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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 26, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919062601_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 26, 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 26. 1919. TODAY THIRTIETH Y1AR NUMBER in. LIEUT. COL. BROWN, 60 DEAD, 100 HURT, TORNADO'S TOLL British. Ntlr of Ml. Vernon Now Controller of Shipping On The Caspian May Vitlt Old Horn. This Republican Candidate to Speak Here Former Garrard Boy Awarded Honors By More Than Twenty Big Business Buildings Wrecked At Fer- gus Falls. GERMANS BIG INCREASE IN WILL SIGN YIELD OF WHEAT Peace Saturday Afternoon July (2th at 2 P. Treaty Ready Oats Affected By Cool and Signature of GerWet Weather, But many May Be Affixed Hay .Crop Has Made Excellent Growth. The crop report for Kentucky, is sued by II. F. Bryant, Federal field agent of the Agricultural Depart ment, under date of June 12, follows: With numerous reports of short or poorly filled heads and some damage from rust nnd loging, Kentucky's 14,707,000 wheat crop promises bushels, compared to a prospect early In May for 16,527,000 bushels, f.ast year the final yield turned out 12,- 129,000 bushels, whilo the five-yeinclusive, was only average 1913-1- 7 9,802,000 heaviest bushels. The damage has been apparently, In Southwestern nnd Western Kentucky. Oats did not do so well during the cold, wet weather In May rij might have been expected, but ore now doing welt except where too badly drowned out. The condition is now 9G per cent, of normal and the average about 388,000 acres, 3 per cent less than 1918, Indicating a production of about 10,429,440 bushels. Rye shows a condition ot 98 per cent, of normal. With about 02,000 acres in the State to be harvested of grain, this indicates a production of approximately 850,710 'bushels. Barley acreage in Kentucky this year is about 2 per cent less than 1918, or about 0,800 acres, probably due to increased Burley tobacco acreage. Practically all the barley Is 9G per cent of normal, indicating a production of about 203,554 bushels. Hay has made fine growth, but much of the first cutting of alfalfa was badly damaged by wet weather. Condition of clover is 96 per cent, with the acreage about 3 per cent, less than 1918. Alfalfa condition is 96 per cent because many farmers had to delay the first cutting until the second growth shoots from the crown got so long theyyere clipped by the mower. The acreage is about the same as In lj)18. Apples are Irregular. Many or chards had practically all apples killed by the late freeze, but some orchards have a fair crop. The average is about 35 per cent ot a crop. Peaches are about 33 per cent of a crop, while pears are only about 2G per cent. Pasture excellent sill over the State. Truck crops are growing fine, but melons) were severely checked by the cold wet weather In May. Blackberries promise a bumper crop practically all over the .State. S.. . ' -.-- I'KROUS FALLS, MINN. - Tut 'slssBsiSsK phone comrnunicatltns from Fcrgua Falls and the nearby storm-strlckc- n A special from Mt. Vernon la the territory to other cities in the state was reitotcd Inte Monday nfternoon Courier Journal says: k "Word has been rccclvcil hero of ar.d over the tclcphcnc Adjt Gen another .promotion for James McKtn-xi- e George W. V Uhinow gave nn csti-matof ditty dead from Sunday eveDrown, ion of Mr. Ceo William nrown nnd the Ute James Harvey ning's tornado. Mere than twenty large business Crown. He It Juit 30 years oM and it now n Lieutenant Colonel In the buildings wire wrecked and every British nrmy. Ho hail been living in building In the downtown business The upper London for pome time irior to the district was damaged. jftwisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH outbreak of the war and enlisted in story of the courthouse and Joil was olT but Sheriff John Dillings, the navy. He toon rose to Captain, blown dlsplo'nir wonderful courage nnd Mr. Dillings and live prisoner esship caped injury. The postofficc and kill. He never lost a monor nnd for this he was decorated by Kirn; library were badly damaged. Ester-villGeorge N. Woodhouse, of Gcorj-- e with the Distinguished SerIona, owner of the demolished Attor thii he was sont vice Order. to Mesopotamia nnd nt the sicgo of Graud Hotel, nrried In the city n few Bagdad he mas put in the anr.y with minute before the storm struck, to the title of Major and served imlcr take personal clnrge of the hostelry (ten. Maude loe and Ir.'.n'SH He was killed under the ruin. Dr friendship betvccn the two develop V. W. Cowan, McKeesport, I'n., tra i mot r tour, made Mijcr ellng thru MInnesotn-o- ii At the tlnw le ed one of llu 'ourtii t iteration had expected to spend Sumiay in r.t in direct line to wear tint title, the Fergus Falls nt tho Grand Hotel, but first MaJ. llro-i- i being the, I.Mc MaJ. lost his way and was delayed by mudHe was at Lake Park, A. J. Urown, of Garrard, his great dy reads. nearby, when he saw the tcrnntlo, grandfather. Lieut Col. lirown comt-- s of twe and hurried into the city to help in families long pronvnent In public life the rescue work. Two member of the federal grand Hi father wa the In Kentucky. locngest county attorney ever elect jury panel were in the Northern Pac ei In the State, choien by the voter ific railroad station and clung to the. at the nge of 21, and bis uncle, Judge office safe, while the storm swept K. G. William, was the youngest the station nway over their heads. ,KING SWOPE Between sixty and seventy persons County Judge ever elected In KentucRepublican Candidate for Congress ky. He Is n cousin, of Frances Scott were killed and more than a hundred Key, author of "Tlic Star Spangled were badly Injured by the tornado. TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT. THE EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL Ilanner", nephew of the fifth genera- - Thirty eight bodies have been re McKcnzie, who fought covered. tlon of Jack Uefore entering into cn active cam- clothing because of the high prices State troops began searching the paign for the unexpired term in Con- and taxes. in the Battle of New Orleans, and a Robert II. Crow, wreckage shortly after daylight. It gress, which is to be decided by a cousin of the late I fcUnd for the interests EIGHTH h believed more than a dozen bodies special election on the 2nd day of Au- of the tobacco m.d hemp growers nnd who fought in the Spanish-America- n are buried in the debris which was the gust, I think it only fair to the voters, farmers of this district end am in fa War. Fifty persons were in whose support 1 desire, to let then I'or of a tariff on Manila hemp which Lieut. CoL Urown is a nephew of Grand Hotel. George F. Drown, of Garrard, who this building when the tornado came. know how I stand on some of tho comes in direct compctiori with hemp ha a son, Jame It. Urown, still in About thirty ot tlunn are dead. grown In Kentucky. n.ore important questions. the aerrice In France; and first cousN4XTH I aiu In favor ot ."revis HRST I am in favor ot. ctonowy in of II. Stanley'Gulley. with the nnd retrenchment in tho ndninUtra-tic- n ion of the Court Martial system now In American Army of Occupation of the business of the Federal prevailing in our armies under which Germany, who wn on the firing line Gcvernmcnt a,id to that end I am in Injustice mnsqunrades in tru? guise of at Verdun for ten week. He exfavor of the nbclition of nil mole? JuUlce and under wliicjj ttan? men pects to visit his "Old Kentucky clTii-i- i and bureaus and favor the es- arc given unjust nnd stVcre, punish Off. home" thl summer. Since the sign tablishment of a national budget sys- ments for trivial and minor ofTenscs. Ing of the armistice he has been made I am In fevor of alLcneasTENTH The auction sale of choice lots ad tem. The national de'ot shonld be Controller of Shipping on' the Cas ures promoting education arid good vertlscd in this and the last issue of wiped out by economy rather than plan Sen, with headquarters at Ilaku, roads and in all public utterances taxes. where he has 9,000 men under him. the Record has been called off, the I stMid fcr a reduction have advocated such. SECOND lots having been sold privately to He has been decorated for bravery All of the above questions are of Messrs R. G, Woods and David Her and modification and simplification of three times by the British govern vey. the income tax; the repeal of taxer on vital interest to all of us, and If elect ments The United Realty Company under clothing, shoes, soft drinks and other ed I will devote my time and energy the management of Oliver T. Wal- articles of retail embraced In the to the principles above enumerated and will represent the people of this Tax." lace had advertised this sale very ex- "Semi-Luxur- y I am in favor of absolute district and not the politicians, THIRD The first program of the Redpath tensively and everything indicated propose to wage this campaign nlong Chautauqua opehed Its engagement that a bumper sale would be pulled nutlon wide prohibition. FOURTH I am opposed to the the line of issues, facts and business yesterday afternoon with a splendid off, but the flattering offer made by Per number both afternoon and evening, the above parties could not be de principles of government ownership and not abuse or personalities. as It tends toward socialism and de- sonally, I have only the highest reThe Dunbar Male Quartet and Bell clined and so was sold privately. stroys initiative, enterprise and com- gard for Judge Hardin, who has held Ringers was the opening number and petition which are the best rocks of public offrcc for tho past twenty has always been popular both in I have never offered for pub commercial and industrial progress. years. Chautauqua and Lyceum orguniza For these reasons I nm In favor of lic office before. I was born at Dan tiotu. They appear in solos, quartets returning the railroads, the telegraph vllle, Ky., educated at Centre College, ami readings nil of them being worthy and the telephone lines to their own-e- n graduating in the class ot 1914; grad and popular with the nudience. nt the earlist practicable date and uated from the Law School ,of Ken Mr. KIwoo.t T. Ballet- I nm In favor of the protection of the tucky State University and admitted entertained the packed tent lnt night with his lecture, the subject being Last Monday was about the dullest employes with respect to safeguard- to the Bur in 1015 and began the practice of my profession. In 191G Gleaned From court day seen In Lancaster In mnny ing their pay. "America's To-da- y FIFTH I nm in favor of a protect- I rus Elector on tho Republican ticYesterday's 'Over There' ". He told month. Few people were in town At the In an exceedingly interesting manner and those that came seem, to have hud ive tariff that will protect American ket for the Eighth District. the rroblcms that confront the Amer little business It rained most of goods nnd American labor from for- outbreak of the war I enlisted and ican people today nnd his experiences the day nnd lots of farmers were re eign goods manufactured by cheap was soon commissioned a Captain of nt the front,' where he was a welfare setting tobacco, as it was the first labor. A sound protective tariff would Infantry and served in that capacity put millions of dollars into our na- until hostilities ceased, when I asked worker for several months, was thor "eason" here In o month. my discharge. I feci that I nm oughly enjoyed. Politics seemed the topic of the tional treasury yearly and thai money for Mr. Bailey is well qualified ft) represent the best inter remembered here where ho spent o day, with those who enjoy talking of would come from- - Europe Instead of week as Superintendent of the Chau such tldngs, most of the interest be directly out of the pockets of Ameri- ests of the people of this district nnd tauqua five years ago. He made Ing centered on the successor to can taxpayers. I stand for the pro- that I am especially qualiOedi'to repmany friends who remembered him Judge Hardin, when he resigns his tection of American laborers both resent the interests of thor'e' vrto have no pleasantly and were delighted to scat as Judge of this Judicial Dis with rp.nfrt In enip nml .wnrVIni, been In the military service and those ! conditions. who had or still have husbands, see him again. trict. SIXTH. I denounce the incompe brothers or sons In the service. Mr. II. O. Echols makes his first Twi candidates having already an- In conclusion I desire to thank my appearance here ns superintendent nnd mingled through tho small crowd tence, the Indifference und the delay but has already made a host of nour.ced, were on the grounds early of the officers and personnel of the Republican friends who sq graciously friends nnd his work goes a long most of the day. They were Hon. liurcnu of War Risk Insurance in for- indorsed me unanimouily nt the Lexway toward the success of tho Chau- Kendrick Alcorn, of Stanford nnd warding the Class "A" nnd Class "B" ington convention and tendered mo allotments to tho families of men in tills nomination u few days there' tauqua. Splendid programs will be Hon. Henry Jackson, of Boyle. That delay wm utter. I wish them to keep in mind offered every nfternoon nnd evening, Each of the splendid gentlemen tho military service. Is n special one nnd closing next Monday night. have n goodly following in this county criminal In many imtanccs, I un lu'thnt t.ds electien (ttd they together with their friends favor rf nn Investigation of the dc- - cnurury to tlic usual rule conies on , the 2r-of August. I desire also were telling the people of tho good nartme nt und punishment of tbj guil-J ,0 thank my friends of the Democra- inerltj of each. The raco promises ty rttttit s. who realized that the war In SEVENTH- - I stanu for tho (nime to later on in the cam-inlgmeasure has broken down "a when others who nre thinking diato wl;hi!rawal of all Anuilcar-sol- P. of entering may shy their lint In the dicrs from Russia or" Incrcasine them P"r'y "nes and urged ir.e tq pmke this pledged me their support In to sufficient nuniben to protect them-- 1 mce M., on SATUR- ring. . election. Remember the day to selves. The men, who wore tho khsU. vote August 2nd. bore tne brunt of thH i.r und jiu to ropreieiitatlun und ci.ii!!drfV KING SWOPE. ,9:45. Curt Jett spoke to a small audi- itlon, 'I favor ut least three mcnthu ence last Monday evening at the etru pay for nil enllstca men wna Court House. His. - theme being. sl.V.l be honoraii. dllcln:e 1 frum El Vamplro powder will do tlio He Is a the ri,iy and navy at the ruli of thii "From Prison to Pulpit". sleep. to date ot ii(hcrgc T'n SliQ.nij Co. very interesting talker and seemed U'.s pay it lecently ul.'uwed th'.v.i wru not work while you Storme 10 cents a box. Drug Store. impress all who heard h'm w'.a ( earnestness. (r.ityt'. to equip them in fyvilian Summr. ttHS! BESf'.w ja yHI rajB 'in Friday afternoon probably will witness In Versailles the signing by Germany pf the peace treaty of the allied and associated Powers. The Gcrmnn nleninotentiaries. armed to affix their signature to document which is. In a measure,- to rehabilitate Germany In the eyes of the greater part of the world as no longer am enemy Power, are due to arrive in Versailles Friday morning. Hcrr Mueller, Foreign Minister in the now- - Cabinet of Ilerr Bauer, is plcniptontiory. Dr. Hnnicl von Hnim- expected to be the chief German hnusen, who was to have signed the treaty for Germany, having resigned from the peace delegation, not desiring to hnve the onus of sealing the compart, to the terms of which he and other high members of the Government object, fall on his shoulders. Even tiie new Premier in Gennf ny continues to express indignation over Germany being compelled to meet the allied terms. In his latest address before the National Asrcmbly nt Wei mar Pnucrvns quoted as having said: "Let us sign, but it Is the hope that to the last breath this attempt against our honor may one day recoil against (ts authors." The new Italian delegation to the Ponce Conference, made necessary by thj resignation of the Cabinet of Signer Orlando, also is expected to reach Versailles Friday. It will be headed .by Signor Tittoiii, Foreign Minister. tc GOV. BLACK Asks Members of State Book Commission To Resign. Frankfort, Ky Governor Black asked the members of the State Text Book Commission to resign when they convened In his office last week. Prof. E. R. Alexander, of Western Kentucky State Normal' School, at Bowling Green, refused and a number .of others followed his lead. The Governor, addressing the Commissioners, reviewed their appointment and their adoption of school books, which was recently declared invalid. He said: "That their acts had been criticised with some justice; that tho public sentiment s against them, He declared that he had no power to remove them, but thought that the best interests of the state would be served If they would quit. Prof. Alexander In reply asserted that the commission was composed of young men with futures before them and that they had followed his guidance in construing the law which was cap, able of various interpretations. "For one", he said, "I woudl not think o'f resigning unless forced J;o." PAINT LICK LOTS Sold Privately. Sale Called Chautauflua Opens. Swinebroad's Next Sale Dates. s MORE POLITICS Than Business Here Last Monday. NOTICE. Our Store will close every Evening at SIX except DAY Evening when it will close at would appreciate our patrons keeping this immind. The Joseph Merc. !' "l ad Curt Jett Speaks. Swat ThattFly. G. B. Swlnebroad, the Real Estate Man, informs us that he will hold sales on the following dates: 1G0 acres of fine kind in Garrard county in the Camp Dick Robinson section, near Bryantsville, on July 15th; 230 acres, five miles from Lancaster In the Hubble section on July 10th; 200 ncrei in Pulaski county, near Somerset, on July 21. One of the best hog sales made In All of these farms are attractive this county during the season was propositions und Swine-broa- d made this week' when V. A. Lear and will sub-diviand sell them in Company purchased of Mr. Hiram separate tracts. Ray seventy head of hogs that Watch Urn papers for description brought a total of $3,889.36, or near ot these different tracts of land. You ly $GG. a head. These hogs were all know Swlnebroad never takes over raised by Sir. Ray on his farm near anything unless it Is a proposition Buckeye and Mr. Lear tells us'it was thjt nrpeals to he buyer. Also on the best car load of hogs that has July 23rd, he will hold a sale of the shipped from Garrard county In Aberdeen-Angu- s been herd of cattle for five years. Mr. R. II. Crow, near Shelby City, and The average weight of the hogs was also c lot of other personal property, a little less than three hundred stock, farming implements, etc., at pounds. They were shipped to the the same time; Swlnebroad having Cincinnati market yesterday. just recently sold at private jnle Mr. Who