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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 5, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919060501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 5, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 5. 1919. SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 10. FEDERAL TRUCK FRANCHISE GRADED AND HIGH GOEBEL BRICKEY SCHOOL CLOSES. Dragged To His Death Drawn By Judge Forest Bought By Bastin TeleInteresting Program phone Company. By Mule. Stapp. Brings A Fitting As advertised the new Telephone Goebcl llrlckey, IN year old son of The United States Government Finale to one Of Mr. and Mrs. V, F. llrlckey, lost his held a public drawing at Frankfort Franchise wns sold publicly last Satlife In n most tragic manner last Mon- last Monday at which time about ICO urday afternoon in front of the court Its Best Years day afternoon, at his home near nrmy trucks were given to the various houe, the llnstin Telephone ComKuena Vista, when he was thrown counties of the state. Slips of paper pany being the only bidders and the Work. from n mule while returning from his bearing the nnmes of the ditferent purchaser. i THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Makes Extensive provements. Im- Anti-Submarine U. S. NAVY . Flotilla Now On the Mississippi River. The Flotilla, which the Navy Department assembled for a visit to thc Mississippi nnd its tributaries, Is now on the river. It In cludes the U. S. N, Submarine K5, the destroyer Isabel, the Submarine Chasers and the Flying Boats; all of which with n majority of their officers have seen nctlve service In the War Zone. They completely illustrate the types of ships, guns nnd equipment which were used in fighting the "U" boats. The flotilla was sent to the Mississippi to give the people of this section every opportunity of seeing these ships, and of making a close inspection of them. Preceded by several days start by one of the Chasers, the flotilla is pasj-In- g up thc river to St. Louts. This port will be made the northern basj, and on the trip down a visit will be made to all of the principal ports on either side of thc river. In event of several towns being grouped, or accessible to a landing, the flotella will call at the nearest landing. The itinerary is now being completed and every town to be visited will be notified in ample time of the coming of the Navy Fleet. A Scout Chaser will leave St. Louis in advance of the flotilla to call at all towns to complete arrangements. It is also planned to have ships of on the Ohio above Cairo, the Miss-th- e flotilla call at the principal ports isslppl above St. Louis, and the Illinois River. The exact dates and itinerary will be announced, glee club of Blue Jackets and a base- The flotilla carries a Navy band, a A display will be made at ball team. each port of motion pictures of navy life and training. Fiflun CraduaUs RactW Diplomat. The doing exercises of the tan. caster Graded and High School, while not oi extended ns In previous years, the Class Day Exercises nnd"chool play being omitted, eamc to n clou last Monday evening when a largo crowd packed the auditorium, to teethe fifteen graduates receive their diplomas ami to hear one of the best addresses on tho League of Natloi.s r, htard in the city, given by Prof. of the University of Kentucky. The address showed depth of thought and the audience was soon convinced that he was thoroughly equipped with the knowledge of this important event now before the American people, He held his hearers In rapt attention for nearly an hour and was heartily applauded at the conclusion of the masterly On Friday evening the auditorium was filled to overflowing to witness the Hccital of the Piano Department, in charge of Mrs. May Hughes No- land. Too much praise can not be jrirn Mrs. Nolaml for the faithful work she has done during the past ear, to bring her students up to the rtandaril of proficiency, which they no ably showed In every number on We wlh we had the the program. room to tell how well all of her pupils acquitted themselves. The program on Saturday afternoon, by the same department was equally as entertaining, being interspersed with songs by thu pupils of the Primer and 1'irst (Srade, All the churches of the city gave way to attend the Baccalaureate services at the Auditorium last Sunday ctening, which meant another bumper croud, although the heat was intense, the audience gave splendid attention to the delightful music furof the nished by the combinations choirs of the city. The excellent coaching of the singers by Mrs. was largely responsible for the success of this part of the program. P.ev. 11. S. Hudson then delivered the baccalaureate sermon in his own easy and eloquent style, taking as his theme "Straight Thinking" which had been suggested by the text previously reail by Rev. C. D. Strother. We had hoped to give most of this address in full in this issue, but lack of space prevented us at the last moment. It wilt appear in our next days work on the farm of his father. trucks that were to be drawn were No one rnw the accident, but from placed In n hat and representatives the condition of his body when found from the various counties were on It was thought that when thrown his to participate In the drawing. feet became caught In the traces ami Judge Stapp and Itoad His skull was crushed, either from !linnd Dr. J, A. Anion were on hand he was dragged to his Instant death, after Garrard's Interest and the-- kick of the frighten- succeeded In drawing a Federal Truck the fall or by ed animal. of three ton capacity. The tragedy raued great sorrow-iSome of the counties were allowed the community where the young two or more trucks, owing to the man lived and was so well liked anil amount of state aid that had been popular. asked by these counties. The sympathy of the community go Having received more state aid out to the grief stricken family in than Garrard, Uoylc county drew two the sad and horrible death of their trucks. devoted son. Judge Stnpp informs us that the Funeral services were conduced nt truck he drew for Garrard county is the ML Olviet church Tuesday nfter-nooprobably worth $4,000, owing of immediately after which the course to its condition. bojy was laid to rest In the cemetery A dumping body will have to be near the church. purchased and added to the truck which will mean some expense of course, he says, as all trucks nrc not equipped for road work. It was sold for $100, and only one bid was made. The sale was subject to the approval of the City Council and at its regular meeting last Monday night, the sale was unanimously approved by the entire board present, councilman J, B. Conn, being the only absent member. The rate us approved by the council nnd so inserted in the franchise is S1.G5 for resident phones and $2.50 for business or office phones. Now One of the Handsomest Banking Institutions in Central Kentucky. is The Citizens National Bank back in Its old quarters, on the corner of Danville Street and the Public Square, after having had installed handsome new mahogany furniture, mosaic floor, freshly decorated ceiling and walls, rest room for ladies, private consultation room, new- - cashier's office and every facility for elegance and comfort. These Improvements added to a fire and burglar proof vault of the most modern pattern, which was built last year, makes this easily one of the handsomest and most commodious banking buildings In Central Kentucky and in fact compares favorably with thc banks of thc larger cities. We deem it of interest to the public nt this time to give a short history of this solid old institution, which has forged so rapidly to the front in banking circles until it now ranks favorably with thc finnncial institutions of thc country. The Citizens National Bank was organized in 1883 by Garrard county people, who realized the need of another banking institution in Lancaster, and was a success from its foundation. The original capital stock was $135,000, but during the years following its institution a stringency country-brough- t In financial affairs of thc to the realization of the stock holders that this was a too heavy capitalization and thc capital stock was reduced to $50,000, nt which figure it has remained to this day. The original personnel of officers was J. M. Higginbotham, president, Lewis Y, Lcavell, vice president; J. P. Snndifer, cashier and B. F. Hudson, teller. The original directors were Messrs J, M. Higginbotham, I.. Y. Leavell, B. G. Mullins, J. J. Walker, Joseph Simpson, L. F. Hubble, T. M. Arnold, J. M. Logan and J. S. Mr. J, M. Higginbothar.i, Johnson. the initial president of the institution, remained continuously in this office up to the time of his death, which occurred in February 1902. Mr. Lewis Y. Lcavell was elected as Mr. Hlggin-botham- 's successor nnd he in turn filled thc office up to the time of his death. Mr. J. J. Walker was elected as president to succeed Mr. Leavell, serving until 1011 when he was succeeded by Mr. B. F. Hudson who has since served as the chief officer of the bank. Mr. Lewis Y. Leavell served as vice president of the bank until 1002, when he was elected president. Judge Joseph S. Robinson served as vice president for one year preceding his In 1883 Mr.. J. P. Sandifer death. retired as cashier of the institution and was succeeded by Mr. B. F. Hudson, who served continuously in this capacity until his succession to thc presidency in 1011; he was succeeded by Mr. W. F. Champ, who still occupies that position. conMr. W. O. Higney became nected with tho bank In April 1800 ns teller and has been with It continuously since; he is now- - assistant cashier und n most efficient and couiteous officer. Messrs B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker and II. C. Arnold nre the only original stockholders of the Institution POISON Death Ends Life of John Gay After Taking Fatal Drug. VELVET The Friendly Tobacco Home Again. Trustees. Velvet Tobacco, in its jolly red tin, is again n feature of cigar stores, big and little. There is again Velvet in the pipes, and contentment in the hearts of an armyof American pipe smokers. Ami thereby hangs a tale. "Where's Velvet Tobacco gone"? those same folks Inquired, when disappointed in their quest for that friendly tobacco, which had made them and their pipes side luirtncrs for years. Where was Velvet: Ask the Ited Cross man or the "Y" man. Ask the Army Salvation lassie. Ask the doughboy or the Jackie. Ask the hurried ami harassed Quartermaster Corps that were responsible for "more beef, more bullets and more tobacco" for the boys under the tin derbies. Yet, that's why Velvet was not on some of the dealer's shelves. It was on the ships. In the cantonments, in the billets and the trenches. Hut Velvet is now wearing the red chevron of nn honorable discharge. who smoked the The doughboy "tinned Kenluiky sunshine" in France can now enjoy its friendly company on his own front porch. Those of us who willingly gave up luxuries that the boys over there might have them, ran stuff our old pipes once more with Velvet and inur. "smile, smile, smile." the address Monday evening After And good old Velvet Joe! Well, by Prof. Farquhar, the presentation he's back in the columns of this paper of the diplomas to the graduating and glad to see you all again. class was gracefully done by Mr. II. V Ilaitin, on behalf of the Hoard of Hand-Ca- r. John Gay, son of Mr. Sherman Gay, died at his home on the Huckeye road last Monday morning, from the effects of Chloride of Mercury poison which he had tnken with suicidal intent two weeks before. No cause Is attributed why the unfortunate man took the deadly poison, only that during the past two Outing- - months he had been worrying some about his life insurance policy which A jolly crowd of motorist's passed it seemed he was unable to have arthrough Lancustcr last Friday morn- ranged satisfactory. He was married In January to Miss ing on their way to High Bridge for a days outing. There weru about Susie Bolton, who is only fourteen twenty cars In the bunch and all bote years of age. F.verything known to medical large bnnners with the wording "Welch's Department Stores, Bercn, science was done to save the life of the unfortunate young man, but withAn investigation revealed the fact out avail. He had recently returned from serthat the entire force of this mam nirth establishment were being given vice in the army and had an honorable n days outing by the progressive pro- discharge, having made n good soldier in the fight for humanity and to prietors. We were delighted to meet a few have taken his life In this manner, of the gentlemen and was only sorry leaving his young wife seems doubly-sain this instance. they could not make their stay longer. There wns n bevy of beautiful girls Convenin the crowd also, which of course added even more pleasure to the hapBe py day. JOLLY BUNCH WELCH'S Department Stores Give hV Baptist Church. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Morning service 11 o'clock. Subject: "The Angel of God's Face". Miss ElizaB. Y. P. U. 7:15 P. M. beth Estes in charge. Evening service 8 o'clock. Theme: "Jesus Christ, the Same Yesterday and To-da- y and Forever". Every pastor needs the very best of his members during We are expectthe summer months. ing it from you. Be earnest, be prayerful, be present. C. D. Sunday School tion To Held At Buckeye. HELP! HELP! HELP! Mr. Citizen of the City of Lancaster. The Garrard County Union Sunday-Schoo- l Convention will be held at Buckeye, June Tth. Please let there be a representative from every rchool Virginia Bourne, Co. Secty. Strother. Motor The following h the Class Hell: Misses Irene llaseldcn Aldridge, Brriiici- - Moore Champ, Mary Elizabeth Davis, Viola Pearl Dickerson, Katie ilarnes Dickerson, Anna Brit-te- n Moss, Nell Morrr.cn Itlgrby, Minnie Mae IEohinson, Carrie Utile Romans, Willie Christine Sanders, Messrs John Cordon Doty, Hen Hudson Kris-Li- e, William Ilowiiun Grunt, William II. Ulnnnird uml Uibert Hughes The latter was not present to receive hi diploma, he having luiished his work here in January nr. 1 immed- Lock Manuel, the genial foreman on June 25th and holds for five days, of tho section crew of the I. and N is about the proudest man you ever saw, as the company has just presented to him and bis force u Motor Hand Car. He says its the niftiest thing on wheels und climbs a hill like a Packard. Barnett Farm Selling. Squire J, P. Ilourne has just purchased thru the I). A. Thomas licalty iately mtered Trnnsyhunla Univer- Agency, of Jas. I. Hamilton the Harsity and for this reason was unablo nett 105 acre tract, located nbout 'J 2 miles out on the Richmond pike. to he present Monday night. private, however Mr. The closing of the present chol Consideration Hamilton recently purchased this ciir narks the most successful ore in Its history uml thu outlook glows tract at $250 per acre. Location, with prospect of unusual brightness. quality and lay of land considered, The students Individually and col- this is one of the choice tracts of Gnrrnrd county. lectively, speak in highest terms of praise of Profersor Hopkins und of Ms methods of 'earning, vvhiili is a great step forward, having gained tin good will nnd affection of those out whose future lives and destinies he will wield such ii power. Thu faculty is n whole could not be improved en, nor do we think there is a better onu ill tho state. All tile teachers have been called fur another year and unless fate or cupId should interfere, we hope to eo tl.em all buck with us at the opening of school In September. Big Circus Coming. Gentry Brothers Fumous Shows and Wild Animal Circus which will exlpbit in Uincaster on Friday June 13, are presenting a patriotic spectacle n thu opening number of this Nearly jrrnrf nil new performance. 100 of the ponies take part In the picture which represents tho allied nations. At a command from the trainer they march in different directions, each one bedecked with flags of the nation they reprctent und the entire moving punorama of horses forms one of the most stirring events in the program. This spectacle Is the the result of the trainers efforts of the past year and it pronounced the biggest and best animal display ever teen. Many new acts and features have been added to Gentry Brothers Shows this year Including a complete wild animal circus. Dr. Gilbert's New Office Dr. J. S. Gilbert will move this week into his elegant and newly equipped offices over the Citizens National Hank, recently occupied by the local chapter of the Red Cross. Several room have been conveniently arranged for Dr. Gilbert and when completed will be a pleasure to him and a comfort to hi patrons. Won't you henr the cry of innocent childhood and destroy the breeding places of the common bouse fly, the other contagious und infectious of typhoid fever and diseases. Suat the fly and prevent the production of this pest. Make it "Lewisite," Produced by American your business to clean up your premChemist, Now on Exhibition in ises and keep them clean and thereby Washington, Was to Have protecting the health of the assist in Finished Boche. community in which you lie. Also don't forget the mosquito, Washington. tluarded night nnd some of which nrc malaria carriers. day, and far out of reach on a pedesDon't allow water to stand over three tal nt the interior department exposidays In your rain barrels or other tion here, is a tiny vial. It contains He careful of the water receptacles. n specimen of the deadliest poison tin can. They should first be burned known. It Is "lewisite," proi'uct of out to destroy all feeding material n American scientist. It B what for flies and then mashed together so r;ermanJ. ,;. j by ,B,I1B ,1C ar. they will not hold water and make1 , , breeding place for mosquito,. Tcn nIrllau., carrnB "lewisite" If you have u pool or pond on your'ouU ,mxc wiH(l out cvcry vUb(, f uf ife premises, it should be drained. Berlin. A single day's to dram tnen vou should put wouW 9mr out thc four mmion m.rlluw it with ell. nnd not only de- - ,V pf MlmliattIin lsIaml. A sin(.e troy the young mosquito but prevent !,lro, rollrt.d inlo tlt. paIm of tllJ haill, thc propagation of the mosquito. All u ,)cnctrate to ti,c lllooi1, rench mosquitos lire not disease curriers, , Uart ,, M lhc victlm but some of them nre, but nil of them whnt 4va, cominB to fitnnnn. laay lire n nuisance, and every citizen who ,,e in,nKnJil hyAhc fct t!ult whcn loves God and his neighbor ns hlni-lth- c Bnmktla. was 6i(;ncj U was being self, should do all In his power to us- - lminuflu.,urt.( llt ,ho rute Mf ten torn sist in the promotion of the health of Uili Thrcu thoUjm,j tolu wouj the community. t)mV(! u,ln roud. for uu,llc,s on tlu. ,ur '"ccr. American front on March to come uroumi ami ten you mat you of "Lewisite" is another big m-ic- t snouui keep youi premises in a sail the war just leaking out. It was de itary condition, in order that your veloped In the bureau of mines by fumlly bo protected from u disease , Profi w. Lee Lewis, of Northwestern that is thc direct result of unsanitary j itnlveity. Kvnnston, Illinois, who ,'onditions. i tool: a commission ni u captain In the The Health Otriccr will be glad to nrmy. It was manufactured in a receive notice of any unsanitary con- special pl.mt iiar Clevchnd, called ditions maintained by any citizen und the "mouse trap", became every we usk you to assist the Health Hoard vorkmun went in under nn agreement In protecting thc Health of thc pubnot to leave the acre spare until the lic by making these reports. All nar was won. This of course was to complaints should be filed in writing, protect the secret. stating the character of the unsanl Work on the plant was sturted 18 tary condition or tho nuisance inaln-- j jay B(ter the bureau of mines had tulned. John M. Acton, completed experiments. Other pre' Acting Health Officer of Garrard paratlons went forward with like County, Ky. speed, but the armistice prevented the STRAWBERRIES Slr.wb.rri.1 Germans from experiencing n full realization of what they had egun re scarce. Cat yours while they when they turned their primitive gas-c- r last. $5.00 a crate. on Canadians in Flanders early in Walton K. Moss. Phone 3S4-F- . the war. Armistice Spared Foe Deadliest Drug Ever Discovered. "'' """' Messrs W. S. and J. W. Miller and upon its completion was putchaaeJ by the bank, Mr. James I. Hamilton as a day laborer- - assisted in the erection of the bank building, and could at present finance several institutions of equal strength. , Mr. Jasper Cox, who but recently purchased a farm, paying $300, per acre therefor, also earned his dally stipend as a day laborer on the building. That a bit of superstition lurks in the minds of some of this banks officers is evidenced by the fact that a horse shoe presented to the bank in its first days of business still occupies a prominent place on its walls; and It is said that the present vice president is never caught without a rabbit foot in his trousers pocket. Quoting from the official report to the Comptroller of the Currency in Dee. 11)18, the total net profits since 1883 of this institution was $2S2,-020.0total dividends paid for tame time $221,150, and dividends of 12 per cent have been paid since 1917. At the close of the year 1915 the reached an banks surplus having equal footing with its capital stock, it became an "Honor Roll Bank". Stock in this institution is eagerly Mr. C. D. Wulker entered tho bank sought, and very little is to be found Jan. 12, 1892 as individual book- on the market; however, circumstanckeeper and served in this capacity un- es, such as the winding up of nn estil Jan. 12, 1011, when ill health tate, cicaslonally forces some on the forceil him to retire. He was succeed- market, which finds ready takers at ed by his brother, Joe J. Walker Jr, $240 per share. This bank not only cheerfully, but who was made assistant cashier in eagerly did even more than "its bit" 1018. The bank since its organization has during the muny occasions when the hud four presidents, only two of various war loans were being placed whom lire now living; four vice pres- on thc market. Thc entire personnel g of the institution bent their every efidents, only one of whom is now und three cashiers, ull of whom fort giving all asslstanca in their power. The bank purchased for its are living. in To one of tho deceased officers of customers and itself $240,300 Liberty Bonds and Victory Notes; this bank Lancaster owes un Institution to which she can point with $150,000 certificates of Indebtedness great pride, namely our magnificent and more than $25,000 in War Sav-inStamps. Graded School. Mr. Lewis Y. LeavThe present banking force consists ell in his will gave more than $40,000 to this Institution, making possible of B. F. Hudson, president, J. J. the present magnificent building nnd( Walker, vice president, W. F. Champ, commodious grounds which are not) cashier, W. O. Uigney, asst. cashier, only a pride and honor to the com- J. J. Walker, Jr., asst. cashier and munity, but a monument to the mn Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, clerk, and we venture the assertion that a more efcry of this noble man. or accommodating This bank has occupied Its present ficient, capable quarters since its organization; Tna banking force cannot be found in the building was erected in 1882 by state of Kentucky. The Central R8c6rd, Lancaster Ky. Thursday. June 5. 1919. BONNIE CASTLE THE COUNTRY ESTATE OK A. W. CARPENTER AT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18th, 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., (Rain or Shine.) PUBLIC AUCTION 10 ROOM BRICK DWELLING 2 Halls, 2 Porches, Double Cellar, Acetclene Lights, Bath Room, Beautiful lawn, with magnificent shade trees. Will be subdivided and"SOLD" in several Tracts. NOW LISTEN I always sell to suit the prospective purchasers and the subdivision will be so that I can sell it all separately or will "BUNCH" two or more tracts so as to get the number of acres you may want. Look at the land and talk it over with me before the Sale. I can suit the man who wants a small farm or one who wants more acres. LOCATION In the famous, fertile Hanging Fork Valley of Lincoln County. No better land in Kentucky saying a "heap" but the truth. On the McCormack Church pike 6 miles. Stanford, 10 miles Danville, 3 miles Moreland, on the Q and C railroad. 10 acres timothy, NEARLY ALL IN GRASS 60 acres Orchard Grass, 30 acres wheat, 30 acres hemp, 8 acres Alfalfa, balance 454 ACRES IN BLUE GRASS SOD 50 of which is Virgin Soil 400 'Acres not plowed for 20 years. Been Grazed for years by Big Cattle. AN IDEAL HOME An opportunity seldom offered either publicly or privately. The unimproved tracts have good building sites fronting on pike. FOUR STOCK BARNS Crib and Crushing Brick Servants Room. Brick ice and room, Dairy House, 2 stock sheds, Carriage House and Garage. FENCING GOOD lawn and fine garden. 12 Fields WANT OF SPACE forbids further description but we have Booklet containing photographic views and more complete details, send for one. NOW LISTEN! HEAR ME THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE TO THE "HIGHEST WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. Mr. Cr-pentBID-DER- ". er besides lots, WATER Best watered farm in Central Kentucky, 4 large concrete troughs, 2 large ponds fed by Springs. ON RURAL ROUTE Morning papers delivered at 12:30, Telephones, close to schools and churches, splendid neighbors. it FAIR enough and GAME enough to take hi chances on hit land bringing what it it worth. He will make a deed to SOME BODY "WILL THAT SOMEBODY BE YOU". All you have to do is to bid Every BID A BONA FIDE BID. last. AT THE SAME TIME WE WILL SELL FOR MR. CARPENTER THE FOLLOWING PERSONALTY: STOCK: 1 high grade Beef steers, 2 weanling steers; 2 Red Cows, 3 calves; 4 three year old draft geldings; 2 three year old draft fillies; 2 brood mares with mule colts, 4 yearling mules, 2 three year old jennets. ' FARMING IMPLEMENTS Mower, Binder, Bullrake, Cultivator, Wheat Drill. Cutaway Harrows, Smoothing Harrows, Plows, Road Grader, Steel Drag, Lime Spreader, Studebaker Wagon and lots of other farm implements, also a lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture. GET BUSY LOOK AT THE LAND Take a day off and attend this sale. THE BIG SALE of the year. EASY TERMS Possession any time, October 1st to January 1st, or will arrange time to suit purchaser. DINNER SERVED. SWINEBROAD, W. E. Moss, Advertising Manager. We will meet you with auto any time, anywhere by appointment Write or phone us where and when. Dr. B. B. Montgomery was a recent visitor in Louisville. Mrs. Robert Simpson iu very ill ut Mr. James Rucker of Lexington this wrting. visited his mother last week. The little ton of Mr. an.l Mrs. Oilus Mrs. Kate Moberley was the guest Najlor is ill at this time. of Mrs. Ann Moberley Sunday night. Miss Arleigh Matthews of Pleasant Special prices on Mowing machines. Hill is visiting friends at Judson. Conn Brothers. Mr. an.l Mrr. Kuleen Pcrcel are reMiss Elizabeth Beazley of Madison joicing over Ihc arrivnl of a line boy. Mrs. William Black was the guest Institute is at home for the vacation. of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Black last Mrs. Mary Highland visited her week. mother, Mrs. Martha Ely, the past Miss Virginia B. Ray spent the week. week end with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elsie Kritts and little sons, L. Curt Naylor. 0., visited relatives at Round Hill the Mrs. Cronley Hardwick were the past week. guests of her mother, Mrs. John Mrs. Whitcomb was a guest of her Simpson Friday. parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Ellis the Mr. and Mrs. Alex Crefch were the past neck. guests of their Barents, Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. James Conn of LanAustin Black Tuesday. caster were the guests of Mrs. 1. C. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gy were the Rucker, Sunday. gutitd Saturday night 4iid Sunday of Mr. A. B. Wynn took Miss Mary Mr. and Mri. Hu;h Simpson. The friends of Sergt. Henry T. Bain to Harlan last week for an exGrimes are glad to know he has re- tended visit with relatives. turned safely from overseas and has Mr. Conn Asher who has just rereceived an honorable discharge. turned from overseas was the guest of Mrs. A. B. Estridge Friday night. Miss Addie Criscillis of near Lan guest of caster, was the week-enMiss Fannie Oowden. Sir. Amos Parks of W. K. S. ' at Bowling Green, is visiting his parents Jl r. anu .urs. w. t . 1'arks. Give way before the peneMisses Anna Powell and Annie trating effects of Sloan's Belle Ballard of Lancaster, were the week end guests of Mrs. it U. Davis. Liniment JUDSON. were held Monday at ten o'clock at the home of his son, Charley and interment took place in the Richmond The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. I Salmon Swllt Sv'-nrieThe Fly rd the Fles. -almon It I A fly r.nd n For short dltrr.v In a fl'ie were lm " the wlftrt swimmer all tlh. It prlmiicd Salt tin- - Hi !.. t ti. W." n travel at the rate of S." mile a Paid tls nVn: "I.t ti 1i " Si they Dew through n flaw In llio rhie. hour. cemetery. It M?" TABLETS" N? Bank Boosts Farming. A demonstration of the value of lime and phosphate is being made by the Ohio Banking and Trust Company, of Henderson, Ky. This demtract onstration is on a ten-acr- e which lies between two of the most important roads leading out from the city. The tract is divided into four plots. The first plot Is treated with with limestone alone; the second limestone and acid phosphate; the third, with acid phosphate alone; the fourth has no treatment at all. Lime' stone is used nt the rate of 3 tons per acre and acid phosphate, -- 00 pounds to the acre. This splendid work is being done by the bank on cooperation with the Farm Bureau. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky Christian Unity. Ho who takes hold of one nd of the litter on which n hurt brother Is prone must not putie to queilm! the nmie nnI nmllation of the man who tnke hold of the other ind. The ' CIirMInn Herald. Compensation fcr All Evil. No evil Is without ll rnmpeii.ntlnn. money, the le The le trouhle. The less favor, the Iww envy. Kven In tlm.i' rase which put us out nf onr wit. It Is not the Iom Itwlf, but the estimate of the Ions that troubles us. Seneca. In Hard Luck. Johnny (need four) rsme down-- 1 stairs one mornln: nltti n tery hud Running to his cold In the hnd. 'Oh. mother, mother hi esclnlme ' bofo my eye l lea'.' i.r nn' or.c nf my nose Is fromt! tin'" j i ' Seems an Unfair Division. nf lull. dlcnrdI hy women are rtpnrtrd riery Itrnill. where they arc enserly houcht hy the Indian". The feather end mher uriinim nt on the lints ara tiiki n hy the men, and tin- - bore lraw simp, riven to their womenfolk. i:n:llli jrnr t Tlmi.mid When You Decide to Buy IF-URNITRIE Agents Are Scarce. Five more counties in the State of Kentucky have lately appropriated funds for securing county agents; but the Extension Division of the College of Agriculture is unable to find men for there places. Sixty-fiv- e county agents nre already busy on their jobs at the present time. This means that seventy counties, more than one half of the State of Kentuc ky, are striving to make farming a better business for both the big farmer and the little farmer. DON'T PART WITH YOUR MONEY UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN WHAT INDUCEMENTS THIS STORE COMPARE CAREFULLY AND YOU WILL BE INDIFFERKNT TO ECONOMY INDEED, IF WE DO NOT GET YOUR ORDER. OF-FER- DO IT NOW. darting; piercing sciatic pains d Don't wait until next winter and say I wish I had. Start nn egg factory today. IS eggs for 75100 for $4.00 CASH. SINGLE COMB BROW.V LEGHORNS EXCLUSIVELY. Simmons Brass Bed This beautiful Hrass Hod in guaranteed to hold its color just like cut, special price$29.50. Others at all prices from $:!5.00 to $G5. Lot us show them to you. ERLE C. FARRA Box 272. Rev. L. N. Bowling filled his reguSo do those rheumatic twinges and of lumbago, thenerve the Inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligament sprain, the.muscle strain, and the throbbing bruise. The ease of applying, the nuicknesa of relief, the positive results, the clean, liness, and the economy of Sloan't Liniment make it universally preferred. Lancaster, Ky. lar appointment at the Christian Church Sunday morning and was the guest of Mr. and Mr s. J. G. Davis. There will be a musical at the High School building Friday evening beginning at seven o'clock and fol- REPUBLIC TRUCK Rebuilt 1 Ton Excellent Condition Write for Our .List of Used Truck Specials exerlowed by the Commencement cises which will begign at eight. Quite a large crowd attended the Baccalaureate sermon held at Mt. Dr. Telford Tabor, Sunday evening. delivered a very interesting and helpful address to the graduates who are Coleman Arnold, James Mason and David Todd. PAINT LICK Mr. Bud Dunn who lived alone was found dead on his place near here Miss Chattine Kucker was a visitor last Saturday. He had not been seen in Berea Saturday, since Friday so the cause of his death Mr. Jim Dunn visited Mr. Sam it not known but is supposed he was Campbell the pact week. kicked by a horse. Funeral services Harry P. Kelly REPUBLIC MOTORjrCKS The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass uptn lur 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. Elkin, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Hlgginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. Klgsby. D. M. Anderson. It. L. Barker B. L. Kelley. POSTED Dining Table No bettor Value ever existed than this Table, made of solid quartered Oak, 51 inch top. C feet In length. This Is an unusual bargain and must be seen to be appreciated. Worth $05.00, Special Price $42.50. just like cut. L. B. SAPP FURNITURE COMPANY DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE and RUG STORE. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, BEST RESULTS OBTAINED IN TERRACING BY EMPLOYING PLOW AND DRAG Ky. Thursday, June 5 1910. ANOTHER By Another Boyle County VICTORY 8ADIE M. STULL. ' (Prepared Wooden V Drag Uaed for Throwing Up Terrace. Where they He alone the llni of Erad- I d terrnce. It hiiiime mivKiury to III terracing 11 field, tin- - Uimt terprint le a paxiicrwiiy tlimuuli them by race In ml 1 nhviiys l.e ilrii, If a li'ritin of the plow and irriiier. lower terrace I Imlll ftrM iirnl there Whire tcrrnce nre ronllnuiil from l imt time to liullil I In- - iiiht before i .lr helil to iihnlhiT arro ll fence row. ii ruin comes, then the lower will he It I innii'iiry In Imlld that Hirtlm of badly washed nml broken ly the largo the I Trine near Hie fence by hand Volume of wnter drained from nil lln l.ibor uliii the iip.iih' and hbovel. It land above. In, Juilldliig (lie tcrrai I viry linnirtiiiit Hint ijil irtlou of n bock,furrowslrlp ufiout ouTfitm'tR tlie tiirine "nml rlinmTel TieTmllt Ihi' wide U first thrown iii. Tin- - steel ter-rarjtlz, a the ret of the lerraie, nr V drag drawn liy four hores fume hould he Is lln-i- i used tn iiiii f Hip illrt toward nml (otinldernlilii nttentlnn Hcn Inter to mi that the waterway tho (enter of the strip nnd ns high as ' n kept open, no that the free nil Imslhle. Tlio plowing I' Hull contlnnil mill I In' In" I roiilt nre ohtiilncil .io, i.r the water nhall tu no w.iy be tnnleil. h where each round nllli tin' plow l Narnro-tui'nnd bench terrace nre tin' V drug. Tin- - short vlug f tin1 V lime Is riiiTi"tlini' iilne-ti- l built In the Minn- - iimmirr n the broad mi Hint tin' dMnwt- - tin- - illrt Is hae tcrraie, Imt not mi wide. The tinned run tin varied n tin1 lernim bench terrnre I Eradually devi biiiil pinning tho Mill ilnuii the LTitu wider. For tin1 bet results the by nlnii t men l required on tin' hill Willi : recnibli' plow. i'f s The old tun Tim, "What In worth iltiic. They run shift tlielr weight hi ms to rali or lower the rn'l o.' tlu ut nil I worth doing well," I short wing nn desired. Tin' process piiliilly iipllcable to terrnclnc work. of plowing nml dragging Is continued If one ha not time to terrace all of n until the trrrnce U 1.1 to ID fret nliln Held prorly. It I fur better to terIF tin' termri' In not IiIkIi enough nfler race Ihteuppcr part well than to to terrace the whole Held und It has H'llliil. n foiuiil ly testing the lolght In n iiumlier of places with n do n iHMir Job. let el, tto' pinning nut! drugging should Home-made View of mnt c( Agriculture .y tho llnllf.l RUtre Depart- - ln( tii SELECTION OF HENS Use of Plow Alone. Terraces are sometimes built with n FOR WINTER LAYERS plow alone. Several plowings nre re- lulnil to llimw up tho terrace to tin' sleslretl bright. A largo til Inch plow or with nn i' Urn large wing iittnthiil to Fowls Should Be Banded ln tnoldlioard l wry succes.ful- Punched in Web of Foot. rccatcd. W ' .. ul Poultryman It Enabled to Cull Out Older Stock Whenever Desirable, and Keep Pulleta for Further Production of Egga. by lb 1,'nttM Htatra Depart of Arrloultur ) the pullet nre mixed with the older fowl be Hire that the hen nre handed or Hint the well of the foot I punrbeil In dome way an that you ran dlllniriilh between the pullet nnd the hen. In thl way the older stock may be culled out when ever It uppeur delrnble nnd the oune ben kept for further laying. Ilo not keep hen of the heavier hreeil for egg production over two years, hut "nine of the bent hen may be kept r four year for brei-ile- r until thr old. Leghorn run be kept profitably for egg production for three enr. The pullet that mature early In the fall and that molt late n hen are liunlly the bext la)er and should he xaMtl for breeding stork. Cull the chicken which nre brought Into the In I n if houn' carefully, and fatten mid market nil chicken which are small, HHirty developed, or in ioor condition. These pin it II, poorly developed chicken lire npt to rntch cold If put in with the other oultry nnd develop which quickly spread thruugh the (lock. In order to get the greatest egg production in Hie early fall nnd winter. It I 'entlal to have pullet which were hatched in March or April, or even earlier In the Southern stnte. Ily early hatching anil by supplying good condition fur egg production more egg will bo produced In n the fall nnd winter, while n larger of hen will go broody early In the spring, llni completing the necessary circle for early egg production. (Trer-ar- mnt Ttofnre The Flrtt Step in Building a Terrace la ts Back Furrow a Strip About Four Furrowa Wide. ly for throwing up high termri' buukim-nts- . The itl-- k plow nml tho ordinary mud tinnier uro cry effeitUe InipleiiieiitH for ii i' In building terraces, (iruileil terraces on steep slopes lire often built with it plow mid klip mtu per. A strip Ik hot klurmwiil with tin plow nnd the loose eurlti on the upper half of the ktrlp l M'riipiil up mid iliiinpiil on the lower half. Ily thin method the terrace It Imllt up mostly from soil moved down from the upIH-- r side. In order to finish up tt'rriiccrprop-illy- , some work with the klip scraper In generally required. The top of the ternieo should he tested with the level mid rod to nee Hint it conform to the proper Krnde. Any low place detected should In tilled with n shucl or erroper. All largo emhaiikiiietita ncrn ilruWH und culllen hliuuld he Imllt with the slip semper, nml It I niTommry to tuilld such cmliaukinentH eonslili'mbly hither than the rent of tho terrace to nllow for Kfttllng of the Iikiv earth. Most lireakH In terrace Hjnteiii'i occur nt crosJliiKi of kuIIIi's or dniwu. nnd It U therefore very Imporlnnt that n IiIkIi, liroud, Kuhitaiitliil t'liiliankmeiit l Imllt nrrosx thee place. In order to remove liny witter that collect nhove tin' terrnco emhankment ncro draw or Kiillle, n oli drain ran tie laid under the termce down tho middle of the cully. Kuril a drain la made ly simply Inylue three poles together In tlie khilpo of ii trhuiKle. It wilt nerve the ptirK" until the uliove the terrace U filled with .lit and a drain I no lonicer required. Till drain I particularly adapted for ue with nytem of waded terraces. Remove All Obetructlona. rock, Any olmtructlon. nuch n atone nnd atuinp. (bat He along the line of the terrace tulil be removed, alnce their presence inlntit penult and renult In the failure of the terrace. In ome pnrta of Texaa thtj flilda contain numerou larte earth a Renerully knowu mound conalil-trablironnds. Tlieao mound cau Avid. UllUculty tu tcxruclu All nature proclaimed It a perfect autumn day, hut to Jack Kendrlck It simply marked the close of an unsuccessful hunting trip." "I any, old scout, he admonished his dog. n handsome, alert setter; "looks as though your master would eat the loier's sauce at n ripping expensive dinner to say nothing of the boys' Infernal Joshing. Ah, started something nt Inst, eh J" Jack waited with poised rifle, hut to his disgust only a familiar tan body crossed his line of vision. Hounding back to his master the dog dropped a fuwy object at the letter's feet. The act was accompanied by a triumphant hark nnd much wagging of tall. Interpreted by Jack to mean: "I've done my best." Stooping eagerly to examine the "prey" Jack emitted a low whistle. Instead of the nntlclpnted rabbit or squirrel, his astonished gaze rested on a woolen cap, rose In color and most decidedly feminine. For an Instant Jack remained dumb. Then turning to the eagerly waiting dog he commanded sternly: "Show me where you got this, Duke mind nowl" Duke nettled no second bidding. I I.Ike n rocket he shot across the path and dlsnpiieared behind a clump of flaming sumach. Carefully brushing particles of earth from the cap Jack started to follow. He had taken but on 6 a few steps when he confronted n one-hal- f L, an,d N. radiant being before whom the fairon est of ancient mythology fine neighboi-s- . , paled Into Inslgnflcnnce. A modern maid, In the most modern of sports costume; the glow of perfect health In her rounded cheeks enhanced by GOOD the ro.o hue of her sweater. For the tlrst time In his pampered young life Jack Kendrlck felt embar rnsved. The season's most famous dtbutante had not made Ids heart fcklp heats ns It did now In the pres ence of this mere slip of a country girl. Inwardly the latter characterized Jnck ns Adonis In russet cordu3 Room roy. Outwurdly her glance was serenely Impersonal, albeit twin mischief danced In her brown eyes at I in 2 63 on sight of the empty game bag. Jnck rccoered his wits In time to 13 on forestall the merry taunt trembling 1920, on her lips, TERMS:-Lo- ok "ills canine grace allowed his sympathy for my poor luck to run away, on. Don only hope you .. with titq mapjiers ftlil consldcrthe circumstances "SxttrF uatlng." So saying, he grasped Duke'a collar and led hlra up to the smiling girl at the same time extending the ..--' cap. "He gave roe quite a scare," she admitted, patting Duke's tawny head. "I Imagined myself the only Intruder " In the woods this morning "Aha I" exclaimed Jack. "It was you then who warned the feathered tribe of ray coming!" W. E. She laid a restraining hand on his rifle. Then pursing her red Hps she gave peculiar call sweet and tremuPressure of Water. L'n-!The lous then clear and vibrant. Milton'a Diction. to Be Remembered. Tlie pressure of water per square The ight of u battlefield after the answer came with startling swiftness Hon grandly Milton rolls and wind Inch Is AX pounds per foot of head. fight is enough to Inspire princes with accompanied by a whirr of wings. "I through the arches nnd labyrinths of A fathom being six feet the pressure a hue of peace and a horror of war. will not call Ilrer Ilabblt or any lil uiagnlllcent and tmohcil illctloiT, Squirrel," she laughed, "lest his grace waking niuilcal eclmei ut every turn per si tin re Inch nt five fathoms would ?npnlcon I. pounds, at ten fathoms again forget his manners." Her merry nml variation of its progress I K. I. be 1200 pounds, at fifteen fathoms 3S.D7 eyes wavered before Jack's admiring Whipple. "Locket" Eyeglasses. pounds, and at twenty fathoms M.0d gaie. "I must hurry home, she said r rinds. Eyeglasses for width u Ilrltlsh pat with sudden shyness. "I have already Novel Alarm for Mines. ent has been granted can be folded overstayed my promised hour." The fulled Slules hureau of mines whcu Idle to rofinMo a locket and has derlopril a noel ine:in of givJack anise to the occasion wltb Eagle la Threatened. u un ornament. ing alarm of danger In nil mines alacrity. "Since Duke and I were The existence of the bird which Is worn on chain us Is rnail, i!o of the emblem of America Is threatened. where eoniire'.iHl air responsible for the delay, may we not throughout the workings. An tender our apologies to er your An Alaskan law places a bounty of .V) Each Works to Same End. d aulntanoe la Injit'tctl lulu the rents on etery buhl eagle killed. The The ease, the luxury, nnd the nhunie mother?" air line, and In n few minutes result Is that In in months oer o.iss) ance of the highest state of clvlllin Something he glimpsed In the fair, the odor has heeti spread through all rigles have been killed. The bald tl n. nre as productive of selfishness averted face filled Jack with secret ela parts of the mine, nnd will tie Instantly nisle Is charged with destrojlng sal- as the difficulties, the privations, and tion. "Silence gives consent, dear litreoogiil?ed by the workmen. mon, young deer nnd game birds. the sterilities of the lowest. Colton. tle maid of the woods," he said softly. e e FARM at At 2 o'clock p. m. AUCTION Thursday, June 1 9th will sell to the "High Dollar" that "Dandy" little farm of E. C. Eubanks. Located the Danville and Lebanon pike, miles from Danville. mile East of Parksville, the Railroad. Close to good schools and churches and ACRES OF LAND; 76 23 ACRES 3 OF WHEAT, SOWN TO CLOVER: .4 ACRES TOBACCO; ACRES CORN, BALANCE IN BLUE GRASS AND CLOVER Dwelling, stock barns, all necessary outbuildings. New Five Listern and well at House, everlasting stock water. Land lies well, gently rolling. Will sell tracts, acres one acres the other. Will be sold for immediate Possession, side ol pike, or Possession January 1st, at option of purchaser. EASY at this farm and BID LAST. Small Farms are hard to get a price t miss this one. For Further Particulars see: SWINEBROAD The Estate Real J Man or MOSS, Adv. Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. A Eare Bird THE 1919 BUICK SIX Is extraordinary and excellam quality Easy riding and made of that TRY Qood SOME FLAX THIS YEAR Guaranty Agalnat Crap Lea In Sectlsna Whtra Spring Whtat la Principal Crop. (I'repaitJ Ita production need not be confined tu newly hroken land or land Unit U too wet for wheat. In purchasing tlnxkceU farmers should nut pay pxorhltunt price for highly advertised varieties. The wed offered for aal by most need dealers Is merely need Kiuwii by fanners that has been purchased and cleaned. There are two advantages, however. In purchasing seed from reliable aeed bounes namely, such Crtus ran arrange to get their seed from districts where especially good seed was grown the year before und they nre also able to clean It bet ter than the Individual firmer or seed dealer. by Hie United BUtea Department of Agriculture.) Flax la u good guaranty agalnat crop Ioks In the ectlon where spring whent I grown. It I not attacked hy and can he nwn utter It Is too late tu how uhnit with anfety; durable material forwhich the Buick is famous. We can deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleased to demonstrate. rut Price $1495.00 F. O. B. Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. "What's the answer. Jack? After the way you stood up under tho boys' Joshing last night, I know some galu offset your hunting fiasco." Jack leaned across the table, "llow great a gain I dare not estimate yet. but I'm out to test my dear old Dad's pet theory. . . . 'Search the wide world" If need be,' was his advice, 'till you find a Inss with the fue "home Instinct, If she takes kindly to outdoor life, loves flowers and the wee folks of Held and for est, tier own brood will never "be neglected.'" For nn instant Jack's handsome bead was bowed In silent tribute to his revered parent. When he again looked up his animated glance swept the strikingly appointed room. "Are you still game. Dave intent the offer you made last spring?" decorator Interior The famous smiled through tho smoke of his Jim my pipe. "Sure tiling. Jackie. The day your engagement Is announced I'll start work on my wedding 'con-trlnamely, a reproduction of this coveted 'den' In your new home." Four months to the day the deco rator received a call on the "long distance," Perfect your plans, old top." . . . any pet, With pleasure suggestions you wish carried out?" Only one," came back from Jack. "stake the color scheme russet and role." j (Copyright, Faint Lick Garage Company PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. 11J. by the McClure News paper synaicaie.) ' The Charging Elephant An elephant rushing upon an assail ant trumpets shrilly with fury, Pear expressed In a shrill Is similarly brassy sound or by a roar from the lungs; pleasure by continued low squeaking through the trunk or an almost Inaudible purring sound from toe throat. The Central Record, Lancaster , Ky.. Thursday June 5 B TWO CAD LOADS .... OF BUGGIES The best that money can buy. It will pay you to come and look them over. We can save you money. rejoice that young America is PROGRAM FOR receiving n high standard of If, CENTRE COLLEGE educational opportunity. however, the education receiv CENTENNIAL ed is worthless, why not offer n price that will buy an educaOne Hundredth Comtion worth having? present moment, the mencement AnniverAt the development of the rising gen- sary To Be Celebraeration marks America's greatimUnrestricted est crisis. ted with Many Enjoymigration has made this country nn ethnological freak show. able Events June 7th By offering salaries which will to 11th. attract teachers whose personThe program for Centre College ality anil attainments will be n really uplifting force we may Centennial commencement cxeliiscs 11 promises to be June 7 lurk guarantee to the America of one ofofthe most to e enjoyable and the immediate future the per in the history of the college. petuation of the ideals and Some of the most prominent men In standards which are at present the country linve accepted invitations during the week and hundin danger of passing to the dis to cnk reds of Centre's alumni will be there card. as guests. Great preparations arc beflab-orat- A LOVE PROBLEM Or MONA DORR. ? M Classified Column RATESi f Vr Conn The Central Record U-5- Brothers. 1LJLJ tlG "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." ' for preventing cruelty to dumb animals? The R. S. P. C. A. a Yaar. Issued Weekly. was founded in London, where Payable in Adyanca. it is still established, and our S. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. P. C. A. is its very robust eldest K. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. child. The principle of representaEntered at the Post Office in tive government was brought Mail Ky., as Second-Clas- s here from England shortly beMatter. fore it became a reality there It suffered Kentucky Press Association under Cromwell. Member temporary setbacks in Engand land under the Stewarts, and Eighth District Publishers League. here under the German king Rate. For Political Announcements. George III. But the principle For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 was vital, and could not die. 10.00 For County Offices It lives today in equal vigor on For State and District Offices. .15.00 both hemispheres. .10 For Calls, per line mon THE PRIVILEGED And no .10 For Cards, per line archist or bolshevist can drive For all publications in the interOBJECTOR. est of individuals or expresa wedge between two nations Returning Amcricar soldiers sion of individual views, per growth to which trace their 10 arc inclined to be cri: til about line origin. .05 such an Obituaries, per line the politeness with which conscientious objectors TEACHERS $16, being treated. And their BARBERS $30. are Lucvter, Ky., June 5, 1919 attitude seems to be, in i. measTwo advertisements appear ure, justified. ed lately in a New York news They have heard and read For Congressman. paper one of them calling for abundantly about the appreWe are authorized to announce tory and physhology, at n sal ciation with which America has CHAS. A. HARDIN, of Mercer counary of SG5 a month. The other viewed their heroism in the ty, a candidate for Representative in e Congress in this, the Eighth Congres- a teacher of mathematics, face of hardships too heavy for called for a colored barber blasphemy and dangers too apsional District, subject to the action of the Dcnocratic party. at $30 a week. And palling for description. There is no particular reason now they are beginning to look why the barber should not get for the proofs of it. THE WISH THAT $30 a week. Milk wagon And when they learn that FATHERED A THOUGHT. drivers are getting $35, and 135 objectors have been releasexpress they don't need to know more ed from Camp Funston with an There are those who h fear that the trend of inter- about driving than any farm honorable discharge, they benational events is leading to boy knows. A quick, gin to suspect that some one barber needs as much has been kidding them. friction between America and dexterity as a milk wagon drivEritish Empire. Those who express this fear er, and deserves as good a salHurt. do not really feel it. They are ary. On Thursday, May 29th, the spirit will But we are sorry for the of Mrs. Vina Hurt passed from this really afraid that there and life into a greater life beyond. Sho not be friction. When they teacher of mathematics mention it in tones of assu ie.' history. $G5 each calender had been in poor health only a short apprehension, they are really month means $15 n week. The time, and her death was a shock to her suggesting it, trying to foment barber who gets $30 for prun- many friends and relatives. She leaves to mourn her loss, her it. It is simply the latest form ing whiskers may be jjlad he husband, mother, three brothers, six knows nothing about rwithe-matic- s sisters and a host of friends, who exof or history. In Washing- tend to them their deepest sympathy It is not fear. It is a dying hope. There is too much that ton a teacher has to work 25 in their sad hour of bereavement and among the fun- years before qualifying tor a lo;s. is Anglo-Saxo- n She was married only four years damentals in this country for wage of $J;iJL' a year. In Chi- ago to Mr. Sam Hurt, and before her 0 inspiration to material- cago a teacher cannot get such an marriage she was Miss Vina Ross, a a year before puttinj; in II daughter of Mrs. Amelia Itoss of ize. The very khaki that our sol- years in the profession. In 2" Union. At the time of her death she was diers wear follows the color states the teachers averaj.'j ICS'S 23 years of age, and her life has been adopted for the uniform of the than $400 a year. a beautiful Christian character, the And in Illinois a high svliool was a member of the Baptist church, British army. The whole system of jurisprudence that guid- teacher who tried to pentode believing and trusting God all her es our legal institutions is ne of his pup.'.'s to stay and life. Just before the end came she finish his education was met told her mother in beautiful words founded on Blackstone. movements that consti- with an irrefutable argument. the was willing to answer the sumThe mons. tute the strongest reforming in- "I have a job in a mine," said Strange to say, we cun't understand the boy. "I am making more the providence of God, but He is too fluences in our social life what are they? The S. P. C. money without an education wise to make a mistake, but it seems The Salvation Army, The han you are making with one". He chooses the fairest ones for His A. knows all things We are told sometimes that own, but He alone Y. M. C. A., and many others. best. teachers deserve no more than Where do they come from? We will miss her In many ways, The Salvation Army was they get. If this is true, it does but we can live the kind of life to founded in London, and has its not improve the situation; it meet her in the Great Beyond. laid headquarters there. The Y. M. only makes it worse. If the She was Lick peacefully to rest in cemetery beneath a the Paint C. A. came to birth in the same type of education that young beautiful mound of flowers to await city, and is directed therefrom America is getting is worth the coming of that happy day, when throughout the world. And more than is paid for it, so there shall be no more parting. as for the S. P. C. A. what much the better for young WANTEDi On. byndrtd Good other civilization ever rose to America. We may sympathize faw and posts. Call Postsi also If, the height of forming a society with the teachers, but we may this oBice. r, lf For-theihis-onlight-finger!?!,-00it A FEAST OR A FAST? Loo king back on the way in which Memorial Day was spent throughout the country, we feel that its significance and purpose are being forgotten. We have made it a day for junketing a Fourth of July epidemic in milder form. Gloomy solemnities have little value. Crepe hanging is a function in which no one wnnts to specialize. But the day has now acquired a new meaning particularly to gold star mothers. It originated in the self dedication of between two and three million men, of whom paid the sunearly one-hapreme price, that certain ideals r sake, and might live. for the sake of those youngsters whose graves are less than a year old, we should insure the permanence of all that is implied in the observance of this anniversary. ing made to entertain the many visitors ami many of the citizens of the town have beautified their premises by cleaning up and painting up for thi' ocrnsion. Saturday, June 7lh. Next Saturday, June 7th. is ho-.i- ccoming day and committees have been irpointed to take care of the visitors as they ariic Sunday, June 8lh. Sunday, June 8th, is Baccalaureate day. liTo baccalaureate sermon will be preached in the Kirst Presbyterian church at tin. m by I'cv. Hurry Clayton Rogers, I). I)., of Kansas City. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock the annual sermon will be preached in the Second Presbyterian church by l!ev. I). Clay Lilly, I). I)., of Winston Sal-eN. C. This will be a union service of local churches. Monday, June 9th. Monday June !)th, will be class day, and the class day program will at 10 a. m. At 12 o'clock the visiting alumni will be given a lunch by the Danville Chamber of Commerce. At I p. ni. an automobile trip for the visitors will take place. At 2:30 p. m. Tennis Tournament. At S p. m. Carnival Play. Tuesday, June 10th. . Alumni Day. At H:30 a. m, the Alumni business meeting will be held in the Library At 10 a. m., the Alumni Kounion will take place and addresses will be delivered by Hon. J. C. W. Beckham, I). C, U. S. Senator, Washington, Hon. V. M. J. Cochran, Federal Judge of Kastcrn District of Kentucky, Mnyjville, Ky., and Hon. James D. Black, Governor, of Kentucky. At 1 :30 p. m. the Carvival Parade will take place At 3 p. m. a baseball game between the University of Kentucky ami Cen trc College will be played. At 5 p. m. will be the President's Reception. At 8 p. m. the Alumni Banquet. Hen. John W. Yerkes, LL. D.,Vf Dan ville, will be toni'.master. I'romincn: men among the Alumni of Centre will deliver toasts. At 8 p. ni. a reception for the vis. iting ladies will be given. Wednesday. June llth. Wednesday, June llth, is Com- At ,9:30 a. m., the Academic pro mencemcnt day. cession will take place, followed by the Commencement program at 10 a, Address, m., in the College Chapel. cs will be delivered by President Wil liam O. Thompson, LL. I)., Ohio State University, Columbus, 0 and Hon. liobcrt I Kelly, Executive Secretary of the American College Association, New York City. At 8 p. m. the Athletic Carnival will take place on the College Campus. Don't Miss The Circus. Annette Delano and her troupe of young lady riders, her remarkable carrier pigeons and the scores of re nowned Gentry animal actors, human circus stars and unusual novelty features will be seen when Gentry Bros. Shows and Wild Animal Circus come to Lancaster on Friday June 13th lo exhibit afternoon and night and to parade the principle streets that morning with a mile of pageantry an open air review of great beauty nnd including colorful attractiveness, open and closed cages, camel tandem teams, mounted bands, 200 ponies, beautiful horses, elephants, drome. darles, clowns, tableau wagons and Mother Goose floats filled with the most beautiful and most intelligent performing dogs in the world. Notice To Public. I have bought the practice and good-wiof Dr. T. J, Hood, as he Is I will appreciate the leaving town. patronage of his clientele and will endeavor, as near as is possible, to give them the same good services which hi pave them. I am located My otfice over Stcunes' Drug Store. phone is 229, W. A. WHEELER, Dentist. Single Insertions lc n word A the trnln drew Into Medtleld, Lil- n V. n.l InL.n tiT t.S thnn "ftf w lian Thornton glnncul n S in this column. So ads In this J nmiitid the "."let little nation. column charged. 5 cleanliness had Impressed her whin $ ; Seen Insertions for the enteritis the town. Hating coiiie all tin- - way from the 5 price of live. . $ city of Jamestown to leach at the dis- 5 Phone orders must be paid S; - rural scemry gate her trict scIuhL tinJ promrtly. a feeling of contentment. Glancing nut throtich the window In JtHKXitXXX'aX VKM X (OfM JlJt JtXK'lOC the tiny waiting nsuti -- he 'aw a small runabout slop nml n tall man spring Sweet 1'otnto plants for sale. Call out. John Williams. lie came Into the station, and slipping up t" her. hat III hand, asked: 11. S. King of llrynntsvillc has u "Is this Ml Thornton?" nice tobacco bed for sale. As the girl nodded, lie continued: Honshu Itnuise), superintend'I'm Judy's I'ride tobacco KOK SALK: ent of sehisils. .Mrs. tiray asked me t" bed, ixl40 feet. meet jou. You know the roads nn- so Walton h. Mosss. muddy." Ho threw her a reassuring smile ns lie picked up lier bags and led FOU SALK: Two splendid milk the way to the car. cows. Iloth fresh with calves by side. ! On the ride to Mr. ini)'s J- - W. Klmure. learned Unit her companion wns Mrs. Uray's near neighbor, Ihlng with his SALK: Some choice Sweet FOU parent. George Smith, Sr. potato plants. The beautiful seenery and Imelj bom Molds Impressed Lillian, who bad 1 tn city life, and the ride had not for of liaUanued liooting just re run when the nir ceived a two-milseeim-lluck llottom prices to move , drew nn before n low-A. II. Hastln and Co. luickly. citlnge. Tl sh tt was tbe month of September, tl.e grass was still n loiely FOU SALK A Il!5x0 foot tobac gryili, nnd lilt dahlias, gladioli nml co bed of Standing Hurley, and nice otber late foliage. In thflr mingled plants, Phone 151. (i. II. Hoblnson. glory of jillow, pink and red, seemed In ri.nl ii bright welcome to tin' Kin As tli.-- started up the gruieltsl palli Cnttle for grazing. WANTKD: the front door was oned and a plenty of grass and water. Phone snilhd woman plump, pleasant-faro- ! Mrs. Kmma Daniels, Ijincaiter, a w Iconic to Lillian. ."i.'Jt. or Frank Phillips, Stanford. "We'll not risiulre mi Intrtntiirthu said Mrs. lira) lis she priwd the Strayed from my place In Lancasgirl's baud. ter, May 23rd, a red Duroc Hoar After a few words, Superintendent weighing about 123 pounds. Liberal llninsey il.pnrt.il with tlie promise to II. F. Itobinson. reward. i.ill for Ulllnn the next day to Intro-due- e her to the new- duties nt Kelsey Colored chauffeur WANTED: schisd. Packard car in Lexington. of her Mrs. Gray's family Address Henry Simpson, fannhusband, n giidal, 29-3- t. 270 Clay Ave, Lexington, Ky. son Klchnrd, er, mid hr who would start Into school with the J. M. Metralf, Surveyer, 25 years-hew telllher. lllue prints furnished. experience, l.llllun retired happy that tilcht with All calls nnswered promptly. Phone the assurance of a pleasant home, one 1S5, Stanford, Ky. good scholar und the anticipation or seeral others. JIST P.ECKIVKD: Car 2? gagJe Tuesday morning found Ulllnn and .." pounds I 14 in corrugated small Milliard starting out for the Hoofing. Bargain pneo t sehiNil, which stol down the rood a A, il. iiastin and Co. quickly. short distance. On the way Douglas move Joined thrin, iiml ns they reached the Kichmand LOST: Overcoat on schiHilhoue they snw n croup of eager road between Hiattsville and Hack little ligures patiently waiting. Finder kindly return to this Creek. "Hello, Johnny! Well, how goe It, Ted J" and m on ns the man greeted office or John Williams, Lancaster. 29-2- t. eaih smiling face. When they had all nssemhltsl In the WANTED Carpenters, Joiners. sehiKilriHin the superintendent arose Builders, Cabinet Makers, Milland said: "Ilojs and glrlsthls la our Boat How wrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Pipenew teacher, JIIsb Thornton. fitters and Painters for work on high iniiiiy are going to do their sery he-- t to make this a model mIwoI this year. class yachts and phonograph cabinets. Twenty-thready hands shot Into Steady work. Our shops are sanitary, the air In iieipilieince. ami Ullian light and steam-heateThornton knew- - her flrt battle was The Matthews Company, won. Tort Clinton, Ohio. Pays flew by Into weeks and. with the teacher's city training, the little school was fast becoming a model classroom. We have bought new grain bngn In the meantime the superintendent to help handle your wheat this seafrequent caller at the had become a son, ami ns soon as the market opens Cray homestead, und Lillian looked forward with pleasure tn his evening come in and get sacks and sell us your wheat, guaranteeing you the highest calls. Yours truly, One afternoon In midwinter a knock market price. Lancntter Flour Mills, was heard, and one of the scholars Need Superintendent llam-e- y. S. G. Vaughan, Prop. les to say, book were laid aside nml attention was claimed. "Now," said the teacher smilingly. "we will hate recitation." And there followed qtilik sum In arithmetic We wish to say we have provided which were readily answered by the sacks to take care of the wheat crop older pupils. Finally the work was switched to this season. We do not yet know the younger children. how it will bo handled, but we do hard" thl to the little (iniy know-- wo can deal ns liberal with you "lib youngster "tell us the answer to one ns business methods will permit nnd pin one." you may depend on us for our part in The Isiy thought for a moment, then taking rare of the crop. replied: "One!" The farmers success is our success, Hie teacher looked nsknnce. "Why, his interests our interests. We will lllchunl, one plu one?" "One," he returned ngaln. Then with appreciate your calling on us in due Very truly, quivering lip and tiarful eyes, "I time. know, teacher, you said 'twas two; but 22-Garrard Milling Compa w. my mother said If If 'Smiley' I menu Mr. Itamsey, kept comln' to see you, you twn'd be one, so I thought that was an example. You alwuys say ti glto an example." There wit u strained silence for I have for tale within the next one minute, when n titter, then a thirty days, four good farms that can laughter wos heard from a be bought burst of worth the money. roomful of lusty joung throats; nml, One farm contains 105 ucres with worst of all, came the low chuiklo of good Improvement! tight on the pike. a man. Lillian's) head cume up from the Price $125.00 nn acre. One farm of fifty acres with a nice time, und her desk In double-quic- k flushed face and angry eye met the four room house and good tobacco laughing gaze of 'Smiley' Itamsey, as barn, well located, for $100. an acre. be wns lutlngly mimed by Ills many One fnrm of eighty-thre- e acres, little friend. for $70.00 an acre, with new house "My dear little girl," he laughingly nnd new tobacco barn. This It sandwhispered, "why should you bo so stone land. angry" One farm containing forty-tw- o Thu schisil wus adjourned one hour tieforo closing time und then many nt acres, creek bottom land, one half the older girls cume up to comfort mile from pike, price $ 1,200, One extra good store room nnd ioor teacher. The following autumn there wns a stock of goods, now doing a business pretty wedding In which 25 little chil- of $25,000 n year. Located right on dren gave their small blessings to the pike, near Graded School and one Mr. and Mm. Pouglaa Ilainsey; and a lovely new house wus irectnl near of the best business points In the the littles schoolhnuse; but the pupils, county. For further Information or descriptoo would hutu none and the pun-nts- , of It until Its mistress hud coDsented tion see, to teach another Jiar. W. T. KING, (Copyright, 11. by the UrClure Nevrs-p- ir Lancaster, Ky. J miiltl f To The Farmers. To Our Friends and Patrons. Four Good Farms To Sell. Syndicate 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 5. 1919. ' I ! SECTION 2 10. THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER PROFESSOR WRITES AGAIN LLOYD hahly did some damage circle. .Mr. Walker believes outside this Old Law and Th. New. Under the old law nn owner paid tax only on the dogs he had that were four month old, or over, when his property was listed for taxntion and the tnx was only one dollar ($1) per dog. He might buy, be given, or raise nny number of dogs without paying n cent tax, provided lie disposed of nil of them that would reach the taxable ugc by the time the Assessor came around ngaln. It is obvious, therefore, that It would have been possible, under the old law, to keep n dog 15 month nnd n fraction without having to list him CONCERNING NEW DOG LAW WHICH HE So do 1. Hut he would not, nm jure, consciously appeal to the sel fishness and prejudice of cither chus HEARTILY ESPOUSES. rather than to their reason and patriotism in n matter that involves the good of nil the people. 1 Patriotism Vs. Prejudice. that there nre more dog owners than sheep owners. I HEADQUARTERS FOR Controversy Closes. Editor of TIic Central Record, Kentucky. , Dcnr Sir: Un nccourit of the importance of the community lit large of the production of sheep, niul on account of tl.c consequent Importance Hint vol-r- r generally should consider well the provision of the law for the enf sheep growing, couragement known ni the new dog Ihw, I respectfully request spnee in your vulunblc columns for comment on the article by Mr. Wood Wulker which nppeiireil in your issue of May hth. The order of my comments will follow- - in the order of the points raised l.y Mr. Walker. Mr. Walker now "heartily agree" that the dog owners should pay the damage in full. Mis first position Rr.ulls Arain Stated. was tint the state should make up the Ima statement is contrary to fact. His change deficit in the sheep fund. A complete accounting of all money of mind is, I think, for the hitter. I received, and spent under the opera"Hut", sny he, "we do not agree tion of the new law show,! that on that they should also pay half the sal- .Mutch .11, 19 IP, the amount of money ary of su many officials". After al- 'ncrruing to the sheep fund of flnrrurd lowing for the exaggeration impliid County was greater by $222.P3 than in this statement, it may he possible the entire sheep fund for 1P1H an the law in question would he nt ' that increase of over 23 per cent. well enforceil If the fees to officials (iurrard County bus shown the lets. were least increase of nil the counties I tltit EnforcrJ Dog Law, Money going to I haw investigated. Hut let us not lose sight of the fact the sheep fund of layette County that something is causing this law to this year, over nnd above nil exenscs, he more generally enforced than nny wns by March Hist, considerably more other doc law ever was in Kentucky. than double that which went to the In Madison County Would it not, therefore, he wise to fund in l'.UK. it wns nearly double. udopt n conservative, Mr Wnlker seems to object to the "watchful waiting" attitude until experience hits clearly demonstrated the provision of the law that forbids a faults and virtues of this law, rather dog, though licensed, to run nt large than rashly and impatiently to insist unaccompanied by his master or keep- on a change lief ore we know, certain-- ' er. In this connection it Is to be re-- I menibered that li sheep kilter is us ly, what chunges ought to he made? Mr. Walker next makes the point I much n sheep killer after Ids tnx has that in respect to prumpUiess of pay neen pain as neiore, nnn is, inereiore, ment of sheep claims the new law and as much n menace, nnd since sheep the old law are about alike, Let this are necessary, while dogs are not, it is reasonable that dogs should be subpoint he admitted. Mr. Walker observes that it is all ject to" whatever restraint experience right for the sheep growers to pay may show to be necessary for the of sheep. well the county olTicials for the enforcement of the law, prodded they That "Bif Gun". pay with "their own money." Mr. Walker compares the new taw-tWhose Money? the "llig Cun with which the Gerl'aris", but which, I contend thut the money paid in mans bombarded us taxes under this law is the the he allege, "on account of being too sheep growers' own money, in the expensive and accomplishing so little, sense that it is primarily for their wns discarded after firing some half is, benefit, nnd that If they think they dozen shots." His comparison will derive more benefit by using part in more than one sense, decidedly farI'or the new law has cerof the tax money for the payment of fetched. olTicials on whom this law imposes tainty commanded the obedience of extra duties, it is not Improper that more dog owners nnd mure olTicials than nny other dog law that was ever the law should so provide. Mr. Walker Is not convinced thut on the statute books of Kentucky. Hut Mr, Walker's comparison has the law is free from graft. In my lint letter I called attention to the real value after nil; for it shows as fact that this law was framed by the many other of bis statements show, Kentucky Sheep (irnucra Association. that hi utterances nre not always the The charge of graft must lie at tlieir result of entirely adequate Informadoor. Mr. Walker's statement would tion nnd reflection. The truth is that the "llig (iun", hnve more weight had he pointed out in what shape or manner they are instead of being "discarded after firing some half dozen shots", us Mr. grafters. Mr. Wnlker admits that In nil prob- Walker alleges, was used until it ability the operation of the law will scared 183 hits Inside the fortified It pro- so reduce the sheep losses that the circle of the city of Paris. funds arising from the law will more than pay the claims. Case Of Madison County. This should he n boon to such coun-lic- it lis Madison, where for the last two Jenrs, the sheep fund was less h than the losses. "Vet,".uks Mr. Walker, " how much sooner would it become of it wns not if one-hal- f used for other purposes." Judging from the experience of Madiion county, under the old law, the nnswer to Mr. Walker's question is! no sooner, not nearly so soon, neve r, in fuct. Mr. Wnlker makes the statement that Currant County had more money to pny sheep losses In 1 1 S than she will hnve in lDI'.i. Some of the people own dogs; some own sheep; some own both; nnd some own neither; but we all wear clothes, and not a few- - tike mutton. Mr. Walker's reference to the barefoot boy who owns and loves his shaggy little cur is quite touching. Hut this little hoy should know, nnd Mr. Walker should know, that his dog will not be killed If he complies with the law, nnd that If his dog should be killed illegally lie may recover damages to the amount of $'25. The Supreme Sacrifice. And Mr. Wnlker should remind this little boy that he, nnd millions of other little bo)a in this world, If not big in this our own country, have brothers who have recently spent drenry winters in the deadly trenches, ami by thousand have laid down their lives for the common good of nil mankind, and that one of the greatest factors in preserving the health of thtse Irothers was wool clothing and wool blankets, of which there was such n shortage that n wool blanket could not be bought at liny store in the largest town in Central Kentucky. And I am sure that when he real-ire- s how somebody's big brother perhaps his big brother gave up his life for the common welfare, this little boy will realize ns he never did before that "No man liveth to him-relfnnd will in his way be ns good n man, nnd ns true a patriot, ns the big brother, nnd will, if need he, willingly, if sadly give up his beloved little dog for the sake of the common Itood of all. Mr. Walker In Error. In response to the question ns to how many dogs he listed with the Assessor last time, Mr. Wulker answers: "No specified number, ns this is unnecessary." This seems to be nn eiror on Mr. Walker's part, as I sliu'l pres. ently show. enlightment", "Kor Mr. Lloyd's Mr, Wulker volunteers the information that his 191!) dog tax, which was twenty fue dollars ($25.) "is just about half what it would have been under the old law". I am always grateful fur "enlightenment". Hut liere again Mr. Walker seems to he In n serious error, which error it is necessary to correct, lest the new law be accused, at one nnd the same time, both of taxing law. What Records Show, Mr. Walker's property schedule, supported by his nlTidavit, which is on file in the Tax Commissioner's office, shows that be listed 12 dogs. The Hook, and the Tnx Commissioner's Tax Commissioner's Dog Report both show the same thing. The County Clerk's license stub also states that the number of dogs in Mr. Walker's kennel at the time his license was issued was 12. If, therefore, Mr. Walker ha't but 1" dogs when his prope't" rrhedule wis mr.ui nut. no matter if he has 50 dogs new, lie would under the old law be li ilh' for a dog tux, rot of fifty dollars, J"i0). but of tvvulw dollars. His Previous Dog Tax, Quite unintententionally on Mr. Walker's part, I am sure, his statement thut his ltM'.l dog tax of twenty-live dollars (25) is "just nbout half of what it would have been under the old law" led me to the erroneous conclusion that Mr. Wulker customarily pays more than twenty-fiv- e dollars ($'.'.ri) dog tax. Since others, nlso, may have been misled, I will state that an examination of the Assessor's or Tnx Commissioner's books for the past live years reveals the fact that in all the five jciirs next preceding l'.iIU Mr. Walker's dog taxes have not altogether amounted to twenty live dollars ($-If I have made no mistake, the aggregate for the five years, i Twenty-fou- r dollars ($24.) for taxation. Uuder the new law, however, n dog subject to taxntion from the moment he is born, the tax ranging from $1.00 per dog to $1.00 per dog, depending on the sex and number owned. i Deering Binders ' I. Mr. Walker Qualified? Uut after alt explanations have been made that can possibly he made, frankness compels me to say nnd I say it with no shadow of reflection upon Mr. Wulker that in my opinion, no man who owns fifty dogs, no is Just the mnn to matter who he ay the last word in regard to the pro visions of a much needed law to promote sheep raising by restricting dogs. This is ns good u place us nny to notice n common misapprehension in regard to the expense of collecting the tax under the new law. It is common to hear it said, us Mr. Wal ker said in his article, that S per cent goes to the Commissioner of Agriculture, 10 per cent, goes to the Assessor, or Tax Commissioner, and 25 per ccn. goes to the County Clerk. i, it DEERING AND JOHN DEERE MOWERS, RAKES AND GENUINE DEERING TWINE. Place your order now for your binder. in p A Common Mistake. This is true in nil cases us to the Commissioner of Agriculture, but only when the dog owner owns but one dog, and that one is a male, is it true as to the Assessor and Clerk. Since the Assessor gets 10 cents per dog and the County Clerk 2.1 cents per license, it is easily seen that when the owner has one dog, uud that u female, in which case the tax is $2, the Assessor gets 5 per cent, and the County Clerk gets 12 per cent. If the owner has two dogs, both males, or one a male and the other u female, the tax is $3.00, and the As sessor gets C 3 per cent, nnd the I HASELDEN BROS. S "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" j- HjgJajKijirifiJi'; B"rrtafiaBilitnWgpl"illB'i to all other good ,1! li per cent. clerk gets 8 If the owner has two dogs, both females, his tax is $C.OO and the As per cent, nnd the sessor gets 3 clerk gets 4 per cent. Mr. Walker's Case. In Mr. Wnlker's case, which is, of course, quite exceptional, the Assessor, or Tax Commission, received $1.20, the clerk 25 cents, the Commissioner ofAgriculture, $1.25 (to be used in enforcing the law, and not for himself, let us remember). The sum total of these items of expense is $2.70, which is 10 5 per cent of the tax paid. There are other expenses In connection with the operation of this law. These other expenses in Garrard County up to March ."1st, amount nil told to less than 5 per cent, of the tax collected. Mr. Wulker, having answered my questions us to his sheep und dog interests, closes his letter to you with the words: "Now Mr. Lloyd, I hnve told you who I nm, 'Who nre you'?" Who Is Lloyd? who has, to my knowledge, owned any sheep in the last three years, 3cared me out. He bought 50 nice ewes in the summer fo 1910, and in two weeks all but 17 had been either killed or fatally injured by dogs. I have no dogs now. I have owned many a one, all bird dogs, as I ws very fond of hunting when trere was something to hunt. I am not a member of nny shctp or dog association, and I write this, is I wrote my former letter, without the suggestion, assistance, advice or consent of anybody else which is a good deal for a married man to say. patriotic folk who have no motive but the common welfare of nil in regard to this new dog law, to read the resolutions In .regard to this law that were recently passed by the Executive. Committee of the Kentucky Sheep Association. Growers The resolutions were published only a few days ago in the papers of Lexington and I hope The Central RecLouisville. ord will also publish them. Very respectfully, Lexington, Henry Lloyd. Ky., May 27th, 1919. Extends "Oliva Branch". I will say further that I expect to spend the coming summer, (if it ever comes!) In Lancaster as I have spent the last three summers. If Mr. Walker should be coming to Lancaster about Harvest time, he is likely to see ,111 riding n twine binder in the wheat field on the Richmond Pike just before he gets to his Uncle Arch's place. And I would bo delighted it he would ride in and give me an opportunity to shukc hands with an honorable gentleman and "good fellow", as I have always heard him to be. Meanwhile, I extend the olive branch not the white flag and propose nn honorable and lusting peace between Mr. Wnlker and my-se- tf n peace without annexations though I und without indemnities, nm not willing to admit that thus our wordy war, in one sense n dog fight, has resulted In a "dog fall". P. S. Your exchanges which carried Mr. Walker's article are respectfully requested to carry thls also. H. L. He Won't Drop Dead Any More. "My husband suffered terribly from stomach and liver trouble, which caused such bloating of gas as to seriously affect his heart. Doctors warned him that he might drop dead Ht any time from this trouble. A friend in Cleveland advised him to take Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, and since taking it, 4 months ago, he is feeling like n young man again. All his friends are surprised nt his appearance." It is u simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract which and allays the inflammation causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, Including ap- little earlier in his letter Mr. Wulker suggested that had I cured to A 15 PER CENT REDUCTION ON ALL TIRES REX GARAGE CONN & CONN, Proprietors. know who TAXI'AYKI! was, I could have found it out by writing the Editor of the Central Hecord. I might in return suggest that Mr. Walker cun find out who I am still more easily, namely, by stepping to the telephone nnd calling the said editor, or by calling a cousin of Mr. Wnlker's, the County Attorney of (liirrurd County. Hut I suppose I should tuko mv own medicine, and tell Mr. Walker who 1 ui:i. In addition to tils name Mr. Walker told me nbout himself only in terms of sheep nnd dogs. And since he now knows my name I suppose he wants to know only nbout my sheep unit dogs. If not, I might recall to him a famous contention nbout names thut took place 11 long time Intentions Unquestioned. ago, and that inn, in pnrt as fotlows: Hut let no render of these line "Ilrutus is as fulr u name as Caesar: conclude that there is anySound them, it doth become the thing whatsoever In what I have said mouth so well; that constitutes n necessary reflection Weigh them, it Is u heavy; conjure upon the consistency nnd straightwith 'em, forwardness of Mr. Walker, lie has Hrutus will start n spirit in soon been guilty of obvious inadvciltuices ns Caesar." and slips of memory. He should bo Afraid To Own Shaap. more careful nnd less hasty. And I So, answering Mr. Wulker us X my the rest can be easily explained. shall not do him the injustice to sheep and dog interests, I will say withhold fur n moment the probable that I own no sheep, I never owned any, I would like to own some, but explanation. That explanation lies In the differ- the experience of my neighbor across ence between the provisions of the the pike, Mr. W. A. Price, the oil man of my acquaintance In Garrard old dog law and those of the new. pendicitis. One dose will convince Read Resolutions. or money refunded. It. E. McKob-erts- , Druggist, Lancaster, (adv And I suggest to Mr. Walker, and DG 3' ir- Ice Cream and fall Phone 56 m BASTIN BROS. iriF 3 IE.E I ' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. June 5 1919. SAME CATTLE IN BUENA VISTA Mr. Samuel Wilson lias purchased n new Overland car. Mr. and Mrs. E. Ct Howling spent Sunday with relatives nt Stanford. Mr. James Durham of Sednlla Mo., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Iluble. .Miss Margaret Asklns lias returned from n pleasant visit to friends In Cincinnati. Mrs. Marshall Scott nnd Miss Nannie Scott who have been ill during the past week are Improving. Mrs. Hubert liuble nnd children are in Uurgin for a visit to her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Klkln. .Mrs. J. W. Askins, Miss Nettie As kins, Mr. Don Askins nnd Mr. John Duncan spent Sunday with .Mr, John Askins at McCrenry. Mrs. J, It. Abner very pleasantly entertained the members- - of the worth League last Saturday evening. After a business session n delightful social httur was enjoyed. The frictjds of Mr. Ben Nnylor are glad to know that he is greatly Improved nnd will soon return to his home after treatment at the llase Hospital at Camp Taylor. .Mr. Stephen Ison is improving after an illness of a few days. Mr. Ison is perhaps the oldest man In the county, having celebrated his ninety fourth birthday last April and is still remarkably strong nnd nctive. Gus Ilurton who has received Ins discharge after twelve months 1 . ig-- i service is here for n visit to hi ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ilurton. lie will leave soon for Ohio where he will accept the position which ho held before entering the service. Work on the "teuchcrage" is pro gressing rapidly and the building will be ready for occupancy by the time of the opening of the school term. A home for the faculty of the school has long been needed and the district is to be congratulated on its progress iveness. Kev. Cropper of Danville tilled the) pulpit at Mt. Olivet last Sunday! I he church oversubscribed morning. its quota of 12,000 the first days of the drivtt for the Centenary fund and as the contributions continue to come in it will be considerably "over the top". Mr. Joe Hamilton ably directed the local campaign and the mem bership responded liberally OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS nM a Veltnre burins with organs. kklnejrs and wsaktned nri This ItHng true. It H sajr la tisllur that by krrplnir th kldnfyt and dt n,l in proper (estiva orcana cltanstd can bo working; ontsr old and life prolonged far beyond that en Joyed by the average peraon. For over !00 rears OOt.n MEDAb Haarlem on hae teon relievlnit the ad weaknesaa and disability due to old Tanctnfr )ara. It la a tnndard time home remedy and needa no IntroMI'DAt. Haarlem oil la duction noui Inclosed In odorless, tasteless capaulea containing about ft dropa each. Take them aa you would a pill, with a small ONE COMMUNITY ht ae dfrrd swallow of water. The oil stimulate, the kidney action and enablee the Is Worth Much in orirana to throw off the poleon4whlch Teamwork cause premature old aae. New life and Teaching Efficiency in Care of atrenath Increase aa you continue the treatment. When completely restored continue taking a capsule or two rich Rearing Animals. Jar. OOM MCDAL. Haarlem Oil Capsules will keep you In health and vltor and prevent a return of the dtaease. Po not wait until old ae or disease have settled down for good. Oo to your WISCONSIN LIKES GUERNSEY box of OOU) lnieaist and iret aCapsules. Money MKHAI. Haarlem Oil refunded If they do not help you. Three else. Hut remember to ask for the orla-lna- l Imported HOLD Ml; DAL brand. Buyers Attracted to Waukesha County In sealed packagea. From All Over Country Many Breeding Associations In Minnesota and New Hampshire. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Four Great Lectures at the Redpath Chautauqua. I THE CLARK GATE 'Distinguishedlby Absolute Merit j ! bt "America's Today Gleaned from Yesterdays 'Over COMMUNITY BREEDING ' There' " at Community tirrallng simply means that the farmers In a err- community agree to do two tain ' The ntury of tho return nntl remljustment of the soldier nntl the problem.; confronting each anil nil today, by Klwood T. Bailey. things: leading all others everywhere. ft jg Easy to operate, Automatically opens, closes Always in working order Climatic v and locks. conditions have no effect1. S Satisfaction sells thousands of Clark Automatic Gates. S Si County. Agent For Garrard Clnrk Automatic Gate is the peoples choice, first in favor the wide world over, and universally IrcJ p B Vlrst, to breed but one breed of rattle, sheep and hops. Second, they auree to ue none but purtbred sires, these sires being owned either Individually or collectively. Kveryone Is absolutely free to do as he pleases Jut so lone as be sticks to one class of stock nnd ties a purebred sire. These Mens can best be carried nut If the farmers art- - organized In n lMly nnd get together at stated periods. iie(ge Romance of Business" i.s O. E. Bohymer tells about it on the second nijrht. BuMine.ss interi'stintr, exciting, entrancing. League of Nations "ethe European Crisis"and Dr. Vincenzo tie Santo, noted Italian journalist nnd orator, will discuss this important question. .t A. T. SCOTTPHONE 194. Optimistic blessings. Thought. It If Illness has Its tr'nl a'o hat Its There Is no ndvantnge gained by keeping three or four breeds of beef rattle In the same community, eieept the satisfaction of personal prefer-rncebut there are many advantages to be derived from keeping one Vnd the same breed In the same community. LANCASTER, KY. I'rohably the most Important reason why the same breed of cattle should be kept In one community Is that It deCommuvelops community Interest. nity breeding Is certain to be a sym' pathetic tie binding the people togethSpasmodic Semen. Some women buy ll! Mocfclnsi so er In the accomplishment of anything ; to hmv fo they will have their money. Indlaiin.:.9 Star. 'We Man With 1 Window' Hajrer-man, 1 Great, inspirational lecture by Dr. H. T. well known platform speaker. FIVE BIG DAYS CHAUTAUQUA JUNE SEASON WEEK TO JUNE HERE Strengthening Timber. to KnsIWi fcU'titlstn, Arconllns electricity imel tbniusli tltnlw r ulien freshly cut makes. It more reltnnt ncaltut decay and funcous growth. Orioles. As for myself I am turned contractor of hammock netting for tlie orioles, taking my pay In notes. I throw strings out of the window and they snap thein up nt once. They sit In the cherry trees hard by and war-hi"Hurry up! hurry upl" I never found out before Jut what they said. But If you will listen you will And tli.1t this Is what they flrt say. A vulgarism, I admit, but native. LowelL 25 30. Dally Thought. Let ns conldtT the reason of the case. Kur nothlni la law that Is not ree.vjn. Sir John Powell. Making Goodness Attractive. It Is not alwnjs the ln't people who ire the rami popular, ami though popularity Is no snfe standard It counts for much In n i'rm's of use If we have good thlnrs to fulness. offer let us offer them mi nttrnctliely A Purebred Guernsey With a High Record. that others will be gl.nl to accept; not so clumsily that what we offer will !hey desire. Community teamwork Is be rejected with scorn. If we can worth much In the Improvement of any nake goodness beautiful we make It county community. It tenches effKxiiinnge. tielnved. s. iciency In the care and rearing of Brings Big Results. Community breeding Is a very simple thing, but the ia!ue yihlch It will be to the community Is tremendous. There are many Instances on record which arc proof of Its advantages. has a large number of community breeding noclatlons, the strongest of thee being the Waukesha In Itreedlng nssoclntlon, organized l'.iOS to promote the breeding nnd Improvement of high-grad- e ami pure-bre- d Although only orfJuernsey cattle. ganized 12 years ago this county Is already known as the "Guernsey Cnp-It- nl of America." nnd buyers for enr-loa- d lots of gmde or purebred cows are attracted there from all ocr the country. New Hampshire has many snrh In operation. breeders' associations Minnesota aNo has a largo number. One of these nt Northfleld, Minn., n Ilelsteln association. Includes 22T herds and upward of 1.000 IIoMeln cattle, purebred and grades. Vet Virginia has organized many such associaHltchle county, especially, tions. wide attention for the reason that the "scrub" bull has been eliminated and the Hereford adopted and developed as the principal breed. More than 150 "scrub" bulls have been shipped out of the county during the past three years, nnd purebreds have taken their places, eliminating the Many small herds "scrub" entirely. have been started as n result of this Iiuyern are attracted to movement. this county without advertising, and they are unable to meet the demands for good breeding and stock cattle. More Associations Needed. "Are there not more communities In every Hate which would be rlther for having a community breeder's assoTrue ciation" atfc the specialists. there ore many putt bred sires used, but the need of more Inspiration Inbusiness Is stilled Into the beef-cattl- e apparent, such Inspiration as Is gotten organization anil from from getting together shoulder to shoulder, and from rubbing of elbows. The United Stotea department of agriculture or extension department of your state college of agriculture will be glad to hear of any such organization already perfected or to assist In Js there the organization of others. good reason why communities through-nu- t the South should not be noted for. Shorthorn, Hereford and Aberdeen-Angu- s Itefore the South can cuttle? ever make a big stride us a beef-cattlcenter It must have community breeding. The first step In this direction la to eUmlnute the "scrub" sire. TICKETS FOR ALL 5 DAYS $2.00 plus 10 per cent War Tax. Auction Sale OF BANKING i6ftte BY MAIL Absolutely PrWtte CiCwdtnt LAND, ooor by bring cut 9a?LJ4.f using lhnannyeik' Vb on Of eur many trbuYavtai A pothers INTEREST STOCK, CROPS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS ox h"Brkkt MatlJhis Cl ftnk WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11th 10 O'clock, A. Jt., The J. N. McGraw farm, of 210 acres, to bo sold in four tracts to the "HiBh Dollar" for immediate possession with nil crops, or for possession Janunry 1, 11120, just as you want it. "0 acres planted to corn, 10 acres wheat, l." acres oats, 10 acres clover meadow, 30 acre clover anil timothy, 25 acres youne; timothy anil clover, 0 ncre.s tobacco, balance in Krass and timber. loO acres Green Biver bottom land, will produce 80 Jo 100 bushels per acre, year after year, I can prove to you that you enn buy this farm at a price that it will pay for itself in two years. It tons of hay per acre. One tract of 10 acres with U room dwelling anil new tobacco barn, C acres. One tract of 100 acres with 7 room Bungalow, hall and 2 porches, stock barn, all out buililiiitfs, orchard, 75 trees, nooil fences, well watered. One trnct !!0 acres clover and timothy meadow. One tract 10 acres unimproved. Here i.s a farm for a HOME or for IN VKST.MKNT. If you want it for in vestment BUY it, rent it and make 25 per cent on your money each year. LOCATION : Casey County, 1 mile of Jlitldleburj,'. on the McKinney and Liberty I'ike, 0 miles from Liberty, 9 miles from .McKinney on the O anil C It. R. I want thelNVESTOR and the HOME SEEKER to look at this farm. This is just ns trood land and better than some land selliii- - for $1100,00 per acre anil more. Quality in favor of this land, anil you can buy it for a treat ileal less nntl this farm is on pike, 7 miles from County Seat and '.) miles from Railroad in irood neik'hborhood.'close to schools and churches, Bank anil business houses nt Mid-- ill ebur jr. " " also sell the following personal property: 1 mare and colt, 1 neldinir. 1 work nnd driving mare, 2 fine jersey cows, 5 brood sows, :io shouts 1 pair work 1 three year old mule, mower ami mules, rake, corn planter, 2 cultivators tine hnrrow, section harrow, sulky plow, tiifiiinjr plows, 2 wagons, buiruy anil harness, vat:on Kcnr, plow Kt'tir and a whole lot.of other farming implements and ,l lot of household and kitchen furniture and a lot of chickens Be 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 tOr sUatful buiinis Vtr l Mill bring A sord trfm full dCPpUn cl rui r eisn. a La re it iBanh tnj inLana CimitflnT'l Vnost sue- - E3sjK5rattfg "Vaur Hem Antnnaiej CtntlM urnMUC tAVt ctuu sacs' OrrulM4IIN AUOVRCCS.IO.MItUOHt, W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Oirector and Draw It Check I for the money youov e and note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bati & Trnjl Go Swin el) road, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. See athertisement of Auction Sale of MS acres farms for sale privately. on They know he Is doing business In a business like ay. Better open such an account even it your affairs are not laree. They will crow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company June lth Other The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 5, 1919. MARRYING JASPER By AONES O. BROQAN. Professor (.'nrleton glanced up froic' nis ijcsk impatiently in the study iloot opened. Mix Impatience ohannl Ic mllil resignation as lie perceived thf ) OAKLAND Mil Usurp of Ms elder Miter enter the 947 Mile room. 5 minutes 13 boon in "Yes, Ilcphzlbah," lie meekly In quired. Average 3 1.2S milei "Jasper," she mill, "the time liar per callon of gjvitmf, come when I mint relieve mjsclf ol only 3 qu.trt of 01L the care of jour household. I nm growing too nlil for tin- - ri'Miiillilllty." aneipn ran mi linger ' m"-'i- r perplexedly through hi thick graying1 linlr, beneath It tilt ..till young eyes en ail hack distressed. "Well, Ilephzlhah." he s.ild nt l.nt.f Jim nre Justified In jour determlna-lion- . Martha will have to look nfier me ns best Mie can." "Murthu," his Miter explained. "Is going with me. She li used to my ways ami will mill no training. You hunt make other" plant for yourself." "I'lani!" pipei her brother. "What plain enn I make concerning a house-lioh- l, HephMhah, when I hac always depenilnl uim jou?" five-cen- ts "That's Jmt the troulile," his sister An remarked, "joij have depended too lung. There li hut one lolutluti, you Kind must llnd Joti a wife." scaled TitM-KcptR- icrit "A wife" The professor hllnked; A recent demonstrationof Model 90 power, endurance If he had not heen atunjs iibiorhul In nd dependability was on impromptu round trip between hooki he might h.ne realized Unit disAnfjeles-'-- a Oakland and most severe test, over muuntian couragement of tlilt ery p.inlhlllty roads, through a blinding storm, with mud hub deep in hud always hli Miter's pursue. places. The Model 'JO never faltered, never failed I At lait to Hephzlliah hal roine the solution; I'rudinrv Winter, daiuhterf Let us show you a duplicate of the car that made tills or IToreivor Vllllleri, lleceaieil, hliollM record. he ehoien ni the fortutinte woman. U True, Prudence ni hy eernl jeari JuPi'h venlor, hut did not Japer'ji iidaii(iil hraln fit him to le sulttilily LANCASTER AUTO SALES COMPANY. the eomphhlon of an older woman? And In Prudence the Miter found nil LANCASTER KY. Phone 3.t. thoe irtuei deilrtil. So quietly Mie mi'Hered her hrother'n queitlon. ToUs Oiiilnl MaU SO n Tmitai Cm Mill I. A wife rertalnly U the solution of jour problem, mid !eraue your tnlml hai hotn occuiled uitli other iiiinmunniiiiniiniHiiiiiniinifiiii.iJtii..ini. i.n .i! matter.i, .Iuper, I hate thought the thing out for yon. You limit pay re spectful attention to Prudence Wln-terShe I n woman who Mould make you entirely happy 1" Wher the Wrinkles Are. Ain't It Sot "li not Prudence," the profenor "John Chlmmzn." "Improving the Imudolr "Soeaktn' of mmlral Instruments," uiked tllmpprovlngly, "that thin womAs fur in can l learned, tlic cndl-es- t use nf tin nickname John China-ma- n remarked the facetious feller, "there's wrinkles that li'lp to make It more, an with the tired looking face?" Tim no music ns ttirty tn the ears of a becoming." sajs n headline. "Kncei," hli Miter nevercly remark-I- , ns a designation for celestials l I the propplayed wrinkles, ns we business mnn ii henrln' In "11 letter t" tin commlttis" nf mnn "ihoiihl no longer Intluence your his cash register." tnilltiiiixiMi osition, nri' In the nip. not on the choice. Practical worth Is now your iut-llihmi cement nf Irury Ijine theater." wearer. Kaiims Cltj Star. Si sr. ago. In tatidun Jmt II" jears neceiiary conMderntlon." Hut I'm not ko old," Jaiper de murred. "I lme still n good many CUNN'S CHAPEL. years before fifty." Hepbzlbah fixed her cold eyes upon Mrs. Ollie Bogie has been quite ill. him. You have my MiggcMlon," Mic said, Mr. Porter Parson of Hackley was and nroie. here bundaj-- . What do you wlili me to do?" the Miss Allene McCulley spent Sunbrother inked unemlly. Kor the sake of jour own future day with Miss Annie Mae. comfort I nihlie you to pny jour Mrs. Mairgie WhittaKer spent Sunni soon ns jioiilble to Pru- - day with Mrs. Elizabeth Burton. ence Wlnter," Ilephzlhuli said, mid paised from the room. Mrs. Permelia Bogie was a recent Undecidedly the professor fingered Kuest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCulMi but. Ills sliter bad spoken; soon ley. she mul Martha would leave him alone Mr. Lewis McCulley sold a nice In hli belplenness; perbnpi nfler nil sow and pigs to Mr. Irvine Simpson, her plain might be worth consideration. Jaiper bad learned to have con- price $S0. fidence In llephzlhah's Judgment. Slow l) Mr. nnd Mrs. Elbert Warner spent ly he paned down the street to I'm un .nr. anu urs. jiar- " ence Winter' home, but when he n- . vey Tenter. turned hl face was gliMunj-( Ileihzlbuli's llp.twlsted In the near Mr. J. M. Anion sold an Aberdeen- t npprouch to u smile, I Angus calf to Mr. Dee Taylor of Mad. I llr,,. l M. l(..ll. cl... WRI6LEYS The Flavor Lasts! Always the the best buy for t The Owner Test That Counts m lm The greatest worth refreshment rul, T' BOYLE COUNTY AT FARM Gluten. Oluten Is the main nutritive element In nil Hour made from grain, though It cxlts In larger proportion In some varieties of wheat than In others, nnd In hard wheat more than In soft, (iluten flour Is flour from which the starch element has been wholly or partly removed, thereby bettering It for the usa of diabetic patients. AUCTION ON 2 are substances or results obtained collaterally or Incidentally In the operation of a specific process or manufacture of something else. In hunting game for food the In hides nnd feathers nre'b.v-productmanufacturing lumber sawdust and shavings are In the manufacture of gas, coke Is n though not the only one evolved In the process. THURSDAY, JUNE 12th. o'clock, P. M., I will sell for Floyd Curtis, 14S.6 acres, subdivided and sold in 2 tracts of S8.29 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 outbuildings. Good cistern. A desirable home close to Danville and within one mile of 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. SWINEBROAD ESTATE MAN. THE ' REAL, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Col. G. L. Toombs, Auct. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Agent. Don't forget the Auction Sale of the 210 acres on June 11th. Other Farms for sale at all times. Coney at a Venice. Coming up toward Sandy Uook on dence at home nnd a worthy person?" I' su" ,ur a perfectly placid sea we were blessed a housekeeper." her brother "At MisIva Hollon arrived Saturday with Jint that amount of haze which dryly rrpllnl. "Prudence Is doubtlen nlKht from a month's visit to her turned Coney Maud Into Venice, Arvnta at Hazc, Grecn thur K. Shipley writes In Scrlbner's "You tmnt go again," his sliter nil-- 1 Miss Ada Mae and Master Magazine. The sen was nn Adriatic vlnil. "Nest time jou will nlio tils- lagoon; we might have Ijjft Trieste Frank Allen Foster were quests Wed- cmer that she bn brains." oernlght! The same merciful mist And obediently Jasper went the sec- - nesdny of Master Weldon Simpson, changed the clear-cu- t outlines nf the countenance upon bis nnd time. Ills ,. , ,!tfV- - iN- - fl' I hls regular sk, scrapers Into Turner's pictures nnd oun'- -' return seemed somewluit brighter. tho I!oy and the Poet lieciiino ecstatic "You stayed longer this owning." I appointment nt the M. E. Church with the ecslniy of jouth. Hepbzlbah said hopefully, "jou ills-- 1 here Saturday evening nnd Sunila'. ' cotereil the bruins." "She has her Intereitlng side," the brother udnilltiil, but thereafter be up-- 1 penreil to need no further urging. Jasper now often sat smiling fatu-ouil- y Into vacancy and to fancy one's self In love with n Prudence Winters Hephzlbah thought must take Imagination Indent! She win Interrupted In her reflections by the unexpected npiearanct of u young woman In the doorway, "How de do," remarked the young woiiinn breezllj-- . "I rang, but no one answering, and the door being open, I walked down through the ball, "You are Hephzlbah, aren't you? I'd know It." The young woman smiled and dimpled. "Juzi sent ine In for Ids cap," she said, "the wind blows bis hat so In the cnr. And he said I'd better Intro- duce mjself jou'll lme to know me better later. We nre on our way to be I te In every The Chevrolet Motor Cnr is married." respect. Built for service nnd comfort. Hephzlbah urine dazedly. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 "married? ' "Jazz?" she reimited, What do J'ou mean?" Four Ninety Touring $735.00 The lovely girl laughed. "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Jazz that's what I call Jaiper," "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 she exclaimed. "I met him nt Aunt Pruc's a month ngo She's going with j F. O. B. Fnctory. we are i us now to the parsonage where A cnr loiul of these Americnn Beauties just unloaded. ' to be married. Juzz was ufrald to tell They have mnrvelous power, nnd noted ns hill you about It for fear you wouldn't climbers. Let us demonstrate. of me" Impulsively the girl caught Hephzlbah' wrinkled bunds In her wnrtn ones. "Oh! come along with us," she aid, "He will be' so pleased." Paint Lick, Kentucky. Hepa- And to her own astonishment llbah went. mmmmmmmmm THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY lOeiMiHt. nit. i wt msmiw Oiba.) The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 5, 1919 GUY. THE REUNION By GLORIA RODDERS CHANDLER S(X(795 The sun lull! lung since dlnppcarrd I beneath the horizon, liut tlirn still !ln- - ' gireil In Hie wst n fill lit tlnce of rrtl. I Patty Robert patted Iiit horse lov- - ' she gated toward the low Intl. spreading house In the distance. "Denr old Jk nu"e traveled a Inns way today. We'll soon ! home, though. See, .loo, there It I now, mill Caroline Ink n llclit In i'i'ry x Iml.iw, i I mi'ho Ik- - think we're lost." The low, rumbling house wn not fur awny, fiilntly discernible In tin' duk j nctllng among 11 few tree. It wn I homelike nml thecry In npi inrnncc. I'ntty Roberts win Inn with n former school ctitiin, Caroline lVn- - I wick, wlin Imil come to I In) ton nftrr !' finishing Iiit course. I'ntty had been n strumous worker during the dark days of tin- - wnr, dividing her time In- tween lNil Cros workroom and hostess work nt tin- - vnrlou cantonment, nml now Hint ever) thing mn bright ngnln, phi Inn! come out to lit r chum' for u much ni eded ri't. As tlic full li fill Joe picked hi wn slowly nhmg the trail for though tin" night mm bright, jnxir Joe uus tired nml sleepy, I'ntty gated iicrov tho moonlit stretch of Inml. Her cjes were n lit wistful n she watched n Mnr swiftly shoot ncm the sky leaving a shiny (mill behind. She sighed, j Then, n If chins mulc to her ( thoughts, she softly begun to sins. Her voice, sweet nml clear, roe on Big-C- ar the night nlr, nml n she she sighed ngaln nml patting Joe said. sotnewh.it ltfully, "Well, Joe, I guos we'll hetter he lmrr Inir or Car-new Chandler Old Chandler model is here. We have waited for ollne will linve n searching party out have waited for here now and we all proud and happy. us." Gathering up the rein nml j for new Chandler past has had splendid bodies, The Chandler of turning down townnl the lighted house In the distance, Joe'a hoof Lents were even surpasses in beauty of line, in bigness, in comfort of immediate fore-runn- er soon out of hearing. cushioning, in nicety of its custom-lik- e workmanship and in its lustrous finish. Unknown tn I'ntty she hail nn audi-fnc- e high hood and The new Chandler Touring is a big car. broad cowl, while she was singing. Hob Cutler was returning from his wide and deep doors give it distinctive appearance. chum's house nml he. too, wns enjoying the beauty of the nljltit, when I'ntty's voice had come to him on the breere. He drove hi horse forward between Nothing ha been rut out to permit the delivery of till Feature which base been standard Chandler qualities In a cluster of stunted tree and bushe fine big touring car at the Chandler price. Indeed, many the past art continued. The cushion me upholstered In genuine hand-buffe- d plaited leather. The front compartlittle details of nicety are added. The back curtain window r until lie could fairly perceive the sins-e- r Is bceletl plate gl.iss. The clear-visio- n side curtains fit ment flour boards are covered with heavy firav linoleum, and her hone In the moonlight. I . aluminum-boundopen Itli the doors. There are detachable rear snugly and Hie two comfortable auxiliary chairs Where hnd he henrd that sons before? quarter-bo- w fold away, entirely concealed, when not In use. curtains. There arc outside door handles. A he listened the soft sound of the night nml the mule of the girl's voice wns chanced to the sweet strains of n waltr. nml he wn danclnc ncnln In the llchtcd ballroom of the hotel. He wj You will choose the new Chandler touring for its bigness The Chandler continues for I1i all Its distinguished Ihlnc over ncnln Hint nlcht when he and its comlort and It handsome dignity. But )ou will mechanical features; solid cast aluminum motor base had found the clrl who had won hi Fifty thouchoose it, too, for Its mechanical excellence. extending from frame to frame, silent chain drie for the heart completely. sand Chandler owners know, better than we can tell sou, auxiliary motor shafts, annular ball bearings, llosch ( design and And hk l'attj ' voice died nway nnd Magneto Ignition and many other feature what a good car the Chandler is. The famous Chandler make1" he heard her speak to her hore, Rob's motor and the sturdy excellence of the whole chassis mutor car equipment characteristic ol the blghcst-clas- a the Chandler notable among fine cars. construction. heart leaed. "It couldn't be I but It does sound like her voice," he mutDon't Cough Until Weak SIX SFLE.NDID BODY TYPES tered. Then he, too, turned his hore Tired out ami weakened with prnla and soon was far alone the trail which .S leot couth inf, cldcflf people arc in do Ttutiug Ltir, Sl!1$ iir.'tfsirsfrr ZfMjIrr, Sli9S led to hi home, about tw o miles aw ay. rondiiioa fa rrtut duciM, tod ran do ar.'aiHsfrr Juutt far. I,"J Hut, as he rode, hi thoucht llncered canty ward nil more aertout iictfirM. CnutttUt MS t:iS All CtnrtrtiUt t.Ctmpt. 1231S about the clrl of hi dream. "Jut a CltutumJ trim f. dream, that's all," thoucht ltoli bitterIt br ly. "There's no ue hoping I'll ever see CfHJJtl her acaln." they retult Irom cold, Nirtpp, bro He had been stationed at a navnl cbial anection or ikkiira throat E. training camp and had only recently lift. Urn KUtSw. ft sIJtf l UAm ol I wm V..h. HLJ TriMrto At. mt come home. He wa clad to be buck kh im tfJ with l4nrr, rr hst b4 his home again, but at time he at fMi4h ihottll.1 it gnckj tm tol'r longed for the place where he hud IIot J Ta'. o bia Ualaf It. I II Mm! fff rtttsih, tifsj I ot hnirr. So spent so many happy months. Life hud 11 fcfMi in, I mm li rr olsl, ttJ ea u I lift wid riuM tolti llor ftJ Ti.M been rather dull and lonely In the SOLD EVERYWHERE. large school for the first few month, but one night, at n dance given for the Ikij in the service, he had met a Juit Intsrtti" girl with whom he had fallen deeply . at Ihis One day Jane and Irtfiocnbly In loe, but ultbougn birthday dinner last Sunday. A numMr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins were spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hir- dititli notice COY ebysbis nnd wtu'i he never saw her afterward, the hope guests of her parents, Mr. am Kay and family. ber of guests were present to enjoy week-en- d wa eil; "I nnillni: tlieni ' Hint he might some day meet her Mr. Ike Duncan sold his Ford tour- the occasion. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. lead yet." Mr. and Mrs. It, YV. Sanders and want to see If Cmle Itn again brightened his days, that were ing car to Mr. Bailey Ray for $300. daughters, Mrs. Nora Teater and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and daughlong nnd monotonous. As the dns Mr. Lenn Cobb sold a horse to Mr. ters, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price and daughter, Sallie Lou and Miss Kit, 1 went by, and still no trace of her, he COLDS son, were in Crab Orchard, Saturday. Kay made a trip to Cincinnati recent-- V! n The Time Hel Hurries. loy' fa-fn senti'n-ynr-ilididn't gle up hope until he had oh- - Georse Hall of Buckeye price $123. COUGHS tells him If time be was picking tatned hi dUcharge nnd was speed-- , ly. Mrs. Gus Crouchorn and baby are Mrs. T. 0. Hill and Mr. J. N. Tea-te- r out a trnile be 1n.n't n-- any reain lng to hi home. visiting her sister, Mrs. Walker Bur-dctt- e. who have been confined to their Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter nnd to Imrry. Hut when his clrl tell Idm One afternoon, about a week later,, rooms rince January are able to be ion. Master Robert Lilian! Gulley, the some Ihliif be betlns dirMIng !k Caroline called to I'atty a die was Miss Hazel Treston spent Saturday DrT KlnH'sNcwDUcoTeryused out again. coming out of the barn, where she Dr. UlLird and wife and children of t((ii stntcmnnslilp nnd professional I'K.cbnll right away. Knnus City 'since Grant wa Presidents had been saddling Joe,, preparatory tn night and Sunday with Miss Laverne Mr. and Mrs. U L. Sanders, Mr. Lawrenceburg spent Sunday with Mr. Star. Get a. bottle today going to the postufflce. "I'atty, lie Mire Whittaker. and Mrs. G. W. Ray and children and Mrs. A. C. Miles. and hurry home, because we're going I Mr. Tevia frcston of Danville has to nave souietuKly nice here for tup- - occn visiting his sister,. Mrs. Ike Dun-pe- r. ,It"did It for your erandraa, for your POOR RIDGE. n father,) For fifty years this lies rowing escl.illy to meet recently cough and cold remedy has kept aa you, so jou must hurry nml be home Brother Anderson cf Stanford, CYtrgrociag armyjof, friends, young In time to put on your prettiest .lre." Miis Sallie Sparks is ill at thi . Caroline hail Imlted Itob Cutler over gave two interesting sermons at Scott and bid. time. JU31 KtLtlVtU A IftK Uf For half a century druggists every to meet her guest, and he, vlhliig to Fork Sunday and Sunday night, irhcre iuve told it. .rut a bottle In Mr. and Mrs. Dan liav snent Sun obllce Caroline whom he ha, known Mr and Mrt Coleman Lofker anJ your Bcdidae cabinet. You may nted day with her parents. a. a playmate all I.N life. Oedared. of bab M burry. Soli, by druggists Katherine and Mrs. C. ittiac course, hed be dellehted. Mrs. .Mary Simpson Is visiting her .. , ... M .. tvtr-whcr- ....j -w..UU; ...... .t.vr- - l.,lt- - Mn..v..ul Ill rll. laughter, Mrs. J. A. Masters. and Mrs. Victor Sanders. -Bowels Actlnil Properly? 1 don't I ll be there. If gel lot In the Miss Kthel McCullah spent Sunday They ought to." for constipation nientiuhlle. I ito 1ioih he's good lookwith Miss Linda Ellen Preston. nates the body retain waste matters ing." he added in a tea!ng voice. MAKKSBUKY and impurities f that undermine the Mr, and Mrs. Diilard Simpson spent True to her word, I'ntty returned In havoc with the entire health humlay with Mr. and Mrs. Kverett There is no Improvement time to array herself In a liecomlns in the I system.and play Dr. King's New Life Pills are Anderson, dress of pale blue ruffled muIIn condition of Mrs. Fanny Pollard. All reliable sad Guid.ia actios. which Just mutcliiil the lovely blue of , Mrs. Wilks Lake of Lexington is There will be a business meeting at druggists. her eyes. She was n pretty picture visiting her parents, Mr: and Mrs. the church Saturday at the usual of youth and ihilntlues a the lutif Caleb Johnson. BUCKEYE til the lis Ins; rooru soon after the ex- time. Miss Viola Iind of Jessamine spent The Ladies Working Society will pected guet arrhed. "Patty, dear, this I Mr. Cutler why, meet at the church next Thursday at the week end with her cousin, Mil Mils Nettie Ray has been ill for the I believe you hae met before!" 1 P. M, Lindallen Preston. past few days. she exclaimed as Iloh Jumped from his Rev, Thornton will preach at the Mr. Culeb Johnson spent Sunday Mr. Dan Ray sold to Mr. V, A. chair and grnsied l'attj' hand. with his daughter, .Mrs. Powell Fowler MMlss Huberts," he exclaimed, "I Fork church ne.t Sunday morning at Lear a bunch of bogs at IS cents. at Lexingtun. Jl A. M. can't believe It!" Miss Margaret Morford of Danville "I never suecteil Itt" Caroline deMr. Less Clark has moved to Lex- ts visiting Miss Christine Morford. Mrs. Lige McMillian and little son, Tobacco sticks are awfully scarce this year, anil clared, as. watching Putty's Huiln; ington to live with his mother, who is Holman J spent Sunday with her those who wait, are going to find it next to impossible shining eyes and IlobV exalt- In ill health. Miss Bernice Broad Jul was the face and rarents, Mr. and .Mrs. John Ray. week-en- d ed expression, she retreated In the digueit of Miss Louise Brown. to secure them nt all. If you expect to need them, A horse owned by Mr. Joe Pollard Miss Arleigh Mathew visited lier rection of the dining room. Mr. S. N. Morford left last week parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mattyou had better get YOURS NOW. "Just a minute. Caroline." called, ,e" on a P"ntereu stump anil has hew from Saturday until Monday. for St. Louis to be gone several days erious condition since. Itob. "I want you to meet my Dream uen In This is the only car we have bought, and we Girl. The girl whose Image has been In i Mr. Kyle Isom one of the foremost on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Duncan and will probably be unable to secure nnothertone like it. year. I had given up farmers of the community regardless my heart for a Mr. Burnett Sanders spent part of family spent Sunday nnd Sunday hone, of ever seeing her again. hindrances of the weather has lait week with his grand-parenMr. night with Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mrs. Walker Ilurdette and children to lei her go again," he added, still i' of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker and Mrs. Gus Crouchorn spent Satholding Patty', hand In a determined acm Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pollard enter- - and children spent Sunday with Mr. urday with their slsttr, Mrs. Robert Carter. CevjrKht. tr ths McClur Ntws I tained for their ion at a delightful and Mrs. J. 4. Whittaker. BjmaKstt.) Come and See the New Most Beautiful the Chandler Touring Car Offering of the Season, and the Price is Only $1795 touring it. It's arc but the it. its touring car the Its radiator, its THE its its And it RIDES. it rides like a dream Mrs. Miss Kllen Turner visited Clarence Holticlaw Tuesday. Mr. Kverette Grow and Miss Maud Smith were viiitors at Judsou Saturday, Messrs J. P. Foley and Arthur Turner wire with Hnckley friends Sunday. Mines Lliiie Foley, Ollie uml Fannie Merida were gueits Sunday of the Misses Smith. Mis l.ida Ilromliiu Is visiting her siiter, Mrs. .Marcus While o.t the New Danville pike. Mrs. Wallace Jones and children of Btre.i, are Uli'tig her sister, Mrs. William Suttoc. ijiutc a number Ml this locality commencement at Ijinr.iMir Moinl.iy evening. Mrs. Carrie Davidson lias returned home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Itice of Richmond. Mr and Mrs. Clay Ilronddus on! two sons spent Sunday with Mr. uml Mrs. lolm Bronildus, Sr. Mr and Mrs John Smith and daughter. Hare!, were visitor Sunday of Mr and Mrs. A. N. Mir.Oa. Mc.ilume James Yantis and John Smith were dinner guests Monday of Mrs. Iirace Sutton on the C. O. road. Mise Mautle and Fannie Smith were recent guests of Mis.es Juliu .Mae and Cora Stevens of Preachers- ville .Mr. and Mr. Kotart Ward and lit tle soni, Harold and J. r. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Henry of Klrksvillc. Mr and Mrs. Theodore Currey of Liuicastir, and Mr. J. I. Ynntii were entertained last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Yantis. Mr Charlie Tuttle who has been in the rvice of I'ncle Sam, has returned from overseas, Is visiting his Irnther. Mr anu Mrs Henry Tuttle. Mr and Mr Ollie Prlchette and family Mrs. Patience Prichett of S.anf"rd, Mr and Mr. Robert Yater were with Mr and Mrs. Henry Yater Suni!a Carrying this Handsome Body Is the Famous Chandler Chassis : t..n... Foley's HoneyTah A. WILLIS, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Xi... CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, O rit AND QWntpVED ., TOBACCO STICKS $11. to flt per Thousand iiht A. H. BASTliN & CO. ppr l. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 5, 1919 W llllllli CARDS. J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE Oppotile Office Hour, ERADICATION OF CANADA THISTLE Bulletin Gives Methods for Control of Plant on Small and Large Areas. DESERVES SUCH HONOR, HE SAYS like tobacco. That's folks. That's flat, uninlcrestin' folks. An bitev but heatty an then that's folks like Velvet-mi- ld, . fren'ly, too. POLKS are a heap hot-heade- d, ;KENTUCKY. a In 12 anil Hotel I la S p.m. pj m ym ry Measurce Taken Should Aim it Complete Dcitructlon, at Few Survlv. Ing Planta Will Usually Cause Relnfestatlen. (Preparo! ly dip L'nllt.l mutci Drt'itrt- mini cf Agriculture ) " Iltery fnrincr who linn hail trouble In t militating I'nnnil.i thMIe will I'unmm' ltiilli'tln MtU cif I Sillies ! hi rt i t tit n trie ulilcli cHf fur Its con-- I ml mi Imtli miiiiII mill In TP' nrt-us- . (Yntrol fhoiihl film nt emu-plemy the hulli-tlli- . If only a few plants urn In-- , they will unlly ntio Mrluim rilntvstnlloii In I y short in a ni time. To wurv mull namm Ihoroticli i rndlcutlon 1 piirtMllitl, lm" i'itit ! rmnpli It In Johnson Feels Justifien In Praising Trutona As Peer of all Tonics. Lcxir.Ktor.. Ky., June, 4th, 1D19, Kurscl Jcfina.i, f ycart old, a retired furniture denier nml well known Lixintrtm roulcnl of iiu. So'itli Lime Stone trcct, has civen Trutona a thorough trial nml declares he can contcientiouily imionc it as the "lust medicine he has ecr taken". "Kor many years I've been trou.ilcd with constipation", Mr. Johnson suitl, "I constantly had to take n laxative. I would become to dizzy at times that I could hardly get around. I was nervous and restless at nichl. so bad I couldn't sleep, llcndaches bothered me continually. "Because of the relief I've gained I feel justified in saying that Trutona gave me more benefits than any other medicine I've ever taken. My bowels act with clock-lik- e regularity now; I don't experience the dizzy spells and my appetite is much better I hope others will try than before. Trutona and become convinced of its merits as I have " Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Lancaster, at R. I'.. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Tim Garrard IUnk Phonn Office 5. Residence 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Office o.rr J. A.Beazlev DIRECTOR Ofllrt- - Ow r Nntit.nni Hank. HrHidenctI'hor.e 3. Otl!fr 1'lu ne 17 LANCASTER. KV. irlinlilly liy Hum- - M. .1. PATRICK, Dtrntixt. Kentucky. Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call, Answered Promptly Day Nichl. rhon. 317. LANCASTER. or KENTUCKY Hoziaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. ( STANFORD, GIVE - KENTUCKY. ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER. Otilrr KENTUCKY. Drue Storr. ilfMrojIng nil I ! out li) frttpn-ntltup growth nf lli' plants. Since plants nm ii"lmlljl'- - fiHHl only tiy the nlil of tl." cretn la- - tin" fmiutnt rtitlui of tin- - lops tins up fiK ktordl In tin roots. Tho wi'iil In minli r to rmlliiit)' during ilmiiEhts than luring wrt weather, and operations o( hoelnt, plowing, hamming and ruttl- against the tlilulf ntttit: illn-clii- l should necr ! undertaken when Hit' Inml In wet. Eradication on Smalt Ann. the The importance of Ciinndn thistle on small nrtiis rnn i. hardly If oterestltnatrtl, sny th since the pest spreads nipldly ! direct nml a small patch inny the nniM' of Infesting nn entire farm before tin- - fnnner In nwnre of the presence of the uetil. The mot common nml prnctlcul method on small clltlllic of llir ana Is t Ik- 4 tlio Krc'ii crcuMli prrfrrntily r In nml-ii- l of thi- - oll. micri-nB- . to Eradication of Large Artaa. Tii irlnrinl pliinn of art-ni- t on- - ni'illrnt-lion InrKr clran rulllvulloii ulth n rmp, ami riiuiini-tiy n rullltntiil fiillolnC follcmnl rrop. Tin llrut incllnxl Iium tlio iicUiin-tact- without of kllllni; till ll"r uit of Hit-- land while wi tlolnx. Sunimt-fallow luc followttl liy a rultl-vati- tl In rheck tin- - top rrop Vtt-(Trow Hi unci slnrvc-- i the root tlit nliy i riullcatlni: the wittl. LADDER live nvir from prartliiil liH'lliii'l nf exterminating the uiiilirtri'iiii'l parts In to Mime Umim fr that tin- - pet tuyriir. The inot THE f ' FRIENDLY TOBACCO "F.li."jdly" is a very good word to describe the positively pleasing quality that sets VELVET tobacco apart. There 13 that indescribable something about VELVET that is associated in men's minds with the thought of a friend. It is a satisfying smoke never harsh; without a bite. Like a friend it "agrees" with you no matter how much you use it. Long, patient ageing in wooden hogsheads f (Advertisement ) BRADSIIAW MILL. Mrs. Hubert Long spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Baker. Miss Cora Rogers was a guest of Miss Anna Sanders Friday night. Mis: Anna Sanders was with his sister Mrs. Carl Baker Saturday night Mr. Burton Sanders has purchased a house and lot in Richmond price $5,525. Miss Anna Sanders and Mr. Joe Kelly motored to Round Hill Sunday 1 tlcivly. Good tobacco the same way. An army of men have learned this through VELVET. Today is a good time to get a lo of comfort out of a pipeful of friendly VELVET. Friendship must ripen does it. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mobe.-lean ! family were with her mother Mrs. K.i:i Sunday. Mi, Tilda Warmoth very dcligiit-full- y entertained a number of friends Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Prewitt and family were with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders the week end. Mrs. Tilda Prewitt of Nina has returned from a two weeks stay with relatives near Moberley. Mr. anil Mrs. L. V. Warmoth r.nd Tilda spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders. Mr. Floyd Snyder and bright little son. Harlan, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baker and littU daughter Ida Mae, were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mr. S. N. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Prewitt entertained, at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prewitt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arther Sebastian and little son, Loyd Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Bai-coPrewitt and daughter N'ora Lucille. Wet Porphy-t IS VERY CONVENIENT Roll a VELVET Cigarette mildntu and tmoalhmtu noli it jumX right effararraa. VELVETS natur-afd or ttorm 12 Ilouri a.m. 14 p.m. BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING and When Puthed Back Hay la Allowed to Be Thrown Down Behind With, out Filling to Floor. 15c fr ma TELEGRAPHY R.lMITr- ! ml Imliltr for .1 r I. .,f n .i I a liujloft, which I he ttwir tiiilll M..tirnl miii wliil.. Im .,. fnrI11 .,,, ... I In I 111- - I J .. . L ..i.. .,. mim II, u tim lr. ,. rvirv-iln- v um-- . mis a u,ii. wrltt-- rrl4.al r.r.l.irtl..p U..ll. llJlutl.ll.tiMM. LuiMWILBii n R. aaiTH.Leaiaiioa.air. rami nml lloinf. It nctnl not only !., l rn.rr.pin. .' NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, GRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. Hinged Stairway for Hayloft. lis n mtittnltnt liitlilrr, hut wlull .....l..ul I....-L- ' .ill. ...... I 111., lit... t. i... It unit prt-- t nttil thrown ilnnn It from fnlllm; out Into I In- - MuMe lloor. It wus mi wilthtiil that a Kllcht puili wouhl tip It l' t k out of Dddge Brothers MOTOR CAR y ' ' mot hut l.i'hetl tho approve the tatc ! emperors In purple, wl.n. I ee tbe wet porphyry pthhles. i:.'.tion. At Nnntaskt-Iti-i- i'. A FAMILY MEDICINE Black-Draug- LAWN anil GARDEN. TREE llluitraled Citato. NO AGENTS. la Her Mother'. Home, Says Tbii Georgia Lady, Regarding Relief From Headache, Malaria, Chilli, Etc. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. MARKETING SWEET POTATOES Much of Crop May Be Lott by Lack of Proper Care In Digging, Han. dllng and Preparing. (Prepared Kvt-- l,y'"' o( i ii may lui' Unltnl Btatea rxrart-mcAiirlrulture ) rrop of wt?ct inucli mnrkt t Tnluc by Hazelwood Sanatorium Tor thi Treatment cf lack of ami prcpnrutliin for market. Precauwhen tllpislnt; tion muit he olmt-ritt- l and liiinilllnis In prvw-nfrom lucoinlni: unslthtly protlurt of cuts, bruises, throuitli the int-ncand other defects. Tucrcu)oi will be sold in Lancaster and Garrard County exclusively by by the Loulitllle Anoci;tlon for the adequate ticaimrnl if tuber. culokli In all hi nagti at U i ilan r weit, In. ml. Katci J15.C0 eluding board, medical attention, laundry, etc. Illch pound com. I'tlljhl. mandlnceiteniheUcw. ful luiroundlnct. SrchliJt(for MilnialnrJ IoUll.ni BEST TIME FOR CULTIVATION Important Point With Young PlanU to Cultivate When Soil I In Condition. I hut rfkf m , Or. UiU"l l isMlb'f. II I. f" iwrxt. "'. J4Wul trcT. If It Is cot possible to slvo the young plauta u good cultivation on time co over tbe ground and do tbe beet you ran, then cultivate again ai aoon as poaalble. Tbe Important point Is to cultivate when tbe ground la la Um roper condition. KINNAIRD BROS. Phone Nojee. Lancaster, Ky. Ringgold, Ga. Mrs. Chas. Gaston, "I am a user of this place, In fact. of Thedford'B It was ono of our family medicines. Also In my mother's home, when I was a child. When any of us children complained of headache, usually caused by eons'lpatlon, she gave us which would a dose of Often' In the rectify tho trouble. Spring, we would bavo malaria and chills, or troubles or tcis kinu, w pretty regwould take- - Black-Draugular until the liver acted well, aud we would toon bo up and around again. Wo would not ba without It. for It certainly has saved us lots of doctor bills. Just a doso of Black-Draugwhen cot to well laves a lot of days in bed." nas ceen Tbedroras iiucK-urnugIn use for many years In tho treatment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles, and the popularity wll.a It now enjoys, la proof of Its cirri:. It your liver Is cot doing lu duty, jou will suffer from euch disagreeable lymptous as t"P.d.1che, biliousness, constipation, tcl'restlon. etc., and unless something Is done, serious result. trouble mar has been Thedfordi Black-Draugfound a YaJuable remedy for the troubles. It la purely vocetable, and sorts In a Dromnt and natural way, ,racuUUnc the liver to Its proper itincuona sou cicbhsiuk i"? w Thed-ford'- s. Try 1'. Insist on Impurities. Ins ortsical and genuine. t fhe Central Record, Lancaster, 3C Ky. Thursday, June 5. 1919 t Have Your Tires Retreated DC 3C1CZ1C CHANGED By FLORENCE HIS MIND ARMSTRONG, Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e can half sole-a- nd cess of retreading-n- ot price. rebuild a tire at less than half 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Walnut Street. 1C Danville, Kentucky. n ii ir irrlC 1C CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER It was precisely 8:33 en Friday morning when Mollis Wlnslow made his resolution. The local from Turtle n, Itle.-Junctiofive miles north, was wheosdng Its unsteady wny down the track, lent lug Wlnslow on the plat form al Cherrjdiile. glowering helplessly nfter Its steadily retreating, wavering outline. "Hint s,.(ies UP he exclaimed as he turned with savage stride toward the only parage In the village. "I'll advertise In tomorrow morning's paper. Whoever heard of n backwoods place where the trains run nheud of timet Window's business wns In the city. 15 miles nway, where he had lived until the Inst two jears. Then, by the death of nn aged nunt, whose especial faor he had always enjoyed, he hud Inherited a huge old mansion In Cher-rjdalwhere the old lady had lived and died, nnd whither. In her will, she bade the young man come nnd live. It w its under protest that Wlnslow had compiled with this provision of the bequest. This morning. lioweer. his dislike of the arrangement had blossomed Into the full flower of rebellion, nnd the threats, so often made nnd retracted, to forego the jmssesslon of the property which had become a white elephant on his hands, were fulfilled. Ills first net, wlien the Cherry-dal- e automobile bad d posited hi in at the door of his ottlce building, was to telephone the Sentinel nnd enter an adertSe:ner.t for the sale of the es- "My dealer was right they do satisfy!" , .As he stepped from the necomnnv d.ttlon early Saturday afternoon. Wins, low regarded the wintry landscape He had with profound satisfaction. Over One Half Million nn npisilntinent with n prospective htier who was coming on the next ON "ROLL OF HONOR."' train, nnd the countrjsMe nlwnys showed to better iiiltnntage under this clnr. bright sunshine. linnet er. It J. J. Walker, V. Pres. F. Hudson, President, B. was tcry hard going, be reflected, on thes, lev road. i:nd the wind blew W. O. RiRney, Asst. Cachier W. F. Champ, Cashier, iieross tin- - open spaces with u lolenee N. C Hamilton, Clerk. rnlculuted to sweep n lighter person Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. Wlnslow off his precarious foothold. turned up his collar to meet the arctic blasts, shovel Ms hands deep down Into his huge pockets, and strode on Dally Thought. Ring? toward the whlto-plllarchoue at the Who Owns the There Is no better hulhit fur keep- Joining of the crossroads. nn "ngugement ring Is nf longThat er the property of n joung lady who ing the mind steady on It keel nnd RavHe linked up suddenly as nn Icy breaks tier engagement I' the recent ing It from nil risk of crcnklness than wind whistled through the rattling girl business. Lowell. tree-topverdict of an KnelMi court. The making! shower of crystals In the case had broken off the engage-men- t, Apthat danced around his feet. hut decided to keep the tokens, proaching him from the nngle wits the Java Tea Experts. of regard as souvenirs until the court figure of K girl. He wonJ,na leas small, trim In the tea world the rl- interfered. Savannah News. dered what mad errand could have Is notable. Kxports from the Island nr to reuih lOU.O'JO.OOO sent her out to tread those glnssy soon expected roads this afternoon, when the same poumls n year. Time. blast caught her hut. Irrespective ol Time I a mystery which ne have hatpins. She clutched restraining arbitrarily divided Into a pant nnd a . Raiting Foxes on Ranches. wildly to regain It, struggled franticRaising ranch-brefoxes I an Infuture, that we may understand someally to maintain un upright position, thing of t. In Itself we may be aldustry that Is being mfHed on ex. nnd collapsed In n llttl heap, from most certain that It Is but nn Immense, tenlvely In all the Canadian pro luces which she endeavored In vain to arise. eternal motionless present. In which In at least a dozen of the northern"Hurt!" Wlnslow demanded anxall that bus taken place Immutably, most states of the United States, and beginning In Japan nnd Norway, nil iously as he bent over her. He had In which tomorrow, save In the ephelying In inwli the same climate belt, reached her side In two reckless meral mind of man. Is Indistinguishable from yesterday nnd today. From adapted to domesticating the black Jumps. "I guess not," she replied, making "The Double Garden," by Maurice foS under the most favorable another effort, and crumpled up again. Maeterlinck. "We'll have thet doctor here In a Jiffy." Wlnslow snld, as he unceremoniously lifted her In his arms and carried her Into the library of the big house. For once he was grateful that he wns not living In town In bachelor apartments. Half nn hour later, when the doctor had departed. Klliabeth Langdon drew a sigh of sheer happiness as she leaned back In the big grandfather chair before the crackling wood tire. she home!" "Wliat n wonderful At her side Mood a tea breathed. housekeeper tnb'e on which Wlnslnw's had set forth the golden beverage.wlth I'ngllh inulllns and currant Jelly, listening ns she did so that this sparwas made from kling transparency fruit raised .on the premises, which anywhere uround the was the finest countryside. Wlnslow turned abruptly from the Ve are equipped with machinery to do all kinds lire, .where be wns stooping to encourage the flumps to leap still higher. Ills c)e took In the plensunt domestic scene. An uttriictlte girl, who was also n pluck, one, before his made things look different. "What a "I fool I'te been I" he ejaculated. It for sale today nnd somenow to look It over," one's due here he muttered, somewhat Inaudlbly, On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can "Perhaps he won't take It." she ofyou with a new battery or repair your old furnish fered, "but It's perfect! All the simple one. dignity of It" she Indicated It with n y sweeping glume. "Oh! If you had to battery charger We have installed lite In nn apartment In the city ns I and are now ready for battery charging. do, utid noter see the country dressed on n Saturday nfter In Its With our Aceytclene and Oxygen Welding Mamuni, jou'd be willing to ay for It chine we can weld 'most any broken part of an autoWilli a broken tinkle, too," she ended mobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any laughingly. time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any A harsh, J.ingllng sound Interrupted. other kind of machinery, call us and wo will be glad Wlnslow stepped Impatiently to the to come to your rescue' either day or night. No jobs tclophorio. "Whor MeQuiigl at Jentoo large or too small. kins' drugstore? Well, don't cornel Can't help It; that's an owner's prlvl-leg- e We also carry a large stock of auto parts for t Sorry. Hotter tnke the next Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New . train buck. I hear It whistling now-Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any You'll have to hurry, No. Positively! other gasoline on the Market. Mr. Mrtjung. It's ahead of lime." We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wllishiw hung up the receltcr with n rl uckle. "I'.leHslngs on that Turtle Wash and Polish Autos. Hlter nation muster. He cut that Garage Open' Day and Night. Satisfaction short for" me. The old codger wanted guaranteed. to buy without een looking at the place!," Kllrnbeth's face wore u charming expression of suspended ipiestlon. Ing. Wlnslow leaned ticrnn the luble. "I'erhrps I'd belter not say yet why my mind" he hesitate,!, I changed r.llzabeth's eyes dropped to her teaHENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. cup. He stumbled and grew red. PAINT LICK, KY. "Perhaps," she said softly, "you'd ha Phone 31. a little ahead of time." ICopyrUht, 11. by the McClura Netre-- Capital and Surplus S100.000.00 Assets Dollars. tate. There's more to c cigarette than "pleasing the taste." Other cigarettes, besides Chester fields, can do that. But Chesterfields do more Ihey begin where the rest of 'em stop! Because Chesterthey let you fields "touch the smoke-spot- ," they do SATISFY! know you are smoking There you have it SATISFY. It's all in the blend a blend of fine selected TURKISH and DOMESTIC tobaccos. And the blend can't be copied. That's why it':; Chesterfields or nothtn-- if you want this new tiling in cigarette enjoyment. ifl-t- l 91 liClCil CIGARETTES of Turkish A. 2 J CM tl and Domestic tobaccos -- blended STOP! LISTEN! REPAIRING LOOK! New Screw Fastener. Inventor has patented screw fastener for wool bale bundl tin enables the bales to be madu tight .i.l nnlt the use of narrow band thereby sating steel. An Australian Attention Lamb Shippers. AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE Patrick & Conn. To assure prompt movement of all live itooc from Central Kentucky Spectacles. Nashville Kail Uoad, arrangements have Just The word Is derlted from the Latin points on the Louisville and Kow-lan- d "speiiuculum," which mentis show, been completed for the handling of live stock from stations between and Iiichmond, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train leav-iii- fr exhibition, display for the gratifies-tlon.o- f the ee. etc. The word easily LexitiRton ut 8:35 I'. M. Schedule is ns follows: ueromnnkitid Itself to describe the In the thirteenth cenglasses luw-ntitury, some say by n Florentine monk o ill Spina, und othtmmod ers by linger Itacon. They surely crefor persons Ions Inated n 70. flicted with defeclUe sight. 11:4.'. A. M. Ky I.v How land Ky 12:01 I. M. Lv Gilbert KY. TEATERSVILLC, Ky 12:15 1. M. Lv. Lancaster Ky 12:45 1'. M. Lv. Hyattsville, to Bob A. T. Snndjrs sold a cow 1'. M. Ky 12 Lv Point Lenvell Long for 10 cents per pound. Ky 1:31 P. M. Lv Faint Lick Ky spent 2:00 P. M. Lv Silver Creek-L.Mr. und Mrs. Jesse Lonit Ky 2:25 P. M. Dunrannon Sunday witli his parents Mr. utid Mrs. Ky 2:40 P. M. Lv Fort Kstlll Dave Long. Ky 2:50 P, M. Ar Kichmond Kundwrs and baby spent Mrs. James CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. pnrents, Mr. nnd Thursday with her Ky 4:00 P. M. , Lv Kichmond Mrs. K. H. Kay. Ky 4:30 P. M. Lv lied House Mrs. William Simpson of Mr. und Ky 4:15 P. M. Ar.Winchester spent Sunduy with Mr. Luncnstir, CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. C6. K. t. firow. nnd Mrs. Ky 4 :15 P. M. Lv Winchester spent the Miss It cue Ilrudshuw Ky 5:09 P. M. Lv Wyandotte Mr. wctk-en- d with her croud-parentKy 5:21 P. M. Lv Avon nnd Mrs. Alex Layton. Ky 5:20 P.M. LvFenwick Ky 5:55 P.M. Farmer in this vicinity Lave taken Lv Montrose Ky 0:30 P. M. ailvantacc of the past few hot day Ar Lexlncton to weed their crops. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 Ky 8:35 P.M. Mrs. Mary Sander und family and L' LetiiiKton Ky 4:00 A. M. Miss Irene Grow attended preaching Ar LouUvlllc at Scotts Fork, Sunday. The TJourbou Stock V'lti'.s is located on the rails of the L. And N. It. H. pnt at Louisville, und live stock cun be placed for unloading Itimcdiutcly upon Mis Inci Hay of K. K. S. N thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling Central Kentucky shipthe past week end with her parents, pers to market their stock the day after loading. .Mr. nnd Mr. K. B. Kay. Ship your Live Stock to Louisville, the South' Greatest MsrUet. Mr, K. V. Grow und family, Mrs. Otto Simpson nnd attractive little daughter, Juanita were In Danville last week. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. irnu, THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 5 1919. f mm ovrrtJI i"ft itie.e timftle finer llir.n. Am ,ni. r in &frlt i.r prcvn wy finuhi--J lurniture J ccnt arpiare tcit. Dim k.n on rath It FARMERS OVERLOOK VALUE OF PEANUTS Great Difficulty ing 3 llll AT Exists in ProcurPure Seed. x n LiL rr llr, doon. tI if.l)lc:lnTlrrf,ljf,linJrrlilf on. CHI-NAM- If .1 I. I - rr ... ...1.. woodwork n.l rnlhardwTjodfini.h. Cut ahcut Iratn in grain in 5 minute at Few Yean ef Proper Selection Will Clva Grov.er Strain of Seed That Cannot Oe Had From Any Cthcr Source. , (t'nrnrrd nro not l.y II. tr 11 t'nltnl KUtc Aitrkult .re ) I)p.irt-min- t THE STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY Krnrtrly lndulry tin- - i!ny tmc ohio vaaNitM comunt clcvclano. o DRUU STORK, In Hie Suulli. It In Iiiilnii, Hint Ilii- - Kiullitrn fjruicrn liumi Ioiik ovirl'Miktil llio real tuluv ri'ohnl ulutlw pna Hint Inquiries FI LIVE tn Hit-- nunut McROHKRTS THE NATIONAL BANK OH LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY, Surpliks J. K. &30,ooo. pninut ut ii part of tlulr troi-plr.- c fjHliiii nml Unit Hip prexent lilcli iimrkct prlii-- i of punutn wen- - mc- sMiry In nuiiki'ii Hie fnrmrrs to tlulr i' portiiiilty. Notlilni; lum Iiiiii found Hint will i'X(l tin-- truo SpnnlKli surlily for Kdii rul cultivation on foutli ii h fiiniis. (Iriiit dlllicully uiWh li.AU'MT, In procuring pun mciI. The lily wny Hint Hio fiirnnrn of the .South inn Ik- - Mire of u IiIrIi prodllrlliK urn I n of pure b'puuUli N liy croulne H mil putch from epeclnlly udectcd of Tldrtj-Kl- PUBLIC AUCTION LUNSFORD & TAMME, I'roidcnt. S. C. DKNNY. CnMtt J. It. HAItltlS. In.livtilual Hook-keepIIUOH JIOIUr.Y, (Icncral STOIi.MKS, Viccl'rcst. C. M. THOMPSON, Toiler,. In tin- - clit'll will plnnt un urn-- , pntih. If proirly and u otio-ncliandli'd, will produci' I'IioiikIi Hid to (hiuikIi of lit an b'pnnlh piunuli mI Sifety Ocposit Boxes For Rent. WC SOLICIT YOUR 11USINESS. fi. II. Swincbrond, Alex It. Denny, J. II. I'oey, J, V.. Stormo, S. C. Denny, A. T Sander. Dr W. M. Klliott. Director. plant nliout ?i iicriH tin- - next yinr. With tldt fiict lii foro tliilii, It sliould lc it coiiipunitlM'ly iny MKiltir for Hio ptnuut crotttm tn urt on Hit rlfht I'll vlx, mi fur un Hio mi iI mil ply It coint rntil. 'I ho Hcd umiI for plant liiK Hio Med Hire should tlrnt he THE WIRE REAL nirrfully Mlnlid In tin- - hhI, tlull Deere and Oliver Riding Cultivators $50.00, Deere and Wood Mowers $65 and $68.00, Binders, $215.00. Double shovels and five tooth Cultivators $5., Twin inch repairs, Brown and Brown Manley points. Walking Cultivators $12.50. American National Fence, Cultipackers, Cheap. Screen Pettus Scales, and Buck-Boardoors $1.50 to $2.25. Goods Exchanged for Liberty Bonds. d, rlu lit ii hy IiiiikI, nml Hio fin Hid ptim upilli tan fully coin' ot r, und all Hint uro "oil" color or Inferior either In kl7.i or !uip should lit tllscuriled. A few jiupt of proper selection will glw Hio fnnm r n Mmln of need pea nut for lil comlltloiiN thut cannot he had from liny other Miune. liy thin method, lop'llur with proper cul' turnl priiitlccN nml crop nitntlon, the jlcld nr mre tun he crtatly In iriiiM'd. Ahout the only mcthml wlierthy the farmiT cuti hope to make u profit l hy cuttlne hin production roMs throiiKli IncreiiMil jleldi tier nrre. 'I he future of the peanut In dustry In the South In nlmoKt with out limitation", and the farmers who Cet Into Hie hu'lnot ou the licht hn-l- s nre pilni; to ohtuln the hlthesl plotltN. ON CONTROL ESTATE MEN OF DANVILLE, KY.. willsell for M. F. Germann, on Wednesday, June 11th tion to the highest and best bidder, without reserve or limit, his beautiful home, known as at 2:30 p. m., rain or shine, at public auc- J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. II Optlmlitlc Thought. the nohlet who has rnltwd hlmclf by hit own merit tn n Mchnr station. 1 OF COHON WILT PoUcn Dottle Warning. Imttl, Tn i!Mlrrulli fontiilnlns polxiii In tlic dark n n,ntptpr luitid tn irirlrcle them with u'i ) taltia; fur their InM hn tun lintnted. In Have Reiulted Demonstrations Planting Larger Acreage of Re alttant Variety. CLOVERDALE FARM. 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 line 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 barn with concrete floors. The barn is 42xS4, 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. trrfparrd br Demon'-trntlon- th t'nli-- d Pnitci Depart ment or Acricuiiure ) conductctl liy the Wham Matter With You, Man? "Wliv won't I iliij demanded Hit nf ."VO pmind illplncement, m 'In Inillcnniitly wnted the want nC Pror.table Well action In hl fnce. "Didn't )nu ml lertl-- e for fl stout WOlllrlll to ilo hou A lVnii)lni!."i inni . iiiilnii Hint lim work J" IndlumipolN Slur. lnvn for pi troli'itin In "o. lonilila lin 1 ' d a "i ll Hint inl un a irotltntdy n(ti r minc llirouch oil' Much Cut Upl and". One day recently n dllnpldntrd. rn thetlc mnn entered ttio olllce of the White Paper. Syracuse MmIIciiI colli e and orreri-Tl'o wlilto injur nf nlilrh news. to tell bin lndy cheap, mldlne that Io r Hto mnilo l !S wa out of work ami nlniot dlscour- frnt cpruci" 1'iin nilitnl tn n ut nfed. "You're nlmot dlcournced, nre v.il Hint you J" nupt rlntciidcnt, who j nnil tlii'ii (finirtitl lulu paper. No the niHHl Is n in:ll:il,li. nlun) tried to rhnnirc the dttcrmtmi- - ofln-- r for mrpo Hon of tliev unfortuniiti'". "Why. tld nnd In innklni; newpa' man, If jou sold jour Nily tn u tho xr, r;mll'nrd n ml oilior iier und flrt chamc our student, cot they'd pn"T prodm-t- i td country ronutni' P iti.i"" take tin licnrt out of jou nitlri'ly I" cnriN of rpruv ml jinrly. n I.-r'C'urtuoiii Mucailno. city TIiiio. Im!) l ulled Males ilepurtinrnt of lifrlcul Abbrevlitlng Namev pioneer kIi. up beautiful ture on Hie control of cotton wilt. width lime heeii In pmcress for ev iinmcN nml tin' imiMmI iiuthorltli-- i tlivra. San rrunckru (.'hron- - trnl jeurt, ri"ultil lu- -t year In the planting of a larirer ncreace of w slstnut coiioii thnn iter hefore with Tin' ti. tl i.t 47 t,' ri Va2 Kelly Cotton Plant Dettroyed by What Home Papers Say About Corn Wilt Grown on Cloverdale Farm. Mr. M. F. Germann, Lebanon road farmer has not only demonstrated beyond any question that' he is one of the most successful hojr growll ers in the county, but can all in growiiiK the proJ.i'cc thut it takes to make the ho, If you doubt the truth of thU statement, go to the Varniers National Hank, of this city, and take a peep at a sample of torn which .Mr. Germann lias 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 gooil samples that the owners have taken them out. r ex-ce- . Springfield TIRES BUYING Keliy-Springfield nn niliial mivIiii; rmilly In excess of that of any previous year. The crcat poMdhllltles of thU work nre shown hy from two cotton pliiutcrs In South Carolina who Halo Hint tlmlr siilnu last year through crnnliiK wilt. rcsistnnt cotton was npiiroxltnati'ly $11 (The Danville Messenger) .'..(Ml. FOR SUCCESS WITH PULLETS and TUBES Careful, Coniclcntloua Work la Real Factor In Moat Every Caie Don't Take Chancet. by the United Statea Depart- mrni 01 Agriculture.) enrly laying pullet next full don't lake uuy ilinnces. AlwuyK reineinl.er Hint Hie future to u larto extent In the direct outcome of ye tirday and today. One often lieurN the term "kimkI luck" or "had luck" In connection Willi liatchlnt or hroud-Ihkwhen un a mutter of fact, luik, ItihhI or I'fid, wouM he more properly termed irood or had mnnai;ement. If one la "unlucky" cnouiili to fortret to llll the lamp or close the door uKulnst tutu or rat, one may he unlucky enough to meet with lonen. Unfortu-nutclluck ilocn piny a part once In aw Idle, both for irood or tad. Careful, rofsclenllouN work la the real factor for s'icccsn In most every case, (I'rrrared other tires with the hope of getting mileage is the triumph of hope over experience. Dealers In Garrard county: for jour (The Danville Advocate.) There is a 'splendid exhibit, consisting of several enormous ears of corn in the Farmers National Hank, the same having been raised by Mr. F. M. Germann nt his farm on the -- Alum Springs pike. This corn was the largest ever exhibited in Danville, measuring 14 2 inches In length and 10 2 inches in circumference, and entitles Mr. Germann to the title of "Champion Corn Raiser" for lloyle county. It is claimed that it takes only thirty-seve- n Aars of the size shown to make a bushel. Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick, Ky Lunsford & Tamme, M. F. Germann Phone County 8702, Danrillt, Ky. Stormes Drug Store, Lancaster,Ky Real Estate Agents, Danville, Ky. Capt. T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. 1 i I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 5. 1919 I. .aSB I THE BETTER PART By VICTOR REDCLIFFC. "So jou niul Corn have decldeil to embark iijxin the sea of matrimony, llrllir . .i.- - - ' I Mi K'.a BE& mm 1 1 Tsfcaa Ttblespooufnl o( DevonU to a Glassful of water. mou know how you felt you who have had the "flu." That easily tired feeling. You nrc "all in" after the least exertion. tgjjjjj; m. .Inst seems ns It vou cannot tret your sircninu ihick. mru and months sometimes have gone by till you wonder if you ijiiljil' ore ever poing to get well ngain. That is because you have not been drinking Dcvoiiiu, t'.ie American Medicinal Mineral AVater. Iteally wmtlerful are the reports that have come to lis entirely unsolicited of the way Devonia has helped people after the "flu." . ..k Its action is alterative and reconstructive. It enables the ltody to rid itself of the poisons left by the "llu." It tones up your system and very quickly you find yourself looking better and feeling better. vicor returns. You feel like yourself once more. Your The reason that Devonia is no helpful, not only after the flu," but iii so many other human ailments, is that it contains those elements which, as far back as human knowledge goes ftito the past, have been recognized us helpful to the human system. By drinking Iievonia regularly a taiiiespooniui in a glassful of water decayed food elements which have . acted as poisons in the body are loosened uml carried otT. i !:! It is their presence in the bowels which have in many cases retarded am even preveijt,il complete. recovcrvt :!:: Devonia is kiiottli' alul itulorsed by the medical profes- i?i::t: leading physicians everywhere. sion, and is prescriWd by Its effectiveness in cases of Constipation, Rheumatic Affections, Hardening of the Arteries, High Blood Pressure, ;::;::;! Eczema and similar skin diseases has been demonstrated - time and again. Devonia comes to you' just as Mother Na ture skillfully compounded it in her own lalsv It is ratory, a thousand feet underground. not changed, altered or condensed in any way. That is why it is so good for It is nature-made- . you. So heavily lndcn is it with natural remedies that, as we have said, a tablespoonful in a glass of water is enough to take at a time in most instances. Thus a dose costs you only about u cent and a half, making it the cheapest remedy you can buy. Devonia is to be had at niost drug stores in the 111 city. If you are desirous of knowing more about this wonderful medicinal water, write for our booklet, "The Story of a VTell Man." Perhaps the facts lilll it relates may have an important message for you. lTse the coupon. vw " J HUUt CO., Incorporated. Owensboro, Ky. Gentlemen: Please send me your booklet. "The Story of a Well Man." (If you are a sufferer from any of the disesses mentioned in the above ad., please write it on the line below.) THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING NAME ADDRESS " BstcuHX dtUnt Osuoro Kf. "loi.ilu"6act: 1411 l.bor.torm. Sprints aod Bolting PUat. Lortan. Ohio. BmUlog If your Uruziflat doer not ha.-- Pconia, write to Exclusive Office. The Devonian Mineral Springs Co, corporated, Uwensbcro, Ky iietail Drug: Trade supplied by Uielr Wholeiale Druggists. Should Have Known Him. Itnhcrt has mi uncle v ho takes crest delight In teasf ond iisklug iiuestlons pipe Is associated only with Scotland, fur this Instrument Is centuries old of hU little nephew every time be gets and tins nlwaya been known In Asia. a chance. One day he asned lilin If People danced to the music of the bag-pll- be knew who Oeorge Washington wan. In the thirteenth century, the "For luercy Hikes," exclaimed Hob-er- t, "don't you know who fleorge Itaphael pictures a bagpiper, Washington Is! Why, he's the man imd didn't the Tied Piper of Ilumelln that Invented Americana.' piny this same Instrument? Age of th Bagpipe. support- - that the bag- In- - It Ii wrong to Heat and Tuberculosis. James It. Slurjiby nnd Krue- -t Sturm (Journal of Kiperlnientnl Medicine) eok tul'Jci-temice to heat and n Inter InoculattM them ulth a ntnilu of tiil.erculoH lrulent for inlcc. Tlieoe rnltnnl dlplnyl a greater reUtance than normal. Makeshift, A Mrnnce family hail recently moved at It Were. Scene From Rollicking Comedy, "It Pays to Advertise' Fifth Night of Chautauqua e- - JHfe J Ilobert had Into the nelchhorliood. made the acquaintance of the Miiall m.ii nnd had lenrneil from liliu that Ihe man wos only the hoy's Ktepfnth-r- , nnd. In explanation to me, Itohert s:ild: "It ain't James' own daddy, mamma ; he's JuM n oerond handed c:ie." Chicago Tribune. Japan's Delightful Climate. Japan Is considered, because of Its delightful climate, the playground of the liist. Itesldents of other countries of the far ISit Indies, the settlements, and the Strait lloeli to Julian In the hot Mllnmer to enjoy Its mountain rcoorts. Iinotith to the large tourtxt business resorts present all the I some of these e advantages. i These Oaya of Hysteria. Unit thess playing Is It t l)lnc out. In the old da)s, when rla dlil not have Kissesslon of the I ind mid the Inhabitants thereof, chess Now we 'aylng was quite popular. am n steuin-hentecivilization, with no time for ftudy for the mere delight of le rnlng. lteiuember when l'uul .Murphy of New Orleans was Ihe chess Angeles izard ot the world? Times. Is rlnlmiKl Is "Jt Pays to AdtertlM-,- " which uppears here on the fifth night of the Chau tauiiua, Is absolutely cleuu and holeoiiie, and thlk fact, coniblneti with the rich Americanism of lt humor, the mpld liro Idioms contuliied In tho dialoguu and the many clever lluutlop effeeled ninrkiil Its New York production as tho most kuccenkful comedy drama In jears. The story Is told with contiiglom tervo and vigor uml tho dluhuue Is written with a real feeling for that particular tjpo of humor that bus been rccognlieil as purely American slncu the day of Hen Franklin. Once Powerful Empire. not even i:g)pt, made a deeier mink In the history of the ancient world than MesoHitiimla. For thousands of years It was the Kent of the Asjrlun and l'.ah)loulnn empires. To the bountiful rcwurcei of nature Us peoples added tlnsu of artSind s- lemv, and the country during tho "iiturles waxed not only In material 'cnltli and military poer, but nl-- o culture. The undent glory of '.. bus passeil, but the , lur remain No country, Is n tine girl," declared Myron Illalr. "I'd ought to know, for she Is tnj sMit-Iii-Ihw- . She will make ynu n goml wife, only me piece of mhlce, mother-in-law.- " cat out the "I bnnlly imderslnnd you." sike Wallace llrlll, wllb manifest resentment. "You will when you get farther along In jour See here, ns relatives prospective by courtesy, I can be plain with jou. If one principle was Instilled Into my nature by prejudice nnd observation It was the mother-in-laproblem. When I Hurried llella Mayne I made up my ml ml e to run no risks of having a fussy, old lady on my hnnds. Of course I nld nothing to llella. Of eonrje I treatisl Mrs. Mayne with nil due respect. Firmly, persistently, though. I ndopted a policy of proeisl. are that set up Ihe bars against any mothcr-ln-lalmalon. I settled down In a house at Ihe farther end of the village on piitrose, so Mrs. Miiyne wouldn't I'.nd It con.venlent to runJn on us every day. When theTwi? dill-drecame nlong I saw to It that they i(ldn't come under her rule nnd Infill-nicIn any wny. No, sir! I tell ou. llrlll, Ihe nun who wants a househoM must keep the mother-in-laat a distance. Hello! There's n man I want to see on business," nnd the voluble speaker darted off. Wallace m glad. In another moment he would hnvf been unable to control his Indignation. To Mm Ihe mother of hl bride exiiechiTiT was ul- 'mot ii part of herself, ami n prj"n for whom he felt a dutiful and respectful consideration, Then, aguin, Wnl-locknew something of "the system" of Myron Itlalr nnd Its results. It bad not worked, exeepf for the selfish liene-fi- t of shallow, Itlulr. As Wallace was well aware It hud brought misery nnd iinhnpplness to other. victims who mad no coin- p'slnt, but silently their wretchedness heeaUse they were of n nohlo, nature. When Illalr Installed the daughter In n home two miles nny, Mrs. Mayne exKrl enc.M a lonetlneNs Hint might havebivn easily nvohleil. When Itlnlr Jealously restrlctist the children to only occa slonnl formal visits to their grand mother. It almost hroke her heart. The absence of her mother at critical June- tures In her life meant suffering nnd n broken constitution for llella, and the boastful. Insensate Illalr fancied Unit ns n model disciplinarian he was H decided success. Wullsce Itrlll had not known a mother's enre from early childhood. When he began to pay attention to Cora May n It seemed as though her mother came to fill a precious place In bis life. Very cu refill was Mrs. Mayne to refrain from Intruding her tier sonallty or her views upon this new prospective son ln luvv, but she bestowed many a grateful look upon him and her old, wearied heart warm ed toward him, as he clearly stimuli that he not only desired, hut cherished her Interest and counsel In the problems that confronted Cora uml himself on the threshold of their matrimonial venture. Walluce was ilolng well In a bus. ness way. He bad been thrifty and had accumulated sufficient to enable li m to start out In life with n home of hit own. When he first spoke to uri of this It was In the presence of her mother. "Well, I setthsl about a lot today," he uunounrod In Ids brisk, pleasant wny. "I sny, mother, there's one ills, I have tried to get ns appointment. near us possible to the old homestead here, but the mily vacant lot that fitted to my money acquirements was two squares down the street." " "That- - that Is not far, Is It, the old lady. Her tones were tremulous. "If you will put on your spectacles, mother," went on Wallace, "we'll nil draw up to the tnble and look over Mime plans for n new house I got from the architect tihiy. "There," ns he settled her In the most comfortable hair nnd directly nt hl side, "with nut h counsellors as you precious two, I'll wnrrunt we'll have n regular little palace." Willi his pencil Wallace went over the plans parlor, dining room, Uti lien, bedrooms, closets, itTnl then he a special apartment. "I'm throwing myself on Hint room," emphnslr.ed Wnlluee with u token of rare pride In his tones. "Sunlight on tlilee sides, ventilation perfect, convenient to nil the other rooms In the house. What do you think of It, mother?" "Your den. I supisise?" said Mrs. Mayne. "Oh, no," repllisl Wallace promptly. Thai's your room, mother." "My room!" fullered the old lady, all a tremble. "All your own, and no one else's," declared Wallace, "How do you like It?' Sirs. Mayno fixed her faded eyes upon tho speaker with a devotion nnd gratitude that thrllb-- him mightily. Then upon his shoulder sank her silvered head. And then, her arm about litiu. Joining In the grateful sobbing of that dear old soul, Clara Mayuu clasped both In her arms and Wallace llrlll felt that life was Indeed wcet. e." 'Com "I am happy ami fortunate In saying The Cultivator You Hear About ""THERE nre n lot of cultivators on the market. Some are good others not so good. But there is one that neatly every farmer has heard about . .- International No. 4 Pivot Aile Cultivator 4 wiihaNo.-)- . dim,-ntlc- n Clsncrs me be will beat job. You tin JjJcom crooked raws an J tlein cut t!ie weeJi In a Way that ViII i uimne yon. i his is because the wheel, pitot the g.ngs shift with one s.ighi motion of ihe fool, Ii it the simple.! cult. . tot you rode en. i cv can clonge tho cultivating wiJlh . about .topping the teaa. Just a Iwut o! il.c riit. The cn'r" way ta t itsfy yourself thai we aie not stretching the truth and alM la about tho many other caclusiva fe.luic. oi lha No. 4 i to cocoa Every man l!iat has ever used nn International No. 4 is ready to aay n cood word for itsclean work nnd easy operation, r.vsry man that bus a bey of M or over ought to put him In tbt fitU l,;ddt lir? .nj ar Inur.J'j'. I .h iiour mdisIcs. BECKER & BALLARD Bryantsvllle, Kentucky. Veth, Indeed It Ith. Said the fntetlous feller: "It's pretty bard to convince n mere ninn that tils wife hnsn't n thing to weur when he has tn nnit two hours theater time for her to put It on." Wholesome Don't. Wisdom In Saving. A mm may. If he knows not how to Hive us he gets, keep his nose all his uod die not life to the grindstone worth n groat at last. Ion'l lose jour lemi-r- . more lniiirliince to keep A Windfall. The origin of "vv Indfnll." In the sens of "rood lurk." date from the time of Mad Musicians. William the Conqueror. It was thrn a Among profcsstimnl men nctor.i anp-- criminal offense to rut timber In the Dlv the irreilfest timtMirtlno nf lnnmlM forets. Only such could be gathered Then come. In onler, musicians, civil ns ihe wind had blown down; hence, servants, clergy men. writers nnd Hit-o- a hcuvy windstorm vvns Imlbs) by the nnd nrmr men. The wnrirl..r la pinsants ns so much g luck, nnd that editors do not figure much higher from this comes the modern applicain me list. tion of the expresshm. nerves of the whole family on edft because of some omission. It Is of nr gotnl enir-et- l nnd undisturbed even If things do go n little wrong than to net the Best Government. The pron-- r function of a government Is to nmke It easy for ople to do itishI nnd dlnVult for them to d.i evil. Gladstone. V T The Maxwell R 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 ONK THAT MORE NEARLY APPROACHES THE IDEAL THAT HAS STIMULATED ALL EFFORTS IN THE PAST. There is still the one Chassis Model, but it is as different from the Chassis of five years ago as a youth who enters his first year in College differs from the man who has completed his Senior year. The MAXWELL PLEASURE CAR has finished course in the School of Experience a a five-yecourse that qualifies it to pass any examination that may be demanded by the pleasure car purchaser. We sell them nnd will gladly give you a demon, stration. Nine Factories delivery. Repairs for these Promptly. operating cars can insures PROMPT here be cotlen CENTRAL GARAGE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Distributors for GARRARD AND LINCOLN COUNTIES. v. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.t Thursday June 5, 1919 Our Best Offering of Summer Blouses. As the season advances the new Blouses; in spite of their underlying simplicity seem to be- come more charming. The Addition of new arrivals in Organdie, Voile and dainty Silk Blouses make our present showmg the most attractive of the Season. "" Our Spring and Summer style displays are lovely to see. Won't you consider this your in- vitation to call. ONLY A FEW Like the Flowers that bloom in the spring I'M I PPT 1 d t movil' ve" stock are you ,o uke ad- and we vantage of this opportunity and ,ee what we have at or 25 per cent off. SEE THEM TODAY. t aid" w.t 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 ar 1- the height f the boot mak" art. The fitting is superior glove like and satisfac- tory. representing QUALITY STORE. The Joseph Mercantile Co. See a new Shipment of Carpets whlcn have just arrived. ONE PRICE. Miss Clara Cinh of Slanforil is nn .Mrs. Epping of Louisville, Is the Sutton, Mrs. Fre.l P. Frisbie, Mis attractive guest of Mrs. Randolph guest of Mrs. It. Zimmer, at the Ken Alberta Anderson, Mrs. J. Haymond Haseldcn, Mrs. Joe Kobinson, .Mrs. llarri and Mrs, Burton Woodward. gnrlan Hotel. John Farra, Mrs. W. 11. Dickerson. Mr llrayficld, Mr. and .Mrs. Hugh .Mr. and Mrs. J. N. llrowi leave Mobley attended the Commencement On Tuesday evening Mrs. Ben Hud tomorrow for Louisville for stay of exercises at Iterea College Wednesday tcver.il weeks. son entertained with one of the A Brltf Mfntlon of the Comino and charming affairs of the year, a party Wi Arc Intsrrsud In. Mis Mary llelle Spounamore of Judge Fred P. Frisbie was at home given in honor of her grandson, Mr. Goinjs .Stanford has been the guest nf Mrs, for a few days during the week-enHudson Frisbie, one of the Seniors dcorge Spoonamore for Commence He left Tuesday for Lexington. of the Lancaster High School. The Mr Ailolpli Joseph ha been spend- ment. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Goldberg, and home was artistically decorated with ing n few d.i)s In Louisville. The Womans Club Library will be Interesting little son, are heie visit many plants, palms, ferns, yellow and white, colors of the class of 1919. Jin. George Bsllcw of Hlehmoml, open every Saturday afternoon from ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Vhe table was decorated in yellow nnd 3.30 to 5 o'clock during the summer Gulley. visiting Lancaster relatives, in white and the delicious refreshments vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M, Patterson and had the same colors carried out. Mr. Mrs. Martha Price Frisbie Is vis- - Gossip About People ve The following marriages have been solemnized at the Baptist Parsonage; Taylor Bolton and Irene Totten, John Hobartl Land and I.ennn Hollon; anil Emma Holton, Charles Ya-- ! ter and Mary Turner. The Visiter wishes them all much happiness and Wc congratulate Bro. and Mrs. E. on their trip to Philadelphia, New York, Washington anil other places of interest; but we light most in having them back with us again. C. Gaines iting Mrs. Mnttle Price In Danville. Mr. George Swlnebroail, !een attending Military School in llerea jesterday, for the closing ex Miss Delia Tinder left Wednesday Tennessee, is at home for the sum ercises of the College, for her home In North Middletown. mer vacation. Miss Orphn Poynter, who is at spent Mr, J. K. Stormes has returned Hev. C. S. F.llis thi and wife and tending llerea College, daughter of Paint Lick, attended the week end with Mr. nnd Mrs. John M from a few d.i)i stay In Louisville. Farrn anil other friends. Musical Recital at the Auditorium Mrs, Ida Kobinson of Danville, has Friday evening. who has Mr. Clarence w ilder motored to Frisbie will Join his uncle, Mr, Waller Hudson, in South Africa in July, where he will remain a year in business. Lancaster friends regret the lieparture of this excellent young man ami wish him much succes in his new home. Miss Norma Herns Montgomery Miss Allie Arnold, who has been has returned to the telephone ex I Mrs. Earl It. Ackley. of Itartow, teaching in the Colorado School of change after n three weeks visit with Florida, is the guest of Mrs. Ike Ham- the Deaf, at Colorado Springs, is ex her parents in the country. pected home Saturday. ilton. Mr. and Mrs. James lteazley and' Mrs. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. John Miss Mlldrtd Bcazley, Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Joe Francis and Miss Itittie Writ were visitors In Lexington, on Nichol, Mr. and .Mrs. F..I Dillehay. of Guy Davidson motored to llerea yes Danville attended the llaecalaureate terday taking in the closing exercises Monday. sermon Sunday evening at the local ol the college. Little .Miss Kuby Clark spent the School Auditorium. Messrs Ollie Cnrpenter and Jack week end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. James M, Staughton, who has Whittaker attended the auto races in Francis. been spending n month with her Indianapolis last week and are now Mr. Pace, of North Carolina, has mother, Mrs. II. A. II. Mnrksbury at Grecnsburg, Indiana, visiting Mr. been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred left today for Atlanta, Ga., where she Whittaker's parents. Frisble. will join Lieut. Staughton. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. iliifns Pen Mr. and Mrs. Kd C. Gaines have reMr. ami Mrs. (i. II. Swincbroud and dleton will be glad to learn of the ii turned from a most delightful trip In son, Marrs, have returned from Le provemcnt of their little daughter, the F.ast. banon Term., where they were pres Agnes Francis, after a successful op cratlon for ndnoids. Mrs. Hid Kobinson has returned ent at the graduation of Mr. George Mrs. Ollie Carpenter motored to trcm n visit to Mrs. Helen Hryant in Suincbroad, from Castle Heights Mil itary School. Lexington. llerea yesterday to attend the exercises and was nc Mr. ami Mrs. William Wood White. Ensign l.ucicn Grant is spending a companied by Kev. J, H, Moorman few days with his mother, Mrs. Flor- and beautiful little daughter, Eileen, Mrs. George D. Kobinson and Mrs. J. left fur their home in Indianapolis, ence Grant. Indiana, Saturday after u week's W. Aker. Mr. Claude Anderson has returned visit with Mm. White's sisters, Misses Miss Klizabeth Logan Simpson left from overseas and Is with his father, Mary ami Carrie lieid. for Lexington yesterday to tpsnd the on the Danville road. Mr. and Mrs. Meade Teatcr enter- - summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson, after several Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kmbry of ti.imd at dinner Sunday, their ;ucU Lexington, have been recent guests of being Mr. and Mrs. George Tenter, months stny with her grand-parentMr. and .Mrs. W. T. West. Mr. and Mrs. Will Teatcr of !ichol-isvill- Mr. nnd Mrs. U. D. Simpson. ami Mr. ami Mrs. Kirby TenMr. J. S. Hnseldcn arrived In the Mr. and Mrt. Hen Hughes and ter and two sons, Hogan anil J, city last Tuesday nfternoon after daughter, Miss Delia Rice Hughes, spent Sunday In Lexington. Miss Pearl Dickerson will enter- several months stay in Arkansas. tain at ii delightful course dinner at He reports fine business there ir. the .Mr. and Mrs. William Elkin, of her home on Lexington Avenue, on real estate field and says next to Huston, Mass., are the guests of Cap.. Friday evening in honor of the Sen- - Kentucky Its the best place on the T. A. F.IMn and Miss Salllc F.lkin. ' iiur class of the Lancaster High limp. Mrs. Kay Lackey of Kansas City, School. It will be an enioyuble ntHiir. Mfss Murf.j Uallard arrived from Mo., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Morgantowii, N. C, this week ami is Mr. Kd Hughes spent the week-en- d Dora Cochran, on Danville Street. with ii' i parents. Mr. and Mr. John in Lexington with his sister, Mrs. .'. Halla-i- '. Miss Marie has takui un Mrs. Louis Lamlram, Mrs. J. M. W, Acey, who is ill at the Good SaStaughton, Mr. and .Mrs. Clay Sutton maritan Hospital. The many friends the I) and D. worn mid will return Moig.mtown in tht fall wheio she to have been recent visitors In of Mrs. Acey are glad to !;now she is to teach. ( Improving since a surgical operation. cxpecti .Mr. Parker Gregory motored thru from Hendersonsvllle, N. C, arriving . v vara here last Sunday. He will strin sev eral hundred acres of Hlue Grass be fore returning. He tells us he cane ) especially for "Doo" Gill's dog "Hill", which lie will tako with him on his re- brrn visiting Mrs. Maggie liobinson. "Twenty-On- e Day" Man Here. The religious census recently held in our town reveals the fact that there are about 400 Baptists, or those Miss Pearl Dickerson has been ap- who prefer Baptist principles, and pointed treasurer of the Baptist Vis about 130 who do not have any reiter. She reports that the Baptists ligious preference, living within a are responding loyally toward the ex radius of three mites of Lancaster. pense of our bulletin, as they This means our Sunday School atspond to every good cause. If you tendance should be about five times are not satisfied with our bulletin as large as it is, and that our church Help us to improve it. membership should be doubled. What about it? SUNDAY SCHOOL. Our "Go To Sunday School Day" was quite a success. There were 170 present for S. S. that morning. A large number of these present en rolled witn some class. We now have an enrollment of more than 130. We exhort you to attend regularly. prosperity. The pastor very much appreciates the kindness of the Lancaster Baptists in sending him as a delegate to Baptist Convention the Southern which was held at Atlanta, Ga., May No pastor ever served a more loyal people than the good people of Lancaster. 14-1- The pastor has recently met three former pastors of the Lancaster Baptist church: Ellis, Bush, and Massce. All three send their greetings, and wish us well. They still remember the people of Lancaster and arc praying for us. ,v DON'T MISS THE 8 I Closing Out AT WE SELL FOR LESS. I I I turn 8 I I Mr. John Lutz, of Akron, Ohio, was guest of his mother Mrs. a week-en- d Mary Lutz, nnd he together with his sister Miss Mattie Lutz and Miss Alma Griffin attended the closing ex(!) ercises of the Sue Dennett Memorial school at London, where their cousin, til Miss Evans graduated last week. Mrs. Wood Durnside was hostess Tuesday nfternoon for the local chapter of the D. A. It. Delicious refreshments were served and tho afternoon was delightfully spent. Those present to enjoy the delighful affair were Mrs. W. B. Burton, Mrs. H. C. Sander's Variety Store. I Miss Elizabeth Estes, Miss Dickerson, Mr. Harry Bratton and Mr. Hugh Mobley, are the program committee for the union. Each one has been tried and found true. We are fortunate in having these four for program leaders. But young It is your duty to self, your duty to people these four are not the "whole others, your duty to God to be at S. cheese", there is something for everyone of us to do. Our work will be S. every Sunday morning. just as interesting as we make it. We Let us strive to make every Sun will get out of it, just what we are day a "Go To Sunday School Day" willing to put into it. Mr. Hcrron informs us that the If we can have 170 present one Sun city council passed an ordinance reECHOES lay, then it is possible for us to have quiring everybody to have their 170 present every Sunday. This is "class No. 7 edition of the To do weeds cut from the premises and that so will require work: but it is work Baptist Visitor." The entire exall cess pools and outhouses must be for the Master and we should delight pense attached to publishing our cleaned out at once. bulletin for this month was paid by in working for Him. He tells us that this order will be Miss Robinson's Sunday School class. inforced and he will see to it thct its Our Sunday School pianist, Miss Young women we all appreciate your done or some one will have Ij answer Pearl Dickerson is one of the gradu- gift. This is only one of a number to the Police Court. Nuf ted. ates of the Lancaster High School of indications we have had recently this year. We feel that congratula that this class is "wide awake." We tions are in order. There is, however, have observed that this class has been B. one thing wc hate about the end of growing both in enrollment and in atMr. T. B. Dunn, known to nls many We congratulate both the school session, and that is wc may tendance. friends ns "Bud" Dunn was kiefce d to lose for awhile the presence of two of teacher and pupils. death by his horse on his faru in our most earnest and efficient work' Madison county. He was found in a OUR NEEDS. crs. hollow near his home with tlnee deep A remodeled building with ade wou.ida in his head. Mr. Dunn, who Some readers of the Visitor do not quate facilities for our Sunday School was a brother of Aurclius C. Dunn, know who our Sunday School teach and a larger auditorium to take care. who lived in this county mary years, ers are. Let mo name them for you. of the crowds we are going to have. was well known In Lincoln, having They arc .Mrs. J. M. Acton, Miss Eliz Every Baptist enlisted. shown saddle horses at nearly every nbeth Estes, Miss Ada Kich, .Miss Jane The hearty cooperation and pray held here in years. fair He was Hopper, Miss Allie Hendren, Mis ers of cverv cne. clever man and stood well in the com Bcttic Kobinson, Mrs. T. S. Hendren A good "Old Time" Revival. munity in which he lived. Interior Mr. E. C. Gaines, Dr. J. M. Acton nnd The ordination of several more Journal. Kev. C. D. Strother. There is a place deacons. for every man, woman, and child in Regular attendance on the part of ReaJ- - our Sunday School. Come and See! all Sunday School officers and teachers. We delight in welcoming the folEvery member of the church giv lowing new members Into our fellow- ing regularly, systematically, and ship! .Miss Jennie Wheeler, Mr. und liberally to pastor's salary, current Mrs. Alfred Poynter nnd Mr. Ran' expenses and missions. Your needy friend may some day dolph Poynter. Dear people we deLove for God and for each other in be a friend in need. light in hiving you to help us in our every heart. If we waste nil our energy fighting worn for tin; Master. There have been thirteen additions to the chur;h FACTS AND FIGURES. ono another, we will be powcr!e recently. We thank God for His against sin. There are 7,203,000 Baptists in the blesungs, but the work has not been United States. The Baptist is the What do Baptists stand fori Loy completed. Let us not rest on our largest in Protestant denomination alty to Christ and uncompromising oars, God has still greater bluulnps the United States. warfare against evil. in liT! for the faithful. There are 1,300,000 Baptists in tha South who do not attend Sunday "What you say goes in at one ear B. Y. P. U. School. and out at the other." That is true, The B. Y. P. Upcrs have had some There are 8,000 Baptist m'n'sters it there is nothing between the ears. very hard struggles. The progress in the South receiving an average Are you what God wants you to be? of the B. Y. P. U. has been impeded yearly salary of less than $390. Are you where God wants you to be? by tho irregularity of our Sundry The estimated wealth of Southern Wc loso something Baptists is $15,000,000,000. Arc you doing what God wants you evening services. every time we fail to meet. Our in tne next nve years boutnern to do? work is just now in the state where Baptists must give: Wo pray God's richest blessings pp- - every possible stroke is needed. We $330,000 for the Roger Williams on our sick and feeble. We regret hope that after today the B. Y, P. U. memorial to be erected at Washingthat they cannot be with us in body, will meet every Sunday evening. Let ton, D. C. $5,000,000 for ministerial relief, but we believe they are with us in us meet regularly, be present on time, Spirit, and we love and cherish them have a well prepared program nnd $75,000,000 for education, home, bring someone with us. all. and foreign missions. Mr. Thomas Noe, the twenty-on- e day man for the Redpath Chautauqua, was here all of yesterday billing the town for what he tells us. and what wc believe will be one of the best progrnms ever put out by the Kedpath people. It opens here Cut Weeds And Clean Up. T. Dunn Killed. Some Interesting ing Taken From the Baptist Visitor. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, June 5 1919. RODENTS ARE GREAT MENAGE TO POULTRY Block and Remove HMinf Places of Various Pests. Up In Lancaster 13 THE VICTORY GIRL By HORTENSE CALDWELL. Advliabtt ts Plaes Breeder Hornet Open Field Distant From Permanent Bulldlnge Screen All Windows at Night livery farmer and poultryman has III trials with rats, weasels and rodents catching the young chick. It I n menace which nil chicken raisers must recognize and meet as best they cnn. The best method of controlling those pests, experienced workers sny, Is to Mock up or remove nil possible hiding places. It Is also advisable to placo the brooder houses In nil upen Held at least 150 feet from the nearest tiermnnvnt building, stone wall or hedge, and not allow any refuse or material to be piled near to net as A harboring fdace for small animals. The floors of portable colony lnaiea should be nt least one foot from.the ground, and the space underneath hid IM llolburn rose from his chair and stood looking out. Apparently be was In deep thought, but be really was l become icry angry. With a little start he turned to the girl on the sofa calmly humming n (sipulur air. Peggy ,stnrr, mmldii't believe you withwould be so uniliTo;n'n'l.illni! out sayliiB a word from the patriotic iMiInt of view. It certainly wouldn't hurt you to help me out by Jut doing Midi n little thlnc-n- s that. Tie tolit joii, I wouldn't be In that parade ami I mean It. Why, IM. d joii think fur a minute I would co rldlnis all about the MrceH of thu city mounted on an old naRoii, nnd baling eiery eje on (be street Corners looking me In the face. Well. 1 Eiiexs not," she ended with finality. many irlrl that "Well, there's n s are pilnc to be In It that are In eien better society than ou are, nnd they don't ee nny tlilne the matter with It." "It doesn't make the sllahtest differ- me to me what biijIhm!) el.e doe. IM, o pleiie Ut the mutter drop. And) If jou would Ko along lyiiv lt would be) vi ry nice of jou. as I oaie a good luany tTifng to do this evening." y.i noAlcvd the chill note In her voice mil took hl bat without another. worjL, W-"""' The nijaifllt 1 Vnisy" Juinpr.r"up " S" B'"'r ,llnK buck, With bllT Mie colitrilllwl TirTlli7X"o7 ijifit .be hail suld. She knew she had hurt ajul It iHithenM ier uiore IJd s fveliii than he cnre.1 to admit. Still tlilnk-ln- g how mean he had aileil. she wn Ihtermpted by the rlnglnil "f the freaJorJtO'Mself - - An Inexpensive Poultry Hout: With Open Front. but I'm not going to ila It." replied Peggy lwly. "You're notl Wb). Peg, I tboucbt of course )oii were. Wlir, the blea. goluj to do luimelhlng 'lerjlxxly fi . lli.iidayr "Hello," uM Hie mire of her ilium. Teggy, have jo" Ililen Whitman. In askitl to be III the parade net ''e, shonld be open and free. Permanent brooder houses should have cement doors, anil the doors and the windows meh should be screened with one-Inc- h wire fencing. If such precaution are taken rats and weasels usually do lit tie damage, says the New York State College of Agriculture. If skunks, foxes and dogs bother the chickens, a fence around the Held of ten proves effective. The fencing should be five or six feet high and should be tacked at the bottom to boards that are sunk In the ground three or four Inches. Skunks can be trapped successfully during the open season. When a cat forms the habit ol catching little chickens usually the only way to stop further loss Is to kill the cut. This may cause complication! when the animal Is a pet or a neighbor's property, but It Is the best remedy. Owls often kill many chickens that most Id trees or exposed places. They even enter the open windows of brooder bouses and attack the chickens. To avoid this danger It Is best for the farmer to keep all the chickens Indoors at night and to screen the windows. SPRAY TO DISCOURAGE MITES Poultryman Who Sprays Three Timet During Season Will Have Little to Worry About. The farmer who sprays his chlckec roosts thoroughly three times durlnj the season, beginning in April, will have little cause to worry about mites, say experienced poultrymen. The troublesome poultry house mlt Is almost sure to appear when warm weather comes. The most common 'means of control Is kerosene sprajed upon the perches each week; some farmers give the roosts an occasional coat of whitewash. These method however, are not always effective, unless thoroughly dune, for the rulto li u very hardy creature. Stronger liquids such as crude cap ml tin bollc add or Mime of the preparations which will not niln with wuter are much better, the poultrymen lit the New York State College of Agriculture say; they last longer and do the work better. It Is well to dilute the acid or coal tar products with kerosene, an that n spray pump can lie used to upply them. A common formula Is one part ol iicld to three parts of kerosene. bVERLOOK A VALUE OF MANURE Agricultural Sections Crow Older Fanner Learns Its Worth by Experience. It la the history of the beginnings of .every large agricultural development on arid or semlurld lands that the farmer seldom appreciates the value of manure, either burning it, or up inlvlnv It earelesslv with a view mori of getting rid of It thau of profiting l It, AS tne irngaieu sections grow om er the farmer learns by dear expert-lnrthe value of manure, and the more frugal farmers carefully save and carefully apply their manure. Sunlight In Hoghousea. TTMt nd enerirv. sanitation and con venience are all greatly enhanced by Lh. nnatrfiitfnn nf hoi? houses which Iprevlde for a maximum decree of sun- UgM inrougnout tne season. "Well. 1 for one. will be the laughing Mock for nobody. If ou want to t be dreo.cd up like a wai doll and li1 a chariot for elerjone to gaze at, )nti cnn, but I'm not going to." "Some iHnple give the Ihijs a hearty Advantage of Wings. True Paf welcome wben they n'liie home." came In .nt Had I n dczi-- r Another rood thine about 'lie IH Mi; f I out Helen sarrnstlratly as .he relove alike 1 h.nl r that he nevr I s to placed the n die ! n nnc I does recelier on the lnik. After tourfcon Poultry Rm4r nobly for their i the tup of n house an ' bawl nhuttlng olT, Peggy got up with ter " one light destroy- inliiptiioiity surf ' "Take All" has practically for somclssly to help him down I 'al- In her ei-- . Ion. CURES ed whole fields of wheat in Illinois She bail been I.NiVIng at A few dropt in th. ViM Shakespeare. ias News. driaktae wmttr con m A DUC the celebration from her own stolid-t-olnnear East St. Louis. It has also rmd pitttoU white ni'M T thing n tbou:lit to whom diarrhoea, ehowrm nd otber tftieK been found in Indiana. The specdteMm. Om 60c. bottU makti 11 It was really for. (Jiilrkly she timk up Pint botU. ialists at the Experiment Station at Ktlloni of nwdteln. the telephone and got the rhalnmm of At trice $1.20, mske 81 r&IIont. Lexington are on the lookout for this1 Cnurfflatfl. or Mat by mU postpaid. the committee on the line. "Mr. Ws? Coirbon IT.tm.ady Co., Lt Kington, My. fatal disease on Kentucky farms. Will, this Is Margaret Starr on Wood-MenThe followinc description is given by street. I understand you need IMsoinetH for a role In the parade. It HOME the specialists that the farmer may It Is comeiileiit for you I will stop at I be able to recognize "take all". your otllci- - on my way downtown." "Plants affected with "take all", or' The t day Peggy Starr started on foot rot, are greatly stunted. The i a little llt tn a neighboring city ami leaves are darker green than those on when IM called that eienlng be was healthy plants. The stalks are brown Monday. told Ml.s Starr would or gray-blac- k and are often so rot Of course. IM llrmly believed she had gone away In onler not to be asked ted at the base that they pull out eas alKiiit the piirade. With a Utile shnu ily. Such plants often send up sec of the shoulders he turned and went til ondary shoots which may have grass tils oltlce. Twice between I'rldny evelike leaves much narrower than the ning and Monday morning he called first set. As the disease progresses her up via telephone, only to bear she the plants may be entirely killed out had not returned and there was ni in considerable patches. Plants not message. so badly diseased may send up jointed At last Monday came, the day of stems and even produce a head. These the great parade. The sun rose oier become white and fail to till usually the New England hills, In the distance villi alarming rapidity, and by ten out properly." o'clock the parade bad formed In llne.j Farmers, who find plants which apThe 111 mi Is were many and elaborate,! pear to have this disease, should send but one In particular attracts! miiilil them at once to the Experiment Staattintloii. The automobile was iiude) Ky? tion nt Lexington, Into a modem chariot, with American lings cou-rlnI the whole outside. In,. The CIs-pay If you do not need these papers now it would side, the chariot was pure while, and ' r' "Kerns Said the fnce! on one end a high platform, (too fig " They have men are the you to buy and put them away for future use. Come ure stood on this platform, "Columbia" Special attention givare all pud health and !' by name, and at her feet sat two l.raie r'ght, but when they meet a frit ml their in and take a look and you will see for yourself. en to all troubles of hols, one In blue and one In khaki. As hand shakes." the tloat mmcd slowly about Hot the feet. streets and "Columbia" stood holding Try our LOWE BROS. HARD DRYING FLOOR her torch majestically above her be.id. POINT LEAVELL. DANVILLE At last thu elerjone wus thrilled. PAINT others are satisfied you are hound to he. and scores of peoloule was Mr. W. M. .Mitchell is in Harbours-vill- e Gilcher Hotel every ple were minding about the beaatlful for Floors, The LOWE BROS. VARNISH STAINS for u few days. tloat. "Columbia" stepKil from her Tuesday and Friday. Wood-wor- k pf!itfnrm when the rnillant IM was Miss Ethel Hammons of Ileren ColFurniture. Taint your house with Lowe awaiting her. lege has returned home. RICHMOND Bros. Colonial Yellow and trim it with white and see "Peggy, Is It really you doing thlsf Hand mad llarnsss and repairing, "Why, of course. It Is I. Iion't I Building, Oldham by L. J, Sanford. what n beautiful house you will have. Just received Conn Bros. look natural?" Thursday's'only. Mrs. J. M. Colson and children "Hut where halo you been these last shipment of all kinds of brushes nnd we arc u three days'" spent Sunday with Mrs. James M. "IM, ion made me feel so ashamed Bell. solium them nt n close price. STANFORD the other day, I had to go somewhere, , Mr, und Mrs. Hen Kelley of Lanso I went down to Lancaster. I Saturday only. caster were visitors at Mr. Sam Kel-lethought you'd be glad." Condor Oil the perfect floor wipe, Waxit, the polSunday. "Iliad I Why I'm so glad I could cry, Peggy, You certainly are one of Miss Lcola Parson of near Lowell, ish for automobiles and furniture. Window Glass those Victory tllrls." is spending a few days with her aunt, all sizes. Auto Wind Shields. Lead Oil and Paints , "Hut, Kd, the greatest victory I've Mrs. Tom Hurtc. bad Is the one over myself, I have with Convex Mr. und Mrs. Will Parson and of all kinds. Oval Picture Frames leurnvd a go"l lesson nnd my prldo ANGUS- daughter, Isabella were visiting at Mr will be better for It." With a happy Glass and Jloldinjrs of all kinds. Don't forget that Sunday. sigh she laid her hand In Kd's. J. W. Tatems, (Copyrlclit. Mr. und Mrs. Geyrire Bradley of CI Floor Varnish. lI'. by IW MrClure Synilii-a) Louisville made a brief visit to Mrs. Joshua Hurt und Mr. J, W. Tutem. Florid Language In Trtaty. DANVILLE'S EXCLUSIVE WALL PAPER AND Mrs. J. II. Tutem enjoyed a nice The language employed In treaties Is usually of the most formal characdinnir at It. II. Ledford's Tuesday PAINT STORE. ter, but when trestles given in honor of his brother, Lieut. are concluded with eastern powers, a Registered Aberdeen An- Lee B. Ledford, who bus Just returnmore tlorld stjle Is used. At any rate, ed from overseas. according to li correspondent, a treaty gus Cattle for sale anytime Mrs. Sam Hurte who had been in between (treat lirttaln und Persia beeither sex ouy age. Also regis bad health for some time died at her gins; Trade be to (lod the and All Sufficient. These happy leaves tered Poland China Hogs. Big type home about one o'clock Thursday are a nosegay plucked from the thorn-- ; afternoon. She was laid to rest in less gurden of concord, and tied by A. D. BRADSHAW,the Paint Lick cemetery Saturday PHONE 25. DANVILLE, KY. 111 Third St., the hands of the plenipotentiaries of, afternoon. Much sympathy is exWALKER BRADSHAW. tended to the loved ones that mourn the two great states la the form of l doCnlte trsmty la which th trtlclM of her loss. Lancaster, Ky. friendship aud mltjr aw blendtd: that." V OneDrop "Take UHTV AH" Ruins Wheat. Hni HOW DOES YOUR Dr. PRESS VISITOR'S? J. W. Weber Chiropodist Now Is the Time To Think Of That While Our Big Wall FOOT Paper Sale Is Going On DOCTOR Just One Wore Week t.v' law - LAND STOCK FARM COOMER & NAVE - i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 5. 1919 Binder Twine Per Hundred Pounds, BINDERS McCormick and Deering. We can deliver to your tion and phone and Come over or Na- The best twine that 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 yoti want. don't wait till yotu need one before buying. Let us ship today and then you are sure. If you could come over and see yourself it would please you. Be sure and OUR NEW GARAGE WIRE 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 Sherwin-William- Will be completed shortly 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. fence. OLD HICKORY. 55c. 4 ft. No. 9 Top only 2 4 Complete only ..$115.00. 80c. 4 ft all No. 9 only $120.00. Heavy 4 point Barbed wire 80 3 in. complete only This price is under the mar$5.00. rod to spool, only 3-- ave you $25.00. call u by "SAVE THE s paint at DIFFERENCE". These prices are delivered to ket. Better get yours before they are all gone. your station. 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. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA,- - KENTUCKY. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." Liberty Loan Bonds Our New York Stock Exchange membership enables us to offer facilities for execution of orders in all issues of Liberty Bonds and other securities to the best possible advantage of our customers. HENNING CHAMBERS & COMPANY 404 the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders. Mr. James May tic Id of Jessamine is Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean, Mr. and mingling with his old friends here. Mrs. Irvin Dean, Mr. nnd Mrs. Har closed a rison Dean nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. .Miss liuth Montgomery Harvey Dean and children and Mrs. felect school at Sunnysldc Friday. Dillard Brumfield were it) Jessamine Mr. Douglas Merntt of Jessamine, with Mrs. Mollie I'cel Sunday for a is painting for Mr. James Crawford. MT. HEBRON School Frocks for Spring birthday anniversary. Wet Main Street LouivilIe, Kentucky Harrison Hunter Hennlno. Chamber Charlea L. MeCraw A Dive. The greatest depth ever rcnrhed lijr itlver Is on Itl to be '."01 frU Th" rrentet depth at which useful ork Spong l.:i Irrn !ont t 1R2 f'-nnd pearl divers, working without nriunr, frequently descend to depth of bout 110 fst. Strength. "Tho kid Slid the observing v tin n the ilf ?pnlr "f hl parents he--i o ho couldn't rnrry a tiino uunlly Whips Into tho kind of hu.lne.s man riil.es tho mortgnge nil the toon n lie gels la old homo place tho hurtii'"." ru: See our Leverlett Cultivators, you Rev. D. F. Sebastian filled his apConn Bros. will want one of them. pointment here Sunday morning and sisevening evening. Miss Lillian Pierce is with her he On Sunday ter, .Mrs. K. C. Montgomery nt Lock gave an account of his trip to the 8. Southern Haptist Convention at AtMrs. Tinsley of Lancaster is the lanta, which was much enjoyed by the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Taylor audience. We have a wide awake pastor and one who not only keeps I'reston. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Lige himself informed on the needs and Stinnett was interred in Mt. Hebron opportunities of lluptists but his Hock as well. cemetery last Monday. Mr. Karl (.row had a nice horse to Lett You Didn't Know. get into the wire fence nnd cut a leg A horse hldo will make n d.'ndy pair nimost otf, from which it died. of shoes, but banana skins tire un- Miss Mary Kruncis Montgomery equaled for slippers. was the week end guest of her sister, Mrs. Steve Walker on Poor Itidgc. Miss Hemic .Montgomery after being with homcfolks here for two weeks returned to Lancaster Sunday The Pie Supper at Sunnyside School House was well attended and enjoyed by all $15.70 was realized. Mr. und Mrs. Walter Krow of were here Sunday for services nnd were with Mr. and Mrs. Kdd (row. A SAFE INVESTMENT TO YIELD 6.60 GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION Par ValH CUMULATIVE DEBENTURE STOCK IN Cilltble i)iviiii:xns ui'auti:iii.v rniiiii'Aiiv, may, .uNitvr am miviimijku The principal product of inn :encrul .Motors Corporation are: AUTOMOBILES Cadillac, Ilulck, Chevrolet, On k In ml. (ii!nnoilc, ScrlppHooth. TRUCKS AND TRACTORS 41. M. (A, Chevrolet, Oldmiohllo, Siiiiimiii. Earning nflcr tales for tho ti- -t live cars him- nwrugnl Ocben-tur- o jcur six Union dividend requirements on entire uinount of und Preferred Slink outstanding. Order may ho tcltpl ed our expense. il Shins, it $115 pir Skin and Actniii Ditldud Mr. James Hnrdwick who has been very sick for some time was taken to Lexington Hospital last Tuesday for treatment. Mrs. Klbert Jennings nnd baby spent Inst week with relatives here and returned to their home in Jessn mine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Sherrow nnd sons, nnd Mesdames Harrison Preston nnd Homer Humphrey of Nicholas-vill- e attended preaching here Sunday, Mr. Joe Pierce nnd daughter Miss Km ma nnd son, Joe IEice of Ilrynnts-vill- e were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Klgin Montgomery Thursday night trh Ppeclul circular on rupiest. PRICE $90 PER 8HARB Jamis C. Willson & Company 210 S. Fifth Street LOUISVILLE. KY. and Friday. Mr. Henry Ituble received Tuesday some hogs from Mr. Hamlet Jennings at $1C.50 per hundred, from Mr. Ernest Montgomery nt $17.25 and from Edd Grow nt 117.25. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomns Hicks nnd little daughter, Mrs. 11. It. Montgomery nnd children attended services at Scotts Fork Sunday and were S'lio advent of Lent finds mothers di'Mitlng their tlmo to spring outfitting for the children In addition tu their own. width Is n more dltllciilt matter. Acid Iron Mineral Hut tho iiilet f Lent allows I line to Il prescribed by physicians in all consider things. Spring ban ulready cut. where a tonic ia Indicated, been heralded, for weeks. In the shop, became It It the most jKiwerful by displays of children's frm kx iiindo natural iron tome known. nt uU fnhrleN, for mIio-i- I nnd other AftJ IrtKt ninrril i prffirtj ir nil (offlfi 4 )ou jutt it It nmt Irani wear. Nothing ntnrtllugly new In fabvt katvrtl nuklKini In ai'potiti In itMiwtpri rics has dUtrarled uttentlou from our tlm Hly fciMVai atrpoM la ibciaireil4 n4 U M to bt) with cLcairai'y olil tluio favorites for children's wear, rrrfktrj liblrth clu4 iU h4 Uur putititrlr hut the seuMin Is distinguished by Hie r HUM Ibf Hftfl, unexcelled excellence In design of tho Get i bottle fiom your drug ( new garments for tho jounger generagut today, take ai directed, and in a few days you will notice au tion und by nt tractive und refined colImprovement in our health. orings In tho materials used for makrCRROOINICHCMICALCORP. ing them. HMh.VirgliiU Plaid and plain ginghams nml chnm-bray- s still lead Id the practical prof For Sale by all Dniffist cession of cotton goods, followed by percales, poplins nnd other heavy weaves. It Is a satisfaction to be told CumbrUnd Grocery Co., Junction by buyers that tlici--o American goods are dyed with American dyes In colors City, Ky., WholeiaU Distributor. ferlinp li That tired, vr t cauicu ny a lyitcm. You need an iron tonic to rebuild tinue quickly to lend rich, red Hood courting thru your body to supply the elements that have become eiliauiteJ. that uro permanent as well as soft and pleasing. A school dress for a girl anywhere from twelve to seventeen, showu In the picture above. Is n combination of a plain color with white In yoke, buttons und simulated button holes. The styles for girls uf this ngt the "llup-perthat still like to romp, have run to plain kklrts and overgarments more or less like the middy or sweater coat, lllg tint pearl buttons may bo considered fad of the season and a very pretty means of simple ornamenting that tuny bo allowed on dresses for school and play. With the service-- j able, canvas tboes we can see In this outfit a garb that Is all right for tennis, basketball, and various other pastimes, as well as for schoolroom nod street wear. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 5. 1919 Jesse Wlllard tips the beam at 200 You would say that he must pounds. have gained, but no, Jesse Imd tr reduce to reach this weight. While the Germans are considering the pence treaty, our nrmy Of occupation is considering what n privilege it would be to occupy Ilerlin. We have been in the Mill- GUARANTEE ing business for 20 years. Profit by our experience and buy It is hoped that the disposition of the rnilronds will Improve the disposition of travelers, which has suffered severely under government owner-hlV The question, "How shall we get' 'em back on the farm?" seems to be as difficult to answer as the question, "How shall we keep 'cm on the rv f Every motorist has this White Swan Flour Latest Swing Sifter Bolting System. farm?" The world is waiting with deep anxiety for the college graduate's view of the peace treaty and the financial situation and the problems of reconstruction. The Germans style the conditions of the peace treaty "ruinous". We wonder how they would describe the condition In which they left Belgium and northern France. No wonder that the Germans cling to the Saar Valley mines. They will need coal in this life, although some of them will have it furnished free in Lancaster Flour Mills S. G. Vaughan, Proprietor. , :ol:a Cracks At Creation. The Huns arc not even entitled (a the praise of being good losers. and then the The saloons will run until July 1st, saloon-keepewill run. The principal amusement In Europe at present is waiting to see which way the cat will jump. the next. Tor a study of the depths of pessVenus and Jupiter shine close and imism observe the child who comes brillinnt In the enrlv evening. It Is down with measles the first week of strange that we are not obliged to vacation. pay a luxury tax for having two Life In a summer cottage would be evening stars. delightful were It not for the cups If some dav vou were to hear a without handles and the saucers that sound like thunder, nnd in resnonse do not match. to your amazed Inquiry were informIf a prize were to be offered for the ed. "Oh. that was onlv urices falling" most contentious city there would be wouldn't you be delighted. I If you equip your car with will get mileage out of the tires instead Kelly-Springfields,you no question over the award., W'inni- Yes, brother, "every kick is a Optimistic Thought peg would take it. The more we howl at high boost". t'opn'ar sovereignty, when truly un-- .. . Is a futintnln of power. prices the higher they climb. In expectation of the president's I return congress should purchase a Turkish dates may be desirable for I beautiful new doormat with the word the United States, but she doesn't "Welcome" upon it. I care for uny Turkish mandates. The 1010 city taxes arc now due j The cot of the war to the United We are glad that Hawker is safe. States was over $21,000,000,000. And nnd the books are ready. We neu money to make some nco.kd reHis magnificent disregard for his life the money amount was the least part the pairs on cur streets. may be foolish, but it is inspiring. of what It cost us. Those owing back taxes are urged The German populace has changed to pay same at once for all such deWhile the soda fountains exist the United States will not be entirely its mind during the last few years. It linquents will'be advertised and their L. E. Herron. dry. It will only have a different is now crying as loudly for peace as it property sold. 29-3- t. City Marshall. formerly howled for war. wetness. of adjustment out of the ' guarantee. Kelly-Springfie- ld Taxes Due. Tires Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick. Stormes Drug Store, Lancaster. BUENA VISTA. j Folks was over there and I KNOW! I ! This saw the Salvation Army at teau Thierry! Cha- I saw the Salvation Army where the fighting was thickest 1 I saw the Salvation Army where the suffering was greatest! to smileready to work to cook They were just plain people ready a doughnut or to say a prayer! Mr. T. I). Kord has purchased a car. vnen a compositor etltiusts the type In Ids "case" and "s t down to brass Sir. S. V. Wilson has purchased a tucks," It means that be Is il.iwri to new Overland car. or gone the limit, Little Juanita Ituble is visiting her grandmother in Ilurgin. Liberty Demand Full Loyalty. Miss Margaret Askins is visiting We honor Liberty In name and form. V set up her stntues and sound her friends in Cincinnati this week. Mr. James Durham is visiting Mr. praises. Hut we have not )et fully trusted her. And with our growth", J. II. Huble and other relatives. so grow her demands. She will have Miss Nannie Ilelle Srott who has ui half service. Lord Macaulay. been quite 111, is slowly improving. Mr. Itebb Dismukes of Ilurgin is j Relics In Iceland Museum. visiting his sister, Mrs. Victor Ituble. Tlie most valuable Ms,-soof Mr. John Ituble nnd family were Iteykjavlk Is Its museum, containing relics of northern history. Some of guests of Mr. J. II. Huble and family, ' Ireland's hlslorle souvenirs have heen Sunday. umeii oj iwnrinrK, nut Hie iniioiiiii Mr. Guss Ilurton who has been in I contains n number of hureli relies, M I service overseas, has returned to his .vorse ami Icelnmlle lnoiseliolil go, s and other eiliihlts vvldrli mull home in lluenu Vista. of Krle the lied, llelgt the I ..no : A business meeting of the Kpworth and other northmen of fame. League was held at the Ilucna Vista Consolidated School Saturday afternoon. Quite a number were present. Our philosopher If you can don't waste time can't help a thing ry. Down to Brass Tacks. Is a printer's slang phrase. H,url by Injudicious prims., If n ause he good, the most vlo- lent atlark of Its enemies will pot Injure It so murh as an Injudicious defense of t by Its friend. Coltoo. - Qutstlen of Newfieta. murS older than Jack's father bis mother. The disparity In their ares w notlerd y the hoy. for on gnvd deal day he asked "Yon .' newer than father, aren't you. tr. Place of Fat Men In History. Fat and fame have not very often been coruMiied. perhnps herauae atout men are generally lnrllni-to be easy going, nnd therefore lacking In that push uhleli hrliigs a iub-- i to the fore, uys Ij.nd.'u Answers. The only great statesman one can reeall who was nally n rat man was Charles James r'ot, as can l.e seen even by hi eltigy In the lnre of Westminster, where he would make thne of his grvut rlvul. I'ltt the younger. says: remedy Don't wor- anything worryin'. If you what's the use of Dunbar Male Quartet and Bell Ringers Coming on Our Chautauqua Week - worryln'J Our philosopher says: There ain't any use fussln' about the weather. In fact, the fellow, who finds fault with the weather, usually finds fault with everything else In life. Deservedly Valuable Pen, One of tin; pent,n the I'lilft-i- l Slates Is owned by Isaac H. Heed of New York, who at one I hue refused lo Hell It for 7M). Its value that, aldo from arisen from the having been ued by both Lincoln iinili (Irmit, It was iimde from a rimed box In which young (Jeorge Washington kept parts of Ids surveying Instrument'. The box Itself was Hindi" from the lid of a desk that belonged to the rnptuln of the Mayflower. r IfsT, 3 The Salvation Army, back home with new inspiration, has taken up fight on behalf of the poor, the weak, and the unfortunate in the United States time-wor- its n 1 frt Give to Your Limit! Salvation .Army Home Service Fund Campaign $ 13,000,000 for Hiutttnity Peculiar Lawsuit. Here la a queer causa for a law action. A man who was Insane determined to throw himself out of the window of an asylum. He made several attempts and wa prevented by the servants. I'ut lo a new apartment he tried again. Jumped out of the window, fell on the lawu and Injured himself seriously, but. strange to say, the shock cured his mental disorder. At once he sued the officer of the asylum for negligence. The plaintiff was The Dunbar Male Quartet will be the attraction on the opening afternoon of the coming Uedpath Chuutnuqtia. I'or niiiny years tho Dunhar Quartet aud Hell Itlngera Company was one of the mini popular of Chautauqua aud Lyceum organizations. The present company una organised by Ilulph Dunbar or the original Hell Itlngers oud Is a worthy bearer of tho Dunbar name. The Dunham apenr In solos, quarteta anil readings und carry 160 ham1 bell upon which are played some of the best overture and solo number. An especially high quality of talent wa assured In organising the company by the fact that tho singers were given a four-yea- r cuntiait. The Dunbar will give a prelude at night. i