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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 8, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919050801_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 8, 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 8. 1919. BIG CATTLE SALE s, Aherdctn-Angus SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER . HIGH RATE COUNTY AVIATION FIELD STORMES DRUG STORE. Inserted In Telephone ATTORNEY Attends Unique Mason- Creating Interest As Now An Assured Fact Date Approaches. Franchise. For Lancaster. Asks Phone Protection Purchased By W. P.. ic Banquet At Bourg-c"Number 2." We desire to call the attention if France. Four Mason, This Week. PATRONS INTERESTS ICNORED. For County Patrons. the renders of the Central Record to To The Editor of The Record: Masons Kvery cltnll having been properly hundred the approaching sale of A business deal that Is of much Patrons of the Bastln Telephone LANCASTER BOY Present. n letter from her son. Corporal Gus P. Dunn, now stationed nt Ilourges, France, where he recently attended n Masonic Banquet, the attendants representing three ilillerent nation, every state In the Union ami like three hundred nnd'fifty different Masonic Lodges. The containing the menu also gave the names of the four hundred waled at the festal hoard. The menu Is nil In French and look like Greek to n fellow In this neck of the woods. As he said In his letter to his mother, "the menu may not look garni hut It tasted fine nnd with the French ways of serving, we were seated nt the tahlc nearly three hours, which gave us plenty of time to tret hungry each course". The following poem, entitleil "Letters" was read nt the banquet, n copy of which was enclosed to his mother, so appropriate nt this time, as next as Sunday has been designated "Mothers Day", we reproduce it In some-thlnpro-cra- Mr. V. A. Price has Jut received ir full. LETTERS. You may write n thousand letters to the maiden cu adore, And declare In every letter that you love her more and more, You may praise her grace nnd beauty in a thousand glowing line And compare her Jc of nzuro with the brightest star that shines. If jou had the pen of 11) run, yiui would use it every day In composing written worship to your sweetheart far away, Hut the letter far more welcome to an older, gentler briast Is the letter to jour Mother from the boy she loves the best. Youthful blood is fierce nnd llaminc. and when writing to your love You will rate about your pauion, swearing by the stars aboe: owing by the moonlight's splendor that the girlie you adore Is the one you'll ever cherish us no maid was loved before. You will pen full many n promise on those pages white and dumb That ou never can live up to, in the married years to come, letter, Hut n much more precious bringing more and deeper bliss, Is the letter to your Mother from the boy she cannot kiss. She will read it very often when the lights arc dim nnd low, Sitting in the same old corner where she held you long ago. it's And regardless of it's diction, spelling, or it's style, Ken though it's composition would provoke n critic's smile: In her dear and trembling lingers it becomes u wo ft; of art. Stained by tears of joy and sadness ns she hugs it to her heart. Yes, the letter of all letters, look whereever you may roam Is the letter to your Mother from her boy nwny from home. District Convention. The C. V. 11. M. Auxiliaries and the Sabbath schools of the Fifth district, will hold their district convention In the Christian church at r, beginning on the evening of May the 12th and closing on the evening of the 14th. A hearty welcome is extended to lit. those who will come. Killed Business. The oiled streets served to damage Saturday. business most seriously A good many people are unxlous for the city council to try to wash the oil olT by turning the lire hose onto It. However, nobody is to blame for the oil. We all contributed to it and In the future all we aro to blame. should decline to contribute. Those who looted the bill are the ones to be Dnirillo Advocate. hl.in.ed. Trustees Reorganize. The Hoard of Trustees of the Lancaster (Irnded and High Schools met nt the School Building on Monday evening and reorganized the Board for, the coming year. H. V, Bastln was elected President and L. G, Davidson, Secretary. These splendid business men will give the school district a business administration, ami with their backing there is no reason why the corps of teachers already elected, should not make the next schoot year the best In the history of Lancaster. Rev. H. S. Hudson, pastor of the local Presbyterian church, will preach the sermon to the High School graduating class on Sunday evening, June 1, 8 P. M. Itcv. Hudson is well liked by the Lancaster people and a favorite of the young people. The community generally will be pleased to hear him on this occasion. s The choirs of the four churches of the town are to furnish special music for the baccalaureate service. This part of the program is in charge of nnd proper kind tf oil, it will only Mrs. May Hughes Noland, who has Mrs. Emily Prewitt, nged 'JO years mean that I Jim lister will receive that her forces well organized and hard nt work. nnd probably the oldest person in many more v 't.'. C. I wish to thank you for your Garrard county died ut the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sam Prather, near iiitrre.t nJ as.mic you of its sincere Nina, on April l'.'lli. due to the in- appreciation. K. J. McMurray, firmities of iige. Mrs. Prewitt was 2nd Lieut, A. S. A. Adjutant." a devout member of the Freedom Baptist church ut which place the funeral services were hild. The inThe new lied Cross Home Service terment took place in the Iaincuatcr cemetery. peace program will be the most imMrs. Prewitt wns survived by three portant topic up for discussion at a children, all of this county, Mrs. Mnry Home Service regional conference to PROMINENT GARRARD PEOPLE F. Jones, Mrs. Iteuben Prather nnd be held ut Danville, Kj-.-, on ThursFIGURE IN ACCIDENT IN Mm. Sam Prather. day and Friday, May Sth and Mb. through arrangements made bj- - the DANVILLE. American Bed Cross, Lake Division, Department of Civilian Relief. Mrs. Nora Prewitt and her The meteor that passed over this Officials from Luke Division headcity a few weeks ago, nnd which caus- old boy and Miss Virgie Clark, of quarter nnd field supervisors for ed so much tulk und 'excitement, is Garrard County, escaped serious this morning in u remarkable Kentucky will present each nspect of id s.-to have fallen near Cumberland the demobilization problems and comFulls. We have received word from maimer when u heavy electric light munity needs within the scope of Mr. P.P. Wnlker. of Parker's Iaikc, pole broke off at its base and fell Homo Service. Prew-itt'- s that the meteor buried itself about 2 across the dashbonrdvof Mrs. With these representatives. Home buggy which was standing in feet, und the hole is uhout - feet Service workers from the following square. The largest piece that was front of the Arnold guruge on Sec- counties will have the opportunity of The hoy was thrown out found will weigh about -- 00 pounds, ond street discussing local difficulties. and that pieces were scattered for of the buggy Into the street und wns Ilojle, Casey, Mercer, Anderson, Miss Wo have been prom- stunned for n few minutes. nround. miles Clinton, Cumberland, Adair, itussell, piece of the stone, nnd when it Virgie Clark sustained a bruised right Monroe, Metcalfe, Shelby, Spencer, ised a The horse wns thrown to comes it cun be found on exhibition shoulder. Pulaski, McCrcnrj, the ground by the Impact and was Garrard, Lincoln, CommonSomerset in this office. caught under the tangled wires but Wayne, Green, Taylor, Marion. wealth. The members of the Lake Division ruffercd no injury. The occurrence inwas the result of Mayes' truck ac- staff attending the conference cidentally backing into the guy rope clude such speakers as II. J. Colbert, The World Famous Williams Col-ore- d that supported the pole. The rope nssistant director of the Department Singers, who appeured at the snapped nnd the pole gave way and f Civilian Belief; Shelley D. Watts, educational director und W, Court House, SnUnshy evening for fell directly across the street. How the benefit of Club No. 0, of whom it happened that none of the party II. Hill, associate director of the Buour popular colored undertaker, W. wns seriously injured by the fall or reau of Camp Service will tell what men now in M. Johnson, is captain was greeted by the live wires is hard to figure. the Bed Cross does for camp nnd u representative of the with n large and appreciated uudi-enc- c. The lighting company started to Kvery Item was received with work immediately after the accident Federal Board for Vocational Eduthe most enthusiastic applause, and repairing their lines, Danville Ad- cation will explain the which exists between the Bed Cross The sing- vocate. encores were demanded. Home Service und his office. ers proved themselves to be well Morning and afternoon sessions worthy of all the fluttering notices nnd a public mass meeting Thursday which had preceded them. Win. MrrV, U Kelley the champion evening will give a full understandJohnson is a hustler and should be commended for being so lucky in tobacco raiser of this county is the ing of the new Home Service peace procuring the services of these great first one in the county to begin set- this phase of the widcspiead service sinters. He hopes to have them back ting his tobacco. He set out an acn. program to everyone interested in of the American Red Crou. again next year. or more last Monday morning. Com-pan- arranged, Lancaster can now boast of a permanent Aviation F'rld. which puts her on the map from an nvlatioi unquejtfom.bi,. ibe standpoint ut lenst. Mr. John M. This will ! largest sab e' this cl.a'.v li r 'er Fnrra, with the nsaiitanrc of others heir in (inrrrd County or perhaps has worked constantly on this matter since the government announced sevin the stale f Kentucky. These trogressivc men lave It ft eral weeks ago that a plan wns on nothing uii.Idi e, to oiTer in t in saK' foot to establish such fields ofcr the (')ttle of tl.'s, p.qular stiite of Kentucky. the The City Council last Monday bleed, nn ne of which shou'd pleafe the most f atticW ut purchaser. The) r.lght made an appropriation to bear are to be con mended In their wo-- k the xpense that w ill be necessary toto see and offer to the farmers of ward printing the large signals, one Garrard and other counties, that they of which will be on the water tower. pet the best breed ill the country and Mr. J. I. Hamilton, Mr. Frank Marks-burj- and others have generously doone that will lay a foundation for herds that will prove mone)-nail- nated or rather offered permanent fiebls for the landings, us the one now later. or. the Stanford road, on the farm of Messn Brndshnw are trying to the liy of Garrard county to Mr. A. II. Brown will only be used invest some of their money in some '.emroranly Mr. J, W Swcvncy has arranged to of these rattle and the proposition that they offer is a fluttering one. inrrj' on hand the high power gasoSome of the banks of the county are line and the special oil that the govbecoming interested nnd if a boy ernment requires. The following letter to Mr. Fnrra shows the proper Interest, they are f gives every detail, all of which have willing to back them until they I ecu complied with, with the cxcipt-iosustaining. of painting the designation numThis has been done in other counties throughout the state and other ber, which Is "Number 2". "Godniun Field, Camp Knox, Ky. stater and has mulled in much goon April 29th, VJl'J. toward establishing better breeds, something that Kentucky and d Mr. John M. Fnrrn, Secretary, county are lacking in, when Aero Comniit.ee, Lancaster, Kj. 1. Your letter of April 26th, recompared to other counties of the garding aviation field nt Lancaster, tale. The spirit, nnd interest Those cattle will be sold mid why received. should anyone think of going to an- shown in this plan Is the spirit that other state for tiiem, whin they can will put Kentucky on the aerial map be bought right nt Jour door next in great style. 3. The field ns described Is exFriday week. May lfith. Write them cellent and is properly marked. As for n rntalog ami other particulars, soon as your permanent field is prepared, it will only be necessary to rePie Supper. move the "T" to the new landing site. There will be a pie supper at th 3, The designating number given lleailey School llou-- f on the Crab is number 2. This should Oichard rond next Saturday night, lamrastcr be at least 50 feet high with no line Mny 10th. Evcrjbody invited. The 4 feet wide und may be proceeds derived from this supper lets than placed either in the field or in any will go to the singing class. advantageous point in the city. It trny be of canvas, staked down, laid Bank. out in white stone, or painted on the Mr. Harry F.lmore has added very roof of a prominent building. If it much to the interior attractiveness of is placed in the field, care should he j' tin. Garrard Hank and Trust taken that it does not prove an obduring the past week and has stacle to n rafe landing. about completed his work, which has 4. The officers of this field greatThe ly appreciate the Interest Lancaster been highly complimented. whole of the interior of the building has show n, und Lieutenant Slovv'e rehas been painted and the beams of port shoVs fiat he wns royally treatA blackthe ceiling mnheganized. ed. ou mi.;- - be sure tnat Iawcastcr board has been arranged on one of will receive many visits from ships nt the walls, on which will be posted th-- field. articles for sale or wanted by the S I it is possible for someone In fnrmel patrons of the bank. Iaincater to t on ha . I at ul! times a supply ft high t J it gasolit.e Cattle, billed to sell publicly, May liith, by Brndihu.v Friday, Broth rs, ef his county. ehct typ-i"- art-sel- n Gnr-rar- Decorating Interest to the public, was made this Company got a severe Jolt at the wiek, when the drug business of J. E. hands of tho City Council last MonStormes wns purchased by Mr. W. B. day night when n rate of $1.C5 for Mason- - of this city, nn inventory of residence phones und $2 75 for s begun yesterday the stock having nn I office phones were inserted good-wimorning. In the franchise that is to be sol I in The name and by Mr. 'he net few weeks. of the firm wus purchased Mason and' the style of the firm in the The Bastln Telephone Company future will be "Stormes Drug Store, wi, n'.most as much surprised, for W. B. Mason, Proprietor." while they n;ked for the above rate, We nrc also glad to announce that It is said on good authority, they only Mr. Stormes has retained n small In- expected n rate of $1.50 and $2.00, terest in the business and will assist the rate thnt was most commonly the new- proprietor in every way pos- spoken of, nnd one that the public in sible until he becomes familiar with general thought would be reasonablo Its intricacies. Drut; But the Council thought otherwise The Stormes Store is one of the oldest firms in the and by n vote of four to one the highcity, having been established by C. er rule wns adopted. C. Stormes in lo53, making CO years County Attorney Green Clay Walof active service for this old reliable ker nnd Judge Forest Stnpp made film. It has occupied its present every effort to have the Council sit stand for over fifty years nnd is today with the Fiscal Court and see if one of the prettiest drug stores in some agreement could not be made Central Kentucky. Mr. J. K. Stormes that would protect the patrons of the bus been In active service nt this company throughout theeountj--. This years proved of no avail, Judge L. L. Walstand for the pust fortj--onand enjojs the friendship nnd con- ker, who represented the companj-- , fidence of the entire community. He contending that a separate contract tells us that nfter such n long service, or agreement must be made with tht he thinks he is entitled to n little va- Fircal Court, fixing the rate for the cation and rest and gives this as his county patrons. Maj-o- r Duncan was only reason for disposing of his busi- of the same opinion and thought the ness. matter should be settled at that meetJimmie Hilton has served faith- ing of the Council regarding the rate fully with the old firm for the past for the city patrons. Judge Wnlker, on behalf of the eleven jears, has many friends and patrons who will be glad to know- that telephone company, then asked that he will still retain his position with the rate be fixed at $1.05 and ?2.7n. which is the standard rate, used by the new- firm. The colored janitor, Allen Salter, is the Bll Tclenhorc Company all considered one of the fixtures of the over the country, except under war He told the Council that store, having served in this capacity conditions. fur the. past twelve years. Of course if such a rate was fixed that the Bas-ti- n Telephone Company he will be retained. then has The new proprietor is one of the something that they could sell while most popular boys inlhe city nnd has at a lower rate it could not be sold to miiiij' friends who will wish him much the Bell Companj-- . Duncan th-- n asked if tnere success, ns he assumes the reins and management of one of Lancaster's was a motior on the higher rate, when Councilman Bailey motioned that the oldest anl best established firms. standard rate of $1.0.") for resident phones be adopted nnd was seconded Commencement busi-rese Mn-or Sermon. Mrs. Emily Prewitt. RED CROSS Service Home Peace MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. Program. The Meteor Located. by Councilman G.illey; Mayor Duncan then put the vote and it was carried four to one, Councilman Conn, voting naj Councilman Gulley then made a motion that the rate of $2.75 for business phones be adopted and was seconded by Bailey; the vote on this motion cerricd four to one, Mr. Conn again voting nay. The franchise in full is published on another page of this issue, and when sold will be for a term of ten yea is. The rete adopted and inserted in the franchise, means about $200, a month additional over the old rate, or equivalent to about $2,500 a year nnd for the ten years would mean the sum of $25,000. This is based on the city patrans alone, estimated to be about two hundred nnd does not include some four or five hundred phones in tho countj-- . What the increase, if nnj-- , will be on the county patrons depends upon the contract with the Fiscal Court and the Telephone Company, if such a contract can be made. Mr. Creech, however, stated at the irecting of the Council lost Monday night that It was not his intention to inire the into in tho county unless it became necessary to Install a metalic system, such ns now being u:ed in the city. DEDICATION Of New Consolidated School at Buckeye. An event of much magnitude und one that will be of interest to the peo ple of the countj-- , especially those living near Buckeye, will be the dedication of the new Consolidated School building nt Buckeye, on Saturday, May 24th. It will be an nil day affair und everybody is invited. Thero will be dinner on the ground nnd lots of it. The building Is the handsomest one in the county outside of the one in Lancaster and cost something over $8,000. Speakers from n distance will be on hand including Dr. J. Virgil Chapman, State Superintendant of Rural Schools, speakers from the Normal School nt Richmond and from Bcrea College. Every High School in the county will have representatives there and will in some way take part in the ceremonies and add to the entertainment of the day. Everybody invited and remember dinner on the ground. W, C. T. U. will meet Saturday at 2:30 o'clock at Mr. Klncalrd's. Has Good Audience. Tobacco Season. You were kind enough to publish my article on roudi n few weeks ego, so I am ngain taking advantage of your generosity and nskini; you to publish the following The City Council of Lancaster has ordeied the sale of a Ulephonc franchise fixing the rates In the. city of Lancaster nt $2.75 for business phones and $1.05 for residence phones and making no provision for the protection of the patrons who live outside the city limits. As County Attorney of Garrard County and a citizen ot Lancaster, I appeared before the Council and stated that the interest of the, County people was not being protected nnd 1 directed their attention to the fact that if the franchise as passed by them was permitted to stand, that the countj people would be at the mercy of the telephone company and that the company could make any charge thej pleased for the county phones, und the county-patron- s would have no protection In the matter of rates or otherwise. The reason that I appealed to the City Council was because there was no way in which the Fiscal Court of Garrard County could safeguard the Interest of the people In this matter, except in connection with the City Council. The law gives to the City tlx right to sell a franchise that will protect the interest of the- - County people ns well as the City people, and I think that a franchise could be drawn along this line that would be lied in law and in f justice. Judg invited the Forest Stapp and Council to meet with the Fiscal Court rnd endeavor to formulate some plan that would protect both the City and Coui.tj, but the Mayor innounced that he was against any delay in the matter and our invitation was not accepted by the Council. Necessarily the same companj that serves the City should serve the Countj, and certainly we do not want one company for the town and another for th. Countj. If the City sells a franchise and leaves out the Countj people, then no company in the world would buy a franchise fiom the Fiscal Court, and the County people would be left at the mercy of the purchaser of the city franchise, and that purchaser could ehaigc any amount per month for tne service and the people would have no remedy, except to do without n phone. It has been suggested that the Fiscal Court might order the telephone company to remove Its poles and lines fiom the County's right-of-wa- y in case of any raise in the County phones but ther-days who want; to do without in n telephone when he Iia3 the money to pay for it, nn 1 wha: relief wou'd that give to the mar with no phone, n.ul then if lha Court did so order, the Co'iipanv could force the County to sell a f rani hiss by bringing n suit and thi (.cu.'t would have to fix reasonable rates, nnd so now at tli. time wh-;i- i the former City nnu Cour-t- y AdniinU:ri icn have left the telephone illusion in z shipe where the peoples reo e i 'r.t.Uiv es are in t..e saddle, and where it would be so easy for ths County and City to join together and have a final and just settlement of the telephone question it docs seem to me that the City ought not to sell this franchise until it protect? the interest of both County and City. The franchise as it now stands falls to piovidu where the"purtha3rs thall locate their poles, and ns I see it, the company would have the right under this franchise t o place poles on the public square, nfter the former city administration had had them removed. I nn in favor of ginnting a franchise that will protect the people fixing the rates nt say $2.00 per month for business phenes and $1.50 for residence phones, both in the city and countj. The only argument aguinst this plan would be that the Bustin Telephone Company might refuse to bid on this kind of a franchise for tho Countj, then in that event the only thing left to do is to let tho company continue as it now runs or it it wants to move, let it move, and in my opinion before it had moved very far the 6ubscribirs wtuld have a company organized that they would be sure of keeping. I write this article that the people in the County who are interested may know what is being done and who is dolrH it. Mr. J. B. Conn voted ttfulnst the franchise and stated that he v.aj going to stand by t'le f,'oanty people. Yours respectfully, G. C Walkoi The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 8, 1919 STATE IS DIVIDED ON QUESTION OF TOBACCO CROP State University Says World Looks To Kentucky to Make Up Shortage. Goodies the kind -t 3 dfHsi& y; rP COHEN Question WOULD CUT CROP. Will of Whether Demand With Din Keep Pp Prices I Shall Kentucky raise all the tobacco possible In onto? tu jjpply the .o til shortage li.&t u iid to exiit. you hanging in or shall It limit the uroduction round the pantr) onler that prices of tobacco mnj be all made with maintained to me point u iters me grower may be assured a reaonrbl? record. CALUMET In view of the wider market tint profit and not eposed to the dnrgor BAKING POWDER will be presented on oiean shipof a disastrous flump In itIco? the safest, purest, most This is the question that today con- ping becuacs more lendlly available, economical kind. Try it ilrUeawaybakc-dafronts those Interested in one of the It Is argued by .,tf,ci"rs of th State failures. Kj State's greatest products and chief College th".t ti'cre will be uhjorbed ml You save when you buy ft. of the surplus fiat might result from sources of revenue, You save when you use it. The Calumet ccntain3on!yuch Linked with it is the question of,ccrt tt greater ciop this year ingredients as have been whether the shortage that exists is i.tngu.x'e of tin1 statement !sue I b; ppprmetl official v hy the B U. S. Fuod Authorities. such that prices will be held up re- the Coll' go of Agriculture is iry cm HIGHEST awaVSI gardless of the Volume of production. phatic: "Taking into consideration the ab This situation, which Is one of the jiiiost important that has ever con- - normal conditions in th world's toirontea tne tooacco men ot nrntucny, bacco market, next year's crop out This is was brought to a head recently when look appears very favorable. the Kentucky State University's de- - true even when we consider that the - I'rited States, from present lndica partment of agriculture issued a bulletin setting forth .that there is a scri- - tiens, will produce several million ous shortage in the supply of tobacco pounds more than ever before in its nnd that the tobacco users of the history. The reference to "next year s crop world are looking to Kentucky to pro- is considered to mean the next agri vide for them. On the other hand. Matt S. Cohen, cultural year or crop yeiir. Commissioner of Agriculture, has tnK- - American Tobacco Company', View. An officer of the American Tobacco en the stand that the Interests of the the situation, tobacco growers require that the crop Company discussing in Kentucky this year be limited in said "There is undoubtedly a shortage-orde- r How He Averages Up. that the prices be kept at the of tobacco throughout the world nnd "Tie man dat kain't do no work his prices for the next crop will be at n rcceisary level. owri'e'f," raid Uncle Kben, "generally! There has developed a very pro-- i point where there will be a good pro price nounced diversity of opinion among fit lor the producer. These J those familiar with the tobacco Indus-- 1 will probably not be as high as those try of Kentucky ns to the course to prevailing during the greater part of pursue. Matt S. Cohen, commission-- 1 this year, becaute of the abnormal cr of agriculture, started his cam- ' war conditions, but the demand will paign a month ngo, with a view to be great enough to ketp prioes well crop above the cost of production and preventing a record-breakin- g this year, but the Kentucky State farmers are bound to make money. University department of agricul-- ! Tobacco growers in foreign countries ture put forth its argument for a have been unable to produce tobacco or. the normal scale because cf war largj crop. m condition) nnd there has ben n . j greater use of American tobacco than At a meeting held in Louisville and ever before. In the past, foreign in Lexington Mr. Cohen said that r.c- -, countries have used principally the (reage figures presented to the Depart-- 1 heavy types of tobacco grown in this nient of Agriculture of the State indl- - country, but with the increased use icated that the crop this year would of Hurley abroad and the enforced For the Treatment of surpass in volume that grown in Ke.i-- 1 use of Hurley to supply the deficiency Tuberculosis tucky last year. Last j car's crop was 0f dark or heavy tobacco in the Unit- Maintained by the Louisville Association for J the largest in the history of the State. cd States, Hurley tobacco must be in the adequate treatment of tubers rices were aiso me mgnesi in msior) greater demand culosis in all its stages at leu then He called tobacco. In addition to this there has been I or, all grades of ait. Kates $15.00 per week, Inattention to the fact that prices dur an enormous Increase in the use of cluding board, medical attention, ing the past six weeks had declined cigarettes all over the world, and cs laundry, etc HIsh ground comapproximately '10 per cent, because peclally in the United States. We manding extensile lew. Delightful surroundings. Special rates for of a falling off in the demand, due to have begun n more extensive use of Ire. lr.atai.ot II rt.c.nary, He predicted burley tobacco In the manufacture of the endirg of the war. vh.o.v.1 potslblf. tmj fr btHHfmt .,. f tktrnUn in CA.w. ftistJ bankruptcy for Kentucky tobacco far- - this article, and this increased use fi.ajl.rum, Sutitm , luliilltt Jt. ours unless there was an immediate will make a further drain on the bur- iind drastic curtailment of the crop. ley market. biscuits I" Production. that just anilTH Argument presented against curtailment wore to the effect that the ground had already been rented of bought; that it had bjen prepared for the crop, entailing large laboi costs niul that the beds wire sprouting and that to abandon A large portior cf the nop uciiM me tn an lmmciil.it financial loss to those Involved, whereas there was a prospect for farmers to sell their tobacco to iidvantage when thipping facilities to foreign countries became more normal. Assertions As To Shortage, Last Thursday the extension division of the College of Agriculture of the Kentucky University announced that statistics gnthcrod by that organization showed there is scarcely any tubacco m foreign countries outside of the army of occupation, and that the immediate needs of those countries arc estimated nt .'00,1100,000 pounds to till the sleeks of manufar. turers and deaUrs. This takes no account of stock In the hands of consumers. The crop of last year provided an exportable surplus of only 400,000,000 pounds, despite tin fact that it was the largest crop on mm Nature not by Mother-in-la- V SMOKING TOBACCO SMOOTHEST JirHEN I smoke, I want ' my tobacco cured by Mother w 111 I Process. X jBj jH in Nature's methods no stunts, no "hurry-up.-" ing in wooden hogsheads, brings out all the kindly comfort of fine Ken- There is nothing harsh age- aH VELVET during its two years Her quiet, patient way with tucky Burley leaf. The quicker, less expensive methods cannot possibly produce the fragrance, coolness and downright pipe qualities of VELVET, cured in Nature's way. Today it is your privilege to enjoy, with hundreds of thousands of other smokers, this mild and friendly VELVET tobacco. S m 72P"Z..V""" Hazelwood Sanatorium Roll a VELVET Cigmrttt molt it ctforvltea. VELVETS Mfamwmf mildnwm aadumootkm rifkt fmr WE HAVE THE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET 1 Shipping-- Affects Prices. Draw A Check for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Back & Tro3t Go They know he is doing business In a busiress like way, Uetter open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Protect Your Hogs, Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All are'ttood and we sell them. ' "Prices on all grades of tobacco nt the present time are considerably be low the high level prevailing earlier this year, but this is not due to an actual surplus of tobacco. The bulk of tobacco that is being offered for sale now is of very low grade ami foreign shipping conditions demoralized by the war, have been such that foreign shipments have been curtailed. Manufacturers with large stocks of tobacco of nil grades on hand have hesitated to continue loading up until they could see an outlet for their present stocks. Consequently prices have declined anil they will continue at this level until there Is a prospect of improved foreign shipping conditions, and then we can look for a rise in prices. "There is unquestionably a very large hortuge cf tobacco throughout the wjrld. ai.ii the United States will be called upon to f 11 this demand, nnd those farmers who go In for a large iinp will ceita nly not miss it. Curtailment Not NalJ.iJ. "The campaign for crop curtail-n,-nbased on the assumption that of tobacthere Is cn co, is wrong, ami, furthermore, It was undertaken at a time when it was impossible for farmers to change their plans without great loss In the land many instances, because had already been bought or rented and prepared for the crop. A campaign of this character started at that time would '..aiccly result In curtail- Says t, Buick AND Dodge A!demonstration will convince you ana relieve your undecision as to the car to buy. 1 KINNAIRD BROS., Agents. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. The crop this year will be, un- doubtedfy, unprecedentedly large, and prices win tie sucn mat farmers I will profit." LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 8, 1919. MT. HEBRON is seriously yy Mr. James Knrdwick nt lh! uriiir.i ill 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 In Stock. Mr. F. W. Montgomery bought of Mr. I). M. Montgomery of Bryants-vill- e, a row ami calf price $100. Mr. Murl Ilurdctte of Ilucn Vista spent Sunday with his cousins, Messrs Hubert nml Walker Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hamilton of Lancaster, were nt church here Sun day nml with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I". W. Montgomery, Mrs. I.nndrnm Ilurdette and little gramhon, Kugj.ie of MarkVjiii), attended preaching here Sjnilay and were with Mr. and Mrs. IM Crow, Mr. I rvin Duncil an little son, Kvilctte Sci tt, returned t tlicir heme in lnd.arnpol: last ThJrsOny a few stay with hn people after here Mr. Guy Scott, of New Richmond Ohio, who has been in military service almost two years has returned He was honoraby from oversea. discharged on the -- !Uh from Camp Sherman and is here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. William Onstott and other relatives. On the 20th, Mr. 11. A. Duncan celebrated his 50th birthday at his home at Lock 8. His children and grand-childrewere nil present except one, also some of his brothers and sisters. A bountiful dinner was served nnd n very enjoyable day was Ice Cream and Phone 56 m BASTIN BROS. Internationally. Make this our conviction: "I am not horn for one rornpr of the earth; my country Is tins world. Seneca. Thirteen. Thirteen was the sacred number of the Mexicans and the ancient people of Yucatan. Their week bud 13 day" and tbey had 13 snake gods. 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. Babylon In Its Prime. Brogue. At the time the priests betrayed Drogue occur when an entire popuNebuchadrezzar nnd permitted Cyrus to enter the elty of tlnbylon. the stu- lation of alien blood or tongue Requires dent" were learned In ntrology, kept the tongue language of Its conquerors spent. tlinevvlth sun dl.'iK and a water clock or its subjects or Its neighbors, as the rase may be; and acquires It, naturalThe family of Mr. A. S. Deane by night, fahloned rude telescopes; ly, with a difference, Importing Into gave him a surprise birthday dinner and the rich had perfected a system of the foreign speech many of Its own naentertainment never equaled In Sunday it being his 70th anniversary. tive peculiarities. A bounteous dinner was served. His were all children nnd grnnd-childre- n present, being 'JS in number. A number of other relatives enjoyed the day with him. Those from n distance being Mrs. Sallie Jennings, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dean, Messrs Chas Mannie and Wal-du- e Dean and wives and Mrs. N". Dean of I'ink, Mr, Morris Dean and AND wife of Sulphur Well. ltMmfiHfiMm NEW LIVERY 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 polished per 100 lbs, only Staples 1 only Wire Nails Base per 100 pounds, 1-4 $5.00 $3.75 $5.50 $4.50 $4.00 HICKS On Monday afternoon. May 5th, the Death Angel isited the home of Mr. Joseph Hicks and claimed for its own his wife, Mrs. Hilda Hickc She had been a constant sut'erer for sev eral years and death came as a sweet relief to her, nltlio it is hard tor the loved ones to give her up. Sin was 70 years of ng" She was n member of the Christian Church at Scotts Fork. She leaves two sons, Mr. John Hicks of Lancaster, nnd Thos. Hicks nf this piece, and one daughter, Mrs. Lewis Murphy also of this place, a nnd u de number of grand-childre- n voted husband who will miss her most of all. After services at the grave the body was laid to rest in the Lan caster cemetery Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. The family have the sympathy of their many friends. AUTO SERVICE. I am now well equipped to serve the public AUTO SERVICE, WAGONS AND TEAMS. with LIVERY, Hitches and Feed Horses taken at all hours OPEN2DAY AND NIGHT. Prompt Attention and Efficient Service. Phone 95. Water Street. pQpeDrop Surfctnl9utryRiiMF Feed SMILEY HILL and Sale Stable. Lancaster, mmm t Ky. th. Optlmlttlo Thought He who knows nothing knows enough If he knows when to be silent. An Awful Break. Squlggs "Well, I see that porch climber finally escaped from Jail. Droke out, I understand." Squnggs "Say, now, for the love of blllyclubs anil badge, don't hand us that old Squlggs stuff measles." about "Wouldn't think of such n thing; this fellow broke out with chlckenpox." 1 These prices are delivered at your station. Come if you can, if not phone us. Our price is cheaper. Tigers and Bemis. Hard to Break Out of This. One of the oddest of Jails Is nt Ariz., vvhk li lies In an Important copper region. This Jail comprises four Optimistic Thought large apartments bevwi In the side of a A sovereign feared by many must of hill of solid quartz. The entrauce Is necessity fear many. In a boxlike vestibule built of heavy masonry and the gates have three sets of steel bars. Dally Thought. Karth thanies hut thy miiiI and GoJ ttaud hure. Ilobert Drowning. Bourbon Rsmtdy Co., Loalngton, Ky. f.w diws la th. CURES drlaklflg wmur carat 1 A DLH2 wr ad pranou wnit ii dUnboa. cbolm and other kkk dliwm. On Oc. botU ukn II ItUon. of nwtlcloa. Flat bottlo. 11.20. makM SI ffftlloBS. At ruerfou. or Mat br mail postpaid. A Dally Thought. I'nmilM' Is most given when iii.t Is said. George rii:ipmnn. Try us on Tobacco Setters Really. Kven n realistic writer realizes that he nimmt realize ou Ills realism. Ilo.ton Tr.in-rrlp- t. Risk. the ship to return loaded with precious treasures without lelng exposed to riangcis. Do not expect MuTakTthe Wall Paperj 3. fflj The Right Word. A couple of deaf mutes were mar-le-d tlui other day. The wedding wns ruly described ns "a quiet affair." loston Transcript. Largest Order ut Merit Tho largest order nf merit In the world Is the l'reiuh Legion of Honor, whlcu has a trlllo over .410,000 mem hers. We are today showing the moat exclusive line of Wall Paper that have ever been teen in Central Kentucky. We have bought in wholesale quantities and are able to give you your paper at a big saving. We have a force of expert workmen and each job is fin- ished in the best of style and workmanship- - ojj W fflj b; fjil WELCH'S DEPT STORE Kentucky's Greatest Store. Highest Spire. Tim highest plre In the world is that of t'lni cathedral, which Is KM feet In height; It was completed la 1S90. Paints, Varnishes, Lead, Oils, Brushes, Window Glass, Picture Frames, Room Molding and Wind Shields. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE WITH A LINE OF THE BEST PAINTS, prices right. We have many new and pretty moldings for our framing depart- mcnt; also oval frames with convex glass. Call and see us for your wants in our line before buying elsewhere. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. DANVILLE'S EXCLUSIVE WALL PAPER AND PAINT STORE. If rj sj; igjj l BEREA, KENTUCKY. Electricity on the Farm. Klectrlcity I now equal to nearly ill kinds of farm work, from Irriga tion In churning. So far It has not attacked plowing und cultivating, but Is not yet through with the 'anil. The Second Cheshire Cheese. The celebrated little old tavern In London. Just off Fleet street, so often associated with Doctor Johnson and .lis friends. Is not the original building, that baring been destroyed by, the ;reut Bra of 1006. m 8 IE Coomer nrf iln cvna inmu jinLLi, fa, and Nave i M. an n UArtviLLb, a m w Ifl i h I 1 of HARDWARE, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 8. 1919 Cracks At Creation. "The Big Fojt1, seems .ei li.no illMi.i:r.cd to Three of a Kind. There arc excellent prospects for a large crop of presidential candidates in 1320. CHARLES K.WEIL. Bring In your lied Cross tewing. joooootwnoot K xKi!5twoorxTs; You'll Pick a Winner When you choose our immense stock Docs Anyone Know of Commencement Address. Him or His Family. Prof. K. V. Fnrqukcr of the Depart- Classified Column s TPO KITCHEN WARE, FARMERS SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. Let us promise you quick service and satisfaction and then Give us a chance to keep our Promise. Conn, Brothers. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." 1LJ LJ The Central Record !( DG S Creaturei That Weep. Arsnne the creature", that weep mo- -t Year. (.!,: are tin- - ruminant". All Hunter" S0 Issued Weekly. wi'ep, nnil tt l It mm il.at Payable in Advance. ir rrtil tlmt tin' Ix'ar liN tiiir J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. jvhen M'vori'ly wcunded. Tin1 glr.itfe with Is nM ! cnkllve nnd l R. L .ELKIN', Local Editor and JIgr. tenrrul eyes me Hunter wnu lias tho-M- wounded It. Entered nt the Tost Office in LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Member Kentucky Tress Association League. nnl Eighth District Publishers Coral Beads. an- - npt to loe their Cornl freh appearance1. Tn clean them put n piece of mmIh aNiut the site of n pea Into n bowl of wnttr hot enough to dlsvilve the soda. Huh wme ordinary soap on the fingers, then rub on to the beads between the hancN. Itlnse them In clean cold water. IppimN ( right Gcntlemer : ly find plenty of N'o HI7.71I Chn'lcs K. Weil here at home among his cabinet. We ni ttying to loo.itc the above Postmaster-Genera- l Ilurieson is named iciic .holder frit' whom we If thrown overboard to lighten the ship have not Vcard ..i m.'nv yurs of state, will she reach n safe .Mr. Weil If living j eighty-twyears old. In his application to tl.e Society In lStin he stated that he v,as With Italy bolting and Japan slip a merchant in Lancaster. ping the traces tht peace conference In favor of The policy certainly is experiencing some ban! his wife, Mrs. is written Carrie Weil. He gave somg. as the name of an Intimate friend, The central powers may have been William Sellers, nlso of I.incaster. We thought perhaps you might be chasing rainbows", but our ltain- bow in Kurope did nil the charini interested from a news point of view-tknow that we are trying to locate lliemselves. Jlr. Weil and that you might possibly "Who shall decide when doctors inquire from the oldest residents in lisagrec"? And who can be expect your town for n clue to the where, ed to be peaceful when a peace con nbouts of this family. The policy ference- - can't? has been paid-uyears, for forty-fivand while no claim has been made light Chauncey Depow says that thereunder, we believe the insured to puble, speaking is an antidote for be dead. The Society will greatly old age. It sometimes tends to age appreciate any information you can the hearers, though. furnish concerning this matter. Yours very truly, To put yourself in the honorable W. II. Parsons. Supt." position of creditor to the United States you have only to follow the crowds subscribing to the Victory Tax-PayNotice pence-makin- g e er The following letter has been reGeneral Leonard Wood's shadow ceived at this otricc from the Knuit-nbl- e be lengthening out toward seems to Life Assurance Society, of New the White House. York City, asking for information If you have n Job to give you won't about Charles K, Well, nt one time n need a ilclJ glass to find n returned resident of this city. Pethnps some of the older citizens roldier ready to take it. of the town or county can give us In the peace reconstruction in the desired information. The letter Europe tlie American porker Is be is a: follows: All Ited Cross Sewing must be in coming a prominent clement. by .May 9th. "Central Kecord, President Wilson could apparent Lancaster Ky, Single Insertions lc n word ment of Knglish of the University of No nd taken for less than 20c Kentucky, will deliver the nddress In this column. No ads in this on Commencement evening, Monday, column charged. His subject will be 2 ,8 1'. M. June Seven Insertions for the "The League of Nations". Professor man S price of five. Knrn.uh.ir is n very scholarly and an unusually attractive .speaker. o Phone onlers must be paid Thoc who miss hearing him will be promptly. the losers. v S Ewect Potato plants for sale. Call John Williams. All kinds of plants for sale. I. P. Thompson. Loan. Take T. Y. Hudson. COIiN KOIl SALE: Dr. II II. Montgomery, chairman Mnrcellus, Ky. cf the !t?puhlican County Committee 1. 18 Dodge A L'TO.M t ) III LP. : has called a county convention for condition for sale. next Saturday, May 10th, nt which Tounni' Car A-I). A. Thomas. s time sixteen will be retorted to attend the Republican Stnte Gentle driving pony. KOU SALK: convention nt Lexington on May, I I. Mrs. Grace Sutton, Koutc I, The meeting will convene nt one 4.23-tf- . Stanford, Ky. o'clock ut the Court House nnd It is thi'Ught a large crowd will be on Near Joseph's stor?, n LOST: hand. baby signet ring with letter "H". Kindly return to this ollice and get The l'ed Cross Sewing should be reward. It. turned in nt once, or not later than May ath. J, M. Metcalf, Surveyor, 25 years Blue prints furnished. experience. Much lii Lump of Coal. Phone All calls answered promptly. The fragrance of Jamlne, muk, 1S5, Stanford, Ky. hyacinth, tie perfumes for scenting -must expensive snaps, originally began Olt SALK ' Trnnsphnted tomrto In a coal mine. Crennte, plteh. oils plants. Best varieties. rnrlMillr ncld. antiseptics nnd lilcti 5.1-3George Smith, Sr. are all hidden away lu u lump of coal. I im SALK: A few loads of splen-ili- d corn nt the crib. J 10.00 n bbl. W K. Mo. Lanc.utT Ky. Republican County Convention. Who would have thought two years ago that the ownership of a seaport town upon the Adriatic could interest public feeling throughout our country? Ucsldes carrying their fift.v-po.in- J packs, the Itainbcw div.ion lads came home staggering under the weight of their citations a:nl Ratei For Political Announcements. For Precinct and City Offices.. $3.00 Strange Plant. 10.00 A little plant culled the nilmii or For County Offices l often found In Welsh For State and District Offices. .15.00 .10 hedgerow, und l (write .1 naturalFor Calls, per line .10 ist) the only specie of Its ge'nern In For Cards, per line that country. The leaves have this Ik publications in the interFor all nillarlty that whilst they emit n deest of individuals or expresodnr, when handled lightful musk-llksion of individual views, per or crushed they become absolutely 10 -- line sceiitles. .05 Obituaries, per line Lancaster, Ky., May 8, 1919 Probably Astonished Pussy. A cat has been In the habit of sleeping on a rubber mat under n dynamo In Cleveland's pnuer tmtle. Somebody removed the mat anil the cat slept on an Iron plate. It didn't seem to hurt the cat, but her fur became so charged with electricity that ever since It has stood stiff on end like the bristle) ot a hairbrush. At a meeting of the City Council, Monday, May 5th, I was instructed by that body to notify all that arc in arrears with their city taxes, that same must be pa'd at once and if not paid within thirty days, same will be advertised according to law, nnd the peperty sold to meet these taxes, some of which is long past due. I positively will do as Instructed by the Liberty Bonds WANTED Single Con.b Brown Leghorn Kggs, Baby Chicks, Boosters nnd Broody hens ' given tn exchange. If you have no BONDS. I might consider the CASH. Old prices good for this month. gool locuet pints; WAN! ED: aid ones preferred. Also two end aril A. K. Walker. two brace posts, 5 1 2t Ky. FOB SALE: Tobacco sticks' In any ou.intit. 1 10.00 per thousand. E. S.t.'.t-pd- . I- ''' Colcr, Cnrtersvllle. Ky Italy got to the place where wouldn't play in the back yard cr slide down the cellar door with any body. 'So she took her dolts rr.A dishes and went home. President Wilson must not be sur prised at the failure of his popularity in Italy. An earlier and n greater than he heard the cry "Hosanna" y City Council ami give this as n warning to all in arrears. Ishe - K. llerron, City Tax Collector ERLE C. FARRA Box 272. Lancaster. Ky. FOB SALE: 100,000 Sweet PotaKv.iy known variety. to plants filled by Orders bv mail, promptly B. P Ison, paicel post. Buena Vista Ky. I'hcne 55.B. As an inducement we are Offering for this week many special attractions. To early buyers in all and "Crucify him" JOHN D CARROLL'S SPEECH The address .at Richmond, . Ky, by Judge John D. Carroll, opening hia campaign for the for Sunny Dispositions. democratic nomination I Governor will make a deep im- "Thethink It was Cnrlyle who down man who can laugh way pression on all who may take deep In his diaphragm can never comcertain- mit murder." And he should have the time to read it. It whistling udded that the man ly proves that Judge Carroll is (llsiuisltlnn can never with mean. be nbue worthy of the high a child, betray a friend or refuse to entirely honor he seeks as far as a pay his rent. I'ern Howard, in Milcourageous stand taken by him waukee .Sentinel. on public questions especially Putting Off the Dark Moment commends him to the considerUobert had ben arriving homo late apation of the voters. His from school. At noontime his mother planation of the tax law is dir- told him If he repeated the offense she would punish him. When he came ect and full. Every home that eeenlng It was live o'clock should carefully read this and supper was ready. L'pon seeing .splendid address. The cor- his mother he thought he might coerce underlying a her Into forgetting, anil said, "Mamma, rect principle i Is nearly starved let'B eat ilrat anil and just taxing systems talk business later." pioper are fully set nut. Putting It Plainly. This speech we think will appearance A et many people right in this was Judge, whose personal as his legal as unprcpo"esIng state who have heretofoio had knowledge wus profound. Interrupted a wrong idea of a right and a female witness. "Humbugged you, proper tax law. His npuech is my good woman!" said he. "What do you menn by that?" "Well, iny lord.' free from offensive criticism, said the witness, "I can't explain It is courteous and dignified. exactly, but If a girl called your lordJudge Carroll haa had wide ex ship a handsomeI" man bhe would be humbugging you perience in pt'blic life, is a lawyer of fine ability and is frst Not a Summer Resort Very few Iluropeuns are ablo'to live timber, class gubernatorial Every body has confidence in In Hjelerabad, India, during thu summer, and the stalwarts who iniinnge his good and patriotic inten to endue the uwful heat do not venture He has no political out of doors during thu middle of the tions. nil. The white enemies in his party. In our day ut ure tint ullowed troops stationed tliwre out of barracks opinion would make the party from nine o'clock in the morning till a strong candidate and the live o'clock, or late r, In tho evening, as sun und desert state a most excellent Gover the scorching many victims from heat sunhau claimed nor. stroke und heat apoplexy. tax-pay- In Chicago every purchaser of $25,000 worth of the Victory loan is entitled to n ride in an aeroplane. Some of us wodlu pay $23,000 (if wo had it) to stay out of th? darned New Up-to-da- te Porch Furniture Wait Grass Rugs Just what you want for the porch am! Bedrooms. color We have them ir. you will(flnd it mucn t6 your Interest to buy now and get the first pick. thine . The statement made in a recent sermon that "in this life we only reacli the stage of leaf and blossom" recalls to us that we have met varwho had apparently ious people reached the nut stage. It is noted this year that usual of the very Sweet, sweet, sweet, cheer", he is singing "wheat, wheat, very, very dear." 's instead strain merry wheat. uny jour taste calls fcr. all The charged with thirty dilferent vindictive, and receives a light has been officially the commission of We are not1 crimes. will be satisfied if ho, sentence of one years , rugs nrc not stcrciTed. rotors woven in. imprisonment upon each count. The soldier's mess kit has been si long his plate and salad plate and 9x12 Size plate and vegetable dish that he is astonished to realize once more how much china it takes to serve a simple meal. Lcnine says that the intention of Bolshevism is "to destroy entirely Well, even in tho value of money". country money isn't u worth as much In terms of pork or butter or coal or shoes ns it used to be. Special $13.50 Old Hickory Suits fniislieil in Ivory and Green or natural finish all price. This special chair worth S7.50 now $5.25 Fiber Rockers This beautiful rocker upholtered a good grndc ,n of Tnpcstry and rich Brown finUi worth $10,110. I FORD Chain Drive Hardy Chinese. Ponies. The Chinese lmro In rvully a pony Foincnhnt after the type of the vit-cbroncho. It comes from M"ngllu and Is known as tin-- Mongolian luuiy. It Is n n fxcrcelliigly hardy uiilnnil, thrlvcs on food on which it western unliiml would mine, Im utile to curry heavy loads long dlMnnces, and U wry In many ways. As rucfug animal It is characterized by pel and ctnuilmi. China uports between 1.500 and 2,fo0 of these ponies each year. Ancient Bee Industry. Some time back In tho prehistoric era and prolnhly untedatlng the time Alien mankind had tamed the wild liens and organized them In the business of produilng "strictly fresh laid eggs," humau kind had unuexed the bee, or, unjhow, had made u business of robbing the wild bees. Ilee farming Is no new thing under the tun, but tl.e bees were iieer before so carefully bred and cross-brenor so lu lelllgently assisted In the houey-ua- k lug gume us ut promt. , r " Special Cattlerack Write for Our List of Used Truck Specials - FORD Worm Drive with 86oo Is L. B. Telephone No. 450 SPECIAL PRICE $11.50 Plain without Tapestry, Special $7.50 j; Harry P. Kelly I.IIJ'lHlsU.I:S!.HHl REPUBLIC MOTOR TRU CKS SfPP FURNITURE GOMPflNY. DANVILLE, KY. Gllcher Hotel Bldge. DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE AND RUG STORE. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 8. 1919. other expense, the fnct remnin same, that over $100,000.00 of tax, collected, I not paid out sheep killed by dogs, nor goes to SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YIAR NUMBER a. the dolr Is hi property, and he ha Just much right to claim nml expect the (SJ for protection for him, n the man who the owju n cow, horse or sheep. Now Mr. Lloyd dwells nt length, rchool fund. "TAX PAYER" LAYS ASIDE HIS NON DE PLUME AND Now In one point nt least, there upon the fnct, that "TAX I'AYKIt" seem to be a difference of opinion, didn't sign hi name. Had he cared hitween Mr. Lloyd and the Commls-"lone- r to do so, he could easily have fouml ANSWERS LLOYDS QUESTIONS. of Agriculture, a to who nre out who he was, by writing the Editor the beneficiaries of thl act. Mr. jf the Central Record, published at article, headed "Results So Kur", hi" Lloyd says, it is for the benefit of the Lancaster, Ky., nnd the first paper to Editor, Central Record: that sheep owners, they made it, and it Is publish his article. When the Editor must take into consideration Pcnr Sir: issue uf Central Record, practically all the license fee have their. The Commissioner of Agrb nuked "Tnx I'aycr" whether or not, In May there nppenrs mi article, from Mr. been collected, that will come in, culture says, "The real purpose of he wanted to sign his name, "Tax I.lo.l, In reply to "Tux Payer" re during the year 11MP, nml yet the this Act, wa first, to promote, ad- Payer" replied, "It is Immaterial with Clark Automatic Gate is the peoples choice, year I only one third gone, and vance, stimulate nml protect, the me". mirks on the dot law, sheep industry, nml Second, to prorermlt mc to nay, that If hU nrtlclc twouM be difficult to estimate in first in favor the wide world over, nnd universally in conclusion, 1 shall now endeavor courteous ami what the losses will be In the tect the licensed dog". to'answer Mr. Lloyds personal quesIt not convincing, it leadinK all others everywhere. In so far as protecting the licensed tions, in the order, he has asked them. nlmott complimentary, ami 1 want next eight month. Easy to operate, Automatically opens, closes Now in regard to the costly ma- dog Is concerned, this is n Joke. The First, he want to know how many to thank him for hi kind tcmnrks, concerning my family name, llricfly, chinery of the law, Mr. Lloyd says, law provide that the sheriff shall kennels, "Tax Pajer" i interested and locks. Always in working order Climatic to bo "Thl i tlc sheep grower own law. have $2.00 for seizing and impound- In. I will reply, nml endeavor conditions have no effect. Answer: One kennel, owned by equally polite. Now In the fint place, They made it, and if they wish to pay ing n licensed dog, and $1.00 if he is Satisfaction sells thousands of Clark Automatic County Clerks, killed, yet does not provide a penny A. V. Huylcr, Lane, N. Y., Mr. l.loyil says, "The dog owners well the Assessors, Gates. Sheriffs, etc, pray let them do so". nnd Wood Walker, Paint Lick, Ky. for killing nn unlicensed dog. should pay the damages". This I all right. If they are pa) lug Mr. Lloyd ha very aptly compared In till, we heartily agree, hut we Second: What kennel tnx, he Agent For Garrard County. ' do not nicree, that they should nlo with their own money, but all wrong, the new dog law, to n gun thnt i himself paid? Twenty-liv"easy on trigger". pay half the salary, of to many of- when paying with some one clu-'s- . Answer: dollar kenMr. Lloyd says, "All of u have Till reminds me of its striking nel tax. ficial. Third: How many dogs, he listed lie says. In regard to paying claim rren so much of graft, that one I similarity, to another gun, namely for damages. Sec. "1 says that "when constantly expecting It", then he the "lllg Cun", with which the Ger- with the Assessor? lias licen proven, must pinion ine for saying, thnt I mans bombarded l'aris, at n distance No specified number, a this is unII claim for damage PHONE 194. LANCASTER, KY, the county clerk sluill Immediately am far from convinced, that thl law, of seventy five miles, but on account necessary. draw hi warrant upon the treasurer a well a many others, is not full, to of it being too expensive, and acFourth : How many license tags complishing no little, wa discarded, he got from the County Clerk? of the county, for the amount of los overtlowliig Mr Lloyd sny, it U iulte possible after firing some half dozen shots. Answer: Fifty, and let mi say or damage sustained. Like the "Big Cun" the new dog right here for Mr. Lloyd's enlightenSo It doc, hut right there It stop. that the operation of thl law, will so receiving congratulations over 1 the I wild, a to when reduce the sheep losses, thnt the lnu will be discarded, after firing one ment, that this tnx is just about half PASTOR AND Not one word arrival of a little son. funds arising from the law, will more or two shots, because it is too ex- I would have paid under the old law, pay said claim, the treasurer, shall Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wnrmoth and tl,an pay the claim. MAKE STATE-MENUnder the old dog law, the tensive, ami accomplishes so little. nnd further, that I have never failed children spent Sunday night with Mr In all probability it will, yet how Now I think the suggestion of Mr. to lit my dogs, with Assessor, and were practically the same, and nnd Mrs. L. W. Warmoth. the claim, nlthough presented to the much sooner would it become self Lloyd, "That as the sheep raisers pny tnx nn same, since the original Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sanders and treasurer, were not paid, until the supporting if over one half of it, was pased this act, they be let nlonc and dog law was enacted Fifth: Would mc for him to The Rev. and Mrs. J. A. little son, Forest were guests Friday end of the year, when all money in not used for other purpose, nml let them amend it themselves, if they right here It it interesting to nolo think It nicessary", i a little selfish. state whether l.o i. . or ever was, a of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. N. Sanders. the hand of the treaurer, wn He says. This might be satisfactory, if only member of a st.tt. cr national Af comparisons. Now as .one of hi among claimants. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse East and Benicke Offer High this law doe not state when those, "I'p to March 31st, Garrard County sheep raisers were affected hy the clatir'i, daughters Martha and Flora B., spent e law, but ihnd collected $191 1.00, and thnt believe that statistics will claim shall be Jul. I. in Garrard Co., Answer: Am a member of the Ala. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel fiscal court, believing there would ing the whole of 101, Canard Ca, hear me out in the statement, thnt Fox Hunters Association, nml have East. there are' more men who own dogs, been a member of the National. Louisville, Kentucky, May 7th. not be sufficient fund, to pay claim collected IKWT.OH, Mr. nnd Mrs. S .N. Sanders and I Now nfter deducting tlm cost of than who own sheep, and I do not beWas he ever a member of Sixth. in full, decided to wait until the end The Iiev. J, A. Benicke, pastor of family nnd Miss Tilda WaVmoth were of the year, and then li t all loser rc- - enforcing the law, publishing county lieve I nnl in error, when I say, thnt n sheep growers association? the South Louisville Presbyterian guests of Mr. and Mrs. James PrewNo. Have raised sheep Church and his wife, who reside at Answer. reive hi share. .Notwithstanding the list, paying for licensed blanks, tngs, every man. who owns n dog, be he itt, Saturday. fnct, that Mr. Lloyd say the war- etc. Currant County had more money rich or poor, old or young, white or practically all my life. 3011 South Fourth Stree.t, are among Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cotton and rant shall be immediately drawn upon to pay sheep losses in lflh thai, she black, nml no difference whether the Seventh: Was his article prepar- the many prominent Louisville residog is the stately mastiff, the spoiled ed in the colaboration with other fox dents who are praising Trutona, the family nnd Mrs. Ivn F .Tenter spent i will have in HT.'. the treasurer, not one ilaim, in Now Mr. Lloyd, irrcspectite of the eolliii, the petted lap dog, or even the hunters or members of n fox hunters perfect tonic. Sunday with Mr nnd Mrs. Willie Cotcounty has as yet been paid, and "1 was In n generally run down ton of near Buckeye. there were at least two losses occurcd disposition of the ft per cent paid to shaggy little cur cleg, owned by the Association? y the Commissioner of Agriculture, the barefoot hoy, who loves him, just beI Ins article was never condition in January, and both have been on account of the "flu", Answer: Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Bradshaw and 2o per cent to County Clerks, the 10 cause he hi own, believe when he discussed with any one, fox hunters Mrs. Benicke said recently "I was son T. W, and daughter, Misses proven and presented. Irene and various ha complied with the law, that this or otherwise, nor ever seen by any continually bothered with indigestion. Now In that part of Mr. Lloyd's per cent to Assessors, nnd Anna Marguerite, were visitors one, until after it was published, ex My limbs felt weak and trembly, I of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Sanders, cept a cousin of mine, who sometime could hardly walk up stairs at times. Private Sam Long who has been hunts with me. "Trutona has really put mc o.t r.iy Expeditionary Now if there is any thing further, feet again. The food I eat digests with the American gentleman would like to know about prcperly now as I'm never bothered Forces in France has been mustered my private affairs, I shall be glad to with constipation. I thirk highly of out, and came home Saturday night. inform him. Trutona as n laxative and tonic My All gave him a hearty welcome home Now Mr. Lloyd, I have told you ''.usband has been taking Trutona. gain. who I am, "who are you"? too. Wo are both grateful to the Mr. Burton Sanders, Mr. Phillip Respectfully, new medicine." Moore, Miss Hazel Moore and Mrs. WOODS WALKER. such people ns the Hey. Mr. j'snt SandeM motrred tc I " villi. When Paint Lick, Kentucky. Benicke nnd his wife indorse medi- Saturday where Mrs. Sanders was cine It is surely proof of that medi- with her daughter, Mrs. Cecil HumThe Poppies. cine's merit. Trutona is especially phrey who is In the Danville hospital. Over in the fields of Flanders the beneficial for stomach, liver and Mr. anil .Mrs. Hvillie Taylor and troubles and the lik. It has daughters,, poppies will soon be blooming above entertained nt dinner the graves of the thousands of young proven n fine reconstructive tonic Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, Americans who gave their lives that following attacks of pneumonia, in- Mr. and Mrs Preston Snyder and chilmight continue to dwell fluenza and the like. dren, Mr. nnd Mrs. Coy Sanders nrd Trutona is now being introduced children, Mr. and Mrs. Toda Rnney in security and enjoy the liberty and prosperity thnt is above all else nnd explained in Lancaster nt It. E. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray McRobcrts picuharly American. and little daughter, Miss Bernice Those thousands of lives are gone Brcaddus, Miss Linda Sanders. A BRADSHAW MILL. forever. We cannot bring them delightful dinner was served. back. Miss Jewel Prewitt spent Monday Hut there are thousands of other You WANT DUROC HOGS. You Americans still ever there who offer night with Miss Linda Sanders. want hogs that are deep, hogs that Miss Linda Sanders entertained a are wide, hogs ed their lives Just ns freely nnd whose with bone, the return we mny hasten by subscribing number of young friends Friday eve. DUROC is thnt kind. You can get appearance of the Liberty y liberally to the coming Elizabeth Sanders who has the biggest, the MAMMOTH Durocs Little arouses admiration. Loan. been ill with measles is getting along nt the Glenworth Farms, Allen S. And whose comfort, pending their nicely now. Edclen, Owner, Burgin, Ky, Boyle Everything about the car singles it out return, we may insure. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sebastian are County Phone 7t50l; Burgin 14. DOG LAW ASSAILED. i THE C GATE lt Distinguished by Absolute Merit e A. T. SCOTT WIFE T. S n dur-th- 1 Praise for Trutona. Car-ran- prop-"rrl- I i Under Md-l.t-- y THE Victory-Libert- from the commonplace. Fifteen minutes of driving proves that this outer beauty is simply a sign of rare, inner goodness. You know instinctively and at once that you are in a car of superior quality. You feel that the car holds its steadiness because of its perfect balance-- not because it is weighted to the road. You feel that you can drive it for hours without a sense of fatigue. To every one of these khaki-cla- d owe an individual debt. A debt greater than wo will ever be able to pay. A debt that cannot be mensured in dollars and cents. The debt of gratitude for the ami perpetuation of all that we have come to know as the spirit of American life. Only nn ingrate will endeavor to escape payment. No man with the spirit of loyalty, with the Dense of gratitudo in his heart, will hesitate to gc the limit in miming jood liis obligation. Every true American will gladly respond to this last call of his coun- youngsters we m JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF tobacco sticks flt per Thousand Tobacco sticks are awfully scarce this year, and those who wait, are going to find it next to impossible to secure them at all. If you expect to need them, you had better get YOURS NOW. This is the only car we have bought, and we will probably be unable to secure another) one like it. try. We cannot, t not forget these thousands of dead under the poppies. We must not bury our gratitude under a patch of hogwecd. We muit Keep our loyalty as strong in pence as it was in ir. We must stnnd by Uncle Sam to tho finish And subscribe to liU Vlctory-Ll- b erty Loan. And before that first ride is over, we believe that you will have found several distinct and definite reasons for Liberty preference. D. A. THOtUS. OKEKTY six: A. H. BASTIN & CO. R. E. M.ROBERTS, Lancaster. Ky. I The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 8 1919. CAUTION IN TOBACCO GROWING IS ADVISED "Plunging" by Farmers Would Be Unwise at Present Time. Beit Interests Appear to Lie vclopment ef a Safe and System of Farming at Present Time. In D BUENA VISTA Mr. Don Asklns made a business trip to Louisville Friday. Mlfs Hcttlo Scott visited in Nlch olnsvillc and Lexington last week. Mr. Homer Jennings is In Louisville for n brief stay nt Camp Taylor. Mrs. Noah Florence of Falmouth Is the guest of Mr. Oric Florence and family. Thefamlly of Mr. Lewis Williams ment nf Agriculture.) , Miss Ruth Lane has closed her "Plunging" In tobacco growing to sihool near Lancaster and returned il the neglect of other crops Is not to her home for the summer vacation. by the present tobacco situation, which the department of agriculture In territory describes as dllllcult. where tolincco Is n new crop, recently Introduced to replace cotton undT condition", n In iortloiis of South Carolina and fieorgln, tin! best Interests of the farmer", tin1 statement snys, appear to He In the develomient of n safe and well-ti- l tem of farming raiher vcrdtled than to plunge from the micer'nlniy tPrerared by the United States Depart- Mlrcs (ilajys Hamilton and Sadie Ilubie were the week end i;urts of Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Scott of .Mercer. as the other soldiers and sailors of the Huena Vista community who returned earlier. They were the guests Mr. Webb Christopher who was nt of tho High School for chapel cxcrjl the front for several months as n j cises lat Monday morning when they member of an Ammunition train with were welcomed by appropriate music' On Tuesday evenmr the 37th Division has returned to his nnd addresses. home. .Mr. Uenjamln Naylor Is with about oighyl five friends gathered nt his mother for a ten days furlough, the home of .Mrs. I.niirn Naylor for a He with Mr. Homer Jennings who re- surprise ocial for the young nun. turned several week ago saw active Delicious refrehmcnts were served nnd thu occasion was a very hnppy School boys nnd has the good wishes 'service at the front during the fall of 191S and were both one. The guests of honor were of many friends. I'cuben Naylor, seriously wounded at Argonne For- Messrs lien nnd Among thoie who went to I.ex.nK est late in October, A number of Hcmer and Murk Jennings, Webb ton for the opening of the Victory I "octal affairs have been given during Christopher, Luther Hrickey and Don! Loan drive .were Misses Nettie As- - the past week in honor of the return Asklns. rccciveJ news of his arrival In New York nfter several months service in France. Mrs. Tnlmnge Hopper nnd son of Louisville wete the guests of Mrs. I) S. Lnne nnd Mrs. Tv M. Scott last Sunt!ty. Chester Ford went to Lcsingtun last week nnd enllfted In the volunteer Army of Occupation. Chester is one of the most popular of our High kins, Nettie Ison, Mr. William Ison, Mr. Will Scott and family, II. C. nnd Chciviult Ruble, Tom Jennings nnd Luther Brlckcy. of these popular young men as well DONT LET A COLD, KEEP XOUAT HOME Dr. Kind's New Ditcorery almost never falls to bring quick relict Smalt doses ence In awhile and that e ttircuMcaring, couth toon quiets down. Another dose and lict bath before Jumping Into bed, a 3oJ alrtp, and Luck to normal In tho isrrnir.c. Dr. 1 line's New Discovery Is well , l or fJty yeara it's Iws r'lieunj rough. colJt and liroochul For fifty ctti:t. drujgi.ts years it has been everywliere. A tcld by rdiiMe remedy tlut ) on yourself or any tne mberr f yourarnilyxin take safely. 'rriiin'ThoscStublsorn Dowels H.lp nature tale its cuursr, not with a I J 2 mm tinuous Tobacco Cropping. nT f : 7Z rfl t but certain tie,.r.d ut with Renild King's New t ljutlvr. Dr. iolnt, c r I purgs nnd UsLav..!a.Ui.Ul'i!ruuUtscvuybcre. il'i. I Life nnic in action, it stimulates ti e laljlaaaaaaaaaa G9LaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV Visitors to New York. It li l ti m xotM ! i' mi New York . or" ti day, city li nt least ."'i' iKt ct tisMa.' eoinomt. i JS Speak Up, Then. ? Ail fie faceilims feller, "Von'te nil 1 d I lint old wheaao oNiut ! hear-In- ir iir I' b !. but did nny of you r J.nk and the lUwns Talk- - Speak Dlstolvln 'fee i. (le'ni n Rolf ! havi- - lien lnti( H, the dea lulaif that they kiii tin tiK Hid i.y t!.i uitiKHphere ami will rot 1 r up a ip'lf roonw If fontnlten. Oults Rlfht, Sutcc. for everything, and every-tl- 'i ! I the mtreiii, in Its place." In' Vlllfnlly manipulated n dlb-rntc- d lis Jolut back M where It started from. MUSKOGEE BOY, 1917 Grand Champion " p!rr Steer at International at Chieano ;old for the worlds record price $3.10 per pound for the Red at Chicago. 1018 Grand Champion Steer at P: FYVIE KNIGHT the International Ilia hide was made into an overcoat and presented to President Wilson. Cross. -' FIRST s. A Field Showing the Results el Con- AINIMUAL. SALE OF a 2 S 2 Give It a Name. A screwle ivk.crew has been a iMlnii-shaft enrrylne a 4rrr nf netsl on u pivot so that It fulls nt the right ancle benenth n cork that It tin." bxn thrimt through. THE B RADSHAW ABERDEEN ANGUS CATTLE a n S. 2. 2. Ralnfjll. The ntrragr ralnfull on the earth Is variously nt from 30 In OH Inches nntiunlly, ranges from 4.Vi Cherrnrengre, India, to icro Inches In In the SaLsrn desert. Troubles of n Espert. "Another number of the stnff w.ints ) be can't Ihe on his suii rnlw ltry of JtH n week." "Who Is tl" "Mullein, tho bachelor editor of our woman's pure, lie writes thoe Inter- ?llng urtlrlc on bow to supsirt n fuinlly of four on jlfi n week." mid. of cotton production Into the mI-bl- y Hill greater uncertainty of tobacco production under existing conditions. While It U lmpolbIe. the statement declares, to arrive at tho quantity of tobacco Europe will be prepared to purchase during the next year or two. It seems likely that nny considerable Increne over the lfllS d crop In the section would be followed by a decline In market prlct . The largest crop of tobacco the country lias ever produced Is lielns marketed, and while pre ailing market prices are very high for some of the lending types, such abnormal prices ore said to be due primarily to war condition". The department points out that the couutry has grown large crops of tobacco In suctlirte cession, with no decided shortage In production of any of the leading types. figures, As compared with prt-wexports of leaf tobacco were somewhat above normal In 191(1, much below normal in 1017, and still slightly below the uveraje In 1919, average exports for theo three years being approximately 3S0,000,0U0 pounds, as agulnt an nverago of 410,(sO,0ii0 pounds for thu three years ending with 1913. AT STOCK YARDS IN LANCASTER, KY., 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 FILIDAY, MAY 16th. -- i! .illi i z 2. ) 5 BULLS, AND 37 COWS AND HEIFERS 2 42 HEAD ) Cows and Heifers all with calves at foot sale day or close to calving. .U Billion. In the I'nitisl Slates a billion Is n thousutid millions. In Cnnt llrllulii Mid KuroiK'iin countries, the progression runs regularly,, tens of millions, hundreds of millions thousand of million; tins of thousand of millions. hm, drills of thournnd of million. thousands of thousands of millions. Mlllons (that Is u million of millions). St. Hekfii the Good, to a rnlonlnl ft. Helena report, appears to have ho real crlm by night wn for hmK sho t Ix'riod the mot Kerioiis of fense. I.at year no person was com. inlttol for trial; UU "Ut of '.'10 summary came under the education. road tux, nnd poor bin- - ordinances nnd i trllnl ruses wire dealt with by the o!(e without brlnvlns: them to court Jhrie liKtniues of Hogging are ris-orundi r the Jutenlle smoking ordl- iii nee. The quantity of leaf tobacco annually consumed In domestic manufacture during the last three yean shows an Increase of about 100,000,000 pounds over the preceding period, due largely to a flecided progressive Increase In the manufacture of cigarettes. However, present Indications are that no more tobacco was cqnsuined In domestic manufacture In 191S than In the preceding year. Stocks of leaf tobacco In the bands of dealers and manufacturers ns of January 1 are reported as nbout 1,233,0110,000 pounds for all types, a considerable Increase over tho figures of previous years. With a 1018 crop estimated at pounds, n domestic consumi tion of about 720,000,000 pounds leaving a largo surplus over pre-wa- r. export requirements, and with stocks of leaf tobacco In tho bands of dealers and manufacturers above the normal. It seems oblous, says the department, that ordinarily there would be a tendency toward lower prices. TIME FOR PLANTING BEANS 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, '.vho 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 pic tures of the Angus Cattle and Breeders of America will be shown the night before the Sale. r. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 ?! ees Keep Wett Da not allow the poison cl undi;ested lood to accumulate In your bowels, where they ate absorbed into your system. Ingestion, bad blood, and nurzerou other troubles are bound lo follow. Keep your system clean, as thousands ol others do, by taking an occasional dose ol the old, reliable, vegetable, limily liver M k y 2 2 2 1! A. D. BRADSHAW. WALKER BRADSHAW. TLEASE TOST. Wait Until Cround Is Fairly Warm and All Danger of Frost Is Past Plant In Rows. (Prepared by trie United Btates Department of Agriculture.) Beans should not be planted until the Is fairly warm and nil dancer ground of frost Is past. The bunch beuns may be planted In rows 30 Indies apart nnd four or five seeds In a hill, with the hills 13 inches apart In the row. The seed may be drilled la the row. but tho crop Is easier to hoe and cultivate If planted In hills. One quart of seed of tbe bunch or snap beans will plant COO to 600 feet of row. Do not rover tbe teed too deeply, especially It there ti plenty of molstur In the toll. One to two Indus Is about the proper depth, dependent upon tbe character and condition of tbe soil. AUCTIONEEItS, Col. W. II. Cooper, Herdrick, Iowa., Col. Kaye I- - Houtchens, Blandinsville, Illinois, Col, Am. Bourne, Lancaster, Kentucky, Col. J. D. Dinwiddle, Stanford, Kentucky, .M. A. Judy, West Lebanon, Ind, Sales Manager. WRITE FOn CATALOG. Ui Thedford's Black-Draug- ht 2 2 2. 2 Liberty Bonds Taken on Cattle. Cattle are all tested and can be shipped anywhere. Mere or Less? Illekop'hnd decided to turn over a new leaf, and ho couldn't help letting ever hotly know. "I have resolved for the New Year," he Mid, feeling If his halo was on straight, "that I shall not drink nny more." "lint, my dear protested a Doubting Thomas, "you couldn't drink any mom. The point Is have you resolved to drink coy leu 1" London Answers. Understanding Each Other. un- "We have used 's as a family medicine. My Thed-fordtnolhcr-in-lacould nol take calomel as it seemed too slronR lor her. so she used mack-Draug- ht ma iiiuu mume ami liver regulator We use II In the family and believe it Is the best medicine (or Ihe liver made." Try It. Insist on ihe ccnulne packThedford's. U-age. Mr. W. F. Pickle, ol Ris nB Taw ii, G.'., writes: Xmaa B. C. was celebrated many hundred yenrs before Christ was born. It wan In honor of Tarumus, one of tho llabylonlun sun gods. They hml three, Hani, Ashtaroth and Tummiis, and built many temples In Ihflr honor. The letter "T" was (bnniisl to "X," ns this was eoimld-re- d a sign of Hie holy entrance Into the temple of thu tods of the sun. XmnH Tho'ti who fancy themselves not derstood by the issiplo with whom they have to usxoclnte might find some con. solution In the fact Hint they themselves are not Hiking any great trouble to understand others. Wo r really not mi complex or jierullnr as we often Imagine, and perhaps ,we are not worth so tuurb study as wv demuud. Exchange. Reptiles That Shed Their Skin. Among the reptiles ni.iny, like the lizards mid snakex, shed the whole sklu ut oner, which they contrive tul rast In n slnglo pleie, wriggling out of the old skin und leatlug It behind them 'I In the form of u hollow sheiith, a mere ghost nf the wearer. The from und toads tontrhe to muke some profit on the trunsuctloi, since they rut their ouu rustuff garments. ... 2xt The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. May 8 1919. FULL BENEFITS will stand this well bred saddle stallion nt my place two miles from Lancnstcr, on the Richmond pike, out the Harris Lane nt I LESS STRESS ON BAD POINTS OF TRACTORS Principal Advantage of Machine Told by Dakota Owners. Among FROM PASTURES TRIVINE 5795 Chestnut Sorrel, 15 hands high nnd a fine individual. He will make the season of 1919 nt my barn 3 2 miles East of Lancaster and 2 miles below Hyattsville at 11- 2 n $7.00 FOR A HORSE COLT AND $11.00 FOR A MARE COLT. Poor Farming Not to Realize CaRex I formerly known ns the Nat Cotton horse, and made the scnion pacity From Mativn Grass near Klrksvlllc. Crops. U by Ilex Arbucklc nrnl out of a Denmark mare. lie Ills cults He Is Just the type to breed to for saddle nnd fnrm horses. They speak for themselves. nre Ids best recommendations. DURATION OF GOOD GRAZING Will use A lien wilt be retained on nil colts until season Is paid. every means to prevent accidents but will nut be responsible should nn Development of Weeds Is Prevented recur. and Fine, Even Turf Is Maintained Where Pasture Is Crazed to , Its Full Capacity. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. l'rtliillil bj the lliiltril mates Vtllti-m-n- t Other Things Mentioned Saves In Time ind Makes It slble to Cover Desired Acre, age In Proper Season. II CLAUDE CONN, United mates Department of Agriculture.) Several hundred tractor owners In the Dakotas were asked these ques- I'rrp.irel by th Jack $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Thrivine 5795, sired by Rex Peavine, 179(1, he by Rex McDonald 83.'J, by Rex Denmark 840, by Criglers Denmark. Dam, Guilty 9950, by Verdict 1G21, by Cerro Gordo 1022, by Rlack Squirrel 58. ... I.:.- - 1.1 Will fllsfl nf thn n.inin limn nn,l nlnnn of Agriculture.) yly 1919 SEASON 1919 Star Chester, 6470 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER. ss G470. FOR THE SEASON OF 1910. AT MY FARM SIX MILES FROM LANCvSIER. KY . AND NEAK McCRFAUY, prnlllle cause of the decline uf pictures results friini not stocking them properly. Farmer are frequent-I- ) mlih.nl turiize their tlehls lightly If they wish to keep tl.oiu permanently productive, the depleted western mimes i.elng clliil lis glaring example of what happens where overgrazing Is permitted. Smh ndilce s iiiMciidlng for htiinlil eastern londltlous. It Is lsir funning; to fall to realise thes maximum l.ciietlts from the uatlvi-crasimp. The auibltlon nf the average stoekuiiiu should he to realize tin InrgiM total gain per acre or the max Iniiiiii gain per Individual nnlinal. or the highest jiiMsilito priHiuetlon of i.t Ik, wool. rk, or mutton from the .'rating ureas without Jeopardizing their rutin.' produi tlou Crazing Oeef Cattle. Where lnnv .ii'f entile are pro it'Unl It Is not practknhlc to grar..-Iim- i n id,, niilniiili. will nut in ke snltlelent iraliio to sell prolltahl) Itut with jinuig cattle or ila.ry coup, the rlU would not be nearly so great and the bcnellt derived from elo.e grazing woiihl far exceed the chance for he-- . The exti tit and duration of thn grazing l an Individual matter for each farmer to ileehle, but In milk lug this decision ho should hear In mind that luauy of the luiprixluctltc and virnlli'd rundown pature In retlie best sections of the h!uo-gru- s gion havu resulted from ton light rathgni7.ln er than from too Grazing to Capacity. , Crazing u pasture to capacity usually operates to prevent the ilevelopineiit of weeds, as well as to maintain a tine, even turf. The blue grass, red top. A tions: "What do you find to be the principal advantages of the tractor for farm work J" "What are Its principal disadvan- He iS 1G.1 tages?' Jack. (known ns the Mark Goins Jack) hands Iliirll. ITOOfl llimn nnrl llnnrl mill JAKE llllniline nrta The replies received have been In Farmers' Ilulletln 10J13, Just published by the department of agriculture. Saving In time, making It xi"lhle to cover the desire. acreage within He will make the season nt ore- - $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Senson due if mare is parted with. Care taken to vent accidents, but not responsible should nny occur. Frank Arnold KING MONROE, 4099 Ilrown Stallion with three white feet 15 4 hands high, will vveiirh 1100 pounds, has long; line neck, fine head set on high nice thin withers, good short back with ns good n tail ns ever was on n horse, good bone nnd good feet. l Ilex .MrlMosM salfi:ieniusrksio, 1 . , ( Crlslers Dtamsrk nn l.i.., O 5J lWx Monroe :NS Luer Mspk aiii... I Hlsck squirrel M I ll46s!!,liH j hou llslnes Dvamsrk I)au Sumi.ttr Denmsrk Cfi o O j s Farm Tractor Making Plowing a Pastime. the pmp r season. Is put first ainonc the advantages by u larco pereentace nf the farmers. Other advantaces mentioned nre: Ability to do thoroucli work, especially la lint weather, when horses are nt n dlsadvatitace. Having tn man labor, doing away with more or less hired labor nnd rnahlluc one man to farm a larger acreace than he can with hores. Kisinoniy. B Minlirlno Leiirsct j Mambrlno Le (irsnrt v nsrk LefirsiKt J Jr., HM I 1'SU lj.lt!.. IIII.1M..I to tiu i !si I Pompier Deamark 65 Klectrle J t nisek Plsmond. Jr. j Blsck HUmon.l d'sn ti'ieen i hay KING MONP.OE has as much style speed and action as any saddle horse iivinp. It can be seen that this horse belorcs to the (jreatest family of the raddle horse beinc a real Denmark. Study his pedigree and be convinced. You can make no mistake by breeding to this horse. He will get you saddle horses of the highest type. Never was the fine saddle horse ns scarce nor more in demand. Every man should breed his mares and breeil them to the best. KING MONKOE will make the present season nt my barn at AT S15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL i I bellevr I o'Terim n horse with richer blood lines ihnn nny Saddle StiK'iT. standing nt three time" the fee. He l.as foi Ism sire Champion Bourbon Star, who won in more classes thiiM any horse in Kentucky during his show career llourbon Star war sired by Ilourbon Klntr. he by Hourbon Chief nnd so on down through the Chief family. STAR CHESTER. 0170. by Ilourbon Star. 2912, he by llourbon King, 178. be by Ilourbon Chief, D7G. Hourbons Star's ilnm Ella Rodman, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S dam was Ermine Dare, 8.1311, by Dart-Devi1970, by Chester Dare 10. Second dam Daughter,' by Chester. Dare, 10. You can readily sec I am otTerihg the blood which is in our greatest Champion Saddle Horses of the day. Will also nt the same time ami place stand two irood Jacks. Steera on Dry Land Pasture. white clover, and other kikhI pasture plants thrive anil spread If kept closely i;razeil, while must vveeih cannot live If their tops are cut off frequently. As a rule. In the averiiEo pasture the heavily Krareil portions are comparais tively free from weeds anil n better mkI than the area un which the are tisi mature to be eatru crasMs by live stiKk, where the weeds tiuiitl,v run rampant, furthermore, the ihar- acter of the turf mi a heavily uraretl Held will steadily Improve, while that on n lightly Kmtil area will deteri- orate enrresiH.ndlugly, nceordliik' to the results of eitcifdve KrntliiK exiHTl- meats. Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT $10.00 TO INSURE A J25.00 FOR JENNET. Chief Napoleon, LIVING COLT. 5107, has proven himself to be n irood Jennet Jack. 'Finis Napoleon, AT $10.00 TO INSURE. hands hiKi, yellow with white points, bit; bone He Is in nnd body and line head and ears. As 1 am standing two good Jacks this year, I will give the farmers n chance to breed their stock nt a reasonable low fee. I will retain n lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred' elsewhere, forfeits insurance nnd must be paid nt once. accidents but not responsible Care taken to prevent should any occur. This last advantage ts meiitlomsl liy a larger percentage of Dakota farmers than of farmers In other states where similar Investigations of the tractor e have been made. This Is doubtless ttie cropping system followed In the I'akotas Is such that the tractor can tie iioil to advantage for more of' the farm work than In most other parts of the country. Tho principal disadvantage of the tractor, according to the reports made by these farmers. Is Its Injurious effect on moist soil. Tills difficulty Is a so rlous one In districts where the soil Is heavy and where It Is necessary to do a considerable amount of work In early spring. Difficulty of operation seems to rank next ns a disadvantage. A large percentage of farmers emphasize It. Other disadvantages mentioned nre expense of operation, undue Increase In j Investment, nnd delays on account of engine trouble.' In comparing the reports upon whkti this bulletin Is based with those oh- talned from tmctor owners In various of the corn belt several years , parts ago It apjiears that less stress Is laid i u)n the disadvantages of the tractor In the recent reports than lu the older ones. $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Will Also Stand My Walking Stallion, REX By HEX PEAVINE, First Dam A DRENNON MARE. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. This horse has sired some of the best walking Horses in the State. He will jret you n Walking; Horse right. He is a real nodding walker himself, with style at both ends. v Will also stand two good Jacks at $10. for mare colt and $8. for horse colt. All of the above stock will male the season at my farm on the Gillispie pike three miles from Taint Lick and two miles from Hackley. N. W. ROGERS. ,1919 1919 AUTO ZOMBRO 2.02 A TWO MINUTE HORSE. (A chance to raise an Auto.) The fastest stallion that ever made a season in Garrard County. Auto Zombro obtained his record of 2.02 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Sept. 11, 1916. Sired by Zombro 2.11 sire of San Francisco nnd (26 in 2.10 list). He by McKinney 2.11 sire of Sweet Marie 2.02 and (28 in 2.10 list), Dam Trixy by Conifer. He was foaled la 1809, is n rich red bay, 15 4 hands high, sound, n Brand looking individual, a consistent race horse, game, and fast. He is the type to sire colts with extreme speed, class, stamina and durability. He will make the season at $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Will also stand two fine Jacks nt $10.00 each to insure. A lien will be retained on nil colts until season money is paid. Mares traded or parted with season becomes due. Special rates for jockey or barren mares. Not responsible for accidents. This stock will make the season of 1919 at my stable near the Lexington Pike on the Rout Lane below the Fork church, in Garrard County. SUCCESS OF CLUB MEMBERS Opportunity to Duplicate of Tennessee Boy Others. Achleve.-n:n- t FOR MORE POULTRY i Inspires Walker Bradshaw. I'hcne R. F. D. No. 3. :itM-I- LANCASTER, KV. A good Registered Percheon Stallion, woight 1550 pounds, has been standing m Jessamine Milton H. C. KINC 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 antl one-ha- lf Lexington and Danville pike at $15.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. (PrepartA hy the t'nliru Ktntrs IVp.iri-mrn- l of Affrleiiture.l One reason vvh.v mure than Ml.tXKi i . ,s,,ulli boys and girls eiiroll.il i last )ear In the pic clubs, orKiiulreil I and conducted by the United States , department of aKrleulture, tin; with state OKrlcultural colleges. Is seen In the opportunities offered them I to duplicate the successes of other club members. Fur Instance, here Is the achievement nf a Tennesvee ho ; I'lfteeii iniinths iikii he puriliu-tu- l n Duroc-Jerse- y Kilt, itivlui: Ids note for 1" months tn l tie local bank. This pit: AVOID HAVING PIGS CRUSHED has furrouiil 'JT PL's and has ralsl 1 of them. The boy sold three of the ElghMnch Plank Should Be Nailed tlrst litter at -- .'i each, four of them Around Pen About Eight now welch nearly CM pounds and are Inches From Floor. $:i'--U The seven pics of the sec worth prevent having pigs crushed In ond litter tiro worth $173, and the sevTo en of the third are worth $103, while ( the fnrrovvlug pen. do not permit tho the mother the pic purchased when sow to make n nest of her Ins, but the boy entered the cluli Is vuluel at keep It comparatively level. Around $73. This means a protlt of $730 In 13 the sides of the pen, nail an elglitdnch months. plank, horizontally, und about eight Ily use of this f Inches from the Ibsir. ENCOURAGE FOWLS TO RANGE , contrivance many pigs will be saved from being mashed agulnit tho walk Provide Ampls Shad and Feed Them Away From House Litter la Not Necessary. FEEDING MATERIAL FOR HOGS Stand-arKeep better poultry: bred poultry Increases proImproves the nnd duction ipiallty. vigorous breeders: Select Healthy, vigorous breeders produce, strong chicks. Hatch the chicks early: Karly hatched pullets produce fall and winter eggs. Preserve eggs for home use: Preserve when cheap for use when high In price. ROBT. R. FOX, Dryanttville Phone 47-1- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BLACK PAT Ho is 1C hands high, black with white face, 5 years old and a natural walking horse. He will make tho season of 1919 at my barn nt Hyatts ville, at $15. To Insure a Living Colt. CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. them uwsy from the house rather thau at the back door and less trouble will be experienced In huvluj tho lien rooat-lu- g ou the doorstep. Black Pat is sired by Walking Pat, he by Jesse Cobb. Black Pat's first dam by Silver King, sired by Joe Fan-is- ' Silver Mixture of Corn and Middling! Fed In King nnd he by Stonewall Jackson. 1st jJam by Stonewall It Is not necessary to feed the lay Will Bt Entirely ing hens lu Utter during the summer Satisfactory, Jackson, Jr., 2nd dam by Old Stonewall Jackson, Black Pat's time. Kncuuruiio them to ruugo away from the house a much as possible. The larger hogs will do well on a 2nd. dam Old Pat Denmark, 3rd dam, Old Drennon, 4th.'dam Provide artificial shade If natural mixture consisting of com three parts Old Copper Bottom. fciiado Is nut available. 1'eed middlings one part by weight. to Feeding this material dry lo a will be entirely satisfactory If the bogs bare plenty of water, oat too or drtaUaf purpose. cold, J. C. Gastineau. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 8 1919. PAINT LICK WRIGLEYS will find all three flavors In the sealed packages-b- ! j tf 70U Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ellis were In Richmond, Monday. Jliss Martha Davis Is In Lexington inking n business course. Mim Nora Conn has returned from ,1 visit to relatives near Lancaster, Mr. J. - Co'dlron made a business Irip to Cinrinnnti Friday and Saturday Wo arc Kind to see Miss Knirp.t llurchcl! out again after n two weeks A Rare Bird THE 1919 BUCK SIX Is illne;;. ut look for the name mm WRIGLEYS because It Is your protection against inferior Imitations. Just as the sealed package is protec Mrs. G. W. Conn ha? been the cuest Mr. Wldcs In Richmond for sev-al days. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riddell nnd children visited his parents In Kingston, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ollie Boain were visitors Sunday nt Mrs. Hardin Kidd'a of In extraordinary and excellent quality. Easy riding and made Tor of that durable material which the Buick is famous. We can deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleased to demonstrate. Wnllacctin. tion against Im purity. SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT The Flavor r . Lasts! Mrs. I. U. Shepherd entertained .Mr nnd Mrs. J. I). llurchcl! and U X. Bowling, Sunday. Mrs. Jones and daughters of Norton, Va., arc pleasant gucstr of Mrs. J. T. Underwood. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Conn spent Saturday and Sanday with Mr. and Mis. Charlie Graves. .Mrs. V. II. Smith left Inst week for an extended visit to relatives in Missouri and Oklahoma. Mr. an I Mrs. M. K. Uoss and Miss Kmuir, Ejtridce attended the races in I.fxingto i, Wednesday. Mr;. B. M. Lcnr and daughters were visitors in Richmond Saturdny en route home from the ruces. Mr. ar.il Mrs. Claude Ttmrlcton of. Richmond visited Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. r'olcy Saturdny and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Andcrron ex-- i pect to leave socn for n visit with their daughter, Mrr. R. I Hill. Friends of Mrs. O. L. itnmninckl will be glad to know she has recovered suiTiciently to be brought home. Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Barometric ii Violin. violinist of Il.tltl-morU tlit r '"seizor f what nitcht lie cnllc"! n barometric violin. Soma time after Mr. Moo bought It, h noticed thnt nt rertnln time It exhaled ii strange find Mibtlo frngmncv, like an nromn of Oriental Incrnn". Ijiler, he olivrviil thai thin fnigrancn was notlrealilo only when the winttc er wax nlmut to become clamp, lie R. W. Hstridge who has been in the iilitnlned the violin In I'arN some Pnnville Hospital for some tirre was years ago when he was studying there. able to bo brought home Saturday. Abrani Mum-i- , Had night Idea, Anjrwax. daughter Is iiul'e :i Joiinci-- t '.iiihy little xroii nml It In inlt. i PMiliig at tllm-- s to hrnr her air her sev-- i The day nfti r ('hrltm ml rhlldnn from the r.elchlrli""l Intentions Ccunt for Little To In" nlttnv-- 4 Intending to live n rt nit- - In to Me her glfls ami tu I'loy new life, hut ne ver to find time to et Will her. When elblHtlllg Iff pre 'In- - nald In Imt U t man- nliotit It, N na If n limit shotiM put M clviil nw.iv ii l"t of things and i off enilng inn! drinking nml sluplnr rnutti 'nu from one day nr. I oi.ht to another, till I J v! n rtw.rinas i a giver Hem n taker." l Is starvwl nnd iii r i . Tribune t Eiplilnrd. Salil the facetious fel'. r: "A cynic merely n phlloop!i r wlt'i chronic "ndlgestlon." My Mr. and Mrs. Stceley of Berca, .Mr. nnd Mrs.. V. R. Patrick and W. K. Parks motored to Louisville. Monday. Croley and little Mrs. William daughter, of Williamsburg arc visitant; her sister in law, Mrs. T. J. Uniltrwoctl. Misses Docia and Christine Met-- I calf and brother, Dewey, of Stanford with friends in spent the week-en-, I d ' NEGROES WILL TAKE PROMINENT PART IN METHODIST CENTENARY CELEBRATION THE Methodist Centenary hlch will h held la Columbus, O , June 20 to July 13. (or all time eitibllJh recosnltlon (or the negro on the International church map bjr traaiferrlnr him from his traditional racial role of recipient to that of a potent contributor to the world's religious uplift. "The very (act that all Methodism Is .celebrating the one hundredth an' j nlversary of the birth of missions is a tribute to tin- - zeal and tin consecration of Its negro membership In the person ot John Stewart, a negro member ot the Methodist Episcopal Church, ft ho started at Upper Sandusky, 0 the first home siding over the A. M. E. church c Tennessee, Dr E. W. S Hammono editor of church literature, Itushvllle Ind ; Dr. J V. Koblnson; Dr. O. II Uryant and Dr E. M. Carroll of Ch cago; Dr, It. E. Jones, editor ot thi Southwestern Christian Advocate Dr. W. M. HrooVs of New York: nam ber of college presidents and distri' superintendents as well as a host i ell educated, intelligent men an', women, lay representatives of tl varied fields ot African MethodUt church actlitles. Columbus bojets of eight churches, a new V. Jl. ( A. building, valued at IIOO.OOO, twi conimualtt social center bouses, one this vicinity. i Misses Alma and Mary Lear at-- 1 tended the dance in Winchester Thursday night and were guests of Mrs. Earnest C. Lisle. Mrs. VIn McWhortcr, daughter. Miss Ava, and Mr. Earle McWhorur were guests at a surprise birthday party given Mrs. Anne Moberley. Mr. Salem Wylie died nnd was bur yesterday. His ied in Wallaccton death marked the length of time that few nre blessed, he being in his eighty-second Buggies ARE MADE TO ORDER We have the finest and best Buggies ever seen in Lancaster and our PRICES are RIGHT. We seli cheapLook before you buy. . year. mrttmsrv Mrs. U. M. Burgess entertained Saturday night In honor of her guests Nancy nnd Bernard Gnrrcd, Misses Julia and Willie Burgess, all of the Richmond Normal. While automobiles are popular, there remains n big demand in the Mr. George rales of new buggies, Browning nnd Mr. Rogirs bought two beauties of Mr. O. L. Ilammack this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry McWhortcr Morse, of Greenville, Illinois on her way home from Detroit having spent are e.xp"ctlng her mother, Mrs. Fred several months theM the guetf of her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Baker. Master Earl Wallace Rlddell cele brated his eighth birthday on the afternoon of the '.'Cth from 2 to C. A r.u.rbcr of his young fr.ends were prci-'nt, J. X SSBBSSSSSSsB games were played und refreshments served. Ho re c Acd n number of nice prcsen's. A surprise birthday dinner was given for Mr Annie Moberley, en Wednesday, April 30th. Quite u r.un 'nr o relative-- and friends were rriscnt nnd the table vu loaded with gojd things to cat. Everybody the day ami left wishing her many happy return!. She also received a number of useful presents, Ont of the SCENE OF A VILLAGE IN AFRICA Many Features of the African Exhibit Celebration. on the at the Cent, nary VI missionary work ever dono In our country," said Dr. E. I. (iillUm. pastor of the St. Paul's A, M. K. church ot Columbus ami chairman ot the African Centenary bureau, in a recent Interview. Among negroes of prominence who will be In Columbus to take tart in the Centenary proceedings are Bishop Alesaader Camphor of .Monrovia, Africa; Btsaop Isssh Scott of Nashville, Tana.; Dr. W. A. C. Hughes, field aaeretary of the Board of Home Mlislens; Drs. F. 11. DeJane-- of the ClnclnaatlMayiTllle district and A. M. Jones, 8ld secretaries of the Board of Suadar Behools; Or. W, 8. Merrill. Mi secretary of the Hoard of Forties Missions; Or. J. H. C. loggias, 814 taeretary tl the Board of c Dr. I. 9. Pm. Temperance; Aid SmUU: Meratarr ( the rraedmen'a UMir P- - Cuter, pre tai duplicate for IJ5.O00, the other for J20.C00; a V. W. C. A. war community center, a theater and ti movie house and two good hotels. A thoroughly organized African Centenary cornralttee Is actively In perfecting plans (er the par ticlpation of nearly 1,W0 negroes In various forms of the celebration ac tivllles. This committee Includes dUtrlct superlnteadenta'atid Ik pastors and lay members of the Columbus churches, who have charge of the enlistment of Africans far paaaant and uuslcal service' aid sscurlBg ot accommodations for the Ceatsnary visiters. Already a cborue of IM colored siagers, two colored baade, oae of mm, the other of woman, and college quartettes are pledged and lo tralalag. la addition 00 negroes win take part la the pageaata and.aaaiit In the deBoasUalloe axblblti. Farms For Sale '.".T urrea, gently rolllnc. 11 iiillei friiiu tmwi, unir M'hool nnil church; gciuil rnail, plenty water, very prodtic-five- ! hniiw, lart'o lirn, fliio otock; grain ami I Mia ceo land. fiVJOtJ per ucri:; some term. 7.' u'ri, siiiik timber, lund lulling, hoiiKe, barn IMWKI, plenty wnteri We haw large lUt of fariim, on g'xul mails, near Htitm and electrle rallri.ail, ut less than half the price nski'd fur the tuiiw quality of Uml of the Ohio River. Write us jmir wants. 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. Also a big shipment of Wagon and Plow i Hostettler & Francis Htnryvlllt, Ind. LANCASTER, W. J. ROMANS KENTUCkY, The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 8, 1919. The Thing That Counts. Uncle Sam enn never pay his out- the oldtime lines To let the country pot down to hu incss in the manner necessary to make the moit of the wonderful op portunitics the war opened up for ner. To restore Industry to n healthy, vigorous condition; to revive commerce in nil lines; to care up the financial situation; nnd to provide for American enterprise reaching out nnd taking firmer and better hold upon the world trade. These things all combine to spell prosperity for America. llettcr (tlilna fnr nvprv nnn nf ll ll(iliir I wages, bigger salaries, greater com standing war debts with your com! will nnd your well wishing. Nor with your regrets. Oil Out iom GOLD HKDAI. ho.Jr sre so No orttans Nor do (rood intentions pass as Important In of th human life ss ths Capsules at once. They are lturlemtried titallh An1 Innjr an old, kMneys. When they slow up urn! legal tender in the marts. preparation used all over the world for to lag In their iluiles. look nutt only without "If wishes were horses, beggars Kind out what the trouble l nervous, cnttirle They containcombined with loned, anothlnir oils dMsy. Whenever you frei might ride", you know. and weak, dlssy. suffer from sleeplessness, In the wakr hp herbs, well known and used by physiIt's ,our hard cnh that counts in or have rains kidneys backhelp. ilol.l) Thrne cians In thlr dally practice need at once. Your Nothing eke. this emergency. are stuns to warn you that yntir kid- MKIML Haarlem Oil Capsulis are Ira th And rieht now Uncle Sum needs neys are not .erfr mlwr their funcrnrted direct from conv l.i'mratorles In They are nlent to take, properly. They are only half 'nilinrs of dollars to clear nwny the tions Uulr work ami are nllowln Im- and will either irlve prompt relief or lotnir money decks for getting i" to notion alone purities to arcumtilata and t convert-e- your at any will be refunO!.be Ask for aure to druir store but Into uric scll and other pnlaons, them 10LU THE MOST DANGEROUS g DISEASE etrenKth-Ylvtn- n Impotled whlrh are nusinu you illstrcss and wilt net the orlKlnal driven MHI'AL. brand. Accept no rubstltutea. Destroy ynu unless they ar In sealed packages Vine sizes. from your system. forts. NOW You Can Have the Bigger, Better, More Powerful Car and at a Reduced Price Biltwcl Six Models arc 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 performance, low upkeep and appearance are all there. With every hiqh-grad- e specification which has made them famous: Continental Red Seal Motors. 'fimken axles front and rear. Long, underslung springs. Deep plaited, genuine leather and curled hair upholstery. Velie Insting mirror finish. "The Name Insures the Quality." Come in today. VELIE BURTON and LEE, DEALEKS. LANCASTER, KY. Hut, to get these things we must individually make our own clTort. Mut tulTer pcrson-i- l inconveniences perhaps, make Individual sacrifices. Kolks who work the hardest usual ly live the best. I'coples who sicrifice the most for their country usually get the most out of it. Usually are mere intimately integral parts of it. And the nations that show the high est per capita of savings are alvvnjs thovj where thrift is practical most Where saving predominates. Ami if ever there wns a time for jnl men and true to rally to Uncle Sam's niil it is right now. The great er tli neriliccs we ma!;e the gienter nnd r icr.er the turn. The more the wore remanent our tmst-crij- , Experiment scientist Iiiim revived nn hy inenns of : After rethe follow Inir maining In. (larkncrs fur some minute", light onto his hand. Ho he flashed n then went to bed In total darkness anil slept through tin- - night, lleforo opening Ills ecs In the morning be ncnln Unshod it light, I ii t tbli time nn his he revived tlm ejes. I!y this nftiT-lmug- i of Ids hand In front nf him. although lie had tmt seen It since tho previous night. San l'mnclsco Chron icle. A rtl !lngi;.!.i- - Interesting Torrent and Lakelet. The stream nf modern literature represented by the hooks and periodicals on (lie crowded counters Is u and clamorous torrent, dah-- , Ing along among the rocks nf crltl-cl'iover the pebbles nf the world's dally events; trying to make Itself i heard nnd seen nmldt the honrse rrles of the pollllclnns nnd the rum-- , tiling wheels of trnfllo. The classic is n Mill lakelet, n moiintnln tnrn, fed hy springs that never fall, Its surface smlt- never milled by storm--nhay- s na n welcome to Its visitor Holmes. ' Not The Shadow of a Doubt VEUF. MOTORS CORPORATION. MOLINE. ILLINOIS tlutljttt ,lfrr Trtit A. dnif Irarfo'. 4mA,,, the future 'ut it canno bo injred by well wihii ir or regrets It'-V tiKUing Amencnn dollar Unit "ill pu. t.'e Lmi t,ier raju'.V.'. V'.ul i .d tunt. in VicUir.-L:He- d let L'nc.e San look the wiule the trj . a little tlm time than lev. Dally Thousht. liarh as truth and ai tincoinpromlsliii as Justice. Wllllarr Lloyd Harrison. I will be as GUNN'S CHAPEL. We have only a few BEMiS TOBACCO PLANTERS Mm. Chrifs Stevens is ill. Little Miss Aila Mae Foster is ill. Miss Maty KurU, n.ul Master Billy May 2nd. Miss Annie Cailey is with Miss AI- ier.c Hurt. Mis Leno Kast was a guest of Mrs. Lucas Poster, Friday. Miss Annie Mae was a guest Sun-,)i- y of Miss Inez Land. Mr. and .Mrs. Hobart Tcatcr were j in Lancaster, on business. Mr. Lige Hurt purchased some corn of Mr. Geotge Hall at $10. Miss Iva Hollon left last week for her Inme at Hazel tlrcen. .Mas Her Pailey nnd Mr. William ' V.rd .cro married iu Jellieo Tepn, ' Spasmodic S:.-n:- n. Some of the moit fir.Mful of men havo monuments ereeti d t t iclr memory. Indianapolis Star. ASvlcs From a Great Man. ridlllpx Ilrooks on-- e ald that It Is as presumptuous t. think Hint you enn do nothing lis It N to think that ynu inn do liyerjlhlnr. Try to "Steer a middle eourvo between the two. Jit Vhat She Was. Tlirntliy was l onktlng to her young-- T sister about v.hcre she had been w n she was n year old, Margaret, r tur. Il.v, nnlnus to know how this e ic nul her. Inquired; "Where wns 1 thi'Ui" Porfithy's reply wns crush-ViI was n year old, you "When ' nollilnj )ou were a piece of Inconstancy Ever Unpopular. JCnthlng that Is not tt real crlmo makes n man app'iir so contemptible nnd little In tho eyes of tho j Friday. Cett Work at Seventy. Ttnn llonheur flntlnil at seventy her "lli.rse T!ireI.lng Corn," the largest painted, nnd which unlimil picture wns void tor ?iSil.ta. In lWl. on her seventy-fourtbirthday, the tlnUhed it palatini.-- representing the historical .Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Kurtz and at- conduit botwet'n two stallions to which tractive children were in Lexington, Lord Ciodolnhlu Invited his friends In tot 1731. j world as Inconstancy, especially when l; regnr! religion or party. In either of theo hi.es, though a mnn perhaps does but ' Jits duty In changing Ids hide, ho not only makes himself hated by t!ms,v Se left, but Is seldom heartily eite'ehied by those he comes over to. Addison. Mr. and .Mrs. Allen Tenter and Mr. Klbert Tenter were in Richmond on iTht'rslnj. Miss Grace Pean Teatcr of Jessa-inun- e spent the week end with rela- - DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? litre. Kurtz nnd Welter Durham Mcr.'oid. w to ituest" i f M ier Juntua A iiui A Mountain Summer School With Chautauqau BEREA COLLEGE, Features KENTUCKY. BEREA, n Kir. i.i.i left and CANNOT GET MORE. are going very fast. Come at once if you want one. They W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Sim Kay and son, Mr. Harrison liny, were guests of Mrs. J. W. Pulley, Thursday. Pr. Williams of Nicholasville was lied here last week to see Miss Sal- i Noel, who is ill. Mr, nnd Mrs. Tom Pailey nnd little f n, rpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Woiloy Puley. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith and Lt-.- 1 son Kvo'ctt spent Sunday with Mr, mid Mrs. H. M. Kurtz. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Land. Mr. Har-- y Tenter nnd Mits llessie Tcater nttored to Panville, S.iturd:y .Mr. Hnrvey Tcatcr waj t.t Lnncai-le- t Muin'ay to see her biother, Mr. K. 11 Chnndler, who has been e.uite ill. Mrs Wesley Simpson und children aid Mrs. Josie Pailey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pack Simpson in Itich-moWednesday night. Quito a number from this place und were in Richmond Wednesday Thursday for the trial of Mr. Clel Oailcy for failure to register. The kerviccs ut tho M. R. clnrch Saturday nnd Sunday wcie well r.t-- 1 ' June 6 to July II and July II to August 15 fanners, discharged soldiers, Plcnxurc and profit for aspiring teachers, business men, Christian workers. 'Something good for every comer!" house-keepers, Daily discussions of things important for the mountains. meeting mountain lenders from eight states. Keren Faculty includes many of the greatest educators .tiul speakers of the south, and summer brings in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. Berea is religious, of Christ". Tobacco prohibited. "works with' all followers Best location, climate and equipment. The prices are made right for young folks just getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." tended. Pr Franklin, president of adLegan Collece at Uarbourville Address The Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, on the dressed tho people Sunday Berea, Kentucky. (Adv.) 5.8-4- t. Centenary Movement. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 8, 1919. EGGS CAN BE KEPT IN GOOD CONDITION -- FIRST ANNUAL FOR SEVERAL MONTHS IN WATER GLASS I m I) Holstein Sale j AT OUR BARM ON WEST FOURTH STREET LEXINGTON, KEFTUCKY. For Sale PRIVATELY. Having sold our Mil! nnd entire oulput nd will give possession between May 10th nd'l5th, will sell privately SATURDAY. MAY 10, AT 10 A. .!,. M. a O 19 u ItnUlnlii Pnttlp TII..1. D...O consistim,' of Bulls, Heifers, Springer Cows nnd Cows with calves bv their side. They have been carefully selected by the best judges of Dairy Cattle in the country and every one is n good individual, straight backslarge udders, and large cattle of the real Hoi- Ftein type. All have been Tuberculin tested in the past two weeks. The Holstein is the most popular y with Dairy Products of all Dairy Cattle. bringing the highest prices ever known, you cannot afford to miss this sale and get n few good cows and heifers. The Holsteins lead as butter cows. These cat- tie will be judged by the State University students on the morning of the sale. We will be glad to have you inspect these cattle on our farms before the day of the sale. ...1.1 t!,-,- l To-da- I f T O r ' A C I'l One To" and Half Service Truck IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. IN(;o()I)CONl)moN One Ford Runabout J One Teem of Good Mules, Wagon S Harness. 7 . V 1 1 Lancaster Mills & Elevator Co. Egg, In Water Glssi Solution. tevirt-mn- Ladies are Especially Invited to Attend Sale. THE 60OK FARMS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. DOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. : 5 J Preserving of Agriculture.) Ml Prepared by the United (Hntrs t Banki ng by Mail Safer-Privat- e & Convenient let the Covemment bo our go between by using the Mailman. 4 Investment I guaranteed ui. Writ today for Information. Tha "Cltltena" la the larceat Bank In Indiana eicluslve of Indianapolis,, and la safely and consersatisely managed, 'basldaa balng undar II. t. Covemment upervlaion. Our Citizens National I Bank. m f a nosum CVANSVILLC INOIANA KAHtr usir in "Bully." The word "bully" as n fnmlllnr tPrm of nildress vihh employed In tlu tlui t Shakespeare nnd no doubt was ol.I von then. In the sense of prals'-v"rt!ij- r, cvcellent ns, "That was n bully iI'mut,-- ' It Is used lioth by Americans mid by British subjects. Chlldrcn'a Logic you know," snld a little fellow of four years of nee, "what I thought dark was? A (treat, huge live thing, the eolor of black, with month nnd eves." Another assured his teacher tint the wind wns alive, for he heard II whistling In the night. I Cuckoo Brlrji Good Luck. Tliere Is an old superstition preva-- I nt in titfny parts of tmgland that. If you turn the money yon have In your IKicket when first you hear the cuckoo In !he spring, you will not sulTer from 'I. g nf cash nil through the year. Now You'll Take Better. liecause tbohllght powders nre not wlft enough for the. most rapid photography an electrical (let lee lias been Invented which llirhls Hie isnvder ana then mmpn the camera khutter when the hurnlnx iniwder In at Its creuteat brilliancy. "ro Dry Cleaning and Dyeing CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Send Via Parcel Post 617 FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, KY. April, Hay mid June nre the months Alien the hens of the country produce llioiit SO per cent of the lay nf I lie iliole jeur. Tliere ure the luoiitlis. No, when the thrifty houculfe hu lias her own Ivns or who can draw usiu the Mirplus supply of u nearby jclgtilHir puts uay in water kIiih or Inii'U nter vfs for next iiuluuiii and rtlnler. To Insure success, care must le exercised In this operation. In the tlrst place, the eirsi inut he 're'li. preferalily not more than two Jr three days old. This Is the reason thy It Is much more satisfactory to ut uuay vfKi produced lu one's onu 'lilckeu yard. Infertile Eggs Best. Infertile cjrss nre hest If they can e ohtalnisl; so, after (lie hatching, delude riNtsters frutti the tltK'k and .III them for the tolile us needisl. The shells must he clean. Wuslilm; jn ecj; utth n soiled shell lessens Its s keeping quality. The protectee covering out Hie shell Is relieved hy witter, mid when this Is gone lie eSB spoils more rapidly. The shells ulsu must te free from iven the tiniest crack. One cracked Ki; will sill a large tiuuiher of sound .Vcs when packed In wutrr glass. KnrlhenHiire crocks are Rood The crocks must he clean ami ciund. Scald them and let them cool Minpletely before use. A crock hold-In- i; IS G gallons will accomiliodate pints of lozens of eges and nhout lolutlon. Too large crocks nre not de- -l ruble, since they Increase the of breaking some of the eggs ind spolllng'the entire hntch. It must he remembered that the eggs n the bottom crack first and that hose In the bottom of the crocks are the last to be removed for use. Kggs mn be put up In smaller crocks and the eggs put In the crock rfrst should e used first In the household. Water-Glasa Method. "Water glass" Is known to the chemist as sodium silicate. It enn be by the quart ffom druggists or supply men. It Is a pale yellow, odorless, slru:y liquid. It Is dilutIn the promrtion of I port of silied cate tn tl parts of distilled Mnter. rain water, or other water, lu any case, the water should be bollisl and then ulloued to eisil. Half fill the essel with this solution mid plaie the eggs In It. being careful not to crack them. Kggs can be milled until the container Is tlllrd. I!e sure to leep alsmt U Inches of witter glass nboe the eggs. 1'mer the crock, and place It In the coolest place iinllahle from which tin" crock will not bine to be moved. Inspect the crock from time to lime nnd replace nny water that has evasirntsl with coo! Isilhil water. Use Preserved Eggs. When the eggs are to be ucd. remove them as desired, rinse lu clean, cold water, and ue Imnusllately. I'ggs pris-rv- nl In witter glass can be ued for soft boiling or iouchliig up In NuwihImt. Iiefore boiling such eggs prick n tiny hole In the large end of the shell with II needle, to keep tbym from cracking. They are satisfactory for frying until about Hecember. From that time until the end of the Usual storage perils! that Is, until March they can be used for omelettes, srramblisl eggs, custards, enkes, and general rookery. As the eggs nge, the white becomes thinner and Is harder to beat. The yoke membrane becomes more delicate hiiiI It Is dllfirutt to separate the whites from th yolks. Llmewatjr Method. IJiuewnter Is also satisfactory for preserving eggs and Is slightly less than water glass. A solution Is made by placing U or .'t Isiunds of gallons of water unlukcd lime In which has been boiled ami allowed to cool, ii ml allowing the mixture to stand until the lime settles nml the liquid Is clear. The eggs should be pluccd In u clean earthenware Jar or other suitable c"el mid covered to a depth of -Inihes with the liquid. I'.emnve the eggs us desired. rlne In clean, cold water, mid ue Immediately. IHiultry PURE-BRED SAMPSON mar 54034 This registered I'erclicron stallion will make the season nt my plnco Ilnckley nt $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Sampson Is a black horse with spltndid bone nnd style nnd one of the best types of the I'crcheruti breed. He is by Anchorite USUm?, by Col. HrccMnridgc 1901, by Telcmnque hy Decide MI2. by Vnu 1'icrre, 5JaO, by Valiant 401, by Prosper lllanc "3'J. by Coco 712. by Mignon 716, by Jean by DAM: fiypsy (iirl 45701, by Ferdinand 1732, by Madrigal Saint Cernmin fil'52, by Avntu lyfifi, by Nugent 73S. by Vidoci) 4:i, by Coco II 71 1, by Vieux Oinslin 7K1, by Coco 712, by Mignon 713, fcy'Jen U lllanc 7.TA 2nd. DAM: Cnllima 202MI, by llulan 7oS5. by Picador h.i0i, by Pirndor belonging to the I'rcnih (!oernment, by I'nvuri belonging to M. H.ipoiiL .Ird. DAM: Cullantine 7S7S, by Ilaptiste 3001. by Mndeini 1510. ly Vidocq 1S3, by Coco II 711, by Vieux Chaslian 7IS, by Coco 712, by Mignon 715, by Jean Ijx lllanc 73U. 4th. DAM: Pelotte 11817 by Chcri, belonging lo M. Jamnis. A lien will be retained on nil colts for service. Will take every care to prevent accidents but not responsible should nny occur. P. E. FOLEY 1IACKLEY, The Library. what you have In the amnll-es- t library. A isuiipa.iy of the wittiest men that could be of nit clv'llicd inuutrles. In 1,00(1 jenr. have set In liest order the results of their learning and wisdom. The men themselves were hid and Inaccessible, solitary. Impatient of Interruption, fenced by etiquette; but the thought which they did not uncover to their bosom friend Is here written out In transparent words to us. the strangers of another age. Kmerson. Consider i lion n wlsot ami picked out KENTUCKY. Purpose In Life. Have n piirMi- - In living. .Mm to be somebody und to do something, and lo knoic Jut Khat It Is you mean In lie and do. Some siple pity lhoe whi fall short of their bbsils-th- e Inventor who falls, I lie statesman who Is so far III advunce of his constituents that he receives censure Instead of praise. Hut these nre not the ones who need your sympathy. Save your pity for thos who are drifting through life without n goal, who are living without a purpose. J I SIRE ESSENTIAL W. 0. Funeral Lancaster. Director Offlce Plume 18. RIGNEY and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33, SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS t Known all over America 1 HOG MARKETING MONTHS More bogs nre marketed In December than tn any other t month of the year, according to 2 studies of hog marketing now J being made by the United States 2 food administration. During the g hot months of the year. July. S August and September, the hl-ments are only about nne-hul- f $ thosQ of the winter months. rAf- ter January, receipts at packing 5 centers decline In each of the g succeeding iiinnths until May S nnd June, when there Is another g Increase. G The two lilzh mints of the year In December nnd June the marketing of the two crops of pigs that urw produced each ycur and lire finished for market during IIiomi mouths. Farmers In Wisconsin Locality Have Little Chance for Sale If Stock la Not of High Oradt. iiSSRiquid ! 1 pPP Sunlidht Like real liquid aunlight is Hanna's Green Seal s, Paint in the way it banishes darkness, dirt and and brightens every surface it comes in contact with. It makes homes look cleaner and more attractive, it preserves them from decay, and when one home in the neighborhood is "Green Seal-ed- " all those surrounding it are certain to catch the nine apirit of "Clean Up and Paint Up." din-gines- fl'rrpire.1 by the L'nllrt Stairs Impart-mnf Agriculture.) When buyers of breeding rnttle come to the comity agent of Waukesha county. Wisconsin, one of the Hr' questions they ask nf the prospective uller Is. "Docs he use a pure-bre- quesUion the answer to this bullV" tion depend the farmer's opmrtunlty to make n sale. If the sire Is not n pure-bred- , little chance does that furinir hae of selling stock, no matter how glssi It looks, lie adds. The county ngitit reports that approxicarloads of purebred Guernmately sey and l of grades of the Mime breed were shipped from the county last year. During the sat.io ierlod '.'.i Holsteins und 73 of cars of pure-bre- d grades, and several curs of Jerseys were shipped, also. As a result of the owners of pure-bre- d GUARD SWINE FROM DISEASE success which sires hne uttnlned an clTurt Is being made lo clear the county of scrubs. Necrobaclllosls l Sura to Fallow If Surroundings Are Not Kept Sanitary. PIGS NEED MINERAL MATTER If from name losls you want to keep your hogs deuth by a disease with n long but n sure outcome necrobacll- says Dr. C. I'. Htc'i. University rami, St. I'aul see that they lire kept In sanitary surroundings; clean out the manure dully; fill up mud puddlcx; remove obi wooden Hints and troughs; keep healthy pigs from itlseused ; use reliable disinfectants freely; apply lime to pens and lots. Unless Ample Supply Is Furnished Their Growth Is Hindered Corn Alone Is Bad. I THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR i Formula on Every Package CONN BROS, Lancaster, Ky. Pigs have less bone In proportion tn weight tliuti other farm milmuls mid their growth Is hindered materially unless the feed supplied contains plenty of mineral matter. The earlier Increase In weight of the pig consists quite lurgely of muscle," while the latter Increase In weight Is mostly fut. BE CAUTIOUS OF TAME BULL The young pig. therefore, needs much feed, audi as more muscle-makinOnaa Take Ua Unawarsa milk or tankage (made largely from the scraps of lean meat at the packand Parhapa Bring Ua to an ing bouses), or linseed ollmeat, wheat Untimely End. aborts, etc. Young pigs will nut do If tliere Is any bull to the world we well on corn alone or on com and need tu look out fur It Is the uue that barley unless one ot tha feeds men-- 1 aeetna "tame" and kood natured. Those tloned la supplied to furnish protein. re the ones that take us unawares und Tneaa feeds are also much big her In mineral matter than com or barter. perhaps bring us to uu untimely cud. The Chevrolet Motor Car is in every reppect. Uuilt for service antl comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 , Four Ninety Touring: $735.00 "3aby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hili climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 8. 1919 1 COLORS HAVE GALL Saffron or Marigold Yellow and Blue, Popular Shades. Children's Csrmeits Full of Life) Oloomtra to Mit:h Neceitary for the Smjll Girls. r X The Secret Phone M. S. Br Otlllta Frsncat Pf.lffrr (Ctppjiifki, L. HATFIELD DENTIST Republican tsioa.) let. 1 Wulira N,a,Mr "If I ili lint Jim nk inn. nnd Hip Office The Garrard Bank rntnputiy Mini It out, 111 lne my Ji.h." 'Tli ii I will Bit jnu a hotter .hip." rhonM Office S. Rrtidrnce 370. LANCASTER, "I kimw jim pretty nenr run think'"." KENTUCKY. ndtiilttcl Murk Si n I mi, line riimliiT, "hut ynii nr.- - nklnB im- - In hrenk Hie ruli'a nf tin- rutnpniiy." n "I'll mend tlii'in up Inter," nlrlly il Jn.er Worrell. "If It ever docs Exclusive nut tin- - mm n call It clecriie, Bt nml tin- - Inillia ulll linll jim ns n bijiil Optometrist. einl.snry nf Die Imp bim,-- i Cupid." Juper innnnp r nf tin- - Inoal KENTUCKY. lellplinlie Worrell,Itml DANVILLE, line, pit tin- - llcnld Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. Senlim lilt pI!Iiim, hut In- - n nkluB lllllllMl- .c Office Hours 8 to 12 anil I la S p.m. ii punt l.ii r In 'I i'ii I fur him. Jnr! hlnl illr.Htci! him In lap n win- - I. inline Into tin- - hiiini- - of ItnU-rlln-ik- a, In lurry It In u c.rtnln . etlud.il iliivt In thf linue, nml pill In ii r.seh.r, nil llu I Inn- hi h .liEi.Be.1 In tiMllijt nml reFUNERAL;, DIRECTOR pairing the nsruliir plume win-- . l 'Hire Uvrr National Hank. Urn- - win tin- - Kliiiiitliui : Tin- - fiitluT nf harming Itlmuln- - lln-oHe.ulencr I'hom- - 3. OlKce I'l.i.ne 27 had def.-nteIn lln- - Inral mayoralty runLANCASTER. KY. lift lln'ur intl..ii, liy otr County Convention AT J.J.Byrne THE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, J. ff Beazlev M. J. PATRICK, Kontuokv fiih.r. Illltirly ItiiM.ks Imil Ptuntljick. Miriinn ..f liN tuillilml rival. lie r. fuwil in t"k i" any "f ll- - Wnrnll t fundi). Win ii In- Unit yntin;! Worn II nml lil- - daughter Imil h.iii wi n Inji.tlnr mi tin- ln-- i I. InIn r fnrlhulth tii hui mi fur tin- - rei hn Ja.r' Med Satupdau, May at One o'clock, JOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING TO THE STATE CONVENTION. ALL REPUBLICANS AND PERSONS 10tSi9 p. m. SIXTEEN 19 IN THE TO BE DELEGATES llnr M iiuiHUi.lmtliin, ulth lln- - mui f Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call, 1 Amwcrnl Promptly Pay vt Niul''. Phnne 317 KfNTl'tKY AVLASTI "N.'ir. Hit; iihiiiiilnn tin- - tluiUKhtl Jnrl-- i In hl fnrriful, nay. "I., imp It nil tii lm-- . ilmr I'm- - Mnn )nu, undi ltlniKhi. hh I inn In h- - hi I'll win ynur fntlirr, tmi, I '..n't Inlk i.mt Hint u n dutiful iiii in). Illunrlio Inutlitir. Ja-- i r n- - all hut tu Inr. ItlMitihin't him Jui--t nini-miwirniH fully him Hint tt.ilr dnnni nf lin i iix wim l.llthliil. INTERESTED URGED SUCCESS OF THE REPUBLICAN .PARTY ARE ri!'irilniiiit In thn prlns nml Miinmer fur elilldnu. A ery hrltlit "iifnm nr iiinrlK'.M )ellnw nml un Mlliilly hrlBht him- - are Hip two colon tli.it lire tinluhly pi.piilur, nml Ihesp nn-n- , i!te often cnuihlnid In urn- - dre-- i. 'Ihe kelch vIiuwh a dri-i-- i ininlp nf n nrU'i iili!p (nttnii mnterlnl In )illnw', with EUtmpe nf hi lie rot tun - nr Imiidkerthlef WilliVehet limn. rlhhmi In n tu inuttli the BUlmpp la run thniush upi nlnci nnilp fnr thn piirp.ii- - nn either side nf tin- - front p"liel nf the dri'i-- i nnd tied In a miirt liow ill tin- - hnck. A lltlle omhrnldereil nintlf In htm- - nn the jellrnv dren Rlrei nn inldltlumil trlmmlnB touch. TIii-.- ' two enlnn nrc ued fnr children of all nee', rnmperi for n heliu very elTictlvely -hnrtii In holh hlup nnd yellow, nml tin) little llrtt troiMeri nro made of jellmv rnttnn nml huttntietl if l ine luindkercliUf tn frilled hi. "n.n nr elinmliruy. In tiinkliiB "Uininrr elotlii'i fnr t In? clrl nf fmtr tn year, the mni'lier will e In It that every little i!r--- i has at least nne. prefernhly two nr three, pulri nf hlnnnier-- i to match. Illnomerx nn- - preferuhle tn pettlcnnts Inr tin- - Mini clrl. ('nitnn vnlle, holh In nil white nnd In printed pntterns Is u nuitirhil very mi'ih In ii'-- e fnr children'-- ) dre'?e.s fnr the riunlnB nunmcr, nnd pi. usee, a VI- Id cnlnrs nrp ileu hipment nf ilrp.-i-- s PRESENT AT THIS COUNTY CONVENTION. THE STATE CONVENTION WILL BE HELD AT LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 14th 1919, AT 2 O'CLOCK, mr Honakor Fine Cut Flowers. ruMiMi nf lll.nlly Wlllllne Iwn until )i.ii nr.- - nf iitri'. I., nn- - It nil In Wit lil n two mi.nllK 1 !uill .p Inc. inmliit; n mii ynii thn- - tlim-- n wiik, a llli I'nlhir Hrm.kH inlllnc a P.M. WE WANT A LARGE CROWD FROM GARRARD COUNTY TO ATTEND THE CONVENTION AT LEXINGTON. PnUn-.- John M. McRoberts. ""Hut whi.h- - li'ir Iniic ".Vi-M- r In lint m-- Itlnnrlii'. wtk!" )nll fur ilcht iminnurMl In talk with jouj" linpri'i-liui- ," J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, "llinla lll"ful plmi." It hnll Iuim- - Hip iliniinl Jnnl rrnunimi hun)mitly. nizli-al, i hut "f nur I1ih mid fnur tlim-- ii dny, If )nu "and Iut.-'- my Jnnl, KENTUCKY. wlh," ii t"-t- , i'wry iuut "V B. OIVK MK A TRIAL. Sat!ifact!on Guaranteed. n a dnrlni: lllnmlii-. - E MONTGOMERY, ''From Ihe lime of the Roman Caesars it has been recognized that prosperity follows good roids." Ohm. niu-- , HOI In hi' lllMltlled t In, mid Illmirlii-'- A III writ prluilid II ami It rimlil l with W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER. Oltlcr Hours Stnrme 1 KENTUCKY., I)ru p m. uer Stnre. n. in. I TSdllp.m. NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, CRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS. ROSES, All tin- - nrt utul MlitiriMurk Si'iltiiii rnuld rinl-ln"as to hp utllltid In hnliiK n plump ulth mi I.vll rnll. A linn- - rl It k wiuild inll Itlmuln- - nt thr iitluT ml nf Hip Mm- - tit uu iiirrt'iil im Hiiip. Tin-nlilwua to niutlnn to hi hp cprtnlii Hint In In1k1i.tr In nut- - nn iillnr mi ihip linuld uwrliiiir llu in. -- .Icrlliii: .Mid mi .M.irk an imtiiiIiui wlii-i- i Mr. llriM.ki, wu pen t tin- fniiii hump, duly , mid ull Illiiiirlu- - lia.l In il.i tell W1I4 In Inrk lln iliMir nf InT Into Hip iipx! upiirtmi iit, k'U- - Hip lc-nnl nun nmrltnriit. McCombs Road Oil of material THE high costpremium uponand the shortage of put a the preservation of present equipment; and for the preservation of good roads a gallon of oil is worth a bushel of labor. 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. d 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- p. mid In ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE Illustrated Catalog. NO ACENTS. I H.F.Hillcnmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. JOHN CO. WHITE LOUISVILLE, RV. KY. t liberal -FMl artiMat nd lull vale PH URS aatf Iwn rpplliil In riiipwcd Iuvp mnklui: mid li iiih'riip-i- . All thli hrmielit them mi tlnser In m nrtunl eniituit, imr did It lltnmlip thut In r MuMktii, ih ternitupil iiiiuIp innrp u'irnueh-nlilp- . fnther wax heliiB "Ii-m'- t wnrry nil Unit kenrp." enenuriik'ed .ltirl-- i iuip nflermmn. "I'm wnrklin: hint en Hint end nf tin- lip nt Hip plump lit S n'tlmk tn Hip iuIiiiiIp llil" eM'tilm;, mid I'll Hip prncrnm In- - remly In tn win Kiilher Hint l llriM-kIII n Jiffy." Ihrinich Hip inlxniUeiituri' nf n 1. Iny nt tin- - Uuu--nf ii Blrl rtrlid Inkeii ni. 1. 1. 'lily III lllnmlu- - did not net lmiue h) S nVlmk Hint c'clilliB. At Junt Hint hniir Mr. Ilrn-'k- s puilnB llimntli it . nnl Ice. 1 mi open win-ilnthe upi-e- r In her riKini nml Hip ruin hluw InB In- - II" entered mid ehivd It, nml HiumI dlreeted Jilt then II lilin tn Hip uiiiim'iI npnrtmrnt heynml. A nerlei nf illeki ihIuhiI, then Indis- inimrp llm-- p Bright Color for Children's Clothe. fuhrlc Hint wenrs and launders equally well, I hl-- n helns very muili The IMiiiBee sleeveleha frntk, wlih hlonuiers iiccumpnnyinB It, nf course, miiy he worn with cotton or linen suluipe. In white or colors. Sudi an nulllt will he fnund not only serviceable hut smart as well. CARE OF VELVET IMPORTANT ner Soft Brush Should Be Used In Clean-- , ing; .Olive Oil When Renovating fay Steam. Yelief h.n heeu In lilBh.fni.hlon. And elet thows the diis.t. Two facta Hint kiimehnw have to he reconciled tn each other. The only way to keep vehet look-lii- B well Is t Ble It careful and continuous attention. Tu hc&ln with, huy elvet nf B"nd quality, ami whenever pnltilo Bet the sort that water will not pnt. i:en If It Is to he ued for a hniiM- - Biwn. where It will never nt raindrops, It may darun the s ily be spotted with a drop of water from a eIus, or with n drop that drips from the llnEers when they emerge from n (lni;er howl or n wash basin. Velvet never ahnuld he brushed with n sllff, coarse brush. The pile Is easily Injured; In fact, the short, soft threads that make It up often can easily he pulled from their foundations with tho tlnser nails, and a coarte bru-- h Is almost sure to loosen them. A nft velvet brush la the sort to use. liven better than a brush Is a piece of crepe of crinoline. The roush fabric seems to Bet all the dust from Hie velvet and clean Its Inmost fibers. Use a few drops of olive oil rubbed hy means of a piece of soft flannel over the surface of the stearnlnE cloth. Continue this movement until the cloth Is quite dry and the velvet too Is dry. The wrinkles will by this time have disappeared and the velvet will be ainooth and fresh. d Light-toppe- Qtit IUH BuilRCtt,Phonoaraphy TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING iitiuctt rni ,.d Until.. i tit " ess sfKsn? l .ID.. alw 40 I'M. rj"!"" The umlertlgned hereby bivo warn-Vito nil persons not to trespass upon iur lamb for any purpose whatever la we will prosecute all offenders to Ihe fullest extent of the law. Hunt-er- s and fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkln, Jlri. Cora Thlllips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. I Hackley, Mrs. Emma Hiceinbotham, Edd and N. D. Price. " ' 8. C. Rfgiby. D. M. Anderson. " R. L. Barker , t. II. L. Kelley. POSTED R tinct timimK us of hiiiip nne fpenkliiB In nlnw time, i --.- .'TfeTior ejiiciihiteil Mr. llnwka In nmnieinenl, n, trneliiB th mund. lie illnemereil tin- - seeret lelepluinn helilnd mi old wuritrnhe. Hp pleked up Ihe rerrher. At oner llu- - words were KUe't In hi Hurl led lienrlliBl "U'h nil rleht. HIiiiicIip. I've fliwl My fnther ileelliiPH tn run HBiiln nui)nr. I Iump Bt In my wnrk with tlie.fuin penpln nn n miulhliilp. A I rnn swlni; all our wntkera I enn elect Knthei IlriMiko. I'm nne of the rommlttef rnmhiB tn upprlH- - him of thn alttw t yout hour. Kl tlnn In hp JiinlH, dear. (ii"l hy." "'Fnlher ltrnoltsr 'Kiss your Jar la I Tim audacloiw )un rrpn'hnle." Ami there Ilnhert llrooka milleil. He the rather chuckled ns he rlevernea nf this lrret.lHlhlo ton ol nn enemy who hnd undermined hl ridiculous nhatlnacy. He wna amlllnB MII is Illunche, hur rylne and hreathleaa, nearly run Into him la the next room. "Oh, father!" he sasptil. "Oh. father!'" chortl.-- her slra "And, Oh, Jarvllt As pnat-lhlt- fu ture msyur of this thrlvlnj; muolclpaV Ity, I think I shall muke thai clevw young man ray prim toloUttrr fr McCombs Producing & Refining Co. PRODUCERS TRANSPORTERS REFINERS MARKETERS High Grade Petroleum Products Prompt Deliveries n ABRAM RENICK, Pres., . Inter-Souther- Adequate Facilities Personal Service Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Sales Office: Producing Properties: Boatmen's Bank Building--. St. Louis, Mo. Estill, Wolfe, Lee Counties. Kentucky Refinery: East St. Louis, III. Offices: Winchester, Ky. INQUIRIES SOLICITED shoes ar almost out of1 date now. Little by little they hive shoes, given place to ra (lngle-toneand all black It af7 muth to favor) that Pat. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 8 1919. I HEADQUARTERS FOR "See America First". The resumption of American tourist travel In Europe is fixed for January, 1020. The fact that foreign travel has not been permitted has had the excellent result of making; Americans better acquainted with their own country. People who would naturally under ordinary condition! have taken European trips have learned the benuty and pn.sibilitics of Florida and the West. Before the war American tourists apent nnr.ually ;i00,000,00tl in Ita'y and Trance. Since then erent part of this money has gone Into Uncle cclTcrs, or into different Sam's branches of patriotic work. And the remainder has helped to increase the circulation of money in our own Attending to Chickens , And Garden. DISK HAEEOWS Osborne, International, John Deere and Brown. Com Planters. Hoosier and International. John Oeere and Brown Manley Riding Cultivators We have one of the most complete lines of Implements in Central Kentucky. "My neighbors are surprised to see me looking so well, for they tnougiit I would not live to see sum mer. I had such pain around my heart ns to cause me to faint. knew It came from bloating and pres sure of gas in my stomnch, A frlen In St, Louis told me to use Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy and I now feci better than in all my life. I am do lug my own work, nttending to my chickens and my garden and have cleaned house" .It Is a simple, harm less preparation that removes the ca tarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stonv nch, liver and intestinal ailments, In eluding appendicitis. One dose will country. If you can afford a trip nbrond next convince or money refunded. R. E year, well and pood. But make sure McROUERTS, Lancaster, nnd Drug gists everywhere. that you ore not neglecting your own country to do it. Maintains Equal Humidity. -SEE AMERICA FIRST." TI.e ulr In nil parts of a cigar case. vault or other place where mol.t Is kept equally lire Is ncishsl niiiild ty 11 new ielce In which Rhetoricians are. constantly re an electric fan drltes Its breeze minding us of what George Wnshing. through a box tilled with absorbent ton said about entangling alliances. material soaked In water. He urged this country to keep nloof Magnificent Royal Residence. from the problems with which Euro ""V He notable architectural fw penn politics were Interwoven. said It many years ago, when few lure of lt.rcklngham palace Is the towns In America were ns large lis ta'"ene of white marble, which bode tn the state apartments. Thee rungii'tli. nt suites are tilled with rlcob ss As n rule we associate Washing ojects or art ami historical Interest ton with Fourth of July celebration to the Itrlllh monarch by in with commencement exercises, and the royal visitors of iimiiy generations. molliflous oratory. We think of brass bands and streaming banners. At the mention of his name we vis unlize marble rtaUics perpetuating nis image, and oil paintings preserv Ing his features and the cut of his it STOP! LOOK! Wc are of iMiulppucI LISTEN! with mnchiiuTy to do nil kinds AUTOMOBILE - AND GAS ENGINE REPAIRING battery charter chnririiiK. auto-mobile, Wo enn On nil lnnkos of Atitumoliile or Ktitfines. funiLsh you with n new battery or repair your oltl Too Much Retrospect. one. We have installed and are now ready for battery mt took at our Line. Our Prices are Right. uniform. We rarely conceive him ns being internet)- - human, and abundantly en Wc have lowed with horse sense. hung so many frills upon him that in encumbering these cstmcnts he seems to voice pontifical utterances, So that his rvmrrk about alliances has established n religion, very much ns certain texts in the Epistoles hnve established the tenets of conflicting denominations. Washington was no hierarch. lie was supremely practical American and took things as he found them. took many voyage to Europe weeks, and his country was in no wny dependent on foreign trade. European contemporary history was a series of dynastic wars, and America had nothing to gain and every thing to lose by close association with Washington's pre tho Old World. cepts were uttered for the guidance of the newly born republic, just as the Mosaic Law applied to Isreal of the Old Covenant. Today these conditions ore re Europe is distant only a five versed. lays' trip. European wars today are not dynastic; they arc largely concerned with arguments between classes laborers, artificers, bourgeoisie, and landholders who lire War Veteran Band Leader Isn 't Fussy With our Aceytelene and Oxynen Weldintr Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an una engine or farniinir machinery. At nny time you need help on your Auto, Gas Katrine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of nuto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air nnd nre equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction guaranteed. About His Locale Patrick Phone 31. Man Is the Great Clrl v Ith 'y car. c Utile knot i'f lialr. hot mtlM stum! nut before il.take what Is coming to t!, Illnde. m & Conn. PAINT LICK, KY. Hlgh.Prlced Goats. n a bnisllnc state pure-breif'res often brine-lir- ; of $.V". HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. HASELDEN BROS. TEATERSVILLE. Sir. Mannie Grow matlc a business were enter tained Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Otto Simpson. Simpson of I.nncnster, Ibbbbv BBBB. bbbi aBBBn s t trip to Bryantsville Simple Rule for Success. The path of mip" In huslnrta ! Inviirltilily the path if common sense. Notwithstanding all that ha been said about "luky hits" tin- - best kind of mo cess In any man's life Is jiot that which (firm's by accident; the only good fortune we lire Justified In hoping fur I that which we are capable of making Mis Lillie Mac Sutton was the for ourselves. And we can only atweek-en- d guest of Miss Sara Wiln.ott tain success by constantly thinking near Hubble. success. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lone and family visited her mother, Mrs. Susan Broad-i!u- s American Newipaptr History. Sunday, Krnnklln contributed much Sanders Bros, cold five head of ' to the development of Journalism In Aberdeen-Angu- s cattle to A. D. Brad-- ! colonial days. An editor at the nee of thaw at a fancy price. lxtoen. and a prolific writer, lie was Mr. .mil Mrs. Kmi.Htt I.opc of Mad- Identified at some time or another In ison were with his parents, Mr. and III life with many of the 'newspaper' which flourished during this perloil. Mrs. Morris Lone Sunday. The olde- -t newspaper In the United Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son, Bur-- 1 States which has been contluueil with-u- t nett of Crab Orchard spnt thu week interruption of Issue or chance of end with Mrs. Mary A. Sanders n. me, Is the New Hampshire dinette. Mesdames Belle I'heriRO of Lex- It mix first published In Portsmouth IIington, V. Ti West (Mr. Wm. V - In 17. Saturday. Mr. E. B.. Ray has returned home after a ten days stay at Dry Ridge. A. T. Sanders sold to Hob Lone of I nncaster, a cow at 10 ccntr per lb. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill were with Mr. md Mrs. T. O. Hill and family W w & I H Orrson Is noted r them with t man's ears fir pmts, prlcrs In rre world and Toledo Ik HsiBIBv Arab Cooslderatlcn. There Is a story told of nn Arab beautiful nnd cnlua-I- . U' sttssl. Illi, eoinptmnns were ready to start their Jmtrney and wanted to I niv wliy lie had not Middled Ills 1 am nnsry," it use. "ItcciiiiM was bis v'tc iniscrm)! Did Dullness. Said the faretlnus plillo4i.li, r; "Iut-IIii- l' S4iinetlnnit nmiv for a rainy day Is excellent business mllry, but wllnt Ces n lot of frtlons In the lull, of the law Is putting It nnny for a dry one." Greedy for Wsspa, The common green frotfhasbei'ndls-rmerei- l to h,... nn In.atlnhle greed fur wasps. This extraordinary appetite does nut seem to lie In the least chocked iy an crn.lnnnl sting. Thr protis tlng odor of the frog, which sits niotlonle.s tt.in leaccs, no ilouht the must wury of Insects Into Louisville si tre of security, fl'ly. Willie's Escuse. slnng eiprcvloii "hariMlleI e(.'K to denote 11 tllsacreeiitile Mrs,,u rimluds us of a youngster who could not ent 1111 cki; without feellm; distressed. Chhled one day for sMnklna rudely to his mint, be sitld: "I can't help It mother; she uiTects me Jiit like Iloslun 'Iranscrlpt. nil c sc. The and) We Guarantee Our Prices ON Bemis Tobacco Transplanters, t 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, Sherwin-William- I Peoples I i.OllIK War Veteruw' sunt of Canada, which Is to make a tour of the Kocrth federal Hiwnt Ilhtrlct on behalf ot the Victory Loun campaign, doca not ncsst a band staad. lirbis and music rack for all hi men In order Ui give a concert. So will wages. lie has led his men throogh ma That Is what Kurope means to us chine tun. shrapnel and tilth explosive Are In KYanco and aar that any today. We need net become parhis hand may enerxin-tr- r tisans in every European territorial Incnnrenlencea rood atopa on the tour at cross quarrel, but no man in Lancaster who will be Ukn lujury compared to ptay-in- g (!) U not a Hip Van Winkle can fail to In the Acid. recognize that Kurope Is for us n livThe leader Is Ueut. T. W. Jasnea. ing reality not a quaint storehouse Meat. Jamee took the first Cana- dlsn band to Vrance In 1914. if historical associations hose first a hn organlxd a band slsnment waa to play Canadian moaks e to the Princess Patrician Hoiioit ol' tlit' I'oiulltloii Canadian Uaht Infantry to the Cana dian lines near Ptooestraet The concert wan held according to schedule and wu a soccrn In sntte of the ab sence of either Hsbta, band stand or sheet music. often peasants. If Europe becomes a dangerou place for americans it becomes n dangerous place for American goodl raw material' and manufactures. Wc shall be restricted to markets on this hemisphere, and, with the field narrowed, prices will be cut in two. Tllu luulur 01 1I10 iudou How Great Pocma War Written. Two of the greatest poems In the g nguage were written by chums against each other In friendly r'catry. They undertook to work at these iems for six months and then Kents went to the isiinpare results. Wight and wrote "llndviilon." Isle of nnd Shelley went to Marlon' and, l)lng III 11 boat on the Thames, wrote "The It.M.lt of Islam.'' Htr Heavenly Program. Aunt ;allle was a ery religious woman f the shouting variety She was telling the children iiIhiiiI beau 11, nnd what she expected to d" when she got there. "When I gits dm. honeys, I gwlne take a crown what a angel gwlne gimme, an' put It on my loud. Hen I gwlne git out my III' I nn play sonic of clem belun .u:ics mi It. t, 1 gulne uri-- t h t"V 111 ' htte wings nn Ily fuiu c'.ii Ihhiu tn cherry beam." ro Iter THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Coptdl i 50,000. Surplus S30,000. Bank Of btlttu Mt Hi? tOWU .'fttllt Uclt, A. It. DENNY, President. J. K. STOIt.MKS, Vlce-I'res- t. C M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DKNNV, Cashier J. Ii. HAItlMS, Individual HUGH MOHI.EV, General r. Cuiiutruf liurntrU, Kui of Kriituckj, At TnK('Uii or liriiKa ox thk lOthday of April IIKsorill'Ksi 1910. !ju Hud liLcutitit. ...... orlrl!.,M'tiirtl su.l uimt'urnl stiK'k.. Huu.U uiil titlivr 1'ue jrum ll.lik. ;..li uu It. ml Canvas of Business Men Shows Victory Loan Cannot Fail VO Safety Ocpotit Boxes For Rent. Srcurlu. ;!.C7JI7 ci ,ulu u7 w.2.0 1.1 14,1 s Paints and Varnishes of all kinds and colors. Automobile tires of all kinds and sizes. Uuiklnt lloiue. furniture mid Knurr. (Jthvr a. u nut lucluoVl nnd.r siiy o( Hliiu lir.d., (!) . Tuul I.I Villi. 11 IKS! Ill .I.il.l Stuck lsMlu. lu cs.l. ssri.lu. tiiu.l 1 fa. 3.1NM0O ul . t.'i'.soj .11 "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED". BECKER BRYANTSVILLE, and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. I I I a it,.iMj ltkiiAld pviu.iid onltU'.tv. ils.lL.iitJv-ttut:bckllJ.1.7- i'lif. mul udlwded wulHi. Wt ui Hill. 16 I'o.ut lisvltis.. ,.... ll'lv ll.nk. HU'l Tru.t Cuiuf.ulr. . Drult. ... tit 31.lrtM i. l'xlI Totsl ,. u:,rj si i at Ci.rrsrit. .ct Wtut.L. I'rw.i. ; .tul dni smt t'.abl.r ut ilio stow n.iutl 11.uk, I j!rlunly .wvsr Ib.t tb do Wil. .Ltr-- I mefit l.truti to lb. Wit uf our kuowlrds? sud K. t,. WOOIM.rruMtut.l MM. 11. 0, WOOIiH.C'a.bUr. Hubccrlbd sud .worn tu bsfureln. Ibl.sth ' I d.y ol April 1 rutuf Kriitucky.CouDtrot 1. Wf. K. I.. U'nurf.. k My ComuiUiiou Kspiro J.u. jo uu. BY CARTER GLASS, the With a view to determining terms of the Victory Liberty Loan It has been my duty to Inform ray sol f not only concern to ir (ha aarfaee conditions, which should be obvious to you businessmen and to every wrlV Informed American, bilt also concern-In- oar (he undercurrents affectinc nnancuu anc. rnauniruu weciarv anu which bear directly and Indirectly upon the Victory Uberty Loan. I have been with the aid of the beat mmdi at my dlafmiil and they Include the memhera of the great War Loan Organisation Dom at tna Troaaary In Waahlnctoo and throngb-ou- t the onotry wkteh baa so aue- 'easfally and brintasUy asnported the Treasury of Ut Uattad BtaUa through-oa- t vmrfaro in the period of !! the atody of thoaa oossdltiaaa and I am glad Indeed to be able to writ that aa a result of that study I take a very optimistic view of the prospect for the Victory Uberty Loan and of the future of Urti country. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. II. Swinebrond, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. K. Stormes, S. Q. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 fa Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON "MOLL Ii. F. Hudson, President, W. F. Champ, Cashier, OF HONOR." J. J, Walker, V. Pres. V. 0. Klcney, Asst. Cachier. Cleric. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Unusual Values IN NEW or 25 Per Cent Summer Footwear Off. on all wool suits, coats and dresses. We Summer Blouses III Dainty garments dozens of them in organdie?, voiles, and silks. Every woman who can use an extra blouse, will welcome the prices. Voiles and Organdies from 1.50 to $3.50 Silks from $3.50 to $1S.00. have a limited number left. wonderful values and save your purchases. See these money on Our showing of Pumps and Oxfords have never been surpassed. in white, black and brown The Joseph Mercantile Company. The One Price Store. See Our Carpet Department. House of Quality. Gossip About v? People Brit ( Mention Oomji byTntst A l Hie District meeting of Federate Hubs will be lit Id in I.anciuter, o I tiur day, Mny :.i'nd. Mr to Lcxinto:-- Mr. nnd .Mis. W. II. Smith motored . Sunday afternoon. Fiume. Whether the League of Nations will ever invite America to send an army to Kiume or somewhere else and help to eject Italians, or Jugo Slavs or somebody el.-this we know not. And, recognizing that we don't know, let us be mindful that there are many other kinks about the league whose twists are little be-- ( wildering to ur. Peace is supremely desirable. An' kind of a league that makes any kind of a stab at preserving peace in any kind of honorable way deserves our whole-hearte- d endorsement. But don't let us fool ourselves. Santa Claus will not come every day. We mut not promise ourselves that everything we want will happen automatically after a few delegates have signed their names. Half the nations of Kurope teem to want war day in ho'ier of her daughter Mix Annie 1. Houston, of friends I 'rv Jnmet '.'oytton en' itiuned Miss III'. Sinllh si the guest )f l.er jn.M in l.exiiijtcn rather than p eace just now. They are likely to nurre these bellicose enthusiasms for some time. If they pre nil members of the same league-a- s ourjclves, and they tell us to get in on a few of their wars because we are brother we may find the finale different from the overture. But peace is like every good thing; it is mighty hard to get-anonce acquired and insured, is worth all the effort spent in the at- Park Ordinance. The City Council of the City of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky do crdain as follows, It shall be unlawful for any perron or persons to trespass upon the grass in said park or to pluck any tlower in said park or to in any way injure any of the shrubbery in said park, or to throw rocks or any sort of rubbish in the basin in said pari: or to walk on or over the grass in said park, except for the puiposc of caring for same; and any person or persons violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall upon arrest nnd conviction be fined the sum of $5.00 for each offense. This ordinance thai! be in affect on and after Its passage and publication. J. M. DUNCAN, Mayor, Harry Anderson, City Clerk. the Comlni tad Art laurelled In. Chicag. Mrt. Katherinc .d.ises .tnyllle and liebn were home for '''e week-in- l Lexi-rtoschool. Smith from left Inst week far Mr. Tuesday Mrs V- - C. Galnet uni In Danville and relatives Louisville V- Arnold McMakin Mr. and Mrs. Harry (J Crutchfield n visit to friend" in Slmpsonsvillc and were in Stanford Sunday the guests of Mrs. K. II. Denham. ' Mis.s Kll.i Mae Hourne was the Mr. J. - Dickcrson and family. hat returned rnd Mrt. Will Diekerson attended the guest last week of Ml. nnd Mrs. John funtral of Mitt Keith llandclls in Underwood in Danville. Mr. John Walter has Mr r'red Fritbie it spending o few Lexington, Tuesday. returned il at home this week. Ml Alberta Anderson entertained home after a plc.nart visit to and Asheville, .V. C. :t)li h lumc. the John .Malcolm Chapter of the I. Mr K C. l.a.net A. I!. Wednesday afternoon at her .Mr. W. S. Carrier is in Louisville, rip to Lutai.l thl home on liielimond Street. this week to see his son, Glass CarMr. arnl Mr. Hush Mobley spent Mrt. J. W. Heagle and attractive rier, who is now stationed at Camp Sunday in Ilere-n- , with relatiees. daughter. Miss Mable Ileagle, of Taylor. I Miss Jom Mount nas returned itiM Mamie Stormet Dunn has Georgctoven, arc the guint of Mrs. J F. Ilolucltu- on Lexington avenue. home after a d.'lightful vi.it to' Mt Iron Mutiny ft lends in Lexington. Sterling the guest of her friend, Mirs Miss Annie II. lloytton. who has Mr. It. Walker is visiting tainment. Hurry Hudson from Campbrllsville. Maxwells Sell. The Central Garage sold this week two Maxwell Cars, one to Mr. S. A. .Morgan and one to Mr. Taylor Uancy. Neighbor Women Note. Among the senses that of overhear-- u n se ins to be the mot acute. ttlnile. - rela-tiv- n In Nfcholasville and Lexington. Mrt. Emma Kau:Tan hat return-i-ifrom a visit tu rrlatle in ISich-rici- Mnrg.iret llogie. Iteen spending a week with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jamet Itoyston, re. Corporal William II. Gastineau, of l turned Monday to Chicago, Illinois, the U. S. S. Kaiserin Augusta Vic-toiwhere the will resume her work in was here for a brief stay with the High School. hit mother, Mrs. Klizabcth Logan. Criafn ' Vsro r Mratrt llradley Dourne, Charles Dr. T. J. Hood made a business Mr tu lliil liebimvn bat gtm Lexington for a vMt tu Mr iteden Dunn, Hudson Friable, Hobcrt Woods, tup tc the niuuntsins this week. Dr, Allan Johnson, Kelvin Walker, How Hood is pleated with the town of lit, ant. man Grant, Irvine Stapp and John I'otir I'ork, Kyr, and expects to locate Mrt. LlitabeHh Uu(Am i vWtlag KMrhUr. attended the Kappa Delta tl.ire soon. nrr daughter, Mrt. J. W. Aeejr in etanee in Levinnton. Mr. J. I. Gill left foi He.iderson- Stanford. He has nc Mum Mattie Adnmt, of the Kurfuxil vi:ie, X. C, last Sunday. reMr ami Mra. W. A. Spoith College, motoreil over from cepted n position with the Chilmera Hutine turn after n vkit tu relative in Lexington with her cousins, Virginia Motor Cr.r ConiMny and will nave Louiatitle. hit heaihiuarterj at Hendersonvilli! and Wal Adams, for the week-enMr..r It. K. Mcl'.oWrts ami '.V. St. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mist Carrie Miller, who has been Adams, on liichmond Street. Cook made n bu.lnet trip to I.exiiiR-towith nor sifters, in Vt Virginia, ' this week. Mrt. Calwlle Denny entertained at for teveral months, returned honie She was accompanied Mrt. Cfctrlet Deii'Jinn, of Nlehol-wvili- !an elegant six o'clock illnner m honor Wednesday, C uf her tittar, Mrt. of her friend, Mit Annie II. Uoyston by htr titer, Mr. and .Mrs. ,N it the Numerous Hnrth. Illinois. llrnloy llastin. of Chie-aa-,, courses wat served and the evening n Dr. J. J. Hyme, the Mitt Fannie Ilnu-un- , State Libra- wa much enjoyed by all present. Danville Optometrist, is in Louisville rian, of Fntnkfmt, is spending . few this week attending the annual meetdays m Lnncttttfr. Mrs, K. C. Guinea wtt at home to ing of the "Kentucky Optical Asso n fow friends at a dinner party in Meetrs riteve ami Jake Robinson ciation". Dr. Hyrne's next trip to compliment to her ulster, Mit Annie uf Danville. i.ti' apending several day Lancaster will be about the last week II. Uoyston. The dining table had in May. it lito li.,;r!.-..--. Hotel. for iti center piece a basket of tpring .Mr. nnd Mrt. John Drown of Louis-villiIt was a charming and Dr J. C. Massee, who is holding a Slower. affair. protracted meeting in Danville at th have been guettt of her parent!, Mr. ami Mrt. Jamt llwnslde. Haptist church, was mingling with his At the close of the Womnn'a Club many friends Monday Mrt. Florence Grant nnd Mrt. year, the following new officer were Quite a number of the Haptist eon Chariot Anderson spent Tuesday in ejected, Mrt. J. S. Gilbert, president, gregation of this city will attend the Danville with Mrt. Walden. ; meeting Mrt. J. K. Stormet, this week. Mrt. Sam llaselden. Treasurer; Mrs. Mrt. W. It. Cook nnd Mr. WooiU Word has just oeen received by Napoleon Trice, secretary, and Mrs. WnlJcer attended the Mny day oxr-rlte- t Kmnia Kauirman, Librarian. A splen- Mr. W, O. Goodloo of the serious of IC. C. W. in DanvilU Hntur-ilaof his sister, Miss Nannie Good did report of the work done during the year and a largo number of bookt loe, who has been teaching In t'io D. Mm. James liuytton and daughter, have been added to the library. Lad- nnd D. school in Tnlledngo, Alabama. Mitt Annie II. Iloytton, enjoyed the les of the club have presented n reti-t- i Mist Goodloe hat heart trouble ami her brothers have been ummoned to for one Jiotpltallty of Mra. Hen Hudson 'ii to the grocers Her many Lancaster her bedside. a day friends hope for :. rncedy recovery , he m aJ I. ! I HL,' , 1 aaaaalalHI gut A Good Tire Year You have doubtless noticed the growing preponderance of United States Tires. Every one is asking for tires of known value and proved dependability. And that is precisely what United States Tires represent in the minds of motorists here and everywhere. Jee The idea back of United to build good tires the best tires that can be built, is appealing to rapidly-growinnumbers. States Tires After nil Illness of n little moro than a week with typhoid fever, Miss I (!) (!) Presli Cat Fish Sweet Potato, Tomato and Cabbage Plants. Keith Uansdell. dau liter of .Mr. and .Mrs. ilollis Itansdcll. died at the Good Samaritan Hospital In Lex iigton. Mist Uansdell was a neico of Messrs Kbb and Will Dicker-soof this citv. nml was well ami (!) popularly knuwn here where she had often visited tit the homes of Iter rel Much sympathy it extended atives. the family In this hour of sadness. (!) We can provide you with United States Tires to meet and meet exactly your indi- i I (!) a vidual needs. ill ;) ! ;I3 Sander's Variety Store. ! I I WE SELL FOR LESS. Evidently Her. In the mylng Allco It Intent-te- d printed each day, A few days ugo she read one that was tlgncd with Initials 1 ho tame at her own. The small mi's wn excited and, bringing the pupec hi her mother might ce ulo, the Joyfully explained: "Mumniu, here'a a saying that must be mine, Ynuo It' got my 'nllluls 'brolilered right on the United States Tires are Good Dre&v We know United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them. Haselden Bros. Garage. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsvllle. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick- - The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. May 8 1919. DC u ii 11 ir-- nc MORE ATTENTION STACKING TO Have Your Tires Retreaded Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e can half sole-a- nd cess of retreading-n- ot half price. rebuild a tire at less than OF STRAW of WELSH & WISEMAN of CO. Conserve Valuable Source Roughage and Bedding. Stiekt Should B Now Showing A Complete New Collection Constructed to Shed Rain and Finished by Rounding Off Top Baling Direct From Thrasher Saves Time. 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. J Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. 1C Walnut Street. 31 Danville, Kentucky. IE 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. Walking Cultivators $15. Smoothing Har rows $12.50 and $22. Cultipackers CHEAP. hy the t'ntle.1 Stairs tvpart mfni or Aftncuiiur.! Care In stacking straw at thrashing time present's It fur ne ns roughage fur live stock and fur lietlillng and may lo prevent scourges of biting tiles. known ns stnble files. Mot of the stalile fill's which sometimes appear 111 great numtiers breed In fermenting straw. The department urges that more attention than uual he glen to raring for the straw this season. As only n small tinrt of the straw produced In the grain belt ran be baled Immediately or placed under coer to prevent weathering, straw stacks should be built so that they will shed rain. One or two men should spread the straw evenly over the stack, tnunp It, and keep the sides straight. The blower should also be regulated to oIh tain een distribution of the straw over the stack. The stack should be finished by rounding off the top and hauling nuay or spreading thinly any loose straw that may be left around (frrparrj FASHIONABLE for Especia ly Featuring ATTIRE EARLY SUMMER WEAR Graduation and Commencement Apparel. Summer Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Suits and Capes we have ever shown. DRESSES-I- n plain, printed and beaded Georgettes, Crepe de street and evenClienes, Foulards, Taffetas and Silk Nets-f- or ing wear; also an exquisite collection of Organdie, Voile and Linen Dresses for Commencement and Graduation wear, at $15.00, $19.75, $25.00, $29.50, $35.00, $39.50 to $59.50. BLOUSES-- Of Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Chene, Voile and Organdie-i- n the new Cossack and other novel styles. Fully fiftv different models to select from, at $3.75, $5.90, $6.75 to $15.00. SKIRTS-No- w ready with a most attractive line of Summer Skirts-f- or dressy and sport wear-i- n Jjaronette Satins, Far.tasi Silks, also, Washable Satins and Gaberdines at and Dew-Ki- st prices most reasonable-$5.9- 0, $6.75, $8.75, $12.50 to $25.00. have done a most remarkable SUITS AND CAPES-W- e Spring business on Suits and Capes-an- d are still showing a most complete line of both-SUIat $25, $29.50, $35., $39.50, $45. and up. CAPES at $10.00, $15.00, $19.75, $25.00, $29.50 and up. NEW SUMMER MILLINERY-i- n Malines and Milan Straws. NEW SUMMER FOOTWEAR-i- n Oxfords, Pumps, Colonials. TS We have received hundreds of new garments the past week, and are now ready with the most beautiful assortments of early BBPPspWkWBBBprt J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. Well-Mad- e Stacks Will Shed Water, The Flow of Meat Two-thirof the live stock in the United States has to be raised in the West. ds the base. Haling the straw direct from the thrasher sa-- s time and prevents Injury from weathering, but the expense of baling Is too grmt to Justify Its rommoti ue. If the straw Is baled after stacking. any part which Is spoiled should be spread a manure or should be burned. Stable tiles prefer to breed In oat straw, but may breed In wheat, baric), or rice straw. In nearly all serious outbreaks It has been found that the straw In which tuo tiles bred was not stacked properly and that It was soaked by heavy rains which fell s.Hn after thrashing. In many rases the stacks were wet completely through and thus spoiled for feeding. Stable lliii also hreeil In horse ma nure, especially In strauy manure, so that hauling the manure nnd spreading It on the flehls helps to reduce their number nml prevent annojance to horses and cattle. As house tiles also reed In manure, hauling the manure from the stables and yards aids In keeping down this pest. ilbe DANVILLE, GUY. WELSH & WISEMAN CO. KENTUCKY. HEADING BACK APPLE TREE Time to Begin Work When Tree Has Reached Height of 18 or 20 Feet, Which Is Limit. When an apple tree has reached a height of IS or 20 feet It Is time to begin heading back. This height Is about the limit up to which good spraying ran be done, and picking becomes more hazardous In trees al low ed to exceed It. It Is better to limit the height of the tree than to let It grow higher for a few years and then rut back. The cutting back should e made on wood three or four years Id nml Just above strong Interal branches which ran supply sufficient leaf surface and bearing wood. If old trees have been neglected and allowed to grow with little or iw pruning for u number of jears head ing back ran best be done by degrees, pruning back part of the top one jenr and completing the rest f the work the next. One-hal- f live in the East. of the consumers of meat In other words, most of the live stock is one or two thousand miles distant from most of the people who need it in the form of food. Fifty years ago, when live stock was raised close to every consuming center, the country butcher could handle the job after a fashion. But the job got too big. Now millions of animals have to be moved hundreds of miles to millions of people. Somewhere on the way they have to be turned into meat. The packers solved the problem. They set up plants where the "live haul" and the "meat haul" were in the right balance. They built up distributing systems refrigerator cars, refrigerating plants, branch houses. They saved time, money and meat everywhere. The stockraiser benefited in better markets and higher prices; the consumer, in better meat and lower prices. As the country grew, the packers had to grow, or break down. Because of its present size and efficiency, Swift & Company is able to perform its part in this service at a fraction of a cent per pound profit IRST FEEDING FOR CHICKS Nothing Should Be Given for 48 Hours, Then Some Grit, Water and Boiled Egg. Let the rhlrks irb unfed for IS hours. then ghe n llltle grit and some fresh Let the first feed bil finely water. crumbled boiled egg, bread crumbs or some good nnd tested proimred thick feed. Ion't moisten with water, but ue a little sweet or buttermilk. I'ccd scantily at first. It l nil right, however, to feed often. Tor the feedings n little line grains, such next as prepared oats, cracked wheat, etc., scattered In the litter will give u little needed exercise. If beef scrap Is fed wait to give this until the little fellows are a week or ten days old. PUREBREDS ARE IN DEMAND Market l Expected to Be Materially Improved In Next Few Years, Breeders Believe, Swift & Company, U. S. A. Ilroa-ldus- . The general feeling among the lending breeders of beef rullle Is that the Mr, and Mrs. John Smith enter demund for purebred breeding animals will not only continue, but ba tained at n delightful lining Sunday materially Improved for the next few in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Words are years. This Is based upon the ex- Smith of Danville. tremely high prices being paid for marto desrribc the bounteous ket cattle, the desire the necessity dinner that wai served at high noon, to Improve the herd of the country and was enjoyed to the fullest by all. generally and the acute scarcity of 1 lie guests present were. Mr. and good cattle. BOURNE. Mrs. Holmrt Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Kverette (Irow and baby, Mrs. Grace Mrs. F, W Montgomery Is quite ill. Mr. J. I.. Yantis was the guest of Suttn.i and daughter MIjs Virginia, Mr, und'Mr. James 1 Yantis and Mrs. Joe Hicks remains seriously Mr. A. V. Knvannugh Tuesday. ill. is sons, George nnd Hcrsc'iel. Miss Hazel Foley of Taint l.ick visiting her cousin, Miss Lizzie Foley. Mr. and Mrs. John Ilroaddus en Mrs. John Hicks nnd family from Misses Mary, F.llen and I.ucy Tur tertained at n dining Sunday, their Mrs. Joe Hicks Saturday night. ner were visitors Friday of Miss Cnr-ri- e children, crand'children nnd a nuin Miss Addie Mae Marsee is visiting her of relatives and friends, the oc Ynter. ccsion being the fiilth birthday up- her cousin Miss Lucille Huffman. of lluena Miss Lettie Ilroaddus of Mr. Ilroaddus. The Vista spent the week end with Miss niversary Mr. Sil Doolin and family were home was beautiful with its decora, Jean Ilroaddus. tions of lilacs. The dinner served nt visiting Mr Joe Tierce nnd family, Mrs Alex Kiilion was the reeenl noon of several delicious courses was Sunday, guest of her mother Mrs. Hill of elegant in every detail. I'ictures .Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Spenke nnd Mr. Hriidshaw Mill. were taken of those present in reMrs. Armndn Coy of Richmond is membrance of the pleasant day. At J. T. Spcake and daughter, Alberta, tlic pleasant guest of her sister, Mrs. a late hour in the afternoon nil re- were in Lexington Saturday. Jflin Ilroaddus. luctantly departed for their homes Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton were Smith will spent the nfter thanking the host nnd hostess Miss week end with Miss Virginia Sutton for the delightful day nnd hoping with her mother, Mrs. F. W. Mon'.-ne- ar Ijinrastcr werj with li.s mother, on the C. 0. Tike. tint Mr. Ilroaddus wojld have mmy Konicry Sunday. Miss Mury llelle Halcomh of Dry-j- 'l more happy birthdays. tsvllle was the guest Sunday of the Misses ilroaddus. Mesdamcs Amanda Coy and John DE 1C 3E 2L Ilroaddus were visitors Monday (if Mrs. Clay Ilroaddus. Misses Flonnie uml Scvnnnnh I.nne entertained n number of friend i Friday, very delightfully, Mr. nnd Mrs. Taylor lloltoti of Scotts Fork visited Mr. und Mis. Kverette (irow recently. Is temporarily located just back of the Post Oiriee Mes-.r- s (ireer. and Alford Toyntcr at present, but hope to be In permanent tiuarters in purchased the 40 jcre farm of Joint Kuvuiuugh, colored, for 413,000. a few weeks. Mis3 Florence ''richett has returnWe are in the market fqr all kinds of ed to her, home in Danville after an extended visit to her cousin, Mrs Henry Yutor. Ward nml Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert children motored tsj l'tiint l.ick Sun day anil were guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Milford Ledford. for which we pay the highest market price and will Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomps Ilroaddus of appreciate your business. Klrksville, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy JJroid- dus and children of Iluenu Vista were visitors Sunday cf Mr. nnd Mrs. John The Mercer Produce Co PRODUCE, HIDES, ETC. 0 MERCER PRODUCE COMPANY. J. A. BRATTON, Manager . Lancaster, Keatucky. 311 M ii ii This Is Not This is only a photograph of some of the shoes that we rebuild every day. Do not throw away a comfortable pair of shoes because they seem to you to be beyond repair. Let us tell you what we mean by "NEW SHOES FROM OLD ONES" A Rubbish Heap AAEKel We rebuild shoes we do not cobble. We retain the flexi- bility of the sole. We use only the best stock. We employ only the best workmen. The difference between cobbling shoes and factory repairing is worth knowing. Come and see. WE USE THE GOODYEAR SYSTEM : Parks and Hendren Shoe Hospital Danville, Kentucky. OF She will be taken to Derea Hospital1 rison Lilian! were guests of Mrs. John I Dailty and daughters Wednesday. for an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley, Mr. Juke Jennings and Miss Myrtle Mr. Johnnie Sparks is ill with pneu-mcniBrock, and Mr. Luther Lake and Miss Mr. Bernard Ray and Mr. Elijah motored to Lancaster SaturBrock drove to Rev. W. II. ' Miss Zora Stephens is ill with Elizabeth Bryants last Wednesday where both day. ' pneumonia. couples were united in marriage. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley and Miss Bessie Scott spent Sunilay Mr. Salem Wylie departed this life Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Moberley and with Mis Mattie Beulah Cobb. Saturday evening, May 3rd. He v.ns daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl MoberMr. and Mrs. Victor Sanders spent ".' jears of age. He had been con- ley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday nfteraocn with her mother, fined to his bed for almost two years, Walter Casey and, family. Mrs. Mnrsce. as the result of a fall from a wagon ' Mr. and Mrs. Huke Preston spent load of hay. A few weeks age he Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. confessed lis faith in Chris: and was "EatcHha'uiKoop'mdusardMoifcroiit" ' Taylor Holton. baptised at him home by Rev. 1". I. Bryant. Mrs. Ike Duncan anil little daughFuneral services were "".iter Hallio It., spent Sunday with Mrs. nducted at his home Sunday afternoon Lewis Simpson. at - o'ekek by Rev. Bryant after COMrCUND Mr. nnd .Mrs. Everett Duncan and which the remains were laid to rest C( Tfh irf tro of tl o end ! TLoovihIj CHOCP ofVhf t children spent Sunday with Mr. and in the Wallaccton cemetery. Hqo the hcicacv vt rVIry' Mrs. Edgar Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wylie are the Ilotcy ttu 1 Tar Cur fouu .. for it, tc ml'lj Mrs. Itobert Price is visiting her proud parents of a fine boy, born Itlij fur tttr.-- tccr.;ii j. daughters, Mesdames Walker Bur-dtt- April 30th. It has been christened, It ts.sCcs coot! ar.d icoihca Ra:ph. It is quite a lucky child in the raw. inflamed turfarcj; and Robert C.irter. ctopt the rutpinf, itran.in; having more living grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain and chil-ilre- n fetlinyin the threat. were the week end guests of her I than most children can boast of. Whj- Merriment wi'h THc youngster eight has grand mbt itstt or ixit.li wn tLtcvsn. ootrifd it Ton ran et til parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mat Kolgcr of (ranniue FaJey' 6t-- t iti. . u irioe! mothers nnd four grand fathers. Mt Somerset. ' nml Air. Inlin VCVli'rt nf nnnr Prnl. tou.al- - co cr tp cc;Lr tra?lai driers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dule Lemay and fan.. 0rcIiari, aml j,,. anJ Mr9 j, D, SOLD EVERYWHERE. and Miss Linda Preston and Jessie .er of Cartcrjv!o nre its srand.r,ar- F.'viib tui.uti .'id uim cn(8 Mr. am. Mrs. C. S. Koop. Mr ii, rrrsion ani lamiiy, nnd Mrs. John Anglin, Mm. Salem Wlie and Mrs. I M. Carter c.11 of crl WHEN YOU SUFFER near Cartcisville are Its great grand ' parent", and Mrs. Minerva Roop of comOnensboro and Mrs. Margaret Ili.r-- i FROM RHEUMATISM old of Stanford arc its sreat-gic- Public Sale Stock and Farming Implements on Fairview Farm Having oltl my farm, I COY FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR will on Wednesday, May 14 SELL THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS: DR. Four work nnile. two Norman ninre. nooil workers; two driving mares, one bined home, two young jacks, two jennie, three tine jersey cows, one yearling heifer, two yearling steers, sixteen line Red Uerkshire brood sows and pigs, one Registered Red Kentucky Rerkshire boar. I Almost anv man will tell vou WOLF TRAIL. Mr. Ira Masters spent Sunday with .Mr. Mose Ray. J.W.Mtr Chiropodist Quite a number attended Court at For practically every man has oted Richmond last week. It who ha suffered from rheumatic aches, soreness of muscles, stiffness of Miss Annie Mac was a guest of joints, the results ol weather exposure. Miss Inez Lajid Sunday. Fairbanks-Mors- e gasoline engine, one So. Women, too, by the hundreds of Including one fifteen horse power portable .Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMilllan were thousands, use it for relieving neuritis, S Rowsher Com I t Illizzard Cutter, fifty feet of pipe, one portable power grindstone, one No. lame backs, neuralgia, sick headache. visiting relatives Sunday. Qean, drills, one corn (juickly rcirc4tong,sootliine(economical, Mr. Jasper Sebastian spent Wed bination Mill with sucker, one Peering binder, One Superior drill, two one-horeffective. Say "feloan'j Liniyour druggist. Get It today. nesday night with Mrs Wllbcrt Dailey two-horriding cultivators, one walking cultivator, four ment-to planter, one sorghum planter, three Master Robert Davis was a visitor one-horcultivators, two one-horplows, one weeiler, two McCormick mowing machines, one of .Mr. Powell Dailey and family Sunday. tedder, one Deering hay rake, one alfalfa cultivator, two Clark cutaway harrows, two smoothMr. and Mrs. Jam?s Clousp spent ing harrows, one spring tooth harrow, two riding plows, four Oliver steel beam walking plows, sift puu Miy; mi Vls" .upaupo, wagons, one manure spreader, one roller, one potato digger, half interest in three two-hors- e James Land. lime spreader, one good buggy, carriage, one buckboard, two dirt scrapers, n good set of blackMrs. Josephine Dailey end son, CARTERSV1LLE. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Powell smith tools, forge, drill, etc., a number of sets of farm gear and tools of all descriptions found Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Carter Dailey last week. on a farm and a lot of household and kitchen furniture, a few pieces of antique furniture, n girl May 4th. Miss Eunice Casey is visiting her too numerous to mention. eide board, tables, etc., and a number of other things Mrs. Zannle Ward of Earncstville, grand-parentMr. and Mrs. W. T. Is visiting friends neur Caitersville. Mcberley this week. Miss Gracie Teater spent Saturday Misses Eliza Tincher, Kutc Holman Mid Maggie Wilson have the measles. night with her grand-parentMr. and Mrs. Lola Shull of Camden Ohio, is Mrs. Allen Teater. Miss Jessie B. Ray entertained at jail Hunisu DiK puu 'J it 'siuoji-dinner Sunday, Mr. Abner Ray and John Turner. Mrs. Jell Davis wns suddenly Miss Myitle Teater. DUNN and TOOMDS, Auctioneers, Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and son liar- SHELBY CITY, KY, stricken with uppendlcitis, Sunday. Farming Implements that Sloan's Liniment means relief FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office DANVILLE Cilchtr Hotel, every Wednesday Tu-da- and Friday W. P. Givens RICHMOND Monday and Thursday. STANFORD, Saturday only. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. May 8 1919. AN ORDINANCE. AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR SALE dF A TELEPHONE FRAN. CIIISE IN THE CITY OF LAN. CASTER, GARRARD COUNTY, STATE OF KENTUCKY. The City Council of the city of Lancaster, (inrrnnl County, State of Kentucky, ilo onlnln ns follows: Sec 1, That there is hereby creat-o- il n franchise or nml established privilege to erect, operate nml main, tnln n telephone exchange embracing central office nipnrntus, telephone poles, fixtures, cables nml wires alone, through, over nml under the streets, sidewalks nml nllcys of the said city of Ijincnstcr, Kentucky. Sec. 'J, The snhl frnnchuc or priv-lie"hall continue for the period of ten years from nml nftcr the time tr.e rame slr.ll take tlTcct. rf salJ Sec. 3. The purchner franchise or privilege ir.ny nssiun ir transfer the same Sec. I. Said poles, fixtures, cables nnd wires shall be erected nml maintained in n substantial and workmanlike manner; raid poles shall be neatly panted nnd shall be so located ns not to interfere with the legitimate cntrnnce to nny adjacent private property, nor to obstruct the free use of said streets, tiJeMalks and alleys for the purposes of public Beginning Tuesday, May 6th MR. SQUIRREL COMES TO HIS SENSES. Not many years ago, Mr. and Mn. Squirrel were presented with two little babjr squirrels. Now these two little squirrels lived for many month In their home at the top of the nigh oak tree at the edre of the big woodi. Mn. Squirrel did not allow Sammy and Danny, for that was their namea, to go down on the ground because old Mr. Hear or Mr. Weasel might happen along Just at that time, and be unusu- ally hungry. And, of course, that ' would be Tery, very unfortunate for Sammy and Danny. Hat as the winter months passed by, i the spring with Its warm days came along. Mrs. Squirrel decided to let tbcm venture down the tree, and get acquainted wfth little Bremus Rabbit, and Vixen Fox. Old Mr. Squirrel sat on his front porch enjoying a smoke one fine morn-- , Ing, watching the capers of his thil-- ) drcn, who were playing with little went , Everything Breraus Rabbit. ' along very nicely until Bremus Rabbit Squirrel: fald to Danny "My daddy bought me three VIC- - J TORY LIBERIA NOTES. How many j j did yours buy you?" For a minute, poor Danny fald noth. Ing. being ashamed to admit that hU ' daddy had not bought any bonds for him. Then finally he rnnko up. And Continuing for Eleven Business Days, We will Offer Our Entire Stock of TfllLORFsD SUITS, COATS and GAPES at very special reduced prices All of these represent the very latest styles and the best tailoring from both New York and Cleveland. We advise that advantage be taken bf these reduced prices, as we already know positively that on account of several existing conditions-main- ly prices on all fine woolen materials and garments the labor question-th- at will be higher this Fall. NO GARMENT SENT ON APPROVAL. TAILORED SUITS $75.00 TAILORED SUITS wMl be $50.00 TAILORED SUITS will be $50.00 $65.00 (except navy, black) will be $39.50 50. TAILORED SUITS 845. TAILORED SUITS (except navy and black ( will be $35. S40. TAILORED SUITS (except navy & black) will be $29.50 SPECIAL LOT OP CHOICE NAVY AND BLACK PURE WOOL SERGE SUITS AT $25.00 travel. Sec fi, The purchaser of said franchise or privilege. Ins successors or assigns, shall promptly replace all paving and macadamizing that may le disturbed by said purchaser in setting said poles, nnd shall nt said purchaser's own expense remove nil dirt und debris that may arise in making excavations for that purpose. All work of setting poles shall be done un.Ier the supervision of the street rsrunittre. and it shall be the duty s of said conimlttie In see that the of this ordinance nre faith ful'y complied with. Tl.c city of Lancaster Sc si.nil haw t e right to place, n.nin-tnipolice nml iterate it Are purchaser wires upon poles of sa-(within corporate limits if said city) free uf charge, provided said wires s all be so located upon said poles in sue1' n wa us not to interfere with the w.rcs cf said purchaser The purchaser agrees to furnish, free of charge to the city of Lancaster. thre long distance Pay Station telephones with metntic circuits, to be placed where directed by snld city within said city Sec. 7. If after said exchange is established, said purrhasir, his successors or nssigns, shall fail to perform nil terms nnd conditions of this ordinance, said City Council may, nfter giving said purchaser, his successor or assigns, reasonable notice of such failure, nnd such failure is not remedied, revoku nil rights and privileges herein granted, nnd cause all poles, wirts nnd apparatus erected under this ordinance to be remov, ed. Nothing in this franchise shall be construed so ns to give the purchaser, its successors or assigns, any exclusive right to the privilege granted in Section 1, Sec. 8. The rates to be chargi d for telephone service in residences hall not exceed the sum of tl.CJ por month nnd the charges for business houses and ilfircs shall not exceed the sum of J2.7C per month nnd all subscribers of said Telephone shall hnvo free service on nil telephone lines tlfroughout the County of (Jar-rurand also through the Hubble exchange. Sec. !. Work on said telephone plant shall be commenced In good faith within thirty days from the date of the sale und acceptance of the bid for same ami shall bo completed within six months from said date by the purchaser or purchasers of said franchise. Sec. 10. Within ten days after tho approval nnd publication of this ordinance, it shall lie the duty uf said City Council through ita Mnyor to advertise in the Central lircord, the only newspaper published in the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, nnd having n general circulation therein, for two consecutive weeks, that bids will be received nt public outcry for the before mentioned franchise or privilege mid raid Mayor shall according to such advertisements receive such bids, mid report same to said City nt Its next regular meeting, j Council I nnd said City Council shall nward (such franchise or privilege to the highest mid best bidder, subject boss vvr to the approval of said City Council. Said udtcrtUcincitts shall rcsesvo the right to reject uny and all bids. The bidder to whom such franchise or privilege shall be uvvard-e- d shull pay the amount of such bid In tush, or by duly certified check, to the treasurer of said City of Ky within ten days after said SILK TAILORED SUITS ALSO AT REDUCED PRICES. Coats, Capes and Dolmans for Women and Children Over One Hundred choice new garments to select from. These ranged in price from $10.00 to $59.50 and during this Sale will be specially reduced. "I gues my daddy forgot," raid Danny, who by this time was banging his head in shame. Old Mr. Squirrel had heard every word of the conversation, and ran about his porch In a furious wrath. He was angry for two reasons: first, because Mr. Rabbit had bought his little boy something which his little boys had not enjoyed, and. second, because Mr. Babbit bad shown himself a good patriotic dtixen by buying Victory Notes, and be had tried to get out of It , Tm a fool,'' said old Mr. Squirrel, as be knocked the ashes out of his pipe, "lor trying to shift my duty onto someone else." The next day Sammy and Danny were the haplest squirrels In the big woods. Thetr daddy bought them twice as many VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS as Bremns Fox had bought. A. B. F01XT3II0tTETm"IAI sw eaildrei Robertson DANVILLE,- KENTUCKY., & Bro ear, earn. K Jt solesee VOTE THE STANLEY-BLAC- Patriotic Act, Yes, and Goods A-War's l Investment call took H. Florello out of bis seat In Congress, vbere be served for the 14th New York district, and pjit him In the seat of an airplane in the active service. He has written the following plea for 1,715 Bowl the Victory Liberty 1.1110 i,m; liicathltt DtlftCJudrdia Loan. 1..VW Carter i..'.u TM SRI t'l.i) By F. H. LaGuardla. XCi I'llntui ISTi t'unilierland M 1,117 l.HSl Klllott Certainly a people who have 2,livl riojd leaned their money to the coun1,"7- Ilreentll try to eondct war will cheerfully I larl;m 4U1 lend again to maintain ptace. ir0 .laikon The money given to the four Johnson Nil 7s.. previous loans was used for the Kun, i I.'JW l.loo purpoee of war. The war has been 7.Vi Kno l,.v.;i wen. AH expectations have been lull li:t Ijuvremi le'iM i.miu realised. The enemy has been 7.7.) M'J Letcher beaten and crushed; autocracy l.'.-.Masolllil 158 and militarism have been com. VM l'JS Marll pletely deatreyed. I) 4111 Menifee In order that we may enjoy the r.su Moiiroo Itlll aontinwed blessing of peace and J,!C.--l ,.. L'.iCii; Moroni retain all that which has been 11)7 '.1KI Owsley at the coat of thousands of 1171 H Terry .. Ihrae. M,ls nessessry for the gey. s.utn I'lke .V.l MiMajrt,b again appeal to Its Powell li l.SHI i,t:ii and ask far another loan to 1117 W.I ItocVcu.tl.i "earry at the necessary poet-wa- r 7DI 714 ltounii ' ansae res. .V.l'.) MS Iiuell I eja not, know how much of 1)11) 1)3.1 Wolfe one's wealth a 'goad American 71X1 Whitley 73 oogH .to Invest, but I do know l.iiO!) Wune Matt tne people who are living 233 McCreary here and wao have money to lend Ask Governor llluck how be saved r In a peaHlen to do a bscanee the Democratic ticket when he ran beour boy whs left their nentea hind Stanley 4,l.'kl votu. an) wne aHed In the great caoee Advertisement. gave igg per eent ef their all. Governor lllack Is going over the State claiming that he bated the Dem-Krutticket In 1913. Did he) See below comparison of figures of the oltldul vote. votes; Stnnley received '.'lO.OUl llliick r celved l.'i.SVi volet; Stanleys majority over lllack was 4,130. Stanleys majority over Morrow was 471. If lllack had been the nominee for .iovernor Instead "f Stanley, Morrow noillil hate defeated him by 3,Uo3 votes. y Governor Klack claims that his was 8,7'JO votes, which Is true; but lie falls to ei plain that Morrow f ran more than O.UUO votes ahead my othercandidate on the lteiiulillcitu greatticket, and that his majority was er than Stanley's' beruuse of this fact, n. (I not because of the number of otes which lllack received. iovernor lllack also claims that he received a strong: vote In the mountain counties. Find below the official vole of .'. mountain counties which slum Dial Governor Stanley cnriled US counties over Governor mountain War!;. Governor lllack shows a lend over Stanley In 0 mountain counties only, and one of them Is his home-county. Stanley lllack b!XI (CI Hell . Announcement TO In THE PUBLIC ld service, the CinTire Company, has .selected Danville as a cinnati Branch of the Lincoln, Garrard, Mercer, Pulaski, Marion, Washington, point of distribution. Anderson, Jessamine, Henry, Owen, Grant, Gallatin, Laurel, .Madison, Estill, Bourbon, Casey, Bell, Whitley, Franklin, Woodford and Boyle counties will be , hnndled by the Danville Branch. THE SPRINGFIELD TIRE COMPANY, N. THIRD STREET, DANVILLE, KY., has been formed to do an exclusive tire business. Automobiles have become such potent, socinl and commercial factors that satisfactory tire service. The strength, beauty, there tires have become standard facts. Cnrowners and quality of , have coma to realize that quality is the cheapest buy in the lonjr run. Mr. .lames S. Mahnn, formerly of the Simmons Hardware Co., and recently of the Danville Motor Co., has been mndu Sales Manager for this territory. The needs of Hie trade in Boyle, Lincoln, Gnrrard mid Mercer counties will be is an insistent demand for Kelly-SprinKfie- ld order to render a modern, prompt ami appreciative 1,J :7 ml handled by W. S. Dunn nnd Robert B, Dunn. REPRESENTED IN GARRARD COUNTY BY Stormes Drug Store J. E. STORMES. W. B. MASON. franchise Is awarded. This ordinance shall take effect aid be in full force from and after its passage und publication. J, M. DUNCAN, Mayor. Harry Anderjan, Clerk.