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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 17, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919041701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 17, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 17. 1919. SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 3. OPENING GARRARD OF BIG THE BIS VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN APRILl FRANCHISE. READY FOR CAMPAIGN FOR CONGRESS COUNTY'S BIGGEST DAY, THURSDAY. PARADE HEADED BY 24. 1919. GOVERNMENT WAR TANK. PROMINENT SPEAKERS TO ALL TO ADDRESS THE POPULACE. KENTUCKY COUNTY DINNER THE DRIVE. Judge Chas. A. Hardin City Council To Sell Telephone Franchise Chairman Moorman an Will Make the Race so ordered at Meetnounces Committees for Congress. Who ing last Friday will be his Succesfor Victory Loan Night. Campaign. sor on the Bench. It is now n certainty that Hon, Chnrlcs A. Hardin, of llnrrodsburg, circuit judge in this district, wil shortly announce officially his candi dacy for Congress to succeed the late Congressman Hcrvey Helm, He is being strongly urged by leaders thru-othe district to enter the contest. Those who are well posted say thnt he is an easy winner and that it is hardly probable that he will have opposition in the final contest. Several have been mentioned as probable candidates but so far none have officially announced. The question now arises who will succeed Judge Hardin on the bench. Hon. Henry Jackson, Judge E. V. Puryear and Hon. John W. Rawlings, of Danville, have been strongly mentioned as probable candidates for the place. As all these gentlemen are the best of friends it is hardly possible that more than one will enter the contest. Hon. Joseph Robinson, editor of the Lancaster Record, is nlso being prominently mentioned. It is said that Gov. A. O. Stanley is almost sure to appoint him ns Judge Hardin's successor in the event Judge Hardin wins for Congress and if he enters the race, which is now an assured fact, there is little doubt about his winning. Danville Advocate. SERVED THE SOLDIERS THE OF GARRARD SERVICE. AND EXPECTED. WHO At nn adjourned meeting of the The mnchlnery for the Liberty TO BE City Council last Friday night to take Loan Drive is being oiled ami every up the matter uf disposing of the preparation is being made for the telephone troubles which seem to be campaign to carry Gnrrnrd County so eminent in the city and county, it over the top with her quota which HAVE was ordered and unanimously voted that a franchise should be sold, which will for a number of years at least, settle the matter that has been a thorn in the flesh of some of the people for the past ten years or more. The Bellini of the franchise seems to meet with the approval of the subscribers of the city, many of whom have expresseil the opinion that this should be done and u rate fixed in the franchise thai v. ill be satisfactory to the patrons and one that will be bid on by prospective buyers. The rate of $1.50 for private phones and $2.00 a month for busi-nes- s houses seems to be the rate that should be inserted in the franchise, that is from the subscribers point of view, and which rate should give the public free service to all phones of the county. .Mr. It. II. Tomlinson, the City Attorney, is ordered to prepare the franchise and he is to be assisted by Judge I. - Walker and W. F. Champ, they haring been appointed by .Mayor Duncan last Friday night to assist him in this work. has been apportioned $108,050. This is nearly $10,000 less than the Fourth Liberty Loan and knowing ones tell us nnJ we believe it to be true that the good and patriotic people of Garrard will not waver when called upon to subscribe for this the last loan that will be asked of the people. The terms of the Loan, ns announc ed by Secretary of the Treasury, Carter Glass, are the most liberal ever yet offered. HE HE ARE THE HIGH SPOTS. Quota for Nation $4,500,000,000 Quota for Fourth Dist. $450,000,000 Quota for Garrard Co., $108,050 Maturity (maximum) Years 4 4 Interest per cent. No Over Subscription will be taken, The County Chairman has named the following District Chairmen to look nftcr the work in their respective districts. District; W. F. Champ; Paint Lick, Itice Woods; Bryants-villJ. Hogan llnllard: Buckeye, A. T. Sanders; .Miss Sue Shelby Mason, secretary of the organization. RETURNED FROM EVERYBODY WELCOME The day of nil days will he pulled off in Ijincastcr next Thursday. April 21th. Stundiiin room will hi-- at a premium and thu crowd will he punned into thu stuburlis. So mote it be. Everybody ami the cook is expected and you will want to come when we tell you a little farther down this column what is Kointf to lie done. The purpose of this ureal celebration is to welcomt; home the boys of Clarrard County, both white and colored, who have returned from across the seas and from the camps, at the same time it will mark the opening of the Liberty Loan Campaign. On this day at 11! o'clock the ladies of the local Red Cross will serve a dinner to all the soldier boys, and every boy It will be a Garrard county is expectetl to be at that dinner. Kentucky dinner and when this is said, why say more. The only passport you soldier boys will need will be your uniform, anil it will insure you a Kood dinner. This means both white and colored. y J in t this is not all. Head what this says. At o'clock on this day, next Thursday, April i!4th, there will arrive in this city, one of thu United States Army Tanks, including a bunch of soldiers, who have had experience at the front with this very tank. Think of it: what you will miss if you don't Ket here. Immediately after it arrives on the train from Richmond it will be unloaded and driven of its own momentum, to the public square, where a parade will be formed, led by this tank, followed by the two hundred Garrard County soldiers who are expected here on that day. After the parade is over, a number of speeches will be heard by men of prominence, the names of whom we are unable to give at this time. It will be a ureal day and everybody should welcome this day and show to our boys that their services have not been in vain, but are remembered by friends and loved ones and show to them your appreciation by attending this great celebration. REMEMBER THE DATE, NEXT THURSDAY, APRIL 24th. ten-thirt- THE PRICE OF JEACE". Great Wai' Picture to be Shown Next Tuesday Afternoon. Cant. Joseph E. Tor-rento Speak. ce As a preliminary to the opening of the Victory Loan Drive in Garrard county, there will be shown at the Roman's Opera Houe next Tuesday afternoon that great war picture, "THE PltlCIl OK PEACE" gotten Mr. V, A. Price's Sun Jay School class nnJ I lie ('. K. Girls will haw nn exchange in Hnselden's window, April 19th. i Commencement Ser- mon by Dr. Bush. Dr. Ilenjamin J. Hush, pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church, Ky., will preach the sermon to the graduating class of the High School, Sunday evening, June 1, 8 p. in. Dr. Hush is one of the most popular preiuhers In Kentucky. Lancaster will be delighted to hear him again. Cow with MILK COW FOR SALE. second calf ten day old Sound und alright Will Hell at a bargain if taken within the next few days. Itice and Phone 347-A- ., $75.00. I'clphrey, four miles out on the Buck-ey- e pike. It. Oversea Boys Return. Jim Miller und Ed Moberly, two I well known local colored hoys have recently returned home after receiv1. Paint Lick Graded School, j ing their discharge from the uriny. Thursday April 17th, S o'clock. have seen service I lloth of these bos 2. Iluckeye Baptist Church Sat- -' overseas, in fact have been right in urday, April 10th, 8 o'clock. They are this thick of the lighting. it. Lancaster Court House, Thursentertaining their friends with blood, 1th. April seen nt the day curdling experiences 4, House, MonLancaster front and lire proud of their oversea day April 28th. Court helmets, which they haw with them. I - Speaking Dates in Vic tory Loan Campaign. Noted Men To Speak. Victory Loan Quota For Garrard County. .Men noted all over the world will in be speakers at the Celebration Garrard's Quota for the Fifth LibColumbus, from June 20 to July 111, erty Loan is $108,050. .Miof the centcnial of Methodist With the lojnl support of all our who citizens, this amount will be easily those ssionary work. Among have promised to speak are General i overscribod, Leonard Wood and William J. llryan. The Bonds are four year issues, It is expected that General Pershing be.inng 4 Il- per cent interest, tax-iiblwill speak if he gets back to Ameror, H :i- -l per cent ica in time and other soldiers and llotli issues lire changahle and statesmen are being pledged to attend out especially to be used in the interest of the Victory Loan. This picture has never been shown and we predict that the house will be packed us never before to see this wonderful picturization. There wilt be no charge and there will be no soliciting for subscriptions at this meeting. Wonderful as the picture is, it is only a curtain raiser, to what will follow, for on that same afternoon at the same place, one of the greatest heroes of the war will address the citizens of the town and the county. e, This ihtsoii is Capt. Joseph II. Cav. 17. S. A., who in addition to his ability ns n speaker, has perhaps seen more active service in the war than anyone in this part of the state. He went through the seige of Verdun, the Meuse, Chateau Thierry anil the Argoynne Forest and received ninny wound. As a result his left arm is shattered ami paralyzed, and his recount of his experiences are interesting indeed. The following Is his war record: "Ordered to France, August 1017. Served three months in the first part of the battle of Cambrni while serving with the "3rd Battery Itoyal Scotch", "The Kilties" the "Women from Hell". Entered the trenches with the 1st American troops, the 1st. Div A. K. F. Commanded a detachment of Scouts and Snipers in the first American attack at Cantigny, .May :18th, 1918. Commanded Scouts and Snipers in the first Allied drive nt Soissons, Chateau-ThierrHheims, July 18th, 1018. Wounded severely nt Chateau-Thierry, in the 2nd battle of the Marne, July 18th, 1018. Cited for "Conspicuous Gallantry In Action" by Lieut. Gen. It. U Hub lard, at Cantigny. .May 28th. 1018. Recommended for the Distinguished Cross, by .Major General Hanson K. Kly nt Cantigny. .May 28th, 1018. Decorated with the Croix-d- o Guerre by General Margin, commanding the 10th French Army for Soissons und Chateau-Thierr- y on July 20th, 1018, Served 11 months in France, 11 months at the Front." MAT COHEN Speak Here Court To Day. PROF. BRIDGES To Leave Richmond. Big: Banquet. WELCOME And Recognition for all Garrard County Sailors and Marines. Every man in Garrard County who wore the uniform during the wur is requested to report in Lancaster, Thursday, April 24th. 0 A. M. You are asked to report in person, by phone or letter to Private Ben Woods, at Mcliobcrts Drug Store, lis soon as you read this, that you will be present on the above dute. You are to come and stay all day. The Ited Cross will furnish dinner free of charge. Capt. J. M. Acton will be in charge. A noted speaker Is to express the people's heart-fel- t welcome to you. So come on to LANCASTER the 24th. WK AKE GETTING HEADY FOR YOU. First Million Secured. y Two Resign. which they were ever connected. Although the intensive drive of the Dr. J. A. Anion and Dr. W. SI. great .Methodist .Missionary Centen-ur- Elliott have resigned as members of is not tto tuke place until the the Hoard of Trustees of the Lancasthe tint million ter Graded .School. This will be week of .May of the fifteen millions to be secured learned with regret us both liav done ill the Cincinnati Areu (Ohio, Ken- splendid service in the interest of the tucky and southern Indiana), is al- reboot iiiul their resignations can One man gave only be ussuaged by the appointment ready subscribed. $100,000, and another $50,000; six- of J. It. Iluselden and L. G. Davidson teen churches have completed their' to serve out their unexpired terms. The snhninlm.iil nt .I....... ...... entire quotas up to April 3rd. Lead-eof the Church are reporting that tlemen will meet with the hearty this world wlJe movement for Chris- probation of the patrons and we pre tian reconstruction has arousej more dict even greater progress for the Interest than any movement with school under their watchcare and n leadership. The condition of wheat in Kentuc ky ns a whole is most excellent, after a remarkably favorable fall, winter dna spring. Rye passed the winter in good condition too, but as most of Kentucky's rye is grown on heavy clay soils that heave rather badly the Friday afternoon that Well No. 1,1 average condition of rye is slightly came in nnd is believed by experts to 1 ""rrC1 , ' " c." ' ,n- The first annual sale of the Brad-- 1 lower than wheat. T i tn k ,e.., ....m am v. ,, Wheat now shows n condition of le s,,aw AucrJe(;ll.AnBU, caUle will ue plugged and the drilling outfit i ,,,,,,, in thi c j, luth 103 per cent compared to 100 per 0 FrK moved nbout two hundred yards from Lml cent at this time last year and a o thu pi b , bc the first well. Drilling has already est events of condition of 84 per cent. this character ever pull- - Rye is 1!- -. 1. ........ ..- -I 100 per cent now compared to .Li K 'l of the the woods", , nearly 01 per cent this time last year ,.y ,w em, oi w,e wee uno.ner we.. Tm.ir lllhcrtjscmt,nt ,,,, in this w.ll be reported. and nn nverage condition of 8G per of thc ,!t.cor1 am, wj during the hist ten years. Wheat m t'ncn succeeding issue until the cent C are in 1 hlS. OOme LOW TL ,alu ,,f at., jt contnins some In- - and ryenil parts excellent condition in of the United States, reading and we want every nearly Jim Beazley must have sold the wheat showing nn nverage condition best milk cow in the world, if what! render of the Record to peruse it of almost 100 per cent for the United he tells about her is really true and ue carefully. They have entered in this salet States ns u whole and rye nearly 01 do not doubt it, nor do his friends. per cent. forty-tw- o head of their choicest cows He says that she is now giving seven Farmers, traders und others thru-ou- t heifers, together with five bulls. gallons of milk a day undof course as and Kentucky now report that there They have Leen carefully selected. the days get longer, she will naturnre on the farms 2 per cent more ally give more. His only reason for from such tribes as, Blackbirds, brood sous than at this time last year, Prides Aberdeen, of selling her was thnt he didn't have Blackcaps, which wits u high year, while for the Heather Blooms, United States ns a whole the time to milk her, nor was he able to Queen Mothers, number provide enough utensils to hold thu Duchesses and Bruce Hill Violets. shows less thnii 1 per cent Increase These valuable cuttle contain the milk. over the high number of 1010. She is of thc Holsteiti strain, he same blood that is commanding thes Farm labor is only 85 per cent norshow-ringsays, and of course gives struined uttention in all the big sales und mal in Kentucky now In total availthroughout the country. Make able supply, milk. He stated to friends this mornand less than 85 normal ing that he milked seven gallons of it a point to attend this sale and supply throughout the United States write to the owners for a catalogue, as u whole. On thc other hand strained milk from her yesterday and the nut n very good day for milking demand for farm labor is 2 per cent more than normal in Kentucky and either. The State Normal School at Richmond are now the owners of this This issue of the RecorJ contains nearly 2 per cent more than normal valuable cow, for which they paid Mr. twenty pages and comes in two sec- in the entire United States. Beazley $226.00, he reserving thc tions. We are really proud of it. Labor, including discharged solcalf, which has ulso been sold for We insist that our readers study diers, shows a great Inclination to $30.00, making a total of $255.00 every page und read the advertise- seek the cities and towns and even ments of our py' rons and some of former farm workers usually seek for the cow and calf. It it understood that Mr. Beazley the bargains they are offering through city jobs In preference to going buck will Invest this small fortune in Vic- these columns. It will mean money to the farms. tory Bonds. H. K. BRYANT, Field Agent. to you and will mean money to them. Friends here of Professor D. W. Bridges, will be interested in the folCommissioner of Agriculture, Mat lowing which we clip from the RichS. Cohen will aJdress the farmers of mond Daily Register. At a meeting of the City Board of Garrard county at the court house next county court day at two o'clock. Education the resignation of D. W. Mr. Cohen Informs us it will not be Bridges, superintendent of the city a political speech, but will be devot- schools, was uccepted, to take effect ed to the agricultural interests of the nt the close of the present term. county. He wishes every farmer in Prof. Bridges has accepted a similar the county to be present anil says he position with the city schools ut May-field and will take charge has a message for them that will be of that place about July 1. Since coming to to their interests. Richmond from Lancaster eight years ago, Prof. Bridges has had wonderful success with the local schools and the The Cecil will case which has been city will lose a valuable eJucator on trial at Danville for the past two when he leaves. A number of eduweeks, resulted in a hung jury yes cational changes have been made for terday and the jury was discharged, i the betterment of the school svstem. It is understood that seven of the nnd his policies have always been of jury were for sustaining the will nnd the most advanced ideas. He had re- five were for breaking it. cently been by the local board for a term of two years, and nt a considerable advance in salary, but the new proposition was so much Our former countyman, Mr. Fraz-ic- r in accord with his ideas on the presHurt, was down from Crab Or- - ent educational problems he deemed rhnnl vpsterilnv and is chuck full of 11 ,utsl. .10 accept me oner as It came oil enthusiasm and wants some of his t0 njm Gurnird county friends to get in the game. He engaged space on the back rjge of this issue lo tell his friends about it and is offering a few more hnrcs nt their par value. He represents the Mason's Gap Forty-Tw- o Be Oil nnd Gas Co, nnd tells us on Inst Hung Jury. About forty members of the various committees of the Victory Lib erty Loa attended a banquet at the Kcngnrlan last night, being guests of the County Chairman, Dr. J. R. A very enthusiastic meet Moorman. ing it was. Several talks were made during the evening and plans outlineJ for the coming drive, which all were unanimous in saying that it would be easy sailing and that Garrard county would come up with her quota as usual. The dinner served was all that could have been asked and the decorations in the dining room were highly complimented, all of which added more pleasure to the delightful occasion. BECIN FEEDING YOUR PICS soon as they will eat. Keep him growing. When you begin feeding them give a little B. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDER every day. Corrects indigestion, tonic and tissue builder. Expels worms. W. A. Dickerson. Oil Situation Good. U. S. DEPARTMENT ... Of Agriculture Bureau of Crop Estimates. ABERDEEN ANGUS SALE. Head To Sold At Auction. T '7 "k t'lnK Your Money's Worth. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 17, 1919. Easter ' nils ! SUITS LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDS We have your Spring Suit in Stock, ready for you to put on. art SShaffner and. 2MEarx fPf CcniJtt have supplied us with a beautiful line of fine all wool suits for the Hastei trade, Waist Line Coats are going good now and we have some excellent models which are sure to please. MENS AND YOUNG MENS SUITS TO I BOYS KNEE TO S20.00 $45.00 $5.00 $18.00 ' $4.00 TO $10.00 Iflllul Sctutts-- r Si Mux Our Men's Furnishings are of Superior Quality and have been selected with the utmost care. We will be glad to serve you now while stock is full and complete. .,n,U IV!lUll!clulliKf V Mm The House of Quality. s Classified Column JAS. W. SMITH CARE IN HANDLING MACHINES for Hatching, at $1.00 per setting. Mrs. llettie Hill. I FOR SALE: Hull Orpington eggs Lancaster, Kentucky. "FLU" United States Railroad Administration. The State Hoard of Health, the Approximately $100,000,000 Constitutes Director General of Railroads United States Public Health Service ' Annual Loss Due to Lack of LOST on the streets of Lancaster, and the Red Cross are united in this Good Shelter. last Friday, a pocketbood with about RATES i appeal to every citizen of Kentucky Sll. or $12. Please return to this of (Prepared by the UnltM Stales Depart- - to help in lessening the spread of in& Single insertions lc a word mtnt of Agriculture ) fice or Russ Floyd, R. F. I). 1. fluenza and the development of A certain farmciulptiicut dealer bus No ad taken foress than 20c pneumonia. Leghorns FOR SALE: Brown Dne record customer who buys h new in this column. No ads in this Nearly four hundred thousand Ken in pure bred. Eggs $1.00 for 15. hinder eery tlirtv )ears, and who at tuckians suffered from these diseases column charged. Mrs II. M. Kurtz, R. 3 one time was In debt for three binder Phone 387-Lancaster, Ky. uhlch he purchased In a p.'rlo.l of last Jcnr, and fourteen thousand died Seven insertions for the Trnin No. 9 southbound will leave Lancaster at 8:47 P. M seven ) cars. This farmer uses a ready- - j f rom them, Deaths and sickness price of live. registered Holstein made apple tree us a shelter for bis caI, be greatly lessened this year if I will stand my I'hone orders must be paid Bull at $1.00 cash or $1.50 when calf grain harvester. When one tree rots liach inilivi,uai wi) ,0 nj5 ,,art in instead of 8:42 P. M. he plants another. .nd although he ' . , promptly. . wlem' comes. Fee insures a living call. I..M, always Dan Ray, McCreary, Ky. and his family work hard, Havc yos-Iand family and Train No. 10 northbound will leave Lancaster at 4:40 A. paying lat season's .lelns will, next every one uepemicni upon you inocu year's Income. Why Isn't be success Am standing a good Hereford Bull ful 7 lated at once. Nearly live hundred M. instead of 4:53 A. M. FOR SALE 1 pair of extra good Mrs. llettie Hill, 1G hand, mare at $1.00. If the agricultural Implements hlch thousand hac been inoculated in coming Lexington pike near MarKsbury. have rusted and rotted to pieces In Kentucky. Very few of these have Bryantsville, mules. I'hone 37-F- ., fence corners and barnyard, could be developed inlluenza, and less than B. I. Swopc. An Advantage. MaImperative. ..,...... . I. -- t a dozen have had pneumonia. . .. Mill .I' We are standing a good Aberdeen ' J. M. Metcalf, Surveyer, 25 years Angus terial for inoculation is furnished free glass,, ;. tlut they up a go,' "'n;''''' '" h.1,.1,.,,,Bull at $1.00 cash at the gate. ' experience. Blue prints furnished. Co deal of face.-K.- ,r,:., by the State Board of Health. r,nn "'rIndustrialist. Am and Ed Bourne, thing alone? How inurli lirsdvii.)' ran I'hone All calls answered promptly. If tr your doctor ami be inoculated. one mini unit,!' In cutting ilnwn a for- On the New Danville pike, 185, Stanford, Ky. you are not able to pay for the ser,, Even Used to Run Away. i ,,Mil There must That vwn the .inly horseless ear-vile, go to our Health Officer and ,nrn-rlngFOR SALE: Rubber tired storm ,,,t,..n,11 e registered FOP. SALE: Three have it done without cost. Avoid visretrlned in leat one l.tirii. ter-- t Also set of Aberdeen-Angu- s bull calves. Ready buirv in fine condition. the iting the sick, especially if they have Istle of Us liiinoralile prislis'.-snr- . heavy harness and set of light har Mineral Like. Harry Frye, for service. lit.ro.. Is Mln I l the following Item colds or sore throats. apply Reconl office. A '"ko ,"'"r "Sl.nr. Snslat. hew .... Hubble, Ky. ness, It is frequently difficult even for r written In I'.sn- "The claim inle.n..d ,m" " '"' ,f"1"n'1 with an doctor to tell a bad cold from mild h) the earlv pl.m.'cr. thatIlk. autonio. "l'hnte. and the deH,st, S. C. Rhode Island Reds, choice a We need at not run PAINTERS WANTED: influenza, Pneumonia, nearly t.lle M.ul.l dl.pro,.,! nun) ml l.i.rs. ' in n'"1 "'""''l- - the rt!OT "'" l.y nil. Is once twenty first class painters at 50 strain. Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1 eHrl every case, is following neglected ''"phale. .Mrs. E. W. Perkins. enr... Aen.unl, of ...itom.il.ll,. run-- i". ';; ".''y, H cents an hour. tn the mild inlluenza. If you take cold; in the dally nw Phone are not lufr. 1 anil Wall Paper Co, Star Route, Lancaster, Ky.. Winchester Paint 1 "iil'iiu. .r ..no. ill (.no- liu home for the safety of the I hi... lievlew Bryantsville exchange. 17-2- L l..grn,hy mid otl,. r Industrial pur. Winchester, Ky. 40-community, to a wrll ventilated room by yourself for the safety of jour Use Reason. FOR SALE: , Patriotic Address. Barred Plymouth family mid to your bed for your own rio Mi ilulnn mIiooI leiicl.er leo I Youe got to Icuwii .niir unrk with Von Moltke's Carrullty. rock eggs. 15 for . Baby chicks safety. urn ' planning and th.iiivht. A llrcf,.w 1'1,-Iiir.il on it... cmi.sl !,., 10c. each. Phone 382-Mnrshal on MollLt hiis n iiudli-ii.e- . do the business un2 Send for your doctor. Ill the mini of few words. nlthls ago to a Inrg,. It I. said Hint Mrs. Taylor House, Lancaster, Ky. l.s. conker docsnt ...12''. TV. 'jf-H,- vv.' 3 2- - , you are unable to get him. n.urse of li r. murks lie paid a glow- - j n man who knew hit., well one., mm,, til beat Is upplled. If M0-3t-pli.g iill.iiie to mr country, and It Um wager that In proposing n toast to lose of castor oil take i 4. Drink water freely, and eat reLT. it.il ti.nt eieotioil) In tin I nlt.sl i tho kaiser tin .. s,,l,ll, r woul.l not To Kill Plant Lice. Don't Walt Until the Last Minute to t. line rensmi use more than eight or tiltie words. soups, eggs and other soft food, salt Mntis were nut on a ci.ettis plant To kill See That Implements Arc In Good v... ke. p so fur , hi'Mil of the ..tl.cr tin. Oil this occasion, howerer. It hnpp. n.-- d Accoring to City Ordinance now in spray It with n very weak solution f eil to taste. Working Order. effect, all hogs must be moved out of linn to 2 per cent. This solution placed end to end, they whiskey. 5. Avoid It neither tlotis,upsaid he, ts lieeaus.' we nr. get- that hi add. .1 lo his usual phrase the would prohahly ting ami goitii tu work every morn- w..r.l ".Melno ll.rru." the city by May 1st. tieutlenieii. s lid to be perfectly harmless in the stretch from here to Infinitum. Ap- prevents nor cures inlluenza, ing while the folks around the other The loser retnark.sl; L. E. Herren. Chief of Police. il ei Imt to kill the pill" lice. Mt is side i. Stay in bed until the cold $ 1(K.M Ht. proximately Constitutes of the world are Just going to "Von .Moltke's aging, lie's getting the annual loss due to lack of care In well, and if you stay by yourself, the hod.- - Ili.gwalliiw K.'iitiicklai. garrulous I" handling farm machinery a tribute to chances arc you will not develop methods. The aver- - 'pneumonia 3 age farmer will sit up nil night to save ; ..., .... '.V. ,,, " tliM HfM .if ii ,1.ii..il,l e.il r If...... of pig, and think nothing of It. yet ' bt'cn .inoculated, you are practically the mi me iiiiiii will hegru.lge the tlina ceruun nut iu ul'viui ju.i'uuiuiim. Cover your nose and mouth with and labor necessary to haul valuable JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF tool, from the Held, lo proper shelter. your handkerchief when sneezing or coughing, und persuade others to do so, Dun't go whero crowd, are, and FOOD INSPECTION EXTENDED if you find yourself where someone is leave Service of Bureau of Markets Now sneezing and coughing, Covers 45 Receiving Markets-W-ork Is Broadened. I Local epidemics of influenza are now occurring and are likely to oc(Prepared by the L'nlttil HUtri Depart cur from time to time for the next men. or Krituiiure.i The fowl products Inspection service) two or three yeurs, but they can be of the bureau of markets, United avoided by any community, family States department of agriculture, lia or individual if they will do these been extend.sl until It now covers 45 things. large reciting market. As shippers He inoculated today. mid recelwrs become iie.pialnted with Arthur T. JlcCormack, the service, whlili supplies n neutral Secretary State Hoard of Health, Inspection of perishables, th condition Major I.. I). Kricks, of shipments Improves, owing to better packing and loading of curs, while the U. S. l'ublic Health Service, operation of tho tcnlce has tcinlctl to It. C. Hullard Thurston. preent loss through dela)s In unload- Asst. Manager Lake Division A. I!. C, ing cars. Although a, first established Tobacco sticks are awfully scarcti this year, and Kentucky, us the service received applications only for those who wait, are troin to lint! it next to impossible from shippers, recent legislation broadThe Dyspeptic Ostrich. ens Its work and applications for Into secure them at all. .If you expect to need them, I.ng ceo the phenomenal x.ucr of spection are now receled from shippers, recelters, dealers, i.ml other In- the ostrldi was Immortalized In the you had better get YOURS NOW. us terest. .) persons, a nominal fee belnf Idiom of all the world's great lanThis is the only car wo have bought, and we guages. To hae the "stomach of an charged In each Instance. o.lrlch" Is the synonym for Incomwill probably be unable to secure another one like it. Among coiiitiiendatlons of the Inspection service received from farmers' parable digestive power. As n matter and shippers' organizations ts the In- of fart, however, tin ostrich. If not dorsement of the American Krult and a confirmed dyspeptic, has a most del. IVF. Vegetable Shippers.' association Id bat. digestion, nnd the successful feeding of ostriches In captivity re fil resolution passed ut a recent vyry , quires constant rare. LOUISVILLE Change NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Effective APRIL 20th. Asfi. ,. ,.lng i.r ".rntl l,,g ,h ' '"'f ti.t i,,,..jr I"' Notice. la EirlE "ft " .,.,. You'll Pick a Winner of HARDWARE, When you choose our immense stock KITCHEN WARE, TOBACCO STICKS $11. FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. Let ftt per Thousand promise you quick service and satisfaction and then Give a chance to keep our Promise. Conn Brothers. "I j irnriri eh AND LET LIVE FOLKS IE S A. M. BASTI1N & CO. ICS TAPESTRYS, VELVETS, AXMINISTERS, WILTONS-Beautif- ul new patterns in all sizcs-Ou- iassortment is larger than any other in Eastern Kentucky. prices are cheaper -- That is another reason why we sell more rugs. We invite YOU to our Rug Department Our and allow us to prove our statements. He sure you see our line of 9x1 2 Wilton's at 47.50. KARPEN UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE DAVENPORTS, DUOFOLDS AND DAVENETTES. HARROWS 111 : : BUGGIES ROOFING CEMENT Get the best and only pay WHY PAY MORE Tobacco Setters (Hemis) only $00. Tobacco Setter (Tijrer) only $85. Old Hickory Wagons 2 1 only $115.00 Ground Harley per 100 pounds $3.00. Dolly Varden Flour $1.50. Granti. Suar per 100 lbs, only $10.50. Xavy I'cans, only 10c lb. Clover Seed only $20.00. 1 ft Fence 45 and 55c We Pay the Freight. 3-e FEEDS Shorts only $2.85. Tuxedo Chop o":ily$3.00 Ground Barley only $3.00 Hen Feed only Seed Oats only $3.05 S3c ! DI.c Harrow Disc $.17.50. by itself. We carry n complete!0'1 I I Hiirrows $52.50. you any These to to m,r f,talio"- k.tiiku only $5.50 a what it is worth. We car- Wo can tfivo stock of cheaper vehicles also.' Can j;ive you anything you! 2! siiiaie. ry Speeds Portland and 28 pitiKu only $5.75 a Miiiare. our price is only kind prices yon art1 want. Let ns figure with want. Conic and let us show you. lyotir entire you on 80 CTS PER BAG Lime We are hcr.diiuartera for all kinds of Feeds and can save you Real Money. delivered eiiuipment. We your station. icati save you money. Ask us about fertilizing. for Get your order in now for that DODGE CAR. That is the only way you can be sure. : : 5 : z i I WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STOR "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. GREAT SPRING RALLY thousand, one hundred Four hundred and seventy-liv- e e Sunday School people request your presence at and Church and Sunday School, Somewhere in Kentucky, on lifiy-thie- Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Mr nnd Mrs. N. K. llocic and Mrs. '!olvrt Lone were iruests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill. i!ev. Lawson of Gcorcctown and Miss llarbara (iulley were week-enguests of Misses Salhe Lou Teater d spirits lin. GER NEAR. ; COUGHING SPELLS METHODISTS TO DO TOLD GO MAY 4, 1919 Contents of Cofl'in turns Tut a stOT to thc:n with old r:'-!