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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 31, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919073101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 31, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3 CAPT. OSBORNE To Speak Here Soon. I'apt A. E. V, Osborne, late of the East India Army, will speak in l.an-.-:itin the nejr future, possibly i.. xt Monday or Tuesday night. Cr.pt Osborne has seen wonderful si i Vict tluring tho past flee years being' in Mesopotamia tluring the eigc jf nnd also served under Gen. Allenhy in Palestine n company commander of native troop. tAc During the past six nonth Captain tins hesn lecturing in the Interest of the Methodist Centenary in the state of Kentucky and also lectured at the Methodist Centenary celebration at Columbus Ohio. 1 SECTION 1 THIRTIETH TEAR . 1919. NUMBER II. "DOUBLE-HEADE- R" Buckeye Revival. erie of revival service will beon gin nt Buckeye Baptist church Sunday night, August .Ird. Itev. J. W. Thompson, Th. I)., pro-fcs'of Theology nt Georgetown litCollege, will do the preaching, is one of our greatest gopel preachers. A cordial welcome is extended to tilt who will attend. We especially desire the cooperation and presence of every member. We expect great things from the Lord. l'astor, I). !'. Sebastian. A Draws Big Crowd To Court House Last Monday. JUDGE HARDIN AND GOVERNOR II LACK LEXINGTON CARROLL PLEDGES Danville's New ATTORNEY "House-cleaningIce Cream Parlor. " In On another page in this issue we arc carrying an advertisement of Back After Aviation Frankfort. Park' Ice Cream Parlors, which has Just opened for business in Danville Service. SPOKE HERE LAST SATURDAY. Robert E. Lee Murphy In Discharged Convslps-cen- SPEAK. Aftsr Two Months t Hospitel. Hubert E. Lee Murphy, an attorney County and member of the liar Association, who was an aviator tluring the wnr, returned home late Sunday night after having received his discharge in New York last Thursday. Lieutenant Murphy saw service in France for more than six month anil was a member of the legal department of the peace commission in I'ari after the signing of the armistice. Lieutenant Murphy entered the first officers' training camp at Fort Ilenjamin Harrison early in 1917 ami was selected as one of twenty-fiv- e men to be trained in .aviation by the English Koyal Air Service in Canatla. After several mont In Cannda he was sent to Texas und then to until the First American lam!, where he (lew with English He was sent army was organized. to the front and was a pilot of both a Spad scouting plane anil a bombing plane until the signing of the armistice. When hostilities censed Lieutenant Murphy was sent to I'aris as a meni-- I her of the legal department of the Americnn Peace Commission, remain-- I incr there until the work of the de-- i partment was completed. He returned to the States in April ami was sent to the Aviation Convalescent Hospital at Coopcrstowii. N. J., for two and a half months, as he was injured when his machine was put out of commission while 13,000 feet above the German lines during the Argonne drive. Lieutenant Murphy was discharged the first of the month nnd went to Toledo to see the Willard-Dempse- y fight. Lexington Herald. Mr. Murphy is well known in Lancaster and Garrard county, being a on of Mrs. Lydia Murphy, who mov-e- d from this county to Lexington many several years ago. He ha friends here who will he glad to learn that he returnetl safely, after his valiant service at the front. Ilolh ReceWe Ovations. The auditorium of the court houe Monday was packed to lt door last of afternoon to hear the speeches Judge Churlcr. A. Hardin, candidate Dis-tri- Two More Farm Sales. Sellinn a farm in Garrard county is like shooting Inn in n tub, It seem so easy, as buyeri are nnxiout to their money in Oirrnrd county land. The farm sold publicly but week by Ilrown, Mr. Russell hrui:h the Ilealty Company, was Thoma Itnnkln fur by .Mr. Charlie $2M.10 an acre. It contained fifty-on- e acres and is admirably located. The Klley Ison farm, sold through mnnager of Mr. Joe S. Haselden, th t'nlted Itenlty Company, was purchased last Tuesday by Mr. J. I, Haman acre. This ilton for J2I.1.00 acres In its boundary. farm has for Congress from the Eighth and Governor Jame I. Black, candidate for the democratic nomination for Governor, to lie voted at the primary next Saturday. Judge Hardin was introduced by Mr. J. l llobinon. who spoke for nhout fifteen minute., hi introduc tlon being heartily applauded. After a beautiful tribute to the citlienhii of Garrard County, Judge Hardin entered Into hi speech by to Home of the criticism of his opponent. Hon. King Swope. He snia that Mr Swope wn censuring him replied fur holding olTice too long, but that when hi long record in otlice being criticised, the constituency critiof the district wus alo belrns cised, for he held the office only at seen the liandu of hi friends v. ho had fit to elect him. He itated that he had itarted at had the bottom of the ladder and worked himself up to his present position, something that his opponent was unable to say, for be thought that Mr. Swope imagined be could fame by a "hop. skip and n jump" arising to the honored portion of Consrevman by a uncle leap. He defended hi' pitrlotic record, said that Mr. Swope bad assailed, andshow-tha- t that his bank account would he had ipeit more money in helping to stamp out the cruel war than all the Swope family put Meeting Dates Changed The tlay of meeting of the director of the Tobacco Warehouse has been changed from Saturday afternoon to Wednesday afternoon of each week. The hour of the meet-ii- ii is four o'clock. Miraculous Escape. While returning from Nlcholasville last Sunday afternoon, in a Ford touring car, Mr. Claude Prcwitt anil Nathan I'rultt, of llrynntsville, hail a narrow escape whiij coming up the river roatl between Camp Nelscn and t.int.iMer on the I cxnc'.on an l.un-castpike, A large tourm'f enr going in the opposite direction was pen coming dowt tin hill nt a it oi'ernle. speed and in p.iising, the I'ruitt e?r ttrucl- - the rear finder or wheel of tho passing cai completely turning th" I'ruitt car around anil heading I'-- o"er trie cliff, with brth occuptnU. TI car madtj aever.d somersaults and tad spins, stippini; inl;- after it had tiroppeil at least fifty feet. Mr. Claude I'ruitt was knocl.el unconscious and now lies at hi h ime n llrynntsville, with a brnl.cn arm and a badly wrenched leg. .Mr. Nathan I'ruitt stayed with the car and wa only slightly hurt. M College Takes Pari. Milk as food will have n prominent place In the I'ure Food Show which will open its doors in Cincinnati for th. The two weeks on August mnnagers of the exposition have accepted the cooperation of the Extension Home Demonstration of the College of Agriculture, Lexington, Ky. This department will have ample lloor space to demonstrate the home of dairy dishes. Two demonstrations will be held daily an I nt the end of each week prizes will be given to the. housekeepers who bring in the best dishes made by following inrtrui ti ir.s given in the demonstrations We had the pleasure of a visit thru their factory Tuesday and pronounce Insists Black Is Ruled By The "Ring' it, without hesitation, one of t:ie most parlors in Kentucky. A very good crowd came out last A ladles rest r.nm in connection is a Saturday afternoon to, hear Judge new Inovption and will be appreciated John D. Carroll make his first speech by the public we; tlare say. Out of in Garrard county in the Interest of town guests are cordially welcomed his race for the nomination for Gov- und the retinue of lady clerkj will ernor, at the primary Saturday. see that you arc served promptly and He was introduced by Hon. J. H. efficient!)'. .Mount, one of our local merchants, and nn old friend of Judge Carroll, LOST: A new tarpaulin last having known him from young manThursday, between Lancaster and hood. Judge Carroll" began by urging Buckeye. Reward If returned to this W. II. Gulley, every Democrat in Garrard county to office or, come to the polls next Saturday and Lancaster II. 3. vote for Judge Charles A. Hardin, for Congress, insisting that no more imGovernor will portant race was ever held in Ken- the courage have the firmness and to give to the people of tucky than this one. the State a gold, economical busiIn speaking of his own rnce, Judge ness administration of public affairs. charge Carroll reiterated hi that They want the law enforret! nnd orGovernor Black was in the dutches of der rerfrved Tey wan, men of the office holders of the State, and churnctt- - und nbiluy to (III high by reason of that fact can not give Ihey want a tystem of taxathe business-likadministration, that tion that will be as fair and just as one with hi hands free could give, circumstances und condition will He said that in defense of himself, permit. They want our charitable in connection with the charge that penal institutions taken out of and the office holders of Kentucky were politics. They want "riding" him, Gov. Hlack, in his and extravagance to stop the waste that are a Dart of speech at Mayfield, gave the names of every government that is dominated five charging that they by machine politics and machine poliwere for Carroll. ticians. "Two of them I know- arc for me, "The people want a housecleaning but . to the remaining three I havo at Frankfort. They want to sec some no information," Judge e office-holder- Carroll said. ns true, however, the statement that the entire five named by Gov. Black aie Carroll men, Judge Carroll sahl that would leave about 295 office-holder- s for Gov. Hlji-k- , the Chief Justice pointing out that thcuc are iibout 400 office-holder- s in the Accepting ind department. new men nnd new faces in the offices They want to get rid of the names that have become familiar only because of long tenure of office, and these ure some of the good things they will get if I am Gov- ernor. "My hands arc free and my purpose fixed to give the people a new, clean and good business administration. I have many, times said and I now repeat that if elected I will not, under any circumstances, appoint any man to any office, big or little, unless he is honest and competent and well qualified to perform the duties of the particular office or place to which he is appointed; an dno amount of politicial or personal influence can persuade me to change this fixed and determined purpose. "The members of the Important boards and commissions should be kind of men need apply, and these and will be men of high character linn fine business capacity. No other boards and commissions will be held accountable for the proper conduct of their departments. To this end they should anil would have the right to employ and discharge assistants without the interference of politics or politicians. I have no political machine and do not want any. My only ambition would be to build up a good business machine. "The Governor is at the head of the State and the people look to hint to protect their interest and no head of any large business concern can tlo this unless he can say 'yes' and 'no', reach a just decision nnd deliver it according to the right of the case when he understands it. Put End To Estravaf ance. "I must ask the Democrats and the people of the State to take my word for it, because I can offer no other security except my word, which I have always made guod in business us well ns in politics, that if elected I will give all of my time, experience and whatever ability 1 possess to an effort to put the business affairs of the State on n good business basis. I will administer that valuable budget tcm act according to its purpose. If my recommendation nre adopted 1 may confidently say that an end will be put to the waste ami extravagance that everybody knows has been going on under Republican as well fu Democratic adininistiatious for many years. "Gov. Hl.ick gave the name nt Mayfield of five officeholders that he said were now supporting me. Two of them I know ; as to the other three I have no information a to their attitude. There nre ubout 400 officchulderi, and if Gov Black wacutrect In In statement, then 8i).r jf them are for him and five of tiient ' for me. "I again repeat and the Democrats of the State know it, that he ollice-holdcr- s have taken possession of hint ami he has taken possession of them. There la scarcely a county In the State in which they are no: binding every e'Tort to secure hi notuinaiton. If he I Governor there cannot be nnd veill not be any business reforms or any tutting down cf unnecesary or cutting off of useless officers 8:te. In his speed: here Saturday Judge lie denied very vehemently every criticism that had been thrust at him during the rampniRn. denying bitterly that he had ever spoken reproachfully producing of the drafted soldier, of the from twenty-fou- r affidavit best citizens of Jessamine county, that no such words were uttered byNicholas-Mllthim in his recent speech at His entire talk was enthusiastically received and much applause greeted h's remark. At the close of Judge Hardin talk. Governor Hlack was introduced by Hon, it. H. Tomlinson in a few abort and appropriate words, as the present and next Governor of Governor Walk wa heartily creeled and showed conclusively that the large irowd present was for him almost solidly. Governor Hlack spoke for over an hour and held the nttentlon of the crowd during the entire time. He began his remarks by speaking in the highest terms of Judge Hardin and of the importance of his election next Saturday, which would mean o much in the final race in November, which ticket le was certain he would bead. Most of his speech was tnke-- up in defending some of the criticism of for his nomination, hi opponents raying that about the only office Judge Carroll had ever won, was In the races where he had no opposition. (le said that while Stanley' major-It- y over Morrow was less than liOO, hi majority over hi opponent was over 8,000, which be and his friends thought wa a pretty fair record. He told of his first race for representative in a district that was normally 1,000 Republican and that he was able to defeat hi republican opponent by fifty votes. In all hi race he bad never lost n Democratic vote but I ad received njveral thousand republican votes. Hu paid hi respects, in no uncertain tones, to Judge limes, Senator Specr, Eli 11. Drown mid other an I mild if he had the legal ability be would certainly chop olT their political heads at one stroke, hut ho had no such authority, under hi oath, anil Judge I'arroll knew it. H felt that the great common people were for him in this race, hut that the "high tilers" didn't like him, for the simple reason Iney couldn't uso imn In writing He defended himself the famouk "pas letter" ami said he of a did so to return onio favor friend und would feel that he was an ingrate if he had not done so; and would do tho tame thing again under the same circumstances. Jlefeirinjr to the Text Book he said that ho bed felt that lie had done all within his power an I The R. H. Crow Sale. The It. II. Crow sale, conducted by Cut. G. 11. Swinebroad, the "real estate wizard", was most satisfactory In every way. A good crowd was present and bidding was fast. cattle sold as His Aberdeen-Angu- s follows: A Heather Illoom cow to John M. Cress for $170; an Auchlin Laura cow to II C, Ilaughman for $i'J5j a Heather illoom cow to J. M. Cress for $290; a Cathleen cow tj Mc Glrr Ilros., for $15.1: another Cnth-lee- n cow to Dinwiddle llros, for J&75; still another cow of the same strrin to J. II. ilrown for $435; a Hhickb.rl bull to Ed Eubank for $135; ciw. I'ride of Aberdeen to J. 11. Drown for $2X5; Heather Illoom cow to llros, fur $2.10; a Il.trbn,.) cow to Mclleath for $325; a Heather-tow- n bull to Guy June for $145; a Ann to John M. Wenthcrtown s to S. J. Hell for $425; n Ilarhara Mother cow-tfor $320; a (Jut-eJ. M. Cress for $250; another llarbara cow to C. II. Iteid for $400; another llarbara cuw to Dinwiddie Ilros for $170; another to J. M. Cress for $145. Other property offered sold well. Interior Journal. GUY. Mr. Owen Grow of Hiirkley was a visitor here Thursday. Mr Everette Giuw sptnt Sunday villi relative at Lowell. Miss Litla Ilroaddus is visiting Mis I. Ilroaddus near Ilryantsville. Mr. A. M. Girtller of Somerset is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Van-ti- Lightning Does Damage The severe wind and electrical Hlack and little son, J. j storm was felt severely here last II. were guests Monday of Mrs. James Tuesday afternoon and some damage Eason. was done over the countj". Mr, and Mr. Milton Ward were A whebt stack was destroyed by M. lightning on the farm of Mr. Guy visitor Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mcritla David'cn and Mr. George D. Itobin-- I Mis Lizzie Foley spent the week- son had the misfortune to have two end with Miss Hose Turner on the old fine cattle killed. Danville road. Mrs. Charlie Yater and Miss Huclah j Yntcr were visitor Thursday- - of Miss When the Democrats of Garrard Ellen Turner. county go to the polls next Saturday Mi.cs Motlie ll'irne and Lizzie they should not fail to vote for Mat Foley spent Wednesday night with Cohen, who ha mad; one of the bet .diss Lucy Turner.' I Commissioners of Agriculture ths Mrs. John Smith and daughter, ' Hate has ever had and is now u can-- , Maud, attended church Sunday tlidate for Secretary of State, u posi-- i Jlis at Heazley School house. tion he is equally as qualified to till, Mr, and Mrs. William Clark of the and will ntld much strength to the all that lie could do. IiimI reassembled Lexington road were i recent visiters ticket in November, Don't forget the body under the mandate of the of Mr. and .Mrs. It. him nt't Saturdnj. liobert Ward, court and succeeded in having elimiMr nnd Mrs. H.iscom I'elplirey and nated the two book that were being criticised by the public generally and Mis Nelle I'elplirey left Monday to Mr. James II. Dunn, one of the wn now told that the books that had visit relatives in Johnson County. Mis Caroljn Itico of Richmond, is best known citizens of Danville nnd the been adopted were considered her spending her with vacation nearly twenty yenra a member of bet in any state in the union. Mrs. Carrie Davldon the I'olice department of that city He defended hi record as a Demo- grand-mothecrat ami sahl he had never in his Mr. and Mrx. .. T. Hice and sons, tiled lust Monday ill the Danville In our party affairs? two life f.iiled to vote the democratic T Jr., and' Kohert Leslie were Hospital, after an operation "I am told that in a recent speech Little ticket, was a delegate to the great Sunday guests of Mesdnmes Carrie weeks ago for gull stone. Gov. Black said he called on me tu hope for hi recovery was looked for "Music Hall" convention that muni-i.ate- d Davidson ami William Sutton. state if I would vutc for him if he us complicaafter the operation, William Goehel nnd was a Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Killion and chilwas the nominee. Thi small inquiry tions bad developed and he sank rapof him all through his dren strong admirer returned home Wednesday from idly to the end. Member of hi fam- is in strict keeping with many other accompanying him through 1 Jessamine where thej' went to ill torn! ily were summoned und were part He isy at hi (will of hi speeches. Of course the mountain of Kentucky. the funeral of Mr. Killion' sister, vote for him. 1 voted for Ham- bedside when tho end came. Logan, was the Tax that M. M. Mrs. Terry Warren. He wu born in Garrard county, lett, us did thousands of other regufirst chairman und espouser, Mr. W. A. Carou ami daughter, near Camp Dirk Ilobinson and would lar Democrats, but he went clown in urd that It was he (Logan) who slat- Miss Auiiellc, Mr. ami Mr. Stuart have been tJ S year old had he lived defeat and seriously crippled the ed that the Tax Law was a "porfe-'- t because of an indefensible pub-li- e managing Carroll' rarseui of Stanford are keepingU till September 30th, 1011). On Aug- ticket law", jet he i record that he hud made that cost house for Mr and Mrs. Ilu.com IV ust 23, 1SS2, he was married tu Mis campaign and Carroll say itt bail, uhrcy while they are visiting near .Mamie Meliobcrt, who died April 23, him the support of many thousands Governor !l!nc-- favers nn amendment independent Democratic voter. r.iintkvillo. litis. Mr. Dunn wu u member of of to the pre.". lit law, differs wun Judge "Aside from this railroud letter, Mis Annie Mae Ilroaddus left the Christian churrh und liked by all Can oil t,n I ho T.neiidinonU hd sugwho knew him. He was faithful to which is n public record und a vital gest, and say it wont "nold water", Friday to visit Mr. und Mr. every trust and will he greatly missed and legitimate issue in this race, but falls to suggest a reivedy,' in Ilroaddus until Monduy and brought iiito it by Gov. Black himwhich some of 'nt ft.ci'il and admir- .Mrs. Hoy Ilroaddus und son Lewi by his hosts of friend. I nnd Mis Anna .Mao will motor thru Deceased is survived by three self, have not In any speech or puo er were dis.iprtdi.t" I. lie tutcment mentioned any matter He clokitl I'V appealing to the vot-- f to Decatur Illinois who re they will daughter, Mr. J. It. Hidings, and Mr. K. 1. Lane, of Danville, and Mr. of n, p rsonnl nature concerning Go.. to vote fir him net Saturday visit for severul week. I'lac-KMr. and Mr. Hoj-t- l Turner enter- A. S. Frye, of Stockton, Illinois; two that his iimhitioiu may bo realized in Want Business Administration. in November, which office ho has ns. tained at an elaborate dinner Sunday, sister, Mr. Kichard McGrath, of "I have a notion that the body of piled to fur many year and "tin that Tho following guest enjoyed their Unuastor, and Mrs. Tom Moore, of Mr. John I'ayne, Mr. Nlcholaaville; two brothers, Messrs tho Democrats of the State nro more being elected Governor ot Kentucky i hospitality. be rather have than thu Vice 'and Mrs. Ilarve I'ayne and children, It. J. Dunn, of Lawrenreburg, and concerned In big thing than they are I of the Fall Lick pike, in little things, and that they are Mr. Hen Smith, Augustus Dunn, of Lancaster. rreiceric of tho United State- Funeral service were conducted more concerned about what the GovAt thu conclusion of Governor' Sir, und Mr. John Hlack and sou, J. Turner of at the Christian church by Itev. IV. ernor will do if elected than '.hey are HUck'a speech, he was heartily ap.jlt., Sir. and Mr. Alve pluuded und most of thu crowd went ( Scott Fork, Messrs Ezzu und Kohert II. Smith, last Tuesday afternoon, about the- - petty personal charges that forward nnd shook hi hand und pled- - Fletcher, und Miss Cora Fletcher of ufter which interment took place in aru being banuled around. They wunt I owell, god them their vote next Saturday. All spent u delightful day. the Dam lil j cemetery. to know- - that the n:au h Is elertc I or e'f'plpye,' Mr. John Vote For Mat Cohen. Dunn. Iciu-- been mn.le againt me by Gov. li .u-- and his managers but I bae not publicly noticed any of trerr. except on one occasion, and then against my own judgment. "I invited in the opening n most careful scrutiny of my public antl private record, and I am glad to be able to confidently state nt this late day that, although my opponents have vigilanly searched both, neither they or anyone else have been able to find a single thing that would lose me a vote in the November election, if I was the nominee, or that would cause me or any other Democrat to spend a moment in defending,, explaining or apologizing for anything that 1 had ever said or done. Pais Letter Up Again. On the other hand. Gov. Black is everywhere nnd every place confront- -' ed by that ugly and incriminating railroad letter. In every speech he spends half of his time in a pettifogging way attempting to defend, explain and apologize for that indefensible and incxplainable thing. If he is the nominee it" wilt stare at people from every telephone pole, billboard and public plnce'in the State, and no Democratic speaker of respectability, save and except Gov. Black, will have the effrontery to stand before any audience and undertake to defend it. I iigaln ask, would it he u safe or prudent thing for the Democrats, with the experience of four years ago before them, to nominate as the head of the ticket Gov. Black, in this crisis C,i;!ol' said: "..i the cloing days of this cam-- I nii;i a good many trivial char.-ies The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 31, 1919 L PAVES WAY FOR A BIG THRIFT RALLY SAVORY ODORS WHET APPETITE AND ArlBUSB BOV' AND OlhLB XWKttSNf "liiiallMlsi"' r .T - J.'CVHSR''! ' $tf' '.'.lL-'.tfr.- A) friendly pipeful make, ff even BBBflBBBBDms' . - f I CLUBS tO AfltloN. IN ARKANSANS EARNEST They Realise That Savings Ar Valat-Itti Units! That Bavtd II Properly Invested. On occasion the organisers ot War flavlngs societies havs their lot! rn- -l lit tnoit happy placet, and the report that find their way to headauarttrs are of real Interest, O. I'. Btnrk, one of the Arkansas llelil worker, on a reoent visit to Danville, Yell County, went through one of these eiperlencea, and hla report to Moorhead Wrlih., Stale director at LIttIn Rock, wm replete with a happy relation of the facta, evidently unaware that "Stark tho merabera of the Yell County Hoys' Pig Club and tho Clrls' Canning Club were to have n field day on that particular time. The down-tow- n streets were deserted, many of tho stares were closed, and Inquiry revealed tho reason. Stark followed the throngs and wan Just In time to reach the place of assembly before tho hugd Jrlnts of Juicy beef, lambs and fowls had been removed from spits placed above trenches dug deep In tho ground, where a bed of glowing embers was even yet adding a coat ot brown to the meats, and was freeing savory odors that conjured up visions ot the feasts enjoyed by Robin Hood and bis forest rovers In tho heart ot Sherwood Forests In Mcrrle England. And when the feast was spread the viands were attacked with a gusto and ample Justice was done. Then the boys told abrut their venture In pigs, and the handiwork of the girls In the art ot food preservation was dwelt on In words, and their wares sampled. Dut this was not all. Thrift had a place on the program. J. C. Chambers told of the value of tho campaign of thrift planned by the United States Treasury Department, and how, what the boys and girls had accomplished was the outgrowth ot that campaign. He explained the value of tho War Savings Societies that were springing up all over the country, and told the boys and girls that all they had accomplished would count for naught did they not practice real saving. He ot Thrift told of the advantages Stamps, which he said would pave the way for prosperity when those who were boys and girls now had reached manhood and womanhood. Chambers said there should he at least 95 such societies in Yelf County. u aged for eight seasons by Nature's way heads. That's tho truo story of Velvet WEZfV&SKcaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaU 'HoBB "ILbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbU in wooden hogs- UBPC BBBBBm . MHbi'-l 'bW'JbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV 'f'2ftaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB (BBBBBBBBHBtiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV IA AetaslSsM Judge Velvet with your eyes wide open. It is just the good old honest tobacco that it looks and smells But the mellow, mellow, mellowness the coolness and the comfort of it I Tho taste! Well, a pipeful of Velvet proves more than a page of print Play Ball. Want a mild, tasty cigarette? Roll one with Velvet. PROSPERITY PARAGRAPHS. There Is no winter ot discontent for htm who puts his savings Into War Savings Stamps. The War Savings Stamp, like the snowball, Is a whole lot larger when It reaches the bottom of the hill. Don't bury your savings. Plant them In War Savings Stamps. They will grow. Your harvest of Interest Is sure, besides the original plant Is always there, ready to be used when necessity calls. While on the easy pathway, start the little streams' ot Interest your way. Remember big rivers from tiny brooklets grow. Every War Savings Stamp you own starts an .nterest stream flowing your way. A well filled War Savings Certificate is a diploma ot team work. It means you and yourself are on good terms and you are both taking care 'of each other and looking out for each other's future. The boy or the girl who adds a Thrift Stamp to his or her card regularly Is on the path to higher business efficiency and all the desirable things that money brings. Your dimes and quarters have wings. Don't let them fly away. Clip their wings by putting them Into War Savings Stamps and later you will be clipping coupons. --the POINT LEAVELL. ' friendly tobacco Millions of Miles. The volume of wii . urfnee Is estimated ti iilc miles. Water, hi- - eurth'i H,(IOO cu- - "Y," of Courts, liefnre they wen married she thought him a treasure, now flic con-ldeEdinburgh n treasury, him Scotsman. Uncle Eben. "De amount of lmrryiii" n muu wants to do," said Unite !: i '"' mighty opt to depend on wheili ' - travelln' nfont or ilrlvln' n hos ' Dickens as an CJItcr. .Charles Dickens ti- - r . is'ltir fur u lie began with third of n century, llentley'ii Miscellany In 1VI7 mid was editing All tho Year Hound when be died In 1870. Popular Namcc for Towns. There nre .'11 Franklins given In the po-t- nl guide. latest United State Chewier nnil Clinton lire iloe seconds, there being III) towns uiul (Hies by AN INVESTMENT WITH NO RISK. encli of these nniiieK In the United States, Wiikhinutoii utid NeuiMirt In Washington, D. C, 900 War Sav- (nine next In popularity, each liming ings societies Ijave been organlied, 28. and the membership Is In excess of 22,000. That stately Treasury liulld-Ing- , To Repair Book Covers. with Its hoards of gold, which Is Itenlltlflll generally books lire back ot every security Issued by the bound with leather, nnd If they nre United States Government, ahould apIn rnntnnt use the ralf or morocco peal no more to the Washington youngsters than the broad and fertile soon becomes worn. To remedy this. acrea of Missouri, Arkansas and Ken- Ue equal quiintltlex of white of egg They, too, are security for ami water benteti together, upply with tucky. liru-- ti or piece of llniiiiel, nnd Government loans, and every United a soft thoroughly dry polish with a States Bond will be redeemed with in- when piece of lluiinel. terest Just as surely as the nation con- fresh tinues to exist. Neat Blarney. "Why does jour horse go m slow?" song of thrift stamps. Bine oskel a tourist one day In the Glen of Lay aside your coin. the Downs, Ireland, of hla driver. "It For five and twenty W. B. 8. la out of rlxptctlo Ihe Imyutlful san-erThe Savings League to join. yer honor he wants ye to see It When the five yean are ended. all. And thin lie's un Indulgent baste, Then the interest will sing, and apprrcluteri gisid coiniuny, an' "Sm bow money crows and grows. wants to kniie the like o' ye In ould If Mrtng you bectn." Ireland a long as he cun." r. m. a ning nt five o'clock. Much sympathy Milton and Italy. is extended the bereaved ones. How delightful win Italy to Mill, .n I "May wc meet our loving mother, Ills Allegro and l'eiiensi ihow that Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Hurte arc the Stowe of Camden Ohio Mr. Arthur Where no tears are ever ihcd: lie iiiiild fully appreciate both lis proud parents of a baby girl. was n visitor here recently. mirth iiml Its majesty. He returns not Where no sickness ever enters, .Miss Francis Fish was a truest of Mirs Lou Archer nnd mother of Where no farewell words nre nld." Ihe less tu lite out n rnrcer of lllus. relatives in Lancaster Sunday. Arizona, arc the guests of friends nnd frlmis servlrn III tils nun f..it,.r- where his hrnve heart and phllosophlc Mrs. Snllie Estridge of Keren, vis- j relatives here. Cheek by Growl. ited relatives here the past week. "Ity taking rein celery rnrli morn- iiiiinl were or more nvnll to his time Mr. A. J. Thompson who has been than even his sacred som In mtrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Saufley Hughes of , viritlng friends near Urynntsvillo has ing joii will wash nil mlmi from Julln Ward Howe. stomnrh, lenlng II pure nnd sweet, Lancaster were the guests of her par- returned home. with rosy checks." Dudley (England) ents Sunday. j W, Tatem spent Ilerold. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Only Real Riches. Miss Chastine Itucker spent Tues-da- y Sunday with their daughter, .Mrs. There Is no wealth bin f,.; life, Inwith here sister Mrs. Lucy Conn Harrison Coldiron. tituling all Us powers of love, Joy and Little Sympathy for HI- -i. near Lancaster. That unnitry Is the Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hester visited "Iteiollii' 'bout what ilem soldier men of admiration. richest which nourishes the grisliest Misses Jessie Mae Hiimmncl: and Mr. James Hester and family near lit through." said Uncle Elicn. "N number of noble mid happy human lot no ter make It mighty hard to Iva Ledford nre visiting; Mrs. John I'aint Lick Sunday. lugs; that man Is richest who, having wlf le limn dut complains Anderson and Mr. Taulbce Cornett. Mrs. J, M. Colson and Mrs. Tcvis perfected the functions of liU own life 'Isml n little tiling like a hot day." Mrs. John Murphy nnd Miss to the inmost, has iiImo the 'widest Hayburn and children spent Monday helpful Imliiemv, holli personal und Murphy were the guests of Mrs, kvith Mrs. J. M. Bell. For' the Teaeher. of his jsissesslous, jer the Anne Mobcrley for a few days this Mr. and Mrs. Tevis Itnyburn nnd N'ii one Is too young or too old to ho lives of others. Iluskln. vcck. children of Richmond visited Mr. anil Impressed with the fart that ohedlenco Earl Wallace Itiddcll had the Is the law of life. Show Its rewnrdn Mrs. J. M. Colson Sunday night. Truth About Cat's Eyes. iiml Its test of ill?rlplfslilp. to break an nrm MonTlny eveWhen ono A rut cull see belter In tdM iln.l. Mrs. Clarence Mitchell and little wills to obey, he throws lulu gear ning when lie fell on a puny on vhlcn thnn run u human being hecuuse the-daughter Annie Katherinc, have rethe like of which Is not known rni-- eyes nre he wus riding. sensitive to turned home after u pleasant visit nnyulirro else on enrth. mjs. Us pupils nro rapuhlo of grout, The scries of Meeting will begin with relatives and friends In r expansion than those of mini's or church next Sunday at the Christian Submarine Coal Mines. f almost uny other unluml, thys evening at 8:30. Every body invited There are ninny submarine eonl " Letcher Messrs Ernest Rhodus, morn light. The cut uses Its to come nnd take purt in these ser- Rogers lls off tho Ilrltlsh Isles, but so far Rhlskers for feelers In the dark, lis Hell and Misses Hat-ti- e and Ira vices. Is a great help to It. McQucary, Mary and Allie Hell lliey are not much worked. The tunSo It gels along belter III the dark Mr. nntl Mrs. Earnest Moody and motored to Crab Orchard Springs nels of the mines ut Wlilleliuven some four miles from shore under limn most animals. The belief Hint It little daughter Catheiine of Fort und spent u pleasant evening; on last III" Irlh sen, however, nnd there also Mill SCO by nlgllt Kith Hie same ,(.,. Wayne, ml., nre the guests of hit Sunday. is some submarine coal mining at dec of clenrness us by day Is, how- sitters, Mrs. J. A. Itiddell nnd Mis. A family reunion wus enjoyed at llolnoss near the Firth of Forth und ever erroneous. D. W. White. Mr. Jack Hammock's Sunday. Those at Monkwcurmuiith In Durham. I. 1). Shepherd nnd family have present were Mr. und Mrs. Mr. O, L. Ireland Still Medieval. returned from n visit with relatives llammack nnd children of I'aint Lick Fish Eat Other Fish. In Ireland we nre still in,.,llvi,l accompanied by his und Mr, and Mrs. Eph llammack and in Ohio and were When a codfish eats It takes an oys and think that bow i il- i. ....... nieces, Misses Georgia lleele and Vir- children. A nice dinner wus served ter In Its mouth, cracks the shell, ill Important than how to g,.j living. gesls the incut und ejects the shell, When I was n ginia Shepherd of Cincinnati. I anthe three families and a few friends Crabs crack the shells of jniiiig their smaller nounced Unit I Intended mini If spent n happy day together. next morning .neighbors ami suck out the incut, This at break com., ..n. of day to shirt Bird Friends of Gardener, Mrs. Mary Hignito who has been accounts for the mounds of shells Few people realize the vulue of birds very low with Inflamatory Rheuma- which uro found beneath the waves. terprlse of uinusenienl, or It might high duly, the whole fnmlly would In ketplng garden Insects under contism for the past week, died at the And, us further Illustrating the get up to see me ff; it If It were trol. Even the despised English sparmi going on In the some mailer ,,f destruction Mr, Hughey e ...,.........i..i row sometimes cuts n worm. I huve home of her son, ocean's depth, It Is said thai If u ship I would Sunday night. Funeral services breakfast In the cure of the watched them for hours, busily chasing kinks nt seu It will be eaten by the enanls. It was thus through mollis which the birds gn nfler with were conducted by Rev. Daird after llsh wllli the exception of Its metal of l,,i, far more energy than they ever display whlrh her body was laid to rest in the portions. Butler In gathering seeds. Exchange. itats. family burying ground Monday eve PAINT LICK ' J k Ma-di- x ultru-vlol- do-'- j be-o- f eon-sla- Illg-nit- e Hfe-Jo- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 31. 1919 2 AND MOWER Pitlets Scales, Lot of Iron Fence, cheap, Oliver DUk and smoothing Harrows, Cultipack-ers- , Riding and Walking Plows, Refrigerators, $10 and up, second hand oil stove cheap. are surprising on Brown wagons, second Malable stove, good as new, cheap. Get our hand prices on Cooks and Ranges. Out-price- s Pottle If Not Scltntlfie. "f wonder what th moon la made I nil" suld little Jennie, nn she pawed, ' to gnre nt the large, ronnd orh. "It nln't made of niithlti'," replied her twin lirolher, lull. "It's a hole In the s!,y for ltl to look through when he "Tills to see If we are Inlndln' inn." no sus.-- r wllhhi It V.irwiiy pnslm-e,i borders pin! the tweet sirups pro Herd llieil vi'g'fntih sotinc lire o 'li.it lonntry I ;M i ipot mi'". ii DRESS OF NAVY GEORGETTE STOP 7? nn Must Import Guest t- fit. i ' J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O Deal House. I piiitoil if illluii't u!iotute ill en iiporls for lt Hwecteo i..tril!ils. f nnd nffr mix It stuimiirrltig Helton Enough. r- twin nephews mere paid Inn rial many blushes, m.iiuigcil this sil "Win; rtsucl! "Will jo" roine up .Mm. Walker Nnnti ttill continue rents a ilny fur waking inn at 7 each 1 the hoii.e anil marry me nnd nn seriously ill. week day niornlnc. tln Sunday IhtV 7, I protetod nnd other sir!?" Chlrngo Tribune. Mrs. Murtlia Jully nml ton ;u.d awakened mi' nt I'icy nld! "We knew you wanted to nephew, of Talhott Tcnn., who his steep. In: t we need the money." Enploded Theory, been visiting relatives here hav rc There Is little In the theory that If 'hliiii:ii Tribune. home, you make n better moueirap Ihan any turnril body il"e the world will heal a pathof Mr. and Mrs. (trecn l'nrsnti Wyoming Molds Honor. way to your thsir, Yoti probably ac-Mr. i on tin' I'Mli of June, the llcrea, visited her grand-parents- , In rept that theory. Very well. Who legislature of the ferritin of Wyoming niBtiufiii nml Mrs. J. T, Allen last Sunday t on, lures Hie Mr. JelT Davis ami daughter, Suaic, paed an .art cmn' iiv W women the market; l'li!l.idi Iphla 1'ubllc right tn vote nnd In hold of I. wiser. visited Mr. ami Mrs. Mnrtin li'cen the hi any slat tire. It Mat the flrl a Inst Saturday night. s, i' suffrage or territory granting The Gum Tree. visMr. anil Mrs. Milton Jennings to women. The Aulrntlnn or, ns It ited Mr. nml Mrs. Walker llrynnt Inst Is rominorilv railed, lb gum tree, lias Testing Tel. .Sunday. grown liren 'n many If joll wlll to tet the purity of ten rfiiintries, nnd ii,i,'fiilli Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Hamilton viait-n- l 'n New Zealand It hns take u talde knife and n sheet of while hern found that It In fn Mr. J. I. Carter last Sunday. i Kiir. iiKin slit It rnh Ihe ten with Mrs. Mnrtlia Jolly anil Mrs. John Itlle knife. When Ihe leae are iw 111ornlde stints, fntrr than In Aiitrnlle. Uracil the ntlllnril!es reioyiilje lis Davit visited Mr nml Mrs. JrlT Davis 'llrrrd the paper Is llll.ted ilrilli nml for lltnher. III surfnie rtamlti'il. If the ten Is nr. 'nine Inst Momlny. lvld streak's of Ilflclnlly The Kcv K. I". Itryant fllleil his J pnnere Hri clrctrers. I'rulan Idue will appear , or f r in n Is reKular appointment at White l.irk Th" a mm h tdi r ik ihimi lo t 'n .lap. i. Hi n llnptist church last Saturday nml Life of the Wttp. that fur w oiuni, Th nie r, nriN ns Sunday. There n n large croil AVIth Ihe eoiolni? of winter the life Ian k the r i. irv of In attenilanre. of the wasp erases Put until thnt time far I..- - ,i... .....t.. l...l.l......r . -Mr nml Mrs. Martin Crrrn of Ihey are nmt exrinirary rrentures isnmtirnl ! purtfril iitiP) There are no IniJ folk In wnpland Manse nml Mr. Jrtf Davit nml daughthe ni up. tjilir nml effort are eenl- - 'itldiil In In r iii toii how prof hi.r n 'to d inIITeur 1 licit thiiu::1i n Ilridge ter, Susie, motoreil t Ullie tlif l'e4t of wns(is. Some last .Sunday and sent u most delightduty of plnnderlnir, iroluj out In senrih san of oinrwh.it tali r ;'roitli. of food, while others art as potlrethen. ful ilny. Upt and Ocwnt of Lift. Mildred hud Peeii WMtrtiliu the pn Lift In Btgdid. Amusing Hertelf. nun h Interest that At im period llagdul had a ivopula r.lliahelh and her mother went to peilmiirer with tln of two million. Today It hat the rlty tn rpeni! the da). Irarlnt he did IK'little that flr- .iii-.i- l her eje. I vlmtinl in two hundred -t left the Idi'ht he left and twenty Aunt 7,Ieunor. a hoiie cuest, alnne. Willi file lhouand. The desert mils almost I'Imiii It,. Ir return Kllraheth fiieson-eil- - all hl IihiIs, Im Iiiillns vi.rrnt huldiTs, t the walls i.f the Nellie, ill, I )oi CrX lonely hrhllid him, n fin' that eleltiil Mil "Aunt for the tin lalirale syt-n- i of rituals v.ldrh ren- while we were iiwb.v" "Ves, wat drill iry inuih. As he wnd eihuI dered (lie land capable t,f sup(sirtlng the replj, whereupon Ihe little mist id. lit to her she railed frnntlinlly to n has been ncg asked 'Then did jmi tell yourself a him "Oh, MUler raperhatiriT. youVe Hire stor) ?" lecled. forsetilns nil jour tips nnd downs." CARTERS VILLE. My !v cinbiirriiSMil. He went to Inter lew the inlnlsttr relative to Ihe lore-iifii.- v, M Intrrvlevlng the Mlnliter. brother wa married jntins nml 8 THINK It is 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 SPECIAL BENEFIT CONTRACT, don't wait but see me at once. Give it a test and realize for your-sel- f why we have made such a Success. We solicit your business, W. lalalaH HtLLLLw i.;j..?i;L-,.;irZi- Plrit designed this drett of navy georg-tt- e with linet of tllk fringe and bright blue rlbbont with a toft, lacy collar. ROMPERS FOR THE KIDDIES J. N. BROWN SUPERVISOR. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. -- Suggestion! of. Suitable Materlllt and Decoration! for Playtlmo and Orett Occitlont. The hnhy who Is hrnusht up without nn Intlmnle niipinlntanre with rompers Is tn be Hytmiuthl7.sl with. Never wh there o romfortnhte n style, nml THE NAMES .My ry, OPENING OF Parks Ice Cream Parlor 306 West Main Street now that definitive hnndwurk has taken these wee cannenls under Its wine, never has there been u more at- trartlve style for the ltatlme of Ihe lltlle-- t member of the family. Materials for the rompers ,nr.v front dimity to wash silk und Inrlude seer surker, rhamlirny, roiton rrep, lluen nnd unldenrheil muslin. All admit the deoorntl.e tourli. It may he whlrh In the rase r.f mi ft materials. Is nlwnys loely. The smorklhir rnn be ttseil to eirellent ndvantuue on the wnsh silks built on the regulation romper pattern. It Fathers In the full nes at the front of the nerk and at the bottom of the sleeves nnd la done. of eoure. In a rontrnstlnc rolor. Klesb j rolor Mttoekeil In Ucht blue Is a fetrll J Inir mlor srheme. t)ne model that Is differently attractive hat a kimono sleeve Instead of the set-Ivariety. Another baa Idoomei lens Instead of the openlni: rich I nrrois the bottom, whlrh. by the way Is better for very young children. Th fanner kimono lop uses, besides the j blue daisies and outlined bluebird Ir tr the front, rows of femlirr-stltrhln- c hold the fullnesH In the proper places thus give the kliuono cut a sent I nnd blanre of shape. A contrastlni; belt of white will bunny and outlining In yellow clve ' the appearance1 of separate trousers tt j n iiloomered model In tan rhmniirny ' Just contrasting frills of white and pear! buttons make another chnmbra) model as dainty n little garment as one I roil Id wish. Hut the prize really must gii to a little dimity affair In white silk ' with real Irish lure plrot edging ' then blu around the collar nnd I'renrh knots to match the blue crosi tstltchel geese on Its belt. KEYNOTE OF DRESS TBEMBE "t woul'ln't twin my J Tlret for any Why' mode. Knew What H? ?leant. three yeur old boy notlred nil libera on lenvliu the party speak lln-lhostess, so ,nU (Ura if he looked up with a most en slue smile und said. "Hau'ti't we I it terrible time?" Ilxrhange. ,, because THE NAME BEHIND tins O i Rootevelt'a Long Ride. In February, 11W. the late former President Ilonsevelt rode 01 miles on horseback In the seventeen hours between daylight and dark. The trip was from Washington to Warrenton and return. Three horses were used. The Telltale Thumt. fact among nervi It Is a specialists that by nn oTnmliiatlon a the thumb they run till If the patlen Is iifTet ted, or likely to be nlTerted. b; paraljsls tr not, as the thumb will la dlcate this H long lime before then Is nny trace of the disease In any oth cr part of the system. Warsaw. and Imposing city ns viewed from the rastl I'raga ncross the Vistula, anil conat tains n number of magnificent palaces, among whlrh nn ancient Saxon stronghold Is the nio- -t notable. There also Is the cathedral of St. John the Divine, a splendid example of gothlc architecture, nhlih dates from lUC-, THE TIRti absolute confidence In (I & J i . "e the intHluct of olJ experl- tun If nt f erv lira they put out. I O&J means thnt I con have you i ruin bimihuii. tn.-tl tit niV tnitltl Am ttlft LrPSt tlren to une." This i omy one oi msny tiundrrilB of uaers' oplniont. Uit-inn ostniv Kill tt yuur car bo Isf.ictlon fltteJ with not art to I'tincture; protect VYarsaw Is n very beautiful O&J TIRES Sold By MARSEE, Jr. liryantsville, Kentucky. NOAH "Good Practice In Banking. ' A banker I know rays thaj Inlonn Ing money he nlsn asks about a mtin'a wife. Is she a spender? Poet she often run the family financial affairs against her Imlmiiil's Judgment? The banker Is suplrlous of thnt sort of man. You may think whrit n woman Is very prominent soiially she "helps" her liiibainl, but Ibis banker ilenlee V. Howe's Jlonthly. It. 1 Wednesday, July 30 LADIES REST ROOM UP STAIRS Out of Town Guest Welcome. The public is cordially invited to come and inspect our modern and hand- somely equipped place. Some of the Hew mushroom lint have tmndenux Inside. Utile belts of bright-coloreribbon are popular for the white costume. Tllack satin ribbon Is arranged In spiral fashion on a black satin gown. Individuality Is unquestionably Hit keynote of present season dressing. Itntplns with flower brails of brll llnntly varnished kid nre a Paris nov city. Few of them nre now pennlttlni ttieniM'Ues to be hound by Ironical style rulings, either us to rolor or fabric, skirt length or width. Crepe tie chine has had so man) songs sun; In Its favor that little needs to be said. It Is the fabric that fur centuries has been found by the Chinese to servn mankind well. New- - silhouettes rome and ro, hut n careful study of the sartorial scenery In any fnsh!tuiuble gathering-plucwill convince Ihe obserer that the best dressed women are wearing what la becoming. Public CHOLERA IMMUNED REGISTERED Sae DurocJersey bred Sows At Tntteiialls South Broadway, Lexincton, Ky. FRIDAY. AUGUST 8th, 1919 Sale at 1 P. M. of the great Orion Cherry King and the $5,000 Joe Orion II, bred to Big Orion, and to the $15,000 Edgewood Orion Cherry King. Four extra good boar ready for service also will be sold. Send for catalogue. Grand-daughters Lunch at Noon. Psngtt Popularity. J. T. PARKS, Prop. Telephone 122. Danville, Kentucky. year there are lovely pongee parasols. Home are mounted ou brown frames anil sticks, with no other trimming than brown cords on the haudlea and brown tassels on the ends. Another howl lovely blue butterflies embroidered all over the Inside of tba paratol, with blue cord ami blue 'and to tba sticks. As sure at the coming of summer, jongee In some form appears. Thlt LEXINGTON, KY. Edgewood Farm JOHN COOPER, Mgr. ( The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 31. 