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APPOINTED CHAUTAUQUA ABERDEEN-ANGU- S Collector John W Hugh es Appoints Col. W. Engine Trouble vents Start of V. Richardson To plane From Azores Splendid Position. To Portugal. TO DELAY FLIGHT sir county last Friday afternoon brought out one of the largest crowds ever seen at a public sale In this county. League of Nations and Freedom of Prominent buyers and breeders from over the state and from other The Sen to Be Discussed Fiv, states were on hand, some of them Days of Entertainment and ' arriving the night before, so as to be able to attend the State Aberdeen-Angu- s Down.to.thcMinuU Association which held its Features. meeting nt the Kengarlan Hotel last Thursday night. A clean modern play, entitled "It The Messrs Bradshaw Brothers are Pays To Advertise," the Dunbar Sing to be congratulated upon their first ers nnd Hell Ringers, the Steely Con annual sale of this character. Many cert Company and the Lombard En having expressed the opinion that it tertainers; great timely lectures was one of the best conducted sales these are but a few of the attractions they had ever attended. of the 1910 Redpath Chautauqua The class of stock offered was high scheduled to appear here. The entire in quality, both as to breeding and five days program is replete with individuality and the high average of features of compelling interest. $320.50 for the h'ad "The League of Nations", "The that were sold gives one an Idea of freedom of the Seas," and other tlio class offered. c minute topics, each finds Even this average is considered a place in the discussions of the week, very low by the knowing o.ies as thus keeping up the reputation of the many thought the sale should have Chautauqua as a powerful factor for averaged at least $400. a head. enlightenment on public problems, Messrs Bradshaw tell us they exThe Dunbar Male Quartet and Bell pect to hold another sale in SeptemRingers will be the attraction on the ber and still another next Spring. he had only been driving n few weeks Richmond. Immediately following opening afternoon. For many years This should be gratifying to the peoWASHINGTON, May 20th- .- Pres. nnd was not considered an experienc Paint Lick High School defeated these services interment took place In a Dunbar Quartet and Bell Ringers ple of Oarrard county, all of who Hyattsville on the formers ground: ident Wilson, In his message to Con- ed driver. company was one of the most popu should lend every effort in the prothe local cemetery nt that place. last Thursday. I'rewitt pitched well gress today, recommended repeal of Probably thirty minutes after the wnc oi me largest crowds ever lar of Chautauqua and Lyceum or motion of this enterprise. prohibition law so far accident occurred Mr. J. P. Bourne seen at the church for Taint Lick in all but the first the The present company The following are n few of the attended the fu ganizations. Innliiir, when llyattsville scored three as it applies to wine nnd beer only; was returning from Danville and saw was organized by Ralph Dunbar of sales; nerui, attesting Dy their presence, earned runs. In the Eighth inning announced definitely that the rail- the wrecked machine on the roadside the sympathy for the family and be the original Bell Ringers and is most Brookside Blackbird 39th, No. I'aint Lick tied the score with a base road s)stems uml telegraph nnd tele- ami upon investigation found that the reaved ones and the regret ut the worthy to bear the Dunbar name. 192157 brought $925.00, purchased phone lines would be returned to pri- occupant was dead and realizing that tragic end on balls, and six straight hits. of this good and greatly The members of the Dunbar appear by C. E. Marvin, Paynes Depot, Ky. IE. II. i: vate ownership; urged u revision of he could be of no service nlonc, hur tielovcd man and christian. in solos, quartets, and readings and Beckwith Blackbird Lady, No. ll)ttsville, :io.i 000 000 .1 K 4 war taxes particularly to abolish the ried to Lancaster nnd brought the cdrry 150 hand bells upon which are 14005, to C. E. Marvin, for $090. Paint Lick 200 200 Oil IK III II manufacturers nnd retail kales cxer. first news of the accident. played some of the best overtures Fairy Belle 2nd. No. 248272, to H. In n few FRED HAM Batteries: May, Gnstlnenu nnd cues; and outlined generally n pro. minutes many were on their way to and solo numbers. In order to se F. Hill, Leixngton, Ky, $350.00. gram respecting labor. Criscillis; I'rewitt ami Patrick, cure an especially high quality of Very Beauty. Jth. No. 195605. the rcene nnd the overturned machine These were the "high spots" of the was lifted from the unfortunate vic- Dies His Home In talent the singers have nil been given Harry Frye, Hubble, Ky, $310. Presidents message cabled from Paris. tims nnd not until this time was it r a contract. The Dunbars Lena Brent, No. 150317, L. T. llesides that , be again urged en discovered that there were two fatalArizona. will give a prelude at night. Bradshaw, Lancaster, Ky., $350; actment of the woman suffrage con ities. 'Americas Today Gleaned From Nellie Dean, 4th, No. 23227C, Harry , stitutional amendment; recommended Just in the prime of his young lesterday 'Over There,' " will be the Frye, $325.00; Daisy Dean L 2nd, recognized Friends immediately We wish to say we have provided sucks tu take aire of the wheat crop that the tariff laws lie supplied will; Rev. Kldridge and only through pa- manhood and always enjoying the subject of the opening 'night lecture No. 195(500. W. L. Neal, Moreland, teeth to protect American indui.ti pers found on the body of the other best of health, Fred Ham, formerly by Elwood T. Bailey. Mr. Bailey as Ky., $350.00; Pauline Belle 2nd. No. this season. We do not yet knowhow It will be handled, but we do against foreign attack; spoke fcr victim, was it identified as Rev. Clyde of this county, died at his home in a welfare worker over seas spoke to 1C8148, R. L. Kelly, Bronston, Ky, legislatit.ii to facilitate American en Shcltman, of McAfee, Mercer county. Arizona last Sunday, after an acute several hundred thousand of our sol $410.00. know wc can deal ns liberal with you diers, both in the fighting zones and of What caused Brent Beauty 2nd, No. 195002, L. will attack of appendicitis. the accident as business methods will permit and terprise through the expansion shipping, and backed Secretary Uuie's probably always be shrouded in mysHe was twenty-eigyears of age in our camps. In his lecture he tells T. Bradshaw, Lancaster, $500.00; ou may depend on us for our part in program for land for retur.mg sol tery however it was plainly to bs and was the youngest son of Mr. and the story of the return of the Ameri Vivian A. 2nd. No. 214084. Harry taking care of the crop. Mrs. Ben Ham, of Somerset, Ky. The carj soldier to his country, the read Frye, $325.00; August Mary 2nd. No. diers. Men that for a distance, of fifteen The farmer success is our success, Of the Palis Pejce Confereno and feet or more before the car took the remains were brought to Somerset justment of the soldier and the 1B041C, H. P. Stevenson, Hustonville his interest our Interests. We will the League ot Nations the Preiidcn fatal leap over the embankment, the yesterday where the interment took problems which confront each and all Ky., $350.00; Gnat 10th. No. 2G8005, appreciate your calling on us in due merely said it would be premature to brakes hid been applied and the rear place. today. L. T. Bradshaw, $350; April Showers time. Very truly, He left Kentucky eight years ago discurs them or express a judgment. wheels locked lis patches wer6 torn Extraordinary costumes, some of No. 259387. L. T. Bradshaw, $350.00; 1 Garrard Milling'Compa and has only been at home one time them imported from Japan, Chinese Effie Belle 8th, No. 195590, John M. He alo avoided discussion of domes In the loose metal which had been during those eight years. He was a chimes, something never used on the Anion, Lancaster, Ky, $350.00; Fair-- " tic legislation at length because of applied to the road. Sells hi iong from Washington. The ear went over the embank- brother of Mrs. Charles Rankin of Chautauqua platform before; a re land Prima Donna 5th, No. 163272, He was a popular boy marKaoie ment n height of about five feet and this county. cello and s Sanders Brothers, Lancaster, Ky., Good Profit. and his sudden passing away will be gypsy camp fire setting ure a few $320.00. completely Southern Baptist turned Mr. C. It. Harnett who together regretted by his numerous friends. novelties which make unique and Neither of the occupants had never Other purchases were made by. with Mrs. Ilarnett moved to this coun- Convention. moed and were thrown on their Much sympathy is extended the fam compelling the program of the Lorn George Ballard, Paint Lick, Ky; S. A. ty about two years ago, have sold ily in the loss of their youngest son bard Entertainers who give a full Hill, Lancaster, Ky, James Woods, The Ilaptist Churches of Garrnrd heads, death resulting immediately. their farm on the Itichmond pike near concert on the afternoon of the sec. Stanford, Ky; Andrew Hemphill, of The head of Rev. Kldridge struck and brother. Hiattsville to Mr. J. I. Hamilton for County were well represented at the a large rock, causing his ond day and a prelude at night. This Nicholasville, Ky; Jones Baughman, instant death $250.00 an acre, possession to be Southern IlaptUt Convention which and the weight of the machine crush FOR HAWKER company consists of Harry Lombard Stanford, Ky; J. 1. Hamilton, Lanwas held at Atlanta, Georgia, May given next January. and Lcla Fairchild Lombard, his caster, Ky; Tom Hicks, Lancaster, Rev. Kills of Paint Lick. Rev. ed out the life of Rev. Sheltman, as This farm was purchased by Mr. wife, and their work is replete with John Rankin, Lancaster, G. M. Bal both shoulders were broken and back IS ABANDONED. Harnett about two yenni iiko for $130 Sebastian pastor of the Mt. Hebron crushed. good musical material given in an en lard, Harrodsburg, J. W. Herndon, an acre, which shows the valuation of nnd Huckeye churches. Rev. Strother Berea, and Dr. Printus Walker of this delightful The bodies were placed side by side Aviator and tertaining nnd E. Behymer way. land in this county since, that time. of Lancaster, nnd probably others of on At night O. (Bee'high- - city. the grass near the accident and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilarnett have made Garrard County, attended the Conhis Companion Are mer) of the Sheldon School of Salesleft there until the arrival of Coroner many friends since moving into Oar vention. The day is coming when all of us manship, Chicago, will lecture on of Danville. It was the greatest convention ever William Zimmerman, rard, all of whom hope they will de. Now Given Up As The Romance of Business". As who can afford trips to Europe will held by Southern Ilnptists. Approx- Upon bis arrival a jury was summon cldc to remain in the county. presented by Mr. Behymer, business engage our passage in nn airship. imately 8,000 were in attendance. ed nnd n verdict rendered in nccord- Lost. is one of the most entrancing of ad Besides speed we shall probably get The entire meeting was marked with nnce with the above facts. good ventilation. Civilian Relief The bodies were then brought to intense zeal and enthusiasm. The ST. JOHNS. N. I'., May 21. Hope ventures, an enterprise of vital interlargest financial budget ever attempt- Lancaster and turned over to the lo- - for the safety of Harry G. Hawker est to every man, woman and child. Conference. ed by Southern Ilnptists was planned. cnl undertakers and were prepared nnd This is a lecture which everyone in- Dr. de Santo's lecture is one of the Commander Mackenzie Grieve, Lancaster Is included in the list of The new budget is on n five year for burial. In the meantime the fnm-- j missing since they set out eastward terested in making a success in life big features of the week. cities which havo been Invited to jend basis, nnd provides $350,000 for Dr. E. T. Hagerman will lecture on the ilies of both victims were communi through the air on Sunday in their 3houhl hear. Following his nddress a representative to a special Civilian Roger Williams Memorial to be cated with over phone. Mr. Behymer will answer any ques The Man With One Window," on : Sopwith biplane for Ireland, was vir Rev. Sheltman was on his way to tions suggested by his lecture. P.eiief conference to be held at Cleve erected nt Washington, D. C, $5,000,- the fourth night.. For twenty con tually abandoned today by the British land on May 23 and 24th by the ttntf 000 for ministerial relief, and $75,. Paint Lick to assist Rev. Kldridge in The Steely Concert Company, con secutive years Dr. Hagerman has apfilers preparing here to take wing in u series of meetings that were to have the American Red Cross, sisting of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steely peared as a lecturer on the Lyceum Dirf 000,000 for education, home and their wake. News of the safety of vision, Denim merit of Civilian' Krlief. foreign missions. This new budget begun last Monday night. He was the NC-.'- l, daughter, Er- - and Chautuuqua platforms nnd "The after being so long on th and their forty-twyears old and has been the water, hud been a source lynne, will be the infraction for the Man With One Window" is consider Present day problems of Home Ser means that Ilnptists must give about of encourpastor of the churches ut McAfee and agement, vice uml. its future possibilities out eight times as much each year, for but it is recognized that the third afternoon and will also give n ed to be the strongest address of his night prelude. uneu in me new Keel uross peace five years, as they did last year. But Salvlsn In Mercer county for the past Hawker-GrievFor more thun fifteen career. Dr. Hagerman has a message machine only pngram will be discussed by Lake this is not impossible. The estimated year or more. He was well liked by a cockle shell emergency carried years Mr. and Mrs. Steely have been and he presents it in a clear, forcible, boat n3, Division headquarters officials mid wealth of Southern Baptists is $15,- - citizens of that community and was big audiences everywhere pleasing manner. compared with the stout hull of the delighting representatives from lied Cross chap- 000,000,000 and If nil would give n christian of high character. He American naval plane. with vocal and instrumental tncci.'il- On the afternoon of the fourth ters In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. one tenth of their income tu the Lord leaves n wife and one daughter, who Kcgaiding the fate of Huv.ker nnd ties. Besides being possessed of ex- day the Artists' Company will give a Public Health heads from the three' each year, we would give about Is hetenteen years old nnd a student some of the airmen here be- cellent voices they nil appear in piano concert of vocal and instrumental of Kentucky College for Women. He Oriee. states nnd prominent social workers $100,000,000 per year. selections. Also music of exceptional merit. The lieve tl.e Sopwith collapsed within a and marimbaphonc will discuss public health work nnd There are 1,500.000 Baptists in was a brother of Mr. Wade Sheltman chort time after leaving St. Johiu. Mr. Steely plays the saxophonu and same company will give a prelude at the problems of organization to be the South who do not attend Sunday of the Franklin Printing Company of Miss Steely is a car night. and that the wireless had failed. The concertina. met in cities and rural districts by School. There ure 8,000 ministers Louisville. The remains were taken opinion At night, on the fifth day, the sideis gaining ground that field toonist as well ns a musician and her American Hed Cross chapters. yesterday afternoon, ice and icebergs extending for 100 drawings constitute a feature ot the splitting American comedy 'tit Pays in the South whose salaries average to Louisville to Advertise", will be presented by a less than $300 per year. There are where the interment will take place miles off the coast may have affected program. Dr. Vlncenzo de Santo, noted Ital- company of eight. This is a play 00,000,000 people in the U. S. not this afternoon in Cave, Hill cemetery. the work of the engines through the Dr. Byrne Coming. The following came up from Salvisa ian journalist acd orator, who ap- which was extraordinarily successful J. J, Byrne, who for several years identified with any denomination. and McAfee and accompanied the re- intense cold congealing the oil. The pears on the third night, will discuss in the great metropolitan centers and There lire 1,000,000,000 human beAmerican airmen who Hew to lias traveled in Kastern Kentucky, among other world topics the pro- likewise on Chautauqua, It is to ings in tho world without the gospel. mains to Louisville; A. J. Lapsley, J. from Rockaway, N. Y., found nnd who joined the Kentucky AssoThese figures speak louder than W. Powell, Nathan Lyons, Abe Sharp, that this condition caused them ser- blem of the league of nations. He well balanced in human values that it two years ciation of Optometrists words, and summon all to intense Henry Anderson and T, J. Hudson. ious inconvenience, disturbing all will also tell of the astounding spirit cheers the heart nnd diverts the mind established a thriving busi(go, has Rev. Mr. Kldridge has been the pasactivity for Christ. their engines, some of which virtually of modern Italy. Dr. de Santo speaks at the same time. Last year on one Ky. The Optical ness in Danville, tor of the Old Paint Lick church for C. D. Strother. burned out front this cause, accord- English perfectly. He is a contribu- of the big Redpath Seven Day cirJournal and Review, New York, May the past six years and has a host of ing to officers magazines and newspapers, cuits "It Pays to Advertise" proved abroad the United tor to 16th. I will serve Court Day dinner and friends there and over the county both in the United States and Italy, to be one of the biggest features of States supply ship Prairie. Dr. Byrne will be at the Kengarlan will appreciate your patronageTwo that were shocked beyond measure by and his lectures are based on a wide the whole week. This clean, rollickHotel at Lancaster one week, May doors below the Baptist church, on his tragic death. He was a gentlePlease send In the Red Cross knowledge of this and foreign coun- ing comedy will be a fitting finale to 20th to Hist. Richmond Street. Mrs. J. O. Bogie. man and a Christian of the highest tries. It Is at ones apparent that a great program. Collector John V. Hughes this lift WASHINGTON, May cnioun announrril the appointment of weather conditions were extremely Col. W. V, Richardson to I hi- - position of chief book keeper in the internal favorable, Lieut. Commander Albert C. Head revenue office. If he nrcepts he sue plane NC-- was unable to icet the sea away from Pontn del Ga REV. W. M. ELDRIDGE OF PAINT cceds Mr. A. II. Brown who retires on LICK. ONE OF THE ila toibiy for the eight hundred mile the 15th of June. He has hern tnk (Unlit to Lisbon, Portugal, because of Ing special training in the revenue VICTIMS. engine trouble, which developed when service In Commssloner Roper's otficc ship wn belnb tuned up for the ilnre the expiration of Senator Geo the One of the most distressing and type and his passing has cast a gloom II. .Martin' term uml it la thought start. Dispatches to the Navy Department horrible automobile accidents that over the entire county. very likely that he will accept the indicated that the motor trouble was has ever occurred in this community He is survived by his wife and the place, ami return to Danville to re not serious, and official expected hnppened last Monday afternoon following four children; two sons IJe. Danville Advocate. Commander Head to get away at day. about three o'clock, when two of the Arthur, who is now with the Amerl Don't forget that you can net n break tomorrow to complete the first most prominent Presbyterian minis can Expeditionary Forces in France, good dinner at Mrs. Bogie's Just he transatlantic Journey by air. ters in Central Kentucky, Rev. W. M. and John, both of whom were former Conuuander John II. Towers, trans Kldridge, of Paint Lick and Rev. students of Centre College. The two law the Baptist Church, on Richmond atlantic flight commander, has recom Clyde Shcltman, of McAfee, Mercer daughters are Mrs. Harry Francis, of 'street. Court Day. mended that the NC-I- , which sank at county, were instantly killed lit the Pnint Lick and Miss Klizabeth Eld sea, be strickrn from the navy liit as Dix Itivcr bridge on the new I.ancas-te- r ridge, who at the time of the accident lost at sea" and that the NC-be and Danville pike, their automo- was visiting friends and relatives in Scotts Fork. placed out of commission for rebuild-ini- r bile turning turtle jut beond the North Carolina. when she arrives in New York. iron bridge on the Hoyle county side. Reverend Kldridge was about 5 llro. Don Cnrlo Janes, of Louis The NC-is now being taken apart at The two gentlemen were returning years old anil came to this county vllle, Ky., will lirrach at Scotts Fork, Ponta del (!adn preparatory to being from Danville nnd were alone in r from Woodford, where for n number next Sumlny, May "5th. ami on shipped home. Ford Roadster when the accident or of ears he had charge of the church June 1st. curred. The exact caue leading to es at Troy and Klin's Corner in that Itro. W V, Anderson of Stanford, PRESIDENT the accident will probably never be county. will preArh at same place. known, as no one actually witnessed funeral services were conducted Wants Ban Lifted On the distressing accident. Rev. Kld- at the Paint Lick church yesterday Lick Defeats ridge, owner of the car was driving afternoon by Rev. Sanford Logan, of Wine and Beer. nnd was not considered an expert for .Midway, assisted by Rev. Tcllford of Hiattsville. 4 SALE OPENS HERE JUNE INSTANTLY KILLED IN AUTO WRECK 25th. Held Last Friday Was Decided Success. LAST MONDAY AFTERNOON. Modern Play, "It Pays Many Buyers From Distance. to Advertise" and big The cattle sale ENTIRE COMMUNITY SHOCKED Musical Numbers. held by Bradsh'aw Brothers of this Aberdeen-Angus FOUR GREAT LECTURES Preaching at 3 thirty-seve- n 3 Sun-da- y down-to-th- Paint war-tim- e To Our Friends and Patrons. At four-yea- - 22-4- ,. Farm At HOPE Australian o e t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 22 1919. NOTICE Of the Sale of Franchise. Tele-phone- . if IS- highest and best bidder in front of the Ccurt IIoue door In I.nncastcr, Ky., on Saturday liny 3tst, 1919, nt J o'clock P. L, in accordance with the terms and conditions thereof. Given under try hand as Mayor, this May 15th, 191!). J. M. DUNCAN, .Mayor. Harry Anderson, Clerk. - Makes Such Light,Tasty Biscuits Just let mother will, "HNruits for TlrcaklVtst !" NVrc sure" there's ;i treat that can t be beat in .ilorc hunt, tender biscuits lor ns up 11 toastv brown and all pulled sure witliY'oodnessl For mother is Calumet. of her baking powder Wf like I did while it was so rainy. It has not rained here any for live days and it looks as If spring hail really come. From what the papers say. you hnve had a very mild winter there this year. I haven't seen nny snow travel. this year. One evening it snowed for Sec. 5. The purchaser of s.ii 1 about half nn hour nnd then begun to She never disappoints us because. franchise or privilege, his success v r.iin. or assigns, shall promptly replace nil I have been on u seven day leave paving and macadamizing that mav ami sure hail n fine time too. We POWDER BAKING be disturbed by said purchaser in were in Spain for about -- " miles, the setting said poles, ami shall nt said place we went wn on the border nnd never disappoints her. l.SY ... -- urTfi'jStpurchaser's own expense remove all so wo went on into hpnin. This Results m It's dependable. !eirt nnd debris that may"arise in mak-- 1 makes live different countries I !uo the same the best. i;.g excavations for that purpose. All been in, Scotland, Kug'and, France, Try it. .ork of setting poles shall be done Epcm and Hollni.d. New if I get to Cilumet contain only such incre- of the Jtrcct go to Helgium I think 1 will be satis j under the supervision I dients as have been at'lirovcil olfi- committee, and it shall be the duty fied this trip, nnd take it trim mc.,1 I of s.iid committee ci.illybythe U.S. Food Authorities. to see that the pro- den't think I will eler be in them visions of this ordinance are faith- again, if it is left to me for if I ever You Save When You Buy It. fully complied with. get to the States ngitin I think I will You Save When You Use It. Sec. 0. The city of Lancaster staj il.cre Thete are some fine si nil have the right to 1 loce. main-- 1 I HIGHESTawarLI cou.itnes here and then there arc operate its fire and police some that are not so fine. I lave seen tain and wires uprm poll of suid purchaser some that were T.ful. The place (within corporate limits of said city) where I was on i.iy leave there were ' free of charge, provii'cd said wires son.s r.igh mountain, higher than I shall be so located upon said poles in ever saw before. I.iicshicr was the such n way as not to interfere with place and it was in the I'ierinees the wires of said purchaser. The mountains, hut we sure hail a fine purchaser agrees to furnish, free of time. Jut think of being in a big chnrgc to the-itof Lancaster, three havare certain to go higher. The public long distance Pay Station telephones hotel ami laying in thu lied and has been misinformed. It has been with metnlic circuits, to be placed ing n Mademoiselle bring your meals you and we didn't get up for any told that if purchases were delayed, where directed by anl nty within to thing onli" when we wanted to. fuel prices would come down. Instead said city. That was seven days spent that I there has beiin an increase in the sell Sec. i. If after said exchange is lay in bed nnd had all the sleep I ing price of the higher grade coals. established, said purchaser, his suc- wanted, but these trains they have is cessors or assigns, shall fail to per- here, side-doPullman's, the boys form all terms and conditions of this cull them. They are labeled 10 ham-me- s Best. Costs Money to Use Chair. There Is a "pulille house" in Dumordinance, said City Council may, or S rhenlaux and some times I fries where may he een an old armgiving raid purchaser, ills suc- - wished I wns a horse so there would The Record takes the following chair alleged to have I een Invariably lifter assigns, reasonable notice be only eight of us In them, for we article from the magazine known as used hy the poet P.tirns when IulvIs-Ite- d I ccssor or of such failure, and such failure is we sure crowded in them and nu place "Coal Age" and the same should be the plare. All who sit In this rights and for any heat or light: carefully read by the buying public: chair are required to 'treat" nil who not remedied, revoke all herein granted, and cause ; privileges Yes Millard is on the same thing ns Consumers of coal have a short may bo In the room nt the time. all poles,, vyircs and apparatus erectI am and he is close to Towels. I have Every possible effort must memory. ed under this ordinance to be remov- been there but didn't know at the Pilgrims Hours of Relaxation. be made right now to point out the time that we were close together. Sober, rather than dour, tho riW ed. dangers that will arise, from permit Nothing in this franchise shall be prims knew the rudiments of social I have been in Paris but only stay ting coal siocks to De depleted. or gen construed so as to give the purchaser, ed a few hours, but I have applied for in in cgoal consumption of about 5,- - relaxation. The ii jht ranks tlemen delighted In evenings of col- - its successors or assigns, any exclu- a three days leave to go there ami if I ' The mild winter has caused a sav vnp.ntt.iii rri .nlr.il. I.i llmitni. ..fill.'. right to the privilege granted in feet it I am going up there again. 000,000 tons. The slowing down in j ,.m,j ttlth ,n,i(.r.,te imrtlons of wine, sive Section I. Well you were asking when I woulin tho lessened demands leer or nle, nnd one reason why they industries and Sec. 8. The rates to be charged be home. 1 don't think wo will be on trasportation are responsible for1 did not Indulge this taste of tener was telephone service in residences there for some time yet but I nm hav-- 1 a further decrease in coal consutnp-- the expcnslveneN of candles und the for shall not exceed the sum of $1.3 per im :i fine time lien, ns Innir :is I sine tion of approximately 0,000,000 tons lung hours of work. month and the charges for business on guard duty I nm satisfied only have! per month, lhe production of coal i nouses ami oiuccs snail noi execeu eight hours a il.iy of it but it comes uhw m9MAn i. D.u.rf during January, compared with Octo?cr mnnth an'' a" every day and I know every day what Of practical ucs the diamond Is not th" 5Um oJ ber, tho last month ot the wnr, shov-e- d of said telephone shall I am going to do. You were talking a falling off of about 10,000,000 quite destitute It Is, for Instance, the subscribersservice, on all telephone nbout me being at the Front. I never tons. The FebruDry decrease will be best of all abrasives hut these prac- have free tical uses have almost or quite noth-In- i lines throughout tin County tf Gar- wasTthcru while they were having any still greater. It is evident, therefore, 'with Its popular esteem. rard, and alsp through the Hubble to do fun, hut was there a few days after that the falling off in output is consid- That rests flr.--t on tho poor claims esall ivas over we went up there to do erably greater than the 'decrease in tablished by cost and scarcity, nnd, exchange. Sec. U. Work on nil said telephone some work and there were a few of consumption. If this continues, a se- second, on the surilvnl In human be ings of the ancient nnd savage delight plant shall be commenced in ccod them still there ami from the looks of rious situation will arise. within thirty days from the them they are still there too. A lot Every effort should be made to set In about nnd fastening to the faith of the boys from this outfit were consumers to buy coal n moderation body bits of stone mid metal that are ,uie ot Eale nnJ acceptance bid for same and shall be completed there but ns I wns not I). S. I wns not right now. If this is not done, prices brightly colored or shiny. within six months from said date by one of the lucky ones to get to go and the purchaser or purchasers of said some of them that went ure still there. 'rnnchlsc. I think when I get home this time I Sec. 10. Within ten days after will be In Kentucky to stay for I have thu apprivnl .nd publication of this all of it I want now, ami nm satisfied ordinance, it shall be the duty of said for life. City Council through its Mayor to Well I guess I had better close, for ' advertise in the Central Record, the this time as it is time for me to go on only newsptaper published in the City duty but. will write more in a few .of Lancaster, Kentucky, and having days- -. Hoping to hear from you soon l.l general circulation thcein, for two nnd that you arc well. (liva riy love consecutive weeks, that bids will be to al,l As ever, public outcry far the bc-- j received at Pvt. Squire T. Wlnttakor, riure n.eiiuuiieu iiuoviuav ut jiiiivkv lldqrs Co. ;10'J, Knglneers, Mayor shall according to and said A. P. O. 701, A. K. Forces,-I'ran.e- . advertisements receive such I sch City bids, nnd report samo to said Council at its next regular meeting, Having sold our Mill and entire output and will and saitl City Council shall award ruch franchise or privilege to the give possession between May 10th and 15th, will sell highest nnd best bidder, subject howREPUBLIC CHASSIS privately ever to the approval of said City 11 Ton Said advertisements thai) Council. Excellent Condition reserve the right to reject any and nil I REPUBLIC CHASSIS bids. The bidder to whom such 1 Ton franchise or privilege shall be award IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. Long Wheel Ilase ed shall pay the amount of such bid in cash, or by duly certified check, to Write for Our List of n good condition the treasurer of said City of LancasUsed Truck Specials ter, Ky., within ten days after said franchise is awarded. One Teem of Good Mules, Wagon Harness. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and publication. Pursuant to the foregoing" ordinREPUBLIC ' MOTOR .TRUCKS ance the undersigned Mayor of the 101O CUUrltW; lnc(nntl(,C City of Lancaster will offer said fran"" ' I' chise for tale at Public outcry to the The City Council of the city of I.r.ncnstcr, Rarrurd County, State of Kentucky, dc ordain ns follows: Sec. 1. That there is hereby nnd established a franchise or privilege to erect, operate nnd maintain n telephone exchange embracing central office nprarntus, telephone poles, fixtures, cables nnd wires nlcng, through, over nnd under the streets, sidewalks and allcs of the said city tf Lancaster, Kentucky. Sec. 'J. The said franchise or priv ilege for the period of ten years from and after the time the same shall take effect. Sec. X The purchaser uf said franchise or privilege may assign or transfer the same. Sec. 4. Said poles, futures? cables and wires shall be erected nnd maintained in n substantial nnd work'nnnlike manner; said ,ioln shall lo. neatly Minted Mid shall Im: so as not to Interfere With the legitimate entrance to uny iidjmeiit private property nor to obstruct the s and free use of said streets, ullejs for the purposes uf public pJtJ'J:r'4ia'! n nr?? I KHAKI COLUMN f 3 j The letter below" is from Squire T. Whlttnker, to his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W. II. Whittnkcr, of the county, and will be read with Interest by his numerous Garrard county friends, among whom he is very popular. "Dear Father and Mother nnd family. I will this lonesome evening write you n (nw lines to let you know I am well nnd hope this will find you the same. We arc having somefine weather here now and I don't mind it , Fisk Tires Going Onto More Cars Every Day tl:c lurjjcr ikmurtdi CONDITION'S these iluys ore Icudieii? motorists purse- everywhere to look more closely into the nctual value of automobile tires. We see it every day. Sec it in the ktcadily increasing demand for YW,i 'lire:.. CALUMET dttvw Flik Tirc give certain very definite features that more and more motorists liuvu conic to look for greater uninterrupted tire mileage, longer life, conditions. greater safety under rill tlri-i- r. mm ii r S Ap itLwff J AS your tire cspciisc cut down lo where it rcally bclo!i2. Next time Buy Flsk. As an ciillitlitenejil motorist you want HASELDEN BROTHERS S FISKnon-shdTIREMARKSIUJKY Mrs. Hello Perkins has been visit-ir- g her son, Mr. Kd Perkins. Mrs. James Turner who has liceii rlfected with boils is much improved. Miss Mary K. Walker of I.mcustrr spent the week end with Miss Olive Hughes. Mr. K. T. Sutton entertained several friends last week with his new Crapnphnne, Mrs. J. I. Ilamilton of Iincnirter, and Mrs. Lucy Hear of llearville lnd , were the guests of Mrs Fanny Pollard nie T.. were in D.innlle several days ago on liusoness. Mrs. Nicy Herring and daughter, Mrs. Mnck Moore of Lexington, Mrs. Hill Flojd of .Mt. Salem were 'at the bedide of thefr sister, Mrs! Fanny Pollard who, is in a critical condition. Mr. IE)le Isom was awakened from sleep n few evenings ago by n choking He wns greatly excited sensation. when he saw the floor oMiis dwelling almost in a light hl.ue. A part of the carpet had burned up nnd fallen thru the lloor. Miss Anii'c lllnnks providentially escaped seii.us injury, when she lost control of the steering wheel and ran her ear over an embankment while-ou- t riding one evening last week. The car was considerably damaged. Miss Annie was unhurt but received a bail scare. BUY COAL Future Outlook For The Coal Situation The not last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pollard and Mr. Hob Chesnut of near Lexington were the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Mark llogie Sunday, .Mr. and Mrs. Mason Pollard, Mrs. Ella T. Cecil ami daughter. Miss An THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus 30,000. , J. K. STOIt.MKS. Vice-Pres- t. A. It. DENNY, President. O. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. It. HAP.ltIS, Individual r. IIUOH MOIILEY, General Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. (J. 11. Swinebrond, Alex IE. Denny, J. H. Posey, K. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Dircctur. For Sale PRIVATELY. One Ton and Half Service Truck One Ford Biinahn.it ir Have Your' Tires Retreats! Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e half sole-a- nd can cess of retreading-n- ot rebuild a tire at less than half price. i 3300 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any , i S Harry P. Kelly ii.jhiiuj.i.ini';is1 The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Lancaster Mills & Elevator Go. Walnut Street. 21 Danville, Kentucky. 1L Ax -- ' re ... -- :.r us The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 22 1919. BUCKEYE Mr. W. 11. Gulley sold to Mr, Per- niclia Bogle n marc for $100. Mr. Ilroncon Locker bought from Mr. flcorge Hall n cow for $110. Mr, mul Mrs. Lewis Noel of visited Mr. and Mrs. Tliompi REGULATION OF TRAFFIC IN EGGS l)al recently. Mr. and Mrs. Llsh Forbes spent Sunday with her sister Mr. anil Mrs. S. N. Morfonl. llev. D. K. .Sebastian will Till his regular appointment here Sunday i.ioming at 1 1 o'clock. .Mr, anil Mrs. Dewey Price anil son truest of his father, wttv week-enMr, and Mrs. Hob Price, State Board of Health Provisions For Handling-of Hen Fruit Effective Now. mi TABLETS - fJ? Aid In Is n good practice for people to make n practice of doing something jug! n 2 iiniii n R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Feund His Stories In Dreams. Human dreams nro Instinct with Imagination, ns Is shown by the cat-o- f the romancer It. L. Mevennn, who asserted that he had so itrnlneil his dreaming mind by that It furnished him with the conception of some of his best stories. Anybody who ran dn that may make a mine of his It THE BYRNE Eyes Examined. OPTICAL SERVICE Glasses Fitted. f 13 Years in Central Kentucky, will be at "the I Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, Ky. May 26th, to 31st. Danville's ExcluslveJOptometrist 11T KM PLOY NO ARKNTSL lly lrtue of authority vested in It by law, nnd on account of the importance of fresh, sound eggs as a fcod product, the State Hoard of Health, at n meeting held In Louisville, March 0, 1910, adopted rnd orpromulgated the following dered Mr. ami Mrs. N. K. liogie of l.an- - nils regulating the traffic 'nnd taster anil Mrs. Lizzie Ilogie of Bcrca handling of eggs to he used for humucre guests Sunday of Mr. anil Mrs. an food in the Commonwealth. Jesse Hill. Hule 01. Between May Kith und Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Sanders, Mrs. January liith of ench year, all eggs Nora Teater, Misses SalIie"I.ou Teater in the market, or Intended for mar nnd Ltliel Pay were in Lexington last ket, shall be handled only on u can dling basis, nnd no payment either in Wednesday. cash or mctchnndlsc shall be made for Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz anil those unlit for food. A statement ueek-enwith her parents, Mr. and shall be made in duplirntc by the buy children of Harrodsburg spent the eggs, showing d every day for their development, that they don't mint In do, nnd then In deny lhcmelvc every ilnj something they want. This should not be for n day, n week or n year, but a life work. In no other way can a man become master of himself. Dr. J. II. Telden. dreamt When You Decide to Buy 3F-URNITRE OF THE DEDICATION OF THE EXERCISES . Buckeye Consolidated High School TO BE HELD AT BUCKEYE, KY., Saturday Song. Devotional. Welcome Address Wd) 24th, 1919 Omrus AdilrossJ. Recitation Music. F. Sebastian. v. Lancaster Utah School Girls. Virgil Chapman, State Supervisor of Rural Schools. Master James Ilurnett Gilbert. Address i.I'rof. Chas. D. t.cwis, Heron College. NOON. Lancaster High School Girls. Chorus Htiena Vista Consolidated School Pupils' Number. T. J. Contes, Pres Eastern State Normal School. Address Elizabeth Johnson Walker, Lnn Graded School. Recitation Paint Lick High School. jjU!,ic er of each purchase of the number of good, damaged mil Hogie and bad eggs In cacti lot, one copy of Mr. and Mrs. Uttis Itay Utile daughter, of Jessamine county which shall be given to the person spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. from whm the purchase is made end Linzle Itay nnd family. the other to be kept on file one year, Mrs. Hiram Itay, Mrs. Nora Teater, nnd subject to Inspection at all times .Misses Sallie Lou Teater, Kthcl Itay, by any health or fool inspector. During the warm season I'ule llarbura Gulley and little Gretchen Hope, Sanders spent Monday with Mrs all eggs (hall be kept in a cool pl.ict, all lots of greater than 30 dozen shall Forest Curtis and daughters. be packed in strong, standard egg Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crutchfield, cases and fdlers, well protected from and little son, William, Mr. and Mrs. breakage, all' cracked ones being field and llarhara Gulley spent packed in separate cases from thoo Peel, Misses Allene Crutch- - with round shells, from May 15th day with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hay ind to January IT, of each cr, ch ense fondly. og 'ggs shall contain upon the top The Sunday School District con- I'ljir a properly dated and signed vention met at Liberty llaptist church canil!i'i5r certificate !. No p"ifon, firm or cor Iiulc Sunday with good attendance. An interesting program was rendered. poration shall sell. Cfer or cxroe for The next meeting will be held nt sjle, cr have in pojfettion for tnc puipcse of sale, a:.; egts unlit for Gunns Chapel. broken Missionarv Society met human food, unless they are The In the shell nnd then denatured in ast Thursday afternoon with good such a way that they cannot be used attendance with two members added. foi food. An egg shall be deemed Mrs. N. K. Ilogie. Mrs. Jesse Hill, unfit for food if it be addled or moldy, Mrs. Kmnin button and Miss IkTii.u have black or white rot or n blood Ilroaddus all read interesting papers. ring, has a bloody, white or adherent Miss Mayine Sebastian gave an interIn part of esting talk on Missionary word. yelk, or if it consists even . filthy, deebmposjd cr putrid subby Mrs. S. N. Morfonl? Mrs. Prayer Any person violating any o( stance. Sallie Pendleton nnd Miss Mayme meeting will he these rules or provisions will be tuhSebastian. The next pains ami penalties pro Dave Long as the ject to the June 12, with Mm. vided by the statute. . leader I hereby certify that the nbove is u correct copy of the rules on the Cruso. Overlooked a Bet. subject indicated, adopted by the That Itulilnuiii Crum In spite of State Hoard of Health at a meeting il his uell known resourcefulness, iiptstrtuiilty is held at the Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, a line buslne shown by tin' fart that the Manil of on March C, 1010. Witness my hand hlK adventures Mava-Tlerr- a off the and the seal of the Hoard, tlio April Juan Fernandez group off the coast of Crd. 1910. Chile, is now the seat of a large J. G. SOUTH, President Industry. Crusoe seemed A. T. McCOH.M4.CK. Secty. to think tin was lining remarkably well to pick up the necessities of life on that Isliiiul and must of them were FOR STUBBORN uulied ashore from a yreck at that hut Its nuulern Inhabitants do a milling business In the export of luxuries. COUGHS AND'COLDS Mrs. L. K. Hrown. DON'T PART 'WITH YOUR MONEY YOU UNTIL HAVE SEEN WHAT INDUCEMENTS THIS STORE OFFERS. COMPARE CAREFULLY AND YOU WILL BE INDIFFERENT TO ECONOMY INDEED, IF WE DO NOT GET YOUR ORDER. Simmons Brass Bed This beautiful Brass Bed is guaranteed to hold its color just like cut, special pricc$29.50. Others at all prices from $35.00 to $63. Let us shov(therrf to you. Dining Table just like cut. No better Value ever existed than this Table, made of solid quartered Oak, 54 inch top. C feet in length. This is an unusual bargain and must be seen to be appreWorth $65.00, ciated. Special Price $42.50. L. B. SAPP FURNITURE COMPANY DANVILLE'S LARGEST EURNITURE and RUG STORE. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Deep 8tuff. London Answers tells the story of a musical student who, one night at Queen's Hall, slithered up to u couple professors In the hope of of hearing some learned conversation. "Ten cents ench." one of the professors was nliservlng. "and not even new-lai- 1" Honey In Africa. Quantities of honey are found In the African forests by the unlives In hollow trees. The honey Is generally at the summit of the tree, and the men knock down the tree and smoke the bees out of their lodging with burning grnss. The honey Is then quickly collected and taken to camp. Dr. King's' New Discovery has a fifty year record behind it WE HAVE .THE BEST CARS ON THE MARKET It built Its reputation on its production of positive results, on Its sureness In relieving the throat irritation of The Buick AND colds, coughs, grippe ami bronchial attacks. "Dr. King' New Discover)-- ? Why. my folks wouldn't use anything else!'' esteem That's the general nation-wid- e n remedy it la which tail held. Its action is prompt, iu taste pleasant, its relief gratifying. Half a century of cold and cough cheeking. Sold by druggists everywhere. That's Maxwell Every Feature p. The Maxwell is 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 course that qualifies it to pass any examination that may be demanded by the pleasure car purchaser. Bowels Out of Kilter? nature la the usual dose, but a mild, effective, corrective, laxative that teases the bowels into actloa aad chases "blues.' Assist her In her daily duties with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Not a purgative calling for relief. Double Appreciation. Dodge A demonstration will convince you and relieve your undecision as to the car Jackson Times: "Now is the time when the country newBpnper men are receiving letters from men they do not know, and possibly never heard of, stating the writer is n candidate for some State office and any aid the editor can bestow will be greatly apYes, no doubt it would. preciated. On the other hand any aid these politicians can .bestow the editor to recompense him for space used In his paper would be appreciated . a five-ye- ar We sell them and will gladly give you a demonstration. Nine Factories delivery. Repairs for these Promptly. operating insures PROMPT here $15,000 Life Insurance. Ilriksi'ale Htitr.lctt carried n Urge life Insurance for the benefit of his Policies in force wife and children. nt the time of his death arc known to amount to $15,000 while there is another policy of $3,000 which was In force n year ago. Hamlett, who was once a prominent educator nnd State threw superintendent of education Us life awnv. dilnklng himself to death. His wife was uln for divorce and a court decree to prevent the of his property. He was only forty years 'old. Good thing somebody kept his lite Insurance alive cars can be gotten to buy. CENTRAL GARAGE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Distributors for GARRARD AND LINCOLN COUNTIES. KINNAIRD BROS., Agents. LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 22 1919. NEW PERFECTION STOVES OIL COOK SAY BOY, Y'Oughta Been There. Liltl. Stories of th Great Esparlencs by Men In Action' Oversea, now Winning At Camp Bronchial Coughs Foley's Honey and far. In it, you quickly (Jet the curative influence of the pine tar anil olker helling Ingredient!, together with I ha mollify lot; and laxative effect nl honey. and Back Health Taylor. breathing, irritated Ibroal and air pssisttn, lor nlbt coughs, lake For quick relief from wearing bronchial coughs thai "hang on' and weaken, for thick wheezy Wc were holding the Paris-Mcroad, and the Germans kept trying to I'll ny the road wns torn advance. all to hell. Mud and holes and bod ies, piled up, stinking when the sun hit them. It lasted twelve days for me, then I got hit. Six days the Ger mans came at us, and six days wo went nt them hand to hnnd. Sure, with the bayonet. Had to use my bayonet or get their. Besides, It in not hard when you see your good friends go rut down all around you. Lionel I). Sampson, of Shelbyville, Sth Marines, 18th Company, wears the Croix de Guerre, the palm menn-In- g seven distinct citations, and the highest regimental ilocornylon, the cord of the Legion of Honor, given the Sth and Cth Marines in Paris on July 4th, 1918. He has been in France eleven months, has been wounded three times and seen action at Verdun, Solssons, Chateau Thierry ami Belteau Wood. Sampson Is an engineer, but enlisted with the marines, altho he is not yet -- 1, In order "to get In the fight right away". The work of the I'ml Division, of which the Cth Marines Is a part, is known thruout the world, and not for nothing has the name of llclleau Wood been changed to "The Wood of the Marines." Sampon was in that Umm the savory delight of good cooking 1 You know that fight twelve days. everything is "done to a turn end deliriously cooked on the "It was n steady show," he said. New Perfection Oil Cook Stove. "The shells were coming over all the The Long Blue Chimney Burner gives just the right heat for I've seen things I never will time. all cooking purposes turns every drop of kerosene oil into tell. At night we dug holes with our clean intense heat and drives it full force, directly against the bayonets or anything we could find, utensil. and slept there, If we could. After twelve days of that, I was gassed. Put flame stays v. here set no smoke .Lights and heats instantly on my mask, but there was a bullet makes cooking a or odor. It keeps the kitchen comfortable hole thru it, so I got the stun. At the delight that's why there are already 3,000,000 users. same time I was shot in the thigh. The men were going forward nil the Ask to $tt a dtmomt ration of time. They couldn't stop. Wc wire lite Lone Bin uumnty Burner going thru n wheat field, and I cnuld particularly the high tearing flame. hear the bu.lets nitting the wheat I fell down In that field and lay thrre seventy-tw- o Lours. It's hard finding wheat. Tart of the people in go-etime I had convulsions, and'the rest unconsciou. Wlen I woke up I was in a hospital at Bordeaux." Samp.ion wnt in the hosoltnl :i month, rnd in." wvck after he was out h was back on the line again. "I joined my company, that was In reserve, a few miles from Suissons On July 10 we pot into French truck Chester, the little son of Mr. and Richmond and Miss Mary Lee Lane, ami went to SoissctiS. Wc got out at CARTERSV1LLE. Mars. Stanley Isaacs is very sick with who has been our telephone operator about 7 o'clock at night and started pneumonia. for some time were married in Lan- to march up to the line I'll never Sirs. Susie Halcomb is ill. Mr. Ebb Cooky sold his duelling caster Saturday. Miss Edna Rich of forget that. It was pouring rain, Mrs. F. M. Carter is visiting in and store to Mr. J. E. Smith for Livingston will now have charge of nil culd, anf t"e road was nothing Berea this week, hut holes and mud. At 40 3 se went 1,500. Possession to be given in the exchange. Mr. John Weddle of near Richmond over. They were ready fur us with visited his mother, Mrs. Julia Weddle sixty days. machine guns, all right, but we went Messrs J. D. Carter and J. E. Sunday. WHEN NEURALGIA ahead. The M.it'nea always went Mr. John Harold of Farmersville, Smith have taken a number of leases forward in n straight line." Ohio is visiting relatives near Car- which cover several acres of land in They are expectthis neighborhood. ATTACKS NERVES I SamDson has lirouirht home with te rsville. him manv relics. Including German ing to turn the leases over to Jas. I, Mr. E. E. Estridge sold his farm, bayonets, masks, bullets and a ring Hamilton and others for development. near Cartersville to Mr. R. C. Boian which he took oft the finger of dead There is much evidence of oil in this Sloan's Liniment Bcattera man. But he Is prouder of a sheet of for $1C,000. locality and wo hope Mr. Hamilton enlisted in will Mr. John Bcntley has the congestion and thin paper, typewritten, which he car- strike a "gusher." the Navy and is stationed at Great ries in his Inside pocket, than of rny-- I relieve pain Lakes Illinois. thing he has brought from the other PAINT LICK side. This is a copy of an army order Miss Leerie Parsons has returned A little, applied without ruhtint, will Mrs. Fred Hall is with her mother achievements of the -- d ing several weeks with her parents, ptmtratt immediately and rest and describing the given Division and to every man in to her home in Nebraska after spend- - at Eminence who is very ill. soothe the nerves. the division. The concluding paraMiss Geneva Murphy is visiting her Sloan's Liniment Is very effective la allaying external pains, strains, bruises, graph follows1 grand-mothe- r Mrs. Anne Moberley. aches, still joints, sore muscles, lumba"This division of fighting men is Mr. anil Mrs. Thos. Logsden and go, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinc.es urturpassed in vnlor, in skill, In endaughter were visitors in Berea SunKeep a big bottle always on hand durance, In determination to conquer day. lor family use. Druggists everywhere. and in service to the cause of the Miss llora 11. Hurte spent the past Louisville Herald. week with Miss I.ouanna McKechnie Marcellus. at Mrs. J. A. Ccx, olAI-derso- n, Mr. W. F. Fish who has a position V. Va., writes: with in New York spent the week-en- d Recent articles on the war tax Just "Aty daughter . . .fullthe home folks. levied on soft drinks, confections, etc, ered terribly. S!:e could have given rise to some misunderLittle Misses Margaret Conn and not turn in bed the COY standing, and the Wm. Wrigley, Jr., Mrs. Minnie Coldiron are visiting doctors nave her up, and Company issued a statement to the Widcs in Richmond. we brought her home to Mrs, 0. J. Hardin and daughter, Rev. C. S. Ellis attended the South- Irene spent Sunday with Mrs. Green elfect that the 3 per cent tax on die. She ted suffered so chewing gum does NOT affect the ll much at . . . time. Havern Baptist Convention held at AtlanHarrison. Mr. dealer or the consumer. ing heard of Cartful, we ta, Ga., during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James Snmlors and Wrigley explains that the manufacgot It lor her." Mr. I. B. Shepherd bought of Pat- baby spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary turers ttnnil this tax, nnd there should rick and Conn n handsome five pass- Ann Sanders. be NO CHANGE In the prico charged enger Oakland the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Chandler is you for your package of Wriglcy's Mrs. Ancil Parks and daughter of visiting her parents, Mr. end Mrs.' Spearmint, Doublemlnt or Juicy Richmond were the week end guests Bill Whittaker. Fruit. In other words, the jitney of Mr. and Mrs. William Hurte. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Raney and still jits. Thanks. Mr. Wrigley. Mt. Tabor Sunday School went Miss Elvaree Carter spent Saturday "Over the Top" last Sunday in at- afternoon with Mr. Lottie Raney, The Woman's Tonic tendance, there being 139 present. Mi. and Mrs. Bill Mathews and A fatal disease, which came origiMr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods and Mr. daughter, Arlelgh and Mi. and Mrs. "In a tew days, sue beJ. F. Foley left Monday for Flint Luke Naylor and children spnt Sun- nally from Europe1, is killing the gan to Improve," Mrs. Michigan, to drive some Chevrolet day with Mr. James Matthews and chestnut trees In the forests in tho Cox continue:, ''sad l:J Eastern States. It Is spreading westno trouble at . . . Cardul cars back. family cured her, and we sins ward from Pennsylvania Into West Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Boian are movlis praises everywhere." Mr. Elmer East who has been sta- Virginia and Ohio. As the laws of ing this week near Preachersville. We tioned at Camp Taylor has received We receive many thoumake no provision for a sands ot similar letters regret to glvu up these good people his honorable discharge and has re- Kentucky against the importation quarantine every year, telling ol the from our midst. good Cardul has done tor turned home, his many friends are of diseased plants, it will be necessary women who sutler from Miss Willie Williams entertained glad to see him back. for the people of the state to stop complaints so common to n number of young people at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Len Cobb and daugh- buying or planting chestnut trees. their sex. It should do Sunday In honor of her guests, Misses ter, Mettle Beulan and Mr. Elmer The specialists at the Experiment Mary Swim and Inez Ray of E. K. S. East and Mr. an 1 Mrs. Everette Dun. Station state that the danger is es. N. and Miss Lucy Williams of Rich- spent Sunday with Mi. and Mrs. Iks pecially great as all chestnut trees, mond. can I r.d family and Mr. Janiet Lltrcll both native and foreign, are liable to Mr. Marshall Rayburn of near Duncan. the disease. Foley's Honey 5 Tar whooping good Il dofi not contain morphine, chloroform or anjr other InjuHout dw. J Htt aarft a mhlituU, Ur rftntrsrtnl trvf r coM which ftaallf de loped Into bronchial Irowhl. !iri rowhd ! fnot com lay )). The rmdia we tried Jiv oalr relief. I harpittf to Hcfc p trmpofary of Volcy't family Almanacs and a rtau.lt, pirthaait bottl ol Knlry'a Honey and Tar fh had aot nord half l ha bottl wkta her rmtth tfa to slack top, and ah rnuld real ao much twftr at tttfhl. hh rmttlnisad Mini It umUl she bad 7 botllra, which effrcfad a permanent rare. YMr If txxt'ully, V. S. lailcy, Uncutci, Ky. lor croup, ii also cough, tickling throat nnd hoarse nrit. FOW XAf.1t nv SOLO EVERYWHERE. Protect Your Hogs. Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. All are.tfood and we sell them. A Kitchen Triumph! 1 McROBERTS Th Profitable Nickel. I.Ike tin" humt.le cent, the Inrrrnsrd coinage of whlth win recently mentioned In thl milium, tin- - nickel Is In Creater lrm.mil tlmn eer. Tliat Is fortunate, fur the fan' nlue of thoe "Intra coln'' Is so much Krcnter than tin- aluo of the metal, they contain Hint Ihe profit In mtinufurturlui; them, c tust-thewith a slight profit In tin- - minor llcr coins, more Ihiiti inert tlii' entire runnlnc of the mint. Youth's DRUG STORE. Teach Children to Love Books. iiimI HASELDEN BROS. lHik; In that If they ran nut huy, they ferUltil) enn lierrniv from the l.tilillc llhriirle- -. Here U one truth, a scry ulinple truth, Unit nil I'lirrnls aro miller (il.llt-iitli.to tenrh their children Unit If they ran learn to lorr iHmki tliey run ulnnys forget the ii of iiieii.nnil iIiIiieo; they can lay nlie rnrr nml still their they ran put their worries and HuilnlinriitN in ei. Eo.i.1 Harpy nre the ihiMrvn of thl nj no In that they lime so many Deere and Oliver Riding Cultivators $50.00, Deere and Wood Mowers'$65 and $68.00, Binders, $215.00. Double shovels and five tooth Cultivators $5., Twin inch repairs, Brown and Brown Manley points. Walking Cultivators $12.50. American National Fence, Cultipackers, Cheap. Screen Pettus Scales, and Buck-Boardoors $1.50 to $2.25. Goods Exchanged for Liberty Bonds. d, j J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. When Traveling. In preparing n lumh for a Journey, hake the hrenil In empty hnklng jkiw iler cam. After nlh lng nml sprenillnir, replace It In the inns, put on the cot-- r, niul the I. rem I will he a fresh at the enil of the trip, though It may he M'veml iln). ns It wua when first packctl. Why Butterbean Is Meal. A menl for n whole family from one ."MI'le now In California. l.enn la The heiin N called the (liilnen hutter-lii'iinml oil" (ifTereil III the market wua nlmot three feet long nml nine Inchcx In circumference. It Ii snhl to he excellent e.itlug. simi- ln lar tn the eggplant. Suffer? The Jitney Still Jits. Vi JUO I KtUtlVtU A . LAK Ut ... TOBACCO STICKS ri CARDUI Kills Chestnut Trees. fit Sll. per Thousand Tobacco sticks are awfully scarce this year, and those who wait, are Bolng 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 wo will probably be unable to secure another) one like it. A. H. BASTIN & CO. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 22 1919. Dry Cleaning 617 FOURTH AVE. and-Dyein- g CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Send Via Parcel Post SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS LOUISVILLE, KY. Known all over America CATTLE ts TO SCAB IS CONTAGIOUS of Skin Which Affects All An linals Can De Eradicated by Dipping and Spraying. 13 II A Kleptomaniac By ai aa MI T. D. ALOERSON al aaa aaaal aaaaaW G.rjruM. I vv lets. tr Wnim .N,ni.t taws.) breeder. graceful girl of about twenty. Her winning smile ami kindly ooa nt riure ntlracted the good will of the various fl'tepureil hy th t'nllf-,- Mates Il.psrt sales cleiks with whom she mine In rn nt of Agriculture.) contact. I'or days before I detected Small lni-ctlkpntiisitcs, commonly her In her systematic pilferlngs I had Wt buy and sell all Issues In large or small denoml. known as miles, are responsible for casually, and then Interestedly, nilnations. Telephone your orders at our expense, cattle srnli, n contagious skin disease served her, and I could not get her n fleeting cattle of nil ages nnd cnndl out of my mind nml was duly shocked lions. There lire several forms of tlo und sorry when I saw her one after disease, known by stirh mimes a noon slip n dozen lace collars off the " INVESTMENT SECURITIES "sciib," "mange" nliil "lleli." Though counter Into n muff she rurrled. the disease Itself may not cause ileatli S. LOUISVILLE, KY. St. At Peculations nt the Modern Men hail dlro-iiy- , II Is ri"iMIMi fur serious heroine so flagrant that Its manager losses hy causing it shrinkage III (be came to the detective agency where I weight of iinttmils, failure of voung was employed ami stuted his ruse. He y stork to thrhi- - nnd gain weight had In his hand an army of figures nml by Increasing the ilenth rule showing u long list of goods mlsslru of KMirly nourished miltnals of pisir vl from Inventory und certainly never tHllty, especially range eiiltle cxisei sold. In liH'trment wenlher, Cattle scab rim "It is only occasionally that our Ih. eradicated hy dipping or "prilling This registered I'erclicron stallion will make, the senoti lit my place dipping being the most reliable liietle house man cntthes a shoplifter," sal tin' malinger. "Thine detected are near llucklcy nt oil. ami nlrotln nml generally "ir persons, novices In the crude 'trntcutn illps run nil be tlei! line, $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. nml rarely repent the act of with success. Sampson is n black horse with splendid bone nnil style und one of the "telling Their sys'em Is clumsy, the Ill the western part of the I'nlteil gomN taken are of little value and di best types of the Fcrcherun hrteil. Stales, where cattle graze tortlon and detention give them It is ly Anchorite XHlnS, by Col. Ilrcrkinridgc 1107 1. Iy Tcleninnuo on the open range, the losses raitseil good se.ire mid they rarely trouble is 02Sfi, by Valiant JO I. by Prosper !3, b Decide MH2. by Vieux I'lcrrc,' MM, by mmniiiii scab have been n serious 'igalii, It Is the bigger thefts that give by Coco 711!, by Mignon 7 IB, by Jean l.n lllnnc 13'J. drawback to the lis stork Industry. rings. DAM: (i)psy (iirl tr.70I, by Ferdinand I'JTM. by Mailriir.il OOIiO, by It bus heen greatly reduced nml t:s entiei'in. When three or four. or bracelets, are lifted In ouri Jewelry Saint Ccrmnln fi2fi2, by Avnta li'fitl, by Nogcnt 7."1S, by Viilorq 483, by brought under control, but has not department, reaching high vnlues, from the when live fur mats are found iulliij Coco II 71 1, by Vieiu t'hailin 713, by Coco 7r by Mignon 715, by Jen jx hi en entirely ernillrntiit herds trf the Western states, and It Is In h ui-clltanc 730. nml not the slightest clew to measures be lh thief Is discovered. It Is then that by ricntlor r.300, by tuifiortnnt that control ,2ml. DAM; tliillim.--i 202H0, by llulan irnrtlred continually to completely we wake up and take serious notice. I'irailor belonging to the French (lovcrn'mcnt, by I'nvori belonging to M. eradicate the disease and prevent It These IiIl'Imt ups In thievery are the Dupont. from ngnlii becoming prevalent. pest, we aim to eradicate. It Is n .Ird. DAM: (iallontine 787h, by lluptiste 30fil. by Madeira l.'.Jfi. 11m' mite which causes commuii rit ly Vidocq 1H3, by Coco II 711, by Vieu Chnslinii 713, by Coco 712, by tie vnb may attack uny part of the filiation with us If they do not hand. to ii skillfully trained, organlrcd Mignon 715, by Jean I a Blanc 730. body covered thkkly with hair, but mid to break them up Is our great pur- 4th. DAM: I'etotte 11817 by Cheri, belonging to M. Jnmois. the llrst lesions usually orrur on the Mise In view, A lien will be retained on nil colts for service. Will take every care L withers, on top of the neck Jut In 1 don't know how It was, hut nl A . I -II t .1 front of the withers, or around the though I was hardened iigalnst the m pre cm nrciucms Iout noi rcponinic soouiu I any occur. root of the tall. 1'rom theo ioliits It professional criminal and consistently sireads oer the hack ami shies, und severe with suih, there was born In lily heart a sympathy nnd mi Interest KENTUCKY. IIACKLCY. In this fair kleptom.nilnc that led me through strange mental perturbations. It got mi that I began to look for her dally, not ns n person 1 was itnplojeil to run down, but as might a lover for the object of his devotion. She came to the store regularly Ilrown Stallion with three white feet lfi 1 hands high, will weigh 1100 three times u week and always nt the pounds, Ims long line neck, fine bend set on liicli nice thin withers, Rood short same time, remained nearly two hours was on a horse, good bone und good feet.) back with lis good u tail as and tnude n regular business of her pivulatlons. was nothing There Itrnmslk il. rntiers livDinsik Mcl"HislVftl Ittt f flies steulthy In lier methisls. Her pretty I I tilrfpl tjaejr Mark 2Hs. fare nml bright, pleasing whjs ill. Hlsrk i Mil lies MlHlfOtf armed nil suspicion on the part of the 1 (Isliir clerks. On one occasion I noticed her fit HrrsoCf V. lainsrk . i t Ilau tl. transfer from n box half a dozen piils o of gloves to her capacious muff right I sum.ter Iirnmsik (A Iu o I before the e.ves of the clerk, whilst she was (hatting pleasantly with the thsir Mambflfw lflrarit I Msmtirluo Le 7iranl sw BI Ilau omanager, and then, as she turned f PffHttark tXlrsSAli Jf, Il'l ui avBt lis away safe with her spoils, there came 1 snmrlrr Penmaik 6& I riecirlc Pan little lliukmsn to her face a smile of such supreme 00 suit satisfaction that It uppearcd us though f lllack lllaninti.l, Jf. I lllark IMainonit tian the zest of theft was to her the keeni (jilrsti est enjoyment. It had become my duty liing before the end of a mouth to report and KINC; 7I().N'll()K has as much style speed ii nil nction us any saddle horse this (lever nnd apparently proIt can he seen that this horse belonirs to the Kreatest family of the livinc. fessional shoplifter. I hud Jotted down ruddle horse being n real Denmark. details of over twenty siieeitle peculaBeing Study his pedigree and be convinced. You ran make no mistake by Cattle to Rid Put Through a Dipping tions, running from a holt of priceless Vat Them of Small Parabrccdini; to this horse, lie will tret you saddle horses of the highest type. " luce to a package of needles. My tnliid sites. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. Every man had become so tilled with the girl mid It may Involve prur- - her doings that there was n sort of his mares and breed them to the best. should breed unless cheeked Ltlrally the. entire body. The mites at will make the present season at my barn at fascination about It all. I shadowed KINC MONItOK tack the skill to obtain food, ami In her to her home one evening. She had so dolnir probably Introdure n poisonH room In a respectable apartment A slight Inflammation ous serrrtloti. house, but when 1 guurdeilly explored I, followed hy Intense Itching. Is cull ii her status there all that I learned was In the advanced stages of the disease that she was Miss Alice that large scabs are formed which fri" she had no friends or associates, paid ipicutly are stained with blond. The her way reliably and spent most of her Ily HEX PKAVINK, First Dam A DIIEN.NON MAKE. disease should never be nllowed to time nt home reudlug and writing. . rearh this stage, however. In the early $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. One day I had followed her from floor to floor of the big store and she This horse has sired some of the best walkint; Horses in the State, lie stages It vlelds readily to proper treatment, mid heavy losses ran be nvolded was talking with a clerk at one of the will cot you n W'nlkine; Horse rij:ht. He Is a rent noddini; walker himself, only If the disease Is taken In hund counters und bail Incidentally secreted with stylt ot both ends, ' early. several articles In some secret (ockrt While cattle srab ran be cured hy In her skirt, when uu alarm of tire .$10. sprajing If the work Is done proper- rung through the place. Almost Immely, this method Is recommended only diately dense clouds ot smoke tilled $8. when the number of rattle to be treatthe room where we were. Thcro win All of the above stock will make the season at my farm on the (iillispie ed Is nut large enough to Justify the 'a rush for the stairway. She was owner In providing a (lipping vat. Pip- caught In the whirling mass of frightpike three miles from Taint I.lck nml two miles from Hnckley. ping, however, which consists of Imened human beings, borne off her balmersing nuluiiils In a medicated liquid ance und stunned by the full, I saved N. that will kilt' the parasites, Is the only her from trneiplUig feet, carried her method recognized hy the bureau of beyond the peril of suilocatlon und reiinluuil Industry In the ntllrlnl treat-hieceived her grateful thanks when she of sruhhy rattle. All animals In had recovered. I cultivated the acthe herd should he treated, regardless quaintance thus made and within a of the number showing lesions of scab. week whs a guest uf her home. One dipping generally Is stitllclent fur I was shown to her apartment cattle which have not heen exposed to when I culled u little later on. She Infection but upon which the disease left her rooms on uu errand to u t become apparent. has not Infectneighbor nnd I tut alone awaiting her ed cuttlo require two or more dippings, return, ily attention was directed to according to the variety ot the disease an open desk. 1 noticed u written 1,550 in present. sheet. There was a list of every theft to' In which she hud been Involved at the HIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU Modern Idea, with audacious details us to the articles and their value. LIVE STOCK NOTES u strange ImWhen she apiH-aret- l 1919 pulse seized me. I could tio lunger one-ha- lf on niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiitin eudure the strain I wus under. Love It pays to euro well for any animal battled with duty, I told her who I wus und my entire Interest In her. . wo keep, She flushed when 1 Indicated a hope Succulent feed Is Important auy less lore. She smiled whimsically us she uttered the words: season of the year. 'Detected ut lust I Why, you huve From un economical point of view, spoiled a pretty story, Mr.. Arlington I It U best not to rrowd.the horses when In two more days I would huvd finished my story la a dally newspaper. first beginning the spring work, e One Mouth as a Kleptoiuaniuc' When the sow la about to farrow I understood und vvua overjoyed alio should be coatlned In a rather more ao wbeu our budJlug friendship expanded lute tbe reaUua of ferreot small area, with a clean, dry bed la pot away from draft mutual lov. us hourtlly sorry when I made the discovery of a rejrnlar and persist' nt shoplifter In the Modern Idea de partment store. There could be mi doubt ns to the IdetitHy nml guilt of the one. She was a pretty, uertf'd LIBERTY BONDS Safest Investment On Earth 210 Fifth James C. Willson & Co. SAMPSON H ERMETICALLV sealed in its packages wax-wrapp- ed air-tiff- in 540S4 impurity proo- f- WRIGLEY5 is hygienic and whole- The foody that's food for young some1. and old. 7.", The Flavor Lasts Look ssZ for tat P.E. FOLEY KING MONROE, 4099 icr lu o I: Apt Description. Wise to Conceal Injuries. Irf-Jimmy's father Is a tailor, so he has stings oit, will joit go to the hlv-- und destroy It? Would not his own Ideas nlsiut outline and deA man come nlong the other n thousand come upon jnu? If yon sign. receive n trilling' Injury,, do not go day when Jimmy was out on the front about proclaiming It, or be unxious porch nnd Inquired where n certain to avenge It. Lot It drop. If is wisman lived. "Just In the next block," dom to suy little respecting the inju- snld Jimmy, "In that real tailored-lookltr- g may have received. Anon. ries jou stucco house." If n s aiBBaVaaRl ! CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 s Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON B. F. Hudson, 5 "ROLL OF, HONOR.' J. J. Walker, V, Pres. $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Will Also Stand My Walking Stallion, .'resident, V. F. Champ, Cashier, W. 0. Uigney, Asst. Cnchier. Mrs. X. C. Hamilton, Clerk. REX Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? Will also stand two good Jacks at colt and for horse colt. for mare Mountain Summer School V s With Chautauqau Feature BEREA' COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY. W. ROGERS. A good Registered Percheon Stallion, weight Jessamine pounds, has been standing county for four years and proven be a great Milton ' June 6 to July II and July II to 0 August 15 Pleasure and profit for aspirin"; teachers, business men, Christian workers. f aimers, discharged soldiers, "Somethiii"; jrood for every comer!" house-keepers, He will make the season of at my place the Camp Nelson one and mile from Lexington and Danville pike at $15.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT.' ( ( Daily discussions of things important for" theniountains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. Keren Faculty includes many of the grentest'educators and speakers of the south, and summer brings in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. Keren is religious, of Christ". Tobacco prohibited. "works with all followers Best location, climate nnd equipment. H. C. KINC start The prices are made right for young folks just getting a "cheaper than staying at home." Address The Secretary1, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. (Adv.) Fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 22, 1919 think thnt they won the war, efforts to pronounce our lan is well to make the graduation "making a monkey of himself"' They know for n fact that they guage sound like a harclipped day one that will leave n tie arc the boys who think there is. didn't. And this fact appar man gargling machine oil. llghtful impression in the heart going to be a republican presiently worries them as rain wor The mildness of our immi of every student. dent two years from now; ries ducks. gration laws has cursed us with Then let us realize that the to get the post offices, If there is anything in th an inundation of undesirables girls are entitled to their pret- etc., in this district, and who world thnt ranks at zero in im who attribute their own con ty white dresses and flowers will want to be recommended When you choose our immense stock HI portance to the Japanese it tinued failures to political con- and the boys to their new suits, therefor by a republican "refthe question of credit for win ditions in the land of their nnd that every arrangement eree" who will not have al of ning the war. We can have it birth. If conditions at home which enn make the day dis ready made himself and there all, if we want it. They don't Were wrong, why did they not tinctive nnd pleasant should be fore them. "PERSONALLY HARDWARE, "What do we get out of It?' put them right? If their kings encouraged. OBNOXIOUS" to the demo 1 hey is all they ask. don t were tyrannical, why did they The older people of the town cratic congressman nnd KITCHEN WARE, wnnt the glory: they want the not depose them, or limit their should show their interest by friends in the Sen gravy at least, they did until nuthority? attendance at the exercises if ate Shelbyville Record. FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. they got it. The sturdy French and Eng possible. We Americans in Lancaster lish do not come tleeing to this No matter the toll and the Don t forget that these md elsewhere should not blind country to escape from despotic thoughtful nnd happy boys and travail of the day, if, at its Make your bill all in one and save by ourselves to facts. Nations of government at home. They girls are the citizens of the fu- close, wo can settle down in a it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and the world are no more interest had backbone enough to elimi- ture, who will in course of time quiet corner with our favorite counters. ed in the wenl of humanity nate defective features in their take our places in the commun volume, care and fntigue drop than they were five years ago constitutions without wrecking ity. Help to make their grad from us as a discarded garment Let us promise you quick service and They are interested in their economic structures and pre nation day a little triumph for and consolation is always satisfaction and then own prosperity and, perhaps, cipitating universal poverty each of them. found. El aggrandizement. Stricter immigration laws are Give us a chance to keep our Promise.America's altrustic attitude needed to exclude the element King Swope, the republican Retaining Youthfulness. s a noble one. Rut, all the that accomplished nothing re "boy orator", who practices A mini who I lull nil Iron- same, seeing that the world is formative in Europe and creat law in Lexington, and runs for no -nt Mili- thou.nml of lllr nlil In imman l In. "Oh, what it is, let us not junk our es nothing progressive here oirice in Danville, got the LexI nily hla navy and disband our army in ington convention delegates to nny" ro with men wlm anticipation of a Utopian epoch GRADUATION. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." endorse him for Congress in Ji'iiii;, (nil of which none of this generation At the end of Mny and dur the Eighth District. If he runs, ti mccwil, nnd who frrl that E3G I" nn illltlculty that In tim gnat fr will ever live to see. ing the month of June tin and he wants to, he will have mo yuulh-filIn mrjiimint. It i It prolonga my life. Wlirm-M-schools of our land are turning to go against Judge Charles A. AND by the Governor, under the GOOD ROADS inn In iiriwnrip I fifl u out thousands of boys and girls Hardin, on August 2, and that The Central Record ilwi amount of u uumlrr-fil- l PLENTY OF THEM. who have Federal Constitution, for filling completed the will be a democratic tiny $1.50 a Yaar. lituad W.tkly. tnt fnr living." Kern Howard. the vacancy caused by the What America needs is unity courses assigned. Payabla in Adranca. around the polls all over the death of Representative Helm, not an aggregation of dis- Each of these young people Eighth District as well as all J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Mill occur on Saturdny August ordant unities. The former is prepareil in a great measure over Kentucky. Hardin's ma K. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. 12. That is also State Primary means irresistible national for life. They may complete jority over Swope or any other Election day, and it may be ir-- strength; the latter stands for their school at this point, or republican in such nn election, Post OITice In Lan- ranged, Entered at the there seeming to be no perpetuated decrepitude. may go on to college. In eith will naturally be not only an Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s provision of law against it. to If we are to be united we er event, each has received a incrense of, but several times as Matter. STOCK wive the state several thousand must get to know each other. aluable education from books big as the democratic mnjority Member Kentucky Tress Association dollars it would cost to hold i We must get together liter- - and teachers, and one equally in this district was last NovemFARM and separate election, by having lly physically. We must in aluable front the association ber, which would be mighty Registered Aberdeen AnEighth District Publishers League. the same officers (two demo- crease the means of geogra- with other pupils, on the play- - cheering news to democrats in crats and two republicans) phical intercommunication. round and after school hours. state and nation this fall and gus Cattle for sale any time Rate, For Political 'Announcamanta. who conduct the primary to The railroads can't do everyThe boys and girls have next fall as well. A few wise ellhcr sex ony ntfe. Also For Precinct and City Offices. .$3.00 also conduct the special elec- thing a n d they certainly worked hard to complete their acres In the republican ranks Polnml China Hots. Dig type 10.00 For County Offices tion of Congressman, the only don't. The whole country work and attain "to graduation. see the futility For Stat and District Offices.. 15.00 and danger of A. D. BRADSHAW, of well Schools and communities are Swope's plans and are trying .10 necessary extras being a sepa- should be a network For Calls, per line .10 rate book of ballots and a sepaFor Cards, per line ept highways. right in recognizing graduation to head him off. Another WALKER BRADSHAW. For all publications in the Interrate ballot box. This is a deevery man who as an event of importance. Nearly It bunch that are against his Lancaster. Ky. est of individuals or exprestail, however, that will have to raws union wages regularly sion of individual views, per be decided upon by the county ind has an average acquain- line .10 Obituaries, per line .05 sheriffs whom the Governor ance with machinery can af has directed to hold the elec ford to buy and maintain a low tion, and who will doubtless or medium priced automobile. Lancaster. Ky., May 22. 1919 confer with the Attorney Gen There are few farmers who eral, as to whether they should can't. The per capita propor open separate polls and pro tion oi cars to population is For Congressman. vide for separate election olTi growing so fast that problems We arc authorized to announce CIIAS. A. HARDIN, of Mercer coun- cers as well as ballots and box of locomotion are rapidly solv ty, a candidate for Keprefcntntive in ing themselves. Alrendy we Congress in this, the Eighth CongresHowever the election is held find governors of adjoining sional District, rubject to the action the Democratic nominee will to promote states of the Democratic party. for reasons that are apparent road building schemes. be overwhelmingly elected No project is more whole and, if he has republican op- some. No movement shows (Shelbyville Record). Regretting thnt Shelby coun- position, by an increased ma sounder political judgment. ty is not to furnish the new jority that will carry good When our 100,000,000 popu To make room for some improvements that we are com-pelle- d Eighth District Congressman, cheer to the democrats of the lation ceases to be a motley state and the nation as well. to make, we are going to sell our entire stock of wallgroup of disjointed common the Kecoru rejoices that he is wealths, each commonwealth to come from the great good THE ABSTRACT AND papers at a big reduction. This is one of the biggest bargain conserving within itself a babel county of Mercer, where Kensale on Wall Paper ever held in Central Kentucky. THE CONCRETE of tongues, dialects, vernacutucky itself was born, and that A fairly harmless form of lars and patois, then, and not he is to be Mercer's so distinLook at these prices and THINK, HOW DOES YOUR diversion consists of arguing till then, will we present to the guished son. HOME IMPRESS VISITORS. Judge Charles A. Hardin the question "Who won tin whole world a type of self-d- e remaps even we in pendent nationalism which all was, as the Lancaster Record war; 2000 Rolls of 30 inch Oat We have 2000 rolls of Rirge early put it, the "logical candi- Lancaster can hardly claim im will desire to imitate and none Meal, All colors, Regular price Blends and over prints. 30 cents. Sale Price date" from the start. For munity from the epidemic. On will dare assail. 25c. Regular price 75c. and 00c. while the other gentlemen our streets and in our corner Several Hundred Rolls of 60 cti. Sale Price Imitation Grass Cloths. Regu-la- r OUTSIDERS. spoken of for the vacancy were stores we are liable to see ex price, 35 arid 40 cents. 2000 rolls of Tapestries and The perfomanct of the May- the "favorite sons" of their re- hibitions of this popular form Two Tone Oat .Meals, Regular spective counties, Hardin was of relaxation. Day rioters and the gentlemen Chamois Golds, Regular price price 25 cents and 30 cents. When Swedes and Scotch who took part in similar festivand is the "favorite son" of the 75 cents and 90 cents. Sale Price 20 cent.. men get together Poles and ities on other days have inter 13th judicial district made up Sale price . - 60 crnts. 35 cent nnd 10 cent Red of several of the best and big- Italians the question is likely ested certain of the authorities room pnttcrns, S00 rolls of 60 cent and 65 gest counties in Central Ken- to ue iieuatctl with lively ve to the point of looking up the Sale Price 25 cent. cent Tapestries, tucky. He, unless we badly hemence. In northern France antecedents of the participants. 20 cent and 25 cent Red Sale Price - 50 cent. miss our guess, is or soon will at the close of 1918 certain The results of the investiga room Patterns, Sale price 15c. be the "favorite son" of the acrimonies were inflamed a! tions have been kindly made A few patterns of 35 cent 15 cunt bed room patterns, Eighth Congressional district, most to the point of open hos- known by judges in whose Sale Price and 10 cent Tapestries. 10 cents. tility between Americans and courts these patriotic celeand the most popular congressSale Price . 25 cents. 10 cent pnpers sale price 5c. man the district has had since Englishmen Welshmen a n d brant's were tried. before the civil war. The latter Australians Canadians and And one singular fact pre is said after carefully weighing Frenchmen. The partisans dominates. In hardly a single j Be sure and bring the size of your rooms. We have a lot our words, and with realiza- shows a strange similarity in case is ine cuipni nn American. of room lots that we sell at such a low price that they are bettion of the great and good qual one particular. Without ex- citizen. He is nearly always a ter than bargains. ities of his predecessors, all of ception they always claimed foreigner who dodged the! whom, strange to remark have that they alone were the d draft by declaring that he was, THIS IS STRICTLY A CASH SALE. boys. Among the already "passed on". d not naturalized and never Judge Hardin will soon bo of all nationalities the meant to be. We will make a special price on our picture frames durdeclared the democratic nomi- absurdity of this bickering was Yet they make soap-bo- x ora ing this sale. nee, for under the call for the recognized; but there was tions on political reform. They, democratic primary election, plenty of it. all us "fellow Americans" and! Rut no Japanese ever claims ilify our institutions, of which , the sub committee is to meet and cull oir the primary and that his country won the war. they know nothing these Ro- -i name the nominee in case there He never points to his country's hunks, and Jazbos, and Blath-- 1 was only one entry by noon of army, or navy, or munition enskites from central Europe.' 141 Third Street Danville, Ky. Phone 25. May 21st, when there was only shops as factors indispensable They don't know whether Lin to allied victory. the one entry. coln was a man or a name of. Danville's Exclusive Wall-papand Paint Store. ' The special election, cnlled The Japanese don't even a breakfast food. Their verv You'll Pick a Winner who-expec- t - Conn Brothers. lG - rm-ntly- , ), amm-lnt- In 3LJLd ilii-r- r tin-i- ki-- l. r 1 llit-l- - refiis-tert- -d Wall Paper Sale a -- For Two Weeks Only Beginning Monday, May 26th P a P fair-haire- sober-minde- r S a 1 e e Coomer 8c er Nave The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 22 1919. 1 a ar Our Best Offering of Summer Blouses. As the season advances the new Blouses; in spite of their underlying simplicity seem to become more charming. The Addition of new arrivals in Organdie, Voile and dainty Silk Blouses make our present showing the most attractive of the Season. Our Spring and Summer style displays are lovely to see. Won't you consider this your invitation to call. ONLY A FEW Like the Flowers that bloom in the spring LEFT Our showing of foot-wefor Spring and Summer 1919, opens up to the women and young women of Lancaster a vista of excellent values. Every Model is a work of excellence, every pump or oxford is a real creation representing the height of the boot makers art. The fitting is superior glove like and Our coat, suit and dreis Stocks are moving very rapidly and we want you to take advantage of this opportunity and see what we have at or 25 per cent off. SEE THEM TODAY. -4 The Joseph Mercantile Co. QUALITY STORE. See a new Shipment of Carpets which have just arrived. ONE PRICE. Mii Delia I! Ice Hughes has re- Gossip About People vvv A turned from a visit to Louisville, friends in I FOB, SALE: Two splendid milk There arc seven garments out that the Ited Cross wishes to be brought cows. Both fresh with calves by side. J. W. Elmore. in at once. Scientifically Fitted. Rkf Mtntlon ol lh G.mji IryTKeM Wi An Inlirtiltd Comlnsj tnd In. .Mr. and Mrs. W Danville, Monday. IE. Cook were in were in Mr. nnd Lexington, Mr. in Edd Ross Wednesday. Mr. Walter Cox has been spending a few dns louisville. Miss Elizabeth Clbbs attended the Beta Thetn I'M dance In Danville. Ueut. Carl Acton i at home for a vliit to hi father, Dr. J. M. Acton, . 1 Mr. C. M. Norris of Frankfort. has been visiting her neice, Mr. Edd Ilo.i. Uttle Ml" Marjory DriiyiieYl, i visiting her aunt. Mm. Kennedy in Carlisle. Mrs. Kllen Owsley from a visit to Mr. has returned Dunn in t Pae Dr.llle. Kdltor W. O. Mrlntyre, of DanMonday on ville, ni in business. Mr. and Mn. Clay Sutton have returned ftom a few days shopping in Luuiiville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore have returned from a visit nt West I'oint, MissUMrpl. of Oldham, Mrs. Harold is visiting her mother, Geotgia Arnold. Iticli-mon- Mn. Mr. Cabell Arnold has been visit-i.i- tr friends in Danville and attended the Beta dance. of Mrs. Mary Kolger Hemphill, Nicholasville, has been a recent visitor of Mn. Bella Arnold Krancis. elegant, .Mr. Gayle Doty save an dinner Sunday in honor of Messrs, Jake, George anil J. Fleece Robinson. Mrs. W. Fox Logan, of Wilkcsbarre 1'enn., is expected for a visit to her Mr. Jamei I'reston, a young farmer mother, Mrs. W. It. Mason. of Garrard county, and Miss Dome Peel, of Jessamine county, were unit Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy of ("tIMc, ed in marriage at the Danville res! guests of Mr. nnd Mr. were week-en- d dence of Dr. II. 0. Turner, who per- Ilruylield, ut the 'iullcy Houf-- s f mined the ceremony Mrs. I.iixie Mrs. Kannle Fnrrn, Mrs. Luther 11. Dridgers and little Denny, Mr. and Mrs. CaUII Denny son, Luther. Jr., of Gainesville, Cn., Nicholasville, .Sundiy. motored to of .Mrs. Walton K. Moss .Mr. and Warren Kennedy, of Mis. Anna Hubble and taught-r- . have been recent guests of Mr Mnitic Mae, ha.v returned irom n rnd Mrs. Ilcrl Ilrayfield. 'Irs. Ken visit to relnlnet tn Stanford. nedy is a sister of Mrs. Brajl'eld, Miss Marine Mrs. Joe Francis, Col. (ieorge Bain, a noted temper Stnrmes Dunn and Mr. Allen John son motored tn Lexingti n, Monday ance speaker, of Lexington, will lecture nt the Christian Church Sunday Mr. Clay Kntftfmnn, who has been night at S o'clock. A card from Mr. Ed C. Gaines tells attending Federal Court in London Mr. William Ilcailey, of the Navy, us he and Mrs. Gaines are having n is at home looking after his legal pro is visiting the family of his uncle, delightful trip, all at the expense o fession. The Company has Mr. Jnmes Bcailey before going to hi the I'enn Mutual. chartered a boat for a trip up the Mr. and Mrs. Rroaddus and chll home in Los Angeles, California. Delaware and will take their agents Iren, cf Wilmore, have been recent Lieut. Carl Acton, wno has been visitors of Mrs. Broaddus' sister, Mrs. mending a few days at Home, has re- to Hog Island ship yard?. The card was written from Philadelphia. D. (iulley. turned to New York. He expects to discharge in a receive his honorable Mrs. Charles Denman, who has few weeks. been visiting her sister, Mrs. Henley The High School Buildin;; at llastin, has returned to her home in Mr. J. M. Back, a prominent young Buckeye will be dedicated with apMcliohmllle. farmer, of Garrard county, and Miss propriate services next Saturuay, Mable .McClure. daughter of Mr. C. Arrangetients have been made to en Miss Florence Johnson, a student K. McClure, of Somerset, wrrc united tertain a large delegation from every at State College, Lexington, spent in marriage in 'ncinnati, Saturday section of the county and n big din with her mother, Mrs. the week'-en- d night nnd after n ftw days stay will ner will ho served on the ground. I.ula Johnson. to Marrellus where they will A program of the dedicatory ser Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Itankin left go to hoiisekcepini;. vices will be found in this issue of Monday for Somerset to attend the Dickcrson the Record. Mr and Mrs. William burial of Mrs. Hankins brother, .Mr. entertained nt n lovely course dinKreil Hamm, who died In Arizona ner Widresday in boner of Kzv. and I have bought the practice and nnd Mrs. Luther Bri Igers, of Gainesville, .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards of Dr. T. J. Hood, as he is pretty little daughters, of Maysville, Georgia, who are guests of Mr. nnd good-wihave been recent guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Walton K. .Moss. The affair. leaving town. I will appreciate the wns greatly tnjoyed-bthe ninny I patronage of his clientele and will Mrs. Forrest Calico, nt McCreary. ' endeavor, as near ns is possible, to guests present. Mr. J. Leu Bruce, Mrs. Kffio Drake give them the same good services Mr. and Mrs. John S. Baughman, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Onnie Brown, audi which h.) pave them. I am located Danville, nnd Miss Clara Hayden, of Interesting little daughter, Virginia) over Stcliius' Drug Store. My office Nicholasville, were visitors in Ijin Lynn, of Stanford, were welcome phone is Monday. Mr. caster, Tuesday. visitors in our city, W. A. WHEELER, Dentist. Brown is well known here where lie Mrs. K. !. Owsley lcaei Friday was an clficicnt clerk nt Meltobcrts for Martinsville, Ind., when: she will Drug Store for some time, and has spend two weeks. She will be ac The Lancaster Mttliodist Church numerous friends here who are al companied by Mrs. N. L. Bronaugh, the top" on it quota of ways glad tn see him and estimable vtnt "oer of Nicholasville. $4,000 in the Centenary of Missions wife. Drive for $33,000,000 from the Mrs. O'Sullivan, of Lebanon, Miss Churc'i. Ihe Lieut. John M. Casey, with four Southern Methodist Virginia Goodloe, of Colorado, nnd team were organized and ready for Mr. Duke Goodloe, of Springllell, other officers, were selected from the work at the close of the morning serhave been recent guests of .Mr. and A. K. K. to represent the Allied Army vice Sunday. They went on the at the big horse parade in I'aris, Mps. W. 0. Goodloe. France, June 1st. This is a distinct drive Sunday afternoon .and by 'J P. Sever Mr. ami Mrs. Willi.fm W. White, honor and we wish to congratulate M. the quota was subscribed. al of the members arc to be seen yet. ami little daughter, Winnifred Eileen, Lieut. Casey. Danville Advocate. Mrs. Casev is with her parents. Mr. It is hoped that the subscription for of Indianapolis, Indiana, will arrive Sumlayfor a visit to Mrs. White's and Mrs. It. B. Wilkinson during the this great cause will bo considerably increased. sisters, .Muses .Mary ami larric licin absence of her husband. Preaching at Paint Lick. glasses Our Scientifically fitted made to individual requirements will give tho clearest vision that Science ran produce. There will be preaching ut the The Byrne Optical Service, Paint Lick church, Sunday nt Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, May at t o'clock, by Dr. Tcllford, of 2(lth to 31st. Richmond. All are cordially invitei TAKE IT FROM Ihe Springfield Having Fine Trip. Red. Cross Notes. Tire Company School Dedication. Notice To Public. Centenary Drive. Having decided to move to Ashc- vllle, N. C, I will on SATURDAY MAY 24th, 1913 at 2:30, sell the following: One bed nnd springs; cooking stove, chairs j dishes: old fashioned ward-rob- e j garden tools and many other things too numerous to men are ruerts tion. Terms Cash. Miss Margaret Cook, of K. C. W. Rev, Bridget is holding a very sucpointments was served. Those pre H. K. HERNDON, with her cessful meeting at the Court House Danville, spent .the week-ensent were the Senior class and n few Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. in Jackson, Ky, parents, Mr. ami Mrs. V. R. Cook. other friends. The affair proved a most enjoyable one. Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird at entertained Saturday evening their home on Danville avenue, in honor ot their ncphiw, Mr. William Kinnaird, who is u member of the graduating class of the Graded and High School. For the occasion the home was decorated with many lovely spring flowers, plants and ferns Delicious refreshments of perfect ap- Public Sale. The Garrard County Red Cross Chapter finished last week, the Spring quota of sewing, 1000 childrens pettiKelly-Springfield $ coats. All these garments have been made in ten weeks nnd the Red Cross wishes to thank every woman who assisted in this rush order, Both Auxiilut their reniitation the liaries, Paint Lick and Bryantsvillc same way Methuselah got did their part as they always have their his by outlasting done. The women from Fair View, contemporaries Pleasant Grove, Buckeye nnd Bucna Vista gave splendid assistance also. 093 garments have been shipped. Seven garments have not yet been STOKMES DRUG sent in, but we hope to receive them STORE, AGENTS S in n few days and will mail them at once to Cleveland. The Committee FOR GARRARD S wishes to thank the Citizens Bank for the use of their room where we have COUNTY. served for 18 months, also to owners of sewing machines who most generu ously loaned their machines for so many months. The Work Rooms J M will be closed for the summer. Tho following is list of work sent from the Red Cross Work rooms! J since January 1st, 1919. .! 19C pairs of Mens socks. North 3rd St 34 pairs Childrens stockings. Phone 125 Danville, Ky. 8 shawls. 31 mufflers, 2 pairs wristlets, 2 helmets, 30 Sweaters, 4 Childrens Dresses, 4 Childrens dresses, The undersigned hereby give warn-Sn- g 211 Chemise, to all persons not to trespass upon 133 Pairs Pajamas. sur lands for any purpose whatever 1000 Childrens Petticoats, Is we will prosecute all offenders to Miss Sallie Elkin, the fullest extent of the law. HuntChairman Sewing Room. ers and fishermen especially take MAKE THIS YOUR BIGGEST HOG notice. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. Cora rhillips, PROFIT YEAR Mrs. Emma Daniels, Take the profits of your corn crop n. L. Arnold. urn! bigger profits on your hogs by Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, leveloping nnd conditioning them for Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, market with B. A. THOMAS' HOG Edd and N. B. Trice. POWDER. Lessens the chance of S. C. Rigsby. llsease. Removing worms General D. M. Anderson. R. L. Barker tonic. W. A. Dickerson. II. L. Kclley. that I Tires f . The Springfield Tire Co. I I POSTED 3C 3 DISTRICT MEETING. y. DON'T MISS THE Closing Out ss n-- :es a ifi H Lieutenant John A. Dotson, of Of Women's Louisville, and Miss Mattle Adams, of Sharpsburg, came to Lexington Fri Club Convenes To-daday and were quietly married at the The District meeting of tho Fcdcr-ntio- n residence of the Rev. J. W. Porter on of tie Women's Club convenes Fast Main street at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The ceremony was per here today, tin meeting being held ut formed by the Hev. Clarence Walker. the High School Building. 'i'he distrivt !s composed of the The bride wore a traveling suit of lark blue and her flowers were a cor counties of Lincoln, Mercer, Boyle, Federation Annua Opening Graham Springs Hotel HARRODSBURG, KY. AT Sander's Variety Store. i WE SELL FOR LESS. sage of pink sweet pens" and roses. Immediately after the ceremony the bride nnd groom left for a short trip through Kentucky a'nd thence to make their home in Louisville. The only attendants at the wedding were Mr. Elmer Wood nnd his sister, Miss Nancy Wood, of Sharpsburg. Lexington Herald. The bride is well known In Lancas ter having frequently visited her Ktand-raothMrs. N. McGruth, Mntiison nnd Rockcastle. I'itcro are many delegaVn from each of theso rc unties nn l the pro- giam as arranged will be an Intcic. in;! one. The session will only last for the day end the publij Is curdiidly invited to j present. We hope to give in detail thf entire rrufram in tui next issuu and a list of the delegates attending, something tc were unable to give ut this time hclore going to press. Thursday Supper 6 to 9. f 31 II Evening, May Special Music. 29th Dancing 9 to 3. IC ii ii icD The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 22, 1919. GUY. IT'S NOT YOUR, HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS re the wmI Important tody. They are tha fllterer. the purifiers, of your blood. Kidney dlae. In usually I ml leal M by nenousne, wearlne, steeptennes, stomas, despondency. .U'kache, troll Me, p.kln In loin. and Inwir ulidomen. irall tunes, frrnvel, rheumatism, sciatica nd lumbaeo. All theso dAranrerrents are nature' alRnals to warn you that the kidney hln Vim hntil.t ue f.ltl.lJ MKDAI Haarlem Oil Capsules tmmt. Tlio kidney oranfl of th ll.it el? The aiothlnir, heal oil atlm nf KMn7 dUea In no repeeternlTllctlnK nifties tha Kidneys, relieve In iniUmni.i-tlon- s a majority of tli ami destruja frTt. Rerm people tolay can be trareU tmcK to unicr ha caused It. Lo not wilt until tokidney trouble. morrow (to to yotir lay and rr-on- s. 111m The Exiles Or GEORCE llJopimil. ELMER COBB Jlrs. Wm. Lane visited .Mrs. Wr.i. Scott, Monday, Jtiss Ilessie Scott of Judson Is vis- Itinu Mr. nnd .Mrs. Wm. Walker, Jlr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder were recent visitors of Jlr. and .Mrs. Ttm I)oolin Jlr? James Yant'snnds'n Hershcl were in Lancaster Saturday with n,l druirtfHt to lt.Mlt Haarlem Oil capsule. In twenty-fou- r ho'ir you should feel health and Mor reUirntnff and will ble-- the Uy you first heard COM) Mi;iAI, Haarlem Oil. of After you feel that jou have cured yourself, continue to tak on or two capsule each flay, so aa to kep 1 first class condition and ward oft th danfrer of other Attacks. Ask for the original Imported GOLD MK1AL brand. Thrte sites. Money refunded tf they do not help you. on tlOUD MKU.U assaHBHsk THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR t ir.il.t. Nr.,;,,., U.lM.1 r--' " 1 I IL- - Ice Cream and Phone 56 BaSTIN BROS. 3E J if, Funeral i o. mm Ef. . Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone IS. Residence Phone 33. I! Laticaster, BANKING SAFE-PRIVA- TE BY MAIL ano CONVENIENT .vijnoianapoiis. CnMMlM, Distance Is no object tous att.r fhlt Al ,h P.il.lm .. A . II... jwm wuur ana luruieivnoreiiv will Days rvlln w jo wi .T.j wviuir isii wnn ini isworxtl . word 'rom you will bring TuiWx.J TCySS!i5tin. oi our pian of "Banking by Mall." Th V1"'"!' Is the larseat Bank In Indiana mietulL. Flflrt u. fon -- south nt a lhrlliig Inland city were daughter, the nlllcc. of tin1 corporation, which guests Monilny of their .Mrs,. John Iliack. liU father rnctk'iilly owned. te The Chevrolet Motor Car h in every Jlr, and .Mrs. Charlie Yater were Norman whistled cheerily a the respect. ISjiHt for service iitul comfort. progressed visiters Wedncrday night of .Mr. mid murhlne Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 without iucnk or J.ir. .Mrs. John Yater. Four Ninety Touring $735.00 There was a mncndamlrcd mail from Quite a let of tobacco uu set out city tii plant. but thl especial morning in this vicinity during the rainey sea- I "3aby Grand" Roadster $1 1 10.00 Nurmaii hail trlcil n short cut nlonir a "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 lonely road. Nut n house shnu'i In the son last week. F. O. It. Factory. Jlr. and .Mrs. Obe Ilolton of Scotts first five miles, anil It was only when A car load of these American Ileatities just unloaded. he passed n belt of woods that hi1 no-- t Fork spent Sunday with .Mr. and Jlrs. I n dilapidated Thuy have marvelous power, nnd noted as hill nililn nestling In It. Kwrcttc (irow. depths. climbers. Let us demonstrate. Jlr. and .Mrs, Alex Creech of Ijin- There was a pretty flower patch In caster were witfi her sister, .Mrs. Tom front nf It, ami lnes were festooned LICK-GARAGE' ocr the small porch. Norman won- Pollard Saturday. Jlr, and Jlrs. Charlie Yater nnd dered Hint coiihl Induced nnrmie tu select that lonely sot for a htmif. .Mis. Carrie Yater tpent the week-enPaint Lick, Kentucky. Ahruptly he nutlcil a neue 'pctillni; at Rowland with relatives. nhjift ilnh fnmi the llil hhriihln'ry. .Mr. and I.Mrs. James Knson, .Misses It tlcfiire Nnrman ooiild iII.IIiikuIhIi Hcssie Turner clearly It ilNappcant! uniler the ma- Stella Naylor nnd chine ami a thrllllm: nrrenin nine out: motored to Danville Wednesday. "Oh. vtl.p! ri!pt he I. klllnl." Jlises I.irzie Foley, KHeii Turner nnd .Mrs, I!aconi Pelphrry Sundny, Aztre Emeralds. The invent. Here feiiilnhie. A Ctrl-l- and Jlollie llarnes spent the week-enAmong the Artec treasure, of Jlex-.Mr. and .Mrs. J. t Yantis and chilfnrin came Intii lew. NnriiiHn with Jliss Hazel Foley at Ilradshaus dren, Jlcsdumcs Carrie Dntjdson and en wen- found miny flue emerald'. ' halte-- l the until prumptly, spmm: from .Mill. William Sutton were guests Sunduy They were esqul'ltely nil. mid It I hi. neat mill av n ilnc I ItiK In the from till .ourre tlmthe magnificent Jliss Vir- of .Mr, John Smith and daughter. Jlrs. Grace Sutton and I middle of the mad. emeralds now forming part of the The animal held Jlr. and .Mrs. Tolliwr Cornetl and royal cnllectlnn of Spain are supposed paw anil ginia of lreachcrsville, were guests of lileeilliiR tip ii lacerated. In pain. Norma bent nver, Jlr. and Jlrs. John Smith Wednesday son, Thomas, Jlrs. John Smith nnd to bate been taken. j wliln'tl j cently rxnmlned the ununited fimt night. daughter, Jliss Maud and sons, .Messrs nml ft ii the animal In hi. arm.. Jlr. Alvys Turner nnd son, Ktlston, Walter anil Xeben, were nt Paint "A lucky he spnl,e, and and little daughter Kthelcne of Coy Lick Sundny and attended the 7.1rd turned to face n jniim: tlrl lth IiIihuI. lllrthday anniNrrsnry of Jlrrs. Isaac le. face mnl dNteiuleil ,'e.. "Hon't wereII. Sunday guests of Jlr. and Jlrs. Cornell. Turner. worry, mlV he vntlnmil. "the poor JI. BurfnPMKryRmeV s' .Mr. Z. T. Rice. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Has-coanimal - not .eriou.ly hurt. I. It Its a Lifetime Ous'ness CURES ymirO" Pclphrey nnd daughter Nelle fw droti In tht The Meitent of tie lrli,iw eru e "Oh. ye. Injeeil!" Ilutlereil the o.. motored to Lexington .Monday afterdrink tec wUr cares APPC fcfvl prevents mtatm !.ad unite a repiilntl"!' In fielr da r Ml of n. fair a face a Noinan's noon returning via Richmond. rholr drrKor. UiM Cttr. srwl ettter cltkk I hilt probably pnthlng I f ever l.j.ieil Utl!e mVesi II d eje had eer reiteil on. "It I our ' of n large ftlpensof ndln. lint Ufttl. Jlr. and .Mrs. William Carson and n long i the settle ronto. won t you pten.ecarry lilm tn Mire I1.3J, enkke It rtWn. Al , n pcjciit ex. drutfejUt, f M lr mtil pot(ai. the home where I can attend to,hlm?" Jfis Annelle. .Mr, and Mrs. Stuart estate In thi' hniid of Bourbon Remedy Co., Lelrjto, Kf It wii thti that Nitrinaii Iteetl met Carseii of Stanford wire with .Mr. tutor. Ohio Slate .lnurn.it, the l"M'ly Elrl and hi fate ut one and the alne time. A he npprnneheil the hoiiM- - he noticed an old man Mcalthtly draw back Into an old shed. Norman ' to cnlleil for bnnilace. I'onlo comprehend that he wa In the of n liiimane friend. At the cud nf live minute. Niiriiinn lifted the urntefiil ntilnial to a pillow the clrl had plaeeil on a bench, and mild: "Vniir pet will fare ipilte well nfter j a day or two of niirlii. I will drive by tomorrow nml brim: you u famoii. ruriitive canine lotion that will help ' out." Iteed Norman Thenceforwurd eenieil to Iiae ;i new motive in lite. Three time a week he Mted the plant and alway retuniiil by the dirt road. Three Itinera week he halted at house In the the little wood. oteiilhly to see how Ponto wn Kettlns nlmii;, but In reality to fcat hi rye on the animal's ml.tre, who attracted him with an Increnslni; ymili,; lll.lli ilrltltig tilt' illltnnio-lilli- " along Hi, limply country rntnl w.i In hnniiiui) as In face, mUro n ml splr-Ii"llli tin- - beauty of a rare spring Morning. Il win Norman Iteed. Al Jlr. nnd JIr Robert Voter spent ty mile In tin- - mirth, the day Sunday witn Jlr. and Jlrs. tw win the plum (if the Warren Machlncr) Henry Yntcr. rninpniiy. Twenty inllii across to (lie Jlr. and .Mrs. Uoyd Turner were ill. he PAINT COMPANY One Drop tfiiWiWrf AM .u' M. RESOURCES NEARLY HALF A 1IULION DOLL ClNTURr IN BU3JNUS? Attention Lamb Shippers. To assure prompt movement of all live stock from Central Kentucky points on the Louisville and N'ushville Rail Koail, nrrancements have just been completed for the handlinK of live stock from stations between Rowland and Richmond, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train Having Lexington nt 8:35 P. M. Schedule is r.s follows: LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. I.v Kowland Ky 11:45 A. M. Lv Gilbert Ky 12:01 P. JI. I.v. Lancaster Ky 12:15 P. M. Lv. Hyattsville, Ky 12:45 P. M. Lv Point Leavell Ky" 12:55 P. JI. Lv Paint Lick Ky 1:31 P. 51. Lv Silver Creek Ky 2:00'P. M. Lv Duncannon Ky P. M. Lv Fort Kstill Ky 2:40 P. M. Ky Ar Richmond 2:50 P. M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. Lv Richmond Ky 4:00 P. JI. Lv Red Uouie Ky 4:30 P. JI. Ky Ar Winchester 4:45 P. JI. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. Lv Winchester Ky 4:45 P. JI. Lv Wyandotte Ky 5:09 P. JI. Lv Avon Ky 5:21 P. JI. Lv I'enwick Ky 5:20 P. JI. Lv Jlontrose Ky 6:55 P. JI. Lexlnptoii Ky Ar G:30 P. JI. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 Lv Lexington Ky JI. b:35 Ky Ar LouUville 4:00 A, JI. U Iciated on the rails of thr L. nn.l X, n. i: Tlic Ilnurtion Stock at Louisville, and live stock can be placed for unloading Iw.cdiately "1'cn urilii, thus pvoiding terminal delays and enabling Central Kentucky ship pers to market their stock the day after loading. Shlpyour vile slock to Louinlile, the Smith's Cr.it. t Marin. THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. He learneil that her name wn Clarice. .She csve no other, and us Norman noted that the did man, presumably her father, made It a point to keep out nf tlew- - during hi 11K he decided that there wu some mysterl-o- n reiiwiii for the.e two Lolatlng themselves from the rent of the world. Ponto cot well, and at eer new vllt Norman Ilnnered longer than ut one. A month pasted the by mid Clarice began to look longingf her welcome ly f4r the appearance vlkltnr. One ufternoon she wa amazed running down the to see Ponto come road. The Intelligent animal was panting and excited. He drnplied n long flat wallet at the feet of Clarice. He looked nt her beseechingly, as though Krllng to tell her wmietblng. He rati down the road n way and looked back at her. Clarice followed him. It was to fliid Norman lying hack tn the automobile, bleeding mid Insensible. Clarice had learned to direct the car mnl she soon hud the machine up to the houe. With the aid 'of her father-sh- e carried blin Into the house. LNormon fegalued his senses to Inform her that he had been assaulted by a footpad, had thrown the wallet containing a large amount of money to animal had Ponto, and the run off with Jt, as Norman hoped he would do. Norman was unable to proceed on his way and asked Clarice tu get word She hurried to the to hi father. North settlement mid u few hours later He was made Mr. Iteed uppeureil. and thanked n un re of the situation Clarice for her sen lees mid those of oulck-wltte- d Ponto. When ho ole the kcruil the father of Clurlco he gave u violent start. "John.llordenr be exclaimed, "my old bookkeeper!" Then was uncowred the mystery of the Isolation of father and daughter. Ten years before Itorden, after collecting a large amount of blllsvfor his em- plo)er, found that he had lost over Keurlng his two thousund dollars. story would pot be credited, he had resolved to disappear. No oue had eter thought of accusing Itorden of theft, for the money had been foud and returned to his em- ployer. When Norman and Clarice went on their wedding tour It was with the sin- cere blessing of two old men. content-t- l lu realizing the full bappluwu of mu and daughter. lnteret. friekdlVv TOBACCO - TUB HTHERE may be some things that can be done well in a hurry, but pickin'a wife an agein a tobacco ain't amongst 'em. friendlier, more fragrant, long-burnin- g. Wc put away mjllions of pounds of fine Kentucky Burley tobacco every year, stored in wooden hogsheads. It ripens two years. When we take it out it's different Nature has improved it, good as it .was made it cool-smokin- g, , Nature has given it a delicious quality of mildness and fragrance that no artificial means can ever equal. touch of friendly goodness that Is building up VELVET Tobacco into the favor and good will of thousands of pipe smokers who prefer to smoke tobacco cured in Nature's way. You would notice the difference. I It's just that extra ( j j j j i j L Jfeeaffil VKLVrrS eflRsf I'lVeMW t Roll a VELVET CigarttU as90tAsteSaf urfsra-aeflaflJeM ferdforattsM. itjtt sseTstess. FeffAf , I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 22, 1919 Dilty Theueht. Nothing Wilt was rer nctilcstd Ilmerson. enthusiasm. without Pliny tells liomnns Roman Pears. ti Unit. In his lny. the .12 t varieties) of 1 jtXBW3TOOOi.,x3nfit Preachersville. Mlsa Kaslc Uallnrd In visitirc lit Waco. Mr, Frank lUcaliy U nt lionic for a few ilaya. Mrs. Urn l.unsfonl ami Mrs. llnr-rlr- tt I'olcy nfc ill. Misi liny llrnzlry of 1 1 Icfmonl, 1.1 vl'itlnc lirr aiitir Mm. (ircon Suttuti. Mr Hill I.nwsonn family have luul the m".Mlts but tliv "f" Kuttlni; alonK nice);-. , HKirexinn(in, I aWaLMaiaSis afjBLl s Classified Column g g i RATESt Single infcrtinns lc n won! N'o nd taken for le than 20c in this column. .N'o ads In this column charged. Seu'ti Insertions for the price of live. Phone orders must lc paid promptly. rtx X It Would tie a Picture - the baffled nml ii nn the fare of n i ritfiillin express plumber wlm linn Just rwlvH lit first from n condill fur automobile rep-i'ifirmed pirn go mini. Ilu!t. I Express. jj Picture If sun jlaCv laaaalaiaaafcPiil f i $ J .Mian Kntic Milvin of Crali Orchnnl vl'ltcil Mrs. John tUsliy Saturday mid Kumlay. Itov. A. C. Ilnlrrl filla-.- l Ills nppointmrnt nt the Itaptist church, BANK,! h'umlny nml Sunday nlijht. Mr, Kichnril I'cttus who has heen at the I.rbanon Hospital spent tlii'l i.Vn. I a n:.i. lay Sunday with hnmcfolks. Ilisl or I.ANCAsTr.ll. K i AT friends arv find to know la1 Is impruv-- 1 The Close of Business. May 12 1919 ir.tr mid will soon tc at humc acain. .Mr. i".d Andct'on ni.d Ida Pointer IlKtfOl'KCM. irivaj to the home of l!v. A. C. i;.M it oaUal.idUc U UU Oftrdratu. tr cured Iurl nml ucrc united In 7 l'ivcurd Mr r.ud Mn, Milt .Mali.111 were the U H hiii1Uoiirl la cit w cuUliuii ('ir taiuvi 01 V KUestJ preent. Houdi ii'lrrtlflf ! fit ltt.UMr1i.rM untied Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Alfred Ow. lll.UOtO ttfl UUp.rdl ens and Mis. Charles Wontcn, enterd Lltrrl Uu Hn1, iltilt-dr- f S.iaO I .v0 W tained at dinner Sunday, Mrs, Taylor .i',. i sul IS r tviit hf ufiitri oiitrr Ibaii t n Und llixnit, liev an I Mr. A. C. Haiti!, luut tokt 0Wli4 uiiMbssej Nannie Hottzelnw and WIN hank W Motk ul ,t'dTal lOir-rtineth Sutton, Mr. Ilouhrd II iltrclsw jsr rvnl of utflftUti; IMWl (0 Valuvo! fUDklbc litmiw Lnd Mrs. .Wtx Wootn. Furtiltillraud fliturra with trdrr lawful Hank at t'avli Itt tault an tirt McCKtARY. atnountadut from natluualbaoka ft Total uf riu.lt.lI.i;.l Mr. John C. CroaJdtu the I'brfht on bank a located feBUtilr Cl cttfor tow nf ririltK tabk uaik-cin- l with Mr. Mlley UHiley, and ollivr raiU llm (Odrn-ptint- i fund wltb t f Tra Mias Kmmii I.ouis !;.tiMlt ns the rvf and da frvm I j. Tirat. cotUrtt-dIottrt af ttttt ---but oolN.l-- atij Ktiert of hci "liter, Mrs. J, M. !!ttin. aj MOtltnat n Itj'ji UrctmablatiM I ait dn it Mrs. Amanda Coy spent last week Total nt the home of Mr. nml Mrs, S. M. THEJ30NDITI0N REPORT OF ! aa a u a a it K n a X ait W'lOtM NATIONAL Sweet Potato plants for sale. Call John Williams. All kinds of plants for sale. I. P. Thompson. AUTOMODILK: 1918 Dodcc A. Thomas. Tounni: Car A ' condition for sale. ', 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 physical1 beauty. But as they rids, they mstinctively feel there is a quality to this difference in tbe Liberty which stamps it as superior. 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. 0. J. M. Mctcalf, Surveyor, 25 years experience. Iltue prints furnished. Phone All calls answered promptly. . 1S3, Stanford,' Ky. FOP, SALE: 100,000 Sweet Pota F.v.-iknown variety. to plants Orders by mail, promptly fiilci by K. P. Ison, parcel post. ,"5-Duena Vista Ky. Phcne Save that heavy freight charge. Save the difference between show prices and KEASO.VABLK PMCF.S. How? Buy your hogs the mammoth type DUROC hogs at The GLENWOttTH FAIcMS, Allen S. Edelen, Owner, Burgin, Ky. Boyle County phone 7601: Burgin 14. fmt hrt rnt li Turner, ftUKU u Mis Dorothy lleailey of Someret Irt.iU 72 Is here visitinjt her father, Mr. V. II. 73 0040 llrnzlry. discount lturtt andIiiad?atnr rolltftt-- Pf ( raatHrity cradlUd. Missrs I.elia ami Acnrs Humphrey and l.ot raltird I Mrui!matt r,Mct lor talfa arrrut'l MM spent Sunday with Mrs. Margie I irriliatitiat Not tMilotabdlfir 77 Sat ainnqiiti duv t'f Natlob! tank! Whiltakcr. A to rft f.ed hwka (ml it and la Tota( i I2JM j nr. i J. M.I4. Mrs. Maccie Whittaker and Mrs. Ind."lna djtiu uhjfet , w Adolph Monday with tort.i-.-UAfItLITU:4 in 4'ailtaltiock fuip.utluu.l I ndtf ifoflla. Lt rnrrrtu riru-.iItrfal andlakta rM The Central Garage nev on. l'aintin; and overhauling $43.00. All work guaranteed. like-- n M.Ofl Will make your Ford look and rsn I CU Public Sale. Fifty head of the choicest Scotch and Scotch Topped Shorthorn and rolled Shorthorn cattle near Danville Ky., on June oth, 1919, Lunch at 12 o'clock. Sale to begin at one o'clock. 22-2- t. 4 Totat ct drmabd than bank 11 dfctit17,mit . krMi, lltna and ui v, drixxttt IMttr al.tt I!ratly Ipent to Mn Elizabeth llurtmi. Mrs. Walker Hradshaw and chil- ii 9 Totat RtaTtor "ubarr day l May otrn to It fete we thlt 16th W P Cbamrt. SotafT 1'utlle. Un I. 1W Mr roinmlaulou ti-irCORNICT- - Altl Dd A (Ml lUT, (blrf tbattbIhr abot to do oUraoly twrar naratd n( my knowlrdg latrinrbt la tiaa to ttv ahd t.r IriT. t'aatilrr. ktiitn aY.CocftY or i l)( lt dren and Mrs. Tolbert Jenkins visited .Mrs. T. 0. Hill last week. Mr. and Mrs. U F. Forbes were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morford, at Uuckcye. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Hay Hojric and little daughter, Mary Kathrrine, wrrc the imcats Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ueazlcy. Mr and Mrs. Hascom Brown mid Mr. W. II. Ueazlcy were In Somerset last week to see the latters mother, Mrs. W. II. Waddle. Richard Cobb and Sons. ' - D. A. THOMAS. Am T mm It tuT : DliKtora, OBERTY Oystrr Mystery Explained. We are told that o.vter are sensitive to extremes of heat. Which explains why you run across o few of the littie dnrllnirs In a hovtl of soup. Knox ville Journal. SEX3 Carpenters, Joiners, WANTED Boat Builders, Cabinet Makers, Millwrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Pipefitters and Painters for work on high class yachts and phonograph cabinets. Steady work. Our shops are sanitary, light and steam-heate- The Matthews Company, Port Clinton, Ohio. er What a Great Msn Wrote. J4C0b A. Itll. the creat man of a At a meeting of the City Council, vr years aco, once said that some ts are merely lntnlliiii nts of vlo Monday, May oth, I was instructed iry. Look upon defints In this way by that body to notify all that arc in nil take frvli eoiiPtti In I ;tti iifaln. arrears with their city taxes, that same must be p.i'd at once and if not paid within thirty oays, same will be advertised according to law, and the picperty sold to meet these taxes, toino of which Is long past due. I positively w ill do ns instructed by tho City Council and give this as a warning to nil m arrears. L. E. Herron, City Tax Collector. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank or LAM'fTEK. KVAT T1IK (lose of Business. May 12, 1919 ItKfOflllKD. Uitriliiill. Mi'tuv.1 I llirtllf'l t1 i ' Gigantic Amazon. Tlie Amazon drains an nrea of 2r,00,-- 1 1.000.000 Gallons a Day. Us) square miles (en timed the area of The dully rini'imiptliui of enwlrnv Franco ami In connection llh the rl- and ilWIllate by the allium motor ve. j er and Its tributaries there are said to bibles I'pi rali'il In I'allfcinila Is nv be fjO.OiO tulles of nalfnble wuti r. pnulmatily l,(si.ll pnllimv. Indian, apolls Nes. Tax-Pay- Take Notice U.u T. ul .1iouul li'vUMI (uiv IM 01 Huinl, ilciHJillr.1 to Flurk ul lailrMrdtir, tlr4(d cuU,lirii l(r ui r ur Milt 1VCW10 I, ij. bit biinU, atitt rrrtllt-r,U- , I l ludrltrdbt ourtmluilrtt1 a1,. ki.C"JI0 Llbrrtf l4n Huii1,. uu- , ivr rtit 1 ituJ U1t.. .. ( ii.ui, DIMM ' ul cvrllllrttr, New Botanical Specimen. a liazei instil lour;, man with a larse chrysanthemum In his II button bole pasliiB by. oirlulined, "Oh, 01 liinmina, look what a larce Clirlslinai anthem that man's cot." Are You Interested in ILr dltfllt ?.) Vlu ot liiiiklcic tiuux. "Hi rurulltirr ftiiil Dilttrrt Lawful rrielVe Mtth Krtrrtr lUnk ,nt lirl , mount t'atli In truIi Sti.'.l-lu trnm natUmtl liank, rbfrkti.u oltfr tank, tut br aainv Inmi ftl.nf Iban llrin rIMMlt!K lank ,! lollitr Tout of tuiaa 11. I(. 1. IT I ll.lvl TO an.l la I'liffk, oil l.ilk lofalr.1 out' alflr of rttr or low u of If anl Muar lorllt!tf ' raan lit ma kMtim ll.iu liin.1 will. It. H. Trvaa. .'.VO Ttraauitr iirtr and iluv from t' Hrollt-ru.llutaraat talLtil l.ut nwl aitrollnalr on Nolta aud till, lttr,latlr not l a.l.tue War aaTlnirarrrllflcalv an.l hl tlirlft,tani a artually OMUr.l i m.ria Total LMIIIUTIK. trltrl rtrrult.( ul,crlllu Krttrtr llaufc !)" IW Strenoth el Bone and Oak. ery sitinll tmne, only one square millimeter- - .OlKi squure Inch In diltt.lll (0 ameter, will hold ."'I Kiiinils In su'lM-n-slowithout hrenkliur, while a piece of the best oak of the same thickness pounds. will hold up only A aA40( ' rlUl Prospects of Palestine. Palestine bus necr bad a wellde-flui- d 33 boundary except the sea on Its west, but It Is understood to be about Much of lids H 111,00(1 miles In extent. tiren Is too dry and rocky for tillage; large parts are too dry een for cattle or sheep. 13 The League of Nations? The Returned Soldier? American Business These are great problemsAvhich are confronting the people of America. They must be discussed and considered if we are to make a wise decision on our future policy. Authoritive speakers will present these questions from every angle at the coming Chautauqua Every man and woman should hear these timely lectures. i CHAUTAUQUA WEEK HERE JUNE Four Good Farms To Sell. for sale within the next thirty days, four good farms that can I have " - The Lucky Horsechoe. The superstitious use of horseshoes as emblems of good luck originated In Ftiglanil In the sotrntocnlli century. U They were at first ! jmit n protection K lies and evil spirits, and against 10 were nulled on doors of houses with I Capital alofk 'M lu W.0.V00 i.iiri'luafunl the ctire tipKrMost. The custom of 15.1M Tl 1'u.lU.acl trorlla. nnlllti; horseshoes in ships and other ! rurrvut vi uara. lu- V.IH7I Hilling craft Is still In vogue. tral iiiIKoi .all collrcir.1 or lulvrral au.l Ul.'ouut rrv.tllfd.ln advaurv or inalurltr and uol mrnr.l aliroxluiatl Viu 31 Amount mi'Mrd for laira aecrurd Skilled In Fine Work. 1'lrrulallHK NotvaoulalandlUK ho.lalai One of the tr.ales calling for the Net amount dn M National l.auka 3'rl lu rrllnvi1 fhrcka DutathUdlliK II to greatest slilll Is the making of 31 a U Total ol limn and S6 This work had neer been ludhlilualilvoo.il, aul.Jtcl . lucoi-rlimb rtakcii by women until dilution of Total demand dr0.tt. lothrr labor became necessary. Of the Infi man nana iivihi.h.i to Kf.rrvr, Ilfiu US, ST, isi, inite numl'ir of delicate parts demand-In- s .. lloT.iritl lilaU'lll absolute accuracy, women have I'rrtltlcalvs ol ntoll lotlivr., a.i ' to succeeded III innUng till but two or tlian for money Ixinoved) Tolaiol limn uanomu. ,uo three and con these will shortly be Jtct to Kvre, llrm, 13 41, II and O tl.'ifo IW to their credit. Itllla i.ajablt.othrr lhan wltli U'laral Kratrvv Hauk. InrludliiK all obllKatlou, rrlircrnllnr molirjr Importation of Intestines. borrowed. Mbrr tcau rdiarpuut 10,000 oi) d Intestines are lniirted Into the Unitl.l.lillltira rlbar Iban tbo.ti aUwvo tsj.wl im ed Hln Irs from China to the extent of alalad razitrntsou VUlory.Noli . 4H0,(hio worth u car. They v.'l..'a li nearly Tout me used by packing houses for sausage htm a or K asti r sYit'ot'stv orUaaaaav, a, casings. The Intestlni are prepared l.W. K.Chatn..f'aablvr of lb abort uamrd inai in aooii aiaio for shipping at !hungliiil, Hankow, or bank. do aolruuly awi-alneiil I, tru lo lbs bteiofmy kuowlrdcr and Tientsin by being scrapid, cleaned nud W K. f'batun. Caahlar I...H.I presorted with salt mid salt water, ttud Pubacrlbt d and anorli la bvfoi tnatblalTlb. day ol May 1V1V, parked In oak barrels haxlug a rapacity K. C. Penny, Notary Public. of 2K) to :i,(iO bundles with nl.out Uy t'ommliilon Eiill, January 14 1W0. CUSBS(.t AlKatl SO per cent salt. Pig Intestines uro exI K, r. llDI'fON. Dlrsclori J, J. Witisa. ported lu u drlicl toniiltlop. ;. w Bwissar I w '.() be bought worth the money. One farm contains 103 acres with good improvements right on the pike. Price $123.00 an acre. One farm of fifty acres with a nice-fou-r room house and good tobacco barn, well located, for $100. an acre. Ono farm of eighty-thre- e acres, for $70.00 an acre, with new house and new tobacco barn. This Is sandstone land. forty-tw- o One farm containing acres, creek bottom land, one half mile from pike, price $1,200. One extra good store room and stock of goods, now doing a business of $25,000 a year. Located right on the pike, near Graded School and one of the best business points in the county. For further information or description see, W. T. KINO, Lancaster, Ky. 23 TO JUNE 30. HHMfJHMMIINHMItN DO IT NOW SEASON Five Big Days TICKETS Don't wait until next winter and say I wish I hnd. Start an ec factJty today. 15 eggs for 75 100 for $4.00 CASH. SINGLE COMB BKOWN LEGHORNS EXCLUSIVELY. $2.00 PLUS 10 PER CENT WAR TAX RBDPflTH 6HftUTflUQUfl ERLE C. FARRA Box 272. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 22, 1919. TOO MUCH SALT. ill Wo Gii'irnnfAA fliir TT v UUUIUlllww vrui ON Pnrpc I i iiwvj a 13 I Transplanters, 6 5 Cows Lick Whitewash From Fences; One Deserts Home. who owns forty cows nnd operates a dairy farm near town, has suffered nn unusual misfor- "That's just what I've J, L Hamilton, always wished a cigarette isoould do satisfy" Bemis Tobacco tune. Four and Six Shovel Riding Cultivators, Stiff Section Lever Harrows "60" tooth. 'McCormack Disc Harrows, Double Shovel and Five Tooth Piows. Genuine Vulcan and Oliver Plows, Sherwin-William- s Paints and Varnishes . of all kinds and colors. ill Automobile tires of all kinds and sizes. Monday, with the help of lili fhe hiied men, he whitewashed the big bo'.rd fences surrounding the lot in I i I 0 "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED". 1 which hlcows nre corrnle.l each night. Into t,he whitewash he had put n large quantity of salt to harden the liquid nftrr its application. This is often done, but th! trouble on this occasion was that Mr. Hamilton used entirely too much salt, n blunder which did not nffect unfavorably the quality of the whitewash, but one which nfterw ants proved to be very costly in an unexpected way. In some respects Mr. Hamilton is n W little cnreles!. Ho admits that he hadn't salted his'cows fcr nearly two years. His herd, therefore, was almost wild for this necessary mineral requirement of the bovine nature. $ Cows Attack Fncet. Late that night Mr. Hamilton turn ed hfs cows into the lot as usunl nnd for the night. The animals soon scented the salt nnd it wasn't long before the entire herd eagerly attacked the fence with their tongues. PHONE 27. Before the dawn of another day every rarticle of the briny whitewash ffl had been licked otf the fence. KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, Even J? whole boards were licked away in some places, while In others immense holes had been worn through the soft planks by the rasping action of CUNN'S CHAPEL. the harsh tongues, energetically applied throughout the night. Mr. J. D. Bobbitt was in Lancnster When Mr. Hamilton arose next Tuesday. morning his gaze fell upon n singular Mr. Hunter Davis has purchased a spectacle of turbulence nnd ruin. Hi: Resum- Chevrolet car. cows were full of salt and lime nnd Mr. Jesse McCulley spent Sunday bawling for water. Some of them, es with open mouths burrowing in the with Mr. Clarence Sparks. Mr. Dewey Dailey has been suffer dust, were casting dirt into the air Ing very severely with n bone felon, ivith their front feet. "Mandjr" Leaves llomt. Miss Jessie Myrtle Isbell was u guest of Misses Bcrnice and Bessie A certain cow named Mandy, ap Owensboro, Ky., May 21st, 1919. Teater. parently in more poignant distre.s "I'm able to get out in the garden Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Teater and Mr, than the others, had broken throue.li and work, now the first work I've Elbert Teater motored to Lexington the fence into an adjoining lot, where done in four months", Walter Sam- Thursday. she drank so much water that her uels, a well known retired farmer re Mr. Wiley B. Burton has been lis size was suddenly increased to elepsiding at 1310 Hathnwny street. charged from the army and arrived hantine proportion s. Her respiration Owensboro, said recently. Mr. Sambecame labored and wheeiy. uels has been a resident of Owens- home Sunday. With head nnd tail nloft and ejes Messrs John and Tom Matt Chan boro for the past 14 years. Kljaniinsr. the suddenly bolted, sweep "Work's really a pleasure for me. dler spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ing aside or leaping over every hai since I've taken Trutona", he contin- Harvey Teater. rier, and wns soon nfU'rwnrdj heard Miss Thelma Simpson was in Lan of a mile nnd a half beyond Stanfoid. ue "I wa3 suffering from muscular My hands and limbs caster Friday and Saturday for the rl.eiiir.atism. Mr. Hamilton r.t once dispate ed a would swell so badly I couldn't do Teachers examination. man nn n horse in pursuit with in anything. I also suffered severe Mr. and Mrs. Carl May art? vrelcom- - structions to overtnke and bring pa.ns in my spinal column and chest. ing a hanusome little son, : who arriv. Mundy back at all hazards. Two My appetite why, I didn't eat hard- ed May Kith. He bears the name of days have passed nnd she hasn't yet ly eno'igh to keep me alive. Neil. been recovered, but a late message "One week ago I was suffering un-toMr. and Mre. Hughev Moberlev from the horseman states that the agony, but today I feel better trail is "very hot". than 1 have in years and Trutona's spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Exactly how to restore his rebel the reason. Th swelling has left Harvey Teater and Mr. and Mrs. Ho- - lious cows to a calm'und normal state my hands and limbs. The pains in bart 1 eater. was for Mr. Hamilton a problem of my chest have ceased to bother me, Mr. George Hall l.a'd the misfor- some difficulty. A solution was My nppeite is improved, nUo. tune Sunday morning of having his too. found in feeding them warm gruel I've spent $1000 trying to get relief house burned. By hard and steady made of wheat bran and by permitbut Trutona has done more for me work most of the household goods on ting them to drink only small quanthan all the rest put together. I'm the first floor were saved, The fire tities of water at n time. Through sure Trutona will do the same for was caused from a defective Hue. this treatment, continued for two others suffering as I did." dns, the herd was quckly pacified Simply Couldn't Ce Don;. Trutona is now being introduced nnd is now in the soothing embrnce Mother knew Mteml practical gifts and explained in Lancaster at !!. E. were til be given Pinlel. wi slip was of ii profound contentment. McUOBKUTS DRUG STORE. preparing him In ndvnnee by telling Milk Unfit For U.e. (Advertisement.) li'm In' was In he itimreilatlw of tirnc The situation was complicated by tlrnl sifts n well at toys. "But, moth- the dUcovery that milk from these Our philosopher says: Birds in thtf T. Mild til. tilth fellow, "rnv nnnrr. cows was so impregnated with an !. dm! for clntor Nn't so hlir that 1 1 garden are a lot cheaper on' better alkali saline flavor as to be unlit for than I'arii green an' other poions far shoes and men tiling." rhlcugn human use. For this reason Mr. Ham bugs. to throw ilton has been compelled away lt0 pounds of butter and t" uUv to Ids hogs 000 gallons of the milk. Moreover, he has tem porarily cancelled his contract to sup ply two Louisville hotels with milk BECKER and BALLARD. PROGRESS MADE IN GARDEN WORK. Retired Farmer Home Duties After Useing Trutona A Week. The feature of Chesterfields is that they bo-gwhere other cigarettes leave off. In other words, besides pleasing the taste, Chesterfields go 'em all one better they satisfy! Just like a long drink of cold water satisfies when you're downright thirsty. No other cigarette can give you this new thing in cigarette enjoyment because none can copy Chesterfield's blend. It's a blend of the finest TURKISH tobaccos from Xanthi, Cavalla, Spiyrna and Samsoun and several varieties of the choicest DOMESTIC. And the blend itself tho skill with which these tobaccos have been proportioned is a real discovery in cigarette making. in Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish M M and Domestic tobaccos -- blended 'm m m Tht Movie Tariff. Harold whs lulil to tun over sod we what the prlre were for u special picture idiots Inc at the movies thut evening. When lie rame hack he raid: "It's 11 rents for children and 17 cents for the overgrown." Can You Beat It? To pretcnt misuse of automnUles a has been Invented that print within u lucked tmx n record of the lime and duration of firry Mop made by !t ear to which It Is ntlnrlied and the distance ami sjmssI between stops. iece Watch for Alrquakes. An, Kngllsh astronomer of ptnml-neiir- e linn udrxiiced the theory thut there lire alrquiike, entirely Independent of cnrthquiilcs, that are cnuxsl by the eiphwli.n of meteor In the 15 PER an'! butter Dizzy-Wreck- ed A Rare. Bird THE 1919 BUCK SIX is extraordinary and excellent quality. Easy riding and made of that durable material for which the Buick Is famous. We can deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleasto demonstrate. ed CENT His Automobile. REDUCTION ON ALL TERES REX GARAGE CONN & CONN, Two years ago my stomach trou ble got so bad that I was almost constantly filled with gas. This made me very dizzy ut times. Last I'.ill I was utmost overcome by one of these dizzy spells while driving my car, and ran it Into a telephone pole, budly wrecking the car. A friend Mnyr's Wonderful recommended liemcdy for my trouble. Since taking the first dose I have steadily improved, and feel better now than'ever in my life". It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract nu aiiays ine inuammation wiucn causes practically all stomach, liver mid Intestinal ailments, including ap pendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. H. E. McKOB- EK.TS, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. Our philosopher says: Tryin' to fig ure eer) thing out on a dollar an' rents basis Is a dangerous business, because there's thousands of thingi worth mn'f'n money. Price $1495.00 F: O. B. Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Proprietors. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 22. 1919 STOP! LOOK! of FARM ANIMALS i PROTECTION OF FEEDER HOGS LISTEN! AND GAS. ENGINE Department of Agriculture Conduct! System of Vaccination Against Hog Cholera. Il'rrrarcd of li)r tin- - In mi irfnrt lln- - mtnitry npiltist tin' I" pmtert AKrlculturp.) Hi" swine t'nllnl Mntri I)art-ment"- .f We nn equipped with muchlncry to do nil kinds if Introducing hnirs Into will herds, mill tit llio nunc tltni' I" penult I lie hlptuent frnm Mock jiinli Ill'KS. till' Ulllllll of Hml.IT llllll AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING Vc can On nil makes of Automobiles or Knj?ines. furnish you with n new battery or repair your old one. e battery charter We have installed and are now ready for battery changing. With our Acuyteleni! and Oxyjjen Welding we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, nas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, (las Engine or any other kind df machinery, call us and we will be tfl.'itl to come to your rescue either day or nij;ht. No jobs , too law or too small. We also carry a larjte stock of auto parts ftr Kurds and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which jrives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Kree Air and are eqiupped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction iUMip-to-dat.Mu-ehi- Stales dipiirtmetit of nsrlculttiri' n cyMem of uioi limtli'ii nKiilut tli'ilt rn ns n part if lis lnj Di llon , rv-Int tin' vurlmis kmk jiinl null i Mori liar's Hi-rtlinn , fur shipment hi Miickrr itml ftiiliTt front Mink jnrds of 1S illli-ilurlnc tin' lv inimths from .Inly li l) I'llllliiT, lillS III To ItCCOtll- - r. handiomm pound and half pound Itn humidorr-o- nd pound thai ttatty ...... fA ,tJmmmJ,Um ptottil Ap 0pong moitttnit top thut foiVarra pttttit cenairisn in ucn flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke than you ever before collected ! P. A.'s built to fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands! It has the jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran PUT it guaranteed. Patrick Rtcognlje Tin' nmnl & Conn. Inoculatlng a Hog With Choltra rum. Se- HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. this wll limit irr:i'llnc illi-ni- , t i. fnee of all the rtsjulnsl, of omtvt', muIi do". phasos iiiro tluit tlo' hImIihii of irnif of tho lnpisrtlon s Ktctn mny nut uIhiijs nppnri'tit to nil conci-rnisl- . With khIiii' lnmlliz liy rnrlouils nnil Urnlnlomls from priHliiclne nrciit Into riys I mill If Ktork jnnlof tin- rountry, tin- - ju'tis of Mich ynnls tin- - Miiti'Mii-nt- . nro lni'ltnMy lufocti'il with tin common nhIiio iIIm-ii- , of Mhhh choh-rI" tin- - tnot Importntit. Ilwlni: to tills ronrlltloti ftilvrnl restilutloiis formerly rispilrcsl the lntu;titt'r of snlnp hut after the sennit nnil virus treatment uirnln-- t lioc cholera tiitiinrilrKl the polhlIlty of relil-Iiln- ir Immnture li"i' for further feeil-- I nc rrMilti'il In ii tnixllllrntlon of the rules. 1'nder the plnn mm- - In force sMlne prop'rly Micetnnteil nnil illsln-'ctemny he rehlpiel forsny hreeillui;. Immunlr.lni; hoes nti;lnt rholern Is n eterltiHij- priHislure, Including the pretintlie-Mrnitiiklnc of temperatures nnil oIimtvIiic the mnill-llm- i of the nlillnal iliirliic the test s perloil. Nei'esurlly the olllclnl nre of technlrul chnrncter, nnil It hns mine to the nttentlon of the lie. pnrtment of nuTlrulture Hint In H'Tiie rnvs the rule lime heen mllnterpre-tei- l mi on to tnnke them nppvnr rt'pon-lli)- i for fluctuation In the stork-homarket. For 'the Informntlon of the pulillr, the littreHti of nulnuil Inilutry outline" lira My the inethoil of liiM'ctlon : All puhllc utock ynnls nre mnhl-erii- l to he lufecteil nnil nnlne lire, tn the rontuclon therefore, eipo-e- l from the time of their entry Into the roti'.isiuently It rs Importntit nris; tlmt they he Immunized promptly lifjnrils, to protert ter nrriwil nt them nKHlnt rontrnrllni: the illsenve. For that reiiMin the ilepiirttneiit the Immitnlzutlnn of Milne Hint lime heen mi exposed fur more than Hoes, though they mny not lle show plijslnil sjinptoms of tholeni, mny In Mime lntnnces lienfToctedHlth the ilK. oti' to Mich an estetitthut Hill not protect them. It Is not irinlll.le lo Immunlre anlne for Imtnedliitu xlilpment Inter- tlite If they hov K)niitoms of or Infectious ilUenfe. If n eonldernlile percentiiKe of the niihiinls In n let Is found tn have hlch temperatures, the posblo pri'M'tieu of dlM'ttM- - Is Inillcntiil uml the nre not Immunized or permitted to he khlpped InterMnte. H U pov-lh- le tu have Iiokh wltti I1I1.-I- temiK-raturiiih a result of rondltlons KurroiindlnK the Milpment to market, In H tilth ence they Hill return to normal within 11 hurt time. in tin- - against ! Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want thing you do next. And, put to find out the it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy 'us jimmy pipe or the papers every once and n while. And, puff to beat the cards Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke! R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-SaleN. C double-quickest ' I Value r.f Canal. (tin ti I'h '.:t l In th nor" with Hie tnnt fit'nl uiltili triptlon of HII nl Wher-tie- r lay of tin- - land (xmiilK ih Tilni-hair made n mini. Thus tli-are rnMl 'In rnrry tin- - product of tlii'lr Inlx'r tu market nl n minimum ll' Plants Air and Light. If iottiil plants nre ot In JardiIn- - Mire nieres, no water tnnd In llii'tn uml Hint tin- - Jardiniere l larse i iiimcli tu urmlt of clmilntlon of nlr r.iutid II. Plants need iurt n ttlr uml cleanliness iim muchns ' ti helii;. Give ih ej nn Environment Counti. It Is well to remember lint erivlnm-min- t linn much to dn with nehleu"-mi-n- t. The nertllin with r.ciiril to anil Ai'tlnte only with thu-- e hIhi lire entile. 'I hat -- pHHn salt l l rhap the tiiiimnnet of nil nrc full of i nlhii.iiin ntul . . Keep il.ise to n'onlr who u rtlllou uml pp villi In to snoi-etslu. '"rente ponce In tin' tin- - kitchen n Hi ll n nt tin- - table. encuurnce - Srottlli lioti'tli'iliN whore liomi'. Make of It n hurlHir of ri'f nc. There artU Hill lu lu in iioh n-- t rri ncv Hint ii means of esiupe front n wnrk-n-damlt tixil nt t ! fnmlly tnbln worlil. If you lll ili this. .Mm Hill the nlt hi'II on the rond Imnrrfilily ktpt M.ui'lln: un tli" fnm- (ooti find )inirM-lI lly Itll.le. Mirce, IVrn lliiHiinl. ' Salt nd Supt rtlltlon. as soon as the hatchinc season is over, the State will save at least a million Tennei'e purchasers of dairy cat cool dollars. Kvery est; is a Rood li tle have lately foirtid that many ckk when it is laid; but seventeen from a recent shipment from out of every hundred are b,ail ecus tuberculosis. have Illinois Three I when they reach the market. Most cnrloads tested by inspectors of the of these seventeen ecus spoil because Tennessee Department of Agriculture they are fertile. Without the roostand the Federal Ilurcnu of Animal ers in the (locks there will be just as Industry showed from SO to "JO per many ckks this summer J but they will cent of the nnimali with "T B". Pend be infertile and they will not spoil ing the outcome of a searching quickly The roosters should bo durby the llureau of Animal In- ing Rooster Week, June 2nd to 7th. dustry, persons about to bay stock, The editor hopes that every farmespecially- - dairy stock, arc cautioned er's wife who reads this will swat the to be certain what they are buyinu rooster or have him penned up for the anil from whom they arc buyinu. summer to help the State save a million dollars. I 'T B' Stock goes South. of farmers and stock crowcrs from fourteen counties, attended the silage-test cattle sale at the Experiment Station at Lexington, Mny Keen interest was shown in this second year of testing the relative feed- Save Million Dollars. swateed If the roosters in Kentucky are or separated from the liens Sale Attracts Crowd. ing value of corn silage and sorghum silage. Two pens of 10 steers each Were fed ISO days in the test jui. closed. Each lot received exactly ration. The only difference in fced-th- e same grain and cotton seed meal ing was that one lot was fed corn silage and the other was fed sorghum silage. Another year's feeding will complete this most interesting test which has shown so far the high feeding value of sorghum silage as compared with corn silage. The 20 steers sold under the hammer for A larpe and representative crowd $10.25 per hundred. I THE CLARK GATE Distinguished by Absolute Merit Clark Automatic Gate is the peoples choice, first in favor the wide world over, anil universally leading all others everywhere. Kasy to operate, Automatically opens, closes Always in working order Climatic and locks. conditions have no eircct. Satisfaction sells thousands of Clark Automatic Gates. Agent For Garrard County. jr - M.m ...umitmniM.iill V. MOnzit Shifting Oears'' In High Gear gj ih. A. T. SCOTT PHONE 194. LANCASTER, KY III I IIIWM " TIT PTTl rTTTI gTHi- II Diaw Check Showing the World What 600,000 Owners Know A :to:k Mrxlel 90 Overland touring car again proved its p hish stamina by smashing completely the world's rear record. This test was made in Oklahoma. anil the shift lever was The car was sealed in high gear removed. Not once was there the slightest mechanical trouble, the least hesitation, or the faintest break in the smooth, even action of the Overland motor. This standard car is an exact duplicate of the Model 90 wc will be glad to show )ou. non-sto- mm) "i for the money youtif e nnil notehuw much more respectfully your creditors you. They like lo do business with a man who has an account ut the Live Stock Start trultiliiu the colt early. A furroMliiK ' 'T The Garrard Bank Girrard Bk & Trust Co thins to protect the rnll In the ien la a i;ool youiiL' pls. They know he ! doinK bmlneM In a busirMS llkr .vay. Iteltfr upen auch an account even It your alTalra are not iarite. rliev will ruw all nislit. I'Iks will die It allowed their ilnma utter weunluir. milk li poisonous. n coots to The old Lancaster Auto Sales Lancaster, Ky. OraluJ U-- Co. t W Kutr 1" TosriM Cr. VS. Ifcti. TW & Trust Company Until the lumlis are uhout throe iveoks old they thould he fed four pint of milk be-ltimes dally, oue-hn(Itcd each lamb at each feed. Come to our tuxc I The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 22, 1919. KnerTwiK Per Hundred Pounds, BINDERS McCormick and Deering. We can deliver to your Come over or sta- The best twine that money can buy absolutely the first quality can be bought during May at Welchs for only f. o. b. Berea. Get your order in early and be sure of this big saving. WAGONS TOBACCO SETTERS! BEMIS OR TIGER. WIRE FENCE- - CULTIVATORS All sizes, any kind yen want. don't wait till you need one before buying. Let us ship today and then you are sure. If you could come over and see yourself it would please! you. Be sure and WHY PAY WORE Sugar, per 100 lbs, $10.50 Shorts or middlings, $3.00. Best Millet, per bu. $4.00. Whippoorwill cow peas $5 Hen Feed per 100 lb $3.65 Galv Roofing per sq. $5.50 Sherwin-William- s paint at only $3.50 90 Red Slate Roofing $2.75 tion and save you $25.00. call u by phone and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE". Ours are the newest improv These prices are delivered to ket. Better get yours before they are all gone. your station. ed. We will rfave you real money fence OLD HICKORY. if you get your order to us at 4 ft. No. 9 Top only 55c. 2 4 Complete only . $115.00. once. HUc. 1 It all no. only $120.00. Heavy 4 point Barbed wire 80 3 in. complete only Don't Wait till it is too late. This price is under the maronly $5.00. The best price in THIS world Remember we are Head quarter for everything in wire now at WELCH'S BIG STORE. ' ... 3-- Make a pleasure trip to our store. It will pay you big dividends. See the greatest Furniture Department in Eastern Kentucky. The kind that reflects real character for the woman who cares. Our 17 departments are all full of interesting things for you. Seeing is believing. Come for we will both make money. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Vice of the Virtuous. The peculiarity nf ts that BEREA, KENTUCKY. Cracks At Creation. r, Germany has heard of find will probably be delighted meet him. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." Would you rather hae your suni' mer job in the field or the infield? WOLF TRAIL. SERIOUS CHARGE C. E. M, S. the next few weeks will be a Victory loan button with a "plus" badge. spent Mln ' 'Speaking cf immigration restric nigh! Myrtie Tenter Dailey. Tuesday with Miss Bert to tion., one ret of enemy aliens ian Le Messrs Harmon and Hunter Davis barred out of this country without one objection being "raised. We re- have purchased a Chevrolet car. In her relation to the peace conMr. Jesse Sebastian was a fuestof to the cooties. ference, China seems to be at the fer Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dailey last I ranking point. The peace conference at last pre- week. Miss Jessie II. Ray spent the weekAmi They Thought 'Vs Ooulin't pared a menu to present to Germany Fight"! Maybe They Dreamed We On examination it strikes us that it end with Misses Myrtle and Grade includes considerable crow and a Teater. Wouldn't Lend. good deal of humble pie. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater and son Swat the fly. It is sufficient that Lexington, For the next forty years the Amer- Elbert motored to he should be an Individual. Do.i't let ' ican legion will occupy the place him be an ancestor too. Mrs. Abe Uurton spent the week which the G. A. It. formerly held. The most fashionable ornament for And thank God, their watchword is end In Madison with her mother, Mrs. ' "100 per cent Americanism". Layton. Mrs. Mose Itay nnd sons Itolan and Elmer, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Remley's Trial Set For Thursday. It Is the vice nf i virtuous. It nil ell the one bint imi i ntherwh m HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Bask Phones Office S. Re.Uence 37. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. tiiilde character. Germany has a providence watchMi.s Columbia is happy now that ing over her. She wanted war and she finds the handbag with the Monhe got enough of it. Then she wantroe doctrine in it wasn't lost after all. ed peace, and now she has more of it than she knows what to do with. Holland v.ill give up the is readily and generously. There Our modest young returned solprobably nothing that she would diers and sailors are much more anxrather part with. ious about the fit of their new "civ-ies- " Several of President Wilson's fourthan over public demonstrations, teen points seem to hare been lost in liut arrange the demonstrations anythe scramble. And now Germany is how they'll like 'em. calling for them. A man likes to make his vacation If Mexico decrees a ten mile dry as much of a contrast to his ordinary zone all along her border, the wets life ns possible. A riilroad conducwill consider that Mexican insult has tor simply loves to spend his vacation been added to U. S. injury. making appointments and being a lit tle late in keeping them. The farmer has heard the injunc lion to "raise food", and that is an fxcollent thing. But unfortunately the profiteer has heard it too. "Kryptok", "Windsor", "Shuron", "Sheltex" "Fitsu", in fact all the Americans used to be renowned "tyles in Spectacles and in Kurope for being good spenders., furnished by the Byrne Optical SerNow their reputation throughout the vice, at Kengnrlan Hotel, Lancaster, world will be that of good lenders. May 20 to .list. Andrew Stotts. Mr. and Mrs. NeUoc Davis spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. nnd Mrs. This is the season when bird students wonder what they should do if their other branches of study could take wings and fly away from them as the birds do. Now is the time when the hjui:-wif- e renew her acquaintance with floor wax and furniture polish, and finds that they are the Mmu old n friends ntT. If Germany objects to the bill of fare the allies will probably take tho attitude of the Western e restuarant-keeper- who, revolver in JmnJ, used to say to a critical guest, "Stranger, you'll tat hash". , Powell Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Folger of Somerset, made a recent visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fuin. Miss Thelnia Simpson was a guest of .Mrs. Allen Teater and Miss Myrtle Monday night. Mr. und Mrs. John Dailey enter tained a number of relatives and friends at dinner, Sunday. Mrs. Elijah McMillian and sou, Holman, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Hay of Poor Itldge. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Hunter Davis and little daughter, spent Monday night with Mr. mid Mis. James Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and son were visitor Sunday of her par elits, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sebastian. Mf. Andrew Stotts and daughter, Miss Eunice were guests Wednesday of Mri. Mose I'ay and daughter, Mis Jessie II. Mr. und Mrs. John Dailey and Ranrrs and Refrigerators, that we ('aughters, Mr, and Mrs. Powell Dailey and family were in Lnntuitcr srr making special prices on. Wa hava a splendid stock of stoves, Thursday. Wa guarantea to save you money. Mr. und Mrs. Carl Moberley ami 15-2W. J. Romans. daughter, spent Sunday in Madison with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. AnARC YOUR WORK STOCK SKIN- drew Clark. NED UP Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Moberley and If theyr'e not given attention they little daughter, May spent the weekwill be unfit for use. Get a bottle of end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. REMEDY, Harvie Teater. PARKIS' HEALING make it according to directions. It Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey and will heal these galls ami every other son, Earl, Mrs. James Land and little kind of sores and you can work the grand-daughte- r, motored to Lancaster horse every day. W. A. Dickerson. Monday afternoon. All The Styles. Stoves and Ranges. i C. E. Remley, aged -- L was arrested in Lexington, Saturday, at his home on Ashland avenue, by Deputy Fire Marshal Hen Freckman, of that city, on n charge of setting fire to the warehouse of C. T. Ashley, which was destrryrd bv fire at the Southern ot FUNERAL DIRECTOR in Nicholesvllle, Wednesday night Otllce 0er National Hank. May 7th, between 11 and - o'clock. IteaiJence ehoi.e 3. Office J'hone,27 Itemley was brought to Nicholas-vill- e and gave bond for his appear-iinc- e I.ANCASTKlt. KY. before the county court Friday for examination. The bond was fixed W. I For tfct Treatment of at $1,500 and his father-in-laTubrcu1o$'n Gluts, signed th-- i bond. The accused Maintained by the Loumille formerly lived at Camp Nelson, but Association for moved to Leington a few months lite adequate treatment cf tuberago. Ilemley claims, he is not guilty then culosis In -- H Its stages at I of the charge and that he will prove u. Kates $15.00 per wrtl, medical attention, j board, his innocence nt the proper time. Lick. i Kentuoky. laundry, etc High ground com j In the warehoufc was a large mandlng extensile iew. Of light amount of baler straw ami hay, bar-- j fut surroundings. Special rates for ley, oats and sacks which belonged to ( ff treatment II nvmrr, fAjwrtfMw bee.ffrl oulbl. fei the C. T. Ashley Co. There was also Bihl e rhtt4tn in CAr, HimJwJ in the warehouse about 1,000 bushels faiaeJfarfMM, (Utm k, LUlltt JCft VETERINARIAN. of hemp seed which belonged to W, tar L. Glass, father-in-laof Mr. Hem- Calls Answered Promptly Day or Icy. The loss on the warehouse und Nliht. Phone 317, BOOKKEEPING contents is about $18,000. Mr. Glass Buslssss,PhoBograpfiy LANCASTER., KENTUCKY, had 7,000 insurance on the hemp TYPEWRITING and seed. Mr. Ashley had $2,000 insur TELEGRAPHY ance on th building, which was worth WllWiMlTH BUSINESS COUESE fee, ms nlout $0,000. Jessamine Journal. ir,Ceieee4ti foilee! t. rrtenlty. llTlT-IUnt ku rostra.. iiMrU.rt ! mere a, ..Wttle.B JV tai txnklDffan--kualiif), atao at Jean aV)V".(ntr nn, oust Diss t vnmr for Playing Safe. UrM WILBIM m. SUTM,tale.l,H7. Hilly urnlc u letter l S'lnta Claus Fine Cut Flowers. and when tie tlnNlii-i- l lit' nki'il Ids fa ther for n heil;. "i"iiiii" said the little fellow In way of explanation, "of FRUIT AND SHADE TREES John M. lit ii CIiiiih Ilk in my p. imirx.' STRAWBERRY PLANTS, crr or mnbi ihe'il gu ntr and strike CLIMBING VINES. on t'brltnm ei'." L J. A.Beazlev Hazelwood Sanatorium H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Or. Printus Walker Honaker Auctioneer. 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