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FROM consuming desire to ride in an ncro-plan- e, defeat in many political contests and democrats should not and have entertained the people of Mr. Will Gentry sold his farm on liut not until nn Aviation camp overlook the fact that our majority in this congressional district this ami surrounding counties with Private ltoscoc Gaithcr, of pastscd wns established here; not until through Danville may easily lie overcome in the special election on August 2nd, if their marvelous flying, performing the Illue (Jrass pike yesterday to Mr. j price Th-many difficult feats in is W. It. Cook of Lancaster. became in common us birds fly- democrats fail yesterday. He was just from France, to come to the polls and vote for Judge Hardin. inclined to make ones the air that on was three hundred dollars an hair stand ing ovir "Klkin Place", the home of nrrj where he has been for more than a We call to the attention iif our democratic renders that the re- end, in their thrilling nose dives, tail and there being about COO arret in year In my hirtli and tin- - laud of my first actual service, during which inc iraci, me larm brought over time he participated in the fighting nt low, iliil I ream that my desire publicans are actively organizing their party to get out a full spins and looping the loops. This is said to be the lar- Vogcs, Meusc-Argonn- e The sole purpose of the exhibition $100,000. would lie rcaliicd. ote nutl the democrats of the district should tlo likewise. and were in gest land sale made I requested Lieut. Klmrr Taylor, in The issue involved between the candidates anil which here Is to try and interest the boys of county. The ever Is one In Doyle support nt Verdun nt the time the Kentucky in aviation and to get refarm of the best charge of the recruiting station here, will be Settled in this election is important anil likely to have a cruits for the U. S. Army Aviation in the county and Is situated on the armistice was signed. He wants it to be known that he is for Judge Charles the privilege "f being the first native service, the development of which Illue Grass pike, nbout four miles Av Hardin for Congress, and asked liorn, to lly over ljinctir nml Car- far reaching effect. frum Danville. The tlesperate effort of certain republican leaders In the seems yet In its infancy. that the Advocate so state. He says ta nl county. This request wns grant-n- l Mr. Gentry does not expect to buv that "Judge Hardin ithin the last month heavier than und Saturday July 12th, at four United States Senate, to have rejected the Terms of Peace lately with untiring nml litrMi.r fhim .1. another farm I'. M. was the date ami hour set. I concluded by the allied nations with the defeated enemies, nir crossed and recrossed machines - '"c expects to .or enter any businessto loyalty stood by the boys nt the front have retire and continue the At might say that at this time the wind in speech-makinsoliciting and givwhich treaty includes the League of Nations to maintain univer lantic. Great developments nre ex - m"'(,; his home with his brotlie.-- , Mr. ing." fie also stated was a httle brisker than I would have that he was This Keeled In the air service within thn Itlchard Gentrv on the Hnrmilslmrir against King Swope as he believed a asked for, but I thought of how the sal peace, smacks of the most bitter partisan politics. man who was subject to draft and brave Lieutenant hail Down over Han. political conspiracy has for its main purpose the crushing of next two years und possibly more rnp - j Pv- is a well knowi volunteered In the officers training " villr in even n stronger wind, called President Wilson anil bringing in disrepute his administration. Id than within the past two years. .on n fair lady, returned ami landed As the leader of the party he is engaged in a titanic struggle at Great opportunities are being pre - Gnrranl county farmer and has main camp, and who never saw overseas sented in the uviatiou and the gov. , friends here. He has recently service, and would advertise himself safely. I thought of how he was service in this brunch is thj ehaseil Mrs. Clifton Anderson's home and urge by letters which we literally making week end visits to Louisville this time, assisted by a number of patriotic republicans, to save the world from future wars and guarantee the liberties of man- - best place to learn the game. " Lexington avenue, and will live quote: "i believe that all men who and returning each time in safety, It has been mid that some enlisted there, were In the service should stand to Hadn't I been barred (for reasons kind. The rfplllilicilll C.'ltltt itl:iti for C'oilirress MlT.'litlst .Itlllfft men I do not care to mention) from "seek. Hiinlin approves in toto of this nhumuful parlisun fitrht ill Con learn do not get nn opportunity to' '9 Miss Margaret Cool:, his daughtc. gether regardless of politics, and I especially well known here as she nm making my appeal to all of to fly. This depends entirely ing me i.ui.u e rrpuini .... at me ran-- , them". t.mi bv Senators l.o(!Ke. Knox. I.orah and company, while upon the man. If he is u good me- - ni" uet'n a ttudent at the Kentucky; is a reflection upon the patriotism non s mouth and would I turn down ., . . . . , .. ine (lemocraiH- nominee jueaus ior an opportunity in v. onjfreas chanle he gets into the game rapidly, ' Col,eKe for Women for the past two and motives of the soldiers who were this chance on account of a breeze? Faint heart never rode in un air- anil out to Hive President Wilson the fullest measure of his sup- for evury flyer wants to take with him i'var !,nd is immensely popular with fired by lofty aims of the war only to 'Danville young people. Danville service for their country and manship and so at four o'clock sharp, we port. A defeat of .Juiliru Hardin in this district on August 2mi, in every fl'tbt a good mechanic. A number of Garrard boys have al-- ! Me'senRcr. kind. 1 am of the opinion that one "hopped oil" and almost Instantly we would he heralded about the State and throughout the nation ready tnliatej ;.nd were taken to, who was so fortunate r.s to get into could no longer feel the rolling of as well as on the Moor of the Senate at Washington that the old Camp Knix l.i.l Monday, every one the officers training camp and hold a the wheels on the ground and us we Captaincy in America without coine felt our speed increase as we "took reliable 8th Congressional District of Kentucky had repudiated of the i.umb 'r hnvim; passed success- ubroad, or near the danger line, to the air" I renlizcd I hail safely President Wilson and his peace program and upheld Lodge and fUM:r of! should be grateful to Uncle Sam for sko, uu i. started on my first peaceful navigu-Ho- n Penrose by defeating Judge Hardin ami the election of King the fine experience and training he of the air. Swope. Democrats of the 8th District be aroused. Do not received without danger to himself My aerial ride had evidently been permit this misrepresentation of the democracy of this district people of the city and county have Col. Denhardt, who went to the front heralded far and wide, for I shall be proclaimed abroad to discourage ami disappoint those shown them every courtesy for which and fought in France, when he offernever forget the friendly faces that to they are deeply grateful anil have so ed for Governor, never mentioned the smiled at me when I started on my now engaged in championing the cause of the liberties of manHonors For Red Cross Worke-- , expressed it to the writer Trans-Garrar- d fact, by letter or in his speeches. He flight, they looked kind ant! universal peace. Tuesday night reflected in his attitude the true spirit the Oper.i IIuuc .beautiful to me then, but they looked See to it that your democrat neighbor is at the polls on some pictuns of at aerial gunnel; w.i.i even more beautiful when I returnAt n meeting of the executive com- of the American soldicr.who would shown, which was interesting and ed and was safe again on terra firmu. August tint!, am! work for the election of Judge Hardin. mittee of the Garrard Count,, Hed not drag their sacred service through by the packed house.. Cross last Monday, it was ununiiio'is-!- y the mire of politics for political preThe first thrill I experienced even Some fine pictures bi.ve been taken voted that the sum of before 1 got into the machine, was In ferment. Judge Hardin. I am sure. Let me renew your subscription for of the city and county, the ng appropriatci!" as a budget toward the will stand by the soldier boy when he when Lieutenant Skovv stepped up the SATURDAY- - EVENING POST. (lew, taken nt nn ultitude of 2.000 Garrard County Health und Wclfaie gets to Congress, as he did before und and Iftid me sign, what appeared to LADIES HOME JOURNAL, und the or more feet und nre on display in League, an auxiliary of the Hed Cross that, too, without boasting." b my own death warrant; saying COUNTRY GENTLEMAN. the window of McKoberts Drug 3tore. widen vva organized last week tlut in case of death or accident, my I'KIVATE ROSCOE CAITHEK. Paul Morrow. These pictures were taken last Satur- Miss Margaret Frost, the uuidit widow and heirs would not hold the day, a reproduction of one, we will health nurse, has arrived and asjunied the President Wilson preserved t'nittd States Government responsiCLUB have in the next issus of the Record, her duties and it was agreed ble, and that I was taking the trip daylight saving law by vetoing the that We hud hoped to get it in time for $1,20(1 of this budget be used upon my own initiative and not at the Agricultural Hill, which contained u ui buy- tnis issue but failed. ing an automobile for the services of solicitation of any of the government rider annulling the net moving thej Anjone desiring to enter this Miss Frost, which will be very clocks forward nn hour. The Presi-ilen- a employees. of the service should call at essary in the pursuit of her work inserted thut repeal of the day- My next thrill was when the belt, the camp on the college cumpus, which covers the entire county, Frankstraps and helmet were udjusted, the light law would involve serious los wnere every information will gladly Six hundred dollars of this appro-b- e first to hold me securely in the seat, to the business interests of the counHe also vetoed the Sundry Civil furnished and all questions cour- - priation goes toward the salary of which was entirely unnecessary, for I try tcously answered. Miss Frost, $300. of it being paid by rad no Iden of jumping out; the hel- 1II1 lldqts, Pecruiting Detachment, the county and $300 being paid by met to eliminate some of the noise, Articles of incorporation were Buy Lnncaster Ky., July 17, 1910. the state. which was also unnecessary, for I had filed with the Secretary of State nt The following men have put in driven a "flivver" for five years and Certidcates of special service were Frankfort yesterday ufternocn, for I). A. Thomas Itenlty Agency sold their application for enlistment in conferred upon several of our local the e the noise meant nothing to me. privately for V. P. Tuggle and son. "Aero Club of Kentucky" und orhe 2!Uh Aero Squadron at Godm.m Ked Cross workers, who have shown stepping into the machine, coun- their -- 44 acre fiarrurd County farm ganization formed last week and inI had to ask if we had plenty 'icld. Camp Knox, Ky. such enthusiastic work during the corporated under the ubove try like, to Pence Pros, consideration $11,500, name Alex Hall, James lteynolds. war, this coming through the National of gasoline ami was assured that ue This vvi i their ire ent holdnv of Judge Lewis L. Walker was elected Willie Case, Wm. K. Pollard, Hid Cross means ciuite an honor to it hud and that every cvlinder WHSKI)IU i;mi wj enable these men to president, Hev. H. S. Hudson (rant Uasnick, Wm. C. Simpson, those receiving these certificates, working perfectly, although at that materially extern! tlieir nircauy ex- CH1EFJUST1CE JOHN D.CARROLL Vice President, John M. Farm, SecNelson Mae Conn, llernard Hay, Certificates of Service time it seemed to me that about six tensive Agricultural pursuits. had pre- retary, und H. K. McKoberts. treasDemocratic Candidate For Peter Hlanks. Wallace Nelly. viously been given to Miss Helen Gill urer. of them were missing occasionally. GOVERNOR I had implicit confidence In the maand Miss Sue Shelby Mason, for their A board of directors were uuued chine und Lieut. Taylor and v.hrrrhe untiring work in the Hed Cross. He Can Win In November. and tie conim.ttces on membership The protracted meeting is now In 1 nskeit if The following were conferred these and publicity were retnined. was ready and 1 assure! progrc ' at Gilend. We are having Judge John I). Carroll candidate him that 1 was, he let her jco and fur large crowds honors: Hev. H. S. Hudson, H. V. The Aero Club of Kentucky i cup to hear Pro. 1). K. Se "1 the deme ratic nm million for the next twentj minute a the thrills Audi- 1'astiii, W. A. Farnau, Dr. W. A. italize.l at 31,000 ih u mnjciity of bastian preach tlie gospel, lie is u, ...ii n,i,iresa the citizen of came thick and fuat. Wheeler and Mrs. Hogan Ballard. ti e stock paid u. rood gospel preacher, come .to hear, tj,nca,ter and Garrard County Sat Due does not realize that he is leavlancustcr can. to.iit of one tliiiiu, mm! nay services at eleven o ciocn. , unll,y f,,.nuion ju)y 2cth. ut the ing the ground, but has the feeling she has the first icrmuncnt avitiun nt eight llnrty, court house, the hour of the rpe.ikhig evening services end sensation that the earth is grad landing field in Kentucky promptly. and the The services will continue to begin ut 2:00 o'clock. The court houi.e" was pr.iclicaliy ually rereding from you and to be On. only o.ie that has Ken incorporated several days. Those of us who like to hear good filled last Saturday afternoon tu luur leaving you rather than you leavinr n. id is now in e pared to carry ojt The folks nre doing some good old democratic doctrine will be well Hon. King Swope, republican ciuuil. it. You arc not effected by the alCommittee Appointed By Judge Hin- every detnil required by .nging, come und help them. the govern entertained if they make it a point to ilnte for Congress, address of the cittitude although we were only two of Lcuiiville, to Meet July 10 ts, ment. come out nud hear Judge Carroll on izens of Lancaster and Garrard counthousand feet up when passing over to Consider Means of Raisthe uhove date. Judge Carroll has ty. He was Introduced by Judge L. the my. I Wulker und spoke for over nn ing $300,000 Fund. .Mrs. J. 11. Spillnian, President of n large following in Garrard County The scenery below is perfectly hour. He paid his respects to Judge beautiful, everything sie.ning level, the Woman's Missionary Council of and we predict that he will be receiv- Hardin, his Demuciatie opponent Mr. V. A. Leur had the misfortune in Kentucky is to ercit on the cum- no hollows or hills und the trees look the Kentucky Conference, will speak ed cordially here by a host of his no uncertain tones, flayed Senator pus of the University of Kiuitucky nt of breaking his leg this morning by lis though they weie mere shrubbery, nt the Methodist Church nt the 11 friends. took several Lexington a memorial building to the being thrown from his horse on the The date of the speaking is only a Stanley to a frazzle, the earth i beautiful map of light ami o'clock service Sunday morning. cracks at creation anil the govern-- . men und women of the State who Crab Orchard pike. She will nlso speulc to the young few days lief ore the primary, which dark green colors. His horse scared at some one cutis called for August 2nd, when we ment in general, us he ulleged for its gave their live in the war with Ger- I would like to answer all the people In the afternoon ut 3:11(1. ting hedge near town, und gives the lurched and fell, nironing suddenly Kverybody is invited to these ser- expect n greut democratic vote polled neglect ot tne sick soldiers during the many. The University many questions nsked me, but must s Mr. site hut the building is to be the in Gnrrurd for the splendid ticket cnllucnzii epidemic while in cump. use that worn out phrase and say, vices. Mr. Swope is a pleasant and fluent property of the people of the State right leg underneath. It vvus broke n thut will be sure to win In November. The young people of nil the church"time nml spate forbid". midway between tho unkle and knee. spcukcr und drew numerous up-- 1 and will be built by them, tho the So many have asked what was the es are especially invited to the afterHe vvus brought to town in a passing plaures from his friends, who seemed University faculty, students and Unit building 1 recognized and I an- noon service ;o agree with him, looking ut it from ulumni have expressed their Inten- auto and tuken to his home where swer it was "White Oak" school ds standpoint. After his speech tlon of aiding in paying for the con- - medical nid vvus summoned. Ar vvi house, where I learned my A. 11. C.'a 51 here he went Immediately to 1'uint struction of tho building and about go to press the member is being set and the "Three It's", Gilberts Creek, Swinebroad, the Heal Kstnte Sale nd no bad results are expected from Lick where he was billed to sptak lit Jf'JOOO nlrenuy hns been raised among liouland und Stanford, then back, Wizard, helil another dandy successfive o'clock and was greeted wit'i ill them in an incomplete campaign us ti e unfortunate accident. flying over my small farm, which Six miles from Lancaster on thu ful sule on Tuesday, tho Ifith, when good crowd at this place. the nuclus of the fund. seemed smaller still, then l.ancas'.or, Lexington pike, fifty-on- e ucrea of ho hold nt public auction' far Floyd Some of the most prominent men to the water tower and our beautiful splendid land will be sold ut auction Curtla 1.12.(1 acres of land Incated und women of Kentucky are on the little park, all seemed dearer to mo by the I). A. Thomas Healty Agency, near llryanUville, Gurrurd County, committee to raise this fund. This Be than ever before. Many complaints arc being heard us udvertised in this Isrue, on Wed- Kentucky, ut an nverage of $274,113 county, which sent Its own share of Altogether I enjoyed my flight. nesday July 'J3rd. per ucrc. 83.U acres was purchased concerning the speed limit that is be-i- men In this Issue is udvertised the Hiley to the wur, of course will give Whatever happens or does not happen violated by autoists, who drive ut This little farm has it seven room by Turn Hicks und J. A. Anion nt its proper quota for the building, Ison farm on Lexington pike, llroad-wain the way of commercial expansion dwelling nml good barn, is right In $300 per ucre; ft 1.2 acres vvus pur- such rapid speed through our streets. at Marksburg, five miles from of aviation, flying will always have thu heart of the most attractive sec- chased by W. T. Arnold nt $244 per .Mauhal Herrou informs us that he whenever that quota is determined, Lancaster. Mr. Joe S. Iluselden who und the matter finally presented to the sporting element und 1 wuut to tion of Gurrurd county and should, acre and 27.5 acres by J. C. Williams hud hud instructions tu arrest all has the selling of this farm at auction say Its u great sport. It U also n we think, appeul to any one for a und W. K. Davis at I2S2.50 per acre. viclator of this ordinance, as well as the people. tells us that he will sell several tracts beautiful sport; you never saw n home. It Is u producer und will Those desiring to sell farms are con- the ordinance against the use of "cut Our philosopher says: Now Ger- facing on Lexington pike at this sale. beautiful sky, n beautiful clouei, a steadily increuse In value. Tracts of tinuously seeking the services of outs", und proposes to do so In the many's signed, let's stop findin' fault This is a well Improved und well lobeautiful Uiiustjpe, unless you raw its ilze, location und (juulity, (.ru Swinebroad ami the buyers flock to future. Go to it Marshall, we are with the Huns an' learn more about cated farm In the very best of dom offered In Garrard county. it from tin aeroplane. his sales. for you. our own shortcomln's. (Kditorial.) FLIVVER AVIATION FARM SOLD FOR RETURNED Judge Charles A Hardin needs no commendation to the TO FLYER. leaders of this paper from us. He is too well known to them. Recruiting OVER $150,000 SOLDIER Station Here His character, ability and fitness to represent this district in How Lancaster Looks Congress at Washington is recognized by his opponents as well Gets Many EnlistMr. Will Gentry Sells Backs Judge Charles A. Having been honored with the nominaas by his supporters. From The Aerial ments. 