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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 19, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919061901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 19, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 12 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 19. 1919. UNITED - TODAY THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 12. GOOD WOMAN Culled To Her Reward. Mm. 1'nnny I'olliiril, one of the most beloved women In tin- - Murks-bur- y section nf ihc cuunty piieJ to her reward last Tuesday morning nt her home on the Lexington pike niter an Illness of several nionthi She was cvc.l)'ftir years i.M ml wm the widow nf f.i' late Tilt-It'by scvcinl She is sur.-iVtPollard. vliilitrrn, nil of w.Wi life grown nnd ate nniong On iW,t substantial mil respected citlzein of the rcurty. .m n devout nnd Mm. I'ollnnl Buplirt member of the ScrvicM wnv cuiidac'.i d nt chureh. the churrh by her p.ter. I!c !. W. C. 1. Str ollil'nhan. assisted er. After the tervnu tie icmf..'ns were taken to ihc Iamcaster cenc-ter- y, followed liy a host of friends of the deceased anl rclativis, 'vl.cic the Interment took plnce last Wcdncs-Ja- y THE RETURN- ING SOLDIER.His Expectations, His' Obligations And His Responsibilities. STATES AND POST THROWN OFFICE OPEN TO THE ! CHAUTAUQUA STARTS HERE TEACHERS 1919-19- 20 BUILDING COMPLETED PUBLIC LAST WEEK. The new Government building or Custom Home, wns thrown open to . the public last week, nnd I'ostmnstcr nre I!ruwn anj iljs forcc 0( ,Ptpc-n...... cumfortnbIv ensconced in a com- forUi,c nm commodious building w),ich u'out, j0 cri.jt to n much lar-nn- d Kor nn, fnr Illurc pretentious city A Next Wednesday. Get Lancaster Graded and High Schools. Your Tickets Now. The corps of teachers for the Lancaster Graded and High choota has finally been completed and Laneis-te- r is promised a good ycar't work during the next ten montlii of school, which will begin about tho first of September. Some time ago, It wns announced thru these columns that the present corps of teachers, with tin exception bf Mrs. Currey who asked that she 1c relieved with the close of tills school the year, had been reelected Miss Lucre-tl- a school year, 1919-102Skinner was elected In Mrs. Cur-rey- 's Misses Frances Clarke, stead. Allle Hendren, Martha Kavanaugh and Delia Tinder did not accept, fur reasons best known to themselvei. In losing these teachers, as well as Mrs. Currey, the school and community suffered an almost irreparable on; however the Board of Trustees after untiring efforts has succeeded !n filling the vacancies in what is hoped to be a very satisfactory manner. In fact the Board feels that the school and community nre very fortunate in having the corps of teachers that his finally been elected for next year. At a meeting of the Board on May 1C, Miss Margaret Sexton, Lexington, who graduates this June from the University of Kentucky with thc A. as Miss B. degree, was elected At thc same Clarke's successor. meeting, Miss Letty Whaley, who is a high school grad uate with two years experience and who graduates this year from the Kastcrn Ky. State Normal School at Richmond, was elected us Miss Hen- dren's successor. Also ut the same meeting, Miss Ellen Walker of Richmond and well known in Lancaster, was elected to a position, but had already accepted a position for another year at Sharpsburg, where she has been teaching for some time. At a meeting of the Board on May 21, Miss Myrtle Ruble of Buena Vista who is well known as a teacher of Garrard County, was elected to a position in the school. Sle will tsach Fifth Grade. Miss Mary Elr.'.ure wns also elected us Miss Tinder's successor. At another meeting on Monuay night, June 9th, Miss Minnie 3,ir- ehett of Louisa, who has had several years' experience and who graduates this vear from the Eastern Ky. State as elect Normal School, Richmond, ed as teacher of the Sixth Grade, and If necessarv. assistant to the Seventh or Eighth Grade teacher All of the new teachers come high ly recommended and will be welcomed in Lancaster. The assignment of work for next year will be as follows: Primer ani Miss Mary- - Elmore Grade I. Grade II. Miss Amanda Anderson Grade III. Miss Lucretia Skinner Miss Ada Rich Grade IV. Miss Myrtle Ruble Grade V. Miss Minnie Burchett Grade VI. Miss Letty Whaley Grade VII. Miss Eliza Smith Grade VIII. tchool Miss Margaret Sexton-Hi- gh Miss Elizabeth Scott High tchool. High tchool Miss Bettie Robinson Superintendent. P. H. Hopkins lv. afternoon. SPLENDID SALE Of The Carpenter Farm Swinebrond, our local real estate dealer, made nnother corking (rood sale on jestcrdny whin he sold the .Adam Carpenter farm in Lincoln ncres. County, consisting of fiJI The following are the trucU a' sold: 203.2 acres to Hughes and McCarty $235.25 an ucre; 2fi 2 ncres to the same parties nt $ 1 18.00 per acre; nt 115 ncres to Jim McCormack $144.7? an acre; Wm. McCormack .33.61 ncres nt J145.00 an ncre; Logan McCormack tt.K ncres nt $151.27 an jvcre; J. II Mocker, president of First National Ilank of Stanford. "7 2 acres nt $1CO.OO an acre; J. II. Ilnughmnn nnd Clay Davis. 70.85 ncres nt 1132.60 per ucre. The total sales nmounted to 1 109,422.50, an average per ncre for the entire farm of $175.20. very much Mr. Carpenter was pleased with the sale nnd et each of the parties who bought the different tracts will be able to sell nt a profit as we are informed. This was one of Ithe best farms in Lincoln County nnd CoL Swlnebroad Is to be congratulated on the successful manner In which It is his exthis sale was conducted. perience nnd Judgment In being nnle of large farms to make no as to make the separate tracU attractive which nlwnys spells success. He has another auction sale today. (Thursdny) and It is dollars to dough-nuthat the farm sells. at KtcTU cf world wiile fame, -' . the benefit of cery modern n- , , p ur.ee knon to tnke the p.ace lu,l member; he will be irvnuo- riitioii.il training in schools establish d for this purpuM- - i.t.d nothing willI I.e left undone to pUcc hi,.. 1,1 a roi- In tmn to become .elf supportirn a .Llltion to t',.,, he will.be pnld a good alurj while taking tn.s tia.nini; "his is the iVidciiie of the gratitude of the gonruinci't. Ihc grntilude of the iitiwnry, while not so substantial, will be more ile'iioii'trative, lie vill be KnUed ns a heru, in r.iuny irlunres lie will be 'cted, v,,"ned nnd dined, and every cdort will be made to sho-- th&t the pccple fcppnciate Lis sacriheo However, when the excitement of the homecoming wears nwny, and things begin to settle down into the groove, the eyes of everj-on- e pre-wa- r will be upon the soldier, ti see what effect his experience will hive upon his lifter life. While the entire country is deeply grateful to the soldier, yet he must . .1 ...:.i. ii. v. . ,01 ni.ni, .t.. oe " The soldier of the American peditlonnry Forces, who took part In the great struggle of Democracy ngalnt Autocracy, nnd who lent his efforts to make this country a safer, better place in which to live, nnd who is now returning to his native than lj,ca,tt.r, land, has " right to nn.l does expect! juM o) ,hc WM the Krat tude of his government and t(, of (he Jf w of ,he ,ate il me cinzinrv iinvm .tr....t. in which That he will receive this untmt- - was added n strip of hind purchased l.igly there ts no doubt. ' from the Presbyterian church, the If he be sick, he will be plated in (Grant lot not being sufficiently wide .. the best hospital, the country utlo-dl( mret KOVcrnmcnt rC(Iulremcu. nri'1 will have the benefit of tin kUI Tl... I. ..11.11..., 4n Wl l.rlt- nn.l i.n.r.ln lllf nf he very best phvsicmn. in the. jujl uutllllllh firc proof MU 11'c.m.nlni'1''. ha.e. hie to construct such structures. The TV'C I -n main, or ground floor contains a larjre bt? will .,, (ial('ui....,)u, ,,,,, ,,,., ikn Before the liecord goes to press of the again we will have the Ilcdpatli Sponish-Americu- n vvnr, one of two Chautauqua with us. Judging from allotted to the state, also through the thc program it will surpass anything efforts of Senator Bradley, now lies heretofore given by the Redpath neglected on the public square; the people. Treasury department, which has supNot all thc tickets have been sold, ervision over nil Federal buildings yet quite a number of pledges nre nnd grounds, hns granted permission still out that wns given last year. for this cannon to be mounted on the Committees will wait on every pergrounds; the City Council has agreed son In the city nnd as many in the to transport and mount It, but the county during the next few days nnd cannon is not yet moved, nnd wc very if the Chautauqua is to be a success much fear that unless something is no one should refuse to buy season soon done in the matter that the war tickets. department will learn to which base uses this valuable relic is being put. I I. ....I ...Ill UIIICI lb I'll t n IICICi kJUHIC- -C.Mill ...1.. I. .1. ,rnsl ,.nnnon, n relic in , b ..... .. l,:l. I. u it in. i,OK t,0ltU-- r . unui v n. in., inus enuuuiiK to ssocuru ttiolr mail at nil ' .... ... rrn ANOTHER CALL From Warehouse Stockholders. Owing to the rapidity with which the work of the New Tobaccft Warehouse is progressing it wus necessity or the directors to mako another call for 25 per cent of their stock. This makes the third call that has Ken made nnd amounts to 75 per cent of the total subscrifrsid. Fine Boy. Mr. nnd Mrs. James llilton.are ceiving congratulation- - from their hand-som- e friends upon the nrrivul of a boy who arrived at their home young last Saturday morning. The man has been christened Harold re- Dlakcmnn. Looks Queer. Thomns is erecting u hnnd.! rnnm residence O 1 Ills Mc- . umi on DanvH.o St., Huberts He gave which ho decently opened. instructions' to the vvorkn en that the L'ao garage should bo built for a "big car we nnd not a Utile". Now what savs would like to know, that as Dave docs the house is for kale, Just how will he know the prospective owner Dave owns a not own a "Ltzzio". Liberty Six himself. Monday Is County Court Day. The W. C. T. U. will meet Bt the Club ltoom at 3 o'clock Saturday. July 4th is rapidly approaching, the most glorious 4th in our history, Chautauqua begins next day, get your season ticket and do not miss a number. "Central Park" is rapidly taking on Its summer appearance and becoming a thing of beauty. Don't forget when you come to town, Court Day, that you can get a food dinner at Mr. Bogie's, just below, the Baptist church on Richmond Street n,n,omibll. y,lciK thU obb. lire the general delivery, stamp, reg- i!ltry lltllI llloncy oriivr ttin,ott,, an1 con,molious work fn (hv ro()ms fur ,he ,mniUiniJ of tlle mniK , , curri lm.nt, for tht. c star routes, etc. An apartment dc- - waited upon for the appropriation, .voted to the money order nnd regis- - then nfter this is made, each build- try business, u private office for the lug must await its turn', nnd the one of the latest and most ey, us was the case with our building vaults, lavatories and recepta-;wa- s not available for several years, cles of every description for the use After the contract wns awarded to build- -' A. V. Ijinc of Chicago, und ground The entire of the employees. ing Is heated by steam, has hot and wns broken, the war broke out, busi-col- d water and is equipped with every ness was paralyzed and transportation de- - wns almost modern device nnd equipment impossible, so we may signed to facilitate the prompt nnd ef- - count ourselves lucky indeed to have licacious bundling of the vnt volume the building even at this time, of moll which passes through the of- Mr. V. V. llrady, the Covernnient f.ce. In the basement nre five rooms, representative In charge of the con-on- e large room designed for the use struttinn of the building, is entitled of the carriers, the apartment for the to a great deal of credit for solidity heating nppnratus und storage rooms. of the structure and the beauty of the 'The entire structure rests upon a surroundings; he has had entire sup-larconcrete slab, forming a foun- -' ervision of this work nnd hns seen to ,,a,on j k ,,1B with th(. ri.st 0f thc it that the specifications were never ins military career ine "Km i" i,i!,lin,. Th in thc least deviated from. Mr. the remainder of his dai In idleness; Brady has charge of a large scope of .f on that he may remain a drone in the I south side by a large concrete area territory in this vicinity and will hive of industry, supported by his or court, built on a level with the make his headquarters in Lancaster You more industrious brothers. (street, for the use of the carriers and indefinitely, nnd has moved his fnm-il- y have made a good soldier, now make the various vehicles here. Mr. Frank Franien is the ued in trans- , i ,,,,, mai, , ane. ua,,, a. gmm imi.-.- i . the superintendent In charge of construcsvvord into n plowshare, nnd sec to it ' ug-lttion. tnat no more rusi is ai.oweu 10 uc- - I under the hands of nn expert land Lancaster is unpretentious, we do cumulate upon the plow share than scape gardener, the remainder of the not claim to be the "best town on thc wns on the svvord. there lot has been set in blue grass, shrub- map", but we do say, and not in a Do not mar nn unstained 'scutch- bery planted, and already lends to spirit of braggadocio, that wc have eon brought back from "over there" thc appearance of the grounds, and n graded school in Lancaster, and a by a life of idleness and usclessness. after a few months of care and nurs- system of consolidated and high True you have made 1. great sac- ing which will be given it by the con- high schools in (Jnrrard county sec rifice, but you must remember that tractors will transform the house nnd ond to none, a Federal building of those who stayed at home also made grounds into a spot beautiful and un which we nre justly proud, and a law abiding, church going. Cod fearing sacrillres, not of blood or brawn, but ornament to the town. II j ron people whoi-- hospitality and friendPatterson, a there were hardships nt home ns well ns abroad, greater perhaps mayhap local colored man, celebrated among liness we challenge the world to surthan you may think. Not alone did the local housewives as an expert pass. we sacrifice by buying liberally of housecleaner, has been sworn in as Price-Graing- er. bonds, notes, etc, the money for all janitor of thc new building and I I I I .1 .!. of which went to prosecute the war, " !lt I... ru"m Miss Evelyn Price, of this city, was to make you ns comfortable as might " lV u, , united in marriage Saturday after- If untie' the circumstances, that you who is acquainted with Byron ever I ,o Cor(Ion GninKett at tlle might have the best of food and I home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Syme clothes, but we nlo denied ourselves It Is a very unusual occurrence for in Washington, I). C. . cere' . voluntnrmlly of things to which ws U . IUWII VI .UUU 1..I1UU1U4I113 111 uutu U . . imony Mr. and Mrs. Grainger went to had all of t.ur lives been uccustomeu, """ . ' , Atlantic City for n short stay nnd on thing which v had to come to look nunc us ecur.. B one m u. s tQ housekcepnB ()f,r return wi, upon ns necessities ; we did withojt wou d be almost an impossibility, for n Wn5ninton Thc ncvvs of the them cheerfully, nnd for you. N'or no instant ,.e suggestion were maoe , u pmant did our sacrifices end with yojr lioiiicrci.iinr, for there nre some of expression used in congress when n her home town, except to thc lnti us vim In order to do our patriotic suggestion which savors of the usemate ones to whom she had written duty in a linancird way, contracted less expenditure of public funds, or word of thc happy event. She Is the debts which we wili be years paying. thc showing of favoritism to some daughter of the late Dr. A. I). Trice In view of nil these facts, wc hi particular place or locality is made, nnd Mrs. Price and has been in Wnsh Hew the returning soldier should em- - and the bill would die in committee. ington about a year in Civil Service For this handsome structure just work. She is u cultured and lovely jWer deeply the "fe that lies before him, nnd should trsolvc to moke of opened Uinrastcr is indebted to thc young lady with many sterling quali hl.vnelf an industiious and useful late Senator William O. Bradley, nnd ties of character, and her marriage is citizen. Of work there U no scarcity, His efforts to secure it were ably sec- the culmination of a boy and girl ro there is work for n'J, yelhaps not lilt onded in the lower house of Congrer ma nee when she und Mr. Crainger Helm. Both of to your likinit, but good honest labo, by Hon. Harvey were both students back in the old and you will be given the preference, these gentlemen have now passed to Harrodsburg Academy days, Mr. ''heir reward, but the building which (Ir.iinger being one so go to it nnd by the sweat of your of the out-o- f - they succeeded In securing for l.an ln for ycrrself ns deep lsbrow town pupils who boarded at the instl poc. it a citiien and r. man ns yu caster will stand as 11 monument to ution. Thc ending of school days answering their memory. lid ns u soldier and ) separated them and they drifted upart Mr.'Bradlcy's thoughts Immediately but later the old acquaintance was reyour country's call. Conscript, volunteer or enlisted after hislctjon to thc U. S. Senate newed" and ended In the plighting of you rannot maintain the respect turned to his "home town", which he their troth Saturday at thc home of whic.i is ' eld for ou By idleness, loved so well, and li Immediately set Syme, who is 11 former Harrodsbutg find it aid about trying to do somethipg for it, girl and has always been a warm there Is n place for put forth your very leit c(lort 'in and thc handsome structure Just com- friend of the bride. Mr. Grainger U the great work of reconstruction that pleted marks the success of hit ef on. the staff of the Washington Tost, forts. The old "pork barrel" cry was liolili, splendid position and stands is now before us. raised when the appropriation was high with his and ii very first asked, but with that indomitable popular with all who know him. Mri. will nnd determination, which mark- Louis K. Ferguson, of Louisville, was (iood rains have fallen in different ed his entire career, and prompted by the only relative of the bride pretent parts of the county during the week, his love for hit home town and his at the ceremony, as her brother, Capt. und we hope to get a good one here own people, Senator Bradley stub- C. P. Price is still in overseas service. before it clears up. In some instan- bornly fought hit bill through to a j ilatrodsburt; Herald. ces the rain was accompanied by hail successful finish, and before lie was Mr. vjramger lormeriy uvea in and wind, but th; damage done wai called to hit final reckoning had the Ijncaster and it a nephew of Mrs. E. negligible so far as we can learn. Mr. satisfaction of knowing that tome U Owsley, of thli city. Thomas Cotton, ho lives on the day Lancaster would have what very The coming; of "garden truck1 it JCIrksvillt pike, had a lilo blown over, few towns of her tlx. possessed, a hlch was all the serious damage 10 federal building for the, use of the making an appreciable dent In old H. C. L. post office department. far reported. The new building nnd grounds cost of $45,000. Thu r u.n i4 ' ' .i 1.. on nnn , pended in the erection of ths build-h- s ,, ,hc furnilllre nnd e(lllllrlcnt will bring the cost well up townnl the nljove mcntinP,i flKUre. The gov- the trnmrnti in ,uch matte ,. o Mic bul,jInBS of neccU. In the neighborhood WAR WORKER ADMIRES CAR Manufacturer Congrat n ulated by Mrs. Ball-ingto- m Booth, head of Volunteers of America. The Car Loaned Her Pershing Never By Central Faltered On Hazardous Trips. Among the numerous letters of congratulation received by Dodge Brothers on thc performance of their cars serving with thc Ameri can army, there is one in particular which thc manufacturers especially prize. It was written by Mrs. Booth, one of the chiefs of the Volunteers of America, the or ganization that endeared itself to the American doughboys for its splendid welfare work in thc European war. The letter, which is in most respects similar to hundreds of others n ii fu .,,.,. ,..,,,i "i" ..... " ..... .... ... A,..v. .... commenting on the service given by Dodge Brothers motor car, is as follows: "Several times while traveling through France and Germany I was inspired to exclaim: 'I really must write to thc Dodge Company when I get home and tell them what I think of their car.' Now that I am home that intention has not weakened. I have spent the whole of this winter amid the in France and Germany road of mud nnd rain and shell-tor- n the buttle front, and later over the narrow gorges between Luxemburg and thc Khine. "Gen. Pershing gave me for my use while I served the A. K. F., a Dodge car. With Vny little company of entertainers I was enabled to go to mur.y of the boys in isol.Ved spots who had no transportation to fend for ine and would have gone without entertainments hall I not had my car. We traveled hundreds of mib. sometimes over almost impassably roads. We scaled mountains, where at every minute we had reason to fear that our little car might balk at further pressure. But wc never had n minute's trouble. I can say most emphatically that the Dodge gave splendid service and held out where we have found other cars disabled by the roadside. "Wl.cn my service with thc army was through and I had to return thc car to them I felt as if I was parting with a personal friend and wished that it could run me down io Brest nnd be taken aboard thc transport nnd sail for home witli me. "From what I hnve heard from many sources, I believe that others experhave had just as successful ience with the Dodge at the front as we have had." The cars that 'served in the army were of standard specifications, precisely like the Dodge Brothers motor cars that arc being built day after day for domestic and foreign mar kets. What' Shall We Eat? Well we would iudge that black berries it ubout the only answer to tho nhnve nuestion as the lat3 frost did away with a fine prospect for fruit in this country, curtailed tht strawberry crop and played havoc in general with our vision of a good fruit year. Farmers Busy. The farmer is sure one busy man just now. He prays for rain to "make a tobacco season", and he prays for dry weather for harvest. and so he can plow hit corn. And to cup it all, help it scarce, almost un obtainable, and price nearly prohibitive. But withal, the farmer is the lucky man, his grass is unusually good and nutritive, und his cattle are thriv ing on it; his corn, while not over forward is looking well and needing plowing; oats is well forward, and fives promise of a good crop; wheat, while afflicted with all the usual diseases (?) rust, fly, etc. will yet In all probability go well over the average year, both in yield and quality, 'ind with the certainty of $2.26 per buihel. well the farmer should worry. bacco It about all out, a little backward, but looking fine, and the prospect, no turety, of telling it o.er his very own looseleaf floor in Lancaster this season, brings a smile of satisfaction to the face of the farmer. v, Odd Fellows Memorial Services. The local lodge of Odd Fellows held memorial services for their departed brothert on last Sunday afternoon. Rev. Hudson preached the memorial sermon at the Pretbyterian church, after which the lodge members, about fifty In number, marched to the cemetery and placed flowers on the graves of their departed brethren. After a short address by R. II. Tomlinson and prayer by Rev. Palraeter, their cere monies were concluded. Mrs. Emma Daniels told to W.' 11 Fiown Z9 hozi tint avenged Showers !) psumlj at !e 'enti pir f.jund 1 The Central Record. Lancaster, RED CROSS NURSE Ky Thursday June 19, 1919 SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF Oil lift IS COMING HERE Public Health Nursing and Home Hygiene Instruction Part of Peace Time Program. I LON TIN6 you new!. Tk rien r th Tor 200 mr OOLn MRHAT Haarlem ,n or four every rtiy. TU hpannif fnaMM unf. i.n hu nity tn live of kuiuvy, withntancl att.tck rvu ai.l tir.vc-- iut the y iT)m. i bladder ai.l tom icli troui". w I. it. nclth Till a IV follow uh dlfeaes cotmeelM up tli .ri iai ;d h i your normal vi-- -r been re or pan and to bulM and remote for n hralth ore a us weakened by 'nrl pconUnue tr.Mtn litHon ani whiM jmirself i.. C'" These mort Important oncan ."' ' tt r t it n nf th (llAi, watched, because U.ey filter and pur the bloodi unlets ttey Oo ll.clr wot t f ' it wait until V'iii a- - IrrapsMa ef nOM MK'IAI tnr r'r,r. tnl mitodny. you are doomed Vnur drmr- n on UiiuU Vcarlnert, rervoiuif ir.-- t .v.ll h. refund our mone despondency, backm h stin . irt i; 'nt ire tiot fu.tHn.l with results, uer ble, pains In the loins art n ie p ire i net the orlnlnal lin-i- rt domen, icnvel. dime Itv v '.mi t HAl srd aceept no sub i ri jr,t td u insr, rheumiiim, n' .c .i t ma. In three at an. SealM pick all warn you of tr mi'.m w.W y, r At all drug- stores. OOt.t MEDAL Haarlem nl tap a f t wt jleepne, SPEAKS AT CHAUTAUQUA. j j ; 'Nurae the Mett Needed Woman In the World," Saye Mlu Jane A. Delano, Director of the Department of Nurtlng of the American Red Croe. To place the public health on a higher plane than It has ever been Is the object of a natlonnl program undertaken by the American lied Cross as part of Its peace time plan. 1'rom coast to const and frcm lakes to gulf Hie lied Cross Is (.prradlng the gospel of good health and of the proper enrr of the sick by fostering the study and practice of huming, both by orgunlred public health nctlvltles and by members of the family In ecry home. Through the Cliaiitnuitin an otllclal representative of the lied Cross of Nursing will soon tell the people of this community the story of what Is being done und will ask their 7 os?? Banking by Mail Lot tho Covernmcnt bo our ro between by uslnc tho Mailman Investment la guaranteed 'by Wrlto today for Information. The "Cltliena" la tho largeat Dank In Indiana eiclualvo of Indlanapolia, and managed, la aafely and conservatively besides being under 0. 3. Covernment supervision. Our 4 fmw wSBmmmh BBBBBBBBBBBBBV ' aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBafl fMSMf Miraanr ,' u. BBBBBBBBBBt' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbH One of the groat lessons of the world MISS STELLA FULLER. m INOIANA CVANSVILIC war Is found In the unnecessarily low I Miss Stella Fuller, an American Ited M11llif Dollar Roure standards of plijsicnl health revealed. Cross Nurse, who hns Just returned HALF A CLNTUMT II rJUSINCHe" 'HIAHLV This us brought out most forcibly In from nclive duty In France, will speak And only the great number of rejections of on the last day of tbe Iledpath Chauyoung men culled to the colors under tauqua regarding her overseas expetho Selective Service Law. Kecords' rience. JIIss Fuller, whoso home Is in the United tlrcen Hay, Wisconsin, went oversells show that throughout of the young men ex- In May, Wis, States one-thirnd served with the amined for military service were dis- American lied Cross Hospital No. S, qualified from beurlng nrms for their located on the Race Track of the IV.Ix wintry through minor physical de- do Iloulogne, Just outside Paris. She fects, n large proportion of which was mm then'sent north to Creve Coeur le might have been avoided by compul- I Ornnd to euro for American soldiers n or il you are aifferinfr T F your ryitcm hat become sory schoof examination and proper fighting l, 1 with "Spring Fever" vou need Acid Iroa Mineral to build with tho French. At this medical and nursing care where tho daughter of Clemen- -' rich, red blood. Urgent Need of Nurses. ceau was tha chief nurse. Miss Fuller Phyiiciani preicnoe Acid Iron Mineral became it ii natural liquid iron, and will rot injure the teeth or cause ill effect . Itii Further proof of the general urgent nnd her aide wero tho first women to the most powerful iron tonic known and cornea to you juit a it need of women trained In nursing was I do night nursing, ns tbe French usn is prepared by nature in the wonderful depotits o Mississippi. supplied by the epidemics of Spanish I only orderlies and pollus to care for Do not confuse A. I. M. with chemically prepared tablets. Influenza thnt have caused terrific their soldiers during tho night. Hero All Ask fcr Acid Iron Mineral and do not accept a substitute. loss of life and suffering throughout this hospital was bombed many times drug stores cr sent direct by the country. Hundreds of thousands during tho summer by Oermnn aviaFERRODINE CHEMICAL CORP., ROANOKE, VIRGINIA of persons died, and In many commu tors, nnd ono of Miss Fuller's duties For Sale by all Druggists. nities the plague spread without any was nursing n wounded Hun aviator, adequate means of checking It because who was "so frightened during the Ky., Wholesale Distributors. of the Impossibility of obtaining wom- ) bombing party that be wouldn't stay In V 1,1 Cumberland Grocery Co., Junction City, en capable of caring for the victims, lteports show that many persons actually died without attention because Poesy's Appeal. 107 Uncle Eben. The Church-Goers- . the overworked doctors could not Never did poesy appear so full of reach them 'all, nurses could not be "A real loafer," raid TJncle Khen. If sum., men were to ntiote the well- to me ns when. I saw liov It found who knew what to do, and known palm they would have to ay. "aln" fatlsfled to cct along without heaven work. He wants luy folks to quit pierced through pride and fear to the neighbors feared to go near the help-le-ts "I was glad to make excuses wnen Optimistic Theunht. lives of the coarscet men. Lowell. Hard Task. delr Jobs to nilmlro him." patients. thev -- aid to us, Met us go Into the To enlighten his subjects Is tho true The 'they' re As n general thing. 11 '''''H ought not The uselessness and danger of such houe of tbe Lord."' Washington's Advisers. a waste of "human power" Is only too ferring probably to the women of the to marry u woman to reform lier un province of u ruler. World's Largest Building. neglect hl reg neighbors. b s he Is prepared When Washington fnrinnl his cab- apparent, for the health and strength house, or the church-goinThe Vatican palaro at Ttnmp l tho Tides of the Ocean. illnr business. P.illas News. lariost building In the nnrld. covering inet It hnd but four members, the In-- of a nation can only be measured by n(lmnge.-Incoming nnd the outgoing of acres, but with Its niMltlims iid1 lir department beln? unknown, the- the health and strength of Its people. v Readers. lies Is ennsed by the grnvlta-- 1 Sympathetic Drothers. .rzements It was several centuries ivnr anil navy departments being un-V- Recognizing the fact that the crat of Infill' nee of the moon, one head, nnd the postmaster gen-n- il the whole sttuatioa lies In giving every The extensive build-In .llldlng. The The boys of the neighborhood were are four sorts of readers; up i. There renders, being subordinate to the treas-t- r community the means of building so to speak, draws or lifts tho In the world rnn'tructed at one reading runs titlrlpntlna the time when they rotild nr gins post-'- i Its own nursing strength, the Amerir from the dipihs on the same . Nevertheless of thee four tntlon In lime Is the Pennsylvania nothing; swnge .o i:cretl, noticing Ids litwith :i and out nml lencs V- r York city, whlrti occupies eight ;! that a pump lifts wntvr. 'is. he gave two to Virginians, ?ec-- " can Red Cross, In ders, who Imbibe nil but only to tle sister standing Inside the yard, the various Chautauquas, Is sending r.v of State Jefferson and Attorney s with 11 pump, the water rilhe through tho ground and has esterlnr walls n. res f unubliig them wistfully vi" It nut ngaln ns they got It, nnd a mile. The " i'Tal Itandolpli; one to N'e.v Vnrk, broadcast the message that none can " rbaps not so clear; Jelly-batill the 'pace left ; so the sbal-ite- r listening to their plans it.(aurlns about one-hareaders. fence, and Ignore. V .: niler Hamilton, and one to Mass- - afford to nenr shore rushes out to till rni'Mol at Washington covers 153,112 '1.1 keep the dregs hnd refuse, and ' without Joining the conversation, r Public Health Nursing. Phases of Henry Knox. .tra space iaued liy rllng of et tho pure run through; diamond tnarkid In an aside to his companKlinre fert, or nearly four acres. many enders, who cast aside nil that Is J ions; "Oo, It mul be touch to be Public health nursing Includes ntcr, nti the principle that water phases, such as bedside nursing. In mirthless nnd hold only gems. - Its own lew I. only n girl." which the nurse visits the patients and gives theia hourly care as accessary; school nursing; rare of expect-un- t mothers, babies and small chil....,., etf..tMftiiTtistiiit'jj-i!rtituiiii!.:ui::i:ii!v.i dren; work in factories and Industrial centers; rural nursing, and Instruction In Ited Cross courses, home hygiene, home dietetics, care of tbe sick, and various other forms et community service. To all American women the Ited Cross sends this message: "If you sre Interested In nursing as a profession, enter one nf the train-lu- g schools for nurses, many of which . He SPRINGFIELD offer scholarships, and specialize In public kealtli work. If you are already a graduate nurse and anxious to enter this field, the Ited Cross has scholarships and loan funds which will equip you for this work. Wives We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds and mothers are urged to take the Red Cross Course of Instruction In Home, of Hygiene ami Care of the Sick so that they will be able to maintain to the highest degree the health and to nurse members of their household In time of minor Illnesses." Throughout the length and breadth of the land tho American Ited Cross, spreading the gospel of good health, Is On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can sounding a call to American women to adopt the study of nursing, either to furnish you with n new battery or repair your old Join a profession which Is dally beone. coming more highly valned or to tit We have installed battery charger themselves or nursing In the home. The Red Cross lecturer soon to apand are now read for battery charging. pear here will help her hearers visualWith our Aceytelene nnd Oxygen Welding Maise the remurkablo history of nursing 2; chine we can weld 'most any broken part of an autoservice at home and abroad and will mobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any 's expound the Ideals of health conservation so often neglected In many comJime you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any Supplementing the sentimunities. other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad mental side of nursing, tbe mother to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs touch, the lecturer will give a demontoo large or too small. More than 0852 miles in 168 hours of continuous, run-nin- g, stration of efficiency In the sick room. We also carry a largo stock of auto parts for at an average spceucf 25 miles an hour, without a Uodern methods of sanitation and sclt Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New stop of the motor or variation in the fixed schedule. ientitle handling of the Individual sick -.i Crown Gnsoline which gives more mileage than any and of epidemics will also be outlined That is what two stock Model 90 cars did in 7 days to her audience. other gasoline on the Market. and 7 nights non-sto- p run between IJoston anil Springfield Citizens National Bank. PHaBBMBbB m Satisfaction for the sweet tooth. Aid to appetite and digestion benefit and enjoyment in LASTING form. 5 cents a package. iprnu! lever taAe?If1fl Shi fa b." Flavor Lasts ii mi r mt STOP! LISTEN! REPAIRING LOOKS ls AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE Still Another Endurance Record k 'k guaranteed. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction NURSES FOLLOWED THE ARMY. recently. A. Delano, Director of the Department "For four years," declares Miss Jane Patrick 1?. & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. of Nursing of the American Red Cross, "wherever the armies of Europe and America have gone the Red Cross curses followed. Now that pence has come, she Is still the most needed woman In the world, for It Is her privilege to lead In a great nation-wid- e crusade against the Ignorance and neglect which allows epidemics and din-eato drain the vitality and ths lift of ear citizen a," "Every stock Model 90 is capalje of the same high degree of performance. Let us show you an exact duplicate of these record makers. t LANCASTER AUTO SALES COMPANY; Phone 332. OvsiUut LANCASTER. KY. Mil rMt H I'mmsku 'I urns ti, HS I. a. U T.4. Jo 1 t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 19 1919 Uncle Sam Paying: Debts. Sunday, June 1G, $.16,C5H,377 was rnld to the patriotic American! who Invented their money In Liberty Ilonds on the first call. That was early In the struggle for the preservation of civilization and 4,500,000 citizens bought First Lilicrty Homls. The money you drew Sunday from that investment enn be profitably re invested in War Savings Stamp. Labor Endorses War Savings. Three Hundred delegntes to the Central Trades and Labor Union of St. I.ouis, at the regular meeting, June 8th, unanimously voted to endorse the 1019 Thrift campaign and pledged their coopera Hon with the ar Savings Organization in promoting the War Savings and Thrift Campaign plans. Th adopted a resolution to this cllcct and will send copies of the resolution to every labor organization in St. I.ouis. IIPUDHMLE A Soul Stirring Picturiza-tio- n of the Most Tremendous Story ever written Annll Stnr Cnft villi Mntt I!ter Moore Mnry Allien Edwin Stceiis Wallace V.'csley Bnrry Kobliy Coddolly Minds Of Great Men Urge Thrift. h:oi:(.:k Washington-- - Econ- Next Time Buy Fisk TIRES a quality look that FABRIC Non-Ski- d emy makes happy homes and sound Instil it deep. nations. AllItAIIAM LINCOLN Teach economy. That is one of the first and highest virtues. It begins with raving money. THOMAS JKKKKHSON S a v e, a- - ' '.each all you arc interested In to save; thus pave the way for moral an I material success. THKODOItK KOOSKVELT: Ex of Long Mileage and Low Cost you can't mistake. TUBE Fits ail maker of casings Price of 33 x 4 CORD Non-Ski- d travagance rots character; train Casing Eclipses all other Motion Pictures! Has rocked the Fi'm industry to its Foundations. The Sensation of all Screen Classics. youth away from it. On the other hand, the habit of saving money, unit; it stiffens the will, also brightens the energies. If you would b2 sure that ou are beginning right, be gin to save. ANI)I!KA Casing $31.95 $48.05 $4.80 ' Prices reduced proportionately on all sizes. money and thrive, or pay the price in pj' erty and despair. BENJAMIN KHANKLIN Save, young man, and become respectable and resrected. If you woull he wealthy, think of saving as well as HASELDEN BEOS. ROMANS OPERA HOUSE COURT DAY getting. ritOVKItllS. 19 0: He also that is slothful is brother to him that ir. a gnat vaster. SENECA : Frugality when all is spent comes too late. POOR RIDGE. FISK TIBES the other guests were Mrs. Sim Kay Mrs. Aaron Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hurt and Mrs. Herman Kay ind Monday, June 23rd MATINEE AND NIGHT, ORCHESTRA. Household Suggestion. I.o now nmnn Anci'l j ',. wrn haw In'i-- tans' t to nnd thnt !, keep hnilk 'n t!w umy. i mil ke-- p liwiw tn-- tl Co nti ml i nr t! flnl'rljvnnirn frcn to reform Thl. Will i'i" women tt. .'r msr-- ', then, i.i to iflnr cie-up to to illmifr w'rt. ml flr"- -' n. 'i: food flnil out 'ii"'i. r there o foul t'.cn? In tin1 A daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr?. Milt Estcs. 'l lirn Set np the Earth Rotate. If n lone prmlnlimi it swlnclng wllti lt t"''it of nirTlin froi to turn, tin- - plane of wlnc will rriniln g onrth 'kens find V" Mil' tin- nrimr.il under It. TM l tin- - fl'iet ill n!iii'rntli.ii of tie inrtli' mtntlnn. ntiil recently at Wellington. New n pendulum nnlr ten fiet Iring bouril tlii rotation with 10 sees, after tlii swing begun. .Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ilurdette and When George P. Adams, one of the children spent Sunday with Mr. and oira'iizcrs for Missouri :n the War Mrs. Edd Clark. Savings Organization went ta Mob-- 1 Miss Christine and I'alpii ITeston erlcy to organize War Savings Sowere visitors in Madion Saturday cieties he was lisjo.itt'g'jj when be ' night and Sunday, Mjught to creat.i a soeleiy in r.e of Mrs. Len Cobb and Miss Mattie I). the big shoe factories, t nrk had Cobb spent Sunday and Sunday night not betr. steady, and the iii'i cost of' living were given. But I excuses with Mrs. Silas Matthews. Adams did not give up. He made a J Messrs John and Lewis Simpson talk, the society was organized, and) spent Saturday and Sunday with their a janitor ho was an interested specsister, Mrs. Speed Sherrow. tator bought $400 worth of War SavMr. and Mrs. Everctte Duncan and ings Stamps on the spot. children spent Saturday and Sunday Opt'mlstic Thought. with Mr. and Mis. Edgnr Duncan. Suavity will rjilloct more bills than Send your produce to the Mercer n iliizeti lawsuits. Produce Company, and J. A. Uratton the manager, will give you the highest market price. A Provident Janitor. ' we nave'oeen in me ing business for 20 Min- years. Profit by our experience and buy 1 White Swan Flour Latest Swing Sifter Bolting System. to STARTED Mr. ami Mrs. Bill Whittakcr and Laverne, and Mr. and Mrs. U. G. I'reston and Miss Carrie spent Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Duncan. Chief Justice Carroll's Proposed .Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hay and Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Matthew and Arlcigh, Mrs. . Amendment An Increase In II. II. I'reston and children spent SunRevenue and No Increase In day with Mr, nnd Mrs. Lewis Simpson Taxes and family. OIL S THE TAX LAWS Lancaster Fiour Mills S. G.'Vaughan, Proprietor. r.arfl'.'. r k3 ,rA.w I Mr. JUDSON. Robert Simpson is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lane spen' Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. John Cla'k Mrs. L. L. .Matthews spent Saturday wlJi her sister, Mrs. W. M, Simp son. Edglngton Mr. and Mrs. George are rejoicing over (he arrival of a tine boy. Mrs. Felix Lane and tier father left Friday for Cincinnati, to visit Mr. ami Mrs. Homer Stone. Highest prices paid for nil kinds of country produce by J. A. Uratton, manager, of the Mercer Produce Co. Mr and Mrs. George Naylor and Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson spent Sunday with Mr nnj Mrs. John Clark. Misses Ethel and Geneva and June Lane spent ,the week end with their grand-parenMr. and Mrs. James Hester. rrivate Lee Simpson and Will Adams havo returned from oversea! dis- and received their- - honornble chaigcs and are at home. . Mrs. Nannie Ray and daughter, Vcrgelia Kay, Mrs. William Black spent Saturday with Mr, and Mn. Harrison Kay, who entertained in honor of her 60 birthday. A mom; it Electric Western & LIGHT oi lis exclusive features make trouble-proPOWER d THIS type of Western Electric and .Licht is practically automatic in its operation a child can operate it Dependable electric service night and day(or, your (arm. SeeJhpUntjnjperatioa, BASTIN BROTHERS Chief Justice John 1). Carroll's plan of taxatlou Is to exempt lunds and ton u lots from all state taxes. Counties will not bo required to assume any obllsatlnn now taken euro of by UIiu state will have us the state. much 01 more money as It now bus nnd will uso It for the same purpose that It Is now used. will bu taken oft of real estate and $1,500,000 will be collected annually by the state in the plate of it from other sources, as follows: 1. corpora Frunchlxe tions, banks unit trust couip.tutcs, will y ul taxes except for graded schoola I'll nut municipalities to tho state, but the total taxes paid on this property hall be not more than Is now paid, ltie additional revenue from this source will be not less than $:!.Ot)0,O0O. All Intangible, personal property Mil be assessed. Not less than $1,000,-WH- J additional will be collected fiom Ibis source. 8. The stato will save more than 1300,000 wlilrh Is now paid for assessing and collecting tuxes on real estate. 1. An adequate system for collect ing Inheritance taxes will enable the state to collect not less than $X),000 additional. ft. lly a revision of the license tax laws, more than $'i00,000 additional ran be collected. C Elimination of useless expenses for salaries aud other purposes will uve the state not less than fMlO.OOO, , NEW CAR LOAD WIRE Our last car load of m .FENCE, are beauties. We are making special prices for the next thirty days. buy. See our OIL STOVES, the best that money can Our REFRIGERATORS are the best to be had. Buy one of our STEEL OR CAST RANGES. We guarantee to save you money on all the ibove. (Advertisement.) W. J. ROMANS The Central HcCuici. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, June 19 1919. ST. BOURNE. Mils Addle Mac Marsce spent Sunday with Miss Lucille HulTir.an. 1ST DIG LEAGUERS Mr. J. T. Spenl.e sold to Mr. Henry Ruble 17 fill hegs at 18 cent per lb. ilin I.illiv Mae N'nylor was the Mf. TO S: Kucit of Mrs. Thcinti Montgomery. Sunday. Mr. Hamilton Montgomery wns the em: vis.tcr of Mr. Cecil Witlker AMERICAN LCACUE TEAM PAUSES week of Poor Kidtie. IN PENNANT FLIGHT TO PRACTICE THRIFT. Mr. nml fir s. Steve Wiilkcr were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. V. W. .'lontifoniery, Friday. GEORGE SISLER PRESIDENT Mr. .Uinies Hnrduick who has teen In n In Lexington las return home. He' still remains ed to Manager Jimmy Durke Dickl Govern- vciy ill. ' ment and Ajreea to Buy $1,000 Send your produce to the Mercer ' V. S. S. In 1319. Prsduce Co, and J. A. Hrnttcn, the mmiarer will g,u you the u,ighct mnrhet 'i rice. Brown', who are now ' Mr. J. T. Spenkc nnd daughters hustllni? In the race for the American League p n 'ant, have org.niied a War Mlsres Albertn nnd Evarcc were the Savings Society nnd thc ore the first guests Sundny of Miss Kntc Holtz- algregatlnn of ball tosfers In the ,aw lu.nr (lllbcrts Creek. t'nllod States to effect such an or- - J.J.Byrne Exclusive Qptimetri t. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilflier Hotel Off .. ENTER S. BIG AUCTION limits S to 12 anil 1 to 5 p.m M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office ever The Garrard Dank Office S. Residence 37G riii.nr KENTUCKY, LANCASTER, ..,. UT High IN 1 School J. ft. Beaziey hUNERiU. OIUCCrOK 0:11 CAIi 1 LUS VILLE. (li'ome SMer, ho, when he entered ' i)i, league a few years ago, wa-- i Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Ilreen and lit raided ns the legitimate successor I bene Kojiilence I'tioue 3. Ott-c- e to Ty Cobb, and who Is now battling children visited Mr. Jclf Davis mid with that athlete for the honors, Is family last Sunday. l.N'CSTKU. KY. the president of the new society. Miss Susie Green nnd sister, Hat- Jimmy Austin, than whom there Is 11., visited tl.cir nunt Mrs. J. L. no better third baseman In any league, tie M. nnd who Is a popular favorite with tiie Coldiron last Thursday evening. fans and players, was unanimously Mr. nnd Mrs. K. L. Pennington and electtd secretary and treasurer. children visited her parents, Mr. nnd Manager Jimmy Durke, who is elat Mrs. C. S. Koop lit the week end, ed over the tram's r bowing In the pen-- , ' Mr. and and t Lick. Kentink v mint race, was one of the first mem- - baby visitedMrs. Thomas Dallartl and her parents Mr. bcrs of the aggregation to aUx his Mrs. Henry Tnnkcrsley last week. name to a pledse card and he said he was going to bethe owner of a 11,000 I Mrs. Martini Dovell nnd Miss S Imnd before the first of January rolled vania Wyiie were the pleasant guests aruund. VETERINARIAN. George Sl.'ler pledged himself to of Mrs. Susie Henfro last Sundny. Mr. Charlie Anglin who has been Promptlr Day or luy tlOO each month and each mem-- ' Calls Answered ' er of the team sinned tl.c pli dge card in the liobinson Hospital for treatNight. Phone 317. rnd Is enthusiastic over the plan to ment, is very much improved nnd is KENTUCKY. help the governmen' In Its efforts to back nt home. LANCASTER. Inculcate the habits of thrift among Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Todd and chilthe people Slsler Is a student of fl. nance as well as being one of the dren of Ilereu, were the p'.iasant fastest and cleverest ball tosscrs that guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Allen ever donned the spangles and ht-- had last Sunday. made a study of the thrift plan even ' Send your produce to the Merci Fine Cut Flowers. hsfore it was to planned organize the Produce Co., nnd J. A. llnitton, the Urowns. ir.nnacer, will talk to lie John M. McRoberts. tosscrs made a explained histhefellow ball-- ' market price, give you the highest methods and ... sav- and the advantages of systematic In. He told how the War Savings B. Stamn bnrr Interest At the rste of NEGLECT A per cent, compounded quarterly, ud ' how. If It was absolutely necessary. fh .I.mm U..mn.l n., nnl. RHEUMATIC STANFORD, KENTUCKY. without any loss to the Investor, bat that each stamp would Increase In GIVE ME A TRIAL. value one cent each month and that Go after It with Sloan's they could be redeemed simply on Satisfaction Guaranteed. giving ten days' notice. Liniment before It get ' V Over National Hank, th 40 Choice Lots Opposite THAT GOOD TOWN J. PATRICK,,' Dentist. Dr. Printus Walker PAINT LICK, KY. JuhE RAIN or SHINE This Sale will last but 50 10: Honaker A. 1YL, minutes so be on hand promptly at hour J. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. DOlTT PAIN (UUSIC Fjy EXCEbbENT 13AND FREE Valuable Presents and Souveniors TERMS VERY EASY! OWN YOUR OWN HOME! a. GROUND SOME- dangerous W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANOvSI'KK, OlhV HOW ROBINSON CRUSOE 8AVED. Apply a Hut, don't rmi, let tt prae-tnl- t, twinge! Same for and good-t- y external aches, pains, trains, tifforat of joints or muscles, Umcneaa, bruises. Instant relief wit hoot anaaincta or oiled clothing. Reliable the bigrat eUing liniment year after year. Economical by reason of enormous sales. Keep a big bottle ready at all times. Aak your druggist for Sloan's LininxnL Simply as an inducement to secure 11 lance attendance nnd to create Fome fun and amusement, minjrlini: pleasure with business, Valuable Souvenirs and Presents will be Riven away FRKE, and whether a buyer or merely a spectator, your chance at the presents is the name, if you are on hand pronipt'lv at 10: a in. These lots will be soltl right on the ground so you can see what vou nro buying, and RKMEMBKR, there will be no at thus sale. We hue been in business 10 years, and we hae sold land from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and never yet have we placed a in any crowd. In the past vou have bought land at the owner's price: at this sale, you make the price, let "the owner make or lose. The opportunity of a lifetime for a safe and conservative investment and AT YOUR OWN PRICE. er De Foe's - - KENTUCKY. 7:3'Mp.m. Horo, Beloved of All Boys, Learned Thrift on a Lonely Island and Is an Example. Robinson Crusoe, In the story, found a few grains of seed that had escaped ruin In the wreck. He hankered for a sup of porridge, hut he put off the Indulgence and BOOKKEEPING ylanted the seed. Bmlnes4,Phoao(jriphy 7f At the year's end he had enough to TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY make a handful of cakes that he craved. l)ut he put off the Indulgence and planted again. It PrMl.lent bs rtra of tiptrlsnc la mrrkntl1 u buiBM, ua MnKioc t.l worn! lira mnrrtK.xi SafEalcr Hi. At the second year's end he hail oriuni for To Bin enough to enjoy and still a plenty tor Wtm IHJTU.UilN(lt,Hr LUfwWILBVB seed. Once he got ahead of his needs, there was no limit to what he could raise. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Every man who has his way to STRAWBERRY PLANTS, make, is living on a Crusoe's Island-HCLIMBING VINES, can eat his seed In one mouthful or save It and have all he wants. SEED POTATOES, Once he gets ahead of his needs, the RASPBERRIES, returns come faster and faster. WaitGRAPE VINES, ing for harvest Is tedious. But It Hours a.m. -1 over Stormes Drug Store. p m. "YOUNG MAN, OWN A SPOT O F WHERE!" Carnegie. MARKSBUKY The Lndics WorkinR Society will meet ut the church next Thursday nt 2 o'clock. Highest prices paid for produce by J. A. liratton, Maunder of the Mercer I'roducc Company. Miss Stella Doty cave u Primary piuno recital one evening Inst week, assisted by Misses May Uelle Sutton, anil Delia May Turner. Mrs. Nice llerrini;, Miss Lee Herring, Mr. nnd Mrs. Muck Moore of Lexington attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Funny Pollard. Mrs. 1'iinny Pollard, one of the niGit estimable women In our neighborhood una railed to her lout: home on lust Tuesday morning ut 3 o'clock, after n lingering illness of several memtha. During this period of suffering she v.ur never known to mur- ir.ur or cor'pluin. Hers was n beauti ful life nnd one worthy of Imitation. Mrs. Pollard made n profession of religion und Joined the Fork church of which she wns one of its foremost members In every good work. She wns not only loyal to her church and pastor, hut she supported every good cause for the betterment of the community und country. She lived u quiet unpretentious life In dotng good for others, her life went out Just so quietly, without u struggle, almost like u child falling to sleep in its fathers arms. She leuves 7 children, Mrs. Ella Cecil, Mrs. Ed Uourne, Mrs. Kdmoml Sutton,, Mrs. Price llourne, Miss Eugenia Pollard nnd Messrs T. The bereaved und Mason Pollard. family have the sympathy of the community, especially Miss Eugenia Pollard who has been a constant companion of her mother. She was buried in the Lancaster cemetery after short services at the grave by I'.ev, J. W. Mshan and Rev. C. D. Strjthcr of NOTICE No one will disagree with us when we say that Real Estate is the Root of Riches, the basis of all wealth, ami is positively bound to increase In value; millions of people being born every day, but no more real estate being made; will you place your money in automobiles, pianos, and wild cat stocks, or will you place it in the bosom of Old Mother Earth, ami create a competence for your old age? Or if you are already beginning to travel down the shady side of the span of life, look back and think, if you had only followed the rule of putting all your savings in dirt? Do not say, "I'm too old ;" many a fortune has been made in real estate after a man is seventy. PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. pars. THE FIRST THOUSAND DOLLARS. With That Amount Saved For a : est Egj Nothing Is Impossible For a Young Man. When a man gets (1,000 saved Jp there are always opportunities for a good Investment. It Is hard to place much less than that. That Is why are keif made advlso wealthy men who young men to begin early and save the first thousand. Until we went to war. In order to get $1,000 together one had to go to the bank and put away a little each month or (ach week, or tuck part of his salary away in an old sock. It was troublesome to go to the bank and the sock was too handy. Now, linwcver, thcro Is an easy way to get that first thousand. The answer Is War Savings Stamps. In them the government of the United States backing those stamps with a guarantee of 4 per cent Interest, compounded quarterly, opens the way. One can begin with "two bits." WAR BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO IS: THAT: This property is being subdivided into lots anil tracts nnd will be sold so you can get nny size you want. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE Illustrated Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. THAT: A moderate building restriction will be placed on these lots for the protecWe are going to make this a high tion of the property and the purchasers. class THAT: This is the highest, healthiest and most beautiful location around Paint Lick. aiilliii mm THAT: Those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own these lots, three vear.i from now will be crying that old song "If I had only bought a lot at Paint Lick see what it would be worth today." fitt Hazelwood Sanatorium for Tuberculosis Maintained by the Louisville WATCH THESE LOTS INCREASE IN VALUE. But will you stand and watch the other fellow reap all the benefit? Get floor and reap some of the harvest that is sure to come to the wise investor. MEET US AT THE GRAND AUCTION SALES, SATURDAY. JUNE "8th AT 10:00 A. M, Ladies Always Welcome At thii Sale Specially Invited. in on the ground thi Treatment of 8AVINOS OF THE COUNTRY. Association for the adequate treatment of tuberculosis In all Its stages at . than Kates $15.0J per week, In. eluding board, medical attention, ait laundry, etc. High ground Delightful surroundings. Special rates for ll.t tittmat It Btctuirr. Americans In 1918 Invested In Thrift and War Savings Stamps, according to Use report Issued by the savings division. Treasury The total represents a per capita Investment of ft.14, according to the latest census figures. BENJ. FRANKLIN MIGHT SAID THIS. HAVE vhfiml SOMlblff. Irn-- i ' Sara the Pennies for Thrift Stamp. LEXINGTON, KY. The United Realty 60 O. T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr. The Dollars will take care of W. S. 8. Lancaster. W. 8. 8. will take care of too. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 19, 1919. f .ChHfamet II m rMi , t t1 i.mnle i.: mt, s r (t vion.1 or f""ii no cm fi 11 !. ii.m J in lv UjutH.il )l,r, l..n, ffl mmm WW Hr.lu o ii vl (GAINING PROCESS I ri ,1, ! L iti, I HIS RIVAL Dy JACK LAWTON. itl an ii rWt. it I ft jc hero mi ii vTi I'litictila atiM' In their inn I'll, tin' 'II. inn) hum hiHir iinrtlm l.ir'J li t" In tin- - flirt Hie innntle nf the tillier hiI fiillin utni liU ann'a alioul u Iiil'i' l" it MtllnriJ I. - ' l' i' nf h i :l In' (lilnjivl jir fi uic mu(.1 I i L m iip im ratn can. ' Kjrn ttn- u at n . THE It STOFIE IN YOUH LOOA . I wrm f ij h, tei . rrm I, Chnivi IM tv q . p Mil Irttlir.f, "' ' t ft t , .4 a . la TMt OM.O VIBMIM COMPANl CLtVlAND, O 1 McKOUEUTS DRUG STORL tini'tnr Mlllanl hail Inns heeti a the tmtniM'i, lint nh.itev r I. I i linrtnr Mllliit'l's frl.ii.l- - Ii.nl ' li i Mimilng tln lr frl. with hla t. the ln.io will liHlti'nil hy H.trtnr ' Il..rr;-alnnfne4 aa he tnnk tip the 'irk nhlili hla fathir "n fnretil tn I i i' In it hi !ny ahle. I I CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus S100.000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON II. P Hudson, V "ROLL OF HONOR.'' V. Pres. President, J. J. Walker. P, Clinmp. Cashier, W. O, lligncy, Asst. Cachler. Joe J. Wnlkcr, Astt. Cnthier, Mra. N, C Hamilton, Clerk. tavnal On rt'ch l I nttne.t mil hetirr thin thi r.aggt".:e of virtue. I" i" n the I.hi: Hi. Is In tl Mil. i nne). be spur. 'I Mir left hiVti.l. rami' 1,'it II l'i ler. ihe in r Ii . nr.,' ili t, .Mi iir il'itur! care nf 'I "Mimi'tliiM r-- I Hi pi rlcl. there eih i ntnn of tin r'iil ii.e. iirept It tn In the dla-- I triuutlvti; the rest l I tiUHi'lt. Ha- - r' ' ' "I' if nhn tin1 liiliniiir finilt?" U'i'll, tnncnrlni tnlirrlNi'tni'iit pr,., t'l.'ri' nn tmini' ililne nllh liii'lmml tifirr lia'l nntf li'iitr In Hut tlnjr an- - run'. Kmii7i I'lty Ii ' Don't Mfft Thm Often. 'tr. Art for Art'a nf tin- ! cm. Sympsthy. Sympathy cull nple our lll with i crowd. The im the ncenn lone hi bight I not alone when he relimitlngs whlih members the rurinnl r nrNIng tift to hi men nt heme fur his safely; t!n traveler l 11M nb.ne litc!i "III greet hlri n lull tin- - fmifi on his arrtinl win In beam iilam lilin as ho trudges mi. I If vollinrj rtudent It not alnne wl, i In' feels I lint human lll r'i'iml tn tlif initlii al.lcli In- - It pn inrttit: to uiiUroa U F, H". ItolvrtKoti. UuBk Tin- "unuM muii kiijt mIHi n uiililliic mi iIih f runt imCH nf Sak. th'n: nrlhllr. tin- - ii'm'mniint lipliKi-illi' clrl i tnncn-- (if and tlir fellnu in (lie ivll.ir Culte n'a-t- . Auntie' Aunt Nnnrir INIi'iinl with Imrnir tl tin- - InlicuakH nf ii fat nlil O'l.tli'inr.ii Mini tinil I'ti-fun'! tn I'llmli tx fllcliM nf atulra tn liH nlt.iv the I'levntnr waan't nimilni;. Tin hr aahl, ncclj "Tin re l tin r:im-'nf whit wi- - inn) i'iiTt fmoi a laun aim haa hail tin hrlnKln' uii." 3 TOBACCO STICKS ft $11. per Thousand Tobncco sticl;s nru awfully senrec this year, antl those who wait, are Koinjr to find it next to impossible to secure them at all. If you expect to need them, you had better net YOURS NOW. This is the only ear we have bought, and wej will probably be unable to secure another, one like it.;j A. H. BAST1IN & CO.! A SAFE INVESTMENT TO YIELD 6.60'. ' Fir GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION 6 Vitihi CUMULATIVE DEBENTURE STOCK CilUli it St IS pir Shirt awl AccniU Dividend it Shins. J100 iiviii:nis iiAini:iti.v nninrAitv, may, At'iii'sr and .ovi:.Min:it The (irluclpul lrtxluc In nf tin' Ci lli uil Mntnia Cori'.Ta t lull aro: AUTOMOBILES faillllac. ItnU U. Chi'irnlet, (Mklnml, Olilaninhllf, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS 1. II. Ii, Cliev. rultt, OM.tnoMli', SnniMHi, Ennilngi after Ibjph fur tin' 1'iint tin- - i'ra liaie earh year alt llmea ilhlilfnil nnulri'im'tilH nn I'titlro amuuiit f IVheu-tun- , iiinl l'ri'fi'rreil Slink uiilaluiiilliii;. Onlcrt muy hu tt'li iilmiuil nnr vxpt'iiso, Hieclul rlrculur on riHiii't. PRICE $90 PER SHARE Jamts C. Willson ft Company 210 S. Fifth StrMt LOUISVILLE. KY. The tnwti'a nne tnllllnnntre, a crttP fiirtnry nwtier. hail anrnitnhiil tn hl n imtnth'ii fur akllt. J.ilin Storm neeil-ia ilnctnr atnl he ralleil Harry MM Inrili tint It naa a raae nf atiwl inii-- t lug In nn line nf trentneiit .'nil iu.i Kirinn anil iniiii-n- i Unite. D.Ttnr Mlll inl knnnlns that tn up- rate untilil he the nnly aure way, il eliliiHy iirilereil an ncrutlnti which John Stnrtn na ili'terinlneilly refnei Th- - atnhltlnn nf Iinctnr Mlllanl wni lltiillle.H, mill he)earneil fur tnnre limn an lnlirrlti-- l name In hl irnfi"loti. Th nl.l ilnrtnr liail tmt heeti kinmn ri n aiirrenn, ami while llnrrj'a Ire.inia hil him iUtnrlnul): nnnnnl, a farmer halhil him. "Ilmr tin, line." he ralliil. "enln' tn hale l.ili In the illlace I hear." "lleljiV Harry nuerliil. ' The man ti.ld.-.l- . '!.. n't mean In nay )nu ain't hei re 1 nf the new ilm-tnthit'a tiilceti 'he I'illrtn'a .laee? I rurtiil the ninee fur tiltiire out yet!TiUy; all anrt nf i ter, trie flxlti'a t"". aii'tiia pretj) aure nf maklin; a un here. Itecknti thcy'a rnntn fnr twn nf fTnlt thnllEh." He frnwnlncly rntitlniieil hla way In n a clrl lfiKill. il tn him farther ilnwti the lut) rnml, Harry howeij Willi hl tinal tllgnlly, when aniiiethlns atrnmr.ly iii.'nltnc In Ihe whle ilnlet ejivntnl iiiiral'iil fore, rnuil hU (Inn tnntiltt In rnriV In a reaaurlii2 anille. "Ynu herknnei! me?" he akeil. "Ve, think Jill," the clrl re.llnl. her time aim hint a illlnilent. luutlral quality. "I am a atnincer, an.! I w under If It wnihl he a'klntr. n print deal " "Yea?" he eiimuraEed. "Tn ak )nii " the girl reiealeil. "In let me ride with J nil up the IllIU" Intanily ln('tnr Harry allshted. her In unnrrutntneil chivalry tn the tent heilde him. "I nm nn my way to Jnhn Stnrm'a realdetire," ahe elj.tatn.tl. "pcrhnpa ynu may he at.le tn direct me," "I will take )ini there," the dnctnr quickly ncreed; nrmaa hla mind thiahed the tlmitsht that here might he a val oahle ally. "You are cnlni: to visit the StnrmaT" "For the ntclit only," the slrl replied, 'i liaie to s to the city In the mnrnlne." "Ynu have ilnuhtttheard." Ihe due-to- r rontlnuetl. "of Mr. Stnnn'a critical condition. I nm hla .hylil.in." "I have Iienril," the girl nnawered quietly, "alan that Ida phylclan an o;ieratlnn width Mr. Storm reftmal." "He can't rtfuxe. It much Innuer," Ftild Pr. Millard. "Aa aerlnua aa thnt?" the girt ques tinned aympathetlrally. He tnal.led. "Jnhn Storm l nhatlnnte wllleil la he noti" ahe aakeil, "when compulsion failed, did yon try persuasion!" "I'm nut ndept nt that sort of thine" the dnrtnr primly admitted. Suddenly the jrtrl smiled at him. She atond hefnre the entrance nf the (treat lintiae, and Innketl hark and amlled again. T am." she said hrlefly, and imsainl InMde the dnnr. The ilnrtnr waa strangely haunted hy that elllli anille, hy the memnry nf soft ilnlet eyea. "An uniiMiiil girl," he muttenil "a really wonderful glrll" Certain annojltig eients which follow nl fulled to ohllterate her plea sine memnry. He waa awakened to the fact that thla new doctor win Mealing hla desirable patients. "The children lire not afraid of Doc-to- r Ollmnre," parents excused. Then came the rmslilnc Mow. John Storm had ngreed tn the lery operation which he himself had nrdereil hut at Ihe slUgestlnii of the new Imlnclhle Doctor Ollmnre. When Dnctnr Harry ant bitterly ilewlng the wreckage of his promising career, n girl's figure appeared In bl olllce ilnorwny the figure nf the girl of lili haunting dreams. "You remember me!" she begun softly. "No, thniik you, I can't sit down; I am In a hurry ami shall need )nu with me. Yon may recall our rnnier-satln- n concerning Mr. Storml Well, he has decided to fi.llmv your ndilce concerning th- - operation." "Mine!" Harry burst out, "I understood that It was Dnctnr Gllniore who had persuaded him." "It was." Again Ihe girl smlhal Into Ida perplexed face. "I told you that I waa at persuinllug. I, am Doctor (!llmorl Hut when It enmea to real " work Impulsively she held nut her hands. "You are the one to do that," h aid. Her eyes hesniitht him. "I know that we are going to do great work togelher," said amall Doc tor niltnore. And Harry, while clasping tho prof, fereil hands, smiled Ida new and radiant smile, (Osjttjtit, Ull, t; VImHn ttw.fft Oalia.) m horse-sens- HE TOBACCO a SMOKING SMOOTHEST given the flME character inright chance puts man's face, under his hat, and mel low fren hness into his tobacco. e Time Velvet Tobacco its mildness and "character." is a big factor in giving Velvet ages for two whole years in wooden hogsheads. During this long period the choice Burley leaves take on a kindly quality of coolness, a rich fra- grance,a taste mat young. appeals to pipe smokers old and i5c m n . walk into the next store and lay down a dime and a nickel and say "VELVET" the tobacco that isn't harsh but is friendly. Don't hurry, but just tu tfW H w' d Matt Ob! liiiii Dally Thought. Thank Rod, I also am an Americas. Daniel Webster. to he worked over Into hata ngaln are now utilized for bedroom slippers. Few Chinese-Dull- Roll a VELVET tto The Lirgsat rutterfl-.- . The largest butterfly known la fonnd In Ilrlllah few Otilnen. nnd there only. Measured across the wing., specimens are often from 8 tn 11 Inches wide. Is Dally Thought. The best of prophets of the futnr the past. Byron. Weight cf lee. A cubic font nf Ice weighs .".7.S pounds, or ."Jl ruMe Inches weight alNot Fair Division. most exactly one kiiiiii1. A gnnj nay We do not wisely wen we vent to estimate the weight of t. rectangular block of Ice Is tn iiiiilil;ly together complaint and ccnnre. We cry out the depth, hreii'lih and thickness In for a little pain, when nn in hut snillt Inches 'unit dliHe the result hy SO, for a gti'at deal nf contentment. Feltham. the answer being glieu In imunils. WalM' List Wolf. s - l.llied oa The last wolf In W-Cader Idrls In the yen t"'s. frit hats which are tin far at Bedrto-- Slippers. gon : tern of Chinese gnver nt rullwayti only one was built I.) t' e Chines themselves. Or the 1.1 lines eonip. 'ilti',- - the Llnei. tya. FARM for SALE I am in position to offer you privately one of the very best 4 farms in Madison County, located 8 miles from Richmond on good pike, good new six room dwelling, new stock and tobacco barns, housing room for 25 acres tobacco and land now cultivated to fill, 90 acres corn, 30 acres meadow, about 300 acres excellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything in fine state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for January 1st, delivery. If one or two good men want to buy a farm that will make money and one that is now ready to plow, call or write, or come to see me and I will show you something worth while. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 19, 1919 Elect Hardin by a making ua so strong as to big enough to mean sert ourselves in the open we winning. will do it by beginning to -' take over the factories, mines, FEMALE SUFFRAGE land farms of America." AND MALE, j It is addressed to the furm-""'1 urges the farmers to day will dawn in the hero- -' OF after when a legislator at jseize the farms. Whom from? Washington will decide to iarmers took- - Hold when trodtico a bill which will wreck tlioy obtained possession his career in public life. The their farms. But the radicals don't kno attitude will be patriotic, but he will be conscious that It in tins, iney Hon t know very much about the status of the volves political suicide For this reason he will not American farmer. They don AS IN EVERYTHING ELSE. take that attitude until he is know much about America ready for political extinction which is scarcely to be expect AMERICA IS SUPREME He will not wreck his career ed, as hardly any of them an until he has had all the career citizens. WHEN IT QOMES TO THE COAL Ol'KSi ION If they were to take control he wants. The best conl In the world Is mined in America of the farms, what would they Then he will make the sacri Imagine The best conl in America finds its way into our yard don't He will introduce a bill do with them? flee. forget that. excluding illiterates from the group of them trying to run machine. They suffrage. He will not discri thrashing It's time you were talking with us about your minate between the sexes; he wouldn't know the blower from winter stock Don't put It off will frame his bill so that it will the knives. They would be operate against all men and like the man who wanted to until prices go up. women wno cannot read or stnrt a tea plantation, hut com plained that the man who sold write. Thereafter he will not pre him the seeds gave him th "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." It wrong stuff and it came up ger in sent himself for nnitims. would be waste of time. DC The trouble with the I omb For many years we have been arguing whether women throwing expert is that he i The Central Record that the special election called have sense enough to vote. The rarely an expert at anythin same day as the Issued Wkly. $1.50Y.r.i for thetakes all precedence pri argument Jias at last become so else. And in the latest exploit mary of wearisome at Washington Payable in Aduntt. that he even flunked with the fire the primary; that it must be it has ended in a victory state, and judged by score "THE UNPARfor the works. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. held separately, by the regtila affirmative. cards. They are classified as There is some K. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. election officers, and in the reg justification BULGING DOMES. coming from cities, small DONABLE "SIN" for it. Some worn ular booths, of the regular vot en have sense. It is the habit of the high towns, and from the country Entered at the Post Office in Lan- ing places; while the primary e. from farms. Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Some men have, also. Some brows to berate the lowbiciw Opera At Koman' must have newly appointed of Ami each year the farm bn Matter. men can tell you, without re for their uncouth ideas on th ficers and must be held outside ferring to a book, the food val- subject of entertainment. Th lues, uoth uoys and girls, no House Next Monday Member Kentucky Press Association the regular voting places, or at ues of the chemical ingredients things which give them nka: matter what age, average the and least fifty feet away from Afternoon and contained in most articles of tire ought to give them pain lowest in health. The town ba Eighth District Publishers League. where the election of a con bies beat them every year. Yet diet. Also what towns in South So they are told. Evening. gressman is going on. They get more fun out of a Iowa is a typical farming state, America are the best markets Rates For Political Announcements. Anyhow, and as already in mil a prosperous one. for certain manufactured pro- brass band playing popular RECORD SCREEN EIFOKT. For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 dicated the eyes of the demo Anil at a meeting of the Na And several other music than they could get on 10.00 crats of the whole United ducts. For County Offices tional Association, held in Febthings. They are better inform- of a Handel festival. They For State and District Offices.-15.0- 0 "The Unpardonable Sin" which ir States will be on the democrats ed .10 For Calls, per line than the average. It would have no business to. They can ruary, 1919, a chart was pre to be presented nt Koman's Opera .10 of the Eighth Kentucky district be absurb not to let them vote. sit happily in a theatre, and sented showing what percentFor Cards, per line House next Monilay afternoon and on Saturday August 2, not be For all publications in the interSome women are equally draw pleasure from appeals to age of school children are af evening, is a moling picture attrac est of individuals or exprescause of the warm primary for well informed, and equally superficial instincts from sim flicted with various diseases, tion which Lancaster people who have sion of individual views, per state offices, but because they well qualified to vote more of pie stuff without any depth to both in the city and in the coun followed th development of the .10 line screen as a medium for the presentawant to know what Judge Har .05 Obituaries, per line them than you might think. It it. They ought to know better, try. tion of really big dramatic ideas can din's majority is to be, how seems strange There were fourteen kinds of not alford to miss. The train of reasoning that that they have much the democrats of the only just acquired a privilege leads to this conclusion indicn disease tabulated, ami the There have been many unqualified Eighth have increased their of opinion Lueaster, Ky., Jane 19, 1919 which has been held promiscu tes a quaint conception of country children were found expressions Unpardonable to the effect Sin", is the majority since last fall, when ously by o be the greater sufferers from th.it "The drunks who did not economics. Why is it unde greatest photoplay ever produced, the late Harvey Helm was know people should be each of the diseases. The dis- ami there is no denial of the statewhether Longfellow was sirable that among those narrowly saved i For Congressman. Would it be orders listed were tonsil de ment that it ranks with such attraccocktail or a suit of under easily pleased? bol- We are authorized to announce from the landslide toward undesirable for people to be fects, teeth defects, weak eyes. tions us "The Ilirth of a Nation," "Inwear. CHAP. A. HARDIN, of Mercer coun- shevism in Congress. adenoids, ear troubles, enlarg- - tolerance" and "Hearts of the World" Many men and women who easily fed? ty, a candidate for Representative in The defeat of Judge Hardin, have glands, malnutrition all of which are outstanding successUnder present conditions d read Longfellow, or fam Congress in this, the Eighth Congresthe democratic nominee for breathing defects, spinal cur- es in the realm of moving pictures. sional District, subject to the action iliarized themselves with the there is not enough joy in the "The Unpardonable Sin" was comcongress in this district, at the of the Dcnocratic party. commercial situation in South world. Probably there never ature, anaemia, social dis-- pleted on the Pacific Coast a hands of a young man, practic ase, lung disease, heart trou ago nt a time when there were America are nevertheless abun will be. There is extremely ally unknown, and whose re assembled in Los Angeles practically dantly qualified to vote. But little danger of there being too ble and weak mentality. Editorial in Shelbyville Record. putntion for regularity and re It seems almost incredible, nil of the big men of the motion picmuch. If some people are If you are a real democrat liability in his own party, is un it is a fair gues3 that they can easy to please, so much the bet but it is so true that experts ture industry, and it was before an audience composed these men that you will of coiiise go to the pri- desirable, is unthinkable; but all read and write. ave been giving the matter he- photoplay wasof first exhibited. Yet there nre male and fe ter. There would be less pleas mary election polls in your pre- a little extra apathy and neg I hey The consensus of opinion was hat ure in the world if they were anxious consideration. cinct on Saturday August 2nd, lect by a few democrats in each male voters who can do neithave decided that the. disease 'The Unpardonable Sin" was big in to please. and help nominate a goon man precinct of the district might er. Women have now obtain hard every sense of the "But," argue the highbrows, rate among country children is story toll, hiir in wurjyhi'i? In the ed this privilege, and many of for each of the State offices easily result in such a reduced itypiTiiner of tell them ought not to have been "a man's mental faculties must caused by the unhealthy condi- ing, and big in the voilc of lilanche that .ire to he filled in Novem-Oe- r. vote and majority as would be tion of tenant farmers' homes. Sneet, the stag, anil the platers who enjoys if If you are a reai good gleefully heralded throughout grantou it. Ana there are be at their lowest in nhe elementary stuff theatre As a tenant knows he may be support her. This early opinion h democrat, and live in the the nation by those in the U. S. many men who ought to be de intelligence must be at its caving before long, he is not been more than confirmed by the reEighth Congressional district, Senate and House who are prived of it; but no politician "His disposetl to improve living con- view of moving picture critics in ust now has the nerve to say minimum strength." New York who have recently you will first go to the REGU- working if not praying for the Why not? That is just the ditions for the benefit of the forded the opportunity of ben afpassing LAR VOTING PLACE in your return of Prussianism, Kaiser-is- so. next tenant. Bad ventilation, Judrmint upon it. proper state for a man to be in precinct, on that day, and vote, Bolshevism and any thing FARMERS AND BOMBS. The story Is by Major when he is in a theatre. When absence of screens, insanitary Hubert in the special election, at which that will undo the leaders and The day which revealed to his mentnlity is fully alert he fixtures, leaky roofs all con- Hughes and it tint appeared in serial Judge Hardin, who is already work of the leaders of the na us the ramifications of the mer has no business in a theatre at tinue from year to year. The form in : the Ited Hook. Tr.e comyour nominee, must be elected tions of a war sick world. plete wa ry little bomb plot, or plots all. He ought to be at work. andlord will not make im after and at once luolishcd not lontr to the vacancy in congress. Inestablished itself a A republican who would they covered a large number provements, because he feels n "best Our career our calling is seller." While dealinir with deed, this special election is the ask the votes of of districts will soon be the most important thing in our that the next tenant will want subject matter related to the recent main event of the day, insofar people, in a district like the month old. But we should not done all over again anyhow. wcild war. the picture Is In no semo mundnne lives. If it is not, we as the Eighth district is con Eighth Kentucky, at such a let it be completely And there are more than a a zr future", Why entire! void obliterated have chosen the wrong career, cerneu. 10 tnose wno are time, if he be n confessed re- from our memories. million tenant farmers who of battle scenes, etc. Tho Ul in and we ought to switch at once. merely one of love aid adventure, watching Washington and who publican, ought to be willing move every year. In Sumner It was in Paterson, N. J. that are watching AT Washington, to say whether he bolted his one of the bombs exploded on The best moments, the hours County, in the state of Kansas, written In the stylo which llupeit faculties are when the matter of whether there nominee, President Taft, when that fateful Monday night, and ought our be spent in keenest, over 51 per cent of the farms Hughes, buttu than in other living American i.uthor, knows how tu use. to our vocaare more republicans coming, he was butchered by his own in the same city an abundant tion, whether it be farming or are held by tenants. And lllanrhe wect appears as a U'inroniu and what the future comment parly; whether he is now for collection of not only of revolutionary dentistry. not there is more typhoid per cap- American girl, poscs.-.eWe should girlish cliar-,!- , but ulio of of the people, as expressed at Taft, and the League of Na pamplets has been unearthed. take our brains to a theatre ita than in any other county in temper and aggrctiveness tho nerve, wiuili is the polls, with respect to tho tions, or whether he endorses One of them has been printed the state. ihnrncteriqie of the modern Amerigoings on at Washington, is to his party's leaders in the Sen- in exceptionally large quanti- when they are intensely awake. Here is a chance for a con can pul. Matt Moon- is Jujt .1 plain, d highbrow The be, is of vastly more import- ate of the United States the ties, and is addressed to the who sits at a New Thought structive reformer, with "Own everyday American lad of the type ance than which of the demo- leaders who are greater crimi- "workers, farmers, soldiers and drama, congratulating himself your own farm" for his slogan that may be met anywhero in thu crats shall be nominated for the nals than ever was the Kaiser, sailors." mimi Mates. Tho obstacles these that his cerebration is at Its two surmount In their efforts to penstato offices in Kentucky. who despite his enmity to all It starts with the usual Jere- peak, probably has no work to J. M. Metcaif, Surveycr. etrate a hostile country In search of 25 yean Also in the eyes of the Unit- other nations, never daily be- miad about the tribulations of do that demands the efforts of experience, Uluo prints furn shed, two defenseless women upon whom ed States Constitution the elec- trayed his own nor scorned the the proletariate, and then it a thoroughly alert mind. If he All calls answered promptly. Phone has been oerpetratcd "tho ur.pardon-nbl- c tion of a representative in Con- memory of those who gave continues: tin" nre pictured to provide a had, it would require the con 16 btanford, Ky, screen story that keeps nudiences gress is a much bigger event their lives therefor who how"If in your factory or mine, servation of his mental ener WANTED Carptnlrrs, Join.n, everywhere on the very edge of their than a mere state primary elec- ever vile, was not such as the farm or village, there is no gies. Boat Buildsrs, Cabin! Malitri, Mill scats. tion. That is perhaps the rea- contemptible birds who daily anarchist soviet yet, organize ADMISSION 30 and 40 cents. wrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbari. son or one of the reasons why befoul their own nests and in one at once. OWN YOUR OWN FARM. fitUrs and PaiaUr for work on Pip. high sult humanity, Christianity and the Attorney General of Ken"Organize anarchist comAt Des Moines, Iowa, each class yachts and phonograph cabin!. LOST: On public snuare last Sot- tucky has instructed the sher- cizilization. mune Soviets and organize year, there is a baby show at SUady work. Our shops ar sanitary, urday afternoon a package of kodnlc iffs of the 11 counties in the pictures, bearing the name Smith. It is a time for Democrats them secretly; as soon as our the state air. Babies are en- light and stam-hatd- . Th Matthaws Company, Kinder please return to this office, or eighth Congressional district, and patriots of all parties to members grow large enough tered from all parts of the Port Clinton, Ohio. D A f a EIIHI3N TWO CAR LOADS play safe. BUGGIES Brothers. I The best that money can buy. It will pay you to come and look chem over. We can save you money. Conn irirn rir s bo-il- long-hnire- - Etta Smith and recelva rtwanl. 2t. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 19, 1919 FOR THE NEXT 30 DAY We will offer exceptional values in the many different lines of ladies wearing apparel and all kinds of piece goods consisting of Woolens, Cottons and Silks. When searching for the right merchandise at the right price see us before buying. The Joseph Mercantile Co. THE ONE PRICE STORE QUALITY STORE. Mr, Allen Johnson is in Chicago has returned Miss Mary Arnold from Chattanooira white she vva for n short stay. head saleslady in n millinery estab has been visit .Min Lucille lishment. ing friends in Paint Lick. Mr. Kobinson Cook, who has bee Miss Addie Criscillis has been a re attending the University of Iowa, re cent visitor in Paint Lick. A frill Mtr.flM cl the Coming, and home Wednesday for the sum turned CK(i by Thais Wi Arc MtrfiUd In. mer vacation, "Haby Sister" Cancer, of Stanfon is visiting Lancaster friends. Mr. ami Mrs. Ike Dunn and chll spent Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. liarve Mcitoberts o Mr nnd Sir- - ( M V ttmnwrit1 Irvn of Lexington, with Mr. and Mrs. Coleman (iulley on Stanford, spent Sunday in Lancaster, j visitors nt Boonoiborj, Sjulay Richmond treet. Prof. 1). W. Bridges, wife and son Mr X Miller and Mm Cap-- ' Mrs. Kobert Drawer and children of Itichmond, spent a few hours in j n last Friday, Miller were In Lesingt-nf OK'ahenui, are visiting l.er pt Uinciuter, Tuesday. Ma.tcr Banks Hudson, of Dan'-llle- , ents, Mr. and .Mrs. Joel Walker, on Mr. ltobert Xol.tnd and Mr. Clavton l visiting his aunt, Mm. William Fnr-nu- . Lexington avenue. Morrow have returned from Lcxing Mrs. Rockwell Smith ami daughters ton where they attended school. Mrs, W. M. Bogle, of Xevv Orleans, Charlotte and Judith, of Stanford Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shultic and in the guest of .Mr. nnd Mm. Thomas .vill arrive tomorrow for a visit to th daughter, of Somerset, were Mrs. Saulley Hughes. Whtrtitt. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. X, and Misi MargarMr. and Mrs. Adolph Joeph have Mller, and Mrs. Ilinternish Jill, Joe Walker et Morrow were recent viiltni in rented the apartment on Maple Ave., Mrs. Cornie Clay, of Richmond Danv.llc. recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. II Mrs. William Burton and Maste K. Ilerndon, and are moving, Mr. and Mn. W. A. Speith lift Cbailes Walktt nre recuperating a MomUy to spend several weeks at Mr, and Mrs. Sam Goldcnbcrg and Crab Orchaid Springs this week. baby, who have been visiting Mr. and the Lakes. .Mr. Henry Harlow has returned to Mrs. D. (iulley, left Tuesday for thei Mr. White, of Tennessee, it spend-in- home in Greenwood, Mississippi, his home at Silvia, Illinois, after the lummer with her neice, Miss spending a week with his aunt and I'rof, llaird ami son, and Miw uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. J. Hourne. Emma Doty. Georgie llaird of Bercn, ami Iiev. A. Mill Emily Prcwitt of Winchester, C. llaird and Mrs. llaird spent Mon-.- 1 Mrs. Dunlap lllanton and children in the attractive guest of Miss Mar... ..;v. i' who have been spending some time garet Cook, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Master C. W. and Miss Mary Clark, Mr. ami Mr. J. K. Stormes attend-ei- l of Lexington, and little Stanley Clark Elmore, have gone to Waco for a a Pharmacy meeting in llarrods-bur- of the Lexington pike, are spending visit. Wednesday. ultllia ,,'ttl, flmir nr, .!., rnnl. Mr. and Mrs. J, It. Hasclden and family have returned after n delight Mrs. Etha W. Gott anj ehihlren, of .Misses Minnie Mae Itobinson and Richmond, are visiting her lister, Mr. Katie Harm's Dickerson nre pleasant ful trip to Indianapolis, where they attended the Shrincrs meeting last and Mrs. L. X. Miller. guests this week of .Miss Stella Mae week. Mrs. Anna Hubble and daughter, (row, near Camp Dick Robinson Mr. Herbert Schooler, who saw sev Mattie Mar, have returned from a Mr. and Mrs. II, II. Price, Vesta eral months active service on the fir few days visit in the country. Price and Jane Price of Danville, ing line nt the Front, came home Sat guests Sunday of Mrs. D. M Miis Leavy Dunn has returned were urday having received his honorable Lackey ami Miss Jeannie Lackey, lischarge. from a few days visit to Mrs. Elizabeth llurgess in Ilryantsville. Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Kirk and inter .Misses Edna Herkele and Florence estlng children of Winchester, Ohio, Mr. ami Mrs. Hoy Ilroaddus and motored thru and are the, guests of Johnon nre attending n houscpnrty Wright, given by Miss Thelma of family spent the day with Mr, A. H. Mr, and Mrs. G. M. Patterson, on Oynthinna. After n weeks stay they Crouthorn and mother Sunday, Richmond Avenue. will return to their home in I Jncaster Miss Margaret Morrow, teacher of .Mrs. J, M. Stapp and handsome Mr. Glass 13. Carrier is recuperet the school for the Deaf In Columbus little son, James Jr., and Mrs. Fnyc ing at home lor n few weeks lwin Ohio, is at home for the vacation. Ueichelderfer have returned to Lex, arrived from Kcnclvvorth, X. ft, last ington after a delightful visit with Monday moiiiing Glass has seen in Mr. John Mcitoberts, of Atlanta, relatives and friends here. the rvire nearly two years and his has been spending n few days with Mr. Elmer Miller arrived last week friends were mighty glad to se him his parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. E. after twelve months oversea duty, and to learn of his rapid improve dis. luent. having received an honorable Mrs. W. W. It, Cook, Mis Margaret charge at Camp Taylor, and is with Mr. Ed Hughes has returned from Cook and Mls Emily I'rewitt attend- his mother, Mrs. Dora Miller, Lexington where he spent the week. Monday ed a dance in Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton were end witli his sister, Mrs. J. W. Acey, evening. hostetsca at one of the delightful who continues ill at the Good Saniari After graduating from the College events of the past week, n six o clock tnn Hospital. Mrs. Acey's many of the lllble at Lexington last week, dinner nt their suburban home on friends arc glad to hear that the is im Min Georgia Dunn returned to Gar- Lexington nvenue. The home was proving and will probably be removed rard county to spend the summer with ilernrnted with nink nnd red rotcj. A to her home in Stanford in n few delicious five course menu win served. days. home fclLs and relatives. Mrs X. Mill er received a telephone message Wednesday from her son, Snrgeant William Ferguson Miller, stating he had safely arrived from Taylor, overseas and Is nt Camp Hilly has many friends Louisville. who will be glad to welcome him back home. He has been "over there" for about a year and was inMie fightlin; line. He expects to receive his honorable discharge in a few days. Gossip About People v? COUNTY SCHOOL TEACHERS ELECTED Institute To Begin Here June 30th. The Garrard County teachers Institute will convene here June 30th and hold for one week. Professor TO THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY: I hereby annnunie lmwlf a r itr.t i fur the oltlee of mint itov. errior of Kvuluiky, In the ac- uon or me ivmotratlc primary on .vuirmi j, I AM 1. A J. Hie 3. 4. t. Pur hetter roads; Tor better mIiimiN: Pur rlrirt emnninr In the manaeriiihiit of tin State's affairs, and Iho elimination or consolidation of ollicew, vvliere pr.iellcahle: i!. (In the Ilunr question, I han nina.VN lieeii a none-drman. and w 111 do all Unit I can to udvanee the cause or temperance; 7. For closer supervision of our cniirilaiiie anil penal Institutions; 8. For Woman's Siiltraee: 0. For nnietidlnc Hie Doc Ijiw so to provide more and prompter pay for me Mieep owner ami more protection for the dnz owner, and with less, hut reasonable and fair, compensation for the olticlals nbo mlmlnlhler It: iu. Kir extreme ronservatlsm Id tho use of the pardoning power. H. II. SIIA.MvS. Sanford, Kjr. prernt ux friend nf Labor: I'nr ainenillnc, but not rrpeallnf, law ; Wheat Harvest. The wheat harvest Is getting in full swing tins weeK. vc hear some complaint of rust, but upon the whole it is thought the yield and quality will surpass the average, and the acreage in this county is far in excess of what is usually sown to wheat. The Circus. Gentry Ilros' circus which exhibited here last Friday was fairly good, and of course attracted a large crowd. It has been so long Bince "the children' nw a circus that of couse they all had to be taken. The usual number of short change men anil "dips" were trailing the show, and several of our citizens had their pockets picked or were short changed for imall amounts. Charles D. Lewis, of Berea, will be 43 the Instructor. The session promises to be an interesting one and 18 every teacher in the county who holds a certificate and expects to teach during the coming year is compelled under the law to attend this Institute. The various Boards of Trustees met last week and elected the following teachers to have charge of the schools of the county during the next session. Some vacancies have not Classified Column yet been filled but will be later on. The list completed up to this time RATES i is as foilowi. 5, Pleasant Hill School, Single insertions lc a word Miss Myrtle Doolin. Xo ad taken for less than 20c Antioch School, 17, in this column. Xo ads in this Miss Ruth Ruble Lane. column charged. Miss Anna Powell, Assistant. 'JO Sycamore School, Seven Insertions for the Miss Ida Hurt. price of Ave. Bcailey School, 28, Phone orders must be paid .Miss Bcttle Miller. promptly. Herring School, 29, Miss Minnie Johnson, Miss Anna B. Moss Assistant, FOR SALE: A good sow and 8 3:1, Beechwood School, pigs. Mrs. Garret Woods. Miss Eva Merryman. Orchard Grove, 33 Xo st WANTEDi On hundred Good teacher elected yet. Postsi also a fw end poitt. Call West Point, 37, Xo this office. If. teacher elected yet. Mason School, LOST Grey coat, Thursday June 21. Miss Dora Scott. 12th, between Lancaster and Arch Bryantsville, 7. Kavanaugh's. Reward if returned to Rev, George Conant, this office. Miss Fannie Dowden, Miss Elizabeth Bettis, Miss Bettie Scott. We have bought new grain bags Hickman School, 9. to help handle your wheat this sea-to- n, Vacant. and as soon as the market opens Buena Vista, 19. come in and get sacks and sell us your Prof. Jas. R. Abner, wheat, guaranteeing you the highest Mrs. James R. Abner, market price. Yours truly, Miss Kate.Holtzclaw, Lancaster Flour Mills, Miss Xannic Sloan, S. G. Vaughan, Prop. Bourne School, 22, Min Iva Hollon. Sunnyside School, 31., Miss Ruth Montgomery. Rice Acedemy, 32, Miss Emma Walker. Bright's Bend, SR. Baker School, Miss Parrie Clark. Manse School, Miss Emma Estridge, Miss Ora Estridge, Assistant. Stony Point, Miss Ionn Dunn. Lawson School, Miss Ocie Dudderar, Copper Creek School, 27 Vacant. Wood's View School, 40 Miss Sue Higgins. Hulett School, Miss Anna Hawley. Logan Chapel, Vacant. Paint Lick High School, sub-diProf. C. A. Long, Miss Amy Hester Patrick, Miss Tattle Moyers, Miss Mary Erie Griggs, Miss Emma Holtzclaw. 13, 13, 23, 2G, 42, To The Farmers. Vacant Locust Grove, Vacant. Wnlkcr School, Miss Corn Hurt. Buckeye High School, C Prof Caskie Tomerlin. Mm Zula Calico, MIm Inez Ray. Xinn School, Anna Scrivener. Scott's Fork School, v 11 3, 10.- -. Miss 1.'. 16 1 FRESH FISH & OF EACH WEEK. PAD I I nemt. 25, 30, g FRIDAY SATURDAY PA DIC MBPFW $ l!' U I IlUniyunillUIIU m UPAnnnADTPDC I I vis oiiiw wnuum m ! sanaers variety diore. WE SELL FOR LESS. mm. w .h -. rm Ono of the most delightful eial events of the season was the picnic High llridge, given on Tuesday by to Miss Stella Man Grow in honor of her charming house guests, Mlties Minnie Mae Robinson ami Katie Barnes Dickenon, of this city. Tha chap- CHIEFJUSTICE JOHN D. CARROLL erones were Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mn. Henry McAfee, Mrs. Charley Deane Democratic Candidas Tor and Mrs. Norman Grow. About GOVERNOR seven couples from here were particiH Can Win fat Novsmbsr, pants of this enjoyable affair. Gunn's Chape), Mi.a Teater. Bradshaw School, Min Mary Hardin. Beech Grove, MUf Mabel I'rewitt. The New Kelly-Springfie- ld (Cord Type) Teatersville, 31, Miss Beulah May, Bethel School, tub district 1, Miss Iillie Smith. Cartersville, 2, Mr. William T. Green, Miss Amanda Anderson, Assistant. Union School, S, Miss Mamie McQuerry, Harmons Lick, 11, Miss Viola Trfbble. Driving Tire Put this tire on your (tout wheels and tee liovv easy it Is to steer. Stormes Druj! Store Lancaster Kv Paint Lick Garage Paint Lick Ky The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 19 1919. CAPONIZING IS NOT SERIOUS OPERATION AUCTION Unattended by Pain or Danger to the Cockerel. Fowl Delnj Prepared ShouIJ Cs Placed In Dark, Well VentlUv.d Coop Without Aceen to Feed or Water for 3S Hours. The most profitable furjn ir "awut-tin- e tin- - rooster" l tn itmkr u of him. .Tune the best lunntli firt rnjMiilzlus, us cotkcrcls hi trait ii) till' month will lc ri'inly fur tin- - market next I'cbrunry when the demand Is Mmniii'M unci prlcus ut tlii'lr IiIrIi-e- t oin THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR SUE 99 Acres of the t!ili t'iipnnl:lni; lint not been generally practiced. orh.ips bocnu.'O of the no tion Hint tlio operation Is wry dltll-cul- t. Hut nftcr n little practice. If the bird Is jirn wrly prcpartsl. the operation Is very Minnie mill ouMly nml Is unattended hy pnln it dancer tn th cockerel. The period of in every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. IJtiilt for service anil comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grnnd" Ronditcr $1110.00 "Bnby Grnnd" Tout-i$1135.00 F. O. It. Factory. A car load of these American Hoatities just unloaded. They have marvelous power, nml noted as hill climbers. Let tis demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. W. R. Cook (Owsley) Suburban Home Tract One mile from the Lancaster Public Square and of city limits on the New Danviile turnpike road, the will sell subdivided at Public Auction 1-- W. 0. 2 RIGNEY Residence i'luitie 33. Funeral Director and Embalmer. mile d under-signe- Ollice Phone 18, Typical Capon Nctlce Absence of Comb, Wattlea and the Long Hackle Feathers, and the Plump, Well. Filled Body. preparation should he not less thnn IM hours, durlnc which time the birds In n dark, well ventishould he plat-is-l tn fetil or lated coop, without acre wnter. This Is lo empty the Intestines so they will he out of the way when the operation Is perforuieiL Kill! ex phinatlon of the method to lie em ployed will he found nccoinpnnjliin the canonizing tools. Cockerels Intended for rnpnnlrlns should weluh from one unil n half to two pounds. When ready for mar' ket, they should wiIrIi eight to pounds. The best breeds to twel miinlze are the meat type, mich the llarrvd Hock, Vtyandottcs, Itrali mas nnd Cochin. The llurretl Itock Is the hreed preferred hy many for this purpose. Capons ran ne raised successfully by the city "hack letter," as they do not reipjlre the exercise and run to an essential to the host developed fancy stock. Capon ran aim tie allowed tn run with the urni without Impair ln the Infertlluy dcMrahle In rgg for marketing, as Is the rase with young cockerels. Hut the argument that hhnuld uppenl most strongly to the producer Is that the caion, with practically the same amount of rare nnd expense, will bring from GO per cent tn 100 per rent more on the mar ket than the uncniwinlxed rockerel. CHILDREN Twenty-Seve- n Lancaster, Nat Valued. cost neiblus" pertiap ' It lUd tbm wouhl Ih- - more of It i:tim TrmnnfTlpt. Kentucky. Remove Ink. Ink when pllled on n carpet ran M lnol entirely remote. If milk U uned i.efr re It hernmes dry. Remember One't Llmltitlona. In the mornl orld I hi re Is nolblni ImiMisslble. If we put a thorough will to It. Man tan do eti rs'loni: "lib himself; bill he iimi.i mil mtruipt o do too much with mti r lliimlKil.lt REHESUUIK Beginning at 9:30 A. M. Rain or Shine. 25 Tolllmee 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 MONEY AND VALUABLE PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. BRASS BAND. 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 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 S.PEND 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 Redpalh Chautauqua program. TERMS: LIBERAL AND ANNOUNCED AT SALE. and-sus-ceptible JOIN GARDEN CLUB Clrlt Living In Masonic Horn, at Montgomery, Ala., Form Organization. ' If Spud la Wanted. Some clrls let ihelr ruddy cheeks to dally rnllsthcnlrs. others by dally Oarruloua Hulbanda. illfae-lor- e ar nmtlcs. Itolh wa "!Vn't expert n lfe nlwavs to b for nhtalnliie results hut yoa b listener." Winifred lllnrk. rot to tinuJ It to the latter for speed. fVrnlnly not. Wives bale to sleep ( Ta.lonnlly. The fact Is, the liw s "!il to punish those cnmiloaa Llfe'a Turning Point. talk their wires to death. uho When you (ret Into n llcht platsj, Houston Pott. and ever thine icoe. ncalnst you, till It .eeuis as If you couldn't hold on a minute loner, never irlve up then, Ivory Mitt, There nre but three mats of hory I for that In Just the plnre and time the Harriet Ilerehet in existence, nie Inrcest onu meas- tide will turn. ures elht hy four feet, and allhouih Stowe. made In thu north of India, has n Greek design for n border. It la u.isl Friendship That Lasts. only on tnte occasions, like the Klcn- Is apt to irtvp away Friendship um vi imioriaui iiiicunienta. inecost Into some corner of the temple on of this preehius mat waa almost whose hrlne love has descended. for more thnn 0.4UL) suinds This mild nffectlon Is but a twinkof pure Ivory were ued In lie ton. ling Inper that will bum ateudlly on Only the tlniwt and most I It it I s atrurtlon. unseen amid the clnnllni flexible strips of the material could he r' 'ry of love'e aupernatural lamp, uned. and the mat ia like the finest t he found Milnlne bentgnaDtly . v ben the lump la ahattt-rcdwoven fabric. Pity the Manlcuriit. Of course you hne jour little wor-rl-e nnd moments of tetatlou bnt supfoln nhflut your dally pose you had to lUtrn tn nil tha flubdub and muhy tulV'n mnnlcurl.t has to lltrn to uhlle he Kes about heraj Slacon Telrcropti. tli, ilte I (Prepared by the linlte.1 States Department of Agriculture ) of n tenth-acr- e To he the posM-sso- r plot full of thrifty vegetables has heroine the ntnhltlon of thousands of children In the South In recent ears, nnd the food Mipply of the country has been appreciably Increased by Ihelr ef fort H. Children who live In Institutions, ns well as thoe who live at home, now are to lime the pleasure and profit to e derived from belonging to n garden eliili. Twenty-seve- n ulrls living In the .Musonle home ut Montgomery, Ala., were organized Into an enthusiastic garden und tiitnilng rluh hy I he ugeiit of that county. nf the superinThe full tendent mid feathers In the home has hem promised and the outlook for n fcurccssful iluli Is bright. plots, whlih are Mdo The tenth-acr- e by Ide, were plowed and fertilized by The Masons offered the Institution. a fill prize to the club girl doing I he A tanner Is ulreaity owned best work. by the Institution und nn extellent place to conduct the running opera-tlon- s W ready for the surplus THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capfiol 450,000. A. It. DK.NNY, Surplus i30t000. President. J. E. STOUMKS, VlccPrest. S. C. DnXNY. Cnihier C, M. THOMPSON, Teller. J. Ii. HAIiRIS, Individual Uook-kecper. HUGH M0I1I.KV, Oenerol Safety S. C. Dennj-- , Deposit Boxes For Rent. (J. II. Swliiebroail, WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Alex K. Denny, J. H. I'oiey, J, K. Stormes, A. T. Sander, I)r. V. 11. Elliott. Director. Draw A Check IMPORTANT TO RAISE FEED Flrtt Object Should Be to Meet Need of Farm In Feeding Anlmale Maintain Fertility. O.T.Wallace, Realtor Secty, Trust Building, LEXINGTON, KY. D. A. THOMAS, Lancaster, Ky. It Is hoped that greater pains will be token this year than In former yearn to raise feed. The object should be first to meet the needs nf the farm In fectlluu tin. auliuuls; nerond, to maintain the fertility of the Mill In rotation, KfowliiK legumes mid applying manure; third, to sell any surplus feed at profitable prices. The demand for nil kinds of feed crops seems ho great tbat It will not bu euay to make a fur the money youuv.c nnd note how much inure respectfully jour creditors you. They like to do business with a niiHi who has mi account at the Garrard Bail & Trail C.n ay. Uetter They know be it doing buslneil in a buairesi like open auch an account even it your attain are not large. They will grow all riKht. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 19, 1919 DOLLARS DO SAVED Be IT NOW. Now Will Don't wait until next winter nnd any 1 wish I had. Start nn ocg factory toilny. 100 for IB eggs for 7S Worth Double In A Few Years. single comb drown I.V. $4.00 CASH. i.i:ghoi:ns exclusive- ERLE C. FARRA (.nncaitrr, Ky Iliitnr) Shot.. That Securities ItturJ Bjr Government, in War Tlmss and Immediately After Co Al.ov. Par While Prices with other stocks and bonds. And remember that Government bonds are what nil the wise ones put their money in when they take their departure from active business It is the safest thing In the world nnd likel to j ay you mighty well. And nil tne tin li.nt you nro waiting you . will know tnat a United States Btnj is the safest in the wot M. N tl HMMa.iMii Altr I'Al.NT LICK Box 272. ANGUS- - iLAND STOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen An gus Cattle for sale any time cltln-- r l se. nny ngr! Also I'olnnil Cliimi Hogs, Hit) typr rej!is-tcrei- A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Lnncnster, Ky NNMMINMmNlllt:C Dr. J.W.Weber Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR Speclalattentlon en to all troubles of the feet. giv- DANVILLE Gllcher Hotel every Tuesdayfand Friday. RICHMOND Building, Oldham Thursday's only. STANFORD Saturday only. 'OifeDrop drloVlas waur rows ana pmmi wnu. " dlarrtwMa. cholera and other chirk dMw.ofOn frK. bottle naar. II rallur.. mime. lint bottle, run II SI siehee 31 celloae. Al dnurirMa. or ml b rall poetpajj. Bourbon Remedy Co., Clngton, Kv. .feS? i:nir?t CURES 11 Ton Republic Perfectly New Factory Guarantee Write for Our List of Used Truck Special! Harry P. Kelly Emery MiV. ..or.ir Is clerking for of Commodities Co L. T Kirk. Down. rales- tils Kate Ely has resigned . lai y in Mr. LcdfoiaV store. (BY C. M. MORRISON.) I I .so l.nUbrd lifts eccptel n port- ! oti Know tnnt this in I rion in It. II. LedfoM's store. good tlfp.o Jo put away rlellnrs? In Rev. Venerable of Lexington is put nwny dollars that are tu he called for by you at some future lime? Here Holding n vneks meeting at Manse. Miu Mi Keehnie ef Mnm llus is the i'omi" nn estimate that was sent nut fron. Washington, U. C the other day charmlrjt guest of the Misses Hurt to t'ie elTcct that a dollar now is Several from here attended the Mworth cn! about GS cents of wlmt it cus at I Jin caster, Friday evening and was lack in the halyren duys of 1014 night. And hmk in 191 1 n ilollar vvn The Sunday School convention will worth nl about half in murh ns it couv'tne nt Mt. Tabor Sunday next, was in 1899. Looks like these dollars nil day service. ef ours have been shrinking in value. Frank linlstun, who lias hi en oyir-sen- s But in a matter of fact these dollars for several months returned t.f ours coir.e and go in purchasing home Monday power. MUses Edna Mae Kirk and Minnie I'.ilfht new an)hody and cvcryliody knouH that the times are up.et. That Coldiron visited Mrs. Guy West tit they are abnormal times. And every-bod- v Moran Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley nnd Mrs. Inows that they cannot remain so indefinitely. One of these days Sophia Trenduoy and son, Quinton, there is going to he a chance. That motored to High Bridge, Sunday. rhn'.ce will greatly affect the buying Paint Lick plajcd Richmond Ball 'm team Saturday, 17 to 14 in favor of ait of a dollar. Prices are going to come down if Paint Lick on the hitters ground. tMere is anything in the law of aver The Mercer Produce Co, has been ages and that sumo old law of nver- moved to the old Post Office building. aces has held good since the ilajs ' J. A. Brntton, Manager. when the morning stars first sang Mrs. Thomas I.ogsdon and daugh- Miss Geneva are visiting friends They will !. getting back to some ter. thing like a normal level one of these and relatives in the mountains this w cek. days and when they do what then will Mrs. Millard Ledford and baby ac our War Marines Stamps be worth That is something to be thinking companied Mrs. Lee LeJford to Hognn, Vn., Saturday for a few days about lhee summer evenings. For nil this means that Jour dol visit. lars that )ou arc putting into War Mi's Willie Williams entertained a Savings Stamps today are going to he number of Joung people Saturday n whole lot more useful to you than night in honor of her guest, Mirs they are right now. Kor the simple Mary Swim of Cynthiana. reason that they will buy a whole lot Edwin nnd William Ralston are at more of any commodity that you mny Camp Taylor and have telephoned name; that you may want twenty they will be home Thursday, Both long yenrs from now or fifteen years. have Just returned from overseas. or een ten jears. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. B. Ledford will There was never a better time to move to the rooms in the Parks flat take a few dollars in loose chance recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. that may he lying nround and salt Thos. Rayburn who have moved to them away, That menns that they Lowell. should be put in War Savings Stamps. It is the best place in the world for a few dollars or a few hundred dollars or a thousand dollars nf this 1 U 1 1' money. Suppose twenty ears from now 'Ten years ago 1 was reduced to a I was yellow as u gold when things huvc gone bark to the mere shadow. normal nf 1S99, your hundred dol- piece nnd would often he doubled up lars in War Savings Stamps will be with most excruciating pains in my worth $200 of the money that you stomach. Physicians could only reput into them row. There will ulso lieve me with morphine. I was adbe an increased value in the "Ilaby vised to try Mayr's Wonderful RemBonus". Thev go up and up after edy and it helped me at once. What every war. They have always done is. more, I have been well ever since. lhey did after the Civil War, A friend said he thought one more mi. after the Wars of Napoleon, after the clean shirt all I would ever wear." War wnlch England fought an 1 It is a simple, harmless preparation War. So that n moves v c catarrhal mucus after the Franco-Prussia- n lone as a nation maintains Its iden froi. the iii'elli'al tract and nll'is tity nnd its integrity, its bonds will gn the trf .umni.ttim vhich causei p'.-.-c up whi ther it wo i or lost in the stiug- - tically nil slot rich, liver and Inieiitin-a- l gle. ailments, n.'luling appendicitis Mavhc in fovr ears from now you Ore disc will M'Aince or mon.'V le- v ill needing money mis-l-i he bad. funded. R. I. M'.Koberts, DrVcM-.t- . I hat is a long look into the future for l.'inraster, ..ilv. K. roost of us, and ,et 1024 will be here pretty soon. Ai.J you un take your Oirtificntc, when It War Savings Lust April n letter come to the Coltenches maturi'.y .mil you will have yu never lege of Agriculture from the Mar f and that tlm savings missed has accumulated into n sum shall County Duroc Breeders' Association stating that the organization t ..it till permit viu to r.if.tc nn yea niuld never have had 500 Duroc pigs eligible for regiscreamed of had ou not ifopted the try for sale. The Marshall County howDuroc Breeders' Association, 'tin It and Savings habit, 'intre are a lot of place to put ever, was not composed entirely of few fnrmers or old breeders; but mainly itione), but there are mighty it of the boys who were in club work. I '.lies that are ns mfe ns lending tu ti.ele Sam. He has nover rcnis-ge- d This organization developed out of are pig club work among the boys which on n debt. The chance mighty good that he never will There began in the fall of 1917. At that purebred duroc gilts were is really no place where money can time 42 be put that is quite as safe us lending placed among the club members. The 12S gilts were ex it to the Government of the Lulled next autumn, 1918, hibited by the boys. This nccounts Stntes of America. COO pigs for side in Mnrshnll The Government of the United for the will take care of your money. County this spring. A big new discovery in cigarette blending The big thing about Chesterfields is their unique blend The .Chesterfield blend is an entirely new combination of tobaccos. It is a most important development in cigarette making. As a result, Chesterfields deliver a new kind of cigarette enjoyment just like a "bite" before bedtime when you're hungry they SATISFY I It took the finest selections of TURKISH and DOMESTIC tobaccos and no end of skill and patient experiment to get this blend right Was it worth it? Say just smoke a Chesterfield fresh from the moisture-pro- of package. You'll say it was worth it, all right I Chesterfield CIGARETTES of TurJcish splsndiJ combination of aromatic Turkish tobaccos from Xactbi Ca valla and Domestic tobaccos blended , thtse of cho.le" T?n,UM Of -e- skillful atafal blsndioc i t : ( J Smyrna and 8amaoao Domestic tobaccos only lbs w proem cannot ! ? Thought one clean Shirt All He Needed. I mmanSNmSHSSSMasMSSlSHaNSellN F! WsHaHHBBHK' Club Boys Organize. Dodge Brothers MOTOR. CAR The undersigned hereby give warn-Vi- e to all persons not to tropins upon ur lands for any purpose whatever Is we will prosecute nil offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunt-e- n and fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkln, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs.' Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Hlgginbotham, Edd and N. 13. Price. S. C. Rfjrsby. D. M. Anderson. R. L. Barker B. L. Kclley. POSTED States It will puy you for the use of it. It guarantees with all the resources of its taxing power that it will turn the money back into your hands at tho end of an allotted time. And there will be interest on every dollar of it fur the full term of the loan. It Was Convincing. Crowds of farmers attended the annual inspection of the Experiment Melds situated at Paducuh, London, Muylicld, Russellvllle and Greenville. Thomas Cooper, A, E. Ewnn, Roberts, Morgan Hughes and Geof frey Morgan, representing the Experiment Station and the Extension Division of the College of Agriculture, i, uue the trip to the fields. I nrmcrs in all secttens of the stn'.i H'lll be interested In these flelds which show the effect of ground llmestcne and phosphate. Wherever these two materials were used heavy crop of clover and fine wheat grew. On the plcti v here no limestone and pliov-ite were used little clover and light wluat were produced. A poit.--l to the Experiment Station at LexNptjn will bring the figures. Not all the places where you might put your money arc safe. Some of the places where you might invest it are decidedly unsafe. You can't go wrong when you decide to loan it to your Uncle Sam. The interest is good and the safety of tho Invest ment is beyond question. So before you decide Just what you will do with any surplus funds that you may have It will be well for you tu look into what you can get from your own government. But Uncle Sam Is safe. He al ways pays. Look into the history of his other loans. Compare their value will be sold in Lancaster and Garrard County exclusively by KINNAIRD BROS. Phoae No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 19, 1919. BEYOND POWER OF EXPRESSION. Mrs. Henry Yater. Mr. and Mrs. Tolllver Cornett and son, Thomas, were with Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark on the Lexington road. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Yater were visitors Saturday night nnd Sunday of Jlr. and Mrs. William Barnes. Grow of Mr. and Mrs. Hobnrt Scotts Fork spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Evcrcttc Grow. Mrs. William Romnns of Lancaster spent several days the past week with Mesdames Davidson and Sutton. Mr. Charlie Smith arrived Wed nesday from France nnd Is now with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mr. Charlie Smith spent the week, end with his friends, Calvin and General Sowdcr on the Fall Lick pike. The .Mercer Produce Co. has been moved to the old Post Office building J. A. Ilratton, Manager. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Kllllon ami chit-drc- n were visitors Monday of Misses Lena and Susie Kllllon at Lancaster. .Mr. and Mrs. Everette Grow nnd baby, spent Sunday at Klrksville the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Hume. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Black are receiving congratulations over the of n fine boy, Born Juna 15th. His name Is J. B. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Galey, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hendrcn of Klrksville, were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. ami .Mrs. R. II. Ward. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus White nnd daughters. Misses Margaret, Ruth nd Sallie Lou were with Mr, nnd Mrs. John Broaddus Sr., Sunday. ,.Mr. John Broaddus Sr., sold hi. farm of 110 acres to Mr. bqalrc San ilers or Lancaster. Price fao nit acre. Possession given Jan. lit. Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey and Miss Nolle, Mrs. J. I., nntls, George and Herschel, were guests Friday of Mrs. William Romans of Lancnster. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and son, Virgil, of Boyle, Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Foley of Brndshaw Mill were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley. Mr. and Mrs. I G. Davidson and sons, Robert Batson and Glenn dor- don of Lancaster, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Carrie Davidson and M and .Mrs. William Sutton Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice nnd daugh motored from Richmond Sunday and ter, Miss Carolyn and little son, Leslie pent the day with Mrs. Carrie David sen. They were accompanied by Mr. Harry Rice who returned from 31 II IEZZ3C Deering Binders i 2 3- I "I Can't Say Too Much For Trutona", Mrs. Mason Firmly Asserts. Hentlerfon, Ky Juno 18th. 1'JIO. "I can't ay too much for Trutonn" was the grateful statement made recently by Mr.. Luclla Mnson, a well lave Tour Tires Retreads. Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e can half sole-a- nd cess of retreading-n- ot rebuild a tire at less than half price. DEERING AND JOHN DEERE. MOWERS, RAKES AND GENUINE DEERING TWINE. Place your order now for your binder. known Henderson woman of 1 C IV! Washington Street. "I had become so nervous I simply couldn't sleep at night,", she continued. "When anyone would speak to me unexpectedly I'd Jump and even the presence of anyone worried me. My appetite was very poor. "One bottle of Trutona has certainly given me wonderful relief. My nervousness has been so much relieved that I sleep soundly as a child now. And my appetite well, it's simply great. I'm sure I'd be In some sanatorium or some other place now, If I hadn't tnken Trutonn." Trutona is just what Mrs. Mnson's statement proves It to be a remark-abl- v efficient reconstructive tonic for 'weakened and run down men and women." Trutona is now being introduced and explained In Lancaster, at R. E. McROBKRTS DRUG STORE. 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, t Walnut Street. "- - " Propietor. Danville, Kentucky. " "" " (Advertisement ) BRYANTSVILLE ' Rev. 0. S. Connnt spent Saturday in Lexington. Mrs. G. A. Bowling has been spending several days at London. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Perkins were guests of friends in Nicholasville on Garrard's HASELDEN BROS. m "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" Sunday. Several from here attended the W. C. T. U. Convention at Harrodsburg Thursday. The Cultivator You Hear About HTHERE era a lot cf cultivators on the market. Some are good othera not so good. But there is one that nearly every farmer has heard about Internaticnd No. 4 Flvot Axle Cultivator Everjr mas that ha3 ever used an International No. 4 ii al Vftysr-a&- y to say a good word for itsclean work and easy opera lion. Every man that hat a boy c or over ought to put him in the field a Nc. t. Chinees ere lie will hie dad t doing a cleta job. You eta dodge in eroded tews and clean cut the weed, in a way that will tirpisre you. Thj is becauie the wheel, pivot and the fangs shift with cne alight notion of the (cot. Eiy It it the simplest cultivator you ever rode on. Vou can change the cultivating width without stopping the team. Juit a twist c! the vrUt. The or.!y way to satisfy youraeK that we not atrctching the truth and to to !ear afco'ii tl.e many ether delusive tie (catuict U the No. 4 it to come i' at car samples. wh tot In; Jul i t BECKER & BALLARD Bryantsvllle, Kentucky. Deere and Oliver Riding Cultivators $50.00, Deere and Wood Mowers $65 and $68.00, Binders, $215.00. Double shovels and five tooth Cultivators $5., Twin inch repairs, Brown and Brown Manley points. Walking Cultivators $12.50. American National Fence, Cultipackers, Cheap. Screen Pettus Scales, and Buck-Boardoors $1.50 to $2.25. Goods Exchanged for Liberty Bonds. d, J. R. MOUNT The Q Deal House. & CO. Miss Eliza Ison has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. A. T. Christopher, at Somerset. Several from here were in Danville Tuesday to attend the Carnival parade and ball game. Mrs. Marshall Guerrant of Louisville will arrive this week for a visit to Mrs. Hogan Ballard. Mrs. Moreland, of Miss., has been visiting her son, Mr. Owen Marshall Moreland and Mrs. Moreland. Highest prices paid for produce by J. A. Bratton, Manager of the Mercer Produce Co, at the old post office France Friday. building Misses Katie Barnes Dickerson and COLDS INTERFERE Minnie Mac Robinson of Lancaster, are the attractive guests of Miss ITH BUSINESS Stella Mae Grow. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Swope and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swope and Dr. King's New Discovery family motored to Crab Orchard Sunrelieves them and keep day where they spent a most delightyoULgolnjl ontho job ful day. Mrs. B. C. Rose was hostess at an FiftyTcootinuous'yeari 'of "almost elegant dinner Tuesday. Her guests unfailing checLingandrelieving coughs, were Dr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rose, colds and kindred sufferings it the Mrs. June Hunter, of Winchester, and Eroud achievement of Dr. King's Ne Miss, Mayme Lee Ballard. Grandparents," fathers,' mothers, the Hon. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard Uddics all have used and are usin( (t at the safest, surest, most pleasaat-to-tahave returned home after spending remedy they know of. several days in Indianapolis, where Sold by all druggists everywhere.x they attended the "Shriners" Con vention. En route home they stop Keep Bowels On Schedule' ped at French Lick Springs for n few .Late," retarded functioning; throw days. the whole day's duties out of gear. Keep the system cleansed, the appe Miss Marguerite Woolfolk and .Mr. lite lively, the stomach staunch with Bryan Ballard of Lexington, came Dr. King's New Life Pills. .Mild sad with over and spent the week-en- d tonic ia action. Sold everywhere. H. Ballard and Miss Mnymc Mrs. E. Ballard. Miss Woolfolk has just recently returned from a delightful "Around the Square Societies" are visit to Washington and New York. the latest in War Savings Societies. This plan had its Inception In Chlllo- "itotetlne'uiAoop'anJuJantiorcrou- a- cothe. Organizer George Adams visited several of the stores cn the public square and some of the salesmen in the various stores thought it would be n good Idea for them to club to COMPOUND gether nnd orgnnlzc one War Sav an! WhooplmCoutb are two of tie ings Society for all the business CROUP ot ebfidbuud. Tboutaodi .J know tha eillciencr ut rol.j's houses on the square. Other towns Compound, lor tbla reliabley JJon.r and Tar nmeuy baa been used taccesi-follare atfecting similar organizations. cistti eud cold tbree tsneraiious. lot and soothes It Uttet food the raw, inflamed surfaces; Daviess C'rjnt has just launcn-- a stops the rasping, strangling feeling in the throat-Wh- y very s'ronc i'.rn bureau. O.i .May wllu unknown. ontrid 7th Teaii Cot per of the Collet: experiment of tntxtttutes ur imitation, wbeu too can cat ttui Agriculture, n,tt the agricultural eenoiae Foley, at a "',.,,, , the iws.dvnU of the sixteen cousins no cciates or othar barmlul utnts. workt-:tfarm club, i.t.u r.cused the valui- - of SOLD EVERYWHERE. a Farri Bureau fe.r Daviess Count-.'- . Later twenty l'o lutinets men l a I the p'.m laid before them. A caiitpnigu for membershjp ms Is visiting pushc-- l the foicei used In the Lib Mrs. William Marsee erty Loan Drives. Five hundred an I relatives in Tennessee. businesj ir.on Mrs. Boyd Turner is the guest of sixty tAo farmers and becanm members and agreed to pay her daughter, Mrs. John Black. $5 annual dues. These funds will be Quite a number from here attendused to furnish the county agent and ed the circus at Lancaster Friday. the home demonstration agent with spent office's and stenographic help; also to Mr. J. II. Harris of Louisville Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J: L. equip and maintain a reading room Yantis and family. for farmers and a rest room for farmMatter Z. T. Rice Jr., of Richmond ers' wives. A matron will be In Mrs. charge ot the rest room to care for is visiting his grand-motheCarrie Davidson. small children left there while their purchases in Mrs. Tom Dalev and little ton. of mothers are making McCreary spent Monday with Mr. and Owensboro. Best can sell you privately at attractive price, a farm of 247 Acres, on Richmond and Lancaster pike, 5 miles from Lancaster and known as the JAMES N. DENNY FARM. This land is excellent state of cultivation, and will grow Corn, Wheat, Tobacco or Hemp. About 50 acres Blue grass that has not been plowed for 20 or 30 years. Is highly improved and one of the prettiest homes in the County. If interested in a good one call and look this over. I R. G. PAINT LICK, :"i Woods KENTUCKY. On The Square. FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR 15 PER CENT ' Launched Farm Bureau REDUCTION ON ALL GUY. ' TIRES REX CONN GARAGE 6 CONN, Proprietors. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 19 1919. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. UNITED i STATES KAILROAD TRATION Director General of Knilrcmiis ADMINISFEED CROPS TO LIVE STOCK Investigation Show Prcf.t From Feeding Steers cn Surplus Corn and Roughage. l.y ths I'nttnl mitt a of Aiirkulture ) Tlint the urnitlirrri farmer who rnl'cs n surplus nf turn nml fnrni rmmlinsn ill iimiket tlitm ill n liutiil.fiii ii ir"u" tlirolllil Wiitn nf bikhI iUnllty, when nml pmprly in rein n Icrilllilna i lenient nf the frith nn hi farm, I Ieirly shown In recent hy the I'd.lnl Stale ImesticHtlmi ill i!irini.-ii- t i f iinrleiilliire. Thi-hits of niiflu steers, crude milmnh tttn tn three years eM, nf n ilium ciwmI quality, inul iiveroslng nhuit .v.'.. pnmnh lit the hcMmilng of the oiperlment, wcrv fnl for tittiint me mmiih un full fe.il. The mil liillh In hit 1 r. i ii il.i.ly nllmv I tire nf Stt.l pound nf enrn slhise, T "iuinh nf niltmiM il meal, AM munih nf ftuuv; thn-- e nf hit 2, II7.I iunih nf mm illnae. 7.(1 Miunh nf nr enrn, :i inunih nf euttniii.i-i- l meal. Mel 2.11 ji.im.ih nf nut otniw; anil the lei'ri nf hit .'t, :!s.r munih nf enrn Unci-- , tl Htimh rnni, .1 ixiumh inttntKitil nietil, iilnl 'Mi tnitinih nf not stniw. At limrkitltii; time t ti trnu. nf ly. l.OI I iitiliimh iimtiii-iI- , iMii. nml l,i'i"l miutiih nn unlniiil, the nf hit 1 IhhIiik iirrnmiilhhiil a hilly p.iln nf IJTui iutlih. Ilm-- i- nf let l.fXi hiiiiii, nml the nnliiinh nf cmui :i, 1.7 Hiumh during the friil-tn- c Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares are now In effect to various Summer Resorts Providing Attractive Vacation Trips Following art-- round trip rate from Lnncnstur to nuarby resorts (war tax extra). $15.0(3 nine Uidne. Gil 31 1."? Diamond Springs, Ky. $11.01 Gallatin. Tenn. $ 'J.7C Irvine, Ky. . Maryvillo. Tenn. $10.20 $ 8.S2 Oliver SpriiiK's. Tenn $ 0.3-Torrent. Ky $ 1.08 Crab Orchard, Ky $10.2(3 Franklin. Ky $12.7(3 Hnrtsville. Tenn $ !!.2 London,, Ky S17..1-Murphy. X. (' $ 8.10 Smith Grove. Ky $12.71 Westmoreland, Tenn., For fares to other points or further particulars apply to local ticket awent. 1 ! (rramrnl Notice the Nobs They're scientifically placed to prevent skids and those dangerous side slips. nt Their firm, sure grip means safety. And yet, they don't "fight the road." Just the tires for our kind of roads. There are four other United States Tires every one of them a good VtorJ lii OjTf 'S'otbt' 'Chain' 'Uuo' Tai" tire. No matter what your individual needs may be, wo can fill them. Atciindrli, hy the worl'l . tin- - (Irmt. In nn 'tvrptlsn city tlMt 1 incir tn lis otiii.ftlou with tin' fnrnuu)- .iit ami 'rcnine completely modt-rnlid- . I'ul" fnorcd this nmliltlnn. fur tlx- - won- er that Cleopatra knew haxe been culiti hjr lire iir wipt away ly the rti. h n fliy of t mil.- mid mlilin, dominated by prosperous n nils ton deeply ntmnrliisl In the tnek richance lo he vnnuely In tho romantic side of their Ity. A'xfinilrln. fi.ninl.-- le tii cn On the Pike. Tlii old iiut'ntal pike. Hint mil nil 11 mail Mint ti.i In nri from Jlnry- unt limd to minnis, ultm ms1 nme shurp lirtli-nf drUlni: nml ninny nn mUrnturo nf tninl, The .SVw York Tribune till om story about Henry Oiiy, who wns sometime railed the Tiither nf tin- - Turnpike" lie wu Iniw-llnnliitii; the pike In n conch. when tin- - horse run and spilled hi in nut hcndlnni; Into the miry road. "Nn linnn done." he said when the drlur rushed In .rk him up. "Only u mor mixture nr iin)lnhlH sand with Kentucky tiny!" ft r When the jMirk mnile l rretlltril In the htiirx nf liitw U nml .'t, they uihl fnr enrn ut 70 nuts n liuhil, nml Hhii mnile iimt $11 ii hi iiil ITiiIlt, nr niniiiot in tniirli Incnnie ut resulted imnl-fei- l frnm the ( it m.,' teT-- . Wlthnut linen fnllnwliii: the utrers the teiillns; nf turn wnuhl lime ) n levt, irntltnlile thim feeillns (iitlnlivivl nielli iildtie. It rot fJAI tn liinke Id I Hiumh nf tain In the niw nf hit l,$l(I.Wfnrlnt2,nni$lll.7." fnr In! II, whi n' un Mirk credit Is Riven the utern, l!iuli leer In Intx 1, 'i nml 3 nmile n net lirnllt nf $15.10, J11.S7. mul $11. IS, htn no ireillt In chill the MnTK nf lilts Z :i fnr the mrk iiriHluced. nml Thh (Kirk credit iirnlmhly Hinounteil to nlHiiit $.1 ii teer. It h I'nrtlcularly nnti worthy thnt the hrlnkaee tn tnin-- lt to market nf thee' ruttle ilnrlni: n .'ll hnur ittn Umted States Tires are Good Tires We know United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them. Haselden Bros. Garage. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick- Our Occasional Offertory. Quite rlcht, Clara, they mil 'era stepfathers hecause they make the children step around. .now. lio was tro'i'deil wrllh chronic nlchtinnre and who frequently crhil out In ht-- r sleep niherthed for Ironni mid "with a fainllv who ,wr.nM not nliject to screamlnir In the r.lshr." Aeinnu'the nnswers she was one which asked: "Flow often wnnlil ynu require us to scream?" Ilostrri Transcript. in A Dunbar Male Quanet and Bell Ringers A Bunch of Southern Cattle. This company was organized by Ralph Dunbar of the original Dunbar Bell Ringers. The members of the company appear in solos, quartets and readings., They carry 150 hand bells of all sizes and play some of the best overtures and solo numbers. rnticed frnm M to ill pnuuih u hend, which lii'llcuti-- i that hlhitfe, whert 'rnierly fid In eonjuiii-tlnwith Rnilni, results tn les hhrlnkiiiie In trutitlt than where rattle lire fattened on rux uml marketei illreetly from paMure. The nteer l under fniisidcratloti In thin made rimhI kllllne record", the lulnir well covered with fat h uml cetienilly witlhfiictory. The of lot 1 uiade a drehklni; renml of fiS.2 per cent, those of lot -- . fi7.S per cent, ami those nf lot ,i, .'7.4 pot cent of tnarketnhle" meat. PROVIDE Lfok at the Dest In Sight. Favorite Dish. , at the let Itltn the linh t ,.t The Imlh and the hears tinally tako ' nml. when tl.olr lamb with mint sauci-I'nln,' nf tl !her ltoton tn Innk Trnrw!"'. j nil have found It. rmitiTi-irray at It rnth'-- r thim ut th" u ncr In the middle. It will he'p Animals and Earthquakes. many hard i!.irp. A. A. W'lllh, D. D. One nf the mysteries Mill unsolved that of the tome hy which the low. Dictaphone Calls Mother. rr nnlmah hecome nwnrc of the np-- t -- ich A dictaphone with a inetfaplmne and of earthquake". Illrds and rats niiipllrler In the receiv- ' line alarmed and try to escape. jn er h In 1'iipulnr .Mechanics Mac- to fnlnt shocks 'mine. With the receiver fasteneil to Tivly gives satisfactory explanation, the liahy's crih III the nuTfery upstairs, f . niiulern are very land the meL'nphnue ilaced In the par-h- a Si tttllvp. hclow, tin. nrruncement wnrks to Jlnthi-may pi uhiut , fathfactlnn. her hiuiewnrk, while hahy will ideep mundly, iimll-turhhy the imhe nf the llvlnir renin, hut If he woken, hh cries will he Instantly henrd downstairs. nnimn Attention Lamb Shippers. Women To assure prompt movement of all live stock from Central Kentucky points on tho Louisville and Nashville Kail Road, arrangements have just been completed for the handling of live stock from stations between Rowland and Richmond, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train leaving Lexington at 8:35 I. M. Schedule is as follows: ! SWINE WITH I SHADE Many Hogs Die During Summer Months If Not Given Protection of Some Kind. A BIG OPENING DAY FEATURE I ' at the I Hedpath CHAUTAUQUA Chautauqua. WEEK HERE Many Iioks die from the effects of heat diirluit the Hummer months. If there h no nntiirnl simile In the pas- Hire, places fhouhl he provided where the hou-- s iiuiy iret relief from the heat. A cheap and practical plan Is to hullil slush with roofs of poles and ptmvr. supported hy isists. This will allow the free circulation nf air, nml If the wuter supply U near, will enahle the hoes to puss the hot weather snfely. Hero Is a ccssapi to suffering women, from lire. V. T. l'rlce, of Public. Ky.: "I suffered with painful...", slio writes. "I pot down with a weakness In my back and llralu...I felt helpless nnd had about Riven up hopes of ever being well attain, when a friend Insisted I LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. Ky Lv Rowland 11:45 A. M. Ky Lv Gilbert 12:01 P. M. Ky Lv. Lancaster 12:15 I. JI. Ky Lv. Hyattsville, 12:45 I'. JI. Ky Lv Point Leavell 12:55 1'. M. Ky Lv Taint Lick 1:31 I. JI. Lv Silver, Creek Ky 2:00 I. JI, Ky Lv Duncannon 2:25 I. JI. Ky Lv Fort Estill 2:40 1. JI. Ky Ar Richmond 2:50 P.M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. Ky Lv Richmond 4:00 P. JI. Ky Lv Red Houie 4:30 P. JI. Ky '4:45 P. JI. Ar Winchester , CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. Ky Lv Winchester 4:45 P. JI. ' Ky Lv Wyandotte 5:09 P. JI. Ky Lv Avon 5:21 P. JI Ky Lv Fenwick 5:20 P. JI. ' Ky Lv JIontroe 5:55 P. JI. Ky 0:30 P. JI. . Ar Lexington CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 Ky Lv Lexington 3:35 P. M. Ky 4:00 A. JI. Ar Louisville The liourbon Stock Y'ilils is located on the rails of the L. nnd N. R. R. at Louisville, and live stock can be placed for unloading it"ncdiately upon jrriJi. thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling Central Kentucky shippers to market their stock the day after loading. Ship your Liv. Stock to LouiivllU, tht Soutk's Cr.atMt Mark.!. Take gjllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliv I LIVE STOCK NOTES I , Tlii Woman's Tonic I tesan Cardul. In a chort whlli) I a marked llfferer.eo... grew stronEer right I w r.-.- niiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Orphan luuiba can bo rulaetl on cow'g milk. When n few slus-are cured for pniperly ono may expect a flock In a short time. When lecumo hay Is used as a horse feed, tho quality should bo tood and Uie ijuuntlty fed limited. ... JUNE 25 TO JUNE 30. Season Tickets for All Five Days, $2.00 plus 10 per cent War Tax. acid. There ehonld be a pasture for the' rolls, so tout It will not be necessary) for them to follow the team Into la ... . alone, and It cured me. I am stouter than I haro leen In yiars." It you suffer, you can appreciate what It meens to bo ctronc and well. Thousands of women lro Cardut tea credit for their rood Iiralth. It should belli you. Try CarduL At all druggists. 3 THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 19. 1919 Binder Twiie 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 only f. o. b. Berea. Get your order in early and be sure of this big saving. WAGONS OUR NEW GARAGE WIRE FENCE Remember we are Head quarters for everything in wire CULTIVATORS All sizes, any kind you want. don't wait till you need one before buying. Let us ship today and then you are sure. If you could come over nd see yourself it would nlr.J Be sure and -I 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 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. tion and save you $25.00. us by "SAVE THE The best price in THIS world now at WELCH'S BIG STORE. fence. 4 ft. No. 9 Top only 55c. j OLD HICKORY. 4 ft all No. 9 onlv 80c. Heavy 4 point Barbed wire 80 12 4 Complete only ..$115.00, rod to spool, only $5.00. 3 ;n COmplete only $120.00 .. . . u . These prices are delivered to, ,, your station. Better get yours UCIUIC 9 1.2x15 Bal Wire only S1.7S Jket. jthey are all gone. a bundle. 3-- ... you, Make a pleasure trip to our store. It will pay you big dividends. See the greatest Furniture Department in Eastern Kentucky. The kind that reflects real character for the woman who cares. Our 17 departments are all full of interesting things for you. Seeing is believing. Come for we will both make money. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Cracks At Creation. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. The country will soon be in the conCut the weeds and make your Peculiar Ftel'rij. Americans and Yankees. Proper Food Important Telia had been III for ninny weeks. dition prevailing after the civil wit, premises look as presentable as possiAlthiin.'li I'nnnc'n N pirt of the 'An miin thlnkith no Is he." Yes; name One day when idie nn Mrnnger nnd hut alvu, "As n man eateth so dntn th nmtln'nt nf Amprir-- i, when y.u couldn't throw u brick m ble for Chautauqua week. The dove of peace has certainly not hud been put In a (hair. he slipped he lhlnk."vnr the brain, a part of American I limited tn citizen any l!rvt!on without hittii, a colonevinced the speed of the homing Is there anyone in town looking for of the United Inte. A real Yankee down tn the rt.Nir and stood for n mo- the Imdy, Is bttltqnfKid.- - 1n Angeles el or a major 01 at least a captain. a job, take any turnpike, ask the first Is supneil l.i have been bora ment on her feet. 'Oh," he nld, In 1 rod. If the Kaiser is tried for his part farmer you meet and you will be and rnled In iw of the New inland a much surprised oliv, "I feel heavy Peace the Copy of Wanted stntc, but nut!de of thN country the to myself." in the war he will come to the judg- given plenty of work. United States of World. U. S. Senate, name Is npptlod Indiscriminately to Treaty. Address ment bar no longer a prince "chid in Th day wilt eiime wVnc shall Washington, D. C The old first class rate of postage, people of the Unlttd States. shining armor," but an ordinary man realise nut nnly the brotherhood flt The Msklnj of s Match. 2 cents an ounce, will be restored but the essential unity of all,, upon his soul. Thorpe elves the fnllmilne proporThe Hed Army of Hungary is go- with a heavy burden July 1st. Glad something is coming A Russell Story. tions for milch bend nnd for striking mankind. All am brothers; all rhIN summer ing on with its cheerful Hie only a.ire way of getting these down, let us hope many other things drr n of the same father. The barriers A story that the late 0. W. II. flnv surface: PotasHead iiiiimsltlnii sports of massacre and 'loot. demobilized leys up t? breakfast will will quickly follow suit. sell told with guti was of n mayor sium ihlornt. live parts: ntnsliim which dlrlde nation nre artificial. I le to introducf an nrmy ljg!e into The early morning train is now In n north if Kngland town. Ill wor- Mchromal, tun parts; chio imwder. believe the lime N at tin ml when these We trust that none of this year's every home ship preented some eas for Hip sea three part"; gum. two part". Hnhblnc . barrier will full, like the walls of and have mother trained June brides will be numbered in the to sound reveille at the proper mom- running Sundays to Cincinnati and front, and had thl Inscribed on them: surface: Antimony trl'tillld. (lp parts; j Jirlihn. before nve trumpet sumThis would have been a boon "Presented In the tmrmish by thP nil phnvptmnn. three parts; mnngun-pi- e mon', when the banner of brotherhood return. crop of next year's June divorcees. ent. The cea Is dloxld, one nnd ime-hnl- f parts; nnd freedom will Mont forever over a in days ogone, but Cincinnati is now mayor. Aid. Ilomlns. glue, four parts. Klcctrlenl Kipcrl-- , new federation- - the United Motes of his nnd he mud,! It." Iindon Death and taxes are alike in their While in France "Ma" Burdick of dry, and who wants to be a camel. me nter. the World.--ToNlocertainty. Ilut you do get through the Salvation Army made the record with death some time, while taxes are of baking 342 pies in 12 hours. And Reeternal. even this was only a drop in the bucket of the doughboy's capacity for If the railroads are divorced from pics. government ownership, it looks as if gorilla their parting lequest would be for a A species of high-brolarge amount of alimony. which has developed the rudiments of speech is said to have been disWashington, June 17. President' Perhaps the Sick Man of Europe covered in the French Congo. lie Wilson hopes to leave Paris for Wash-- 1 would like to have Uncle Sam for a Graduate of Needles Institute of Optometry, Kansas City, Mo. probably says, "Is it warm enough ington about June 24th if the GerBut Uncle Sam is more in doctor. for you". mans sign the peace treaty. Immed-- 1 the soldiering business just now. .! With the Senate on one side and lately after his return he will address nerramm nrwl lUn mnln n InilP nf tVialf Everything around home has bethe League of Nations on the other, come too high for belief. Now hotel President Wilson must sometimes United States. rates have gone up, and many a man have n good idea of what the condiOF RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, Why De Thankful? has lost his last refuge from home. the upper and tions are between One good reason fur being thankful No one who observes the latest the nether millstone. all the time Is that you hne root wn bathing suits can doubt that the govter t drink, wholesome fond to put, operators must have and fresl- - nlr to breathe. These make Telephone ernment i request for economy in ' signal under It possible to (tijoy the kind of health material has been carefully followed. worn out the busy ownership. When the own- that brings the state ot good feeling This is the season when the owner ers have installed u new one it is to railed happiness. of a garden becomes diffusively gen- be hoped that the orjfators will use I erous with lettuce to his friends and it less frequently. Cause for Thankfulness. acquaintances and to any body who The first rennn for being thankful , A Pianist. will take it. in the morning Is that you have lived V.'hy lire some full, m set In their tn see the dawn nf another diy, with Speaking of vacations, the most n--k? n There's old Opportunity, fur apportunltlei to finish something We will examine your eyes and acurately fit them with Glass. delightful one that we could imagine I lie day before nnd to begin nome-thin- g Tor countless centuries nhe We use the latest improved means and methods in our examination of would be not to hear nor see nor Iiim hivn knorklng at people's clours. that jou may be able to do beteyes. think of the word "expense" for Why iloekn't the oldfii'hlonpcl thins ter than you have ever done anything Dip bark iefore. me the bell, come around tn about two weeks. If your eyes burn or pain you let us examine your eyes. door or elso peck on the window? And if Uncle Sam should go into When Virginia Seceded. If you can not read satisfactorary let us examine your eyes. Man of the Western World living On April 17 In ISO! the state conDattle of San Jacinto. the medical profession there is a Sick I The battle of Sim .Tnrlntn wnfc fonht vention, eomiwsed of the members of If your boy or girl was slow and backward in their studies at School last year, let us examine their eyes. right across the alley who would take j April 21. 1CVJ. 1.000 Met-- j the legislature of Virginia, passed the up a lot of Uncle's time. cani under Santa Anna nnd WW Amer "ordinance of secession" by vote of If your child is crosseyed let us examine his eyes. I trans under Sum Houston. Santa 88 to 83. Virginia. 11 days prior to If you wish to hear some choice Anna wax defeated nnd lie nnd 7.10 this, had refused to Join Ihp state nf We have done work in Garrard County for the past five years. Ask any vituperation listen to n robin scolding of hl men were raptured. 030 killed America: but the decision of thP Conone we have done work for. a cat from a point of vantage. In the and SOS wounded. The Teinn ln was federate lenders to Are upon Sumter way of vocabulary she could give 2 killed and 2:1 wounded. This bat- and Lincoln' cull for 75.000 volunWe have recommendations from people you know, and that will satisfy cards and spades to a doughboy tle dee(lp tin IniVp'ndence of Texas, teers oil April 1" turnpd the scale and you as to our ability and hoijesty. I and the ihv U i.'iserved In the state Vlrg'nla threw la her lot with the I fresh from Flanders and beat him at j , as a holldiy. South. that. President Wilson to turn to Washingtin the Last of the Month. W. S. TAYLOE, 0. D. SPECIALIST it EYE SIGHT Will be in Lancaster, JUNE 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th at the Hotel Kengarlan. Iteen t l