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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 15, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919051501_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 15, 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. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 15. 1919. ANNOUNCES FOR CONGRESS. DAY "BILLY" MILLER SECTION 1 THIRTIETH TEAR NUMBER 7. MOTHERS VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN GOV. STANLEY Will Resign As To Take Scat In Senate On May 19th, and Lieut. Governor Black Then Becomes Governor. FRANKFORT, Ky. Gov. A. O. .Remembered By Willie Writes Friends From P. Rogers While In Germany. France. Garrard's Quota Easily .sEsEsEsEsEsEsEsEsEvxEBs. In ink r llint liU letter might reach Ms mother by "Mothers Day" the fol lowing from the pen of Willie P, ItoKer will be eagerly read by hli friends nt home: "Allney France, April '.'Oth, HUP, Dear Mother: ei this Will write you n fcv.' beautiful Easter day This leave. me enjoying good health, hope It llndi I you and alt in the best of health. vonder how you all have spent this ay and If it has been as hc.vii'ul there as it has over here. We had a splendid sermon this A M., nnil then commemorated the Lord's Supper and It took my thots hack to the times that I had sat in the o'd home church and enjoyed it so much. I think of the first Kastci rrorning and the joy it brought to th followers of Christ, when he came Death ami the forth conquering (irave, and It means so much to us today, because we have an ever living Savior to go to when things are lark, and lie can mike life's pathway so bright. I think we should be more devoted to His cause and dii mnre in Ills service. Mother, I am writing yt.u this so it may reach you on Mother's Day. It is useless for ine to try to tell . ynu how much I have missed you white I have been away, and I will never forget the last kiss )nu planted on my rheck, and the words you spoke to me of the confidence you had that I would be true and I have tried to live up to that standard. .Mother, at I picture you there today in that little home, I know you miss me and long for the time to come when I shall be with you again. I, too, long for the diy when t shall har your dar voice again, and I feel that He whom has bruught me safely this far, will bring me safely back to you again. It has been only one hort year since I left you, hut there Iijj been some wonderful changes taken pjace, so much has bean .accomplished that we should lie proud of our country, that has been saved for Truth and Itightcousness, so don't worry over me. Just look forward to that tflad day when I shall be with you again. I am liking school work line. I went out for a walk this I'. M. and whom do you think I met. I met Mr. I.edford's son ws) I lives on Broaddus Ilranch and he was so glad to see us. S.i Id Hubert Kills and myself were the first boys he hail seen that he knew since he cam over here. Tell Father the next time he sees Mr. I.edford to tell him I saw Jim, md that he was looking welt. Well mother, don't forget to give my love to father and all. May Cod keep you all until we meet again. Your lo ing son, Pvt. Wiliie P. Kogers. Co. C, 'JOth Prov. Itegt. A. E. K. University, A. P. (). 90tf, Everyone will be glad to learn that "Hilly" Miller who is now with the Anny of Occupation In (icrmany, is well and apparently ns happy us one could be under flic circumstances. That he Is as popular there with his soldier friends n.s he is among his friends in "Old Kentucky" Is shown Raised With Some To Spare. County's quota for the Victory Liberty Loan has been exceeded and $200,000 subscribed. Our quota was $193,050. Much credit is due the chairman, Itev. J. It. Moorman and his excellent helpers, none of whom let up for a moment until the goal was reached. The organization wishes to thank nil who have helped to make this, the last loan to the government, a sue cess. The list is a long one and we haven't the room to name them at this time. (arrant by the following clipping which is from the "Stray Shots" a paper pub'i$$aSftfa lished by the Fifty First Infantry to ' which he is attached. "M. C. COMPANY" The men of the Prize Section of the M (! Co. inclining, of cour.e, the Blue Ribbon Winners of .he Division, co'pi and 1st Army Morse Shows were rfhen n banquet last Thursday evening In the company hall. Captain Stanley wn the ntf hi st, and Lieutenants Parker, llrlt-taiand tienter assisted in the hos pitalities. When the twenty-fiv- e men assembled In the hall they were assigned seats at a d table and at each place was a china plate, ' -9BsBsBsBsBsBHf' together with knies, forks and " I .SBsBsBsBsBsBsBsBsBsBsBsK' & spoon. The hall was tastefully dec.stsBsBsBsBsBsW, ' sBsBsW I'Ul '.'JsWtWtWtWB v orated and illuminated by candle .kBsBsBsBsBftftsV-'ht. An apprizing menu of five was 'nterjperted with many toasts by officers and men. 1st Sgt. Judge Charles A. Hardin. Walter J. Jmlel gne nn amujing lit tle toast on "Should It Have Item. To The Votera of the Eighth Congressional Dittrict: Wasn't It!" Sgt. Itok? and Corporal After careful survey of the situation in the Eighth Con Thrasher contributed their bits in the toast line. During the evening urcssiunal District, I am persuaded that the collective sentiment the M. (i. Quartette sang in true c.ir-- i of the Democratic voters in the majority of the counties compos (living hanquits in intr the District is favorable to my candidacy for Representative. abet style. Adrian Barracks is no small task ami Otherwise, I should not feel justified in announcing myself as it much credit is due Sgt. m. I', "ltd-ht- " candidate for the position carrying with it such signal honor for Miller, who with his usual energy and Initiative, got up a dinner that myself, anil such great responsibility to my constituents, and es was excellent and saw to it that the pecially, at a time in the history of the world, when statesman comfort anil pleasure of the guests ship, to be personally credible and worthy of the hour, must ig were catered to." BsBsIIbsIwJLSbsIb 'f?' ' Stanley will resign and take the' oath of oft ice as United States Senator May 19th, when the extraordinary session of Congress convenes, .and Lieut Gov. James D. Black, of Bar- bourville, will succeed him as Chief Executive nnd serve until the fifth Tuesday after the November election, when he or his successor will commence the new term, according to an official announcement made by the Governor here last week. Governor Stanley said he will act In the case of Julius Babey, of Louisville, wife murderer, and call a special election in the Eighth Congres sional District before he retires. PRIMARY ELECTION Called For June 21, '19. The Democrat'c Executive Com Kentucky Wins. The Kentucky Experiment Stat! in won 3 ribbons at the 11th Annual Egg Show at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana. This show is the hrgest egg contest In the country and competition s always keen. S'x hundred dctn iggs were entered in the five claiscs. Ken"icky won first on brown eggs nnd second and fourth on white eggs. iisH "'i mittee for the Eighth Congressional District met in Danville, yesterday i.nd called a Primary to select the Democratic nominee to lead the par ty In the special election calkd by Oovernor Stanley to fill out the un expired term caused by the death of the late Harvey Helm, for the Eighth Over $500. Per Acre. The I). . Thomas Kuilty Agency has just negotiated u sale of one of the choicest trues about Lancatter, it being 24.14 acres of the Owsie; tract fronting Danville pike nbout 3-- 4 mile from city limits. Jas. IV. Smith, local merchant, is the purchaser at .1,070.00 and we wager that he has a bargain for such tracts of the quality, locality and similar improvements' I ore scarce at af, price. Congress, subject to the action of the Democratic party. It is my wish that selection of the nominee for the position be made Bank Improvements. by a primary election, held nt a time when every party voter in The Citizens National Bank is havSome colored youths were recently tried in the police court for vagrancy. the district shall have opportunity to register his free and vo- ing some marked improvements in stalled on the interior of its building, One of them had hailed from Stan-fo- luntary choice. latest ami was ordered to work or to Alter the most demoralizing war the worm has ever one of which is the is beingin office In return to his home town. He elected known, we are upon a period of and it will be my furniture. The floor While laid rebeautiful tile blocks. the to return home and our town marhighest ambition, in or out of Congress, to support unflinchingly pairs are being made the business is shal walked him out Stanford street. Presently the black boy slackened his the man, who more than any of all the great men among our being conducted in the rear room, pace, ami dragging his feet, he said, Allies, has held high the torch of liberty for a struggling world which fronts on Danville street just above the Post Office door. "lloss, please take me to Jail. I'd Respectfully, rather be in Jail in than A. HARDIN. CHAS. Congressional District. June 21st was fixd ti3 the date for the primary and all aspirants for this nomination according to the rules laid down at this meeting must give written notice to Dr. T. R. Welch not later than noon May 2 1st, and deposit $1,C..0 to pay his proportional part toward the expense of the primary. A was appointed composed of Dr. Welch, B. A. Long nore small things and things of partisan prejudice, and give it of Sh.dbyville and J. E. Robinson, self wholly and unselfishly to great constructive plans of na editor of the Central Record, to artional advancement anil development. Stimulated flattered range all plans for holding the priit may be by the belief that so large a number of the Demo- mary according to the published rules found elsewhere in this issue. cratic voters of this splendid district consider me worthy to repAt thii time Judge Charles A. Harresent them in Congress during a possible and very probable, din is the only announced candidate epoch-makin- g period in the world's History, untUwith an enthus for the nomination and those who iastic appreciation of the personality, and the exalted states have a survey of the political situamanship of our great President, whose policies I trust, shall con- tion in this district predict there will be no other stitute my working program, if elected, I hereby announce my- Hardin has candidates and thatinJudre his the nomination self a candidate in this District for the office, Representative in hands. Convention Harmonious. The Republican County Convention held last Saturday to select delegates to the State Convention brought out a good crowd and the meeting was harmonious throughout. The meeting was called to order by the County Chairman, Dr. B. B Montgomery and the object of the mieting announced. On motion Mr. Henry Moore was made permanent chairman and Joe Burnside secretary of the meeting The meeting endorsed the candid acy of Edwin P. Morrow for Governor and endorsed Mr. Mack Morgan of this county for Representative. Six teen delegates were named to attend the convention which met at Lexing- ton, yesterday. Hard On Stanford. I Col. Denhardt's Open ing a Disappointment Col. H. H. Denhardt, of Bowling Green, opened his campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor at Mt. Sterling, May 1rd, in a speech that was more demagogic than was theso-calle- d demagogues he inveighed against and one which we are sure ho will regret before the canvass is over. He evidently selected the countv of Montgomery for his initial speech because of the great opposi tion there to the new tax law, for the repeal of which he strongly asserted his advocacy. That the law is not en tirely all it should be, even its most ardent advocates agree, but that it is in the main the best that the state has ever had can not be denied by truthful people. It should be amended where e xperience has shown it needs it and not be repealed almost before it has been given time to prove its r, live In Stanford". Interest Is Great. Farmers Go Visiting. month the farmers near Fulton, Ky took a big "llctter Farming Auto Trip" which was u huge success. One hundr-- d and fifty Clivers, "Lizzies", ears and machines pulled out of Fulton at UtfO A. M.. April 23rd, for an all day sight-seein- g trip. Stops were made at ninny points where unusual cattle barns, fine herds of llcrefordt, rich alfalfa fields or other things of interest to farmers might be found. A big fish-frdinnir was served at noon. The Fulton Daily Leader in treating the event editorially said: "Let's make it an annual event. We enjoyed it. The dinner was the best ever served under the lean's and the canopy of Heaven" Tick Eradication In Georgia. In (ieorgia, on the first of January, 1920, the statewide "Dipping goes into effect. Its purpose is the eradication of the cattle tick. There is something wholesome and comforting about the general trend of legislation in America, whether Its motive is mainMate or federal. ly creative rather than subversive. It wealth everyalms to preserve body's wealth yours and mine, rather than to destroy it. True, the "dipping law" is, in n CAR LOAD FIFTH DISTRICT INSTITUTE Of Fat Cattle Sold By Z. T. Rice. Close Here After Three V. A. Lear and Company purchased Days Session. this week of Mr. Z. T. Hice one of the best and fattest loads of cattle we have seen shipped from our city for several years. There were twenty-eighead in the buncli and they averaged 1211'. pounds, for which he received $14.20 a hundred. GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR Locates Permanently In tense, destructive. It is destructive Ed Gaines Honored. of vermin. It is radical. It plans No agent in Central could have the radical extermination of a pest. It is abolitionist. It proposes the honors more worthily bestowed, than the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Comlibolitlon of u disease. pany have bestowed upon our local In rural communiteies like Lancaster we find the bone and sinew of thv agent and friend, Mr. E. C. Guincs. He is one of the best advertised body politic. It is in communities like this that state legislation of a agents in Central Kentucky and never constructive order originates. It It tires telling his friends or the good it onco our privilege and duty to points offered by this splendid compreserve and hand down to posterity pany. In honor and in appreciation of his services and the excellent work the sturdy Americanism of today. In the New York foreign colonics lie did for the company during the and ghettos, in the sedition shops of month of March and April, the comChicago, there is enough legislative pany is giving him a trip, together propaganda to 111! a statute book with with Mrs. Gaines, with all expenses revolutionary laws. If Its program paid by the company. They will Ilut leave next Saturday for the Fast, ever found its consumation. how many of them would deal with taking in Philadelphia, Atlantic City, the compulsory suppression of dis- Washington, New York City and ease, whether among cattle or anionic other points of Interest. They will " have the best wished of their friends men? And few cattle need and sanitary baths as much as fur a delightful trip. "dip-ping- Lancaster. who has Mr. William Y. Ilrady spent most of the past year In Lancaster as inspector for the new Post Office, will make Iain-casthis permanent headquarters. Mr. Ilrady has made many friends since coming into our midst, all of whom will be glad to know that he and his family will reside with us as long oa he holds Ids present position. Mr. Ilrady is the chief (iovernment inspector for all government budd-hur- s being erected in Kentucky. He left this week fcr Henderson, Ky, to look over the building now in process of erection nt this pla'c. Stoves and Ranges. Raafts and Refrigerators, that are. making special prices on. theso malodorous exotics. Comuicte Howling FOK SALE: all Alley equipment three alleys, L. J. Manninl, maple, like new. Jt-pDanville, Ky. Our pnilosophi' says: Now the boy's come back from overseas, don't Our philosopher says: An extra forget all the things you planned to tile an' one or two whetrockt'll be do for him If he ever got back home mighty handy to have nroun' when tools set dull. safe an' sound. W have a splendid stock of stoves. We guaraatM to you money. !5-2- t. W. J. Romans. The recent news item concerning Meetings the Farmers' Community which are to be held in a number of counties in Kentucky, has caused great interest in these unusual affairs. Numerous requests are being made for these meetings and it would now seem as if the desired number would be secured without any great effort on the part of the management The Fifth District Institute of the of the State Development Committee advantages. Christian Churches which convened which has its headquarters at the Some of the planks of Col. D;n- lute but Monday evening closed yes Hoard of Trade Building in Louisville hrrdt's platform arc admirable and terday afternoon after one of the a credit to him, but he will make held in most' ruccessful meetings rothing and get nowhere by his critmany years. icisms of Governor Stanley and of Thi district is composed of four Ur. W. R. Cook, of Iincaster, has other Democrats, who are doing the teen counties, most nil of them hav- bought from Mrs. Clifton Rodes ing representative. The counties in the handsome residence locat- best they can and living up their the district are: Madison, Garrard, ed on Lexington nvenue. The time orths of office with conscientious re Lincoln, Rockcastle, Jackson, Pulas- possession is to be given has not yet gard. The Colonel is not the only blown in the bottle, thick and thin. ki, Laurel, Claj. Harlai.. Hell. Kno., been decided. Whitley, McCrcary and Wayne. The Andersen home is one of the honest man in the country and he go the principles that govIn all nbout fifty delegates at- most desirable in this city. It has should not We confesj to a tended and were entertained in the every modern convenience. Mr. and erns the Pharisee. feeling of much disannolntment at Mrs. Cook nrc almost as well known I vnfu.us Inmcs of our local jicopln. Itev. D. W. Scott, of Somerset, pre- in Danville as In their home town. his speech und feel that its spirit will sided nt nil the sessions while Mt. I!. They will receive a cordial welcome make the colonel no friends outside K. McKoberts kcrveil ns accretary. to this city. Mrs. Cook, prior to her of a coterie that loves to hear public Miss Sallle F.lkln being the secretary mnrringe was Miss Ellen Owsley, officials abused and who like him can of the C. W. II. M. branch of the In- daughter of the lamented Judge Mike criticise much better than they car. Owsley. Danville Dally Mesrengur. construct. Times have indeed come stitute. to pass when a Democrat believes that The program was an interesting he can ride into office by criticising one throughout and many prominent other Democrats, who to say the speakers from a distance were in atIn this day and generation a great least, arc as honest as he. Rood crowds tendance. attended Col. D;nhardt alsi takes u fall out every session, and all seemed imbued many farmers have quit putting up ice because manufactured ice is to of Hon. E. P. Morrow, as he has a with n serious purpose, such as the cheap. It seems strange that George perfect right to do, but it is more than present hour would demand. The likely that the young giant of Pulaski few Institute Just closed should mark the Washington was among the Ice peoin tco will make him regret his rashness bebeginning of a new vision and the re- ple at that time who stored In January 1875 he filled u fore many moons wax und wane. We lease of new powers for the cause of nouses. dry-we- ll under a summer house and give Col. Denhardt credit for having Christ in Kentucky. gone to France to help make the another on in his new wine cellar. Under date of June 5th he wrote in world safe for democracy, but we can The Central liccord as a disseminanot endorse his methods for making tor for advertising is attested to by his diary: 'Opened the well in my cellar in Kentucky safe for Democrats by his a recent patron in this way, "I put a notice in the "Want Column" of the which 1 had laid up a store of ice, but tirade on leading men of the party. Itecord, and Heavens! the next day it there was not the smallest particle re His patriotism and his tacrine will I then opened the other have been lost, for political personal was a perfect telephone barrage. It maining. seemed everybody in the county had Repository (call the Dry Well) In gain If ho keeps up the racket he has which I found a Urge store". started. Interior Journal the thing to sell". Magnificent Home Sold Washington Put Up Ice. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky Thursday, May 15, 1919. NOTICE SPRING BUYERS CoflMCfet. The Rivals Br ALVA! I JORDAN Siiould see our beautiful dispfay'of the new Spring in Complete Household Furnishings. We would advise mnkinir selections this week while our showing is nt the best. Any selections will be held for later delivery if desired. Of the Sale of Telephone Franchise. The City Council of the city uf CARTH, Ice Cream and New Iceberg Refrigerator We have just received a car load of new Iceburg The New Refrigerators. Icebtirg is one of the very best refrigerators that is made. We have handled them more than 20 years and we know them. You will find that for any given size the new Iccburg will cost you less than any other high grade refrigerator and we sell it with a money back guarantee. Kroeler National Advertised Duofoldi we have them in Mahogany or Golden Oak finish nt any price that suits your pocket-boo- k. This special one shown 55.00 here is worth Special this week $38.00. L. B. SAPP FURNITURE COMPANY DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE and RUG STORE. KENTUCKY, DANVILLE, of Stimulants. There Is only une stimulant thai never falls, and yet never Intoxicate duty. Duty puts n Mue sky over very man tip In his heart maybe Intit vvhch the skylark; Happiness, always goes singing. George I). I'ren-tlc- Bt What la ItT 11 Ini; her aunt's room for the first time. She walked scrutinized everything with about and Finally she Mopped before Interest. u n ntlniclhe picture frame which was standing on the talile, but was empty.' After u puzzled moment flic said: "Auntie Klhet, what l It I don't seel" A snmll Ctrl was The "Anvil" Bird. nf Australia Is a very rare and exceedingly shy creature. Its clear tnet.ilMe mite rings out. "Kilns, kilns, kilns, kling, kllng a Hag." It It the hardest of all huh birds to locate. as it mostly does Its blacksmlthlng In the topmost branches of the dense brushwoods. The anvlt-hlr- First United States Currency. Immediately after the battle ot Hunker Hill $2,000.1 KM) In American .currency was Issued, mid hy IT7!i th? amount had crown to ?'Jll.W)0.llti. nr.d jibe various slates had Issued nearly us much. In 17112 the mint nt PhilaThus the use delphia was established. jo! American money gradually supplanted the foreign. Newt in the 'Ads.' A advertisement Ik always nNo u news hem. It tells what, Are Judges of Own Membership. where and for how much. It Is the adThe Constitution gives each house vertiser who speajes and It Is the rend- of the national congress the right to er who gets the message. It Is glad I'xpel a memlier, and makes each news for lioih. There Is pleasure In house the sole Judge in the matter knowing that you can part with some- Any charge would sullice. If thing to supply another's need. Just of the memhers deemed it cause for as It Is a pleasure to know where you ' .ivt.tiUl.tn V..ltl.u. I........ 1,.... ...i.-tl.tcan get something that Is much to do Willi expelling a memlier of the Columhus Dispatch. other house. The Maxwell Every Feature p. The Maxwell it a pleasure car. of its design, every detail in its make-u- WE ENTER THE 1919 SEASON WITH A NEWER AND BETTER MAXWELL ONE THAT MORE NEARLY APPROACHES THE IDEAL THAT HAS STIMULATED ALL EFFORTS IN THE PAST. There is still the one Chassis Model, but it is as different from the Chassis of five years ago as a youth who enters his first year in College differs from the man who has completed his Senior year. The MAXWELL PLEASURE CAR has finished course in the School of Experience a a five-yecourse that qualifies it to pass any examination that may be demanded by the pleasure car purchaser. We sell them and will gladly give you a demonstration. Nine Factories delivery. Repairs for these Promptly. operating cars can insures be PROMPT here gotten CENTRAL LANCASTER, Distributors for GARRARD AND LINCOLN COUNTIES. H KENTUCKY. Ustl.l Two youiu men met on (he crowded city street Mini shook hands, glnccrlj rather than suspiciously. Hitch setm-lieI he other In a fathoming sort of way. as though seeking to rend his thouchts or to determine from general appearand! or facial expression how the world had funs I with him. for they had not met to speak for years. There was a sharp contrast between the two. Ahlen Dale, plainly hut neatly dressed, suggested the student and thinker. tiarlund K.vre, dashing ejed. mohlte of Hps, restless and erratic In his suggested movements, the tj ideal liroker. ever on the alert and under a strain. He covertly observed the suitcase, momentarily constructing a theory as to Its presence, "Oft" on a train, I seel" he remarked. "Why, es," replied Allien In IiIn straightforward way, "I'm going home for a week or two." "Wlh I could nrrange to do that. I!ellee I'll try," said Kjre, his under-- I ting purpose camoutlagcd, for Ahlen detected the thin disguise of generality, "I'd like to loaf around tlie old hurg for a spell. How have the fates dealt with jou. Dale?" "I'leasiintly." answered Ahlen, "I wns admitted to the liar In August and they honored me with an apioliitmcnt with the Ijivv Protective learue. The coms'iisatloii Is ouly a livelihood, hut It Is useful work ami Hue legal training, nud I have written a hook or two, and that has helped nut," "Show joii something!" Polled out Krre, and he took a hankhook from his pocket. "That's me!" Ills were nil money Millies, as he showed the chronicle of hank approximating thirty thousand dollars. "Promoted the Caa ilraiide Uealty company, jou know." he said. "Why, I read something lately In the newspaper that the company had fulled," observed Ahlen. "Yes, we hit a snag and they landed a receiver down on us," ndmlltcd Kjre lightly, "hut we've reorganized. Money coming both wus, see? The Investors have come on with u pro rata assessment, so vve are still gathering In the shekels, (lot to attend a meeting of the directors," he added, glancing at his watih and Hashing his hcdlamoudfd hand effectively, "mi good-by- . I say, thotiKh, a pretty neat surplus for two jears, eh?" Ahlen went on his way Immersed in thought, There was a strong distaste In his mind as he reflected over what Hire had Just told him. Hie Casa (irande had been denominated a swindle In the public prints. ."Milked dry by Its exploiters." It wns declared. "Two years?" The words comprised a text for some ineilltntlon. When the two young men had left their native village both were In love with Myrtle Itohhlns. Ily a queer coincidence both had decided to try their fortunes In the city, and In turn they had visited bluff, straightforward I'eter Itobblns and had Intimated their feelings toMyrtle. ward "Well." hiiIi! Mr. Iloblilns, "what you are after fs to get me to ullow Myrtle to keep up u corresMindeiice with you? I'lalnly no. You are promising young fellows, and I wish )ou all kinds of luck, und Myrtle likes you Isith, but she Is too vouiig to think of u beuu. In two years, when oil have shown your business mettle, come back here. So Ahlen and Kjre had to be content periwith that, and now the two-jea- r od was up und the one thought In the mlud of Ahlen was Mjrtle. And Car-lan- d Kyre attended no directors' meet-luhut, hiirrjlng to his hotel, paiked his grip forlhwllh ami reached Vlrden one train later than Aldeu. "In u showdown I feel pretty sure that old Itohhlns will favor my fat bank roll." he chirped complacently, und, being of the brassy, push ahead kind, by nightfall of the next day all Vlrden knew of his diamonds mid gaudy nttlre und hank roll. When that evening he called at the llohblns home It was In a big hired motorcar, and he spent two hours talking mainly of himself and his glittering prospects for wealth. Il fancied he had Impressed Mjrt'e srenlly. attributing her subdued manner to awe uiul admiration. It lie had been present during the visit of Ahlen the following evening, however, Kjre would not have felt so sure of himself. Kalher mid daughter hud heard of his work In the city, particularly of Ids writings. The modest young author was duly delighted when he found both Mjrtle and her father fuiiilllar with Ihe same, llefnre the. week was out. In turn the young men called uimiii Mr. Itohbliw requesting permission to pay their addresses to Mjrtle. Alas! fier the lofty utplratlon of Ihe The risirgaulzer of Casu tiraude. morning paper announced the Issuance of a fraud order tigulnst Its promoters and a levy on the stockholders against all their bank funds, Including Kyrt-'- s thirty thousand dollars. The latter found It Judicious to return at once tu the city to uutauglu Ills Involved business affairs. When Ahlen Dale called Um Mr. ICohhlns uext day Ihe latter viewed him with an approving eye. "To help you ou your way, Dale," laid the old man, paternally, "I'll aay that Myrtle has kept your photograph ou the wall of her room ever since you went away. If she likes jou as well us she did your book yuur case U wou uud I'm agreeable I" MIS. fer WNtMt Nwtss IxncaMer, (larrurd Countj', State of Kentucky, ilc ordain as follows; Sec. 1. That there Is hereby creat or ed nnd established n franchise pilviloge to erect, operate nnd maintain a .telephone exchange embracing central office apparatus, telephone poles, fixtures, cables nnd wires along, through, over and under the streets, sidewalks and alleys of the said city t f I.ancnster, Kentucky. The said franchise or priv- Sec. shall continue for the period of ten years from nnd nfter the time the rcmc shall take effect. Sec. a. The purchaser of said franchise or privilege may assign or transfer the same. Sec. i. Said poles, fixtures, crib, les and wires shall be erected mid maintained In ,n substantial nnd workmanlike manner; said pjUs shall be neatly tainted and shall bo o located as not to Interfere with the legitimate entrance to any udjiuent private properly, nor to obstruct the free use of said streets, sldswnlks und of public alleys for the purpoes Irnvel. Sec. r. The purchaser of said franchise or privilege, his successors or assigns, shall promptly replace nil paving nnd macadamizing that niav he disturbed by said purchaser In setting raid poles, and shall lit said purchaser's own expense remove nil dirt and debris that may arise In making excavations for tint purpose. All work of setting poles shall be done under the supervision of the Jtrcet committee, nnd it shall be the duty of said committee to see that the provisions of this ordinance are faithfully complied with. Sec. li. The city of Ijmr.ntrr si .ill hive the right to ilace. maintain nnd operrtc its lire nnd police wires upon poles of said purchaser (within corporate limits of said city) lree of charge, provii'cd said wires shitll be si located upon raid poles !n such a way as not to interfere with the wires of said purchaser. The purchaser agrees to. furnish, free of charge to the city of Ijinrastel, three long distance Pay Stntion telephones with metalic circuits, to be placed where directed by said vity within said city. Sec. 7. If after said exchange Is it tablished, said purchaser, his successors or assigns, shall fail tu perform all terms und conditions of this ordinance, said City Council may, lifter giving raid jiurchascr, Ills successor or nssigns, reasonable notice of such fnilure, and such failure is not remedied, revoke all rights and privileges herein granted, nnd cause all poles, wires nnd appiratus erected under this ordinance to bt removed. Nothing in this franchise shall be construed so ns to give the purchaser, its successors or nsrlgns. any exclusive right to the privilege granted in Section I. Sec. ts. The rates to be charged for telephone service in residences shall not exceed the sum of $1.05 per month nnd the churges for business houses und offices shall not exceed per month nnd nil the sum of subscribers of said telephone shall have fr?e service on all telephone lines throughout th? County vt finr-ralthe Hubble and alio through exchange. Sec. 0. Work on nil said telephone plant shall be commenced in food from the faith within thirty date of sale nnJ acceptance of the bid for same aim shall hi completed within six months from snld date by the fmri layer or purchasers of said franchise. Sec. 10. Within ten days aftsr the nppryvnl r.nd publication of this ordinance. It shall be the dut if snld City Council through Its Mayor to r.dvettlse In the Central Itecord, the ouly newspaper published in the City uf Lancaster. Kentuckj, and having therein, for two I general circulation eontecutive weeks, that bids will be received at public outcry for the before mentioned franchise or privilege nnd said Mayor shall according to such advertisements receive such bids, nnd report same to said City Council lit Its next regular nieeling, nnd said City Council shall uvvurd to the euch franchise or privilege highest und best bidder, subject how. of said City ever to the approval Said advertisement shall Council. refcrvc the right to reject any nnd ull to whom such bids. The bidder fiunchlse or privilege shall be uwunl-e- d shall pay the amount of such hid In cash, or by duly certified check, to the treasurer of said City of Lancaster, Ky within ten days after said franchise Is awarded. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage und publication. Pursuant to the foregoing ordinance the undersigned Mayor of the City of Lancaster will effer said fran- - I to Phone 56 BASTIN BROS. rJ chlse for sale at Public outcry to the highest and best bidder In front ot the Court House door in Ky., on Saturday May Hist, 1919, at 'i o'clock I'. M in accordance with the terms nnd condition th'icof. (liven und?r my hand as Major, this May If.th, ll'IH. J. M. DUNCAN, Major. Harry Anderson. Clerk. LOYD. Mrs. Harrison Itay is very ill. Mrs. Nannie liny of Judson spent Friday with her sister Mrs. Sim Kay. Miss Klvnree Carter of (.minister visited her friends Saturd.ij und Sun day. Mr. und Mrs. Aaron Itay and Mrs. to Danville last Sim Kay motored week. Miss una II. Itay of Paris visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ituy with her sister In law, Mrs. Harrison Kay who Is ill. Mrs. J. II. Kinnnird of Lancaster spent u few days with her daughter, Mrs. I.ige Ford. Mrs. W, II. Whlttakcr spent a few dajs with her daughter, Mrs. Saltie Chandler of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lee of tjinrnster spent Suturduy and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Callie Itay. .Mr. and Mrs. Kuyston Itay are the proud parents of a line boy born May i!nd. It has been christened Julian McKinnleth. Mrs. Sim Itay, Mrs, Aaron Kay nnd Misses Gladys and Agnes Ituy spent Monday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Claud llolton of Judion, Mr. Fred Snyder uf Poor Kldge and Miss Jewell Kay drove to Ijincastcr one day last week nnd were united In marriage by a minister of that city. Miss liny is 17 years of age nnd the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Itay. recently' Mrs. Hunch Kay spent u few days Here's First Victory Note 5 ,1 jr HKKK The is the first ssssip i Bureau of Knp;ravin; ami l'nntiiip; The: notes mast he perTlatt is why the fect to a hair line before they ate circulated. head of the Treasury Department is present in person to inspect the first one before the entire nmnlier is printed. To the right of Secretary Glass, just behind the lady in the ,1 printing. picture, is James I,. Wilmcth, director of encraTtnsj The perfection of these Victory I .nan notes depends directly on him. Hvcryonc in the country cannot have this first note but there arc Koinp; to be enough so everyone can have as many as be or she will buy. photograph show Carter Class, Secretary of the States Trcainry, removing it from the prrxs in the ntutv i.i an ATTEND OUR BIG Closing Out m which began May 12 and will continue for 15 days. BARGAINS--CAS- H BARGAINS S. N, Mo i ford & Son Buckeye, Ky. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday. May 15 1919. 9EM0BIIATI0H Commencing At 9 Tuesday, May 20 1919 a. m. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, RAIN OR SHINE $10,000.00 STOCK 1 OP HIGH GEADE MERCHANDISE to close out this Owing to the fact that my lease soon expires, I am compelled forced entire stock of goods, for Cash Only in the NEXT THIRTY DAYS at Greatly Reduced Prices t.-- GROCERIES 5 cents a cake. (Limit Five cakes to customer.) 4 cents a bar. Laundry Soap at 500 lars Scrve-u- s (Limit Five bars to Customer) I! cents a package 1000 Packages Soila at Peas at 14c. It cans for 40 cts. cans "Scrve-us- " "00 10 cents can. :I00 Cans Kraut, at 500 liottles Lemon and Vanilla Extract, 10c a bottle. 15 cents. 500 Cans No. .1 Size, Best Tomatoes at 500 full size cakes Lenox Soap at DRY GOODS 15 cents a yard. Good Dress Gingham only Wool Dress Goods, worth $1. to $1.50 yd, only 59c. GO Ladies Plain and Fancy Voile Latest style waists only $1.19. Great Bargains '2i Georgette Crepe Waists worth $7.50 only $4.98. 25 Children's Good Fancy Gingham Dresses only 89c. One Lot Ladies Gingham Dresses only $2.48 50 Children and Ladies Middies only 98 ctt One Lot of Ladies Rain Coats only $1.98 SHOES One Lot Ladies Shoes small sizes only $1.98 One Lot Ladies latest style white Canvass shoes $2.00 One Lot Ladies White Canvass Oxfords One Lot of Misses Canvass Oxfords One Lot of Infants Shoes only only$1.98. $1.48 15 cents One Lot of Children's Gray Kid Oxfords only .98c. MENS OVERALLS AND SHIRTS 50 Pairs Good Overalls only HENS HATS AND CAPS One Lot of Mens Hats only One Lot of Men's Cloth Hats only Stetson Hats, only 180 Hoys and Mens Caps 98 cts. 89 cents $3.98 48c to 78 cents. MENS SHOES One Lot Mens Work Shoes worth up to $4. only $2.48 $3.43 One Lot Mens Shoes worth 5.00 only up to $8., One Lot Mens very Fine Oxfords worth $3.48 small sizes only, sale price $4.98 Mens Dress Shoes the latest Styles only $2.48 One Lot, Eoys Oxfords only 65 cts. Men's Tennis Shoes only 48 cents Boys Tennis Shoes only 98 cts. $2.00 79 cents. 98 cents '200 pairs Ilest make Overalls, such Itrands as Cor- P.lock, only Men's good Work Shirts only Men's Dress Shirts, Uest Make only One Lot Mens Dress Shirts only One Lot Men's Work Pants, only hart and Safety 68 cts. $1.25 Eggs, Bacon, Hams, Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps taken the same as cash for Merchandise. $1.98 $1.48 One Lot Suit Cases, 25 unbreakable Dolls 30 in long.. $1.98 3( unbreakable Dolls 24 in long,.. 98 cts 500 Buggy Whips worth 50c only ..35c Get Our prices on Automobile Tires, Tubes, Spark Plugs, Patches, House and 25 $3.00 Ironing Boards Barn Paint, Rubber Roofing, Tinware, Enamel Ware and hundreds of Bargains in all Departments. Crepe Paper all colors, full size 5c, roll. 10 cents per pair. 500 pairs men's sox 200 pairs Ladies Hose . . 15c per pair One Lot Ladies $1.50 Silk Hose S9 cents. One Lot Mens Leather Work Gloves 59c. One Lot Infant and Misses Cashmere 19 cents hose worth 50 cents, only 1 lot MissesSOc Blue Silk Lisle hose 19c One Lot of9.12 Matting Rugs .$4.50: 100 Cans "Zit" a dry wash for Automobiles and fine for furniture enough to last a year only $1.25. Sanders Variety Store COY S. SANDERS, Proprietor. - mr rf fiff '"it! "T The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 15 1919. can call it a world at pence, If vc like. We enn call nn elephant an angleworm. We can't jret arrested for doini? it. There is need of pence, Heaven knows. There is need of a peace league, if it can insure 01 peace. If it can't, it should still continue to try. liut let M us not commit the stupendous folly of assuming that all wars are ended forever, and that Americn is eternally guaranteed against danger from foreign aggression. A few weeks ago, two Americans captured by Mexican bandits saved their lives by paying a ransom of 10,000. We aren't safe even in our own back yard. The Koreans have just put in a claim for self determination, and one of their rensons is thnt they are Christians. Some of Their them probably are. claim Has a religious as well as a political basis. And it seems about as good a claim as several others that we have heard lately. But it seems strange that we have only just heard it, and that the political side of it is kept carefully in the background. If theological convictions have been nourishing these nspirations so long, why have they been concealed till now? The inference seems to be that it is at present the fash ion to claim political independ ence of some one or other, and the Koreans judged that it was time to get in line. There is no question thnt, as long as this job of the worltl goes on, the more complex and diversified it will become. And it seems likely that every claim that is made has in it the seeds of another war. You'll Pick a Winner When you choose our immense stock of HARDWARE, KITCHEN WARE, FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. Let us promise you quick service and satisfaction and then THE BYRNE OPTICAL SERVICE Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. f HETEROGENEOUS: We henr so much about the freedom of Ireland or rather Give us a chance to keep our Promise. the lack of it that it is well to Ky. Kengarlan Hotel. be certain what we mean. The nothern part of Ireland 31st. May 26th, was colonized hundreds of Scotyears ago by settlers from a Kin i VC i in land. They have preserved to (fen a great degree the habits and ii ir Danville's Exclusive Optometrist dualities of their ancestors. KM PLOY NO AGENTS. Dandelion greens will be the nrl 'Even the names have survived. now costs dish. The Central Record ingAnd prove they are attempt-is iMcGoverns, McCoys and Mc-- I next seasonable time andIt labor. to nothing except that the crow Y.ar. reveal their origin in limed Welly. not so black as his fentheiy Dermotts Copper's Crest Value. Big Dye Factories. prefixes. A McCormack P.y.bl. in Adranca. coat that he is in fact a help-p- i their .lnnnii lm Sit ilte factories, with an ' Next after gold ami filter, copper is of a different stock from that NMMl.imj Is to us the most Interesting of nil the nnmml rapacity In rscess of J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Palmer. toward the cultivation of the inetnK Fresh ami free" of rorroslon IKiumls. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. fields. We are told that the of nn O'Connor. rent) It l l(n After nn illness, of over three eell In II The Scotch are essentially a innlly mure beautiful than cold, tint crow follows the plow or culyears, .Mr. Tom Palmer, formerly of Fidelity In Small Things. race of ambitious toilers. They this county, where hi-- uus so well Laning n more colorful unil brilliant lu. Entered at the Fost Office in tivator so that he may feed upFidelity mnll thins Is the Mail are notably a nation of machin- known nmt well connected, died in an tme uf In grent achievement.nt We ler. It Is liiroiiiimnihly mi re useful caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s on the numerous larvae, such nwjr Hum gold, tnt Matter. ists. Nearly every marine en- Indianapolis Hospital yesterday morn tixi nften force! tlil, nm) jet no truth' r.tiinbrr of parting is It doe. nwhich employment, fur as cutworms, wireworms and con- ing. where lie was taken several ne more to be kept In mind, partic- there Is no satisfactory substitute. gine room on the ocean Member Kentucky Press Association white grubs, which the turning tains weeks ago from his home in Green ularly In the troubled eras of history a Scotchman. nnl nnil In the crises of the soil brings to light. If where wonder, then, that the cattle, Indiana, years. he hail lived ("hnrlex Wagner. of Individual life. Rebuffed. What for the past ten Eighth District Publishers League. a flock of crows is observed re"Hat's n hnrd woman In dnt him1." north of Ireland is dotted with Mr. Palmer was about sixty-onturning again and again to a snld the rnmil wayfarer. "Did shr manufacturing ears age anil y Easily Arranged. threaten to sir de dog on ymisef askRates For Political Announccmanta. particular field it is almost cer wealth And what wonder beside ofhis widow,leaven seven children A woman Imltiil IM to rome and ! most of whom were ed his rimiraile. "Nnw. htit when I towns? For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 tain that the field is infested seo her. lie asked If .he had n little aid Pel Ken letter day. an' n lump his bedside when the end rame, that the south of Ireland wants at He was a 10.00 For County Offices with noxious white-grubhint tn brother of Mrs. Kmma liy to play with Mm. mi, she snl.i mine In my throat lnnwe no. II,. then n.kril If she would like teg fur a bite lo nt, she told me to to help divide the income? For State and District Offices. .15.00 Higginbothnm and George Palmer of It is also said that crows des- snld ' to havt n little b.iy. and when .10 For Calls, per line The south of Ireland con- this city and Mrs. Marion Johnson ye .waller ,Ie lump nn' nui)be I wouldn't Kd replied: of mice and ".My nininnm will tell be .11 hungry." Itlrmlnchnm .10 troy quantities For Cards, per line Ac tains the same stock that came and Mrs. Will West of the county, stork thnt bronchi me to l.r to bring llrrald. interyoung rabbits, and that their For all publications in the there two thousand years ago, The body Is expected to arrive In you a little est of individuals or expresactivities among sprouting corn (Friday) and reinforced a little, perhaps, by Lancaster sion of individual views, per Be Your Boy's Comrade. and in the poultry yard have interment will take place in the local To Remove Qrtas. .Ml little fellows are ambitious to be the British, or Celtic races who cemetery. line - .10 been greatly exaggerated. The following method, described In comrades of the "Me hoys." He a big .05 -Obituaries, per line fled hither when the ScandinaPopular Science Monthly, has teeti boy yourself mid ret some fun out of We have never expected to vians and German Saxons MlbMltutfil for the li of gasoline and life. And at the same lime you will Miss Goodloe Dies. see the crow upheld as an as other tight oils; lloll the mrts In rau-ti- e made their conquests. They le building a future for your son thnt Lucasttr, Kj., Mar 15. 1919 (Danville Daily Messenger) sistant to the farmer. And we niln lye; one i'jni to n gallon of will be a more glorious memorial, a have preserved till today too water; then hruh while the articles more i flii the iiioiiuiih lit to yourself hope that he is preparing to The announcement death o! conditions that .Miss Nannie Goodloe, of the occurred nre hot. ('utMIr soda Is recommended than lould bo e by all the which IMPROVEMENTS. live up to his new and desirable much of the LOCAL and granite la the .illls of the existed then. The northerners in this city, at 2 o'clock last Friday as better than ordinary soda, since It muses the fnt or griae to dissolve t.holv world. The successful business man reputation. decided to do otherwise. morning, caused deep sorrow to many More qulikly. must base his life upon honor the Irish population is as who knew her in her childhood days. FACE THE FACTS. Gun Barrels. and integrity. Beyond and outcomplex as the Irish question. She had been teaching in the School Taboo. A raller Inn resting stiV light on must have the The Japanese are not so far Without criticising the qua! frr the Deaf at Talladcgn, Alabama, When nnythlng Is forbidden, or Its the iUetloii of gun hnrrel life Is side of these, he n time she compound of initiative, aggres- away from Lancaster as we ties of the southerners, one of for many years.fromFor complication hail exclulon Is ordered. i:ncllshsenklng determination of the actual length of been ruffe-rinof people sometimes iiy It 1, "tattoo." a hnrrel siveness, determination, prac- think. They are not with uz which nn intense love of diseases, and arrived in this city The word Is ilertwil from n ntnm time to which a 11 shotgunburning Is Mil.Jerti-ito the force mid ticability and vision which in the flesh but they are bring- freedom shows how high they Thursday morning, expecting to be once common In Polynesia nnd New 1'fTivt of the mder rhiirgr during Its America, in her love for con- ing philosophical truths home can rise, we must concede that treated by lecal physicianr. Hut alas Zenlnnd. It signifies something set lifetime. If lio.itsi shots are tired nport or prohibited hmue ,,f densation, has chosen to style to us with the utmost emphasis. they have not made their end instead, the grew suddenly worse and lug either sacred or accursed. It. The from a shotgun the Inside of the barrel Is iirtuntly eixi to fae ftne of sank rapidly to the end. The elegance of their diplo of the island a counterpart of system originated In ,, umierstltlou "pep". the chargo fur a'OUt foul Miss (ioodtoe was a daughter of " successful, wideawake matic language equals that of the north in industry or wealth, the late Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Good dread of the Imlslhlc item of evil. minutes. The and progressive town must the most abstract minded of although they have exactly the loe who for many years, resided in possess the same qualities. It the idealists at the peace table. same political privileges, and the West Knd of this county, owning must have the judgment to rea- On brotherly affection, disin more than the same political a portion of the farm, now belonging interna- representation as any other to Mr. Frank Tamme. The entire lize that its prosperity and terested helpfulness, family was well known in this coun concilia- citizens of the British Empire. ty where they had many sincere growth depend on the home ad tional vantages and business advan- tory unselfishness on these Which are facts to be borne in friends. Miss Goodloe is survived by To assure prompt movement of nil live stock from Central Kentucky-pointtages which it can offer. And and kindred themes they dis- mind when we undertake to de three brothers, Mr. John Goodloe, Mr, on the Louisville and Nashville Hail Itoad, arrangements have Just Duke Goodloe of Lebanon, Mr. W. O. been completed for the handling of live stock it must have vision enough to course with rather more fluen- termine oirhand all the Irish from stations between d and Itichmond, via Winchester, connecting with lie stock train leavsee that expenditures which se- cy than most of the delegates. problems thnt we have not yet Goodloe, of Lancaster, and one sister. Virginia Goodloe. Miss ing Lexington at Htfi I'. J. Schedule is as follows; cure these advantages are not They may intoxicate the more begun to understand. an extravagance, but an asset. altruistic of the diplomats Notice To Public. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Money spent in local im- but they stay sober themselves. I have abandoned my practice in WHO'S WHO? provements such as public The war has dealt kindly Between Rowland. Ky., and Lexington, Ky lancaster and moved to Poor Fork, of Ky. 1 have sold my business to Dr. The buildings, schools, good roads, with Japan. Her great rival, TRAIN NO. 70. sewers, city water, gas and Russia, is now below the hori- small peoples is to be more W. A. Wheeler and rcnuctt all my paLv Rowland Ky 11:45 A. .M. electric light, is money well zon, and likely to stay there. than a political process. It is tients to employ him as their dentist. Lv Gilbert Ky T. J. HOOD, Dentist. PJ:0 P. M. spent. Undertaking any of And as far as Japenese hege- going to be an exercise in comLv, Lancaster Ky 12:15 P. M. these improvements is like mony of eastern Asia is con- parative ethnology. Lv. Hyattsville, Ky 12:45 P. M. Notice To Public. making an excellent invest- cerned, there is nobody else in There are some small na Lv Point Leavell Ky I2:55 P. M, bought the practice and I have Lv Paint Lick Ky ment, which is bound to return ight. tions to be 1:31 P. M. good-wiof is J. Hood, as Lv Silver Creek Ky 2:00 P, M. dividends. The gain to the The province of Shantung, in whose names we have only just leaving town. Dr. I Twill appreciatehethe Lv Dunrannon Ky 2:25 P. .M. town reacts to the comfort and falling under Japanese control heard of. And there are some patronage of his clientele nnd will Lv Fort Estill Ky 2:40 P. M. benefit of every citizen. takes with it a population of that we haven't heard of yet. endeavor, ns near as is possible, Ar Richmond Ky 2:50 P. M. No doubt there are folks in f.ive them ths ame good services Who wants to live in n town 40,000,000. We were inform CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. r who have always which he cave them. I nm located without "pep", a town which ed that the league of nations I Lv Itichmond Ky 4 :00 P. M. Lv lied Houtc Ky drags out its monotonous ex- would prevent this annexation. known who the Croations are. over Stormes' Drug Store. My office 4:30 P. M. phone is 229. Ar Winchester Ky And the istence without growth or im- At all events, the exalted And tile Jugo-Slav4:15 p. Jl. V. A. WHEF.LEIt, Dentist. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. provement? When the ques- phrases in which our own at- Lithuanians, Bosnians, CingaLv Winchester Kv 4:45 P. M. tion of n local improvement titude was defined conveyed lese, Korenns, etc. Most of us Pupils Visit College. Lv Wyandotte Ky r;oa p. M. fairly distinct probably, have a comes up, stand behind it, this idea. Lv Avon Ky taking the agricul Fifteen pupils, 5:21 P. M. " "boost" it, work for it, vote for The Finns, Russians, Poles, idea where these different peo- tural course in the Little Itock High Lv Fenwick Ky 5:2tt P. M. Lv Montrose improvements, Austrian and Roumanians are ple live. Some of us, perhaps, School in Jiourbon County, recenty Ky it. Install local 5:55 P. M. Lexington Ar Ky and you will see your town all at war. The Italians and don't know thnt. And very visited the College of Agriculture and 0:30 P. . CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 sought by business enterprises Jugo-Slav- s are in battle array few of us have a precise idea of the Experiment Station at Lexington. The party spent the entire day getLv Lexington Ky 8:35 I', M. against each other. Various their exact political status. and manufacturing. ting acquainted with the specialists Ar Louiiville Kv 4:00 A. 11. It is perplexing to be con and the experimental work which Is It is up to you, Mr. Citizen. nations have internal wars gois located on the rail, of il. i ine uouroon oiock ,,,l V K 1! the question being carried on in the barns and nt Louisville, and live stock can be placed for unloading Stand up for local improve- ing on right at home. Japan fronted with upon ments first, last and all the also would be at war, if there whether a certnin race is or is fields of the Exiwrimcnt Station farm. irri.i, thus avoiding terminal delay, and enabling Ci)tral K.ntucky shipnot a classified subdivision of n The youngsters, their teachers who pers to market their stock the day after loading.' V time, and you will help make was any one able to dispute aa.p your vim stock to LouUyIII.. lh. South'. Gr..i,t M.rk.t. larger' race. And, if so, wheth came with them and the people at the your home town a desirable her claims. college and station enjoyed the novel Men and women of Lancas er it ought to be cut loose or experience of pupils going to school place of residence and a proTHE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. ter, this world is a mess. We not. And if not, why. gressive business center. outside the class room. 13 Years in Central Kentucky, will be at the I Conn ivp ct Hr cm ifi rii iEisy Brothers. Lancaster. to I J . i e s- I 1 h- Imi)-.- rul-e- liinr-M- l iiiit Attention Lamb Shippers. How-lan- s t- ant-aste- s. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 15. 1919. pf f .r.st r.n for the past several year fcr the rl!glous press. Th? net r.cr ns i shown In Dr. Cnrroll'j tabids was only S84,CI)9, the tn all Incurve being shared by practically ntl the denominations, white n number cf the denominations show ;.n actual ticcrcaic in membership. Hie causes itiven for the small gain arc nbjence of pastors in nrmy or thcr work nnd tho closing of the churches for several weeks, and In oomo communities for months, on ac1 SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 7. j Protect Your Hogs, Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All 800,000 WED Under Lenine's Order !1 Naturalising Women. CUiiet Mingling Under A SyiUm Of Renistry Forced JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF are flood and we sell them. DRUG McROBERTS MANY FAILURES BLASTED HOPES Mrs. Reitl Tells Efforts To Gain Relief-Tru-to- nu Proved Only Aid. Henderson, Ky. May 14th. 11UU. "I had rulTervil o lone that !1 come to bclicw that I iff wasn't worth living, hut it' different now. for Trutonn has given me new nterg nnil new hope", Mrs. Kmma llelil, 05 years oM, n well known llemlcrson treet, woman of Ui02 Washington fcdl on April 10. "Kor the pant twelve jear I've lieen trying to get relief from kidney trouhle. Severe pains lieteen my thoutders and In my limits caused mc to become very nervous. My stom-nc- h an't in very good shape, either. Cm would form in my stomach and rnusc me to belch anuoyingly. "I feel more like iluinir my work now than 1 have for n treat many months, since taking Trutona. The severe pains between my shoulders and my limbs have disappeared and I'm not nervous any more. 1 don't STORE. feel bloated after meals now and I'm not annoyed by tho belching." Trutonn, as Mrs. lieiil rays, lu. proven remarkably benctlrinl In the treatment of catarrhal nlfections of tne stomach, liver nnd kidneys and lr' a fnc reconstructive tonic following attacks of pneumonia, influenza nnd the like. Trutona Is now being Introduced and explained In I.nncater at It. K. McI'.OHKIlTS IMttKS STOKE. (Advertisement.) Small Gain In Church Membership Due To War and Influenza Epidemic. Incr.s.r Lets Than Any Oth.r of Present Century. During the ear 191 S, the lust year of the world war, the churches of the United States made n smaller pain in membership than nny other year in to the present century, according statistics prepared by the llev. Dr. II, K. Carroll for the Christian Herald. Dr. Carroll lias been preparing annual statistics of churches for more than quarter of n century, formerly for the Federal Council of the Churches Yur Milan, A lii.jicviit statesmnt. from whom the Journal Kpoca obtained n special Interview respecting the l.enist on the sex problem, complnins thnt n vast amount of count of the influenza epidemic. grotesque misrepresentation have apThe total number of church mempeared on the subject in hostile or unbers in the United States at the close sympathetic press. of the year was ll,CtiS,90R, divided Abolition of celibacy has been among the denominations as follows: adopted", he stated, "simply us a Konian Catholic Church, three bodies, Every Methodist, fifteen bodies, means toward class equality. woman, on uttalnlng her eighteenth 7,G7!),31I; Iinptist, fourteen bodies, 7,'Jl.Vl-- J; Lutheran, sixteen bodies, and every mnn on his twentieth year, is bound to inscribe his or her name 2,413,8!:!; Presbyterian, ten bodies, In a special regitcr kept at tho Com2,2rtU,n58; Disciples of Christ, two missariat of Unions, und must then bodies, 1 ,.1 1 1,1 00 ; Protestant Episcoa union within the period of pal, two bodies, 1,072,.11!1; Congrega-tiona- l, contract six months. 8I5,39C; Ileformed, four bod"Should they fall to do so, they arc ies, B 19,90:2; United llrethren, two served with three warning notices at two bodies, 307,990 j Evangelical, successive Intervals of two months, bodies, 209,097; K angelical Synod, nny step Is taken in the way of 200,015; Eastern Orthodox churches, before Every bachelor coercive measures. 472,794. The remainder is divided among thirty or more smaller denom- and ever' spinster is bound to furnish explanation of their irreguinations, some of which have n total :i written condition mid the only rensons admembership of only a few hundred. lar mitted ns valid are serious 111 health The smallest denomination reportor organic defects. ed it the Temple Society, with two "When two persons wish to mnrry churches, two ministers nnd 200 to the I'eo- -i j they present themselves pie's Commissary, who witnesses their In spite of the comparatively small i marriage. The same course is fol Increase in membership on the part lowed ns regards separating, only that of the churches, the growth in the commissary, after freeing the number of churches nnd ministers the pair inscribes the rr.an afresh compares favorably with former on the celibate list and the woman jenrs. The minister number lh9,-2tr- t, on the register of marriageable pera gnln for the year of 1,922. Tho sons, noticing each of the obligation number of congregations is 230,058, to find an increase over the previous year of months. another partner within six 500. "In case children have been born from their union they nre either delivered to the custody of purtcuiar parent desiring them or else divided between them. The Commissariat of dS ilniTVrVfrWff CURES Unions aids the youth of either sex in their quest of a mate by promoting A Um drops In the drinking witer earea and facilitating introductions among tt4prticnuvtitt dlsurhoM. eholer and ether chtek nfl healthy forms of social intercourse dtteaara. Ob 60e. bottle makes IS rations of mcdklo. Pint bottle, families of every type.'1 rrtea 11.20, make St rallona. At Down to the end of Mnrch, he says, drusrctita, or eni by mall postpaid. Cuurbon Remedy Co., Lealngton, Ky. the number of mnrriages celebrated between members of the workmen's and middle-clas- s families totaled TOBACCO STICKS flt $11. 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 anotherione like it, A. H. BASTIIN & CO. rmftsSarJanarsartarJalsartatuiRalsa Germans nre n hearties npnnla nr they couldn't treat a poor old cow like that. I am sending you one of my picI had with two fellows day. I would have been a without them, but you know how some fellows nre, think they are good looking, and want to be in every picture taken in camp. These were taken in Coblenz, and it is some town too. You can see all kinds of things there, and I enjoyed the time spent there fine. I'll tell you about it all when I come down to see you. We ore expecting to sail for home in May and I will be glad to get started, for things in this country "just ain't natural tall, tall". And do you remember the time I ate enough to fill that big- - pair of pants of Buds, well that's nothing to what I will do when I get there this time. Be good, tell all the folks I would like to see them, and will be down as soon as I can after I get home. Pvt. James C. Asher, Conn. Co. M., 125th Infantry, A. P. O. 734, A. E. F. I KHAKI I taken it I tures the otherlot better thinkother naRaRariateriiRartjrtalGiteBarBi COLUMN 1 f One Drop flAPPQ uni Mf Bankrupt Land. They don't know much in the big cities nbout the decreased productive power of agricultural land. But we haven't their excuse. We are not all farmers in Lancaster. Hut we are in a better position than New Yorkers and Chicagoans to know what n farm looks like. There are people in the metropolis who don't seem to know that you get milk from a cow. They think you get it' from a milkman. They think tomatoes come from a can. Hut there nre cogent truths in the science of agriculture which both Xew York and Lancaster seem con-tito ignore, and which grim necessity will force us to recogniie. We .hall find the schooling less painful If we start the course at once. The chemical elements which make -- oil fertile are nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, sulphur, sodium, nnd a The production of varfew others. ious crops impoverishes the soil in to the quantity of these 1 roportion ingredients which they subtract from it. At the price which tobacco farmers now pay for fertilizer the growth of one ton of tobacco takes from the soil $150 wortli of nitrogen, phosphoric ncid, and potash. deprives A bushel of wheat the soil In which it grows of 00 cents worth of the chemical constituents to nourish its which nre needed growth. And when n million bushels of wheat are exported we export with them $000,000 worth of chomicnl fertilizer for which we are not paid, nnd which in some form or other finds its wry eventually into the soil cf some cn foreign cou.itrv wh en li there riched while ours is impoverished. There nre now in tho United States less than 760,000 square miles of land waiting to bo cultivated, Including all ground not yet drained or irrigated. When this is taken up the .teady course of soil exhaustion will be In progress everywhere, and it will in arithmetic be a simple problem how soon we will be agriculturally bankrupt. Altogether it seems high time for us to be taking under consideration the question of maintaining the fertility of arable land. What they did in Europe we can do Hitherto the richness of untapped resources liuve mabled us to neglect those thrifty policies with which older nations have been able to prevent the exhaustion to which all cultivated land Ujcvcntually liable. The sooner we start the work of conservation the raster we shall And It. BBLSE. iiBiBiBiBiBiBiBiBiBHFHaB NOTHING but its downright actual account for the affection that Liberty owners feel for their cars. Their preference begins to assert itself the moment it dawns on them what a distinct difference there is in the way the Liberty rides and drives. They are attracted at the outset by its sheer physical beauty. But as tbey ride, they instinctively feel there is a quality to this difference in theLiberty which stamps it as superior.j In the first few minutes of driving their feeling that the Liberty must be an unusual car becomes positive conviction. And this appreciation invariably thrives as the miles multiply, into an evergrowing pride in Liberty performance ..and ownership. The following letter was received by Miss Lucy Jennings from her cousin, Conn Ashcr, who is with the 3rd, He lived near Army of Occupation. I'aint Lick until three years ago, and is well known in this county. "Oberhonncfeld, Germany, Mch 28, Miss Lucy Jennings, Uucna Vista, Kentucky, Dear Cousin: I just got to thinking about not having written to any of you since I have been over here, and as I expect to come home some of these days, and might want to come to see you and the rest of the little Jenningses, I thought I had better .write to you and get you in a state of mind that would make it safe for me to come around. I havj been in Germany since Pec. 1st, and we have been across the Khine since Dec. 13th, it was one of the rainiest days you ever saw, and we were about as uncnthusiastic lot as you ever saw, we were just finishing n 225 mile hike, and were In no humor to be very happy over anything, except something to cat and a place to sleep. This is a great country, nnd you have always heard that story nbout the Huns being the most ellicient people in the world. Well I guess they are, nnd I will tell you why, they never let nnything go to waste, they save it and use it up. We waste more than they live on, nnd tho bread they eat Isn't fit for a hog to eat, a lonf of it will weigh about six pounds nnd they nre not much larger than a loaf of bread nt home. But they work their cows to carts and plows, get them out after milking time in the morning, tie n lot of chains, pads and truck on their horns and make them pull by that all day, and then they havo the nerve to milk them again at night. I'll tell you these Strength NEED STRENGTH to meet durinf thet troublous niiety or orrow uajrr Siitneurenftb and bealtn. To bctlrool aad wctl, all tht orfinf of the body mutt perform th functions sMtjoed to lhro by nature. WOMEN Worry, ftleyffidney pills help weak, OTcnfcorled or dlieated kMnrt and bladder to normal and healthy actiou, ao that the ayatrm la freed froi watte and poiaoa oil nutter that eausea backache pains in side, ore musclea, atiff iointa, lutnbrio, rheamauam. pul&ocaa under cvea and kindred lyraptoma. Mrs. J. D. Miller, Syracuse, N.Y., write: hot many cars. off and on, I suffered from I had screre kidney trouble and rheumatism. backache and felt miserable, and I iot to a place where I had to do something. I bought Foley Kidoey Pills and after takin two bottle I caa aay my backache Is Cone, and where I used to lie awake nllhta with rheumatic pains, 1 now sleep in comfort and emoy a flood niflht'a rest, Foley Kidney fills did wonderful thinfls for me aad I recommend them, SOLD EVERYWHERE. For Sale PRIVATELY. Having told our Mill and entire output and will give possession between May 10th and 15th, will sell privately One Ton and Half Service Truck IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. One Ford Runabout 1NG00DC0ND1TI0N One Teem of Good Mules, Wagon fi Harness. s.D..A. THOMAS. IBBRTY S1X3 Lancaster Mills & Elevator Go. fhe Central Record, Lancaster, It) MAKE PRETTY KERCHIEFS Ky. Thursday, Way 15, 1919 SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY B not.n MnnT. !br!m Por Jfto hiffiMr.ity W n.tbli.l t.vcr. of kMney, wttrmtam. attarl blflil-Uunr. lofipr ft trnuhip ortrl all vilrAty d..ift( connect M wit!)..nilth restore to to bulX tn orfinna anil health organs wealui.. .J '.y i?l o Thie moit Inipnftitt nil r . rtw I pui.fv Mchl, ttcau lr.ty thn blood; uh'.m lt.y ia tiw. wjrii you are rioorpttl Oil hnn WrttrttiMit, i "r nb v urlml dnnith. irrivrl ill' in litr.' ti it Inr, rheumatism, r ywu lui 11 warn you of trmibi OOLn MCtMl Haarlem Oil Caji-- 1 ney Roll and Whip Border Is Made Attras. SURE RELIEF Killer nre the remedy you nel. T.tUe thfiM nr four every ilny. The healln oil rn,,lti into the celt and Mnlntc flf tm KMns "Inn1 drive out the po liana. rr liro .in In nHh 'vlll sur.? follow. When your normal vljror l.n been r contttiuu treatr. if.t for n whlla to keep yourself In cont.tlcn an.! rnt a return of th vjn't wait until oti are In.'apaMa of tMi. s'tart taklntf HI.r Ml; I ML, l. r n Oil t'apftu.ei tmlav Your 'Irun tlve by Drawn Threads Deeper Hue. of a tor! t hie, pains tn sioepb4n.e Ur bclo tb r tutvpui r. t cheerfully refund your money tf ynu nr not situnei with renulta. t Tn t be dure to gt the original Import MHOAti and accept no sub rl OULl In ntttiite. All thret alios HealM pack cm At Oiaw n ' 'i A Check fur the motiey yon ov e and l note how much more res-- I I ..n.. a i!. Mit'i iiuuy yuui uitruuoia ic They like to do PY ifurd yon. ' I)iisins3 with n man wlio .s-IIJS'3-- " has an account nt the f.' 'Ijrr-'-' GurirJ Bi: & Trail Co They knuv hi Is doing bui'iieu in a business like .vay. Hetter open such an accojnt evei it your affairs sre not large. They will grow all riht. The woman who dellslits In nviMnS dainty handkerchief. Is tiMially Inter-e.lM- l In novel wnj. nf varying th plnln square which she wlhe. to beautify. The handkerchief with the "roll mid whip" border (the hem of h!c!i I. rolled tiddly by moistening It n little with the linger tip, nnd wh!ped nmnnd nnd back ngnln with colored thread, to form tiny cro.e bonier) bn. been "licit n favorite that It Is now being ornamented by drawn threads of a deeper hue, Inserleil parallel to the edge, which give a mot effective touch to the finished hnndkef chief. It Is but n simple matter to draw these through the linen If they are atlnrbed carefully to the ends of.ihi. threads of the original fabric, which nre to be removed to make room for the colored ones. When the old Ihrerd Is slipped out the new one follows automatically In Its place. Two lines may I Inserted parallel If prefernsl to give more odor nnd character to the 'design. A simple Inltlnllng nt ono corner Is perhaps the most satisfactory decoration to finish the gift. Handkerchief linen Is obtainable In a variety of exqnllle shades, which nre most attractive when set off by n flnlshlnu touch In darker hue. OSSm TJBBBBBS rjsTB BB1 m a Mmmx m BBA F, JU' wtfxy vkm -- D BBS, mma m sva asBBV .ataav aBBBBBBBBBBBr fr SMOOTHEST SMOKING TOBACCO THE Smoke over your problems. A little drawin' on a frerCly pipe often saves a heap of drawin' on 9 a bank account. W a Velvet is a friendly tobacco in the USE FOR OLD CORSET STEELS Stays Dropping From Worn Garment Prove Valuable Accessory to the Sewing Basket. When n steel drops nut of the half-worcorset there hardly seem" any. use to which It can nny longer be put: but If yon will snve a couple nf these steels, especially the wider and more pliable ones, they will prove a' valuable accessory to your sewing has-keWhen sewing buttons, hooks ami eyes or simp favten'rs on n hem where It Is desired that the stitching does not show through to the opposite sMe of the garment, as, for InMnnee. when sewlng,the fasteners on the front nf n fine lawn or crepe de chine shirtwaist, leave one end of the hem un-- l stitched so as to Insert your steel. Your needle accordingly will pss, through only one thickness of goods I In sewing on the fastener. Corset steels nre also handy In mak-- 1 Ing bags opening nt the side anil used for all sorts of utility purposes. Place ( the steel across the top of the bag to brnce the stitching. It Is strong and' pliable, and In the end will serve Its purjioses far better than a piece of wood, no matter how light. HAT FOR SPRING AND SUMMER truest sense, because, like friendship, it has been allowed to ripen naturally The Garrard Bank & Trust Company nothing forced or unnatural. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CopHol There are "hurry up" ways with tobacco but only patient ageing (two years in wooden hogsheads) can bring out the mellowness that sets Velvet apart. Vtlv.t', ii.lur,..e,l mtlJa.,, ad .medlhs... m.. it Juit nsbt lor citsrfttc. $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Roll a Velvet Cigarette J. E. STOP.MES, Vicc-Pres- t. A. It. DENNY, President. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. R. HARRIS, Individual Book-keepe- r. HUGH MOB LEY, General know what mellowness is now think of a good friend who is never harsh to You you. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. There you have the big thing about Velvet mellow friendliness. You and Velvet begin your friendship today. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. H.'Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. Doctors' Fees The fees of dictip were prescribed by law In Ilaliylnn In the ihiys of Nebuchadrezzar. The rode nf Ilutnniunipl. thesreat lawBlver, provldeil : "If a doctor has operated with a bronze lancet on u man for a severe wound, and has cured him, or has removed a cutaract with n bronze lancet for n gentleman and cured the eye of the gentleman, he shall receive ten shekels of f liver. If the patient be the son of a freed-mathe doctor shall receive five shekels." About Roller Skates. Roller skates were patented and used In France as early as 1S1D. A few years later nn EiiKllshman named Sy-epatented them and manufactnred them In I.ondnn. SyerV sknte conslt-e- d of a sandal mounted nn five narrow wheels In n single row, so arranged, however, that only two of them could touch the floor at the same time. Several other similar skates were patented In England during the next 40 years. 15 Vsil uaTT.Mviirvioscco ca.1 Optimistic. Thought We lose what Is certain whllo we arc seeking shadows. Red and white plaid ratln on Ivory chip straw, decorated with groagraln ribbon and cherries. J? RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. STOP! LOOK! World's Best Climber. The world knows no better climber than the Itorky mountain sheep. Chicago Dally Journul. Great Truth. If we knew half as much at forty aa we thought we knew nt twenty, we could be drawing princely salaries ns prophets. Instead ot grubbing along nt plain work. Exchange. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Orfice Phone 18. SMUDGE SAVES POTATO CROP Director and "Smoke Screen" Successfully Applied to Field of Tubers In Hardin County, Ohio. LISTEN! i We arc equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE 3AND1GAS ENGINE REPAIRING We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. battery charger We have installed and are now ready for battpry charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and wo will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction On nil makes of Automobiles or Engines. guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. ICY. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, Phone 31. (Prepared by the United States Dprt-men- t of Agriculture.) A member of the farm bureau In Ilnrdln county, Ohio, saved u Seek Truth Even In Error. Held of late (sitatoes from frost Inst There Is no error so crooked hut It fall by the use of u smudge. The poIn It some lines of truth, nor tatoes bad made practically no growth hath lson so dendly that It serveth during July anil August because of dry Is any Spurn not not some wholesome e. enther, but Here maturing In good u seeming error, but dig below Its shaie when, on the tilght of Septem- surface for the truth. Tupper. ber "I, the temperature dropied below the freezing i!nt. Preparations Good tfi Discontent. hail been made for Justuch an emcr-gincA lot Is said about contentment, but Haled straw bad been placed In readiness, and at ll)::tO that night discontent bus Its value, Iihi. It Is the the tires were started. It was found mainspring of progress, , man must that a heavy smoke could be made by be discontented with what he has beusing wet straw after the llamv had fore ho will try to betUT his been applied. Tires were kept burning In 1UL places, unl It Is otlumtcd that ten tons of tra ucre used. The enAi Matter of Duty. tire Held was kept covered with smoke, It may not l.e ours to utter cinvlr.c-In- g and after the sun bud been up u few nrgiifier.ls, but It may be ours to hours the following day It was plain that Iho potatoes had been saved. The live bolv lives, It may not lie ours to potatoes remained green until October be subtle und lenrr.ecl iit.il logical, but 1. Other foliage, not completely cot', It may be ours to be to ro tioblo and crcd with smoke, wan killed by the sweet und pure, Canon 1'iirrar. frost. Bad for Discipline. n "I INSECT INJURY drop understand there's In tendency- tn TO PREVENT I lie navy." 'Aye, nje, sir. That would never do." "Of course Add Arsenate of Lead to Bordeaux not. ll's one of the traditions of the Mixture Us Car In Making If Hint sort of thing were service. and Applying Material. encouraged It wouldn't be long before i a 'gob would be saying 'Yep' to aa Simple Bordeaux mlxturo will not admiral." Birmingham kill Insects. In onler to prevent Insect Injury add ursenate of lead at Removing Old Putty. the rate of two pounds to each fifty A great deal of scraping ran he gallons of Bordeaux (or ten pounds to Is to lie removed, the tok). Great care should saved, when putty It some nitric or hriHdng over be used when making and upplylng by Do not spray hydrochloric nciil uml leaving It for Bordeaux mixture. two. A brush Unit Is trees with It during damp, foggy an hour or use should be employed, weather or during a rainy period ; for nt no further nti tbo iiflil rtlltis It. Tin mittv nt thA It It likely to cause burning of tbs ot the time will be found softened leaves and russetlng of the fruit. At end an extent that little more than such a tlmt solution may to audi a wipe is needed. be aubatjtutedj for Bordeaux. Like real liquid sunlight ia Hanna's Green Seal Paint in the way it banishes darkness, dirt nnd and brightens every surface it comes in contact with. It makes homes look cleaner and din-gines- s, 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 same tqirit of "Clean Up and Paint Up." Formula oa Every Pwkaf CONN BROS, Lancaster, Ky. j Tha Central RacorJ. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 15 1919. POTATO INSECTS VERY INJURIOUS Colorado B"2lle Is Sure to Exact Heavy Tell il Close Watch Is Not Kept. HARMFUL TO GARDEN POLLY'S DCND. was n visitor In Jcttnminc county Sunday. Miss I.cona Coomer has returned to tier heme In Cincinnati. Mr. r.nd Jin, WilHanr. Morraw arc ttic rroii'l ircnti of a fine boy, Jim 'tcpt.cr.r l nt home after u liit with hl parents In Wnync Co. Mr nnl Mrr. Otis Iltnkcmnn visit-U-- il I. r rents m Niclio!nsvillo, Sun- Ollie Orvin McMurtry Jciramnc, his lister, Mrs. Al-l- ie Willinmc, Stn.ilny. Mr. r.n I Mr.. Krwin lllakemnn unJ !r. t)run,r..on.l McMurtry were in N'lcholcitvlllo shopping SiturJay, Mr. Keyon Scott and young bride, of Jesramine, wcro with his sister, Sit j. Hmry Williams Jr., for the Ait 'it end. CROPS Water, wife and children, of i Mr. Philip Mcore of this place has purchased n ford tourinp car. Miss Tildn Vnrmoth wr.s with Miss Hazel Moore Sunday afternoon. Quite a number of people of this pli.ee were in R.chmond recently. Mr. r.urtcn Sanders and Ciratit Snndcre were in Richmond rceently. Misses Alpha and Viola l'rcwitt were week end of Miss Mattle DI'.ADSHAW MILU lloltoti. Jlr. and Mrs. CfcT.eron l'ruitt and Xr li. II. Lone was v. ..1! her fath- - i!.uf:hter, Iiuth, were quests 0f Mr. cr. 'Ir. ."ler.n T.o:ii? Sunla; Mr-- . Uasconi t'revvitt Sunday. til Attack, Eggplant, Tomato, Ground Cherry and Other Plants Dlliter Ctetle Feeds Upcn All Forms of Garden Truck. hy tl. I i' n i r: VltV . iv.pi p.m r pi I .!" ? r r.r " I rr f-.- if ' k. - JL'L.ssVMETTzJsMsmE tTENs. tlleparhl tiitnt it Ai,ri ultun.l If rnreful wntili U nut kept. tli Cnliiniili potato IiitIU- - In certain lu I a lieiny lull. This ln-- t t unit I' "slugi" nri' m well known tluit iii il svrlptlon 1 niie'-iir- ) here. f Hit' peM oners n Inr. Tin' renc nf tin' Tiillul Mlntfn, I. lit it i irtim lint found I'Xtelmhely or III inrli.l Iii JnrloiK timiilxm nenr (Id- - II tiiomi t nlu. Il ntHiuniH from New I.; Iiiml niul fitwiil.i In rinrliln, wi Inn tn Texn, nti' I In ilic nnrtlierii I' region, where It Im hivtiwi' Inn' nine only recently, ltoth tin 'V..,. (Hie )iiur?. or lnr m ) i nml I . turtle (nilulti) fi'inl iihiii the mi t plant. After paliig tln winter tin- - ground, tin' I iKimlly nppe r nt n limit tin- - mini' Uim n the miiii-- i plant, toy t lit I r i Tin, ntul contln i feeding, Hm'' tifiin hum I nrn. eteclnlly tho-- o grown fur c.i ilni iuriM. When tin- - "lus" i the Ural rrni In gin their work they ' uually f.nMi up (lint begun by uterwliitireil bii'tle, leaving only bar-- ' Mew, which tiiiniiii ilry mid Muck. tuto, I tin' ir Aftir r .n nttaik iTtn1jint and other at plant of I In- - iitiitn futility, tnduillti..' tiimntn, ground cherry, Jlnipon wil. g nml rclateil went. In the limit northern range nf tlil lirect there l prole u yrur, dut nlly only inn' tun generations nml n purtlul third r tnltnl Flntm lupin r r i rct s3HVMSBSBHiarBSlJBSK ' BSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBS iv r Mr. ami Mrs. Jesse East and ilauRhtcr, Martha and Flora II., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Merln AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR Lone SALE OF A TELEPHONE FRANCHISE IN THE CITY OF LANMrs. Irene Asbill, .Mr. .N'nltli Asbill, Miss Fannie Asbill of White Hall, CASTER, GARRARD COUNTY, were week-en- d Kuests of Mr. and Mrs STATE OF KENTUCKY. S. N'. Sandtrs and family. The City Council of the city of Misses Hv.i and Berta Taylor County, State of it number of friends Sunday Lancaster, Garrard those boins present were Mr. Ilobert Kentucky, do orJain ns follows: Sec. 1. That tluro is hereby creatUay, Mr. Floyd Snyder, Mr. Klbcrt or a franchise Murphy, Miss Geneva Turner, Mr. ed and established privilege to erect, tpcrntc and mainRussell Henderson. tain a telephone exchange embracing central office apparatus telephone poles, fixtures, cable and wires along, through, over and under the streets, sidewalks and alleys of the said city , nf Lancaster. Kcntuikv. ' Sec. "J. The jaid franchise or privilege shall continue for the period of I ten years from and after the time tne same (.hall take c.Tect. Sec. 3. The purchaser rf said franchise or privilege may assign or transfer tha tame J Sec. I. Said poles, fixtures, cables and wires shall bo erected and maintained in a substantial and workmanlike manner; raid poles shall be neatly painted and shall be so located as not to interfere with the legitimate entrance to any adjacent 3l ORDINANCE. i ii jsslllss&sMa ' MUSKOGEE BOY, ' w ' I at International at Chicago. coltl for the worltls record price 53. 1G per pound for the Red 1917 Grand Champion Steer Cro-i.s- FVVIE KNIGHT Grand Champion Steer at the Chicago. 11)18 International His hide was made into an overcoat and presented to President Wilson. . TT pP4taPrp.pr.arjirjippJiP I FIRST ANNUAL SALE OF THE B RAOSHAW ABERDEEN ritliiT ilmnrotlc fowl ent the heelle nml Ian bp. ."n aImi ilu nnke( fnniK nml tkuiiks. nlilrti frnpii ntly gerse n tlum, remedy, nf li'iiil I tin1 .reii-nli- " a nihlmil under ulhnnnl. Duck, guinea, nml H hi let AfiUS CATTLE ? t "Iiul jj :J private property, nor to obstruct the free use of said streets, sidewalks and alleys for the purposes of public travel. Sec. S. The purchaser of said franchise or privilege, his successors or assigns, shall promptly replace all paving and macadamizing that may be disturbed by said purchaser in setting said poles, and shall at said purchaser's own expense remove all dirt and debris that may arise in making excavations for that purpose. All work of setting poles shall be done under the supervision of the street committee, and it shall be the duty of said committee to see that the provisions of this ordinance arc faithfully complied with. Sec. C. The city of Lancaster shall have the right to place, main-- J tain and opcrrte its fire and police wires upon polc3 of said purchaser (within corporate limits of said city) Dlliter Beetles. ItllMrr Utile sn nest In lniir-tntic- e t tin1 I'olorndo itnt tieetle a iKitatii lnect. They are ultmlcr, Koinc AT STOCK YARDS IN LANCASTER, KY., s FRIDAY, MAY lfith. 1 kl HEAD a 7 5 BULLS, AND 37 COWS AND HEIFERS ) Cows and Heifers all with calves at foot sale day or close to calving. si 15 s. i Colorado Potato Beetle and "Slugs," or Larvae, at Work. what fuift limlliil. of various colnr. anil fori! upon all form of cnrdiii truck, appearing to prefer potatoes following Willi Iwati". peu, and reunslu'a lated cmp. IxTtK, caMiaci'S and otliem. When occurring nn Hie calliil the they are Muiietliiie "old fnshliined potato hugs." tin- - bent retneily, Iail arM'tintu prepared ami nppllril a illrii'liil for the Colorado potato beetle, but driving nml burning also uro useful. BOOST GIVEN SHEEP RAISING Organization Formed In Louisiana to Interest Farmers tn Breading Batter Animals. trwrril by th I'nltrd Flairs Drpnrt-nien- t of Agriculture.) n men of Hie The 3 United Slates ilepartineut of niirtrul-tur- e now working In cinipenitlve ileni. onstratlon project with shite extension forces will be under the mpervl-fdo- n of (1. II. lledell, who was formerly comity agent of Green county, Mr. lledell lias been specialist In kheep beguu Ids work In the fiileral demid partment March 17. The work of the department' extension man In LouH-an- a la lllustrutlre of what tlici work ers are doing In many parts of the country t Improve Ihe sheep Industry. He asUtctl In bringing the lnepmin nf that state together nt a meeting of lite stock raisers, which resulted In the organluillon of the Louisiana Sheep llreeder' and Wool Grower' The purjwse of this HSMiclatlon. Is to Interest farmers In raising more and belter sheep, to sell and to their wool clips unite tin-i- lo their flht agulnst sheep-kuludogs. subscribers of said Telephone shall have free service on all telephone J? lines throughout the County of Gar- rard, and also through the Hubble SL JJ j' exchange. S -Sec. P. Work on said telephone it s. ij ' plant shall be commenced in good SI faith within thirty days from the i date of the sale and acceptance of 7 the bid for same and shall be com-I- f pleted within six months from said JJ date by the purchaser or purchasers m of said franchise. Sec. 10. Within ten days after 0 the approval and publication of this if ordinance, it shall be the duty of said S 27 City Council through Its Mayor to advertise in the Central Record, the U only newspaper published In the City S of Lancaster, Kentucky, and having AUCTIONEERS. a general circulation therein, for two Col. W. II. Cooper, Herdrick, Iowa., Col. Faye L. Houtchens, Dlandinsville, Illinois, consecutive weeks, that bids will be Col. J. B. Dinwlddie, Stanford, Kentucky. Col. Am. Bourne, Lancaster, Kentucky, received at public outcry for the beM. A. Judy, West Lebnnjn, Ind, Sales Manager. If? fore mentioned franchise or privilege and said Mayor shall according to U sucli advertisements receive such PLEASE POST. WRITE KOK CATALOG. bids, and report same to said City if Council at its next regular meeting, and said City Council shall award ' such franchise or privilege to the highest and best bidder, subject how- I with Mrs. Mary Sanders. Mrs. T. 0. Hill. Mr. J. N. Teater, evcr to the approval of said City Optimistic Thought HUCKEYE A Judicious llenn Is always better Council. Said advertisements shall Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittakcr Mrs. Harrison Ray and Mrs. Morrison Brown all who have been ill fur sev- than truth spoken without charity. reserve the right to reject nay and Mr. R. W. Sanders sold to Linard and children were guests cf Mr and weeks are still confined to their eral all bids. The bidder to whom such Mrs. Henley Whittaker, Sunday. Tl Glbcn a cow price $110.00 rocms. franchise or privilege sl.all bo awardMr. and Mrs, Iliri.nt Rry and famMrs. S. X. Mprford and son and ed shall pay the an:cur : of such bid ily were In Richmond Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw daughter, and Miss Peachie Mae Sanin cash, or by duly certified check, to and daughter, Martha Francis and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and ders were In Lexington last wtk. the treasurer of said City of Lancas- son, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Simpson, Mrs. West, Mrs. Ther-ig- Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins were within ten days after said fTTTVPS ter A. C. Miles: and daughter Ollle, spent Satur- guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. T. A f.w drooa I a I a a tfrlaMM I and day with Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Hoover. 0. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders This ordinance shall take effect ana prmnu wllu aBBBBBBk nribota, olaci,iSi2liS. u I and be in full force from and after Bfsssssa Miss Barbara Cullty were m LexingMr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and Mrs. ton, Monday. Termelia Bogie motored to Bohon Oflmlstle Thought I regret often that I have spokes, drussteu, w saat It Ball awtsaid. J. M. DUNCAN, Mayor, Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son. Bur- Saturday to attend the sale of Mrs. never that I have beeu silent. ' aowrbon ntmatfy Lasinfian, a,. Harry Anderson, Clerk. nett, spent several days last week Shelton Teater. a si s. 2 a Angus Cattle Breeders must take notice of one of the Biggest Auction Sales of Registered Angus Cattle ever held in Central Kentucky. This offering consists of a carefully selected lot of cows from all the popular tribes Blackbirds, Blackcaps, Prides of Aberdeen, Queen Mothers, Heather Blooms, Duchesses and Bruce Hill Violets. It is a choice offering all through. Good bulls, regularly producing females, and heifers that give promise of growing into valuable matrons. The same blcod that is commanding attention in all the big sale and show rings is present here and those wanting the best should aim to be present at this Sale. Eight of the cows have calves at side by Envion, a Trojan Erica (Enchantress branch) Bull. The get of the celebrated champion bull, Blackcap Star, who is at the head of the great Caldwell herd of Missouri. Other cows and heifers in this sale are bred to Blackcap Royalty which is a richly bred Blackcap Bull. The cows and heifers are of the most pleasing kind and every one will prove a money-make- r. They 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. free- - of charge, provided said wires shall be so located upon said poles in U such a way as not to interfere with The wires of said purchaser. i the I? i purchaser agrees to furnish, free of tsj charge to the city of Lancaster, three -a; long distance Pay Station telephones with nictalic circuits, to be placed where directed by said city within iJ said city. Sec. 7. If after said exchange is ' established, said purcjiater, his suc-cesaors or assigns, shall fail to pcr-- ( form all terms and conditions of this ordinance, said City Council may, after giving said purchaser, his suc- cessor or assigns, reasonable notice of such failure, and such failure is not remedied, revoke all rights and I privileges herein granted, and cause i- all poles, wires and apparatus ercct- ed under this ordinance to be remov- ed. Xothing in this franchise shall be jj construed so as to give the purchaser, 7j j its successors or assigns, any exciu--- m sivo right to the privilege granted in f J, SI 3 JJ' Sec. S. The rates to be chargul for telephone service in residences f hall not exceed the sum of Sl.CI r J: month and the charges for business houses and offices shall not exceed the sum of $2.75 per month and all p.-- A. D. BRADSHAW. WALKER BRADSHAW. 5 3 3 3 Liberty Bonds Taken on Cattle. Cattle are all tested and can be shipped anywhere. yOieDrow at GAPES c., The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 15, 1919. I . M Her Choice B7 f CARDS, MS M. S. i VICTOR REDCUFFE It W.it.ta Nr,p.rrt CaM.I Sho was a dainty bit of early lithe, lovely of face, exquisitely attired ns to bocomlns neatness. There wns spirit In her, too, for she ronfrontetl Arthur Ilnnil.ill, n loutish Iml of fifteen, with Mazing eyes, fluhetl cheek hnil white, dellcnte hands clenchvil. "Vou Brent stupid 1" she quavered. "Ixink nt my scurf, wrlnplns wet. And you cnwnrdl When the phnk bent you thought only of yourself, nnd let en of me nnd Jumped for dry land, nnd If I hndn't been quick nnd nimble I would hnve Bono Into the brook," nnd Hrmn Ilruce turned her back snunrely npon the culprit "Where you going?" he challenged. "I am going to walk to the old bridge. Cntch me wanting your company or trusting to your care again I" They were children of wealthy par ents, neighbors, and until Arthur had got Into domineering wnys, had been close companions. To get home from a ramble they had cvnded the bridges spanning two brooks nnd trusted to n narrow plnnk to help n short cut home, for Arthur was. disagreeable ami Erma cross nnd pettish. "Hold on!" he objected, ns he started off. "You promised a kiss If I got across that plank. "Come nnd get It," flashed back Erma, and ns the callow youth approached her hand described n sharp circle. He drew back with n mut ter of rage, nursing his stinging cheek. "If you're ever my wife, I'll make yen pay for that!" he snarled. "If I ever nm, I deserve to be!" cried Erma disdainfully. She rounded Ann clump of buhes and hesitated. other boy stood in her path. He was dandified Arthur, totally unlike the "only n common boy," but she smiled upon him. "Yon look tired," snld Wnldron Penrce. "It's a good mile to the bridge, nnd you save that by fording the second brook. It's quite shallowest now, nntl If you like I'll see that you get across without spoiling those rretty slippers." "How will you?" catechized Erma. Don't fear. I'll "I'll enrry you. not drop you nor leave you In midstream." He was not of her set. His father was only an ordinary millwright, but Erma walked by his side hoping thnt Arthur saw them. When they reached the second brook he was stumbling along behind them. "If you please," spoke Waldron, nnd he lifted Erma In his arms. She did not demur except to tell him be would wet his shoes and stockings, but he only laughed nt that and his color ran high at the contact of those pretty arms clasping his neck, confidingly. Then Erma thanked him ns he landed her high and dry beyond the And then n mischievous brook. twinkle enme Into her eyes ns she saw Arthur In full view watching them. "You may kiss me, you brave boy!" she spoke. In n voice purposely raised. "I love brave boys. (Joodby, nnd thank you." and she darted homewards with n mocking laugh, meant for the discomfited Arthur. The slap Arthur won forgot, for he lacked sensitiveness nnd saw little of Erma for four years. Ills father had died and Arthur was put In play ns manager of his he was a business. As to Wnldron shop foreman, earning n liberal salary, but not mingling much socially. One day Erma was driving her limousine when It broke down directly In front of the IVarce borne. .A sight of the open door cf n rear struc-"lur- e used Tpy Waldron as n shop. Influenced her to hope that she might command ready mechanical aid. She left the machine nnd passed through the ynrd. She bolted at the echo of familiar voices. "I will give you twenty thousand dollars for your Invention," sounded the voice of Arthur. "It Is lndlpens. able to our plant nnd I will take the risk of the contrivance turning out Impracticable." "My price Is one million dollars," came the clear, Incisive declaration from Wnldron. "As to Its utility and value, the best experts have passed favorably upon those features." "I'll double my offer, then," sjioke Arthur, "and I say, I'earce, you can't deny thnt you have a sneaking fondI'll ness for Erma Ilruce. fioodl throw her Into the bargain." "I would give a world If It were mine for one unlle from the loveliest woman I have ever met," snld Wul-dro- n with deep emotion, "but I must recent your right to nllude to her as your especial property." Erma drew back out of view as Arthur left the shop. Waldron wondered at her suffused face and gracious manner as she asked him to examine Within a few mlu-ute- s the automobile. he had adjusted the break. He thrilled with pleasure as Enna Invited him to a social function at her home to take pleace the folluwlug Merit. It was nut a casual Impulse. In a flashing moment the contemptible overconfident Arthur had faded Into Insignificance with Erma In comparison with the manly young Inventor, and It was destined that. Just a he had carrltd her over the brook In the sweet olden time, he was to share her company through all the yean of bp- jij married lite. (OsHiUtt. ISIS, HATFIELD DENTIST Mlfc J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. W Office over The Garrard Dank Office 5. RIJene 37C Phone, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. SHEEP CLUB BOY'S PROFITS Investment Paying 100 Ter Cent duced Farmers to Take Renewed Interest In Industry. (I'rrpnrrJ ' jiHnunijiHUiimiHHr itasssslB ring-i- n with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert for packing! SAY, youll have a streak of smokeluckif that'll all right, you'll r the IVIteit males lsrn.irt-men- ! of Anrlrullure.1 -- , KENTUCKY. I.nte In the full of I'.HT, Ceorge Ir- DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. county, liidluhn. nnd win of Henry nine other lys In his nelghlMirhi""! OflUa llouri 8 to 12 and I lo 5 p.m. organized n sheep club. A few Interhunk ested Mockmrn and the made It islMo for the club lyr t" I'm h s.ctire one purtfcbr.l ewe npleie. boy gave bis note to the bunk for i!ie purthase price of Ids sins p. FUNERAL DIRECTOR In the summer ,if win Cii.rge Irwin Ollli'r ()rr National Hank. presented the following statement of his work nml Investmuit: Iteiidence There 3. Other Chore;.? Disbursements. I.ANCASTEIt. KY. Cost of 1 rise ..il lent Interest en hcte. lnl J. fl.Beazlev Total tost 1 1 1 M. si. Just between ourselves, you never will wise-u- p to until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to' hit the you land square on that Prince Albert I Well, sir, youll be so happy youU want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide open I Talk about smoke-spo- rt I Quality makes Prince Albert so all-fir- particular amokeappetite appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands out I P. A. can't bite or parch I Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what oils your lamb Isold) Wool nolJI ee (inventory! lamb isoMI Receipts. ..l" 3& .. J!3 .. &) ,. 34 PATRICK, Dentlwt. Total rrcelrta Total eost Paint Lick. I'"1 Kentucky. front t Ymm hm Prime AtlH rym hmtm ithmcf U $mM. TVtw W tstffc. mmmd mm4 kmtf mmund tim kmmi4mtT-mtitty mmmtlmm prmetiemi mmmnd tnttmt gU hmmtfm milk tmtmgm tkmt im tmtk ptrftxt ttmditmm. mmUtmtr lAf Amn th f fJ fij, cv lt R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Cempmaj, WinstoB-Sale- N. C per rtit Investments pnylns en- - worth looking Into decided VETERINARIAN. uho lhel In tin' locullty of Day or this clnh, nnd Interest In sheep ml- - Calls An.xrrnl Promptly Ing lnerens.il. Nitht. I'hon. 317. toy In the llinry County Anotlur , LANCASTHR. elub tins developed a lloek of .T KENTUCKY. nnd plans to hnw more. Ills father has biToine so Interest. il Iti his s,in'i ' nork thnt, although the Ixiy Is rutber young, he l ullnu.tl to go to snlrs and to do his own bidding on pm- t'ets for hl floek. I'metlriilly nil t' f Dr. Printus Walker ei Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. i John M. McRoberts. , Buggies ARE MADE TO ORDER We have Pi,. II i iMS-r ( J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, fiivK mi: KENTUCKY- - a trial. j Satisfaction Guaranteed. I W. A. WHEELER DENTIST I.ANCSTKI, KENTUCKY. p.m. Ofllee over Stormes Ilrui; Store. the finest and best Buggies ever i i Hours ? 12 a.m. 1 I Sheep Exhibiting Club Members Their Animals. h seen Lancaster and our PRICES are RIGHT. We seli cheap Look before you buy. in loys enpnged In the sheeii-eluwork are keeping their foundation nnlnmls FRUIT AND SHADE TREES nnd nt the same tlmo are nddlnc to their stork. I'revlous to 10IS there ere but few Imih nnd tlrls onrnnlzeil Into sb.ii rlubs tinder the siiH'rvlslnn of the deportment of nrrleiilturo nnd the stnte rolletes. With the hlch Tlc of wool nml mutton, the k!hi project, however, hn brinino Inrr.iis-Ingl- y jKipulur. Last year 2S7 such rlubs were organized wlt'i mi enrollment of 3.01.1 members. Durlns the year S,(Klj htmbs were rnled by these joune pi'ople nnd 2,il imiiiiiiIs of wool were lnurkete.1. The totnl nlue of the tloeks nt the end of the jenr wn SKIl.lTltlO; the Initial it.st of the sheei, tiigetlir with the expense of feeillnc them, wns W,IVJ2; the totnl profit made by the hojx nnd Klrls who were membera of the sJuep clubs mid who continued the work throughout the yenr wok 9 1,(60.38. The results the boys hne been Kittlns hnve openisl the eyes of their (uthers. The boys nnd Klrls In the sheep clubs nre In every state Unit demonstrntlnc sheep nre prolltnble If well handled. I NOTICE STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, CRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE Illustrated Catalog NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Snns EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON, KV. BOOKKEEPING Buslness,Phoaagrapay TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY 1... 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIQ:' u. Ufmmr. 'fsl lsall tlaa nr1 I tfsl ( iwiaasa. la .ralstllal i Also a big shipment of Wagon and Plow I LIVE STOCK A r NOTES! ton iif tneri UlrwWILUL nme Inr tnre H U. tlVITII. t.'lrr Mj. LsySl. no. niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinir, assists In economical ork production becuuso It prevents waste. I If there nro no trees In the line lots, It will iu necessary to provldo urtlll-,cln- l shade. I Venersble Trets. Aocorillni: to therlnrs on Hi,, stumps of lIir fiiks iut nt W.iiii.wiiue. Me, for shlpbiillillnK, n nil. i,. of the tr,.,., were from )., U", , .1M ..i.i, ull(1 some had been trow In f ip t.'it) yeiim. 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. I . I... (sortnlile one. There Is no way we enn make pork faster thun to turn thu hoes out Into a Held of clover. dehornlni; more satisfactory than ' The undersigned h tTlhv tttVn n s Vie to nil persons not to trespass upon POSTED Ftt,i LANCASTER, W. J. ROMANS KENTUCkY. When pl.n are kept free from notice. It Is not bard to gtt them to Mrs. Cora lliillins. If t grow at wuaulnt time. Mrs. Emma Daniels, It would be a ,kX)H Idea for each It. h. Arnold. fanner to raise a" few enhes and et Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hockley, the benefit of higher prices likely to Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbothnm, prevail. Edd nnd N. B. Price. S. C. Kicsby. Tobacco dust or stems chopped fine D. M, Anderson. and placed where sheep and lambs can Ilalwan have access to them will hvin It. L. Darker B. Kelley, prsveat stomach worms. ur wnuj xor any purpose whatever is we will prosecute nil offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters nnd fishermen esoeelniiu t.u sr ! ' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 15 1919. mmm 1 - Honor Roll of Locust Woman Thinks She Is Privileged to Talk. Grove School. UliADi: I. Louise Preston, Hubert Preston, Mary Cobb, Theodore Stinnett, IM1 Spcake, Marvin Tapp, James Hnrdwick and Henry Stinnett. (iltAI)R II. Wilbert Preston, I.ura Itay-moiHumphrey, Virgil Hnr.lwjck, Hnrdwick ami Dlllard Tnpp. GRADK III. Earnest Preton, Cora Preston, Lucy Spcake, Clyde Preston, Grade Humphrey nml LMiza-bet- li Humphrey. (ilSAI)K VI. Zeldn Onstott, Spcake anil l.lnn McMillian. GRADK VII. Alberta Spenke. 1L 3C 1C r.t.',.',7i::f The longest lasting benefit, the greatest satisfaction for "Own Your Own Home." : the slogan nowadays and a good one too. Why don't Jou do it? Don't thin', that you require n very larne bunk account to do it. It you raw enau'.'n in nuikc a reasonable first paymen: on n luitnb'j imall plate, and cannot make satisfactory arrangements with the present cwn- er, go and have a heart to heart talk with your banker about It. Even if he can't do it himself he probably knows of Homebody who would be glad to invest in n little place and sell it on the easy payment plan. Such nn investment, with the certainty o getting his principal gradually back with interest, would nppeal to many a man. We arc tnkng it for granted that your credit Is good; if it is sou are the man we arc talking to. Now we will suppose that the pre bnuiiaiies are over and that you arc settled in your own home. You are n householder now, with a feeling You plant pride ami responsibility. ornamentnl shrubbery where and when you wish. You make your lit' ou potter about in you tie garden. spare hour, and improve or rcpai your house. Whatever you lo en hances values or at least keeps them up. There is no necessity of asking any one whether you may or may not do this or that. You have the independ cnt and contented feeling of a man who has really a stake on the face o the earth. they will have And your children something more than a temporary abode a real home. It will be home tlVt they con look back to with remembered happiness. Moving from one place to another docsnot tend to building up character. A settlej home with all its accessories does Convinced? Then go and look up your home. your tooth. sweet "If anyone ever had a miserable stomach I surely had. It was growing worse, too, all the time. Had severe pains ami attacks every ten days or two weeks and hail ,to call a doctor, who could only relieve me for i short while. Two years ago last February I took n treatment of Mnyr's Wonderful ltcmedy and I have not had u spell of p.tin or misery since, My friends just wonder that I feel I am I am looking so well. privileged t talk nboJt it.' It Is n simpli harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes prac-ticnlall sumach, liver and .n'estin-a- l rilmcrts, Including .ippendicltis. )re dose will convince or money K. C. McROBERTS an.' adv. .JrU'fvists everywhere. The Mercer Produce Co just back of the Post Office at present, but hope to be in permanent quarters in Is temporarily located a few weeks. We are in the market for all kinds of PRODUCE, HIDES, ETC. for which wo pay the highest market price and will appreciate your business. U MERCER PRODUCE WRIGLEY5 packages. Air-tight f. Urban Vs. Rural. Chicago and Detroit,, two of our largest Western industrial centers have Just been confronted with the question of "wet or dry" in an elec. unhesitatingly voted tlon. Iloth J. A. BRATTON, Manager Lancaster, Kentucky. in the sealed and "wet". The Chicago question was purely a municipal one. In Michigan the voting on prohibition was state-widThe state went dry. The sentiment In rural communi ties is largely against the sale of liquor. This is probably because the smaller places arc more largely Amcr ican, and the customs of life are sim pier. The complex life of n great city, full of the foreign element, and with less social restraint favors the wet side, the small places go in BUCKEYE .... 3 COMPANY. DC impurity-proo- SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT WRAP PCD "dry". "HEWING GUM r J The In a state-wid- e election the small places can always outvote the large ones. In the end the rural commun ities can enforce their standards am wihcs upon the city dwellers. We look In time for the principles nd sentiments of the country to clean up the large cities, in many directions, BUENA VISTA Mr. A. I). Scott of Grecndale a recent vis'tor here. was Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kuble spent Monday in Harrodsburg. .Mrs. John Hnrrigan of Cincinnati is visiting her father hers. Oliver Double Disc Harrow, Standard Disc Harrow, John Deere Disc Harrows, John Deere The Head Corn Planter, Black Hawk Corn Planters, at An InquMtUo of the Family. that srlt'iitM statcx the nverago AmiTli'iin family Is con special prices if taken at once. j.cd of pwplo. Who Is the .01 hy, the old man, l ciiurve. John Deere and Oliver Riding Cultivators on Leather. $50. Walking Cultivators $15. Smoothing Har- Hub theCrease lightly with ether and Main an- any mark!) left sponge then If then' rows $12.50 and $22. Cultipackers CHEAP. away with n weak solution of oxalic - itcd relatives heie this week. I M Mr. Paul Wilson has been visiting grnnd-fn'hc- r in Jesamine. .Mr. Leslie Kuble made a business trip to Sulphur Well last week, Mr. Steve Vanderpool and son of Lixlngton were visitors heie Thurs day. Mr. Lewis Williams who has been with the A. E. F. is home having been discharged from service. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O Deal House. HAVE THE arid. If ou arc afraid to tru.t your Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Ruble have re. own ability to remote the stain take tlio grip to n leather store wliero bags turned home after two months stay arc told. In St. Petcnburg. Florida. Miss Stella Mae Grow was the at tractive guest of Miss Margaret As kins Saturday and Sunday. Mr. J. S. Ison and Miss Nettie Ison were in Stanford Wednesday attending the District Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ruble nnd Mlsj Ada Dlsmukes were in Lexing ton, Monday and attended the races. President Crossfield of Trnnsyl vnnia University delivered a splendid nddress at the school here Saturday WE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET I Buick AND night. Misses N'ettie Ison and Nettie As- kins and William Ison are uttending commencement at Asbury College, at ilmore. Mr. Alice Scott nnd daughter Chris tl-- .e and Mr. Charlie Ilion spent Sat urday and Sunday with friends in Lexington. Misses Nannie Sloane and Ilettle Scott two of our popular teachers, have returned to their koines for the summer vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Brooks and children have been visiting Mrs. Brooks' parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Ilurdetto of llurgin. Mrs. Will Hamilton and children, ami her mother, Mrs. Isaac Hamilton, of Lancaster, were guests Sunday of Mr. Joo Hamilton nml family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Rogers and handsome son's Forest and Maurice, pent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Uogtrs mother, Mrs. Uettie Ruble, Mr. and Mr i. Bert VanArsdall and children, Miss America and Mr. Frank Duncan and Mr. James Floyd of llur gin attended church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lane, Mr. D. S. Lane and Miss Jennie Lane attended the funeral of Miss Keith Ransdell in Lexington, Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. J. W, Frott and baby He has been discharged after several are visiting Mr. Frost's parents here. ears of military service. His friends are glad to see him horns again. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tcater a part of the past week. A telegram from Wiley B. Burton Mr. S. N. Morford cold a good team who has been oversees but who has of horses to Smillie Hilt. Mills N. Y. states Mr. Thomps Davis bought of Mr. armed at Cimp is feeling fine and expects to Wins Smith, his farm price $13,000. that he arrive hon'e soon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anion were son, were guests Sunday of Mr. and hosts Sunday to a surprise dinner ip .Mrs. Mai Carter. anniversary of Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. E. Whittaker of honor of the birthday IS. Kay. Covers "vre laid Hackley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. for thirty guesls. The ta'jlr. was decMrs. W. H. Gulley. orated with .V beautiful ccnterpieo; of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and daugh- pin! end wnito cat nations, presented ters visited l.er parents, Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. h::y's gran'cc i, W tills I' N. K. Bogie, recently. Lon& Among the guests wero Mrs. Misses Elsie, Dorothy and Anna Printiss Walker, and childrep, Mrs. Mae Whittaker were visitors Monday R. P. Long and children, Mr. anil Mrs. of .Mrs. K. W. Sanders. Haydcn Leavell, Misses Valeria WhitMr. and Mrs. Dan Doolin and chil- taker and Janie Williams of Lancasdren were guests Sunday of Mr. and ter, Mrs. Raymond Ray and Mis3 Mrs. Harrison Ray and family. Pcele of Nieholasvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Locker and n. little daughter were week cnil guests Depressing of Mr. and Mrs. Uronston Locker. Right always wln, Imt one cant Mr. S. N. Morford and son Walter always wait fOO year? 1 Fee It do It St. Iuls GlobcDeniucrat. Durham visited his da.ughtcr, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brumfield first of the week. Cat's Value Regulated. There are many legend mncernlnjr Sunday afternoon at 3:30 P. M. the the Man? cnt. One of them MM that, Dtrict Convention will meet at the long ago, when the Me was ruled liy Liberty Baptist Church. Every- - one tin- - Cambrian princes, the value of a is invited to come. rat was 4t by law. One of these old laws reads as follows: "The price of a kitten before It ran wo Is a ionny; CUNN'S CHAPEL. after It ran see. heforo It catches a mouse, two pence; and after It catches Miss Celestia.HaU.ls ill with meas- a mouse, four pence." les. Miss Allene Hurt visited Mrs. Sale Hurt Sunday. COULD Mr. Clarence Sparks spent Sunday with Mr. Jesse McCulley. BREAK THIS Mr. Harvey Tcater purchased a cow of Mr. Charlie Murphy, for 100. Mrs. John Land spent Sunday with Almost aa soon as said with Mrs. Charles Grow of Buckeye. Dr. King's New Discovery Messrs Louis McCulley, George and Get a bottle today! Ben Hall were in Harrodsburg. Dr. G. M. Hendren nnd .Mr. John The rapidity with whlc!i this City, family remedy relieves coughs, year-ol- d Land motored to Nieholasvillc SuncolJs and mild broachkl attacks U day. nhat has kept it3 popularity oa tha Miss Flora Mac Price of near Point Increase year by year. This standard reliever of colds and Leavell visited relatives here for the lughiag spells never loses fricndi. It pat week-endocs auicklv and Dlessantlv what i Mrs Josephine Dailey visited her recommended to do. One trial puts it daughter, Mrs. Robert Whittaker Fri-- ! In your medicine cabinet as absolutely Sold by. all druggists. indispensable. laj and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson and Bowels Usually Clogged? children spent Sunday with Mr. and ' Regulate them with safe, sure, com .Mrs. Hunter Davis. fortable ur. lunz a INew uie mis. Correct 'that biliousness, headache, Mr. end Mrs. Cal East of Cinclii i tour stomach, tongue coat, by climla. nati, have been visiting friends here, ttiag tfw "OH, IF I COLD!" Dodge A demonstration will convince you and relieve your undecision as to the car to buy. , THE CLARK GATE 1 m Distinguished by Absolute Merit Clark Automatic Gate is the peoples choice, first in favor the wide world over, and universally lending all others everywhere. Easy to operate, Automatically opens, closes Always in working order Climatic nnd locks. conditions have no effect. Satisfaction sells thousands of Clnrk Automatic Gates. Agent For Garrard County. i 'jS)l ifHJ 2? 3 J rl CM . KINNAIRD BROS., Agents. LANCASTER, KY. A. T. SCOTT : PHONE 194. LANCASTER, KY, 1 The Central Record. Lancaster METHODISTS OF SOUTH Ky. Thursday, May 15, 1919. RALLY TO THE FLAG R. E. McROBERTS, We have only a few Lancatler, Kentucky. PROM ONE CNO OP COUNTRY TO THE OTHER THEY WILL OATH ER UNDER BANNER OP CROM IN'CAMPAION, MAY laVSS. SEMIS TQBjCCfl PLANTERS THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR in every Tho Chevrolet Motor Ctr is respect. Built for service anil comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "3aby Grand" Roadster SI 110.00 "Baby Grand" Tourinc $1125.00 F. 0. E. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. Recognition Among Beet. Early American Newspaper. Naturalists for n long time were at The first ncufpaptT puMMied In America made Its npprarnncp In Ilos-to- n I los tn understaml how It was that on September 'S. lew, nnd was nects were enabled tn so quickly called iMiMIck Occurrences. It was rcocnlie an Intruder ntiiiinR their It has been de Intended u n monthly, hut had only 'umlly or settlement. h ermlned that In most caes they one l.sue, ni It vn Immediately each other by smell. Among by the rov rriment for political News-Lette- r was he bees each distinctive class of work' reasons. The l!n-ti- n the cuard, the fanner, the pollen newspaper In thli -the first country, nnd usually recehes cnillt nrrler, the waxniaker, the architect, tc. has Its own distinctive odor. And for helnc the pioneer, a It wns the first that survlwil. This Initial num-he- r icvldes each bee has Its own separate ntpeared on April S. 17tVI, and Its hive odor, uhlch It Its punport Into publication was continued for 72 years. ts own particular home. Methodists of tha South will aalte May 19 33 la conducting tha greatest denominational campaign arer undertaken la the history ( U world. During the week ersry member of too church will rallr to tao Cag of croaa through the call ot Methodltm and f lien ot their time, energy and pocketbooka-t- o the railing ot a fuad ot ll5.0OO.0W. BTerr ollar ot the money raised will be ayent la mtssloa-ar- y work, both at home and abroad, ton million being turned back Into Ua upbuilding ot church,, achoola and hospitals In the South. A large part ot thla aura will go towards Increasing the salaries ot the ministers ot the rural churches, particularly those who have been working against crest difficulties tn the rustler ot taking care at circuits containing a number et churches. The Centenary moremeat ot the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, not only means Increased salarlsa tor the pastors In the rural districts but ot mission also the establishment schools In many Inaccessible and needy communities ot tke country. Es pecial effort will be made to awaken the laymen ot the churoh ererywher ,ro that in those church where a sshv lster cannot preach ovary Buiday, there will be a ssrvlco jost the isas. Because of the loyalty which Meths-dlst- a ererywhere hare) towards laser church It ts hellered that, area though t3S.000.000 la a large ansa, it will ka raised. BETTER HOG CHOLERA SERUM a Under Federal Supervision Production Haa Increased and Quality Has Been Improved. (Prepare! by tt. L'r.ltnl Statu Depart ment of Agriculture.) 1 left and CANNOT GET MORE. are going very fast. They f I.es than tn.imifacttiriMl Dry Cleaning and Dyeing SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 617 FOURTH AVE. CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Send Via Parcel Port LOUISVILLE, KY. Known all over America BANKING 6Y MAIL Private 6afAbulut!y Conxdtnt U ftftUly dvnfvfttivi Oiro fnanafttd hp a iara oi Cvajnavife's Wit sue CMSftft buitntia Vn Will bring A ptptd trfm . .full dC9ptun af our Largit dtnk irVJn&ana cluaivo fiffUUMitft' w win or, fey en of using tha wanning our many itSuTtifit dpotitof a whft'flanhBy MaLlVjhit Bank bring cur cutanea tinooMt. r tijl$,4cit Via INTEREST anpervMnn ilurinc the Inst year whs fnuml to Le unfit for uv nnd It Mile prevented liy fttlrnil olIlclaN. Of ITl,- I03.S.1I) cubic ct'iitlmetcrs of cruni made In llccni'l etnl)llslitncnt, 2.4SS,-!T- il wns declared unlit. Correpondlnc lining for lnt year were 23S.S01.27U cubic centimeters of serum produced ami S,03tl,STS, or more thnn 2 per cent, was unfit anil likewise withheld from market. This comparison show that federal npcrrlslon has Increased the produc tion of serum for cainhntlne hog chol. em ill the United State and lini Im proved tho quality. Serum declared unfit Is not, however, necessarily laJurlous; It Is frequently condemned Hog- merely for lack of patency. cholera virus used simultaneously nltli serum Is subject to similar control. In Its supervision of serum and virus manufacture the bu reau ot animal Industry prevents elther product of doubtful quality from leaving the establishment In which It Is made. A knowledge of this policy by swine raisers of the United State. It Is believed, will cause more herds to be vacctnuted and result In greatly reduced losses from hog cholera. prr cent of hos cholera umlcr fttl.ral Come at once if you want one. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. t McCombs Road Oil "From the time of the Roman Caesars It has beta recognized that prosperity follows good roads." PROPER SOIL FOR TOMATOES Land Should Be Neither Too Rich Nor Very Poor Cotton or Corn Land Favored. (Prepared by the United Htates Depart mtni or Aaricuuure.) Good tomato land Is neither rich nor very poor, but Just such land ns would grow extra good corn Ijind that was manured or cotton. heavily the previous year will general ly grow good tomatoes. Dally Thouaht. Chanco la a word veld of sense -t can nuiiiiirexist witnout a cnusev-- il Voltaire. And They Come High. tendianapgWj u vt Hqom a'nunnaia high cost of material and the shortage of put a premium upon the preservation of present equipment; and for the preservation of good roads a gallon of oil is worth a bushel of labor. THE ioueitvlojMiLUOKt Vain mt im i. tuMHI DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS?. ., Mountain Summer School With Chautauqau Feature BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY. Imperative demands of the war period have prevented adequate road maintenance, improvement and extension. The immense transportation problem of reconstruction requires that the arteries of traffic be kept in good condition. Roads well oiled last indefinitely. A well-oile- d I "it sounds funny," said the tlous feller, "but most deep thinkers have lofty thoughts." His Tribute. face-- l June 6 to July II and July II to August house-keepers, 15 Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business men, f aimers, discharged soldiers, Christian workers. "Something good for every comer!" Daily discussions of things important for the mountains, meeting mountain leaders frem eight states. Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest educators and speakers of the south, and summer brings in other noted.men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. Berea is religious, "works with all followers Christ". Tobacco prohibited. of Best location, climate and equipment. The prices are made right for young folks just getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." I Addrea (Adv.) The Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. WW u lot of bee making honey. After looking at them with deep Interest for a few moments he wild: "Well, I must say they U certnlnly a wunderful lot of little unlinals." liana wua en n Wlt to his grand- father's funn, uud for the first time road is impervious to the destructive forces of nature and offers adequate resistance to the wear and tear of heavy traffic. McCombs Producing & Refining Co. PRODUCERS Learn to Use Both Hands. Vou have noticed perhaps that left- handed people seem to hure an ad vantage over teople In being able to use the right hand with greater ease than people can use tneir untrained hand. It Is a I good thing to practice writing and I drawing with the left Hand. Not Up to Expectations. Jane has often envied her Final! playmate who has a bnhy brother and sbe frequently expressed n wish for a weo brother, too. When her wish tame true she was happily excited un til she hud seen him. Auntie noticed I her dlsuppolutment and asked June! as proud of the new baby. If Mir Wistfully the child answered: "I guess I , but I think be la a size or so too small," REFINERS MARKETERS TRANSPORTERS High Grade Petroleum Products Adequate Facilities Prompt Deliveries Inter-Southern Personal Service ABRAM RENICK, Pres., Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Mo. Producing Properties: Sales Office: Boatmen's Bank Building, St. Louis, Estill, Wolfe, Lee Counties, Kentucky Refinery: East St Louis, III. Offices: Winchester, Ky. INQUIRIES SOLICITED 1 J - fti is Vl rH llli I IBM ITiMi ' "stT TI II 'I'lsSaaY 'Hi i"T n "' IfPrfpegygfriaHsy The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 15 1919, l Three Aces Beat Han's Bluff lie i 1 TRI7INE 1- 5795 1- -2 Chestnut Sorrel, 15 hands high and a fine individual, will make the season of 1919 at my barn 3 miles East of Lancaster and 2 miles below Hyattsvillc at $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Thrivine C795, sired by Rex Pcavine, 179G, ho by Rex McDonnld 83:5, by Rex Denmark 840, by Criglers Denmark. Dam, Guilty 9950, by Verdict 1G21, by Cerro Gordo 1022, by Black Squirrel 58. Will also at the same time and place stand my big black I Jack Jack. , (known as the Mark Goins Jack) He is 15.1 hands high, good bone nnd head and a number one JAKE He will make the season at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Season due if mare is parted with. Care taken to vent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. pre- 1919 SEASON 1919 Star Chester, I 6470 Lieafc: tsssssssssssH-V- . Frank Arnold Lieut. KING MONROE, 4099 IN OFFERING THE SERVICES OF STAR CHESTER. 6470, FOR THE SEASON OF 1919, AT MY FARM SIX MILES FROM LANCASTER. KY.. AND NEAlt P.UCRCARY, AT S15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL believe I d'.i o'lcrint. n horse with ruber blood line thnn nny Saddle titlicii standing at three times the fee. Hi- - has for Ills ire Champion Iluurbon Stnr, who won in more classes tha-- i any hone in Kentucky during hit show career. Ilourhon Star war lireil hy llourhon King, he hy Hourbo.i Chief and no on down through the Chief family. STAR CHKSTKlt, CI70, hy llourhon Star, 29 1 2, he by Bourbons Chief, "J"6. Ilourhon King, 17H8, he by llourhon .Star', dam Kiln Rodman, 2244, by Chester Dare 10. STAR CHESTER'S dnm was Ermine Dare, S339, by Dare Devil, 1970, by Cheter Dare 10. Second dam Daughter, by Chester Dare. 10. You can readily see I am ottering the blood which is In our greatest Champion Saddle Horses of the day. Will also at the same time and place stand two good jacks. LufT FIVK ssssssssm:, W t m Lieut. GarVe-- ' Brown Stallion with three white feet 15 4 hands high, will weigh 1100 pounds, has lone Tine neck, fine head set on high nice thin withers, (rood short hack with ns good n tail as ever was on a lior.'c, pood bone and good feet. l'tnmurk"!').. ) Chief Napoleon, 5107 WILL STAND AT SIO.OO TO INSURE A SZ5.00 FOR JENNET. Chief Napoleon, LIVING COLT. MO", has proven himelf to be a good American aces who bate service on the western are flying over the Kourlh Federal Iteserre District In the Interest of the Victory I.nan campaign. They Kill fly bombing planes which had been defined to carry ths doctrine of terror Into Hun territory before tbe armistice was signed. Among tbe men who will operate these pisses are Lieut. Frederick K. Luff. Cleveland, who will bo flight commander: IJeut. Rex U Uden, Cleveland, and IJeut. J. V. Darter, Strasoburc. O. Jennet Jack. t I Finis Napoleon, AT tIO.00 TO INSURE. He is 1G 2 hands high. )ellow- - with white points, big bone " and body and fine head and ears. As I am stnnding two good Jacks this year, I will give the farmers n chance to breed their stock nt n reasonable low fee. I will retain a lien on all colts until senson money is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. but not responsible Care taken to prevent accidents should any occur. Walker Bradshaw. Thone R. F. D. No. 3. 3C4-B- . LANCASTER, KY. SAMPSON 54054 This registered Pcrchcron stallion will make the season at my place near Hackley nt SIO.OO TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Sampson is n black horse with splendid bone and stle and one of the Lest types of the l'crchcron breed. He is by Anchorite 339KH. by Col. Breckinridge 19074, by Te.1einnn.uc G2SG, by Valiant 1U4. by Prosper S93, by Decide r.92, by Vicux Pierre. 894, Blanc 739. by Coco 712, by Mignon 710, by Jean DAM: Gypsy iirl 4.1701, by Ferdinand 19732, by Madrigal 9050, by Saint Cermnln 0252, by Avntn 190C, by Nogent 738. by Vidocii 483, by Coco II 714, by Vicux Chaslin 713, by Coco 712, by Mignon 715, by Jen La Wane 739. 2nd. DAM: Gallium 20280, by Ilulan 7885, by Picador 5399, by Picador belonging to the French Go eminent, by Fnvori belonging to M, Dupont. 3rd. DAM: Gallantlne 7878, by Baptiste 3004, by Madeira 154C, by Vidocn. 483, hy Coco II 714, by Vieux Chasli.m 713, by Coco 712, by Blanc 739. Jllgnon 715, by Jean 4th. DAM: Pelotte 11847 by Cheri, belonging to M. Jamols. ' A lien wlll-bretained on nil colts for service. Will take ccry care to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Hlack ftialrrtl 5ft Each of these men has flown over II rzovs !A ( riilnet Denrasrk (1 I Hun trenches and each has a number Lent M.Wi; 'of Hun balloons or planes to bis u I Lou...... Sumfter Denmark tV o, credit. These flyers put on a real air circus. Mtmbrino LeGucdf MtmbrtDO Le (irnd 9ft I Their hope to drive home the convle-tlo- n o rDfCltlirk LcHmnd )lr.,im lima that this Is the last opportunity e Americans will have to I little HuckmAtl Klectrle M.'l show their government where they "00 Hlaek t!amoDft. Jr. t Blsck Dltmond B stand aa real patriots. I i Each nt these men haa risked his Queea life many times. "It was all In oar day's work." Luff KING MONROE has as much style speed and action as any saddle horse isald. referrlag to the fact that he was awarded tbe distinguished flying cross living. It can be seen that this horse beloiigs to the greatest family of the for exceptional bravery and gallantry saddle horse being a real Denmark. In action. 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 as scarce nor more in demand. Every man should breed his mares and breed them to the best. "I bought bonds while the war KING MONROE will make the present season at my bam at was on; row my duty Is toward ' my family and my business." Is that 07 The war was fought My buddy, says to me, one night to protect your family and your when we ware reading "The business, and now you convict yours If of Ingratitude by refusing Stars and Stripe" up front: to lend to pay for that protection. "Well. Hen, I sm they're ising t V VVV have a now Liberty Loan back By REX PEAVINE, First Dam A DRENNON MARE. home. There's five months' pay "Let the banks take the loan; $10.00 TO INSURE A LIV1NC COLT. they've got money. coming ta ua from the paymaster This horse has sired some of the best walking Horses in the State. He Yea, they havo money. tomorrow, and I'm going to hetp They will get you a Walking Horse right. He is a real nodding walker himself, out the folks at bans and take have your money ana! your neighwith style at both ends. bor's and your neighbor's nelgrt. hundred dollar' worth." That was the time of the Fourth Lean. tier's maney. That depoatts la $10. Wall, he did, handing ths money banks must take the lean. Tha war to the Skksoer right thoro at loaning surplus In banks must ba , $8. upon to ktep buslnsss, gotailing his to buy counted the ing. All the banks In America a band for him. All of the above stock will make the season at my farm on the Gillispie couldn't float the lean with their That waa a Thursday. Saturpike three miles from Faint Lick and two miles from Hackley. own money. day morning, at daylight, w VVV Jumped off. Half an hour later N. The bonds of former Uberty I dldnt have a buddy any msra piece o' ah rap. Loans are below per. I cant boy Gee, he waa a Man I Ha gave Botes on a down market." everything he had to his country. What do you cars what the bond 1919 Is If ths Oovsrnment premI've boon back I've And sine markat heard soma people growling ises to pay you par at maturity? Uncle Sam la asking 'am to Did the Yanks fall to fight because they were below par In the estl. make one more lean te him ao matlen of the enemyT No. They he can finish up the Job. A TWO MINUTE HORSE. I hope my old buddy cant hear proved themselves above par when (A chance to raise on Auto.) sverythlng was against them. what they're saying. The fastest stallion that ever made a season in Garrard County. Wisconsin, Auto Zombro obtained his record of 2.02 2 at Milwaukee, Sired by Zombro 2.11 sire of San Francisco and (26 in Sept. 11, 191C. 2.10 list). He by McKlnney 2.11 4 sire of Sweet Marie 2.02 nnd (28 in He was foaled in 1909, Is a rich red 2.10 list), Dam Trixy by Conifer. bay, IS 4 hands high, sound, a grand looking individual, a consistent race horse, game, good-headeand fast. He is the type to sire colts with exS treme speed, class, stamina and durability. He will make the season at 120.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A lien will Will also stand two line Jacks at $10.00 each to Insure. be retained on all colts until season money Is paid. Mares traded or parted Not with season becomes due. Special rates for jockey or barren mares. This stock will make the season of 1919 at my responsible for accidents. stable near the Lexington Pike on the Rout Lane below the Fork church, in Gnrrard County. lie Monroe ;KS Msck 21W. I a a o !Kci j (Tlflen tenmtrk Din s c Poor Excuses Henry Doughboy Is Home Again And He Writes $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Will Also Stand My Walking Stallion, REX Will also stand two good Jacks at colt and for horse colt. for mare W. ROGERS. 1919 AUTO ZOMBRO 2.02 War Dogs of Belgian Artillery On Tour to Boost Liberty Loan ROBT. R. FOX, Dryantsvill. Phone 47-- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. P. E. FOLEY HACKLEY, KENTUCKY. ssaaaaaaaaaaKsKgaaaaaaaaiW BHW&3KPJt1KRKBi. &SBBBBBBBBBBBBtSBBBBBBBBBBaVlBl. WWW CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. sssssssssPfclssm SBBBBaff.SsBBBUsBBBBKST VHHfllBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKsgiBBBBBwsk A good Registered Percheon Stallion, weight 1550 pounds, has been standing in Jessamine county for four years and proven to be a great Milton ALL RIGHT. breeder. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Asstts Ovir One Half Million Dollars. ON 3 UNMRwoee uMecrtwe "ROLL OF HONOR.' B. V. Hudson, President, W. V. Champ, Cashier, J. J. Walker, V. Pres. W. O. Rlgney, Asst. Cachler. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Dogs of War did ycoaiau work for the Uelgians. Small carriages were pieces mounted on rubber-tire- d about the Belgian battlefields by griffons, or Belgian Police Dogs, such as are shown in the photograph. A detachment of Belgian veterans is on tour in this country with some of these war dogs giving demonstrations in the larger . cities in the interest of the Victory Liberty Loan. The men are all veterans of the entire war. They were st the siege of Liege and were in tbe thick of it until the armistice was signed. T1IK He will make the season of 1919 at my place mile from Camp Nelson on the one and one-ha- lf Lexington and Danville pike at $15.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND H. C. KING CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. UN The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 15, 1919 I IB BUY "VICTORY BONDS then Place Your Order for I k HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS AUTOMORILES with I'roudly wearing his overseas sen vice ttrip, Henry C. Armstrong, of .Murray, Ky., li.u returned from A ho lie has Jvi.t In Krarco. been nwnrded nnd h n prcuidlv wer r I Ing the Honorable Scrvlro Har of the NECESSARY FEED FOR STOCK IJ. S. Boys" Working Iteserve for working 75 dns or more on n farm Animals Help to Retain Fertility of InlOlS. Henry enrolled in the Soil and Provide Profitable Use March SI, HUH, and on July 4 for Roughage. ho celebrated Independence Liberty Day in the spirit of his forefathers (ITrpared by ths Unit! States Department of Agriculture.) by enlisting in the United States Now that farming Is to he restored army to help win the war. In Krance to a peace-tim- e basis, the United Stntos department of agriculture be- this Kentucky youth served in Battery I), f.3d Artillery, (C. A. C.) A. lieves that many lands formerly abroad to pasture or meadow but re- E. K, During his service cently used for emergency grain pro- Henry hnd an excellent opportunity grass. duction should he rrsecded to to see conditions in Kuropc nnd In a The signing of the armistice found recent letter says: the United States with relatively large "In traveling over central nnd supplies of foods and relatively small southern Krance I saw what was once upplles of feeds with much land farming country. Today by hnlng leeii planted to a beautiful It is very comgrain year after year, anil with a still it is n terrible sight. mon to see several little old women, bent nnd lame, waiting in the village bakery for their small allowance of 'le pain' which citizens of the United States would not cat when hot nnd which is very much worse when cold. Vet they can not get even this with- mm fain Kentucky Boy Says Europe Needs Food. II II ICZ3CZZ3C Tl Have Your Tires Retreadsd Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e retreading-n- ot can half sole-a- nd cess of rebuild a tire at less than half price. 'jt 3500 NILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, H Walnut Street. T 11 Propietor. 'Danville, Kentucky. 11 ! n 'I 11 r out their government 'brend ticket'. There is only one remedy for this con- Iition America help until must Krance can 'get on her feet once more. "I have been discharged from the service only n few dnys, but I nm back on the farm to do what I enn to that Kuropc needs every pound nnd raise n big crop of food. I know every bushel we can send." The call comes strong to the boys More Dairy Calves the Nation of Kentucky Raise to go to the farms to Needs Them. help raise the crop to feed the starIncreasing denisnd for meat nnd fats. ving millions of Kuropc und the Near Numbers of nil clashes of lle stock Katt, and make good money besides. have be'n maintained. Those of svtlne Information regarding the new uninnd sheep hnve been lncreited. the form of the ltescrve und the nwards former largely, the latter slightly. Hut for faithful service in 191!' mny be the quantities o.foruge and pattinige had by writing to (leorge E. Stephens, for Ilxe stock hate been dlinlnllied. d- i- Kxecutive State Director, 315 Y. M. Sound agricultural practice ('. A. Building, Louisville, Ky mauds the department thinks, the of regular and satlofuc-tor- y Hardly an Ideal Citizen. rotations so that fertility may be There Is a story told of an nurlrnt restored and the live stork carrying dandy in Itndon wh, taking, one cajsiclty of the luml Increased. Live stork, since It helps to retain sunny nftcrnoon, his iuvutonicd stroll down Ilond street, met nn urqtinlnt-iiik- c fertility on the land, provide a profit r. hurrying In thedl-ectlo- n of able use for large amounts of rough- - i "Whither away so fast this age and gives employment to labor throughout the year, should And a hot ilnyj" murmured the d.indy. "To the house of common," crliil his place on a Inrger number of fiirms. Diversified fanning should become striiiuuus friend, brushing past him. more general, to the end that each "What!" sold the dandy, with n yuwn, farm shall produce the necessary food "does, that go on still" Kxcbungc. for Its family and the necessury feed for Its live stock. I .oss from preventable plant dis GET SLOAN'S FOR eases should lie guarded against by seed treatment and spraying. Harvesting of fruits and vegetables YOUR PAIN RELIEF before exposure to frost, und greater care during harvesting, packing, stor ing, and marketing, are urged, togeth You don't have to rub it la er with continued organized efforts for the prevention aud control of dis to t;ot quick, comforteases of animals. ing relief Once you're tried it on that stiff Joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheumatic twinge, lame back, you 11 find warm, soothing relief you never thought a liniment could produce. Won't stain the skin, leaves no muss, wastes no time in applying, sure to A large bottlo give quick results. means economy. Your own or any ether druggist has it. Get it today. HUGE ORGAN WILL FURNISH MUSIC FOR METHODIST CENTENARY CELEBRATION puUatlng strings; flutes, broad, dignified diapasons, militant, eiuttatit trumpets and reeds from the plaintlie vot humana; the conlemplatlie oboe: the rinsing Trench horn and tho quaint clarinet to the Massive, compelling sonorousness of the great bombardo nnd Its accompanying battery of brilliant tutas, comprise the four dltliions of tho hnKii organ which is being Installed In the Collamim al tho eio-Itlugrounds for the MrthoO.tt Centenary celehration to be held Irr Columbus, June M to July 13. The organ Is being built under the illeot supervision of J Kraft, dl rtrtor of music at Columbia uulter tlty. b) .Metier of llasentooii. Md It will cost about UO.O0O "The Instrument compares favorably with the largest orsam now In use," said Professor Kraft "It i much larger than the municipal at Portland, Me, The organ has US stops, having as subdivision great well, choir, solo and echo. It will hare the divisions of woodwind, brass, atrlngs, harp and chimes. It Is my purpose to Invite some of the leading orxanlats of the world to come to the celebration and give recitals." Molter, builder of the organ, aid" "I know of no organ In the country which haa the power or so many modern appliances as that being built for the Centenary celebration. It will probably hold the record for being the largest organ used for any religious gathering." There are three separate blowing plants, requiring 25 horse power with centrifugal electric blowers and generators. The console Is movable, being connected with the organ by a fleiible cable, located immediately In front of the stage at tho west end of the auditorium. The organ covers a floor spare of 900 square fret and weighs approilmately eight tons. Tl blowers furnlrh 6,300 cubic feet of air per minute. Twenty-on- e miles of wire have been Installed. The pipes s runso from of an inch In length to 32 feet. In planning the accompaniment for roniregatlonal singing In an auditorium seating 10,000 people, the in charge of the preparatorv SIIIIIMKRING. work saw that an orchestra would be Ineffective, and that nothing would be so lecutlarly In keeping with the religious motive underlying the whole movement a the resonance power, beauty and spiritual uplift which wt d result from the ue of an organ. Till, orxan l'l furnish arcompanl ment of great lulled choruses rang- HASELDEN RROS. "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" Dally Thouoht. Calumny Is only tin- - noise of madmen. Diogenes. Long-Fel- t Want prollfl-cally A species of cactus growing Not as a Rule. Sometimes two slang exprcix-omay sound much alike, jet have verj meanings, 1'ot example, different when n man tumbles to a thing lie does not full for IL Youth's In Algeria bus beeti imule by Trench scientists to Mild 14 per rent sugar and about CO pnr rent alcohol. of Fish Oil Made Palatable. Ily treating fish oil with hydrogen a chemist has produced an oil suitable for food purposes and a solid substance closely resembling lard, which la tasteless. Indianapolis News. When Marble Breaks. To mend broken innrhlemlx some rortland cement with water to a very tff paste. See that the edges of the marble are quite clean. Then put some cement on both sides, prett together Lack of Training. very llgtftly and tic until 4ha cement Kntherlne's iuirents are trying to Vi iilthough she Is baa dried. teach her iKilitenes-iNecessity Makes Prosperity. A people never fairly begins to prosper till necessity Is treudlng on Its heel. The growing want of room Is one of the sources of civilization. 1'opulatlon Is power, but It must be u imputation that. In growing. Is of the made dally npprehenslve morrow. Slmms. Frank Comment, Robert was a grent admirer of soldiers nnd, having attended a military wedding, he was loud In praise, Soon after he was taken to see another wedding where all were In civilian clothes. At the wedding dinner he received a dlli of Ice cream full of fruit, ralrflns, etc. lie esiieclally ill liked rulslns so he said In loud tones, "I fink this wedding and this lea cream Is wotten no soldiers or ir. r We Guarantee Our Prices Bemis Tobacco 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- s Paints and Varnishes of all kinds and colors. Automobile tires of all kinds and sizes. only four years old. As n result she MORE LIVE STOCK PRODUCED wutches opportunities to use "'Scuse me" and "I'leuse." The other day sho Increase In Pork In Weet Virginia More Than Million and One-Hal- f watched mother lis she rocked her Pounds Silage Is Fed. year-ol- d brother. Finally little brother Knthi-rlnhiccoughed. walled expectantly but In vain. Finally she (Prepared by the United States Depart ment or Agriculture.) could stand It no longer. "Mudder," County agents of West Virginia, In she said. Indignantly, "Hub ought to carrying out the program of the foilbe sense enough to say 'Htuo me'" ed States department of ngrlrulture nnd the state agricultural college to Increase food production, last jenr encouraged the farmers of the state to keep uddltlonul sows, the reult be ing that these sows produced VAJzi plg. which Increased West Virginia's pork production by more thuu u million nnd half pound. The value of good blood In live stock breeding bus been one of the things particularly em phasized by the agents and thereby ON cows were bred to registered sires Instead of scrubs, which meant an Increased value at birth of calves of at least flOMOO, It Is estimated. The agents rciort that 7,T20 cattle were fed silage fur the first time lat winter with a resultant saving uf not less than fS7,Cno to their owners. Kues to the number of 0,S!i."i were bred to rams Instead of scrubs with e a Increased value of the j lamb crop of upward of .S,Si, sheep numbering ; than J'Jl.OiN)4,2, and valued ut more were saved from the ruv-ugof parasites through tho activities of the various county agents. WILLIAM A. KRAFT Columbia University, Who Ha Charge of All Music at the Ctr. tenary Celebration, Ing from too to 1.S00 volte wh.tt will have pan In the Centenj-- j The work of '"la dng Its n.erhanlsm already Is started anl the tertra of the contract cat! fur completion by .May 1 Professor Kraft has tuvlted scire ' the leading organ'its of the t lilted Ktiitoa to display their skill on this organ during the progress or the Cen tenary. Of Transplanters, f A Eare Bird THE 1919 BUICK SIX Is ! : ? extraordinary and excellanc quality. Easy riding and made of that f Some durable material for which the Buick Is famous. We can deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleas- ed to demonstrate. their pigs during the weaning period. e J hg men prefer to hand-fee- "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED". Price i $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory I If we are to continue to eat beef we must exert ourselves to produce more beet cuttle. More pigs are lost between farrowing and weaning than at any other period. Give us a trial and be convinced. BECKER BRYANTSVILLE, and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. i Oats, scattered out thinly to .force exercise, are fed to brood Mwa by many good bog tuen. There are a lot of cows In barns that a.&M to be In tin cans. The association find them. Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. see S, ssssa aiiaH jit.'-'- I'.' The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 15, 1919. 1 Unusual Values IN NEW or 25 Per Cent Summer Footwear Off. on all wool suits, coats and dresses. We Summer Blouses Dainty garments dozens of them in organdies, voiles, and silks. Every woman who can use an extra blouse, will welcome the prices. Voiles and Organdies from 1.50 to $,',.50 Silks from $3.50 to $1S.00. have a limited number left. See these on wonderful values and save money your purchases. Our showing of Pumps and Oxfords have never been surpassed. in white, black and brown The Joseph Mercantile Company. The One Price Store. Hi i See Our Carpet Department. House of Quality. Mr. John Anderson wa in Danville Gossip About People vvv Britl Mintkn el th Coming, Gomji LyllMM Wi An InHrtilcd A Monday, Mr a pleasant Jee Doty ha returneil after virit to relative in Louis-villi- -. tni In. Itev. Harry Hudson U !n Saint I.oui attending the Presbyterian .Mis Jenni" lackey nttcnilel the nnnic Gcoilloe in Mr Ed Hughis spent Stsnfird. .Monday in funeral of Mis Danville. Mis Mr aril .Mr. J. It. Harrl have been guests of friend in Stanford. Mr. Atexanilrr Kennedy, of Danville, is the guist of her daughter, Mim Alice Itay I spending n week Mr. W. A. Farnau, on .Maple Ave. near White Oak. with relative Willie Vox Logan Jr. anil Slargartt Mr. and Mru Hen Hughes hae I ogan, of Pennsylvania, are guests of Wen recent visitors in Stanford. Mr. W. II. their grand-mothereturned Mason. Mr. K. C. Gainci ha of Mr nnd Slut N'cllo Ray ha Mr. Itojston been the guest Itay. nf Stanford Ophelia here for the Dislrct Cirv ntion Tuesday and Wednesday. from a business trip to Louisville. Mr. W. A. Farnau eral wick at Hot Sprint if spending Mr. W. A. Farnau and son, Ken- nedy, haxe returned from a visit to levthe family of Mr. Hank Danville. Mr. Theodore Currey spent WedItev. Brown, wife ,md little daugh-te- r. of .Mt. Vernon, spent Tuesday nesday in Lexington. and Wednesday in Lancaster. Mrs. Ellen Owsley the guest of Itev. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter, of Mrs. Dave Dunn in Danville. I.cxiiigtoit, the District Con .Mrs. liandolph Harris is visiting tention here Tuesday and Wednesday her sister, Mrs. Turner, in Nlchola-illMr. and Mrs. W. O. Goodloc have r turned from Danville where they .Mrs. E. Evans, of Nieholasville, is attended thi funeral of Miss Nannie the guest this week of Judge A. D. ioodloe. Ford. Mr. and Mr. Itobert Walker. Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. ClaySutton arc and Mrs. Itlce Wood and Mr. J. N. spending u few days in Louisville at Denny attended the funeral of Miss The Sielluch. Nannia Goculoc !n Danville. .Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speith are In Mr. (!. C. Cox and Roger AldridgJ Ohio, to Louisville to attend the Moreman leave today for Toledo. wedding today. bling back a couple of Overland cars, Speith one of which Mr. Cox has purchased. .Mrs. Simmons and Mr. Arnold, of Richmond, have been guests of their Mrs. James Woods of Paint Lick, Slavin recently sister, Mrs. I.ul.i Johnson. nnd Mrs. Thoma made a day motoring trip which in.Mrs. J. It. .Mount gave an elegant cluded visits to Dnnrillc and Stan linner today in honor of Mrs. ','cofgo ford Mcltoberts, of Covington. Sirs. Printus Walker, Sirs. Robert Long, of this place, and Sirs. J. Si. Anion surprised their mother. Sirs. . I!. Itay of Huckeyc, Sunday by a large birthday dinner. It being Sirs. Ray's sixthieth birthday. About thirty people partook of this excellent feast. The table was decorated with pink and white carnations. Sir. Ray" received many beautiful ami useful present. Her granmon, Willie P. Long presented her with a box of beautiful flowers. It is the hope of all who were present that Sirs. Kav will enjoy many more happy birthdays, Brldgino Suez. Three bridge have In u Imllt across; the Suez .inal at Knntara, tlui Unking Egjpt and Palestine tiy railroad and road. President in Country's History. Slartln Van Huron, the eighth president, wr.s the flrt president born after vvr bad declared our Independence nf England, and John Tyler wa the flrt born after the formation of tba United States-Do Your Best, The man who doe- nut seek inch day to do Id very level Lest, nn matter what his task. Is doing himself un and Increasing Ids debt to humanity. Life Is n serious business. From the New Em, Federal Penitentiary, l.envcnvvorth, Kan. Arknnsa. is in AtConven- Rev. 'Clarence Strother lanta attending the Baptist tion,, been Mr. Fred Frisbic who ha spending a few day at home, left Mr V. A. Lei r ami daughter. Mis Monday for a two week stay on inMary Lee, hive lieeri recent visitors in surance business D.mvillc. Mr. Kllen Owslcv, Mr. W. II, Mr. Geo Hmwn of Mt. Vernon, Mason, Mr. W. II. Ilurton.'Mr. and E. Mr. W. It. Cook have been recent ha been the guest of Mr. J gucits in Lexington. Storme. .Mr. Sander an.l Sliss Stella motored to Danville, Monday V, A. Speith Mr. J. W. Klmorc anJ Sirs. It. I. Mantcii have been recent vls'tor in Danville. Miss Mary K. Sweeney, of I.exing- Hudson in tun, who has reicntly returned from oversens duty, will give a talk next Mr, and Mr. G. II. Swinebroad, Thursday, 22ml, at the District Con and ron, Marr, and Mr. W. It. Cook vention of the Wt man's Club. aie spending several clay in Louis Mr. Arthur Joseph arrived home ville, shopping, on the noop train Wednesday from Danville where she had been for an operation. Her many friends are Somerse glad to see her improving. News. Mrs. Rockwell Smith and daugh d .Mr. and Mrs. A. J Wilder and sons. Howard and Williari, of Iicrea, and .Mr. C. M. Wilder and Mis Mary Iteid to Wilmore of this city, motored Sunday, and were guests of Mr. urd Mrs. J. P. Wilder. tcrs, Charlotte and Judith, of Stan Friends have reieixed beautiful inafternoon. with Slisscs ford, spent the week-envitation from Cieorge Swinebroad Mary Doty. and Mr nnd Mr V I' Starksbtiry have Jane eMrrise of to the commencement vr.il day vilt In turned Ironi Mr. It l Klkin has return d from the Castle Heights Sci.ool at Lebanon t ir.cini'iiti Louisville where he attended a meet- Tenn. (leorge will graduate there committee of the this year with honors nnd will return ing of the Mr. It. u Klkin and Mr. J. K. Kentucky executive home in n few weeks. Press Association. Robinson have returneil from a week Sergt. Homer Jennings came up ttay in Lexington. Mr. ami Mrs. T. II. Young and son. re Masttr Hunter Ilent Young of Pan from Camp Taylor Saturday and Mr. Karnckt Green, of Hurgln, ha mained until Sunday with his friend, ania, are guest of Mr. Florence been visiting hi titter, Mrs. I.uther Sergt. Jennings Miss Nancy Hagan. ('rant, on the Danville road. Hugcr, in the county, expects to get his dicharge from the Mr and Mrs. Royston Itay are re service Saturday, and will then re .Mi Claudia Slattlngly. of Lebaceiving congratulation over the ar turn to hi home in Illinois. non, i here for a visit to her lter, rival of a fine boy, born .May 1st. It Sirs. J. W. Aker and son, Karl, who Mr. Frank Browning. has been christened Julian Kenneth the winter in have been spending Sue .Mr. W. II. Mason and Mi her uncle. I!cv. and Mr. F. M. Tindir of Saint Cloud, Florida, with Shelby Slason have been spending n home North Midilleton, spent Tuesday and Mr. John Carpenter, returned few da in Cincinnati. Wednesday in Lancaster attending Saturday. Mr. Carpenter accompan of the ied them and will remain here several Mr. Jeme Collar, who ha bicn the Fifth District Institute weeks before going to his home in visiting hi ister, Mr. U. D. Simp-o- Christian church. Oklahoma. but ieturnel to Tenn-sse- ?, Mr. nnd Mr. Adolph Joseph are The following member of the Dan .Mr. nn.l Mr. A. II. Itlce, wht have welcoming a little daughter, who was Owcnsboro White Itibbon be dele been the guests of Lancaster rela- born Sunday at their rooms on Rich- ville Club were el.'cted to W. C. T. U. sends first $100 check to the Klghth gates tive, have returned to their home in mend Street. She is called Doris DUtrict and alternates be held in Lan for Drive from the Unino. They arc Convention to th'i Hose and numerous friends ere ex Richmond, Indium. " caster, May 22nd. Miss Amelia Mill working. Hurrah for Lancaster' tending congratulation. trip thru in thei Hudson car. Yerkes, Miss Ama Van.Metcr. Miss .Much credit is due Sirs. Higginboth-am- , Key Woman, and Sirs. J. 11. Km-Amanda Hoder, Mis Mary Fisher, The following Invitation has been received by Lancaster friend., where the groom is. so well and favorably known, and who spent several months here with his uncle. Sir. William A. Step Higher Up. Speith. He was familiarly known If all our actions and motives In here among his friends as "Bus" and dully life could be actuated by a much happiness is wished for he and nnd Idea of hi', bride. fitting ourselves ns we go nlong step tiy step for figurative letlers of "Dr. and Sirs. J. S. Moreman ns to our ability to capably Mis Anrle Mulkey and Miss Eva- - requests the honor of your presence hold the next trench ahead, how sureline Miller, of llcdgeville, were guests at the marriage of their daughter, ly would our foes of slackness, Virginia Paul this week of Mrs. Dora Miller. nnd Incompetence be routed. to Sir. Charles William Speith Corp. E. II. Smith, of Camp Sher- For Outdoor Chess Garnet. on Thursday evening, Slay the 13th Chessmen, which range from two t Nineteen Hundred nnd Nineteen Smith, while vt t tit . in Lo.lrgto:i for three nnd one-hal- f feet In height, o'clock at seven-thirt- y it e i wcck. made nf aluminum, eullapslble, and Broadway SIcthodist Church pai-ki-In n special trunk, hare been Mr. Arthur Allen, of Chattanooga, Kentucky." given to the library of the University catis attending the Aberdeen-Angu- s of 'lconln. A Milwaukee man. now tle sale and while hcrj is the guest of ilead, designed them for use In public Mr. It. I. Elkin. iniitests, on large Indoor or outdoor die s board, with a view to Increasing .Mr. and .Mrs. Itoss Hsstln, nnd litSliss Viola Lunsford, of Rowland, popular interest In the game. tle daughter, Mrs. Forest Stapp and and Sir Sflas Perkins, of Fort Bliss, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Anion and little were unitid in marriage by Rev. .1 Fast Travel In Air. in sen, will spend the week-en- d It. .Moorman at the ojrt House hit By merely modifying wing' turva-tur- e, Tuesday morning airplanes of today could be made 'imy were icd by the hiiui-- mothei, Sirs to fly at a siwed of i.K) miles an hour, Dr. Thomas Hood leaves this week Rosa Isaacs. The bride according tit it British captain who is is quite pretfor Poorfork, Ky, where he will make ty and is only 15 years old while the considered an aeronautical authority. his future home. Lancaster friends groom claims Tnc The obstacle that this would present, to be twenty-suregret hi departure and wish him latter has ten months yet to however, would be a minimum landserve ing speed of about lM miles nn hour. much success. "Uncle Sam" and at the expiration of Greater speed in the air Is much to ba .Mr. and Mrs. James Highland nnd this time will take his bonnie bride desired, but no pilot Is particularly daughter, Ida Mae, and Miss Avarilla to his mountain home at (iatlitt, Ky. anxious to bring his machine to eurth at a rutu such as that Indicated. Anderson of Richmond, motored to Lancaster Sunday and were gucstr of Mr. and Mts. L. Munucl. Australian Pearls. Will make your Ford look and ran Pearls that come from the coast ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Cal East are guests of like a nev ote, l'amtin; anfi over- Australia are nf many shapes and colfriends in the county and city. This hauling $45.00. All work guaran- ors. Those under ten grains are sold by the ounce, ubovo that by the grain. olfice is indebted to Sir. East for teed. Color has a ileal to do with the value. tonic old papers containing some inThe white- - pearls go mostly to Europe pubteresting data, which we hope to and the yellow ones to India. In Auslish in the near future. Kinnaird Brothers who have the tralia an ounce of good white pearls 11111, will fetch up Sir. and Sirs. Alex Walker nnd local agency fbr the Dodge Car sol I realize only n tofifth of hut sometimes irginia Pearl, left that amount. daughter, .Miss three of that make this week to The jellow- - pearls may be rated on un for their home In Lawton Okln, after Slessrs Slark Bogie, J. T. Rigsby and uvenige of about half the value vt Sir. Walker's L. C. a months stay with tin white ones. King; mother, .Mrs. Julia Walker of this city. YOUR BABY CHICKS. Young Couple Wed. The Central Garage Dodge Cars Sell. I Fresh. Cat Fish 1 I ill I iii Sweet Potato, Tomato and Cabbage Plants. Are now beginning to hustle for themselves. They will need a remedy to make bone and muscle. B. A. THOMAS' POULTRY It ESI ED Y makes them grow and thrive. Slakes them healthy thereby reaching the inl. Local President. Mrs. (lose and Mrs. W, A. fianfield. frying stnge In the shortest possible W. A. Dicker-sethe time. Try it today. Sirs J. A. Anion chaperoned Mr. Dclbert C. Hart, of Middle Lancaster, Ky. boro, Ky., was in town for several following young ladies to the State days, this week attending the Sunday Convention of the Christian Endeavor Scnool Coi.vention at the Christian held in Wlrch?ster. Slisses Hernice Mr. Hart tells us he is con- Champ, Slary Davis, Carrie Hello Church. nected with the Middlesboio paper, Itomani, Virginia Hourne and Slis This Is said to be but If he is, the Oevll In thi office C'.ristine Sanders. hav-!r.- g can't llgure out what he is doing at the largest lonventioi ever held, uoout five hundred present. Se.iool Convention. tending a Sun-in- Liberty Bonds Hazelwood Sanatorium Tuberculoma Maintained ly the Louisville Atioclation for the adequate trctr.c-.- t of tuberculosis in t'l its itacri t in Itan ait. Kite $15.00 per week, board, medicsl attention, Uundiy, etc. High ground com. minding extcmiie view. Delightful surroundings. Special rates for WANTED For tin Treatmtnt of i 'R Sander's Variety Store. WV fiSr.I. FOR LESS. Fanny Itawson, Slate Libra Mi rian, of Frankfort, who ha been spending a week in Lancaster return ed Sunday to her home. While here Itawson hail several dinner par Ml tie given In her honor. These who entertained her were, Mrs. tmma The young gentlemen of the town entertained at the Hotel Kengarlan with a delightful fih supper last evening. Thursday Those present Pearl were Slisses Hilly Sanders, Slae Robinson, Dickerson, Slinnie Stella Sanders, Katie Barnes Dicker-soand Slessrs Cecil Brown, Charley Kauffman, Mrs. E. L. Owsley, Sirs. It. E. McltoberN, Mrs. J, E. Storme, Sanders, Irvine Stapp, Harry Italney, Mrs. W. M. Elliott and Mrs. E. C. mid Robert Ross. The girls making a part of this years graduating class. Gaines. Single Comb Hrown Leghorn Egg, Baby Chicks, Rooster and Uroody hen given in exchange. If you have no BONDS, I might consider the CASH. good for this Old price month. ERLE C. FARRA Box 272. W4 kffMltl ti utitoifat 11 pOMlblf. im Chsrw: MrifcU h' Uvtum4 IWHMM iwWi Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 15. 1919 Six Governments Send "Men To Boost Victory Loan Drive BRA HBLCBRIAR MFl. GROUNDHOG CHANGES MIND. HIS ffe ''gjm mi aSJSaefT sejTjTjKeBSSSeV'HI i men, representatives of 05 niiUiy different nllinl powers and men who passed through some of the hardest fighting In the great war, are traveling through the Fourth Federal llesene District, telling the public their viewpoint on the Victory Loan. Each member of the group Is an officer, specially assigned by his government to tell his story to the American people. Several of them wear decorations awarded for ungual bravery and they have all passed through many month of the hardest fighting in the war. For example. Captain L. D. fllbbs of the British Army Is the first Engll.hmen who flew In a heavler-than-al- r machine and was with the first British contingent to face the Germans In their SIX march on Paris. He was sent to this country as a British embassy attache after being wounded. The others represent the French nrm, Belgian army, Italian army, Canadian force and the American Expeditionary Forces. The French representathe, Lieutenant Bene Iroument, wears a Croix de with fiuerre citations; four Jlarechal Bmll Hendrlckx fought thrcugh the earlier days of the war In Belgium: Lieutenant Bruno Ilosflll of the Italian army was through the Corso Plateau ernpalgn; Lieutenant Itobert A. Shuv of the Canadian army was tliiomh Vlmy Itldge. Ctptaln F C Iledlck. the American representative, was awarded a dlstlnrtit h- -d ertlre cross for unusual It- -. try In the Argonne Forest drive. One bright runny morning, .Mr Groundhog decided that he would walk down by the rreek and pick out n suitable place for his garden. He walked slowly, his hands In his pockets, dreaming and thinking nbout the big luscious tomatoes lie was going to ralc that summer. The sun grew warmer and warmer as It climbed up Into the blue sky, and made large beads of sweat pop out on Mr. Groundhog's forehead. "Whew," he exclaimed ns he whisked out his handkerchief, and seated liini'ilf behind the high hedge fence along the road, "I reckon we'll have a blistering hot summer If this keeps up. But then, of course, that's what makes fine tomatoes, and, after nil, I shouldn't complain." And ns he lay resting and smoking his corncob pipe, his sharp ears caught the sound of t aires, which seemed to come from the, direction of Mr. Crow's corn mill. He paid little attention to the voices until they were close enough so that he could distinguish his own name being mentioned. Then he pricked up 1:1 uir nnd laid low. "Do you know," said one of the voices very d stlnctly, "that old Mr. Groundhog han't bought one Liberty Bond? And, what's more, 1 don't think he Intends to buy any of the Victory Liberty Ioan." Big Increase in Fisk Sales Due to Fisk Durability and Value today the MOTORISTS conditionare buying tires toon great basis of actual results. that is leading a demand for Fisk Tires for Fisk visible value stands out today in terms of greater mileage, longer life, more distinctive appearance and greater tire economy. In every line of business there is always one product that stands out licail and shoulders above the average. Experienced motorists know the difference in tires, and they know thesupcrior mileage and wear delivered by Fis.k Tires. You'll like the type of dealers who specialize in Fisk Tircs-alc- rt. foreseeing men who know comparative values in tires, and who know that succcm come to those who serve their public. C ,,c0'cr, ,n's community have u message for you. I Next ftmn Huv AYt j f. . ' 1t Ji I he ptickeil UP his ears Marines Show Why It's Last Loan of his pupils for their bay. Huns at Chateau Thierry and at Belleu Wood and they thrut Just as he had taught them to. hut Lieut. K. B. Irving never had a chance to try his own luck with iL THOUSANDS HASELDEN BROTHERS. , PLFrlti. .. j.. That's because he was able to teach Si i so well. He Instructed at the Quantico Oierseas Depot. flight now he Is taking a snuad of his Dei II Dogs every one a noncom and an Instructor In bayonet drill-o- ver the Fourth Federal Heserve Dis trict showing throngs In every city In which they exhibit the sort of tactics that made the Hun take to his heels. They are showlnc the sort of ni. dlers jour early Liberty Bond purchases started to pay for and the sort of soldiery which made It possible for this Victor)- - Liberty Loan to he the last Liberty Loan Inst: ad c! ucrjy the fifth. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv Victory Loan Terms The terms of payment for the Victory Liberty Loan are at follows: Ten per cent of subscriptions due with application on or before May 10, another 10 per cent on or before July 15, four subsequent Installments of 20 per cent each on or before August 12, September 9, October 7 and November 11. Accrued interest on deferred installments due with the last payment Payment jn full can be made May 20 if desired, or it can be completed on any installment date. I don't think we should have any thing to do with lilm." said the other nice. "Anybody who has as much money as old .Mr. Groundhog, and refuses to help his country' pay Its war SXKHXKXtOOtKTOrKSSVTOOlJtJtri debts, should be ashamed to look bis fellow citizens in the eye." Classified Column These same voices came from Mr. x Bear and Mr. Wolf, the most distin guished and important citizens of RATES i 9 Bramblebrlar Colony. Mr. Groundhog sat In deep silence Single insertions lc n word y what Mr. for a long time thinking So al taken for less thnn 20c Wolf and Mr. Bear had said about him. in this column. No ads in this g Finally he roo to his feet and started down the road with a quick, deterJ5 column charged. mined step and never stopied until he Seven insertions for the came to the Bramblebrlar bank. Walk- 5 price of live. ng up to Mr. Fox. who wad the pres ident of the bank, he said: Phone orders must he paid x' Mr. Fox, I never knew what pa promptly. triotism really meant to a man, but Please let now I can see It clearly Major General Leonard Wood me give you my subscription for the trained two divisions of Americans at VICTORY LIBF.HTV LOAN." Sweet I'otato plants for sale. Call Camp Funston fur overseas service. And then Mr. Groundhog started John Williams. He has asked the Amencrn people to down the road to his cottage by the support the Fifth Ixran. spring and ho walked with a quicker All kinds of plants for sale. .Step and wore a broader smile than I. I'. Thompson. DY LEONARD WOOD, was known to him In twenty years. Major General U. S. A. I)odre 1018 AUTOMOBILE: We have carried the war on sucTouring Cnr A- condition for sale. cessfully so far and we must see U. A. 1 liomns. It through. The Fifth Loan, comThe Victory Uberty Ixian Is a great ing at It does after the armistice, er challenge than any prior call for Gentle driving pony. KOIt SALK: will be a more sever It Is the service to tho government. tett than Mrs. Grace Sutton, Itoutc 4, the ethers, of the patriotism of our last nail to be driven In the archway Stanford, Ky. people. It It just at important at of peace, and we are the Instruments any loan we have made, and it to preach peace to the world. If we J. M. Metcalf, Survcyer, 25 yeart thould be carried through Just as should fall the whole stricture built vigorously as the others. It it no at so terrible a price would fall to the experience, llluc prints furnished. Phone All calls answered promptly. ground. time now to let up on our efforts. 185, Stanford, Ky. FISK CORD TIRES I Mr. Willie llallard and Miss Omn Our neighbors now know that they don't have to trnel one hundred mil- ( milliard eloped to Jellinf, Tenn. Sunes or more to get good DUIiOC hogs day night. Mr. llallard is 21 years (,'ood DL'IIOCS ran be nail right here of age ami a son of Mr, Clarence nt home, (let the MAMMOTH type Miss (labbnrd is 10 )cnr old IiLItOCS at tlK-- CLENWOHTII and Is the attractive daughter of Mr I'AUMS, Allen S. It.il-lar- d. nurgm, Ky, llolc 71.01; Ilurgin U. Edelcn, county owner, phone 1). I. (..ibbartl tt Put It Over!" Joiner,, Carpenter,, WANTED t, Dust Uuil.Uri, Cabinet Makers, Tincmitht, Plumbers, Pipefitter, and Painters for work on high class yachts and phonograph cabinets. Steady work. Our shop, are sanitary, light and steam-heateThe Mallhaws Company, Port Clinton, Ohio. CARTERSVILLE. Horn to Mr. anil Mrs. Arthus Matlock a girl. May lltli. .Mrs. Julia Weddle who h'ls been very ill Is better nt this writing. Miss Mattie Campbell is vWting her aunt Mrs. Susie Cooley this week. Mrs. Marian Carter is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Pitts this week. .Mrs. Jeir Davis is recovering rap-Idl- y from u successful operation for FORD FORD Worm Drive Cham Drive Write for Our List of Truck Srlalr Harry P. Kelly 10IO t'd A Great Challenge CilU7ATsvtT7l.,,0. appendicitis. Mirs Myrtle Carter was the pleas-an- t guest of Miss Estelle Davis last DR. Dead Devil Dog? Not Yet! FOIt SALE: Transplanted toint.to Thursday night. plants, llest varieties. Quite a number from here attendGeorge Smith, Sr. nt ed the I'epublican Convention FOR SALE: Tobacco sticks in Uincuster, Saturday. Mrs. Elim Conn is visiting her any quantity. ? 10.00 per thcuiaml K. IV. Coley, Cnrtcrsvii'e, hy daughter, Mrs. Ebb Whittid, near !.l.r,t-iJ- . Lnncrstcr this week. Mr. and Mrs. Illutfard Jennings and I'ota- FOU SALE: 100,000 Sweet hv.-iknown vanity. children visited her parents, Mr. and to plants Orders hy mail, promptly (Wet b Mrs. J, T. Allen at tho weeks end. Mr. nnd Mrs. 1". I. .Pennington ami It. I'. Ison, parcel post. Uuenn Vittn hy. children visited her parents. Mr. nnd Phcne "i5.Il. Mrs. C. S. Coup last Saturday and J. W. Wober Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles or the feet. Office DANVILLE Cilcher Hotel, every Tues- LAST STAND" might be an title for this picture which shows a fallen Marino with his comrade beside him, continuing to work a German light Maxim machine gun in an advanced position. This machine gun Is one captured by the from the Germans at Chateau Thierry. Guns of this type were used by the Germans In ambushThey were particularly ing tho allied troops. deadly because they can be easily carried by one mas and set up almost anywhere with or without a tripod. The gunner In this picture is also wearing a raptured German helmet. The two Marinet who posed for tils picture are part of the detachment of Uu woumltd "Dell IXips'Mn command of Captain Shaler l.add. who are traveling through tho Fourth Federal Itemrve District with War Trophy Train No. 3. Captain Ladd and his men hae all tasted Oer-ma- n gas nnd high explosive at SoUeons, St. Mlhlel, Ilelleatl Woods and Chateau Thierry and are prepared to tell some startling truths about what the Allies saved civilization from when they forcttl the Huns to beg for nn armistice. These men know why the Victory Loan must go nwr In a big way and they are able to back up their tli tcmcnts with exhibits gathered from many battle frints. They know tho Job back here must be touted and they're willing to help finish it Sunday, A llrrt class man that WANTED Mrs. J. I). Carter ami Mrs. Susie enn build n first class woven wire (Irccn visited Mrs. JcfT Davis who is lence want to build from !100 to ill in tho Hospital at llcrcu, lnit Sun300 rods. Call Iticc nnd I'elphrey, day afternoon, 4 miles out on the Iluckcyc Mr. und Mrs. Milton Jennings und It. pike. children nnd Mr. and Mrs. Andle Itoblnson visited Mr. nnd Mrs. F. 1. Tax-Pay- er llrynnt Inst Sunday. At u meeting of the City Council, Mrs. Elmer Woolwlne was taken to .Monday, .May 5th, I was instructed the Ilorei. Hospital Tuesday, where by that body to notify all that nru in tho underwent an operation foi tubarrears with their city tnxeir, that erculosis of the bone. must be pn!d at once and it not same Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dawson nnd paid within thirty clays, nunc will be advertised according to law, nnd th son, Mr. Eddie Dawson, who hat just picperty cold to meet thvse taxes, returned from overseas, visited Mr. C. S. Iioop, Sunday, ronie of which is long past due. I t nd Mrs. Hcv. F. V. Bryant filled his regular positively will do as instructed by tho City Council nnd give this as a warn- appointment at White Lick IlaptUt church last Saturday and Sunday. ing to all in arrears. L. E. Herron, City Tax Collector. There was n large crowd In Take Notice day, Wednesday and Friday RICHMOND Monday and Thursday. STANFORD, Saturday only. llLslisssssssMHBHIiisssssfc I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 15 1919. Pine Knob Oil & Gas Co STANFORD, (Incorporated in Kentucky. KENTUCKY. Capital Stock $IOO,000. Shares, Par Value $I.OO D. P. WEEKS, President. E. L. GADBERRY, Sec. and Treas. REFERENCE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE STATE'S NEWEST OIL FIELD. Our Holdings Embrace Over 5,000 Acres of the Choicest Territory in Lincoln county, Kentucky In addition to these valuable holdings we have some 10,000 Acres of First-clas- s oil territory under Lease in the Counties of ALL VALUABLE. ALLEN, ADAIR, CUMBERLAND, LARUE AND METCALFE WE have FOUR Drilling Rigs operating in Lincoln County. We have recently "drilled in" the finest and largest Well ever seen in Lincoln County. It is simply a wonder Quality of the very highest grade, and quantity almost beyond belief. It is estimated to be good for 100 BARRELS Daily. Two more wells drilling on the same lease, and we look for them "in" by the middle of this week. STOCK NOW SELLING AT $1.50 PER SHARE Worth MORE But subject to Advance without notice. NOW is the time to BUY. No orders accepted for less than TEN SHARES. A Home Proposition of MERIT Right at your DOOR. PHONE, WIRE OR WRITE FOR STOCK RESERVATION OR COME AND SEE. Bradley and Kemper MAIN OFFICE: STANFORD, KY. c Underwriters of Stock. PHONE 49. P. O. BOX 188. Lancaster Representative: CHARLES K. DUNN. POINT LEAVELL. TEATERSVILLE, KY. Miw Mnrjorie Weurren spent Sun Mr. Sum Kelley was in Danville on tday with Miss Lucille Crow. Monday. ( (Mis Snllie Cox of was Mr, Clyde Duddcrar was visiting visitor of Miss Roa . tin' attractive Sunday, re'atives here Kay, Sunday. Mj. mid Mr.. T. 0. Hill spent Sun.Miss Inez Kay of h. K, S. N. spent day wtlh relatives nt Huckcvc. the week end with her parents, Mr, Mr. Lee Darker has returned home und Mrs. K. It. Hay. lifter n few days with friends here, Mrs. James I. Sanders of Coy, nnd Silvers of Crab Orclii'd Mr, Kiuory McWhurter und family Mrs. attended church services at Manse were entertained Monday by Miss Rosa Kay. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders and Miss Mary He lie is visiting friends Utile daughter, Daisy Brooks, of served and all reported n good time, lliattsvijle spent Sunday with Mr. near Ilryantsville. and Mrs. Sieve Hill. Little Miss Lucille Hell is suffering Mr. and Mrs. Mart llogie and two with a very fore foot, the cause being daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel some hone infection. of Marksbury, visited Mr. and ,Mrh. Mr. Fred llell of llerea College was Otto Siuipoii Sunday, the guest of his uncle ami family Mr. Coy S. Sanders and family of Saturday :n,d Sunday Messrs Tom Hicks, Henry Mr. and Mrs. S. W, Thompson en- Montgomery anil families of llourne, tertained at dinner a number of were visitors of Mrs. Mary A. Sanfriends last Sunday, a nice dinner a ders Sunda). Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long entertained n number of friends nt dinner, MARCEI.LUS, KY. Sunday, Those present were Mr. Morris Long and family, of Poor Mr, J. K. Edward visited relatives Kidge, and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Long of 1'aint Lick, nt Hichniimd recently. Jee .Mrs. Fogcrmnn and daughter of Irvine, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, Trumbo. Sunday Miss Lizzie Foley spent Miss Hazel Jennings of Lexington guest of Mrs. Her-- 1 with Mrs. J. L. Yantis. wns th's wek-cm- l Miss lion- - Turner spent Thursday crt Tuylor. witli Miss Allic Doolin. U spend-in- g Mr. Ilosuell of Springfield Mrs William Clark and son, Karl, u few days with his daughter Miss were visitors Saturday of Mrs. Milton 1'enrl llokwcll. Ward. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter und Miss Stella Nnylor has returned parents, baby, were the guests of his home after n visit to relatives In Kast . Mr. nml Mrs. Mill Carter at GUY. Misses Nancy Long of Lexington, Mrs. J. L. Ynntls und son llcrschel ami Stella Mae Grow were the guests have returned utter a visit to Danville Tuesday night of Mrs. Hubert Carter. relatives. , Mr. und Mrs. Charles Dean and Mr Messrs Walter und Alben Smith (irow attended the uml Mm. Norman visited Mr. and Mrs. Tolliver Smith races ut Lexington Thursday of last Sunday, (iarrard. vock. Mr. und Mrs. James Kason motored Mrs. Stlllwell left Monday for her to Middleburg und spent the week-en- d Mississippi after n stay new home In with relatives. of several weeks with her parents, Mrs. Obe Ilolton of Scctts Fork Mr. and Mrs. J. Trumbo. spent last week witli her daughter, Taylor, Miss Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Kverett Grow, llazel Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mr. und Mrs. Frank Turner, und Newton, were with Davis and ton. Mr. and Mm. Marshall Davis ut Sul- Mr. J. P. Foley spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Tom Turner. phur Well Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kohcrt Yatcr spent the C. O. Pike, Saturday night. PAINT LICK the week-en- d with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stuart Carson, Mr. Smith on 1'oor Kidge Pike. Mr. Walker Guyh has purchased a and Mrs. William Carson and daughhandsome Chevrolet car. Mrs. William Ilroaddus of Kirks-vill- e ter, Anneile, of Stanford, Mr. and spent last Sunday with her son, E. I Woods and Dr. Patrick were .Mrs. '.. T. Kice of Richmond, Mr. and Mr. und Mrs. John Ilroaddus. in Lexington Wednesday. Mrs. Guy Davidson and children. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. lloyd Turner nnd nnd Mrs Ilascom Pelphrcy and daughMisses Mary and Alma Lear spent Mrs. Jake Foley were visitors Sunday the week end in Louisville. ter, Nelle, wer? Sunday gussts of of Mr. and Mrs. William Karnes. Miss Anne Moberley has been on Mcsdames Carrie Davidson and WilI the sick list for the past few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Koy I'ruyther and liam Sutton. J children were recent visitors of her Miss Martha Davis of Lexington Saturday afternoon Miss Mary Ann parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm Walker. Turner nnd Mr. Charlie Curtis Ynter spent the week end with the homefolks. Mr. J. II. Jennings und son, Leslie I drove to Lancaster anil were married ' Miss Ethel Estridge who lias been nt a P. M. at the Baptist Parsonage. have moved Into the old School-hous- e nnd work will commeifce at once on The beautiful and impressive cere- ( teaching in Uenham Ky, returned mony was performed by the Rev. C. home Sunday, the new school building. D. Strother. Miss Kllen Turner and ' Mr. and Mrs. Riddell of Kingston Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Yuter enterMr. Kzzn Fletcher were the only at- were heic Sunday to their son, tained n number of friends nnd rela- tendants. The friends of this popu- j Mr. A. Riddell who isse.i ill. J. tives at un elaborate dining Sunday in lar young couple extends congratulaMr. und Mrs. Louise Gun and lithonor of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ynter. tions nnd wishes for them a prosper- tle son of Snelbyvillc are visiting his .Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Smith and ous journey through life together, parent;, Mr. und Mis. Kooert Guyi. sister, Miss Maud, Misses Ollie and with just enough sunshine nnd show- R. K. Stone of RichMr. and Fannie Merida attended the I'ie Sup- er to mnke n perfect rainbow of hap mond were Mr. guests of Mr. nnd the per ut the Ueazley school-hous- e piness. on Mrs. D. W. White Saturday und Sunday. Miss.'s Stella Ramsey and Res:.:e Kit i He Stone of Lklimonil were the guests of Miss Louise White the past week. Mr. Tom Rayburn who ha suffer, for several ed witli rheumatism months, left Wednesday for Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Kucker of Waco uml brother Jim of Lexington spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. 1. C. Kucker. Misses Minnie und Maude Conn of Lancaster were the pleasant guests of Mrs. I. C. Kuctheir ginnd-motheker, Friday night. ON ALL Mrs. John llaunstnrk and Miss Catherine Pitman of Waco were plensnnt'guests of the formers sister, Mrs. I. C. Ruckcr. Miss Emniu llurchell went to Lancaster Tuesday as n delegate to the Christian Sunday School Convention held 'it Hint place. Miss Chustine Rucker attended the exercises nt Kirks-vill- e, Commencement Friday- - night. Miss Rucker and Mits Helen Doyle furnished the music. Mrs. K. C. McWhortcr of Lexingin East ton who has been visiting Bernstudt stopped off on her return for a short visit with her daughter, CONN & CONN, Proprietors. .Mrs. L. T. Kirk. Dr. B. B. Montgomery has pur chased something over 19 acres of the Best farm opposite the Rucker place. Price $275. per acre. Dr. plans to build an $8,000 home on this site. Miss Grace Patrick of Richmond Normal was the attractive guest of her sister, Miss Hester Patrick at the home of Mrs. J. T. Underwood from Saturday until Monday. Four front rooms for rent, all on for first floor. Every convenience light house-keepinwith garden nnd br.ni privileges. For terms see Mrs. W. F. Parks. Mr. James E. Kinnard, aged 78, died nt his home neir here on the 10th. Futurnl services were held nt the home on Sunday afternoon ut 2 o'clock by Rev. C. S. Ellis and interment took placa in the family burying ground. ft Hplne? 81 to the merit ol Cardul, the women's Ionic, In There can be no doubt 15 PER troubles peculiar to the treatment ci many CENT women. The thousands, o! women who have been helped by Cardul in the past 40 years, is conclusive prooi that it Is a Rood medicine for women who suffer. It should help you, too. REDUCTION Take CARDUI MThe Woman's Tonic the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and my suffering Indescribable. I can't tell Just how and where I hurt, about all over. I think I began Cardul, and my pains crew lest and less, until Iwaj cured. I am remarkably strong for a woman frl years cl age. i ucj au my noutcwora CarduL today. E-- fe TIRES "I was passing through Mrs. N. C. Varncr. of Illxson, Tenn., writes: ... REX GARAGE is The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 15, 1919 Cracks At Creation. Why Is near beer so far from beerT PRIMARY ELECTION JUNE 21, 1919 THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY SPECIAL ELECTION IN THE T If Italy gets It, there will be one' Flume of garlic. Japan's beautiful manners do not prevent her being an expert crabber. Messed ore the inconsplcuousl It is true they are not overburdened with bouquets, but neither do they bombs. e salt's educaPart of the tion is not available for the modern He can no longer learn to sailor. splice the main brace. BINDER TO SELECT A CANDIDATE FOR TO BE VOTED FOR AT THE TO BE HELD AUGUST 2, 1919 TWINE You bet the best that money can buy Don't be told that ours is second grade just because our price is so much cheaper, but see for yourself. It can be done. It is here now and ready during the month of MAY we will furnish the BEST GRADE of Twine for the remarkably low price of EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL OF KENTUCKY. Mother, ing about dear, those scribed to who are those People gowith n Wide Smile? My are the persons who subthe Victory Loan. The peace conference finally came The to nt agreement on K,to Ohm. principal cause of disagreement upon it was probably the spelling. The price of corn may fluctuate wildly In May, but if the corn itself stands steady in July nnd August it is nil we can ask of Providence. During the last two years it has once more been demonstrated that "Let fall to each what may befall. The farmer he must feed them nil". A position in the League of Na-tois probably a Rood thing to keep America in peace. ISut universal military training would be n better At a Meeting Of The Democratic Executive Committee For The Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, Held At Danville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May 14, 1919, A Quorum being Present In Person and By Proxy, The Following Resolu- tions were Adopted: Whereas, n vacancy In the office of representative in Congress from the KiKhth District of Kentucky, ha been caused hy the ilenth of the Hon. Harvey Helm, who had been elected to the chairman of each county committee in the district, not less than tin dnjs before the -- 1st day of June, 1919, the name of one person for earh voting precinct in each county tn net ns challenger and inspector for raid candidate nt laid primary elec- S22.5LE PER 100 LBS This is all for you MR. FARMER and is just one more proof that we save you money and put more cents in your dollar. When you pay cash you are entitled to a better price than the charge account. Our price is always better and quality is our middle name. We believe in big buying and small profits cash and a quick turn over. The Season is also about ready for and commissioned for the term, end- one. The little remembrance sent to Federal Judge Landls of Chicago was quite unnecessary. He blows up frequently enough without the aid of a bomb. May-day Russia has issued an ultimatum against Roumanla, and it will perhaps be effective. We have occasionally known Ma to issue an ultimatum against Pa, and she has nearly always gained her point. The brewers are all turning to the manufacture of ice cream. What if they should forget nnd use some of their former ingredients? Beer ice cream would probably stantly and universally become popular. in-- ' j j We understood that the last war of all was at an end. Then what is all this about the Roumanian army In Buda-Pesending nnd Jugo-Slavl- a troops to Flume and the Russian Bol-- , sheviki opening their spring drives? Until the luxury tax came into ef.fect, perhaps you did not know that! candy and ice cream and chewing, -' cum and face powder were luxuries:! You ttjll not, however, entertain any doubts on this head for some time to fome. The Treasury Department has been urged to coin a piece. If, that can be bought for a half cent' the petitioners can point to anything the Treasury will prob- ably give their request some consider- ation. half-cei, Tobacco Setters and we can furnish you the TIGER OR BEMIS setter at only $85.00 and $90.00. These are the newest improved and we got 'em. Come on and see for yourself. We have often been tried never denied and willing to be tried again. Here are i Lire anil learn! A year ago howl many of us had heard of Chateau (i Thierry or the Argonne Forest? Or, how many suspected that the dlspo-i- j sition of the Hungarian seaport of ' Fiume would make any difference in i our young lives? There nre many more luxuries in France than in this country. Wheiclj anthracite coal is $80.00 a ton, butter ' $1.40 a pound, beefsteak $1.00 and up, eggs $1.00 a dozen und milk SO1 cents a quart, these must all be reck- oned as luxuries. The wise people of the world are studying the question whether prices have risen or the value of currency has depreciated. But wnen we are paying 70 cents a pound for butter, is not the reason as much as the it fact which disturbs us. a few EYE OPENERS There seems to be some difference of opinion on the subject 'of buns. The hairdresser informs us that they are going out, and the barkeeper says there wil be no more to be had after July 1st, but the baker says they nro much in ilemnnd and will continue to be so. Think It Over. Upon liul I lut t every grain of wheat will produce CO. a Herman math- emiitlclan lias figured Unit the third- year pingi-nof u single grain would '! feed 300 men. 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BEREA, KENTUCKY. ing March 3, 1921, and Whereas, the (lovcrnor of Ken- tion. tucky has issued his proclamation (7 No candidate in said primary calling n special election for August shall be allowed to select as n device e the device ", 1919, for the election of a of the drmorr.itlr patty in Confess from the said And the order In which the names of KiKhth District of Kentucky, to till the candidates shall appear on the the aforesaid vacancy, nnd. ballots shall he determined by lot, in Whereas, it is the duty of this com- the manner determined upon by th hereinafter provided mittee under the party rules nnd regulations, to provide n democratic for. nominee to he voted for at said spec-'a- l The officers of the election election, now therefore. shall be selected from litl xlTtrrd by the candidate in accordance with the UK IT ltKSOI.VKD. That a primary election is hereby called to be provisions of the primary election held in the several voting places or law, nnd by the sub committee hereprecincts in Adair, Anderson, Iloyle, inafter provided for. (9) Upon the closing of the polls Casey, Garrard, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, .Mercer, Shelby nnd Spen- the officers shall proceed to count the cer Counties, composing the Eighth ballots nnd to make returns, and in Congressional District of Kentucky, so doing, shall be governed by the between the hours of C A. M. nnd 4 provisions of the grnernl election P. M. on Saturday, June 21st. 1919, laws of the State of Kentucky, and for the purpose of nominating: a the returns shall be made to the democratic candidate for Congress, chairman of the respecti"c county in saiil district, to be voted for at the committees of the district, who will rpecial election called by the (Iov- deliver the stub books, the questioned ballots ami the certificates of the reernor for August 2, 1919. ('J) The right to vote in said sults to this committee. primary election shall be limited and (10) On the third day after the .u i restricted to those who In good faith ' ...... ,uiv iirrii maur tu .(lie tctwiii. auuii i. affiliate with the democratic party county chairman of the district, the and who, by their vote In said pri- Commttee shall meet at Niehohmille, mary election, pledge themselves to at - o'clock, I'. M., and canvass the support the nominee of said primary vcte cast, and Issue the certificate of election, and who possess the quali- nomination as required by law, and fications for voters prescribed by the shall certify Immediately to the Sectaw. retary of State the name of the demo (3) An assessment of three thous- usti: noir.ince whose nsnit he will and and three hundred dollars ci rtify to the county clerks of the (13.100.00) is hereby fixed for the district ns the nominee entitled to a purpose of defraying the expenses of place on the ballot to be used in the said primary election, said assessment special election called for the said to be paid by the candidates, nnd any August 2. 1919. (11) The pel son desiring to become a candihereindate shall, not later than noon, Wed- after provided for is directed to emnesday, May 21, 1919, (30 days prior ploy the clerks of the county courts to said primary) give written notice to copy from the regular registration in person or by registered mail to the books made in laiwrenrehurg, DanChairman of this Committee at his ville, Itirhmond, Hairodsburg, office in Nicholnsville, Kentucky, anil and Shelbyville, in 1918, the pay to said chairman, in rash $1030. names of all democrats, anil the perto cover his portion of the expense of sons so mplo)eJ shall cauc these holding said primary election. Pro- lists to be delivered to the officers of vided, however, that if more than two the election. perrons shall qualify as candidates (12) The Chairman of this comby complying with the foregoing mittee shall cause copies of tills call provisions of this section, the chair- and these resolutions, certified to by man shall return to each of said can- himself and the secretary of the comdidates the sum he shall have paid in mittee, to be posted at the Court excess of his proportion of the said House door in each county composing Thirty-thre- e Hundred Dollars. In the said Congrissional District, nnd' the event that the assessment herein in other conspicuous places in tho provided for is Insufficient to defray distriet for not less than thirty days the expenses of this election, the de- prior to the 21st day of June, 191 9, ficit shall be paid by the successful and said notice si.all be published at lens: incc in five or more democratic candidate. (I) The of the newspapers of the districts. (13) In order that the provisions Democratic Executive Committee for the saiil Eighth Congressional of this call may be carried into full District hereinafter provided for, force nnd effect, a shall meet in the Court House at composed of the Chairman and SecreNicholnsville, at noon on Thursday, tary of this committee and of one June nth, 1919, nnd if it then appear, other member to be appointed by tho that only one candidate shall have chairman, Is hereby appointed, emcomplied with the requirements of powered nnd directed to cause to be Section 3, before the expiration of printed the requisite number und the time therein provided, then no kind of ballots, which shall bear the primary shall be held, but the suld fac simile of the signature of the Committee shall there- chairman of this committee, nnd said will procure (he necupon declare to be the democratic nominee for tho office sought that essary election supplies and cause I person who is the only candidate und them together with the ballots to be thai! refund to such candidate the en- delivered to tho officers of the elei, trance fee paid hy him, less the cost tiou, ns required by law, und said with und by the asaccrued for advertising nnd ether-wis- e prepa'inrf for Raid primary elec- sistance of the county chairman, who are hereby appointed, empowered, tion. directed und requested to nssist said n (3) The Democratic County In all details of said and the Chairman thereof for each County in the diitrt shall tee work, do any unit ull other ucts und proper to the holding of to it that the polls are opened in each and every precinct of all the counties said primury election und the carry. In said Congressional District In the Ing out of the purpose of this cull. T. It. WELCH, Chairman, usual and regular voting places between the hours already herein proJ. E. KOUINSON, See'ty., vided. The Democratic Executive Commit(0) Each candidate shall be en- tee for the Eighth Congressional Distitled to designate by written notice trict of Kentucky. ()