560 Acres Land To tion by the democratic party without opposition he will receive Hardin and Calls On Regions. on August Und, the party's united support, anil with a united Mr. W. R. Cook for The recruiting oificers and All Patriots To party in a district safely democratic, victory to him aril his par- from (iodrnan Field, Camp Knox, men (Hy It. L Klkin.) Ky, ty seems reasonably assured. Hut over confidence has brought have hren with us now for n week $300 Per Acre. Stand By Him. For several years have had n , RED CROSS Z Z::Z7?tG tXiu Ves Budget To Aid County Health and Welfare League. CARROLL TO SPEAK HERE Saturday July 26th. "AERO OF KENTUCKY" Incorporated At fort Yesterday. Pence Bros. Farm. tnt Preaching at Gilead. KING SWOPE (;...... Speaks To Large ence Last Saturday. WAR MEMORIAL Movement Is Methodist Church. Leg Broken. Acres "Camp Dick" Land. Swinebroad Still Selling 'Em. Speed Ljmit Exceeded. The Riley Ison Farm Sold At Auction. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, July 17 1919. THE MOST DANGEROUS No errnns nt the human hodr are to tmpormnt to health anil InnR life as the kidneys. When they slow urt and comment to lair In their duties, look out! find out what the trouble Is without delay. Whenever you feel nervous, weak, dtixy, surfer from" sleeplessness, or hate ttne In the hick vake VP at oner. Your kidneys heed help. Thee are signs to wArn you that your kid neya are not performing their function properly. They are only half doing ih.lr work and are allowing Impurities to accumulate and ho converted Into uric add and other poisons, which arc causing you distress and will destroy you unless they are driven from your system. DISEASE FARM ANIMALS CONTROL SHEEP-KILLING Imagination and Realty. nm- - in break: with Miss Illossonit .le used to say that he was as good as rohl!" "Ves, but you see lie got impi.ilntrd tvllb a girl who hns gold I" "l!ov did Morgan MsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHsm - Nr?. Lancaster, Kentucky. (let some COLD MEDAL ltsarlem Oil Capsules at once. They are an old, tried preparation used all over the worM for centuries. They contain only soothing oils combined with strength-givin- g and eystem-cleantln- g herbs, well known and used by physipractice. UOLO cians In their dally Capsule are ImMKUAL llaarlem Oil ported direct from the laboratories In Holland. They are convenient tn take, and will either give prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Ask for thesn at any drug store, hut be sure to the original Imported HOLD Bet MKDAL. brand. Accept no substitutes. In sealed packages. Three sites. DOG Secretary of Agriculture Asks Twenty uovernors to Urge Laws Sheep. (Prepared by the United Slates Depart, ment of .Agriculture.) The cnnclmrnt of more ndeiiunte stnte laws to control shoep-kllllndogs Is urged by Secretary Houston In n letter Just sent tn the governors ol -- 0 stales. The secretary points out that, although there hns been n gratifying Increase In the number of slircn III the United Stales In the past enr. there Is room for further expansion of the Industry. Farmers, he says, nre dleourngiil In many Instances from keeping sheep on account of the danger of damage by dogs. The letters wen- - -- ent to the governors of Arkansas, Delaware. Florida, t.eorgla, Indiana, Iowa, Ktitrais, LouNlnmi, Maryland. Minnesota, .Mississippi, Missouri, New- - Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma. South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Wet Virginia and Wisconsin, where slate legislatures nre now In session. Following - the letter: "I understand that many Males now have under consideration the matter of legislation tn encourage the larger development of the sheep Industry by removing or controlling the ilug meiuiee. During the past cnr, as jihi perhaps know, there has been n gratifying In crease In the number of sheep In the United States. There Is undoubtedly room In many sections of the country for further expansion along this line, especially In the settled farming areas. 'The Held representatives of this di-- 1 purtinent. however, generally report i that farmers are discouraged In many Instances from keeping sheep on of the danger of damago by dogs. "The question seems to he primarily one for consideration and action by Optimistic Thoucnt. A man. mid Tnlmnie, never loolts dignified 'than when be takes n more spectnelo case from bis pocket, opens It. unfolds a lens, sets II nstrldo his ooso and looks yon In the eye. Without Hindrance, The real democratic American Idea Is. not that every mnn shnll be on n level with every other, but that everyone shnll have liberty, without hindrance, to be what f5od made him. Iteecher. R. E. McROBERTS, CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. i OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over OneHalf Million Dollars. ON THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Real Moral Courage When you are so devoted to doing what Is right that you press straight on to that nnd disregard what men ore saying nbout you, there Is the triumph of moral courage. Phillips Ilrooks. Two Oltet and a Sup. While mnny of our familiar com. parlsons have been scrapped by modern conditions, new comparisons nro taking their places for ?nmplo: M.s quickly over as n movie meal" lies-toTrnnscrlpL One's Identity. Thero Is, In snnesf hours, a n thought that rises. Independent, lifted out of all else, calm, like the stars, shining eternal. This Is the thought of Identify vours for joii. whoever you nre. as mine for ma wait Whitman. "KOLL OF HONOR' V ll! V. Hudson, Proldent, W. K. Champ, Cashier, J. J. Walker, Mrs. .V. l'res. Clerk, W. O. Itigney, Asst. Cnchlcr. C. Hamilton, Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. J. E. STOUMES, Vice-I'rcs- t. A. K. DENNY, President. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. R. HARRIS, Individual Book-keeper. HUGH MOBLEY, General Diaw A Check Safety Deposit Soxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors'. G. B. Swinebroad, fur llif money yiiii live nnil note how much more res I Mll'l 0Jty siaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarasWBaasssVL: Jfy llllliy )tllll IIC1IIIUI3 II- Tliey like lo do business with n limn who hns mi nccoiml nt t tie k'nril you. Garrard BirA They know he Is doing juine in '.liu-ir- r' open such an account even ll your alTairs will grow all ngl't. 4,Tiut Co I W. 0. Funeral Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. likr are not large. .), Ilrttrr Thev The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Director and jjj Lancaster, Light and Dark of Mcon. Popularly, tbv moon l called new tin- - ;m. she lira when, nfter puv-lnbecomes visible ns a lliln crescent. Some persons iy the IIkIiI uf I lie moon Is froiu this time until the moon I o full. Other sny Ukii the the moon Is during thu few ilnys when the moon appears to be full. The dark of the moon Is nlso thought by mh to extend from the full tuouu until no moon Is risible. Popularly, however, the moon Is dark during the few das of Invisibility when neur coujunctlou with the sun. i 3prno lever CHIEFJUST1CE JOHN D.CARROLL Democratic Candidal For GOVERNOR Hanging Pictures. It Is easy ! make mistakes tn the banging of plcturt s. Observing as u guide, you will nrike fewer mistake') In this rvspocL Flr. a plain papvr the room Is alinl Imperative. This will give you 1111 up ortunlty to ne nil the pictures. n mutter what tbey lire. Soft grn and terra cotta tones are f" background. Avoid tlgureil and high' papers as these prevent the picture from standing out. lie careful not to tilt the pictuie! tou muili. II n.' theui ulmost tlat- - He Can Win in November. The Sayings of Shtnbone. "Ah done heard Itrudder Jones pray-- , In las' night to be delivered frum his I'lipsettln' sins,"" remarked Shlnhone, "an Ah reckon ho mus' huh referred Itnston Tran to de sin of 'toxtcntlon." script. Weed. T F your lyitem hie become or if you are eufTeririr silh "Spiing Fevct" vou need Acid Iron Minctil to build rich, rcil blood. , preicnoe Acid Iron Mineral becauie it ii natural liquid iron, and will not injure the teeth or nine ill cflectt. Iti. the moit powerful iron tonic known snd cornel to ymi Juit at it d hy nature in the wonderful depotltt i.l Mini-iippit Do nnt ronlute A. I. M. with chemically prepared tableti. Aik for Acid Iron Mineral and do not accept a tubttitute. All drug ttoret or tent direct hy FERRODINE CHEMICAL CORP., Roanoke, Vinoinia For S.I. by all Drufiiitt 333? mm Cumberland Grocery Co., Junction City, Ky., Wh..leta!e Dittrilmtura Eggs on Outhes. that flin. along Ihe coast of southern Alaska In vnt "chiMd" tlK-l- r lay ejus In bunches In very shot-loivnter near shore, attaching them or nicks. It Is h to flnntlni; tin til t of which the native Indians take ndvantare by throwing quantities of brush lull, the wnter nt tho spawning season. they collect tho hruh and scrne off the fish eggs, drylnr the InlliT In the sun Tor fouL l"t STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE pounds of potnsh con be obtained per crnce, l.rlclit ryes nnd a smile that One of tho acre. The potassium occurs chiefly as will carry you unyvvtiere. In the coun crcntcst mcdlrul Sheep Grazing on National Forest sulphate and chloride. try tins rlncd mlmmtnc as the jrrent- Range. est of vierelses, hccnue It uses the Keep Sweet. am, therefore, states. I system, with the vnrloux whole I."lng the temper takes nil the demandmuscular controL moderate taking the liberty to bring he matter on nerve to your attention, with the hopo that sweet, pure feeling out of life. One you will look Into thu situation and may get up In the morning with a song ami start make such recommendations as taay clean heart, full of a bird, and the mofeem wise to the legislature of the out n happy ns nnd gives wny state. May I not. In this connection, ment be Is crosseil feeling vnnlhes-an- to d call your uttention lo the carefully temper the clean a haul ns heavy ns lend Is rolled 'dravvu und apparently He the master of upon the heart. laws of several Mutes, notably tlur which your temper nnd .veil hold the key to i of New York und I'ennsylvunlu, contentment. are set forth In the bulletin ( Fanners' joy nnd Hulletln ft'15) Inclosed herewith." Learn to 6wlm. Is believed that the ash of brackSwim ever) day nnd joii will not en contains 40 to CO per cent of soludevelop Inrpe. udy muscles, tint ttvnu- In parte of Australia, ble potash. Mies under n where the weed grows abundantly. It tlful, MiHi.th-viirklns- : with has been found that a yield of 400 clean skin, n, lsly that mon-- It limine USE FEED TROUGHS FOR PIGS NOTICE ON AND AFTER COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE We are equipped with machinery to do nil kinds Should Be Constructed So That Each Little Porker Will Get Hia Full Share. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING one. On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. Wc can furnish you with n new battery or repair your old guaranteed. We have installed battery charger and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene nnd Oxygen Welding Machine wo can weld 'most any broken part of nn automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or anv other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of enrs. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air nnd are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. Patrick & Conn. U'repared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Terrible Suffering From Headache, Young pigs be given their Sideache, Backache, and Weak-ne. feeds In nn li a manner t hut each InRelieved bj Cardui, dividual pig gets Its khans, Tho simplest way to accomplish lids Is to alSays Thia Texas Lady. low the pigs tn eat from a properly constructed feed trongh, one that will Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. Minnie Pbll-pokeep tho pigs out of the feed nnd will of this place, writes: "Fire years lessen too possibility of crowding. ago i was taken with a ram in my SYSTEM OF SHEEP FARMING left aide. It was right under my left rib. It would commence with on To Be Successful Wool or Mutton aching and extend up into my left Cannot Be Ignored Two Products shoulder and on down Into my back. Profitable. I)y that time the pain would be to severe I would have to take to bed, (I'Terartd by tin United States Departand suffered usually about three days ment of Agriculture.) A system of sheep funning that la ...I suffered this way for three years, to bo continuously successful can not and got to bo a mero skeleton and was Ignore elthvr wool or mutton. In many so weak I could hardly stand alone cases the two products will be worthy Was not able to go anywhere and had my work go... I suffered In others to let withhouse of equal consideration. a pain In my back and I awful either one may b emphasized accord- had the headacho all the time. I Just ing to the peculiarities of conditions, was unable to do a thine. My Ufa management, und marketing. was a misery, my stomach got tn an awful condition, caused from taking so much medicine I suffered so much BEST TIME FOR SOWING RAPE pain. I had Just about given up all hopes of our getting anything to help If Done at Last Cultivation of Corn me. Corn, Ono day a Birthday Almanac was Lambs Can Be Turned Into thrown In my yard. After reading field In Autumn. Its testimonials I decided to try Cardui, and am eo thankful that I did, (Prepared by the United 8tata Departfor I began to Improve when on the ment of Agriculture.) It Is good practice tn sow rope at accond bottle... I am now a well the last cultivation of corn. The lambs woman and feeling flno and the cure been permanont for can then bo turned Into the cornfield has years since my nwfut It has been two bad health. In the full and will feed upon the I will always pralso and recommend lower leaves of the cora and rape CajduL" Try Cardui today. B 78 and make excellent gains. July 1st, 1919 I, or my deputy, will be in my office in the Court House, at Lancaster, to take the list of your Taxable property as prescribed by law. g Now being good citizens "that you are", I ask you to please do your duty by calling as early as you can, and avoid the rush, so you can get in, within the time prescribed by the law, for listing your property. Very Respectfully, Law-abidin- A. T. SCOTT County Tax Commissioner of Garrard County. The Central Record. Lancaster, Chemist Wins Lasting Ky Thursday July 17. 1919 Gratitude. "I Irlcil several doctor ami all kinds of medicine, ami hail nlioiit given up hII hope of getting better. 1 ildl nut think It possible that any medicine could be so wonderful In Its effect iia .Mnyr's Wonderful Item-eil- y has proven In my rase. You sure have won my lasting gratitude, 1 colli. I not work at all ami bail constant mln in my stomach before taking your meilicine." It l n simple, harmless irrparntion llmt remove the ealarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract anil allays the inflammation which muses practically nil stomach, liver ami intestinal ailments, including appcmlicitis. One iIom I'lute call at my office in the Court will convince or money refumleil. Home anil Hit your taxable property It. K. StcHobcrts, r, Druitglst. Ky. mlv. for till, year, a. the lime ii fined and limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT THIS OI F. A. T. SCOTT, Mid-Summ- er Garrard Co. Tax Commissioner. guest of Mr. ami Mm. Carl May. The public school opencil here Momlay with Misses Myrtle Tenter r.n.l Thelmn Simpson at leach if. Sir. ami Mrs. Harvey Teater ami children spent Thursilay nflit with Messrs John ami Tom Malt Chnmller. .Mr. Hubtrt May ami Miss Ilernice Tenter were in Minlison Sunday with relatives and to ntteml church at Salem. .Mr. nml .Mrs. Allen Tenter, Mrs. I.ucns Foster and children ami Mr, Clcll Dailey motored to Lancaster, Sunday, Sllsse Oracle Teater and Florin Mac Price, Messrs. Tom and Vistcr Trice were guests Sunday of .Miss Thelmn Simpson. Snap Shots. snowier oroim sow on every inrm will mean additional profit. .i iu.cn hi anrrp on eyery larni should brine in rich returns to the Farmers of this State. Care should be taken in loading stock during hot weather. Don't load hogs hot; Don't overload n car; don't use saw dust bedding in hot uea'ther; don't load bogs in a filthy cut; see that the cars are in proper condition. Mnny thousands of dollars could be saved annually by giving rarefuV attention to the prop-e- r handling of lie stock. CUNN'S CHAPEL. , , , Mrs. Slim Matthews is ill. Mr Jo. Hnvls bna been ill. Mr aid Mrv Hen Humphrey were) in Lexmgt'il Tuesday Prof Cnky Tomerlin is with Mr and Mrs. II. M. 'Kurtz. Mr an i Mrs Duck Simpson ct Ill' hmonJ were visitors here rccrn'l' ' i M ss liuclah May who .s to tench at Teater-'Vill- e i.'cnt last week here i I with rclu'lvr. Mid N'annie Davis of Clear Water Kansas, was a guest last week Of Mrs. Allen Teater. Mr, Morris rSalico of Mini nun was) ii recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wes- -' , ley Simpson. Messrs Frank Land and J. I! ' .Sparks are doing good work with, their new thrasher. Messrs I.ige Hurt and children I spent Sunday with Mr. nml Mrs. Salt') About thirfy-fi- e ynuni' people i were lellglitfull) mUrtaiiicI with i lu,i party at the home of Miss Thelma Simpson Saturday evening The lawn was lighted with Jnnanes.. lanterns. Ice erenm and cake were served. The affair was a verv en- joynble one. The little infnnt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Dailey which was bom July 1st. died and was bi't ied in the Buckeye churchyard tin- following day. The parents have our sympathy in their bereavement, and ii should not mourn as those who have $ no hope. We know that when liml S hnii.-'eto pluck such little buds here, 5 it is only that tl.ey may bio som 2 more perfectly in tin. Kten.-.- l City, and hcrkor. us on .) be with them'j 2 aft- - mirvc.-hei ikr.e J J mm f, 10:30 by-bid, 122 ACRE : 2 a w : u n m WHEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES Sloan's Liniment scatters the congestion and 'relieves pain A little, nprJieil xeilkeul ruSWnr, will ftnftratt immediately and ret and touthe the ncn cs. Sloan's Liniment is Very effective in jb)inKcitcrmIpjin3, (trains, bruLvj, aches, still joints, sore muscles, lumbago, neuritis, sciaticj, rheumatic twinges Keep a big bottle always on hand for family use. Druggists everywhere. f RAIN OR SHINE. Te Riley Ison farm five miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike at Marksbury, Kentucky, has been placed in my hands to be absolutely sold to i he highest bidder without reserve or on very easy terms. This farm is one of the best located in Garrard County having a long pike frontage on Lexington pike on the east and a County road the entire length on the North. IMPROVEMENTS:-- A splendid six room dwelling, with all necessary out buildings, including splendid garage, and two tobacco barns. Well fenced . and one of the best watered farms in the County having three splendid never failing springs and a fine large pond that has supplied water and ice for the neighborhood for years. LtiliiSdjisXJi. The land is the Camp Dick quality of soil being less than one mile and a half from the forks of the road at Camp" Dick. To appreciate this farm go look at the crops that are on it now. Reason for selling, Mr. Ison has a family of ten children and wants more land, and none for sale adjoining his farm. This farm will be subdivided into tracts facing on Lexington pike and the remainder of the farm sold in two or three tracts to suit purchaser. TERMS, 10 per cent on day of sale, remainder 3 cash January 1st 1920, and two notes due in one and two years. Now if you want a dandy farm or a home site on Lexington pike in one of the best neighborhoods in Garrard County attend this sale. Better Be Safe than sorry. SALE LASTS BUT ONE HOUR . 1 1-- I July 29th : u s s s i ! Add industry. u,,r i,ra of n man who is emapleiely Iniupleil Is n crosseyed fellow with and Mrs. Clemmie Murphy. & kl Mr. and Mr. Ilroadie Agee. Mr.!"1" Sl- - Vl"" ,,ac'' P- nml Mrs. Joe Ilurton were recent - Hurt at Buckcje. Mi ster John Kurti of Hnrrod-- , burg has been visiting h a cousin, .Mime r mine hurtt Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Teater and three children spent Sunday with Mr a e a Ci c WS o r) i a (i tt a o i. ci si o II ei IJl i u u SI a (J e w a n United Realty & Development Co. Lnncaster, Kentucky. JOE S. HASELDEN, Gen. Mgr. u 19 o o f) o The Cultivator You Hear About 'TWERE nrc a let of cultivators on the market. Some arc nood others not so good. But there 13 one that nearly every farmer hoa heard about International No. 4 Pivot As!o Cultivator Every wan that has ever used nn International No. 4 is always ready to eny a nood word for itaclcanwork and easy operation. Cvery man that has a boy of I I or over ought to put him In ths field with n IN J. 4. Ounces are 1m will beat his clad at doinj a dun job. You can ibdga In crooked tows tisd clean out tlis weeds in a way that will rurnriro you. 1 hit is because, tha wheels pivot and tha gangs shift with one alij.t motion of the foot. Easy? It is tha simplest cultivatot you ever rods on. You cr.n change tha cultivating width without stopping tha team. Just twist of tha wrist. Tha only way to satisfy yourself that we are not stretching tha truth and also to learn about tha many other exclusive feature of the No. 4 is to come fn and taka u 1.H.U ct our frurnplca. BECKER & BALLARD Bryantsvllle, Kentucky. 'rs. Abe !.V,r or, spent tho week-- . end wiiu i.c mct"vr in .uanison. Sirs. Dan liny was the cuest of her parents, Sir. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Sir. and Sirs. Hubert Carter are re- jolcinc over the arrival of n baby i:irl at their home, I Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Bolton Sundny with her parents, Ilr. and Davis. Sirs. Nora Teater, Sirs. L. I San-tiler- Sir:. Huke Pteston. Slisses Sallle Lou Teater and Sllsses Hatlie and I.cttla Slurphy Sir. nml Mrs. It. V. Sanders, Sir. nnd Sirs. V. H. (iulley were in Lex Kthcl Ray were quests last Wednes- - ! nnd Alines Simpson spent SunJay 'day of Sirs. Forrest Curtis and dauch-- 1 with Sliss Mattie Buelah Colli ington Monday , Sirs. IV to Hasiey and littlu ton, j Sir. nnd Sim. S. X. Slurford nnd and ,i i William, snout Satutday niiiht M, Mr. w tl .ftnlloi. son Walter Durham were visitors at llrynntsville Saturday. daughter, Miss Barbara, cntertalnej' Sunday with be mother, Sirs. those I Sliss Linda Locker1 was at home for a number at dinner buntuiy, the week end with her parents. Sir, present were Sir. and Sirs. Willie I Pleas call at my orTica in tha Court Chris(irigfrs nnd daughter, Slisses mid Sirs. Ilroncon Ijocker. House and lilt your taxable property Sirs. Kobert Lout; nnd daughter, tine Slorford, Sallle Lou Teater nnd for this year, as tha time is fixed and Kthcy Kay, Rev, I). F. Sebastian, limited by the Law... DO NOT PUT SI Us Krancis, of Lancaster spent SunProf. Cnskey Tomclin, Slessrs Trios. THIS OFF. day with Sirs. I .e in Irvin. Morfonl nnd Iiobcrt Long. A. T. Scott, Garrard Co, Tax Com. Sirs. Alice Kay, Sir. and Mrs. HuSliss Lavern and Orear Whlttaker bert Carter "and son, visited Mr, and spent Saturday night and Sunday In Sirs. A. C. Silica recently. COY .Madison with their sister, Sirs. Klbert Sir. and Sirs. Frank Tussle of Sirs Obe Bolton spent Sunday with Chandler. 'quests of ttlchmond were week-en- d Mr. Speed r'heirmv nml little ion, Mrs. Preston t'nfdcr. Sir. and Sirs. Wins Smith. Ir- - a"'1 MrWalker Bradshaw and children spent Sunday with her .Mrs. Mai Carter continues .uite ill I'rnts. Sir. and Sirs. T. O. Hill. ' Plea.o call It this writing. at my office in the Court Mrs. I.. I.. Sanders spent Inst week House and lilt your taxable property with her parents, Mr. and Sirs. Hiram for this year, as the time is fixed and limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT Hay. A. T.SCOTT. Sir. and Sirs Lewis Noel spent THIS OFF. Carrard Co. Tax Commissioner. Sunday with Sir. and Mrs. Thomps ' BUCKKYK Herbert, and biothe.- - JoTinie Simpson were in Lancaster the lirst of t!ie weol; on bus.ncrs Point She Noticed, movie a uuni; miss amused with tier reiniirlis, t. -- In..' rim her keen obcernUn nnd In- -' fior best re- fi r'. III the picture, inn i inine when an empty JlnrlkUhs iitti..l iia a Japanese coolie cainf i the street nnd before a lmii" Slix plpnl up In u .In ill Mike: "lie iii'.i bla horte," At n mur her t!pl " The Way of the Foot. f'nil Is one ub" icon's ihrntih life with lit e,cs i'(ieu, but mv. .hi llie lliliigK- Ilia were lutemleil to mo, IllMiiiil if iuikkIdb to "ue side of trouble, lie liuiupx Into It, runs headlong iuck la mire. lulu liraiubles uud k'cl And soinctlmcs he milks right Into the oi nn. of fortune or tmpiiens to bo Jolin-u- y uu the spot uhen futors are beluc illmrlbuteil. Hut bis streaks of luck A ec are mi thin as compared with the thickness of his worries and disappointments that they seem to be hardl north cunslderlne. t The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, July 17 1919. TlTSPEBSALlI lli'lMirl WU-Y-Dy of llif Conillfimi TANTHUH J. S. DROOK3 SALE Of REGISTERED OF (CVp)rli;iil, HERD mi" Mic stnl I here before Ii'iii like mi UVlll.lllg lllll'l, Sin" Ignored III'' Hit miration kN ti nil ii i; from his Iimics, gray i is Then i milling sight of lilt good' lintiirttl smile, she snapped! "I 1 Jut hale people Unit never git iiiigrj Just smile, Millie." That remark deepened tin smile mi .n'. theory fuoe. Nell tl "Ilui Mill-- . It nu know how i'Mv Ik r.itlil pretty vou look In uni' of j our, h'ln! taiitiiim. If ,.iu keep tuptr SjndLate.) IS. ' l V. ,' M I44irr Net, FARM for SALE a' 9 am in position to offer you privately one of the very best farms in Madison County, located 8 miles from Richmond on good pike, good new six room dwelling, new stock and tobacco barns, housing room for 25 acres tobacco and land now cultivated to fill, 90 acres corn, 30 acres meadow, about 300 acres excellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything in fine state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for January 1st, delivery. If one or two good men want (o buy a farm that will make money and one that is now ready to plow, call or write, or come to see me and I will show you something worth while. I ' Peoples Bank 1,1 1olic tnliifM l th loft it nt 1'ntHt I ff ixirrnnl. HUU of tut (.p. At I nut t or In nink oi tin (,', fc. 2.")t!i '' IIK.slll'III'lisL'nu Mm In-- Oit' .... MUHtlllir Ml!). twtHM nil "ItHl M-- ft. M Olhr mil tf'cb lUlikilit t'i tiurvt ! n It!t! ftifl mbr MfHiMf, hMt (lima hhi itiht Hiiiki .fcrtumir HJtti Kim rli ltrtt lot-- tH Imv t.t Inrlii'lMt ! nlrr IV'H (It ;it berdeen ngus CATTLE On "Ai 1 "if nliig," resumed tin- - t tn peiiurh.ilili' voiilh, "If jhii ilnn't slop u aggravating!)' lix'l lug liuinniu Wll. I shall III' tnlllpclh'll III I II . I' .Hill 111 my nuns." 'Tli 'i"t J.it nli.it I'm tolng l tank" (I iiir tn ynii. Vnll have dune tll.lt l ir ! Mile! Here, there's Ihi till' tn Ii IIS till" scene." Mill) slcpp.il li.'iiriT. Mini suiitililiu Hi ring fnnii her linger, she rrnlii It il.ntii lulu Ids Imliil. Ilei' C.llllp.lltllUl's C)CS CloUtl.d U lit tl- - alu uiiMHTri): "I n), .Mill, uri'ii't jhii ciirolug Jour llllli- - farce tun f.ir! It's only a trivial thln mul mi know It. "1'urce, Noll lliiruson. lude.il! There's niiiiiiiiT thing. Vim nt'tilii't nr il.-lli.i-- c Mower fur nit'; I'll telephone iny- -i ii:ui iiihI Indifference ji.ii jive me." "Tantrums! ItV honest tn goodness Mil l 1H to imy nailery 4 IIm. 1h mitt I k M III. I I mlhlilrtl profM. f fh lll sr.tfl m WI.JK- - l. i..iii m Hill I I tAkra lalt rlIHptrR ol nd lUtik ratl I. Trt eomtrit ... ThI a K !,! hM1 T41 Wn .Jil II (V M I Itllrf lUhl mi.) I ln ..Irmitly mrlit litnu Ut Ih W. IUhIi, rt.t aahltr if th (1. ht Ik mrf lit vir tl , I I,. K (1 M tflfr ttr UlMllH. rrMKt. U(MII'.l'.hlrr k Uttv UwMlt. h frri- Mek, 9 PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Mr tui.w f .'..( aihI tftorn Ifetr wr tkl ih ol JuK W VUf MUkrinaH, Nnlarjr lnhl y ..tiiinioii pitf jH. in 999i Warts Hit Spuds. Science nml N. U. Klliott of Kxtension Speciiilists. in charitc GUY. If." -- Tll.'ll till' fellow iii.nl" aM hastily: "tllllt lll'Ver pit Wednesday. .11 i ii v e m,A .1IU "See I.iti'. young linly, tin- - next time I order iiu.v Mowers for vou, voii'll wear m wiint tluit rin Ilifiii. Ari'l wlit'ii jim'll nk fur it. (!nhMi-.cii un irr. Hi- - iiMn't t - tin Aii'i I yfrr finf juiIh. he wa tn micry tu .iHlrli ilyltt uf tin Mit t i tii iirmt. ' WIiv Mllly (ltitiiii ilrop into n elkilr ami ltiint Into Wnx sww slif linil ucciunplMit'tl tin tiling hlie il- - rt liHlr mi liiiur inter Muly talil up tin florist ami nmile hint prutiit mi 'urly (lolhcrj. Slit must liae thrin .V t m t-- It f pule et oft the lipaltliy pink In lur fatt. wnvy hntwn Imlr, hih! her nnd Ii. II. Crow liavmtr sold hi.s )rWIl , ..mtlB ,,,.,1,,,,,.,. ,lmt possession but cave a .,iarkle to the imrirait. farm for immediate She pave a pat to the silky folds of will on the above date at his her dres, then looked at the clock. 3 miles from Shelby farm "KUlit o'clock, and no tinners have in Lincoln county, sell at auc come! And I've putronlred that florist for m hme n time. I'll Jut leave him ( tion his fine herd of cattle: she iiollteil. 10 O'CLOCK. Hit uirl inuile In nuTlu' party rir'" Iht Tn. hr Cit, the llower- - iiiiht to be resting. Then her clunce traveled to her left hand. j 'How ijueer It seems with n no ' r rini;. Hut a elrl in n't wear eiery- 3 thine," sin- - armied Inwardly. "Oh, It seems so s iiiieniiie my rlnir and 1 him gone." She looked 111 her mirror and began 2 in It. to study the radiant At the same time will sell the Uli"I'erliaps I was too ipilek. anil hllils I was," the drawled. per- "If I'm old elioucll to be a society jullowing stock and other woman. I'm old enough to have a little sonal property: patience with Nell. He's such h !xiy! COWS, He.ldes. I iln miss my rlnir and hliu." 2 A liiuil peal at the doorbell startled her. "There's the flowers. I'll pi III) self." 1 tripped down the stairs, ami i si.e lumen in open uie uoor, una mere cow, sti d Nell with a box of Mowers. The slrl's floe llflili'il 11 . ,ii- -- . l . 1 The vouiii: miiu's heart heat faster. "Why y. Nell Huni-ididn't I tell jhii not to enuai;e " 2 ' Nell threw out his hand. "When a .voiinir lady, one's own 5 tiaiiie.'." Mlll.v's head lifted deliantly "orilem Ille on the telephone to brllli 1 her flowers early, I obey." lie eiubsl with low bow. 1 pony. "lillt I telephoned to the Horlst,".OX- lilalueil Mllly. 1 by "Vou llmni'lit VH did dear clrl ; hut "1!v,'d. So here I am HohOmi'Xn ready "l""'"'r to escort o" l" the party," and the shameles feltov calmly led the way to the living room Mllly went over to thr window, and, 1 with her emotions In u luuiult, stood looking down the street. 1 Her companion pri.ililceH from liN xnket a Utile ligure of a 'lit Id. which 1 he jilaced on lop of the li li .lK'lie cov- erlng. The girl Willi troubled eves still twiird. im- - '"':';! iHk the ring and Inn.; It up of cupid's arrow, tio i. be 13 COWS. 6 Willi CaiVGS at foot, two year old bulls, yearling bull, seven months calves. taxes on liquors pyramided, and the. ,. .Smith is visitinj: Mrs- price went up to neani ot n cures, i ilamei J. I'. Koley and Wm llarnri. The moment the gardener in town noted the cost, but as it was in bar-- , .Mr. nml Mrs. Charlie Yater ,pent 1,11 or the farmer in the country fimls Wl, commodities m BECOMES OFln,,,ny ilays whenolhrr Iii'kIi the week cm! with Mr. ainl Mrs Jink potutot'si with wnrt? RrowiiiK' out rf 'these the lost of their eea or potatoes uhirh have he 'it: common talk, the nmount I l.onir. DRINK come a soft, black, uponey mn". re was spending dally for my drinks did .Misses l.iixic foley nml Kllen fhoulil cct in touch with Mr. It. .' PPII InU- .mil tfli.it ll.ip- - "Hut Julyme.. when I went to lunch Turner were visitors at McCrrary. . JUI of the V. S. l)vurtiiiont 1st Tuesday I could of Agriculture nt the Kxperimc'it . ... get lime tod. day dy. riotvva. my little old in. Whenpened on '-"'' children of .it Lexington where he wll Ftiitior cent, , Krji M spcinl the nunimer. Mr Kaulwttler rcturn.il to my desk a po,tmn rHrrU ilvill4on makes availhius teen f.nt to Kentucky to be on happened in and as usual bis liic ,"tlr daughter arrivrd Sunday i.lltlu"K for the pot.uu w:.r. i IwdKC 'how inK that he had War Shy- big money I'.imtcroj- iliscnse which came fru'i lines Stamps for sale thrut itself on J"'' I3th t the home of Mr. and Fliroj'c en ceil potatoes. Tim for a new purmy pne. I had that Miinrtisr my Situ. John Yater. his 'Jt);.eareil in lVnnsylvi.iiu so pocket inai i nan snvcu irom my Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ka.on, Mr. and pose. there is no chance of its makini; nu.i.iay unnk. I spent It lor the iMr,. .M Tur,.,.r wcr .ui,., ,,. peamnce ill Kentui'y this viar I I cot to tlilliklnir. stamp, Danville, Thursday. "Alreaily I nm bcjiinninK to rea- ligurcd to lien spend every lent that whnt u Misses Mollie Ilarnes and Minnie iliKUie Station Makes Changes. lizethis latest real blfssini: inthat has formerly spent for drinks for these Turner spent Tuesday night with Mr. of benefits is little baby bonds. The Kxpenment Station has secur- - come to Amerirn in the nature of n "They say figures won't lie. Hut and Mrs. Itol.ert Ward. eil some new people on its stall ami sacrifice urowintr out of the nrrat when I Mr and Mrs. Hascom I'elphrey and estimated what had spent ill has shifted others. These chances world wur", said n St. Louis citizen n yeir "u s.vn. tlunv tbnt r'illy did daughter, Nelle. attended church ut i n few days him after the war time mid thifts are iriven below: me ii tceptib. cod, nnu then fig- Huckcye Sunday morning. 4f W. V. Dimock, Head of Dept. Vet- - prohibition net became effective July ured wont I nnu! I have at tin end of Miss Minnie Turner of the old erinary Science, J O. Ilarkman, In- - 1st. , :i year '.' I iut this moiny in War pike spent a portion of last "I was never what could 'have been Savings Stamps, drawing inures, ill structor in Dairy Manufactures, M. II. week with Miss Kthyl Ilarnes. Kroft, Kxtension Specialist in Kami termed a "slave to drink". I, like the late of four per cent coi i ound- Mamtirement, J. C. Grimes, Assistant hundreds of thousands of other St. Mrs. John Smith and son Alven id :innu:'ly, I was amazed. Just ligMary' E. I.ouisans took my 'nip' perhaps Husbandry, in Animal ure it j it for yourself, and you will spent the week end at Cottonburg head of Department of er than occasionally. liked my 'a- - probaoly doing. with Mrs. Harrison Kinnelly do as I am no.v . tr.. 1113 lu tiiwiuun ..unit: i.iui uiiiiic, T1...M... vuvii, .....:... i... tiiui iitun utiuii' con, i..-, lit.-i iiruii, a, i iIII i thinking that those IcgislatorH of ouis Missei Anna Mae, I.nla and Jean . ... , .. .. ,r eiriung a oo.ue irecvor wi.is.oo, jn Whi , H.t. Hroaddus spent the week end ,oi with .. Hryant and (.eotfrcy Morgan. Assist- - welcome. . Miss Alice Sutton of Marksbury. !ed this prohibition law that is so bit Steiner, Instructor in Veterinary , injured me. Of course when the1 terly denounced by many." Mrs. Arthusa Currey of Uinraster, has been the recent guest of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. T. - Yn litis. I jr, WHAT MONRY' Kudlu-vtler- let l't that - day able ii...,. ,.,,,,,,, '' i ll 1 ' lUn-vill- e 1 ... r.i.iu . ... grade milch with calves. milk Ijincastcr and Miss llettie Scott were visitors Friday of Mrs. William Wal-ke- .Mrs. Itobert Clark and children ol three year old Jersey yearling steer, grade calves, grade heifers, pair horse mules, Dodge Brothers j Messrs Olhe and Dan Hlack returned from overseas last Sunday. Their many friends r.ro glad to see them Uick. Mrs. James - Ynntis and sons, (ieorge and Herschel were visitors .Monday of Mrs. William linker of Judson. Mines I.ida and Je.in Hroaddus spent from Monday until Wednesday with Miss l.ettie Hroaddus of Measrr I.. (. Davidson, Jim Heax-leJ. U Ynntis and Noah Marsee were visitors Sunday afternoon of Mrs. T. U Yantis. Mrs. Frank Turner and daughter Lena nnd Mrs. l.ucy Moscly were Monday at lle home of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mr. mid Mrs. Milton Vrd nnd Mr. mid Mrs, Inmes Ward of Texas wen ifintoie Tuesdnv of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ii. Henry at Kirksvillv. .Mr and Mrs, itoy I'rather and daughter, Willie Francis mid little MOTOR CAR combined two year old filly best son of King. fancy driving mare, buggy and harness, spring wagon, Also a lot of wagon and plow gear, farm plements, corn, clover hay, household and OIVWOV.O fiifnitiivn 1U1 lilliUl V. 8 Kegistered and grade Duroc brood sows; 110 Duroc shouts, weight 110 pounds; 15 Duroc fchoaU, weight, ni) pounds. ! j , I i Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man, SALES MANAGER. IV. K. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. Col. Geo. L. Toombs, Auct. "Collie Mllly, look lit volir lovelv flowers. The girl turned slowly, caught sight of the ring sparkling lis uel u,i"'. and with a little quivering sigh he erleil out : "illi me .l.'iie ilnrlliiL Hntr. I'ls ,U t And she eugerly snatched It from Its place. Then she looked ut Nell, who tried his utmost to conceal the mischievous twinkle tu ills eyes. Hut Mllly saw It and challenged : "Why don't )ou say what a wouiat. would? that "If ou wanted Mowers from me joii'll wear them; and when )ou want this ring sou'll usk for It." I do ask )oii for your ring, Nell, and I do want the flowers )ou bring. I found out bow trlvlnl I'd been as soon as )ou left me, Nrll; I was so lonely 1" Nell stood palling the telephone. "Good old telephone I You played a urcusful part as Cupid that Hint," he exulted. son, Cullir O'Neal, were guesta Sunday of Mr. mid Mrs. Wm. Walker, will be sold in Lancaster , and Garrard ounty exclusively by mnsorr. call at my office in the Court Home and lilt your taxable property for this year, as the time ib filed and limit, d by tb. Lew. pO NOT PUT l'l. a. Garrard Co. Tas Commissioner. Misses Lizzie Foley, Mollie Harm's, Uose and F.llcn Turnei, Messrs Arthur Turner, Tom Ilarnes and Tom Uurd atU'iuled church at Freedom Sunday full were dinner guests of Mr. mid Mrs. Cy Foley of Hockley. .Mr. and Mrs. Martin - Adams and children, of Louisville, Miss Alice nnd Amundn Adams of Danville, of Tulsa Okla.. Misses Mary an auto party that were visi I posed tors of Mr, and Mrs. James Ynntis, t. scott. ' KINNAIRD BROS. Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. Saturday, The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 17. 9 9 1 1 .CARDS.! i KHAKI 0 I 1 umz&Z&Z&Z&XC 333333? 1 ANGELA E. J.J.Byrne Exclusive tt'oprrlalit, -- rl. by the psior Hyri'lltale I I ought In git n Idler till, Min-ljfrom him today, lulmcd Alice, in Optometrist. she allppcl on her lint In run down to' tin' tilllug.' postotll.c. Tin- DANVILLE, -- 1 KENTUCKY. for her,clerk looke.1I through llif in Jnl ns In- - in done esoty il.i) Opposite Gilcher Hotel. for utcr two riiout lii, but there w.l 0(Ilc lloura 8,to 12 and t to 8 p.m. iiiiiii-- . Poor All.-- liirtii'il uwiiy with j sinking hcnrl. H'nuhl I'lik imscr wrl!.' to IiitJ Vrtn:nly llii-r.could be n.i M. S. ri'iioii for miiIi it long ..n- li wm about three itixnt lis slum In. hud nil HATFIELD viir.il hl Inst letter, Mini j rt there IiihI h.eti mi reply. 1 r .!f DENTIST mi nulul tlit oruirrivl tu her. Ollica ovar in L.arrra ui "lib oh, I wonder )c. Hint must Phone. Offlc. 5. Re.ld.nca 376. ! It! Ili Inii nii'l miiiic Kremh girl KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. out there that In- - likes better Huii'i nip. Wh- - why imli! I'll tiecr write, tu Ihnl liov it hui4 n I Use." Mnkl, All. Ilitli' Si'ol.li colllr,' roi k.il one . su t iilul 1 ( nt hl ) nut; iiiNih . .Vi'iit In nil hli puppy i lit.' hud In known hr to h MINERAL DIRECTOR In it lump llli 1. in. hut Inli'l) 'wr) ' Ufllra Over National Hank, Itilir; huh InttixttJ. Ki.'ii hli linplor-- i lleiiilence Phone :l. Olllce Phone 27 Inu Hill.' trli'k iiiuhl lint liiiliiii' her In . nihil.' liliu. WYII. nmrtiiN u.r. fiin LANCASTER. KY. li. iiiiviii-- ; ii m.'r.' puppy .ouhln'tl In .p.i-iri- l i to iiinli'rliiuil th.'iu, Iltil Khnkl wii iwt tin only oin Hint .1. noli, til AllicV iihsirnrtioii. II.t yj.un hrothiT Jnrk h.nl Immmi tnklutf Hiiouutl of iilTn r- -. "Pmbnhly hln'' in In.'. In' bu."iiL Will. woulil to Eentuoky. ll Mir. hoiu. thliii; .'Olllllll'r him Mlill lil Lick. Ho NIJ li'l on, .'..fi' of tilTiilri. I, oily, Inirl) i. fltow .v.'n1 n Much' fuior without ii.niiKj for oui1 hi tiitnl tnkfti otT, In nii'fuliy plnimil. VETERINARIAN. ou, Jurk iii mi oh.r,lu boy. u Day or Promptly Call. An.wered it l not truni;)' lh.it to tioth.il how Phone 317. ofl.'ll 111. nlifvr Wtllt to th iolotli.v Nil.l. for mull 1ih nrir r.'i.'h'Hl. II. wii, KENTUCKY. I.ANCASIER. iiW'i n illptouuit. "It tin- - ny. All.-.'- , hott'n Jnikt" hr' ifiuiirk.'! on. .i.'tiiiii;. "Hon- .In y.m MipMi. 1 ktiow)" h tIIUpMil. "I ilou't know or I llnll't n m 207 Acres OP LAND AT PUBLIC ft ST LIVE of Agriculture.) K Dfpirt-me- BEST AGE FOR WEANING PIGS Good Plan to Let Porkers Nurse Until Twelve or Fourteen Weeks of Age Keep Them Crowing. (I'repired by the Unlte1 Hlatea AUCTION TUESDAY, JULY 22nd J. ft. Beazlev 10 O'CLOCK. u,r.' GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY. On the Hyattiville and Kirkivillc Pike, 7 milei from Lancaster, 3 mile.i from Kirkivillc. This it the farm of Theo Cotton, right on pike, alio fronting on County Rod. 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, balance 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 n 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. POSSESSION JANUARY 1st, 1920. THE MAN WHO WANTS LAND TO RENT OUT YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. Watch my auction sales and sec who docs the business. Look this land over before sale day and you will surely attend the sale and bid on the land. All I ask is for you to look at it. The quality of the soil speaks for itself. Farm well watered, good cistern at house and everlasting stock water. M. PATRICK,. DentiMt. Paint Or. Printus Walker ik Honaker Flnej Cut Flowers. M. Too tunny furtneri follow the prjc tic of weiinltii pls when too ynunj. many belni; weuno.1 nt sir iitnl sesen weeks of tu;e. A Rood brood sow proe erly fe.1 litis ii koimI How of milk when the pliM are of this ni;.". There Ii do better feed for growl tie plgi than their mother's milk, consequently It should he ueil tn the greatest extent this slble. When the pigs ure of surklln,: age the sow should be on full feed. Unless there Is xomp extrtinrdlnury reason for earlier weunlng the pig. should not be weaned under the ngo nf ten weeks, und It Is better to let them nurse until they ure twelve or fourteen weeks old. Often serious results follow weunlng nt too early an age. An entire change of feed following weaning may create serious trouble. If, however, pigs have accpss to corn, shorts, middlings or In ti knee or flsh meul In a placed In the open where they can eat nt pleasure without being disturbed by other hogs, they can be wemted nt the iige of twelve or fourteen weeks, with very little change In their feed, by allowing them to continue on the self, feeder. Tu obtain the best results pigs should gain contliiuonsly until they ure ready for market. The best results will not be obtained unless pigs have iiccpss all the time poslhle to good fornge crops. nlfulfu mid red cloter preferred. If these feeds cunnot be procured rye, cow peas, rape or any oats, hurley, other grain or grasses Hint will pr.e duce good forage In the locality should be sown. The pigs should he watchedj closely to see that they are on their feed. If they are not the feed should . i. So Well, r" tlutt'i uh.'r. Ih.' flio.' .ji -- My tlx p1nil..-.I- . John McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, C.IVK MK A KENTUCKY. TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. ()rtlce oter Storines Drug Store. Kauri H 12 a.m. I I p.m. 7:..-llp.- Tluit' for uiiynuy. PI. k I'nl. mux r.".llni; on.' nfl.Tn.Hin In ii V. .M. '. A. hut with u croup of fi'llow .iisIii.'.th, but be uit4 not 'ti on the tcrliii; Int.. their coutrury, h. vwi thlukliij; Mrluu.ly of a I'T'iilii clrl buck In tin' Sin In- -. h "WoinbT nil) kliH ibM'n't nnw.-- r in) b'llTV' b. iu.tlnuiil. "1'ov.lbly No, tbnt fhe il n't lo.-'!mii't b.v for urlttcti I'very wo'k for nt bsi-- t Ihr.1.' tuonlliH, IVmhl It b' hl It b.' Hint flii prefer. IM Plehl lifter ullt Well, no Ktrl Kill milk.' n fool out of mo If I know It, She'll get no inure letter. 1mm lut." No Koouer had he uttered the.1 wonl. ,w hen hli rtiuui nppeureil with u letter for in. "Thuui.-h-t I'd brine It to nu. IHrk.i hi Iniii; ui I wni 101111111; thin wny. Wlii. 111:111. vvlmt'. the mutter with1 bo tiiuhl vihnt n up. otini;r broth.T wu. Hint llrl..n. SWINEBEOAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY. r.' chv ' ' BOOKKEEPING C-- jntil" (lrh 11 .uellon, fur Dhk win iirouud with 11 o.-- of jentden In. r il.insllni; In M Hueiti.. -Sh.'V wllllnit! She'n w llltuji - he exibilmed. "Oh boy! .Iu- -t unit until I net hiiik'to the Slntea. Hey, Fred'' Wiint tn be tny bet ninn?" When Hiik llimlly ipileled down be exphilued to I ti lurloui Pr.il the lu.'iinlni: of Hie urai.ei' lock of luilr line etellltli; they bud been .IUIll2 out on the .ircli. when Dick f . u 41 on 11 lock or A I he's bolr Whin Allec wni rend) In nn.wer In the 11 quolloa he had recently iisked, she eouhl M'liil him tlie lock of lllllr. rtKreelllt, Alice flipped the lock Into n hook sin wni boldluc, thlnklns It I., be 11 wife lildllli: plnce." "Ami now," nddeil Iilck, "iw luuc 111 I'm i;oiuc lo be M'tit home soon 1 but won't let her know I'm enmlti-.will Mirprl-- i her." bud nil lie After lb.' weihlill CUesth n i'oiniiin pnrliil, .lin k, with Khnkl ilown on the lnwii. Inn. threw hlln-i-- lf II hiiriic'l.'rlsll.' H'slllon of his when he imt. .1 lo think. "l'oh, Kl'iikl, just look lit Hint , wntcli. Isn't II n beiiul)?" be chuckled rvinlnlsiently. "Imt didn't Sin look Mir irl'.l when IM.k told her he retelled ktlut l"ck of luilr. Wonder how flie We kluuiM I did It thnu'-hEiies-e- d worry. Kluikl. If I liudn't lukeii ('it she would tieer IllIM' elvell pld' Job. tlie this willcli Win. I nboiit It, Khnkll" Khnkl.. "How wow!'' It Is no wonder the injutlMed fellow , THORff HILL WAGONS TYPEWRITING and nkel ilnn.-lii-- ; WUIDRlrtMITHIUIINEUCQUEIi I.? rL.1i.. k.. aaaraal lIMliair .ft kn til TELEGRAPHY NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, CRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. Creep and for Little Plgt Youngsters Can Get In Pen Under the Fence, but Large Hogs Are Kept Out. be changed, replacing corn with barley and using skim milk or buttermilk If possible. The pigs should be kept free from lice by the use of crude or good black oil. They must have acces. at nil times to good, pure water. Shade must be provided during the but sum- j mer months. .Natural shade Is always .best, but where this Is not obtainable temporary shade may be provided by setting posts und milling boards on poles iibout three nnd one-ha- lf or four feet from the ground nnd covering with straw or grass. SELECT PIGS FOR BREEDING Animals Should Not Be Pushed, but Kept Growing Nicely to Develop Bono and Muscle. I'Igs selected for breeding purposes should be kept growing nicely, but they must lint be pushed, for the whole object of their feeding Is to make them slrctch nut und deirlnp bone mid muscle In plucH of fat. They should be continued on n growing ration. A little skim milk und shorts iniike a good ration. A small uuioimt of ground nuts and cracked corn will help develop und Insure normal growth. Hut com should be used spurlngly us It Is too fattening for pigs. Remember that these pigs should ill so bnve an abundance of green feeds. ALFALFA LAWN and GARDEN. TREE llluitrated Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. Si. PRC. sfflm Hazelwood Sanatorium Tubrrculoiif by the Loulivllle AnlLTuberculoiU Anociation for the adequate treatment of tuber culoili In all In stages at Itst Itan r week, In. nit. Uatel $15.00 eluding board, medical attention, etc. High ground com. laundry, minding eitenllie view. Delight, ful lurroundlngs. Special ratea for MUtr, 4ulJl.ni f... U.tn..t It .hH1.r pOMlbl.. SU A UM.rt.MW Maintained For th Treatment of fiuM., Uit I. ffhL-- a futim fa CA"r.. Jf.aWss-- J , LtmttvlU: a. 'Monroe Doctrine." The fuuiiiiii doctrine, us nlimMiucod by President .Mouro In hi inessiiEe to wni 11 nlinple ennercs-- i In of the Httllude of this cnunlry Inniinl the South Annilciiu r.puhllw. Henry I'luy bud umde nu elTort to bnve tlie Imbpi'n.leni'e of llu'se republi.'s riTiiEiilreil, nnd In IS'.".: their Independ. ence whs Hckliowledi:ed by coiiKresn. President Monroe hn.l rei'Ull.il John Qnlncy Adnint from the court of St. .lumen to becotne bis Keirelnry of state, y liMorluns credit Adiinn mid 11 with the uulliorshlp of the inessni:.', In foltilted which the doctrine wn lows; "A n principle. Hie Ainerlnui cnnllncnts by Ihe free nnd Independ cut islon wblili llu-- liue iisnuned und mnlnliiltieil, nn- - licncefortli not tn Kiibjecpj for future be iiinsldered ii.louliiatlon bj nny Kuro'un Hiwer." This wns iindo'ihl.Hlly the seitllnient of the congress tn which the doclllne wa imnmimvd. Thornhill owners consrantly V comment on the raie with which the wacon can be 'hacked up." This is due to the full circle iron. The orJin;"'circleisbuta half circle ( ). In makinj a sharp turn bolsters often run to the cr.J of the track and become "derailed." ThornhilU cannot do this because their track ii a circle ( O ). O COME V.I I lMKVlaTaTaTaTaV.ATaTaTrar; !a' j BEST FORAGE CROP Others comment on the fact mendous overload,Thornhill The reason for this is plain. highland hickory reinforced that extends the full lcn;t!i of that in spite of treaxles never brealc. They use touch by a steel truss bar the axle. Greatest Single Crop That Can Be Grown and Pays Handsomely Unexcelled for Hogs. (Prepared by the l.'nltct mate Depart men; or Agriculture.) Every fanner, whether or not lio raises lings, should huve some alfalfa If he ran possibly get It. It Is the greatest sluglu crop that can be grown und pays handsomely where It Is grown. As u forage crop fur liogsj It Is unexcelled. Still others comment that the uears never get out of line. This unusual feature is due to one of their workmen's inventions. 1 le designed a malleable front hound plate bolted to the gears at eisht point:. It's literally a jacket of iron that holds tears in line and insures light tunning for life. 'I'd that relieves the kinj bolt of strain, others the amazinc feature is the long life of Thornhill beds due to their location which gives them the pick of the yearly amine of wood and due, in pan, to the fact that they paint with pure lead and linseed oil despite its bich cost. LIGHT HOGS ARE PREFERRED Relative Marketability of Various Cuts Is Deciding Factor In Selling Animals, A heavy hog will bring the producer more money than a hoc but pound for pound the latter Is worth more. Tbe relative marketability of; the various cotaU tbe deciding factor.) From hilly sections come reports that the old trouble of broken kins bolts is unknown among owners of Thornhill wacons. This because uf a cup and saucer on the bolster Thousands of owners have found in Thornhills unusual strength where they are accustomed to weakness. Let us show you this perfected wagon. IM4-- W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER. KY. J The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 17 1919 4 man licet would remove a bone He may raise turnips, but he of contention from the allied docs not menu to live on turcouncil tables. None of the al nips exclusively for the rest of lies raised their voices in loud his life. His idea is to sell his protest. It seemed certainly a produce, rather than to ent it and convenient way out of the diffi himself. culty, particularly for the I5ri These nre fairly elementary tish. truths, and we would apologise CRIMSON CLOVER SEED And now that it has occurr for expressing them if they aped, little official denunciation peared universnlly to be has been heard either from Eu- known. But they do not. They New Crop.Tcsted for Germination and Purity. rope or America. It looks n don't seem to be appreciated suspicious. Washington. little at We can not prove that .Wheat is not of much use to from the powers got to- the consumer if it can not be gether over coffee and cigar transported to hint. And the ettes and arranged to connive railroads do not nt present look at it nllowing n German naval as though they could do it. officer to sample the cotTee Then how Is it to be carried? with them. But again we say, In aeroplanes? it has a suspicious look. The banks have been prepar The usual investigations, ing to finance the moving of the committees of inquiry, expla crops, as they do each year Ballards Obelisk and White Plume Flour-Fi- rst nations, alibis, reprimands, and but just now it looks as though Patent-Mak- es other frills and embroideries fiscal adjustments were going delicious white bread are included in the color to be held up. The railroads and cakes. scheme, but the suspicion still seem unable to say anything lurks in our mind that some definite about the prospect of body's weather eye has been repaying any loans. Congress caught in the act of winking was going to nrrange some set "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." iAnd the whole thing suggests a tlement whic,h would enable Jlj text for a sermon on the sub-jec- t the roads to confer with the DC banks on a footing of some cer of "open covenants ope-nltainty, but it has omitted to tlo arrived at." And, if we will be honest so, with the prospect that the The allies did not clamor for The Central Record it. They simply acquiesced. with ourselves, we must admit grain will remain in the eleva Issued Weekly. $1.50 a Year. To oppose the idea would have that a very difficult question tors and food price will soar to Payable In Advance. such exports has reached 20,000 bar LOST July llth, between Post been savage. The only reser- nns been handled with very lit heaven. reN, although the exact quantity i Office and X. Miller's on the liich J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. vation which each nation made tle acrimony or friction. Everynot gii n out by local officials of the mond pike, n bunch of keys. Please, K. L .ELKIN", Local Editor and Mgr. was manifested in an unwill- body seems fairly well satis Geo. Burdette Jr., Pass company. return to Post Office. case ingness to accept any condition fied, which is rarely the It was stated Entered at the Tost Office in Laned Away Last Week. drawals are beingthis weekasthat with FOR SALK: About 300 bushels made inimical to its own national when international understandinstrucMail caster, Ky as Second-Clas- s Mr. George Ilurdette, Jr., whose tions are received from the .N'ew York of nice Illue Gras seed at 12.25 e ings arc reached. sovereignty and security. Matter. IV. M. Cornett to his wns It seems there is still a good serious Ulnc relatives,known at the office and that shipmrnts are being bushe. The English were never died friends and forwarded through the Collector of 7.17-tf- . Member Kentucky Press Association strong for it. They saw no deal to be said in favor of adhome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Customs in Xew York and "I'01" N'o tnx is required on exports, the, , hTKX h" from ro' sense in opposing it, provided it justing controversial matters George I), llurdrtte, in Louisville, nt Eighth District Publishers League. un n omn" c"m "ar' did them no harm. If it did by committee over coffee a!.1 2:30 o'clock last Thursday morning. Goernment requiring only an export George llurdrtte, Jr., was born about f tamp rusting ten cents per barrel. awul i pouniM. rnone auh-A- . them any good, they would cigaretes. Rate For Political Announcement. momps Arnoiii. twenty-twyears ago. He was never Under the wartime prohibition act i welcome it. But it must not strong, but he possessed an iron will exporting is one of the few channels . For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 RECIPROCAL. ' M),t K,r '; supremacy, fid-ahiind repeatedly entered school in an th.ough which wlmkey may be .old J'fc: 10.00 affect their naval For County Offices we have effort to secure an eduration, each The treaty which it is expected that vast quant-f- '" ''Tj, 15 For State and District Offices. .15.00 or the security of their empire, '""""m'". tUKO?.J .,.h."1":.Ui imposes time he was compelled to leave the ti. . will be sent ov,rse.., before next depend- signed with France ,.10 their colonies and For Calls, per line . jiurpny, iiuonie. iy .10 encies. . For Cards, per line Outside of that every- upon us the duty of sending school before the closing of the term. January, young As stated, he was For all publications in the interFOIt SAI.F. Thirll- - hn.l.l llt.r.thing was all right. It was another A. E. F. to Europe if withwe frail body but a a brain.man x big He a . est of individuals or expres... ialM ., , hooray for the league. They Germany begins again to" for- was a great reader, traveled consider- - 30aoooij.woin).jiai!x)i.xiut.-sion of Individual views, per were even kind enough to wiite tify the Khine valley, or to take nbly and by sheer will force succeed Classified Column .10 line ji price 30 cents n pound. Orion Cher- Obituaries, per line .0 much ox the treaty as a ijuar-ante- c other steps of an aggressive ed in securing a splendid education I rv Kin and Kfni nf and when stricken with the illness. that it would not lrirtl nature. Ing. I"!eie call for stock prrvioul RATIISi a reThe British are likewi.Ji winch caused his ilcath,. helil engaged. them. llurdrtte ICamsey, Lancaster, Kj., Jul; 17. 1919 sponsible position in Washington, I). Single Insertions 1c n wcrd Paint Lick Ky The French said very mucl bound to send another B. E. F C. So ad taken for less than 20c His father stated to the writer over the same thing. 11 they worn to France under the same con in this column. No nds in this Bids Wanted For Congressman. taken care of, they were agree-Jibl- ditions. All three of us arc the prone thin morning that the subcolumn charged. ject of this brief sketch, "Passed Ilids will be received on Monday. The other poweis took signatories to the treaty. We are authorized to announce Seven insertions for the July 'JSth. for the building ot Now it would seem at first away peacefully as a child falling to CHAS. A. HARDIN, of Mercer coun n.'icu the attitude sleep, conscioius to the last, and school bou.e at Iluck-price of live. and ty, a candidate for Representative in I liey nr.ve never takci ai.y that the treaty is a little one death had no terrors for him." To the rolorril school on lloone'i "irc Phone orders must be paid Congress in this, the Eighth Congres sidi-d- . The French and Brit his parents, other relatives and the ctln r Mew. If we decide 3H w Plans and can l.e git-tepromptly. sional District, tubject to the action from Miss Jctmle Higgins. mat tli'.