-5 Kr. Klr.jj'a Ksw Out to be Corpse of Discovery SOMETHING and Kthc! l!ny. Messrs Smillie Hill, J. R. Kay and Mrs. l'ermelia Hot;ie attended the funeral of her brother, Mr. Shelton Teater, 'at Uohon, April 0th. Handicap Wcr 'i ivti.te. lin fill-cWin n a liani'lcnp I. v.r .vhitli w p. .iit Mice,--- . .leiermlna-thlpn Lai mm'i ih.' lent: It ihisM I" make n 'inle Iiamh Willi th" hlmlraii"' iukI "Thank j on! You him. IhlpiHi 1. 1. fit duel" Canning In India. MIsMontirlc'f t" India linu . . iiiilin: inovenieiit nniiin THAT IS SENSATIONAL K T. BUROE, MISSIONARY, SAVt "Jimmie Taylor". ' With whiskey nt 'JO a quart, in nust le Uosc..d. 'Hut coujli must lleconstruction Days follow War "Kxecpt the Lord build the be c'iccl..d to wu can rjjep. ccrtnin "arid" communities, various in vain that build it". house they labor L'r. K'.i'i .cv l.scovcry Iiaa been strange things transpire. rc!icvi.-- 2 ir.d coughs for half a THKItr'FOUK. ACCF.I'T THIS .MA.N'IFOI.D INVITATION! Consider that recent funeral part) cintury irHns'- -t ths least disagreeable out in Oregon. The Kentucky Sunday School Association, Inc. Yovr c' :t !::s It becat:s it U It win a small hut very sorrowful in t'2 ilccaci a party. It came north from San Franclter-tiert- s, rocthed. "H't 'l'.t !.ocrre throst rr.ust be pUccm-loadcd clcst CHURCH MUST KEEP PACt WITH WORLD, WHICH IS DOINt THINGS DIFFERENTLY NOW, 01 FALL HOPELESSLY BEHIND. Appeals to Church to Make Supremi Effort and Sacrifice at This Tim to Christianize World and Present Arms. U I Mil I 'i DELCO-LIGH- T Increases Farm Efficiency plants in operaFifty thousand Dclco-ligh- t tion on Amsrtcan farms are saving at the estimate, an hour a day most each or owr IS.000,000 work hour a xar. Thai h toaal to an army of 60,000 mm working ttn houn a day for a full month. ' Delco-Ligh- t is a complete electric light and power plant lor Linns and suburban home. It furnishes an abundance of clean, safe, economical light, and 0ieratcj pump, churn, cream keparator, washing machine and other appliances. lu'lilini' rural stores, garages, It it churches, schools, army camp and railway stations. conrtie CENTRAL KENTUCKY LIGHT & POWER COMPANY. W. S. SMATHERS, Local Representative. cisco with n corpse. The corpse rode in the baggage car ahead, ami the mourners rode in the 1'ullman behind but occasionally, nt division points, peeped in the baggage ear to see that their lamented friend was still with them. With ilue solemnity, aye with unusual respect from express messengers for the corpse was said to have die. I the party arsuddenly of influenza rived at Portland and paced their sorrowful walk up nud down the station platform, while the corpse was being unloaded. And Just then one of the impromptu pallbearers slipped, the coffin was given a lurch, ami strangely the corpse gu reeled. And ghostly holluw sort of n gurgle it w HS. And one of the pallbearers, who ur.s nlso a deputy sheriff working on a commission basis, said, "Oh ho". Ami u nearby detective echoed, "Ah ha". And ii third slander by, who was u federal olficer, reached for his nail puller without comment. Ho in the soft murk of u tjpicnl Oregon nftcinoon, these callous folk unwrapped the winding sheet, ami discovered the List remains of une Jimmy Taylor, eight years old, and 10, proof, with n government bonded warehouse birth "vertilicute to prove it. Indeed this strange colfin held numerous members of the once well known Taylor tribe. And then they invited the mourners to thu wnke; or set out to do so, but the mourners hail keen u ghost the day of miracles had returned; the eplrits of the departed had been made Manifest, and so they went away. Doubtless, like n "certain young man", exceedingly sorrowful. Keep the bowt'a on cchctlule tints x.tth IJr. Kinc's New.ifa Tills, the ryitcm freed from poisonous wattes, tr.c conplcxtlon c! ar, the ctomach iTOt, t'le tonrio imcoatcd, the breath untainted. Mild yet ixjiitn e in action. Try this for Constipation i 1JUCKEYE Jlrs. Mollie Hrown is Mike Kay. isitincr Mrs. i' "U started the mi-- i. The product! are put up ae- us to the i!liveilen put nut by t'nltid States ilcpartuiciit of agrl-- , me. Yen'r- - tj eh are m li m! don't know In heolih rleli'ln a h.r.-- f and MUs. KIsIc Whittaker is visiting happy finally, rh h In friends rich hi Mrs. It. W. Sanders. inuiieiuv anil stiirinrj In lhlr Miss S.illie Noel visited her cousin rlili In the .ilrlr of charity and brotherly love. These same men Aliss I'attic I.oni; Sunday. may be pour In t' Is world's pHds, .Miss Hemic liro.iddus spent Sun-- i bill they're rich. Jnt ihe same. i.y with Miss Louie llrowu. rrosiiinn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Hay and family were in llichmond Monday. Worthy Mate of Great Writer. Mr. W. II. Culley boucht from Mr. James- llussell Lowell's first wife. Maria White liwell, ni also n poet. Caheart cow for jlSo.UO Stee A smiill collection of lur verses print- Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Sanders were ' ' " V", " Lexlnuton. lat week on business. . Mr. Heather Irvine sold n horse to forsottrn. One copy of It l preseru-'" "rchlies of the New York public Will Wnldcn of Damille price 51.ir,. library. She was the daughter of n Mrs. Mul Carter and Mrs. .Marion farmer In Wiitertnwii, Man. In letters llrowu were uets Friday of Mrs. to n friend, when Lowell was llrst "npialiited with Mnrtn, he fnld: i Mrs. S. N. Morford and son. were JS,m1;.,t!'.,w'i "lort' Iu,c,rJ' '""' quests last week of her dauirhter, Mrs. j I Clyde Urumlield. Not Much of i Pusher. Mr. nnd .Mrs. A. C. Miles attended ,, It was Ihe elevated nation at 8:30 the funeral of Mrs. Sadie .Vest .klltly moralll.. Tho advice of Nicholas. llle. Sunday. ,r,h K,lari, 10 1L..p!l ,.oso tin- Mr. and Mrs. (!, W. Itajs, Mrs. Norajgntes of the rear ears wus an eduru-Teate- r and Miss Kthel Kay wero in 'thai In Itself. Hut he hud n competl. :,"r 1,1 n girl who was doing her valiant l).inille Wednesday. tuti. lllwll llllkll ' kill tn ..II Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Culley and j ,.,,,,,, mnscullno beside of sou, were gucsLs Sunday of Mr. and her. In u olce he replhil Mrs. Henley Whittuker. that he was pushing. Hack came the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kay are the swift retort: "Vou make me tired? proud parents of a little daughter, Von push like u Jell) IMi !" New York Sun. April 3rd. who Mabe ll Sum.' nu rtfl. l'laus of the .Methodist Kplseopa. Church, South, Indicate that their flelj of uork will grtatly broaden lu tin ncxi few months and will Includt fcurope and Itussla. "The Methodist Cburcu has oeea plodding along lot manj jeaig and .Lis made a record that eury .Methodist Is Justly proud " 11 T- - "urso. the Siberian I Cross. In a "uu ".''' Im. quarters In NasMllIo. "It Is time, honeier, for tha Methodist Church to do something sensational and unusual. All the world Is doing th'tys differently now and the organltatlun that caunoti keep pacu must fall behind. We should go Into Iho countries of Kuropo and Itussla, be ploreers lu a work that might mean more t0 prevent luture wars than the ot .Nations. Chrlstlaidio and pducatB the peo'les 0f Iho world and there will bo no 'nore wars. Hut !t we have harmuny by threats aud fear and by constant show ot force, I kro no reo' on why it might not be ono-.be- r quostlou of scrap of paper." "Hut It woald be madness to attempt any work In Siberia or Itussla at this time. No complete or Intelli gent Investigations ran bo made until ordnr Is restored, and from wtktt I lime seen It will be months befor that task Is accomplished. The campaign for thlrty-f- l million dollars ta be conducted May 18 to :5 till go a long way toward solrlng a big prob! j that has just been recelicd at letur ", from Vladhosloifc head- ,.uk'e "Keep In mind alwayi that the com pinion of the world has cntlrelj rhangeit and that tint only must there Ik complete reorganliatlon in economic, political and social conditions but irrtrt particularly In religious core Cltlonr arrived " .iivssuim The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Apr 17 1919. WINTER and HARLAN COALS. COAL NOW JEL-LIC- O seasons supply as early as possible. We carry the Famous RED STAR BLOCK as well as the best STRAIGHT CREEK Mine owners all unite in saying that coal will be higher after June 1st and much higher this Fall than now, because of labor shortage and labor unrest. We advise buying your i HUDSON, HUGHES & FARNAU jj Telephone No 26. CHAPEL. DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE FIELD SEEDS. SAVING CEREALS FROM SMUT LOSS I Lancaster, Ky. i LAWSON Mr. Ycatrer it very low. Mrs. John Dudderar is recovering from an attack of bronchitis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Clouse and son, Misa Eva Merryman visited her sister, Mrs. T. A. Green near Carters-vill- c. Jim Henry, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill .Matthews nnd daughter, Arleigh, Miss Ocie Dudderar will leave in a spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Lcn few days to visit her sister, Mrs. Chat. Cobb. Napier, who resides in Hamilton O. I.elah and Eva, the two little daughters of Mr. Harve Payne are critically ill of measles and pneuMr. J. I. Foley visited friends at monia. Kirksville Sunday. Mr. Bailer Anderson, Mrs. Sallie Mirs Rose Turner was the guest of Miller and Mrs. Eli Elam and daugh- Mrs, Robert Ward, Wednesday. ter, Sallie were in Richmond, shop-pin- t; Misses Anna Mae and Jean Ilroad- Saturday. dus were shoppers at Danville Friday. Ground Barley Feed best and cheap Mr. William Currey of CofTeyville, est for hogs, wheat middlings, bran, Kansas, is visiting relatives in this Dairy Feed, oats, corn and hay. Hudion, Hughes and Farnau. vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wnrd were Mr. George Lawson died at the home of his daughter.Mrs. Tuck Mil- visitors Sunday of Mr. und Mrs. Noah April Sth. He had been sick Marsee. ler I'oynter anil Mesdames Green several days, but not considered dangerously so his death came as a shock Howard Harvey were visitors at Mc- to relatives and friends. The deceas- Creary, Thursday. ed was 80 years of age and served Mrs. J. I'. K.ley and daughter, Miss his country through the Civil War. Lizzie, were tiunday guests of Mr. He leaves nine children to mourn his and Mrs. Tom Turner. loss, besides many other relatives and Little Miss Ruth White spent the friends. A large crowd gathered at week end with her grand-parentMr. Cemetery where and Mrs. John Broaddus the Preachersville the remains of this old Veteran were Mr. James L. Yantis was the guest laid to rest Saturday of his neice, Mrs. Curt Robinson, at Lancaster. Mr. W. H. Ileazley spent the week SATISFYING RELIEF end at Somerset the guests of his FROM LUMBAGO mother, Mrs. Hayden Waddle. Mrs. Boyd Turner spent several lays the past week with her sister. Sloan's Liniment has tha Mrs. Harve Payne on Fall Lick pike. Flour Obeliik First Ballard's punch that relieves Patent in tacks or barrels. rheumatic twinjea Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. ' This warmth-giving- ;, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice and little congestion-catterig circuhtion-sunLUtinson, Robert Leslie, of Richmond, were remedy penetrates without rubbing rijit to guests Friday of Mrs. Currie the aching spot and brir.es qui:k relief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful help (or ;tu-ncs- s, Mrs. Henry Tuttle who has been crtorJl pains, tprsins, headache. lumbago, bruises. visiting her sister, Mrs. Dan Valen tine, of Knox County, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wurd and chilfamily. The bij bottli ii crenony. dren motored to Halls Gap Sunday mi! spent the day with Mr. und Mrs. Fled Conn. Mrs. Klnia Baker und little son, Hubert, of Judson, who have been visiting Mrs. J. L. Yantis, returned home Wednesday. COY Mr. and Mrs. Will Embry and little daughter, Ruth, have returned on Mr. Lcn Cobb was la Stanford from Floridu nr.d are now with Mr. Monday. and Mrs. Tom Ynntis. Mrs. Dan Hay spent Friday with Misses Mary und Ellen Turner anil with Mrs. Dill Whittakcr. Mers Ezza Fletcher and Charlie Burton spent last Sunday l'uter motored to Buckeye Sunday Mrs. Abe lir parents, Mrs. Lewis Simpson. morning to hear Rev. Dillnrd SebasMr. and Mrs. Jim Matthews spent tian preach. Sunday with Mr. Mose Kay and famSunday School was organized ut ily. ho Autloch School house Sunday Misses Olivia and Hazel I'reston afternoon at 3 P. M. Mr. John Holtz-claof Lancaster is Supt. A good spent Saturday with Miss Mattie crowd was present. liculah Cobb. Mrs. Mat Harvey und I'earl MatthOptimistic Thcus'it ews spent Saturday with Mrs. ElizaWhen sovereignty l divided it ti beth Matthews. very taslly destmjisl, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan und little daughter, spent Sunday with Mr. Uiil tor lnjrs. Advle Whittaker and family. Sims I! wis. tin- - famous Knzl'xh Mrs. It. II. I'reston and sun, spent tenor. I quiiiis! a- - wiving: "A sln-from Sunday until Monday with Mr. viho doe not recite or read 'he Hurt Wylle ut NicholasilIe. u Ming uluud before atvtres ut Mr. It. II. i'reston und ilaughtir, tempting I ho music will never become Tin- - young hinder Int. a great iini-u.- " and Mrs. Squire New by and should lueivurlre u text, should repeat Mary Clouse wire in Lexington on It over mid over aloud, testing the Saturday, matter of emphasis or stress upon Millet, Cow each word to determine Just where It Genuine Tennessee be and Peas, Soy Beans, Red Top and Amber shouldthe Lett the limner amount to five Interpretation to the Cane Seed. inougut. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hurdcttc and children, Mr. end Mis. James Hicks end children, and Mrs. Gussie Crous- horn spent Sunday with Mr. Robert Carter and family. 'Health! A that he hm kidney trnuhle and nrjj to takt tneaaurr a promptly (or hit relirl laaiol a dartfrrowaly unU tik, II lb aidwya re not proper Ik pertorrn.ni their function of CHir1ltia4 produci anJ the blood atrram, poiaoeouB acIJa rrroaia la thr ayttt m an J (tut ncrrouantaa, rheumatic paioi. backachr, laa anrc oiuaclca, a wol It a Joint a. aitlTnraa. pulf locaa uoJcr cita and other wraat aia irinptoaia. , LVcta crt Banking by Mail Safe-Priv- ate & Convenient TMIE MAN WHO SUSn-CT- Simple Seed Treatment Will Pre vent Injury to Different Kinds of Grain Crops. PARASITE IS CAUSE ' iif X,'' ' r $1 ( ' 7 f' fj, ' . a 'y f GUY. K' FUNGOUS JMflfaey pills aatJ rrfulste the htthbv anj Donntl of k!Jat rJ LttJtlrr. t'lintinf clean toga J nrrvra. cltar hraJ. fooJ dilration. active brmia, od all 'ruunJ vltorowa bealrtL. M. W. TaUr. CaUtrt. Ala. ritra- "Mr ailment ia tviJor trouM. 1 trtM three tliflertsH remeOie. but aon five me .(. rclit a YitUy KiJner 1'illa. ndlana eicluaUe of Indianapolis, and Is eafely end conservatively managed, besldee being under U. I. Covelnment aupetvlslon- - Tk. Le 'ho Covernment be our o between by uelna; the Mailmen. Ouf 4 Inveetment te Kuaranteed bj us. Wilta todar lot Infoimsllon. I. ,h. n.nk I Wheat Crop of 1918 Suffered to Amount of 25,500,000 Bushels No Justification for Growing Smutted Grain. (Prepared hr th ment of Agriculture rtffort action lood, Citizens National Bank, CVANSVtllt XKAHI.V J A IMOiAia I Ml.r lINtVHr ni'klNM t'nlted Statu Depart) There are a number of different kinds of smuts which uttack the differwheat, nuts, barley, nnd ent cereal The mot striking feature of r)i these diseases Is the appearance of h lino, dusty material which replace the seed or heads of the grain. Thl dilMy material I the spore or liU-l- i seed of the fungous parasite causes the disease. I'erhap the imwtt serious of thes'e grain mints l the stinking smut or hunt nf wheat. When the wheat tuntures It I found that the Brains ure replaceil by false kernel or smut halls. These are easily broken up In a tine dusty material the smut sjmre. These have a illMiKwatde odor, hence tha common name nf this smut. This odor can readily be detected on the leeward side of n rlpenliiB wheat field. It I ulo very evident during thrashing and on stored train. Estimated National Lou. It Is estlmuted that the uatlonal loss due to wheat smuts principally the stlnklni; smut In the IMS crop ) bushels. The amounted to two states of Minnesota and Nebrukkn hut 8,)U0.O0O buhel of vvheat from stinking smut alone. Ttie etlranted loss from oat smuts In ItilS I 110,000,-Kentlmiited loss bushel, nnd the bushels from barley smut I husliels of the a total of 1I1VI0.C three grains. Loss Is Preventable. iVml pnietlrally all nf that lot could have been prevented easily reventei. There 1 no Justltltntli.il for growing STORMES DRUG STORl?. Not as Interesting. n kieiu th)self Is better than try V honor llhert) to , in final out all about the iielgtilHira, - loliilo lllade. Britisher Has 041 Motor. An Kngllsh engineer ha develops) a nnvil form nf rnlnrv iwitnr linilnt Great Alexanders. four cylinder that operate InsMe tlie Alexander Hell was the great Amer blade uf the propeller. The pniMer Iran who Invented the tiliihi.n. htaite are mude of metal and the ex- whlih Is .till eallisl the It.U telehaust Issues from the end of Hie phone; mid Aleinnder llumliol.li n blades. a liertmin ti.iveler. stntesinau and the nin-- t illstliigii.hisl natiirnllst nf nil Important Rivers. limes, tine nt his mo-- 1 Important .Tut a Kept has luin itutde 'ty wa the drereas. in intensity the Nile, so Misi,Mitninlti ha lieen of the earth's magnetic forte from the nmde by the Tigris nnd The Kiiphr.ili . s,u. to the isjuatnr His most liiipor The view tmt fprwnrd with snine mi taut hiNik, "Kosiaiis " was written in thortty that the river should be kept his seveut) rlflli ear lie did inmli In exclusively for Irrigation and nut lie his hmc life In further the science of depi'inleil upon for transport Is ihnl the world. lei.ged on many ground, one of whlih I that Irrigation and navigation run b effectively mmhlncd, and Indeed made mutually advantageous for many jeurs to come. U set up her Maine ami sound her jinitsi s. Iltit v,e have not vet fairly trusted her. And 'it'll our growth. si ,m t,n,. na crow her ileiiiaiiit half sen li e. - Muiatiluy Liberty! Dmandt. tirae and form. s. Ordering One's Life. Take time to your life. Try In ilehne just wh joti are "run" and for jmirself thst If )ou are going to be ruled. most of us are, tt must .e lit something or somebody well worth i he urinous sprinting an are all indulging In. If the gnnl ti ward which we lire being steered Is worth while, mil) then ran we look hnrk and fi-that the ruiv has bera well run. HW 0,lMl Making Gas From Wood. Experiments mi wood a part liulktni? IlllVf been for rout In n sl ! Carried out In I'rniire. The was sea plt.e In the lona or unlet. em ,.e ,i,u tnoiL- r,...,. i ,i.i. it.. Tt. charge of the wood wu about half the Bright of that of coal, and ciirhoiilzu- l,. ,..nt.i...f l..,ir i,.. iiinil tltne. When running one retort wllh wood In every two i' fth coal, no appreclahle dlffereiie In 'Ii.- ilorlik iMiwir of the gas was imteil of the two Miuill rol.e imI HIT Hie loriner amounted to 5 to III per cent. FATTEN CATTLE ON ALFALFA Newcomers (or Home Beautification Have been added to our already Wonderful line of Popular Priced Wall Paper WW, Smutted Wheat. Iowa State College Says It Is Cheap Form of Roughage Even at iZO Per Ton. ' In reply to Inquiries as to whether an attempt should he made to fatten rattle without alfalfa, on account of Its scarcity nnd high price, the ani'f I"w mal husbandry department State college mys alfalfa, even nt Mill n comparnllvely cheap a ton, Is I tt will pay In form of roughage, . feisl It, at leat In limited quantities-Fattening rattle do nut need nlfalfa however. for all their roughage, Catlle fed corn with half of their roughage nlfalfa ami the other half well runsl corn fodder without ear" should make almost as great gains nt catlle receiving corn and alfalfa for all their roughage. CULLING We can say without contradiction that our spring showing is the best balanced stock of any wall paper house in the country. Years of experience and an exact knowledge of the trend of popular taste enable us to cater to your needs with almost scientific pre cision. A corps of Efficient workmen render our services most desirable and remove possible doubt ns to good and satisfactory results. May we say again, "Select early" be first avoid disappoint- ment? Paints, Varnishes. Leads. Oils. Brushes. Window Glass, Picture Frames, Room Molding and Wind Shields OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE WITH A LINE OF THE BEST PAINTS, prices right. We have many new and pretty moldings for our framing department; also oval frames with convex glass. Call and see us for your wants in our line before buying elsewhere. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. di flare. grain, specialists smutted Clean Smut Is borne on I lie seed. grain becomes coiitiimiuaWil In thrash-lag- . sacking, storing and drilling. Tim Is to treat all seed wheat I retentive before It I sown either soak It III or sprinkle H with a foriiialilehjik' volution In the proortliiii of 1 hiiihI of commercial foriualdelijdo to 40 gallons of water. That I true, lit leust, for practically all of the cihintry. In Oregon, Washington, Idaho and California the soil ts Infested and absolute prevention cannot be attained by Hut that Is duo to loseed treatment. cal climatic conditions and, apparently, will Infestation does not occur throughout the rest of the country, and seed treutment Is all that Is uecessury to prevent suiut. PUREBRED FLOCKS on Just as Rigid Work Needed to Insure Vigor as Would Be Practical Lot of Mongrels. The purebred Hock nerd just ns rigid culling to Insure vigor us you would practice on a llock of mongrels which arq being, culled for tho As a usual thing the same purpose. farmer with grade stock will only keep the best grades, while the farmer with purebred may be less energetic la bis culling and save everything that possesses the slightest resemblance to u good specimen of the breed G00MER & NAVE, Danville's Exclusive Wallpaper and Paint Store. THIRD STREET. DANVILLE, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 17 1919. DRADSIIAW MILL. Ns Hasty Judgment What your mlrrnr tells )oii yon may Mrs. (irnnt Snnilers una n guest of. iihiii ni tin- - result of relleo Mm. Karris Agee, Wednesday, linn. ltoston Transcript. Mr. I'loyil Snyder was with Mr. Oe Slew to Condemn. Ilurton Sanders Saturday night. nn lmll blunt or In Why iniiili'iiiii Thr littli' daughter of Mr. nml Mrs million before jnti lirnr both Miles' 1 n Jurjr rnnvkt nr n Judge fen Curl Ilaker, Hit Mac. Is III nt this tinri' n prisoner liofore the rttdcuci writing. la heard? Master James Sanders spent Satur-ilnnight with Mr. nml Mr. Cnrl llaki-r-. The First Private Garage. Tim first.prhnte garage i.uniriictcd Mr. nml Mr. Jnmes I'rrwltt nml In New York illy uns luillt In Urn fnnilly rpent Sunday wjtli Mr. nr ! spring "f H1"" h) ii prominent New Mrs. Cnrl llakir. York automobile clltllllsl.tst who III Unit I luii- - untied three iiwlor vehicle. Mr. Tom Kmmons of Hiehmond, spent Thursday night with Mr. unit Mrs. Hnscom I'rewitt. Strongly for education. V lime iiln) billeted In tin' high Mr. mid Mm. Will Klzurirk of iislhlllllcs nf tin tootles and more were visiters Sunday of .Mr piirlli-iihirlsliirr n elm rnilni; girl (old nml Mm. Ilert Mohcrlcy. ni she liml found nii niulil hold hands Just ni "i ll nt nn eilunitlonal j .Mr. iitul Mm. Kdd Agrc witi- - with mill lli liny oiiht. iirnim iuipiu V. Wnrniolh Satur-iln- y Mr. nml Mrs. I night nml Sunday. The Lee Family. Mr. nml Mm. Ilurton Sanders und Tin1 family nf which Urn. Hubert Iticli-mon- d coinniiirnlcr nf the Confederate daughter Elizabeth motori'd to I. Saturday on business. army during I In' run war, n member, was of KnclMi origin. One 'if tiM ancestors rnileraliil tn Virginia In the reign "f ''linrlcs I, mid ttn fitfully ss prominent tlnn. during nnd alter the r. Colmiiliui llcriitiitliinnry Hit- I'lltctl. Mrs. (irnnt Snndcra and little son, Forest, were truest of Mrs. S. N. Sanders, Salurdny iiftcrnoon. Ground Barley Feed eit f r hoss. lldJion, Huchei and Farnau. 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MOST QUOTED EDITORIAL PAGE in America, with Henry Watterson, Editor Emeritus, whose pen is as vigorous as ever. SPORTS, COMICS SOCIETY, FASHIONS and everything else that goes to make up the best newspaper in the Central States. By Special Arrangement THE CENTRAL RECORD Is Enabled to Of fer J. F. HOLTZCLAW & SON THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L And THE CENTRAL RECORD In Combination by mail for only one year at only $6.00 Regular Subscription Prices are THE DAILY COURIER JOURNAL $5.00 THE CENTRAL RECORD $1.50 By taking advantage of this combination price arrangement you save the difference, 50 cents. (This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions to either paper, but only to persons living in Kentucky or within 150 miles of Louisville, in otlier States.) If already you are a subscriber to The Central Record or The Courier-Journyou may take advantage of this offer just the same. Ily paying the combination price now. you can have your present subscription to either or both papers extended a full year beyond the present expiration dates. If you prefer an evening newspaper you may substitute The Louisville at the same rate. livening Times for the Morning Courier-Journwith the Daily Courier-JournIf you wish the big Sunday Courier-Journcosts add $2.50. At single copy retail price The Sunday Courier-Journfor one year $:i.G4. You save $1.14 by ordering The Sunday Courier-Journwith this combination. Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of al al al al al al THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Beef Suet Not Indispensable. Psychologically Tested. MT. HEBRON Norway hat llviierecl that beet ItyclMilugtcnl tests are foflnj um Jiv tin- - Unltfil States employment Mrv nuet Is not absolutely noceary to the Ed Grow sold to A. S. Deanc a 2 Uv In New York tn aid In ileterulnlni manufacture nf margarine. Cod liver year old colt price $80. oil herring oil and other !Nh oils nr rk for which applicants are besi tln Mr. Earl Grow is in Cincinnati this Mlil to le excellent substitutes. mte.1. week to have his eyes treated. White and Yellow Seed Corn. Hew Could He! Rusty Steel. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. "I'm terribly worrl.il. I wrote Jack To clean ruty Heel, well oil the Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow and In my Inst letter tn forcet that I bad rusty parts and et aside In this state Lucy, were in Danville SattoM I I iti I didn't menn to reconsider for two or three days. Then wipe dry daughter, my ilecMoa not to change my mind, with clean rass and polish with emery urday. he .eems to have misunderstood or pumice stone. When ery xusty and ami Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet Jennings, mo." Life. a tilth iKillsh Is desired ruli the article daughter and son, were in Jessamine with a little slack lime. visiting Sunday. Big Canadian Telescope. Miss Kate Holtzclaw visited home The tube of the telescope erected hy from Frifolks near Preachersville the Canudlun dominion at Victoria, day until Sunday. It. C, Is large enough to permit of the LESSONS OF ORCHARD passage of a small automobile and the Mr. Dillard Urumneld nnd children reflector Is 73 Inches In diameter. The APPLIED TO WOODLAND were with relatives in Jessamine Suntelescope weigh movable parts of the day and Sunday night. more than 40 tons, nnd the lens alone (ITrpared t.y the United States Jf more than 4,0m) pounds, yet one man purtmrni UI Agriculture Mr. Itussell Vonderpool bought of Lf ran easily move the mass Into any deltefore planting jour orchard Mr. J. I. Hamilton, the Nelson tract sired position. you decide what are the most of land of 28 acres for $4000. profitable varieties and plant Messrs M. L. and Ernest Montgomonly those. You don't want too Deeds and Words. ery solil their hemp seed to Lancaster groat a variety. Deeds are greater than words. parties at $2.10 per bushel. Ill handling the woodland It Peeds line such n life, mute but unIs best to keep only M few of deniable, and grow as living trees and Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Hicks and little the most profitable varieties of fruit trees do; they people the vacuity daughter, were with Mr. and Mrs. forest trees and cut out the of time and make It green and worthy. Lem Tenter Sunday afternoon. others. Why should the oak prove loglcnlly You plant your fruit trees Miss Zeldu Onstott visited her parthat It ought to grow, nnd will grow? far apart because you want low. Plant It, try It; what gifts of diligent ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeptha Onstott, ut spreading tops, easy to pick Judicious assimilation and secretion It Danville, Saturday und Sunday. from. has, of progress ami resistance, of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thompson are In planting forest trees you force to grow, will then declare themdon't want to pick the fruit, receiving congratulations over the arselves. Carlyle. so you plant the trees near torival of n fine baby boy, Cecil Lee. gether nnd obtnln tall, strulght Free Board. purchased Mr. Orbin Thompson trees with Miiall tops. A restaurant In Yuma, Ariz., from Mr. Herbert Drooks his farm of You prune your fruit trees In a sign Hint reads: 'Tree bo'ird 25 acres near llucnn Vista last week. onler to get less wood and beteery day the Mm iloern't bine." At ter fruit. Let us remember that every body llrst hlght the offer of free board every Don't waste time pruning forwill be given the opportunity to conday the sun doeMi't shine might seem est trees, because you nro not n reckless one. but, as n mutter of tribute to Home and Foreign Missions growing forest fruit but wood. fact, a day without Miiithlno tn that Sunday. Cut out the poorer trees for desert country l far rarer than blackI ho best ones wood nnil leave Mrs. Delia Cecil and Mrs. Mattie berries lu May. If It rains at nil. It Is for lumber. Montgomery are spenditiK tlte wvek only for a very idiort time, leaving mot of the day for sunshine, so that HrtrcrtrtHrtrtrtKHrtHHrfl ftafteXrcrfttti with the latters son, Mr. Oscar Montthe sign would only catch u gomery near Nicholasvillc. DESTROY ALL GARDEN PESTS Mr, Leonard Crank lost a pair of slippers, Saturday, Good Plan to Burn Off Old Bean Vlnee Ladies Gunmctnl Invisible Airplane Wings. on the Sugar Creek pike and requests Wings of cellulose acetate, being and Other Vegetation Making the tinder to return to Joseph's store. Breeding Places. transparent, make an airplane Invisible ut the height of a few thousand Disapproves Old Adage. feet, also Increasing the operator's A Roolway to rid the garden of InIn spite of the old adage to the confield of vision. Sheets one one sect pests Is to burn off all the old thick are about ns strong bean vines, pumpkin and melon vines, trary, some things done by huhes are us the ordinary wing cover, und the and other vegetation, as auch apota done most satisfactorily, as for examweight of nine ounces to the square make excellent breeding places for ple the much-useQulnslgauiunil yard Is but slightly greater. The rap- these pests. The refuse should first bridge nt Worcester, Mass. Hero traffic suffered a minimum of Interruption id spread of a tear when started Is a be raked Into small piles, then dried, dlsadtantage that may be overcome and after burning the ashes ahould be by completing and putting Into use with a of loosely woven scattered over the garden plot to one longitudinal half of the new atruc ture before the other half was built. tlk. weeleo the soil. .rri-.,-x ra The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday ,Apr 17, 1919 Get Ready for Easter Only Three Days left. You will have to "RUSH UP". All the young men will be "DOLLED UP" Next Sunday. They will notice to see if You have a "GLOBE" or "FRAT" SUIT on, and a pair of FLORSHEIM SHOES. They will be wearing our new SILK andCREPE SHIRTS, BLACK CAT SILK SOCKS, COOPER AND MUNCING UNION SUITS. You must have one of our ITALIAN HATS on to be really DRESSED UP. Regal Caps, Grinnel Gloves, Silk Ties, Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Collars. EVERYTHING FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS. HH ni I I AN & ANDERSON BROS verted from the mere necessi- - How to Prevene Influ In Loving Re ties of life was swung to munienza and Pneumonia. membrance. tion work, shipbuilding and the TO THE PEOPLE OK KENTUCKY: In loving remembrance of Little production of every essential Purine the months of January, Charles Itankin, who departed this for the army and navy. February anil March half of the U 1. great body of labor Icaths in Kentucky were caused by life April Ilrd. Now the Fourteen Oh where is the darling we cherished? is dissatisfied with the present Influenza ntul Pneumonia. and uncertain of the future. thousand Ke.ituckian.died.from these- The little one loved by us all. diseases during WIS. Definite exThe cost of living there as here I.penences III Kentucky indicates that Oh, where is the birdhng we nourI V ished orkers ,,,th, frm thl.M. cnu,c, nre ,,ri.v0nt- extremely high. is Will he never reply to our call? !iy able, and this appeal is written for are unwilling to accept prospect of lesser Wages and the purpose of preventing local He is gone, and the sod o'er his grave demies which promie to be as fatal in Will hide him forever from sight. are timid " 'The suggestion ismade that mn,ny Anil the bright little ejes we rememr i not issued to alarm the ber labor itself should take some of H,opk. ,,ut nvniy to cnll tht,ir Hlt,.. Will never again see the light. the abandoned munition plants tion to a serious state of facts and the and run them, the government remedy for them. The little heart's beating is finished, His little tonguu prattles no more furnishing the capital to refit j T,10e who "rp I'ropcrly inoculated levelop Pneumonia and there Little Charles will never meet us and adapt the.U to other pro-"'l- have been but three deaths reported Again in we enter the door. duction and to run them afterfro. ,is ,iMn5(. in tlu. )mif.miiion such refitting. It is proposed already inoculated. Material for He is gone, and the angels have taken the trade Unions should oculatlon is furnished free by the Our darling one upward to dwell; 11":,nI of Health. (Jo to your We are left here sad and is,atc fanutkvn. undertake the task. If It is an admirable opportun- doctor nnd be inoculated. service,you arc For our Father who doeth all things not able to pay for the go to well. ity to test the practical work- your Health Officer and have it done ing of a combination between without cost, And wo murmcr, Thy will, O our Avoid visiting the sick, especially if the government and the workFather, they have colds or sore throats. It He done on earth ns in Heaven". ers, doing away with capitalis frequently difficult even for a doc Ard with tears in our eyes we reists and middle men. The gov- tor to tell a bad cold from mild influmember ernment would ensure a supply enza. Pneumonia, in nearly every That for this was our little one of raw materials, and all case, is following neglected mild ingiven. would ijo to the workers. fluenza, If you take cold, go home We hope that the plan may for safety of the community, to a Yet we long for the time when we'll well ventilated room by yourself for meet him, be tried out. the safety of your family and your 1 1 ( I I little interest for us, were it not presence in our very $1.50 a Ye.r. for the Issued Weekly. midst of a nondescript aggre Payable in Adrance. gation of political medicine-me- n J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. whose prescriptions conIt. L .ELKIN. Local Editor anil Mgr. tain an even more perplexing variety of ingredients than any Entered nt the Post Office in Lan- Lf . u ...... i, ,.;.. .:... ULlh Ill II1U IIUAIUIV0 tiln Hit Ullllfe Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s recommended at the European Matter. clinic. Provide a guarantee Member Kentucky Press Association that they will always be the and small minority that they are toEighth District Publishers League. day, and we shall find more diPolitical Announcement. version than menace in their Rates For attempts at socioloFor Trecinct and City Offices $5.00 eccentric 10.00 gical diagnosis. County Offices For The Central Record line swimming pool for the bos of this camp only will be personally d by the dircrtors. Free musical programs, ba.eliall, tennis and other sports will he enJo)ed. Sunday will be a day f rest with Bible classes, inspiration talks and tramp for those who wish. A special trip to .Mammoth Cave is bejng arranged. Write (."eorge K, Stephens, State P. S. Hos' Working Ileserve, ni.'. Y. M. (' A lluilding, Louisville. Ky. "" ' For For For For State and District Offices Calls, per line Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 15.00 .10 .10 FOOD SELECTION FOR THE HOME. The most important daily incident of the housekeeper's routine is the selection and preparation of food for her family. It is a tribute to her intelligence and industry if her husband goes out to his work and her children to their school well nourished and satisfied. In order to bring this about she must know something of the proper combination of foods. The meals served every day should contain a proportion of each of the following groups of foods: 1. Fruits and vegetables. These contain mineral substances of great value. 2. Meats and meat substitutes, such as poultry, fish, beans, eggs, milk and cheese. These are the muscle anil tissue building foods. I!. Starches, including bread and cereals of all kinds. Cereals come nearer to supplying nutrition than any other class of foods. 4. Sugar, including honey, molasses and other sweets. Sugar supplies the body with heat and energy. 5. Fats, such as butter and cream, lard and vegetable fats. These classes of food are all necessary for the diet. If each meal shows its due proportion of them, the household is on a good basis of variety and nutrition. The foods must of course be well cooked and seasoned and served. The housewife who carries out these principles is doing ler duty to her home and to her country. well-balanc- LEXINGTON RACES START APRIL 24th. Ninety-on- e Races Will bo Decided at the Historic Kentucky Association Track. The racing season in Kentucky for VJVJ will be line Obituaries, per line Laiculer. Kj., April 10, 1919 10 .05 WHO'S WHO IN EUROPE AND HERE? There is a dispute among concerning the philologists meaning of the word "bolshev-ismAs the word "Bolshc" means "larger", and "menshc" "smaller", it is usually infered that a bolshevist is one who favors government by the majority, and that a menshevist is his political antithesis. But we learn from a scholar of long residence in Russia that the word "bolshevism" means the larger or more extreme interpretation of the socialistic doctrines of Karl Marx. This reconciles the derivation of the word with the fact that the are by no means in the majority. Eighty per cent of the Russian population gives them no recognition. The are mostly city laborers who have given up laboring and entered the army, where they are much better fed and clothed. They constitute, in fact, a military despotism of the type that existed under the Czar, but not as well system". pro-duc- ts atized. The fact that the soviet army runs into seven figures is therefore of no value as a test of the political leanings of the total The bolshevist population. party includes the army, and practically coincides with it. Manufactured product and accumulated capital on which the regime exists is not exhauted, but none is being developed. Nothing much is being manufactured. New raw material is not being gathered. Depreciation and depiction must develop into exhaustion. And when no fuel is left the firu must die. And after that, what? A practical, systematized despotism czardom, in fact? Or democracy? These questions would have THE PROMISE OF EASTER. your doctor, but if you are unable to We know Easter as one of get him. take a dose of castor oil. the two great religious festivals drink water freely, and eat soups, eggs and other soft food, salted to of the year. After the taste. Avoid whiskey. It neither and sadness of Lent it com- prevents nor cures influenza. Stay es to us as a great joy. in bed until the cold is well, ami if In being emblematic of the you stay by yourelf the chances are Resurrection it is emblematic you will tlnot develop pneumonia. i If .1,. .!.: l " nf ,.f :inil linni. And everv-i- ; i ju aien. villiuiiiik ami nave e uccii in morn n.r. lire tiling in the season when we tain not to develop pneumonia. Cover celebrate it is suggestive of the your nose and mouth with your hand same idea. The return of kerchief when sneezing or coughing. and spring and verdure and bird-lif- e go persuade others to do so. Don't where crowds are, and if you find each year is liku the fulfill- yourself where someone is sneezing ment of a hope. and cougiiing, leave immediately. Local epidemics of influenza nre The allies tell us that the peace treaty will be completed now occurring and are likely to occur from for and offered to the world by three time to time they the next two or can be avoided jears, but Easter. No more appropriate by nny community, family or Indivi time could be found for its pro- dual if they will do these things. He inoculated' today. mulgation. J. (J. SOUTH, President. After the years of destruc tion and suffering which the A. T. McCormack, Secretary, war has entailed, after terror "Friendly Enemies". e and chaos, we hope for a With a cast headed by Henry .1. world, a Wiirld whose in- Kooper and with A I Shean ami an supporting company spiration will be brotherly love excellent and a strong sense of mutual "Friendly Enemies" will be presented obligation and helpfulness at the LEXINtiTO.N' Oi'EltA HOUSE Tuecday ami Wednesday, April 22ml, among nations. and 2tfrd, Matinee Wednesday. We have not reached the The play is by Samuel Shlpmnn and millennium. The change in old Aaron Hoffman ami has proven one custom and thought cannot be of the most sensational productions in recent It is now in immediate. But the peace sixth monthyears.New York, where its In it is ENGLAND'S LABOR treaty is the first step toward a establishing a record for theatrical CONDITIONS. world governed by right and prosperity. It has alio enjoyed huge favor in justice. And its completion Labor conditions in England seems, like Easter, symbolic of Chicago and Iloston mid has received the most hearty and enthusiastic in. and in America arc alike in hope and joy. dorscmcnt of u host of distinguished character, but very different in Americans. degree. America was at war A love of good literature will "Friendly Enemies" will be prea year and a half, Englnnd over cast a halo of beauty over the sented in Lexington under the directfour years. So many conditions most prosaic and commonplace ion of A. II. Woods with a notable that exist in the America of to- life. It will lift the soul above cast which Includes besides Gus Welti- day uro greatly intensified in its mean and sordid surround- bery ami Al Shean, Leonard Ide, Doublesday, Louise Ilurmelster, Englnnd. ings nnd make it to commune FcrneBrowning Pam and Oris Holland. All the labor and all the cap with the spirits of the great Prices CGc to $2.20, including War ital in England that could be di of earth. Tax. self-deni- bed for your own safety. to Above in the sanctified throng. Send for Who are making the echoes of Ilcnv- - in, With the notes of their song. jubilant ... I Who can comfort the Father and Mother, Whose hearts are crushed with p.iin As well as the Heavenly Father. Who has called him back again? -- Mrs. It. I. It. nrni-titv- Work and Fun For Kentucky Boys. Kentucky's crop will be a tig one this year, according to reports fron. Howling (Jreen Ten thousand nckers are t'l be in the fields of V tell County e alone. The U. S Working I nd the St'.t- - Y. M. O. A Will -in mining a camp for Kentucky boys on the Clagett and Covington farm, a mile ami a quarter from Howling The camp will open for the berry-pukin- g season about May lUlh. At the close of the btrry season, which lasts about .1 weeks, the two agencies, will run the camp for general farm work for boys who are enrolled in the Ileserve. In addition to good wages, the boys will receive the llronze Hadges ami the Honorable Service liar awarded by the United States (iovcrnmcnt for various periods of work. The work donu during the berry season will ap ply on the Hadges and the Service liar. All matters of wnges .will be between the boys and Clagett ami Covington; the Hoys' Working Ite serve mid the State Y. M. 0. A. mere ly supervise the camp. The cump at all times will be under the personal supervision of high grade camp leader. It will be located in n beautiful grove, high and dry. The boys will be provided with tenU free of charge ami will eat In their own mess provided by their own cooks for which they will pay a low cost price. The boys must also pay their railroad fare from their home town tu and from Bowling (Jreen. Daily inspection of the boys in this camp, as to their health, will be a feature. A strawberry Ilo' ton, Thursday, April 2 I, nnd during the thirteen days of the meeting at the historic Kentucky Association track, now the property of the recently organized Kentucky Jockey Club, ninety-on- e races will he decided. Of these ninety-on- e races, six are Mnk and a number high-clas- s otcr-mgh- l handicaps. One of the stakes, the Blue Crass, is for at one mile anil an eighth, ami is in the nature of a preliminary to the Kentucky Derby. It will bo run on Saturday, May .1, the week before the Kentucky Derby, and to it the two great stars F.tcrnal ami Hilly Kelly are eligible. It will afford the op. portmuty for the first meeting of these rivnls as three year olds. Then th. re is tlu Caniilen llandirap, always n highly interesting race; the Ashland Oaks, for three jear old s; the Hen All llandirap; the llin-at- a Stakes and for two year old and the Idle Hour Stakes for two year old colts and geldings. The horses that will contest ui Lexington this Jear are among the best in the land ami the racing In prospect is of a higher order than heretofore, for under the new ownership, which is now entirely Kentuckian, the purses are to be larger than ever before. In a word it is to be the greatest racing year. SAFEGUARD TIIU IILAI.TII OF YOUR COWS Do not let their bowels become sluggish. Do not let their livers become inactive. Correct these trouh- les by giving them II. A. THOMAS' STOCK I'KMKDY. (let money, milk nnd butter. W. A. DICKKKSON'. 8 Very PeculUh. When a nenous man gets n midden tftnrt It Is apt to make Ids heart fctop. inaugurated at Lexing- new-mad- Ford Truck LoNg Wheel Base. In excellent mechanical condition One Ton Republic $425 Harry P. Kelly REPUBLIC IOIO $600 ." MOTOR (TRUCKS CilbvH - AO7l,tclnaull,a l'..,Tl 1. 1M VK . il 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 17. 1919. ited Jicr (nrents Mr. nml Mrs. J, T. Allen tint Sunday. Mr and Mrr. Leslie Wylir visited ilier parent", Mr, ami Mrs. J. I). Car-- i Irr nt the week end. I Mr, John Calico nnd daughter, Lll- ! ,.n who have been very ill with in ; U'ra nre lioth better. Ir nnd Mrs, II, I'. Jennings nnd rhit'ireii visited her parent?, Mr. nnd Mi- - .1. T. Allen lint Sunday. Miss Mnttie Campbell who lias been visiting her nunt, Mrs. Klbvrt Oooley returned to her home in Hrynntsvllle List week, Mr. James Calico nnd daughter, Willie Mae of Manst- - were enlleil to the bedside of Mr. John Calico, who has been very ill with influenza. I The Ilev. I'. I'. I!rnnt filled his regular appointment at White l.ick ll.ilitlit ihurch last Saturday and Sun- ilny. There was a large erowcl in nt- t tenilnnre. I SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 3. Ice Cream I and Phone 56 A Bale To the Centenary. A HRYANTSVILLE I!. I.. Ilurton was in .Monday. London on little Cotton will be planted for business n the Lord this spring by the colored Methodists on thou'ands of planta tion With the slogan "(live a Bale .0 the Centenary", the cotton growers are promising from one to to eight nnd ten acres of their land for growing rotton irop which shall hot rold tj nid the Methodist $11.1,000,-- 1 000 Centenary program. has returned from to Georgetown friends. Miss Mnud Perkins of Middlcshoro Is visiting .Mrs. E. T. Ilurgcss. Mrs. K. J. llrown of Stanford is VMiting Mr. and Mrs. I!. P. llrown. M. O. Kennedy is with his brother, at Preathersville, who is dangerously Miss Amy Dnue vilt ill. Mrs. Ceo. S. Conant nnd .Mrs. FlorThousands of ence lliillanl were in Ijincater, SatMinute Men.! urday. u iiti- - iiKiui l 3 31 BASTIN BROS. IF1G H1E I Our philosopher says; Tlie birds, the trees, the rlouds an' spring How ers don't bring any ready rnsh to the fanner; but they ran help make him happy that he's alive. The Hen Lays Every Day. "It takes a year to raise n pig. Thus two before n steer is big: Hut the hen lays every ila). "A Held of grain but once we reap: A yearling llrece tnke ulT our sheep; day Hut the hen lays er "A few weeks yield the honeys flow: Then blossoms fruit ami all is o'er Hut the hen lays eer day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Scott and Mrs. elTec- ..e jur ,1... iiitinuuuuii 01 J. C. Williams were In Lexington on uitr .i:... important information than the Min- Thursday. Mrs, K. T. Ilurgess has returned ute Men with their four minute speeches. The Methodist Church has from a two weeks stay at Lexington adopted the rame plan for the pre with relatives. sentation of its Centenary messages, The School enjoyed n picnic nnd and the response of the laymen of fishing party at the Danville Water 1. this territory indicates a new era in Works, Friday. r 11? J 10 the presentation of Christian messMiss Louise Tucker has returned 3I ages. The quota for Ohio, Kentucky to Louisville, after a several das visit and southern Indiana for the Centen- with Mrs. II. A. Dawes. "For many years I sulfered from ary was, S.OOO Minute Men. The Dr. and Mrs, II. C. Hose had ns Our philosopher says: The man, stomach trouleb, All the doctors I number actually enrolled totals li.'Jin, who looks over his feedin' cattle tried helped me but little. All said or forty per cent above the quota, their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hallard and Miss Margaret Wool-fol- k every day to see how they're coinm' I would have to go to hospital ami be These men arc speaking on world on, an' don't go to the reboot to learn of Lexington. operated on for gall stones or I wide problems ut every possible opwhat his rlnlilren are doin', is .1 .Mrs. Hulfman und Miss Lily Mae 'would not lle much longer. I told portunity. mighty poor excuv for n father I'm Arnold of Lancaster, are visiting them I preferred to meet death at thinkin. Mesdamcs Hen and Will Swope and home. One tiny I picked up an ad- Army Mule Mrs. Walter Arnold. vertisement of Mayr's Wonderful CARTEKSVILLn. Remedy nn;l since taking course of Makes Good. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Hallard entertained informally Thursday evenit mure than a year ago have not had The everyday, commonplace, work ing Mrs. Susie Hcnfro sold n nice row-t- a single iain in my stomach, in honor of their have Miss mule has become famous since the Mr. Scott I'ointer last weik for good appetite and ran eat anything". Margaret Woolfolk, of Lexington. beginning of the war. The Hritih 77.!0. It is pimple, harmless preparation Mr. and .Mrs. C. M. Dean, Mrs. W. and the French did not like and did ' Miss Mattie Campbell visited Miss that removes the catarrhal mucus not want the mule: hut they are in K. Davis and Mr. K, L. Hurton atIU telle Davis and Susie lirccn last from the intestinal tract ami allays tended the funeral of Mrs. Sally love with the longenred, the inllainmntion which causes prac-- ' Wednesday night. on of a jack now that they under- Wilds West at Nicholasville Sunday. all stomach, liver and intestinstand him and his many good qualiMr and Mrs. Karnest Cahbard vis- al ailments, including Miss Eliza Ison was in Nicholasville appendicitis. ties. A French buyer of mules hud ited his parents Mr nnd Mrs. I. 1. Saturday and Sunday to attend the One do-will convince or money rethe following to ray concerning the funeral of her cousin, (iahhard Sunday Mrs. Sally funded. R. E. McROUERTS nnd mile in the army: Wilds West whose death occurred at Mrs Lena Turner and rhildren us- - ' druggists everywhere. l'The reasons that we fovor the Harrodshurg Pa., last Wednesday. mule more and more are that he is, for weight nnd height, stronger than GUNN'S CHAPEL. a horse- -- a mule thirteen hands high much less care, hardly any care; lightMr. Hugh Noel has purchased a er shrtcs, a factor in war transportation: nnd much less food, which was new Ford roadster. Mr. Cloris Sparks was ill the past an important consideration, especially The war developed no more n wiaow rrererrea ! 11 house-gue- 11 reported 111 of pneumonia. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Anion were In Stanford Sunday and Monday, .Messrs Willie Simpson und Stnnley Fester nre with Mr. Lucas Foter. Messrs John H. Price nnd Otis Dalley left Tucsdny for Ashland III. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvin Simpson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wllhcrt Dailey. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Hermnn Doolin spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks, .Mr. Dee Fothergill has sold his farm to Mr. Charlie Murphy and others. Mr .and Mrs. Lucas Foster and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter. .Mr. nml Mrs. Lucas Foster nnd children spent Wednesday in Lancaster, shopping. .Miss Francis Long spent the weekend with her grand-parentMr. and Mrs. W. II. Hay. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hobbitt were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lem Irwin at Huckeye Sunday. Mrs. Hughey Mohcrley and little daughter spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kurtz and children of Harrodsburg are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kurtz. .Miss Ivn Hollon has. returned from n two weeks visit to .Mrs. J. II. Geve-do- n of Lexington nnd is with her sister here. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson of Richmond were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Wednesday nnd Is leel-h.cade- d Thursday. Mr. Jnmes Sebastian was painfully tho not seriously injured about the face by being kicked by n mule one day last week. I Liberty Bonds WANTED Single Comb Hrown Leghorn Eggs, Baby Chicks, Roosters and Broody hens '.riven in exchange. If you have no BONDS. I might consider the CASH. Old prices good for this month. Buggies ARE MADE TO ORDER We have the finest and besc Buggies ever seen in Lancaster and our PHICES are RIGHT. We sell cheap Look before you buy. in I U1C, when the animal allowance in the French Army was down to two pounds of hay a day and six pounds of cats. Wo iiad n traditional notion, which I he llritish ami Belgians also had, that the mule lacked sense nnd was likely to stampede when kept in numbers. We were wrong, we found. We es timate that we lost an average of ten bought In per cent of the horses America before we got them to the battlefront, but only two per cent of our mules". week with influenza. Mr. Louis Murphy has purchased a new Ford touring car. Miss Ressie Teater was a guest of Miss Annie May Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp of Lancaster were here Sunday. Mrs. Harmon Teater of Jessamine ERLE C. FARRA Box 272. Lancaster, Ky. "And the Dog Hanged' Dog laws did not exist when Washington was a farmer nnd curs were a constant menace to flocks and In writing to his manager at herds. Mt. Vernon in 171) 2, he said: 1 not only approve of your killing those Dogs which have been the oc casion of late loss, and of thinninji the plantations of others, hut give it a positive order that after faying wlmt dog, or dogs shall remain, if any negro presumes under nny pretense whatsoever, to preserve, or bring one into the family, that he shall be severely punished, ami the dog hanged, . 1 was obliged to adopt this prac tice whilst 1 resided nt home, nnd from the same motive, that is for the preservation of my Sheep nnd Hogs. Your Teeth DO THEY NEED ATTENTION? Brains Always Win. In an interesting article on "How Produce Sanitary .Milk" published m a late issue of the Country Gentle- man, W. I). Nicholls, of the College of Agriculture, explains his own simple methods. The article brought to your correspondents mind tin interview he hail had with Mr. Nicholls several ago. At that time the huge 5 curs dairy herd of Mr. J. It. Haggin at Lexington was housed and handled to produce perfect milk, However, the marvelous bnru nnd the intricate and costly milk house ilid not always promilk which .should duce certified stand the test. Mr. Nicholl's barn nnd milk house were very plain structures. In fact, jour correspondent while in the barn usked, "How can you keep your bacterial count low enough when your walls, studding nnd joists nre all of rough lumber?" Mr. Nicholls smiled quietly and said, "It's only 11 mutter of plenty of whitewash und constant dusting". The Haggin barn with its tiled walls and concrete floors did not have the proprietor's thought behind it. The Nicholls plain old barn did1 hae this thine which always counts.' I 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. "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE" IS AN OLD SAYING. Germs front decayed teeth and unhealthy nums cause many diseases of the body, Rheumatism, heart and stomach trouble arc but a few of the diseases. Clean teeth and healthy sums prevent these troubles. CAN YOU AFFORD TO NEGLECT YOUR TEETH? You would not eat tainted or decayed food. Yet with decayed teeth and diseased uums 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-brusMake up your mind to have your teeth examined anil put into yjood condition. High class dentistry isn't necessarily expensive. When you decide to have your dental work done come to me first. 1 will examine your teeth and tell you what you need and what it will cost. 1 make a practice of saving teeth. You will net the best work and materials at very' reasonable prices. h. y M. K. DENNY Dentist. Home Phone 247. Office 217. LANCASTER, W. J. ROMAN'S t KENTUCkY. The Folio. The udvuutuce of the folio whs that It wa afe from era. Eujemou. bor-lo- Office in Central Record Building. Office hours 8 to 12 - - 1 to 4. Fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 17, 1919 Jrl it ' wwidiMUvance V MM CM. .Mail Your Check NOW At Once am oo Mail l Your Check At Once fc Here's warning! The price of stock in the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Company will advance next Saturday, April 19. This is final notice take heed! that this company owns the leases on four tracts (of 40 acres each) at Mansfield, 'Missouri, right where the mother lode in the great Ozark lead and zinc district is nearest the surface, (2d), that this company has proven its holdings by drilling and is already sinking the first shaft for its first mill, and (3d), that the officers and directors of the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Remember (1st), Zinc Co. are chiefly the same gentlemen as those of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, which company, already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2(t in January, Zo in February and 3 in March. One thing's sure there is wealth in lead and zinc. Make the most of this opportunity! Louisville Mansfield Lead lnrunoutl. &. Office Open Evenings Our office, Room 409 Starks building, will bo kept open every evening this week until 8 o'clock we'll keep it open Saturday evening until 10. Remember the place 109 Starks building! Remember the price $1.00 now! Remember the last day Saturday, April 19! . Zinc Co., Checks Mailed Saturday That those living out of Louisville may have the same opportunity as those in the city, we will accept orders, accompanied with, checks, providing the postmark shows them to have been mailed Saturday, April 19. Remember the last day this week next Saturday! 409 Starks Bldg., Louisville, Ky. in payInclosed find my check for shares of Mock in the ment for Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co. Signed Address . Joitisville Hfonsffelitil aftjffig 409 Starks BUtf. T. M. CRUTCHER, President. ffotVllle JnlUtk) Gty and Main 25r ' W. E. NEWBOLD, Treasurer. NAT C. CURETdN, Secretary. T. T. BEELER, Vice President E. Newbold and T. T. Beeler. Directors: T. M. Crutcher, J. C. Mahon, Nat C. Cureton, W. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 17 1919. GOLDEN EMERALD S10.00 Kmornld TO 1 6327 COLT. TESTING FUEL SYSTEM CARBURETOR IN AND ADJUSTING OPERATING AN ENGINE This Hplciiillil lireil saddle Jioroi1 will mnko the season nt my placu two mili-- from I.nnciiMtur on the I'tickoye pifco nt . INSURE A If t.,.,,,..,.,.,., 1 W ..... . V : i PV f LIVING Kiiiir is liy Ooldeii Kinjf, ilam Knicrnltl Queen Im breed iny; runs bnck to ISnurhnu by Knu rald Chief. Chief mid Hun-buChief on both his dam and sire's side, lie is Hi hands hbh, a rich sorrel and will weigh about inoo pounds. fife 4I "xSSs&ms. 8 11 At the same time and plnvi old Jack, I will aUtnil my iiiu four yri. whether Hi" i ncine Is reccliliu; proper ntKtur,' uf fuel nml nlr. .Many tptll solll" fllll Will llllllllllll' til III' Iriiun into lit" ojllnilrr". hm.le hi that It Is mhuretors :irc Testing the Compression. asy in remove Ibo coier mul sco It II. F. D. No. 3, Lancaster, Ky, ttllt'thiT Illcr, Is Molltl" III lb" hoMl, lull Miloin linptit'iis that tin cttuiprt's. of i llKlll" siiililt'iily lii'rolilt'1 iiihI when- - iiiin . I. Hi.' o Miur nil n v ortllnary 1 "ar its to iisIcm way ti ililtrinlii" win liter t lit It linpiKsiilil" to start Willi iiuiki' lllrl supply Is nil riitlll lip In Unit point, 1'ouiiiionly An iilhor l)pc of ciirliiiri-lnli.ic tlflit villi". litiuHttT, will tit'i. 11I... ut opfii lirln;: tlilt iiiii'm, lint urr ,'tll'Hi Willi Hiiall rt -nit. An.Miii" who has vwr s.t:irlifl Diaw A Iy oN'tllll ullirtl ,ln inn ti-- ii t.ii.illui' i'ir;lii" wln ii It was in smwl - wlivlhi r u Mipply rmliitnf fiul Is iioil.lin: unliT shotilil ho nl. I.' to It'll ut ihIIjiIIi'. oitt'" ultoilitT Hi" inuipri'ssiiiii for the lummy mi ov e nml If HtiTr it mi fml 111 tin' niiliuri'liir. liri ly Knit" ns soon ns h" iimliTtaki's Illirr lli' innk l rniply nr tlun' It, trunk tin "nclm. Wlirn rouiprt'S- wile how mtii'li mote res ollil' linn III llii pip" Dili' In- -v I lift siiilih iily falls It Is prohalil" that , LliUlM.- - ....r. . ii, M'V.1 111111 fin tin' t.ink nml tin- - inrliuri'tiir. t ltJOlll Hi" irniilil" Is tin" to loak.v pl"lon rliit--s Water In Gasoline System. or Mtlvt's nml Hi" ri'ini'ily Is usually oli. L'ard you They like to tin Tii m'i- - Hint the inrlniri'tor I'utitnltis oils whfii 0:11" th" fiul" Is lodittsl. llipilll Ullllll liH.ks llkl- - ITHolltK'. Imsiitoss w it Ii ii limn who p Tho lns laatl" liy Hi" i sriiplu ulr tlup miui'wt. Is not , fniusli. us wiiirr iinl .111; tin ituipri'ssioii strok" Is ofion n- liits an account at the .nxiIIii" liMtk wry mill Ii nllki'. nml It " t'liouuli In Inillnil" th" plat" whoro It fur wiitiT to In'' V imt lit nil t i apliif. GirrarJ Bisk & Tru.l Co pri'si'llt ill till' Plsolllll' n.vMimii. Nolth. If r Joiw tli1 miiIit iilnn.vK tntir Hi" r.ii-s it l nir hitmen In a business h lik" .my. Jletter kirn ti'tii ulii'ii Ii l lii'luc lilliil. n.s Is PROPER VARIETY OF COTTON Tht-o ten n m urn fvn ll your sTairs Bre not !nri;e. it .'I'lit'Nill) Miii.'i'wl. It Ih iifhii th" n.l riht. Hr.iw of lonili'iisntinii of inoiKiiiri' on tlio Campaign Deing Waged In Louisiana to Secure Planting of Only High. IJ"s of ilio kiimiIIii" innk, vjilili runs & Yielding, Varieties. lol llllll M'ttll'H nt til" lllUI'st MlllttS n tii" This iniiy In- - In tit" iiiliniii of tin- - t'lirliitri'tor. In llit Mipply (ITrrnrnt ty th Unite! Sialrj lvpart-iren- t of AKrh ulture 1 .l . or in lit" stnilinr. or Mttllin: ylt'lilliic vnrlt'tlt's r.coniis.' Hi" litimlMT. WlitT" lrllIll'rs or M'tllln priHlni'i) sn, sit, nml ovt'ii W nf tiitloii Net. To Plt!nle Silver. Iiniul"rs ii t prmlil.tl. th." lloull t tltnn Hi" iior varli'tli'S lr iiiur.' "It may rcein i lr, Il.tro I'laiJiiuii) In n rmill .i. tlrnlnt il nml rlininsl frispn ntly rnic". Mill as ItoHii liy txit n tin- - fatctlous fell, r v 1" ii lut qiinii'.lty of nipiii r tin ornliri.-iiiii- ptslitlly Im-oli- l ty wii. i iiiiipalen Is lu'lntf uiiillit r. lt" waci'il In l.ouManr. k.-iIt Is .I..vc smoother heforu rlallo mill, tiinl It In n wnrni i.-prtMMit may niut-- f ihilIiIitiiIiIu l.y Hi" Slat" Agricultural In pint" n fi'vtlii); it will tllssoli". .n irniilil" by rrit'ilne. with Hit- - t'nltt'tl States soon ns It kits iltss.iiti'ii. I'liiiftnil" tit" For Removtna Water. The Drst Teacher. of iiirrliulliiri'. to ncurt' " A pt'trot'k on tltt rnrlturt'tor Is n gooi! 't !. I 'I''"!'1 "' " Ho l tin' I .. t t. of Hi" planting of only hlulfylclillui: turl- ... r 111:11 ,.,k,rs .. Mllltk ns Iimil'V. so ns to t?,.f rhl ol uii'iins fur riMiiMvliif itny ualir ultUli -: . Ii best Inuclit Mill I'M , .. . wnini. " It Is I'liiphiisUcil that what ctli's. ," 111 "' .' "" "",rl""c l"Hom of thf ,.v,.r varl.ty Is plantiil. It sliouM l.o kii.i nml low wo rmiiiot Imt tmiiuiu. "t. " rl.ur.-l.ir- . ,,f im.l which, nlrntt'.-- Dr. ArnoM. "'"V """'r' nml It s N ,.v,.rv Ktnlk S,,U,(I " "" l"'s"m. m niiiM. tuincuity in ism.,r npp.'iinim-.- . jiml In prtMluc- H..lutl,.i. K.H's ,, lIM: y pintlnn. , capacity in this Uikii to every other Malk. Long Day and Nielli. Is uually ii.IiImiI.I" to nlh.w ti,,. " '"rf"r"""1 r ,,j,,r,, var,,,tv w, Th tiurtli poll- - has fit i.u.nllis ,ay In.'"u.iaall class or '.""'! it aker. cmeml with casolln,. to run through 1 n..,,.r .In this, fur many uf the stalks iintl sU months nllit. th" mm nppn. ... ii." iiio.es, out)," sure inat lit" cnriiurcior nas n .. tti i... i" "'-in i... i. rcntly IrilMlIni; In it rlrrli umutiil It i.iul plm-.sin n in !.. Html In u saucer, full supply, us sometimes ii partial It Is nNn emphavlzoil 'that ilucers. In .March unfrom Hi" tlui" It tipiH'i-In e.iiiillri' Hie h"at. stoppaK" of the will allow ii small . n,,, cttnn crower slimihl not ilepeml til It illo.H'nrs In Svptcinl.tr. ......ti s t... t..,.. t... wunny ii.on .luiproveii. seen as nls ...........I "ii" nut not tnouuii to niii.w ineiins for Increaslni; ) Iritis, fur n fer raiiturcior. Mk'lrii' to start eillly. Alhmlni; HI" soil Is the most liniortant fenturp ll a lialf'Ciipful of fuel to run tlin.utb It III successful cotton trouluir. "It Is n I'llmlliateii this pos.lltlllty. It Is easy ery poor policy," say olllclals :n In ascertain wlietlu r water Is present chare" of the iniiipiilfii. "to plant very hy catchliii; In u class H,itr laiul In cotton at all." . In the carliiirelor 1... Hie or luinl.liT tin- - lltpiltl which runs Any WHITEWASH FOR HEN HOUSE a Living Colt. This well bred ,l;iek is bv Sv Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by Dr. .McCord and lie by (Jov. Wood Caldwell's dam is by Tom Keene he by Kobe Ililliiiton. This Jack is 15-- hands high, black with white points, good' A Gasoline Cnnine f urnislilna Power to Pump Water none and body. l.y il'rlml tncit thnf t'nlU--J Hi.tUs Dcpnrt- - ,ilmr or opt nin n pi h oi l; Irinllin; Inin A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. ARrlrulllirr ) .It" tViilniiloii ilmiulitT nml tli.ii I".llllllllltl..ll lint sllllWII If mare is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will U'Iihi ninklni! """' I'ark is Mm: .iiniti.-- l nt Hint's, limytit" tnvlni'Hi" Inuly n ftw prevent all accidents, but will not be responsible should try to purpu-f- . mismr In- rlitlit time, tin- net step Is In St Ml. .IICll IIS lull!: 114 til" lli'l'lll" Mlho ul-Is any occur. llnAt 2 1111 - $10.00To Insure CALDWELL Clarence Beazley, 1919 SEASON 1919 hii, Star Chester, IN OFFERING 6470 Check THE SERVICES OF STAR CHF.STER, 6470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1919, AT MY FARM SIX MILES FROM LANCA.VIER, ICY , AND NEaU McCRrAHY, AT I - ma's. S15.00 I TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL mm JJ 3r r The Garrard Bank Trust Company bclieva .i n liorc with richer blooil lines than uny Snilille Pt illiori Ftnmlini; ut three tim- - the fee. He I.as fot hu sire Champion Uourbcn Star, who won in more classes than any horse in Kentucky ilurinir his show career. Ilourbon Star wnr sired by Ilourbon Kinc he by Uourbon Chief antl fo on ilov.ii throueh the Chief family. STAR CIIESTEH, 0170, by Ilourbon Star, 2912, he by Ilourbon Kinc 1788, he by Ilourbon Chief, 97C. Bourbons Star's .Inrn Klla ItoJmnn, 2211, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S ilam was Ermine Dare, 8:139, by Dare Devil, 1970, by Chester Dare 10. Second tlam Daughter, Dare, 10. You can readily see I am ofTerinc the blood which is in our greatest Champion Saddle Horses of the day. Will also ut the same time mid place stand two Kood jacks. ! t lt Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO INSURE A $25.00 FOR JENNET. Chief Napoleon, LIVING COLT. 5107, has proven himself to be n Rood Jennet Jack. "' "'"' .,,.. "' ,. (,,.. ,lt ,,.,, Finis Napoleon, AT $10.00 TO INSURE. He is 15 hands high, yellow with white points, big bone and body and fine head und ears. As 1 am standing two (rood Jacks this year, I will give the farmers n chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee. I will retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. pl: .... ... of Hi" class ,.....n,,.. ami u thin Hut' will I." lsll.l" between Hit' witter nntl tlui It Is not elioimll Disinfectant Air Is Important. merely to lull.' fuel In th" carburetor; It niu-- t be inlxeil with the proper iiiiiiniiil of ulr ns It is tlriiwu Into the combustion chaiuber. .1' sometimes hupliens that Hi" neeille or stoppetl with illrt. 'valve Is , il aiul that wlill" then' Is fuel In Hi" car- hurt lor none can set Into th" combusk tion i haiuber. If th" enslii" Ins n It'itillns lulu Hi" combustion ; chamber, by this uml rrank-llI- C the eltlllt' 11 few times oil" can tell l.y suit'lllni: Hi" air whether cum. Hut- - Is entering tlui chain-- . Ur. The sani" result can be I'Miiluctl I by m i nil tc the exhaust when tin- - tu- Clue Is tiirneil oxer, or liy rcnioMin; ii spark pliin, closlni: Hi" liol" iluriiu; th" fticilon stroke uml openliu; It ilur- the couipressh.ii stroke. Ilu Make Engine Start. Ily alternately openliu; mal closlni; Jth" neetll" iile, tlrst beliu; careful to Hole the orluliial position so that It will Ih possllil" to reitiljii-- l It If necessary, ll Is easy to see whether u illlTereiit mUturi' will make th" t'liLine slnrl. Or, when lliii'i' Is tluuht whether em .imli fuel Is tho cjllnili r, u of irasollii" One of the best CI.YDKSDAI.i: stallions in Kentucky will small tpiantltymay be poiiretl (about u teasHii.ufiil) Into make the ceason of 11)111 at my barn at the low price ol climiil.er llin.iu'li the prim-In- n cock or spark-plui- : mul nllow-e- il IhH" TO INSUKE A LIVING COLT. to slaml for n minute or two to 'l itis is the kind to breed to for mule mares and farm hon;es. vuporlz" mul mix with Hu nlr beforo 1'riuce Albert is one of ihc best types I ever saw and his colls criinklutf the i iiclui'. It then one or two explosions occur mul no inure. It Is show for themselves. At the same time ami place will stand my six year old jack an luillciitloii that only Istlu prluilui; hastl hlirik'il, anil that fuel not beliu III sulllclcut iuautlly tliruiiKb Given to Put Coop and Fixture! In Sanitary Condition Use Pump. Walker Bradshaw. )) I'lione 3G4-- R. F. D. No. 3. LANCASTER. KY. Tim following tllslnfectant whlte-was- li may bo utsl to put Hi" poultry tiuiisi' mul tlxtures In it siinliiiry rive tpiarts cream of lime, one tpiart kerosene, our-- pint coal tar illrlnffftant nml ttpial parts of water. This Is npplleil Willi n force pump If posslhl", ii s tills lui tlii.il will tlrii" tho material lutu every part of the Intes rior of the house. The tloors mul iiro left open for a couple of hours In oriler that the house nmy become tlioroulily tlry. The lloor mul nests ure llien rdltteretl ami the blnls lulluwetl to Co back Into the house. MAINTAIN A Scund-Proo- f Council Room. The iipartt.ient at 10 Dow nine street where the nieetluirs of the Ilritlsh Inet are licit!. Is n solid and plalnlv furnl'Jied room 15 feet Ions mul 20 feet wide, fitted with double doors, tlirotiitt which no sound can reach tlu: keenest iUtetilnir ears. Worth It. Tommy (laid up from eatlnc too much dinner) "I feel awfully sick, ma, but It was worth it." ltoston Transcript. Cede Cottajc Sold. Heilo cottuKe, the scene of Clears? Eliot's novel mul tho original home of "Adam lietle," situated on Iloston common, Derbyshire, was recently sold by auction for J2.07.". Tito rnttnea still has the bullcllus nttaehed which formed the workshop of ACatu mid etn i.eue World't Debt to the East. t ' v. . , FARM W00DL0T Mlnnebeshoo. Saunders of Nebraska oncepoko at Lincoln of a little seton n stream called WYotiln? tlement Water. Lincoln chuckled: "Well, they say that Minnehaha means lauzblni; water, so Mlnneboohoo must ho Indian for weeplni; water." Covernnr PRINCE ALBERT $10.00 Brownlna't Hlsh Idesls. Probably tho writer who most refused money was Robert ItrownliiK the poet. Dnrlnir the last No farm acre shoulil llo hlle. All 2." jearM of his life editors ofTeretl laiul may be uiaile to rcspoml with that law nuns for a short poem from Ids Hi proiluit which it is most capable of pen. lint Itrouiiliu; said "No." told Ills friends when they pointed out siistalnlnt;. In the case of the the unwisdom of this course that he mul rout:li farm laiul, u Is.rtloii of It may be maluliilneil In u was determined not to thrust his po in.illiit. i:prrtonc.' has provetl ems down the throats of the people; fill in that 10 per cent of the farm area mat If luoy wnnti.l to read them they slioiiltl bo maintain. 'i! In tree cover, could buy Ids books. iisetl for wootlldt pur.ses. Still olli-- t r laiul thinly set with trees or wltlutut forest cover, but tlcrlcultunilly may Well b" ilevotetl to special Iris' crops, mul iiuuuij theso uru trees. tlui Proven by Experience That 10 Per Cent of Farm Area Should 6e Devoted to Trees. Clvllliillon was born In the East r imes letters, art, rt'llxion rowed "ird from Asia. When l.'urope - peopled only with and beyond t! 'ineniment Houn-Me- il 1'roui Ariiunlu, Sjrt. und IVrsla enn-.- both the Jewish mul the l'hrstl,in ulldi.i.s, the nlplei' t and I. ui li t f svlfiL'c. Lorn: sin. .' tide ol ii il. Civ;!!, jtlon unions; these enst- n p .r.lis l.eciin to ebb, nn.l they ' o s pp,,i fur bud; towa-- d theJt ir.tl daj.s. wilderness, wnnder'.MT .ia.", tribe, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Mixture Too Rich. It sometime happens that ton rich a mixture of fuel mul ulr cuter, tho rouibiislloii iliauiber, which Is practically us bail us no fuel at all, as (ho rich mixture ruiin.it be .'TpbIetI by the spark. This iloe not often happen Uoiirbon Chief, 2nd. Dam by Ilourbon Chief. nntl with Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should with n (ohl eiiflncHid market, the crutleIs fiml now on hut tiny occur. Lien retained on nil foals until season is paid. nf al nil miciiiiiiiit.il wim u warmIt not Season is due when mare is traded or parted with, or bred to Thero lire several way of nnotlwr horse or Jack. ClosltiK Hi this tlllllculty. ueetlle valve uutl rrntikliiK Hut cnnlue h few limes will reniovi' tin- - rich mixture iulcMy uml trplaiv It with practical!) pure air. Itcmovlui; a spark Koule No. 3. Phone 35-thrshorts. COLT. is fifteen hands hie;h, Kood bone aiul ear ami considered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood. He i royally bred boinjj by I.ontr Tom, he by William Todd's bin Jack, by Marmnduke. 1st dam by Hilly Hreckinridire. he by JOHN GRAY AT $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING "KAISER" PEA CHANGES NAME Variety Known at "MeAdoos" and Ara at Widely Distributed at Liberty Bonds. by tho UnlteJ BtatM Department of rarmers who want tit buy quantities of Hie variety of flehl pea lntrotlucel scleral jears ni;o by th" Unltctl States y, ilcparttuent of UKrlculture from unit then known a tho "Kaiser" pea, will nave trouble by not usluiftliat name uny more. These pen uru uow known at mul they ure as wlilely tlUtrlbuleil throUKk the North-i- t cut at Liberty iHimls, which cause J Hie tubttltullon In uutuvnclatur. (Prepared, Hit' Cap, fui $50,000 Surplus $30,000. John Gray A. It. DENNY, President. J. K. STORM ES, Vice-I'res- t. C. M. THOMPSON. Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. It. HARRIS. Individual Hook-keepeHUGH MOB LEY, General nook-Keepe- Safety Ofeposit Boxes For Rent. H. P. CONN, Paint Lick.Ky I WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. k G. B. Swinebroad, Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. atomies, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. I The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Apr 17 1919. KILL SQUIRRELS IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kldnfr tHa A majority of people totay can be trweed tack to kldnty trouble. TIis kldnera ra the most Important organs of the tsxlr. Ther are the Aliereri, the purifier,, of your blood. Kidney dlteajie la uauallr IndlcatM by wearlneea, slseplessncaa. nsrvouanese, despondency, backache, atomarh trou-blpain In lolna and lower abdomen, Theumatlam. sciatic trail atones, and lumbago. All theae deiranrementa are nature' slarnala to warn you that the kldneya uae (loI.D You ahould need help. MKDAL Haarlem Oil Capiulea imme. If no per-o- TO SAVE CROPS WE HAVE TEE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET rspotr of lha III, arnlctlntt lately. The soothlna-- heallntt ml atlni. ulalea the kldneya, re1lee Intlanima-tlon- t and deatroya the icerma which I Idaho Farmers Saved $1,250,000 lt until tohave rausfil It. Do not morrow, tlo to your druKKIet today ard in 1918 by successful war Oil Inellt on GOUJ MKDA1, Haarlem you Capsulrs. In twentyfour houra on Rodents. should feel health and vinor returning and will Me,a the day you tlrat heard of ROM) MKIVM, Haarlem Oil. After you feel that J on hare cured yourself, continue to take one or two capsule each "lay, so aa to keep It 'POWDERED STRYCHNINE USED nrat-clas- a condition and ward off tha danrer of o. her attacks Imported OOLH Ask for the otixlnal MKDAL. brand. Three aliee. Money rePolaon Aett Very Quickly Through funded If they do not help you. the Mouth nd Cheek Pouchea Saccharin and Corn Sirup Make Bait Palatable. d . I Buick AND ft Protect Your Hogs. Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All are flood and we sell them. T i Ity combating ground squirrels Ida ho fanner caved over $1."p0.Uiks In coun crops during WIS. Twenty-twed Stnt" department of agriculture In Mumping out the squirrel pest, and as it rcult 277,731 acres were cleared of the rodent. I It is etimateu tnai tins gronuo squirrel eradication work In Idaho saved at least IS per cent of the total crop of that state which formerly went to pay the early rodent tribute. At one farmer phraes It, "I ucd to consider that the squirrels bad a percent of my crop", as mortgage on of all 1 prothey devoured duced. Now after I have cleared my farm of squirrels. I harvest and save UK) per cent of all the erupt I grow." In ItiinncvUU' counly, Idaho. 114 farmers distributed ti,rj:i pounds ot poisoned oats over W.'l acres, and as a direct and Immediate result saved $H,'JtV worth of farm crops which otiiorwi-- o would have been consumed In the eradication by the squirrels. campaign, one farmer In this county ilsoned bait ocr one of distributed !,", ""V ,1',"ur lat0' hi ,M'U when be returned to the Held count' ed 2.M dead ground squirrels, six rub-1- . ties nml Urj.'i fanners Willi the biological survey of Hip full- Dodge A demonstration will convince you and relieve your undecision as to the car to buy. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. I Centenary To Aid Victory Loan. preachers nml 17,000 Methodist 75,000 Methodist Minute Men have been, pledged to the Government to help put over the Victory Loan. Alconsidering though its work for "World Wide Christian reconstruction" of vast importance, leaders of the Methodist Centenary Movement possible way in its big drive. placed themselves on record as wishing to help the Government in every Every department of Methodism is to get behind the Victory Loan. We intend to show the Government what the forces of Christianity, properly mobilized, can accomplish," says Dr. V. I. Johnson, Executive Secretary of the Cincinnati Area. Hon. Carter Glass, Secretary of the Treasury, telegraphed his appreciation of the Centenary action. etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the nbove caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443. I'os- - KINNAIRD BROS., Agents. STATEMENT Of the Ownership, Man- agement, Circulation, Etc., Required by the Act of Congress Of August, 24, 1912. Of The Central Record, published weekly at Lancaster Ky, for April 1019. State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid. personally appeared It. I.. Elkin, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he Is the' Publisher of the Central Record, and! that the following is, to tho best of, his knowledge and belief, a true state- ment of the ownership management, if n daily paper the circulation) ' Elkin. ' acts cry mpldly through Hie mouth and cheek poudies Instead of througl. uu-- . tui.i- - ,,. Mnllllu.h. It Is prepared by mix names and addresses of imliviilual j iB one tnblorMf.itirut of glos starch owners, or, if a corporation, give its n one-hal- f tencupful of cold water name ami the names and addresses of and then stirring this combluallou Into 1 per one-hapint of boiling water to make, stockholders owning or holding cent or more of the total amount of a thin, clear paste. Then one ounce of powdered stryihnlne (alkaloid) la stock.) I min ou"c'' "f having soda J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. tIie ,!,,; "n,,r ,Mlrr'"1 3. That the known bondholders. a smooth, creamy mass, mortgages, and other security hold-- , starch T,l(,H (me.fimrtll froe ,lf r1 .,..... u. ........ u. . i est.oonfu of , more of total amount of bond; of glycerin and one scant teaspoon mortgages, or other securities arc: ful ot saccharin dissolved In a little (If there are none, so state.) warm water are stirred together. This i Xone. R. L. Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 31st day of .March 1919, W. K. Champ, N'otnry Public, Lancaster, Ky, My commission expires Jan. IS, 1920. Business Manager. R. L. tnl Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: . ,. . ,., That the names and addresses, ,., of the publisher, editor, managing fallen prey to the deadly bait. editor, and business managers are: Poison Used. I'ublishcr, R. L. Elkin, Uincaster, Idaho farmers formerly used ctrych' Ky nine sulphate prepared In a arlety ot Editor, J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, ways to poNon groiinil squirrels, but Th Village Stocks. because this material proved unntls- ' Ky. The curious old habit of punishing f powdered strjeh offender by placing them lu the poli Managing Editor, H. I.. Elkin, Lan- -' factory, the u n'111' ("'kalold) Is now practiced In the tic tocks seems wry far In the Mind- caster, Kentucky. i "' ,..., ., LANCASTER, KY. n"'u"'.. i. inc unnci, nui - ,. on y past, jet n number of thee obi wiumIcii marblues may still seen In Kngland. Usually they stand, or they MmhI. on the village green, near the church; and It Is not such n long while since stocks ceuetl to be used In tho land. The common tean Is a nntlvo of South America and was Introduce! t it. Into Corope during the sixteenth century. Now It Is represented by otrr Few Free From Errors. i: tartetli-s- . The Mg hrond benn N Why not try to look over the other nrobably n native of southwest Asls We have been and northeastern Kurope. The broad, fellow's mlstnkes? making them ever since Cnindfntber l"it not thick, lime henn, culled by sonoi -t. utter benn." I Adam lost Ida place In the Harden of n jsde vnrlity that comes from South America. IM.n. ftns had to pay tnes or this would be n smtllrr world Tain. Deans. PUBLIC SALE OF CONN BROS, Lancaster, Ky. The First Gas Respirator. The !irt apparatus to emit1 persons to enter a noxious Inflammable ntinovplure was called an "aeropliore" ) and was the Invention of M. Ilenayr-ruUMa Kmiih Inventor and elentlt. It was first tc'ed nt Cliatham. I.'ng-- 1 bind, 41 years ngo, anil was reported Franklin Ground Squirrel. snccesriil. Vast Improvements on this iec,.. nhbb comprised an air solution Is spread over 12 quarts nt pump, l.iuiri ami lleillile tubing, have slr.re l.ivri maile and tln-- e have saveil oats and mlied thoroughly In order to ...W.ll t..r.l..l ,.f .1.1 ' fl.... . " f hundred. In mine ace nls , r., "'-The ma.erlal-sn.tte- red ''l-si- ble luM without their e. u, (o a mrilmM , along the clean, bard surfaces near the snillrrel holes when. It ulll not en danger livo stock and where tbero Is no chiuce for the n!"iits to v.ustu tho material by tramping over It or by covering It with refuse from their holes, uh would occur were the bait to bo placed directly In their burrows. Control Columbian Squirrels. Columbian ground squirrels uru not controlled l.y this method of eradication, as they hull oats very carefully before eating them, and hence avoid tlo poison. Therefore a special method of preparing bait for theso squlirels Is useil so tli.lt as Ihey bull tho oats tho poison Hakes off In the rodents' moiitlH and kills thcin. The Columbian squirrel bait is prepared by combining In dry mixture 0110 ounco of powdered strjthiiliiu (alkaloid) ntid oiki ounce of baking aint-Withoul soda, one teaspoouful of saccharin mid thrco tablespooiifuls of Hour, ml Hug u little colik water and stirring thoroughly to it smooth, creamy paste. This Buy paint that you know is good paint that mlxturo Is distributed uniformly over there's no mystery about. On tho back of every 111 quarts of outs us in tho former case, and the poison bait scutteKsl as can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find previously descrlbrd. This poison the exact formula of its contents. Thus you should bo used within 10 to 11 ilujs take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. after preparation, us otherwise the material will dust off tho grain. tells you just what goes to make up its inI'ulson ground squirrels us early In tho spring us ioslb!e, us In this wuy gredients. tho natural Increase of young squirrels Is eliminated. The iMiUonlng campaign should be continued throughout tho year until tho section Is free of good-lookiis the good-wearin- g, paint that thcio pests. Tho rodents will eut Ihu poison balls at any time. Attention expert painters prefer. Try it. should bo given to destroying-- the squirrels lu all their haunts la pastures; uncultivated fields, fence rows, Sold by and roads, as well us from tho cultivated fields whore complete eitirmluu-tlo- u ot the peats Is touKbt. Stock, Implements, Househo and Kitchen Furniture by-bi- ' ,,,,.,,,, rr Having sold my farm in Garrard County, one mile North of Bryanli- ville, Ky., on the Lexington and Danville pike, and having to give possess,,.,. on ion May 5, 1919, 1 will sell without reserve of d Wednesday, April 30th, One-hors- e 1919 Mystery It Hanna's Green Seal At 10 o'clock, A. M., the following property: Buggy and 2 sets of Harness, Good Family horse, Extra good Jersey cow now milking Extra good Jersey cow and calf, Deering Mower, Sow and nine pigs, Lot of Garden and Farming tools too numerous too mention. As I am not going to keep House any longer, will sell all of my House hold Furniture, consisting of Beds, Dressers, Wash Stands, Wardrobe, Chairs, Rockers, Swing, Tables, Couch, Carpets and Rugs, Range, Dishes, Lamps, and many other things too numerous to mention, also a lot of chickens, Hams, Bacon and Lard. TERMS:-A- U sums of $50 and under, Cash; over this amount six months credit with negotiable not bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. LYNE & ROBINSON, Real Estate Agts and Auct, J. W. Glass Nicholasville., Ky The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 17 1919. A GOAT OF ARMS If there were but one ftdison instru- 0 GENEVIEVE ULMAR. ment in all the world:- the nation, enclosed granite walls and guarded as one of its most within priceless possessions. People would cross continents for the privilege of hearing its marvelous rendition of artists' voices or instrumental performances. But because the resources of modern science permit its production in quantity and its sale at a reasonable price, you take it for granted. As a matter of fact it would be the property of The NEW EDISON "The Pnonorfraph with a Soul" achievements of modern the artist's voice or instrument with such complete fidelity that no HUMAN HAK CAN DISTINGUISH THKTWO KKNDITIONS; that of the living artist from that of the New Kdi.son. More than lTifll) tone tests have heen conducted to demonstrate the truth of this claim. More than 'J. (101), 000 people have heard the living artist sinir in direct comparison with his own voice on the instrument, and in not one instance could a listener say when it was the artist he heard and when the New No .other instrument has ever been subjectKdison. ed to this searching test. Drop into our store tomorrow and hear a in one xcipurt. f tilt.1 greatest It I n ion I il'.tirlcht, mil. I Wi.ttrn "Thnnk goutiness, that I overt" With lofty Mrs. I'rury tilted her smnll puis noe In tlic air and fettled herself comfortably In the I'ulhiinn eiuieli as the Otcrlmid Cliff. started away from The cause of her perturbation lind loin the fuel Hint her husband, sturdy cor.imonpluio niid loynl to enll, wns out .Hi the rmr philfurm of the enr waving iidU'ii to n cheering. .lm..ii t niHv f croup of his fellow etlf.en. They wrre repreentntlic of n mining town, ii rul thirled, ii men, filled with M nml firewater and thors oughly sincere In their g inline fur a man who had stood hy them and fur them through tea yours. Tliey hml proxi'il their friendship hy fleeting htm mayor of the town only a month prelou an. I a rent tear stood In the eye of Jnhti liruryns the friend1 niid toun fadeil from lew. IIIk pretty daUL'hter, Muhrl, had not I n too proud or to stand hi'Mde him, nnd he wai pleaded of her shnrltic lil truly ilemn. tlioush rrntle plrlt, Jt.ni) a inurti-oui element eomillmeut irreet.il the little holy from the crowd. She had eyi-t- , hourier. iiinlidy for a youtu: fellow who llnsered on Its outklrt. Nor- man : I . and the Imi partlui: wave of her dainty handkerehl. f i In Ids direction. "Now we're coins to catch It!" he lunched, u they entered the coach and Joined her mother, prim and cennorl-on.- . ..t.r John Deere and Black Hawk and Flying Dutchman Corn Planters, John Deere and Oliver Disc and Smoothing Harrows, John Deere and Oliver Cultivators. We can save you money on these. Call and see our ant! Cast Stoves, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers. Walter I). S Plows. We can save you money on ail these. .Mailable J. ; R. MOUNT The & PAINT! Get Our Prices. PAINT! CI Deal House. CO. PAINT! We Can Save You Money. Just a Little One. Maybe. le to be sure we belleM- - (icorre hlngton never told a II.. we nl. i "111 wonder how he got nround Ii I Mr. Washington ever asked him In- - didn't think her new way of I' rlns parnlps made them perfectly delicious. Macon Telegraph. It used to be thought that sleep Sleep and the Brain. To Build Hospitals. To alleviate human nulTering and cure disease tliruugh the extension of ' its i.rent syftem of hospital centers in number, In counnrw twenty-sitries wiiere groups of millions of peo ple are without adequate medical attention, the Hoard of Foreign MisKpiscopal sions of the Methudist Church will spend $L',2b8,fc! I in buildini; forty-liv- e more hospitals nnd twenty-fou- r dispensaries in foreign countries as a result of the Methodist Centenary Movement to raise- - $l!o,-000,00- 0 for world reconstruction. This is an entirely separate venture hospitfrom that of the forty-eigals maintained by the Methodist Kpiscopal Church in America through which pass annually over 00,000 d because the circulation of blood through the brain grew- - so feeble that this, the sent of consciousness, could wnrU no longer nnd sleep look place. Jinny years ago a surgeon studying the subject watched the falling circulation of the brain through a hole In the skull of a sleeping animal. Yet this Is only effect, not cnue. Tim brain has less blood because It sleeps; It does not sleep because It has less Miss). L. B. SftPP FURNITURE) COMPANY. DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE AND RUG STORE. DANVILLE, FAINT LICK Mr. and Mr. M. K. Huss wen- - in thinvillc Saturday. Mkss Hester Patrick visited friends in Ulchmnnd. Sunday l improving .Mr. IMd William after an attack uf measles. Minos Mary ami Alma I .car apviit the week end ill Winchester. her resumed Miss I.ucy Kranri school duties Monday morning. Mr. nml Mrs. Ogg, I. C 11. KENTUCKY. Ituck. r V 'appendicitis. iiitvil Mr. ami Mrs. Ollic lloain near llereu, Sun-.la- Moire Jim Penny ami Win. attended tin- I'reslijtcr) at e - Tuesday. Mr. Jim Kuckcr o( Lexington spent tlio weekend with his mother. Mrs. Kstrntge who was operated I The Mt. Tabor Sunday School ure mi at Il.inwlle Saturday was doing going to haw a contest and stait fori (Washington 1. 0. first Sunday nicely when last heard from. in' May. All are invited to attend S. S. Misses llmnm ami Ora Kstridge take part ill wilted their brother, I!. W. Kstridgc, landWashington. the contest ami trip to at P.mville Hospital Mumlay afternoon. Stephen ami Morris Todd, ColeMm Willie Williams who hns heeu man Arnold, Olvin Patrick, Jim Hurw U at llalston. Misses lira Kstridgo, Marie attcii'i'n" Kichnond .Von-m- l Inline thin week t'.inlineil to her bed ami lluelah Led ford and Mrs. C. S Kllis attended the It. V. P. U. Convenwith measles. tion at Lexington. Saturday and Sin. Miss Kthel Kstrnlgc who is teaching day. school at llenham Ky, ha lieen called ' home .in account of the serious ill-- I Thinking of Strenuous Days. ness of her brother. "Inrlicr (carried away hy Ins rend-i- i J Mm. (. 