can beat It? Crow's farm cf 270 acres to Tom ' ; MetcnJf at $200.00 per acre, hence tho rale cf this personul property A very good crowd attended the public sale ,lots on the Cook farm recently pnrchaeed by J. I. Hamilton Rev. nnd Mrs. C. D. Strotlier have ' and James W. Smith. cause to be happy, for a fine boy arThe home and twenty four ncres rived at their heme last Saturday that was sold for Mr. Smith brought morning. The young minister has a total of $ 16,410 or something like been christened "James Robert" and $3,000 more than Mr. Smith gave for his proud father says he is the finest it about three weeks ago. ever. The house and 1 1 acres were bought Ly Haselden Brothers for 39,850; and tho lets nearer to town We wish to call attention, of our were purchased by different parties Aberdeen-Angsale and sold from ?500 to $700 each. 4re.8?,e ,toth! Robinson and Phelps Cobb Several lots beyond the residence of Flunk held at 'ho latter farm two milC00 to $750 to be sold rapidly at from es south of Danville next Satuiday. each. Col. Boliver Bond "cried" the Beside the cattle some choice Southsale and did It well. down sheep wilt be sold. Everything The property was sold by the Unigoes for the high dollar. ted Realty Company, of Lexington, Thrift Stamps will stick when, a cf which Oliver T. Wallace U man-age- r. A good Land waj cn hand. fellow needs a friend. Who Can Beat This? Cook;Frm Sells Again. it Young Minister. Cattle Sale The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 26, 191 9. BIG AUCTION MEDIUM AND HEAVY HORSES Art Now for Market Preferences Drafters .and Southern Chunks, According to Reports. tti I'tiltH flutes Dfimtt-mer- it of Agriculture.) Althonch here on forms slightly decreased In number In the United State. In 1018, tills cencrnl fnct I by no mean true In nil It I true In the North from Hie Atlantic Or n to Iunn nnl 3Hourl, and on the l'nrlflc ro.it, but tho reverse. Is of the South, nml the fnct In one-holIn nearly the wholo reclon between the Mississippi rlter and the coast stales, except Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, nntl Oklahoma. In the North nml In the rnclflc Mates the kind of hore that I pre-ferron ami off farms Is changing. The automobile owner iloes not want n driving horse nnd the fanner with n an nutcmnblle does not need n horse n work animal that will Io serve as n rond horse. Medium nnd heavy draft horse are the new requirements. This tendency Is reflected In rrlrc. In the Chlcaso market the mean price of draft hones rose from $171 In the to J213 In 1014. flvo years, lOTl-inThe mean price declined In the early In lOlfi, but period of the wnr to In 1010, fell to JI12 ascended to In 1017, nnd recovered to $221) In 1018. or 20 per cent above the mean price The clan of the fire years. lPOl-lim.of horses known In the Chtcnco marhail the mean of 14H ket ns "cem-mlIn the first flvo years of the century and reached ns high n mark as 1(T In 101.1, but the mean for 1018 was $152, or 0 ier rent above that of the five years. Carriage teams and drivers are small features of the market. There Is little il moiid for-tlicand the supply corre-Som- R However, hhowy carriage ttnms sold for fl,VM to $10,000 In 1918. "I!uers nnd trammers" have been fully out of the market for several years. The active southern demand for the "southern chunks" sent the mean price In Chicago from $01 In the flvo years 1901-1W- 3 to !VS In 1013, followed by $88 In 101.',. $109 In 1010. $03 In 1017, and $90 In 1018, a gain of 45 per cent In 15 years. Hence,. In tho vicissitude of preference and unpopularity In the various sections of the country, on farms and off, tho nverate price of a horse on farms In the United States, all aces trrepsrrd by Next Time-B-uy TRES FABRIC Non-Ski- d Fisk 3& TUBE Fits all makes of casings ' 40 Choice Lots Opposite that are built right and are sold right High School IN Price of 30 x RED TOP Non-Ski- d THAT GOOD TOWN Casing Casing $19.15 $25.75 $3.65 . PAINT LICK, SATURDAY. JUNE SHINE This Sale will last but 50 10: KY. Prices reduced proportionately on all sizes. Haselden Bros A. M., RAIN or 281b FISKC TIRES Household Hint. Tn mnke n cheap filter, tnke a larre Hum it it anI stop the hole w ith r. -lonee. PmiT. wtlh a few Inches of Is'ttdrreil rhsreonl; fill with water, ar.t let It stand over n pull supported by inn or three sticks. The water fllmrlnc through the rh.trronl win fried from nil Impurities. The rh.in real should be changed every thriT months. Worst cf Answers. certain Knns Oty physletan will nrver know Ju.t .. near ileniti hens Mi other day when, aftrr ft thnr-im- h examination of prolmhlr Ihr brlehle.t. nMeetet and nltiirriher so-t1(l,r ire iiln' tnntiili-,.- i (n(, world, the mother a.kcdt "Well, what do yen think atut my bahyr and nld' "Oh. It's n normal baby." Kntias ritjr Star. A minutes so be on hand promptly at hour AND FREE Valuable Presents and Souveniors WUSIC Simply as an inducement to secure a large attendance and to create some fun and amusement, mingling pleasure with business, Valuable Souvenirs and Presents will be given away FREE, and whether a buyer or merely a spectator, your chance at the presents is the same, if you are on hand promptly at 10: a m. 3y EXCEblsENT THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. TERMS VERY EASY! OWN YOUR OWN HOME! Capitol 450,000. Surplus 430,000. These lot3 will be sold right on the ground so you can see what you arc at this sale. We have buying, and REMEMBER, there will be no been in business 10 years, and we have sold land from the Great Lakes to the in any crowd. In the past you Gulf, and never yet have we placed a 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 A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vlce-Prci- t. S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. J. R. HARRIS. Individual Book-keepeHUGH MOB LEY, General "YOUNG MAN, OWN A SPOT O F WHERE!" Carnegie. GROUND SOME- - Safety Oeposit Boxes For Ren!. No one will disagree with us when we say that Real Estate is the Root of Riches, the basis of all wealth, and is positively bound to increase in value: millions of people being born every day, but no more real estate being madejwillyou place your money in automobiles, pianos, and wild cat stocks, or will you place it in the bosom of Old Mother Earth, and 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. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormcs, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. A Good Type of Draft Horse. BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO IS: PARTICULAR Included, climbed from $53.47 on Jan-nar- y 1, 1001-100to $111.40 In 1011, after which the decline was Irregular ta $93.48 on January 1, 1010, according to rtiwrts of the Bureau of Crop Etl-mateUnited States Department of Agriculture. Tho market preferences nro now for drafters and southern chunks. Attention Lamb Shippers. To assure prompt movement of all live stock from Central Kentucky points on the Louisville and Nashville Rail 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 ns follows: THAT: This property is being subdivided into lots and tracts and will be sold so you can get any size you want. FEED OAT STRAW TO HORSES Gives Nearly as Good Results In Feeding Animals at Light Work as Timothy Hay. Oat straw gave nearly as good re sults In feeding horses at light work as timothy hay, according to an experi ment at tho Missouri experiment sta- THAT: tion of the property and the purchasers. class n. 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 P. 31. Lv. HyatUville, Ky 12:45 P. M. Ky Lv Point Leavell 12:55 P. M. Ky Lv Taint Lick 1:31 P. M. Ky Lv Silver Creek 2:00 P. M. Ky Lv Duncannon 2:25 P. 31. Ky Lv Fort Estill 2:40 P. 31. Ky Richmond Ar 2:50 P. J!. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO, 94. Ky Lv Richmond 4:00 P. 31. Ky Lv Red House 4:30 P. 31. Ky Ar Winchester 4:45 P. 31. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. Lv Winchester Ky 4:45 P. 31. Lv Wyandotte Ky S:09 p. 31. Lv Avon Ky 5:21 P. 31. Lv Fenwlck Ky 0:23 P. 31. Lv Montrose Ky 5:55 P. 31. Lexington Ky Ar 0:30 P. 31. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 Lv Lexington Ky 8:35 P. 31. Ky Ar Louisville 4:00 A. 31. uuu.uuji jocaiei on the lai i of th f ins vr i nt Louiivllle, and live stock con be placed for unloading Immediately uion. arrim, thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling Central Kentucky shin, pers to market their stock the day after loading. Ship your Live Stock to Loul. viil., ,h. Soulh'i Cr..t..t A moderate building restriction will be placed on these lots We are going to make this a high for the protec- THAT: This is the highest, healthiest and most beautiful location around Paint Lick. THAT: .. X , . Those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own these lots, three years 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." horses l tion. In each en so were fed 15 pounds corn nnd rob meal s pounds oil nnd one and meal dally. At the North Dakota ex periment station It was found that horses when fed oats or bran and shorts needed about a fourth more grain feed when fed oat straw than when given upland prairie hay. WATCH THESE LOTS INCREASE IN VALUE. But will you stand and watch the other fellow reap all the benefit? Get In on the ground 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 28th, AT 10:00 A.M. ; Ladies Always Welcome At this Sale Specially Invited, i 1IIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL I LIVE STOCK NOTES I sillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllr. rienty of exercise for the sow U Important If healthy pigs are desired Rape will make a good hog pasture earlier than anything else we can son la the spring. Toe outlook for lire stock raising li brighter than that of ratting crops to be sold before the farmer1 profit can be bad. As soon as the pigs will cat, which at four or five weeks of sge, they should be fed separately from their dam. lu usually The United Realty Go LEXINGTON, KY. O. T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr. Marktt. THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 26 191 9. CHANDLER SIX $5795 Electric fans and ice cream soda and "Come in, the water's fine", came on the stage together ahead of their cues with a rush this year. The appearance of white bread hi Germany is said to have done rr.oie to calm public feeling than oil th speeches of alt the diplomats, Mexico has always been the Very unfortunate, of Trouble. for In the constitution of things it cannot keep its trouble to itself. Desiring to commit suicide, Prince Charles cf Roumanla shot himself in the leg. He must have a singular idea of the location of the vital organs. Some of the senators are already taking olT their coats and rolling up their sleeves In anticipation of the president's return with the League of Nations covenant In his pocket. "Rush!" 2 FOR SALE ' 4 J By CECILLE LANGDON " tCoprrUht, Kfflc 1st, br the Wttttrn Unlua ) se4 Ntwa-papt- One Team of young mules, Two good driving mares, SINGLE A few COMU BROWN LEGHORN hens end roosters. LIBERTY BONDS AC. CEPTED. i picture, but pitifully pnor ami Iwther, rdirhtpen, pretty at was a dreamer. Not that sin ll'I not dn lier share In the practical realties of lift-- , but In the absence' ot ERLE C. FARRA Box 272. Lancaster, Ky. Chandler Dispatch for a year past, has outsold nil other The Chandler factory has been unable to build this car in quantities which could fill the demand. Its popularity Isone of the high spots in motordom. And now comes the new series Dispatch a snappy, handsome car. Thousands of alert Americans, who appreciate Chandler quality, welcome the new Dispatch. You, too, will be delighted with It If you wish a really good car, with style in design and beauty in finish and unexcelled in its ability to perform. The new series Chandler Dispatch is handsomely upholstered in bright finish hand buffed leather. It seats four passengers in the ultimate degree of comfort. Its finish is in the beautiful new Chandler Rainbow Blue, richly lustrous. The New Series THE Chandler Dispatch, of the sport type. If passenger and freight rates go up to the point where we all have to walk and carry our goods, we wilt begin to suspect that the railroads are run for the benefit of the employes. The Church of the Brethren, which has just held its annual conference presents an effective barrier to the H. C of L. It does not permit its members to wear hats, neckties or JewelryThe National You are ashed to pity much more for cars which mlifht perhaps be compared with the Chandler. And cheap cars sell for but little less Earlr Orders Will Be Given Early Delivery Stitm. Smrntimttr Cwtuklt rnf SlifS hmflanrnfer Car, SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES iHiptltk Our. tlltS CtmrertMr Ctmpr. VH5 All rntn J. .. . ChnUmi Hccdmr, SIPS X;J Illip-j- , WJ DANVILLE A. E. WILLIS KENTUCKY. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO NOTICE Voters Of Garrard County. 3pcUI RprtnUilv EUclton For Th EUctlon of In Cong rati from TU Elthlh Dlitrlct Of Kentucky. PROCLAMATION. "Whereas there ! a vacancy exist-Iin the office of Representative in the Congress of the United States, for theiKiehth Congressional Diatrict of Kentucky composed of the coun-tiof Adair, Anderson, Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Shelby and Spencer, by reason of the death on March 2nd, 1919, of the Honorable Harvey Helm, wlia waiTCKulnrly duly elected at the regular election on the Cth day of November, 1918, and, WJicreas, the Congress of the United States will convene at early date in extraordinary session of indefinite duration, now, therefore, It is ordered that an election for representative in Congress from said Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky shall be held in each voting precinct In the counties aforesaid on Saturday, August 2nd, 1919, for the purpose of filling the vacancy us nforcsaid, und in compliance with the law in such case made and provided, It is directed that this proclamation be twice published in the Dnnvltlu Tint tired, worn-ou- t feelinir li caused br a Advocate, of Danville, Boyle County, n system. Ky and the Richmond Register, of i ou net a in iron tonic to rebuild tiiiue quickly to send rich, red Richmond, Ky two dally newspapers blood courting thru your body to of general circulation In said district, supply the elements that have sulci become cihautteJ. at least twenty days before A copy of this proclama election. Acid Iron Mineral tion will bo sent by mail immediately It prescribed br physician! In all to the sheriff of each county in said cases where a tonic is indicated, district and the said sheriffs of the because it Is the most powerful counties named above, will hold and natural iron tonic known. Aria Iroa talartat I. conduct said election at the said time ar attv. aaa cw ta yea ,,t m II ctuan Irani oar and in conformity to the Statutes Mitral madid all lra aoll It MimmI,H U, lu.l irpMil It tat fMJIt wtria made and provided for general elec eat I. Ml to bt mlwl vuk camlet! r trMf.4 UUnt, Pgwlittlf ltt tet UJtrt tions. Ut leete at cat.. Ul ifrvu Given under my hand as Governor , Get a bottle from your drug- of'the Commonwealth of Kentucky ut f;iit today, take as directed, and fere days you will notice an the Capitol in Frankfort this 12th Improvement In your health. day of May 1919, and in the One FttRODMI CHEMICAL CORP. Hundred and Twenty seventh year of tMooke, Vtrslttlaa the Commonwealth. For Salt by all Dro.jisl A. O. Stanley, Governor, J. r. Lewis, Secty of State. E. Matt Carr, Asst. Secty ot State." Now, I, A. K. Walker, Sheriff of CvmUrUad Grocery Co., 'Juactios Garrard County, hereby give notice City. Ky., Wht l.eaU Distributors. I will open the polls on the said '.'nd day of August, 1919, from P a. m., to i p. m in each of the voting precincts of this, Garrard County, and provide ballots, boxes, booths and all other paraphernalia necessary to the proper holding of said election and the receiving of the votes of all legal voters of the county who" desire to cast their votes for one of the candidates for election to fill tho vncan-c- y in the office f representative in Congress from the 8th District of Kentucky, caused by the death of the Hon. Harvey Helm, who had be.'n elected and commissioned for the term ending March 2rd, 1921. The said election will be held at the regu-la- r or accustomed voting place in each of the precincts of tho county, and will be conducted by the regular election officers, and will be conduct ed in nil other respects under tnd in comforniity with the laws governing regula- - clcct-pn- s In the Common wealtl. of Kentucky. A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Garrard County. that Cracks At Creation. A Mexican Villa Is not as agree' able as one at Newport. I'art of our citizens evidently sire to prohibit prohibition. de- The roar of our guns in Mexico is being "heard round the world". niftiness Thriftiness begets War Savings certificate does it. A Women's skirts arc tight, but the money to buy them with is tighter. Put your money where it will do double duty for you in War Savings Stamps. x Money saved is what counts. Stamp vested in War Savings grows day and night. In it The next question to be answered is what will become of the whiskey glasses and the drinking songs. As the hot summer weather the young woman breathes rev erently "Thank God for organdy". It didn't take long to transform n nation that was "too proud to right" Into one that was proud of its fighting and its fighters. No one expected the Senate to sing an Irish melody. Perhaps it will be laying in a supply of dudheens and shillelaghs next. It has been n source of speculation as to whether u soldier lias to run all around himself In order to put on lib wrapped leggings. llurruh for the latest combination: The air and the Atlantic und the Irplune and the sixteen hours und the bruve Britishers. If the new congress is as etficlent in reconstruction ns it bids fair to I In investigation, it will be a memor able assemblage. When we think of the high price of milk, our only way of relieving our feelings is to go into u neighboring field nnd scold the cow, Mercy! but geese and ducks would put on airs if they knew that members of their family were selling for $60.00 each In Budapest. Under Bolshevik rule In Petr)grad the only thing which are easily procured are burial, permits. And the populace li standing In line waiting for them. Clothing Manufacsays that In the spring of 1920 mens' ordinary suits Ml nrk, too," an"Hut I want to will cost the wearer from $50 to $75. nounced i:nie. I'or-leeach. Some extraordinary suits will "You shall, dear," agreed Mrs. probably be worn. "Until you rnn look around 1 will ullow you four dollars a week to When you hear that Italy is manu help me take care tit the rooms. That facturing typewriters and farm n 111 gltu you plenty of time to rend tractors you wonder If- - Italians re and study between whiles, and I will turning from the United States didn't take pride and pleasure In selecting lliut will ( of education nn pack some Yankee ingenuity nnd benefit to you." in their trunks. Anil then as the fear of poverty If women make good elavator dlmme.h and Inilept-ndeiictook Its operators, railway conductors, muni place, brother nnd sister began to tion workers and farmerettes, why plan for a broader life experience. shouldn't they make excellent voters? KHle nasi quite a young lady. Nat saw athuncetnent ahead ntiil they led This view of the subject is commend a contented anil hopeful existence. ed to the United States senate. Then a common, even day Incl dent transpired thut at tint shocked lillle and then arnuted her to finish up an exciting episode. It wa- - nn nounced Just at duk one evening by the apiiearunce of u iwllceman assist Ing Nut, limping ami wincing with 'WORK OF THE pain. Into the neat little room where Special'altentlon givKIDNEYS Is to filter sad cast out Krtle hail a nice warm supper all wttit product aad reboot from tht blood ready wnltlng for Iter brother. en to all troubles of Mrtin. Whea taa aiJaey art overworked, wttk or diaettcd, lb weata natter rtntlat la "Kell lintler u truck ami foot la trtttm tad cauta ptlat to aid or back. the feet. smashed," reiHirted the otlleer, as lie rbeuBttieea. lumbaeo. atiffeeee of roiatt. tor muacltt aad other areoptoma. placed Nat on a coach. "Drug store When a peraoa'a kldae yt ar out of order, DANVILLE tbr la lack ol atrar, fore, eifar, acal aad man bound It up nnd snys no twines S.oaral efactlvoaeaa. Kldaart aad bladder null broken, but the lad won't get around praearl v laacUo for asjro toaojor dood baalih. Gilcher Hotel every for a week." "Oty. Nat. dear! Are you hurt Tuesday and Friday. dreadfully 7 began Rflle. but Nat waved her to silence. "See here. Sis,' tr prompt la actio aodtoetc ta their b.llal RICHMOND he spoko rapidly, "never mind about tad eoathloi effect o weak, aora, overwork, diaeaetd kidaevt aad bladder. me. I'm ull right. Now don't you Building, Oldham Mrs. Marr Heodaraea, UtC.nD.rg." C. lose one minute. I was on a ruh spewm:"Belara I aaad FoWr KtdaarPUIe waa Thursday's only. troubled with kidaar trowbU aad ear left aid cial when I tumbled. Here," and he hart as ao I could bardlrtet up la lha tooroiaf . drew an envelope from his pocket, Pal la all oa bow aad am tec Had aa." "and here," and he extended a flve-SOLO EVERYWHERE. STANFORD dollar bank note. "Take "em, quick. and get to the addresses on the en Saturday only. PAINT LICK, velope. The boss gave me the money Master James Kiddelt !s visiting his nnd Instructions as per sender to de You know I've got liver iHiithaste. grandparents at Kingston. the A-- l record at the office, and I Miss Jessie Dewitt of Frankfort want to keep It. Spare no expense, is the guest of Mrs. W. B. Roop. There's three addresses to go to ofMr. J. A. Riddell and family visited fice, eluh and home see? Take 'em aSX ataBBBBj k feeurfcen PauMry RerrtMh In order fly P his brother in Lexington Sunday. A . rltnas In Ika CURES Iillle was too Intelligent and too fa Mrs. Kunnie Walker of Lancaster drloklas wtter carat miliar with tho messenger routine ana prevent! wdii wma m wf is the guest of Mrs. Robert Walker, from what Nat hail told her, not to dUrThoa, cholera and othr thick diiaaMi. On 60c. bottla makaa 11 Miss Allic Russell Fish was the comprehend what was expected from Plat bottla. Kallont of madleina. makM SI ffallona. guest of relatives in Lancaster for ber. She hailed the first taxlcab she At ruraUta. or tant br mall poatpaU. came to. First the office address the week end. Bourbon RtmadyCoe. Ltslngton, Ky. cloed. "TIie"ciubSlr. Albion Wfird Misses Clcone, Gladys and Hazel had not been there since the day McWhorter of Lexington, are visit previous. The residence addjess It ing relatives here. was a handsome mansion and Kflle Mr. and Mrs. Daniels were the peremptorily rang the doorbell. It week end guests of her brother, Mr, brought a servant, who led her Into a handomely funilsiied library where and Mrs. UCM. Burgess. young limn sat n handsome, clear-eyeThe series of meetings now in ses nnd a young lady, apparently his sisWorm Drive sion ut Old Taint Lick church will ter. Covered Express Body continue throughout the week. Kffie was excited and fairly breath84SO Mrs. A. G. Botner and son Harold less, as she tendered the envelope. man said to his of Ravenna, are visiting her parents. "It's for Albion." the li Ton Chassis companion. "It must be Important." .Mr. lind Mrs. J. I). Burchell. Newly Tainted and Overhauled He opened It, grew niilinnted and Miss Annie Belle Ballard of Lan IAOO and hurried to u telephone. The Write for Out List of caster has been the recent attractive young lady motioned Kffie to a Used Truck Special! guest of her sister, Mrs. J. G. Davis. wllli a pleasant smile. Then was siRev. and Mrs. C. S Kills. Mrs. A. B. lence In the rotnu except for ner a F.stridge and son, A. II., attended the dozen calls to as many places In sucendr seemed fnintle lutes Creek Association nenr Rich cession. The Albion Ward, ctldently to locate Mr, mond Monday. Ids brother. At last ho seemed to REPUBLIC MOTOR TRUCKS Miss Mary Swim lias returned to succeetl. WIO CtlWt "Drop everything; come Imnie nt her home near Cynthiana und was ac companied by Misses Willie Williams once." Kflle heard him say. "Yes, It'n a wire from Itartly nnd It means n and Buclah Lcdfurd. thousand dollars If you get Mrs. Henceley Richardson died at hundred In touch with him by midnight. Young of lady," and he turned with brightened her home near here last Sunday cancer of the stomach. Burial took eyes nnd bated breath to Kffie, The undersigned licreoy give warn- place on Tuesday morning at Old "ten minutes later ami tuy brother I'aint Lick cemetery. would have been siieedlng West on a Vie to all persons not to trespass upon train, leuvlng the trniune of his life tur land: for any purpose whatever Sylvia is we will prosecute all irtfender) to And then behind him." Ward and her brother, Leslie, heard the fullest extent of the law. Hunthow a girt came to be acting us u ers and fishermen especially take messenger as Eflle told her story. notice. Miss Ward Insisted on providing n Mrs. Cora rhllllps, R. L. Elkln, lunch for the plucky girl who had Mrs. Emma Daniels, Yielding from saved the day, and after that Leslie It. L. Arnold. Ward took KrHe home la bis own auMr. Sarah J. P. Hackley, tomobile. ' Write f S ItM rlTMtMit lilt He treated ber so courteously and Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, evinced o much more than frfeitdly Edd and K. B. Price. Interest, that Effle wondered If the S. C. Rljjby. 3 JMSC.WMIS0N&C0. prince charming sat bad so often,' D. M. Anderson. .'. KY. of bad come Into her life.1 R. L. Barker dreamed 211 S. Jt, MtSVlUE, ' She knew It a month later when, after B. L. Kelley. several calls upon her, Leslie Ward J. C. Rhjsby. Um sked ber U btog turers' Association the glamor of money, friends ond variety shp built up a fabric out of pure moonshine, romanticism and mystery lifflo tilt not I.eMow that the days of cliltalry nnd fairy godmother lintl entirely departed, only Hint destiny hatl not come her way. She nnd her younger brother Nat were mntherlp Alien her father (lied. Ills health had broken down and h found hlmelf able to' work only half of the time. They lived In tnti rooms In n hnute owned by a Mrs. roller, who rented out lt apartment. Aftpr the funeral landof Mr. Lowthcr, tho lady Interested herself In the children sufficiently to enable them to live ciimfurtnlily until they were a little older. "You ran remain In the tno room"." she told them, "for I shall male the rent only eight dopant n month. I nm sure Nat can get a rmsltlon n a " meenger boy for a telegraph ANGUS-LAN- D STOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen Angus Cattle for sale anytime either sex any age. Also registered Poland China Hogs. Big type A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Lancaster, Ky. Dr. J.W.W(k Chiropodist FOOT Energy! DOCTOR THE OiwDrop f;APPQ 1 FORD REPUBLIC Harry P. Kelly A5T"'nn4ll,a POST ED r: Safe Investments 4h to 7 J r m J i f The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 26 1919. Uncle Sam mm - The Largest Wajon BuyerJ a: ui . J. LIVE STOCK SELF-FEEDE- R WHO'S GOT THE BUTTON? MEOWERS John Deere Hay Stacker, John Deere Hay Rakes, John Deere Pitless Scales, Brown Wagons, 75 ft. Iron Fence. .Here are Two, Fraught With Much Meaning and They Appear Everywhere. Throughout Missouri, Arkansas and Kentucky men are wenring on their coat lapels and women on their waists buttons of n new design. Both nre attractive and each Is significant. The smaller button, not quite so large as a dime, possess much artistic beauty. In the center, on n black background, appears in n warm brown a miniature portrait of Benjamin Franklin. lit n circle surrounding it, on n brown background, and In letters of gold are the words "War Savings Society." The other button is ' somewhat larger. It is about the fixe of a nickel. The background is n solid lusterous blue, anil In gold letters, easily distinguishable appears W. S. S. The smaller, button signifies the wearer is n member of a war Savings Society, while the larger button I lull- cntes he is a casual buyer of Wnr Savings Stamps. The numbers of these buttons are increasing daily. IS ECONOMICAL He insists on quality. Ha Isn't satisfied with handsome paint nd vamtsh alone. He will have nothing but the finest of materials carefully inspected and tested and tried and proved manu facturing methods. He tfetsbtthin One of icient Sttt Mein Labor Savers and Effof Feeding Hogs-M- ore Fencing Urged. That's why he orders MudebaKer wagons n such Infa quantities. Other governments appreciate StudebaKer wagons. Lord Roberts, after the Boer War, reported Studebaker wagons better than these cf either English or Cape Town manufacture. We sell StudebaKer wagons because they've proved that they have mere strength and more wear than otner mkes. (Prepared ty the Vnllrt Statu Department of Agriculture.) One cf the best labor savers and one of tlie most economical ami effr. icient mean of feeding hogs Is tlie Experiments comparing the with feeding by hand have been made at n number of experiment Nations, nnd most of them have shown Is n tlme-snve-r, not only that the but that more pound of pork will be produced with n Riven number r. of pounds of grain by'ulng the This applies not only to thn ue of corn, but to ground nnd lull! feeds Rich ns tankage, short", mid. n meal, etc. illlng", pennut meal, In feeding the Hy using the one does ground nnd mill feed J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. COY Brother Janes gave three very teresting sermons at Scott Fork. In- 1 DEERING AND JOHN DEERE I 1 MOWERS. RAKES AND GENUINE DEERING TWINE. Place your order now for your binder. BRYANTSVILLE Mr. It. L. llurton was in Lexington Monday on business. Rev. G. S. Conant spent Tuesday In Louisville on business. Mrs. John Campbell has returned from a. visit to Frankfort." Mrs. R. M. Moss of Crab Orchard, is visiting Mrs. Florence Uallard. Several have sold their lambs in the last few days at 15 to IS 'J cents. Mrs. Russell Drown has been spending several days with relatives in I HASELDEN BROS. "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" CARTERSVILLE. I Miss Eunice Stotts is in Jessamine county this week visiting her aunt, " (Mrs. Smiley Fain. Miss Virgie Conn is very ill. Mrs. Harvey Teater and daughter, Mrs. Walker Nantz is very ill at Miss Bernice, were visiting Mrs. Hugh this writing. Ada, the little daughter of Mr. and Moberley Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley Mrs. A. R. Carter is quite ill. Sunday guests of Mr. Wylie Greer of Crab Orchard and little son were McCulley. was a visitor at Mr. J. D. Carter's' Mrs. Minnie Mrs. Abe Burton, Mrs. Robert last week. Ralph, the little son of Mr. and Vault and little daughter spent the in Madison. Mrs. Leslie Wylie who has been very week end with relatives Mrs. Elijah McMillian and son and ill is better. B. Ray and Master Joe Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen visited Miss Jessie their daughter, Mrs. Jack Robinson, Ray spent Friday with Mrs. John Wesley Dailey. at Paint Lick, Sunday. Great excitement prevailed in this ' Messrs Ova Couch and Bronston neighborhood a few hours last Sun- Blakeman of near Nicholasvllle were day afternoon when Harmon, the lit- J Sunday srussts cf Messrs Ear! and tle 3 year olJ son, of Mr. and Mrs. Clellan Dailey. John Smith of Lowell was lost in the I Mr. and Mrs. James Land and Mr. woods. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and chil- Coy Price and children were enter- -' dren were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. S. tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson who lives about 1 2 miles Hunter Davis Sunday. ' Mrs. Andrew Stotts anil Mrs. Mose from Cartersville on the Copper Creek road. About 1 o'clock the Ray and son, Roland spent a few days The news spread last week with their sister, Mrs. Low- child was mitsing. rapidly and a great number of friends ry Speaks a tMt Hebron. joined in the search for the lost child. Mrs. Andrew Stotts, Mrs. Ottis After about five hours the child was Stotts and little daughter, Mrs. Mose two and one half miles from Ray and children were visitors of Mrs found He had traveled Elijah McMillian, Sunday. Mr. Robinsons. across a mountain and down a deep and dark ravine and up an old log road to where he was found sitting on KNOCKS OUT PAIN a log, crying"and calling, "papa". WOLF' TRAIL. Mr. Frank Land was in Danville THE FIRST ROUND i I Friday. , Mr. James Land has purchased Ford car. Comforting relief from pain makes Sloan's the a World's Liniment This famous reliever of rheumatic Sugar Creek, Sunday night. aches, soreness, stiffness, painful MrA and Mrs. Allen Teater spent sprains, neuralgic pains, and most Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Fos- other external twinges that humanity suffers from, enjoys its great sales ter. because It practically never fails to Mr. W. T. Sebastian was a visitor tiring speedy, comforting relief. Always ready for use, it takes little of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dalley SunWftnttrate mthouttubbii and produce day night. Miss Bert Dailey spent the weekresults. Clean, refreshing. At all drug stores. A large bottle means economy. Mr. Mose Ray visited relatives on end with Misses Myrtle and Gracie Dean Teater. Mrs. Minnie McCulley and family were the guests of Mrs. Clarence McCulley Thursday. PUBLIC SALE. On SATURDAY, JUNE 28th, of 20 head of choicely bred Aberdeen Angus Cattle, consisting of Bulls, Cows and Heifers, also 20 head of Thoroughbred South down sheep, both sexes and good. If you are interested in good stock come to this Sale. Everything will sell at the high dollar. Sale will be held at farm 2 miles South of Danville. COBB AND ROBINSON, Danville, Kentucky. Misres Ma and Cora Hurt were the Salvisa Sunday. charming guests of their sister, Mrs. Mrs. Hogan llallnrd entertained Ancil Parks in Richmond for the a few friends informally Friday eveweek erd. away with the laborious work of feed- ning at "I'ine Crest". ing slop to hog. No definite experiWilliam and Edwin Ralston returnMnter Hughes Sparks of Nicholas-vill- e, ments have been made along the lino ed home Friday from overseas. This has been ipending several days of comparing, feeds of this kind fed dry I it. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky is the first time either of them have as agalnt slop, yet some work of this with Mrs. Hogan Uallard. been home since enlisting last sumkind ha been done nnd result were Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy were mer. Tery satisfactory with the week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob I I'AINT LICK plan. Many fanners nnd hog growers ert nutcninson in noyic. Robert Arnold Jr., who gr&duated r, have tried feeding tbce feeils in a from an Electrical School in LexingMUs Nina Coulter, of Rosmoyne, R. II. Ledford was in Lexington ton last week, has joined a crowd of and the results were fully as good or better than those obtained by Ohio is here visjtlng Mrs. Ethel Ber-kcl- last week. young folks on a camping exposition ' ind other relatives. the system of slop feeding. Born on the 20th to Mr. and Mrs. on the Kentucky river. After a rest It Is highly deslrablo that feeds ued Mr. and Mrs. Owen Marshall More-lan- d II. L. Francis, a boy. of n few days Robert will leave for In feeding hogs, especially corn, be fed were in Georgetown for a short Born on the 22nd to Mr. and Mrs. the North where he has been offered as uear as possible to the crib or stny the first of the week. a fine position. Chnrles Graves, a boy. Feeding floors should tie granary. built adjoining corncrlb or, granaries The wind of Saturday blew down Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose were in Spend n little less than you earn holding shelled corn. Winchester last week for a short vis- a barn for D. A. Hervey. it's a sure road to success. Tut your Another means of saving labor In it to Dr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rose. Miss Anna Todd spent Sunday the savings in War Savings Stamps. hog' growing Is the more extended use Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Edwards are fence. If the hog gsow-e- r nf woven-wlr- e has all hl fields and lots fenced receiving congratulations upon the fencing, ho can save the arrival of a handsome son last Wedwith hog-tigwaste In these fields after harvest, nnd nesday. can also follow the method of hogging Mcedames Belle Tomlinscn, Elizadown corn, which Is highly desirable beth Burgess, J. S. Skinner and Mrs. nnd economical. Probably the best use to which J. C. Williams left Monday to fencing can be put Is In woven-wlr- o the "Centenary". making possible the use of forage Mr. Luther II Looks returned home becrops. Our best hog growers have come convinced that feeding hogs In Monday after having spent n year, in dry lots Is no longer the best method. the service in France. His many In nearly every pnrt of the country friends were delighted to see him. where hogs nre grown some kind of Mr. nnd Mri. Robert L. Rose exforage crops can be successfully used, nnd they offer three distinct advan- pect to leave soon for an extended tages: rirst, the' saving of grain by visit in the West. They will visit allowing hogs to get all the green Yellowstone Park nnd other places of feed they want; second, the building interest. up of the soli through the use of maMr. and Mrs. Joel Mnrsee are ennure obtained from hogs continuously on these pastures, nnd, thlru, the much joying n recuperative stay at West more sanitary conditions under which Baden, Indiana. Mr. Noah Marsce Jr. the hogs live, plus the exercise which nccomplmlid them but remained for the hogs get In pasture, both of which n very short stay. are necessities In successful hog growMiss Amy Dawes was hostess last ing. In some parts of the country farmers are nble tn pas- week at a house-part- y to several very ture their hogi 10 or 11 months In the attractive girls from Georgetown. year. In almost all parts of the coun- The guests were Misses Thacker, try bogs can be pastured at least slider Mitchell, Hebcrling and Anderson. seven months. y-ATMr. and Mrs. A. B. Swope were In I'M All theso practices save labor In feeding, nnd lit addition save a con- Stanford Sui'day the guests of Mr. siderable amount of labor In hauling and Mrs. E. II. Ballard. Miss Annie out nnd scattering mnnuretlmt accu- Lee Swope renfained for a longer mulates when feeding under the dry-l- stay with Miss Lillian Delia Ballard. plan. During the last few days we have Many bog feeders dip or spray their hogs to keep down the lice. Many had quite a good deal of rain in this commercial hog oilers on the market vicinity, and the farmers nre getting are practical and effective In keeping rather nnxious about their wheat, as THERE ere a lot of cultivators cn tho market. Soma hogs from becoming Infested with lice. only a few have completed cuttlnK are good others not so good. But there is one The general practice of growing hogs their crops. that neatly every farmer has heard cbout and feeding them thegrnlus raised on Mr CM. Dean' had the misortune the farms has u tendency to distribute to lose a valuable horse last week the labor throughout tho year. International No. 4 Pivot Axle Cultivator while cutting wheat. Mr. R. L. BurEver' man that hag ever used an International No. 4 is alton also lost a very valuable mule, AID FOR OVERHEATED HORSES ways ready to say a ccod word for its clean work and easy operatboth becoming overheated while beion. Every nan that has a boy cf 14 or over ought to put him in tho field ing driven to the binder. Live 6tock Breeders' Association of with a No. 4. Chinees ara he will best tit dad at doing a clean Job. Wisconsin Gives Directions for You can dodge in crooked rows and clean out tha weeds in a Way that One of the most enjoyable events Cgre of Animal, will surprise )ou, This is because tho wheels pivot and tha gangs shift with cf the season was the picnic Thursday one slight motion of tha foot Easy) It is the simplest cultivator you acr afternoon, given by Mrs. It. I. Burton rode cn. You tan change the cultivating width without stopping tha team. When a horse Is overcome by heat River in honor of Miss Mayme Juit alwitcf the wnjt. get blm In the shade, wash out his at Dlx Lee Ballard,, who is at home from The only way to satisfy yourself that we are n stretching the truth and mouth and nostrils, 'sponge him all alto to learn abouwhe many ether exclusive features ol the No. 4 Is to com over, shower his legs, cool bis bead at Washington, D. C. 'for a several in acd take a lock U our satsf lea. once, using cold water or, better, chop- weeks stay, and the members of Miss house-partDawes' About ped Ice wrapped In u cloth or tack. Amy Give blm four ounces of aromatic fifty were present nnd every one had spirits ot ammonia, or two ounces of a most pleasant time. A delightful sweet spirits of nitre la a pint of wa- lunch, was served, and the occasion ter, or a pint of warm coffee. Wiscon- was greatly enjoyed. Bryantsvllle, Kentucky. sin Live Stock Breeders' association. Save Labor for the Hog Raiser. jama Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dunn visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cunningham, at Mrs. Mary Clousc who has been in Nlcholasvllle for a week has returned home. Mrs. .George Fain and daughter spent the first of last week with Mrs. Joe Ray, Miss Bessie Scott who has been visiting Mrs. V. L. Sanders has returned home, Mr. John Sanders spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. V.-Sanders. Mrs. Bill Whlttaker was called to the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Chandler in Madison. Mrs. Mary Clouse and Mrs. Mur-ver- a East and little son, Bailey, spent Monday with Mrs. Lcn Cobb. Mrs. Abe Burton and Mrs. Robert Vaught and little daughter, Mae Bell spent Saturday night and Sunday in Madison. Mrs. Gertrude Hasty and little son, William and Mrs. Robert Whltaker Reid Lear and sons, uf Middlesbort) ami children spent Sunday with Mr. have been recent .quests of his parand Mrs. O. J. Hardin. ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. I). M. Lenr. Thrift helped to win the war It Taint Lick Ball team played llyats-vil- le will enable us to enjoy the fruits of Saturday afternoon 17 to 3 in victory also. favor of Taint Lick, on the tatters ground. guest of Miss Chastlne Rucker, Misses Ethyl nnd Ora Estridge spent part of last week in Louisville. Mr. A. V. Huyler of New York is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Woods Walker. Mrs: Dewltt and daughter, Miss-Jessiare guests of Mrs. Bennett Roop. R. W. Estridge, wife and baby have returned from a Isit to relatives in Indiana. Miss Mable Hall has returned from a visit to Miss Eugenia I'otts near Ouensboro. Mr j. F. II. Smith who has been visiting in Missouri and Oklahoma has " returned home. Several from here attended the Sunday School Convention nt Kirks vilte, Saturday. "Thomas Champ is at home after a sojourn of several weeks in some of the Western states. Mrs. G. M. Treadway and Miss Chaatin Rucker were in Richmond Wednesday i hopping. hssKXTJIu The Cultivator You Hear About BECKER & BALLARD The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 26, 1919 IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S-YOUR WIDE TERRITORY KIDNEYS TO RAISE SWINE Hogs Can Be Grown Profitably in Different Sections of United States. I KMney itleaaa Is no inpiclir it persona. A majority of the Ilia miciln people to.ar can be traced back to kidney trouble. Tli kldnera ar tha mat Important Thar ara tha onrmna vt tha bodr. nilartra, tha purMera, of your blood. Ktdner'dlaeaaa la uauallr IndlcatM by wearlneaa. eleeplesaneea, ncrvouanoa, a. backache, stomach trou-Mtteaponrittncy, pnln In lolna and lowar abdomen all atonea. gravel. Theuraatlam, icJatlca, ad lumbago. All theee daranitamanla ara nature' slrnala to warn you that tha kldnera You should uaa (11)1. D need help MKOAI, llaarlem Oil Capaules Imme diately. Tha soothing, heallna: oil etlm. ulaUa tha kldnera, relieves Innammn-tlon- a and deetrovs tha iternia which have cauaed It. I'o net watt until tomorrow tlo to your drurglat today ar.d Ifmlat on OOMJ MKDAl, Haarlem Oil Capeulca. In twenty-fou- r boura you returning ahould ftal health and vls-oand will ble.s tha day you flrat heard of CKIU) MKIAI, Haarlem Oil. After votl feel that vou have curad youraelf, contlnua to take ona or two rapauiea eacn iayt ao aa 10 seep i , condition and ward off tha danrar or other attacka. xek for tha original imported OOLD MEDAb brand. Tbraa aliaa. Money If they do not help you. ADVANTAGES OF CORN BELT South Haa Great Abundance of Cropa Which Have Large Value In Raiting Plga East Alto la Peculiarly Adapted to Induttry. ! JTMC ! t Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 J y (Prepared by tha United Btitea Depart ment of Agriculture.) The flrat place In lioj? raising In the i; Unlttil Slalet l eally with the J wjimo nectbmt, where eont la the flrnt cruln thouclit of when the of hoea la conHlilerttl. It K however, falhtcloua In urvue Hint htiK nilKltiR will not rIvc profitable rvturnt The corn outalile of the corn belt. belt bat Krent mlvantngeH for economBr thete nmrlc operation, antone can apply beautiful hardwou ical ork priMlurtlon, but It alto haa over oU toft wcxl or nrrvioutty nmiiird fi.r. doors, woudw-jianJ Us tllKUilvanface.t. The chenpnett nml furniture. Waihablc:lierlproof;lnrlt anjwraul .rrril liirJuimJ finish. Cott, about nhumbinre of com In Hilt aertlon have 3 cent, per tquarestnt. Direction, on each can. Learn to train ic 5 minutea at often letl farinera to ue It ut the L THE STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY crnln feed. Ilrectllng atock o Imt fitl iloea not thrive well ami la not nH qual,iv4fiiar. lr la torn ar ctuf(M Uttftt and Tl AbJ C ttv kflHt?, all maJ cf trfrproJ, Cuviar (ki br our irntl ru(M. (HUrnlfc4 lor pmllllc n.t when Rlten a fnrlrtl roj wika am iiiml lot amttrtm It aprtjH Hon, nml when uteil for fatlenlne, nn OHIO VANNISH COMPANY CIIVCIAND. O cum illet la not generally proflluble. McROBERTS Source of Supply. DRUGJTORE The few Motes comprlalng the corn nre the aource of auppty for n belt zrent amount of awlne product, cape-rlntl- y d hatnii uml bticun, that are In other portion" of the coun-rVet the advantages of these corn-be- lt Mates ore little. If at all, uierlor to those of many nlhert outside of that district. The South haa an abundCowieat, noy ance of vegetation. benns, velvet beans, antl rennuta are to Hint legnttilnout crops ectlon which have great miIuc In pig grown readily In ell Corn rul.lniS. parts of the Sojitli. nnd In the subertlnrui the crperlence of tropical Residence Plione 33. OITIcb Plione 18. feetlera with cassava seemt to Indicate that It lint considerable value for pork production. In ndditlon there It generally an abundant water Rtipply; the rllmnte It mild and there Is a long period during which green feed Is mailable; thut the expense of abetter nnd winter fettling Is greatly lesj sened. Silly Jamie. The Fait Breaker. tia Jut for thp nnnke of clvlnewill aome-tM- nc1 Hog Raiting In East. Tlif other tiny .Intuit- - ramp runn'ng anme-nrctitnrnt, tn stnrt into Hie houe cr)lne nl lli tnji of The Kast Is peculiarly adapted to an It makeai It" w:t f1lntil t.v Jane, bojjr plfno aucce.t thnt hl voire. hog raising In view of the fact that to rut teeth It mii't make markets for fresh pork nnd cured vht explained by nylug: "Mother, a baby m to ut eye teeth. .Limit he's so tinlimire, him frost-eyei- ! I'm 'shamed of products may be found In local com.TylnR 'tnuat n llttlp tins ctwvtl hltn." munities as well as In the larger Utllltlng Time. cltlet and the various coast resorts. IjtJIes." nnnoiinrtM the prealdent As regards feeds, corn Is being grown Cannibal Movie Fani. of an afternoon hrlrtce cluh. "It uaa successfully In the Knst, ami In some New Zfalnml Manrla, nntlrt Jir .Hint yield per the Iinef anil Ihi cnnnlbnla of tin- - Smith been tnoretl Hlul aeeomldl at (he there sections than average the middle ttr la West. rani greater that of ahnll le no inrernlliin Pin, llnnili litut1 ilfTelnMi a rnvt t" many other blue morle tablet. What ahnll ue tin with the noua npiM tltK for llif Alnt-rlrn- aabl n aprlshlly Clover, crops grast, nnd adapted for especially "1 ftiscevt.forage fnr. Their oppllte1. liowevir, tlo-n- 'l crave blood. They want Hhiu on ihl tnenilier, "that we illacim It while we swine production grow rapidly In nearplay." ly every aectlon of the Kast. In the rcreon. trucking sections there It wasted an nually n vast quantity or unmarketable products that might be used with profit In feeding hogs. In the extreme West the alfalfa of the Irrigated valleys and the clover of the coast districts offer a splendid OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. foundation for successful, pork proIn most, of these regions duction. there It an abundance of small grain. particularly barley, that may often be fed economically while in some local Itles corn Is a successful crop. Chl4tomri B dDAiNiMCj process f'jni at'! W. 0. MONEY. Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. about smokes, Prince Albert to a joyhandout standard that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new I Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality I You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process I You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back I TALK I Buy Prince Albert everywhere tidy red ftna, handsome pound that clever, practical pound moittener top that heept the R.J. tobacco is eold. Toppy ted bagt. and half pound tin humidor and eryetal giaie humidor with epongm tobacco in euch perfect condition. Winiton-Salera, csrnhtti,br Tuuese u. I R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., N. C Lancaster, No Sound From Giraffe. Dally Thought. Cays the Office Humorist. To be trusted Is n greater compll It It tald by nnlmal tralnert that th& The celeverest gardener In the worti rnnimt grow nn oak tree out of a ros giraffe hat never !een known to emit ment than to be loved. Oeorge Mae liusli. Hut the stupidest pipe smoket i sound of nny kind. No matter what donald. or Incan make the "ash" grow Inside tbf ' thf animal may suffer when jured, he remnlnt silent. And scienDally Thought. "briar." tists have advanced the theory that, Success It, counted sweetett by those because of the extreme length of the who ne'er succeed. Hmlly Dickinson. Had Him There. or Impossible for "Deacon Slmms 'low he doan' ap- neck, sound tt difficult 111 prove n churchet ndvcrtlsln'," remark- the giraffe. ed Slilnbone; "hut when Ah nt him. Sincerity First Requisite. In tint case, wuffn' he ring the church .el fo' service, he Jet' lintl nuffln' to1 And least of all It sincerity a quality that can be successfully Imitated. My." Itoston Transcript. II frlnet through the whole emotional P''er; It has Its roots In the heart. Wanted to "Honk" IL "Sincerity glvet wings to power," Is rtliel'n mother wat trying lo spray Hie way an old proverb happily putt hei Ibrmt with the atomizer, but met U Co through any list of acknowlwith considerable .opposition from the edged lender of business and profes-tlon-- mull victim. "I wouldn't mind tt so life. Tou will find there are much." said F.lhel, "If you would let few who have not been me honk It myself.1 sincere. II. Addlngton Bruce. The Crucial Test. Of course, Algernon, there H n legitimate way to lenni whether your sweetheart's complexion It natural or applied. Ilub It with n wet rag. then look at the rag. Galveston News. Rest tne Eyes. Look tip every Knee In. a whib from your work nnd lay It down for n minute or two now uml then, and let your Interest focus on more distant things. Thus you will give the eyet it little rest by focussing In nnother position. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON I "ROLL OF HONOR.' J, J. Walker, V. Pres. USEFUL Oevlce Is D RAKE D. V. Hudson, Prealdent, a Handy for Use Among Plants Just Appearing Nalla Used for Teeth. 4 1 W. F. Champ, Cashier, W. O. Itlgncy, Asst. Cachier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. (Jashlcr, 3 Finding the ordinary garden rake loo coarse to use among the plants Just appearing, I made a rake and used It where I could not bundle a lir.fr rake. Tho Illustration clearly Wire shows the whole construction. nails nre placed u far apart us aulta. JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF TOBACCO STICKS The Construction of a Garden Rake Head In Which Nails Are Used for the Teeth. section fchould ble. The have the tooth holes bored out to pre vent splitting when the teeth are driven equlpix-In. lly liming tooth-holde- r with teeth of different sites und set at various distance apart a comMmi' Hon rako Is obtained. James M Kane tn Popular Science Monthly Magazine. RIGHT DRAINAGE IS NEEDED W-- ' 1 , - " ill Four Great Records Only a small part of the story of the unusual perform-anc- e of the Overland is a matter of record. In the last few weeks, however, from Oklahoma City, Boston, and Los Angeles have came reports of remarkable tests that prove the power, endurance and dependability of Model 90 cars. Now comes Harrisbdrg with a new world's record of miles a day tor 5$ days without motor stop, scaled in high gear. A Model 90 stock car performed this remarkable endurance feat. Let as show you a duplicate of this car. fit Sll. per Thousand Tobncco sticks aro awfully scarce this year, und those who wnit, are going to find it next to impossible to secure them nt all. If you expect to need them, you had better get YOURS NOW. This is the only car we have bought, and we will probably be unable to secure another! one like it. Wet, 6oggy Swamp Land Never Pro duces Fine Crops Plants Cannot Stand Wet Feet Few people can stand wet feet. E actly tho same thing Is true of most crops. Wet, soggy swamp land never produces fine crops. There are tuany farms all over the county which could be made to produce bumper cropi If they were properly drained. The farmer, who bas a farm on which botb he and his crops ran keep feet out ot the wet, has land that will grow splendid croM. A. H. BASTIIN & CO. I LANCASTER AUTO SALES COMPANY. 1'ho w OaanWafaaal Niai.tr re Ttniaear LANCASTKK. KY faaataf Cat, gag a, WToMa t ' s?aaWaMaWsa55H The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 26. 1919 gnririni OF (1111 TWO CAR LOADS BUGGIES The best that money can buy. It will pay you to come and look chem over. We can save you money. laing any program. ENTRIES CLOSE The programs that pletely fulnlled as n rule exist in theory. , Hardly nny plan .Tickets Made Up For ever materializes in every tie- -' August Primary. trtll WMiti i n nnnr liuMfii.n.'' plans' tionVfor saying that Candidate whose r.ame are to go should never be made. It i.i baot , the AuRU,t prlmary tantamount to snyinK that tt lhnd to have their notification and de- never nny use to try. clatation pope' on ' wiln Secro- If the president had tried fo,tnry of State Lewi. last Monday do less, he would not have done nRht ? ,,wc,v 0:,oc!!- - , , . His ideals seem tan- o much. tH,w , llljtrjct, compotCll of onc tnstlc, but such ideals are need- - COUnty filed thrlr paper with the ,ed to balance tha materialism County Clerk. The following I the complete list of Europe. I - of candidal who filed papers: Honvtin K"WS f, ihClL A: DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES. junccs in curupi; wncre muy Governor. idealists and ideals. It is' James D. Black, Barbourville. John D. Carroll, New Cattle, I'nee'd than likely thnt the presl- -' P, J. Noel, Harrodsburg, never expected every Lieutenant Governor. of his program to be-- , feature R. C. Oldham, Winchester. , come a fact. Dut it is surpris-W. II. Shank, Stanford. mg that so much of it has be- -' Secretary of Stale. Matt S. Cohen, Lexington. jcome so by implication, D. C. McQuenry, Pine Knott. by specific prescription. j I I !if-n' Goal Is 6heap Now. Our Coal is Ready for You Perfectly Reliable. rl..n Rricht. Drv The more of il you buy at present prices the more You will never get money you will save. better advice llinn The work of raising money in Kentucky for the Home Ser vice Fund of the . Salvation1 Allan Wilson Baker, McKee. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." R. W. Lisanby, Princeton, of America, by means of Auditor !Army the .Army will continue Andrew Clark Vance, Henderson. Rni 31 ir among the poor, the Henry M. Bosworth, Lexington. outcast, fallen and abandoned John W. Rawlings, Danville, g in the big cities and relieve the to J. P. Browo, Somerset. The Central Record you as a champion i wants of suffering children duo1 Treasurer. polite diversion. Year. a Issued Weekly. government to poverty for which they have' Henry F. Turner, WicklilTe. Representative Superintendent of Public Instruction. Payable in Advance. was established as a precedent been in no way to blame, is now) L. E. Foster, Hopkinsville. XJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. is n move-- j in Cromwell's day .on in Kentucky. It in England R. S. Eubanks, Lexington. U. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. j shortly after the Pilgrim jment which ought to be aided; W. P. King, Newport. Commissioner of Agriculture Fathers sailed. Only an acci- by every, man, woman nndj Entered at the Post Office in Lan- dent prevented Cromwell from child, who believes in work for' John W. Newman, Versailles. Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s James P. Cecil, Danville. emigrating later on. humanity. Matter. Cleric of the Court of Appeals. "They that are whole need; William B. O'Conncll, Newport. George III, impregnated Alvin Sieger, Owcnton. Member Kentucky Press Association with autocratic ideals by his not a physician, but they that and John Goodman, Elkton. German parents, tried to stifle are sick", said the lowly Naz Eighth District Publishers League. this Anglo Saxon instinct both arene, and this doctrine the Sal ,7 ., B. N. Gordon, Maditonville. . , in England and in the colonies. Yiiiiuu nun ui'uii jiiuuui;- Josh It. Catlctt, Princeton. Rate. For Political Announcement. Contemporary literature prov- ing ever since the founding of Frank N. Barns, Pnducnh. For Precinct and City Offices..$5.00 es that public feeling in Eng- the movement by General Wil-- i John C. Duffy, Hopkinsville. 10.00 For County Offices land was solidly antagonistic to Ham Booth in the slums of Lon- Railroad Commlssicntr, Second DUFor State and District Offices.-lj.Otrict. don. Evangeline Booth is nt' Sid .10 him. .For Call, per line T. Douthltt, New Castle. .10 On this continent the frus- the head of the Salvation Army For Cards, per line Congress. Eighth District. the interFor all publications-itration of his purpose was In America. With the endorse-- j Charles A. Hardin, Harrodiburg. est of individuals or expresquick and decisive. In Eng- ment of General John J. Per-- i REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES. sion of individual views, per Edwin P. Morrow,Som- Governor 10 land it was graduate but com shins, Secretary of War Baker. line.i.i.line ... 3Vilson, General erset. We may Well unite on President .05 plete. Obituaries, per both' shores of the Atlantic in Foch nnd General JofTre of the L "ntwnt Gcyernor- -S. Thurston . llnlkrd, celebrating this anniversary. done among the so diers A Sfcretary of StateFrC(, Laccisler, Ky., June 26, 1919 of Europe, her organization isivaugh.in. Paintsville. going before America for funds! Auditor John J. Craig, Covington. IT BEGINS AT HOME. Treasurer Jame A. Wallace, Ir For Congressman. system is ex- for the work at home, since the vine. , The mandatory work .among the soldiers hns We are authorized to announce cellent. W. JolIf there are Attorney General Geo-gCHAS. A. HARDIN, of Mercer cound countries been practically completed. ly, Owensboro; Charles I. Dawson, or ty, a candidate for representative in or colonies which cannot pro- Let us all give to this worthy P;ncill. Congress in this, the Eighth CongresSuperintendent of Public Instruenterprise as we are able and sional District, subject to the action tect themselves, or from whom as we gave to every other drive ctionGeorge Colvin, Springfield. other races need protection, it of the Democratic party. Commissioner of Agriculture Wilbeis practical to entrust this re for such work since the war liam Calloway Ilanna, Shelbyville. Clerk of the Court of Appeal sponsibility to those who are gan. No money we have ever THE FOURTH OF JULY. qualified to establish a protect- given will bring more benefi- Roy B. Speck, Bowling Green. Eighth DUtrict King Congress, About a year ago the Fourth orate which will, deserve the cial results than this given to Swope, Danville of July was observed as a fes- name. If the function con the Salvation Army. tival in countries to which it sists in benevolent policing, by Part Of Carpenter OBSOLETE. had had no previous signifi- all means let it be benevolent, cance. It was celebrated in but let it be efficient. Re Farm Sells Again. Readers of the advertising France, It was even celebrat- sources and specialized exper pages of magazines are doubtAt the sale of theAdnm Carpenter ed in England. ience will be- - factors but so less familiar with he typical fnrm In Lincoln County last week, by It isa matter of record that will geographical propinquity. publicity display of the corres- Swincbrond, the Real Estate Man, Hughes and McCarthy, the real estate it was observed in England The French and British seem pondence school. It generally men of Stanford, purchased n tract with even more punctiliousness anxious to sidestep an irksome contains illustration and text, of 25 acre, which they sold in than in France. In plain lan- duty in policing Turkey. It will and the latter i3 often embell- two days to Mr. J. S. Mocker and Wm. guage, tney made a fuss over be an unconscionably awkward ished with mottoes and catch- McCormack at ten dollars an acre They alio purchased profit. 203 it. task for some one. Like many words. "Get out of the Dind George V. took an official awkwurd tasks, it seems to be ner Pail Class" is onc of them. acre nt $233.25 per acre, and sold ICS of the latter part in the ceremonies, and regarded as a likely prequiaite Another is "You cfln make tract for Hughe acres McCnrthy to and theie were services in cathe-ral- s, lor Uncle Sam. more money with your collar Uurdctto Ramsey of Garrard County and pyrotechnics both at $245.00 per acre. We hate to lose And Uncle Sam has not yd on." chemical and oratorical. There sTiown a sufficiently positive The picture often shows a Mr. Ramsey nnd hi familyliofrom Garsecured wasting-wavinsinging, pa- disinclination to assume the rejoicing mechanic being greet rard, but aro glad that such n splendid farm. Wo underrading, and promiscuous dem- responsibility. He should do ed by his wife on his return spend that Mr. Ramsey has been also onstrating. so in specific terms. At such from work, after being ap- offered a profit on tho land since ho In tins Country considerable a distance from home, the ex- pointed superintendent. Or a bought it. . comment was made upon the pense and labor would be ter- cordial employer shakes hand3 Last Notice. official participation of George rific. with an ovcralled toller, and All property owners using the city Not thai in the teieflionlw. And it would mean a corre- tells him thnt ho has been made George iounts fcr much, either sponding proportion of energy an executive, as a result of tak- water will positively bo required to install meters at once or your prophere or there; but George is a and vigilance substraclcd ing a technical correspondence erty will be disconnected from the remote descendant of George from the work of policing course. city main. This is absolutely final III, whose personal humiliation southern Texas. To save Amer But the argument begins to and the ordinance just passed by the li . oinmemorated in our :at!on-ul icans from Mexicans is just as lose force. Thero are sign City Council require that thi be done nnd I have been authorized to 1'estfval. worthy a task as to savo Arme- painters' helpers drawing G n see that tho ordinance is obeyed or By what rule of logic (J ?oi go nians from Turks. day (scale), and drnftmen get- the water disconnected. See me at from .V ahould be restrained ting S18 a week. There1 are once for price on meters which will celebrating the humiliation of THE SUBLIMITY OF executives at $25 a week, and be furnished to consumers at actual cost. George III is difficult to asp- milk wagon drivers at $35. L. E. Ilerron, City Manhal. THE ABSTRACT. George V Is the a.n of the son It begins to look as though a J.2C-2That President Wilson's pro- man is penalized for educating rf ihe niece of the brother o (FOR SALE: Two extra good reg. the son of George III. He is the gram was a little too good to be himself. ittcred Aberdeen Angus bulls. Ready flea on the tail of the dog of the true is now generally recognizWoods Walker. for service. wild man of .Borneo, so worth ed. Bathing will be popular t6-2in ancient vaudeily acclaimed And there is a tendency in again this year. Feminine STRAYED OR STOLEN! from my ville, If the remote ancestor certain quarters to question the costumes are conspicuous for farm at Marksbury, a red listed sow, cousin of yours was hang- - wisdom of formulating the pro- their nothingness. of a weighing about 2S0 pounds. Reward that fact gram. But to do so is to quesed for. for Information or return. Phone I Mrs. Mary Doty. 47-Mexico? Bryantsville. does not in any way compel tion the wisdom of ever formu- 1 Conn Sl-5- Brothers. horse-thievin- Frank P. linger, Paintsville. Attcrney General. Frank E. Daugherty, Bardtovn. Ityland C. Mustek, Jackson. "Buy Your Coal Now". irn IE1Sy ... ,JH 7!'' O n wk half-civiliz- half-settle- Classified Column On lat FriJay ihe Death Angel Hospital at visited the Robinson Keren, and claimed the loving son of RATESi Mr. ami Mr. Rufas Thomas, now of g resident Single Insertion 1c a word Madison county, but former of thi County, where he is well J No ad taken for less than 20c friend here. known and ha many 5 m th. column. No d In tW Julian Thoma had 8nly been marh column charged. by hi i urvved ried a year, and jj Seven insertion for the 5 wife, who before her marriage w Miss Lucy Dalton. a daughter of Mr price of live. 3 and Mrs. William Dalton of Kirks-vlll- S be paid g Phone orders-mus- t The deceased was IS years of g age. His death was due to a growth J Ntf caused by the flu and the operation that he underwent was more Than he A good sow and S FOR SALE: could stand. Mr. Garret Wood. He I surviv.il by his young wife, pig. his parents, three sister and 19 WANTED.. On. hundred Coed brothers, Ardella, Rote and Mitlb, Posts! also a ftw end posts. Call Jjimc and William, who were all at this office. tt. hi bedside when the end came. I,' ANTED: Cntllo for grniing, the Much sympathy I extended lM'itv of g'as and watct Phone bereaved one in their grief. Xn. Emma Danlvli, Lancaster c r Service were conducted by Rev. P. E. Foley and the body laid to rest I'lbr Phillip, oui.lorl. In the Old Freedom cemetery. , FOUND: Pocket book with nome "A precious one from us ha gone, money. 0ncr can get nme by deA voice we loved I still, scribing it, paying for this notice nnd A place is vacant in our home' calling on Theo Currey. Which never can be rilled." I will stand a regisNOTICEi Girl over 10 year old to learn tered Holttein Dull, King Velman, tf knitting. Excellent wage and ex- New York, thi season it Ilyattsville. cellent working condition. Apply Season 12.00 at the gate.' noyj i,in, Richmond Hosiery Mill, Rossville. Ga., six mile from Chattanooga, M. Mctcalf, Surveyer, 25 years J. 2rt-2- t. Tenn. experience. Illue print furnished. All cafis answered promptly. Phone WANTED Carp.ntrrs, Join.is, 1S3, Stanford, Ky. Boat Buitd.rs, Cabin. t Mak.rs, Mill, wrlghls, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, PipeGOOD OPPORTUNITY to go into fitters and Painter for work on high business In Danvilir. Six room Resclass yachts and phonograph cabin. tt. idence and Grocery Store. ResidenSteady work. Our shops ar sanitary, tial section. Good 'busine. I r light and sLam-healeiuick sale $1750. Stock nt Invoice Tha Matthews Company, J. H. Letcher and Co., S'lS-T- t. Port Clinton, Ohio. Danville, Ky Thomas. jrx!aocxxxxTOX)ojrxrajatxar l f virj- ltd. 2 Swine-broa- Keily Springfield e Tires S g, TRIUMPH OF EXPERIENCE t. Dealers in Garrard County , t. STORMES ORUG STORE PAINT LICK GARAGE horse-stealin- 1 J. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursdr.y June 26, 1919 4i Gossip About People vxv A Oolrl ty Thait Trlcf Mtntlon of Iht Ceititnji and Wi Art Intsmtid In. vliltor Mr". Mr. Onylc Doty hat been a recent In Danville. S. T. Lenvell him liocn visiting relative! in Danville. Miis Margaret Cook has been visit. Irk friends In Newcnttlc. Mr. Im Holtzclaw was in the city latt week buying goodt. Miss Margaret Cook is MIn I'ilcher in Louisville. visitintr MIii Faye King of Hubble, li with Mits Lucille Schooler till week. Mln Mamie Stormei Dunn hat' been vlilting friends In Cynthinnn. i Mr. Joe Price, who hm been Miitiisippi, for several months i home, in at MIii Faye Acton, of Louliville, it vlilting her parent, Dr. ami Mrs. J. M. Acton. , ' HIcc Hughe hat from a vitit to relative Mnrktbury. .Miss Mary Kist, tpent several days Mr. and Mrs. Frailer Hurt were down from Crab Orchard last Sunday. in Lexington the'guest of Mrs. Charles Zlmmer. Mr. Rrihard Lackey has returned Mits Sadie Kstct, of Waco, is the from a several weeks villi in Arkansas. attractive guest of her sister, Mlis Ktirabcth Kstet. Mi. Loyd Crouihorn and daughter Miss Annie Ilelte lKll.ird is the atepent last week with Mr. S. F. Crouthorn. tractive guest of her sister, Mrs. Jack Davlr, nt Paint Lick. Mr. onJMrs. Kay Lackey of KanMr. Klmer S. Montgomery of Heisas City, are guests nf their parents, delberg, is with bis parents, Mr. and In this city. Mrs. W. II. Montgomery. Mr. ami Mrs. J. C. Ballard vcie reMrs. Thomas Adams, of Simps-bur- g, cent visitors at the home of Mr. W. is visiting he.' mother, ' Mrs. 0. Clark and family. Nack McGrnth, on Maple Avenue. Mrs. George llallcw of Rlchn nnd, Little Miss Elizabeth Mae Bear of will get rooms in Lancaster nnd make Louisville, came Saturday for a visit 'j this oty her future home. to Mrs. Marie Kpplng, nt the Hotel. Little Jnmcs Turner Clark spent Mits Lillian Boyle, of Mnttoon, 111., ' j the week end with his cousin, Karl has been a delightful guest for the Ward Clark on the Lexington pike. past week of Misses Ruby and Bessie Mrs. Levi Clam nnd Mrs. Arch Moss. are pleaiant guests of Mrs. Miss Porter Scott Hudson, if Charles Wilson, at DeWitt, Illinois. Danville, is the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Postle have her aunt, .Mrs. William Farnau, on motored up from Georgia ni.d nre Maple Avenue. j guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. J. 11 Kl:inni?J. Mrs. Ethah Gott and little daugMits Ioiurn Dunn, of Lexington, is hter, havf. returned tn their honii; In the guctt of Mits Helen Gulley at the Richmond after a vitit to her setter, j homo of Mr. and Mrs. David Ross. Mrs. L. N. Miller. jj A, , Mitt IMIa Mr. and Mrs. William S. Embry nr. ana .urs. tv, u. .tiomgomery, nnd daughter, ltuth, returned from a Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Montgomery mot- few days stay in Atlanta last Sunday. ored to Frankfort, ,and were guests Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of! !l,l,lli.l.nrn Mr nn.l Mtl Atlnir Stultz, of Louisville, and Miss Nellcj Mrs. C. I!. Henry and Interesting llourne, u! Lexington, are visiting children James Milton and Louise, their parents, Mr. nnd Mis. J. B. tpent last week with her sister, Mrs. Bourne, on the Stanford Pike. W. G. Clark. The many friends of Miss Dora Mr. John Ham, now of Somerset, Scott are glad to welcome her home but recently of this count was after her four years attendance and shaking hands vith his friends t graduation from Walnut Hills High last Monday. School, Cincinnati, Ohio, and it is (he will remain among us. , Mr. Harry Ware has been the guest hoped cf bis .Tiotlier. Mrs. Lettie Ware, n.id Private Charley Morris who snv,2 Mcltoberts, on several months service on the firing ts?er, Mrs. Robert Danville street. line at the front, came home Tuesday disMrs. I. N. Miller anJ baby, nre in hnving received his honorable ltliht ond to te brother, Mr. charge. Charley it well known hcrtr welcoming him fi'-lWilton, who has Just rituin-e- l nnd his friends are back. fieri overseas, Mr. I. W, Hudson, of Atlanta, was in the city last Monday and was heartily greeted by his friends-here- . 01 In order to fully appreciate the success Lex ingtcn'has achieved in perfecting the dependable six cylinder type of car, one must take the wheel and observe , The smooth, silent starting; the quick the rhythmic flow and ebb of power, highly responsive to your wish; the emergency brake that operates with one finger; the complete confidence and restfulness one enjoys whether tak-in- g a hill on high or inching through traffic. Let us demonstrate this remarkably good car it is a sound investment. get-away; in Jirs. uumey uoroon. jt MARION D.JOHNSON DISTRIBUTOR FOR Mn. Harold Oldham, of Richmond, hat been vlilting her mother, Mrt. Clayton ArnqlJ, Rich-mon- d J. I. West of are guest of Mistt Fannie ami Bettie Wett. Mr. and Mrs. Garrard, Boyle, Lincoln, Mercer and Madison. Mrt. Martha I'rice Frtsbie hat 'rom n viiit to Mrt. Mottle Trir" in Driivillc. Mr Val Coek, who hat been tending the School of Technology Atlanta, it et home.' at- in Mitti't Edna llcrkole, Florence Dunn Jobnson and Mamie S,tornt motored to Lexington Monday. Mrt. Anna Hubble and daughter) Mattle Mae, have returned from t Tint to relatlvet in Stanford. hr Mr. and Mr. Robert Embry, Sam- Lmbry and Mrs. Henry Simpson, Catl Acton came home Tuetday, tic! having been discharged after tcveral were over from Lexington last Saturday nnd .Sunday. months service with Undo Sam. Metirs Charlie '.anone, J. ton, Harry Anderton and W. II. HilII. Mat-o- n motored to Danville, Sunday. Mitt Kmlly I'rewitt, who has been Ifco guett of Mist Margaret Cook, hat Iltmncd to her home In Winchester. Mitset Kdna Iierkele and Florence Johnion have returned from a visit to Mii Thelma Wright In Cynthlana. Milt Nancy Scott will leave Sunday for a two weeks vliit "with her brother and sisters of Cincinnati, O. Mlrt Anglu Kinnaird, who has been tfi.fbing in the School for the Deaf, is at home for the In Indianapolis, vacation. Mrs. Newell Fox and Mln Sophron-i- a Fox, of Stanford, have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. Mrs. Mary Fox of llucna Vista, hat been visiting her son, Mr. James I. n Hamilton and Mrs. Hamilton on Street. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Trice and daughters, of Danville, have been recent guests of Mrs. D. M. lackey nnd ham, nre guests of their parents. Sir. Mlrs Jennie D. Lackey. nnd Mrs. Solon B. Henry. Mrs. Robert Brewer and children, Mrr. Elizabeth Jcseph has returned of Chelsea, Oklahoma, aro guests of from u visit with relatives In Dayher parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wal- ton, Ohio, where" sho vcnl to attend ker on Lexington Street. unveiling of the monument of her Mits Olllo Hnydon, of Danville, mid Miss Astrid l'earson, of Ashe-vill- e, N. O, are guesta of Mrs. Ira J. lloltrclaw, on Danville Street. Mr. Thomas Yantls, who has been qulto ill, was taken to u hospital in Lexington where he will undergo a rurgical operation. Tho ninny friends of Mr. Yantis hope ho will soon bo restored to good health. Mrs. Tom Ballard's many friends . i ...... t... in. i...... ...in i, , . mnth ,M ..,,.,. n annon, qf Hustonville, wl 6 suircreu n stroke of paralysis jivcrtd weeks Mines Margaret and Joe Faulkner, ago. Mrs. Ballard has just returned of Hillsborn, Ohu, are expected for from her bedside. Mr., V. n visit to their giand-mothcr- , Misses Harry and Pntsy Kinnaird I!. Maon, in Stanford Street. ami Mis Dorothy Sprague will leave Mr. and Mrs. 11, E. Hughes ndpIonilay for a w weeks' visit to daughter, Mif Margaret, motored up' friends nt Lancaster. Miss Harry from Louisville last Saturday and will Kinnaird will then go to Lebanon to spend a few days with friends und be with relatives dutlng the renin' rMIddlesboro or. ider of the summer. relatives. Lexington Herald. Mr. Jesie P. Lawrence who has Sergeant "Billy" Miller arrived been released from service in tho Navy, has returned to Chfcego, nf. home from Camp Taylor last Tucs S. ter a few weeks visit with ,ds mother, day morning, looking the picture of 'health, having gained about thirty Mrs. J. .1. pounds during tho fourteen months Mr. T. M. Wilson motored up from service, one year of which was spent Bowling Green last Saturday and overseas. His friends were just as Joined Mrs. Wilson at the homo of glad to sec him as he seemed glad to Mr. ami Mrs. J. H. Mount. They re- get home. turned to their home today. Mrs. C. K" . Galloway and Mrs. Miss Viola Beagle, of Georgetown, Wearrcn Kennedy and ihildrcn, acIs the charming guest of Miss Chris- companied by two boy students of tine Sanders and Mrs. Boone Sanders Millcrsburg Military Academy, 15. AI. Miss Beagle has just graduated with Stagnor of Duncannon Ky,ind Itoft-e- rt honors, from Georgetown College. Campbell of West VaT, ton of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Smith nnd chil- Senator Campbell und great' granddren, Forest, Robert and Miss Anna son of Alexander Campbell, were visMuc, of I.ouiivlllc, nnd Mr. nnd Mn. itors of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Doty, SunAllen D. Henry nnd son, of Birming day at their homo on Richmond S: .,, Montgomery' and tending. Any one who desires trans- - Mr. and Mrs. Burnam Ledford and Miss Eulalah friend, Mr. Luther Peyton, spent njportatUn should notify Miss Bourne children, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Green very enjoyable day with her brother, ' ns soon as possible. and family, motored from Manse " Sunday, and were guests of Mr. and Mr. ami Ms. J. J. Montgomery, at j Mrs. James L. Yantis at a delightful Camp Nelson, Sunday. J r'gSt One of tho many attractive parties of tho past week was the enjoyable one given by Miss Sue Shelby Mason at her pretty home on Stanford street. Artistic arrangements of roses and other summer flowers the Mr Joseph, motored thru added to tho beauty of the home and mother. Ices, cukes and bonin her new Veile ear and wiis uceom-pante- d the occasion. More than twenty-by Mr. William Kinnaird. ) bons wcro served. guests wero present. live Mr. Jim Arnold, of Columbia S. C Tho following nrticlo taken from is hero for n visit of several weeks to his mother, Mrs. Joe Arnold, on Dan-vlll- o the Norfolk, Virginia Daily, will bj street. Jim says Columbia is read with interest by Miss Grant's alright, but Garrard county is tho best tunny Lancaster friends "Pupils of county in the world and If ho ever lenves Columbia, Lancaster for him. musical studio this afternoon to the friends and na Irons of her class. An interested and ) very appreciative audience was p res- i t i 4 received Mrs. J. It. Mount ih't weels a commencement program of Washington University, announcing the graduation, with honors, cf her nephe-.v- , Robert Harvey Mcltoberts, from 'he law department of this school. After receiving his A. "B. degree, Mr.'McRoberU was awarded both fie Thesis prize and the Alumni prize, valued at fifty dollars cac'i. l!c was coach for the Foot ball, base ball nnd the Basket ball teams, for which he received $500; he was the editor of the Law Review Magazine, published by the University, as well as the Unlvcrsity'e Librarian, for which services he received his tuition and in addition $15.00 a month. That ho could have received all the honors given by the University In addition to the other work which devolved upon him, shows his wonderful acumen for his line of work, which ho has so thoroughly mastered. years j,Mr. Mcltoberts is twenty-fou- r of age anil is tho oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mcltoberts, both of whom formerly lived in Lancaster. His friends nnd relatives here justly proud of his wonderful record and predict for him a bright and prosperous future. GUY t Miss Rose Turner spent the week Mr. and Mrs. John Smith entertainend with .Miss Uollie uarnes. ed at an elegant dinner Sunday in Miss Bcisie; Scott is visiting Mr. honor of their son, Charlie, who rennd Mrs. Wm. Scott and family. cently from overseas. Qolte Miss Jean Broauuus was n visitor of Mrs. William Lane Wednesday. Master Harry Turner was the guest of hit nephew, J. I!. Black, Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Vater wire visitors Sunday of Mis Ellen Turner. Mrs. Otto Grow of Scotts Fork is with his brother Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grow. Miss Ollie Barr of Lowell spent the week end with Misses Maude nnd Fannie Smith, Mrs. John Smith and Miss LIJa Broaddus were guests Wednesday of Mrs. J. L. Yantis. Misses Ellen and Bessie Turner were visitors Friday of their sister, Mrr. John Black. Mr. Hobart Smith of Lexington tpent Suiday with his parents, Mr, JI- dining. The lloral decorations field daisies. Were 1 returned a number of friends, and relatives accepted the hospitality and spent an enjoyable day with Mr. and MiaT Smith ana fam'ly. ft " are'JMr. and John Smllh- Henry Mrs. C. R. - UNION PICNIC Mill SSiS'At Kings 4th. On July ol I FRESH PISH FRIDAY HEADQUARTERS & SATURDAY FOR t OF EACH WEEK. PARIS GREEN. i I Sander's Variety Store. wv spit vrtR f rr a . ifi ty mum. uniun oumiuy auiuui .,(..(. . which includes all tho Sunday Schools n.n.l.nl nrnitnHnn. nf W .... ... ... f J of Garrard county, will bo held at nn.l (!) 111 on e sourco o;f extreme gratMcatlon to tho ""V.f "v? I?" a'io Vfiiu I'lAU uu uuiy tin iiiiiim patrons. Bourno has this under management The marriage of Miss Dorothy nnd If everyone does as she tells them Ferguson Roland to Mr, Edward Ter-- . and bring their lunch with them a rill Tanscott. of Owensboro. occur- - grand and glorious time will be the red at Jclfersonsvllle, last Friday result. She tells us that she has notified every Sunday school In the counJ formed by the Rev. F. E. Andrews, ty and from the flattering reports she ui uiv jiiri8iiuii vnurvu. uc. au-- i has received it looks like the whole of young Garrard county will turn out. Mrs. Tapscott are Everybody mutt boost this and peoplo and their marriage will be a surprise to their' friends since no an- don't leave It all for the work of Miss nouncement of their plans had been Bourne. Remember the time, Friday made. At Miss Uolan'if, daughter of July the Fourth and the place, Kings ) Mrs. Elizabeth Walker Bolanl, the Mill, between Camp Dick Roblnton bride graduated with high honors and and Danville. Bring your dinnerand later became society reporter for the' all the children. Auto truckt will be ..., J1" -- -- n Laxington Herald. supplied those who have no way of at- - anil children of Knktville wero Sunday guoitt of Mr. and Mr. Milton Ward. Mrs. Patience Prlchctt of Rowland has returned to her home afar a vitit tJ her daughter, Mr. Henry Yater. Mr. and .Mrs. W. S. Embry and little daughter, Ru'Ji, have returns 1 from n visit to friends In Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Ward and sons Harold and J. T. motored to Lexington Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Masters Robert Batson and Glnn Gordon Davidson, of Lancas.sr, aro Mrs. Carrie with their grand-motheDavidson. Mrs. Mahan and son, and Rev. Biumnic J, of Lnncattcr, Mr. Calvin Sowdcr, tnotf.cr and tistcr, were th? guests Tuesday of Mr. Chailie Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Harvey and children, Mr. and Mrs. Alfted Ton-te- r and fanllly of McCreary. sicnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Green ToVnter. Master L'kiI Clark and several oC his friendt were royally entertained nt tho home of his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Monday, the happy cccaiion being Earl's 0th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Broaddus Sr.,; V Well Wear Them In these dayt o( ihctt tkirtl a woman must girc moic attentlan than ever to her ankles. Sieging, wrinkled hose will spoil the whole effect of an otherwise perfect costume. To be sure of neatly 6tticg hose, we recommend Women Dressed Armor Plate Hosiery Knk to shape and lite exactly not ttretched or shrunk Into shape after knitting. Fanincolor dyedmth "Harms-no- t guaranteed Dye" not to rot, burn or weaken the yarn. Incotton.xroolortilk "perfect In weave, wear tod wash." Vhyuot take burnt several pair todayf 41 MRS RELLA A. FRANCIS iijiijii.i.ijmi mm,-- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 26 1919. WRIGHTS L60K jfeglBilf Mfff for the Dromedary Came a Long Distane to Attend Methodist Centenary Celebration UNITED STATES RAILROAD TRATION Director General of Railroad ADMINIS- -' Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares are now in effect to various Summer Resorts Providing Attractive Vacation Trips Following nre round trip rate from Lancaster to nearby resorts (war tax extra). ?15.9G Blue Ridge. Ga $11.58 Diamond Springs, Ky. $11.01 Gallatin, Tenn. $ 2.70 Irvine, Ky. .u Maryville, Teiui. $10.20 $ 8.81! Oliver Springs, Tenn $ 0.8-1 Torrent, Ky. $ 1.08 Crab Orchard, Ky $10.20 Franklin. Ky $12.76 Hnrtsville. Tenn. $ 3.24 London, Ky $17,31 Murphy, N. C, $ 8.40 Smith Grove, Ky, $12.71 Westmoreland. Tenn., For fares to other points or further particulars apply to local ticket agent. 'p pj S8 ' fill Bf IISl Iffili Plllllll Iflf US have an eye out also for. the name WRSGLEYS That name ,s your pr0" tectlon aujlnst Inferior Imitations. Just as the sealed package is pro-tectlon acainst impurity. The Greatest Name 1 HH l iiifl p p jpl pi THK first Mettiodist Centenary that I havo seen the preparations dromedary has arrived belns made for It at tho expo Itlon In Cotiimhua, O-- . and li.it consented to grounds. This world's missionary exan Inter '.'W. In fact, 10 softened position Is going to bent anthlng 1 a' tuti dlsporltlon by the familiar hate ever seen, and I hae seen many scenes which erected him In the things In my travels." The dromedary Is one of a number North Africa exhibit section at the exposition crounds that he rmlllngly of animals who are arriving to take consented to iose for a picture with part In the great X'entenary celebrathe reporter perched precariously on tion In Columbu,( They will appvar In the exhibitions of foreign counhis hump. "I've cor-.- e a lone: distance to attend tries, and some absolutely safe camthe ("catenary celr' ration " he stated, els and elephants will be ridden by "and I don't regret a mile of it now children who come to the exposition. Diaw A Check for tlie money you uv e mid Associate Director of Music at Methodist Centenary Celebration , i choir of NHi pieces, lectures by Thomas, distinguished traveler and writer from the Holy l.aad and other events equally notable The architecture of the Colireum Is such that cery lerson lll tut an iinoustructeii view or what goes on upon the stase and can hear everr Vord spoken or nolo played or sung". note how much more res pectfully your creditors you They like to do business with n titiin who has mi account at the T" Garrard Bank & Trwt Co ENTERTAINMENT AT attsr"lMMrKHgB Find Indian "Stone Celts. In nn nrtlc-lon Ini!;n tnn In the YVIcnnln Arrlicn'mNr CI tirles K. Brown, chief of the state hMnrlrnl s museum, dccrlbi' the vnrlnns of rc!K or stone hatchet, nnd In hat Wlo.V)'nln !wnlltlen many of them have bwn found. Jefferson county ha heen Hie source of many celt', tind other foontle! In which they have been found re Dane, Calumet, Brown, Waupaca, Walworth. Wlnnebapi, Waukesha and Washington. Have Good Light. If von work at nleht he sure that on h.ive n eim1 llcht. Arc light, he. nn-- e ay llrtte r They know he is doing budnesi in a business like open such an account even it your aflalrs are not large. Thv will grow all right. CENTENARY VARIED The Garrard Bank Pcalli valley & Trust Company To Polish Shots. ,f Injurious. A shaded uhstltute at night for diffused The electric bulb should cither huve a dome or n dark paper "hide. A ens llcht composed of mantle nnd bulb produces a Rood, diffused llcht and when placed high enough near the celling does not Injure the i. their slarln ray, are exceed-- n llcht l the ni,t. tie. . STOP! LOOK! the Horace Whltehouse, head TO department of music of ofOhio University, at Delaware, Wesleyan and 'associate director of music of the Centenary Celebration Methodist which will be held In Columbus, O., June 10 to July 13, is due the credit for tbe remarkable success of the Children's Crusade chorus of WO young voices. Professor Whltehouse has been training this chorus for sev eral weeks. They will appear as an effective feature of the Centenary celebration program. Death Valley. U n narrow valley Daily Programs. the I'liunmlnt and Kuiicral mountain In Callfonibi. It It traversed by lln A inn run ni river, which l UMiully a dry channel, tlmtigh probCHILDREN TAKE GREAT PART ably It ui formerly full of wbIit The levi-- l of im valley In cmenl Willi wilt, nuppo! to Im vi- - bifu brought by Ih turn-ntfrom tbe Huge Pageant, Representing tbe Chil.i ilcert nnd left on the dren's Crusade of the Twelfth Cenof 'the water. Uenth vnl'ey tury, Wilt Be Given Each Day. Is mmlilcTvil tn h l!u hottiM nnd Famous Speakers Have Agrttd to driest riinii- - In tin- - I'nlted HtnlfH. A nf Vl drgrees lias been Attend Cslcbratlon at Columbus, tcinpf-nitiirnbserv cd. June 20 to July 13. In addition to the religious features of tbe Methodist Centenary celebration, which opens In Columbus, O, on June 20, every effort Is being made tu popularize the dally programs and to make them attractive to the varied tastes of all visitors, according to Alonzo K. Wilson, director of tho department of special days. 'The ltUnbow Division band and a famous Jackie band will furnish music dally, and well known Chautauijua entertainers have contracted to be there with lhely programs of singing and Instrumental music, for loters of classical and sacred music, tho ColUium at the exposition grounds will be a Mecca. Dally recitals by Professor William J. Kraft of Columbia University, at tbe 130.000 organ; ar symphony orchestra, famous singers, a chorus of 1,000 voices and the trombone choir of 100 pieces will bo featured there. I'ageanta in life plays, motion pictures and educational lectures will afternoons fill the mornings, and evenings. "It la our aim to provide entertainment for everybody ever) minute of the day," says .Mr. Wilson, ' That tbe celebration Is not for grownups alono Is proved by the ex. tensive preparations being made for tbe children who come. In addition to playgrounds, well equipped and attended, there will be elephants, camels and burros to ride, and a Wild West show eery day. A huge pageant representing the Children's Crusado of. the twelfth century will be dally by fj00 children, accompanied by a children's chorus of 00 voices. Among the famous men ot the country who hate ugreed definitely to be here for tbe Centenary celebration William 11, Tart. are Major (Jenoral Leonard Wood. Secretary Joesphusl)aulels, William Jennings llryan, Lieutenant Colonel The odore Roosevelt, Governor Nlenry J, secretary ot Allen, Franklin K, the Interior; John Ilarrett, director general of the Union; Henry V. Plettber, United States amto Mexico; Kl Sr. Dr. Ue bassador ambaasador Monilla. Mexican at Washington, and Chapluln Tiplady of the, Ilrltisb army, Tbe.e met will spesk in the UoIImuu during the Every Effort Made to Popularize p Kngllkhmiin's Iiin-- , or "limits, rr the licst liNiklni: se'n on Iht feet f nny nice. The reason fur this Is puts trees In bis ih't tin- - Knitlli-bninIr . which srp )i..1Miii with the T' iv rin." In- e IIiit thus smiNithiil out. The pnllh. If nppllnl uhllr the shoe on iIih fiHit. as l uunl In America. soft-nin- Into tin- - slmpo of - lni- Its ani'xith ffi-iTnvs, which mid to th Inns 'i of lui, nn- lnripi-nlinnd .!"! be put In tbe Iiim" cvt-rnlKbt. shiK-s- , hi try pol- juur nun ' li? them when on tri-s- . You will plrast-with thi- - rrsult. Imtbi-r the fiuit nnd tb? sin- iiIi IANKING ,6at IY MAIL AtMtytsly Prlvat . 6iisBuiirtf I. bring using Ih Mil LISTEN! g our many thAulaiffis "Bank kf MUlVjkIS nk Is rMtAoftvrtstiiiAis liUq"' on'. Wilnjaj Vts will Usllra if INfEREST 4 Ham saflv l CSStful full tors COLISEUM HAS LARGEST We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds STAGE IN THE WORLD, ciyslo dcclplln largii ; isouscis to Mitxtoa wfi Mm If EvaXt.nV V' "Kui Aninntiajl tWUt M. I" ADT0M0BILEIIANDIGAS3 ClfSSlsX UN ENGINE-repairin- Crowning Feature of Methodist Centenary Celebration, On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charger and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small, We also carry a largo stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction Columbus, O. As the Coliseum Is tb crowning feature of the exposl- tlon grounds where tbe .Methodist Centenary celebration will bo held Juno 20 to July 13, so It will bouse a number of tbe crowning features of that celebration. llullt originally by the state of Ohio at a cost of a quarter of a million dollar's to bouse live stock exhlbi- tlons. It bas been transformed by lib-- , eral expenditures into one of the finest auditoriums In America. It has been furnished with a IJO.000 pipe organ. It has been fitted with the largest stage hi America. It bu been reseated to accommo date 8,000 spectators. Tbe stage will accommodate 2,000 people. The orchestra pit Is arranged for 15 musicians. Tbe building is solid concrete, steel and gbus, and has extraordinary acoustic properties. In the building will bu given the dally presentation of the pageant. "The Wayfarer," with 1,000 participants; tbe dally organ recital, peri odic concert! by the symphony conctrts br tbe trombone 2Z 31 ICZDC 1C 31 IE Have Your Tires Retreated Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e retreading-n- ot half sole-a- nd cess of can rebuild a tire at less than half price. j ( ' I 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. lso sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any guaranteed. Patrick Is & Conn. The Danville Brick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. 4.ENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. Walnut Street. I Danville, Kentucky. 3CZJCZ3C 3C II calibration. IE The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 26. 1919 NEW CAR LOAD WIEE PENCE. Our last car load of SAVING LABOR WITH CATTLE "They do more than please your taste they ly ll.e Unlit filatu Depart-- ) n.cnt ct Agriculture.) In general, labor lu beef cattle op- See our OIL STOVES, the best that money can e rnttu:. may be rnvnl In two war. buy. The flrtt. width probably will offer Our REFRIGERATORS nrc the best to be had. iiul'k'St nllef ntid not require 1111 jixtui outlay of cupltal, is in alter the I dally Buy one of our STEEL OR CAST RANGES. routine of chore so n to r duct- - the iimnunt of Ulxir needed. (1) We guarantee to save you money on all the Allow tulves to nune their dams In above. the tnHure Instcud of bringing tlitni tn the bum lots (or that purpose. -) ItUIi the bull with the cows Instead (3) of keeping Mm In a paildock. Mack coarse rouchiipes In racl. fmni vhlch the cattle may eat at will Instead of rationing their ftt-- to them I'm; dally. In fattening rattle for market Instead of ra tioning the freil to tliim once or twice pointed, and we arc branded as white-livere- d n day, as tl.e practice niay be. (.',) cowards. In their Cecil tlio dliTerint feedstuff Wc nre liable to receive these raps whole state Instead of cliadlnc, cutBusiness. and many more, and we always ting, crukhlns. grinding, etc. (C) Load Editing a newspaper Is an easy Job ready to receive visitors, arc whether ac- manure to the preuiltr nnd haul it to If one ran stand it. companied by a dog or not. Of course tin- - tlild direct rat Ik r thun dump It If It contain any advertisement, llmlnatlng the neiwv do not claim there Is any work in mi Hi', thereby i the subscribers claim they take too running a newspaper. Everybody cessity of ri loading. (7) Dihorn all rrade cattle and pure bred not to be much space. knows It's a snap. exhibited at fnlrs and run them toIf there is a scarcity of advertising, gether so far as possible rather than it Is unpopular, ami the people won't riparate them according to sex, age. WITH STUFFED have It. itc, thereby making It po.slble for If we attend church regularly, they one mini to look after a greater numsay we do it far effect. BAD ber of rattle In the same length of If we stay away from ihunti. t'ic time. (S) Carefully cull the herd fc I. a! en say we are monstrous!,, n to retain only profitable animals . accept an invitstwn t If wc und reduce the number of surplus ones i Get busy 'with a'bottld of wedding, they say we sre invited to to ho carried through seasons In which Dr. Kind's New Discovery the greatest care iier head must be "write It up" at onco j supplied. muiit, If we are on the street The second way to save labor with i they lay we neglect our bunncM. Coughs, colds and broucMal attack beef cattle Is to supply ialor-aln- g If we avoiil going on the street, they arc all likely to result in dancer nullum nt. While this method require- they say we don't hustle around after Ivua unci iiu.ii .imm. .mKAi ,i .nut. ru expenditure of money and will how effectively and quickly Dr. the news. I probably not bring such quick relief June's New Discovery help to do the If we reject a long winded com- ! checking, TOrkl, Inflamed, irritated n.i the tlrrt method, the equipment munication, it author becomes furi- . membranes are soothed, the mucoui supplied will be permanent and In his I phlegm loosened t freely, load quiet, ously enraged and discontinue the long run will probably be more rdflut ilifn follows.' tconomlcnl In saving labor. The folpaper. I AUdrucjutshavc -tt. Sold since 1SC9 lowing 'lire some of the forms of ' If we publish lengthy communicaequipment that should bo supplied for tions, our subscribers say we lack ConstlpatloniEmacIpatlon I and put it in to fill up. )Uo more liybowelsye0ow com. If we omit to decorate our office cJextion,' tick i DeadacheA Indigestion, cmbarasslntr breath, when you use ss ; birthday, window on Washington's New they soy we lack enterprise and that corrective Dr. King's systemLife Frits. They systematise tee tsd keep there Isn't n drop 'of patriotic blood te.vorld looking .cheerful.' in our degenerated carcass. If we omit jokes, they say we are Our philosopher says: Land don't poor, miserable fossils. make crops. It's brains that do the If we arc single, they say we are trick. A savage'll ruin the best of too helpless to get married. land in n year or two, while a real to poor land If wc are married, they say it's a farmer'll persuade pity for our wives: change its mind an' grow crops. If we publish a man who has .Make Thrift a happy habit through brought disgrace upon his family, the friends of the family never forgive War Savings Stamps. us. Money spent Is money gone: inIf we, out of the goodness of heart, decline to say an) thing on the sub- vested in Wnr Savings Stamps it stays ject, the man's enemies arc disap with you. are beauties. We are making special prices for the next thirty days. ; Alter Dally Routine of Chores Sa As to Reduce Amount of Work Needed Other Hints. 'I'tcartI W. J. ROMANS Editing A Newspaper A Pleasant DP "A COLDr i NOTE Moisture-proo- f package keeps them firm and fresh, whatever the weather. Chesterfields "let you in" on an entirely new kind of cigarette enjoyment. .They not only please ycur iosec, but they do something else besides. Know what a big, juicy becfrteah dees for your hunger? Well, Chesterfields do exactly trs same thing for your smoking. They touch the "smoke-sno- t" They let you know you're smoking. They SATISFY! The blend does it And the blend is the manufacturer's secret. Unlike a patent, it cannot be copied or even closely imitated. If you want a smoke that really "satisfies" ask for "Chesterfields." Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended XktH A VACUUM Handy Arrangement for Feeding Stock Which Save Labor. FEED OF FUEL COOLED ft STARTED , XTPA POWER PULLEY V SPLASH l9 , W. BUMS KEROSENEl (1) Permanent pasture; (It) feed racks; (t) (2) deep well; (3) windmill; (0) water-pipinsystem; (7) water troughs; (S) litter carriers; (9) manure spreader; (10) dehornliig chute, nnd (11) pasture fencing. In many Instances some of the suggestions given under both methods of saving labor could be economically upplled. this purpose: In addition, the hogs were kept or. a pasture of orchard grass ami clover. Figuring the pork at $19.75 per hun"During a period of ten day, of dred and the cost of tankage, which rliicli an accurate record of feed used was $12.S0, Mr. liudd realized :i.0:; st.d the weights of the hogs were for every bushel of corn used" kept, the tollowinir results werj seThe faith that moves mountains Is cured c.i the farm of Albert Ilxll: Sixty-se- x eri hogs made n gain of 127 1 the faith that gets a steam shovel inpounds in Id days, or, i dail; gain of stead of an old hoe. Labor saving During this period '10 and time saving Is what you want. It 1.9 pounds. bushels of corn and 250 pounds of means money saving, too, for War CO per cent tankage were consumed. Savings Stamps. lately put on what he calls "show g me", tei.-da- denion-strat'en- j" INDIVIDUAL HOUSE FOR SOW CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARROLL Separate Pen or Stall Six by Eight Feet, With Fender, It Best at Farrowino Time. Democratic Candidal For GOVERNOR it trouble-proElectric Western & LIGHT POWER oi foisiures make d THIS type of Western Electric and Light is practically automat.c in it. its operation- -a child can operate Dependable electric service night. and .dayjor, your farm, eejlhpjantjnoperau'oa, BASTIN BROTHERS He Can Win In November. At farrowing time each sow should have a separate stall, pen, or Individual bouse about six by eight feet with n fender or ratling about ten Inches from the wall nnd a foot nit the floor to keep tho rigs from being "Although 1 paid only $2.00 for J caught against the wall by the sow bottles of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy when lying down. I wouldn't take $100. for what 2 dosHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS es have dene for me. My partner also has taken a dose with wonderful results. LIVE STOCK NOTES lie was threatened with cit operation for stomach nnd bowel niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinir trouble and l sure he will be all right Horses and mules will bo used for now. We both suffered from many years on some farms. and bloatluf; with g'.t". It i a simple, harmless preparation thi't Compared with corn, nine bushels removes the catarrhal mucus from the of rooked potatoes arc worth twu of Intestinal tract and allays the Inthe grain as a hog feed. flammation which causes practically ' stomach, live and intestinal ail When lambs arc coming rapidly the all One ewes should bo watched day aud ulgU ments, including apiendintu. dose will convir.ia or money refund. to avoid unnecessary losses. (adv.) ed. It does not pay to take a chance feeding hogs' swill which contains strong soup or some of the washing powders. Talk Of High Cost Of Medicine. .MttsS)M 15 PER CENT REDUCTION ON ALL TIRES REX GARAGE CONN:& CONN,;ProprIetors. I "Show Me" Gets Results. Many farmers are from Missouri, A lamb too weak to stand should get a fill of Its mother's milk ss soon as they must be shown. The countv possible. If It refuse to nurse feed it agent in Washington' County, has from a bottle, If The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday. June 26, 1919. if Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR Path of Duty By JESSIE KTHBLSHKR WIN j r i iCorrrnm. mi, br Union.) m. w..t.tn r will be sold in Lancaster arid Garrard County exclusively by KINNAIRD BROS. Phone No. 66. BUCKEYE I SUGGESSTION SIGNS FORETOLD visited Mr. Mr. Henry Kindred QUICK SUCCESS. To Shippers of Hogs Hugh Noel last week. visiting is Locker Miss Linda Violinist Noti- During Heated friends in Lexington. j Paducah Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were in! son. ced Trutona's BeneNicvholnsville Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards and fits From "The family have located here. Miss Emma Smith spent a few days Very Start." with Miss Barbara Gulley. Paducah, Ky., June 25th. "Tru-ton- a Miss Barbara Gulley is visiting seemed to help me from the very relatives in Madison County. start," was the enthusiastic state-Mr. Hiram Kay and Dr. W. D. Pry ment made on Mny oth( by C. E. a few days in Louisville last or 33 yean oUi a we known Pa. week. Iducah violinist, now playing at the Mr. J. P. Prather has returned Arcade Theater here. Mr. Mclver after a weeks visit with relatives in resue5 at 1736 Harrison street. Madison. , "for some time I've been troubled Mr. and Mrs. Talbolt Jenkins and with nervous indigestion", he con-M- r. T. O. Hill were in Crab Orchard tinued. "My appetite was poor and the little food I ate didn't agree with Saturday. Mr and Mrs William Ray of Hyats- - me. It seemed that I just couldn't ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel sleep at night. "1 certainly think Trutona is, a re last Thursday. I easily a hun Mr. Wilbert Ray of Madison coun- markable tonic for rest ty visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. dred per cent better at night now. My appetite is so much better, too, Linzy Ray Sunday. and I'm not bothered with the indiMiss Verna Ray of Edenton visited gestion any more. I have faith in Mrs. Permelia Boher grand-mothe- r, Trutona and I'm glad to recommend le a few days last week. it to those suffering as I did. I do Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles, Miss hope they will give the new tonic n Francis Miles and Mrs. Olive Powell trial". spent last Wednesday in Crab OrStatements from people of Mr. chard. reputation are doing much to Mrs. Morford and daughter have convince even the most skeptical of returned to their home in Danville af- Trutona's remarkable merits as a reter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. constructive tonic, system "purifier Morford. and invigoiant. Jlr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins and Trutona is now being introduced Mr. and Mrs. Walker Uradshaw and and explained in Lancaster, at It. E. family were weekend guests of Mr. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. (Advertisement ) and Mrs. T. O. HUL Mr. and Mrs. Miles and daughters, Our philosopher says: Don't make and Mr. Harry Crutchfleld of Nichol-asvill- e nny buffer for sale if the children were guests on Sunday of Mr. have to go without whole milk to Mrs. A. C. Miles. and lrink. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. .Morford and oo, Walter Durham, Mrs. Hiram Kay and Mils Sallie Lou Teater have been - Fifteen hundred, more livo and entpending a few days in Cincinnati. thusiastic boys and girls have Joined Ray, Mrs. agricultural clubs this spring than a Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Uora Teater, Misses Sallie Lou Tcatcr year ago, according to reports in the And Ethel Ray have been guests of office of the State leader at the Ex relatives In Crab Orchard and Nich- - periment Station at Lexington. This olasville, recently. increase in numbers is considered Mrs. J. M. Stapp and little eon, ery gratifying us the push of war James, Mrs. Kaye Reichelderfer, Mrs. work is now over. In other words, Roy Schooler and Mr. and Mrs. Hu- it is popular and profitable to be a bert Carter have been recent guests member. of Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. Prayer meeting and choir practice every Wednesday evening at the Baptist church at eight o'clock. Tiie subject last week was "Prayer", this Dean of Dr. W. C. Ruedlger, "Jesus Teachings". Every- Teucher's College, George Washing week body Invited to come. ton University, Washington, D. C, Society and principal of the summer school The Womani Missionary met with good uttendanre. Mrs. of the university will give a series of John Land, President; Miss Barbara lessons on the principles of teaching Gulley, Vice President; Mrs. Nora at the summer session. In the course Teater Secretary and Treasurer; of the lessens he will emphasize the Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Elhyt principles of thrift, using as a basis Mrs. the Thrift Lessons in Civics and committee. Ray programme gotten out by the Savings DiRobert Uroaddus wilt lead the next vision of tup Tresury Department. meeting which will meet July 17. 'r 1,500 More Join. Thrift At The Summer Schools. Mli Kleannr Itndrllffe was cherished as nn Institution of llrnyttlle. She hnil rented one of the In the town, wimil ti liar plenty or money, encaged two sennnt a ii J led a quiet routine life, responding to all calls for public welfare or clinr-Itj- r, tint mixing little with the people. There had been a hint that, serene-fnce-d nnd cheerful n she win. Mlts ItadcllfTe had sought eclulon because of n disappointment In loo. Nobody knew the details It was nil nimor nnd gossip, hut It was current that a man she regarded with affectionate devotion hail married another. Certainly, with her fair, expressUe face and winning mmner, m was wyrthy of Interested nltentlou, nut she In no way encouraged It and her secret was her own. Mls HndcllnV was n great loter of nnlmal pel. At thc first she kept two beautiful collies but one was poisoned and the oilier run oter by n wagon. A rnt win uexj handsome hlgh-hrjadopted, but some one style the animal and Its successor was slinrt-lled- . "Well, what ! you think" exclaim-e- d resia neighbor to tl next-doo- r dent. "MIm llndcllfTe Inn a new pet a baby!" "For mercy's sake Whoior ".Nobody know. Mie went nwny Mondiy and came buck Wednesday with Hie child ii little girl about two years old." There' a mjidery here, mid rouggosted ; but mance," was darkly the gossips got no further with their e Miss surmises and curiosity. engiigtil a nurxo mid the little child became the object of lief tender care. Then MIm ItadrlllTe was resrt-e- d going to ii dltance on the train each week. Finally there was nu explanation. A visiting rvlatlse of n Lancaster, Ky. .Mrs. Itixe liapKiinl to fee Mls ItadcllfTe m llio limine. "Why, I know that lady!" he "She's the one who bought a plate called the Hermitage. A few wevks Infer Hiss ItadcllfTe, left the baby, iiure and tin- posn-mloOraytllfe for good and of their new lland home. About a Seamonth later the man who had spoken of the Hermitage revisited fJraysllle. "Writ thiw Itadcllffe folkn hate down at the Hermitage," he said, I desire to call your attention to "and Jut as secret ami exrliiMve as the suggestion from Mr. O. B. Liv- eer. Tliey've taken In a new member of the family a woman. Tl" doc Kentucky, ingston of Vadisonvllle, tor goe tlierv regularly to attend her as to how he Im been able to redu.-nnd I hear that che U out of her shrinkage on hogs when shipping durmind." '. ing ho: we.nfwi. "What a rolxup!" was the vigorous during the comment. He stated, "Three times .leated term of this summer, in car It was Indeed a "mliup" to all sate b load lots, 1 have reduced the shrink- MIm ItaildllTe. What a story simcould luive lolil. If no Inclined ! What age at least CO per cent by tho ple expedient of placing in each car a heart history, tender, sad, Involvlns sacrifice and the fulwith the hogs, three 100 pound cakes dlapihituient. fillment of a duty grandly. unelflhly of Ice, upon the floor of the car at and sincerely! Eleanor HadcIltTe had equal intervals. This ice cosU 50 inounie.1 when Warren had mar-rle- il cents per 100 pounds and 40 or SuO Either Valle. Then she had rej per car can be saved, by Its use in moved to Orayvllle. Ijiter she learned preventing shrinkage in the weight that the woman he had married had become a frlolou, waywanl woman, of hogs." for whose extnivagance had drtfen him to Try this simple suggestion In trust He had It may save you ue money placed andhl sentenced to a what it is worth. been proeeuted many dollars. Eleanor term In a jiennl Instltntlon. MAT S. COHEN, learneil that Ids wife had become InState Department of Agriculture, sane and their little one was left to Frankfort, Ky. the cold charity of the world. A mighty ImpuNe had swayed her. She "Ben are of small expenses; a small hud gone after the rhllit. and then the leak will sink a great ship," said ntttlctlon of the demented wife, too, npienled to her and h had usumed Franklin. He knew. n new- - burden. For mer a ear Eleanor Itadcllftt deoled lier life to Utile Leila and her Imalld mother, tlnidtiully the woiuun failed away. The only letter Eleanor w nit In J written to Lee had for him the day he was releaed from prlon. It bnde him come tn "friends at the Hermitage." He was electrified hown Into the presence when he wn Do not allow the of his flrn hive. Ills head bent hw, poisons of undigested lib) tearn fell aK he IIhIpiimI to the food to accumulate in plain, clear idory of nil that Eleanor your bowels, where they hnd dune for htm and his wife and are absorbed into your system. Indigestion, conchild. He wnn too broken down trt stipation, headache, bad Oh, how she mint have loel speak, blood, and numerous him. Suddenly the nurne entered the other troubles are bound room. to follow. Keep your "lt llnilcllfTe," she ioko. In her system clean, as thoustralntl, Mihdued way. "Mrs; tee has ands ol others do, by away." pu-taking an occasional dose ol the old, reliable, vegTo his dead wife ami his child Eletable, family liver medieanor left the cruhed liubund nnd cine. She removed to the town father. hotel. Thither nt the end of the week came Warren Lee. He was like u being dumbed by a conception of the senlce of till peerleiw being. ""Vou.aro to hate the Hermitage for Black-Draug- ht your iiwn'and for little Leila," she told him. "I'ntll younro strong enough again to face the irmtld, you must allow me to be your friend." Mrs. V. F. Pickle. 61 "And yoilt" he quavered. Rising Fawn, Oa., writes: Thed-lo.-d- 's "We have used "Will be happy In knowing that black-Draugas you will nobly redeem the pat. I a family medicine. My shall go back to my lonely life, regretmother-in-law could not ting little Leila, hut oh! Infinitely glad take calomel ti it seemed that I lime helped you and yours." too strong tor her, so she He tuiught her but six months later. as a used mack-Draug- ht A relative hud place him once more mild laxative and liver regulator We use it on hi feet fliinnclally. Little Leila In the family and believe was with him. It wus while she win it is the best medicine for cllngtng to her "dear aunly," that Warthe liver madj." Try It ren asked Eleanor to bless them with Insist on the genuine her continual presence. There was Thedford's. 25c a packE-the surety of fidelity ami devotion la age. the future, and the woman who had faced duty and sacrifice Ilka a heroin weakened like a woman and could not face another partlnf. let THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR The Chevrolet Motor Cnr is in every respect. Built for service nnd comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "3aby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A cnr load of these American Beauties just imloatleil. They have mnrvclous power, nnd noted ns hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. l to "Take-AH- " ' f '"hM fhi wntctiirMiker' oil l.i . eb tharl A wire from the county agent of ct found ahuiit I. "If a pint. Whitley County was received at the College of Agriculture lately asking for nn expert In plant diseases. He The J" lvl f l'rr Reported. feared that either "take-all- " or "flag-smu- t" Southern Optical Co. Incorporated Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittin- SPECTACLES EYE AND to. GLASSES Kiyptelu Artificial Eyes lnvl.lblf lllfocul Imi ' 4th A Cntstnut Sta. LOUISVILLE, KY. i was present in wheat fields In Dr. Mabel Hoe, that neighborhood. plant pathologist for the Intension Division, left nt onre to Inspect the fields, This expert uns present at the conference nt Kast St. Louis early in June and had nn opportunity to see "take-all- " in Madison County, III. The U. S. Department of Agriculture Is urging the farmers to notify the specialists in rase of any disease In wheat with which they are not familiar. The Weekly News Letter published by the V. S. Department of Agriculture has the following to say concerning diseases at various points already Investigated. "The damage to Tennessee and Missouri wheat was caused by insect lavages, scab, anthracnose and nut. disease, which wus The "take-all- " first discovered In Madison County, elseIllinois, has not teen found In Sangamon where except and Mason Counties, Illinois, and Lapone, I'orter, Tippecanoe and Jasper counties, ladlaoa." Ie I slssst Garrard's IssssssssssssssassiHsssssssH j I 7 Best at attractive j ier I can sell you privately Keep Well 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 Thedford's years. Is highly improved and one of the prettiest homes in the County. If interested in a good one call and look this over. ... R. - 0. Woods KENTUCKY. 'StTV'rr p s PAINT LICK," t TV t If The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 26 1919. 1 .J J.J. Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gllcher Hotel. Offico Hour, B I imuii SHEEP IN U'r FARM CORNFIELDS r ii UN PROBLEMS PEOPLE LEARNED THRIFT ENTIRE COMMUNITIES NOW OR. 0ANI2ING AND AIOINO OOV. ERNMENT AND SELF. Practice Has Proved Satlifictory Saving Cemlderablo Labor In Many States. lo 12 and 1 Id S p.m. M. S. HATFIELD Offleo ovar Tli Garrard Dank Offica 5. Ratldtnca 376. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. DENTIST Fhonts J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Itetlilence I'hone 3. Oilier I'hone 27 l.ANCASTKU. KY. jarrd by Hi t'nltui fcuti-- s IVpart menl of Agriculture.) Ordliuiilly tin- - management of Hit fi.r:n Iliw-f Miitp cnll fur miiipnru. tlwly miimII deinnnil upon fiirtn In-- I r. Tim InlKir rust per dollar's north :,ihA nr Intril, Is lower Hum fur nny itK-- r farm unlm.nl pmOnrt. Yet, uhllr beep mh-lnduet not neressltntti ex. iiiilpiin nt nr heavy InlMtr, It in i niUlri study mid ciiutliiuniaj nt tititlmi. Ilnweier, Him effects if tin NiIumiI supply nf iilnllnhle fnrni In l .. brought ul.oiit I iy Hie ilmln tiHin It he tin- - nriny nml iir Industries, mnj ! (i'iii:tni(liil In pnrt by tin- - inlii-tlcn- , where llt, uf one nr tnnri ( the fnllonlns: suggestions; Sun.' liilmr run bo mmiI mt tbf rtmk fnrni by n limn' ci ncrnl niliiptlun nf tli priii tlii nf foiling nlm-In PUT THE MONEY TO WORK The Only U. S. Government Securities You Can Now Duy First Hand Are War Saving, Stamps. Th ftciit Kroxlnir society In the United Htate today Is one that Is gaining members dally In ever tnte In the Union, and one In which the weal of the country Is to be serted us Is tho Individual tnrmbers of each subordinate brunch. Fellowship In this roclety Is confined to no one class. Its millions of ew member, are taken from all talks of like. No one can be a member and keep the pledge he taken without receiving lasting beneflta and aiding the United States of America to maintain the proud place It has at tained- - the peer of any nation that has e'er exluted. When the Treasury Department of the United Slates began attempting lo solvethe (lnsnrl.il problems that beset the country ns it as entering the world war, the United Stntes was a debtor nation. It owed vast sums to Kuropn. Those at the bead of the administration did not want to n burdensome direct taxation on the people, and the Liberty Ixian and ne War Savings Stamp plans were conceived. How successful they have bren is history. The nation has emerged from the stigma of being a debtor na tion, and now Is the greatest tredllor nation on earth. There is more money In the banks today, desplto tho more than IIO.OOO.OOO.OOO that has been raised by popular loans and used to win the war, than there waa beforu ibewar began. nut me Liberty Loans have ceased. Now those at the head of tho nation's finances are seeking to clinch the lessons learned, and are urging the permanent establishment of War Savings Societies. Not that the country has the same urgent need for funds that it did while the war waa In progress, though the need Is still urgent enough, but mainly because It has been found that the people have responded so generously to the calls for aid and have laerned for themselves lessons of thrift that could bo learnel In no other way. It Is a service the Treasury Depart ment Is now doing for the people In accepting their savings in small amounts, and giving the small Inves tor the safest place in the world In which to keep that which be has earned. The purchaser ot a single $5 War Savings Stamp has Just the same security for his money as has the holder of a 110,00 Liberty Dond the entire resources of the entire United States Can you beat HI UNCLE SAM NEEDS THE MONEY. Asbestos Deposits. In the Kiitr.ibue vonnd region, west- Prn Alnkn, there nre nshoMos depos-- 1 In order to meet the requirements lt snlil to rlMil the richest In the of th Government, pending the de nnrld. Atieftni. in Its natural or vlr- ferred Installments upon the Victory iln state, is n white ns snow, soft n Liberty Loan and deferred Install- Hie softest silk nnd lies In long strings ments nf Income and profits taxes. tr layers, easily torn opart with the Secretary of the Treasury Glass has flrcers. offered through tho Federal Reserve Hanks, two series of V, 8. Treasury Certificates of Indebtedness. Series T-- 4 Is payable September 16, 19111, and series T-on December 15. The offering ot these securities evidences the need of the government for further funds to fuln'.l the financial obligations growing out o the world war, ami should be an Incentive to all War Savings societies to do their utmost to Increase the sales of War Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps during the summer. Dy purchasing these small securities, tho Individual not only aids bis government, but serves his own Interest by making .the best Investment In the world and making a start In savI ing that will lead to Just the success that the Investor's sticking to It Treasury Certificates of Indebtedness. MOTHER GOOSE Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard, To get her poor dog a bone. Had she Invested In War Savings Slnmps, No need for the hungry dog's moan. la Offering Two New Series of U. S. H. J. PATRICK,, DentiMt. Kontuokv Paint Lick, Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call, Answered Promptly I'Kon. 317 Day of wnwm avnc m tuw tun Nlt' IASCAS1E,!. KtN rUCKY NIi(lLWTi7 Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. t!cr.'..:-.- j Tc.r C...1 F:d and Saving Labor for Thc'r Owner. etirnflrb'a. ji ."ii.iiK-iiir- John M. McRoberts. TliU pruitliv tins pruvyO in ninny ii J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. th. fi.ll uml iimrkitltr: jniiurry, utnl l, I nil II Iui-i- .i G1VK ME A TRIAL. Satiifaction' Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Hours a.m. KENTUCKY. Office over Stormes Drue Store. 11p.m. . In ut , mlnplulilt null' I., kiili ffir.li.. ..I nitluut ui lire III ii ixnltlon to mnki n pnirtHv nr Mrulntltia htillni; nl lit o HiH'k, n fes fiirius nt prcpnl nuinbi-rnlsc a ullk-U-n-t nf luinlii ti bnrtcrt tboRrulii fnnii u lari;o iicn-uc- i of corn. A lurtcr ue of fnrnKc rrnpii for fnt b inloptiil nltl' ti nlne incut Mmk a ratlim of Inbnr. TliU plan tin' puttlni; on of lurfi' piln nltli Ii) tropi wblc-l- i im luirM-stii- l tlia nnlmaU wlicnt In tunny Mrtloin bi' ernn-i- l by hluvp, tlirri1-btml rj1 iniikini.' ii emit Kri l:tn In winter fcil n i ll an In tin lutior of fcvdlni: Id as Father Time himself, Rheumatism is no respecter of Age or Youth. Though those past middle life are its most frequent victims, it does not hesitate to attack tho .voimp, even in its most painful forms. And it has many, very many forms. So varied, in fact, that among physicians many bodily aches nnd pains are known as Rheumatic Alfcetions. You wake up soma morning with n pain in the muscles, nnd j'ou say you nave a touoa of iOieumatitm. The doctors would call it Rheumatic Affection. 'Among Rheumatio Affections are muscle pains, lumbago, Eciatica, neuritis, some headaches and neuralgia. These affections, if neglected, develop arterio sclerosis, high blood pressure, apoplexy, paralysis and even Bright's disease. AVhether tho sufferer has true Rheumatism or Rheumatic Affection, ho is in for a painful time. It is generally agreed that the cause in cither case is to be found in an infection working in the system. To got well it is first necessary to eliminate this poison. No form of Rheumatism should be allowed to run. Devonia, the American iledicinal Mineral Water, is always the safe climinant. It loosens the decayed, poisonous food waste nnd removes it gently but thor oughly from the body. It tones up the digestive organs so that they act naturally nnd effectively, thus restoring health and prolonging life. Devonia comes to you from tho wonderful laboratory of Mother Nature, a thousand feet underground. It is so filled with properties helpful to the human system that a tablespoonful in. a glass of water is, usually a sufficient amount to take at a time. Devonia is approved by physicians. ' 'I- - Take a Tableipocnfal of Devonla to fa Glassful of water. 1UJ Ssriasa If you are a sufferer from Rheumatlim In any form, let us send you our booklet, "Poshing Back Father Time." It tells you what efficient medical authorities have to say' about Its treatment and low to get well. The booklet Is free. (i THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO, Incorporated, Owensboro, Ky. Please scad me your free booklet, "Pushing Hack Father Time," discussing Rheumatism, its painful tffrrts, and how to jtfwell. NAME- ADDRESf- Ultli'lK KUl'll IK T'llllt'M-l- ' praCIn lias bwniiin ry III i till' .tlaass.PaoiioaraDhv TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING mtn R.tMiTr Iltai WILBrat St. TELEGRAPHY SMITH. Ulliiw. Mr. NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, GRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE lllu.lral.d Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. n Hazelwood Sanatorium For Iht Treatment of Tuberculosis Maintained by the Loulullle Atiocbnion for llie adequate treatment cf In all III luges at kit tlai ail. Rates $15.C0 per week, In. eluding board, medical attention, laundry, etc lllch ground extensile vtrvr. Delight, ful lutroundla;;. Speclil rate (or trr. lmlm..t II stewtr, IXS.OI Ut'. fad A PmmM Im CiUl H C1, UWI (!. ui-l- l tn urk eirii-illiitltliv pruduitlon of wliil it w s for Hi." fitiliiiK of tin tu fatten lii-- uml luiulis uiii bv Altlioucli tliolt to kihhI ii'Hiiiiluu'i-- . tlso In tlio feeillllL-- of cniln to bocs nil) In thu KuIni; rrovo viry Hint r.f In1i.ir II I nut Uicy bv um-i- I III fctMIng tiruln to tlit-o- i r.nu luiiiuj. Ill rutiKc nitlonii oini'lib'rublo win UT lnlior .nti l! iitniiiiiilznl uml Kmit aafi-tbccunil by tin- - ilUtrlbutlnr to Hnitei;lc pnlnt of mpplli's of l on tbo winter muse. Corn, run bo torrJ inkf, w i'lvft uniiiiirli" nt iolnt-- ! wlikli wIP In t ptnnlt of tlu-l-r roaily illstrllititlim tt Hit rtiK'k In him- - of tonus wlikli mm ll.only lllilkt- - It llllKisllilo to Ki't foil! riillrnat to the nlock fr.oin tin! iH.lnti. In the i'rnt of n wry open winter this ffiil may iletortorute ilur Ine the fullou Inc niumier. In most lioi-T- . the illmute Is dry to nllim- - It to rriualn lu condition ilur-Itiatorni:o for una In the tecouil winter. done bj In the pant. Injury bus ln-cudvorntlne ahcep rulslni; on lamb where little ot no labor or tittentlou U needed uml fnnns are thereh) denned of weeds. So fur us their up-p- i tlte for weeds Is coneerneil. theef tuny be reKaribil to mine extent u hcuvriiBem. They will eat most Ail, uml on uny farm will rvtlmv crentl) the umount of luml lalwr ueeileit tu hold iiiU In check on the ureas ot pature uml sruln crops. It Is u mistake. KoHeviT. to tuhocato the raising of theep where the mulu Intercut Is lu wecil control. While the lubor rmulreil for sheep production Is coutluuoui. It U not . heavy, ond if properly super-- Ued can r.cll bo performed by boys or uued men lurapublu of other kinds of furm labor, und by clrls ami wonieti. Shee. cull be leumed and mnniiKeuient und tbo labor performed b) aujone who Is utlllne t nbwne care- ls fully and think i(,ud uttend to tho us attention U required. must bo undcTntood, bowever. Hint It theep ruUInc nuould not bo eiiKaBed In with nn Idea that little uttentlou i t qulreil. The walits of kluH-- are llutue oils, and varied, and freuent uttentlon Is rinulreil to forestull condition that will result In 111 health or lack ol thrift At Ituublns time frequent ot ti.miiinn it ami nlcht Is necessary to avoid losses ot owes und fount finiml timl In m Kt. rUae.Urala.Oki Utwlarm. Offiui 1413 BaiLBu CtovaUaJ. OkU. If your Druggist docs not have Devonia, write to Exclusive Office. corpornted, Owensboro, Ky. The Devonian Mineral Springs Co , In- -' Retail Drue Trade supplied by their Wholesale Druggists. Boring Glass. The Scientific Amrlran snys: Make a fmltitlon of 1 oz. camphor, l'.S or. kplrltn turpentine nnd 4 dr. of ether, iKeep the end of H- i- drilling tool wet iwltb this fluid. The sharp corner of (n fre'hly broken point nf n We Is one of the bet drilling ro its for this pur-pose. I I J ! The Right View and the Wrong. "The man who makes good ilneynt vrnlt fcr opportunity tn fcnnel;: he has the dorr wide open," snys nn exchange. Thai's tln right spirit. The other day we henrd n chap cnmplnlnlni old Oni. illiln'r stlrk lil too In ikA like n book agent. Poston TranscrlDL pI FARM for SALE am in position to offer you privately one of the very best P.M. QOOD ADVICE. C. Rvery man can own his home If be l will but practice thrift today returns In manifold gain tomorrow. Buy W. 8. fl. and start your home. The cornerstone ot tomorrow's success Is founded upon today's thrift. Any postman can lay the cornerstone for you with War Savings Ctamps., Thrift, as an essence of character, finds expression tn tie purchase of W B. B. They help rota you and the nation and pay compounded interest. 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 sec me and I will show you something worth while. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. uinct. TP The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 26, 1919 ItMMMHNIMIHIMtHNMMMHiNI urn m I I 9 Complete rstpck 9 1- -2 x' 15 only $1.75 per bundle1. Phone us your order. Wagons Old Hickory and Weber. 2 3-- 4 Complete 3 inch Complete ; s' Mowers .Get that Mowing Machine to-da- y. Wire Fence 4 foot No. 10 Top only 4 foot No. 9 Top, only 4 fcot ajl No. 9, only 40 cts. 55 cts. 80 cts. $1 15.00. $120.00. . Higher. Our stock is Weber $5.00 going fast and can't be put back for this price. Better get yours while getting is good. . Our price only $75.00 Delivered To Your Station. -t Delivered to your Station. Get your order in now as prices will be HIGHER. Friends it may sound like a fish tale when we say higher prices, but just as certain as we live today practically all commodities for fall will be decidedly higher. A word to the wise now. Take the tip from us and get your requirements early. No chance to lose. ROOFING Galvanized 28 ga. CEMENT FLOUR Best Patent Flour made. . PIANOS Kingston Player Piano Cant be beat and we stand behind 'every one of 'em. READY-TO-WEA- R WHY PAY WORE Sugar Lenox Soap $10.50., 5 cts .VI .$5.50 NOW IN STOCK. Only 80 cents Nails only Going Higher, don't wait a single day for you .may lose. today. 4 We especially invite you to see our Ladies and per bag. $4.00 Keg. our Dolly V.arden only $1.50 men's Department. Clothing, etc. Dresses, Shoes, Hats, Galv. Tubs 85c and $1.00. Wire Fenco 40 nnd 55c. Phone "or write us per. bag. Special during July only Better come at once and see for yourself. $475.00, on Get our prices on Hangers, Heavy Barbed .Wire $5.00 Wheat Shorts Ground Barley n.$3.C0 $.'25. 90 lb. Red Slate only.$2.73 Track Guttering, Hinges, etc. easy terms. Everything and our I per square. Liberal Discount for Cash. prices are more than right. Furniture it. FURNITURE Furniture we- Newly weds let us leather your nest. Come now and see us. We not only have the largest Furniture right up to now If its good have Store in Eastern Kentucky but its good looking The season especially offers you Rugs, Refrigerators, Qil Stoves, Separators, Pianos, Talking Machines, Davenetts. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE," BEREA, KENTUCKY. BEREA, KENTUCKY. " f "Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.'