- - league win opera;-- to ish do not bind themselves to legion of friends, this is the greatent of the Democratic party. jt k icaxionta KaxxnxicusgKK kxkm lend us an army and fleet if we possible consolation. County Hoard of Our detriment that we don t He is survived by his parents, two Mant ceitc we will hear no in r.re attacked by Mexico or brothers, Mr. James llurdctte, a well Pony harness and pheaton for sale IS THE LEAGUE . dignant protests from Europe, Japan. And, as a consequence, known newspaper writer, of Chicago, cheap, call A. Amon. ? A "Vo will not be antagonizing n. number of critics are com Mr. Samuel M. llurdctte, an clectri LOST: Little white rat dog. Tag A good many people haw the i: o.'er there. They novi.r Plaining that wo have again cian of the same city; one sister, Miss So. 32G. Howard if returned to Mary Ilurdette, of Louisville, Miss stultified themselves iri their .ntoil one, particularly. At been victimized. J. W. Gulley, It. F. I. 3 of the Mary E. Ilurdette, who is now nt But the attitude toward the Leagje of all events, they did not want FOIt Parkville, Is an aunt. About 30 barrels of If you want your Nations. It seems to be the one very loudly. The Ameri t' eaty is only appaier.t. It may old corn. Interment will tuke place at Cave Ilee Pendleton. a number ' i:. to seo Hill cemetery, Louisville, popular thing just now to say can delegates were . the ones gtieve WANTEDt FARM SOLD AT An experienced tiVs country ass'irnis:,' any of (Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. boy that President Wilson has be who did that. to work in Confectionery, none out obligations lnioKci' in a too Danville Messenger. Hence it is rather late now to trayed us to the minister politic Mr. Uurdetto was born in Lancas hustler need apply. Call on Samuel A GOOD PRICE PeihfiK- they accuse President Wilson or e'un alliance. inns of the all'es. Cotton. Lancaster, Ky. ter where See cr mil, are right. Any treaty at an years. Hehis parents lived for many It showj tnat we have rather countenancing an nttempt by was a nephew of Mrs. J no J. M. Metcalf, Surxeyer, 23 years 8 short memories. So far fiom the allies to entrap us into a may be bad policy fur the Uni W., Miller of this city. S, A WALKER. Mjjr experience. Illue prints furnihcd ted States. But that does int lends of the family extend deep All calls inveigling us into a compact league against our interests. Wokclirld Wslktr Rllr Co. answered promptly Pliont-183S est sympathy to them in the loss of a with themselves, the allies took Our delegates in Paris were de make this treaty iinfaii. I.AMAMEH. KY Stanford, Ky. 2 France is compelled to main levoted son and brother. a rather phlegmatic view of manding the league. Many in the league when the subject America were clamoring for it tain a stupendous army to over Brown. was broached, and were sub it is ot our own maKing, or awe German military ambition, Relatives and friends were deeply -t jected to severe criticism from rather we are responsible for and the resulting financial bur grieved on last Sunday morning, July den presses heavily on her Cth, 1019 when they learned of the us for that reason. its having been made. a wnen the armistice was Inasmuch as the league was economic strength. She is for death of Mrs. Mnrian Drown, wife of I She was born Aug. signed President Wilson decid literally forced upon the allies, ever on guard aniT as Ger Mr. Josh Ilrown. was 37 years old, and many has a score to settle with ICth, 1882, the daughter of Mr. ed to attend the conference. we can hardly object if they She was and From all parts of the country want to coat the pill with us as well as with her, this is Mrs. Harrison Hay and leaves to fortunate for ourselves. Here mourn her loss her parents, one sis arose encomiums and adula- sugar. is where France reciprocates. ter nnd one brother and two,children. tion, with some criticism. We Great Britian also. It is well were told that the president THAT LITTLE INCIDENT, A number of weiriiTtention- - lor us that bnglaud can pay had conceived the idea of a EXPORTATION league to prevent future wars, ed people are still worrying for a navy which will prevent sinking of the German the Germans from sending war the noblest program ever fram over the Of Kentucky Whiskey D. ed in a human brain. And he fleet by German naval officers. ships to sea, and incidentally canto Europe to jhCp-iuu- They are grieved at thii thot o our own coasts. Has Commenced. was going If Britain and France can the otner nations into tha that the British either sanctiontold to force them into it i ed it, or intentionally neglected pay the cost ot eternal vigi- Shipments Aggregating 20,000 llsr- rclt Said To Hava Been Mada. they would not enter willingly, to tnke sufficient precautions lance, we can hardly call the treaty Wilson and had formulated a new pol- to prevent it. lit Kentucky'! export movement of And, unforunately, it seems Lansing probably had a few of whiskey has been started, it was icy tor the world. We claimed, in fact, that tha only too evident that the Brit- these facts in mind when they learned this week. Following tho lifting of embargoes idea of a league to enforce ish made little attempt to pre signed it. n the British Isles, largo shipments, peace originated in the super- vent the contingency. To deQRAIN AND RAILROADS. consisting of withdrawals from wareior sagacity of this country. It clare that they never conceived houses in Louisville and vtlscwhere in is rather late to deny it now. it possible would be demand We aro told that the crops Kentucky, aro being made by the Wo were the originators of the ing too much of human credul this year will break a few more Kentucky Distilleries and Ware M. idea. We wanted the credit ity, which is probably why they records. It is fairly evident house Company to Ireland, England Scotland on contracts made, acit, and if the scheme works do not make that declaration. that they are going to be large. and for cording to officials, prior to last JanEverybody Cordially Invited and Welcome It was suggested some time But the farmer can not eat uary. well, (and we think it will) we ago that the sinking of the Ger- - his own wheat. Not all of it.1 A report has it that the total of deserve the credit for it. pr1E JULY' 1st WE are expecting YOU SEED BUCKWHEAT Bale Ties, Wheat Mid- dlings, Barley Feed, Rye Middlings, Mixed Feed. Genuine Kanawha Salt. Conn Brothers. 3t3 1 P" o d "' . - .......... 1 yj Dr.-J- STEP-CHILD- Look - i r , 13-t- i mnnr n&n L 1 To Speak d one-side- Nomination .for Governor will address the citizens of Lancaster, Kentucky, AT TWO P. Judge John Carroll didate for the Democratic Saturday, July 26th nil The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 17, 1919 1 Squall. wx vox j&d-mAX- se j?sv? ws? 55 'J4 Rev. Henry Faulkner has Joined hit wife and children at Mrs. Rose Mnsons. Mr. George Mcltobcrts ing trip to Cincinnati Momli.y. .Mr. iinil villi-- , made n flyami Covington Jlrj. Sum Helm of Huston- -' arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. uj 'ti I Charles Rankin. mi.. Kii.ni.. ti, rv.ii;..r ..r mi.i.m,... lioro, iii visiting her aunt, Mrs. U. I). Simpson, on Itichmoiid slrcit. Margaret Bogie of Mt. Sterling p.iid h short vlit to Miss Juan Mount this week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam llasolderi and children left this week for nn extended Eastern trip for their summer Ml. Arabella Huntington and Mis I ... t "-- .'. Ml-- s lfV'-'-if.5ii,- t "?. Malonc, of Friday nnd is Unattractive guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. II. Hall, on KUhmond street. Miss Elizabeth arriveil GGossip About trip to tamp Harry Kinnainl of Middles-hor- Knox hist Sunday afternoon, going is the guest of her aunts, Misses and returning hy Pnrksville Squadron, made Lit ut. Sknw. of the a flying 2Dlh Aero People VV;? - n y A i Brltf Mir.lion ot tti Ccmlrji tni! Aft trttfti'itd In. Goinji 1yThuit The many friends of Miss Lucille Mrs. W. 11 Weaver and daughter. Tlinnmom nil I I,.. in Lm, .h,. i. KiSunili Elizabeth, have heen guests of improving rapidly, at the Good Xn- r Mrs. T. M. Lackey in Danville. niarilsn Hospital :u I.xinytnn. M Kate Hnd Lillian KimiHird. ti I'j f Mis-e- s Willie Mae Calico uml Jells week- llurdctte were the attractive end guests of Miss Cora has re to Louisville. l'ryart Mr. Henry Elliott, of Louisville, viit has been visiting the family of Dr. l"nt. .Major Virgil Kinnainl mid wife Mrs. James Cox is visiting her W. M Klllott on Maple 'Avenue. have arrived from New York City, unele, Mr Hunter lluue, in Iowa. Mrs. Nannie Iiwrcnce of and nre guests of their parents. Dr. Miss Corn Bryant entertain d .1 turned frcm a visit to Louisville. and Mrs. J. II. Kinnainl. on Maple liMtten lu.t week At McCrear?. few of her friends Saturday evening. Mks Martha turneil from n A. Stephens L. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Went, lam!, d in New York the hth of July, having the pliwure of sail ing on the same ship with the I'rcsi . J. Avmue. Mrr. It. E. Mcltoherts, Mr. W. B. Mr. M. E. Miller left Saturday for Mason, .Mr and Mrs. W. I!. Cook were Louisville to acupl a pisitlun there. vlsito's in Lexington, Monday. Mrs. Itella Francis is visiting her Itev. Henry Fauleoner and children aunt, Mrs. Edna Arnold at Orlando, of Illllsbiro, Ohio, are guests of Mrs. , W. i Mason, on Stanford avenue. Kinnainl has returned Mr. Kd Hopper of llu.lonvillc, is from a few djy stayt in New York the guest of his siter. Miss Jane Hop. City. per rnl brother, Mr Lou Hopper. Messrs Will Kite Anion nnd Burton Mrs II. D. Bowers ami children, Stapp hate Lien recent liter in of El Dorado, Ark., are guests of her Danville parents. Mr. and Mrs, S. II. Henry. Mrs. Joe Hohinson and Mrs. J. M. ...r. ..or on ...... mar.. ...... Farm have heen recent visitors in dauglitir. Khmlieth Cash, are visiting Danville. relatives in Stanford nnd London .Mr. Robert .Miss Nancy Elliott has been the cent guest cf Mrs. W. C. Kerr ,l'arksville. re- K. Utile Miss Eliie and Master Krnest Hatfield, interesting children of Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hattield, ate in Jabcz, visiting their grand-parentMr. and Mrs. T. I!. Walter. Little Miss Mary Clark and Master V. Clark have returned to their home in Lexington after spending a month with their grand-parents- , Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bourne. C. .1. C. Frank and daughter. Joe Hord Frank, who have been ,.viriil u unit It, I miritltm ,.(t Tuesday for Tennesee where Miss Frank will teach voice in the Millignn Mrs. .Miss school. Mrs. Itichard I'epples and baby, of Miss Allie II. Ilrown of Louisville, Covington, nre guests of her mother, is visiting her brother, (leoigo Mrs. li.indolph Harris and Mr. Harris. I Ilrown nn.. Mrs. Ilrown, also !nr two Miss Mary Moore Stephens of Dannephews J. X. Ilrown and , ..... - (jut.yf who havi. rc,urn01 S'.nilej ..u. ... ville is visiting Lancaster relatives fr0l() ...nry aini. .ne guest o ami friends. oi.. oversea, service, brother, Mr. Paul Miller and Mrs. Mr. Lewis Rill, of Ashevillr, X. C, .Miller. Mr. Stanley Oulley who has just re . Mlua L.l f?..l tl.rn.t.1 fritn. is visiting his sisters, Misses Martha Misses I'.uth and Louise Taylor. , Se'h0, uf'tlle nnd Helen (iill. hy u,achfr in and .icuoiam nie. v. . t r' l.i.. r?....t... tnl. Miss Marjory Ilallou of Stanford, C Cable nnd daughter. Margaret of 0rdiar(, .Jtl.ri is the guest of Miss Mary Arnold, on n.l.nna. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,hc ,e of thnt c, ujr Danville avenue. ""ln," stunts, which can be given only by Matter JelT Dunn, Jr., of LexingMr. and Mrs. Thos Adams, who, that invinciliie and daring aviator, Mr. have beeii the guests of Mrs. Xacklel Lieut. Charles T. Skow. ton, Is visiting his grand-parents- , nnd Mrs. D. (itilley. McCruth, have returned to their I Misses Mary and Charlie Klmore, home in Shnrpsburg. Helen Young, Francis Clark, Delia Ms's Mamie Stormcs Dunn is visiting Miss Aleneu Hamilton on Chero.Mrs. S. I). Garrison, of Kl Dorado, Tinder, t'ar.iiine Allen, of Lagrange. kee load Louisville. Ark., is visiting her sisters, Mrs. K. Mis Xora nmpbell of Xicholutvillo, Mist Mnry Mac Walker, W. Miss Margaret Cook will ,.ln Mrs.Harris, Mrs. William Ijiwson and Gibbs and Miss Kliz.lbcth Mrs. Luther Gibbs, comSolon II. Henry. home this woek from a moet delightpose a camping p.irty at lioonesboro, ful visit in Louisville. Misses Kate mid Lillian Kinnainl this week. will entertain Friday evening in Miss Mattie Lee Cox is spending Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 11. Milan, of honor of their neice. Miss Harry the week with her cousin, "its Georgia, are the proline! parof Middlesboro. King Sutton. Mayme ents of n dnintv littl. L'irlt),nt i.rrtvn.l .Mrs. James Hatcher. Misses Mnryllt th,.jr lunu. Juy VMi Thc liule Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Cecil of Wolf nnd Carrie Iteid and Mr. and Mrs. Jij,, ms i)t.en christened Josei.hine. County have been visiting their son, I'.ichard Anderson attended the Chnu-- , jrfc jiam jiss yU5an Hatcher. Mr and Mrs. T. K. Cecil. tauqua 111 Danville Thursday night. of ,1,1, citv bcfon, her marri;lKei ani Mrs. James Ijiyton who has been Mr. liussell Travis, of Fulton, who ,,'t' ha" n,nn' t"Qt,h hero who send visiting .Mr, nnd Mr. D. fiulley has has just received his honorable dis-- 1 congratulations. returned to liichmond. charge, has been the guest of Miss j,r- - ntl j,ra- - H, v. Itustin gave a ... .i,i. Dr. nnd Mrs. M. S. Hatfield spent r.unn nerKeie, on Lexington avenue. . Sunday witli her pareitts, Mr. and Mr, and Mr Itobert Irvine, of St. burbnti home, on Lexington street on .Mrs. T II Walter, at Jabez Louis. Mo., visited friends in Ijin. Tuesday evening, July llith in honor Mr. Irvine for- - of Mr, and Mrs. Charles F, Dennian, Miss Mary .Mac Walker, who his! caster Wednesday, been the guest of Miss I'ortir Hud- merly lived in this city and was jriten of Nicholasville, Ky. Kefreshments son and Miss Ktnabcth Fox. in Dan- a cordial welcome. This is his first wiru beautifully served'on the spac, ious lawn to -- U guests. ville, has returned to her home neir visit since he left here thirty-fou- r . l.nne.i) (it. years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoggs of spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. t). Gulley. Rich-mon- ed from I'ulham at 5:50 a. m., Greenwich time, northeast of thc village. circled thc Mm...n...1o ATIocncI5"16 descending. field three times b-- When first recn rhc i.x.ooto fore was at n height of 5,000 feet. A military band began playing ns ' she nenrcd thc earth. It had n rival Trsnt-.tUntl- e Trip It M.de ln phonograph abroad the dirigible, Return which kept grinding nwny until the Hold, Record In Kentucky In 74 llourt and S6 Minutct. landing was officially completed. Mr. Tom Adams, who is visiting j As soon as the ship was anchored IS LANDED AT PULHAM. relatives and friends In this his naI her officers nnd crew, tired, dishevel- tive county, is very proud of thc reced nnd hungry, tumbled out. After London, July 14. (United Press. ord made by his bank, The Citizens submitting V n whole ser . es of t n- to 11 i.i 1. r 11 n ...... Bit ...IK"e J.-- t. 11. tiIJV t Hank, of Sharpshurg, Ky, of which lull teresting views thev made for their y hoiifcd in her hanger nt I'ulham Mr. Adams it its iwi'icr, in breal.lug quarters, intent only on getting n rea! nil records in Kentucky for the lar- today, having completed her round-tri- n sleep. ves-- l trr.nsatlantle vnvnire rnrlv gest per cent of it having reached a perccntngi! cf The nirthip left Mineola, L. I., nt) f.07. Tho nearest bank in Kentuiky mat any ways nppronched this, was n:5fl a. m. Thursday, Greenwich time' 1 1 :."r. p. m. Wednesday, New York the Montgomery National Hank, of ( Mt. Sterling, with n percentage of time), and landed nt Pulbani nt 7:02 a. m. Sunday, Greenwich time (3:02 .111'. Paint Lick, Kentucky, July 12th. a flight of Considering that there were 187U a. m New York tlmo( Thc locals defeated the Ilerca team hours nnd oil minutes. Her fly- this afternoon in a double header 2 to hanks in the Fourth Federnl Itcservc District nnd that Mr. Adam's bank ing time from Kast Fortune, Scotland 1 and 5 to 1, the first game wns a should prove the banner one of this to Mineola Vas 10S hours nnd 10 min- pitchers battle between Galloway for great number Is a record to be proud utes, a total of 183 hours ami 0 min-ut- thc visitors and Tntcm for the P. L. for the round trip. Thc west- Ulucs, Tatcm being returned the vicof indeed. The following letter from Mr. W. ward Journey wns approximately tor by the score of 2 to 1, miles and eastward 3,00 miles. L. Threlkeld, the field representative Thc second game was never in experienced trouble with doubt ns thc HIuc had gotten GalloThc of thc Fourth Federal Itcserve Hank in its Kentucky division, comments one of her engines when half way ways number nnd proceeded to slai,; on the vonderful record as follows; across on the return trip, jutting out sufficient hits to push three men down her speed somewhat. She bare- across thc pay station In the .first in"Citizens Hank, ly escaped n nasty squall as she land-a- t ning, they also counted one in thc Shnrpsburg, 1'ath Co., Ky., at I'ulham, Thc storm which had recond and one in thc third frame, Gentlemen: As you doubtless know your bank caused thc Air Ministry to switch her with this lead Farris cased up quite a nttained thc highest percentage of landing place from Kast Fortune to bit and allowed Berea to count once any of the 1870 banks in thc Fourth I'ulham moved southward and hurst in thc final inning. Only two over thc field on hour and n half aftFedernl Reserve District. FIRST GAME 1 banks attained a percentage of over er the crnft was hauled down and Berea 100, which two banks were yours anil lodged in her hangar. . . 2 Paint Lick Three attempts were made at land- Batteries Harrison anil Galloway. the Montgomery National Hank of ing before it was accomplished. Mt, Sterling. At Lackey and Tatem. Y ou will notice from the article on the third effort several men jumped SECOND GAME. 1 . thc second page of tho Lexington nnd grabbed thc tail rope and made Berea 5 Lender of May the 2Sth that of the Id it fast to one of thc concrete blocks Paint Lick The .R-3- 4 Batteries Clark nnd Galloway, banks having a percentage of ovir placed for the purpose. 230 per cent of their respective then unloaded two and a half tons of Park and Farris. Paint Lick is to have Hurgin for quotas, fi are in our Kentucky Divi- water ballast, coming to an even keel. Hundreds of men assisting in thc next Saturday afternoon, game startsion. ing nt 3 P. M. As thie teams arc Accept my most hearty congratu-lations.upo- n landing were drenched. Thc crossed the Irish coast evenly matched a great game is exthis truly wonderful and GreenI think near Clifdcn at 10:30 p. m pected, Hurgin will have their best most praise-worth- y record. it would be well if you would have wich time, Saturday. Thc night wni material out to get revenge for the your county paper republish the ar- clear und there was a bright moon- drubbing thc Blues gave them on Inticle which is in the Leader, but in do- light. She later passed over Liver dependence Day. Y'ou are invited to Norfolk county be present and root for your County ing so, be careful to put in the right pool and reached percentage for the .Montgomery Na- about daybreak. She was first sight - Team. Y'ou tional Hank of Mt. Sterling, can obtain the exact figures from n little booklet of date April 25th. 10' J which was sent to all of thc ban' 3 in I a in not in my this t. and haven't one of the books with i.te. but think their percentage is t'cry rincercly yours, W. - Threlke I," SHARPSBURG BANK SAFE OVER SEA, Sells Largest Per Cent of Quota In Liberty Bonds. P.l .inij BEREA BALL TEAM Suffers Double Defeat. ........................ o'.c Lieut. C. B. Wilson Is Back From France. d , i- - uum- - ......, ,., ......) vuun, ... ... Canada, ,.. in 1,1 :;) I I ill V' III i i Cabbage Plants, International Stock Food. Water Melons, Paris Green, Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. Uncharge. He enlisted in 1017 but was held as 11 reserve officer until the early part of 1013, was sent to Camp Greenlcaf Ga., with thy rank of 2nd. Lieu.. After 11 few- - months training in the Officer's Training Camp there he was sent to Camp Lee, Va., where he wis promoted to rank of 1st Lieut. Was there made commanding of ficer of n Vet. Hospital Unit which he took over nnd brought back from France. Win recommended as n Captain but on account of thc armistice it was not acted upon by the War Department. Lieut. Wilson was graduated at the University of Kentucky, 1013: received a Doctor's degree 111 bacteriology and Vet. Surgery from the A. nnd M. College, Iowa, Juno 1017. The other boys arc getting back one by one ami it is hoped thnt all will be home together Christmas. Corp. Hume Wilson, who has been in Franco with an Aviation Detachment going on two years, was sent hy the Government to the University of France, Montpcllier in several months ago. Will return home when ' school closes. Corp. Gilbert Wilson, who is still at the Hospital at Fort Mcl'hersoa writes that he expects to be home on Tribble-Kendri- ck. 11 furlough soon. Lieut. '.'S3 The marriage of Miss Viola Tribble 0(5th John Wilson, U, S. Infantry,' V) onu of our popular school teachers of Division, has, been discharge the county to Mr. Henry Kendrick, nnd is at the University of Chicago, (!) j of Shepcrdeville, came as quite a sur completing his work in the law reboot. prise 10 ner lamuy and menus litre. They were married the past week In Danville at the Presbyterian parson Mrs. Chas. A. Hardin, wlfo of Clr- -' age, nr, J. .McDowell oilicint-in- cuit Judge Hardin, of Harrudtburg, t received 11 service medal cn July II, The bride is the chnrmlng daughter frjm the Xational Council of Defense I of Mr. John Tribblo nnd is quite pop-ul- for her splendid work during thi war. hero where she has many friends. Mrs. Hardin rn.scd marc money fori Mr. Kendrick is 11 popular furmcr. war work than any other one pinse,!,' Their many friends extend congratu- man or woman In Mercer county, be- -, lations. After n few days on a tides working e' cry day at tii3 Kcd bridal trip the rouplo arc at home to Cross rooms r.nd doing many other J their friends at their pretty farm things to help her Government. H ei near Shcphcrdsville. service medal came us a tribute to her patriotism and loyal service to, MONEY TO LOAN .on farms 5 the country, for which she descrvej. 2 per cent. Miss Shelby Mason. and has the praise of her nfany 2 1110. Danville Advocate. friends. Lieutenant C. B. Wilson, who rc of ie are guests of their uncle, turned from France, June 2i!th, is .. M p llr visiting his parents nt I'nint Lick. 1, (...n.... After liis arrival in thc States he whs c. .u..i-j-. given a leave, during which time he will be at home before receiving his ,;.nU.rtllincil ,., Chicago Foot Specialist is Coming Here ar- At considerable expense and trouble, we have ranged for a foot expert to be at this store TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JULY 22nd & ,, 23rd for the convenience of foot sufferers. Examination and Advice Free W ... " j I f,i.. i.,:fi V I No More docs houses. is, Jt .XL vjs5tw 5 r- V!SA (. Hurlinc Fed X:! - Came torth and Cain Complete Comfort This expert, who is one of thc Staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the noted specialist nnd recognized foot authority is able to tell at onc what the real cause of your foot trouble is. He knows feet asi dentist does teeth or as an architect T:crc. is a 1 1 1 Mrs. Hardin Honored.' .. Appliwiai orRoiicdt) JvrEwRotTnxifik No matter how simple or how serious your foot trouble he can tell you (and show you) how to gain M Scholl Immediate Relief nnd a rapid correction of thc difficulty. Remember thc dates, uc ure to come in. Everybody welcome. JOSEPH MERCANTILE "Mfrtcfi Kurt? CO. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July NEW TURNING 17 1919. TABLES FARM BULLETIN By PEARL 0. MEYER. Now Ready For Distribution farms described. yotr name on our mailing list at once. Hi n n CO More (Set Semonin - Goodman Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. ANGUS- - LAND 'STOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen An gus Cattle for saleanytime either sex any njje. Also rejlistereil Poland Cliinn Hoi's. Bit! type A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Lancaster, Ky. !... paper j)'ii, Urate.) Aunt June leaned in it mii open hel n the garret. "What's this?" she ipi'rled, h.iullnj nut some w til tf material. Heckle, her niece, drew her brows together. "That's the luirenii scurf t started i lust winter. Vnu illiln't like the patI tern, n I dropped It." "H'im." ulil Aunt June. "What's I hN J" She pulled out something gay with color. "(Hi, that's the table runinT. t Riil ii slit, of It t lie it Mulshed the thine." "I I'm. And thlsj" Auulher article Mill brought to light. "liomlness me. I started that shirt-l- t iimt n jeur ngo. I'd forgotten al! ii limit It." ii "Since iii ere old enough In nihiT," niiiiinenreil Aunt June, "I hrm trhil to Impress uu )ou the Milne r tinliiliig wlmt jou cniiiiiienee." "Iu what Jon set nut to do. This applies in greater things thun bureau scarfs olid shirtwaists. If )ou know n thing I. right, en abend with It." "Iliil. uiinlle." Interrupted Heckle, Ibis rime successfully. "How uni I to know that I eiin trust my own ' tCopjilsiit, by tli Mi dure News 51 ACRES HARMFUL GREEN-BOTTLE Gamp Dick" LAND Six miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike at FLY AUCTION WEDNESDAY, JULY 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. Causes Wool Maggot of Sheep and His' Bten Known to Deposit Eggs ' on Calves. , i Drpsrt-me(l'rep.irrl lr the ttntleil Hlnl nf Agriculture.) The green bottle fly lias u wide ills, frlbutlon throughout the world. It Ii known ns the green Imttle or green Mow lly In this country. II U rather closely iissnclntisl with hiihlfnlloas of man mid Is not us tiiuimniily known on tly the range ns nre the screw-worand the black blow tly. It Is often If gariihundant In cities, bage Is not properly cared for. .1 Tills Is the lly which muses the wool maggot nf sheep In the llrltl-.l- l Isles. 1 , 23i Dr. "Kxaetly." returned her niint, with,! II pleased llisl. 'i.et'4 eo down now. I t( want to take n nap. The nap leiicthened Into h regular jl oiimiz". Aunt June wn ti mund er. She wjii nrntwil filially hy knock- - Ii Itie on the dHir. "lt' hlllrp lit rnlir." culled IterUle. Aunt Jane nme hnrrleilly. Iler simple toilet did not take many minute-'- , i.lillr.-- a tlnal hurried dull at her tight ly twlteil put: nf srnv hair, "he iiiomhI timnrd the door. To her nstonlh- ineiit. It win loi kiil. She rattled the knnli Weornti-l"Ileekle," she in!!ed. Tin so snrry," spnke a small voice close fn the ke)hole, "hut I'm dolnc what you tohl me to ilo." Special attention giv-e- n iihH'k ihN door," deinandiil Aunt to all troubles of June sternly. "I nin't." the feet. ''What do )ou mean?" "Nnt until )ou tirnuilse nie some DANVILLE thing." said Heckle meekly. "My heart I Till" Is the Gilcher, Hotel every S tells in- -I've am right. nud IipcehiI only way, lieggeil und you hae alivny.s sahl no." Tuesday and Friday, g ira)ed; hut Aunt Jane's hunds sank limply to S her sides. Heckle had nlttliiglr made RICHMOND her u prisoner. "I'.iikle Stouell, let me out this In Oldham Building, st unt. Thursday's only. Law and the Successful Life. $ I will." Cllllle the pleinlllii; voice. There Is sometli.iig sect He In thai "If you'll uy th'it I may marry nnblt of seeking after n law- - which w Hwlsht." STANFORD may obey. We may study the law of Xecr." she rHirtnl. "Dues that our cniiieiitence, but that whlppi rsnapper know you hae matter at and for Saturdayonly. a successful life slums no law. done this?" Tuorinu. "Vo." In hreathless haste. "I Just fts,ii Mm to cniiie to supper toiilelit. I Her Appearance. told h!iu I had ii real nice surprise for Mm." Jlllilreii had accompanied her father vllluge and on ber re"A real nice surprise," mlinlckeil to the ucar-h- j was telling her mother of worn-r- n Burfcon Poultry lUmmfy Aunt June: then, after a sllj-h- t pause; turn'lie saw there, tier mother a asked will Ret It." CURES "lie nuiitle." Heckle's inlce was mil If It wns u certain woman, and Mil "Oh, few draDi In tb drinking water caraa I!A1)PC of tears "llieii you can't come out. dred Immediately replied: "No, moth !I ana prerenu wnin Tie sot to pi tr she looked newer than thaL" dlarrboea, cholera uid other chtek If's after tie now. dlBtwet. On 60c. bottle mikfi 11 downstairs." Plat bottle, Ekllont of medicine. . Stains of Photos After Fixing. price $1.30, makes SI ruHon. At Aunt Jane leaneil weakly against ilruffiiiatt, or tent by mail postpaid. the ihuir. her thoughts In The hrown or yellow stains which, sin h turmoil 'Bourbon Ramedy C&,, Lexington, Ky. that she wjs nre sometimes found on photographic moiiif nturlly stricken iliinih. The minister due nt six. The prints utter being taken nut of the tnlili- - not set. The hlvulls . In an hlug bath can be prevented hy tillioiitliurst of ilesiuirlii'.-- rare, she heat ng n tiihlctpoonful of vinegar In the water In which the prints are washed on the door with her clenched fists. -niter helng developed. Helkle!" she shrleki-d- . Heclile!" No reply. From the distant ilowii-sliilr- s came little rliiltcrlliL' scuinds us 2 Ton REPUBLIC Violets. ufillslies liclnir moved. 1,'inir. wheel Inw sUke body? There are many myths am) legends 'It's, twenty mliiules of six. Aunt connected with the violet, which has June." been considered the good luck flower 1 Ton REPUBLIC 2 "My lilciilt!" milled Aunt Jane. by many nationalities. In some places, Chjiis or.iy SISOO "Vou wlckisl girl. I sliall necr forgive Ktigllsh rural folk say a handful of the first violets found should be taken Worm Drive oii us lung as I live." These hitter words elokeil II little Into the farmhouse, so good luck will Kxpreni bisly SS.HO soh from the free side of the tlonr, l.e assured In the hutching of all the Chain Drive Paliy fowls uf the hurcyard. A terrlOIng Idea Hashed into Aunt Kxprej.s ItiHly Si -- rtl) June's mind. Ild tin- - girl mean she nwuy? All her nralli was tnUht run v i pt nwuy suihlenly In n lloocl Ihle of ll s She could tieer think of hue. I'tckle other than a ihtld. That was why she would never listen to her talk RERJQLIC MOTOR TRUCKS J, of murr)Ing. "It's leu minutes of six," pleaded :oio g(us-- i ,v V vmtfiiHiall.U It IVrkle. "(Ih I heard the gate clli-';.rssjrfi there was n moineiitiir) ipiaer In her (nice. "Aunt,.lane I'wLiit Is so dear." Iler voice sank to a breath. rung The Jangle of the door-hel- l Co. through the house, Hut to Aunt Jane's The undersigned hereuy iitve wurn-Vi- c heart. Heckle' whispered words sound lucurisirutisl to all persons nut to trespass upon .d louder than did the bell to her ears, ur land: for any purpose whatever Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittin"Helkle," sho HUeslloin-il- , "lire )oU s we will prosecute ull offenders to ure you're right?" the fullest extent of the law. Hunt"Yes," came the answer Willi a ers and fishermen especially take quick Intake of breath. EYE CLASSES notice. "Then )ou shall hate him, dear," K. I.. Elkln. Mrs. Cora IMiilllps, The key rallied In the lock. The Mrs. Emma Daniels, dour sMiiiig open. Aunt Jane mid Kryptolu Artificial Eye. It. L. Arnold. , III cklo stood fact-- to face. At that moment the doorbell ugled most ImpeMrs. Sarah J. P. Itackley, Invisible Itlfocul Uus riously, Mrs. Kmma Iligginbotliam, -M) biscuits' ipisped Aunt Jane. KdJ and N. 11. Price. Heckle' fun- - uuu glimlng with S. C. Rlfc-sbsviel Joy, "Don't ou worry uh'iut II. M. Anderson. 4th Chestnut Stt, , those tdsctilts," she laughed, "Io yoi It. L. Barker LOUISVILLE, KY. luiiillue I ill.ln't want my engagement It. U Kelley. ldper to he u sllci'ess. Just xi out J. C. Rlgsby. III the kitchen nul suicll 'cm." JJ.Wjk Chiropodist "Your conscience will tell )oil." llei'Ue, sitting humped iimt the toy 11 trunk, tendered deeply. "Then." she ald finally, "If I start to ih something that I ttm ure Is rlslit, I should not iillow- - cen jou iweu you. auntie to swerve me from of in) ptirixi-eV j ' ' j The Green. Dottle Fly Enlarged. FOOT I DOCTOR 0. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Ii f aL" OncDrop wmia '' 2000 and the same hnhlt bus recorded for It In this t mill rj . It his been known to ilcjMisIt eggs on the soiled rumps of cuhes as well as sheep, fn. ti liming diarrhea, and occasionally It Infests wounds on animals. It Is usually slightly smaller than the blnik Mow fly and Ihe screw-worI tly. Its mlor range from a brilliant bluish green to a durk metallic limine green. It Is without stripes or other markings. The ndiilt flies usuallr appear during Ihe first warm da) of spring and nre present throughout Ihe summer, though they iiehlom as numerous as Ihe fly or black blowfly. The length of time required for devel opulent Is almut the same as that required by the black bluwrly. The mag-- , got hn-ei- l exclusively In animal mat- ter. There are two or more species of flleii of this group which occasionally breed In living animals, apparently attacking only old festering wounds. They are uf little and since there are a great number of different kinds of files of this group some of which are not at all Injiirlnus, It Is hardly necessary fcChi-tfam- ri fi&AINlNQ PROCESS that the stockmen learn to recognise them. Their slie varies considerably from a little larger than the common housefly to somewhat larger (ban Ihe black blowfly. The color Is usually uniformly gray, with Mack stripes on the bark. Many of Ihe members nf thU group S:-rof flies retain the eggs In the abdo" W thete simple operation! invone ran innlv Israutiful h.n! ftWtt men until they hutch, and thus bring over old soft wcssl or previoudy finnhrd tlir, doors, .tondourk ind s forth 111 log maggots. Those furniture. Waliible;l.relpmu(;lijLsindejrshleiejlharJoodfinih. Cxtisbr it which attack thing niilnu.ls hreed In J cents per square f it. Directum on each can. to jrain ir.-- 5 minutes at iliinvlng iinlnial mailer, and their life L history Is almost the same ns that of THE STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY the screw worm tlv. The flies seldom hl. ri ar. tnaj. tumnjui ,M.,r,l . J s,.l f.J CV lmft qy.l.rr.fm. ausiJ is J become very numerous. lb. home, all .liiii- -i (lf rl Oil br "r mi.i sis,.,.. Cuaranmj Im ll.ni. .j nuts loc analruri lu p I miik. Ihe cases In which Ihey nre fiuind In lltlug unluinls they nre h mii I it I In old thi ohio vansiiSH cOMeaur clcvcund. o festering wounds or (lie young are j ilcuslted ufter ii sore has InMcKOHKRTS DRUG S10KK. fested hy screw- - w onus. Thoe files weiii to be able to withstand the hot, ( dry weather of midsummer In Ihe I Southwest ami prnhahly nre rcsisin- suite ror many or the cases of nf,-- . latino of animals during such periods. . Irn (f ,. ,,, FORD FORD Live A Harry P. Kollv heullhy herd of cuttle la Iho farmer's working cupitul. s cscj Notes . P nre the sworn enemies of Do you keep weeds or sln-ep- Stock .ti ? QD. There la money In pnl slieeis und very little In any other breed. Sheep raising doei not rcqulro eiulpmeiit or heavy labor. SI weeds. POSTED Southern Optical THE CHEVROLET MOTOR" CAR te t It'a u mistake to sell the brood because she happens to be grown ui. in every The Chevrolut Motor Car is respect. Iluilt for service iinil comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "3aby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. 0. 15. Factory. A car loud of these American Heautics juat unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. Tho umouiit of grain lo feed bogs on pusture Is about II per cent of their weight. Look after tho brood sow when sho rarrowa. A little attention will navo a few pigs. Velvet beans and peanut meal are nseu in cuttle-rccdln- g testa ut the Uni Terslly of Florida. I'lgs furrowed In January and Febru ary should be ready for the October and November markets. Feeding and developing pigs after weaning Is a subject In which all pig club members are Interested. SSSSSSSBSV. PAINT LICK GARAGE! COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. -, -- - 4L The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 17, 1919. HAIL SPELLS DESTRUCTION 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, LIGHTy 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 destroyed in 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 cart 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 foi 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 per acre in barn for three months at $16.40 per acre. I auto-maticall- FARM LOANS f To-da- y is here. Use it! So why put off. To-morro- w may be too late. SEE me at once. am in a position to give you protection and to watch over you and yours while you sleep. I EVERY GOOD BUSINESS MAN CARRIES INSURANCE ARE YOU A GOOD BUSINESS MAN? Farm Loans at a low rate of interest. if you need money. Investigate this If you are contemplating purchasing a new Automobile of any make and need financial assistance don't hesitate, but see me. It dont cost you any more to insure in a good strong company than in a weak one, so before you Insure give the Continental (with a $10,000,000.00 capital cash) a thorough investigation. You will find me at the Garrard Bank and Trust Co., or The Kengarlan Hotel. From all nvnilnblc indication 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 nil, fo why not spend a few dollars and protect you. Policies go into effect at noon (12 o'clock) Thursday, July 10th, so net at once Either phone, write or sec me at the GARRARD BANK or KENwAKLAN HOTEL. THE TREATY UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE CO., SOLICITORS Will Protect you. Charley Thompson and Smiley Hill. R. T. PEDDICORD THE GENERAL INSURANCE MAN. particularly in tY nurry, against I'.et nr.d ir.5rrt r lioii't forget t.'nt babies nursed bv thei" nutlier'j milk, ami given plenty The New Vurk City Department of of fuh air, iinvi three times the i Henllh linn juit iuued a most ovir others in leaflet on the summer rare anil diarrhoea, pneumonia and iMtdren's treatment uf babies which should be infections. In the hands of every young mother. Don't expect a quiet, composed. It summarises the advice on Hut healthy baby unless you do your part Weather Health for llaby, by Mrs. thoroughly and constantly. Mux Went, Jut rompleteil in thU Don't forget that a mother wl. ) newipaper, anil in a short but com- thinks her milk is not right or plete net uf rules ami regulations for for her baby may secure medical protecting baby life in hot weather. advice on how to improve it in both Kvcry mother should memorize ami quality and quantity she should conapply the rules to the rare of her own sult her private physician or go to baby. Here they are: the offices of the Department of Hot Weather Tips For Mothers-an- d Babies. vnlu-ubt- e MEN WANTED FOR THE Virlous Powers Named. white coal, while other water poware termed "green coaL" But there Is another vast source of power, namely, that which may be derived from the waves end tides of the ocean: and this It now termed "blue coal." n er- Only the power derived from melt. Inu cinders and snow cap Is known sutri-cie- AIR SERVICE If you are ambitious you can not afford to overlook the opportunities in the Air Service. TEATERSVILLE. KY. Miss Buelah May began her cchool at this place Monday morning. Sanders Bros bought CO shoats in Brodhead for 17 cents per pound. Mr. Kemp Walker and family visited relatives in Lancaster Sunday. Don't kiss the baby on the mouth so. today that wtv-imcertificates in denominations of ilno and $1,000 would be issued for Ice. at once. purchase and investment Don't fail to keep the baby's food, War Savings Stamps of denominawhen prepared, on the ice. tions of live dollars are conwrtnble Don't fail to feed at regular per- Into thee securities which bear the night. iods, day and same rate of interest as Savings Don't let the baby use a "pacifier". Stamps, four per cent compounded , Constant sucking of a dummy teat quarterly. baby's with and continued sav"Wiilciprcnd causes deformities In five dollar growth. ing and investment Don't neglect the daily care of stamps throughout the country has baby' mouth wash out with boric caused insistent demands for (lovern-men- t acid after each feeding. security which would combine Don't excite the baby etpecially safety and profit of savings stamps before sleeping time or after eating. with convenience in handling registration. New securities have been Don't rock the baby to sleep. issued in response to that demand Don't let any one sleep with t'lo and to provide medium for invest bah j. ment of fund of fraternal ocieties, Don't let the baby sleep In t'io un labor unions, civic, social and religwith the light shining in its eves. which signified ious .organizations Don't pick up a very younij baby their desire to Invest their funds In 'without supporting the bacl;. these Government Savings Securities, Limit of investment of $1,000 Don't ncgleit to bathe '.'io hah;' cates. dollar certificates "One hundred dully. In summer frequent wet tV are convertable Into $1,000 certifl-fo- r help. each individual which is feature Don't fall to clean all folds of'sMn und powder well. Don't let a wv't bib of Savings Stamp issue has been reor wet cap string clufe .bjby's neck. tained." Don't keep baby In tlm home; Our philosopher says: The church fresh nlr is ncressary for isrowlli. Don't permit flies to bo'her baby member U good standin' who lets his farm run down, uln't got much real use a net whin Don't fall to fccren in the windows. religion. Don't give soothing syrup to the cross baby. Don't give "patent" couth mixlur-- j es tor a rougli. Don't fall to secure the best milk you can alTonl tn buy. Don't allow tlicf to rest or feed on baby's bottle or nipple. ie Don't fail to wash bottle anil before feeding the baby. Don"t fail, after feeding the baby, to wnh bottle nml nipple. Don't let the milk bottle stnnil about, off the or allow )our friemls to do Health. War Savings The Government is giving FLYING TRAINING to ENLISTED Certificates. MEN, as well as a complete course in Aviation Mechanics, Fabric Work, State Director James II. Ilrnwn, Rigging, Woodworking, and Motor Mechanics. Savings Division, War Loan OrganiThis is an opportunity of a lifetime. Aeroplanes have come to stay. sation, of Kentucky hin received the following telegram from the Trc:i'-There will always be a big demand for skilled aeroplane pilots ry Department at Washington. "Savings Division, Treasury De- and Mechanics. NOW is the time to learn at the Government's Expense.' u partment, announced Floyd Reynolds has bought cattle from several parties here price 9 Mr. Kemp Walker bought n bunch of shoats from Kin Simpson price 18 cents per pound. Angle Sanders bought several barrels of corn from Hughie Noel at $9.50 per barrel. Mr. Mark Uogie and family of Marksbury were visitors of Mr. and HERE ARE SOME OF THE REASONS WHY YOU CAN NOT AFFORD TO OVER-LOO- K Mrs. Otto Simpson Sunday. THIS OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN THE U. S. ARMY IN THE AIR SERVICE, AERONAUMrr. Sallio Sanders of Lancaster has returned home after a visit w'ith TICS DIVISION. her daughter, Mrs. Steve Hill. 1. Highest branch of the Service. .Mr. E. 1'. (irow and family were 2. An unlisted man lias the opportunity of attending a Training School where a three months' course is Riven in airplane construction, repair of anil the upkeep of airplane motors, I visiters of Mr. and Mrs. William and woodworking. In view of the fact that the airplane will without question be used to a very Simpson in Lancaster, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, llurton Sanders and large extent commercially, the knowledge gained while in the Army could be put to very good advantage in civil life should the soldier desire to return to civil life after serving with the col- children of Madison visited Mr. Robert Ilroaddus and family Sunday. ors for three yours. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Long, Mr. and 21. Attention is also brought to the fact that the average salary for men between the tiges of 20 and 25 years of age initials about $88,) per annum. Compare this with the pay and Mrs. Jasse Long were recent visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave allowances in the Army, figuring as follows, which is conservative: Long. 21G0.00 Private Pay per annum Room and Hoard $10.00 per month 180.00 Pleas call at my office In the Court Clothing 170.00 House nd list your taxable property for this year, as the time it fixed and 1,010.00 limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT 1,178.00 Sergeant, figuring on same basis as above THIS OFF. A. T. SCOTT, 1,202.00 Sergeant, first class, figuring on same basis as above Carrard Co. Tax Commissioner. . M. S. E figuring on same basis as above 1.G10.00 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 in struction, and after the prescribed course has been finished, which generally requires three months, you are 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. Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Henry MontgomRecruiting Officer and experienced aviators will be "n Lancaster every day for the ery and children of llourne, Mr. and next two weeks. Be sure and see the exhibition of flying every day during that time. n Mrs. Elijah Mc.Milliun and son J., attended preaching at BuckACROBATIC STUNTS AND ALL KINDS OF EXCITING AND THRILLING FEATS WILL BE PERFORMED BY TRAINED AVIATORS OVER LANCASTER NEXT SATURDAY, eye Sunday and were entertained at JULY 12th. dinner by Mrs, Mary A. Sanders. Hoi-ma- After having completed a course at school a soldier has the opportunity of taking an Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calico and daughters of Hichmond.Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Calico and children of Mc- Creary and Mr. Stormes of Oklahoma, were entertained at dinner Sunday by Mr, and Mrs. Klbert Calico. Mrs. (J. W. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hicks and daughter, Hazel The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 17 9 9. 1 1 $ Davis, four brothers, L. 1L, J. G F A. nnd J. It. Davis nnd four sisters, Mrs. C. Clark nnd Mrs. Speed Led-fMrs 11. L. Wallace attended the of Mnmlsburg, Ohio, Mrs. John 1.I.1.........1 ri , Ilnrdwlck of Hamilton, Ohio and Miss Mrs. W. F, Parks is spending n few Ethyl Davis of Lowell. The symrecupera pathy of the entire community is exdays nt Dawson Springs ting. tended to the family In their sad Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert' Ellis were the bereavement. ' guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J, A, Kiddclt, CAHTERSVILLE. j Sunday. Jim Uuckcr is expected in n few Mrs. Walker Nantz continues very days to visit his mother, Mrs. 1. C. ill. Ituckcr. .Mr. nnd Mrs. J, U Pitts were werk Mrs. K. I.. Woods, nnd Mrs. T. II. Slnvin nrc ngain nt Battle Creek end visitors in Bcrca. Michigan. The Infant child of .Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. F. Foley nnd family and Mrs A. R. Carter is seriously 111. D. W. White spent Sunday nt Slate Mrs, Ellin Conn who has been I.ick Springs. very sick is better nt this writing. Friends of Willie Itogcrs are glad Miss Fannie Kelly nnd sister visitto see him ngain after over n years ed Miss Corn Roop nt the week' en I absence "overseas", Mr. niul Mrs. Charlie Wren and Mrs. 11. J. Patrick and son, "Billy" children are visiting in Corbm this arc in Bloomlngton Ind., the guests week. of Mrs. Joe Frisbie. DA1N .Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pennington und .Mrs. W. S. Fish has returned from children visited Mr. ami Mrs. J. I). n few days stny with Mr. Fish nt Carter Inst Sunday. Huntington, West Vn. Mr and Mrs F. P, llrynnt were tlici Miss Eliza Scott Crutcher of pleasant guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J, .Mr. mid Ballard last Sunday. Nicholasvllle is the guest of .Mrs. J. Walker (!uyn. The dKrict school opened at lar I Mlfses Allie Kusscll Fiih nnd Eliza tersville hut Mondnj, with Mr. Wil.ie licth Benzley spent part of last week fircen rnd r'ts Amr.rli Anderson I touchers. nt Crab Orchard Springs. .Mr. Joe Woods was operated on .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and Mr , Sunday at Richmond for appendicitis nnd Mrs. C. S. Robinson and children' nnd is getting along nicely. visited .Mr. and Mrs. Edward Si.-itMr. Jim Rucker, formerly of this last Sunday. Dont worry with an old worn out ma- - j place, has resigned at the bank in Please call at my office In the Court M by phone jSj Lexington and gone into the llfcrag Houie and list your taxable property chine and lose your crop. Call l for this year, at the time it fixed and and we will deliver you one of our Improved jj business at that place. 31 Mr. W. I). Jones of Lexington and limited by the law. DO NOT PUT ; Deerlng and Dain Mowers. A. T. SCOTT. .Miss Nancy Lowry of Nicholasville, THIS OFF. Garrard Co. Tax Committioner. were the guests over Sunday of Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. fluyn. Mr am' Mrs. Roberts nnd son ind Buck and sister, .Mrs. John Campbell nnd daughters, Miss Georgic Mary Catherine, of Louisville arc Mattie and !nnn visiioil Mr. and Mrs spending the week with their cousins hllurt ( oolcy Inst Sunday. (rncic nnd Emma Hall. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andie Robinson ami (si :a. "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" Jim Bowling, wife and baby of children and .Misses Amanda nnd ibs Cleveland, Ohio, have returned home Lillian Calico visited Mr. nnd Mrs, after a pleasant visit to their parents, Walker Bryant last Sunday. Mr. nn.l Mrs. A. T. Bowling. Mrs. John Hordwick of HamiUo'i ued till the last rodent ia disposed of. ' The United States Department of1 Ohio is with her parents, Mr. nnd Agriculture furnishes phvns nnd hills Mrs. S. P. Davis, having been called The Department of Agriculture cs. granar.es, here by the death of her sister, Sirs. of materials for rat-pro"The greatest wheat crop ever and in its Farmers' Bulletin SOo de-- , John Tudor. timates that the composite condition produced in America is being har- scribed various methods of defrayMisses Nancy nnd Rebecca Oarrcd of all Kentucky crops on June 1, wns Grain elevators will soon be- ing rats and mice. These publica- of E. K. S. N. and Miss Docia Met-ca- lf 10.5 per cent above their ten-yi- r vested. which tions may be had free on apfrlicntion come veritable treasuries and Mr. Chester Metcalf of Stan- average condition on that date. In thieving rats and mice will break in- to the U. S. Department of Agricul- ford were week end guests of Mr. making this estimate the ten-yeto if they can. average is represented by 100 and nnd Mrs. U. M. Burgess. ture, Wnshirgton, D. C." Don't feed $2.20 wheat to rats nnd Friends of Miss Edna Underwood the composite c6ndition of all Ken MAT S. COHEN. mice, says the United States DepartCommissioner of Agriculture, will regret to learn that she is serious tucky crops is estimated at 110.5, ment of Agriculture. Traps, poison, Frankfort, Kj. ly ill at fiibson Hospital in Richmond, This shows the bumper nature of the construction will stop end where she underwent an operation crips this year. their raids. Saturday for appendicitis. enemies of stored grain The arch The Difference. Mrs. nnd Mrs. James Conn and Mr. AND RODENT A modern creamery is to be bi'ilt DAMPNESS Lre Vniiderhllt. tho elder in'HInnalre. Mrs. George Spoonamore of Lani the and elevaPESTS rats and mice. An ai-to boast that lie inily wore a at the Ksprriment Station foi caster motored up Sunday afternoon )f clothes once. Many of us nre suit like tor with a leaky roof is only a little use of ttuilf ts in the College of Agwere guests of Mrs. I. C. Kuckcr lint, of course only It Is a much long-i- r Special classes will be and worse than one allowing free entry riculture. daughter, Miss Chastino. once. to rats and mice. The present price given instruction in making c"i.' so, and Misses Louise, Mattie Estelle nnd ! of wheat makes a telling appeal for butter and ice cream. Those stuValuable Dlicovcry. rat proof construction of wheat con- dents who wish to specialize 'n ti e Emma Evelyn White and Miss .Mary It has been found pnslp by Riddcll who are guests of Miss Jamie tainers. Now is the time to till rat operation of creameries, ico crcani to use magnetic compares by holes with cement, or cover then with plants and cheese factories, will be Bronston were in Richmond Friday iii'iuntlng them on horsehair cushions,' sheet iron, and to build new mouse-pro- given special courses. Short courses and attended the Chautauqua. nh'ch counteract the vibration of air W. C. Kelley of Lincoln Nebraska, planes. granaries of cither concrete or are planned for men and women wiio galvanized sheet iron. desire to become official cream test- and H. G. Lnnglcy of Omaha, Neb., Where rats and mice have plenty ers in creameries and milk depots. stopped off on their return from Col Trade Secret. they The creamery will be under the direc- umbus Ohio, nnd visited the formers of food and are unmolested, A West Dallas widow says that the overwhelmingly. multiply Mr. W. W. West and latest proposal h has received was For ex- torship of Mr. J. O. Barkman who has brother-in-law- , . ample, in Australia during the great been connected with the Dairy De- family. from a lunch counter mngimte. who war, sacks of wheat in high piles partment of the Ohio State Univer- The time has been changed for the raid It she would agree to marry him hi- - would show her how tu make a awaiting shipments became infested scries of meetings to begin at the chicken pie without immkcylns with by mice, which riddled the sacks and I church, from the 23th to chicken. Dallas Nevis. Christian destroyed a large part of the contents Repetition. the first Sunday in August. Rev. before preventive steps were taken. Amnm Catherine a Mienf nf re-- Bnugh of Hustonvillc will assist Rev, No Friends Like Old Friends. Undr similiar circumstances a like re- niarulilu coincidences .should Includs Bowling. A friend whom you have been gain- sult would inevitably occur in this tlio rnUnwlng: Six brotlicrs or Ciinso, John S. I.edford who has been at Ins during your whole life, you ought country- - Where it is impracticuDle .Vrivn Kcotln. hearing the ISItillral not to be displeased wllh In a moment. mines nf Cirus, Kllas, Sll.fs Ananias, home n few dnys, returned to Camp A stono Is many to proldo toght containers for btorcd j Z..H icnrs becoming a linrlns and Cornelius, were work- Taylor, Saturday. John S., fs one of ruby, products, steps jhould bu taken Im- ing take cure you do tint destroy It "ii n fish wharf uhen n henvj our boys who wns severely wounded In nn InMnnt against another stone. mediately to trap or poison rats and thunderstorm came up nnd one ot i mice in the general vicinity of ttor-ag- e iIii iti was uriuk by lightning. It was while on the front, but is able to go Kadk about with the aid of a cane. buildings, and should be contin Ananias. Uostou Transcript. Stones (or notaries. Please call at my office in the Couit The rosaries sold ut Kundahar nr Houit and list your taxable propeity extensively manufactured from soft. for this year, at the time it fixed and crystnlllreil tlllcule of magnesia. This limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT ta qiinrrled from a hill about thirty THIS OFF. A. T. SCOTT, inllcs northwest of the city, where Garrard County Tax1 Committionrr. soapstnne and uiitlioony are also obEARNINGS tained In considerable abundance. The Col. Carman, familiarly known as tone Present Karnlngs nearly six tlm-:- s new Interest requlrtuients of this Prevaries In rotor from a light yelferred Stuck. Doctor Carman around here, spent a low to a bluish white, and la generallf SINKING FUND mingcouple of days here last week opaque. Annual Sinkln.' Fund eunl to 5 of Net Turnings. ling with old friends. We understand PROTECTIVE PROVISION the genial Dr. will not locate in Paint No mortgage on plant without the consent of the majority of preferred Lick, much to the regiet of many old stockholder. The Company has no bonded debt and no dividend can be FOR STUBBORN friends paid un the conunou mock unless iUlck assets ore 1M of liabilities. PRICE 100 and accrued dividend to yield On Friday 11th at C a. m. the spirit KSSES" JAMES C. W1LLS0N &C0 210 S. Fifth, Louisville, Ky. of Mrs. John Tudor took Its flight to COUGHS AND'COLDS tjjo realms nbove. Mrs. Tudor want the Itobinion Hospital where just Dr. KIng'8Ncw Discovery has a fifty year record one week previously she had underbehind iC gone nn operation for appendicitis. l'AINT LICK C. n PEERING AND 1 Mowers! HAY I li nl it f Electric Western & POWER d Its exclusive features make trouble-prooLIGHT I s 1 RAKES I 49 of Western Electric THIS and Light is type practically automatic in its operation a child can operate it.' Dependable electric service night andjlayfor, your larm. Seejlus plant Jnoperatioa, HASELDEN BROS. I BASTIN BROTHERS Grouch and Dad Health. Scientists tell us Hint It takes th rwnty three months in reenter from an bli 'tfc nf nu er. A grouch, lli-- n. must be ri'ii'tnutlr Irjln.- - m u'i" back to health. Dvtru.l I'lee Cress. Mid. Air Proposal. Tho "must renmrknble propnsal" we Know of tins mode nt St. Ixiula by Charles Kruger, n trapcte performer. inc of wIhuc must sensational performances was to c.itch nlth his bands a Indy nhn dltrd through the air from i great height In n desperate "leap 111 is Guard Wheat Against Rats And Mice. Kentucky Crops Above Average. !! No Words Wasted. I'lie shortest rettew of a bonk that heard of was that published ri have in nu American paper recently After tinning the title, the author, pnd I utillsher. Judgment la the It uue word. "Shake." ia'd for life." One night as In- - raught her her ilpnnnard Might and had her twinging In the nlr, he propose! to ber, and before the cheers had died away he had secured her content tr lie b! wife. - Will Build Creamery. Summer Specials Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Water Coolers, Lawn Mowers, Coal OilfStoves-- That do not heat your Cheaper than kitchen. coal. 7. 3MEOWERS J oh.T Deere Hay Stacker, John Deere Hay Rakes, John Deere Pitless Scales, Brown Wagons, 75 ft. Iron Fence. v k J. R. MOUNT The O & Deal House. CO. All that skilled physicians und devoted husband nnd relatives could do wns done but to no avail, und she quietly passed away. She was 311 years of age and u woman of many lovable traits of character, that she was appreciated by her friends was fully attested by the number that followed her to her last resting place. She was a member of the Presbyler-Ia- n church at Old Paint Lick where' funeral serviceSsjvero held at .'1:30 Saturday afternoon ufter which interment took place at the Paint I.ick cemetery. Sho leave to mourn her lass a husband a.id live small children, her patents, .Mr. and Mrs. S. p. It built Its reputation on Its production of positive results, on its surencs In relieving the throat irritation of colds, coughs, grippo and bronchial attacks. "Dr. King' New Discovery? Why. my folk wouldn't use anything clscl That's the general nation-wid- a esteem n remedy is la which this held. It action is prompt, it Uste pleasant, it relict gratifying. Half a century of cold and cough checking. Sold by drujpiits everywhere. That 'nature calling for relief. Assist her In her dally duties with Dr. King' New Life Pill. Not a purgative la the usual dose, but a mild, effective, corrective, laxative that tease the bowel lato action and cbaac "blue." BoweU Out of Kilter? W. J. ROMANS. 7 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. i I Thursday, July 17, 1919. u ii ii ii ir CATTLE TICK IS BADLY WALLOPED Have Tour Tires Retreaded Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e retreading-n- ot can half sole-a- nd cess of rebuild a tire at less than half price. I : Bloodsuckers Receive Severe Trouncing in Infested Slates During Month of March. FINE WORK OF ERADICATORS work Is lirlnR ronilncliil followlnc the nlrap of Hie dtnle from foilmil iiirnnllne, the round recently ilcrliltd tlmt the tnte Inwi pnnlillne for lnlr niinrniitlnrx nrc lepnl, nml It K Hint the flnnl work In Miv.lc- olppl will he ructcwftil ilnrlnir tJie iin cht jenr. Statewide Law In Alabama. m tiiti-wli- le ii remit of the hew law In Alnlmmii It K hopnl Unit the entire Male will lie n IriirPil from federal quarantine hy lieTt Dcremher. The law reipiln nil enmity roinuiK-loner- V court" In roiinlle to tirotlde lm-i- i n for dlpplnc nml lo require the dipping of utile inery Iwo weeks lii tueen April 1 mm vm mm m a! 1' vu : 1 :ntj ",e uioiesi lM u- name in ...... ooocy-Land SYK EE 53 m 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any According to Reports 1,203,497 Cattle Went Through "Canal to Prosperity" Dig Increase Made In Number of Dipping Vats. I!'rri.irr.l liy the llnlle.1 Hutu ment of Agriculture.) DepartHie cat-J- o llll.l -J L- l)eci-iihe- 1. In Cyr S)Milllltle work 111 eounlleM In hellii! comlllclnl srltln; leiiri;lti, tniiinil for hoie that these routitlis will he rii.'ii'.d from iiiiirnntlne t the tii of the illpplnir Mason, The hnow the realm of child QU hood dreams is a land of sweets. Make some of If llio nmiiiiil buttle against fever lick rim lio boilng match of nine r.nin.N romnrrl In a !!( h inonlli from .Mnrrli In Horcmbrr being Il Is Irno Unit the tick cot n thorough trouncing In tin- - 11 n't rounil, mill Iho Iioll rang Willi Ihe pnraslte fig. uriillvrly hanging mi r tin- - r i L. B. CONN, Mnrrh of Dili jour brought more dlpplngt of nilllo for llio lltk tlmn were ri riled In nny other Jlnnh since Iho fi'ilonil iiml Mnlo governII IC II II II II II il ments began In light iho mrullo In I Kit. Ar online In liMirl from nil Mates lJIKI. I!7 entile went through ''III.' ciiiihI' to prosKeeping Twin-lntrn- d Clcwn And Pantaloon. f twine, perity" In Mnrrh, Will. This compares , Hti!of ranking n Arci nl ii !Hik on ynv -. mil ii on one of Hie I.H.U In Jlnnh. HUH, and (iti nmniK r timl Ixiltn i v . 'ii. .iMnlrn Willi K.M..-.0iM. .iirli ns come on ,i knge uud .V.l-- In Miinh. HOT. h t) lor her friend, tht (ultnrt'H hung this on a hook. hnrltqiiu i .f mmM nrlclii: Tin This jvnr's results mine from nn ' nnlrfli " tilrh Ilit hnrlHjtlln lo Hip Tlinl Tick In .Mnrrh" I .( ittmn) (w ltli the object of iirrwiiiliis mi fur n iirtl culurul-Mr- lr Biblical "Seven Ages.-I'l- rl iiImm iirt- - tin trltiutnmllilo the reproduction of the mrn- ni,e. froiu Ihe .nun. m lo i llott "i ' 't in id' tmitrrUI lck Hull In am Ik C: htihhI ago. lo Hie rlti'. Il.e jiroitiire nn uore klll.il nml t th Hir itn rfpn- .Mnrrh will tl.iii;nn.l omliig of Ahrnhnm lino Cnr.nnn. IKS mil I Ion of ileHcenil.inlH (n nick ihtHliM'ii ttit torn it ml ih enltle ngo. to llif CiiMut from IiIihkI nil !' '.i innii ,ihI t)int II. ii; Hilnl H fiimiiiiT. Willi the llylns i:enl. Hl C.: fourlli Bge. lo Hie Murt In Jlnnli. nml wills oonllnueil filMtf ..in I rv urv unn i" h i' loin n iir ol Snlomon'ii irmple loll tlforoiis nttnikt throilsh the illpplns I! i' . fcflli use. to tin- - iiilni- - ol enon. it l lielleve.1 Hint the tick Jciiinleii f.yi II (X; sixth nie to SpftfmM!': Sermon liaxe gem! of the Iilrlli of Chrssi, socuili sge, la rrnt'lsliiB Ihclr r, nlni of cloniilni; up III.- tilt" prcsml time. km more Munrc miles or territory tliN yenr more ihrni eer hn lieen re- ne. In one xenr from the fitlcral (ltinmntliie nrnlisr the .et. llonllhy IncieiKct In the mmilicr iillnlil- - for ue uln ,of illpplne vmi UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISare kIiouii hy n MirtK lo Hie Inirenti. In The Danville Buick Go Propietor. Danville, Kentucky, U K n nmnil ... those dreams a Walnut Street. ll taking home A Cattle Tick Dipping Demonstration. reality delightful by WRIGLEYS frequently. TRATION Director fieiiernl of Knilrimiis law eiiMieil hy the lloorc'a leKKhltlire at Its 1SHS M'sslon ,c. emi-n"ei lle In lleremtier of this Jear, nml HOI may he iho nt enr of the IIiVk residence In that Mate. In riorhhi it will he necessary In riimluit erndlcatloii work In units com-poinf m'mtiiI iiiyntles, nml for this rciiMiri more lime Is rispdred to t dipping ats and make nrramri inenls fur vjsti'inatlc work. The penile of riorld.i. hoeer are nllte to the for tick i idlcatlon, nml the lale pivoii In the federal Kin eminent makes It M'cm certain that I'lorlila. despite Hi great urea still under ii!:irautluc. will not he the last Male Inhnhlteil hy the tick. In .Vortli ("nrollnii tl nuljcntlon woik is helm; reorgaulzisl with rucour-ngln- g pro.cs for nn early clean-up- . Flnnl "mopplnc-upwork Is hclng conducted In Soulli Carohna, from which the federal iunrantlne wns remoed last 5 car. Mnte-whl- ify sjM ( How about M 'tT UTterTavorpl M H LastsI CS?xpS KEPT RICHT ) 'r XV-t- X SEALED TIGHT 0 y'l A'3 - Errs Louisville & Nasiiville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares are now In effect to various Summer Kesorts ProAiding Attractive Vacation Trips Following are round trip rates from Lancaster to nearby resorts (war tax extra). Illue Milne, Ga $15.90 Diamond Spring, Ky. $1 1.58 $11.(1 Gallatin. 'IV mi. Irvine. Ky. $ 2.7(5 .Mnryville, Tenn. $10.20 Oliver Springs, Tcnn $ 8.82 Torrent, Ky $ 0.81 Crab Orchard, Ky. $ 1.08 Franklin, Ky $10.20 Hartsville, Tenn. $12.70 London, Ky $ 15.21 1 PREVENT C5G LOSS OF GRAIN iivi7;ijur u in hi i - --i, , . fcfJii-rTi- .'li ,.t, I. u? - Shorthorn Heifer, Tick Infested. Poor Work of Binder, Shattering During Shocking and Faulty Separator Are Causes. .Murphy, N. C. $17..'!1 Smith Grove, Ky. $ 8.40 Westmoreland, Tenn., $12.71 For fares to other points or further particulars apply to local ticket agent. BLACK IS A WINNER Black will be an e:isy winner of the democratic nomination for Governor in the August Primary. The people are for him. He ia the logical candidate. His great service to the ticket in 1015 should not go unregarded. Ho is 10000 votes stronger than any other candidate. In 1915 he reduced the republican majority in 35 counties in Eastern Kentucky, nearly 5000 votes. His majority over his opponent was from 4000 to 8000 more than the majority of the other members of that Governor .lames D. It is generally conceded the ticket over their respective opponents. Ho 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. He's a Winner Vote For Him and Democratic Success In November! Unite! Stales Prpart-men- l March, 1IHT, there were 15,7(i.". nt: (Preranvt hy tno Agriculture.) of anil In .March, WIS, there were ITiSTD. Under aserage conditions the loss of This jear there were '."Ji'.Vi. grain daring haret Is fur greater thiin It generally supposed hy the av-- i Reports From States. rage farmer, r.nr work on Ihe purl ' A Miminnry of the Mate reports shattering during shock- Minus that Alahumis wills l!.'J.'IO Mils of the hinder, Im; and hauling, faulty work of the steuogriiili r hail H.ljisi dippings In March; Arkan-m- , The Rrute. pnrntor. and minor losses ut the (ml!,1ill vats, n,77il dippings; Flor- si sslfe I'opportnn "The has gone idline result In n waste of millions of J Our Foolish Flloso'r ida. 1,111 als. JILIM., dippings; shopping and left mi-- In charge of the hushcls eiery jear. Willi a gunran- Cheer up Whj orr) .Mot nny. bnhy. and I'm litest If I know how to l.'.-.Mils, IM'.Tilldlppliigs; Iiiils-Inm- i, leisl price every fnrniiT Is offered nn hlng you do will make soniet,nil glad, 4,4.V) Mils, J.VI.IL--.i dippings; Ml. rlmsluiw Incentive to reduce smh losses to n If )oti gel sick somebody tcho don't seep the hege.ir iUlct.M MsMppl. S..Vi:i ntH, rjs,ii;i dippings; minimum this season. See that the like you will ho pleated about IL If t.tfler irlttcally legardlng the bowling llklahomn, 1.II.VI nts, I LUIS dippings; hinder Is In good working order, "I slidul.l I 111 Ilk JOU could Jmelillel on get well somebody who likes )ou Si.ul h Carolina, Nil Mils. 1,417 diphandle the handles carefully, using n I will feel mighty happy ubout IL If easily kctp blui quid, both In a west 7 pings; North Texas. 4,KKi visit, tight floor or canvas on the wugou In i jou die tbc undertaker Is entitled to uud pb.vslcat way. by gagging him carefully lying his hands behind his back, dippings; Smith Tolas, l.'.-.-l) vals, haullm. anil a demand hy Ihe fanner eongrnluln r that Is to say, we all binding his feet logelber, nailing tils nuitl dippings. Preliminary mid that the separator do rlllclent work i.nie our little tnomeuts. Indianapolis cioibi-- s lo the Hour, uud Ihtu udiiul work was conducted In will fate many dollars' worth of grain I Star. lenug i lilorofonu to blm." North Carolina. lit well as add to the pnekethook of Ample pnilson litis hocn made in the farmtr. el cry slate fur dipping Mils, and mi lulciiunlc supply of dipping materials hiis lii'.n dlMrlhulisI to the rountles REPAIR OF PASTURE FENCES that will likely nerd them this reason. Satisfactory progress In constructing Little Time Spent In Replacing Weak Mils nml In preparing the dipping soPosts and Tightening Wires Will lution was made despite ihe cxeossUo Prove Profitable. I To assure prompt movement of all live stock from Central Kentucky rains. (Prepared by the fulled Stales Depart- points on the Louisville and Nashville Rail Road, arrangements have just In Terns, which has the largest completed for the handling; of live stock from stations between How- -' ment of Asrlculture.) I been amount of lnfesie.1 territory, encouragAdvantage should be taken of the land nnd Richmond, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train Icav- ing progress Is reHirted from zone I T evlnotnn 1 M C!,n.1l I. . fllnu.. No. 1, which Includes the territory In first lull lu farm work to Inspect nnd It,,. A Utile time which eradication work Is to he repair pasture planned most vigorously Ihlt jear. spent from time to time throughout Nearly all Hie rnuullcH In zone No. 1 Ihe season III replacing weak posts, have made appropriations for the tightening or splicing of wire and drivwork, ami construction of dipping vals ing an ocnislonal slaple may save Is helng pushed us rapidly ax posslhle. much trouble later when the pasture I'cenmcK short and the entile are tempteil by crops lu nearby fields. A Ky Lv Rowland 11:45 A.M. Mrong feme discourages cattle from Ky Lv Gilbert 12:01 P.M. attempting to break out. while a few Ky successful attempts may make regular Lv. Lancaster 12:15 P. M. fence breakers of them. If plenty of Ky Lv. Hyattsville, 12:45 P. M. water and salt arc provided and Ky Lv Point Leavell 12:55 P. M. kept 111 repair, usually little fences are Ky Lv Taint Lick 1:31P.M. trouble will be cxerloncod unless the Ky Lv Silver Creek "2:00 P.M. short and the pasture becomes Ky Lv Duncannon 2:25 P. M. ml He are lured by oilier llclds. Ky Lv Tort Estill 2:40 P. M. Shorthorn Heifer, Free of Ticks. Ky 2:50 P, M. Ar Richmond It Is belle veil Unit the general dipping I DOESN'T PAY TO SPRAY DEETS CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. of nillle every two weeks will l rim-- 1 Ky Lv Richmond 4:00 P. M. dueled In nearly nil of zone No. 1 dur-- l Easier to Make New Plantings When " , lug the present year. Ky Lv Red House 4:30 P.M. Attacked by Leaf Spot, Especially In Small Garden. Ky The Oklahoma stale legislature, by Ar Winchester 4:45 P. M, milking a special appropriation of JI0 CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. 000 assMeil several counties In Ihe irrerared by the United Slates DepartKy Lv Winchester 4:45 P. M. ment of Agrlcultuiv ) southeast corner of the Mate wliUli Lv Wyandotte Ky 5:00 P. M. (arden beets are attacked by u lent keenwsl liniibhi til riil. fnnils wlllil Ky Lv Avon 5:21P.M.1, which to carry on county work. With spot which materially Injures Ihclr Ky LvFcnwick 5:23 P.M. this assistance It Is belleveil that llkln-bour- n growth, but It Is so easy ti' make a new planting of beets that It hardly Ky Lv Montroso 5:55 P. M. Is now lu ii position to get rid pays to spray, especially In the very or the tick by the end of ltd). Ky Ar Lexington 6:30 P. M. ( The Al Kansas legislature recently small garden. This Is practically true CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 appropriated $100,000 for lick ennllca-Ho- n of a large nuifitier of diseases. Ky Lv Lexington 8:33 P, M. lly keeping slock solutions of copIn Hint stale, ami with tlio largo Ky 4:00 A. M. Ar Louisville per sulphate and lime on hand, a lltllo force of foleral, stain ami county is located on tho rails of the L. and N. R. K. The Ilourbon Stock now it t work It Is'believeil that liordcaux mixture run easily be made ull nt the stale, with the exception of up mid applied with a cheap spray at Louisville, and live stock can be placed for unloading irmcdlately upon seven or eight counties,, will be re- out lit that can bo purchased In any jrrisi. thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling Central Kentucky shipleased from quarantine next Decem- seed store. Where these sprajers are pers to market their stock the day after loading. ux ber 1. The Louisiana forces seem de- not mude of bruss or copper, the Ship your Llv. Stock to Louisville, the South's Cr.at.it Msrk.t. mixture should not be allowed termined to wind up tho tick fight tills to stand In litem, and they should be year, and the Indications, are thul they thoroughly cleansed with clean wutcr will be successful. In Mississippi, where final cleau up after uslug. Hev Busy Man Saves Time. Tlie hiisy huslnei man no longer need linger user sum plntltuoes at jours ol ihe Mh ul hand.'' uud "we ure gta.l lo lie ol service to jou In the lus'ead lie has his favorite mailer phrases niiiiii. crc.l and nleil In a FmaU desv ciitnlogue. mid dictates hln letters Inrgel ly talking numbers to his Care of Umbrellas. Cnrelosi.-nesIn ihe treatment of urv brellas Is n gloat faclor In their rapid An umbrella merely deterioration. dump should be opened nml left until dry. while u vrr we! one hnuld bn put to ilniln I'.r- -t handle down w aril, snd opened for the llnal drying. Attention Lamb Shippers. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 17. 1919 MatmMattit;!)ttllMMltHMMMtMHMH)0M8C3MWM 8 'WHEAT, RYE and BARLEY We have plenty of sacks. Call and see us. Phone 26. Lancaster, Ky. rltidson, Hughes & Farnau. uggest n league of neighbors for his way up lo the grnde of lieutenant-colone- l In France solved the Job the nmicnble ndjuitmcnt of nil fuquestion himself by donning overalls Oh, he's just n ture clothes line disputes. A Holslievist? and going back to his old position of chtap imitntion of nothing trying to In the delectable clays of July and janitor of the high school building in August we may speak of the sunny his home town. lo? as omethini. The Lord loves n cheerful giver, suns of summer with n full realizaj , T'nt was when we used to tale Owe tion Mat they are sunny. nnd we love n prompt payer. J"tri- - :cal cracks al Itockcfel.T for un'rnythine. brother? Sonic of our dear people never liroMiitp the price of nil. Ilj" siy' It's po trick at nil to get rich think of practicing what they preach. Old lohn U. has wings compare with lic As, for instance, when they make use o'iu of the me lorn sharks who nre thei- - uays. The chief difficult i t l.vping out of Ml. of the expression, "I should kiss a .rlin the marrow from Uncle Sam's pig." Lones. There yet remains, however, one effective means of curtailing the his'i We are not offcri.ig No. indeed! In the absence of more satisfying Stop living. c st of living. t.i die for the kaiser or any o'her nuthods, however, our thirsty friends We are just hanging onto this i.dght allay their sufferings by back-in- t. With Bolshevism stalking at our duel: up and receiving their morning iloor, the horrors of war seem to he old life until we pull the last stnw from the busines end of e jualed only by the perils of peace. iimler with us. a mule. A change of kicks is quite Soa ) box orators are continually exhilinrating, at times. If. as they nsieit, t!:e woilil Is joun. we decline to sit up aa.J see telling us that nothing is impossible Quite If, as some think, America is tu iv: old one out and the new ons in. in America. possible true!thisEcn the insane eventually take over the administerin s'ij l.i.e is boosting prices. Some of these days, when we havr nianii tor ing of affairs in Turkey, we suggest ehausted our subjects for eilitoriul Messrs Dcmpsey and Wiliard as most When a fellow is young he wants Carr'nin mention tliinkletn, we'll excellent timber for the front ranks to be old, nnd when he is old he ."(tain. ol our army in the land of the sultan. vents to be young, and when he is Their prowess might prove of some in Chicago, the other day, a mur- half way between the Lord only p"i.ctical alue to their country. derer made the proud beast thut he knows what he wants. kojM never slay in jail, lie didn't i It transpire, however, that it was Were on the way. lies was hung. Virginia ivn ami!) interetJ la Kith a sane rnd a sanelcss Fourth bhe win If you buy it in this town you; ricurding to whether you are a wet the setting of iluck epA r:il beyond this brill.rnt visiting her aunt shortly afterwiiril keep both the goods and the money a dry- slit had any her at home. Which is a point quite well remark cur innunltivc brain Jc .'ti- and her aunt itked "No. If Aunt JIolllo." little ducLs tt. ' worth considering. es to function. seriously, "but we have got lots of An American soldier who fought tueiu planted." And now, beloved sisters, w hum- - Cracks At Creation. My Was It A Dream? An editor of a church paper, after working over his lis of delinquent' subscribers until he was weary, fell, He dreamed that he was n asleep. boy again, back 111 the district school,' that they were having an entertain-- 1 ' ment and thai his part was to recite "The Old Oaken Ducket". When it ' can. i' his turn he spoke out in his ilecp, but this is what his stenogra' pher heard him say; "How dear to our heart is the old silver dollar when some kind sub-- 1 scriber prerents it lo view; the Lib- -' erty head without necktie and collar, nnd all the strange things which seem to delightfully new; the spread-in- g eagle, the arrows below it, the stars and the words with the strange things they tell; the coin of our fathers, we're glad that we knew it, for some time or other 'twill come in quite well; the spread eagle dollar, ihe old silver dollar we nil love so well." of blackberries nRADSHAW MILL. . Mr. Floyd Snyder is visiting Mr. lUirton Sanders. School has opened here with only ' fifteen ill attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl llaker spent tKe day with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse linker, j Monday. Mi's. John llroaddus and children spent .Monday with Mrs. Susan Ilroaddus. M-- s. Il.iscom l'rcwitt and daugl.tir Nora Lucille, were with Mrs. Jesse K.i.l. Monday. Pirate call at my office in lha Court f House and list your tasable property for this year, as the time if fixed and limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT THIS OFr. A. T. SCOTT. Garrard Co. Tax Commiiiioner. day with Mr. (leorge Colson and family near I'reachersvllle Mr. Andy Thompson who is spending the summer in this city is now with friends in llrynnttville. Misses Kllen nnd Maggie Miller have returnctl home after a pleasant visit with friends in ltarboursvilte. Please call at my office in Ihe Court lloule and list your taiable properly for thl year, a ihe lime it filed and limited by the Law. DO NOT PUT THIS OIT. A. T, SCOTT, Garrird Co. Tas Commi,,ionr. Miss Stella Hnminark who has been teaching school in Jackson Midi., is at home fur a two months Miration. She was accompanied by her little cousin, lidemia Hose of that city. Cannibal Fish. tlll ropy the sot 'I. ny fresh-wate- r ami mm rnnnlbal. Pike are the worst lii i rr.peet but trout have similar Ii Almost i. cannibal erery mmi1 In a brook which accounts dally is tin totir u dozen of Its youmirr POlNT.LnAVELL. Mrs. Clarence n few days with relatives Mitchell is spending in ll.irbour- - Simultaneous with the appearand j Mr and Mrs Harrison Coldiron on the Lancaster mar-spent Sunday with Mr. Will l'arson, kit the u.ar shortage has becoi.)V near Lowell. rarl Long Valued as Jew.l. acute, nnd it is doubtful if the l Ii,.. the only Jewel worn al caster housewives will be able to. Miss Annie Thompson ami little twin.- lurimil It. All Ilia precious .'akc their usual amout of jam mid brother, Kverett Clay, nre visiting rulilrs, einernldl li,n.illamnniR Many grocers have Ijm-- ' friends here. I re3rvt. .no Die rent hate tu tie rut before Mr. Hen Hnmmark who hus beenj ited the rale of sugar to a dollar's ' ran he worn. Itut the pearl It worth to a customer, and say there ii; with the Marines for two years is at i.i ii Just us It Is taken (ruin the oys-i- i It Is unions the most ot i shell. r.o prospect of an improvement in hone for a few days, the situation in the near future, Mr ami Mrs. J M Colsou spent Sun-- i hi of Jewels. 1 rt ' -Hi-j I 1 ville. e Complete stock a u D Al LING 9 1- -2 x 15 only $1.75 per bundle. WIRE be HIGHER. Phone us your order. Wagons Old Hickory and Weber. 2 4 Complete $115.00. 3 inch Complete $120.00. Weber $5.00 Higher. Our stock h going fast and can't be put back for this price. Better get yours while getting is good. 3-- Mowers Get that Mowing Machine Our, price only L to-da- y. Wire Fence 4 foot No. 10 Top only 40 cts. 4 foot No. 9 Top, only. 55 cts. 4 foot all No. 9, only . . 80 cts. Delivered to your Station. Get your order in now as prices will n Delivered To Your Station. $75.00 O 2 Friends it may sound like fish tale when we say higher prices, but just as certain as we live today practically all Commodities for fall will be decidedly higher. A word to the wise now. Take the tip from us and get your requirements early. No chance to lose. ROOFING Market Daily Advam-my- . Get Our Prices Iiefo:o you Buy Galvanized 28 ga. .55.50 . Goinu Higher; don't wait a sintfle day for you may Jose. Phone or write us todav 90 lb. lied Slate only $2.75 pur square. 19 CEMENT NOW IX STOCK. Host FLOUR Patent Hour made PIANOS Kingston Player Piano READY-TO-WEA- R WHY PAY MORE Sugar Lenox Soup SI 1.00 5 cts I ( O s CI ,,, especially invite you to i' see our Ladies ,,U! . as 0nI' . " 80 nta ' Dolly Varden only $1.50 mnH. A beftt "nd ... Hti,nd and our j Nai!s only 54 ' 00 Kcg ' per bag. lietter come at once nnd ' see fur yourself. behind every one of Vm. ' Special durinu July only $475.00, on Departnient. Dresses. bhoen, Hats. Oalv. rubs 85c and $1.00. Wire Fence.. 40 and r.r.c. i Get our prices on Hungew. ClothinK. Hcttvy nrbci, Wlre $Bi0(, ' Track Guttering, Hinges, etc. easy terms. etc. hverything and our Wheat Shorts Ground Hurley . Sli.OO Liberal Discount for Cash. prices are more than right. $.''o. WELCffS DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE.?' BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY.