTOR nnd hne the time of my life." ' "And I sup)oo," her hrother icoffeil, OHIre 0er National Hank. MARKSBUKY ' "thnt I wouldn't he hailed nt erenlnr, Kesidenre Phone 3. (Mice l'hi,nc!27 tlreil nfler a day's sport, to help you Mlfsinnary Day Is Wiled for the LANCASTER, KY. entertain Miss New Somebody or othseeder-Che- ap er." Fourth Suiulay in April. "You wouldn't," hi sister promled. S. Mr. William Iilanks sold a row to Suddenly her depressive face bright- Oliver Riding and Walking Plows, John Deere Disc Mrs. Willie Floyd for $100. ened. "Ilnrrle," she said, "I'll tell you what: Let us pretend wo nre n mnr- - and Smoothing Harrows. The Ijiilies Workinc Society will rlcd couple. ,Iut for n lark. Why I I!, meet with American National Fence at Reduced Price while it lasts. Thursday ntMrs.I". M. S. Clark next notj That understanding would pre- -' vent the troublesome complication i Deering Wagon and old Buggy cheap. you nre conjurlnc. No one know u Kentucky. Piimtl.iok. Mrs. Hen Hughes nnd Miss Delia In thnt place; we nre llice Hughes hne returned to their not likely to ee ncnln those we mny I home in Imcnter nfter n visit to meet. Kven In that ioIMllty. the her sister, Miss Sue Sutton, The Deal House. thine would he considered n natural mlstnke Mr. nnd JIN Trent. Intend Ground barley feed, the cheaprtl VETERINARIAN. of Mr. nml Mr." Dulcle Jumped to and belt feed for hog. Dairy feed, Csll. Amwtrtil Promptly Day or hrr fnnt "fill t rwn .... noA !..- hay. corn and rle," she conxed, nnd laughingly liar- - Get our prices on House Paint. Can save you money. wheat bran, oats,Hughes and Karnau. Cultivating Nl.hl. 1M,. Tlf Hudson, a Field of Soy Beans. rle n treed. Mr. Ililry Isom, Master Herman liability ipilte readily, ami unless the LANCASTER. m KENTUCKY. n hound to admit the He of hi sister's plan, nfter hi flrt and Miss May loni haw retuned seed Is of the 1U1H crop or hu been fishing. The treo-shel- da j nfter n plensant visit with relative pncrly runil mid slortil shoul tered corner he chose wns most restnt Kuhanks nnd Wnyncshure. be made to learn If the soil Is of liltli ful, nml the Oh seemed waiting tj germination, Mr. Less Clark nml Mrs Norn I'rew-it- t Mte. When he returned Joyously SAFE-PRIVA- TE The variety to be grown Is of prime and CONVENIENT nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Kohrrt Clark ImiHirtaure. and the grower shouh! weary to the veranda of the Inn. Kill- - , Fine Cut Flowers. ele, strangely unattended, lonfed hapwere called to Lexington by the ill- - select one sulliil to his locality. Hi pily In her hnmmoek. Her simple midmess nnd deuth of their father, Mr, late arletles for fomge or seed lire dy wns comfortnhly crumpled, nnd her I William Clark. best sultiil to southern conditions, al John M. Distaneo is no object to usAfnx cVitlor hat , hair twisted Itself In uncared-fo- r though the Virginia and part of tho country you live ... There nre many who hne moved IkjIIi miillum lute Mirictlitt, Hnberlundt rings. lnfo sVill Swii ou7r -I vi I hate gtteu luank to your door and furthiWioroCSS'will nay up their clocks but in fact nre going most excellent "Tomorrow," Ilnrrle told her, "I shall ... t.liAhSMIkll results under southern B. ou . ?t - every aoiiar isttwitn us. Thts is worth , ror by their old time, if n date is set for . conditions for Mart at five In the morning." And he forage nnd in' ('AyestlRatlng, a word from you will bring: fuTlM( did. He wa forcing hi nay through in ii. m., mcy say, w, inni a jusi nine turage. The best late tarlilles uru klanatibn of our plan of "Banking by Mall." ThoJ obstnieting branches, to hi chosen rewe have plenty of time. i Illloxl. Mammoth Yellow und Tokyo, lllf.eins"stho treat, when he pnued nhniptly. In " Indianapolis. Miss Tinnv lltinl,.r inv n snrinl STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Another ftshermnn or people several IPUT IMPLEMENTS IN REPAIR to nbout SO young rather fisherwomnn, had forestalled CIVE MK A TI!IAI I him. Calmly holding n hamhoo rod. nml Hubble were renresented. A de. eimtm sanoait. CrtMvHlt. I sat the prettiest girl he hnd ever days ago. Crab Orchnrd. Lancaster I Troublesome and Costly Delays May MILLION DOLL RESOURCES it Sntisfnction Gunrnntecd. Be Avoided by Getting Tools In seen. At least that Is what Ilarrle .0OUUU4M-- I lightfu! time was spent. Candy was -NLAJU.Y HALF A CErtTURr IN SUSINUS" Working Order Early. thought : others might have disputed served. hi opinion. And Ilnrrle all his young ' tl'rtpared by the United Ktatri Depart W. A. WHEELER life hnd heen Indifferent to female ment of Agriculture.) charm. All users of farm Implements should Tht girl, who wn unlike any other DENTIST anticipate, so far us practicable, the girl narrle hnd known, turned upon necessity for repairs nnd replacement I.ANfSTEH. KENTUCKY. him frnwnlngly, and hade him. a one I Milllclcntly lit udnnce of the working man to another: Oillce oser Stormes Druu Store. Feaiuin to make It Hisslbln to put their "Keep still or you'll spoil my Mte." Implements In good working condition Hours S 12 a.m. 14 p.m. TJd 'Jp.ni. Harrle kept still, until the struggle begin, before the spring operation hetween the fish, which was large, and Thl I the gist of a telegram from the the girl, who wn small, threatened to secretary "f agriculture to 11 W. Mc-to throw hoth Into the river. Then C'ullousli of Chicago, secretary of the Ilnrrle came forward masterfully, and National Implement and Vehicle nssn- - FRUIT AND SHADE TREES possessing the rod, triumphantly landelation. Secretary Houston's telegram STRAWBERRY PLANTS, ed the f.sh. wn In resHiue lo one from Mr. Mo CLIMBING VINES, At which, the girl, whose mood Cullotigh advising him that iiinnufac were stranrely surprising, begged IlnrSEED POTATOES. Hirers of mid dealers Its all lines of rle to remote the hook nnd stt the farm operating isiulpmctit bai agreed, RASPBERRIES, poor fish free. III the Interest of ciiinnmy and conser CRAPE VINES, "Von see," she nnlvely explained, "I ntlon, to join In urging farmers In lie never renlly expected to cntch him." PERENNIALS, spect Ihelr ulpmcnt nml to order "Iletter tnke him home for dinner," necessary part" In udinnce of the time HEDGEING ilnrrle suggested. they are neishsj. SHRUBS, "I'm stnjlng nt the Inn," the girl Manufacturers nml dealers declare "so I have no use for him ROSES, that If they ran know Milllclcntly III there," ndwincc the s ETC. of tho farmer for "I'll keep the fish myself, then," repair parts, these parts can l sii LAWN and GARDEN. Ilnrrle said decidedly, "to add to my piled when they uro needed. If the FREE Illustrated Catalog. day's sport." need nro not known to the manufacNO AGENTS. lleluctanlly the girl consented, alturers nml drillers, until tho actual lowing him Inter to rehalt her hook. time for use, troublesome und cosily It I surprising how much environdelay nre likely to be caused delays ment hu to do with the advancement (hut mny be felt III decreased produc EVERYTHING for ORCHARD of friendship. Ilnrrle In two meeting tion lit harvest. LEXINGTON, KY. nt n formal affair, would have heeu addressing hi companion SOILS READY FOR PLOWING JOHM n "Mls ItoMnson," which she conWHITE k CO. fided wa her nntne, I'.ut nfler n secLOUISVILLE, KY. Overzealoua Gardeners Waito Time ond gloriously long nnd Idle mornln? Ubaral assertnwat and Do Harm by Getting on In the Isolated spot henenth the trie, and lull valuv Them Too Early. ho wa calling the girl of the fihlii5 rod "Little Ilrown Kye,"nndhlvoUi A simple test to Hnd nut when gar sounded iery tender, Nlfas den noil is ready for plowing or work' Oaat aid "Von will come agaln.'Ilrnwn Eyes?" " alas lug Is to pick up n handful nnd clno begged Uarrle, thn hnnd tightly on It. If tho earth The charming girl sadly shook her falls npart when the hand Is opened BOOKKEEPING head. Kits. Builnfu.l'honoorsnhy It I dry enough for cultivation. This "I think not," she said. "Mr. Trent i".'.v b v.L:n TYPEWKITING and test upplles largely to fairly heiivy tomight not like It. We uunlly vMt TELEGRAPHY soils, but these nre the Rolls thnt nre gether afternoon on the hotel most liable to Injury from working VILBORR.SM 1TH BUSINESS CQll F3E I, G Z' them when too wet. Ovenealou I'resllant haa taaiai.l.iiuoi..,. l' ........ "Mr. Trent." llarrle's heart sank D'l I Imi r.Iiioliuar waste tlmo nnd actually do touncstill DC I)!UllnNI. far to Ici- O In uncomfortable recollection. .ti-r.w, forgotten. And harm on heavy soils by gelling on Udnu WILIII H K. MqiTII.Uii.tloti,Hr. cle's ruse hnd heen them too early. now how eiplnln! "Of course," the girl continued, "I Mould not huve hecome n(uulntcd MARKETING LETTUCE IN LOTS with you had I not known Mrs. The unileraicueil hereov five wum. Trent first." When Sold In Barrels to Small Grocer Vig The sun hail left llarrle's sky nnd to nil persons not to trespass upon There Is Always Remnant or hi step lis spring n he cume scowl- tur mini; for nny purposo whatever Two Wilted. d A ' Ingly to fare hi sister. is wo will prosecute nil oiren,l,.r I.. young man was now In at- Lettuce should be marketed If pos Iho fullest extent of the law. Hunt tendance. sible In small packages. When sold In ers nml fishermen cmerlnliv i ,!.,. "Ilnrrle." Pulcle nnnonnced enre- barrels to siuall grocers there Is near- notice. lessly, "this Is Mr. ltohlnton. Ills ly always n remnant nfter n day or Mrs. Corn Phillip. It. l. sitter wns n classinnto of mine at two which Is wilted and hard In sell. Mrs. Emma Daniels, Dean's, nnd she's staying here nt the Kmntl packages are much better for wns telling them yesterday Inn. I It. L. retailers wltb a limited trade because Mrs. Arnold. nhout our little lark. It's all off, liar- Saruh J. P. JIackley. they can sell a basket or two every rle. Mrs. Trent Is no more." illgglnlotham, day and buy a fresh lot tho next day. Jirs. Hut llarrle's fare showed no disapThis plan Is better for producer, re- KdJ nnd N. II. Price. proval. A girl's laughing face looked ' tailer and consumer. It counts for S. C. lllgsby. out nt him from the shadows of the larger sales, lurccr prices aud entailer I). M. Anderson. hall, und Uarrle baskned to step In- - . losses. IE. L. Uarker side. Tnke me Mausoleums. Monuments, Markers HATFIELD J.J. Byrne Exclusive upiometrist. Peter Burghard Stone Company. Inc. cs' . J. A. Beazlev Manure Spreader, Pitless Scales, 24 Disc grass if taken ot once. H. Plows and Turning plows, $12.00. h. .i. Patrick, J. R. MOUNT & CO. PAINT! PAINT! Or. Printus WalkeiW PAINT! BANKING BY MAIL Honaker f McRoberts. ... J. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. We have only a few BEMirHCO NOTICE PLANTERS H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons 9 ir nine runo 1 mwm tt r,irr left and CANNOT GET MORE, are going very fast. Come at once if you want one. They POSTIED W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 10, 1919 HER KINDLY DEED 3E 6 3 I IE 31 WE HAVE THE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET By JESSIE CTHEL SHEflWIN. i Buick AND Dodge A demonstration will convince you and relieve your undecision as to the car to buy. fVlrifhi lrla l,j irmtti ir l "Ill, glr- - did jnu ever!" The tcmil crs.ui dropped hut and ball nnd ran to the high garden hedge nml peered through It. .inning down the road, lending a sleek, comfortnhh looking row, was Itajnmrnl Worth. lie had the mntily stride nml whole- some, he.illliy face of a Joung fanner. He was not such, hut his father been one nnd early rural training bad left Its Impress, lie eolored slightly as he noted the group beji.ni tin Ir leafy shelter. Their t Uterine hurt ami uilinrracd him He hlirrlid bis Mi ps and winced lis tin ei ho of suppressed laughter reached him, for be was owr-eiHtnml h had made out Cella Willis bojnnd Ihi In Het'. She hud not Joined In the rlsllrule, but llnymond did not know that lie sighed hemlly. He was neither urn cuiith nor Ignorant, but he was eon senilis mat lie i!ld not exactly line tit to the -- milliard of tbe aicriigi; joung mim of the lomi as to the finer social initios. Not that be wns not Imltcil to their various gatherings, but he was plain In milliner nnd speech; he did not 'Milne.'' he was practical and did not enter Into Idle folly. His parents were ili iid and had left him iulte mi nl but be watil no time at the village billiard bull, Mti-the property be iiMinil dally nnd did not dldntn to wear his working Milt anil lend a holp-Itil hand wliere hard work pressed. !! Ice Cream and Phone 56 BAS TIN BROS. 31 IE Protect Your Hogs. Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All are flood and we sell them. :iioiid led ii KINNAIRD BROS., Agents. (all about through plowing Miss Cracie Tenter spent the Miss Jessie II. Kay. Little Miss Vnley Clark is visiting hr sister, Mrs. Carl Moberley this h LANCASTER, KY. l'AINT LICK Miss I.ucy Krnncis continue ill of measles. .1 I Hamilton has purchased the .McWhortcr (arm. 1) A. Henry a tins purchased handsome rnniltrr. Mix Klitabcth llenilcy spent the week-enwith the hnmefolk. Jim. A H. Kstridge nml daughters were in Kichmunil Monday hopiint. Misses Alma ami Mary I.car have been spending a few da) in Frank-for- t. Caw pes. And toy besns; alio (or tsmr. Iludion. lluctt and I'smaii. m tin-- guest Mm. It. V. Ogilvir ( Mm. Wood Walker for several da) Inst week. Itro. Howling filled his appointment at the Christian church Sunday morn-.li- e ami evening. Middlcsboro. have armed for u visit tn Mr. and Mm. It. M. I.ear mid family. Mim lla Hurt returned to Sycamore Sumlay to finish her school which uas closed in the fall on account of the 111!. Messrs W. ('. ami A. 11. Wjnn have purchased the Host farm, price Mr. A. II. Wynit will mote there the first of ti e year. Mrs. Ada Ky, who h.is heen the pleasant guest of her mother and ulster, Mrs. Martha Kly ami Miss Kate, returned to her home nt Paris, Friday. Misses Minnie ami Minnie Conn nml brother, Claude of Ijincastcr, were the truest of their grandmother, Mrs. I. C. Itucker, Saturday and Sunday. John Pennington and W. Wjnn have purchased the Cillispie farm of We understand Mr. renMr. Clark. nintrton will move there in a few days, also Mr. W. II. Anderson. Misses Kmma Kstridge and Muble How link Hall have returneil from lirccn Normnl. Miss .Mable will return Saturday for another ten weeks term. Miss Knimu will not return before fall. WOLF TRAIL. eek. Miss llert Ibiiley is in Jessamine with her half-sistewho has been very ill. Mrs. Owen K.ist and daughter, Lena, visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knst, last week. w Miss Alice Uay of Poor Kidgo li visiting her sister, Mrs. Klijah this week. Mr. Millie l ain, Mrs. Joe Uay and son, llernard and Mrs. Clarence were In Umcnster Wednosdn) Till tot of Yellow Dent Seed corn! White seed corn. Hudson, Hughes And Farnsu. Miss Jessie II. Uay spent a few last week with Mr. John Kay's family while trotting some sewing done. das (iilhert Wilson has returned to the hospital at Atlanta (in, after a visit with hi parent here. Mr. uml Mr. (J. M. Treudway were the guet of their daughter. Mm. (Jenrgc ToJil, Sumlay. Mr O. M. Trcadway hn purchased 1 e nld Iturkcr homestead anil will i oe there the llrst of the jcar. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater mid son Klbert, were in .Mercer county Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. Shelton Teater. Mrs. Allen Teater and Mr. Klbert .Mr. and Mrs. iWlhert Dailey and son and Mr. I'. Dailey motored to Tenter, Mm. Harmon Tester is on the sick Saturday. Mr. Jim I.edford bought the farm list. Miss .Myrtle Teater began a pay of Mr. Pennington ami will move to Mr, Krank bind has purchased a school last .Monday at (iunns Chapel. It at soon an Mr. IVnnlngto.n.. moves. new Maxwell car. There were II scholars enrolled last The farmers in this community are week, and more coming In this week. of Mm. llcid l.enr and children A Eare Bird THE 1919 BUI6K SIX Is extraordinary and excellant quality. Easy riding and made of that durable material for which the Buick is famous. Wejcaii deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleased to demonstrate. Wl'h the exception of M.iry Iiorr, an old i nil. family sonant, he bud no iiitiip.iiiy. She made things neat and ciniifortiible. but she was now on the shady side of life anil he fa tt tbe lack of ompntilon-hl- p of Ids own age. When he led the cow Into the burn M.iry mine out and Joined him. "III. denr! what u handsome, tiiiliiial." she cotiiincntod, tt took her liai k to the old times and her dimmed cje hrlghti nod. "Hut why In the world did ou buy hcrV "I didn't," unsworn! Itnyiiiond. "Mr. I.ntie. the farmer. Is dosing out. He on isl me ii bill imd I hr.il to take the eon In pnjtiient." "What tire jou going to do with her?" "Sell hT to some other farmer." "Yes, 1 guess that Is best, although .he'd make It seem more homelike nnd natural to have her around," said Mary, longingly. "Stir's a beauty, good lor six quart morning nnd night. Hut what woulil one do wltli the extra milk? I'm getting too old to attend to all We'll lute some rare sweet that. cream imr tomorrow, though." najmom! loaded some hoard Into a light wagon next morning. Amongst holding was n large tenement hi house In ii Hior quarter of the town A Hirrh needed some repairs, mid he planned to nttend to this, get home nt noon nnd take the cow across country to u farmer to whom he knew he could sell It. lie had Just completed his work f.ti the porch when he noticed nn nUalutanee, n joung doctor, leaving the house, "siomelsKly sick. Doctor Allin?" he Inquired. ''More than one. Worth," came the reply, gravely spoken. "It's the bsble. There's nine little ones cooped up In those clo.e, crowded rooms. You do jour duty In the way of keeping up good sanitary condition, nnd the tonIllation Isn't bad, but It's the diet. 'I hns,. children are Just wasting uway for the need of fresh, wholeouie milk. It's pretty near halk and water, the second-ratstuff these people buy. Hut they hae to, with milk doubled In price. The nine will be tle before the summer l oor If the Imbles don't get better nourishment." Kaymond stood for some moments absorbed III deep thought. Then he went to one of the lower Mat. Here ll,d Mr- -. Wood, n widow, who sii. ("rted herself by sewing. She had a sou. Hardy, who was lame In one limb ntal who helped the finally Income by attending to a newspaper stand iiiorti- Hlgs. rather lorn ly llfi McROBERTS Money Goes Direct To Sufferers. Every dollar subscribed to the American Jewish War Helicf Cam-- 1 paign Fund for starving; Jewish pco-- 1 pie in Kastcrn Kuropc rocs direct iO The expenses of the cam-- ! the fund. paign nre bourne out of a private fund contributed by Jewish philati-- l thropists in addition to large personal subscriptions. Little Things. If we suffer little things to have great hold Ulwm u. we hall be ill much transported for thetn as If they deserved It. William I'enn. DRUG STORE. Counted 93,000 Ants. An ant hill two feet In height J h about I3.KK1 nuts, according to he observations and counting, extending over carried out by i naturalist. From Day to Day. Don't Imagine that the doctor can cun )our Ills when It depends on you t.i care for your-el- f. It Is not fair to the doctor to avJj him to do the whole thing with n few little pill. What you do from day to day has inoro to do with your health than any medicine. it.li imsMhly have, nnd plenty of fiHsl, sleep nnd air constitute n dally dose that should never be Your; Teeth DO THEY NEED ATTENTION? IS "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION WORTH A POUND OF CURE" IS AN OLD SAYING. Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. omi," spake liajmomt, "jou "Mrs. can help nit' out with a certain problem, uml Hardy can earn u couple of dollars a week evtra. I wlh to present n milch cow to the tenement for the beuellt of the babies, Jou to take harge of milk distribution mid Hardy to take cure of the animal and milk her, nn ii rt I can -- oon teach him." .Mother and son were enraptured with the Idea. "You lire bestowing a rare lileslvg,"siilil Mrs. Woods. "Ml-- s Willis and her sewing circle do u great deal In pruUdliig clothing for the little ones, but J on are bringing them life, health and happiness." The milk undertaking brought greiit Interest nnd satisfaction to Uajuioud. The Utile ones lhroo and the most pleasurable duty of Itajinond was In pnnldlng feed and comfort for Moll)'. Duo day ltn)niond, visiting Molly's quarters, caught the eiho of wilces. He thrilled. Mrs. Wmsls whs telling the story of Ids benefaction to M!s Willis. The lnttcr stisul caressing the placid, pleasant animal, and, nothing Itnyiiiond, extended her hand. She did not speak. Her IlinpW cye met his own with a grateful glance and then she burst Into tears for sheer Joy nml hid her face uiui Molly's sleek, vehety Germs from decayed teeth and unhealthy mmis cause nia'iy diseases of the body. Rheumatism, heart and stomach trouble are but a few of the diseases. Clean teeth and healthy gums prevent these troubles. CAN YOU AFFORD TO NEGLECT YOUR TEETH? You would not eat tainted or decayed food. Yet with decayed teeth and diseased gum every bite of food is tainted, and in time your health pays the penalty. One of the first questions your doctor puts to you is: How are your teeth? Uncle Sam put thousands of dentists into service, because he realized the importance of caring for the teeth. Every soldier had to use a tooth-brusto have your teeth Make up your mind y examined and put into good condition. Hurh class dentistry isn't necessarily expensive. When you decide to have your dental work done come to me first. I will examine your teeth ami tell you what you need and what it will cost. I make a practice of saving teeth. You will t?ut the best work and materials at very reasonable prices. h. M. K. DENNY Dentist. Home Phone 217. Office 217. link. And Inter the did not disdain riding home In Hn) mend's truly democratic wagon, nnd every time her glance met his own he knew that each appro1. lug eyes was drawing glow- - of those thetn closer und closer to the porttla of mutual love. Office in Central Record Building. Office hours 8 to 12 - - 1 to 4. rhe Central Record, Lancaster, VOICES CONTEMPT Ky. Thursday, Apr 10, 9 9 1 1 J For Jewish Civilians. wriIIys g. s s g qjjty. V Hf Helps appetite and dUestlon. Three flavors. f fs JILT'S not enough to make fiood. we g WRIGLEY5 you cet It. must KEEP it good until Hence the sealed package Impurity-proo- f -g- uarding, goody. preserving the delicious co- ntentsthe beneficial The Flavor Lasts SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT 2S gl!l!!!!lll!llll!lll!!il!!l!il!ll!l Courting In Argentina. In (he Argentine I ;i reasonable republic dallies be) - In leading linnhis liancce In tilt .iltut he Is heavily lined, and If resident of llie republic should full tu marry lie la luieil until be reuches the use of eighty. It an ougaged man Business Poor In the Hamlets. Turnips "I say, old chap, what sort of business dlil you do with your Snakespearan repertoire this season?" "Itntten I Carrots Twelfth Nlghf didn't see the second night; Ms You Like If wasn't as they liked It; A Winter's Tale couldn't lie continued; "The Midsummer Night' was frosty ; the 'Merchant' did no trade, and The Temiiest' swamped us." Cartoons Magazine. Over Bones of Failures. Kpltaphs In the Cemetery of Failure: He lacl.eil tact; worry killed him; he was too sensitive; lie couldn't suy "no"; he did lint llnd Ids place ; u pnralyred him; he did little urn not care how he looked ; he did not guard his weal: point; he was too proud to take advice; he did nut fall In love with his work. High Army Officers. A major general heads each army coips; u lihgadler general heads Infantry brigade; a colonel heads eaih regiment; a lieutenant colonel Is next In rant; helow u colonel; a major heads a battalion; u captain heads a com-pan- ) ; a lieutenant heads a platoon; a r.veut Is next helow a lieutenant, Hid a corporal Is it sijuud otllcer. The money to he raised in Ken- FOR FOE FIGHTERS tucly for the relief of the starving i r.ultiun of Jewish people in F.nstcrn nCPORTS OP FIIATERNIZINC BY Europe is to he srent for CIVILIAN, To make your distressed r.'licf only, tins fund is not for) AMERICAN AND FOE TROOPS lie isli roMicrs and his no connection baby ensy and comfortable, give DENIED BY RED TRIAN'CLE with the United War Work Campaign. Foley's Honey ami Tar. WORKER. N'o other rainimiRn for this fund wilt It is just wlmt children i.i.jettaken this year. Kentucky's CMcti'-IJeporls of fraternizing of it Non-Jew- s ouslit to have (or feverish colds, nllKsl mid foe troops following the tueta m lire co-t- v signing of the nrnilstice nn the western cough, "snuffles" and tight miting with Jews. front are ile:iled In n teller Vrnm II. It. wheezy breathing. It stops croup, Steelier, liaclne, WK, rcichod nt the. Be. A3 too. oillces of the national war work coun"Young nan, have you hecn cil. Y. M. C. A., here. 0 hj the lSutenu of Censors? ' Steelier ns n V. M, C A. worker tastes jjood and the little ones Ninety-firs- t nttacheil to the division. "es, sir. He served for more than six months on like it. It contains no morphine, "Ami steri'iieil hy llie Hoard of three fighting fronts at St. lllhlcl, Ibnhir.'" chloroform or other drugs that ' roirrJl 'xa In I'hinders mid the Argimuc. Twice "Yes, s r." you would not like to give lite he was cited for drat cry and awarded "llns the X rny revculeil nny traces yoting children. Do not accept ; tnc I. S. C. ,u" ii si'.iU mu stml alcohol in your stitslituU', Itefore going to Trance to servo ns system?" a "Y" worker Steelier was nMiclntcd rtwiih ,nj rol.l "M, bmby wt, Hriclrs wllh "Not a trace." ( him tn in blircn Joh I in, momh oM. I with the Hamilton Ileaeh Jlamifactiir-lu- g Il Foley's Honey and Tr r,ir lines bot, "Are you i.tcDlincless?" company nt Haclne. I'oruicrly he ,iflr dIJ brlp bin, II ha't Uvs ,itb J,r "One hundteil per cent". wns a inemher of the California NabcbooUlclit. Va. Mii. D. "Can ou repeat all the hymns In tional Ciinrd when he was living In l.os Angeles, Cnl. 1 Bapparents, Mr. the Methodist, Prcsbytcnt.il nnd I OK SALU UV and .Mrs. JI, I). Steelier, live In Chitist hymn books?" STORMKS DRUC. .S lUKr.. cago. "Hy heart." Itcferrlng to reports of fraternising "Did you ever lose your tempei of the troops Steelier sas: "CertainOf Intereit to Flihermtn. The teof'.-r- . ly there was no attempt or dt"lre on and say 'Cood gracious' or 'Fudge'?" "Never". Tongs held open by a spring to enthe part of the men of our division to a he one girl In fifty I - w, picn I will let able an angler; to kiip mouths of llli "Then, sir, ionic in and between, l ilt We hili'l rratcrnlje with our inuch-deplechoo-- e ou hold m (laughter's hand fur fif om-- to recover swallowed hooks, scab llie clrl eer Ihed who mid het laments, ami had there heen, the nil), lug anil cutting knives are combined pick cers would not have permlltcil It. As teen minutes in my presence, and if rf three. Topeka Capital. it matter of fact the guns were going you behave juurself ir. seemly In a single Imph tneut. n right up to the time the armistice went manner, I i.uorron-- , I u dl extend this At' Mjny Questions. Into effect. You see, our lmys have I'vrioil to twenty m'nutes". Violin "Cjmeufc.O'." An 'isslstiuit d.sit muster at I'ad had n mighty goo I ctnnce to sire up The word "ficl" Is of Ijilln origin, llie calllier of the other side, and had and myitis made, or maniifaetiiiiHl. It 'lliuton. Loudon, s,k, hy uosilis of a wutih, a neoril ol the Hermans shown liny Indications of was In gineral use by the Cremona iihihIm r good sairts!nankiili In the fighting no isiplisl by the number of iiucsiious nske,l i,y the violin tankers : nnd I is Hin publ ' durlug a single week. 'Ibe total we would feel some little iloiiht ct modern makers, chleily for itereptlnn. was i'.lss. Some of the ipiestlous wen A terta.n fellow- - who got too much The modern Imitators of old violins re for them. liming hem a dough-ho- y myself In the past, and now hav- booze and came In town in Ins auto tallied the old form of allUIng the date. etreiioI) fisdlsh. ing gone through all the fighting with the other day, not only had to my a my division, I helleve my viewpoint Is fine of ?'-hut the authorities took ." the same ns that of the majority of uway his automobile license, whuh 1919 our division, anil, personally, I have the utmost contempt for the Herman means that he can not drive his car law clearly states that The iKuin. soldier, his methods nnd his Ideals." the owner of nn nuto found drunk driving his machine will not while MAJOR GENERAL PRAISES A TWO MINUTE HOUSE. only Lc lined but that I e shall be deSERVICE OFFERED BY "Y" prived (A chance to rnise un Auto.) of further possession of his The fastest stallion that ever made n season in Oarrard County auto license. The experience of the Spread uion the records of the nt Milwaukee, Wisconsin. i uio Comoro oouuoeo ins n cord of '2 Oi Third division, A. V.. I'., nnd Jut man, whose name we win withhold llltb, hired by X.ombro '.' II sire of Son Francisco nnd CJ'" in the promise that he will do better, i 'I'I't. hroucht to the atti'ntlon of the nasire of Sweet Jlnne '.".02 and (L'S In tional war work council of the Y. M. luuld prove of value to those who 2.10 list). He by .McKinney 'J.ll lie was foaled In lHO'.i. is n rich red O. A.. Is a general order Nued by trv to mix booze and gasoline. A cer-a- r 110 list). Dam Trixy by Conifer, command of Major fjcncrnl Dlckman. Stanford gentleninn spoke a par bay, 15 1 hands high, sound, a grand looking individual, a consistent race He is tho type to sire colts with exwhich "Y" otllclals have hailed as nn able unell he siu.l that if the fellow horse, gamegood headeil, and fast. emphatic answer to charges that Ited who boozes would pcur the whiskey treme speed, class, stamina nnd durability. Triangle workers had avoided the dan- ,nto his machine nn ' the gasoline in He will make the season nt ger zones In 1'rnnce and had wrung to Lis Momnrh there would be fewer JZ0.00 TO INSURi: A LIVING COLT. exorbitant prices from the soldiers for accidents, A lien will Will nlso stand two tine Jacks nt 110.00 each to insure. Interior Journal the comforts which the nocatlon had be retained on all colts until season money is paid. Mares traded or parted sent overseas. Ceiienil IHckmnn diJockey or barren mares. Not becomes due. Specinl rates rected that a copy of the order he sent COUGHS AND COLDS with season for accidents. This stock willfor responsible make the season of 19 111 at my to every one of the thirty-fou- r men nnd sir women who went with the ill. stable near the Lexington Pike on the Ituut Ijine below the Fork church, In (larrard County. llon through the fighting of Chateau-Thierr- y ulong the Marne, to St. and Mlhlcl, nnd later Into action north of Dr. KlnH'sNcwDIscovcryused Verdun and along the Meuse. since Grant was President The Y. M. C. A. has made puhllc Get a bottle today Flry.nl. villc Phonr 47. U, LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. fleneral Hickman's order along with a communication from Col. J. C. lthea your grandma, for your of another division which was In th It did It for father. Tor fifty years this wJSknown St. Mltile! fighting. Colonel lthea rave rough and cold remedy has kept an figures showing the large amount of evcrcrosui; army ol friends, young supplies width were distributed In Ids and old. division hy "Y" secretaries without For half a century druggists every harge. where have sold it. Put a bottle In ou may need l our medicine cabinet. GREAT EDUCATIONAL ft in a hurry. SolJ Ly druggists everywhere. PROGRAM PLANNED Children's Cold- s- It Will Foley's Honey Tar w .i a. Took Away Ante Tag. 1919 AUTO ZOMBRO 2.02 i QUIColYJELIETEO ROBT. R. FOX, I any occur. VnJw.oul. of lluena Prince Albert is one of the best types 1 ever saw and his colts ""enne.i services nere ounuuy show for themselves. At the same time and place will stand my .six year old jack j mornlnK and evening, Mr. Thos. Hicks, wife and little daughter, and Mrs. II. It. Montgomery At $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. ,im, ,,al nt ,;lst Thuri1llv wtll AT $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by This well bred Jack Mrs' s,8rr A' f",mlm nt Tcatersville. , John Gray is fifteen hands hiuh. kooiI bone ami ear ami , by Gov. Wood 33. Dr. McCord and he Mt. Hebron church will observe considered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood. Ho i Caldwell's dam is by Tom Keene he by Rube BillinKton. st the third Sunday in this month as royally bred beinu by Loiik Tom, he by William Todd's bin is 15-- 2 hand3 high, black with white points, good 1. SI, C. A. Mission Day. Kvery member Is ex- - Jack, by This Jack i Mnrmadukc. 1st dam by Hilly IlrecklnridKo. he ll" pected to contribute to Home unit Iiourbou Chief, bone and body. 2nd. Dam by Hourbon Chief. Want American Tables. l'oreign Missions. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. An American pool table Is a grateful Miss Mollie Crawford returned any occur. Lien retained on all foals until season is paid, the American soldiers Impa If mare is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will oasis touwaltlng orders to leave for home last Mommy from u weeks stay heason is due when mare is traded or parted with, or bred to try to prevent all accidents, but will not be responsible should tlenlly old Jack, , Paris. flenenil Pershing has signed They ought to, for constipation nn order establishing an American makes the IkkI retain waste matters Army university In 1'rnnce to accomand impurities that undermine the modate l!,tK) to SO.diiil soldier stuhealth and play luvocwith the entire rysttm. Dr. King'a New Life Pills arc dents. The school will he opined at All reliable anJ wild la action. Iteaune. At the same time the main drussists, olllce of the Y. JI. C. A. nrmy educational commission will bo moled from JIT. NKljliON Paris to I'eaune. Courses In engineering, liberal nnd I tine arts, sclenie, mule and the like Mr Janus i:.irdw:ck is quite ill. will be offered. It Is expected thm "irs. 1". vv. .Montgo nery hn been one of the four iigrlcultural exhibits the p:i"! week. which hae been prepared by the de.!rs Tom Ilicka is in Lexington partment of agriculture In Office Phone 18. Residence I'lione 33.9 wecl. having hrr eyes trenteil. with the Y. JI. C. A. will be u permanent feature at lleaune. Mr. V. .. tlrjw spent Saturday The Y. JI. C. A. war work council father, Mr. V.'. N. (Irow at mmouucis) that the o- -t of the educa- wiin h.s tional program In the A. K. I had Pleasant Hill. ..Ir. nnd Mrs. Iuac Maaale of now rein hed 7(s),(hh It month. I!ol:s and supplies lostlng Si;am,iKl hmo were with thir mint, Mrs. Mat-ti- e be, n sent overseas. The army pays for Montgomery Inst Thursday. the hooks and distributes them to thj Sallie KlUabeth the little dauglitcr soldier students. of Mr. ami .Mrs. Joe It. Duncan is ill with pneumonia. To Improve Idle Time. This splendid bred saddle horse will make the season Wliortvcr there are as ninny ns SMI Mrs. Delia Ceicil came from llohon, at my place two miles from Lancaster on the Uuckeye pike at reasonably stationary soldiers, sailors Mercer County, lust Thursday for n and marines at the base cninps or tho visit with her sister, .Mrs. JIattie S10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. (Kirts.of shipment or with the army of JIuntgomery. occupation, there will be educational One of tlu- - host CLYDKSDAI.K .stallions in Kentucky w II Kmerald King is by Golden King, dam Emerald Queen courses supervised by the Y. JI. C. A. Mrs. John Vanderpool of Kokomo by Kmerald Chief. His breeding runs back to Ilourbon Chief For thoe who lire to be moved In a Intl., is here witli her son nnd daugh- make tho season of 1 i 1 i at my imrii at tho low price of and Harrison Chief on both his dam and sire's side. He is 1G few weekK I here wilt bo short courses, ter, Mr. Itussell Vanderpool and .Mrs. TO INSUI'.E A LIVING COLT. but there will bo something to Interest A. O. Jlontgomcry. hands high, a rich sorrel and will weigh about 1300 pounds. every one. Mr, nnd Jlrs. Sum Duncan and This is the kind to breed to for mule mares and farm hoiw. At year I my Bowels Acting Properly? W. 0. RIMEY. and Funeral Director Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, GOLDEN EMERALD 6527 PRINCE ALBERT $10.00 the same time and place will stand CALDWELL siSkSM fine four Y Operates Hotel.. u !or.eii ! London hotels. Including tho Palace, Cosmo and Craftnii. have been taken over by llie American Y. JI. ('.. A. and arc now In full operation. This n.hlill(,n to the war ii ant of the "V Is renii red by the even more comprehensive period of occupallon progruin whlih has been up In the Culled Kingdom by the Imdon.-ll-alf !'"' i 1,r" JOHIN GRAY Clarence Beazley, R. F. D. No. 3, Lancaster, Ky. home, for somehow or oilier Ihey do not take kindly to thn model of pool or billiard table whli h Is extant In Jlerrle Kuglaud. Hence there never Is uuy rest to the billiard tables In tho V. M. C. A. hut lu I he llrltlsli Isles. in Tennessee. She was accompanied from Sulphur Well by her nelce Miss Kthel Crawford, who spent the. week with her father, Mr. Ccorije Crawford here. nnoth'.'r horse or Jack. H. P. CONN, lloule No. 3. Phone Paint Lick.Ky 35-thr- shorts. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Apr 10. 1919. DividendsPaid The . Kentucky Lead Zinc oynaicate reproductions the checks received Ollr n( tlip are here shown. L.xact of liu iviansrieid m fit and I i s "gs 0 "5 In pi o 1 oo o oo Louisville -, 21 - 51 nrL In January m Kentucky m o Louisville, PAY TO t fofaoo Ky. THE ORDER OF 0 o 3 In Tebruary 3 In March sOoLLARS Mansfleld Lud & j 1 Kentccty ! 1 Zinc SjndlcitJ. 21-5- "fei SVSJ t' X. SfU ii 1 Louisville, Kentucky, : l9lL Ky. No.JSlQ J ' 409 It I Vj -- Stark, Dldg, Loulivllte, K , J V Louisville, l I Ky. Ineloitd find my check for In payment for iharei of stock In the Loultvllle MJnttield Lead and Zinc Com. . JgJ II -- f Lr. ooo w o , ond LAiMfJlrtUJ&U r n- o KuJjsit - LSTLDoLLARS MacsSald Led i Zinc Sinilate. 