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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 10, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919071001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 10, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 10, 1919. yeslcr-lin- SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER IS. RECORD BREAKCLOSE CALL JAIL TAX DODGERSi GREAT MYSTERY COUNTY AEROPLANE ING SALE. W. N. Brown Goes HISTORIAN. Over Ruper Refuses $1,500, Surrounds Robbery Of ARRIVES. Bank Near where two 000 Offered By Bos.Robinson Farm Brings Patterson Residence "Billy" Miller Named Aviation Headquarters ton Wool Merchant Ministers Were Last Friday AfterOver $300. an Acre. Established Here. To Succeed Mrs. HerKilled. To Escape. Recruiting Campaign Opened And All noon. ring. While not n lurgc crowil attended Central Kentucky Towns To Be Great excitement prevailed over A few weeks ngo Mrs. Fisher HerVisited. the city last Friday afternoon when it ring sent in ficr resignation to the became known that the residence of Kentucky Council of Defense ns SATURDAY TO BE A BIG DAY. Mr. nnd Mrs. (i. M. I'attcrson had County Historian for Garrard counbeen entered hy thieves nnd about ty, owing to the pressing duties of Everything will be up in the nir $1,000 in money and checks stolen. her household. around Lancaster for the next feW The robherv occurred between thv Sergennt Hilly Miller has just been weeks, ns the United States Governhnura fif fniir nml iv ttilrf v its recruiting npnolntcd nnd received his commis- ment has established I,37!8W and while the family were out for an sion last Sunday. The appointment headquarters here and from this point "It is our determined policy," Mr. auto drive, the house being unnccu- -' of Mr. Miller Is n popular one nnd all Central Kentucky towns will be ltopersnid, "that wealth sl nll not pled nt the time. with the of the people ot visited during the next few weeks. to prevent willful tux dodders Returning from tlu depot with the (inrrard county, he should nnd will Lieutenant Elmer L. Taylor, nn from going to jail. The lug and f- express and freight receipts of the secure n complete record of every aviator of experience and a perfect inancially aide must be treale I in the day in a large tin box, about four boy who enlisted from Garrard dur- gentleman beside, is in charge of the snme way n the small wilful violators o'clock in the nftcrnoon, Mr. Patter ing the European war. Hut without recruiting crew, they having arrived and heme eompromhes through son, who is our local express and I. this and assistance, little from Camp Knox last Tuesday aftermoney will be rejeited." and N ngent, deposited the box anil can he accomplished. Mr. Miller noon, and are now pleasantly camped Mr. Kopei said the government re- - contents un.ler the sofa of his parlor, wants the name of cry soldier who on the College grounds just in the fused to allow English and O Ilrien to There n,eie he thoUK),t ,t wou,, Mfc volunteered his services and a corn- - rear of the school building. pay $1.5110,000 to escape prison scnt frm ai intruders, and together withiplete list of (iarrard county's killed is n complement of eight men in the encis. t ivil prccecdmifs will be be. his family went out for a drive wounded, including those who crew, three large trucks, one a tank fun immediately by the gov eminent turning about sis thirty or two nnd n'died of disease. truck carrying gasoline for the aeroto collect the tax due from them, nnd Tin- lift uf the wounded nnd dead planes und high grade oils such us halt liours later. Upon entering the the additional penalty. home they were shocked to learn that 'were published in the Central Record used in the nviation service. Lieutenant Taylor tells us that n the houe was torn "topsy turvy" and several weeks ago and since that time an immediate investigation showed some names have been sent in of tent will be erected just in front and that the house had been entered and boys who died in the service, whov.- - near the college building where all Tues- the contents of the bux stolen. Fur - enlistment had never been recorded who nre Interested In this branch of investigation j ther showed that the ' Not a name should be omitted and the service wilt be shown, the Mnrlin 'thief had entered the lenr door, cut- ! the public nnd iveiy soldier is askid machine gun, timed to shoot through ting the screen, unhooking it, and to nid the County Historian in nuik the propeller of the ship, while makAn Aerial movie picture will ,c then breaking the glass from the ing Garrard county's record complete. ing many thousands of revolutions a minute; also the Lewis gun and its shown at the Unmans Opera lluue transom, climbed over the top and mounting; this gun being used by the next Tuesday night, under the dir - unlocked the kitchen door, this being observer in the rear lock pit; also the Miss Margaret Float, who has been ection of the recruiting officers for accomplished, the thief had access to nmunition used in these guns, photo the aviation branch of the United entire house, nnd lost no time in To- appointed the community nurse for States nrmy now stationed here. He machine guns for getting the range finding the box, which he evidently Cl'OSSeS AtUllltic Garrard cu:nly tins arrived ami hns and aim, used in training cadets. He tills is said to be n wonderful pic-- 1 Kmu' "ai been left there by Mr Pat-tur- e, engaged rooms at the Kengarlan also has on exhibit, the "L" type taken in action and shows theUrson only an hour before, hotel. camera used at an altitude of 4,000 position of the planes when in battle) ' Wood hounds were summoned from Monday night a number of to 0,000 feet, for map work or mos Lexington, but did not arrive until formation Don't miss it. Buys Nearly exhausted from the more aics. nearly ten o'clock, some six liours ritiiens of the town met at the court You will also be shown the Aero th th,'ft' owing to the oil on than four days on their dangerous home and tentatively organiied an Mr. W J. Romans is one of the latAero Club, every one present ex est purchasers of that handsome and me streets, tne nogs were unable to vojage across the Atlantic, the crew Oblique camera, for taking pictures lighter-than-aof the the first of Individual buildings, many photo's strike the trail and no arrests have pressing a desire to become n mem popular car known ns the Lexington,! been made, although we arc informed ed safely at Roosevelt Field, Mineola. that are indeed interesting, taken nt ber. The object of the organization demonstrated by Mr. M. 1). Johnson, We are glad to announce that the machine to fly across the ocean, land-Th- e various altitudes and a sample of the that one or two are under suspicion is to look after the permanent Avia who hns the exclusive agency for five Buckeye High School Consolidated huge British airship covered propeller used in all aeroplanes. and warrant for their arrest may be It is considered one of the opens its tirn Landing Held, that hns been is counties. first session the 14th of this 3,ii00 miles In 10S hours and 12 min Some one will be in this tent at tnblished here and that will mean so beat cars on the market and every made soon. all month. The prospects are bright utes through high winds and terrific times to answer nil questions Major owner is a booster for it. perimuch to the town and county. los is a heavy and but for and we arc expecting its first year to tire' . I Echols who wan here last Sunday, in' banks being closed oil July 4th. c'eclri"tt stola- - When she landed taining to this particular branch of be highly successful This communcnoUch fuel to is ideally nnd army service. forms us that Boys ity hns the reputation of being the the money would have been deposit - k""p hc.r..m !he mr mnet' minutes the complete geographically located for n pcrmnn-en- t Ilndfo set will be on A ed. The public is worked to a hlirh best in the county. The school build- pitch of our worthy colored bos nunureu sailors neipeil exhibition in this tent. This system cvcj-nlanding field and when all the deinrtHnn. and some ing is large, modern and beautiful. ments may be brought out in the next to bring the great gas bag to anchor, of communication is used in sending tails are completed will be used as a have recently been mustered out of We feel that the community hns done few days. and they will stand by the dirigible messages from the plane to the reby the government from Camp tlx sendee and have returned home its pnrt nnd now it is left to the teachthrough the night to watch her. The ceiving station on the ground. Knox, to visit points in Central Ken- after n tar or more spent on or near ers to do theirs. And this we shall return voyage will be started in tucky He sns an aero photo will be the batile front. Among those re Lieutenant Skow, who flew over strive to do. short time. Lancaster during the last Liberty taken of the town and park which turning this week were: John llurtnn And may we ask that every lover Loan Drive arrived in his aeroplane alone makes it unusual as no other l.ige Robinson, Hilly McCoy, Eddie of Buckeye will cooperate witli us in George Denny, Clurllc yesterday and will remain for sevtown in Kentucky has the 1'ark layed Thomas, every way possible to bring the best William Harrison Dempsey is the off in a Maltese cross, which is so l.eavell ami Price I.ogan. eral weeks. Demonstrating to the eilurutlenH advantages possible to new heavyweight boxing champion of . public the marvelous and daring similiar tn the cross used In landing the boys and girls of this community. the world. He acquired his title by knjO.Ving BUlld- Holds U guide the aviator. This feats that can be accomplished with Sincerely, w hipping Jei.1 Willard in three In . photo when completed will be used this wonderful machine. .Mr. Asie Harnett, who is in the Caskey Tcmerlin, Principal, rounds. The fight was a brutal one. BOOm. Next Saturday July 12th, one of an aero map of Kentucky nnd sent service overseas, and is a son of Mr. Ula Calico and Inez Ray, teachers. little science being used except in the the greatest public demonstrations to aviators all over the United States. and Mrs. ('. C. Harnett of this county, first pnrt of the first round. The men .Membership committees were nam- sent to his parents an interesting Depot street has made wonderful ever seen here will be pulled off and simply stood toe to toe and slugged, strides within the last month in the n great crowd should turn out to see ed last Monday night and are meeting group of war relics, which the public At the end of the third round Willard building line. A. H. Bastin and it. with the cooperation of the public, nil is cordially invited to inspect in the was daxed from the beating he !i: d Company will have completed in a Many towns in adjoining counties feeling that the landing field here will window of the Itccord office. llurgin, Ky, July 4th. tahen anu oiooiiy, bruised ai.it one few ihys a large modern store room, will be visited for a day, during their be n gnat boost for the town and Some of the relies were loaned by eyo cioseu, nis seconds tnrew up the to be occupied by A. T. Scott and stay in Lancaster, the truck proceedThe Paint Lick Blues defeated the county. our colon il friend, John Hurtun, who sponge. Son as u grocery and general mer ing the aeroplane to show the anti-ai- r Another meeting is railed for has just returneil and is reciting some locals today by the score of G to ". j cl.andise store Friday night at the court exciting experiences he had while nt hefote craft guns nnd the guns used on Watch for his adver the largest crowd that house, when a permanent organiza- the front. jtisements which will appear in this the machines. ever witnessed n ball game in Bur-gi- lieWITian ' pap.r. The government is going to a great Mr. Scott is a merchant of , tion will be formeil nnd olTicers the crowd being estimated at two the highest type and is going to make expense in making these exhibitions tdected. tlu UMimt people. purpose of enlisting reis Come to this meeting and don't Promptly at 3 o'clock the two ball Friends of Senator John W. New- some of his compeditors sit up and and for the Since January 1st, Sheriffs in sev clubs stepped out on the gieensw.ird turn a deaf ear tn n proposition that He tells us he knows cruits to join the aviation branch of man candidate for the Democratic take notice. the service. mill mean ro much to I juu'iikUt and enty-si- x counties of Kentucky have of llurgin ball field, and by good hat- nomination for Cimmissioner of Ag- that "it pays to advertise" and prokilled .4,".00 dogs, of which Mill were ting and base running the visitors Here is what there is In it for the Gurrard county. riculture, arc looking well after his poses to tell the people of his bar unlicensed ami 201! outlaws bearing boy who enlists: lied up 3 runs in the first half. fences in Garrard and ns a result has gains through the columns of this licinse tags. Henderson county holds All Velvet The government furTatems pitching and G, Duersons gained much ground here during the paper. Mr. Scott is also going to do the recoru of .'Ut killed, and Union batting hail a lot to do with taming past few something else that none of the other nishing clothing, food, medical atweeks. I.ast Sunday this church gave $153 next with a score of 275. Trigg Burginites, but generally the One reason for this is the fact that merchants have done during the past tention and quarters. to the Kentucky llaptists' Orphans cimntv impounded 370 unlicensed the Private, $30; Private, first class, Paint Lick team played just a shade he is closely related by marriage to enr or more, that will endear him to Home. This is a splendid offering to t'ogs but slew only eighty-thre- e of the best ball and wasn't out of luck tne Rose's, his the buying public. But what we $33; Corporal $30; Sergeant, $14; wife being un own n worthy cause nnd we may Justly them. I.ee, l.yon, Livingston, PulasSergeant Aviation Mechanician, $CC; ither. cousin to Dr. B. C. Rose and Mr. R. started out to tell was the buildings pride ourselves on our offering. ki and Rockcastle counties neither These teams will meet at an early I Rose nnd .Mrs Green Bowling, all now in course of erection on this Sergeant, first class, $51; Sergeant, Come worship with us Sunday. impounded nor killed any. The rec- date at Paint Lick, to settle their dif thoroughfare. Mechanician, first class Aviation prominently connected and rank Sunday School 10 o'clock A. M. ord under the dog license shows 3,048 ferences, WATCH for the date, as among The S. S. S. Lumber Company have $73.50; Master Signal Electrician, our most popular and sub Subject. "Uaptism". unlicensed dogs impounded and 4,391 you will be sure of a good game of just completed a large wareroom that $81; Master Signnl Electrician, Avln-tio- n stnntial citizens. Trenching 11 A. M. by the pastor. killed, 1 10 licenseil dogs Impounded Mechanician, $121.50. will be a model of convenience and bull. Don't miss it. Subject "How Shall We Escape?' nnd 200 killed. Thirty-nin- e now Call at the recruiting station locacounties can boast of two of the A few items of very Important bus. 110 hnvc not reported. best lumber yards In Central Ken-tuck- y ted ns stnted above and nil the InforIness to be transacted mation desired will be gladly given Gurrurd County land, gently roll Services will positively be con. It is gratifying news to everyone to ing limestone land, long frontage on Old buildings that have been nn you. eluded ut twelve o'clock. learn that Mr. T, L. Yuntis hns re- main pike. Excellent building sites; "c)e ore" alorg this street for many The Aeroplane can be seen at the Mr. Fred Mauley, chief architect turned to his homo C. I). Strother, pastor. after n successful for the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse operation at the St. Joseph Infirmnry right lit village, bank, churches, yt.irs haw been torn down and the landing field, which has been permangraded schools, and will cut to suit lots prepared for other buildings ently established, out on the Stanwas in the city yesterday inspecting at Lexington several weeks ago. No purchasers. ford road on the farm of Mr. A. B. This is your opportunity which will go up in the near future. the work of the building which is go more popular man or better eitiien to locate where these advantages are Juit n little further out this street Brown nnd will be gladly shown nny-on- e. hen asked what he livts in Garrard than Mr. Paint l.ick wilt cross bats with the ing up rapidly. Ynntls nnd to be had Go out und see it und watch You can buy this for house is assuming large proportions Ilerea team next Saturday on the thought uf the building, he said, all his friends wish for him renewed the handsome Garrard Tobacco Waro-an- d above, for it may fly over you nt nny formers grounds nnd the game wilt be "there won't be a better one in the health nnd vigor for many years to homes or investments. when computed will ndd mater, minute. D. A. Thomas Realty Agency. called promptly ut 3 o'clock. State of Kentucky." "1 huve planned come. ially to the value of all property The names of the men here on reThis will bo u game worth going over a hundred and this will be when along this street. cruiting duty from Godmnn Field, many miles to bee and we predict a completed the must one Kentucky, nre ni follows: great crowd ns each team will have that has iver come under my obserAny man or woman getting us Lieutenant, Tuylor, Elmer E. Hon, King Swope will address the boosters and friends on band to see vation". many as three recruits will be given Lieutenant Show, Charles T. (here In speaking of the cost of the citizens of Lancaster nnd Garrard a rid over the city of Lancaster. on of the best games of the season. Friends in Lancaster were very with the ship.) Paint l.ick has won many games this building, he said, "the material that county, ut Court House in Lancaster, Ages of the recruits to be between 13 much disappointed in not seeing Col. Sergeant, Ludewick, O.car D, reason nnd seems utmost invincible, was purchased fur the sheething for Saturday July 12th at 2 o'clock. and 35 years. The recruit will alio Carman, who made n two days visit Chauffeur, Parks, Arthur L. but Uereu claims she wilt take their the building cun be sold today for a Ladles and soldiers Invited. be given n ride just us soon us pos- to his old home In Paint Lick this Cook, Cottrell, James F. 3-measure next Saturday, so the public handsome profit nnd the tnr nnd sible after reporting to camp. week. In conversation with him over Pvt. 1st class Kaslty, Henry, may be prepared for n contest that gravel roof, that was contracted for If he can pass the physical tests re- the phone he informs us that he is in Private Miller, Glen, $4.75 a square It the greatest bargain will ,b? Interesting. quired to become a crew chief he may the best of health and will be relieved Private Smith, Iru J. , I have ever known". El Vaniplro powder will do the have the privilcdge to learn tn fly from service about the last of Auguit. "I contracted Private Haney, Carroll, A. Regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. for the same roofing for another work while you sleep. 10 cents a himself. He is now stationed at Camp Dix, N. Private Campbell, Charles T." Saturday at the Club room nt 3 warehouse that cost the firm $7.50 r. box. Stormes Drug Store. Enlistment time 1 or 3 years. J und left for that place this Private Schuck, Henry, (the mechanic o'clock. quale." fl.2G.3t. Lieut. Taylor on the ship.) everyone on hand seemed tn get In the bidding, which became lively The before the clime of the sale. farm win sold nt nn average of $302.35 an ncre, n reronl hreakrr for Garrard county for thU size farm, felling nt public auction. The sale wan conducted by tl.e United Itcnlty Company, of which Mr. Oliver T. Wallace is manager. r wni assisted locally hy Mr. 1). A. of the Thomas Uealty ComThomos, pany. Mr. Wallace un disappointed In not petting his auctioneer, hut the public was not, for it found in .Mr. Wallace, one of the beat auctioneers vtho hts taken the Mock recently and proveil an adept In this line. The farm was sold in six tracts nnd the following is u lint of the purchas ers! Mr. (i. C Walker bought the home and twelve acres for $10,150; Riley Ison one tract 2H acres, SHOO, in acre and n 20 acre tract for $250 in ncres at nn acre; Odus N'alor $272.50; Hit Huffman 45 acres at 2tJ an acre; I.uke . Shcrrow one tract of 27 acres for $252 Ml and one tract to Courtney ltoberts for $315; bringing the average for the lt0 acres up to $:li)J.2r. Tuesday afternoon .Mr. W. N. tst llrown, of llarrodsburg, I in I ii very narrow escnpe from senom Injury or death. With Mrs. llrown he was returning from UihruMcr and when their car reached the point In the roail nenr the bridge where Itev. Clyde Shcltmnn, of Salvisa, nnd Itev. of Paint l.ick, were hurled over nn embankment nnd killed n ihort time ago, Mr llrown stopped the car to look nhout the place and show the various points to his wife. e When he attempted to start the he had difficulty getting it off up the hill, nnd thought If he would back a little he could make the grade Mrs. llrown got out more readily to direct her husband in the lay uf the riHid, anil in the effort to get the machine going it backed on" of an embankment near where the ear of the two ministers had been hurled. The machine landed on the rear part and the engine pointed straight up, but by some miracle Mr. llrown d without injury. They secured another enr and we'it on to llar- rodsburg that night nnd the next morning Mr llrown sent n truck and tackle to the spot to pull the machine hack to the road nnd take it home. Tux dollars, rich and poor, vvcio promised the full limit of the law by Conn imioiicr of Internal Revenue Uuper in 11 statement commenting on the lecenl conviction in Hoston of William A. English nnd John It. O'llrieii, wool merchants who it turnnl ed their tnxes at $101,000 of the Curt Robinson fiirni sale AERIAL MOVIE To be Shown Next day Night. AERO CLUB Community Nurse Here. FIRST AIRSHIP To Organized morrow Night. After Four Days Voyage. "Lexington". Buckeye High School !""" Opens July the 14th. Colored Return. '". "f" "T Ty "e be Dempsey Wins In Three Rounds. DEPOT STREET mg War Relics. Ball Game Goes To Paint Lick. liainS Untagged Dogs Killed. . in liarrara. Baptist Church. Returns Home. ACRES Architect Here. Ball Game. Public Speaking A Chance To Fly. Col. Carman Returns. Swat That Fly. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 10 I i 9. Complete stock BAILING WIRE 9 1- -2 x 15 only $1.75 per bundle. Phone us your order. Wagons Old Hickory and Weber. 23-- 4 Complete $115.00. $120.00. 3 inch Complete 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. Mowers Get that Mowing Machine Our price only to-day. Wire Fence 40 cts. 4 foot No. 10 Top only 55 cts. 4 foot No. 9 Top, only .80 cts. 4 footall No. 9, only Delivered to your Station. Get your order in now as prices will be HIGHER. Delivered To Your Station. $75.00 Friends it may sound like a fish tale when we say higher prices, but just as certain as we live today practically all commodities for Jail will be decidedly higher. A word to the wise now. Take the tip from us and get your requirements early. No chance to lose. ROOFING Galvanized 28 ga. .$5.50 Going Higher, don't wait a single day for you may lose. today. 90 lb. Red Slate only $2.75 CEMENT NOW IX STOCK. Only 80 cents Nails only IJest FLOUR Patent Flour made. PIANOS Kingston Player Piano Cant be beat and we stand behind every one of 'cm. READY-TO-WEA- R WHY PAY MORE Sugar Lenox Soap We especially invite you to see our Ladies and our 510.50. cts per bag. 84.00 Keg. Dolly Varden only $1.50 men's Department. Clothing, etc. Dresses, Shoos, Hats, Galv. Tubs 85c and S1.00. Wire Fence 10 Phone or write us per bag. Special during July only Better come at once and see for yourself. $475.00, on easy terms. Liberal Discount for Cash. Everything and our and 55c. I Get our prices on Hangers, Heavy llarbed Wire $5.00 Wheat Shorts Ground Ilarley , Track Guttering, etc. Hinges, $U.,0 per square. prices are more than right. $.5. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S BEREA, KENTUCKY. PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Present Earnings nearly six ferred Stock. GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Mr. Kdd Scale nnd family and Miss Lutes of Ijincnstcr wire the guest of Mr and Mrs. Thos. Logsdon the i Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' UUCKEYE Dr, G. M. Hendren is very ill at a hospital in Lexington. Mrs. I'ermelia Bogie spent Friday with Mrs. W. II. Gulley. .Mrs. Mul Carter has been ill but is improving nt this writing. Miss Louri Brown was the guest of Miss Bernas Broaddus recently. Mr and Mrs. A. C Miles were in Nlcholasville Sunday for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker and children were in Richmond, Saturday. EAJNINCS tlm-- new Interest requirements of this Preof Net Karnlngs. Annual Sinking Fund equal to f SINKING FUND PROVISION No mortRage on plant without the consent of the majority of preferred stockholder!-- . The Company hat no bonded debt and no dividend can be imld on the common stock unless quick assets are 150 of liabilities. PRICE 100 and accrued dividend to yield PROTECTIVE LJ.7f::' JAMES C. WILLSON&CO..210S. Fifth, Louisville, Ky. 7. The Word "Magnet." The word "magnet" U derived from the name of the city of Miznela, In A!a Minor, here the properties of the loadstone arc said to have been discovered. His majority over his opponent was from 4000 to 8000 more than the majority of the other members of the ticket over their respective opponents. He is the best campaigner, the best debator, the most pleasing speaker, by far, of any candidate offering for Governor on the democratic ticket. In him, Democracy has an invincible champion. The Other side. Mrs. N. K Bogie of Lancaster visitIf you want to make yuurseir solid with other folks don't Hop to tell ed her daughter Mrs. Jesse Hill rethem what wonderful thlnz vru hate cently. done, but Jut sny. "You fil'r.ii hae Mrs. Hobert Layton spent Monday the world beaten for Pig tlilurO" with her parents, Mr. anil .Mrs. L. P. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. (5. V. Ray entertainSJSeWJU ed u number of relatives nt dinner on Sunday. .Mr. W. II. Gulley and .Mr. Charlie Grow were in Richmond on business Monday. Mr.'Elgin Ovcrstreet and Mr. Rich ard of Akron Ohio visited Mr Thomas Morford recently Mr. and Mrs. T, C. Jenkins and Miss Margaret Brndshaw spent Sunis generally conceded day with .Mr. and .Mrs. T O. Hill. Governor James D. The Ladies Missionary Society will Black will be an easy winmeet on Thursday July 17, all mem. bers are urged to be present. ner of the democratic nomMrs. Fain and Mrs. Overstrcet of ination for Governor in Jessamine county were guests Sat the August Primary. urday of Mrs. S. X. Morford. The people are for him. Misses Cinda Bell and Susan Etta He is the logical candidate. His great service to Allmnn of Richmond are spending the the ticket in 1915 should not go unrewarded. week with Miss Barbara Gulley. He is 10000 votes stronger than any other candidate. Rev. D. P. Sebastian will fill his In 1915 he reduced the republican majority in 135 regular appointment here Saturday counties in Eastern Kentucky, nearly 6000 votes. afternoon a'nd Sunday morning. "If BLAC IS A WINNER It that Mr. ami Mrs. Forrest Curtis and children, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son visited Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray and family. Pleas call at my office in the Court Housa and list your taxable property for this year, as tha Uma U fixed and limited by tb Uw. DO NOT PUT A. T. SCOTT, THIS OFF. Garrard Co. Tax Commissioner. BROWN. On Sunday morning He's a WinnerVote For Him and Democratic Success In November! at an early the OceJven. it he hotel aci .'Mi.' n trtwter "the ImI mr In a prutlm-la- l town 1th. In ii h M the hotel Inte In the etmlns Misses Kathleen Trimble of SomerJn.t l..'fiirn I retlnxl I henrd n set and Leona Webb of Berea were Iht.iis under the and .vv n mi week-enguest of the Misses pie uf lari'o rats Just roiptiit. I nl eiHHlJnlneil at the office. Tin Arnold Foley was called to his tpnnnnT was n serene an a Mimwri Im-er'I'll fix that all right. lr." lit home near Corbin last week on no Dool n of Bryantsville and Mr. Dan count uf the serious illness of his mlil. 'limits! Take a rat to rmitn IS at unee!" " Tne detpit Uay tf this plasr. brother. of the community goes out to Mrs. D. A. Ilervey and son have re. of tri.il the loved ones in their hour A Crest Man. turned from n pleasant visit to her A great Wan Is he ulm rliniMM IhA parents, Mrs. and Mrs, G. A. Brown rlzht In Invincible I'AINT LICK ulm renear Lancaster. lists the viri'.t tenilitatlim frnrn ullh. Misses Nettie and Klizabeth Brown In anil ullhotit. who ...nr the Mrs. Kldridge is with her daughter, of I'erryville, and Miss Addie Bran piirdens who ralmot In Mrs. II. I Francis. denburg of Richmond were the guests storms and iniwt feflrlna under Mr. IS. G. Woods made n busines-- of Mrs. Sophia Trcadway for the frowns. thii,. ri Hence nn irnlli nn trip to Cincinnati last week. week-end- . virtue, on (5il. I m..t unfaltering. I this Mr. IJ. C. Rice was a recent visitor There win preaching services ut lielhne nmnngcrentnexs to ho most common the multitude, whose of Dr. nnd .Mrs. H. J. I'atrick. New Hope church Saturday evening, mimes are never henrd ir rh.n. Mrs. Henry Conn nnd children were1 also Sunday morning and evening, ulng. visitors in Richmond .Monday. conducted by Rev. G. L. Herr of .Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Hedrick of Lex Kings Mountain. N. C. ington were visitors here the past Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis, I. II. MICKIE SAYS week Davis, and Miss Davis were in llerea Miss F.thyl Kstridge left Tuesday Monday nnd Tuesday with their sis-te- r, Mrs. John Tudor who is critically for n stay of several days in Rich tfttt. ItuwMrt... ill at the Robinson Hospital. mond. i MOCVt. 5IN. SMl.lVAtViM), J IE. K. Anderson of Mr. and Mrs. The many friends of Mrs. John ) ,t PswtR. ftOrAVWHtM Youngstown Ohio, are visiting rela Tudor will regret to learn that she is NM COrAt 'ROONO IK tives here. critically ill nt the Robinson Hospital ,tvV, OrCE 'N OO t"t . 'CMJSt v4t I Mr. Garnett Kemper of Lexington nt Beren where she underwent nn was mingling with friends here the operation for appendicitis Saturday, sottxmeto. fcoiHEEO tviknk past week. Plena call at my office in the Court t Mrs. Fdnnie Rucker of Richmond House and list your taxable property was the guest of Mrs. I. C. Rucker for this year, as the time It fixed and the past week. limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT A. T. SCOTT, Miss Myrtle Baker of Richmond is THIS OFF. Garrard Co. Tax Commisiioner, the attractive guest of Miss Nora Conn, this week. Mus Nora Conn celebrated het Mr. nnd Mrs. Wulkcr Guyn anil eleventh birthday Tuesday by enter children visited relatives in Jessa- tnlning quite a number of little friends Tho hours were from 3 to B. mine county recently. Games were played. Music nlu add Mrs. Josephine Buck of Louisvile ed to the enjoyment of the afternoon has been the guest of bcr brother Mr. Delicious refreshments were served Fred Hall .and family. and nil present had a most enjoyable Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rucker and son lime. of Waco were with his mother Mrs. I. C. Rucker on tho fourth. Vox Poputl, Vox Del. TliN la a rery ancient saying and Mrs. Woods Graves and Miss Eddie meuns "The voice Faulkner of Point Leavell were tho volco of God." It of the people Is the can be guests of Mrs. Henry Conn Tuesday. through Latin to Greek. traced back It Is found Burde lias returned to her first In a work on morals, by the Greek Mrs E. home In Detroit Mich., after a few poet, Ileslod, who (Wed about the century before Christ. days visit with Mrs. I. B. Shepherd. elchth hour the death angels claimed ns their victim, .Mrs. Marion Hrown, She had been in ill health for some time. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Kay and several years ago she was married to .Mr. Joshua Brown who preceded her to the grave seven j i an ago. She leaves to mourn her loss a father, mother, one sjstir one brother and two children, Mrs. Han Cqual to f .i. sitiil net m " 'stmt .) kssssi The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 10, 1919. REPORT OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF THE CONDITION mtTIOML OK I No. 1 It" l. UNI AsTKIl. K BANK, Citizens National Bank UK I.ANCAHTKH.KVAT TIIK Close of Business, June 30, 1919 The Close of Business. June 30 1919 lnmia mi'l iI.m'iiuiiu I ri.w I I? liw.iu a; Uaiia.ii.i.tiaciiiiii. (ir.rtlrafia, a.cutrl I V'sll"'!. il.poallril lo ..cut. rlr cnlaiwu li analu.i p a ii.m.ta ainlc.riliiri' .'.iii n IioimU iltMMllrtl hi arrtitf t it .tt'J-- n if) rutaltuli i r Tuliiri U. J, inml mill rrrtlflriitr" ul Itnlrtilrilnrs collilrmt fnr Mtr nr r bill lithrr ttcpufllt If i4"M atlt Hnilr.lfrt Ulwilr !."" B.iii.K, nnMtil ,eurili..olli.r lliaa I h l.m.la t lii'lii'lHK UH Ii HliW i.l..t..l nt uatlou ant.Mintaitu.lriiin T l'.'l?l It".m.ll.l slii.IT a .ical..l mitil.l. "I ban a fh . oroilloounl .11. an.! utli.t f a.ti ll.ma wllh R,.,m.unn K.....IIrnm I t'."T''"-nf.- r anl lu. l aiilaerlllunl Valu.nl Ilatiallia-IH'U- "' l iirnlltir.aii.l amir." rt.r-... "Illi Uailtil liana " . K..n. ill In rrt.nl II..-- '"' '' Malik M ' 31, HntJli1, -i .lrlmi. ..ml 11 Slock ul KclTl Krartr llmttMC4 rrm n( mittictll.ii Vuliif iti ImtihliiK linn at Ffflprnl lawful rravrT with . lUtik JJ.sli to t'nth In full Mli'l lift ainiMiliN lllf (rtim imtlniial Itallk S.I'iO (HI Nf t mt1ur f ripfn hunk ntii lilik(i i,.i 10 aixt triit cinmilra tittirr I...JII (hi U. II or It Ihmi Inc hnll In t rtin-smi utttrr tunk In Itir umiif uk elt r nr in n m I If in 17 Hillirf thutl Total nf I trim II. Ii. IH. IT Immu Itutnl, rr rni uti Ir Ml Si AUCTION OF LAND AT PUBLIC ! 207 Acres JULY 22nd 10 O'CLOCK. 2 ORPHANED LAMBS AND PIGS Patience, Care and Good Nursing Havt Brought to Maturity Many Unfortunate Animals. t.y the ment uf (iTfiMrr-- l Mirny t'nttft HUtPi ) Dfpart ,,iO rr. rrrlln !'' Chn'katm litnka ml I" alp 4H I ."""'trt tit. r.. I .aflM- -l ari.ruilmat. im Nl-- a ilil. Hill. Il.f.ltal.1. Il"l fal .'Tolal PI H Trt-Rrflrmf linn (utnl Willi Tinmnr iifrr mul thi from I' pnilrrt tl r Imii imt tiller, n Nulra til I Anv hllla Kvlriltf tiot rh of (Mirthi lltm fftjr orjoMii nf rr lNiik mul utlicr lic!'t .1 M.01! mit- ! lumlii timl , tiMi nitirli rnn fnr tin I V lmilnr 2,'i II nirfiir fiirtiHT or y tin ! with, tirt miIviil:! nnilj L'lrla In tin rluli- - nrniilr.itl J...H a ty tin Cntliil Slati" (li'imrtiiH'iit nf hi; rUMilitin mitl Hi hint' ntlli'iii". Iu llriici', run mid pHl inirIiic dy 7I wnk "oriUit" TUESDAY, IK GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY. On the Hyattsvillc and Kirksville Pike, 7 miles from Lancaster, 3 miles from Kirksville. This is the farm of Theo Cotton, right on pike, also fronting on County Road. In good neighborhood, splendid school at one corner of the farm. Land is rolling and very fertile. Garrard County sandstone land, the best tobacco land in Kentucky, gives color and quality to tobacco, which has made Garrard County tobacco sell for the highest market price. This farm will be subdivided and sold in 5 separate tracts. TRACT No. 1. about 80 acres, with 4 room dwelling, cellar and cistern, ,12 acre tobacco barn, 37 acres in corn, 8 acres in tobacco, balance in blue grass, large orchard of young trees. TRACT No. 2. about 35 acres, fronting on pike, in rye stubble. TRACT No. 3. about 20 acres, fronting on pike 3 acre tobacco barn, wheat stubble sown to timothy and clover. TRACT No. 4 About 35 acres, all in blue grass, good tenant house and barn on this tract and fronting on County road. TRACT No. 5. About 35 acres, fronting on pike, 4 acres in tobacco, bal' ance in corn. If you want more than any one tract will sell two or more tracts together so you can get the number of acres you want. This is an opportunity to buy a farm in a high state of cultivation, very productive, good for investment or as a home. TERMS EASY, AND THE LAND WILL PAY FOR ITSELF. JANUARY 1st, 1920. POSSESSION THE MAN WHO WANTS LAND TO RENT OUT YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. Watch my auction sales and see who does the business. Look this land over before sale day and you will surely attend the sale and bid on the land. All I aslc is for you to look at it. The quality of the soil speaks for itself. Farm well watered, good cittern at house and everlasting stock water. t. i,M oc- I I War ttirllt alNina actual It nuiiril Vkitirt irniea iiitt rwrlTl mi'l lltrr-'M.000 00 mrliiKa crtlflrtr in) kA il HO MJ MAHIMTIK Capital alack paid III ?.:"... l!lrruialln au.t Aniouul r.-l- frt l'i aillrrllra Total- - .W laa.a Mm Ml I.lAlttl.lTIKf. t'altalatuck 1M III iriMlvmni ttrimia. rarnrt tapl'folltnal. aMlil..! W1tiOIJ or v " T!aV!".Winail than hank ln.illiaillilla'll'l' Il...r. I M l'r Snl.a imt.tali.1lll. l)- -l .Vi,iail I4i Inlfmt mil itUcmut rultrcir) aliior imiwuuiIIhc rirHUtirr oulUHllliK llllAtrl ill lllifI.U.l.l t. TUl Mualilf auljrct rbM-k- lav V 7T crt'llUHi. hi N1 ttol earmnl taMr)ilmli maiiiriir , iUliall. Il.m. ' " Ihrtlf til Tnlal HT..ii,K.tltr.t'nl?tofll.a....alll. la.lil.r ! lh r lsV. a.wMM.llil;. liamrt Tl. .In !" W.l ol ni, m. Iin. I.lh au.ib.n.1 irtr.it Itta ia (VrlllValea -- dtmaitil Itiati laiik ii.l Pbfk Hll l rtr (ilt. itrflrc annjcri o , 7. X. "t::.,,, Total of limr rt fothff tMtrrowr!! than fr mitirv 1flt itf iom . "W. ii - 4.,.l JHflN "'7.',..'UMle. ll.U -' ii il Hill thr than ltli tri era' Kctrnr Iiank. tniuqinr tit-an mo iilllKatlna rirraeiitlti Itiaa riHllafOHlit r- to Kram. ii.l i tlHilta. w It Una aul- IX A Club Boy and .nuti2-li- Hi. Three Orphan.. t linvi" lirmiElit nnlmaN lit.mual l.lalttllllica i.thrt than tlK m ( v I " Total aa: HfTf or K'ntlf iY,t' f"TTOF I W r ('hami..l'alilfr nf lli aUitr nam-Ell" I11T 11 il. (MM' of 111" I'lfs atat iank,.I.ia.temnlf awraf lliat li liijr kliowlr-lit- f ftnl not ilo mt lit ta tni tt the InM J m r uli.l In trlnl to W V I'liamp. brlkf. tiil(rltro aitil awottl tn bviotf mrfiuia tin vll tin' "rutil" for $, Inn cntilil lint Iti'port r t lit CiiihHIIoii lay ol Joly tln llml u lni)i'r. Hit lfi' in'ruiiilwl lilm I T Mil J, .illl"i o nit: In Kln tlii' frlfinlli"". plK tn llii' llttli Mr I'oinmlaaioii Kii'lrra Jatiturr II. two lirotiKlit Onaax T AttrtlH r tll'Iaol 1 !Mrciora. atlrl. Can- nml rnrrful 11fmllns the chili ulilln It tii iimturlty. Aftir i Ka. JJ liiiri'itvil In clx. im'tiilii'r't li.nl llrjiintsville Or iliiiik The lltll" Rlrl trndi'tl tlie lii'it two nf tin" lllter tii li'T fiitlier fnr unit' jmavi.-uln- n Dally Thouglit. lnlNC trtiltirl lonii il ltr)Ulllllr, if Hie timllirr Imsr. mi'l "M Hie KvHlufky. i nuuirnf liarroiil.Hutriil formon la atoned nml ec4 to wre other three fnr S15.. Iluvlni; nn- no-TIIK hlnc. K lltlSKH o nulre.1 n tnemlierhli In the ili: i lull. AT TIIK C'lK .he (ilnnt tn rnntlnue 111 the wnrk. Mind That Is Truly Fre. 23th tlay of June WW I cull tlutt tuliitl, frit which l Jrnl-oiSHIPPING PLAN own frviilnm, ulilrh ptianlt of iikmii i:ri 1lff from lirlnir tiifrciHl In othrraj 1US.I7I t Mtiplr utr Itn-Iluaalll lll.MMlnl Boy. of Florida County to Market t I which cmmla It Him Hiiplrv II. IW TO n nnl.liT llinii if tin Their Pig. In Carload. Engaged Hliwk., Ilali'l. antl olli.r w'urlll.a Itiul u. worM. Wlllhm r.llrry Channlnu. Halika lu. Irom In Feed Conte.t. la.buu hali'l IlltUllill. atl.l llallklnt .... : tlllul.a par. J by th. t'nllrt HUl.a I), part-m.(IT. ) Stranger to Western World. Olhrr Al"ti liol lwrlulr,l untlrt of atirul aUiv h.al i'XnMlltln Hip .lnll yoiIiit:1r-iThe nlK dull liny uf Miuli!in cnun Total iiioiintuln ty, rin., are lilumilnK cnt InM Hi' S'Milh rhlnp inurket their I.IAHIUTII.I-- . lt iilS" next full In a Irnf rnr-linrolnc of Ytinttn l ln Sl,! Ul rtiniri nf nnlmnl lift. aiimtilH In Ml.wk l.al.l III. Ill ra.b I allal &.IKKI Do nhliinent. Tliee ImjH nre now MlirPlua I Uli'U t'Hiiiin of llic htixlly eiiKHReil In ii feiilltiK contet rurlnc mhitM tin' I'U'llll'Irt I roltH. .a au.1 latra rabl mnv( which l n .tnitiet'r to the nil ii ro worLlne fur one of u number lrl.ll .lll.)wl lotbrrk IVI,Ji l n inntin wrttTii world. Tin mtow of Iirlies offereil fur the most .uccest-fu- l liriu.n.l luiltlcalraol a.jt7W ai t ft 11 lirpoait Ihc ilnrllrr. umiiH'what Ilk fattier, l'eniiut meiil anil corn, aj wnry nnd tlt't tul with rne nml rye tmsture, make up clinmola. It Olti.i l.lablllllr. mil liifluilr.1 ii o .1.M (HI any ol aUn. n tllzzy mid xei'mlnsly linjios-lliil.r tiiki' thu prevent ration nf the rluti pie. ll'..Tini S Cfiitrvo n min ir It nntlve crnt,". Total . .. The local county HRent hat already n .' Informed a number of livestock TATI. Ill' Kf.NTI'fk'Y.l UCNfY III lUllltAHUt companies of the plan nf Doomed to Wretchedness. .' aim ,r. lUfkfl. ll.am.ui I,ct 11 imiim hiHi. wlutt condition h the chili plRi. and Ktntet that llama, I'a.bl.rot lb. alall. uainrt Itailk .lo aut.in.nl la aolnunll aa.ar llial lb. al-- n. ll. nnd lot him nccmmiljito ttrtitind the litl)er will liaM' tn hid aliove the IO II. Hl Ol our tril. ) 111 nil tli trood ntid crntlMcn'lona market price to Ret them. f . r Mwk.r, li.aM.nl. ctMii!m:l nilrnlntil to innko III 111 j r. Mt II . I'aabl.r. nt miy in)p In it; If Hint man t S ub.rrllMl aii'laMoriit.ill'.r. in. Ibla th Jim wllhotii iK'cnptitloii or ninii"'iihT)t, FATTENING ON rtaf ol Jul). in''. ind rrMi't on what h l, tho tm'npt r, Ilogall IIIM. KotaTr IHbllc J. Thl. Manner I'.b l. l."i ntiiztild Mldty of hi M't'omlulMloiLil'l'. .r'trit lot will. Hog. Fed In and Are Fit forSave Feed Market and Labor lot hour Mm up. llo will turn n. Much Earlier. mrlly to clootny mitlclpnllon nf ih nt lira ; mid ti !.. Ida Miatiintlon rnIN by l'nlt.d Htat.. U.part- lltn out of Iilmr1f. In I" lmltnlty (Prepared m.nt the Agriculture.) lttinrt nl llii' I'oiiillllnii of - Piim'uI, III' lilt. nt fnr 1'iitlen Iiors on at iHisidble. lloRt fid In thl wny nive proportion to the labor, kbvo feed lu Rain lu weleht made, and are ready MICKIE SAYS Co & for market MHiner than thoie which are hand fit!. I.es'i feed Is actually liuilnvaa at Jjmraatir Malik ilulii required to fallen when Iiors are Keif Comity of liarant, htat o( Krnlnrky, fit!, i The sy.teni It therefore economHk. VAR. QQI-V.AT TIIK TliiHK OK llt'H!NKs-- i UN TIIK A OOOO ONt H&Bt1 ical in every respect. UtltN- - "THC MM VJ0 25lh.tlayo June 1011). OOl$bit (kOMEdtItt IAKN n i ,. IMirlnia. tatfl raytii'tiiaon vkiwy oi- iumi, liifjiTicj' Ah 11 ri'Hill, li.ui1 tlie tiii'Ut Mipply U Iiiiti'iimI mi'l thtt li.ij nr fir I la i miMi'il In urn iiioni')". Tin-- fulli.r ..f it llltli- - Rlrl In Ahmhi rry ittulmm M lui wn rniiiilj. N, t' Join n pis rltili, ri'Mteill- - rrftixtl to urliil uhlili ntlii'inlv imiturlly untilil lint ' rhlr SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. 5 JTinair W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY. !. In 17!W on the lllli uf API. I S':n-lk'lii of n l'unlnlnkl. the I'.ihiti.l, died. l'unlatiiw'Ui iiaeemlitl the I'ollah throne In Kill. Tlie Wa. Lait Polish Kin;. lat Optlmlitle Thought Virtue and goodness nre cunflued tc no station. Some Story. Said the mournful man. "Someday, rntscbody, somewhere, somehow will cet an lnplrt!on and In the fervor of the hour will write o chunk of fiction tlfat doesn't contain the word anrdld. doesn't refer to the flotsam and letsam of life nnd exclude, all per-iowith beetle flushes." I..lll of I'nlnnil required n tmnz tii::ii on the throne tn keep the country frmii ruin, anil StanMnm lacked lh lnea-nr.Mrenirlli and MuteMiiati'lilp I!ti-lIrula and Austria ilMilnl Dili klnRdiim anion;: them and tlie il. klne retired to I'ctroirrad on . pellet. in. where lie died In KP-S- . From Apricot Pita. Cnllforula produces yearly about J.WHJ mm of apricot pits, nnd home chemist now obtain of material, from each Ion. The price of the pits, formerly sold In central Kurope at by $45 a ton. nm reduced the war. The product. Include n fruit oil ouhitltuto for olive oil, the essential oil of apricot (known also a. bitter nil of almonds), a cooklue meal and a cleanslnc meal, and American (formerly 1'runslan) blue. Next Time Buy Garrard Bank Trust FISH CORD TIRES Big, appearance, they give UhhOlMtCKW, 11UWI uvl RUiVMtit - t Italia ami lllacoillita. icka, Utioia nikI oihrr hrcurlllf Iniw froiu Hank liauj (Uah on I'hrcka, ain ollirr faali I tenia ItauktuK llnuau llifliuli-- ! uiolrr tllhf r Afta uullica-latty of ilxitv Total..IMM I.lAHII.niKH. all lu Hi ca)i. BUt lu.ian tv-7- 0 NOSOON tAt 00t' KS1 mi ;m LtveStocj iaENOTES cleancut in H,H 00 (a ll,(. iU The hnrkeH should be given plenty of fresh water reRUlurly every day. IleRtilar feedlne is of paramount lm- portauco In keepliiR .lock In n healthy condition. an excess mileage Via. I'lltal htHk Miriliia Uittih ami U-- I .'ai,(tij I Mi even for Cord Tires. TREADS ihi 111 l'lil I'rullt, all na ripriiat-- t ftit.h.'1-- Itv'tiM lo R.11,.1 I... riakl linalt ut.i.ft lllilf OflKtalla toclifCk ttlt.MJ tU IVrtinnl Clircka lai Olhrr Uabllltlra nut ttir luiliM it t any of aim w lifada Tola) tenanco than any other. l'u.lure land, devoted to bheep have erenter possibility of their own us- - . tl7LiU3 U dial of Kentucky, County of (Jarranl.Hct. . r.iniuif r :riviniti-rvai ileiitaul Caaltlvr of ttiwilialwit name! Itauk tt that itu aoleiniily aweara,r atatritvot .if.. I.... I ..I., kunu la..... ... I. .11.. U.K. McKoWrt,l'rei.1eut J. W. Kliuort.Caalilvr. HubacrlUed audtworn to lvfort me Hi la 3M day of July iwiv. Nuury 1'iiMlc. My ronnuli- Will H. lou cii'irva reoruary iv( The rule la Hint It I belter not to milk tlie cow before freshening unlet It become absolutely neceswry. r There I. nothltiR like a to give pig a good atnrt, am! It It the tart they get that tell In the wind-up- . TOUGH, WEAR-RESISTIN- G lloir, ' f. H. DIRICTORt; a, II. Bruwa J Uarkibury, J. ff K, Koblui-Jti.W- , Ily providing good pasture crop for In Inmbt after weaning, growth may frequently be avoided and ugs. the Iambi marketed st uu earlier ... HASELDEN BROS mZMSQ The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 10, 1919 which is four gated at the public cost not at weeks from Saturday, and the expense of the soldiers. while the 8th district special The loan offered to the solelection for Congress will be a diers to furnish them with the d nITair, the former necessary funds would not disand will be the side show ami the charge the nation's debt, as the latter the main event insofar as advances must be repaid at this district is concerned. four per cent. If we are callThe Attorney General, in a ing the grants a free gift, mnkc long opinion, written in answer them so in fact as well as in to a letter from Sheriff Roberts, name. of this county, nnd with which opinion Sheriffs, County Cleiks MORE WORK and others would wisely familTHAN WORKERS. iarize themselves, makes it imTested for Germination and Purity. Farmers of the northwest perative that the special elec- are making frantic efforts to tion in the Eighth Congression- secure men in the large cities U al district shall be held in Ihe to work on the farms for $50 a regular voting places and by month with room and bonrd. the regular election officers Hut it isn't enough to tempt the that is, the officers who were idlers away from the movie appointed last fall, and who signs nnd the carabet jaazers. are as much in duty bound to Fifty a month is not much, i perform their duties for the when the cost of living is con I year ending next fall as are any sidered, but as most of the livother constitutional county or ing is in board and room the State officers, and who aie. argument seems a little uer.k. hereafter, to be prosecuted fnrj As a matter of fact. S."0 a failure to do so. mojuli with board and room on The Sheriffs in some of the a farm is far better than the "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." counties are said to have so far average young man can do overlooked their duties set even at the high wages in the ' forth by the Attorney General, j,; w, everything is paid - out living ex- in necessary j ji.u iii ui.ii ii .1? iu mu imi'iiiaGo onto the farm today. He ing they shall do in each pre- -' nouses The Central Record r,e farm is a good place, industrious. Strive each day icinct of the county, and in the! $1.50 a Year. Issued Weekly. new. Make county papers. These officers, uni ji is getting better eveiy I to learn something Payable in Advance. thoroughly v prepared .in .in nie ivi r.:, j ,jir. up your mind that you will uuiii Cracks At Creation. SlatesitwasHut It had taken two to meet J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. jenrs at the bottom and end at election commissioners and! bring about this condition Moral 'election officers, would do well j That little devil. Cupid, is ai-- ! War time measures will now take to R. I. .ELKIN, Local Editor nnd Mgr. jthe top. He Prepared. nn unmeasured vacation i In ten years, while still to read the Attorney General's, ways pulling off some new Entered at the Tost Office in LanSing a song of peace time, n treaty stunt. Eloping by aeroplane opinion. Shelby Record. If you want to go somewhere young, you will be carrying sucMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s neatly signed, deep quirt and profound rest, lis now coming into vogue cess around in your pocket. Matter. little wars In tl doubtless, however, because Toledo. You will have a comfortable THE MIDDLE CLASS world we find. to ovcrt-iktn come, mtd Going right nlong: with guns The picnic non Member Kentucky Press Association bank account. You may even IN OVERALLS l':u' ca" nn' '10I'e nnd rnndwirhes and an 1 Wll-ll-l 111 U.A till ctrs arc troops ami rations. I'. have a farm of your own. And ha.- muili in favor. The Winnepeg strike Eighth District Publishers League. Isn't that a dainty dish for the League you will be admired and resproved a rather interesting These interminable trade Theje July d make us feel tlmt of Nations? pected by the whole commun- II Rates For Political Announcements. fact. It has established the disputes raise wages and raise "a place in the sun" would be quite Unique Nation. ity. truth that if all the organized the devil, but they don't raise appropriate fur Germany. For rrecinct and City Offices. .$5.00 CotH Itlm utittu, nteftnir mMlern BUT 10.00 oattofe ln.fmMh a It hi more tench-t- r For County Offices manual workers in the country wheat or increase the factory The eyes of the wet interests are "No farm life for me", you i ii.Unc army than olrlier For State and District Offices. .15.00 decide to strike, they can do it. production. now turned to President Wihwn as Is only M" tr.H!;. ll ..n-itenrhers .10 say? For Calls, per line the Great l'ovible and the country will get along In lU'tlle erelre Mtln.lHr aImiiu 2,U"k .10 For Cards, per line Then this is our prophesy: For nearl 4b th rtMintry but without them. The man who sits down anil For all publications in the interWho dares predict what wonderful In ten years, instead of being In Winnepeg the military waits for fortune to come to Hunt's this queer old world may se vnjoy.d Interns! pest est of individuals or expressuccessful and admired by your and police had sion of individual views, per a certain him usually finds it knocking at within the next twenty years? This Dog Small Ooy's erlend. will be still amount of work to do, 10 neighbors, you line but it the door of tho other fellow. A pnpil III elie nf the Itomr.'ril tMe.) With universal vence as its memed Jy .05 periodically looking for . Obituaries, per line .. that (consisted of suppressing fnfleil to come to sebo.'! s object, tlmt league of iu.ti.iH4 hi fro- - crude job. You will be a stranger to swt when the irutlil otUerr ralleil to Some men are blessed with ducinc an ungodly nmount of ixrup- when the mob got too bin n the reniw. he was tohl itmt tt.o the business entrance of a noisy. Lancaster, Ky., July 10. 1919 The purpose of the unlimited brains, but have no pin;. i dog had run off ntth the iih:i hoy's bank. You will be scheming sense with which to apply strike was to prove that the We ircnerally think of peace and kmekerlMker's. uhleh hsil he, n (Hit to make both ends meet, possi- manual workers lu umisI plaee the night tiefore, could not be them. rest as un ideal combimtUon. Jut 10' their until nlmh ronlil net tie For Congressman. bly at your wits end to support dispensed now the combination seems to be tlttie t, sttend the afternoon with. And the midsession. "All the world loves a lover' peace and unrest. Wc are authorized to announce a family on an income not suf- dle class group (if we can CHAS. A. HARDIN', of Mercer coun- ficient for one. but the girl. She loves ice fpenk of such a class in thcte "Come on in; Water's line!'' all the ty, a candidate for representative in I me young man wno oegms days) provided that they cotil J cream. dry states have been sayinK. Now Congress In this, the Eighth Congres- i life with looking for a 3ofl job Classified Column 1 the wet states have their opportunity The middle clnss group oper sional District, subject to the action to form an opinion. generally ends by doing the ated Babys Locomotion. the Dcnocratic party. of the public utility plants. Merrill's father bud Jut Ihmmi limrn-Indirty work which others kick and The query, "How's your oor head cleaned the garbage cans. rati:s. m drive his car. The baby wa aside. There was no reason why they Just learning to walk, ami lie Un! this morning?" and the term "katicn- Single Insertions lc n word SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. Two roads are open bifote become Merrill ran They were hardlv Idenn. Otic day "Oh, tn&mma,lulu tht Jnmmor"the have few days. antiquated No ad taken for less thnn 2Pc lust coins during bouT und said: We are going to give the idle you, and no obstacles bar ywi' shouldn't. likely to feel any false pride uud ee tho baby klddlgl" in this column. No ads in this com.nunity way. The choice is vours. young men of this The man who has been for several about it, merely because the. column charged. something for nothing v. li'tlo hours associating1 with tussock moth Pugnacious Flih. were Most of Seven insertion for the In Slam there an small r caterpillars on his favorite tree begins advice free of charge. Bu' t SAVING DAYLIGHT. them draw lower salaries than ISh n pugnacious that when two of to pine for other society. price of five. is good advice, is given in all There is weeping and gnash- the manual workers, anyway. them arc placed near each other they l'lwne orders muit be paid I sincerity, and is for their pres- ing of teeth in the large tities The man once When the Hob lishlntr There is no cryptic mystery nt quiet begin to tight. dull, but bi tour fur his who arranges a later to promptly. Is Its colors are vncatiott is likely ent as well as for their prospec- at :tt repeal of the daylight aooui running a street ca. : a excited It l of a metallic brilliance. conclude that the fish derided to take jt a n itf tive good. saving law. But they an- - not locomotive. Or calciniining a wi a ;u lot n yr kivkm j u varation at the same time. You tell us you want work, ritnTow minded about it. They Von SAI.i:: About 30 barrels of Experimental wall. An amateur may not do but there is nothing for viu o admit that the law has bcin The llee Pendleton these things at first with tne Dad." Inquired n Mini! hoy, "what betweencompleted but unsigned treaty KswmI old corn. Germany and Japan at least "A test rs., my ,nn, do. working a hardship to farmers, same dexterity os a jouu.ey- - Is a tet cael" .,. drought fulfill the nuriiose of L'ivlm. u ... replied til h parent, "U n Let u.s see. and that there is plenty of arNOTlCr.! will stand a retis- court to deeble whether there's very interesting summer reading. All over this part of the state gument in favor of its repeal. man. But he can soon learn. Into in It to Jutlrj r jtered lloUtein Hull. King Velman, of If the middle classes took a enough more caes of n fciiuitnr In workkind!" ing up President Wilson was at there are many of the best If the farmer sets his clod: in the New York, this season at Ilvuttsville lft wick bi,t prolmbly mit mere o Season If:.' (10 at the gate. farms of the country. There c ntradiction to railroad li.'.ie, notion to strike, it would be dif A walkout by the den tn.ui Ho whs at dilWent times in iWi.St. Status cf the Shoes. iUVi j,01 are big farms, medium sized his schedule will get cor.ii'.dit'- - ferent. " Kathleen anil her i.amma had Just l'nru during the peace ronf.rence. tists would be rather unpleas n farms, and even ably twisted when he s ship- ant for a plumber with a tooth returned from a luqqilns trip bringing J. .i. Jietcult, aurveycr, 25 years Home a pair of hoe for Kathleen, but nrceages. Lloyd George broko all precedents experience, lllue prints furnished. ping cream and produce lo the ache. jnly on approval. Cp"' arrhlos homo by signing the .eace treaty with a All cnlh answered promptly. Phone These farms are not produc- city consumer. nlder lter, out of fountain pen. It is Doris. Knthleen' 1S5, Stanford, Ky. not the first time ing to their maximum', because rurto<y ltnmedlntt l tarted to open that the gentleman Hut the whole trouble is ,so has created a DO IT RIGHT. KHlhleen Indignantly 'he paekneo. the owners can not secure the easily cured that it is difficult STI'AYKII to my place, n boar tines jou necessary farm labor. If they to understand why it ever be The proposal to give public Mid, "Doris,tniii:i Jiit lenve Uiok tbeiu slioat, one month ago. Owner prove mil; brought lloue; ma The German press is already pro it and pay cost of nd and keep. could secure the necessary he:p came a vexed question. It is lands to returned soldiers lonie on a furlough." nouncing the peace treaty "a scrap U. M. Purges. Paint Lick, Kj tt.e nfroape would be maVr'r.l-l- y sinirly a matter of phraseol needs a certain amount of of paper." What would the world Anglo. Sanons. iiicre:. td each year, and the ogy. We can call any time bed watching. It is an excellent 1'OIi SALE: be worth if promises did not hold nor About 2U0 ground KngleH. ivero a peoThe Angle one, if it does not operate to the ple onee located irIn n port of Hip world treuties bind? community would become ren-e- r, time, if we want to go to bed. barley sucks, ns good as any wheat U. M. llunress. nnd and belter, and more atlow kiioun h Selilewlg-Iltel" City folks can have what soldiers' disadvantage. Annually the housewife wonders Faint Lick, Ky It has been charged that the who armtnpHiiipil or Immediately fo. tractive to all people. they want without hurting the owed the Suxnn Into Hngliind, The why Providence has decreed that You want a job, do yi.;? farmers, if they prefer to start present scheme is to select land Angle are tielieud to Iwiv been tho canning a your old Hay geldroil SALK: cherries, making currant nore merful race, occupied We'll ttst your sincerity, work an hour closer to sunrise. lying in desert districts or in (he larger purl 'en of for they and they jelly, and the haying season should ing, gentle for women to drive, 15 Itrltaln, bands. Sound and in good shape. your good and the welfare of Make employers get together swamps, and to impose upon ;ave their iiuinc to the land, for out of nil come at once. W. G. .Murphy, Hubble. K tho renin. unity. nnd arrange that offices shall the soldiers the work of re- Bugle grew the word Unglaild. and the For some years the women of tho To each young man, out of a open and close an hour earlier. clamation. If this is true, it is Salons made Ihu word STRAYF.I) from my home on Western States have had full suf job, who is willing to go onto a Places that open at 8:30 and nn unconscious imposition. frage. In the middle states they Hoone Creek, three miles from Wood In Demand. on last .Monday, June 30th. nearby farm and go to wi.rk, close at 5 ::i0 can open at 7:30 The purpose of such a The unique tlmbr of Turkey and a nave partial suffrage, nnd In most of the Kastern States tliey just sulfer light sorrel mare 14 hands high, sadwe will run in this paper, FREE and close at 4:30. They will scheme should be to reward the few other localities Ui fine, dle scar, foretop trimmed. compact boxwood Any innot t6 enable the na- prized for engravings, rules,so much for the vote. OR CHARGE, a five lino want not work any harder, and they soldiers formation will bu appreciated. ttc. Is 'tho United States produces six and nd for two weeks. That ad will have more light in the eve- tion, or rather, that part of it low so scarce that th forest products J. C. Dunn. Ijincuster It, s tons of coal to evsry inshould secure you job with!n a ning all the year round. that did not go to war, to pro- aborntury In Wisconsin Is reeking VOn SALF: Thirty hc.id of thiro. liuerlcnn substitutes. Only Uie Florida habitant. You will be to glad to fit at their expense. There are loxnood nnd Ilia uahoo of Arkansas few days. mnlei and gilts; registered and cholknow this millions of acres of public land ind other parts of the South approach in July In December, even thoujh era immune. Weight There is no more dignified IMPORTANT TO about 100 lbs, it act mi a matter of comlenrly. OUier hardwoods ultnble for calling than that of tilling the ready for cultivation at once. price 30 cents n pound. plete indifference. Orion CherCOUNTY OFFICIALS. Give that to the discharged vet- irnne of tlm coarser uses Include masry King and King of Colonel's breed soil. It is the source from tic, torchwood, witch baiel, great The war department hai Issued a ing. I'leate call While unlltirnl Interest will erans; the swamps can be for stock previously which the sustenance of all life mountain laurel, tbornap-pi- e summary showing that If the war had engaged. and yellow buckeye. Uurdettc Uamsey. center in the primary election drained and the deserts irri- springs. continued through 1910 the United flBE 3E on August 2, JULY 1st SEED BUCKWHEAT New crop one-side- CRIMSON CLOVER WE are expecting YOU Bale Ties, Wheat Middlings, Genuine Kanawha Salt. Conn Brothers. I irnriri rr I be-ig- in 1 . rrrr hnrd-boile- I -- t,- -- nr, hoo'd-llum- I ! J e brain-worker- s. fresh-wate- 1 ; one-ma- r Anglo-baxon- bu-caste- r, three-fourth- Paint Lick Ky 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 10. 1919. SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 15. highway thru the county out of Fed- Beckham, one to Senator A. O. Stan-Icwere truest Wednesday of Mr and Mrs. Marcus White on the new Dan-vileral and State Aid. The plans and and one to Congressman Robsion, specifications will be completed with- a member of the House Committee rond. IN on Education, nnd a copy given to in two weeks. Mr. nml Mn. Milton Ward and vis- Campbell county, Tennessee, Jclli-cthe Central Record for publication. iters Mr. nnd Mrs. James Ward of Done by unanimous vote of the I Texas, were LnFollettc and Jackboro principal recent guests of Mr. nnd towns, 27 miles. Of the 1G miles Board of Trustees of the Lancaster .Mrs. William Clark on the Lexington from Jellico to LnFollettc nil but Graded and High School, this 2nd, owl. i miles has been graded with day of July, 1919, ' !'!aie call at my office In the Court CHATTANOOGA, TENN. The three I G. Davidson, Secty. highHopin and lit! your taxable property situation In brief on the eastern divi- seven miles of this line of the Ky, for this year, as the time t filed and sion of the Dixie Highway between way surfaced. Gangs are now at I.nncnstcr, The Smith Towner Bill creates a limited by th. Law DO NOT PUT Cincinnati nnd Knoxvlllc Is as fol- work completing the grade. Due to the fact that the approach to a new. Department of Education and authorA. T. Scolt. THIS OFF. lows : wooden bridge had not been com- izes appropriation for Federal aid to Garrard Co. Tax Commissioner. Kinton county, Covington county pleted, the tourists were compelled to education to the amount of $100,000,- T, I Ynntis return- seat, fourteen miles with six miles of Mr. and Mrs. rnise the floor of the bridge sixteen 000 annually to be distributed as paved city streets nnd Lexington Monday. concretes and ed home from inches In order that the cars with the follows. nf Mr. Ynntis will twu additional mites under contract. I The muny friends Deal House. The might pass 1. For removal of Illiteracy, wind shields removed of this county to be glnd to know that he is getting It is the intention From LnFollette to the An- $7,500,000. pave the entire mileuge of under. along as well as could beexpectcd. eventually 2. derson county line, n distance of 11 For education of foreigners, POOR RIDGE. r. and Mrs. M. II. Turner enter-n- t the Dixie Highway. miles, a surfaced highway is now pro- $7,500,000. principal Walton lloone County, an elegnnt dining, Sunday in honor vided. Campbell county hns $140,-00- 0 3. For health education, $20,1103,-00Miss Carrie 1'rcston Is on the tick of their grandson, J, II. Illack. Those town, eleven and one half miles morn In the bank to meet a like amount Miss tlesiie Turner U vifiting her present were Mr. and Mrs. John Illack macadam. This was a tolL road of Federal Aid allotted to them by lilt. 4. For preparation of teachers r, Mrs. John lllack. and son, J. It., Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie liought by the county at the Instance the state highway department of $1,000,000. Mrs. Itolcrt ItanUn of Danville is Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner, Yater and Mr. J, of the Dixie Highway Association. I. Foley. 5 For the equalization of educavisiting relatives here. Tennessee to complete the highway July 3rd, a little daughter. On account of the fact that the high? the county anil resurface the old tional opportunities, for partial payMiss Olivia I'reston spent Sunday edge of the thru Mrs. Tom Marsee spent Monday makii.g way only cuts thru one The first principle of money macadam road to the Anderson coun- ment of teachers salaries, for prowith Miss Arleleh Matthew. to secure funds with Mrs. William Marsee. is money saving. viding better instruction, for extendty lines. John Wnnamaker. county it is difficult Mr. Curtis Sanders of Nicholas for the construction of the road. Miss Allie Doolin spent the weekAnderson County, Clinton county ing school terms, etc, $50,000,000. ville is visiting Mr. Jesse Preston. Above all, teach the children to However, the county authorities' have seat, 19 miles. The highway thru this end with Mia Olfie Merida. This Is the greatest step ever unroad this Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Holton spent Mrs. Charlie Yater was the guest save, hconomy is the sure founda promised to resuface this county has been surfaced. Anderson dertaken by the Federal government year, (Irant county, Wllllamstown, Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Huki- I'res-to- Thursday of Mrs. Hoyd Turner. tion of all virtues. Victor Hugo. county has $25,000 to meet a like for aiding the states in education. the county sent, S3 miles worn maca amount of state aid to rcgrade nnd These appropriations will stimulate Owing to the dry weather, blackSir John Lubbock: Economy for dam. This county hus voted the surface two miles of the highway state and local taxation; but the bill Mr. and Mrs. Dillanl Simpson and berries are scarce in this vicinity. the sake of economy is no doubt twenty cent road tax which will give eliminating bad hill. Imby spent Sunday with her parents, in no way interferes with state n Mrs. Hen Smith arrived Sunday to mean, but economy for the sake of this county funds to improve. Mr. and Mrs. Less Hill. Knox county, Knoxville county autonomy or local control. I visit her daughter, Mrs. Uoyd Turner. Georgetown the county, Scott independence is right and manly. The Smith-TownMr. and Mrs. Everett Dunenn nnd Bill was endorscat, 15 miles. Surfaced in good ' county seat, 28 miles. $100,000 of Miss Stella Naylor sent Saturday sed by the Kentucky Press Associachildren spent Sunday evening with condition. Our philosopher says: The farmer. Federal and county funds will be with Misses I'lonnic und Savannah tion last week at its meeting in LouisMr. and Mrs. Harry McCluuah. that drives an auto but hasn't got j available for resurfacing the maca- Ijine. ville. Mr. und Mrs. Walker Ilurdette and mileage thru the county. Maude and Kannie Smith silo on his place, just thinks lie's Misses children spent Sunday with his parthat's all. Fayette county, Lexington county Sunday of Miss Ollie ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Napier Slier-ro- urre visitors '.seat, -- 1 miles. Entire mileage is of Merida Our philosopher says: Things arc , asphalt macadam has patrol system Up-To-Da- te. The Smith-TownBill (H. R. 7 ) Mr. and Mrs. William Walker were changin I mighty fait nn for . . .. . ., . 11. Duncan and litMr. and Mrs. I. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I'oy ter too. Twenty years ago nobody ' ami iuiiiin nun ..hum iu (vvcjj iiikh- introduced at the opening of the Jack and Jill went up the hill, tle daughter Halite It., spent Sunday County special session of the Sixty-sixt- h wny in first class condition. was afraid of the lly tin' they didn't W. S. S. Served as a starter. mi-ninwith Mr. and Mrs. U. (J. I'.athcr. is now building main roads of con- - I Congress, by Congressman Towner, Little Miss Ituth White is visiting even swat him. . They reached the top without a f ill. I'reston. I of Iowa, at the request of the Na- Krund-arcntMr, nnd Mrs. John Why? ' Mr. ami Mrs. Marshall I'reston nnd her Madison County, I'ichmond county tional Educational Association and Buys iat 3a mile!t- - Gradeil anil ,urfaced the American Federation of Teachers Success ' built on Thrift don't totter. family, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert I'rrstun llroaddus, Sr. Mrs, William !.nne and daughters, F. M. C. Up at Ited Hush in the hills of wjth the exception of 5.5 miles south has been endorsed by the Hoard of and huhy nnd Mr. and Mrs. It. II. anil were visitors of Mrs. Clarence Holtz- - Johnson County, the farmers got to-- ! is now being constructed. A well lUlpli I'reston. j Trustees of the Lancaster Graded and gether this past spring and organized surfaced road thru the county will be High Schools and the teachers of the Court claW, Thursday. PI.. i. call at my offic. In Mr. Charlie Tuttlc of Knox Coun the "lied Hush Pure Rred Hull Asso of Herea.'which is under contract and I Garrard Boyle Institute. The reso Houia and li.t your taaabl. property for thU year, a. th. lim. i. fiaail and ty is visiting his brother, Mrs. and elation". This organization bought provided by fall of this year. A lutions passed by a unanimous vote a $200 Shorthorn Hull. Since spring movement was rtarted a year ago for of the Board of Trustees on June 2rtd Con we lead the world in Thrift? limited by th. Law. DO NOT PUT Mrs. Henry Tuttle If we try we can. Miss I.Ida llronddus and niece, little two other Shorthorn bulls have been the construction of a new THIS OFF. A. T. SCOTT, follows: V HA Miu Ituth llroaddus were visitors bought and brought into Johnson Carrard Co. Tax. CommU.ionar The Educational bill Can we cause the cloud to lift? Whereas, County. liockcastle county, Mt. Vcition the (II. R. 7 ), creating a Federal depart Sunday of Jin. J. I Yantis. If wc buy v.e can. Mrs. K. II. I'reston and family and county rent, 32 miles. Of the first ment of education nnd providing Fed Cnn we im.kc ;ho II, h the place Miss I.wie Foley spent Saturday Mr. nnd Mrs. Clayton I'reston and 14 mites from the Madison county eral aid of $100,000,000 annually Roll Over, Bill, You're Snoring. for Of it successful, letter race, family spent Sunday with Mr. and night and Sunday with Mesdnmes Man. ray the scientist. I iln only line to Mt. Vernon, one half is of education, In the States, introduced Can we want and woe efface? Carrie Davidson and WmrSutton. Mrs. E. l.emay and family. IMng thins Hint ever steeps on Its gravel nnd 5.G miles macadam sur- by Congressman Towner at the open Plan. Suiel L'y rhiitt-Savin- g Mr. and Mrs. C. It Henry and chil back, t'erliup It Is from n feeling nf l'rltate Edd MoUerley who has been facing. One half mile between the ing of the special session of the Sixty- F. M C. overrent has received his honorable itren of hirksvilie were Sunday visi pride Hint Mime of us make m much gravel nnd macadam must be graded, sixth Congress, will soon be up for iioIm' "Inn Indulging in this discharge anil has returned home his tors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Wnrd, 'I he seed of cYn ereat fortun" in graded. Of the passage, and with the balance Mr. and Mrs. John llroaddus. Sr., friends are glnd to see Mm back. Savings Hab.t. to eleven miles from Mt. Vernon Whereas, The passage of said bill An.erica toi'tiy was the Livingston, 1.5 miles are surfaced, 9 will further increase the effectivemiles graded nnd .0 miles yet to ness of present educational activities grade. The convicts are at work of the nation, state, county and local On kouth of Mt. Vernon. From Livings district; therefore SATURDAY, JULY 12th, at 3 P. M.", ton to Rockcastle Rivera contract. has my residence TrusCampbell street, Resolved, That the . I 'just been let for $81,000 for grading tees of the Lancaster Board of and at will sell to the on highest bidder my I Graded crossing of Gauley No High Schools on behalf of this com- household and kitchen Mountain. furniture, 0,75 miles which will eliminate the munity and Kentucky endorse said garden implement, 3 incubators, provision has been made for the sur bill and ask its Immediate passage; brooders and many chicken convenfacing required to complete the! rond, and be it further iences, 1 buggy, 2 large heavy timberother than that Commissioner Wiley Resolved, That a copy of this res- - ed feed bins and Carpenter tools. has offered the county Federal and I olution be sent to Senator J. C. W, S. T. LEAVE LL. $ h State aid. No provision has been made for the bridge across Round- ' stone creek nt Livingston, or for the partnership bridge across Rockcastle River. A motement has been started fl FED OF 1 i to get the county court to authorize . Ml aWI usnw issuance of $100,000 in bonds to I the provide the funds to meet the Federal and State Aid. Laurel county, London the county seat, 30 miles. Of the 1C miles Rockcastle River and London, the first fourteen miles has been graded ready for surfacing nnd the I balance surfaced. From London to Corbin six miles is surfaced,' one mile being graded with nn additional .2 to ' be graded followed by seven miles of railroad grade which has been surfaced with limestone. The statu highway department thru Commis-- 1 uoner Rodman Wiley has otlered this county three fourths of the coat of completing the highway out of Fed-cm- ! mid State Aid. A movement is That'i reuon enough it' a StuJtbaktrt I lt?rned that Iruoa before you were born. now rn foot to rt'irt u campaign for And my father lrrneJ it before me. ii bond issue oi u raise funds in some There isn't njr "better" thn S:udcbker. way for the county's one fou'lh nf ZKttOWERS SITUATION BRIEF John Deere Hay Stacker, John Deere Hay Rakes, John Deere Pitless Scales, Brown Wagons, 75 ft. Iron Fence. On Eastern division Of The Dixie Highway J. R. MOUNT & CO. GUY. , Education Bill Endorsed. Mother Goose .Li. .... wv. Red Bush Bulls. If We Can Why Don't We. SALE. f f Buy it, My Boy, Because it's a sV I MM (HI There can't be. 1 read something In a newspaper the other day about Studcbalter wagoni, and I cut it out; 1 hie to hear, good thini about old friends. Uitcn to it: "Wherever vheeU turn wherever road are built whcreer com nr. .ft ? cleaves its way into the wilderness- anywhere in the world there the traveler from America meets with thnlt of patriotic pride the nan.e that it synonymous with vehicle service and vehicle value. Fine. titt it? And gospel true, too. I rememLer your Uncle William, the back in 1891, Ulling me how good it mado time he went to him feel to find Studebaker uagons in the little out cf place, and to find, too, that the nanl StuuVbaker stood jost as hijh over there as it did here. B But that isn't wfut I'm getting at What I mean is. that you'd be safe todav if you bough! a Studebalter wagon with your eyea shut -- you could be sure you were getting the best money 'i wor.n your dollars could buy. What 1 mean b, that the SludcbaLer notion of building the good ioned golden rule Into their wagons hasn't let down the thousandth part of an inch in fifty years. Don't rou se that riothuif rayone else may offer you can take the place I that downright positive Stude baker certainty? I rmrif all the wagoaa the Studebakrrs have bulk were strung out in mm invy v gv uvwu m mm uqacn uincs. never heard of one that didn't snake good. And Don't M anyone get your mind off that idea buy it, my boy, Aectnue it's a StuJebakw, the lost. W'lntioy county, Corbin, Wiilumis-- I I burg, principal towns 31 milei. Of the IS miles of tho highway. bs'.ween Cor'nut and Williin sburg, two mile will Le learaded and the balance re-- l tut faced, i Ini- was n pike road built nbmit' four years ago. From Wil-- 1 llninsburgho next twelve milet has been recently d and convicts and free labor are now engaged in ex- -, tending this" grade to Jellico. The county expects to complete this dlf. ficult grading by fall of this year. A ' bridge across Clear Fork has been completed but unconnected gaps ' where forces are working caused a difficult detour. The abutments are up on the second bridge at Saxon and ' tlie steel on the ground. A mott dlf- -' ficult detour of five miles was neccss- -' ary to get Into Corbin. The state highway department" thru Commissioner Wilev has aereed to eive slxtv I per cent of the cost of completing the k f it Electric Western 8c LIGHT POWER d Its exclusive features make trouble-proo- THIS type of Western Electric and Light is practically automatic in its operation a child can operate it Dependable electric service night and.dayfon your farm. - SceJhUpUntJnoperatioa, re HASELDEN BROTHERS I BASTIN BROTHERS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 10 1919. A Triumph of Toughness And. yet, the 'Royal Cord' pos sesses amazing buoyancy and life. CULTlVal ION NEEDED IN CORN PRODUCTION Early Obicct Is lo Promote Growth and Development. Methede Will Vary to Mef Require, menta ef Planting Prevent Weeda From Rctblpfl Soil of Molt. ture and Fertility. a (Prepared by the UnlteJ Flates Penan-Trecf Agriculture.) Approximately 100.WV.000 ncroa of corn In tlir 1'ullnl Stale nro iiniiimtly Kltrn two or more cullliullmn. rultl-Milie- u la. considered cwutlnl In tlio com production. Tlio pencriil purpose of cultivation I to promote the cn.u t h nml Intt r development of the mm (limit. Tin' uninl type of mill vntlon It somctlmca modified to meet 5k-Ihcondition, mill in retarding lie v ti'liitUo croivtli of the plant by cuttlnc tlio corn motx In early cultlva-HoTlio Kind of cultivation 'vlll nlo vnry to some extent to moe t the ri ini'nti of different mcthi da of Homo of tlio mot iniwful corn pruwir liccln their hefnre li r I'tnnt tlielr nop. Tliey chilm Hint n ilccp culllvntlnn of Hie Hill nt tli time li nt ni luueli nlne ai later u llvatloii. It mtta tlio Mill to mrm mote quickly, destroys early iil growth, nnd tueoroniti' tlio otal.le mutter more thoroughly Inlo the oil. Com 1 ciiltlvntcil to prevent weeds; from rohMni; the com of soil mol-tur- o ami fertility, to put the surface In the hot coimlllon to gtinrti rainfall, to mirm the nll Ty ilrjln lt nirfnco Unlckly, Hml In moisture l.y thrr't- Inc tlio cuplllnry rise to the wilt fur-fiw- OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS RcUnct mjm that M K teirtn with iteaktneit khlneya and dlieatlva orirant. Thla belnir true. It la eaajr to tillte that bjr keeping- - the klilntya and dl geetlve oatiana eleamed and In proper working order old age can be deferred and life trolunged far beyond that en Joyed bf the average peraon. Tor over 200 jreara OOI.t) MKDAIj Haarlem OH haa hemi relieving the. wrakneeaea and disability due In ad e Tanelng years. II la n standard home remeify and needa no Intro dUCtlun tlOlU) 1IF!I)AI. llasrlsm 1)11 la Inclosed In odorleaa, taslflesa capaulea' containing about I drora earh, Take them aa jou woukt a pill, wlih a amall swallow of water. The oil atlmulatee the kidney aetlon and enables the organ to throw oir the polannsawhleh muse prtmature old age. New life and strength Increase aa you continue the When completely restored, treatment continue laklnir a Capsule or two each day. H)!.I UEUAU llaarlem Oil Capsules will keep you In health and vigor and prevent a return of the dteeass. I not wait until old age or dlseaaa have aettlf-- 1 down tor good. Oo to your druggist and got a lot of OdU Mi:pA:, llaarlem Oil Capaulea. Montr refunded If they do not help you. Three) sues. Hut remember to ask for the original Imported HOLD HElMt, brand. In aealed packagta. That's .the secret of this famous tire's success. Hardihood that means many extra miles, combined with the luxury of easier riding. Let us put 'Royal Cords' on your car. They are the utmost in equipmentthe finest tires in the world. imirM Draw A Check for tlie money yemov e mid note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do liiuiiwss with ii men who lias mi account nt the Garrard Back L United States Tires are Good Tires Trnit Co like ay. tletler They know'he is doing buaineas H a Luire open such an account even It your allairi are not !ari;e. Thev wilt grow all risfht. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Dally Theugnt. A man'a own niter. '.f Inn. what ho finite eooil of, nml what he flni' hurt to pri of. la the tictt hcallh. tin con. I plilc vno Corn liiiuH lx cultlvntiil often eiiouah to kcrp down Iho neeiW nml to mahilnln u looe roll inutrli lmlll tlm erp has nttnlniil ll crowtli. To mt-M- y tliN ii prootcr nimiher of cut. tlvattoii will he neivwTiry when r.iln rt Interval of u week or m ckii the nirface will to rim tocelher nml em't. Till crt;t mnt he hroken nml Something to Worry About Considering lnw Utile H one aometltti- - - mmtlers If It Is a hungry rlekaiit's Mot eat lo email n IhlnR at a imiiiat ir a iilghtniHri' Culniajldun te Dally Thought took. then. Into thine heart as! wnic .oitieiiu Write Agricultural Kuieau. Wc wonder if ihiv nn fnrnee mat.- . ' African lga of fJrauty. In Africa a rmf) of the Mackmt. cltest elmeat hair lemtiiuinta make Bctt Method of lilting. a flrl the Ml of the kraal eirially Some trtit to luck name rrty nuoti II eke to primp, with utggv rje thick inliience mine nrorootUiei Ufw. a noee like an India rnbher exjret lfHiMrt(on but I he pere ami a ektn Hat Wwa like a cmkln; w.iliout rrrlni; r'o tinoei the wing of wllL Vote. HitUrt Kaufman. '": ?T75 I We know United States Tires are good tires. That's uhy we sell them. Haselden Bros. Garage. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville. Paint LickGarage, Paint Lick-& G. P. Wagers, Kirksville, Ky. J. From the Heart. Our f.norlle Iwula arc few; sloe only what rlw- - fr.to the heart rrexb-- ' c II, leini; rniicht ami oirrln mi Ike tongues of men wlttreoecr lote iiBal litlcra Journey. Alcutt. A irJt - r . w Funeral Lancaster, Director and It. Embalmer. Kentucky. I Office Phone Residence Phone 33. UNITED STATES RAILROAD TRATION Director General of Railroads ADMINIS- mulch festonil or excessive mid cvnrntlon will soon nih the crop of much-needemolture. I'roniptnos In relorins the toll mulch Lioca Manner. nfler cadi rain la of prent linixirtance. flood .mnnnerx. tthlch jrlve color t Tlda work run he rnihlly and Iiia: ex- life, are of preater Importance than pcnlely iK'rfiinneil hy " of doiililo a. lnvrs. which lire hut one of thejr cultlvnlopt whleniHl, nml hy driving The law touchea us here nsirldu each ultrrnntn row, in hy thla. ami there, hut manner, are about 111,1 practice the mulch la rcntoriil In halt everywhere, pervndlnz society like the the nccosary to drlva iialrlilu of time air we breathe. Rood manners as we ecry row. call them, are neither more nor les f'oni Miuuhl imt lie rnlllvnlcil so than cood behavior, confuting of cour. loni; us the foil mulch la In good condi-Ho- n tcay and kindness. Samuel Smiles. unl free of weed. Corn shouM not he (illtllpliil when the roll turn up In !ihN. Irenklifc the corn root nml pennlttlni; the soil to dry out to n erctiter depth than It would If not cultivated. Mill rnn-i'f- vena tin" Invention of John HnrrNon, willed tic recelod from ahout ITS". tlio IlritMi hoard of loniitiido J.VI.ono n n part of $10).(HiO which "they offered for many jears in u rewnnl for n thoroughly trustworthy timekeeper." Invented Flrtt Chrcnemeter. The f.rt chronometer of nny vnlns fr Enjoyment Spoiled. Ullle clrl'a nmllier hail Jnt Iwieli! her a hrlclit nil coat which she bad 'Homi ef Nympha. never worn. There helne n death In of Shlma. In Japan, Nrar the oi the family her mother ilres'cil her there ! a vlllase the name of which In It not hot to wear such I Japanese meana "The settlement of anil ileclihil n Irlsht coat, n put in nn old Mnrkj Nympha." Woman In thla tlllace l one. As the chili noticed thU alio .. Hie ireininlnant pnrtner. The chief enn lo cry and snld, "If 1 enn't wcai, tndntiry la nrl f.lnne and thn my new red coat I sure won't hare a women are the flahera. Tho men Hay I eomI time nt He funeral." at home and ilo the work. Have Rfeard far Lai'neaa. The TvNlea M India are alil to ha Hie latJeat peoile In lha worhl The men of the) houevtmhl rluh together to take hoc wife to ii.Hirt. aud then the T l t her il tk work. The Tmlaa lute reduced the simple life to the furmula: ! only what you tauat, and tery Utile of llial. Ii I Cultivation la Eiwntlil In the Produc tion of Corn. the t JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF TOBACCO STICKS HAY CROPS FOR LIVE STOCK flt $11. per Thousand Suffer? Mrs. J. A. Cox, olAl-derso- n, W. Va., writes: "My daughter . . . suffered terribly. She could r.ct turn in bed the doctors pave her up, and v. c brought her home to die. She I:d suffered so time, ifav- much at Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares are now in effect to various Summer Resorts . Many Farmers Unmindful ef Necessity cf Providing for Fall and Winter Feeding. ... ProAidlngl'Attractive Vacation'Jrips Following are round trip rates from Lancaster to nearby resorts (war tax extra). Blue Ridge, Ga., $15.90 Diamond Springs, Ky. $11.58 Gallatin, Tenn. $11.04 Irvine, Ky. $ 2.70 Maryvillo, Tenn. $10.20 1 Oliver Springs, Tenn. $ 8.82 Torrent, Ky $ G.84 Crab Orchard, Ky $ 1.08 Franklin, Ky $10.20 Hartsville, Tenn $12.70 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. Ifir V it A - ... YA gctiticrhcr." toAt CARD The Woman's Tcnfc gan: to Improve," , "In a Isw days, she be- , Cox continues, "and had no trouble at . , Cardul cured her, and vc sine its praises everywhere." We receive many thousands ot similar letters every year, telling oi the good Cardul has done for women who suffer front complaints so common to their sex. It should do Aire. ty the United Btatea Depart-nx- nt cf Agriculture.) The Ms.ii price of ruuh feeil cm. pliaslzca the necesflly of ull farmeni planting a autllclcnt aCreniro of cum mer fiirauo crops to eimhto them to prmldo lliiinnives with hay anil nlhcr wiishuRce for their lht stock durlnt; the coinlns scur. With the nhundaiici! of pasture anll.ihle In the fprlicllme farmers oftcnllmea nro un- inln.lful if tlio ncoofti-ltof prol..lmr Ig for that I''riol during tin fall Mheiu p.TPturi' will lit ilry, itr flurlni the n ....-,- ( lwa-- .. I a.a l.t.lt. ..Ill IH- III' aailli HUH.' HIM l.A- a.. IVVli Utalll' p V lihle. Tho county ugrnts should he con- nulled with reference to the avnllahll-- ! 1 Hy of seed. Where outside purchnea hate In ) made tho order should he e) placed nt once, o that tlio seed may 4 lio on hand to sow when the soil la In Bood conilltlon unil Hie scuson u not too far odvuncd. Amon; tlio several tnmmcr hoy crop for the Southwest sorjihum or ginliin crusM tire undoubtedly In mint fuor. In tlin soulheastrrn territory forghum nml cow pens, plunliil any e time heforo (he first of July, will a treat abundance of good quality rounti feed fur luiilea or entile. The county a cell I m ahould be contulted with reference to tiest crops for local coudltlona, method of plunllng and quantity of seed per acre to le ued lu different locallUea, (Prepared Tobncco sticks arc awfully scarce this year, and those who wait, arc jroiiiK to find it next to impossible to secure them at all. If you expect to need them, you had better get YOUS NOW. This is the only car we have bought, and we will probably be unable to secure nnotherioiic like it. A. H. BASTIN & CO. ivy I r CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER I Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Oyer One Half Million Dollars. ON "ROLL OF HONOR.' J. J. Walker, Mn. N. V. Trea. B. F. Hudson. President, W. F. Champ, Ca.hler, W. 0. Itlgney, A.st, Cachier. C. Hamilton, Joe J. Walker, Aiat, Ca.hler, Clerk. The Central Record. Lancaster, EUROPEAN CORN BORER MOST DANGEROUS PLANT PEST IN EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS Ky., Thursday- - July 10, 19 19 Two Fine Garrard County Farms J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. It I Oilica Hour, DANVILLE, -- ? KENTUCKY., Oppotito Gilcher Hotel. 8 lo 12 and 1 lo 8 p.m. 0 I) M. S jg V HATFIELD DENTIST Office, over Tha Garrard Dank I'Kont. Office S. Reildenca 376. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. J. 3. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Ofllr Over National Hank. Iteildence Phone 3. Oilier I'hone 27 LANCASTER. KV. AUCTION Tuesday Morning, o'clock July 15th, 19 AT 10 162 Acres Oorera Do Moit Damage by Their Work In Stalks and Ears. For Floyd Curtis k Ik tPrepared by the t'nltril 8Uts IVpart: ' AIIIioiikIi the female moth of the m.nt of Agriculture I The Kiirnpenu iirn fairer threatens Kiirnpciin com borer are capable of tin. future nf America's grcntest crop. llleht, nnd limy extend Rrndually the present, limit of the eit by natural In the famous "Camp Dick Robinson", known every where at most Thl illin liN triiili Willi tin- able (if u licnTiT In tbr .'lli'lit Hint spread, the chief dnneer of the conn'try's com rriip lien In .the possibility In- - l it f t the miit Inncrnni'. Travelers through this section can hardly keep the commandment "Thou that material infested i Unit lull )rt llllllllcruli'il frnin fori'lctl by thesuch plantmay be traii'imrted shalt not covet." Both farms front on the Mt. Hebron Pike, the Curtis farm just Inverts lii'lil tn the o'tn IntiilH of I'ncli Sum. ' mile from Lancaster and Lexington pike, 2 mile from Graded School, 1 Tin- - Innni', nr iHinTX, limicry n luilf-tHri- tbrouzboiit the country and start other sources of lufrstiithm. In order mile from Bryantsville, that growing village with its stores, churches, Bank, rut, tlinnrl tlin.iiKli nil irt combat Ibis danger It will be ne(es-ur- tn schools, etc. The Williams farm is just 2 mile farther on the Mt. Hebron Pike. of tlic rorii plant rirritlni; tin rixil", - tin- earn strictly to enforce all federal nnd state Either farm a DANDY home, in an ideal location. Liclc. Kentuokv ami rtnlki. nr Kpterrljr Injun-iuny Iiiiv.1 iuarantlues. prohibiting the trunxjH.r-lalb- i lln-l- r ami 'Hint illt't No other farms in this neighborhood for sale. They just won't price. out of the Infested area of nil iirl-ttbrjr nln nltncl; Mli plant or plant products likely to be 162 acre tract will be sold in three tracts; 85 acres with most improverlmril, b.Rii.. 1,1'vlB. uplniidi, irtK. tlx Isirer. ments, SO acres with tenant house and tobacco barn. 27 acres, no improvement'. tain, tnnintia4, turuli-.- , iin mII mh Infested byeffective method of destroyA most ibililhii., lirjuuillirlinilii". shiillnln'., Purchaser of cny tract will have the chance to buy either one or both of other I VETERINARIAN. errniilum. tlinntliy, other KruKst-- n ml ing the Kiiropeaii corn Hirer Is to burn tracts, each tract .with b'oad frontage on pike. w.'.hU. Two Krlierntbint iKTiif each all of the previous year's corn stalks, Call, Anlwtred Promptly Day or IMPROVEMENTS: 8 'room dwelling, 2 tenant houses, one large stock (urn stubble, irop remnant mid stalk J cur, mi Hint inullliillratloii nnd treuil barn, the best in the County with water and fully equipped for feeding 100 cat-ti- c, of burden plants, weed and larger NUM. TKo... 317 nn raplil. rwrlally a few nri may roulnhi the overlarge box stalls; one new tobacco barn, all necessary out buildings. by nulurnl imh'IhIck. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, wintering borers, Thl must be done The 85 acre Williams farm will be sold in two tracts, one tract of 45 acres ShtIhIIIii of Hi,' I'lllliil Slnlvn (if nKticiiltun. In I'lirnicrx' during the late fall, winter nml early with improvements, one tract of 40 acres, no improvements. The improvements spring, while the borers ure biding In lliillctlii 10IU. ilcrrllie lite ilanecr to consists of new 5 room bungalow, 2 porches, good cistern, 4 acre tobacco barn, material. Infested plant may Aincrlcan rum by tin- - iirccrtire f the such I,.. 40 acres in corn, 4 acres tobacco, 20 acres in meadow, balance in grass. SplenvHrscd of when practicable KiiruiM'nii omi borer In ruMi-Mmu- - Jiilvu I did frontage on Mt. Hebron pike; beautiful yard. A nice place to live. (liunctn. They .urniKe that the text I by feeding tlnin to lite stock or by n The 162 acres has 40 acres in corn, 10 acres in tobacco, 112 acres in grass. Fine, Cut Flowers. uua liilrilui(il In ruu' hemp liiiixirteil burying Itthem In be manure or comixist heap. clearly understood should Beth farrr.j.ri vcll watered. Curtis farm has a fine orchard, beautiful yard with In frnm i:uruic Ut ; that eadi and every plant likely tn be large shade trees right on the pike. omlai'e fuctorln, or Hlbly In hiitc ' lnfeted must l destroyed. This In- -' John M. of broom mni linlmrteil by fiiol(irle' The farms crc a good "Buy" for two families wanting to locate in same ftubble und upjs'r part III rrntrul New York. There lire Xt eludes the Occasionally plants or partof neighborhood close to splendid graded school and with other advantages. Inrludlni; nn the roots. timiiK in MniixiuliUM-itM- , B. These farms will be sold for the High Dollar. nren (if about 3".1l Kuare inllr. lufext. of plants which may serin hardly, worth the trouble to clean up are llkc-d I "turn down" Auction Sale propositions every few days. il with Hie lliecl, uhldi ban been I only contract ly to harbor enough Imrers to give rise, In the llinlla nf II original Infec- by for tho:e I know will appeal to the buyers, therefore, I always sell what I offer. the end of the ens,,n, (, nt many tion eirept for an oulbrenk iliacnx red The purchaser gets the benefit of my judgment as to values. Attend my sales STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. III January In the tlclnlty of Scbeuec-Inil- Insects as were prevent before the and sec how they are, conducted. We want to show you the land before day of deatiup operation began. N. W tvtrrlus au nn of OIVK ME A TJUAL. Burning Most Effective. ) sale. Get in touch with us. 411 inure tnlle. Complete- burning N undoubtedly the ' How the Borer Worka. Satisfaction Guaranteed. POSSESSION OF BOTH FARMSON JANUARY 1, 1919. TERMS EASY. The Inrrae, or borera, tuunrt ttirouch most effedlve and cheapest method known for the destruction of Infested nil parta irf the com plant except the DINNER ON THE GROUNDS. during the lute bbmuii root. Tbey onue the most material, espeeinlly W. A. WHEELER fall, winter nnd spring, when the vegeWill also sell a lot of personal property as follows; erbm ilaniace by their work In the Miilk and ear., bUb they partially tation latlend and dry. It may be nec 1 sorrel marc, 9 years old; 1 three year old Pea vine filly; 1 two year old DENTIST (ienerally tbey en- essary to sprinkle the plants with oil or tolnlly complete horse colt; 1 yearling filly, 1 yearling horse colt; 1 red shorthorn cow and calf at eucl and nrnr or to use other fuel to secure KENTUCKY, ter the rtalk at II l.ANCASTKl.. combustion. Where It Is (Wisslble and foot; 2 year old red cow, calt at foot; 1 red cow, fresh in the fall; 2 two year old the bn.e of the liiel, and at first tunOftic over Stormri Drue Starr. steers; 1 roan shorthorn1 bull; 7 year old jersey cow and calf, 5 year old jersey nel upward. Thla damace Menkeiit safe to live a running fire In destroying Infoted plants, lids Is the quickest cow and calf ; 5 extra buck Iambs and a lot of other stock and household and Hours 8 12 a.m. 1 1 i.m. 7:3"Mp.m, the tuxM'l Hulk that It breaks over be- means. mature., remiltlui: In fore the kitchen furniture. In some cases, particularly In that b of illrn and the Inik of normal This will be an all day sale. Come early and spend the day with us. of com, the Infestation may lie conBOOKKEEPING craln formation on the earn. Thei-feeding the grain do live Follow my sales, I will make you money. At each one of my auction Bislatts.Pkanerpay broken tan.eln, ib extnilon of aw- - trolled by field or TYPEWR1T1NO and dil.t-llksales the purchaser has either sold at a profit or been offered a profit within a material at the breaks, lire stock either directly from the stand-lMtlas ensilage. From the economic TELEGRAPHY tin ni(t contplcuoUN alcm. of infedln short time. this best rflLHRd.tMUr IIUIINEISCOUIBE Hon In the Held. Held roiintu In bailly (Induction. the some jsisslble menus of districts Infoled ii rciiv bate hIiiiuii na many us It Is common In the infested (if dairy owners for IK) per cent of the Mauri broken oer cows to collect fodder from the sweet In this manner. After dotroylni; the Iukm'I the tKirera tunnel duunnard corn plantings of the market gardens throui.ii the atalk, cradually Inrrenklne na well as from home pirdens after crop bns been harvested. Where the alee of their tuniieU lis they f(sbter should be run fill green FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Intend of entering the Malk through Is shredder orItcutting machine W. EMOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY., ii near the liniel many of the borers enSTRAWBERRY PLANTS, Look up the advertisements for sales on the 16th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd of before It Is given tn the live stock, us mid stalk ter between the leaf process greatly reduces the thl July. Also farms for sale privately. CLIMBING VINES, ut n xiliit lower down, null tunnel or donnwaril ncconllnK to their (bailees that tiny of the borer con ' POTATOES, SEED IndUblual preferences. When H'UTiil tained therein will turvh'e. RASPBERRIES, The pmrtlec of plowing under In-- 1 or iiiany Uirers ure worklnK within the fesied material Is not recommended. GRAPE VINES, Mime milk It mhiii Is reduced to H mere ,lii-M- . This Injury cuts off the supply because plowing, even when carefully PERENNIALS, I Found Road to Happiness. Muilngi of Martha. of nutriment from the dcteloplue ear done, will not cover the material deepHEDGEING huvo been a great ileal happier If Hi' wcddlli' ceremony Included, and trendy weakens the xtulk, which ly enough tn prevent the borers from I since I have given up thinking about making their way to the surface, and ( beside "love, honor and obey," "cook SHRUBS, eventually breaks over. .Some of the what Is easy and pleasant, nnd being Ids meals, wash bis clothes, dam hll ROSES, partly irrown borers leave the stall; .few stalks muy remain exposed. illscontented because 1 could not have inks, an' sew on his buttons," tlicre'd Kxperlinents In applying urseulcnl unil enter the ears tliroucli the huks, tleorge Ullot, ETC. bo fewer hasty marriages. j' my owp will. nnd iiImi lliruupli the stein and cob. poison to the kurfuce of corn plants LAWN and GARDEN. Here they feed upon the Immature have shown that lurgu number. of the FREE llluttraUd Catalog. crnln n ml tunnel lliroutli nil pans of borer may be poUoned lit tills manner during the early stage.. At tills period NO AGENTS. the cob. 1C tbey feed tn n slight extent on the Eggs Laid In Summer. In July nml Auiaist many of the surface of the plants, osjieclnlly on Hie leaf, plants. It wa found Impossible. EVERYTHING for ORCHARD tuoths (li'jHKlt their vps directly upon however, to protect the plants entirely the newly developed ears of late corn. In this manner, us LEXINGTON. KY. the number of lur The resultlni; crop of borers feed ut Virst u I 'ii the silk mid I lien ruler the ers not killed by the siNoii was suf That tired. mirti.nil ft;n. f. llclent to damage the stalks and ear . raus.,1 I. v i r. . .. . I . .. curs directly, where they feed vimi- severely. The cost of nppl)lug these Vuu need an iron tonle to rebuild clously upon the cruln unil cob. As v.' poisons Is prohibitive, because severut tiiiue quickly to tend rich, red iiiiiuy us lo fulbiirowit iHirers, eurli blnod rmir.lro. l,r, . l.n.l nro necessary, ond the iilnnit mi tiitli loin;, hate been found application Dry-Cur- e prosupply the element! that have Is not recommended. fcvdltiK Usui unil within u hlnclo ear method become exhauttcd. of corn. This cxti nolle injury to the sole-a- nd retreading-n- ot cess periqd of hen eel- - rcMilts in Its complete destruction, Acid Iron Mineral Some Idcu of this duniuKc may be Il prcicribed by phyiiciani inill tnilueil from the fad that "o phints, Unless Fowl la Eapeclally Good BreedI caiei wnere a tonic II InJicited, er She Should Be Dlipoaed of cinnirhlnx 17 hills were selected nt became il Ii the moit powerful ninilom from n binlly lufesled Miiskii. When Three Yeara Old. imursi iron tonic known. chusettx citii Held, mid nil the borers AM iros nln.nl 1. p r. paws' Sr sain. M (uasi a. Jum u ti ra, (rem ... found there n were carefully reunited The hen's greatest l SMara! Iks. Ims. Is Minimi.,! l'orty-sl- x (U sal, Iliuiwb drpoail la ih..M,r. w.,14 borers, on un period Is the tlrst und second years, nml (nuiitcd, anj la ais I. ts. rf4fa4 wits ctaaical, UYeriiKc, were fouud ill each plum. und unless it lion Is mi especially good Prf,airl labltu. will sh lajai. Blow-out- s. Millie one of the plants contained 117 breeder she should bo disused of ut is. sw, v, cans, rt..ilr rtvta. For the Treatment of Oct a bottle fiom your drug-pborers. One bill oinlsllni! of four the end of lier second laying Veiii-ot Tuberculoid today, take at directed, and plants contained It 1 1 borers. At the und before starting to molt. Maintained bv the Loulnille in a few diyi you will notice au in crime ruin of 'Id borers a plant, un V loii mw for improvement in your health. nrre of com could contuln (iter u mil- TOMATO AND POTATO CROPS the adequate ttvatmt't if tuberFCRRODINC CHEMICAL CORP. lion of these liets. The borers enter culous In ell Its it. get tt L it tit it Roanoke, Vlrclnla unit dumnee other cros mentioned Former Has Certain ml, Itatci I15.C0 prr veck, inqualities That previously In the sumo way us deFor Sale by all Druggist cluding; board, medl.-.i- l utttnlton, Make It On of Moat Desirable scribed for corn, hut usually In u livs laundry, etc Illh jtound com. Garden Plants. serious decree. In nddltloii In the acmjndlngtxteniUe vIhv. l)cllj!.t-fu- l tual loss cntiMil by the work of the luirounJinn. v.-.- .liit.-- , The toniulu is closely related to the L. B. holers, there Is aim the isr.lblllty that .ioUUni (:m UviImm- i t owaarr. '"w M some of these products, when shlpied potato, ami whllu the actual food Cumberland Grocery Co., Junction tb.s,. (sMaltl. I"U A. value of the tomato Is nut so great as tn market, may contain the Insect und that nf the tmlHfii. I, tnid rvrnilu thus serve as curriers of the pest to qualities lliut tuukt) It one of the City, Ky., WkoleiaU Dlitributori. DC IE 11 raV now localities. DCZ1CZ1C iu uat desirable of our garden crvps. 85 Acres For J. C. Williams M. J. PATRICK, DentlNt. nt Paint Or. Printus Walker grncihat Honaker Auctioneer. McRoberts. J. DINWIDDIE, i ! ii't ii lnrl NOTICE SWINEBROAOp The Real Estate Man H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons Have Tow Tires Mmk mmtW We use the Vulcanizing profitable J can half price. rebuild a tire at less than half of Hazeiwood Sanatorium 3500 MILES GUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on make of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Biiick Go 3F H CONN, Propietor. Danville, Kentucky. Walnut Street. rivrrr Hi -- i ;iWTJ,t; The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 10, 1919 I, FIDO, ill JR." AHERN By MARGARET t "trend seems to ! be toward motorized FARMS, ELIMINAIINu hi nunot nniUCD mil tinner iunm f- - ' & '4 Frf'"- (CVpyrltht, paw IH). by !! Brndl, McClurs ') Nsws- - Kor the third consecutive day Mar-- I Jorie Hill spent IS minutes of her nonn j hour gating covetously In tin" store ) wlndo. Ami fur the third time Lieutenant Ion Taylor, lunching alone at Ms rhib scrum the street, ntched her I I with growing rorlltj'. tifcu. tit pr .4 pos-f two paM srrrto strlpi t and a wowtxl stripe. van feeling rather boned after his stretMMtM oetlvltles of the Rt year. due TMs Nate at affairs nan to the fsttt that there IhkI nm rs Frl in cigarette, waiting ft,r bhn "over Ilk tnvl aroqsrd now fw the Drt smoke-hung- er terrt exactly does for tltiw tfKv Ms return home. I It was a fur ceot le ws loatttng does for cold he otlloiasnl, "or a at so earae-Mly- ." rose platlmm bracelet wntrh. ir do more cigoret.e colored evening gown I cwnW under smoke-spo- t" "touch it please stand It Hot It's a Mrd and animal store. I wonder If lt' a parrot or a Chesteri.elch do. They let. canary site wants!" ' While he watched ttie gtrl went In SATISFY. smoking Irriow you tide the tWre. Dan hastily paid Ms meal check and hurried across the Chesterfields have body. street lie, In turn, stared In the window at the miscellaneous assortment have been V.ns finer, silkier leaves of of livestock. best several varieties of On eme side some tiny white take properly blended were huddled In a sjulnnlng heap In full-bcdi- ed tobaccos, famous for a case. "No gjrl In her rlrht tnind would even loot at those thin:." was flavor. the lieutenant' sarcastic comment On the other fide of the window two no cigarette, except SATISFY is curly-hairedogs white, frlked around. "Inane pups," muttered Isn. jive you regardless of price. Chesterfields, "She doesn't look like the kind of a : Cirt who would carry one of thw toy j Jtjt'3 around." Chesterfield biertd. r In tli center of the window was an Iron cage, ami presently Its occuint dealer. Say "Chesterfield" to a suuill hut rcry fat Ilo-to- n terrier was thrust In unceremoniously. The girl Inside the store leaned over to play with hltn for a moment, and Dan 7 had a delightful glimpse of rosy cheeks and lirown eyes. When she left Dan followed her through the noonday , crowd until she entered a large bank I' building. A few minutes later the president of j the bank was (linking hands Joyfully I with the lieutenant. "It surely does make your old uncle triad to see jou " ngaln. Danny," he snld. "and If there's " 1 can do for you an) thins at oil Ills offer was uccepted with suspit cious alacrity. Dan explained glibly that he wanted to look over the contents of his tafety deposit box, and since hi right arm was still lame, possibly he could have the assistance of (lie of the clerks, for answer his uncle pressed a button beside his desk. A young woman appeared aIroot Immediately. Dan, maneuvering to a position back of her, frantically signaled to his uncle. The latter, hiding a smile, dismissed his efhclent emcsfmV with the tnoisturc-proo- f ployee with some casual instructions, ' Cbcster" iacke and asked her to send Miss Hill to I field's original frcshncaa him. JIlss Hill proved to be the girl of flavor intact. and the bird store. From her demure blu-- b as she acknowledged the Introduction to the eager lieutenant, he suspected that she recognized biro. It was arranged that she should work with Dan that afternoon at least; but he made haste to assure his uncle that the clipping of Innumerable coupons would probably necessitate another full day's work. During the afternoon a mlnlmam of Curiosities of the Calendar. business wag transacted by Dan and Astonished Daddy. Carrying Cocoa to the Coast. It will be found that January alwaya However he his acting secretary. Jnne Is having some illlTlciilty In set An interesting spectacle In the Afribegins on the same day of the week can Gold Coast country Is the transport tllng npon the proper title for het kenfound time to tell her of the big nels at his country place, anil of his at October, and the same Is true of of .cocoa, the bulk of the Inland pro- father. The other day she was piny April and July, Septerutxr and Decem- duce being carried by porters to the In; with one of his collars when slit buHdog favorite pet, the ber. Again February, March and No- railway. Sometimes the roadways as tore It. Just then she heoril, hlni comnamed "Old Ironsides." "He'll try to I mean, he could eut that little chap vember also begin on the same day of far at the eye can see are one long ing upstairs, and rushing tn the tor In the blrdstore In one mouthful," said the week. This, however, Is ouly true line of cocoa bags on the beads of hun- step called In distressful tones: "Oh In years of daddy. I has tore my hubble's collarl dreds of carriers. Dan. And Marjotie confided to hltn her longing to possess the "little chap." She told him how she had figured that fire dollars was a sufficient sum for such a tiny puppy, and how she had b,een sating up a "dog fund"; and then of her dlsapiKilntment at learning that the small dog had a roost distinguished and high-clas- s canine family tree being a direct descendant of Illngmaster I and il(s present owners refused to part with him for less than twenty-fir- e dollars, s pj Needless to say, the puppy of unim peachable ancestry disappeared from the ator window the next day. When the president of the bank returned after lunch that noon, ho found an unI expected visitor tied to his desk, A note from Dan explained the situation. It read at follows: "I am paying my charming assistant, not in coin of the m realm but In the original way you hitched to your desk. Don't dare re-- j cultivamore him. He will be called for at j exto fill, 8 o'clock." Dan's uncle viewed the pup with u j quizzical smile. Fortunately, ha liked dogt. too. "I suppose," he remarked fine thoughtfully, "that you have to be fed moj-- or less frequent Intervals, like at Although pardon my , all Infants. 1st, rudeness, old man from the contour of your small anatomy you don't look ' at though you had room for a drop more." An excited office boy wat presis ently sent out to procure tome milk for tht puppy. to Then, still holding Dan't note, his uncle sighed and addressed the pup again. "1'erhapt you understand. Fldo, diJunior" a vigorous wagging of minutive- tall testified that Fldo, Junior, understood perfectly. "You have been the cause of my nephew coming In PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. her end Uklog my best stenographer." polti what the deuce does that mean? If a that It means that NEW thing what a drink your ycur thirst water cf than must To satisfy, a the must the taste yau That's what they aro And here's why TURKISH the with their DOMESTIC r.c.infl With (mri-rM-- 4 Sma.I Tra.tar. d the UaHed SUts Dtesrl Html ef Aarteulturi-. . J tt Hue Because no cigarette c:al:er can copy the your en something that of Twkitfidnd jC I GARB TTE S Domestic tobaccos -- blended MW W J V am FARM for' SALE m 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 90 acres corn, 30 acres meadow, about 300 acres ted cellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything in state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for delivery. January If one or two good men want to buy a farm that will make money and 'one that now ready to plow, call or write, or come see me and I will show you something worth while. Italy, la' tier net posing to tax btcbefan. Traeter Shows Develop, in I!"' He tractors were exhibited at tie iiii.il i laud show. It was I" iiitihe Ihe exhibition n ' feilttfe. hot fsHnrr to find suit for 1 4. mint; ceii"l the Idea ante Not until WH t.i be nl nnAmcd. enillilrt on a hsrfe scale nttenip'eil In the I'u'trtl Sra'ea. Then a demonstralietd at 1'renwnt. Nti In tion nhbh !fl mannfactHrers rrhlWtiil trartor. 1'min thls time on a national traei.ir iteHitstratlon liaa r Ivebl each sumnoT, with an immWr of maniifartHr-r- s s-Hh- - lacota. In rertn niitll at tlie last show, held nv luces Montana, and the (Vinwllan In Salma. Ksn.. In 1M1. orr 3mi of the N,rtlive"t. Here were forniil were entered, and SO tmnufac-torer- s of thoiitil bonamui farms werirreemtriL A winter of oens, one crij) of wheat "oem-Hroat whlc'i mec'lnr Is held earh farm. paylnc for the entire nnd rtannf- - mrrrs of tractors tracts, slretrhlnc away far miles larte exhibit. This show has lieen In a lvH and nsilimken i4ln, nnrnl In Kansas City. M., f:r the pat held wliseh wen- - MillaM1 cnnMlhxi Various local shows are four jrisirs. thev nnmmiilh steam outfits writhing iut on emh swamrr. and since Iflfl many lii". Ihc.e have mntlnaeil throughout the Several fadr bad a lsirUic on the summer, t sinning Ift Texas and ewe of tlnulng aorthwanl. In March, 1(119. thej "Mttire f steam a elimination liwer for plowitte awl tlx Ulltii-Ho- first large ilrmnnstratlun of the yiar of the Inti msl was held In the Snath at Macon, (la., which shows that the S.ulli Is alive to tlx- iwer the isissll.llliles of tractor farming. The fwl wa tIVr fur , on rVgures stxl the limi.' trsnnllli-dThe MIowiHg ki men the itirfB was smell. S-- ral liiw the rnirt'iwHH growth of Ihe The strum enzlw as traeter Industry In tlie cwmaara-tlvel- v wen reijoltxl. then ennsirwtnl ronhl not staasl tine lime It lias been In existconstant strain and rxtwa tfsatr neces- ence: i to sary In (ilosrine. It was in machijcert PAnt roKErt. omsldi-ralilsin-m- i tlm In rc ami 11 ARCH M, UA ltj-- c Jn-- t as Is reia)reil by the rail- mj U,"' road Inciwmthi after a fire or sin Itsl IsH Jl.n hour run. I'AIIM IMt'lf'tlC.VT COSTIIOU UNIT KI FTATBS ptP.MtTMn.ST Qt' AO- How Use of Gas Engine Began. IIK'1't.TUItH There was n demand by nfcralor tK r. . for n machine whlh would bi away tni ciiu . Interest m iioas with llioe dl'advnntaae"MANt'PACTfHKItS WTIMATHn I'llO. was shown by various manufacturers IUTTION. dlrecttil to- m . and thHr attention :n.at ward the ilevHopmcot of a machine At previously staled, there was estinslnc the Internal coinlmtln enrlne. mated to tie between t.i and .VI Anns AMarntly llsi" was tlw flrt year Individuals nuking or attempting that n gas traitor adtrrtlssd as a 3r nmke'trnrlora In !!,. The office smer was plaeel on of farm sonrce of managenienri 1'nlteil Stale" the markit Tills machine employed department of agriculture, has always eiialne, nlne naw-lina rioiibliM-jllmle- r Inkept In touch fur wer and oil for co4ln;. It dustry, closeIhe rileswith the tractor and show that In !!" had a rating of z: nmnlnal and W there were lirj Anns actively engaged actual brake horsepuwer and wa rapabln of pulling six to rich! lMmli In manufacturing tractors and 1G? Arms plowsfdependlng on the ioll. The gin and Indlvldnalt planning tn beIn the near future. weight was practically the same a Character of Tractor Changed. that of the steam engine. aUiut nine ' In the beginning the tractor waa contons. While operators and one-hal- f were not satisfied with the steam tract- - ' structed to simulate the steam engine As time passed and market, there was then , In apieantnrc. ors on the prejudice ill'npiHureil many refineconsiderable prejudice against the gn tractor, so that mnrhlm-- s wrre rniilt ments tisik I'lare until today It Is a which lisikeil as much like n steam cuiiiwct, will built machine capable engine as possible. Perhaps this fart, of Hrformtng a tiiultlttnln of operato some extent, tendril to overcome the tions Tlie first tnuchliM'S were heavy, prejudice and make for the iiopularlt) nmgh affairs, capable of pulling eight, ten, or nmre Nittoms. It was soon of the outfit. Ily liS so much Interest was manithat If the liiistittry were to throughout the Northwest In the propcr it tmichlne would have to le fest gas trartor that It was derided to hold built which would lv practical for n motor cotnirtltion In connection with fnnns. Tlie result was the Industrial exhibition at Vlnnleg Ih it small inathlnes enme on the mari:t-1Canada, During the week of July ket, built to pull t oi and thro plows. this contest was held, the This Ijpe (f trnrti r npprnlnl to the I first of lis kind on the American con- - small fanner. The -- e nre n .v.- - mere two nnd fllnent. Machines were exhibited b;-- i live companies; two other companies three plow iimehlnes bnllt than of all entered, but withdrew. The rolfs of other slr.e combined. Them nre, howthe contest limll.il the weight to seven ever, n number of . tnpatile--i still maktons tn keep out aleum ing n l:irgi4tc tractor, whlcli la still nnd one-harigs. This rule burred one gits used on the bU: fartiM of the Northtractor, at It weighed nine and one-- ' west ii ud Ihe l'ac'lle c.it. ' half tons. How Trzeter Was Transformed. Early Tests Unsatisfactory. I'tuni ihtf rough imuhlnci of ItXM The tests upon which linal award and lima with tlaglu cylinders, chain was based consisted of hauling, plow-- 1 drive, en -- I gears, excessive weight, exIng nnd manipulation. Some of the posed working parts, nnd poor acsoli conditions were not Ideal, and a cessibility have been ilrvrlopeil mabad Impression vrnt given In tint haul- chines of light weight with Inclosed ing tests. The barred machine put working parts, friction ami various on n private demonstration nnd Innde gear drives, electric fixtures, radiator nn excellent showing, using kerosene, cooling systems, cut nnd hardcued except to warm up the motor nt the gears, multiple rllnilera, air cleaners, beginning. The significance of this kerosene carburetors, one-ma-n control, contest was that the weak points iind mensy nccesslhlllty nil tills ut wero shown and that It started the u price of one-ha- lf th to of the de'elopmrnt of practical motors for early machines. small farms. Owing to varying conditions, there In lima a similar test was held at are two tjpes of machine on the marWinnipeg and six companies demon- ket nt present the crawler and the strated machines. Tim contest was uluvlat type. The puriHiso of the. dhlded Into four classes; (a) Internal trawler l to prevent miring down on combustion 0 horsepower and under, soft ground. The principle was (b) O30 horsepower, (e) over 30 rmplo'cd by tanks tn the late war. horseiwwcr, and (d) steam engine. Tho wheeled tractors aro more numerThis contest created much Interest In ous and employ various devices to manufacturing circles, and many man- ownln traction, such as lugs, crouters, ufacturers were present to obtain use- spikes, cleats and extension rims. ful Information, which showed that Again, some wind lmo a device givthey were alive to the possibilities at- ing a stepping arrangement, as In the tending the development of a successl'-- T wheel, which was developed by ful tractor. two Italian army engineers. A few To Winnipeg must go the honor of .tractors employ both the crawler and starting an 'Idea which has done a w hetd. treat deal to "develop the trartor InAs yet the tractor Industry Is comdustry rapidly. These testa were the paratively young, and what l's ultiforerunners of others In various sec- mate itTect on fnnulDt will bo It Is tions of the United Slates and Canada to say. few hut M bit tlf sttll tMH tn BsanufaHnee" wul'h can hr snaall tamers' ,ntne ratSH-- d hj Die IMMthh'tlnn f all ! par-itrkrtnr- - that ran W " on fi'rnis of unrfir ire tillnmlr!h able ncrv". Trior to ism fwetrriHy all tow''' plowin was die by -- teem, if Huts' tm any tnrblne In laae at that time e implnytnc an the rvr as Its wsrf" of mr-ir- . i"prlit1y lia never ler.nw a mattrr of reeonl. Steam pWnrtrnr h" In vofHe for a ef years. tarat lrattThr fr rrown tmntly rf trader etir. In itTml-- 1 a "" Held I In that Imve ir'vcn farmers the opiwrtn-nlti.rk of seeing then" msfhlnes at n 'he merits of the Hi and dlvl.biHl tr.ii-f.-r- s ' elr '! niler l" 11 ci4tlai Tle Jrr fr otllln ht r.ni !, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 10, 1919 i mm NOT NEGLECT I . DO HERD BOAR ' Management I art in It Important Railing Strong, Healthy Plot Deserves Beit Care. Jillin liM.'niim, I JL, Hush up against a listening' post and youU get the Prince Albert call, all right I You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and get so much tobacco joy out of every pult you wish you had been born twins! For, Prince Albert puts over a turn new to every man fond of a pipe or a home made cigarette. It wins your glad hand com- U B a HHP your smokctaste 11 That s because it has the quality! WAV I Pm V M.f.tfr 'ght behind this quality flavor and quality fra- en"Ke!s hrince Albert s freedom from bite and parch wnicn is cut out by our exclusive patented process. We tell you to smoke your fill at any clipjimmy pipe or makin s cigarette without a comeback I Toppy nd tof i, tidy nd lint, handtom pound and half pound tin numidon and that dmr, practical pound crytlal gtau humidor wth tpongm mi(rn,r top that kttpt th tobacco in eucA perfect condition. Winton-Sde- " R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., N. C by the United states Depart, ment ef Agriculture ) management of the boar Is a Tory lmMiiiiint part In tlir; rulslns n( strong, litnltliy pigs, nnil inio lilr-l- l Munition's neglected, He should be tin' most valuable iinlmnl In the whole of herd, niul iih such tleservc tlir TIio I'onr should In' itr attention. tlinsod from n bnisler of pure-bre- d ii ts when between eight Month it , 'tic year of ngo. Jl.my bricdcrs, purihnse n boar when n wean lliijr pig, hut to In- - successful In nspilres wide experience nl.il sound Jn'tm npnt. Aged boar which have proved their worth can sometimes be purchased nt n It l much safer for mi breeder to Imy mi old, no live lionr Hum a young untried hoar. If possible, the farmer should visit the bird where the hour wim raised nnd note the conditions under which he win lired. At nny rnte. It In nlivnyH possible to obtnLll from 'the hrcislcr notes on the health mid kind nnd umount of feeds used, no ns to serve im nn Index to his subsequent treatment. arriving nt the farm the boar should he unloaded as noon as ikis-slinml placed In iiunruntlne to e guard against the Introduction of Into the herd. If he Is louy It Is well to trent this condition nt oncit III feed should he n continuation of that to whldi lie tin", heen nccntnmel, feelln: rather lightly the first few (lajK until he rernrero from the strain of slilpplo; nnd becomes Hrcustnmeil to hl new Biirroundlns". If It l not feasible to continue feedlnc lis previously Indicated, the rhnnse to n more convenient ration should be made very crnilually In order not to illstiirn the appetite or health of the (i're.ared Tli THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR lct The Chevrolet Motor Car is in every respect. Built foi service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "3aby Crenel" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. t'm Endurance. Endurance, not llcetness, wins the race. Never Blve up. Keep away even thoucli everything looks hopeless. Many n innn bus failed to achieve both fortune and fame because be Inst coursye Just ns be waa within reach of thim. What J on de-fimny be only one stp ot.cad. Keep pilng. Ant Dev!;f rr.tnt. Ants l'no dcclopeil notblns reor.mlia-tlon- . motely r. i i,iblluB ;ndi!-.trlJicuy unueces-ar- y .neliiIons have bei n dniun from comp.irlnv neuter (uiiileelo.(d female) ant workers with the UiniHiMed uoineii of mmlern A .uaiiurlson nltli child Industry. Inbor weuld le truer. Tor nnt work. eri are nlnj?i "bnnser" forms-stu- nted creature nbo hute no economic opportunity to crow up who are forissl liy family neeeit to ventii.-ture out for ft ml u.uh full Dally T' Write tn the ml" he ear clean nf'n Unllet. nd let. Cousin CI1I "When a man thinks he has Irft nl ..mil nt home and takes It nut of hlf nrkct to see If he has time to co back for It. I should call that man Bruoacr bnir tm rtid wis "Ah nln't puiH "i dls yar rontle,' ri ., . il viiinbone, " mo' dan "but Ah reel.on he it ' w!v er a sartln onmeit'"ri h"' ' I" -- ' fmnscrlpt. military tralnln' N'" only this but by vote of the Assembly a letter of introduction, containing a copy of the resolutions, whs civen J. It. Blackwood and O, R, Sandord, state organizers, appointed Han- by Federal Director Witoun of St. Strong Labor Ortniilion at Ixiuis, fur presentation to the indivinibal Adopts Strom Rotolutlon dual unions. ' Urginc Subordinate Bodits The organizers are this week per To Cat Bahind Cam. fecting workintr organizations in carh Boar. Champion Duroc-Jerse- y j J? union, and the Interest in the movepaigns. Not only arc antmnl. As a rule, a pig 8 to 12 ment is widespread. -responding. months old will be in proper breedLabor in Hannibal. Mo., it aolnlly the meinl rs of the union ing condition when received unless be behind the War Suvinc Campaign. but the members of their families are' ' has been very hrnvlly overfed, in pledge can's an.! pract.c The Trndca nnd Labor Assembly, flllinc out purchasing an older boar, particularly which it made up of the delegatca ing the doctrine ef Thrift. CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN 0. CARROLL one which has been in the show cirfrom each labor union in Hannibal cuit. It Is often necessary to reduce Democratic Candidal For tn J bis condition before attempting ami Marion County, Inst week were Dally Thouc'it. breed. With some animals the breedemloralni! the on formal record a s,'md lontprn) and irixsl GOVERNOR ing power Is permanently Impaired movement by the adoption of re lb wry sinews of lriee. by ton high condition at some time In He Can Win in November. th lr life. The boar should be well feil but not fat, as u too high condition makes hint Inactive, n slow breeder, nnd n rather uncertain sire. After the breeding season the lionr should not be fed so heavily, aud , should have n wider ration, that Is. one containing less of the protein concentrates anil relatively more corn. The ration nt this time is practically the same as that fed the brood sow when she Is not producing n llttee of pigs. He should hnve llm run of n pasture it quarter of an ncre In area In connection with bin paddock. Here he can exercise and obtain much of feed from the forage, or In the . bis winter when the forage la consumed he may be fed on alfalfa or clover fcay In connection with the grain ration. Keep the boar healthy, glvo him exercise, plenty of rough feeds, and keep Mm In condition by varying his supply of grain. Under such conill- tlon little trouble will be expert-enie- d In getting n normal boar to ppn- dueo large litters of strong, healthy pigs. Labor Endorses Thrift Movement. ' Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR Napkins. Table napkin w,ie In ne long before some of the other nrceMrles which we consider lndlp"nnble today. Ib'fore folks nuee to !e known, men had tn ne :rr,'lr Bigers In tlnlr fowl; briHS' the ancient 1,'routli. hnbll of fniiueiilly passing the I is ii .if vj.u r und Its aceompuny-tin- : It i ipkln for wiping the bunds. Dctcln "Pr!pectlve.', tjicr. ik!V tlmi forks were Yv :. f ii (.1 nt 'f.ni ibn rim unlit the seventeenth invaiilng thai we i.o: .i. loi car, ! far abend. he.Noinl the appar- century. ent biiet. to linatfmsl ticiititle still fiiit..i r in tl: d'stume. llun) peoOld Nvme fer February. Hi'., pi isH.tlte; they ple buie The old Ilrltons gnve tl.e nickname sv only ibe entile and slmilnw waI'l'dyke" to I'elirnnry. nut I isnusc li ter In tl Mrcxrunml nnd. stopping tn Is particularly wt month, ipe ner dabble iheir fut In the II rM plcnsnut irt" nilnfall being the bast nfunj luvlraliiui to enFi and eenliH. they jiiiomli in the'jear. but bemiie thf lose the nl anil Hue of the deep melting snow on the hills inures the pool, and fi'ri".! furthir on. content rners nnd dykes pi overflow. Winn l.i '.!. even l!i,e-- e Is a superabundance of snow and to sin; nt r i, li forgetting tli.n 'liey nine brtil n uihit J n'n In Pibruary There Is too much ol vlslun of eastles of iieeouiillslia:ent. . w hal would be a gornl thing In modern t!oii nnd Hoods where they ure least Umbrella Improvement. It Is the little things which nta!: for perfection, we are told. An Imen-tn- r Cbr.d, Dem:r.o:s for li has ptrfected n device u liclt Jiieilnoes for the blind nre inlherjj shows a taste for perfection. Inc !(,"'.;. Herrgnlr'ns the nissl ofg No one Is. unfamiliar with the trln of ' '' !" ,u":'l!."'" ers 'ill' ill.4 ..i'i a c.t. h wliiih Is ustsl snugly .piiesi! l'1f': the tbieis ii.' I In.' Ii"i"l When pi,KMsl "Uiek nnd forth remllni Hie In wlr.il up closed umbrellas 'ho umbrella Is open this piece of tape . on the face of the dominoes. Inugles and pvcdulates In a way tbut t i inventor has given us a set of Inii'uloul billy Is ufft'lislw to the dignity ti rinckliig pbces. The mortise "Joint Jf some. The Invtntor In uuotlon lias Jier'-is- . them hold together m matter made nn lnciit!ou which pnivldes bi'-- i muih they nre brushed around. means of stowing awny the I'enilunt The number on each piece Is Indlcuicc! Into the Interior of the opened um- ' by the niled heads of bras tuckv brella by means of a sgspplug device. cusily rend by the touch. ri 4e n Banking By Mail Safe-rPrIvat- Convenient PIG CLUB MEMBERS Some PROSPER mm ft . Have Dcen at Work tong Enough to Have Porkers for Sale and Make Money. Our A' Investment is Guaranteed 'by us. Wilto today for Information. The "Cltlien" I tho largoat Bank In Indiana eicluslvo of Indianapolis, and i safely and conservatively managed. besides being under U. I. Covernment supervision. Let the Covernment be our go- between by using tho Mailman. will be sold in Lancaster and Garrard County exclusively by (Prepared by the United States Depart-- I ment of Azrlculture.) l'lB club members In Florida are working tip an Industry among themselves. Some of tho members who have been In club work long enough to have some pigs for sale nre disposing of their stock to other club members. One club boy has sold $100 worth of pigs to club members this Another, who Joined tho pig 5 en r. club two years' ago. i now furnishing pigs to other members, and sayi he Is glad bo went Into the club work, und believes that every boy and girl who can do so should Join. ATTENTION TO BROOD Citizens National IBank, 4f BOlM CVANSVILLC INDIANA sNCAHbV WALr A CKNTUUV IN 7lG ffhRfamgt (jfcAINlNcj PROCESS IBrP THE Ktrj yott m WW) CHI-NAM- IPS. !!1P lpofs I PP" IN YOUR LOCALITY SOWS After Weaning Hsr Pigs She Should Kept on Pasture and Fed Qalnlng Grain Ration. He tlu- - limnla onerationi anyone tin apply beautiful lurdvtood effcctl over old soft wood or picviouily finished lloori. doors, woodwork cni furniture. Wailuble: bcclproof; looks and wears like real hlriSooJ riniih. Coitslxut 3 cents per squire loot. Directions on rich can. Lcara to grain is J luinuici at STORE 4 tll KINNAIRD BROS.f Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. The sow having weaned her pigs, should be kept du pasture and fed a gaining grain ration to build up her and system and flesh for provide nourishment for the oncoming Call Utter.' tf CMuiirsl cuwiltou tnuictt th horn. ll wJt t4 to ppJjr. crvkt J tttvril .or mtr ffij Os-KqwilitrfinUIi lor vrfytJilri h lIiimm UJ by our wirii piucu. Cuitiir4 lot CUVCIANO, O THC OHIO VAMNISH COMPANY, McRODERTS DRUG STORE. i s The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, July 10 1919. TO PROTECT LOCUST TREES FROM BORER? nil i!liilti Plant In Thick Stands to Produce Shaded Condition. With Underbrush About TrunU Trees Injury by Insects la Less Protection Is Needed far Very Short 'Period. of ' TTinh Blood Premire is preeminently the disease Hlj JfX of hustling red blooded American Business Men. Too close confinement to business, working too hard that'- the way ho usually looks at - his own case. He is partly right. further back. But the real cause lies In ltU rush to succeed in business, lie baa neglected bi digestive system. "Oat to Lunch; back in ten minutes," has too frequently been liis programme. Now bo is paying tlio jienilty, not of work, but of Most cases of High Mood Pressure, physicians tell us, Iiavo their origin in long neglected constipation. a- ,Y Devonia, the American .Medicinal Mineral A ter, is preeminently the water for American ltusiness Man huff- iA ering from High Wood rresstire. It cases has been k systematically successful in these that many physicians have como to rely almost fetllll Takes Hablejpooaful St! Devonia to Glassful of water. I!.U Cfficsti Eaul'SjpraiM wholly upon it. Their reconls show patients restored to sound health. 5fen rejected for insurance have been made incurable. It eliminates the food waste that lias been poisoning him. Yet, unlike purgatives, oils and pills, it is not a drastic cathartic. Ka.-- in oction but thorough, it induces regularity, tho first step toward recovery. It supplieK the stimulation that Iih Inuiness concentration iWllffli has prevented Nature from supplying. Devonia comes to you just as it flows from its natural source a thousand feet un derground, without alteration or condensation in any way. A tab!mHonful in a glass ( of water is the usual do-In a quart bottle there are 64 average doses, making the cost about one cent nnd a half each. You may be on the road to High Blood Pressure. He warned now and send for our booklet, "Giving ltcd Wooded Men a Chinee." It will show vou how to know vourself and tell you what Devonia hat .done for others. y t e. For sale by most drug stores In the city. THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO, Incorporated, Owcn.boro. Ky. I'ltjie send me your free booklet, "Giving Red Blooded Men a Chance", discussing Pressure and its baneful effects. Wawr Owsnsbor. Kr. LvuUvti; BuiJiLaa OftKt HIS I Uotm. CWt1a4, Oat. Huh UlooJ. a4 B.nl.M rUal, Urw., Osm LatN ' , In- If your Druggist does not have Pevonia, write to Exclusive Office. The Devonian Mineral Springs Co corporated, Owensboro, Ky Retail Drug Trade supplied by their Wholesale Druggists. O'repjreJ br tha tJnlteJ Btstej Derailment of .Agriculture ) I'lanlntloiis of the locut tree can be suncssfully protected from the. borer mill kmwii profitably on n comiiien-liscale If the trees ore planted In thick lives, so stands or lulled wlth-othc- r us to produce u densely rhailiM conduring Ihe llrst ten tu fifteen dition of jnn. IntoMlKullniis of the Unlliil agriculture deimrtment States sliuwfd that fMtv trees W.-r-e by iHirem In tracts which had bi'ii pruned iHTUslonnlly or ehwely or In lilrh lire had killed out Kraxed. the iinderbriili. thus destroying the iinluml shade pOHlinvd by weeds nnd hrubbery. The denier the underbruh about the the trunks Of the lrw, the le daiunse ilone by lurrs. Trws iinrn-lii- tf fnuil twii to three feet niart were vehlniu Injureil, while tienrb) Ixdateil tri-ewen- - riddled by bonrs. All trees nnd all part of flu tree lire not ubJet 111 the same ilenree to Nttaik by the borer, ltnutli Imrk pro-ldlt crevice In whhli the liorers their eccs Youna trees, less to two Inches thin nne and one-hallit the base, are not nltatked unless the b'ark Is rotuh. On yi'imcer trees the Ixirers lire found lit the base nnd Trws with lie.ir nnisli rrotehes. trunks more thini five or six Indies In dluineter rarely nntaln the Insects, tin such trees the larsir bramlu-- s nre lnfetisl; but such InCMlllOHiU efHillttll to llo jury Is nnirli harm. Protection from lin-r- s neressary for only u eouiiar.itlel l Imrt period durltie the tree's kmwiIi. t'lid.T Ksl snwlni: ei'iidltlons tills lime idiouhl not eevil ten years. The bcut Is widely planted fiie U orniiiiieulal nnd llade puries. Is hlslily delr;ibe Ihthiim It KMws In a VHrtely of hiIU nnd situ-m- i Ions. It prows rapidly and forms u shnHly ertinn when planted In the imi, Hut It Is frequently uttnd.sl Tills Is lnaue shade by borers. trees are planted slmily nnd In the open, thus furnishing faornble tsimll-lion- s for attack. Young borers ran be killed readily by the ue of an arsenical "prny. Sprajlns will be neeessnry only eery bndly In two or three years mile festisl trees mnrliy nre not treated. n rule, (.praying will not be needAs six Indies In ed nfler tri-e- s diameter. Trees of that site nre usually Immune from nltmk, but should be watched. lK-ustmake sud( desirable shnde treeo that they xhouid not be uek'leet-ei- l and allowed to become Injured or deKtruyeil by borers. The Increasing value of blaik or yellow locust for many puroes makes It u jirotltable ttw to grow eouinierilally and em phasizes the ImlMirtunee of jirotevtlng It from the iMirer. FOR INCREASED TOMATO CROP MflUEYS CM three brands sealed in packages. Easy to find it is on sale air-tight everywhere. Look for. ask for. be sure to act WRIGLEY5 The. Greatest in Goody-Lan- Name d Iff (f sznz?&zaa?ziujzf SEALED TlfJHT iMIBSS'ilVSril ?T KiwHT III IJU " 1 4 K ' jM:hwsuW The Flavor Lasfs Spasmodic Sermon. ' RklDC. crossed lines Telrphnnely cross words. eart.to Moroccan Charm. Morocenn we time n reelpe for The up. rlnnlug back nffeetlon. clous wife draws n line of honey from nnd isdleets the drl-- 1 forehead to rtdn Icings. Tlun she rubs the Hp of her tongue with a tig bnf till It bleeds and I,.. ... uli.. ..f .nit in ItiA l.truf. This she mliet with the honey and t ills the loe in Hie erring jiusnanu a food. Dally Thouaht. Valor cousins In the rrcotery. I'.merson. ser of self. ' I Steel and Iron. Steel la n kind of Iron which can hammered out thin without rkslly be cracking' and enn be made extremely hard by being heated and then fooled quickly. It Is different from ordinary Iron because of the. amount of cartma In It. Wrought Iron contains less ear hon than steel and so It cannot bt made so hsrd; cast Iron contains mors and so Is brittle. Altar vs. Halter. Said the facetious .Viler: Attention Lamb Shippers. To assure prompt movement of all live stock from Central Kentucky points on the Louisville and Nashville Rail KiSad, arrangements have just bf en completed .for the handling of live stock from stations between Rowland and Richmond, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train leaving Lexington at 8:35 P. M. Schedule is as follows: exacts a wcddluic iiTriMfinj, "Nobody to gu Illustrations Show How Supports Can 0 Constructed to Hold Plants In Position. It Is usually neceMury to attach n vertical extension to u large number of stakes In the.toiiiuto patch lit certain stages of growth. The exti usious are first prepared by drldng wire nails Into them, so that Hie points of the palls lire Hush Willi the surface of the opHilte shle, as In Klg. 1. linen piece Is then llttid Into his. Iron Hon and held by an ordinary through without ii'lilnli." Why Many Fail. We limit the success of. our nun ork by our Indolence nnd lack of fiilth more than nny outside circumstances limit It for us. It Is nut lack of lul.-ii- t as much as lack of murage und effort that circumscribes our i.sefulnes. Kxclianse. Founding of Siberia. In 15S2 YermnV. u Cossack chieftain chosen warriors set out tu subdue with wcrful Turtur tribe cost of the a Urals. Tsar Ivan IV wnt orders fur the expedition to return. Hut It u tuo Into; Yermak and his men cap Hired tlio city of Klblr, the (trnughold of the Tartar chief, nnd this city become the nucleus of Siberia. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! f AND LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. Ky Lv Rowland 11:45 A.M. Ky Lv Gilbert 12:01P.M. Ky 12:15 P. M. Lv. Lancaster Ky 12:45 P. M. Lv. Hyattsville, Ky 12:55 P. M. Lv Point Leavell Ky Lv Paint Lick 1:31P.M. Ky Lv Silver Creek ' 2:00 P.M. ' Ky Lv Duncannon 2:25 P.M. Ky Lv Fort Estill 2:10 P.M. Ky 2:50 P.M. Ar Richmond CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. Ky Lv Richmond 4:00 P. M. Ky . Lv Red House 4:30 P. M. Ky Ar Winchester 4:45 P.M. no. go. Connects with Ky Lv Winchester 4:45 P. M. Ky Lv Wyandotte 5:09 P. M. Ky Lv Avon 5:21 P. M. Ky Lv Fenwlck 0:20 P. M. Ky Lv Montrose 5:55 P. M. Ky C:30 P. M. Ar Lexington CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 Lv Lexington Ky 8:35 P. M. ' ' Ky Ar Louisville 4:00 A. M. The Uourbon Stock is located on the rails of the L. nnd N. It. It. at I oulsville, and live stock can be placed for unloading ln"ncdiately upon xrrW i, thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling Central Kentucky ship, pen to market their stock the day after loading. Ship your Lira Stock to Louis villa, tha South' Greatest Markat. We aru equipped with machinery to do all kinds V IXUNAIO i I rwTiBOri, i AUTOMOBILE GAS ENGINE M1 Z 2) . ' , REPAIRING 4UPPOQT a s Helping the Tcmato Plants to Get Up in the World by Means of Length-eneSupports. train I Southern Optical Co. Incorporated Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittin- , clamp, as In 1'lir. 2. Holding the of u Hat Iron iigalust tlio bottom siasu'. will Kteaily the support while the nulls' I urn ilrhi-- through and clinched. This device will help lu getting every top slick "plumb." Jumes, M. Kane, In I'opular Nclenee Monthly. SPECTACLES EYE AND GLASSES USE EFFECTIVE LICE POWDER Always In Order In Ridding Fowli of Insects Kerosene Will Exterml. nate Mites. i i We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. battery charger We have installed and are now rcaiy for battery chartting. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, ira3 engine or farinjng machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Kngine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too largo or too small. Wu also carry a large stock auto parts for Fords ami other makes of cars. Wo handle the New CJasolina which gives more mileage than any Grown other gasolino on the Jlarket. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction On all makes of Automobiles or ICiitfines. ;f Krjptoki luws.blo Artificial Eyes isirneji u-- guaranteed. t ath A Chestnut St. LOUISVILLE, KY. X THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. (Prepared by th. ITnll.d Btstas Uepait-tneof Acrtcultur..) flit free use of an effective) lice pow. ili-- r Is alwiiya In order. A dust bullil Is very essential lu ridding the fowls j of lice. Whitewashing Is uzalust vermlu. Use kerosene on the. roosts uud lu the cracks to exterminate I uiltea. . Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. L'"1 iiifj'iiiMSjrt-slirlir-lr t"'H,t" itf ' The Central Record. Lancaster SPEAKER GILL- ETT'S STATEMENT Presiding Officer Of Lower rlouse of Con gross Tells of the Nation's. Needs. The following ia n signed statement made by Frederick II. tJillett, of Massachusetts, Speaker of the House of Itcpreicntntlvcs in Congress! "When the Unite. I Stairs entered Into the great world conflict the peo pie were nsked to lend their dollu.-- s to help defray the war bills. The in' ttrest on these dollars which wefs in vested In Liberty Honds and War Savings Stamps consittcd not only In ir creased return of money, but in sorre thins more concrete. The money lent to the Government during the war helped to bring victory, the most .precious dividend ever declared, and that victory. Is shared by all, even by thore who did not lend their money to the Government. "The (5o eminent is still In need of ob funds to help meet our post-wligations. If victory means any thing to us as Americans we should nil be willing to do our share in meet ing the obligations incurred In nchlev ing that much desired goal. The divi dend to be declared this time will be possible because of the victory won. It will be a dividend manifested in terms of ships bringing back to us our brave bos who tiled that we might live, in terms of Increased happiness und prosperity nnd economic stability "Il Investing In War Savings and Thrift Stamps we are not only help ing the Government itl a very eon xrtte waf. nut are dsfog it by helping ourselves " Natural CwHeCftr-sMr- Ky. Thursday, July 10, 1919. MAXIMUM SEED FOR SALE One Tenm of youni? mules, Two rooiI driving mares A few SINGLE COMU BIJOWX LEGIIOKN hens 330 ACRES LINCOLN COUNTY LAND AT CROP IS URGED Seeding of 1918 Was Lost in Many Sections of Country on Account of Drought. CONTROL OF CLOVER FLOWER: i unl l octet I.IUERTV HOVDS CEtTED. Hex 27J, est Method It to Destroy Larvae of First Brcod Adults Do Nat Live Very Lonfl Watch Horses Pas-turlen Alslke. ,r. K ERLE C. FARRA Lancaster, AUCTION WEDNESDAY, JULY 16th 10 I ANGUS-LAN- D O'CLOCK. will tell to the highest bidder the first class and highly productive farm of S. B. Sanders and W. S. Carrier, on the Ruth Branch pike, near Hubble, 5 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 buyers from three county seatt. Make inquiry of thete farm' ers and you will find this is 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 boore day of sale and we will "bunch" two or more tracts if you want to buy it that way. Main dwelling, S rooms, porches, etc, one 3 room tenant house, one 5 room tenant house, 2 stock barns, 3 new tobacco barns. 35 acres in corn, 20 acres in tobacco, 10 acres rye and grass, 40 acres in wheat stubble, 1 10 acres Blue Grass. 20 acres orchard grass and clover, Everlasting water. Sec this farm before you buy. In the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky. Close tc school nnd churches. Mott centrally located. Sale made to dissolve partnership. of 'n r ol . in.l I he Inttltna i.r iTr.'. it" ' "M the Wstvt M.ce Thi i 'nut has neii hswui "' ii p'-- t hs l l "My goods are on the counter". What is the use of further description? Look them over. Attend this sale and get one of the bargains in land. This will be a money maker for some one. I Possession January 1, 1920. ( I I V Easy Terms. rtlll:- - ii n mersTTWtt 'I he old ml(il chimney Is liiln- - t and np thrmtgh' Its eenter on of the !. quick growing trec--s the tr. id sprung, spreading Us lirati' l Hie I'.p or III huge rhliaiify ami ii now In full blown. u.lh wi-t- Hon SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Look up the advertisements of my auction sales on July 15th, July 21st, July 22nd and July 23rd. IPrersred hy (lie United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) liven If there should lie n pood sen-'o- n for clover, the crop nf seed cannot he as large us thp country needs, because thp seeding of IMS was lost In a (Trent ninny section through lroucht. It Is desirable, therefore, Registered Aberdeen An-rj- us that n maximum crop Ihi proilueeil If possible. The methoil of controlling Cattle for salejanytlme thin clowr llower midge Is to destroy thp Inn hp of thp first brood. any age. Also regisThp either se, adults that have lived over winter tered Poland Chinn Hogs. Eifl tyre Iny their eggs In Hip flowers of Hip firt crop of ril rimer. These adults A. D. BRADSHAW, i!i not llp very lone, nnil If the first crori cnti lie kept from producing bloom jWALKER BRADSHAW. n In ii the niliiltH lire 11) Ing, or If the Lancaster. Ky.? . blooms enn Iip cut lieforp the larvae iiiHture, there villi he ery few. It nny, Adults to nttiiclc the second or seed crop of red clover. Details In regard of t to thl mutter can hp found In Farmers' Ilulletlu 071. Seed From June Clover. Jt Is sometimes desired to pet seed fri m thp first crop nf June clover, nnd this mny he don hy pntitrintr the i'ioxt henvlly inmigli to keep down Iho l.limni until the latter part of Mny. At this time- the Mock may hp taken T; nnd. Ill that cae, the Juno clover l,' ecd lit iihnut Hip samp time as ilo mammoth i mmlly docs. However, c hp common practice Is to. tnkp n crop o of 'lay nnd allow the second ciop to nmkp seisl. When this plan Is fo. lowed. care will have to he taken to midge In control thp rimer-flowe- r with thp Instructions found In rurmerV ltultetln 071. Danaer In Alslke. During this month, also, formers their horps on nl'lkp clover hoitld keep watch nf tlulr Bnlmals, STOCK FARM ".r ceecca:s,coos3 Dr. j.w.wflDer Chiropodist I FOCI DOCT Special ''4! ' cltcrticn fjiv- - 2 S Physlclsns' Oath. piirt of tli Ilipinitle iwtli Is n "Vt Imteser. I" eonnwtlim followsprmtlee. or not with my pri.f-lm- il C"irni"ctlmi with it. I mny ei or hear In of ron whWi might not to In the In spoken abroad. I will not divulge. a riH'kon.ii.- - that all smb. should l kept nvret ' This wlh Is nnivctoU by ocrv . rt Ii. ill world and rurp-l- y Indeed rms It rr been IiihIumi by a rcpulubic itivi-lan- . A Tsiiifesa S en to all troubles of the feet. DANVILLE o s 5 g Gilcher, Hotel every Tuesday and Fridty. I Club Screens School. Home Demonstration club work in Henderson County Is flRhtinu the fly. Is benrini; This tamtar) campaign fniit. At o meetlnK at Staples, in that County, the mutter of screenlnc the rrhonl was taken uo ami iliteuss- eil. One club member donated the) screen door and every other member present pledged herself to share in i the expense of screening the windows J This club plans to have this work of lone In time for the opening school. mm 'r.t a v.apsn cf wn.nl that prows rapidly easy conditions, r' .1 yov have a wfctn tliat ranntl stand aausive v. ?.;r. Nature ' m hurried sliitls her work, like man. Ii .t build one as Thornhills are built of tcujr'i hiphland oa' nrd hickory that proves mounta'r: f.'d' that survive '.,",, i.,ioii t':e r Iv af'cr a ceasrlm 'r with foil and then you have a wr on almost wearproof. TKe toup'i is endowed uitli double strength. u. Let us show you the Thornhill wajens and explain the value of the Thornhill way. RICHMOND Building, Oldham Thursday's only. STANFORD e a o n u (i Saturdayjonly. MMMNINHNNIMiNHO BUILD A Good Field of Timothy and Clover Hay. With a Large Part of Clover. OneDrop .- te d u-- oj Boys Buy Bank Stock. Marshall County has n banker who furslj:htcl, especially when It cemes to the cltiiens of tomorrow A recent report to the College of Agriculture contains the following: "Hud o good meeting nf the boys around Miriidngham Saturdnv i.fter-nooT'ie Kumer there, Mr M. I.. Cox.Vho is 'Innnclng the uhven dab, made tho ''ys a propov li.ti that struck me as fur sighted, lie U contemplating increasing the lapitnl stock of the hank in order to give thosu boys so inclined an opportunity to become stock holders in his Institution. Ho is doing it solely as a constructive business proposition for tho boy nnd tho bunk. Club work hss emphasized to him the Importance of the boy," Is very L V W. J. ROMANS LANCASTER, KY. "in..., 11' j Si . iST' I'M "Iieclnlly those having white fuces nnd white feet. A number of Instances have been reported where horses have been polkoncd hy eating nsllke clover. mew Inances Imve nwn numerous enough to show that nlflke clover has a detrimental effect at certain stages ' Unfortunately, ' of Its development. nothing Is Known yet as tn the reason of this effect, but tho fact that It does occur Is suindently well established to war nut n wanting on the part of I the department. When hnrws feeding on ulslke clover are observed to have Minn around the face-- and mouth, they i should be Immediately tnken vff the ulslke clover and put upon hay or n sni pasture. This will euro the RIDDING 1 BurbonPouItryRemedy A Uf -- 2 drop. In th. odrrcTcntiwhit diarrhoea, cboicrm and cbxi diicuet. Oct 60e. bottle mike U glloo of medlcin. Ftnt boVtl. SI llon. At pric 11.20, drofftriaU. or ftc- -t by m-- U poitosX Ccurbon Remedy Oo,, LInston, Ky. YtCt UAvCiO otr REPUBLI- CS20oo ;te "l REPUBLIC Chasis only SlflOO 2Ton ling wheel base stake body!; CHICKS OF VERMIN FORD Express body Express liody Worm Drive Little Piece of Lard Rubbed on Back of Head' and Neck Is Quite Ef. flelent Remedy. United States Department of Agriculture.) Head lice on chicks Is ono nf thn drawbacks from now on. S& let up S4hO FORtTChamDrivt Sc-fl- Prfrar(l by the i Harry P. Kelly REPUBLIC 1010 At Death's Door. "I was talking with my neighbor, Air. Webb, the other day, regarding the grent trouble his stomach had given him. Ho said ho tuircred 7 or 8 years, and had been almost at ilcath's-doo- r u number of times from f acute indigestion nnd bloating gas, which teemed to shut olf l s heart action He said ho woiili'irt have lived much longer If ho hidnt IEemedy token .Mnyr's Wonderful when tio'ilid, which made a well man cf him." It Is n simple, harmless preparation that removes tho catair-ha- l mucus from tho intestinal tract which anil nllayi the Inflammation chum a practically all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, Including appendices. One iloso will convinco its t . 'Uitii '. iI7V- -i IVTJlSV ' syi 1 1 IV 7A A tJAI IIS tn flghtlog these pests hould he allowed. There are ninny remedies on the market, hut.n little lard about tho size of ii pea ruhlied thoroughly on tlio back of the head and neck U MiMclt-n- t til rid the chick of these pests. This hnjild be done ofter dark on u dry, warm night. I'revlous to this tbeciHip, hen or brooder should bo thoroughly attended to. FEED AND CARE OF CHICKENS Department of Agriculture Has Issued Circular Which Will Be Found MOTOR TRJJCKS GiIUsTATSfclimall.Ct Important or moniy refunded It. K. McnoilEKTS, Druggist. Un- Adv, caster, Kentucky, (Prepared by the Unltnl States Department of Agriculture.) Now that hatching Is over tn many sections und will be over very shortly nverywhere, the real liuortant factor is feeding and caro of tho youngstem. The department of ucrlciilture at Washington Issues u circular on "llrst t'aro of lUby Cblcks," utildi Is viry helpful. The undersigned liereuy B'Ve to nil persons not to trespass upon tur land; for nny purpose wliatevcr ts we will prosecute all offenders t Ihe fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially 'akt notice. It. U Blkfu. Mrs. Cora Phillips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. 1 Hackley, Mrs. Emma Iligglnbotham. &ld and N. B. 1'rlce. B. C. Itlgsby. . D. M. Anderson, 1'&J" ' w U. L. Barker B. L. Kelley, J. C. Itlgsby. POST E fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 10. 1919 NSli SPE LS DES TICIM auto-maiically I am writing a combined policy that should attract every tobacco grower in the county. It gives you protection in the field against HAIL, and in the barn against FIRE, LIGHT' NING, WINDSTORM AND TORNADO. This policy covers your first load into the barn. For instance, if by chance you should happen to have a load in the barn and a storm arises with hail and lightning, and your crop is destroy-ed.i- n the field by hail and your barn is struck by lightning (this happened twice last year) burning same, you will collect for damage done by Hail as well as your load in the barn. I also wish to announce that I can now give you $200.00 an acre protection in the field against Hail. Several have asked for this and I have had to refute until today, but I have it for you now. HAIL RATES. $50.00 limit per acre in field for hail alone at $4.00 per acre. $100.00 limit per acre in field for Hail alone at $7.00 per acre. $200.00 limit per acre in field for hail alone at $14.00 per acre. COMBINED HAIL, FIRE, LIGHTNING, WINDSTORM, & TORNADO RATES. $50.00 per acre against Hail with $200.00 per acre in barn for three months at $6.40 per acre. $100.00 per acre against Hail, with $200.00 per acre in barn for three months at $9.40 per acre. ' $200.00 per acre against Hail, with $200.00 pec acre in barn for three months at $1640 per acre.' From all available indications it looks as if Tobacco will be as high .this year, if not higher, than last, as few planted as much as last while others not any at all, so why not spend a few dollars and protect you. Policies co into effect at noon (12 o'clock) Thursday, July 10th, so act at onco. Either phone, write or ice me at the GARRARD BANK or KENGARLAN HOTEL. FARM LOANS If you wish to borrow money upon your land, I can accomodate you at a very reasonable rate of interest. All loans are strictly confidential. AUTOMOBILE LOANS. If you have your special make of Automobile picked out, whether Business Truck or pleasure car, and have as much as one third to pay down, I can arrange for you to pay the balance in monthly payments and give ydu a year to do it in. Why not en joy your own machine when you can purchase same on these terms. EVERY GOOD BUSINESS MAN CARRIES INSURANCE ARE YOU A GOOD BUSINESS MAN? It does not cost you any more to Insure in a good strong and reliable Company than in a weak one. Investigate the CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO., of New York, with a $10,000,000. capital. Ask a man who carries a policy with The Continental or a man who has suffered a loss with the Continental. I WRITE Fire, Lightning, Windstorm, Tornado, Hail, Accident, Health, Life, Burglary, Plate Glass, Bond, Mail, Live Stock, Automobile, Fire, Theft, Collision, Property Damage and Public THE TREATY UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE CO., SOLICITORS Will Protect you. Charley Thompson and Smiley Hill. R. THE PEDDICORD T. GENERAL, INSURANCE MAN- - Old Slsry- nt our hmie for n menu f bat wuu kl ninko tor plain living and ' clear tdnUng. ami "llicy save in an alligator iar salad villi tmiiiegranatsj seed am) Thousand Island drenlng. Grand ltaplds I'm. s We akei Thf if BRADSHAW MILL, Not Guilty Here. "Of all the Iff :i.- - I inmplliui-nt- i Miss Jewel Prcwitt spent Saturday designed to keep mere mini In n happy frame of mind." remarked Hie face night with Miss Maud Whiteed tious philosopher, "the one admit a Mrs. Cecil Humphrey and children man delng li.unl v al.oul the house li were with her mother 1he week end. the vtrt." Indian. iik' Ntw. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Prewitt and chilI dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Prewitt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stephens and little daughter, Lucille, were visiting Mr and Mrs. S. N. Sanders Sunday. Pleas call at my office In tha Court Hou and list your taxable property for this year, as the time is fixed and limited by the Law.. DO NOT PUT THIS OFF. ' t A. T. Scott. Carrard Co, Tax Com. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse East and dough-,ter- s, Flora I!., and Martha, spent Sun- -' ttty with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sebas- -' tian. j, "OH, IF FCOUID BREAK THIS COLD!" Almost ns soon, as said with Dr. King's New Discovery Get a bottfo today! The rapidity rVi t ..!t tHh family rsrwdy n ncvca coughs, colJi end mud 1'ronchkl atucla is whit luu Lept ita poulirity ou tho lacrcasa year by year. This standard reliever cf c&!Jj and coujhinz spcUe never loses ft lend:. It daes quicUy and pleasantly what it b rocommendsd to da. One trial puts it Ii your medietas cabinet as atsclutely iidispensible. Said by a!I drcjistj. The Ci&foafoy Yea i tl-.- a About Bowels Usually CloSficd? Regulate them with cafe, fortabla Dr. Kind's Ken Correct that biliousness, sour stomach, tonrjue coat, tin; tha bawe!lossin sure, com- Life Pills. headache, by elimia-- I HERE a Li of cultivator? cn rnar!:c. Some ara noaJ cl!tcr3 net co coed. But there is one lint rieailv every i"u;.Tt hs hcuj .biui kafior-- i Every-, No. wet Jbb Culiirabr n, used t:i It.'eniationa! Na. A ia in Jor 'tic'camvorkntidnaay opera-toLverj ujin tlut lua s 'm; c.: H or eitf uujht ti put lum in i!u field with a are l.o will u t 1.'. Lmou at a ciun ;A. You C4fl Mf 'oo':c J rev a . X Usn out t'w t fill In a wy that I vili sumnsa ym. ,!Ki t Ux j.ise the wheels pivct the pansa .Hit with no sti,fl.t tneSsi of the foot. Ear;') It is lhi simplest cultivator you ever rode on. eu can chinjn ti. j 1 l:.v .ar.z wi-wAoul utopyina the team. Just atwisloi tha tn.ti. eo!y to ut:.! cur If dint we am 11U ttretddng tha truth and Thy tlu.i , j ever MT. HEBRON Miss Ucrnie McntKSntery of Lancaster I' at home for a stay. Mr. J. II. lean who has been on the sick list is able to be out. Miss Mollle Grow and Mrs. Muia'ie Traccy of Judson attended services here Sunday. Miss nettle Scot tj of Klcholasville was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Grow. ay , . Mr. and Mrs. EramRogers of Cinguests of Mr. nnd cinnati were the Mrs. W. U Grow, recently. t i. a.--.d tS alio ta In a&ti tk lau-- iibo.it Ida ru y other exclusive a o fct cur t.iliipla o! U10 Na. 4 la to coma BECKER & BALLA'RD BryantsvlUe, Kentucky. CARTERS VILLE. Mr. ami Mrs. Jumes Hamilton were Rain b, the guests of her parents Mr. and la AuMnillati Hi . 4 Mr. Jerry Millar who has been very a pisthod for itii rala- Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Sunday. . ill with typhuld fever is better. nt Inc large Mrs. William Crawford and chil'. wltfe Mr. 1). L, (labbard has gone to higher strata nf Hit dren of Sulphur Well were the guests moisture. Mississippi to spend a few weeks of Mrs. James Crawford Sunday. Mr. D. M. Carter sold u nice mill-coMr. and Mrs. Klisha Forbes of Unwisi to Mr. Preston Ward for $flS. lln ly to were with relatives here Satr There be thow MA. Mury Smith of North Carolina urday and Sunday and uttended serInto great vewfii I rush is visiting her brother, Mr. J. M. as It were. tt vices. t ..ireful lmlt'r -- ituatloaj ! I and nliuullw,sorii'i Miss Jennie Kogcra and Mrs. Fred Smith. nor hatlnj rounlcl son, Welch were with Mrs. Walker Nantz who has been Peel and little their sister, Mrs. W. U Grow Satur- 111 fur 11 few ueekks, continues to , now wxre. I day night. Ttstlna for All Weal. and Misses Mary Lee, Lillian and Anihndr can tell nliHther It Is all Mr. and Mrs Jesse Duncan ' children of Buena Vista were with Amanda Calico and Messrs Lionel I wool nr tint by Imllln: nut n lllll. un n aninthin nr Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean Satur- nnd Eugene Calico visited relatives piece in a test-tm1111 day and Sunday. nt Manse Saturday niglft und Sundi. caustic xxlii nver .M....I.-I..-nlmhol lanis ..... .. ll'l..l-t- A. ..I On last Tuesday Mr. Ebb Cooley This piece of rlumlinl wlsOnni Is pro-- i) Misses Emma and Lilliun Pierce of week lost his dwelling und contents includ by the Utile Juiirnnt, HiuniUil Bryantsville spent a vart of last with their sitter, Mrs. K. C. .Mont. ing about $300 in money by fire. The 8. gomery at Lock by Insurance. , loss was partly covered When Money Is a Curse. Mr. Dennie Scott nnd sons Wool , Please call at my office l.i the Court Il In nnly when money is cheapened for some, mid inuda ford and Walter were here for ; Hou.i and list your tasahle prepeity tn nnriliU-ssnes- s preaching Sunday and with his I for this year, as the time is fixed and Mi.ilily dear In nttiera. Hint It litf- -, a curse. In short. It l a curst limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT I r..ine mother, Mrs. K. F. Scott. in such foolish, social conditions A. T. SCOTT, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Montgomery of THIS OFF. ili"' lite Hsflf a n curse. Gcorg Carrard County Tax Cummisttoner. j ' rim nl Sliuw. II. Montgomery Hickman nnd Mrs W. I with The teniuiiis of Miss EUie Miller of Lancaster spent the week-enI were laid to rest in Curtersville ceme Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Montgomery. Evidently No Lover of Cards. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thoa Hicks were with tery- - last Wednesday afternoon. She It la very wonderful to jen pernnni n'flcr u brief illness of typhoid of the best sense paaslne'biiuri toMr. nnd Mrs. Elijah McMillian on died She was 22 years of age and gether III khumiiig nn.l dividing 11 pnrte Wolf Trail Saturday night and Sun- fever. lli im coiivertalliiu hut day and uttended services at Scotts the only daughter of Mr. Eli Miller. of curds ' In illtfcrent figures. Would not n man Fork. vhat Is m.'iile up of a fe.w game.' phraseii. and im other Ideas hut thosn Please call at my office in of black or rel sputa ranged ingelher House and list your taxable property laugh to henr nny mm of his kpccles for this year, as the time Is fixed and cpinphtlnlug that life U tlmrt limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT Commercial Salesmen In East l!lallxe VA. T. SCOTT. . THIS OFF. Value to Count? cf Sftvinijt Carr.ird Co. Tax Commissioner. Country's Dark Days. Canipitgii Mr. William Middlcton Aied at Ids The. an.ilng. "not north n continenhome at Jettamine Station Wednes tal," cuin from thn fact that tho conXt unanimous vote the convention day. Ho was PC years, 10 months by Urn ronll-lientit 'lie United Con.n srclal T'.ttelirs, tinental 'currency. Issued worthless, nr congress, was and 9 days old and had been quite ill in . fusion at Cumberland, Ml, te- nearly so, during the revolution and fcr seme time. After funeral seriitly, endorsed ths Thrift rt.ii after. As the con'lnenlnl cnngresi vices his tody wus laid to rest In the Movement of lw L'nlteii- States linil 1111 wwer to levy taxes It was un.i-- i Mt. Hebron Cemetery Thursday. Thj eonven able fn redeem Ita proiulsei to pay. 'i&siury Department. ' let was attended by leading tratel ltfsldctf. Iho country was llixKled wllh uhlch could not be de. g men from the ilitri't which em eiinnlerfrlls letted. l.-itVirginia, West Virginia, Mtry'-- I irml and Kentucky. Not only wus 'Canada' Water Power. t'..' movement given endorsement, An I nt hte convention Yielding from plcdjod im lf .c powerslmnortant fentn-- A it iim m.o.. of Canada la their fortunate dq all in Its potter to advance it. It situation with respect to existing comv,ui the sente of the conention that mercial centers. Within economic thrift should become anatioal transmission ranga of 'practically Writi v Cur m ImstMit list Inasmuch as tho great promliu of erv lliinnrtant rltv rnm Ka S(tuniM America's industrial and commercial to the Pacific, except those In the cenJAMS"C. WHLSON & CO. power lieajn the Ability of the people tral western prairies, there are cluii. teredjuater-powe- r to sltat'.wldch will lesource lllSflftk St. UIHSVILIE, KT. 'j und conserve tha country's of mater-- meet the probable demands for hydro-(low- er sMj crvjta expenditures j for geueratldns. iul and money with careful minds. 1 M"lL- - . iit.ftf 3 Commercial Travelers Endorse Thrift. Safe investments 49fc.to 7fo ti' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 10, 1919 Mr, J. K. Klmore is visiting his Powell. A dcliciou lunch wns served parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. W, Klmorc. and those who enjoyed the hospitality were! Misses Lnvcrnc Hicks, Viola Mr. Alex West has lust returned Ilailey, Avel Powell, Mary Margaret .Mrs. T, K. Watson of Kly' Ky., Is j from a visit to relatives In Nicholas. M. Karrn, the truest of Mrs John Jordan, Kathcrlnc Stutts ami Mrs. vine. A. A. Stulck, Messrs Joe Jordan, Mrs. Mary A. (irccn, of Ilurgin, is Chapmnn ami Wilmoro Brewer. of N'ivv Mm Cathcryn Tmsley, Camlnji and A Crl.f Mirtlon of th visiting her daughter, Mrs. linger. Lexington Herald W York Tity. is visiting her pnrentr, Alt Iritimtld In. ty Goinf, Miss .Mary Nod of Danville, Is the Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Conn. Mrs. Pattic Anderson entertained guest of her sister, Mrs. J. II. Woods. of the past week at her home on Itlch.Mrs. Jesse Hcndrcii Is the gu.-s- t .Mr and .Mrs, Joe K. Itobinson have Tayloi mond avenue, with n reunion of sevMrs, William Hopper of Ilurgin, her parent', Mr. and Mrs. eral classes of old Krnnklin Institute. returned from n short tiny (n CincinItnney on Stanford stleel. visiting frientls in Ijinnis has been (Jnrdeti flowers and many beautiful nati. ter. Mrs. Sarah Hurt of Crab Orchard spring blossom filled the home M M. Miller of Lexington is Mr l.ccii the guest of Mr. and Mt J. adding much to the beauty of Mrs. Margaret Payne of Lexington, has vs.tmg her fitter, Ms Amanda AnII. Cjnn on Itichmond street. the party. A delicious salad course is visiting her sister, Miss Jane Hopderson. was served. The guests were: Mrs. per. Mrs. J. It. Mount entertained Wed- M. Hogle, of New Orleans, Mrs. Mrs. Cyrus Kaon of Snlvisn, Ky. nesilay at n family dining in honor of W. Mis Mary Miller Woods has return Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Dawes, of Ilrynntsville, Mrs. Cox, i the guest of Mrs. Pendleton (inrff Mcltobcrts. Maggie Itobinson, Mrs. Did Robinson, id from n delightful visit to relatives tux week. in Danville. Mnttie Duncan, Mrs. George Mrs It. I.. KIkin entertained Mts Joe Pnulconer of Hillsberu, O, mally in honor of Mrs. George Mc- - Itobinson, Mrs. J. K. Stormes, Miss Mrs. Karnest Sprague, of LouisMm. in flit- guest of her Amanda Andersen nnd Miss Jennie Iloberts and Mrs. T. K. Watson. ville, spent the week-enMrs. Gossip About People VSV? Miss. Joe Hord Prank friends in Sttirgis. is. visiting SI TO THE PUBLIC Dr. S. Hatfield '' I thru-ou- t, announces that he has installed an lnfor-,Mr- s. - grand-mothe- X-R- ay W. H Mason. Mis Sue Sutton has returned to Marktbury after visit to Mt. J. I. 11 Hamilton. critically ill home of hi neiee. Mm. Ilnlwrt of Danville. S. T. Leavell t Mr. at the Camp-Vei- l, have hewn reent and Mr. I. (iulley and Mr. Joe Ilg gat of d of Mr. Mr. J. K Kohiiiton ami Mis Jaan last SatMount mutored t urday fw the day. Im Mentgomery left Monday fer Frankfurt after a deant weeks folk. Vitt 'th Ml bw Mrs. KNmbeth Hughe htw return-n- l from a viit to her doudiWr. Mr. in Stanford. J. V. Ac. is Mm Martha. Urdu f IxingtH. the runt at her mother. Mr. Kllen IWttts, on Maple avenue. Ada Kinnaird of Atlanta. (!.i W th f Dr. ami Mr. J. It Kinnaird, on Maple Avenue. Mrs. 1.. M. I.eUnd. of Tacoma. Mr. and Mr. Oliver Wallace and Washington, is Siting her neice, Mrs. Th" Astrolooep. ti. 21. Patterson, on Itiehmond street. two attractive daugntcrs. Miss Annie , , fumed for Aii ns,p Wallace and Miss Olive Todd, were Mr Ton Aiianii of Shr-liur- if. his great i.i.nihu and his knowledse . Mr Iflrluinl l.tarkv hiiv itiTlil,l ti .... Mr tt... .1 of (It, i.,,s Mint out for a wnlk. As ha JU.nlh...fe for .v1ttnMr.I,o,it0fl t Mcl!.,,,..rU rUK Store, ani, iln. alutt,-Hugh. he enik.,1 nil Hi,, time loiiklns up Mct.rath. on Maple Avenue. and will he delighted to see hi many -- ill, I t ihe ti to himself: "(Hi.' .Miss Kdmi Herkele entertained at how friends. -- t inii'ti ius.1 inn i Mn ti mi ii. Mr. and Mis. W. II. Ilre.rshaw of her home on Lexington avenue with All ih' s,(r,.i I Hie stars nr.. knonn Decatur, llttfiow, rame thn week for Mr. Homer HaUon and daughter, an afternoon ten. A delicious lun- tO I Ti tile. lliein ... i.th.r iiin Nancy Phillips, of Louisville, spent cheon of perfect appointment was reail iiH.hs a viU with Lancaster relative. 'thus -- i.iMkli.;. the week end with his fnther, Mr. It. served. About twelve guests vvero he eatu." to ii well. hut. helng f.tr i.o Mrs DlMe Ilrown pave quite an 11. Hatson. hus his nun cleverness to imiisitu present. enjoyable theater party this week in notice Ii. lie iriisl nil. I fell In head Mr. Stanley (tulley, who has Just feonor of Mrs. Miller, of Lexington. 11. V. Uastinj long, and Here In- h;n to stay mull Master Charles and returned from overseas, hns received ...-- . hearing his cries. i tiuie nr .... , t In,. his servant him out. Aesop's I'nlil.N. ' Mrs. I.irtiis tandram. Miss Lucille his honorable discharge and returned nd pulled night, from seven until nine. Thel Mr. and Mr. Ola), Sutton to Lancaster. color scheme was pink nnd white and I were visitors in Danville Monday Mr. Itallins Iluninm, Mr. mid Mrs. was carried out in the delightful re- -i Mr. and Mr. Gee rife Mcltoberts Jennings ("reenlenf and children, of freshmenits. ami little liaughter, Iletsy Margaret, Itichmond. have been recent visitor I ,r- - n'"' rs- 'ac Wi"vin'' "f Shel are with Mr. and Mr. Joe llurnside. in by, North Carolinn, are receiving con-Mand Mrs. John Murphy of In- - grntulatlons upon the arrival Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Itossi anil little iaoeater, Mis Mary Miller and Mrs. llanapoli. spint several days here of n little son in their home. Mrs. Miller of Lexington are visiting Mrs. the past week with Ijincnster ami Wilkins is the daughter of Mr. (larrnrd relative and friends. Mrs. V. A. Lenr, of this city. Dailey. Mis Amelia (irccnwnld, head trimMr. Hrady and family, who have Mastet (rentjie II Mean ha return"! mer in Mrs. Itella Arnold Francis' been spending several months in hoiao after a two week's viit with millinery iMrlor, has returned to her leave tomorrow for Washirg his aunt, Mr. J. C. ltalbtrd, of Car- home in Chattanooga, Tenn. ton, D. C, to reside in the future tcrsville. Dr. anil Mrs. J. J. Pursley und .Mr. Hrady was inspector of the GovMr and Mr. Harvey Sutton of Cinhandsome little son, of Louisville, are ernment building which is about com cinnati, have been reeent guwt of the guests of her parents, Mr. and pleted. Jl 1 111 rriwrBf5m"r,w'"npnra-3niwnr.rt:Tinniouiiu'ht iter. Mr. Hen Hughe and Mr. Mr. Atlie Sanders, on Danville St. Mi Alma (Irilfin returned to her Hughe. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. L. KIkin have re- hume in Louisville last Tuesday after j Mrs. W. It. Cook. Mr. Val Cook I,:; turned from a week end visit to Mr. ii uccessful season ns trimmer for and .Mis Helen Kliinbeth Sprague, of Witherspoon and Mrs. Warren at 'Miss Minnie Hrovvn. Miss flrilTiti Louisville were visitor in Danville, their hospitable home in Lexington. made many friend during her tay Monday. iordcr to fully ,appre? in Uincaster, who hope that she ma .Mrs. James Lav ton, of Covington, be here again the next season. succcss m Ic Mrs Milton Ward and Mr. Mr. and fit lv and Mis Kdmi (lulley, teacher of the Pfrfecting the deixindablc hx cylinder ' and Mr. Jame K. Ward of Abaline ill N Miss Mittic Dunn entertained vviti School for the Deaf in Canada, nre Texas, were visitors of Mrs. W. (i. guest lM,e f Ciir one must take the wlicel m ri HlflilllH of Mr. and Mrs. D. (Julley onjn most delightful picture show party Clark, Monday. followed by refreshment served nt' Danville avenue. Stormes' Drug Store. After the Mr. Ollie Iluck and little daughter, and Mr. J. J. Montgomery "f freshment they were invited to the' Oiraee Curtis, of Danville were visi-to- r Cump Nelson and Mrs. W. It, Mont- Mr. j. w j,i!It,r tl, of Mrs. W. H. Hall, on Itichmond gomery were the guest of Mr. and llom of jtr, R ; the rhythmic flow and quick p,t.t-awa- y of which Mr. witness tho firework Street, Monday. tbb c,f I.iRliI' rcNDc.:. (ve to .Mrs. A. vi. .Montgomery "ear uourne. itob,,rt K, Hughes Kavc honor of UI U) your wisii; thc cmernincy braUo that Mr. V. A Lear. Miw Marilee and Saturduy night and Sunday. his daughter, Miss Margaret Hughes. Nancy Thomas Lear motored to It V ll ill Olenites with one finger; tlie complete who has Major Virgil Kinnaird, On last Tuesday evening Mr. It. L. ! Graham Springs, Friday and spent confidence and restfulnc?s one enjoys j iz been overseas for u year, is expected Hagnn entertained her daughter. iiulte n delightful Ith. whether taking a hill on hiKh or inching this week home. His wife who has Miss Klizabeth, Ml f at a six o'clock din- .Mis Until Montgomery of Uourne. been with her parents during the ner in honor of Miss Moore of Dan-- , 5: was the guest most of last week of Major' absence will Join him here. ville and Miss Murie Hallard who is at Mis Lillian nnd Kut.ilali Montgomery Lct us slcmonstrate this remarkably Miss Allie Arnold left Monday for home from the I). nnd D school of ifn' i 'l on Crab Orchard street. Craton, Mass, where she will be the .Morgnntown, North Carolina, Thoje P.il-larMr. Miu Hughes Nid.md and gueit of her friend, Mr. K. Preston present were Mr. und Mie. John nnd daughter, Mim Marie and he daughter. Miss Nellie, have gone to Leonard. Ilefore her return Lake Clmutumrua, N. V., where they will visit Hoston, Mass., Pittsburg, Mis Moore, 1 I Pa and Culumbiw Ohio. will spend cevernl weeks. Mrs, K. L. Owsley entertained Tuesday evening at u picture show-partin honor of Miss Helen Klizabeth Sprague, who is the attractive guest of Mr. W. It. Cook, After the served nt (!) show refreshments were (!) Stormes Drug Store. The guest were, Mli Helen Klizabeth Srraue, (i) Mis Luuru Dunn, of One Half pound Pink Salmon lOcts Lexington, Miss Francis Grant, Miss (!) Helen fiulley, Mr. A. C. Sanders. .Mr of Plcklos 3Scts One Quart tt J. It. Haselden, Jr., Mr. Samuel and George Ijuvsoii. Lemon Pie Filling lOcts. Mr. ' Mrs. George McltobertS and daughter. Iletsy Margaret, are Mr. II. I.. Walker Imih returned frnii Tall of the Fox. guests of relatives here this week. a visit to rcl.itiu's in Hichmond nnd due of Die most notable fentnres of Nieholasville. The Junior Sunday School of the jtli- - fx l Ms large nnd massive ia!l. Christian Church hud n delightful ' f'""1 ,',' Hiirroiitli.. Seen runnlns Mm Helen llryant. of Lexington, on ine snow ai a uisiaiue, ins um is in visiting Ml. Hid I'nnirmn, on picnic at the Iron Ilridgc last Tuesday quit, ns conspicuous as tils body; and. Kirhmond n iiiiuh-ii- , mi- Mrs. J. T. Ptddicunl and .11 t i hi iiirn ui't'e.iruiM I!.,t. nn.l hlKlf. ..11...... ... I.I. lit.', ii'iiii iiiiiiit in mi HKiiiiK Miss Ijtverne lliek ha returned H.cltnn Peddicord. have Joined Mr. ncy. It softens the outline of his .Mary MuiyRrct PeiMtienrd here nnd are rtopplni' :.t .mow ments, and repents or continues from a visit to Ml the KenKurlan. to tlie eye t!ie case and iiolse of UIs Jordan, in Lexington. Carriage. Mr. A T Scott, ha Just received Mr. J. K. Diekersmi and daughter, Mm Penrl Diekerson, worn visitor wotd of the safe arrival of hi 'ii Undoubted Proof. from uvenea, he havinir arrived at m Itlchmond, Monday. An eminent pianist wa ntmut tn Newport New on the St!t. give a recital In a larse hall. A the Jlrs. Jack (ney has returned from nudlenee was flllriz In a mil fi stawrcd I.ittlo Ceorgetta Walker, the pretty up to the dour nnd pr a vwit to her kter, Mr. Koret ntid a ticket. PiUgerald, In Danville. land attractive ilaughter of Mr. and "Vou mniiot go In." .aid the nlllelnl In Wrm 5stnve,i tl'iiltpr. Imis tnnti ntlifi. eh.um: "J"ii are not In a fit condi-ill but we are glad to state Is better. tion." "Uliltrt I li fir my ticket?ton, is expected this week for n visit nkin the imm. "Imrt II In orderr tu her sister, Mrs. Hid Itobinson. Mr. fy Doty of Kl Paso, Texas, "It's nil right." wns the nply, "hut .ltd Mr. J. II. Jennings and son, vou jou are all wrens jou nre lie Mrs. Sallie Kruger, of Howling "Ii tiixlctited J I if couro yester-du- v toxhatHl'" Ureen, i tlw guest of her sister. Miss Janievof TuUa Okie, arrived nnd arc guests of relatives in the I'm IniovlcHied : If I wasn't do you Jane 1 Itichmond street. oil think would eoino to a piano city. W. 1!. Cook. with Equipment prepared.tohendle any cases Mr. and and is now that maybereferred to him. I trt. " Office overGarrardBank 6 Trust Co. New Water Power A new ns.. .if om'iiti water rower L.mllsi, nn. has been pi rf. it Ile catches wiit,. uii. n In- 'We r:es and makes it ter:iti turbine engines when the tlile fn:is Th.i he obtains a perpetual ntn pimer. ns the tide ahvavs ehhs und thtws ni ' 1 Matter. The fortunate on,' -- iniliM'i llii n i Worry. 4.m, no it (if ' rut ... ,...., Sult, Violet Hlchly Prized. The violet was He national flower BenefnjtOf ;t ttie Athenians, nnd the men of The .New V"rk S"ti's i"iin--)!ltlnA'hon were frequently address,,! ,.v jf ttie late V m v. ,1., r eintnlns their orators as "Athenians crowned of irrutlludfl In violets.' The Romans believed the;!hl ,ir llower had medicinal qualities, an aien use i ,,'r--- v r.. r hleh they cM ""' '" ' 'n- 'I'llliy advised a garland of violets '' "i" nisMie net i""iii on sniris n!"'ut ""? fr'llt'1d would cure bead- Khhh tT'iieits the lli- -n from helns Bc,ie or dullness, ruhl.nl l,j the i oliar liiiiinn." outlook. Whence "Dutch." Nef 1 P'cm.tlpn. The nnwe Dutch Is derived from Mr. .Ii.ti.; (ns ii!ed h his Dletsch, meaning the vernncular, as " " I1 "" ami distinguished from Utln. It Is the!n rn" rtl.-leher Ihr ,,f ',,,iillll. wear. snme wonl ns the Herman Dentseh. ,l '"'" '"' r"' " " " ""' "'I' ,l' Dutch helns to Hie I'nin'. h dlvl- "' " "v "M of the Low fiernian. ii i .s closely u.(. .iM.n.tMiit hehlnd , related to th.. rieiiJsh. hlch It I'"l"geiienll.i 'lAiii-- e me. in) wife Is now practically Identified In Its writ- -' '" ,l,'r'' "r"' "'' hr """' l,",.t" ten fonn. The Dutch tancunce Is one . ininrs to wenr. iirin i e riiri'i.iien unnr ,., riiiuiiic gi ..ji ii " oi me .ie.Ts.nnu , .'ley lire. Would ou mind naming i, nnumii, few things?" of s vvell ns its nrs , , "e maien-i- l If . iay ns it riei'i's l lenis. nnd , fiiinre" :lare Is full or mim- "an beltu ev'stsi worry Is hu- imt worry s nerves, eim - ' ' Hike ench ti . ,r Its proh-- i hi Hhui that ti ii,r(, fi.ltin de- - nn h '''' lr ft "',' '' .... llfi 'VJilttHt.fi j PI mi T The Perfected Sk F ifii ?fi :5' '5?i!li?siWIvl ib)' uViiMiWltlf iiS U I U MS: f rr' P !b '.j WiiltW II JjjH(jJiB ' ) mwtlM W u,.s,,c. s '"kiiiUlJ( o W t1 l ' foMi!;;! t)S0S ii.i I I? 1'i m ::,:--; !; lillsllKiiislaslslBienuJsllsiai: MEADOW GOLD BUTTER Jars 60 I (!) i (!) Paint, Paris Green, late Cabbage and Toma. to Plants. I ii i Sander's Variety Store. 1 WE SELL FOR LESS. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvin Powell entertained last Saturday evening with en informal party lit their home in the country, on the Versailles pike, in honor of their cousin, Mis Laverne Hicks, of Lancaster, Ky., who i visiting Mis Mary Margaret Jordan. (!) Muiic and entertaining games were enjoyed. Mr. Powell wa assisted m In entertaining by her cousin, Miss Viola Ilailey, und neice, Mis Avel i MARION D. JOHNSON Ltxlngton Motor Company ConntravilU, Ind.; U. 3.' A. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Th'ursday, July TEACH THRASHERMEN TO SAVE ALL GRAIN 1,0 1919. HESSIAN FLY IS VERY INJURIOUS jDISPERS AL IUIYANTSVILLE JIim Maymt Uallanl spent Monday in Lexington. Several from licre nttcnr.eil the S. S, Picnic Friday at Dix river. Mrs. Owen Moreland ami son are visiting friends nt Georgetown Miss Margaret Woolfolk was the guest last week of Miss Maynic i.o; llnllnrd. Miss Marie Coy of Madison w.is n truest last week o'f her mint, Mr.". I!. I Burton. Several from here have been attending the Clinutnun.ua in Danville this week. Mrs. Klotetice Mallard Is at home after trending" several days tit Crab O chnul. Deparlment of Agriculture Plans Conservation This Year. Schools Will De Opened to Give In. traction on Operation of Machines Many Ownand Adjustment ers Are Inexperienced. (Prepared by the t'nlted Slatss IVpart-meof Agriculture.) rirntn saving last year filled tl.nmV (US' twn-huhsacks with w t which otherwise would have been wasted In straw stacks or mrr fields. To Increase this conservation record this enr mill to facilitate miin efllclent operation if thrashing machines, the United .States department of nsrlcnl-ture- . In with the directors if extension work In state agricultural colleges, will conduct schools of three Innnil four days for thrashcrnien. struction will Include studies of the proper operation, adjustment, repair anil maintenance of separators and gas and steam engine. thrashing 2.V),00il Approximately machines are In the United States. .Many owners are not thoroughly experienced In their management ami repair. All are expectud to he benefited R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Another Outbreak of Pest Is Ex- -, pectcd. Perhaps Within Next Few Months. CAPABLE OF GREAT DAMAGE SALE Of REGISTERED .. OF -- THE NATIONAL BANK OF I ANCASTl-K- . Capital $50,000. DENNY, 'president. SurpllKS 30,000. HERD - A. R. J. K. STOKMKS. Vice-PrcsC. M. THOMPSON, Teller S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. I!. HAIH'.IS, Individual r IIU01I MOIH.EY, General Insect Feeds Chiefly on Wheat Plant and In Smaller Measure on Darley and Rye Straws Dreak and Fall Dcfore tha Harvest. tPrfpsre.l liy th nt Agriculture.) Know bilge In isesson of experts t'nllnl Htata Ilepul-men- t I berdeen inngus CATTLE On Wednesday, Reduce the Waste of Grain at Thrashing Time. JULY 23ni io If they attend the thrashcrmen's school In their localities. livery thrusherman who Is Interested In saving grain, reducing Idle time when his machine Is out of commission, und lengthening; the active service of his It. II. Crow havintr sold his separator, should attend a thrasher-Iran'- s fiirm for immediate possession school where he will he taught the when, why, where, and how to will on the above date at his operate a thrashing outfit and keeping farm :$ miles from Shelby Cil , It In the pink of working condition. in Lincoln county, cell at aucThe purpose Is primarily to Improve thrashing conditions. Instruction will tion his fine herd of cattle: over the theory of the separator, the 13 cows, 3 operation, care and adjustment of the machine, and sufficient laboratory work to give students skill In adjust- atT:oot, ing and operating. It Is contemplated 3 In hold schools Immediately after or grain standardizaprior to the one-daschools, directed liy the federal tion 1 department bureau of markets. Necessity for practical education of 2 American thrasheraien was brought out strikingly by results In Minnesota At the same time will sell tha l.it year recording the normal waste if grain In thrashing. Comprehensive lollowing stock and other per-j.son- al T'sts, which Included the work of the property: mora than (!..VH) machines In the Ktate, showed that the average 2 itoldahle loss In thrushlng wheat was J.(SI bushels a day, worth approximatewith ly $9.04; while the avoidable loss in thrashing oats was U.l bushels dully, i 1 worth then $,1.40. Some of the sepa7 ratum wasted us much as BO bushels cow, of wheat a day, worth, on the basis of Ihe October market, $10.1. Twenty-fiv1 per cent of all the machines tested In Minnesota showed an avoidable 2 loss, due to the machines being out of npalr or Improperly adjusted, of 15 bushels a day. Therefore, Minnesota 5 today Is a stanch advocate of teaching thraslieriimri the three It's run1 ning, repairing and readjusting their the cars thrashing outfits. 1 Mrs. J Hogan Ballard entertained nbout twenty friends at a very de1 lightful "Uiwn fete" Friday evening. EXPERIENCE OF OWNERS A most tempting lunch was rerved son and minnture American flags were (Prepared by the United States DeKing. given as souvenirs in honor of In partment of Agriculture.) dependence Day. Later in the eve- Help for American farmers In 1 linir Miss Amv Dawes entertained the answering the question "Sliall I guests with some beautiful violin Iluy a Tractor?" has been 1 selections by the United States department of agriculture In "it 1 number of publications which T'eneh Port Regains Trade. give the experience of users In While Havre was -- till .Minns the a number of states. These bul: men of llmitleiir rniniieied letins', which may be obtained .i tjnehee and imfree from tin- - department nt "l bed iiiiineiiiiis uniting pnts In Washington, lire: ., In Mm ti nf the tii. n's cniiiiiicmi Farmers' ltulletln ltd True-to- r by Hutre At u Kxperlence In Illinois. In. iiiiliiriik of the great war luov-m- t Farmers' Ilulletlu KsH (las llnnt'eiir had a prosperous ex. Tractors In Hasten) running. m llmle Willi I'llgllllld III il.'l-- v plod- Farmers' ltulletln 10:15 The irnlls mi. I tegelalites unit a iiui 8 Heusti'red and grade Duroc tiieridile Farm Tructor In the Dakota. iiiaiillt.t of lumber v n Farmers' ltulletln Tilt An brood sows; 30 Duroc shouts, weight illreil fioin the Scniid.iiiiMiin Economic Study of the Farm 110 pounds; IK Duroc shouts, weight, i .mulrles. Tractor In the Corn Ilelt. CO pounds. Department 171 Ilulletlu Lake of Sulphate. Farm Kxperlence With Traitor. A lal.i near Uliiur. Saskatchewan iilmlll tlllee bundled mil- l- ll'ilMl. r been loiiud to be Toad Is Gardener's Friend. in .iti-- 1 with sodium sulphate, and i under the lake and iil"U.'- 'l. M,The common toad Is the gardener' ,HI-.UT liel' eelil ii, I... iifiii-Ufriend, because be Urea upon the ii. e .iilphale. ,The inlneriil Is iis-s- l 'Insects that trouble the garden sii'iiliely lii the iii.iuiifaiiure of sill- A few toads In the garden will help The Real Estate Man, aeld. III phoiiiraphy and other keep It free of Insects. "loliliil purNie, The lake imtii- i mi area of uboiit two liunilrl . Cartful With Poison. SALES MANAGER. me. 'I be edise U iniidily, but on ' Iteceptucles contalulug poison bait kdiould not be left around where chit r'ui iliiuu a solid bed of lliinil'lllle W. E. MOSS. Adv. Mgr. tut-is found. idren, lire stock and chickens will have Col. Geo. L. Toombs, Auct. access to It. o'clock; with calves two year old bulls, yearling bull, seven months calves. grade milch cows calves. three year old Jersey yearling steer, grade calves, grade heifers, pair horse mules, milk King of Master John Campbell Louisville is spending the wee, with Safety Oeposif Boxes For Rent. Jack Williams, Miss Helyn Young who spent the WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Inst year in Panama, has been visiting (!. B. Swinebroad, Alex It. Denny, J, II. Posey, J. E. Slormes, Mrs. W. II. Swope. S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Mr mid Mrs. Mershon of Corbln, were the guests recently of Mr. nnil Mrs. M, O. Kennedy. The principlei of thrift Is the foun-I'.itin- n The farmers of this vicinity have Gov. of i Ii. under. been quite busy the past week, get ting their wheat threshed and cutting Sve wnlle vou ran and you'll n.t hay. wl-e- r tie.-ou tun't. Miss May Johnson and brother, Mr. 'lhri!t is one of the cornerstun tt Chief Executive Thinks the Herbert Johnson iof Hamilton Ohio, Mistouri Inc h nmnho'iil must be constru-t-i- d. to visited Miss Mary Helle Hnlcomb reChance To Build Prosperity Henry Ford. cently. Mrs. W. .1 Hognn went to Lexing Foundation Never so Good. ton where she was ended by the ill- GET SLOAN'S FOR W. T. nesr of her daughter, Mrs. A wholesome und much needed Woolfolk. lesson has been taught the American YOUR PAIN RELIEF Mrs. II. C. Kojc was hostess nt an people by the government'in the ir evening in ious loan and thrift campaigns wiiiini elegant dinner Thursday honor of Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, have been launched within the ivut You iJon't have to rub It In ' cf Lexington. two years. to f.ct quick, comfortThe War Savings Stamp Campaign Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II Swept, uml Mr. ing relief and Mrs. C. C. Ileckir motored to should appeal especially to the sjlarv "I'ncl.ttllo Sunday to spend the day and wage earner, man nnd woman. girl and boy, ns an incentive tc iwr wt.ii Mrs .'. II. li ters. Once you've tried it on that st!(T H i! and investment. The War Sjv- Mrs. Sam Deathcrage and daugh Joict, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rluu- Martha, of i.ics Stamp airords the readiest menus ters. Misses Valindn and nunc mingr, ijiui: luii., juuii iiivi i a warm, soothinj reliti jou Kichmond, Mrs. 11. B. Montgomery, of nvertment and the most frei Lent ' s thought a liniment could proJucc. W. Dry- - i d largest returns in interest of Taint Lick, visited Mrs. J. Won't I'.i'm the skin, leav cs no muss, i boy I would have hailed w ll ik ant Tuesday. in applying, sure to no time 1 Kiit such an opportunity to H.vi : inv A Luge bottle Please call at my office in the Court give quick results. small tart"rgs. Your own or say means economy. House and lilt your taxable property to As a v.rd of business adv' ether druggist has it. Get it today. for this year, as the time is fixed and ' e ran boy and girl, wot Id .i limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT .. . - ut c your earnire, s'v mu THIS OFF. A. T. SCOTT, t K eitch week and make uu" .l Garrard Co. Tax Commissioner. iies earn . u ? ..1 ' n ironey f Miss Muyme tin n in War Savi-i'- s Mrs. K. H. Ballard, Stamp Ballard, Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, of Lexington, Mr nnd Mrs J. Hogan Ballard, were the guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. II Ballard nt Stan ford. Mr. Kdwin Wyjie hud the mister tune to break his arm last week wl lie trying to crank a Ford car. He is getting along nicely and his many friends are hoping for his speedy re covery Misses Lucille Moore, Ada Lee Morgan, Sara Catherine King, Kvelyn Campbell, Mrs. F. - Campbell and Mrs. J. C. King, all of Louisville, were dinner guests of Mrs. J. C. Wil liams Wednesday, Hev. G. S. Conant and family have returned from Columbus Ohio, where they attended the Centenary. They made the trip in their car, Itev. Conant will fill his regular appoint ment nt the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. Dr. B. C. Hose hail the misfortune to have his barn burn Saturday night about I 'J o'clock. The origin of the The barn nnd all fire is unknown. contents were completely destroyed. The greatest part of the loss being two "Ford" Sedans. There was no insurance, either on the property or Gardner Sees Thrift's Opportunity. of the t'nlted States department of ncrlnillnre lends to Ihe belief that the llelnn My, the worst enemy of wheat, has begun gradually to Increase. The p re, ntiice of Infestation, nreorilltig t the fall eouiit, showisl a dltlnet oer that "f last year. The prlniltml eoiitrolllng parasites are apparent!!' absent or very senrre, parAnticularly In Ihe middle West. other outbreak of Ihe 's Is eipeet-id- , rhaps within the next few rieiitii". The nrnimpanyliic Illustration, vblrh Is Nine distributed by the ib wrtiin tit ns a ater, pre.eiits the melius of MiiiitHitlng It. t In the Alining Insect crop I'lilted States, the lle"l,ili lly stands tirsi In retiutatloii nnd tsis.lbtll-lie- s In Imd jeiirs liiindrisls of thou-saiii- of wheat may le tntally of acreili.iroied or the yield nslmisl asmiieh us 7' ier t by this wr.ilti-- . Named for Mrtnarls. j a native ufi The lltsslun lly Is nolssly knows wheiiee Anierb i and It whs noticed In It i nine or how. lTTli .hi Lone Island, N. Y.. In the ilrimtv nf the place win.. ,jml lliwes arnij. largely HiInn bad mnil-- s three j.sirs beThe sipulnr belief was tlrst fore. Imd brought Hh lllvt't 'hi lles-lat- is in the truw iisisl by them ns Thiw cam n tumnl sblps. liedilliii; tin tittiue and that gurss Is ns giss as iiur as tn bow the tly g.it hi-Alf thai run be atilnorltiithely mid Is tl it It nrritid from s.aae trHii.nthiti-H- i imiiiiry s,,ine time after the mid lie ll' Hie elghtis'lllh leiilnry. of na 'Ihe Hessian fly Is nne-tcntCull long, of an n.Wure dark color. ry small r.mt appears tnticti like a It lus n glossy rtsl erg rt.r.tlIto rue llftleth of an Huh lone. I mm which Is ban bed n maggot sllgbtlr smaller This transforms Into than the eci it ,er TheHESSIANJlf Summer ym&vgzz&LVLzz i.- -i y i. Specials .TU.ir rsth tstlCONTHOU. - " . 5"T TWO VITAL POINTS JPT"'S'1"'' SMIMMIMMM.M mi sn srt iH taVfa r..) r4 si 4uan tv.a4a Refrigerators, Means of Combating Hessian Fly. a piini that appears like n flaxsetsl ami Is so railed. From the ll:ive.i the inliilt lly emerges. Here are four firms sn extremely unlike as to be combined pony. two year old filly by best of Bohemian Ice Cream Freezers, fancy driving mare, buggy and harness, spring wagon, Also a lot of wagon and plow gear, farm plements, corn, clover hay, household and kitchen furniture. Water Coolers, Lawn Mowers, Coal Oil Stoves-- That do not heat your Cheaper than kitchen. coal. eiuifii'lnc to any eveept the expert entomologist The lly usually t s its In on Die underside of Ihe leaves 'f when The lnrt.it, shortly after luitihlng iual.es Its way ilouu the leaf and behind the sheath, cnntlnulti: In toting wheat In the routs of the plant. In obler wheat It Is able to go only to the Joint below. Ijirvae lire fnnnrntly su numerous as In be pick-one agaliit another nnd merhip- .., lillie Tun i..tiirll..t.d ., ,...i hpiisliiced. titerlnlerliig Is ncoinl- plHnsI In the thixseiKl stage. Destructive to Wheat. The lie in lly feisls i hlelly on the wheat .stst. Hint In u snialler tneasuro on barley and ro. Tim oat plant Is Immune. The effect Is Unit If Infestation begins while the wheat Is tilling, the plant grows without stem and a mere mass of utcrgrown leates, If Infestation comes llftcT Jointing has begun, the straws break iter and the wheat fulls before h.ir-tes- t. The distribution of this tiest In cludes North Afrleu, western Asia, ull of rontlueutiil Kurope, the Ilrltlsh Isles, ,Vew Zealand, ami irtlons of the I'lilted Slates mid t'aiiiidu. In Ihe I'lilted .Stales Its range extends from Ihe ('amidliiii bonier as far south us northern (leorKlu, und west to western Kiiiwls, nnl the middle of the Uakolas, It Includes, also, u narrow strip of ihe I'aellle coast from I'uget Hound In u (siliit half-wudown the California eoatt. Kill Canadian Thistles. Frequent eiililtnthm will help kill a patch of Cuniulu thistles. Will Pay Dig Interest. Deposit Ihe manure In the null uiul It will pay big luturest. i'Swinebroad W. J. ROMANS. The Central Record. Lancaster, PREVENT INJURY BY ARMY WORMS Importnnt Thai Pest Bo Discovered Before Crops Have Been Seriously Damaged. Ky., Thursday July 10. 1919 M HER MISTAKE Dy MILDRED WHITC M JULY I IOrr!rM, 111 EXAMIE MEADOWS CLOSELY Gran or, Grain Should Do Carefully Impeded to Detect Presence of Caterpillars May Poisoned Re Used. Oalti (In (.''! III mnt tx If' of t'mtM Hutu rirt Clearance Sale Beginning Now and Lasting to flygust 1st Many Items Less Than Cost of Raw Material. SUMMER SPECIAL. 1000 cans 2 lb Pink Salmon,. 10c a can. 200 cans Hominy only. 10 cents per can. 50 cans creamed peas with pork only 10c 5 cents each. .500 Fibre Chair Seats, 1-- t Watrhftlllmw I" III"' key I" sue. I'M of Itiwoiiui by nrmy -' nil", wlllrh are Jnting of icrtnln mollis or miller that II)' only til night. Tlio CW from wlikh the nrmy worini li" Hi' t I"1"' commonly on nms. ft grAtallko inilni and the t.iiy ciilcr-plllar- ", iiihi Imttlilnf. fi.sl for several laj uoar Hi" irroiiiHl, hidden by or graliis mid thus notli until nearly full unit-crown, ly n hlcii time they haw become nldtly dlstrlbuti-hot tin: fields. 1,'m n tin-- dlscowry of the post In It jouncr stages !ren.N very largely tin- - possibility of stumping out Info tntlotis before serious Injury to crops Mcndowst therefore lias .KCtirrod. should lo examined fr.spiciitly. ptirllr ulnrlv those lanliil l tluiotliy. Mil' mlllit, to grow, wheat, nml i ung worms. discover the In1 smalt, tlio grass If tlio Infested or grain inn In innniil off nml straw l nml burned, scull ere. I our tin- If tlio tlio ilotro)ln2 tlio worm i Ikivo become distributed over ii intMTHMo iirni. tlili I'nti la marked off liy Makes uml the .rop Hli n ioIiiiIoii of mi)fii heavily pari croii it t tlio rate of i sumd t f jmlliHn of water, or of arsenate of Iml a) tlio rnli' of two pound f f the junto or .Hie niiii. of the to So gallon of wtit.r Pojtcned CalW fcr the Ar-n- y Worm. IViaottetl lvtts have loiu l t ii ii- -. il , Mro)ln m it MHi.ti f( tlo ssf les of mtttorim and also tlio nrmy worm. An cllicleiit bait of this il LUkI may I e pr. 'wr.-- l uml in follows: To .'J i tumuli of uih.it bran ami jne (siuttd of purls gr. en or tun tnuiftlii of isiwdcred iirs.tuiio of lend; wM the Jii.M of one half (Io7cn or men or luuon. Th.ii bring tlio Jl.ue'. In Iht hand. Ii fumy kIip m II, lit loin; IdSvfiil time Bnlli Mi.io !ie Imil ii.. !,,,.ri nnd the I. nor of Iht llfo I. id I,,.. n for. ver rla S'd. Id f. r i',.it. Ii ,i un mi-o! ii nml, i.e. Ilu n' mirnt. imnTf h '"I vr, Iiin . and illatl-Ii,- , non ui'h iini(. hiiin.4.rH-s- . Iinl rt Tnhor, city lnl"Uns. man. Imil I" ht ir an liiv.lmi,it, I tic gmil fiirin mar JuiicyV lionie. nml whfi.l be .ir tali.r lind been duly IiiMhIImI, Hubert Tiitmr .nine out to look the pliue mir. So ploiiHtl nml liitere-- ti d na-- . he, that he llngoriil fur nick, reeking and lltnllng li..ltallty In '"".v nit n N....r t'nl.m) long uliilo nitli tlio vtt.rn let-ti- r oer .'it home n ece :" l Prices Slashed on These July Bargains. $3.00 Ironing Boards . $1.50 One'Lot Mens Drees Shirts, slightly soiled only . . , 50 cents. Exceptional Bargain Mule Hide work Shoes for men $2.48 SAVE YOUR UNUSUAL nt TOBACCO-2- 00 POUNDS PARIS GREEN-B- UG BRAND VALUE HENS LEATHER GLOVES AT 75CTS Second Crop Seed Potatoes. Late Cabbage & Tomato Plants SAVE YOUR HOGS. Feed them International Stock Food and Worm Powder-W- e sell it on a guarantee. This is the best stock food known. 35 cents. Table Oil Cloth per yard One Lot Mens Cloth Hats, only 75 cents. One Lot Market Baskets only . 10 cents. 15c to 40c. One let Mirrors, at piirtn of the uorl.l, for' this mi, from Hie city h,nl tnneled nti'l learm.l much. It un a leirr eilllig lol!g!it to ride ncr the fllNll Intnl., In lil Mlft running ear, or to lrle nt hl fide In n llsht nirrlnae Ihroiich Hie narrower paths .lnlie)' KUiirdlnn aunt un .pilte ullllng that (li! -- iioillil he so, she hud no wlli to ke. p .limey f.rerr nt her l.le. All at once Jimey lind been n -- In. liu.I of the lmile cut of her liniiie-mii.l- e friKk", her lin k of know of the wnji of the great outshlu world. I wnnt to go to the rlty," Mie .011-I.- !. d n. her new Irlelid. "I want to V i.rn to be like .lit ill.' "(lollies oii liK iinV" Kob. rt Tubor iiiiiu-.s- l. had iiiiiiitii'p., "Chillies. .,i rjlhlng,' .limey ilc. Inn .1. persiiaiUsl, tin img il The aunt. mi'., h Willi mi old friend hi the city to lime J .iie st h. r there, and Hubert as both now .ailed him cnnlliimil kind In his .are with his attentions. Janey Ntte.l lestatii'ants. opcni, theaters; with tilui she had .IriMli tliroui;li the beautiful park. "Oh! how I love It nil!'' she .old. Home seem.d ciy dull 'afterward. Hubert's lslts to his farm were the only brlfht and as fall drew threatemsl to near and thee ca-- e. .Inney grew wan In nppn hen-.- i It It1.1l iicu r Ik en lii r o portmilty to huir nt tlrt hull! of remote u.inder-fi- sst. I.. 500 RODS WIRE FENCE 6 AND 12 INCH STAYS, 65 AND 7- 5- PER ROD WHITE CANVASS SHOE BARGAINS Ladies white $3.00 canvass shoes $2.48 Ladies white $2.75 canvass shoes $2.19. Misses $2.00 white canvass shoes $1.48. Misses $2.00 white canvass pumps $1.48 Childrens $1.75 Shoes $1.39 Childrens $1.50 Shoes . $1.19 $3.50 Ladies House Dresses $1.98 Boys white $2.25 canvass oxfords $1.75. Mens white $2.50 canvass oxfords $2.00. RUBBER SOLED SHOES. Bargains for the whole family, Mens, Ladies and Boys Tennis Shoes only 65c. SPECIAL WAIST BARGAINS. Ladies $5.00 Black Silk Messaline wab's only $3.75 Ladies $5. Silk Crepe dc chine waists, only $3.50 Ladies $7.50 Georgette waists $4.25 One Lot $2.50 Waists $1.19 Attractive Bargains;in Childrens Dresses and Rompers. CHILDRENS ROMPERS50cts., DRESSES 89cts and $1.48 Stagei and work of the true army worm (Clrphia unlpuncta) and tome of its Intect enemlet; a, parent or moth; larva; c, eggi; d, pupa In U toll; e, parailtlc fly, Wlnthemla laying lit eggi on an army worm; f, a ground beetle, Calotoma calldum, preying upon an army worm, and, at right, Caloeoma larva emerging from burrow; g, a digger waip, Sphex p., carrying an army worm to Ita burrow; h, Cnlcoipllm purgatui, a waipllke parailte of the army worm. 11111M AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES. Spark plugs at 50 cents each. Hold-fas- t Rubbcrback Patches 50 cents. 30x3 2 Non Skid Tires $16.00. guaranteed 5,000 miles. 1-- EXTRA SPECIAL. 200 pounds Raisins, fine for pies, without 10 cents lb. sugar, only THESE BARGAINS WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. a to 11 cnulo tnoliini-ot- i iiiotimkrn, linmilciiM tiff iloiicli liy nMlne low. or flrtip. iinfinilily uml Miittor tin1 tnttturo Sanders Variety Store. Lancaster, WOLF TRAIL. I In Mnull iloi's llirixiL'lioiit COY S. SANDERS, Prop guests of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Davis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Humphrey nnd grand-daughtfrom Jessamine county spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Lewis Murphy. Please call at my office in the Court House and lilt your taxable property for this year, at the time it fixed and limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT THIS OFF. A. T. SCOTT, Carrard Co. Tax Committtoner. Lillian A. Dalley the little daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. John Dalley returned home Saturday nfter a weeks viit ill Madison with her grand-parentMr. and Mrs, Morris Murphy. Kentucky. : MO ilr, Willis Dell who has just returned from overseas was visitint; his uncle, Mr. J. M. Bell Saturday nnd Sunday. Messrs Ira I. Ilell and Earnest II. Iihodus and Miscs Hattic Mcljuervy nnd Mary and Allie Ilell visited .Mils Ella liigsby at Preachcrsville Sunday evening, tlio ItlfoHlil llolil. In rnv tlio worini nro not OImiiv-m- l until tlioy Ihim- - lii'Kuu to triml In n iniiiK, tiMinlly tlioy run In- - iloilroy-i- l liy furroH Itie or illlrlilne ruinpli'li-1- y nroiiml tin lufoilnl iiron. Summary of Control Meaiuret for tho Army Worm. i 1. Wuldi of crowlne cmsi nml sniln nirt'fully, o'clnlly tlio in.'uilonit, .lurlni: tin- - l'rlnir niol inrly niiiiini'r tiMintlin, to iIIhohit tlio urmy wormi li.foro llioy lu'coino full crown nml rpriail over tlio rntlro fiirin. Wlwn tlio worini nro illwnwrnl nt work, tlo not Ion. a inlnuto, but nltnck tliom lcoruuvly by nioiins of tlio inras-ur.- 'i uutllnnl In forocolni; iurnKrnl- 2. I'oImiii thciii by niruylnK rropi l not for fonito wllli ono Iiund of parls &vm to 60 gnllonn of Miunil of wnlor, or Willi to W kiiIIoih iirMiintu of of wnu-r- . In ie tlio imrU crwn 1 uscl on U'ihUt iiluntB, llko cor. mid llmo to two iMiuntls of frelily-fclulni- l oO gallons of tlio mixture. 'This U to prevent burnlns tho teniler plnnti. Where rpraylnB Is not practicable, tlio iicoiif tlio jiolKoiicJ brun bait tnenlliiniil l ktrotiKly reconi-iiii'inle- to 3. In raw tbo worms uro crawling In n body, aurruun.l thci nltlt a fur-loor illtcli and crush them wlU log drutf oi tbey full Into It. ison county made n recent visit with Mr. nml Mrs. John Dailcy. .Mr. Harmon Tenter and daughter .Mian Kunico Ktotts ficnt Miks Myrtle were Sunday guests of niisht with Ml Jensie 11. Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter. Mr iin.l Mm Klilah Mc.Millian en Mr. and Mrs Forrest Stapp and tertained n liokt of friend Sunday. children spent Sunday afternoon with Muster I.onin Mnstcrs spent n few Mr. and Mrs. Clem Murphy. day last week with Master Klmer Mr. Tom Price who has Just returnKay number attended tlie fun ed from France kpent a few days last Klhert Teater. liucK-ey- e week with Mr, eral of Mrs. Marion Ilrown at Mr, and Mrs. Wilbert Dailcy and Monday. son Mini Miss Jessie II. liny were in Mr. and Mrs. Mat Folirer of Som Lancaster Saturday ufternoon. erset nre with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mrs. Mose I!ay and two sons nnd Kaln this week. daughter, Miss Jessie 1, spent Friday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land enter- with Mrs. John Wesley Dailcy. tained a number of relatives and Mr. n ml Mrs. Jain.'s Land and Mr. friends Sunday. of Madison Coy I'ricc nnd children motored to Mrs. Willie Masters lluckeye Saturday afternoon. nre visltinir her sister, Mrs. Jesse Sir. and Mrs. Walter Casey nnd Casey this week. Mrs. Powell Dailev and daughter, children spent tho week end with her parents, ilr nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberlcy. Miss llert were cuests of Mrs. James Land Monday nftenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailcy nnd Mr. uml Mrs. Fred Howard and son Harrison Lillnrd were guests of children of Madison spent the week- Mr. nnd Mrs. Harmon Davis Sunday. end here with relatives Mr and Mrs. Lewis Teater and Mr. Johnny Mitch Murphy of Mad handsome baby were the week end Pleate call at my office In the Court House and litt your taxable property for this year, at the time ! fixed and limited by the law. DO NOT PUT THIS OFF. . A.T.SCOTT. Garrard Co. Tax Committioner. oil The "Negro .Minstrel'" which visit, this place Friday and Saturday night was quite a success. All were POINT LEAVELL. well plensed with it and especially the Mr. Gel! T atom is sick nt this time. song the colored girls sing when they comb their hair, "The Hoad is long Mr. ltobert Darker and family and rocky, but it wont be rockey long, spent Sunday with Mr. J. M. Hell. Ilclieve me". Mr. William Thompson nnd sister, Sallle Mae, rpent Sunday with their When tht Folly Lies. It l hardly ever foolish to do a sister, Mrs. Minnie Woods. thins because we wnnt to do It. The Miss Crack' Tat em spent Saturday In doing n thing because folly night with Misses Lucy and Annie other Ilea pcoplo think we onclil In want Hello Vanhurst in Lancaster. It nnd no do not to do With the hum -- t in i looking dnnn upon them, glorifying their rndlant fail's Hntiert lind nked Janey to 0 :iii hm. i ml she hud consentt.I. Knl, i it wanted lit r. he longed for n. r tn.d business held him mil In the ciij. Would she come for n to Id's married sister's, homo! U "iild she comeV In u feor of Jojful anticipation Jjnej rushed to her aunt's room to In gin pi. intuition. Hubert was "pule on. I worried looking whin he met her u the station. Absently he glanced ci ihe modish suit nnd hat whl.h ost In r aunt a forbiddingly hn.l gi.nt prut'. In the brill nut ptthtring whlib his si ter ginennisly iirmnged for .Inney In r fear grew, at his gloomy abstraction. This taciturn mini was a dlffir-it.- t person .erlaliily from the Jooul . iitlmslnstle master of the farm. Am! lit bert's sister had assured Jane that sin- - heed lulu- - no anxiety on the store i f ndjiistnhlllty. "You s ei,i to liae grown tip MitouK us tli or." s,e sub I. At the hotel dinner. Mulling Into her lover's am the roses h.nie id between them. June saw it shadow there. "Volt like all this, don't oyr ltobert iiske.l. "!o muih," she agreed. ,e. r eager to please. Futllel) she uked her-- s lf euili night lu what she mid Milt il for her tllance sitiuiil to glow' more distantly ale soihed. Siiddeidy Jan.'' longed with n hmi esl.k .warning for the loMfiil "he kl.iw. for , !l ." of the colllllt tie long walks through the silent p!iue whcie she inulil lllll.k siriotls-- l r Hud hers. If again. For Janey ruiCred that her life of late hud hem but ,i.i.iil. ss iff.ut to I. arn the part she would be (ii.ei'.ed to play In the of In urt she future, in.. I ill mhiiiU i.iI If she would he uhle to carry that wntry I'.ul through with Itoh-r- t ulwajs iiniippritiati. tit l.er side. Frankly but with a tremulous latch lu lit r oIee, Janey told hlin one day her problem: "1 don't si cm to lit In ltobert," she. said, "in. matter how hard I try. I'm to ou, 1 fed It. u disappointment Take lite baik io the iulet place that 1 best know, nml lene me there." rnhellclng. Iht lover stared Into her face. "Hut you us.d to till me," he said "that ou Iongisl for the life of a city! Tlutt Is why. after I had bought the Mnn, Intending to tuako It my head-- j quartern, that I relumed again to the liuslnest world, for )our sake, Janey, because ou said you loved gnjety. My jouthful years have been crowded full of work and care. It was my dream Ibut lu early success I might lind leisure, again to enjoy those things that 1 loud as a boy. Hut without jour presence I cannot now enjoy anything. "Could )ou he happy with me out there JaneyJ When tired of fields nnd meadows, wo would travel. Could you go buck with tne dear, to the farmj" Tlmiugh tears Janey Mulled ut him. "Why ltobert." she said. "It will be Just like joint straight buck to .e In the 4S states of the Union there are S.8S0 counties. fhePentral Record, Lancaster, INTERESTING ITEMS TAKEN FROM THE BAPTIST ent that everyone brine n Bible to Sunday School. That Is right. The Bible is the book we are rtudylng.T I et us make our hundny bchool n real 1 ible school Christian Education s til J fore most need of the ilny. That Is why the Sunday School nnd the Christian College play such an important part life. If you are in denominational contemplating going to College, go institution. We have to n some of the foremost Cotlegej in the land, r.nd you do not have to go far to find n good one. Ky. Thursday, July 10. 1919 VISITOR. WHO'S A 51 ACRES "Gamp Dick" LAND Six miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike at LESS In 1313 Death i WHO? BAPTIST C1IAL1XNGE. The ,7.".000,000 to be raised by Southern Baptists within the nest Eune of our oldest members are five jenrs will be divided us follows: our most faithful members. Young Kducatur.al un.ooo.ooo people become more faithful, or hurry vorcii;n Missions . S'JO.OOO.OOO up and get old. S 12,000,000 ll"nie Missions . . $11,000,000 Missions... State . $ G.000,000 IJucenc Cochran has pone to Kan-- i Ministerial Kelicf ... S 4,700,000 We will Orphanages a City for the summer. .... ... mi;s i.uucne. uui e inuue i r ...in ti ni :.,i- - Memorial ... $ 2,125,000 175,000 $ National nave a very enjoynuie ume 0.500,000. Kentucky's quota U This is n task that challenges th Miss Mattie Adams nnd Miss Knye heroic In every sold redeemed by the Actcn, both of Lexington, nnd mem- Mood of the bun of lion. bers of our church have been with us recently nnd we delighted in having "Johnny, why, did you laugh?" them. "Teacher I did not laugh. I was only smiling nnd the smile busted." Carl Acton is back with us from the army nnd his sister Miss Florence WHAT'S WHAT? College. Is b.irk from Georgetown I.ct me introduce you 10 our newWe arc indeed glad to have them In ' est members Mr. nnd Miss Sowder. our midst again. Botn were formerly members of the l.'arbourville church, nnd were very Miss Viola Beagle, daughter of active In the young people's work of cne of our former pastors recently! that city. We delight in welcoming honored us with a little visit. Cornel them into our fellowship There have again Miss Viola nnd bring nil the now been 15 additions to our church. rest of the family. is time for us to turn the figures It the other way nnd make the number We learn that Brother Clay SuttDn our our iidditions 51. 'mi told his farm. Well that is alright, provided we do not lose Mr. The people of Lancaster are proud and Mrs Sutton from our membership. of their new post-olficIt ulurys We would count that a sad lose helps a town to have nice public buildings. The churches of the town should also be just as nice as the best public building of the town. It is We have lost Miss Allie Hendren, but .we have gained Mrs. Wheeler. no secret that Lnncnstcr needs some Congratulations Mis Allie. We wish ' new church buildings, and no church provid- - needs n new building irore than we you much joy and happiness Sunday School, II. Y. 1", I , nnJ . t'li vuu uu nut ir.iti' us. I uur ipiriiL Our t.n.n ,,inn.l fnr l,v n,. chinch work Is being hindered by nn l.u.n. At present we presence of your brother Owen. Wo not have adequate fac.litiu for wish wj could have both of you r.'g- -' our work. ularly nnd also Mr. Wheeler. new prencher in town? Ycl J.unes ftitfscll Strothcr is his name. I le nrouml to the parsonage and iaiu' hlir. Rate of Swine Dlicaie Wat Placed at 42.1 Per Thousand. 3 frill' Ilepirt-men- LOSSES FrorJ I'reri.ireil Htatee. r the nf Aarli ul ml Sinn- - ll'l.'l. when tin I'lillcd t hi AUCTION WEDNESDAY. JULY 23rd 10:30 A.M., This Sale will last but 30 minutes, so be on hand promptly. This tract lies between the Robert Rankin and Ed Perkins Farms is improved with 7 room dwelling, tobacco and stock barn, plenty of shade and fruit trees and everlasting living stream of water. Owing to the wide pike frontage we are authorized by the owner, Russell Brown, to sell in two tracts of about 15 and 35 acres each. . Remember: That, small improved tracts on Lexington Pike are seldom offered for sale. THAT, this tract is most admirably situated. THAT this tract is a proven producer. THAT, if you fail to attend this sale you will wish you had. WATCH LEXINGTON PIKE TRACTS INCREASE IN VALUE. Terms announced day of Sale. bus litiintie h". and le ileslrue. live emli )'iir. A fun r nteraglhg K1 . federal ha Invii uurkliig In iMieraloii Willi Mate milliiirlllei In ihaige of 1111:1 rn 11 tine mid other regulatory iiii'ii-utnece-niir- j fur lite Mine.' uf control work. Ihirlhg tin nl jenr UU" nmr ,V-"- i 11 hog' ere Imim with It'ig ibolern hermit, it ft. I 10.1- than LV.KI farms found In be Infected ih pnrtiiii'lil of agriculture begun work In control hog i holera, the itrriiiltM ill. State, cae V.aix u. .... ... There It No Profit In Unhealthy Hojt Animals Kept Under Clean Conditions, as on Good Patturt, Are Oct. ter Able to Resist Cholera and Other Diieates. The pastor hopes to soon be in Our ambition and prayer is to en-- 1 your home us well as in your prayers list every Baptist in our vicinity. and in your heart. Conditions have That should not be hard for us toibien so for several weeks that he Baptist eculd not do any visiting; but he realize as every unenlisted knows he should be in our church. hones to be able to make a new His sense of loyalty to Christ de- - start soon, and make up for lot time. mand that he unite with the nearest He. as pastor, realizes that he should Baptist church. visit you in your home, and i going do so. Do you realize that it is I to B. Y. B. U. your duty as a member to see him every Sunday at church? Let each This is an organization very near his, or her, specific duty. and very dear to the heart of the pas- nnlire tor. Even though he is Daddy, he is t We are not prepared to make a not so old himself, and loves to work with the young people. Those letters, definite announcement in regard to It is B. Y. I U are full of meaning. All our proposed revival meetings. Baptist Young People Utilized for probable that Dr. Theodore X. Conip-to- n will conduct the meeting, and (lod. Our motto is a splendid one. "Lojalty to Christ". Young people if that the time will be about the last of September or first of October. As we will, we can build up a great union and render sweet and useful service yet we have received to tangible inIn Miss Laverne formation in regard to a singer. The to our master. Estes, Harry success or failure of the meeting deDiekerson, Elizabeth Bratton and Hugh Mobley, we have pends upon you . You be ready for splendid program leaders. There are a revival in heart, mind, and soul and , many fine young men and young la- then we will have u great meeting in dies in our church who can raider our church. I service, if enlisted and interested. your heart to Christ. It is our duty to interest them. GIVE Your talents to God. Your service The place to serve is We should take Christ with us in to the Master. in the The which our social life as well as in our re- - to serveChurch. church church indenom- of your is the In fn.t tVta turx .linnl.l lift. tl.rtu. There is such a ,hin-- 1 mation nearest you be identical. as a Christian entertainment, n Chris-- 1 nun aucuu ur u nrisuuii picnic, vt e ureal vaiue or courage. are planning some 01 these things It Is not understood how for our B i. P. U. We all want you raluable Is the adjunct of courage In to have a good time and in the right the man or uoiunii. nor that. If way. by good Judgment It Is the , opportunimobt valuable of lutlne4 iD.ets.- BREEZY BITS. John Brisbane Walker. in Some members have already paid all their pledges. That is splendid! Telephone Tattle. is Some pay regularly each Sun'ay. Thieves anil beggars have a "cant That i line! language of their own. When a burgSome have nuuio pledges and .iid I lar uses the phrase, "struck by lightnothing That ii had! Some have neither pledged, nor ning, be means that he was arrested by the police uhllst engaged on bis paid anything. That is worse! is to little Job, through Information coa veyed through the telephone. f Pi ...t.i lit un nu,.u WUUIIII . ,.:i. .. ,11 CUIU, i... IIM- - lll.tl I..K.......I 1,1,11 II is better, more sympathetic, or more re-- 1 Egyptian Saw sponsive rcople than his church at The sn appears to lie the earliest HERE ARE SOME OF THE REASONS WHY YOU CAN NOT AFFORD TO OVER lincaster, Kgyptlau history. It was found LOOK THIS OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN THE U. S, ARMY IN THE I tool In AIR SERVICE, AERONAUfirst In the form of a notched hrnnm "Did that employment agency you knife. 6.1KH) years befoie the Christian TICS DIVISION. tried make any real etTort to satisfy era. There are nn dated pecliuein 1. Highest branch of the Service. ou7 until the seventh rvntury tiefore the 2, An enlisted man has the opportunity of attemlinir 11 Trainiiik' School where a three "Well yes! I asked particularly for Christian era. In n the AKsyrlans used I months' course is given in airplnne construction, repair of and the upkeep of airplane motors, a cook who could make a salmon loaf, iron bawa. I mil they sent me one that could make In view of the fact that the airplane will without question be used to a very and woodworking. nere ilmmil and disinfected uiid. r M!ier!loti "t the di'ivartWilli (liiiliTu till lit M'tiTlMSrllllK. .Mlogi'llii t ri'lre.rntntlie - 0. A, THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. nf the ili'liarlnii'iit vlsltiil more than l.l.Oi'' In IhVi'Mlgate remrtill outfarm break, to apply prewntlw inin-sureill.liifi-c- t premise. and to clean nnd How great a Im iiari. hog cholera has liven to the hnl lull's shIiii. Industry may be judiil from the acrepliil estiper rent of lmg lost fmni mate that alt ailments die from ihnlerii. In li'lt the ileath rale of stne from disease wn phiteil at CI per 1,1""'. Thus the losa was slightly Bluie I per cent for tho Unlleil Slates, the lowest on record, according to I lie department's ll HOG Many RAISING Southern IN THE SOUTH Growing If you are ambitious you can not afford to overlook the the Air Service. giving FLYING TRAINING to ENLISTED The Government MEN, as well as a complete course in Aviation Mechanics, Fabric Work, Rigging, Woodworking, and Motor Mechanics. This an opportunity of a lifetime. Aeroplanes have come stay. There will always be a big demand for skilled aeroplane pilots and Mechanics. NOW the time to learn at the Government's Expense. ties MEN WANTED AIR SERVICE FOR Farmers More Anlmala and of Larger Type Noticeable In Georgia. ll'reparMl tiy THE control work which has reunited In a steady decline uf the illaease, han been the ftliuulu glten the development of awlne' raising In the South. With other nrtltltli") of the department In thin Hue, the numiranre given to Southern farmcrx that hoge. run be produced without fear of Ih.m-- from cholera htiH encouraged griming not nily larger uiiniliem of anlmal but nli heller ti-- . Thl ha been noA ticeable particularly In (leorgln. few year" ago that state p!irrhaci! pounds of .rk more aliout HMi.il Hut eflimn It produciil annually. forts for" the cijntrol of bog cholera haxe gradually extended owr the entire Ktiite, Willi remitting roiiililenre In bog raising, Ily WIS Ciirgla win producing nirk enough In make g to outside (mint lunlilel a targe iitimher of liogi to local daughterlng KtotillshiiientH. Similar prugri'-- i litit been made III Mlnslsylp-p- l, , Alabama and Florida HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU I Mo United State ment nf Agriculture I An lniHirtnnt reiilt of Depart- LIVE, STOCK should NOTES on nllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllltllllllirr bo more anything loaf." Our Baptist brethren uf the North 'iave adopted a budget of $100,000,-DO- O to be raised In five years. This makes a total budget of $175,000,000 or the Baptists of the United States. SUNDAY SCHOOL. You may No, it U not draging. be, but the Sunday School is not. If sleepy on Sunday morning, you r.re one to fiui.uay School nnd wt w.il wake you up. If you are tired on Sunday morning, come to Sunday School and the Lord will give you rest, if you are not interested in Sunday School, come, anil we will interest you. The superintendent wielded a mighty sword last Sunday and spoke nnl t,t .leen mpnnlni- - It 1. trim our enrollment la fine, but the burn-- i ing Question la, what about our at tendance? Our attendance is only about 40 per cent of our enrollment. In the words of on Indianlan "That hadn't ought ter be," The trouble is that you do not attend. Help us U improve our attendance. There calve ilart'e extent commercially, the knowledge gained while in the Army could be put to very gooil farms. His Favorite. to return to civil life after serving with the colj advantage in civil life should the soldier desire Brother was attending a party at A Katlnlled cow Ih probably a satisnlilrh the refreshments served were ors for three years. tee cream and cake. The hostess anw .'5. Attention is also brought to the fact that the average salarv for inpn lint vei!ti tin factory cow. lint brother wasn't making much ages of '20 and 25 years of age equals about $885 pur annum. Compare this with the pay and .More rnwa should bo kept on the with the Ire cream, so asked him in the Army, figuring as follows, which is conservative: t lie didn't cure for IL "Oh. yes," allowances aerage f nn. Private Pay per annum S'iGO.OO nn answered. "Ice cream la all right; Room and Hoard $10.00 per month '180.00 out turkey la my faiorlte." Cons without halt lose Ileli and Clothing finally break down. 170,00 bead-unv Powdered Eoga. China Is one of the principal sources of dried and powdered eggs. Manufacturers of prepared products In this country are said to be Interested la the possibilities of dried end powder- led eggs, especially In view of tho In creased ose of such products to ready mixed floura and In bakeries. I Wolsey'S Disinfectant. WheneYcr Cardinal Wolaey granted sn audience to the people, or whenever be went anywhere where be was apt to have to mingle with a crowd, he carried an orange that had been especially prepared for him by removing the pulp and putting a sponge totiked with disinfectant tad sweet Uur superintendent Is very insist- - smelling pli'e Intlde It, $1,010.00 Sergeant, figuring on same basis as above $1,178.00 Sergeant, llrst class, figuring on same basis as above 1,2(12.00 M. S. K figuring on same basis as above 1,010.00 After having completed a course at school a soldier has the opportunity of taking an examination for appointment as Aviation Mechanic, which when successfully passed gives an increase of 50 per cent per month to salary. In addition to the above, free entertainment and athletic events are held, free medical attention, excellent opportunity for travel. You also have an opportunity of taking Hying instruction, and after the prescribed course has been finished, which generally requires three months, you ore entitled to an additional 50 per cent increase in pay. This additional pay does not apply, however, if you have been appointed to the grade of Aviation Mechanic. Recruiting Officers and experienced aviators will be 'n Lancaster every day for the next two weeks. Be sure and see the exhibition of flying every day during thct time. ACROBATIC STUNTS AND ALL KINDS OF EXCITING AND THRILLING FEATS WILL BE PERFORMED BY TRAINED AVIATORS OVER LANCASTER NEXT SATURDAY. JULY 12th. Comfort l 11a extent lal to a cow m to any other worker. When bu)lng 11 gradw cow It pny to select one from a pure-brebull . die every year! on account of the dliieaso known a scours. A number of calve In stormy weather, when mud Is too frequent, the rows will take a great deal of scrubbing. One hundred tout of ullage will feed 29 cows 40 pounds of sllsgu a day for 200 days. Auy mull who keeps ten head or more csttlo will find a alio an eeo ajaiulc equlpwenj on bis fartu.