1.. Ilunimuck who has heeu nces) "And when he'd lnnpi i he did a imi dle that fairly conlincd to her lie. I several .lays wan taken to the l)anille Hospital Mon- - i. .k Minr hreiitli nny." Huston i:e-n- l ig Transcript. ( .lay morning to he operated on for A Rare Bird THE 1919 BUICK SIX Is extraordinary and exccllant quality. Easy riding and made of that durable material for which the Buick is famous. We can deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleased to demonstrate. Price Give us a $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. you make of your-H-lholinohhlne with that common herd," srohleil MrV. Iirury. "I hope yen foriret them ipeedlly. And ilrnirslnc Inl.e Into It !" " hecan John, "See, hi re. Nam "That I not my name!" Minpp.il his better half. . "I forpit you're ch.inped It to All rlKht, If It suits you. Only you've changed other things nnd I'm sjsht ilnwnlo'art.il I ause of It. Tell you. Klrl. you're tnirliu me away from all I . herlsli the free mountain, the roucli-nnready life, friends who nre true as steel I wlh I'd neer struck the nolden t'haniv'" "You are mi nncrateful man," storm. si Mrs. Iirury. "It ln't cwry man Hint a toleoiul.i roines to. You nre no longer John I'rury. hull fellow well met with a crowd of Illiterate pro'pec tor., hut the Hon. John lrnry, oipilre. millionaire. I should Hunk you'd he Cbd to see me nnd Mnl-- l with h ihanee to shine In society and lift up our heads wlih the het of them." John Iirury did not reply. He uttered a slk'h, and Mabel e. hoed It. She was thlnklm: of the handsome, manly jounc mine tnanap r to whom she had heen nil but enzago.1, of the glad, free life of the bills, of Ifie home, the best In Lone .'llfT. a liberty hall for all the ouiu: p.siph hi the district. The lucky strike of John Prnry had been the mnnel of the year In mining elrcles. A chance dls.inery had made li'ai a rt.li man oter nlcht. He had iisked milhlnz better than to work the opulen? I'lalm and shnn1 his luck with old nnd tried (omrmlcs but the posseslnn of rii lies lind apmeil In his wife the loftiest ambitions. Meekly suhuilsslw. John made only u feeble protest. "Mm be she'll come to her senses nhen she sees tin- - hollowness of her hopisl honest. creat Ideas of John. of the Ururys, leil The by tin- - determined spirit of Its KtililliiR Senilis, underwent u truly newly-rliexperience, l'lr-- t, they tisik an suite In tin- - mo- -t exclusive of New York lintels; then a leae of n sumptuous boueltard mansion. A professional chaperone pretend.sl to Introduce Mrs. Iirury iimoui; the high clr-el- e of fnhlon. There was a young i.inn who claimed to bean expatriated Italian count. Then Mrs. Prury .nlous of the .nat of arias exploited by n nelshbor. She ordered one for herself. It wat hlazon.sl on the plowed on theeli--piu- t family sllwrware. finally automobile. Mabel thought of running away when the Illustrious count found favor In the eyes of her mother as a pnspeetlve Then, slowly hut surely, Mrs. Urury begun to learn that her guests were of the partcnu class. They feasted royally at her cvpeiise. They borrowed money of her husband. One day the crisis enme. The specialist who hud sought out the coat of arms wus a eousclentlous uiun. He appeared, flustered and penitent, one day. "Muilatue," he said, "I haw made n fearful mistake. In tracing buck the I'rury genealogy an assistant mistook The I'hlneai. Plilueas for l'lilletus. brunch of the family were humble colI will return the money liery workers. j oil paid tm " t am sick of "No, no, go forget It all this show and fully I" moaned the IiuiiiIiI.nI "Anastasla," The count, learned cf the episode ami declared he could not connect himself with the rubble ! A local newspaper wrote up the situation, though using fictitious names. Mm. Urury came tn when- - her hushuud uud Mabel were stated rending one day and burst Into tears. "Taki! me bulk home." she plended. "I would rather be mayoress In Lone CHIT than a nobody In New York." And John lift"! his head with a snort of delight, as If already sniffing iignln the pun-- , bracing air of the mining camp. And Mabel thought of Nonuuu Itoodc and knew that all wan well. "A idee spiK'tH.le THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR in every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. Iltiilt for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby" Grand Roadster $1045.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1045.00 F. 0. 15. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. til Burning Truth. Mler- - MTher Said the fantl golf fanatics get a lot of aiUfactlon out of r.slucln' Ihelr stiokes from h- -t s"t, hut t'le real Joy of 1'fe comes frni beln able to reduce the number tons of coal from the winter boof fore." I I Early American Statesman. Ilnmllton, one of our r- - utiM stntesmen. wns sometimes a id "Alexander the Coppersmith," h'c'U-- o of tho copper cents he had ui ide In lTtin. when he was secretary or 'he treasury. These pennies were .erv unpopular with the people. Ho - k'lled In a duel by Aaron Hurr. w tennder The Candle In Hlitory, Appropriate Look. The cult of the candle plays a large j role In Human. JewMt and Knsteni j Hubert had lost his little pet dog and history ; and many are fell bad about It. Ills father told him tl ustmns that have their birth 111 poor little ITdo must be dead or he some magical or iltuallstlc use to uoi'M return home. Ills mother sent wlili Ii the candle has bein put. In I ! "ii nil errand, when he met a womsome parts of Ireland, for Instance. It en friend of Ids mother's who nskeil was usual on Christmas eo to burn I him If he was III, as he had little to "Oh, no," he said, "but my Ilttlo a large ennille which no one was per ' s.i if! led to snuty except those who boru i!r'- - is dead and I am w curing a bUck .s V the name of Mary. 3CD FGRDSON TF ACTORS We have for immediate delivery two FORDSON TRACTORS with two gang OLIVER PLOWS. Will make special prices on these TRACTORS if sold in thirty days. The Danville Buick Go L. B. Walnut St. 31 t CONN, Proprietor. Phone 798. Danville, Ky 11 U " " t DC id The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 17 1919. USE ARSENIC TO Bilious? Take NR Tonight rirrnttd. , 0(tcn Desirable to Employ SOmo Method Surer Than That of Girdling. KALIAH FLAH NalufVt Rmify It Ctttr tnd Sf Than Clomct. C1ns Out Sytttm Without Crlpinc Slop blctt Htadjch. ArMBBHCEMEHT Wo arc pleased to ani.ouneo to the n. ntt I lltf-ii 'n)tlfati n r U lir.),!..i ,if, it. , nr li th rr .t i )i ty ttf i .it. a I .rj to it I era ti tr mt c .it. t rrat!i uor lt L rnn bctiin x if.il in ut.'.t iinf ti rj 1, AUS f IS GOOD . i Nature ' t is - Useful Directions for Making Poison Solution fcr Quick and effective Work In All Kinds cf Timber Are Given. (Prepared tnir rufltiB l.,iT g .9 ti .n a ... t t of n.l .n' m.l i lni rf !' '!i..n nr , It n t rr-- nt!y pril ftttfi. lull lly nn, a kcmiv f. t t Tel frllghttst vr Ik-' & t ., i t. la h. Ilvi-r- , r Hcmrdy pun rrr t 1 I' t T.in I t t I. 1 at i RiGLEYS Wrapped to insure its perfect condition in ail climates and seasons. Sealed tight kept right. The perfect gum in the ly the rutted Mates Department of Attn ulturo.) cleaning tip pasture Innd or clriir-n-s Ill new land for crops It Is often lelnib!c to kill tri es t,y mime method surer iiml ipilcker than the method of girdling. Ill dealing with the kinds of trees whhli sprout from Hie Mump, siuh lis the oaks, hickories, and red cum, a rellahle method lolly needed. of killing Is pft druvclaU I'or the purpovt. (tf poWonlng trees, arsenic has Peon successfully used In countries, oftei lioth this mid other s killing trees In n few eeks or a which hy the simple drilling process would require months. Useful directions for making up n iilon solution for ipihk anil effective work In .11 kinds of tlintiir. together with the method of implication tire given fpiotcd from a ncctit nuiiilier of n. C. McROnnitTS. In the Australia I'oreMry .lournal. Australia. It appears, much Investlgn-HoOptlmlitle Thouaht. exhas lieen widely Used with A true soldier loves peace cellent results. ways ready for war. Formula Found Good. following N the formula: t Arsenic, 1 pound. W'hltlnff. i, iimnd. uter. 4 Ktiliuns tVaMntc mkU 1 pound, or caustic soda, i, pound . DillyTr-Tha- h vn a iNlt Tabi.-uI'Y ruil 'ff'fC i!tn the rntl o h 1' nm nflmll. tMn. tho tini lutirn it M ! mm uty Is I. thn U M from f ilMii . tiMy H cl nti I tl3 ir iv hot o rj'ftrni ftrvnTt'un.Ml. or ; j.ki nt jo ir lKjdv li till r:!. t .1 onliiin. ou ncr.lk- ti . t ti m Ji. ir.o crry j tl t i Xi. VaMct icraslnalljr whrn lntllKt3liun, lllmianrss nmt runst1vitjnti tnr- at ft, y 'l ran Always frl yrr nn! Ilomrmber KerHntr well t ailcr aint well K rhiKr than !ux'ttlntrNature't Remed ;ct a 2io f (Mt TabVtn) nn.l try It H U ol.(. pu.irantecl uiiJ rvcuunucnUvU hy yur pi cr the comf.Tt, Hut that In cnplntf n1! Auto Owners of Central Kentucky that we htive recently added to our 15 Ki GARAGE RADIATOR" REPAIRING WELDING, BRAZING BATTERY REPAIRING AND CHARGING And sell the best batteries on the market Ever-ready. ! not Natur' lft We can do any kind of Auto Ky Rcpair-inj- r Lcilr, tu I" al- jj t?5 promptly. Make our Garajre your headquarters when you are in Danville. We keep a complete line of Tires, Tubes and all kinds ol accessories. perfect package. After every meal Inward eye of solitude. Won'- - Hiss :, The Scoffer. Maybe one girl In fifty hi two men to choose hetnccii, Init ue don't In Hove the girl ever 11 ml who liml Iiei pick rf three. Topcka Capital. He Understood. Mrs. Henpeck "She's very pretty, hut she hardly says n word. I can't understand why so many men pnose to her." Mr. Henpeck "I ran." London Answers. Law cf Life. com! or cv;i; tin act. In time a haMt, so ran llfi'j Ijw; what you live In your thought world, that, sooner or later, you will find objectified In your life. llalrh Wuldo Trine, A thought, i iI way Ik the heir, you seek ne the advantage of both, and I.i.inv u lime merely ioiii'jIim all the! i i.iiif.... rr.. i. .i.. ,i. t mi w!ien a comproinl-- o Is the wlswt i : ln. there are just ui ninny t v hen It Is iiivcr i'ce niwl we.il: )i How can n.,.- ! i hlch rimes ure which? Well, th. i aa-nl'ier decision fur yea. j (.'II .lil'-- "eware of Or." t'oiptatlnn In tnailng difficult 'hsi h s Is to compromise. ou aren't ss. to i wa a 0. BIGNEY. Director and F'liiiua 18. Since the ordinary white nrscnlous of isiuittierie Is not soluble In water to any great degree. sishi has When to he used for the purpose. The flavor lasts large amounts of the iison are iler lll he cheaper, sired washing soda hut for smalt amounts iiititlc soda will perhaps he found the hinidlest. To prepare the solution. tirt the sisla (eltlier form) In u convenient amount of water, using heat. ti It: If deslrahle, to nsIit and then slowly ndd the arsenic, previously made Into n thin paste (ns the housewife treats her cornilour). stirring all the time; place on n strong tire, and after It has come to the holl, allow It to remain boiling for nt least half an hour: stir from time to time, Best. Simple Pleasures and he careful to stand on the side wholesome ne the awny from the fumes, ns, helng iols-onouHow sweet mid that so Into small room pictures they are apt tu cause sickness. the huiuhle. simple, accustomed slghtf When the nrsenlc Is thoroughly and sounds that bring the soul at once the solution may he made up Into the open air. Henry Ward to the required hulk hy adding the Ueecher. remainder of the water, either hot or cold. The whiting Is nildeil merely Puz:le for fas Jury. to serve as an Indicator of the trees Here Is a summing up which Is linnl treated, ns It turns white on drying. "fientle-me- n to heat for succinctness; Winter Best Season. of the Jury: In this case the The best time for currying on the operation of polsoulng Is when the counsel on doth are unintelligible, he witnesses Ineri'illhle, and the tree Is dormant, or during the winter plalntllTs and defendants are lioth su.-months. This will most surely prebad characters that to me It Is a matter vent suckcrlng, although trees ran of Indifference how you 'give your ver- he killed practically any time of the dict." year. In applying the poison, the tree Is first girdled hy a series of heavy downIvory Mais. ward strokes of the nx through the There are hut three mats of Ivor) hark and well Into the wood, leaving ei'stence. The largest one tnea s hr 4 feet ; and, although made the chips protruding outward In a i itli of India, lias n Oreek dt- -' "frill" extending completely around . for a liorder. It Is uotl only on the tree. It Is necessary that this "frilling" process he thoroughly dont', .tte occasions, like the signing of ltn iL.'nt state (Influents, The cost ot which alone would ordinarily kilt the tree after some time, A half pint ' precious mat wa almost huuh " for more than C, H" pounds of for small trees to a quart for very trees of the nit Ivory uisl In Its construe-.- . large the ( hipped poison Is then pourisl surfiice, taking care Into Only the llne-.- t and tnot tlcxl-to saturate the wood thoroughly. An s'llps of the material could he n l the mat Is IlLo the finest vvov-.'.rl- e. old teapot or kettle with ll spout serves well the purpose of pouring without needless waste or spilling down the trees. Saplings may lie cut o.T low down and the poison applied over the stump hy n kwmIi stick. If this Is done wheiithe sup Is down the tree will lie completely killed und snckerlng prevented. oIde Rules. w-- . ..leago -- - r at a healthful ewreimduu hygienic rHri- - sho.iei he cx r ' tiiiit. In Eclectlng jo'i- - Hotlng.'' ciys tie One of the DANVILLE MOTOR CO lncoris. rated - Cduestion Thrcugn rartiej. n The aver.ige nan's InltinN . lalllar to the .'pie of his rote.- i Hut nolnxly eer knows Ids fu'' u.u le party. Topeka until his wife gles Capitol. Salute to th? Flsj u glirn hy The vilute to the raising the right hand l:a outward, unill the Index tlngi r Is eien with the It. r edge of the foreheu-ami stand-- i i attention. . Symbol of Firmnrn. can't push n mill.- and yoa of tlrm-nes- s can't pud him. As mi A lint hvlter do urn want. of hi con-- l mule sure has the courJack sun llh- T'tnes Union. tliius. You DANVILLE, S KENTUCKY. Drlnht Oliver. lioi. slightfrom etei-wIhhI dir-eily wiapj wnttT SiHr null .e l,.illiil In a hriuht iiliioiliiiini t'ltii with shsmall jihs es nt line or In a pan '.lth suit find sod.i, Ttiee and It can tic the sll-tiicthods flt-ai- i polished afti rard. SlUir mil unit tirlvhti-- If ut Oricnt.-lru- -n h 1 Tli'- - 5 P'lWve In 13. - ens wp.ii h- II' ''ti ' In s, -- n . Wash, I'lllllf 'I ''i .'I" n'aK 1 K hi'un t trili " Hi o:'-ii. "rt fmtn "i i -- tl tin r lly I e- 111 - iihi ir l plelneil ll. i ! '.!' I wc Oti'iit Jtit ,m:.i when ll colli'-or linltlnj wiihlltu I i:t is like 'in the doeu or a ted . os In illllllllllg e.s- - A FAMILY MEDICINE In Her INCREASE HAY 25 PER CENT of In- Kollicr'i Hoae, Say Tth Georjia Latly, IWorrlias BUcks Draaghi. It'lict l'Vorn Head-- , Hsla-ieChills, Etc. Recommended by Department aic, , Funeral Ollli-e Embalmer. .'13.;; to Maintain and crease Live Stock. Uesiiletiee phone Lancaster. Kentucky, p (Prepartd tiy the United States Department of Agriculture.) A "5 pi r cent Increase In the production of hay, In order to maintain' and If posslhlo to Inrrense the supply of llvo stock. Is recommendi it hy tie) CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus 8100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. Harvesting ON V. V. Hudson, "ROLL OF HONOR.'' J. J. Walker, V. Pres. Wy O. Klgney, Asst. Cachier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Hay Crop With a Push Rake. President, W. V. Chamu, Cashier, Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, United KtKtes department of agriculture. The production of buy In the United Klten hi 1U1S wus only Isl.omi,-(tuns, us conipured with Wfm.tm til 11)17, und 111,000,000 In 1U1U. This fulllug off wux due to uufuvoruble sea-hoiand to plow lug up meadow luada tor other croyt. 0 Sir?, ditif. flaston, JUnnrold, G.r of this place, wrltca: "I am n user In ruct, of Th'xlfurd'B. lllacli-DraugIt was ono of our family inndlclnoo Also In tny tnothcr'B hoaie, when I was a child. When any of uu rhlld-rctomplalncd of headache, usually cnuaed hy cons'liiatlon, sl.o Ravo ui t. which would of i Often In tho rectify tho trouble. Fprlnn. vo would havo malaria Vind chills, or troubles of this kind, wa pretty regwould take niaik-Draugular until the liver acted well, ntul o up and around would soon tic rraln. Wo would not he without It, for It certainly haj saved us lots of t Just n doj of dot tor Lllla. vihen not so well saves a lot of days In bed." has been Thedfard'a Illark-Urauslu txo for many years la tho treatliver and bowtl ment of fctomach, trcublus, und tho popularity which It cow enJoj-- Is proof of Its merit. If ycur liver Is not doins Its duty, you will suffer from such disagree-- , oblo eymptoms os headache, bllloua-BC3Indigestion, etc., constipation. r.nd unices Bomethlnc 1st doue, serious trouble tony result. his bna Thedford's Illaclt-DrauA- t found a valuable remedy for them vegetable, and troubles. It Is purely eta In a prompt and natural way, regulating th liver to Its propar functions nud cleansing tho bowels of Impurities. Try It. Insist ou Thed-(tra'the original ud ceaulus. IS 78 u m which cuecu' n tr.av iuc. pa able t.i V II llr n, M.istcr fun I mi metier tf the I. .rr.ir I Circuit i Court, and a l.en wdl he rcered up-- I on the proerty still until the pur money is paid i chase GARIIARD CIRCUIT COURT. ' W If IIIKIWN, M C (i. C C. I'laintilfs. I. A. Scott, i t nl. J. K. Kobitison. Atty for IMtfs. VS. Defendant Nannie K. Siott, l'ursuant to ii judgment rendered Optlmlitic Thought. the undernt the March Term. A true Foldler never Iwuls his aword signed ('omnii.ntir,er will sell nt pub-li- e auction before the t'ourt House to i rm slaughter. Ktntucky, at 11 door 111 o'clock, A. .M., on Dumis Phenmenal iVrlter. The cider Dumas. In one phenome1UI1'. MONDAY. Al'Itll. it being the first da of the Currard nal year, aitually turned. out oIumcs (bounty (Court Term, the real estate nt the rate of one a nei-kmentionrd in the pleadings nnd described as follows: Spasmodic Sennon. lleginnlng at a point 'J feet North-cas- t every man The of a young forked hluck walnut, llilug, world limy one are but some fellovis loailucsl n new cortivr to Hamilton and Robinson, N hi 4 H', passing corner to that the world has been holding out u post nt back pay on 'em for a long time. chains, V. A. Plovd at the end of a section of stone fence, and about 'JO feet West of n small Friendship Shows Worth. water gap on same course with I'loyd, I ofti ii Und in) s If going hack to in all Ki.-'- S chains to n stake in a fence and about 10 feet Southwest of Darwin's sa)ing about the duration n young mulberry, said stake is in line of a man's fricndvhlp being one of to Kl !, and n corner to James A. tb best measures of his worth. Anne Scott's .10 ncre tract: thence division Tlmcketny Ritchie. line to rnnl tract S lit 'J W :i0.rr, chains to a point about 10 links South of the middle of the ! and N RailTo Whiten Wax. road tract, to corner to same. N (is. The wax should be lulled In water, K '.'..'- I- chains to a p.i.ut in the nm.dle spread out Into Ihln Hiers nnd then of the tract and corner to Speed l.ed-unl'- s xposi-- to the light ami nlr. Repeat oil acre trait; thence leaving this protvsi, until nil the color Is gone, V tract ami with l.edford N 17 ll. (Ti chains to n stake on a ridge, ami thu wax will remain pure and K 1L' Ul white. corner to same N h7 chains to n stake in tan! Ledford's n new corner to Hamilton line and Wild Qoose Hides L'ggs. and Hobinson; theme division line to The domestic goon' Is 'nine with a worm fence N 5 1,1 U wild species. The pioneerilrrhul from settlers saw S.70 chains to the beginning, their domestic geee run wild In JU.'JO acres. biiihes and ulumst reiert to their Hie purpose of the snle herein is to divide the proceeds among the primitive stnte. .Vow, the goo-- o con- MniHs a very pretentions omt owners thereof, t on the ground. The eggs tire so large mid TERMS. The sale will be made on a iredit while that they uoiibl attract unof six mouths iiinl the purchaser! ill friendly notice nt a considerable 'ie reiiureil to execute bond with apTo mold this dangerous pubproved senility for the purchase licity the eggs tire carefully prtic, said bond hearing six per cent mcr when the owner limescr..ernl them interest from date until paid, having eieu for u short time. he force and elfect of a judgment Commissioner's Sale of Land. 1919 1919 AUTO ZOMBRO 2.02 A TWO MINUTE HORSE. (A chance to raise an Auto.) The fastest stallion that ever made n season in (iarranl County. Auto Zomhro obtained his record of 'J.O'J at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Sept. 11, 1010. Slretl by Zombro 2.11 sire of San I'rnncisco and ('Ji! in 2.10 list). He by McKlnney 2.11 sire of Sweit Mnrie 2.02 ami (28 in 2.10 list). Dam Trlxy by Conifer. He was fonleiLIn ll'Olt, is n rich red :ibny, 1C -l hands high, sound, n grand looking individual, a consistent race horse, game, and fast, He is the type to sire colts with extreme speed, class, stamina nnd durability. He will make the season ut $20.00 TO INSURK A LIVING COLT. Will also stand two fine Jacks ut $10.00 each to insure. A lien will be retained on all colts until season money Is paid. Mares traded or parted with season becomes due. Special rates for Jockey or barren mares. Not responsible for uccidents. This stock will muke the scuson of 1019 nt my stable ncur the Lexington Pike on the Itout Lane below tho Kork church, in Garrard County, BryaalsvlIU Prion ROBT. R. FOX, 47-- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lane ister Ky. Thursday, Apr 17, 1919. LOVE'S MIRACLE By SADIE E9TCLLE DALCOM SELLING FUEL WOOD BY WEIGHT IS URGED Heating Value Depends Upon Weight and Not Upon Bulk. By i' I CARDS. M. S. DENTIST i- Kentucl'V . J tlMlnslil. Hl. iii tti.i.m stwpA-In Tin' Klrl loukiil pnli' mul thin nml ln limn Wolfe iinilctd thnt tin- Iiiik hml nrtlprrd tins tin' Inwest i rl i on Hit1 Mil nf fnri u html of simp iiimI . wiili hi cruder. 'Iheii, Iimi, si III'MI Ci mi frit u li.li.li'. riltllliitll quick lliri.li i'f illy. Hhe ruuM nut tell why. Mn spnse, miiMtiic n miinl nttmrk mi Dm- - twnlhi-r- , nml tlnn 'l Hhi nluff In order swm let imtLfake for Imth nf in, If I lmi- - tlm nml will talk wlih me nml Iww-- In th jr. ii ml oil, mi I.. in' HATFIELD Office over The Garrard Uanl: Phone, Office 5. RriMcnce 376. I.ANCASTE.1. RtNTUCKY Turrlno to Wood Fuel Supply Would Be Conserved and Transport taticn Relieved Woodland! Would Ge Improved. hr ilm t'nlli'.l Rtntrs t.r ) Dopart-mu- U'rifurfil Wnnil rtni li' un broken nnt the hrin ill)" "will nt lit r lieu lie IHitliitiiH'i- - nf tin- - mill' treat ini.de Itrim hsiiy. nxiHitmllHl. Slip lull) her liiiple ninry. that nf i inni.tlii r inuntry drill trl ulnw ' hint limits! her Hilrlft iilli r the ilinlli of lnr fnihrr. "I found mm irmly work ttl.i." Mill llTOB. "iHlle n linttJi nf I In I ropy bus nf nlil iHiinwnt fur 11 h. 'IIihjt nurr tlm hlstnry .f mrtwti itiriiw. tin' 1.I1J. it prrsrr xrII.hi rather llutn publicity. Am I mil fiirtiimilnl- "Vim nrr. Indeed," re"I"tfitliil tirr trud Wurmi. "I hntr Iwiii mil i f MnrL fur u nwk nml mil a hi;V In tlew." priwat 'OW, ihi rout tint bo illNfiiiiruBi il "' snM t tluhl iilrtliil limn. "I feiiii.l I ns KnthS In Hi inv little uriin store nf Mttiivy wnllln fur Murk, Minn thin ntuse Mutt. Atiil. r the it;. Imps' t nil hHp iur In ii 'till mm' I Ikiw heeu ... ! H lli'l. milK'." Ami tliu." tfce i :,fi alii iu mi'1 I tr TwbACCit CtU rnstitlllt J HvTnuldl j i...;,..:!!l'':.i!IIiii!llL'!at Toppv trd ha git t J tint, tiandaam pound f in Aumi and ttor anJ- - that clatiy, practical pamnd cty$tal humidor utith ipottf motttenrr top that tir fnr fuel lniuM l colli liy v clclit lliltnil nf hy enril tin nuirp, fnr Hit' lirHtlns vnlilr ilrprnilt tint iipun thn hulk nf Hit' wi" ' I hut upon Itt 'tlit. A imimil of dry wwnl or nun Optometrist. iiliniil iih iniuli V'li't lint puiinil nf nny lii'Miltic nliin nt 11 oilier DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. eltt, Imt twn ttiriN limy vnry 1(H) per Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. rent In llinlr alut; for heiitltiK. Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. It I" Ihn til'tnm tn cell liuril wnnilt uml mill uirntlt nt ellflitly ilirfrrrnt pi n tt Ih i iiiih' nf illffrri nrot In hrnt-- I I112 Miluet. Thin Is only u nuperflt lnl tl:iylliillon. Iinwt'er, nt twn fpeclrt nf haul wnrult mny havi- DIRECTOIJ valuet whlely illlTrreht. Where hnnl Olllie Oter Nntlonnl Unnk. Himdeuce I'hnne ."I. Olfce I'l.orn 7 I.ANCA&Ti:it, KY. rv 7" j. 1. Beozlev h. .1. hrp th tobacco Ptfct condition, fatt in IUcA i'jr " """ST 'JklMi Patrick, Walker l,y r 317. KENTLit ' . y. . - tlt luster l hiu-ikUi-- . ltlltVmi rHii t 'll'i J rrws)f. MtMit aniiiiiinlvil with Ciiii yoti an' lb- imli.i!. i nbli iton n.. I mm kw tmt tm ilrar?" IwlrwuV iwwniH sttin mltlw un' tent in iu.i'i.' n Inn far f r i Ii.ii In w. 'In- nit -- Hi i. i i' i" 1.m ii t r si in tlwtr.sl Inatt.olititrlr trtW ISniR ttutt mIm kif'tt i'i. n- - tt. i 1. fttmbsheil nam fur n ut r'l.i i.i e I t.nl. mn In H house I kfjit wily Ittdy Imlinrn. 1..1 t'rntiHl nml tlfiiftl. ri ti it- 'u I. uli wxatwnU'cl Ii.t t the li"ii hr Mil nml unVitl Iu r ii.'wly limit frlfffl tn turry nun nf Iur Mit t. flu. Sim tntntml tn trfrttiliic Mhln tn lirr nrw tin in' Ii. r nil llinlr w truiln llltrntinrtil lirr tn In-- r Ijn ll.lltr nrrmiKntHi-ntwt'tn mmln fnr mi ni:ut mriit Hint lmfl Ilrnn linimiiK'ljr RlM Khn wim clnil tn tiiTtrii''!' fnr n tln nplclilmr nml tnlil lii-- r (MTtrU'l" Irft Kni.n iiflvr IiHiiIiik Iur uni'nik Iur lii'liuizliiirt nml irmN.-- . tu frlmw Iir a rnfitfnli'nt rit'iur.i-Inttr In tint tiny. Kitin tint nrrauirlii lln- - iH,niu-rii- t nn 11 lllilr wrltimi tntiln wlicn li ImAitl up mill luti'i. 'I liitiiill). I'liilnli klm IkiiiiI thn t.iii. I.nly inilnlili' In lli hull ..1 : - "n't think Inn iinfrli'ml!). .Mi" U'ninii, hut I mut l.titn tit- - Imrk lilnntir tilt it I tlmll liilM' tn n'k til tn Klti- - 1: i yniir nmiu tn n lit'W tt limit." "VlHl iMtn I't't'll t'r ttil,.i llltc tn tlm ri' iih. Jlrt. I'Mlf, Hiiif, "mill I W1.11I1I nnt liniMim tn griirrtwlty nny furilnr. fii'ii f jimr )nii nmihl 1ft nit'. If 1 ili inn .'! wnrk tniiMirmw I will tlii'l nrw i' tt-nml fny nu iii when 1 n. n n oltiintlnii." Ilniu unlltil until tin' klrl luul in tfivtl hrr nwii mum. tlifii ln htnlt ilnnn thn linll nflir llii' liiinlluil) Mn iiMik nut Iur mul 11 wi lt 1'iTtll flillfiTi'lill' HUUl'il. Ilnlf UH Mm. Dnlf niiiintmiitl l.tmr Intt-tn I1111! hi-- r 1 lniin,t'i litrtruilt' Hint lm flu- - wnulil hi ulllllu' tn :it inlml. If her nil huurtiiili uinrnliii; Innilm; tin' napkin uml tnhltfliiths frlin wnulil n.k lit r fnr tifltlii'r tin-- ih f.niit-fi- l tinr future rmnii ri'Ut, u Imu; in u htm iiurrinhlu tu lln' nrriii.i;' 1111 tit. itrlruili iipt'fliH Hint Iur ui'W frlt'inl will rt fpniihllilo fnr Hilt erent It in III. Mn' i.'tt'w tn Imi' Kriui nt n Iiiir llrr. Ilfllir furluiif iiimn lit" wny In Hit' hliniw nf wnlft' fnr Inn liniir lifliTllnnhi In u iliulnr'H ntllin nt 11 llnlliir 11 iluy. I:ihIiikh flif ttniiii! kit rt'ii'lliu' In KriiH'.t rn.'in nlilli' itt m hit ri'i'Kil llii' nlil liliiiitlH. ri ! I'i 1111 ni i'iilliuliillr unr tlilx wurl. nml nftiii ktit nt It lull r tin' mtht lliruiii;hv 1'lif Ktniln I'fukf ln-- r ilnwu. Mil' wiu luktii 111 nun ninniliif uml fnr ut'iirly n month panil Hirniik'h u pirluil of ft'itr nml ili'llrhim uml It wilt thru Hint liiTtiuih' 11 1:1 It' llii' tilt rnury Hint hir'frlrinl luul li ft I vhlml Iur In hrr i'1'l Imiiit' town u mini lm Int nil, Ahk'ii 'Iliurpi'. Krim nut up nt lift, lirr llrxt l win nf rt'i;rt't ntrr Imr work, hut In chut miiiim win 11 Iih Iriiriii'il Uml (itrlruiln IihiI hiiii tilrlril lln- - iiipjllii:. tlm inoiiry fnr It luul ht't'ii pnhl nml thrrt wut f ni'tr work uhrii llriiu cot will. Thi n iiiliit' u li'tlrr nut' iluy uml iih I.'rmi rtnil It Inr ryrs lit up wllh 11 frrt.nr Hint nriirly merciinit' lirr. It II iih slcnril "Ahjrii Thtirpo." "Dt'ur Ilrnn," It rvuil, "jmir linn rrfuviil tu kImi mr jmir nihlrt'vt, hut ut hiht 1 hu,n liiirnr.l It nml I urn itunlns In yuu tn ul jim nhnt I ciinio too lutv to till jtui twn niiinlln lieu whin )uii hml lift ImKlr Hint I Into J 011 uml wMi yuu tu my wife." "Oh. my ili'iirest, truett frlt'inl t" erlt'tl lun, lliniwliu: lux nnin ulmut Rrrtruile'H nrck, nml iiettlliiK there, KiihlilliE fnr Joy. "Hi nil nf Hip nwert lulrucle of lute Hint lmn come to LleM my huppy, Imppy life I" lr face that's filled cheerily brimful of Prince if you're on the trail of smoke peace ! For, P. A. will sinjj you a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you could get away with every twenty-fou- r hours! You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down .'i smoke barrage that'll make the boys think of the old front line in France! P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality! And, let it slip into your think-tan- k that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bito and parch assurance that you can hit seven days out of every week without nny comeback but real smoke joy! PUT n pipe in mams Paint Dentist. It! ok, Dr. Frlntus Calls Answered Night. Not Only I, Farm LANCASTER, Timber Land a Source of Fuel, but It Shelters Farmstead From Pre- vailing Windr, Keeping Down Fuel and Feed Bills. Phone VETERINARIAN. Promptly R. J. r'l! Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- N. C Dry Cleaning and Dyeing CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, "ETC Send Via Parcel Post -- Church Helps Labor. tir SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, Known all over America Ah a pr.ictlral proof of its intention- tn help the laboring man the "letnoiii t Episcopal Church 111 its $ II 13.000.000 Centenary' proirram al-more than $1.00,000 fur social, educational ami religious work in KY. 111r.1l industrial communities alone, lie hcsiile.t the millions to spent anioni; city workers. We have only a few 6 o o lt wiumN nml mft wou 4 aro inlxetl to gether ttlthntit repinl tn the prnpnr-tln- n Fine Cut Flowers. nf eni li the willies Piny he mi different, that tine man may, fnr the same John M. !7'cRoher lnnney, huy tulte as niuili heatltiK vnlun lis nnntl.er. The shape uml slie nf the stlrks mny uImi eaip-- e creat B. nrlallnli In the nrtuiil iiuinunt nf wiii i'. nml therefore nf fuel. If weleht tere the nuuMire, the yn-cl- et, j thape nml nf Micks would make little difference, provided the. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. It unnd were tlinmuiHily beiiMinttl. to tlx wnulil he nect'i-ar- y, Iioucmt, GIVE ME A TWAL. certain standards as to time of Satisfaction Guaranteed. nf wood. There Is special opportunity for use of wnntl for fuclsln New KiiKlaml, New York, New Jersey, l'enn-KhanlW. A: WHEELER Ohln, lmlhiiia, Illinois, Intra, JIIouri, and the lake ttates, wherf DENTIST there Is 11 rural impulatlon nf uhout - - KENTUCKY. I.ANOASTICIi. Ltl.UUO.OOO. Mhltli Is estliunttHl to use annually lS.OOO.lim tons of coal. A Olllce over Stormes Druu Store. cnnslderahli' prnpnrtlon nf these fuel n. m. 14 p.m. 7:3n-ypWith will Hml wnod uviillnhle close. Hours enoui;li to their mwi iielKhhnrlmnd tn make luii frelKht hauls uuneces-'ary- . Ily tllrnlntr tu tno.l they will not nuly ctin.-ir- e the fuel supply uml relleiu FRUIT AND SHADE TREES trnusimrtatlnn, hut are llkuly In STRAWBERRY PLANTS, to the prosperity of their nwn cnnimunlty. I'nr one thine, the opporCLIMBING VINES, tunity tn sell unnd fuel would tend SEED POTATOES, to rniiiuriie the linprnMliient nf farui RASPBERRIES, ttnndlamU hy proper thlunluss. innrkt't fnr wntl fuel An lucrea-'i'i- l GRAPE VINES, -- Imilld open up pind nppnUunltles fnr PERENNIALi, nperators of lliralnr iiud HEDGEING ho li.ni Kiisollne or nutflts or others SHRUBS, kerosene engines to do custom suvtlUK dutluK the winter. ROSES, J. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. NOTICE G TO COMBAT ONION DISEASES to ETC. 4) e m m Q If' V.-- . tH H i ... Lit' Jrl.Tj (Prepared by the United States Depart mint of Agriculture.) Onion Krnwrrs In many sections of I'eunsjlMitil.i are preparlni; tu combat onion diseases this year as a result of nnlnn-siiicontrol ilfiuonit rations held In tho state last season. The treatment consisted In the application hy means of 11 drip attachment on the seetlcr. of n formalin solution (imo pint to sixteen Bullous) to the seeds after they arc dropp?d In the fuirow nml before they are covered. On 11 plot treated for onion smut the )liid was ut the rate of tiSO huheN an ucre, nml on Hie untreated It was ouly JI0O liuslicK The Increase as Si a result .of treatment was !KJ per cent, G and the lost was only $'10 1111 acre. It) tliu other mcntlniied C In the report demonstration tho the yield on treated pint was at the rate of ILM bushels .an ucre, und on the untreated only lMl hiiliels, the Iihtciim' helm; 133 per cent, uml the cost an ucre $3.10. e o Pennsylvania Growers Preparing Control Ailments as Result of Two Demonstrations. LAWN and GARDEN. l'T.EE lilasirt,.d Catnlos. NO AGENTS. H.I .Hillerimeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. JOHN WHITE KY, L CO. LOUISVILLE, KV. Liberal aitortmsnt nd full valuu j a tor riino nw UIK Hld o 0 Cost aunt BOOKKEEPING Buslntu.Phonography TYPEWRITING and and TELEGRAPHY WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COllEQE lit I'rMl Irnt h tnii ol iprirn in me etitil ml wnjiim for m"i nC 1'ntf r uw, tonnff Ulnii UH. H I II It. fcniTII.LralncluM.Ur left and CANNOT GET MORE. are going very fast. Come at once if you want one They HONEY WILL REPLACE SUGAR Shortage Problem Can Be Solved by Raising More Oeei Little Attention Needed. The suror shortnee lias caused much thought to be taken as to how wo may overcome this dllllrulty und so fur the best suggestion seems In bo tho cm-- 1 nil one of riilslm; inure bees nml get-tlnuiore honey. It Is said that honey run be used In most recipes where sugar Is called for, und It Is claimed that the cart of been Is less work thau uny other chore connected wltli U10 W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. twiu. Thn uudersiKiiod Iiereny cue warn-ni- r to all persons not to trespass upon tur land; for nny purpose whatever ts wc will prosecute all olTemlers to I'm fullest extent of the law, Hunters uml lUlurmcn especially tn'.o notice. .Mrs. Cora Phillips. It. I.. Elkin. .Mrs. Khimn Panlels, U. U Arnold. Jlrs. Sarah J, I'. Hnckley, .Mrs. Emmn HiirKinbotham, " Etld and N. II. l'ricf. S. C. Iticsby. I). 21. Anderson. It. I.. Barker POSTED I The Centi r.i hecora, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 17, 1919 Greater Educa- - Tt.i Teellrg Ti ascertain whether iirtlttrtnl cntnis Itic witter has li it tiildoil to ton. plitr n nmintltr nil white trin r and rub w 111 I'roliably the greatest cducntional u,U tn tine ponder Vow hnHi the campaign ever undertaken by a paper llli a hruli and If ii there will be lltlln church is that now being launched by blue li.i- - I n -! the Centenary Movement of the Muwks m (he paper. TEST OF IGNITION tional Campaign. SYSTEM IS IMPORTANT IN LOCATING GASOLINE ENGINE TROUBLE Methodist Kplscopal Church and the l. T'Methodist Epifconnl Church. South,1 Wcriit n -Iw-.-- i t nlil i, - t,t t,i.tnnt. which toirethcr nhm to rale U0.-- , ' tlml lie n.if 'to n plillnsnpb r In- work, nt ' tK'O.P (I for Missionary rati'- " i m'w.'i.h breaV 't'lncs "lis home and abroad. More than Jll,- I ii- -' ' iMi tik'nil cannot Ot'0,000 will be spent on schools nnd (l , t flllu1 ii philosopher ,, ti .ichcr for the untaught children of o r, :i m It lime It t i world, and Instruction for grown wnmis ami in-i. or prole to till-pc 'pie who have had little or no utmost the rciis.it,. Men.'", of despair rc tooling in their youth. Of thin hut there Is ti it Inexhaustible well fitm a considerable amount will be prliis i.f vigor within It. and Menr Is I'ntiu the I'll In nr nuiitlier Wiinl fur In mi m, n.bmiib.nnl popular lieiiew. ov ti I'nitcJ States. McSHEEEY Tobacco Setter fr ' - 10 km AT 10 A. M., Rain Or Shine. The Mary BeazSey Tract HIATTSVILLE, KY., fronting more than 1000 feet on RICHMOND MACADAM TURNPIKE, subdivided into handsome building lots of 50 to 200 feet fronting on this thorofare, at ABSOLUTE April 19 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 sell. 1-- IMMEDIATE POSSESSION ii 1 h EASY TERMS. You don't have to have a bank full of money to own a lot you will want to build and settle cash in hand, h January 1, 1920 and balance in two equal payments, January 1st, 1921 and 1922. Think of it and don't let this get away. May be your last opportunity to secure what you want where you want it and at these terms. Quit paying rent, quit taking chances on being left with out a roof to protect your heads, houses "for rent" are scarcer each year and will continue such no doubt. Own a little home of your own, real estate, "the root of riches" increases in value; causes you to develop the saving habit; will add to your credit and standing in the neighborhood in which you live. For further particulars call on or address One-fourtone-fourt- down on some day: D. A. THOMAS Realty Agsncy. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Tractors Are Coming Into Use on Many Farms Which Emphailies the Im portance of Knowing How to Run a Gasoline Engine. trrtparcd by the United stain Depart- envtrode. If ni spark can be oh ment of Agriculture.) With all engines using spark plugs Mined at any poMUm! of the elect rmli It Is evident that inntnet Is not being it Is cwiip.iruthcly easy t nsrcrlnln whether the Ignition sjstom Is work made by the (mints Inside the cilln Ing ptvperly. Simply rciume a plug tier (this Is In ease the other wire Is and ascertain that the porcelain it grounded directly to the engine) other Insulating material mi the Inside Sometimes the other wire Is fastened nf the plus Is nut rontisl Willi carbon to a piece of metal Instilntisl from the and that the points are properly engine, but uhh Ii touches part of the pace 1, due thirty-seconof an Inch endue for an Instant when the spark In this Is about the right space for most sys- should occur In the cylinder. tems where n dry battery Is Used. This rase. If a spark can be obtained by tiritiirllit; the ends of the tun wires Into Is nlutut muni to the thickness of n worn dime. A wider pip will often contact It should be determined whether the Insulatis! piece Is making con make starting dltllcult, especially when the (park Is rather weal." or where a tnct with the i ndue properly. If nn spark Is obtained at the plus high teii'lnn magneto Is used. In the latter cae the best results wilt often or Igniter block when tested as dibe obtained when tl.e cup Is nut more rected, It will, of course, he neces. sary tn look in it the electrical system than or een of nn lach. Then the wire In order In ascertain what Is wrong. I The electrical s)seins of arlnus and lay the plug mi that the metal dlfTer coiisbleriibly, and tin defibase touches the engine casting, while ' tothe end of tile win- - anil the metal nite Instruction can be then for illf. makes, but Mime netiernl K!nts tip of the plus lire at least half nil I Iferent mentlomsl. Tint of all see inch from any metal part eonnecUsl with the engine and In filch a posi thnt the switch Is III stnrtltur tmsltlon. tion that the points lire visible while .Much time has been lost In thousands cranking the engine. Then turn the !of cases by Irylnir tn slnrt the engine out a few times (at least as Cine wllh the switch on". many times n there are c)llniler) Next, look over nil wire connections nmt note whether a spark Jumps across to see that they are Hunt and clean, tho space between the mlnt.. It Is If the mclne starts on n battery of not sulliclcnt, however, merely to as- dry cells see that all connections be certain If there Is a spark It must tween the cells are tleht and that tin ie hot enouch In tire the compress,.,! short circuits are caused by the me charge In the cjlltuler. It Is, of course. i tallic Hirtlons of the cells touchlnirwllh illllieiilt to tell liy merely lonklitk' at other, or by metal connection with It whether the spark Is hot enoiu.'h the enclne. or by tools nine on the or not, nui i: it is n Heavy nine, or n cells, etc. The small knurlisl nuts on uiiifiewniie. or a "lar )ellmv oi.e ilry cells frisiin-ntlloosen from vl ooKiiiu line a small name, it Is iiroti-- bratloii Htul thus Interrupt the whole ably all riuht. If very thin and creen-ls- h Ignition system. or sbowliitf risl. the nre Teitlng Battery Strength. It Is ton weak tn tire the chaw. One 2C may familiarize himself with the im- ' It Is n cod thine tn keep nn ammeter bandy for use In testing the ped of n Rood spark as follows: , streticth of the cells of n battery. In Finding a Good Spark, i testlne with nn ammeter It Is best tn - l I. Willi.. i ,l,,..l iillscar.1 all cells that ih. not test over runnlne condition nosen the nut on I ... A new cell should test nniiwres. the top of the plue while the enclne Is between ID and ill) amperes. If no stopped so It will be easy to remove ammeter Is ntalhihle, u crude test can has that Sweet. Kich, Nutty Flavor, common only to the wire from the plus after the en be iimde by striking the end of a wire e clne Is started. Then start the I'll re, C'lctui, Sweet, Sound (Jnrraril County Wheat, am, by taklnc hold of the wire connected to one end cell of tho battery against the first connection on where It Is covered with Insulation, without Bleach or Blend. move the end of the wire very slowly the ceil at the other end. Po not keep the wire In contact away from the center of the plus and The Federal Government has s;unt thousand with the cell for more than an Inwatch the spark Jump, closely observ stant. Doing so will weaken the bating Its color nnd thickness. prove itleached and Blended Flour was to .some to tery, hut by snapping It quickly across It Is also well to note the distance the eilgo of the knurled not a few extent unwholesome. The GLEN LILY way is acthe spark will Jump, yet Dot adrtsablo times and noting the sparks, one can to force It to Jump too great a gap. whether the battery la procepted by all authority on wholeiomenets. nor should the end of the wire he al- ascertain good ducing a current. Ily making this lowed to rest In a position where the test a few times with a battery which spark cannot Jump to the plus or the Is It costs no more than the best why not use it? In working condition, one ran easily enslne while the enclne Is; running, as learn about how much of a rpurk this tends to break down the Insula- should In' expected. n tion of the coll. In the lase of OH Causes Trouble. magnetos there Is no dancer In this respect, us they lire fitted with Sometimes too much oil will canse safety spark cap which the spark trouble by accumulating on the con3 CZJC 3L HE will Jump. If for any reason the circuit tact points In the breaker box. It Is usually easy to examine these points Is broken elsewhere. Knowledce of Just how much of n li nil see If they have oil on them; are , Ojrk Agtt. Time Ic Mcney. park one should obtain with each much or pitted, or not opening prop-erlThe term Is applied to a portlnn of llin In Korea If oily, rinse with a little gaskind of Icnitloti system Is frequently - prosperous "Iodic Ages. Including the nerlisl of hrlstlnns and nii.o.i. Ii"s.- to nlmin of crcat value In locattoc trouble, and oline and wipe dry. If rough or pit"bout s) urs fnim tin, fall of veryone who operates n cas engine ted, the points should be smiHithisI money Is a hast.v tin I liifuspieni d !wlin litnnk Is Home to revival of litters In the nr. should make the tests with ii file made especially for Ibis Iter, a fimirltc sut It Is generally to cue teenth century. Idle the enclne Is In cooil order. If purwiMv If such tile Is not available one wblib snvs: "I ns bediming with Invasion of t!nH to iburib v . 1. tti one Is not hutnrlently familiar with a small knife blade may be used to rewar." I'nmee by I'lnUs, si a. I and rloc jmiileot,s to the looks of n cooil spark to tell by move the tiny tips of metal which The das thus ghen mere observation whether It Is hot have formed oil the points and to Aittigelistle scnl'cs nr to llo building lug with Imnsloii of Naples by Charles World out- - VIII In IIP." I.enriilii.' wus ut a low nouch. it much test may be made round off the burred corners. It pays, of ebit'ilies iind si nun lib during this as follows; I'laee n thin piece of however, to keep n suitable tile on ik k. Iry cardboard, such lis an ordinary vis- - hand for this work, for pitted points Itlne card, or three or four thicknesses are not unennimnn, nnd unless properly ilntH smoothed up are liable to get Into bad f dry newspaper, betweeu the f the plus while It Is lying on the shape again very ipilrkly. A gauge Is nclne In the position llrM mentlomsl. I generally furnished by magneto manii- t In n crunk the engine. A good spark farturers to determine the proper ills will Jump through these, leaving a timro between the silnts In the npi-tiny hole. A spark width will not do Kiltloii. The means of adjusting this this Is too weak to Jump the spark distance vary with different makes of magnetos, but are iiuiilly apparent cap in the cylinder under The hiIiiIk should examination. of an Inch. If the enclne Is whipped wllh n separate about Ignition system. In An ordinary pin Is about one thirty-secon- d of an Inch In diameter, and n Igniter block Is used Instead hlrh an fnlrly close estimate may be made usof n spark plug. It can be ascertained asily whether the entire system, wlfli ing this fact as n criterion, If nn gauge the exception of the Igniter block, Is la uvnllalile. the In goisl shape by disconnecting Provide Waterproof Cover. wire from tho Igniter block and snapIt Is Important that a waterproof j ping It across the corner of the en- - cover tie prnviiieu tor ine magneto, es glne casting or the end of tho other pedully In the case of engines used We Carry Everything in the Building Line. wire leaning iroiii mo nm. i.iu mit f jours, such ns gas tractors, In though this gives u good spark It , ,..- - t0 protect Yellow I'ine, Framing, Timbers, Flooring, Cellini; macnetn from does not necessarily mean that the innlsturo and dust, ns either of these and Finish, park Is given In the cylinder when Is likely to cause trouble sooner or Hed Cypress Sidinir. Outside Finish, .Mouldine;s. It inuj later. the cnglno Is turned over. Itetl Cetlur Sidini; and Shinirles, be that the points of the electrodes During the past few yeurs many Mn- - , Douglas Fir Columns, liatts and Mouldings, Inside the cylinder dn not touih each tlonary gas engines have been tspilp-pe- d White Fine Doors, Window Sash and .Mouldings, other when they should or are not oscillating . with White Oak Wiikoii and Shop Timber. making a good contact, because car- magnetos. Some of these am mounted Sherwin-William- s bon, oil, dirt, etc., have iiccuiuulated directly on tho Igniter block, and It Faints, Oils anil Varnishes. Therefore, If Is easy to test tho spark by removing between these points. United States (Jypsum Wood and Hair Plaster, good spurk occurs when the wire Is the block utid tripping tho oscillator , J. II. Speetl Portland Cement. napped across part of the engine, wiin mo means proviueii. in oilier Johns-Mnnvillo Asbestes ami Rubber Koofini;, engine until the movuhlo riis,.K It Is necessary to remove the eml' crunk the Ford Itetl Slatu and Rubber Roofinirs, nun un.jv.cu iu of ,(le wlr attached to the Igniter eiecirouu in nieu.eu Reaver Roard, tly bark, block und wipe It across u metal part Uuilders Hardware, Sand, Stone, Rrick, Etc. Contact Not Bslng Md. of tho engine, ut the same lime tripA Larire Stock, HiKhest Quality and Promp Service. If one Is not sure Just when the ping the oscillator. It Is necessary points of the electrode should he touch-lo- that thu end of the wire leave the the engine may be cranked very metal utmost Instantly after the oscilslowly for two full revolutions while lator Is tripped, otherwise the spark the end of the wire Is repeatedly will not occur. A little practice will snipped across Its connection ou tbe make this test comparatively easy. $80. Cash No CogsNo Chains. The best and simplest bacco setter made. See sample on display at our store. HASELDEN BROS. tirlen Lily GARRARD MILLING COMPANY y l.li Build Now House, Garage, Barn, Shed, Hen House, Chicken Coop, Hog 1 House, Fence, Etc. t, A. ri. BASTIN & CO. The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky., Thursday. Apr 17 1919. Pre Easter Notice t WE WILL OFFER EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES DURING THE NEXT FEW DAYS, SEE THEM AND WE WILL SELL YOU NEW SPRING OUTFIT. Our Waist and Glove Departments are brimming over with new and attractive styles, our Shoe department is complete with all the newest creations in Foot Wear. The Woolens, Silks and White Goods we are showing are the newest designs and exquisite in quality. Come today and inspect our Heautiful Lines of Merchandise. lilt mm The Joseph Mercantile Go. The Square Deal Store. The One Price Store. Make Our Carpet Department A Visit. We will oiler for the next 10 days, Year Subscriptions to the Delineator at a special reduced price. FUiifwArch. Gossip About' People vvv A Itrltl Mintlon el Wt I he Gomi hy Thou Cominti and Art Inlimlcd In. Mr Stephen Walker nnd d.iugl tcr, were in Danville, Sat unlay. Mr. J A. Anion has returned after n several days ttay in Cincinnati. Mrs. Kllrii Owsley, Mr. nnd W. It. Cook were visitors in Mr. Stanford Monday. Alberta Anderson has Iwvn visiting I. it aunt, Miw Dove llnrria, in Danville. .Miw .Mrs. Muttie Duncan ninl .Mrs. Cabell Denny have been recent visitor in Danville. .Mrs. Martha Tlio large auditorium of the church was artistically decorated for this ' happy occasion, the altar and choir loft being hanked with ferns and palms; tall vases of dnffadits added a Mr. It. '.immrr tin returned after toucn of delicate color, which was n pleasant vi.it to relatives ami Mm. Iloone Sanders was hoitcss on carried out in the satin ribbons, friends in Cincinnati. Thursday at her home on Danville marking olf the space reserved for the .Mrs. Cl.iy Sutton entertained TuesMr. Clarence Wilder returned this1 street at an eligant Mm. Jesse Arnold, of Frankfort, dinner patty ar- honor guests. day at a six o'clock dinner at her morning from a three weeks visit to ranged Miss Mary L'llet gave a heautiful in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Alex hat been visiting lier inollier, Mrs. pretty suburban home on Lexington his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wildei Walker of Uiwton, Ellen llcttis, on Maple nvenue. Okl.i. A profusion program of wedding music on the road in honor of her Miter, Mr. A. It. at llcrcn. of spring (lowers and plants enhanced pipe organ while the guests were asMrs. Itclln Arnold Francis, Mr. Itice, of Itichmond, Indiana. sembling, and Mr. Clay Sutherland, Mm. Dora .Miller has returned from the beauty of the home. The table Jack Casey anil Mrs. I!. P. Ilrown had for its center piece a crystal bas- of Paris sang "To You" and "Oh, Mr. and Mrs. William Ijiwsiiii were Louisville, where she was called l were visitors in Lexington, Monday Promise .Me" in his usual artistic at Prenchersville to attend the burial the illness of l.er sister, Mrs. J. W. ket filled with buttercups and nar- style. cissus. Several courses were served. W. Y. Currey of CorTeyville, of the late Mr. George Law son. Mr. Harrington. Mr. To the thrilling strains of the WedThe guests present were: Mr. and Kansas, is the guest of hi sister, and Mrs George Ilrown of Hill Court Misses Maynie ami Iteba Smith. Mrs. Ale.x Walker. Hi v. and Mrs. ding March from Lohengrin, the wed-din- g Maggie Itobinson, on Richmond also were present at this funeral. Mrs. party entered the church in the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, at Strothcr. Prof. P. II. Hopkins ami Street. following order: .Mr. Stoddard Young, is Bettie Itobinson. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Itice. of Itich- Ilyattsville, were at home for the Mr. Uennctt Young, brothers of the Mrs. George Robinson, Mrs. W. II. mond, Indiana, are guests of Ijiiiciis-te- r week end. Miss Allie Arnold entertained nt groom, ( nptait; William Collins and Durton, Mrs. Ilerliett Kiln mid Miss Mr. Itice left Sunday relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sanders and1 In r home, the Westover, Colorado Captain Robert Jones came down the .Minnie Mne Koliinson were in Dan- for a trip in Mississippi and Louis, daughter. Miss Christine, and Mrs. Springs, Colorado, at dinner and two aisles of the church: nnd the two ville, Saturday. in mi. Mrs. Itice will continue her llooue Sanders were visitors in Lexbridge, Thursday evening, April 3rd. lovely brides-maid- s advanced slowly visit until her husband's return. ington, Tuesday. .Mrs. .1. W. Elmore, Mr. and Mm. The decorations were in yellow thru-- ' down the opposite aisles: Miss ElizaHarry Elmore and little daughter, Miss Massy Denny has been culled handsome Mrs. Fred Neighbors, .Mr. and Mrs. out the receiving rooms and in the beth Caywood, wearing visited Mrs. Illanton, who is ill in the tn Washington by the serious illness K. dining room the centerpiece was com- toilette of pink georgette crepe, with M. Stults were guests fur a few Danville Hospital, Saturday. prised of n gnat bowl of Jonquils. picture hat, carrying nn arm bouquet f ,er brother, Mr. Van Pinny, who days of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ilourne, The dinner cards were alternate el-- ! of valley lillies and pink roses. Next 1,1 the Government hospital of that on the Stanford road. Miss riorence Johnson and guest,!" low baskets and April shower um-- 1 came Miss Mary Itoss, very lovely in friends i''tV- - 'I'" "" Mi., tt'ri..!.. l,..i ...r...i ... Mm. Hubert Mi Huberts returned brelliis. The guests were Miss .Mary a gown of delicate green georgette College, Lexington, after spending I. ipc for him n speedy recovery. hone Inst Tuisday evening after u l.yne, Kentucky, Miss Lucy Jones, crepe with hat to match, carrying lib with Miss l.ul.i Johnson the Vii'tk-rncntcr-tnint.Mrs. Frank II. Marksbury l'erdcrlicr, lies and pink roses. months pleasant visit to her daughter, Colorado, .Miss Hveljn nt dinner Hie past week in Pennsylvania, Miss Ida Donald, Flor-- ' The handsome maid of honor, Miss Their friends will be Interested tn Mm. Spindle, at Norfolk, Va. lienor of Mr. am1 Mi. A. II. Itice, of Miss Itonnie lloardman, Iowa, Delia Tinder, sister of the bride, came know that Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walden nla. Itichmond, Indiana. The table as Mis. P. D. Avant. of Winchester, Miss Hay Sturdevant, Connecticut, down the right aisle. She was gown-nn- d of Danville, are well inning a newly having in the Mrs. Chester Newman, Missouri. )ed in yellow georgette crepe, picture ciune down and spent tne week-en- d arrived little daughter at their home. beautifully decorated contel a basket tilled with buttercups with her husband, .Mr. Avant, one of hat and carried yellow roses. Mrs. II. A. II. Marksbury, Mrs. and narnn.is. the elficlent clerks at J. W. Smith's. Uist came the lovely bride on the Louis Landrani, .Mrs, Clay Sutton, nrni of her father, the Itev. F. .M. Miss Frances Dixon Hall, of Majs-villMrs. I". llaxter Marksbiry, Mr. and Itev. C. D. Strothcr. Mr. mid .Mrs. Tinder, who gave her in marriage. one of a recent group of Tran.Mrs. A. 11. Itice motored to Danville, Alexander Walker and daughter, Vir- Much She was exquisite, dainty and beautisylvania College of students, motorSnluruay. ginia Pearl, and Mrs. Samuel CoUoli. ful in her wedding gown of white ing to Stanford tn a house party, at uttended the II, Y. P. II. convention georgette crepe, ever charming. Her .Mr. mid Mrs. Claude Wherritt re- the home of Miss Matsy (Irimos, in i nt Lexington last Friday. Rev. L. II. llridgcrs arrived Satur-- j wedding veil was becomingly arrangturned Friday to their home in New passing tbroilKrh l.iucaster Mopped to meeting ed over her dark tresses with a cornet Miss. Orleans after n most pleasant visit make a call upon relatives. Jr. Hubert Cobb, uf Dayton. Ohio. day night and began the are being of orange blossoms. She carried nn to his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Tliomas of Mrs. J. w,. n grand-daughtm, jlllit r.,llrm., (rom uvcr,,, Sunday morning. Services irm bouquet of valley lillies and Wherritt, M I'razee, c,f M.iysville, Months of oversea duty, was the gue.t held each morning at the Methodist uru,e roses- j fur reveral days of his friend, Mim Church at HI o'clock and each even'lhv M'UA l'art' wcre ,m,t nt "' ing at the School Auditorium nt l.illie Junes, on Haselden Heights. Frank N. Kruon o'clock. These meetings nru increas- - llar ' of Hubble, Kentucky, brother Miss Margaret Cook leaves Mon- i nit in Intcrct and the attendance is Tinder, f he bride, who pronounced the very Kev. especially nt night. Va., where large, day for Charlottesville. 1,oau"ful impressive ceremony, she will spend the Faster week and llridgcrs is leading in the singing. '""Jer followed the betrothal service; attend the entertainment given by lie asks the singers of all the churches th ring ceremony with exchange of of t ill! I In. rostrum and heli. in (lie the students of the University His solos are touching nnd wedding vows, completed tho service. singing. Virginia. After the ceremony Mr. ami Mrs. His preaching is 20c Servus Peas 15cts. .Mr. Charles Doty and Mr. Thurnion deep, instructive, mid inspiring. His Young left for an Keustcrn trip and Tenter, lire two of the latest arrivals desire is to help the whole commun- - upon their return will begin houseTomatoes keeping in nn attractive bungalow on from the camps, having recently re- ity- Mr. Tenter 15c Read Beans lOcts ceived their dischiirge. You are invited to these services. College Street, which is being tltted up for them. service months bus seen several 11 25 Kraut 15cts. Special prices on Single and Double n A largo number of ovcrteas. DHc Harrows ami Corn Planters. guests came for the weddinK from WATCH FOR SPECIALS EACH WEEK. Pr, und .Mrs. Willinni Ilurnett mid It. J. It. Mount und Co. Lancaster, Itichmond, Mt. Sterling, attractive, daughter, Miss Caie Mne, Puns, Muysville, iieorgetown und WANTKD -- We want to buy. rent j c were plcarunt guests of Mrs. T. M. Arnold last Sunday. These delight- or lento fur the year a large gulvun-- l FOI! SAI.K: Almost new piunu. ful people have many friends here Ized iron tank or wittering trough who are always glad to tec them nnd Prefer to buy but will be glad to do In splendid condition. WE SELL FOR LESS. Itice and Pelplirey, Piione Campbell St. C. T. llrummett. regret that they make their stay so cither. 3.7-A- ., - 17 - Jt - pd. Huckcye Pike. short. Price Frisbie tun re. turned from n visit to Mrs. Mattie I lice In Danville. Mr It I. Klkin win a visitor in Miss Lucy Evuns, of Irvine, is visLexington Tuesday. iting Mrs. Mary I.utz and the Misses I I.utz. Miss t.illie Mne Sutton was a recent Mrs. It. L. Llkin and Mrs. J. E. in Danville. visitor Koliinson, are spending a week in YV. A. Speith were reMr and Mrs. Lexington. cent visitors in Lexington. Miss Dodo Bourne is visiting rel.Mr William Poll of Livingston was atives nnd friends in Lexington for here for n visit to his parents, Mr. a few days. and Mrs. Charlie Potf this week. Mm. Elizabeth Dillon of Stanford, Sergt. Homer Jennings, located lit has been the guest of Mrs. N. Miller, Camp Talor, was the recent guest of for several days. his friend. Miss Nancy Macau. Mrs. Frank Marksbury and Mrs. Prof. I.loyd Lutz, of Camp Taylor, Ceorge Itobinson were in Lexington, here for a short time Saturday, for the day win last Tuesday. only h.iviug an eight hour furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, of CovingMr. and Mrs. Pat Sutton, and ton, spent Sunday with their parents, daughter. Miss l.illie Mae, and Mr. A. Mr. ami Mm. N. .Miller. K Walker were visitors in Lexington .Miss Jennie Wheeler was the lust Wcdnesdny. wte-em- l guc.H of .Miss loni Dr. J J. Cnstlcherry, Reverend's Dunn, on Mapl" Avenue. Smith and Itoatright ami Mr. A. W. Mrs. Mary E. Jones was called to King, of Danville were guests of Itev. the liedside of her aged mother, in J. It. Moorman last Saturday. lower Carrnrd, who remains quite ill. Mrs. J. A Mrs. Lula Johnson, Anon, Misses Thelmn Wright, Mamie Miss Kdria Ilerkele of State College Storme Dunn and Flonncc Johnson will spend the lai.ter vacation with ami Mr. Allin Johnson spent Satur- ncr iiuuin, .uisscs i.eavy uuil .line day in Danville. Dunn. .Mr. and Mm. W. II. Smith, Mr. Isaac Smith, Itoy Creech and Itoger Aldridge motored to Lexington Sun-dn- y Tinder Young. The North (Ky) Midillctown Christian Church was the scene of n notable wedding, .Monday afternoon, at " o'clock, April 7th, when Miss .Martha Hnmon Tinder and Mr. Hubert Graham Young were joined it marriage, thereby uniting two of the most prominent families in Ilourhon County The bride, who is the daughter of Itev. F. M. Tinder, pastor of the North Midillctown church, is one of the sweetest and most highly iiceom plished young women in the commun ity. She is beautiful, charming and gracious, and is very popular not only in her home, but in many of the Central Kentucky towns, where she at tended school nnd visited. The bride-groois the son of .Mr. J. W Young. He is n wealthy and popular young farmer and has the brightest prospects for a prosperous and happy-future- . Hollon-Lan- d. The marriage of Miss Lcnna llollon to .Mr. John Lund on April 3rd, enmc as a surprise to the many friends of these popular people. Miss Hollon has been one of our most efficient correspondents for the past year of more and has many friends among the readers of the Itecord wo will extend her the best wishes for a long and happy life. .Mr. Land is one of our most progressive farmers, out on the Buckeye road and he is likewise receiving hearty congratulations in winning such a handsome bride. They were married by Rev. C. I). Strothcr at his home on Stanford street after which they repaired to the home of the groom, where they nre now happily located. Burnside-Brow- n. The marriage of Miss Anna Relic Burnside to Mr. John Newton Brown was solemnized yesterday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride j sister, Mrs. J. V. Arnold and Mr. Arnold in Birmingham, Alabama. The marriage of this happy and popula couple is the culmination of a bin;; courtship and when they return will receive the congratulations and hearty wishes of n host of friends. The bride js the attractive daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Catewood Burnside of this county and all who know her love her for her beautiful character nnd adorable personality. The groom has been one of nur citizens for the past four years Iwv-in- g come here from Mercer county and for some years held a responsible position witli the Garrard Dank und Trust Company. He now represents one of the foremost Insurance Companies, holding n lucrative position and enjoys the friendship mid confidence of all his acquaintances here. Miss Anne Catherine Arnold, the charming neice of the bride, was maid of honor at the nuptial event und Miss Kliznbeth Gibbs acted as bridesmaid, while little Klveree Arnold ser ved us flower girl to her aunt. afternoon. Frances Clark and Delia Tinder, Mrs. Mae Hughes Nolnml and .Mrs Joe Mount, nnd Itev. J. It. Moorman attended the meeting at the M. sses Christian church in Danville last Sat- urday evening. , Mrs. Mary Ilintcrnish, who is making her home with her daughter, .Mrs. X. Miller, had the misfortune to fall and break her arm, last Thursday, but we are glad to state she is getting along nicely now. Misses Louise Stone, of Georgetown. July Itay Houchings, of Louisville, and Callie (lay, of Winchester, will spend the week-enwith Miss Margaret Cook, at her suburban home on Danville road. The Woman's Club will meet this afternoon at their rooms on LexingA treat ton avenue at three o'clock. is in Jtore for those present lis Itev. H. S. HuiImiii will give n talk on the League of Nations and an Easter ,0 BiveIli )rnRrnm wi ,,,, The Belvedere Oil Co. Oifers, In blocks of 'JO shares and 11 limited nilmbnr nf etvir.,., nt cent CUMULATIVE PHKFKlt- Ithl) STOCK nt nar iSfl. sWnl witli bonus of till per cent COMMON STOCK. This company owns over :!0t)0 acres of leases in Lincoln nnd Casey Counties, Kentucky, upon which are 10 PRODUCING WITI.l K mid 1 GAS WELL (on Buck Creek. Lincoln County, Ky). PIPE LINE from property direct to Q. mid C. It. It. It DRILLS are now boini- - mtoru. ted by company. Subscriptions allotted In the order in which thev received. .Mail checks direct to the company. THE BELVEDERE OIL COMPANY Dept. I)., V30 Munsey lildg. Baltimore. Murvl.iml Richard W. Cook. President mi, I C.n. enil Manager. OVer. 8 per ir REVIVAL SERVICES. Interest Shown Increasing Daily And "1 I CANNED GOODS SPECIALS i i ONE WEEL ONLY 25c 20cts. i I Spanlfh Literature. While lltorar Spain sunk Into deep lumber lifter the ilnv of Cer- v l.ium i! Vi-u .,l.. i.,h allies ami llantly In the latter half of the nineteenth century, presi tiling In tlm world vulilrs, 1'erez (.alilos. Jo, de rcrcilii. Juan iileru, Eihcgurity and other dlstlnguUlieil writers. To Remove Sp'lled Paint. When pnliit Is spill,, it Is sometimes dllllcult Id remove. Make n strung sin lutloii of potash nnd wiith the wood, leaving the mlutlou In muW In. In a short time the pillut will become soft nnd can be washed off with soap and vvnter. Then u.e cold water. Sander's Variety Store. i I lt.4 i it The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 17 1919. ESTABLISHMENT AND CARE FOR SHELTER BELTS OF NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS AREA it l0(NT'LeXVEi:C B Phoenix Cafeteria A WellXarcd-Fer li I i Planting Which Wilt Soon Be Large Enough to Furnish Protection From the North Winds. Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, - ajl (I'r pared br the t'nlted Statss rvpirt- - will die. The only safe course when went of uricultur,.. er appears Is In mot mil tree When shelter belts are pancd cn i. "r lf . . the plains of the NorMmest It lt,eces- - ""L1 1' m''," snry In order t.. cot .1,, trees ,ll cs- V.T ."T . tahllshcd. to cultivate them to I I ' !i ! . 'Mtji n VIII UlU h mi !11UC ' lir n., t ., UUL (It tl I"" ilitiltn fill tlMl'tlfo hel.nv the oill-li- le swelling trees nre well started end lire large pruning does little good. The disease enough to shade tin- - ground. of hIUoms begins at the lip of the One summer's growth of Itusslnn bruin-lii-.- , ami may he controlled by thistles nr western wheat grass may cutting the llmtis had; below- - the af1:111 ii previously healthy shelter belt fected part". of two or three icars' standing, they mid. Artificial mulching of shelter-bel- t trees nllh straw, manure or liny VALUE OF BUREAU IS PROVEN i similar material Is not recommended, nor is pruning, except to remove ileail Organization In Maine It Saving Its Members Thousands of Dollars at wood, and In cases where tree have Guying Agency. low, bushy made nn nlinonnally growth. 1'rttp.t ?fat?s Ivpirt-n'en- t The trees should lie cultivated with IPri'pare.l hv of .Surtct Iture.) e n cultivator until nhout the I'.efore the York county (Maine) middle of Aucu-- t to keep down weeds, farm hurcuu had heen operatlui; a particularly the western wheat grass, M'Mr. It had demoiit rated Its value as often called "blue stem." This grnss n medium tliroiiKli which aerlciiltural will form soil In one seas in of ..t.iil..n unrb ....iilil 1... ...irl...l .... on newly broken Eroim,l. and If not ' operallnc as a Mi) Ins removed as soiin as It starts Is very ncy. It Is saving Its members thou dllllcult to kill. If alloned to .rc:i.l sands of dollars. Six farmers unions plow Im;, which Is not the proper treatbale been organized as a direct result ment fur the shelter licit, will lie nee. of the farm bureau and the county esary.x After cultivation Is discontinprom the fall of HM7 to July agent, ued hand hoi'lns Is iieccary to con1. I'.M, these six unions did a gross trol the Itusslnn thistle, ttimlttlii? inns, business of approximately $.l,tiiHl. tard. nnd other ipilcl; KroMlm; lari:e The county agent reports that they weeils. These weeds not only tie need-e- d saicd seitn per cent to the farmer soil moisture, hut caiie further members on such commodities as grain trouble by dlsM'inlnatlns seed. and groceries, a total of $H.TL1I. The Artificial miilchln: may be harmful agent belleies that the unions will do harIn many ways, such as fumi-bln- ? a iiarter of a million dollars' worth lsaaaaaaaaaaaLsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMr bors for mice, tntrodiiclni: weed seeds, of business a j ear when thoroughly oranil Increasing danger from fires. ganized. KBSBaaaaa. MBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa When trees become too large and fallclose together for cultliatlon, the No Liquor Sold in Cafeteria. Kiery mother will like the sturdy ing leaves will form their own mulch, GOOD MANAGEMENT OF SHEEP and pretty dresses which the spring i which Is the natural foret condition Animals Require Study and Continuhas brought In fur small girls. They under which the trees will lift ous Care Flocks of 60 Ewes art made of strong wash fabrics, with thrive. Are Recommended. knickerbockers to match, and their Don't Prune Treet. decoration Is of simple needlework. A thick, dense growth is the only (Prfpsred by the United States Departproper method of growing n shelter ment of Agriculture.) belt, nnd this Is bet obtained by not Sheep raising does not require exUnpruued trees pensive equipment or heavy labor, but pruning the trees. furnish shade from the hot sun and docs require study and continuous atdry wind, their bushy tops furnish liet-te- r tention. protection from sun scald, nnd The beginner may acquire experithey will soon shade the ground. Un- ence with less than 20 ewes, but for der exceptional conditions, boweier. economy of time and fencing, and to pruning Is Justified. Dead wood, of assure proper care, flocks of GO or course, should be removed. Young more ewes are better. trees that bare been frozen to the In most cases lambs are most profitAT ground for a few years In succession able If made ready for market at about will become too bushy at the base. four months, weighing Co to To pounds. To Increase their height, und to stimul nless the flock has a very large late an upward growth. It Is necessary territory to range over It Is necessary branches, except one at the to nnlke divisions of the pasture or to to cut the ground close to the trunk. Allow the use seisled forage crops. This permits remaining branch to become the leader the hange of grazing ground neces of the new trunk, and do not prune the sary In Insure the health and thrift of the lambs. brunches that It sends out. Animal Pests. h Jack rabbits are the worst animal PIGS EXERCISE ON PASTURE iests with which the grower of trees In the northern great plains area has Animals Should Have Clean, Ory, They especially prefer to contend. Shelter to Guard elm and ush, but will cut the Hplur Against Exposure. "and willow brunches whhli protrude from the snow In the winter. These I'lgs on pasture usually g t enough destructive animals ran be controlled exercise. They should Imve u clean. 2 O'clock P. M. hy poison bait, which Is nlo effective dry, shelter to guard III killing mice nnd other rodents, against exiKisure to storms nnd to oats, poisoned nlfalfa leaves and supply shade, A concrete wallow strychnine washes nre best for this will mid to the pigs' comfort, nnd n purpose. When polsonis! halt Is being lajcr of oil on the water will keep used, care should be tiiken to fence down lice. Clean bedding alo helps out nil stock, which Is n good prac- to keep nwny lice, as will an oiled IN TWO TRACTS 67 ACRES WITH THE IMPROVEMENTS, AND 30 ACRE TRACT tice at all times when the trees are sack on n rubbing jMist, or sprinkle getting started, for the stock will often the pigs with crude oil every two UNIMPROVED. cause serious Injury by eating the weeks. branches and leaves, LOCATION: Three miles from Hustonvillc, one mile of McKinney. This farm is right Fighting Insect Foes. t VALUE OF HOGS AS ROOTERS In caring for the shelter belt It Is land, no waste land, liet on the Q. and C. Railroad, fronts right on the pike. This is first-clas- s often necessary to employ the same It will grow tobacco right now. This is a part of what is known as methods that are used by fruit growers Animals Are of Distinct Benefit on well and is well watered. Land Alto Help Sprny-In- g In combating Insect encodes. the "Sam Owens" farm which has the reputation of being one of the very best farms in the West Soli Fertility. with lead arsenate will control the End of Lincoln. poplar beetles, which cause destrucHogs root to get grubs mostly, nnd tive results to the foliage and subsetract a "Brand New" modern dwelling, concrete On the 67-acr- e IMPROVEMENTS: quent death of many kinds of trees ns rooters they have u distinct d land, I'lrst, plantings. To be value on Used In khelter-bel- t basement, eieht rooms, hall and two porches, hardwood floors, oak finish. Stock and tobacco more effective the spraying should be the destruction of the grubs by the done when the leaves nre about half bogs cleans tl.e bind of n plant en- barn 36x60, box stalls, good cribs and all outbuildings. emy. Secondly, the food value of grown, but If a heavy reappeurance ' Five icres in meadow, 6 acres rented for tobacco, 30 acres in corn, 25 acres, in wheal the grubs ns hog feed compares with of the beetles occurs It will be necesThe feeds costing $'J5 to $Xi per ton, ami Possession given within 30 days, purchaser to get owner's pnrt of tobacco and corn. sary to repeat the treatment. lead arsenate spray also controls the lastly the manure distributed by the The 30-ncr- e tract has 15 acres in oats, balance blue crass sod, virgin soil. large green wnrinllke larvue of certain bogs on the lands has a value of f;L'!0 moths which are common nnd U'ry de- it tun. This is the farm recently sold by S. G. Vaughnn to Alex Walker, who lives in Oklahoma, structive to the foliage of iioplar nnd SUCCESS IN RAISING SHEEP and at the time of the sale it was agreed that I should sell the land at public auction. It will box ciders, and which sometimes In such numbers as to eat ull therefore, be put up to the High Dollar and SOLD. Easy terms to the purchaser. Mr. Wal the leaves on a young tree In a short Proper Judgment at to Health, Comr bees, Leaf miners, time. ker would rather have your notes than to have your money. fort and General Welfare of and blister beetle are ulso common Animals Is Required. For further particulars see shelter-bel- t trees uml are controlled to by poison sprays. To be successful with sheep as In Trees In this section have only a all other branches of stock raising few serious diseases, among which are requires proper Judgment as to the canker, which streets poplars, and a health, comfort und general welfare disease of willows, which turns the of the animal In all things. In the difirst place they should not be kept branches black. The scus appstrs as a swelling on the tide In the tame yard with other stock of th trunk or at a crotch. As It ad- but should have clean yards and comvances the center parts of the affected fortable shelter for themselves. Above wood die and the bark breaks awaj, all their qusrters should be ample In W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. f the canker girdles the tree It tlxe and free from duuipuess. ' ,7, '"'''' Kentucky. HONE COOKING POPULAR PRICES SELF SERVICE Most Complete Cafeteria in the South. Mr. lluck Woods who Ims boon ill 1.1 out ngain. Miss Nora Smith of l'rcaclicravillc is visiting; friends here) Mr. John Colson an.l family visile Dy ALVAIt JORDAN OARTH friends at I'rmclicrsville Sunday. who has liven ill Miss Jnt i er (CtwrliBt. ltll, tr W.tltri Ntwiptftr I'tlos I Improving Mortlj for Line time Mrs. Ilughcy llignltc lias returned If tier lint model people I'llsted, ftum n , linuiit visit in Ilarhuurivitle nearly eicry tine In Wiildtn consld-erts- l that Miss IMher .Man h and linger .Mrs I). V. 1 aulkr.rr nnd iiniuiiler I '.rill were entitled to the ilistlnctloii. nie visiting; relatives at Crali Oicli.iri In n tinniest way they llitsl amid the retirement of n unlet street, they were llallard'. Obeli.. Flour ririt courteous ton nrd their nelghliors, Patent in sacks cr barrel. Hudson, Hughes and Famau their coinings and goings were well ordered, and altogether they were esMrs. Annie Thompson of llrynnts teemed and rens'tcd as helpful and Mile lin been the truest of Mrs J M welcome residents of YVahb-u- . Ik!!, Mls March was Just past thirty. 'ho mis n roscricd being, lint not Misses luibclle am) I. col;. I'.irson to any estreme of primness, linger hale Ken thv guests of Miss lirnce Itrlll, bnchilnr. was shy ami retiring, Tat cm but always came forward In any mmt-uie- ut for general gol and did not Fateful Oiyx. shrink nels'hborly or roiimiunlty Certain "Ims hate It it m.iikcit ones In some persmis' I'ves Ncnrlv nil the "She's better looking than she wns chief cichts of Thomas n Itcckct's till .lenrs ago," declared .Indie Ad.iins. career. Including his iniirder ninl the the wiseacre of the tillage, "but sometrnnstiith n of his hodv on n how she's let her chances of marriage Tuesday Henry VIII nnd his threw slip by mid now fancies she's obi children- - IMwnrd, .Mary and Kllrn enoiictl to lie laid tin tilt- - shelf" hetli expired iikiii the nine day of linger Itrlll had Hied 111 U'aldeii for the week Thursday. A rtlatlie Ion! a few nioiiths onl). li ft hint n coal nnd feed business, ami the nitliige half a pi.ire down the DRESSES FOR SMALL GIRLS sfeet from tin- - March hnnic. There the place he had Installed hlm-cl- f. all read) fur housekeeping when be wife, chirk or Inli. ill. -- I It Without tl.Jd, boweier. he got most bis rents nnd exMctl unite by himself. Itrlll was it great lover of Mowers. rod after tie had settled down la the l.l'n.'e he suit to li friend III Ills nil hi.me town to ship htm some rose hi:sie if a bewllderlngly beautiful , sMS-lestitwnis faiorlles with him. The tinier wns filled In a profuse ninti- n r mid llrlll was pnllgnl in distributKierjbiwlv In the ing the surplus. t 'nek reccllctl n ibitiiltloll Itrlll lei'l t'lnetsl n loinille of the bushes on the was tiiii of totheget nwn.i ptiice, and belnj 'inslous wlltut dtseotert-il- . Iiashfiil man that tie wns. when Miss Manh came around the Itrlll tllllie-- l rner tif the house r.sl ns ii Hs.ny and fairly stammered -- id "J-sfbis enibarriissiiieut. jf few rose slips." tie tamely Trlend sent me n grcnt lerpllls Was glad to slss thetll Through Fire I AsgPPJjKr I Inllg " JOHN SKAIN, Manager. Whj I thank joii," responded Miss I love mscs aiel I Manh hrlgtitly hall mine .tour kind gift leryiniiib. & presume loll are going tn keep up Id Wilder plan-.- " the garden at tt "I I II. Ink I shall." answered llrlll. tucking e ben n of his ueitt apienrlng, pleasant faced hostess halted film t I Wolnbr If loll would hove time pnd patience to make n bed of petu-nlns- " she submitted. "Mine are ipilte too plentiful, and I shall have to thin tbelll out. I don't like to throw- the turn growth nwny." Itrlll expressed mstie dt'lUht at the offering nnd Hollered like anme tpotlest sctliMilhoy at the grncloeshess f this charming nelchlior. After Hint he never met MUs March Ibnt he did rot recelie n smiling, friendly greet Ing. nnd It came to tie not unusual for her to lie In the garden when he pass- to mid fro from his business I place In the town. I .a In one afternoon Miss Mnnh half dozing tn n hammock, roiktsl up, at a sudden commotion. Confused sounds, a taint tif smoke In the nlri caused her to look across lots to iliserit that the third house downi tin- - blot k from her own had flames' shisiilng through Its roof. Then a new inrlntloii of the usual dullness of the neighborhood attracted her. Leaping the fence of baik )nrds and Just then crossing her own wns Mr, Itrlll. Ate parcutl) he had been called Into ac tion by the blare, lie recklessly tnilll-plcn tlower Intl. Intent oul) on reach ing the direct scene of tl.e tire, lie did li"t notice Miss Itrlll. She n.ir-rltt- l from the garden down the street. Hillside of the huriilng house a crowd gathering. was In their midst was an vgnnlrisl woman who they had to bold kick by sheer force. .My child my iMmlhy!" she was screaming. "She Is asleep In the tip. per back room 1" One or two of the hraiest among the crowd icntured In approach the open lower door, but they were Instantly driven tm U by sumke and cln. ders. The entire front of the house i.ns n roaring mass of llaiiies. Miss .March shuddered as she made out linger llrlll. lie had not waited to ask ipiestlons, nor for a ladder at a ill it a i some one bad gone "for. lie was up ll mst of the verilllila, llglle ns a joiing college nlhlete, A ipilck pallor oiersprend the face of Miss .March and she shuddered nnd gaspisl us, reaching the roof whole, Itrlll disappeared past a Mining curtain Into ii rimm. Then there wns n ciimmaiiillng cry at the rear. and thither half u ilnzcu arms reached, out to cntih the little child droe per from the window by her he roic rescuer. After thut, feebly, vtokly, llrlll came to the ground und staggered and fell senseless. "Take him to my homo and send for a doctor at once." directed Miss Harih, as she noted where the llames had scarred Ids face and hands. And through the after hours anil fur a week her gentle presence nlled ihe tick room, and the flame of low grew to fervor In her admiring soul. And, with recuperating strnngth, Hoger llrlll knew that his dauntless heroism had sruu hlui a worthy wlf. I Wbereler nn) had a I lot of tlowers," and he wns away In culprltllke fnhlon hale lllcd I bale nl- - Lincoln County Land Wednesday, April 23rd Public Auction The Real Estate Man. SWINEBROAD Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 17 1919. To Our Telephone Patrons In Lancaster and Garrard County Our customers and patrons will find in this space from week to week the position of the Bas-ti- n Telephone Company relative to the business conditions existing between it and its customers and the public in Lancaster and Garrard County. The management of the Company deems it best to keep the public fully advised as to conditions, for its management is aware of the great business confusion that would befall the City and community generally should it happen that this Company should be compelled to quit business, and that in the meantime no provision be made for telephone service from other sources. At a meeting of your City Council on Friday evening, April 11, it was ordered by unanimous vote of the Council that a telephone franchise be sold. The City Attorney, R. H. Tomlinson, was directed to prepare a franchise and have the same ready to be placed upon its first reading before the City Council at its next regular meeting Monday night, May 5th, and to assist and advise him in this work Mayor Duncan appointed Judge L. L. Walker, and W. F. Champ, Cashier of the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. There is sufficient time for this Committee to have ready for introduction at the next regular meeting of the Council a well considered contract and the management of this Company anticipates that these gentlemen who have an interest in the community yet will be sufficiently influenced by fairness and justice to present a franchise, the terms of which shall be acceptable to any bidder interested in the telephone business in Lancaster and Garrard County. The Bastin Telephone Company has its telephone equipment intact, with its connections permanently arranged and is in a position to compete with the outside world in the purchase of any franchise, fair and just in terms that may be offered by the City of Lancaster, and hopes to be able to purchase the franchise. The idea of having competition in the telephone business has long since been discarded as time has proven that it is neither econimical nor productive of the best service. The matter of rates and service can be regulated by franchise and competition is unnecessary. The management of this Company desires an early settlement of the telephone controversies which have prevailed in this community for some time past, and states to the public that if it is not the purchaser of the franchise it will promptly dismantle its plant and withdraw without any annoyance to the officials or to the public. It will continue to give service as heretofore only for a reasonable time after the notice which was given in this space and to the City Council. Very Respectfully, Miss Mattie Lutes, Sec'ty and Treas. Bastin Telephone Co. Advertisement. 93 per cent. I 9 1 per cent, j It is too early to get out an accurate estimate on crops at this time, but the general prospects arc very good, i Considerable plowing has been done.) There is more of a demand for farm stock. The high price of feed hasj stimulated farmers to cultivate crops I better, and the general prospect, both ' as to present conditions and general outlook, is exceptionally fine. MAT S. COHEN, Commissioner of Agriculture. 1'lums Cherries Dally Thought. one world ami hath anotbei to attend him. Herbert. Man ' I J.W.Creech, President. CROP REPORT As of April 1, 1919, Issued by State DepartBIDS WANTED ON TURNPIKE WORK. ment of Agriculture Frankfort, Ky Bids will be received by the Fiscal Court of County, up till 10 A. M. Garrard Crop prospects for 1911) in Kenbright. Soil tucky are especially 1919, SATURDAY, APRIL 26th, nre good, more land "ill condition be in cultivation than lust year, laml alucs for repairinjr the following turnpikes in Garrard supply are advancing, ami farm help The latter, County Kentucky, for the year ending December howcter,is hasincreasing. reached normal. not yet Qimrrics will lu fiirnislii'tl by the comity wliuro the county owns a iuarry. oUhtwwu thu contractor furnishes his own nietnl. Stone must he broken to puss through a 2 inch rintf in its longest diameter.. All Metal must be spread by contractor according to direction of County Road HiiKineer; must not lie spread with scraper. Rock must bespread between Oct. 1st and Dec. 1, 1!)1!. Sections to be let are as follows: District No. 1, Lancaster. Sec. No. It, Suitar Creek pike 25 rods broken convenient to pike and left in pile not spread. Section No. lioone's Creek pike, rock or gravel. District No. 2, Rryantsville. Section 5. liuena Vista anil Kentucky River ( ) rods rock. Section No. 7, Polly's Rend pike ( ) rods rock. Section No. i, Huenn Vista and Huruin ( ) rods rock. District No. :i, Ruckeye. Section Teatersville and ltradshaw Mill, rock anil gravel. Section and Kirksville and Nina Turnpikes, Koleys store to Union and Paint Lick bridge, 2.") rods of rock. District No. 1, l'aint Lick. Section 1. Double Toll Kate to Cartersville, gravel. Section No. :. Fall Lick pike, John Diidderar's to Lincoln County line, Gravel: also contract for abutment, concrete or y htone. on Drakes Creek and repair to bridne. Section 5, Lowell anil Gillispie I'ike ( ) rods rock. to John Wynn s, 2 Section (!, Paint Lick and White Lick miles: gravel. miles to Wallaceton, gravel. Section 7, Same 2 Section 8, Point Leavell and Gooch pike, gravel. Section !), Walkers Lane pike, gravel. The bids will bu on sections, but bidders will not be restricted to one section. Said bids will be sealed and a bond to bu required for double thu amount of the bid and shall be approved by the FiscalCourt. Said bidder will present with the bid the names of his proposed sureties. The bidH shall be per rod, of 225 cubic feet, and contractor will be required to comply with his contract; otherwise his bond All bids must be (lied with the will be declared forfeited. County Judge, on or before 10 A. M. April 2Gth, 1919. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and nil bids. 1 NOTICES Fortunate Is Our Country. Daily Thought. It Is stated that the United States In adversity It Is easy to despise has 5 per cent of the world's popula- life; the truly brave man Is be who tion and .13 per cent of Its wealth. Ia can endure to be miserable. Martial. other words, of the peoPreferred "Motorhouse." ple and one-thir-d of the money of tha In England during the early days of whole world. motor vehicles, there was a decided preference for the name "motorhouse" Good Rule for Life. . . ,. rather than "garage." We are ruined, not by what we by what we think we re.ill.r want, but Production Wins. ihi; therefore, never go abroad In We'ilth does not coiue by the most M'lirih of your wants; for If they be real wants they will come lu search of d'llgent saving, but by the most diliyou. He that buys what he does not gent producing. Men and nations who want, will soon want what he cannot )! Ii the pennies hardest are never the richest. tin,. Col ion. 1st, 1919. Reports coming to this Department five the wheat acreage originally sown at 10K per cent, as compared with Ut per cent allowing at this time last year, while condition is given at 10-' per cent. Acreage of rye origi nally sown is 90 per cent, which shows fi per cent decrease from last ear's acreage, while tl.e condition shows ut UH per cent. Ilarley acreage original- Pope's Poetry. J. A. AMON, s)inpathy with the higher moods of the mind; jet It rontliuies entertaining In spite of nil changes of mode. It was n mirror In n drawing-room- , hut It gave hnck a faithful Image of society, pow-dele- d and rouged, to be sure, and Intent on trifles, jet still as human In Its way as the heroes of Homer lu theirs. ly sown is ti5 per cent with the condiLowell. tion of Jt per cent. The acreage of oats planned is 88 per cent compared with H:i per cent last year. Soil conGRACIOUS STYLES IN WRAPS dition is given at U.I per cent. A large increase in acreage of bur-le- y tobacco is indicated, the same being estimated at 113 per cent as compared with the acreage of V'J per cent given at this time last year. The condition of the beds is estimated at 1)1 per cent. Dark tobacco acreage shows at tort per cent as compared with DO per cent last year and the condition of beds shows at t7 per cent. The number of farm nnimals on hand, witli conditions follow: No. on hand. Condition. Horses ....9!i per cent...'J3 per cent U5 per cent, .00 per cent Mules Dairy Cattle 01 per cent. .05 per cent per cent l'dg Cattle 00 per cent-.y- il Hogs.. ....08 per cent. .01 per cent Sheep. .4. .07 per ccnt..9G per cent All animals have done well and have come through the winter in exceptionally good shape. Condition of grasses is given at 02 per cent. Young clover is about out iiAtf4 mm A w.. of danger and looking fine. This wrap contrives to look su much Condition of fruit buds and trees like a capo that one must think twlca is about normal with no serious dam- before placing it as a coat. It Is beau d Estlfully finished with rows of age reported except in localities. buttons for ornament, and two timated conditions follow: Apples per cent. large dark pearl buttons that lookg per cent. equal to the responsibility of futea-luI'eaches Ills poetry Is nut a motintnln-tarlike that of WoriNworth ; It Is nut KING MONROE, In I 4099 j Drown Stallion with three white feet 15 4 hands high, will weigh 1100 pounds, has long fine neck, fine head set on high nice thin withers, good short back with as good n tail as ever was on a horse, good bone and good feet. i Hex McDonald sil i I 1 lie i Denmark Mi). .ncT Mack t I Crlslera Denmark Dan o 4) Ilex Mouroe W3l I S. Black Dan iulrrl$ Denmark U Una M. fv: rllerzogg v. f ilue O la O t. f J i Sutni'ter Deumarktt B 2 Denmark f LeOrand Jr U3 Mainbrluo UGrarrl I Mambrlno Le (.rand w I I'au i I 1. suniptrr Denmark Kkciric 63 Lottie Uuckwan Sl.'l I Dan. . Black Diamond, Jr. Black Diamond I Dau Queen KINCi MONROE has ns much style speed and action ns tiny saddle horse living. It can be seen that this horse belongs to the greatest family of the saddle horse being a real Denmark. Study his pedigree and be 'convinced. You can make no mistake by breeding to this horse. He will get you saddle horses of the highest type. Every man Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. should breed his mares and breed them to the best. KINO M ON It OK will make the present season at my burn at $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Will Also Stand My Walking Stallion, REX By REX I'EAVINE, First Dam A DUENNON MARE. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. This horse has sired some of the best walking Horses in the State. He will get you a Walking Horse right. He is u real nodding walker himself, with style at both ends. Will also stand iyo good Jacks at $10. for mare colt and $8. for horse colt. All of the above stock will make the season at my farm on the Gillispie pike three miles from Taint Lick and two miles from Hackley. COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER. l'cars ..............95 ..............94 ................92 per rent. It N. W. ROGERS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 17. 1919 r IMPORTANT TASK IN GETTING GOOD SEED Plentiful Supply of Germinnblo Corn Is Assured. I I (!) I The Races I (!) 1 I!) Drought Reduced Quality cf Grain Droom-CorSorghum and Treatment of Seed Grain la Urged to Prevent Disease. (Prepared by the United Hlntc Icpnrt-mrof AcTlcutltire.) A generally favorable maturing seacur has Insured n plentiful son hist j supply of germlnable seed mm. In some cacs drought reduced the finality of grain sorghum and broom-corseisl, mid germination tests are nrgiM sections, for II Flax production wns short In eastern Monttiiri ami western North Ihikotu, where i large portion' of the liar, acreage Is grown, but, since seed grown In that section Is more likely to be free from weed seeds mid Max diseases than seed i Sit of tht Foot. The foot should be ns long ns the ulna, or chief hone of the forearm from the smnll liend of the hone that to bo seen at the wrist to the jMilnt of the elbow should be the length of the foot. l. DR. I I v Don't take any chance Don't play any long shots, Don't play aiiy 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. Grandmother's Economy, Anothei reason why jour dear old grandmother dldn t think she coiilf afford silk stockings was because li thought she ought In wear s or sect Dallas News. I" ttleouts. Hired Mjn'e Life Saved. .Tames was howlegged and felt It Ids duty to whip every boy that reminded 111 nt of the fact. When he visited In the country the hired man laughed Mi'l told him he couhlnl stop a pig If he tried. James told his moth- J. W. Weber Chiropodist Hli Ruling Thought hears n great ileal about the absent-mindeprofessor, but It would be hard to find one more absent minded than the dentist who said soothingly a s he applied n tool to his automobile, wider which he lay; "Now, this Is going to hurt Just n little." Onn I 1 i I il (!) I I FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office DANVILLE Gilcher Hotel, every Tuesand Friday Their Surprising Way. "I wns never more illspsliilisl In rtnjbody In my life than I wns In my See," nituilltnl tl.ibe cousins up to tjosnell of tJrudgc. who wns Just back from a visit to the lllg llurg. "Why. with ci it) thing mi it r t ti going on nml anything ou could think of liable to hiippi n at any moment, I'll be s Itched If they don't sikeoff to hi-- at bitwu n nine and ten o'clock every night of the world'"-Kii- nas City Star. er what the tnan had sabl then lidded: "HeV pretty big, and I'm mighty find he didn't say I was Isiwlegged." Opium. Opium Is the dried Juice of the white poppy, n flower that grows In many parts of Ala. A few das nfter the flowers have fallen off the plants men go through the In the afternoon and make little ruts III the lqpy head. Out of these cuts n milky Juice oores, which dries Into a brown, sticky pnste. Kery morning the men go through the fields again ami scrape "ff "'Is paste, which they put .Into Jars. Later on It Is made Into half sund halls and then packed for shipment. Bronzing Small Articles. Small nrtlclos may be glided by Immersing them In the following solution, which must' he uisl nt nrurly boiling bent: Caustic potash, Is) pnrt; carbonate of (Hitash, "JO parts; cvanldc of potassium, ! parts; water, l,l parts. Itather more than one find oni-hi- ilf parts chloride of gold should be illssolvisl In the water when the other substances are to be nibltsl, and the whole hulled together. This mixture Is often employed by ilealeni In cheap Jewi Iry. Not a Complete Success. IMniird was a timid Imj. He tried ovcrcoue his timidity, but with '.rtle success, duo day bis father came h. i'i. and hrousht him an Indian suit. U' r IMwurd hinl It on his father tol.l 'i that he would ho brine rum, for I' ns alums were. IMnard went i it in the front jard to show It to n n i.lihor playmate when the big dug from acrosH the street mine lioiiiid-n- i across. Tl Indian" came rushing up on the front porch, crjlng, and i..l..-out: "Take the suit back; It don't work on me." Hard to I 1 V Commissioner's Sale of Land. CAIIKAKD fllMTIT COl'liT V. Pulley's A.linr, it nl. I'llfs. VS T. W. Dnilry'a widow, it a!, Pcfts. I'ummnt to n Judgment rendered at the March Term, l!U!, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Hour in Lancaster. Kentucky, nt II o'clock A. M. on- .MONDAY, AI'KII. UK, Wit', it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and des cribed as follows: Kentucky. In Currant Countv. bounded on the Kast by I 'nl ri t Lick Creek, on the South by the lands of It. M. Mirtz same recent v conveved to him by Commissioner in this rne, on the North by the land of John I Jin. I end Coy Davis. This being the home place of the late T. W It.ulev, less the land recently sold to II. , Kurtz, containing 10 ncres more or less. This sale is to be made by the boundary, or ns n whole and not by the acre. The purpose of the sale herein Is to divide the proceed thereof among the Juint owners of same. T Kit.MS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the iHirrbnsrr will he required to execute bond with ap- T. I day, Wednesday I I fit I BECKER and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. 1 RICHMOND Monday and lliursday. STANFORD, I i i Saturday only. BRYANTSVILLE, A Glass Horn. Fats In the Body. An Innoriitlou In phonograph It nn Fats In the body occur under the Instrument equipped with 11 horn of f tin In the muscles nntl nrnuncl certain ort-anThey net ns n protection for beveled mirror Rills'.. tiI( clnlni nt maker Is that the horn of u talk- the body nwlnst Injury nnd serve as n ' stored supply of fuel. In cae fiMl can tnc machine host amplifies the tone rot he taken. Fats nrc liquid In the when Its surface Is Miiooth anil Held, Good Seed Corn. loily nn'J nro stored In ulbumlnouj hence one of heavy glass Is preferable to one of wood or metal. cells. grown farther east. Montana nml North Dakota farmers are urged to Hadn't Cot to That. make every iffort to obtain good seed Cannot Do Without Sleep. you In their own localities. riillanthroplc Person "Haw The departSleep Is a necessity of life no less ment of agriculture Is locating good never striven my friend, to attain sucthnn Is food. No ninn has ever higher life?" Mundane M.irmadiiki seed supplies In North Dakota. Mon In keeping nvvnke for more than ceeded If he It "Well, mister, we ain't got past corned tana and Minnesota and making their u few clays continuously. forced to do so, as In ancient Chinese lieef an" heer yet, hut whether we'll location known to those wishing to tortures, where contnnt tlckllnc of the ever reach chiunp.igne and hlcken 1 purchase. The treatment of seed grain to feet made sleep Impossible, he falls at can't hloomln" well say." Sydney prevent fnngotis diseases Is glintIn rt li'to n comatose state from which ed out ns probably the most Important he neer uvvakes. work In connection with spring sowNo Person Has Seen the Sun, ing In 1010. Astronomers aver that no one h.is America' Largest Industry. The United Stales' largest manu- ever seen the sun. A series of concenfacturing Industry Is Iron and steel. tric shells cmclops a nucleus of which ATTENTION TO SETTING HENS The pig Iron recoereil In smelting we apparently know nothing except Iron ore. nraounts to about "" per ci nt that It must ho almost Infinitely hotter Nests Must Be Kept Free From Mites Crude Petroleum Spray May of the raw- - materials. The equivalent than the fiercest furnace, mid that It s Injure Eggs. of nboiit 14 per cent Is driven nit by must amount to more than volnlllllzatlon In the coking of the coal; of the solar mass. That nucleus Is UnGreat care should ho taken to keep In the process of smelting n further 40 real sun, forever hidden from u. The per cent escapes In gas, fumes anil outermost of the cuwloplng shell Is nests occupied by hens tnv remaining 21 jwr cent about Will miles thick, ami Is callid from mites. It Is hard to work effecdust, and the the "chromosphere." tively ngnlnst the mites when many represents the slag. hens ore brooding. Oil In the form of crudo petroleum sprays, used freely nhout the liouo nt that time, may soil the. eggs nnd prevent successful hatching. quarters, therefore. Infested should be treated thoroughly before hens nrc set, so ns to start them In nests w hich tire nhsnliitely clean. the straw of the nest u layer of lime nnd sulphur-wil- l tend to prevent mite breeding, and the entire nest mny be dust.sl occasionally with py. j reinruui. iirosen eggs unit tile straw solhsl by them should be removed promptly, ns they tend to nttract mites. f Test of Woolens. One test Is to cut off a bit of the sehedge and loin h a match to It. If It shrivels up. but does not burn. It Is wool, but If the fabric burns with n flame It Is cotton. Another way Is to put n bit of th- - cloth In n test tube, nr other glass recoptm b- - with n solution of caustic s.n. The soda wilt eat up the win. I. that which Is not wool. j To Make Attar of Roses. After having gathered a ipiantlty of ros s. place them In a Jar, then Miur prii'c. said bund hearing six per rent l M.ti them some spring water. ovir interest from date until paid, having the top with thltl lliustlll to kcip out the force and tffect of a Judgment upon the dust, ami cmi. (he Jar to the hint able which execution mv issue, p to W II llrown. Matter Com of the sun for n few days, until oily missioner of the (iarnird Circuit particles are observed to be floating Court, and n lien will be rocrved upon the surfai-- e of the water. Take off. on the propcrt) subl until the pur this oil substance nnd place It In n bot- chase muney is tald. tle. This" Is the perfume known as W II IIKOWN, M C ti C C "attar of roses." J. I'.. Ilohinsun. Attorney for Tills "V Value Efficiency STOP! REPAIRING Luxury Individuality Economy "THE BILTWELL 13 YEARS LOOK! of LISTEN! ROTATE TO PREVENT DISEASE Aliments Increase In Activity When Same Crops Are Grown Yearly on the Same Soli. We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds I'ractlcally every farm crop Is by some disease which Increases In nctlvlty when tho snmo crops are grown year after yenr on Iho Mime soil. Itoot rot becomes moro prevalent when com follows com. Smut In com j Is Intensllled with continuous culture, ' Potatoes are often nltncked hy several plant diseases If they nre grown on the i same soli tun or tuoru years In succession. With proper crop rotations tho ' discuses do not have tho same host plant for two successive yenrs, ivhkh i prevents them from gaining n head- way. AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE guaranteed. We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charter and are now ready forljattcry chartrintr. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on ydur Auto, Gas Engine or nny other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air" and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction On all makes of Automobiles or Kncinus. SIX" ON THE MARKET DESIRABLE SOIL FOR GARDEN Mellow Loams Retain Moisture and Supply Plantfood Conducive to Larger Yields. A mellow loam Foil Is highly desirI SPELLS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION BY ALL MEANS SEE THE VELIE CARS FORE BUYING. BE- -' able for host results In Such soils retain moisture pin nl food solution In such they tire' conducive to gruwiii uuu iruiuui yiciu hies. WATER REQUIRED Kurdenlng, and supply a way that satisfactory ui vcgciu' ( FOR DUCKS BURTON & LEE AGENTS FOR GARRARD COUNTY. Patrick. & Conn. For First Two Weeks Supply for Drinking It All That l NecessaryKeep Panful In Coop. Ducki only requlro enough water for drinking purposes the first two weeks. Keep u shallow panful In your feeding coop every tluiu you feed tbeiii. This Is very Important, as they tat a little of tho dough, then run to the water pao to at to wash It down. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 17, 1919 WOLF TRAIL. mix pleasant fjcoisllngly 'lull. Whin tin- - word miiio frimi .M)rtlo, who had n,r been innrrliil null pint west wllli Iht litHinml tin y ears proi Ions, nml h- - lienled I :i:l. the M) rl thought Milllnllrr luillitl the prospect lis n ilcll-- i ranee from n sort of smlii! nml In llllrllll.il homlngo. Myrtle Weston Inlit mil tm glowing Very plainly pliture In sMcr. 'In Indicated Unit she mi'I Iht ,Ii bor wen tilwictT sojourners In n spulcs uf wilderness, "All I luie," hi- - wrote. "In n small Iiiiiim- - mill eighty acres, Ju-- t nl I In- nt tin Imlliiii reservation, nml n few Inwn hits In n sell lenient tlinl has exactly twenty three residents In date, Sinn my liiinliiiml illi-ia liiii been Imril wnrl. " IHn liml written nt niieo li her sllcr, cjpros.lng iln liiteiiet nt tin- - prospect ahead, Hit tlrrntiM were nil 'f grand iiiiiiinlnlii muses nml beautiful miIIi'jk. when pmpli Ihiil mi Imrschnik, nml Inicly IIiiuitn nml henrtsnnii men mill uum i n oilstcd. Mjrlli' lunl unit her sunn money, nml had Instructed i:in tn fill It What Kin' llinnclit Would In- - lniil traps 111 fill from Hitm ntil hotlM-holwhich liml I ii slorisl In the home of Iht uncle slme the dentil nf llii'lr nmiliiT. M j rl - wrote Unit li- - linked considerable In tin" way nf household utilities, i:ia consumed n week sort1!MS CJraml ing mil what ii mill ho must UM'ful at Chicago. ff tin grout mass nf fiirnlturi'. utensils nml general ktilthiiaiks. arPBPl PAPi.PAP3P' nml when she llmilly ml forth mi the - long Ih r life lunl tin Jniiriii') nf nnishipment risluced tu Iht little trunk nml fniir largo iiirktritr rases. They wore dln-ctoIn l.-- i p t.iilrh. fmm what Mjrtle wrote tin- - nonrot i rallroid town, tin miles mer the , tiiiiuiitnlii frnni Wyilurloy, mar whlth tin- - llttli- - f n nn wit Inrniiil, Mjrtli' ' rul Hint Ih wnuM hmr miiif nm I rtiitlmi nml In j liuft Iht rliitiT nl Imnclnntlnii Kln Imllt tip n IiiiiIiie llnn nf n xtiilnnrl, lintulontiii1 jmini; frntitliTMiinn initiiiiliil nn n Miirli' f i!!. Irnillnc n MTnm! ntii, nnil ci'ii j Iht ni r Hh" lillln, n mil prnr- - j tlrnl Ih hliiMir. Till" ilnnta mine true. Wlicn JiiM M Mich a iNtnltr hern nut I it nml In- j tniliuiil lilniKilf bh Itnyil U'linlrll, i:in llkiil lit tn frnni tin- - xiirt. Ill" n I hill nf II, wiIiiiimi', In' i ipni-Mi- l nl! tin' pi'i li. frlriully. Iniiriwiiu,i' pi- - l wlm rln rlliil clnilljr n ni'M" m ltli j I limm - Matter Klein liny In vinitini; KIiiut this wii'k. Mrs. IIirmon Tinier who hat lieen Br RALPH HAMILTON so HI It better nt this writinit. .Mr. nml .Mrt, Allen Tenter entertain-ei- l iCorirUbt. int. t, W..i.ti N.wtp-pCalos. n number of relatives Sunil.iy. Kln Wrniir wns going Into n brnml .Mrt. Abe llurtnii wat n of new life nml was curious nml excited. Mn uiiil her sister wen orphans, nml I cr mnlliir, .Mrs, lijtnn Inst wik. for lln jinri r.l tin I been lit lug ' Ml t Mice Ilny spent Tuesilny r.nJ villi her uncle inn! mini, tin- ll'rn:ii ni' .it with Jlltt Jetrie 11, l:.i I'ii) .r Mow-hrnj- "Some Day Chief" I Mr. Wnltcr Suiiilny. Knrt vUilnl relntlvra Tlil .Mr. nml .Mrs. Frank Land ami family attended the mectine nt lluckcyc .Sunday. Jtheumatirm lins been Kivlne .Mrs. James Ijin 1 mn-.- i trouble the pntt two weeks. MUr Alice Hay lins returned home after n weeks visit with Mrs. Klljnh McMitlmn. Mr. ami .Mrs. Illijiih Mr.Millinn were cuestt of Iht pnrenls, .Mr. nn.l .Mrs, Iclili Kaj, Suniln. .Mr. l.nd .Mrt. W T .Mnberlcy spent the w.e'. viid in Madison with .Mr. i.tiil .dr- l ied lliw..rd, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cntey and chil- were the quests 0f Mr. nnd Mrs. Waldren were guests Saturday nliiht nf ter Fain nnd family Saturday nltiht. his mother, .Mrs. Travc Casey. Mis, Powell Dniley and son Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Sebnstlnn nml Karl Dniley were In Jessamine Saturdaughter were visitors of Mr. and day nml Sunilny with Mrs. Ashias Ilendren who stilt continues very ill. .Mrs. Williert Dniley last week. Ground Barley Feed cheapest for hogi. PLANT TREES TO ESCAPE EROSION im.iicIi. Imt rp!r rrrr p- - pjr't?". r. Mrs. Ilnrvc Tcater nnd two daughand ters, llernice nnd Ilessie nnd Mr. Kyle No Other Tree So Well Adapted for Use in Gullies as Black or Tenter, of Mndison were visitors of Iludion, Hugbei and Farna'j. Mr. and Mrs. IIukIi Moberley Friday. , Yellow Locust. Mr. and Mrs. .Mill Dniley uml three Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis nnd dnuKhtirs, wet" in Madison Sunday, ilauclitcr, Mrs. and .Mrs. Irvin Simp-so- u visitim; Mr. uml Mrs. Morris Murph). and two sons, Mr, Marion Davis 6uckers Freely From Roots, Crows Rapidly and Makes One of Best .Mr. and Mrs. Klijali .Mc.Millinn nml spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wil-btWoods for Fence Posts-Fo- rms son, Misses Alice mid Jessie 11. Kay Dailcy. Protective Cover. bett fp f p r p p . rr--r r.r-- r. c - p-p- ,i.p. r trrtparfd by Ih Unllfil fitalm of ARrleuIturp.) nr.irt-me- If the farm hn ilncei that nre vnh-In- c liiully, the uhiipm klmulil lni no tlnii In Martini; to reclaim tlietn hy lr hi tiiier I'leilnmnt, mimntaln, nnil Sllillipl mlley kectlons no other Irro lj to well niliipteil fur planting In Kiilllr" ns hlack (nr "yellow") locust. It liai n lame root nyMrni. fuckers freely frnni the rout, ernu-- i rap ami makes one of the inoit laittii4 woihN for fence pot'. Small celnns or H'eilllnes from 1 tn 2 foot hljli wllh roots shoulil hi fct out In the rprlns on Kiilly luniks nml omr tin cully liottoms In mil mnile loni hy mnttnik, plow, nr ilyiiamlte, A spaey Ine nf npprolnintely S liy S feet apart Is nilvNahle. Inklm; nilvnntn:i of favornhle situations nml nvolil-In- s the mlihlle of htre.im channels. The little trees tun he ilus up III locut thicket, nr ohtiilneil from conimerclal nur.M'rles. plnnUm- In the treei. MUSKOGEE BOY, 1017 Grand Champion Steer old for the worlds record price at International at Chicago. !5.1C per pound for the Red FYVIE KNIGHT Champion Steer at the P. . International Cross. His hide was made into an overcoat and presented to President Wilson. pP P p.p ! r,p. p p r FIRST ANNUAL SALE OF Stop Gully Erosion. I'nr the ilry, elajey soils of the I'lisl-mon- t, the native Khurtlcaf pine (I'lnus eihlniitii) Is wi'll uiliiptiil for stopplnR sully ero-'ln- n. It Is ery freqin ntly nlisonoil eomlns In naturally In such places, nml even when youns exerting n markeil Influence In hnlillns the soil. When set out In cullies Its prow 111 Is fairly rnpiil, nnil In a few jciirs. It forms n complete protective cover. Young shnrtleaf pines nre often fnuml in great numbers In an olil flchl recently turned out. They are muih more - ll' The Bradshaw Aberbeen Angus Cattle AT STOCK YARDS IN LANCASTER, KY., PHIDAY,-- MAY 16th ) inn mrUInc lmun nf the pliui', ' uml .Mjrlli' lunl Inli) iiIhiuI Iht uNIit'ii i Ily tin- - , luuilrnl iirriiiiipll-lilniiilIn tin f If KUu um pluriil fnfi-lunns nf M rtli liy tin nuw iciiiht flu fill Hint ! lunl mini' nrrini n luurh. U'nr- - i tun n rln rnutil llki- - ti-rlicit Mill (III- - MiiTirf nf till- - illclrlrt. ' 11 nc- niT)ll)' frli inl, nml hiniim ulirri'l)' is In r lllnr nt tin1 llltli' liniiii i:iil lunl u lllril ! ll lulu tin' crmiM' ' ' nf In r now llfi'. ll "in iirrniik'nl Hint I II " i tnkn llilin.V nf ll llltli' Inulikhlp mIhhiI ulth tin' rninliii; nf iiutuiiin. In Ihi' ini'iiiillini' llnjil Wiirilill ni In-- r i hi'x iilliT. TIiiti' wrri' Inns rlili'H nil lii'IM'I'illk, I'M 11 tn Hit' li'P nf l Ihl Klicli', u lolly knoll fll'l nf Id' nil tin rmi'M nml Minwy pcnkiil )rnr. AuultlllS Iht kiIiikiI illllli'S, KImi frii'inW niiuiiii; tin' mi nlmiit niiikliii: tii lelilinrM. At tin' iiIki" nf Uh' ntlli'-m- i nt wim nn Imlliiii f n ml ly . IN Imnl. who u known ns "Sumo lny Chlrf," wns In illn:rnii' wllli IiIh uHm', .ill mill's tn I ho west, wnrki'O n llltli' llu r rliihn nml lliril on tin' Impi' of tlual ri'Ktnmtlnn tn lilt nhl kliiKly kh tiltlmi. Ill llllli' ilailchtiT, wlinm hi' tin- - lnr. iIhti mil mi nrirnii In lit HEAD S BULLS, AND THIRTY 37 COWS AND HEIFERS Low Lands Not Suitable for Cultivated Crops Should Bo Planted to Trees. , Cows and Heifers all with calves at foot sale day or close to calving. tllnllZI'll, fill III. IllM Wlfl WI1H lll'llll. nml, npprlM'il of Uh t.ltnnllnn, i:iii tllliliTtnnk to nuii' till' fi'rrrll, llllllli: nitii oiio. out of thin. A cpii'iT Inchli'iit sn-Tlio lltlli' nuftVriT fniliM iiHiiy. ilny hy ilny, lonslni: for ili llrnclrs Iho much iniiuiituln IkiIiiIIiiii I'iiiiIiI lint imlili-- . Dili" ilny III Kiilnc over tin" ilmni'Mli-nlrlislkIh lunl liniiicht ffnin tin' Ilnst, r.lmi ciinu' ihtosi nn loo imini Tlicri' wi ro Hiii-- o nhoiit Iht rrii'Zir. Willi liml IlI'VlT MTtl null it ill'1 Iff. Itnyil Wiirilill offiTfil In rlilf tip l tin' summit of Olil KukIo nnil hrlni: luit k lei'. An nilmlrlne rrouil of iii lKif liorn kIiuiiI uroiiml wnlrliliii; tin nf innvfrlliiK rmini nml jtk Into n mynl luxury. I.lxa look a Imnl nf tin hi mo to llltli Wurlillii. tn lmi luippi'iioil hi Mitt tin nno tlilni; Hint iiksiiiiki'iI Ihi' liiirnliii; Angus Cattle Breeders must take notice of one of the Biggest Auction Sales of Registered Angus Cattle ever held in Central Kentucky. This offering consists of a carefully selected lot of cows from all the popular tribes Blackbirds, Blackcaps, Prides of Aberdeen, Queen Mothers, Heather Blooms, Duchesses and Bruce Hill Violets. It is a choice offering all through. Good bulls, regularly producing females, and heifers that give promise of growing into valuable matrons. The same blcod that is commanding attention in all the big sale and show rings is present here and those wanting the best should aim ' to be present at this Sale. Eight of the cows have calves at side by Envion, a Trojan Erica (Enchantress branch) Bull. The get of the celebrated champion bull, Blackcap Star, who is at the head of the great Caldwell herd of Missouri. Other cows and heifers in this sale are bred to Blackcap Royalty which is a richly bred Blackcap Bull. The cows and heifers are of the most pleasing kind and every one will prove a money-makeThey are in the very finest condition and can not help but be appreciated by the most exacting cattle judge. If you want reliable Angus Cattle for the show or the herd, come to this Sale. A meeting of the Kentucky Aberdeen Angus Association will be held at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lancaster the night before the Sale. Also the moving pictures of the Angus Cattle and Breeders of America will be shown the night before the Sale. r. z z z z pines crowing available shoulil always he chosen fur cully plantins. Seeilllncs from 0 to 12 Indies In height nre of u ery suitable size. In tnklus them up. It Is Important to H liKe-ethe soil carefully anil hrenk ns few roots as possible. They shoulil be placeil ut once In buckets containing either water or wet splincnuin iiiovs, anil during the transplanting the roots shoulil neer be allowed to become dry. Soil Should Be Firmed. place, After being set soli Z shnuhl be carefully111 ami welltheQrmeil nl nut the roots. A spacing of about l. fi to 0 feet apart each way Is t li:t ii lpirous similar In the woods nml wherever Other kinds of trees may be JJ for the same purpose nf turning such waste ends Into profitable parts nf the z z z z z z z z 3 The forest service. United farm. States department uf agriculture, will furnish Information on hnw to plant forest trees nml lists of commercial dealers handling seed or seedlings of Mirious trees suitable for gully z z z BARLEY IS GOOD FEED CROP On Favorable Soils Northern Farmer Would Do Well to Maintain Present Acreage. (l'rfrared so by the United Stales IVi ailment of Agriculture.) A. D. BRADSHAW. WALKER BRADSHAW. AUCTIONEKHS. Coo-irr- . . '. W. II. lllamlinsvillr, Illinois, Col. Knyc I Iloutclit-ns- , Herilrick, Iown., Col. J. It. DihwiiMic, Stanford, Kentucky. i v Am. Ilourm, I.tncustcr, Kentucky, M. A. Juily, West Lebanon, Intl, Sulci .MuniiKer. WKITK K(r. CATAI.00. Liberty Bonds Taken on Cattle. tlilrst of tin llltlo loscfnt, nml hni Sunn Huy Chli f wiih ml I i'il linrk to his trllio lio irriiti-full- y ninile aw r In Klsii the lltlli' initio hi' lunl wnrki'il. Who coulil I'luv ronsult ns to tier lnmlfil nnjulKlllon Imt youne Wiu-ilo- ll, nnil who foulil havo heiii cladilrr to nrrvo Hie ilnlnly, chrcrsomo now cnmiT nt IVi'P flulrlil Anil lio lipramo "Iloyil," Inntoml of "Mr. Wnnlell." am hc hornmc "Klsa," Instead of "Mies Vcrtier," ho Hint It wns not strange that one crrnlne a few months later the prouil, happy, youne frontiersman observed : "And at the weildlap, Elsa, don't forget tu arrunge for some o( that taaona Ice cream of jounP lirlclilrnnl up ninrvfloiisly. In a woik wns tut I it, In n month fully rnnvii nno. Wiitliltii Cattle are all tested and can be shipped anywhere. Weather Forecast!. tJnltiil siiiIik wiiilliir for rift tmly "f IH'1' mi 1' nf ui'iillii-- oiiiiiI'IihiI wllli Hi'" tii'l." tin M'rli'H nf lln ilnlly wnitlii'V of niiipn fur n few tlnj liiiiui'iHiili'ly l'"" lilili lireiUe. coiling lln IhtIihI for tloui lire tu In minle. N fri'Ciit nf Hi'iillier li niiiili fur n l''rlol In Hilwimv limner limn l wiirrnnleil liy elmniieii nt lln niilillly nf iittiui-ptn'rl- i" Hint lime. Mnny iilni.iiineH nmtiiln nMrnloKlciil i.nt tuken nerlouly. rnlletlins Imt ll'y are London Free From Floods. I.ii'i!in, uliij tn Its Im' eiiil'iinlc pient .ilieiueK, m free frum Hie erlt nf Iti .l x. whlrli nnniiiilly nii'iinti' I'miI-- . Hut It wn nut nit ii. i hi. .'iliiw tells ninny woeful mien nf IIckhN. nheii "men illil rnw w lu rries In llie iil'Nt nf Wehttnliikter hull" nml grent mvihI'i'M uf folk were ilrnwneil. Tin1 fllMiirliill ulsu nuteM, Ihihi'Mt. t In 1 tlie ilnniN lunl mlnnr ei'iiii'iintlon, khice ifler meh tldeii nne enulil "tiike lunl Iih'I.k liy ynur liuml im they limit olnft Ml jlie wuvei." j Uiefut Substitute. nuvel of .iilisiiteH In the llo nf Iron III (ilntv nf wnnl for HI ferine nlr for eoniire'orK nml for I'ollniri'li'ctrletrl iiii:initui. Tin new tiller l iruvlileil ltli Ionic liml erouk 1 ill luiKMieei, In nlilili irllcle nro lieM iii liy Hie .linri timm nml lmpli frlitlnn iilnni: I In' MrulKlitcr imrlliiiiK of tin ruute. The nlr Ii itilte free fmm mnlkiiire. I.lttlp rire!-lir- e l iiett'nonrr, nml the clt'iinlng M'i'iiis In hi qiilin rriiH'lhe. Nut len- -t Ilnrley has not been grown nearly widely as the yield per ncre In pounds of feed would Justify, and It Is feared that the loss nf the milling nnd brewing market may reduce the acreage Mill more. Kroiu the standpoint of farm economy, the barley acreage In the northern states should not he reduced below the need for farm feed. Ilarley Is a good feed grain for nil classes l live stock. In the northern states It yields more to the acre than any pounds of feed of the other small grains. It yields Making Good. rolls. It does best on There are no tiillMiiuns nirnlnft fall-lirnot respond well on lands that are I here lire nu link Hint wet or lands that are sandy. On faktunes After nil. when we vorable soils In the northern states iiknin kiim'Mi. Kft (h"M tn thnse ulinni we term the farmer would do well to maintain nr kUUTKi-fu- l ur tnlenteil wo fiml his barley acreage, especially It he lliein ery .iiiili folk, niucli like nun has live stock to which ho may feed elven, nml we nre iipt to murvel nt It. It will give a generous return In t In Ir uilileienieiitH, uml, tlmllin: tliein feed and at the tame time fit Into mi iniltli llli' uurselii'K, we put I heir almost any rotation. It also lends miici'm ilnwn to Mime lililileu furii'M Itself readily to the management of Hint we iln not imilerktnnil nr Mime the farm, ai In mny localities It ran iinoiiiil uiimrtunllli'K whlili havo heen be seeded later than spring wheat and Win li I hem. thus use farm labor to good z z z z z z z z z JO MAIN The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 17 1919. Mason Gap Oil & Gas Co INCORPORATED. CAPITAL STOCK $10,000.00 OFFICE-CRAB SHARES $1.00 PAR VALUE ORCHARD, KY. s. C. M. ADAMS, Vice President. O. R. SKILES, Secty-TreaF. G. HURT, President. The above together with H. G. Skiles and J. H. Wright compose the Directorate. We offer for sale a small amount of Stock at $1 .00 per share, subject to Prior Sale and withdrawal from Market. We have over 500 acres of the choicest leases in the Hales Well section of the Lincoln County Oil Fields. This is proven territory. Over a dozen Producing Wells, we brought in our first well last Thursday and oil experts say it is good for 15 barrels. in Friday. Started on No. 2 and expect it to come This is one of the best Oil Propositions yet offered, owing to the low capitalization f and being in a few miles of Railroad. Make your checks payable to MASONS GAP OIL AND GAS CO., Crab Orchard, Ky., and they will be filled in order received. Cracks At Creation. Sore signs of spring: Robins, and real estate taxes. "Rood as wheat" is a better dard of comparison than ever. stan- A lone pull and a strong pull, and the Victory loan will be over the top. "Own your home" is a late slogan and a good one. Just try it and see. The world has not been enough yet to catch n glimpse of I'eace. If everybody worked as well and as faithfully as he could there would be no Labor problem. Are we not proud that our presi- - j dent is capable of writing history and many to Brest by 180,000 dough- Banks Eggs. of making it too? nuts, the gift of the K. of C. The Last season the banks of Kentucky doughnuts will be good traveling furnished 1,000 settings of purebred Germany may not have obtained companions, but probably few of eggs to boys, girls mid women who Iter place in the sun, but she bus cer- them will reach Brest. wished to get rid of mongrel stock. tainly gotten u niche in history. It win not surprising that the Ger- Many of these banks took notes, due If Easter eggs could only hatch, mans, as soun as they learned that in six months without interest, in pay what n variety of beautifully colored Marshal Koch bed been appointed to, ment for the eggs. A few banks and patterned chickens we thould confer with tluni, should concede asked the purchaser to bring them a have that the l'olisli divisions might hum good pullet in the autumn. These have conferred were frequently auctioned off to in Danzig. They A man's idea of thoroughly enjoystimulate interest in purebred birds ing a holiday is to play golf or go with Marshall Koch heforo und know for every farm. fishing. A woman's is to stay at what his conferences are like. Of course, these 1,000 setting, of home and wash her hair. The Chicago Great Western Rail- eggs only represent what the banks road has adopted Krench twins, who did in placing purebred eggs among The new Easter bonnet is a thing coming to this country with the people who diil not lime the ready of the past. Uut the new Easter hat are R. R. Engineers. It never oc- moi.ey to buy purebrcdstock. The of the present sets the husband back loth curred to us to picture a railroad us banks bought vast numbers of purequite as far as the bonnet used to. a tender parent, but It will probably bred eggs which were placed for cash Woman's place may be in the home. be very gentle in taking care of these in their neighborhoods. The mere Aline und fact that banks are cooperating with Hut if she had stayed there, what two pretty little girls, would have become of the Ited Cross Denise the Extension Division of the College and the canteen work and the emerof Agriculture in this splendid work gency driving? assures Kentucky of a high place ns Close to Being Twins. n poultry producing state in the wry Tho United States government is Two Utile girls, drcs-e- d alike, enscattered nbout promiscuously in this tered a store, when Hie man coming near future. country and in Europe. Hut we to wiill mi them Mild: "Are you utNew School's Snap Judgment. u A ouiiiIiit of jeurs ago when ti teem to be getting on just as well as ile girl twins?" 'Well, pretty near," uM one of them; "there' only a lending million of piqur iiski-if we were governed!. pound difference." country and England to inline the this It is to be hoped that the peace best poem In Hie English language, Puffing People Up. conference will have some consideraJlitncs Wliltcumli lllley chose Liuiisfel-lSome men seem to lie nn fully nfrnld "The Bridge." lie found In It tion for the men who publish atlases, a perfect and will come to a speedy decision on to tell the neighbor down .the road Hint every element necessary he has the best piece of corn In town. HH'iu. Most of he other writers suld the subject of boundaries. If so get in the Victory Loan Conjust around the corner. test. German helmets will be offerprizes on the following basis: A new weekly magazine published ed as 1. Paint Lick District one helentirely to in New York is devoted selling the Russian problems. There are pro- met to the individual bonds. blems enough in Russia at present to largest amount of Bryantsville District One hel'J. keep any number of magizines busy met to the individual selling the largconsidering them. est amount of bonds. One helmet Buckeye District 3. If you ask n tall and slight woman her opinion of the spring styles, she to the individual selling the largest will inform you that they are grace- amount of bonds. 4. Lancnster District One helBut we prefer to ful and becoming. selling largest draw n veil over what the stout wom- met to the person an would say if you asked her the amount of bunds. fi. I'rize nt large One helmet to same question. the person securing the greatest numThe Rainbow division is to be ac- ber of Bond subscribers. companied on their trip from Ger- Congress drew a long breath when But it did the armistice was signed. not realize that the tariff and currency questions were waiting for it Do You Want A German Helmet? Keep it Burning! Only Four Miles Per Hour. In Kr.i .Vew York iiiitomolillc nw jllowed automobiles to tniel not mora than four miles uu hour smund stmt corners. The Critics. Critic are too apt to turret that rules are but iinans to an mil; consequently where the ends are different the rules must be likewise so. Coleridge. No Drawbsck. The best story in credited to Sir Anton VYMi, president of the llrltlh Kim ill ill uilelol. ititu ,rtiu ii tioliil.'litfi "I u wider wlmt he'll do now?" siild one. "Whin's, tin- - matter with Mm?" his rennm." replied "lie's lo 'nil, Unit won't mutter, o long ns he retains his tolce!" wan the Furnished The Black Sheep. who n jear ago kcniidnllzeil her weeping family hy laughing lllolld at her ltcr's wethllltg, Itsgllstisl the Ichltlws iil'iiIii lllls week by subbing throiiuli ti. shier'N dlMiree hearing utterly nlilhloiis tn the smiles of her iimd mother nii.l sisters Iiiiiiis Cltj Slur. A Kansas City irlrl Modest Request. An English liuly wns ttsltlng a run-lIn prison, nml ns sin- - wax about to leme she iiskisl him If there was mi) thing she could do for him outside, "There Is, liuly," snld the comlct. "I'd appreciate It wry much If joti'd call Insteta Th. i 3 n i ' n Amr ,g the iiutiii'il i"irio-ltle- s of Ja-- I hi n are hinging insects Tin. inot prised of these Is it hl.u k I tlo mimed "susuiniisld,' whli h melius "Insect bell." The sound Hint II emits resem- Thoughtful Printer. Th" bishop remarked Unit somebody Imd n blank, expressionless fuco and the thoiiiihtfid printer rendered It ciprcssloLless face." A Shooting Fish. shooting llsh In the East Indies Iiiih ii hollow olliidrlnil beuk. When It -- its a lly on plants that grow In drop shiillow streams It ejects it nf water, which Luniks the lly Into the tide. A on the uiaor und itsk him to extend nn- - the freedom of the city," Boston Transcript. Gambling Spirit Strong. Mnzarln's passion for gambling was so strong, even when death was near, that he played cards to the ery end, when he was so weak (hut they hud tu meld for him, mid Charles II, tho "Merry Monarch." spent his Inn Sun-lu- y on en rlli playing at basset around ii large lulile with his great courtiers und other dissolute persons ami with h hunk of at least f'.'.Un) heforo hliu. bles that of a little (.liver bell. Stow Could Kef i "Uu lernniy wmriei' wrote lack In t.iy last letter to toigct tnat I had told him 1 illdu I menu In renin, my decision not to ilnuige my mind, and he seems to liave misunderstood me." Ufe. llo-to- 1 should put up a little house 8 x 12 inches with a door the size of a quarter, und display a sign "FOR WRENT", do you think you would find tenants In it some fine morning? If jou him u i so, jiiii know. Hut how those Mime men do like to lie puffed up that way I I hurt them a mile. oh. no! Ilouts all what u difference It doe milk" which way tho puffing up Is going. Exchange. I'utT I there could not lie iitiy "best umj liefllncd to make a selection. The new school of Homeless und rh)lliiules verse writers haw ruled Ijiligfcllow and Tciinjsiui out u "iirllllclal" uad second rule. Excliaue. appeared n One Sunday luorulng Tut noticeable pulille wltn a wry bl.ul: eye. "Hello I" suld a friend. "I sec you got the worst of the argument lust night. "Oh," said I'm, " doti'l know mi murli nbout I hut ! I've got Murphy's wages In my pocket 1" Compensation. lir Wyoming Ltd All States. Women acted as Jurors In America The Judge was listening tn testl-luoi- almost half a century ago. The first grand Jury which Included meuihers In a case und Venturis! to Interject u remark. "Do you claim that of the "weaker" mv uthb IiiioiiiuIiHi at Laramie, Wyo., 48 years ugu. Tho this iiiiiii hit you with malice aforethought!" he nsked. The complainant territory or Wyoming was organized eyed him suspiciously for u moment In lNIlK nut of Hurt nr Dnknln in.h mid then replied: "Volt can't mix ma and Idaho, and one nf th. first official up us easy as that. Judge, I said he arts of the new territorial government hit me with a flivver, and I stick to It," was to grunt women the right to vote sad hold office. The Argonaut. Ht Stuck to It.