2t - SI Louisville, Kentucky, isjjQ- - No. JU2Z. t .A :3k 3 Ji N Louisville, 'O' TO Ky. THE ORDER OF i m -- yD0LLARS Keotack j Mansfield Leid k Zlcc Sjndlcatt What The One Is DoingThe Other Should Do And More - Officers and Directors Of The Two Companies Largely The Same Get this straight there are two companies! The one is the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate, and the is the I.ouis illc Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company. It is the succe of the former that has led to the organization of the latter- to do just what the former is already doing hut on a larger scale. The officers and directors of the two companies are very largely the nme. Stock Now Certificate of Assay "The entire sample used for assay. Fairly soft native rock and an easy milling ore, breaking clean which should give a high recovery. Sample accompanied by affidavit as to sample." The above report was made by Yv P. Taylor, the chemist, from samples taken by j". K. Saudagc in the presence of Mr. C. O. Storm, Mrs. J. S. Long and Mrs. J. II Havens, who swear to the taking of these samples on the property of the Mansfield Mining and Developing Company, before Joseph K. Tile, a Notary Public, of Jophn, Missouri. other A Share The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company is capitalized -- i It Is The Record Of The One That Makes The Other So Promising The Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate is already in operation It PJjd.a ;uid is already paying dividends monthly dividend of i'jc m January, i?o in 1'cl.niarv and dividend checks of i'A are nowd Mans-fielgoing out for March. The Louisville Lend ami Zinc Company's holdings arc in the same territory, are larger, will he operated in the same manner and should pay even larger dividends. r Important Notice Price Will Advance to $1.50 a Share Saturday, April 19th Act Now! Send Your Order At Once For Stock In The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company. Price Now $1.00 A Share! Will Advance To $1.50 A Share Saturday, a :i imL Afjru a fin at $500,- 000.00 at $1.00 a share, fully paid up and nonassessable. A very large part of this has already been subscribed indeed, the company is fully organized and is already sinking the first shaft tor the first mill on one of the four tracts (of 40 acres each) on which it holds the leases. These holdings of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company are at Mansfield, 40-ac- Missouri, where the Mother Lode of the famous Ozark- district comes nearest the surface. The tract on which the sinking of the first shaft has already begun is immediately adjoining that of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate. DIRECTORS: , OFFICERS: T. 11. CruUtit-r- . T. T. lliM'ler, Vlcf Pres. Nnt. O. 'iiri'lin, Swrrtiiry. V, II .NVulKilil, TmiMiriT. YV. 409 Starks BIdg. MlipVilk -- enlUCbj, 409StarksBH. C. Mahou. i:. NewbolJ. Xat C. Cureton T, M. Crutchcr. T. T. Heeler. J. i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 10, 1919. GUY. McSHEEEY Tobacco Setter Mrs. Milton Ward visited Mrs. J. U Yantls Wednesday, Miss l.iizie Foley was the guest of Miss Allic Doolin Friday, Messrs Kzza and Harry Fletcher of Patnt Lick, were with friends here Sunday. Mr. James 1.. Vnntis spent last Monday niirtit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Conn at Halls Gap. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Vater spent Sunday witli Mr. nnd Mrs. Win, Smith oil the Poor Ridge pike. Muster Kuhcn Hroaddus spent tne wee-enwith his grand parents, Mr. iinl Mrs John Ilroad.lus. Mr. Hohart Smith of the Lexington Herald spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Prayther nnd children were with her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Walker Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy - Davidson iimlj children of Lancaster, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Sir. nnd Mrs. Tom Turner nnd daughter, Vcrtie, were Sunday visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. II. Turner. Mr. Ccgai Stacy of Knox County, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. Iloyd Turner. Mrs. Evcrctte firow and little daughter, Emma Lee, are spending the week with her motner, Mrs. Obe Pulton. .Mr. and Mr. Holmnn Duncnn spent Saturday and Sunday with .Mrs. Snllie Lane. Mrs. Delia Daugherity of Lexington, is the guest of Mrs. James Christopher. Mr. nnd Mrs, H, ('. Kuhle motored to Stanford Monday nnd were the guests of Mr, nnd Mrs. Kdd tlnllard. CARTERS VILLE. $80. Cash No Cogs No Chains. The best and simplest tobacco setter made. See sample on display at our store. Mr. Itohert Ward children spent the week-en- d Lick the guests of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil ton! Ledford. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Kason and Miss Stella and Ilnul Naylor motored to Middleberg Sunday nnd spent the day with relatives. Mr. .mil Mrs. Stuart Carson anil Mr Willinm Onrson nnd daughter, Annelle of Stanford, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ilascom Pel- phrey. and at Paint Mr. J. W. Wllmot and children have about recovered from the llu, sold three .Mr. C. S. Itohlnson shonts to Mr. A. It. Carter for $IB.rn nnd three to Mr. .1. I Pitts for lfi. ,Mr. lien IWe!l and Miss Mary S. Ijimh dnne to Ijiiirnstcr last Wed nesday April 'J, nnd were united In Miss Elizabeth Williams has return- marriage. ed to her home In Louisville, after Mr. A. II. Carter purchased n gas-linan extended visit with her nunt, Mrs. engine and grist mill from Mrs. Wm. Smnlley. Julia Wcddlc. He soon will he rc Ground barley feed, the cheapest pared to do custom grinding. mid brat feed fur hogs. Dairy feed, Mallard's Obelisk Dour in sacks or wheat bran, oati, corn and hay, lludton, Hughes and Farnsti. barrels First Patent. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Willie Ison, Mrs. I.nura N'ay-lo- r Ilov. J, M, Kobinson, who is n very and George T. Naylor spent the j Godly man, u splendid pastor, and a day Sunday with Mrs. Mottle forcible preacher, tilled his regular of Iluckeje. appointment at Carter's) Chapel Inst Many hearts were saddened Inst Saturday night, Sunday, and Sunday night April 1st, when the night. Tuesday gentle spirit uf Miss Emmn Scott Mr. N'athun Day, who recently re passed nway. She had been In poor turned from Camp, nnd Miss Delia health for several ears. Miss Scott llrock, daughter of .Mr, John Ilrock, was "8 years old. Ilesldcs her moth surprised their friends Inst Wednes-da- y er she Is survived by one sister, Mrs. April 'J, by driving to Kev F, P John Naylor of this place, and two Hryant's where they were united in and Leonard marriage. brothers, Hnmpston Scott, the latter being in France. The Grim lltupcr called Death, She was well known here, being a member of Mt. Olivet church and liv- waited the home of Mr. Ebh llentlcy ed n consistent faithful christian. last Friday morning and claimed the nnil was loved hy nil who knew her. helot til husband nnd father, lie years old, and was Funeral services were held at Mt. was forty-nin- e at 11 well known in this end of the county Olivet Thursday morning o'clock, conducted hy Itev. Longene. He lentes a wife, eight children and a host of friends to mourn their loss. He was laid to rest in the Stringtown DARTING, PIERCING cemetery Saturday April Sth. All Baking Cares When CALUMET romes in. nil bnkintr troubles take ciuick lp.ivfi. You eo rii:ht nhrnd nnd mix tin hak Shoulders im materials, for biscuits cakes itnlkiug without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you otgtt lailure. SCIATIC PAINS Give way before the penetrating effects of Sloan'a Liniment So do those rheumatic twinges and of lumbago, thenrrve-IntUmmatithe of neuritis, the wry neck, joint wrench, the ligament sprain, the the muscle strain, and the throbbiog HASELDEil BROS, Drive Is BUENA VISTA bruise Miss P.uth Lane spent the week em! ut home. Mrs. J. W. Frost of Covington is visiting here. Non-Sectaria- n. A Sewer Went Forth to Sew. Miss Nettie Askins is visiting relaSaid the facetious feller. "When a h people as well as Jews man tries to sew a button on a coat he tives in llurgin. are entering heartily into the cam- generally makes It appear as If hi1 Mrs. George Harnett has hecn visitpaign in Kentucky to raise $208,000, were sewing the coat on the button." ing friends nnd relatives here. April for the starving millions of Jewish people in the Eastern EurViolin "Camouflaoe." ope war zones. Those who are not The word "fecit" Is of Latin origin, solicited personally are tasked to send nnil means made, or manufactured. It Brandeis, money to Alfred Sitti was In general use by the Cremona Treasurer, C01 Paul Jones BuilJing, violin makers; and lias been copied by can ,.e modern makers, chiefly for deception Louisville, Ky. Payments The modern Imitators of old violins remade now June lGth or August 1st. tained the old form of affixing the data. Of Intirett to Fishermen. Extracting Salt From Octan. ToDtfn held open by u sprins to enExperiments In Norway with a view able un ungler to keep mouths of t ipen to recover swallowed hooks, scal- to extracting salt from ocean water ing and cutting knltcs are combined hjr means of electricity have been successful, anil two suit factories will In a single Implement. be started for this purpose In the near future. Kacli factory is calculated to Family Verbs. produce .'.O.OOrt tons of rait u year Speaking of odd terns. It has hecti for a start, hut they will be so ti!lt the custom for jeurs In u certain that the production can be brought up Huston fumlly to say when the weather to double the ipiantlty, if necessary, has cleared, "It has nlceued up." Ilesldcs the salt, different The other day, one of theui wax even will be mnde. heard to say, "It has nlceued up nicely." Ilostou Transcript. Beit When Fully Ripe. The exuberance of beauty In woman Mankind Suspicious. does not reach Its climax before the The IIonIi of the shark Is sold tc ,uge of .15 or 40. Helen, the great that of the sturgeon the fih IfJreek beauty, was IS jears old when but ihe came to Troy. Aspiitu did not that "goes to the Caesar'H dll," it cannibalistic reputation, firmly become the friend of 1'crlclex liefore liii'tl In the popular mind. Is uguinM the uge of 37, and long after that she It. .Man'H dread of thegnstrouoinlriilly mis admired as the most beautiful untried Is only equaled by his curio I Annum of her time. Cleopatra .was Ity, which after all gets the better ol I i r .'to when Anloiilus fell In love III her. and Diana de Poitiers over his fears. Truly he was a brave mau r when she won the heart of Henry II. who first swallowed u raw oyster. The ease of applying, the nuicknesa of relief, the positite. results, the cleanliness, and the economy of Sloan s Liniment make it universally preferred. The Death Angel visited the home cf Mr. William Parsons Inst Friday morning nnd took from them their darling; little girl Kate. She was about four )curn old nnd the pet of the household, being the youngest After funeral services at the M, E. church by Itev. F. P llryant, the re mains were laid to rest in the Cartersvilli- - cemetery Our heartfelt sym path)' goes out to the bereaved famMay they get comfort in Jesus' ily words: "Suffer Little Children to c.ie unto me for such is the King am BAKING POWDER It inJ tlfB lth Klvr mat drmamJ fsKs. Il Ishas lha Up frr"' tsvauie the oval rest mal tnJN. Thelailthat ititIslime the llr twiirri Atlialwillrnmlnre vnuthst thrifts nona lukistr'""- our"" aiiu are ns aatllwsi la.c " tnetw II .J m- CALUMET L I - , Ifet your money oacs. C!tumrf contains enly atKh Mi dirftls at have hrrn app."sJ uinim? tv tne i' . rouu Authorities. Y.a m. T mt. .VnrHHtll. ia f Vsi U. HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST AWARDS of Heaven." 'Tis Not So. A Chicago girl stole flirt) from a iiiidesmnn two .tears ngo. Kcccntly she returned the flirt! lth us Interest. Vet there are those who erslst In belletlng, nnd declurlng. that a woman lias uu conscience. tlrlu Courting In Argentina. If nn engaged mini In the Argentine npi.bllc dallies bi)niid u time In lending his tliuiov to the ultur he Is hentlly lln.il. and If resident uf the republic should fall to marry he Is taxed until he reuches the uge of eighty. Steer Into Us If you want Graduate Mechanics to keep your Auto up to snuff and out of trouble. fll Work Guaranteed. supply your wants. We have accessories of every character needed to OUR "KANT BREAK" SPARK PLUGS ARE GUARANTEED AGAINST BREAKAGE OR SHORT CIRCUIT DURING THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR .EE Build Wow . A -- House. Garage. Barn, Shed. Hen House, Chicken Coop. Hog House, Fence, Etc. We Carry Everything in the Building Line. Yellow Pine, Fivmlns, Tinibcjs, Flooring, Ceilinif mid Finish, Kcd Cypress Siilinir, Outside Finish, Mouldings. Red Cellar Siding and Shingles, Douglas Fir Columns, liatts and Mouldings, White Pine Doors, Window Sash and Mouldings, White Oak Wagon and Shop Timber. Sherwin-Williiun- s Faints, Oils and Varnishes, United States Gypsum Wood and Hair Plaster, J. B. Speed Portland Cement. Asbestos and Rubber Roofing, Ford Red Slate antl Rubber Roofings, Heaver Hoard, Huilders Hardware, Sand, Stone, Hrick, Etc. A Large Stoeki Highest Quality and Pro nip Service. Johns-Manville 1: h m "ITS THE WORLDS GREATEST SPARK PLUG." "Star" and "Racine Horseshoe" TIRES are Guaranteed with our money. The Central Garage "RIGHT ON THE SQUARE" A. H. BASTIIN & CO. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Apr 10 1919. "LaFayem v if We wish to deliver tin's same message to the women of Garrard and surrounding counties that we are here with the We Are Here" in our .toro, and we will be pleased to show you the many varied styles and patterns in eacii: Heady to wear, waists, shoos, hosiery, corsets, silks, woolen goods, wash goods, underwear and notion departments. We can surely please you. These are the words of General Pershing at LaFayette tomb in France. Visit the following dcpartmuiits host and most complete lines of Spring MERCHANDISE EVER DISPLAYED IN LANCASTER. tL Arth. The Square Deal Corner. The Joseph visiting in Mt Mi" Joan Mount Strr! ng the i.uct of her fricinl. Miss Margaret Bogie. i SEE OUK HUG DEPARTMENT. ercantile Cc The One Price Store. j I Gossip About People v? vr rj r.flil Mtntion of the Com.ntt I y thou Ve An lntiiiitd In. i" ii Mi- Mhs Mattle Lut., spent two pleas-.ui- t Ktta Smith was a recent visJ.is in Itichmond this week. itor in Lexington for several day. J. (!. Burnside ami daughter, Mis nnio lli'lli', left Tuesday for n it to relatives in Birmingham, Ala, Mr- -. ix Mra. Kd Price h.n relumed from visit to relative in Kiclimond. Mi Ktta Smith wn the guest of lier aunt lit Ilryantsvillc last week. LA I Kb Sm.ih Mi Danvdlc. Sutur.iav viitor William Farnnu and soaKenhave returned from u vtit to the family of .Mr. Banks Hudson in Danville. Mrs nily. in j dnin ha Mis Mnttle to her home in Miarpsiiurg Mis Mattie Kstes ami brother .Mr. Green Kate, motored to Itlchniond with tlu-i- r Momlny and K'nt tin-la- i brother there. Mr. Theodore Currc has returned MiM Mamie Htormes Dunn spent from Columbus, Mississippi. the week-enin Lexington and was Mi Julia lieid hit returned from present at the Kapn Delta initiation anil banquet Saturday. several week stay in I.ouiavilt. has returnJlmn 1'. - II. .MatUlniry Mm) S. I'. ed Mrs. Kliiabeth Hughes she has been from Stanford where Hughe fti- visitor In Danville on with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Aery, Monday. who is reported some better. Mr. W. O. Goodsso i visiting her Mrs. Theodore Currcy of Ijinens-ter- , sister, Mr. Bnmsey In Hendcraon-vill.- -, and Mm, Mr. W. Y. Currcy, of N. C. Coffcyville, Kansas, are guests of .Mm. II. Zlmmer ami Mr. Green Mrs. Fndior Gaines, in Danville. flay Walker, lire vMllmt relative in Kiv. and Mrs. Harry Hudson were Cincinnati. called to Indianapolis, by the iritical Mr. Gayle Duty lw been spending illness of Mrs. Hudson's brother, who a few iln) with .Mr. ami Mr. J. K. was hurt in an automobile accident. i l!ohinon, in Danville. Mr. I!. V.. Hughes and daughter. Mr. lUndolph Hurri ha returned Miss Margaret Hughes, of Louisville, from a vimt to Iht lauglitcr, .Mr. apsnt Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Prpples, in Covington. Ma) lluffhcs Nnlnnd on Maple Ave, Mr. ami Mr. Pan Waller of guest of the have of .Mr. W. (I. Illgney. Itich-mon- Mr. I'. K. Mcl'oberts made a dying Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith and business trip to Atlanta this week. daughter, Misses Ktta and Jennie.1 and Master Iaae Smith motored to Mrs. Hayden Lcavell i spending Winchester, Sunday. the wek with Mrs. Chiirlw UanUii. Mis Helm Smith, the attractive litMr. llurton spent the week- tle .laughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ' end with hi imrents, Judge and Mra. Smith is attending school nt the Mor-- 1 Forest Slapp. ton Junior High, in Lexington. Mr. rind Mrs. 1. J, Conn of Stan Friends will be glad to learn of the ford, were with Mr. J. (J. Conn and improvement of Mr. A. J. Thompson, family Friday night. who together with his daughter, Mr. .Misses Maude anil Minnie Conn Ira lloltzclaw, are now nt Asheville, are visitinic their uncle, Mr. 0. C. X. C. Ilucker at Waco Ky. Mr. and Mr. V. A. Lear, Mrs. Wm. Mrs ;. Kmmn Kaufman, and Mrs. YOU Mr. Claude (. Conn spent last Sun Lear Itos day with hi (trand-motheMr. I. C. Vounirllastm attended the Tinder wedding at North Middletown liucker, at Paint Lick. Stai CANNOT AFFORD TO NEGLECT last Mimil.'.y. In fnm-il- y stationed l N'orfolf, Va., for several ave u Mm. Kmmn Kauffman months, is here for a visit to relative ner thin week in liunor of Mr. Alex before returning to hi home in Cal Walker, uf I.uutnn, Okla. ifornia. din- - .Mr. Clay Kautlman lia hern a few ilay in Washington Covington ami l'rnnkfort. spend-Jni- r Mrs. Hayd'ii l.eaecll has relumed from n visit to her sister, Miss Lucille Thompson, who recently underwent an operation in u Lexington hospital. Mr. HtlMl Miller, who Iww City, been The Woman's Club met Thursday ha joineil liiii Carolina afternoon at their rooms on LexingNorth ton awnue. Mrs. J. 1!. Kinnaird and where lie will upend several week. of Mrs. I H. Mnrksbiiry hud char Miss Klizubelh Scott has returned the program. from Lexington where utie was the Mis riorctu'u Johnson, who is guest uf MIm Margaret I.eCompte. State Colleue. in Lexington, .Mr. William Klkin of Boston. Muss, is oxpittcd I'riday for n week-en- d hi father, Capt. T. visit to her mother, Mrs. I.ula Johnhim lieen wsitin A. Klkin, and sinter. Mum Snllie Klkin. son, on ILichmond Street. .Mr. Will Pumphrcy wife nml child in Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Trice, after u Mrs. Sellman Miller of Louisville, sojourn of several months at Deland, and Mrs. llristovv Conn and son, Ilris-(- LANCASTER, Ha., returned last week. Jr., of Danville, aro the guests of is S. Marine Detach, Ander-mac- h. Mrs. Arch Kaanaugh and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. ii. Conn on Ilich- dress I!'T. I'., Coblenz, Germany, A of Napoleon Price are visiting their sis mond street. O. A. K. F " ter, Mrs. Iiallew, in Ilichmond. Mia Kdna Ilerkele, a student at Ashley, from whom she had not College ill Lexington, will hiard since leaving the hospital in Judge and Mrs. I'orest Stnpp, .Mr. Suite week-en- d with her aunts, Vichey France, in January, is at a reJonn Zanders and Irvire Stnpp wer spend the Mitse Allie and Leavy Dunn, on Lex- placement camp at Clmtillon. vit.tors in Lexington, Monday. He ington avenue. does not know whether he will be sent Mr. Dave Itos and County Attor Mr. and Mrs. lien Hnmm, Mrs. to join hi regiment, the Ctli Marines ney (i. C. Walker arc recuperating at now in the Army of Occupation, in Charles Tarter, .Mrs. Fred Snyder, Dry Kidgc, Ky., for a few days. Germany, but his address at present .Messrs John and KImcr Hamm of Mrs. Kobert White of Stanford .Jmerset, attended the funeral of is "IT. S. Marine Replacement B'n, A. 1. O. 727, Chatillon, France." and Miss Sarah Traylor, of Corbin, httle Charles Uankin Jr. Itillie, who with many other "non-coms- " are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. of the S 1th has been stationed A birthday dinner in honor of the Ollie Carpenter. sixty-sixt- h anniversary of .Mrs. Mat-ti- e at Camp DiAnvours, Le.Mans, France, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Hearn are Harvey was held at the residence was granted a furlough recently and receiving congratulations oer the ar of S'las Matthew last Sunday. There waited the famous Cautercts and re rival of a little sou nt their home. He were about twenty present and nil gion In the Pyrenees Mountains, bor has been christened, Thomas Joseph. enjojed a perfect day and wished for dering Spain. He has vis'.teu many Mrs. Harvey many more anniver- places of historic interest, uml gives Mis Inex Hay, the attractive t.iu very intciesting descriptions of saries. daughter of Mr. and Msr. K. 11. Hay, sctnery in this region famed for its i at home for the week from Ilich The Norfolk, Va., Daily contains picturesque scenery. He has now mond, where she is attending the the following social news of interest nteied the Toulouse University, Iuek- Kentucky State Normal. here: ilj , being one of the men picked f roin "Mr. Uichard I!. Spindle. Jr., wa his regiment for thi appointment. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kmbry and hostess yesterday at a pretty after- - He has entered for a three month's daughter, liulh, hnve returned from neon tea piven nt her hoire in est-ovcourse in the University and ut the Florida, where they hnve been since avenue in honor of her 'mother, end of that time, hopes to come home. lat December. They report a de- Ms. Uobert Mcl'olierts of Ixncaster, His address is University of Tculouse, lightful trip and nil are enjoying god Ky., who i her guet. The room A. I. O. Toulouse, France, Am. K. K health. decorated with were attractively Mr. Frank Thompson, of Itosehill, Vn., A. (!. Spoonnmorc, of Knvenna, Ky., Mis Mary Ppoonamore, of Stanford, and Miss Julia nnone, were pleaMtit guest of Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Spoonaniore last week. .Mrs. Hen Hudson entertained the past week at n most delicious several coure dinner in honor of Mrs. Herbert Kllis, of North Carolina. The table had for Its center piece a lovelj vaso of spring flowers. Tho guests present were: Mrs. Herbert Kill, Mr. and .Mrs. W. 11. llurton. .Mr. nnd Mrs Napoleon Price, Dr. and' Mrs. M. IC. Denny. The affair proved an enjoy- nble one. M. S. Hatfield, Dentist. KENTUCKY. Mental Strain for the Kid. We muM not export too much of the child nnd probably all that vve enn reasonably ask I that he see that the safety pin I cln-e- d before swallowing It. Ohio State Journal. Dates of Western Trading Companies. The Iludmn' Itny company was chartered In 1fi70 hy l'rlnce Ilupert nnd others. The North West I'ur company of Montreal wa formed In 1779, and the two Joined force In 1S21 Lake With No Outlet. Lake Chad, In the heart of Kast ha no known outlet for tho iourlng Into It. It wn-tctunny river rise and fall with great rapidity. The Alexander expedition records that frequently space over which they had alletl In the morning had by evening become stretches of dried mud. Clever. "What makes jou think Wind man's v.tfe Is such a clever woman? She ni'vir says anything particularly In-- ti resting." "No, but she ulvvuys man-a- e to monopolize the conversation to that her husband won't have a th.iiice to make a fool of himself." Kostou Transcript. .... YOUR TEETH A number of enteitainnieiits have Mrs. W. It. t'ook has returned from a most delightful visit with Mr. lnen given In honor of .Mrs. Herbert durTheodore Wintersmith In Louisville. Kllis, of Wilson, North Carolina, Her aunt, Mrs. ing her visit here. Mr. and Mr. 1!. I Griggs 'pent the Kd Price, gave nn elegant dinner for week end with relative in Madison her the Kit week. eotinty and were vUitors in Itichmond Miss Mamie Stoime Dunn was the Monday. guest of Misses Tlielmn Wright nnd .Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald uml bright I'lorcncc Johnson, in Lexington for little daughter, Dorothy, of Danville, the week-e- n i While there she aslinve been visiting lier parents, .Mr. sisted in the initiation of several newnnd Mrs. 1!. II. Wilkinson, on Maple member In the Knppa Delta Sorority (of which she is u member. Avenue, (!) (!) SEED SWEET POTATOES; CABBAGE AND "I" I I 1 Sander's (!) Miss Kliiabeth (libbs was host at a beautifully appointed live course luncheon on Saturday. Quite n thrill of surpriso went round the festive s beard when tho were read (!) and were found to announce the eu- I I'ni'vment nt MUi Anm.. l!..ll ltiir- Hi side t3 .Mr John ,Ilrown, of Louisville. (!) . place-card- TOMATO PLANTS (!) I Variety Store. i WE SELL FOR LESS. s M mi-- imrior nun inning room were lovely in their decorations of snap dragons and plum blossoms. The guests present nt the happy affair were .Misses Annie Belle Ilumside, Martha Kavanaugh and Sue Shelby Muson, Mrs. It. Woods Oglivie of Princeton, Ky., Mrs. Herbert Kllis of Wibon N. C, Mrs. Kico Woods, .Mrs. W. 11. llurton, Mrs. W. II. Denny, Mrs. Joel J. Walker Jr., nml Mr. Robert Walker. 1 t. , The guests who call- d between tho hours of 1:.'10 and i!:.'lfl were received by the hotes and by Mra. Mrs. Mclioberts assisted I vderiek II. Hobbs and Mrs. Itichard Mcllvvnine, Jr., Mrs. John W. Kggle-to- n and Mrs. Alan (J. llurruw poured in the din- i olTce and those assisting were: Mrs. Severn P. C. 'mull, Mrs. John Knndolph Caupland Jr., Miaeca Katheriue ll.il;er and Inez llurrovv. Mrs. Spindle's guests included in Idition to the guest of honor, Mrs. James Klhott Heath, Jr., Mrs. James II. Culpepper, Mrs. I. T. nVn Patten, J-- , Mis. W. Ashby Godwin, Mrs. Kobert A. W'ainw right, Mrs. Finley F. Feiguson, Mrs. William I!, Gait, Mrs W. Ludvvell Baldwin, Mrs. Alexun. der P. tlriee, Mrs. Hugh (J. White- lietd, Mrs. K.ilph Dul'uy, .Mrs. dies, t. r II. Prince, .Mrs. C. I!. Willcox--, Mrs. N. Jl. Osborne, Mrs. George J. liam Uruce Martin, Mrs. G. Gray Chester .Mnrkley of Ilonnoke, .Misses Tvvohy, Mrs. Guy Kwing, Mrs. Mrs. K. Guy Ilaldvvin, Mrs. JIurinnno Martin and Mary Covington Gait." spring flowers. Relic Queerly Preserved. Save one half on Mx'.'t) oval frames A steel ladle seven Inches long, sun- at J. F. lloltzclaw uml Son. poed to hnve been ued by Indians In melting lead for bullets umny years ago, was found Imbedded In the heart of a red oak tree sawed tip for fireWo are deeply grateful to our wood ut South Altnoim, Pa. ltlngs on friends for words of sympathy and the tree Indicate It was more than one consolation in the death of our dear hundred sears old. The ladle, made child, Charles Jr. Wc take this of the finest charcoal steel. Is bemethod to express our appreciation lieved to liuve been driven Into the iree when It vvus a sapling. mid to tell you of our gratitude. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kankiu. Sscrlleee. The K:in-- n lnihitilnllst says skunk Hun, Clius. J. Donaldson, special oil and rattlesnake oil are worthless a liniment for rlietiiiintlMii I kin representative for the Central, Liber- droit III. Just how far shouldnncollege ty Loan, of Cleveland Ohio, was in papers be allowed to go In Interferthe city u few hours yesterday meet ence with free beliefs founded on the ing members and committees of the tradition of centuries? Pretty soon Victory Loan. these jouu lvhlppcrsniippers will be Mr. Donaldson is very enthusiastic tellln; us that nsnfnetlda amulets over the prospects of the next loan wnrd o.T neither genu -- or devils, 'and going over and was assured that Gar- that nil bend around the nock won't stop nosebleed. Grit. rard county would do her part. Card of Thanks. Special Man Here. Call Mrs. Landram. Mrs. Louis Landram is now looking A Mrs. Bright Herring has had many friends to kindly ask about her three sons, who lire all still overseas, she takes this method to inform them that she has recently heard from each of them, nnd all are well and happy, Floyd, among 190 other Marines, patrols the Khlno Itivcr and his ad ufter all our social items and events and we und she would appreciate it very much if you have a visitor or expect to make n visit, would kindly cull 101 and give her the particulars. We are anxious to have all the social news and happenings und if some are over looked or omitted it i entirely unintentional en our part, nnd are not supposed to know these things unless you tell us. Let Action Follow Thought. once said that there Is no value to any thought, no matter how line or noMe, miles It is transformed Into action. If jou feel Uc llfted by beautiful inusle, do something that will tally with your iikh.i1, nnd then the music has been worth while. If jou read something that I Inspiring, ut once do something, no mutter how small, that I u little different and n little siqierlor to your routine. The theory applies with equul truth to the reading of hooks us more thun a pastime. Chicago American. A philosopher I The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 10 1919. Finish As They Did OXT39L Buggies ARE MADE TO ORDER We have the finest and best Buggies ever seen in Lancaster and our PRICES are RIGHT. We sell cheap Look before you buy. Time was wlu'ii America was regarded abroad ns a country thnt wouldn't debt under nny circumstances. As being willing nlwnys to turn the other chock. As Pacifist ,0 the lnt word nil the time. A nation of money dinners fhat put the dollar nbovc everything else. Hut that is nil changed now. Today every one of the nllied nations takes otf its hat to the Yanks as ' tirstclass fighting men. Hands them its most cherished decorations for valor on the field, (lives them the first place of honor. And makes of Americn's President the man of the hour; chnmplon of Justice nnd leader in Libert' ml- -' vance. America's fighting standard whs established for nil time in that memorable advance in the St. Mlhlel sector. There they did in three days what they had been expected to accomplish in ten. Nonplussed the (iermnns by charging machine gun nests in the open, nnd shocked them into the first realization that for them the end was in sight. Ami wherever Americans took part in the operations, on land, on sea or in the air they unfailingly gave this same good nccouTit of themselves. Won the reputation of fighting for pure love of conllict. Germany simply quit cold In the face of L'.OOO.OOO Yankee scrappers, gluttons for punishment every one of them. That St, Mihicl reverse was the beginning of the end. None Unitbed more gloriously than the men in khnki. And we must finish well as they did. t'nele Sam cnlled them nnd they iffercd their lives. We must oirer our money in the Loan. 'ing Victory-Libert- y The country needs it. MILLIONS ARE STARVING YOUR MONEY WILL SAVE THEM. drive If you nre not personally solicited In the great for $20S,000 ns this State's share of the National relief fund for starving Jewish people in the war zones of enstern Kurope, will you please mnke out this slip nnd send it to Alfred ltrandeis, State Treasurer, 001 1'aulJones Iluilding, Louisville, Kentucky? in Kentucky Our Hoys Frrnl Thini KENTUCKY STATE DRIVE Won't Ycu IVfd Them Ky 7 1919. I!U I To the American Jewish Itelicf I'uiid for War Sufferers. hcrwith pledge the sum of . which I .. . ..... Dollars ngree to pay In the following manner: NOW..,....: June loth August Signed Ad.lre.ni Make cheek payable to Alfred Iluilding, Louisville, Ky. .... ......... ... lit... ....... Ilrnndcis, .. fiOl Paul June HANDSOME COAT OF VELOURS Tn clean a him k'tuil ri'llliu-- . apply n nmtlnic of stnn-l- i rind water tn tle Unit tins been iltMiilnrtM by the c.is with n plisv of thun Ikmnel. Let It dry, then brush Ilchlly oiT with a lini-.lmid ho murks will remain. To C!tn r Ceiling. Irt An hi ill mau r; ii I Tin re Is nbntit as much nourishment In n iiinrt of peamits ns there Is In thnv jioiinils of atrak. Itnt no grnvr notlilnc for (lie the next i!ay. Peanuts or Steakt article on nutrition foods savs! do, and no hush Atk Many Questions. All dim-tun- . Three Million Are Starving. Three number rcfitnlliiii tch, n record n tin iiuiiiher of iUvi(Iih usketl l.y during n nlimle wee It. The I.. ml v i. .'.tH. SiHne of the iiuesilui.s were i m run. ly foolish. Shark-food- assistant ileKt mnsier nl l'.ul U'litlw. I''k, by means ft n . 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. j In licrniiKln small (round sharks million Jewish people nre nre iiwl for fond nnd much appre-- 1 s'arving on the Kaitern Kuropenn The Ilh m rw.v clnteit liy nil ur r rum. i ney enn nu snveii u Th. ru are in. my hand ..niie coats of ' from cleht to tin imtmds mid mil for tnc American people will suliscr.iie cents each. In Honolulu the 1mm- liberally U the American Jewish '.Vnr wool iflotirs or. "i'i: the new spring mcrhind shark I frupirntly nsn 111 I'elief Fund. The people of Kcntue- - models, lbrc K .in. In lielgo color the markets unfits flili Is considered .f di'i'nriitiil with in!i tln and ky expect to contribute sfliOK.OOO. iitln-cirred t.uiiMii I, a niU'h d.irk-i- t ery nourishing and Is extenlcly Aprd "th-11tshade. J.ilni 'l by furrow silk braid. I, salUil. li. LANCASTER, Dairy Exports Jump. ROM AM! KENTUCk'. "V Val ue lum for the downtrodden, the opChalk Substitute for Cement Ordinary chalk, treated by n new pressed, the tyrannized ever since the In 1914 the United States exported I'ilgrim Fathers stepped ashore upon Kurnpeaii process, heroines n cheap ulrxtltuto for cement, strnns enough $3,000,000 worth of dairy products. Plymouth Rock. Durinc the past year $90,000,000 of Now it is up to us as Americans, fur housHiulldlns ue. It sets In wa-tand rel.U the action of moisture. dairy food went across the sea. It is from tho world viewpoint, to stand Popular Mechanics Magazine. estimated that the butter, cheese and by the principles that have made us condensed milk exported in 1918 re-- i great. Idcsls. quired 2, .100, 000, 000 pounds of fluid To support democracy to the finish. Ideals nre like stars; you will not milk. Of course, a large portion of ' Our first real contribution was this huge total went to the American made liberally, gladly, freely. W'c nineeil In tombing lheiu with your man on soldiers abroad. However, the year gave lives and dollars with a prodigal hands, hut like the the ih'M'rt of wnters. nu cIioum' them 1919 will probably see the central hand. Stood ready to give more. ns your guides, und. following them, countries of Kurope in the market for Wo cannot refuse now that Uncle you reach your destiny. dairy products nnd this will help keep Sam needs simply dollars to finish the export trade on n hitili level. the job nnd wipe clean tho slate. Ever Notice It? Wo must put the Victory-Libert- y Salt the near-cyni"Did jou ever Loan over with the same old spirit. notice that the fellow who Is chivalrous enough to remove his hat In an nRESSES FOR THE FLAPPER eli'Mitor where there are ladles linn no compunction nlumt lining the air Now that we have made democracy with n cloud of tobacco MnokeV safe, folks, let's practice it. Democracy first of nil Isn't simon pure license to do just as one pleases. Labor-savinDevices. It isn't personal liberty Increased to Water Is used to transport lino coal the nth degree. through pipes, ami In Oregon a bliiht It Isn' wthat the Bolshevik! seems of nlr Is ticd to load liny In freight to think it is. cars. Tho liny is drawn up to n deck lit1 float liesble the car tn be loaded, a Democracy first nnd foremost emtio then lifts tho bay to this platmeans ofliyation. form, ami u blower, driven by u gasoIt means mutual elfort for the genline engine, hurls tho hay forcibly Ins, eral welfare. Its advocates, to tho car, packing It better than can disciples, call them what you bo tlono with oTd fusliloiied hand fork. may, must be soldiers of the common Rood. Reading. Useless Without Action. They must sacrifice some things, If jou wont to get vnluo out of n put iiside others, deny themselves hook, howoer, don't lean on It ns many indulgences, ami work In bethough you were n cripple. A book half of humanity ns n whole. can't take you by Mieor forco nnd Individualism and democracy must project you Into u good Job, or put They never trot in doube divorced. ninri' money In your pay envelope, or ble harness. They can never be in k you Industrious or patient when i u are otherwise. All you can expect made to keep step. if a hook Is thnt It tells you liow Ihehe Autocracy Is built upon individual-Urtilings can be accomplished. Tho reul tub Ills with you. Democracy upon mutual freedom, mutual liberty, mutual sacrifice. Tho Predicament. If we hope to make democracy a Teddy had tho usual nine o'clock world blessing we must live up to its More than evef the Dapper has causo (defences and did not have to go to requirements. Wo must be brothers tn rejolco In beuutlful clothes. Great clicxil as u rikult. Hut nt ten o'clock to tho backward peoples as well us to ileslgiurs spend their tltuu thinking ho found that he had recovered, and the most progressive, the most en- of her und creating things to Just suit after tlresking sought Ids mother In the those wonderful jearn beginning with kltthen. "I'm well, mother," he anlightened. Wo must have the welfare of the twelve and ending with Mxtcen. Hero nounced, "but I can't go to school till Is u dress that will make grown-up- s noon. Vou bee It's too lute now Just world very close to heart. cmlnu. It Ih made of coarso linens to be counted tardy and too early to And Uncle Sam has always stood und him white wuUtront set la, and be counted absent." tor that. America has been the asy handsome Hut pearl buttons. I? Ju Efficiency Luxury Individuality Economy "THE BILTWELL SIX" Safeguarding J Democracy. 13 YEARS ON THE MARKET SPELLS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION BY ALL MEANS SEE THE VELIE CARS BE-FOR- E IP 4l BUYING. BURTON & LEE AGENTS FOR GARRARD COUNTY. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 10, 1919. in w mi in 1,111 MjfnMTwmjriaiini 2E. WINTER rI n fi DWnPI'S all ...... v I -- COAL I 4. NOW 1 l--i I- P lima of UIIU mnph HI i11 IUI anrl IUUVI I or o Ul this Fall than now, because of labor shortage and labor unrest. We advise buying your x I iir-tif-- Mill a LVy in OUJ II lg III CGrmrr H-io-fr LI L. nnal twill ho kiicrhoi- J will Illgllvl -- V W I I.VI afl-o- r U 1 I II seasons supply as early as possible. We carry the Famous RED STAR BLOCK as well as the best STRAIGHT CREEK and HARLAN COALS. ! JEL-LIC- O I I I HUDSON, HUGHE Telephone No 26. Eujlneta I. nlm-?", DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE FIELD SEEDS. Poor Lime Water. cupful of llino with TOP DRESSING WITH 1 IllHIUt olll'-lllll- f of water, slowly MANURE AIDS WHEAT n'disl; wlitn slacked well add one ri::irt of water and stir thnmushly, nlluw It tu i ttli". ili'Ciitit rlnvi'ly nml 1'iiur tin' wiiti'r iiwny, thru nM nnr Application Should Be Made When trillion of frli, clrar illtllliil wntiT Ground Is Still Dry. or mill wnlir to tlu wnslnil llini ; flinl.1' often for n ilny or tno nml let Fettle. Acid Phosphate May Well Be Added to Each Load of Fertilizer Belook ucccm. fore Spreading Do Not n idotojrniihrr. Untidy' fatloT Smother the Plants. ,, u,. Ht,. fdlmv Ui ofti n rn-),m tnko iilcturi'S nml lii nnl dim (Prepared by tlm United Elate Departm.mMi tln mhiiIc to "Look liu.'int, ment of Agriculture.) i,i,.i,.." lino il.iy do olitnlmil n unall, Parmer daw dcen very du.-- y ami wormiut nimi'ni nml iiretrmliil to take of delji ilurlni; the a- -t m'umiii. I'lnymati''. plrtiiro. ClrtUnK I'otidtlo. tu many ento-- i tlu manure M. Mnml for n Miapsliot, do illrrct-no- t Iwr to pile Ih Mill In tin- - darnjiiril. There oil; "Now. Ilnzi-I- , Ktnr.il Mill ami look t m ilder time nor lielp at daml tit ilco-nt- , iU'ni" M'ronil tills manure at tde uual time, lt ami as n the wdeat may mm lie cronlnc on laml tdat H not an fertile as Is ileslradle. In Midi rnvs It ulll he of creat lie!i to tlie wdeat erop ami of prollt to tde farmer If manure, or Ktmw not neeileil Is preni) evenly for otder purim-e- s. Slack one-hal- & FARNAU Lancaster, Ky. Reflections of a Blldhead. Invtcail of tin- - linlrs of our lirml In-- ns to haw niiinliiTiil. up would tin-frIdem fniteneil In detter. Hoston Oil From Trult Stones. Salad nil Is now bring made Irntii the kermis of punli, plum, uprMot, iiim! lurry atone, tlx' kermis nr.' tlrst from tt shell, by u stduttoti of cultiuui ihlorhle of mnKh.i.!um (Irlcil, mid ililottde, tlirii wHstoil. plural under pressure ibe bitter tunlo Is rciimvid ti aeration or r "Ir heating. In the Hamlets. old hnp lmt Mirt ..! did )ini ilii ullli yimr "f v pi'rloltc this w!iim)" Sliuki'iriirnn t'arrots Twelfth Night' Ilt t.-didn't mm' llif s.ssitnl night : "A You l.lki II' nn't ns twy llmsl It; 'A Winter's Tab" niildu't bo eoiithmcd; Tin1 .Mld.uiiimcr Night wn frosty; tin- - Wleri hniif did in) trade, nml Th TiiHt' xuntiiHil us." l'artoois Turhlp. "I f WASHINGTON Had A Jack. Washington was the owner of the first jack ever brought to America. The King of Spain sent him a jack anil Inter Lafayette sent him n jack and two jennets. The jack sent him by the king of Spain was quite a curiosity in America, so Washington sent him on an exhibition tour into the South under the" care of Col. William Washington. It is evident that the jack had a hard time during the trip for Washington wrote the Colonel thus: "From accounts which I have received from some gentlemen in Virginia he was most abominably treated on the journey by the man to whom he wns entrusted; for, instead of muving him slowly and steadily along ns he ought, he was prancing (with the jack) from one public meeting or place to another in a gait which could not but prove injurious to nn animal who had hardly ever been out and afterward, of n walk before I presume, (in order to recover lost time) rushed him beyond what he was able to bear the remainder of Mwnizliic. j Needles Long In Uie. tinsllrs were found among the! Kafllrs In Africa, nml elsewhere, hi (tint they mil) h.iw IihiI enrly ntHirlgl- nal Invi ntloti In mttri tlinn one country. I jiritiM'iin t'Titl nevllfs j The earld-s- t were of Imhu nnd Ivory sometime of In I'tto .teri needles with bronze. certainly helm nwl- m Niireiiibiirg. Hxllil In I'mtliuid i ' ' tli. null until IVtl tin1 rnw timtir.j c..iic fmm Sjal ii. Sti-c- l Briohteia the Carpet. Ammondi nml n."m water d with i flannel rlotli to j!ve n carpet a drlk rulMiwr will help ileclilnlly In fresh-lu- i: the color. The inrpet niut he or vacuum cleaned well snept. first. Ho Time for Sadneis. Away with sadness! She often raps nt in) door, nnd while 1 try not to he rude, I nlwiiy.s pretend to he wry word o' recognition liuy. Just n dy way o common muteness! Then, yon on. an' do It quickly, hid, lauxli if tin' the will pass on. Uxctuinei'. De Different. Try to tlml n l''ttT rrnoiu for your t. tlian 'Vi'r)lMly idM-- It." Tlu-ri- ' iiliiiirilltd x In cu- rtv follli.. In Unit nrc ilt fi iiili'il on tliln nliui. Tin' itlrl wl.o tlilnl,' It I. l.roicr to ilri" lmmili'tly di'inui' li.'r nilclilior iih', lini n I'liHtom ilnvi turiuiH iolo of prot'rd-ty- . make n tdltiK rlslit or n. j n ilr'. Cleaning Photographs. Dirty pliotoKrnplis are so that )ou will he plad to know there l Multeii a wift H way to clean tdein. clotli wild warm water to which u Utile uiiiuionla dus heen added; urlui; the cloth out well and wipe the iihoto-irapd- s very liKhtly, ilrj lu them Immediately with a wft, dry cloth. May Have Been Lincoln's. Ahraham Lincoln had the hadlt of carr)InK In his locket four or five cents cuih with a dole so that they were utruui; on a Mrlnc. One of them lie lost. Iteceutly Sirs. J. L. Underwood of NewcaMle, l'u., found such a cent hearliiK date ISIS In a Held near Lincoln City, nnd she lias refused $l!oU for It. .... the journey". DO NOT DRENCH HORSES' FOR COLIC Use the modern It is dangerous. method, FARMS' COLIC REMEDY. Drop it on the horse's tongue. One dose usually cures. Founder never results. Get it today. W. A. DICKERSO.W We Want You to Ride Thousands Praise this New Car In the Essex The Essex is being advertised by what people say who have tried it not by what we claimed. That is why wc ask you to ride in the Essex and see for yourself what this car will do. The qualities in the Essex which appeal most are those very qualities that arc most attractive in the light, cheap car and those of the large, costThey are comfort, riding ly one. ease, endurance, and elegance at a moderate cost for purchase and oper- ation. Ask any motorist what he thinks nbout the Essex. Hisanswcrissurcto be more enthusiastic than anything Wc have tempered we have said. all our claims. Wc knew how strongly the Escx would speak for itself. Every Essex Sales Room Now Holds Motordom's Interest Essex popularity is not limited to any one city or locality. People instantly admire its beauty. They speak of the detail and care with which it is finished. They note its lines and talk of features they have never seen on any but costly Such are their cars. observations. But their real enthusiasm cornea when they return from a test ride. They arc not prepared for such easy riding qualities over rough cobblestone streets and worn-ou- t pavements. The Essex docs not pitch its passengers about. It remains rigid and firm nnd free from rattles and squeaks no matter how rough the service. The Essex is demonstrated on the boggy hills used to prove climbing ability by nnd costly cars. Speed is shown over the same course that fast cars ore demonstrated. Pas. sengers are told to hold their watches on the speedometer to note the quickness af Essex acceleration. These nre things you will observe when you ride in the Essex. We will arrange for a driving d Mlschlevousness of Youth. A young wife put down der hook Manure Spreader It Well Suited for with a slKh. "What Is It, darling!" Applying Top Dressing on Wheat. her husband nsked. "Ah, dearest, I am ami thinly on the more level wheat so happy 1" che replied. "Yes, hut you Such application dad such u sad look In your eye Just tledls this winter. should he made when tde crouml Is now." "I know, I've heen reiidlnc dry or frozen. In case fertilizer das iidout the unluipplness tdat tde wives not heen applied recently to tde laml of men of cciilus lmw always had to and It Is known tdat pliopliorus Is hear, till, Alfred, dear, I'm so clad neiiled, !() or firt pounds of ncld pdos-pda- te )ou'ie Just an ordinary sort of fellow 1" may well he added to each load The of manure defore spreading. Why Hens Cackle. nppllcutloii of manure should not d liens cackle when they lay for the deavy prodndly not over six tons to same reason that the doing of g tde acre In any case anil It MiouM wdlch human being are meant he spread evenly so as not to smother to do gives thempleiifure. It Is nn the plants. liisllnctlw nctlon." Tor the same reason a dog wag lit tall when It Is COST OF PORK PrtODUCTION plrn-e- d. liven humans, when pleased with tdcniselw. want to sing, or wills-ti- e Young Crowing Pigs Become Thin In or dance, or express tdclr emotions In ome way. Flesh If Compelled to Exist on Pasture Atone. Wlillc a llhernl tiso of pasture undoubtedly lowers the cost of produc-Iii- r pork, It Is pos-ldl- o to overdo the matter. Mature doss will llc on u lilue-uras- s or clover pasture Kood without any craln, hut ynunir, crowlne plk's become thin In Ho-- li If compelled to exlft on pasture nlone. Tholr grow th is stopped. Ami when this dappens tlioy do not llnlsd satisfactorily for flu fall trade. Those willed uro to lie marketed In the rprliii; when it year old get nlong very well season nml fatten well during tde winter. From 1 to .1 per cent of tlie liog'8 welcht In train nlong with nlves the most satisfactory results In the majority of cases. Staving Off Old Age. Among many older extraordinary plans for prolonging one's stay on this Interesting planet may be mvntluned that of n South African farmer who advised people to cut every day four pounds of bananas steeped In sweet-'it'- ll whisky, and that of u professor In the University of reiinsylviiula who ht'lluwd that much could bo done In 'lie way of staving off old age by luivlng one's feet tickled! What Small Sums Will Do. Seventeen cents n day, $3.00 a month, $00.00 a year will buy a life among the starving Jewish people in War tones. the Eastern European Any sum, however small or large, will be thnnkfully received. Send to Alfred Ilrandeis, State Treasurer, American Jewish War Relief Fund, G01 Paul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. j 1 DR. J. W. Mr j Chiropodist ! FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office DANVILLE Cilcher Hotel, every Tuesand Friday Modern Greek Language. Tde language spoken by the educated classes. Hint used In the newspapers and other modern llteruture of drccce, differs from the Iiomale ued I by the lovter classes. The former Is distinguished by n greater resemblance TIME TO SPADE IN GARDENS tu the (iriek of antiquity, which re" tiers It easy for any one who has u sat Work May Be Done Much Earlier on Isfactury uciiualntance with undent(ireek to read the literary (ireefc of tinSandy Soils Than on Heavy or present day. Clayey Kinds. Spading tuny lio dono much earlier on sandy nulls I ban on heavy or clayey (.oils. When the soil adheres together tu a heavy lump It Is too wet for work-luAllow sued a garden to dry u little wore, because If too wet tdo clods tdat form will often remain unbroken throughout tde whole rummer. Wlieij manure and leaves have been spreaif-ove- r the surface of tde garden It will be an advantage to get this material down Into tlie soli. Coat Good Milk Producer. Mr. YVInthrop Hon hind of Itedlnnd-i- , Cat., last )cnr dad u Swiss Toggenhuri coat, kept on the University of Callfor-ul- u farm, which broke the world's record us ii milk producer, by over 1100 pounds, l'or the period of one year this doe produced 1I.IH1 poundu of rich sweet milk, or more than 21 times her own weight. The period of Itictutlon for u good doe should be from seven to eliiht months'. ! j appointment nt your convenience if you will let us know. day, Wednesday RICHMOND Monday and Thursday. STANFORD. RICHMOND MOTOR CO. an Dealers for Madison and Garrard Counties. Saturday only. rhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 10, 1919 ; i i NOTICE TO The Bastin Telephone Company states to its patrons in Lancaster and Garrard County, that it has given to the City Council of Lancaster, Ky., a legal notice that it will cease to do a telephone business in Lancaster. Its contract with the City, under which it has operated for a num-e- r of years is now at an end. This Company claims no further privilege under this arrangement with the City. It has made diligent effort to render to the public the best service possible under the circumstances. The rates permitted to be charged have been low and inadequate to meet the expenses of the Company. All repairs and improvements made to the system in recent years have come from outside capital. The reason why the Company is quitting business is because the rates permitted to be charged are so low that the Company can not exist from the income derived from the business. Our patrons will take notice that at the expiration of what it shall consider a reasonable time after the notice it has served on the Council of Lancaster that no further telephone service after that time will be given to the people by this Company. Your official representatives, the Mayor and the City Council of Lancaster, can provide you with a telephone service by preparing and offering for sale a franchise. This can be done in forty days after any regular meeting of the Council. The Company its management have not sought to ascertain the public wish as to whether the patrons of Lanand caster and Garrard County want telephone service, but this public would be unlike that of any community if it did not. Your officers, the Mayor and the City Council of Lancaster, will alone be responsible if they fail to act upon this notice which is given in good faith, if you arc not provided with service in the future. This Company stands ready to do everything that is fair and right, but will not again ask of your City officials any relief, having determined to quit business here unless a franchise is offered providing for adequate and just rates, such as this Company and its management shall deem sufficient to justify it to be a bidder at the sale of such a franchise, and provided further, that the franchise is offered before the plant here is dismantled, and its equipment removed from your City. The service of this Company will continue to be the best possible it can perform with its present equipment, so long as it continues to give telephone service in Lancaster. Its office force is directed to treat the public with consideration while it continues to do business and any dissatisfaction from its patrons should be promptly reported to its manager. Very Respectfully, It PATRONS Miss Mattie Lutes, Sec'ty and Treas. Bastin Telephone Co. Advertisement. )u J.W.Creech, President. When the discharged soldiers realNell Gwynne Custom. CHARMING UTILITY FROCK that if they eat as much as they The custom of placing nn ornngp on want at the present prices, there will n plate near the door of Savoy chapel, It the peace conference quarrels he nothing left for drink, they will London, the Sunday after' Christmas where can we look for peace Is probably a survival if the custom probably endorse prohibition. which prevailed ut thin chapel after, The saddest reading in these days Living anywhere in Europe now the death of Nell (Jwjnne. In thosa is the household expense account. must be about us safe and comfort-- ! days It was tiuul. In memory of tho ' orange-gir- l, who was notably large-bearte-il The cradle of Bolshevism could not able as residing near the crater of a and a kindly giver of nlm, have been furnished with n pacifier. volcano or sitting on the safety valve of one of the old Mississippi steam j to place un oralis." on the pl.ite when- - ' ' ever alms were distributed. Any one want u crown? There arc boats. I several to be had in Europe for sale cheap. We are glad that Elihu Root has Winter Reading. expressed himself on the League of Hooks of natural history inako the The Itussians are Keeping Lent Nations. Whether people agree with I most (heerful winter rending. I read with no prospect of its ending at him or not, his clear common sense In AuiIiiIkiu with a thrill of Eustcr. is sure to shed light on any subject when the mow covers the ground, "I the magnolia, und the Florida keys. it touches. And the cheapest and most plentiu ml their warm sea breezes; of the ful things in Kussia arc Bolshevism Hemembir every fly you see this fence rail, and the cotton tree, and the and death. time of year is a potential' ancestor. 'migrations of the rice, bird; of tlit We do not hear anything from Von If it lives until the lust of August it breaking up of winter In Labrador nud the iiicllliig of the snow on tin Cott. Can it be possible that he was will be the progenitor of millions. forks of the Missouri. Thoreuu. Swat it immediately, and so swat its lo?t in the shuttle? , million descendants. , now states that he The I never desired war. Can it be that young man is rather proud of WOOD ASHES OF MUCH VALUE his memory is failing? having gained forty pounds while in To trunslute his fdeu of ihuriu und the army. Hut when he finds that he Average Composition Derived From utility cotnliliii d in n frock, foiiio Talk about keeping Lent, did you Mixed Timber It Equivalent to 70 cannot crowd into the civilian suit gifted bus iimsJ micIi slmplo ever know anything that could do It that he was depending on, he is likePer Cent Carbonate. melius us tricot, satin and loue bulbetter than an umbrella? lous. They have been put together ly to change his point of view. Wood nshes have n much larger , most skillfully In a dress that wl)l We must remember that the peace The Yankee soldiers have not been value thuu coul abes. Their value appeal to the young woman who ((inference has had very little pre- able lies III their content of potash, phosserviceable clothes and Insists to make acquaintance with the vious experience in making peace French dogs, because the dogs do not phoric acid and lime. Tho uveragu upon good Mjle In Ibeiu. treaties. tithes understand English. They pay no ('ompoltlon of woodKoft woodderived timber from mixed hard und Seek to Retain Youthfulnrss. Now Germany is instructing the attention to a simple "Come here", and produced In the houchold fires Is As I approve n "iilh that has somepeace conference as to what sort of but obey instantly when u Frenchman about T per rent potash, -- !i per cent thing nf the old mini In blm, so I am ici". peace treaty she will sign. Who won sujs "Vcnez-z-- z phosphoric acid und Xi per cent lime, no less pleased with un old tiuiti Hint (siulvnlent to 70 per cent lime curboii-utthe war? bus something of the youth. He that Tho peace conference has a great follows this rule tuny he old 111 body, is said to be its own re- way of finishing what it has begun. Virtue can bn hi In mind. Cicero, ward. Cheerfulness is not only its When the new came that Hungary CULL ALL WEAK SPECIMENS but never reward, but the delight of every nad gone boUhcvik it was discussing own the Cierir.un truns-atlanti- c cables, and Fowls That Do Not Give Promise of That Much Assured. one else. t took it two hours more to finish A somen tint Impecunious young fel Being Profitable Should De Dislow rashly engaged himself to u charmIf thu weather conditions are fav- with thut subject und turn its attenposed of at Once. ing young thing, who shortly after I In orable in HUU, it looks us if the Unit- tion to Hungary. ed States wou.l ut least have wheat If there am uny culls, weak ppecl-men- s excitement bud subsided begunlong 14x20 Oval convex frames. Three or nny birds Unit do not give evince doubts. Saldt.be: "I low and wheat and more wheat. ways. J, F, Holtzclaw and Son. promise of being profitable, they should dearie, do you Ihluk we Khali hn"c If lie disposed of liiimedlulely before they bo engaged?" "Well, sweetheart," wik )r. Hoover's prescription for tho young man cheerily, "I bnvi Half n pound of bread, lt-p- FOIl SALE: Four burner oil stove. eat any more grain thuu Is ticccssury enough money to lust for six months Mrs. 11. E. Henry. to get them In proper condition In sell. half u pound of meat und n quart of I think." tea taken three times dally. I'OIt SALE: Two good fresh milk VENTILATION IS NECESSARY Equal Right, But No Favor. W. II. Ilrown. It must take all the silk mills In rows. t. "I suppose," said a lady to u Irol Essential for Preservation of Healthy France to manufacture the quantities " ley car conductor, ''If I pay the fan of Fowls Direct Draft Should souvenir of Ballard's Obelisk Flour in sacks or for my dog lie will bo treated tin Be Prevented. pillows and handkerchiefs that the barrels First Patent w deliver In same us other passengers, and be alboy are bringing home. low ed to occupy u seat?" "Of course town. Iludion, Hushes and Farnau. While good ventllutlon Is absolutely of' madam," the conductor replied politepreserving the necessary FOK SALE: Four passenger Ford the fowls lathrough wlutcr, health barley feed, the cheapest Ground u direct, ly. "He will bo treated the fcunie ai and bast feed for bogs. Dairy faad, car in good order and running fine. draft should not be allowed to reach other passengers, and caa occupy II. p. Lee, at Lancaster Mills. corn and hay. wbeat bran, oats, the birds, especially, when, they are ou revt provided be does net put his feel oa 1U" and Farnau. Hudson, Hugh their roosts. Cracks At Creation. ize Didn't Lcr Any Time. Until was left to watch bnhy brother In Ids bed while mother prepared dinner. In ii fin- - minute folhmt-a thump und then n unll. dunning mother mild, "I thought I left Island Scene of Fierce Fighting. ou to take cure nf brother V "Well, The Isle of Wight, Indeed, 1ms had mother. I Old rull the very mln- a checkered hltry us fur us vvurs lire , utr be hit the lUxir, was the com- concerned. Itomiitu, Jutes. Sniotis. I furling resume. Hunes all decendisl nk,n it In tliclrj time, und from the fourteenth to tli j Substitutes for Hickory. sixteenth cinliirlcs the Islunders Spccltlciitlons for handles for In- -, under the almost coiitln.ioiis threat of trenching tools were prcpansl during Invasion by the l'remli. "ho. In 11177, the war by the forest products Inborn-- , burnt Yarmouth, und devastated to ry at .MuiII-m.iallowing n-- n (.uhstl-- , Newport that It "lay untnhnMted for lute ! cles In place of hickory nnd al-two certain minor defects, il.i n liy making iIble greiitl) fin pit"! prislue-tlo- n of m'.r' il r.nd at for this ii.i Psssrd Up Tempting Offer. the siiine time giving xiitlsfuctory hull- ivmt.m i',.-- .. .i ' dl..-Unive- rsity Bulletin. "V1 esmuii, I..,..'., tens nf thousand" offered to blm for articles I I .il.IWiers. It Is sold Unit nn Amer-- . I! muguzliie proprietor once blm ' 1. Milk iheck ami told ttlen to fill It1 j for any amount he pened so long' be not him L'.iNm words for his mug-- 1 tiAIiUAKI) CIIHTIT fOL'UT. I Mr. f Hailstone rcliinuil thej Inc. I I'ltfs. tur mid the check nlso us blank us ' W. Dailey'a Admr, et at, ': arrived, T. W. Pulley's widow, et al. Hefts. rursuant to a Judgment rendered at the March Term, III lit, the underNEW THREE-PIEC- E signed I'oniiiiiMiiimr will sell at pubSUIT lic auction befure the Court House Door In Ijincnster, Kentucky, at It o duck A, M. on MONDAY, AI'IML UK, 1UI1, it being the first day of the Carrnrd County Court Term, the real etate mentioned in the pleadings and d as follows: KVnin.-ti- In (inrrard Countv. bounded on the East by Faint Lick Creek, on the South by the lands uf II. M. hurtz same recently conveyed to him by Commissioner in this case, on the North by tho t.iml of John Land und Coy Davis. 'IhU being the home phue of the late T. V Daiiey, less the land recently sold to 11. M, Kurtz, containing l acres more or ess. This wile Is to be made by thu boundary, or as a whole und not by the ncre. The purpose of the sale herein is to ilividu the pruieeds theieof among the Join! owners of same, TElt.MS. The sale will be nunle mi u , r..,lil of six months nnd the purchaser will De required to execute bond with an. proved security for the purchase price, said bund hearing six per cent interest from date until paid, huving Here Is one of thost three-ple-o In which u uitln middy blouse, the forcu anil elfect of a ludement mils upon issue, paythat mutches It In color lakes thu able which execution to W, H, Ilrown, Master Complace of the usual Mhlrluulst. This missioner of the Garrard Circuit blouse has u loose, narrow glrdlo of Court, und a lien will upsatin und Imturncd up ut Hie bottom, on the lironertv sold be reserved our- until the forming pockets. Tim coat Is a new chase money is paid. model und In.Wts upuu disclosing Its W. II. IlKOWN, M. C. (J. c. c. satin companion. E. Itobinson, Attorney for I'ltfs. Hew Do You Find li. Neighbor? Snld the facetious f i "The hardest thing lifter make a payment down Is to keep the others up." )u lel ' ' Commissioner's Sale of Land. ry