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Cracks At Creation. l: lltrion probably ilors not (all on In Jut e- - but church attendance does If cr n hawk flies fust, how much fast liould ii Hawker fly? Ireland evinces a strong dctermlnn Hon to secure If the luxury tnx Is so soon done or, "lint in the world urn it begun for? If they mention it nil in lloston thing will be in rendiness and run they undoubtedly term it the chemise ning like clock work. Practically no dance. inconveniences have been occasioned She has the the public, incident to the move, and Hurrah for the NC-Americnn characteristic of finishing In ii few more dns they will be en tho Job. Chocolate bars and almond bars will be the only kind we can patronize nftcr July 1st. The craft of woman's suffrage is iain on the political sen. We trust it is not n destroyer. Ask a returning Jojgl.boy the best A word In the English language. thousand to one he will say "home' Joying the luxuries of one of the most conven'ent Post Offices in Cen trnl Kentucky. In our next issue we hope to give a detail description of the entire building and ome history leading up to the appropriation which made It por ih!e for to own one of the most modern and buildings of this character. SALVATION STARTS FIGHT 'TOBACCO MERGE REVENUE ON LEAGUE ARMY DRIVE. WAREHOUSE OFFICES JULY 1, Postmaster Brown And OF NATIONS Force Moving Into Work Progressing Rap- Kentucky Reorganiza'o Start June 23rd. New Building. Senator Knox Offers idly And Foundation tion Is Ready For Ends June 30th. Resolution To SepaAbout Completed. As we go to press Postmaster President's Garrard County's Quota $1,800. llrovvn and his deputies nrc busily enrate it from Treaty gaged In moving from the old pot Hon. James S. Golden, county at NEW SWITCH COMPLETED. office into the now Government to 'it j of Knox County, came down of Peace, Iluihling and In n few days every from Ilarbourville last Saturday and Cronsn Will Be Chief. Work on the Garrard Tobacco I REMOVAL M.fi.lJ Editor W.. Of Un sound Mind. If the wheat price be gins to toboggan down hill will it Paducah, Ky June Tth, Suit to take corn with it? And will pork set aside the will of the late James It. hang on behind? lemon, editor of the Mnyf.cld Mess President Wilson mould come enger, was filed in Graves Circuit home soon. He micht lind that an Court, Mav field, by Mrs. Luna K. unprrsidented country is in an un Ilaker and Mrs. Maude Proctor. Uughters of Col. Lemon. riecedrnted condition. Thv plaintiffs maintain that when The KVKmprcss and the Col. lemon wrote the will, n feu 1'rince recently enjocd a luncheon days before his death, he was not of together in Holland. It was prob- sound mind. Col. Lemon bequeathably a Dutch treat. ed his newspaper plant to his sons. Mexico is often referred to in n vol- Clay ., Scott T. and llryan T. Lemcano. Perhaps that is why after July on. Ills insurance policies were di1st so many Americans will look to it vided among his sons and daughters and his wife. for n little of "the crathcr." The bulk of his personal property It it not quite time yet to engage he left to his wife, Mrs. Lauretta C. your passage to Europe on an nirsliip. I iiion, whom he named as executrix. Hut the day is ccming when you will Mrs. Proctor and Mrs. Ilaker, it is understood, received $1,000 each. be privileged to do so. After IBID It Is apparently going to be about a easy to get an Indemnity from tier many as to draw blood from n turnip. Allele Daughters Sue to Break Will of Col. Lemon. effected an organization prepaia'.ory to thv great Anient. on Army Drive .vhic h begins In thU county on June 30th. Mr. Colden has given his en tire time to this splendid work in the orgmization of the forces through out the state of Kentucky and I' meeting with unusual and entnuslas tic success. The following Is the make-uof the organization for Garrard county; v. I. thamp. chairman; Itcv. II. S Hudson, vice chairman; Rev. J. It. Moormon, secretary; W. O. Itigncy, Treasurer; Dr. J. S. Gilbert, chair-ma- n of the returned soldiers committee and Mrs. J, II. Klnnaird, chairman of the Women's committee. The quota that has been apportioned to Garrard County Is $1800, and should he raised in n few days, as we doubt if anyone would refuse to give and give liberally to this worthy cause. WATER METERS Council Says All Must Have Them. We are publishing on ordinance passed by the City Council nt its last regular meeting night, requiring all consumers of water to have installed water meters. The expense of the meters is about $15.00 each nnd they nre to be purchased by thv consumer. For details and other particulars, see .Mr. L. h. Herron, the superintendent of the Water Works. Second Annual When It comes to the question of .signing the peace treaty it is astonishing to note how many of the 1 man statesmen have Just lost their fountain pens. WIND AND HAIL Result in Much Damage In Lincoln. Tournament. The ccond annual tournament of the Crab Orchard Gun Club will be held at Crab Orchard Springs Friday and Saturday, June "7 and 28. It proved a great success last year and this year it will be bigger and better. r.mue rragon, ol Louisville, an experienced man In the business will have charge of the shooting tournament nnd he will hang up n number of valuable trophies to be shot for, The Crab Orchard Springs Handicap and the Crab Orchard Springs Championship arc two of the big numbers, white the Challenge Cup is another. Write to Mr. Pragoff for particulars. Wnrehouse is progressing rapidly and Washington. A resolution to l.nvo Washington, June 10. Plans for from the amount of labor being emthe Senate declare it could not con- ployed one would think reorganization of the five Internal Lancaster is cur in the League of Nations provis- building a revenue districts in Kentucky have cantonment that would acions of the peace treaty as now c commodate several regiments of sol- been completed by the Internal drawn, was introduced Tuesday by diers-. Bureau, It became known Senator Knox, republican, of The directors nnd officers of the nnd will be put Into effect July 1, the a member of the Foreign company are seeing to it that every beginning of the new fiscal year, proRelations Committee. cent put into the building Is well vided President Wilson issues the exThe resolution which is expected spent nnd that the company will get ecutive order authorizing the merger to bring a more definite stage to the value of the several districts by that time, received. The railroad switch fight made ngalnst the League covwhich will prove of great value to t,., n"' ,the,re ' .re,a,50n " ssume he enant, asks that the covenant be house, wa, completed tardy in that action. several weeks separated from the peace treaty be- ago and all cs? ,pIans ,povide ,for abollsh-,ii;,- n material used in hi con- - , fore being submitted to the Senate ment of five internal rev- f .i i,!i Ji for ratification. cnue ttkl in Kentucky. The of. handled from tho switrh t. At Knox's request, the resolution The excavation of the basement !,ns flees of the Cohn.tors nt Owcnsboro, Lexington, CovWinn and Da:ivi!!o was referred to the Foreign Relations about been completed, which will acCommittee. go. while "i c one nt Louuville commodate several hundred horses. are to Knox offered his resolution nftcr Four prizing houses will be bunt will he vnlnrv-- J and retained. Inj'.-nn conference with Chairman Lodge. alongside of live separate and disthe railroad and under Ins Apparently it will have the support same roof of tinct internal revenue districts in the the main building. most of those who have conducted of To give some idea of the size of Com'iiiirAcnlth crly one district, emthe fight against the League and Is re this building, bracing the entire State, will be mainwe will stnte that it will garded ns notice to the Paris peace take seven hundred squares of roof- tained, the headquarters of which will conference that ratification of tlu' ing to be at Louisville. cover it. This roofiing has treaty with the League covenant in- been purchased It became known that nine and is the best that terwoven with the terms of settle can be bought. branch offices of the new consolidated ment is opposed. district will be established as follows: Contracts to the nmount of 0 The resolution also proposed that Owcnsboro, Lexington, Covington, have already been let out; 0 the treaty be so drawn that the of this amount goes for the steel Danville, Paducah, Ashland, Middles-borLeague of Nations question can be Newport and Bowling Green. work alone. Mr. J. C. Miller of Lereserved for consideration Tho salary by the banon has contracted to do the work Louisville will of the collector at people of any nation, without affectbe $G,000 a year, nnd furnish the material except the ing Germany's obligations In the acroofing and the steel, his contract while that of the deputy collector of each of the nine branch offices will tual settlement of the peace terms. calling for $38,000. The foundation be $2,500 a year. It is proposed to have the Semite di for the entire building will be com cta r it the policy of the United amines J. ironan, Louisville, is pleted by the last of week. NothStates that should the peace of Eur ing will be left undonethe make slated for the collectorship and unto it one less the unexpected ope again be threatened,, the states of the happens his nomibest if not the very best loose will regard such a situation as a men- leaf house in the state of Kentucky. nation will be sent to the Senate within a fortnight. That it will be conace to itself and would pledge the firmed promptly nation, if necessary, to go to the de Swinebroad Sells 'Em. certainty as both by the Senate is a fense of civilization again. Senators Beckham S'.vinehroud tells us he had the best and Stnnley ore for his appointment. K. E. A. TO MEET. sale of tne season yesterday in Casey Deputy collectors have not been Rev-enuy ! .Hr-r! l y $50,-00$12,-00- County hen he sold the McGrnwi selected, according to the best infor- - June 23rd To 26th At Louisville. Reduced Rates on Certified Plan. The meeting of the Kentucky Edu cational Association which convenes at Louisville on June 23 and last through June 2Cth, promises to be one of the greatest meetings yet held by the association. Many teachers and trustees are cx pected to go from Garrard, ns the date arranged docs not conflict with any of the schools, all of which will have been closed by that time. Miss Jennie Higgins, our county superintendent is exceedingly anxious that Garrard county be represented by a large delegation and the follow ing letter from State Superintendent V. O. Gilbert should be of interest to those who nnticipatc attending. The letter to Miss Higgins reads: "My Dear Superintendent: We nre approaching the most im portant meeting of the Educational forces of Kentucky that has ever conmake this vened. The conditions meeting of the Kentucky Educntionnl Association one of the most strategic that has met in the state. The problems confronting us of re construction, rehabilitation after the close of the war, and the terrible i.idcmic of llu, are to be largely met It is nnd overcome nt this meeting. nil important that we haw not only n great attendance but that vvv give great and earnest attention to laying plans nnd formulating policies that will prevent the schools from losing ground. We are faced with a great shortage of teachers. Salaries aro inadequate, many of the experienced teachers who went nwny to do war work will not return. Our forces are not inly crippled, but very much de. noralied. Wv should nil get together and put at Louisville June Mir intellects, souk and hearts in the u great w rk of planning to have school year. I sincerely hope thnt you will not only enlist your tcaihcrs uml trustees to attend this meeting but will also invite strong citizens who are interested in theso problems. Let us have a great constructive meeting. Expecting to sec you there and with best wishes, I am, Yours very truly, V. O. GILBERT, Of course it is a line thing to be a The wind, rain and hall of Sunday highbrow. Hut if you couldn't be one and didn't want to be n lowbrow, afternoon did a great deal of damuge would you rather be a low highbrow to buildings and crops and many valuable shade trees were either broken or n high low brow? lown or blown up by the roots. Wheat sweethis A young aviator and was the biggest sufferer, many hun heart were married in an airplane in dreds of acres being broken down and Texas thojsnnds of feet up. They are virtually ruined. W. II. Hill's big, not the first couple who have to come new burn, not yet completed, was down to earth after marriage. blown down, James McCormack, ulso lost a The farmer has to be in a lively of the Turnersville section, step from dawn to dark to keep even barn, ns did Judge T. A. Itice. J. F. (lover's 40 acres of wheat is, he with the usual insect pests. Then what will he do this year when tho thinks, an entire loss. His tobucco M. II. locusts nre added to and corn were alio damaged. seven'.t Carson, also of the West Knd, hud 30 all the others. ucres of wheat put out of commission and his neighbor, J. A. Hammond In June, Mr. Lowell says, Koy "Heaven tries the earth if it be in had IS acres badly damaged. Spears, 85 ucres of wheat wus very tune, And over it softly her warm ear badly damaged, as wus John Carter's while many crops over the county loys". If Heaven follows her custom this were dealt a fearful blow. It would year, her warm ear is likely to de- take more space than we have to tect considerable discord in the direc- spare to give the names of nil who lost by the storm. Suffice it to say, tion of Kurope. splendid Lincoln's prosK-ct- s for Statesmen differ. At the banquet Wheat lias been materially curtailed recently given nt Paris to the presi- by the storm which struck many pordent of llruiil. President Wilson gave tions of the county. It is indeed the toast and the Brazilian replied. that breadstuff should be Hut we could detect in their speeches lost when theie is such u demand fur n it and prices remain so lofty. Interno resemblance whatever to the exchange of opinion between ior Journal. the Governor ol North Carolina and the Governor of South Carolina. farm containing 210 acres at prices motion obtainable It would that were satisfactory to both seller' surprise no one. here if the chief clerks of the offices at Owensboro, and buyers. Woodson Ellis bought 45 acres of Danville, Lexington nnd Covington unimproved land at $185 an acre, nre promoted to deputy collectorships Wesley Brothers bought 45 acres at when those offices become branches $140: Mote Estcs got 90 acres at of the general internal revenue office $80.50, and James Fogle got the tim- at Louisville. Deputy collectors will be appointed ber land, of 30 acres at $50.00. Mr. Swinebroad sells the Floyd in due time to have charge of the new Curtis farm in Boyle this afternoon branch offices at Paducah, Ashland. Newport and 'Bowling and he tells us it will sell sure. i Middlesboro, I Tried to Hang Himself. Asb.e Sebastian, of the Highland section, was taken through this city today to Lexington to be placed in Dr. Sprague'g sanitarium. He has been in bad condition mentally for some weeks nnd on Thursday attempted to destroy himself by hang ing, und he came very near succeeding. He left his home nnd going into a thicket nearby, tied n rope around his neck and attached the other end to the limb of n tree. He evidently did not Jump but swung himself down from the high perch. When discover ed, breath had almost left his body and he was not far from dead. The family Euccessed in resuscitating him. brought through this mornand when ing he showed very little effects of his narrow escape from death. Interior Attention, Odd Fellows Sunday June 15th will be observed as Memorial Day by Franklin Lodge No. 7, I. O. O. F. The Memorial Sermon will be delivered by Rev. II. S. Hudson nt the Presbyterian church at 3:30 P. M. The members will report nt the lodge room nt 2:45 P. M., and proceed in a body to the church, and after the services will go in u body to the cemetery, where they will plant flowers on the graves of the departed brothers. Hro. It. H. Tomlin-so- n will have charge of the services nt the cemetery. The Public is cordially invited to attend all services. Henry Ynter, X. G. Green. Eachofthebranchoffices.it is ald wi" have an onice force ag- erwting about ten men. xhe coUect0r, who will lose their positions under the recfrganizalion plan are: Joseph T. Griffith, collector of the Second district, Owensboro; Charlton D. Thompson, collector of the Sixth district, Covington: Elwood Hamilton, collector of the Seventh district, Lexington, and John W. Hughes, collector of the Eighth district. Danville. March jury money now ready for distribution. Those serving on this jury should call on Joe J, Walker at the Citizens National Bank and receive their pay. STRAWBERRIES Stnwberrits whils they 334-F- Hardin Nominated. Judge Charles A. Hardin, of was formally declared the Democratic nominee for congress in thv special election to be held In the 8th district August 2nd, by thv are scarce. Cet yours last. $5.00 a crate. Journal. Walton E. Moss, Phone . Do Your Shop- ing Early. know that Perhaps few people there is a state law prohibiting proprietors from working uny of their fomalo help aver ten hours a day and this law Is being enforced to the letter over thv entire state. Several of our locnl merchants employ lady cerks and nono would think of violating thv law in this respect nor would they cure to demand any longer hours of them should there be no law against It. Uut the object of this notice is to remind tho patrons of the various atores of tho city, to do their shopping early. This Is especially meant and intended to apply to Saturday night trading. Muny patrons are seen shopping after the picture shows close on Saturday night and some of the stores are forced to keep open until nearly twelve o'clock. This should not be the case. Do your shopping early and give the worn out and tired clerks a much needed rest. Wilson Again Visits Tomb of Lafayette. Paris, June 7 (Associated Press). President Wilson today visited the tomb of Lufitycttc, In thv Picqus cemetery, uml placed on It u bronze wreath. Tho new wrenth is n du Ii- -i ate of a lloral wreath which the Pres.dcnt placed on the tomb when he first urrived in Fiunce. The card on the bronze wreath bears the same inscription as tho card on the lloral one, rending: "To tliti great Lafayette, from n fcllow-sv'rviof liberty." McQueary Known In Garrard County. "Mr, D. K. McQueury of Pulaski County, who is a candidate for tho Democratic Nomination for Secretary of Stute Is well known in Garrard county, many of his kinsmen, the Thompsons, McAllisters and others out on the Crab orchard Pike, are among our most prominent citizens of the county, and he numbers his acquaintances here by the scores and hundreds." (John W. Morgan). (adv.) Thursday. A certificate trict committee at u meeting held in of nomination was given Judgo Hardin, who was present, when the re tinrt nf tli innl.t nn.l nn nlliihivlt was Inimeilliitelv fur. wurded to Frankfort, to be filedWith thv Secretary of State. The actual nomination of Judge Hardin was made by n of the dis trict committee, which ordered the mutter left to this Joe E. Robinson, of Garrard and Dr. '1. IE. Welch, of Jessamine, members of the attended the mcetlnf. H. A. Long, of Shelby, sending his proxy. ' Judge Hardin was the only Demo crat in the district who announced his candidacy for tho office. Papers of nomination were' filed by Judge Hardin nt Frunkfort, on May 21st, the IhsI day they could be filed according to law. Judge Hardin's opponent In the race for Congressman will be King Swope, u young lawyer of Danville, with offices In Lexington, who wus unanimously endorsed by the republican committee of the Eighth district which met in Danville recently. This magnificent home and farm of 022 acres of splendid land will be sold at public auction by Col. G. B. State Superintendent. Swinebroad, the Lancaster "sale wizJune 18th. LOST: On public square last Sat- ard", on Wednesday, urday afternoon a package of kodak There isn't a mora desirable farm in pictures, bearing the name Smith. all this section and that there will be Kinder pleaso return to this office or a scramble for it, there Is every reaEtta Smith and receive reward. 2t. son to believe. Col. Swinebroad was THE A. W. CARPENTER HOME AND FARM. fortunate in getting to sell the place, for nearly every real estate firm in this section has tried to Und it. Space forbids a description of the farm, which lies out on the Milledge-vill- e pike, six miles from Stanford, but particulars can be had by reading the advertisement on the fourth paga of this paper. From the Interior Journal, Friday, June 7th. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 12, 1919 Binder Twine Per Hundred Pounds, BINDERS McCormick and Deering. We can deliver to your Come over or call phone and DIFFERENCE". sta- The best twine that money can buy absolutely the first quality can be BOUGHT NOW at Welchs for bnly f. o. b. Berea. Get your order in early and be sure of this big saving. WAGONS The best price in THIS world now at WELCH'S BIG STORE. OLD HICKORY. 2 4 Complete only ..$115.00. 3 inv complete only... $120.00. This price is under the market. Better get yours before they are all gone. 3-' OUR NEW GARAGE 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. WIRE FENCE Remember we are Head quarters for everything in wire fence. 55c. 4 ft. No. 9 Top only 80c. 4 ft all No. 9 only Heavy 4 point Barbed wire SO $5.00. rod to spool, only These prices arc delivered to your station. 0 B!e Wire only $1.75 a biitidic. CULTIVATORS All sizes, any kind yuii want Be sure and don't wait till you need one before buying. Let us ship today and then you are sure. If you could come over and see yourself it would pleasel you. 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- s paint at only - $3.50 90 Red Slate Roofing $2.75 tion and save you $25.00. us by "SAVE THE ..... 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 departments are all full of interesting things for you. Seeing is woman who cares. Our-1believing. Come for we will both make money. 7 WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Dunbar Male Quartet and Bell Ringers A Big Chautauqua Attraction BEREA, KENTUCKY attractive guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Bolton. June is Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill motored to county in the Paris Crossing Every Kentucky. Indiana, to visit her making a State is now engaged in sister, Mrs. Aldridge. permanent record of the part it playMr. and Mrs. Lish Forbes and Mar ed in the World War. gie Warren attended the Sunday The records of the soldiers are being made on WAR RECORD School Convention at Buckeye Saturday. The records of the civiSHEETS. Mr. Milley Beazley and Mis3cs Lidn lians are being made in the form of report; of the work done by the Coun- and Jean Broaddus were visitors of ty Council of Defense, Red Cross their sister, Mrs. White on the new Chapters, Liberty Loan Campaign Danville pike. Clubs and Women's Committees, Mrs. Adolph Beazley entertained other organiations which took a part nt a high noon day dinner Sunday in in winning the war. honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Burton. When these records are completed Those present were Mrs. Maggie they will be bound in permanent form Whittaker and children, Mr. and Mrs. and placed in the archives of the Huston Singer, Mr. Jim Beazley, Mr. county. John C. Broaddus and Miss Beulah -- Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' Historical Drive. HISTORICAL-MONT- H in the attractive guest of her friend, Rev. G. S. Conant is getting along splendidly with the subscriptions and Miss Zillah Dawes for the week-enf is hoped that the work on it will beMrs. Robert Rankin entertained a I it gin a very few weeks. It will when number of friends at an elegant din- completed surely be an addition to ner Sunday in honor of Rev and Mrsv this community, of which every one G. S. Conant. will be very proud. Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Montgomery and little daughter, of Paint Lick, were down Sunday for a short stay SATISFYING RELIEF with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant. of Detroit, Mr. James Hampton Mjchigan has gone to Cincinnati for a few days after a visit to his aunts, Misses Rebecca and Mattie Hampton. The W. C. T. U. met at the home of; Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess Friday after-- ; noon, liesuie tne regular business session, a very pleasant social hour was enjoyed and delightful refresh Thrco new mem ments were served. bers were enrolled. FROM LUMBAGO Sloan's Liniment has tha punch that relieves rheumatic ttvin&es This catterl.-.;: circulation-stimulating ecn;estion rem- Hon. and Mrs. J. Hogan Bullard left Sunday for Indianapolis hid.. where they will attend the National Mrs. Robert Hutchinsoi and little They were Shriners Convention. daughter, Hazel, returned Sunday to by Mr. and Mrs. Morgantheir home in Boyle, after a weeks Sparks of Nicholasville, and will make. Bevisit to Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy. the trip in Mr. Sparks machine. guests Mr. Jean Sutton of Georgia, is vis- fore returning they will bo the iting his sister, Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy. for a few days of Mr. and Mrs. VI. L. Dunn, at N'oblesvillc, Indiana. Mrs. G. A. Bowling and Miss Jane Miss Mavme Lee Ballard who lias a Bowling were in Richmond Monday. splendid position in the Internal RevTime to Ascertain Truth. Mrs. Celia Armstrong of Louisville enue Bureau, at Washington. 1). C. is visiting the family of Mr. Fletcher felre ttio moment of excited came home Tuesday for n visit to her on any subject to noire your Ison. mother, .Mrs. E. II. Ballard. Miss lontitx. for If you lot It the Miss Levy Dunn of Lancaster, is Ballard's many friends wero delighted may never return, and pui may denlre remain )ou the guest of Mrs. Belle Tomlinson and to see her again after an absence of In lenorance. Wirt. family. McCREARY. She has just recent several months. Mrs. R. I. Burton and Miss Mayme ly returned from a very interesting Fault. Do not think of your faults; still Mr. James Beazley was the guest Ballard were in Danville shopping trip to New York City. Thursday. less of other' faults; In every person Sunday cf Misses Humphrey. Mr. S. W. Halcomb is building a who comes near you. look for what l Messrs G. A. Bowling and W, C. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Singer spent Garage on the lot he recently pur good and strong; honor that; rejoice Rose were In Winchester Saturday on the lest week with relatives here. chased from Mrs. Hannah Sweeney. In It, and'a you can, try to Imitate It; business. It will be up to date In every particu and your fault will drop oft Ilk dead Mrs. Mary Sanders was the guest Mrs. D. M. Hale of Washington D. lar and Mr. Halcomb expects to have leave, when tbclr time come. Sunday., of .Mrs. Porter Wearren C, is expected soon for a visit to only the best mechanics. This sure- Ruskln. Mr. Jim Beazley spent Saturday friends here. ly has been needed here for quite a To Keep Young. night with Mr. John C. Broaddus. Mr. Thomps Arnold and family of while and it is hoped that Mr. HalI Tba great enemy of youthfulae Miss Bueiuh liealey spent Sunday near Lancaster, spent Sunday with comb will prove quite successful in tho drylng-uproctaa, itil till I why his new venturo and every one should we should not only keep with Misses Agnes and Lelia Hum- Mrs. B. P. Swope. much Miss Eliza Hon was called to Som- as far as possible give him their work poatlble with the young, but abould phrey. erset Friday by the illness of her sis- and by so doing boost their "little enter luto their Joys, their play, with Miss Cora Ross of Richmond spent rest and enthusiasm. We should rotnp village". the week with her sister, Mrs. S. M. ter, Mrs. A. T. Christopher. and play with them. Inter ourMlve Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Elder of Turner. Mr. J. II. Stamler, an architect of In the thlngi that delight them. Inwere the guests last week of Lexington, was over Friday with the stead of pushing children awty from Mrs. Henry Arnold and children were recent guests of Mrs. Porter Mr. and Mrs. J, Hogan Ballard. plans for the new Methodist church o and re training them all the urn, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rose of which will be built here at a very ear regarding them a a nulsanc and a Wearren. bore. Children were gtrsn us to keep Mrs. Elizabeth Burton and Mr. Ed Winchester, were over Wednesday ly date. The church will be one of u youthful, to keep oar ayatpatnlei the handsomest in the county and freak. die Cooley spent last week with Mrs. for a short visit to Mrs. G. B. Rose. in every particular. Mist Sally Wynn of Louisville was most modern Maggie Whittaker. The Kentucky Council of Defense inaugurated this work in September, 1018, by appointing State and CounThese historians are ty Historians. engaged in the laborious task of compiling complete lists of the men who have lost their lives, those who have been wounded and those who have won special honors. They aro also making a complete roster of all men A special effort is in the service. being made to get a complete list of the volunteers, and those who have been for a long time in the regular army. Every person who has a relative in the service should make It a personal duty to see that a War Record blank Is filled for such person and handed to the County Historian. Beazley. BRYANTSVILLE edy ftntlratct wthout rudiin; right to the aching spot and brines quick relief, lurely, cleanly. A wonderful help for external pains, sprains, strains, still cess, headache, lumbago, bruises. Cet your bottle today ccists Kit!?, means much. As!: your drufxict for it by Keep it handy fer the whole family, ihe biz bottle is economy. The Duntmr Male )unrtet their musical bell ringing will he The member Dunlmr of tho original Uunlmr company. unit Itdl ltlncer rnrry 1W) hnnil MK and a feature nf the coming lUilpatli t'lintitamiuu , of the company nre nlno n high-tradilulpli quartet, I Ml lllngrn pvrMimlIy organized the new i To Lecture on "The Romance of Business" at the Chautauqua curl-nill- 'jR-'- s 3 iBaHMaaaKi.:'aaaaLl gaigaigaigaHH&X. afffffffffffffffffcfjv p u 0. E. BEHYMER. mer) of the Sheldon School of Salesmanship, Chicago lecture on The Romanco of limine- - on the .ecoud night of the Rednoth Chautauqua. A presented by Mr. Hehymer, buslncs I one of tne most entrancing of adentureH. an enterprise of vital Interest to every man. woman and child. Tbl, u a lecture uhlcu everyone Interested In making a ucce In life ihould hear. Polluting his uddrew Mr. Bebymer will answer any question nuggcsted by bis lecture (Bee-hlg- h O. U Bfhymer The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 12, 1919. ARKSBUKY DO IT NOW- -e IN SPRINGTIME By A ONES Don't wilt until next winter nml nay I wish I had. Start nn ceg factory todny. IB eggs for 7G 100 for $4.00 CASH. SINGLE COMI1 LKftllOUN'S BROWN 0. BFIOQAN, ERLE C. FAKRA Ilox 21!. Lancaster, Ky. ANGUS- LAND fSTOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen Angus Cattle for sale any time Mother C'ami leaned bark In lir long r!ialr and rucl wearily lirro "" lawn. Though II m early In print the crux wat tty green. 1111 en", propped mining her pit IJHitmrshielded frniii breesen In t''i num sequestered turner nf the wnm nn, knew ixnctly how the pinlen would look lulcr, with ll.i rrpilnr'v it dercd beds nf flow era. Kurjthltu un tier Sophia' maiiiici'tiii'nt win "ri-s:- ! j Inrly ordered." That, her latiithter ai n good man ni.1T there muld tin mi ilnuht, V Mother Ce, In hir chronic Itnet'it lm. never ceed to fret ut her rl.'hl il Knphhi ilnllt roiillnr. her brother Itoger that wire It not fir Iht jmtito mrc Mother Caw would long rn ago hnie departed lhl life. Certain It win that S,li!n'x fnttlifiilnrxs knew f Only ONE out of 147 does it! There are actually, over 147 brands of cigarettes sold in this country. But, not one of them does what Chesterfields do, for Chesterfields do more than please the taste they they let you know you touch the smoke-spare smoking and they satisfy! ot (,no tlrliiK. Sophia hinl aim mnnaged Itnfcr throughout his irronliiK manhood. Alt blend of fine selected tlmiiithl of marriage' fur himself n blend in tl!ro!trnj:ed. nnd posidtile attachment tobaccos cither sex any nge. Also regis- nolilil. linger wn the siae suptHirl tered Poland Chinn Hogs. Hit; type nf the home, nml what rlchj hud hiile- of each. m l.e tmntully quelloried to a jo'ing woman life liy bring' I re A. D. BRADSHAW, II I-- her Into lhee surrounding. A"'! never faster WALKER BRADSHAW. i I:"",r- - "tlthlnndln8 hi. while h.ilr, a run jounc mill ooii iii iufi iijm'o. in popular favor because no cigarette aver gave Lnncnster.Jiy". I! Murtilnc at eriiliii from the nwri-rn- , of hi ureal l.utne value. h" vn wont lo he eiiterUlned hy Sf plim' recital of her trylnz ''') ami innTher'ii cnmiilolnlnz lit fnirtloti Chesterfield fresh from it I Smoke ' of her tiresome lot. Ami win n life up-- I moisture-pro- of nriil to he stretching forlh Into hut package. iihle.1 repellllon of days n hrenth I of MTliiEtlme floating over the ernti- Thrill Ton il.l paling tureed the ohl mother' USED REPUBLIC TRUCKS . mre. "I am going out for n lime, mother, Newly painted nl nwrhsuled Sophia ahl. "ami Nellie will he ne.ir Excellent C'jnilitiuii to wait UIhiii jnu. Mother 'oe cled her eve ami Prices nn application grunted an her solicitous daughter Write for On I.iUof uhlxkiil nwuy. Used Truck Specials Nellie the tnahl chatted happily on the rrnr porch with llob, the chaufHilt beneath her cloil IhH feur. Mother Case wa seejng memory pic- -' tore hroutlit hark hy that rare'liix jirlne breeie. ller'elf a pretty tinin-- ' try malilra. lo print pmn anil nunlinn- rei FBLIC MOTOR TRJICfKS net rsamlnc tlm fragrant lleM In earch of ttoltta. Mother Case openeil her eye In n flutter of eirltetnent anil there be- fore her, umlllnit nt her orer thJ vi-raniln rail Mood a replica of the Ctrl . of hr fancy. ' "I did not mean to awaken you," aid the girl, "but ou teemed 111 and I thoustit " . Mother Caw looked eajerly into the I (lowing face framed by a pink : her eye. no longer tired, followed the llnea of the girl's pink cambric drena. "Whtre were you golngt" ahe akel ahruplly. Tlie (Irl Ftnlleil. "To hunt iloleta." he replltd, "In a thicket Jut beond those treea." The pink rlslon hesitated. "Would you like roe to bring aome back to your Mother Case erapplcd suddenly with her cane. "I am going with you," ahe an-- . i nounced. "Could you bear my weight on your ahouldurj" "Why. jes." the girl agreed. And like a happy child the world-wear- y old woman entered Into the CARTERSVILLE. Smith were In Lancaster on business Mrs, Babra Holland and daughter, Special attention givgame of her fancy. last Friday. Miss Flossie, of Indianapolis Ind., are Kophlu returning at evening foun en to all troubles of Mrs. Elmer Woolwine continues her mother complacently resting In her Quite a number from here attend- visiting her sister, Mrs. Mike Wool very ill. the feet. chair. ed the Commencement at Bcrca Col- wine. you up "Nellie should have taken Mr A. N Ballard sold his farm re lege last Wednesday. Mr. Charlie Anglin was taken to stairs," she complained. DANVILLE cently to Mr. F. L. Pennington for Mr. John N. Turner has returned Bcrca Hospital last Saturday where II wua several days later when she $!G00. brought her new concern to her home nfter n plcasnnt visit with his he will undergo nn operation of the Gilcher Hotel every brother. Mr. J. D. Carter and Mr. J. E. sister, Mrs. Lola Shull of Camden, 0. head. Tuesday and Friday. got Into "I don't know what has mother." Sophia said. "She eats well and steeps like n child, und 1 often RICHMOND hear her chuckling to herself. She's Building, Oldham . Do you sup-actually e, Itoger. that she may be going ti , Thursday's only. a If s all the TURKISH and DOMESTIC right kind and the right quantity There justthe was a cigarette that grew such Prove the a MrJrSrccn Estes bought n cow from MrsNora Prowitt for $100. Rev. and Mrs. J. V. Mahan were at the bedside of Mrs. Fanny Pollard or.c cvenlne last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Khunleln of Kansas City nre spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. P.. S. Clark. , Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. K. Swope of Danville nre spending several days with relatives In the community. Mrs. It. A. Dawes nnd daughter are In Georgetown this week attending the commencement exercises. Mrs. Maggie Clark of Lexington has been visiting Mrs. Nora Prultt and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark. Mr. Kelly Hogg nnd daughters of Junction City, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ryle Isom last Thursday. There is announced there will be important business to be transacted at the church next Sunday morning. Mr. R. S. Speaks and daughter Miss Stella motored to Crab Orchard a few days since and spent an enjoyable day. Mr. Herbert Brooks and family All the members are urged to come. spent Sunday in Crab Orchard and were guests of Mr. Rufas Moss and family. Rev. Thornton preached a very interesting sermon nt the church Sunday morning. His subject was "The Devil" an unusual one, from the pulpit but n person that most of us are familiar with. COUGHING SPELLS SREM Put a YOUR REST Harry P. Kelly i Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish srtop to them with old xallabla Dr. King's New Discovery TThst fcoarse throat must be toothed. chest That phlegm-loade- d tnust be loosened. That cough must be checked to you can sleep. Dr. Kiag's New Discovery has bees rclitrw'r.g colds, nd coughs for half a century without the least disagreeable after-elect- s. nr, and Domestic tobaccos -- blended Your druggist 'has It because It U and In Liz decasd. Dr. Keep the bowels on schedule time tsith Dr. King's New tife Pills, the ystcm freed from poisonous wattes; the complextioa dear, the stomach weet, the tonme uncoated, the breath untainted. Mud yet positive la actioa. GUNN'S CHAPEL. Try this for Constipation J.W.Wtn Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR die!" STANFORD Saturday only. ' , OncDrop 'urtMn IHuHry Warn V dmiia In tha CURES dtiaklatf wUr tnrm 2 A DC0 u prmou wnit wm tktck a4 etlr dimboM, cKoUr A aar ' w bourbon Od 60e. twHU DtftkM I'tnt UlU. tndkImL Kftllont pri 9t.tUi imim 8t ffftHoa. At mail ptMtpakl, (Iruntitt, or Mnt Ky. Rmidy Oo. dltMMt. of It tr Llngtn, POSTED The underslcned hereby jrivo warn-Vi- g to all persons not to trespass upon ur land: for any purpose whatever Is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. It. L. Elkln, Mrs. Cora riiilllps, Mrs. Kmmn Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbotliarp, Edd and N. B. Price. 6. C. Klgsby. D. M. Anderson. It. L. Barker B. W Kelley. "A new leae of life, more likely," linger suggested. Iteturnlng home unexpectedly one afternoon, he found Nellie distracted ly examining bla mother's porch chair "Mrs. Case was Ijlng her." Nelllt said positively, "when Mist Cat went Now she's gone off for the afternoon. Hob and I searched the house an' the vnnleos in how Mrs. Case could get anuy alone we don't see, but ahe'a gone." Hastily Itoger sought the roadway, though It was Impossible, of course, that his mother coutd have wandered down the roud. Near at hand raw suddenly the sound of n quavering xn'.ie. "Daisy," called his mother, "have jou fouud any while tloletsl" Perplexedly UiiRr made his way past the thicket; there on u tunny bank tut his mother, her hip tilled ullh lolet, her trembling linger) Mirtlng them. Heslde her stood a charming girl, her dimpling face framed in a pink sunbonnet. Mother Case looked back lit her(non detlantly. , "I come here with Daisy eery day. the confessed. "Daisy Is human: h understands." A amlla ttltted over tho wrinkled face. "Daisy It Just the girl I used to he, said Mother Case. "You are vary kind." Uojer suld. turning to the girl. hls- Daisy' clear ya "Your mother is th woman that I expect one day to be," aha auswarad him aoftly. A Rare Bird THE 1919 BUCK SIX Price $1495.00 Mr. Hubert May spent Sunday in Madison. Misses Jessie B. Ray and Eunice Stotts spent Thursday night with Miss Thelma Simpson. Messrs H. M. Kurtz and Raymond Davis were in Lancaster to meet with the Educational Board Saturday. Mrs. Robert Long and attractive daughter, Miss Francis, of Lancaster, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kay during the past week. There are prayer services at the M. E. church every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Every one In the community is invited. Missess Myrtle and Grade Dean Teater visited Mr. and Mrs . Allen Teater Saturday and attended the Sunday School Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Miss Inez Land and Mr. Howard Land attended church nt the Forks Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Clark. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz entertained the following at an elaborate dinner Sunday, Mrs. Robert Long, Misses Vnleria Whittaker and Francis Long of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray, Mrs. J, M. Anion and sons, James R. and Robert Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith nnd little son, is extraordinary and excellent quality. Easy riding and made of that durable material for.which the Bulck Is famous. We can deliver you the five passenger on order and will be pleased to demonstrate. Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater entertained the following Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Milo Simpson nnd children of Lexington Pike, Mr. Frank Ray and two children of Poor Ridge, Mr. Rice Teater of Jessamine, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Davis and children,. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Crier. On Wednesday evening of this week" the prayer services will be reestablished at the Buckeye Baptist church. A Cradle Roll nnd Home F. O. B. Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. Department were installed in the Sunday School there Sunday. Mrs. John Land and Mrs. It. W. Sanders will be the Superintendents of these departments nnd a strong effort will e made to make this nn A 1 school. Mrs. Lizzie Davis, wife of Mr. Levi Davis,-dient their home here Friday, June Cth at noon. Mrs. Davis' maiden name was Walker. She was about 03 years of age. She had been in poor health suffering from dropsy and heart trouble for some time but her death came as a shock as she fell dead as she was leaving the dinner table. The remains were Interred at the Methodist churchyard here Saturday. The bereaved husband has our sympathy in these sad hours. - Paint Lick Garage Company I it, lb , nt PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. nstrmat. WW, si wsm "HO Ualsaj a. jlK ttas V v, 3' m U 3. . i i. 0 A few of them play, and my CROPS SET BACK riads of them watch nt nil BY MAY RAINS events, they join the ranks of spectators before the adolc 1 cent period is far behind. them ToBut they might be doing worse Corn Planting and things. bacco Sotting in Ken.... OF Men of the mediocre type tucky Delayed. love to disagree. They will quarrel about nlmost anything If two unknown wrestlers com Fjanitfort, Ky., June 7. The crop pete before n crowd, the spec report for the month of May was istators are soon divided into op sued today by Commissioner of Agriposing camps, excoriating one culture Mat S. Cohen. The report follows: or other of the combatants The prolonged anil excessive wet AS IN EVERYTHING ELSE. whom they have never seen be weather throughout May hn retarded fore. The two camps also ex the planting of crops With twenty-tw- o days of rain in May, preparation AMERICA IS SUPREME coriate each other. A baseball crowd does the of the soil for the planting of crops has been next to impossible. Wheat WHEN IT COMES TO THE COAL QUESTION. same. They love to excoriate, Is somewhat damaged and not as high The best coal in the world is mined in America. and in a ball park they revel in a yield is expected as the early condiantagonisms that hurt no one tions warranted. However, the con- The best conl in America fl (ids its w.iy into our yard don't They can indulge in a carnivtl lition ns n State average is 31 per forget that. 5 per less of mutual vituperation about a cent, which is year. cent showsthan I!ye up this time last It's time you were talking with us about your subject of negligible impor omewli.it better with n condition of winter stock Don't put it off tance. 97 per cent, as compared with J'J per This is better than roerimi- cent, in 191S. Barley is nn excep until prices go up. nation on questions of state tionally small crop in this State mid reports mnde the craft. Political economy is be but few Condition are given at on per is same. 9i yond the wits of the type of cent. a wr i i i man that boils over in personal Anticipated acreage of corn is giv objurgation in a ball park. If en at US per cent. Owing to the c in 3G 3111 lie (ought about a national is tinned cold and wet weather, the pre p.irntlon of sue ho would probably fight on delayed and the ground was greatly fie condition of corn lis too costly to build a home. Ac the wrong side. The Central Record cordingly, he strikes for higher of Jur i 1 w.n "i per cent. It is tirmtt-that .11 per cent of planting Year. $1.50 limed Weekly. pay and freight rates go up BABIES AND CANARIES. of corn has been dine, but jome Payable in Advance. Every one of these strikes county and McC'renry almost ull hi A man just nn ordinary ground remains yet unbroken. Con- FOR DEMOCRATIC E. ROBINSON, Editor. J. life. He was reared on n farm and pinches the physician, the farm man one ot tne bmitns ami lition of growing corn is 72 per cent. Some replanting of early corn will be afterwards taught school being recogR. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. er, and the bookkeeper; but if Joneses took his baby to a necessary in localities. SECRETARY OF STATE nized ns one of the best teachers in these also strike, prices will loctor. This happened in one Lets Tobacco Acreage Planned. taught a Pulaski county Having Entered at the Post Office in Lan- merely go higher still. Oats acreage is 01 per cent, which few ears, he studied law, and being of the middle wetsern states, Second-Clas- s Mail caster, Ky., as rt per cent lower than last year, ndmitteil to the bar, practiced in this The money that is to provide but that doesn't matter. It is Matter. and adjoining counties, in the meanall these wage increases must could have happened any- while condition is 0. per rent Hemp acreage has fallen very low with praC' time editing nnd publishing papers in and of where. Member Kentucky Press Association come from somewhere tically about of customary both Pulaski and .McCrrary counties. and course we are told that it must The doctor prescribed vari reports coming in on this crop. The He has a wide acquaintance over the Eighth District Publishers League. come from the capitalist. But ous things, and the man depart few reports give the acreage at 11 State, is a splendid ranpulgncr and will wage a battle royal from now on there isn't capital enough now ed with his baby to a druggist. per cent, with its condition at The estimated acreage planned of Rates For Political Announcement,. to finance industry; so even(Ky) to the primary." Somerset, One of the things he had to hurley tobacco is 97 per cent, which Journal, May 9, 1919. For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 tually it will not be obtainable buy was a bottle of cod liver s 15 per cent less than last year's es "Nw D.al" 10.00 from this source. For County Offices The farmer oil. There was a war tax on timate. Condition of plants is SS per The editor has the pleasure of For State and District Offices. .15.00 has a fairly clear Conception of knowing Mr. MrQueary, He is a it, but he thought more of his cent, with about 31 per cent, of crop .10 For Calls, per line fine young man nnd thoroughly comHe bought let. Dark tobacco acreage planned .10 these things; though one of the baby than the tax. For Cards, per lino is given at Si! per cent, which is 10 petent for the olficc he seeks. He middle classes, he is n capitalist it. For all publications in the interper cent less than estimated in 1918. ' represents the younger generation of est of individuals or expreshimself. Another of the items was Condition of plants is given at 90 per democrats and his candidacy tits thf sion of Individual views, per The only zinc stcarate 34 .slogan, "A new deal all around, with... .10 keeper physician and the book- ies need and which also bab cent, with showper cent of crop set. line are at present squeezed up well, as follows: Grasses ' out any rotation" which has been was this .05 Obituaries, per line Blue grass, 9ii per cent, clover, 93 not a few. adopted by democrats between capital and labor, but subject to tax. Again paren per cent; orchard grass, 93 per cent; Then look where he hails from they have the intelligence to tal niicction triumphed ever alfalfa, 92 per cent. county in the mountainsl A see that if they form independ- parsimony. He bought it. Lancaster, Ky.. Jane 12. 1919 First cutting of alfalfa has made a ticket to be popular with the voters ent unions they will simply inAn he was leaving the store fair yield. 'must have its nominees well distri crease the general scarity. So he rrmembered that he needed The general outlook for yield of buted without being For Congressman. Of course the LOCAL accepts hi the whole middle class has fed bird seed for his canary. He hay is given at 84 per cent. Expect announcement as a matter of busiD. E. McQUEARY We are authorized to announce erated in Great Britain, and de asked for tome, and was grati cd acreage of soy beans Is 90 per cent while that of cow peas is 83 per cent. ness. Henry County Loral, May 20. CHAP. A. HARDIN, of Mercer coun- termined to vote solid against fied to learn thnt there was no Livestock In Good Shapa. (adv PRIMARY, AUGUST 2nd ty, a candidate for Representative in any legislation that favors any tax. Livestock shows in good condition, Congress in this, the Eighth CongresFellow Democrats of Kentucky: whether capi (In his way home he rellect-e- d the same being 97 per cent of nor The Blue and the Gray. sional District, rubject to the action defined class In submitting to you my cundidacy talist, professional, clerical, or philosophically of the Dcnocratic party. without mal, while poultry only shows nt 80 for the Democratc nomination for (George Morrow Mayo, Bowling-(Irion- , per cent. I industrial. rancor. Yet he felt mystified. Ky., in has proven very Secretary of State of Kentucky, I as- The early There seems to be logic in 'Babies," he thought, "are pen- disastrous to frost in most localities sure you action upon these vital May 27th, 1917 ) fruit M. C. U. concise principles, uml not words, Here's to the Blue of the windswept this move. We haven't come alized in the U. S. A. They and n short crop may be expected Do you know the meaning of to it yet in America; but we are not encouraged to exist. It with thu exception of blackberries. will be my course: North. Doubling all school teachers' sal 1. When we meet on the fields of these letters? It is "Middle can't fail to notice that legisla- is more practical to keep a can Conditions of fruits is as follows: pay at end of month; aries, ami Apples, 51 per cent; peaches, 54 France! Class Union." tion appears increasingly to be ary than a baby". free school books to nil children. May the spirit of Grant be with you per cent; pears 48 per cent; plums, The union is, as its name im- designed for the benefit of this Being a member of our State Long ago in England a mar- 59 per cent; grapes, 05 per cent; nil plies, a federation of those who or that social grade, rather riage license cost three shill blackberries, 101 per cent. Board of Education, I shall do As the Sons of the North advance. even more for the schools of the do not live by manual labor. It than for the nation as a whole ings and sixpensc, and a dog Garden Conditions Low. State. con-- 1 And the only effect of it i3 conis the outcome of post-wa- r Only about of n straw Here's to the Grey of the sunswept tax ten shillings. It cost more berry crop was07 per cent,Ciardcn conI.nw requiring nil legal advertisSouth, reported. ditions in England, stant diminution of products to be a dog than a married ing published in ail the newspaWhen we meet on the fields of The effect of continual strik- - and distributed wealth while man. The dog was the aristo ditions are low, owing to the wet seapers of the county. son, and are given nt 78 per cent, France! es is to increase the tost of the dollar sinks steadily to half crat. whilo potntoea are given nt 89 per 3. Liberation of the 20.000 I)eno.jIay ,he ,pirit of u,e bc wilh you everything, the ultimate ten- the value that it represented ' But there was method in this cent. Potato acreage shows at 93. crnts of the mountains from poli-- j As the Sons of the South advance. tical nnd judicial oppression a dency being to create scarcity. six years ago. weather It is unwise to discourage the theThe seasonable June finds prevailing sane reform in our judiciary. Sal- Anil here's to the Blue and Grey n week in the farmIn America there are miny marriage ceremony; some peo ers firstthe State busy in their eager ary for Magistrates and Police one, of who advocate a six hour day, Judges. ple are already top prone to endeavors to get caught up in their When we meet on the fields of PROFESSIONAL BALL. which, if observed by workers 4. Law fixing penalty for violation dispense with it. And, al much retarded task of preparing the France i of bar association rules. in nil lines of activity from Occasionally we hear the though dogs are good pals, we ground nnd planting the crops. Farm May the spirit of Cod be with us all. A law guaranteeing to the tobec-c- o As the Sons of the Flag advance. the physician to the scavenger voice of the baseball baiter. He are able to get on without them. labor is still scarce. growers u minimum prion for would mean that only a doesn't approve of profession- But to put a penalty on bab their tobacco. Ordinance. quarter of our time would be:al ball. "KENTUCKY" 0. The creation of a State Depart ies is a new idea. Bird seed devoted to the production of There is a certain amount of may be a necessity for raising ment of Mining of equal dignity THE USE OF to the various other State depart- TO REGULATE anything. argument in his favor and certain necessnry birds but ments WATER FROM THE WATERphysician The paramount produces one argument certain medicines arc unques- Name of Great New Amendments to the State Board WORKS SYSTEM IN THE health, and the scavenger pro- - against him. It is unquestion-duce- s tionably a necessity for raising of Health laws-tDreadnaught. better protect 'ably true that it is healthier to necessnry cleanliness. If two CITY OF LANCASTER. health of our people and saw tin babies. Legislators hours less a day are devoted to play ball than to watch it. If appear to see them from the To B Best Equipped, Most Formidthem from qurcks. Increased pensions for Confederthe creation of these conditions a certain nationality produces same viewpoint as apartment Be it ordatned by the City Cnun.'il able FilMar Afloat. ate Veterans and Widows. of the City of Lancaster that any and there will be more dirt and dis- -' a magnificent micilist. thai i I endorse the administration nt nil . ... .ease than there s now. More, does not prove that the nation- u. ' -- ...I U'...kln..nn I Congress has plenty of ideas, Washington, June 0th. The next using "" - or partnerships,Jfv.il water from the by we assume ality is pugilistically magniii.;am, gome of them would be battleship to be built for the United President's League of Nctions. City Water Works System that doc ors only work eight cent. The negro nationality, worth money to Mack Sennt,tt( Stutes navy will bear the r.ano Ken- 10. I have never held a State office, a meter, placed on their shall nave property, ami while 'in office, I shall rot be and no water shall be announcement was mnde hours at the present time. They j has done it in one furnished from There are congressmen who tucky, ThisAssistant Secretary of the come a candidate for this or an said water works except by work more, of course. And if lCase, and in several other min- - 0UKht lo bc through writintf subtltt.3 ?avy Roosevelt. other office. meters, to any person or persons or liirmcro,, aiounu jvuncasicranu or cases; oui in courage ana for two-rescreams. Upon these principles I rest my case corporations When the new tuperdreadnaught, or partnerships except other places, took n notion to physical prowess the negroes the keel of which likely will be laid with you. Your ballot August 2, de- through meters, said meters to be fur come down to six hours "a day, do not surpass all other men. within a few months, is christened, cides whether I am to be your servant nished by any person or persons, corPullets Pay Debt. the .effect would be like the If we produce a certain number the old battleship Kentucky, now far to wage a fight for these principles. porations or partnerships, desiring to Gratefully yours, Fifteen merchants, business men behind the times as an efficient fightplngues in Egypt. of Cobbs and Bakers, that doe3 uso said water from said City water D. E. McQUEAUY. ing machine, will be relegated to the works system, and tho character of The middle classes realize not make us a race McQusarr Som Csmpmigntr, navy's scrap heap. meter to be used to be dictated by that general prosperity is not stars. We would probably do ; nv.' n.i nii-i- Pnuitrv r.ih t According to the plans of the Navy "In this issue of the paper will be said City Council, this ordinance to increased by a monotonous suc- velop a higher average of base county. Each club member hoi re- Department as outlined the found the announcement of D. E. be in effect on and after its passage cession of strikes. The brick- ball talent if we watched the ceived three settings of purebred proposed new battleship Kentucky McQueary for nomination on the and publication. layer strikes and houses be- game less and played it more. eggs. This fall autumn each club will be the most formidable and best Democratic ticket for Secretary of of Mr. will send three pullets WANTEDi Oa hundred Good lo come more expensive, so that But in all sport loving coun- member that the men may have to be equipped man M. war afloat. Mayor, State. people McQueary is well known DUNCAN, sold so to the of this part of the coun- cust Postst also J. their low end posts. CH the locomotive engineer finds it tries it is much the same way. j money refunded without interest. Harry Anderson, clerk. try having been a resident of this tats of ict. If. 1 w The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 12, 1919 TWO CAR LOADS !BUGGIESj The best that money can buy. It will pay you to come and look them over. We can save you money. Conn iir ct irr El Brothers. nvi vc o- one-tent- h 9- ki hand-picke- Courier-Journa- l, I i.ii T.!-.- i y J otMl, . ti.. fi y, 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 12. 1919. men to have faith. "Faith b the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not teen". In regard to myself an I the world this is true, and It is tna first step In true thinking. Fundamental urge SECTION 2 II. THIRTIETH TSAR NUMBIR "THINKING THEME OF REV. STRAIGHT" ADDRESS IN BACCA- H. S. HUDSON'S LAUREATE SERMON TO GRADUATING CLASS OF LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOL. confronting to be disposed of. It Many ipjcttlont to lie answered. it a time of big things. Blind, deaf, llellen Keller visited u museum In which It ireterved the largest skeleton of mattodon In this ountry. After climbing up on the tenfold which had been arranged to make It possible for her to examine It and bovine formed her conception of It, through the sense of touch, the .turned toward those who were He addressed it to men Issues rebuke. high up In the pictures and positions In church and state, to men of Intelligence and educnlion. "Can ye not O discern the signs of the times? ye hjnocrites! ye can discern the face of the sky." Those addressed were expert in interpreting the signs of the weather. Hut Judah had fallen under the heel of Home. She was dependent politically and morally and spiritually dead or dying. He, Christ, wat In their midst with the power to catch the Idea of what It .they needed to save and elevate to meant to her, with her face beaming I secure and saving position but they the calmly Mid. were blind to their needs as well as with expression, .needs and possibilities of the world. "Some Elephant." I We, too can discern the tint ot So today at e look out upon the of human nctivlty, ns wc call the weather, when the sun sinks in world ' ny Into play all our power of dlsciin-men- t the writ with n golden beauty we from the vantage ground of the lit will be fair weather tomorinw, If Christian view point anil turn to give 'he rises in the morning with a red arid expression. In a few words, tf w.iut angry expression we say it will be our conception i we nut exclaim ' foul weather today. Hut "can we discern the sgn of "Some problem" In nnswerlng tliil ques-- 1 The demand of the hour it for I the times". "Straight TNiilert," 1 i on we mutt ask another and ( ' .l "Thinkers", vii. What is Invoked in which meant thane who con tlui.k answer, clenrly, thote who can think things straight thinking. through, ami arrive at correct conThe first thing is faith. clusion!. Faith in the Living Cod is ftnd.i-menta- l in nil true thinking. heroic sculpture, "The Uodin't We are living in an age of mental Thinker" which itniul before the Punthcon, in I'arit, in literature for nnd spiritual confusion. t, promoting recent Liberty I.oan Some do nut know what to thing wat ailopted nt a tymbol of ubout religious matters. Thcy have the kind of cltiient America mott re- read or heard of some new discoverquire! Jutt now. The tuggestion it ies being made. Some things huve indeed appropriate. For in every llieen Hug up, new ngni upon me nri lhae of civilization today the great tlnn religion has come. Hut lme not est need U for thinkers. It It n fact thought through to a satisfactory although tome assume to doubt it. conclusion. "Ideal still rule the world." The Some have suspended judgment be tremendous limbs, the strong nrmi cause they think there arc two sides figure and hardest muicles of Kodint to every quettion and hove never dealso permit this Interpretation for the cided for or against the Son of (!od. worlds TUUK thinker always Is the Some are extremely orthodox and strong man. fear to welcome new light and weight The unthinking may appear to be and decide In view of the new evi brilliant and may seem to be eminent- dence. ly successful for a time but finally Faith is not simply credibility or are always weak and failing. What then, my young friends, are superstition. The first demand in life is faith. the qualities which go to make up true thinker? A thinker whot Jesus began hit ministry by urging men to believe. "Ye believe In God ideas have power? We could not be far wrong if we believe also in me," "These things have I said that ye might believe." ay they are three. comprehends He was looking for faith and when 1. The thinker clearly the facta of the time in which He found it, He always commended "() woman great is thy faith," lie lives. the have not found to great faith" etc. He accurately conceivct He could do the individual nor the possibilities of timet ahead either imworld no good without faith. "He mediate or far distant. works among .1. He understands the minds and could do no mighty motives of his contemporariet ond them becnuse of their unbelief". Faith in the Ilible usage means how to sway them. In short tic Is surveyor, architect Just what it melius in every day nt and engineer. Able to view the fairs. When a mnn has money to loan whole field of need nnd decide what is that man have god and what is bad in his own age. undsays "I did not let had no faith In Possessed with prophetic vision suf- the money because I ficient to know what things better him." When I say "I would do any thing and more nearly just should be in the age next to come, nnd endowed with for that man because I have lots of faith in him "every body knowt what the force which when It touches will electrify into deeds of Is meant, and so every body ought lo courage anil confident struggle for u know what Jesus means when He today to be tolveil. Many better world. Subject: "Thinking Strolght". Are we aide to discern at we Text: "Think on these Things" "A n ninn thinketh In ills licart to should the signs of the timet? while He Our Lord nnil Savior it he". Introduction: There nrc many walked among men upon the earth, problems before the mlmU of men ntked the question with a tting and a It is essential. Dut If a man eats and does nothing but eat soon, he will need the doctor and not long before the undertaker will be called. And to it is with the thinker who thinks only. If he does nothing but think and refuses to act ns he thinks, to any llfu 'of worth or purpose. The sacred thing Involved in(tnic ljis mind becomes diseased and his He Is dead thinking Is Ittason. Ijcart becomes hardened. The Christian religion claims the spiritually. The thinker more over who Is withentire man fur God. N'o faculty or power of his nature Is neglected or out sympathy Is n critic only. The thinker without will Is nothoverlooked. "Thou shalt love the Lord thy (!od with nil thy heart, and ing more than n dead weight to huwith all thy soul, and with nil thy manity, nn Idling cynic. The problems of today will never mind urn! with nil thy strength. The great adjective ALL is used four be solved, the worlds woes will never he healed with n detached phllosopy times to mnkc it Impossible to err. Itut not withstanding the explicit of onlookers. One of the secrets of Christ's power teaching of the word of God, the Impression has gotten nbrond that faith of helpfulness was his ability to sec and reason are opposed to each other, men In relation to their possibilities that both con not flourish in th same as well as their need. He looked "had man nt the same time, that if n man out upon the multitude an wnnts to be a man of faith, he must compassion upon them for they were alsheep without a shepherd." not think deeply and that if he at lows his reason free course it is to The Zacchcus He saw wus not simgo hard with his faith. ply the mnn others saw. To them he Whereas the truth Is, the Itule of was only h publican, a sinner, a memFaith nnd practice nnd the author of ber of n class whom they despised our Faith, both invite and welcome and detested. Christ saw him as a possible son of Abraham, nn heir of the strictest test of Itenson. The straight thinker will apply the the Kingdom of God. For He said tost of his reason, will annlize and "Forasmuch us he also Is a son of Abraham". dissect. The I'eter men saw was on The very uscqf words has led many faltering mnn, one who to n false conclusion. An infidel is usually known us a jould deny His Lord. The man saw- - was the kind of man upon "Free Thinker". The word Itself Christ would discourage a Christian's use of whom nnd of whom He would build hit reason. If n man who rejects his Church against which the gates of Christianity is a free thinker, the im- Hell should never prevail. Some time ago the papers told of plication it that a man who accepts it, is a person whose reason is bound the discovery of a masterpiece it with fetters. Hut it is unfair. A Art. It had been used to patch the and was Christian has u right to think just ns roof of a chicken-coofreely as any other man. If a skeptic thrown away as rubbish but it resays "I am a free thinker" I will ans- quired an artists mind and knowledge nnd eye to recognize and recover. wer him by snylng "so am I." Conclusion: and today It requires Think of the meaning of the term "liberal" in matters religious. One Straight thinkers to see and recognize who cuts out parts of the Ilible usual- in the ruined nnd confused worlilthc Straight thinkly receives this name. The Impli- djvine Masterpiece. cation is that a man who accepts the ers to see and know that the possiwhole Ilible as it is must be an illib- bility of a better world than was ever eral. This is again unfair. I ac- known before is just ahead. Straight cept the Ilible from the first page to thinkers to set about with ALL their the last but I am still a liberal Chris- soul, ALL their heart, ALL their tian. It is the duty cf all Christians mind, nnd with ALL their strength, to be liberal that Is to use their rea- to bring that age in. son, to welcome all truths with open J. G. Holland prayed saying, "Oh, minds and hearts. God, Give us Men." Christianity demands the use of The more precise and opportune according to prayer forTis today would be "Oh The gospel reason. Isaiah Ts: "Come now und let us rea Coil give us straight thinkers". Men son together". And God speaking who can think and do think and who through the same person in arrange- always dare to act AS they think. ment against the Israelites says, "My place. p it Electric Western & LIGHT POWER ot Its exclusive features make trouble-prod I THIS type of Western Electric and Light is practically automatic in its operation a child can operate it Dependable electric service night and.dayfor, your farm. Seejhis pUntinoperatioa, BASTIN BROTHERS GARRARD'S HEROES List Of Men Who Died Or Were Wounded In Country's Service Furnished ByThe Kentucky Council of Defense. Thirty-s- NEW CAR LOAD WIRE FENCE. Our last car load of are beauties. We are making special prices for the next thirty days. buy. See our OIL STOVES, the best that money can to be had. Buy one of our STEEL OR CAST RANGES. We guarantee to save you money on all the above. people doth nol consider, Israel doth not know". The people were not thinking enough. The word reason it often used loosely. What is called is reason often nothing but opinion. For instance a man asserts that he does not believe in the narrative of the virgin birth of 'our Lord because it is contrary to reason. I remind him that men in all ages since It occurred with the finest minds and with the use of their reason believed it and assert that it Is not contrary to reason, und that thousands and thousands in nil times assert as much agree that it is not. What the man means to say is it is his opinion. The result of his hearing and reading. Probably he has not read deeply enough "or his opinion might change. I travel Into Alaska and meet with an Kskimo, und say to him "I have seen every bone in my hand ns plainly us If all the flesh hud been removed". He answers "That is contrary to reason". What he means to say is "it is contrary to his opinion". He does not know because he has never experienced it. I travel down into the South Sen Islands and meet a native and say to bim "I walked across u pond In Garrard County Ky last January, upon ice as though it were solid ground". I He says it is contrary to reason. don't believe it. The truth is he has not learned of the strength of Ice. It is hit opinion simply. When the word of God tells me that thingt are possible and reasonable which I have never known and have no right to say, it is contrary to reason simply because I have never had tuch an experience. Accept in Faith, test by reason and follow on in life the Christian way, and more und more it is revealed that Edith Cavell't Last Letter. Tribune.) A beautiful letter written by Edith Cavell on the night before her execution to the young nurses associated with her at the time of her death and for a few years previously has recently been made public. It is so full of (Tampa worth-wh'l- Catualtist It Toll. It. H. Ledford, Paint Lick, died of disease. Reather Long, Lancaster, died of disease. Elmer Miller, Lancaster, died of disease. Lilburn Noylor, Lancaster, died of disease. Albert Noe, Paint Lick, died of disease. Elbert Rice, Lancaster, died of disease. Ernest C. Ray, Lancaster, died of disease. Charles Heidel Sanford, Lancaster, lost from destroyer "Jacob Jones." Bud Trout, Stone, died of disease. Fred Young, Lancaster, died of wounds. The Kentucky Council of Defense has prepared a record of the men from the State who died, were killed or wounded, in the service of their The following is the list from Garrard county. KilUd or Disd of Disease. Garrard's Wounded. James B. Brown, Paint Lick, Morris G. Calico, Cartersville, ! Jordan Ferguson, Stone. Sterling J. Herron, Lancaster, Dave Amon Hume, Lancaster, Irving Jennings, Bryantsville. John H. Jennings, Buena Vista, Charles E. Kaufman, Camp Nelson. William O. King, Lancaster, John S. Ledford, Paint Lick. Mason Elmer Miller, Lancaster, Guy L. Napier, Paint Lick. Benjamin Kaylor, Buena Vista. Herbert Schooler, Lancaster, Eddie Simpson, Coy. Mitchel Trout, Stone. Ellas Edward Wallace, Paint Lick. Clarence V hithead. Stone. Gilbert Wilson. Paint Lick. Corrections in and additions to this list should be sent promptly to the c John Baker, Lancaster, died of generous, that it should be read wherever there are people who ad- wounds. Jesse IS. Calico, Paint Lick, killed mire courage and a clear outlook upon life. A part of the letter is as in r.ctio'n. follows: ' I hope that you will not forget our evening, talks. I told you that devotion to duty would bring you true happiness and tl at the knowledge that you had done your duty carncit-l- y before God and your own conscience would be your greatest support in the trying moments of life und in the face of death. "One more word beware of uncharitable speech. In these eight years I have seen so much uniiappl-n- o which could have been avoided If o few words had not been whispered here and there, perhaps without evil intention, but which ruined the reputation, the happiness, the life jf sonic cue. My nurses should reflect u n this and cultivate loyalty and esprit dn corps." It wns tuch a woman at thit who wos foully put to death by German command, but who "beinz dead, yet sayings, so beautifully Ciirge II. Ca'ico. Lanc.ittjT, died cf dirinse. Henry Cran1:, accident. died of Charles Creech,- Paint Lick, died of disease. Phelix Creech, Paint Lick, killed in action. John B. Gabbard, Paint Lick, killed in action. County Historian. We have been in the Mill- ing business for 20 years. speakcth." ' Our philosopher says: A poor farmer's a mighty mean cuss. He steals from fields that cun't help them civet. philosopher fays: If It paid Sum to keep camp stables It'll pay to keep hog pent, cowan stables on the farm clean. Profit by our experience . and buy , V Christianity Is true altogether. Our REFRIGERATORS are the bet W. J. ROMANS This leuds to the lust point what is included in straight thinking, which is works. Faith without works is dead. Reason alone can not go far enough, all true thinking leads out Into action. No one can think too much .provided be keeps hit work proportionate to his thinking. If a man thinks and does not work he is at foolish at the man who eat and does not exercise. Eating is good. It' has Its Our Uncle cleun, in sheds White Swan Flour Latest Swing Sifter Bolting System. Notice To Public. I have bought the practice and ot Pr. T, J. Hood, ns he ii leaving town. I will appreciate the patronage of hit clientele and will endeavor, at near at Is possible, to give thorn the tame good services good-wi- Lancaster Flour Mills S. G. VtMghiB, Proprietor. which hj cuve them. I am located; over StountY Drug Store. My office phone Is W. A. WHEELER, Dentist. fra7iTtKtijffg?fi?fyMlfMMMjTM1 VVV ww fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June !2, 1919 HELEN'S RESCUE By EMMA LIEBEY f fcCht-ttamfeMimisoi ri (Mining process rissr (extra J ffd I Helen ltniney preentrd n fair pie tare n he Honied on the umd In her little KkllT. The morning kiiii Nlmne hrlghlly un her pmfulon of gulden ciirK and the hrlk hreene blew her Msht dreM nround her In rmfiilnn. I'ldo, gloiy(hlnrli vf ront, eurlitl at her feet, Juinplng up at time to bark hrlll- nt the swallow snooping along the surface of the water. She wns imtivntly iillet mid n dvi Tlolet hade that crept Into her blue leme that 'he was deep In r)c thought. The summer n coming to n close, nrd she was thinking of how II would seem In her city home dull without Iteggle Ynndjke. r'or n year he hnd been contatit In his nttrmloii ynd she was well nwnri' that only her own cixpiettlh evasions hml kept hllu fnmi telling of his low In words. And now he was gone out of her life, sent nwny by her In nnger be hml culTed the ears of I'ldo when that pampered mtilno hud endentorrd to plant nn ulTertbinnte kiss on Ids fare. Letting the onis hang loosely In her hnntls her Ihoiithls wnndernl Ictek to the occurrence, lie was brutal, to be sure, but then exeryone did not love dogs. She sighed ns the thought rame to her Hint now she would tieer feel the pressure of lleggle's Hps ngalnst hers, and as he reallfiil Hie lioldness of her thoughts a llil-- h of rrlmson crept over her fair face. She was aroused from her nwerle by n sudden Wast of rohl nlr that rTreemnl brr boat until It seemed that It would rnpslfe. A ,Hond gust tore the oars from her grap and spun the Intui around. 1'blo, In nn ertnsy of fear, rrept Into her In nnd Irletl to Kiss her face, but the thought wns now repuNe to her. and ns she pushed him Into the Ixittom of the of Keggle rjimo to her and she found herself longing for bis strong inns nnd steady stroke to carry her to safety. The beautiful Morning had vanished, a sudden tempi st hating burst upon drlfllniT tho smd while she had ph ng. The gale Increased In strength nnd the roll of tluuider grew Into terrific crashes, while hbl sheets of Are lightened up the black rloiids. The torrents of driving rain hail drenched Helen, and her pretty while frok with lis tlylng rlhlMtns elung In folds nlHint her rhllleil limb". Her wenllh of hair curled more closely to ber bend and hone In the flashes of lightning like a halo nliove ber pale and terrllled face. The blinding sheets of rain had shut on all view of the shore nnd, despairing of rescue, Helen prnyi-sllentlr and nwnltrd what seemed Uke trrlaln death. Kldo, head uplifted, howled In terntr, sending out spasms of Mtiind Hint It seemed Impossible rould come from so small a l"ly. Suddenly from behliul the veil of rain came n faint "Halloo," and the color cume'bark to Helen's pile face. Safety was at hand. She was certain if It, for that wns Iteggle'a voice. She gave no thought to how he ciinnced to be there In the storm, but was content, nt she knew she was safe when he was nea"r. Fblo bark, si and howled In alternation, nml "in, dimly seen through the blinding rain, came a dory IiiikIIisI by lleggle's strong arms. As he drew up to the tossing skiff be threw one arm nround Helen nml lifted her Into the dory, clasping her for an Instant to his bosom In an agony of delight. I'ldo. wllh n courage ilciclopcd from Ids fear, Into (he bont. nnd Isith mnhl and dog huddled In a drenched heap In the bottom of the dory. It was n long and dcspinite struggle ng'ilnst the wind, and lleggle was nlmost exhausted when u score of willing hands grasped the Ismt at the shore and Illicit fill Into her father's arms. An hour Inter Helen nnd lleggle stisnl at n window In the llauisey cottage with his arm around her waist and her fair bond resting happily on his shoulder. "Iteggle." she whlperil. "I think I will gle I'ldo nwny. I tieter want him to kiss me again." Willi a loving link lit the fair face resting on his shoulder lleggle refused the "No, we will keep I'ldo, as bnt for bis barking I would not have been able to locate the skin wllh Its precious freight." As he stooped to pre.s a kiss on her upturned Hps u glorious rnlnbow- - shone out In the sky. show lug the end of llic storm und the beginning of n lf of happiness to Helen nnd Iteggle. (Copyright, W. tv th McCture paper Hyn'llcale.) pltureijue i. fly t .tie urnple ni say me can sri'lyl' uiifjl li" nver old toft wotsl or piri u ' w died lls , iWi , . . J furniture MhaMctl.rtIrnsi(l,rikianJearslii,errjllirtla centt per iquirc I t Dirrcti i a on each can. t.i t 'Jplr!fpi j- 'fir and ' I ' )' it at THE )u mtniT. tvtMt nsj L STORE t htt art iMvirr.1 mii U tntcmt ii rrir.sri, dairr-am (fur to rr) TMC t mit ai i IN YOUn LOCA.STT i f J (Jit unvl qti pwf I. ' rti, uiimh m tyr (Mt ' COMPANY OHIO VMH Clf VttAND, O itl Little appreciated when we have it. 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THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Be Glad. If jo" we nvmnn or wofiui sucl"ti't waste cessful, I'f Kind of time belittling 111" success. I'm- - )oitr for-- e trjlng In oiual It. 1 "S J S - - MISS ERLYNNE ST C ELY. M Cepffal $50,000. Surplus . 430,000. A. 1!. DENNY, President. J. E. STOISMES, Vice-Pres- t. S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. J. P.. HARMS, Individual Book-keepe- r. r. HUGH MOBLEY, General Dall Thought. There l no tiinn so good, who. were ! to submit nil his thought and no t'ons to the law-- , would not deserve I nnglns ten times In his life. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. G. B. Swlnebroad, Prehistoric Almanac In the British museum there I to he neen nn nlmnnnc whlih Isji'mijenrs older than the Christian eta J It dnlei back to the relcu of tlo Csjplhin king, lininescs the (Ireiit. Gas In Bamboo. Natural gas ronvejed In bamboo tube was utilized In China jenro ago, nri'l one of their writers mcntlnnt hoxo) nhlrh repeatwl tie nound of volrei that were ilead n tn.i- chine similar to the phonnsmph. I Tlie Steely Concert Company, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steely and daughter, Krljnne, will be the iillrucllon for the fotitth litter' noon of the coming Itedpuih Chautauqua, and will also glte a night prelude. I For more than llftern jenrs Mr. and Mrs. Steely hate Keen delighting big audiences everywhere wllh tocnl nml Instrumental tpccliiltlr. All lliree memhrrs of Ihe company urn cstrnonllnarlly tersatlle. llesldcs tsissrsslng cicvlleut voices, they nil uppcar In plnno and iiinrtmhiiphone selections. Also Mr. Steely plays the sainphone and concertina. Miss Steely Is u eartisinlst as I weli at u musician and ber drawings constitute a feature of the progruia. m ;ri jusi KtLtivtu a iak ur A SAFE INVESTMENT TO YIELD 6.60' GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION 6 CUMULATIVE DEBENTURE STOCK Ciilabli at SI 15 ptr Shart aaJ Accrued Guldens! Fa: VilM of Shins, JICO .novkmiikii The principal products of the (ieiierul Motor Corporation are: AUTOMOBILES Cadillac. Ilulck. Cherolet. nnmuAity. may. DIVIDENDS aucust and il,l!Ti:ill.V Oakland, Olilsmobllc, Strlpp-llooth- . TRUCKS AND TRACTORS i. M. C, Chev lolet, Oiilsmoblle, Sauion. for the pust tin1 e.irx have averaged eaeh Earnings after taxes year nlv llnifs dividend requirements on cntlru amount of Debenture uuil Preferred Stmk outstanding. Orders may he telephone) our expense. Special circular on request. PRICE $90 PER SHARE y Jamis C. Willson & Company 210 S. Fifth StTMt LOUISVILLE. KY. Could Verify Statement. "There-- are adncs," said the mu!-!n"that nevet, never die. They co rlMk'Ins down the nKes." "T'hnt In ru lr," llrown replied. "For the pant li The Yellow Serpent. monlhs und upward I have heard in) Some of the negroes who have relimiEhter try to kill two or three eiiel turned from France were members of eeulnir, but they never, never die." whose Insignia Is the Hint dltlslon A New York rolled )el!ow soreiit. I who sniv three of them slum!' woman To Oct Rid of Roaches. The United States drDartment of hp 'lug on the street was curious about ' rl culture considers ridding a hoiiKe of (he meaning of the emblem, and asked t roaches Important enough to give In the negroes. One of Iheni was n ser uructlous how to accomplish thin. Mix geant, the others prmitcs. The seri'iuul part of sodium fluoride and geant wnted the others grandly liilrk Hour (or starch). Use like ordinary to prevent lluir answering. He had roach powders, forcing It Into crevices, prepared the reply tn that question. "Lady, dey Is two ineanlii's to ills sprinkling It around drain pipes, etc heah emblem," he explulnisl pompously; "de fust signification Is dat we ocDisliked Church Bell. cupied n daiig'oiis and lmohtnnt pott It la not everyone who regards tho called iinake Hill, and de second sigbelli of London with affection. Keats nification, lady. Is dat we wut p'Uoo ' expreued bis dislike of the Sabbath to do Gcrmst.." ; bells in a sonnet, and there Is a story , I of s man who eras with difficulty dls- Altogether Too Smart. from becoming a Mohammedan "Some men." snhj Unrlu, Kbesj, "Is Isunded to escape Into a religion which so smart dat dey Inset Interest In plain to tb ringing of church truth 'cause dar ain't bells. enough novelty to It." TOBACCO STICKS At $11. per Thousand Tobacco sticks nre awfully scarce this year, and those who wait, are Koinif to find it next to impossible to secure them at all. If you expect to need them, you had better got YOURS NOVy. This is the only car we have bought, and we. will probably be unable to secure another, one like it. A. H. BASTIN & CO. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, June 12 1919. THE MOST DANGEROUS o No Afpinn of h human loty r th Important t htnlth mitt lorn? 1lf kidneys. Whfn Hiry 1ovr uii nnrl com te look nut! mnce to Ik t their u Mml out wti t the trn'.LU in without rtnlay, nrrtou. Vliiio.r you l nlftileMnean, suffer futn illtiweak, or halt julrii In th b.ivk vuAr up at once. Your kl.Ineta runt help, Ttirne r ilKnn to wfirn yu ttut your art not nrfTnrniliiir ihelr funcTiiijr r only half tions properly dotntf thtlr wnrk nn.1 are altiw.nff trn purltle ti acumulal anl h i (invertI n1 tit her isoltnni. ed Intii uric ri whUh are van In yon iltMref in. will deslr y )iu un 11 they ar driven from our system TO PREVENT EROSION DISEASE JL' OF FERTILE LAND TERRACING IS MOST EFFECTIVE METHOD IE i let om OOtX) MKD.U, Hurlem Oil Capsule at once. They ar an old, trtaA preparation uiej all ovtr tli world for They contain only cnturle soothing oils combine! with RtreiiKthftlvlritf ami yImcle:inlnc herho, wall known anil uM byi.hyl-cia- n 10M In thnlr 1aJly practice. MKDAL Haarlem UII CMpiule are tiirct from tho Uhoratorlea in llollftivl. They are convenient f take, iinl will alther lve' prompt relief of your money will t refumJM. for any druir store, hut be sure to th.Mii at rt the nrUlnal Imporled (iOU .Ml.Ik.W brant Accept no substitutes. In aealej packaffet Three sties. .. Ice Cream and !S; Phone 56 (( ,k m iV. f -- Diaw A Check j " Terrace Dsnk Thrown Up With a R:sd Scraper. for tl.e money you ov e and BASTIN BROS. FLOCK i fTOftV W - St. iiinte how iniii'li mure res- nwiftilly your creditors re- Tliey like lo do k'anl'yim Imsin is5 with n jiuin who lius an ticc.mtit at t lie Garrard GIG WEEK Ifl HIGHWAY WORK COMFORT OF CHICKEN Centrists Totaling $2,034,378 for Road- BulHlnj Awardtd In Slate of Pennsylvania. (I'rf aretl by tlin Unite,! fitntes Depart mcnt of Agriculture.) on.l.-i- l April V2 P iiiikjI-vnnt- .i hi tin- - wf-fptnti' Mcliuiiy nltkliiN iiwnnlol nmit liiillilltii; inntnirtt Inliitlni; ?'.'.IKII,- .T7S. iiiTunlltij: In tiK'Xisw t tin' r uu uf iiiilillc pmii, tJnlliil Stiiti'i nf ncrli'iiltiiri', wlilili mlnilii- -' ivtrrs tlii- - fiili'ral l rmul int. Tlil Henri' N In II. 'jiil In rrini'iit tlic cri'iitr't atimunt f rmiJ urk furtually ifk hy tiny ciiitnirltil fur In niii tiiti. iiml Ik ri'giinliil iih uii inilkutliui lll In- - Mit lulilli'l nf tin- - fnrii- - Hint lilclivvny nintructln:i nuw IIkiI Ain, ri' ttn nltic from tin- - worM wiir in ri'Mimo tin- - Intfrlor tti'M'tniinirtit of till.1 (niintry. Of tin- - l' ml:itil:i mn-- 1 tfiirti tin iitli.ni'it, tin- - fiili rnl pivi-rn-ulil nmil net, invnt. nmli-- r tin- l t to tiny $!tll,l'J7. A IkiihI r.Mi.nml.Oiiil fi,r rimil liull.llrn; una iiutliorlztil'ln. IViniMyHuuIn. When Confined on Account of Bad Weather Provide Straw Litter for Scratching, (Prepared by tiro United States Depart ment or Acrlculture.) If tin- - ililiki'iii imiit Ijc mnfinnl on iirrntint of Imil wrnllicr rrnvlili- - n Rnml Mrnu- - litter In wlilcli tliclr crnln fi'oil tuny l,i M'nllrnil. Tlil will irli- - tlii'lii oxerclm- - nml k p tliin nnil lii'iillliy. Winn ililtkcin tlmt liai- I n iirriiti)inpil to frw rnnci' uni iliisily I'linllmil tlilt rhtfki lliolr ili'i'lniini iiw for the llmo liclne - nimlc unli'iii tliey nriointentii! Ill lliilr nuw unrtrr!. l'nnlili- - irrrcn fur tlirm also. fii ir ii 1 t iriril Bank & Trujl Co They know he doing bu.incss In qnen such n account even II your will grow nil right like .vy. aHairsare not large. business ltetlir They '! The Garrard Bank & Trust Company BANKING SAFE-PRIVATE, BY MAIL and CONVENIENT' ' WATER SUPPLY IS IMPORTANT j ' Dlttanca It no ebleet toul J Prospective Builder Should .Solve Problem Before He Doee Anything else at Start. (Prepared by the. THE CHEVROLET. MOTOR te CAR Wank to your door and furtl!SMior2S'il pa A v-- . ' .iFiMriHiriuiiJt (mil, worrn IVJi!itlng, n'VC'rJ from you will 6rlng',(uiiftix.1 lUnjuon of our plan of "Banking by Mall."Tnoj. .pi.2inapon. fitiim iiiMK tnM-iii- ,. kitM( .nitr llr-llUI-IO- M, ,CroiH4u:l ni.juuni.tj -- NtAiiLy half a ciflrunr in iwinim?"""1" HOLLARS' , States Depart ment or Agriculture ) No ipii'itliiiiH nn of crtiitrr Impor-Imiri- to tin- - fnnn family than the " farm'H water supply nnil tin-- illpnal Shelter From Sun. of Its urootf, Tin- - prospective liulla ' After a bi'iiviiii nf oilil nml rnln, w er shoulil make certain that these nr tipt to fiTi'i-- t tlmt th sun I wnnn-- ' prohlems nre mlveil tiefnre ho Joes 'hi: up, nml diliks ilurkx nml ccese anything else, for they lie at tho n. v. from tlic tun hk well as foundation of the entire household's rom tlio rain. health anil comfort. United in every The Cliovrolci Motor Car is respect. Built for service and comfort. Four' Ninety Roadster, $713.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. Thirty Thousand Teeth. It K hellei-- . quite irur. that the nitniiinn or pinlen nall "hn miMethln-tH- e nnii What Its ferllncs Inncunie inn-- t hi- - hen - we nas iiMiuinriiiii:ne ynii to tie. ()til. Dally Thought. Time Is (rrtii rally the in PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY t.H tor. Faint Lick, Kentucky. I hr iad, shallow sheet at u low velocKroslon Injures nr practically mini ity. It has boon found that nvemgr fertile land. Hnftom ns well ns hill Mills are not wahiil much In bmad lands sulTer from tl.e nmii'S of iro-!m- i. l.tvrraie channels where the full dne (1 Inches In KM J lint exceeil feet an( I Tcrrnclns Is the most effective It Is reeomnieni!ed that this fall nevit lie exceeded. However, even with thk methiMl nf hteppliig epolnil. Other 'leans of reihieins erolniillint limild fall home washing nocuin and sonu rlc.li soil particles are carried nit tin he employwl la ronnei I lull with nre plnwlns, bmwIiis I rield. Hence a graded terrace slinulcl b- - given no more fall than Is neces iiimt crops, ! Inwiti'; under iirpink-innttewater with-nu- t contour plnwlnc, nnil under-lir- a sary to relume ihe run-of- f danger nf the terrace being mer- lulu?. Them ate two OMInct tpe of ter- tnp.iil. The U'rruces may be laid nut races, the beiirii terrace ami the rhlse with n unlfnrm nr n varlalile fall. The ttrr.T'e. The hemh termv Is purlieu,-larl- y best results are ulitalned where the To nisure prompt movement of all live stock from Central Kentucky tlttisl for uo on Ktie hlopes, Mirlable full Is used, sjnee It tends to proent the concetitratloii of the wapoints on the Louisville nml Nashville 1'ail Uoail, arrangements have Just while tin- - ridite terrsnv Is ep,s'lHlly ter nt Ihe lower end of the terrace. been completed for the handlini; of live stock from stations hetwecn Iiuw-lan- d iiiliipteil for use nn inoileriite vlnpes. Also less washing occurs where the nml HlcHnioinlj via Winchester, connectini; with lic stock train leav. Tlie.rlile terraces uro illldiil Into Mirlable fall Is used. two ilaeM-s- , thA niirrnw base nml the Injr l.cnlniiton nt s'.jo I . I. hclmiule Is as rollous: The provision suitable outlets may be laid nut bnmil l iiH". ls one leel nr uf 111 II fall iilonir the terrace racing of the biggest problems In terwork. Nuttirul water course tn carry the water off at u low vcl.io Ity. The lin .iiMuik- - terrace inn lie limtre the bet nutlets. Sometlnies It Is necessary tn ronstruct ditches for cullhateil and can be crncd readily tise as outlets. Where natural draws, by larui' fanli inaihlnery wltlmut Ingullies, nr roadside ditches are used jury to the terrace. The tiarniw-bas- e should li mice dues imt msei--s either of theybuilding lie protected from erosion 1 1:15 A.M. Ky Lv How. land by. iktitsm them brush, ion thi ee nilMinliiC'ii, and under nnllnary Ky I.v Gilbert 12:01 I'. M. daniK. i Irciimstiinces Is Iom ileslrable than ciete. Motsplnnk, nr Ky Lv. Lancaster 12:15 I. M. growing of grass In draws usi-type. Ilnweter. when nie the Iii.i.'hI-IimvKy Lv. Hyattsville. for outlets Is especially rccommcndiil. 1:45 P. M. laid out km;! It Is Mimetlmes colli-vnteTho wnrk of lajlng off terraces Ky Lv Point Leaycll 12:55 I. Jl. Fiiccesfiilly nn very mndy soils ' Ky Lv Paint Lick 1:31 I. JI. Hint are capaWe nf absorbing larso shiiuld be dnne carefully, preferably by an experience) man. The best In' ;,v Silver Creek Ky 2:00 I'. M. iiiiilitltles of water. struinents ure the farmer's small tele Level-rtldg- e Ky Lv Ouncannon 2:25 1. Jl. Terrace. scopic level and the engineer's large Ky Lv Fort Estill 2:40 I. JI. The brniiil base" level-tklg- e terrace level. Is laid out alinliitely level. Ky This 2:50 1'. M. Ar Kichmond The plow nml the V drag are most mnn' nearly mectx the requlrrtnciits CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. generally used for building up ter of an Ideal terrace thun liny other Ky Lv Richmond 4:00 I". JL type. Its dlhtliict uilvnntHSe over n races. Other ImpK'iueuts sometimes ure tho steel Lv lied House Ky 4:30 1. JI. terrace with fall Is that practically usfrd slip scraper, ditcher or terrucer, the disk plow, and Ky 1:15 I JL Ar Winchester none of the fertile part of the Mill the tho road grader. At crossings of nre returned froiii the Held. It Ik parCONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. draws und gullies the slip scraper It ticularly KUltiible for use on open, Lv Winchester Ky 1:45 P. JI, pcritHatiln mils. When Ukeil In con- uvd to build uft Ihe high terrace Lv Wyandotto. Ky 5:00 P. JI. It Is very Important that nection with tile drains on any type Lv Avon Ky P. JL top of the terrace be built to the nf Mill It umjiioktliuiulily Ik the most the pmper grade. The upper terraces of 5:2!) P. JL Ky LvFenwick ffoctlvo method ever employed to li field should always bo built first. Lv Jtontrose Ky 5:55 P. JL erntluu. Care and Attention. Ar Lexington Ky 0:30 P. JL hmnVbiise, Rrniled-rlils- o ter-nuThe Terraces nspilre considerable care CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 trcnerally known na the Xlungum nml attention, particularly' during the Ky Lv Lexincton 8:33 P. JI. terrace. Mi.eeH all the uilvantaKCK llrst jear after they are built. Tliey , Ky of the broad-biiM- k terrace should be Inspected nfter every heavy Ar Louisville 4:00 A. JI. The Hourbon Stock Yuids Is located on the rails of the L. nml N II. II. with the exception of the one stated rain mid any limits or weak places It may repaired Immediately. at I.ouitville, ,md live stock can bo placed for unloading upon In the preceillui; purucrnpli. The best reurrlJi, thus nvoidlnn terminal delays und cnablini; Central Kentucky ship-pe- rt be used on any typo of will, but la rcc-- ) sults are obtained when the crop rows - um wnt-riit uh- levcl-rtdg- uu bunaterrace nre run parallel to tho terraces. to market their stock the day after loadine. the broaiMuifce, lu order to imilntulii the height and Ship your Live. Stock to Louisville, the South', Greatest Market. without tile Urulnnce cannot be used width of the terrace, u cultivated terMirct'ssfully. KroUn Is reduced to a race should be plowed at least once minimum In the terrace channel bf each ear, and the soil should be carrying the wutvr off the field In a thrown to the center of the terrace. a In 17SA Beginning nf Auto Crate, In September I'll", there were on file In mure than Wl Uncle tisn. fur patents on nuti'innblles. "Pe mnn ilrfs inakln' llf n llttln Tlire humlrnl illnerent tjpes of motor hnpple. fur s.iiiie one eUe Tncle vehicles hsil beer, built nr siero In KIh-ii- . "Is iloln' a h.il!i inn' thin lie process of construction at that date. rnennnres i:rn.. hv earln folks ilat fine clothes nml nelln lMiy.M The Eyelats Glide. It wns nt n t.ininl iluiielnir tisrtr. Strike Balked Legislators. A strike eiirj- - hniucht n lecllntnrr n ilnnclnz nlth n yotim; mnn' nml I I wn felt tn n stnmlstllt, nn less than the lniiie who wore r)ei:lnse. sniiietlilne rnhl slide iIuhii my ImiV nf repreentntles at Washington. The ami my frtiml ubl, "I'linbin me; my iiffleers of the house Innl notified the tennBrnphers tlmt their pay would Clashes hae fnlhn iboru our hutk." NiMiHes to sny I ecaiH-- i tn the ilress. he cut ten cents a folio, nml the slmrt-h- a ml writers Immediately truck, fore-liu- r Inc rnnia nnd had the slnses rern,iei n suspension nf nml returned In him. Chicago .Trllc flttlns until mntters were uink'nbly urrmifeil. une. SprMd of tv- - a The nranjrr Inradt." J .i rlc-t uNtnt ItOD. 1 , till the sir-first ttlflnt-i- ! In u frem Af- miown In tary. nnrl ." "-"--t;' an i "r i wicr Lines of Terrace I Located by Plowing Two Furrows Together, Depart Beware. The frequent repetition of any faexpression causes iienuunciit alcial terations In the expression, nml these cnrresmnd with, and suggest to the beholder, the rinotlunnl snte that has nrodomlmitis-- : so that the in.m uhn li always Inushlnz conies to look "a Jelly man," the thinker a thoughtful man, ami the woman who worries begins to wear n worried look that persists. j Valuable Tree, The heech. which Is found In zone In Europe, America and Aslu. Is valuable In medicine for the creosnte distilled from Its tnr. Creosnte, creosote and carbonate fuiilarnl are medicine used to supplement the hygienic measures which have done so much to reduce the death rate In sufferers from pulmonary T itiari .1 ir. by tho I n!tl KUtes lit i:f Acrl' utture ) di Attention Lamb Shippers. STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! fr We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. AyigMOBILEl ANDSGAS! ENGINE REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with u new battery or repair your old one. " '5:21 guaranteed. battery charger We have installed and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine wo can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and wo will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs , too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. Wo handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage' jthnn any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped ti Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction Patrick & Conn. I THE BOURBON STOCK YAR0S. , HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 12, 1919 ASSERTS CHANGE Pershing Sheds Tears at "Their Wounds Are Sight of Wounded Badges Of Honor." NOW. EVIDENCED. Soldiers. The second week in June has bfen "I'm Like A Different New York, March 12 (by A. P.) set npart in Kentucky in whichsacri-to show our appreciation of the Woman, Since Using Tears rolled down the cheeks of Gen. fices made by the men who were I'ershing, while visiting wounded of- wounded overseas. ficers nnd men aboard the hospital The lists are not yet complete. Trutona," Mrs. February They have been compiled by ship Mercy nt Bordeaux Fred P. '27, according to the stories of the Caldwell, State Historian, from the Thompson Says. 381 soldiers who arrived here to-d- on the ship from the French port. Tailucati, Ky., June 11, 1919. Gen. I'ershing made two visits to Mrs. C. F. Thompson, 45 ycnrs old, the ship with his staff, it Is said, on a well known 1'ailucah woman of 710 the day of embarkation nnd on each South Fifth street, Is nmonc the large occasion passed through the lines of ., , . t number of local residents who ore I wounueu i men in. ine uouuie a, iters uii saying, that they "feel like different I cots on each side nnd praised and persons", since taking Trutonn. comforted them. Once he stopped "I had suffered from catarrhal af ot the cot of a wounded marine who fection of the head, nose and eyes had lost a leg. He shook the soldiers for several years", Mrs. Thompson hands nnd in n tone of pride nnd symsaid. "Mucus would accumulate in pathy declared: "You boys are wonmy throat until my head and nose derful fighters." up, would become terribly stopped Later he came across a young solMy eyes were usually inflamed and dier in the surgical ward who was The General with would "water" until I'd be almost badly crippled. fatherly solicitude for his welfare refrantic. "I feel like u different woman, marked: "Boy, you are a real man!" since takinj; Trutona. My head Then addressing the others in the doesn't "buzz and ring" as it did be ward the tears came to his eyes, and fore and my nose and head arc not the old fighter who had won fame in stopped up any more. The innam the Indian uprisings, the Spanish-America- n motion and watering of my eyes is War, the 1'hillipine Island also greatly improved. Trutona has insurrection and the great war, ex been the first medicine to give mo tolled the valor of the new veterans. "Nothing is too good for you", he relief, although I'd tried many before and I highly recommend it to Uiose commented as hi" bade the boys suffering from catarrhal troubles as I did '. KY. TEATERSVILLE, Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Lancaster, at R. E. Mr. E .B. Ray recently made n bus McROBERTS DRUG STORE. iness trip to London. (Advertisement ) Miss Bernicc Broaddus spent Sun day with her aunt, Mrs. Dave Long. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel of Bry- Triantsville spenj Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Otto Simpson. Messrs E. P. Grow and Otto Simp v son attended a shorthorn cattle sale It near Danville last Thursday. "The wounds you bear are the noMr. and Mrs. I.. L. Sanders of blest badges of honor any man has Crab Orchard spent Saturday with his ever worn; they exalt you to a su- mother, Mrs. Mary A. Sanders. preme place in the minds and hearts .Mrs. Otto Simpson and attractive of your countrymen and of all the little daughter, Jannetta attended the America realizes world. that she commencement at Berea last no has no more solemn obligation, more patriotic duty than to express in Misses Lucile and Lee Hendrickson practical terms the gratitude that every American man, woman and also Miss Hoffman of Marksbury, at child feels for every one of you. tended the Sunday School Convention at Buckeye Saturday and spent the America will not forget." night with Mrs. Elbert Calico. United States Official Bulletin, from newspaper reports nnd reports of the county historians. It is hope!! thnt the lists may be made fairly complete during the June historical drive. Every county in the State has contributed to the lists. Wo are proud of the scars which these boys have received in such a righteous cause. Crusaders all, they their own land, but for the liberties their own land, but ofr the liberties of the entire world. They carried the dash nnd courage of America into the Argonne, Bell-ea- u Wood, Sedan and Chateau Thier ry. Their record will go down as one of the most brilliant pages in all history. "Their wounds are badges of honor." Gassed Wounded. ' It has recently been ruled by the. War Department that a soldier who has been gassed severely enough to require medical attention, shall be considered as having been "wounded" so as to entitle him to wear a wound stripe. tr i t y '';"'!' .;f(t v., " OAVID LLOVD GEORGE I I i J. dw I British Delegation, Paris. 8th April, 1919. To A Wounded Sammy. By Cecie Jackson Sea. He's home again, My Sammy Lad, Whose heart was strong and brave, With firmer step ami steadier hand. And mind more calm ftnd grave. His blood helped stain that battle President Wilson's bute to the Wounded Men. ground Drawn swift by German shell, He gave his hand, if needs his life. To trample German hell. I'm proud to know My Sammy I.ad ' Faced strong a hero's chance: I'm prouder still to know he fought For his own fair land and France Get a Min-SIx- e Job. It I' m easy to And fault that self. rrpittlng 'persons miRht to he iHinmnl to waste their energies In thnt way. llottnn Trnnscrlut. I have very great pleasure in sending you this say how highly I think of the great work which haa by the Salvation Army amongst the Allied Armies in France and the other theatres of war. From all sides I hear the most glowing accounts of the way your people have added to the comfort and welfare of our soldiers. To me it has always been a great Joy to think how much the sufferings and hardships endured by our troops in all parts of the world ce have been lessened by the and devotion shown to them by that excellent organization, the Salvation Army. Dear Madam: letter to been done self-sacrifi- Yours faithfully, Commander Evangeline Booth New York City DAVID LLOYD GEORGE. Salvation Army Home Service Fund BONNIE CASTLE THE COUNTRY ESTATE OF 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, Acetelene 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 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 0 miles Stanford, 10 miles Danville, 3 miles Moreland, on the Q and C railroad. NEARLY ALL IN GRASS 40 acres timothy,-Cacres Orchard Grass, 30 acres wheat, 30 acres hemp, S 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. WATER Best watered farm in Central concrete troughs, 2 large ponds fed by Springs. Ken-tucky, ub-divisi- on .AM II)EAI' HOME An opportunity seldom ofrered either publicly or privately. The unimproved tracts have good building sites fronting on pike. WANT OF SPACE forbids further descrlp-tio- n but we have Booklet containing photographic views anil more complete details, send for one. NOW LISTEN! HEAR ME THIS BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE TO THE "HIGHEST WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY. Mr. is FAIR enough and GAME enough to take his chances on his land bringing what it is worth. He will make a deed to SOME BODY "WILL THAT SOMEBODY BE YOU". All you have to .1, is . m.i Every BID A BONA FIDE BID. last. FOUR STOCK BARNS Crib and Crushing room, Brick Servants Room. Brick ice and Dairy House, 2 stock sheds, Carriage House and Garage. FENCING GOOD lawn and fine garden. 12 Fields Wul BID-DER- ". Car-pent- er besides lottt. 4, large ON RURAL ROUTE Morning papers delivered at 12:30, Telephones, close to schools and churches, splendid neighbors. AT THE SAME TIME WE WILL SELL FOR MR. CARPENTER THE FOLLOWING PERSONALTY STOCK: 4 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 mulo 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 Drair Limo Snrnn.w mitr' 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 tale. 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. The Real Estate Han. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. 'NqA-?VT"77''T- rtS5r The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 12, 19)9 w 1 C ARDS. I ! KHAKI J.J.Byrne Exclusive COLUMN f I rUrllKlrtaJSirSartsRSltartifUfcartfl vf Tho following Interesting letter lias been received from Stanley Her-ro- n, written to his parent', Mr. ml Optometrist .Mr. I.. E. llerron, nnd will be eager-l- y read by his many friends hero. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY "Seltem. fiermnny, May 1 1th. 19. .My Dear Mother: Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Well na it has been tonic time since Office Hour, B Id 12 and 1 lo 5 p.m. I last wrote you, I will now write. I have been getting your letters reguM. S. lar, and have been tending the "Stars HATFIELD and Stripes" each week. Don't see why you don't get them. Well ns DENTIST time) is getting thort, we look to Offlc. or.r Th. Garrard Bank Icavu here nny time now for the Phonaa Office 5. Residence 376, States. You bet t hnve n good time, KENTUCKY, all I have to do Is sleep LANCASTER, and cat, and am running around nnd teeing lots of thu country. We can go moat we want to, by just asking for a pnn. So don't bother with that request I asked, fcr It would not be MINERAL DIRECTOR worth while, for I think we will be back soon. Oilier (her National llai.k. Ibis town Seller Is about two Residence t'horie 3. Ciller l'horr.27 thousand population and it n real LANCASTER. KY. pretty place tod.' '"Plenty of Kraut-len- s butr)are Jirpm going wlth,tncftT'Jut, we should worry. We don't want to any way. There is no chance of having any better "I ncer have hail such a 'God, end' time than I am having, but I want to Into Civics again and be my own come to me as when I took the first Ket doe of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Kentucky bo. have Lick. I had quite nn experience in I was afraid I would have to give up these places. The war seems like a my school becaue of severe stomach bail dream to me, I can't realize thnt liver and bowel trouble which caused I went thrugh it. On a drive it such a pressure of gas that I could seemed like a celebration or some not use my brain at times, and my VETERINARIAN. heart would palpitate awfully. Since thing to Call, Anawered Promptly Day o the gun that effect. The noise of taking n treatment of Mayr'a Won nnd the rumbling sound was NilM Phone 317 lruiic for me, Sure liked to hear it, derful Remedy a year ago, all this has Hut 1 knew at the same t'rne it was disappeared". It is n simple, harm KLNtUCKY LANCA; . . i Ilcli. Any time n barrage started it les preparation that removes the ca 1 wo.t; tie in a second. was in the tarrhat mucus from the intestinal trenchis the night of March 1st 1918 trnct and nllny the inflammation opposite Jit. Sec, when the "Square which causes practically all stomach, Heads" came over, and every since n liver nnd intestinal ailments, includOne dote will conBarrage wakes me right now. Hut it ing appendicitis. Fine Cut Flowers. Is over now and I will never sec such vince or money refunded. things nny more, and I will soon be IE. E. McKOBEKTS, Druggist. Lan M. (;ulv) I can say I did my caster, Ky. home besides. bit and nobody can doubt my state I have suffered like the rest menu B. but always on the Job, I haven't miss Iist Friday morning C4 farmers ed n thing my outfit has been in and business men from Arkansas I have every since joining them. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. thing market! to my credit the ICtli reached Lexington at 10:40 A. M. has, and brlleve me I am proud of it The party visited the dairy barn, GIVK ME A TItlAU too, even If it is a regular army nnd poultry plant, beef and cattle barns, made up with outcasts like I have the piggery nnd soil fertility experiSatisfaction Guaranteed. rend and heard about too. Hut they ment plots at the Experiment Stacan light, ask the Hun and see, they tion. Luncheon was served at the will tell you in n hurry about thclst. Experiment Station and n trip of inW. A. WHEELER Sorry to know that Sterling was sick. spection was made over the Station They should discharge him and then itself. In the middle of the after-niTo- n DENTIST an interurban trip was made to . . KENTUCKY. he could take a rest. LANCASTER, Well it wont be long until 1 will be Camden, McKee Uros, and Taylor Oilier oer Storm back, and then it wilt take mc some farms near Versailles and a supper Drue Store. time to make up my mind what I was enjoyed at Hereford Farms. Houii 8 12 a.m. 14 p.m. An early start was made Saturday want to do. It will be hard to tell. 1 am feeling fine nnd in the best of morning as the visiting Westerners BOOKKEEPING were anxious to sec a number of I will close, with lots of love, health, BitlRMcPkoMgraphy They visited Henry' Clay's farms. Stanley llerron, TYPEWRITING and home; inspected Duroc hogs nnd 1 1 ciTELEGRAPHY lfith Infantry, 1st Division, stern cows at Coldstream Farm; lookA. I'. O. 7J9, M. D. ed over trotting horses and sheep at a r. ai.rr.ntlw la imn.1 ti. Piuiwi Walnut Halt Farm; at noon they ate . Mjf.ii. an.'" a.4 I. tiki. c The following interesting letter has nr. been received by Mrs. Clara Hill, of luncheon nt the Mayfield Farm. In Iltaawiuti m. the middle of the afternoon they the county, from her son, Kdd Moh-erle- y, drove through the general crop nnd who has been in the service of Tipton stock farm of Robert and FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Uncle Sam since the third of the last Saunders Ilros. and made a final atop September, nnd is now in Krnnce. STRAWBERRY PLANTS, ell a farm to inspect the at Jonas His friends will be glad indeed to read fat cattle, the wonderful llluegrass CLIMBING VINES, the letter below. pasture nnd a large flock of sheep on SEED POTATOES, "1'criguone, Krnnce, May 11th. pasture. RASPBERRIES, Dear Mama: I w ill spend this rainy, dreary Sun CRAPE VINES, t'l.y morning in writing a few lines to PERENNIALS, you. Today Is known ns Mother'a HEDGEING Day, a day for all American soldiers SHRUBS, Ir France who have a mother to write ROSES, her a letter, and I am thankful to say ETC. that I have one to write to and one Why you should use better than all the world that I LAWN and GARDEN. Cardul. the woman's There is many a poor soldier thnt tonic, lor your troubles, FREE Illustrated Catalog. has no mother to write to. 1 know have been shown in NO AGENTS. thousands ol letters from this Is a sad day to them. And there actual users ol this mediis also many a poor mother in the L. cine, who speak from personal experience, li EVERYTHING for ORCHARD S. A whose son has given his life for the results obtained by his country, and no greater cause LEXINGTON. KY. other women lor so many could he give it, that his country may rears nave been so uni- I am glad that he a lam) of the free. lormiy good, why not give Cardul a trial? and did my bit In came to this great war The day I left home was a very sad day to me, but I am thankful to say made it through true nnd sound, nnd now that the great war Is over, and in BKlirit'iV? u very few more weeks I will be coming back to you and to the good old Trie Woman's Tonic U. S. A., the best country in tho world. Airs. Mary J. Irvln, ol Well mama, since I have been In Cullen, Va., writes: "About 11 years ago, 1 France I luve seen some terrible suffered untold misery times. Not much to eat nnd only the with female trouble, bearing-ground to sleep on, but it is much For ilu Treatment of down pains, bead-ach- e, better now. Plenty to eat, but not cooking, h very good I numbness like Mother' Maintained by the Loulullle would go for three weeks Association for plice to sleep, but not like Mother' almost bent double . . . the adequate treatment of tubersoft feather bed and pillows, with My husband went to Or. culosis In alt III itacei at lai tta nice white sheets and pillow slips. ail. Rates $15.00 per week, for Cardul . . . Ilut I' icle Sam did the best he could bond, medical attention, Alter taking about two for his nephews !n this faraway land. laundry, etc. Illch ground bottles I began ' going Delight-(uHe gives us candy about twice a l around and wheal took surroundings. Special ratei for month, also some cigarettes. 1 think II three bottles I could do he. iteauaent xoami he does remarkably well considering 4 A DmrtHHt E-ilii.il muiale. to tkstl. Hdmm allay work." He he has so many to divide with. tmihl (MM.., tuum a. iMiwii'.. also hat quito a tot of neices over here that we boys like to meet, for ff - J. A. Beozlev we sure enjoy a chaUwltb. a beautiful ! young lady rom the U. S. A., one that we can understand, for the most of our chat arc with French girls. After we have told her how pretty she It and how we would like to take her to America, she will say I don't conipree, which means I don t under-- i stand. The American lied Cros. girls are very sociable. They act like they thought we were homesick and want In cheer ui up, and they are not mistaken for the most of us are longing for the day to come when we will walk up the gang plank onto the ship that will take us back across the Atlantic. All the talk is now, when nre wo, going hnnie. Before the war was over It was, when are we going j to the front? but now the war is over and we have done our part. We are now waiting for thnt home-- 1 ward command.. Well mnmn, I will close for tills time. This lencs me well and life. Hoping thc;e few line will find you all the same. Hoping to rceivc n long letter from you soon. Closed with love nnd bent wishes to Your loving son, nil. Transportation Corps, Mech. Edd Moberley, Hallway Co., 159, A. P. O. 791, Am E. K. France." Special Prices - FURNITURE FOR THIS WEEK. Newly-wed- s and Housekeepers, this is your opportunity as prices are going up. When these articles are gone, the next lot will cost you more, do don't wait. Save while you can. A visit to our store will convince you that our prices are right. MOTHER Help Your Boy Adjncl Himself lo Peace on our entire stock of life time Suppose you'd spent the past year in hurdling machine gun nets or potting submarines swooping or over the Ger.nan lines In an airplane: wouldn't the old home seem a little quiet, almost dull, after you'd been back a few days? Quite a problem to adjust yourself to the humdrum life of peace after gambling with death daily for many months. And that's the problem which faces your boy. You can help solve It. (Jive him THE NEW EDISON, "The Phonograph with a Soul." That will liven up the house. That will attract a crowd of happy young folks who will make things hum. That will fill your boy's evenings with so much clean, wholesome pleasure that nothing can compete with home ns nn attraction. Drop in tomorrow and see our exhibit of New Edisons in period cabinets. Each instrument, no matter at what price, is now sold in n period cabinet of exquisite beauty. There nre but two exceptions; models for special purposes. wmmm H. J. PATRICK,! DentiMt. ,Jtt School Teacher Needed Brains. Paint N Or. Printus Walker ' new Edison c W. L. B. SAPP FURNITURE CU WHERE STYLE AND QUALITY ARE DISPLAYED. NEW GILCHER HOTEL BLDG., DANVILLE, KY. Honaker Auctioneer. Jehn McRoberts. J. DINWIDDIE, Arkansas Pays A Visit. Plan Many Meetings. VIM. need VIGOR-"PEP"- -the ol today, when men nd trtDib, fortitud tod vofMB. ibouM hav these ire brfulnrt and t) Adderdenied the pooruTerer trouble. from tyidoey TaVtf wful tiret) feelin. bearlaeu. ItDttuld ecu, soreness, stiffness, batckacbe, rheum trie bladder weakness tad swbssto. rue, symptoms psuntuldisappear wbeo tb kid soon other eeys arc stroej and bcaJUsiulJy active. ad r'oaiptly aa4 efecriv.V to mtere weak. OTtrworkfd or kidnctt and bladdtr to brail and eormal luactioainl. Their healinf aod curatl.e qualitlea are f uaraotc ed. M. T W.tton. W.. Dulutk. Miea . writral "I am plcaad lo leatify- that Foley Kldacy Pilla bava the neap cl Sivini me rrlirf from a caaa of kidney and blad. der trouble which bothered we lor eotnt liae.1 di,r.d b.n SOLO EVERYWHERE. Reports from all sections of Kenj tucky show a decided interest in the Farmer's Community Meetings which I nre to be held this summer. Twenty counties have already perfected their organizations nnd are waiting to have their dates definitely fixed. These dates have to be most carefully adjusted so. that nothing may conflict to keep the meetings from being a pronounced success. The first group of three meetings will be held in Delle, Knox and Clay Counties. Other group meetings will he held along the L and X toward Louisville. Later the tents and speakers will move to reach one or two groups between Louisville nnd Cincinnati; then into the eastern end of the State. By early August the western half of the State will be Any informatin concernreached. ing these meetings can be had by addressing a letter to the State Development Committee, Board of Trade Building, Louisville, Ky. No Snowballs, No Lectures. Fine having been Imposed upon a number In a college for snowballing In tho college garden, 130 men left the place In a body nnd picketed the nelfhborbood. Armed with stick and hurdle, they refused to admit the student who preferred lectures to snowballing, nnd when one of the professors received a missile, on the aar the police had to Interfere. ITii.i.iai. NOTICE Dodge Brothers MOTOR. CAR Reasons ! le H.F.HUIenmeyer&Sons mmmmm. Hazelwood Sanatorium Take CARDUI ... will be sold in Lancaster and Garrard County exclusively by f KINNAIRD BROS. Phone No.I66. Lancaster, Ky. I!'" The Central Record.'.Lancaster, 3C Ky Thursday, June 12 1919. " -- lr BETTY'S DINNER Have Tour Tires Retreads! Vulcanizing proW6 use the Dry-Cur- e can half sole-a- nd cess of retreading-n- ot less than half price. rebuild a tire at By LOIS EMERY, 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs' on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danviiie Snick Oo L. B. CONN, Propietor. Danville, Kentucky, Walnut Street. ii n " " ir-11 1 . e r , lever iprino rich, red blood. Physicians presenile Acid Iron Mineral became it ii natural liquid iron, and will not injure the teeth or cause ill effects. Itii the moit powerful iron tonic known and cornel to you just as it ii prepared by nature in the wonderful deposits of Mississippi. Do not confuse A. I. M. with chemically prepared tablets. Atk for Acid Iron Mineral and do not accept a substitute. All drug ttores or lent direct by n or il you ire luffcririi TF your system hit become 1 with "Spring Fcvtr" vou need Acid Iron Mineral to build icir " SSM 81 "Hetty," km Id Mrs. Thtirlmv, ns she put the last touches on the crentn lc Mie was irrKirlng for the Sunihir illrc ner, "why don't jou nk Mr. Soniers tn dinner some timet He limit think It rnllier funny for ymi not to, where ( it together so tmnli." Jim e "I know, nintiimn, but I don't believe I wntit tn. jet awhile. "Vim know how terrible the buj net. and they nre m refilled at bis house. Tho nlsht I was then.1 to dinner es.er.v-thin- s wns served In courses. I don't know what he would think of u ever) thine on the table nt once nnd the lioys yelllnB like wild Indians. Hetty stooped and Kissed her limlher llchtly, "It's awful swi-e- t of jnu tis think of It, but let's not bother nlxrit It jet nn litis-.Then minutes later, ns she was ptlus ihlwti the old cresk rxnd wllii Jack Seiners, her heart beenn to sins a little tune of hnpplnc-s- . The- - bail cone fully n mile from home before they nntlced that the tree- - hail stlltssl, that the un wa hhlden behind I. link ilouiN, and that the ulr hail grimn very oppri'lvi-- . "Why," ald Hetty, ns she le.it.ed tip r.t Ihesk-- , "wliafs that thunder' She Jiitups'd tip from where they hail itllnz on the ernes ns n ilnp rain spnltered her new. hat. "Why, It s nilnliiir. Jink. Jr.iU Jmnpsil up nnd iibout vvl'li worrli i rye. tfmelotrs, Hetty, I'm nfrald joti'll set wet. Mi I'd taken nn iitnbr.-ll"Then- - nre.no houses nroiind here and we ran't iswllily ,t hoine with out settlnz Wet," wild Hetty, eslly. iiiv asirnm 'T r niititw "Trnm mm ir saw wt'iiiMiKii.iiii-.v'is-iiHttf.siiHti- nr " ii i r. .w IiSsxu "" Css mm "tJJjlU1 gastr; msssw.. FERRODINE CHEMICAL CORP.. Roanoke, VmaiNiA For Sale by all Druffisti. Cumberland Crocery Co., Junction City, Ky., Wholesale Distributor.. Watch the Saucer. When Valerius Imi' fl nt If tlm cnod water runln,the vit" r t l not, somell.lr.; . runs with lcn; If the plant. Wonder ef Plant Life. A speele of the acacia tree attains a heljrht of about eight feet. When full grown It closes Its lenes together In colls each day at sunset. Thus set- tied It will flutter violently If touched, Record Hailstorm. The greatest hntlotortii on record was The bl?jet tnnes In Europe In described as having then fallen were more than half n pound In welsht. The Frloate Dlrd. Naturalists nver that the frlcate Mrd performs most of the bnlnes of Its life on the wine feeding, the cob lection of nesting material, and even sleeping. The spread of Its mishty pinions Is Immense, and It can fly M miles an hour without neemlnj to move. and If the branches are shaken tha tree will emit n nau'entlii? mlnr. The natives call It tho "antrry tree." The thunder drew iu'nrer now. the wind was s, nnd It was cettln sery dark onrheiul. Tnuaw fully nirry, Hetty I should " IlilVS Whowl The elements now seetnisl at war with s lie another. Italn fell In torrents and the thunder booimil, rmsheil and rumbled, Illllnc the ulr with one continuous, deafening roar. Half nn hour later the two Mrentnltu figures were nut on the pln by the winds- - Thurlow family. "(io-- l land, Hetty, we were most worried to wild her mother lis .she ImMliil fonvartl lllilimly. "Vnu go right up to jour mini and change your father will th"M- - wet clothi's. take care of Mr. Soiiists. as wns remm lug her wet garments die nights! niilouly, ".Vo telling what father and the Ihijs will do." Jack's rich laugh and the lisijs" hrlll began to come from her father's nxim. Itetty could not keep from dimpling as die vlsloned Jack's Mender figure In her father's cTiiiTies enn't help cutting loose joy'us cverv time vou flush j vour j smokespot with Prince Albert it hits you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine nnd as satisfy ing cs it is delightful every hour of the twenty-fou- r It's never too kite to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastuI For, P. A. is trigger-readto give you more tobacco fun than you ever hs'id in your smokecureer. That's because it has tho quality. Quick rn you know Prince Albert youH write it down that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat. And, it never will! For, our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tongue! - YOU I re y Toppy rtj bagt, ItJy rvif fins, hanJtom pound anJ half pounJ tin humiJor$ anJthat crswr, practical pound eryttal glaii humidor uith ipong moiattntr top that htept the tobacco in uch perfect condition Wtniton-Salem- R J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, , N. C. Another Boyle County JltJr-jv-- . Henrietta Conrad ! AMERICAN DRAMATIC SOPRANO Harold H. Yates, Pianist and Accompanist. J Third Night Redpath f Chautauqua, j ers Is going to Muy to dinner nnd It's mo-- t time to take It up." "Oh, dear." Hetty hurriedly threw hs-- r drs-- ai over her head and hurried down the ttalrs. "I wonder what that table look like, anyway 1" ."What are oil going to have for dinner, Inaniina !'' nv.u., ('Mnenrgnl, with tomato sauce, dear," answered her mother solierly. "Oh, mother," said Hetty, with horror In her voice. "I didn't nk hluu Hetty. I would have known better. It was jour father. He ncted as If he was nwful pleaded becait-- e pa nked him. Now ilon'l worry, slear. Tlure's that nless cream pie I mad- - this morning, nnd I've got n chocolate cuke, too. Here they come now. You sit right dowu here, Mr. Sotnersi." 'IFiirf - op, Itetty," whlpored her mother up the back stairs. "Mr. Homj- FARM -- AT- AUCTION Thursday, June 19th At 2 o'clock p. m. I Miss Conrad has scored notable successes in New York, Philadelphia and other musical centers MMIMMH The coming of this talented American Artist is an event in the musical circles of any community Just One Attraction of the FIVE BIG , DAY'S PROGRAM WEEK HERE CHAUTAUQUA JUNE 25 TO JUNE 30. Season Tickets for All Five Days, $2.00 plus 10 per cent War Tax. The young man gave her a pleasant Hetty. It to her that thu boys never rcted worse. She wondered If this horrible meal Htiuld eter come to un end, Kverjthlng vise wus ulreudy nt ail end, she Ihiught liilserubly. Jack Sinners would never hate any tiv- - for her with a family that acted like this. They were all beginning on pie now, excepting Jack, and be wns having n second helping of maenron!. At lust dinner was over, and Hetty uml Jack went out on the plaiza. It wan Just growing dusk nnd the air wns full of that delicious nweot coolness which follows summer rain. Jack moved nearer tn Itetty. His shoulder grazed hers llghtlj. "Hetty," he said nt last, "jou'vo got the nicest fuiully I ever saw. Kverythlng hero ut dinner tonight wns sn homelike and Jolly. You know It doesn't seem much like home nt our house. I dun't kuow when I've enjoyed u meul aw much as I have torilght." lie put his arm around her and gently drew her tinvtird him. "Hetty, I can't put It off any longer. Do you lovo me well enough to mairy me I" Hetty drew her breath In tremulous ly nnd then dropped her head on his shoulder and begun to cry. "What's tho matter, Hetty! Don't you lovo me well enough!" Hetty nodded shjlj-- . Her anna slid up around his neck. 'Tin ull right," she answered, "Just so sn happy, I trues, Jack." (Copyrlstht, 1919, by tho McCIurs paper Byndtcats.) mills- - anil sat down betide wilj sell to the "High Dollar" that "Dandy" little farm of E. C. Eubanks. P.n-ksvillo- tho Djinvillp nnrl LnliJinnn nikf. ( milo fvnm nn tho L. nnfl N. Railvn;ifl Plnco in rrwl milo East, nf schools and churches and fine neighbors. T.npjitPfl nn nnp-hn- lf . 76IACRES OF GOOD LAND; 25 ACRES OF IWHEAT, SOWN TO CL0VER:M ACRES TOBACCO; 3 ACRES CORN, BALANCE IN BLUE GRASS AND CLOVER Five Room Dwelling, 3 stock barns, all necessary out buildinirs. New Cistern and well at House, everlasting stock water. Land lies well, gently rolling. Will sell in 2 tracts. 63 acres on one side of pike, 13 acres on the other. Will be sold for immediate Possession, or Possession January 1st, 1920, at option of purchaser. at this farm and BID LAST. Small Farms EASY TERMS:-Lo- ok are hard to get a price on. Don't miss this one. For Further Particulars see: Ns. Varltty of SentlrXtnti. The first of May brings a variety of sentiments. Some uro queens of Muy and others are notified that they will have to puy more rent or laovn. Washington Star. SWINEBROAD .The Estate Real Mali or W. E. MOSS, Adv. Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. arr-.ys aa.-.i.iii.-- 'j -- -. i' iim-.- !l J nwi.ii mTiiiM11 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 12, 1919. FEW SEASONABLE HB K POULTRY POINTS Growing Chicks Must Have Shade and Fresh Clean Water During Hot Weather. AVOID OVERCROWDING WRIGLEY5 r I mm am 11 1 THIS BIRDS FRIENDLY TOBACCO Thar's two things can't be imitated youthful charm and mellow old age. Cockerels That Are Sufficiently Large Sheutd De Sent to Market Only Strong, Vigorous Specimens Should Be Retained. I 'Tepirnl liy the t'nHed Plain Department of Agriculture ) lonMasting bars in each package. The biggest v j ; i 5 POULTRY An PRIMER I I "Mellow olcTage" in good Kentucky Burley Tobacco is reached after it has cured for two years. We put millions of pounds in ware- publication. Is now which deals with tli ) underlying fund.iiiicntuls J- the production nf poultry. lty the ue of many appropriate plc- turns, tin- - principles of tsiultry J keeping lire Impressed on the 5 reader. UiicIit ".Selecting the llrced." i fur example, photographs are shown of tin- - more popular hreisls of rath of tin" three main (laves of Kiultry, Kllng' the J reader nil ItnuuHlIntc and com- plite Idea of tin- - appearance of these fowl", tin1 classes to which tin"" belong, and their ccnnoml- i;i I usefulness. In like muniii't other essential phases of pijul- try keeping arc Illustrated anil Illustrated . runners' Iliillctln loio. value in refreshment you can possibly buy. A BENEFIT ilMillnlil.-- to teeth, appetite and breath, digestion. ' The price is 5 cents. dNcusM-d- . houses every year, to ripen for .two years. It is a slow, expensive method. But it makes Velvet as good a pipe tobacco as money can buy. low and friendly long-burnin- g. Throughout I J X i fifX l lluitlotit lniil ineiit which p!e more iletalleil Information on enih of the Mil 3it ilNniHMil ami whltli may he ohtalneil on reiiueit. Do not retici"" are the -- bulletin rcf-Elvi'Ii to other pul- hy IhN ilepart- - 2 i S WW The Flavor Lasts llllllHart The Bungler's 'Va. To do evil, that pood may come of It. Is for bunglers In politics ns well as morals. William Pcnn. Useful Though Unwed. The modern view Is that u woman Is not necessarily a failure because htr life has been MUs-speuliostoa TranscrlDt; Mentioned In tht nihit. Itlbllcal. mention Is niacin of 19 different precious stones. 0 metals, KM trees and plants, 3,- - animals, 39 birds, 0 fishes. 11 reptiles. 10 Insects nnd other smaller creatures. Our Occasional Observance. A man will sit by the hour match-In- s iHMiules, but If his wife asks him to : It makes Velvet mel- cool and Get mellow age- - in your pipe today. that charm of Velvet's hl(k mu-i- t no n.'itiiml fhaile foe the chirks to tay under during; the heated "part of the il.iy, he cure and protlde KUlllrlent for their iipimN. One of the tiuwt Important factors In keeplns youiiR chicks rmwIiib Is oerlook the fart that the hae shnile. If there ti Roll VELVET Cigarette t FTOfiCCO J' Growing Chickens Feeding Themselves Gnat Cxitfc- - f.".j'.!. of musk To the list of r must be added n l''ii'' of irr.nt. which Is ro common In the A"tnillnn bush tt times as to nil the air ;with Husky odor. Character Main rteculsite. The first requisite of rueeess In business Is character, h word which Includes temernnce. fairness, polite- ness. Industry ond as much Intellh eenre as can bo accumulated. K. W. Howe. mutch a piece of dress goods, whatta howl of race and Indignation there'd be I IndlanaH)lls Star. ii"iT"iirTiiiiiiHiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiniiimimiiii)HtiTi tti m it- at piod. clean, frell water In vessels. As the duys tet wanner care should he taken to change the water us often us required to keep It clean and frevh. In Krouln: Aolil iirrrerowdlne i hicks. A i p. brooder, or colony house that was law enouKh to hold the hahy elilcks Is not larce enouKh ufter two or mure months, dependlu on the hreed and fruutli. It Is uhie lutely neceary that );n"iiiK chicks hue plenty of room to crow. Cockerels that ure fculllclcntly large hhould he dlepoisl of. Chicks that haw not hlioun proper erouth klioulil aUo he separated .nnd lei; or nlm; handed. Many of these chlcR, even the mil Only the lets, elmulil hiiuarkeled. (,'ood, vigorous hiiecluiens si rone, ehould he retained us breeders anil layers, as these ure the only ones that can return u prollt. Won't Eat Too Much. Crowlui: chicks will not eat too much If they have plenty of raiife m they run cet the desired exercise. A pud crovilni; ma.h hhouM he ucces-Klhl- e ut nil times to cronlne chicks, riuch a iimsli slmuhl routuln plenty ut hone meal eround 4'ry tine und oals und harlcy. lie sure to lane the mash ground very fine. (rowlni; chicks that are kept closely contlned neisl much greater attention uloic all Hues than those that lime rante. See that they have plenty of green feeds that have not wilted lnt down to utmost the decayliiK and tliut, the yards urei kept hweet. Culling also Is more essential when chicks ure closely confined. Look for Vermin. Do not forget to look over the young chlcki from time to time for lire and Hot weather Is the paradise mltcB. for lice nnd mites. So be careful, be sure, don't be aorry. Look out for lliw. W. 0. Funeral y RIGNEY Residence Phone 33. Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. i ii m x--' "' nV TIh44' IiSp' tyft' At II ' VTwo Recent Stock Car Kc riU 4370 milrs inhtgh gear r without a itop, in OUjhoma Augtltt, 947 tiUt, vrrif KounJ Office Phone 18. txipbttfa GtMandiiJLni mio. mil. 24 hfnirt 41 alloa. 24 21 mJf per f Lancaster, BfiS THE CLARK GATE rail Tests That Show 'What Owners Know The fine appearance ami comfort of the Overland Model 90 coulil not, alone, have won it tjie deep public appreciation it enjoys. It is the cliaracter of this car that lies beneath all of its popularity character as demonstrated by consistent, efficient performance. r The pride of more than 30,000 Model 90 owners is built upon the daily service their cars render under all conditions. Let us show you a Model 90. 1 Distinguished by Absolute Merit !t' 3; ijgj I ln 5j M t$ 2jj Clark Automatic Gate is the peoples choice, first in favor the wide world over, and universally leading all others everywhere. Easy to operate, Automatically opens, closes Always in working order Climatic and locks. conditions have no effect. Satisfaction sells thousands of Clark Automatic Gates. Agent For Garrard County. jj g 3, ImJ ICj LANCASTER AUTO SALES COMPANY. I'hon. 332. LANCASTER. Niasty Hrc KY. Onriui UoU hnn TowUa Car. 1 1 - TsM In many tecllons of the country where the hatching season started shout the Unit of the year cockerel should he separated from the pullets, specially so where Leghorns ire kept. I 5 A. T. SCOTT PHONE 194. LANCASTER, KY. 1 3 s The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June ! 2, 1919 I I HEADQUARTERS FOR One of the Interesting Exhibits Shown at the Methodist Centenary Celebration Deerine: Binders Is and physical pain, trovo TO Hindu that his soul above worldly troubles of spikes, much to this tht fakir nonchalantly reclines on a bed . ot les spiritual bed of spiles will be one of the amatement The lntoictlng cxIiIMM shown at the Methodist Centenary Celebration, In Columbus. O, June 20 o July 13. Whether a fakir, Hindu or otherwise, can be found to demonstrate 1.1." power of endurance on It Is still an unsettled question with celebration claclaU. 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, Pettus Scales, and Buck-BoarCheap. Screen doors $1.50 to $2.25. Goods Exchanged for Liberty Bonds. d, J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. O i 15 PER CENT r.1 18- - DECKING AND JOHN DEERE 1 To Play Great Organ at the Methodist Centenary I I MOWERS, RAKES AND GENUINE DEERING TWINE. Place your order now for your binder. jgi , I iere St per dar for a single person In a room and 11.50 per day for two persons in a room, Always generously provided with restaurants. Columbus at Hie present lime Is having lt number lartelr reinforced by reason of many places being turned Into restaurants which occupied as cales before Mar In :M, when the slate became dry. lddltlon to theie, extraordinary facll- Ids. fnf ritln lar-- a mimfi.rt ntllrk. ly are being Installed In the eipoal-tlogrounds. REDUCTION ON ALL TIRES REX GARAGE CONN I HASELDEN BROS. "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" I POOR RIDGE. j.VIONSTER SCREEN AT '.METHODIST CENTENARY a . U Special Lantern Devised FOt S CONN, Proprietors. iiiiuiiiug nuiuick BRADSIIAW MILL. chased in Richmond until Nov. 1st, at Finishing detail are being placed residence that he has recently on the arranitmenU for tke erection ill. Mrs. Ellen Hurt is n month. .Mr. John M. Sanders lias been n of the largest scrren for the projec Mrs. U. G. Preston is on the sick Miss Mollie McMillian spent SatMr.nnd Mrs. Ilurton Sanders and tion of pictures ever built In the recent visitor here. lijt this week. urday night and Sunday with Miss world. Tkls Is to be oae of the tea-- I .Mr. nnd .Mrs. It. A, Ilroaddus spent daughter, Elizabeth, nnd nephew IUr-In- n Cei Mr. R. H. Preston was in Nicholas-ville'on- e Christine Preston. Snyder, Mrs. (irant Sanders and IRS. MONTGOMERY LTNCH Of lures of the Methodist Centenary Sunday with Mrs. Susan Ilroaddus. Ii to be held In Columbus. day last week on business. Seattle will play the great ISO.- - ebratlon. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Matthews spent Mr. and .Mrs. Jes.se East entertain-ei- l sen, Kotest, were in Richmond Jdon-laJune :o to July 13. 000 organ In the presentation of "The Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Wayfarer," n number of relatives at dinner This monster screen will have a the magnificent pageant Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whit-take- r. and Mrs. William Matthews. of the .Methodist Centenary Celebra- surface for pictures USxllS feet. The Sunday, actual structure will ha several feet Turnip Watch? .Mr. nnd .Mrs. Karl I'rrwitt were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston and chil- tion, la Columbus. O. June 30 ta July larger In each dtrectloa. A special According to a western pap-r- . "Sim Mr. and Mrs. Luther Raney and dren spent Sunday with his parents, II. Montgomery Lynch, her husband, lantern haa been successfdlly devised Ktiests Suday of .Mr. and Mrs. N. llsnwm was robbed of til walrh and will direct the ckorus of 1.040 voices. Miss Elvaree Carter spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Huke Preston. picother Trcetablea," Roatoo Transcript, which Is a part of the pagaaat. ' for, throwing tkate tremendous The with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Lotie Mrs. Ebb (irant and Mrs. Ollie tures the oecossary distance. Mrs. Speed Sherrow and little son Raney. creaa will ba 260 feet from tka neart.rant were guests Thursday of Atrs. Herbert spent Sunday with her parThe Paldlng Fan In Japan. est spectator and will ba built to I'hilip Moore. Mr. Bud Duncan spent Saturday ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson. It l said that the folding fan origiwithstand 40 pounds pressure to the and Sunday with his son, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Grunt Sanders and little son, nated with the people of Japan, squaro foot. The lantern which will which Ike Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Preston and Kcrrest, were visitors of Mr. and Is likely enough to t. true. Pnr we project tkest pictures has already spent Sat- Miss Carrie Preston and Mr. and Mrs pictures oa a Mrs. Moorse Hill recently. Miss Laverne Whittaker successfully thrown ran scarcely Imagine a dainty little lady without her fan, raa screen la Now York City across a urday night and Sunday with Miss Homer Ray spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Cameron I'rewltt and little klmono-cls- rt distance of four and a half city daughter, Itutli Cameron were after-neo- n wet Ashley Preston. and Mrs. Hazel Preston. klaaks According to Architect Harry cunts of Mrs. I'hilip Moore. MithUISt CMtaMqr C. Holbrook. the screen will ba. la Vlsltirs The Old set Newspaper. Mrs. Clarkle Roberts and grandelect, tkrea sides Of a boasa. It Is Benjamin rraakllo contributed muck daughter. Virginia Reynolds spent to the development of journalism la necessary to fire It tke rouadatloas WN CNN PIT. building. Momla) with Mrs. It. A. Ilroaddus. etulvaleat to a four-storcolonial days. An editor at tha age la order that there nsay ba aa auch Mr. and Mrs. U V. Warmoth nnd of IS and a proline writer, be waa salvaga as possible after the screen daughter, Miss Tilda were visitors Identified at some time or another In has served Us purpose, the pkture ON INCREASE his life with many of the newspapers REGISTRATIONS of titled lumbar, which Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. S. N San- which flourished during this period. face will ba ' white ders. later will ba treated with The oldest newspaper In the United surface preparation. Mit Mable l'rewitt is home from States, uhlch has been continued withHousing Committee of the Celebration The estimated cost of (his screen lltrea College to take her vacation. out Interruption of Issuo or change of Have More Than Forty Thousand will ba 11.000. The screen and the We arc all Kind to hate her home with nnmf. Is the New Hampshire Osteite. Rooms Jn Private Homes at Their lantern will be used In showing the us ngain. It ns drat published In Portsmouth, tens ot thousands of views, made all Disposal, Where Those Who Attend N. II.. In 17M. Mr. Ilurton Sanders has rented his our tke world by the Metbodi.l Can B Lodgad aa Cenvlently as Missionary Survey, which has the at a Hotel. finest collection of pictorial reviews anywhere In the world. Announcement by the government special low rate of one and a that a third fares for the round trip has UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISbeen authorized tor the celebration. Columbia Professor ia Charge oi Columbus, O., June 20 to July 13. has Exhibit at Methodist Ceateaary tremendously Increased the Interest TRATION In that event and advanced maulfoli the Inquiries and registrations com-tnfrom all parts ot the Unltei Director General of Railroad At headquarters the other Elates. day a single mall brought cash registrations from H separate states and t!outb America. The low rate has Increased work lor the special committees, which are responsible for housing the large Influx of visitors now seen to be cer talu. Accommodations fall Into tbrte Miss Mattie Buelah Cobb spent part of last week with her cousin. Miss Pearl Matthews. REDUCED FARE ADDS INTEREST ti tl U Louisville & Nashville Railroad Commencing clas.es; first, the hotels, which have an average dally capacity of E,00u June 15th additional TRAIN SERVICE The Cultivator You Hear About 'TWERE oro a lot of cultivators on tha market Some International No. 4 Fivct Axle Cultivator Every man that hai ever used an International INlo. 4 is always ready to say a good word for itsclean work and easy operation. Every nun that hut a boy of 14 or over ought to put him in the fielj with a No. 4. Chalices ate lie will beat hi dad at Joint; a clean jab. arc rjood others not so good. But there is one that nearly every farmer has heard about You can dodge In crooked rows and clean out the weeds in a way that will surprise you. This ii became the wheels pivot and the gangs shift with cm sligU motion of the loot. It ii the simplest cultivator you ever rod on. You can change the cultivating width without stopping the team. Juat a twiat of the wrist. "The only way to aatufy yourself that we are not stretching the truth and also to learn about the many other caclusive features of the No. 4 1 to cesna at our samples. In an J take a tiy BECKER & BALLARD Bryantsvllle, Kentucky. The second Held of accommodation will be n public buildings, which hate bean, specially fitted up for this sort of cervlce for the celebration, Thee Include the State School for the Wind, the State School for the Deaf, the large barracks which were provided ' at Ohio State university for Ike student army training corps, and other bulldlags of a similar nature held In reserve should the throut etceed aven present generous expectations. The third line of convenience for the hospitality of Columbus Is in thai homes", of tb cltltens themselves; Mora tbaa 40,009 rooms bare beta with the housing committee, luted and tktsa are card ladeied. by loca number ana best tion, telepboaa means of access. Visitors to the Celebration can ba lodged as conveniently as a clerk at a hotel assigns a Tlsltor to his room. In order that there might ba the committee la charge baa a uni form rata for accommodations la pri vate dwelllofs. The chart wtJIlM SUN0AY will be operated as follows Northbound 5:00 u. m. PROrKSSOR Columbia university Is director of line arts and designer ot exhibit! and scenery fpr the Methodist Centenar Celebration, la Columbus, O., Juaa 24 to July It, On TA Southbound. Leave Stanford Leave Lancaster Arrive Richmond Arrive Paris Arrive Falmouth Arrive Arrive Leave Leave Leave 12:45 u. m. 12:15 a.m. 11:05 p.m. 10:15 p.m. 9:40 p.m. 8:55 p. m. 7:59 p.m. 0:50 p. m. MQNt "A".' WAR. 5:29 a.m. G:33a. m. 7:27 a.m. 8:05 a.m. 8:40 a. in. 9:25 a, in. 10:50 Arrive Winchester Leave Arrive Cynthiana Leave plans which he laid dowa, the raultl tude of exhibits, domestic aad hara been arranged In.tba build Inge In scenic effects, making them oaca appropriate and effective. at Professor. JVaroer had charge of world exhlolts held In Boston, Chi-eafBaltimore, and Provide lei in past years, and has studied and work-as- ! a.m. Arrive Cincinnati Leave aaraaa. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 12, 1919 MID SUMMER SHOV PUMPS & OXFORDS SILKS AND WASH FABRICS WASH MIDDY SUITS & SKIRTS and all kinds of wash blouses. Come and inspect our lines of ready-mad- e n, in white, black and brown made over the very newest All the newest designs and colors in high class voiles. Our Organdy stock is brimming over with the new colors and plain whites in the different qualities of organdy. lasts in up-to-t- minute foot wear. Com: in and have your feet fitted properly so you can enjoy the hot summer weather without foot aches. wash garments and we are sure you will buy and go away rejoicing over your purchase. The Joseph Mercantile Co. ONE PRICE TO ALL. New Shipments of Rugs Arriving Daily. THE QUALITY STORE. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. I Gossip About People vvn? A J. I Kounson, who Hi been .. ., i .. . .. .i. t lington with rriutivo, is at home. Mi .. .. i .. .Mr. E. K. Sutton of Uellaire, Ohio, it visiting his sister, Mrs. J. E. Dicker sun. Mr. !!. D, Ulanton, of Charl-sstcn- , C, has Joined his wife nnd tliitutcn for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. (. M. Patterson It a visitor in Elmore. Cincinnati this week, Mr. ami Mrs. Will Dickerson were Somerset Sunday by the ill Mr. Helen Bryant has returned to called ofto Mrs. Dickerson's sister, Mrs. ness her home in Lexington Christopher. Mis Leavy Dunn is the guest of , Mn. Alice Luk, Mr. Frank Lusk, ( Mrs. Liizic Burgess in Ilryantsville. wife ami daughter of Huitonvillc Miss Kmily Prcwltt, of Winchester, have Wen recent guests of Mrs. Mary Mae Emma KautTinan. has Wen visiting Mis Walker. has been Hudson, Mr. Sherley Mi Sue Shelby Mason has rcturn- spending a few day in Danville at cxer nl from a visit to relatives in Chi- tending1 the Commencement cago. ciset of Centre College. N. irA Billl Mirtlon ol th Com!n Ca'Kjt by Thou fcl Art li.tmilid In. Mrs. Margaret Pearson, rodsburg, has Wen a guest sister, Mrs. I.lizle Denny. of Har.Mrs. M. II. Mabry, ami son, Horton, of her of Sanford, Florida, came this week to tpend the summer with her sister, Mrs. T. J. Trice and Mr. Trice. Mrs. Lizzie Denny, Mr. ami Mrs. CaWll Denny, Itcv. ami Mrs. Harry Mrs. William Fox Logan and chil llujton were In Taint Lick, Sunday. dren, who have been guests of her mother, Mrs. W. II. Mason, have re Misies Illancht; Walker anil Lucille to their home in Wilkcsbarre, teen visit- turned Wade, of Pcrryville, have Pennsylvania. ing Lancaster friends. Dr. J. II. Kinnaird, of this city, and Miss Martha llettis, after a weeks Dr. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, attended visit to her mother, has returned to the Alumni Banquet of Centre Col Lexington. They were members lege, Tuesday. Mrs. Ike Dunn, of Lexington, has of the class of 79. keen u recent visitor of her mother, Mr, Ector S. Lawson, a former stu Mrs. I). Culley. of the University of Kentucky, Miss Florence Acton, who has Wen ami now- of the University of Virginia attending Georgetown College is at lias returneil to his home in Lancaster Lexington Herald. home for the summer. lent Mrs. R. II. Hutchinson ami beautiMrs. Ellen Owsley has returned from n two vCcokt stay in Martins- ful little daughter, of Harrodsburg, and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy of ltrynnts- ville, Indiana. ville spent Saturday with Mrs. J. E. Mr. J. W. Elmore, Mr. F. B. .Marks-burDickerson. Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Wanton Mrs. J, C. Frank and daughter motoicd to Shelbyville, this wick. Joe llord, who have been mak of Mis Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Jese ing their home In Lexington, have week-en- d truest of Frankfort, were taken rooms at Mrs. Emma KaufLancaster relatives. man's and will tpend several months Mrs. W. It. Cook chant roncd her in Lancaster. daughter, Miss Margaret, to the Mr. Wm. Scott, of Garrard county, dance In Frankfort, the pjst weik. financially estimated to be worth nnd Mr. Robert I Tugglc of Louisville about 100,000 and n genial visited his sister, Mrs. John Armis-rtea- d clever gentleman, was in Burgin this Conn, at her home on Maple week the guest of his nephew, Mr. T. Danville Advocate. C. Scott. Avenue, last Thursday and Friday. DON'T MISS THIS ft Closing Out AT I i;) 1 Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. i Mr Ector Lawson is at home with ten back from a delightful trip, a setcompany fn his parents, Mi. nnd .Mrs. W. L. Law-so- n. up from the Classified Column work. splendid which he is l jinj cstir. They spent four u.iys in Philadelphia, Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling I!at.on and Charles I'almeter nre five in New Ytrk City and two at At RATES: visiting relatives in Montgomery and Green is the guest of her parents, Mr. lantic City, where bathing Is always ami Mrs. J. It. Mount, on Lexington Clark Counties. an interesting feature. Interior S Single insertions lc a worJ Street. 3 V B .l .1 Journal. Miss Delia liice Hughes has return w un luni-- t Iless .1 man .uc iui Dr. W. S. Elkin came up Tuesday ed from a few days visit with Mrs. ji in this column. No ads in this jj from Atlanta to attend his class reJeir Dunn in Lexington. jj J, column charged. union at Centre College. He return' Miu Mary Lee Lear is in Loxing eil homo that evening. Seven Insertions for the 5 ton for a visit nnd attending the com' jj price of five. Miss Ruth Carrier nnd Miss mencement exercises at Hamilton Phone orders must be paid jj 5; College. returned from Lexington yes5 promptly. terday where they have Wen attendMr. Hugh Miller, who h.n Jut ar ing Transylvania College. rived after several months service in t Mrs. J. I'. Mount, Mrs. Emma France, Is here viiting his mother, Potato plants for sale. Call Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird, nnd on Haelden Mrs. Dora Miller, John Williams. Miss Amanda Anderson, and Itev. J. Heights. Without doubt the best Sunday II. S. King of Bryantsvillc has a It. Moorman arc attending of the School Association Convention ever nice tobacco bed for sale. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. I'almeter ami Christian church nt Harrodsburg, to- held in Garrard county was the one FOR SALE: Judy's Tride tobacco little daughter, Louise, of North Mid day. held last Saturday at Buckeye, when dlctown, ami Mr. C. E. I'almeter of bed, 9x140 feet. Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw has returned hundreds and hundreds came from Mt. Sterling, Ky visited Itcv. and Walton E. Moss3. from Asheville N. C where she was" every section of the county and rep Mrs. Tatmcter, Sunday, FOR SALE: Some choice Sweet Thompson resenting every denomination in the with her father, Mr. A. J. potato plants. George Smith, Sr. His friends will county. .Mrs. Fnye Itclchcldcrfcr, of Ohio, for several months. The program was the most inter- 5- - 29-3- t. and .Mrs. James Stapp, and handsome be pleased to know that ho is very esting one ever offered and many ad FOR SALE A 425x9 foot tobaclittle son, James Stapp, Jr., of Lex much improved. ditional numbers were added that co bed of Standing Burley, ington, are visiting relatives In Lan and nice Dr. Dan C. Elkin was with his par- made the occasion even more delight plants. Phone 151. G. B. Robinson. caster and Garrard County. ents for n few days this week. He ful. 6- It was the unanimous opinion of Mr. Lewis Herndon came in today left today to attend the Triennial reWANTED : Cattle for grazing, union at Yale. From there he goes everyone present that a more delight from Louisville to see his father. He leaves tonight for Atlanta where he to Hoston for a summer course in the ful or instructive meeting has ever plenty of grass and water. Phone Mrs. Emma Daniels, Lancaster, been held in the county. makes his headquarters, traveling for .M:fiachu U'tts General Hospital. or Frank Phillips, Stanford. A most bountiful dinner was serv the llelknap Hardware Company Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton entered to all. Eighteen Sunday Schools Strayed from my place in Lancastained Tuesday at their beautiful were represented, with the best re ter, May 23rd, a red Duroc Boar Miss Hannah Loyd Hournc gave a country home on the Lexington pike, most en lovable lawn nartv last Sat ports and the largest collections ev. weighing about 125 pounds. Liberal with n six o'clock dinner, complimenurday evening at her country home on tary to Mr. Eugene Sutton, who is received at any previous meeting. B. F. Robinson. reward. Miss Virginia Bourne was electo the Danville pike. .More than a Hun visiting his sister, Mrs. J. E. Dicker-soWANTED: Colored chauffeur to guests were present ami a very to represent Garrard county at the dred Pink rocs and pink sweet drive Packard car in Lexington. delightful evening was spent. peas beautified the table and the State Convention which convenes at Address Henry Simpson, Ashland in August. house was decorated with many 29-3- t. .Mrs. W. It. Cook and attractive 270 Clay Ave, Lexington, Ky. spring Mowers for the delightful ocdaughter, .Mis Margaret, arc in Dan J. M. Mctcalf, Surveyer, 23 years ville attending the Centcnial and casion. A delicious menu was servexperience. Blue prints furnished. Commencement exercises of Centre ed. The guests were Mr. Eugene Phone All calls answered promptly. College. Miis Cook rode in the car Sutton, Miss Pearl Dickerson, Miss LaVerne Dickerson, Miss Lucile Sut nival parade Tuesday afternoon. BBBBBBBBBV FBBBBBBH 183, Stanford, Ky. ton, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dickerson. Carpenters, Joiners, WANTED Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Sutton gave a Boat Builders, Cabinet Makers, Mill.Miss Viola Pearl Dickerson enter delicious dinner Wednesday, at their wrights, Tinsmiths, PlumWrs, Pipe-fittesuburban home in honor of their son. tained at a very delightful six o'clock and Painters for work on high Mr. Eucene button, of Cincinnati. dinner, nt her home on Hill Court class yachts The dining The table was decorated with spring on last Friday evening. MltUrS Steady work.and phonograph cabinets. Our shops are sanitary, blossoms nnd the affair proved a most room was beautiful in the color light anJ steam-heatescheme of yellow nnd white. The enjoyable one. The Matthews Company, center piece was a lari'o French bas Mrs. P. C. Avnnt ami charming ket llllcd with yellow ro5es. From Port Clinton, Ohio. daughter, of Winchester, have joir.c I the chandelier fell yellow and white .Mr. Avant, tne popular salesman, at ribbons to which were attached the J. W. Smith's, and have taken rooms place cards. A delicious five cours. We have bouzht new grain bags with Mrs. Hallie Dunlap, on Lexing dinner was served. to heip handle your wheat this seaThe color schemo ton street. We arc glad to welcome was also carried out in the-ice- s son, and as soon ns the market onens r. ml this splendid family into our mMit. cakes. The following guests enloycd come in and get sacks and sell us your wheat, guaranteeing you the highest Mr. Lewis Hall, who has Just re the hospitality of the charmln.! Miss Yours truly, market price. turned from overseas, after IS Dickctton: Misses Willie Sanders, Lancaster Flour Mills, Dickermonths of foreign service, is with his Stella Sanders, Katie Ilames S. G. Vaughan. Trop. father, Mr. John Hall, on the Dan ion, Mlnnla Mae Itobinson, Gladys Lewis hat the distinction Frisble, Stella Mae Grow, Mesirs And Woman Bears the Burden ville road. of being the tlrst boy in the United Charlie Sanders, Curtis Sanford, Har But see it nil in The 1919 city taxes are now- - due State, to volunteer for oversea tei ry Italney, Cecil Brown, Irvine Stapp, liobert Kinnaird, Smiley Hill, llurton and the books are ready. We need vice. Stapp. the money to make tome needed reThe old members of the Circle pairs on cur streets. Mr. W. J. Romans, Lancaster clev Girls will give n "New Member So Those owing back taxes are was thowman, home of Mrs. W, Ross er merchant and cial" nt the to pay same at once for all such detonight, in honor of those who among the court day visitors. He Ilastin linquents will be advertised and their Delightful re paid this office an appreciated call.. have recently Joined. property sold. L. E. Herron. Mrs. Randolph Harris has returned t. freshments will be served and all who City Mai shall. to her home In Lancaster after a attend will enjoy the pleasant even It conveys a message that plcnsnnt visit with her tister, Mrs. J. ing, for the motto of this splendid is Robinson at will STARTLE, THRILL and band of young ladies is "Doing things W. Bryant... Jake taking' the DELIGHT YOU Springs Crab Orchard and you'll be worth while." baths and Mrs. Willis phoned down a BETTER human being. We wish to say we have provided One of the many attractive patties this morning that he is doing fine.. sacks to take care of the wheat crop of the past week was the dinner given Miss Itettie West, who has had charge this season. We do not yet know by Mist Nellie Noland at her home on of Miss Rella Arnold Francis' milli-near- y how It will be handled, but do Maple Avenue. Dainty table deco store here and has made many know wo can deal as liberal with you rations were of spring blossoms. Sev- friends during her sojourn, has reas business methods will permit and eral delicious course were terved. turned to her home at Lancaster, you may depend on us for our part in Court Day The guests were Misses Lucile Sutton, much to the regret of all who have taking care of the crop. Judith Jumes Daniels, Anne Faye had the pleasure of meeting her... The farmers success is our success, King, Thelma Hamilton, Josephine Mr. Ed C. Gaines, Lancaster's husthis interests our interests; We will flurnslde, Martha Ward Sweeney, ling insurance man, was In the city appreciate your calling on us in due Mnmle Stapp, Virginia Beazley and Monday and paid this office a call. Very truly, time.. Eugenia Most. Ed and his better half have just got-- J MATINEE 2:30, NIGHT 8:00. 22-- 4t Garrard Milling Compa w. Mr C'lell J'jhnon, of NIcholasville, hm been spending a few days in Lan SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. Enjoyed by large crowd Last Saturday. sastFsKsBirV To The Farmers. Taxes Due. UNPARDONABLE SIN To Our Friends and Patrons. Romans Opera House MONDAY, JUNE 23 The Central Record .Lancaster, Ky Thursday, June 12 1919. JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Began Thursday, June 12th During this Sale we will offer Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, House Dresses, Ladies Furnishings, Notions, Household Linens, Silverware, Jewelry and everything else in our store at reduced prices. We have advised you for several seasons to buy liberally at our Clearance Sales and you have saved money by so doing. Now when merchandise of all kinds is rapidly advancing, we again advise liberal buying. Terms Spot CASH No Goods Laid Aside or Sent on approvaKome in the Mornings $39.75 $39.75 $33.75 $29.75 $19.75 SPECIALS $4.75 10 yard Chimosa Nainsook, 42 $5.50 inches wide, was $3.90 10 yard Piece Shyna Nainsook, 39 inches wide, was $4.50 $1.75 12 yard Piece Nainsook was. $5.50 $4.75 12 yard Piece very fine Long Cloth, was $5.50 35c Extra Fine Quality Pajama 50c. Checks, was 10 yd. Piece Long Cloth was $3.50 $2.95 39c very Fine PURE LINEN TOWELING, worth double. 33c Ready Made Pillow Cr?cs, 42 by 36. worth 45c. 49c Hemstitched Union Linen Huck Towels, were 60c $1.39-7- 0 inch Mercerized Table Da: mask, was $1.75 SILK AND DRESS GOODS All kinds of Plain and Fancy Silks, Georgettes, etc, and all kinds of Wool Dress Goods will be at reduced prices during this Sale. TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, ETC. We have the biggest stock of Pure Linen Damasks, Napkins and Towels in This Section-a- ll bought very cheap. Pure Linen Damask from, per yard $1.75 to $5.00 Napkins from, per dozen Pure Linen $5.00 to $22.50 Mercerized Damasks from, per yard $1.00 to $2.00 ALL AT REDUCED PRICES FOR THIS SALE. TAILORED SUITS. $67:50 $55.00 $50.00 $45.00 $32.50 SILK Tailored Suits, now Tailored Suits, now Tailored Suits, now Tailored Suits, now Tailored Suits, now SUITS ARE INCLUDED- - IN THIS SALE. SILK DRESSES. We have a splendid line of Solid and Printed Georgette, Foulards, Crepe de Chenes and Taffeta Dresses, suitable for all occasions ranging in price from $19.75 to $65.00. More than One Hundred to choose from and each one at a decided reduction, for This Sale Only. , Linen Lawns, ' Linen Sheetings "and White and colored Dress Linens in This Sale at reduced prices. SHEETS, SHEETING COTTONS. Ready Made Sheets, Pillow Cases, and Cottons by the yard will be offered at reduced prices. None sold to Merchant-- ; . LADIES' FURNISHINGS. Gossard Front Lacing Corsets, Warner's Rust Proof and Redfern Corsets, Gloves, Neckwear, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, etc., all reduced for This Sale. SILK STOCKINGS. We are Agents for the McCallum Full Fashioned Silk Hose, the best of all. During this Sale we will offer McCallum, Kayser Silk, Glove Silk, Peerless Silk and Round Ticket Silk Fiber Stockings-a- ll reduced during this Sale. SILK KIMONOS AND PETTICOATS AT REDUCED PRICES JACK TAR MIDDIES 98c. Made of best Lonsdale Jeans ns only perfect fitting. About 75 in the lot and any one is worth 2.00. CHILDREN'S DRESSES We have in stock a fine assortment of Children's Dresses, made of choicest Plaid Ginghams, in all sizes from C to 14 years. Our regular prices are much cheaper than you can make them nt home, but during this sale we offer them at a discount of CAPES AND DOLMANS HALF PRICE SILK WAISTS. $6.00 Georgette and Crepe Waists $4.75 $7.50 Georgette and Crepe Waists $5.95 $9.00 Georgette and Crepe Waists $7.20 $1Q, Georgette and Crepe-Waist- s $.7.95. ALSO A LOT OF SINGLE WAISTS AT VERY LOW PRICES. SUMMER DRESSES. BED BLANKETS. WHITE GOODS. Nainsooks, Long Cloths and Crej)es for Underwear, and all kinds of White Dress Fabrics and Skirtings will be sold at reduced prices. They are going higher. PHILIPPINO UNDERWEAR. Hand Embroidered Gowns, and Teddies in a variety of beautiful styles and very cheap but still cheaper during this Sale. e "DIX-MAKEONE-FOURT- Our line of Voiles and Linen Dresses are very new and are selling fast, but as we advertise "Everthing in the Store" so these will be sold at a liberal reduction. PARTY AND ONE-THIRD We have in Open Stock nbout pairs of Hud lilankets, ranging in price for $4.00 to $15.00 u pair, which we will ofTer at money saving prices. Twenty-Fiv- " OFF REGULAR PRICES. HOUSE DRESSES AND PRINCESS AND OTHERS AS FOLLOWS. DANCE DRESSES WASH FABRICS. Dress Ginghnms of all kinds, Punjab, Percales, Shirting Cheviots, Fine Shirting Madras, Voiles, Lawns, Printed Crepes, Peter Pan Cloth, and all other kinds of Wash Goods at special reductions for This Sale. OFF. We offer choice of more thnn twenty exceedingly desirable Party Dresses nt a d from our regular reduction of prices One-Thir- $1.25 House Dresses, now 95c $2.00 House Dresses, now $1.70 $2.25 House Dresses, now $1.85 $3.00 House Dresses, now $2.50 $4.00 House Dresses, now $3.35 $5.00 House Dresses, now $4.25 IJetter Iiuy Enough for a Year. MUNSINfi UNION SUITS. The best in the world styles to suit all notions, and all perfect fitting. At reduced prices during this sale. Everything about this sale will be found exactly as represented. No evasion of any 'kind All goods marked in plain figures and price cards on each line so you may figure sale price. A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. P1 JPi The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 12 1919. ANOTHER VICTORY By MARGARET HOLMES ADVANCE IN PRICES WOLF TRAIL. PAID BY FARMERS Increase Almost Everything Used by Agriculturists. - In the United Slalm Ixpart-mea- t of Acrlrultmr ) While farmer arc KetlltiB hlchei prl(o for the pHMlurtH they cll thnii they nnhiHl In u ,,r t t,p Chining nf Hie war, they uro iiImi hlcher prlccH for the thlnRif they h'ly, niid It Ii of peehil coniern In Hum tn know Jut Imw they hate f.irod In tho cnienil prliv mmeiniiit nf IIiIiiki wh In relation tn that of Ihlucs Imuclit. Ill 11115 furmrra rurhi.l .1 per cent lira than lu 1011 for cropi uml llic toik In their (imiim-ll- e price, hut they paid It pir cent inure III tho com-lt- price of Iho many nrtlcle Hint tiny lioiiaht. The llt of nrtlrliK ImiucIiI um-- I for thla punmae contain" Ilemi of teltlles nml pinuentii, luinhir. uihhI prmluetH, nRrltulturnl 111)- pmK. inipieminia nml muclilnery, imtnl Ilintii nil ne think ntmit." thr I mdiict, cnul, petroleum ikIucIk, tnouiht, "that and the price nf luni foN, fi rtllltcrx, huuKhnhl funiMi-Inler." ami nther fiirm nml family .'jr -The trouble with grandfather !.' I Hi". Itilatlio loio In the M'coml )e..l lie "Hint he hu n pile nf of tho war ulm waa nurfereil hy fnrm- money ami hi- - ilmfn't know how to nv"Vliat they mhl In cropi nn spend It. nmt people call him the 'I.uin lire l(Kk uihiinred lu Joint price It tcr King,' nn.J h. ttilnkn that lie I l tmo. hut only hy IU per edit, nhlh some kind nf n tnnnarch who know what they tmusht ndinnnd 21 pet It all. anil, really, h flne.ni know cut. nnnlly nnythlng. 1 guc, to ,n, a ,,t In the licit )inr, UHT, the relutlit. to Irani nlmul nlx.nt ii,i... (harurter nf thoe price inoiem n'.i 'A Imnch f lltnp water Itllr lat In n( reered, and Iho fiirunr fared the irlrlS lap, ami she lifted them Hi prorlty lnt(iul of dlMmter, lnco - .. ncr tare. Jio l'r!e t"it lh rjjij"! for ruj ,. nh(. confided to the ami IUe Kinirj:.ilned 71 p7r edit upon fi.rgd," lllle. "that t am 3H, lie t!i!nk that 111 1. Mhllo ho paid 4'J vr cent more bwaun" I am all hi- - ha, nti't hertuti'. In t.e Ciinpolto price of h a pur-in- r. antnc ila)', I'll I rry rich md ,rrtu War time Ii a pfrhnl of rnplu tn- - and ! that aay In 'lnr';ii i .rlrei :m! of 'iidden ar.d grnmtfatlH r had a n""vl- - he fhlril:" often "f (winftil Ma!.iiljt:tinenn. Ah t'ccaUM- - of nil that Hut VVt thoucti thr f hwt cnmr.il In HH.'i Iturrclt l not cxhI e"ngh for nn. unit l'ltll In 1(111 nmt ulfli lie ' won't nllnw me tn Vol; h rcn-,'.e'- I the cnund In 11117 and every Idler that 'ru the C iln I nri'Ii more, he Ion hH liiiuc. ami cmt Inrc Net rrttirm-relutlio lead lu lt'ls and found him-w- lf frnm I'ranri. n mk ntn, ci iiiilfnihi'i where ho r'niteil In mil In thr ilro.n'l t nu nut nf Ilia Ifht. I If Jilt couip rlon of trlio of crops and Hie tint IlurrrtlK, ami the fart that alock wllh that of thine- - iHiiicht. Tho l.t. the llurrctt ar Ihp rry nlpct p"pli In 1U1S l.illnlirt of tir!it rr,-liianil Hint Nwl hn mvcrnl hlmi lf nml chine Kill Mns (17 per tent, and Hint fils family llh slnry ami lm miin nr price pnld wan im per cent, or home ilPcnratiil iliTnratril with cnr the Mime. m many mntala that fort Iinprii' my framlfallitr nnt at nil. lit" (ImHAY OF HIGH FEEDING VALUE ply-I,y "Mint's n jdlnuiT pcrrli. Suit)-- , Hull one K" Tlif nld Him,, Sally'. Krnl, father, dropped n Hiilrinlng n. Into l ho lnnt, muck n luMiy fi.rifliirrr Into n li.mnto rim nl hi ft,t, wiMpcd up n long. rlrglltig worm iiml imnrttil In drupe II iimi II,.. nh liimk. It m n J linn truing, ImImi-,,- , u tTin- - girl int ami ilii-f- c. lttng nif tigm limn in Hi,- ,., Mill, IVr a d'w mumm. tw wniilied tlu- - )Hlnw .erh llcipiiliirf nl.uut t hr feet, then gingerly ft.- -l It ntl ll.pod It buck Into tl. at,.r, "Why il.i untiT llllr el,,.,, tholr tnl ulirn tl inn go.- ilonn, grandfather" he nuked. Tin- - old mnn. fumbling with the hnlt nml hunk. IgtmrH Iiit (uetlnn. "A ilrml worm ain't much tnnptiitlon to flh," hi- - illliiiltc,l ; "ninny put the Imll mi u It rnwr ,r tnlc. im' nlnuy leave n Mt nf the uurm wriggling nt the end." lie mt the line agnin, nmt Hip girl wntchnl It n It went uultrrln? nut toward the shining grrm Icaica of the - Flrtt T.vn Vfirt Wont, While In k ll.b H7 the Farmer Shared In the General' Figure for 1918. f U. "l uu.. f I5 . ALL D AY ,r. ., . AUCTIO Jfra. Andrew Stottn .nonf ilay with Jin. Mose Ray. and Mr,. Moc Hay and eon, were In Lancaittrr, Thurad.iy. Min Eunice Sto.ts pnt n few 'la; i last week with .Miss Jessie B. Kay. I.Mca Myrtle and Gracie Tenter pmt Thursday night with Miss Bert Dai ley. Mrs. W. T.,5!ober!ey was with .Mr. V.'a'ter Catoy ai ' family last Tours-d- a. u.,i.. r'ht. SHE! 99 Acres of the Fain has been ill. Mitses Jciie B. Bay and Eunice Ptotts were clients of Ml.. Th.lmn Simpon Thurslay night. Mrs. Clarence McCullcy and attractive little son were visitors of Mrs. Josiah McCullcy last week. Mr. and .Mrs. llushey Molicrley and daughter snent the week end with rarents, Mr. an j .Mrs. Harvey Tcatcr. Miss Tinehi flllnnn nn,l 1,1. t I tiler of Snoonrille were vinltnr. nf their uncle, Mr. Elljch McMillian and lomiiy last week. .Mr. and Mrs. Asbie Hemlren nml Mr. Ova Couch and Miss Jessie Carmen of near Nitholaavillo were enter tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey and family Sunday Little Alcne Ka;n the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter hr W. E. Cook - ;iu (Owsley) Suburban Home Tract One mile from the Lancaster Public Square and of city limits on the New Danville turnpike road, the signed will sell subdivided at Public Auction 1-- Trnncrlpt. Too True. It only takea a few minute to find In nther the fault v n't dlcover In ourwlves In a hie. Boston ir Vr Intelligence of Animals. The Img Is the runt Intelligent an-l-- nl nn the farm, except Hie dog. I' irc are thin cattle. Sheep Xie the least sense. nt, on ct rt 2 mile under- National Faults. T!i- - guilt of ecry national sin romp hack to the voter In a fraction, 'h ciimmon denominator of which U 'cral millions. Lowell. WEDNESDAY, JUNE ' J watrr, a whip At thr tntili ncd Ilnr a It fiav Dean When Cut at Rlaht Staor and Properly Cured U Rellthtd atruns npwanl, ami thru, hlKh up In the by Farm Animal. air, annthvr tight raucht anil hrhl tin onne rrhrlllmn rjcu. It una the flsht (Preramt hy lh t'nli. Stain Depart nf n Iiuji- - flying thine. "I.cxk. look, rrnndfattiiT, hmk tit t ho Her ryra had cuncht n lrl nn tho Beginning at 9:30 A. M. Rain or Shine. i 25 GUY. Mrs. Milton Ward visited Mrs. J. L. Ynntis Tuesday. Mrs. J. L. Yantis who has been quite ill is better at this time. Mrs. Alfred Poynter and children of McCrcary spent Friday with Mrs. Green Poynter. Miss Lcttie Uroaddus of Buer.i Vista was the t;ue:t the past week of the Misses Broaddus. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Yater were KUests Thursday of her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. M. B. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Barnes spent Sunday with Mr. and Mis. Tom Turner. Mr. and .Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey and Miss N'elle Pelphrey attended the picture show at Lancaster Saturday night. Mrs. Florence Hume and children million hrr. "I.onk n If It m romln' ilovin 111 my inrndnir," thr nld man lnoknlpi plrxnl. "You en up to thr hntur, Sally an' an' I'll irn an1 nrr.1' Willi n frw tnikr( Snm Drnmion" hrnrhiil thr Imat ami krramhlril nut. Tlirousli ii timflc nf oilar and awamii-nn- k hi- - Innk a dhiirt rut to tho uiradow. Sally, her ryri alilnlnE now, trlpivd alont; towiirl tin hoiio. Now and then ho lauk'hiil and klunril tho llllen In her hnnd. rnmi tho leramLi Mio watrlinl men Mainline 111 tho inondim the hrlow. Tor a Iiiiik tlmo fho wntcheil them, her heart iHiiindlne ami n pnijer ilm hrr llpv Then, when It ni ulumM ilnrk, ho niw Ihrin rllmli tho hill nml hc went nut to meet lln'iii, know Hint n cnlhint younj; nlll-rr- r for hud wnu uimtlnr ilrtory. nir uimn thr llnr ai fnrrnttrn. Thr wary old ryc nf Sam Iiniuit' wrrr hrlmltllnc n nrw, Ktrnncr thlnir. Thr Ai planr had hrjcun to awimp lower, lonrr It ramr, drnnlnc llkr a alri'lanr!" r tii meat of Agriculture.) The any henn when cut nt thr rlcht Haco nf crowth and properly cured makes nn exctllont hay nf hlch feed-tnvalue that l creiitly rellkheil hy all farm nnluuls. As rouiphred with hay frnm other lecuuitnoiis crops, oy hean hay Is ispial or uirrlor to nny. The uo nf this hoy as a murce nf protein, which can ho products! on the fnrm to lnil.ince foods for cnmlnR Mock or for milk, Mmiild rislure Iho (pinntlty of hldi-prlccronrctitmtrd feesls which It Is ncces-nr- y tn purchase. 1 he soy henn may he cut for hay at nny time from the Kcttlnc of the need until the lemos hecln tn turn ycllnk-- . The crop Is host fitted for hay, how- eier, when the seeds uro well formed, for nt thla Hap- - of crowth the lnrcet yield and the het Quality of liny will he nhtnliicd. If the hiirioMInc la done earlier, the perevntuce of protein will he hlcher, hut the total ylild will not he mi Inrco and the dlUlculty of curing mudi (.'renter. If the rut tine Is delay- ed. tho stems rapidly heroine hurt! nt.d The best subdivision tract ever offered in Garrard County, consisting of ninety-nin- e (99) acres with 3,000 ft frontage, and being the place now occupied by W. R. Cook and better known by the older inhabitants as the Judge Owsley tract, fronting as it does and including large handsome dwelling, 8 acre tobacco barn, well fenced with abundance of everlasting water is, we say, without fear of being contradicted, the most valuable surburban tract ever offered in Garrard county. GOLD AND VALUABLE PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. BRASS BAND. DINNER ON THE GROUND. of Mitckley who were visiting Mri and Mrs. Everett Grow have returned home Mr. Walter Smith and mother, Mrs. John Smith spent Friday night at Paint Lick the guests of Mrs. Isaac Eason and MUs Stella Xaylor motored to Buckeye Saturday and attended the S. S. Convention. Mr. John Brcaddus Sr. was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Broaddus of Kirksville, Tuesday I Chlneta Trtea Like Our. Sepnraloil hy S,(t tullea nf oceun nml 4 .f" in lief of land, tho ciiMi ni part of North America nml Iho fnret n rem of China pre. nit miiiio trlklni; rertutinnrt'4 In veKeliill'in. Acconl-In- s of Heredity, throe to the Journal peclr of foriTt trow that tnm' wild In liolh China nml tho United Slate", hut now hero i o, urn pnrllruluily noteworthy. They ore the tulip poi-In- r (MrliHlendroii p.), tho nanfrm (SaKkiifrua !'.) nml the hlekorj' (Carj u hp.). It hn lieeu ilorldod hy CcoIokUIm that China uiul Amerlea wire lit olio tlinu united hy land. Hence the (net Juit luentloned prole uhly crew euntluunutly front China to the (iiHlern I'lilted State", wllh hetween illflVrent lociilltlet no creator llnui Hini-- now In he found lietneeii Mirloui part of the United Statin. When tho laud connection wan aeiered ciiiiilltlona were micli that thr treea liecumo centered In the eimtcni part ut Ihli country iiiid'ln pnrta of China where tho climatic cnndltlon were almllar. The crow Hi waa henceforth discontinuous, hrnkrn hy the 1'nclHc ncenn and the arid plalna nf the far Went. Under fcurh condltlona, the Chlnoe and Ainerlnin tpeclra, fur upart, have nmalned virtually Identical throuth hundreds of grneratluna. Youtli'a Couipnnlnii, .Ccpyrlaht, lll. by tha McClura Newt-pap- r dyndlcatt.) There will be dinner on the ground for those who don't bring their own. W. R. Cook, the former owner, has taken exceeding care of this the home tract: 65 acres OLD BLUE GRASS and Meadow Land, all of which will raise the best of tobacco; 20 acres in wheat which was in hemp year before last; 14 acres in corn and tobacco. IMPROVEMENTS: Large 10 room dwelling, very attractive inside and out, located on a high level, fronting the south, large maple and other shade trees, water works, bath and susceptible of city light current if desired; stable, double garage, corn crib, servant's house, cellar, large garden and lot; in short a country home "in town" with no city tax to pay. PROVES ITS MERIT AND EXCEPTION : Ask your self, are there any more favorable in comparison that are offered for sale. You may not want it all. You WILL want some of it so we will subdivide, giving each tract a frontage and you buy what you want. COME AND SPEND THE DAY: It will be a picnic and a sale too. Bring the whole family, plenty of shade, good cold spring water, there will be music by excellent band and the sale will be over in time for you to attend the opening Redpath Cornctt. Mr. and Mrs. James and edntsday. yffe .&.' . A" '. oa Mrs. Francis Croushorn and daughter, Miss Maggie of the Bryantsvillc vicinity, have been recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John II. Ynter. Messrs Ezzu and Ilogan Fletcher, Misses Ellen Turner and Hazel Foley motored to Bcrea Wednesday and attended Commencement. Miss Mary Poynter spent FriJay night nt McCrcary the gufst of Mrs. Alfrfd Poynter and on Saturday at tended the Sunday School Convention Baling Soy Bean Hay In Field Frcm Hollow Rack. woody uml del line lu feeillnc value. nut! If li ft too lone there la much In lent on. NEXT WINTER'S FUEL SUPPLY Much Wood, Apparently ValueleM at Thl Time of Year, Can B Set Atlde for Ue. Chautauqua program. TERMS; It U easier to how other people their duly than to do our own. there are muuy racer to tench who are not wlllloc to practice. More-ore- Ttich by Example. r, are more plentiful than but they r nem o poww (Prepared hy Iho United Btatea Depart ment or Agriculture.) Look forward tn next wlnler'a supply e of wiKid. In tunny part the custom still prevail nf hurnlns valu-ahl- o mrdwiMMl lu log heapa followlnc the cleurlnc upjif new hind. Thousands of farmer must provide lhemelvea tilth wood for next winter. If tho farmer run nut use the wood himself some nelchhor, b(hoolhoue, or.rhuri'li will likely ho chid In cct It when cold weather coinca. Much wnnd. apparently useless ut thla lime of the year, will he Ik exwasted unless forethought ercised. Icit(Kint' buruloc your wast wuvU. LIBERAL AND ANNOUNCED AT SALE. nt lluckoe. A postal from Mr. Charlie Smith to hi parents, Mr, nml Mrs. John Smith this week says he had landed safely in Xew York from overseas and would be with them in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Clark and son, Earl, Mr. and Mrs. C. I!. Henry nml son, James Milton and little daughter, Louise Sunday at the home-o- f Mr. and Mrs. Murray,, were royally entertained II. Ward. Mr and Mrs It. II. Ward motored to Paint Lick, Wednesday au were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Millar I for the day, who entertained ut nn elegant dining In ho'icr of Lieut. Lee B. Ledford uho has recently returned from Overicas. Messrs John C. Broaddus and Miley Beazley, Misses Anna Mae and Jean and Llda Broaddus attended a lawn fete Saturday night given by Mines Angle and Hannah Bourne at their country home on the Danville pike. It a quite an enjoyable affair. T.. I O.T. Wallace, Realtor Secty, Trust Building, LEXINGTON, KY. D. A. THOMAS, Lancaster Ky. till. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June !2. 1919 &Kfc3Eg?Kgm3KS Card The family Ilnckey wish this paper to nnd neighbors f Thanks. of Mr. and Mrs. V. P. through the columns of thank nil their friends who were so kind ami thoughtful In their bereavement. Goolel's accident stop tlio by the tragic death of their sen. fioebel last week. They alio caucd uli'i 7V It stated Oust four of brother saw the distressing to ami ilid nil In their frightened animal, but not ,..n mtn t. ulr ft'mi. which orr until it rherkid ft It in its r.ind (light $?! POINT LEAVELL. Thai are Different Some fine cattle graiinj on the farm of A. V. Carpenter, In blue Krass up to their knees, that only n farm like this will produce. This (arm is to be sold by Swinebrond, the Real Estate man, on Wednesday, June 18th. Head description in the other section of this Issue. You'll find here all the newest things in Mrs. Nellie Sutton was n visitor of Mrs. Charlie Dillon. Sunday. Mr. Sam Kellry was with his brother, Mr. Tuck Kclley Sunday i Mr John Colson and family were visiting Mr. Tuck Miller Sundny. H Miss Sallie Mae Graves is visiting her sister, Mrs. llolman llrown, of j j Ijincmter. of liar- .Mrs. Chester llaminons jhoUrsvillc is visiting friends and lel- ntlvis here. There will be n Sunday school pic nic in the grove near Mr. Alfred Owens on the Call l.lck pike Saturday, June 2"'th. i LET'S ALL HELP In Work Of The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army of America is A Cerk Substitute. d substitute for cork Is from certain fungi, whlrh are il and ground, mixed with cement consolidated by pressure. good conducting a campaign of its own to help the Home Service work. Reports from State Headquarters at Lexington show that CT of the 120 counties already have been organize! and that 1C field men are at work in the other 55 counties preparing for the beginning of the drive June 23. Impetus has been given the drive in of the help cf l'ie recple of Kentucky in the Heme Service Kund Campaign it is inaugurating in Kentucky in the counties tutsiue of Jefferson June 23 to 30. Louisville al..v vvir Dmj. ready has given liberally. In Asht vf tint! It l 'In I i'Ti v' lslnn land $30,000 has been raised for n nlin have mil rrld forward. new building, but Uoyd county Is The rest of us are plodders. We are j Life In Bermuds. ' feature of llfi In rtrrmmla ' ' nlwnys linprew" the frnnger Is ppnrent prosperity of tln natives, Mte and eolnrrd alike. Pl'reslng "iverty Is unknown, r.nl even the poor- families can boast of a stone house ml a garden. Sennets, Splits, fanlols, 5cililules, Leghorn v Panamas Also the famous JJorsalino 2 I good plodders and we all i!o the best we can. but we tire realljr followers In the footsteps of others. If we fol- vice & and Bartsdoet Itlsrwt llsrbaitiK's Inland Is the mint east-erlof the HVt Indies. Hcorsre Wish Inston took th one foreign Jxuroet of Ids life to lUrbadors with his li Washington f.il.d hmlher, It Is the most densely populated la iA'M iHopU pet lli world, aversion sunre mile. vlv i.nl PAINT LICK Mr W S. Tish was at home a few last week. Ilr II. J. l'atrick was a recent visitor In Louisville. Mi Lilhnn lloylc of Mattoon, III , - visiting Mi-- s Helen lloylc. Miss llutii liroaddus returned to her limine in Nui.i.Usv ill' Y.n iiutn liroaddus leturnej to her home in .N'lcnolasville. Saturday Hubert of Appalnrhia, Va., is visiting friends ami relatives here. Mrs. J. Wnde Walker of Louisville is the guest of Mrs. Hubert J. Walker. Misses A'a McWI.orter and Ida Si.nlers wen visitors in lie tea, Sat- low well, and If we plod patiently and tirelessly we also may clulm our meed Of praise. Also we shall surely bs glran our rsward. Exchange. Unlucky Thirteen. rnrrpsrvnm1snt Kiiinrper PARKS 5 HENDEEN t .V One. Chine for "Oi i itxirtunlry Advertisement for a hrlitht woman wl"i n Inrse cof ltoston Tn:'irrlpt. Iiratlon." DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. A thnt !h tho summer of 1017, and before the Ben was visiting his aunt, who so end of that year you had a number far forgot herself as to use a "swear of huts in operation in the training word." The, youngster was horrtned. area of the First Division and a group Bd UDOn arriving home he began to of devoted men and women who laid Ml nli grandfather about the occur- nc he ,h:.p'BCf " the foundation for the affectionate his story to where the regard in which the workers of your be , and ,l!d p. be organization have always been held pealingly: "Mother, won't you say It by the American soldiers. The out- - just once so grandpa can bear how standing features of the work of the awful Aunt Sue sounded?" Salvation Army have been its dispo- sition to push Its activities as far as Washing Oyster, possible to the front and the trained "Old songs, old books, old frlemdsT and old methods of acftstfng experienced and ter. character of its workers, whose one thought was the specialists of the bureao of chemistry, being of its soldiers they came VMt KMn 'Ifartmettt of agrlcol-well f'" determined that oyster. to serve. While the maintenance of ,nr' up a great deal more wattsr and these standards has necessarily kept '""k wben miin your work within narrow bounds as wah, ,,y the Dew alr btart mo. compared to some of the other vvel- - (hanlcal device metlMwl ttian when fare agencies, it has resulted in n de- - wuheil liy the old method, on a skln- grce of excellence nnd j mer with a bose and peddle. in the work performed which has been second to none. It has en- . , , ., ,, , Indian Tailor Bird, . ..r.,. -,. ,ou. u.BuoiiUUOII mm, IIS ill- , u, ,. dividual men nnd women workers to' .nllor blnl of India, a tiny yellow crea ail tnose uivislons and other units to ' turH. To escane snakes and monkeys has spread their good name to every 'this blrdtakes a dead leaf, fllos up pint of the American Expeditionary 'nto a tree, and with a fiber for a Forces. I'lease accept message to1 ''read and Its bill for a needle tews Kretn one banging from which they have been attached nnd ' ",H hut " ,re0- - T,np 'ldM ,I,re ,UP' ,nn each of your workers. ' "fnlng to the net thus formed being ,1 JU1''N LUSHING . ,.f, , ,1,,. t0 Tlle leaf, apparently I hanging from a twig, would never be taken for a nest. Bug, Big best known Elks in Kentucky, who,'ots by Hanan to discover a "lucky last week sent out telegrams to all , day" for the destruction of the Jews, i Spldsr.Web Weight. ,3th certainly a roost unfor-Klk Lodges In the State calling It I estimated that four mites of In this "cttonpopular case, and the nn ordinary spider's thread would tention to the work and urging loyal story was so In 1 and hearty support of it. In several sees that It may really the middle weigh scarcely a grain. given towns and counties the Elks are inTrle ,0 the ,uperstltlon. charge of the campaign. i ersning, in a iei- uenerai jonn ter to Commander Booth, expressed a young detective was enthusiastic liU appreciation of the work of the but Inexperienced. Bushing Into his Salvation Army for the soldiers in chiefs office In great excitement, he Wed, "I've found the murderer! I'n France in the following letter: tn vou mv sin. Kt him cornered so that he can't es "I wish to .nr nel" Th Chief regarded him with nd Ihnl nt nil ri. nnnreoiatlon ' ... . . , withering scorn. "Allow me," be said, .... i -"l """""" to draw your attention to the fact ary rorces for the splendid services tM it preMnt wt are IooklDri not for renuereu uy me oaivauun Army 10 the murderer, bat for Clews I the American Army in France. You first submitted your plans to me in Mamma. jM, i.',J Colloquial Verdict. "Let's call It off.'' snld the alienist as lie finished a pntltrit fur Insanity. limton Transcript I ( GENERAL PERSHING'S CABLE To Commander Evangeline Booth of the to my sincere J WISH to expressthat you all members apof of preciation and the American Expeditionary Forces for the Bplendid services rendered by the Salvation Army to the American Army in France. You first submitted your plans to me in the summer of 1917, and before the end of that year you had a number of huts in operation in the training area of the First Division and a group of devoted men and women who laid the foundation for the affectionate regard in which the workers of your organization have always been held by the American soldiers. The outstanding features of the work of the Salvation Army have been its disposition to push its activities as far as possible to the front and the trained and experienced character of its workers, whose one thought was the well being of its soldiers they came to serve. While the maintenance of these standards has necessarily kept your work witlrin narrow bounds as compared to some of the other welfare agencies, it has resulted in a dein the gree of excellence and work performed which has been second to none. It has cleared your organization and its individual men and women workers to all those divisions and other units to which they have been attached and lias spread their good name to every part of the American Expeditionary Forces. Please accept message to each of your workers. self-sacrifi- ce urday Mr. and Mrs. O. C. (tucker visited his mother, Mrs. I. C. ICucker Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks have returned from a few- - da visit in Cincinnati. J. 11. Woods, Jr., has opened a feed store in part of the oul TodJ mill building. Mesdames Henry Conn and M. Ilurgrss were In Iliclimond Thursday shopping. Miss Archie Maupin of Kingston, is visiting her uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. A. iliddelL Mrs. Fred Hall has returned from a few days visit with her mother, at Eminence. Mrs. F. II. Smith has returned from several weeks visit in Oklahoma and Missouri. William, Kd.vcnl and Kohvrt F. Italston have arrived in .Vew York f I om overseas Miss Ida Hurt has closed her school nt Sycamore and is at home for the vncation. Mrs. M. E. Mason and Mrs. Annie fiibson wire the guests of .Mrs. Anno Moherley Saturday. Mr J. I), Uurchell and family d relatives in Jessamine County Sunday and Monday. Quite n number from here attended the Commencement exercises at llerea the past week. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Turks and little son, Harold, nrc visiting bis parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Parks. Mrs. J. A. Kiddell entertained 'at pupper Wednesday evining In honor of her guest, .Miss Archie Maupin, Mrs. Jennie Cockcrcll nnd son, llrown, of Livingston, wcro the guests of Mrs. George Trendwny the l.ast week. Mr. nnd Mrs. I!. W. Ilstridgc and little daughter motored to Indiana for n visit with lur aunt, Mr. ami Mm. Frlsbie, Mrs. C. F. Chastine has returned to her home In Austin Intl., nfter a visit to her purents, Mr. and Mrs. Loander Lcdford. Paint Lick can again boast of n butcher shop with Mr. John Penning, ton, Prop. He tells us ho will keep a supply of fresh meat at all times. Mrs. nose, nee Muurine McLin, spent several days in Paint Lick the past week the guest of her uunt, Mrs. It. II. I.edford. also the Misses """" Salvation Army in the United States l ,.e Mnt ,J Little Nam.e Most everyone around here has First Thrift Day, been wondering what Is this new fly The first "thrift day" In Amerlct or bug that made its appearance mis August U. 1015. That was: llif t time one tpoclul day was evvt ubout a week ago, and while it does ally set aside for the purpoio of not "bite", so far as known, causes n lot of discomfort when It "lights" on 1 ' niMiiruglng attention to thrift. The y was celebrated In California us the back of your neck. It remained "thrift dsy" In response to a proclu for u precocious etude lit uf Centre nmllon of Governor Johnson. The College at Danville, Howard Van Antmarked the opening of the werp, to send In a sample to the Ex- thrift congress, held nt the punaiuu-Pacifi- c periment Station at Lexington. He exposition by tho American Soreceived a reply from Prof. Carman, ciety for Thrift Thrift Magazine. the bug specialist, which said: "The tranger to the Western World. insects of which you send samples are The Asiatic zoological expedition, the winged form of sycamore aphis, Lanchus platinlcola. It is excep- tent Into the Houth Chlnssa mountain tionally common this season, though province of Yuonan to Investigate Its range life, la sethe wingless form are frequent dur- curing of animal fine succeeded of ing the ordinary season on sycamore. serow, several Is a specimens to the stranger the which I have never before seen so many of western world. The serow Is a mounwinged form. It Is possible that tain dweller, somewhat the, like the the freezing of the young leaves of chamois, says the New Tork World. Uss sycamore trees may have led to It Is wary and Meet and takes a dluy the dispersal of the insect in search and seemingly Impossible conns among Its uattvu crags. of other forage", (Signed) JOHN J. PERSHING. GIVE TO YOUR LIMIT! Salvation Army Home Service Fund $13,000,000 FOR HUMANITY Mr, and Mrs. Reynolds and children have returned to their home In Tiner Ky., after a few days visit with his brother, Mr, George Treadway and other relatives.