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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 1, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919050101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 1, 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. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY I. 1919. SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 5. GO I'rcnchcirville To Sunday COURT DAY CROWD Small and Little Lusi-nes- s Done. I T Maxwell Cars Sell. The Central (i"arago soli) tlii week, t tin Canard ii Maxwell runiilmut Milling Co., nnd n louring r.ir of the .June mn .e to Jones I.. Anilertui, of School Next Sunday ENORMOUS Senator-elecSenat- Mat Cohen Sick. Confined to Ills bnl with n attach of tonsilitis, Mr. M.it Cohen What ticd to lie known n "horse 'show ihiy" in Garrard munty the fourth .Moinlay In April, liut fiw set ere hotter were on l here last i jil-iMon-ln- win unulilc to fill hi engagement t spenk here hut Moniliiy. He hnpn to lie nliU' to address tin- - farmers of Gnrrard County later. fo-tThe oldest inhabitant could not recoil in having seen n larger crowd There will he n iie Hipper lit Herthan was in laincnster last Thursday, ring School houiv on the evening of to welcome home the soldier boy of May Uth. The proceeds of thin sup-p?- r (arrard county and to witness the goes to the hcnt'lit of this school opining of the Victory Liberty Loan. Government has ever offered. ami everybody in conlially invited. The Although the program was late in Don't forget the date, Friday evening interest rate of 4 4 per cent is the gettihg started it was carriei. out to Imhighest yet offer M; !b. tctn of font May 9th. the Utter, as stated it would be in years and perhaps only three year lat weeks issue of tne Hi cord. ') to run, means thnt these notes are ini;tii r little misunderstanding the going to remain around par or perWay. aeronlane diil ,'ot arri until two An export firm "ill ship to llrniil, haps go higher. o'clock, to:! its tarilin was more n curloail of Defender gilts bnUEtit in We created this war debt so let U3 than terlooked by the spemlid exIt i It will he very gratifying to friends the Bluegrass of Kentucky. pay You expected that this initial shipment faith. It is said the reasons why the hibition of Lieutenant Charles T. and patrons of the famous Crab Or- tion it olf. the seapaid the transporta: IU. across for these boys who will ptivc the way for many more reil two desire tu serve out their term ns Skow, who thrilled the vast throng chard Springs to learn that many imi si.ins and provements are being made there fought for the safety of your home hogs to go to South America from the governors are very much the same with ois n for more thm an th's spring. In fact they are now in- and familv. now its tin tn n. tn nn"dark iiiul Moody ground" nnd are founded on a desire to pie- - looping-thi.'doop'Sundny is "Co to fc'umay School ent ontrol of their stl.tcs going to hour, directly over the ptihlie si;unr? stalling first clas.i baths nnd will cntei their way back home. If you have been solicited or have Mid m plain view of th" tlma wad Day". We urge all Baptist m our artigomstic fectious. to the ills of nervous nnd rheumatic community to he with us on that day, troubles, in fact any troubles that can not yet subscribed for some of these that parked the streets. Mr. W. II. Cook nold hit farm on When he passed over the town he bj cured by heat, baths and electric- bonds, go to the headquarters in the and invite all others who may wish the new Danville roml last i'riilay to A welcome awaits you at! went directly to the landili'i to tome. field ity. The system will probably be office of the Chairman in the Court .Mr J. I Hamilton of this plact. The which had already been prepared and completed by the middle of May, nt House or call at your bank and make the Baptist Church. TO-DAfarm in die of the heat in the county, Sunday School at HI o'clock, marked out for him or the farm of which time patients will he cared for your subscriptions. welt lirprovcd nnd tnntain about ll The patriotism of Garrard county Mr. A. H. Hrown, two miles soutr cu just as they would be at French Lick I'leachmt' nt II o'clock, on the sublitres The price p.ud win $1100.00 ject "A Place Itetter Than Heaven". must and shall not die. Let' finish the town on the Stanford road. or Martinsville. an tale inn1 poMisMon will he given II Y. I'. I' at 7:15 Dr. F. K. Peck, who has bad n num- the job this week and keep The field was easily located, I'. M. Miss he next Jain nr name on the ilOLL OF l.'ivcrne Ditkersin htii charge of the told a representative of the Hecord, ber of year of practical experience, program. and was very complimentary of the with treatments of this character, liONOH. arrangement of the signals, which will be in charge and under his supKvenini: Worship, h o'clock, sub uxlUanes and ject "The Democracy of liud". The ( W II M. had Leen prepared previously by :i ervision will be trained men and Washincton, April 211. (Associated women for nurses. the Sabbath schools cf the Fifth ills- committee named for this purpose. l'ressl Soda water, ite cream, sunWe understand that about S.'.OOO Several thousand people tlocked to tnct, will hoi. I their district ronven-tiu- n Meet-in- g. daes, root beer and all other soda the lield to see the landing nnd to is being expended in these improvein fir Christum church at lain-cat- tr Income County, iy , has eicht fountain drinks taxable view the mnrhino at close range and ments. A card to ".Ma" Willis will Jrircrson bi"inm-- g on the evening of boost-ini- ; Thursday under the revenue act these were also givtn the opportunity get an immediate reply, giving you May the 1 2th nnd closing on the banks and the Hoard of Trade t and financing the Hoys' and fiirls' Five and drinks or dishes will ol a close inspection, by the kindness all the information nrsired. evening of the I ith The Methodist revival whicli ha (Tub work. I'or two years, six hanks he taxed one cent, while fifteen or A hearty welcome is extended to of I leut Skow am! his inechaiiicinn, .been in progress for-th- e past t.vo ' twenty-cen- t drinks will be taxed, two Mr. C. O. Hates. It was n revelation tit. nt various points in the county have t'loie who will ioi. ie closed Tuesday night, which httn furnishing money for the pur-- 1 cents, and the tax will he collected to some of them for many had never ABERDEEN- showed increased interest up to the j from chime of pure-hre- d the purchase r.uulcss the soda seen an aeroplane before. piirs. Big last service. Rev. Bridgtrs made The l.oui.vil.. Hoard of Trade has fountain ktelirr chouse to reduce his replenishing gnsolinr After with .Mr J I. Ilutihiis, ef Danville, ,.i,, i,.. irany frimds while lieie and will al- I,,,.,.!,,.. ,,.,,in.v uiihout in. nrices to include tlie extra tax item. ar.d oil, which had previously been wsys rjcviv? a hwrtyicome houw come over last Monday mid purchased Hie iUestion of when drinks lire provided, .v,r., )(.nr,, Thm year .tMl Lieutenant Skow tlew over . ne cut reiuru to caocasier. tne Itn an oi noes tu t,. ii. mnk, , llf 1U. oui,v, taxable and when they may not be the city for nearly an hour. Union services Inst Sunday morning that aver.iKe.l J.'U pounils eacli, IU taxable ami the precise methods of followed suit. This mak The United States Army Tank nnd were especially interesting, all of the er n L:..!,. I,.,.,!., v.hith he mil f 111 10 a hu'-ate! a ereat commerrial collectinir the tax were discussed at trew pullid into the city from churches of the city, uniting in tlu The ,li. Hradsdiuw Aberdeen-Angu- s .Mr y lluicliin , total or Jl.-'a- a v Mu int,.ri,P, , pu.hini; the l!x leiiKth in n statement issued a few minutes before twelve. cattle tale which is billed for May seivice which wa especially devoted us mat in ills iwtniy.iive years ,,.,( ,,. CMw of hy the Internal Itevenuv Bureau for tens I)iv1)n f To many this was the most interest-in- r Kith, is attracting notice throughout to the older people of the city and lis a denier, tins is the behest price Agriculture in its hui;e work of e.lu-l.- e guidance of proprietors and patrons exhibit and but for the enormous Kentucky and Messrs Hrndshaw tell county. Rev. Palmcter has worked ever paid for one car load of hog tntirin boys and nirls in the feedini; of soda fountains. crowd it could have hown to better us they lire receiving letters every faithfully throughout the series of Bottled Beverage. Exempt. iimd care of purebred live stock. advantiige. It was expected to have day asking for'Cntalogucs. Buys the meetings and to him is due much These example were civen of taxit i liilntcii on Lexington Street but An analysis of this herd from an credit for the good that will surely able drinks when mixed nnd jo!d at A local BKcney sold yesterday to that thoroughfare was so crowded individual and collective standpoint csult from such a meeting. the fountain for ibiisuiiiptioii on the Arthur lleailey, one of our Icadinl with ii'itob out pint tne school biddi- reveals that it is a great consignment, These meetings have done a great Church Hill (iranKe in Christian premises, nml worthy colored citizens, a handng, could only be shown oi the where merit nnd quality is seen nt its ileal of gooil in bringing the com(Iraniv.nle, lemonade, pineapple pub it some 4 passe Hirer Overland autumo-perou- s County Kentucky., has lately held one i" Mpiarc. est, where blood of the most fushion-abl- e munity together in religious cooperaof its very successful cooperative live juice, eoci-co- l i, root beer, moxie. farmer resiiliiiK near town, T' i .Milieu -- j, in chnntc shonj is to be found in the tion. While not primarily planned character bile Arthus is an upright and pros-I- n stock sales. The members disposed phosphates, fruit and llavorini; syrups " ry courtesy to t'-- gazing and 'c pedigrees. A (Kill worth of stock ill mixed with carbonated state record sale in as a union meeting, yet it soon bewater or plain every drive for war bonds he of almost f 100, i'ivt puulv and nil Iowa of this character, averaged came such in spirit at least. All water, milk shakes, malted milk lias subscribed liberally, and he en- one day. denominations took part in it. on oG head. This grange has been ill active shakes, cream nnd eirir shakes, ice 'iiemr ves gent'a Men in c .er.v ser.'e $Hi-jr.0joys the respect of the community u. f I be v ord. T"ic". in charg" were Mr. Bridgers preached The first day of F. J, Roberts to large operation since and is probably cream, ice rream sodas, sundaes, ice which he lives. Capt. V. C. Owens, president of the Aberdeen-Angu- s sale of at crowds in the school auditorium each the best example of community t r :im .tandwichts, flavored ices. Owen Tire and Itubbe Compu.iy, of Atlantic, lawn, featured the sale of night. The day services at the Methto be found lu Kentucky. These drinks are not taxable: Hot Its social days, when men, women and beef ten, coffee, tea, buttermilk, milk, Cleveland, Ohio, U S. Clements, F.piftos, grand champion Angus bill odist Church were deeply spiritual cunrihuied children come for nil day, with a pic. hot thocolate, hot clam broth, to- L.eut. (i.inivnn. Sergeant Goodrich at the lltlfi International, to I.. H. and inspiring. Those who have not to the Jewish Hi lu f fund are Hiked nit- - dinner in harkcts, are noted. The mato bouillon and bottled drinks sold and Frit ate Townsley. Thanks arc due every one who asCanuni, of Aledo, HI., for JIS.'JOO, They nil remained over night nnd the highest price ever paid for an An- sisted in any way in the meeting. to leave their contributions with .Mr. women of the urancc sell their ees, direct from the container. Separate left foe Stanford early Friday morn gus in this country, and equaling or The following arc due worthy menAdolph Joseph, who will see that it is chickens ami turkey cooperatively. manufacturer taxes nrc imposed on ing, leaving behinil theia the best heating the Scotch record of 11,800 tion: the pastors of all the churches, forwarded to the proper authorities). Last season the womiii marketed drinks of the latter class. wishes and thanks of a well pleased guineas, iiepeniting on how the ex. I'rof, Hopkins and the school board. This is one of the most worthy 5,(100 turkeys through this strong or No lax On Cafe Drink.. causes which the peoptt of Cnrrard t.miiation at It tents over the reKU- c'.rnge rate is figured. the men who served ns usher during lie ci cam is not taxable when o!d public. The Kentucky University Hand, touuty have been asked 'to contribute lar market price F.pistos was bred by C. D. nnd K. F, the whole meeting, the ladies who in container to be carried a way containing twenty men. furnished Caldwell, Burlington Junction, Mo., acted as ushers at the Old Folks' ser- to and It is hoped that they will do from selling place to be eaten. Ice their duty In this noble work, cream cones are taxable, llromo some delightful muie, heading the and was dropped in 11' 1.1. He was vice, the ladies who furnished flowers, seller. Itochelle salts, seidlitz pow parade of several hundred soldier shown ns a junior yearling nt the those who helped decorate the audiIt may interest those who have ders, enstor oil, cpso! salts and sim and added materially to the pleasure It'll! International, where he was torium, those who played the piano, antique piece ilar medicines often served at soda of the dny. nirtle grand champion bull of the those who helped with the singing, Henry Clay did much to bring heretofore sent their The pleasure of feeding the sol- breed. He is an Enthantress Trojan-F.rit- those in charge of the finances, and to other towns to be restored that fountains are not subject to the tux. purebred live stock into Kentucky Mr. A. Tucker is devoting much of J. sired by Undulata Black Ito those who contributed of their means. Soft drink stands or push cart on- - diers was curried out generously by when he farmed nt his home. Ash-lautime to retinishlug old furniture, tei prises lire subject to the tax, but the local memb'rs of the Itcu Cross, lid, After the show he topped the Special thanks are due the Christian just outside of l.e' iilMoti The his Hid wil' be very glad to have visitor mid I'resbyterian churches for the restaurants or other places serving ample provisions being served, both International Angus sale. fallowing extract from a lettti writsumptuously nnd methodically. Tho to his shop on Danville Street, just Trojan-F.iic- n offer Knvion the Knchantress of the use of their building ten to Adam ll?atty, dune If. !.:!.', below the post office to look at Ids ice cream or soft drinks ns nil inci- address of welcome was made by bull that is the sire of most of during the meeting. Doubtless, the dental feature of the business are not txpl'iins itself: Juuge L. I.. Walker, who did it in Ids work. This spring he bus calvep in the Bradshiiw sale, is a same offer would have been made by "I have late' purchased in Wii'li-irxto- n to hi patrons from his shop returned ieiUired to collect or to pay the tax. own eloquent way, hie midrtss being the u num- Chin ch "sociables" nnd clubs are exfull brother in blood to F.pistos. Kn the Baptist church, had their buildCounty I'enn., fifty ft.lt ber of interesting restored pieces, empt, but booths nt country fairs, n'Eilo from the iteps of the park, ns vion was bred by K. D. and E. F. ing been larger. lioodtd Merlu.i ewei, the choice out hut now ha on exhibit tie court hnp.ee would not negi.i to other puces citcuse Quite n Mo. came rf . CI', part of titiv of the liuest Mocks of his own hand. work; one v.hith has the tax. or ball games must colli ct hold tho crowd that listened to Ids Caldwell,damBurlington ofJunction, cow gave their number to Mr. forward and was out Knvion the same hands Bridgers in There aro about i.i iv county. t identic' remark.!. especially interested callers is a kitn 1'pistos, token of the fact that they were deH! or IK lamb with them and I sup-foi- e A. (I'lplleld also addressed . Dr which has been train-formc- o chen There is no breed of beef cattle termined to lead better nnd more conan eiUal portion of rams". the people, but unfortunately, when that has such n record nil over the secrated lives. Seven into a cabinet, or book tase gave their about half through hi talk, the cero-phn- e world as the Aberdeen-Angu- s This with tiasi- dooi i i f grill work. Here name for church membership. Other: pas-cover and of course the is whut they have done at the Inter- may follow. piece specially tl.oA Mi Tucker's Many had their spiritcrowds attention was immediately national Stock Exposition, the great- ual life quickened. On the evening of April 21st, the skill be i ig both ipiniut mid nignitled uivcrted. est live stock show in the world; SinBridgers went from here to Heaven opened wide to re-- i Mr, fucker im in him the blood of Mr. gate of Taking it all in all it wis a great gle steer amards at 17 shows, eleven North Caro'ina, to deliver an nddres Mr, James M. Vvulit?n, Cathier of cive the soul of little (icorghi May old cvttmen, ha.ing lit M shop u nged i months, daughter nnd pitce of Oo'neiy with inl.w ibne by the Farmers nnd Merchant grand Championship have been won May 1, on tho Victory Liberty Loan, Hank nt Jay for bannister and 'inrrard Centers, Klktou, Kentucky, has mapped out n county and one that will be long re by the Aberdeen-AnguCar load He expects to return to Kentucky the only child of Mr. tunl Mr. Forest Id greut great great grand-fatheAberdeen-Angu- s vvus the light of her cue Mallory, of Lincoln county, and system of road for Todd County nnd membered. have won 13 Grnnd next week ond engage In union reShe Ctnter. furniget one thousand men he propose to Championship; Shorthorns, once, vival services nt Jackson. Imr.ie, niul tho center of attraction of those who have seen the old lot of fat cattle, out of 17 shows Mr nml Mr, ture and Interior wood-worthat em- of the County to ngree to donate her fond gnuid-paientHereford, 3 times. In the carcass, Special Trices on Disc Smoothing ("eolge Conn, "(iod Iuj gathered bellish the pioneer house of Lincoln $100.00 per year for u sufficient of We wish hereby to express our ap and that is the final teat, Aberdeen-Angu- s Harrow and corn planters and culone of tho fullest llower ou", of he know how skillful were the joincyi years to build the proposed system. $100,000.00 would be available preciation and cordial thank to the have won Grand Champion- tivators. J. R. Mount and Co. garden of our heart" to bloom more and cabinet makers of those ilajs each year from his plan in addition to local chapter of the lted Cross for ship 1G times out of 17, Other perfect In heuven. Our philosopher the courtesies extended to the color- breed scarcely got to tint base. The say: You run the regular county road fund. FOR SALE: Some nice registered Funeral service was held nt the He states that he has laid the mat ed soldiers who participated in the public i earnestly asked to uttend Poland China gilts, weight about 100 Presbyterian church, conducted hy sometimes cheat folk an' g'H hy with Itev. tCldridgv, unit the little body It; but you can't rob the land you ter before three hundred men and exercises of the Victory Loan parade this sale and bring your neighbors noundi, also u couple of sows with and see these market topper sell. tenderly laid to rest in the Old I'alnt furm an' not pay the hill jooncr or every one has agreed to it and the of last Thursduy. pig. Will sell cheap. Muttie Ueailey, Mollie Ferkins. success of the scheme seems assure J. later. Write for cr.ttloe. S. D. Cochran. l.ick cemetery. Pie Supper. Gilts Go To Brazil. Robert Fox showed Inn f :i t stallion, Auto '.oinbro nnd hi' lit- . trnrti it much lie n tho fi'tcst horse that ever niade n season II. II. south of the Kintucky river. Italrnmli's ln,rs" "llii'h Clcud" made how ns did lilac k I'nt shown :i good by Virgil (i.istir.enu. Claude Conn turned lis saddle stallion Hex, hy Ilex Alhuckle and had many iiilmir-- c The handsome I'ercheron stnl-mi- i Sampson, owned hy 1'. E. Foley, w. i n handsome specimen of this type and was the renter of attraction f r some time. Ate-i- t Hill at' It-- I'ero on the market and nil sal I at good prices. A few saddle horses chnnged hands. Vein.int and l.ittou buying a fine enlking mnrc of J M. Crnig for or-elect Jersey, are arranging n senatorial under the terms of which hoth will coiitir.ue to their respective QUOTA NOT STANLEY REACHED. To S.erve Out Term A? WAS THE THRONG IN LANCASTER LAST Garrard County Must THURSDAY. Governor. Not Fail. $130,000 A Washington ttligrnln cays: It AEROPLANE, ARMY TANK AND MUSIC is n ported here that t Subscribed. A.O. Stanley, of Kintucky, and Wnltcr K. Edge, of Ye.v THRILL THE SPECTATORS. The Victory Liberty Loan which rrne ns governors of SOLDIER BOYS CIVEN HEARTY WELCOME. here last Thursday ha not leached its quoin in Gurrard county and up to last night only ?130,00C had been subscribed. Tne quota county is $108,030 and those who knew say that (Jarrard county must not nnd will not fail to go "over the top". These notes are the most attractive form of Investment that the opened SENATOR-ELEC- r. stntilt until their gubernatorial terms expire. Stan ley's term as gjvernor of Kentucky wiil i xpirc ui xt December and Edge's tirm as governor of New Jiney will nil next January. Stanley L n Democrnt and hilce Is a Ktpubh'-uThe alleged agreement simply would niHii that Kenttirky and N'ow Jcr-ewould he represented in the Senate h one stnutor each until next January T.'.e political control of the Semite wuld nut he ,n my way hi. cd. lio'e.er. mini; to the fact that they are of opposite political CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. Electrical Baths Being Installed. Other provements Under Baptist Church. Fine Farm Sells. SOFT DRINK TAX ON District Convention. Only Hottlcd Beverages Exempt. Restaurants Not Affected. REVIVAL CLOSES Eight Banks Boost. After Successful Hog Sale. ANGUS SALE. fr Attracting Interest over Whole Country. ),, New Car. Grange Sells Stock. ,ne; Jewish Relief Fund. Antique Shop. Clay Bought Purebreds. Death Claims Infant. A Scheme For Raising Revenue To Build Roads. Appreciated. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May! MIMMIIMWIMMIMIMI t 1 . 1919 t m Our story this week is short and simple It is only one of the several hundred opportunities that awaits you at our store. Wire Fence Jn Stock Today J 2 v 2 2 26 inch 6 inch stay No. 10 top, only 45 cts per rod. 39 inch 12 inch stay No. 9 top, only 50 cts per rod. 39 inch 6 inch stay No 10 top, only 55 cts per rod. 4 foot, 12 in stay, No. 10 top, only 45 cts per rod. 4 foot, 12 inch stay, No. 9 top, only 55 cts per rod. 4 foot, 12 inch stay, all No. 9, only 85 cts per rod. 4 point heavy hog Barbed wire, 80 rod only 2 point light cattle Barbed wire 80 rod only Galvanized smooth wire, per 100 lbs, only Staples 1 4 polished per 100 lbs, only only Wire Nails Base per 100 pounds, 1-- $5.00 $3.75 $5.50 $4.50 $4.00 i These prices are delivered at your station. Come if you can, if not phone us. Our price is cheaper. Try us on Tobacco Setters Tigers and Bemis. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May I, I9I9. NOTICE 5 T NIHHHINMMINa To Our i Patrons The management of the Bastin Telephone Company has been informed that the committee appointed by the City Council to prepare and present a franchise for its consideration will have its work completed and ready for the franchise to be read for the first time on Monday night, May 5, 1919. These gentlemen appointed to represent the people will have a contract to offer, we assume, that will be acceptable to the public and fully protect the public interest. The rates charged heretofore in Lancaster for telephone service have not met the expenses necessary to operate a telephone system although administered in the most economical way possible. This Company has lost money in its Lancaster business for a number of years and this loss has constantly grown and especially rapid since war conditions have caused the high price in telephone equipment of all kinds. We state, without the fear of contradiction that the Bastin Telephone Company is the only telephone company in the State of Kentucky that has. operated a telephone exchange for any length of time under conditions similiar to Lancaster for the small sum of one dollar per month for residence and business telephones. We think the juot public of Lancaster now unanimously concede that any telephone company doing business in this City ought to have the right to charge fair and reasonable rates for telephone service and that this City and County should have a first class telephone system. This is impossible without adequate rates charged by the operating company. In fixing a telephone rate to be charged under this franchise the public and the officials of Lancaster will keep in mind that of all commodities on the market there has not been a larger increase in price in any in the past five years than in telephone equipment. The Bastin Telephone Company will be a bidder for the franchise offered provided the rates are adequate to pay a reasonable return on the capital invested in the telephone business in Lancaster and Garrard County. The Company anticipates the experienced officials of the City fully realize the conditions of business now existing and will fix p living rate in the franchise offered. This rompany will continue to g:ve good service to its patrons as heretofore stated. Very Respectfully, 1 CI Miss Mattie Lutes, Sec'ty and Treas. Bastin Telephone Go, Advertisement. "Irs. Holhirt Smith rf Hanille spent several t!a the past week with Mr. and Mr. John Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Henry and children of Kirksvillo were Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. .Milton Ward. Mm, John Smith and daughter and .ion. Hazel ami Albeit, spent Sunday with Mr. Grace Sutton on tho C. O, pike. . u J.VV.Creech, President. ri a o IIOURNI".. Mr. Clayton Humphrey has a new Ford. Mr. and 5lr. Fred Splvey are ,N-Iti- n til l.outtvilli'. Mra. Homer Humphrey i tho guest ef her aistcr, Mr. H. C. Stone. .Mr. Dun Dunlin ha recently pur. chased it seven passenger N'ash tour ing cur. .Mr. William Ilancmi itXNtt last Thursday with his daughter, Mr. Irvine Illakeman. Quite number of iwople from thi P' h'u i'ti' iii Lancaster Thuraday to view the llyinp cimi Hamro ami Mr mill Mr. J. l Adlrttlge jtr.uid-siiu- , H. O. spoilt Thursdav with Mr. and Mrs. Joe AI- .lrn!i.'t tif I . nea-- 'i r Mr Howard JcnhitH of Lancaster. and Mi- - ' l.iun a .mil Lillian Pierce wire the gue-t- s of Mis I.ouclla and Vr II rl. r Dotl ii t'un .aj gu,u Sumiav Mi. Merit! Well wuv Mr Sunday uf Mr. and Mrs. Henry .11. A Creech. Mr. and Mrs. (iecrge Hail of lluek-ev- o spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Sum Hall. Misses I! rune tie and !!enn Hnwte visited their brother CharhM at the k end. .Mir. Thomas ilaliard ami little sen, spent Saturday with Mm. Sum Tankersley. Mrs, Jack Hubert entertniiial n number of friends at a six o'clock dinner Saturday. Mrs. .lames lUm has been Visiting Ur mother, Mrs. Klitnbetli Tankersley the past week. Mrs. Mantle Uetitly and children lore th weelc-n- d visiters of Mr. and Mrs. James KoUrlt. Mrs. Henry Creech and Mrs. Allie lihudus were the guests of Mrs. V. I1 Anderson, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie IJilIoti niv1 I ildieu were guests f alll Jirs Calvin Wnrdluw, Sunday. Mr. Daniel Tankersley of Col'im bus Ind , is visiting his parents, Mr ami Mrs. J elm Tankers! Miss Nancy Tankersley lift Monday fur Wllliamstowii after a two folks and wioks visit with home a uilhnirneM to go if it His tenth Lord's will felt, especially by his aged father, Mr. W. I). Mnrksbury of this place, who almost idolized him, feel-ini- c that death hi" seveied his nearest and deerest lartnly tie. A micsionary program was carried out before . full house by the children of the S. S. last Sunday afternoon. Mewlames Carrie Turner and .Motraret I'otUrd and Mi- - Sue Sutton and Mr. (ierdin Doty suixrin-tenuV- tl the drill, "dies Amy Dawes A talk by Itev. KistiHl in tne music ( larence Strother of Ijincaster was appreeiatetl. Aim after the pro-trra- m a duet sunn by Miss liletser am! Tne Mr. Wntion of Wilmore. which we thought Rood, (there beini" no paster to luiust the subject .aa $ll.r.J3. Mr. beforehand! Pauis t retn'e I a! the oriran for the iluets. t'jire--- e l was the Iluth trcatt t! school and the u to a variety of delicious noni"-ii- ' nle enmiy. Mi Lane ha. taught I Farms For Sale Mr. and Mm. Z. T. Uice and family motored down troni Iilchmend Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Carrie Davidson. KNOCKS OUT PAIN THE FIRST ROUND Comforting relief from pain makes Sloan's tho World's Liniment Tli! famous relicvtr tf rheumatic nchrs, ion new, stillness, painful sprains, neuralgic julns, and most ether external twingeshat liumanily suffers from, enjoys its great salts because it practically never fails to iring speedy, comforting relief. Always ready for use, it takes Ilttla to penelratsmthoulrubbing and produce results. Clean, rifrc sliing. At all drug ttores. A hrgc liottle means economy. jr, Vigqrj ly vidorout men and women. Wttnonc U Urklnl Intrentb and rnJirimr. rn ryicl thrn 4oikJ filth it vaptind, U at low tlb, It ia impoatiM la 4t,com llirt nar'a work. Otircdhecaaaraof III health ami low itallty la it iniproprr lunciionini fl ih LlJnrx. TrtH.tI rnulta uheo l hey fjil ti eliminate taiate an J pouortoua maiirr from the at item, and iheuniailc pmni, biikathe, ufT join i a, tore tnuKctr. and cinrr aimrtoma quUlly follow. bv ih rITri-l- ot aiJory and tladJcr troubleand lbey are rcmovinl the cauae, 'Ihey tone up and trcrtttvn ite curative. weakened or dneaaed nifmi, II, D. (sttlrt'crfy, Marine f)neert Vort Vincent, t.a , write. "I tnntider l"o!ey Kidney I'dUihr ref inl medu Ine lor kidney and I Udder trouble everuied. 1 recommend thrra to $11 Mku autfer with kidecy and bUddtr trouble " friends hire. Mr. un I Mr. Thomas ilalln1 I .m l Utile smi, Charles William were the u.-eend ituot of her paienn, Mr and Mr. Henry Tankersley MAI.KSi.UKY Mrs Flora" Ilurnside of Danville was the guest of Mis (irace Aldridge Sunday. Mistes Ida Mae and Kmily Bourne, of West Lancaster have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Funny l'ollard. Mr. Hamilton had u buggy demol-idie- .l by a runaway horse which was tiea to.n teletihune post in front of the chinch Ahen It became friiihtened je terday and broke loose. The death of Mr. W. I. Mnrksbury occurred at 2i!i N. I.ime Street, Lexington, Ky last Friday moraine. His death was not a surprise ns he hail been in ill health for a long time and in the past few months the physicians gave tho family no hope of his recovery, He was nliout 50 ears old and a member of the liaptist church. He STORMHS DRUG STORE. GUY. Mls Ilessie Turner John lllnck. is visitini; Mrs. UNION, Mr (iilbert Stnrns was visitor In ltiehmond. n recent Mr. I!. H. Ward has purcliutetl a new Chevrolet car. Mesdnmes J. U Yantis and Howard Harvey were guests Monday of Mrs. Mr, Ahni Hull bought of Mr. II. K. Sebastian a nice mare for $ I .(. 00. Mrs. l.uuru Matthewj is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack Huberts this eek. Mr. Sam Hall was with his Ittr, Mrs. Jesse Alford of l'rcaihcrsvilla (ireen I'oynter. Currey of Colfeyville Kansas, was the guest of Mr. J. L .Mr, William Yantis, Wednesday night. Miss Anna Mae, I.ida mid Jean llroaddu were visitors Sunday of Miss Alice Sutton of Mnrksbury, Misses Mary and Kiien Turner an Carrie Yater and Messrs Haul Fletchi er and Charlie Yatei nitnred to n !at ' hiiridav efiernoon. Mr. Tliurnmn Tester, who has been in the service of Uncle Sam, has returned from overseas, and is visiting Ins relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Seott. Mr. and Mrs. T. I.. Yantis enter-ta.-iTuesday at their beautiful r try home. Their guesti were, Mr W. Y. Currey, Mrs. Arthusa Cur-- r Mrs. Curt Hobinson and daugh- , i'. .Mr. and Mrs. .William Kmbry and; ,.ie daughter Kuth. All present! . it u delightful day. j Brightening a Rcem. The patrons of the Antiocli School The yellow glenia of hras nlwayi t ti tru-t pureh.ii.ed niitU Ileal to any dark uunk .m l tin'd met Saturday and f Mr. J. It. Jennings his residence Willi dark furniture, N mnsi artistic. on t!ie ,i i two acre of land fur $2,1100. Mr. A iwlr of Imiss eundlcstleks nniligs ((ives possession May Stli, miiiitel. uiidlroiis before nn open tire or ccn a linis Jardiniere for fern. ., work will comv.enee at once on uttracthe In a dark is ore all tl e new school building, and it limped it will be finished and readv rutim. ' fur i.eeupHiicy bj the next term. and Davidson .Mesdniros Carrie V. .Ilium Sutton prave an elegant din-- 1 in honor of Mr. W. Y. Mrs. W. II. I'cters died at her home C'lrrey of Coireyville, Kanat. The at - o'clock Sunday and was laid to follow Ins guests enjoyed the hospi- rest in the I're.uheisville c meter tality of the charming hoteei. Mr. .Monday at 10 o'clock, after prayer W. Y. Currey, .Mrs. ArthiiM Currey, and a short talk by Itev. llabinson. Mrs. Curt liobinton, and daughter, Miss Jennie Smith, and Mr. Iirad-leMr. and Mrs. I.. I!. Davidson, Messrs Thompson, motored to tho home I,. Yantis and Wm. Sutton. Janus of Itev. A. C. llaird on Thursday Our Spring School taught by MUs April 2i, 1919, and were united in Kuth Lane of lluetia Vi.ta. closed marriage. Quite a number of friends t.Vi,lnv nftt't-nnnwith annrooriate and relative were present. After exercises consisting of otigs, speech-- 1 the ceremony they drove to the homo e, etc, all the scholars that took part of tho bride's mother, where they doing well. Three priies were given were entertained nt a delightful 0 ty the pupils riceiving the greatest o'clock dinner, quite a number of nunibvr of headmaiks In spelling. In guests being present. The bride is the 4lh grade tieorge S. Yuntl won the attractive daughter of Mrs. Nantho ptiie, in the 3th grade Hubert nie Smith of Crub Orchard, nnd all Lillnrd (iulloy, the 0th grade, Miss who know her love her. The groom Carrie Sutton. Tho thiee pruei be-- lr is a prosperous young railroad man !,ant!ome new Testaments, and from I'age Ky, in which place they Miss will make their future home. hlg'.iy priied by the winners. -- JT acre-- , gently rolling. " inllt' from town, near and t liiireh immI pleiiij uiitei'. er produt ne; littiisc. large burn, tine Gives slink: grain and (obaeeo land. Mlii.nl per acre: Mtine terms. "Stveral ears ago I was under ) T." .itrts, soino timber, land rolling,' , oaru utilise, pit'iny treatment of a stomach specialist for ." months, 3 weeks of which were water; if'JsiH. ' spent in a hospital. Another stomWe have large list of ach specialist told me I had gall farms, on gisnl mads, near steam anil was eleetrie railroad, at Ii- -- than half the stines and that an operation of I did not' want to have prlii' asked for the same iniullt necessary. this, 1 lost 15 pounds in weight. laiitl soiiili of Hi - iililo lilier. Write us .Miur wants. Talking with a brnkeman one day he told me of Mayr's Wonderful Itemedy & and since taking it 1 have gained 10 Hcnryville, Ind. pounds, and am feeling tine. 1 am advising others to try it". It is a simple, harmless prepaiatiou that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflamall mation which causes practically stomach, liver and intestinal ailment", n la. it:?, t'n.' dui.e vj ineludii.K convince or mone refunded. I!, h. Mclioberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Kj Us u nplinoid friem .ie'iool and has in this vieinitj. m.:.1-ma- Railroad Man Good Advice. Hostettler Francis DR. JJ.Wita! Chiropodist FOOT Preachersville. DQCT01 Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office DANVILLE Gilchcr Hotel, everv Tuet- SI S day, Wednesday and Friday RICHMOND Monday and Thursday. STANFORD, Saturday only. The Central Record, Lancaster The Central Record Jt.SO a Issued Weeklr. Payable In Advanc. Ky. Thursday, May 1, 1919. Yer. J. R. L .ELKIN, E. ROBINSON', Editor. Local Editor nnd Mgr. r, Entered nt the Tot Office in Ky., ns Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Member Kentucky I'rcss Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Rates For Political Announcements. For Trecitict an.l City Offices.. $5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Officcs..l5.00 .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., May 1, 1919 A MATTER OF HYGIENE. It would be malicious to suggest that the Koernment has levied a tax upon young boys, secure in the knowledge that this could be done with impunHoys under twenty-on- e ity. do not vote, so that there is no danger of retaliation at the polls. We do not take such an extreme view. The government has merely acted from inadvertence ; but none the less it is up to the government to brine with the this. ! itnno. It I rmrtpil tlist nn skeletons of the massacre victims and killed by the Indian. certain distance apart, Most of about a slight readjustment, if pteparation of landing helds in eiery ,,,., wi ,,e nmJ(. , ,,. S(ale ,)f of their burial near the fort, by reand children escn'ted through possible. "forts of friendly Indians Kentucky to have tlem taken to turning troop in lMti, who rebuilt BRADSHAW BROS, oounty. To put a tax upon sporting In connection with the present ic- - Krankfort destroyed fort, is gien in n history VKTKRINARY ItlMl'.DH'.S tory Loan eampidgn ships from God-- j j,14S Caroline .Mcllvaine, librarian of Chicago nnd the Northwest by Mrs. goods used by youngsters was John Kinzie. It is bcliccd that the A THOMAS and FA It IMS' line an error of the venial kind. Buy Top Cow Of Sale man Field have visited s'xteen towns f ,i, ii.t,.riril q,wi..iv covering ill different vicinities, ,.v,minCl the bones and by a proce.s bodies were interred on boards such stands at the head iif the list. They The government has enough to proximately 1.700 miles. Landings , f rijniin.llio.. are medicine, all To Add To Their You do thl... ,.. ,h,n ,,f as those found. do at all times, and lately has made as often as proper .. have ,.,..,.. The Fort Dearborn maacre oc- not pay medicine medicine. the simU1I...I i ,h.. tit prices for hr.d rather more than enough fields vvete available. Hundreds of -.... ..i ,i .,, .u,,. ..i Herd. curred ugist l.'th, 1S12. after the ple feed jou hae on the farm. Why pounds of Victory Loan literature man, woman or child, or of white or fort hail been evacuated and its resi- not try remedies of known merit to do. Faced at every turn have been scattered o.,r large areas. Indian", she said, "but would judge dents had starteil on a march to De- Preparations that have stood the test Mr. A. D. Bradshaw attended the with the necessity of determincattle at Seventeen other places are on th fr( , thc Io.nlion thllt thl.y nrt. ,, of time nnd each succeeding year troit, where the nearest post was ing fundamental questions of sale of Aberdeen-Angu- s Jiich will founi, nt thc Washington Court Houe, Ohio, last schedule et to be visited. finds them growing in favor with of t(u, maacri. ntl(, "The Sauganash" a policy at the shortest notice it Tuesday over harivd V A. Ilickerson. jit fort farmer n,ur tllJ and while there bought the can lor a.iumcnai mileage ot had preceded the band, run- has found little time to devote, top cow of the sale to head their fam- J.OOO miles. Maps Are Not Complete. to matters where fundamentals ous hern at the Aberdeen-Angu- s -With the maps now available, cross- i are not involved. Hence the Stock Farm. of country 'lying is a more or less, ami This cw hc.irs the name injudicious tax on sporting "Black Empress Again" and is of the in most cases more, dangerous un- goods. dcrtaking. Ordinarily, clouds are to Callinilallock There is no reason why a Mesrs Bradshaw Uie found at altitudes lower than the This cow cost not be levied on a cer- S1.400 and wts the highest price paid height at which it is considered safe for this week many special attractions. To early buyers in all to fly over territuriis unknown to thc ! at the talc tain class of these articles. It fur any aviator. Frequently the pilot is untakes very slight acumen to able to properly maintain a course differentiate between goods of Methodist Church. . .ibove the clouds, and upon coming NewUp-to-dat- e the kind that are merely luxur down below them he finds that he Regular services Sunday morning ies used by the very wealthy and night. Let those who gave their cannot locate himself on the nap. It you willfind it mucn to your interest to buy now and tfet the first pick. is then necessary to make a landing and the essentials of healthy names for in this church to ncertain his position, otherwise exercise necessary to bodily be present Sunocy morning. might find himself much further School lie Don't forget I I i growth. A polo mallet is not If the field picked out M.i of his course. day. Lit every Methodist he likely to be purchased by a for a landing does not prove to be a p'ac; at the Sunday School and thus good one, n "crash" is likely to rebricklayer's ?on. A baseball no our part in tHs worthy cause. make Kentucky the first State In the OUR RETURNING SOLDIERS. PERMANENT I'nion to Institute such n system of Throughout the country our AEROPLANE "aerial roads'.landing fields arc preWhatever soldiers are making their wny pared, or designating number'" dis And to fieir home town. 'ci Es- played, the to.vn will bo visited by a ' I?' complaint are made that in Landing FicldTo Bo photogiaphcd photographic plane, (gl many pincc they are .vtcived tablished in Garrard. 'and n landing made if posslh'o. Tlicel'ljl with little enthusiasm. photographs will b sent to Wash-- rgi We are today showing the mot exclusive line of We .do not believe that the Necesaary Paper, Filed and Tempor- ingtcn, I). C to become n palt of n':r Wnll Paper that have ever been seen in Central map showing every landing ptaie In iSi lack of enthusiasm .omcs from ary Field Selected. Kentucky. the country, Copies will nl ho pre-- , fu any lack of feeling. AmeriWe have bought in wholesale quantities anil are vented to the town t officials for given to expressSince Lancaster has hen placed cans are not able to give you your paper at a big saving. We on the map as an "Aerial I.nnding ing their emotions. The Amer With the proper number of land- have a force of expert workmen and each job is fincae ican youth is trained to repres- place" temporarily as was the taken inp fields and the proper display of ished in the best of style and workmanship. Thursday, steps have been last and the to have heie n permanent landing designating points Kentucky should sion and Is dc- be more traveled result of this training remains field and Mr. John M. Farra tells us clnred, than any by airplane, itin the Paints, Varnishes, Lead, Oils, Brushes, other State papers have been tiled that the proper with the adult. nation." nt Camp Knox Window Glass, Picture Frames, Room But when soldiers come, with the authorities home is the time, if ever, to ind Lancaster will be on thi aerial BONES OF VICTIMS 'SI Molding and Wind Shields. give expression to our feelings. ",nj'.; x ,)rmn ttho kjmlly Massacre Pi These young men have risked 50tltcii for aero- - In Dearborn inuihig it the OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE WITH A LINE OF everything in the service of plane on his beautiful farm on tin Uncovered At Chi-cag- o. THE BEST PAINTS, prices right. We have many their country. Thev have on-- ! Stanford pike, has agreed that the new and pretty moldings for our framing departn uiejl temporarily until dured discomfort and suffering Pbc ment; also oval frames with convex glass. relicted. .Mr. another site and peril for our protection. ,,nrra ha, consentCl, to ,,onntc 5Uch Kentuckian, Whose Forefathers Were Call and see us for your wants in our line before They come with the stripes of n ,,iacc as soon ns the wheat crop is buying elsewhere. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. Killed Interested In Ditcovery. honorable service and honor-- i harvested, whieii will be one mile WALL PAPEU AND DANVILLE'S EXCLUSIVE their r.nrer town nnd jut along the road-- 1 Kentuckians whoe forefathers aole discharge upon PAINT STORE. were among the early settlers and sleeves. Last Sunday' Courier Journal con- - tt,10, Let us grout hem with the tainod a map of the various towns ,im, nncc.,tor!, wt,rt, amone t1(, vie th inif , ,i. hi...The Mtitcd by the aeroplanes during the Kaism and rort Dearborn, have learn- - ,0' heartiest of welcomes. small town cannot give its re- Liberty Loan drive, ami in speaking ed of the discovery of the bones of turning heroes triumphal arch- of the permanent maps being placed two persons believed to have been iri; THIRD STREET. the said: DANVILLE, KY. es and wonderful music and (Aer t,... state ml.,. .,.,, nt r.n.i. victims nt the Fort Dearborn massacre of IS 12. great parades. The more need rair'PfrapirVlJafrarrtiJiairtiJBi KiM 0 Mlirch 5 Col. jvm),(I. The bones lying on two rudely fin- iarjQjrarrJbnao that we . should show them the 'was instrumental in initiating two ished walnut board., six feet below e .... in uui lecitUK, uui en movements which undoubtedly will the surface, were utHII unearthed by during pride in them, and our do much toward promotion of avia on Michigan boulevard, be- and then, whi'ii the riwr was straigh' rurt to Detroit in an tlTort to serur,-renforcements from the gam ion tion, both commercial and otherwise; tween Ijike and South Water streets. ened in 1SH7 nnd the bones exposed. joy in their return. Let the namely, an aerial photographic map mufd to a site which would corres- there Chicago, recently. of their homecoming be a of a large section of the State, ns well In Efforts time At a point now- known as are being nude by Ken- pond, as near as the records ran time that they will alwavs re- as ii plan for organizing the entjre tuckians interest, d in the prcscrv.inco show, to the pl.ice where they hae stret. in Chicago, the fleeing little garrison were ambushed In the member with satisfaction and State in n movement for a system of of the remains of Kentuckians to Just been found." aeiial routes, by numbering towns n trice identity of the bones and should An account of finding blenched dunes and practically all of the men happiness. along Wall Paper 1 i ol J t. ,.. s I ii 8 i ,..,.. $ I Coomer and Nave i .. i I ! e - Kight-tent- h i P- -( b-- en .,, ,; 1 ' half-bree- -' lilacktird-Thirdstrai- d As an inducement we are Offering Porch Furniture am-n,- memb-jrslit- .i fi bat is. Black-Creec- h. There is wisdom in the principle that unnecessary diver15th of April, alex Z On sions should yield revenue to Cttechthe nnd Miss Lou lilack. were state. We find it in the quietly united in n'Tringc by the I'.tv. tlx tax on movie tickets. But the C. T. Ilrummitt i f the Gilberts Creek health giving exercise of chil- Baptist church, at the home of .Mr. After dren is more than a dhersion an i .Mm Charley Haeirlein Indiana the ceremony they left for It is as necessary as food and v.h?ie they spent a week visiting clothing. and friends. rel-vv- pE of 3 QC You'll Pick a Winner When you choose our immense stock Hi I HARDWARE, KITCHEN WARE, FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. satisfaction and then Let us promise you quick service and Give us a chance to keep our Promise. Conn Brothers. 3r1Fl L1E DC sult. If a field cannot be found that looks good, the airman finds himself forced to land because of a shortage of gasoline. It is therefore obvious that if various towns would provide a marking (numbers coinciding with those on a' map being prepared, has been suggested) nn aviator would be able to1 orient himself rapidly and continue on his way toward a known landing field. It is considered feasible to place a landing field in each county. This con be done with practically no expense. In nearly every community a pasture or meadow sulficiently large for n landing field is easily found. This field should bo of firm and level! turf, approximately 1,'J00 feet square (300 feet square might do If nothing bitter is to bo hnd) and thould be free from obstacles such as trees, hcuses, etc., in or near the field. What littlo work is to be done, such as clearing brush and small obstacles, will in most cases be volunteered by Boy Scouts' organizations. The marking of a landing field thould be a l.irgs "T", which should ho at least forty feet long by five feet in width. Landinz Fields Needed. The designating numbers towns in this movement are asked to display should be fifty feet high when possible with no line less than four feet in width, In order that they may readily be seen from high altitudes. These numbers might be made from canvas ttnked to thc ground, laid out in boards painted white, formed of white stones or painted on the'roof of it prominent building. If they be placed in the landing field care should be taken that they would not offer an obstruction to a safo landing. ws& ,r J Wait Grass Rugs v ut hat u r.edroomt. wan' for the porch and We have th,m ir. any coior jour taste call, 1 fir. all e tugs are nat stenciled, rs woven m. 9x12 Size Special $13.50 Old Hickory Suits (iiiisla'il in Ivory nnd Green ur nntural llnisli nil price. This special clinir worth S7.50 now $5.25 Fiber Rockers This beautiful rocker n good upholtcrwl .n grade of Tapestry and rich S 1 Drown fun h worth ;..".) SPECIAL PRICE $11.50 I'l.iiii without Tnpcttry, hm ii i ii .llijab PHP-b. B. Special $7.50 SflPP FURNITURE COMPANY. DANVILLE, KY. Gilcher Hotel Bldge. During the pretent cross-countr- y DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE AND RUG STORE. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." flights, messages are being dropped to the Mayor of each town selected as the feasible place for a designating point or a landing field, asking these oTicials to in this plan to Telephone No. 450 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY I. 1919. 'the .ntcrest of ccrt.lin county und if, hy the provisions of the law, Utrlo officials, instead of in llio Inter-cs- t !cr with its enforcement the state. of sheep raisers, mid tlmt the law SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YKAR NUMBER S. THE EXPLAINS NEW IN DETAIL DOC GOOD LAW POINTS UPHELD OF THE LAW AND 1L SAYS DESIRED RESULTS HAND OF "TAX PAYER" NON AND DE WILL FOLLOW. ASIDE lllS CALLS ASKS THAT HE LAY PLUME. is in the nature of n luxury, nnd that IMitor of The Central Record. ami does n fhcep is n necessity, ljnni"ter, Kentucky to pay in should he taxed KiilTu-ii'titlDear Sir: There appeared in The Central full the ilamaKe they ilo, anil tlmt if Krcuril of March "Oth, I hetiee, im we must make n choice, it is Iielter article siened TAX l'AYKIt. The to make dees scarce than to make author of this article, manifestly, haSShecp scnrrc. In this connection the fait that the only eod intention: hut I bee leave,! ami HMO show that very rerpertfully, to suecest that he ensucs of 1 seems to he lahnnnc under some scr- - in proportion to population the pro-lou- s misapprehensions in to the ori- - iluction of wool in Kentucky in HMO cm, provisions, purpe ami effect nf uiu lit 110 per cent of what it was the new due law; that rertain posi-- , in IS ill, shuuld he Impressive; and thins he taken are unsound; ami that even more to should he the fact that per cent had his well written ami evidently well fin H I H this fit per cent, meant article i.i cxcccdinely apt to hem reduced tu .12 From the County Clerk of Madison mislead others, as he himself seems to ' County I have it that in lUlh, lilt have twen misled. On account of the importance of jtount.v could pa hut 2 .'I cents on the the mntter ill issue. 1 request sice in j'lvlbir tf sheep claims, anil In I'.ilV, your columns to comment on some of hut 1!' cents. the positions taken liy TAX l'AYKIt, w,,y ci.01i,i;S ARE HIGH. to point out the scemineP misappre-- . All thee facts may have at least a , derisions in his mind, anil to make me imt tit, ruceestiuti lis to uhat would he a wo.. I mine lu was whm so dear iiuiv never itor cicthmc generrensunahle uttituile for voters ever so inferior as now. In the ally to take in regard to this law. licht of these facts it is succcsted i.i:t doc. owners pay i.ossr.s. that the dollar, or five dollars, doc In the first place. TAX l'AYKIt tax that the poor mall with a family thinks the present tat exorbitant pays Is only a trill i ti tr p.irt of what his He ilmn not ohject to "a reasonable docs lire costinc him, even if the tax", hut thinks that the state should keep uf them cods him absolutely make up any ndilitmnal amount that nothinc In the second place. TAX I'AYKK nneht he needed to pa, heep tlalnis. j It is sueccstcrf that there are other , scnis to hnve the Idea that the prac TAX I'AYKIIS who think that a c!oeticnl vvorklnc of this law is chiefl in - Buggies ARE MADE TO ORDER We have the finest and best Buggies ever seen in Lancaster and our PkICES are RIGHT. We seli cheap Look before you buy. had mentioned was prnbablv framed by the said of- - j The committee In ,il, or nt their dictation. As n I many mcctiiifts nnd finally pot their niiittrr of fnct, the. oricin of this lnvv mil into nriapc, unu men weni 10 i ns follow (Frankfort nnd "sat up" with it until ' Jit wa parsed. WHO FRAMED THE LAW? So the present doc law, whether it Is temporarily located just back of the Post OfTice In January of I 'J 8, durinc Farm- j is in the interest of the sheep crow-- 1 Week, which is the week ers' tr or not, is the product of mature; at present, hut hope to be in permanent ((Uarters in devoted to mcctinc ""'I con- und prolonced deliheration on thci ferences in l.exinetnn of persons a few weeks. jpart of the State Shvep (irowers in the various agricultural and as n hody, nnd of on ex- We are in the market for all kinds of kindred pursuits, the Kentucky Sheep ! ceptionally strotic committee from of ' t! at Imd.v. Crimen Association held n series open puhlic mcctinc for the purTHAT riVE PER CENT. pose of prcparinc a ''ill t" promote H I was present TAX l'AYKIt understands that the nt the sheep industry. At these live per cent, of the tax collected that two of these meetlncs. coos to the Commissioner is simply mcctinc1, whkh were exceptionally for which we pay the highest market price and will an increase in his salary. On the con-- ! well attended, many ideas and were advanced and discussed trury, he does not, under the law, cet; appreciate your business. a sincle cent of it. He can ue this! at lencth, ' 1'innlly all the succestions were money only in the enforcement of the turned over to a committee of five, law, and he is required by general. composed of the follow inc prominent statutes to make a report civinc nn Kentucky fnnners: Dr. I!. II. Steven- - j itemized statement of expenditures sou of layette County, president of necessary for the cenernl enforce-- ' A. BRATTON, Manager the State Khiep (Irowers Association; merit of the law. So that in urcinc Mr, Jonas Weil, of I.exincton, Mr, the enforcement of this law the Com Claude S. Williams, of Woodford missioner is, in the first place, only Lancaster, Kentucky. County; .Mr. Warren .M. .Meek, of performing' a duty which he is under Floyd County, and in addition to oath to perform, nnd lie is. In the i' ii ii ii these, the Commissioner of Ai;ricol- - econd place, cettinc not one cent IU additional salary out of it. Common justice requires that every II ON i: RATES COMMISSIONER. d man hear in mini! the EASY ON TRIGCER. Who is TAX I'AYKI:? . I mil As all eye witm-Hiisfuiv above mentioned facts. I know who he is reputed to be. It is too early to pass final judc-mch.'..- - lines that liiC every reader of TAX I'AYKi: states that the farm- on the new law. It seems to And I wish that the centleman, whom in the idea seemed to he universal r uhn tvi.l .I....... Lllln.l ..... Inl tl.nl I do not know personally, hut whose membership of the Statu Si 'ei Grow- ten dollars was the limit allowed for have the knack of cettinc itself ena most important matter. A family name has for cenerations been ers Association that in order to make grade sheep. Section US of the law forced law which is a perfectly cood law in a synonym for that which is best in the proposed law rlTeetin, and unl-- ! allows as the limit on eradt, other respects, hut which does not the traditions of Kentucky, could find formly elfective. some ecricnl state sheep it in his heart tu lay aside his non de instrumentality must he invoked, am! TAX I'VYKK also states that this contain provisions which make It en- plume. that, without dissent, in open meet- - farmer was told that he would have forceable, is like a perfectly cood With no rjflection whatever on the hic. and hefore the committer was to wait twelve months for his money. cun that is so hard on the triccer honesty and intecrity of his intenappointed, it was decided that the Section -- 7 of the law provides that that it can not be pulled on", or which tions, I would like for the eentlemnn proper instrumentality was to he wnin a claim for ilamaces nas been has no triccer at all. The framers of this law tried to to tell the public how many kennels found in the Commissioner of Acri-iiiliur- proven, the County Clerk shall imhe is interested in, what kennel tax accordiucly. the Commission- - mediately draw Ins warrant upon the make it so that, human nature beinc what it is, this law could be pulled he himself paid, how many docs he treasurer of the county in favor of off, and pulled o!T with the minimum listed with the nssessor, and the claimant for the amount of the tacs he cot from the county of effort on the part of those who loss or ilamacc sustained. wih it enforced. This is the reason clerk. PREVENTION BETTER for some of the costly machinery of J I would like for him, also, to state whether he is or was a member THAN CURE. this law. of u state, or a national LEAVE IT TO SHEEP GROWERS. TAX l'AYKIt seems to hold that to association, and if he ever was a encourace sheep raisir.c it is necessHut m regard to this costly ma- member of n sheep crowers associaary only to pay the dinners when chinery, to which objection is made tion. I would like al.--o to know if he; .ire I lied hy dot;. The by tome, let us remember that this is his article was prepared in collaboraframers of the present doc law the the sheep crowers own law. They tion with other or mem(irowers Association, nviile It. It is for them, primarily. bers of a .State Sheep association, and thouch otherwise. K they think it wiie to pay well tli5 if so, who his collaborators are. (In the principle that we need n fire assessor and the county clerk and the department to put out tires, as well sheriff and to put money into th. TAX PAYER'S FAIRNESS UNQUESTIONED. as fire insurance companies to pay hands of the Commissioner of Acri-cultutire losses, that prevention may be of this law, I repeat, and I stoutly maintain, better than cure, the sheep crovvers pray let them do it. It is quite pos- that in asking these questions there held that it is hichly desirable to stop sible that the operation of the law-wi- Is no shadow of doubt in my mind as sheep killinc as far as possible, as so reduce the amount of sheep to the absolute honesty and fairness well as to pay sheep losses when they losses that the fund arisinc from the of TAX PAYKU, or of his associates. occur. law will more than pay the losses. My reason for wantinc to cet this It was stated acain and again, in It is also quite likely that exper information before the public is that the discussions of the proposed law, ience and practical tryinc-ou- t will the public may better understand that to create a sheep fund was only show where this law can be improved. how a perfectly upricht and reproach-les- s one object, to reduce the number of Few thincs human are cotten richt man, who is a doc man, rather sheep killed beinc the other, and the first time. The Constitution of than a sheep man. who has been call, equally important, object the United States was amended ed upon to pay a larce tax and who, One excellent way to reduce sheep I tv...iv,. tjmcs the first vear. nnd seven like all of us, has ecen so much of killinc is to cet rid of the larce num- - times since that. craft that he is always expectinc to her of worthless docs in the country uccest that the reasonable thine find it, could easily be misled by the at larce. It was held that these docs for ti,c voters to do is to let the sheep provisions of this particular law, would be eliminated to the decree in crowers amend their own law. Their whose oricin, authorship, which the law was enforced To se- - state nnd county associations are provisions, nnd purposes lie is to tay cure the enforcement it was held to bodies with rccular meetings. the least, only partially informed. be Rood policy to create more or less If they want a chance they will cer1 close with the suceestiun that the expensive instrumentalities for the tainly let it be known. doc lovers, and others enforcement of the law. who c!o not object to n doc tax to WHO IS TAX PAYER? RESULTS THUS FAR. promote the sheep industry, reserve In a court of justice, when a witThe shovvmc on Marc1. 31st would ness coes on the stand, the first ques-tion- s judement, and allow the sheep crow, ers, who are the authors and beneimncifte that the eiiforciment of the put to him are for the purpose ficiaries of this law, to amend it, or present law is without precedent in of establishinc his idenity to find not, as they think best. th' state. out who he is. In certain respects Very respectfully, I'p to March 31st Fayette County the author of a newspaper article is Henry I.loyd. had collected S.HiO.VOO aml'killed 122 like a witness on the stand. The docs. How many vvurthles docs in question of who he n is important. I.exincton, Kentucky. April 22, '19 this and other counties were killed by Indeed, I hold tlmt it is quite as 1'. S. The writer would be crnti-fle- d as it Is to know who a witness t'icir owners to escape taxation will if your exchances which carried Is. never be known. Without prejudice or discourtesy TAX PAYER'S article would carry I'urinc tile wnole of 13 tK r'ujeUo I would like to raise the question: this article also. II. L. 1 cunty collect 1 $'J72 and killed no ihics P lu Muich 31t Madison County ' DC '' h.i.i collected $10711. nnd had killed The Mercer Produce Co PRODUCE, HIDES, ETC MERCER J. PRODUCE nr .... COMPANY. tl'. 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 KEINTUCkY. ll'ls Madison County collected If 1355, mid, I understand, killed no docs. I'p to March 31st (larrard County had collected $ It'll, and had killed G docs. ii Iurinc the whole of 11)18 (Inrrard County collected $SD7, nnd killed no docs. l or the whole state the number of docs licensed by the county clerks up to ii short time aco. was somethinc like 275,001), accordinc to the of Acriculture. Durinc the whole of 11'IS the number of III docs taxed was 113,120. A for money coinc to the livestock fund after all expenses have been paid, Fayette County had by the end of March laid by considerably more than twice as much as it laid by durinc the whole of 191S; Madison County nearly twice as much: and Garrard County $222.S3 more than in 1918. due, Durinc the whole of rp" " Ice Cream and Phnnfi RR BASTIN BROS, 31 IIE 3' " The Central Record, Lancaster LATE ARRIVAL FROM PARIS Ky. I. Thursday, May I, 1919. pGLEYS gvgry taste "Out ' West" Or BALPH HAMILTON I OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS m'lU'r! Th. oil Pflsnre r that old are bruins srllh , .allow cf wrkennt kltlres nj dlsralltr orirana. nraans threw of II.. PJj"" life " e. . This l.flnc true. It Is easy tn believe caus- - premature ol.t 0" continue ! that hv keepluK tie kldne) ami dl increase roiiipletur rtnr.d gesllve or mi lis rlr.ili.e.t an. In proper irrnmh When can lie ileferre.l 'ontltmr tklnK a e.;ule or ? worklliK nr.ler ol.t axe rm ami nr.. .rulone,l far teron.l lhal .,y rwil.li MfiUAI. I tr All sealed f, air-tie- ht and wax-wrappe- Above It shown a black silk afternoon gown with overskirt effect. A impurity-proo- in the safety packages. d, clutter of black leaves at the bodice comprint a pleating effect, while a ttrlng cf black beads drapet from the shoulders. SOME NEW COLLAR FABRICS ft I Be sure to get WRIGLEYS because Scrim of Coarse Weave and Chinese Silk Among the Decorations for Neckwear. There was a time. Ions jears ngn, notes a fashion iiutlmrlty, when we tivil tii rnr high, stiffened collars of velvet nml satin and silk. We consl.l-m- il those fabrics velvet ami satin nml silk unite the fabrics for collars In those day. Then, when cnllarless frocks came In, tte wore collnrs nf while wash of vafiilirlr. organdie nml niir-ll- n rious sorts. Kor, nf course, though our frocks were collarless, they luiil col. lurs Jut the aine. That Is, there were turneil hack ami rolled titer col-lneven more Imimrtiint tliun the high ones that hugged ami marred our necks used to he. So we ran along for jears with collar atid other sort of neckwear fif organdie and net and lr.ee. tt ts supreme Id quality. al l The Flavor Lasts LOUISVILLE, KY. Dry Cleaning and Dyeing CLOTHING. DRAPERIES, FURS, "ETC Send Via Parcel Port SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 617 FOURTH AVE. Known all over America THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus 430,000. A. K. DENNY, President. J. E. STOKMES, Vice-rrcs- t. S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMVSON, Teller. J. K. HARRIS, Individual Book-keepe- r. r. HUGH MOBLEY, General Then, again, satin came Into being a neckwear fabric. In first furor. And colored muslins of various sorts were nNo um-And now there are etcn some other unusual inaterlaN 111 vogue for collars. One Is scrim, of n heavy, coarse weave, einhroldered. which Is ucd on winie of the froiks of serire and satin. Chinese silk that In to say, silk or satin much einhroldered In the Chinese fashion fs another fahrlc now used for collars on serge frocks. Needless to say, thfs doesn't mean that If you happen V hate a lilt of such silk on tin nd you run simply pin It deftly iiroiind the neck of your hew blue serge frock and think you have sort. a collar of the mot uisto-dat-e No; but jour dressmaker call He a bit nf Ibis silk for such u purpose by cutting It properly. And very proh-nhl- y she will reiterate the same colors In some embroidery or other part of the frock. ii Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. METHODS Three OF APPLYING BRAID WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. Ways, Entirely by Hand, by Machine and by the Combination Plan. GREAT SPRING RALLY Four hundred and seventy-fiv- e thousand, one hundred Sunday School people request your presence at 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. CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 at Hump fin a ON Hall Uillinn flnUa OF HONOR.'' J. J. Walker, V. Pres. W. 0. Rlpiey, Asst. Cachier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. "ROLL There are three ways of applying braid or tape as edge trimming entirely by hand, entirely by maihlne and by a combination nf hand and In cnth case care machine work mtit be- taken to "ease" the braid with tin- left hand ns the uork proceed In order to avoid sbrlnkiiKo In wash material and puckering In silk or woolen goods, llrahl Invariably shrinks In luiin.Jerliig more than other material. Vhen the application I. to be made by 'hand alone, writes n correspondent, place the braid on the right side of the material close to the edge and The backstitch the two together. stitching should He very near the rdjie, hut not near enough to cause fraying. After the backstltchliig Is completed fold In half and creaKo the braid and hem It down on the wrong side of the material. The hruld should Just cover the backstltchliig on the wrung side and the 'hemming run close to It. In the mmhlnatlnn method the process Is the Mime except that tho first stitching Is done on the machine. In the machine work special care must be tnken to keep the braid sufficiently lax. To do the work by machine alone fold the braid In half, place the material between the folded halves and baste carefully; then with one ttltchlng on the machine In the three thicknesses. Flowers, Flowers Everywhere Flowers are everywhere In the new sprint millinery. Vines of large a. well as smaller flower, clamber about brims and over crowns, and there I. even a mode that dictate, the single, flat flower plastered ceuewber on th I). F. Hudson, President, W. F. Champ, Cashier, ' Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, lOilrlfbl. 11.. If W.iltr. 3w,pip.r I'stc) "All Insufferable old bore!" "Yes. and look and nets like n beggar. Thought from Ids tnlk when he wint out 'ct a jear ago, he was going to come back with u forlime. Looks to me as If he has about blown In nil he has on that wild tinner fad of his." "Yes, nml he wants to find some place to store his rubbishy sturf. lie won't turn this place Into n warehouse, I run tell jour Thus Abel Pnlhis, Pun Porter and Nnt Wells. They were discussing ther old bachelor rclatltc, John llrlstow mi odd. generous old fellow who had sold out ipille oti'iihc properly holdings In i:ciiilrii nml bud gone to the I'ncllle must to speculate. They had built high hopes iiui his return, for ltrlov was a mi t l nil horn tnuler and Natiirolly bud unite some capital. some one of them would Inherit Ids Ilhisteil anticipations changed fortune. to sullen illiip.tnlinent after llrlMnw bud Innile the rounds of their various lioiues, nt the tlrt a welcome guest, following lilm cnine n lot of cases which he hud temporarily stored In it local warehouse. Their contents were mmiii rctcnl.sl. tipMe," announced l!rltow, "I "Hint 1 hate brought back with me the llnct and moM complete collection of tin- - Horn of the .vklcs eer gathered. I bought It from a man who had twenty jears toward assembling Iheiii. Thinks I, there lnt mm li I have done for my halite town, and lure's the opisirtiinlly to make a tin trlke. What I'm going to do Is to g t at the colli itlon. classify It. put It In permanent exhibition cnes mid present It tn the public llbrar for the entertainment mid enlightenment of tho community." At wbli li Abel secretly snickered. Pun iihuthcml7cd the donation uiidei bis breath and Nat covertly sneered. The Idea! The public library was n triiggllug iroi.ltlon, issirly iirt-e.lin- d honied In small, gloomy ipinr-ter- s In the half little of a rickety old store building. The Inevitable resulted. The Pallas, the Porter and the Wells famlUco. finding that there was no opsirtuiilt) "t gittlllg nil) tiling out of "the olil fellow," begpii to turn the cold shoulder upon lil la,. One by one the three families ceiivd their coddling tactics, e lie whs no longer the hononst, gue- - and. one day when ItrNtow slated that he must tlud erwaiient tiling quarters mid u place to keep his lloral treasures, not a voice gainsaid bis decision. It was while seeking Ills new refuge that one day llrlstow met Her slmere greeting Nellie Tracy. wanned bis lonely heart. She was his half nlis e, hud recently married, and Invited llrlstow to her home. There he met her husband, about as line a )oiing li'Hli us be hail e r known. Iloili Arnold Tracy and Ids wife were nature lovers. The second vllt resulted III llrlstow taking up Ids quarters nt their home. They iiprtloiiisl to Mm two rooms, so he couhl hate his collection reiuly at hiind to arrange and catalogue, miiLlug a minimum t barge for the iiccoiiiinriibitloii because they were really Interested In Ids sicclmciis and llkeil him. mid nearly eery owning took an honest delight In helping hlui In his work of classifying the floral collections. John Itrlstnw was certainly an ar-didevotee of his engrossing fad. He talked tlowers to ever) body, announcing that when Judge I'eursoiis returned from a visit to smne relatltes In the Kat, they would begin to plan as to getting the rollertloii In charge of the public library. This Mr. Pearsons friend of it great was an llrlstow, mid had been the main movestablishing the Kteudeii er In n ry. the Dallas and the Porter Meantime ter and the Wells families barely the old mail when they passed him on the street. ItrUty went about In shabby attire and sfiey attributed this to a lack of money. They sneered of the at the kindly Tnicjs. They derided the philanthropic Impulses of llrlstow. There being no evidences that he bad not exhausted his former menus, they regarded him as unworthy of any consideration. And one evening Judge Pearsons walked Into the Tracy home and there una ll great confab. He commended the worthy motives of the old man. rnil dilated iimn the pleasure and the education the tlorul collection would cite tn students and nature lovers. "It serins n shame to place such treasures In the nmr, common quarters we now occupy," ho remarked. "Oh I I wanted to see jou uhniit that," exclaimed the rjilhuslast tn a lively tone. "You see, I've been waiting to hnve )ou help me plan out new building for the library." "A new building;!" repeated the Judge vaguely. "That's what I am going to do." "Hut the cost (he money!" "Oh, I've gftt plenty for that," quite craftily chuckled the old man. And then he directed a queer, affectionate smile at Nellie and Arnold. "Judge," he suld, "soon as we con get together for a food talk, I want you to make out the papers for a ten thousand dollar donation to the new library, and as much more for these two loyVl friends, who have stool by me like Trojuns, never curing If I had only a dollar or one hundred thousand of them, which .bout represents wbut I mad out West." by the Mi:tAI Tor oter Haarlem IM1 lias l.em rellevlnx tti weaknesses and .Usability due In nl e stanil.ir.1 vnnrlns eurs. It la n nee,ta no tnlro- htiins ren.e.lv al.il (turtli.n liOl.ll MIMiAI. Iliarlem oil la tncloesil III nilorlesa, la.l.lr.. . ral-ut- ... TUh thmi aa ou wouM a pill, with a ilnall t erase person. S00 years COM) "'s. nnt wait until nt.l toy ur hate .Htlrd .bwn forit ' Hna .lrinrrl.t anl net you Thre. i tun,i.-.- l if ilier .1" nut h.lp ''"r:V.;,r..,.:iVt I Lr..Z slr. , ,,risina. irn.-,'.- ,. In seated p saice.. will kn nu ,(..nrrv.nl returnInef ttis rttf'jM. "'"'' t" I ' "''''"! !! t " i' irK 3Licr FORDSON TRACTORS We have for immediate delivery two FORDSON TRACTORS with two gang OLIVER PLOWS. Will make special prices on these TRACTORS if soid in thirty days. The Danville Buick Go L. 13. Walnut St. CONN, Proprietor. Phone 798. Danville, Ky II II ll ii II ir No Friends Like Old Friends. Ksteeni of great power, or available qualities newly illscoter.sL inny embroider a day or week, but a friendship of twenty jears Is Internet. n with the texture of life. A friend may be found and lost, but an old friend mi never be found, and nature lias prothhsl that he 111m.it easily be lost. Samuel Johnson. Tlr Turpentine. fsrnli.igeii mguiecrs nre experl-i- i. iiin.g tilth the pr.ilurtl.iti of isititoe from tlr tnes. the roots nml i .wi-'- s being u.sl ii s will iis the truuks. Pittsburgh lU'iatch. Life Much at One Makes It . lltrry .lay thai is .rn Int.. this world ennii s Ilk.- - a burst of tnulc and slugs ts,.f ai ,iaT through, nn, thou Verdure on China's Great Wall. shnlt mule .if It n ilanc-- . n illrge, or a Trees nn.l shrubbery planted In the life inanh. as H1..11 "ill. Cnrljle. Milt that bus lus'ii accumulating for hun.lr.sls of jears on the great wall Cach Seeks His Kind. of China are In thrltlng ciulitloii, some of l hem hating grown to a height I Thnit nn Krnervm Into any Ton-- I of 1J to IS feel. This method of beau-liftin- g i.rd. mid his pung. nt pres. nee will trnte the uitire region. Shui all who the gtent wall was an outgrowth of the niotemeiit for the lonie ttlihln the rs.liu. of Ms f,. to his res.-ii.stnrtisl ii nf the isuiiitry as flowers and some time ago with got rnuieiit sanc- tr..is iH.iiKhs. brilliant tion under the dins tl.. ii of foreign ex- - and frugr.iiit, to the sunshine. After s rs. The ilrltettay on Hie great wall ' '""''i 'ii.li i:Mrs..n stands girt ntut Is cousIt!crl ti'rj iniiih luiprotisl tuih l!"Wihni. s, Whlltl. rs. ll.ilrne.es and I......IK- - .NVwrtI Imight lllllla. ttltU th' nildltloii of trees. r.s,i ,,,, 2sSJ3sSS3sSJK STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! We are equipped witlt machinery to du all kinds AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Entrine.. We can furnish you with n new battery or repair vour old one. We have installed battery charter ami are now ready for battery chnininir. With our Aceytelene and OxyKen Welding we can weld 'most any broken part of an jras cnjrjnu or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Oas KnKint or any other kind of machinery, call us ami we will be triad to come to your rescue either day or nij!ht. No jobs too lare or too smalf We also carry a lare stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which nives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. equipped to w bVu '.,,is,0i,rnish. F,eu Air alul Autos. .Ala-chiauto-mobile, iruiirfmS XiKh- - StM..ctio Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 3, PAINT LICK, KY. 1 The Central Reoord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May I 1919. from Mr. Johnson Speaks price $12o. nn acre. The House Boat I By lADIB ESTSLLK BALCOM (CotJrUlt. I US. t WMIa Nmetrsr DsMa.) of Tliiiln Wnynn hk hp walked along the shore of the great spreading rhcr, nml ns hi- - re. rolled Hip rhniiKP n tiiont li hud made In her, Albion .Mi'iinn was truly sor-ru- n 1 fill. All tin brightness of her seemed In hnp languished when hvr nlil fnthiT illi'il. Ili I'tiil been a riinflriniMl Inwilld, 11 c rn t cure In her, lull Hip luting ! otlaiii she exerted through the In Id" behalf Imil olnrured nil iiIIiit lntere"t". Then when Ihi rcuclhiti cume II seemed iim though nil Hi'' props f r life wi n- - suddenly removed, nml Tlnsl.i collapsed llk- - mi otcrburilencd being worn out anil weary In the limit. Willi (hp nf Mr. Vii)ip there I'Xplml the pension wlili li. Willi uluil TImiIii could sell nf their ximtll cur-It'iiriHliirr, htnl kept their lit mil Jul iiImim- - water. Thi') illil riot own the 'Ihedu lltlli' place where they ll mtitil lint hope In iiiiitlliup Hip It'll"!' - n living, so she sold nlT Hie nml liinktfew poor sticks nf fiiriillurp pft, nml Mint In mi I'M timlil trial ho who Ihed n iiiIIp down Ihp rlrrr mail, Nnyes. Mini Noycs n over M. fragile nnl I in n small tiimiiip fmin n trust Huir, liitcstiuent, could scarcely nrfnrtl In spare n room r n int'iil. hut fin proffered r In her li.ilf HltTP. Hp was thinking with their brother in law Mr. Harvey Drnne ami family here. Mesdnmes Will nml KuM Grow Mr. Jiimi-- s llnrdwick who has hen pent lint Thuri!ny with Mr. Leonquite nick Is nblc to he out again. ard Nn lor near Judnon. Mr. Dennlc Scott nml ion. Wnltcr. ir.ith, of llucnn Vista nnd of Nirholusville nttended preaching I lf.i.i:.l, iVincil to Ilourno last week ("here Sundny. Will wcr,. in the thop here. Mid Mr. Joreph Hick vohl hit farm Mr. nr I Mr, Willie Coulter of nenr l.orutt (Jrovc to Mr. Jim Iluonn Vista were the guest of Mr. Slimier for $8.'00. M. I.. Montgomery Sunday nml Mr' Mis Ituth tlromlilu of Paint l.lck Mir I.orene Ilrumfielil returned wnt with Mr. nml Mr. Tom Hlcus h t Snturdny after vpcmlini; the pes. S.itunhiy nml Kutul.iy. in weci. with her Krnml-motheMr. am! Mr. Sieliru of lllinoi; nr. MT. HEBRON ' Mr. Cecil Humphrey of Locust Dan-ivill- drove was operated on at the Hospital last Wednesday and idoinft very nicely. c TREATMENT FOR LANDS' Mr. nnd Mrs. I. W. Montgomery were In Danville Saturday with their ' GRAZING Mr. and Mr. Sam Duncan of daughter, Mrs. Eugene Clark, who Iluena Vista and Mr. nnd Mr. Wheel- wo operated nn for appendicitis at er June of Shawnee Hun attended the Danville Hospital. Alternate Grazing Not Practiced service here Sunday. Hcv .1). F, Sebastian of (Icorgc-towMuch by Farmers on Ac Mr. and Mrs. Otho Montgomery filled bis nppointmcnt here Satand daughter Margaret K. of Lexingcount of Expense. urday afternoon, Sunday morning ton were with Mr. and Mrs. K. W. dndnnd evening. The contribution Montgomery, Sundny. given for Home and Foreign Missions Messrs It. It. Montgomery nnd wes about $107, making n total of DISK AND HARROW FAVORED Tims. Hick bought from Mr. Ollic $"00 from the, church nnd Sumlqy Lime the farm recently purchased School. Splke-Toot- h Harrow Leu Likely to Loosen Large Pieces of Sod When Used Alone Good-f- or Distributing Manure. is T ' "anLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLHLlH i z5 MUSKOGEE BOY, 1017 Grand Champion Steer "We'll manage some wny, hp mill. "It'll rrnwiltil In these thrpp IIIIIp hsuus I occupy, hut i'"ll try tn get along. Vnu mii'tii't worry Unit fur Hit- - proent, rhIM. Vnu nrp so tifiir n breakdown Unit It's n question If I'Vi'ii nursing nml rest will help Jim. hut wp'll try. For one (,"""1 iltnr.' at International :old for the worlds record price SU.1G per pound at Chicago. FYV1E KNIGHT 1918 Grand Champion Steer at the International Cross. His hide was made into an overcoat and long timnlh j i .ii mustn't lift )nur lint I'Vt'tl tlltllW. President Wilson. , TIicIb smiled nml declared rlip wnul'l ! nil right In n ilny it two. hut before tlip I'ful nf thp first week In Iiit new hnnip she uni In ImiI nml likely in stay lln-rfur some tlnip In (nnip. TIip tillage doctor shook his hi'inl Mileiiinly, nniA left itntiip medicine ntnl Hip grew some : lltfly ' FIRST AININUAU SALE OF i. TIip gentle hearted spinster InM nf this wllh tears In Iiit Alhtnti was nil ImltiHiiilt-n- t i')i'm. fisherman nml Hnrl gatherer along Hip lnu shore nl Hip great KnlliiTnf Water", nuiittl n i.hiuk( unnip iMintM imil u rliT itiuliuiii'iil. nml fnr n )inr hml nnrp n wit-rnnip nrnuml ti hpp Thtthi nml htT fitlirf. Mr. Wnynphml n Krt'iit rt'iitltT. Alh!nn hnil un niiihltlnn fnr n hrllrr itlurnllnti. nml tin nhl mini nrnl hit htHtkit hprnuip n cn-n- t ln'lp to him. Then niliiilrnllnn, frl' iuMilp nml llnnlly Lin- - fnr Thtiht Hp hml hcrniin' n iipu nlturpinpiit. tninlpnl ynuiiR frl-louna n rlran-mlnihtcntp no tiutwnril rOilrnro nf hlR fnr Thrdn, hut when Mr. Wnynp tltiil unit n emit nuiifnrt In Thitlu, fnr hi tiKik ninny nf thp rartv nf Hip ncrimlnn from her tlrrtl hiiuh ' g"l." nf scene nml rllliinti', Miss Nn)t"S Is nil Hint u III do Tlnihi nny "'lunge THE 3RADSHAW ABERDEEN ANGUS CATTLE iif Agricultural AII'Tiiuti' crazing ii" n relief for ron' tlnuoiM grazing Inn Inns lieen rec'iti-iwliil liy ejiert. Imt little iiructlettt hy former". It lnnlr the illtlxlim . imMini mi Hint inrli portion of tliu lleNI inn' lie elen iiltenmte perlmN of rest ilurlns tin- - prnilns sennm. lirun iiiiikeo ii maximum jlelil If nllouiil perlcHN of uninterrupted definite prim tli. llcnveer, (lie extrn expKiwi fur feneei nml liilmr ill ter ninny former" from fcilliiwlna thli ylem which. pruillce In .nltlmiish It I" nilnpt j mit'ie sei'tloii" of Ihtr eoiinlry. It Is not mi fuiornhle In other". Disklnj and Harrowing. rultiiml Irentimnt. "tieh U" il!sklnz ore p'e imnieml'il nnd h.'tmmlti. e.ind!thn of the where u -sni" di'eloi", ii" the lislit iiiuleh-In- s I nf the nirfnee uhliternteH vinih tuiil nNo Itnprme" the meihanicnl ntel y phyvlciil .million if the Mill, I" eonIi!enihle at Chicago. i'Xpenefpenklni. thereillklnK nml harnttiiiheil to the return" urn for the Red rowing, uml miles" the cot, n fnnner rommenurute with Justllle'l In Ihu" presented to I" crazing liincl", partlenhirly trentlni If other hl work on the farm I" competing for his attention at the vnnie time. Harrow. The Spike-TootThe nveruse illk will tut mid turn Mid" to Mime extent nn mutter how nenrly straight It I." "el, nnd on t tils nrrount It" ue I" often more detrl- mentnl thnn lietieflehil. (Inlliinrlly, In U ) the raw where the ground I" Inclined to be wet at the time of treatment, a TW considerable portion of the turf may (Prfparct hy th L'nlinl Slain Ikfut-nwn- t Eia. f 3 AT STOCK YARDS IN LANCASTER, KY., JkT FRIDAY, MAY 16th ) 5 BULLS, AND 37 COWS AND HEIFERS . ) Cows and Heifers all with calves at foot sale dav or close to calvine. be tunieil up, while If dry weather follows permanent Injury to the pa In quite likely to result. A xplke-toot- h burrow- - followlne the disk I? il"iinlly drnn" the liHisened piece" of mjd some ilKtmu'e away, thereby leaving numemii" nreii" of considerable 2f size entirely bare. This huppen more especially on slopes where n completo roerliiK Is t) fill (lit to maintain, even IS under the most favorable condition". harrow, when umhI The spike-toot- h alone, I" less likely to loosen largo Mid than when used In conpiece" of junction with the disk. Its use during; the sprint; over numerous small areas of uncruzed grass where the droppings from nnlmals lime fallen Is benetlclal In that It uniformly m this fertilizer. Ihr rlor hnn' Alhlnn'n rli-n- r fore Iwlrnycil n iltfp nnih'ly. It mi'tupil no IlimiKh ho inut ulnml liplpli'mtly liy nml wo Thithi finlp nwny, hiy hy I.lkp hliuxi'lf IiiiTty Imiiml luT iln.T. In ii n I'littrnniiii lit from whhli kIip muhl nut I'Mupp. At In Alhhui nm thp tnrnciT lltlns hp huh nitrnl cniihl nnt hp rlkkiil llirntiLTli nn fii'il- liiintnl rhnlii;p. "Nn thnrnuchfurt'" Hip futurp nt'lnril tn rt'iul. Allilnn win) IiiiiiiitmiI III ilt'mllllrllt tlliiUctlH When n ry nrnuntl hllil. Thrpp liumlriil ynnli ilUtnnt nn or iltmiry htiiiM' limit wiih mnnrpil. On IlK iltTk u infill nf IllhlillP iikp, ertlllli; nhnut with n rrulili, wiih KlruKKlliiK In fri'o hlinti'lf fnuii Hip criiKi nf ii rniiKli liMiklni; fpllnw whnm Alhlnn nl mit-ril'nlitzi'il iih nllP nf Hip uullliT HiIpm's nf tlio ilMrlct. nut Thp IiiIIit hwiiiic n hpiivy Iron lmr nml limit Hip crlppli' n terrific hlmv, nml iih lil h lrtliu Mink to Hip ili'i'k mmio'Ii'iii. Ktnnpi'il mcr him In rllln hln mrkrtn. A nhnut fmin Alhlnn rnUMtl lillu In hiikti'ii ll ny wild lili hnnty. Thru w tun Alhlnn ri'iirhpil Hip Mrlrk-r- n limn nil hp UmiiKlit of wan his iln ihTii. MlM Nnypn hml tnlil Athlon nf Hip' Iip wput I ri'iMirt, nml lnlpr rlir It tnnk two ilnj-nurslnc to lirlnel Wnilp lluriiliauu. im Hip rrlpi'h' wnl Imi k tn nnniiiil rnmllllnn. All miiiioil. Hip tlmp Alhlnn wna hit piitli'iit, hcli-fu- l iiursp. TIip Krnli'ful limn on hit wny to ii IIIIIp truck fiirni hp hml tniili'il fnr nn thp rlvpr hplnw Npw Orli'iina. nniulri'il n erput IlkliiR fnr Alhlnn. Hp naki'il him to Join ll ill mul Iip wouhl nhnrp IiIh liohllneK wllh him. nf It rnmp nhnut Hint Athlon Ihp offpr In MI'M Nii)i. Then unit ilny Iip rouhl not ri'lnt telllriy TIipiIii nf lilx ureal love for Iiit. From that inoiiii'iit it iipw Joy romp Into tier llfp. Thpy wen inarrlii uml then ttecun n lioiieyiniMin on the lloatliiK home, euil-In- e up ut the pretty roltaee Hint kIoihI In Hip renter of the Ilurnhnm farm. "Oh, what u purudlsel" luurroured Ttieda, an the utootl uMin the vo ramlu of the beautiful bomo surrounded by flowen, and suinliliie. mid iweet n. alnsInK blrdi, and their Kden life never to pall or weary la' that ran apot where beauty, and peace, and plenty were aaaured. 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 or the herd, come to this Sale. A meeting of the Kentucky Aberdeen Angus Association will be held at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lancaster the night before the Sale. Also the moving pictures of the Angus Cattle and Breeders of America will be shown the night before the Sale. r. z n Farm Tractar Drawing Doublt Disk HarrowT" nucjgf If FORAGE FOR HOGS OR SHEEP 3 iJ 3' ii .... 3 3 3 3i 3. A. D. BRADSHAW. WALKER BRADSHAW. ' FLEASE TOST. AUCTIONEERS. Col. Vuye I. Iloutchens, Ulandinsville, Illinois. Col. W. II. Cooper, Henlrick, I own., Col. J, It. Dinwiddle, Stanford, Kentucky. Col. Am. Itournr, Lancaster, Kentucky, M. A. Judy, West Lebanon, Ind, Sales Manager. WltlTK VOll CATALOG. Ii 3 3 3 3. Liberty Bonds Taken on Cattle. Cattle are all tested and can be shipped anywhere. Under Favorable Conditions , It la Ready for Pasturing In SO Days , From Seeding. V 'Ji XT One of the best crops to furnish green forage for bogs or sheep Is rape. It may be broadcasted on setsl beds at the rate of six to eight pounds per ncre :iud covered with u barrow, or drilled olld, using Ko or six Iiout'ds, or iil rows 2i to -- 8 Inrlivs apart, with two or three pounds of seed per acre. The llwurf Kssex variety lias proved the most desirable. It will furnish a ery satisfactory ration for sheep uml lumbs alone, nnd when supplemented with grain Is unexcelled for bogs. Under favorable conditions It Is ready for pasturing lit 40 to 50 days from svedlng. nnd It not pastured too closely will furnish forage until freezing weather, the amount Mir)lug with tlio fertility of the soil. The averajp life of a locotootlr bout tfteea yean. ll Words Most In Us. To Whiten Floors. It Is declared by u philologist that To whiten wooden doors udd two h of the verbal tahlfspoonfuU of paruftlii to Die hot nine words do The soapy water used for washing u tloor. work, and ,14 words one-halnine most useful words are: And. be, have. It, of, the, tn, will, you. The lit more that, wllh these nine, do Swlfttst Dog. The swiftest dog In the world, the half our literary work are: About, borzoi, or Ituaslan wolfhound, has all, as. at, but, can. come, day, dear, made record runa that show 7ft feet for, get, go, hear, her. If, In, me, much, In second, whlrhatuould she It a not, nn, on, one, say, she, so. that, siweil of 4,800 feet nTa uilnule If the there, they, this, though, time, we. with, write, your. pact) could bo kept up. Pretty Thought Animal's Strong Instinct Some animals ure remarkable. InTho conception of the past and the future Is well Illustrated la the case deed, for the wonderful development of a little boy who said to bis mother of love and devotion they possess and 'one day: "Mother, I know why It Is how toward men. They are so acute that babies ruunot speak until they In the sense of their affections that are twelve months old or more. It Is they seem to perceive the feelings of lni'uuse they come straight from beuv. their master In advance of his expres'en, mid If they were able to talk us sions. Masters of dumb animals huve moii as they were born they would often been heard tn declare that their tell the secrets, and so God doesn't animals were quicker In delect In them let them speak until they hare utmost a spirit of linger than were their fellow men. forgotten tuvin. I , FEED FOR LITTLE CHICKENS Wet Stuff Is Apt to Sour and Make Them Sick Never Allow Them Without Pure Water. Don't feed the little chickens wet feed for It Is apt to sour and make them sick nnd unhealthy. Oatmeal, cracked corn, wbeat, katlr corn, millet seed uml kioalb trains ure good food. (Sit them some sharp saod aud i and neser allow tbeoi to lie without purw water to 'trlok. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, MayJI I , 1919 T I CARDS.J HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Bank Phones Office 5. Residence 376. KENTUCKY, LANCASTER, m 1 i n raHrr MM Again he will stroke his fore head daxedly, trying to recall Just how this or that fellow jou knew went under. His mus cles will twitch when he tell you about going over the top, and his band will jteal down uncertainly to ease the Itrhlng between the tors of the foot that Isn't there any more. And youU look at Bill Smith with an Immeasurable awe and thank our lucky stars that you didn't hare to go. And after a while lull Smith will tnrn upon you unexpectedly and ask: many Liberty "John, how Bonds did you buy?" youU want the earth to Th"n open up and swallow )ou. And you'll deserve all, and more, of the shame and humiliation that will overwhelm ou. s And, Rod help you. what will you have to offer' Better he ready to look Bill Bailth in the eye, man to man. scribe to the Loan Victory right now. L'n. cle Sam looks to you for aid. A Eare Bird THE 1919 UIGK SIX Is extraordlnaryfand excellent quality. Easy rldintf mid made of that durablelmaterial for which the Buick is famous. We can deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleas-e- d to demonstrate. J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist Office Hour, DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and to S p.m. J. A. Seazlev Office Over National Hank. Residence I'hore 3. Office i'horie,27 LANCASTER.'KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call, Answered Promptly Day or Ni(ht. Phone 317. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. BUI Smith comn homo shortly from France, posmMy minus a leg or an arm or an ee, with a foot twisted from In the rheumatism contracted trenches or a lans like a dry sponge from the effects nf the you will Bite d.adly Horn him the glad hand. "Mighty glad to see )0 back slle. Dill." you'll say, heartily. "How are you, anway. old top?" And Hill Smith, who has been down to hell and managed to crawl back by the skin of his teelh. will grin ft you cheerfully. ' but still In "Slightly dls' the ring." hel .1 want to hear And thrn you all about It. You'll pet IHH Smith away from the crowd. If you happen to meet him down town, and remembering his weakness for buttermilk yon'll entire him slow-l- y and painfull ip to Jackson's place. And the tickle of the Ire In the glass will be music to Hill Smith, vet. eran. Hill Smith will tell you the whole story. There will be times when he will stop, shudder-Ingly- , and close his eyes In shut out some W "sfT THEN Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory Give usfa.trial and.be convinced. Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. BUCKEYE Mr and Mrs. Talliott Jcnkitx and bur at I.elngton !ut week Mr and Mrs Lucas Koter und chilMi-i M..ry Stillwell uf Nk,i0U dren noent Sunday with Mr a i I Mr-- 1 ille. an I I ui Trumbo of Ijincmler. 11,11 O. urr the guests of .Mrs. Jake Trumbo. Mr and Mr. Ilaiuoni Ilruwn and Mrs Belle Davis has returned to son and Mr. and Mrs. Robert j.ytin her home in Jeammine Coiint)' after were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. a visit to her UaughUT, Mrs. t M. L. K llroun. Dean. Misses Sallic Lou Teater and BarMr. and Mrs. Herbert Taler. Mrs. bara (iullcy spent several days last Charlie Dean, Mr. J. M. IMwards anil week with Misses Martha ami Mar- Arnold Edward were in el.xington garet Curtis. last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yeater, Mrs. l'ermeliii Bogie, Misx Salliv I.ou Seeing it Well. Teater and Ethel Ray were irueM By n l'rirbHMti'ii limmtlnn n. n Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. GuiHiMtetit hear a wi.nl njwiken by tuaire le) and lUughti r. Mm lUrbara d 4mn.Hirai he nl. .ee It nplar na roll In with MARCELLUS, KENTUCKY. Its translation in hl own timew. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taykr stir in Ntchnlasvillc Saturday. Mrs. Henry McAfee and dawrhtM'. Elizabeth, are visiting relthr at' Irvine. Mr. W. I). Marksbury attended the funeral of his son. Mr. Will Marks- The Poor In Italy. The majority .rf the i rer rlass In Italy are noted fx their titi. lxallh. Thl I. t.. ..in., rtlent attrtlr-uti-- d to the fait tluil the wurkliis pl.. of I'nly I, nient tbuii lliuio of an) other l:ur..mi i,on. IVtter sub- John M. McRoberts, J. B. DINWIDDIE, How These Band Boys CAN Play-B- ut They Worked, Too, Over There concerts they performed and means all of the their fellows. members of the two American overseaa bands which have started out for a concert trip through the Fourth Federal Re serve District in order to help put 'over the Vlrtory Iom. The two bands are the lSJth Held Artillery Rand, in charge ofIUrry F Clarke of Clevi-lan- d, and the UGth Infantry Band, by Lieutenant Alfred commanded HarUell of Cincinnati. All the members of both bands saw 'fighting on three sectors In Fraree and showed their rro2rincy with rfle and baonet, grenades and entrenching tools as well as with band army routine Auctioneer. STANFORD, GIVE - KENTUCKY. REHEARSALS ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER. Ofllce Hours KENTUCKY .Mrs Mollie Broun spent List week with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Limy Ray. Mrs. Clyde l'ullincs. from --Mt. Sterling: spent last week with Mrs. Mike Ray. Mr. ami Mrs. Elbert Calico entertained it number of friends nt dinner Sunday. Mr. S. N. Morford and daughter. Miss Christine, were in Nicholas ill last week. .Mr and .Mrs. N. K. Boirie were guets Sunday of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill. Mr and Mrs. Charles Cottoo. an.lj Mrs. Ivn Teater sivnt Sunday with Mwith and Mr. V. A. Cottun. Mr and Mrs. Uronscon lacker .ere guests Sunday of their son, .Mr. sn 1 Mrs. Colemnn Locker. Mr. and Mrs. - I Sanders, and Mr and Mrs. Jarncr Noel were irueits Sumlay of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. rl oer Stormes Drui; Store. -4 a.m. p.m. "Hn-'Jp.- We have only a few NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, GRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE llluitratcd Catalog. NO AGENTS. One of the members of the Field Ar tillery Band. Benjamin II. Carmitchel, was a mechanic In Cleveland before In and went oierscis. he cnllst.-France he drove the official automoDudley J. Hard for bile for Colonel weral months. He was through the 'fighting In the Jlarbacbe sector, the Argonne. the Meuse. St. Mlhlel and the Trojan Iront and ate his Thanksgiving dinner at Metz, Germany. Othnr members of these two bands are scheduled for laid telephone lines under shell flro or I Both these, drove ammunition trucks. The In-- n two weeks' trip brounh 'he Iv 'r strumtnts of the 115th Band were lost beglnn're Anr I .1, a.--.J may rental. for three months and curln? this time out a third v.ek. t BEMIS TOBACCO P HlffiS H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON, JOHN WHITE KY. Seven Huns Died Here & CO. LOUISVILLE, KV. jgPW liberal assortment value JSbSS Wt9XfWlS9 PSKSsHa ' BOOKKEEPING ' ). Buiinpn. Phonography TYPEWRITING sod iMTlllb O Call TH BUSINESS COLIESE af... ti,,w.f,l'''lllat a islais.mij (irrliw IiTl'rrti'lMii bti tnr hiim d TELEGRAPHY r . UBklit tail Trif a1o tiorf 9Vi II. taniTII.LvBlnsluu.Ur The undersigned hcreoy itive warn-"ji- g to all persons not to trespass upon tur land: for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take POSTED notice. R. L. Elkln, Mrs. Cora 'Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Higclnbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. Rigsby. D. M. Andtnon. t "j".,' R. L. Barker was swift aud I as the result of ibo espluUou of a gunners who shelL This was at Vimy RETRIBUTION Ridge, where ao many Canadians died German field piece which Is glorlousiy. a feature on one of the war trophy An equally Interesting exhibit on trains, which left Cleveland April 13 the train ts a Gorman Big Bertha or gun wUh a rango of IS through the Fourth Fed- for a swing era! Reserve District In behalf of the miles. Held Vict.ry Uxin campaign. There li also a When the position of this fun. gun of bronxe, originally made by the shown In the accompanying picture, Russians but captured from them by was taken by Canadian troops, seven the Germans and used on the westGerman artillerymen were found dead ern front. It was than captured by beeide It Tbelr blood still spatters the Canadians and tnraad against the aba corUfs. The buret Is mangled Hona. left and CANNOT GET MORE. are going very fast. They Come at once if you want one. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May WOLF TRAIL. Mr. and Mr. Carl Moberlry.werc week end vialtors In .Mndfcnn county. Mrs. Abe Iijrton nml Mrs. Itobcrt Vnult were week-envinitora In Mad- i!llll I 1919. Oliver Double Disc Harrow, 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. Walkinc Cultivators $15. Smoothing Har rows $12.50 and $22. Cultipackers CHEAP. ,,, mmmm kSShfl YvlrJ !Tfi Mrs. Jloe Ray nnd daughter apent .Monday tifteinoon with .Mrs. l'owell Dai ley. A good many people from thin comn. unity were In .ini'iuter Jton-ii- a for the day. Mnter Uliriti Hay hn returned home afttr n two weeka vlilt with Muter F.Inier liny. Mr. Coy Price and Mr. MiCtel- l.m I)nle motored to taneiuiter J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. afternoon. M. Jntie nn r 1'ay KI- 11. flay an I Master .pent Saturday with Mr. lint ' mil 'huh" it ni nr I warn R. I AY your smoketnste JL, flush up against a listening post and you'll h uwin''.' KCt the Prince Albert call, all right! You Hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and Kct so much tobacco joy out of every pull you II wish you had been born twins I For, Prince Albert puts over a turn new to every man fond of a pipe or a home made cigarette. It wins your glad hand completely. That's because it has the quality I And, right behind this quality flavor and quality fra grance is Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive patented process. We tell you to smoke your fill at any clip jimmy pipe ormakin's cigarette without a comeback I 11 Sim P.ny and family. .in. I Mr. James Land :md Mr. C" l'nee nnd children spent imduj "itli Mr anil Mrs. N'cl.'on l)aK Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Kay and run, llcrnnril ami Mr. llillic Fiiln motorc to Lexington for the day Thuradnj Mr. nnd .Mm. John Buy nf Poor Ilidire were quests of Mr. nnd Mri. Elijah Mo.MHIInn lat Monday night. Mr. and Mr. Iluuliey Mnlierley nnd dnuchtcr were quests Saturday nicht of Mr. and Mrs. Harvc Teater nnd fnmily. 1'vt. Japcr Matthews who lias been o"crcn for sev.'riil months, has been mmtcred out of the service and is .11 home with his parents here. Miss Ivn llert ll.uley has returned home nfter n thire weeks ztay in Jrnnnnc eounty. Mr. Ovn Couch, am. Mr. and Mrs. Asbie Hendren ne rompanleil her home for a vialt. nnd Mr Mr Protect Your flogs. Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All are'tfood and we sell them. McROBERTS A DRUG STORE. Grain Heglons. Font of Type. 11 Aicerlan .it r.f mir up. i iuIk .TO poiniiU a font of 'lilm.e type $100. wilshs half a tun and inN Toppy red bags, tidy red lint, handtome pound and hatf pound tin humidort and' that clever, practical pound cryrtal glate humidor with tponge moittentr top that keepe the tobacco in $uch perfect condition. Carved In AlQcrlan Roekt. A liuire Ini.Tiilo with eriorntom horn Is In 1 relilMorle rock ilnn''iii!4 lately fumul In Aln rla. The l nl lrlklnz .fr.!iii fi uure. mid oilier iinliiiaN Inelmle the I 1. and ilniiii'tlc !. hi rl. ciu-llti nt" and lm p. San l'riiiii'lrn ,ri' mint. CUNN'S CHAPEL. "CihnI uianniT are siirfae,' ChrKtlan-Ity,- " l part nf coin! mid an manners Is iiiiclllluie, constant Ihnimlit of others und Mudy of the othiT perMin's iewjioIiit. Some tl.aln l product I In Alcerla chlrtly n lejs hit rperM'd iiiimnu' the l.i n "'itnlii rnnzet near the nts cmiKt and on the lilcli plateaus l'ni between the coastal niotintatn Good Manners. reiim mid the les elevated ranzes Ne pernn has said that whli h fori.i the northern border of the .Medlter-r.inea- Mili um desert. Trinidad I.Izard Farm. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- N. C. at tlu I placed hetwcifi two nuu ultli wlnci Idea that ran lie hent to crlt he nut. im!t A nut lock h.i Ikui Imctiteil th.il cf n phile nf metal to lit High ana Lew. In tnodil form mi IjikIMi Inventor Ihi MH'ccdlt'il In openitlni: n railroad '"r "'"1 ' riilxil nlxiw- - the truck liy ' fnrre nf i lcctrlcity nnil drawn forward hy tiiiiEnctH aloo It. McCombs Road Oil "Prom the rccogiihid '"TIiE high cost of material and the shortage of A labor put a premium upon the preservation of present equipment; and for the preservation of good roads a gallon of oil is worth a bushel of labor. Mr. Walter Davis is ill. Don't Forjet Thla. Mr. Ottie Dailey has returned from ArninltiiB to nil I.zllh rlcntlt' .slilr.ini, Illinois. estimate the world's total nnniiiil rain, Mrs. I.ou Murphy spent the weekla'l iimoiititi tn "JIM.". I tuhlc mill's, of width lem I tin n drains end with Mrs. W. 11. Stotts. throuxli rivers Into the ocean. Mr. S. N. Morford purcnased some com of Mr. John Land at i'J.'iO. Mr. Jnsper Mr.thews arrived home from France one day last week. Mrs. J. tl. Sparks spent Sunday with her son .Mr. Claude Sparks. .Mr. V. II. Stotts was In Lexinc ti n on busincM one day last week. Mrs. Wolford Aircu unu Mr. Talton May Saturday and Sunday Quite a number from here uttended the Victory Loan Rnlly at Lancaster time of the Roman Caesars It has been Thursday. that prosperity follows yuid roads." Mesdnmes Kliiabeth Ilurton and ' ida Tenter spent Sunday with Mrs, Meade May .Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster ami children upelit Sunday with Mr. nun Mb. T. O. Hill. Mr. McKinley Matthews and Miss I aura Hall were united in marriage Theoretically Still at War. Although France and Mexlro are ostensibly nt pinee, u state of war still exists, thiiirelleully, hetween the two nation., for after Maximilian's execution 111 I'fiT, thel'renih withdrew theli eiinlei from Mexico, but never slirned nny treaty. On the Island of Trinidad there Is .oi!:iy a trltahlo lizard farm which lias all the equipment for the successful bm-dlnof these none too numer- ous members of the reptile family whlih lire now known to be ImlNpens-.ibl- e to the suzar ilnnters. In addition to this enterprise 11 wider search Is liiinz iiiaile fur toads to help increase the world's Miirnr output. Pay The Carrier! lilt Saturday. Miss lleulah May of Wilmore wa here Sunday and Monday .1 nuest of Mi.-- f Annie May. Miss Alene and .Master Cecil Hurt spent the week end with their sister. Mrs. Arthur Dailey. 'cw. win received here Friday of t'n death of Mr Sam Acee ut his home in Nicholasville. Mr. J. W. Musters of Madison was hero last week a Kuest of bis aunt, Dailey. .Mrs. Josephine Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson nnd children were Ruests of Mrs. MukkIo Whittakc: at Teatcrsvillc. Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Floyu Hay and children and Mm Lucy Jones spent Sun-il- a with .Mr. nml Mrs. 15. I). Uobbitt. Quite 11 number from this com-iiiuty and Buckeye were In ljincas-n- r Sunday evening to hear ISev. HndKers. Mr. and Mr. Frank Utnd. Mix Iiu" Land and Mr. Howard Land iw utiests Sunday of Mr. and Mis Imperative demands of the war period have prevented adequate road maintenance, improvement and extension. The immense transportation problem of reconstruction requires that the arteries of traffic be kept in good condition. Roads well oiled last indefinitely. A road is impervious to the destructive forces of nature and offers adequate resistance to the wear and tear of heavy traffic. well-oile- d mm McCombs Producing & Refining Co. PRODUCERS TRANSPORTERS J"' 11 :.. id. RI:HNI:KS MARKETERS Moberley Mr. nnd Mrs, lluuhoy spent the week enil with Mr. and children were euesU of Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Harvey Teater. An illustrated lecture was Riven nt the M. K. Church Sunday eveninir in the interest of the Victory Loan, pun .frunjait !w.v sjiv puu Jif children were in Lancaster Wednesday. There will be (pecial services ut the M. E. Church hers next Suirtay. A trrent number will be expected to attend Sunday School at Chapel 111 the inorniiik' and at lluckcye in the afternoon at next Sunday is the day ret apart lis a special day on which an effort is mado to have every one in the State in Sunday School. You to chcIi it.vitation have a cordial place. THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR High Grade Petroleum Products Adequate Facilities ABRAM RENICK, Pres., Inter-Southern Personal Service Prompt Deliveries Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Mo. Sales Oljice: Producing Properties: Boatmen's Bank Binlilmk'. St. Louis. Estill, Wolfe, Lee Counties, Kentucky Refinery: East St. Louis. 111. Offices: Winchester, Ky. INQUIRIES SOLICITED Thu Cliovrolet llotor Car is in every respect. Built for servico and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadtter $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They hnve marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. Fhe Central Record, Lancaster POINT I , Kv . ii u mho , May I, 1 9 19 LEAVELL. Mr. Kph Hnmninck of near Point I.cnvcll hml n very valuable more to tile. A BROKEN LIFE By ALLEN CHAMPNEY. FIRST ANNUAL Phoenix Qafeteria Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Kentucky. I Mr. Tivls I'njburn end family of Richmond were visitors ut J. M, Col- -' son Sunday. I Mr. S. V. Thompson nntl family their K.istcr dinner twith Mr. James "M. Hell. Miss Xora Smith lias returned to lier home in I'lenchertville, after pleasant v sit here. Mr. J. V. Tatem wha had the mis fortune of sticking n nail inhis foot is improving slowly. Mrs. J. V, West, wiio has been on the sieklist for some time, is not so well nt this writing. .Mr. illiam Thompon has pur chased nn "Indian" Motorcycle and i now thaveling up to the minute which is "fast time." The death angel visited the home of Mr. Muncie near here and took nwny the beloved wife and mother, j.Much sjmputhy is extended to the sorrowing ones. Mny God heal the broken hearts and dry the tears nwny And may her absence draw them near to the Kates of day. I HOME COOKING r Mr -- TABLETS- POPULAR PRICES SELF SERVICE R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. BRADSHAW MILL. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kmmons nnd family of Richmond are with relatives here. .Mrs. T. V. Warmoth and Tilda spent Monthly with .Mrs. (Irant Sanders. Mrs. 11. A, iWoaddus and family spent Monday with Mr. nnd Mrs. llur-to- n Sanders. Mrs. Jesse Kast and little daughter .Martha were guests of Mrs. S. N. Sanders, Sunday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Sebastian and roti, were visitor; of Mr. and Mrs Jesse Kast, Saturday and Sunday Tdr. and .Mrs. Hnscom I'rewitt anil daughter, Nora Lucille, spent Sun '.ay with Mr. anil Mrs. Daniel Kast. No Liquor Sold in Cafeteria. Kntertained nt Dinner: Misses en Flora Adkcrson nnd (Iracc tertained with a delightful Kaster din ner Sunday nt their home near Nina Guests included Miss. May me Sebas tian, Miss Linda Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Dave I'rewitt und family. Misses Magie and Mnud Whitted, Jewel Pre Nothing It Impossible will, lila and Hessie linker, Stella Great l Enthusiasm. "A creature of mart el Is this thlug revela-II- , Enthusiasm conies with the called man," observed the facetious I'rewitt, Ata Wheeler, Mr. Vernon in of true and satlsfjlng objects ol philosopher. Jones, Walter Hardm and Hubert "He can rlile In an devotion, and It Is enthusiasm that and run Into debt at the same) Long. The afternoon guests were n'ts the powers free. Woodrow time." Messrs Dewey Anderson, Willie I'rew. itt Nick and Chester Schooler. Most Complete Cafeteria in the South. JOHN SKAIN, Manager. Mountain Laurel. The fact that mountain laurel blooms on three great national holidays. Memorial day, Kins day aud Fourth of July, Is one reason why the NutIonal. Federation of Women's clubs advocates that flower for .the national emblem. First American Balloon Ascension. January 0 Is the anniversary of tho first balloon ascension In this coun-trIt was made In Philadelphia In 17: LI. and It Is Interesting In view of the rapid strides In aeronautics made In the past few years, liven twenty live years ago the Idea of a dirigible airship was largely 11 dream. fOneDrop atourtwnlHuMryltcrrrasJr drop. I n t h drlnklar water cor. Tin nrewanu vd u rflurhnM. ehahm and other cakk dliiun. On Oe. battl. mat m U ol nukss 31 rint lillouS1.20. rawtwioa. ration..Lxnu. At rrir. Urussbu. or Mtit by mail postpaid. Bourbon R.m.dyCo., LaaJalon, Ky. A t .w CURES GAPES I plj I Shakespeare Law Unto Himself. A correspondent wonders how such a phrnse as "piping time of peaee" could originate. One might think It referred to the Indian's peae, plie, but Shnkei'are wii rather unfamiliar with the tii'toms nf Amerli'im alsrls-Ine- s. lIoHcviT, Shakesprnre illil what he pleasisl with KnglMi languaue. Real Pioneer. Onr nt the first whllf, men and In nil probability the first Ilrltlsli subject to make his abode In territory comprised within the boundarliw of the province of New llrunswlck, Canada, was John (i)les, who was carried from the southern Ilrltlsli colonies to th wilderness of the valley of tho St. John rlter by marauding bonds of Si fvtUBUGHt). V DELCO-LIGH- T Increases Farm Efficiency Fifty thousand Dclco-Ueplantsi iin opera tion on Antrbn farms are savine at the most conservative estimate, an hour a day 000,000 work hours a year. tach or owr Q 1, 0 fl f f That it tqual to an army of 60,000 man working ttn hour a day for a tall month, is a complete electric light and povier plant (or (arms and suburban hones, It furnishes an abundance of dean, sale, economical light, and operates pump, churn, cream separator, washing machine and other appliances. It is also lighting; rural stores, garages, churches, schools, army camp and-rai- U uay stations. t (I j? li fj K a After the Fire. fire has swept a bit' of wood land the llowers that start the follow lin season are often not the mum n" Brew there before und frisiuently are strange to the locality. Queer legends haw grown up to account for this fact but the explanation Is In reality very simple, Iloun under the surface soil iheso seeds have been waiting no one knows how long. They never had u ilniiice before lire guve It vWlien Monarch's Compliment. A pretty compliment was that Philip i mi!" im MaaWM Mr -- S&i Mr CENTRAL KENTUCKY LIGHT & POWER COMPANY. 269 W. SHORT STREET. LEXIFGTON, KY. W. S. SMATHERS, Local Representative. IV of Kpulu, himself u painter, tendered to a greater artist, Velasquez. When Velasiiuez had finished Ids famous picture "Las Meuliins," which Includes not only Philip and his queen, but the artist himself, brush In hand, he asked of the king, "Is unytlilng wuntlngj" "One thing only," unswer ed Philip; und taking the palette from Velasquez's hands, lis painted on the breast of the artist's figure In the picture the Cross of the Order of Ssntl ago. the most distinguished la Spain. I ..u I ,C,Trtsbt, nils, by ttsatrr. Jllss Cayenne, j oil siildf Yss." Why the peppery iianier" AT OUR BARN ON WEST FOURTH STREET "Vnii would kno If you spent nn LEXINGTON, KEFTUCKY. .venlnz In her company I lllghtfull) she Is Miss Naomi Winters, but III n rau,il wny the other appelant has become common. You may wonder at A. M. MAY It. for "lie Is not only beautiful hut rich. Her eccentricities are constant Sixty IUkJi Grade and l'tiro llii'd HolMtuin Cnttlf and numerous, ami )ung as she Is thej .iy she has a satire and sarconsisting of Bulla, Heifers nntl Cows. The feinnles casm at command that would mske n fire mo.st nil springers tine to calve soon. They have tar of an old flreclan pessimistic been carefully selected ly the hest judges of Dairy deep dlsapisilnt-meri- t philosopher. Some Cattle in the country anil every one is a good jndivi-dua- l, must hate milled the fair surstraight backs, large udders mid large Cattle of face of her life, for he Is a consistreal Holstein type. All have been Tuberculin tested ent man lister and her opt ridicule in the past two weeks. of sham, pretense anil affectation has The Holstein is the most popular Dairy Cattle not made her at all Mptiliir." y with Dairy Products bringing the highest The speakers sIimnI at a window of prices ever known, you cannot Milord to miss tills the lobby of the hotel at Walford, regarding ii queenly appearing holy who Saie nntl get a few of these good Cows mid Heifers. was Jut passing by. The Holstein lead ns llntter Cows. We will be They casually discussed her nnd glad to have you inspect these cattle en our farms turned away, but s man of about thirbei'ore the day of the Stile. ty who hml stissl directly behind them There mot til closer to the window. Ladies arc Especially Invited to Attend Sale. was souo'thlng more than Interest In his fact a token of deep emotion and a thoughtful expression were hi his eyes as he remnlii.il starltu blankly out on the street. He bad become a guest at the hotel and registered as ky Itnndal Paxton Ihnt morning. At the r.OUVEK DOND, Auctioneer. nd of n protrncted reterle be turned away with a deep slsh. The lady who was the object of all this attention was life In harmony, to outward serlug, with the designation that had been awarded her. Her fare, though smllpless, almost setere, was perfect In Its contour. Her eyes, whbh SAFE PRIVATE ano CONVENIENT nt times were scornful or haught), vr hen In rrposs bore a half hidden sadness that told of some secret sor, row Distance Is no object to .K .11.. A storm of censure and dlsapprntul bart Of tha rnunlrw vn., llu. greetisl her when she aelacted Alice Oank to your door and K?Mior.2t7l di Wade ns her maid. A member of s LyOU 4K for avarv rfnllsr wOK US. Tlo. i. W0rll family lsmr, obscure, th father of a'""o""' 'rom you will brlnsTSu t2y.ti!lf,.a,ln' whl( ll was s drunkard, herself n detoanauon of our plan of "Banking by Mall." ThaJ serted wife, Alice had been shunned, isino larvatl oank In Indians despised. With rare human pity Miss Winters took her up. lifting a depressed soul from gloom to sunshine Hriri. atnesii. iwi ami winning a devotion and lore that CteatMBa. M. was almost pathetic. RCSOURCCS MILLION DOLLA .Cliailntics -It was Alice who knew of countless HCASJ.T HAL A ciHtUHY IN SUtlMir deeds of charity done by her mistress In secret. It wos she who knew that In her dark moolj moments Miss ' Movie Statistics. Crow Has Earned Farmer's Mate. Winters shut b.raelf up In a room In one eteulng we now see Id nn-- 1 Most i oiiiiiionly Hie i row Is hated by neter tlslted by others. It was Alice f rortln tiniliig .tttrnc- - the farmer because It (nills up the thut her young mistress who knew lady, j Joiing turn to get the soft m.s ker-Ii-had loved and lost, embittering her lions. 4s dn.nps f the 'lo.e n;, f (he leading until. at the ristt, ami everywhere Is to life In the present. i lost-ii- is ,.f ii wonder t hlld. if.1l siple ' ... .rn the scarecrow n the newly The stranger at the hotel for three gel flllo liuloiniittlles. liLD ii,hiiiI,. ir'et out pb iii sl turn fields. Ijiter on the ilam-ar- e nights In succession passed some time of ihey I. . to he corn crop niii hard. la the tlclnlty of the house where 11 iiutomob.les six eternal triangles lusr,-uli- s wltes, nine unappreciIv be estfnultist, Ihsiush they the Miss Winters Heed. II was rather ated husbands, fight il or gltls tniir-rle- e I if i he )ntitic ears, nlbiwlng the ni)sterlous In his actions. He et ailed to lords, three murilers. tine danc- v to enter the slunk nnd rot the pedestrians and never left his hotel ing. IfHim run. -' pies. corn. during ilajtlme. One turning he was near to the Winters' home, when Allce s us hurrying towards the house. she passed a helge a rough looking man sprang Into tlew ami caught tier anil. "It's me, my pretty, our rosing, unfortunate husband. I hesr you've pit a Job where there's lots of money and Jewels. You've got to get me some." "I wouldn't give )ou a penny If you1 were starting'" protested Alice and broke ), The man started after her. Paston Intervened, knocked him senseless with a single Mow, and hurried the girl homewards. . Ollicf 1'lifiif Kesiilencf I'hoiir !W, "Then1, )ou are safe," he said, "and If that miscreant troubles )ou sgalu Just call the (Killce. Why! what l that?" as it thunderous sound emiinat' e1 from the house, startling, alarming 'Something has happened. (Hi. in) f young mistress!" palpitated Alice, and she rushed Into the house, followed bj I'nvton. Into the wing room Allcs At Its threshold for an In I stant Puxton paused. A pnrt of tin celling had fallen and Miss Winters lay Insensible on the floor amid Its debris. This was the room where Miss Winters spent so many hours- - of nieill fpon a table In I hi tatlon In solitude. turner whs it framed photograph, mar velously resembling the young mull aiaaaaaaaalsBaaaaaaBf. some trities of Jewelry, a fadist bouquet, evidently lote luemetiti of ti far past. Paiton's face was colorless. Ileqult ered like a strong tree shaken by a tempest us he lifted Miss Winters ten derly, carried her ton couch In the ncxi room nnd telephoned for u physician A cn.nl nslil riitlim of relief l,ts llns as an hour Inter Alice came til him and Informed him that the doctor reported .Miss Winters only teuiporit' rlly stunned. Alice looked ngltntcd us she glanced at the photograph mid then at the stranger. "Ynu are the man I" she spoke In n is a sure preservative to every surface it low. Intense tone, covers. It beautifies, and at the same time "You menu, nn old friend of Miss Winters, whom she has remembered J" lengthens the life of any piece of property. replied Paxton. "Tes. I was her afA scheming If your property shows signs of needing fianced husband. siei plotted to provis to me that she loved paint, have it painted with another. I left home a broken heart est wanderer. Only u few month Hanna's Green Seal. To since I learned (if the cruel conduct of my slater." postpone the matter is false "Shall I tell Miss Winters UilsT economy. questioned Allre, "If you will," and Alice went uway and returned with a beaming face. Formula on every package. "She knew all. She wishes to see you. Oh I make her happy, for I lore her. even aa you do," and leading Randal Pulton to the room where Nsoin. ISOLD BY I Winters awaited him, Allen closed the door after blra. and those two, so cruelly parted, were reunited for all I 5 Holstein Sale 10, AT 10 SATURDAY. THE) COOK FARMS i.i:.inc;tox. kkntci BANKING BY MAIL lf ..riu,i. W. 0. RIGNEY and Funeral Oirector Embalmer. Kentucky Lancaster, Green SeafPaint Um fttsrt. CONN BROS, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May I 1919. TRIVINE 5795 - ADVANTAGES OF HAY GAPS ARE NUMEROUS PLANT CORN FOR ENSILAGE EARLY I 1 CLAUDE CONN, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ,iacK Clu'stnut Sorrel, 15 hands nml a finu Individual lit- will make the season of 1!U!) at my barn :t miles Kast of Give Protection From Rain and Reduce Loss of Leaves. Lancaster and 2 miles below Hyattsville at Expensive Mistake Generally Made in Northern States by $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Planting Crop Last. llirivine oiii,., Hired by Ilex I'eavine, 17!l(, he by Hex One of Strongest Recommendations It Fid Thit Growers East of McDonald WM, by Hex Denmark 810, by Crijrlers Denmark River Arc EnthusiDnm, (Jtillty !)!ir.O, by Verdict 1021, by Cerro Gordo astic Over Their Use. BEST FOR LARGE VARIETIES 1022, by .Hack Siilrrel 58. Will also at the same time and place stand my blj; black Il'irrarnl I y tie United Stales Depart-tn'li! will stand tjiis well bred saddle stnlllon nt my place two miles from on the Hichmom! pike, out the Harris I.nnc at $7.00 FOR A HORSE COLT AND $11.00 FOR A MARE COLT. Hex is formerly known as the Nut Cotton horse, anil made the season , near Klrksvillc. He is by Itex Arbucklc and out of n Denmark mare. He is Just the type to breed to for raddle nml farm horses. His colts nre his best recommendations. They speak for themselves. A lien will be retained on nil colts until season Is pni.l. Will use every means to prevent accidents but will not be responsible should uny occur. He is 15.1 .lack. (known as the Mark Goins Jack) hands hl'h, tfood bone and heatl and a number one JAKE liny cnpi In cnckH of Agriculture.) cm era umiI In curing hujr He will make the seasoij at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Season due if mare is parted with. Care taken to pre vent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Frank Arnold KING MONROE, 4099 Brown Stallion with three white fret 15 1 ham! high, will weigh 1 100 pound. hn lung fine neck, line lirml lit on hih lure thin withers, good short back witll ns Hood a tail at cw wn on u hone, good Ixine nml good feet give protection from ruin, reduce the loi of leave. Itnprmp the color nnd Increase the feeding value of the hay. One of the strongest rec- iiniiii iiilatloiii for the lie of liny cap l the fact that hay grower enM of the .Mlxl-4pp- l river who have ued lln In are nearly very ritlmsl-ntl- e regarding their ndvaiiliige. The chlif r'ii'iu bay rapn are lint ued more iJtenslMly,. both North nml South, It that niot hay grower nre of the opinion Unit they cnt ton much to warrant their ue. In many eciloiiH Crops Are Made Much More Profitable When Judged by Feeding Value and Not by Its Height or Weight Cultivation Pays. (Prepared tiy tl Stale ut Atcrkullure.) fnltnl nepart-tnv- nlni if llr- -t Ik an e&peiHve niNlnkc very Ken. rally made In northern portion of limiting eiillui:e inrii last Instead . i a 03 lit Kr MrlHisml.l Maj i 111 l Rttl.lk M ;iaw I i rlxlrr P.H lllkck M Itvnmstk !"