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DEDICATION COMMENCEMENT I n SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBIR 8. will receive diplomas, it being one of the largest, If not the largest class In the history of the school. The first number of the program will be given tomorrow, (Friday) evening, by tho Music Department of which Mr. May Hughes Noland has supervision This will be a Music Kecital. On Saturday afternoon nt three o'clock nnother music recital will be gien by the tame department and at which time there will be song by the Primer class ami First (irade. Sunday evening June 1st, the ser- inon to the graduating rlns will be iclicred by Rev. It. S. Hud.on At thi service fp.-cia-l music will be furnished by t'le choir of the town. thee farm. which hnt lein well drilled for the c- Then on June 18th, they have serat.on and fcon.c delightful muiic i cured for l'ubllc Auction ale one of anticipated, the ery best and most fertile farm Mtnd.iy evening, June 2m. mark Everybody County. in LInoln t'-doting of the program, .men the V. Cirpcnter and Mr. Adam Know Kindunt.n,' i::ircises will takj place know what a fine farm he own. I22 M eight o'li.xk. Profowr K. I'. acre In the heart of the famous I'nrquhar, f tl.r Univcrsitv of Kvn. Church ection of the Hani,-- . tucky, wil! dtlhcr the' princir.id sik- In? Fork alley. This farm is nearly ilrct on this invasion. all In blue crass and ha been o for All of the rxrrcises will lake place It ha grated more bin cattle nt the school auditorium and the en than most any other farm In the Is Invited to nttem! all of Cflinty, having everlasting water. It tile puulic ha a magnificent brick residence, 4 then. ttcck born and all out buildings'. In The public was always Interested the closing of our High School nnd r.r Kulnetiroad. will subdivide and sell the farm In cvemt tract and It with the splendid program announced, It to be an absolute talc onil the farm we doubt If the auditorium will be able to hold the populace. will obtolutely chance ownership, it will be put up and told to the highest bidder! Lnhl buyer tiki ta bid on land any rewhen It I offered without servation as t'j price. Col. Swine-broa- d will also sill for Mr. CarpenIn Washter a lot of ttock, farming implement etc, and this will be one of the largest land ale of the year, and wo Hon. W. V. Richardton, in his predict considerable competition In Washington notes to the Danville Adthe bidding on this land. Then on June IPth. he will tell a vocate, say thi of Judge Charles A. In Hardin: dandy little farm of 70 acre "Judge Charles A. Hardin'i beauBoyle County for immediate posscss-ic- n tiful reference to President Wilson cr poeion January' 1. 1920. In his opening announcement for Look out for M advertisement. Congres hasvbccn read and much appreciated in Administration circles in thi city. It Is the general impression in Wathington that the genial Judge will have u walk-ove- r in hit we are column In our clasified race. In fact, It looks from here that our carrying an advertitcment for he will have an a easy ti victory in good friend and former townsman, the primary, if indeed he has opposicolored Henry Simpon, who want a tion at nil, as he will in the general In chauffeur to drive hi Packard car August 2nd. Kentucky Surely election on and around Lexington. needs just a man of his calibre from 1 Henry not going to give u the "go the L'ighth District and he will pull up by" but will come over occasionally the nveragc intelligence to the equip- and take us out for a little spin. bnuni it maintained before the defeat of Swagcr Sherley. He will make a strong backer of President Wilton and is Just the man for reconstruction field man, are kept busy nil the time on different ileal. They had made n contract with Mr. C. M. Bnck to ell hi 100 acre farm at Hutonvlllc at Auction on June 10th, however before they had time to get out their advertisement they sold the farm privately to Nathan Hall nt close to 1260.00 per acre. Had the form been advertised It would have gane through the Auction ns Swlncbrnnd never ell the farm privattly after advertising It. Thee real estate men and by the I ome hustler too way, Mr. Mo will ell n fine Green rler farm of 210 acre on June 11th and a 150 acre Iloylf County furm on June 12th, look up the advertisement of JUDGE HARDIN TO LOCAL MEN CHOS - 'HON. WILLIAM EN BY DODGE BE NOMINEE H. SHANKS The Real Estate Man, First Number On Pro - of Buckeye Consolidat- BROTHERS gram Tomorrow Eve- - ed High School Build Other Candidates Fail Stanford's Honored CitWill Sell Several mg. nmg. To Qualify and Pre- Big Possibilities For izen Announces For Farms In The Near sent Circuit Judge New Dealers In AuLieutenant Governor. Future. FifUcn Crsdustrs. On Saturday, May 21th, occurred one of the most Interesting days in tomobile Field of Will Be Next just oh the ee of a the history of Buckeye District the Lancaster Several and influential Swlnebro.nl, our local real estate preporo dedication of the new school building. friends, on Hon. William II. Shanks, irpnerullv known a the very Interesting program, . mmThriving ComCongressman. tory to the closing exerci.es of the The welcome address was given by were over from Stanford last Mon real estate "Sale Wizard" together Lancattcr High School, when fifteen Rev, D. K Sebastian, pastor of Buck day, pushing the latters candidacy for munity. with V. K. Moss, hi nilvcriiung anu graduatei SWINEBROAD, eye Baptist church. No other candidate qualifying for Supervisor Virgil Chapman then the special primary- - election called by spoke on "Advantages of Consolida the Democratic Committee of the Eighth District, Judge Charles lion." A. Mr. Chapman was followed by Prof Hardin, ofHarrodsburg, will receive Chas. D. Lewis, of Berea College, who the Democratic nomination for Con- gave a splendid address. gresse In this district to succeed the Mi Jestle Yancey of Mason Coun late Congressman Helm without op ty tpoke on the work of the "Modern position. May 21 wa the last day Health Crusadors." for candidate to qualify, and Judge Mir Moore of Berea College spoke Hardin wns the only one to pay In the briefly on Domestic Science. entrance fee. liev. C. I). Strother made a short Under the terms of the call for the appeal for the Illiteracy Commission. primary, which appeared In The sub-coProf. Abner of Bucna Vista also Central Record, the gave nn address. mittee composed of Dr. T. N. Welch, There were several very enjoyable of Jessamine County; J. E. Robinson musical numbers. The Lancaster of Garrard county, nnd B. A. Long, High School Girls under the leader- of Shelby county, will meet in Nich- ship of Mr. May Hughes Noland, olasvllle on Thursday, June C, ami rendered a b;nutiful clionu. certify Judge Hardin as the duly acMis Amy Dawes of Bryantsvllle credited Democratic nominee to the rendered two violin selections. She Secretary of State. was accompanied by her mother at The run-of- f between Judge Hardin the piano. and the Republican nomiree wilj be Miss Hope Sanders, the at? on n special election called for AugLittle tractive little five year old daughter ust 2, th, same day as the State Pri of Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders of mary.. As there Is certoin to be a Buckeye delighted the audience by large Democratic vote polbd on that singing "Jesus Wants Me For a Sun day on nccount of the keen rivalry beam". for non.inntions for State office tho Mr. Arnold of Point Lick represent noriinntion is considered equivalent ed the High School there by a well to election. The Republican in rendered Roman recitation. State convention last week in LexMiss Elizabeth Johnson Walker ington endorsed n list of can lidates gave ii humorous recitation. Master for Mate offices und ns n result but James Burnett Gilbert recited "Lit- few members cf thrt party will take the trouble to go to tho polls on State tle Boy Blue". A bountiful dinner was served by Primary Jay. the ladies of the community. Judge Hardin, the nominee-elec- t, is Despite the fact that the day was nt pnvtnt Circuit ge of th's Jurainy nnd unpleasant a large crowd dicial PMrict nnd ha served both ns wa in attendance. omaimwealth Attorney nnd County The erection of this handsome Atlorr.i.y of Mercer County. He ! building marks the dawn of a new well c ualificd by temperament nnd day for the Buckeye section and by experience for the position and should the of the eitizens and make tl c district nn able representa teachers great things are expected to tive. result from thi step. Recognition of Garrard County a a thriving community that gives promise of big opportunities in the automobile field, has led Dodge Brothers to establish representation here with Kinnaird Brother as the newly appointed dealers. Messrs Kinnaird have just been notified that they now have the exclusive selling rights in this territory. The remarkable popularity of the Dodge Brothers Motor Car has caused automobile men all over the coun try to clamor for talcs privileges, but Dodge Brothers policy of quality In selling methods, ns well as quality In the car, requires a painstaking inves tigation In every Instance before a selection is made, in Messrs Kinnaird, Dodge Brothers have dealers on whom th!y believe they may rely for both progressiveness and fair business methods. The prompt manner In which Dodge Brothers assumed one of the fore most positions in the automobile in dustry is regarded as a striking tcstimonial to the high regard in which their name was held bj" the public even before they marketed a motor cur bearing this name. Prior to that time Dodge Brothers had built the vital parts for more than a half mil lion other cars, establishing a repu tation for thoroughness and mechnn-leaskill. This reputation has been more than upheld. It is said of Dodge Brothers in explanation 'of their unusual sue cess, that they spare no money or effort in building a car to suit their particular ideas of thoroughness in manufacture. What their ideas on this subject mean to the purchaser of their product may be Imagined from the fact that they have a staff of more than 700 inspectors who do nothing but check up on workmanship In the various processes of manufuc ture. In addition there are several large departments devoted entirely to similiar work, such as the physical and chemical laboratories where raw and finished materials are subjected to tests so thorough as to leave no doubt of the quality. It is significant that the first Dodge Brothers Motor Car ever built was made up exactly as a car is made in Orthe regular line of production. dinarily the "experimental Job", as the first car is known, is built of castings because of the great time and expense involved in preparing dies for forgings, Dodge Brothers, however, decided that their experimental car should be like the car they expected to build, in every detail, so that neither they nor the public might be "fooled". So they spent almost a year in making these dies and preparing otherwise for a completely Manufactured car. As a result, when he enr wns built they knew-- what they had and the public might expect of their product. As a further result this first car, although only an "experimental job", is still in daily service on the hardest runs experimenting under nil sorts of road conditions and with a record of more than 150,000 miles behind it. Tills Is but nn illustration of the many things unique in the history of Dodge Prothers us manufacturers. Public approval of their principles of thoroughncH is teen In the rapid expansion of Dodge Brothers Works made necesjj.ry by public demand. In December, 1914, it was a plant of less than 2U mret. Today Dodge Brothers. Works covers 90 acres of lloor ' space. the Democratic nomination for Lieu tenant Governor. Mr. Shank was here also for an hour or so and met many friends who will go their length for him, many contending that he will be as strong in Garrard as he will be In his home county, and those from Lincoln say he will carry that county solid. Last Saturday's Interior Journal contained the following concerning his announcement: "Hon. William H. Shanks, of this city, decided last night that he would make the race for the democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor, which means that he will win the nomination in August and the office in November. That he will add great strength to the ticket in the final election, none who know the splendid gentleman will gainsay. No better timber for the important place can be He is a business found anywhere. man and knows the necessity of a business administration, and when he occupies the executive chair, in the absence of the governor, none may feel the least uneasy that he will do anything that will bring discredit to the administration. As presiding officer of the Senate he will be the one man for the place. A splendid parliamentarian, a strong speaker, able at all times to maintain his equal!-briuwe predict that his work will be an example of fairness without a parallel. As stated in these column Thursday, Mr. Shanks is a banker, a farmer, a licensed, but not a practicing lawyer, a big churchman, and was a leader in the Liberty Loan, Victory Loan, Red Cross and other drives. He was chosen as leader because of his ability to do things, and he proved In every instance that he was the man for the place. He is a Simon-pur- e democrat and a gentleman in all that the word implies. As a citizen no man in this or any other section ranks higher, and old Lincoln county will show the outside world what she thinks of her favored and favor. te son in the primary a few months off. Wc predict that there will be less than a dozen votes against him In the 13 precincts of .this county, and that most of those will be by voters whose knowledge of the ballot is wanting. In an issue or so we hope to print a picture of the distinguished gentle man in these columns and give a brief history of his clean life. Following is Mr. Shanks' platform. It is brief, but it is good. Read it and you will agree with us: To The Democrats of Kentucky: I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, on August 2nd, 1919. I am a friend of labor. I am for amending, but not repealing the present tax law. I am for better roads. I am for better schools. I am for rigid economy in the man agement of the State's affairs, and elimination or consolidation of offices, where practicable. On the liquor question, I have al ways been a bone-dr- y man, and will do all that I can to advance the cause of temperance. I am for closer supervision of our yar, TRIBUTE To President Wilson HARDIN'S Appreciated ington Circles. Henry Simpson Wants Chauffeur. Mr. W. V. Gastineau sold recently There will be preaching at Fair-vie- to Mr. V. A, Lear and company, '.13 church every 2nd and 4th Sunead of hogs that averaged J95 day afternoon, at four oclock, by pounds for which he received $19.25 Kev. J. It. Moorman. The public i a hundred. They were all raised by cordially invited to attend these ser- Mr. Gastn-.eaand brought the snug vices. little su'm'of $3,500. Preaching-A- t Fairview. Good Hog Sale. To The Farmers. We have bought new grain bags to help handle your wheat this season, and as soon as the market opens come in nnd get tacks and sell us your wheat, guaranteeing you the highest Yours truly, market price. Lancaster Flour Mills, S. G. Vaughan, Prop. Taxes Due. The 1919 city taxes are now due and the books nre ready. We need the n.oncy to make tome needed re pairs on cur streets Those owing back taxes nre urged o pay same at once for all such de linquents will be advertised and their L. E. Herron. property sold. -City Marshall. 3t. Foot Doctor. We are carrying each week an advertisement for Dr. J. W. Weber, the celebrated foot doctor. He Is now making his headquarters at Danville where he can be consulted every Tuesday nnd Friday. He can be found at the Oldham Building every Thursday in Richmond, nnd at Stanford on Saturday of each week. It. Monument Fund Growing. fund Eloquent Address. The George O. Homes monument I growing, but not as rapidly us we had hoped it would. There may be those who think that It was the wish of the late Rev, Hurries thnt no marker be placed at hi or his wife's grave, but In this they are mistaken. Miss Marie Barnes, who knew her father perhaps better than any other person, wrote, and there I on tale today a book, the proceeds from which the had hoped to use in marking those If grave In the Danville cemetery. your name does not appear in the list of those who have donated to the fund and you feel like you were benefited by the life and work of the good evangelist, tend In your mite, or drop thi olflco a card laying that you will do so. You owe It to your-se- lf and to the memory of the man who did to much for you and the rest of hi fellow-men- . Interior Journal. An Umbrella. To place your umbrella In a rack indicate that it la about to exchange owner; in umbrella carried oer a woman, tho man getting nothing but the dripping of the rain signifies ta courtship! when the man ha tho and the woman the drippings, it indicate marriage; to carry it on angle under the urm signifies that nn eye ! to bo lost by tho man who follow you; to put a cotton umbrella by the side if a ilk one meuni "exchange it no robbery," to lend an umbrella may be interpreted, "I urn a bond. It. I with to especially thank the bank fool", to carry nn umbrella jutt high JUST RECEIVED: Car 28. gague enough to tear out men's ee and cathler for their very close and' 85 pounds 1 WANTED! On. hundr.d Coos loin corrugated galvanized Roofing. Bargain prico ti cust Pottti alto a Jaw end pott. Call knock off men's hat signifies, I am nearty J, It, Moorman, Chairman. move quickly. A. II. Bajtin and Co. this office, u woman!'. tf. One of the most eloquent addresses lelivcred in Lancaster in many uay." months, was the one last Sunday evening delivered by Hon. George W. Bain, of Lexington, his theme being, 'If I Had My Life To Live Over". Colonel Bain has always received n hearty welcome In Lancaster nnd the greeting that was accorded him last Sunday evening at the Christian Mr. J. K. Robinson, member from The new Danville Dally Messenger, church, the auditorium of which was the State-nt-larg- e of the State Kxccu-tl- e under the editorship of Mr. J. C. Al- packed, must have been an Inspiration committee left Tuesday after- eut k, Judging from the number of to him in the delivery of his masterly noon fer Louisville, on his way to well set advertisements and the inter- nddres, Chicago to attend the Democratic esting reading mutter it contains, i National Committee which met in destined to be n success from the that city yesterday nnd today. start. Some people seem sceptical A very good crowd came out to from as to Danville and her thriving com- county court last Monday, but there Ho will be accompanied Louisville by Gen- - Wm. B. Haldcman, munity supporting two dailies, but was very little business done in the Democratic National Committeeman, such doubts should be removed now trading line. and Mrs. Haldeman, Mr. J. Frazicr and if either is n fullure the good A number of persons from adjoinllonnie, chairman of the Women's people nloue will be to blame, and not ing counties were here looking for Advisory Committee In Kentucky, the genial editors of Danville's two plantation horses and a few changed ' Senator George Brown Martin, mem- dailies. Imnila at prices rnnging from 1200 to ber of the State Central Committee 250. from the State-nt-larg- c and Seldcn I!. Mr. J. O. Crowder came over from Glenn, secretary of the two commitDuuville nnd bought u nice one of N. tees. ' W. Rogers for which ho paid $250. The Kentuckians will give tho comLitton Vemont was here from Paris We wish to tay we have provided a history of condition in the mittee sacks to take care of the wheat crop looking for horses of this type but make reports showing how State and thi season. We do not yet know was unable to find one that just filled well the State is organized and whut how it will be handled, but we do his order. to be prospects for sucthey believe know we can deal as liberal with you cess in the State campaign this fall as business methods will permit and and in the national campaign next you may depend on us for our part in Having secured half interest In the year. taking care of the crop. I'lmore and Hopper Insurance agency i our success, representing seven The farmers success of the largest his interests our interests. We will companies, I ask a liberal' share of I wish to thank all who assisted in appreciate your calling on us in due business, which will have prompt and any uiy in tho Victory Loan drive, time. Very truly, careful attention, with office at the either a a worker or purchaser of 22-Garrard Milling Compa it. Garrord Bank. H. C. Hamilton. KENTUCKIANS To Attend Democratic National Committee. Newsy Sheet. Dull Court Day. charitable and penal institutions. I nm for woman suffrage. I am for amending the dog law so as to provide more and prompter pay for the sheep owner, and more pro tection for the dog owner, and with less but reasonable and fair compen sation for the officials who administer it. I am for extreme conservatism in he use of the pardoning power. W. It. SllA.MvS. To Our Friends and Patrons. CENTRE TO CELEBRATE Centennial To Be Held HATS OFF To The Danville Daily There June 7-1- 1.- To Property Owners: Advocate. The Danville Daily Advocate is now being delivered in Lancaster every afternoon, hardly before the ink is Thankful. The celebration of Centre College will be held in Danville June This splendid college has furnished twenty six college presidents, ninety-eigcollege professors, thirty-seve- n Congressmen, eight United States Senator, ten Governors, two Vice Presidents of the United States, one Justice of the Supreme Court, fifty-tw- o Circuit Judges, six moderators of the General Assembly of the Presby. terian church, Ave foreign ministers and eighty-nin- e editor. dry. Our hats are off to Editor Mc- Intyre for his proKressivenes and wo predict that lots of new subscribers will be added to it rotter before many moons shall have waxed and waned. It i chuck full of news, letters of while the Washington "Rich" are well worth the price of the ubtcript!on. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 29 1919. KENTUCKY VETERANS lugs r J sttllll7.il. Kentlieky into I In' llii-of U,t!W nf hir "nn In the niuc. I'reserintloii nf the menmrle nf these heme nml their ileed I mi nlm nf tin" Leglnll. Hut there will be pr.li'tlenl heli tn the rettiriilnc ohller tu tlu nrgmilzuiion, aeiinitliig to plan outlined by the temporary organization, whti-hIt et.mioe the ilelecate- who went tn St. b.ilU, I the pieent niK'leii nf the tii.iM'iiiriit In Kentuiky. r,tirenu nlll he einht!heil for the ptirpne of obtaliiliiK eiiiphijinent for retunieil -- ohller, mid for olitnlnlng e, 011 war rlk liiiiraiife, e.iiiiien.nloii for illiiblllly nml other stihjfit III wlili li he nr hi filially had 11 1II11I lnteret. New wnrku of thl tin ' will be tnkeii tii 11 the nillcle of the are ilvtllled. The Atiierlemt Legbm had It lllei'ii-tln-n In Paris l:it Jinr when a group of ri'eni and Natlnmil ftitaril nlllier Held rntik, gathered In Pari on an nf olllchtl mission, tonit ailantnt:e nf tin opportunity to inn.ot a priii.iiienl nsoiliitlon of letenins Thee pioneer ipilikly tow the ne(eslty nf ninkliiL' the Ij'k-lomedium for not only the meren nlllivr, bitj fur the; uml for those ntnYers, enlNted m.in nml enlisted men who were denied the prMlege nf "getting met" n Hell. In the ntiii tnatiner, the Nny nml Maere nken In. rine Cnrp The Pari coiifereui t' sucgeeil that 11 represeiitntlie tni'tlng be held In St. loul .May S, ft nml 10 In tinier to snitml the senllnieiit nf thnc tnnv mi In. mi- - soil, At Ihl iniii-u- s whliti took pl.u-under nupl(-lot- i cnmlltloiis no t nrgntilzntloti w.ih formed. permnni-nstate were fully tilthotlitli forty-ee- n represented. It being ileettled In with-hnh- l deelslve nrtloii until the comentlnii Willi It will be held Nm dibber 11 111 Mliilieitlils, which will be more. truly represeiitntlie nnd whlth will enable iiiuny nf thne nnw nn the nther side to partlcli.ite. It I pl.iiiueil for the lelemn of eiery enmity tn hne a vart In the naming nf delesiitet to till eeiiientlnn In N'meinber. The rebuke gliett ChleiiEo at the St. Ijiut ineetliig, when the delegate, refused to hold the Nmeinher entnetf tlon In that city because of It alleged .Major, I well known, ly but Is regardi! nf vast slgnllleiince n part to be taken by the I.eg!pn to the It l. well setIn the nation' affair. tled and understood Hint the Lighm will not be iim-.- I as a partisan organ!-latlon- , or tolerate any clflli nr Imprinter motive, but will trlii tn the nnble iurHise eniinier-ntcIn the prenmble nf It constitution, and wilt be a real tneilliitii nl en Ice to Its members, to the stall and 11.Hl. in nnd those who follow. Iwleil that thee lhre nnvllngn are held, It l ullinelilfwlll be The Maxwell R BEGIN ORGANIZING American Legion Plans To Tako In Nearly 100,000 Former Soldiers And Sailors .PARTISAN POLITICS 0AF1RED; RANK NOT AN ISSUE llardiiihiirg, Ky., May .(Speei,il) Hue hundred thousand Kcittiti Whins, H'ldlT, sailor ami murine, utni mw I hi' iiniruriii In tin' great war, nl hoiue nml abroad, me funning throughout lli.- - Stnte whnt will In- - unit nf 'I lie American legion, tin- - grv.it iioi'Iii tlmi of veteran lnrtod rnrly tli! tn. m i li at imtlini.il iimii-- i In St. I.1111K nt wlili li nil existing project fur Muli fln (irviiiilMtloii were mini I Climated nml nt w libit ii program nm laid iliiwn In enable cicry precinct. i loimlv. timn. litv ami Statu tit orgiinuiiig, ... .... ' 1 ...!! .1... t .1 nun nit- - jm. LinnI . rjeris Ill vnr'ou purl nf unr State ami n.i tlmi ncte held In nt. '.wime lii'iau-- i' "( tln I. lil; nf a ili'llnlti. li. Hi.. mil nnne. im in, Hi'.iilIi In nil iiiiir;er there o a strong -- I'litlmi'iit fur mi nMirtntlnn through which mtihl In' piTjK'tu.iti'iI Hie Ideal fur uliUli the u.ir iv:i fought, through which tin' ri- ttinit'il m hl'er nml .illi.r inuM become mure a fftctor 'n llm eminent nm through wlili It nil till its-- , lli.it -- tiiml for right, pri.::iv. nml tmitlliileil .liner. lili a iiw, C.llll!tl .lll.l lie tliliei. ill tvi'V nml iiimilgnmntod mill.. mil nr t'i .it'. hi, Kcnttiikyficteritn nre lug .Ijip.. iitim nt of nil i:eeulie ('nm in Hi e fur Keiitinkr ami .1 rail fur n met lie nf that body ut"Hii' Seelhai li, In l.iiit!illle, Saturday. Mny Slt, I nnmiiii'ieil liy Judge Henry Ivlliticii M.iiiriniiti, nf llil utility, who wa elected temporary Stnte- I'nmm.iiiiler by Hie hentiuky delegation In SI. l.oul. p. A. Sarh. .liljiitnnt. ha been iI1i.iI.hI liy tlie National llxctutle I'nlllllllltei' to pimvetl tlllll tilt' III corporation nf the legion In Ken tm ky. The. article nf lneiirMir.itlnn nml the il.tte iiuiii uhldi nrgnnUatlnn meeting will l.e simultaneously In eiery county In Kentuiky will he considered by the I.xecutlit I'liititnlt' teenien at thl meeting, n well a nth or linpnrtatit matter. I'mler iiiithnrlty given him In St I.i. til- -, Jiulce .Moorman ha apHtlnteil nn esecutlie immilttee as follow: linger P. Wllllntu, Lexington, Stnte-nt-larg- When You Decide to Buy DON'T PART WITH YdUR MONEY YOU UNTIL HAVE SEEN WHAT INDUCEMENTS THIS STORE COMPARE CAREFULLY AND YOU WILL BE INDIFFERENT TO ECONOMY INDEED, IF WE DO NOT GET YOUR ORDER. 