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LOOKS LIKE SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 17 BOOZE STOLEN From Basement Of Police Court 1'oom. i Hs!HsiHHHHsllllllHsHs9PlisBV II!-- 'GOVERNOR BLACK - CITY PROPERTY Y Mr. Brown Still In Business. Kentucky's Governor Issued the Some Important city real estate following messago of encouragement deals have been made during the past In hist Sunday's Enquirer, Tom nnd appreciation of the moonlight Oomwi II, one of the most aitutc school ten days, which shows that city proptenchrrs anil those who are erty Is In greater V DV "iM1. -politirnl prognosticators In the ?ule, ! demand- than was fighting to wipe out Kentucky's illitever known In Lancaster. travc a rerult of n straw vote tn'xen eracy before the census of 1020 is H7 counties, rives Judge Car-ro- il Mr. H. Clay Sutton who" recently trim taken: sold his farm on the Lexington pike n lend of C.770 votes. While he "While the countries of Kurope refor 300.00 on acre has purchased of fnys the leturns trom all over the Industries, it is our privMr. James W. Smith hia handsome state are not complete, yet those from late their United ilege in the States to rehabiV nnd elegant new home the counties heard from indicate that cn Maple build their ruined cities and rehabiii-itate-th- e Carroll will win. Ht nays: the prica being $10 000. lives of our fellow citizen. I'vcnue, This is on'e of the choicest homes "The 87 counties from which One of the most necessary nnd most in the city and was built by Mr. Smith have been received give n noble of reconstruction tasks is ti li.nl of fi,775 to Judge Carroll ovel nbout two years ago. Modern' in teach all those who are unable to Gov.- James D. Illack, and the vote (.very respcet ar.d will make nn ideal read und write. We must do th':i beNoel, of llarrodsthe new owner. HOW LANCASTER LOOKS FROM AN AEROPLANE. accorded soto I. J.that he scarcely can fore lie Commonwealth and the na- heme for W. Sweeney has Just closed burg. Is Mr. J. minor tion can make great ndvancemer. be censidcred to be a factor In the 1 deal with Mr. J. I. Hamilton, sell-in- ;; The ln.ehers and citizens of LVi-tuck- y his home on Lexington street, luce. lire pioneers Jn this movement, with eight acres of land, the The 3.1 counties not reported are which tue 'nov become nation-w.d- e' ,r'ru J Hoiuciaw en Italian) and Hickman, Fint congress- nnd has tven beentadopted in ot'ie price said to be near or about $15,-10- 0. ' ni In tht deal Mr. Sweeney get tertalned lait Thursday in honor of ional district; Hancock, Hopkins, Mc- cotinliic.'. The movement which ,'Ui"' Lean end. Webster, Second; Allen, they nave ao unselfishly foit? e,'. dc the Jack Cox property on Danville ,,,'W'I, "! " the Itilry Won farm on Lexington V street adjoining the farm of Mr. Lnfrnn ar.d Warren Third; Hardin, ''uhtful time was spent. pike ha, Lcrn subdivided naiu' " :1 e best that is .n as nil ut into two I ! ,V.. 1. ampue ,1i If Sweeney. Mr. Sweeney hopes in the ! ami tm tilm. w,(., th hl,t 1)tlt(l , of Mis, Angie Kinnalrd entertained Kenton, S xth; Lee, beventh; Casey. t. build nn elegant home-omu.racy , Kl,ntU(. near future ( cnJ(lt, , t her homp on witn . we ng ami may acres w.,n Tucf , even the site near this property. mam dwelling iind two tobacco barns, Maple avenue with an informal dance Mr. Green Clay Walker was kind I h iror the moonlight jc'-o- oI teach A'la u number of tracts fronting on in honor of her brother, Major Virgil If s .. enough price his property to Mr. ,.o ugoniery, fc"f I ,, 5et a w,Kn valuc upon Kowan an.l c I.oxington pike. This rale will take the s!r. R. T. to Kinnalrd and wife. Peddicord last week nnd a trade vice which they are volunteering to plaru rain or shine. See ud in this L '"J was consumated In a few- - minutes. and Owsley. Tenth and Clay, Monroe , ,. , humnite an,l tn .h,. ..,.( A LOST; new tarpaulin last 1st ue. Mr. and Mrs. Wood I'nri.tide, Mr .i .i r. . i uniii i.uvKrusLie. r.ievenin. May that service enrich their own This is a very desirable home and Mr. Thursday, between Lancnster and mill Mrs Wnflit 1 lirlrcrsiifi M . I'eddicord who together with Mrs. The estimators say there will be lives as much as it will bless their lluckeye. Iteward if returned to tin. Liicill l.urkey, Jlary tnd Carrie Uti.l cast I'eddicord, in Louisville and Jefferson coun- fellow-me- n recently moved Into V?' and the great CommonII. Culley, office or, i)irket.icn enjoyed a de- - ty, and our city, will get immediate posses-I- t otherwise the Fifth congressional wealth of Kentucky, lainrastcr H. .1. 'rightful swii.imliv party mo moon- - district, approximately 24 d dUSt AS 18,000 votes, James D. RhirL' flnvnrnnr " n. Price about $4,500 light pun'c at Dix P.lver l'Lily .Hi't tiuit Currol will rereive !,000 ,ruy jsth, lt10. Swinehroad, more than illack. On July 2lt, our'0"""' In the II counties reported from Goggin j j, local real estate man sold the -.j,ar-r- et I 1VC a molt Mr. Talton K. Wheeler certainly farminI,uU.,litountyatnuct.on to:!lth.,ul ,lUe a;u.rnoo C , the First district. Carroll is accorded pilf... A good crowd from Garrard county ur Kin fourtl.,.n uf ller SatUl'daV. put one over on his friends last week, fren,., , lon()r of a plurality of 1,350 and in the four will attend the llnrrodsburg Fair the 22nd at the auction sale of the ,u.r when he quietly slipped off to DenMIm Kliraueth West, reporteil counties of the Second dis hole which beglm at that place next Tues- Theo Ctt,.n farm. In thi, county Ten. t trie t. a plurality of l,.ri00 is seen for t Kvery Democrat in the county ver, Colorado, and married bne of the of c,tttlail j Te.:il- -. day July 2Uth. Weber's famous band uenuren j.urcnaseo m.i acres ai iou girls that ever left Garrard The seven reported counties should turn .out to hear Judge was tno Carroll. Were sereo and cro,uet John prettiest will furnish the music and splendid per acre, Irn Cotton a tract of 37 of the Third district give Illack a plu- D. Carroll, ...... ot candidate for the demo- county. On July 15th at the home of offered in every ring. acres nt J 172.00 an acre and a tract' premium ate rality of 875. The ten counties cratic nomination for Governor, Rev. J. R. Rader, in Denver, Colorado Read the advertisement on the back of ni) quietly married to Miss acres at $15.00 jkt acre, t Cook emcrtulned with heard from in th! Fourth district ac- spenk nt the court house here next he was Jlr, Issue and go over and the average on the entire farm was a beautiful luncheon, romulimentarv cord Carroll .I50 more than Ill.uk. page of this Saturday. Friend of Judge Carroll Clodie Belle Speake, beautiful and day with the best Jl"i.OO per acre spend a delightful The six counties in the Sixth dis- are working hard 'to Major and Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird, for him in this attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. people on earth and enjoy one of tin 'on Thursday evening nt her home on trict showing estimates give a plur- county and .. ;ocd crowd is expected James Speake, formerly of this coun' the Danville pike. lxst fairs in the state. The houe and ality of 1,000 to Carroll, while the 11 tc prect nim when he makes his first ty, but about two years ago moved to ,t:ble had for deconttions lovely sum- counties reported in the Seventh dis- ..ppenrance before r. Garrard county their present home in Hilltop, Col. Mr. Wheeler is the youngest son of mer (lowers. A delirious menu was trict accord the Chief Justice 5,400 audience. ., Mrs. Doru Wheeler, of this county, more than the doveinrr ferved. Illack has pluralities in the remainand a brother of Drr Wheeler of this U. S. city and Messrs Joe nnd Sim Wheeler Miss Alberta Alidrrson gavj Jill ing four districts. The Kighth, seven Mr. John N. Ilrown who is the state enjoyable twilight picnic in of the county. of counties in, accord 2,275 to him; the supervisor for the JelTcrson Standard Misa Harry Kinnaird, on Wednesday Ninth, eleven counties reported, 1,- The happy couple will return soon l.lfe Insurance Comuiny, withes htf evc"hmg to Kentucky where they will make Mrs. I'attie Andeiioii 250; the Tenth, ilx counties reported, friends to know that he is still c n chaperoned the crowd. A mxl de- 2,100; nnd the Kleventh, 12 counties their future home and also receive nected with this reliable compuii,, lightful lunch had been prepare I by. reported. 2,825. the hearty congratulations and best and Mr. I'eddicord will represent the the host and a pleasant time spent nt The American I'acilic fleet, com- wishes of their many friends. company as its local agent. A, notice the river manded by Admiral Hugh Rodman, of this a few issues ago left the The Burgln Baseball team went tu n Kentuckian, and composed of 200 pression on some of our readers that Miss Marlha Ward Sweeney entervessels, has been oidered to stiari to Paint Lick last Saturday and defeatMr. Ilrown hail severed his connectlo ' sHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIBk 1st. ''asHHH tained six of her girl friends in honor Mexico, anchor In several harbors ed the Paint Lick Blues, 3 to 1. ch with the company, an error we of Mlfi Harry Kinnaird. Delightful and demaml satisfaction for outnevj to correct. refreshments were served and two Fiv Zonss n Kentucky To Con ngainst United Stutes citizens und happy hours spent together. Thue olidated Wile A Bi t Louix. their property. More than 300 Amerpresent were Misses' Mayme Stapp, A good man or several men to put icans have been slain and millions nf 1 averne Diekerson, vitte Osiiville Loses Col Virginia Beit- dollars' damage done to their prop- up 500 rods of fence Woven Wire Do you know and do you realise ley. Thelma Hamilton and Jj.liti lrrtor.x erty by Mexicans, and Washington Fence. Want a good tence and will that W, II. Hoys, Chairman of the1 James Daniels, fears nn invasion will be the only National Itepublican Committee, whoi in- WASHINGTON, July 17.-VPhone 347-pay a good price. jays that Woodrow Wilson is u bar, M,s EliIaI)ilii tilblw ciUi.rUiri; crease in the wjrk ot the lluict.ii of means of restoring order and mak- Buckeye Pike. Rice and Pclphry, ing the country safe for foreigners. Wed-Cite- d that the League of Nations is an with a most enjoyable dance on Internal Revenue has brought about ( AniLriran disgrnre, and that the conConSpicUOUS newluy evening at her suburban nome reorganization cf the entile tax col. The situation is regarded as critical. ference at Versailles is an nbortion in honor of Miss Carolyn Allen.of lection service, tljulls head of hia ' j Lagrange. Flowers, ftrns and u.lns announced toda..' by of which were that this Bl'aVery. Comr.in.Mi.ner party in the Nation is writing to the idled the home througnou', aildini,' Roper. Each state, with the excepRepubliKighth Kentucky District Kriendi of Stanley Herrou, son of ! much to the beauty of the patty. The tion of Nevada, will be made 'i sen-i- r cans, uirfi'ii them to vol i' for uunt,-- .Mr. and Mrs. Luther Huron uf this htttcs was assisted In entertaining ate collection district and permnrent Swupc and against Judge Hardin in leity. are Miy much elated nt the news! by her mother, Mrs. Luther Gibbs. personal service headquarters will bi special election for Congress next of honors being recently bestowed Uei and cnke were nrved. the estublirhed in every important city to Saturday? He tells them ta at least upon him, he being cited for eon- furnish blanks and advice to taxpay-- , i t .i. ueniocmue .m.jo...y -. r..l... One of the prettiest events of the remice me .picuous bravery at the Front, near tsra as to how they may fulfill their 8th district, so that the renubll-- l the Kxtr.nont, France, in the Argonne past week was the lawn party given obligations to the government. by Misea Kate anil Lillian Kinnaird, cans will be encouraged to win In onV.islvo, Ten collection districts are abolthis Stale this fall and in the Natior The following is a true ropy of the for their charming neice, Miss Harry ished, effective August I, being con- next jei.r. Artistic salidatcd with other districts to pert.Jcr isrucd from headquarters of Kinnaird, of Middlcsboro. Edwin 1'. Moirow, who is Just as the Eixtcrntli Infantry, at Sellers, nrrangements of flowers, plants, mit the recreation of ten new disWiIjuii much an enemy of Woodrow fe'in and Japamse lanterns added to tricts in stntes which heretofore have Lx.iruibii , ; ,, and the League of Nations, ami Just 'V I . II HU OlULIU,V i i, i lll'llUI! tn? .11, the beauty of the home and the oc- not had keparate districts Creation us much u backer of I'enrose, Lodge I)., 10th Infmitiy. casion. The hostesses were assisted i:i of the new districts will date from i.iiu Sherman, is writing urging them "Near Kxcnnent. France, October entertaining by Misses Marguret the appointment and confirmation of i do the tame thing, "so as to nuke i". 15)18. conspicuous brcviry dis- - Hughes and Helen Klixnbeth Sprague, the collection in each.' For certain" he says,' "our vict iry in played durinu the firs( Argonne at the frnppe bowl, i, The five districts in Kentucky lire ' cali', ttn, bonbons were served, November". Doesn't it require su- fn.ivn Thro.iennut this -- nuro. consolidated to permit the establish Mo,e th,n ,ift' Kue,,' Mere I'resent. preme gall to ask u good eltiten to -, ment. he was ever in a Imardous poment of separato collection districts vote for any sort of a lepublicnn over Utah, Idaho rdtlon. Leing nttjiched to a front com-- j M:, M, Ml)0rc Crutcll(,r f in the states of Arizona, any kind of a Democrat for r:ri ,ny a,.d dlrtlngu ' himself ny (;eowtownnU.r,nillc, at u Kin' and Wyoming. The Collector's office reasons, and for Congress, this year? hi, li.elcs. ellort. to attend to and , vye, for the State of Kentucky will be at Cr1) 0rchlrJ a f Isn't it ulmost an insult to the intelli- .vacuate all the wounded Louisville, f.o. .he n of gence ot even a Kentucky republican? Under the new arrangement Dan-- 1 front hi... each of wbon, were,, , fc , (i )m, M nf You don't hav3 to bo a good lUiuo-Clat- ; villa will loso the office of Collector brouEht out tidier heavy uaehlnn gun tt.eowtmuli (,n iou lfh you have to be only u hnlfwny Revenue, now held by at nsU ..f hi. own , and art. lrry f benutifuMy d.corat.,. the of Internal .good citiien, and if yoiraic, you will Judge John W. Hughes, but it is be- -' life. His utter .L.regard for his mvn eoW h,.,(, hurry to your regular voting place lieved one of the principal deputies ,H:ronl safety to care tor other. DrlMm ,(l ,.nJ bonbol wrt, wilt be placed in the Government .Saturday, August 2nd, and Nip roll htm to he a uu, o eourane. , Mmd A fine up mill a majority for Judgj Hardin , building ihere. U 1IUV1IIV lllOl ItrvuilUII 4ll rt , ..,..,.-.,- 1 ,1M, good time as will put the Klglith Kentucky Dis- if cur tuipasscd." by had. Mist Crueller Was trict's intelligence and patriotism in lly order of Colonel Hnrrell' Mica Ollie Williams and ah hcscuc the proper light before the res', of G. T. I'hipps, Captain, had a pleasant evening. Mr. Steve Hill, one of our most Those pres. world. Kxchange. the liith Infantry, Adjutant cut were Miss Kmlly Quilling and Mr. progressive and prosperous farmers ' A trui Copy, lUn Quilling of Georgetown, Mini has Just purchased a fine farm in K. U Say., Captain, M. C." . Annie Laura Singleton of Kipgstown Uoyle' county and will get possession S. C, Misses Josephine llurnside, January 1st 11)20. The farm was Oae nice two year old Jersey and Next Moruluy afternoon at two o'clock, County Court .Mayme anil Lucille Stapp of Lam-ar- HflUUin Heifer with her first, calf one sold through the I. M. Dunn Company Day, Judtfu (Jharles Hardin, candidate for Congress, will adFor Sale, 240 bushels of "Marvel ter, Virginia and Shields Fricheicon, of Danville and Is said td be very dress the citizens of Garrard county in the interest of his race, week old Fine prospectr for a good our" iced wheat, tisted GO at the j Springs Hotel, Martha Wallace and productive and Ideally located on the the election to be held Saturday August 2nd. Judge Hardin is milk cow To see her is to buy her Curtis Kins Cover. Ohio Tv WIU Shakertown pike five mile from Dan- universally popular in Garrartl county and a splendid crowd Trice 176. if taken at once. thresher. Mr. O. U. Rote. lfruntsville, Ky, I'hone 3ujiama and Mary Moore Ciuchr. Illce and Pelphoy, I'hono 347-ville. It contains 335 acres and the will hear him on this day, as it will be his first address here lluckeye Tike, price paid was $250.00 an acre. during the campr.it;n. Interior Journal. It. "Tlio sad'.cst word of lunguo or Vtn, tin- - saddest yet" is to have your bcore itulcn, when there i no wny tu replace It or a elue left n In tha Last itaturdny night milltv nnrtle. some cue broke the lock of the Joirl leading to the baieme'il of thu 1 1. lice Court Room iinJ iipproriiat a eighteen quart of "01. Taylor and iiuilo a clean getaway. The robbery of the Patterson r I Jrnco a few week ago, when about Sl.OOP wnt tiuen, crcaltd suim ex eltemcnt, but. the Inking ol eighteen HunrU of "Old Taylor" and still no nriests or clue, people arc beginning to think if it wouhl'nt be wise tu n if the rob ploy a lien are now turning their attention u'bovie only. The Klitabcthtoun Ncw says that h case of whiskey was stolen from the County Judge's office t there lat week, and lhat nobody there U above suspicion. If whiskey Is considered property, and with "Old Taylor" selling In tome localities nt $12.0(1 a quart, the guilty party, If taught might have to spend the rent of hU days in solitary con fincment. ARROLLi Issues Letter of Appre- In Great Demand And Says Tom Cromwell In ciation and Encour-Sunday- 's Several Fine Homes Enquirer agement. Sell. Clv-r-s Straw Vote la 37 Counties. "pt (lkM'HMF1MK' nRlH-i-r KHAHyH Two Farms At Auction Socials Of The Week. Next Tuesday. f ''.o "'"'"" .om, - SWINEBROAD SELLS! Advertised. Harrodsburg Fair Next Week. HinnF LAKKULL JVUllC PARPHI Speake Wheeler. '""" Speaks Here .,.,,. FLEET Ordered To Mexican Waters. REVENUE OFFICES Change August Democrats Read This. Wanted STANLEY HERRON, For Ut ..! Pr Buys Boyle Farm. !;iH-- l ..Far Sale At Once. JUDGE CHARLES A. HARDIN. a. Seed Wheat. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 24, 1919. SIMPLE AND CHARMING DRESS IK BEAZLEY SCHOOL HOUSE. THAT GOOD LITTLE FARM ... OF His Better Self! By RALPH HAMILTON . Nssis. Miss Uettie Miller begun her school' nt this place with a large atlendnnce, Mr. Will Owens nf Rockcastle has closed tho singing school that he has been conducting here. .Misses Allfe Hrummltt of "Corbln nnd Margaret lloHiclaw were guests of Mrs. llryan last Thursday. F. W. COPPAGE AT -- (CeprrUM, A AUCTION Promptly at 2 o'clock. urg 1-- Thursday, July 31st Pike, 1 2 LOCATION: Lincoln County-Middlebmiles Hustonville, that hustling town with its two Banks, Mill, Business Houses, Churches, Graded School and "Folks" you will.be proud to live among. land, partly rolling, well watered, 60 ACRES-ferti- le good fencing, 6 room dwelling, new stock and tobacco barn. 2 2 acres in tobacco, 10 acres in corn, 18 acres meadow, balance timothy and clover. WILL BE SOLD FOR IMMEDIATE POSSESSION with all crops, including the hay in stack. EASY TERMS. 1-- Hws'f N,sspe jlflfj This It a dress of ytllew volW beaded in blue and white, with a sash of blue; an exquisite creation o turn-mer- y and beautiful. FAD FOR STRIPED CRETONNES Pleating Effects Are Considered Smarter for Hall, Living Room and the Porch. , There Is a fail for utrlpcd upholstering this year nnl Just now these striped effects nre considered smarter, for holt, living room nni) porch, than the 'flowered patterns Hint nre reserved for sleeping room". Some o' the broadly striped designs have great dignity and character and they dn give a room a certain distinction probably because of their newness that Is fancied at the moment more than the gnycty of flowered chlntx. A specially smart pattern has a ground with very wide stripes of deep blue, and down the center of each blue stripe runs a narrow, definite stripe of black. A country house living room Is going to lun p curtains nnd chair covers of this blue, d cretonne, u-- H black and with a deep blue rug, some pieces of old, beautifully polished mahogany, and lamp shades of deep blue printed silk. These shades are merely squares of silk, bordered with narrow black .braid, and a black silk tassel swings from each corner of the square, when It Is thrown over the foundation shade which Is of orange-colore- d chiffon. The orange does not show by day, but gives a soft glow through the thin blue silk cover when the lamp Is lighted. OVERBLOUSE HERE TO STAY 3 calves, 1 yearling heifer, 10 head 125 pound stock hogs, New Thornhill wagon, wagon harness, mowing machine, hay rake nnd other farm implements. A lot of household and lit:hen furniture. At the same time will sell the following personal property. 1 pair splendid mare mules, 5 and 6 year old, 1 fancy pony and rir, 2 jersey milch cows 2 shorthorn cows. SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Greenhorn From the Hub. A Itoxtmi man who was passing the night at n hotel In n southern town told the colored porter lie wanted to be called early In the morning. The porter replied: "Sr.y, boss. All reckon yo' ain't familiar v.Hti then; heali mod ern Invention. When yo' vvnnts to be called In do m.iwnln' nil yo' has to do Is Jet to press de button at de head of yo bed. Den we comes up nn' calls ynuWIloston Transcript. Uses for Tea Leaves. Tea leaves aro often used to damt- en carpeti, hut they should not be too wet or left lying about lone, or Mm color may come out of the carpet. Ten leaves, however, are valuable for vnrlouw other purpose. Store them for threw or four day. Roak them In a pall for about nn hour, then strain off the water, which Is an excellent wash for all varnished paints and makes them look equal to new. NAMES OF CANDIDATES To Be Voted For At the Primary Election on August 2nd, 1919, as Certified to me By the Secretary of State. DEMOCRAT KOR GOVERNOR. Fashion Forecasts Show the Garment Is to Be One of the Popular Fall Adjuncts. One type of garment that It seems perfectly safe to advlKe the average woman to purchase now with the com fortable assurance that It may be worn when fall comes around la the long or blouse. These blouse unfortunately lire rather expensive Just now, and lire. Average Woman will hesitate n little before purchasing a garment about which there has been so much discussion and which has so long struggled for general recognition. Dlouse makers havo announced that they have confidence In the continued vogue of this type of blouse, now that American women have finally agreed to give It a real tryout, and because of this confidence they are bringing out, or planning to bring out In the fall lines, long blouses that will ho sold at reasonable figures. Therefore the woman who does not care to wait until fall for her blouse may watch for special and bargain sales and lay In as many as she likes without fear that the fall will find the garment laid on the shelf by This Inclination of Dame Fashion. blousemakers to stabilize what has up to the present season been a decided novelty seems to Indicate clearly that the long blouse has arrived and that It la hero to stay. John D. Carroll, Newcastle, Ky. P. J. Noel, Harrodsburg, Ky, James D. Mack, Ilarboursville Ky, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. W. II. Shanks, Stanford Ky. It. C. Oldham, Winchester, OK Ky. SECRETARY Krank P. Hager. D. K McQueary, Matt S. Cohen, STATE. Pulntsvlile Ky. Pine Knot, Ky. Lexington, Ky. AUDITOR. Andrew Clark Vance, Henderson, Henry M. Dosworth, Lexington Ky. J. P. W. Brouse, Somerset Ky. John W. Rawlings, Danville. Ky. Electric Western & LIGHT POWER THIS d Its exclusive features make it trouble proot -- I ATTORNEY GENERAL. Iiyland C. Musick, Jackson Ky, Allan Wilson llaker, McKce Ky. Krank E. Daugherty, Bardstuwn. R. W. Lisanby, Princeton, Ky. CLERK COURT OK APPEALS. William U. O'Connell, Newport Ky. Alvln Stegar, Owenton, Ky, John A. Goodman, Elkton, Ky. SUPERINTENDENT INPUBLIC STRUCTION. L. E. Poster, Ilopkinsville, Ky. W. P. King, Newport, Ky, Rice S. Eubank, Lexington, Ky. COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. John W. Newman, Versailles, Ky James G. Cecil, Boyle County Ky. REPUBLICAN. ATTORNEY GENERAL. George W. Jolly, Owensboro Ky. Charles I. Dawson, Pinevillt Ky. type of Western Electric and Light is practically automatic in its operation a child can operate iL Dependable electric service night ..and. day for, your farm. Seejhis plant Jnjojwatioa " Inspiration from a child's romper. The childish round neck bas the little romper collar and cuffs finished, wlti hud drawnwork ruffles. For th Young GlrL For the young girl there Is a bloum dimity that takes Its of cross-barre- d i BASTIN BROTHERS J. B. BOURNE, Clerk, G, C. D. C. By Cronley Broaddus, Mr. nnd Mrs. llryan Sutton iuhI out In a trnnirt uf mingled grief beautiful little daughter Geneva, and frltlit. sobbing as though her henrl were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. would bienk, A linive-fn-c- d lad sup Green Sutton. irtel her with one nnn, while lie Mr. Osiar lleaslcy has just arrived slusik the list of the other nt u grit He was In Krnncc 10 sled, sullen-fnceold man who held from oversea. the bridle of a hnrse lie had Just led months nnd ran tell some thrilling across a neatly planted space about experiences he had on the battle twenty feet njtinre st the edge of a front. Ills father, sisters, brothers vacant lot, and friends are nil rejoicing to see "You're n bear n great hie, ugly, him back. wicked monster!" shouted Ibe hoy. "It Miss Ida Sowder and Mr, Elmer was n peace garden, and we were working In send the things we raised Hale surprised their many friends by driving to Lancaster last Tuesday nnd to I lie starving children In Europe." "Well, you Impudent joung rascal," being married. The bride is the grated out the limn, "this happens to youngest daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. he my properly, and If I want to lead Kate Sowder nnd is a very charming my horse across It I'll do It. Who gave young lady. This you permission to come and rump and attractive happy young couple left Wednesday down on my land with )our ruMilsji morning for his home near Rarbourspatch of truck!" "livery decent man In town who lind ville. Much success nnd happiness is a lot he wa'n't using 1" retorted the. wished them thru life. tad douchtlly. The. harsh-eyeold mun seemed In take a malicious delight In his lnn slnn of the children's cherished gnrili'ii plat. As the hnre nllihled the tender sprouts and sunk his heavy hoofs ),- Into the carefully prepared soil the tlltle girl heroiim isisltlvt-lhysterical. Her champion, rem lied over, picked up a sinne and hurled It nt their ruthless tormentor. The missile grareil Hie nt trr but struck the Hank of the hnrse, who started anil kliked nut There was a rrark nnd n email, niid Murk Itlalr lay prone mi tin- - ground with a lirnkeu Hints. That tired, worn-ou- t ft Imp It The lad. vainly emlcnvorliii In rautcu cy a lyiicm. MMilbe his illlrDCl.i cnllipillllnn, led You net dsn iron tonic to rebuild her from the spot. A man from the tiiiut quickly to senj rich, rcj house near by hurried over to the side blood courting thru your body to supply the tlementi thtt have of the writhing victim of his own become cihauitcJ. meanness. s few moments Itlntr In was Isirhe to Ills home and a physician Acid Iron Mineral wns sent for. Is prescribed by phyticiint In all Mark I tin I r wns n rriiMxil, lonely old raict where a tonic ll indirsted, mnii whn sallied to linte eer)lMMl. litfrsiiis tl t. ik mm. .J and inrllrtilarl) the man who had ruiursl Iron tor.ie known. married his nine. i:ili- - Imjion. She Kr U l I, tr.ru! I, tmnn bad run away with Walden Thrnop -1 M H CH.I ifM M, U M M.M,H nnd had married against the will of IM is Ml, U-- S rpM. Is lbs rsst, WM14 her tjrant relative. From tlmt hour sJUftfStoWrwlMH ti ,bntr!r UWS. rwtwlr UI S4 tajvts Illnlr had disowned her, bail never rev IM HI M(iwt3 rim ngnlzed her husband, and nriro was C.r t m l.. tl. . .1 , Jt'U, UIU- ' the situation that when little I.uey gut tndly, take si directed, lru cuuie to the wcildisl pulr he ucver in a few dirt you will notice in improvement in )our health. Sske of her nor noticed her, nnr had the ThronM eier enlightened her as riRRODIMICHSMICAl COUP. to the Identity of the relative who Remits, Viral. Ls Ignored her. For Sale kj ill It was this iliK- i lill. I whose llltl" garden had Imvii devastated, one of many created by the patriotic children of the tnwn. It was located a short distance frnm the Throop home, and Cumberland Grocery Co., Junction. Lucy and her friend had devoted all kinds of core upon Its culture, lie City, Ky., Whols.sl. DiilrlUtort. fore the day was over them had cut Into the soul of Mark Illnlr like knife the knouleOgu that his Inhu inanity bad led to a serious result. Aftrr the physician be t;ml sent for NEW hud set his broken llinh Illnlr heard him say to the housekeeper: FARM BULLETIN "I will csll again Inter In the eve ning. I have another urgent case, Now Ready For that little Throop girl. .Somebody de stroyed her garden nnd she wns ' Distribution brought home In a distracted condl More than SO farms describe!. Hon." !et yoir nsme on our mailing In Ids uneasy tied Mark Itlalr list at once. squirmed and groaned. The ncit day another remark nf the doctor pene Semonin - Goodman trated the hard shell of Ids selfishness, Incorporated We have finally quieted that poor little Tnlte up ut Thrnop a," he heard tauisville, Kentucky. the physician say, "For hours she wus In a delirium, constantly calling out about her garden, Sho Is still III with the shock and fever, but we have soothed her by telling her Unit the garden Is nil right, and have promised to take her over to see It Just as soon us she Is better." For the first time In his life Mark Itlalr counseled with his own soul. Ills past life and Its Ignohlo motives nrrulgneil htm ns a culprit. It wns the next morning when lie called his man of all work und Imparted to hint secret Instructions which were the Registered! Aberdeen An first measures of his atonement. That night the most extraordinary garden gus Cattle for sale! anyltime ever was bad superseded the one deveither sex uny ujie. Also regis astated. "It's been made smooth as a floor," tered Poland China Hogs. Bin type narrated Lucy's boy friend. "Mad all A. D, BRADSHAW, shut In with a llttlo fence, and the onions are up, and tho beans, and the WALKER BRADSHAW. peas, and I never saw n garden grow-sOh, I know It's fairies' quirk. Lancaster, Ky. work 1" The Throops soon learned of the hidden bund that bad wrought all this reparation. They took the delighted Lucy over to view her precious truck patch. Hhe was left to surmise that The undersigned hereby irive warn. Its destruction was a hideous dream and Its present uiugtilDcenco Uie work Vie to all persons not to trespass upon of kindly nature. tur land: for any purpose whatever A week later the Throops learned Is we will prosecute all offenders to that Illnlr had left town for a health the fullest extent of the law. Huntresort. There cumo from him a note ers and fishermen csneclallv take to Klslo: When I get some of the meanness notice. R. L. Elkln.' out of my system," the old man wrote, Mrs. Cora Phillips. "I shall coruo to see you and ask the Mrs. Emma Daniels, dear little angel I so cruelly offended It. L. Arnold. to call me grandpa. In the meantime. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hacklev. baring, learned that Walden's em- Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbotham, ployer has found It necessary to ad- Edd and N. u. Trice. vertise for a partner to secure, more S. C. RIgsby. capital, I have purchased that Interest D. M, Anderson. for him, and It be will call on my law. R. L. Barker yer be may become a business man, and, I hope, a successful B. L. Kelley. J. C. Rlgsby. ' s on." ssstr Unlss.) little girl of six was scrinmlnr III k? tut Wanna "'' l(l rfi ri$l ly ANGUS- LAND STOCK FARM POSTED The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 24, 1919 J BIG AUCTION Vf cA Chance 2 50cts a Pound BUSHEL Acquaintance Vj T. D. ALDBRSON 1 (Copjrlfht. Dull- - lit, br lh W.at.rn t'nlon.) U1UU The John "Will Of Po&r Farm 450 Acres Lying on both sides of the Lexington turnpike, near Bryantsville, Monday, Aug 10:00 A. M. Morion felt Hint In- - had done :i good month work mid liml jimril iiciiII.hi, a few ilu)' lie had bom rill on ll mlhiu of looking lli till' right of M employer, ii clly hit m,cI.p mi i limit. In mi plate. In Id ii inn of notes unit cople of ilocu until mill. lent o prole u tinnil-nni- o niMlllon to llit already opulent re mum of John W)llo. There h mull outside Interest. Morton liml the name of it pnsoor. The hunting up of till person could come Inter, III' lli'dili'il. ll nil nt tin' plenunt little toii of (Iriissmere that In pit off tin truln. put up lit Its hotel noil settled dm. n to ii few ilujn sojourn. The next day iHTectisI hi destiny more than hp liml ever anticipated and held him at Orass-mer- e for ovpr n week. Morton wa Idling nt a pnt of coolness nnil shade nt tin riverside at I li" nice of a pietty trot I'll of tin- - woods next iliijr, when n Juvenile linn I arrested hi attention. l)h. Cousin Kmc! "Oil. It' broke! My sllnghnt I all gone In piece 1" tcnrfiil-fucphoy innip lutn liml ii tlptv. tin- - trouble, "Wlnl M.nii" In ipilrcd Morliiii, ami the hill hehl uti wreck represented hy two liitli-ri'i- l uHMiipr end, a rroliheil tlck unit a dangling strip of li n I Iut. Morton sooth"Ihm't cry." ingly. "Miijhp It inn he llnil." u year slme Morton It mi tuun .nilrlv-t- i u Ilk,' ho)lsh liml i . hut hp set III Int entile genius n tlck wn at work. Thp rroulo-i- l mill hi wallet tin surrounded hy l i f 1 1 ifJ SEVEN I PUBIS GREEN BARRELS OF SALT $3.30 A BARREL I ( Special Prices on all I I 1 AUTO TIRES BECKER BRYANTSVILLE, and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. uiltil sippd tun drat) hp dint adjusted RAIN or SHINE This sale will last but 50 minutes so be on hand promptly at hour advertised. MUSIC fjy EXCEbbENT fyKND FREE Valuable Presents and Souvenirs. Simply as an inducement to Kecure a large attendance and to create some fun and amusement, mingling pleasure with business. Valuable Souvenirs and presents will be given away FHEE, nnd whether a buyer or merely a spectator, your chance at the presents is the same, if you are on hand promptly at 10 a. m. of Icnlhcr uii set In place, anil lin' ho) fulrl) ihinctsl with delight H hp n hunilpil the finished article. "lli, ain't It Jut ilnnily;" he "Why, It heats Nat Hood's llng ull to nothing:" I hopp jeii won't ne It to iinnoy the bird' ohM'rteil Morton. 'ih, mi. lr neicr Hint! Just for target. Sister look, Jut look!" Thp hill wa tuenty feet uwny digging for munition in ll heap of pele hie. The cirl drew hurk shyly ami started aftpr him. It wn u hrlef en orry unl iiiuteratIoii ami hp wu when the) reached H holle III the ed,:e of thp wood ami he nilil hi hut in ihIIpii. elnle band. In Jiffy lit. tn the tlck, tlip m I In the Realm of Negligees i Ilk vA l tfcfcMs Very easy! er OWN YObR OWN HOME! These tracts will be sold right on the ground so you can see what you are buying, and REMEMBER, there will be no al this sale. We have been in business 10 years, and we have sold rand from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, in the crowd. In the past you have and never yet have we placed a bought lahd at the owner's price; at this sale, you make the price, let the owner miike or lose. The opportunity of a lifetime for a safe and conservative investment and AT YOUR OWN PRICE. "YOUNG MAN, OWN A SPOT OF GROUND C&rnegie. SOME-WHERE- !" age? Of if you are already beginning to travel down the shady side of the span of life, look back and think, if you hail only followed the rule of putting all your savings in lirt? Do not say, "I'm too old;" many a fortune has been made in real estate after a man is seventy. No one will disagree with us when we say that Real Estate is the Root of Riches, the basis of all wealth, and is positively bound to increase in value; millions of people being born every day, but no more real estate being made; will you place your money in automobiles, pianos, and wild cat stocks, or will you place it in the bosom of Old Mother Earth, and create a competence for your old BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO IS: THAT: This farm has ! houses on it, and will be .subdivided so that you can get any size tract you want: THAT: This farm is and always has been, a good producing one and maker. a money muihle Morton took thp Mlf-miithe following ihi). to pome upon hi m puper turcet iiiiiif frleml "lili turkeil to u tree tlHin uhleh he tta tDlni: hi nklll. Morton trieil u few liol hiiti'ctf. Then he oiumlit nlflil of n tllttluc form In Hip Kurileu Ihp lioiie anil Hie hoy calleil out: of "Oil. t'ouin Catliprliip! Here i the aine ireiilleuiiin wtio uiik o klml lo me Mn)he IipM like i hoii-qtiof our florr." "If you rare fur them at all. I will he clail lo Kite you our oholceat." lie alil, inunlne to the fenee. Pulp Morton went hack to hi hotpl vrlth a no'pf&y ntailp np of the pretti est flower In Knle'a gHrilen. lie hail lincereil amonc Hip rop anil lllle for n full hour, ami tind come uviay ilppue a veritahle prt'tl) hotp Inc hi quppn of hiTeline anil grace. "The mlclipf !' hp trjaculateil a he rencliPil hi room at the hotel ami tmnl roolctl with iIUiiui). turlnc hi nheucp miiup oiip hail enterpil the nxim anil hail gonp nuny tith hi wallet. cnrelely left on n huremi. It iiiiilnlneil little money, hut It hehl the puper he liml heen at wiuh pain anil expense to securp ami he fi'lt Hip lo of them to he a erlou null I. t. Morton lit once urote tn hi employer, IcIIIul' of the theft mill nklng for Instruction. He hopcil th.it the Kiime iiiIkIiI Intolte u lien going liter the grotimt he hail iilieail) cotereil, fof Hint nonlil keep him In the .lUlrli t at leiiKt where he nouhl he In provlmlty of hi pecrh" Kate. It nouhl take at lent two iln to lecelte u reply to III letter, lie uuiile n new llngliot nnil tiMik It to Neil. The following ete-nln- g pii"t the home that he hehl hi ilitlully. Jut a he pakM'il Neil gale, cxclteil ami nhlte-fiicei- l, the came rushing iiroumi tup corner or me "Oh, suy!" he gaMl, "I'tP klllpil ! The folk lire nil unuy I nil Ullil ctoiug the lot In go oter to Nut It l' hoiie. I nun- a man prying up one of our mIiIp wlmlows. I II in I wllli my allligkhol to lilt the hle of the hiiii-- e to nit re him unuy, Tim tone iuut hate hit hint luteail, for he fell ll.it." "We mut look Into llil." xulil Mor. ton ninl eutereil the )unl. A man ttltli IiIuihI trickling ilown hi fnc was hllmll)' ttaggerlug In hi feet. He hail act iil the thief uml lookeil one. Morli in lo Hie .irct Jiit u vilton lage watchman came along. It tru a n it Ion. for, iihiii kcurcdlng fortiiiiute Hie man. Morton' nullet ami the luleii paper ucre foiiuil iihiii liliu. Of tourfp after ull thin exclleineut Morton liml to remain to guard the houi--e until the fuinlly tind retiiriipil, anil uiuhl Hie ptplanatlons that entiled tie lenriieil Hint Kute wan Kate Kuowl-Km- . Ami Kute Know Hon n un the coheir wllli Morton' einplo)er tu the he had heen looking up, and quite naturally, doing completely u 01e with her, before he left (Iraaaiuere the ili'vote.l Inter uakeU her to' becoui sir. Murtou. Miniehoil) i , j THAT: the terms on this sale are the easiest we ever heard of, f long years to pay for the land after the first payment is made; houe. THAT: Those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own these tracts, three years from now will be crying that old song "if I had only bought at the John Will Poor Sale see what it would be worth today." WATCH THESE TRACTS INCREASE Rut will you stand and watch the IN VALUE. other fellow reap all the benefit? Get in on the ground floor anil reap some of the. harvest that is sure to come to the wise Investor, MEET US AT THE GRAND AUCTION SALE, MONDAY. AUGUST 4th, AT 10:00 A. M. Ladies Always Welcome, at this Sale, Specially Invited. There ure negligee anil negligee; (owe of them ehihorate nnil tllmy of chiffon or crepe unit lace, that float uhout the flgurv In lovely color tints. Many ure mntle of thin silk or crcK! dp chine, other of lieer cotton. Hut the story of the variety of fadrli ctunpuretl to the uel I Khort when design. We can lory of turlety In H'cnil our hours of eae In clothes from far Japan or C'lilnn or Imllu, or In garmenls ndiipted from the..' oriental Miune. Or tte van look to various period In French or oilier hltory for uml go u fur a tte like In negliIn uihiptutlons of them. It gee tliut tve lire tiincy free. Among the piettlet uml tnot pruc-tlct)le are thoc In tthkli the negligee I In one piece uml made uf liilTclii Kilt In light colors. I.ece or net, nnd often hoth. are tipil ttlth this crlup, bhliumeriug llk. nnd rll. lions ure u inalter of ioiire on nil negligees. Kacli of these iniitrlhuteN lis share toward milking the quaint uml youthful garment tilth easy, Mowing lines, pictured here. It looks like an ample coat oter n long skirt, hut Is ull In one piece. A flounce of lace headed tilth for the rout effect, L curding uccnuut aided liy two patch lockets with flounces across the top. Late is ClUfc ereil uhout the bottom of the robe ant finishes the very full, flowing sleevee length. It Hint are cut three-quarteis the loglral neck tlnlsli. Nurniw ribbon In u rosette with ends la iosed at the top of the front fastening and forms n looe susli with how ami endl nt the front that Is tucked about the waist. T'ulTetn coats, about as long as a mandarin teat, worn over lacy pettil. coat ure beautiful, and to be especially or morning wear. They are often trimmed with cord covered it lilt liiffetu.. This order la In negligees huvlng silk petticoats of taffeta or crepe de chine, with little coats of net or silk, trimmed with mil row lace frill, over tlietu. Sport Shots for Summer Weir. work, motor that lted Cm drltlng mid various other activities iitleudunt upou the war :re diminishing, there will he more time for TI( anil tenuis, uml u consequent Increube In the ilemuud for tport slioca. Now- - r We Offer First Mortgage Collateral Trust 6fo Bonds Due July 1, 1919 Price 100 DUQUESNE LIGHT COMPANY (PitUburfb) and Interest Yielding G?6 The UNITED EEALTY LEXINGTON, KY, INMNIMIIHMMHN1 CO. O. T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr. 210 S. FIFTH STREET James C. Willson & Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. J s. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 24, 1919 hope that the severity of her tlcal results. punishment will prevent any Hut with the balloon It Is TRY OUR recurrence of such acts In the otherwise. There are many future, either on her part or on! ways In which this method of the part of any other nation communication would be of One of the most clear practical value, and these arei and illuminating comments the things which mnke for in- -i OR on the subject was lately made ternntlonal understandings, represent one of the largest Roofing manufac by William G. McAdoo in an and for peace. address at the Methodist ecu i no tiny in question was, turers in the South. WHITE PLUME FLOUR tennial exposition, in which he therefore, a momentous one. IKirtST PATENT aid: Yet the airship was overlooked As all kinds of material are advancing, "Germany may regard the in newspaper headlines in all Makes delicious White Bread and Cake. terms as hnrsh, but of one of the largo towns, because you should place your order NOW for thing the world is certain Messrs Wlllard, Dcmpsey and mat unless the consequences others claimed the space two of n breach of world peace by extremely henlthy and husky Crimson Glover, Seed Buckwheat any nation arc mndc so serious gentlemen who stayed at home and so formidable that they when their country was in HIGH GERMINATION will exhaust every conceivable need of fighters. means of settlement of disputes When our daily press gives before resorting to war,' the up its space to detailed ac We can save you money and give you peace of the world enn not be counts of a prize fight which is a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. secured in the future." of no practical value to pur And it is even doubtful if country, and relegates to obanything will prevent future scurity a transatlantic flight FEED OF ALL KINDS. wars. When the veneer of which promises to lie oin civilization is scratched the epochnl throughout the world, beast will invariably roar. it indicates that we in Aner-ic- a are living in an age that is "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." slightly dislocated in its m ine THE EIGHTH DIS- TRICT CONTEST, of proportion 3G E1G The Eighth Congressional THE HIH COST District of Kentucky, as thor OF DELINQUENTS. can only The Central Record I never succeed. Theywheelbar-Iro- oughly American a region as qualify n pushing a "hear much these days of We $1.50 . Year. liiucd Weekly. It is unfortunate, but we there is in this country, has an the high cost of living. We Payable In Advance. opportunity before it in the The Frderal Trade Commiion iqucnce. tare not all born equal. hear, and we roar. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. unrns the preildent that the big meat But we think otherwise. Many socialists admit this, special election of August 2nd. But who, except the pubR. L .ELK1X, Local Editor and Mr. j,ut faclam that we should all All other political divisions in Everything we use in the packen will noon he in control nf the lisher, ever thinks of the high of the State have a primary to cost of delinquent subscribers? making of a newspaper is sky food product! of the nation. The i be given equal opportunities . Entered at the Post Office la'Lnn- or,1- ,r"- - "prwrently. l to .levi.r This is good sense. consider, but the Eighth district Certninly not the delinquent. high in price and still climbing Mai! 'learning. caster, Ky., a. Second-Clas- s ' And if this is socialism we take alone has the right to elect a We pay the Dills, and we pny,onu' mcan wh,rcb' wc c"n roniTo1 Matter. Unfortunately we have a few public officer to sit in Congress jolT our hat to that part of it. of those gentlemen on our in cash. The wholesale as its representative until the Member Kentucky Press Association yv'e have not yet attained to books. We readily concede es maintain no delinquent list. "ni j this consummation, but we end of the unexpired term of that they are good citizens, But the delinquent subscrib- - T,,. , Eighth District Publishers League. d.t.tl.t nntrM tn trv .... UM.ution. the late Harvey Helm. In honorable and highly respect- er just keeps right on piling up "n "nmpuinc wn twin" i..tthi..- - f Many a man's best faculties re Judge Charles A. Hardin the ed, and well meaning in the his delinquency nnd adding to ,h" 'imt wt,,,, th t,iff Rate, For Political Announcement,. iwtlijtlrrm uir tiff n frrnt tiilh It main undeveloped because he Democrats have a nominee main. our already heavy bunion. , rr,lllrp,, ,,T , ,.,. ,tt For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 has to earn n living at a very whose excellence of character, But they just simply don't Our paper never falls to Wo marine m 10.00 it la For County Offices nntive ability, culture and res- pay. "w. l'" ""mnaiijr.t nf For State and District Offices.. 15.00 early age. He has no time to ponsibility reach these estimable citizens. Jrl,'!' I" gives The Times nt mi I n it in h""inn ivy hi. near .10 train these dormant faculties, For Calls, per line Because it is a small matter It is time their money reach- - tf- ut ir iw real pleasure to assert. .10 and is therefore at a disadvanFor Cards, per line they imagine it is of no conse- - ed us. !!. Judge Hardin leaves practicFor all publications in the intertage in competing with the rich est of individuals or expresally a permanent place on the man's son. sion of individual views, per It is unquestionably an ad- bench to make this race for n .10 line It was a hard de.05 vantage to have a rich father, short term. Obituaries, per line cision for him, for all the perand there is no sense in taking lhat advantnge away. That I.? suasions of inclination and ma Lancaster. Kr., Jcly 24. 1919 bolshevism. Give everybody terial advantage were against the same advantage in educa- it. He is making his fight on For Congressman. tion; it is simply a matter of national issues and supports There is many a wholly the President's pro We are authorized to announce taxation. both international CHAP. A. HAItDI.V. of Mercer coun brilliant intellect which, under gramme, His opponent, ty, n candidate for Kepresentative in present conditions, never works and nationnl. Congress n tins, the Eijrhth Congres l:it full nrnssuro for the benefit Capt. King Swope, is a man sional District, subject to the action whom The Times would not for of mankind. of the Democratic party. j The truth of the matter is, a moment disparage; but it prefers for Congress Judge j that we are still lacking a sane WANTED A CREED. anu sensible creed, it ttie nantin anu ins platform as It is difficult, at times, to best in all parties could be certain to cnntriliiiri mnr.- tn. know whether to speak kindly grouped into one new creed Itl'iiwl till rnincnmiint ,l 1111 or unkindly of socialism. It is, we might come somewhere mancnt peace in that his elec in fact, difficult to talk about near to the point of Utopia. tion will be an unqualified in socialism at all. But it will never be done in the dorsement of the League of Na The reason is. that there is a life of the present generation, tions and the work of the Peace Conference. Such an outcome little uncertainty as to what socialism is, at least in the aver- McADOO AND THE TERMS, will have a real effect upon The acceptance of the peace proceedings in the Senate and age mind. There are many doctrines which we once called term.; by Germany did not will also send to Congress a socialistic and which are now write "finis" to the story of thoroughly worthy man. The Eighth district is as part of a conservative policy. European unrest, but it has of the citizenship of Ken One might almost say reaction- brought one of the ugliest chapters to an end. It is, tucky as could be found; rich ary, or imperialistic. The term "socialism," as therefore, but natural to adopt agriculturally, gemmed with generally understood, embrac- a retrospective attitude toward fine cities like Slielbyville, Danville, Hnrrodsburg, Stanford, es almost anything, from the that part of it. In the heat of .the dispute Lancaster, Richmond, Nichol-agvillbest to the worst. In the soTa.vlorsville, Lawrence-burg- , cialist party there is as much there lias been the inevitable-buncombLiberty and Columbia, to divergence of opinion as in the on both sides. That republican or democratic part- the German army was equip- name few of the many; close ies probably a good deal ped and organized during n politically; wholly American. more. It is difficult to deter period of ten years before tVp It is an honor to represent such constituency. Louisville mine upon labels for any of our war for the purpose of subju- a parties, and to classify each gating the world is perhaps an Times. exageration. group under one of them. Germany main1 will sell one car load of Mares at Lancaster, Ky., Monday, July RELATIVE VALUES. For example. There are tained an enormous army prin28, They are from two to four years old; weigh from 1,000 to 1,200 socialists who say that all men cipally because she lay be On a certain day a short 1919. are born equal. This is lunacy. tween two hostile powers They are good bone, full made, the kind for the farmers tn while ago It became highly pounds each. Wc arc not. Some men njo France and Russia. There probable that a dirigible bal- buy for farm work and to raise n:uler from. They were carefully boucht gcnius.n. were other reasons, but this loon traveling to this country born trenscedent from the farmers who raised them and come direct from them to you. Some are born imbeciles. It was plainly a compelling one. would complete its trip successDon't fail to attend this sale as you will see the best load of Mnrr is not the fault of the Imbeciles Equally absurd, however, is fully, which it later did. This but the two classes are not Germany's contention that the may mean the establishment ever shipped to Lancaster, Ky. equal. That is, unless the war was forced upon her. It is of a practical method of inter Remember the date, Monday July 28, and Lancaster is the nlar If word "equal" means some- waste of time now to recapitu- communication between the old you want to see real auction, come. Every a mare will be sold rennrdl.s thing it lias njver yet meant. late the incidents which im- world nnd the new at a speed A fair deal to all. Sale starts 10:30 a. m. rain of price. No One man has the manual mediately preceded the four hitherto unnttnlncd. years struggle. Germany prodexterity to make a first-claAlcock, as we know, achiev- or shine. paper hanger. Unless a man voked the war. She declined ed a much higher record of flight, but can hang a certain number of to refer disputed points to ar- speed in his non-sto- p rolls a day ho can not qualify bitration when entreated by it was made by aeroplane. And for the union. It isn't as easy the powers to do so. this method of locomotion She must bear her full re- across the Atlantic will not for us it seems. Some men try for a long time to learn it, and sponsibility for her act, In the a long time produce very prac- Knoxville, Tennessee. 1 rFiarHii firi5 BalJards Obelisk Roofing Bale Ties, Genuine Kanawha Salt. Conn Brothers. DEIE1 j ' MmTix ; , ''" '' t ,,,, I ! Auction Sale OF - , e, e 1 by-bidde- rs. 1 Lancaster, ULY MONDAY, nth ss These Mares will be sold at Burtons Sale Stable. 4 16 PAGES THE CENTR A I . RECORD. i SECTION 2 thirtieth yiar LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 24. 1 9 9. 1 . number .t. Ims DONT READ THIS Unless you want kinds of MERCHANDISE FIRST-CLAS- S GROCERIES and all Delivered To You OURS IS THE SERVICE STORE. We will appreciate an order. Just call 206 and we will Deliver the Goods. Yours, anxious to please. A. T. Phone No. A Wedding A Written By A Circus Publicity Scott & 206. Campbell Street. Lancaster, Ky. Son Urges Pension hazoning blossoms of the orange. Old-Ag- e better appreciate the beauty of the J park if driving down its broad roads Klscwhere upon her proud but in no The oldest member of Congress has in a sleigh in snowy weather. sense ponderous person was a slick That night 30,000 French soldiers were begun a fight to secure an old-ashowy and scintillating diamond and pension law which will keep the wolf bedn.zlii.g sunburst, the graceful of about MeailS I theKvery one knows something the fa- employed placing deep layersnext salt from the door of the aged people of palace of Versailles and on the main roads, and the gift of the generous and godlike day mous Hall of Mirrors E KK therein, in the King and his mistress drove mer- America in the twilight of life. And remember groom. Big (Cartoons Magniine.) of General Isaac It. Sherwood, which the peace conferees have been rily over the roads filled with imitaNKW! THING AHSO-MJTrM.Ohio, who is back of this movement, Ijirt night, ul the glittering and for some months past, but tion snow. l meeting After the affecting and effective U gorgeous home of Ihe tritle' parents. ceremony, a real, roaring reception ( the Manchester, Kngland, Guardian Xo incident of monarchical times will be84 years old on August .Mr. anl Mrs. William Henry IlicWa. was held, fun ferociously fast taking The per capita for the public Kites some details as to cost and time has, we are told, sunk deeper into the next if he lives until that time, and J9'J Ninth Plack. .Miss Mnry Gtadjs the place of rigid and rigorous re- - schools of Kentucky was set by V. O. ( required fur building that will, we ' minds of the french people than this. the indications are that he will bo his beneflcicnt Hick, ami Mr. AJelbtrt Smithers. straint in the precious and palatial Gilbert. State Superintendent of Pub. imagine, be new to almost all. is now n public museum, spared to continue , Versailles ( were united in the sensational, Versailles, which stands in a mag-- i and the French people ore grimly de- works in and,out of Congress for u Sec the sinuous j,. Instruction, at $0.10. This is the parlors. Hicks The smiles tripping through the torrents largest school per was l)onil of matrimony. capita ever fixed niticent park some twelve miles from termined that there shall never be gocd while to come, as he never Gen-cibetter health than at present. wedding service was pronounced by of tears! Witnessed the cute, cun-- 1 n, nU'ns an increase for the tench-nln- g Paris, is not one of the older palaces' another King in France. And sj in Sherwood u author of the "dollar the Spiritually anil Itight rector exHear the,.rs j thejr ,ay 0f mori. tni,n of France. and comedy kisses! It does not date back to long as France remains Republican, pension law for veterans and ceedingly exclusive Saint and contradictory con- - 000, feudal times, and has, therefore noth- -' France will not be imperialistic or other humanitarian measures. He gratulations. Hear the silly and The teachers will receive in public ing of the fortitied place about it. It militaristic. hopes now to crown his Congre.sionil The bride entered upon the mas- simian simpers! See the flippant and money this ear nearly $4,000,000 was begun in Hi .11, when I.ouis XIV, imlitnristic. Louisville Post. marvclously frumpish friends of the family! Lispii.tdous career by securing old-ag- e ami muscular sive, from the state, and the local tax add- the Grand Monarch of Hacine and for worthy workers, for those who Peculiar Hawaiian Flowers. moulded arm of her father, passing ten to the glorious gurgle of the able ed to the state tux will give the lloilenu, was till n young man, and it It I Mum u that upon mnur of the produce the wealth in the riihest through mi uvenue of the largest and absolutely alcoholic punch! AND tojehers a living salary in practically was planned by the King as a palace munili of the high mountain rldifei country in tl.e world, who kep the longest and latitudinest tropic palms -- ONK INVITATION all the school districts. The per cap- where all the nobility of France could of the Hawaiian Wands, In the regions waeels of i'.i.i'stt'ul progress whirin captivity, while the nir about was ADMITS TO AM.! ita is fixed on a basis of 050,845 be entertained at one time. Twenty! of heavy riiliiTntl, ale open bogs which ring and those whose labor on the heavy with the shimmering, seething The bride was the radiant, enrap- rchool children and the state auditor thousand workmen and 0,000 horses ii peculiar and InlenMln.; uiMui scent of spring ranged in racy and tured recipient a superbly great and reported to Superintendent (filbert were emplojeil for thirty-si- x jears in rtrnn Man,r .pei-te- i form more or lc ii.ue ms contriouttr so much to feed world. rollicking array about the handsome indescribably glorious, glittering and that there would be $4,008,4:!8 avail- biuiding it and arranging the spa- tiit-ocwhich rl"H home. An gorgeous galaxy of gifts, the pres- able from the state for school pur- cious grounds which surround it. The tilime Ihe and harmonious Hicks level of Hie tin;:. A lum,v lulu .Willi iimiii'iiiiii lnrta, orchestra of four count them! ents being under the shrewd, sharp poses. Out of this sum must be set lowest estimate of itscost was $100,. re: ns nnii'li as tinner clever, comic and delightfully daring mid singularly eye of n aside a fund sulficient to run-th- e De- 000,000, which, considering the fall in When the men who buy hogs demushy melo- pen. pom and private detective. A partment of Kducution which Pro- the purchasing price of money, repre-- 1 llini' mot a htitf lnrlii' lung, pei ullur I musicians, supplied the party supper, the most stupendous, sensa- fessor Gilbert has provided for. He sents over $300,000,000 in our mun-- 1 ltilel tinil u siiuileu are round tliei'i. cide to improve the breed, things artdious music to which the bridal sure to happen. The county agent The tional and superlative complete ever modestly and morally marched. stated that if the State School De',; while other chroniclers tell us that j of Pulaski County lately wrote of grand gigantic and broliignnglau served in any land, was spread In the partment won its contention in the It cost very much more. The Hall of . groom accompanied by bis bald, brave draped and dainty dining room by a inheritance tax case which is now Mirrors was not built until 1078. It ACHES AND I such a plan as follows: best man, .Mr. W. 1'ercy Smithcu, coot, keen and caculating caterer. pending in the Court of Appeals, and is l:i.r feet long, 3.r feet wide and 42 i "Have taken up plans for a pure- -' awaited them at the improvised, hut arches,) QUICKLY RELIEVED THi: GItAN'D KXITI At eleen he thought it would, that there would feet high. It has thirty-fou- r bred Duroc pig sale to improve the otherwise faultless iiltar. o'clock, amid sccuses of astounding be added to the fund $.'.00,000 which seventeen of them lied with windows g licus in the eastern end of the county, See the solemnly spcctnrjUtr m"t-in- mid unparralled impertinence, and a will go in to the school fund. I It was in this great hall that Kin This sale is put on by the hog buy of the bride and groom! See the hellish, inhuman hail of ancient and William, of Prussia, grandfather of. merry anil mcrtorious maid of honor. I itntln,uatcd shoes, mixed and mingled You'll find Sloan's Liniment ers in the county. They are furthe late Kaiser, was proclaimed Km Pee the four beauteous, beaming with ribald rice, the young couple softens the severe peror of Germany on January 1S, nishing the pigs and are willing to The first Farmers' Community 1871. See the left on a desperately dangerous and and brilliant bridesmaids. I rheumatic ache let them bvsulil at public auction for innocent, infantie, inliniteslmal (low- delightfully demonstrative bridal .Meeting of the summer was held at Many interesting incidents are they will bring. These whatever er girl, .Miss Teenle Hicks, in her tour. They will be gone three-co- unt Kern Creed in Jefferson county. The given us about Versailles und those ' evening crowds overllowed the big days of pomp und pageantry when' fearless, fascinating, but fuulUh act Put It on freely. Don't rub It la. dealers lire broad enough to see that weeks. them' tent, but were able to enjoy the mo- Louis XIV., surely the most ostentaJust let it pttutratt naturally. What s their reward will come when better of scattering fulr, freakish and fruir-raease of soothing relief toon follows! tion pictures which took the place of tious of all mo mi re hs, held his court Mowers in the juith of her filter, External aches, stiffness, torencaJ stock hogs i an he found in the eastdemonstrations. The second day the there. Perhaps the one calculated to See them AM. I They are the bride! cramped muscles, strained sinews, ern end of the county". men behind the meetings decided to stick the longest in the memory reAM. INCI.UDKl), all under one roof! back "cricks" these ailments', can't Our philosopher says; An open get together to make the neighborOne Invitation, remember, admits to lates to the days on which the King fight off the, , relieving qualities of Sloan'! Liniment. Clean, coartnient. mind is needed to farm right now-a-dahood bigger, stronger and better. led his mistress, the beautiful Ma!, including the einicen after them ccoaomicaL Ask any drugfist for it. S? They are to have a meeting in August dame de Montespan, to look upon the when everything seems to be the wending; A 4risklac nor cam CmmWlPSs changin' over night, in lay their plans along practical lin- palace and the grounds. The bride ws fctli'e 1 In n silvery It was es, Mr. Geoffrey Morgan of the dlsnhoM. tholr sod ollnf Ws mind U needed to farm right and silken sonu 'a'ik of extreme si 1)1 dlsssws. On tot. ImttU BSkU und the foliage was at its by u vaporous Division of the College of 'Our philosopher says: A contented pllcity, surmounted tstlons ml BlklM. Cfat battl. bsIms M (sHoos. At, Agriculture It to confer with them at best, but the lady lamented that there srlM M.tOk wife don't etay contented long In a veil, fastened to Mr I olidied'nnd per.'diwtliLi. or M. I tr Bull pa.tr.sl4. was no snow, ns she thought she could home without some conveniences. fumed hair with tin bnrlln::. en iijrfm R.mlily Co., LsslncWn, Kr. that time. Man RECORD SCHOOL Where The Treaty PER CAPITA SET. Was Signed. Gilbert's Action Increase In Pay For Teachers. Buyers Boost Hogs. PAWS Meeting Gets Results. OneDrop Sf'!ils?,h? 5l5 The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, July 24 1919. 7 Optimistic No man ran line the peron he Thcuoht. The Dreamer t Dy OTILL1A peel. i. Pioneer "Whslebaek." On the 11th nf .tune, the first "whnlchack" left for a to) ago mross the Atlantic. The ship was the Charles W, Wetmore. She sailed from Ihittith for Liverpool with a cargo ot grain. ln, F. PFMF71.K Si N.wt NOTICE ON AND AFTER tCopyrlslit, til, hy I I I I I Piglets The Flavor Lasts All three funds sealed impurity- proof packages. Be SURE to get WRIGLEY5 in air-tigh- t, ! I R I Wledcm In Quotation. In Ms "Familiar Quotation," gives tin- - follow Ins: "We rend of n ccrtiiln lloimui emperor who built a magnificent i:il:ic-- . In digging tli foundation, the workmen discovered n golden sarcophagus ornamented Willi throe circlets, on nlilrh were Inscribed. 'I have expended; 1 have given; I have kept: I lime possessed ; I do possess; I have lost; I am punished. What I formerly expended. I have; what I pave nway, I have.' Gesta Itninannrutn, Tale XVI." Ilartlett. Forecast of the Future. be a great day when wireless telephony Is so perfected that a man ran have a receiver In Ills hat and he managed by his wife oil the time. Chicago New. It will for Cuddy. tip In uiitomohlle parlance. Ills haby lirnther was Jut beginning to walk nnl wobbled cnnsld-ahlOne day Joe Into the r, hen shouting. "Oil, ma, come quick Huddy skidding." see Stlppe-y .Toe Is thoroughly STOP! look: of LISTEN AND GAS ENGINE 1 We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. We have Installed battery charter and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelone and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broke;i part of an gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too largo or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. Wo handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Dny and Night. Satisfaction auto-mobile, On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. Umbrella Stand. The ninth brand! nf th liistorn A jiiuiie lady says that her most Central rnllronil iad Its terminus at moment occurred on n rnlny Weston. I'Im) miles south was Itelle-- day riYctilly, when she enlensl a unit a bus uus alwa)s In :illlnc irowiled striTt car with n sopping for passengers for that lilnt. Tin and ai'chlentally rested the fare was only n dime, jit n )outig (Milut of It In n fi llow passenger's tow man ulm left the train and whoso des- shoe." Huston Transcript. tination wns Ilellevllle did not take the waiting conusance, but stnrtisl Hud the Right Idea. down the smooth country road on As J tin n ii and Chnrlos were eating foot. one morning they both breakfast He had a reason for wishing to tnki the leisurely walk. Ills mind was 1111- - asked at the same tneinetit for the helping. Ilnvlng taught id with memories. l'own that same second road five jears piclniily he had limp- Charles that bis sller must be waited ed, footsore. Just reentering from a on first, he said. "Well, ladles first fit of sickness, without n home, nnd mans next." friends or mom y. Ills handsome, opi n face clouded as he looked back to Nostalgia. that forlorn day. It brightened ug-ilyoung Swisllsli girl wns very A magically as what that lonely tramp homesick.. "You ought to be content- hint tisl to recurred In blm. il. and not fret for your old home. Hay of all da), the Hart In n new Inn." said her mistress, ns she looked urcer that Imdlid to ambition and It the dim eos of the girl. "You nre wages, oiir work Is light. fortune he iberllnd the mem-or- . Rirnlne ckct n curd. tery one Is kind to ou. and you have II" took fmui his of friends lure." "Yes. tna'atn." t'tMin It was written four names. They plent were Lolltn Hurt. .Neal HrooVe, Jane aid the girl. "Hut It Is not the place Achilla. Abn.'r Wle. One by one he where 1 do be that makes me vera spoke them. Ilugiriug fondly, lout; homesick; It Is the place where I don't Itig'v oer each. I.ollin Hurt. It whs he." that at her home that he had pnu-c- d i'a of destiny In the at. Now- - It The Main Point. was as If onlj )iMcrilay, mi lvld was jI l.'u hail formed the bad habit of Ills reiiiembiKiire. He was nnirly running away. - to Impress her fully ns she eiime around the bouse with the danger of so doing, her faIiIhi with iiuinlfit pity In tn re-'i- rd I ther took her on his knee and told her her seet. bonny face. The story he the story of Charlie Itoss how he told brought the tears to her gentle was coaxed awuy from his nrd one e)es and then -- lie Inilted him Into the day by a man who promised hint some hiiuse and ciillnl her need father. candy nnd he neer eiime hack to hi" "t tod's own Msiple," spoke Wylle parents. She listened Intently, nnd nt Itarnes roteretitly the next morning, story she looked up when he lift the house after a night j tho close of the "Well, did he get the and nsl.ed: of grateful rest and strengthening incuts, mi old but sound pair of shoes candy! on his hlMcrcd feet, and this angrl Seme nemarkable Shoctlng. of the house, IjiIIIii, waving li I it mi A play was being given by ii group adieu of friendly eniouragement. Ir. Neal Ilrooke, supenintiiinteil sf soldiers, the hem of whhll was tn clerg)mun. he had met nearer the 'hoot bl ink cartridges at a row- - of hot-lie- s standing on a shelf while iinolh-soldietown enter. Subsisting on a pitiful well conn .ili, was tn break charity stipend the good old num. ilnt of Hill bottle In turn with the whose only desire In his falling years was for books und a little less of Ills ba.vonet, thus pretending that the . wns shiHitlng the Im.iii.-- Through worry liter fissl supplies, bait taken n fatherly Interest In Wylle. It was s.iine tiilsiiiiderstiindlnc the hern start-p- l "limiting at the wrong end of the a neighbor, through Ids Influence that a widow, Jane Adams, had consented row. while ut the other end the bottle to trust Wlle for board and lodging nere being broken. until he got work. That came the next day with Abner Wise, a cooper, ujlt rogt largest. Your left foot Is larger than your hoe whole drrum wns to tlnd enough patent n slack barrel wire rlxht, In tn casej out of ll". Science capital tn explains It In many wii); but we acdetlce that lie had Intented. Within n month Wylle lUrnen was cept the easiest one, whUli Is that we comfortable, full of hope and happy are n world of il lounger". the four sterling-hearte- d We lean ngnlnst mish and door Jambs, this latter helpers he had found became and we do most of our leaning on the true friends, nnd because Lnllta seem- left foot; 'onse,iuutly, through the ed glad to have him drop In twice n years It bus grown tn supisirt the week evenings. weight that the liny right foot doesn't. girl was The next time you buy shoes, have The sweet, slmple-heartia retered divinity to him and she left foot tiicusincil first. rifognlred In him a manliness nnd earnestness that made her glad In welcome him. At the end nf six months Wlle bade his four loyal friends goodbye. It was to I.nllta only, however, that he rctenled his plans and prospects. "An old partner of mine lias written me about a new gold dlscoery In the far northwest," he related, "and I am going going to cast my lot In with him. Hut I Mil coming back. soon ns I mnke a respectable pile. Ilellevllle shall see me settle down. And I am going tn remember nil ou I am going to dear, tnie friends. bring to Doctor Hrookc the finest limoney can buy. That queen of brary womanhood. Mrs. Adams, shall have the kitchen range and piano he has Aimer longed for so many years. Wise, I am going to provide with nil necessary to develop his the capital great Invention." "Oh, you delightful dreamer," cried Lollta pin fully, but with confidence In her glowing eyes. "And j on, I.nlltn," nddeil Wlle tenderly. "I will lay at our feet the treusures of the world. If they nre mine to give," Then he was gone, and now he had returned and one hour later ho stood nt the door of the old Hurt home to find It In new hands, John Hurt dead, and Lollta, he was told, was making n livelihood as housekeeper for a neighbor farmer. e He rami) upon Lollta In her mining some, berry bushes. She dropped the dMi In which she wns gathering the luscious fruit nnd fairly tnttertsl. Wylle led her to n grassy hummock. Mrs. Adams, the old minister, Mr. Wise jes. they weie nil alive, iiml then Wylle exuberated over hU marvelous story of wealth. What happiness to li gal n meet these old time I low he would enjoy the friends. bestowal of library, kitchen range nnd piano, nnd capital to the cooper Inventor. And then be told the quivering Lolltn of Ids heart') iletlro to make her Independent for life. Shu should have her own home. Milks ami diamonds nnd then "Why, Lollta!" fur she had hurst Into lean. "I don't want money, ur Jewels. I tin so happy tn gee you attain, alive nnd well u man among men, that I am glad und proud of you," the sobbed. "Lollta," ho sjioke earnestly. "It can't be that )uu don't want love," id, rending his unswer In her fond eyes, Wjlle Humes was content. Novel L'nlon.) th. Wt.ttrn July 1st, 191 9 , I, or my deputy, will be in my office in the g'l Court House, at Lancaster, to take the list of your Taxable property as prescribed by law. g citizens "that Now being good 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 ust two htoiis ii- - .nth ., found " self mi the .an . oiiUm- tn th it I County Tax Commissioner of Garrard County, We are too fond nf our own wllL We want to be doing what we fnncy mighty things. .in tti grent point Is to do small things, when railed to It. I.Vdl them. In a right spirit Great and Smalt Things. Out Who'd Run the SMpT Times Hn mi' t ones A.: e we the understand tb.it ou. Transcript. I should i - l!otn By a Certsln (Hind Pcet. The little girl wb i lnipilrnl nt n II- Uniought Fame. brary for "The I'our llorvi" In the' This U the of my social Kucnl) plus" had lots of cotiiuy ln inoniied Algernon, sitting up In blunder A leltir of Mr that sort of "I drank tisi miiih Inst night al sold at unction, tells tin- ball and staggers it into everyThrale's. of her neighbor's maid oiiilng with a body!" sir. scared)." said request from her tiiKtrt ss for .1 loan of I. Is valet asdogetlcally. "Iheryone's li-t- . ll.iHon tutting of you as lutctitlng n new "Milk and Asparagus Transcript. la m e !" )or Oh, for an Accident. to achieve Some diplomatists sii-great success simply b) sitting Ugh' r.nd letting matters take their own course, something after the manner of the Arkaiisii. farmer who retired In disgust. a)lng he belletisl he could l.i- (I..... IioiL.. m timn he could by farming. Kansas Cltyl Star. Na Need for Flag to Sag. device that preenls n Mag on a horizontal jsile from be-- . lining taiicbsl is described In the Popular Science Mugailne. It Is n vi Ire nsl that extends along part of the lower edge of the ring. In which It Is held In place by a clip al isicli end For large Hags u hook pn""e tbr ugh one of the ejelets of the ting. A N c.srHikttnt i. slrsold. T.ttccu C. the smokegame with a jimmy a hand out for what ails your smokcappetfte! For, with Princo Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipo question that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worriest Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfrce from bito nnd parch and hands you about tho biggest lot of smokefun that ever was scheduled in your direction! PLAY if you'ro hankering for Princo Albert b a pippin of a pipe-parolled into a clgaretto it beats the band I Get tho slant that P. A. Is simply everything any man over longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to figure up the sport you'vo slipped-o- n once you get that Princo Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesysteml You'll talk kind words every time you get on tho firing line! l; T.p i-t.l isltili, " 3 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, WiastatvSalem, N. C ''' IIJ, t.d II... tlauy. ,r.,li,.l ! Ih, ... .Wi, (.. ..J J In rf M.mmJ 11, kmmU ul ,lm AmJ., vitl, .u.A p,,fM, tWMaa. The Central Record. Lancaster, i Ky., Thursday July 24, 1919 r Exclusive 8 In 12 and I 2 CARE AND ATTENTION i NEEDED BY TERRACES Should Be Looked After Before Loose Soil Settles. Weak Place Should De Impeded Immediately After Each Rain and . Creaks Repaired Sow Some Kind of'Covcr Crops. (Prepared .jr J.J.Byrne DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. Oflice llourt la 5 p.m. nf Agriculture ) M. S. Terruret require nnli1rrnlile inn nt Ion, imperially itiirlntr lln' Mi'l n HATFIELD llr- -t yenr. before lho imi soil Imt Irnl time tn heroine Hollled Ihnrini'ili'e. BDENTIST All nppnrnitly wink placet hIhiiiM Im Office orer Tim Garrard Bank lltiil nficr every heny rnln, and I'honri Office 5. Reildenca 376. liny hrenkt InniM In. rcpilrcd Iriimedl. lltely with n llini'l. II l liet imt In KENTUCKY LANCASTER. mllliate tin. liTrnriH tin- - flrt year, Imt tn sect! (iitil tn Mime kind nf mwr crop. It I' mlvhahle In run tin imp rona pnralh'l In ll trrrniv, one row g planti-mi top "if llii" terrace. Tin ultlwitlon nf tln top row lendt tn KINERAL DIRECTOR Iiti the lop of llio Icrriue ut the Oilier Over National Hank. proM'r lii'lslit. Whore tin nm are Ketidence I'hone 3. Ollice I'hone "J7 run nirnt the lerniiet, iih It done mmmiuily on moderate slnpet, tin top KY. I.ANCASTKIt. tlm t'nltM Hlatra llfpirt-nwn- t J. a. Beazlev .1. H. PATRICK, Koutuokv j UESDAY, DentlMt. Paint Liok. Or. Printus. Walker VETERINARIAN. Call. An,wrrd NiM, 1 LR. Promptly I'hm.e 317, Day or t.NCA' KIN1UCKY RAIN OR SHINE. 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 the high-eon very easy bidder without reserve or 10:30 by-bi- d, Ml July 29th :- 122 ACRE st Honaker Flnej Cut Flowers. John M. aleaMaMsaTsMsIwi?" 'rfcavfl View of Lower Side of Bench Terrace 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-ou- t 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. 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-- Embankment Showing Growth of Weeds and Grass on Embankment. noli I nmtiil down tin side slnpet by rultlvntlnn. At ii retiilt. t In terrarct are more IIiiMh tn lirriik. anil muili irore maintenance work It I In ii where tin- - rnwt are run pnnilli'l tn tin' tcrraict. All ternuet that ar" cultivated fclmutit In plowed at least once a yenr, mil tin- - soil should Ik thrown tn the renter. In thlt way the height of tin terrace It kept up ami thp bate may Im hro.iilened fin Ii )rar. Slifp luml that wnslnt badly between tin terracet should not be Tin Irrrnret should first In' wi ll hullt ami the I'litlrn fli'M miiIimI In cruMi nml U'il for pasturo or IHI'llllllW'. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, RIVE MK . KENTUCKY. A TRIAL. Sntiifaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST I.ANCXSTKK, llour H KKSTUCKY. Oiltce over Storm" llrug Store. 'i a.m. tlnuiil arrnK wltliotit rfjrari! tn tin mail. Whi-r- r tln trrrurra aro at murli nr 111 fi'i't liroiul, im proTlolon nwil ln iiimli" for iii"llic Iralllf irni llirin. BOOKKEEPING BailaiM.PhoaoariDhy hut thoy hlimilil In niri'fully iniilii-tnlmlirrakN, TYPEWRITING and In pri''iit TELEGRAPHY WIiiti- - tlio liTriK i't nri' not inort" tlinii nnnn;tMiTHiu: IINESSCOLLEBE. ten -fiit liroml, ,.. at Im. 4 UiiBiniH flirt- tn trnflle anil Injury tn tin- - ri'ilt wlion- - tin pro ruivt Koine-- t vision for rrnttlne It mnuV. Intra llii- - wntiT l nirrl-i- l umli-- r dy a ruhiTt, hut tin' principal ihJiTtloiit to till" nr.' that the rapacity of the waliTwny It creatly reiluroil FRUIT AND SHADE TREES nml the frv- - (low nf the water throusli STRAWBERRY PLANTS, the rulvert It ofleti olmtriU'titl liy CLIMBING VINES, ntnlkt or oilier trnli washeil frmn the iinnliii: the A wihkIiii lirhlKe lli'ld. SEED POTATOES, ilinniiel, mi at not tn reilure ery murli RASPBERRIES, urea of the waterl the CRAPE VINES, way, uuiki't a more ilexlralile nml When It U fouml n'ci"inry tn rroai a farm roml In lirriiclne u field, tin-Itli li of Mm liTnirri Imnlil In- - run- - 11p.m. 7:3il-Up.i- NOTICE PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, rnntlne. Htllttlttl FOR j M-f- H United Realty JOE S. & Development Co. Gen.' Mgr. HOME GARDENERS ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. TREK ll'rfp.iri-,- Illustrated Catalof. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&SonB EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. Wmmim Hazelwood Sanatorium Tubercuiotit Maintained by the Louisville Auoctatlon for the adequate treatment of tuber In all ill itaget at Utt than culotls ctst. Katet $15.00 per vteek. In. eluding board, medical attention, laundry, etc IDch ground com mandingc&tenshet.ew. Delight fuliurroundlngt. Special rates for tloUUiH (' irtttni! It bwaTtt puulbU. M thirtfiiv lUiil m rhfkism tm Crr. Hi uMnw, S mum tl LiuitiUt, JL. Yes, brother, it is quite true that Take time by the forelock, brother, a man is only as old us he feel. We or it will take you by the neat of the challenge you to u game of marbles. HAND SPRAYER VERY USEFUL pants. If we spent less time wondering It is wisu, ut times, to laujrh at our how rlher peopic arc going to live wc Especially Handy In Applying Rem-edis. I he other own Jokea. fellow may iierhnns would iie u little better for Control of Garden Intectt and Dlteaaea. furt'et to do so. (rrepartd ky tli United Siatti Department of Agriculture.) l, tlm United SUtft De. p.irtnielt of Aarlfullure ) II Kiirilein'ix will find that all of the moot rnmmoii Inherit ami illtcutei nltacklntf peseta-Me- t an mlnlc'cuiil In the l'nll iil .Statin Iiepiirtiuent of rariners' Itullelln SV1, whh h will he wilt free on of Hie department. Thlt tiilletlii li'llt hnn-- tn detect tlm presence of ilenlrui'tlte lnectt anil illteatet nml linw tn preent ami IlKht tliem. Lancuster, Kentucky. HASELDEN, Cracks AtCreation. nd now $1)0 slioes are preilsctcil. Hut nut for eilitors, li'nosh! WiUon proposes, the senate oppos es, and the press exposes. word llttinirly applied in the Knclith language: "I'HOKITKKIt." When a fellow brags of having a mind of his own, it is generally done durin,' the absence of his wife. For th Treatment of C.mlrol of liioivta anil illkeatea irunleii cropa hat lieeu mailfl mi klinple that It la little troulile now. ailaya tn apply the remedies, it It en-Ive nut neccHnary t lm " npparulua. A cheap liuntl Kiiruy-i-- r or a prlnkllni; ran may he umh o apply all of the remeillen that are In liquid form. I'nliwma III UMil d the dry or amuVrnl form can lie hy ilustlnc them upou the plunlt liy liieiina of u rhreneclntli or cunny aaek. The rntlro coat fur equipment Willi which In fight the cmnuinn S"r-ilelimtTts anil dlaeaaea ueiil uui Ik uiuru than a dollar. Aa a step in the direction of pre paredness, just how do you pro nounce "soviet?" Yes, JO.000,000 will souu be vjl-in- g principally as their husbands vote. Hut, bless 'em, we're for 'em Ju.-i- t the same. In the absence uf any other ilislK- The kaiser, after all, may take nution, the unspeakable Turk still rehope. If banished to 'some remote mains unspeakable. island he will not have to worry much No, Willunl is not entirely with over grocery bills. ia another living exout fame. He It is u base slander to even sugample of a has-beegest that women are wearing gingI'ointed paragraphs without points ham dresses now because cotton is are Incoming quite numerous in some about us expensive us silk. of the ilally exchanges. The earth, they tell us, Is becoming What, think you, it the most odious more inflammable each day. Only in spots, brother, only in spots. Some condemning Holshevism. Good countries lire still very wet. enough, but u Dig Stick would be more effective. senators have again heen com plaining of the foul air in the senate If King Victur Immnnuel succeeds chamber. Itecommend n mouth wash be unanimously in favor of importing immediately after debates. in curbing the Italian profiteers, we'll him bodily and putting onto the job And how, we wonder, will the an- in this country. cient fccolfera cover their confusion when they sidle up to a bar and cull Do the pennies count? If you for the despised soft drink? don't think so just hand them tu us. The extra cent put on letter postage Xo, my hungry friend, we will during our participation in the war never be able to "coax" prices back yielded the government the tidy sum to normal again. We are laboring of $110,000,000. at the wrong end of the critter. We were uuite stnL'irereil a few After all, a victorious war brings days ago to learn from the news disits dhadvanUKes. When the map of patches that Prince Kitel Fritz of Europe has bee readjusted the chil- Germany had been without meut for dren will nil have to have new Geo- three weeks. It reminded us of our graphies. own meatless days. Now that the Uig Four have "made prohibition Under the nation-wid- e the world safe for democracy," let's may still use wine for have a few Uig Somebodya make the law churches Hut of purposes. United States safe for the people who sacramental course we would not think of insinwant to eat. uating that the churches may look At Atlantic City recently the grand forward to a rapid increase In memlodge of Klkt adopted resolutions bership. , 9 V The Central Reeord, Lancaster, Ky, Thursday. July 24 1919. (Advertisement.) HORSE POWER NOT ALWAYS UTILIZED OR DISTRIBUTED TO GREATEST ADVANTAGE SUITS AND COATS VOTE FOR KING SWOPE, Tho Republican Nomi- nee For Congress At The Special Final Election on Saturday, August 2, 1919, For Fol- Summer Specials SSTHRKJ Return to Strictly Straight Uno Is Predicted. Variety of Styles and Contradictions Between Psrls nd New York Expected to Continue. Differing from the general opinion abroad Is an American authority w ho ts emphatic on the subject of width in n suits himI ouits mill males the state-tilit Hint a return In the strictly I straight line tailored mat Is certain. ' As this comes from one of the houses whhh are not at all extreme and very I w, known It carries weight. It l i.,,.ll,le. notes n leading fashion corns slsuidrnt, that the next season will see the same variety of styles and absolute contradictions between I'.irls and New York that have pri vailed for the last twelve months, Paris, quite ns much ns Chlun, Is a, ' place where Ihey do (hints by ops-slti-s- . liming discarded as much clothing from the knee downward a I possible. In the wannest of weather I velicl bents mid they lire s U'lM'l hats. It Is fortunate that then-Ia vogue for hats of black tulle and Cliaiilllly or the smart Parisian would be doomed o wear nothing but vclict mi the warmest of days unless she re sorts t the gljcerlncd paper hat u ' bite liiuoMitlon. The white vein I K of course. rri"l tmnh smarter than Mark. If wear velvet on u summer da). put forth some harming models In leghorn ami mllnii. but they proved the Parisian, who too louinionplnre refusisl to wear thein. One of l.els best llled models Is of white veliet III a rolling brimmed sailor shii- - with a huge "iHiuf ot mnrnlnei In white also. It had the merit of tooling summer) . at least In color, nml ibs-- not look as out of place as did some of the iihrt which sound In den rlpllon a great deal like our own (irocnwlcu village headgear. lowing Rea-- r sons 1. ent nnd fully qualified to He is young, capable, competfill the The Use of Large by the United Stats of Agriculture.) Tmi tt Saxes Man Power. Tii'j danger of the situation is yumnjcit up by l.'ncle Slim ns follow : "This situation is n real menace to the firmer and to the consun-.:ii.- ? public as well. Many cattle ra',e.l hi rcjponse to t'ie demand for meat SYMPTOM OF SEVERAL ILLS i RAISING HEALTHY CHICKENS production for the Army are now i maturing, nnd if marketed on n fallUnbsmeck Is Due to Absorption of , Lack of Vigor In Newly Hatched ing market will cause heavy loss to Chicks Often Traceable to Weak Folsons From Intestines Caus. the producers, with the result that c! -ing Paralysis. Parents Give Best Care. rlinini; production may bo expected tFrepared by the United States Depart- - (Prepared by the United Suites Depart- in the future." ment ot Aerlculture.) ment of Agriculture.) The condition known as llmbcrncck To be successful In raising chickens Is In reality not u but Is 1. It Is necessary to have healthy and of several diseases which are oroiis breeding stork, for the lack of by a paralysis of the vigor In the newly hatched clilcks Is characterized muscles of the neck, which makes It often traceable to weak parents. Only Impossible fur Hie bird to raise Its the most vigorous and the best crown head from the .ground. This condl-- , birds should be put In the breeding Hon is due to the absorption of pols- - jurds. Each bird should be fall of ons from the InteMlues, which act life and energy und free from any the nervous system and cause rlous deformity. Yearling hens are paralysis, It Is genrully associated 'usually better than pullets for breed-witIndigestion or the eating of moldy , for the reason that the hens are grain or putrid meat ur with lntestl- - 'more mature nnd do not lay so many nal worms. during the early winter, and con-- , rue Dcst treatment is to give u full sequently do not reduce their vitality dose of purgative medicine that is, so much before the breeding season. 80 or CO grains. of epsom Milt or three vigorous lien two to four years old or four temnoonfols of castor oil for a an often be advantageously retained crown fowl. Often the birds will be In the breeding yard. The male bird cured within "4 hours. In rase they ihosen should lie young and active. are not better within three or four An early hatched cockdays it is not advisable to keep them. erel Is usually satisfactory, or u good vigorous yearling or cock HARVESTING BIG WHEAT CROP J1'" "'" breeding purposes should be given the should be pro- Department of Agriculture Advises ' ''5" fn" P"""IMc.' th-runs, nim i,lu Farmer to Consider Question '"Wheavy rgg mould not I be forced for production of Stacking. during the early winter. by the tTnltrd States Depart(Prepared ment of Agriculture.) LICE POWDER IS ESSENTIAL With the biggest crop of wheat on record about to Imi harvested. It Is probable that In many neighborhoods Sodium Fluorid Is Effective In Ridding Fowls of Vermin Where ta thrashers will not bo able to male, Make Application. their rounds In the usual time. Considerable quantities of wheat will hate (Trcpared by the United Statu Depart-mfto wait beyond the usual thrashing of Aerlculture.) time. If left In the shock. It will be The free use of an effective lice damaged by every ruin, even to some powder Is always advisable. A dust extent by tbo dew. The stacking ol bath, consisting of road dust nnd wood wheat has fullen Into disuse In latter Ukhes, Is essential In ridding fowls ot years, but It would be well, tho ,Z lice. Sodium fluorid, n while powder ;I partment ut agriculture says, which can be obtained from druggists, . ,,.. farmer who Is not certain of prompt . . hibu rtl'jay u plum Ol ; thrashing to consider It this year. the powder at the base of tho feathers on the head, neck, hack, breast, below SUCCESSFUL SHEEP FARMING the vent, base of tall, both thighs, and on the underside of each wing. Neither Wool Nor Mutton Can Be Ignored Two Products Worthy MARKET ALL SURPLUS FOWLS of Equal Consideration. vator. This would result In greatly Prerred Increasing the amount of work perMore efficient utilisation of horse formed with Hie same labor, and ut the on tbe average farm will assist same time doing the 'work more rower ' In n large measure In saving labor. . The necessary horse power is usually Use.Two-RoCultivator. mailable for the efficient operation In many sections sf Hie the of (he overage American farm, but this use of the two-roen cultivator power tft.not always utilize! or disdemonstrated as practicable, tributed to creates! advantage. thereby utilizing more horse power The practice of plowing as much and performing more work with the lnnrl as possible In the lnte fall rather same labor. The u of this Imple1han In the spring, when work is press- ment should be extended whore condi-ton- s ing, will result In labor saving, as this warrant. On the a erase corn-bemethod utilizes both horse power bid farm more horse Hiner per mail labor at, a seasna when it would other can be utilized In many Instances. The wlse'be practically Idle. f Use of four or live horses ob the don-bl- e In practically the entire cotton jilt gang plow would accomplish 11 rfS-rrtheone-prs- e breaking plow la In mmli greater amount of work than Is use! This requires thr OS of TOO now performed per man on u majority man per! horse In the operation bt Cfe of farms where the e walking farm., Bjr the use of tie twchOtM plow- - Is used. In the preparation of breaklngSlplow the same labor could the seedbed one man can readily hanbreak more land and at the samertlfflB dle four or horse hlnh.il to the make n better seedbed. section harrow to which additional Labsr Is Plentiful. sections hale been added, thereby In1'Inntlng and seeding are still 'done creasing the amount of lend harrowed by hand In some purts vt the cotton with the same labor. In the harvestbelt, nnd the distribution of fertilizers ing of crops luirse isiwer may be utind manure Is largely done in the lized more efficiently In many sections name manner. This custom has by the use of more horse siwer per no dntiM because .the labor has man. been plentiful Hut the use of horse use of machinery In planters, grain drills, fertilizer dis- harvesting the wheat and crop tributors, nnd manure spreaders), would utilize horse power nnd labor where the attaint of land under culti- to advantage by the exchange of labor vation would Justify tbe expenditure among small farmers. for the Implements, a -- nt saving of Use of Manure Spreader. labor could be effected. Hauling out manure on the average In the cultivation of crops In many farm as It Is produced, 'Instead of ale lowing It to nccumulnve around the parts of the South the use of the plow ami sweep prevails, and buildings anil hauling It out when conbecause of the Inefficiency iif these Im- venient, would be an economical pracplements the crops muxt be lined tice. Where the exciidlture Is Justl-flalil- e continually In order t keep the the use of a manure spreader rop clean. This method could be Im- would distribute the manure to better proved 'upon by ulng the. light harrow advantage und effect considerable savfir weeder when the crop la youug and ing In labor over tbc old method of single-row- ; culti hauling out and spreading by hand. later the Depart-nie- office. 2. He was a soldier ill the army, and while lie seeks nothing on that account, yet he appreciates the needs of the soldiers ami is in favor of granting 3 months cxtrn pay to the dischargcil soldiers nnd vote for and Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, protect their interests. ,1. lie stands for the right, and with- jhe majority in Congress, and rnn do something for his district while his opponent can only vote "No." !. He is a young, progressive republican while Judge Hardin has held office for twenty two years nnd is now under contract with his judicial district to hold the Judge's office beyond the present term of Congress. 5. He will make the best Congressman. 6. Do not transfer the Stanley .Machine to Washington. Water Coolers, Lawn Mowers, Coal Oil 'Stoves That do not heat your kitchen. coal. tr Watch The Retailer. The housekeeper is still paying war-tim- e pricesi for beef. She is using substitutes because of these high prices. Naturally she is blaming both the farmer nnd the big packer because they arc not at hand to eq.lain the tituation. Incle r'nm has lately looked into this matter t f prices on beef and he il places most of the blame on the mi reliant. The Department of Agriculture gives figures which show that the price of beef both on hoof and in the carcass has declined from 15 to 2! per cent since the heavy export trade has been checked. In Chicago this decline from March 1st per to July Ut of this year, was Cheaper than PRAISE FOR THE BLUE SERGE Material May Oe Made Up Into Coat e and Skirt, or Into ' Street Drtu. W. J. ROMANS. Use of. India Rubbsr. .... ,u.ul .1... n t...ii ...t.i.... time as an eraser In I77d, when a verj small piece was sold for thrs mirks. It was, however, miuiv jears later bs fore It was put Into general use. Prior to this the crumb of hreaj was used for erasing purposes. i 1 tent Dddbb Brothers motor CAR There l no mnterl.it which so perfectly dlspla)s restraint as a vrry dark blue serge. The lolor and the' texture In tlirmseltes Aiggest a worll Ignored. of tempting opportunities Wills there Is Implied an experleme with, ami Inowbslge of. Infinite varieties of otlor hues, other rlotn. According to the need uf the wearernn M,l In Ins,!., Of, Intif e coat ami ssiri, or into n street dress. Willi an riacllng eye for the narrow shoulder, the close-fit- . ting tapering sleeve, and the utmost prirlsloti of finish and rut, coupled Daring Pioneers. with n resolute determination not to On June 7, ITrti, Ihinlel IWe. with concede an Inch to the skirt hem, one five other huirters from North Car may ghe free scope to other lines. olina, reached Itisl rlier. Kentuelv.l (lino lh,..i details are observed, the ' ex- - most fantastic sweeps of the tailor's "" "r" .... IIE,t rauwi, rhenrs may he allamil. by the Indians "Th,- - iu.rk ,.i.d llhs-l- y Ww ,.r le most efficacious Ground.' background for accessories of thfl toilette and for little finenesses. Let It be it starting isilnt for gray or spats, for matching inoiisqiietalre suede gloves rolling loosely oer the tight wrist, for dark bat of concentrated lines and for n fur neckpiece of reduced profits Hons. Then, as a signature to the work of art, as well as mi Insinuation of what one might have done, let the tell etch n mad design In one bold, de-thod pattern Uxri the ihork. This. Is n dashing touch In u costume otherwise reserved. Hlue serge Is llnassnllnlile, liupwe--eablIt Is rlewr, anil It Is wise. .1 ,"" n,,,, '" THE HAT AND BAG TO MATCH. ""' "i .... '. will be sold in Lancaster ll jwi.ti,N.s.p.sUiyl and Garrard County exclusively by BT xOS. 'feTricaster, Ky. A novelty flippy summer hat, lined. In rote with a band of that shade. The bag (to match) Is soft, with a lining of rose, strings and Chinese beads. Javelle Water. This water Is tine for removing stains. Take one jiouud ot sal soda and o cents' worth of chloride of lime. Put them In'nn earthen bowl, pour two quarts of soft boiling wuler over thetu (rain water Is best). Let It settle, then pour off Hie water and bottle It. It will remove fruit stains und even Indelible ink. Bosk till stain disappears; tbtn quickly vutli la waru water, (Prepared by the United BUtes Department of Agriculture.) A system ot sheep farming that U to be continuously successful cannot Ignore either wool or mutton. In many cases the two products will bt In worthy of equal consideration. others either one may be emphaslied conaccording to the peculiarities of dition, mnnajemeot, and marketing. Young Birds of Qood Strain Should Replace Those Which Have Lost Usefulness. All bens and roosters which haro passed their days of usefulness should either be consigned to the stewpot or the market basket, letting fresh young fowls of good strain take their places la the pens'and on the neat. KINNAIRD Phone No. 66. The Ceptral Record. Lancaster, Ky.f Thursday July 24. 9 9 1 1 BBIB HI SPELLS I , am writing a combined Dolicv that should attract tobacco grower in the county. It give you protection in the field against HAIL, and in the barn against FIRE, LIGHTNING, 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 can now give you $200.00 an acre protection in the field against Hail. Several have asked for this and I have had to refute until today, but I have it for you now. HAIL RATES. $50.00 limit per acre in field for hail alone at $4.00 per acre. $100.00 limit per acre in field for Hail alone at $7.00 per acre. $200.00 limit per acre in field for hail alone at $14.00 per acre. COMBINED HAIL, FIRE, LIGHTNING, WINDSTORM, & TORNADO RATES. $50.00 per acre against Hail with $200.00 per acre in barn for three months at $6.40 per acre. $100.00 per acre against Hail, with $200.00 per acre in. barn for three months at $9.40 per acre. $200.00 per acre against Hail, with $200.00 per acre in barn for three months at $16.40 per acre. auto-matically HlHMHHHBHBHMHMHHii DESTRUCTION A RM LOANS m p 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 HAN 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. From all available :ndicnlions it lacks as if Tobacco will be as high this year, if not higher, than latt, ni few planted as rr.t-'as last while others not any at all, so why r.ot spend a few daliarr. and protect ycu. Policies go into effect at noon (12 o'clctk) Thursday, July 10th, so cct at once. Either phone, write or sec mc nt the GARRARD BANK or KN0' ARLAN HOTEL. ch 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 You will find me at'the Garrard Bank and Trust Co., or The Kengarlan Hotel. THE TREATY UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE Will Protect you. Charley Thompson and Smiley Hill. CO., SOLICITORS i FEEL MISERABLE FROM THAT COLD? Colds and coufths are quickly .relieved by Dr. King's New Discovery Holiorly should fcrl "ntrffrtly miserable" from a cold, cough or bronchial stuck (or very lonp. Tor it takes only a little while to relieve 't nnd cct Kick on the raid to recovery when Dr. King's New Discovery is faithfully used. It soon loosens the phlegm, relieves irritation, suotlir the parched, sore throat, brings comfort. .Half a century M and more popular tauaytnanevcr. At an druggists. R Mr. nnd Mrs. Ambrose THE GENERAL. INSURANCE MAN. Cnlico und T. PEDDICORD I M. E. church here on next r.nj Sunday night. Looking fur Cat. .Monday evening. Kev. Overlcy .will Little Paul, nci- - seven, i.nd tils mint Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy spent Come-Disappoin- ted were pin; tug with the nit when It run iKsist the pastor in these services. inursnay niicrnoon wun ner inner undrr the liuffit. citocp'iis ilwn his Mr. nifd Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and Mr. James I.ittrcll. bin Mud mint sulci: "I can sou. "I was never more surprised in my son, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harmon Davis and Miss Ilennie Metcnlf who has been quartern. P.itil mi, n the other end life than when I took the first dose children, Mr. and Mrs'. Irvine Simp-jso- n visiting hero sister, Mrs. Kobert Car-ti- r of the ImlTot unit In e'dng tinder of Mnyr's Wonderful Kemedy. My and children, were guests of Mr. has returned home. "Oh. I can mt Its hem! stomach trouble hail been of eight and Mrs. Hunter Davis Sunday. Mr. James Matthews is sutTering quarters." years' standing, sometimes so bad ns with n broken bone in his foot followed by to cause convulsions, JUDSON. Hearn's Dislikes. tramped on by a mule. I thought my time hemorrhage. in According to 1i! .7iipnni"-- i' widow, this world was short, nnd believed it Mrs. Klijah McMillian nnd little son the erratic lint brilliant American Mrs. Kobert Simpson is some better i the last medicine I woujd ever take. Holrr.nn J., spent Saturday with her writer, Lnfe.KlIn Ileum. "cIMIfced liar, i ut this writing. It is now eight weeks since, and I am I utilise of the weak. Prince Allien coats, Mr. and .Mrs. John Kny. visiting parents, Miss Dura Lee Hutfman is feeling better than for ninny years." the city of Xew York, and many other ' j Mrs. C M. Moberley spent last tilings." lie wn fond of the sen and It is a simple, harmless preparation friends at Iluena Vista. Thursday with Mrs. Mrs. O. J. Hen- swimming, "lonely cemeteries," ghost that removes the c atarrhal nun us I Mr. William Simpson left Monday, dren and Mrs. Elizabeth Matthews. stories, Martinique und of beefsteak from the intestinal tract and allays i to take nwation training. and plum pudding. Mrs. .Lcn Cobji nnd daughter. Miss the inflammation Which ennes pracMrs. Nannie Ray is visiting her sistically nil stomach, liver nn intesttn-n- l ter, Mrs. Larkin Hicks of Iirodhead. Mattie lleulah and Mr. Elmer Hast Cause for Rcjc'elni;. rihiients, including app.'ndii-iti-Mr. nnd Mrs. Cronley Hurt spent spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jamc Lcomiril un nnlk'ir; with Ids nttri One clone will convince or money last Sunday with Mrs. .Margaret Black Clouse.' und met a friend of h's nniiher. who K. E. McKobetls, Druggut, Mr. and Mrs. Dillnrd Simpson nNid proceeded to i usage him In runnTsa-tlo- n Willie Kinder nnd mother spent ad I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Homer baby and Miss Etta Hill spent Snt-urdLant Aster Kentucky. In n mnt iffuslve nnd enllcened a night und Sunday with Mr. and manner. On parting, with hr. Hay. ' slleiu for a l tig fine, nnd GUNN'S CHAPEL. I Mrs James Thomas spent last week Mrs. Everett Anderson. then said wills n gentle sigls of thank-funicwith her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Sim g'.-i- l. "I r.m Snrih, that Cameuf'ft' Clark. Mrs. I.ucus Foster is ill. " Oli, thnt'i Pie pot u nice, gloomy mother." Inci-i- ni" "Ni il talks Mr. and Mrs. Howard Logan spent Mr. Wesley Sirlipson was in Lex ailing mi only t keep (Mopl ( with Mr. and Mrs. James I Sunday ington on business Friday. To Clean Oil Painting. l.ustoi li.iu little slie l.n t " Tukn the picture out of the frame i. tirrlpt. Mr. Coy I'rice was u guest SaturIny ii clean towel soaked In clean" nnd Mr. Stanley Foster spent Saturday day night of Mr. John Lnnd. water oer It. Keep the towel wet night and Sunday with Mr. William Miss Myrtle Teater visited Misses with clean wlcr for two or three Simpson. llernice and Kessie Teater Sunday. days, (,'huuco the towel two or three Simpson Mr., und Mrs. William times. Wipe the picture1 Hills a wet Mrs. Tul tun May and three sons, rpent Siimlay. with Mr. nnd .Mrs. L. L. sponse until little truce of illrl Is left. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. .Mathews. Itepeut tl.e process If necessary until Ilobart May. the picture Is clean. When clean, rub Mr. und Mrs. W. T. Moberley spent i I, Isbell spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. dry and apply clear linseed oil. Sunday with her sister, Mr .and Mrs. week end with relntixes in the Ilethel Austin lilac!:. neighborhood. Nsturat Question. Friends aru glad to know that Pvt. l an Inqulstlve little girl. Mrs. Sim Kay tpent Saturday with Edward Moberley, Ollie, Daniel anil 1 Ono il.iy took her for n walk nnd her daughter, Mrs. J. W, Dniley, who William Mack have returned safely'! every time we met anyone she would Is still quite ill. "I; who It was. We were Jtn-- t pnss-lufrom overseas, and are ut home. Mrs. Charles (irow spent several n large apartment when it man Mr. and Mrs. Austin Illack enterdays last week with her parents, Mr. lr A ' up In n car. Esther liiiuiHllate-- I tained a few friends Sunday in honor nml Mrs. Frank Lnnd. lied: "Who Is that. Aunt Cut her-- , of their three sons who have just reIs that the doctor?" I told her Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lnnd nnd Mr. turned from oversea. 1'iat It was. Then she said: "Who Ileckhnm Hollon attended church lit U he golnj to tlx?" Chicago Tribune riensant Hill Sunday. l COY D. Hollon of Hazel Mr. Ileckhnm Gov. Temperature of Leaves. (Irccn, Is here with his sister, Mrs. Some recent Investigation nt Little Miss I.ida Mac Newby is on John Land, und Mr. bind. of leaves made in tin JcmtIh mid mountains of Arizona inn. Mr. and Mrs. Sale Kurt and chil- the sick list. In I he Santa Lucia mountains of I'a' Mr. nnd Mrs. Abe liurton spent A vote for Black dren, Mrs. LIge Hurt and children Iforhlii hue resulted In the dlsem Monda y in Nicholasville. spent Sunday on l'oor Hidge. in August is a vote fry that leaxes show u very rapid Mrs. Mary Clouse spent Monday' Dr. (5. M. Hendren nnd Mr. John "liungu of temperature nt times. These for Democratic sucLand motored to Lexington on Tues- with her mother Mrs. (Jreen ut Nichfluctuations, are almost constantly go- cess in November. day to have the Doctor's ear treated. olasville. Ins nn. Change of from l to 3 dr-;- ns were obsened lu from s Sirs. Huford Crow spent Friday Mesdumcs li. P. Long und Prentiss twenty .to sixty seconds, and If n Walker and children and Miss Fran- night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. iiiiMlenilely strong wind Is blowing the ces Long visited Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. James Clouse. HE'S A SURE WINNER! change- - may amount to Q degrees In Kiy, Sunr'aj. There will be preaching at Scotts thl, iy seconds. The series of Meetings will begin Fork next Saturday night, Sunday daughter. Miss Mnttie, of Richmond were Uie guests recently of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mosc Kny nnd family. Misses Marie Ilallard, Jessie II. lay, Ilert Dniley and Myrtle nnd (Jracie Tenter, Messrs Elbert Teater, Clclland Dailey, Iiemnrd Kny nnd Ham Clay Folgcr attended the lawn party Saturday night that was given by Miss Tlieliun Simpson nt her beautiful country home on the lluckeye Pike. Thought His Time Had at the j I MARKSKUKY Make Your Dowels Bchavo does Male them (unci Ion with gratifying precision. If regulation of ths diet not relieve their torpidity Dr. King's New life Tills 'I hey arc perfect Un-e- l trainers, cleanse tlst rrstem surely. cor..fortaLly. WOLF TRAIL. William Planks sold 1! calves to Mr. llobert Fox for $35 each. Mr. Harvey Sutton of Cincinnati j after n visit to his brother, .Mr. John Sutton returned home Sunday. ' Miss Suo Sutton was hostess Sunday for Mrs. Harey Sutton and chilI -' dren of Cinnlnnati. .1 Mr. (.recti Kster, Misses Virg.i; Annie Illanksnnd Dean limner ICI.uk, went to Keren on a pleasure (Delayed) Mrs. Nora I'rewitt entertained in in Mrs. A In' Ilurton was honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Khunlcin of Madison recently. Kansas City, who are the guests of Miss Murk' Italian! is visiting Miss Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Chirk last SunJessie II. Kay this week day. Miss I'lum Mao Price spent the At n meeting last Sunday, Kev. week eml with Miss Ilert Da I Icy. Skagg of Cnmpbellsville was called Mr. nnd Mrs. Freeman Davis and to take charge of the work nt this children were visiting relatives hero pluce. Wo are Informed that ho will Sunday. begin almoj. immediately. Deun Misses Myrtle nnd (irncie The Udies Working Society will Tenter spent the week end with Mrs. meet at the residence of I). S. Swope Allen Tenter. One ot three o'clock next Thursday, Miss Gladys MeCulley hits been u I of the features of this meeting will recent visitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clar- be n birthday offering (a penny for ence .MeCulley. each year, There may be somo fur the old maid members, People in this community have been busy gutherlng black-berrie- s the us their nges rarely "ever exceed 35 or 40 years) A program will be arpast two weeks. The laMr, and Mrs. Frank Lund ami son ranged for the afternoon. dies of the church are Invited to atHoward nnd daughter, Inez were in tend. No offering for them has been lluckeye Sunday. designated, however there will be no Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moliorloy weru donation. over n voluntary week end visitors of her parents, Mr. iiuarrel Itefreshments will be served by the and Mrs. Andrew Clark. Society. Misses lleulah Man of Wllniorc nnd guests of Mlsti Thelmu Simpson were Jessie II. Kay Wednesday night. Mrs. W, T. Moberley and Mm. Hughey Moberley and little daughter, spent Friday with Mrs. Harvie Teater. Mrs. Willie Masters has returned to her home In Madison county after ii weeks visit with her sister, Mrs., it. E. McROBERTS, UncasUr, Ky. Jesse Casey. James Black The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday. July 24 1919. DAWN Next Time Buy I Dy JACK LAWTON SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF fat Tor JOrt yMM not.n MKOU. IlinrUm oil hAft niitiir.l ntiftertiiK litiminlty to wIlh-tHti- it of klilnry, liver. atlrtrk MniMrr an.l Miomich troutieii n.t H tUpfanrfl rontieclr-- l with th ii' Innry orirnna ami to bulM up anil ri.- - to tlu u- J b) ill ifw. llh onrin mojti 1 nporttnt organi inn-- f Thr watrhfil, ts--v tttsfl xtiy nitr puiif. thrt tilmjil, ur1i"Rn the Jo tlu if wuru 7011 lire f1.tmiil Wr.innwi' lfrpIrnnM. nrrviiiiinrni, dfiiliinli'Nr)r, brkn r utoitM' ii irfi-blr- , 1 iAlnM In tli ir r nnt oiv r Joinfn, rtitt itiiTii niiv i.r u n mil I IrK, rritf.A nnil wnrn nu nf tr'f, me ntya, HOl.It MKI'Al lUarUni ml lap- ar thf renifily you nrel TW ttri f.r four Hip'ry ttty. Tli hO'illnrf ' 'II a htvI Itnl.xr of nil nntI into tt. t..,l'ifa tint tirlxr nut the Mfinf l.n- - mil will anriiy fo.l-v- r -. r Wlifii ur vicor it for n wMI ttiMf1 rttntlirie trr.itt to Vnp In ton! l r n il w illtit n rniirn of th hi a unit nnd lir iriM of k tin Hi' ting, t,r JH.r MPii.ti yY' I.m t '" llii.irlt it! O'l i.im 1. fii-- i ,r inoir hiii he. r'tilwm If yo ilt. ir n i it 1 ri it). Hut irr r n I an. tib Ml r.t f!tT ! rfp 'vi St ,!M ptck miliii ''t all ilrti ndr k' a n Jerome Curls In the hour of h'.s t.'n tiif..l greit niiv nns but n dlll!iisloin d nmrtf disupiinted nun, Still oung, mid hitting won the gohleti ke) to tutor he drew hui'k wearily before those doors It might open, iMir'ng Ids years of struggle and ,rii need none of these friends, win' now r.I so 1'iiaerly stroto tn share his tnutul h, Ii.mI made an effort to strctih forth n Helping hand. Iltch the girl whom h hid so deeply lotisl and who bid pro fi ed tn return hl lote had grown "i ir waiting and had heiirttessh J.lusl blm for an in know bslgeil nniu it the business world." No' that the dream of .lerome It ir Big r's was realised he smiled i jnlnillt at 3 OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. this same woman's profTerisI notes of reisiiH illation hi former hue had be Big isiih ti widow, hut her i harm for him I hud tiiulshtsl belore her luslmsrlt.i comand all this superllelal adulation now wearied him, lie longisl to get away of Over OneJHalf Million from It. to get back to u certain smi J Willi h had often bii'll his refuge Tkn to ROraf To Harris this small place, wllh the ON "ROLL OF HONOR.' se.i stretihttig out befiTi', was home, his one sure liateu. U. V. Hudson, rreildent, J. J. Walker. V. I'rci. It was hole that his great pletnre was horn the pliture whlib hail won V. O. liigncy. Asst. Cnchier. V. I". Champ, Cashier, for him fame and fortune. Years ago, side-wa- ll when his heart was sore with Its U'alker, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Joe J. he had gone, after read lug the nnuouneement of the inie girl's . marriage, to the -- illusion of this there to shut out from eurlteis ejes his dis-- hurl. And when at sun Out of Sight. Ants at Cseavitort. down he sat 1ihiii the llu,t Hir h a boat If there ter was u fool killer bj Kteryone has olc.ertisl trei" tint had loiiie drifting down a gohh'ii beam ) mis biivi' rellnsl from bushiest. hollowisl out by nuts, hate ' t iward in. And In the boat sat u ten It Is apparent that their biting siwcrs Chicago New a. .tiling girl ruhoiind. hrr golden hair ire iipinl to working. In Ihe hardest rlppbsl ottr her shoulders, nnd her iie woods, in tunneling, ants are etpeu. rnt-oWorld's Supply of Coal. fnei- was glorlllisl In the light and aiitlieiitlr cases are known of their A gmsl authority gltcs the coal area liarrls lulled his great pletnre tunneling under lllli hes mid dreum. of the world In square miles as fol"Maidenhood," Indeil, n hmilli American nnt Is said y liupul-ltethe had iiilteil her us she to hnte exnitatisl u tunnel under the lows: United Slates. lKMimi; Hrltlsh drifted by. and had run down to draw 'nsl of Ihe I'arahtba rlter at n place America. lS.in (ireat Hrllaln. I2."; Giving and Doing tlermany. Kranee. Yep, He Would Be a Slant to See. Apaene Custom. l.er boat In to the shore. 'I he girl, who where It Is as broad as the Thames Spain. It Is the gltlng up of life that saves was In order in avertnl) the time of "In nil m.v triitcls hither uml yon Imk: Helgluni ftlS; rest of Cump. fourteen or lifteeii .tears at London bridge. and return," remarked the fucetl6ui day. the Apache Indian ued h gourd it. When we atop calling It our mill. of age. iieis-ileimll; China, '.'.ISO; Japan, reiolll.t to Id rispie-- t Coat Is routol In eoiiimerrlnt iiunnti kins to noun I It nnd enrich It for th.it she jMie thus again for n plrture. feller, "I never run across n mnii who on which the stars nf were distlrj-pils- h begin bestowing It la ties In -- S id Hie states and trrrltorlr urscltes. and marked. As the coiistellnrl.'n nse the was so color blind lie couldn't "I'll make ihe arrangement with Keep Up "Good Times." loving Interest and servlro upon otha roll of greenbacks." Indian could tell the hour hy referring Keei'ng Interested iinx not Just of the Unllisl States. oiir pi i, pie." Harris stigge-tis- l. e And that It has suddenly to the gourd, and by turning the gourd ers "I hate mi MS,ple. the girl told hiln, isilllt toward the serious aide of life round he could tell the order tn which richer and stronger than etei As Jimmy Saw It. and as slfe went on with the strange It duts to 111 reatloii- - that absolute Traveling ringers. might tie expected before. James was too pugnacious to his the constellation of sane, story of her own life he knew what ly loci-sa- ry loiistltueiit T.tplsis' fingers are ihe most amnr-Inmother's way of thinking. She nftih to appear. brought the shadirw to her oung heallhj Ihlnz Set Jourself In the had fratelers In ireatloii, and are capsodded him for getting Into llgll.s Old Tradition Exploded. ejes, silo, had bis-- wilstnsl to the Uwlm of "gisnl times," times that will. able of going treinimlous dlstanivs wiih other hoys, nnil lohl him It woii.d Again that old stuff about "giant" In shore In a Imat tos.mg iim n stonay ,;mike .ton laugh and forget your Too High to Lend. wllhout Ihe fatigue that would come lietter to Kttlllil H Utile picking i l Our neighbor, who m a grent hnlilt those da)" has been rmlel) puiiihed sea before he was old enough to re rforuilng i There Is nothing easier tlinn to lo the fist and bgs In I. an to he fighting half the time. Oi.c if borrowing, riime over one afternoon .nit by the museum visitor Inspecting niemher an thing about It. A man ami ' dip out id Ihe way of bating good similar t)s-writiIn ordlnurt day he fame home with garmen tn borrow 'nine baking powder mid I suit" of armor worn by doughty woman found drowmsl later were times as we get older, and et Ihe camay tnitel nccorib the hand soiled uml torn uml explained Hint l.i' fold her I had none. In the course of Vnlghts In the "fifteens." due of our thought to have bisn her parents, but pacity for llljojmellt neter dies In 11 s. log to an etiert. miles n year linl heen In a fight because he hud r conversation she mentioned the high "egulnr dnughbojs of average prowr-tlon- s lie had neter known, A fisherman Hud I though Ii r morbid perversity of mid not tiidlin'e nry Impnlrinent In , when my fused to take a dure. After n hen id price of baking earinot get hN arm Inlo the lug the ehllil rarrbsl her to his wire no ntiil vision we Insist to ourseltes This refers, of course t.i el ' leiicy argument with hit mother uhoiit It I c brother spoke up: "l,ook on the gro-eer- y 'eg pieces, mill the iitclllgo schoollsiy whii hud befriended tier, until as tie He uterage t)plt In all ofllci-- . hat It has left us. bill and see how tu.it h they pf the presint da) would lllld the girl grew ami the wife exclaimed, "(lee whiz, mother, I an In ifortahly tight. I'lorldii talld the ihargH was traiisffrred. Miouhln't think ouM want to bring up charged pie for the can I pit tills "suit" mi morning." Kxchnngc. your hoy to he u Toward!" Times. Union, They ealleil her "lan," the girl lohl him blilshlnglv, bisiiii-- e It had twin at il.iun that the tlshermau found Cht-Ha- md her. And as da,ts paid ami liawu eame to tsi-- e for the artist he leariusl more and more of the hard of a oiiug life whbh longisl for great things ami iaut be satisfied wllh eoiii "si C . em -- I (lawn's heart was full loon duties, of music and her mind .teamed for knowledge. 21 ki It t!ie simrle cirerationt anvone can srrlv Wautiful l.aidwm . When upon Ids return laler from the wcssl nrevi'iuile nan, ird rulwt'U crr old softathablr;or etlproofi lisikl and I'siri, dgun, lurilsojj and elts Harris from his old houseI (urnilurr wears jile teal tiniili. (Ati aliut keeper that 1. mi's lutiilid iharge had J itnti per square fnit, Dirrcli mi on each can. Iarn to grain ir. 5 mm itrs at died he sent at ome for the girl and 111 Ills house bade her make her home THE CHI-NAMSTORE IN YOUR LOCAt-ITon the shore, arranging for k,s isi ..II SsJ .....J cisiiiissi ultit.l in-- l 4, C1i,mv CV Sosil s"il-l- l ".-- h ...inki., U n the uiljolu-In! mJ. U sell Incline, her to ami from a IM br ml wcnc l"teil. lMiailfJ lot ll I. pro Hivst i intfil tot aisilrsri I.. rpl)tillage uml finding her a mii-l- e THC OHIO teiuher there. Then III the ill. v. rlilng MIK COWPANV CUVCUtNO. O if his i lly studio the arlNt forgot about the little girl, who neter DRUC STORK. Censed In tlilllk of llllll Willi reterellt iiloratloii. Harris, long nb-e- nt from the boiie by the sea, oiilht It out again after one if his trips aliioad ami learned from the old hoti.i,keeper Hint his UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISprotege had seelirisl a position as teaiher In a nearby village and left TRATION word Hint he would hear from her laler The artist smiled and frowned. "She Direi'lor Cencnil nf Knilrniuls should have allowisl die to rolaplete her ediieatloii," be said. Then his upon the Intlllug furpleased e.tes fell nishing of his beloteiohl roiu. ' "Volt kei'i Ihe place up well," he eoiiiiaemlod Ills housekeeper. "That'x I law n," the woman replied; Summer Excursion Fares are now in effect "she inines out here llllll hees that 'We things Is all new an' rontenleiit. to various Summer Resorts It liouii she for him, must saj s." ProAlding Attractive Scrr.c say their location in the heart of the the pat ten year tlie automobile, After that cauie to Ihe arllst regil-hillDURING anil lime spreader occupied the harduood region is the leason why they can build small rheeks In the name of the Vacation Trips tillage bank, wllh noles In a girlish time of many wagon makers. Hut Thorn-hi- ll uagon. And this is partly mill r. wcar-prix- if hand. stuck to the nagon and tn the fanner trade. true. Tor good, tonjh oak and hickory are things "Of I'oiirse I can neter lepay what Followini; are round trip rates fnim Lancaster Otcr rough mountain mailt, through swamps at no m.-.- ii can make. 'oil hate done for me," wrote Dawn, logging camps, these wagon did duty tlail... to nearby resorts (war tax extra). Hut much is due to their modern labor-savin- g Is Just in assure myself that I "this Thus the fame of the Thnrnhill spread, and plant. Materials start at one end of the plant would If I conld," Hlue RidKe, Oa $15.90 the demand grew steadily greater. end enme nut a finished wagon at the other. Kach And lit length, wearied hy lalmr and Diamond Springs, Ky. $11. 5S man d;c but a single task, and he docs that task Tough Highland Hickory surfeited wllh Haltering attention, Gallatin, Tenn. to perfection. $11.01 ciime to li.irrJs a longing wish for the i located in the very shadow of Their plant Irvine, Ky. restful house by the shore. And when $ '2.70 A Clan of Matter Builders mighty forests of mountain hickory. The ground It at sundown, sidling again he renrhed Maryville, Tenn. $ 1 0.20 is hard the climate severe. The tood has to Hut to the men arc due many of the Thorn-hi- ll neross the golden water towaid him, fight for life. So it grows sturdy and strung g Oliver Springs, Tenn. Years features. $ 8.82 rami Ihe girl who had made Ids great close-grainand tough well nigh unbreakable. ago they attracted to their plant the masters of Torrent, Ky. pletnre, Sliimljig on the sands ut her $ wagon building. They asked these men for imIde he lohl her so. It has neatly twice the strength of hickory that Crab Orchard, Ky. $ 1.08 brittle-bras- h. grows in softer ground, which is usually "You speak of repujllig your debt provements, and the men who made them reFranklin, Ky. $10.20 to me," said Harris, "My dear girl! ceived their just reward. The white oak, growing under similar Unrtsville, Tenn. in you realize that It Is 1 who am Inconditions, develops a similar toughness. $12.70 Together they worked out more improvements debted to you? for my mecess, for London, Ky than had ever been made in the twenty years that The oak and hickory are dried outdoor under $ :i.21 the very comfort of home, for n belief shelter and kept there from three to five jcars 1 went before. Murphy, N. C, $17.a i In truth and goodness which had Let us show )ou a Thornhill and demonstrate to piled that the air can circulate freely. The Smith Grove, Ky. forsaken met Why, you have $ 8.40 the value of Thornhill construction. Cmmo tap dries in it gheu In me every ciaid gift nave hapWestmoreland, Tenn., $12.71 piness." For fares to other points or further particulars "And I wish 1 might give you that," said Dawn. apply to local ticket agent. "I hope I believe that you will," llurrU answered wiftly, and Ihey luuked Into each other's eyes. RED TOP TIRES FISH White Red Tread IMS iftrn Nwspsir N' I.tt irl mileage Fabric Tires built with an extra ply and a heavy tread tires with mileage parable to that Cords. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. ! J Capital and Surplus S100.000.00 Assets Oollars. I THE HANDSOMEST TIRE MADE HASELDEN BROS 4tl; S;: f..l. nil THORNHIU, W&GONS t5? mmm process mm, ...mmw& rp-- Made hi the Heart of fclie Hardwood Resrion Louisville & Nashville Railroad W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KY. 5 The Central Record, Lancaster DRAINAGE V Ky. Thursday, July 24, 1919. 1" HELPS Diaw A YIELD OF CROPS' How to Plan and Install a Profit-PayiSystem cn a Valuable Fertile Fcrm. TILE DRAINS ARE FAVOREB Check Your Red Cross i Is Still Busy READ WHAT YOUR DOLLAR IS DOING fled e Cross eludes Continued Care Returning Fighters. Peace-Servic- I '! UA'.IW?ui for the money ymiovc nml note how inutii inure res pcciiuiiy our cri iiiiuis youHiey like to do business tIth n man who has an titrotiiif at Ihe re-P- Garrard BaiA & Titil Co THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR V.'here Money Is Not Available to Drain All of Land, Start Where Profit! Would Be Greatest No Rule ln of They know he is duini; business in a', busii'vs" like .vay. Ilttter open such an nccount even it your alTairs are not large. They will grow all right. in every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. Unlit for .sen lee nml comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 ".laby Crand" Roadster $1 1 10.00 "Baby Grand" Tourinp; $1135.00 F. O. I!. Factory. A car load of these American Ilcauties just unloaded. They have marvoloti3 power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. for Slie of Tile. (rr.rartl by ihe t'nlt.il Mttn of Agriculture ) The Garrard Bank & Trust Company n 1 rvpart-inc1 PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster. OflUe Plume IK. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. I Director and Optlmlitlc Thought. Speaking silence Is better llir.n speech. Mart on Ti.i In'lln wimd en er begin In l r Mil- - nee of thro.1 klllesl wnrkrra by Hie twelve. In Uncle ' rniv t M.mi Jtm-utii- l And the "Dash?" Hi.' iviiil mnrk ami ihe jH.lnt a Juiirnnl, an' I In- - "ml. i'f wnmnii. ei lamaiinti 1 1. 'trull - Ivory M lot beenm 'nde they are Washing Cnamcl. All il'ru- - mnrks mi li i'll he riiliheil mIiIi ,. ftnim I el ' , mi!tenes! mIiIi spl-- 't 1,0 ' Tlii'ii tn-- h Hi Eben. v.i i'i nnpy wnti-r- . ilrv nml ri '. i li "After nn nrgyment has lasted a r 'in-II irlnkliil wp.h whiting much as tin hour nn' n half." until Un- !! tutlj ii ilr duMir i'iiii.;i! .e tln cle nien. "I decide ,lnt lt' cither pn i While eiimm-- l ruriiltiiri' I mil Bliont finished or civ ilar nln' gineter led In llil ny fruiii t Ittx In linn- - be no end to W j luliu Us brightness for u lung period !,. A it""'l elrnlnigo rlrm nn n fertile farm lli.it It imt nnliirnlly well ilinliii'il I a in nnnni'iit linpniti'iiiiot which' eniitlniie n pny elltldetiil In Hip form nf li.rrrnn'il rrnp itihIui'IIhii. (City garden nml Iirn nreel drnlnngc, inn! If pri.pcrly tlli'i!. wwiM ln greatly Itiiprnicd.) Tile drum usually glt-iimri' thnmugli ilrnlutigp tliiui iiirn elite hp. Tlipy ty nn l.i l surface ni.il ilii nut Interfere wllli fu rinliiir ni'rnllinii. If properly rnriMrurtei! Ihi'y rispilrn nn fur intilnti nnni-p- . Economic Arrangement. The iinit iirriiniri'iiipnt nf Hip drnlnncp nylt':n l niip Unit Hip iim' nf Inne lnti rr.1 nml Hip MmrlrM Inlnl Ifnetli (if vn ft ri ilriin. N'n linril nml fitt rnlp inn lip chin fur ililrrinhiln: Hi'" i"l"' lmuli nf llip IIIp In In UMil. ! train I lariTP tn rrinnvp Hip nur-pi- n nli r lipfiirp lln irnp urp It In IipHit tu um' ulri'i Iimi Inrfi' tliiui Iihi Mnnll, um! mi IIIp lr" In illnmpliT -- liuulil tlmn fmir lliclii lie iipiI (In rnnunnn ilnrk vllt Inams wIiitp iIip niiTilti' rainfall l n'irnsl-inr.li'l- t Ilii liirlipi. plulit-ln- i li IIIp liavlni ' i full nf twn Inilii't In Km fppt will irmli!p nutlet ilralnncc fur 40 ncri'i; M'vrii lnc Ii IIIp for 30 nrri'K, hU'lnrli IIIp fur tlln fur I! nrrpt unit four-IncIx niTP. TIip jirnr iT ili'iilli fur drain tllct nrli'H frnni titMiii i(i, poll ntifl tun In fmir fi1,'!. In Iniit y III Innm Hip i!.'illi liiiulil In- - frum Um In llirpp fppt. llip full-ni- l In IliN MmuM lip plnrin fnmi :io tn 10 fi-- t t nimrt. In I'l-MN Hint dtp iiji wnlpr llip ilmlni tin ttiri-- tn fnur nml whi-rftt-- t ippi. tin- - IntpriiN may lip frnm W) In 1.V) fpi'l niart. In Hip mnrp pnrntin miIN tli iiiuu'p may lip even croater. Secure Proper Fall. TIip ilrnlnncp elmiild Imvp n fall nf lint Ii'mo thnii imp Inch lu 100 t If r IkxsIIiIp nml fnll limn Oils ! ti-ripIralilp. Wln-r- lllllp fall I nli. tnlmil, luirtlculnr rare must ln tiilcn In woiirp n irnii'r Krnilc. TIip ilraln-heilllcli nlmiilil lip nlnrtiil at Hip nut' li't mill Its rnurvp nlmuld fnllnw-- 11 IlllP the chief aim cf the Amer-icaRed Crjss has been Ihe comfort and welfare of ihe American boy in service. The Itnl Croi-- s as an orRKhizatlnn has been urnnlns with the Rrowms needs nf i lu soldiers, jailors and marines slnip Hip Hrst transport start' d INCE the first call to arms Lr II 1CZ3C Have Your Tiros U Eslrdet, oterseas of L'mler the Department of Military llelief of the Red Cross a plan was formed and Is belnc rarrird out which brings etery possible comfort and help to Hie fighting men out nf lines or ill sick, welt. convalescent, maimed or "whole!" Muting taken them comfortably all lh wa uter tho lied Cross will con- llnup to provide for their welfare unlit the last man steps oft the gang plank nf the last transport or Ipates the doorway of tlip last hospital. Care nf thp returning snldler falls Into three brandies.Miscellaneous Sen Ice for the Comfort and Welfare ip uiai!iiiwwimamwji We use the Dry-Cur- e Vulcanizing process of retreading-n- ot half sole-a- nd can rebuild a tire at less than half price. 3500 MILESU GUARANTEED s. tn say which of these Is the most im portant, so greatly docs rach depend m thp olher, weaving an all entering mantle of comfort and relief that spreads over e.uh and every soldier, Hnldlers-llouSen lep In Hip tamp -- and liecrentlnn. It Is difficult Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go r L. B. CONN, Propietor. How Ihe Red Cross Helps THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. OlpHol $50,000. 1'rp.l.Unt. S. C. DKN'NY, Cashier J. It. IIA1EK1S. Imliviilunl A. K. DF.N.VV. Surplus 430,000. J. K. STOitMES. Vtrcl'rcut C. M. THOMI'SON, Teller. Ilouk-Urpc- r. Itl'tJII MOIII.KV. ficniral Sdcty Deposit Boxes For Rent. Using a Level to Lay Olf a Drainage System. WK SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS, fi. II Swlnrlironil, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. K, Stormen, , I r, S. C V. M. Illliott, Dirpctors. A. T. Satult-rj-, IS A WINNER Black will be nn easy winner of the democratic nomination for Governor in the August Primary. The people are for him. He is the logical candidate. His Kreat service to the ticket in 1915 should not o unrewarded. Ho is 10000 votes stronger than any other candidate. In 1915 ho reduced the republican majority in Ii5 counties in Eastern Kentucky, nearly 5000 votes. His majority over his opponent was from 1000 to SOOO moro than the majority of the other members of that Governor James It is generally conceded 1). the ticket over their respective opponents. Ho is the best campaigner, tho best debator, tho most pleasinsr speaker, by far, of any candidate otTer-in- g for Governor on tho democratic ticket. In him, Democracy has an invincible champion. He's a WinnerVote For Him and Democratic Success In November! tthlrh lia prptlnuly licon tnlil nut clpiiii Ki'pp tlip iliti-tcut nml a Mralclit us kkiIp. If Hip illn-illnI." cliun'.-- i il It slmulil lip limn. iy en rurtpn. Sharp turns must hp nrnliliil. he- I.nyliiR I llip, llkp iIIecIiis Hip nt Hip nutli-t- . illtch. slmulil I'mlpr nrilluary iniiilitliiiis ill,- - kIihuM l'p laid ami hlliuli-i- l nr prliiu-i- l pvitt day nfli'r IIip illlrli Is m.nlo. Any uV lay In Injlm; may caiisc Injury In tin illlcli Iiy ruin or hy partlclps falllne Into It. If tlu liatiks urp llki'ly In rntp, tlip Hip sliiMilil hp Inlil ri fast us' TIip tmiallot the dllili Is lips urp laid from tlip hnuk with nl IjiriTP Kli-- s mut lip latil liy linok. l.nml frnni Hip Imllnni nf llip illlcli. (Up All uilsvliapi'd nml Imilly slinulil hp ilKonnlril. If n tlip iloi'S nnt Join i'lnpy with Hip prernllni! nnp. It Kliniild lip tunipil nvpr until II fits nt IIip lop. Cm it nil larirn rrnek wild plppps nf tllo nr tilth rcnii'iit, AfliT Ihn IIIp iiro Inld and lnppprdj llipy MipiiIiI ho with n Ilttlp dirt frnni Hip fIiIps, which process ls railed prlniliiB. nnd left tn nolllp. The purMiHp Is to Imhl Hip IIIp 111 pi'sllloii nnd preient hrpukiiKP when tlip After' of Hip tlltrli U fllU-d- . Hip tlln lire primed they nmy remain without In Itirv for Kpvprul iIiivh nr tin. til nil "of (hp illiclips urp ready for! fllllnc. If Hip soil is dosp nml It is (lpslrithlp to a Id Hip wuler in reaching tho tlip quickly, Hip dltrh ran be partially lllleil wlih ulraw or brush nr with Hone and pieces of brick !f they are uvnllnlile. Under ordinary conditions (hp ditch is moit easily turn-ploequipped with filled tvllli n an evener 12 nr It Inches Ionic. Another method. Is tn place tho team on one tide nf the ditch and pull Ihe dirt la with a K'ruper from the oUier side. The soldier l nnt discouraged, but he can't belli thinking, as he lies there In ihp hasp hospital, with Ills "lump nf an arm or his twisted knee. inn walls for the transport that will ake him home. When ihe day comes at last, ho I :arrleil aboard on a ttietcher. lle-slhim are a pair of new pajamas, a Red Cross comfort kit and plenty of "smokes " Aboard there is a lied Jim man with his hands alwata tilled wilh "extras." On the way to the debarkation hospital, there Is the aine old lied Cross smile and Ihe suc cession nf sandwiches, pies and tnlfee, At night, while Ihe train speeds Inwards the army hospital near his town, there are the canteen wom en at the stopping places. When Ihe soldier reaches Hie stage, there is the Itcd Cross house with its home like , asy chairs, rugs, music, games, books, newspapers amis magazlne- sh" fireplace, the sun parlor or the porch, according to the season. On fine !.! h there is the Motor Corps that takes the soldiers for delightful nuntrt spins It is by these many mall attentions, that mean so much. that lied Cios endeators to make getting well" easy A Blrk nr wounded snldler does not set well soon if bis mind Is not happily attuned and his personal i roubles at rest Sick, convalescent or well, a r.nldier may have ri course to Home Sort Ice, one phase of Ilrd Crnss work. Anxiety nier liuine affairs uncertainty over 'hp safet and welfare of loved ones-h- ate done more to weaken the) morale of tho men than most grievous wounds receited 111 battle, or ft en tho eudur- tnri- - of eliori rations, or tr irig das mil nights under fire, lied Cross Homo Sen ice endeators to bridge the tap between Hip soldier and his home, and to art as the luterteiiing agent to whom all pet it lulu may be trusted mil all cares consigned. Kite hundred lied Cross Home Service representatives are working In the ramps of this Country ami in Hip array hospitals, wltli their .".11,000 patients. Among tin- latest intimations are the banking agencies, established In leiit).twii demobilization rami's, under the authority of some nearby clearing Iioimk or bank, enabling a discharged soldier to deposit part of his discharge money fur transmission to any bank lip m.i in exchange for a noil negotiable reri Ipt. At Camp Tailor alone. tl52,:iS was deposited In this way within Ihe space of elet en d The breadth and scope of Ihe Ited Cross peace program, as ft concerns the returning soldier. Is readily appreciated. Hp cannot feel neglected or forlorn as long as the Ili'd Cross is with him, and surely no possible com . fnrt, no possible- - need has been The three great arms work together nmkably, smoothly, Jointly, each performing the tasks that fall within its Immediate field, yet extending Its actlilty to dovetail happily with tho(olher branches. In the field. In the camp. n the home, the lied Cross is omnipresent wherever Ihe soldier goes or wherever his Interests lie. It knows no armistice .In Its fight against sickness, worry, despair or trouble. Walnut Street. 3 31 Danville, Kentucky. UZ3CZ3E Fact and F In nntel n mini ne:i' "way marm ries the rlghl wom-ii- i he succeeds In cluing so nluiiit hulf the time In real life. Topekn Capital. Dally Thought. Cookery Is liccntne an art. n noble science: cooks are lieetlemen - llurton. Where Seagulls Roost. Seagulls do not ulwn.iH rist nu tie' 111 '! jn Duel; nml (ilii Man Mand In .Maine, ml not only must In tree- -, Imt nejl tu ilietii ns well. The kiiup i imp nf i iiy either Island nlong Hip Milli e iv I. Thp gulls nf r.i'Mull harbor mid i inter, ns persons familiar with 'he Unhappy Family Connections. plnces my Hint tliniiMlllils of n'll's belieie tliat much onliniiplnes roust tree's nn Hig Duck. Utile nunc frnm attempt to pmlnng fam1 lieii'idiiiiits Jjnie partlrulur P'.ires nn the water. Sri-t- rnii'-tii.- ily cnnnectloii unduly, mid In mnkn people linng tngeiher artificially whu wool 1 neier iinturiilly dn ml I inn cer-tnl- n my father, lifter he wn forty, did not wlh to pp my grandmothi'r any more'. Speaking for niynif, I hnve nn ttlsh to see my father ngaln. i:. V. I lotted Mimtlily. No Wonder. Mrs. .I.iiilliig--"- I iliui't knmv what Is the matter with this einek, hut It won't Innkcd nt It, then gn' Her oil.-'- l II, nml blew- - In It with the hi hut II would nnt go, unit be went tn iiesl. The next morning bis wife mil: "Henry, I know- what Is the mat-lwith the clock." "Well, wlniM" nkesl Per husband. "It wants winding he tnld. China's Administrative City. union is the chief Chlnep ndiiiln-tCitlt-- p nnd I'limiiieri hil lily of South It is sliiinteil liiliiml frni.i 'ii'mi. p."i miles hy water nml II J lli mile by roll, nml I In the fpi- Canton esiuniry. In whl-.- t ei'iiiergp the1 We"-I- . .S'nrtli ni.il Kn- -t l iter-. In fnriicii trade" I'lUilon rnnlis third mining Chlnip port, being e- led In volume by Shaicluil nr.d i '.ureil. Attention Lamb Shippers To assure prompt movement of nil live stock from Central Kentucky points cn the Louisville and Nashville Knil Itoad, arranirements have Just been completed for the homlline; of live, stock from stations between I!ow-laand I'ichniond, via Winchester, connecting- - with live stock train leaving Lexington at S:33 P. M. Schedule is as follows: LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. Ky 11:45 A. .M. Ky 12:011'. M. Lv. Lancaster Ky 12:15 1'. M. Ky Lv. Hyattsville, 12:15 P. SI. Ky Lv Point Lent ell 12:55 I. M. ' Ky Lv Paint Lick 1:31 P. M. a Ky Lv Silver Creek 2:00 P. M. Ky Lv Duncannon 2:25 I. M. Ky Lv Fort Estill 2:40 P. M. Ky Arltlchmonil 2:50 P.M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 91. Ky Lv Richmond 4:00 P. M. Ky Lv Itcd House 4:30 P. M. Ky Ar Winchester 4:45 P. M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 66. Ky Lv Winchester 4:45 I. M. Ky Lv Wyandotte 5:00 P. M, Ky Lv Avon 5:21 1'. M. Ky Lv Fentvick 5:20 P. Jl. Ky Lv Montrose 5:55 P.M. Ky Ar Lexington 0:30 P. M. CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 Ky Lv Lexington 8:35 P. JI. Ky Ar Louisville 4:00 A. M. Is located on the rails of the L. and N. II. It 'flic Uourbon Stock Yittli at Louisville, and live stock can bo placed tor unloading irniediatcly upon nrriitl, thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling Ccntrul Kentucky shippers to market their stock the day after loading. Ship your Llvti Slock to LouisvilU, tho South's Marktl. Lv Kowland Lv Gilbert lj. Editor's Note: This It the first ol tries of slv artlclfs Usud from tht Lalct Division hesdquarttrs of th American Rd Cross giving official dttalls of the pesct tlmt tatttulon of Rtd Cross work In accordance with the Ideal of trvice to humanity which Is tht basts of all Rtd Cross activity. Grtttt THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. Lancaster. Ky.& Thursday, July 24 1919. TheCJantrdl Racord, )'; ' i " t t J V: T, e r, SUITABLE HOUSE FOR FARM POULTRY FLOCK Ventilation Is Essential to Health of Fowls. Shutter Should Be Se Constructed That There Will Be No Draft In Front It Cold Weather Gl Quits Helpful. (nrepvred hy the United States Depart went of Agriculture.) The hack and sides of tin poultry should lip absolutely tight l,i order to prevent drafts which may cause colds In the Hock. This leave on!,? the front nf the hnil-- e of muslin open. An Hun or entirely run i H.!tn. which cnn he closed hy u -.olititter tuny he ll ! tit advantage III the rear wall nf n poultry house In the South, or hi growing hou-ie- s in nil lair's of thl country, hut this should .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees The William Beck Farm OF Slight Mistake rx-c-a .00. Southern Optical Co. 206 Acres AT J Dy ALDEN CHAPMAN (CopyrWtit, lt, by ih Wtittrn Nti ggggggggggggB gggggggggggggggBgfl Public Sale , - 10:00 O'clock. V, Wednesday, July 30th An Open-Fron- t Poultry House Keeps Hena Healthy. he constructed mi that there villi he no draft 111 cold weather. The front of the house should lie so high that the vlndown or opening will iillnwthe fUti id shine well buck Into the Interior ilurlil.J the winter, lliirlnp. unhle.irliiil imukI In. or llght-wclgduek iloth m.iy the front. This lmed for curtains Inenough c lotto should lie thin to allow n slow circulation of air without u draft. This Is Impossible If too heavy n grade of duck cloth l ued or If th" cloth t oiled or palnled. A large amount of glnvi In the front of the house makes It warm during the day hut cold at night, as glass radiates I. eat very rapidly Some ghis. however. Is helpful In providing light when In are clos.d. Some ventilathe curt ii tion should he given In a Hiultry house even In the coldest night. It Is usually he- -t secured hy leaving a small window oien or having mulln curtains In OF the front of the houe. If the lnn'e Is shut up tightly without any muslin cur-taiIn the front there 1 a tendency for moisture to collect In the house and condense on the rafters and other woodwork on frosty moraines. It Is or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. a to close the muslin curnot sjece'-sar- y tains In the front of the' house except In very cold or stormy weather. Hens; re protected hy nuture with warm feathers and a high hody temperature Dally Thought so that they are better able to withWhat He Really Wanted. .uliorence In genius mid cantor ll Little Lowell had been wanting a stand dry. cold air than warmer air power are both noble qualities-.- - Mad In Ills father had null. which Is damp. in- - tie Stael. get one for him. When the new hahy ,tii:i Mini lliu itnftiir .tin-- mI 111, tittle MONEY MADE WITH CHICKENS DHagrted W h linn. bundle to Lowell and said: "This Is i' without Bert could nut nil pi mm sister, riy nt; wli.il do Poultry Club Orjanlnd by Depart-mtn- t jour think of her7" Lowell looted at the feeling tlistrrasi il. S.nlili i i.ne tlay b) of Agriculture Art Popular n d ly tu hei for iihy seriously. Mien repioit: :'klui "Well, l.ls alstrr In North and South. I like her he'ter If she v'iu a goat." girl friend, lie a!d: "1 Jiit enn't ii- - 'aitly help II. sis; she niTi" likt (PrspsrsJ by ths Unltsd SUfss Departporrhlie." ment of Agriculture Th- - Mallc'euily Inclined. Old Madam ITen la proving a veritaMailt iiills'peopte are or two types Hiblt of Decision. ble fairy godmother to many girls In 'he nethely and the palre-I- ) Most people who hae siKceodetl In lupplylng them with mouey for comInallelolls. Itetweeil the two there ( any direction of aetUlty cnn trace the fort and luxuries. Poultry clubs ii difference not of kind but merely by the department of agricul- "r tletri-ee- The nethely malicious are measure of their success to tin hahlt (lopular I i I.- - who tlellght III hellttliiu: and nf deriding things for lhciuelies. One ture und the state colleges are with the'tflrla In both the North uud I. olhers. whether by petty gos. of .the greatest temptation we hale Is oc tiilrlght -- liind"r. The mshe- - In confide In others. P,y ,lehl!ug to It the South. Kveu small girls who rare-- 1 fully follow directions nnd poultry a lv iiiiil'ehuis find a slr. nge ileuure In we not only become a ituUanee to our li iirlirj or nn.Mhliic Hint Is to the ills- friends hut keep on lowering our own Bource of profit. Grace Ilutler Is n fourteen-yeur-olpowers of resistance. d lit d other people. club girl In Logan county, Okla. Last year she hold ISO, birds for $147.2.". During the year I2S brth of eggs were sold uud she still ' nttn nl.l.t-.- . .....rll. ..U .....nu Plymouth I larfiJ"AlJIock of pure-bre- d Tlok of her own raising provided tho ' egfii'and two luciibutora hutched them. AND SELL THIS FARM FOR H. F. MARTIN, WE WILL WHO HAS JUST BOUGHT IT FOR THIS PURPOSE. Owned for 40 years by Mr. Beck, one of the best farmers in the county. Now ready to He has taken care of and kept it in a high state of cultivation. "Punch" and grow the crops. county seat On Stanford and Hustonville pike, two miles from Stanford of Lincoln on the L. and N. R. R. dwelling, two verandas, back porch and halls; an Elegant modern tenant house; large barn 40x60; silo, all sorts of outbuildextra good ings. Beautiful yard, large shade trees. You will enjoy Jiving here. This farm lies well, lonf frontage on pike several fine building sites, good fences everlasting water, cistern, ponds, springs and pools. You can buy the home and 20 acres or add thereto as many acres as you may want or buy an unimproved tract of 20 to 30 acres or more. Take advantage of this Golden Opportunity to get what you want, the size tract you want, located where you want it; part of the farm being in Stanford Graded School District, and at the price you want to pay. This farm is sure to sell for the "High Dollar." The bidders fix the price. Some one will get a bargain why not YOU? Terms Easy. Possession January 1st, 1920. We want to show you this farm before day of sale. For further particulars and blue prints see, write, or phone the real estate men, SUB-DIVID- E SWI1BR0AD LANCASTER. OR HUGHES & MXARTY, STANFORD; KY. Silly Season Mo Opened Aui'tloiieers hse ii ihhI way of re Pii- -, "lilng bids. Ilosimi Keeping Silver Bright. When th slherunre bus become nadly Isrnlshe-- I iti I It In an aluminum dish, cover Willi water nml boll for a short time, am; It will mine out bright and clean. The aluminum ill.h will he -- llghtl) discolored after I III- - process, 'nit it may be eally cleanetl. Good .The Law, tor Germany. law. rffsji'tln In (icriiiimy In lilt t. provides ror tiertunn' retnliiliig their nlleglnnce to (lertuany while becoming rltliens of the I'lilled .Slates or any other country. In aiiiiilug the new rltlmihli a lierimiii ilhj- - t. If 11 suits Ii in. continues his (iertnati eltlieuslilp nnd allegiance In (lermsny according to this law-- . IVII.ru.ik ev v Llt-l- i became, dilnty, Incirixirntcd As Itoyre Merrill wutUcd hy the desk or the Utile hotel nt ronlvllle where Manufacturers of Pcrftct-Fittlnhe h.ul passed the Iitglit, and paid hit hill the cleik as he placed the key I AND SPECTACLES III Its hot took theiue u letter and to.sl It (o Mm. Very casually the EYE CLASSES liinisleut cuest observed Its open lljp ' and niiiM'rnt shltnp, discerned that It was an ndiertlvinciit and threw It Artificial Eyes . Kryploks on the floor without even glancing at invisihh' nir.H-.i- i i..m is superscription. An huiiihle. loistest sort of n )oiiug fellow nils Itojce .Merrill. Drought up In the country mid longing to get bnik to to rational village life, he count-es- t i t, 4th A Cheitnut Stt., tun )enrs" experience ns the LOUISVILLC, KY. agent ot a cheap show as so lunch time mt. Where he was loud iii for Merrill scarcely knew, lie was trifling, tliullu- - a ins lthu In some promising country town. A nwtiltlhg any circumstance or adventure Hint might eelop the future, mid rend) therefore as to aiijlhluj thai might come along. When the mercury creeps up Into As Meirill left the desk a Innv) set, t'lpreieiitlou-nipenrluman amo the nineties, when the wheat is cut from Ids seat In the lohh), picked up und the oats lircii to ripen, then the the illvlaltled envelope, rend Its ad corn hek'ina to thrust its tassels tl't-s- s and rhucklisl 'I lieu he startisl Itcutciiwnrd. The potato but; grows I fliT Merrill. At ll unlet street corner ill numhers, the melon vines hcKin to hi overtook hlui. there is a promise of ' spread, and "A word with jon. If ou plrno. pumpkin pie. I'l.,.-.-l I ll, ll la... i... K.u.t.. ' ....i. ' Th,,n ,,,"t '"vcr-failiiicold .prim: Vi.'.. Iiil-- mid hohllinr Merrill's 'omeiliat tiiMuWcn, nreu I joii. ' rises in value, and never before ilid cool drink seem so kooiI. Then we (h.illeiig.tl Merrill. That Is n,.t m learn how good it is that the trees nre li e." "Ilh. e, It l." Inlltsl the other covered with leaves and throw u gra"Vim Jul droi..sl this, illilu'i )ou. cious shade. To reach the water Jug Mid he . vteinhil :he envelope, and Hire under the old nok at the end of the enough It Itore the name he lunl menswnth throiiKh the oat field is n goal l am tioiuil, eh drown, depot) to be desired. A shower, even tho sherirt or Prim ctou, twenty tall s donn gift from (!od the line. I'e got the right to detain It wets the grain, is a with its coolness. )ou, und as there ore ome ftptntia-lli.iiHot days bring big corn and blackror )oii to make ht Hint sum I lire. I'm going to take berries, plenty of them, never were ou thete.' HVoti are evpfoiilnc a rn they so good as this year when other fm la en l.lrlillt), my friend,'' fruits hate fulled. Merrill, ileaatitly enough nnd grow-In- ; "Yes I have' put up a hundred curious. quarts, but my neighbor has put up "llardl). I don't upMie sou will u hundred and seventy." Ijiter she deiij that this Is )our picture!" The depot) sheriff ettelnhsl a pine confessed to two hundred, nnd Jam! tocruph and Merrill looked half star gallons of it! Iionsting ears, butter beans, squash tled. treiielnlolll) puzzled. The pie- lure was that of a limn iiuirteloiisly and melons soon. Hot days, )es. Think of what the sun must do to hluiielf. "All right," he sjmke readll), "lio bring this nil about.-o- f solar energy i )oii arrt-ahead, tile?" involvetl in these marvelous creations "I don't, unless you get too cleer, III the laboratory of the garden and or ugly. It's sliuile. Silas lllsnd. my friend, the hotelkeoper, sent1 llle to the field. Ilurlf unl County, Mil., boasts of h hunt )nu up. It Isn't so much th r hoard hill )ou ran up un hundred bushels of shelled corn to the Kvery ear of this corn is prub- der fale pretenses and sklpied, as It acre. I the wounded prldo of his pretty ably over three fret above the earth. daughter, ll)rtle. slur don't want )ou That is si thousand pounds, three hark because she cares for oii, hut i.un, raised to a heighth of three fret she wants to see you punhheil for ami over in one acre of corn. That mi hulling her father and humiliating la some lift on 40 'or' 100 aerrs of her. You wr.ut around Princeton hint-li.- g weight of a field at the hit you had made with her rum. What of the U'lghhors are gossiping. Now she of wheat! Kvery grain lifted to the straw. There has been Is a de.erted bride that was to he. ""I nml she wilt take her dainty, worn some work done her In llitlnK all this anly way of showing her utter scoru In vrgetution to its present height, the' ion publicly, and you will hale to sun hus been hard at work. No won-tie- r settle up that bill and suffer her con- it gets hut. Herca (,'itiien. tempt." "(Julie ii romance. Pretty girl, ofJjck Scores. fended dignity, and a scapegoat want- The whims ,,f n pi.ik. r are nmiiy en. Once more Mr. Deputy Sheriff. ' ami iurhiu, but tor the pure ..in-a-i1 in not the mail jou are looking for." ii to the l!r tl-- h nllor who "It won't go." persisted II ther requested his t fe. ill 111.., . o py h doggedly. "I'll risk It." one shilling, wheiewilh to buy harel-milIt was an Ideal town, Princeton, iih she had ai.;i) tireferred This wss the first dlsroirry Merrill ' miking nuts to ineiidliig his stockmade, then that the Atlantic hotel was ings. a li ry ntlractlu place of abode. As he was led Into Its reception room his olllclnl guardian sang out through an open doorway: "Mornln", SI!" "SI" did not resHiuil, but a .very I Hot Days And Hard Worked Sun. ' lovely-fnris- l OLD. MEMBERS Boya In Florida REJOIN CLUBS I Buying and Wilting, to Pay for Good Stock Borrow Money to I FARM' for SALE am in position to offer you privately one of the very best farms in Madison County, located 8 miles from Richmond on Tood pike, good new six room dwelling, new stock and tobacco barns, housing room for 25 acres tobacco and land now cultivated to fill, 90 acres corn, 30 acres meadow, about 300 acres excellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything in fine state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for January 1st, delivery. If one or two good men want to buy a farm that will make money and one that is now ready to plow, call or write, or come to see mend I will show you something worth while. I It (Prepared hy the Unl it J states Department of Agriculture.) Rood work accomplished by the boya' clubs of D Soto county, Kla., last year encouraged practically all of the old members and many other hoys to Join the clubs this yiar. There nru now In the county 5t members lu the ilg cluh, '.'1 lu the corn club and klx 'In the cane litis. In Marlon county the county agent recently pluced pigs with cluh members. The boys are buying good stock, he reports, und urn willing to borrow the money to pay for It If necessary. In Walton county both tho corn and pig club work are growing, thero being M new numhers lu them. PRODUCT OF SMALL FLOCKS lAnnual Average Is Commonly Estimated at Ten Oozen Eggs Per Hen If Given Care. Prepared by the United States Depart-- 1 awnt ot Agriculture ) Tho ordinary average annual of auiull Hocks of hens given I good care Is commonly estimated at ..... m!. !..n. ...... hens for'emh member of the family will auppiy, ab9Ut -- 0 per relit more) eggs thau Hie uveragu city family now consume-)- j PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. . girl of eighteen crosed the throhohl. There wus fire In her pretty e)es ami no Indignant llii-- h 111111 her hoimv cheeks. She advanced quickly, paused i. c Her Mother I tlOBe, sMTS sen ii ii til the nulling cnplUe closely und fluttered forth: Georgia. Ldy, Regarding Blade- "Oh. Mr. Ilrown, you'e made a Draught. Relief rroa Headlrendfiil mlstnke!" ache, Malaria, Chilli, Etc "I told our friend that back at Kuril-vlllesaid Merrill, with a rourtiiuia Ringgold, Ca. M,. Chas. Oaston. how to the young lady of engaging this lota rrsi. . .1 place, srswrltrp:n "I sam a users presence, ae a. tf l. ill laci. .- 1ol iuruiurua U'lier.'a vmie r.lh.eT" .l...i t Waa one of our family medicines h vlllago functionary, "I'll see what i AUo )n my mother's borne, when I ho anya about It. a n child. ViTien any of us child "Down at the post oillce," and Myrtle I ren complained of headache, usually Illiuid stole nu Interested ghinco at caused by constipation, she gave us which would Merrill, "lou can go after him while a dosa ot rectify the trouble. Often In tho I try and npologlie for the fearful Bprlng. wo would have malaria and blunder wo huvo made. You won't kind, w. "li s, or troubles of thispretty rcg- e ..in ..its, .t.iie i, " j would takei mack-Drauglr,. ular until the liver acted well, and "Itoyre Merrill. Not I, Miss Itlnnd," I wo would soon bo un and around ilecliiri-t- l he, again. We w6uld not bo without It. "If nny reasonable sum, or a monlli tor It certainly has saved ui lota of free of the best .we huvn will fix up doctor bills. Just a dote of Black-Draugwhen not no well saves a our hideous mistake," said honest SI bed." Ins I tl ti ii,l. after he had heard tint tot of days In Mack-DraugThedford's has been wliolo story, "we'll kettle the ncore many years In the treatIn use fur willingly." ment ot stomach, liver and bowel "Why, rt hasn't cost me iinilhlnr." troubles, and tho popularity which It replletl Merrill, wllh a Jolly hiiigh. now enjoys Is proof ot Its merit. It your liver Is not doing Its duty, "I'll stay the month and maybe longer, for I like the town, hut I'll pay for It. you will suffer from such disagreeable symptoms as headache, biliousWhat this Utile trick of fate hus led ness, constipation, indigestion, etc., me Into decidedly pleases me," as he and unless something Is done, serious looked at Myrtle and she at him with trouble may result. modestly-velle- d eyes. "I'd Ilk nothing Thedford's Dlack-Draurhas been better than to clerk for a model hostel- found a valuable remedy for these ry like youra, Mr. llland. If nu are troubles. It Is purely vegetable, and acts In a prompt and natural way, open for an assistant." I( was,-anMyrtle looked grateful regulating the liver to "Its proper clesnslng the as lie raid uo to this Interesting oung functions andTry It. Insist bowels ots, on Toed-ford'impurities. man who had so acceptably come lathe orlflnsl and genuine. B ta ker lite. FAMILY MEDICINE .ll "" x If I y &rym "ft r Tho Uantral Racord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 24 1919. Mm. J. Randolph Harris accompanMr. (i, M. Lyons Is recuperating In ied her daughter, Mrs. Pepples to her his old home town, saying this is a home In Covington and remained for good enough health resort for him. lj a short visit. Mrs. Jo.inle Cotton, of Ai(.hamn, Mrs. Henry Lloyd and son, Master ami Mrs. D. I). Gciger, of Virginia, ! J Henry, Jr., have joined I'rof. Unyd aro visiting their sister, Mrs. W. 0. ! for a stay of some weeks with Mrs. Itigney, on Maple avenue. M Ji.ck Adams. The many friends of Mr. George arc sorry to hear that while 1.1I Mr Itursell Sanford of IVir. Iiiif 111 hern visitim: Ills im.ther, Mrs. I. I. cranking a Ford car ' he broke his arm which 's giving him some trotbla Sanford, who Is rccovsring from a hut doing ai well as could be expectillness. ed, Mr. Stanley Gullcy, who has been Mr. A. II. Mllby, arrived here Satvisiting his sister, Mls F.dna Gullcy, has returned to liii home in Minernl urday after a year or more spent In announces that he has installed on France in the service. His friends Wells, Texas. here, who are numerous, were all (!) Wyman, of glad to see him and welcome him C): Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nleholasville, have been guests of her back, WE SELL FOR LESS. tii1 aunt, Mrs; Taylor and Mr. Taylor, on Miss Allie II. Brown, who has been Richmond street. X-gf- ay Hrown and family, left Tuesday to Mr. John Walker, who has been visiting her brother, George F. 'spending several weeks In Jjinrnstcr, visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hrown near .Mr. Milton F.lliott of Frankfort, has returned to his home in II leaving Danville, for Louisville, Ins ticcn visiting the family of his Mississippi. Thursdry. and is now prepared to handle any cases Dr. W M. Klliott. brother. Misses Maymc end Lucilln fitnpp Mrs. K. L. Owsley entertained a It. M. Cioinrs and son, Harry, Mrs. and Josephine llurnsidc have returnthat may be referred to him. left Tuesilay for Oklahoma to visit ed from a weeks visit at King! Hotel few friends Monday evening with a picture show party in honor of Mrs. her mother and brother. In Crab Orchard. Ida Robinson. After the show reni J A Britf MiMian of th Comlnji In. Office over Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Misses Sallic and Mnttic l.utx and r C0M151 liyThoti Vt Arc Interested Mrs. J. A. Amon, Mrs. I.uln John freshments were served at Stonnes Mr. and Mrs. Webb Xelley and daugh- son, Mrs. W. A. Price and Miss Ilessip Drug Store. ters spent Sunday lii Irvine. (Gullcy left Tuesday for F.llxir Springs Mrr Buckncr Spindie und daughMr. Clay Kautlman is spending sevMiss Klirab. th Logan Simpson of for n weeks outing. ter, Marjoric, of Norfolk, Va., arriveral days in Covington on business. Lox,ngton, is the gutist of her grand Mr. William l'ilcher, of L.uisvlllo, ed last Tuesday night and will spend ' Misses Helen and Martha Gill were Tcnn., and other cities where she will Mrs, U. I). Simpson. sp.nt a few days In Lancaster before tho summer months with Mrs. Spin- in Lexington last Monday. Miss Carolyn Allen, of I.a Grange, mother, purchase goods for her dres making Mrs, Robert K. is the guest of Mls Charlie lilmort Mrs. Itella Arnold Francis has ,e-- 1 King to Irvine, Ky., where he will in- - dle's parents, Mr. and shop in this city of which she is u Mclioberts. from n visit to her aunt. Mrj. stall a pipe organ. Miss Elizabeth Collier, who lint, , Mr. I. C. James, of Harrodiburg, turned U. D. popular designer In this work. Edna ArnoM, at Orlando, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hrown, Mr. ami been visiting her nunt, Mrs. Mr. Jake Miller and children, of l.as been a nccnt visitor In LancasSimpson, has gone for a visit In Le-- j ter. Mr. Val Cool; left Sunday for At- Charleston West Vn have joined his Mrs. Robert Griggs and Mr. Frank ington before, returning to her home Rev, George Dunlcp of Arizona, is wife here for a visit to his parents, Hrown motored to Mt. Sterling Monwill attend the sumvisiting his sister, Mrr. Mnry jitnny, Mrs. Jack Casey is visiting her sis lanta where he day and spent part of the day, return- (in Miiid!cstiri. Mr. and Mrs. X. Miller. Technology. j in Lexington. He I expected for a ter, Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald In Dan-- 1 mer school of ing by North Middlctown, Paris and Mrs. Iturton Woodward ami little Lexington. Mrs. J. R. Mount was in Danville a I visit to Lancaster friends this week. .vide. Miss Lily Dale Grant, of Norfolk, few days this week, called there by Ho will be given a cordial welcome Mrs. Fisher Her- daughter, Elisabeth Cush, who have Mn. Knima Kauffman spent the Va.. is the guest of in Stanford been uiting relatives Mr. ns he is pleasantly remembeied as Miss Anna Katherinc Arnold, ac- the illness of her brother-in-law- , ring on Lexington avenue. week-en- d in Hustonvitle with Mrs. Inand Ir.don, are nt home. companied by Miss Mary Privee, of James Dunn, who Is critically ill at the first Profescor at old Franklin l.usk. stitute. It h.1.1 heen twentv-fiv- e Mr. nndMrs, Cirlton Klkin and Birmingham, Ala., arrived last Sat- the Danville, hospital. laughter, .'Irs. Siusnn Brian inJ 'years since Rev. Dunlap has been in Klliabeth l'ilchr, of Leuis-th- e daughter, Emily Ann. were week end j Dixie Lcuire, of Franklin Ky.. are urday and are pleasant guests of Mr. In Liberty last week. .Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tudor, Mrs. Lancaster. gu.Mt of Miss 1! ii run rot visitors and Mrs. James G. llurnsidc, on the v'lle is tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred SutIsabella Hamm, Mrs. Stella Roberts, (.'oolt Uichmond road. Mm Gertrude Wilkinson, cf SUn-- j ton, on the Lexington pike. Mr. and Mrs. William Sackctt, of Misses Madolinc Roberts and Ealise guest of Mrs. Louisville, announce the engagement Rev. C. I). Strnther, uif und little ford was the attractive Mrs. John Mount and handsome j Mrs. S. Hrown, Mr. and Mrs. J V. Million of Newby, Madison county, Jack Casey the past weeks end. to of their daughter, Kathryn M sun, are visiting his parent m son, John Mclioberts Jr., of Atlanta, Acey, f Stanford, visited Mrs Eliza were visitors recently of Mrs. R. L. Ashbrook Carroll Frank of New York The many ; Griggs nml Mrs. L. J. Sanford. Mr. J. II. Collier, of Fork Ridge, were guests for a few days last week; beth Hughes, Sunday. and Lexington. The wedding will week of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mount. friends of Mrs. Acey nre glad to know j Little Miss Elizabeth Coleman, of has been the guest for the past Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Puirphrey of itakc place Saturday, August '2, 191fi. she Is improving slowly from her reof Mr. and Mrs. U D. Simpson, Danville, is Kiting her aunt, Mrs. Ira Lexington Herald, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilder and two cent critical illness. Lancaster, in Iibvi been tlM pleas Hi'lticlaw. Miss Laura Dunn, who has been! little sons, of ilerea, motored to Lanant guests of Mr and Mri. Frank This interesting engagement is the Mrs. Bid Robinson and Mrs. Helen i'umphrey, on College Street for the J first of the late summer nuptials to Oulley, has caster, Sunday and were guests of Miss Francis ll.illuu of Stanford is visiting Miss Helen a few days in Vtst few days rctu'ned home Wed- appear on the social calendar and the to her home in Lexington. , Bryant arc spending their son, Mr. Clarence Wilder. the guest of Little Miss Ida Ilurntiiic Lexington before going to Columbus nesday. J groom Is well known in this city havSomerwf Commonwealth. this week. Miss Kathleen Walter is the guest Mississippi, where they will visit Mr. .Mrs. Itockwell Smith and daughters; ing made his home here a number of Miss Rebecca Williams left Wed- , years during the time his father wn: Dr. J, J. Ilyrnr, motoretl over from Judith and Charlotte, of Stanford, of Miss Ilissa Williams in Mt. Vernon, Robinson's daughter, Mrs, Robert E. llcfore her return home she will visit Henry and Mr. Henry. Danvillr, Monday evening for a few are guests of Mrs. Sauflcy Hughes. nesday for New York City, Memphis, . minister nt the Christian church. I Mrs T. K. Watson in Ely. Ky. Lorrs vVt. Mrs. Pauline underwood and Mns- Misses Dorothy Sprogue and Patsy j ter J ,T. Underwood Jr., of Parksvilla Mr. K. II. Wilkinson of Winchester Kmiiaird, of Middlesboro, have Join-- , spent Sunday with his wife and are isiting relatives in Ijancaster. cd Miss Harry Klnnnird for a visit to daughter here. Mrs. J. II. Mrs. Tom Slavln Kate anJ um.m Kinnau-d- . V ooils of latnt I.ick arc having n deBrown and Mr. and Mrs (ieortc Mrs. Homer Dickerron and inter lightful stay at Battle Creek Mich. hughlcr, Elsie, spent Sunday in son, Homer Jr., of New Vor.. fromVMiss Betti? Robinson, 'rub 'Trciwrii. Curds City, are visiting her aunt, Mrs. d of the High School, tell of an inter- M. Patterson, on Richmond street. Mr. J. R. Curd and Inmily haw esting vacation trip to Montreat N. C. been the guests of friends nt their Mlcs Abbiu Tcdd. Mary Pruit . former Rurgln home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg, and Loudclla and Mary Ellen Peace wore little son, of Mississippi, are guests of accompanied to Richmond Saturday .Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Miller of Cov- her parrnts, Mr. and Mrs. D. Gulley. by Mr. Moss Pruitt of Hamilton O. ington art the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller, this week. Mrs. George Hogart ami son and Master Vincent nnd Miss Elvcree ' D, Smith, of Richmond, are Arnold, of Birmingham, arc visiting! U if . WHJ '"nc",'',rcn!!r'njsnnir(BinrrssnriHB5s;n fjj' . sJIJMAsfJM ? Miss Dell Rice Hughes has return- Mrs. E. visiting their father, Mr. Jesse Doty. for the summer nt their grand-par- -. ed from n visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. ! ents, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs Burnslde. W. Acey in Stanford. ' Mrs. Sallie Hopper hruger, who I has been visiting her sister, .Miss Jane Mr Arthur Joseph, of Somerset, Jr9. Jennie Comely and daughter, I spent the week end, with his mother, Hopper, has returned to How ling Anna Miller, of Indianapolis, Indiana Green. arrived Sundny for a visit to Laucas- Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. orcli to fully appreciate the Canvas Shoe Bargains TO THE PUBLIC Dr. m. S. Hatfield Wire Fence, Paris Green, I i International Stock Food. Sander's Variety Store. I Equipment f Gossip About People ll' H IK The Perfected Six succtss Lexington has achieved in pt fictiiiK the dependable six cylinder tj pe of car, one innat take the wheel and ober c The smooth, silent .starting; the quick the ritthni'c flow and ebb of power, hiphly rpen-ivto your wish; the emergency brake, that operates wirh one finper; the complete confidence and reatfnlness one enjoys whether taking a hill on high or inchintj; through traffic. fcct-awa- y; Mis Minnie Johnson is at Lake Misses Mlttfv nml Mary Lee Dunn have been guest of their aunt, Mrs. Chnutaun.ua, N. V., taking a summer English course under Miss Margaret Ike Dunn In Loxington. Hackley. .Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pepples of Mrs. I.ula Johnson nnd ilaughter, Louisa, Ky, have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. I. C. King. Mr. Pepples Miss Florence, have returned from lias Just returned from France where a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Armp Elkin in Louisville. ho has been for the past year. tcr and Garrard relatives and friend' Mrs. Fannie Wulkcr has jone to Smithfielu to spend the summer witii tho families of her son, Mr. John Walker and of her daughter, Mrs. Cnllo-vnMr. nnd Mrs. R. L., Griggs and Mr. and Mrs. Holman Brown motored to Uoonesborough Sunday and spent u very pleasant day at that famous bathing beach. Miss Helena Licet, of Michigan In. I., Miss Jane Haseldcn nnj composed a Miss Eugenia Dunlap week end house party given by Mrr. B. F. Walter. mm1 Pll o mm mm Cit, JUDGE CARROLl j good car Mr. nnd Mrs. William Hrndslinw, r, Let us demonstrate thin remarkably it fa a tound investment. To Speak j Judge John Carroll for (he Democratic Nomination for Governor will address the citizens of Lancaster, Kentucky, D. can-clida- ce left Monday for their homo in Illinois, after a pleasant visit with Lancaster and Garrard friends) and relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Davis, inn. interesting little daughter, Josephine, of Chattanooga, Tcnn, arrived Sun-- , Mrs. day for n visit to her mother; Elizabeth Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Major Hamm and two sons, Curtis Burnam and Charles Heidel, of Richmond, visited his sis- -' ter and brother, Mr. nnd Mrr R. J s i Saturday. j Saturday, July 26th AT TWO P.M. Everybody Cordially Invited and Welcome Mrsi V. M. Boui)1, who !mi been! spending several weeks with hci'J uncle, Mr. Tom Wherritt and Mrs. Whcrritt, returned to her homo la New Orleans Wednesday. Mrs. Ida Gentry Robinson, Mrs. C. C. Cable and daughter, Margaret, who have been visiting relatives here tune gone for a visit to friends In Richmond before returning to MARION- - D. JOHNSON Ualngtea Motor Company ConnoravlUo, IncL; U.' S.' hi The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 24, 1919 POOR RIDGE. DEVELOPMENT OF DEERING AND DAIN Mowers HAY RAKES Dont worry with an old worn out machine and lose your crop. Call 49 by phone and we will deliver you one of our Improved Deering and Dain Mowers. HASELDEN BROS. ll ISL "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" IB Caleb Johnson bought n horse from Chester Morris for 1200. YOUNG Miss Ktta .Mnc Hi'l spent Sunday with Miss Haiol I'reston. It. It. Treston sold to Floyd Key. Mother's Milk Is Undoubtedly nohls four rnlves for $145. One of Best Available Feeds Mr. and Mrs. Dillanl Simpson and for Little Porkers. bnby spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kverctt Anderson Mr. nnd Mrs. John Shcrrow spent MEETS FAVOR Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wall.er SELF-FEEDE- R IJurdette. Mr, and Mrs. James Sunders spent Have Accei to Where Youngster Sunday with her parents, Mr. nnd Corn, Shorts, Middlings, Etc They Mrs. E. B. Ray. Can Be Weaned Without Mak. Pearl Matthew nnd Kisery Whit-tnVIng Radical Change In Diet. were the Kuests of Miss Hattlc (I'rtpurfd br the ttntled BUM Dapart-me- nt Simpson. Sunday. fif Agriculture.) Mr. nnd Mrs. I'reston Snyder are Jinny farmers wean plus at six to rejoicing over the arrival of n baby seven weeks of age, when the brood boy born the 19th. sows have n good How of milk nnd are capable of maintaining the young In Misses I.inda Kllcn and Jessie l'res- excellent condition and development I ton spent Saturday and Sunday with nt less expense nnd trouble than the I relatives nt Camp Nelson. young xrlers could otherwise be ' John Shcrrow, wife and children of handled. Their mother's milk Is one j Cincinnati spent the week end with of the best feeds available for grow. Ing plg, anil consequently It should .Mr. cvercii iiuncan ami lamuy. Ih- - used to the greatest extent possiMr and Mrs. I. II. Duncan nre re- ble. When the pigs nre from six to joicing1 over a baby hoy that arrived at their home the 1,1th, nnd has been seven weeks old the sow should be on full feed, unless for some extraordln christened Paul. nry renon the pigs should not be Mr. and Mrs. Luther Itancy nnd wrnued until the age of ten weeks Miss Klvuree nCrter spent Sunday and In such Instances It Is preferable with Mr. nnd Mrs, U. (I. Preston ami to allow I hem to run with I heir limit), to fourteen er until they are Miss Carrie Preston. week old. Where pigs are caned Mr. and Mrs. Kvnrett Duncan and too early serious results often attend, family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain n the abrupt change In the character and two little daughters spent Sun- of the ration innny limes creates seriday with Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Duncan. ous trouble. Self.Fceder Is Useful. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Whlttnker enterWhere youjg plg have access to tained a number of friends Sunday corn, shorts, middlings, tankage, or afternoon in honor of their son. fih meal, served to them cafeteria Squire T. Whlttnker, who has Just st)Ie In a seirfevder where they can from The ones cat It at their pleasure without being overseas. , disturbed by other bogs, the young' present were .Misses Valeria Whittak-erAnna llelle Crutchfield, Christine sters csn ho weniieil at the age of Preston and Florence Mullins, Messrs Squire T Whlttnker, Ualph and Jesse I'reston, Fred Simpson, Bradley I.ung nnd Sidney Aldridgr, Mr. and Mrs Kirby Tenter nnd children, Mr. anil Mrs .Caleb Johnson nnd Mrs. It. II I'reston and family. MOWER Pitless Scales, Lot 'of Iron Fence, cheap, Oliver Disk and smoothing Harrows, Cultipack-ers- , Riding and Walking Plows, Refrigerators, $10 and up, second hand oil stove cheap. Our prices are surprising on Brown wagons, second hand Malable stove, good as new. cheaD. Get our (prices on Cooks and Ranges. PIG CROP J. R. MOUNT The a & Deal House. Madison County. CO. MJCKKYE Mrs. Harrison Itny continue! very lele Mr. llurre and Mr. Cecil (Iulley of Kirhmond nnd Miss Anna Mne Whit-takof Kdenton were guests Sunday ill. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill Mere in of Miss llarbara (Iulley. Dnnvllle last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford and Is visiting family and Mr. mid Mrs. Dave Long Miss Ilarharn (iulley nnd family visiud Mr and Mrs Shear relatives in Madison. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Miles were in near NlchoUivillr, Nicholasville Monday. Mr. ami Mrs. Kdd Dniley, Mrs. Dnn Mrs. Tom McQueen nnd family vis- Kay nnd Mrs. Nannie Kay were In ited relatives ut Kirksville last week. llrodhvad last Wednesday to see Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kay n u) fain- Sallie Hicks who is very ill. tly visited Mrs. Kane' m luincaster, A series of meetings will begin at Tuesday. the Ilaptist Church on Mondny eveMr. nnd Mrs. Smith and family ning August 4th, conducted by Dr. ere guests of relatives in Madison Thompson of Georgetown Ky. county Sunday, Society The Womans Missloary Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtx anil met July 17, with 111 members presfamily of Mercer county spent a few ent. Next meeting August 14th. das with Mr. nnd Mrs. L F. Ilrowii, Subject "Japan" uith Miss Zulu CalMr. and Mrs. (leorge Kay and fam- ico as leader. ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. The prayer Meeting was conducted Forrest Curtis and family at last Wednesdiy eening by Prof. This subjirl "l.ove" Tomerlin. Mrs Nora Tenter, Misses Kthyl weeks subject will be "Paul's MissionKay ami Sallie I.ou Teater hate been ary Journey" with Mr Klbert Calico visitim; Mr a ml Mrs Jnsper Noel in as leader This week we have added F. A. CHITTUM, OIL EXPERT, Winchester, we how have Kentucky, to our BOARD and SEVENTEEN COUNTRY GENTLEMEN PLAY are DIRECTING Piga Getting Their Dinner at a r. Bred and Born Fighting for HONESTY and FAIR the Affaire of the Dreidnaught Oil and Refining Company DIRECTORS: Hen. Thed Cheatham, TaylorsTille. Ky. C. . Hoffman, Oil Producer, HU baton fl. Ind. H. I. Swain, Secretary Farmers' Ware Hon Co., Hmlthfleld. Ky Or. B. F. Shield. Taylorssllle. Ky. On. W. Kerr, Fanner, Flnchrllle. Ky. T. A. Price, Banker, SbeUiyillle, Ky. L. A. Thompson, Farmer. Taylorsvllle, Ky. Dr. W. W. Hyatt, Wtlllsburc. Ky. James Cotton, Farmer, Taylorsvllle, Ky. A. M. Hlnkle, farmer. Bloorancld. Ky. Dr. J. T. Tlchenor, Taylorat llle, Ky. V. H. Sanford, Fanner. Smlthneld. Ky. Ky. I. T. Holloway, Farmer, Tayloravllle, Ky. L. P. Wotherby, Rauker, Mlddletown. Levi Ruby, Farmer, Blnomfleld, Ky. John Colvln, Merchant, Wllllrliurg, Ky. F. A. Chlttum, Oil Kxpert, Winchester, Ky. OFFICERS Thad Cheatham, Pres. C. E. Hoffman. Vlce-l're- . H. E. Swain, Sec'y-TreaW. H. Haney, lleneral Counsel OIL IS MONEY. Oil Hof thelarge PAY Companlee PROPERLY DIVIOENDS. MAN-AQI- The DREADNA'JGHT Is And Always will be Properly Managed Because OUR OIRECTORS AND OFFICERS have Cutout ALL PROMOTION STOCK, Adopted ECONOMY ae the WATCHWORD And as IU POLICY To drill, drill, drill produce oil, ell, ell pay, pay, pay DIVIDENDS. And With These Officers and Directors vigorously carrying forward this POLICY the SUCCESS of the Company Is ASSURED. LEASE HOLDINGS IN KENTUCKY another to tut lmmedUt4) portxl flu wine btxr?la In .rt on. ftrik cvr in tn ImvitcU It acrrs Id men tn th Famous MOl'IaDCH on inn Allen Cuunty, Kruat Tout, Join tine th lie ltiM)d ry Mtch, and aurrvundrd on b I'UOlJlJC TIUX. In M.t. to S.OvO Ona well now drllllnjc, KMVIKiJ WK l.LH I'OOl In Warren Counl barrel wU Juki co nipleted In thla l'uut. two others irrrntly drilled, ulte r of In aeven hour, crewtinK th Krettet excitement houra, another too Ur rl V leas with In the heart of the A 60 barrel well In. at not her drill! nr. nnd tiianv (not tu follow on our lto)Uty til wm Atlen Count production, and unl) IH mile from the 11 c K)nulda IeiB. 2 Walla ready tu twteU by (lit pump ui our ITS acre Caitnel City Ieae, produtllon on three aideo. and btweii the faunoua "SO barrel Chiiii1 Cit' NumW One, nnd tilt bis Well Juat rrentl drilled In. belli about . ui nine ironi eacn or mew we are tlfunlntf out und tattiuK read, to put on th putnp one On our 409 acre. Cumberland I'uunl) In 4T1 avtea III le V 1)12 leaat--i In itdJltlili to theaa InimedUtv production tratta, wv have other alualil Wolfe, 14 aorea In Allen, HZ c ra In Knux, and l.bw acre In Cumberland and Adair Count). In ull S.tjui t.4iel 24 prtIiH liur wrl'a from lit tu Tu will aiart InuiiedlHtel4 nnd drill many walla lar acre no fubuluua ilailni. nor du w offer anv "(ltrlt.huukk" vi: lirmsa. ui tin inducement to buv our attack, but lut mm loon aa wa act our nrtwaUrtlon In marketable ehaue. we will alart itaklna a 'oiiervatf ve dUldend ateadlly until the )K1C1NAL(IIT Htuck la a permanent, pixtttable lnratmn lit. which we will lucre MN(1KI HV IMItKCTOItS WHO II VK INVKSTUU U.WtOOO OK orit COM1MNY IS AND KAt'll COMMCNIT K MOICK HACH IN STtM'K. WHKItK Wi: IlAVK A M'MHKIt IK UNTITI.KH hTOCKiiOUUKHH IMtOltiSITIO.N' To I'AUTV To A LMItKCTOU. M WHO IMS gt'AlelKY W Irnlte uii to Join ua In our Kteat iuulu.il under lakliiK to make, the liUKADNAL'tlllT ont of tha UAUUB JinT, tha moat I'lUI'KHUL'M and bent MANAUKH Compwn ever oreanlid We i mak at DIVIDENDS weeks vtlthnut twelve or fourtet-In rnaklns any vrry rndlral dally meals liy slinply allnlne thrlr n the srlf-srnlthem to system. If liest results are In he obtained, lu pigs must caln rontluuiius-l- y ami uniformly until Ihey are reaily s an TWs for market. abundance of feed as well as access durlnr the crarlni season to such valuable forage crops as alfalfa nn) red In where these awtlons clorer. Ipgmnltmus feeiU taiiiiut be produced, rye, oats, barley, coeas, rae, or nny other train or grass which will produce good forage In the locality titulil Hog like lie xrown for hog pasture. tu harrest their own feed. In addition to KettlhK the feed In the freshest possible condition, the young shouts also derlre benefit from the eierrle In rustling h part of their dally diet. Watch Pigs Closely. Is mhlwl to watch Every hog the spring pigs closely to nee that they are on their feed; that Is, that the anand cut imals have good apix-tlte- s their dally allowances of grain and gruks with relMi ami n ltllty. If a pis shows Indications of being "off feed" his owner shnuhl change the ration, using hurley In place of com and as mudi skim milk or buttermilk as is axnlhihle. He should also provide an uhuiidiince of pure, freh water for the pigs as well us plenty of shade during the hot sumnier months. Fremont from licit menu hog comfort. This can be obtained by the plentiful ue of crude or Mack nil upon the animals us well as In their quarters and wallows. Nutnral shade Is always the bent, but where this Is lint obtainable, temporary (.heller from the sunny smile of Old Sol may be oh M to which tulned by selling some crosspleces are iittndii il about .'I1,! to y 4 feet from the ground so that it roof of Hraw or grass may be provided for the protection of the hofcs. livestock buying with a knowledge of weight, price, the amount and quality of meat the live animals will yield. be done with expert skill end scientific Experienced men must know Bach manufacturing operation must precision. A highly perishable product must be handled with speed and care to avoid loss. Chemists, engineers, accountants, and other specialists are required to take care of our intricate problems. be used in getting stocks of goods into Alert wisdom 'and judgment must rler the open channels of demand through our four hundred branch houses. Branch house organizations must show activity and energy to sell at the market in the face of acute competition from other large packers, and hundreds of small ones. per pound with costs at minimum. How can the workings of this deli cate human mechanism be improved upon? Do you believe thut Government direction would add to our efficiency or improve the service rendered the producer and consumer? Let ut tend you Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111, All these requirements of intelligence, loyalty, devotion to the task, arc met in the personnel of Swift & Company. Yet the profit is only a fraction of a cent DREADNAUGHT OIL AND REFINING CO. Stf INTER. SOUTHERN BLDQ.. KENTUCKY, LOUISVILLE, I HENS FOR SMALL BACK YARDS TIME TO BUY BEFORE THE INCREASE TO 71, CENTS OR MORE. ties h.r.by purch... GENTLEMEN! Ihirtl of th. C.Dlt.l &tack of th. DREAD. NAUQHT OIL AND REFININO COMPANY. Incorpor.t.a. fully Dald. Caoltallia. 11,000,000.00. PAR VALUE 10c PER SHARE. Encloftd PI..I. fine t In FULL (OR PART) payment at the rate of c par (hare. non......bl.. Birds Should Be Avoided as Their plumage Shows Dirt Too Readily. (Prepared by the United mates Depart-- ) Inent of Agriculture.) In choosing pulleta for Mnnll buck and white yards very bird should be ntoldeil as their plum-age shows dirt too reudlly. Where Hit' mill of the yard Is clayey, pulleta with I feathers on the legs and thoso wltb more than four loea on each fool should be rejected. Swift & Company, U.S. A. r what Bf com j or (l AVIRAC NAME .,, PARTIAL PAYMENT PLAN! Balance duo on all Inatallmont OCCUPATION ' ADDRESS payment. and ateck Liu. J. On th Send 1,5 ef tha amount, balance In four aqual monthly paymanta will ba accipiad atttr PRICE IS ADVANCED, DREADNAUOHT . I snows' I tSK: 1. I.ATKIt. B , Inlar.Southtrn OIL AND REFININO CO.. Bldg , Loul. villa, Ky. I fSWIFT reiivrn & COMPANY IT WOOOCH AiTElt OIVINO T11I8 TO T1IK I'ltKUti. COUNTT WXI.I. HAS COHK IN I'.OOI); IIKIHjVt Ml'Olt tvo roa lttNT VIitANIMAL II II. M CIMTI ro H0 thc HV TK!.KlltAM HTH THK WIU. KKltlKT Beit eggs for Market lens that do not run with the roo ter will produce Infertile egis whlcl keep best and. market best LAM 1.04 CtNTI BCMAWI wi in ratm Complete stock 9 BAILING WIRE 1- -2 x 15 only $1.75 per bundle. Phone us your order. Wagons 2 4 Complete 3 inch Complete 3-- Mowers $1 15.00. Wire Fence to-da- y. Old Hickory and Weber. Get that Mowing Machine Our price only $120.00. Weber $5.00 Higher. Our stock is going fast and can't be put back for this price. Better get yours while getting is good. Delivered To Your Station. $75.00 4 foot No. 10 Top only 4 foot No. 9 Top, only 4 foot all No. 9, only , 40 cts. 55 cts. 80 cts. Delivered to your Station. Get your order in now as prices will be HIGHER. Friends it may sound like a fish tale when we say higher prices, but just as certain as we live today practically all commodities for fall will be decidedly higher. A word to the wise now. Take the tip from us and get your requirements early. No chance to lose. ROOFING I CEMENT NOW IN STOCK Onlv 80 cents ,,Lr Host FLOUR Patent Flour made. PIANOS Kington Player Piano READYTOWEAR We especially invite you to see our La(lies aml our WHY PAY MORE Sugar Lenox Soap Galv. Tubs 85c and Wire Fence Market Daily Advancing. Oct Our Prices llufoio you Huy. U(I0 5 cts 1.00. ! ! ; ! j ! ! i ! ! Galvanized 28 un. -- $5.50 Going Higher, don't wait a single day for you may lose. Phone or write us todav 1)0 lb. Bed Slate only $2.75 per square. bur Holly Varden only $1.50 Cnt be beat and we stand njs onjv $.j 0n Keg. behind every one of 'em. men's Department. Shoes, Clothing, I per bag. Special during July only Better come at once and see for yourself. $475.00, on easy terms. Liberal Discount for Cash, j 40 and 55c. Get our prices on Hnngers, Track Guttcrinc Hinires etc. Dresses, Hats, Heavy Barbed Wire $5.00 etc. Everything and our Wheat Shorts Ground Barley $3.00 S.'io. mm BEREA, KENTUCKY. BRADSIIAW MILL. prices are more than right. DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." Use the Phone and "Save the Difference. BEREA, KENTUCKY. wrong to Spread cease. Optimistic Thought. I lie table mid conteutlsti wll Dally Thought. McCullcy. Miss Cora Hurt, who is teaching at Mrs Charlie Yater were Sunday I.Vup nil, tru-- t a fen, d the Walker School house spent the Mr. und Mrs. Mat Folger havu re- guesU of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Yutci. none. Shakespeare. week end at home. S. X. Hlnkcman sold to Mr. Kufas turned to their home In Somenet Mrs. Francis Crouihorn of Blakcmnn two calves for f SO. Sunday is "Decoration Day" at Mt has returned home after a after a two weeks visit with Mr nnd Everybody come anil bring visit to her daughter Mrs. John Yater. Tubor. Miss Charlotte Asbill of White Hull Mrs. Walter Fain. is visiting Miss Linda Sanders. Mioses Ollie and Fannie Mcridu, a bunch of flowers. Mr. Jniper Matthews and Mil Quite n number from this place at- Kthyl McCullcy both of this place Mollie Barnes and Luclle Turner Mrs. R. L. Hiii and little son are tended preaching at Gllcad Sunday. orovc to Nicholnsville Tuesday and were visitors Sunday of Miss Lizzie I the guests of her parents, Mr. and Ik ley. v ere quietly married. Mrs. W. O. Anderson. Miss Ionn II. Dunn of Mrs. James Yantis and sons, Ceo. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bertrnnd Brown were spent the week end with Miss Irene Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Da I Icy and Bradshaw. on, Harrison Lillanl, spent Saturday and Herschel, were guests of friends the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. W. Monday J White Thursday night. Miss Fannie Aibill of White Hall Dnvis and attended the show at Lnn-nig- und relatives in Danville ' with Mr. nnd Mrs. Hunter night and Tuesday. li spending n few days with Miss Mr. A. V. Huylcr has returned to Mr. und Mrs. Hobart Smith and Mr I.lndn Sunders. i astir Saturday night. York after several weeks visit Robert Stuart, of Woodford county, New .Mr. and Mrs. James I'rewitt and Woods Walker. with Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. f pint the week-en- d family were vititors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. R. C. Goldsmith and wife and John Smith unci family. Carl Baker recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. James K. Wurd have baby of Paris were with Miss Kate Miss Kannie Aibill ami Miss Linda Mrs. Ben Smith is the guest of Mrs. returned to their home in Abalcne, Ely and mother this week. Sanders were nftcrnoon guests of Texas, after n pleasant visit tn Mr. John Blnck. Misses Hulda Shorrman nnd VirMils Hazel Moore Kndny. relginia Storey of Ashland were weel: Miis Cnrrie Yater Is the guest of ami Mr. Milton Wnri! end ilher Mlis Ada Ilich. our teacher at this atives here. end guests of Miss Ethyl Estridge. place is spending the week end with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Yater. Mr. nnd Mrs. Z. T. Kicc and chilMiss Bessie Peel and Mr. John home folks at her Miss Daily Keynolds c.f Hcdgcvllle dren of Richmond spent Sunday with Friday after were married Mrs. Henry Mrs. Is vlaiting her sister, is Carrie Davidson, returning home noon by Rev. C. S. Ellis at his home, j Tuttle. WOLF TRAIL. in the ufterncon accompanied by Mrs Miss Orie Craig and ncices Lucille I Mrs. John Black und son, J. B. Davidson, who will be their guest for Mr. John Pulley was in Nicholas-vill- e spent Wednesday with Mrs. and Orie Nell Sullivan of Corbln Boyd several days. Monday. were recent guests of Mrs J. F. Foley. Turner. Miss Flora Price visited Mrs. James Mr. O. L. Hammock who is in the Mr. John Broaddus Sr., spent a PAINT LICK Lund last week Marines spent u few days in this portion of last week with his parents community the guest of O. I. Ham-muc- k Mrs. Jesse Casey und children wcra in Madison Mrs. Millard Ledford was in KingsvNiting relatives Saturday. and others. Buscom I' clphrey and Miss ton Sunday. Mrs. Tcutcr was with Mrs. Nelle were guests Sunday of Mrs. Mrs. AH.-Miss Sadie Ralston entertained the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward visited following Sunday: Misses Marie and Harrison Kay Sunday night. Tom Turner. l.er perents Sunday, Messrs Williom Ledford, Buelah Miis Myrtle Teater was the gueit Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Yater spent Miss Lucy Ward of Louisville is the Ralston, Will Joe Mason and Mr. and Sunday of Miss Ilert Dnlley. Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. guest of Mrs. M. L. Noe. Mrs. John Anderson. Mrs. James Land und children Bcyd Turner. spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Miss Geneva Logsdon is visiting ! Miss Elizabeth Walker hus returneu Mr. W. II. Sowders and sons Caleb her grand-parent- s Powell llniley. in Brassfleld. from u visit with friends and relaund F.d, spent Suturday with Mr. and Mt. Carmel Illinois and was Mr. Moio Buy and son Joo wero Mrs. James Ledford and children tives at Mrs. John Smith. Gertrude accompanied by Misses In Brodhcad Saturday and Sunday nrc visiting relatives in Berca, Wallace nnd Mary Esther Schneck for Mrs. Joe Turner nnd little son, with relatives. Mr. P. D. Foley and family are vis u visit with Miss Mary Mae Walker. Mill Marie Ballard returned homo Virgil of Boyle, arc visitors of Mr. iting relatives In Harlan county. Thursday after u fow days visit with and Mrs. J. I'. Foley. Grace and Emma Hall entertained Miss Stella Hammuck has been the in honor of their cousins, Georgia and Mi Jessie II. Kay. Mrs.. Whllo canning black-berriMrs. Charlie Crow of Buckeye is J. L. Yantls had the misfortune to guest of Miss Jessie Mae Hammock. Mary Catherine Buck Friday after-pooQuite a number of their little Iiero with her parents, Mr. and Mr. scald her left hand badly. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess visited were present and games were Frank Lund who is seriously IK. Mrs. A. M. (iirdler of Somerset is Mr. and Mrs. Ben Spurlock Sunday. friends played and nil seemed to have a line Mr. nnd Mn. Klljah McMlllirn und expected Friday for a visit to her sisMrs. C. B. Smith of Smith Ky, was time. son. Holmun ipent the duy Sunday ter, Mrs. James L. Yuntis. a recent visitor of his neice, Mrs. Lee with Mr. und Mrs. George Gillian. Miss Kate Ely and mother had as Ledford. Mines Lida, Jean and Anna Mae their visitors this week: Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stotts und Broaddus were visitors Sunday of Mrs. John Baughman of Danville Vivian and Catherine, Mr. and Mrs. duughter, Miss Eunice, spent the Misses Maud and Fannlo Smith. was the guest of Mrs. Woods Walker J. S. Wallingford and two daughters, week end with Mrs. Mose Kay and Mr. and Mrs Robert Ward and chil- this week. J, S. Boysby and three sons, William, children. dren wero recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon has returned to her Clifford and Stanley, Mrs. Ada Ely, Mrs. Joe Kay ami children and Mrs Millard Lcdford of Taint Lick. home In Lexington after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe James all of Paris, Clarence McCulley and littlo son Mrs. Miss Willena Daelrals of Owenton. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Yuter, Mr and Mrs. Kldridge. pent the day Friday with Mrs. Joiioh STOP AND GUY. THINK It better to buy a policy from the Jefferson Standard Life then wish you had. Why do we say that?. - Because we know we have the policy contract that will make a happy home for all. If you have never seen our NEW BENEFIT CONTRACT, SPECIAL don't wait but see me at once. Give it a why we test and realize for your-sel- f have made such a Success. We solicit your business, J. N. BROWN SUPERVISOR. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. IHHilHHMkHMHM 2- - The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 24 1919. OFFICERS FOR PRIM ARY , And Special Election to Be Held August 2nd. . ppco-.tc- BIG CORN CONTEST , NQW ORGANIZED Sixty-Fiv- e After you eat always take FATONIC Instantly relieves HMrtbara, Stops food aourlng, repeating, and all stomach miseries. Counties in Indiana Have Been Enrolled. Garrard County Invited TO toMw, YaawUfM. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. Orlcln of Blackguards. The minimi! ril " nr mnri' pr. i. .It "black mnnl," wnIMl or ii wnotc niKiv iir inn rmop returner" nf irniy In Hit field during tlic warn r (li nilddlii tiRP. Jinny of them liiMl to (In ullli fond iiml nokliis. und m lny trati-lii- l tvlili their ki pnn MM oilier I. In hen littMiIK nnil n, ine eotrr. In unli while An the mutch Win n dllliciilt mutter. It l ny to ho nppllcnhlc the term lieciime to llio-They were- n dirty lot mid mint iif them thorough rullliiin. w View From High Point:. A' mountain station, where one la Dhow the greater part of the tower, dui laden layers uf the almophcrc, more lar are visible thtm tit m- -i ! ti ;. Some recent laWrMitlons ui Mt. WU.011 Iir Van der Itllt show Unit tl ' limit of unniilnl llon there, with t.Hit ten tlic aid of screen-- : to !j"' off, the light of the iky. Is at , I '.out the seventh magnitude that Is. ilij; fahitt"t star" Hint can he seen on the mountain are two and one-hnlulu- - brighter in it can be seen nt sea let el. Ten Tlic following persons hnve liven to im'e as ctTicers fnt GnrrnrJ county nt tlic primary nntl Demonstration to Shatv Each Ccmrriun-Il- y How Proper MetheJa ef Plant-Inspecial election to be held In every Cultivation, Etc., Increase precinct in tlic county Sr.turdny, Yield ef Crop. Augus. 2ml. (Prepared by ihi United states Depart PRIMI?Y OKriCERS ment of Agriculture.) Tlie first names ore to be the KWty-flvIndian counties have orJudges; the clerk and sheriff in (he ganized for the thp-nrrorder named; contest, the blggot event of the kind COURT IIOUSK John M. rarra, held .y uny state, and Indication are ' Wesley Bourne, H. V. Bnstln nn.l for the largest enrollment ever nh- -; campaign has "'Weil. A state-wid- e Clcve llourne. " "' Lent Teater, W. L. I iW- - il nd tlnV rwtaiirt EAST l'AKK '..V. m.i.ir l.nwscn, K. 1. Creech, A. B. Brown, ...... This contest Is eon. t,..nrr tn,ln Jr.. ducted each year hy the Indiana Com Meadows, I Onuvem' iixocliitlon, working In co WEST PARK J. M Ashby Arnold, J. R. Mount, John operation witn runiue unltcrslty mid the county agents, Williams. The tsintest thl year Is arranged V.'hSU lIRr AN'TSVII.LE Taylor n lo as u dcmotcttriitlou In idiotr each W, Henry Ruble, I). M. Liiy, Mark rouununlty how proper methods of planting, cultivation, fertilizing and Jennings. e the jleld. The Virgil other factors Inere-isI'JtYANTSVILI.i: EART only requirements for entrance to the Charlie Dean, Walter Davis, Stott, eontet nrc that the contestant join the to ' H WEBERS FAMOUS FAMOUS af ATM Jl ff-- fl 1 "I -- M -- V aT V Micks. July 29, 30, 31, and August 1st PRIZE BAN0 OF FAIR METROPOLITAN Lee Brown, BUCKEYE Steve Hill, Newt Craw, John Setvell. I WALKER SCHOOL HOUHE Sam Prather, John Sebastian, Forest Ross, Alex Lawton. I'AINT LICK S. T. Davis. Robert Bcain, II. H. Ledford. Tom Rocers. UNION' J. II. McQueary. J. BurnsiJe, Joe Hammond, Jack Edwards. . . I SPECIAL ELECTION. To Clrtn Brj:s Castings. COURT HOUSE It. II. Batson, m.iv be rleniieil In a moment b dlpn'.ig them Into a "lit T. M. Arnold. I. J. Holticlaw, W. R. I tiou of three pari- oilphurl arid to Cook. thru. kh nitric Mild, to which EAST PARK S. T. Sanders, '.V. , lifter they lin-- e Iwii uiKeil In added II. Broun, L. 0. Davidson, C. F. .11 ltl:irf of riiKI'llott Milt, the tthole Moore. ' I't'liis Mlrr il mult salr ha been WEST PARK J. W. Svteenc, J. il' imiIvii1. hi an pi. teed i' r T. Hicks, J. W. Sanders, G. C. Walker arlhenv .ir t Hi" In.:-- . I'nss WEST BRYA.VTSVILLE W. J. ean ho il''';i" I h 11. re:. mil IimiiiimII-- i ritelv ifiiO r' 'e:ir liter The Broadduj. W, 11. Cunnincham, (!. A. new I Bowlinj: L. H. Brown. ,c!isllnt'' 1" : its litis ! by tliN in BRYANTSVILl.I-Le- wis ui ihere Is I. tile tmu EAST .Me lim-ifn- !. Murphy, J. H. Iiallard, W. T. Orotv, ' II. U Barker. Corn Field, Free ol BUCKEYE Elbert Calico, J. M. AAAaMAAaUAAaMi Weedc Feod, Not Waste, Produced Amorl, E. Ii. Ray, R. A. Casey. ' on This Land. I WALKERS SCHOOL HOUSE Frank Foley, Sim Wheeler, U. 0. cornKroweri niK-lutloand uree tc Rains, N. W Rogers. keen a record of the coit of production PAINT LICK E. L. Woods, C. B. of the crop on one of hi tleids from plot Ii Ijter i- which the flie-acr- e Ledford, T. R. Slavin, J. D. Wynn. UNION Charlie firaves. E. L. lected. The association will elte n hroure Hammack, John Merrimnn, E. B. I medal In eaih thTnen prnilllrlu- - To to Scott. .S. buxhels of iurn to the ai re, "liver I medal to 1hoA prodm'tntf s"i to UlC 18h AMERICA Fine Grounds, Large Amphitheatre, Shady Park, Pure Ice Water. SHOWS THE GREATEST CARNIVAL OF AMERICA. This great aggregation comprises Fifteen of the Best Shows on the Continent and carries two splendid Bands. FIRST DAY, JULY 29th. Floral Hall Exhibits, Baby Show, Polled Angus, Short Horn, and HerePonies, Hogs, ford Cattle, Shetland Horses, Roadster. THIRD DAY JULY 31st. Sheep. Mules, Roadster Walking Ring:, Harness Horses. Rings, SECOND DAY, JULY 30th. Dairy Cattle, Jacks, Jennets, Poultry of all Kinds, Plantation Rings, Horses, Harness Horses, Roadsters. FOURTH DAY AUGUST 1st. Draft Horses, Five (iaited Saddle Horses, Harness Horses, Fancy Turnouts, Championship Rings, Roadsters. Dr; I J. W. WEBER Call for Catalogue at the office of The CENTRAL RECORD. Dinner served on the ground and at Graham Springs Hotel, adjoining the ground. CLELL COLEMAN, Secretary Egg Saver. CHIROPODIST Garrard Circuit Court, FOOT OOCTOR O.lice Gllclier Hotel, Danville, Kentucky. (!eo. Urcaiiilus' Ad.u'r, ct al, Pllfs, VS NOTICE. Ono. Broiulilus' Mrs and Cleditors, Defendants, Notice is hereby siven that the un- dtrritrned will sit in his office in Lan-- I caster Ky.. on I I AUGUST 8th. umo, I beKinninir at !) o'clock A. M to re-- 1 ceive and hear proof on claims J acninst the estate of Ceorce Broad- -' dit. , deceased. All persons having ' claims cpnlnst the said estate will rile the same properly verified to law before said date. W. K. BROWN, M. C. t. C, C. 2t-2- t. r GUARANTEED By one of the largest manufacturing companies in the world. NO EXPERIMENT AIR COOLED ONE PLACE TO OIL RUNS ON KEROSENE Push the button and have a safe clean light. No matches to use. More than 75,000 satisfied users. More than 3,600 satisfied users in Kentucky. For Quality and Service Buy 5 a ft terns.'" "ASK OUR USERS" i Jitwtja vii aiiQuat tot uui ,iitiiif. will ciuvuiiv: to $95 on the Delco-LigPlants ?o0.00 and ?30.00 on Delco Light Water Sys- v A mm umj i.rvi,t.4"I al.,m w fc. ht S I J W. S. eSWftTHE,RS Local Representative. I Ja " i.icetintr hi" " MT. HEBRON Mr. Houston Scott and son .Spencer ty iiImi offer a minimum prlie of fJ-- l Don't blame the hen If you liaten't Mrs. Lewis Murphy is ill at this of New Kichmond Ohio runic Thursor Its roulrnleiit In prize to he dt vided In the iniiuly, 71) per cent day for a visit with relatives here and etrtrs this winter. writinir. given 011 the basts of yield and itC .STORM KS' DKUb StOKK, ,Mi. K. W Montgomery remains in Jestamine county. per cent on the bal of cost of pro "Vou Must he Satisfied." on the sick int. Dr. Thompson of Georgetown deduction. Mr. James Harduick remains in a livered three excellent sermons hero Saturday and Sunday in the absence tritical condition. ton S.MF. Thitty he.t.l of Duroc ADHERE TO FEED STANDARDS I). K. Sebastian. Mr. Joseph Hicks who has been III I of the nastnr. Itev. males and irilts; rricistered and cholwho is in a meetini; nt Gileud, is able to be out. era immune. Weight about 100 lbs, Necessary That Fetdr Exercise Goot ' Mr. Hamlet Jennings and family ! .Mr. ami Mr. John Osborne ami prico .10 cents n pound. Judgment" and Intelligent Orion Cherneice and nephew of Jessamine were were in Nicholasvlllc Monday. Observation. ry Klnir anil Kinir of Colonel's breed-Inthe quests of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm I'le-ifcnll for stock previously .Mrs. I'eachie Grow spent lust week I Osborne Saturday and Sunday. (Prepared by the United mates engaged. with her aunt Mrs. K. V. Scott. llurdette linmaey, uf Aariculturs.) fs.. l.sl. t. M..a... .It. l'aint Uck Ky V"""' Good Judituent and Intel Kthvl May the baby of Mr and Mrs the Sunny-sid- e lit ub school on servatlou on the. part of the feeder un 1). C. Montgomery is quite sick. ,va .wth uecinmiry In Ihe iipplltation of feed Mr. Kerry Ilruner or Jessumine of ,uclil.ye u tc.lchjni. the ln Htamlard. as tlie calciilalton o' wus in this vicinity lust Thursday. Hourne school. llids will be received on Monday, titioii)lcal rat loria I not merely July JMh. for the building ut the matter nt applleil inatlietiiatlrs. Tin Mr. Thos Hicks delivered to Mr. us recant the feed Henry lluble soniecattle at l- local eoiHlItlon colored school house at lluck-- yj els and lug Kluff which can be urowti inn per pound. the colored school on lloune's '"leek. ecouoialcally, uml tin nurrhaned Classified Column $ I'lnns and Uleem, :lllimt run lu ....I Mr. and Mrs. Grow bought of Mr. j value of the product, will hate umcl 5 I ten from Miss Jei nie Higgins, to do lu determllilnir how cloeiy tin I). C. MontKoinery soms corn at $10 jx (".,1111'v Itnnnt r.r "I l II..,. ' x feetler can afford to adhere to tin per barrel. RATESi Htnndard. Hut hucIi slinuliinls or for Mrs. Smith uf Danville I Mr. and lltuluH, Use-- 1 In (oiini'Clloii with the have moved in the house Single Insertions Ic a word with his I V of his nnlriMlH ant brother ut llourne. feeder's No ud taken for less than 20c the markets, are tery imil havt Mr. J. It. Haseldeu and wife of in this column. No ads in this Alfalfu l.iml in Mississippi und Kcrvcil n i,iid iurHise In luiprorlm hero Alabama, below will give you an idea in llo'li Iincaitcr attended services the practice of fccillns. It column churged. Saturday aftrnoon . how it sells. Uemembcr I have farms nbue that chief duuk'cr lies. "Seven insertions for the of any size or price. Mrs. Kd Itendrirkson of Orthurd price of live. A MISSISSIPPI FARM. BEST SELECTION OF PULLETS Grove spent Thursday with her grand l'lionu orders must he paid Farm W IT.f I 7r.fi ....... nun mother, Mrs. K. K. Scott. promptly. ucrea good alfalfa soil In the' best 1 Buyers Should Choose Fowls of Same Mr. Tlnir...s li cks sud thu fnr.ii of x Breed and Variety as Shown ;!.! Hires wliert- he now resides to Mr. tot it it a u w x'x a x a a a kw k of the pranie section, halunec good soil, (I'OST OAK) that will gruw by Slie and Color. Hnrriic.li I'cui price $7500. I'ony hurncsj und pheatou for sale i anything except alfalfa, 200 acres in meeting ut Mt. He At a business (Prepared by In Unllrd Htats Departcneap, run nr. j. a. Anion. wood and pasture with creek running bron Saturday afternoon the church ment of .Acrlculture ) through it. Good tenant houses und us His,lhle the liil.MT should voted to install u light plant, As far Little white rut dog. Tag encing, 12 LOST: miles from Columbus and select pullets of the same lim'il and Mrs. Klgln Moritgomry and baby, No, :I2I. Reward if returned to on rock road, near school und store , variety a shown by the size, color ot Kilts Mae, spent u part of lust week J. W. Gulley.jlt. ' Il Price $52.50 per acre. Write for plumage, and form uf comb. It Is not Uryuntsville. price list. advisable, however, for one who keeps with her parents near About 30 barrels of flee PGR SAI.Ki Mrs. Underwood and baby of Jes only n MUttll thick to supply rfi; for It. JOHNSON, good old corn. Ileo Pendleton. lt-pmil funn- samine spent last week with her the fumlly table to select for Science Hill, Ky ily in riniili or color If lo do mi lends brother, Mr. Hamlut Jennings uml PGR SAI.i:: K good U. S. Army to markid lneiUiillty In size. family, Tent Plies, 12x10, at $20.00 each. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker und Ky W. M. Coruett, FEED YOUNG PIGS PROPERLY sons, of I'oor Ridge were guests of V. boy An experienced WANTEDi Montgomery, Mr, und Mrs. P. Trough Should Be Constructed So Sunday. to work In Confectionery, none out That Each Llttl Porker Ceta Mr. Murl llurdette of Buena Vistu hustler need apply. Call un Samuel If you want your His Full Share. Uincaiter, Ky, wus the week end guest uf his cous- Cotton, and Walker Montins Mersrs Hubert (Prepared by the Unllsd FARM SOLD AT J, M. Metcalf, Kurveyer, 25 years gomery. ment of Asrlculturs ) experience. Illuc prints furnished. should be given their Youns lilts Grow and All culls answered promptly. Mr. and Mrs. W, l Phone A GOOD PRICE feed in such n wanner that cuth daughter, I.ucy, were with her moth- 185, Stanford, Ky. plx gets Its rhure. The simSee or call. er, Mrs. Klizubeth Itogers at Danville plest way to accomplish this Is to al. PUR SAI.K: Aioul 300 bushels low the pigs lo eat from a. properly Sunday. S. A. WALKER. Mj!r trough, one that will Mis. W. N. Grow of Hour of nice Illue Grass seed at $2.25 per Mr. und construtrd feed WiktteU Wilbr Rtthy Co. keep Hie plrs out of the feed and illdge spent Saturday with Mr. and bushe. W, M. Cornett. KY. LANCAHTCH. will lessen the possibility of .Ml- -. Kd tirow und attended tlmicli u ' l'x,""' " ' ,,"'""7"" Bids Wanted For Sale. UUOK tut.lvi.ji.