-- t u o 2 s s n L- Monro SMS lot) Mf k Ilis4( Hat. M . - J rHtf ttr litmnatk tt.tm ! NmMm l.ilrwwt i UnbrlM ifbu t I (.rami w k ft Ijbltle ,mn Miwri'r Pefim.t Mink lllaimii.l I !'. i mMk plamti-t- , Jr.) the United .Stall. Stmin: tiTlnlnalln.-eM- l of vnrletle from farlher uiiith shoiilil he plunled tun or three week inrller than the Imiiim'-ltouKeml, whUll I plunteil for the pmdlie-tlnl- l nf Kralll. Earlier Planting, Better Yields. When Inrse vnrleile from vlrirlnla or Jllourl, for example, are pl uiled hi norllierii Klnte Into In Max they make u. raphl. loin; Jointed, tend it. Slleenlent erowtli. mill nre ?riHo whin full frot whir that they lire liiiuy in handle, low In fetllin: aln , lid make ensilue whlrh is floppy mid ton oiir. Itut when planted in April, or ery early Jl iy, they make Inner, hurdler Kinuth, betur with pnns frot. ami run Miimi r i.ronshi. and reaeh u more inhnri d eoinli'fon of maturity mid prodine more r:iln lliau when planted I. 'it I a"l frot, not prln' frot. are mo t to he fi'iired, Karly n.ninrlni:, lionie-sronvnrle tle do not neit mid may not be Pen hy mutually early pluMlnc. but tiled s nre eiKiiak'n varletie henelileil. 'I liniich Miinewhat dnurfeil liy ery early tilntitlm;, the larje i I tl Curing Alfalfa In Cocks Under Caps. the reilurtlon In the Milne of liny through dloeoloratlnii hy miii und rain In n normal m iimhi ainoimt to n miiih a, or porhnp more than, the t of eiioiicli bay cap to preent tills I . nre of two dltlnct tspea thoe Unit are entirely Impervlou to botli nlr mid rain, mid thie that shed nearly all of the rain, ami lit the Fame time allow uiott of the molturedaden air from the Interior of the stuck to pa tlirniiEh nnd be rnrrlnl nwnv. My The cap nre fatem-- i on the liny cock I by weight attached to eaeli corner of , the rnp and hurled In the hay. or byue I ...... .I.n,.tf 11. u ,.. ...v., ........ ... ,1... I. ......... ..... ... Dy REX I'KAVINK. First Dam A DRKNNON MARE. cap nnd fuMemil toeether near the ji $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. crouini on opHiue sine or mo cock. Thi horse has sired ome of the heat walking Horses in the .State. He Cap MiniiM he put In place a soon n will get you a Walking Horse right. made, hut when there I no He is a real nodding walker himself, the cork Indlrntloii of rain till may he delajed with style nt both (nils. until the followlni; forenoon. When the rap are not In nw they should lie This Crop Was a Failure Because the Will .$10. Soli Moisture Became Exhausted dried tlioroiii:hly nml stored. If proi-erl- y Just When the Plants Should Have enreil for they will Inst several S. Begun to Form Ears Plant Silage nml ran he uod on three or corn Early, All of the above stock will make the eaon at my farm on the (lillispie fviir cnlllliL- - eneh simimiii. pike three miles from Taint I.ick ami two miles from Hackley. New- - Jersey eipertment stn- At the llat'e arieile will, by nature, make llou It wa found that when some ample stalk III. nnd heetiuse of nek of nlfalfa were cm em! with cot early plmitiiiL'fro" N. W. will jleld more nml ton sheetlin; cap Incite squaru nml MI...I-- l.riilit i.ii.l iti.iL.. rl,..u. ..n.l .,... r"1" 2,ter enlla,r... Harly planllns hour the hay wn, damp only two or ,,,,. ,. for Incite below- - the tup. 1919 three were not nnered recelviThen cock - reiiriNliictliiii Hint thor... Cu'!"'t'" ,rm' 8.?"- ..El. weltlni: ..ml the hay wn more le or hleachnl, the stem brittle and Iiiiide much more profitable when these the lo of leave heavy. two point are observed: Hay emi nre especially valuable In .Indite the crop by It feeding! value A TWO MINUTE HORSE. eiirinz alfalfii and eloer liny which do and n't by It height or weight, or the n the crnse. amount of (A chance to raise an Auto.) not dry out labor iiereMiry to silo it. Alfalfa liny must lie handled carefully ever made n season in Garrard County The fastest stallion that Although earlier planting neeessi-lat- e to avoid o of leave which constitute Milwaukee, Auto Zombro obtained his record of '.'.02 earlier cultivation. It pti. HarWisconsin, from 40 to IVI per cent of It weight, - nt ly cultivation drle mid warm the rept. 11, 1U10. hired by ontbro 2.11 sire of han rrnncn.cn and (.0 in runner nnikliiL' n of produr- - oil surface. If It remain wet It re2,10 list). He by .McKinney sire of Sweet .Marie '.'.02 ami 2S in ini: cholrn hay for market, or feeders, main cold, mid jinins corn canHe was foale.l in IKO'J, is a rich red such n 2.10 list), Dam Tmy by Conifer. dairymen, desiring pxil not crow. Stirringthenucs the surface bay, 15 4 hands high, sound, n grand looking individual, n ennsistent race pnhitnble hay free from dust, will llnil to dry rapidly, iibmrb heat, feel warm horse, game, ami fast. He is the type to sirr colts with ex- that under certain condition It will to the hand, mid the corn to grow, pay well to cure hay In cock, under hy. uneultlvnted soil will treme speed, class, stamina mid durability. while hay iiip. when ordinary method have remain near rold, with corn nt it stumMIII. He will make the season nt leeii found In be unsatisfactory. S20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A lien will Will also stand twu fine Jacks at $10.00 each to Insure. be retained on nil colts until season money is paid. Mares trailed or parted j? LESSONS OF DAIRYING HOW TO HANDLE SHEEP with sBsun becomes due. Special rates for jockey or barren mares. Not ArrLItU IU WUUULANU responsible for accidents. This stock will mnke the season of 1919 at my Tu lend a sheep, stand on the below the Kork' church, in stable near the Lexington l'ike on the Rout (I'lrealril by thr United States left side, place the left hnml Ilepartment of Agriculture I Garrard County. under the lower Jaw iind the Fowl cost money. If n cow right bam! on the. dock or tall. doe not pay for her feed you Press on the dock and the. anie of her nnj buy a new mal will move; the left blind Is one. used to culde It. Dragging sheep Why keep a tree If It la not Bry.nt.vill. Phon. 47-LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. I hard on holh man and sheep. pajhiB rent on the land It To carry a sheep, stand to the Iteplace It hy n faster rear ami on tho right side; place growlni: tree. Ihe right hnml Just hack of the If )ou want pmd cnlvf you right front leu and uuttvtmcnth breed cood cow. (icntly raise the tho brisket, You enn not get good young front end of the sheep from the trees from the seed of poor ground. (!rap tho left ilnd leg kind. Leave seed trees of the He is 1(1 hands hij;h, black with white face, 5 years old at tho hock, using; the left hnml, kinds that grow fastest and nre and lift thu sheep. Struggling most rnluahle. and a natural walking horse. ..III I... r.r.,..,il.t,1 I.. ,1.1 j .. . KING MONROE ho n much stjlc spciil nml action in any saddle home living It ran he teen that thin horse beluturs to the greatest family of the t4Mle horse being a real Denmark. Study hu pedigree nml he convinced. You can make no mistake hy breeding to thi horse He will get nu saddle hotscs of the highest type. Never, was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. Every man should breed his marcs ami drreil them to the bet. KIMS MONROE will make the present season at my Lam at 1919 I SEASON 1919 In. liny rap Star Chester, AT I 6470 i $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Walking Stallion, Will Also Stand IN OFFERINC THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER, 6470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1919, AT MY FARM SIX MILES TROM LANCASTER, KY., AND NEAlc McCREARY, S15.00 TO INSURE LIVING FOAL REX also stand two good Jacks at colt and for horse colt. for mare eoii, ROGERS. believf I a'.i oTcririt, a horse with richer blood lines than any ( Smlillp St illiet. standing; nt three tints. the fee. He l.as for hb sire Champion Bourbon Star, who won in more classes tha'i any horse in Kentucky during his show career. Bourbon Star war sired by Bourbon King, he by Bourbon Chief nml so on down through the Chief family. STAR CHESTER, 0470, by Bourbon Star, 2912, he by Bourbons Bourbon King, 1788, he by Bourbon Chief, 97C. Star's dam Ella Itodman, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S dam was Ermine Dare, 8339, by Dare Devil, 1U70, by Chester Dare 10. Second dam Daughter, by Chester Dare, 10. You can readily sec I am offering the blood which is in our greatest Champion Saddle Horses of the day. Will also at the same time and place stand two good Jacks. ""; 1919 ,',, Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO INSURE A J25.00 FOR JENNET. AUTO ZOMBRO 2.02 .Jf"'. , LIVING COLT. , Chief Xapoleon, 5107, has proven himself to be a good Jennet Jack. Finis Napoleon, AT J10.00 TO INSURE. He is 13 hands high, yellow with white points, big; bone 'ill and body and line head and ears. As 1 am standing two good Jacks this year, I will give ihe farmers a chance to breed their stock at n reasonable low fee. I will retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance nnd must be paid ift once. Care taken to prevent should any occur. accidents but not responsible f Walker Bradshaw. Phone 364-- I R. F. D. No. 3. LANCASTER, KY. w ROBT. R. FOX, ttoct BLACK PAT A good Registered Percheon Stallion, weight 1550 pounds, has been standing in Jessamine Milton H. C. KING He will make the season of 1019 at my barn at Hyattsville, at DOGS RUIN SHEEP INDUSTRY FEED GRAIN FOR FINISHING $15. To Insure a Living Colt. lllack Pat is sired by Walking Pat, he by Jesse Cobb. Illack Pat's first dam by Silver Klnjr, sired by Joe Funis' Silver King and lie by Stonewall Jackson. 1st dnm by Stonewall Jackson, Jr., 2nd dani by Old Stonewall Jackson, lllack Pat's 2nd, dam Old Pat Denmark, 3rd dam, Old Drennon, Ith. dam Old Copper Bottom. Stray Cura Running at Large Hava Helped Materially to Booit Prlct of Wool. Practice la Advisable to Harden Soft Fat and Meat and Put on Additional Weight county for four years and proven to be a great breeder. He will make the season of 1919 at my place mile from Camp Nelson on the one and one-ha- lf Lexington and Danville pike at $15.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING ALL RIGHT. AND J. C, Gastineau. runners substituting pastures entireDoga running nt largo are driving out the sheep Industry. Few caro to ly for grain nnd other concentrated go Into or to continue, raising sheep feed to their market hogs through when tome stray dog nniy kill a part the summer will find that, before maror nil of the llock tho tame night. keting In the fall. It will be advisable Tho fewer sheep, the higher the price to feed grain tn harden the soft fat of wool. If ou find. that woolen gar- nnd meat nml put on uddltlonal weight. ments nre high, remember Hint doga Light Put steady gruln feeding on pasrunning at targe have helped to boost ture, however, give belter result that price. Kiteuslon division, North Ihnu a hcnvler feeding during a abort-- r Hulthlug period. Dakota Agricultural College. CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May I, 1919. ' HEADQUARTERS FOR HENDERSON JUDGeI RENDERS DECISION RRAWBLEiRlfa JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF RUFUS POS3UM MAKES CHASE. A PUn. DISK HARROWS Osborne, International, John Deere and Brown. "Trutona Proved Its Merit In My Case", He Firmly Avers. 3 3L OBACCO STICKS Corn 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. Henderson, Ky., Arril 30th.. Judge .1. I.. KcrriU, IS12 Powell street, for the past two years l.ns occupied tin licnch of tH- - Henderson I'olirc Court nml during hit nineteen years' rcsl ilence in Henderson has become one of the city's well Known nml highly respected men. He has the following praise for Trutonn: "1 Hive tnken Irutonn find it hits certainly proven In merit In my ase. "I was troubled with catnrrhiil nf- fe.dioii of the head, nee unci threat My nose was always stopped up nnd I was annoyed h.. the dripping of nuuis Into my mou.;i. My appetiti. was very poor. Watering of the ecs bothered m'.', too. "Trutonn has Riven me gteut relief. My no.e is never stopped up now and my head has cleared up The watering of my eyes has censed. I've noticed quite nn .improvement In my appetite, too. Yes, I can safely recommend Trutonn to nil", Trutonn is especially beneficial fur stomach, liver nnd kidney troubles, nnd has proven n line reconstructive tonic following pneumonia, influenza, hard colds nnd the like. Trutona is no.v being Introduced nnd explained in nt H. K. Mcllobcrts. (Adv.) CARTERS VILLE. Unfit Possum strolled leisurely out of Ills home In the old oak tree, drctchid his urra, shook his t.UI vie on 'isly several times, ond sit down on thc front sleps to collect his thntiidit. While basking lazily In the stin, he heard a thuriplty thump romlng over flic hill. He laid down his pipe, nd Justed bis glasses, and waited In silence and curiosity to see whom the visitor might he. "Ah!" ho exclaimed In a not oerlr this year, ami Tobacco sticks lire nwfully c I'le.ivd manner, "heali comes ilat ol' la-k It.ibllt again, nnd ah reckons those who wait, are koIiik to tintl it ni'.t to inipossiblu he's ambulntln' round lookln' fo' to secure tliem at all. If you expect to need them, omenno to len' him ionic money He you had better net YOURS NOW. am a good fo' nuinn rabbit anhow" "flood morning, Mr. Possum," shout' This is the only car we have bought, and we fd .Mr. Itabhlt at the top of his tolre. will probably be unable to secure another one like it. "Pse an awful busy nun. Ml.tah liabblt, an" If ou got much to say, tie quick about It, Yiuinc I ain't got no time fo' fiimmadlddlos." ' Well," I Ran Mr. Itabblt, "seeing that we are both very busy, I guess we shouldn't tal'C Ihe time to talk about my money making schemes, lie. catii realty. Mr Possum, there are Paper From Many Kinds cf Mark. Socrates II. so many folks ho want lo talk bus,-n-A lot of in thin' I'lfty kinds of hark are now used It of with m. that I mint be retting, perili U nil rlsht tin i nufnctiire p:iKr. beside other felliumms along. Good dai. Mr Possum." 'in' starts taking ndv nit of It. i.lni. bean stalks, mu tines, coconut "Ilol" on there- a minute, Mr. Babttlier. dmer nnd hay. straw, fresh wn bit," shouted Mr. Possum In nn ex it weeds, sea weeds nnd ntcr t.V Home-MadMartyr. cited voice "Pse Jus" klddln' tou kinds of grne. John (!, bout beln' I uy ! sin e' I can take in n long letter f misery, that linKidy understands him In time to listen to you " IliU world. If yiiu lake up that Ple, Must Be Progression. . Jtihn, tlien nntMHly run he- cxp.-cteti The moral law of the universe la imil.TMiui'l Jim, iNm't try to make progress. Kury rciii'rnlloii that mirelf out n tnart)r. Put mir bark cics Idly (n,r the cnrlli without Into life am) rnrry n burden for an- intillng 1 that firiicrc remain, imln- nthiT. You'll siN.n find then that .mil, scribed iiinm tht. ricUtir of huiniiiltT. K lire understood olid appreciated. umf the succeeding generation tram. ,.,, U Bhcs u ilul. - MniiinL hange. ft $11. per Thousand I A. H. BASTliN & CO. t'. n, Our Prices are Right. HASELDEN BROS. Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Conant. Misses Barbara Gulley and Sally Miss Zillah Dawes is the guest of i I.ou Teater of Buckeye were guests Mrs. Henry Lee Grant at George- I of Mis Martha Curtis the past week, town. j Mr. Louis BruadduVand Miss Mary Miss Anna Holtzclaw of near Star.-fo- r i Belle Halcomb were in Lexington was a week end guest of Mrs. W. j Thursday to sec the "flying circus". K. Davis. Dr. nnd .Mrs. B. C. Rose and little Miss Pearl Boswell has returned 'son, James Lear nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. J. from a visit with her parents at Hogan Ballard were in Lexington j Thursday to see the "flying circus." Springfield. School closed Thursday ending u Mr nnd Mrs. R. I'. Brown spent most successful term under the the week end with Lancaster and principalship of Rev. G. S. Conant Stanford relatives. and his assistants. Misses Dowden C. M. Dean, R. I. Burton, W. K. and Bettls. This school has been in Davis nnd M. O. Kennedy were in session and has covered more work Lexington, Saturday. than most high school in the state, y fnct. Quite a number from this com- which is u very BRYANTSVILLE munity attended the patriotic rally at Lancaster, Thursday. In Piccadilly. I'lceiidllly 1. believed to have got It Mr. J. C. Mershon and Mr. Sutton, name from ptiUndcllcsiirptccadllllo'.. n of Corbin, are with Mr. and Mrs. M. variety of turtmtcr collar. A tailor O. Kennedy for a few days. rinnied lllgglus who bad made n Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Williams and fortune- selling these article' of aii- children Jack and Helen were Lex- pnrcl built ii home In tliat particular baby visited her of part of I.ninUm In 101 and railed It Henry Tonkersleyparents Mr. and Mrs. ,, ington visitors Wednesday. Mn Mnx'hM ,,ratls at the wteks end. where ah makes up fo' lost time.1 hall. hence the name- Piccn- Miss Blitzcr and Mr. Clyde Watson That morning when Mr. rubhlt Misses Myrtle and Cora Carter and guests of l dllly. of Wilmore were week-en'Miss Cora Ruon were the nleasant ald goodbe. he left a certain Mr fitting on his front steps with guests of .Mrs. John Pennington and ',ilUKh,erS "l Uttc" Klur'!!'- . that '"haTMnsted .....-.SS.S- Vr. Clarence Gr"en has purchased a new I'cr.l Mr. J. I Pitts was in Lexington Monday on business. i 31 r. nnd Mrs. J. L. Pitts were week end visitors in iterca. Mrs. Kliza Conn visited her dnugh-- ' tcr Mrs. Pierce Allen lust week. Little Alcne Jennings who has been very ill is better at this writing. Mrs. Jetr Davis and daughter Susie made n business trip to Berea last week. The heavy frosts of last week rute killed most of the fruit in this end of ths county. Miss Martha Carter of Lexington. is visiting friends near Cartersville this week. "Mr Possum," began lUbblt. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bryant back n few stens. "I really I fwl that .Mr. ond Mrs. Milton Jennings I want to talk to you ited ,nu,t '"' yrT? particular who I talk last Sunday. iiii n'u wf, mere s oiu .Mr Misses Cora Roop, Myrtle and Cora who Is a very unpatriotic citizen. Carter visited Mr. and Mrs. V, L. and. In fact, a rnvGeraian cltlen I Pennington Sunday. don't wajit to do business with him, Miss Kstella Davis and Mrs. Susie What I want la good, patriotic, gencitiGreen visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Libert erous, honest and zens, who wlih to Invest their money Cooley last Sunday. In a sat thing, thereby making Mrs. Lena Turner nnd children money, and patriotic In the In re visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.jgaln Mr. IWrnim, I came here today to take our subscription T. Allen last Sunday. for Vlt: Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Kstridge and TORV LIIJKItTY BONDS." And then without any further ex. children visited Mr. und .Mrs. Robert planatlon, Mr. Ponsum rose to his feet Kstridge last Sunday, and extending his old wrinkled paw, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and baby said and Mrs. L'dd Smith visited Mr, and ".Mr. Itaiiblt. I'se an of gray headed fool who nevali knnwed a good tiling .Mrs. W. V. Parson last Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ballard and when he saw It. Ah reckon dat all For Sale PRIVATELY. Having told our Mill nnd entire output and will give possession between May 10th and 15th, will tell privately One Ton and Half Service Truck IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. 1NG00l) C0ND1TI0N One Ford Runabout One Teem of Good Mules, Wagon 6 Harness. ,. - Lancaster Mills & Elevator Co. i d I .OT.-.TO.-.S- "! '"n 'f'kng 1 We Guarantee Our Prices ON I STUFFED OP WITH I I I I t!) (!) (ii "A BAD COUT Get busy with a bottlo of Dr. King's New Discovery at once Coujhj, colds and bronchuM attacts they arc all likely to result in danger, ous aftermaths unless checked in time. And how cfloctivtly and quickly Dr. King's New Discovery helps to do the Intbmcd, irritated checking workl membranes arc soothed, the mucous phlegm loosened frttly, and quiet, icstlul sleep follows. AlldniEEktsluvc it. Sold 6inco ISC9 No more hiy traw-cls- , yellow com. plextion, eiclc licadache, indigestion, embarassing breath, when you use as corrective Dr. King's New Life Pdlt. They systematize the system and keep be world looking cheerful. his money In n safe place, and flint lie had reallr hclneil his country when In need, and after all It's natrl- ntlsm that counts the most. 'n"' SaiojanN,. cirll,. ii- - Relieves Pain of Stlrnj. nil. a eriohed clovo im,m a i. f.,, Bomis Tobacco Transplanters I I Tank Pilot Lost His "Pal" in Big Argonne Drive ion-' ... .- " in,- ', nr Ihe pain. i"i Keeps Hands and Feet Out. (Jreek liitditnr has priHtthfl n im m iiiiiiimniii.iiiy cleans ii,-,- . i..... , ' ' ' ' ur- Till. ,,,L..a , 'rnnls in hour nlllii in iiiiifnct of hu- (iii-- i uwuy i uiilli linn, I iiiiiinr fi.nl. i,. """ 5 A I 1:1 I 1 I i Four and Six Shovel Riding Cultivators, Stiff Section Lever Harrows "60" tooth. McCormack Disc Harrows, Double Shovel and Five Tooth Plows. Genuine Vulcan and Oliver Plows, s Paints and Varnishes of all kinds and colors. Automobile tires of all kinds and sizes. Sherwin-William- Cotton's Famous Church, There were ni.ly fl.Olni lii,-- o In liosfiin wlnn the .North churili was mau Imlll nml ninny members of the chine gun In th etiiiie fnuii oiitljlng di.lrlets, turret of a light 'I lie curlier stone ni laid In April, tank Is no "Joy 17-- 1, and the first meellng wits held In ride" even undtr lieeeinber of the same year. the best of conditions, and riding In it tank In tho thick Poor rtelatlve's Flflure. She Mild with ii sigh. ".My, hmv glad am that I hate n relatlte'n figure! I ciiii wear iui)lliliig from tho fr.xkK made for Cnti-l- n Anne, who Is nearly six feel and links like u clothespin, in Ihe suits Imllt fur t'niilii Jane, who Is lite fill mid weighs nuc linn-'renml eighty." I i (i) Constipation Emacipation 11 111 "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED". Keep Children Erect To make M ihlld inaliitnlii an erect position while writing at a Mhool desk a (!eriinii has Iiiventeil a rod to he lit- tiichod to n desk, termliiiitlng In n cup ugainst the child's (bin. About Bathing. bathing Ik conducive to guild liealth us well us comfort. It keeps the mres of the fcklu clear, Nil that they can perform their proper fiiiii'tlnii of clinrliig Ihe Hysteui, throiigli Ihe skin, of excretions which uio not illkchargcil through the mouth, ii, im', kidneys or ullmeiitary canal. Itlnse with cold water. A brisk rub after the bath promotes circulation of l.l),i,l. Friiuint BECKER and BALLARD. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I I I ) I ground pltful with tank trap-- ' ncittv camouflaged with hod. Is hazardous enough to suit almost any one Sergeant V, fl, Morgan, gunner on one of the six ton whlpet tanks, which Is to tour the Fourth Federal Keren Ulstrlct for Ihe Victory Uan. almost hl" "l!".1" "Kl" ", n,lu" "lnk ' jvpicmtjer so. J'Jlh. A;Kl,nn" when the tank plunged Into it twelvefoot tank trap flllnl with water, Harold Kohort. who was driving the tank In which Morgan was gunner, did lose his life, for he shoved Morgan out of the tank and gate him n chance to swim to safety, but wan unable to save himself. For this net of heroism. Koberta' relatives were given a mcdul of honor in his name, Hergeunt Morgan went overseas with an artillery regiment but wa transferred to the Tank Corps In February.' 1918., IIo drove a light Kenault lank, similar to one of the Whippets, In action at St. Mlhlel and Artonnn woods. UJj bona is la lad. of battle over SAMPSON This ngMcrcd near Iliukley nt Ten-hero- 54054 stallion will make the season nt my place wn.. S10 00 TO INSUKi: A LIVINfi COLT. Sampson is u black horse with splendid hone nnd style nnd one of the best types of the IVrclieron breed. He is by Anchorite a.VJHH, by Col. Ilrecklnrldge HI07I, by Tclemiiquo CliSlI, by Valiant 101, by Prosper h'j:i, by Decide by Vieux Pierre, tilU, by Coco 71- -', by Mignon 71B, by Jean Iji lllanc 730, DAM: (lypsy (Ilrl 4.1701, by IVrdinand 107112, by Madrigal Ob'.IO, by Saint Cermaln 11252, by Avnla 100C, by Nugent 7.'1K, by Vidocq ISII, by Coco II 711, by Vieux Chuslin 7ia, by Coco 712. by .Mignon 71B. by Jen Iji lllanc 730. 2nd. DAM: (Inllinm 202K0, by Huluu 7K85, by Picador r.300, by Picudor belonging to the French (lovernment, by Favori belonging to M, Dupont. 3rd. DAM: (lullantlne 7H7K, by llaptiste 301! I, by Madeira 1540. by Vidocq 4H3, by Coco II 714, by Vieux Chasliiin 713, by Coco 712, by Mignon 715, by Jean I.u lllanc 730. 4th. DAM: Pelotte 11847 by Cherl, belonging to M. Jnniois. A Hen will be retained on ull colts for service. Will tako every care to prevent uccidents but nut responsible should uny occur. HACKLEV, P. E. FOLEY KENTUCKY. The Central Racord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May I 1919. 25 Per Cent Or 1-- 1-- 4 Off. (BctCulbaCa. Drosses During the next few weeks we'll offer all WOOL SUITS, COATS and DRESSES at the ceptional low price of 25 per cent or 4 off of original price. Our wash good stock and ready made washable garments both in children's and ladies are ing replenished daily come and see them before our assortment is broken. PUMPS, OXFORDS and PLAIN PUMPS. See them. ex- sorv cxcuslwlt UU'K lit ItltS A be- We are receiving daily shipments of new foot wear, in White, Brown and Black, COLONIAL The Joseph Mercantile 60. The One Price Store. Sec Our Carpet Department. House of Quality. . Ill Gossip About People Vvv A Brlcl Mtnticn of th Cominji Ooirjl byThvx Vl Art InKrulid tni In. tertained last evening in honor of her ycung friend. Miss Virginia Pearl .Mrs. C. C. Wearren nnd Mm. J. S. Mr. II 1. Ua'l:y has Iifin a recent W'alker, of Okla., with a 1.1 Danville. Schooler were visitors in Uichmcnd visitur party followed later by a this week. luncheon at the Puritan. Mr. Clay Cauft'man i attending Mr. and Mr. J. J. Montgomciw and Other friends of the littls hostess court in Miss Tern Scott of Camp Nelson were were present and all enjoyed the hapMcssrj Claience WilJer and Joe with Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Montgomery py occnion. lu'ei-ii- u Wheeler were vmtors 1" Hen a and family, Sunday. in t'.e-ile- r Mr W It. Cook spenj Wednesday Lexington. Mr. liowr.r.l Wenrren made a busi-nistrip to Lexington this week. s Mifs Elizabeth Logan Simpson en- Mrr Itclln Arnol Wednesday I pram is was in K. Itev. S. (I. Cnllison has been spendMr. J W. Wcbcr of Stanford, hat wen ii recent . isitor of Mr. Eliza- ing a few days in Lancaster before and charming woman, having at one going to Virginia where he will have time been a frequent visitor to her beth .In; !i. Mm Mattie C'romi-r- , of East cousins. Dr. Thomas Hood and his charge of a ihurch. the week-encunt of Mrs. W. II. Mason and Miss Sue sister. Miss Emma Hood. Miss Tucker Mines Snllic anil Maltie LuU. Mrs. Itifhop Morehead of Portland is closely related to Gen. Hood of LexShelby Maton w .'re visitors in Oregon, nnd Washington, I). C has Civil War fame, and her ow n bearing Mr. Arthur Young ami children ington this week. been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. indicates fine breeding. have returned from i delightful visit Mint Delia Rice Hughes spent the Gi orge Ilallnrd for the past few days. to her mother ami sitter. t Paris. week-enwith her aunt, Mm. J. W. Mr. H. I!. .Northcott. who was one Mr. Joe Harris West, and friend, Mr A. I). llrndthaw left Monday Accy in Stnnford. of the fixtures cf Lancaster during Mr. Thomas II. Wood and bride, of for Washington Court House Ohio, tu years, but Messrs Virgil Hire of Danville an I Illue Ah, Ohio, and Mimi Melton, of the past twenty-liv- e sale of attend n big Aberdeen-Angu- s his home in Newport, Ky, in Dolph Hire of Louisville, were in Newport, were guests of .Mr. and Mm cattle. renewing his subscription to the d laineastcr, Tuesday. W. T West, Sunday. says: "Enclosed rim! check for Mfwn W. S. Ilcnilcy ami P. F of Louisville, Mm. Iloncr ft 01 uojdjj.qna joj rjS'IS Mrs. Dudley Gordon and interest- pjojaji Cook, were over from Lexington I.itt for n vim to her daughter, ing children, llailcy nnd Elliott Stew- for the next twelve' months. I still Monday shaking hands with old Mm. Adolph Jofeph. ard and Mis I vie .Montgomery of; take an interest in Lancaster affairs fr.cndt. week-enguests nml am always glad to see the RecHughes has return- Pianl fort, were the Mm, Fiundt of Mr Jee HuriKt.lt were ed from Elizabethto her daughter, Mrs. of their pnrcnU, Mr. and Mm. W. II. ord. My health is a ilttle better and a vinit I expect to visit Lancaster ome time itlight.-- l to J Mm oil til.' striets Montgomery. J. W. Atcy lit Stnnford. this summer and sie the many imMoriaiy lifter an jllniv of tv Mrs. A. II. Hice, who has been the provements ami changes". in! w eki. Mr. and Mm. U, T. Embry and Mrs. guest of her mother, Mrs. II. A. I!. Henry Simpon, of Lexington, spent The destroyer Knlk, Mr and Mr. George MeKohcrts of which Jlprksbury, has gone to Louisville for t.i't Sunilay in Lancaster. nml daughter Betsy Margaret, of a visit nnd will return to Lancaster to Lieut. Lucien Grant, is Engineer Covington, nre guettt of Mr. and Mr. Wefley continue her visit before going to her Officer is one of the ten or twelve Mr.i. Louis destroyers tu take part in the naval Mr. Joe Burnsldc. Dickemiii, Mr. nnd Mr. Clay Sutton home in Richmond, Indiana (light, scheduled for Lexingiiir Wednesday. Mrs. Chariot I!. Davit and attrac- motored to Y. Currey of Colleyville, Mr. W. .May 10th. These destroyers will he daughter, Josephine, came tive little Mm. Lutlur Hager and child have Kansas, is in the city the guest of his stationed along the route in support up from Chattanooga lait Saturday returned from a visit to her mother. mother. Mm. Arthua Currey. Mr. of the aviators and the Kah; will guests of Mu. Elizabeth Mm. Mary (Ireen, at the llurgin Currey has been away from Lancas- have position about II degrees of nnd nre Joseph. ter for the past sixteen years, hut longitude and 4:1 degrees N. latitude, Hctil. time has dealt gently with Mm and he in other words right in the middle of Mrs i M. Staughton, vwio has been Mm. Helen Ilrynnt of Lexington, Is the picture of liinlth and projper the pond. His old home friends coniTicml'n.; the winter vvun her h uhainl spent the weik end in Ijincaster with ity, His friends were delighted to gratulate Lieut. Grant on participatkt Pimp Cirdon, Atnnta, Gil., it Mis. J. 0. Itobinson nnd Mrs. U. E. see him. ing in this epoch making event. Lieut. I tocij for n vii: ti her moth- - Henry. r, Mr II . 11 .Merl liury, 011 DanMrr. Ephriam Brown gave a. beau Grant has hopes too that his ship will Mm. tleorge M. Tattemon left for uiui r.air dinner at lier home on be sent to New York for the grand ville ll.lll'JC. Cincinnati. Monday morning where Stanford avenue. The home was naval review. Mr. and Mri. Hunter Irvine, of she will spend several with charmingly decorated in lilacs. The daj .Mrs. Pishcr Herring has presented Louisville nnd Mr. niul Mrs. George, friends. table had for its center piece a crys- - the Graded School with two very Harris, of Attantn, motored up from Uobirt (irahani tnl basket filled with white nnd purple foresting pictures handsomely fram- ' Mr. nnd Mrs Louisville last Saturday nml were lilacs. Several delicious courses were ed. They are the interior of the guests for u few day of Judge and Young, of North Middletown, Ky., served and eight guests were present. first buck house built in Kentucky, with Mrs. Yiuno Mrs. E. W. Harris. .pent the week-enThe aiTair was marked by tlm erected by Col. William Whitley in suter. Mm. Hen Ilobinson and Mr. fpirit of hospitality. 17S;l. Word comet from Sonnr-c- t One nicture, is the parlor thtt Itobinscn. Jilt. Arthur J. Jo.enh is in n Danville Hie At the Presbyterian Church l!ev. t'lowmg hand carved .. II. n. n.v -- ... n...t .lf.. lf Vf.llII .1... !., ,or- a minoc orcru. n. ' .. 7 H. S. Hudson performed the christen IE S'a over the mantel signifying the many Lancaster fr em Is of Mr. and Mr. and Mm. Noel Jean, of" ork. ing services of the infant daughter of sti'tes of the Union. In this room Mrs. Joseph wish for her a very j Danville, motcied to Lancaster foi a Indians. Dr. and Mrs. .Marshall K. Denny, be- treaties were made with Dr. and Mrs. speedy and complete iccovery. recent visit to friends. stowing upon the wee one her bap- Here were entertaineu George Kogers from a motor Jean have just returned tismal name Alice Pranklin, render- Clark. Isaac Shelby, Daniel Boone, Mr. J. P. Holtzclaw i making ot- t0 California. The other ing her the name sake nt once of her nnd other notabilities. leiations i.ml installations at Ins ro.il picture is the stairway in Whitley .Messrs Harry McCarty and II. M aunt, Mrs. Pred P. Prisbie and of her deme on Lexington stitet which House showing carved eagle heads demake for comfortable living. He McCarty, Jr., of Nicholasville, were grandfather, Mr. II. P. HuiUon. scribed by Jtoosevelt in his book, has plans, also, for a pillared phua plensar . guest, in our cit last Mo . , Delcamp. a teacher in "The Winnmg pf the West". This which will add to the hmd.ome , uiy. llu-- p.mi hi. office a call. q h SchooIj house is at Walnut Plat about five appreciated. Mr. Florence Grant ami Mr. How-1- 1 an Grant were shoppers n Danville Bern-ttad- Mm. Itobert Henry left Wednei-ih- y 1ibl! of Ilyatts-vill- e for Columbus, Mississippi, where Mint Elizabeth spent a few da with Mrs. W rhc will join her husband in their Took. future home. -- . Miss Nannie Hood Tucker, loyalty Saturday. to whom incited the Winchester High School students to walk out on a strike, demanding her reinstatement as Latin teacher, is well remembered in Lancaster as a most attracting John Duncan, and Capt. Tom Elkin. Our philosopher says: When everyCapt. Elkin was in my Regiment, (the body's eatin' green vegetables out of 13th Ky) for a year. W. J. Umdram cans, it's certainly high time for the was Col. I hope to visit the old town farmer to build a silo an' feed his catthis summer. Respectfully, tle and cows canned goods, too. J. W. Ramsey". One of the Chicago judges had sleeping sickness as a result of inPOIJ SALE: Nine brood sows, fluenza, but refusing to succumb to it, ready to farrow. Clarence Green, performed his duties in the courtPaint Lick, Ky. Route 2. room until the attack was over. OR SALE- - Transplanted tonu to Would you say he aad waking sleeping sickness? plants. Best varieties. lt-p- May 1st in the city: Moving vans, coal smoke, furniture and rug sales, POR SALE: A few loads of splendid corn at the crib. $10.00 a bbl. hurry and worry. May 1st in the country: Foliage ).l-2- t. W. E. Moss, Lancaster Ky. and wild dowers, birds and blossomWANTED: 75 gooj locust potts; ing trees. May 1st in romance: A Maypole old ones preferred. Also two end ami two brace posts. A. K. Walker. and a Queen of the May, and a dance Lancaster, Ky. on the green. The "Amerocs" or army of occupaWANTED: Any one havim? for sale a ladies' side saddle, please call tion on the Rhine have gotten out telephone No. 333. a 3tunninj manifesto describing their life as all joy and sunshine and callOur philosopher says: If a fellow's ing on fifty thousand volunteers to gin io ue preuy wen euucaien eo oe enlist. But we have yet to learn that a first class soldier, he certainly needs these heroes make any request to have their time extended when the mi euui.uiuji io ue ii lariner now-a- government calls them home. 111)5. George Smith, Sr. Iicc-or- d ',t trims-Atlant- Your Teeth DO THEY NEED ATTENTION? . ! in-- 1 I j hap-pti- wood-wor- - of the house. I which wus : .' : ; . 'rT (!) V' CI Heinz Baked INTKODUCTORY Beans 15c cans 1 3cts. yUasunt KmWt ms jut 4.onipIetcj visit to her friend Miss .Mary Owsley. Miss Delcamp was formerly of the JJ .Umcnstcr High school, highly esteem-e- d by the faculty and popular with ( the pupils and on her recent visit "'iwns cordially welcomed by her I I miles from Crab Orchard. friends. PRICES I ONE WEEK ONLY 20c cans 18cts. TRY A CANYOU WILL WANT MORE. Sander's Variety WE SELL FOR LESS. Store. ii Miss Kdnn Derkele was hostess nt III her home on Lexington avenue, at n IJJ j luncheon arranged in honor of Misj jkiAlene Prutnian nnd Miss Thelmn X j Wright, State College students, w ho M were guests of Misi Plorence John-jso- n and Mist Mamie Stormea Dunn. M t Spring flowers in vaset tnhanccd the lJ beauty of the home. It was n moit M enjoyable atialr. those present were Thelma Wright, Alene Prnt- J Misi-e- t niun, iiuin Lamer, riorence aonn-toMamie Stormea Dunn, Messrs James Woods, Downian Grant, Ura.l-l- e' Bourne, Harry J'ainey, Charles 'Junn and A lie': Johnson In renewing his subscription to the Central liecord, Mr. J. W. Itamsey, formerly of this county, but now living at Washington, 1ml., says: Please find enclosed P, O. money order for $1.30 to renew ray sub-- ! scriptlon to the Central Itecord for ensuing year. I have been away from Lancaster rince June 1808, but 1 still have a kindly feeling for the old town and county, where I first taw the light of day. I was born in tight of Gilberts Creek church wat old Thomas Saltert Parm, at that time. I met Louis Laiulrani, in 1804 in Saint Louis, at the Worldt Fair, when he was Editor of the Hecord, it was then I subscribed for it, and have been a subscriber ever since. I sec I many names thnt are familiar to me, in the paper, but there are very few I know outside of Judge Lige' Harris, J, W, Pumphrel, Thorr.at Wherritt, "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE" IS AN OLD SAYING. Germs from decayed teeth and unhealthy gums cause many diseases of the body. Rheumatism, heart and stomach trouble are but a few of the diseases. Clean teeth and healthy gums preent these troubles. CAN YOU AFFORD TO NEGLECT YOUR TEETH? You would not eat tainted or decayed food. Yet with decayed teeth and diseased gums every bite of food is tainted, and in time your health pays the penalty. One of the first questions your doctor puts to you is: How are your teeth? Uncle Sam put thousands of dentists into service, because he realized the importance of caring for the teeth. Every soldier had to use a tooth-brusJIake up your mind y to have your teeth examined nnd put into good condition. High class dentistry isn't necessarily expensive. When you decide to have your dental work done come to me first. I will examine your tepth and tell you what you need and what it will cost. I make a practice of saving teeth. You will get the best work and materials at very reasonable prices. h. to-da- . M. K. DENNY Dentist. Home Phone 247. Office 217. Office in Central Record Building. Office hours 8 to 12 - - 1 to 4. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May Classified Column 8 H 1 1919. DEMAHDf OR BEADS rf RATESi Single Insertions lc a word No ml taken for less than 20c In this column. No nils In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of Ave. Phone onlers must be paid promptly. ' n Decoration Effectively Used on Articles of Apparel. At- WE HAVE THE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET They Were I (CoriKltt, Seven! Dy ERNEST BETTERIDQE R J 5 " Tiny Circlet and Squares Add to 5 tractiveness of Gowns, Hats, Slippers and Dags. J vJJ '' 5 4- jir ennv - wf W HXJf JOW ' FOI! SALE: T. V. Hudson, Marccllus, Ky. Gentle ilrlvlnjr pony, FOK SALE: Mrs. Grace Sutton, Route 4, StanforJ, Ky. J. M. Metcnlf, Surveycr, 23 years Blue prints furnished. experience. Phone All calls answered promptly. 1S3, Stanford, Ky. Tobacco sticks In FOU SALE: nny quantity. ?10.00 per thousand E. I. Cole;'. CartersviMc. Ky 5' - Leghorns, FOP. SALE: Brown pure brcil, Eggs $1.00 for 13. Mrs 11. M. Kurtz, R. 3 Thone 3S7-Lancaster, Ky. (train. S. C. Rhode Island Reds, choice Eggs for hatching, 15 for $1. Mrs. E. W. Perkins, Phone Star Route, Lancaster, Ky., 10-Bryantsville exchange. 100,000 Sweet PotaFOR SALE: Ev.-iknown variity. to plants fillet by Orders by mail, promptly It. P. Ison, paiccl post. Buena Vista Ky. Phcne 33-WANTS DL'ROC EVERYBODY HOGS. They farrow the largest litters; they are the big hops; they have the greatest stamina. You can get them here at reasonable prices. Pay us a visit and sec our fine herd. The Glemvorth Farms, Allen S. Edelen,' Owner, Burgin, Ky. Boyle County phone 7001, Burgin, Ky. It. The Belvedere Oil Co. Otfers, in blocks of 20 shares and over, a limited number of shares of S per cent CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK at par ($5. per share), with bonus of 30 per cent COMMON STOCK. This company owns over 3000 acres of leases In Lincoln and Kentucky, upon Casey Counties, "which are 10 PRODUCING WELLS SATIN AND GEORGETTE and 1 GAS WELL (on Buck Creek, Lincoln County, Ky). PIPE LINE from property direct to Q. and C. R. R. 2 DRILLS are now being operated by company. Subscriptions allotted in the order in which they are received. Mail checks direct to the company. THE BELVEDERE OIL COMPANY. Dept. D 1230 Munsey Bldg. Baltimore, Maryland. Richard W. Cook, President and General Manager. Thorough Mourning. The Sltkn widow, when flip has to put on mourning, paint" the upper part f her face a deep black. Lines to Te Remember;! Immor-- ' I t : - t,. - i us nf. feetlons on the thing" of this world Is like falling In low with n sparrow as It flies by us and out of tight. Marcuj Aurellus. Of course everyone has noticed by this time that head" are Jut as much tl- - vogue till spring as ever. Head" Hit ro are on lint". hIouc, gown" and i' t iling slippers beldo" "purse bag"" lire Mill much bended, and we wear bond" around our neck", note n com-spondcht. Two pattern" of bond" much urd on georgetle Mouses and frocks Unit are very easy to copy are the round The mum! denfiil square delgn. sign" are merely circle of bend" of some effective contrasting color, such as white tipnd" I'U a coral fabric, or black beads m jrllow, that are sowed on tunic" In circle" about n" large n" n saucer. Sometimes a lilt of embroidery wool or silk Is applied n" a motif lnlde a circle. The sijuare pattern I" dee!opoil extensively by the ue of the shiny bead" about half an Inch long. Thce are applied III n very simple, l.irge plnld to whole dreses or tunic" Sometimes Just a two-roor blouse". In a plaid at the border cro-e- s corner of a drapery or a collar. heads In natural Coarse wooden wood color, or very bright color", are among the nou'Ity beads trimming some of the ery daintiest frock". On millinery, the wooden bend, often n preent" the center of n flower on a black mnllne hat of the tiYldsuuimcr lingerie tjpe. A very' simple yet striking way to bead a bag I" to ue round bead" about the size of n pea, and sew them on molro (.Ilk In spaces about two Inches apart all over the bag. Yellow bead" on dull blue icnlr are an effective color combination. Among the good color schemes to employ with fabrics and bend trimmings are cut steel or silver bead" on Copenhagen blue, white bead" on rose, red bead" on white, crystal bead" on pale green, bright bine beads on gray or yellow, white beads on very palest jellow for a very dainty effect mid block head" on the henna color. Worn around the neck, bead" not only will accent or modify a neck line, but when properly chosen, set off the complexion. Heads are an Ineipenlve but clever way to add an expensive looking hand wearable", touch tn many ready-mad- e and It does not take n great deal of only striking color" time to do It. If and design" lire choen; so, all In nil, let milady pay attention to bead", thl" spring. Buick AND g to buy. A demonstration will convince you and relieve your undecision as to the car KINNAIRD LANCASTER, KY. Uncle Eben. "Some men find fault because dey're ton wl.ie." said I'nrle Khon, "and otli-er- " got senso because dey nta enough." Finger Saver. hn realized the dan-pe- r In touching an electric fun while It I" In motion ha patented onu with n guard equipped with a handle with Pone one who which to move It. ts-- CREPE W,... See uThe Wonder Car" OAKLAND For an TO SEE THIS CAR IS Liberty Bonds TO OWN IT IS A GENUINE PLEASURE. WANTED Single Ccmb Brown Leghorn Eggs, Baby C'ht!.', boosters itni Hruoi.;- hens ven in exchange. If you have no BO.NTS. I might consider the ( ASH. Old prices tood for tii s tonth. ERLE C. FARRA Box 272. Lancaster, Ky. The predominating feature of this "Arabesque" model it the edd com blrsatlon of black pussy willow satin and pearl gray georgette crepe, which It neutralized with mahogany-coloreilk. General lines have tendency to make wearer appear taller. MODISH IDEAS Oaklands AND One Ton Ford Worm Drive Stake Body Write for Our List of UeoJ Truck Specials Tull length suit Jackets have their fullness gathered on rounded or shoulder yokes. There are buttons, bittons everywhere, assuming all duties of ornamentation. A Llouv of belgo chiffon Is frilled with many ruffles bound with navy blue crepe. The capo In all Its forms Is one of the most charming and serviceable of garments. The newest small hats are made en- -' tlrtly of vivid flower, following thai lines of the held. About Veil. The veil meshes contlnun to show enchanting design". One of the most dazillng Is the Shetland variety ln tsupe. with Its broad, courie-wovt- Overlands LANCASTER AUTO iiJiniUd.i.B.Hrim REPHJBLIC .MOTOR TRUCKS 1010 GJUr,TsNS'riiu.lnnull,Q "OR ROGER ALDRIDQE." , ttreadJ. Well, you down that street tn go seven blink jmfll llnd the end of the ton. There Sevelnwiks. Kent little place. J"!u Dnrlnw oMii" It. Ask for blm. 1 ballpen to know be ants a bandy man ami Jon l.k like that. And say, IhereV n prelly daughter there. Aba I Slick to I inflow for soon jears, like the nun did In the story, nml maybe you'll gel her. And she's worth waiting for, bclli'io me!" Thus ii lintle of Iiromploti, answer-i- l nn Ineldintnl Inquiry of Wylle Miirh. The latter, a tine looking joung fellow of about '.1. smiled at the niialut presentation of hi" Informant, thanked him and seemed with the "seven" Idea, for within een minute" he wns at the Par-lopint i', Scmii hour work nl'Ut the and at the flipper- table Marsh nut (Vila Harlow. Niver so tidy n lllllo houi kii per, niirr n more i harming face! With a feeling of rare content Marsh scIIImI down Into a greoto that Sicii.ed aclly lilted to him. lly the end of sewn i.k Mnnli' nnd Cclln were etigagisl. At the end of Meii months Jotin Ihulmv dlscov-er,this mutiinl ileMitlnll, fiercely Marsh out of the limis, and by that marly broke fella's net. (Vila ch'issl with Mitroh, and from a ton set en tulles distant wrote n note nsMng for tlie blessing and forghem, Th n' iHine back 11 snithlng. senrc'i-lu- g l'i,n er. It slalisl. she a" replj shut out from heart nnd lintrn. NVMIier she nor the tonn s!. had ttisbled without permission shmild ever darken the of Setenooks again! Men nope is, mure IHtl.r and ibflnlte replies, nn, I (Vtln knew I lis I she had east tn her lot with .Marsh for giwsl. S.e'i 5,iin pass,. hy, tinfursrlt Ine and lonely for John Parlow. full of One C Dally Thought. to Thirteen People. life, variety ami bll. for the wisldisl Throughout llnglmid there I" one IInt thou attempted grentnel Tender, (sinsldrrNte. lining. p;ilr. Then go on; slackens res- ow to every tlilrliiii snjs Mr Marsh hud neer given (Vila ran" olution. Ilerrlck. J. A. Cricnc, a divisional fixsl to regret marrying htm, eirt pt for sorrowful thoughts regarding her father New Word. Celhi wns supremely rontt-ntOne of our exilian.-!-ti lls about n Mnrsh,Blt hefore coming to Saving Oilcloth. man who "unthnuiditislly" left hi" Oilcloth whi n used to cover tnl los Sevenimks had been a member of a pockcthook, containing .", on a counter lll last much locgrr If I ho table llrst i Ire tl troupe. He wns a gjlmm.t with In a railway Motion. A" an addition n peculiar talent. This wn the abilto the English language we maintain be covered with paper, will rubbed ity with lightning swiftness in Imng, with mihlne oil. to kirji tho under-Mil-e that unthoughteilly I" unthinkable. twist and swing from one trapeze bar of the ollelotli mol-- t. St. LouN Itepubllc. to n serlc" of others placed at various distance". Ill" net was a star one and liberally paid for. When ho had upplhil nt Sctcnoak for work It was after a fit of Illness nnd out of the rlrcii" season. Marsh follow ed his unique profession only four month" In the year. Thel first senon (Vila accompanied blm, and nil, lii! to their store of atlng" by taking (barge of the wardrobe" of; the members of the troupe. The ond year there wns a baby, the third year Marsh had accumulated sulllrleiit to pun base n pretty bungalow- - with several acres sit In small fruit surrounding It. Then began nn Ideal exlstineo for the happy pair, still lovers. Marsh wns at home eight months of the jenr. Two new hnhloi came nhmg and health and harmony made the time lly swiftly. I'pon each recurring birthday of her fnthir (Vila wrote hint a loving note, hut no nttintlon was ml, I to these. It wns the nnnUrrsary of their wod-llu- g day when bad news mine to tlulil. Scwiioaks wns miles uwiiy, but Marsh got out his aulomobllis and started on the long trip without losing n moment. A telegram from n physician hud apprised (Vila that her TO father was dangerously III. When the readied the old homo n iiutVo told thrm that Mr. Harlow wus unconscious, nml lifter they had si en the phjsiclaii they knew-- that thd pnllint bad se n his best da)s. "Ill" trouble may wear off wllh time," the doctor said, "but he may bo nn Invalid for many mouths." There was a Mrloti consultation and Marsh took the re"Kinsllilllty of reuniting his father-Il- l law to their own home. Marsh had to go away on business nnd It wns with eagerness ,n, expectancy Hint be returm il at tlm end of u week, (V ila had written him that her father was Improving, Unit ho had oca belli able to come out Into tho garden In nn Invalid chair, but that his mind seemed still clouded. Ah! how It uwakened to full action the day when Marsh returned. An the volatile gjmnnst in me In sight of the house sewn children lloikeil to meet him wllh Jo,ous cries. One try one lie plckiil them up. and one by one ns ho had them lie hung them all In a row upon tho lowir lliuh or tree, suspended l,y toes, knee" nml They lllled the nlr with in mirth. Then Marsh Mrmk an nttltudo ami let them run up hl planted knee, mid hi hold' u human pyramid I At all thin John Harlow1 stared, agnpe. "Seven 1" ho breathed, bewllderedly. '"Uhat a family what a man not not till yours, Cclln?" "Four wo adopted, dear father orphans. They belonged to an old circus partner of Wylle." "He's u good mnnl" murmured Par-lobrokenly. "Tell him m. I've beep n old reprobate I Tell blm that, tool" And nn hour later1 Ctllu and Wylle, reconciled to the obdurate John Harlow, felt that their earthly paradise was complete. "linking for ''. Witr N.iriP n J..!, eh? I'atol ) Dodge p's g g BROS., Agents. ir 6 OILY $11, DELIVERED LIRE IT. SALES CO., The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May I 1919. CONTROL SWEET POTATO WEEVIL Industry May Be Seriously Jeop ardized Unless Right Measures Arc Adopted. ii rnarrnartsnaftartarriaPaRa Keeping a Record By Waller JoMph Dstanay 1 1 1 KHAKI COLUMN rRafeirtartaKirtiftaSaf'iEPar'.i - I I iCelftlttt. II1. f WmIW Kioielpw litis.) ".N'nli' down every ltnMrtniit event profound Hill of ciirll day," dln-cli-nlrmntlf Julius TtnirKlou, pmfi-io- r - Imrlmm liniltiite. nt ilillMili)- nt I Inrinl nf the )inr go "At T It nnl uu 'iltit nr nf mi'l sift nut of thou InrM.titx which I lie lunrllic In litilldlng up l.tiM- - lind mi Inlliicni-- i ihnriictcr nml mental streni:lh." "ircN. keep n diary'" "In iiIIht whispered iimdcnp Ilium lit' Drilling In I it i lo'i" chum, lulu Vnntntnaii, hut tlii luttrr im rinertly timing Ihi -fnce of Chester Slav rliiu, Interi-Me- Through of hli the klmlncss father, Mr. I!. H. Tomlinson, we ore permitted to publlnh this letter from his son, Robert,' Jr., which is interest- HEAVIEST LOSSES IN SOUTH Pett Ii Spread Mainly by Commercial Movement of Cropt Has No Nat. ural Enemies So Far Known Control Measures. t'i t'nltM Statu I)cp.irt of rnntrnl nri t IiriiiMln-t- l to tin jinntt f tlii wii'Vll In thi (lutf HUi'i't'imtntii will ri-- t pntntii lmlii-tri sirliMKly Jiniirill7.iil. Ijit S:!,"iiHiil wnrtli nf nui-v- t tKitntin" nf hy tin (iulf piuititry ui-r- t , I.niiNliinu mill tin i MitlVriil tin trnwi-rIiii-- i, Mlilli- - In fitliiT "iitliill nf tin Sniilli tin nii wit ilniiiaci-i- l frimi "." tn .M) r n nt. n nmll, Tin iwrot imtntii ri'il nml lilm In rnlnr nml r In tin hiiiii nntllki priiilnc'tlim f . t rs t to iMi-i-- t tlmt tlii Imll w.- II ili" t lu-- r l ln tun. Tin "us' liit-xnml In tin "tulki nr In tin r tin irrnuml. nml nil" nn rrnnni l nml In mnn. tin ri"t In ttu In tli iKiitliiultii; to Hrk nml bn-ii- l rmiti In Unraci. Tin Inrvm, on liiitililni:, tiiniul tlinini.-l- i tin vim tn tin riHit. tin .lni-- i illi nml lnully rliMli-i- l nnil tilt; riMits li m-t- , lllldl with sMiis tlii-n- i HI swim tnsti tliattii-it hltti-. tin-inl'ri"i'nt knnwliilsi In tint innln Ii niri-in- l illrntfi tlmt tin jit-iniivi-iiu-n- t of tlii ly hy tin iHi-i-- t Kitnto crop, as thi huII, alslowly In lium:!! wlnc'il. travel) 'T I'nli-- '7Sin tin ilanclilcr nf tin IimhI miif n tnigzllng fnrni- how t. lit wni iimterftil (it, In work hli wny throuk-t- i school, no Ixinlni nn M nsl parnnd win ents. An unrlf (if sunn tni-nhul ngrccd to finance Mm m sinn a he I.1111I1T. m rllil In tin ttr. ilitriil itritimti-'1- , In starting lilm In m n nnl thiTi wni mi itnutit union? tin pmfenori that Chcler Man7 tn iunk hli mark tn thi wai ileMlni-- Ih)it, d world. It was a few ilnj after tlmt whin ClintiT. entering the little Mntlonvry store ni'iir thM found lulu there, llii-l- r rrniuli rnml similar. IMhhinl 1111111 ti hti) 11 miit, cutiipnrt ockrt I Inrik book fultmilng- - tin siiKk-ctlinf I'mfemir Thurston, MU icm ti t on tin ninii lo mlil plnnnntly, nml, in hi n rclvi-Iiit punlmi" "Do )nu know liHt in)' tlmt entry l to hel Thl pntletitly iImoIiiI itny Chrstrr n hmir tn construing my lin-rfur mi ami won nn high tnnrklnir I Iinll write Hint the mint "Ami kindly nml gradnm jnting Inily III tin prtiiMil honored in m helper uml hei-rela wllli hT approbation." Chester irnllnlill). A thn woki went hy Chi-itcnl l Iiiln saw n cimmI of i'iu nmilhi-r- . tlmm tti. y nu t nt llttli li'"l tn wni college functions nml once n Iulr off tintiirnlly. At wrrk Chester was Includi'l In lnltn Hun) tn tenuis nml n" Inry at hnmlsvini Vnrilnuian place, nml tli hnnkrr fntlirr of I"lu took a ilivhl.il In liking tn Chester whin. Inrlili-ntnllriiiuiTntlim, thi luttrr inniliitly ill' miliji-r- t of tnnh iirrrptniirr rmiiHl tin hi'lm: luti-rwith Mr Vnnlaninn, lhllllli'i of that lu'w- ratiil In tin NOW You Can Have the Bigger, Better, More Powerful Car and at a Reduced Price Biltwel Six Models are now back on the market. From this complete line select the air best suited to your personal, your family or your business need touring car, roadster, sedan,' coupe, town car or sport model. Velie performspecification ance, low upkeep and appearance are all there. With every high-grad- e 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. VELIE BURTON and LEE, DEALEHS. VEUE MOTORS CORPORATION. LANCASTER, KY. fiiMr. o AmlnmnhJtt, liifitatlnn. Afor 7rfk MOLINE. ILLINOIS mnj Temtlota So Control It Difficult. nwi-i-- t potntn It liai no nnturnl ftlni-pli control i cuilil ho coinpurntht-ltlirollL-l-i I'Mili'Ui- - qu.intltli-- i In tht s wi-It not that tin iroilurlni; po-- t on iminilns dory amJ nNo Im-iilIncluili l.lnilwi-i-il- . Control up of nil ohl swort pntntn tin i hy ilritmjlnj; nil tin vlniM, nml nthi-Mrm, tuhi-r- i Thi-tin crouml lioulil In plnwnl nml kept frit from volunteer lncs. Mw-- i t iiotnto nml mornlns slory All nwii-- t iitntoei shoulil b path illviilttl In the flelil Into ami tuheri, (2) threi lot: (1) eell-fre- i llshtly Infeitiil for fumleutlnn. riHiti Thi third CI) roots Jiailly lnfeteil. clam, or culls, with nit remnnnti of shoulil he gathnn iinalahh nattin ered ami feil tn hons rattle, or JhiuI-tr- y after conking them to Insure that " may escape to eteml the tin iii far n) Ii knoun tin II ing nnil will he rcnil ent;l by his friends here. "April 1st, 1013, Monaco, Dear I'op: This is the prettiest pliice on God's beautiful footstool I do honestly believe, never saw any place so pretty In nil my life. All the buildings are of stone, and usually of n pale pink, with crecn tile roofs. All of the trees in full bloom and the oranges. lemons and figs and olives arc bearing the trees down to the ground. The Casino, which you know is thr greatest gambling place in the worli! is too gorgeous for words, with its rich hangings and gold embossed furnishings. Then the Prince of Monaco's Palace is certainly a place fit for a king. I went thru King Oeorges palace while in England but it cannot hold a candle to the castle of the Princess here. Then too, the Mediterranean is beautiful, changing colors at almost every incoming breaker. Have been on some of the peaks of the Alps and hae seen some of the snow capped ones. If I was a millionaire, I think that I know now where I would live from now on, but you know that they comprise almost th entire populaas there are no tion of Monte-Carlii.dujtries or anything of the sort in the little province, of course they grow fruits but that doesn't alTord any great amount of labor. I am going for a little trip into Italy tomorrow I think, I want to see nil the country possible while I am over here. Don't know any news. Hope all the family are well. I cm feeling line. Give my regards to all. ' Lots of Love, Bob." POINT LEAVELL. i I (MTSJ lth I I I illrniintliu A Mrs. J. V. Tntem who has been on hc sick list is improving. Miss Barley of Barboursville is visiting Miss Edna Mitchell. Miss Ethel Hammons of Beren College is here with home folks. of Rich-menMiss Easter Hammons is visiting relatives here. Mr. A. J. Thompson of Richmond, Ind., is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. M. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. John Tntem. Jr.. upent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P.. H. Lcdford at Paint Lick. Mr. Albert Day, who has been very low with tuberculosis passed nway Ia3t week. Much sympathy is extended to his friends and loved ones, and may our loss be his gain, and may we learn to say, Thy will be done. The Lord ooeth a'l things well. Custom Hard to Down. Pens made of feathers were common In the seentli century, hut so Inveter ate was the old habit nf writing with reed- on parchment and paper that It continued a lung llpie after the first use of iiulll--- . The ciiMnm of carrying a pen behind the ear l undent, as may be seen In the life of St. Odo; "He saw a pen sticking In hli ear In the manner of a writer." tin i"nr Imnil ns rrni'Ptiil tvrn ynunc tHiph thrnush 1iitT w) hetwi-i'i- i ' i Hint tliry t In th-l- tin fart crailualnl tmrllnT, thi lilglir cln.v 'I In winlitiy uml p I of rl., nmt rnuciil f"r ila. Clii-tiwa fi'olnnal llfi In n KnciTiM n wiik nwny trniu hmtn nuihl u mtIm of frolic nml prtlv ita of til Tin th In thr tlllni hi lnlli-- t Inla il.mn thn rliT. Slip ncirpti'.l In row In hiT iritty plninut way, ami lili lirart thrllliMl n In fniirlnl hi wn i rnmful intr hl inti-tl- f t'hitiT tin tirnt atPurhainrrr nr In lft eiI tn Mart Intu pnv lat di" Coming Soon, and Worth Waiting' For ILLBw I wnnhl ami tM hliu frankly him. A ortnln iiiw of ailni a tliinlly. tit !! n lT tin oppri'KOil oiira, "hiiti--r allnwiil tin Iniat tn drift ut will. Thr) won oaili allrnt, a affiTtliie lln-n- i n runvliiui " thry ri'iillrnl that uirtliiE lh hont rriil n.inr. Thru Mnhh-iilpat an Muml that illvlihil Ihi itronin. -hnri'. ami ipilrkly'" Wi niii't tit hi' fpokr. "Wllhout oar wrhnuM mui lohi irniT.'! a i ry imunt .i In mtII." tn h ili trrri lit. Imt thi nnt imuiirtit prans throwlin: o(f tilt iiat. I'hi-ili- T Into tin watiT, IhMitnl tin hoat towanl thr l.lnnil, fori iil It ii"H thi lirlv-Itilinn h, ami i'Iiu'WhI from thi n hri'iithlrii, ti r, MnKgrrlnit I" tin Imat "mil ' "Von mti with iuioIIiit our." hi ahl n anon n In ooiiM rifoMr hl natural inl f t j li Sweet Potatoes. Infestation. If the itatoei are unlit for feeding to II. e stock they filmulil ho burned with the aid of otraw, dried ' weeds paper or oil. Crop rotation Ii an effectlM' control mensure. Indeed, Injury to n large extent Is preventable where eare Is In tin selection of the potato field for should future planting. The new he as far m poiilhlo from old sweet otato Heidi which have been Infestiil and If poMlili shoulil be separated from It by a natural barrier, such n a strip of wiKwlland or such u crop as corn, tobacco, or Irlh potatni". The new crop should alo be planted nt a distance from the seedhed. One grower reports a decrease from 75 to .1 imt cent annually In hli sweet potato loss since he hai practiced this method. I'otatoeH whlili are not badly Infestiil may he final jilted to advantage, where they are Intended for enrly consumption. Curium itlvilphld has been for thli purjvoe. Unsuciv-ful- ly der unfiiMinible conillllims, howcer, ilnatu fumigated rots may fall to g or sprout or may become su ct to complete decay. This occurs rapid mid especially where tin tubers show a high niolturi content. Arsenical Spray It Favored. llefore swett potato plants are set nut In the spring. It Is ndtlsnhle tn dip them In n solution of one pound of lead arsenate illssoUed In ten gallons of water. Spray Iho plants with for the first appearing weevils Construct nil on leaves and stems. torate pits at imlnu remote from the They khouhl be sweet lotati Held. kept n dry as poaslhlu and should bo constructed us to nllow for fumigation and to permit of Inspection from time to time for weell attack. All fanners of a section should In the eradication of the sweet potato weevil, as such work la for the common good of tit community. In fact, tn accomplish effective and perslsteut results combiued community effort la necesMry, nt "Hut how " "I ran nwlni to tin malnhiml." ! mi!" t" Shi hail nrl-r- ii (ih lirr fi'i't In tin hoat tn u plinillnz You woiihl rlk )our life." t rrliialn hrrr Iml'-ll"Hut wo nil in Xn im inlsht tiltily. throusri tin whnli il.iy." "Oh. ihin't Kit I'Iiiim!" hut with n ran il.iwn Intu tin llcht IiiiikIi i'Iii-xIi- t walrr. utrurk out. ami. hrr Inart in In-inoillh, loin wntiliiil him with frar until hi' hml rrailinl nml tin otluT .linri', A Errat Ith of n niIm. The New Chandler Touring Car; Big, Handsome, Refined And the Price is Only $1795 so good mechanically that you can depend upon it? Well the new series Chandler touring is coming, and coming soon. And this new Chandler is the car you arc waiting for. You will be delighted with it. We cannot tell you all about it now, but let us assure you that it is just the last word in beauty of design and finish and workmanship throughout. upholstery and custom-lik- e touring car, a real touring car? A big, YOU want a newreally seats seven people comfortably? car that A car ii Women ! llrf V tin hiHik It Ink' in tin liottoui ot im t It hail falli n out of tut- - poi-krA It illMiinhil own. of t'ln'trr' l l lnr wn In lu-- r hiinil . nun tlirliv. iiihv. twli-rfluxlnil hiiiI half Khaim-i- l that hi ha.l what wax In ri-nllnwril hiTilf ut for hrr r)i-- , iirrr rlut-iai- l l tin IHHf I'ihiU In hrwll nml !rrnl mill ilrllrlnua ilnrr. mill l'or thr Mriiionimlii jiuki-- hi-Ihrri' tolil of tlu crowliiB lnti' In Hi loin will nml of thr wrllrr. In tliiuiBht tlmt kin ill'l iwt cruiM-i- l iiotli-thn urrlMil of Clirstrr Willi tlu nllrf hunt until In' Iruprtl out nml mini tnwuril hrr. Il ohrriil that khn wu awayiil hy nni lntru-- r rluo-tlol- l. Mil lllon nml trmlrri-i- l llllil the llirliiorniluin hook. "I hint mid Inaihrrtrnlly." ho nld. "Wnuld It lint In only fair In rrnil what I hae wrlttrn. alo?" lola ilrrw from hrr mkrt hrr little voluiue of ronfi"lon. A srrat from Iho Hp of rr) of Jny l.'lirntrr Jlaaary a ht traieil hop?, llura. bapplnraa. lot In thi Ilr npriiiil hi urmi. uml ih netlfd Into thou. awi pt hrr llp. Shi imtli-ii- l n III- - Iloro Is a, rncssaga to Buffering women, from Mrs. W. T. Price, of Public, Ky.: "I suffered nltu painful...", eho writes. "I pot down, with a weakness In my back ami limbs...! felt helpless nnd discouraged...! had about given up l.ope3 of ever being well npiln. when a friend ln:Ut:iI I Carrying this Handsome Body Is the Famous Chandler Chassis The Chandler continues for 1919 all its distinguished mechanical features with many refinements and improvements. The famous Chandler motor and the sturdy excellence of the whole chassis make the Chandler notable among fine cars. And still, the price is hundreds of dollars lower than you are asked to pay for other cars which might perhaps be compared with it. Take CA Tii3 Woman's Tonic Early Orders Will Be Given Early Delivery SIX SPLENDID BODY TVPES .7ti..'0iirrr T.nrmj Car, H7tS IHtWtk Cur. tltJS twfrtunt'r CnvntMt Ctr. tUIS C.v.rii.;. Mm, iU)i All fritu I. ,. ClmUtJ Fw-Ptunf- r KoaJittr, Hit! tSOtS Llmmto; . nn A. E. WILLIS, AGENT, DANVILLE. KY. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY. CLEVELAND nmn II I grew stronger rlsUt along, and It cured lue. I am stouter than I havo been la years." If you suffer, you can approclato what It means to be strong and well. Thousands of women g!vo Cardul tha credit for their rood health. It should help you. Try CarduL At all B-druESUta. narked I besan Cardul. - In short whllo I saw- a difference... r The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May According to the d I 1919. Victory men-want- Loan NEW LIVERY AUTO I am now I poster, nil the to "finish the Job", llut this does ' li.... J.... noi e.t,use uu iur iiuiuiiik - l jusfc becnusr you nre right handed. ' SEHVIGE. WAGONS AND TEAMS. fit If tlitf present generation dispose of nil ntcohol it will be very ungenerous of them to lrnve nothinjr for their descendants to reform. Let posterity fight tobacco If It wants to. The Income tnx end the plus tax nre not founded upon the principle "To him that hath shall be given". Hut upon "From him who hath .shall be taken away even that which lie ' hath." The ex k.user is now tailing 'he' wcrld that he never wanted war and dlo hi Jtmost to prcvint it. Hut nu' incredulous world Is very like the state of .Missouri It will have to be shown. In ' When our boys now fighting Archangel get home they will prob- ably have permanently lost their tate for ice cream. Their girls had better begin at once to cultivate a ' ! fondness for hot chocolate. well equipped to serve the public AUTO SERVICE, with LIVERY. UllAhAr otif Tat A tfrtpcae fabAfi nil hnilTR 4 i OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Prompt Attention and Efficient Service. Phone 95. Water Street. SMILEY HILL Feed and Sale-Stabl- Cracks At Creation. The the countiy tory Loan. individuals in Uncle Sam and his Vic- If we are to take a protectorate in Mexico our first step would be to protect ourselves. The price of whiskey has been going up so fast that there is probably less of it going down. Continued obscurity and fear would be the worst punishment that William Hohenzollern could endure. If you have not a nice big "V" placuri in your window you are beThe Yanks' shoes are hind the times. But it is nut at all said to have left their marks upon too late to get cue. most of the pavements and walks in War expenditures are beginning to France. Would you coll this making show decrease. But there is no un- - an excellent impression? mixed joy in the worlu, for the price "Out of the mud" would he a good of coffee is going up. motto for the new federal highway it seems that our aviators are bet- -' commission, and would be especially ter dyers than talkers. When it appreciated by all soldiers who recall comes to making speech the muddy mud of France. d says that William Allen White "grease is the pawn of peace," and that "grease will determine the pence of the world for the next one hundred es at banquets, their motors stall. years". Ilnther n slippery foundaI'resident Wilson is said to be tion for an enduring peace. watching affairs in the United States The most disconsolate person we very closely. Let us congratulate ever saw was a rag doll who had been the president upon his excellent set by a small owner upon n nest of Easter eggs with instructions to if the majority of Americans want hatch them. She looked straight bethe country wet after July 1st, why fore her with utterly hopeless expres not apply to the weather man? He sion of one sentenced to perform the seems to have unlimited lowers in impossible. that direction. To thore who think the Versailles Swearing has been prohibited in peace conference slow be it stated the Louisville baseball team. Whether that the Congress of Vienna in 1814-1required eleven months to pro--' the team take the pennant or not, they will certainly take the cake for duce a peace treaty. And the issues! then were much less complicated and being thorough ladies. T Lancaster, Ky. 0 WH- S'WHEN thatdon't-- " We put millions of pounds THE SMOOTHEST TOBACCO SMOKING go Hshin9 1 want fish that bite, and tobacco "Bite" in tobacco comes either from poor leaf or wrong "ripening." Wc use for VELVET only the finest Kentucky Burlcy. But we don't stop there. of this tobacco away every year, in wooden hogsheads, for Nature to patiently ripen and mellow. There are quicker teeth in. j ways, but they leave gome We wonder if a gentle and delight-- 1 ful sense of humor is an integral part To make men con-- j of Bolshevism. uemned to be shot dig the pit In whic'i - npn tn tin tlitr nntii'.ir. ti the Russian bolshevik! n neat anil up-- 1 propnate juke. They 'i.so time nails into the shoulders of the captured o("iccr3 nnd merrily term this "deco- The VELVET way makes the friendlier kind of tobacco. You can always go to it for comfort without a "come-back." Get chummy with VELVET today. rating them" Roll a VELVET You Will be Glad . it hut ciraraffM. j vavtrs mUmu trnJ umootluuu Mi.r.-.f.- Cigartttt rlMhl fat IP rOTJ GET A FORD Roadster Touring $500.00 $525.00 $725.09 $775.00. $850.00. $650.00. 725.00. Two Discredited Prophets. Unreasonable. nineteenth-centur"Yon arc two-hireYou let another Amnnx might he Inelitloneil the other fellow LU you." "Well, If I J ful.e prophets ' einurul otllivr. ltlilnnl Ilrtlier, who have two faces, wlmt'a your kick!" rrtlltel that In' would he king of I (Jood for the farms, good for the Jerusalem. 11 ml Private Jimies White, What Hurts. who foumliM a religion sett known us' Sotm-tlme- s towns, good for the nation: GOOD n limn il.x-snmind s ' the Jezreelltes. . npeclril ll little, Jii.t so the thickens ROADS! laugh at him. Cincinnati don't Every good road is a blessing to Black Marble. its locality. Where the roads lire in Black marble may be with a gocd shape intercourse between the , mixture of equal irl of i'iirlnh nnd Tha Classic." town and the country tributary to It soft wap. Apply HiIh with a tbinnel Perhaps the best itrllnltlon nf rlstc Perishable products and let It remain nu fur Mime min- Is that given by Unwell: "Something is facilitated. from the farm, Instead of being left utes. Then rinse, tlrl with warm nnd that can be simple without being vulwithout being dl.tant. to spoil on the ground, can be then with colli water When dry til-Is- h gar, with a pnminii clot li until It shims. t tin t Is neither illicit at nor mmlern, nl-- ') brought promptly into tuwn, and new anil Incnpiihlx nf genuine either utilized thtrc or shipped nwa old." For Mending China. to find their market. The town has Mir n ti'iispiionfiil of alum und n the benefit of increased trade from Cold Water as a Purifier, iuiMrijMHiiii iii in wilier iii.il piure III 1 the farmers. hot nven until It U quite fresh cold water Is n powerful abTo these manifct advantages we Wash the brnki n In hut sorbent of gnset. thi'tefor.' li shonlil bo may idd the lessening of wear and unit, wtiiii warm, mut the broken greatly uei In n lck room or In one edges Ihlaly nnd quickly, nu It sticks which tiinnot I frequently ventilated. on horscilch, wagons anil tear A howl nf cold water kept 111 such it Yinr ihlim thin which good thoroughfares Instantly. bring, nnd the prevention of a thous will bear hot wuter nml ordinary uiige. nmm nnd thatiged Lilly Is of great av lstaiice In purifying the air. and ii.inojnrcis. I The Federal i Highway Council. Truck SEDAN FOR STARTER SEDAN WITH STARTER COUPE FOR STARTER, COUPE WITH STARTER Social and civic intercourse nre mndu much easier for the farmers. If they can reach their nearest town in ease and comfort they will make friends there, take un interest in Its improvements and busin?s uml nnd most valued become members ones of the community. n lo Ink Stains on Furniture. To remove Ink stnlns from mahogany, rosewiHHl or Muck walnut furniture, put hulf u dozen drops nf spirits of r.lter In a stiooiifiil nf wnter iin1 touch Iho sImIii with a feather wet with the mixture. As soon us the stain ilhappi-nrs- , tub with it cloth dampened with rnhl wutir. To Removt Varnish Stains. To rernoM' wimWi stains, first wet I Iih spotH with iilrohol two or three time.", then rub with a clean cloth. II the color Is Injured, sponge nftervrard with thlnrnfiirui tn restore1 It, unlesl the color h blue. In which case vim-gu- t rhould bo used Instead. A new body called the Federal Highway Council has Just been or ganized to further the building of hard roads in all states of the union. It will act us an advisory council to state and local organizations, working in harmony with them and striving toward the same end. Draw A Check ABOVE PRICES F. O. B. DETROIT. Haselden Bros LANCASTER, KY. It will back the Townsend bill now peiding in congress, which appropriates $12.1,000,000 for nntlonul This sum, if our legislahighways. tors puss the law, will be used to fur ther an Improved system of roads for every state. An excellent reason for carrying out this work at vrcsent is the amount of employment it would supply to returned soldiers and sailors. The benefits of this undertaking would be felt by every class of people In the nation. for the money you ov c and note how much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do busiuvss with u man who has an account at the Garrard Bast & Trust Co Thsy know he Is doing business in a business like ay. lietter open such an account even it your ahTairt are not large. Thar will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company