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NINETY TEACHERS COMMUNITY NURSE ' Attending County Institute county Institute The Boyle-Garrar- d convened here nt the Lancaster Grad-e- l nnJ High school building Uit Monday morning and will continue, thru out the week. i The Institute Is held under the In struction of I'rof. C. D. Lewis, of Berca, and the program 1ms been an Interesting one as well as Instructive. This Is the first year that Boyle coun ty has met In joint session with the Garrard County teachen and together with Prof. Fallls and thirty of his teachers from Doyle and sixty teach ert from this county in attendance, the meeting has proved quite profitable to all. I'rof. I'. II. Hopkins was unanimously elected the chairman of the session, whilo I'rof, Fallls and Mrs. .May 11 aches Noland liave had charge of the music Among the many visitors present art Prof. Sanders of Shepherdsville and Mrs. Weaver, rep Home of resenting the Children's Louisville. Miss Louise Cleland, of Doyle, has served as secretary of the meeting during the week and has made an JJeal one. agreed by It was unanimously Miss Higgins, our count sehool Superintendent and I'rof. Fallls, together with all teachers, that the schools of the two ctuntics will begin on July 14th, U. of K. Has Cafeteria. The University of Kentucky nt Lexington has had a very successful ciifeterla serving three meal each nay for its stui'enti nr.ee last January, 'the Department uf Home Kcon-unllaunched this cnterprize as an experiment; but continued it as a pronounced success which financed itelf. The young lajirs In Home Economics do the work In connection with terve-yourserestaurant. They receivi some pay for their scrvjecs and also credit as In college work. The number of students eating at the cafeteria is now almcit three times what it was at first. . 111 Arnold. Albert Arnold, aged 03. died at Ms home at Fnirview church Wednesday morning at C o'clock. Mr. Arnold was well known in Garrard county and has many friends who will miss him so much alio tha'Fairview church where he has been a faithful member since his early boyhood and lived his entire married life there with the exception of 3 yean. Mr. Arnold leaves a lonely wife to grieve the lost of the one who has been her greatest care for so long. Mr. Arnold has been n bad health fcr several years but only confined tj hit bed about eight weeks before his death. This entire community shares Its sympathy with Mrs. Arnold, knowing how devoted they were. She will be quite lonely with out him The voice aba loved is still, the plnce it vacant In her home, which never can be filled. The Lord knew best, Hit will be done, not ours. Mrs. Arnold will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. John Colon at Tolnt LeaveU. Enjoyable Picnic. One of the most enjoyable days of the season in this community was the I'icnlc given by Good Hope, Preach-envill- e and Deech Grove Sunday Schools in Mr. Alford Owens Sugar Grove, Saturday June 28th, We had music by the D,rakes Creek Band, Miss Ina Meadows of Mt. Vernon, gave the Welcome address and singing by each Sunday school. Mr Alford Owens gave an Interesting talk, also Rev. Taylor of Stanford, gave an Interesting address. Mr. Cowen gave tome of hit experiences overseas, and Miss Ilu May Cummins recited the "Miss Dear Story" which wat enjoyed by all. In the afternoon wo had a "fat womant race", tw"o or three races by the small boys. Mr, Owcna had a fifteen foot poie pealed, pinned a dollar hill at the top and ll.o boy that climbeO the pole got th-- i do) lar. Several tried but failed. Little Leo Naylor 8 years old, of Preachers-ille- , was the lucky boy. Every one went home feeling and that It was a day well spent. Mrs, Alford Owent deserves especial mention for the loan of her organ. All three of these Sunday School are progressing nicely th. the. Lord'a WOT. , , L08T: Between my office In ne'w; Taint Lick and residence, Mlchlen tire, never used. Reward' to finder. Dr. B. B. Montgomery, Paint Lick. ers by signing the peace treaty are: Relinquishment of Alsace-Lorrain- e to France, Poscn ami West Prussia to In our Issue several weeks ago wp PoUnd, of part of Schlcswlg to Denanncunccd Ihiit a permanent aviation mark and of 382 square miles of Rhenish Piula to Belgium1. field had been established in LancasTho Saar coal basin to Lc Interter and that the United States Government had given us our oiTiclal nationalized for fifteen years, pendnumber, which Is "2". This number ing a plebiscite to determine permanis now being painted on the top of ent control, the coal mines going to' the water tower and on four tides, France. Luxemburg is freed from the Gerlarge enough to be seen for miles. , A large flog will be erected in the man 'ustoms union. Germany recognizes the Independcenter nnd on top of the tower indicating to the aviator thc'mimbcr be- ence iif German Austria, Poland and Czecho-Slovakia now what lie will do, but tells us he which Is about fifteen feet did young man and bespeak for him neath, The German Army Is to be cut to a will not leate the county, which is high. This number appears on four gratifying to his many friends. He a good patronage in this county. He sides of the tower nnd. the expense is temporary total strength of 200.000 tells us he knows "it pays to adver-tire- " gives possession next January. to be borne by the city, the council men, but ultimately mast bo 100,0 JO. and has contracted for space for The German Navy is limited to six Mr. Hamilton informs us that he having very3 generously appropriated bought the place for a home for his several months, his first advertise- the amount necessary' to have the battleships under 10,000 tons each, six I ,rht cruisers and twelve torpedo mother whom he hopes to have move" ment appearing Jn this ..sue. work done. there when he gets potsetslon next The painting is being done by boats surrendering or destroying all January. Messrs'"Twenty" Miller and Ambrose other war vessels. She is to have no I The navy perJenkins, two of Lancaster's most ex- more submarines. sonnels limited to 25,000. pert painters. Military nnd naval air forces are A letter from Oliver P. Echols, Abolished. Commanding Godman Field, HeadMunitions fctries are to be operquarters, Camp Knox, to Mr. John M. The announcement of Hon. John Farra, Secretary of Lancaster's Aero ated only l Permission of tho Allies, W. Itawlings, of Danville, for the Mr. O. T. Wallace, manager of the and import or (sport of wrr maternomination for Auditor, hat started United Realty Company, of Lexing- Committee, says in part: ' forbidden. , "Consideration is now being given ials his friends In Garrard to working, ton, it'using a full page In this issue Helgf'and defenses will be disand being from a neighboring county, of the Record to tell our readers of to a recruiting campaign in the vibetide being 'popular in Garrard as the splendid farm be will absolutely cinity of Lancaster, with Lancaster mantled. Fortifications aiming at that several are under consideration well, will receive "a large vote here sell next Wednesday morning July as headquarters. Remembering the contril of the Baltic are forbidden' Thi Rhine and the Mosclto are put rnd the appointment will be made in and one that he will be proud of. between the 9th, beginning promptly at ten splendid Th'e Louisville Evening Post has o'clock. people of Lancaster and the fliers of under control cf an International a few days. commission, on which Germany will come out .strong for him, editorially He is using lots of space because this field during our past activities in e The French, Bels that vicinity which insures him a large following he has lots to tell and only a and the spirit of pro- be gress and enthusiasm as shown by gians ii.'id other nations may run canover the state. to tell the people about it. als fiom the r.hine, but Germany it Some one has evidently' borrowed The farm is the best known in the your correspondence, we feel safe in forbidden to do so. German forts my tarpaulin, ns it is mltsirg from county and lies on one of the bett requesting your good will and within rhirty three miles of the river my barn. Kindly return and oblige. In the contemplated campikes leading out of Lancaster. Just will be dismantled. B. F. Hud on. It five miles from Lancaster on the Lex-- 1 paign. Other great rivers, hitherto Ger"The plans at present are to send The Christian church was practic- ington pike and known as the Curt man, will be under international conally filled last Wednesday evening, ' Robinson farm, now owned by Mr. a truck train to Lancaster, with a trol, the Czecho-Slovak- s and Poles There will be Union services at the tome to attend prayer meeting and John Hicks. No better improved ground exhibit, consisting of aerial having free access to the Elbe, Oder Methodist church next Sunday eve- many to hear "Billy" Miller tell of j farm lies in Garrard county, silos, machine guns, aerial cameras, photos and other streams, and the Poles to tobacco barns, every mod- and possibly a few reels of aerial mo-.tiPresiding tome of his experience! In France, wind-millning. Rev. Greer, the pictures, with an officer in the Nicmen. The farm con- KIdcr of this church will preach the which he did in a very entertaining ern convenience. The Danube will be controlled by . .. I t 1 ! loft UUl tYlll rind conversational way, but to the I Willi .OV ULICa I.... .'II Ul! BU1U I 111 charge who will be able to lecture on an international commission. rernion. The " " delight of his appreciated audience. tracts from 20 acres up, just anyway aviation of today from all phases as Kiel Canal will be open to all nations, well as various other exhibits of a Billy spent fifteen months in the ser- 'the purchaser wants it. and the Czechs get harbor rights at Every foot of this land can be cul- similar nature. vice, twehc months of that time bes Mr. L. E. Hcrron it giving the city ing tpent in France and with the tivate and is admirably located along "The ground demonstration will be the mouth of the Elbe. German railroads must be stana coat of oil that bids fair to keep Army of Occupation. into twen- in conjunction with frequent aerial He saw much the pike, to be down the dust for several months to of the fighting on the Argonne For- ty acre tracts or more, and when it is exhibitions by fliers from this field, dard gauge and rights are granted to come. He is wirely oiling one side of est Front, being the first sergeant of sold next Wednesday, we predict that using the landing field that you so other powers to use them. Traffic discriminations against outsiders are the streets at a time and is doing a a machine gun company attached to it will be the top notcher farm told ati kindly placed at'our disposal. V splendid Job. "All plans will of course result in forbidden. the 51st Infantry, of the Sixth Divi- public auction in darrard county. Offenders against the rules of war-far- e Read the advertisement in the sec- no expense to the people nnd we trust sion. 'and humanity are to bo delivered Buys ond section of this issue; it tells some that we shall be able to make our op ttay in your vicinity tufTiciently In- high to the Allies. An international' facts in it that you ought to know. Mr. W. B. Burton recently purcourt is 'provided for trial of the teresting and instructing in the liviest chased a handsome "Cole 8" touring will be asksubject of the day, to repay in part Kaiser, rar that is attracting the attention of the citizens of Lancaster for their ed of Holland. Swinebroad, the real estate man, Work on the Garrard Tobacco Germany's indemnity payment is motorists throughout the county. kindness tortus." He has the agency for this car and has jutt purchased a fine farm al- Warehouse la progressing rapidly, "We' feel also that the proposition to be fixed by an Interallied Commission. wil' gladly demonstrate if me to any- most In the city of Danville, known possibly as many as fifty men being we have An initial payment of to offer to the young at this today, particular discharged man of $5,000,000,000 must be made within one interested in the "last thing" In as the John Fogarty farm, lying jutt employed on the building soldiers, outside the city limits of Danville and time. One side of the brick wall has two years. Bonds running thirty j automobile line. tho on the Dnnville and Lancaster road. been completed and that the building for enlistment in the highest paid years will be issued for later payThis rich and productive farm con- will be ready for occupancy by the branch of the service which com- ments. Occupation of the- - Rhine tains 252 ncret and, is the cream of time the first market is ready no one prises expert instruction in more than country will continue until the Allies - good friend and splendid cititwenty different trades and prepares Outhe county. The purchase price was seems to doubt. We still contend are assured of Germany's good faith. experts in a zen, R. B. Wilkinson, left last Mon- $235 on acre. Germany must help build ships to it will be the best one in the state and must become branch of activity which one of the most imporday for Wlnchvstir where he epects We venture to tay if it was. that the most tant in the world in the near future. replace those she sank, help rebuild to locate, having accepted a position close to Lancaster it would bring regions, surrender her Is such that few can afford not to con- devastated with Gcorgj M. Ulenu of that city. $300 an acre, we also predict that fourteen submarine cables and cede sider." He is r.n expert luteh;r, in fact we when Mr. Swinebroad decides to tell ships over 1,600 tons and Sunday Dr. Bow of the Kentucky It It needless to say that Mr. Farra all German believe there is nut a better orw in it, which he will, it will bring even Baptist Orphans Home, and twelve has answered the above communica- many smaller ones. the stntc. He and his estln.ab'e fam- more than that. She accepts the League of Nations Bap- tion, offering every assistance by the city for tho past ily havo lived in Mr. Swinebroad is carrying some orphan children will be at the principle, but is barred from memten years and leve mr.ny friends who advertisements in this issue and it will tist church. Dr. Bow will speak, and citizens of Lancaster, and the full bership for the pretent. of our people. will regret to l.cur of them leaving. pay anyone thinking of purchasing, also Introduce the children to us. It Her peace treaties with Russia and to read these advertisements closely. will be a delightful occasion for all Rumania are abrogated and she recogwho come. nizes the Independence of States Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Come formerly Russian. New York World. The itedpath Chautauqua closed in time, for every moment will be evening Monday Its last program Col R. C. Oldham, candidate for interesting. Gov. nfter Its five day session. Taken as Lieutenant Governor, was mingling C. D. Strother, Pastor. For a little Compensation, whole the Chautauqua was not up with the voters here last Saturday a We insure your Life. to Its usual'stundard as to talent and afternoon. He hat mahy frlenda in from Its the county and connected by marProtect your Wife some complaint Is heard A telegram from .Frankfort to the The fourth and last Quarterly Carry your children thru Education. patrons along this line. The lecture riage with some of the most influenCourier Journal last Sunday, says; of Elwood T. Bailey and that of Dr. tial citizens of the county, who ore Meeting for the Conference year will "Speaking to a crowd in the courtDon't net Uct, E. T. Hagerman and the comedy, "It working hard for his nomination. His be held Sunday, July Cth. house here this afternoon Chief Jusnt Service Sunday morning with We want to Protect. pays to Advertise" wero decidedly the advertisement appears In this Issue tice John D. Carroll declared that of at concluYou had better be safe than sorry. btst on the program, while most of where he is telling his friends why he sion. This Lord's Supperprobably be the letter written by Gov. Black sevservice will expects to win In the primary on the other numbers were "punk". years ago to secure from the l In charge of the pastor who will re- eral We will go on your Bond. Contracts have been made for an- ... ... turn from the Centenary Celebration Louisville and Nashville a pass for Will loan you the money, other year with the same people who William Tye, of Knoxvllle, disqualithe latter part of this week. To buy a good Farm. promtse us a better program and a Presiding Elder, Rev. C. II. Greer, fies him as the Democratic candidate And in event you die, pray tell me new tent. The slacker hen can now be spot- will be pretent Sunday afternoon and for Governor. Why, He said this letter was made by the ted. In fact, field work among farm night. The Quarterly Conference Hadn't you rather be safe than sorry. GiU fiockt by the poultry experts of the will be held at 4 p. hi. Let every Interstate Commerce Commission "a ( Mr. J. W. Sunders purchased the College of Agriculture last season official member who possibly can be part of the public record for the purWe'll protect your Crop, Gill residence with eighteen acrei of got such big results that four men present at the Quarterly Conference, pose of "illustrating what the L. and ..Your home and your Stock. land, from Misses Helen and Martha will go out into the country this sum-m- as this Is Brother Greer's last meet- N. hat been dong in this State in an Wouldn't you rather be glad than effort to reach Juries, courts and pubculling ing here for the quadrenlum. and fall. Thla huge Gill, Lewis Gill and Mrs. O. C. Far-ri- t, sorry. He concluded, "I shall officers." t. lic Everybody invited to these of Denver Colorado, last week, demonttration campaign will begin Service, thru not attempt to put any construction . the price paid being $17,300. This July 14th and end November 6th. Chines, the Insurance Man. It. on that letter. It is, susceptible to The schedule of datei covert more1 is one of the most desirable piece of only one construction, and that conof he Stat and allows in Lancaster, lying on Stan- than one-hapiopcrty struction the Interstate Commerce ford street. While the price is neat- each expert to average three days per El Vampiro powder will do the commission put on It when they put The demonstrations will be ly $1,000 an acre, It Is said by know- county. work while you sleep. 10 cents a It in the record." ing onts that the property is worth made with ordinary flocks on the box. If yon haven't Mr. Herron tells us Stormes Drug Store. ( every-da- y he will positively cut off your supply the money. farm. At each of these Mlrses Gill and Mr. Gill will buy demonstrations the .neighbors will be of water from the city main. Hen. King Swope will address the By O.'e. Hedge, He has given the public the last FOUNDs other propertyIn Lancaster, and have invited in to aee the work and as tlx. not thought of leaving their old bonis neighborhood demonstrations can be Lancaster and Bryantsville, citizens of Lancaster and Garrard warning an,;!, will carry out the contown. Mr. Sanders Is one of, our made per day, t will be teen that-aJuly Sod, one wonted coat, with bank bounty, at Court House in Lancaster, ditions of) 'the ordinance passed by most 'progressive and successful enormous number of people will be book, name "Oliver Chenault". Own- Saturday July 12th at 1 2 o'clock. (he city council several weeks, ago, which says all water users must have farmers, and we gladly welcome he quite definitely during the er can have same by paying for this Ladlei and soldiers inviud. ntters installed at once. and hit estjraabla family into cur city. ta upalgn. ad Call this office. The local Ited Cross 'chapter have worked faithfully for the past few weeks to get assistance from the Fiscal Court to aid them fn employing n Community Nurse for Garrard county and the meeting last Friday nfter-noo- n with the Garrard County court, brought about the desired result, when the magistrates unanimously voted to give $300. a year toward the support of such a nurse. The state also gives $.100 a year toward her salary, which Is to be $1,200 a year. This leaves the chapter to give $000 a j ear and Is to furnish an automobile. The machine bat been purchased from Klnnnird Brothers and is a Dodge roadster cf the latest model, costing the chapter $1,200. Other counties that have employed these viritlng nurse? report thnt they bring wonderful results, visiting the tick, looking after the sanitary conditions if the homes and rectmmend ing to the Ited Crott and the Fiscal court, conditions that should be looked after; which should go a great way toward warding otT diseases and especially those of tubercular tendencies. Just who will be recommended to this important position has not yet been divulged, although we are told (INSURANCE AVIATION PRINCIPAL ITEMS CHANGE. HEADQUARTERS Germany Yields I n Local Red Cross With! Sells Handsome Home ' And Farm. D. A. Thomas Sells To be Established Here. Signing Treaty. Aid of Fiscal Court Agency. The big things Germany surrendEmploy One. Everything In Uno of the most Important real estate deals made In the county during Mr. R. T. Peddlcord. of Shepherds-vllle- , year, was consumated this the t Ky has purchased the Insurweek when Mr. II. Clay Sutton told agencies of Mr. D. A. Thomas Ms beautiful country home and farm ance and the transfer was made last week. on the Lexington road, one mile from Lancaster to Mr. J. I. Hamilton for In the dent Mr. Peddlcord gets the following well known and established $300 an acre. The farm contains Unabout 250 acres and is one of the companies; Continental, Treaty Mr. derwriters, Hartford, Springfield and most productive In the county. Sutton has spent considerable money others. He also purchased the agenduring the past few years improving cies of Mr. John T' Brown which inthe residence, with every modern con cludes the Jefferson Life. venience, making it the most com- t Mr. Peddlcord and wife will move plete and convenient home in the city into Lancaster just as soon as a suitor county. He doesn't know Just able house can be secured. We have found Mr. Peddlcord to be splen- FINE FARM Rawlings Popular In Garrard. ,To Sell At Auction Next Wednesday. Tarpaulin Missing. "Billy" MUler Gives a Talk. Union Services. Street Oiling. Cole 8. Buys Them and Sells Them. Work Progressing. Off For Winchester. Baptist Church. or Chautauqua Closes. Oldham Here. PASS LETTER Methodist Church. Disqualifies Black, Says Judge Carroll. Service. Spot The Slacker. Place Sells. Swat That Fly. Have You Installed Your Meter? Public Speaking It The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 3 191 9. Loves Her Cows and CREEPING GRASS Chickens Again. ' "I have had stomach trouble for GOOD PASTURAGE twenty years ami for the rast year have eaten nothing but stale bread and drank hot water. Was too weak to do any kind of work. Six weeks ago I took the first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and am now doing ail my housework betides look' Ing after my chickens and milking two cows every day. Mine has been n wonderful recovery." It Is n simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, Including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money, refunded. R. E. McRO BERTS, Dru; cist, Lancaster, Ky. adv. CUNN'S CHAPEL. Petit Gazcn Is Prolific- - in Coastal Plain Belt From Virginia to Texas. PROSPERS ON SANDY LOAM Continues Growing Throughout Most of Ycir, Cclng Dama;cd Only Due Ing Pcricda of Scvcro Drought or Heavy Krost. irreparett ly (he Unltol SUtts IMnrt Hunt vt Agriculture ) IVtlt Onen the Creole nnmo for carpet grass I n pr'inilul, crteplug grass, prolific In tho coastal plain belt from southern Vlrglnlii to Texas. It forms n dctie, close turf. Carpet Eras, lint ho to tliv West Indies, prospers particularly well on sandy loam soil where the moisture Is nciir m tbu surface most of tho yiar. The gru Is of dual utility, us It will yield a feed crop cvtti during the 'r!od when It Is grilled In capacity. Tills Is explained by ttiu fact that the (to stock feed principally on the biisal leave-w.hlle the slender tinner sti'UH are allowed In mature unmolested. In the section where ciirjx't grass prcdomliinUs It excels nil ollur perennial graves as n ennnniiit pasture. It continue grunlng throughout most only during of the year, being dumngi-period of scerc drought or of hmvy frost. In order to maintain the pastures In good condition, heavy grating Is necessary, and alternate, gritting of two fields Is preferable to continuous Under grating of n single Held. faoralto conditions carpet grns suptwrt one bend of litis will stock ti two acre, being nlwiut t cniwclty In carrying equal blue grass. Heat and Moisture Needed. For maximum development carpet t und grass requires abundant inolstnre, and where these conditions pasare satisfied It furnishes taluuble turage from llay until Niremlr. or In the extreme South even longer. I Hiring cold weather It makes little, grow tli. Where, a field of carpet grass Is allomil to grow tall In the fall cattle will grnie with great relish on the dead tops during the w Inter. Although at present commercial seed In quantity Is seldom obtainable, ear-grass may bo sown If necesary by mowing the grass after the seed has matured and scattering the straw with the seed over tho field where It Is desired to sow the grass. If conditions are favorable, to enrpet grass It Is sure to posc?s the land, provided the grating Is heavy enough to kicp down the weeds ami taller grasses. For Use cn .Lawns. on lawns canet grass may For u In proimgatiil by sets or pieces of soil. To obtain u good sod the land should b well prepared to u depth of 0 to 8 Inches and generously fertilized with 1.1) or more tons to the acre of d stnble manure. Wore necessary, from to l.XK pounds per acre supplementary fertilizer of high-grad- e may aim 1k applied. The carict grns plants should lie set obout 12 Inches npnrt inch way. In planting small lawns It Is usually best to put out the sets with the trowel or some other hand tool, white on large lawns It Is l to plow the land and drop the sets or pieces of sod the propapart In the furrows. The er distance land should bo rolled after setting carpet grass In order to press the loose soil clnso around the plants. STOCK AND CROPS DEER1NG AND DAIN Mrs. Freeman Davis is reported ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Chandler of Mowers HAY Lancaster arc here. Miss Agnes Doolin spent last week with .Mrs. J. R. Sparks. Mrs. Sim Ray is with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Daltcy who is ill. Mr. Harlan Davis left Wednesday night for parts unknbwn. Mr. Harvey Teater sold calf, to Mr. James Simpson for $25.00 Miss Flora with Misses Price spent Sunday Bcrnlce and Ressie The Cultivator You Hear About .'"pHERE ore n lot of cultivator, cn tho market Some arc good others not so pcod. But there is one that nearly every farmer has heard about RAKES Dont worry with an old worn out machine and lose your crop. Call 49 by phone and we will deliver you one of our Improved Deering and Dain Mowers. Teater. The Regular preaching services will be held here Saturday night and Sunday. Intersaticcd No. 4 Pivot Axle Cultivator Every man that hat ever used an International No. 4 Is vays ready to say a good word for itsclenn wotk and easy opera, lien. Cerr nun that has a boy t( 14 cr over oustt to put rim in th ficlJ .ih a No. 4. Chinees are he will beat h:. dad at doing a clean job. You ttn dodga in e looted rem and clean out the weeds ia a war that vul surprise )ou. This is because the wheels pivet and the gangs shin wh HASELDEN BROS. "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" Matters of Color, firny hair Is often the result of too much blues. Many Like Him. .Ml newspapers often have advertise-rr- n, which could be rewritten ndvnn-tr.iriu1Itut It took a church paper In offer the mot orltfnil one yet: "Wanted A minister who lin boon married 22 years Is very desirous of rucuring a change." tending Chautauqua Institute. Miss Ivn Hollon is in Lancaster at and Teachers Miss Inez Land is nt home after a weeks visit with relatives on Lexlng. ton pike. Mr. and Mrs. William Humphrey and sister, of Louisville are here with enc alight motion o( the foot. Eir It i the simplest cultivates you ever rode on. Yo-- can chance the cultivating width without the turn. Juit a twist of the wrut. The enly way aaliafy yourself that we aie not stretching the truth and alio la 'earn about the many ether caduiivc fcalutca of the No. 4 ia to c. t our amp;ca. in aoa uus Real Geniality. The Inborn gfnlnlltv of some people amounts to genlu. IX I Whipple. Cn Life's Journey. I do not say we ought to be happier might to be is we crow older, 'jiii ralmer, knowing better what life Is, mil looking forward to utiotlicr. which nc believe to be it reality though we rannot tell what It means. Kxchnnge. relatives. Little Elgin Grow of Buckeve Is with his Mr. and Mrs. grand-parent- BECKER & BALLARD Bryantsvllle, Kentucky. So Wags the Werld. The class poet sometimes becomes a butcher In after life. txiulstllle Courier-Journal. frank Land. BANKING BY MAIL SAFE PRIVATE and CONVENIENT """taw Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kurtz and children motored to Harrodsburg Saturday in their new Ford car. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bobbitt and daughter, Agnes, spent Sunday with Mr. Floyd Ray and family. Miss Mary Edith Walker of Lancaster has been visiting her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray. Misses Thelma Simpson and Allene McCullcy were guests of Mrs. Clar ence McCulley for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and daughters spent the week end with .Mr. ..Morris Murphy Meredith's Vanity. (Jeorge Meredith. n his friends writes ned to tell wit ninu'emi-nt,Robert I.ynd In the Indon Nation. wa n vain man. Someone ha related how, in Ids Inter years, he regarded It ns n innlti r of extreme Importance that hi visitor should sit In a olttoii from whlrh they would see his fare In profile." Ccd of the Lower World. In onr temple of Jnpnn the Iqiage Is n Jcpnnese romiptlon of the gil of J Hie bnvi-world. The figure ha t.n An Image maker. It im nal history. riIs sn'd, ilteiL When he apiennil the lonl of the other world, In- - i' I 1... ...1.1 al.-- ..l ill t.l. nit iinir iit-- nau oi iimii iiini jt.ever reprwnteil the lonl of the world j erly. nnd that he must return to 'I i iar"i nnd make a correct likeness, ,TI" figure I olntiM out as the result M I'd the onler. It Is so horrible with I (i's l face and malevolent glare that itlie story seems plauilble. ln in Madison. v!tln" .Clnoianapolls. CITIJfsVi,n9UlAlul Jhn distance Is no obioet to uZm part of the country you live ln(o lll kmig "our Bank to your door and furtrollUioreSiS'wiil mv uwm -- ,9 ,wr .orjr uuiiar leu wiin us. I nis is worth. ord from you will bring full W- vKfSi!!<in"a aii,iwii ui uur pian i -- canKing oy mail." ino Is tho largest Bank In Indiana An. ' Mr. Lewis Murphy had the misfor tune of having his car turn over with him recently. He fortunately es caped injury. Mr. Tom Price who has been in AXOWERS Brown Wagons, 75 ft. Iron Fence. f nwrilK. 1st, ;Couiadu;ii RESOURCES -- 1ILLION DOLL CtrtTUItr IN OUSINtSS- NIAIU.Y HALT A - Attention Lamb Shippers, Frame for several months has been released from military service and is here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis and daughter, and .Miss 'Myrtle Teater and brother, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray and family were among the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain Sunday. IMPROVED John Deere Hay Stacker, John Deere Hay Rakes, John Deere Pitless Scales, S65 ADMINIS- J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. Hay Mowing Machines $60.00, To assure prompt movement of ail livestock from Central Kentucky Rakes $30.00. They will not list Louisville and Nashville Rail Road, arrangements have just long. Come and get yours at once.. points on the been completed for the handling of live stock from stations between RowCONN BROS, Lancattcr. Ky. land and Richmond, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train leavMr. and Mrs. Steve Agee of Mad M. Schedule is as follows: ing Lexington at 8:35 P. ison, Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson and sons, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Talton May and family. South Carolina County Agent Wsglng Campaigns for Importation of Pure-Bre- d Bulls. t (rrepared by tbe United States ef Agriculture.) Itelter stock and better crop yields Is tho motto of tho county iigint of I'alrfield county, .South Carolina. In carrying out this purpose he Is waging campaigns, for tho Importation, Into the county of ruore purebred bulls buying nnd home and for UNITED STATES RAILROAD TRATION Director Gencrul of Kuihonda LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. Ky 11:45 A.M. Lv Rowland Ky Lv Gilbert 12:01P.M.. Ky 12:15 P. M. Lv. Lancaster Ky 12:45 P. SI. Lv. Hyattsville, Ky 12:55 P.M. Lv Point Leavell Ky Lv Paint Lick 1:31 P. M. ciation. Ky Lv Silver Creek 2:00 P.M. Ky Lv Duncannon 2:23.1'. M. Ky Lv Fort Estill 2:40 P. M. WHEN YOD SUFFER Ky 2:50 P. M. Ar Richmond CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. FROM RHEUMATISM Ky Lv Richmond 4:00 P. M. Ky 4:30 P.M. LvKedlloute Ky Ar Winchester 4:45 P. M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. Almost any man will tell you Ky Lv Winchester 4:45 P. M. that Sloan's Liniment Ky Lv Wyandotte 5:0DP.JH. means relief Ky Lv Avon 5:21 P. M. ' Ky Lv Fenwick 5:29 P. M. For practically every nun hat used Ky Lv Montrose 5:55 P. M. It who hai suUered irons rheumatic Ky 0:30 P. M. Ar Lexington aches, soreness of muscles, stillness of joints, the results o( weather exposure. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 Women, too. by the hundreds of Ky Lv Lexington 8:35 P.M. thousands, use It for relieving neuritis, Ky 4:00 A. M. Ar LouUville lame backs, neuralgia, sick headache. The Uourbon Stock Ymls is located on the raits of the L. and N. Clean, refreshing, soothing, economical, Llol. at Louisville, and live stock can be placed for unloading immediately upon quickly effective. Say i'bloan'a today. urrim, thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling Central Kentucky ship- meat - to your druggist.. Get It pers to market their stock the day after loading. Ship your Live Stock to Louisville, the South', Greatest Market. Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCulley and children motored to Anderson county for a visit last Sunday returning on Monday. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hill. On Sunday afternoon they attended a novel and very enjoyable meeting at Shiloh church, it being a concert given by the Anderson County Musical asso Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares are now In effect to various SummerResorts ProAldlngJAttractive VacatloniTrlps. Following are round trip rates from Lancaster to nearby resorts (war tax extra). $15.9G Blue Rldtfe, Ga., Diamond Springs, Ky. $11.58 Gallatin, Tenn. $11.61 Irvine, Ky. $ 2.7C Maryvllle, Tenn. $10.20 Oliver Springs, Tenn $ 8.82 Torrent, Ky $ G.84 $ 1.08 Crab Orchard, Ky. Franklin, Ky. . $10.26 Hartsville, Tenn $12.76 London, Ky $ 3.24 Murphy, N. C, $17.34 Smith Grove, Ky. $ 8.40 Westmoreland, Tenn., $12.71 For fares to other points or further particulars apply to local ticket agent. , Cattle at Pasture on South Carolina Mountain. mixing of fertilizers to stimulate crop yields. He has alreudy usslsted farm-er- a In ordering, s number' of pure-brebulls and hopes to get more of them Into the county this )ear than ever He has demonstrated to the fanners of the county how to place coTwo operative onlera for fertilizers. hundred nnd seventy tons, of 10 per rent arid phosphate was ordered by with some savfarmers ing of money. Currying out tho same plan the York county agent helped farm em of his county to save U0 on order. one THE BOURBON STOCK YAR0S. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.wThursday July 3, 1919 YUKON GOLD GOES INTO COVERITMENT PLANT COWPEAS IVI IT LET A Dr. King's New 2 COLD. Two fine 'Garrard County Farms AND SOY BEANS i KEEP YOUAT HOME almost never falls to' bring quick relief Discovery STAMPS MINER ENTERS POSTOFDCE WITH BAG CONTAINING W.OOO AND EXCHANGE8 IT FOR W. 3.8. ! " W AUCTION 10 Time of Sowing Depends Largely on Latitude and Use to Be Made of Crop. WAIT UNTIL SOIL IS WARM HELPS COUNTRY AND SELF Nations of the World Talcing Palm to Tuesday Morning, 162 o'clock trrepared by the United Blates Depart ment of Agriculture.) Although soy beans ami cowpeas may be sown during n period from early spring until mldunimer, the Way up In th Far North, In Daw time of planting depends Inrgely on the Jion City, In tlio Yukon country, the PAINT LICK latitude and the use to be made of thrift habit la taking root and taking the crop. As n main grain or bay crop the place of the eitravag.mco and G. W. Conn is on tne sick list. the best time for planting la nbout the prodigal nto, that formerly characsame as tar corn, or when the ground terized that land of cold. Mrs. Oglive is visiting in the Walhas become thoroughly warm.. The ker neighborhood. tale, bearing the Tim folio In plants will then start quickly nnd guaranty of thu Canadian Oovorn-mrn- t Miss Bronston has been the gueit make a rapid growth. The plants for veracity, romoa from Daw grow slrrnly In cool weather, anil or- of Mrs. D. W. White. yon City: In the famous "Camp Dick Robinson", known every where as most desirdinarily there Is no nilvnntaje In Mrs. R. II. Ledford is able to be up a pone 01 nam oust a tig nt ot nun able land. planting earlier than corn. Kiperl-ment- s after un attack of Flu. r'.bage.a buckskin ahlrt clad miner ill have shown that the soy bean Travelers through this section can hnrdly keep the commandment "Thou the creeks In tl:o northwest Hubert Ellis arrived home ThursSh may be able to wlthstnnd more cold In Into the poslofllro lure a few shalt not covet." Both farms front on the Mt. Hebron Pike, the Curtis farm just day night from overseas. 1a ngu. He plared the ti.iR nf gilt mile from Lancaster and Lexington pike, 2 mile from Graded School, 1 Hurl Hammock visited Hiss Jessie I .rrlng mineral on the counter, and mile from Bryantsville, that growing village with its stores, churches, Bank, Mae Hammack last week. Called to the postmaster schools, eto. The Williams farm is just 2 mile farther on the Mt. Hebron Pike. "I've got 1 6.: II worth of dual here,' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thompson were Either farm a DANDY home, in an ideal location. ,hr aald. "I want aomo War Savlrg visitors in Berca, Sunday. No other farms in this neighborhood for sale. They just won't price. , Stamps Instead. Tht'7're raider t. Mrs. Johnson of Lexington, is the ioIo nround, nobody ran steal them, 162 acre tract will be sold in three tracts; 85 acres with most improveguest of Mrs. William EUridge. and besides, 1 are by )our sign that SO acres with tenant houto and tobacco barn. 27 acres, no improvement-- . ments, they tirtnx hllther Interest than the Bertham Brown was the guest of Purchaser of any tract will have the chance to buy cither one or both of other " b.mka (the. Then they're to help the .Mr. nnd Mrs. D. W. White Thursday tracts, each tract with b'oad frontage on pike. government Ret thr boya bark, no I night. guess they're tho Investment for me" IMPROVEMENTS: 8 room dwelling, 2 tenant houses, one large stock Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Logsdon and The postmaster did not liar that barn, the best in the County with water and fully equipped for feeding 100 catMrs. George Todd were in Richmond much ou hand nt ti e moment, no the tle, large box stalls; one new tobacco barn, all necessary out buildings. Monday. miner waited In .town for a few lay The 85 acre Williams farm will be sold in two tracts, one tract of 45 acres until they could te ,rnl for, lejught Miss Lucy Francis entertained for with improvements, one tract of 40 r.cres, no improvements. The improvements them, reglstried I In lu, and dcpnsllej her cousin, Miss Olive Todd last Monconsists of new 5 room bungalow, 2 porches, good cistern, 4 acre tobacco barn, (hem with one of the local banks. day night. "They lijuk good to me aa an Imcsl 40 acres in corn, 4 acres tobacco, 20 acres in meadow, balance in crass. SplenGeorge Clifton of Pendleton IvyT, Soy Beans Are Well Adapted to Culti ment." ha aald. "When I Ret bark to did frontage on Mt. Hebron pike; beautiful yard. A nice place to live. has been the guest of his neice, Mrs. thu wooda I'll tell the boya about vation In Rows. The 162 acres has 40 acres in corn, 10 acres in tobacco, 112 acres in grass. them." Fred Hall. Both farms arc well watered. Curtis farm has a fine orchard, beautiful yard with the early spring. For pasture, green The Canadian thrift campaign la not Paint Lick's prospective teachers large shade trees right on the pike. manure, soiling, or even for n hay dissimilar to that now being waged crop, both the toy bean nnd cowpea are in Lancaster this week for the by the U. S. Treasury Department, The farms are a good "Buy" for two families wanting to locate in same may be miwii ns late as August 1 In the Institute. jind, Americana ecryhcr are learn neighborhood close to splendid graded school and with other advantages. south and July 1 In the North. Mrs. Robert Duncan was taken to InK that Covrrnment securities are These farms will be sold for the High Dollar. Dates cf Planting. the beat Investment they cn make the Berea Hospital Wednesday to be The extreme ilutes of successful I "turn down" Auction Sale propositions every few days. I only contract Tho War Katlngs and Thrift Stamp planting nt the Tenncsseo experi operated on. for those I know will appeal to the buyers, therefore, I always sell what I offer. rampalgn la Juit line of the features' Miss Jessie Mae Hammack visited ment stntun were found to be April 3 gets the benefit of my judgment as to values. Attend my sales the U 8. (lovernnient la Impressing! The purchaser ami August (i. although June proved to Miss Sadie Ralston from Wednesday on the public now to bring tbout m and see how they are conducted. We want to show you the land before 'day of be the most favorable month In which until Saturday. era of prosperity that will last sale. Get in touch with us. to plant nny variety. The yields of Miss Mary Miller Woods has reforage nnd seed secured from different POSSESSION OF BOTH FARMSON JANUARY 1, 1919. TERMS EASY.. EIGHT EXCELLENT POINTS (Ink's of planting with the Huhcrlandt turned from a pleasant visit to he. variety of My bean nnd the droit vari- aunt, in Danville. DINNER ON THE GROUNDS. ecurltles Offered by U. S. Govern, ety of cowpea at Arllugtou farm, VirMrs. John II. Smith and children, ' ment Possess Advantages Over ginia, arc ns follows: of personal property as follows; of Berea, are spending the week with Will ' ,e" a Alt Other Investments. Mrs. W. C. Wynn. (TON3 TO ACRE.) 1 sorrel mare, 9 years old; 1 three year old Peavine filly; 1 two year old Thrrc are tight points of excel.' Date of The little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. 1 yearling filly, 1 yearling horse colt; 1 red shorthorn cow and calf at horse colt; Icnce In each War Savings Stamp. ' planting. bean. Oroltconpea. Ben Spurlock who hns been dangerfoot; 2 year old red cow, calt at foot; 1 red cow, fresh in the fall; 2 two year. old a e tp a o " ously ill Is better. that are mighty appealing, all of which ' 3 3 i 3 are not combined In any other aecur steers; 1 roan shorthorn bull; 7 year old jersey cow and calf, 5 year old jersey h f & n --, 3 3 Ity now to bo obtained In nny market' Mowing Machines S60.00, Hy cow ond calf ; 5 extra buck lambs and a lot of other stock and household and I : on earth. : 3 o 3 0 Rakes, $30.00. They will not last kitchen furniture. W. 8. 8. uurkrra would do well lo i long. 1 Come and get yours at once. fI 5 This will be an all day sale. Come early and spend the day with us. digest these eight polnta thoroughly CONN BROS, Lancaster, e" stay i t lis :Ls 7.1 lis is'c and tee to It that their ndianta&ra Follow my sales, I will make you money. At each one of my auction May IS 6.S 1.11 1S.( C.3 18.3 M Mrs. Geoffrey Morgan of Lexington are not loat on the multitude Each 72 sales the purchaser has cither sold at a profit or been offered a profit within a 1.C9 23. 23.1' June 1 S.6 1. CO . War Savings Stamp la n direct proupi 121 21.3 June U 9.3 1.32 lt.C has been the pleasant guest of her short time. July t Uo to pay on the part of the mint i.i l.a 1S.3 U.O 1.2S 9.C sister, Mrs. R. G. Woods. 4.2 (a) .tS 110 5.S .'"If K. stable goternment In the world. It AZs. 1 3.S .17 (a) 4.4 .41 (a) Miss Mary Noel of Danville arrivbear Interest at the rale, of 4 perl ed Tuesday for an extended visit to (a) Did not mature. cent compounded quarterly. If held unher sister, Mrs. J. B. Woods. til maturity. The planting of the same vnrlety nt The amount of money required (or and Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos, Ralston different dales or varieties of different 'the Investment Is so small that every maturity on the shine date will furnMi Mr. Frank Ralston were the guests of Ierson can own at least one Interest LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS. Advertising Manager. an iibundnnce of forugo or pasture Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Hammack Sunday. bearing gotcrnmint bond. It Is rend from middle summer until late fall. Miss Mary Fields and brother of Look up the advertisements for Rales on the 16th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd of. lly obtainableany post office, alrnot Kecne hnve returned home after a any bank and many other agenclen, July. Also farms for sale privately. i COOPERATION IS GREAT HELP visit to Mrs. 0. L. Hammack and fam will supply them. It la always In season and may be purcbai-eany ily. time. Faith In Possibilities of Organization Mr. and Mrs. Morton Breeding nnd Ita principal la always maintained Is Essential Must Be Expressed drs. Lin McGuire of Beattyville, were with an accrual at tho rate of 3 per In Deeds. Misses Mabel uml Jewel I'rcwitt URADSI1AW MILL. MT. HEBRON recent guests of Mrs. Sophia Tread-wacent per annum. It la the moat liquid I were entcrtnined nt the homo of Mr (Prepared by the Unltod States Depart- -' of nil securities, readily concerted Into Mr. James Hnrdwick remains quite The fnrmera are nil very uusy with "" Mrs. Cameron I'rcwitt Saturday. ment of Agriculture.) cash on short notice. It necessity Mr. J. F. Foley nnd family, Mr. P. While popular faith among farmer requires, and la redeemable upon ma their wheat this week. Mr. nml .Mrs. Cameron I'rcwitt and ill. D. Foley and family nnd Mr. Fletcher In as n means of Improvturlly at rontrnlrnt places. Its In visiting 'daughter, Ruth Cameron were guests Mrs. F. W. Montgomery is quite ill Mr. Jenkins of Corbin is ing marketing method has been and family motored to Frankfort on lerest la recelw-- Immediately at the 1.1. .i.,k.. m of Mr. nnd Mrs. X ,U I'rcwitt Sunday. at this writing. ' imi;.. Mnm ' ' rtrong In recent years and hns brought Sunday. time of purchase, Inrad of ucriodl. .f . Miss Xina Coulter of Ohio, is with about thu formation of n large number Master James banders was witiij Mowing Machines J60.00, 'Hay cally during the life of tho security Slisses Veda nnd Naomi Price Wil .Muster Dclbcrt I'rcwitt Saturday. ! r.i,-- ,, $30.00. They will not last her sister, Sirs. Murinn Montgomery of nssnclntlnn. the term liams arc in Richmond this week the lias been employed In such n way that uests of their grand-parentCOMMERCIAL TRAVELERS I Miss Linda Sanders was the week- - ' ons. Come and get yours at once. for a few Weeks stay. Mr. nnd U CONN BROS, Lancaster. Mr Dilliird Brumficld bough; of many people have cone In belleu' that Mrs. Williams. ENDORSE THRIFT, md guest of Miss Maymc Sebastian,! organization offers n n Mr. Burton Santlent ami Mr. I'hillpj Misses Maude, Minnie and Freda Mr. nnd Mrs. S. N. Sanders, nnd Mr. G. V. Thompson the pUce lcro solution for nlmnt till dH'cultleo env iw .h he now lives for $5,P00. countered lu the marketing ot farm Conn and brother, of Lnncastcr, were cof tho 'United Commercial TravIel. ' Moore motored to Ilichmond, Sunday, .laughters, Linda nnd Nunc, spent Mrs. William Onstott nnd niece products. A great deal may be accom- week end guests of Miss Chastine I. In seaslon at CuniberlanO. ltd . m. Little L. I). Krltts is sricndlntr ijv- - Thursday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Curl Miss Zeldn spent Thursday night in plished through organized effort when Ruckcr. f ccntly, endorsed tho Thrift and Savjernl days with his aunt, Mrs. James Baker, It la properly npplleil uml correctly Danville witli Mrs. Betrie Rogers. Mowing Machines $G0.00, Hay Mrs. Sallie Hurt nnd gramMaugl.. "l" U.lted 8l'lM l'witt. employed, but tint much emphasis, say Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and I marketing specialists of the United Rakes, $30 00. They will not last wa7n.;,!MlTJ,L,.I 1ms been spending ter. Christine Mobley. were amonc Miss l.eo East "iaa a few ilays with her sister, Mr. Bert' the t'Uests ot Mr. and Mrs. Daniel of Mrs. I'cnchie Grow for the week Statea department of agriculture, run-lo- t ong. Come nnd get yours at once. nen from ike ,iii,irt daughter. Miss Bcula were the guest CONN BROS, Lancaster, be placed on the fact that Kast Thursday. "Virginia, West Vlrclnla. Maryland Mol'i'i - lcy. Is not niitoinatlc nnd is not n end. Miss Sadie Ralston, Jim Harve and ana uemucKy. Not only was tho moe- Mrs. Molllo Mobcrlcy and dnugh-- j Mrs. Ed Grow nnd little daughter, xlntlon for nil marketing Ills. Faith William and Ed Ralston, Morris and ment given endorsement, but tho con- - t,,r Christine, were with Mrs. Jesse Is ' Felda spent a part of last week with In the possibilities' of Stephen Todd nttended the Baptist hventlon pledged Itself , to do all In Ita Knst Wdnesdav . . essential to Its success, but this faith . ,nnwnr. In nlvinM ,1. ,ii it an- .me sense II i. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Ni Grow nt Pleasant must bo expressed In Georgetown Saturday .v t deeds us well an Assembly nt Lor.g spent, Mr. and elra. Hubert , of tho contention that thrift should Hill. and Sunday. words. parents, Mr. ar.d; become a national habit. Inasmuch as' Sunday with her Mr. and Mrs. D. W. White had ns Miss Mary A. Sanders nnd daughme great promise of Auiorlca'a Indus-- , Mrs. l.lljnii linker, ter, Miss I'eachle Mae, spent Thurs- MUCH DEPENDS ON FERTILITY their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. R. trial and commercial nower Ilea In the K. Stone and children of Richmond, day with her daughter, Mrs. Thos .mle.".' ihirOPl8 '? con,e?'a ""family of Kich.iioud are visiting re. Prices of Land Seldom Based on Ca- Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Ellis and Miss supervise ex-Hicks. i !,tro lhw ement pacity of Soil to Yield pendilure. of material and money Bessie and Mrs. White. Mrs. A. H. Clark nnd children of Urged. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sanders and with careful minds. Jim Harve Ralston has accepted a I Madison county nrc the guests of her spent Monday with Mr. ran, Forest, Few people realize the value of an position as traveling salesman with 1'rombs, 13-mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Onstot: and The soul of the and Mrs. S. K. Sanders. aakamJ1 a Clothing Co., of nluggard deslretb and hatb nothing. acre ot rich soil. In fact, prices of the Starrs-Chaffer- s ether relatives here. Prlvnto Owen Locker who has been but the soul ot the diligent shall bo land seldom are based entirely on fer- Cincinnati and will leave at once for Misses Ruth and Blanche Mont tility or tba capacity of the land to West Virginia, having accepted that with the A. E. V. In France has been made fat. gomery returned last week from a yield crops. The vjlua generally Is es- territory. mustered out and is at home. It's tthat you save, not what you pleasant visit with their aunt, Sirs. W. timated by the roads, distance from' anJ Mr. nnd Mrs. S. N. Samitli Mrs. J. D. Wynn entertained at a .earn, that spells futura opportunity for market, schools, churches and the CHlEFJUSTICEJOrW D.CARROLL G. Vanderpool In Lexington. Friday evening, your children. Invest your savings duuzhter, Nancy, wera guests of Mr. character of the people ana) the roads six o'clock dinner, Sunday. nnJ Mrs. Grant Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Duncan were schools, churches, etc. It should be the guests were Mrs. DeWitt and fin W. S, S. Democrats Candidate For in Lexington Saturday, with her sis the privilege ot farmers to Improve daughter, Miss Jessie of Frankfort, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Creech and lit- GOVERNOR Tba habit of thrift Is aa asseL lie-- tie son. Gilbert wera visitors of Mr. ter, Mrs. Jake Fain who was operated the soli and conserve Its fertility for Miss Fannie Dowden and Mr. and today by buyla a War !j5tn Ha Cam Win 'In NovsunbtM, ton at the Good Samaritan Hospital. much depends upon lu capacity to Mrs. Besnnett Roop. and Mrs. Cameron Preritt Monday. (Statu. jrUW crops, m Inttruct Thtlr Cltlunt In of Thrift and Saving. Las-on- t July 15th, 19 Acres Plants Grow Slowly In Cool Weather and Ordinarily There Is No Advantage In Planting Earlier Than the Corn Crop. Ssutl dotes once In awhile and that couch soon quiets down. Another dose and a hot bath, before Jumping Into bod, a tood sleep, and luck to normal la tba m:m!n7. Dc lung's New Discovery I well 1 or mown. fifty years it's been relieving coughs, colds and bronchial niM;W. For fifty years it has beea sell by druggists everywhere. A reliable remedy that you yourself or SB rnerr.bir of yourfamilycan take saftly. throat-tearin- Help nature take its course, not with a violent, purgative, but with gentle but certain and natural-laxativDr. King's New Life Tills. Tonic in action, it stimulates the lax bor;da. Sold bydruggists everywhere. TrninThoscStubborn Bowels For Floyd Curtis 85 Acres For J. C. Williams " kl lt ! f SWINEBUQAO, The Real Estatejan unimr;."" are"a.t'?;enlJ, L,?:l K"1 8tUb . i amnjuivik " t- - is. 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 3, 1919 supplies goods almost exclusively to farmoM has' listed In SAVE LABOR IN Its catalogues fourteen differ GROWING BEETS ent styles of office desks. The farmer In his olf Ice with n tele phone at his elbow is now more Use of More Horses and Larger than a fantastic dream. Implements Reduces Work Cheer up. The scarcity of of Farm Laborers. men compared with acreage will stimulate an ingenuity and beget a progressive attitude COMPARISON OF PLOW CREWS that otherwise would never have come to birth. Approximately One Hour an Less of Man Labor Is Necessary SUNDAY BASEBALL. to Operate Plow Drawn by There are n number of perThree Horses Than by Two. fectly reputable and high minded people to whom Sun- (lTepurrd by tlra Vnltol State Depart- mtnl of Asrrlculturr.) day baseball is anathema. But Many farmers arc solving tho InlKir the same reason does not oper- problem by uidiig larger Implements ate in each case. Some of and more horse. Such practices liavu growers greatly to i them proceed from the spirit enabled reduce their for man that animates the professional and Increase vsiiensesoperation. labor The their They wnnt to normal man lnlior rtqulrnl In growing abolitionist. sugar beets will vary from US to 133 abolish something, and the hours or more an most prominent objects on the Uider nvcrugo ncre. condition's whore landscape attract their attent- more burses und lurger Implement ion, first. Baseball is one of ure used, the man labor on machine operations will be reduced approxi them. mately 2o per cent. Others take, in all sincerity, A direct comparison of plowing the viewpoint of the Sabbatar- crews In Michigan uud Ohio, where In conditions mulrr ian. They hold thnt the Day of uouu ure uuuuroi, which lhe(work miuhs uini upprnxr . is profaned. Rest inately one hour an acre leu of man It is well to avoid a confusion labor It heeeyary to oleruc n plow by three horses of definitions. A day of rest drawn the larger outllt, nsthan by two. With alo when a is not necessarily a day of su- tractor Is uod, u float or plank can pine inactivity. Nothing is so be attached to the plow, and thus the demoralizing as inaction of breaking of a cloddy surface can be done with little auilitlonul effort or mind and body, and to make cost. In disking In the Michigan and Sunday a day of demoralization (H,l.) district It wan found that of would be worse than profana- an hour ofoutllt raven an hour over man lalmr tion. equipment. the t, "Well", say the Saving In Sugar Oects. "why not spend the entire day CultUatlou of sugar beets furnishes in pious meditation, in prayer, a Ktrlklng contrast In crew undcucy, It hymn singing, and homilies?" In MlclUgun and Ohio acrewas found were re un that l.'J is said ill 'quired to culthate once over with n Because and this Implement, 1.0 reverence; interminably all cultivator, and only S with protracted ritual is not devo of a n cullirn for a tion; it is savagery. East In- tor a distinct saving In man labor by machine. Ad many dian devotees practice it. Cen- ulng the Is attention tral African aboriginals main- fields require the grower before It the iKirslble for to get tain it because it is uncom work accomplished, any sating of la- fortable, It IS a compliment to bor nnd time Is an adrnntnge to the their God. If they exhaust ' "r,m'nK crop and affords more man moor lor crop roiojieunK me themselves in ceremonies and tusar beet In the distribution wiinlabor. of supplications through a dreary Under average conditions a crew of sugnr-bocfour-home ultra-devous one-roman-hour- s two-rowman-hou- r four-rowfour-row- JULY 1st 1 ml Acre WE are expecting YOU Coal Is Cheap Now. Our Coal is Ready for You Clean, Bright, Dry and Perfectly Reliable. The more of it you buy at present prices the more You will never get money you will save. better advice than "Buy Your Coal Now". Conn 3E Brother's. 3rl rE 3G "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." ' person five years ago you put your money in the bank. Pera Year. Issued .Weekly. haps you saved enough to buy Payable In Advance. a few bonds. Or perhaps you J.E. ROBINSON. Editor. merely kept money on deposit. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. You felt that if you did thi for a few years you would have Entered at the Post Office in Lanquite a tidy sum at the end of Mail caster. Ky., as Second-Clas- s that time. 'Matter. . Instead of this, each dollar Member Kentucky Press Association that you laboriously earned and and saved is now worth sixty-fiv- e Eighth District Publishers League. cents. If you have saved $f,000, you have really only Rate For Political Announcements. If you saved $5,000, $650. For Precinct and City Offices..$5.00 you have $3,250 left. You have 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 lost the rest, just as though you .10 had dropped it in the sea. The For Calls, per line .10 dollar is to blame. For Cards, per line It has For all'jroblications in the intershrunk. est of individuals or expresIt is the duty of the governsion of individual views, per 10 ment, by some economic measline the dollar. .05 ure, to stableize Obituaries, per line their CCCentrlCibne man aud two horses working con- Otherwise, nnnnln will nil ft stretch T).n uauousiy win mi approximately i4 cl flattered l,e.ity wil saving. They will naturally acres of beets a day. A crew of one .Lucister, Ky.. Jane 26, 1919 priests of Baal had the same man nnd four horos will rrobably Inwant to spend all of their monor pos crease this aren ey now, before it shrinks into motive when they lanced their sibly -- H acn-- u to two acres,favorable llesh with knives. They suf- conditions. The du) under nothing. inrforranncc of the For Congressman. lifting Implement can be Improved still Every time ' prices take a fered in his honor. We are authorized to announce But such a horrible concep- further with the addition of more jump, the dollar takes a slump rirAc a tiAnntvr nf horso power. If, by using an extra i S6on it will reach the bottom of tion of the Almighty is out of horse on the lifter, this work can be ty, a candidate for Representative 'in date. It is to be classed with performed In a snorter perlcx!, inore Congress in this, the Eighth Congress f ho. greased skid, and then- wor- - time will Ik- - available for hauling the burnlngnd Moloch sional District, subject to the action revolution, anarchy, disintegra-iwcl- 1 beets to the factory or loading nation. of the Democratic party. 3n'P' ., ition. Another Mexico. " Harvesters Mean Further Economy, we mar L A nation that has lost its , cul- f An appreciable sating In farm labor Peaiora at aunuay ubku.ii trill tmtfniiMiMllr tu THE HOLE IN THE POCKET. habit of thrift is headed for games lnuuige in bias- - j through the development of mechanic oiten swift nennnmlfi rtUnatpr. phemous language, do rhoval Harvesters, rne nonn labor .on On all hands we are bomopera-- I ) sugar beets, comprising' not?" barded with the exhortation to tlons ns blocking, thinning, booing, MEN AND ACRES. I Frequently, some of them. pulling, topping and loading, roiii'l-- . be thrifty,) to save. And, as a cent of the matter of fact, we have had There is a scarcity of men And not only on Sunday And fulfil from 52 to 73 ior In growing tisthe Inlwr required when they do it on Sunday it tal manThe pulling, topping nnd loadpresented; to us many of the on the farms. crop. This is not news to any one isn't only at the ball park. most practfeal reasons for not ing, when combined, inako up '.'I to No, the deplorable backslid-- ' I r cent of the work. KMImntes mode saving. JJt becomes increasing It is a subject which has ovoked snow- - u variation iiy several grower ue ly evident that there is much much lamentation for a con n.K cn me age can noi t. ai-- , , .J( (Q 3I) hmn , flW to be said in favor of blowing siderable period. But there is triouietl entirely lO aunuayi nunt for the hand work in hnrvestlng. a ray of sunshine piercing the baseball. Is ory upfront, rajs the bulletin. It in all of Jwir money while we gloom. '""' Eliminate the Almighty Dol- - few hours an aero with """""J" ' can buy something with it. Arte" the Civil War vast lar and you will have removed UotI ot tin. mechanical harvester, conditions continue along their present course a man will tracts of land were offered, to the' great obstacle to the wor- IMcn ship of the Almighty God. soldiers. CROP soon be unable to buy a pair of discharged SOY BEAN IMPORTANT trousers at the price which now found themselves in possession . and May purchases a suit of clothes. And of large portions of the Jerrr s- The world was not made in. Has Ftdgt0 Protein Valuewllh L,,. De Adv.nU, trial crust which they could not day, Neither is a fortune the same price, five years ago, Nitrogenous Crops. would have bought a suit of cultivate because there was too by honest methods. Keep right; (Prepared by th Unit) Statu JVpart-mtmuch of it. So they set their on grubbing, and smiling. clothes plus an overcoat. of Agriculture.) The soy bran has an Important placo It seems more practical, brains to work. among soiling crops. Having a high The result was farm machin Every good married woman protein value, tho crop may be fed therefore, to stock up in clothes and everything else for the ery. The bindor and the is a spendthrift. She squan- to good advantage with lesg nitrogenthreshing machine made their ders hours of time upon her ous crops, such as corn, sorghum, su- next five or six yenrs. appearance. The gang plow, husband for which she receives fashions1 But unfortunately change, and if we are at all fas- - the seed drill, and various other no adequate recompense. tidious the extra dozen suits products of the machine shop Our esteemed enemy, it n evidence. The which we buy now will be out wcro of date in a year or two. Still, flM "nil scythe were super- - seems, has signed another "scrap of paper". if we do not worry over the va, i ceded, There were not enough men garies of'fashiop we might ento balance the acreage, so madure thaf disadvantage. Lesrn From Mlitskes. If you uinko n in'mt'-don't Inos ' But groceries will not keep chines made up the deficit. long. Tn'-at This process seems likely to iiack thingIt Into your the reaon l quite so long. We must rethe on uilnd. sign ourselves to eating as happen again. In the last cen- fhen look, for'wnnl, MLrckrit are ani, le White. we can consume, and sus period the number of farms tons of wl(loui.-lliig- li much as A Field of Soy Deans. paying the increased prices of 50 to 175 acres increased "The Sick Man of Europe." which probably will be levied only C per cent, while those of grass, and millet. Tho great vadan A collector of old prints proved 500 to 1,000 acres grew 22 per the expression, "the sick man ot that riation In tho time of maturity ot the every few months. Cu. rope," persistently applied for .years different varieties of soy beans or tho We hnve no right to blame cent. planting ot the same variety at differto Turkey, dates back to the As a result, the tractor. the grocer or the tailor. They century, when' John Soblcskl ent dates will make It jmsklble to But it will not stop here. Not droit-- back the Turks frony the gates have a succession ot green forage charge more because they have greater pan ot the throughout only is the farmer now 'a me- of VJvdqs. 'A print ot the period shows summer and the When tho crop hat to pay more. The dollar is the full. the Turk oa Ids sick bed and doctors, culprit It has depreciated. chanic, he is also an account- representing the nations of liurope, become well established It grows well during drought und ofteu succeeds If you were a saving kind of ant. One of the firms which gathered about Ultn. when other crops fail. The Central Record $1-5. NOTICE. Our Store will close every Evening at SIX P. M., except on SATURDAY Evening when it will close at 9:45. We would appreciate our patrons keeping this m mind. The Joseph Merc. Co. Last Notice. All property owners using the city water will positively be required to install meters at once or your property will be disconnected from the city main. This is absolutely final and the ordinance juat patted by the City Council requires that this be done ami 1 have been authorized to see that the ordinance is obeyed or See me at the water disconnected. once for prices on meters which will be furniihed to consumers at actual cost. L. '.. Jlerron, City Marshal. Georgette Blouses Hold Center of Stage I W4 V BBBSSaBK' TBBBBF m,f "" ' - -- if "' ' 1 nt I sn e seven-teent- h amplified and made Interesting by nil sorts ot embelllkhinents. Milk embroid bend embroidery, needlework. In frills and Insets tucks and other stltchery, small buttons, are all among the available thluk'S that con tribute toward the success of the star performer. And tile variety of de. signs Is Interesting. In fact. If vurlely Is the spice of life III fusldons, lli.ni lift Is highly spiced thli spring, whichever way one may look. One cannot stroll far In a wulrt shop without coniliig imkiii blouses In the darker colored crepe among the many In wlille. pink uud llesh. And nmoog tho darker walstv there ure always navy blue models that Inspire n long ing to posgess them In every woman of taste. Tho ulwuys lovely combination of navy blue and blego Is here again, and navy with Amerlcun Beauty glows umong tho successes of the season's color combinations, lllege combines well with many stronger colors. In the blouse pictured a vest of aatln, and odd cuffs of It, matching the crepe In color, belp out lu the construc tion of the model. but tons and both silk and bead cinbrold-- 1 ery lace Homctlmen nlono and in ery wuku u rldi llnl.Ii for It. It Is a the company of other line fabric;, geor good choice when one 11 looking for o gette crepe In hloukex uintlmu-- tu hold (Irony blouse tu match a tailored hull the center of the stage In sprlni: stjlci. In color. 1'or utility blouses vnllo deserves ti Its purt In the druuiu of fashions Is s buy n line quality and tu put handwork Into Its making und decoration tlnco there are the things that make a blouso high grade. dainty as georgette uud will stand the rtrulu of wear und constant laundering belter than unything else. It puys to be given much consideration. It Is as Tor the Young Girl. Simple eu'iilug dresses uud dunce frocks piny an luiiortuut part In the wurdrobo of the young woman und. for inu spring, pompauour functus arc ury popular. Kaster Is quite lute tub year und evening frocks selected fr.i festivities may be verj summery In character. When ompa dour tufTctii Is selected, only the om nmterlul Is used, except where fllmj net Is used to drape the tot) ut hodlct! and edge the short rtaftvd, ta'ffctr rlecves. sluny charming little" dancs frocks are made of fine white net, trimmed fancifully with puffings of taffeta ribbon applied In lover's knot dw situs, etc., ou both skirt and bodice. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL LANCASTER.-KY.- , RKCOIRX SECTION 2 THIRTIETH VIAR THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3. 1919. NUMBER 14. o'clock. They were followed by the Event of Death Washington, June "8, (Asc!nted American delegates, headed by President Wilnon, and then by 1'rcss.) President Wilson, In an address the plenipotentiaries of Great Ilritlnn, France, Italy and Japan The Snxings Division of the United has The representatives of the minor Powers signed in alphabetical to the American people on the occn-io- n States Treasury Department THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR of the signing of the pence made public the terms by which the order. trenty, made o plea for the accept- Go eminent will make payment on ",The Chevrolet Motor Car is China's delegate s did not attend the session, declining ance of the treaty and the covenant War Savings Stamps in the event of in every respect. Built for service and comfort. in fcit'ii the trentv because they word hot nremittcd to make of the League of Nations without the owner's death. change or reservation, ills message, The terms provide that If the deFour Ninety Roadster, $715.00 i enervations. given out here by Secretary Tumulty, cedent leaves a will which is admitted Four Ninety Touring $735.00 and the American delegation said: President Wilson to probate, or if he dies without mak"3aby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 nc!mlni-tcreing a will, nnd the estate i "My slirnlnir the nence treaty at .1:14 o'clock, Paris time. It 'Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 in court, payment of the de"The trenty of peucc has been also was signed by Dr. Hermann Mueller nt .1:12 and Dr. Jo 1 F. 0. B. Factory. cedent's Savings Certificates shall he signed. If it is ratified and actdelega hnnnes Hell nt U:i:t for the Germans. The American A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. made only to "duly appointed repre ed upon In full .tnd sincere exThey have marvelous power, nnd noted as hill tion signed in this order: Secretary Lansing, Henry White, Col sentative of the estate". Adminis ecution of its terms It will furclimbers. Let us demonstrate. tration will be required before pay House. nnd Gen. Hliss. nish the chnrter for n new order ment is made on n Savings Certificate of nlfairs in the world. It is a Tho protocol was signed by all those who signed the in all cases where the gross personal set ere treaty in the duties and PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY treaty. The Ithlne arrangement wns signed by the Germans, estate of the deciascd owner exceeds penalties it imposes upon GerJ500.00 In value, unless the estate of Amcricnns, Belgians, Iiritish and French nlenlpotentnnes. many, hut It is severe only bePaint Lick, Kentucky. such decedent is exempt from ndmlnl' cause great wrongs done by, Ger At 3:44 o'clock cannon began to boom announcing the stration under the laws of the do. many nrc to be righted and recompletion of the ceremony of signing. The signatures had edited person'r state. paired: It imposes nothing that 5 Should there be no legal represen not, however, as a matter of fact, then been completed, for at Germany cannot do; and she estate, that time the smaller nations were still signing in alphabetical can regain her rightful standing tative of anpersons the certificate will Mr. Bob Itankins bought several church, Sunday at 11 A. M. Everybe paid to who arc equitably rhoats paying for them 18 cents per body is invited to attend the services. in the world by the prompt and 'order. entitled in the opinion of the Secre- pound. honorable fulfillment of its terms Mrs. Joe Skinner, Mrs. Tomlinson tary of the Treasury In the following The proceedings were formally closed at 3:40 o'clock "And it Is much more than n Mr. It. K. Speaks and daughter re- and Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess have Bjne order of classes; husband, wife, next cently pence with Germany. treaty of went to Crab Orchard on a to Columbus and Dayton Ohio to visit As Premier Clemenccau, President Wilson and Premier of kin, or other person who has preIt liberates great peoples who pleasure trip. friends there. Lloyd George emerged from the pnlnce the great crowd out ferred claims ngaiust the estate, or have ncer before been alc to Mr. and Mrs. Henry MacAfce who creditor for funeral expenses or excordon of troops, cheering madly. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bogie and'son find their way to liberty. It ends side swept aside the penses of the decedent's last illness. have lecn visiting his mother at Ir- came over from Lexington Sunday once for nil an old and Intoler-abl- n swept along ,by the surging The three statesmen were vine returned Sundny. nnd were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. order under which small thousands. Many soldiers broke ranks and joined in the Mrs. Joe Pollard and Miss Stella Royston and family. groupj of selfish men could use MARKS1IUKY g airplanes guns boomed nnd demonstration while the peoples of great empires to Speaks went to Iliattsville last week Hay Mowing Machines $60.00, serve their ambition for power to visit Mrs. John Collier. sccmwl to fill the air. Kakrs, $30.00. They will not last 'Mrs. Ike Naylor entertained a nnd dominion. It associates the Master II. II. Swopc who has been on, Come and fitt yours at once. at dinner Sunday Premiers Clemenccau and Lloyd George and President free Governments ef the world CONN BROS, Lancaite- -, Mrs. Mason Pollard was hostess at visiting In the community returned in a permanent league, in which Wilson were protographed together on the terrace. After the dinner to a number of friends Thurs- to his home In Danville Monday. they are pledged to use their Miss Alllce Sutton and brother E. demonstration, the Allied lenders left Versailles in the same day. Miss Sue Sutton attended the T. Sutton attended Children's Day united, power to maintain peace automobile, the crowds following and cheering. nt Lancaster nnd was at Hubble Sunday, Miss Alice reby maintaining right and jusMrs. Kiln Cecil of Danville is spend Chautauqua the guest of Mrs. J. I. Hamilton. tice. It mnkes International law Premier Clemenccau called the session to order nt 3:10 ing two weeks with Miss Eugenia maining for a few Ways visit with n renlity supported by imperaRev. Skaggs will preach at the friends at that place. mid put the direct question to the Germans whether they were tive sanctions. willing to sign nnd esecutc loyally the terms. "It does away with the right WILSON URGES PEACE TREATY SIGNED. IF YOU SHOULD DIE TODAY. War Ended Last Saturday, When Historic Instru U. S. TO OPPOSE TREATY CHANGE Treasury Department ment Was Signed. Issues Ruling on DisTho world wnr formerly ended Inst Snturday by the In Address To People ilKiiInK of the Pence Trenty with Gcrmnny. Calls It "Charter For position of War SavThe epochal meeting in the Hnll of Mirrors begun nt New Order." ings Stamps In .":10 o'clock nnd the German delegate?, the first to ein, alfixod their f.ij;nStiires nt te il low-llyin- The Allied nnd Associated Pow ers on one side nnd the German Ileich on the other side, have come to an agreement on the conditions of peace. The text has been completed, drafted and the President of the Conference has stated in writing that the text that is about to be signed now is identical with the 1200 copies that have been delivered to the German delegation. The signatures will be given now and they amount to a solemn undertaking faithfully and loyally to execute the conditions embodied in this trenty of peace. I now invite the delegates of the Germnn Heich to sign the trenty". Before the ceremony the indications were thnt the Council of Four would meet after the signing to study suitable means to oblige Germany to ratify the treaty within the shortest pos sible time. I,rmlir..f!limineiiill "The session is open. K.aiil : ot conquest and rejects the policy of annexation and suMtltutw a new order under which backward nations populations which have not yet become to political consclouness and peoples who nre ready for independence but not jet quite prepared to dispense with protection and guidance shall no more be subjected to the domination and exploitation of a stronger nation, but shall be put. under the friendly direction and afforded the helpful assistance of Gov- SERVICE Hail Insurance On Your Tobacco ernments which undertake to be responsible to the opinion of mankind in the execution of their task by accepting the direction ot the League of Nations. rights of nationality; the rights of minorities and the sanctity of religious belief and prrfctlie. It lays the basis for conventions which shall free the commercial intercourse of tit world from unjust 'nnd vexatious restrictions und for every sort of international that will serve to cleanse the life of the wcrld nnd faciliate its common nction in beneficent service of every kind. It furnishes guarantees such ns were never given or een contemplated for the fair treatment of all who labor at the dally tasks of the world. "It is for this reason that I have spoken of it ns n great charter for a new order of There is ground here for deep satisfaction, universal reassurance and confidoit hope. "WOODKOW WILSON." Some members of Congress ami others who nrc watching tile IrMi fucstlon were particularly attracted to that portion ot the President's ad dress in which he referred to "peo ples who are ready for Independence but not yet prepared to dispense with protection and guidance" nnd that the trtnty "rcoogniics the Inalien able rights of nationality." No on here ventured to interpret what was in the President's mini I when he wrote those passages, but they were scanned with much inter- St. "It recognizes the inalienable FEEDUOF V FUEL JjJlJ ( JOOLED J $4.00 Per Acre Up. it f Western Electric THIS Its exclusive features' make trouble-proo. Settlements made after the storm. Hundreds of acres ndw being written. ' typff Western and Light is prailically automatic in its operation- -a child can operate it Dependable electric service night and'dayfor, your iarra See this plant, in opcratioa d POWER &;UGHT Electric PHONE 189 OR 100 ' fh V BASTIN BROTHERS t. E. McROBjERTS, Lancasl.r, Ky. I 'raiEjEisrsxrBAsrOB Gaines man" t The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 3, 1919. I :r 'r STOP! mm LOOK! of PLAN OF GRAZING FOR GOATS LISTEN! Give Vegetation Opportunity to Grow by Dividing Range on Which Animals Forage. (Prepared by the United states Department of Agriculture.) The production of more mohair and ment can be obtained In raising coats nn the range by following a plnn trf grazing which will give I lie vegetation n chance to grow sufficiently to maintain Itself. Most goiSt ranges nro used throughout the year. This and the general practice of driving the gnats cut from n corral nt the ranch headquarters nnd back every day for months or throughout the year have lieen largely responsible for deterioration of the range. An excellent method of giving the forage) a proper opportunity for growth Is to divide the range Into three arena ono for fprlng. another for summer nnd fall, ami n third for winter. The numlKT nnd distribution of the goats on these divisions should be such Wo nrc equipped with machinery to do nil kinds AUTOMOBILE AND GAS! ENGINE REPAIRING On nil makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with n new battery or repair your old one. battery charger Wo have installed and arc now ready for battery chnrging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At nny time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or nny other kind of machinery, cnll us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. Wo handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage thnn nny other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction M -- ji Sold "With a Guarantee It's in every can! And it's by no means "a scrap of paper." For it means just what it says and you've only to take it to your dealer to prove it. Here's what you'll find: "Dealers are authorized to refund your money It for any reason you are not satisfied with this can of City Club. We guarantee City Club absolutely." lts guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. A Flock of Angora Goats on a Texas HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. Ranch. ns to secure proper and uniform utlll' zatlou of the forage. The divisions should be protected from grazing el' cept during the seasons determined Optimistic Thought. Optimistic Thought uion. On successive parts erf the sum' The greatness of a state does not de- mer nnd full range grazing tImiuM be Station Is no criterion of wisdom; Diogenes lived In a tub ; Seneca In a pend upon the number of Its square deferred until after seed maturity of the palace. miles. forage plants so as to Insure proper revcgetutlon. On winter range the for Sky Went Along. age close to the sheds should be re To Polish Mahogany. A woman leulng a liomc where served for stormy periods only. r--- .l !r.r-- (t oW t tli flnet thine the had been very happy, and. as he Tho old practice of betiding the gnats fur rpp't'ie oM mahogany, ns It hard-T- . boarded the train which was to take mi the same bed ground every night nn-preserve. tn( wood. Pour the her awny, the tear came fat. Her In the year prevents proper managerl' on In n pad of anff flannel nnJ little' son, nnxlous to comfort her, ment of the raugo and results In over rn'. thn wood well, if tiHTo are anj tried the effect of n cheering discov- grazing. In uneven utilization of the ' in flip wood the oil will fill ery he hail Jtit timde. "Why, mother." forage ond general depreciation of the th- .- nnd harden. Wipe off the he exclaimed, "the sky Is going right range. This In turn bus a bad effect nil and nolMi villi i dry, along with u." Other on the condition of goats and the pronif cloth. A little vinegar riT led to people need to make the same dis- duction of meat nnd mohair. The use tile nil will make n bright, cleun, dry covery. No matter what we leave be of many bed grounds widely dlstrlbut finish. hind, the best coei with us. eu over tho range aids materially In Improving the quality and quantity of the forage, reducing the trailing nnd driving of the gnats, and securing bet' ter growth of goats nnd mohair. The Ideal system Is to bed the goats wherever night overtakes them, nnd It Is Draw A this system, called the "beddlng-ou- f system, that growers of goats are urged to adopt whatever practicable. for the money you ore and system cannot be Tho bedding-oa- t nottfhow much more resstrictly adhered to during kidding, during period of Morray winter weather, pectfully your creditors renor Just after shearing; but Its use at gard you. They like to do other times Is practicable and It has many advantages. business with a man who Ilaugu to bo suitable for goats should has an account at the posfce&s a mixture of browse, grasses. and weeds, be free from continued Garrard Bank & Trust Co heavy rains and snows, and be well hupplled with beil grounds and waterThey know he is doing business in a business like way. Iletter ing places, Drowse furnishes most of open such an account even it your affairs are not large. 'Hiey the range feed for goats throughout will grow all right. the year, so that It should be ubtmdant. tlrass anil weeds are necessary for & Uix s and kids during the spring and summer, and are of considerable value at all times to give variety to the fur-age. Plenty of fret-- palatable feed has a marked honetlclul effect on mohair production, growth of the gouts, and tin proportion of kid raided. It nlo reJUST RECEIVED A CAR OF Thereduce the proportion of fore, Instead of overstocking n rumee with inferior gouts, the producer thould stock It with the number of high-grad- e goats which It can conservatively curry. Tho mngo goat should bo the large, well-buil- t, eutly maturing Augoru, producing u lurgo quantity of line mohulr. Tho body und chest should be relative ly broud and deep, tho back wide und straight, thu thighs full, tho ribs well sprung, and the legs short, strong, und set wldo upurt. Such Angirrus make poKiltiU u substantial rvvtuuu from two sources mohair und meat. Tho does should be uniform, of good size, have good constitutions, bo good producers vt mohulr, and should produce tulllclent milk to Insure proper growth of their kids. The bucks should more nearly upproxlmate the Ideal Tobacco sticks aro awfully scarce this year, and than the docs. They hhould be large and vigorous and should produce a thoso who wait, are going to find it next to impossible large quantity of mohair. to secure them at all. If you expect to need them, Only thoso wethers which produce a very large quantity of floe mohair you had better get YOURS NOW. should be retained In the herd after they are two years old. This is the only car we have bought, and wo That's how we sell City Club. And we couldn't be so positive about It If wc didn't know that City Club would measure up, in every way to every smoker's desire. Your money back If it doesn't please you. Put that in your pipe and smoke itl Your Dealer Has It 1 5c World's Urgent Need. It Into the heiirt of the average man iu to shape bis life that the state shall be worth saving, and only on thoe terms. We new! civic righteous. new. Theodore IlonscvclL, juts The state will be saved If the Lord CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. JA BANK. ' to OF' LANCASTER Check Our War With Spain. On the ISth of April. the fntted States sennte nnd the hone of repre sentatives declared jointly that the Cubans "are nnd of a right ought t" be free nnd Independent" and empowered President McKlnley to ue the land nixl naval forces of the I'nlted States to their ntimwt rapacity to carry the resolution Into effect. This resolution constituted our declaration of war ngalnut Spnln. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 1 W, Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON II. F. Hudson, "KOLL OF HONOR.' J. President. J. Walker, V. Pres. W. F. Champ, Cashier, W. O. Itlgney, Asst. Cncliler. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Freak Tree. - that In Kentucky there tree bearing euch year n crop of oauts and n crop of mulhcrrle-- and We are told s The Garrarc Bank Trust Company tin I curious phenomenon Is accounted for by the supposition Hint n mulberry d fell where n walnut lay In the Ifn.und. and the young Ihoots en me up lde by sldo and united their forces Into ntn solid trunk. This supposition iwiiw feasible from the fact that the bark of the tree Is on one side that of walnut and on tho other Hint of the mulberry. 1 ' TOBACCO STICKS l fit $11. per Thousand Insects Preserved In Amber. In n collection of red amber psVsent- nl to the IlrltUh museum. Prof. T. I). Cockerell has rcyignlicd an ustonlsh-- 1 ing variety 01 insect lorm-.- unu uu Iecrbcd not less thnn 31 new (.pecles, of whlfh live nro types of new genera. Host of tlicni were found In n single block little lurger than u man's fist. slices, In Which was cut Into hnlf-liicevery one of which the Insects aro densely crowded. The nmher Is clay beds of llurmn, though pet haps washed from still older depos its, nnd nearly every large order of In- nets Is represented, the family of anw being n notable exception. or if you arc sufferlnr IT youf system has become B"1! ,.sl"!" Fever" vou need AcU Iron Mineral to build rich, red blood. Physicians preicnos Acid Iroa Miners! becauit It is natural liquid Iron, and.will not Injurs the teeth or cauw III effects. Ills the moit powerful Iron tonic known ind comes to you luit as it is preparedly nature in the wonderful deposits of Miiiiisirtl. ,M .n!th prepared tablets. L? n.0,.n'u,e.A Aik lor Acid Iron Mineral and da not accent a subititutt. All drug stores or seat direct by ' hly FERRODINK CHEMICAL CORP., Roanoki, VmaiNIA For Sal, by all Druggists. Whi-Usal- s Cumberland Croc.ry Co., Junction City, Ky., Distributor.. ,;?rh(-Hame- 1 chaining process r " Safe Investments 4hyb to 7 irito hr 0 YlcMlns from lm hmtMtt Uit ft CO. KY, By these simple operations anvone can anolv beautiful tir.Jinn.f frrit over old solt wood or previously finished floors, doors, woodwork and furniture. Washable: heclproof; looks and wears like real hardwood finish. Costsahout 3 cents per square foot. Directions on each can. Learn to grain la 5 minutes at will probably be unable to secure nnothen,one like it. THE CHI-NA- A. H. BASTIN & CO. Most Popular Hog. The botcher hog, welching betweec 200 and 250 pounds is the most popu lar with the packing companies because It furnishes everything that if desirable In meat, and consequently will command a higher price. JAMES C. WILSON 211 S. FIN St . cam yo tn iMjirtJ th. banc. tU li wvk. m. mmcm lor .Biltttrt TMC ctlaii OHIO EX STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY ,u.i;tr-6.U1U burtil a.d lo. ..nrdiks Oli.tM Uil tr our Mem pfUMU. ti.ill.ttcd ,piljr, VasNISH COUetNT. CUVtUNO, O. I lot UlltVIUE. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. t4 l' t4 ..... , The Central Record. Lancaster, to tpSss?sVs9s9avsVysla99eatav FV Ky Thursday July 3, 1919 ! CARDS, Exclusive OLDHAM'S VICTORY L i SEEMS CERTAIN RE8S OF STATE PRAISES YOUNO WINCHESTER CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. TAUGHT VALUABLE HABITS OFTHRIFT EDUCATORS REALIZE THAT PRACTICAL SAVING IS OF REAL IMPORTANCE. CHANDLER SfX $(79 5 J. J. Byrne Optometrist. .Office Hour, DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. OoDotito Gilcher Hotel. 8 la 12 nd 1 Sa to S p.m. BUILD EARLY CHARACTER Importance of Saving and Value of War Savlnga Stamp, Part of Education Ncwadays. M. S. HATFIELD Phones Office over The Garrard Bnl 76. Office 5. Reiidence KENTUCKY LANCASTER. DENTIST Many thouint of real vnlue were developed at the recent Wisconsin Stale War Harlnga Conference at Milwaukee and thrae thoughta should prove of value to War Savings workers everywhere. 3 II. I'uellcher, State Director of FUNERAL DIRECTOR War Ravlmca for Wisconsin, among Thnt It. tr Itlilhnm'a raiiillilj.ey fur other thlnga, said: "The fundamental Ol!W Over National Hank. tlic Democratic nondiintloii fur l.l.ii-tetiapurpose of the'War Savlnga movement Residence I'hone 3. Oilier Phone 21 tioteranr bus been fmoruhly aa far as the ctilld la concerned la to -l cum-.nli.I lienno doubt. Ill LANCASTER. KV. Inculcate Into Ita very life's blood the In n tins ticiii thought of wise earning and wise spirit unit u la spending. It la not Intended that the ivln. Hi. friends hale formi-- mi It. money used by children for the purC. OMIiniii Club to further Ids Inter-rqlpose of War Savings and Thrift rjr Stamps should bo the result of a gift The state tiri" lulnllil.uy. favorably Uniii lil, from parents and others. Money wise"Col. Illilhani la one of tin most ly earned and wisely spent Improves In tin State. nrtlte )nung Dcmoi-rat- s tho Individual mentally, morally and Kentucky During muiiy rinnialKiiH lie Inn n physically." iPaint. Lick. P. F Neverman, eiecutlve secrenujs hii ii In the iiT)' lie.it nf ttie nmlet In the liileret nf the iemu tary, touched on patriotism and thrift It In our idlcy to by saying that, "while we were at war rr.illi' nnuiliiee. refrain frum iiuumlltliig ourmlie In It waa easy to be enthusiastically paWar-timpatriotism, while primary elections, but It Is our nr-p- triotic. VETERINARIAN. tn ufiiiort Col. Olilhnm through-tu- t splendid, did not hare the staying Day or Promptly Amwered thla campaign, believing th.it tills qualities so necessary for the finishing tunly young lvmoerut. If ilven, of the lob ami rapidly declined and In NIlM- - I'hon. 317. places disappeared altogether after will fulllll eiery pledge In his plut-forKENTUCKY. ANCASTLR. ami scrie tin- - constituent- udu November 11, 1918. It Is the peacetime patriotism which dellveVs withiMlly l'l'iinx nit tiiiimr uml creillt. "Oldhum la a )o""S man of ster- out martial music that wo must and ling in.illllea anil "III ilo Id iluty us will finish the Job. We are called to We would like to lay the foundation for the payment of a public sen ant. mv him eieclisl In till orilce fur ve the tremendous obllgationa Incurred hellele that he will serve the p uMle by our government during the period Fine Cut Flowers. of the atate In u way Unit u II) uue of strife. We must so Inculcate In the those now In mi regret fur liming g'.ien tilm this coming generation, school, life Idea of thrift, that they will John M. honor.- "- lining Enquirer. "The Journal nf Uihor nin not fall meet the obligations of their time. Beti upHirt n nun who openly de- tween these two sta nils the community ft B. We uk and Industrial savlnga society to reclare for audi principle. Is vital mi faior.s of Mr. Oldham, liut wl!i he inforce the work of both, It for lioiernnr. lie to the success of the movement that Mere n cindld.-ttjj la a clejn, hmie-- t uml utile oung societies be organized In every lodge, . KENTUCKY. man, lnij a rcniurk.ihle factory, store, office, club and school STANFORD, In the state." mmpalgu. At he J)s, 'He has lil Thomas W. noyce, educational diGIVE ME A TRIAL. ir hands In Ids own iMxkets tint the rector for Wisconsin, discussed "OpThere I. no iiietliii liut that portunity," He showed clearly the Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mr Otilhuin will riM'ele the oleji of need of thrift education by quoting I... mi,. irnera of Kentucky, llere'a figures demonstrating that out of ev,ii you, nlilliam: we tutletu that our ery one hundred men who died, three it W. A. WHEELER rlnr'plea will not only mnke yon leave an estate of $10,000 or over; (iiiwruor, hut eurry ou to the fifteen leave an estate of t;,000 to J10.-00lioernir' r!ialr." .lournul of Ijihor. DENTIST and eighty-twleave no Income "Olilhnm lull, ahnuii himself to tie producing propeity. Of two hundred - - KENTUCKY. roiiii'lentlou LANCASTER. In the tll.ch.iri;e of widows, eighteen are In comfortable Unit ile'oltetl Umn lilm, circumstances, forty-sevejj Office over Stormei Drug Store, are obliged I nil IiIiknIiiI patriotic ami uni'rliik' to work for a living ami thirty-fivare p.m. 7:30-9p.r- o. a.m. t lours i tntesrlty. He l ulme narroir, fuc- - In abaolute want, dependent upon lonul iHillrle nml hohla n publlr of. charity. He quoted facts and figures Hie far ulnne u kjihirli-i- l cunslilera showing that the tremendous IndemataaiiM.PlMMrtpay Hon. Thin brilliant nuns t'euioerut nity Imposed upon France by Germany In 1RT0 taught the French to TYPEWRITING and la oftt'rliu hla ten Ire to the peopl TELEGRAPHY lit the prime of lKurou young man- save and waa a blessing In disguise lilgli oltlre to that nation. hood Hint If elected to the he veeka the piMple wliose appreciation of hla nlilllty uml mirth have WHAT A DOLLAR IS WORTH NOW. n will Dm) In 3 pyWlUCB . SMITH, lBfgi . Ur ! placed him there upright ntlli lnt,htm lu- fultliful, able and ni War Savings Worker Shows It Will aled hy ll low for their welfare and Buy Mora In Five Years Than glory of the Stalo." The Kenthe It Will Today. tucky Kiilght. RUIT AND SHADE TREES "Col. Oldham la c progrealve Pern-ocrOne of the telling points being made STRAWBERRY PLANTS, mid progreaahe cltlaen nml n by W. It. Jackson, of Mexico, Mo., DiCLIMBING VINES, aurcensful lu)er. If nominated and rector for Audrain County, In his adelected we liellete he would gltu a dress before War Savings societies, la SEED POTATOES, progrcMUe nilmlnUlratlon and one the statement of the value of a dollar RASPBERRIES, Unit would prove rredlluhle alike to today aa compared with what It will hlnifcclf and to the party." GRAPE VINES, Interior be worth five years hence, when the Journal. present serlra of War Savlnga Stamps PERENNIALS, The Oldham Club la doing aome mature. HEDGEING eery effective work for their candi"The dollar saved today will be SHRUBS, date Independent of Ida worth more than fl.SO then," ho said. They say "The club la fortius! to make "Of course, I refer to the buying pow. ROSES, absolutely certain the ilcucned i' rr of the dollar. The conditions that ETC. of our friend anil candidate. We exist now will have disappeared by LAWN and GARDEN. KNOW Oldham ami wunt the people that time, and the normal will have of Kentucky to KNOW htm n we do. All authorities on economics FREE mutinied Catalog. In lujlng the corner Mono of hi po- agree that present prices cannot be NO ACENTS. litical Career lie kuIi), 'I helle-- e u publ- maintained and that the dollars of ic- olllror la onlv n Kervniit of the 1924 will go much farther, aa a pur' It" chasing medium, than the dollars spent IVERYTHING for ORCHARD people' uml we know lie today. LEXINGTON. KY. "History repeata Itself. The value of all staples Immediately following a war have always been extremely high, and these valuea have steadily declined aa business conditions readjust themselves." The argument la sound and the saver of War Savlnga Stamps may reasonably expect a much greater return than the Interest of four per cent, compounded quarterly, which Is assured by the government. J. A. Beazley H. J. PATRICK,, Dentlwt. f)r. Printus Walker lends itself to the presentation of claims and facts alike. We make It our purpose, in speaking of the Chandler, to deal with facts only. And tliis wc believe to be the fact, that no other automobile, built so well, built of such good materials, built in such good design, is priced within hundreds of dollars of the Chandler price. The Chandler motor is truly a great motor; There is none batter. Fifty thousand Chandler owners know it. And countless thousands of their friends and neighbors know it. Now in its seventh year of constant development, without radical change of design, it approximates perfection. The whole Chandler chassis, simple and sturdy, is dependable and enduring. And Chandler bodies, graceful in line, roomy and comfortable, luxuriously upholstered and beautifully finished, are suggestive of the best custom work. will delight you and your family. It is big and handsome, scats seven grown persons without crowding, and will take you anywhere in comfort. Tlie Chandler is fast when you want speed. It is flexible and instantly responsive iri crowded traffic. It is powerful on steep grades. The Earlier You Place Your Order, Ttte Earlier You May Have Your Car Seven-Pa- see for yourself that the Chandler is the most closely YOU canfine car in the whole American market. Printer's ink The Fact of the Matter The New Series Touring Car Honaker Auctioneer. McRoberts. J. DINWIDDIE, SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES enger Touring Car, St 795 Dispatch Car, SI 875 Convertible Coupe, S2595 Convertible Sedan, 12695 n Roadster, S179S Limousine, S3095 : All prices I. o. . Cleveland A. E. WILLIS, - DANVILLE, KY. CHANDLER MOTOR- CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO Feeding Rabbits. ltnlihlts need not only green feed but n ol!d staple menl every clay preferably of grnln but thnt l n difficulty at present: bread may be substituted, with a little bran or ontmenl. and nlwnys plenty of clean water or mill; and water. Art's Inspiration. A famnu? nrtUt, who had Cleaning an Umbrella. To clean an umbrella place a table. spoonful of sugar In n basin, pour over It half n pint of water nnd stir till dissolved. Then open the umbrella and, starting from the ferrule, sponge each gore down lo the point. Leave tht umbrella opou till dry. Crees Wonderful Canoeists. "The OJIbway, the Cree nnd the Mnntacnats are the most wonderful ?nnnemen In the world." nays S. IX Sungster, writing of "The Woods Indian" In Itnys' Life. Ther po nnd es n sixth sense In If'they say ron It' you can safely lay n bet nt odds that they will run It nnd come through dry even through water the mere gllmpo of which makes your hair stand up nnd (.ends chills chasing up nnd down your spine." ' Trouble. In the Future. Tbn pessimist Is always anticipating new varieties of trouble. One gloomster ensts his eye forward to the day when wireless telewill be no perfect that a man phony will hnve a receiver In his hat and be nuinaged by his wife all the time. Death. Death Is nothing more or less than slipping back Into your own subconsciousness, nnd so becoming greater and liner nnd more active more useful, too and with grander powera than we ever had In onr limited ImperLife Is nothing but an fect bodies. episode In our universal life. . . . Is Just a change of direction Death then, really; that's all. From "The Promise of Air," by Algernon art clasaes, NOTICE had forbidden smoking In his studio. One day, after lielng out for half an the studio sudden-(l- y hour, he I and taw one Mudent with n lighted ! cigarette in bin fingers, which he tried to conceal. Willi nn nlr of assumed playfulness the nrtlst nppronrhed the offender nnd tnld : "A strange crayon you hnve there, my friend. May I nsk what you propose to draw with that!" "Clouds I" replied the student. ' FARM for SALE I am in position to offer you privately one of the very best farms in Madison County, located 8 miles from Richmond on good pike, good new six room dwelling, new stock and tobacco barns, housing room for 25 acres tobacco and land now cultivated to fill, 90 acres corn, 30 acres meadow, about 300 acres excellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything in fine state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for January 1st, delivery. If one or two good men want to buy a farm that will make money and one that is now ready to plow, call or write, or come to see me and I will show you something worth while. fl.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons iani OD. lncoriHi ruled Hazelwood Sanatorium Tutwrculotii Maintained br the LouInlUe AiiocUtlon for the adequate treatment of tuber, ttan culoili In all iti iUti at oil. Katet $1S.C0 r week, including board, medical attention, laundry, etc High ground com. minding eiteniHevIciT. Delight, ful lurrounJIoct. Sycclil ratej for eioMI(l Iim InAtafat II kmhtt. Southern Optical Co. Manufacturer of Perfect-Fittin- GOING TO THE RHINE. For tht Trtatmtnt of SPECTACLES EYE AND GLASSES "fj In a lassie meet a laddie, going to the Rhine, Here's a lass would help ye, laddie, Savlnga Stampa I'm buytn'. Every lassie has a laddie; and I think ot mine. Rat ail tb lads tbey am tie at me when Savings Stamps I'm buyln." SHOULD HAVE OUGHT A W. S. Kryptoks Artificial Eyes U-- IuvUible Ulforal , Wtl $tlrt H tiiuUm POMlblt. I ifarfM tii b' Bizdumi C.rr. 4th 4 Chestnut Sta, LOUISVILLE, KY. Bill lived for ooe thing lust to spend. Couldn't even spare money to' lead. Savet Bill couhto'? do It, And he well, yon knew It, lie died poor and early, The Bad. A PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. ? : savins joople make a safe com. The.Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 3, 19 9 1 BIG AUCTION I FiEH 10: A. 1 . I.: The Curt Robinson Farm of 180 Acres Five miles from Lancaster, on the Lexington turnpike Wednesday, July 9th M., RAIN or SHINE This sale will last but MUSIC BY EXCELLENT 50 minutes so be on .hand promptly at hour advertised. FREE-VALUA- BAP, BLE PRESENTS AND SOUVENIRS. 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. ; TERMS VERY EASY. OWN YOUR OWN HOME! you can see what you are buying, and REMEMBER, there will be no These tracts will be sold right on the ground so at this sale. We have been in business 10 years, and we have sold land from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and never yet have we placed a in a crowd. In the past you 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. "YOUNG MAN, OWN A SPOT OF GROUND SOMEWHERE" ! Carntf gie. 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 made; will you place your money in automobiles, pianos, and wild cat stocks, or will you place it in the bosom of Old Mother Earth, an d 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. t BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO IS: by-biddi- ng by-bidd- er If 4j tjt .ft, j. jj THAT: This property is being. subdivided into small tracts and will be sold so you can get any size you want. 1 . THAT: It is improved with attractive fences, etc. ry Colonial style Dwelling, large tobacco barn, abundance. of water, wind mill, silo, good ... : J - THAT: THAT: " '. :.: This is a high, healthy and most beautiful location. , . . .. 1? . , '. , " , ; . j Those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own these tracts, thre.e years from now will be crying that old song, "If I had only bought at the Robinson Sale see what it would be worth today". U: WATCH THESE TRACTS 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 g fyj i is sure to come to the wise investor. ; AUCTION SALES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9th, AT 10: 00 A. M. . MEET US AT THE GRAND Jyr'j; 4 LADIES ALWAYS WELCOME. v.. , ' h The f. United v Realty Company O. T. WALLACE, General Manager. LEJCINGTONf KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky, Thursday July 3. 1919 7$e SOU. Mr. Jas, JUtdwlck is quite 111. Mr. W. M. Duncan spent the weele THRIFT'S DPPQRTUHFTY end with h! dnughtcr, Mrs. Dlake-ma- n of Polly's Demi. Mf. and rMs. G. V. Thompian were Missouri Chief Executive Thinks thi guwts We;k.'s'ny of Mr. am! Mrs. Chance to Build Proipcrlty's Founlien Kins of DjJ'Ij ccunty. dation Never So Good. Mr. anJ Mrs. i.i e Thompson and daughter, Thelmn, sient SunJay with Mr. and Mrs. Hrynlc Deane. JGO.OO, Mowlna Ma. hint Hay ' KiVct $30.03. will not Utt long. Come a.v.! si t y urt at onca. CONN BROS, Lancaster. Mr. Will VanJcr-joo- l and family of I.cxir.Kton wer Ruette Sunday nlirht of his sister, Mrs. liny Spivey. Mr. G. W. Thompon sold to .Mr. Dillanl IiwmflelJ his farm for $3000, but he has rented the place and will remain on it another yenr. CAiNER BOURNE. SEES Coveted Kiss Uy VICTOR REDCL1FPK H"t- IC.rrrUht, . m. t,r iti w.it.rn Union.) Niwt-rl- HAIL SPELLS DISTRUCTION. ?W any HnrriM llljthe r,,T,.n nl Hie crowd Nil lil in Into uhnt had onre been n Anting rink and more Intlirly adapted to pul.llc cliil nml iH.tltlcnl It wm n liflflit and llwdy fathering". Kltliln-plcnx- nlfis llgliF", mu'Te, yhlrh Itlylhe wnTiT Total atrnng"cr In the town, nml hml Mmlled forth to take In whatever might offer In the wny of vnrh tv, ' ' It wit nearly ranrplcd In. hut there wns anltlrlcnt of nn Aliening to ill play the Intillrvt looking girl hp had ever mil Kin1 wn rnetc, Mulling, fatrirmtlnc. "KIw, tin cent." rend n tniitiuirrtiry over the lHitti, llljthe noted n dandified fellow iy hit dime nml puMMhrniich n little imippwny at Mir side, nnil the ) nuns' lady nparcntly to null upon her rintomrr. i "ll'ii more than worth the money," he aollloqulred In gleeiwime anticipation; ami m the ctntntner illnppeiircd through another eilt n id I ho rogulh face nml twinkling eje again Irecnt-ti- l where Ihi' ilniTlc pnrti-d- , Illylhe tendered n ilnllnr hill. "Keep It all," ho said, umlllns "I pn-iutthere l a reduction on n churn J Twelve pli' el-entered tho (mwigewny. to flint a M'hpI. irrvlng ni n numtir, hrninil up with folded hit of tlne .n r. Tho fair )ing slrl wan behind It. She drllhcrnti y plaml In a paper bag n iloton riio.lv 'They nr' home-made,ho told her cu'tnmer, wllh an ngcratutlnir iimn-tlof Innocence "I Inmv joti will like them." "I certainly shall." bowed I'.l ! dlnpHilnt-incu.Wilfully lil t ronrealins WeniHl rtiH.-n- n nt Inroulns ihterfuge. 'Til win ll in of it clever tho real article jet!" he told hlmwlf A a ho emerged on tho other side. s minute Inter I II) the akel a slrl hiittoiihole iNiuquet tlie name of " lady, tho "Oh, that l our heit worker'" came the reiini"e. "She l (julto a Ktranser hero, hut he ha made el er) body her friend Mla Adelaides Stnndlh." Blythe sale quite a Hart. Ilia fare rrrw sraie. lie did not linger In the rink. The purvcyoj of klur,, the mention of a name ethk-ntjfumlllnr to .him, had neeinlnsly Marteil n lino of thousht that made hlra erloua. Adelaide StandMi had only u f!nh-Id- c sllmpo of her senerom cmtomer, hut nla fare wuuehow left nil ImpriK upon her mind that un fnr from fleet-InWythe wan a sood ileal unlike the mnjority J yoatha with whom he had denlt. Some of them had nlrk-ere.ome had sot nnsry, one or two had tried to ohtntn real ktea. The rontrntt of a welMired jouns man, who trtated thiseplaoile wllh well man nered sixxl nature, ehnrmeil her. TJirre iraa quite a little history and ' aa to Adelaide. She hod come to ltoiillle, preaumnhly an helreo. That I", at her humble homo nt u town fifty mile dlitunt, nn orphan llvlns on the bounty of n relative, file had been Tlidleil by old I.eon Wardell, with whom the now lived. Arrordlns to Ida itory, one Hush Harry, n illnlHnt relative of both, dylns, had left to him the hulk of i I fortune and to Adelaide 0 fair annuity aa long aa h lived with hlra. It waa not ery nsA'eahlo for Adelaide In the lonely old houto with her crochety guardian, but ahe of pocket well provided for, had money, and It teemed pleunnnt to be free from constant work. The only thins Adelaide did not llko were the orrnidoiinl llta of u atepvon of War-ti- t II. who meditated n mulch between jirjlmioniio number of sully decorated booth tended by pretty girt iin.l smiling A great streamer nnnounriil n homo fair In progrc fur the benefit wnnhriiiid. Peddicord tKLicasvfz.: K.viL'j--u WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Almost any man will tell you aTn wTaiwsgjawxmii3sasxtnf3 AT ONCE. You have worked hard to get your tobaceo in good growing state. WHY NOT n. QAii ia A whole onjr acd much nieded lc ton his leen tausht the American people by the goiernment In the various loan r.nd thiift campaigns which have been launched within the past po year,. Tu Wa.' Cavlnss Stamp campaign hri:!l appeal especially to the salary and waRo earner, man and vjoman, girl and boy, as "an Incentive to savThe War Siv-Ing- s ins and Investment. Stamp affords the readiest means of Investment and the most frequent and largest returns In Interest. As a boy I would have hailed with delight o Invest my such an opportunity small earnings. Aa a word of business advice to the American boy and girl, I would say: out of your earnings, save something each week and make your savings earn money for you by Investing them In War Savings Stamps. D. GAUDNEH, FRKDEH1CK Governor of Missouri. that Sloan's Liniment means relief . cov r. kle, PROTECT YOUR SELF? For practically every man has used " It who has Buffered from rheumatic aches, soreness of muscles, stiffness of joints, the results of weather exposure. Women, too, by the hundreds of thousands, use it for relieving neuritis, lame backs, neuralgia, siclc headache. Clean, refreshing, soothing, economical, quickly effective. Say "Sloan's Link meat' to your druggist. Get it today. klc. PEDDICORD AND POOR RIDCE. )ois THE TREATY UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE CO., THRIFT A WAR HERITGAE Congressman Howard, In Signed State, ment, Telia of Benefits of Saving. Government recurlties afford the safest and most practical Investment In WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU. Office at Garrard Bank and Trust Co. Common Cain. Vc:tstsle Wa. Ini'uitry which hfl The route of freedom It Identified , A Jupniie-- e In reeent the dettlniea of humanity, und In made remnrhuble prosres nlth whatever part of the world It gains rears l ih.it concerned with .the exground by nml by. It will bo n com- traction of vegoinhlf wax. which is mon gnln to all iIiofo who detlre IL tomins Into grc.ittr demand on foreigu tiarkets. Kotsuth. And Then They Worked Hard. It Hikes four men to gho an ele-hacnMor oil, the dose being 111!: ience. We have known It to take liree emncn and two men to give null ixjy ci.etor oil, dose only one urjiu. Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR rVlt the world," said Representative William S. Howard, of Georgia. A War Savings Stamp Is a promlsory note for $3 if redeemed at maturity, or of the original cost of the Btanip plus accrued interest If redeemed before maturity. "It jas only after America entered tho great world conflict that the small wage earner In this country haa been afforded the opportunity of inventing in government securities', of becoming wltp thfl overnraent. That there are tnd.iv" niore than MW'0.000 holders of government securities as compared with 3,000,000 before the war, Is a fact which speaks for It self. "When you buy a War Savings Stamp you are helping the govern ment. To be able to make a loan to the government, even as small aa the sum represented by a Var Savings Stamp, Is a proof of patriotism and also a practical manifestation of that spirit of national thrift and Individual savings which has come to us aa a permanent heritage from the war. SOMtM FIGURES. Down In Washington some of those experts who are masters of figures and who have a mind attuned to sta tlstlcs, frequently dig up some queer things. One of this type haaj figured out that the total wealth of the United Then be States Is 1:00,000,000.000. figures out the new wccJtli produced annually, wbjch he terms "net Income." This gets into dlizyV figures, ton. He estimates that last year the national .wealth Increased some SIS 000,000,000, which he admits Is going faster than the normal. Another Washington official points out that one of tho best ways to conserve this national Income In wealth Is for In dividuals to buy War Stamps. Mr. I. II. Duncan has purchased a new Hup car. Mrs. I. B. Duncan spent Monday with Mrs. William Matthews. Miss Carrie I'reston is visiting her tister, Mrs. Robert Hankin of Danville. Mrs. Wilks Lakes of Lexington is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson. Rev. William Anderson will fill his regular preaching Saturday night and Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. anl Mrs. James Sanders and baby, spent Sunday with Mr. an 1 Mrs. Sam Duncan of Burgin. Mrs. Walker Burdette and children and Mrs. Gus Crochorn spent Sunday with Mrs. James Simpson. Mrs. Speed Sherrow and bright little son, Herbert,' arc visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Mrs. Ellen Hurt of this place died Friday morning. Burial tools place at Buckeye Saturday morning t 10 o'clock. Hay Mowing Machines $60.00, Rat.es, $30.00. They will not Utt ciig. 'Com and get yours at oner CONN BROS, Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Matthews, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Luke Xaylor and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Preston and family and Mrs. I. B. Duncan and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whittaker and family. " It Helps! There can be no doubt as to the merit cl Cardui, the wotrusn's tonic, in the .treatment ol manv troubles peculiar to women. Kie thousands ci women v.ho have been helped by Cardul in the past 40 years, is conclusive proof that it h a good medicine for women who suffer. It should help you, too. liieliL The inlMlon of the youns mun at the hotel una n mystery to Itosnllle, He Mould ktri'll about town for an hour In the looming and then for nnotlier hour after dark, and each time he would pnua tho Wnrdell home. Twice Adelaide came face tu fucp with hint. He lifted Ida hat mid the honed, hut he did not tcek. to tpenk wllh her, .One mornlnE Wardell announced Hint he wua going to unotner town for the day. After ho hml left, Adelaide i locked up the houto and went to cull ' uKin a slrl friend. She did not return Aa the reached until mldnfternoon. the front door. It gave nt her touch. An the entered the hall the heard foot- ttepa In one of the lower rooma. "la tonicbody there!" the called out, I and with u reatsurlng tmlle Harold lllythe ttepped Into view. She Waa ttartled apellbouud. "If you will tlve mo a few momenta, j Mlta Standlth," he mid. "I would llko to expluln my preaence here. My mis- alon la thla," und he drew-- from hi locket a largo envelope. "I have net-e- d at the Institution of your dead old lawyer, who had reason to believe that your guardian had the truth aa to the exlule. It la all yours, and here are the docu merits, hidden by Leon Wardell, that prove It." They let Wardell off lljhtly hecnuto he waa a relative of Adelaide, and further because, mutuul love mellowing their natures. It waa natural, that the happy lovcVa ahould feel Indulgent ond forgiving after real kltiea had tuo ceeded the candy one. will be sold in Lancaster and Garrard County exclusively by - HOW MONEY GROWS. An Interesting display made recent ly In a St. Louis Hack window showed sixteen quarters, a dime and two pen nies under the legend "Today," wMte an arrow pointed from this money to another legend, "New year's Day, 1934." with exactly sixteen quarters, a dlnio and two cents, then an equal mark, followed by a War Savings Stamp and the arrow pointed to a 15 bill under tho coins on the opposite skle. This waa a graphic way of showing that 4.K In Itself would not grow at all during live years, whereas Invested In Thrift Stamps It will earn nearly another dollar. MINDS Take The Woman's Tonic OF GREAT MEN THRIFT. URGE KINNAIRD BROS. Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. Economy Washlogtoj : George makes .happy bomea and sound Instil It deep. and Save, Jefferson: Thomas teach all you are Interested la to saw, and thus pave the way for moral not material ruccess. Mr. N. E. Varner, of lllxsoii, Tenn., writes: "1 was passlni; through b;c!r and the . . skit were lerr.tle, end bdescriia-bl- e. my su!Iiri I can't tell Just how and where 1 Iv.t!, cbout I all over, I tv,ic began Cardul, end cy pains grew less and less, until lias cured. I am remarkably strong for wonuqjM years ct a;e. idosUir.y Housework." Tty Cardul, today, U-- .ily ... t Tne Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. July 3 1919. ' Her Darkest Hour 'e lll'H I! 1 ' ' if By LVH JORDAN OARTI1 W.at.rn N.i 280 ACRES LINCOLN COUNTY LAND AT (CcDtuhl. Ill', br il pp.r L'nlon ) Get lilGLEYS wax-wrapped J iSlS SW wggfy HtBrSB !S wlfh WRIGLEVS upon it is a guar- qualltVt antce The largest chewing-um factories In the world the largest selling gum in the world: that is what WR1GLEVS means. SEALED TCCHT II j II' Jj 'TMr. Hllll Happiness. HJShC I Jijj. P It ! The Flavor Lasts! Goldsmith' Masterpiece. fioothe. nt the time of piilillratlon, said that The Vicar of Wakefield" was one of the best novels ever written, and called It n "prose-Idyll.- " It l certainly the musical prose of a trut poet. Julian Hill. Has Two Meanings. Troops Is used In the plural to mean the same us soldiers, and not Including In Its meanln; the number or whether Infnntry, cavalry or artillery. The word as cenerally used In the iuiihts has this meanlnc. Therefore 2.000 troops means 2.000 soldiers. In the strict cavalry ue of the word, however, a troop is the unit of formation, usually of CO troopers, commanded by a captain am! corresponding to a company of Infantry. Beauty vs. Brains. Many n hcartllni-- r li more thp re-n- it Oiwor'' th:n her of her inn1'1' ' director's hear happy now ; If we nre to be liappy, we must be happy herp; If'we nre to be happy, we rant be happy In ourselves rnil not In our condition. Krhanse. Books That Profit There are hundreds of hooks, each one of which. If real! read, really by the person to whom It happens to appeal, will enable that person niilte unconsciously to furnish himself with ammunition which he will find of use In the battle of life. If we are to be liappy, ne tmut be NOTICE ON AND AFTER July 1st 1919 I, or my deputy, will be in my office in the Court House, at Lancaster, to take the list of your Taxable property as prescribed by law. g Now being, good citizens "that you are", I ask you to please do, your duty by calling as early as you can, and avoid the rush, so you can get in, within the time prescribed by the law, for listing your property. Very Respectfully, Law-abidin- . A. T. SCOTT . County Tax Commissioner of Garrard County. "Whatever Is the colonel up tot" "Why, lie's nrllng like some nmrt man I" Two men strolllns near to th" house where Col. Illalr Worthlncton linil Mvel for over fifty Ji'iir-- . hnlted nknne to view n sensational demonstration on the part of their fellow townsman. UverjlMnty knew the colonel rnd liked him. He was nn Iras. elMr old tjn, whimsical nnd autocrat-le- ; but In his more prosperous dujs he had been generous to n fault. Ills daughter Mabel was the Idol of the community nnd his townsmen were proud of n family whose ancestry ran bark, two centuries. With his gold headed cane the colonel was battering away at n treek I'lmn It wns tacked some Kind of n document. He tore It to ribbons with his swNhlng blows, he shook his leonine head In wild excitement nnd clashed Into the house. "I know!" abruptly spoke one of the onlookers. I'll wager the poster was Von know-tha- t a notice of foreclosure. has liceti threatened for some time. Ton bad! A fine old gentleman, mid his daughter Is about ns near to nn nngel as you find them. What's Hint!" It was Uie sharp, startling echo of n shot within tin1 house. The two inen ruheil thither, to tlnd the colonel lying pnistrnte In the lower ball, lie-ld-e lilm was an musket, colonel, goaded to InThe sane rag- - by the threat of expulsion from h!s house, hail probably rulnil upstairs to secure the mentis of guarding ngnlnst Invasion. The firearm had accidentally exploded, the shock s had sent lilm headlong. Within n It became known that the colonel bad Miffereil a brain omnilon that bail robbed bin of his rtnou. He was ruhel to n sanitarium nnd his daughter, who wns vlltlng a friend, wns sent for. g It was n sail for Mabel Worthlngton. A knowledge of the loss of their last piece of property was as nothing to her beside the ftirelorn s condition of her father. After n Mhbel aroused to rearrange the tangled threads of her broken life. g There wns no hope of saving from the wreck. A Just claim entered the old mansion and all It contained. The holder of the mortgage had been unusually patient and Indulgent. His death had necessitated the settlement of the estate and the Mabel had resulted, foreclosure learned that a young physician, one Morton Pale, had been left the place by legacy. A friend of Mabel, n Mrs. Kxmore, a widow, had Insisted that Mabel should make her home with her until she could rearrange her disordered Ihlnc plans. "That won't take long." said Mabel, sadly. "My duty Is plain. I shall find a position somewhere, rent a small house nnd make a new home for faIlls' rare shall be my one ther. thought In life now. As to the old home, I shall make no claim." "Dr. Morton Palo" that was the name on a card brought to Mabel by Mrs. Kxuiore'a maid a few days later. the wondered what purpose Sl(e stranger could have In visiting her, Mubel entered the parlor, to find n courteous, joung man, pleasant-faced- , subdued nnd respectful In his manner towards her. "I have come to explain to you. Miss Worthlngton," he said, "that I understood nothing of the condition of the property my uncle left me until I came here. My uncle was an friend of your father's nnd I am sure ncter Intended that the borrowed money should bring lilm uny hardship. I truly sympathize with you. I shall not occupy the house, nnd I wlh you would continue to make It your home." "Oh. I could not think of that I" dissented Mabel. "Then nt least take charge of the furniture; that Is certainly rightfully your own. Miss Worthlngton, I have been summoned In consultation over your father's case at the sanitarium. I do not wish to encourage false hopes, but I believe that an operation will restore his reason." Mabel would not hear of returning to the old home or of accepting nny of Its contents, She remained with Mrs. Kxmore, but there Doctor Dale called frequently to report the progress of the Invulld under hla charge. One day he appeared with suppressed animation In Ills fare, "Miss Worthlngton." he sold, "the operation has succeeded, and your father Is restored to reason. My medical however, agree with me that It Is absolutely necessary that he never know of the for.cloiure. All Hint and his accident Is n blank to lilm, and must remain so, els there may be u recurrence of his trouble. I have provided against It n far as possible. I am satisfied thut If my uncle hud Unit he would hate canceled the mortgage on your home. It Is there that your father must return. I shall convey the place to him. and In doing so feel that I am simply doing my duty," In vain, Mabel remonstrated, but her Joy and anxiety over her father's recovery Influenced her to blindly follow the dictates of this determined lover, for such Morton Data had become, and little later both went hand In hand to the presence of the restored father to ask his blwtalng on their union. AUCTION WEDNESDAY, JULY 16th 10 O'CLOCK. will tell to the highest bidder the first class nnd highly productive farm of S. B. Sander and W. S. Carrier, on the Rush Branch pike, near Hubble, S miles from Stanford, 6 miles from Lancaster, 7 miles from Danville. The best location "ever. Accessible to three markets. Farmers in this neighborhood always get a better price for stock and farm products by reason of the competition of buyer from three county seats. Make inquiry of these farm-- 1 er and you will find thi i true. The land is very fertile, level and rolling, long frontage on pike. Will be subdivided and "SOLD" in several tracts from 25 to 100 acres in each tract. Look it over before day of sale and we will "bunch" two or more tracts if you want to buy it that way. Main dwelling, 5 room, porches, etc, one 3 room tenant house, one 5 room tenant house, 2 stock barns, 3 new tobacco barn. I 35 acres in corn, 20 acres in tobacco, 40 acres in wheat stubble, 10 acres rye and grass, 110 acres Blue Grass. 20 acres orchard grass and clover, Everlasting water. See this farm before you buy. In the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky. Close to school and churches. Most centrally located. Sale made to dissolve partnership. What is the use of further description? "My goods are on the counter". Look them over. Attend this sale and get one of the bargain in land. This will be a money maker for some one. Possession January 1, 1920. Easy Terms. SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Look up the advertisement of my auction tale on July 15th, July 21 it, July 22nd and July 23rd. THORNHILL WAGONS Made In the Heart of the Hardwood Region ami lime spreader occupied the time of many wagon makers. Hut Thorn-hi- ll stuck to the wagon and to the farmer traJe. Over rough mountain roads, through swamps at logging camps, these wagons did duty daily. Thus the fame of the Thornliill spread, and the demand grew steadily greater. DURING the past ten years the automobile, Tough Highland Hickory Their plant is located in the very shadow of mighty forests of mountain hickory. The ground is hard the climate severe. The wood lias to fight for life. So it grows sturdy and strong-close-g- rained no man can make. Hut much is due to their modern labor-savin- g plant. .Materials statt at one end oi the plant and come out a finished wagon at the other. Each man docs but a single task, and he docs that task to perfection. Some av their Incntinn m t!i f .t. V III k 17. harduood region is the reason why they can build such a wagon. f And this is partly true. Tor good, tough oak and hickory are things wear-proo- A Clan of and tough well nigh unbreakable. has nearly twice the strength of hickory that grows in softer ground, which is usually brittle-bras- h. The white oak, growing under similar conditions, develops a similar toughness. The oak and hickory are dried outdoors under shelter and kept there from three to five years so piled fhat the air can circulate freely. The It sap dries in it. Hut to the men are due many of the Thorn-lu- ll g features. Years ago they attracted to their plant the masters of wagon building. They asked these men for and the men who made them received their just reward. Together they worked out more improvement than had ever been made in the twenty years that went before. Let us show you a ThornhiU and demonstrate tne value gf ThornhiU construction, tmu) Muter Builder W. J. ROMANS. LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 3 1919. FOR SALE Ono Team of young mule, Two Kood ilrivtnir mares, SINOLH COMil A few 11 n OWN LKOIIOKN licrt 1 Interested in Film Production to Be Made at Methodist Celebration at Columbus, O. T .issssssssssW pi nnj tooiters. I.IUEItTY HOmS AC. CKI'TKIl, Accomplishing "the impossible" in a cigarette! t, uox ERLE C. FARKA ijincnucr, iy, iWMIHMMMMMIMMMI ANGUS- - It is years back since smokers have heard of any NEW quality in a cigarette. But here, at last, is a cigarette that does what smokers would never have believed a cigarette could do. Here's a cigarette that satisfies Chesterfields. 1AND FSTOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen An- gus Cattle for sale any time .either sex liny ntfe. Also regis tered Pulnml Cliinn Hotls, Big type Chesterfields touch the "smoke-spot- " Chesterfields let you know you're smoking. Chesterfields and Chesterfields only SATISFY I A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Lnncnstcr, Ky I aaec formula for this blend is the manufacturer's secret. Unlike a patent, it cannot be copied or even closely imitated. Light up a Chesterfield, some time today, and see how promptly your smoke-sens- e will put the O K. on ''satisfy." D. W. GRIFFITH. It's all in the blend a blend of the finest selections of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. And the Dr. JJ.Wcta Chiropodist In '- ' DR. JAMES E. CROWTHER AND FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. DANVILLE Gilchcr Hotel every Tuesday and Friday. RICHMOND Oldham Building, Thursday's only. STANFORD Saturday only. S The nipnort of the' motion picture by U. W (iilf-ftth- , world as w ell ' nown Mm producer, was assured the Methodist Centenary eels' ration at a conference In Columbus, e!tratlon being repieenled by tlr F ':ail Tajlor of Now York". Dr. J K, Crowther of Seattle. l)r Kred Pinner of New York and Dr. C. F. Itel ner of New Ycrk. Mr RrllUiIi. In addition to promising to irale a Blm of ol! Important feat ires of the Centenary Celebra-tlun- , strongly urged the uio of mction rlctures In the adrancrment of religious vork. llo spoke strongly of the possibilities of the motion pictures under proper supervision being made to carry a religious message further than any known form of communication Dr, S. Carl Tajlor, director general ef tho Centenary Celebration, made the statement that "we want pictures that talk the universal language I belloe the message of peace and good will should be preached to the world through pictures." "I am glad to know they aro going I to give motion picture a practical demonstration at the Centenary Celebration," said Mr Griffith 'The celebration will give the people In towns and villages a wonderful opportunity to visit the entire world by going no further than Columbus There will be an extraordinary impression produced by teeing thete villages of China. Japan and India, not peopled by amateurish actors, but Inhabited by real natives from foreign lands "I have been astounded beyond measure at the breadth, eitent and scope of the entire scheme as it has been revealed to me by Dr. Taylor, Dr. Crowther, Dr. Itrlsner and others. 1 understand the Methodist Church has 1 140,000,000 and Is going to celc brate Its success with something more nearly resembling a world fair than anything else to which It can be compared One would think that a great nation at least Is behind the move ment. Doubtless, something greater than the greatest nation is behind It - a. reawakened Ideal and faith In spired to liin.l up the wounds of a torn and outraged world" Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos - blended a Columbus Can Well Accommodate All Who Attend Methodist Celebration, Officials Say NO Celebration CROWD which haa been proposed for the Methodist Centenary will swamp Columbus, according to Mayor George J, Karb, who has received some Inquiries from distant points regarding tho ability of the Capital City to take care of the hundreds of thousands o Methodists coming from al over the United States for the Centenary Celebration, Juno 20 to July 13. CnW His Christmas Present. An old fellow I know, nnd who has all sorts of money, sayn thnt when he was n luy living nil it farm in Pennsylvania b!l he gnt for Christum was the prlvilese nf Khnntlng a gun once nt a mark. IX W. HoweV Monthly, Amendment to Prayer. I.lltln Donald l'rost, a yearn old. says his pray era every night, nnd one evening afteh Raying hl regular prayer, finished up by saying: "Dear Kill put Mnl, plene don't let llrnther his cold feet on me.'' llxchange. rMm package t-- P freah, whatever I isJsMP bjbjsj er OneDrop flAHKS l.lnxton, Kf . ft urisen Poultry Rsmsify A! drittkln th dm. In cor., vsur TT dluthou. .hol.r. . 4 otlxr Uttl. makr.11 JhtiMi, On (lion, o( ralklm. Plt Mil, llo. A rrlca 11.J0. Mtn U Dourbon n.m.dy Co., Mayor Karb says: "Columbus has always been equal to any . We aro not going to fall tho efposltlon crowds, no matter how rrany thousand thero are. Tell them to come to Columbus town. We are ready with oren hearts and open doors Columbus can do It" James T Daniels, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, says: can easily and satisfactorily accommodate tlireo hundred thou-tsn- d Organising Secretary II. 11. DlcJson says: visitors." "Three hundred thousand my minimum estimate of attendance. Confident Columbus can tako caro of twico that number." We W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, DC 31 II Ollice Phone 18. BIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. ICZJI IE Refcidenre Phone 33. Director and 1 Ton RORD Worm Drive 1 Collection of Indian Curios at the FORD Chain Drive Ton Mcthcdijt Centenary Celebration Harry P. Kelly nERJDUC MOTOR (TRUCKS i.i i.i i 1010C,lWrA Ciitcftmull.tX Writ fur Ojr Ut if Used Truck Special S5CJO W Palm, an Indian trader of Ortou-vllle- , Minnesota Mr Palm s here Officers' Hat Cords. shown with some of bis Interesting , 1 Tilt nrd of gejierul olllren nrl relics. C"M; of all other "Ulcers, gold nnd Indian exhibitions will have a considerable place In the Celebration. Mni'k; of men In infantry, light blue; Pueblos will unconcernedly mold pot- of men In envnlry, yellow; of men In tery before throngs of curious spec- artillery, scarlet; In iiuarlerniai-te- r tators. Just as their grandfathers did enrp, huff; medical department, etirps of engineers, scarlet mid befaro tbe white man Invaded their lands. Xavayos will weave rugs and white; nrdnancf department, tilack St, Itegls make basketry-- - all actually nnil scarlet; sdgnnl corps, orange am' living In their native homes, bo they nhlte. pueblos or wigwams. Keeping Cider Sweet. To keep elder sweet place ill ench I'MTol Immediately on mnklng, mus First Come, Flrit Served, at Coliseum tard, four ounces; salt, one onnce, nnd at Methodist Centenary ground chalk, one nuee. Shako well, Or elder may be preserved sweet by At a conference of Director Central mining In airtight cun after.the manS. i:arl Taylor, Dr. Fred II. Hslior ner of preserving fruit. The liquid II. I). Dickson and other members of should lie first settled nnd racked off the Centenary Exposition staff, It was from tho dregs, but fermentation mutt pot be dsided that thero will be no seats re, citunlng allowed to commence before or It will not keep. served In tho Coliseum for "The Waypageant presentations at the farer" Methodlct Centenary Celebration, CoCin Always Rely en Qrandma. 13. lumbus, O., June Oliver wa In the lmblt of going t All scaU will be available to spechis grandma for favors, and wns nevet tators as soon as the doors of ths disappointed. Whllo playing with the Coliseum aro opened each evening. other buys of the neighborhood theli "It will be a cave cf 'first come, nrst fi nlliall ramn apart, and they thoue" I served,'" lays Mr. Dickson. Season they could new t together If they.only tickets to the exposition grounds ad- hail a piece of shoestring, Ollr mit the bearer once to the rageant came to the rescue. "I.et' go and tk Single admission grandma for a shoestring," he sug In the Coliseum, fees at the gate require an additional gested. "You can get about anything nfty cent! for the Coliseum eveotof you ask for orer at grandma's." feature. NO SEATS RESERVED ( Havs Tour Tires Retrsadcd Vulcanizing pro- -' cess of retreading-n- ot half soleand can rebuild a tire at less than half price. We use the Dry-Cur- e , T,lie undersigned hereby give warn-Vi- c to utl person, not to trespass upon lur landj for nny purpose whatever li we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law, Hunt-er- s ami fishermen especially take notice. It. L. Elkln. Mrs. Cora Phillips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mis. Sarah J. I. Hackley, Mrs. Emma HlgBinbotham, E.ld and N. D. Trice. S. C. Wcsby. D. M. Anderson. It. L. Darker II. U Kelley. J. C. Blgsby. ilOSTE 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick L. B. CONN, Propietor. Go WHAT . been pronounced the private collection of JndUn curios In America baa been tmuti to the Methodist Centenary Alteration at Columbus. 0., by It. has Walnut Street. " " " Danville, Kentucky. T " "" " rhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 3, 1919 WITH PEACE HERE From The Dregs Dy QEOROB ELMER COBB (Corrrllbt. lilt, kr ths Wsttsra Nw. i piper Ualoo.) In n prnsntc routine way John Itoss, GERMANS RELUCTANTLY AFFIX n trailed, shlrtslcevcd, devoted his SIGNATURES TO TREATY AND tlmo from daylight to dusk looking WAR OFFICIALLY ENDS. nfler Ills business In n dingy old ware.. second-hanfurnihouse stored with ture nnd general ofllce equipment. WORLD MUST BE REBUILT That wns hi especial line. All till his buildings know ltoss nnd when n truant became delinquent ns to rent nnd It vuis wns found necessary to Lessons Ltrntd by People Insures solr.e upon his possessions, Itoss wns the Bringing Into Clostr Contact ' for. He paid n smnll prlrc for the of Citntns and QovtrnmtnL ient Muff, mrted It nnny to Ms warehouse nnd nold It out later to new tenants of the buildings who were attracted Uurern-mon- t Xntt that (he new hy low prices. has accpplid thn Inevitable, and Kosn, It was n far different John has officially signed the peace, terms however, who repaired to his home tendered them hy the Allies and the when his day's work" was done. The We have prepared a stock of furniture and home furcountries associated wllh them, the same neat, natty suit he wore going to creatrst and most disastrous war that that will satisfy the most exacting work he resumed going hack to his has rter scourged the world Is ended. family, where he neier allowed the reI'or nwrly fire jears now the world a stock of furniture selected from the leading man-ufacture- rs "shop" to Intrude. motest flavor of has Ucn tonsy tuny. The thlncs that Itoss was proud of his wife, of the of this country furniture that reprewere needed yrslcrda) are. no longer prelly home she kept up so well; more required, and the products of the sents true quality. This selection awaits your choosthan all of Klftn. the daughter. cren; nnd muni r establishments Very rarely did Kllta Uslt the old ing. Come here at your earliest convenience, .and ion plant are being dlirrted to the warehouse nnd, when occasion ace inanufni Hire of Implement of select your home outfit and take advantage of our big got bejond the otlloe unThre will now needs to lx a retil one day with ti bo.iom companion, saving this month. We will give 20 per cent discount adjustment. Ontrmmrnta that hate Inez Ilruce, they reached the grimy 'hough! In billions and spent money on all floor coverings and odd pieces of furniture building to And her father absent on with a lavish hand, must needs bulnos. The bookkeeper did lint dean t think In millions and even this month. Come early as you know first pick is mur when the visitors ventured bermatlrr amounts, and must gain a new yond the office to the space devoted to always the best. perpcile storage. The presentment nmused the Viewed In th retrospect the part liveliest cnrlojdty of Inez who. In her plated l America In tho great world shallow, casual way, was Interested In was l one of the most glorious cha-'rKtich a grre.t variety of knlck-knnck- s In history The greatest nation as antique lamps, penhWdirs, fancy the world ha eter seen to rite and waste bnkets nnd unique furniture. gain predominance In worlj aSalrs Kllta, however. Infused with :t ro- wan the one In add the flnlshlog Mow mantle cense of the presentment. Here to the unpwedenled strutsle. .Vnd was an old hntlered chair that soetned In ihe da) that followed the signing to tell u story of Ions years of toll nnd of the armistice It was that same service, scratched and splintered, nnd Vc have them now in all finishes for the first fountiT. America, that led In the road her fervid Imagination pictured It oc'o world ice. cupied by some Mrugzllns business time this year. Now is your chance to get a And In tho making of this brilliant man Mho, like It, had come to the end Duofold Bed or Suite at the right price. Thh history the plain American cltlsen dlsap- of his usefulness, probably with plaed a. stejlar role The mountains Iolnted hopes and broken spirits. beautiful bed shown here is one of our many of munitions, the equipment for the Some elaborate blue prints of a mln-- 1 patterns worth $60.00. millions of soldier, the great ships Ins property torn and dusty she conthat carried the men across tho ocean. ceived were mementoes of the vision could not have hern provided had not of a sanguine promoter, whoe cher-- : fulfillthe common people of America pro--l Ished dreams never came to rld-- d the money ment. Then, stowed tiwuy In a comer was a small, oldfashlonrd desk. There Much of this money was obtained! through the sale of Liberty Ilonds and was nothing particularly .attractive the War Havings and the Thrift about It, but It centered Klltn's atten Stamps. tion. And this great volume i money has not very thing ( want," she "There Is the wasted. Hrst It brought prruianent peace to the told Inez. "It "III lit Into a corner world, and now that re&l peace Is of the music room at home and not hero, uveryVrnt thit was an Invested take up too much space. I must ask I The opportunity to purchase Karpcn Furniture will come back In those who aided father to have It fixed up ami sent I' their government, and It will come home." at special prices, is not frequent at this time, back with Interest." It arrived, resplendently e,varnlshed This war that la now happily ended when the demand for this famous line is and renovated, and was- - Indeed quite a has taught the jwople Ihe value of convenience to Ellta. Then one day greater than possible supply. Following our wvlng. They went Into the saving purely by accident the dtstovered gams as much through patriotism aa secret drawer In the desk. Inside lay custom of former years, however, wc arc offernn thing else. IJut now that ther are a manuscript. ing a few pieces of this desirable furniture as reaping the returns, and sea that bat was voluminous and bore "signs of It they did with a patriotic motUe Is n having been hnndled a good1 deal. With special and it is an exceptional opportunity for curiosity and then With' coniurolfig Inrial foundation tor future fortune. ini-nave gained a new confidence terest and then with fervor and dethe new home maker, or, for' those wishing to In their country, and they will conlight, Kllta read a story that enrapt replenish or brighten up the old home. tinue to uy the securttlea the Treassoul and mind. ury Department oilers, and will make It was palpably, according to Its title The suite illustrated, represents the best value the country many fold tuoro prosperpage, the first effort of him whose name ' ous than it would bare I en had not appeared upon It as author Arnold in a mahogany in the market today. Good dethe war Instilled the lesson that will White. signs, constructions and material combine to prove Invaluable In future rears, About the unknown, unseen author ' Kllta wove a rare glamor of mjstery make it pleasing to the eye and it will oiitlivc.a genOIAMONDS FOR THE GIRL. There was scarcely a day for a month eration. The Karpcn trademark absolutely guarIfou will enjoy a visit to our display of this beautithat she did not read und reread some I They Are Going Up In Price, but W. portion of the story. Then she started antees the purchaser a vast lot of furniture is sold ful furniture and you arc most cordially invited to 0. S. Pay Surer Returns on out to trace the source from which the today without a guarantee of any kind buyers run I the Investment. desk came. .She enlisted the come in at your convenience whether or not you wish risks in buying such furniture. Wc back the Karpcn tlon of one of the men at the ware-- 1 Diamonds, that have for eons been house. Finally she learned that the to make immediate purchase. trademark. recognised as the proper caper when dek wllh other poor belongings had a bethrothal Is to be iealed, and that come from u certain address. "At last hale been looked uponas a good obshe met the former landlady of ject In which lo Invest surplus funds, White., who told a story of strug-- ! are advancing In price. gles against poverty and disappoint-- 1 Kien In blighted Herman V. Sills Ihn mentim the part of her tenant, who at ' 81. Louis Star, the demand Is exceed-- j The newflceberg chest last, shattered In health, left for New Ing all bounds, nnd n leading Joweler Mexico and had not been beard from U.vs they may go to $1,000 n karat In sluce. A photograph of Arnold White with the chill in it for one They are constructed to be ! the near future. Hlipwed n face that thenceforward was enshrined, In Ihe memory of Kllta. She "lie that as It may," said another half the price you, paid absolutely sanitary and Jeweler, "It I going to be hard to In love with n shadow I vtaa ' economical in ice conconvince everyone of the value of diafor a refrigerator and will Sis months went by. Not to her monds as an Investment. Var popnot even' to her bosom friend. lurcnts, sumption. Protect your 111 ping the question they will always answer for the same purloci. Ilruce, did Kliru Impart her seif food, protect your health thn eorrect thing, cret. She had gone to u publisher who "Hut with the United States Ooy pose, as" they are guarantoffered to publish the hook If she with one of our new Iceernment offering War Savings Blamra would bear tho expense. This Kllta on tho terms It Is now doing, and ied to keep food perfectberg Refrigerators. Inuus.f ly able to do, although her with the (loiornmi ill's guarantee to father wondered, .why she re--1 spect this line before you ly, and very economical pay four per cent compounded quar.quired so much money. In the name I terly, many millions more- aru going lo of'Arnold White the volume went buy. with ice. Sale' Price $13.50 ho put Into these baby bonds than j forth to the m ut lil. In the sparklers." It was in 'Instantaneous success, i "Diamonds nro all right, but the The publisher was fully Informed by price fluctuates, and then when they Kllta of the true, ituthorshlp of the are offered for sale the Hhilocl: Js story and all the circumstances, and iflen In ovldcnce, while theso ns edition after edition was put forth and the profits accrued, Kllta umde a securities are as suro as iloath and taxes, which Is some sure." !eclal dciMn.lt of them at a bank, She had advertised In n broad wuy for some trace of Arnold White, hut had Labor Endorses War Savings. , received no word until a certain duy. Threo hundred delegates to the Cen- Alit that Uiiy. A she entered the tral Trades and Labor Union of St -(dike of the publisher there sat the Louis, at the regular aoml monthly meeting, Juno S, unanimously voted to tuan she had worshiped In secret Arendorse the ISIS Thrift campaign and nold, White, In iles.Ii und blood! from pledged their obscure life, health regained, but a .with tho common laborer In a mine lie had been War Havings Organlaitlon in promoting the War Having- - and Thrift cam! called by the fame his name had aciiuss oessie nay oaners, 01 KY. TEATEUSVILLE, j niter several days stay with het jon, Mrs. Mark Bogle of Marksbury. quired. Ills eje looked gratitude and Messrs Clydel Angle i Misses Juaalta Simpson and nnd paign plans. They adopted a reolu-tlo13r Jesse Long. j to this effect and will send copies devotion and love Into the shrinking Mr. T, O. Lonsr spent last week Johnson .Walkir were visitors of Thompson Sanders, Mr. nnd Mrs. rMrj. Tom Chestnut of Lexington of the timid ones of Kllta as he poured forth with Ills btother, Mr. Jesse Lone. relatives In tancaster the pmt week. James Sanders of Coy, Mrs. Mary Jiallon resolution to everr labor nriran. In St. Louis. the story of tils wanderings. vfilotJf her sUter, .Mrs. A. T. Sanders mude a business trip vjfc'u $00.00, Mowing Machines Hy Sander und daughter, Miss 1'eachle On the eve of the publication of his to Ilrodhead and Crab Orchard last Otto Simmon. $30.00. They will not lot Mue, were entertained "ut dinner" !itcelver are the closest skeletons RaUs, second book, with a sure literary fuLy Mr. and Mrs. Sam of habitual spendthrift. Oovernment ture before him and ample means, Ar- Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson spent long. Com and get yours at once. last Sunday War Savlniu Htanina will lead the way nold White wedded the beautiful girl COliN BROS, L.c.Mt.r. '.Duncan cf Huna vista. Mrs. Dave Long has returns! home Sunday with her parent, Mr. and I im S&ancial stability. who had lifted him from Uu dna. Good Furniture is a Good Investment ; nishing task NEW PROBLEMS TO SOLVE ARE MANY Happiness and contentment depend largely on the environment of your homdf. Start right by selecting your Furniture here. u Kroler Duofold Beds and Suits . July Reduction Price $45.00 The Opportunity far Ice Chest New Iceberg Refrigerator iPfr! ss L. B. SAPP FURNITURE CO. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store f DANVILLE, KY. New Gilcher Hotel Building rcnt The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 3, 1919 Company, and Is making an excellent Comic Clny of Hlchnior.il, hat salctdady. been visiting Mrs. W. II. Iluyun. Miss Sallie Klkln left for Chautau- Mrs. Kclla .rp.!d Krnr.clt who hm nui, N Y latt Friday to tpend tcv- boon ill fur m tri.l dayt, It impro- tral irontht. Whil there the will In ving struct In china painting. Miss Cleone McWhorter of Mn. A. Ilcrvey and little ion, has been the beautiful guest ofPalnl Uck, are with her parents Mr. nnd Mra. George F. Drown for n of Mr. and Mrs Harry McWhorter. A BrUI Msntion l lh Comings tad few djys. Mr. Lesley Finnell, of Trans'ylvnnla umrji iiy most wt Mt lixiroua In. Mr. J. Halph Scott, Mist Maiy I.eo and Hamilton College, wns the guest ll.illiw and Mrs. It. li Young, were of Itcv. J. It. Moorman, last Tuesday I'rof. J. W. Cook of London, spent Bursts last week of Mr. and Mrs A. nnd Wednesday. T. Scott. the week end In Lancaster. Miss Martha Bettis, who,has a good a position In Lexington, spent the week Miss Lilly Jones hat accepted Mr. and Mrs. Will Denny have boon position with the Joseph Mercantile end with her mother, Mrs. Ella Bettis Itccnt visitor In Danville, D. Gossip About People Mr. J, J. Asber. fiEwW,.Ky., hat was In Miss Amanda Anderson Illchrrlond last week to attend the been a pleotani Vlsfttoi" 6f Mlis Km ma Walker, on Stanford SJ-ft- . funeral of Mrt. Wm. Crutcher. The German Spirit. BERLIN, June 28th, (By The As sociated Press) The Deutsche Zel-tuprints the following ncrost its f front page: Mil Mr. John F. Walker of Ilillhoute, Miss., came In last week and is ming ling with old friends, all of whom arc JIIss Helen Klitabcth Sprague, of glad to shake hit hand. LoultVille, Is the guest of Mrt. V. II. .Mitt I.ucltc hns accepted n Cook. position nt the store of Mr. J. K. glad to wait Dr. Owens, of Mt. Vernon, hm Dickerson ami will be ' tern a recent guett of Miss Kathleen upon her many friends. .Valter. I!ev. F. D. I'almcter is attending MImcj Margaret Cool: and Mnry the Centenary Celebration at Columbus, Ohio, and reports n delightful Lee I.ear were recint visitors In trip. He expects to return the last Ilanvllie. of the week. MW'.cs Annie end 4.ucllle Donahue Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, retr of Danville, ha., been vlsltln; ceived a telegram from their 'son, friends, James, who has been in France for Mr. ami Mn. Ilrayficld ami little several months that he hail arrived at daughUr, Mrjry, tpent Sunday at Camp Dix July 1st. Shakcrtown. Mr and "Mrs Harry FruncK are Msea Mary end Charlie Klmore welcoming a son, who w&s hsrn Init have returned from a visit to Mrs. It. week at the Pattlc A. Clay Infirmary, IX Turley In Richmond. in Itkhmond. Numerous friend are Inter, Mm. W. T. Arnol.l, nt Uryants-vllle. . Jilts Dora llagan li visiting her "German honor today will be car ried to Hi grave In the Hall of Mir rors, In which, In the glorious year of '71, the German empire wns resur rected In ull Its former splendor. Lest we forgetl In restless labor the German people will again strive to attnin that place among the nations of the world to which it Is entitled. Then vengence for the disgrace of on Mnplc Avenue. 19191" Miss Gertrude Walllngford, always The Tagcblott says: n popular visitor here, was the guest "The Germnn people reject the during the Chautauqua, of Mis treaty which its delegates are signing Mame Stormes Dunn. today, and it does not believe for a Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Illgncy and single moment thnt It will endure. Mrs Wood Burntldc and Mr. Clarence Despite the fact that It is written on Wilder, motored to Bcren, and spent parchment, it remains n scrap of paper because it Is a Mockery of all the week end with relatives. the laws of reason and morale and Mr. Glass Carrier returned to the most disgraceful exhibit In the X. C, latt Monday after meseum of civilization." spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carrier. 'Various Alphabets. There Is quite n difference In the Judge and Mrs. Homer Ilatson arc number nf letters In the alphabet nf Louisville this the language ef 'he world. The Hng-llsexpected up from language mntnlns Cfi tetter; the week to be the guett of Judge Bat-son- 's I "rciish. the Italian. "0; the Spanfather, Mr. It. II. Batton. ish, "1; the lirrimin. 20: the Slavonic. Miss John Kvn Hilton nnd Mist IT; the Ituolim, tl: the Ultln. 22 j the Ituby Nolle Hilton, of Stanford, have Greek. 21; the Hebrew, 22; the Ara:?. and ll.e Turkbeen guests during the ChnutauquaJ bic, 2S; tbe ish, sa of their sister, Mrt. It. II. Batton. the Children . play.' Romping ptay'is good for wearing holes in their stockings at for tiiem let them romp. But put stockings on them that are "wear insured". Put them in Scold 't: Armor Plate, " Mr. and Mrs. Webb Killy and Mr. and Mrs. Kny returned Misses Mattie ahd Sallie I.utt were to their home in Kansas City last Sat in Lexington, Sunday. urday after spending several weeks Mrs. Hui-- h enteitsined a( in the city the guests of their parents. delightful n eilock dinmr n hen Mr. Kugenc Cochran returned to Kana or of Miss hstes, if Waco. sas City with them for a visit. Mr. It. W. Kennedy, of VnMosta, 'Jeurse Hardin, rl l!lcviw, Co., has been .1 recent Uitor j his Ky, a no lived here many years nga, sister. Mr. William Kainaui hat beer spending several weeks in Mitt Norma llurns Mcntgomery is the county w'th friends an i rclatiws. spending several weeks with her He made this office n call this week and was n welcome guett. mother, who hat beeij very ill- - extending congmliihtionv Mr. Jennie Walker Cotton of Mitt Anna Frank Ilrldges, of Alabama, it visiting her titter, Mr. Georgetown, nnd Miss Lacy 1 inkle, W. 0. HiRney, on Maple Avenue. of Ilardstown, have been attractive and popular guests of Miss Mnry Lee Milt Itetta Wllliamt, of Mt. Vernon Lear, 'fliey returned to their rest been the attractlveTnifit i.f Miss pective homes last Monday. athleen Walter, on Hilt Court. " Mils Helen Young, of Panama, is Mrt. J. It, Strother, ol.CampbelIs- - visiting her aunt, Mrs, Florence C, vllle. It the guest of her ton. ittv, Mr. Jesse Hattlelil, who has Just re by Grant. She was accompanied D. Strulhcr and Mrs. Strother. little Miss Nancy Young, daughter of turned 'from several months over-te- a Young, of Kansns City, duty, and Is now located at Camp Mr. Mitt Helcnn I.eltt," of iUchigan who Frank, Taylor, and two tistcn. Miss Bertha will also visit Mrs. Grant. C ity, it the guest of her cousin, Min ' llntlield and Mrt. Josic Poppewell, of ' llasclden on Itichmm.j strut. June Mr. A. X Scott, Garrard count) Itussell Springs, were guests of Dr, Cr.mmissionef. lu attended the Mitt Lavtrna flicks hat rcturnVd County Tat Commission Conference and Mrs. M. S. Ilntfkld last week. home from n pleasant two weekt visit at Frankfort lut week. Mt Scott is Miss Mary Xoel entertained Thurs- with her cousins. Miss Margaret and im.kir,:; nn idtal comm'uioncr and day nftemocn with a picture thnw Mr. Joe Jordan of Lexington. never loses an opportunity to attend jand Shop-Perfeparty In honor of iicetings tint would prove profit-ibl- ner niece, miss .nary .inner woods Hud.' in. who lias all . MI'loftrr to him as an otficin of Paint Lick. The following were Been the haim .e guest uf hvr aunt ! present: Mittet Mary Miller Woods, Miss Pattlc Long and brotner, Xevclyn Mr. William I .iT.au, In rctu-nc- d Turks, Elizabeth and Mar-th- a .vji hoi .i in Dinville. Willie , gnve n most enjoyable lawn Sallec, May Humphrey Robinson, party last I'riday evening at their , Laura Shelby, Mist Ollie Ilnydon of Danville, and country home on the Poor Iiidge j Fleecie Robini-onMitt Aldrid I'errson. of Asheville, N pike. About n hundred gucstr were Anne Lewis, Margaret Cable, .Mary (' who nae been guests of Mrt. Iia present to enjoy the hospitality of Gose and 'Gus Kobinton. Danville Holtzrlaw, have returned to Dan these popular young people, n,id a Advocate. ville. very delightful evening was spent. A few children's hats left that we ar closing out cheap. On It. K. Turley after a visit to the most beautiful events Jilt. of' Mrt. RIU Arnold Francis. her Barents, Mr. rnd Mrt. J. w hi of Hit- - summer sensor, was the aftermorij, hut Joined her husband. Major noon garden party given by Mrs. H. Comets and Stars. Turley, in Alliance, Ohio, when they F. Walter for Misi Kugenia Dunlnp Comets ore erratic neinliers of the Leist, of solar syiitrin luuvliig in orbit. Staff In honor of Miss Helena will reside. Michigan City. After several kinds luuy be clatnlfled ut Uxtil starx and Musters Courtn(. Marvin, Kny, .Ir. of ganut delicious refreshments were planets, the planets rewriting about Louisville, are and Jo'in (Irrel, of served. Tho affair will long be re. the sun, while the position of the fixed grimd-mi-theMrs W. Lucsts f ther ii'finbcrcd as mott dcl'ghtfii! by tho stars relative to other luuriil bodPrice anil auntr, Misses ' envy and many guests. ies teems ouur)lu;. Mile D'jnn. On last Sunday, Miss Klizahetli Mrt. Forrest Fitigerald nnd little Itagan entertained at u twelve o'clock Aldridge-Fulkers- on. laughter, Doffhy, who have' been dinner in honor of Misses Ituby.nnd Friendt and relatives of the conLrucsts of her parcntt, Mr. ami Mrt. Iters ie Moss's visitor, Miss Lillian tracting parties have received the on !. 11. Wilkcrton, have returned to Mattoon, Iloyle of Illinois. The nouncement of the mnrrhiee. on Wed. l.elr home In Danville. table was beautifully decorated with jnesday, June 25th, at high noon, cf Jin Vnru Hubble and daughter, hardy sweet peat. Thote present Miss Virginia Pearl Aldridge, of Dal hlattle Mac. whe l.avo bein tpcndl.ig were: Mrs. Palmeter and son, George, lot, Texas, to .Mr. Chntham Lee he school term in Lancnst r rvo Misses Ituby and Bessie Moss, Clara Master Engineer of U. S. A., eturiied to their ho.itu at ilul b' J for nnd Mnry Palmeter, Mattic Lee Cox stationed at present at San Antonio, and Miss Lillian Iloyle. on. Texas, he tummei The bride Is a former resident of this county and well remembered for her lovable traits of character. She at one time was one of our efficient Cents correspondents for tho Central Itecord for several years. Per Pound She Is n daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Aldridge of Stanford, und n Salmon lOcts One Half pound Pink niece of Mrt. Raymond Huseldcn of this city. 0 PIcklas One Quart Mp. Fulkenon, the fortunate groom ' has been in the service of the United Lemon Pie Filling lOcts. States for nearly three years, having (!) volunteered early in the war and has Cabbage and Tomaj seen Paint, Paris Green, late some of the heaviest fighting at the front. He will not be discharged to Plants, until April 1930, after which time they hope to make their .home in Missouri. Her many friends in this commun-- I Ity together with the Itecord extend , to this happy couple their best withes WE SELL FOR LESS. . i. nnui iueipeax lor .t mem a long anu joyous life together. not rot, burn or weaken the yarn). . : You'll buy Armor Plate stockings again and sgaln because Mr. and Mrt. ?dolph Joseph and Eyelets Oysters, insctvice they keep thtirshape and color, fit tnuj and "wear daughter, Doris Hose, will spjnd the stmnnch. like armor plate". And they're "perfect in weave, wear rhe nyncr has a gil-lr.ear.d wash." Fourth in Louisville, the guest of nhlcli Is finnecteil with the mouth by ('. I a short gullet; two pnlr of gills for Mrs. Joseph's mother, Mrs Take home a pair or two cl iheie excellent huic today. breathing, nn Intestine, a dark green Honcr. liver, a heart and nn Miss Bertha Walter, of Jabcz, Ky, elementary nervous a) stem, but la of Lexington minus ears, nose and eyes. It also and Mr. Wooldrigc wcro visiting Miss Walter's sister, lacks the footlike appendage that Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield, ami attended many tuolluskt possess for the reason ttiat It has uo need of an organ of Chautauqua. locomotion. Miss Nan Hornsby was the pretty and attractive guest of Miss Ruth Find the Joy In Things. Can't Step Him. Dally Thought. Carrier, during the Chautauqua lust Do not let the things thnt were A man will surmount nil obstacle There's place and nieant for every week. She returned to her hou:Q in made for your service crush out you! when he shows a natural tendency t men nllve. Shakespeare, Eminence last Monday. life with their weight. Life Is Ml' make a fool of himself. of sunshine, nnd beauty, nnd love; .Mrs Jake Miller and son, bird little What la a Mofustil7 lng and lloners bloom for yon Thomas, of Charleston, West Virginia us well ns for others. Do not stmt "Mofiissir Is n Hindoo word mean-In- c Named From Saint's Day. "the provincial or rural districts" 153-1- , to her parents. your ejex n the Jacques , On the tenth of April, are here for a visit nf life. There The Gnn-rvt.- p Mr. and Mn. X. Miller. Mr. Miller la beauty In n floor, there Cartler sailed from France with two. n opposed to the towns. delln Is the land deposited by we are small ships and 122 men to found a accompanied them here, returning to la Joy In a meal If tin- - river (lances in India at Its mouth, be) not overburdened, "ut there Is no colony In North America. In May en-- forming an extensive tract of very rich Charleston Monday morning. j we open the nrtlved In Newfoundland. Cartler Joy In mi thing nnle waters In the soil. The whole phrase refers to those A card from Mr. and Mrt. W. A. door of our hearts nnc let In the tored the Newfoundland fele day of St. Lawrence, and called I Uh. fertile districts near the mouth Spelth, ttate that they are having a sunshine end illsiwl the gloom that the gulf St. Lawrence In honor of the nf the flanges, where great quantities delightful time at St. Joseph, Mich., we have created for nurseh es. if rice are grown. patron saint of that day. ami ask that the Itecord be sent them there, for with all their frivolities dont warjt to miss the news from dear old Lancaster. . .dyed with which is made cl the h"i nd strongest yarns obtainable knit to thnpe and lize exactly and Hosiery MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS SU wm The Perfected Six Pill UKIB" SJS il M 2' j T-- . SJ. perfecting the dependable six cylinder type of car, one must take the wheel and observe X success Lexington has achieved in order to fully appreciate the l 5' i'. '. The smooth, silent starting; the quick the rhythmic flow and ebb of power, highly responsive to your wish; the emergency brake that operates with qne finger; the complete confidence and restfulness one enjoys whether taking a hill on high or inching through traffic. get-awa- y; good car Let us demonstrate this remarkably it is a sound investment. Jiil! mm r II''! " ' W'lH'.JifPJM i"r- - . JWA ' - -- Z I MEADOW COLD BUTTER Jars 60 I j 8 35cts Sander's Variety Store. J i i i MARION D. JOHNSON Lakiton Motor Company CoruMnvUU, Ind.; U S." A.' KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! ThelJCentral Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 3 1919. -- Vr GUY. WATCH POTATOES FOR n Mr. Frank Taylor of Hlattvllle was EVIDENCES OF WART visitor, of Mr. J, L. Yantis Sunday nnd daughter, Mr. John Smith Kidney troubles imri dlaiW'ar of The housewife of Holland woilld with as roon be without food llatel, spent Wednesday at Cotton-burthemaelTca They Prow slowly but European Malady Is Said to Br with out her "Ileal Dutch Drops." as she undermining- - l.ealth ataadllr, deadly certainty, until you fall a vic- quaintly cella OOM) It ED At. !trlm Mr. and Mrs. Alex Klllion arid chilMost Destructive. tim to Incuralile disease. Capeules. They restore strength Wop your troubles white there Is time. Oil measure Don't wait until little pains become bl and are responsible In a rreat of tha dren were with friends at Hynttsville To for the Slurdr, robust health Don't trine with dlaeasa. aches. avoid future sufferlnK begin treatment Capwith GOLD MKDA1. Haarlem Oil eery sules now. Take three or four day until you are entirely free from pain. n rreiratlon hs been Thla one of the nellonsl remedies of Holland for centuries In lvr the govern-me- a of the Netherlands Kranted special charter authorising Ita prepara tion ana cue. Hollanders. Do not delay, tlo to your drunlst and Insist on his supplying you with aoup HK1AI. Haarlem oil Cassules. Take, them aa directed, and If you are no satisfied with results your druralst will aladly refund your money, mok ivt the name GOLD MEDAI on pe doz and accept no other. three ansa. , Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everctte Grow nnd baby spent Sunday at Hackley with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Creech of Lancaster were visitors in this vicinity, Wednesday. Mr. Taylor Coldiron of Paint Lick was the week end guest of Mr. John Droaddus, Jr. Mrs. Bnsconi Pelphrey and daughter Nolle were visitor of Mrs. John Black, Sunday. Mr. J. L. Yantis nnd sons, George nnd Herschel, were visitors of Mrs. Milton Ward Monday. Mrs. It. II. Ward and sons, Harold and J. T, spent several days last week at Paint Lick with relatives.' Mcsdnmcs Carrie Davidson and William Sutton attended the Chnu tnuqua at Lancaster last week. Misses Anna Mae and Jean Broad' dus spent Thursday night with Mrs, Robert Clark on the Judson pike. Misses Maud and Fannie Smith have been recent guests of Misses Jennie and Bessie Barr of Hackley, Misses Mollic Barnes d Summer Specials Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Introduced Into Coal Mining Olstrktt of Pennsylvania About 1911 In. festcd- - Soil Should De Used for Other Crops. (Prepared by the Unite I Mates Depirt mtni or Acricuuure.i : otatnc Every grower of Irlh whether he handle n private patch if commercial ncrengt Is urged t watch carefully his potatoes ut ill.--glng time for evidences of potato wnrt disease, n l?ilnH"in mnhid) which Is oni of tin- - must Ocslruttltc attarklng iiotatoes. Tin- - wnrt disease wn Introduced Into 'J7 district of Pennsylvania In potatoes I brought from Ktirope ntmiit 1011. At I lh.it H'Mod of shortage several mil' of spuils for food pur linn poses vcrr Imported und il!rlt,ulil ( I wiuriy inrousiioiii I no country an hum many other Beetlona possibly have been cxpoeil tn Infection. In order tn Identify nnd quarantine nil i'.nl of Infection It Is tinH-mththat nil growers, ntm ilcnlrrs, ilWrllmtora county agent carefully lnpi't i"' crop potato- - and report nlf KUrptclmis cases. In addition to (.ending sample an mhiii as possible to their college, vlnle experiment station or to the United Hlales of agriculture, Washington D. C. If jwitnto wart becomes generally In tin-- United Sl.iliM It lui'iuis not only tnllllons of dollars of lor but ill"" n complete change In llif potato Industrr tn prevent It total destruction. I'otatn uart nlmot r fisnl mmplcli'ly ihtroj lh" spuds ursises. (Inee i'stiiMIhel In the soil nil Unit can be dm Is tn work nzaln.-- t its rpreud. The illeue will remain iilhe In the ground for a long a eight Scire, mid it Is tuioifc to plnnl !I iNitnlm- - In Infested nllhln thai period. It Is hnoun that Ihe to illsriisp bud hwn eslaMI-h.n- i; w:irt Itself In the I'ennsjlianla Idculltlei for six jenrs liefnre It was dlsttneml. The ileuirtment of nvrlculllire ha now placed n iiunnuillne pndilhltlng' shipment of uitntoes from sections of I Lena Sentence. Vlrlnr Iliiin ha on sentence of n hundred lines, tinfollowing preparation: Tuke lite and curlier In the hunk. In imp of the punt of gelatin to one f n solution chapter descriptive of Wnlprlon, there bichromate of potash. Cover the nre over fsl lines without n full stop, of broken edges with thla and press to- - England's rc.vird Is held h7 the for- tether, then place In direct sunlight elgn enlistment net, one section of word. I which reaches Its sir hundredth for a few hours. Mendlna Qrokcn i GIjss Articles, Tnnilirer. fruit if lie t:ii:tt ney, globes, etc, can he mended wl'li Jn "I. s Moralile" THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. Surplus 430,000. J. E. STORMES, Vicc-Pres- t. A. R. DENNY, resident. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier t 3. R. HARRIS, Individual Book-keepe- r. r. HUGH MOBLEY, General nnd Ellen Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. : with Miss Turner spent the week-enRose Turner on the old Danville plk Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Yater were guests Saturday night and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Alvas Turner, at Scotts fork. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tolliver Cornell and son, Thomas, rpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Royston at Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Jim'Eason and Mr. (and Mrs. M. B. Turner, motored to Danville Friday morning nnd spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. James Ward of Aberlene, Texas, arrived Monday for a visit to his brother, Mr. and M'n, Milton Ward. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Foley, Misses Mary and Linda Taylor of Hyntts ville, were visitor Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jchn Black. 1 lay Mowing Machines $50.00, Rakes $30.00. They will not last lent;. Come and get yours at once, Cnnn Hros, Lancaster, Ky Water Coolers Lawn Mowers, Coal OiPStoves That do not heat your kitchen. Cheaper than coal. it "Meats in Storage" Every working day of the year 75,000,000 pounds of meat are required to supply horns and export needs and only 10 per cent of this is exported. W. J. ROMANS. These facts must be kept in mind when considering the U. S. Bureau of Markets report that on June 1, 1919, there were 1,348,000,000 pounds of meats in cold storage. If the meat in storage was placed on the market it would only be 20 days' supply. v Misses- - Lizzie Foley nnd Ollie Mer ida attended church, at Beazley school house Sunday and were dinner gucts tt Misses Dovie and Sarah Morris. s This meat is not artificially withheld from trade channels to maintain or advance prices. Meats tn storage consist of per cent (approximate) hams, bacon, etc., in process of curing. It takes 30 to 90 days in pickle or salt to complete the process. later in the year. per cent is lard. This-is only of a pound per capita, and much of it will have to go to supply European needs. per cent is frozen bief and lamb, part of which is owned by the Government and was intended chiefly for over-sea- s ship mcnt. If this were all diverted to dometrade channels, it would be only stic 'jVi lbs. per capita a 3 days' supply. s four-fifth- M 65 10 6 per cent is frozen pork that is to be cured .Mrs. Reuben Prettier surprised her husband with a birthday dinner last Thurday, June 2Gth In celebration of his reaei'ng the 02ml milestone in life. The dinner was bcuntto.u and elegant in every detail, with every thing imaginable good to eat, nnd prepared in a way that would have tempted any nppctlte. Those present Were Mr. James I'rather, Mr. and Mrs, Clay Bronddus and two son, Mr, and Mrs. Roy I'rather and children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Prather and, baby, Mr. land Mrs. William Walker, Mr. Joe Prather and son Herbert. It was an I occasion long to be remembered by those present, and all hoping that Mr. Prather will enjoy many more happy Work of the Destructive PoUto Wirt. 19 m 100 ill From this it will be seen that "meats in storage" represent merely unfinished goods in process of curing and the working supply necessary to assure the consumer a steady flow of finished product Let us send you "a Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111. the disease lias existed, and If the Vn.i lunila sections nre the only K'lnt of Infection the Is now under iimtrol, I'otatn wart Is charaeterlzid by warty, sMigy,innlllloer'llke gnmlhs on the underground mrtlons of the phiut. Infections usually hi sin In the e)e and ntloln the size of u walnut or N'imetliiics enllre tuner urn converted Into u sHingy, warty Young warts nre tiu.1lly light ma. hronn In lolor, iillhoiigh after diny lii'glns they turn blaek, wlilfh rin!es the In be sometime ealbil "ld.uk scab." or "hlaii: wart." Mirny of the wnrt rot In tho ground before birthdays. the crop I harvested, while other! ditomposo when Ihe potuloe are, placed lu storage. Some of the ttnrts POINT LEAVELL. left on the Held nt digging Mine uniy Mr. Harvie Hignite is visiting rel remain nlivc under sullnble romllllmis for inontlis. The dleae may lontlnue atives here. In Mgetnte long after the mi(:iIo crop ha been harhi'steil, due In the sending Mr, Maori I). Reynolds cf Hamilton up of sprouts from lice Hound wnrt Ohio, Is visiting bomefolks. ami Hie development of new wart Mrs. S. A. Hammons and Mrs. Jas from tlui tender imrtlons of Ihe young M. Bell spent Sunday with Mrs. Hugh sprout , Hignite. Hvery precaution should be. exor Misses Sallie Mac Graves and UJnu cised to prevent the spread of Infechu collected tion. The wnrt Faulkner is visiting friends m.ir und destroyed by should burning. Diseased Stanford, bo fed In stock tubers should Mr and Mrs. Joe Jlammons vtaitcl without first being boiled. Soil known Infested should bo planted to their daughter, Mrs. Will Metcalf tn be crops. o'.her tear Paint Lick but .Sunday. Attempt lo control Ihe disease by Mr. and Mrs, J. II. Tatem spwit treating Infested soil with iheuiUuls Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Mil- lime failed. In Kiiropenn countries It hu been ascertained that eerlalu lard Ledford near Paint Lick. atn varielle resist lid illsenKe. .Nn Mr j. Emma James and children of Ainerleiin varielle of imtntnes lime Rowland, is pending a few days with iiim'ii it'smi nir resisiuneo 10 roi, inn .iTfi,trIin,t,itu Oils i,iitr,t tipii iir her aunt, Mrs. S. W. Thompson. tf ' ' Mr. Boyd Hammons anil little sit- I",,"'' ter, Hester, made a pleasant visit tn 0 their sister, Mrs. Altle Metcalf of DIGGING PARSNIPS BY HAND 1 Cnroe nhere if m STTlstT al mc orvomy oriver The tlmo Is at hand for taking out summer clothes that luivo been puck ed away and packing nwuy winter gar- Hit lit that are tn dn further service In another season. And this la the time, of nil time, tn go out after that frightful 'M, the moth, Unit work u mmli Inane from year tn )ear, and to kill off Insocis and eggs. All gar- tnrnt that can be washed and Ironed should bo made clean by thl process before packing, and the Ironing Is to be thoroughly done with u hot Iron. (Inrment cleaned by several Immer sions In gasoline tuny be relied upon to bo free of uplmal life, and sunlight I fatal, It U said, to tho moth, so a good ulrlug in sun and wind will bo practical fur garments that will not fiide. But the moth takes up Its nliode In closet, baseboard, door unci window cuslng. nnd all sorts of crevices; In carpets, furniture und hangings, and Is hard In dislodge, or the Insect and Its nnd doe nn harm to tho furniture, woodwork or hangings that aro washed with It, It dltie nt hate very special and thorough golnj over, us moths llnd lodgment In them, more frequently than in any other parts of the 'house. Let windows und door remain iien until Ilia odor of the gasoline ha escaHI. Puiulgntlng with sulphur Is another rcnedy that ousht' to kill the pest. A t Inset that Is Infected may bo rid of them by burning sulphur randies In It, (Jose tin door und stop up the cracks nbout It nfler the. randlet are lit. Ket three or four of them on the floor and let them burn tn the bottom. After the fumigating, nlr tho closet thoroughly. lu the meantime examine tha clothes taken from It nnd treat suspected pieces to n doso of gasoline, .... " nanlln Is - - .rv,.ir..Mi.i.i... eggs . . . . Paint L:tk. Swift & Company, U. S. A. WHlTarrnl.;;. TKC AVCRACC Mrs, Rachel Campbell and daughter Ella of Manchester, are visiting her brother and sister, Mr. Clell Tatem and Mr. Harrison Coldiron, Hay Mowing Machines $60.00, They will not last Rakes, $30.00. ling. Coma and gat yours at one. Conn Bros, Lancaster. Ky. Mr. Yirgie Reynolds who has been THIS SMmif" DClLia" fe? 65Z 0)J Witt .company! s.'JM ?""' !.".'! "w"tact 'as awe tcrivrn v easiest ews stationed fn a camp in North Carolina is discharged and at home now. He lias been with Uncle Sam for four-'ee- n months, and the boy is glad to becorre a civilian again. Hut It will make a finish of moths In Special Attention Is Important Be- - furniture and Is the most convenient remedy to use, cause If Roots Are Cut Value Chooao a clear, bright day nnd have la Lcsstntd. all the doors and windows In the rooms ,u "e treated wide open, heo that Tho digging of parsnip demands special uttentlnn. If the root are there Is no Ore or burning gas jet In cut or broken their value for market the house or name from any source. Is largely destroyed; tha entire root Take an oil ran, with a long spout th Inch In diameter or an old tea kettle, and pour a, stream to u point Attempts to dig of gasoline along all crevices where should bo secured. the roots out with a spade or to plow j the moths might bo lodged. Gasoline b aprayed over chair, couches, them out ore sure to result disastrous-- 1 ly. A trench should be dug or plowed of anywhere, else that Is difficult tn close to each aide of the row und the Ct at. Hangings should be sprayed roots pulled out by hand. Thla la , and then bung In the wind to allow the to oiow away, uoseia should about the only practical way of occur- inf them without Injury.. TiZTZ Dainty Aprons of Silk, Just why serving utternnon tea requires a silken npron Is a mystery, but that the llttlo accessory la altogether fusclaatlng nnd iiclclf il.arin to the most enchanting of hostesses I very clear. Picture a straight, knee-lengt- h nprou of white taffeta striped In Inch-v.id- o ribbon of black velvet and band-c- d and sashed with the same. Why, ita irresistible I Such a frivolity makes an unusual gift. The width of these oprons Is generous, the edges nil but meeting at the back. A pretty one for borne use can be made from an old silk frock, for, of course, any color U permissible. Brocaded Jersey Swtatar. Some of the smart new aweatera are made of a' sort of Jersey silk brocaded Into a soft pattern. These sweater are made with great sim plicity; depending ou the attractiveness, of the rubric to glvs) them charm. Nr The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. July 3 1919. UUHN WEEVIL MENACE TO JO Can GRAIN SHIPPERS U 1 U A BP BO AT U ft fl k Use Only Precautionary Measures In Elevators. I Family Tree Bf OENKVIEVE ULMAR THE Nwi. HEART OF MaN A'm Should D to Destroy Insects Be-fere Grain It Shipped Estimated Lou of 10 Per Cent In Southern State. j SALE Of REGISTERED HERD tCajtuhl. 1,1,, pair br lh union.) Wlrn ' "Our family tree, beginning with Col. Lionel Ilnseom, who fought In Ihe Indian wars." This announcement, made with OF sweeping wave of Ihe hand toward' faded and worn framed Ink went on the wall, was the star play Mnry when she wished to Impress ncipialnlaiicei. Outside of her preixistcroui family pride and the fact that she employed love these references frequently until Jonas rennet! tn feel relmtment nnd is was simply bored. Mary In his estlinn. non was a mooel Housekeeper nnd n Breathing-World- . Rood wife. lie would ki1Ip covertly at times is s when Mary wns descanting on the and (renins of (lie Judce and going over the various ponderous rose love he had attended to on circuit. For Jonas knew the Judge. In some re Wives. spects more Intimately than did hi better half. is -to Stick cloe to brother, Ira, nnd )ou wont get into mischief," .Mary ail is vised Jonas ns be and the Judge start il for the city one morning. Itoth lind some bulness to trunnt there nnd would be absent for several days, They put up at 11 Miinll hotel and the t Judge set about seeking entertainment, burr) lug through his business and visiting theuters, dining expensively and chumming It Willi lawyer friends, Jli't for the sake of companionship Jonas stayed up until midnight. The Juue did not utrlve, however, and Jonas went to bed. When he nwoke In the morning he was amared to find that the Judge had not put In an and Jonas was so anxious j and perturbed that he could not eat i.i iireairnst. uB wns thinking of going to the police and reporting the absince of his friend and relative win 11 the judgo arrived, and at n copy-glance Jorins discerned that something It Is ohtliius that the grain dealer' was the matter with him. Ho looked 10 Intrrcts are Identical nltli tho farm-r'- s worn nut! disturbed. In the matter of the eradication of the trouble, Iral" Inquired "What Uw weevil. Therefore, the gTaln H. H. Crow having sold his Jonss In as casual a tone as he could !'iIer should Join the fanner In farm for Immediate possession command.all "You look as if you had T.lt against the been up night." will on tlm above date at his "Pretty near," returned the Judge, PREVENT SAGGING OF GATES farm U miles from Shelby Citv, uoietuiiy. "Jonns, It must never get in Lincoln county, sell at ruc any further, but I Joined In a card game Inst night with some friends. Run Piece of Steel Wire or Cable tion his line herd of cattle: From Top of Frame Post to Tlie imllce Interfered; I've been I"ck'"' "P Opposite Corner. t'l'1 others In a dismal 1O O and Mrs. Allen Teater. of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swope Sunday. o ,.UU UtWVi; cell corridor ever since midnight. I've J.U witll A fann gate may readily he pro lost forty dollars and It cost me an Mr. Porter Parson and Misses Miss Jane Bowling and the memother hundred to get free." vented from wigging liy eitemllng up atS. S. Aleno McCulley and Thelma Simpson bers of her attractive house-part- y ward Ihe side miinlier In whlrli the Confession then led to the Judgo At tho recent conclave of the were the week end guests of Mr. and tended the dance at Crab Orchard on 3 borrowing Ave hundred dollars from Friday evening. Knights Tem Mrs. .Clarence McCulley. bis willing brother-in-lannd Jonas Grand Commandery Mrs. Florence Ballard is spending Mrs. Powell Dailey, Mr. Clelan 1 gave him n check for the amount, plar of Missouri at Moberly resoluMr. Goa-b- el which the Judge repaid when they got tions urging the Commanderies and Dailey, and Miss Dert Dailey motored the week at Crab Orchard. Ballard left last Sunday for an Inck home again. Jonas forgot the tho individual members to invest in to N'icholasville Saturday and were 2 unfortunate Incident ns far as lie War Savings Stamps were unani visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Asbie Hen-dre- n. extended stay in Kansas. At tho same time will sell tho could, though It was revived a week mously adopted..A few days before Mrs. E. II. Ballard and Miss Mayme Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Davis and Ballard were the guests of Misses the Grand Lodge I. O. 0. F. at St. lollowinfr stock nnd other per later. an ohcure corner In of n city pa Sunday Gill at sonal property: per the day after the arrest (here had I.ouis took similar action. With children, guests cf Mr. and Mrs. James Martha and Helen evening. Lancaster, two, the oldest and most power Mrs. Drew Davis, Mr. and for dinner, Friday appeared the nanus of the persons these 2 Hay Mowing Machines, $60.00, who had hen taken In charge by the ful fraternal organizations on earth Mrs. Wilbert Dailey nnd son were Rakes $30. They will not last long. ixillce. There were two John Smiths, endorsing the thrift movement, the Land. rales of V. S. S. are looking up. Farm Qate That Will Not Sag I A us ninny milium imiwns, nut one Mlsi Jessie B. Ray and brother, Coma and get yours at once.. Supported by Diagonal Wire name wns conspicuous as to the real Rolan, Miss Ethel McCulley and Mr. Conn Bros. Lancaster. 1 Brace. Ity of It "Jonas Ilwlght." How It WOLF TRAIL. Jasper Matthews were entertained at Miss Jane Bowling has as hea nappcncii was mat all observant re 1. luges the home of Mrs. James Matthews on guests this week, Misses Annie Lee nro nttnchiHl, nml running cow, porter had picked up a card that had piece of steel wire, or cahle, from tht Jlra. Andrew Stotts spent Satur Thursday night. Eubanks, of Stanford, Opal Henfallen out of the overcoat which the top of this tneinlier tn I lie opolt 1 Mr. and Mrs. aWlter Fain enter dricks, of Flemingsburg, and Chrisday night with Mrs. Moso Kny Judge had wom. The wire ,nuy, lower corner. tained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and tine Woodward of Maysville. Several-vHow the' newspaper that contained course, lie nlluclusl to the upier cor Mrs. Joe Ray and son Bernard, 2 Mrs. Mose Ray and family, Mrs. Abe ery calves,. delightful affairs have been the Item ever fell Into the hands of were tn Lancaster, Saturday. nor, hut the fastening at shown placet Burton, Mrs. Robert Vault and Mrs. given in their honor, and Miss BowlMary was n mystery, but, Hurried. the least strain on the wire hrace. Mobcrlcy Lucas Foster and children. Mr. and Mrs. Hugiiey 5 aghast, overwhelmed with Indigna .Snyder. Il.ilford, N. Y. ing has been a most charming hostess. W. Wallace tion, one day she presented the tell were visiting her parents, recently. In I'opulur Mechanics. The Bank of Bryantsville declared tale clipping to her husband with the 1 Mr. Clellaud Casey spent Saturday its remi-annudividend last week, BRYANTSVILLE shrill lemand: PLAN TO PREVENT DISEASES nirfht with Mr. and Mr. W. T. paying 5 per cent this year, to the, ; "Is tbut your 1 pony. stockholder;, and also, placed $1,500 r "It's my acknowledged name." a) Mrs. J. C. Williams has returned Farmer Should Always Use Every Pre. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCulley were to the Surplus. Jonas, on guard lu an Instant nnd deThe Bank is in quite 1 from the "Ccntcniary . vtntlve Measure and See That clining to expose her cherished broth- with Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence McCulley a splendid condition, owing to the efPrecaution Are Taken. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Marsee have re er. It was a sad confession, for nfter Sunday, ficient business qualifications of the turned from West Baden, Ind. that almost dally Mary alluded to his Hometlmeii wo cunnot prevent out Cashier, Mr. J. C. Williams. The farmers in this community are disgrace In a way that wa by no Several from here have been at lireukH of live stuck dlseines 011, our Sing. harvesting and preparing for The many friends of Mr. W. means pleasnnt But there was a done farms, hut we ran nml should always tending the Chautauqua at LanAster. King are delighted to see him again further climax. Wlun his checks were threshing. 1 use every preventive meusuro and sec Miss Mary Evelyn Owen of Irvine after spending several months in NorMr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillion en- returned with the .bank's monthly uro taken Hint proper precautions statement her eagle eye discerned the tertained n number of relatives and has been the guest of Mrs. Henry Mc folk Va., at one of the Hospitals. when the disease first makes Its up- 1 ' five hundred dollar check, Afee. friends Sunday. Mr. King was badly wounded in the tea ranee. "What dots that mean!" she de.Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Mobjrley wero Mrs. Marshall Guerrant of Louis battle of "Argonne Forest,, but has 1 manded,' all ablate with excitement. MAINTAIN WEIGHT OF HORSE guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Motel ville is the guest of Mrs. J. Hogan now been discharged from the army "The repaying of money you borrow ed 'night. and will spend several weeks at tho Ballard. your outragoous cureer In ley Friday to keep up Animals it Hard Work Should Receive .Mr. and .Mrs. Ottis Stotts and Mr. Hutchinson of Boyle home of his brother, Mr. Ben King Mrs. the cltyT You won't tell? Then the Stated Amount of Oram and im Judge slurtll" and, displto Die en Andrew Stotts wero recent visitors was the Robertend guest of Mrs. M. 0. in Boyle. week Hay Each Day.' treaties of Jouas, she left the house of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Fain. Kennedy. In a high flutter. Mr. and Mrs. John Dailcy and Farm work horses at hard labor Miss Zlllah Dawes entertained Jonas was all upset and uneasy un- - daughters were in Madison Sunday should receive from one and one-fiftill hrr return. He was pet rilled to be vMting Mr. and rMs. Robert Sowers. few friends very 'informally at dinner pounds of grnln Siitchen ono and one-thir-d tn Sunday evening. 'greeted br a kiss on either rheir. and from ono to ona and Total subscriptions for the fifth or Miss Eunice Stotts returned horn? jllary was In tears, but tones were Rev. G, S. Conant attended the Jiounds of hay, per 100 pounds of live Liberty Loan aggregated Sunday after a two weeks stay in Kentucky Educational Association in Victory full of lender contrition. weight per day, In order that their $5,249,908,300. With a quota of I "Jonas'," the said, "I've wronged Jessamine county with Mrs. Georce Louisille last week. vveight may be maintained. you, for the Judgo has told me nil. Fain. $4,600,000,000 this shows an over Mr Percy ilager has returned home 'And I'm afraid I've wronged you OF COW FEED PALATABILITY $60.00, Mowing Machlnts Hjr after spending several months in the subscription of more than $750,000,-00further by setting up my fofcs against With this generous response o.i you. The Judgo suld to come homo Rakes, $30.00. Th.y will not last service in France, the part of the people, and the steady Of Orsat Importance In Securing Beet and tell you that you are worth four long. Coma and gat yours at onca. Mix Unpalatable Feed Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Conant and stream of money that is pouring into Result CONN BROS, Lancatty, time what be Is, and ten times any ' With Those Appetising. children left Saturday for Columbus Uncle Sams coffers because of the iof the ancestors mi (but family tree. Mrs. W. T. Sebastian and little Ohio, to attend the Centenary. War Savings movement there shem'd The Real Estate Man, And, you poor, patient, honest, dear, grand-so- n Alton, Miss Minnie Prnthcr I'alatablllty 1 of srent Importance that you are, I've come to know It now Mr.' and Mrs. B. II. Halcomb and be no reasonable ground to fecr that In successful feeding. The best result spent a few days last week with Mrs. the Government at Washington and forgive me, won't joul" SALES MANAGER. Miss .ary Belle Halcomb were gueits should cease to connot be obtained with any feed which live, and the Gcrmi.n It was not In hie honest soul to Wilbeit Dailey. I Burgin Sunday, cowj conIs not well' relished by the of relatives in deny her, nd "My brother. Judge predictions that the loan would fall Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Teater and sequently any unpalatable feed to bo W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. illascom' kiid "Our Tumlly Tree" family, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Ballard and wero proven groundless, as most Gerused should be mixed with toie that Itlieueeforward played a lew conspicuCol. Geo. L. Toombs, Auct. and daughter, spent Sunday with Mr.J children cf Stanford were the guests man predictions have. ure appetlxlnf. ous part In their domestic career. (ltfrnrf.1 l.y ih UnilM Pl(, Depart-mcof Atrlcutture.) The grain sl,H.r n the Southern I stairs Imi In .ntrni! with ni- - i.rob- i m ixrullnr In Hint ulilch la 'inl Mi Vet ho enn Indirect-- !' nn liifluinn timiiril Hi erndl-catioTlie iruhlrm w,,.vll In corn. JUillf the inntKr irsts primarily ltli tlie faninT, nml lil,. M. u n liwulcr lliuu the IiI,ht. tho business of tin- - latter li linnillrapiHil. Against tin- - lnrru of lle eeils In turn the shipper can use i nly r. inntli.nnry measures uhllr the crnln la iu Mi or In transit afiiT ship-- 1 lartit. The aim should tio to destroy I the grain In shipped.! "ih-iuna ii not mine tlm weeills inny liirrras dmnii.ai.ly In hut weather.! Miu!d the car li d.lnjed In transit or, nut ! imliiaileil promptly nn it or- rnni in iiieMi'rmlnal miirkct. If the grain, vlmi Inspected at the terminal market. In found tu lu ltli u weevils or other In- fl Injurious tn ntuml grain." It will I graded sample rraile under the nf the federal grades. Corn shipped ni .n. a, Imtniire, might easily fall to sample craile bemuse irf It" Mug Infested ullh live ueetlls. A that the grain shipper mint consider Is that the corn may go Into Mi.rase en lu nrrltal at n terminal morliit. Nn terminal elevator company will put corn runtuliilag llto ie;N lulu lt him unlei Intending to treat the grain at omu In order to kill thii eell. While th- - groin dealer can destroy! tlie weevils In hli elevator it ware-- 1 hmiw, ilil. s ii( Un"t the fourio of supply nli.tli .i on the farm. ' It hai I..U1 istlniuled that neetIM raue an aierjgi- annual Inxof 10 vnt of the corn rrup lu the .Sutln-rstMt. Tll.s lorn call he Iirvvellteil, i iic lonifoi 01 neevns, ll 11 nun, I Imple It 11 dlscu.sed at length III I arnirrs Hull. tin No, Hr.--J of the fill teil Mates department of ugrlriilturc l.vcry grain dealer shinild for "My brolher Judge llancom." Whenever his wife, Mary, made till reference to her closest end mint II luslrlnus relative, Jonna Dwlght felt that comparisons were odious, but did I I nut openly demonstrate ony particular The Biggest Picture In Ten Years. The Picture that will Live Forever Featuring selpassertlteness. lr - DOROTHY PHILLIPS 5 DIRECT FROM ITS SENSATIONAL RUN IN NEW YORK CITY In this picture forms the central theme of "THE HEARTS OF HUMANITY", and, as the title implies, it the story of all the Living 'hn berdeen ngus On fr CATTLE Wednesday, the story of the love that lives in a Mother's Heart: of the love that dwells in the hearts of all Sweethearts: of the that exists in the hearts of all Husbands and It the Story of the Grand Passion which prompts Humanity do and dare for what good and right, even to the extent of sacrificing life itself. It ir Romans Opera House Monday, July, 7th. SPbENDID ORCHESTRA. JULY O'CLOCK. lh it. AFTERNOON and NIGHT Evening: 8:00 Matinee 2:15. at foot, tuws, Fraternal Societies Endorse W. two year old bulls, yearling bull, seven months calves. grade milch cows with calves. three year old Jersey milk yearling steer, grade grade heifers, pair horse mules, combined two year old filly by best son of Bohemian fancy driving mare, buggy and harness, a spring wagon, Also a lot of wagon and plow gear, farm plements, corn, clover lay, household and furniture. Oversubscribed Nearly A Billion. lr Swinebroad, IJ5.T.. rr 31 -- Jy??y',',w"il.'l!w'111 MS1 . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 3, 1919 I, BAI LING W I R E Complete stock 9 1- -2 x 15,only $1.75 per bundle. Phone us your order. Wagons ' 2 3-- 4 Complete 3 inch Complete Mowers - Wire Fence to-da- y. Old Hickory and Weber. $120.00. Weber $5.00 Higher. Our stock is going fast and can't be put back for this price. Better get yours while getting is good. , $1 15.0. Get that Mowing Machine Our price only $75.00 Delivered To1 Your Station. 40 cts. 4 foot No. 10 Top only 55 cts. 4 foot No. 9 Top, only 4 foot all No. 9, only 80 cts. Delivered to your Station. Get your order in now as prices will be HIGHER. W Friends it may soiirid like a fish tale when wesay 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. JNo chance to lose. ROOFING Galvanized 28 ga. .$5.50 Going, Higher, don't wait a Single day for you may lose'. i bC 1 CEMENT NOW IN STOCK. Only 80 cent3 fcer Nails only bag. FLOUR . PIANOS Kingston Player Piano Cant be beat and we stand READY-TO-WEA- R WHY PAY MORE Sugar Lenox Soap Best Patent Flour made, rjolly Varden only $1.50 We especially invite you to sec our Ladies and our $10.50. 5 cts Phone or write us $4.00 Keg. 'behind every one of 'em. per bag. Special during July only men's Department. Shoes, Clothing, etc. Dresses, Hats, Galv. Tubs 85c and $1.00. 'Wire Fence 40 and 55c. today. 90 lb. Red Slate only $2.75 Get our prices on Hangers, Track Guttering, etc. Hinges, Better come at once and see for yourself. Heavy Barbed Wire $5.00 Wheat Short Ground Hnrley $3.C0 $475.00, on easy terms. Liberal Discount for Cash. Everything and our per square. prices are more than right. $.25. A' WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE KEINTUCKY BEREA, KENTUCKY -- 'aBATST Clastirriri STORE.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. J, U. Metcalf,.Survyr, 2S years It Boeerft Fa4lr. experience. Blue print furnished. "Jest because a man has a fertti Phone brain Is no IndicaUon that ht can All calls answered promptly. raise a lot of hair." 185, Stanford. Ky. Ingredients, far Happlaeaa. Without strong sffectlon snd Plusabers, Pip., of heart, and gratitude to that fitters and Painters for work on high Being whose rode Is mercy Ind who class yachts and phonograph cabinet.. great attribute la lienrvolenc to all Steady work. Our shop, are sanitary, things Unit breathe, irne hspplacaa can never be attained. Dickens. light and .team-beataThe Matthaws Company, ' How Criticism Helps. Port Clinton, Ohio. Censure and criticism never hurl nitndy. If fale they can't hurt you Oldest Reef. unle you are wanting In manly char The roof of Hotel lllilnobvck In New acler; and If true they show a man Vork city Is upoil to be the nhe.t his weak points and forewarn biro slute roof In Aim rlrj, ll a l:ited In aicnlntt failure and trouble, Gladthe )rnr l"m with tnte brmulit froui stone. Wales for tills wrights, Tinsmiths, Usejthe Fhoaf lad MIve the DlfffrcBce.' I: Cent " Hyrlty. Cant Is the voluntary oer-charglCtlurnn or prolongation of a real sentiment: Erery man i('s booster, in one way The senate, no doubt, will be ten hynnerisy U the letting up pretense to or another (or himself. dering a number of reception to the n fesling yog never had. and bare no RATES on his retuntt Greetings wish for. Hsxlltt. Here's hoping you'll. soon, be a mil- president iced. Single Insertions lc lionaire, and don't forget to make us v ill be cool and refreshments word Sett of All Fertilizers. ( youfrieir. No ad Jaken for less than 20c Afler four years of devastation, 1 lellete that the best fertiliser the German cabinet seems to hars ac for any soli Is a spirit of Industry, In this column. No ads in this '.The cargo which we all like best to cented the peace terms with a great and Intelligence. Without column charged. aee unloaded from Incoming 'ships is deal of resignation, Indignation and iIiIh. time and gypsum, bones and green 5 Seven insertions for the cladiin khaki. manure, marl and guano will be of Utexasperation. ile use. Ucnry Ward Beecber. I price of five. J Who is the most popular man in the If, however, you indulged In a litPhone orders must be paid United States? Modesty, of course, tle wild insanity on your mildly sane J promptly. Those With enterprise. forbids, etc. Fourth, you have our permission to 'U The enterprising person Is the perStep lively, Woodrow! Let's merge forgive yourself. May you live to son who Is always learning and then putting that learning to use, who Is this' army of soldiers into an army of whoop 'er up at the next one! FOR SALE: About 30 barrels of making the very best of opportunity, Industry toot sweet. Bee Pendleton. good old corn. "In the spring n young man's fancy and creating all the opportunities The Irish race' is striving hard, but lightly turns to thoughts) of love." In which seem to offer themselves to molding. In other words. The County. Schools of the County it has not as yet overtaken the ans- July it turns with terror to the div his or ber parity between the small amount will open July 14th. wer to The" Irish question. . his pay check and .the' high cost of by a sane soul. Mlrs Jennie Higgins, Supt. Straw votes for the next presiden- ice cream sodas. LOST: Gold watch fob, with inltbtl tial election are now in season. How I, v Conquer Fear. IrAhe many have YOU received? While the Uiiicd"8taeaf-wa- s "L. O. H.". Finder will get reward ft l im everlasting duty, the duty lt-pwar 50,000 soldiers were killed in felng "bravo." Valor Js atlll' valh'e. if left at this office. Does (he high cost of living inter Europe. Durihgxthe rame period ii Brut duty of a man l still that The We are sailing our bats In odd fere with 'your calm peace of mind? 226,000 men, .women and (children ofsubdnlng fesr. We mnst'get rid of see, cost. Read some of the European food were killed by accident tri theVVnlted fear: we mnnot'ncl till then. A man shapes at Mrs. Comajand Rails Arnold Francis. price fit ts. ' States. MakjjSai'e.tyJFjrst" I'.our shall nd must be valiant,, ho,. miMt, th Want to make a million in march forward. Now uml aln motto. LOST: June 22nd between completeness iif bis victory over fear month? Just invent a pipe that will street and Stanford street, a getiiH, ''net up" over will determine how uHi of a man pair of gold nose glasses In black cose When you automatically fill itself, pufT itself, ' tie Is. " Return to this office. Llbersl rediscussing the proa and cjos of the ' and' stay lit ' war, Just drift out to the woodshed ward. Mlslng Tobacco.. Te Lord made man, and He made and wield a buck saw. It will add a woman, yuUJn a few cases we Know few more degrees to! your bent and FOR SALE: Two extra good regThe mlx'ni of light and dark Is n thine of tompnrn lively recent istered Aberdeen Angus bulls. IteuSy of Jte nyide, n ,devil of a botch. No, assist weary nature'ln boiling out the date. A man from, lnilon fmin.l his for service. cussednesj. no, not you I Wood Walker. pipe tobiuin wn nf.irly exhausted, so 26-2- t. l tobacco Brockdorff-RantzuPlaying golf ji line exercise, but to . ho cut up h cake of Count von is hoeing corn. One is expensive, who could not rise from his chair to and Hind.- - n mixture. He continued to I will stand ft regis NOTICEi Mend. nnd. meeting a friend tered Holsteln Bull, King Velman, of the other is profitable. You tnkc hear the peace treaty read, stood smoke the he save htm a your choice. firmly against signing it, to the loss of who win- In ilie trade, tlint tint first New Tork, this season at Hyattsville, snmtile. with the result his place in the cabinet. Ills back smoking mlMure u won before the Season $2.00 at the gate. They say the valuo of the Amer- bone, apparently, ts much stronger Boyd Ison. ' public. ican jpJijrsteadily shrinking, but legs. Ve Ml take all you can bring us at than his Girls over 16 years old tq learn Cosmetic Art Ihe tame old price. knitting. Excellent wages and exOptimistic Thought Ihe look of some of jhe womApply Acslnt stupidity the very godl en From II turn cold. It would be a cellent working conditions. ' Now don't make puns at the exwhen Hosiery Mills, Rossvllle, light in tain. sell different Richmond joihJ pnHilllon to pense of the fat woman. She'll Ga., six miles from Chattanooga, similes. of powder for hot. wurm, cool probably retort that there ,1s more to 28-2- t. Our philosopher says! Seems like and cold weiiller. They sny that they Tenn. jier than there Is to you. the more, machinery we get to euse sell .lirfiTvut sliaiUM for day nud iilghtl GOOD OPPORTUNITY to go Into wlilfc for th luullme und'bluo for? All conditions point to some per- up on elbow grease, the more money e under iirllfk'lul HgtyjJn. by not' business" in Danville. Six room Resverybody has ts spend. fectly lovely fighting down in Mex-ctor different ilegrees or Mmpeniijire as idence and Grocery Store, Residen But our governmental chief, tial section. Good business.' Our philosopher says: Folks gave wVII? However, pmhfltHy some-brigh- t apparently, can not see the point. up candles when they .found lamps genius ban aJrnidy thought tbla up and quick sale iiao. Stock, at .invoice. -M patented bis cniopUMl:iud',lt may not and ,Co brighter. Why"not;tr Hnrtflg recovered from itr'stupoii made-heme- s lw well advertised us yet. Grit." Dan,uill', Ky. general public in, Winnipeg must electricity now? the Cracks At Creation. be rejoicing in Its opportunity to busted strike Is like. Itarn what Carpenters, Joiners, WANTED Boat Builders, Cabinet Makers, Mill- puie. M V 'TLZZ Make Themselves Clothes. Among the animal tailors are Ihe tmiMitli ralerplllars. Naked ami un armed. Ibi'lr extreme vulnerability plncea ibeiu at Ihe merry of numerous enemies; but mauy fuinllles of them are remarkable for ninklng little sheutlia or ganuents for the protection of their bodies, notably the whom lliu lilies of the Oeld are not mori gorgeously srnijcd. ine otormy Kctrei. Tlie blnls known to sailor n Mother Carey's chickens, nhone l supposed to foretell a storm, are otherwUo known by the term stormy ietrel (Thalassldroma iieluglrn). The bird neeins to run In n remarkable manner along the surface of the sen. where It picks up Its food. The petrel Is a iniill bird of dusky plumage, uoctumal In huhlt.. most abundant. In the south, eru hemisphere. Tliu name Mother Carry la supposed to be n corruption, of the "Mother Cara" dear mother of Levantine sailors. Ancient Oambllng Games. It U knon that from the earliest ft'iiuun times the games of tall and teern were played Klttt dice, but Ibelr Intention haslieen attributed by Hie Grecian poets and sophists to who In 1244, B. C Joined the 'ireeks lit their expedition igulnst Troy, where, by some write, fulme-'l- Is said to have been "ffcltrhr arj nrrow frointhe bow of Paris. In toyfie Invention of dice.' said to bnvo Invented measures, scales, the discus, tliejilphsbet.and ttitt jirt of, regulating M'liTlnsls. Perfume Their Dead. Natives of Torres Strait Islands, to the north of Queensland, have some peculiar burial customs. One Is the anointing the bodies with cheap perfume, the remainder being corked In the bottle ami left o'. the grave, la some rases n cheap atone la set on thevrate and this ceremony Is usually, marked by a three-days- ' gorge on the luitt of the relatives of the departed, yams and turtle being shaken PU, doii to make room for more by lf-vrous dancing and singing. Bone Toy of small Oriental. Without Hip tinnu of n sheep, that eternal, ubiquitous pluytoy of nil the Cast, the vblblreii of Aln ftould be sbsolutely wlthiuit nn iimui'ineut liii uhrivter children play OnrponlU or Kunln. Armenians or n (ireeks nnd you will Arabs, e. the- sheep none represents every-llilt- i; from a doll to n smml, from a uba' borsetHll oriiutnented stand-tn- l to a HritMi !iiiii:ii. from a Sheep !ntr u mniue to rinirrli.--Ile- il Cmu Ir jHrLcher Happiness Easily Attained. 11iou of iu tln ever stop to reason or think "lonj protltuble Hues know thnl there tire "sermons In stones, books.ln running brooks, and good In everything" its the poet sing. We do not have to bo cither rfrh or famous; to procure hnpplnosa. If we try to keep cheerful, forget our woes and -look pleasant." our narrow sphere will tuke on a broad and pleaalpg 'aspect. Furthermore, this view will make us see lots of cchkJ ,ln tb foJU , ir'ound ul sod many Aoe 'aTtricwa in our bom aol old "homo tow."