3F"URNITRiE3 OF-FER- S. The Maxwell is a pleasure car. Every Feature of its design, every detail in its make-up- . WE ENTER THE 1919 SEASON WITH A NEW-EAND 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. Simmons Brass Bed k 1 ' "ft I' 'H This beautiful Urn. Hed Is Kiinrnntccd to hold its color jtiat like cut, spocinl I)ricc$29.50. Others at nil prices from iJUo.OO to Let us show them to you. a five-ye- We sell them and will gladly give you a demon". . stration. ..-Nine Factories delivery. Repairs for these Promptly. operating insures' PROMPT Dining Table just like cut. Value, ever No better cars can be gotten here t existed than this Table, madeT)f solid quartered Oak, 04 Inch top. 0 feet in leiiKth. This is an unusual bargain and must be .teen to be appreciated. Worth 05.00, Special Price $42.50. CENTRAL GARAGE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, x L. B. SAPP FURNITURE COMPANY DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE and RUG STORK. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Distributors for GARRARD AND LINCOLN COUNTIES. Mr. and Mrs. George Riley of Hamilton, Ohio, have returned home after A. T. Bowling has purchased a 7 a few days visit to Mr. Riley's sister, Mrs. Maurice Burton. passenger auto. Mr. and Mrs. Azbell have moved to Miss Ellen Trewitt will entertain their home recently purchased of Mr. the B. Y. P. U. Friday night. Tom Todd. Mr. Aibell has a blackW. It. Patrick and V. F. .Parks smith shop where Mr. Todd had his motored to Illinois bit week. grist mill. M. k Sonln, l.nulillle. O. T. Wallace and family of LexV. li. Frner, IVIiUIIITe, Mr. Hume Griggs and wife and Mr. ington visited friends here Sunday. W. P. .Griggs and son, Joe, of Rich- first district; M. K. Cordon, Mndlmn Mr. and Mrs. John F. White are mond, motored to Paint Lick Sunday illle, second district: Pr. .Inlm Yntrng visiting their daughter, Mrs. R. G. and spent the afternoon with Mr. W. filacn-- , thlnl district; S. II. Jnnc. Ky., fourth district; Woods. Kllrahothtnnn. P. Griggs' sister, Mrs. I. C. Rucker. Kliilii. t OWenl. Ij.ilNlle. II fill ill" Mr. and Mrs. Edd William and famMrs. Wm. Todd anil son, George Itrlct: William rrnmell, Krankfnrt, ily visited her mother in Richmond, and wife, and little daughter, Helen, Sixth district; lienrge It. Smith, Is Sunday. and Mjss Annie Todd, all motored to Inctnn, ilMrlrt; Jnhn Mnlr, Buelah and Iva Ledford spent the Jeffersonsvtlle Indiana for a few P.inllle. elghtli illntrlct: Waller Mnli week end near Lancaster, the guest days visit to Mr. Newt. Todil and ley, IIIe Hill, iilntli ilMrlct; Sewell fiimlm, ll.iznr.1, tenth dNtrlrt; Vernon " of relatives. family. Kmilkuer, II.irluiunllleH eleenth ills. Olive Todd of Bolton N. C, is visLieut. Lee B. Ledford has returned trlet; lieor' Kwalil, of I.miNIIIe, l iting relatives and friends in this from overseas, and nas in Paint Lick the Slate riiKinie Oltlrer. community.' Tuesday, on his way to Ewing Va The Kentuiky Delegation, at St Mrs. J. A. P.iddell and .Mrs. V. W. to join his wife who will return with Inul, reeoiniiienileil linlniii n fnt White attended the funeral of Mrs. him here for a visit to his parents and nineof the illtrkl nml niithorlr.etl the Stittn 'nnmiarnler tu aplmlnt a George Young in Berea, Tuesday. old friends. for rh.ilrman ami twti Messrs J. A. Uiddell and D. W. Mr. Burdctte Ramsey has told his each (inire'liinnl PStrlet. Iiiiliiel. White left Tuesday for Flint Mich., farm to Mr. Mart Green and Dr. ntely nftcr the i:eintle Coinmlltee to drive a Chevrolet truck through. Montgomery, Price $103 per acre. At nu-eftliee ii'l. Intnl. 'lit" will he an- The illMrlrt rlmlrineii will fill the pul- present Mr. Ramsey does not know inniiireil. Rev. Mr. Edwards will a permn In pit at Mt. Tabor Sunday evening, all where he will locate, but we hope he then promptly nrgunlze a each inunty tn ollli-lullare cordially invited to attend and will find another place close. seat, ami to alii ami Ii-- t at lln- hear him. Miss Hester Patrick has resigned !-t eUewherc, but each imit hall The pupils of the High School gave, as Assistant teacher in the High rlett Iti nun oftleerM ami matiiige Its a reception Friday in honor of their School, for the present year and left liffnlr- - wltliinil niitshle Interfen n e. teacher, Miss Hester Patrick. A de- Saturday for her home at Carlisle, The tentative oriiiiU.itlnns nnw belightful time was spent. After a couple of days rest she will ing formed will rerele rharter later The In the absence of Mr. and Mrs. leave for the University of Illinois, through the Stnte nrcmilratlnn. nf (hurt its lioneier. George Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wc regret to lose Miss Patrick for .Mooriiiitu explains doe not Logsdon are keeping house for them even such a short time, but expect deter the Immediate formiitlnii nf jmsts and taking care of their baby. her back in the fall for another term III preelnets fnuntles nwn nr cities I'mler the (nnstltiiilnn ailopted by the liitllomil miy llfliin or more cllllili' veteran van iisni late them- together In tin' fnrtniitliitt (if a pnt. In the I'lfth district, emhraclti Iiul.vllle, ihi nrganlratlniis nf such liraiielit-b) been undertaken ha Chairman MeMeekDi nlntig the lines nl In whkli Iiufn. military orgunlzatlnu lllle men were lure ly representeil, null a the IKUilh Null.. mil Amy Itegl-lnenthe former I"lrt Kentucky Na tional li'ti.ird Ueglnietit, etc, nml also nlntig the lines nf large Institutions (11 Industries from which there went a large numlter of soldiers or sailors who imrtlelpateil In tin. war. The met I11.1l of organizing post N bolus left to the local organizers. Knob iM, Ihawu'i, will have .1 romui.imler, lire ON ALL (omuiumler, llliilllce 1. Ulcer, adjutant, cliuphiln, and iiiasteMit-arin- s Inilsvllle Inn been iimde Southern hfailiimirtcrs of the National I'oimnlt-te011 Publicity ami Information, ol wlili li (ieorge S. Wheat, of the New York Herald; I'lrlr lb II, of the Louisville Cotirler-loiuiiuml Jack folller, Iilnlio, arc tneinhers of roeati-llo- , veteran are applying to South em In inlitiuriers for Information, and It will he glw-l- l llielil 11s lercUcil from Nntlnnnl and Stnte lleinliUiirtrrs Throiighotit Kentucky, according to reporlH reitchlng Snuthern heaihiuar-ters- , 111111 li Interest Ih being manifested In the Legion, not only by former serv lee 111111, but by their uintlieri anil fathers anil other lon-- ones lnteretei In seeing their soldiers permanent!) CONN & CONN, Proprietors. Identified m having taken part In the struggle fur liberty. When the dale it nml fur the cnunly orgunlzatloa meet- - PAINT LICK Wuhlngton'l Hair In Ring. slcm t ring ci.ntnliilng l.tk of hair nf (jenrgi Wasliliigtt.il ha been Oihlttl to the CfltleCtlon nf nf .llexandrla Wnshlngtoit bslge of No. JEi In Alexandria. Va. lln ring, which wit the property of Mr. Martha I'i ter. gnimldauihtcr nf Slur-Ui- a IVnthliictmi. contain sen ral lockn of IVnthlnston's hair .if ritldltli bronn inlnsl with gray. It l Abigail A. Ilnuillton, 17.IS. llitmlltnn wn the criiiiiliiinther of th donnr. A TrintporUtlen of Oie Futurt. Truiis.rtntlnii U tr.s fun.Iaiii.-ntn- l All tlitnc It :s through tlm neck of n bottle. If can trnntiort energy without ulnr ar to carry It. there l Jmt so mill ii gain. Klectrlclly I energy without Fulntann. II Isslmi cull no lehlcle nther lli.iu n cupper wire, lit nee I Ii nhil-- i .nt we mutt look tn electricity r the iwrr nn wlilrli ur ceoimulc future us a nation tie-- t' cIiiU-.j:im- nf pn.giesii In i. rrntt pn thrmith .li ' 1. m mBp 11 ' appearance of the Liberty in- -, arouses admiration. Everything about the car singles it out from the commonplace. THE 15 PER Fifteen minutes of driving proves that this outer beauty is simply a sign of rare, inner goodness. You know instinctively and at once that you are in a car of superior . quality. You feel that the car holds its steadiness because of its perfect balance-- not because it is weighted to the road. You feel that you can drive it for hours without a sense of fatigue. And before that first ride is over, we believe that you will have found several distinct and definite reasons for Liberty preference. CENT REDUCTION TIRES BEX GARAGE D. A. THOMAS. 3 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 29, 1919 WORKING PLANS FOR HAYMAKERS This is the package with the moisture-proo- f ' jacket Helpful in Solving Suggestions for Farmer Labor Problem During Busy Season. MACHINES IN n KEEP REPAIR Eat-le-r Oil on Mowers Makes Them Run and Last Longer Crew at Barn Should Be Kept Busy-D- ale More Hay In Field. (Prepared by tt.a United Slates of Agriculture ) Depart-mm- t Hint will menu more work accomplished by the Itctttr working methods that keeps Chesterfield's original flavor and freshness intact. Your Chesterfields never become either soggy or dry. They olwa r, reach you in prime shape for smoking. do something for your smoke-hungthat you've always wished a cigarette would do they "touch the smoke-spo- t" they let you know you're smoking they satisfy right down to the ground And, Chesterfields er ! same forte of workers lu harvesting ha) Hill help the liny grower In solving the fa nn labor problem during a biny rolluulng ure a few labor-fixin- g Keanin. practln-In hu) making that may be found incful: Ketfj Mowers In Repair Mower should be kept 111 good repair, epeclab ly If operated by liiliiiri rs or otheri who know ery little alMiut machinery. The moit thing Is to nv that tin- - cutter bar Is llmil up properly In onler to proeiit breaking knife hart. It N a good practice to start mowing In the morning wltl tnu xharp knlve, the extra one to In- - umiI In the-- lifter-noo- n or to replace a broken knife. Jlouiri lliiuld be oiled nftell. Hi oil makes the machine run nnd lnt lunger. Use Water Bottle to Clean Cutter Bar. In vane parti of the- Spilth tlm mower li not M.irted until after the dew l oft on iiceiiiint of trouble chiimiI by mud clogging the knife. This mini - caiivsl iy the dirt from crawtl!i rhlinneys mixing with the dew from the hay. After the dew Is off the dry dirt il.H-- s nut do much damage. While the dew Is on. a mower can be run Fisk Tires Going Onto More Cars Every Day tho larger demands CONDITIONS these days arc leading motorists purse We sec it every day. Sec it in the steadily creasing demand for Fisk Tires, everywhere to look more closely into the actual value of autornobils tires. in- Fisk Tires give certain very definite features that more and more motorists have come to look for greater uninterrupted tire mileage, longer life, greater safety under all driving conditions. As an enlightened motorist you want your tire expense cut down to where it really belongs. Next time Buy Fisk. ' j HASELDEN BROTHERS FISKnon skidTIRES Indelible Ink. Aniline bhiek. .' parts; netlc ncld, 0 parts; castor nil, !H parts. Tn this mixture should In' ndded u few parts of Indian Ink. Shake before ulng. Unexpected Information. A clergyman lost his horse on a Saturday evening. After hunting with a boy until after midnight he rave up In despair. The next day, somewhat dejected nt his loss, he went Into the pulpit nnd took for his text the following passage from Job: "Oh, that I knew whero I might And htm." The boy, supposing the horse was still the burden of thought, cried out: "I know where he Is. He's In Deacon Smith's It's the blend that does can't be copied. it, and the blend Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish .Mrs. and Domestic tobaccos -- blended S s7 Sebastian. A number of people in this com munity rtti" illicit the dedication at High the lluekc)e Consolidated school Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Danley enter tnined at dinner Friday Rev, Young, the pastor of the Gunns Chapel and Itev. Osborne of India. paint, BtlllBeea, eoreDctl. .Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Pniley anil Mile Sua Wetton. IK) Kiebwauaee Street, fleletdere, III.. wrllee "I am pleated lis etela Mis Jessie Mac llainiiiack of l'aint son, niul .Miss llert Dailey motored to role? Kidney IMIa mad (real ditfetenre In I Ick is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Tnlby Lexington Saturday and were visitors tne. I waa In great alonv. I could not eioop Saturday night und Sunday of Mr. down, and when I waa ditwo I bad lo crawl up Cornett. eufferc all over Ira cbair. I I waa an lamanew pcraon, I atronff Jr nnd Mrr, Aside llemircn. ajonr. Now Iral lib Miss Oraciu Tutum and Mrs. Myrtle aad better In wary way. Mrlaerat bealis. la I ran and do baanily rtcom-mendull Imprutred. Coldiron, were visitors in laitiriiatcr, rulvy kidney I'tlla ti all utlcrit4 UtLt First Secretary of Navy. way I d,V' Tuesduy. The llrst secretary of tin1 nny wns FAVOR SPREAD OF DISEASES SOLD EVERYWHERE. Mrs. Annie Thompson has returnItonjamlii Slndilert nf Maryland, ed home utter a pleasant visit with In 1TIH. at lln time of Adams Damp, Poorly Ventilated Poultry QuarCARTERS VILLE. friends here. iiilinlnMriillim; be alu m through ters Encourage Such Ailments Little Miss Daisy Urooks Sanders I ho n il i n idt t il m of Jefferson, Among Flocks as Roup. visiI Mr. ami Mrs. J. l'itts were spent the week end with her GrandU'rrparrd ly the United Suits ivpari-mtn- t ters In llcrea last .Sunday. mother, Mrs. Mattle Itout. of Agriculture.) Mr. nnil Mrs. lllulfurd Jennings vis-ite- d Cold, dump, (Hiorly lighted nnd ven ACHES AND PAINS WOLF TRAIL. Mr. mid Mrs. J. T. Allen List tilated poultry quarters favor the Sundiiy. spread of such dlMiises as roup. ConMessrs Frank and James Umd were QUICKLY RELIEVED tagious diseases ore dllllctilt and someMrs. Milton Jennings mill Mr. and time Impossible to control unless children visited Mr. anil Mrs. 1'. I. in Lancaster, Friday. given nttentlon In the early stages. Mr. Wilbert Dailey cold It! fat, llryant last Sunday. Whenever preventive measures fall. Mr. anil Mrs. Joe Smith and baby hogs to W, L.'rniwsou at $18 per cut. j You'll find Sloan's Llnlmeat separate sick birds from the thick ns Miss Jessie II. Kay entertained u visited tier parents Mr. and Mrs. W. soou ns there Is evidence of disease of tens, the severe number of her friends Saturday night. and then consult expert nihlce to efK l'arson last Sunday, rheumatic ache fect n cure. .Miss Jessie U. Kay ami Miner nay Davis who has been In Mrs. Ituth the hospital at Ilercn, is vciy much wire guest of Miss Eunice Stottj, Friday night. 'Put.lt on' freely. DonVm ft'Ii COTTONSEED MEAL FOR HENS better and la now back at home. Miss (iraclo Dean Tenter was witli Just let it ptntlrals naturally. What Mrs. J. M. Smith fell and broke her ease of soothing relief soon follows! Feeder Should Be Careful Not to Re Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen collar bone last Friday afternoon. her grand-parentplace More Than Half Beef Scrap External aches, stillness, soreness,' Tcater, Sunday. She Is now trettlnR ulonir nicely. cramped muscles, (trained sinews, With Substitute. back "cricks" those ailments can't Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Clark of MadiMrs. Thomas Daltard anil Mr. and est fiaht tl'rtpared lr the United States Depart baby visited her parents, Mr. and son spent the week end with Mr. und Sloan off the relieving qualities Liniment. Clean, convenient, ment or Aawcuuure.) Mrs. Henry Tankersley at the weeks Mrs. Carl Mobcrley. srnnomlral. Ask any drugist for fc., If It Is desired to substitute cotton Quite a lot of tobacco was set in end. seed meal for beet scraps In the dry math for hens the .feeder should be Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Pennington and this vicinity during the wet seasons careful not to replace more than half children visited her parents, Mr. and of the past three weeks. the beef scrap with this substitute, as Misses Oernice and Bessie Teatcr Mrs. C. S. Hoop last Saturday night the result In egg production and In were guests Friday night of th.Mr sis. and Sunday. the quality ot the eggs will be unsatls- faetorT. town Monday, shopping Mr. nnd Mrs. J It. Tutem were vis. 14 wla urcvit. Coo4br!ih brlp la winnU M't batil. It bfiafi mrBgth, .erfr, cnJwr it inn in l'aint Lick Sunday. net, powtr, tU Mrs. Kph Hammock who has been tutto ill is able to be out again. Mr. Leonard llammons who has att hf Iprd Ihouaanda to health aod riapplnaaa. bet n overseas has returned home. Tbcr irmltbrn and heal weak, aatsoraaj nd drraa,d aldaataand bladder, ao thai lb Mr. William Thompson spent SatdiHiM foduclad ru It rained (Ml oj tha tatcm. Inrr beiii.'l backache, tbewBiatie urday night with friends in Carters-Wil- e. POINT LEAVELL. Ilughey Stoberley. tcr, Mrs. Otis Stcots and handsone Mrs. T. O. Hill is on the sick list. linby made a ricent visit in Jessamine in rojnty with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, was Mrs. Luther McQucrry HEALTH isahandiPOOR lew overcome when itrivio cap thtt Meygdney pills Afghan Music. rho Afghans him n penchant for musical Instruinents, anl the wealthier classes import otiii' instly nukes though occiishintilly their manner of using them Is somewhat startling. An Mewing a Field of Heavy Mixed Hay. bnrnl" Afghan nobleman sent for n grand nnd had all the lower part cut off, without trouble. One large hay grower keeps a barrel of water and sev- as he found It mot convenient to play Repentant Patsy. eral quart Imttles In the field that Ik It squatting on the lloor. Jllnnle and her little dog. Patsy, being mowed. When the mud begins were playing In the kitchen. Minnie's to dry nnd clog tho knife, the mower was cooking supper nnd ii...iiim:i English Words. Is taken to the water barrel and drivIt would be lniiosslde to rive the s'liubled over I'aisy, causing her to en In ii circle, while In gear, and water exact number of words In the Kng-lls- h drop an egg on the freshly scrubbed Is poured from the bottle onto tho lloor She put I'n'sy out on tho poren language. Words are constantly knife and the mud Is soon all washed being coined and foreign words nre be-Iand seatisl Minnie In a corner. In a nut. This practice allows a full day's added to the language. A recent few moments I'atsy scratched on the mowing. I edition of a leading dictionary gives door nnd began burking. Minnie said Kttp th Barn Crew Busy. When a between 40iViii nnd words. to her mother: "Mamma, ran I'atsy crew Is kept at the harn to unload and 'Many of them are derivatives, as run, cimie In now? He's sorry. Don't you hear him "pologlilngl" tore away the hay It should be kept running, run, runner, etc. busy all of the time. If the hay does not come In fast enough to do tliK It Is often n good' practice to put the barn crew to loading and hauling and have ' enough men, usually three, come In with each load and put It Into the burn. Well-Known Singer to Appear in Recital with Assisting Artists on Gasoline-OptrattPress Requires Third Night of Coming Redpath Chautauqua. Lean Men Than Sttam Press. The i steam press requires more men to operate It than n press drUen by n g:si-lla- e engine. The Meatn press uses nt least two more men. an engineer nnd water by. Thoe who are Intending to purchase a power press idiould keep tils fact In mind. Mere Hay Should Bt Baled In the Field. Haling from the windrow- - or cotk Is the cheapest method of making hay that Is to be haled. It snves a gnat deal of time, and requires considerably less Inbor than when hay Is ktarkrsl or put Into the bam ami afterward lulled. Those grHWlng hay for the market should InwMlgiitc- - this method of making hay, since It has been tried III many piirtsrf the United States and found to be practical If done right. M.i) Henrietta Conrad, Dramatic Soprano tiI 1'tiutu by Apuila. New York. HENRIETTA CONRAD. cwnt. An ImiuMitloii of the big I 'he Day Uedpnth I'liaiitmiqila circuit this year will he the impi iininiv. In recital of Henrietta Conrad, drrtmntlc soprano. An nrtlsi of this character has hud n place on tho .Seven Day circuits for several seasons, ami this feature, has been such nn outstanding success that when rn opikirtuidty presented llelf to secure Miss Conrad for the Klve Day circuit the management lost nn time In engaging her, Mls Coiinul has conil successes lu New York, Hilladelphln and other American musical centers. Her coming to any community will bo n distinct Kho mailt1 her New York debut In October, 101T, nnd received enthusiastic comments from the music critics of such metropolitan newspapers us the New York Tribune and tho Herald. Miss Conrad bus uu even nnd beautiful voire. She possesses clarity of, diction nnd her tulck sjinpnlhy of Insight Is admirable. Her program Is designed to pleiise ImiiIi those who delight lu classical music and those "who lust like singing." t Harold Yates will nppcnr with Miss Ccmrnd as pianist and accompanist Mr Yates Is n genuine artist antl has been accorded splendid recognition la the largivt cities of America. Miss Caroline INmieniy, a tlollnUt of unusual attainments, will also appear with Ml Conrad. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 29. 1919 debtors accuse them of insulting the good name of Uncle Sam, and Im- Cracks At Creation. Would you call the airplane voyage plane sailing? Germany does not aprear to con sidet the .treaty a treat. Ballew. You'll Pick a Winner When you choose our immense stock of HARDWARE, KITCHEN WARE, his solvency. There will always be imitation patriotism with a mercenary motive. We shall often see the stars and A stripes used to cloak dishonesty. Liberty Dond of the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th loans cannot be sold much above 05, though as the binds approach maturity they are sure to rise, and will, of course, be worth face value nt ma- peaching If Germany were in n position to fight anything she would probably light the peace treaty. The man for the Job and the Job for the man seem to be two difficult things to get In America just now, No thank you, Mr. TrotzkyI The The plain, unemotional truth about world in general at prevent prefers n Liberty Bond is this. K.ich pur- spring green to revolutionary red. chaser, on buying, knew thnt in re"he world is now probably safe for turn for $100 he was getting some-thin- g democtney, but It remains to be si which, ai soon as he had got it, new s.ifc it may be for BoMicvism would be unsalable at more than $9."i. If I'ndcrcwski's cabinet disagrees, Whatever patriotism was contained he will probably only have to play in the purchase was represented by them a soothing nocturne to bring that fact. It amounted to $3 worth about harmony. us (f patriotism. And the sacrifice was If members of the Sixty-Sixt- h con grcss realize all that the nation net picat in comparison with the t of those who wagered their pects of them they are probably shak ing in their shoes. bodies fcr i principle in France, Any man who has bought a $100 The Tribune-For- d trial at .Mount Liberty bond hac made a gift of $ Clemens, Mich., will probably ma! the to Uncle Sam. His $100. would have cle.ir to the worll just what a mental prcmses of a conscientious produced 7 per rent instead of 4 cbjtrtcr. ass i i pet cent in solid securities nt low de mm A i- A W A A VUlTmw President Wilson announces that nominations. But it is cheaper to jive Uncle Sum $." than to pay tri under no circumstances will In icept a third term. Perhaps if it we bute to Germany. styled a semester he might modify hi with our gratitude to them will When n man has made a gift of $5, objections. come the hope that the world $lp, or $20 to Uncle Sam. let him Sl.SO a Year. Issued Weekly. Almost the only things that hav will be so much better through stand th gan unless his need is Payable in AcUaaoa. not gone up in price are thrift stamps their sacrifice thnt in time to great. Let him stick. Let him not ami war savings stamps. Take not J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. come it may truly be said, "IT whine to some one else to pay his $5 that they nre still to be had at th R. L .ELKLV, Local Editor and Mgr. WAS WORTH THE PRICE for lilm to receipt his bond nt par. same old figures. Let every man carry his own load. Wc are informed that yeast has Entered at the Post Office in Lan The farms of the United States God hates n quitter. Mail Ky., as Second-Clas- s nutritive qualities anil will be one caster, the foods of the future. In that case furnished two and a half million men Matter. Mr. Albert Mamaty of Pittsburg is we trust fhat its price will not rise to the army. Needless to say they president of the Slovak League of fa-i- t ns the yeost itself does. Member Kentucky Press Association have not all come back. America, and he seems to be worried and An ording to a report issued by the Wc can name one trade at least by the activities of the interior deEighth District Publishers League. which does not partake of labor' state of Nebraska, 136,000 men a ill partment touching the subject of general unrest. The plumber is still If 'our be needed by that state alone to help Rate For Political Announcamantt. Americanization. A conference held willing to rest as long as anybody will horse does not get relief l.e soon dies. STRAYED OR STOLEN: From in harvesting the wheat crop. lake no det rAltRIS' my place Sunday May Ibth, Black For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 by the department has been attended allow him nt 75 cents an hour. The work of demobilization is very Y trouble COI.IC REMEDY. no horse with enlarged 10.00 For County Offices by representatives of foreign-bor- n left hock and A large proportion of A cl.iM can give it. W. Wages have to go up because prices drii-i-ninFor State and District Offices.. 15.00 far advanced. small smlille nam. Horse has white .10 the farm boys should be back on the residents of the United States, and are higher, ami then prices have to go A. jii kcrtoti. For Calls, per lrac tripe down face. Information ap.10 farms. They are not. In the state the latter have lifted up their voices . np because labor Involved costs more For Cards, per line preciated. Luke Shearer, wages What are we get In rebuke. lt-pFor all publications in the inter. ami then care Robert Speake. of New York 19,000 men left farms ting anyhow? An endless chain? est of individuals or expresMany of the speakers gave warnto join the colors, and 3,000 of them sion of individual views, per ing that .no attempt should be nude The Prince of Wales has looped the .10 have gone back. line I have for sale within the next Fifty head of the choicest Scotch Many more have been freed from to force American citizenship upon loop over London in an airplane scv Obituaries, per line .05 . en times. If after his accession hi' thirty days, four good farms that can nnd Scotch Topped Shorthorn and the army, but they have stayed in an alien, for that would give him res hrono should suddenly be overturn be bought worth the money. Polled Shorthorn critic near Danville New York city. And that city reports son to believe that this country was en, ne woum One farm contains 105 acres with Ky., on June 5th, 1919. Lunch at Know exactly now-dea-l Lucuter, Kj., May 29. 1919 minority graver conditions due to unemploy attempting to submerge good improvements right on the pike. 12 o'clock. Sale to begin at one with that dizzy sensation. nationalities. And Mr. Mamaty was Price $125.00 an acre. ment than any other city in the union. o'clock. If you think making the Versailles. One farm of fifty acres with a nice 22-2Richard Cobb nnd Sons. Conditions in Cleveland are .bad loud In denouncing any attempt to peace treaty was a simple matter, four room house and good tobacco make foreign born residents or citi We are authorized to announce enough, but tbey are worse in New zens discard the use of their national just try1 your hand at composing som barn, well located, for $100. an acre, Tax-Pay- er CIIAP. A. HARDIN, of Mercer coun- York than anywhere. little neighborhood difference. You acres, One farm of eighty-thre- e ty, a candidate for Representative in will come out of it with a new sense for $70.00 an acre, with new house. At a meeting of the City Council, Farm boys .have deddtd to be .city tongue. Congress in this, the Eighth Congres- boys, Before these foreigners tell us not of the complications of peace. nnd new tobacco barn. This is sand- Monday, May 5th, I was instructed and join the ranks of the unemsional District, rnbject to the action by that body to notify ail that arc in stone land. ployed. If they obtain employment. to dare to do this or that they should Be thankful that your income docs of the Dcr.iocratirrparty. arrears with their city taxes, that One farm containing forty-tw- o of living in the city will first find out the details of our pro not amount to $1,000,000. the If it did acres, creek bottom land, one half tame must be paid at once ami if not leave them in the same position fin gram. Before accusing a man of you would have to pay $700,000. in mile from pike, price $1,200. paid within thirty nays, same will be DECORATION DAY. ancially lit the end of each month as murder it is advisable to produce a come tax. And you would probably One extra good store room and advertised according to law, and the worry so much about this that you stock The civil war .struck the note if they had gone back 'ts the farai. corpse as evidence or at least, some of goods, now doing a business ficperty sold to meet these taxes, proof that a certain party is missing. could not enjoy the remaining $300, of $2.r,000 a year. Located right on some of which is long past due. I of our nation's greatest peril Wages may be higher in New York 000. . the pike, near Graded School and one positively will do as instructed by the Disunion meant abandonment lit all events if you are a member of Who is trying to force citizenship City Council and give this as n warnCircumstances alter cases. When of the best business points in the ing to all nt arrears. of the .principle upon which a union, which most farm boys an- on aliens? Who is forbidding for county. eign born residents to spi-a- i their na the naval airplanes had covereil half L. E. lierron, City Tax Collector. the country naa founded, not but that fact is disccunted by For further information or descrip the distance meant constant strife and even the increased cost of living in thi tive tongue? And it would bo inter Azores, it wn on their voyage to the tion see, all right for them to be esting to lairn what argument there W. T. KING, At the city. tual disintegration. half seas over. But It would hav Uncaster, Ky Uncle Eben. country's call our clear-eye- d But why .should a farm soy want is against the submergence of a mis been all wrong for the aviators to be "Do mnn dat sills another man-- a young men marchinl out, ready to be n union member in a city? Hs cellany of Lationalitles on ink soil, gild brlrk." satd L'ncle Elii-n- . "gen-i-n.l- ljMystifying "Ads." to sacrifice life and limb, if has more bosses there than he can Is not the American nationality gooi nnlshex up hy glttln' fooled his-- i A city ndvertveiiint was heniled: The popnlance of Germany ha f mi tuuiplii' ii heap luo' lninrtaut." need be, for the unity of the count His employer is one, Jfs forelong been accustomed to hearing lb "Two f Uteri want washing." So do gorl many brother. Another ad The atti-m- ) t is obviously t cloui word "verboten." "i -nation. Their courage saved' man is another, and each of . Now the penci vertisement was: "Wanted a Iwy to Arabian Hides Grade Wall. if for future generations. union officers is another. Even the issue. Tlere is, very properly, a conference lias provided that her gov sandpaper. Arabian skins coming Into the world It was tvise for our fathers to his pals .ire his bosses. He never movement to prevent schools from ernmcnt and aristocracy shall hear rrarkits ttirmigli i:gjpt nnd tlm Sudan teaching subjects in any language too. It win ring in their oars for originate Storms Carry Birds to Far North, In Jeilda nfcjf set a day for commemoration knows if they are going to get him in long time. -- ortain instances of hints fnnnil placet In the Mclnlty nf Mecca, The)' of the services of three citizen wrong with his tmployer, or with the but Knglish; tlere Is no atlcmii) beslntfty far to the north of their usual rattle hides, sheep Tklns, goating .made to forbid foreigners to Boldiers. 3Iost of them now union officials. rnnce nro tisILIy to .e pi,,!,!,,! k skin and cnmel hides, and nre genef th hlrl of our cyclonic storms. The ally dry salted. lie beneath jrrassy mounds in Arabian hides an being his hpeak iheir own language On a farm he is closer to wliiit. turning comiter-clncknlsblows limited In quantity; the quality, bote-the cemeteries throughout the own boss than any city employee, and themselves. Then- - is no reason vhy off rtinro In tho ninth nnd carries th. ever, Is excellent. 'vmT'rv.-w- ' land, but when Decoration Day if he takes up land he can bring that taxpayers should support school A year ago my stomach bloated irn out to sea. Hut mncr or later, if teacher to perpetuate any language so badly with pas that I fell uncon tin' bird has the gemd fortune to last pay tribute t their desirabla condition to realization comes we rsaruratlzet- - Bird In Cuckoo Clock: out the experience, the farthrr in Cm-kne. badly cluck once so impulnr, wero dream which rarely comes true in the but our own unlrst it forms a sub scious and " lit my hi-iof the fctorm tends to trlug htm ashore for the most part "innil in ii,.ri,',nn corner of door. I had suffered from agnla. Those who lost their lives in city. Also he is the one man be ject in the curriculum. so a jeweler In an Indiana town Nobody requests tbsse aliens U stomach Irjuale fcr sr.ver.il years the civil war had the vision of a tween the blue sky and the pit that that It was ilmu ii,... III!- i... r.r-no r.icditine helped me to vpvu come here. Nobody will object if his clock shmihl be -- naturalize,!,-111(11 l. united country. If they could Uncle Sam cannot do without. Helpful Chart!. of. A druggist patched u ) my head rnri. they decide to depart. But, if they ami advued me to use Mayr'r Won IJtll.i Charlie 'wns nits have seen her growth in power Ing mm day. Ills mother going In ho had ni,M,i ,,, ,.rn,lirH and resources and splendor, A certain party in the state of with to partake in our .destiny, let lerful Remedy for my stomach trou or Mm finally found Win In ramo forth nnd whMleil "Huh White." they would have said, "IT Massachusetts did what he should then remove the barriers of aloofness lie. The results have bw-- really thi- - library sprinkling n vnluuhlo book like a native American, never wonueriui. WAS WORTH THE PRICE." net have dune, and was accordingly and learn to share our, ideals, in sign of my i nave symptomsr.ait any Hint wan on tho table. "Why, my boy, former since." whnt nri you doing rpolllng that nl We have ourselves Just pass pmcnej. in cautt his guilt was stincts, and language. It ;.s a simple, harmless preparation hook nf Unifs?" "I wns Jutt wetting It ed through such another crisis, proed, and the judge fined hi-- $50. tnat removes tne catarrhal mucus for him became he said It was too ANGUS-UN- O itry," ho replied. we nave seen the young men He tendered a Liberty Bond in rai Will the luxury tax on sodas and from the Intestinal tract nnd allays ttniuy of our day also rising at the call ment, oml it was refined, as its mar ico cream and chocolates oblige the the itllnnimatlon which causes prac tically nil stomach, liver of their country. "Their eye3 ket Value was about $2.50 below face young man to give up the crowjjjng tinal ailments, including and Intes appendicitis. luxury of a best girl? beheld the vision and ho value. He was obliged, therefore, to One dose will convince or money re dream", but it was the vision of add $2.50, cash, to' the bond in payfunded. It. E. McRoberts, Druggist, a free world, delivered from ing the tine. j.uncaier, rvy. (Uuv; Complete facilities for thocxe- I the wickedness of arbitrary The Judge's position was right. good-wi- have bought the practice and cution of orders in any amount. Registered Aberdeen An. ll Carpsnters, WANTED T. J. Hood, as he is of Pr. Joiners, power. ' Many people throughout the country leaving town. I will appreciate Bulldtri, Cabinet Makers. Mill. the Boat When we lay flowers upon who have Liberty bonds and most patronage of his clientele and will wrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Pipe- - Heaaiig Clubbers & Co. 6as Cattle for sale either sex-- any Member flge. Also re!... the graves of the older heroes, of us have are trying to get easy endeavor, as near as Is possible, to I fitters nd Painters lor work on kith wtu i u,unu tnina Hogs. Big type we shall have in mind the terms in discharging obligations by giye them the fame good services j class yachts and phonograph cabinets, New Stock Exchange. thousands of white crosses offering them as cash. And when which hi gave them. I am located I Steady work. Our shops ara sanitary, A. D. BRADSHAW, 404 W. Main St. Drug Store. My office light and steam-aeateover which mark American graves creditors insist on receipting them at phoneS tonnes' is 229. Tha Mattkaws Company, Louisville, Ky. WALKER BRADSHAW. on the fields of France. And market and not at face value the W. A. WHEELER, Dentist. '6 - 15.71. Port Clinton. Ohio. turity. FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. Let promise you quick service and satisfaction and then Give us a chance to keep our Promise. Conn wrc a wn VtA mil pt nr cm ire Brothers. IJ 3111 The Central Record t. from the Classified Column Thn fMlmvlnt. nrfb-Richmond Register: George W. Ballew, one of the most RATES: prominent farmers ami citizens of Madison county, passed away at his Single insertions lc n word home on Lancaster avenue about four No ad taken for less than 20c o'clock this morning after an Illness In this column. No nds in this of a year from llright's disease. Few I column charged. of his host of friends knew that his condition wns so serious and his death! Seven insertions for the j ' comes as a source of deepest sorrow price of five. a to them all. Upright in all of his Phone orders must be paid dealings with man, a staunch nnd I promptly. , true friend, and of unquestioned in- -' tegrity, George Hallow was a man whom the community as a whole con 111 afford to lose. About a year ago Sweet Potato plants for sale. Call he moved to town from the fnrm John Williams. which he had operated almost all his Dodge AUTOMOBILE: 1918 life on the Big Hill pike. He had I been n progressive and successful Tourin,' Car A condition for sale, I). A. Thomas. farmer, amassing a competence and lenves his family well provided for in FOR SALE: Two splendid milk this world's goods. cows. Both fresh with calves by side. Besides his wife, who was Miss J. W. Elmore. Lucy Francis, of Garrard county, he FOR SALE: Some choice Sweet is suvrived by live children, Mrs. II. J. George Smith, Sr. Bronddus, of Madison County, Mrs. potato plants. John M. Price, of Atchison, Kansas, d. T. Ballew, of Kansas City, Mrs. I Car of Calvnnued Roofing just re- il Robert CoIIij, of Irvine, and Mr. Joe 'i ,,,, .. ,,. culture II I ceivtd Rock Bottom prices to move Hl nitiivvt, ui una quickly. A. II. It.i-tl- ti and Co. are by his first wife, who was Miss Jennie Francis, a sister of his widow. WANTED: Colored chauffeur to The deceased was 70 years of age. drive Packard car in Lexington. His sisters nre Mrs. A. J. Tribble, Address Henry Simpson,. Mrs. Margaret Walls, of Pittsburg, 29-3- t. 270 Cliy Ave, Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Mary Cobb of Missouri, and Robert Ballew, of Oklahoma, n brothJ. M. Mctcnlf, Surveycr, 25 yearn er. experience. Blue prints furnished. For many years Mr. Ballew, has All calls ansutrcd promptly. Phon been a consecrated member of the 183, Stanford, Ky. Presbyterian church and services will LOST: Overcoat on Richmond be conducted by his pastor, Dr. R. and Bark L. Telford, Saturday afternoon, at road between Hiattsvilte Finder kindly return to thin 2 o'clock, to be followed by inter Creek. ment in the Richmond cemetery. The office or John Williams, Lancaster, pallbearers will be: Active Messrs, 29-2- t. Robert Mason, James Parks, T. J. HELP WANTED Man with some Smith, Sam Lackey, Woller Bennett, knowledge of gardening or nnd D. C. E. Smoot; Honorary Messrs Fount Rice nnd White Hales. firming. Market gardner preferred: nn excellent and unusual sales opportunity. The Wing Seed Co., HORSE COLIC lt-pMcchanicsburr. Ohio. is apt to come at any time. i . .... ie!, ... Four Good Farms To Sell. Public Sale. For Congressman. Take Notice r Dizziness Causes Tall Head Injured Notice To Public. Liberty Bonds STOCK FARM aavtime, Yrk Lancaster, Ky, 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 29, 1919. SHEEP BREEDERS SERGEANT YORK'S PRAISE DOG LAW HEROISM PRAISED Assert Canine Is Great- Fiiditini? Elder From Tennessee Hailed As est Menace to Live "Greatest Soldier Stock of State. in History". NEW YOItK, May 'Jt. Sergt. Al the resolutions giicn below huvc n C. York, who recciwd the Con."en passed by the executive com- gressional Medal nf Honor for the (Lexington Leader) SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER . Kelly Springfield TIRES BUYING Kelly-Springfield mittee of the Kentucky Sheep Breed- - n igbtiest single-hande- d nchievement ri' Association. n tie war, in which he killed twenty a --This committee is composed of the ( ermr.ns, took 1112 more prisoners following; I'r. II. K. Stevenson, pres- tilnl thirty-si- x enemy machine guns ident; E. S. Good, secretnry-treusure- r olit of luin:ss in the Arsonne. '.Miss Lillian Ileailley, Miss Sunshine wlounil up day nf unsuccessful cf Sweeney, J, S. Watkins, Hubert S. Ilia firt to "get into New York's subway" Muck, I'. II. Caines, II. II. Dranc, II. lij hearing himself proclaimed the M. Fromnn, Abram llcnick, I.. U Dor- - "greatest toldier in history" nt n din isey. Col. E. It. Taylor, Jr., A. K. tier of the Tennessee Society in his Examined. Shout e, T. I. Ilornsby anil Claude honor nt the Waldorf-Astori- a last Williams. night. Yotk, fcond elder in tha 13 Years in Central Kentucky, The resolutions follow: Union Church of Christ and Christian 'Whereas, The greatest menace to ill the little Tennessee village of Tall will be at the the sheep industry in the State of Mull, on the lonely Wolf river, was Kentucky is the dog, which one fact !Unk:d on either side nt the spenk has done more in let cut years not cKs table by Major (icmral George only to cnuse sheepmen to become dis imncnn, wno coiumnnueM use zii t" gustcd und dispose of their flocks but Aiuericn) division in which York also to keep hundred: of other men fr.iight, and Vice Admiral Albert from going into the business and Cleaves, commander of the truier "Whereas, Iteports from Kentucky and trnnrport force of the navy, who t .iscrs show that fly per cent of them "sent ism. jxersens nnd htougnt bin consider the dog the greatest menace back." Danville's Exclusive Optometrist. to the sheep business today, the Not only that, but t. from zm i i:mi'I.ov no acknts losses reported for 1UK! varying from the Secretary of War was read to him lone to sixty-eighead per flock, one in which Mr. Baker iisked that hu can see that the dog menace is the "viry smiereest resaids" be person I greatest limiting factor to further de nlly conveyed to the "ditinguihcd BEGIN FEEDING YOUR PIGS says: We've Our philosopher velopment of the sheep industry in suldii r." the as soon whipped uur foreign enemies, Keep them Kentucky, and lis they will eat. was drunk York's Hun, to n finish ; so now let tnke n growing, vtnen you ncgin tecmng "Whereas, It has come to the no sandwiched toast between cue stundirg, to Pres in whnck nt out enemies ut home, the them. II. A. THOMAS' lice of the execute e committee of the ident Wilson and another to Major irie n little weeds. 110(1 I'OWDEIt every day Corrects Kentucky Sheep Breeders' Associa Geneinl Duncan, nnd so many times indigestion, tunic and tissue buihler. lion that tne importance, eiiiorcement wim "Sergeant York" eulogized ami and value of the dog law for the pro- spoken to that he heard the toast' Expels wurms. W. A. Dickerson, tection of nil clnssess of lie stock has master hesitate ns he started to intro It wasn't H Missouri editor but n been iuestioned in certain instances. dute the 82d DMsion's commanding Three English Institutions. printer's devil who i going through Whcreier the on of llrlliinnlii inny this association desires to go on rec genernl as "Sergeant er, that is hrst experience on "making up" und iimnMiikiihly ord as being fully in accord with this .Major Genernl Durrani" When it forms, The uper was lute iiml the riKiin. thfve SP'nt English Institutions set tlurn upnrt act, believing it expresses the atti- came York's turn to stand up nnd nil hoy got the gallc) mixed. The first from other races mid creed. Ten In tude of the Kentucky sheep growers part f the obituary notice nf a pushed nnd others interested in the protec- dress tit 3 diners he showed his mod the adeniiNUi, liandkt'ri til.-est simplicity! ritizrn Iiml lren ilumpril in up the ideeie mid "dress" for dlnuer. tion of the lite stock industry, there"I guess you all understand that the forma and the next handful of fore I'm just u soldier and not u speaker" type came off of it galley describing "He it Itcsohed: That the dog Plants Affected by Sun. he said. "I am jut n soldier boy n recent fire. It read like this: "Th In the opinion of the but I want to thank the society nnd 8mne reinnrkiible inrlutioni In plant pall learcra lowered the body to the to Sheep Breeders, Association, the bast General Duncan, nnd I want you nil structure mid color fmin crave ami as it was consigned to the the sun lit different hour cMiureday opinion of of the the lending live stock in- to know that what you all have done Hemes there were few if any regrets hae been brought to the notice of the of the State of Kentucky as to for me is highly appreciated, and I Icr the old wreck Iiml been an eye-or- e Ilnjnl MIcnKeopleiil Society of Eug-hin- d terests the method by which live stock may ii"ver shall forget it. Thank you to the t own for years. Of by Col. It. IX Itanium. In tinners be prutected from dogs; that the pres- very much." course there was individual loss, hut if the eomiiinn luo-- t irl tllln tropneolum Yesterday was one round of festhe low sun of the early morn- ent law as enacted is satisfactory to that urn fully covered hy insura'ici". i:i:ijti live stock interests of the State tivities for Sergeant York. From The widow thinks the editor wrote the ing deti loped jcltow coloring mutter, the it is effectiicly administered morning until long after his "regular obituary tint way the la- the mlildle villi of midday stimulated and that coland is n source of protection to the bedtime" he was hurried about the mented partner of her joys nnd sor- he lotei. billed iiml purple. The or of the follnse and Iodine of thu farmer and has met with no com- city in tn.xicabs, touring cars and rows owed him five years' ientes nNii cliaueod. plaint from taxpayers, nnd limousines, lie wa ihuntcd from "lie It Further Resolved: That the one place of interest and one recepnecessity of such a law is apparent, tion to another until "eating time" At when it is considered that the devel- the Waldorf gave him u breathing opment of the sheep industry and its spell. Then he announced modestly. future are largely dependent upon and with no offense '.ntended, that all our ability to control the dog men-ar- day long hu hid wnnted to do "just mid one thing get into the subway." "Be It Further Hesolved: That it "That's one place I sure do want to is the belief of this association that ! see", he si;hcd the law should be strictly enforced. At dinner Sergeant York was hailand its members in the various coun-- l ed as the toldijr "who has distinnnd the members of other live guished himself above nil men in the ties rtock associations are called upon to wur, in the achievement of the greatropnrt to the proper authorities in- est individual deed in history", stances of laxness in its enforcement, and Us. "Be It Further Hesolved: That it Sixty four farmers und business the opinion of this committee that tho law us it now exists should continue men from Arkansas will visit the Col Sheep lege of Agriculture nnd some typical in force, nnd the Kentucky Breeders' Association, with its kin- Kentucky farms on June tith and 7th. presi-dedred lie stock associations, will con- The governor of Arkansas, the the of the Stall University, tinue to support it until experience College nnd indicntes that changes lire advisable". ilenn nnd director of the Experiment Station und the director of Extension will be with this big and Is reptesentutie party. Mr. 1). C. Welty, who was In Lexington lately The county agent of Cumberland making the until arrangements foi County evidently believes in thu old the comfort of the party, said to your saying "seeing la believing", for he correrpondent. "We will visit Kenwrites us follows: tucky first. In fact, your state will "I spent n large part of two days be the only Southern State on our iiinii glr.g u pig feeding experiment. schedule. Then we will go to MichiIt Is us follows: Two pig pens were gan, Indiana, and Illinois to look constructed on the public square? mid their colleges of agriculture, their ex:i wlf feeder for pigs wns nlso periment stations mid some of the nnd placed across the par- best farms in each state. We expect tition between the two pens. In one to put Arkansas on the mup und so end com only is to be placed und in we lire out to see what the other felnre a lot of cultivators on the market. Some the other end n balanced ration low is iloing." are good others not so good. But there is ono of T partr corn, 4 parts shorts that neatly every farmer has heard about mil 2 parts tnnkacc is placed so that the pigs In one pen get only corn International No. 4 Pivot Axle Cultivator Be while the others get u balanced raKansas will il.kt-te- r Topeka, Kun tion. The 4 pigs lire to come from Every man that lias ever used an International No. 4 Is althe same litter and nre to bo the inme of ull nil wheat crop records ways ready to say a cood word for its clean work and easy opera-lio- n. Every nun that hu a boy of 14 or over ought to put him in thi fieli size lis nenrly ns possible. They are States, uccording to the crop report No. 4. Chances are ho will beat his did t doing a clen job. with a to bo weighed nt the beginning and of the Kansas State Hoard of AgrU You can dodge In crooked rows and clean out the weeds in a war that end of the experiment which is to culture. will surprise you. This la because the wheel pivot and the gang shift with With an average condition of US run 0 months. A record of cost of It i tho aianplaat cultivator you avtr co alight motion ol the foot Easy all feed is to be kept and the cost of per cent normal this year's harvest rod on. You can change tho cultivating width without stopping us team. Just a twiat ol the wrist. will yield an estimated crop of ti e gulns computed at the end. Th only wiy to saliafy yourself that w ar not strettlung tke truth and Tills experiment not only demonbushels or 20.1 bushels per many other eicluaira feature of the No. 4 is la coeee also to learn about-thstrates the value of balanced Uticns acre, present prespects promise. In end take a look at our eaioslca. for pigs but the value of a self feedIf forecasts are borne out, the Suner also. I hate heard no less than a flower State's yield this year will exdozen persons say they were going to ceed the combined 1917 and 1918 make them one. It has been the yields by approximately 83,000,000 Bryantsvllle, Kentucky. thief center of attraction." bushels. s THE BYRNE OPTICAL SERVICE Glasses Fitted. and TUBES Eyes Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, Ky. Only Two More Oays other tires with the hope of setting mileage is the triumph of hope over experience. Dealers in Garrard county: Paint Lick Garage. Paint Lick. Ky I Stormes Drug Store. Lancaster.Ky Stock Went To LIKENS SELF TO Trinadad. DROWING MAN. Took Medicines As Vic tim Grabs At Straw, Crowe 11 In Tru-ton- a. Says-Rewar- ded Wasn't From Missouri. i'aducah, Ky., Muy 28th, 1919. 'Just ns n drowning man grubs nt every straw, so have I been trying every new medicine I heard of in nn etrort to get relief from long standing troubles; and the search has not been in vain, for I have found simTru- ply marvelous relief through tona," J. S. Crowell, prominent I'a- lucah business man, residing lit 312 Jackson street, who, for the past twelve years has been connected with the Gardner Furniture Co., Paducah's largest furniture dealers. I'd had liver trouble for n long time", he continued, "und last March I suffered nn infection that left me I had n bad n terrible condition. cough, constipation bothered me al most continually and I usually felt tired and worn out. I frequently be came dizzy. Trutonu has made me feel like n My trim made over again, however. boweli act with clock-lik- e regularity now, the dizzy spells have ceased to occur und the terrible cough is 100 per cent improved. Trutona has restored my old time 'pep', I walked 2 blocks last evening and didn't feel a bit tired nftcrwnrds. Before, it fatigued me (o walk to the store. I can't say too much in favor of Tru tona, It helped me where other midicincs had failed." Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Lancaster nt K. E. McUOBEUTS DKUC5 STOKE. On May 20th, a carload of assorted stock left Lexington by way of New York City for the island of Trinadad in the West Indies. The car which was billed to Dr. Shannon, who is in charge of the live stock on a large sugar plantation, contained eight grade Porchcron mares for mule production, one Pcrcheron stallion, one saddle brood mare, three of her colts, three Southdown sheep, three Hampshire hogs, three bronie turkeys nnd ten Belgian nnd Flemish hares. Thi stock was bought and shipped by the Live Stock Exchange of the College of Agriculture which is a clearing house for tho small bleeder and buyer in Kentucky. Conveniences On the Farm. If we compare life upon the farm now to what it was fifty years ago we shall find a wonderful increase in its convenience nnd comfort to the farmer. Improvements in farming machin ery have made the work somewhat less strenuous, and improved meth ods of farming enable better results to be produced with less effort. But the greatest amelioration in conditions comes from the rural free delivery, the telephone nnd the automobile. These have put nn end to the farm er's isolation. He is now a member of the community, und a prominent one. Whatever the weather condi- '.ions, news of the world comes to him regularly, and he is in immediate' touch with neighbors nnd friends. Mexico is very short-sighteFirst she wns unable to recognize the rights property-holder- s nnd of American now rhe does not recognize the MonUncle Sam may have roe doctrine. to furnish her with the spectacles of the U. S. army nnd the U. S. navy. i, Arkansas To Visit (Advertisement.) Seeing Believing. It Can Be Done. You make f?4.tKi a Love and Life. :ir an an art- utor. And yet ieop1o wij you can't M Te And the gist of life is lore, hint the en nlr." Boston Transcript. tenure of It l forever. Exchange. The Cultivator You Hear About THERE Ice Cream and 3i Kansas Wheat Crop To Best in History. Phone 56 BECKER & BALLARD BASTIN BROS. ad The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 29 1919. t - LIV STOCK AyAIELVEP)IU AMERICANA DEHORNING OF CATTLE URGED i STOP! LOOK! of sea1 $200 IN GOLD $200 Use ef Caustic, Clippers and Saw to Prevent Growth and Remove Horns Is Favored. (Prepared t.y the t'nltr.l Mate nicnt ef Agriculture t i I'rpart. LISTEN! W FOR A SLOGAN What Devonia Is. E WANT a slogan for Dcvonia the American Medicinal Mineral Water a slogan v1tli punch and snap to it something that really suggests the benefit which comes from using Dcvonia. And we arc going to give $200 in 'gold to the person who sends us the hest slogan. Think of it I $200 for iust a few words. Hut Dcvonia, the linct of medicinal mineral waters the world over is worth your best thought and effort. it-- worth Pi horning makes an nnliiml more easily handled. It render the animal less dangerous to attendants. It prevents (he goring of other cattle In the feeding lot or In transit to market. It adds uniformity to the appearance of rattle and therehy adds to their value. Methods of dehorning cattle have l.ren the it!iject of unusually Interest-In- g demonstrations I., Id hy rattle specialists of the fulled States department of acrlrullure with We are equipped with machinery to do nil kinds AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE REPAIRING We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. battery charger We have installed anil are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelcne nnd Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Hngine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Funis and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day nnd Night. Satisfaction On nil makes of Automobiles or Kttgines. Dcvonia is an American Medicinal Mineral Water. N'o other water has a record of such helpfulness to the ailing. Some of these for which it has been widely and successfully prescribed by physicians are: Constipation. Rheumatic Affections. High Blood Pressure, Hardening of the Arteries, Eczema and similar ailments. Unlike many other mineral waters, Dcvonia comes to you just as it comes from its natural source, a thousand feet underground. Nothing is added to it to make it stronger It is not condensed. Yet so effective is it that a tablespoonful to a glass oi water is all usually required for effective results. Neither is it a powerful cathartic, Its properties "are remedial, alterative and reconstructive. Hut to know what Devonia really is you should learn what it has done for others. Oct some of cur booklets, "The Story of a Well Man," or some of the others. LA- ft IS- II ' No Conditions To This Contest. You may send in one slogan or many. You do not need to buy anything. AH we ak is that the slogan be short and snappy. As we want only one slogan, there will be only one prize $200; but that is worth winning. The judges will be the officers of The Devonian Mineral Spring Company, Mr. Thomas E. Ilasham. president of the Thomas K. Haham Company, our advertising agents, and the advertising managers of the four Louisville papers. All slogans must be in our hands by June 1. The announcement will be made as soon thereafter as the judges can reach a decision, and their decision will be final. In case the winning slogan is suggested by two or more persons the prize will be divided equally. All slogans become the property of The Devonian Mineral Spring Company. Mail your slogan to The Devonian Mineral Spring Company, executive offices Owenslioro. Ky. For our convenience we ask you to use the coupon. Animal in Dehorning Crate Ready for Operation. other extension ferces. The demonstrators shimcd how to remote horns with dippers mid sinvs, and with the Use of miMlc sim!.i nnd caustic totali to prevent the- - grimth of horns on cales. Ivhoniltig chutes, f,r bidding cattle while being dehorned, nrre nlsA constructed hy the demonstrators, who emphasized tie Imjiortiincc of using them Instead of resorting to uch practices as throwing the animals with ropes, tjlng them to fences or slmllur methods whlrh are unsatisfactory. In a nuinher of rases fanners were perto dehorn one or two animals mitted to heiiime familiar Willi the opnratlon. The melhotl of dehorning In each inse upon the aire of the rattle, specialists of the ilepartment say. Jirmonstratlons with )oong calves showed how the crmitli of horns can he preented tiy properly uppljln caustic s,kIii or raustlc potash. Older 'nlvos and other rattle were dehorned either with the saw or rllplcrs. While clippers remote the horn more ipilck ly und. with less pain to the animal, the aw has the advantage of not crushing the horn, especially In the case of old animals whose horns are hard and brittle. Neither does the saw cause as much blcesllng, Mnce hy lacerating the blood vessels It causes a clot of hliiod to form qulckl.r. NO guaranteed. Patrick hpnrv Phone 31. - & ri,:.r Conn. ...-,- . n:- p rrtNN PAINT LICK, KY. Jrj - ujr-- : - j Banking by Mail "Safe Private & Convenient Take a Tabletpoonful f Dcvonla to a Glaitful of water. M COUPON Ky. II mm WW -- let the Coeernment be our CO between br using; the Mailman. Our A Investment le guaranteed 'by ua. Write toiler for Information. The "Cltiiene" Is the largest Bank In deceive of Indianapolis, end Indiana le safety and conservatively managed, 'besides being; under U. a. Covemment aupervlelon. COUPON MINERAL SPRINO. CO., Inc., Owensboro. Ky. Please tend me the following Devonia Gentlemen: Doekleti! "The Story of a Well Men." "Puihlng Back Father Time." What to do with Rheumatlem. Men a Chance." High "diving Bleod Preeeure, the dieeaee of the American bualneee man. Coretlpatlon. Trlflee.' "Serleue "Strengthening the Life Line." Hardening ef the Arterlee. "The Olew of Health." A Beautiful Skin depend upon Health. Check with an "X" such of the foregoing ae you would like to receive. Any or all of them will be eent free on requeet. Fill In your name and addreee and mall to THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRINO CO., THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Inc.. Owensboro. My THE DEVONIAN Citizens National' Bank. CVNSVU.lt 1SCAH1.V m suggtstlon for a Slogan It (Write Pl'ai'nYyV RllMSII mslv- a ilhtumv in I J MIHI.M INOICNS OSSI... nueirtfcM- - I have read your books on... PLACE FOR SCRUB STOCK (Insert Names of Booklets Here) Name Addrei Owenaboro, Name (Incorporated) Animal Is Wasteful of Feed and Own Are er's Labor Pure.Breds Worth More to Keep. (Prepared by the I'nltiil Stales Depart. mem oi Agriculture.) Scrub U.e stock Is no longer lit for perpetuation III the I'lilted Slates. A scrub Is wasteful of feed and wasteful of Its owner's labor. The scrub anlmiit has served Its purisise as a couiiectlii link between the cdil obsolete method of farming und new progressive mrUe oils. Thousands of farmers In Ibis country already have discards! scrub stock and are better off hecuuse of are worth that decision. I'lirc-brcd- s more to keep and lire woith more to sell. The scrub aiilmnl has been use ful us u connecting link, but our aim from now on should be to make the scrub extinct and to make It the miss. Ing link so fur as live stock Is com cerned. Thut cannot tie clone liiuncill ntely, but It Is tho goal toward which we should work. FEEDING SILAGE TO One Advantage ef Education. We have nluiijs hcKctcd In the high possibilities of the mioles, and more particularly since n i harming girl told us 'lie had found )oii could, hold hands lust pe well nt an tslumtlonal film ns !riniil Itaplds Press. tiny other. Things Evened Up. It.il hie walks lii.ine f re lis kindergarten with n little neighbor girl who I. s Mi- - brother until to IW.ble: "Oh, Hob. slug's iisi big in be jour Min theart." Hut It. Mil,, met the ppiposltlnti tons: ;.s's to public srhisil. He calls her sv.eettn art. Su the ether his Ky. (If under 21. Qlve us name of father or mother) If your Druggist does not have Devonia. write to Exclusive Springs Co., Incorporated, Owensboro, Ky. Retail Drug Trade supplied by their Wholesale Druggists. Offices. The Devodinn Midernl i Optimistic Thought wilt safety Is better than a high one with danger. A low station Optimistic Thought. As a storm purlfr Hie misfortune sweetm ' n'r, o does) JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF Defined. ilay while we had a neighbor's little tmy out tor 11 drive wo passed a pasture III which were several rows nnl calves. I asked him what thoso llllli" animals were mid ho spoke up r,ulrkly, "If? what nflrr It crows up lAchange-- . Is a row. Qni Shakespearean Brides. None of the weddings of Shakes peare nrii mmcntlcuial and no thought of the display wedding taut women are mid to love disturbed these brides who all i Kiidly lacking In the attributed to women. The SluAospcnfeiui brbb- - does not have to be coaxes! to name the day. Juliet, ortln ami tillvhi forstull their lovers In mentioning the is reiuony, the latter two hum log their brldegriMinis to church with a haste- - that Is almost unseemly: und we have the testimony of Othi Hit that I'csdcmonu did the most of the courting. Mbr bend's hither tlun mine, but her feet nlr.'t." A Tettlno Pleur'sy With Coins. lintel method of diagnosing pleurisy Is ilescrllieil by I' Irilsiiillet In Ihi- I'arls .Medical, The examiner his ear to the patient's chest, closing his other ear. while coins are clinked at the intlint's back. The sound of the cuius coming through n healthy, nnriiiiillj-aeratilung seems dlstunt and dull, while through nu lung throu-- h snlled or homo;c-nco- ui tls.i,,., a cb'iir. silvery, metiilllc ring Is h ard. TOBACCO STICKS "Pieces of Eight." The piece of eight- - win the Spanish piastre or peso, now railed a dollar, thus known throughout the Spanish main In the dajs of piracy, hecauo It wax divided Into eight real". It win n sllwr coin worth $1 In the United ISl HORSES Limited Quantity May Be Olven If Care Is Exercised Cannot Consume Large Amount. Rllngu may be fed to horses In limited quantity If cure Is exercised, hut n horse cannot consume tho large quantities of roughage used by the stec r or cow, ami the amount of Klhiga given to horses on full feed must tie very limited. THE CLARK GATE Distinguished by Absolute Merit Clnrk Automatic Gate is the peoples choice, first in favor tho wide world over, and universally leading all others everywhere. Easy to operate, Automatically opens, closes Always in working order Climatic and locks. conditions have no elicct. Satisfaction sells thousands of Clark Automatic Gates. Agent For Garrard County. I p State. fit $11. per Thousand Tobacco sticks are awfully scarce this year, and those who wait, are going to find it next to impossible to secure them nt all. If you expect to need them, you hnd better get YOURS NOW. This is the only car we have bought, and we will probably be unable to secure nnothenone like it. Warning Had Effect. Helen l sensitive when tensed about her hnlr. After putlontly listen-In- s to her playmates' tatiiits fer ev. ernl minute, she lierame angry and Mumped her small foot, "lid loudly Informed them: "I know I'se k'ot red hair mid I'se cot a had temper to match wlf It, too. Von hotter 'mom-he- r that." Helen Isn't teased any more. Where the Trouble Is. I Si tiW LivtSrocj e e e IS1 p If we cannot ugrco with our present More beef rattle might be ratted er neighbors, making a profitably on many farms. chance will In no way Aelp to mend It Is almost a certainty that we fcliull find the new folks Just like the persons we left behind us, n far as Indifference und Incouslderatlon are concerned. Tho trouble Is with ourselves, and until we realize It and make an attempt to chance our own unfortunate temperaments we will not be happy uny v. here. ii natters. Heavy fecsllng does not alvsayi pro duce nroimrtlonute galus. Cornmeal, boiled potatoes and but termilk make u splendid ration for the growing pigs. e see A. H. BASTIN & CO. A. T. SCOTT IJ TS1 ' I i i The first requisites la raising stock Is a good feeder, let us say, a judlclow feeder, and a well-bor- n calf. PHONE 194. LANCASTER, KY. SJ The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 29 1919., Dry Cleaning and Dyeing CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, ETC. Send Via Parcel Post C17 FOURTH AVE. I i Monster Religious Pageant Feature of Methodist Centenary Celebration eijo-IIn- SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS fS the LOUISVILLE, KY. Known all over America WMOEYS LIBERTY BONDS Investment On Earth Safest nations. Wt buy and tell all lnues Telephone your order In large or small denomiat our espense. James C. Willson & Co. INVESTMENT SECURITIES At 210 S. Fifth St. LOUISVILLE, KY. (.rounds at Cnlum-litidally between June 20 ai il .lu'y 1.1 thorn will he produced, on a scaV without precedent In this ntry, a program of pageantry hi' li will require, for Its housing the trli-ciigating S.00 ixople, a spo-- i i.nly constructed mission pi j house, half a score of exhibit buildings, a Frr.it 01 al In fro.it of an amphllliea' ler designed to eat V),ft0i) people and calling for the services of 20,00 already Being trained participant", drilled hy hundreds of skilled In- truetnrs under the supervision of rernsnUed authorities In missionary dr. tnatlc and muslial held. The Centenary Pageantry will he presenlod in six distinct divisions. The schedule Includes: 1. A tleniltil rlurtlm of the CN. lumtiii. I Vnlcnar)' raseatit, "The Way-'ur11 Im state"! In the Coliseum, ,lt O SAMPSON 54034 This registered Pcrchcrbn stallion will make trie season at my place near llncklcy nt $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Sampson is n Mack horse with splendid hone nnd style nnil one of the host types of the I'ercheron breed. lie Is by Anchorite HlttiSS. hy Col. llreckinridire 11)074, hy Tclcmnquc C'JSti, hy Valiant 401. hy Prosper hU3, hy Decide 8UL', hy Vieujc Pierre, Mil, hy Coco 712. hy .Mlirnoti 71i, hy Jean Iji lllanc 739. DAM: Cypsy Clrl 45701, hy Ferdinand UI7.')'J, hy Madrljral HO.'O, by Saint Cermnln 0'J.riL', hy Avata lUCfi, hy Nugent 73S, hy Vidocq 4K3, by Coco II 71 J, hy Yieux Chnslin 713, hy Coco 712, hy Miirnon 715, hy Jen -i lllanc 730. 2ml. DAM: Cnllima 20280, hy llulan 7HH5, hy Picador Copy, hy Picador heluiiKinir to the French (internment, hy I'nvori belonging to M. Ilupont. 3rd. DAM: (iiillnntine 7h7i, hy Itaptistc 30rtl, hy Madeira 1.1 10, ly Viiloci 4h3, hy Coco II 711, hy Vieux Chalian 713, hy Coco 712, by Mlgnon 715, hy Jean Im lllanc 730. 4th. DAM: Pelotte 11817 hy Chrri, belonging to M. Jamois. Will take eery care A lien will he retained on nil colts for service. to prevent accidents hut not responsible should any occur. In this paxeant of mine, n woman called I'nderatandlng and the Wajfarer, a man who represents that element In modern society, and more especially In the church, which Is so tiewlldcred hy the Industrial and the social upheaval In the revolution throughout the world as to he almost In despair. "To Wayfarer, as to the manv hom )ou ami I know In rcaljlfe. It teems as If (iod Is either an absentee or utterly Impotent to control exist Inn However, I have conditions. held my pageant's text tlose to the fundamental truths which life teaches aml as the Waifarer Journe)s with riiderstaiidlng through the great events of religious lAilory, he discov ers that In every age the church has been confronted with seemingly In surmountable dlltlcultlcs, )ct always has trliimphel. Dr.Crowtlier has built his "Pageant of the Kingdom' around three episodesthe Captivity, the Christ the Conquest. The time Is the present. The Immediate occasion Is the war In Europe, The Captivity ha Hire. scene. War, Ip4lr nnil l livers nee. vary characters Jj y and Personal for !k VVfl wrigleys in Its alr-tiaht sealed package. i:pll ! f.iur srene. Kpl.le Ihe Itemirrertton. 3 The Chrlt i presented in llethl.lieni. J ruxalem. CalThe V? y ( iLc, f ft stdy fhat 15 worthy of your lasting regard because of its lasting quality. I I I I I I I I I P. E. FOLEY HACKLEY, KENTUCKY. KING MONROE, 4099 llrown Stallion with three white feet 15 34 hands high, will weigh 1100 pounds, has Ions line neck, line head set on high nice thin withers, good short hack with ns Rood n tail as eer was on n horse, Rood Iwnc and good feet. II. i M.IkmsM mi) t Ret Iitam.fk I9. i I Vtittf lle.ll I'eomtrk 03 He Mou'o tt Iu ' Mr i (etnr Wamtrk tlun Ms.mt.rhto CI s o J 11 l um'ter limtnuk w s B 00 B O U(rtl t3Umlr.o Sumr-le- Lf (Jrtuil w Pe umsrk 05 tjitile Hue kmin l f In Qurell I Kl.Ctlle Hltck DUmovt. Jr. lllsck IMsmon.l I'.u K1N(! MONItOK has ns much style speed and action as any saddle horse living. It can he seen that this horse belongs to the greatest family of the saddle horse heinK real Denmark. Study his icdlgrce and he convinced. Vou can make no mistake hy breeding to this horse, lie will net you saddle horses of the holiest type. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. Every man should brevd his mares and hrved them to the best. KINO MONROE wilt make the present setison nt my ham at $15.00 To Insure a Living Colt. Will Also Stand My Walking Stallion, In volcllK 'The WorM's liesKm.e. that areat poen. of John Oxenham. "Krom Nortti and Eolith anl Cast snd West They Come,' is III he alien. While much that Is finest In the score of "The Messiah" will be inOR. J. E. CROWTHER. corporated In the presentation of Assistant Director of the Methodist "The Wa)farer," Professor 'William .1, Kraft Centenary Celebration. of Columbia University, di.m'Ii nrtk, err rvsnllit rector general of the Centenary mutrf'rninr ' xt HuiiiIa) sic. Is writing several choruses for It S A on and selections from both Stabler and inHmmiith patrlutic Hie crml mill, priitiiiMy July 4. have been Introduced. 3. An lmpr,'..vr iMiiant or t'riiphry, Macfarlana tirtiiirlr's in ms.MNl array mill Assisting Professor Kraft are Horace ImMli tlmnlp In tin. notivltk of Whlteliouse of Ohio Weslevan Uniuill bel versity and Montgomery Lynch of tlir Irhnitlun Till. hriil In lli- - tiprti .Mr. I.)nch will direct the Tli. I'lilltrrn's l'asint. titilch will! Seattle. Im Kltn rfTeitlVH out netting In' music of "The Wayfarer." tlist it I. to I mi tlie Uht- - friint A aymphon) orchestra of "5 pieces U'1 In tli IVntetMry arutimt. with u Uick arfiunil of njiuinil crrenr, witti trr.s will support an off stage chorus of l.rx'O voices lu addition to the 3C0 himI sliruti" S Tlip Itfnion.r.tiiin lUg.antry, Riven' singers on the stag. .Irtlly in the exlilhlt liulMlnir, The musical numbers of the. pageant Nulhe Uff l'U. In the Mlultn form a feature which by itself would l.l) lliiue. be considered ambition enough for Interest on the part of the jeneral imbllc centers primarily In the Co- any great production. They include Pageant, "The the following: lumbus Centenary Ro! "Why D the Nation?" Wavfarer." which has been written1 I la Itandel and will be produced by Dr. J. E. Tenor 8oli"Comfort Te" .Handel Cruwther of Seattle, assistant direct- Chorus "Awake, f'ut on Thy Mlrength" or of th relehration. Kraft Ilealliing that the celebration would tinprajin Holo "Ksjotce Oreatly, o Zlon" Handel attract many thousands who eould I ChorusIlauahtsr ofSlhlne" "Arise, Krafl carry aay a great spiritual message Alto and Chorus "o Thou That Telle.!" . Handel If it was presented in striking man"Pastoral Hlmphony". Handel ner, he designed the pageant, "The Orchcatra "i;lory to Ood In the Chorus Waifarer," as more than an enter. Highest" .. Kraft tainment or a spectacle, and com- Alto Soli "lis Shall feed HI. Handel religious drama ChonmHock" bined Impressive "llosanna" Kraft musical setting to Soprano Sohi "Coma ITnlo Him". Handel with a high-clas- s show that throughout the ages re- Orchestra Processional "To Calvary" Stalner ligion has triumphed over seemingly Chorus "Fling Wide the :ates".Hlaliier insurmountable opposition. Chorua -- "Lift t'p Your Heads' Handel One Tenor and Choru. -- "Ho. Everyone "The theme of my pageant? That Thlrslelh" . . .Marfarlane word will give It to you Kmmanuel 'Cod Is with us,'" says the author-produce- r Choru. "Unto t'a a Child la Born"Handel "There are two leading Choru. "Hallelujah" itandel Christian (Mlfzatloii. taae, vwittunil Inleiinls.ion nine units The (Ireat Commission, The Messensen. of the Cro.s The li'wwl Me.sake. The WorM . ltepj.one. Prmession ff Arr.erl. cms. Thi I'hrl.tlan of Nation.. The NVi on Karth, Kmmanuel s Coronation The (Jreat Commission the of I'hrl.t for the Chnque.t oCthe worlil thnoigh Christianity: tiortrolnjc of the Cnes" "The Meseeni(t-are I . Hi. shown Oonstsntlne. Aincutl,ie, WjrllfTe, l.uther, Wesley, Morrison re. verl for strike in China, Carey whoe tnrtla. l.lvlnsstore, tiarne iikki from the church history of I.lr, ohi ami other men who in Africa molern times have wrvej the cause of (ipiie. rnmprL"o I I WRIGLEYS I I L. Sealed Tight Kept Right U Three flavors to suit all tastes. Be SURE to get NelS ySS&M Why Stings Hurt. The piiln iuiieil hy the sllne of net. ties Is due parti., tn formic acid and partly to n ihemlnil resemlillni; snake poison. Our nettles nre comparatively hariuless; hut In Indln, Java and elsewhere, there are varieties the painful elTiets of which lat weeks, and lu Mime cases months, like snnke-hlte- It has been proved that If lamps and henters In which keroM-nI. used as fuel nre kept scrupulously clean. Cere will be n decided savins of oil; also, there will bo an iipial pleasing absence of the disagreeable odor that so often accompanies the burning of kerosene. Kerosene Kink. ... CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 j J Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. --I ON B. V. Hudson, "ROLL OF HONOR.' . la President, J. J. Walker, V. Pres. W. O. Asst. Cachier. Clerk. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, V. F. Champ, Cashier, REX First Dam A DI'KNNON MAKE. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. This hurse has sired some of the best walking Horses in the State. He He is n real nodding walker himself, will get you n Walking Horse right. with style nt both ends. Hy HEX PKAVINK, Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, DESIGNING COSTUMES TO BE WORN AT METHODIST CENTENARY CELEBRATION DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? Will also stand two rood Jacks at $10. for mare colt and $8. for horse colt. All of the nhove stock will make the season at my farm on the tiillispie pike three miles from Paint Lick nnil two miles from llackley. Mountain Summer School With Chautauqau Feature BEREA' C6LLEGE, N. W. ROGERS. BEREA, KENTUCKY. A good Registered Percheon Stallion, weight 1550 pounds, lias been standing in Jessamine county for four years and proven to be a great Milton lf June 6 to July II and July house-keeper- II to August 15 Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business men, Christian workers. "S'ometliinB trood for every comer!" fanners, discharged soldiers, breeder. He will make the season of 1919 at my place mile from Camp Nelson on the one and one-haLexington and Danville pike at $15.00 TO INSURE A COLT LIVING AND ALL RIGHT. Daily discussions of things important for the mountains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. at,ita. miaa Va. ..AjS!ffff."au. .C&ttitK iiiAaw.! H. C. KINC CAMP NELSON, KENTUCKY. for thousands of costumes DKSIC1NS used lu the pageants and life plays of the Methodist Centenary Celebration at Columbus, ().. June 20 to July 13, are being prepared by Livingston Piatt, the noted costume and scenic designer of New York, who has taken the. big Job of costum-iu- i appropriately all participants In Mr. Piatt's dethe big exposition. signs range from the garb of the ancient Babylonians and their Jewish captives, worn In the first episode of the bit pageant. "The Wayfarer," to modern drtss of lieUUn Um mar refugees In the war front scene. Seventy thousand tarda of material have been ordered for the costumes used lu the Centenary Celebration which marks lu a spectacular and Impressive manner the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Methodist missions. Mr. Piatt has made research work for weeks through authentic pictorial records of costumes, ancient and modern, lu addition to the costumes of lllblical times, he has limned plates plates of Japanese. Chinese tail Hindoo garb. Iieren Faculty includes many of the greatest educators and speakers of the south, and summef brings in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. v Berea is religious, of Christ". Tobacco prohibited. "works with nil followers Best location, climate and equipment. The prices nre made right for young folks just getting a start "cheaper than staying at hotne." (Adv.) Address The Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, 8 Berea, Kentucky. It. 5-- ' The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky., Thursday May 29, 9 9 1 1 WEIGHT OF LEGUMES The following nre the number of pounds required tn make a bushel of the common legumes: Alfalfa, CO pounds to the bushel. Alslke clover, CO pounds. Bur clover (In the bur), 10 or 11 pounds. Canada field peas, CO pounds. Cowpena, CO pounds. Crimson clover, CO pounds. Lespcdera, Japan clocr 23 pounds. Melllotus, sweet clover (hulled), GO pounds. Peanuts, 12 to 2S pounds. lted clover, CO pound". White clover, CO pounds. Vetches, CO pounds. Some of these are sold only by the pound. Hut where a buhel Is spoken of the legal requirement must be accepted or given. HOSTESS HOUSE FAMILYREUNION How It Happened to Entertain Only A. E. F. Mother Who Visited Army of Occupation. rt M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Dodge Brothers motor CAR will be sold in Lancaster and Garrard County exclusively by BIG CORPORAL DUTIFUL Offic ov.r Th Carrard Dank 5. Reiidanc 376. SON, Phones Of fit LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 4fe DIRECTOR 7 No Knightly Coartlers Evsr Aetd With Mora Gallantry to Lady Fair Than Did Ha and His Doughboy Pals to This Llttla Whit Haired Woman Dressed Esqulslttly In Black. By GRACE OOULDER. (With tht American Y. W. C. A. Over, J. A. Beazley FUNERAL Olllce (her National Hank. lEciidenre I'hor.e 3. Offife l'hcne-,2I.ANCASTK1!, KY. MOISTURE IN WHEAT AND MjLLPRODllCTS k Importance in Effect on Quality of Flour Is Recognized. ' ' H!w. Various Methods of Tempering to Give Right Content Are In Use at Mills Results ef Investigations at Kansas Clty ,,,, (Prepared by the T'nlted States Depart, tnent of Agriculture.) aaas.) Coblcnz, (Sermnny, March 2S (lly Mall.) It hnpenel right here In Cnbleua, A big corpurnt came Intn the V. V. C. A. Hostess House and naked fur the director. Miss Itutli WooOitmnll, who comes) from Oilorado hprinjrs, Colo. 'Could my mother stay heref he began at onre, trying his best to oxer his excitement. Your mother 1" gasped Miss Wih.. small. "How did your mother our get H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, here!" The Importance of the moisture content of wheat In its effect on yields and quality of flour Is recognized by millers, and has led to their with deportment of sericulture Investigators lu making tests of moisture content of wheat and mill products nt a number of flour mills. Wheat when received nt the mill Is seldom, If ever, In the best condition for milling. Its moisture content being too high or too low or not properly distributed through the kernel. Various methods of tempering wheat to give It the right moisture content for the outer and Inner parts of the kernel are In use nt mill. The results of Investigations of moisture content made nt Knnas City on wheat before and after Its preparation for milling, on tempered wheat, and on different mill products during the course of their manufacture nre contained In Department of Agriculture Bulletin 78S Jut isnjcd. This publication contain tables showing moUture content of linrd red winter whent before and after cleaning and tempering, and nlo tables of moisture content of the various mill streums of mill stock. In general the moisture content of the flour streams Is reduced as milling proceeds from the first break to the end of the process. One of the conclusions of the Investigators Is that very little of the water added to the wheat during tempering penetrated deeper than the iierjcnrp. The moisture content of the better grades of flour milled, Irrespective of the amount of water added during tempering, closely corrci.ondil tn the percentage of moisture contained In the untempered whent. KINNAIRD BROS. Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. Little Chance for Confession. "A good husband ought to tell his wife nil his faults," explains the professional solver of domestic problems In a Milwaukee newspaper. A very original Idea, but what la the prescribed method of conduct when she persists In telling about them first? Not Necessary. ln't absolutely necessary to say something 'Illy to the girl nt the cigar counter. The proprietor tloesnl require It of customers nnd the girl isn't paid for listening to renselem chatter. Toledo Wade. It Mending Knives and Forks. Tn mend n knife or steel fork which come out of the handle, fill the hole has with finely pondered resin and hold the much end of the knife or fork In the fire until It become hot. Insert It In the imwdered resin and hold II Mmlght until firmly fixed. BOYLE COUNTY AT FARM AUCTION ON 10 BEE KEEPERS' WHEELBARROW Will Be Found Convenient In Carrying Hives From Place to Place In the Apiary. For carrying hives from place tn place In the apiary the wheelbarrow shown herewith will he found very convenient. It Is the ordinary contractor's burrow, which has u wooden troy. This trny Is, however, replaced by the trlungular front, which Is made high enough for the side of n hive with supers to rest against, says AmerWith such an Ini- ican Agriculturist. THURSDAY, JUNE 12th o'clock, P. M., I will sell for Floyd Curtis, 148.16 acres, subdivided and sold in 2 tracts of 88.29 acres and 59.S7 acres or as a whole to suit purchaser. 3 miles south of Danville on Hustonville LOCATION: pike Beautiful frontage on pike. This is good land and lies well. No waste land. Farm divided into 6 fields and yard, garden and front avenue. Good fencing and everlasting water. Five room Bungalow, Dairy House, large stock and tobacco barn, and other out buildings. Good cistern. A desirable home close to Danville and within one mile of 2 Well, she Isn't here yet, but If she come will )ou keep herl" "(If enunMt I will, but " She didn't finish, for the Imy hsd smashed his rap bock on his head and was nut of the door on a run. The corporal's visit remained a mys tery for two days. Then one evening Jut nt dusk n little white haired woman drv.ed exquisitely In blnrk appeared In the sitting room of the Host- es House, and the cororal was hover Inn behind her, trying to be beside her and back of her nnd In front f he nil at once. He was carrying be coot n hie fur one. With them were doughboys, pnls of the corporal three They tried to keep In the background, but their eies wero glued on her fuce. Kverjone In the lttlng room sat a There nre no English attention. x'nkln men or women out of mil form In the Third Army area. Art hem was a woman In civilian lothei Miithera an- - unhenrd of with the army Itut tins Shi a mother, everyone knew Aftcr awhile someone found out about this mother. Had Been Interned During War. Khu and. her hiihand. who were norn in lienuany, nut lind hern tint urullzod, lled lu Snn 1'rancl.ro. lie fore the war they left for Welnhaden, (iermuny, that their lnalld daughter nilcht hn( treatment at this fumou health report. They brought their other children wlih them. One wn Waiter, n small boy, and the other was llnlph. now Corporal Mepp of tlip American Army When the war was declared they sent Italph lnik to America, beciiii"" he wu of military age, ami they dl nut want him to fight for the kaiser Then America entered the wir. Mrs. Stepp- - Mrs. Annn Stepp she Is told this part of the story: Intll a month ago I hadn't heard from Itnlpli for two tears and a half even tieforo America sot In tin- - war mall was held up. I didn't know whether he was In the army or not ut I was sure he was, became- - well. he la an American." Hen1 she stopped a minute to smile up nt him. Dr. Printus Calls Answered Walker Day VETERINARIAN. Promptly Phon 317. KENTUCKY. or Nllht. LANCASTER, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J. B. D1NWIDDIE, Auctioneer. .MK STANFORD, GIVE KENTUCKY. TltlAI. Satisfaction Guaranteed. A W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTEK. Olllce - KENTUCKY. 7:.1' oer Stormes Drug Store. Hours S 12 a.m. 14 p.m. yp.ro. BOOKKEEPING Boilaess.Phonogrsphy TYPEWRITING and unmnt R.1MITH tUSINHt C0LIEQE fttwi m Hli tmi tttwhtntf an-( fna tw U4mi WILMI M H. SMITH. TELEGRAPHY lit I'rNManl ytft 1id, Mf. Li ritr I tn istfrtlW 4filB . (. JV,11 Convenient Wheelbarrow. plcment It Is possible to carry six to or three to five ten sectional-super- s broad chambers filled with honey or or even more empty supers. a dozen If a platform with n back Is placed upon It, as many as 50 empty shipping cases can be carried at one load. No matter how heavy a colony of bees may be this wheelbarrow can handle It with case. It is Just the thing for doing heavy- work lu the nplary yard. SOY BEANS GOOD AS PASTURE Crop Can Be Utilized for All Kinds of Hogs InStock, Especially creases Fertility. (Prepared by the United States o( Agriculture.) Pepart-mea- railroad. The land is in cultivation as follows: 65 acres corn, 50 acres oats sown to clover and timothy, 20 acres clover, 3 acres tobacco, 10 acres yard, garden and lots. Farm is rented on crop sharing basis. OWNERS PART OF CROPS WILL BE SOLD WITH THE LAND. This farm will be sold to the "High Dollar", will positively change ownership, REGARDLESS OF PRICE. Will be "turned loose" FROM THE TIME OF THE AUCTIONEER'S CRY OF THE FIRST BID. Don't forget the date and time of day. t The coy bean can be utilized to advantage as pasture for all kinds of stock, the most prolltublu method, ir-hupbeing to pasture with hogs, supplementing the corn rut Ion. This Is especially desirable when the harvesting 1 Interfered with by bad weather, lack of labor, or other causes, and when the crop is grown for soil Improvement. In this way the crop Is profitable not only from the standpoint of feeding value, but also In the Increase of soil fertility due to the manure and refute vines. SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Agent. Col. G. L. Toombs, Auct. Don't forget the Auction Sale of the 210 acres on June 11th. Other Farms for sale at all times. After awhile we heard from some friends that he wns In the army- and that be had come over here. That wu all I ever knew. It's nearly flte 3 ears since I Iiiiif seen html Of course it was nwfolly hard I couldn't get word tn him and he ouldn't to me. My husband used to tell me It wouldn t help Italph any for m to cry. ' tried not to before the rest of them anyway. My daughter got cirw steadily she Is no better. Wo couldn't get the proper food for her after awhile. And she hated to see m worried alioiit Italph, so I used to try to keep up beforo them. "Ijist January my husband came to roblenr. about his cltlien papers. An American soldlr- - in Italph'a company who was In the office heard his name and asked him If he wna any relation tn Italph. He didn't tell him Italph was in content, but went after Italnh. He didn't tell Italph his father was here, when they met they couldn't believe tliatr eye. "Ever since then I havo been trying to see Italph. ITe couldn't come tn Welstiailen lieenuse it was out of the American area, and I couldn't get through until today more than two months." They asked her If har Italph had changed much In all that time. "Oil, yea very much. Hut do you know, I think it Is because oil Unit long time when I didn't know where he wsa or how he was I got In the hahlt of thinking or him aa be was when he was n baby I kept seeing him as a hahy and remembering the way h felt when he was little. Isn't that queer? And now look at hlml" And the rorpnrul tried not to see Hi adoration in her ejus. "Five year Is a long time to wait to see your boy," she murmured, and eyes on him. Again she had kept forgotten the people around her. The corpoml cleared his throat. Thta fa why I ask.d yon If you could keep my mother, Miss Woodsmall. I didn't want her to come unlets aU bad a good place to stay. Ah, thanks awfully." And that Is the story of how th Hosteaa House happened to entertain the ooly known A. R. F. mother who baa vl1td th Army ot OceupaUtm, NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, CRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE llluitralcd Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmever&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON, KY. Hazelwood Sanatorium For thj Trcutnwnt of Tuberculosis .Maintained by tht Loutivilla hr for the adequate ticatment of tuber. culotls in all In itages at leu than ml. Kates $15.00 per week, In. eluding boaid, medical attention, laundry, etc. High giound commanding csteniiie view. Delightful surroundings. Sclat tales lor tie ltfit..t If Mcrairr, Uiwrtl eMtlbl. lU A lltttHttivt it MoKIM Sa Ct.K. IIJlJwJ isMtrtmm, Summ M A. tJ.l JU, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 29, 9 9 1 1 i tritftitiiixixifitit ittttftrtritfririt to ttfrfrtr&irttfrtrii it it itirititititirirCi REDUCTION OF RAT AND MOUSE DAMAGE Auction Sale OF LAND. STOCK, CROPS AND FARM ON IMPLEMENTS Preston. JUDSON. Mr. John Hay Is ill nt this writing. Miss ArtriRh .Mnthows of t'lcarnnt Hill Is visitlnc her frlcmls. Mr. and Mr?. James Foster enter. taincil a host tt friends Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Hay fnent the weelc. cml with her brother and family nt Buckeye. Mrs. Jim Thom;:3cn was the iruent Sunday of her i!tcr. Mrs. Elliott 6 MT. HKiniON Mr. James HnrJv.'ick remain quite ill. Mrs. Life Stinnett of the I.nnut drove section, is very sick. The farmers here nut out nnlie .n lot of tobacco the past week. Mr. Roy Spivy and family moved to the house vncated bv Mr. Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Tavlor I'restnn mnveil Thursday, in the house with Mr. Joseph Hicks. Mesdamcs Cecil Humrihrev ami Joshna Darker, who have been very sick, are improving. Miss Allice Jones of Lexington. is teaching a class in instrumental music at Mr. L. E. Speaks. Mesdamcs Thos Hickn anil II. I!. Montcomerv and sons attended cr. vices at Scotts Fork, Sunday morning. Messrs Elmer East and John Simti. son have recently been discharged from service, were with Mr. and Mrs. Speed Sherrow, Saturday. Miss Huth Montcomerv anil minil' will have a Tie Supper at Sunny-Sid- e Saturday night, the proceeds will be used to get books for the library. i ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11th 10 O'clock, A. M Corncrlb, Showing Concrete Foundation by Dotted Lines; Alio Celt of Metal. ll'rpnrM hy It I'nltM Mittr lpari-rnrn- l kit. Tin- - biological surtoy, the bureau of .tgrlrultuip ) (if h nl ni:it Industry nnd tin- - I'liltcd Among domestic animals emplnjed Slates puhllc henilh sen Ire hutc made to kill mtii lire tlx- - Joe, the rat ami iiinfnl ItiM'XIcnllonii nml iractlrnl tlic ferret. !il of lhee lrue, inmlly wllli hye Dogs. The tnlue nf doss ns ratri'nll. The culture' teMeil Ik- - nppri-clntci- l ters rnntiut hy persons the hhihi;lrnl Miney h:ie not irniil who hate hml ri rtpcrlinco ultli a Miilfnrlory. trained animal, The ordinary cur nml The chief defect' to he mercoMIe p I In- - larger brents of docs Mhlnm the CIllltiriM dill he the necessary qualities for for ii iiernl e nre: Small IrUli, Scotch nml fox ter1. The lriileme 1' crcnt enough riers, when properly trained, an- - su- to kill n u(Tiili ntly nol tilth iercciitnce nf perior In olhrr breeds nml umlir pontiiliilne the nil Hml en I circumstances may be nihil upon tn keep tin' fnnn premises rea2. The Iruli lice ileirene wllli the sonably free from rat. nee of the culture". They ill terlomle Csts llnurtcr talunhlc cats may In unrni wiulher nml In hrlzht -- un be as mmisers, fewr Irarn tu cntth II:ht. The ordinary hniise int Is 1im :k The illn ne rcjultlne from the well fed nml mnseiurntly ton my In " undertake rupture of riri animal ami iln mil 'pri-tii- l are not ii'iitnchtii' lij couliu't of tit ni fonnldahle as I hi- - brown rnt. Itlrds wltti healthy imlinnlff. nml mtre nre much innri- - tn lt likI. The coinimruthe cie-of culture ing. Cats tli:il nre fearless of rnl, l Iimi Kreiil for ceni nil ue. Since they houcter, nml hate learned In hunt nml common destroy them nn- - often tcry useful time tin nilinntniien oicr Unit they nre usually ccii mull nml other nnlimiK nlmnt stables nml warehouse. They tn should Im llchtty fill, rhli lly on milk. hnrmle Ihey h"iihl he eiinilly cheap; hut A llllli sulphur In I he milk nt Inter-tn- l l iimih trend r. Is n corrective ncnliiot lhi hml tl.rlr iirtunl cit Mnremer, ronlderln Itie hklll nml fTects of n constnnt rnt or mouse illct. necenry In their i repnrntlon. It rats nflm die from vntln; tlif ro- - oire I' dimhtfiil If the ot run he Kreutly ilmls. rtiluceil. ' Ferrets. Tame ferrets, like wens-els- , of nsrlculture, The ilcpnrtnient are lln- - Intciirnte foes of rnl, ninl Iherefnre, iloe tint pri pure. ne, nr enri follow the rodents Into their n- the iie of rnt lruei. ltrnl. t'nilrr fnvnrulile circumstances Cnemle of Rjts and Mice. Ihi-nn- - useful uhM to the rut entihr. hut tlietr table I greatly oen-l- l Anions the nntunil cnemleH of rnt Tor iffcctlTe work Ihey re- - nml mice nre the lurter hak nml inaliil. ipilre csrlcnrcl hnmlllnz ami the ml- i iiwl, fine', unfiles wi'n'eN, illtlonnl srrtlro of n ilng or two. Doc inlnk. i1n;, cut ninl ferret". nml ferrets mut he thnrouchly imi I'rotinhly the greatest factor tn the timed tn null otln-r- . nml the formi-- r tncreue of rats mice ninl other must he quiet nml steady Instcnd of , riMhulK In the t'nlteil State" riiilny nml rxrltablo. The ferret Is has hii'il the perUtent kllllns off of used In holt the ruts, which are killed the hlrdu ami niuuiiiiniK that prey Uwm hy the dugs. If imuiuizlcd ferrets them. Atilmnli that on the whole nre nre sent Intn hit retreats, they lire ilichh'lly hiiietlrlal, lnce Ihey utilt u t tn make ii kill nml then lip up iiui liurmfnl lnwt nml roilelita. nn1 nftir "iicklnt the hliixl of their lo- - j hnhllually iletm)el hy nme fanner" tlm. Snmetlme" they remain for hours nml sMirtuieii hecnuse Ihey occasion' hy other ex-In the htirrnn or nlly kill a chicken or n game hlrd. urn! nre lnt. There I" ihinccr that Hie tnlue of cnrnltormis mammals these ln-- t ferret' may nilnpt them-mUc- h i ml the larger birds of prey In In wlhl cnmlltlon nml hecome a ruts ami mice should be more pint prejInK ll'll poultry nnd hlnl. sieclnlly hy the full) recognllci!, fanner and the game prcerter. lints Fumigation. iictinill) destroy inure Hiultry and lints may tie ileiroyei tn ihelr Imr-rofume, hoili eggs and joung chicks. In the tlehls and along liter IHnii nit tlie hlrd" and ttlhl miiiiimuN hnnkn, Ieee, nml illkis hy cnrlmn comhliiisl; )ct mine of their eneinlis A wml of cotton or other niiioiigst our most useful hlrd" of prey nhsorhent material I" aturntcil wllli and rnrultoroii" niammals nre pcre-i-utin- l ttie Ihiulil nml thru pu'hcil Intn the extlmilon. almnst to the hiirrow, the onlni: hrlng parked An rulklitcncil pulillcoiit of sentiment shouhl wlih earth to prctcnt the escape of ri Kiil all houutles on these snlmiils the ir:i. .Ml animals In the harrow iln! afford protectlnn tn the majority nre ap!i) tinted, rumlcatlmi In hulld-Inif- s nf (hem. not mi utlnfaclnry, hecnue It Is illirtcull tn routine the ynses. BARLEY GOOD FEE0 FOR HOGS rhlorln, cnrlmu innunihl, sulphur nml hilrocaiilc iirld nre the irans iuot uiil for ileMrojIni: ruts especially Desirable Crop In Regions Whert Good Corn Cannot Be nnd mire In sheds uuri homes nnd Easily Matured. Ilncli Is effectlxn If the Ell" stores. fan he rnntlnril nml made tn reach The hlcli prices of fisillng grams at the retreats of the nulmnls. Onluz to the gnat ihinser from lire Incident the present time Is causing many farmIn open ers In turn t It r nltentlnn tn Parley, tn liuruliiK ( hamuli or pans, u tpcclul furmice provided with Hicnrdlng tn the farm crops and animal icieuns for furring the gus Into the husbandry workers ut Ihe Nctv Vnrk tale cnllcKe of agriculture, Mho silnt or buildings compiirtuieiitH of nut that barley seems mi especially deIs giiic rally employed. gas Is efferthe In sirable crop In reglnus tthere giuiil Iljilrncjiinle-iuii- l lesirojlng nil nnlmiil life In buildings. i; nil n inrii cannot he easily maturtd. Hurley l rUher than corn In protein, It has liven mcressfully iimsI tn free elexntom ami nri houses of nils, mire It Is pointed out, though It Is not so rlih In fnt and contains a slightly nml liiM'Ctx. IIiiui'mt, It la sn iluiifi smalhr uuiiiuut nf tntal dlgestlhlo nuIn human life that the nnUre i:perlmeuts bate slioun should tint it nipt fumlgntloii with It, triment. that barley Is almost in clllclent as except limler rnreflll Instrilctlnns. fur preparing nml ulug the corn in fattening hogs. gas may he found In Tanners' llullrtlu In order tn appreciate Its true farm tnlue, the farmer must consider barNo. rem. ilunger-ou('urlnin mnimild Is nither ley ns n feed nnd the. state college workers think that In much of New as Its presence In the hold of Mnl or other compartment Is not York Hate tthere Ihe mils are adapted manifest tn the riic, nnd fatal no to It Ihe urea devnted tn barley should ililents lune occur ml during Its du- bo expaudid, etui at Itin pxH'nsu of Ihe out rrop. Indeed. It would appear plet mint tu fumlfutv ti'n-iiliChlorln gas has n strong blenching that barley ran often be substituted tn cropping ndtantnge for oats In nrtlon upon textile fuhrlrs, and for this reiiMin rnunot bv UM'd In many sdieiues. It has hern found that hurley not only produces more pounds of tltuallons. Sulphur illuxld ulsn has n bleaching groin t Ihe acre on thu ntcrnge, hut ulsn innre pniinds of digestible nutrl-nit- s i flirt IIhiii textiles, hut less marked than oats. Hum Hint of rhlorlii, nml ordlnurlly It Is not noticeable with the small pcr uitiice of gas It Is necessary In use. POTATOES IN DAIRY RATION On the ttlmle, this gus has many advantages as a fumlcator and disinUnmarketable Product Will Add Sucfectant. It Is used ulso as u tire exculence and Increase Milk Flaw .Special tinguisher on boiiril tessels. Avoid Choking. furnaces for genrrntlug the gns and forcing It Intn the compartments of (1'rrparr.t by Ihe Vnlted States t'epirt-men- t lilpa and buildings are on the marof Agriculture) ket, and innny steatnkhlps und docks L'miiarkrtiible potatoes add turcu-linc- c ure now tilt id with tho necessary to the dairy ration. Where corn apparatus, silage Is not mailable and there nre plenty of small Htatnes, u peck a day Rst Vlrusts. or bacteria, will give a marked Increase in milk Several found originally In illseused rats or flow. They should be Introduced Into islce. have hcrii rxplolted for destroy- - tho ration gradually and bv run I through a root cutter tu otold the posInr nts. A number of these rut viruses are ou me Aiutncsu mar- - sibility of choklcj the auluiuL of Perspective fil rs. Thu J. 'N McGruw farm, of 210 acres, to be sold in four tracts to the with all crops, or for possession January "IHkIi Dollar" for immediate posses-sio' 1, 1020, just as you want it. 70 acres planted to corn, 10 acres wheat, 15 acres oats, 10 acres clover meadow, 110 acre clover and timothy, 25 acres young timothy and clover, G acres tobacco, balance in grass and timber. 150 acres Green River bottom land, will produce 80 to 100 bushels per acre, year after year. I can prove to you that you can buy this farm tit a price that it will pay for itself in two years. 3 tons of hay per acre. One tract of 10 acres with I' room dwelling and new tobacco barn, G acres. One tract of 100 acres with 7 room llungalow--, hall and 2 porches, stock barn, all out buildings, orchard, 75 trees, good fences, well watered. One tract :0 acres clover and timothy meadow. One tract 10 acres unimproved. Here is a farm for a HOME or for INVESTMENT. If you want it for investment I'.L'Y it, rent it and make 25 per cent on your money each year. LOCATION: Casey County, 1 mile of Middleburg, on the McKinney and I.ibertv I'ike, (J miles from Liberty, !) miles from McKinney on the Q and C It. IJ. I want thelNVESTOR and the HOME SEEKER to look at this farm. This is just its good land and better than some land selling for 300.00 per acre and more. Quality in favor of this land, anil you can buy it for a great deal less, and this fitrm is on pike, 7 miles from County Seat and 9 miles from Ilailroad, in good neighborhood, close to schools and churches, Hank and business houses at Middleburg. Will also sell the following personal property: 1 mare and colt, 1 gelding, work and driving mare, 2 fine jersey cows, 5 brood sows, 30 shoats, 1 pair work mules, 1 three year old mule, mower and rake, 1 corn planter, 2 cultivators, disc harrow, section harrow, sulky plow, turning plows, 2 wagons, buggy and harness, wagon gear, plow gear and a whole lot of other farming implements and a lot of household and kitchen furniture and u lot of chickens. lie sure to look the farm over before sale day. J. M. McGraw the owner, will show it to you, or we will take you to it. TERMS EASY. 1 rl. E. McRODERTS. Lancaster, Ky. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KKNTIVKY. W. E. MOSS, Advcrtiiine Manager. See ad', ertisement of Auction Sale of 113 acres farms for sale privately. on Couldn't Find Any. laush nut of Ihe tour, anyhntv," said Vnrlek Ilamm, "and that was whui n tank hitvn shert iff tried tn nttar'i ofiico ro- Ciipt.s." I.oulstllKl ourti "1 got one gnnil cr CUNN'S CHAPEL. June 12th, Other Ccmmerce and Art United. Judging Others. The British Kingdom. The period of Antwerp's great rise Includes Dmland, cuunnt Judje out fillntv mini reiit llrlinln ( Scoilnnd It Is called tn coipmerclal prosperity was nIo that without In snme measure Judging our- nnd Wales. seltes. We are ninny Inttanlly lay- - Oreat Itrltaln In distinction from ltrlt-tan- y if tln city's ihlef artistic production, (Itretngne, l.es,T llrlinln). In Th nnuios of Qucntln Matys nnd of iIohii lint" for others, nnd by that hie ". tcry nrt are 'ortMlng n cisle for the union wilh'Srotlnnil In 17HT. flreat Kill ens are siiechilly lonniHieil with The ttrong tte mv In nnniher Itrltaln heenme the ntlhl.il name nf th. i Ity, for Uubcr.s was essentially au may lie the sin nf hi Ignorance, hutj Jhe IlritMi klngdnni, mid sn continued Antwerp man. altluiujli he was not, Iheri' run he mi like excuse for us until the union Willi Ireland In like Tf iders nnd rider, und Van Dyke", who hate risognlrod and lnhcled It. silnee then the form has been Great j r.atlte of the place. Itrltaln and Ireland. Time Fiddling. Rugby Football. There Is a lot of lime fiddled away At the famous school of Rugby. Eng When anything Is forbidden, or Its In this world, one tray and another, English-tpenkln- g bind, originated that form ot football by cihhI people who hate the best of exclusion tins heen ornered. sometimes sny It Is now hearing Ihe name of the schnol. i Ve will venture tn assert, intentions, d "taboo." 'lie word Is derived from nn An inscription, nt Itusby reads: "This tiloug this line, that more time Is no commeinornes the exploit of Institution once common throughout uttiiy hy folks ttho peck at than In liny other manner. .M-- t. Polynesia nml New Zealand, it signi- VMIIInm Webb Ellis, who, with a fine d ri gard for the niles nf innthall, ns fies somettiiiii set nimrt or prohibited, is ct it) body Is seized ut seine stage In Ills life with a desire tn ndd un-i- t because of I In Inc either sacred or li'.tii In his lime, flrsl took the ball This bus glten rle tn the t' h's nrms und ran with It, thus orlgl her tongue tn his own. hut It usual- occurod. n.: the illsilnctlve feature of the In nothing nmre than time ue and sluiltlcance of the word In ly result r ..by gam- -. A. I. 1S23." Encllsh. t i.stlll. YCp eils I A Rare Bird THE 1919 BUIGK 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 pleas'' ed to demonstrate. - Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. is ill. Master Billie Kurtr was a guest cf Master James IJ. Amon. Miss Jlyrtle Tenter closed her school at this place Friday. Mr. Frank Land sold a cow to Mr. IE. II. Long of Lancaster, price $92. Miss Sallie Lou Xaylor of near Lancaster spert the week end here. Mrs. Cordelia Jlavis spent the week end with her parents at Duckeye. Miss Allcnc McCulley spent Wednesday night with Miss Thclma Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster nnd Mr. Elbert Tetter were in Lancaster Friday. Mrs. J. K. Sparks spent a part of the rust week with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sparks. .Master Elmer Bright Kay of spent Saturday night with Master Billie Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Creech of Car. tersville were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson. Misses Sallie Lou N'ayloi, Inez Land nnd Mary Lee Kurtz were dinner guests Sunday of .Miss Annie May. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Mr. Howard Land, Misses Inez Land and Sallie Lou Xaylor were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Land. The meeting which was to have begun nt the M. E. Church here Tuesday evening has been postponed until the 4th Sunday in July. Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Hcndren, Messrs Frank Land, Talton May, Ben Hall and Floyd Humphrey and Mr. and Mrs. John Land were in Xichol-ntviil- e hist Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kurtz and children, Mrs. Bessie Kurtz and children, of Mercer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney Smith nnd little son, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster ami children, Mr. Harmon Teater, Misses d'racie Dean Tenter and Jessie B. Bay were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Allen Teater and MUs Myrtlo Tenter. On May 21 Mi.s Ada Se bastian of Jessamine and Mr. Wiley B. Burton of this nl.ic; wen u.ilted in marriage at Xicholasville by the I!ev. N". O. Young, rns'c of the M. E. church here. The briita is n charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Se- bartinn while the grocm is the youngest son ot Mrs. Elizabeth Burtun and has Just returned from service over-te- a. A bountiful dinner was served in their honor by Mrs. Burton Sun day. They will make their home with the groom's mother. .Mr Ashford Wiley of .Madison The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 29, 1919. KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT Kldnr trouMM don't dlnrp.tr but Thy ptrow Flowljr thmlTCt. undermining health with tMuJIIy, deadly certainty, until you MM a vicIncurablw dlirjui. tim to Htop your trouble while thero In lime. Don't wait until little paini become bit? To achet. Ihin't trifle with Ulje.n avoid future inrlnff begin treatment a with (M)UU MKDAl Haarlem Oil Ct-ulenow. Take three or four eery day until you are entirely free from pain. Thla wellknnwn pretention ha been one of the national remdie of Hoi. land for centurion In C9n the of the Netherlanil Krantel a pedal charter authorltlng Ita prepara tlon aod sale. of SomehowGo6d BrlUIODA WALWORIH cp;rttkt, Playground . Workers on Redpath Circuit tos-- from the officers of the law; In Jail, out of Jail that nhoiit comprised a record for Dan llentley. It liartll) paid, he derided during Ills Inst spelt of Imprisonment, and when he otiee more hreathed tlio free nlr he wns determined to reform. That resolution wns severely tested, ICZZ1C 31 31 IE lie had no money, his ntllrc suggested the tramp, anil nt the end of n week he knocked nhoiit from pillar to post. Heboid the dlseournceil Item of humanity standing at the rear fence of n residence, his eyes fined upon a suit of clothes, hung ovyr a line tcr nlr. "I don't want them to sell, and use up the money In drink," philosophized Dry-Cur- e pro-ces- s Pan; "my mothe Is good. Drivssed In those togs, looking I sole-a- nd retreading-n- ot stand douhte the chance of getting work. I've n right to them as the means of starting me on the right road, and It's true charily for their owner to let me lake them." Pan entered the yard, shrewdly scanned Ids environment, rcmoed Hi suit of clothes from the line, and lilmhly put hack for the nlley. Across Blow-out- s. It was nn old. nhamloned hum. Into It Pan d.irtcd, nnd proceeded to cam oulhige Ids habitual personality. II had not discovered that he wns olv served hy n man who looked from the window of the hnue. The latter came out n,t It rear door, rrossisl to the hnrn, waited outside until lan nl- pearcd. reliahllltnted. and faced him with n smile. Well, my friend, a perfect fit. eh?' L. B. he sjMike. Pan. abashed, stood silent and confounded. KenhmL-"I supiHise It's the Jug!" he taut tered. 11 n ir-- H "Why?" gently nnd persuasively rn torrogated the oilier, mild of manner. Inviting contldetire, and pleasantly Not a Bad Old Custom. j Wltdom of the Ancients. Pan blurted out Mils history ami m Until recent juin there was n most , It l my ciit.n every i. to run lives. lespectable old Inn In Warwickshire, (all over the words mid uctlons of the "No money, I Infer?" propounded England, the proprietor of which was past day; for why should 1 fear the his almoner sympathizing!)'. "Here, accustomed to lnltc nil his patrons to sight of my errors when I can admon- and he extended a liank hill. ".Vow accompany him and his wife Sunday ish and 'forgive myself you're on jour feet; don't fall." I was n little mornings to n cliurrli directly oixilti too hot In such :i dispute; my opinion Say!" said Pan, then clinked up. the Inn. On returning from service might as wellhave l..vn spared, for It The other extended n friendly hand. acli customer was expected to par- gave offense anil did no good at nil. "I believe In j on," he said. "Some take of refreshments offered ly the The thine was true; hut nil truths nrp how tip good. Pon't dsa'iKilnt me. If hospitable landlord free of charge. not to he spoken nt all time. Seneca. you don't make It, come and get nn-other loan, front door this time I'm Day of Quill Pen Gone. Vincent Cleverlng." Trlto as true Is It to say that times Law of Compensation. It's R dream!" gulped Pan ns he clump; and the manners with them. The Ian- of compensation Is, even In slowly left the spot. "A real man at Although the liahlt of cnrrjlng the pen these wonderful modern days, very last ; the first I've met. 'Vincent Hover. behind the ear has not nltogether much In evidence. Mot of us In fact, Ing' I'll rememher that nanip, and I'll In this day of the fountain i.ll of us receive from the world Just heat the drink and thteery or die In pen, typewriter machine anil other sim- i what we g,-- e to It. Smiles and happy the attempt!" ilar devices, the quill pen, so far as the vonls will fall from other Hps to us If Two evenings later Pan faced present generation goes. Is now more .ve ourselves play the same role; hat prohtem that conshlerntily distracted of an adjunct of n mce, state set-tin- 'f wo nre too hiisy or too "big" to him. In a iiocket of the suit he had and motion pictures. The founi. .i. iice those little courtesies we appropriated he found a curd. It hore tain pen does not lend much artistic '"aid not he surprised to see only name familiar to him, "Nora I'utey, atmosphere to such n these. nnd an address. towns on the fates we meet. "lt can't he pos.lhle that a man Ilk Mr. Cleverlng knows her!" he soliloquized. "If he does, It Isn't for hi good, that Is certain. I'm going to look Into this." And this wns what Pan found nut Vincent Cleerlng was n joung man of given to kindly wealth ami Heeds, and engaged to a lieautlful girl, n social favorite, also Interested In Hit Indulgence towards philanthropy. Pan was characteristic of him. And Norn I'alev? Pan had known her In the past as one of the most dan gerous of woman schemer and swln dlers In criminal classes. llclnvestlgnt oil, to find the woman posing as a sior seamstress In a wretched tenement house. "Keep up your role," Pan overheard Having sold our Mill and' entire output and will her accomplice direct her. "Well spring the trap Just nhoiit his wcddln; give poasession between May 10th and 15th, will sell day, llalher than hate a sensation In privately the newspapers he'll give up a few You have preserved the thousands. notes he wrote you?" "Yes, hut they merely Inform me where I can apply for work, or tell me that he has paid my room rent." IK GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. Shocked, Incredulous, alarmed. Vin cent Cleverlng one duy sat lost In coop condition thought after a stranger had visited him. This was the accomplice of Nora. g Without any eviislon a to his One Teem or Good Mules, Wagon & Harness. motive, this miscreant threathim In a scandal that ened to enmesh would give him unenviable publicity, unless he submitted to extortion. The amazed Cletcrlug was sitting, stunned hy these disclosures, when Pan llentley wus shown Into his presence. I've something to tell you," an nounced tliu loyal reiiow, "and something to give you." And he told of his knowledgo of the plot against Cleverlng, nnd handed hlv nn envelope. There Is my utlldalt, he explained, proving the reul character of Jfoni I'nley, There Is also a signed letter OF LANCASTER. directed to her, threatening to cxpwe her to the (tollce for u theft of wMch I wns also guilty. When her go-bCapital tween comes lifter his expected money tomorrow, simply hand him those docA. It. DENNY, President. E. STORMES, Vice-I'res- t. J. uments. I will guarantee results." S. C. DENNY, Cashier Vincent Cleverlng followed out the C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. Instruct Ions given. Nora I'aley and J. It. HARRIS, Individual Dook-keepc- r. her accomplice failed from view r. HU0II MOBLEY, General promptly. And the happiest moment of Dan Ileutley'a life wai that when he stood outside of a house ablaze with Safety Oeposit Boxes Rent. wedding was light and luxury where In progress. And the bridegroom was WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. the man who hid helped ami encour G. B. Swlnebroad, Alex R. Denny, J, II. Posey, J. E. Stormei, aged him at u dirk hour lu his career, and Pan Ileutley waa glad because he S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. bad truly proved himself "somehow I good. The houaewlfe of Holland would al most as voon 1 without food aa with' aa aha out her "Heal Dutch Dropa, quaintly fftlU OOMl MF.DXI Haarlem They re tor atrtngtb Ull Capnuleg and are responsible In a (Treat mcaaur for the aturily, robuat health of the Ilollamiera. tin not delay. (In to vour d run tit and Inalftt on hie upcriy.n.r you with OOLD MKIML Haarlem Oil Taka them as directed, and If you are not jutlflfletl w Ith reaulta your drurclet will it lad I y refund your money. Ixtok for the name tfOLl) MftDAL on the bos and accept no other. In aeaied ooxea. tnree aitea. m. t km,i l jenr hiding, In Jail, out of Jul I, for a month luxuriating on the results of n housebreaking raid, mid for the rest of 'Ihe Have Tour Tires Eetreaded Vulcanizing .We use the half can rebuild a tire at less than half price. of Terhaps one of the greatest contributions of the Chautamimi to the town Is the children's program, which will he conducted hy one of the capable young ladles shown In the picture abMe. Theo joung ladle an- - selected for their special training In Junior work. No admission charge Is made for the morning hour, so ecry child lu the community tuny attend. This year the children nre to hae a Junior Entertainer with a wonderful fund of stories, games and surprtv-s- . A number of the programs will he presented In costume. 3500 MILES2GUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on make of tire. Phone 798. Any U The Danville Buick Go Japanese as Gymnasts. Nearly all .lajifirieso Idler are expert gymnasts, and put) barrack has n g.imwuliii.i. So well tralmsl are they that In less than half i minute they enn scale ll wall II t high hy s.l,i,. lily leaping on e.ich other's -- ImuMcrs. one man sustaining or throe other. n'lf lency ! to CONN, Propietor. Danville. Walnut Street. " " "" " Camiing. T!i" I'rrnrh were the tlrst i'Ople lo preserve fruits und vegetables. This as away back In lslu. The I'midi o eminent off, red a prize for Un let ircili.nl of storing Jissls during the winter months, mid nmong the sy. lutloiis was the canning process. Ari-rl- ia Invented the frull Jar raid brought the canning Industry to be 10 of the largest and most lmrtnnt i the world, running Into billions of ollars nt.nually. 1 p r 413vim r th than Its normal htIh) of usefulness, Trench write" of prim or verse, l! Is elaluieil, more Ihsn doiiluVs the In translation anil In the original. ost pf the work. Popular Mechanh Magazine. How Wind Travels. When you are d'russng the wind rcoo at Wasp Eaters. uii it ii i -- t know HihI n gentle wind Yhe r hour 'i hep., trnvils nhoiit live mile hn iiik'Ii green frn r's vi list to Nisess an In'ntlate high wind about tvi to I". miles r . ,sl fi.r wasps. This i xtrnordlnary hours, ,md a grc- -' hurrlcnne ) to l"o does not seem to he In tile miles hour The Vilinlly of the "1 ehcekisl l.y an IMVilshilinl stlnK arth on Its iihii nils exiiisls. It is II .r. lis ting i- - lor of the frog, which l.om miles nn J,nr The Vel"C-H- y - iL.timh-s- s np,,ti tenves. no doiiht of the earth around the sun Is ' I. s Hi,, t.i. nour, i.dies .t wary insects Into calculated to lip f .iirlly. Vack livening nnd the velocity of V tiesai to bp I. i J.l'T:i miles b"iir America. Firnch In Soi-tof a Flit, Throughout South America Trench eXH . hive toeil stn.lv- s almost unlv ci sally nnd: editions ol tiles mid flnd that the life of one Ibee tools, on the n.ernce. s IT,,- - '' the classics nre In most homes, and strokes. To etaplo) n tile tor more Ixiok stores are tilled with modern -- lie t t'r si hoss W FRIENDLY TOBACCO well-bre- d THE For Sale PRIVATELY. Service Truck Horse Sense About Tobacco all th' kick taken out but all th' sperit left in. You see, half the secret of makin a good hoss is in the breedin' an' half in the breakin'. Selectin' tobacco that's grown right is only half of makin' Velvet. The agein'.is the other half. )nlln, Good tobacco ought to be like a II One Ton and Half Thar's only one kind of agein' that gets th' right results Nature's own. Nature's no clock watcher. She does a job right whether it takes two years or two thousand. So when she gets through with the fine Kentucky Burley that wo put away in wooden hogsheads for two years, it's just right. or ii One Ford Runabout Lancaster Mills & Elevator Co. It ain't been hurried none, short - cutted. It's job. Nature-don- e le THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 430,000. All kinds of things are packed in tobacco tins, but your gdod neighbor will tell you "Velvet is the real pipe tobacco." Prove it for For Roll a VELVET OgarrtU The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 29, 1919 Aicia s Legacy LEE Rollicking American Comedy Complete Production Br VERNON tti, right, lata, br wm.ra Nwt. I'tiia) THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR li every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect, IJuilt for aervieu and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "ilaby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. It. Factory. A car load of these American lieautie.H just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. died lie left III real estate to nil old bachelor cnuln, y Wallace I'tmlii, and his personal to Ida orphan niece, I.ucln Vulle. It iik the (lay after the funeral that tin so legnlic were mi ndlcd by hi biwcr In the v I n jr room of the dllftpl-ilaleold houe, "All Ida realty, chl" aneeml I'urtln. There'a n lot of It, Im't there 1" and lie sourly lentil Hie scrubby lot with nuM broken finco and dlliiilitnlei building. "And whnt, may I nk, hold-Isiacomprise tin' opulent personal nf my lllustrlnii rclntlto?" I.nrln wn crjlng. but flu- - looked lip "How ran you Kike brokenly: mid net su disrespectfully tu I'nrle Adam! He thought enough ff bulb of U to miiitlou u In lil ulll. nml be helped Jou tut lulu hiilnes unit be paid for wbnt ciltinillun r hate recelu d." "I bad n rlctit to better ctpcctn-llon- . There The i.ld pcmllhrlft! I no ilimlit Hint be had quite n fortune live ycnr ns. for lie bragged tu me nhoiit It thin. Wlmt' become of It high lltlng?" "llnnlly." half milled the young ln)er. "I linppen t know tint Mr. Win li Adam I.)li; It Pays to Advertise' COMPANY. OF EIGHT. SPECIAL SCENRY AND LIGHTING EFFECTS 0 9 "It Pays to AdveHie" is absolutely clean and wholesome and this fact com- bincd with the rich Americanism of its humor, the rapid-fir- e idioms of its dia- logue and the man? clever situations effected marked its New York production the most successful comedy drama in years. nlm ibame In be nnre of the fait that be lltiil on the n:ie.t r faro diirlnc the pnt jenr." iin'iici-I.iu-li- i km-It liken Im-- . only loo Diaw (1 ll ! Many n time fbe bad eonie nter wi to Hie old home tn bring llfiutnln-Ini- r Just one of 1 1 big features of the Chautauqua. Season tickets for all five fo'tl and nurvi the lomly old innii m fur the iimiiey ,otiovemul n ailing and 111. "tTten when he note how much more resdays $2 plus 10 per cent War Tax. now be could recall lilt wnrdi: "Vim are n good girl. I.ncln. You are pectfully your creditors the only one of all my friend' and ' you. They like to do rrlntltex lm enre for or think of me." TO husiiiuss with a man who "Well, ou inn ell thl old rattle-trn- ii - has an account at the bring." Mild I'ur-Yifor what It will "And I.neln get" the jht-oiiSEASON TICKETSJ$2.00 PLUS 10 PfcR CENTgWAR TAX Girrard Bisk & Truil Co Fortunate- legatee I property! Whnt will you The young lierea They know tic I djing tniiue In n huiresj like .vay. Iletter nter "hi with Mich rlrh open ueh n account evwi it jour asrair an-- not large. Thrv Itnh'" nml the dlaplntid I'urtln nil right. wung from mom ami hmie with n will crow new Miort of Irrltnlilllty. I.ucln limited ' Preserve Apples Heritage Worth While, & tip tn rind In the face of the young t'se dry nnd which ha been heated j An education Is the only legacy mn lawjer the profound contempt he felt. and cooled again. Cover the bottom fathers are'nble tn Unto their ihll-- I "There ln't much t rount on. Ml urbon Poultry RamtV a lnne J.ir with nnd, put In one lay- - ilre n. Tbl eduentlon should bo of the Vnlle," Le snld repectfully. "lint uch of nntlng the fruit about bet. lluffalo New. r I B beeonu'i autijeet tn .tour or- ono-h.i- of npple, It A l" drop. In t h I Much Ssn-ene-c In, Mankind. Inch apart, enter with nnd, Live Day by Day. drinking wsUr der. The furniture l old, but It will sua prerenu wnno flAI'K!!-1 InWi ctcry .lay " and bo done with ' fon'ole jourclf .bar i.l.I twin -and bring something. There I the cow put In number lujer of apple, nml so Magician's rteal Object. diarrhoea, cholera and other chkk i:n- of. The Jar till ihe dlicawt. Ono COc bottl. make 11 .It - V. u hate don- - what j.mi could; (irotL.T : whiilotcr of)imi iimv jou me and the bore and wagon and n buggy ! on ilovd Jar full. kept In n must We do not learn tricks of magic In Plot bottle. cool be Eftllonl of medicine. it,-and l!i'. Hint lent no I"' nml nh.unlltlc blunder nml the pnrrot." , order to deceive other people but to rnce S1.20. makes 31 aslloat. At ap.1. i.i.r n. um , iircniiiuiiy ime m ni r pee pie. nimnm .r. i.i in fnn...i druffBlau. or fent by mall postpaid. "poor Vuarl" murmured I.tieln, p'.ve, The snnd will keep the entertain them. The magician'. object Bourbon Remedy Co., Leslngion, Kr day fur nil thnt la nature In n much greater genlu fur cnlng nter to the cage of the only ple .dry and reserve the flavor. li jou run. T but tn amuse. Is not to mislead snmctiess than fur originality.- - I.mcll. hnu-- e pet Sir. Li-lg h! nd fair - Kincrsnn. hail ever cherTry to Be Agreeable. ished. "I have tried to feed It but It Honduras Attractive. Long Mountain Range. We should wisely cullltnte the art refute to eat mid lt all day silent With n iK.pulatlon estimated at W-("Suinntra Is of tolcatile origin, and, nml denondent looking. I renlly be- - or belnj: ngn cable, not only In the nml an area approximately equal toge'l.er with the other members of llete It mle lt ninter and I e 'iiipiipy of oiir business associates or mourning over hi death. I will take rh.iM person whom wo meet socially t" that of Pennsylvania, Hondiira ha the Malay group, formed III un earlye abundant room for development, H period of the world n part of the Asl-ntlCue.nr home with me. A to the rest nut In our own home a well. Ily continent. The H.irlons, or Suwe shall find has u tropical illniate with few of the of the personal property. If you will ti n i!iiirrtng oup-eltdisadvantage. The Interior I matra Alps, for. ;i u broken chain of 'kindly tnke charge of It and aell It llfo tin. re pleasant nml people In gen-er.- d -, mountainous and salubrious, with con- mountains, running lengthwise of the Ibe home folk ill particular for what It will bring. I shall be grale- !c mMe rich land suitable for diver-- , Island. S.iim of the highest points Of morn considerate. On the other hand. ful to jou." while, the chain are tOMO, and 12,000 feet I It wa with emotion of profound If we continue to think only of our-- nfleil farming and fruit growing, ' I.ula 've shall find life a trlng rf-- f n'l of tb" n mnlntlcr, even the deep above the letrl of the sea. Itocky eteem for the simple-hearteli ountuln slepes. Is uod for pasturase. Mountain ' raid. hi way. r. Kxehunge. that firanvllle Itnwley went 'and to her hi thought fulneaa and cooperation were as gleam of aunsblne In n dreary routine of labor. Lucia Residence Plume 33. Oilice Phone 18. iwn nn orphan and lived with an aunt, acting In the capacity of nure nml housekeeper. For this ertlre she wan awarded food and lodging, but bad tn do some outside sewing to keep up her own modest wardrobe, (rnntllle railed upon her the following week to report na to the disposal of the personal properly. The sale hnd brought two hundred dollar, he told Lurln. She at once handed him half of that aum and asked him Kentucky to fee that an appropriate headstone To nnure prompt movement of nil live atock from Central grave of her benepoint on tlic Louisville nml Nashville Kail Itond, arrangements have just wa placed at the A few days later I.ucln been complctcil for the handling of live stock from stations between Kotv factor. learned that (iranvllle had purchased land and Wclimontl, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train leav- the houe and lot from I'urtln for n ing Lexington at 8:35 P. M. Schedule is as follows: merely nomlnnl sum. I "I'urtln made such a ridiculous sacrifice of the property," Orantille & explained to her next time they met. i"tl.nt I was tempted to Invest my all. It Isn't the worst house In the world. It 70. A Utile repairing would Improve wonderfully, ami majbo and majbe. 11:45 A. M. Ky l,v Ilowiand If I could find a 'Vlfo who wtluld be 12:01 P. M. Ky 'content to start life In a modest way, l.v Gilbert 12:15 P. .M. Ky I,v. Lancaster ,why, we would have our first home12:15 P. M. Ky stead ready at hand." Lv. Hynttsville, I 12:55 P. M. (rnnvllle laughed na he said till, Ky Lv Point Leavell 1:31 l'M. but regarded I.uclu with a half-quiz- Ky Lv Paint Lick glance and she i ileal, 2:00 P. M. Ky LV Silver Creek blushed and fluttered. Ills visits be-ta-n 2:25 P. II., Ky Lv lluncnnnon tn berAme regular and at the end 2:10 P. M. Ky Lv Fort Kitill of three months he and Lucia became 2:50 P.M. Ky Ar Itlchmond engaged. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. She met him near her home one 1:00 P. M. evening. Mustered and excited, and Ky Lv Richmond Last month an Overland Model 90 stock car in :30 1. M. told him that Caesar had escaped Ky Lv Ked llouto Oklahoma, broke all previous records in a most from his rage and asked him to help 1:15 P.M. Ky Ar Winchester high gear test. her find him. At the end of an hour extraordinary non-sto- p CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. tbey traced the truant to his old 1:45 P. M. Ky Let us show you an exact duplicate of this car Lv Winchester home perched on a porch rafter and G:0 P. M. Ky making up for lost time by shouting Lv Wynndottc will meet your ideals of motor car appearance as .1:21 P. M. Ky out his whole vocabulary, "We'll hide LvAvon well as your ideals of efficient and dependable 5:20 P. M. It In the cellar!" Caesar kept repeatKy Lv Kentvlck couples luxurious riding comfort with service. ing over and over again, as If aouie 0:55 P. M. Ky Lv Montrose familiar sating of his dead master power and reliability on steep runs ana rougn roaas. 0:30 P. M. Ky Lexington Ar had vltldly recurred to 1dm. GranCONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 ville was attracted by the words. He M. 8:35 P. .Ky Lv Lexington started an Investigation. 4:00 A. M. Ky "Lucia," he announced the next day, Ar Louisville -I!. It. is located on the rails of the L. and N. ulte a sum of personal property The Uourbon Stock; upon kas turned up tn the cellar of the old at Louisville, and live stock can be placed for unloading iT"icdlately Ky. Lancaster, jrrim, thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling Central Kentucky ship- kouse over a thousand dollars In Tsssaa fold." Oiaisasi Mat's! WaelrlXr torna Teariag Cat. tW pers to market their stock the day after loading. As ill of It belonged to Lucia, and VCw to 001 SCOTS stock to LouUville, tha South' Created Markat. Ship your M Orantille owned the house, they Mutually decided that tbey might venture safely upon the sea of 1 t.ile lot tcry lirntlly In n eriil:i-tloi- i. j Check REDPflTH 6HftlTfUQUf FIFTH NIGHT WEEK HERE JUNE 0. I CHAUTAUQUA 25 JUNE 30. erly. meliinJ The Garrard Bank Trust Company i fOncDrop nn ws"" W. 0. RIGNEY and Funeral Director Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, Attention Lamb Shippers. NASHVILLE RAILROAD LOUISVILLE Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. Why It Makes Friends of Owners It It Lancaster Auto Sales Co. U. THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 29, 1919 BRILLIANT PIANIST !; BIG YEAR FOR HONEY Cheer Up! The irovcrnment has ninny millions of pounds of mcnt on Its linmls. Thesa supplies were to Imve fed the nrmy tint Is now lieinK demoliilUed. The government has heen cotisid-erlnthe ndvlab!llty of selling this ment nliroml, fi r fenr of rousing too irnnt n slump in meat prices nt home. It reercs, nt first, rnthcr unreason nble Hint the covernment should oh-- Ji ct to low critic the prices of fnod-stuiIt hardly' in tins country. seems consistent with the function of u liody nppointej to protect our interests. On hehnlf of the trade it ii uryed that the meat was sold to the irovern-memiller rontrnct, nnd tin. t the (millions mnile by the irovernment I'rofits miule out war were severe. denls were cut to the minimum by restrictions npplied enrly in the war. The amount of commodity covered by the trnnrnrtinn wns enormous, bu' the profit menKre. And now. if the bulk of thnt commodity is dumpvd on the market, the ntennrc profit, in the result, will be turned to serious loss. And disaster to n tremendous Inramificadustry with Innumerable tions is n disaster to nil of us. Ho many industries nre interlocked with the mint industry that the ilamnire done would be spread over n large urea. It nil seems fnirly plausible Hut the Amcricnn meat trnde today suh plies the world. If the meat is sold nbronil, foreign prices will drop, they nre mnlntnined here o, whatever happens, there will be a drop somewhere here or ubroad. And ns our meat trade is supplvini; wurld, there is not much danger the of the industry languishing One glance nt the prices of parking house bond issues should reassure the most despondent, up, (wickers I t'hecr You nre doing pretty well Our philosopher says: A farmer to be n real sucress tins got to belli vr In farnun' ns one of the best rallm's in the wurld. g i According to predictions made COMING HERE hy the department of agriculture $ !;: at Washington, the beekeeper : gj may look forward confidently to IS; HAROLD YATES RANKS HIGH a prosperous season during the :i coming summer and fall. The !;!; AMONG YOUNGER ARTISTS. deparlmeiit nt Washington re- - jg port Unit the Increase In the i Will Appear en Third Afternoon and : cost of honey, owln? to the big ; Night of Coming Redpath ::: cmrt ilemnnd created hy the jS It safe to predict jg ; war. makes Chautauqua. that the coming year will see the $ greatest efTort ever made to Harold Yntcs, pianist, who will ap pear In n prelude on llilnl nftrp i further' beekeeping. : During the l.it halt of IMS, j nmin nnil as insisting nrtlst with llrn honey to Ihe value of perhaps Kj rlcttn C'onrnd nn the third nlplit "f I ho coming Itepiilh ('linutnuiiiiii, Is g: SLMsiiMMO was exported. This jS was nhout ten times the viilua- one of Hie ;niinwr nrtlts appearing In concert today. A wry distinctive ::j lion for nny year hefore tho beginning of the war, which In- feature Is that ho Is nn Aini'rlc:in. Imv- Ins studied only In America with dlctites that honey has ceaed ;! : to lo n huury In the minds of i American teachers. It Is unusual to llnil one o profr the nllled peoples. The home ij::, elent In the vnrlnm branches of art, !:: demnnd for honey has also In- Ilesldes being nn Instructor and plan S; created. 1st of reputation ho has nccomp'inlcd n number of very famous nrtlsts on ..v.v.v.vv! their tours, appeared In ensemble i ALFALFA INSECT IS DANGEROUS TO CROP all right, if you'll with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert for packing I ring-i- n Chalsis Fly Is Principal Cause of Blighted Seed. Damage la Especially Severe In Cal. Ifornla and States on Pacific Slope of Rocky Mountains Basis of Control Work. ( SAY, you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll asssssB um'lf'-- i "JT Fhoto by llpfrnun. CMcaco. Harold Yates. work with nienihcrs of tho Chicago Symphony Orchestra, mid directed n large orchestra In tho Navy. Mr. Yntcs has nppcansl In mnny large cities of the United States nnd Cnnuda and has hoen uccordeil splendid recognition, nnd his Is n career to be watched with Interest. The Iledpath innnnKeiiient was especially fortunate In securlnlg Mr. Yates to go on a Chautauqua tour thin season. Ill appearance as plan-le- t nnd accompanist on the third day will lie nn Important part of the musical offering of the week. Steely Concert Company Coming at Chautauqua (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture) The nlfalfa-see- d chalsls Hy, an Insect the size of 11 gnat. Is the principal cuue of I.UcliUiI nlfalfu seed. lis lunge covers practically the whole of the United Slates. While Its ravages extend to clover and hur clover, the laigcst damage Is done to alfalfa seeiL I'amnce occurs wherever nn alfalfa Mtsl crop Is grown, hut Is cp.clally scre In California and the stales on the l'ncltic slope of the Itocky luoun-tainThe Hy deposits Its eggs through the seed pod directly Into the green seed, where the limn Is hatch-islan- d grows to maturity. All changes hoth larval nnd pupal, nre effected In side the seed. The uilult Insect emergeslhrougli n hole cut ut one end No Time to Stop Learning. of Ihe seed, leaving only a hollow 1h A mnn ulinutil kfp Icnrnlni: ( shell. soincililnc "nlHnys," s ArnoM Haiti, The egg of the chnlcls fly Is so small ns to lie Invisible to the naked eye. pwnilo let k Mngnuttf uhout mid-- 1 hven the presence of the living larva nt'ttlife. OIm In the seed Is hard to detect except hy opening the seeds and examining them under n microscope. There Is some modification, howevet, of the shape of the seed In which larvae are feeding. The color, also. Is likely to he darker and the surface less glossy. The hasls of control work Is to allow no seed pods to develop anywhere 1 1 hefore those of the regular seed crop and to leave no Infested pods In Selds or nround stacks In which tho larva or pupa may overwinter. Just between ourselves, you never will wise-u- p to until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land square on that tobacco, Prince Albert I Well, sir, youH be so d happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokcthrottle wide open I Talk about smoke-sporQuality makes Prince Albert so rc -t! appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years oil testify tothedelight it hands out! P. A. can't bite or parch I Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what aih your particular amokeappetite I . wvr nmcmAlhitt m tins, hmndmm pmmm4 ttmd hmlfmmmmal tin nmmtJrttmm1 0ntic4t mtimnd ryfW fMM mmmiaf tmitm mii 0 tkml k04 tk t0bmf 4m M rym Mft Mmttm it Tt0y ri Nfi, It I J. Reynolds Tobacco ConpaB?, WtnttoaSlein9 N. Dependent on Language. Sfnny thouclitso ,lnoinltnt nr "IM, tl Inrik'iiau'H In which lliy are C URADSIIAW MILL. Mr llurton Zanders was In I m ou ter Monday. Knew Where It Would Land. Mr. llurton Sanders was tn IS I.hwjt "Yen, lr! Ww can nHtle up tliU ilntw for yu hi Himut Hleht Monday j '""luty kin. If tlH'nU Aiir"i.Ml. Itus rnu m Judse. Miss llatrl Foley entertained a few unit that loue fur the money I friends Saturday night. Mr. John Sanders is spending a few days with Mr. S. X. Sanders Miss Mabel I'rewitt of Iterea is with home-folk- s this week. Miss Anna Sanders is spending several days with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. NEW PERFECTION COOK STOVES OIL ..imjSjffi rrcvili. MOVING ARMS ON SCARECROW Contraption His Proved Quits Effective In Frightening Away Birds From Fields. A scarecrow which. If not very lifelike, proved effective In frightening auay the hlrds, was provided with "arms" to he revolved hy the wlmL On the end of the crossbar were mount- c(l two sticks of pine, one Inch square. To one end of these sticks were fastened disks of brlKht tin, seven Inches In diameter: the other I Walter Bteely of the Kleey Concert Company, which appears her on tho fourth duy of the L'hnutautpju, Is not only sn artist on the piano and martin-bapbonbut also plays the aaxophono and concertina. He has nn excellent baritone voice. Tbe other members f tbe company are Mrs. Steely and Ulsj Erlynne Steely. Mrs. Steely Is a soprano of exceptional ability. The Steelya all appear la plana and inarliu-bspho- a work. Ulss Steely Is a cur- loooui m weu a a miulcUiL Saturday. Mrs. James I'rewitt and daughters were with Mrs. Carl linker Thursday ) afternoon. Miss MurKHn-oLancaster was the week end guest of her'cousin. Mrs. C C I'rewitt. Mr. ami Mrs- - Ott Long of Cotton-bur, f Mrs. John Srbnstian nnd children were guests of Mrs. James I'rewitt were vvflh Mr, nnd Mrs. Karl I'rewitt. Sunday. j I I ' I : LJ The Scarecrow Waves Its Arms With Great Rapidity Whenever a Slight Wind Blows, and Is Very Effective In Keeping Away the Predatory Birds. end was roundeil off, and n piece of Iron or lend pipe was driven on ns n i uelKht. The hole throiiKh these nrms were placed nt the points found hy hulaucliiK the linns lifter Ihe ilUks nnd pipe weights were npplliil; thus the. lightest hreeze wouhl cnue them tit ' revolve. They will move Rimiewhut more freely If washers nre placed l.e-S)lvn-nu- s. tvveeit them and tin) cnishar. Van Akeu, I'ort Kwen, N. V In l'lputur Mechanics MukiizIiic, EXCELLENT FOR DAIRY STOCK A Kitchen Triumph Umm i I the savory delight of rood cooking I You know thit everything is " done to a turn ' and dcliciouily cuoked on the New Perfection Oil Cook Stove. The Long Dtue Chimney burner gives just the right heat for all cooking purposes turns every drop of kerosene oil into clean intense heat and drives it full tone, directly against the utensil. flame stays where set no smoke Lights and heats instantly or odor. It keeps the kitchen comfortable makes cooking delight that's why there are already 3,000,000 users. Aih to m a th Lour Bin Silage Should Be Combined With Some Leguminous Feed, Such as Clover or Alfalfa. (Prepared by the United Slats Department of Agriculture.) While klliife Is an excellent feed for dairy stock, It should he combined wllh some leguminous feed, audi ul clover, rowpeus, or alfutfu, owing ta Its InsuIHclent productive quality. The leguminous material will tend to cor--L- it the deficiencies of the silage In Cry matter, protein, and mineral con. stituents. .lumnty Bunur arttauatlj tin Aif A $artng fit dtmomtration of Misses l.eno Kast nnd Ina II, Hurt wns visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Uert Mob-erlMonday night. M s. Daniel Kast und Mr. and Mrs. Willie Long were with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Last, Mondii. Mrs. Sara Casey und Beatrice Casey spent Monday with Mis. Grunt Sanders. g Mrs. Tilda I'rewilt of Nina is her sons, Meiers J. I. nnd Sam I'rewitt, beyond llichmond. Mrs. Cameron I'rewitt and little ilaiUthler, Until Cameron were guests Tuesday of Mrs. Jesse Kast. Master Janus nnd Miss Linda Sanders were visitors Sunday night of Mr. mid Mrs. James I'rewitt. .Mr. nnd Mrs. llurton Sunders nnd little daughter, Klizahcth, motored to 1'uint Lick Sunday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Sebastian nnd family were with Mr, nnd Mrs. Thomps Sebastian Friday night. Little Nancy Sanders has been spending several days with Mr. mid Mrs. James l'nwitt the past week, Jlr, and .Mrs. S. N, Sanders mid son mill daughter, James und Linda spent Friday with Mr. nnd Mrs. (iiant Sanders. Sir, und Mrs. Crunt Sanders nnd little son Forrest, were visitors of Mr. mid .Mrs. Phillip Moore Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. linscom I'rewitt mid littlo daughter Nora Lucille were the (rWsts'Sunduy of Mr. unil Mrs. N, I.. I'rewitt. Little Vera Ilrouddus wus n guest of her uunt nnd (rnnd-mothiT- , Mrs. llurton bunders und Mrs. Huberts, Tuesday, Mrs. Millie Hurt und grand-daug- h ter, Christine Mobcrley, Mrs. Ilascom I'rewitt were at the home of Mr, a:rl Mrs. Jesse Kast. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. I'rewitt and Miss Morgan of were en tertained ut the home of Mr, and Mm. N. L. Trewitt, Sunday. HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 29, 1919 2 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 to call. on 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 coal, suit and dress 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 QUALITY STORE. The Joseph Mercantile Co. See a new Shipment of Carpets which have just arrived. ONE PRICE. Hagan-Jennings. Messrs Clayton Morrow and Ilurton Mr mill Mrs. W . Speit'i spent Stapp came over from Lexington last the wek end in Lcuitvllc. week-enFriday anil spent the with Mr Ollic Wnlhce was a guest in our their parents. nty for several huts jeslerday 2 Miss Mary Lee Lane, of this county Mrs Randolph Harris attended thj ami Mr. Marshal Rayburn were marWedl'riR'' Stunf'nl Ccmlngi uti ried Monday at the home of the bride "Uomanlir A BrUI Mention ( Ui I ,;;rt. last Art Interfiled In. Girji by Thu near Friends of Mr. J. W, Sanders were Mrs. Frank C. Lembeck, of Greely, ami Mrs. Blanche Cue delighted to see him on our streets Miss Sue Shelby Mnson is visiting California, of Kansas City, haxe been recent vis lait Monday. Mr. Sanders was quite rclathcs In Chicago. sick for several weeks but is now enitors in Lancaster. joying his usual qood health. Mr. nrl Mm. It. I. Klkln spent Robert Hughes Noland, who is atTuesday In Danville. Mr. Hubert Long, a tending tchool at Lexington, spent with his mother, Mrs. joung farmer, of Cottonburg, and Mr. Jar Francis has returned from the wenc-en.Miss Ida Mae Baker, of Garrard Co., .May ILuhes N'oland. n few lay visit in Louisville. secured a license at Lancaster and .Mrs. J. II. Bourne and daughter, were married in Richmond. Mi Delia Illce HuKhea has return-n- l County from a week end visit in Stanford. Miss Dodo, Miss Christine Sanders, Judge W. K. I'rice officiated. The ami Mrs. Joe Robinson motored to young couple were accompanied by Mrs. Vm. Kox Logan, of Wilkes-barr- Danville last Saturday for the after- Miss Nannie Denny nnd Mr. William I'enn., is the guest of her noon. Bolton. Gossip About People V DISTRICT MEETING Of Federation of Wom-- i en's Clubs Holds Instructive Session Here last Week. d e, Mrs. W. II. Mason. Mrs. Luther linger, of Garrard county, is managing the Burgin Hotel in the absence of h;r n.cibcr, who Is in Danville on r.ccur.t of n sun; 'ml Willie Mac Elliott came over from operation. 1 rxington and spent Saturday nnd .Mrs. .Maggie Robinson entertained Sunday with his parents. Monday at dinner Mr. ami .Mrs. Wm. Miss Mary Elmore was the.gucst of Baughman, Mr. Thomas Robinson, of Mrs. R. K. Turley in Itichmond during Danville, Mr. and Mrs. George Robin son of this city. the May Musical Festival. Mr. John M. Carpenter, left yesMiss Virginia Goodloe, of Colorado, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. terday for his home in Oklahoma, nf ter stopping with relatives here, on Goodloe, on Maple Avenue. his way from his winter home in St. been Cloud Florida. Mils Charlie Elmore, who has teaching in the South, has returned Mr. nnd Mrs. lloji Ballard and chil-Ire- n home for the summer vacation. motored from Cincinnati last Mr. Ed Hughes lias returned from Saturday and spent n few days with Stanford where he visited his lister, their parents, Mr. anil Mrs. George Mrs. J. W. Acey, who continues ill. Ballard on the Stanford road. Mr. John Mershon, of Somerset, has been visiting his lister, Mrs. ter, on Lexington Avenue. ' y Mr. A. D. Bradshaw left last Mr. and'Mrs. Horace Herndon left for Smithshire, Illinois, where Monday night for Asheville, North he will remain during the summer. Carolina, where they will make their future home. Lancaster friends reMr. Joe McDowell and Mr. Joe gret the departure of this most exCrowder of Danville, were visitors of cellent couple. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Goodloe Monday. Mr. Arthur Thompson has joined Mrs. Louis Landram, Mrs. J. 11. his family here after a year or more Staughton, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Suttuui of service with the American Expedl- were visitors in Danville Wednesday. i tionary Forces in Frunce. Arthur saw some active service at the front Mrs. S. B. Henry anil Mrs. Itachcl .nnd made a gallant soldier. Austin have returned home nfter a vikit to Mrs. E. II. Smith , of Louis ' Mr. Leonard HamnigiQ has been ville. j discharged from 111 service nfter nc- SlC servlc At the front. He volunTrof. Henry Elliott ran up from teered with the old Third Kentucky Louisville last Saturday, to sec his irfKlrncnt nnd wvnt overseas with the mother at the home of Dr. ami Mrs. ' ft J til DlWslon. He arrived homo last w, . r.iiioti. Monday. x , ym tir. and Airs. Char.' Bnlleii, Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Joe Durnslde. Mr. Wld Mrs. Arcli Ruvaiiaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wnl-v- (, Mr. ami Mrs. Ed I'rice, Mr. nnd Mr, Napoleon i'rice, attended the funeral of Mr. George Hallow in Richmond. Mrs. F. B. Marksbnr? eiileitained with a six o'clock dinner complimentary to Mrs. Jnmes M, Stnughton, who is the guest of tier mother, Mrs. II. A. The table had for B. Marksbury, decorntions beautiful spring (lower. A delicious menu was served. The marriage of Miss Nancy Hagan to Scrgt. Homer Jennings last Satur day afternoon at the home rf the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hngan, came as quite a surprise to Miss Hngin's friends who arc legion in this count;'. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F V Inlmter and immediately after the ceremony the nappy couple left for Loui-vill- e for a few days stay before going to their home in ll'inoif, where they will reside in the n future. The bride is a beautiful nnd siccomplished young lady and a great pet with her many friends here For the past year she has been one of the cfTcitnt clerks in the J. E. Dickerson t'ty good store. The groom is n nephew of Mr. and Mrs. George Ballard and has recently been discharged from the service, having been staDr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert and Rev. tioned at Camp Tolor for the past J. R. Moorman will entertain h's ten months. evening at a six o'clock dinner in Stone-Hopki- ns. honor cf the following graduates; Miss Minnie .Mae Robins in, Katie The following fnm th Somerset Barnes Dickersnn, Carrie Bill? Romis of interest to her many ans, Mary Davis, Bcrnlce Champ, Journal Lancaster and Garrard county friends Will'e Christine Sanders, Pearl where she lived most of her life nnd and Messrs William Klnnnird is remembered o pleasantly. Bowman Grant. and "Miss Stella Stone, of this city, and .Miss Lillian K. Kstes was tl.-- i Mr. LuMont Hopkins were united in charming hostess of a birthday perty marriage at Danville last Saturday at her home Tuesday evening. There Jitjfht Miss Stone, who has been were a number of guests present nnd teaching at Shelbyville, Ky was visn the guests were .Misses iting her friend, Mrs. Henry P. Cun-dilnt Danville, and hsr fiance met Margaret and Naomi Cornish from Harrodtburg, and Miss Anna Wilmn her there and they decided to sur Parks from Danville. Delicious re- prise their friends by getting married freshments were served and the even- at this time. Miss Stone is the daughter of the ing was enjoyed by all. late Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Stone, of this Mr. Raymond Hasclden, of Lancascity, and a sister of the furniture man ter, and Mr. E. J. Ford, while re- Victor B. Stone, and has a host if turning from the Knight Templars warm frienJs and acquaintances here Commundery Grand Conclave at who extend to her and her life's Owcnsboro last week came, up on the companion congratulations and good boat, "Queen City", on the Ohio rivsr long and happy life on with the Commandcry of Covington wishes for a The Journey. and greatly enjoyed the trip. They their 'mntrimonial of the Somerset speak in the highest terms of the bride is n graduate High School, class of 1013, nUo grad great meeting ut Owensboro. Dan uated from Eastern Kentucky State ville Messenger. Normal in l'JIli and has been one of Col. J. U. Ruble, of Buena Vista, the State's most popular teachers for was In Lancaster last Monday and the past three years, being a teacher was the recipient of many handshakes at Shelbyville, Ky., at the time of her ftom hla numerous friends. Col. nn;J nirrrlafiu" ITtt will finish this year's Mrs. Ruble have just returjc from a teaching nnd secure her life certifiwinter' sojourn hi" St. iVterslurp'. cate. She met her husband at Iron-toFilf, Unit til frjeuds were Mlghtcd to Ohio, five years ago white visasee Mill in such tmpfn'ed health. No ing here sister, Mrs. T. L. Wall, at flcVerer man ever lived in Garrard Ironton, and their announcement was county than cA. Ruble, nor one that expected to be made soon, but decided enjoys the ftiendship of a larger to bring u little surprise to their friends by getting married on the Hopkins U an emMt4. Burton Woodward and little above date. Mr. Cindaughter, Elizabctli Cash, have re- ployee of a large iron concern at visit to relatives in cinnati, where they will reside, and turned from n deserving young While there she received a is said to be a very London. telegram stating the safe arrival from business man. overseas of her husband in New York and expects him in Lancaster in a few days. Mr. Woodward has been in service for. ten months and was n member of the American Expeditionary Forces In France. Lancaster friends will bo glad to welcome him here. On the list of good works fostered by the Club women of Ken'uck, we No llnd the illiteracy commission. more Important or necessuVy woik can be done by any club. The slogan is "no adult illiterates In 1920." This is a gigantic task but it so necessary to the future good of Kentucky that no one should hesitate to help. It Is appalling to think of the "grown up" in Kentucky who can not rend or write. It li even more appalling to ui to know how many are in Garrard.. This it a great work, and detenu the substantial support of every citizen In the county. tnou!J fceI ,rouJ ot having had such a meeting, it being one of the largest ' district meetings ever held. I DO IT NOW. The Eighth District Federation of Women's Clubs convened at the audi$4.00 CASH. torium of the Lancaster Graded SINGLE COMB BROWN School, with Mrs. B. H. Roberts, of j LEGHORNS EXCLUSIVEBerea, State Chairman, and Mrs. LY. Richard Lowndes of Danville, Sec. pro tern. After the meeting was called ERLE C. FARRA to order Mr. Strothcr delivered the Box 272. Lancaster, Ky. invocation in a very impressive mnn-ne- r. At the conclusion of the prayer the nudience stood and joined in singing The Battle Hymn of the Republic. Immediately after the singing, Mrs. J. E. Stormcs delivered the Welcome Addrers on behalf of the Woman's Club of Lancaster. A fw drops in tb The response to the welcome was drfoktac mUr com u A ULV given by Mrs. J. B. Paxton cf Stanand prrmu wbit wmi sw dLarrboM, cbolcra and otfcor takk ford and was heartily received. dlsawm. Om 60c botUs make It rations of nwltelsa. Pint bottla. The next important number on the pnea tl.20, makca SI ration. At program was a series of addresses by druaTfftits, or nt by mail postpaid. Bourbon RamadyCg., Laalnfton, Ky. the following women, Mrs. J. R. Roberts, of Berea, gave a splendid address on Library Extension, she reminded us that our boys in WWWWWlVfWWWTmVWWVfK France still needed books, and that two more appeals would be made in , their behalf. Mrs. W. W. Ensminger of Harrods- burg, Chairman of Conservation urged the Clubs to support legislation. which will provide employment for returned soldiers. Mrs. W. R. Cowbey of Berea spoke of the splendid work done in public institutions by Club Women and voiced the need of trained men in charge cf these institutions. Mrs. Ernbierg, Supt. of Textile works at Berea, gave a very interesting address, she told of her works among the women of the Kentucky mountain'. Mrs. Ernbierg is rrob- ably not appreciated so much by the people of Kentucky as she is by the people of the East, where she has n market for her rugs and curtain Don't wait until next winter and say I wish I had. Start an e?g factory today. IS eggs for 73 100 for J i OneDrop Z.ttfZ Dr. If. Ik Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR DANVILLE r i 1 DON'T MISS THE Closing Out AT Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. The following seven clubs were rep resented, giving splendid reports of wq the past years work, Berea, Lawrcnccburg, clubs, ITarroilsliur;, Danville, Stanful'l and Lancaster. At the now! hour, the delegates and visitoti were Invited by Mrs. in behalf of the club, to the Puritan, where they were served n by Mrs. most delightful luncheon Cotton. Immediately after the meeting was called to order for the afternoon session, a musical number was rendered by Mrs. Dawes and Miss Amy Dawes, of Bryantsville, which added much to Dally Thought of the jftcrnouii It In necessary that whoever Is brave the attractivene vhnuld bo it man of great Mini. Cicero. program. Mrs. Hiker, the State President was Lines to Be Remembered. the nnd outlined next introduced A man who Is good enough to shed years Club works, and gnve an engood Ms blood for Ills country U couraging prospectus of future work, enouiih to be given n tiiun dent after New officer were then elected for ward. More than that no man Is entitled to, and les than that no man the coining year, followed by one of the most interesting speakers of tho shall have. Theodore Roosevelt In her day, Miss Mary Sweeney. most magnetic way she told of condiPainting on Bran. Cnloss pare la taken to have the sur- tions that existed in France, and of face absolutely clean, considerable dif- her many experiences with our boys ficulty Is encountered In attempting to over there. It was a rare treat, for mint over polished brass. To Insure a only in this way do we hear of the satisfactory Job the truss should tint and terrible hardships be scoured with a mixture of salt and great sacrifices vinegar to remove all grease, after cnduied by the soldiers In the front which the surface should be washed line trenches. This address concluded the pro with hot soap suds and wiped dry with a clean rag. Thereafter the paint may gram an J "also concluded a most enrnnurng joyable and inspiring day, so laid be applied without risk of Itf while wet or chipping oft after It baa every one present. dried. The Woman's Club cf Lancaster material. Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Gllcher Hotel every Tuesday and Friday. RICHMOND Building, Oldham Thursday's'only. STANFORD Saturday only. The undersigned hereDy give warn-n- g to all persons not to trespass upon tur land; for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice, R. L. Elkln, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. B. Trice. S. C. Rigkby. D. M. Anderson. R. L. Barker B. L. Kelley. POSTED The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 29 1919. FEE MISERABLE ,g5S?W S.. PIG CLUBS HELP FROM THAT COLD? Colds and coughs are quickly relieved by Dr. King' New Discovery Nobody iliould feel "perfectly ml erable" from a cold, cough or attack for very Ion f. For It tak-- s only little while to relieve 't and r;ct back cn the road tt recovery when Dr. King's New Discovery u faithfully used. It toon jos?r.j the phlegm. rr lievei Irritation, toothci the pirched, tcre throat, brings comfort. Half a century old and more papular today than ever. At all druggists. SWINE INDUSTRY Direct Effects of Work of Boys and Girls Evident in Many Paris of Country. IS OBSTACLES MET BY FULFILLING ITS MISSION AGENTS Practical and Constructive Means of Meeting Various Problems Utilisation of Wattes, and Grating Crops. Extension Workers Exercise Patience and Tact In Overcoming Much Resistance. ment of Agriculture ) In hoys' and girls' club work prejudice nnd preciiiH vh ed opinion, founded on hick of knowledge or mlrrfirecnta-lion- , Make Your Bovrcb Behavo Make then function !th cratUytnj precision. If rcgulaticn cl ths diet dncs not relieve th'-i.- - trri'l'ty Dr. King's New I.ifj Pi'Tj v '. They are the perfect bowel trainer?, system gurclv. corJortitly. (I'n pared by the United States Depart- 'Chain ' GUY. Mrs. Boyd Turner was the Friday of Mcfdatr.es Henry anil lie Yater. RUcst Char- Mrs. William Clark residing on the Lexington road, visited Mr. Milton Ward Tuesday. of Miss Jessie Mae Hammnck Ken-by- , is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Tolliver Cornett. Miss Jean Uroaddus and little Margaret White were visitors Wednesday cf Mrs. J. L. Vantis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, and two little sons, spent Sunday with Taint Lick relatives. .'.local Stacy returned to his home in Barboursville Thursday after n visit of several weeks with relatives. Miss Annie Mae Broatldus spent with her sister, Mrs. the week-en- d Marcus White on the new Danville pike. Miss Hose Turner on the old Danville pike, and Miss Allie Doolin spent the week-en- d with Miss Lucille Turner. Mrs. John Smith and daughter, Mas Fannie, and Mrs. Henry Tuttle were visitors Wednesday of Mrs. A. K Merida. Mr. Alben Smith and sisters, Misses Maude and Fannie attended preaching Sunday at the Beazley school-hous- e on the C. O. road. Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice and chit-cVc- n motored from Richmond Sunday and were quests of Mcsdames Carrie Dafidson and William Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Henry and chil-l-c- n motored from Kirksville Sunday and spent the day with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Milton Ward. Messrs Kzza and Robert Fletcher and Authcr Turner, and Misses Ellen Turner and Cora Fletcher motored to I!uck?ye Saturday the dedication of the new school building'. Ruben, the 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Uroaddus, had the misfortune to stick a piece of fencing vire in his foot Sunday afternoon. He suffered so Intensely from it. that on Tuesday a Doctor was called and relieved the pain greatly, but he is still in a dangerous condition. Mr. and Mrr. William Knibry, and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Davidson celebrated their ICth, wedding anniversary, Sunday, May 25, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Vantis. At noon an elaborate dinner of .several courses was served. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Embry of Lexington were nmonj the jruests present. The Misses Broaddus entertained Wednesday evening in their usual charming manner a number of their friends. For the occasion the home was decorated with beautiful pink and red roses, ferns and plants. Elegant refreshments of ices anil cake was served. All present had n' delightful time, J How the Months Were Named. January gets Its nam, from .Iiiiiih: lYIiruary from lYI.rim purtllinlloii n Sabine word; March from M.irs; April frmii nperlo open; May from Mala, goddess of growth; June from Junius ; July from Julius; August V'lim AuguMus ; September from np-li'i- n wmmi ; October from octo llflit; November from iihwiii nliu; n- tin. Decetulier from ilmi- are two obstacle that county agents and demonstrators meet fiery ilny. To surmount them Is not the easiest tnk; to rnnrert opposition Into hearty supiort Is an achievement calling for unusual patience nnd tact. That both of these virtues arc possessed In large measure by n majority of tno extension workers limy be adduced from the reports constantly coming to that bureau. A farmer In Maryland had no use for "book farming." He upbraided Ids son, a member of a boys' club, for following the agent's" Instructions In seed-cor- n selection. He railed the test for lis) per cent germination "foolishness." and walked off In utter disgust. The boy, encouraged by his Instructor, kept at It, demonstrated the proposition, grew the' selected seed, and got a typicrop, a decided contrast cal high-grad- e to dad's. That settled It. The "foolishness" turned out to be "a good Idea." The farmer has become an enthusiast. At the very outset a woman demonstrator In 11 northern county of Texas was opposed by the parents of a bright village girl, anxious to become n member of a boys and girls' club. The mother was not a belleier In "these Ideas" and the father hail no sjmpalhy with any "crazy theory In spite of the absence of any stuff." form of Invitation, the demonstrator sjBSSSV BBPsjftyMiHiy;'ss a tf AWWSaLEV wL H W Up0fl Mates IX'lurt. lb" menl of .arlrulturr I IMdiMire In nbundnnre Indicate lh.it rk plays tin. Ihijh mid Klrls' ilg club n iritiilltik' I'trt In ntliuulatlni: thu lr tuliii Industry. In 7 BIoStlBiBlSsSt Here's the way we look at it Ji'st for a uiluutc, look at the tire proposition from our Mandnoint. yj nrc in the tire business here, to stay. We can remain in business only so Ions as we please our customers. it pays us to handle nood tires United The illri'ct oftVeH nre very widen! arbms sm'tbins of tho country. They tdimv thnt lh mirk Is fulllllliu its mission, thnt It l n prnillcal ntid rmislrucihf nicniis uf iiiiTtlng tho I'l'f.l.li'lil In sttlui li'isbiindry nnd utrrss-In- ii t inliicllin thnmch mmoniy Ihe utlllcntlon 'f iiles. b rn.liKts. nun Kmrltii; cri'is! tliriniKh the u nf BimhI brissllnc llHk. Slid their j'JhT rarr. fissllus nnd niaiiaffi'liieiit. Tliesn lllf States . res. They're the tires we sell. --They're the tires you should use. We have thom to meet every need of price or use Excellent Type of Brood Sew and Hei Family. iihjtfts nre nrninpllhei United States Tires are Good Tires We know United States Tires ere good tires. That's why we sell them. ' Haselden Bros. Garage. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsvllle. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick- Rusty Steel. To clean rtity Meel. nil well the rusty parts and set aside In this state for two or three days. Then wipe dry with e!e.:n rags'nnd polish with emery or pumlee stone. When very rusty and a high polish Is desired rub 'the article with n little slack lime. ' Spasmodic Sermon. Optimistic Thought Many n man tlnds himself 1. ileepi The chamber of sickness Is the c2u- ( el water before he gets In the swim. , of detotlon. REPUBLIC TRUCK li Ton Excellent Condition Write for Out I.Ut of Used Truck Specials Harry P. Kelly 1010 Gilbert.' LitwInnall.Q Death and Cruelty. Whipping Wrong Horse. filth Is no cruelty or hardship, or A foreigner on n lIt to K.'igland our Creator would not hale mude us Is nt n loss to understand uby In speat the night with them. Before the ulTer It; but cruelty to animals Is a the homes of parllnmeiit each party family nuoVe In the morning she went deadly sin. 4Vitltcr U'llians. tins a whip for. Its own party when It Into the kitchen, made biscuits accordwants to best the other party. Tablet to Horace Greeley. ing to the Idea." helped The Vermont Tress nssodallon Foirsts cf the Caucasus. la the preparation of the breakfast and !!iuvd a memorial tablet on the old The forests of the Ciiiinisiis In l!us-l- u Not All There. well, the biscuits conquered. mllillng at Kast l'oultner where n rnir. are estlmaiiil at Vim. Hum nrres, Pclhrook wns the proud jsissessor of Today that little girl Is the leading ged foiirteen-yenr-olbehoy. In ISi", elderly In the lll.iek sen territory, n brand-nesuit of clothes with n member of a club. During the past sea- gan a painful apprenticeship! ax a nrlnt- which Is nt tin- - rate of Murly twenty small wooden whistle nttarbed to NOT ALWAYS AS GOOD LAYERS son her garden wus Midi a success r. In tthlch he olifiilmsl u working acres to inch Mini The forests It Soon after getting the suit, and that she will have a bigger one this ledge of the most drnainle of nil Chickens Will Net Make year, and the of her par- the arts. The ragged lmy wns Horace of western SlbiHa bale been sninilyi while the family wns dining away Underslied I explored, but they nre staled to he from home. Ids father asked him why Good Hens for Winter Cull Out ents. And. according to them, "any lireclcy, and the building was the' v ' Undesirables. im I.! m.in" acres Ir. extent, more than lie did not wear his new suit that eie-l- i time that agent comes this way she'll of the Northern Spectator a coun- - half belnc In an nbsolnl.' stnte of n.i-- t lug. "I can't, daddy." he answered, find welcome on the door." tiy weekly newspaper. I " 'iiiusetho lure. lioiky Mi.iinlaln Herald. Not all of the early hatrheit pullets whistle's broke." One more Instance, the threeroverlng will ninVo Rood winter lajers, iiroml-In- : Important phases of agent some of the to l 11. Wlemind. stnlu poultry work In the'Soiilh : The colored farmclub lender of Knna. ers of n certain county In n fur Southl jnillet that Is "An ern state used to pay no attention to at Ibis senon will neer make crop rotation or diversification. They n Booil heii," be sajs. "If proper earn grew the same crops In the same fields, Is plten It hoiild I'l'iiu Injlnj In midonly such produce as suited their parwinter. Don't wusIh fisd on nnyexrept ticular whim. Nor did they see any tint proiiiMiie pullets. They Miould They necessity for homo sanitation. bne good rnre nnd food feed at nil didn't know anything about the neces- Terrible Ssfieririg From Headache, stages. sity for either, and cured less. As for "It Is ImpoMllile to erow pullets Sideacoe, Backiclie, and Weak-nethe county agent, he was an Intruder. cnrelestly nnd on Fhort rations until They buve different liletis today. Not Relieved by Cardui, ' they reach Ihe in-'-e when they should only tlu they grow the right crops, hut Says This Texas Lady. be full crown and mature, and then also they take pride In the uppearanco brine them forward quickly by n short of their fields and buildings. There Is roure of Rood mnnncement. Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. Minnie Phll-po- t, a friendly rivalry among lliem now, "The pullet that Is north kerplne ns Intruding agent Is beand the one-tim-e of this place, iiTrltes: 'Tiro years a layer Is worth torn! cure nnd full sought to set them right In alt their tsa I was takn with a pain In my rations nil the lime. One that Is not problems. left ,slde. It was right uaiir ray All are flood and we sell them. considered worth keeplne should bit Thus opposition ran be overcome to- left rib. It wouU commence with as Undi-ndzeen I en or jiuirkeleit. birds day more than ever through the proer aching anil extend up Into my left will no! pay for tho feed they ent dur-liiiipprouch, the stlck-ttt-l- t attitude, and shoulder und on down Into my bacU. winter." the tact of the county and field agents Dy that time the pain would be co ami demonstrators of the extension cevero I would have to take to bed, sen Ice. EAT COWPEAS AND SOY BEANS end suffered usually about three days suffered this way for three years. ...I 'Jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; Usefulness as Human Food Recognised or.d rot to be n mere skeleton and was Only Recently In This Country, eo weak I could hardly stand alone LIVE STOCK NOTES Says Houston. Was not able to go as? where and bad t go. iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiri to let my house work my ..I sufferedI Secretary Houston nf thu United back and awful with a pain In depurtmeiit When barley Is fed to live stock, the had the h:adacko all tho time. I Just five Flutesusefulness of of nk'rlculluro, mya row peas und soy Ihu wis unablo to do a thing. My Ufa grain should be crushed. my stomach got In an was a misery, benns us human fiMxl hus recne-nlio- l awful condition, caused from taking only recently lu this ojunlry. Quality Is more Important than size so much medlclno. I suffered so much conditions warrant the plan!-Ins- r llxtstlne In selecting the breeding stock. pain. I had Just about n'.ven- - up all ot all thu ntallnble seed of variehopes of our getting anything to help ties known to do well In the several present prices there Is no cheapAt 1U0. sections. The soy bean In particular One day a Birthday Almanac was er grain feed for breeding ewes than Buck-Boar- d, has proved sufficiently resUtant to cold thrown In my yard. After reading outs. testimonials 1 decided to try Cartn spring and tn ndversu weather durlu dui, and am so thankful that I did, ing summer to warrant heuy plantNo Intelligent sheep raiser, no matter for I besan to Improve when on the ing. The value of the beans fur oil If he owns a large or small flock, will second bottle... I am now a well production, as well us fur human food, breed cue lambs. woman and feeling tine and the cure has become reoignlted so quickly and baa been permanent for It baa been so generally during the last year that Both barley and oats should be two yearn since my awful bad health. , ground for pigs, and a high protein I will always praise and recommend the crop has acquired a commercial Cardui." Try Cardui today. standing fur In excess of tta previous It feed like ground soy beans, tankage The Deal House. or Unseed oil uieil fed with thera. statu A Meeting of Youthful b Mem-ber- s. Imiuti' iii'nl i'f niilmnl llf In yininsj Isiiple. and ll.'-l- r fnlth, i'pllnilm nndi dcteriiiliinllnii, Mhlrh, tis;i'lhiT nlth' their riisinst nii'ss In liistrurtlnii, I ii(hliletlH-llt- . tn T pMtldo wiirk that may wwt the tii'sl In the illlterent K.rllons nf the country nnd the ncsl of ib members ns they aiUntiro, the fultunlnc pruji-ct- s nrw nlTrrisI ami nre In ruiiiiiinn I. I'lssllne lirojiil. (a) ratten-n- s iha. In which Ihe menitwr a tile r a nuinl'r of r'ss fur pork (inxluctlon. (h) 1lri'sllnc; phao. In which a mw pis (or boar nennllne pun-lms- l and In snii ca-- s Imlh) l raised by the leembrr tn brissllni; slit and J. Sow and litter project. In Ibis project the member has a sow (either Ihe one raised In project I, or another tired flit) which be or Mio cares fur until Ihe kiw has weaneil the Utter; that Is, Ibis project oners Hit prnrtl cal breislltn; and rnlslne of pics. X Herd project.. In eetlon wtier !! established tho sulne Industry Is the members In many cases have bad experience In rnrtiiK for snlne and are not Interested In a unit of one or two pies, such members may, ulth their parents' consent, handle all the hoe on the farm In either meat production or breeding work, under the father's direction, yet fnllnwlnt; Ihe club reeu-- , lattons and Instructions. throiuh th J u! fils f. COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE Protect Youp Hogs, Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. j McBOBERTS JRUG JSTQRE. I Deere and Oliver Riding Cultivators $50.00, Deere and Wood Mowers $65 and $68.00, Bindery $215.00. Double shovels and tooth Cultivators $5., Twin inch repairs, Brown and Brown Manley points. Walking Cultivators $12.50. American National Fence, Cultipackers, Cheap. Screen Pettus Scales, and doors $1.50 to $2.25. Goods Exchanged for Liberty Bonds. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 29, 9 19. I The best twine that finder Twine Per Hundred Pounds, BINDERS McCormick and Deering. We can deliver to your sta-tio- money can buy absolutely the first quality can be BOUGHT NOW at Welchs for only f. o. b. Berea. Get your order in early and be sure of this big saving. WAGONS CULTIVATORS All sizes, any kind you want. Be sure and 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. m Sherwin-William- OUR NEW GARAGE! n WIRE FENCE fence. WHY PAY MORE 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 s Will be completed ihortly Then you will find the best equipped auto hospital in Eastern Ky, Equipped with machinery and men to do all kinds of work. The best price in THIS world Remember we are Head quarters for everything in wire now at WELCH'S BIG STORE. U ft. No. 9 Top only 4 ft all No. 9 only OLD HICKORY. 55c. Complete only $115.00. 2 80c. $120.00. Heavy 4 point Barbed wire SO 3 in. complete only This price is under the marrod to spool, only $5.00. 3-- 4 and lave you $25.00. Come over or call us by phone and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE". . paint at These prices arc delivered to ket. Better get yours before 'your station. they are all gone. only $3.50 90 Red Slate Roofing $2.75 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. A Solid ' Car Load of Twenty Styles of DAVENETTES Davenports and Settees just arrived. No matter what you want in the way of Furniture you can find it now at our wonderful store. You can get a better assortment to select from and the price is much less. (MIHMMMMM I m : TIRES trot the best. Oil mon- Stoves New T.oss, Style simply means good bourn p. A suit that was goo J looking last year may rfot be Rood looking this year. You should get your suit where you know you will always find new goods the kind that is good looking now Our Styleplus and International Clothes will satisfy. MENS. WEAR In buying your tiros why not We have all sizes of stoves now in stock. Process, New Perfection, We recommend or Detroit Vapor, and The summer season the Silvertown as the best ey will buy our price will save you money. There has been a and our demands 'em and comtort will repay many times the small purchase price. We would also like (o show line of Refrigerators, We not the 20 per cent decline price is delivered to you. We carry all sizes in stock. He you through our extensive Hugs, Dining Room Suits, Cedar Chests etc. only please our many customers but we happy distinction of giving satisfaction genuine kind. have sure to get our price be- the real, fore you buy. DddgeBrothers MOTOR CAR- We are getting good deliveries now. Your in Get your order Shoes and Harness could be mended or repaired and save you real money. Wo have only experts iirour early ami get your choice. pays to be sure. It repair shop. WELCH, the Leather Doctor. INTERNATIONAL TAILOQiNO O) NSW V CMIOkd - WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUC K Y . V Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." BEREA, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 29, 9 P 1 1 We have been in the Mill- Plsaaurt In Production. Kvcry of srass Is a tm1: nnit to pnxlcrp two whrrv' there m Imt ono Is both n profit nnil ilon-ur- c Lincoln. Ai It Seemed to Her. .. t. .i-- ....i I the upper hull on tho nlslit h"r mother (tn giving n dinner party linpprnnl In In time to rntrh n cllmi of hnni!nmo womnn In n decollete (town. (The next morning- ttie llrst question she inloil wns: "Who wns the pretty lady la the sklrtr ing business for 20 years. n i... Profit by our experience and buy u mm r AT 111 UUflllll White Swan Flour Latest Swing Sifter Bolting System. ' Joy of Motoring. No feellns In the world Is ennnl to the thrill of real motoring. The toy of the Ions tour, through .(Hinge nml places Is netrr Muling. Odd scenes and quaint people are it-rr- j where. Oct out on the mud. ofl the iMiulerard and see how the othef people lire. For Btd. Board and Laundry. Here Is a perfect gem of mlnp-pile- d I'ngtlsh from n woman answering nn ndertlement for n French governed "nil piilr:" "I know a little English, nnil onild Kite eny, at once, lessons In Kronen, for which I will be nourished, lying down, and Mourn-e- l, who, I think, nre the conditions iau pair." " Itoston Transcript. PUBLIC AUCTION LUNSFORD & TAMME. Lancaster Flour Mills S. G. Vawjhan, Proprietor. PUBLIC Red Lead for Dry Batteries. dry battery utilising reil lend. In. stead of the tivnil ininainoe has been patented hy II. Czan-y- l. batIt Is claimed that the nil-leatery lasts longer than the type now In vogue, may be kept Inactive for months without any deterioration nnd may he recharged nt lent ten times, with each recharge as eir.elent ns nny present battery. A HEALTH Interesting Text Books. AND HYGIENE A school In Italy ucs stamp albums , to teach geography and history. Each , Undent has his own collection, while the school owns a larger and more CHAUTAUQUA LECTURE BY RED complete one. The boys and girls nre I a great deal more devoted to their! CROSS NURSE studies with such novel text books to attract nnd Interest lhm than theyj would he with Just common pink nnd Stella Fuller, Who Served In lUly blue maps. During the Great War, to Speak Here. THE LIVE WIRE REAL ESTATE MEN OF DANVILLE. KY will sell for M. F. Germann, on CULTURAL PRACTICES AND REPELLENTS ROOT-APHI- THAT WILL CONTROL CORN S Hack from the war hospitals of Europe. Miss Stella Fuller, Ited Cross nurse, will tour the Itedpath Chautau-qua- s In a new nml public health and community welfare cam-palzMiss Fuller comes with the sanction of the American lied Cross nnd her lecture offers n specific answer to toe question of what the Red Cross Is going to do In time of peace. Uer ap-- Wednesday, June 11th rain or shine, at public auction to the highest and best bidder, without reserve or limit, his beautiful home, known as at 2:30 p. m., w' ?' ' BBuanTPxI The Corn (I'rtpired s CLOVERDALE FARM. ' Winged, Viviparous Stairs Depart- Female Greatly Enlarged. asssssPlssssssssssssssssssV of CH or 7 inches In the spring after March 15. Follow this with three or four disking? to a depth of 4 or 3 disk, the Inches with n, 10 or number of (listings and the Intervals between them varying according to the, length of the period between plowing und planting. When It Is necessary to replunt early Injured corn, plow III) field deeply and thoroughly Mid then give three or four deep dlsklngs at Intervals of two or three days. These practices necessarily Involve additional lalior, but they prevent root-aphInjury nnd nlo put the field In much better phi.lnl condition. Plowing In the fall before the ant colonies go below the plow line Is sometimes as useful as spring plowing, but If warm weather follows, tho nnt mir reconstruct their net and re.isvmble the nphlds so that rcplonlng In spring will be neces-tir- y; hut whether the field be plowed In the fall or spring, dlsklngs are essential. the spring Early fall plowing, followed by frequent deep dlsklngs In fields damaged by the root aphis that season, Is n go id practice from the stnndiotnt of community control as well ns for the personal benefit derived, because the plowing disturbs the nnt cnloulcs, kills many of the aphlds, nnd destroys the wcds ujion which they live, nnd disking prcents the recolnnlzntlon of ants and presents the growth of weeds. in a significant reduction In the number of nplild eggs,' to carry the Insect through the. winter Repellents for Aphis. Where It Is liaissslble to practice one of the foregoing measures, repellents may be used to udvanlage. The object Is to repel tho ants by the uo of nil odorous substance otTensWe to them, thus preventing llietn from colonizing the uphlds on tho corn roots or driving them from the treated field, 'these malerluls destroy neither the unts nor the uphlds but tend to drive Root-Aphi- s Corn The iiuuy tho nuts, the preseitco of which Female. Is essential to the life of the nphlds. corn plants, where they contluue to Oil of tansy, tincture of nsnfetlda, oil of sassafras, tinln' oil, kerosene, und live upon the tup, thereby robbing the corn of Its nourishment and often oil of lemon ure useful for this purpose, one of these materials being mixcausing a heavy loss to tho crop. ed with a chemical fertilizer, such ns Cultural Practices. , bone meal, and upplled by mentis of Btlr the soli thoroughly previous to a planter equipped with u fertilizer planting. The object of this pro- uttnrhment. They should not be directly to the seed, us such cedure Is to disturb the nut colonies and scatter und kill the nphlds so us treatment may Injure It, especially If h of n to enable the plants to mako a sub- tho SrttHut be wet. stantial growth before the unt and luiunj of oil of tansy should bo diluted with two qnults of alcohol und one aphid colonies can become and also to prevent the growth of quart of water, two pints of asafetldk weeds upon which the aphlds live, should bo diluted with one and a half malting It necessary for the ants to gallons of water, and either repellent carrr the surviving aphlds to new thus diluted should bo added to 100 fields. If Infested fields are to be re- pound of Ihiiic meal, this amount beplanted to com, plow them to a depth ing suldclent for an acre. br th United ment of Agricultural s attacks the The corn roots of corn throughout the states rust of the Itocky mountains, especially In those states witiln the main corn belt of the country, but also In th; South Atluntic states. Since It passes almost Its entire life underground. Its presence frequently Is not suspected. It Is a small, stout, Insect and may be dlscnv-eie- d In Infested Ileitis by polling up the unhealthy corn plant aud 'closely examining the roots and 'surrounding soil. This kind of aphis depends entirely upon the services of a small brown ant, sometimes called the cornfield ant. In order to secure Its food and the means of surviving the winter, and the presence of an unusual number of brown ants In comllelds may Indicate nn Infestation of the corn The eggs of the Insect are laid by u wingless female aphis which develops only In the fall of the year. The ants carry the lipids eggs Into their nests, caring for them nil winter long, utul In the spring when the eggs hauh the young aphlds nre carried out and placed In contact with' the tnjits of certain wild plants such us smartweed. If corn Is then planted In such Infested places, the unts tiansfer the nphlds to the rixits of the aaaPaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak eJBESsJss Photo by American lux Cross Miss Stella Fuller. pearancc Is In line with a new policy of the American Ited Cross. This pol-- I Icy Includes such vital questions as the public health nurse, borne hygiene, home rare of the slci nnd cooking. Miss Fuller, who Is a graduate of the Milwaukee Training School, waa nsslgned to foreign service nnd was n member of the American Ited Cross Tuberculosis unit In Italy In both army and civilian service. She comes to her lecture with n wonderful background of experience gained by her work overseas. She brings to her au-- 1 (Hence the lessons she learned In the great base hospltnls In France nnd In the evueuatton stntlons of Chateau-Thierr- y nnd the Argonne. ! i i . I i This farm embraces 119 acres, located on the Lebanon Pike, 3 miles from the beautiful town of Danville, Ky. This farm lies in a perfect square, frontage on two pikes and will appeal to anyone. This farm is especially adapted to tobacco or hemp, or any other crop you care to grow, and grows the very best of quality. The improvements, consists of a good eight room house in fine repair with new concrete porches and walks, lighted with electricity, with handsome fixtures, and has own electric light plant, which goes with the farm; a beautiful yard, shaded with Maple and Sugar Trees; one new modern stock bam with concrete floors. The barn is 42x84, lighted with electricity, and has solid metal road to same. One new 12 acre tobacco barn, with metal road to it. One good tenant house; a new concrete dairy, also lighted; Tool house, smoke house, poultry house, garage, light plant building, coal house and wood shed, all in perfect condition, all having been roofed within the last three years. This farm is well watered with everlasting springs in every field, with one well and one large cistern at kitchen door. This place is the best improved farm, the location ideal, the soil most fertile, and must be seen to be appreciated. I The Real Value of a Chautauqua Ticket Fro lb. If torn. (O.) "ICemember when you spend money for n Chautnuqun ticket you are Investing In something that brings dividends. Kducutlon Is the best purchase that money can buy. Yes, we know what so many say about needing the time for business, and all that. Hut remember that all business und no makes real estate valuable In the graveyards, because people who never relax collapse before their time. The average man spends more for cigars within two weeks than It costs ticket to purchase a Chautauqua which would enable him to see and heur some of the most noted men and women In America, men and women who aro shaping the public opinion of our nation, nnd who nre making history. How much would most of us gladly give If we could hear lleecher or (Sough, or Wendell Phillips or the When you great Father Vnughnnl speud your money for a circus you .pond It for something which gives j on a few thrills, maybe, but that Is alNiut nil. When you spend the little money nsked for u Chautauqua ticket joti liavo something left in your brain and heart that will glow and make of you a nobler and mora enlightened, more vtllctent citizen.'' (The Danville Mr. M. F. Germann, the clover Lebanon road farmer has not only demonstrated beond any question that he is one of the most successful hojr growll ers in the county, but can all In growing the proi'i'Ci thnt it takes to make the hog. If you doubt the truth of thfc statement, go to the Farmers National Hank, of this city, and take a peep at a sample of corn which Mr. Germann has on exhibit there. This corn is said to be so much superior to some other samples of corn that has been on exhibition at that place and they were good samples that the owners have taken them out. ex-ce- What Home Papers Say About. Corn Jl rarm. urown on loveruaie T Messenger) S --SI I (The Danville Advocate.) There is a splendid exhibit, consisting of several enormous ears of corn in the Farmers National Bank, the same having been raised by Mr. F. M. Germann at his farm on the Alum Springs pike. This corn was the Inrgest ever exhibited in Danville, measuring 14 inches in length and 10 in circumference, and entitles Mr. Germann to the title of "Champion Corn Kaiser" for Hoyle county. It is claimed that it tnkes only thirty-seve- n ears of the size shown to make a bushel. 1-2 Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale. Lunsford & Tamme, M. F. Germann PkM Coaly 8702, DuviUf, Ky.) Real Estate Agents, Danville, Ky. "Capt. T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer.