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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 24, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919042401_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 24, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. Great Day For Garrard County 8 PAGES SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 24. 1919. NUMBER 4. EASTER Everything In Readiness For Soldiers Welcome. AEROPLANE TO REACH HERE AT ELEVEN CAMP KNOX. O'CLOCK FROM SERVICES TROPHIES OF WAR. ABERDEEN-ANGU- S SALE Beautifully Commemo- Most Of Garrard's Poprated At Christian ulace Viewed Thrills Attracting Interest over Whole Country. Church Sunday Of War Last SunMorning. Bradshaw The i day. Aberdeen-Angu- Ryan Commander? Are Honor Guetts WELCOME ADDRESS KER. One of the most beautiful Knstcr services over licM at the Christian church una commemorated there last Sunday, one special feature of the occasion, and one that added solemnity to the event, was the presence of I!ynn Commander)', who were guests for the day of three of our local Knights, Messrs J. It. Haselden, Henley V. Ilastln and J. W. Sweeney. There were nbout sixty Knights present and promptly at 10:4.' A. M. they assembled nt the rooms of the Masonic Lodge and marched In order to the church. The center aisle of the church had heen reserved for this L. L. WALBY COMnugu.U body and when all had been seateil it wns soon seen that the OPEN-church wns filled to its capacity, many standing in the rotunda of the building. Special music, appropriate to the occasion was delightfully rendered by the church choir, which showed well Evury Ginrard County soldier who lias li'tunieil from training under the management of will oversells or from any of thu camps, both soldiers anil sailors Mr. Mnv llllirlio. Vnlnnil iltlrimr receive a hearty welcome unci handshake Thursday and dnririK which time the regular church (Danville Advocate) Red ces were carried out. the day will he entertained by the local chapter of the It has been tne cutom of the Rev. J. It. Moorman delivered a Cross, who will jrivo them an old fashioned Kentucky country Knights of Rynn Comnuindery to rcholarly address, taking ns his sub- dinner. worship in a body on Knstcr Sunday. Nothing but the weather can prevent the arrival of the Heretofore the services have been in iject. "The Immortality Of The Soul". It was eloquent and showed depth of Aeroplane which has been arranged for, through the author!- - one of the Danville churches, but this thought, lrentinir the .uhtert from .. . ... . ... ()..! I... Imtti nt Lull sv e am Lexington, same 10 arrive ear upon the invitation 01 l.minent e ucvy poms. namely. History . J"1"1 iinsowrn. t,nm- here nromntl.v at eleven o'clock. The landing field has been manner 01 itynn v omiminuery i.nn innosopny, Literature, science nntt located on the Stanford road on the farm of Mr. A. P.. Itrown. that of his pator, th Kas'er observ- Jesus Christ, showing the iew point alongside the road. Markers have been placed in the field, a ance was In Id in the Firt Christian taken by each on this wonderful theme, large white canvas, shaped like the letter "T" has been spread. Church of Ijincaster. Members of Immediately after the services the . ... acre tract and the four corners of the the Order were generou m tendering n."in ut iomi VjUiiiiiiiimiiT) iimri.i, In the center of the thirty nnd Itfty! the use of their macm-ie- i BRASS BAND OF FIFTEEN PIECES, UNITED DIRECT FROM CLEVELAND. ARMY STATES TANK WILL ARRIVE JUDGE RYAN VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN ING FOR GARRARD COUNTY. MANDERY Appreciate Hospitality Shown Them Last Sunday. field are likewise marked by large white Hags. The machine will land here and replenish with gasoline sinil the llight over the city will be at eleven o'clock. The machine will remain in the air over the town for an hour or more mid will then return to the landing field, from which place it will fly to Stanford, giving the people of that city a chance to see it wonderful maneuvers. The United States Army Tank is hilled to appear here at 10:1)0 o'clock, coming by way of the Lexington pike from instead of by railroad from Richmond as stated in our last issue. This tank has a crew of eight men and all will remain in Uncnstcr until 7:110 o'clock Friday morning, when they proceed to Stanford for a similar exhibition. Arrangements have also been completed for a brass band of 15 pieces which will be on hand before the starting of the parade. This fine band was secured through the Cleveland headquarters of the Victory Liberty Loan and will add greatly to this patriotic meeting which will mark the opening of the Victory Liberty Loan in Oarrard County. After "the parade of the two hundred Oarrard County boys who are expected here on Thursday, the soldiers with the tank crew will demonstrate to the people what can and has been accomplished with this slaughtering machine. They have asked for a piece of rough ground on which to hold this exhibition and it was unanimously agreed that Lexington .street was the roughest place in the county, so the demonstration will take place on that street. Everybody in the county is expected but only the soldier boys in uniform will be admitted to the dinner served and by the Red Cross. All cars will be parked oil" of the public square and ropes will be run across the streets approaching the square, at n point just above the first alley. Additional police have been secured and will see that every provision for the safety of the public will be looked after. Persons driving horses are asked that they be well tied, for country horses as a rule are frightened at Aeroplanes, especially when Hying low. This day will be a day long to be remembered in Lancaster and it is hoped and believed that the people of the conn-t- y and the counties surrounding it, will take advantage of it and lo see something they may never see again. Nich-olasvill- e, do-nat- Red Cross News. The largest ship that the Red Cross iun secure will sail from America, between May Kith and June 1st. tilled Liked Things Tidy. The father of his country was an intinrely practical man; but he did like to have things at Mt. Vernon look tidy. Once In writing.to one of his munugers concerning his farm, he snid: "I shall begrudge no reasonable expense that will contribute to the improvement und neatness of my furms, for nothing pleases me better than to e them in good order, and everything trim, handsome und thriving about them; nor nothing hurts me more than to find them otherwise", from bottom to top with children'ii clothes for refugee relief. Our local chapter Is making 1000 children petticoats for this wonderful cargo. They must be linUhed by May lfith. Have YOU made as many garments as you possibly enn? The thousand will not be finished in time unless YOU DO YOUR part. Sewing room Cat! and get open all day Friday. tome of these petticoats to make. Saturday April 20th, has been set On th LOSTl in Lancasaside for teachers day at Red Cross. ter, April 2 Ul, $40.00 in paper non-aIn town and county is Every teacher Reward if returned to expected to come and spend the day Mannte Beaslejr. nnd do their bit. Strts SG head. who came in to witness the spectacle. $1023.00 on The first day of F. J. Roberts, disThe train was brought here under at persion sale of Aberdeen-Angu- s the direction of the district Liberty Iowa, featured the sale of Lean committee at Cleveland, Ohio, Atlantic, Epistos, grand champion Angus bull to give the people n mure adequate 191C International, to L. Ii. picture of the machines that Ameri- at the Canum, of Aledo, 111., for 1G,200, can troops faced for the ideals of highest price ever paid for an Antheir nation. All the pieces which the In this country, and equaling or here gus were displayed were brought 2,800 directly from the battle fields of beating the Scotch record of guineas, depending on how the exFrance and many had been partially change rate is figured. destroyed by the ever increasing acEpistos was bred by C. D. and E. F. curacy of the American Artillery. Caldwell, Burlington Junction, Mo., The train wns escorted by a detail was dropped in 1U1G. He was of seamen and veteran oversea sol and a junior yearling at the diers. Speakers of national renown shown as he was the train to address the 19in International, where made grand champion bull of the 'visitors and returned soliliers were breed. He is an Enthantress Trojan-Eric- a, to relate their experiences sired by Undulata Black Ito "over there", but it was not known 2d. After the shew he topped the I unt " 1!!l minute inut me train Angus sale. was iuo laic International Wui.i stop ncre wnen Envion the Enchantress Trojan- to arrange for the complete program. t Mnvinir tiiftitni tilma tnlnfi limlpr tht Erica bull that is the sire of most of ; , the calve in the Bradshaw sale is a full brother in blood to Epistos. En cnrrieii uy expert operators out I""1' of vion was bred by E. D. and E. F. f ta wt're "ot sl,0VNn Caldwell, Burlington Junction, Mo. advertising. cow A I rench 7.. m. m. f lent piece Envion dam was out of the same ...n,..! .i... wol,,l..r (iun of Mvsterv". as Epistos. There is no breed of beef cattle , that tlle mh of November was PIU..U,. knights left the .M'l.onic Hall "ring 20 shots a minute into the out i that has such .ia record . all over n the a delightful dinner had be,., i . ii . . i uuriu us lilt: siuer.iet'.isiiirus. nert? , ii'.iiniiiK uui iie!i!uui' Hi i'i.io prepared by the "Circle Girls' of the I cr ui'li'i81'9 OI ,lelz was unpiayeu is they have done at the Inter- ing city in ample time for the mornand explained by William E. Cronin Chrittian church. ing service. The line was formed at " , Mr. Henley V. Bnstin seemed ut who was returned to America for that est live . . snow in tne worm; sinsiock the Masonic Building and was in This type of artillery turn- home as Master of Ceremonies, nt the purpose. gle steer awards at 17 shows, eleven charge of Sir Hugh Moore, Captain . . thf ' wnuc snort toasts were maue ...I tbn , ti.tn f. """ In fnvnr u nf ...... I grand Chnmnionshins hnve been won V The church was appropri- winquct, General. LrrtUL crisis (ii Lilt? wur. by Messrs John Yeager, John Nichols. 4!P in by the Aberdeen-AnguCar load ately decorated witli Mowers, an ex- j II. (!. Sandifer nnd others. At the It is said to be the one perfect gun in Aberdeen-Angu- s have won 13 Grand cellent musical program was renderthe entire world, and was used exclose of the dinner and the few short Championships; Shorthorns, once; ed by a well trained choir anil nn intensively by the American Forces. lots of fat cattle, out of 17 shows teresting and scholarly sermon was j talks, they dispersed and nil went to A "Big Bertha" used by the Gerview the Trophy Train, which nlo Hereford?, 3 times. In the carcass, delivered by Sir (Rev) James Roy I ndded much pleasure and instruction mans nt Chateau Thierry and nerUl and that is the final test, Aberdeen-Angu- s Moorman, a member of the Combombs which were dropped on Amerthe happy day. have won Grand ChampionAt the conclusion of the Ito mander)'. It has always been the custom of ican hospitals were shown together ships 10 times out of 17. Oth? service, the Knight marched to the the Ryun Commandery to worship in with pieces of light artillery and breeds scarcely got to first base. The Masonic Building where nn elegant a body on ever Easter Sunday anil rifles. Barbed wire that had been public is earnestly asked to attend dinner was served by the Circle Clirls' heretofore it has always been in one fought over for many days in front this sale and bring your neighbors of the Christian church. of the churches of Danville, but ut of Veidun and hand grenai'es nnd gas and see these market toppers sell. masks ana nrimeis were a pan ot ine the renuest nf Fmmlnent catalog. of the Commandery. acted as toast-"- t n"o ! "hibition. with all the types of (,er- - Write for a ra s ' " " machine guns that peasant men Commnmlcr Sweeney ! the . .t!n "' were made. a womeI of HeWum were chained eraciouslv in " Trophy Train bearing ., wonderful Lent en In to. The train was snid to have been collection of implements of warfare. the' t" mml complete collection of Ger r the und touring the country in the inter-"- j '"'''L of The quota of $198,050.00 which and community were happy to have man c.iuinment in the United States. est of the coming Victory Loan, the ' Judge T. H. Galloway of Columbus has been apportioned to Garrard them ns our honored guests. I.an-- i Knights returned to Danville. Ohio, the principal speaker, declared county should be raised in one day raster has long been noted for her to a representative of the Record he nnd will be done if the peoph will rehospitality but the Knights feel that , was very sorry he was unable to de- main ut home for the day or at least in this particular instance all previous Tlu, drivc ,,.iy for thu victory L(b. liver his message to the people of leave word where thsy can be found. eirorts in the matter of courtesy and crty Lo!m w, u, mlu,c KrMjy Al,ri, Uincastcr. The Judge was thirteen Don't think for a moment that you entertainment have been exceeded. whnl teams will lie assigned to months with the Y. M. C. A. forces in wont be called upon, that is if you The Recorder was directed to take (htf v.,ri(ius rouU, thc France and his speech of practical haven't already sent your voluntary throulthout this means of expressing the grnti- - t.ounty. ,t ia ho0 Hml nsU.(, ,hat patriotism has caused much favorable subscription. to every one, cvt.ry bu,ini., ,10lm, in ,ht, cily tudeof ,, comment throughout the northern Don't be afraid of an over-sub- . ... ... ... ...ivi .ii.-..county will close for this day that the States. Don t stand back and let scription. . who had a part in making this occas-- 1 mloln mil,. . Wilbur D. Baccn, n first sergeant of ull othcr fcnows take them ...... artillery, who saw i4 days of lighting ,hetl,e Kanu. nmi be a man, all, Get ion so pleasant and enjoyable. ,.,,,,.. .inil (:..rI...ril rim,ltv in record of "over Hie top". in I rnnce outlined the me..snge he is bringing to the American people from the boys who arc still "over there". Mr. T. B. Simmons, one of the best "If thc American people" he said, Thomas Cooper, dean of the Col - "had n perfect understanding of the photographers in Danville will be at lege of Agriculture, was called to conditions under which the American the Record olfice today, (Thursday) Washington last week to confer witli soldier fought and lived in France, and wishes us to announce that anySecretary Houston of the Depart- - the government would not need a fine one desiring photo's may call him being ment of Agriculture. is community The entire The confer organisation to raise any amount of here. He will go to your home for meeting that ence, it Is understood, was to discuss money to correctly finish the Job. sittings. Mr. Simmons will be heie aroused by the splendid has been in progress at the .Methodist t,u matter of farm management. The people of Lancaster and the peo- only for the day. jchurch for the past ten days. The agricultural economics nnd a new ple of thii county, who lire the govsermons of Rev. I.. H. llrnlgers lire P0!,t of production studies under the ernment, sent us to France to protect elevating, instructive nnd much in - j bureau of which Dr. H. C. Taylor is with our strength and lives the ideals rpirntion is being accorded the public the head. Messrs Smlllie Hill and Willie P. that you people hold dear. We form and those who have been fortunate to ed n bulwark with our bodies uguinst Long have leased the sale burns of hear him. His singing is a delight. B. Burton and will open st once the enemy and he is crushed. Our ful asset to the meetings and is thor They are work is finished und we nrc coming a livery nnd auto service. in home to find that those we fought for preparing to purchase some new nnd The farmers near Fredonla oughly enjoyed by the public, that ' Caldwell County have lately held u practically fills the auditorium of the supported us to the very end with elegant 'outfits end bo prepared t ' community their treasure, or that after the dan- cerve thu traveling public at any wonderfully successful rchool building every evening. ng The me-tlwill continue through- - snle. Fifteen farmers furnished ger was over, you failed. By your time. longer, 'animals for the sale which was udver actions on the 21 th of this month will out the week nnd perhaps These are two i f our best und most ehould the occasion demand it. tised quite extensively. One hundred your sons nnd your neighbor's sons progressive young men and wo preMr, Bridgers is preichirg u t way head of registered hogs passed under know you". dict that their new venture will be a head of to make thu people th'nk and realize the hummer, seventy-liv- e The train arrived here after u tour success. They are ulo prciared to to Hereford, Shorthorns; nnd Jerseys of cities through Ohio und Pennsyl- take caro cf all hitch norsvs, either tho importance of true loyalty changed hands mid fifty mules and vania where great throngs each day day or night. ."isus C'hrjst and his church. There will bo no services Thursday horses found new owners during the assembled to view the trophies and Give them a call they deserve our morning on account of the I'atriitic day. A tremendous crowd was in hear the speakers. It left Lancaster patronage. was so at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon for Exercises in the intercut of the Vic- attendance and everybody tory Liberty Loan. As Christians pleased with the whole atfair and the Stunford where it will be exhibited. Our philosopher says: Let the biy tney .ire all glad to welcome our sol- prices secured that plant are now on that's been overseas brcudeu an' CORN' FOR SALE: T. Y. Hudson, make better the farmln in his dier boys and back up this Fifth Lib. foot for a Community Sale and Stock Murcellut. Ky. Sltow next autumn. erty Loan. cattle sale which is billed for May lfith, is (renter knowledge of the horrors Kentucky ntti (.cling notice throughout and Messrs1 Bradsruw tcl' that Yankee troops were forced to us th?y an; receiving letters every face In France was brought to the osklnij tcr catalogues. last Sunday when day people of An nna'ysls of this herd fro:n an American trophies of battle were discollective standpoint played on n train that nrrived here Individual ami reveals that it is a great consignment, early In the morning. quality Is seen at its Almost every device used by the where mem nnJ b'ood of the most fashionGirmnns to halt the Yankee advance best, where is to be found in the was shown and crowds of Lancaster able characVr sale in A state record pedigrees. people were augmented by hundred" Iowa of this character, averaged of visitors from the rural districts AT 10:30. rly i"i''i' ,. it ht .i ." ' vZ l V" $198,050.00 Garrard Countys Quota Drive Day Friday. ,., ,,. ,, MUCH INTEREST Shown In Protracted Meeting. Cooper Goes East. Photographer Here. New Qffeiy. Community Holds Sale. ' SERUM TO PREVENT CHOLERA Case Cited ef Sow In Tcnneitet Which Survived After All Other Members f Herd Died. (FTrpared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) years ago a farmer In Maury Two The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 24 1919. The rcnl enure of either dental caries, or phorrhen has never been found.-bu- t it may be assumed that any irritant of any nature which impairs the Integrity and continuity of the gum margin may cause pyorrhea. The dawn of dentistry in this country ns a science nnd nn art began with the Knther of our Country as the first man of prominence who had artificial teeth. Thenceforth thoughtful people have recognized the value of dentistry and have availed themselves ol the opportunity offered by the dental profession. Superstition nnd ignorance were not the only obstacles that Impeded the progress of the onward march of dentistry in the last two decades, but fear of pain nnd dental neglect proved a handicap both to the patient and to the dentist. But with the present-da- y methods of local and general anesthetics, which have practically eliminated pain, there should be no nnxiet) nbout the teeth on the part of any one. I)K. W. A. WHEEI.EK. (adv) Lancaster, Ky, THE TOOTH BRUSH Invaluable To Health. It is sometimes difficult to the cause nnd effect of many of the diseases from which people suffer. Some of the troubles probably ha.l their origin centuries ngo, anil conditions as we find them today arc the result of some biological or socialoc!-ca- l change which started at some great crisis in the life of man. Some radical change in man's method of living, we nre told, caused the atrophy of a second intestine to what is now the appendix, and appendicitis is one of the penalties man has paid. Constipation is said to be one of the results of man's assuming nn upright position in walking. .The foreshortening of the human jaw is responsible for the trouble with the third molar. The lack of use of our Jaws made it unnecessary for them to be so strong, hence another penalty for our less strenuous life. The wild animals living in their natural state have no such trouble. Jinn at one time lived in the same way nnd was undoubtedly free from these maladies at that time. One great difference between our wild nnimals nnd ourselves is in the matter of diet. They live on n simple, natural, raw food, while c live for the most part on n complicated cooked food in combinations that are some times appalling. The greatest crisis in man's devel opment evidently came when he dis covered lire, nnd began to cook his food. Had he continued to live on the simple raw diet, he may never have had these dental disturbances; but perhaps he never would have nt tained the mental development enjoy, ed at the present time. It is impos sible to prove that this change from raw to cooked food is responsible for these troubles; but is it not reasonable that such n radical change in diet would force a multitude of digestive adjustments which would finally result in changed tissues and secre tions? The fact that wild animals brought into domestic relations with man, and fed upon a different diet. often develop dental caries, pyorrhea and other mouth diseases, seems to substantiate this theory. If it be true that the working of the law of compensation in the matter of food has deprived man of his ability to resist the diseases, then in order to regain that lost immunity man must return to a raw natural diet, or find just where his present diet is respon sible for his weakened resistance. Exercise is vital to some tissues, and perhaps the lack of it is somewhat responsible in this case. Soft cooked food does not demand the same grinding machine that hard, raw, fibrous food does, and so nature automatically reduces the machine to fit the food, and thus lowers the vitality of the tissues involved. It is obvious that man will not re turn to a raw diet, at least in time to render any benefit to many generations. We must content ourselves, for the present at least, with the treatment of symptoms, instead of initial causes. The results obtained by these treatments are sufficiently good to warrant their general use. Cleaning the teeth nnd other tissues of the mouth is simply the treatment of a symptom of the primary disease. Animals use no such methods, and yet are free from the very things we try to prevent by these means in our own mouths. It is therefore plain that artificially cleaning the mduth would be entirely unnecessary if the general system were properly functionating. Ifa man is to be free from trouble with his teeth he must do one of two hings. He must know it is necessary to either find the initial cause, and eradicate it, or care for the mouth in such a manner as will prevent or cure these troubles. But since we will not return to the primitive state of life, we must therefore make frequent use of the tooth brush. Adults as well as. children should be taught by their dentist HOW to 'use the tooth brush to prevent tooth troubles. Ask your den tist to demonstrate on his own teeth how this should be done. The brush should be placed around each tooth and rotated. The bristles should be placed between the teeth, crowded down on the gums and then worked up or down, as the case may be, from the gums to clean the interproximal spaces and the gingival margins. The brush should then be placed on the grinding surfaces of the teeth and moved backward and forward to clean the pits and fissures. The brush removes the film deposit from the teeth but not out of the mouth. Wash the bacteria out of the mouth rather than attempt to destroy them medicinally. The tooth brush is but a large collection of minute toothpicks and should be used as rucli, as purely a brush with which to remove particles from all surfaces of the human teeth, the bristles are a failure but as a toothpick they are each and every one of them a huge success. PAINT LICK Misf Emma Ilurchell is on the sick! list this week. Horn, to Dr. nnd .Mrs. II. U. Mont- -' I gomcry, on the 21st a girl. Mr. anil Mrs. O. C. Ituckcr of Waco! J visited relatives here Sunday, Miss Elizabeth Heazley spent week end with the home folks. "The Poorest Girl" By VICTOR REDCLIFFK county, Tennessee, lost all hi hog from cholera he didn't believe In vaco when the county cination then agent called on him In the fall of 1017 In Increasing hog proto Interest him duction. In (Diver to the call of the United State department of agriculture, little encouragement was reel Ived. However, the farmer wanted to do hit part, to he purchased a brood sow and to pleate the county agent, he Mid, had the animal vaccinated. He placed the sow In bli brother's herd 'taaaaaaai''' mt?' Preparing to Administer Serum Treatment to Prevent Hg Cholera. for breeding the follow Ins spring. While there the destructive tllsro.se cumo nnd every one of his brother's rugs died, hut the vaccinated sow and has since produced two lit' trrs of healthy pigs. WHY EGGS WERE NOT FOUND Commission Men Discover Farmers Wert Selling "Only Hens Which Wert Loafing an Job. (Prepared by the United Statu Depart ment of Agriculture.) When Missouri entered upon her vigorous poultry culling campaign she unawares deprived the commission men of a considerable source of profit, They had formed the habit of taking as "clean velvet" th eggs (usually from one to two dozen In each crate). laid en route from the country to the central market. This winter, when the manager of one of the poultry firms which buys the surplus from Missouri flocks noticed that his "boys" were not turning In the customary number of "frees" he at once suspected that someone connected with the plant was appropriating the eggs. He promptly started an Investigation which reached all the way from Chicago to Missouri before the guilty party was found. When the Investigators reached Missouri they soon found that the farm bureau of this and other Missouri counties had been carrying on an active poultry culling campaign and that the fanners nnd poultrymen were selling the buyers only the hens which neither had laid or which were now loafing on their Jobs. The manager of the Chicago hnue now knows why there Is such "slim picking" In his crates. FEEDING VALUE OF SOY BEAN Seed Contains From 30 to 46 Per Cent Protein and Compares Favorably With Other Feeds. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) n The feeding value of seed, which) contains from 30 to 40 per cent protein, Is very high and cotnpureK favorably with other concentrated feeds. The growing of seed will enable the farmer to produce at a moderate cost at least part of the concentrates necessary for stock feeding and milk production. When fed to sheep and hogs the beans ran be fed whole, but in general It la preferable to crack or grind them. Practical experience has shown that It Is necessary to mix the beans with corn or peas first nnd then grind together Into meal. Owing to the high content of protein, seed should always be fed In mixture with a less concentrated feed. TO KEEP BARNYARD SANITARY First Provide Drainage and Then Put In Filling of Oravel or Othtr Material. In building a barnyard, first provide for drainage and then put In a filling of gravel or cinders. Soft coal ashes from a fuctory are a good material, but cinders from a railway locomotive are better. Such a yard will seldom or never be muddy, and It can be kept clean and sanitary, USE VEGETABLES Plan AND FRUITS time Hint Marvin Hull saw Nitln I'enne lie wns on business bent. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Not thai Mnnln was n business man Forest Centers continues very ill. lis jet. lie bail Just graduated from college and had a long vacation abend 11. Y. I. U. of Mt. Tabor atThe before he decided what profession be tended church at Klrksville Sunday. would rbiNi-- e for the future. Ills father was the attorney for Geo. Wilton of Richmond is the lllhis Druse In the llojden will ense. pleasant guest of Jewel Wallace and The same Involved n fortune It ft by others. (irrcorr lloideu In such a comi'Ilcnled ' way that It was necessary to appeal to Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry I to the Inw for a coherent decision, on the 18th n'glrl. christened whether Kilns Druse, or Miss Ottilia I Emma June. Msrtdcn, a ssr nnd humble spinster, w us the hcneflrlnry. When company comes Marvin's fnther Rev. (lodby filled his regular apwns sure lie would win for his client. there is no time to pointment at Walnutta Sunday Miss Marsilen had nn money to hire waste no chances to and night. nn attorney nnd In her patient, rebe taken so mother Miss Stella McWhorter of signed way wns willing to abide by sees that there is alis the attractive guest of friends wbnt the courts decided. ways a can of 1'imr as she was. Miss Mnrden hnd I I and relatives here this week. Furnish Good Example, I found the linpul-- e In her ihnrltnlile R. W. Estridge and Mrs. O. L. lie n pattern In others, and then nil heart to adopt Notln Demie, orphan, will go well; fur ns n whole city Is ltummnck who nre nt the Danville nnd ulo a relative1 of llregnry Hoy-delPOWDER affected by the licentious passions nnd Hospital are both doing nicely. I They had to tit very elo-- e Hid vices of great men. mi Is It likewise! rnrefully thoe two, nnd both Imd to on hand. Cakes, pies, Misses Allie Russell Fish and Jew-- 1 by their reformed moderation. Join their efforts In the sewing line to douKhntits,muflins and el Wallace nnd George Wilson at- Cicero. earn -- mlldi nt to keep the wolf from all Kxl tluiiKS to cat tended the Hull game at Stanford on the .I.h r bo dressed up in must .Monday. The trli.lon that Mr. Hull sent Mar- Temperature and Scund. tiieir best taste and ' When the temperature Is IK! decrees, In n wn to leave a legMl nottee for Misses .Margaret and Clam Highlooks. Mi s Mars I. ii. The latter Imnred ti sound travels Lifrt feet a iotid nnd land of Covington, spent the weekbe iiw.iy frim home on the Then, too, her reputaone ndilltlonnl fisit n soivml for each end with their grand-motheMrs. 'bllt NV'll. brUM ejisl. ..H-H!- it Hlal degne of teiiirature. .M.irth.1 additional tion as a cook jnust Ely. with an approving senrn'iic the Electricity over n wire where there Is be upheld and she ' Impn slnii eje iii.i'le an l!lfrj miles a Mr. and .Mrs. K. C. McWhorter aim no resistance travels "stakes" it on Calumet She r tin rule. 1 dim Into linnti M.irMu , seond. family of Lexington visited rirrytitiie. SheAvwwit their gering i.li.-n- t the !iHht little home daughter, Mrs. L. T, Kirk from Friwill net disappoint her. b ur i for nn she Im'ms1 she would ' Stlngless Bee. day until Sunday. Order a can and have the Nil. i .it. in Mie did. '! An Indiana bee ktcHr has succeed"company" kind ol bakings With, t twi. no k' lime Mnnln bad Mrs. L T. Kirk took her little1 ed In breeding u race of stlngless bees. rirry clay. nt t home no less I Called They are n cros between (')prus daughter Edna Mae, to Richmond, CalumcUrontains only such n linn s ' than ingredients as have been drones and Italian qmsns. Ther bees .Monday to have her ears e xnmincd "I shiill nevir her .iil." Mar-- I gather more and finer honey than their she huving suffered with them since approved officially by the vm fm.t.lly diliired to hlm-el- f. "I'd II. S.Food Authorities. armed cousins ami ulvi reslt disease having the measles in March. mnrrv her tomorrow If she'd Imve me , tetter. Ttasa.tt vita ysa bay il. antf If the folk. Costigan of Louisville, whoi J. S. Tas sate vie ysa oa It, I 'llnre Mnnln hulled, and quite de-- 1 wns discharged from the navy a short' Luncheon on City's Products. prensl'y In bis self communing. Ills time ago, having been stationed in I A mmle-ln-NeOrleans luncheon I it t fntlor imd lootlii-- hnd high wns given In that city recently, nt South America since December, visviews, n lie wn will nwnre. Mr. Hull which every dish, from soup to nuts, ited his sister, Mrs. Fred Hall and wns quite wealth), nnd, Marvin wns I nns made entirely of New Orleans family last week. any attention I Our philosophir says: Well kept nsiirrd, would look products. The object wns to prove to muld as nlnio.t a The Home School Hoard has nc- -, fenc.es and' clean fence rows'!! r!o a to n porllotitet housewives thnt they need buy no othcepted Prof. Long for principal of , lot toward givin' a man credit at the crime. Marvin therefore einplovedtill-ll-n er than homemade groceries and good deal ef e1r lllllltK-lllloIII bis our school. Miss Hester Patrick as bank. wooing. He renrhed the object of listant, and Miss Ida Galley as 7th his devotion by a detour mute, so Artificial Marble. and 8th grade teacher. Prof. Long thnt no one would learn of his visits Quaint Custom. Artificial mnrble Ily a curious old law dating back to is well known here where he was as- Is made by soaking for fancy nrtlcles to Nrtta. . plaster of psrls One day Marvin met on the street sistant under Prof. Lutes. Miss Pat17751 all the grapes left on the vines afIn n solution of alum, baking ter the harvest nt Ilezlers, France, go rick has been assistant for the past oven, and then grinding It to a It In an Mndge Wnrren. At college her pros-eeilv- e powder. fiancee had Petri Marvin's to the poor. If a police officer decided two years, which goes without saying In using, mix It with water, nnd to pro- closest chum. Marvin bad all kinds to enforce the law rigidly the owner she is a good teacher. Miss Oailey is duce the clouds nnd In any of delightful things to say about Jack veins of the vineyard could at once be haled well recommended as she was at one dry "color desired; It will stir become very I'arlow nnd Madge wns only too glnd Into court should he attempt to pick time principal of the High Schools at hard, and Is to benr It nil. While they were consusci ptlble of a high the culls. Newport, Ky. versing In nn animated, friendly way. Mr. Hull pasted on the other side of the street. The latter lifted his bend n trifle higher, n stsiwl enme to his stern, severe fnce. ( 111 ".Vow catch It!" ruinliiatisl ' Marvin ns he left Madge, ntol he wns ' right. W hen be reached his father's office Mr Hull rlii-.- il the door and regarded .Marvin with acute dl'ptens-ure. "I saw j mi with John Warren's daughter," he sile aggressively. "Why. js," Marvin, "we don't oftui meet mid I wanted to give her a from Jack Inrlow." ' "Will, don't let It r again. You know- - I lint Warn il and tujself bavo not til,eii for jenrs, nnd tn dislike extends to every member of his fntn- I i,.ill illseoiiriige nny uttentlons II) In that direction. I'mlrr-tumet" "I think I do." replied Marvin, and then a brilliant Idea iiinie Into his mind. lie mnmu'ed to meet Mmlgi unite frequently fur n week rfter that He even encouraged the gossip among his friends Imidjlng that be and Mndgo were Minn thloii more limn friends. It BSaalBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBaBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBaBlBH to another olhco lecture. The watihful. wary attorney-fnllie- r bud hennl of the pun lino of n ring, boxes of eiindy mid (lowers by Marvin, They hnd gone to .Vi lla lieiine, but Mr. Hull dlil not know Hint. , "Marvin." he spoke with unmiinl firmness and derision, "If I learn of jour having iiu.vthlng further to ib with the daughter of thnt Wnrren, whom I look ii,n us a deadly , I shiill s,.in eneiii-j ou nwny for n jenr to mine. Why, I would rather see you married to the poorest girl In llromley t linn to any member of that brood J" The poorest girl III llromley I Marvin rhuikled as be rcpcntid the remark. The Ksiret girl In llromley aalalalaFaalaV VUl bbbbbV14bbbbV aaalaaaH why, Nettu Peane was that. Ah! what a fortuitous observation! What a means of solving his Intense problem of love! Two weeks went by. Marvin came Into the olllce. looklm; pate and worried, although his heart was overflowing with Joy, En "Knther." he said, boiling desperately Into the subject of the moment, "t have been In love for the two past months. Vuii said jou would rather I married the H.orest girl In the village than Madge Wnrren. I've done It. Nettu Iienne Ik my wife. She la Kir, mother will probably storm, inn may tferhnpa disown me, but we adore one the' 71 iCHf'tsit. ISIS), as Witrrs Mwtpsaw I'aloe.) 9 zl The llr- -t CALUMET IIKIN8 We have only a few BEMIS TOBACCO PLANTERS KL.tHaLtt'jBMR JaaLsssBaTaW "VwaVsj5BaVM BflLfftBLBBBaHBT'BSsr Wmi? t How to Utilizt All Perishable Products Don't Walt Until Ready for Use. left and CANNOT GET MORE. are going very fast. Come at once if you want one. They nnoinerr In blank nmiirenient Man In noted n most engaging, benignant smile come ncross the fuce of Ills father. The latter seized his hand nnd shook It fervi ntly, "Netla Pennel" ho spoke, "The poorest girl In town I Hudu't jou heard? The court this morning found for her aunt, Miss Marsden, and, a her heiress, Netta will he the richest flrl In Bromley 1" Now Is the time to plan how you will utilize the perishable producta, such, for Instance, as vegetables and fruits. If you wait till these products art ready for use to think about the way they are to be disposed of yon will Boat avel lost much of tit surplus. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 24, 1919. HEADQUARTERS FOR FURS, SATIN AND trlmr of mnirnlflcent pearls eauht In hy n diamond hroirli. The fiill letis'li Hsruro sketihed show DISK HARROWS Osborne, International, John .. SGFTFELT HATS Ermirs. "slcskh, White Fox and Kc!ins:.y to Be Vcrn Tris Sumniar. HEW EARLY SPRING COSTUME Material of Slats-CraCaihmers Cc of Sale; Trlrrmlna Bands of Coarte Black Filet Net Cm. broldered In Wool. Itcconlly, writes n Paris fashion cor-III rpiiuili'iil, I Mltiioiil an num-ui- g tie Mem In whlili a famous London beaut) plnjisl the hading role. Tin background was one of the big ilrp:irt llient stores on tin- - Itiilllcvilhl llllllss Iniinti, anil Hie heaiity was nmii' ntln-- r than IjiiI)' IHaua Milliners, daughter of the illlihess of lilltlallil. I llntleell a eoiislilerahle crowd of women am! girl at Ihe iiiitrlniiii.it hat department 'I his was nothing new, for iiomiiiI.i.vs every department "f ever his stoi In Paris Is crowdi-d- , Isit It struck me Hint I u t in ' I of scnrddiig fur heeinii In; hat shape fur themselves Hi eiier girls anil wuuieii with wntihlng siitnisiiie else milking a ilmlce. I untie my way to the scene of as Hon ami there standing before u lw. Iii2 sl!is. 1 fininil a mtj tall, thin Km: llsh clrl with wiiuih'ifiit golden ti i Marry Mile e.vcs ami hliishrose el t- SIh wns nitinilly making a restaurant 1 it hefure the cv.es of those aiiiii7.ul i .llisikcrs. With absolute unconcern he ptille-oa transparent hrltn liniile of Hn '. tulle ami thru mlileil a full irown of glittering enhl tl Thi n he push eil Into pt.iee a i luster of metallic lliilllTI fltlll II I.OIII XV llOW of Mill !i whet, gave the whole thing a lliril pull to make It til will down on In" li- lovely hair ami Indicated to the p less simp irtr I t It it t sin. wMiisl the leit made "like Hint." It was tin- - prettiest silit iii 'tin Imngl'ie. A really lieautlfnl gill dlpkiv Ins a wonderful cleverness In the iiminci all, mint of fragile materliils, n!" disregard fur i tit I i ly i:nglih the the crowd of onlooker. All for Picturesque Dressing. Lady lilnnii was as uiiiililrcsel All the illlihess of plettirosqiiclv. hilM- - luherlteit daughter ltlltlllll'l' their laiillier's jrcnttis where elntlies are It will lie reuicmticreil eoiierriii'il. that when the iluchess was l,tuly tJriin-lflu- - list a very exclnslw' clrile. In I'llilifl, wliii lllllist llielils..s "The Nmls," All the miahers of litis circle ami Mint III for pli tiiresiiue ilres-ln- c the illlihess of lilltlallil Is Mill fallliills fur her i lexer arruii;emiiits of hriHiiiles, hTc'ths nt rich fur nlnl priceless liu'es. IMana she was ilay 1 saw The a siuiii,. iinsit,.,v frock, iiiiule of navj I ilne iT:r. whkh luul a liar-rn- e hell of Miirlet patent leallier. Thrust Into I Ills helt were Inn Ions, Mlilie sih-iIurs ami a iiianulticent red rose. Her Mrap. which was thrown mri-less- ly lnieL on her shnlllilers, was muilc of lilack (mutt ile "i!f mnl fashlimiHl l.ke an Irish peasimt's clunk, wllh n Deere and Brown. Com Planters. Hoosier and International. John Deere and Brown Manley Riding Cultivators We have one of the most complete lines of Implements In Central Kentucky. Lookjat our Line. Our Prices are Right. one of Uedfern's new miidels for early spring wear. The ntnterlal n.n l.it" urny cashiuere ile sole nml Hie trlim nil-i- s eoiis.is nf hand. nlih' and narrow of mume hl.icl, lllet net ei.i liroldiTlsl In while wools, This Is one of Hedfcni's newest Ideis nml a very efTecMM' one; t'ie In my While wool emlirnldiTli s hink pliinlli I mi the rimme hlnck r"t ,,f irlnuuln.' ariiiiml mid It Is n wlil.li can he Inlriilili iil on nliiit al'V material. It hmks particularly Mi ll oil Mm k atln or on rnwnVwIns (due Ihllll. The lilltlllll' of the coat Is now! lilld heiiiliillis. Inn.--, reactl-InIt Is Well below the hint's. The Deal House. Then In front there Is n strnlsht plistroii wlili li seems to tie round the lent to their government. Squander Malt. As a mailer of fact, this phis, trmi Is part of the coat Itself and the Squandered it in tn ed it wantonly. Mhole tjlilns fusions lnslhl,v nt Hie Some thlncs count for n crcat ileal face of the jrrcnt need of the ccun left stile, Keilfem Is llowlliS n Snod more than other In our rchciue of try. Squandered it without n qualr many prlus coats of this leiiclh and life. Some things come hlsji, others of conscience. Possibly nil of us have been mor nre very nearly always chenp, and some nttnin no value ever. It is usu- - or less e xtrnvacent. Hnve sper nlly only when we discover n new de- money reckless'' here and there with, mand for an article that the price out thought of how much soo.l it might have done had we lent It to the jumps. Somewhere down nlons the Ohio covcrnment. Not realized, in fact, river i mi old man who used to opcr-nt- e the nation's needs. But it's time for us to wnke up. n kilf ferry. He Imd some queer m tions of thint; "Why Time to stop our wasting. mundane. Time to beuin to appreciate the do you reckon the Lord fills my hack-yar- d The things worth every year with dos fennel In- things that count. stead of itcrnniums?" he nsked one while. day Time to realize that every dollar And thcuch no one hnd n i;ood we hold hack from Uncle Sam right wold for the ikk' fennel his question now is jeopnruizing hir honor, his position in the world's esteem. That went unanswered. Today he probably would ask you every time we squander a dollar foolwhy the l.ord permitted a fellow to ishly we are tossing n rock into the j His road and ours. live nml squander his money in riot- road ahead. The thing that counts most right ous lif ins instend of investing; in Libnow is finishing this war job. erty Hond. Putting the Victory-Libert- y Loan There would be some ense to that over the top. question too. Tor this country is full of men who Helping Uncle Sam make good with have squandered far more money the men who fought. since the war hcnan than they have The men who made good for him. sj,. Oliver Double Disc Hajsw, Standard Disc Harrow, John Deere Disc Harrows, John Deere Corn Planter, Black Hawk Corn Planters, at special prices if taken at once. John Deere and Oliver Riding Cultivators $50. Walking Cultivators $15. Smoothing Harrows $12.50 and $22. Cultipackers CHEAP. 2 J. R. MOUNT & CO. O The Things That Count. mm HASELDEN BROS. ami Mm. Ilronddus ami Mm. BUCKEYE King of Lexington ami Miss Harris of Nieliolasville were intcrtnincd nt the Mm Krnncis Mile of l.uis illc. is home of Mr. ami Mrs. Iltonon Locnm! Mrs. A. C. Miles. Msiting Mr. ker Sumlay. A little boy arrived nt the homo of Mr. ami Mm. I. - Sander ami son, Mr. mid Mrs. Tom McQueen Apr. 'JO. llurnett, of Crali Orchard, Mm. MolMr. S. N. Morfunl nml daughtir. lie llroun ami Mrs. Alice Itay were Mis Christine, were in Nichulasvlllo quests at the home of Mr. nml Mm. Hiram Kay Saturday nml Sumlay, Friday. The W, M. S. met on Thursday Mr. Hugh Kurti and daughter, with Mil ilarhara (Iulley as leader. Mim Mnry Kurtz were in llarrodburg Mm. Walter (iron. Mm. Dave Long Sunday. 'mnl Mrs. Norn Tenter reail interestMr. unit Mm. D.in Doulin of ing paper. There were two new lliiumi' spent Knstrr with .Mr. Har- memliem. Klbert Calico will rison l!ay. I ieail the next meeting Mis llarliara (Iulley spent several dnv lant week with relative in Mail, COLDS INTERFERE ison county. M nml Mr. V. II. (iulley ami son, frank, visited relative in Madison County Sumlay. Mix Hazel ('alien entertaineil .'!. of lier little friemls at an Carter Hunt Dr. Kind's New Dltcovety relieves them and keep on Saturday afternoon. you. go In ft on the Job Misses Hallie l.ou Tenter ami Ktliel Hay spent several dnvs with .Mr. U Fifty'rontinuouj ynt of olmnrt U Sander lit Cr.il Orchard. ur.failinjrchrckincanu relieving coughs. Mr. Mollie liruwti of Ijincnstcr, , ecus anti unarcu suurrings is ma nml Mr. nml Mm, Ottn Kay llogie of Erou'l achlcrcmcQt of Dr. Kios's New .1 examine County, Jiave been guests Liranuparentl, utnrrs, mothers, tna of Mr. ami Mrr Llnsoy Kn.v I.iJdics alt have used and are uing It as the safest, surest, most pleasant-to-tak- c Mrs. Ilirmn Itay ami Mm. Nora remedy they know of. Tenter, Mies Sallie l.ou Teater nml Sold ly all druggists evcrywnertv Kthel Kay Merc guest of Mm. l.nth-e- r cr 1 Itnney of l.mirutcr, Veilneilay I Keep Bowels On Schedule' Mr. Hiram Kay nml Mrs. Norn Latc.'retardrd functioning throw Teater , nml Mm, li. V. Sumlrr anil ' the nhnle clay's duties outa of gear. t- . I . .1 l. lCTp IOC BlCOl slCiiHM.-l- , sue rtHv j "lis Sallie Tenttr visited Mm. - M lie llvl ly, inc iiuhmiii .lauuiii wins Crutehtielil in Nichnlasville the limt Kills. Mil J and Dr. King's New Life of the week, ionic in uctiun. Sold cvirywhcrc. Mr. 3Z U-le- n Early spring costume In slate-gracashmere de sole, with bands of the new white wool embroidery. they are hndns nuiih success. The skirt Is short and tlshl mnl the etiseinhle Is exceedingly chic and smart. The hat shown In this lira" Ins r n new model by Itehnux. 1 he brim Is lnnccr In front than at the hark nml the crown Is hlsh nml full. Style Popular In Paris. A loosely curled feather Is laid round one side, Mlth a fasclmitliis tip drooi-In- c owr the brim In tasel fashion. netk of the 1'lease note the rotlllil-ell- l coat. This I the style now most pipular In I'nrK for coats ns well as for dresses and blouses, Hcwrnl of our Icnilltic dressmaker are trjlns to make hls'h, tiKht collars popular for coats and dresses, hut the I'lirlsleunes are holding away from this Innovation, except In the mutter of wrap coat. All the same we shall certainly see something like a reihnl of hlsh dress Whether this collars this sprlnc. fashion will quickly become ceiierally popular remains to In. proved. I have lately uutli-cu rreat many ostrich feathers Introduced on veHet and felt hats. Some of these are of the loose uncurled order, but olhers are really hnndsou- - specimens of the feather tribe. I hae aln seen clu. lers of ostriih tips used as triiiiuilnss for hlsh Hnsslaii toipies. This Is u revival of un old and Wry popular fashion. Itlack snlln and soft felt hats will he "the correct thins" all through the spring and summer. The most fashionable milliner In Paris recently told me that soft felt hats will be very much worn tlij coming summer In conjunction will, the most fragile dresses mid rich "summer furs." This Indicates that we nre In for a picturesque summer senson, and that Is good news. Summer furs nre cer-lai- n tn be more worn than ever; such furs ns ermine, moleskin, white fox kolinsky the latter In the form mid of square collars for coatees made of pnle-liilis- l satins. Forty-Two Standard Colors. The Textile Color Card association annoiinccil the Issuance of a card of I'.' standard colors for the manufacture of fall rubrics, the majority making their A deiippenYanoe for the first time, parture was the Inclusion of ten colors III woof, Ihe association's efforts formerly IiiinIiis been devoted exclusively to the silk trade. Nut nml elk browns, nml trooper blue were said to he striking features nf the wool tones. Of the silk colors. It was stated, blues predominate, led by the Introduction of novelties niiiiipd I.imviiln. Ilriige nml Ohent, while peanut and pelt browns; emhr., "representing light and fire," and burnt orange were given special mention. has that Sweet, Rich, Nutty Flavor, common only to Pure, Clean, Sweet, Sound Garrard County Wheat, without Bleach or Blend. The Federal Government has spent thousands to prove Bleached and Blended Flour was to some extent unwholesome. The GLEN LILY way is ac- s ceptcd by all authority on wholesomeneas. It costs no more than the best why not use it? Lily COMPANY 3C .r. GARRARD MILLING i ur St. Luul ii cue Foolish Hope. "Sometimes," said Uncle Eben, "you'll find u man dat tries to refer to de Ilible same ns he does ile law books In de hope of ncusln' hlsself foil dolu' suiupln' be known ain't right." Quoting Omar. A lawyer noted for his flowery ora- 'mm business Catacombs of St, Louts. bus catacombs Uke those of Paris. The mining of clay for brick iiiul other products has left many eliniiibi'm and tunnels beneath the outl.vlns districts, ns the inarr,lng of stone for building materials long ago Kuropcim certain has undermined cities. Big Gold Coins. The largest gold coin In circulation Is sinteil lo lie the sold "loof" of An num, the Freiuli colony In eastern' Asia. It Is iMlat, round piece worth The next sire to this unwieldy coin Is the Japanese "olmng." which weighs more tliuu two ounces nud li half, about equal to $o0. tory was speaking fur the defense, and wishing to emphasize the tender relations that had existed between his client und the I'liiiiplalmuit, lie In the middle of nil impjs-sloue- d speech: "What does Omar say on ibis subject? 'A dug and u bone nml n hank of hair, ami thou beside me singing In the m llderr.es,'" Huston Transcript. IT": 3 II ICZZ3C 31 IE FORDSON TBACTQS 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. Quaint toque in "flamingo" red silk crochet, embroidered in blue and black. plain rouiiil )oko lnm which the rest of the cloak miis gathered. The mantle was lined wllh hlshop's purple crepo tie chine mnl topped with a suppla collar of kolliKky, The cloak was tied round Lady Ihina'n really lowly throat rlhhous and when with wide, lilack the moment came for tnklns off the recently "creuted" hat imd pultlns on one she had worn on cutcrliiK the es. tuhlshiiieut I found that the latter took the form of a tUhennan'ti cap, iiiiule of scarlet silk tricot, with quaint hlack and blue embroideries round the peaked crown. I have sketched this highly original cap fur the benefit of fashion's readers. They will see that It Is charmingly becoming and youthful. Cap Wall Drawn an Hsad. In some mysterious way the peaked crown was Invisibly supported, but Hid cap was ao well drawn on tha head that It did not need any hatpins. Tfle duchesa of Itutland was an arousepisode. ed spectator ot the She also wore a black cloak, and a black charmeuse dress with a single THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR' The Danville Buick Go L. B. Walnut St. 31 71 CONN, Proprietor. Phone 798. Danville, Ky li li it li ir Rati Straw and Draadan 811k. Large hats will as usual ba to tha fore for dressy wear, tn small lints, ona style has a red Java straw brim with the crown In the same shade of drrsden pattern. The trimsilk In Matrons' ming I a feather mount. hata are In moat rasas small and high this year. One see some delightful ly stylish models In black Users with hlgh'tulte and otprey trimming. Wing effects are also seen on ruaay of the hata for elderly women. in every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. Built for service and, comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby" Grand Roadster $1045.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1045.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Keitucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 24 1919. Iiiu1 Wk!r. .1. The Central Record 'Gives More Man Power. LOCAL DRUGGIST $1.50 Yr, The farmer, who needs extra man AWARDED AGENCY Payable In Ad?ance. his farm, will be glad to I power on learn that some new multiple hitches E. ROBINSON, Editor. for horse arc now available. Tnis It. L .ELKl.V, Local Editor nm! Mgr. 'will Interest the farmer who Is won derinc whether his form is large Entered nt the Tost Office in Lan- jenouch for the use of the tractor, Mail caster, Ky., ns Scconl-ClnsThese multiple hitches avoid the Matter. 'side draft ond the crowding on " r: short turn which make the ilnvinc of .. Member Kentucky Tress Association four lionei abreast objectionable nn'J ' s R. E. McRoberts Secures Sale Rights For If there were but one Edison instruproperty of the nation, enclosed within granite walls and guarded as one of its most priceless possessions. People would cross continents for the privilege of hearing its marvelous rendition of artists' voices or instrumental performances. Out because the resources of modern science permit its production in quantity and its sale at a reasonable price, you take it for granted. At a matter of fact it would be the Trutonu in ment in all the world: Eighth District Publishers League. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. .15.00 .10 . For Calls, per line .10 . For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of Individual views, per 10 line .05 Obituaries, per line Lancaster, Ky., April 24, 1919 RAILROADS AND BANKRUPTCY. The railroads are broke. Their debts grow like rolling snow balls. Ever since they got out of the hands of private owners they have been as profitable as a soda fountain at the North Pole. The private owners were not A Kentucky Girl. angels. Their motive was not philanthopy. Their inspiring purpose was to make money for themselves all they could. But if they did not give some kind of service in exchange for it they could not make any. They could not fall back upon taxation. The government and perhaps feels that it can, but I was homesick, sad the Y.lonely, Beating duty nt since filling their income tax 1 gazed out through the window. declarations the people begin As a crowd of girls went by, to think that there must be And my heart was qulcky captured. By a straying curl, some limit to taxation. it nestled on The answer seems to be a AsOf a beautiful the forehead. girl. special session of congress to deal with the problem. With- 1 have stood and gazed In rapture, At the morning's bright sunrise, out funds for extension, improvements and repairs the I have seen the lovelight shining From a condition of the railroads when Cleopatras thousand wistful eyes. beauty. summer trade activities are Old King Solomon's favorite Pearl, timed to begin will put the Cant compare in living sweetness, With my Kentucky Girl. country face to face with a situation comparable only to a we stand total crop failure or a devasta- Sometimes when reveille, inspections Or retreat or ting earthquake. The roads And the the Cartain yells attention, cannot be thrown back at their Then I hope he wont see me, owners in their present shape, For I am lost in admiration, and only congress can formu-- 1 And my head and hearts awhirl, vision' late a plan for preparing them As ' beho" ,h,e Girl. Of my for this consumation. wind-blow- n star-eye- d I rladi-ln.- concerning these Full information Trutona, the perfect tonic, that has hitches can be obtained by writing to widely popular In LouisSociety of America, now become the I'ercheron ville and other cities of the State, Stockyards, Chicago, Cnion now is on sale In the drug store of It. E. McRoberts. The unprecedented success of Trudue entirely to its efficiency. Arnold Gibbs passed tona is Mrs. Elizabeth of Kentuckians arc daily testiaway at the home of her Scores peacefully beneficial results 'they daughter, Mrs. N. S. Whittaker, at fying to the have obtained from its use. What Knox City, Mo., March 'J8th, last. better proof of a medicine's merit At the time of her death she was 84 could be desired. years 0 months ami G days old. Mrs. Trutona is a tonic of the highest (liblu was born in Garrard County inof degree, exciting the appetite and June 23rd, 1834. and was n sister It Is high vigorating the digestion. Mrs. Eliza Hill of this city. She was ly recommended for the treatment of married to .Mr. John Gibbs, of Madidyrpepsia, stomach trouble, liver and son county, on December Kith, 18.VJ, kidney troubles nnd catarrhal nf who preceded her in death January fections. Its action on the liver Is 3!tt, 1SM7. She is survived by six almost instantaneous, exciting that children, who will mourn the loss of most important organ when languid1 a devoted mother. resolving its turpor and chronic At the age of seventeen she pro- and engorgement. fessed her faith In Christ and which directly on the mucin Trutona faith she kept in her declining years. membranes, acts producing a sharply The funeral services were held at the stimulative effect and leaving n pleat-- 1 Bee Hldge church, of which she was It is u very ant tonic condition. a member, the services being conduct valuable agency in all catarrhal af ed by her pator. Rev. S. E. Smith, fections, including those of the nli-- , where the interment took place. mentnry tract, head and nose. Trutonu is n prompt, efficient and absolutely snfe laxative. It is n strength builder unsurpassed by any prepara I have heard the fellows raving. tion. Its use is recommended by run Of the golden, glowing west, down and weakened men and women And the men from Indiana, who are recovering from the serious Say that Indiana's best. lifter effects of pneumonia, infuenza I thought my girl in Dixie, and deep colds. Was the dearest in the world. Trutona is now being introduced wonder, Till I prized in spell-boun- d and explained in Lancaster at H. E. the Kentucky Girl. At (adv.) McRoberts. Gibbs. Hi The NEW EDISON "The Pnonograph with a Soul" one of tho greatest achievements of modern science. It the artist's voice or instni-niewith such complete fidelity that no HUMAN EAU CAN DISTINGUISH THE TWO RENDITIONS: that of the living' artist from that of the New Edison. More than 1500 tone tests have been conducted to demonstrate the truth of this claim. More than 2,000,000 people have heard the living artist sine; 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' is Days of Big Things. Most of us have regretted at one I time or ano'.her that we didn't live, so long as we had to live, at sonm earlier day. When knighthood was in flower, in the days of the Human conquest, along with the Crusad.'is or( at some other period when things Even Grandad's yarns were doing. of the early days allured. But getting right down to brass tacks was there ever such a time as) Edison. No other instrument lias ever been subjected to this searching: test. Drop into our store tomorrow and hoar a U. B. SflPP FURNITURE COMPANY. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE AND RUG STORE. this! Aren't these the really and truly days of big things. Hasn't more been done to influence the future of the world during the Inst four years than in the preceding four centuries? Wasn't this world war just about seven times bigger than anything the old earth has ever witnessed in the DANVILLE, way of fighting? Doesn't the decisions that are being reached at the peace conference mean more for civilization, for huWhen at last the war is over. And we are done with eating slum. manity, for the future protection and But Not Half So Exciting. peace of all peoples than any other When we go to bed at midnight. To know thyself Is better tliuii confab that ever was held? And reveille will never come. to Hud out nil nliout the nelKl'bors. And were there ever more varied There is just one thing 1 ask for, and diverse problems arising than As the Battle flag we furl. Work and Avoid Fretting. are confronting the world, and EuMay I spend my life in loving. Labor nf any kind l liinitlif-il- . Yoti rope in particular, at this preterit With my Kentucky Girl. can put more upon a human moment. being than he ran bear. I!ut frettlna W.n there ever before such ac no our energy that we have Pvt. N'oah Sebastian, no force left for actual work. Aigrefenville, France. complishments by industry, by Ubor, even like the HIMIcnl grain of by husbandry, by the financiers, by mii'tnrcl seed will. If not illpnti-- l all the people u has just been wit Dally Thought. by Ooktrurtlve r move mouWo do that In ant zial err calmer nessed? ntain, and bring you to the very door M r.swer, Iid ever the inventive genius of iMi.nients uouM "fr of success. America take such unprecedented Scott. flights to meet the necessities of any occasion? Look back into history Hardly. D 3ME and you'll agree that these are big days. You will agree that this is one ex pansive age In which to live. And you should make the most of it. Do your best for the old world. I'nele Sam has done and is doing his very darndest. you And lie s asking your help to put his tusk across right. Stand Measure up to the minute. with the men of the hour. Help, In every way you can to put the Victory Liberty Loan oer. a ou couldn t be !i Crusader, Ituman Conqueror. But you can be a 100 per cent -- 0th Century American. rntnn, rIFBN You'll Pick a Winner When of HARDWARE, choose our immense stock NOW You Can Have the Bigger, Better, More Powerful Car and at a Reduced Price Biltwcl Six Models are now back on the market. From this complete line select the car best suited to your personal, your family or your business need touring car, roadster, sedan, coupe, town car or sport model. Velie performance, low upkeep and appearance are all here. With every high-grad- e specification which has made them famous: Continental Red Seal Motors. Timken axles front and rear. Long, underslung springs. Deep plaited, genuine leather and curled hair upholstery. Velie lasting mirror finish. "The Name Insures the Quality." Come in today. KITCHEN WARE, VELIE FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. Let us promise you quick service and satisfaction and then Give us a chance to keep our Promise. Children Get Credit. The bankers in Kentucky loaned children $75,000 last year with which to buy purebred stock for club work. One hundred und twenty six banks loaned this money and would have louned more If the boys and girls had needed ti. All of this money was used by boys und girls who did not hae ready money for the purchase of cuttle, dairy heifers, pigs, sheep und poultry. The Extension Division of the Collego of Agriculture feels that now the bankers ure definitely inter- -' csted the club work for 101U will fur surpass unything which has been accomplished before by the BURTON and LEE, DEALERS. LANCASTER, KY. VELIE MOTORS CORPORATION. MOLINE. ILLINOIS RuiMtiB of AulomimiU$, Motor Ttvtkt and Trmtlott Conn Brothers. LJLJ E 31 "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 24. 19 19. MAT COHEN hae nny sheep cn their fnrmi. tKrt when ewes Mere worth t" nnd SI pc: Inn I they eouhl afford taking chance PAY-L'K- " with the cg, hut since stoik tint! become to. he worth .10 aiv' SI.' per head with' no rlriitioii- - .iiitV upon the dog, they felt !'(; ! u! ' nut afford t'i take the cJ.prtre ttucl nji shicp with the dog coti.'itlon in Munining nsthcy re. SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 4. Ice Cream and Phone 56 Answers "TAX ftoguvdins the ics iev f Dog L av. 'a ins His Position Detail. . War, when vr before the Civilwm only tficliy'. populiitimi Statistics show that in i r '' Ken-- ' 1,13.1 BASTIN BROS. 3G E3G DE DC Failure. Wlirn n mini links prln.lpnl he umlljr falls froiii link of Interest. mt Man'a lngratlti.de. mlil I'lide "Once upon n ins'. i:iien, "ilero was a fairy ilnt granted I ten il.- - nuin a man three wll,i's. inrtde a fmirtli lli and do fulry iin" de limn was Jcs' rtiulitn' erant It id tnnd nu' unirnilefiil as If . liniln'i lind no wishes grant.! at all. Phrenology, Dally T. The i ommaiKler f f large state limy lie . nrrlnt off; hut th will of een n iiiuinmti in.iii iiiimot b taken Iroin lilru.- - Confurtu. Not Ataimed, "The itowh don't, seem tu p.iy nny .itleiitlnii R that w nrerroiv " "No. Tin" pesky critters thlnl. It's on- - o' them nrtlts from llieelly ih.iwiu' Ataerlmii lloj. Yellowstone Park. s funiculi i1e1ire cromul I. iuil,i Mcirnre Willi-- 1 ili'tnli-ef.'.'.'.'s.issi nrri" ami hn an iiur rlnlln last ttle , xtrr-nnlllliide of fiit. There are feitturi'i of tli.' -- i.nll Intnl. h mi liiih'X to the tiilnd hii.I lainirier Slure lniiM-.-5.i"i and Iii.ioi Imt fprlncs Its orlclanllnii Ii) I.h tnr Cull In J 7: t. of f.rv mrlelj nfbi iiullfiil inhii and thai throw columns of the telll lias tlli.l'Tfftitle llliny ma.it Kej-e- rs (ImiiL-es-. hut It i.m. ii.e erl.t In tlio li.ilMiit; water from ,MI to :ci m fel In (Jiilne Is iihund.'iil. realm of the reeuciiirtM li'lcli: I'hrenoliti!) Ihe j. l'.il I 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. . I April Ifith, IMP. iljo iconic, Kentucky po-millions anil n half (2,'.(0.0n0i sheci html llccord, while the statistics of 11117 whin I uticiistcr, Ky. Kentucky's population was over l'umpl ii. it wiln numerous cnipilr-- ' (.1,000,000) three million people,' ics rclntiU' to mi urticle which i.i now there wire tnly 112.009 sheep in the 'Mini: tin founds of the press over the .State. signature of "TAX I'AYKIl", in When this information was con which the author'? views and Inter-- I veyed to Dr. I'lchiird Stephenson. YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO NEGLECT YOUR TEETH relations nre aired in such u manner President of the Kentucky .Sheep ia to convey the impression that the Ilrcilers Association, Lexington, Ky., Commissioner of Agriculture is nlutie iruntuiK me great snoriage OI sr.rcp w Dog Ijiw not only In Kentucky hut America. I flllpjoT-I- J responsible for the new KENTUCKY. eiiacteil by the 1!1S session of the ami further ni know lodging the in per- -' 11 " I Kentucky Legislature, anil that the Jltiw need nnd rrvinir riemmd for tl, ... . 1 L b u,.e cnfrct" 1,1 hi Count-- . l.,rcCt motive which promptvil the Com. greatly Increased' .unt.lv of meat. V".""" i the School then he should not get anything out of Agriculture to set be- - wool and hides. Dr. Stephenson is- hind the enactment of such u measure sued u call to the farmers and others fund in every County in this Com- - of it, would receive greater; ,n c(jnciu9ion. the voters of was in order to increase the salary of inlereated in the sheep industry of monwealth , by on the part , .r: ,i, the Commissioner of Agriculture, as this State to meet at I.exinirton. ,.. . ,I , iy., f ' ' V. put ny " MA l A i r.H , to the extent JiiniiatJ i "uk"' ommiss'oner of Airnculturc to not . I Hk. . .'crthe ,.ur;.sc f ,aw ni lum Ly Vc,nB t"luUl,:,l only look after the agricultural of Jl.'.mui annually, all of which Is tnkinir the neunrarv stens toward in inter- K so ludicrously fahe and mislea.linK creasmir the sheep production of tins ests of the State, hut to enforce the ". ' I A ' Lit claims "I ' that a dar- laws under the control of the Depart- . .1 ih.n I m fowl in r..i,li- - i.. T1 V c... I'AYKIt" through the same medium. the mdurtrv. .V"" mint of Acriculture. hondinc me In ' tn id will ask those papers havini; pub- rervr.nave , the sum of $50,000 for faithful per- , . '. Prior to the mietinc of Januarv . . I " ne woumU fornlanfc of am requirinir me lhed "TAX PAVKlt'S" article to 2Mh. and after several ifi.ri.nres ' please uhv the same consideration to of the Kentucky I ' r ,or, ""."I?"?- "". ,hl" to take oath that I would perform She,,. Ilreeilers ,,,ns't' duties, nnd now, because I am the State Department of Agriculture Assn.. a tentatiie draft of a i!oK law ,. VV . ( u. K,, ' doinn what not only the voters but lino piildish over my signature this was drau.i and submitted to those U,rTc reply: "TAX present nt the meetmi: on that .late. 'l""'1 ' " ' Icrk "fUr " "im f"r 1'AYKK" is scattering his propoKanda 1 am advised that ilurinir tlie Kail whuh, after M.me amendments bv a . imn11"'-- ! broadcast jf 1 1 7 the ationnl Wool (.rowers Committee n,pointed by the Kent'ue- in such manner a, to pre- J'rovrn h or,le! " judice the minds of the public aKalnst wrote tu Ilnotl farmers in k; Sheep llrceih rs Association, the ,"U' -u a," ltc clfort and attitude of the Com- Kentucky, askint; them if they line !!! Kentu.ky I eKislature irvstaliz-l"' u, ... 1W9 Ur sheep on their farms, if so how many. id into law the Act now known as ,u. w.v .iiuBBi,nl,sioncrof Airriculturc in iloinc that vueh claimant lies sustained, together , hid. he was hlre.l nn,l and if not, why not the Dok Uiw, and anions its many To this somcthihfcf. like 2400 replies provisions the one that seems to peeve wiin necessary ami proper costs in- were to the ellYct that they did not "TAX 1'AYKU" most is that provis- curied. while Section 'Jh provides a Tllc Commissioner of Agriculture of $ir..00 per head on .hns choice in the matter , than ion pl.icini: the general enforcement maximum grade sheep and $10.00 per head on to o)jcy the mamalM of the Law. of Mime under the Commissioner of grade lambs, and $23.00 pir head on anJ if this rjog Law is obnoxious Agriculture, and allow ine: the Cory. or registered sheep and $1.1.00 per head repulsive and does not serve the pur-o- n mif"ionr of Acriculture r. per cent registered or eligible to be regis-- , p0SB of its crcatorii then let U5 re. of the total amount lollected for Peal it and not condemn the Com- in the various Counties in Ken- U'"'',!i 5m,,',,.l l.ULII coses the urticle migsoner of Agriculture for having tucky to he Usui by the Commissioner b Miy.ng-Have found chat the ,ione his ,luty, ani, who wi "e continul. of Agriculture for the riencral ent imniissioner of Agriculture gets out to enforce as effectively as possible forcement of the ait. of this and we have found what the 'the mandates of the law, without fear There was" never any question in County Clerk gets cut of this, and we or favori irrespective of where the the tmr.ds of the Committee who ruvc found what the man ho owns.cllirs falf or whom they m&v drafted this Act other than that the sheep do's " lnJure not get out of it," etc, to v ery truly yours, 1oc.il or County enforcement of same which 1 reply that if the man who should be placed in the office of the MATS. COHEN", owns sheep does not protect that in- Sheritr, and realizing that many of dutry to the extent of seeing the law Commissioner of Agriculture. the Sherills had as thi'ir Deputies men who were prospective candidates for Sherilf, nnd heins desirous of removing the general enforcement of the Act as far from any local political influence as possible, nnd rcr.lizini; that the live stock Industry of the State is a large part and parcel of the Agricultural industry of the State, the committee selected by the Kentucky Sheep llreeders Association to draft the law placed the general enforce-- 1 mint of same under the Commission-- 1 '"""a M. S. Hatfield, Dentist. "., v': T t,t., i.,.i ' L i"; ,? T"" ' TJ ,,, '.'''" ""'" Tr ,a r,,u.i ,! er of Agriculture. 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. LANCASTER, W. J. ROMANS US3B3 KEINTUCkY. among The Act provides, other. things, that the Assessor or Tax Coin- ir.iMoiier shal receive 10c for each' .... r ir..... ..ii-i v.ic.j 3 .!.'!: tisivo, ..in, .in-- V.UUII. 3 for each license Issued, yjueh is t1'.. sin.illnt commission allowud the County Clerks under any Act for work of like character. N'or is tls.' ner cent a'loweil the fommirtioner of Agriculture an ade- tuate amount to effectively enforce the Act as intended by the I.egisla-tar- e it should be enforced, nor does the Commissioner of Agriculture one penny commission, or one ir.ny incre.e.e of salarj out of the i I er cent allowed for the general en-- f' rcoir.ent of the Act. Not only has the work of the of Agriculture been in- ..v.-.-- v ...v . .....j ..a tin-- iieuu u, ..iv general enforcement of this law- - be. 'lug placed under him, but he has per- f. r.ned this extra service without a murmur of complaint, and has not nor c n he under our Constitution receive cue dollar additional salary for the txtra work and responsibility placed upon him by the Legislature tor "TAX" I'AYKU'S" euhkhteu-i- n .it, 1 wish to state that the Commissioner of Agriculture receives .00.00 per year, salary, which is the amount he formerly receied, and the amount he will continue to re ceive during his term of olfice, us our Constitution and Appellate Court have specilically decreed that a State olTicials Hilary cannot be increased during his term of olfice. Helntive to "TAX 1'AYKU'S" ihargo thut "to expect the School fund of any County to be benefitted by this Act would stretch the Imagin. ntion almost to the point of breaking" I wish to statu that the real purpose of thin Act was First to promote, advance, stimulate nnd protect the sheep industry. Second to protect the licensed dog, and Third to dispose of the unlicensed and worthless cur, and while the School fund in a majority Your Teeth THEY NEED I DO ATTENTION? "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE" IS AN OLD SAYING. Germs from decayed teetli and unhealthy Rums cause many diseases of the body. Rheumatism, heart and stomach trouble are hut a few of the diseases. Clean teeth anil healthy Bums prevent these troubles. CAN YOU AFFORD TO NEGLECT YOUR TEETH? You would not eat tainted or decayed food. Yet with decayed teetli and diseased mims every bite of food is tainted, and in time your health pays the penalty. One of the first tiuestions your doctor puts to you is: How are your teeth? Uncle Sam put thousands of dentists into service, because he realized the importance of cariutr for the teeth. Every colriier had to use n tooth-brusMake up your mind y to have your teeth examined and put into jrootl condition. High class dentistiy isn't necessarily expensive. When you decide to huve your dentnl work done come to me first. I will examine your teeth and tell you what you need and wiiat it will cost. I make a practice of saving teetli. You will ot the best work and materials at very reasonable prices. h. M. K. DENNY Dentist. Home Phone 217. Office 217. Office in Central Record Building. Office hours S to 12 - -- 1 to 4. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Apr 24 1919. MENACE TO ONION GROWING WRIGLETS The An Enraptured Sextette By GEORGE ELMER COBB (Cotjnjbt. Small Insect Ciutet Big Lott to Crop Annually It Alio Preys on Other .Garden Crops. by thr t'nltM Stntri IViurt-mrof Agriculture.) The onion thrlps Is nn lnect so flimll that It Is utmost invisible to the umilitid eje, but It Is prolltlc, mid the tnot serlmis menace to the Industry of this country. It nn annual loss to this crop enusi-li Ion, estimated to be nt least J KM. Though the lneet has n particular liking for onions. It prejs upon oilier garden nml truck crops, such ns cnbbage, euullllower, cucumbers nnd melons, ami nlo has a raetioiis for grecnhorto nnd many ornamental plants, particularly roses. The llr- -t Indication that an onion fli Id has been nttnckod by thrlps Is shown by the leuves. wlikli become tin u hlli nod. In ni'tniiced attack lenves lire curS-d- , crinkled and twist- iPHT-ntf- In Goody Land -- Greatest Name VRIGlS W An v.nc.WiYJG GUM T Tin PERFECT GUrtlpSUSls - tr WMi.ro lowtritwr I'iiod ) "What's, this fire I" exclaimed Uiw. lru Tarbcll, arising hastily fnmi his desk mid starting for the open doorway of lil oilier. Ill two Murk uml I'mil I'.Nuii, brothers, hastily 1'iinii' In llirlr feet mid Joined II wns lllli'd Mill In the linll without. wllli smoke mid there was nil uproar of iilnrnii'd voices In oilier nsitns nnd corridors, hut II was soon discovered Unit the smoke rutin through mi open window from tin- - renr jnrd, where n lot of riihhlh was being burned tip. Now when Marl; nnd I'mil had nrlseti from their scuts inch luid left open on the InMe IiH wnllel. They Imd been consulting their ronlcnts while talking nlllt tli- - lawyer, cnrli closed n wiillet nml restored It to n poiket. The nttornoy resumed hN wonted dignity nnd cntin. "Well, gentlemen," he Mild, referring In a peiielled sheet hefure Mm, "I I think I uhdcrstniid the situation. ntn In make over to your sister. Miss Niimiil, the old fniully houie-ten- d unit ten thousand dollars 111 liomK to he In Id In her own right us n femmo li. 1 jit Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years fttitl Im," lo Itwk "Ihrrti tir PTrf th iUyi that mrt oi" Ihriu rni.t tlmuKhtfutly , I fln.l nt ffTrntfon'. frMiuntly iiiTff-trmhtn if ilnftinc t.rk ii iirt r tlrug century, ownr.l 1 tnr I iro iiivp. U In the Mil "IHuit t ktl.rr. Mo, itiAkltiit t nnionnl thfiimr !rlmli n.t knowi vtilr w ruatomr-ih- at toiuh( ir. Uwii Millrln Tor nt Iktwrl onitUlnt. rf"tip inf wm For tnn )MMwhi1 lornmU I t.i.ll..l rni.t linllKlrl lh nl n.l ralhrtir mi lh marktt Utklhr liframn niif Inrt.l that tUT rttftin fault w not lint t hi y ilUI t iwt on th tmrl. Ihi ?lolrnt ftirl l.ilt that tliflr rH't i t lh wrr Hit ilra tic, ami re which was iluo to th fait that they ttoh, iu their tif-thomuKli rnouliln Imply nrtnifC nn tha ut!er T imall Intra- tn If ou In fir... mI.IIm .lti.f Mixill lower vt I are i lutealliiea, an.l that they almntt In.ariat'lf rrMuccii a Libit re- I T is Mi fthrr characteristic of thr r jnn n.uTl "'- Ulr it "lm at Mill'." "Tim'' rlsht," nodded "Ami N.iotnl hall do Jut what she winds to with the property nnd money," snld Mark heartily. PT were under thirty, The brother their sister Naomi nn ngriTiihle When tlnlr parenti of thlrty-lle- . died she Imd taken charge of their I A Spraying Outfit Suitable for Gardtn Uie. home unit had well lllleil the Mil 111 hou-ekper nnd cook. So iinnfort-nhl- y ' "il. and tlnallr die down permanent!.;, liKikid nfler her hrotlo rs, m Tn control this ot, bi'vln Miionthly did thing run on that the with nicotine sulphate solution ns p1e:i.int routine wns continued perma- stMin as there Is any ivldence of the nently nnd inn iilieliinly nil hnndi 'lnect. If sjintjlng Is dchijed until vtlleil Into n rut. Niioml wns only hundreds uf jming thrlps are present happy when she :n doing something the crop III be seriously Injunsl. The to ndil to the welfare ami comfort of Uprny material Is made by the fob her lirother", und they accepted her lowing formula: Three-eight- s of a kind sen Ice n n inatler of course, plot of nicotine sulphate (til cr o ut), nllhougli truly appreciative und grate- I pounds of soap and ful. Ilecently Paul had oliened to gnllons of wider. Spriijlug should Scaled Tight Mark that he fancied Xiioml looked be done thoroughly and applied as a 27 tired and dull tit times. They talked J line mist, It in it. Mil lie she needed n rest, n ' It Is not ndtlsnble to plant other ihauge. SupKie they parceled out crops, such ns early cubbace nml caiilb to her what she was entitled to of the tloner, upon which the thrlps feed, In rstnti1 made her Independent, near the onion Holds. After onions, fin t J Certainly that would make her cabbage and related crops nre bar' Hence the visit to the cMed, the Held should be cleaned up feel hotter. lawyer's ofilce, and the brothers went I any bnsllirg places to destroy home feeling they had well consum- 'of the Insert. They will continue to Da.ly Thought. of Denmark. Flag Is a feeling of eternity In mated nn net of willing duty. There Ihrlie on nny sirtlon of thevo plants The national emblem nf Denmark, Naomi hroke down mid cried like n or whlcli makes us unieiids for evneeds that might remain In the whlcli Is thi' oldest 111 existence, dat- ynuth child when they told her what they Held. It Is n good prnrtlce to plow erything. Hailltt. ing liiick Id the thirteenth century, had done. The way the luiaglliutlxe ns deeply as lsisslhtc and harrow- - the wns linrn lit wiir, und the legend It Mark pictured the transition iiwiiltlng ground Much of the lifter harvest. Coed end Dcd Effects of Tea. trnceiihle Id the fact. In 11 battle beher! She was to he promoted from a Injury can be nwihlisl by planting ns The action of tea as n stimulant on serfdom to tne lot of n princess tween the Dalle Mini the heathen ipilck-actin- g Uvolllnni, King Wnhlemar declared the brain Is well known. Ten causes Nnoml was so overcome nt tlielr gen- early us possible und by using ferllllrers nfter the onions nre that lie wv cross In the sky. The n slight rNe In the blood pressure, erosity und tliiitightfulncss, us she news was communicated tn his troops, Ehcs n Whip to the heart, cnues chose tn magnify It, that she lied to well set or the bulbs har- begun to with the assurance that the portent somewhat deeper breathing and re- her room to have her cry out. Mark form. Onion tlelds should be wiitchnl vvnn the sign of celestial old. The stores for a spell waning muscular followed her to the hall to console her isitistantly und the plants should be crow forthwith hecnme the national power. Its chief demerit Is the retard- nnd Paul, ihanelng to take out liU will-li- t, kept growing thriftily, since once the plants beiome (hooked In tlielr growth emblem, "nie Dnnnebnrg," strength of ing Influence Hint It exerts upon made n startling dlcocry. from nny cause the thrlps will multiDenmark, as It was called. hanged wallets nt the ply more rapidly than "Why, we've oer nnd It villi olllee!" he exclaimed. "This be n hard light to kivc Ihe crop. Inwjer's belongs to Mark. Hello ! In llo ! hello 1" Paul stared and then grinned. In nn apartment of Id brother's wallet CORN MOST IMPORTANT CROP photograph. In he found a time-worFarmeri Hivlna Live Stock of Any It. an Instant h Kind Should Plant Liberally you over!" he chuckled. "Iter- "Did Plant on Time. tha Drake!" and Just then Mark reentered the room holding the other Is one of our most Important Corn walltt In liN blind, nnd Paul Hushed like n conscloiH schoolboy as he no- grains that should hnw attention this It his own pho- jenr. It Is hoped that more cure "III ticed revealed within lie ghen to the preparation of the soil 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, KY. tograph of Wanda Drike!" "H ui!" observed Mark with n nufn, I nnd blunting on time than Is mhh- i"both In the same boat, clij Well, lt' times given. Thoe who have hogs, work tennis, nothing to be ashamed of. They were nice girls, Ilerlha nnd Wnndn. There n few- I f enlics nnd In fact animals -, wns the brother Wilbur. tis. Alwuys of most nny kind should plant liber-nilproihlcil, of murse, their land thought he had n sneaking fondness, for Nuoml. What grand days those Mini the Masons ordinarily favor com. were, btuk In ljicon, when the Drakes The incut supply next year will depend neighbor ! Why, very largely upon the grain crop this were our next-doo- r It must be two jours since we nil met yeiir. OF LANCASTER. und drifted apart." "I don't want money to waste," said Capital tlielr lister later In the evening. "I HOME WOODLAND would like to tlx up things n little A. R. IIEN'.N'Y, President. J. K. STOIt.MKS, Vlcc-I'res- t. nnnind the bouse, though, and have a (PreparM tiy th t'nltwl Htntrs Pe break In the loneliness by i ntertuinlng S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. partnit-n-t of Agriculture.) some of our old friends uuco 111 u r. J. It. HAKIMS, Individual In caso of lire you will flml while." a honicsgroHii burn Is very conr. HUGH M0M.EY. General "Yes, there's the Drnkcs," reminded venient mentis of replacing tlio Murk, evading his brother's eyes. lns nnd n great saving In "Ilerlha und Wniidu," nodded Paul Safety Deposit Boxes money. Keep the home woodFor Rent. generality. "And WilIn land griming. bur," and Nnoml Hushed, hurriedly reWE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. When there Is a strike In the ferred In other old nciualntances nnd conl mines joti will II ml It very 0. D. Swincbroml, Alex H. Denny, J, H. I'oscy, J. E. Stornics, a slurt wns thus mado along the road . comfortable to halo plenty of of yesterdaj-S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. home-grow- n Keep thu wood. How did It nil enmo nboiit? When home (Ires burning. the old neighborly companionship was When joii need exlrn money resumed Mark took great credit to to pay on n mortgage, 11 dochimself for suggesting tlio visit to the tor's hill, or for a college edulawyer's olllee, which had brought cation for Hie children, )ou will about such a happy suggcullon. Paul And n reservo fund In tlio wood-lan- d drifted back to Ids old liking for WnnKeep the homo handy. dn Drake wlUi nn urdor that spurred folks protected. As to Paul out of nil liiggardness. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Naomi, sho was u blushing, sensitive young girl once more as thu visits o( Wilbur Druko became us roustuut and PUT FENCE AROUND CHICKENS Interesting as of yore. The cozy kitting room of the Klton or One Around Garden for home became a real mnfesslonul out Either That Protection of Varloui Proper Over One Hall Million auspicious evening. Willi marked conPlanta. straint and then u genuine) bubbling of emotion the two brothers and thvli ON "ROLL OF HONOR' When fanners havo chickens and a sister with some circumlocution an- garden, as all should, It Is bcM to havo nounced tlio result of tlio reunion ol a fence around Ihc garden or the chickI). F. Hudson, President, J. J, Walker, V. Pres. the two families. And nt thu triple ens. Usually tlio chickens are fenced wedding Jolly, Puul Klsou out of the garden hut allowed to clean W. 0. Wcney, Asst. Cachler. W. F. Champ, Cashier, took great pride la assuming for him- over the Held and forest near by. self the credit for having solved tuc Care should he taken to have a Joe J. Walker, Ant, Caihier, Mr. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. happiness fol problem of fenco around the garden to th contented sextette. thn plants will be protected. J ruddy-cheeke- hrlght-cje- .Murk us n IXon. school-ho- ti th llrr( then art on Ihn alfiniarli n! entlr alimentary yUm, If tin wJ aTi'inUhet, I he a imM, Imt Ttvlur metllrino wooU thnnuiKh rlimtnalluu i f th watlo without auU tuaaa Ihe umual irkemiiir the urc firl txtter at viue. After 'eiperlmenltnir with huojretl of erfnt thi illtlerrnt rinMiuiU, t at fiiriiiMl that I Hw known a Ritara'a whuh I truly irjiei noea mnucr ijulrliiiC aneiutntnl ilottf. I Wlletrf.1 that a pre rtaratlon rff-rmutt firvt Ion the an1 iloea ntfrr than anr laiatite- nn th vt market today. The Ihouttnila I wo lettera from uiera hatf rttrnln'eliit IUaw)fyrlihl, aa ami that lhuaer of Matart'i hm mar family iiie.licilie.ef en thonith raitt nmr Ut ue.t tt for lutnty-fiTf- t tha dote. tn lucre of tneillrlne am! the re- My lnowtei!r f lt ttll ue In my own family and 1 r t ffrert H aim n my f rlen.la, I ( for aale, raiirsl rn to hat prreat faith lit Natan'l Ratfy front tit trry Drtt. Anil now at I find wyrlf nearlnc th" are when I tmiit kw to the InetltaMa ami no to another lift, my rreatet iraMire u t eit earli ilar and read tha letter lliat eurh from eo!e aa old or oMet mail I rin than I, ho lell of hailn tied NltMf'l ftaawitfy for ten, fifteen and twenty )ar-- . rhi .rm aiil how they and theirlfl)cQtUd lyand It hai leen ItraDdcULldrru U thnuM, my frleniU, for eonaoltnie It a matt at my aea to feel that alla front lila own anrreaa, one naa done aomrthmic for ttl Itliow man. My trrateat aatufae tlon, tny it rr ate I hait1nta tinlar, la tha toula-h-t knolHlr thatwill take amore than ntn Hitwi'i Pewetfy million .NUTaMit) and will bj Inciter, healthier hatlrr IteoU fvf It. 1 bopa )uU wltt tLcm. l oua lt I A. H LLWI3 MCOICINC CO., I R. E. McROBERTS. Lnncnstcr, Kentucky. Sr. Louis, mo. - KePtRlaht Ussless Ciulprrent. soldo r Jus- - rele i oil from the ei nice was the em -- t of friends ut n dinner In eefebnitlon of his rittirn home. The waiter plm-ehii etnlionito Iher service around the tnble The sohlh r hstkisl at the showy nrriiy, rnrefully selecting one knife one fork Shoving the ret of nnd one jMsin the slUer from him. to the surprise of Ids busts, he remarked much equipment to keep rlenif." Judge. A 'Ti Tu-n'- n the Joke. and ! ve v t men who nre huppo nh.n ln'iin smite one n Iwrd rap oter II.. knllrkles. 'Iho.o nre the men Unit wither right up vihi-on git a giHsl Joke on them. J Ami have vim not notlnsl that mrh men nre most nhriijs In trouble Minolssly has salil menu things nbout them llov slow we nre to learn that maple sjrup beats vlnegnr nil to pieces as nn ntlrnrtlon for honeybees I Vow The Flavor Lasts j W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, (Al RIGNEf and Embalmer. 153 Oirector Olllrt; I'lu.ne 18. Residence I'huiic: Kentucky. vcr.'ja Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Known all over America CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, "ETC. Send Via Parcel Post SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS hlGlCEUTi We arc pleased to announce to the Auto Owners of Central Kentucky that we have recently added to our DIG GARAGE RADIATOR REPAIRING WELDING, BRAZING BATTERY REPAIRING AND CHARGING And sell the best batteries on the market Ever-ready. THE NATIONAL BANK 50,000. Surplus $30,000. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Oollars. We can do any kind of Auto Repairing promptly. Make our Garage your headquarters when you are in Danville. We keep a complete line of Tires, Tubes and all kinds of accessories. DANVILLE MOTOR CO Incorporated DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 24 1919. KING MONROE, I 7 4099 t hands high, will weit?li 1100 CLUB WORK WILL START BOY ON ROAD TO llrown .Stnllion with three white feet pounds, linn limn fine in'rk, line head .rt on liik'ii nice Ililn withers, good !"Inrt hack with n nood n Inil ns cvtr wn on n horse, good bone mitt good feet. ft H- - SUCCESS IN PRODUCTION OF BEST POULTRY 11. MtllimsH NUI lift P, iiMttrk SI Msi'k I f'rulrr li.n Heiiin.ik !.) O I iKlMk I Mo. inlrri'lM liriimnth M .. 1 u o fllrrro ... ... "1 lM lellKIKl IjiIII I tltnln. I !' 1 .. H(4r Issnelsrli t liMiifcrltMi I s n c o l4llMMI HJI it Msmlrriaft . IIM l'trt tM'i i It ... I ixMHiiiterlifnmi'k f I "CO Work lu.woiH. I'. II llplreu KIN(i MON'ltOi; Inn in ninth style speed n ml action lis any saddle horse living. It ran lie seen llwit this horse belongs to tin' greatest family nf the saddle horse being n real Denmark. Study his pedigree utnl In- - cunvitucd. Vou rnti make no mistake by breeding to this horse. He will get ynu s.iihlle horses of the highest type. Never was tin- fine saddle horse ns srnrrc nor mure In demand, F.ery ninn rhouhl breed his nmrfit and breed them to the best. KING .MON'IIOi: will make the present neuron lit my Imrn lit V, ill C 1 Green Seal Paint A Hanna's $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Will Also tand My Walking Stallion, Meeting of a Typical Poultry Club. !rurt-mrtt- of Acrlrultun ) Hull oicmilreil au'rlriiltiiral rlnli Hy liKX I'KAVINK. First Dam A IlltKNNON MA UK. Iv.ork nmoiii: lm) anil glrN N miiih. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. lliliic more IIimii n iimlet which eiiiN This horse has sired some of the best walking Horn in the State. 111! with the M'UMtti, hut a continuou. roll- Hi- - In n rial nojilmi; walker himrclf, ile will Kit you ii Walking Horse rii;ht f work Willi ll eielllll. ill) lemN I ho i lull iiiiiiiImth Into the with atyle nt lioth crul. lMilii.. of farmliiK nml hotne makliiR N llliitrati'il hy ll iniilMiini'iitx Will $10. ot a ixiiiltry ilub iiiemliir In Vt- - REX Il'rrurr. liy II.' fi'liM fiuir t llrurle lllolit. l farm, one milt from Paint i'ick on the Lancaster pike at Work of Vermont Boy. All of the aIiom- - Mock will make the niix.n at my farm on t lip Cilli'iiie In till'.' .Inhii Ali xiiliili r Jolnnl the Milieu from i'nint l.irk iiml two miles from llncktey. ike three Vtrinont Poultry cliih In ilte of the oplMiltloii of mi tulier' of hl own funi. N. W. liy, nml. In a ntiinlier of ili. woril from frlemN anil uriicln ne'ithtiors who ilil not uml'ljOiml what i lull work imiu Jo iiie .Mnerf-n- n ho). He liirtiHl with only a few tliiii;-- . of ei;z. hut two jenri later tu uni well on the roml to hiii 4, for '! Iiml hteome the ihauiploti In ItN (Known as thi? "Old Todd Horse") county In iluli work, luiilni: proiliieeil the hot oriole of MriN lllnl the tilot luw-.tui- t In l!U I nt. Oriitlt from hl This well known horse will niaki' the season of 101! at our he exhlhltMl ouie of lilv hlnN at the also stand two aood Jacks at colt and $S. for horse colt. for marc ROGERS. WALKING PAT.--- $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. WAY TO KEEP COUNTY ORGANIZATION ALIVE This horse litis a reputation utieipialed in the state of Kentucky as a sire of walking horses. His product has heen in jrretit Too Many Activities Arc Liable to demand and are selling tit fabulous prices today. Result in Failure. .Money will lie due at foaling time, or when mare is traded or bred to another horse. Will use every elTort to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible .should any occur. Some of Numerous mares have already been booked and for prompt ervice would advise to book your mares early. Projecti to Be Undertaken Include Road Improvement, Agricul tural Fain, Improved Breed of Stock, Etc. Zir (t'r, parl ty ',.'-k-. 1 SL' niiyenr later. In 11117. he Murteil out with ah"u"lne of his own, nlni: hit own htiilnes eariN, hi own hiiilne "tatlotiery. ami ep:iiiillns hl pmillry plant twofold. A TWO MINUTE HORSE. He heeaiue miiuai;er not only of hli own pmiltr) plant, whh h (A chance to raise nn Auto.) he ileeliiiiil niplilly, hut foiinil lime The fati'it stallion that ever maJe a season in Garrard County. ti take u HilIon n. superlnti mh iit of the iniiiltry fiirni lit oiie of the Mate Auto Zomhro obtained his record of 2.0 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Kept. II, lUlfl. Sired by Zomhro 2.11 sire of San Francisco and (2G in 2.10 list). He hy McKinney 2.11 1 - 4 sire of Sweet Marie 2.02 and (28 in 2.10 list), Dam Trixy by Conifer. He was foaled in 1909, is a rich red hay, IS 1 hands hijrh, sound, n crntul looking individual, a consistent race SELECTION OF BEST horse, t;nrae. and fast. He is the type to sire colts with exVARIETIES OF SEED treme speed, class, stamina and durability. lie will make the season at 20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Importance Is Indicated in NumWill also stand two fine Jacks at $10.00 each to insure. A lien will he retained on all colts until season money is paid. Mares traded or parted ber of Experiments. with season becomes due. Special rates for jockey or barren marcs. Xot This stock will make the season of 1919 at mv Variation of Yields Found at Different responsible for accidents. stable near the Lexington Pike on the Rout Lane below the Fork church, in Western Station With Wheat, Garrard County, Oat and Barley Result of V'V( Eiperimtnti. I" fair the poultry show ami tin' iiml nieeeeileil In winning n iiiunlier of rlMuiiK nml llrt prl-- . The folloulns Jear he henmie the ilium-plo- u poultry dull niemher of xtute ami win M'lit to New York elty tn I in' N'atloiiiil IMiinitloii noHiilon to lell how h" .11,1 liN work iifil what lie Ihoutht of II. The following Jear he Iliril i u won the Mule rlllllll.liMl-lil- l. Reputation Spread. II) tlil time IiIh reiutatlon In the poultry ImlU'try hail ipretnl to other htiitni mill he wiii elliui; ettliix of thriuiL'hoiit New KiiL-hiillrert to rmiMiiin r". ami lunl hullt up a trad." In th Mile of hlnU for hreeilliii: pur. flute fair, is a sure preservative to every surface it covers. It beautifies, and at the same time lengthens the life of any piece of property. If your property shows signs of needing paint, have it painted with To Hanna's Green Seal. postpone the matter is false economy. Formula on every package. isold nxm CONN BROS, Lancaster, Ky. 319 1919 in '. AUTO ZOMBRO 2.02 i Cornett Brothers. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. ROUTE No. 2, GOLDEN EMERALD at $10.00 TO 6327 COLT. This splendid bred saddle horse will make the season my place two miles from Lancaster on the Buckeye pike at INSURE A LIVING Kmerald Kinjr is by Golden Kinjr. dam Kmerald Queen by Kmerald Chief. His breeding runs back to I'ourbou Chief and Harrison Chief on both his dam ami sire's side. He is 1G hands hiKh, a rich sorrel and will weigh about l.'lOO pounds. old Jack, At the name time and place I will stand my line four year At $10.00 To Insure a Living Coll. CALDWELL This well bred Jack is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by Dr. McCord anil he by Gov. Wood III!. Caldwell's dam is by Tom Keene he by Itube HilliiiBton. This Jnek is 15-- 2 hands high, black with white points, good bone and body. A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. If mare is traded or parted with the money becomes due. Will try to prevent all accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. Clarence Beazley, Draw 11 R. F. D. No. 3, Lancaster, Ky. Check for the money youove ami mile how much more respectfully your creditors re- L'urd you. They like lo do business with a man who has an account at the GirurJ Buk & Truil Go They knaw he la doinn butineis In a business like ay. Better open aueh an account even it your affairs are not large. Thev will grew all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. line ltnHirhilit thin; to he home in inlml I. that i rzanlzatlon will continue to that iloi'i not have some ilelinlle plan of work ami Mime ilellnlte nirKie In ncrouiplMi, II houhl he eiperlments at Hie Illck-liisu- u n tnemhereil, ImwewT. that loo many siiIkIiiIIiiii, North Hakota, n niiiii-he- r A few in tn Itlei may result In failure. of MirletlcM of commoii wheat or piirMiM"i UflMefiueil pollei carrleil to rourluilon will flown nailer sluillar r litPms pro1, iirleii from 111.4 mean periminenry anil iueee forlheie iluciil jlehls ulili acre to busheK The ('reanlriitlon, Tho-- e reipouvlhle for hiishels an In jlehls of arletles of the county nrwilratlon slumlil lay Mirlatloiis iluruui wheal were from -- tl.'J hushels faataaaaaaaawiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV their plain, well Into the future, ami line to l:t.'.' Iiushels. liep Interest ill the wiriou local chilis allIon was iihtaliieil In A whle vuri-- - ' 'Isiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW similar expcrliiii'lhe. Iloml Improiemeut. iMiuity iih i:rlciiltural fair, rural telephone mi. iiicnlshllshels oats, the riiuije hclnc from 111.3 1111 mre to I'.I.S hllshels. t ms linproiitl or coiiMilliliiteil si hooN, Hurley showeil a arlatloii whhli ociitioual iiliicutloii, vtaiuhiiillreil cotrun tul from "l.il husheU au acre to ton ami corn for the county. Improwil '." hiishels. hreil of llxe stoi-- evpii lally aihipteil At the Chejetme llehl station In to local conilltlou. iiMipernthi inar 11rlet11l Wjonilni; experlnients Willi ki tlni:. puhlie eiiterlaliiiiientK, ami welfare are Mime of the project! winter wheat pie jleliN whhli rau.-ei-l 1'ilns unilertaki u hy county orcaulr.:!' I nun nil uMTiite of Xt't huslieN all acre It N not helleM'il to he ail to ;s,4 luishels; with sprlni: wheat, ll'illi. ll.'J hllshels to 1"'.5 hUshels; Willi oats. UmiMc for a county In unilerlake inori ilhau two or Ihlee of These nt a lime, "!"' hllshels to H7.S hii-l- n ls; with Par- HI least not the llrst scasun. "'J. "''I husjiel to 11. 1 liuhels. Whatcicr l unilertakeii shouhl he'! A' the Xi phi substation, In L'lah, rcult with Mirlclles of ilone well hefore new proleits are ! I.itllKhitl. (let the litiiM'luelit well 111). winter wheat showed a wirlatloii miiK' wuy ami It will he carried forward I n ir from 'J.I.Il bushels an acre to 2.2 ihr hy its own momentum. The hard work bushels, nml with sprini: wheat from will come at the start. After It Ix le. hllshels to i.:t huhcK Similar i''rluieuts comlucled In sturted all joil will hate lo iln will Into direct It nt i the proper channels. California with wheat showed a Miri-M- l Ion In jleld rn iiizln c from f) bushels mi aire to 12.5 husbels. In a series of WATER SUPPLY IS IMPORTANT the UU'WEO Jlehls of Mirletles usually do not Miry so widely as these Vljjrli uti There Should De Plenty for Home and yfelili of a slntle jear, hut It Ii P'n- Barn and It Should Be as Handy rally found ih.it certain arlcties kIc as Possible, belter iitemee jlchli than others ami are therefore more profitable. The wuler supply Ii wry Imimrtatit. ' One of the best CLYDESDALE stallions in Kentucky will Xot only should there he plenty of i for the home and the Imrn. hill MAKE WAR ON INSECT PESTS nmku the season of 1919 at my barn at the low price of water I It should be fiinteiilenl. Why not TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. put In u system of water pipes and put Rubbish, Fence Corners, Hedge Rows and Accumulations of Vegetation water under pressure In the hoil-- e and This is the kind to breed to for mule mare and farm horses. J Should Be Cleaned Up. bin nT Vou will lind It so satisfactory Prince Albert is one of the best types 1 ever saw and his colts that .Mm are likely to wonder how Jim show for themselves. mauiii:ed tn cet ahuii: without water (I'tfliirnl ly the L'lilleit Mules Depart- At the same time and place will stand my six year old jack I ment uf Agriculture.) handy. Purine sprlm: much may he accom plished In the control of certain InPLANT C0WPEAS WITH CORN sects tin'ecllin; cereal and fornee crops. AT $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Many of these Insects spend the winNothing to Equal Them for Fattening ter III rubbish, In fence corners, along John Gray is fifteen hands high, jjood bone and ear and or Mora Economical Excellent heilKe rows, and In accumulations of considered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood. He is for Horses. dried vegetation. For tills reason, royally bred being by Lonir Tom, he by William Todd's big thoroughly cleaned up these should be 1st dam by Billy lireckinridtre, he by In iliuitliiB cow pens with corn they and burned In order to kill tbe In- Jack, by Marmaduke. Bourbon Chief, 2nd. Dam by Bourbon Chief. are used mostly for pus I lire, especialsects hiding therein. (.'are taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should ly for Iiosh. It Is n ipiestlim If e In the upper Mississippi hasln west Is eijuul to them for fatteulnic, of the river grasshopper eggs ure fre- any occur. Lien retained on all foals until season is paid. or more economical. When properly quently laid In large numbers along Season is due when mare is traded or parted with, or bred to cured for hay there la nothing better ditch hanks. In check lows, and In anothor horse or Jack. than cow peas for dairy cow s, ami they other limited uncultivated areas whera ninn make excellent feed for horses. tliey may be destroyed by disking They are fine for alio, mined with com, thoroughly during the winter months. but for this the running kinds, baring This msthod should bo followed for Koule No. 3. Phone 35-thrshorts. ta luoat foliage, arc (rvfsrrtd. destroying the tgf. 47-- tli t'nltM stai inent of Agriculture.) rwpart. ejt (PrrpurrJ by liie Unlled States Dernrt-tneot AKhculture.) The Importance of n crop Bryant.ville Phone Mirlety that it Milteil tn the section In whidi It It cnmii In Imllcuteil in u iiuiii-he- r of Mirletal experlmentx cnmlucleil at various llehl slatlous last jear. In ROBt. R. FOX, lll )ir PRINCE ALBERT 10.00 JOHN GRAY H. P. CONN, Paint Lick.Ky The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 24 1919. WHEN ESTATE IS SETTLED Your Deliver The Goods. Never were the ftorehouc of the world fo empty ns they nre rlcht now nfter four years of the world war has put a drat; upon world Industry. Never were prices higher, demand keener In the remote places, the op- portunitls crcntcr for an extension of our foreign commerce. Never was America In so Rood n position to reach out nnd take a firm hold upon the markets of the world. l!ut it Is up to us to deliver the goods, We will never accomplish tills by lie is willing to do his part for looking for the clooniy lde of every- - American Industry, American com. thinjr. merce, American finance and AmeriIt l up to us to buy confidently, can prosperity. soil energetically, tall; optimistically Hut we must do our share at the bat above, nil to think cheerfully and same time. Loan, confidently, l'nrt of the Victory-Libert- y To net busy ri'cht olT the bat unJ go proceeds will go toward the compleafter the business, tion of these new American ships to Uncle Sam Is point; right alone be operated under government conwith his ship building plans. Before trol. he I finished we will have suiriclent These vessels first of all will be nt American tonnage to handle about the disposal of American industry cventh.ni; wo will be able to utfer lu nnd commerce. They're being built t c fcroign trade. Sto Rive new life to both. And when these are booming you and I and our neighbor nre all reaping the benefits, participating In the fruits of the good times. We shouldn't hesitate therefore to help the good work along. We must deliver the goods nlso, Just as must commerce nnd industry. Our part 1.4 to share our earnings, our savings If need be, with Uncle 8am. There's no risk in investing them in the Victory-Libert- y Loan. And its the quickest sort of RsHPiP4PPJiPPaPiiP4PaPPA I KHAKI S. COLUMN S VI Patriotism Will Be Measured. How Many Liberty Bonds Did he own, will be Question For Many Years. Pp4iP4PJiPaPJiPPP-aP.iP.PflP- i Nowadays when n man dies and his is up for settlement one of the first questions that comes into everybody's mind i "How many Liberty Bonds did he hold?" It Is in that wny that the American public is making up its mind about the real patriotism of the man nt n time when patriotism mennt so much. For it (feneration every estate t'.nt is fettled will get the same careful ' It doesn't matter how loui scrutiny. you yelled when the sofdiers left fxr overseas, how many buttons yru' wore, or how enthusiastic you were fie when the troops returned it colli hard facts as shown by purt,r your,"fnith into works" thnt v . v? count In public opinion. Llp-rr- v does not count for much in favcr cf the stav at home who bought no bonds, who bought no W. S. S. who failed to contribute to the activities. tnd-blu- e Wearing a red-whtie is n tou is nil right in its way America of patriotism to carry flag and the colors of the '.Hies on th car radiator, but it is Liberty Bonds and V. S. S. in the safety deposit vault that really counts in the case of the man who could not g"o to war to at the American who was unable right or to serve in any service capacity. A good many people bought $ 50 bonds in the first campaigns where they should have bouiht severof dollars. Some of al hundreds them got by with it, posed as nntriotic neighbors and the friendship of their But it is the final summing friends. of their and retained the respect up th.it counts. When executors and trust companies start in to wind up their affairs after these camouilaged patriots have passe J from the scene of wars and rumcr- - of war, then is when the humil'ation comes to those who are left bohind. The estate may be entirely sound, it may be valuable In every respect but there will be something lacking if it does not show that the man who left it did not make his Jnoncv do its honest part when the country needed his help. When a v.eal'hy man, or a well to do m.-r- ., fassej on, leaving behind him whatsoever he has gathered of goods and worldly gear, there is a universal sneer if the inventor' of his estate falls to show that he thought enough of his government to support it witu his money when it needed monetary support. Since the beginning of the loan drives most every one can call to mind the- - passing of some individ-duwhose death showed that there was little patriotism in their makeup. A safety-depos- it box stuffed with Liberty Bonds whether they be of the first or the Fifth issue is something worth having and passing worth along both from an investment and estate m i- -i ,f f.r rr p.r.r.r vh p. p ,p p-- ip pp pi r--' . '.if, v mi x xw , nsr Jf i m a? ' The following Interesting letter to Mrs. Belle Simpson, of Route .1, was written by her son Kddie Simpson, n Garrard County boy, who Is seeing scnico overseas, nnd will be reiul with interest by bis friends nnd rein-livthroughout the county. "Co. II., : IE. II. Army M. 1'. B. N. Coblenz, Germany. tlf.tr Mother: licccivcd Jour welcome letter ami was glad to hear thnt you were nil well. 1 am now in Cohlens doing guard duty, it is sure n fine pUw. but Ymi ' it calf mi good its Kentucky. w I P'Mw mi ,nuot jit I PI"" w i I was too, but dent ox pert la get I lu me cry oop. nni nld to hmr t n" Di'liu I is lupme, Itj tke wy h ! tail.,. tn h i letter h didn't' rll. It in m laird lift, I in f it myMlf, but it tr t red fyr.-.T- . I.i It i ntn WKl v r iiuv ni it v n ,ii an ir.rh of moW. H j t, . ii about two 4yai. ill. ( tt- - .jr&.J( Chicago. 1918 Grand Cllampion Steer -- . .. FYVIE KNIGHT at the .p.." International - p. Pi. '"p." S. ! FIRST ANNUAL, SALE OF tk- i.i.vn. They h DI Inri'e I Imj-- o i for the oldiem. d.wii to a show but nfKhU There wrre a couple of wirl from Sew York MUSKOGEE BOY, vmt timt nunc Mime onir. it Mir jritl m gov,l to hear an American 11)17 Grand Champion Steer nl Internationa! at Chicago, ery methini; we dniit w they are old for the worlds record price S:?.l( per pound for the lied often. I am Koini; to tend you 11 lecture Crosjt. His hide was made into an overcoat and presented to ami don't sst nfnrwl when )ihi look 'at It. for I sure look tounh in tliee President Wilson. picture". You will ftnd me and my pal tvttethrr. II i a preaelieM on. PJ5 1 P " P P J P ' P P4 P4 Pi S PH PJI Jt 4 Ml JJ P P PA P i PA I Well I will clow a there I not All love and much to write about. Iwnt wihe. from your noil, Eil.lie Simpson." 1 ' about m0M poimiB-1- 1 tun hatdly Mil It from r...,i ' i t Utr ' rue aiiAhJiu AOEBDEEN mm CATTLE COWS AND AT STOCK YARDS IN LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 16th ) 5 BULLS, AND 37 HEIFERS ) Cows and Heifers all with calves at foot sale day or close to calving. n sentimental standpoint. Finds Unexpected Sometimes Happens. "I suffered for 10 years with stomach trouble and doctored away a lot of money before I found a medicine that was a real benefit to me. Since taking ono dose of Jlayr's Wonderful Remedy 14 wenki ago, I have had more real joy of living than 1 had in 10 years before. It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convlnie or money reR. E. McROBERTS funded. and druggists everywhere. Opinion, rending of 111 """ I tn by Jit) 11. Men lit un liiot Mile dumb, the other evtiilnc." Mild A an elneiitlnnltt J. Fuller Gloom. Mr. Mi!! has very dark hulr. The entertainment was free unit 1 wns convinced iilmost from the Mart that It wax richly worth It." Kannis City Ktar. i 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 blood 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 t 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. A. D. BRADSHAW. WALKERJBRADSHAW. PLEASE POST. ntt'iuled it te!et AUCTIONEERS. Col. W. H. Cooper, Hcrdrick, Iowa., Col. Kaye I.. Houtehenss, Ill.mdinsvlHe, Illinois, Col. Am. Bourne, Lancaster, Kentucky, Col. J. 11. Dinwiildie, Stanford, Kentucky. M, A. Judy, West Lebanon, Ind, Salei Manager. Liberty Bonds Taken on Cattle. WHITE FOrt CATALOG. Cattle are all tested and can be shipped anywhere. They were little plot of mice.) tandi at the earth. A white rro ''head. On the cro there were the murkini:. or the tK. Every one of ' them wan a reminder of the Ihiltle broke the Hiwer nf the Hun. 1 They were every place tlmt the eye euuld reach. Some had died by tin" JJ readide and onie in the ojien tielil. TjjKor the mot part the Aminctiti j ' had been Ixinwl where they fell. ()thr were iratherrtt into urijuM and buried in little plU- - Some were in the open, other in the timber of tlio Jf hilWde. other by the wde of the jj road. Thy had come a lane way, -;thee bo from the Heart of Amer tea, thnt Middle Wetterncri from J kMixouri ami K.him. to lie iit the m field, of France by French roaiUide. aft' Thetrnves all but mapped the bat-- l tie line of the late September liitht- Here wns tlie me in tins ArKonue. place where the Ameriraii tnnki Ind advanced in force south and routh- jwet of Vauijuou Hill. Farther to nouth nre the urine of the thoummlt of Frenchmen who had tried, tried ,lmrd. and failed to take that particu lar (.erman ttronx vuint. Where the tanka fought there are many American Kravea for the Hun fought hard. .Mini, drifted inow, dead hruhbery, brown Krn, and a little ruited barb-- d wire and the ninny, many crave ...1 iu.. t..r -( There are urate .inund Vareniiei, little croup of crave that how how America Baid the nnce for ihut vtl. lape. At fheppy where the St. I.oui. and Kamuia City men. the Miwourian frcm the little town, the Kann lad fiom the rolling prairie, had foUKiil houl.ler tn houlder. there were very many crave, llut they took C'heppy nnd paed on. There were other crnvet of Middle Westerner nil the way to the helt;hta of llaulny, to Very, and Charpcntry, where the tired diviiun dui; in and held on until relieved. The "fox hole" that the nen du tor themfelve In the rcvcnu fkpe of the hillaiiles are tlll there. The bilUhte are utill carred with the v.orl. ef the men who were liuhtinr; tbtrt but September. Nature I cliank'ini; the fnee of the old battlefield. The armie and civilian worker have salvaged the tlehl and lire cleaning up the Jub, All over the world the ijiitions are dolns ono of two think's. . They are takinu hold. Martini; in tu clean up ami Ret Koinir nirain, or they are Koine; to piece like the hnlMienrted Uunniana and.' the Hun, the llavanan and other of.the ' ;l Place 'f of the Crosses. 'tht j , Laughter Adds to Attractiveness. Not only does laughter kiep the blood flowing rnplilly but it iiImi keep Unlit. Iiunjaiit nml tunfree. the This ineuns that you nre happy mid Kay, nml all thin rilled lt If lu nur eyes and face, (food sheer nmlin your cje kparkle nnd jour face radiant, und altogether you are not only a hfiiltlilei", happier' Individual, but ulm a more teautlful person un u result of jour clii erf ul nature, and well utile to bring radiance und cheerful-nrs- x Into the llw of others ua well Hi Info your own. Another Hifllt Uses for Ground Clus. olive. riilloMiphj helmoii to i xploile othThere W a e een for hroiien plum. .'Joine of It 18 froiiad Into tine er people' theories li't not to prove land. They co to mother n.tture fur jiwdrllke imrtlcli mid ii.cil for va- jour on. St. l.onH r.lohe-Demrious imriKi-elli.lr kriiinlrilse. If you tiro on Some I melted ud erat. liny may uk ou to feil the made Into new s1iih object. )ftk. w.hliti lh wet with dew. Even The Blgstit Dollar. tlioush the nam are uhlnlne clearly, From Urango Treei. There are those who eauitu the Pcrfum anil the mi ahmlulely e month, the worth of a dollar by the itilnuH It will At C!nike, the tenter of the deck Keems iih though water had le'ii dap-pin- e. Industry In cmithern Knuire, the get to itdd to their own l'irnl mro It. The wtllor will acres of ornne treis nre not frown I'onr wny, though. You and then Inform you that dew l never to for the take of the fruit, hut for the I never will know the true vulue of be found limit, than thirty mllex from KlUtenlnc white hloxsouis that are a dollar until we It for Mime land, mi the dew It 11 tuoij r.rtmht. body else. Exchange. uned In making cologne, water. .Kiillnr. liavi' a eurl"'j wny .if knnw Iiib win n their Mil) Is a.irimrlir.s Marine Tlpi. V Only Foolith Depend on Luck. The perMUi who ilipendx ii.ii link may tlud ndviiiicemiiit for 11 time, hut liny mcce which Is foundiil upon IiicL . 1. II...... I klable. Take any treat man or'wo..,! nil who has readied the top and you will llml that they have fuuelit every Hep of the way. It h never 1111 eny .unit 11. . iinn a men imi, hut there ih aiwiijH a view- - at the top. If we are content to mmihI nt the n ami w e other people climb, that up tu ux. li ... the men who lie In the Uiu of Grave bei;un, America hit laid down certain tanks': Practically all of the tasks laid down depend upon the financial backint; of Americans. Wo have n. """"""t Aoet to build and wo . mU6t tnc KotU and the product wi"' wnieM t0 (i" We have our War lilkk pledcea to keep up, our ' munition bill to pay, our Allien to work to tret under way in order that aid a far at possible, our public there may be work for every man in Amenta who wants work, defeated Central j:uroiean people. In order to complete the task that The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 24, 1919. KM KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! lr v THE WHITE CROSS RAISE CHICKENS ES AND OUR PLED- EpV,VCaS.V," id Th hftiirwlf tf HolUn.l would ittl)' hut tiHrfit hi ll.i ttitmsHrm t without food ai wllh ulntne liniKn with out her roon tin tisttilllr. "fit.. Dutch Jrtit," m chit rfffcilly crrtntnij'. tmlli yrnj fall n vicliicurniiip Mu.tintlv a1 Oni4 MKlMt Itnnrlorn tim to your irmililf-- wlill tUrrm In tin. oil Cippuieii Wop Thf Ptreniflh Pon t wait until tittle (nim lrntn Mir ttil nrt rPionltli in lerrat tntMnur rhfi. I out tririt ulth tinmen To for the Btufily, rutum health of th atulil futtirr uiTMlnf I , n tf ntmriit llollnhUtti), with OOM Mrl'.W. liAnt tm oil t Ito (lo to Take no. uu nt thir er fnur Mr In.mtnot iMsyruiplylni;voiir ilruirclit anil ntlr-)on Ma nu with IIOI.II fr from ilny until MI.KAI. Ilmrltm nil fipsiilni. Tik l In. ! n pre rtrt.n h wMI1tr. litem mm i.lretti.l, unit If jruu ore nul Thl - lllnnV.I w lilt rts.ul! ! your dTUltKlst will of II en of th national rrmr In 11'" Um prmcrri Kimiiv rrfumi your mnney, ifnk tor lnn1 for rtnturt MLIMI. on mnt nf th NHlWrsint lt yraii'c I a th fiamtt no other. In s.ale.lthi box tiolss. ,rr,tra nl trtial charter utnorlimf utnvr turn tiu GED WORD. Wc Must Keen Faith With the Land of Graves in NorthI BY USEOF HENS At Hatching Time Fowls Should Bo Confined in Slightly Dark, ened Nests. i i (i) We Guarantee Our Prices ON I I 1:1 ern , France. KEEP YOUNG CHICKENS WARM Use Insect Bemis Tobacco Transplanters, (!)' "JJ: Protect Your Hoqs. Hails Hog Cholera Remedy. Snotldys Hog Cholera Remedy. J Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All iirc.tlood and we sell lliem. r McROBERTSl DRUG STORE. To Complete the Work. These thing cannot Lc rarried out forth-eomin- c to the money unle A part of thi money finance them. heini; raned in the (hnpe of tnxes : I z DR. I J. W. fat rruses. ui ler.tble urt must come .ii the form of money loaned to the nation hy its citizfiis. The l.llii rty I.n.ini have lieen hunt made hy the citin nt to their komtii-min- t, in brief to theinnelwu. I'ery ilollar of the Victory Loan i to he ucd In the work' of replacement, rehabilitation and reconstruction. We lire now pulling n military machine to tncres nnd that i expensive and n.uit be paid for. Kvcry dollar that i rained for the purpose of krepinp; Ami rtra movine forward in the ritfht way isn fulllllmcnt of the pledge that e have made to the men who lie in ne Ijind of Graves under the white J Chiropodist t FOOT DOGTOB Special attention given to all troubles ofthefeet. Office DANVILLE Cilchrr Hotel. eery Turl dyf WrJnesJtty jinJ Tridtiy RICHMOND Monday and Thursday. STANTORD, Saturday only. We must subscribe the Fifth Loan order to carry out our pledge word ami Kiven to ourselves, our army n.ivy and to the world. To pack up and come home, leaving the rest of the world to settle its own future, that would mean trouble in the not 'ar-nt- f future. We wnnl to make clean job of it now. We don't wnnt to no ti war neain in live )eara. or trn stars, or twenty yrars ntramit another world menace. We want the II j i i ade l.rlnh' so far us war i rceerned. we want a quiet Kurope ,i; i we want at many of the old war-I- t i.liriir .motions settled ns possible. Hut unlev we hack up the 111cr. (..in who are trying to keep our I ili!e.-ef- i word and to make the world safe, we cannot expect peace and tranquility Leaung the Job half do'ie. winning the war and losing it woen peace i m'ned, would be the greatest crime imaginable. A government with amplv money tan do tilings A government that has been Jeff, If ws the hat by Its own citl-m- s cannot The thing to do n to subscribo to the Fifth Loan as we tlid the other. We cannot alford to break with our dead who sleep m: France n Silting Inns sliniiM be cfiifltifil lo slightly iliirkttin) lusts nt bnlfhtnz Miie nml not miles they tep on or pick I heir eltltketis when him hint. In whlrh niM' tin- - chickens hiiolil be remnvml ns stum as dry. In n buskit llnetl with ilaiintl or some oilier warm mnlirlol, ami kept near ii (In- - until all the t gs are lmti-ln-: nr lite theirs may be removed ami plnettl Milder a tpfleler hen whose egifs ore il.tie .iro hun lreila of 'Oeh llauie n that contain the dead ot liali'Mne at the may time.lie An InrtiJmlor us.il to also A mem a. About 70,0fl0 men of ours keep the rardest lutfelttsl rhi. ki u 'll I l lu'.lle warm. In ens, they are remowtl the irrve r. majn, of all these friioi lite nest. If the PKgx hntih un ' Th. v have vanished fr.ir evenly, tlitiae whieh are alum In hatch Fhey were ent 3.00U ing ma tf plum! iimler other hens. .tr' h 'i rei r the seaa tu do th Md-i- r as hens often get rewltwi afler n part f th tountry and they did it of the thlektns are out, nll.iwln.- - the I in.f guv all thy had to give "that remaining t ga to lietYitni. rtstleil nt the sliaidy henl Is neeev-Nir'a- -t fab n .aunt- - of ilwotmn" it sol. ery time when the nml any l!einoe dier- - lift-heggs which hull' nut hattlusl a sunn ', I fet I n anil hoin.v Unit a the liatthlng I mcr. lien should .ui.itevcr minht happen to them, that be fid ns Mum a Kilble afltr the are halcheil, n ftedlng It mis i..ern n nnd the Americans would go to keep thrm quiet; otherwise many i. and flnish up the job. They wer-no- t In mnM asking that some one else take hens will lene the nest. their own immediate, and personal envs It Is best Hint the bin remain on tlie net nml hroiKl the thlcki n for job, oir their hands. nt lent In hour nfttr the hatching I They died feeling thnt whatever over. America was callttl upon to do in Use Insect Powder, up the Hun would be attended I'oniler the hen wllh a good Insect to. They may not frive looked for pnwilt-before moliig her and the ward to what niU't be done after the chickens to the broeil coop. The lien war, though nu.ny of them tlidr for hoiilil be ilusieil eery two weeks, or some of the best brains of America na often ns hccesury, until the chick-en- t ore mam!. If lice lied in Fiance thick Hut every uiiu of lhoc graves in on the chicken, or If they art troubled with "hind lire," n ery little grease, France represents a pledge that other Americans have mede to see the thing "1Kb a bird or wiMllne, may be npjplletl with Hie lingers on the head. through. ."ow that the actual shed iierg. tinner tile wing, and nroiiml tlie ding of blood linn reused and the' Iloche is whipped and cowed, there are other things to be done that these ' men would have us tlo. I1V V. M. MOIIIIISOV. Corp Awhile hiick the Sismal photographers sent hack to Amerirn a ,Ctim, taken during Prs'idont Wilson's Hint virit to France when tnu I'e.n-- Conference opened. the foreground stood President ' He was looking out over low. sloping hillside toward n fringe .if wood in tin-- distance. The whole In !.' ovi r which he wan looking w with Ihn littli" U'.'U crnmi. I lay ,n American it .i r I'icrv it i nil the cm was written i ' 'idn.e, Inn rank and hia reel mental Vermin Powder to Keep Away DreoJ Coops Should De Moved Weekly to Fresh Ground Shade It Ctscntlal. i I (!) I I (!) Four and Six Shovel Riding Cultivators, Stiff Section Lever Harrows "GO" tooth. McCormack Disc Harrows, Double Shovel and Five Tooth Plows. Genuine Vulcan and Oliver Plows, Sherwin-Williaim I (!) I if I (!) ''nr. Paints and Varnishes of all kinds and colors. Automobile tires of all kinds and sizes. ii)' $ l!) "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED'. I (!) (!) BECKER, and BALLARD. I ii) ii) I I PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. v The Peace That's Come. Peace was never more welcome, COLDS INTERFERE WITH BUSINESS Dr. Kind's New Discovery relieves them and keep you going on the job Fifty continuous years of almost ur.faUincchcckinjand relieving coughs, rclJj nnd kindred sufferings is the aducvemcat cl Dr. luag's Jcw discovery. Grandparents, fathers, mothers, the j alt liavc used and are usins it ai the lufest, surest, most pleasant-ttak- c remedy they know of. Sold by all drusjists everj-wherItddh-- Keep Bowels On Schedule Late, retarded functloninj throws the whole clay's duties out of gear. Keep the system cleansed, the appetite lively, the fctomach staunch with Dr. King's New Life Fills. Mild and tonic in action. i"UJ tvtrywhirc. "It t I Dally Theuaht. the sail of ..i I I- .- ..hicr-atlo- n, In. Mi'1" are Bird THE 1919 BUI6K SIX is extraordinary and excellam 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. Will there ever be such another ay in America us the one on which of peace was the lirst intimation flashed across the world? N'ono of us will ever forget that be paid. The government day. It stands out in your memory must like a spray of lightning ncross a mid- charges must be supported. More than nil the boys who were night sky. And how- - the bottom fell out of wounded must be rehabilitated; those brought back. Cost must not be things! And American thanksgiving swept who nrc yet over there must be reckoned. ill before it! YOU and I and our neighbors must Throughout the length and breadth of the land bedlam was loosed. It serve Uncle Sam to the finish with our It is the very least wc can was like a torchlight procession of dollars. Fourth of Julys. It swept us all with do. Victory-Liberty His Loan must t it. enthusiasm; caught us nil in its over the top. mesh; made n rollicking howling mob And WE must put it there. of us. And nt that it was about the great est occasion the world ever saw. New D'sease. Fir the menace of world enslave- liny rum seem In be the favorite ment was removed. The tianger o' beverage now-- , with a gretn-eolorellan .itroclty was past. The possibil- - hair tonle running n cln-- e second. it of lTussi.tn world dominion for- - Several of our limn DruinnirK seem "r dandruff of " Coop Brood Used on Government ev or set aside. And the threat of ex-- 1 '' 1 mr.scrlpt. the llver.-Uo- Mon Farm at Oeltsville. tcrtnmate indemnity wn, over. Peace had come! vent. Creat care shoiilil he taken, how i Triumph Over Necessity. I'l'lhting ns ended beyond ever, not lo gtt loo much gren-- e on V.inl eod begins when we have In litj of revival. (Jermany's teeth the chicken, a It will slop their growth and In some ciim-- may prove aie tliatsne (i(.i;hl m, ,mvi vt,n ,, fatal. could not renew the ttrugi;le if she tlll nlllv, .s ul ;. Keep Orood. Coop Clean. I!ut (ie.mnny too is tirei of , ,.,v jn.v fully and lmpo- fully t.i.iy when we have reconciled Tht. brood eiip Innild be cleaned at w.irfare. lenvjt once a week mid kept free from All the world is surfeited with S.IC- -' ours. lv i"t to Necessity; nnd thu In triumphed over It, nnd felt mile.. If mites are found In the coup, r'lt.e an 1 sutlVr.pg, vwth maimingMiul ' It should be thoroughly denned nnd di.iiguremcnt N'ccos.ity vve are free. Car- War" and death. .prayed wllh kerosene oil or crude '' .. our .ias faded forever. From one lo two Indies of sand or dry .dirt or u thin layer of straw or line liny hoiild be spread on limed coop the IliKir of the should be moved weekly to fre fi !"!; ground, preferably where there Is new- -- h: : t:i p. ' u 'I. v. Hit; ha gins. Shade I very essential In rear ,.H k. M : 'I i 4i r ing chicken, especially during vviirin wenlher; therefore tho coop should de placed In the simile whenever ins. .i. . - y slide. A conilli'lil makes line range C 'pWis.w for young chick, a owing In cnlllvn Men of the ground they get ninny bug' nnd worms nnd have fresh soil to run on. Brooding Is Difficult. Tho proper brooding of chicken I one of the most dllllctilt operations on mnny poultry farm, especially for the beginner. Many poultry keeper who (vtuco pohtY ni hi fH are able to obtain good egg telds and good hatches make u failure of brood' At. i p SVMM V' . H .ng chicken, either In raising only n Lrticiency TMarsi KMC Ij small percentage ot the chickens Fifty thousand DcIcoLight plants in operahutched or In falling to rear strong. tion on farms are saving at the vigorous bird which develop Into good most conservative estimate, an hour a day llroodlng Is still In breeding Mock, each or over 18,000,000 work hours a year. the experimental stage, nnd no ono sy Thcl i'j equal to an army of 60,000 men teni lias given perfect satisfaction. working ten hours a day for a full month. Delco-Ligis a complete electric light CAPITAL BEGIN WITH-LITTLand poiur plant for Lums and tuburban never more appreciated. But to make the most of it Uncle Sam must finance it jut as he did the war. The industries must be protected. The merchant marine must be completed. The outstanding bills 'r' ,. ":":'. ;... ' i. .. www ii PK. Increases rarm For Raising Live Stock Plenty of Pas ture and Feed Are Essential for Profits. Live Mock raising may require more capital, especially when one must begin without any facilities. Hut It Is possible to make a beginning with little capital. Plenty of feed and puiture ure essential for profitable live hock raising. ADVANTAGES OF SHEEP FLOCK homes. It furnishes an abundance ol clean, safe, economical light, and operates pump, churn, cream separator, washing machine and othir appliances. Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory It is also Fghting rural stores, garages, churches, schools, army camp stations, . . Give us n trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage Company , PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Good Crop of Wool Is Insured for Market and Fertility of Soil Is Built Up. CENTRAL KENTUCKY LIGHT & POWER COMPANY. W9 W. SHOUT STKKKT. The man who Invests lu u flock of sheep not only Insures a good crop of wool for the market; he builds up the fertility of his toll, so that It will grow any Mud ot a crop be may like to tow. I.EXIFGTON, '""'' KY. W. S. SMATHERS, Local Representative. fhe Central Record. Lancaster, Job To Insure Peace. It is our Job to insure n just pence It Is our Job to heal In tlie world. the wounds anil gupr of war ns rapid-l- y men as they can be ho-il- i !. T'i who died love.l A.iurUu r.s they knew ,t. TV them it was lite bent country in nil the world. They would like to lave it nwrto Into the America tlmv A' they knew before tin war mini'. coiintn of iac" and of opportunity That IjiiuI of ilrnves up in northern I'r.itue Ims a idr.ng claim upon lis. 'li.e men .ho he there, at llellcnu nt, and Chateau-ThierrW.o.l Ky. Thursday, Apr 24. 1919 Her Decision Br GENEVIEVE ULMAR lOopjrigbt. lata, Phoenix (Bafeteria Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, tr W.itra N..p.pr Ceta.) elo-en-nt STOP! LOOK! A tnllllnn iliillar elrl Mt In nil 8 Kentucky. HOME COOKING POPULAR PRICES SELF SERVICE Most Complete Cafeteria in the South. InncuMly hoMlns n pari!!'! hut Iter head and lloteiilni; with forced attention In the aplil chatterlni: of two ihindllliil joiini; Mirlk' of uealtli. Slio inaiil-fen.1 latent wenrllie', an olnlntu Sos on, and Charpentry, at Hxer-r.ioanil liniilny Mill, nt Clieppy ami loleratlou. eiinienleil Willi niiiii' til Yntupiois Hill would not rest easy In Her ehantTeur started tip Ihe their graves could the knowledge1 al her word, mid Ml" llhlrn reach them that many Americans js.ltik hack IIhiii the hixurlout were doing their best to forget the lliitliiii ullli ii tired clali. Then, war and nil that the war has mount. iienln lufiire tin- - hp of u It would be hard for them to under-- 1 fahliiuahli' inoillite. rhe luiuiliil the the old, careless. Indiffer- elinuffeur a "lirt IM, whlili he dellv-eni- l, stand that ent mood could ever come over Amer- -' and when he returned tn the machine three Elrl frleuiN Wf o lined up icn ngain. Doubtless with that new and clear nl Hi" eurli ciimepdin; ullli tlie jouni; vision that comes to the soul released helrc". Arden lleiley wii forceil to IMen they can see new danger and pitfalls, Not n to the Khallow liotlilnci ullered hy the in the path of Americans. the nulii ihallerlni' erniip. Then mun of them living but would sorrow-t- nraln started up lie heardai Mi Hut-fo- n see Americans failing in their utter a ettlh. wearied exelaiun-Hois over. duty now that the war It wai the tlrt time he had We have not done all that we set1 drheii the inndilne, hailiie I n em- out to do when these men Joined the, plojeil hy John Mimre. the tiiiele of Hiittiui. Ilia day prelnu. The colors. True we hinc beaten the Ml Hun, we have arranged to give peace' Inlter did not run know Ids inline, hut she Hkt ileaantly: We are bringing the to the world. "Will you kindly drive nut ol town Americans back from France. Hut the wry decision to go to wur at far n you like; I d not cure to return tMI Io jmi .nvolwd us in other decisions Hint, know any late afternoon. restful. phtureiin' unit lly undertaking were nwny from thin Hill where I run get the Job we pledged ourselves to go follyf through with it to the logical end. Ardeu Iteiley IkiuiiI, ninrieliiitf at, And that end did not mean that we the woudrniK tieauty nf her face, were to throw uway our rilles and "The old river road winds In and out strip olf our uniforms and forget all for forty miles," ! said. "There Is a about the problems nnd dangers ami tieatitlful pmi.i'i from the hlulTs near Is that too far" difficulties, that are following in the Vim "N'ot at nil." wake of the war. .She fpt luuk In the sent with rlned eii' after that, and im further wordi ll hrtween them. When Were smiI;i' NEGLECT A llesley halleil it Was at the en-of ii rle lii the landseape. I'mm I lie npex nf the Muff Mls IMlltou cazed RHEUMATIC iihiii ii varhsl Mvne spread hefnre her like ii puiioruma. Her ejes wire niliiiuohlle, LISTEN! I jj We lire equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE REPAIRING We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. battery chanrer U'i. luivi. instnlli'il and are now ready for battery cliarj,'injr. With our Aceytelene and Oxyjren WeldiiiK we can weld 'must any broken part of an At any k'as i'IikIiu' or farming machinery. time you need help on your Auto, (Jus Enjrine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be yjlad to come to your rescue either day or nitfht. No jobs . too lartre or too small. We also carry a larj,re stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Casoline which irives more mileage than any other Ki'soline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garaire Open Day and Night. Satisfaction On nil makes of Automobiles or Engines. auto-mobile, A guaranteed. D0N7 Patrick .s & Conn. PAW HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. Go after It with Sloan' Liniment before It gets n dangerous lid enuie here II. Then I am to en hack to Vinton later" questioned Ar-i-h JOHN SKAIN, Manager. No Liquor Sold in Cafeteria. Apply a liuU, don't mi, let It prn. twinge! Same for trait, and good-b- y external acbes, pains, strains, stiffness of joint or muscles, lameness, bruises. Instant relief without mussineas or oiled clothing. Reliable the bin est tiling liniment year after year, economical by reason of enormous sales. Keep a big bottle ready at all times. Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. MILLIONS ARE STARVING; YOUR MONEY WILL SAVE THEM If you are not personally solicited for a subscription, won't you fill out this blank and f.nd It to Alfred Brandeis, Treasurer, 601 Paul Jones Building. Louisville, Kentucky? Our Bom Ftttd Them Won't You Fttd Thim I n. ESeaiUcacfey SftaG of rave, 2L1) -- To the American Jewish Relief Fund for War Sufferers I hirtwtth pUigt li ii. toy nutiv mohlle, with Ullllh he pllljed 11 (.'rent deal, dm' iiMiriiluir his mother was hnsy nml couldn't dres him whin he auukened, so she put h!i:i III his likll chair and uns uNmt In place him up to tin- - tnhle wl he snlil. "Oil, ninniuin, I don't want tu he parked here." Hilly s the omiit of im We Must Not Drift. It did not mean thnt we were to let the country drift on evil ways and days. That we were to let unemploy-- , ed soldiers beg in the streets nnd nc- cept charity. That we were to let the War Itiak Insurance lapse for want of money tu pay the claims that arose under it. That we were to our solemn pledires to thi farmerr of this country thnt if they would raise nil the wheat they possi- hly could nrow, that we would pay bushel for it. them $2.'JC it meant that we were to keep our, pledne, spoken, and unspoken and our solemn word whether it was (jiven or implied. Tu do nnythini: elso would ho treachery to the thousands of Americans who sleep the sleep that knows no dreamini: in the little nrmy cemeteries in the Inch hills of the Ar- onne Wood inn! the tlioujnnds who s lie In the jzrent mililarj ' at Prance. Not I011K ago an Ameriinu trade a plIitrimtiKe throuith the snows of late winter to the luittlelields of last Sep tember and October. He saw the ruined vlllae.es and the rusting barbed wire black nuaiiift the white back- trround of the snow. He crossed the old Hoc lie trenches, the trees that) looked like insane trees, broken, 11 jrravo-ynrd- "If you ileue," she refsindsl, anil her ees iisik III his dice with attention for Hie tlrt inuiiieut. He rcmrteil tu Mr, Minire that he was tn go for Miss Ilultou I.ilo In the' At four o'eloik Arden nfterniHiu. droe hnek lo the hpot where he had She uus lluhel, left MUs Iliitloii. ulmost einhurriisseil, he fnlnl.il. Her wraps were nowhere In sight ; hho hanilisl him a senled euietnpe. "Vou will dellier that to Mr. Moore, please," she uld. "When he questions you lilt him I left 51111 no Indication if where I una going. That Is all. and thank you." She tlltted uuay ulllmut number word, Icuiiiig Arihn fairly stiiclhsk He felt sure that these abrupt orders cmcrcd some strange acllon mi the part of Miss IHittou. Mr. Misire ipies-tlone- il til in clo-cl- y when, with a star-tie- d tare, lie read the letter. He asked In detail of the mysterious trip. Thin lie looked decidedly uiigry. Ills Up I tightly. el "You need sny nothing of (Ids InciAnion dent to others" I"' obcried. Her saw no more of Miss Duttoo. mi nit- was not mentioned In tlie housu. Another yiiung lady had appeared, ..n.l ........ ill.. ..!.... l....p...ul II.m. trlilni. .lllv'(n Mis When Love Comes. tone as oii don't hue nn.thudy iiiiiih. )nnr iharaeler Is like 11 car-'i- i In winter, "lie ilrine is under n cless shioh and nlmllier Is iniensl nor with lraw, and all f lliein are Irendfiilly plnrhisl nml slikl) 'I hen hue loini's hy nnd It Is sintiiner nnd jour irarden rejoices nnd hlisniiis like the roe, nlth'iiit Jour tmtherliu! nh.'ii' it nt nil. r.llen Thnriie) croft 1'iinler. I The Door. I'eiv s'rsnns reallre what n modem Is the rmntlhir ihsir. No plllnlllle siplfS hnle. or eler did liiiie. ihs.rs; the srenl temples nf had ihrwa)s, Kejpl and of of course, hut no doors. Oflin Ihere were llks and tnjiestrlcs hum: out the dsirwn)s or doors or irntes. hut i nn I?' ihsir (iroper l nles.diit.-1eu-"ini-iitn liltur), of miMlern rhlUrnllon. NOTICE BIDS WANTED T3ids ON TURNPIKE WORK. will be received by tlie Fiscal Court of . uhKh f Dollars, efr.t fa pay in o.'fU'ii'f ',,' .,. . ,,.i Garrard County, up till 10 A. M. SATURDAY, APRIL 26th, 1919, for repairing the following turnpikes in Garrard County Kentucky, for the year ending December 1st, lflli). m.ftn.ri Inn, 15 August I . - SlfMff Aiirtti Mas oecti tntt t u una iumbs. v ivm. eoi rwi low iumi Unit's. . BANKING BY MAIL 5te Absolutely Private CorSrrnt OUtaneitr.nO bct, v will brine our B?Jt6ur door, by using the '"3yp' 0 on of potiters cur mini lhjui'fi$ Mho "Bank fit INTEREST J U 4 Mt'VJhl Bank minigtd ty Or Of CCItful buiineisVnn u Uttl bflng A word Ujm of our ln, full Ckntl.W Vnot eoaM of OirC uc eiTUKi tjstiMai IanK QrtsMMil deriptn Cluivo fend'npo,3J. Lareit Jnk in'Jndjn RCSOURCCft 'Vout Homo AniwnoiQiS IM IO MILLIONS J GREAT SPRING RALLY thousand, one hundred Four hundred and .suventy-fiv- e Sunday School people request your presence ut and fifty-thre- e Church and Sunday School, Somewhere in Kentucky, on MAY 4, 1919 Reconstruction Days follow War "Except the Lord build the house they labor in vain that build it . THEREFORE, ACCEPT THIS MANIFOLD INVITATION! The Kentucky Sunday School Association, Inc. twisted, convulied. There were no smashed und di- abled tanks lyiui; on the hilUlopes. There were no murks on the fields to show wheie the American guns had, stood und hammered ut the Hun. There were no dead horses, no smush-- i ed trucks, no broken wagons lying In ' sight. The snow hid nny gas masks, J helmets, pucks, and smashed rifles that might have been lyinjr there, t I The snow had come and erased many the old murks of battle that Mere so plain when Americans last passed that way. There were no dead men, but there were many, many graves I Quarries will be furnished by the county where the county l of him, llred of tin- - owns a ipiarry, otherwise the contractor furnishes his own hliiiiu, hollow life of rlchcx ulone, nnd metal. Stone must be broken to pass through a 2 inch ring in that he had Iiiimmi 11 new- heiress. its longest diameter.. At the end of tun months Arden All .Metal must be spread by contractor according to direcllesley pave up Ids position as ihauf-f- t County Ktmd Kngineer; must not be spread with scraper. nr. II had heeu iissiiiiuhI only to tion of ID 11). keep from helm; Idle durlic the sum- Kock must be spread between Oct. 1st and Dec. 1, Sections to be let are as follows: mer Mientloii, He was prlm.lpal of 11 District No. 1, Lancaster. school and must now return In his reg Sec. No. It, Sugar Creek pike '2." rods broken convenient to ular ilillles nl HortoiiNlIle, llfly miles distant, where his mother and sister pike and left in pile not spread. kept hoii-- e for him. Section No. 1 ISoone's Creek pike, rock or gravel. It was Ids slstrr I.ella who met 111 111 District No. 2, Hryantsville. at the ihHit with 11 warm welcome Section 5. liuena Vista ami Kentucky Uiver ( ) rods rock. and the words; Section No. 7, Polly's Iieiid pike ( ) rods rock. "I luiie soiaelldng tu ti ll oii hefnro Section No. f, I'.uena Vista and liurgin ( ) rods rock. we ki home. It Is 11 strauxe story," District No. !J, Buckeye. anil lliehit were Its ilelulls: Two Section Teatersville and Hradshaw Mill, rock and gravel. luonllis previous Miss Dultoii had apSection and Kirksville and Nina Turnpikes, Foleys store to peared tit their home near the bluffs, Union and Paint Kick bridge, 25 rods of rock. Komeihlux In lh uskiui: for u im-ul- . neat, cheerful old house had attracted District No. .1, Paint Kick. her, her two hostesses, humble, modSection 1, Double Toll gate to Cartersville, gravel. est and hopllahlc, hud (harmed her. Section No. .'1, Fall Kick pike, John Dutlderar's to Lincoln She told them she had been 11 shcool-teachCounty line, (Snivel : also contract for abutment, concrete or ami hud been taken from Hint Creek and repair to bridge. position til'become the heiress of John frtonc. on Drakes Section IS, Kowell and Gillispie Pike ( ) rods rock. xperliiunt had shown Moore. Tl Section 0, Paint Kick and White Kick to John Wynn's, 2 her the hollow ness of the new life Into Shi1 miles: gravel. which she had been ushered. miles to Wallaceton, gravel. Section 7, Same 2 asked leave to become a boarder until sihool hej:an ukuIii, hoping tu siiuro Section 8, Point Keavell and (iooch pike, gravel. u teuihcr'n position, Section '., Walkers Kane pike, gravel. "We knew that you bail secured 11 The bids will be on sections, but bidders will not bu restrict-t,.lt uft,.r nr.. x t)lltt)lll ,,. had written 10,, (, heiress. sealed and a bond to be Leila, "and hud been her chauffeur, required for double the amount of the bid ami shall be approv-je- d hut we decided tu say notlilm; of Unit, by the FiscalCourt. Said bidder will present with tlie bid UI11. .11,1 mil vtnir iiiiiii... lull klu. ' ,, wultl.( unxl..usly, hoplm; that ou the names of his proposed sureties. ,. The bids shall be per rod, of 225 cubic feet, and contractor ,IM. Inthienee In seeuro her , will be required to comply with his contract; otherwise his bond tin, position she desires." There was mutual emhiirniMsuient will be tleclaretl forleiteil. All bids must be filed with the ukeii tliosn two met. hut It was of County Judge, on or before 10 A. M. April 2Cth, 1919. Then new uiipiulut- hrlef duration. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all uun-sMdrifted rupldly Intn mutual " "' '" procssieii ed to one section. Said bids will be i j,lr "I'l"""''"""''. sand for u man whu, like herself, ills-o- f Kv,ra ((.miWt wrMU uU( dM mt bM.one ul.m.ri )Ut he be. u icuclier'ii bride before tbe wu over. ''lr bids. yr J. A. AMON, COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 24, 1919. HOW TO GROW IRISH POTATO Planting of Late Varieties Should Da Dona Late In May Maintain Good Cultivation. (I'rriutml br the ItnltM Htalrs mrnt nf Aarlt ultutf- - ) sulli-i- l Id A rlrli, sandy loam Is tin' prnductlnti nf IrlsJi pntutncs mid Ilic fertilizers ctiiplnji'tl slmtilil mil-tnl- n hlc.li I' rri ri( n ir- - of piitash. Tin Inn ll crop nf Irish piilnlncs fur family use should In grnwti elsewhere, I iiit n small area nf early uncs pri'i-crlThe bclntics In llm Imam canti-ii- . pn pnrntliui nf I lit mill should ho tin1 same ns fur cnnli ti imps, Ilnrly ilutiMi "linuM iu planted nt In tin- - spring ns It li fcnsthli' tn Minn work the land. lrrcportttc nf Inmllty. Late iKilnlni"! nn cxtcnlcly crown lnnilil III t Ik- - North, nliil the plantlne In- - dime late In Mny nr ilnrlni: .limr. Tin rows shuulil be tint less llulli '2 fiit n j.ii r t mill the lillN V.' In 1." s ninrt In tin- - rmv. Ijiy nff tin" with ii 1 Imrse plow nr IWrr 1 CARDS. M. S. I'aloo.) WE HAVE THE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET u The Day's End By ALDEN CHAPMAN iCupjrlgbt, Ittlll, L, Wt.l.rn l"t Buick AND Mtipi HATFIELD I.ri-MDENTIST Trnl iirrnyiil lipwlf 111 If Office cvr The Garrard Bank fnr n "lati- - iHTiilnu, llnr irnwni wen-fi'Mrlrlly i li pnnt, hut nlm Phonrt Office 5, ftr.ilrnce 376. nml imt Innktil prttty lis n picture n slm left LANCASTER, UfNTUCKV. a light lirr riiinii. patitliis: tn I'l'i IiivIiik kl-- - upnti tlm i lurairt uii'iit i lrcli't upnti Imr IliiKi r, mily a fnw ilajn nlil. Tlmn lli pri'i'ini mmiih'iI In art n Inci nlHi' unil rrinlliilf r. Sin' npt'tiiil ii il'imir in tlm Imi'inii nml fmui :i fmliil, lllni-wncan ti'li't n rllitf with an nlil.fn-lilnni'- it HiltniriPtrict riMi; Kiiriimuiili'il liy a lirlllinnt whllt- - mmV J.Byrne illntimttil. ms D odge $ g 8 1 A demonstration will convince you It i n Opposite Gilchcr rrltiitnl n Helit rlMilInc tlm pum Office Hours 8 to 12 and h i -- lly nf Imr imn lirltlit i'Ji-i- . Mfin-nr- y Ili'r nji's urn- tinilir ami mNty DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Hotel. 1 to 5 p.m. and relieve your undecision as to the car to buy. g p 1 Irish Potatoes. titnl drop Ilic III H KINNAIRD ril, mm nr Iwii pieces llir ImiIIiiiii nf tilt fur rnw. Cmir ifil tn it depth nf linl"", ii'lni: n hoe nr a I nhout horse I'Iiim fur the piirMie, One In will be nspiins! fnr tin' thru1 wis-MitMt In liillli' up, ili'lHIiitinc iiniii tlm tempi raturc nf t will. Tin1 erntiml may freeie -- Htlitly ii ft i r I In- - planling lino lutu ilnnc. hut dims tint tlllill Ml ftillj: no tin' fns--t tin- - sciil pAtatn-- s im tHirm will result lii'jriti as soon as tin' ninl emu Hi will n nil. roll becomes sullicl-iitlphice III s BROS., Agents. U ami pcrviulliiz. "In lin'iii" nf Alati !" lm wliKpcri'il ili'Miut-- i "Siin-IIn' l wnrlliy. ami It N nur tii- -t nmi'tini; fnr a Inns, Imu tlnn'." Tlm riiiic wn-- almiit nil in tlm wnrli) him-iiI- . nf alim that l.i'-li- lu Hit it iipnn Iiit a iniithiT linil . ila-feu Iiifnrn lm illml anil In'sliia liail clmri-hi- il If n ncri'il iimiiiciitn, Alan liauli luli limkril llki- - an iirll-- t. ami wnt mm. Tlm ili'llcatt- nf llN fiicn attrtlti'il I'M'll tlini- - nf n, nartT ninlil. Art lunl lnm his ami tin' -- inpn ntnt t'lii'tnirmri'iiii'iit tun nf a Miiall Inlaml rity hail alilllly, his anililtlnn iiarniM fnr hl nml hi. ci'iilus. Pinll) tin- - ilay Has iljlnj "licfnri-I'M'titlilIt hall Im llzlit!" Air ami -- ky wt-rIn liarniniiy witli a -- uliihii'il i'nlluu'iif. In tlm wo- -t tlm lat ras or flu' -- mi fiuiiii'il a faiillkt- - -- plftiiliir, nhlli- - a .v J. A.Beazlev OIHre Over Nation!,! Hank. Hesldence I'liere 3. OlCce J'hone 27 LANTASTIC. KY. ruNiiR all director M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint. Ijtck. hjadnthltm , him. LANCASTER, KY. nf 'iiimpy ,s snnti lis 111' l't!ttii-- nppmr ahnw cmund nnl tlm rows can bo fnlluuiil, llii' urfmi' mil should be well stlrrisl harrow-tnnthi'-- thatlnii iy means nf mm nf tlm milliliters. HimhI ut shnuld Im iiMltitnlniil tliriiucti-nu- t ltli men tn minimi litiml hnelns". If isv-snr- y, Vnp tln Krnuml fno fnuu weeds. tin- - Inst the mil may In- - well Toward worked up nrminil tin plants in onl,-to bold tln'in in t nml pmlirt tubers fnmi tin' nun after the lni' b gin tu illi. tlm eniMlni: s,nnti. HAVE CHICK BROODER READY Disraeli cn Character. " lUrn TliiTi n a itnIi In tlm Tliiii. fnriniiiiKii nf i Immi iit. wrntn liNmi'll. iiihI frmn It fmtn tnan.v riiu-!"- . mill. "itn-ri-Triiliiiik." Aunt ' mitm ulili-lnil tlm urfHv nrn npptir Milil. In It." Tln ti ci rim uitlv ni'ii trllnl. Hut tlm nult It "Wnli tin' e rni" nut. Aunt N. III.-.- " tin- Minn : ii ".uililrn r.'i-tnllntn nur-M'l- u n-A llltiT till llttli' fillnw; s nf nur M'rri t piirii-ii,-i nii'l it ; n pliii- nf mini. IiH n inntiltlnti nf nur tmrhap Innc-Iiail- -nv n It Hi' nilil, "N'n, iiuiit lii rsiil lilui fur il t ii t ihiw tn:it.ti rful ciinilrtlnip;. I Aunt illli-- . p ruii In II. A'tnt S'i IIIiwiw rln'uitit: mini i;iiiii. Hi Mini. Aunt Xilll.'. Eli' inn Unit bum." "N". l.lttli- rrnlt-rli- He ntmrmbered. In i Tm Popular Erlti'h Deveraj.-- . Tin i tin' tiii'-- t ii p.il.ir nf HrllMi ' I'i'i anil Im -- ip" nf W'mti I'n'i livtl'i liiturtit Unit "Inn nliiipi" wrri iil ImlnK fur iilinli'simm -- mall In' r tn tlm ili'trlnu'iit nf tin- pnpulnrn N tlio l'i lili i'ii.v, 'tlm nip ilint -- . n.m; tiiTit.' ilrlnk nf nl! ''.i Ii In calil Hint tliiTi" liai hi'i'ii any tunrk-I'l- l pcnpli! ili'tirliii'lltlnn nf Knli-l- l llinuiull nitl-tm- it lllillllsi lli'n 111 ti'll. It Should Of Warmed an1 Regulated When Younlj Dlrdi Arrive Keep Chlcki Warm. nf Arrrli ulturi l lmvn n .tiuiilil h tn Ii riipitriil fnr tlm Ktn niiily. lillllil'iT nf ilillkn Imlicllt i iirtii.il, tinil ri'Kuliiti-i- l wln n tlio itilika y PUBLIC SALE OF i th" lnltHl MMr IVpnlt-inrn- t llii)ir lrnnli r nrrld'. nf tlilrk' If. fnr liny ri'Hwm, tti Ihi'ikIi r In tint rruily, tllki' tlm illlrkx fri'lll Urn lllf pine lm In n uiirm mum; fiiil, mul rrturii tn tlm Imi ; mpi nt nt liitrnnH nf llirm liuiirs until tlm lirnmliT I" Stock, Implements, Household and Kitchen Furniture Having sold my farm in Garrard County, one mile North of Bryantsville, Ky., on the Lexington and Danville pike, and having to give possession May 5, 1919, 1 will sell without reserve of d on by-bi- llm ntti'iitlnn tn riiiulutlni: liriNuliT fnr lli rniufnrt nf llm rlilrk. Thin U llm tiint tmulili''ini' utatn In tin- - (ipi'mllnii nf a liriMnliT, nml llm llli'-- t t'tllll'lll I" rlml In tlio lift' nf tin' i lilc I;. I'nr tlm llrt fr" itn tln iry ' FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, tlm art CLIMBING VINES, "Anil nil! wrnle Alan, "my SEED POTATOES, cr. lielnc Is ttiurapt in n picture, the RASPBERRIES, tliellle nf wlllell - tlm ml nf that I'. i: ful ilnj vlien Iat we aw one CRAPE VINES, ani'llit r am. t nur mils eeliieil tn inerce PERENNIALS, Inn, a new wnrhl nf weelne-s ami - leauty. 'The IMj's Km!- It hall he HEDGEING ," ---- fiiriii.il it rurtalti illi'rlflt-ianil spread nt-tin tin- - cnM. I.t t.l.i fnutiil in half-m- i Itnlui; In a Mini nil tin- - pnri-litic clancu IHctl mi lianiinisk. Ills tlm far t;l"lli-- - linrl.nn. Tin- ilaj's nml!" hi- - tnuriutircil mft-ly- , a l.i'-liJnlmil him. "Ilnw lit'auttfiil 1" ht- - said In an auitl. )t-- t ,'iinipturi-i- l tnim, ami tlmn, In his nwii, they sat Imr haml mutely i'iu'm-- t il iiiuIit the ih'II nf a silent e that wns eliHiucnt. Smil mki-tn -mil. hut liftter thus fnr tin- - hnly nf tin- - liniir -- ei'iimil tn lift tlinin 'lmri'. They wntthti! Intn n higher s llm -- hailnns eiinif, tin- - raillant ky fail,' ami ilarken. Then nut.' clow-In- c star eanm nut, nnly nne. "I hall think nf jnu whenever I cazn at that Mar.' spnUe Alan, 'aml oil, lay that will I Mry I'M'iithle. s mm! this linur nf happiness Is the tnipreiim itmiiieiit nf nur exist-ee." , I.es-hl.iThat Mar. that mm e, s the upllftini: sou! nf nil nature nmlilisl their eternal tll'frs Into the warp ami unnf nf Alan Itawlelch's career. After he 1i.nl ci'im tn tlm city, weekly a, i heery a letter fame tn He hail fniiml ami full nf nptlnil-ii- i. -null. i riini with a n teran painter, mm lilies I.nrne, mul his frenil-h- li had anil limuuiit a new Jny intn Alan's life. He ht'il liitrisliiei'il Alan Intn mlrmiiisl aril tie circle-- , lunl fnunil hlui inne i-i k picture nnrk that nfTiirileil hint a 1!x ti, anil hi'tl etienuraseil him In tiuike an effnrt fnr rei nKtiillnn frma iv Sr. Pi'intus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Answered Promptly 1'hone 317. KCNfLCSCY. Day or Nijbt. LANCASTUR, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John N). McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. GIVE ME A TKIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Olllce Hours - alas KENTUCKY. Slore. 7:3iM)pm. oer Sti'iiues l)ru -1 a.m. p.m. K'OTICE BACKED BY SCIENCE $ (l'ripriil l.iri by the t'nttnl Htii uf Acrlcullurv ) IWe&nesday, April 30t3i, 1919 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, One-hors- e 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 chick ens, Hams, Bacon and Lard. TERMS:-A1- 1 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. tiHik part In u Mi: pai'imt nf Imya ami slrN' rluli llrit tllliil llm rail- - truck nt tlm Knlr at Slniix t'lly. I II. Ill Kt fllll. 'llii" Kiultry rluli iiiriulH'rM li luiiin.T Willi a li'diiil truth Iiik iicmt Ih'i'II mio 11't.nfully ili'iiliil. Tlii'lr hIheiiii JlllllU'inlll nllltry llllli IIH'IIP uliin wik: 'Tlm Iniiiinitul Sim Ni'irr Sflx." I It'll. WIiiim- - S W?W(ll)WW?')WIKW'WU EXERCISE AND FRESH WATER Two Thinm aa Nrcetiary at Feed for Poultry Sueeeii Look to Oomtort ef Fowlt. as ffi'il, nntl ho lll ovrrliM-liotliltiK that will iiiM pniiifnrt ami imp r that will ri Jnyiimiit t tlio iluco thu tliiui mul lulmr Invnlvcil In ntti'tiillut: tlio llnik. that cxiri'lm nml purn wiitor nrn Tlm ticct'ful piiullrytnnn knimti n fils FOUR PRIME HOME UTILITIES Wlter Supply, Sewage-DlipotPlant, Heating and Lighting Syatemt Are Needed. ccraplcto A roml water fiipply, plant anil cfTeftltre owa(i(llcioi-a- l ayalniw coniU-tu- t floating ami Hiilillnc the four prliiu- - ulllllli' of th fariuhouKP, the fuundutlnna of Mfe, comfortable llTlof. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. LYNE & ROBINSON, Real Estate Agts and Auct, J. W. Glass Nicholasville., Ky. the elTnrt nf my life ami the nne Mar may hltm nn us tn Illumine our paths tn fame and fiirtum'." It was a little after when n letter written In an iiiifamllliir haml came tn a. "(llles I.arne," It was nml It Inlil the anxlmis ami alaniieil I.e-that her llnnre hail hmkeu ilnwn friuii worry ami oerwork ami was In n serlnu- - cnnilltlnn. At mice l.e-li- la nrrmii:eil In pi tn the oily. An aunt there; she went tn her Imiim ami tln-In lilies Lame, who that Alan was In a lnr nml. actiirillm; to the ilnrtnrs. In fnr n Iniii: hiese nf sickness, I.e-h- lu stnnil spt llliniiml, ns for the llr- -t time Larue look her to the slmllii -- hnweil anil upmi tlm easel 'The D.ij'h Kml." The tears wnuhl come us she reeiii:iilrei hnw Alan hail Imhlliisl nml eprt eil the snulful lieauty of that l ei nllile. Anil there In the far west was the Mar their Marl That Is whore Alan hroke down," explained the faithful old veteran, "He tried all kinds of paint tn ret the gliiw ami sparkle nf tlm star and failed. The picture cues to the art I'xlilhlllon, hoMcvcr." "(Hi, Mr, I.nrnel" hurst forth I.eshhi liiipetunusly, "I linn- - n thoucht, a Ihoiiilit !" ami she spoke words that caii-e- il the old artist to ipilxr wllh the rarest excitement. When Alan Ilawlelfli was convaleswho miiiounceil In cent It was I.e-him that mil mily hail his pliture taken the llr- -t prize Imt a rich cuminls-seu- r had nlTeriil u fulnilous price for It. He was spellliound an he viewed Kallery. Ills work lii tin- - Kraiid The shlnhiL' star seemed fairly to pierce his vision, It was that unique emphasis that had charmed thousands. "Mother's iIIiiiiioihI Inserted In the cam as," whispered I.eslila, nml Alan ltawli'lKh understood. Another was substituted lufore the picture was scut tn Its purchaser, for the original one that had brought fame ami fortune was worn by Lcsblit on ere. their SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. TREE Illustrated Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON, JOHN WHITE KY. LOUISVILLE, KY. ft CO. Liberal aaaertmaat ad full veins (Mia RS Hldaa an SMt kiaa .. ' ' BuilRM,Phonoartphy TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING TPlPfiRAPHV )fn wITITJrrTsS IITI1 BUSINESS C0LIE3E In. iHhHt.UM'"!'", ht. (irwr In Itt hs year of tptint ttornttn W Dtl lAUktnt tuiinm, Uo 40 tniini rnn ntl vitinr-- fnr nrraB. Htf'r'ntrf Hr Udni HIL.H I'll H. .niTII.I-cincio- '. POSTED Tlio undersigned Vik to nil persons not to hereuy true warn trespass upon tur land: for any purpose whatever la we will proiecute nil oUcniler 1 the fullest extent of the law. Hunters nnd fishermen especially take notice. K. - Elkin. Mrs. Cora riiilllrs, Mrs. Emma Pantt-ls-, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Mfctfinbotham, Edd and N. II. Trice. S. C. Meshy. D. M. Anderson. It. L. Barker The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 24 1919. McSHEEEY Tobacco Setter f Finding Lest Wc Forget L -- Commissioner's Salc of Land. GARRARD "The tumult and the leutlng diet" The uni are ttlllto Prance. The boyt coming heme. The rrcr hat (jone from prayers, and meat Li can cheer without ars. The war It over." 'ut over there In .1 Mint France that the war't dramatic d, there It waste and astatlon. Thoutandt kOldlcrt of France l have no home-corn- . becaute their net are gone. " id seventy thoutard n e r I c a n boyt are ver comlno home, hey lie under wooden -set on the fields of anee and Italy, "lie American pecple going to show In , Liberty Loan of tcry that Victory rot made them for. l.:ee Ihlngt. .1. Out 3y EV2LYM LE3 - CIRCUIT COURT. A Scott, et al, VS, rialntltrt. Defendant. 7 Hi (Ci Jtlibl. 1113. I.- - Wititra J Nti,-ir-r Colon. f i r le lluil l shelled?" "ll lint I ii ii crlng matter tn in"." ntixw the young girl seriously, "It woitIoiI My father nearly to deaths II has boon on my mind ever since he nl I il.i not know what illol. secret win Involved, Imt while I (Vol It my falhor relcrred to It. iliity tn liHik Into the matter, lie good 111 111, Was father, 111 biltll WIH if u know, but UuTf mlslit IlllVe been n nillcp, n ti'iiiptiitlnn In (lie pnt placing Mm under the power nf nit enemy, n blackmailer. Nn, 1 cannot rest until I Know flip wort, nnd I 11111 ti get 11m facts concerning this m.vtTy. wlilcli certainly darkened my father's life." "Hut If your father m unable to free himself from what you licllcio to bo tlii1 otlnrtlnn of n ptTMin bavlni; miii o liolO upon Mm, bow inn you hopo to MllTI'llll" "I liino my plan." rrplli-i- l l.uollii, tlio wplrlt of ri'S,.lvo nri'I ronllilciiro In 10 r xloailfiiit "I know Hie niinu of tlio man nliom lio Imt lsltol jrnr nfi' r ji'iir. t liavo foiiml sonio leiti-r- i lio wroto to fiiihiT. Tlioy nn- - tiTso. sharp, ili'iiiaiiillui: pii.mihmiK mutually mi. If I maili' no nioxo. nml I'M'll If tllN AlKiill l.'lll.l III'MT I roil' r bint Hi n;aln, I oliouM bo lllnir Siviulncly I it coiistiiiit ilroail. ."hall ?n In tlio city nml rum my otvu 11 vine, but nil I inn tlilnklttz of N prulilns tlio myitiTy of ralli.T'f ilonl-liu'Willi Atf-oi- i l.mlil, laitjtT, llrook.4 bulliliiiu'. SprltiKtii'M." I.'jflla JIoro loft Iiit protty tut- Jn tho to.Ml Mltli no riuiliilauti' ii 1o In r ri al iirMit vxivpt Acton Itrlll, uliom "ho know sho couhl tru-- t. Sbo wn tiMi, nml hhe lrl, nti'l Inw-ty- , it found bonril nml IihIIiii; ultli a ohl laily Jut on tho eileo of thl' bulin"4 M'ctlon of tho city. Thou she lociitoil tho otllco of Anion I.iohl. ItScvoral tlnos lo pa-t- il iloor. roaillnc his naino iimih lt pnndH, Mio bo found In solo ocrupatit to 5011ns man whom iho took for n clerk. Then Mio Minimontil hor courage to ntti tiipt yet to square accounts. the tilan Mio li.nl foriiuil In hor tiilnil. Do He's asking us again to dig down Tan 1 Ji'o Jlr. Anion LiuMt" sho ' Inqulnit, bolns now near cnouch to Uncle Sam's doughboys, once they into our jeans and help him out. tho huppixoil dork to ohono that In! It was our war, our victory. jot into nction p.ut the finishing This is our peace none the less. win ii cry hiUuNomc ntul plcii"!!!!!-fitco- d touches on the world war in jotiu? man. Let's make the most of it. order. "I ntit his Fon, Robert LaiM," camo In their first big league clash with Subscribe to the Victory-Libert- y I tho oxplanalion. "My father illcil n'v the Hun they cave him to understand Loan to the limit. I crnl weeks sliici'. Dlit oit hao otno Do the job up brown. that a new element had entered the huslnen with him?" fiit. "Why, not exactly." nnsncrod It was pure, unadulterated Yankee "I hud hoard of him und wonder-o- il grit and spirit. If he needed my help In the oilier. And before it the prid? of the Hut of itiurM" " I'russian nrmy gave ground. By "What ran you do?" Inquired yomiR Mr. Luild. with it token of friendly Ininches at first, then by furlonghs, anil terest In his face. lastly by kilometers. "I understand the tjpewrlter und Then like lightning out of a clear ran tat!b Funic dlctatlou," sky cume the collapse. The armis To keep the little ones well, iturJjr tice. ' The ynitne man (seemed tn ponder. And happy, free of coughs, col Jt, ;rot pt Peace. little feiers and inflamed throats, usj IIi usked Iter name. She pave It us With the Stars and Stripes flying Verona Treham, fecllni: the decepFoley's Honey and Tar. tion eicuahle. over the Rhine. It is carefully made of selected rem The world at large knows now what 'Tell you. JIIss Trehnm." imke cJics that loosen and break up a cough, Germany knew after the first clash in stop croup and case an aching Inflamed ltohert Luild, after n pause, "there I the St. Jlihie 1 sector. American not much to do here, but I was think-In- s throat, and it is clean of all narcotics. 1 he prompt use of Foley s 1 loot y and of ndwrtlxlni; for Mime one to strength made further fighting sim-p- lj cough, taki rlmrce nf tho otllco when I am a wanton waste of life. Spelled ' Tar it ery helpful for whooping attends and the re.llvs iz eruh .late tUat husj mid tjpe n few letters occasionthe doom of Prussianlsm. Made ch:!Jr n't diseases. ally. You see, about all 1 have had If. T InU. IWivlIle, Vs. utiles: Kaiser Bill n fugitive. Oae (f tsy piffuna luj a trail) cttilj take ti do win to po over my father's paAnd while wo bought did1 TliV cme to my Mote an J vilhrruir. pers, nml Mirt them 'out nnd clean up u (bottled FtIvt llonryij Tar ami M'HM our part just as well in the limited lot of Useless ruh'd'li. W'hnl's left Is In uurulrs lie clu.J wl o&tly tt.Yffc4 way we could as the boys over there S IOKMES DRUG Si ORE. his old desk yonder." und l.uolla's ejps did theirs, there is yet another task plnwcil as they rested on the h:ittcril MiIntPil out by tin) old receptacle left for u. Pile Trouble c ouo!e. "My father owned u crout They are finishing up the job ovcr NVvir Uitr iikup mu kind of speaker. my main emj trmitilt lit a film-- . c yonder. nnr ileal of city properly nml Let's do urs up brown here at ' tlitvt' nil llwy Imw mm, nil thej ployment Is looking lifter ciortpapes Imtl, and all th.-ewr rxpect to und rents." home. il win I.uelln felt that prmltleni' Uncle Sam needs billions of dollars! lit...'. Anou. helplnc her lis she left the I.inh' oltice, i'IibiicihI to report for work tho next morning ft a reasonably pood sal-nrtn Tho dead laan's papers! Hud tho son illscoveiod ik'sk. & that poslble olio coloring the dealings !R s the JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF of'tbe old lawyer with her father? Ilvir these thoughts were In her ml ml during the test nf that week. A natural linpetuniiMioss liitllicwod her to H't at work nt once to Invesllpite that old desk, but II vns locked, utnl bo knew that Mm must use caution. The net tnornliig Jlr. I.nihl that bo would not bo ut the otlk'e the next day. The flrt tlilnt the follow lug morning I.uelln s t uhout Kin Investlgntliig tho old desk. worked ut Its lock with u wire until She was explorshe hml It opened. ing document nfter document when Jlr. lanld entered tlio nlllce. "Why. JIIs Tre.liiim. what Is this?" ho Inquired bewildered. I.uella Mood iighnst. Then her She Usual composure desertis bcr. felt pilllty and helpless under the ptze of her employer. She hurst Into Tobacco sticks are uwfully bcarcc this year, and tears nml toht her wholo story. "Samuel Morse" he repeated the those who wait, are uoinj,' to find it next to impossible name nfter her. "Why, I destroyed the papers lu that matter a month ago. to secure them at all. If you expect to need them, You poor, faithful, but mistaken child. you hud better et YOURS NOW. Your father did Indeed pay money to my father, but It Has tn protect the This is the only car we have boujjht, and we memory und family of u dear frluud will probably be unable to secure another, one like it. who Kohl my father n forged note." The reaction from the tense strulu uf feur was too much for I.uella. She tottered and ltohert lanld caught tier In his arms, ami then and there pity, tenderness, real Interest, fcurged up lu his tuul ui be told her how be lured MMfflmafflBBB bar. l Vnu iut.ko 11. laugh 1" spnse tip Ac dm llrlll. u i xhiii of t.tii'lta .Mor-i- '. "Wliy are Jim gi ing to dig iii n iluid 1 t5 ifjM W 4;: 1 RhvWy jtaaaaaVVBaaBBBBVLBam $80. Cash - No Cogs No Chains. The best and simplest tobacco setter made. See sample on display at our store. Pursun'it t' n Jii lciiirnt rendered lit the Mnrrli Trrni, HMD, the under-sign- c t'oinmi1eticr will sell nt public million before the Court Mouse 111 door lnnniter, Kentucky, nt 11 o'clock, A. M , 011 MONDAY. Al'lilt, an, 1UI1', It being tbe first day of the Garrard Countv Court Term, tbe real estate il mentioned ill the pleadings nnd follows; Itegitinitig nt a point '.' feet North-las- t of n jutiiiic forked black wiitmit, n new turner to Hamilton and Robinson, N sl 3 I W, passing corner to W. A I'loyil ut 5.r7 rliuiiis, n post at the end of a section of stone fence, ami about 'JO feit West of a small water gap 011 same course with Floyd, in nil i:i. L's chains to n stake in n fence mnl about 10 feet Southwest of a young mulberry, said stake is in line to I'loyd, and 11 corner to James A. Scott's IIP nrre tnirt; tlicnre iIivkk.ii W .'ID.oft line to raid trart S l.'l chains to a point nbotit 10 links South of the middle of tin- - U ami N. Railroad trait, to corner to same, N M K -- ..U ebaint to a point in the middle of the tract and corner to Speed r0 ncre tract; thence leaving trart mid with I.edford N 17 U.0. chains to a stake on a ridge, V. comer to same N H7 I2.P1 chains to n stake in said l.eilfonl's line and a new corner to Hamilton and Robinson; thence divhion line to I'. same with n worm fence N S 1K.70 chains to the beginning, conThe purpose of the sate herein Is to divide the proceeds among the joint owners thereof TKRMS. The sale will be made on 11 credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchnse price, said bond bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and elfect of n Judgment upon which execution may issue, pay-aid- e to W II. Ilrown, Muster of the Cnmird Circuit Court, nnd a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase motiev Is paid. v. if. iiuowv. m. c t;. c. c. J. i:. Robinson. Atty for I'llls. Concentrtte. and Win. If von would lb,' goal j, m have stsrtid .on to nllsln stop sqium-derin- g end then, lnieud i.nir of hoiiiI, r un whv .ni tme fsiliM lull will ! siirprl-.-- .! in tlml yourself on the road to siii-ieI'or vmi will have neci'inpll-hei- l more than jou had l . ,,, win pi.l,,. In ilajs when u .,, il...i,;iie,l jour y Nanti.e I'. Scat!, taining .'I I. UP aires. BRIAR Bayonets .itrwTVk.iiii vs. Bare -- Fists That's In Big Marine Show MR. WOLF AND MR, BEAR TELL A AfTICR of drfrnse VJESneJ re not Inrjmled In no '1 t , .w uivnnri iimriir-.K- J of the I'nltMl . ltd M.inn-l .lu.ie "t:-i LIC. was irolnt; dnsrn orer the hl'li, md turr.i the tk) Into gild. Mr Itiar stepped out of bit hit arms, yawned rn.f. 'fi-'cho- d ciai il.-i-i a and .ai dnn to saoku. "Hello. Mr. lle.tr," stld desrp noire, and up t'ppcd Mr Wolf. 'H3wd, Mr WUf." said Mr !Wr, FUtlng up frosi Ms chaJr "Sit down and ret jour Icrs and smoke a b.s"n a Ioiiotsmh rife with me 1 ila) and I hunger for cnrupiuiy." "I'-- l take ndvantKn tst yoor hospl-ta'.t.said .Mr Wolf trusting and eating himself beruaLh a tree, "and rjulle a plreisure I take In dolni; 't's It Hut tell nie .Mr Hour, whore did jou Ket such a rnttly and sp.ickus home? ?urol you must b worth a heap of menu) " "WVII. Mr Wolf," raid Mr. TWr. pcrli!- - nut his chest tth pride, "I'll s'Mnilt, It Is quite a handsome place, bu' at for money, alat, I hnr none." "Nor I," exlalmisl Mr Wolf, trying U, look downcast and sad, "and the high ciwtnf living Is maklnc Clu a pinner " An the tin HASELDEN BROS. It Up Brown. mm .. (t o A Ucman tut Visir Man" and t.ot Include gl . y a char.ee lo attack frst Manno,- lanu the flrnt their njotto ilo- - Idow alus 'third p.rhan them t liy I llunden." tr leIllsiitx dubbed "Teufi detachment of these 1WH Dors, compoMl of twenty mn an oDccr thnsigli the an 1 a biijt'cr will t'ou-t- h fNsleral It- - nerve Histrct dur Ing tho Victory Unn eamiuu-- n aril put on a i!.it:y "ban. taitile ami t hns Jixt onet dnl! Thbi Ueurhnu a .gcsl from the m pt 1), strict, at tJiiint.iTt,"ln the riielr rnuDander, Lieutenant Kdwunl says ctttr) niaii Is a 11. Irvlift. otTlctir who uaa quaJlIVd as.aD Instructor In bayonet work. for. hit tsaaB or OncDrop Keep the Children Well ilril hldlnK .vluubt ill boJ-- C r Mr l'.l r. An rn . er S Iypiici sticks 1 1 1 8 ftt &H. per Thousand . i nearby, and couvematlon, steppisl nui Now It niu.st bo eipl.ilm il that Mr, Fox wcrkid at the tunk and much an of eoui.'c knew Just ho r. '.iiey eai'.'i nnd every person had. "tloral evening to Jimi." said Mr I'f trying to hide a smiln. "("jint I Bill both of ou a Ut'TOUV l.llinit-TI!1)NI) 1h' evening! Afl ou probably know, this will be. jour last cbance to Pave money, and to patrl otle In tho bargain " Wolf and Mr Ilcar were so Mr taken by surprint that they wero spis:hleii for h minute l"urthennore, they Uiey kne ihnt Mr. KUx kn-had lied. Finally Mr Hear wild, or later, a liar l "Mr lUways iiu-h- t, and thin haa taught mo And If It Is not too a areat late you may tako my subbrxlptlon to the 1CT0ltY M1IKIITY IOAN right now." "And." said Mr Wolf. "I Ruets If of ilol Mr ILuor with hit thousand Urn can be patriotic, I can b like-wlI wish to And furthermore, make amendi for not buying And then Mr. Kox and Mr Wolt and Jlr. Ilaer all Rat around the ftro that nlgti' I nd smoked their pipe", thankful that they had been blessed with tlio spirit of patriotism who haj behind the bush the te'ard Just inerj. I'oi, who hud been At every stop cm their trip thmttch drop. I n I h . A f. S will stage the dlslnot. IImsw Matin drlnklrf wtur earn TJC3 iidpnTrnUSil Unl7Cl47 bayonet drill showa sham battle and nltrrhurs. rlolrs smj otn.r twk dlMSM-f- . ing the various thruata and parries Uns C. UStls raslirs 11 lint bottls. rsllont of nindsT'ns. which nude them so feared by tha erir It 21. luskrs 31 rsllont. At Huns at ("bateau Thierry One of their driissUi. or Mil tr msll otp4.X Dwurbon Rtmd Oo., Itllsftos, K, Is to haro rave Maexhibition stunts rine disnrmeit, face the bayonet and rtfiln In the hand of another to II Date Trees Flourish In Arlsont. luttrate how ll Is poxsibks Ui evaile Thai d I, - . h le in de lo thrive the blade of such an opponent ami In .rl? li.i he.ng il. iM.n.lnitiil hy disarm htm. the iigrli ulliii il eperlnieiii station of Another etJltlng feature of the Ma the I'ldieisjl) ,if Vrlr.iim. whose or. line's iihlh'llnn Is a romhat In wtikh ibarcN ni.tnln Tnw trees representing one tfnrlnc with nn winfMin hut hit ."i dllTereut varletle. The fruit Is ready lists, faos and mcrisiwors an rlpemsl nrtltleliillr and marketisl In optsinont armrsl with a deUihnl bay the laisi AlkHlltn soil ii ml la, n villi-ulinrset wiiter .i lie appear to he This feature Is often far from blnisl Will Milled tn Hie liisils nf the date leas, as tho itsilom Marines fiut up lo trees utixti .1 1. ,1...t.ir.u1 ..111 realistic a struggle that one or hi J fruit for Inn jears. other Is sometlaies xvtrcl iut and hrulted. 1 11 urben Poultry Rtmawy 'ntv'Vtr;''.-r-f CURES Commissioner's Sale of Land. Reasons ! I T T tiARRARI) CIRCUIT COURT. W Dailey's Admr, it ul, Pill's. Why jou should use Cardui, the woman's tonic, for your (roubles, have been &hon in thousands of letters fiom .".dual users of this medicine, who speak- - from personal experience. If the rcsulu obtained by c liter w jnicn for so many lv wars have license Rood, why not Rive Cardui a trial? Take Tirfom2(i's Tcnic Airs. Mary J. Irvin, ol a fel' iilnl.l.tl tsilder Mu. i Ho he Lracis! Mrs. Shrew, tho lowu A. H. BASTIN & CO. scol ter. Tuny Usik her barbed Jlba Hut repeated: "Subscribe To tho Vicuiry Loan!" and h Vs., writesi "About II )ears ago, I suffered untold misery witli female trouble, pains, headI ache, numbnesi would go lor three weeks almost bent double . , , My husband went to Or. tor Cardui . . . After" taking about two bot:l;s began uolng (round and when I took three bottles i could do all my work." Cullcn, ... sold ier. V llniley'-- . widow, et nl. Deftt. I'liru.-in- t to a judgnietit rendered nt the .March Term, U t It. the under- signed Cuinniissioiier will sell at pub lic nuctli'li before the I'niirt House I ... , , n..... ... ,'..!, ,1, iIMIIHX.l.l, (kl-,- l Ul l).. , III 11 A. M. on I o'clock ' .MONDAY, APIIII, JH, 191'J, it being the first day of the Carrnr.l I County Court Term, the real estate mentioned lu the pleadings and iles-- ' cribeil us follows; In dnrriird County, Kentuck.s, bounded on the Kant by Vault I.ick Creek, on the South by tile lands of II. M. Kurti same recently conveyed to liim by Commissioner in this case, on the North by the land of John I.an.l nnd Coy lhivis. This being the home place of the late T. V. D.iiley, less the land recently sold to 11. .M. Kurti, containing 11) ncret mure or less. This sale is tu be ininle by the boundary, or as n whole mid not by the ncre. The purpose of the sale herein is to divide the proceeds thereof among the Joint owners of same, TKRMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with security for the purchase price, said bund bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, havipg the force and iffect of n Judgnietit upon wlilih execution may Issue, pay. able to V. II, llruwn, .Muster of the (inrrurd Circuit Court, und u lien will be reserved upon the property told until tho purchnse money is paid. W. II. HROVV'N, M. C. 0. C. C. J. M. Robinson, Attorney for PUfs. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 24, 1919. Special Offering 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 Glovo 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 Beautiful Lines of Merchandise. mm rUt 53K M rarrtiU't dint tU The Joseph Mercantile 60. The Square Deal Store. The One Price Store. Make Our Carpet Department A Visit. We will offer for the next 10 days, Year Subscriptions to the Delineator at a special reduced price. ' Fife Um Arab I I Mrs. Arthu-.- i Currey has returned Mrs F W Snider, (nee Miss Kath-crm- c !::,,a"lGarrardBank& Co llnm) nf Somerset, is tin1 guest from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. :;"!: Fisher Cnines, in Danille. of her sister, Mrs. Chnrlic Rankin. liev. II. S. Hudson asked a blessing lUnk iloinir l.u.liit-st A Brief Mention ol Ui( CemJni and '"iiitjroK.srrsrrt. Mte el Kentucky. Most Mr. anil Mrs. Johnson and Mr. and and nil rose and sang America. Gomgi by Thoat Wi Art Inlirtilid In. Gibbs returned Elizabeth AT 1111. i'Kisk ur Ill'slNK-- s (IN Tin: .Mrs. llc.ner liaison, will spend the delicious five course dinner was serAla., Birmingham, Monday fnim week-en- d in Ijinrastcr with relatives. ved, consisting of all the delicacies where she wns the guest of friends. lOtli.diiy of April 1919. possible to be found. Several after Mr. Uubert Hughes Miss ltell.i Arnold Francis, was in Nol.ind was dinner speeches, were made stating j 1.. Manuel Messrs Jesse Bogie nml I.rxington Momlay mer from Lexington for u fiw days the plans of the drive and the desire were in Corhin Saturday nml Sun-iln- y visiting his mother, Mrs. May Hughes of the ones present to do their best, ' o.rnlislis. .rrniril ami unrVirii i; for a short visit with Mr. James Mix l.illie Noel, of Danville, was Nolnmi. ol 1,1 ' rturlll !.( M I 1., f,r. Mr It P llll.l.nn r.1'' " Bradley. m Lancaster, Monday. l.iiS 1; I rliaip. I's.li on lisnil. . Mr. ami Mrs. (ireen Clay Walker Mrs. (ifnri'n Hnbiiisnn. ulin Cheek. Mii1iMlierrM-t- ! Items S.14. l .Mr. ami Mr. Henry Simpson of and .Mr. Dave man of woman's Richmond, spent Miss Park, of Ilos have returned pressed the willingness committee, ex Hsiikltm lluii.e. lurnlturesliil M.-lFlltiirts.. 01 with from a Lexington, spent the week-enthe of the women other A..ei. not liieltiitdl nndt r two weeks stny at Dry ltidge, Jiiter with Mrs. J. It. Mount. I'S) Hi Mrs. U. I). Kentucky. to do their share of ti e work. Other tttiyol MlKne hes'ls ln parents, Mr. ami spceihes were made by Itcv. C. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Walker hate Simpson. Tutsi . $ls,.i j; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Montgomery of Strother. liev. II. S. Hudson, and Mr. tun recent visitors in Danville. I.milLlTlKi. Mr. ami Mr. Charlie Itankln have Camp N'el'or., spent Fi-tSum'ax J. K Hubinsnn. At a late hour all rNpltNl t'H.it III. Ill CHh I 'in.mo w Mr. 11. - Klkin wns a visitor in returned from a weeks vtit to their with his I'nnrits, Mr. ami .Mrs. W. 11. th.--l L.I ),.. I,nl tnr 1 1,., .I..ll..l,.fl "'"'".. f.".n'1 : ' iiiiiiiutii rrunts. ie.s eirtn.es Lexington Saturday and Sunday. sikI luxe- - pMliI tar'Mi, Mr. ami Mrs. Ben llam at .Montgomery. iu.u..i, ...i.i.'fl. ....,..t .ir.. , ... 1...I.. ..... ..- - ,1... t. 1.10-cr"ulu" Somerset. ... . Htn.u. uvi inc iiii .1...- riuii t ii. ty i.J. - If mtMr. ami Mrs. James Strother, and Miss Annie Austin has returned. Certll.eil t'l.ecl- .' HI Loan. f.ijjir, .'is Mi Edna Herkcle, who has been attractive daughter. Miss Lucille, of from a few dnjs visit near line-- h n k s sliil Tril.t t'oinl ntile. l.s-- 7 3" I' IH 1.1 lllthleli'l. visiting hiT aunts, .Misses Alliu and Campbellsville, have been guests of :i .vi oih.r Liabilities not Inrlnile'l nn- Mrs. J. W. Parker, of Danville, is Leavy Dunn, returned to State Col I!ev. anil .Mrs. C. 1). Strother. , Sympathetic Burglars. cer snyilslrfoehsits I'litil Verlalne, the Parisian the guest of Mrs. Letcher Christopher. lege .Momlay. Tntsl t I's.vMI JT Mr. Will llice Anion, who attends Woke Up one night to find ll couple nf -Iste el Kentucky, foiinty of (iarrsrH. sct, Mrs. Georgia l.usk ha accepted a h.i return-poMtio- n State College in Lexington, was at Imrijlnrs In Ms r Ills Mt,,rs jij Johnson. We.lt E. VrlinUrls lil J. W. Klraere with the Joseph Mercantile ,., , jtnt(, College after spending home with his parents. Dr. nml Mrs. J. w.re so tntirhe.1 by exldence of Ills I'a.hler tit the alse tiamtit Italic dire poverty that they gave him n fraiir lii -- olenitily swear that tlit- - aln- - .utrtrent Co. week end with her mother, Mrs. A. Anion, for the F.ater vacation. the I. triit-the le.t ol our ktum IiIe- an-- U Hi f apiece. 11 K. tcKntrts. I'reslletit. .Mrs. l'erey Huston, of Knns.is.City, Editor J. C. Alcock. wife ami chil-- 1 'u,' " I W . Klmnre.Cri.hler of Danville, were in UncaMer.j ,.,,. Mr. nml Mrs. Herbert Price of Dan-ill, .Ir.n. j,. Mnry 0nfWy wh Notable Day In History. ardsnorn tn hefore-- l te this i;tli hominy. have been recent visitors, of .Mrs. February I'd N the anniversary of riayelA rII !' ine Transylvania l'nicrsity, l.cxing- Will llii er, Ndlary ton. spent the Easter holidays with D. M. Uickey and Miss Jennie Lackey the escape of .Vnpnleoii from Film In .Ion es.lre lehnury lv. lliMir. My reinnilo .Mrs. Woods Walker has returned If.'.1 1M.". The return throUKli from n visit to Mr. John llaughman, her mother. Mrs. Ilallie Dunlap. Miss Alma dnirin, whi is nev as-- Frnnce wns In the nature' of n trluiii mr.riToss: in Danville. jlnnuel nn, Font wm. in inv pha! inn nli. In n short time lie vn- - T. J. I'rhe. V. H. .Vaik.tnrv. Mr! tin j; Miv Mil ni . tlrovn, i x Vi. II. Ilroun. Miss Alcno Frntman. of Lexington. IJiuhnju.nl hatur.my ami hun.iay lor her parents in Louisville, and while agiiln at the bend of an iirmy, ami Miss Geneva tin re will buy mc re millimry for Mns not until afler Waterloo was hi. it with) rclatiws. with Miss .Mamie j J pent the week-enImvier at an end. He was then sent llaughman aceompanied them home llrown. Stornie Dunn. IiVpor! of (he Ctiiiillllnii to St. Helena. I for an extended visit. .Mr. Cl.iy Kautfiuan, who has been Mr. and Mr. Johnson l'rice were or tub stu-nI spending two weeks in Covington on Mr. Clayton Morrow, who is a in Danville Tueday the guests of Dr. FOli SALF: 100,000 Sweet P'.'.n-t- o dent at State College. L.'xington, business, is expevted tomorrow fcr a Mrs. S. I'. Grant. plants F..-iknown varlity. or llryantsville liiiiik ill Linr.i.u r, with visit to his mother, Mrs. Kmma (I. npint the wtv't-cn' Onkrs bv mail, prot iptly tille-- ! b Mrs. James lleailey ami daughters. h, lu,rcnt,, Mr. am! din. K. V Kaufman. totUi( hu.llies. at ikh ii or HrysntiTtlle. jinicel post. li. P. Ison, .Mildred and Lucille, spent, t'ouiityol t.arrsril. state ol Kentucky. l. Duena Vista Ky. .Master Charles and Kugene Zim-me- I'hme . Thursday in Danville. Miss Annie Royston. of Chicago, at Tin: cliisi: up iii'ims on tiik the bright and interesting chil- i'.l'3-tf- . Master Gnyle Doty has returned vin nrrjv. .Saturday to spent a week's dren of Dr. and Mrs. Charlie X.inimrr. lOtli tiny of April 1910 RAISE GOOD HOCSi IT PAYS. from a visit to .Mr. ami Mrs. J. Fleece ',,rnK vacation with her parents, Mr. of Lexington, spent the Kaster holi-day- s Robinson in Danville. nti .Mrs. James Royston. on l.oxing- with Mr. and Mrs. It. .inimcr. We have the hogs you want mamKEsOl'IXKS. weighty, fancy reg v"u'' Mrs. Jesse Fox and daughter. Mpw,10" Mrs. Joe Huston ami duughter. of moth, Ulan. anl im.v;7 3.1 DLMiOCS You don't have to e.ienirans ITS el aui uil.iire(l Mary Lynn, of Lincoln County, were Mr. ami Mrs. W. 1!. Cook were in Philadelphia, Mrs. F.rno-- t Spracue, istered 21..UM .Ss pay show prices here. The (lien- - stocks. ItotKI. sml oilier securities pile trem nallks in Lancaster Monday. ... Lexington Monday, whrie they ls.vu 17 and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. TheoV.'ss,v. Farms, Allen S. Kdelen, owner, t'a.him liainl Mis Mnriraret Cook who dore Whitesmith, of Louisville, are north llatikilie llell-Furniture sul Mrr. Iluirman and Mis Lily Hviurea 3..,ssl0 left for Charlutteiville, V.i for a expected Saturday for a visit to Vr. Ilurgin Ky. Write u, phone us, vis-- it Other net ncJti.U I umlee have returned from a visit to phone TiiUl; us. Iloyle county 31 AX an) nl slMOtf heail. .... week's visit. and Mrs. W. It. Cook. relatives in llryantsville. Uurgin 14. It. Tutsi Iiw :t V. Mrs. M. S. llatlleld. Mrs. II. Montgomery Miss L'ulnlal nrd i.hhii.itiks. Mm. W. O. (lOodliH! has returned lt.istin, .Mrs. Henry Moore, Miss Vir-jri- e frit ml. Miss KOI! SAI.K 01! FXCHANHK KOI! Virginia Harlow, of l stock alil In. In ea.h fl&.WU ISI from n visit to her sister, Mr. Hani-sestirplu. KuniU .....- &.(l no llourne, ami a number of othern ltcrca College, were with Mr. and Mrs LAND: Dwelling and store-root'udUMeil rrulll., ! vxen- in Asheville, N. C. from here attended a Convention of W. U. Montgomery, Sunday and at- combined, also extra live room dwell.'..IKT It feul,j.s7t to check Ti. Miss Martha ltettis of Lexington, the Circle (lirls in Stanford last week. tended church at Mt. Hebron Sund.i;-morning- . ing. Hood business 7.M7M SS point. Xew Time; le'0.1ta .Mrs. K. hns heen visitinj; her mother, They returned to school stock of merchandise1, with splendid Mrs. K.I l'rice entertained at an Total l sl.n.'J ;7 Monday. Ileitis, on Maple Avenue. Listed for sale for next t ntronage'. elejrant dinner the pan week in honTTi: ill' KK.N'Tl'fK Y. ilays only. See n,e at once fOf.Xl V OK i.AIUUHIU . tT' Lieut. Charles Dunn, who hns heeu or of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson l'rice, Dr. J. S. (lilbert has Joinesl his famI w'e, t'. t llecker, 1'ie.Klent ami J. . Wl. spendinj: several days at Camp Tny- - who have recently returned from lie-- ily nml friends i.ml is now- - :i piivnte and will interest you. Ilanu. ta.hlerul the iihute. nauitil Halikiln W. T. King, Lancaster, Ky. soltinuli has heen mustiled out of service J land Florida, where they have been ciiueii, havi i r .eeu nusteied cir of .star that the almie. .tatimtnt Is true to the olotir bhnu!eit:i ait1 WlWt It was l1, ginin Dr and is with his mother, Mrs, Ahborn 'spendini; the winter months, rn ! wee. ('. C. Meeker, 1're.hlelil. most enjoyable nllnlr. wns sick n.cst of the time while in the l'rice. l J.i'. u Co. Suhacrll .1 ail.t IMorn tniluum.. rawa.lmr. tut I. and .it one time wiu critically H'iiii Im f..ru ihl. day nl .lrll isjii. ill. We are nil gl.n' that he is now OtTers, in blocks of 'JO shares and J. Hok'au Italian!. intnely himelf again utul will regime over, u limited number of shares of My('Linuil.ioncsiires Fell Notary 1'iihtir i' lit. Ms practice in our city. S per cent CL'.ML'LATIVK PIiKFF.lt-IiKPlKtCTiiB ti STOCK at par ($5. per share), B, V SHeic Soa'i Mar.ee. It W. II, . The Lancaster Hecord announces that Mrs. Louis L.tii'lrum will look with bonus of 50 per cent COMMON' after the social items for that paper STOCK. This company owns over which insures that the work will be aOOO acres of leases in Lincoln and INTRODUCTORY PRICES Kentucky, upon well done. In all the lonit years that Casey Counties, ! her clexer husband edited papers nt which are 10 PliODUCINO WKLLS Lancaster, Kichmoml and D.imillc, nml 1 OAS WELL (on Huck Creek. P1PK LINK .Mrs. Landram was the best of help to Lincoln County, Ky). him and did her full share in imikinK from property direct to Q, and C. It. Single Comb llrown Leg15c cans 13cts. Interior ii. - DRILLS are now being operathem readable at all tunes. 20c cans 18cts. Subscriptions alted by company. horn Egg, Baby Chicks, Journal. Roosters and Broody hens lotted In the order in which they nre CAN YOU WILL WANT MORE. (!) TRY A given in exchange. The Banquet civen at the Kengar-la- n received. Mall checks direct to the If you have no BONDS. I was largely attended and "proved company, might consider the CASH. ii) ii most enjoyiible nlralr. Tile tables THK UKLVEDEP.E OIL COMPANY, Old prices good for this t were in shape of a cross and the llor.il month. S Dept. !., 1230 Munsey llldg. (!) decorations were in red, white and (Arc ERLE C. FARRA Baltimore, Maryland, t t vec blue. The dining room was beautiBox 272. Lancaster, Ky. fully decorated with posters and a liic ard W, Cook, President and Gen-er- a laige (lag. Rev. J. H. Moorman as .Mannger. Gossip About People vgvv Elizabeth tlutchv has return-i'from n volt to tier daughter, Mr J. W Accy in Stnnfunl. Mrs. I . Mr. Harry llrbirfon if University, spent the with Mr. Iloum.in Crtint. 1ranyl-vanfweek-en- chairman of the Fifth Victory-Liber-- 1 ty Loan was host. There were about i thirty-liv- e men and women of the! town who h.'lil bei-aniintntfil tu ' Ht'port nl' the Condition OKTIIK ".mJ Classified Column I 3 Trust 5 tt RATES i g J 5 a .'' Single insertions lc a word So ad taken for less than 20c in this column. N'o ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of Ave. Phone orders must be paid promptly. FOI! SALE: Ocntle driving pony. Mrs. Grace Sutton. Iiouie 4, Stanford, Ky. FOI! SALE: and small calf. Fresh Jersey Cow, C. Rigsby, Crab Orchard and Lancaster Pike. J. lm J. M. Mctcalf, Surveycr, 25 years Blue prints furnished. experience. All calls answered promptly. Phon 183, Stanford, Ky. FOI! SALE: Almost new riano. In splendid condition. Campbell St. C. T. Brummett. We need at PAINTERS WANTED: once twenty first class painters nt 50 cents an hour. Winchester Paint and Wall Paper Co, 17-2Winchester, Ky. FOI! SALE: llarrcd Plymouth rock eggs. 15 for $1. Baby chicks 10c. each. Phone 382-Mrs. Taylor House, Lancaster, Ky. M0-3t-pt- l. Notice. Accoring to City Ordinance now in clfect, all hogs must be moved out of the city by May 1st. L. K. Herrun. Chief of Police. FOR SALE: Buff Orpington eggs for Hatching, at $1.00 per setting. .Mrs. Bettie Hill. FOI! SALE: Brown Leghorns, pure bred, Eggs $1.00'for 15. .Mrs II. M. Kurtz, I!. 3 Phone 3S7-3- Lancaster, Ky. I will stand my registered Holstein Bull at $1.00 cash or $1.50 when calf comes. Fee insures a living calf. 4- Dan Kay. McCreary, Ky. I)tlt Am standing a good Hereford Bull Mrs. Bettie Hill, at $1.00. Lexington pike near Marksbury. Reds, choice Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1. Mrs. E. W. Perkins, Star Route. Lancaster, Ky., Phone 10-llryantsville exchange. S. C. Rhode Island strain. !' The Belvedere Oil ! Heinz Baked Beans rzrrr. . ',--,..,.,.in- .. 1 mi . i ri r y T.r r ' l One Ton Ford in excellent ineclinnicnl condition ONE WEEK ONLY Liberty Bonds li 1. WANTED Price on Application Sander's Variety Store. ccr Harry P. Kelly i i vru it REPUBLIC MOTOR TRUCKS ri.iciiii.-.n.- a joiocnuri ST The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 24 1919. HEROES DEATH Tropically Told In De- tail By Officer Who Was Near. The following letter from, the officer in charge, was.writ-- l t n to Jesse Calico's father, Mr. James A. Calico, of Paint Lick, and is so appropos at this time, that we gladly reproduce it in i GARRARD'S ROLL OF MONOMiil - ( detail: "Jany 1st, 1018, Mr. Calico: bar ' Your son was in the platoon which brought him directly unwhile we der my were training; also I was in tha same tank with him when he sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss lost his life. I will therefore! undertake to give you the par-- i ticulars which you so naturally i desire. I am sure there would have been several letters from his comrades telling you of all this long before now, if it were not forbidden under tbe censorship. Corporal Calico was one of the original personnel of tbe Battalion and his reliability soon made him one of our best His officers knew, .soldiers.. that he was always dependable and the hard work that he put upon his courses while in training, made him a most desirable man for any tank crew. He was fortunate in having for his tank Commander, Lt. H. K. Potter, an otricer who could him; thoroughly appreciate and the men who made up his CORPORAL JESSE CALICO, 301st Battal- ' crew were much above the average. They all admired ion, U. S. T. C, was killed in the attack on the your son. Hindenburg line, September 29th, 1918, for his He was the gunner on the six faith in the cause for which America fought. pounder, which is the largest gun on the tank. He went into action in this capacity. On September 20th, we attacked the Hindenburg line between Cambria and St. Quen-tiin conjunction with the 7th Division, which is from New York. We met with heavy resistance from the start, but Lt. Potter's tank went steadily ahead for about one hour and a half. It did fine work in clearing the machine gun nest and the fire from your sons gun was responsible for most of this execution. He wa3 very calm all the time and handled his gun in an admirable manner. It was just after the tank crossed one of the enemy trenches, that it was struck by a shell from an enemy field, piece. I was very close to your son ."f the moment and he was in the act of firing. The shell penetrated the tank ami exploded in our midst. It wounded or killed every one in the tank. Five of the crew died A few personal helonirlnirs have practically instantly. Your broke the last hold of the Ger- to mid my heartfelt sympathy, ns well son was one of these. He man- mans on their famous Hinden- as that of nil the otricer anil nun of befit forwarded In nccurdnnce with aged to get a small bible out of burg line. He was one of the this Company. regulations to the proper nuthcrities, his pocket, but although I ex- best men in the company and und I trust will reach you in the Corporal Calico was liked anil amined those who were left in both his officers and his comhy lioth his officers and fellow course of time. the tank, he was lifeless, and I rades deeply regret his death." For those of us who have been so soldiers for his reliability and clean made my search a moment or Very sincerely, manliness and he was u distinct loss fortunate us to come through alive two after the explosion. W. M. Rosborough, to the organization. His truing was the Joy of u victorious peace is dimHe was buried with the oth-- j lstLt. U. S. T. C. 301st Bn. as I know he would have wished it, in med, by the thought of our comrades era of the crew, near the little battle well behind the enemy lines. who wil!ini(ly Kve all that it mivjnt French town of Konssoy. When we found him he was still by cor.ie. Uut it Is at the tame tinio n I sympathize with you in ".My Dear Mr.' Calico; Lieut. Itosborouidi Iiuj written you the Kun tie had U3el so trullantly with glorious memory fcr in Oner tliinx your loss but it is at least a com fort for you to know that he full details of your son's death, for tie u small Testament clasped In h!i cm be said of any man than lu wif a solJier and i!iM fjr h'.s ccu.i- died bravely in an attack t!.at was with him ut the time. Permit me hands. B PnHtyP mE HBKwfiwKvjls!w I I I H I I jP'SWSS IJvimPI k'MHHl vH I I I I n, tr;- - In n ureiit iauc. Sincerely yoJM. Itilc I'. Clarke, Daily Thought tnnn It the whole I'liitrclnpedla of fuctn. Kmemon. A I I Power In Gentleness. Men nri- - led imiiy fmm ll"viilenlui Cupt. T. I. Co. C, Sulfct Hn.. T. C. ili'slriii tlnii ; n liimil U pill IiiJii lln-lrAmerican Kx. Forces. which leuiN tlii'iii fiirlh gently toward a rutin iiiul lir.'ulil luinl mi Unit they 1 limk no more hackuiiril Iniecti in 3 sclera. und the '.v inpi. !.n tw J ti.it In Him kIu-"I- hand may lm a little child'. (Iturge !ih ui"t ni .iuIIkii.iI parki i:ilut. "f llvi rril piM,li" of miniiti inrl4. Ii"' fi'iiB m'i'miI liki" line Ih'iK. They Maybt. Hum llu mii-jIir hinler n "Vim in n mlili iiiiylhlnK If you haft iili'l t1"ii of Hi mihIcm, Imm'iiiih nun Ii "MitilliM-- . KtfiuliT, dirk lirowii thi rlyht kind of Imlt." remarkM tha fni-iliviler. "Ij-- r liistunce. a man vi In iiiiitilli"i imIIIIiiiih In Hid .uu'M ran Inke a Utile aiiKle worm and iirf.irt li e. MIi'riipii', ihimhIih-i- h n tUh mi l the Kami' limn ran ll:iiiln aim thrlVH In surli mi it num. ratili llitle hr thai they Hut the nurfjce here tki ,ii irnln." ilinliy atreet car and intih mid there. I it The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 24. 1919 IV 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 ad-- , vise 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 lerms 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, .JS? X IN Bastin Telephone Co. Miss Mattie Lutes, Sec'ty and Treas. Advertisement. J.W.Creech, President. Miss N'ettie Ison spent Sunday with Burton, W. K. Davis, J. W Bryant the week-en- d with Mr. Otis Hardin The Ladies Working Society met Mr. James L. Yantis was the guest with Mrs. II. S. Clark last Thursday. her aunt, Mrs. I!. 1. Ison at Wilmore. and C. M. Dean were Danville shop nnd family. Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Friday. n few of the members were pres.Mr. and .Mrs. Ed N'aylor and chil- Highland of Hackley. Mis Ada Dismukes of Burgin i pers Mr. William Blanks has purchased Jut owing to the stormy afternoon. visiting her sister, Mrs. Victor ICuble. ent was dren. Miss Sallie Lou N'aylor, Mr. nnd powerful A niott sermon Mrs. Boyd Turner, ami Mr. Cogal a new Kuril car. some Mrs. Clark entertained with delivered Sunday n. m., by Dr. Paul .Mrs. John Land spent Sunday with Stacey of Knox county, were visitors I Mrs. T. S. Poor entertained a num-- I c.f Wilmore, who l.r.s been holding a Xr. ami Airs. Missionary Kay will be observed on pretty record on the Victrola. Frank Land and family. of Mrs. John Black, Friday. Sunday afternoon about 3 o'clock. ber of friends nt dinner Wednesday. very successful meeting here for the Mrs. Prentiss Walker and attracMr. 11. S. Clark went to Danville Mr. and Mrs. Tolliver Cornett and Mr. Sam Spcakc and family were Mr. ami Mm. Stew Vandcrpool and past week. tive little daughters, of Lancaster, son, Thomas, were visitors Sunday of Tuesday to writ the family of Mr. !!. guest of Mr. K. K. Spcnkr, Monday. K. 'family of Lexington were visitor" n nndMrs. H. M. Kurtz and her two Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Geo. S. Conant, J. Meiames Swope. Jut two blocks from her Ballard. O. M. Moreland, nnd h.misome little sons were guests Sun-dayI!ev. and Mr. J. M. Mal.au moved destination the horse became sick and here Sunday. Miss Ruth Lane motored to Bucna Sal-visMiss Georp u Dunn of Transylvania Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Bay and Vista Friday afternoon and spent the Mises Zillah anil Amy Dawes enterlast week to their new home at would have fallen 111 the shafts had University is spending the Easter vn-- ! tained at "Pine Crest" on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anion. but she made the discovery jut in week end with her parents. The Mlses Hock of Junction City, time to unfasten him from the buggy cation with her brothers, Mes.-r- s J. I.. afternoon In honor of Miss Mary Lou ( j Misses Anna Mae, Lida and Jean I It. A. Dunn. who will leave soon for her an i Measle. I were the guests of Mm. Kyle Isom, before he was down in the ttrcet. CARTERS VILLE. Ilroaddus spent Easter with Miss About twenty Webb home in Crertwood. Messrs Klmer Frost an Sunday. Stella Yeakey at Hubble. Christopher are two of the latest ar- guests enjojed the hospitality of the, i .drs. Lillte Broughton Mis Turner of Scott County ha BUKNA VISTA has the I Mr. and Mrs. Wm Sutton and Mrs. charming hoiteses. The color scheni" rivals from the camps, having recentbeen visiting her brother, Mr. Jame measles. Carrie Davidson spent Sunday in Lanly received Mr. of yellow ard white was attractively their discharge. Turner. Mr. B. K. Jennings baby is very caster with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Romis visiting in Dan- j Christopher has seen several months carried out in ices, mints and favors. Mrs. A. I. Scott The l.adie Working Society will ville. ans. sick with ersypilis. ' service overseas. meet with Mrs. Mary Doty next Thurs Miss Daisy-Runnelof Hedgeville, MV. Iva Turner of Camp Marfa, Mr. i:. I'. Non wai a recent visitor j Pvt. Hen N'aylor arrived home WedGUNN'S CHAPEL. day at the usual time. who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. 'Texas, is at home on a furlough. in Wilniorc. nesday for a ten days furlough. He i n Mr. W. I). Mnrksbury went to Mr. August Pitts purchased a mot Henry Tuttle returned home ThurMr. and Mr. K. C. Bowling motor- arrived at Camp Taylor several days Mr. II. M. Kurtz is erecting a large or cycle from M r. Lewis Crutcher to be nt the bedside of hi son, last sday. Sunday. over-- ! ed to Lancaster jago after nine months service barn. W. I. Mnrksbury, whose death is exi Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater and famw cek. Naylor Mr. was severely Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ruble spent teas. pected at any time. Mr. Charles Land spent Easter in I in the Argonne Mrs. John Turner and children vis- ily, and Miss Florence Prichettt were woundc Forest. Wednesday in Lexington. Frunkfort. ited her daughter, Mrs. James Clark 'guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Thoe who lias murderous intent I'.iul Wilson was a visitor in LexYnter. toward the Mnrksbury correspondent Miss Annie Mae spent Sunday with Sunday, ington Saturday and Sunday, BRYANTSVILLE Tnc patrons cf the Anticch School for the non nppenrnncc of a weekly s Mr. John Cnlico and children havo Miss Bessie Tenter. s Hay and Silas Wilson were weekletter would do well to send a recovered from very severe cases of District are to meet at the school Mr. Sherman Anderson of StanMrs. M. O. Kennedy spent Saturday end visitors in N'lcholasville. house Saturday nfternoon tit 2 P. M. of news occasionally. influenza. ford was a guest of Mr. J. M. Anion. nt Winchester. The location for the new building is Airs. Dona Fletcher of Lowell visi-- t Miss Pearl Boswell spent Sunday Messrs Harvey Teater and Talton ' eel her mother, Mrs. Julia Weddle, to be decided upon and every patron in the district is urged to be present with her parent' at Springfield. May attended court at N'icholasville, Sunday. Mr. Hobart Smith of the Lexington Mesdames J. C. Williams and E. T. Monday. Miss Lenie Parsons of Richmond, Burgess were Danville visitors SatMrs. I.oie Noel nnd Miss Sallie Va., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Herald, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Smith, was married Saturday afterurday. N'oel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .Mrs. W. S. Parsons. noon in Lexington, ti Miss Ethel Mao Miss Fanny Dovvden spent the week A. C. Miles. hands high and a fine individual. Mrs. Charles Wren ami children Carter of Woodford Chestnut Sorrel, 15 County. O.t with her mothe'r, Mrs. Thompson Miss iva Hollon spent a part of last visited her mother, Mrs. Kirby, ut miles East of endI'aint Lick. Sunday morning they motored lure, He will mnke the season of llll'.t at my barn II nt week with Mrs. Otto Simpson of Boones (lap, Saturday and Sunday, and were guests of his parents. Lancaster and 2 1- miles below Hyattsvillu at Miss Margaret Snow-deof Nichol-asvill- e Teatersville. Mr. J. L. Pitts is sutTering frgm the Mr. and Mrs. William Clark and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed N'aylor and four effects of a fall received several TO INSURE A LIVING COLT $15.00 Hubert Taylor. children were guests Saturday night months ago, while working on a build- son, Earl, Mr, and .Mrs. Robert Ward and children, Mr. and Mrs. James Thrivine 57'.)!), sired by Ilex Penvine, 17JU5, he by Hex Mr. ami Mrs. U. P. Brown were of Mr. and Mrs. John Land. ing in Camp Sherman, Ohio, Yantis nnd sons, George and Herschel, McDonald 8:1.5, by Ilex Denmark 810, by Crii?lers Denmark. Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. J Mr. anil Mrs. Ben Humphrey and Mrs. F. M. Carter after spending were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dam, Guilty 1)050, by Verdict 1G21, by Cerro Gordo Drown at Stanford. Mrs. William II. Stotts were in N'ich- several weeks in Berea, with her Milton Ward. The Easter dinner Squirrel.58. olasville and Lexington Monday. 1022, by Ulack W. J, Ilroaddus has returned from daughters, Mrs. Lunda Robinson and served at high noon was elegant. big black Decatur Illinois with n handsome new Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land and chil- Miss Carrie Carter, has returned Will also at the same time and place stand my Misses Anna Mac, Lida and Jean 7 passenger Case car. with Mr. home. dren spent the week-en- d Jack Broaddus, Messrs Miley Beuzley and Dr. mid Mrs. B. C. Iiose were with nnd Mrs. Milton Boss near .Nina. John C. Broaddus, attended a candy her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Mr. Charles Land who has been at pulling Wednesday evening ut the Lear nt Lnncaster, Sunday. Fort Bliss, Texas, has been released home of Mr. und Mrs. Marcus White (known as the Mark Goins Jack) College, from the service and is at home here. Miss Ulitzer of Asbury on the new Danville pike. All presf He is 15 1 hands hiuh, Rood bone and head and a number one Wilmore, was the week end guest of Misses Mary and Ellen Turner en- ent had an enjoyable time. Mr. II. M. Kurtz, Master William Jack. tertained a few friends Sunday. Mrs. (',. S. Conant. Itev. and Hugh Kurtz and Miss Mary Kurtz He will make the season at Master Earl Ward spent the week- IF THE HORSE TAKES THE COLIC llryan Ballard cf Lexington spent spent Easter with relatives near end with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. and you are away from home the the past week-en- d here with his $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Merida were women folks can give FA KRIS' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Messrs Season due if mare is parted with. Care taken to pre- mother, Mrs. E. II. Ballard. Mrs. J. W. Bryant is with Dr. and Hiram and Howard Lund nnd Mrs. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John COLIC REMEDY. Drop it on horse's vent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. tongue and in thirty minutes relief to Lexington Smith. Mm. B. B. Montgomery, at Paint Lick John Lund motored who are the proud purents of a little Tuesday. Mesdames J, L. Yantis and James comes. Get it today. Do you not daughter. Misses Iva and Monta Hardin and Eason were visitors Wednesday of know when you will need it. W. A. DICKERSON. Mesdames Funny Bryant, II. I. Mr. John Chinn of Lexington spent Mrs. John Black. MARKSHUKY TEJVINE 5795 JAKE GUY. Frank Arnold Thti Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Apr 24 1919. III We carry a full assortment and variety of styles and finish, especially selected for the woman who really cares, if you arc critical or particuregarding your home furnishing you will doubly appreciate our wonderfa) array of merchandise. Take room by room and we easily excel in lar quality, appearance and durability. Our Bed Rooms, Dining Rooms and Sitting Rooms reflect jcal personalty and are in a class by themselves. We give you the opportunity of making your choice from a large variety. We satisfy and leave a good taste. The season now offers a splendid selection, of Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Rugs, Cabinets, Talking Machines, Player Pianos, Cedar Chests and Karpen Upholstered Duofolds, Devcr.eltcs, Chairs and Rockers. We invite you and your friends to drive over and take a pleasure trip through our store. It will pay big dividends. HARROWS 12 Disc Harrows 14 Disc BUGGIES The PHOENIX is in n class! I ROOFING Galvanized root! rip deliver- - CEMENT Get the best and only pay what it is I WHY PAY MORE Tobacco Setters (llemis) $!10. only Tobacco Setter (Tiger) only $8.i. Old Hickory Wagons 2 .M only $115.00 Ground Hurley per 100 pounds $:i.OO. Dolly Varden Flour $1.50. Grann. Sugar per 100 lbs, only $10.50. Navy Beans, only 10c lb. Clover Seed only $20.00. ! ft wire Fence 15 and 55c We Pay the Freight. FEEDS Shorts only $2.85. $17.50. Tuxedo Chop only. $:i.00 Ground Karley only Hen Feed only.. Seed Oats only We . Harrows $52.50. you any These to by itself. We carry a complete)led to your station. 2!) worth. We car- j I :i.00 $11,115 We can jjive kind prices you stock of cheaper vehicles also. Can Kive you anything you want. Come and let us show you. gauge only $5.50 a square.. ry Speeds Portland anil i ' 2S gauge only $5.75 a square. our price is only Q Ask us S5c want. Let us figure with (your entire equipment. ican save you money. you on, ffft BAG for i are headquarters for are delivered We your station. about fertilizing. Lime all kinds of Feeds and can save you lteal Money. Get your order in now for that DODGE CAR. That is the only way you can be sure. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE V KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Uncle Eben. a i"n flat Inuctif nt "When yu other people's nilsforiunps." said TJnrle Eben. "roil is tonkin' nt n mnn dat alo g'ine to take a Joke no eaty wben It's on hlsse'f." Meaning of Style. that llialatlnlte somethlm which enables one of the jouhKatr and prettier neighbor women to wear her houalolr rap In a way to set, on? ever; Hue of Iter figure. Ohio State Journal. Sl Is BEREA, KENTUCKY. COY Mr. Dillaral Simpson is quite ill. J New Livery AND "Horse Latitude." The hora latitudes are u belt In tlh' Atlantic oieiin where calm often Mis Olivia Preston spent Saturday pri'WilK mi oil till In colonial tluia'i wha'n vesals carrying hor's frniri nijjht with Miss Alines Simpson. New I'nclaud tai lha West Inaa'i-a- i were oMlL'ed. when it.'tiiiri.! Colili spent satini'Mtttei Miss Mattie Iluclah part of the Sunday with Misses Mnudie and Kthel thi'ra". lai throw rnrgai fair want of water. Clouse. Mrs. Nan Cobli spent Tuesday vith Mrs. Silas Matthews. Mr. und .Mrs. Hill Whittaker spent Sunday night and Monday at Nich- olasville. Miss Christine I'reston und Italph anal Klven spent Sunday with Miss One Hill. .Misses I'earl, Nora nnd Flora Mat-- ) hews spent Sunday with Miss Kthel I I McCullah. Messrs. V. I,. Sanders It. II. I'res-- j ton unal I. II, Duman were in I!roal- head, .Monday. Miss Hazel I'reston "pent Satunlayj night and Sunday with .Misses I.urillo BLOUSES FOR EARLY SPRING Mrs. A lie llurton i. very ill nt this writing. Miss Bessie Scott is visiting Mrs. V. L. Sanders. Little Things. Life Is made up of little things. It la tint onci In an afce tint iTnlon Is fair doing n Erenl ilwil. True s ,llliss consists III lu'ltl,. .Teat la I'll!.- - ihlnirs. The Only Gun To Man j Auto Service Having leased the Burtoni Stables, we are now prepared to furnish first class Livery or Auto Service. NEW BUGGIES. NEW FRESH HORSES. Rainbow Assortment, Resemb'lng Smocks, In Miny Snides ot Handkcrch ef Linen. III NEW OUTFITS OF EVERY CHARACTER. ALSO FEED AN0 SALE STABLE. HITCHES GIVEN PROMPT AlTENTION Sniffle Hill & Willie P, Long LANCASTER, KY. I'roiulnvntly In the art ralaVwairk ih'piirtllli'llt of olia of New York's most illlcriMIU? shops Is a riiiiihaiw aartma,nt of alalnty hlou-a-- s III iiiiiny la l shuda's of hanilki'rchlrf limn. At I he tlrt glance thay resent hla' till slnaaa'ks Willi whlall oor.V mo N fn I ill I in r. hut ii closer exauiliiallaaii proas tha-n- i tat ha nit !iiiiuhat Iiij I J and (irate Lenny. or. In nraler lai he pmctliahlo when Mr. II. A. Wylie of Nicholasvillc worn ellhi r liislab or ami. hi.' the hell, has Ken visitim-- : hii daughter, Mm. IlMcrill of till ll'lllll Milan kllli fair I U. II. I'reston and family. ah oration, they are effect I cly In the whiih It Mr. anal Mrs. Lent Mathews and Mr. Hill Simpson spent Sunday with li. an mi linn h In vogue, worked In hlla'S laf lllrrcorlill eollaall. .Mr. anal Mrs. Hill Mathews. These hloiisas lira prctth'st wlu-i- i rut Mrs. Lewis Simpson' iniil Mr. and) simply, with ii V iii'i k nnd luni hiii k i Mr. Dan Kay spent Sunday with Mr. eolhar of the lllian. The khee. "huh .mil Mrs. Speeal Shtriow lit llourne. lire iUlte pKi-a- ., are set In lurite linn-haiMr. anal Mrs. Kdgar Duncan nnal lilini-- to eoiifairin with the llare of tli i. are Inn al In Mnuly nt thai Mr. anal Mrs. Ike Duncan anal daughwrNls ami with li iianow, (.pent Sunday with Mr. anal Mrs. ml liar full ruille, which falls an ter, it the Duiuim. I'verette Ih'ImN. The eiihrnlihT.e Is plaei acriass thai Mr. und Mrs. Charlie Mitchell und chlMien anal Mrs. I.uciuda I'reston front of llio hhill-- e, at the coiners of Ilia eaillur. as a llnSlilin: liaiuh aiaiuinl nent Sunday with Mr. anal Mrs. K.I the aala' aif the wrlt iiillla-- s ami, oild-l- y II 1'restun una family, enousli. on thai upper part of the steete, Jit-- t nviT the faileiirill. A rkelu The Object of a Tax. of loosely hrataleil emhrohleiy tlosn up u tax hill that will suit makes an miuual nnd elTa'ctlve tie tu everybody seems to he an uwful tU slip under the collar. Ilrenuie tliev oil tliai mental capacity of lis author. bhiu.es ure iitaale so as to allow free-daii- n of mot emeu!, they are excellent wear; anal, since j for sprint; oulihuir LONG HAIRED COLTS fabric Is very saift, they may hat At this season of the year your their Instate the hell, If preferreal, I liworn colts are olf feed and run down gen- sten. I of the linen, a tine quality of erally, do not gain, have constipation, I ahitted Swiss may he useal to Hdvan-timhair looks bad. II. A. THOMAS' j and, when It Is possible to obSTOCK REMEDY corrects these' tain this material with coloriM dads, troubles, making them shea! earlier! exceptionally pretty elTectn muy he unal come uut in the sprint: spick und , secured by UsIiik deeper loun for the W. A. DICKKKSON.I embroidery und tie. pan. Only Derby Wearem Do This. Lexlcoflraphtr Wsntcd. A Ii in i will clio the I 'lit skirts lis A new verb has aa.nu' lain exlstciipt. fin oxairplo of the Inli'llei liial It Is the verb "tu niitiiiinitltii.n Tim of womnii ninl t li. ri t--.i ana nnd meanlni: Is nut ipille clear, but w liMik at litmoelf In the mirror trjlni; tlll.-- i .. II In I n I.. on various ilerhy hat- - wllbout .rack ' ,Nl.wl , tllll u a smlle.-t-hlc- a,..,. Post. ins Journal Courler. ,, ,s " Hymn From Unexpected Source. hue loiae from very unci-peclesources. Una of tin flna'st In Ihe biui.'uiii.'e. "Tlii" Siacloiis riniia-Hun- t on llluh," fiiiuiil In all ihiIIis'IIoiis, was written by u chief secretary fair Irehiuil, Jaisrph AiMImiu. vhoso one to other works wniihl tan laity suppnsa Ii in 111 tail for the task. llyuuiH Aim High, la Good Advice. Aim at pi'rfectlon In .!ter)thliiK, thnuch In most thluirs It U uuattaln-able- . anal whose IiuIiichs und make thein utvo It up aa uuallulnahle, Chesterllebl. Looked Out of Place. Mary Jane was Klail wben William camii over In play with her. but win Mirprlscal when she saw he was nil dressed up In his best clothes, and afler looklm; him over from head to font, she asktsl severely: "Why. William, for why )iui wear your (Sunday clothe on week dayat" to It than Ilaiwowr, lhiy who aim at It perseuri will coma- iniiih nearer - thoe Chinese Tea Mouses. Kiiitluml has hlEhnay lav-em- s nnd as we Inn madhouse nhiuj; our bliihuays, so has China her tea liouHeM. The Chinese ilai nut Inalulira much iu lutoxIciinlK, nm tea Is about the 8tmnirest drink they Tea houses there are iilmiit us numeroui us Ice c ri a in uual nihIu resorts are here. Just n