1919 F1feai I" !1F1 EHir. We represent one of the largest Roofing manufac Just to show that we are n SHANKS SHOWS dead game sport, we invite every delinquent subscriber to WHITE FEATHER, walk right into our sanctum without knocking and cough Will Not Meet Oldham up hip nougn. we n nave a, wheelbarrow on hand to cart In Debate. home the loot. ' BUY I Ballards Obelisk (First Patent.) And Save Lard. One Barrel of Obelisk Requires $2.00 worth of Lard Less Than Other Flours. Obelisk makes delicious Bread and Cake Hale Ties, turers in the South. , As all kinds of material are advancing, you should place your order NOW for Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. As was exprrteil here the challenge of It. C. Oldhnm, candidate for the ' Democratic nomination for l.leuten- Crossing the Atlantic by air-ln- nt Governor, to W. 11. Shanks, hi ship now causes about as much!pponit to meet him in joint dc. excitement as the laying of its j ba,c ,nt Owcnton, was not accepted The Interior Journal, published Don't spend all of your time swatting the fly. Hand the Bolshevist a few while you are about it for the good of your! country. 'Bitter Diiappointmenl to Me," Says Hi. Opponent. "How Can lie Meet the Republican!?" first egg by your favorite pul Stanford, and the paper that groomlet. ed Shanks for the race, had raid that he would Conn ! Brothers. tH iranzn government I "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." official recognition is mount to a slur on the claims o And all of the other factions J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. one or more of these factions H. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. retaliate by murdering u few more Americans. It is sad Office in LanEntered at the Post than to murder some of CarMail Ky., as Second-Clas- s caster, ran za's party. Matter. As a mater of fact, about the Member Kentucky Press Association safest thing any one can do in an) Mexico is to murder an Aiiieri Eighth District Publishers League. can and brutalize his wife and daughters. Rate. For Political Announcement. 'And our amiable public oil For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 cial assumes a benevolent at 10.00 For County Offices titude and solemnly assures us For State and District Offices.. 15.00 15, .10 that Mexicans sang the S. S. For Calls, per line .10 with him. The wonder is that For Cards, per line For all publications in the intert ley failed tc slit his throat at est of individuals or expresthe last word. Issued Weekly. $1.50 a Year. Payable in Advance. - The Central Record i any act o sion of individual views, per .10 line .05 Obituaries, per line Lancaster, Ky., July 31, 1919 For Congressman. We are authorized to announce CIIAS. A. HARDIN, of Mercer conn ty, a candidate for Representative in Congress in this, the Eighth CongTes. sional District, rubject to the action of tho Democratic party. 1 LISTEN TO THE CHOIR. We are informed by an estimable public official that at Monterey recently a number of Mexicans joined him in singing the Star Spangled Ban ner. This fact he presents as proof that the Mexicans arc an amiable people and do not make border raids. Unfortunately, the best inat it can prove is that there are some Mexicans who do not make border raids while they are singing the Star Spangled Banner with this estimable of ficial. But while they were thus fraternizing there other Mexicans who were dering an American and jecting his wife to gastly wye mur sub bru I talities. It 'does not prove that all Mexicans are amiable. It does not prove that any of them are. Singing the Star Spangled Ban ner is not proof of a lofty im pulse. It may be camouflage But, at best, what is the use of n few of them singing the S. S. B. at Monterey while there are swarms of them elsewhere just waiting for an opportunity to e alit an American throat and Americr.n property? We are supposed to bo friendly with Carranza's gov ernment. He has an army of about 60,000, and claims to rule a" population of 15,000,. con000. That population tains several rebel factions, each with pretentions to tho control of certain portions of Any politcment Mexico. which we may ehow to the Car- pit-l;ig- WORK FOR THE SOLDIER. By far the greater part of our young men coming home from the war are strong and well. life, plain Outdoor hearty food and vigorous phy sical exercise have combined to buila up their physique. Many of them who were indoor workers oetore the war find that the abundant vigoi they have gained inspires them toward life in the open. For men of this inclination the farms of the country offer an excellent opportunity. ine working season is on and the farmers are calling for help. They are willing to pay wages that are comparatively high, when we consider that room and board ore included Necessary expenses are few, so that a young man could save nearly all of his wages. And in the meantime he is living a and wholesome life and is squiring Mr.Dailey Mrs, Jar.'cs Land and Mr. motored Earl Lancaster a knowledge oi practical farm Tuesday afternoon. to ing which in the future may hn Mr nnd Mrs. Fred Howard and of great value to him. children spent Saturday night with In case he should desire Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley, Mrs. Allen Teatcr was at tho bed eventually to buy a small f'.rm of his own the information side of Mrs. Harrison Ray Sunday which he has gained about s il night who is still seriously ill. and location will aid him in his Mr. and Mrs. George Teater of Jessamine county mado a recent visit selection and prevent him from with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Davis. making a poor investment Misses Thelma Simpson and Myrtle We would recommend to the Teater were the attractive guests of young man who is doubtful Miss Bert Dailey Thursday night. about his employment to take Mr. and Mrs. Wilbcrt Dailey and into consideration farm work. son spent Wednesday night with her He will at least have well pay parents, Mr. and Mrs. W T Sebastian, Mrs. Mose Kay nnd Mrs. ing work for several months, Stotts and daughter, Miss Andrew Kunice which will leave him as 'husky pent Thursday with Mrs. Otis Stotts as he is at present. And by Mr. and Mrs. Hughcy Moberley and that time there may be a larger little daughter spent Friday night lield for employment of every with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. liar vie Teater. kind than there is now. who voluntarily reduced the rent of his tenants is not a candidate About twenty-eigh- t relatives sur for public office or matrimony. prised Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Moberley He is just living in the wrong Sunday. Tho affair was a very en- yable one. age an age in which the Gold Mr. Elbert Teattr and Miss Myrtlo en Rule has been kicked into tho discard and forgotten, Teater attended the lawn party Wed- esday night on the Poor Ridge plko while greed and avarice have the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin taken its plarc. arson. No, the Ohio landlord Mr. and Mrs. Evcrette Warner and daughter Elsie Mario were visitors Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. An drew Stotts. i to cross oratorical lances with him." Oldham said in an interview this Nothing but masculine re morning: "It is a bitter disappointField Seeds. spectability and feminine mod- ment to me. Since he announced esty is ever out of the ordinary his friemis have told many malicious stories about me that I wanted theft days." I did not invite him to n plained. gave mud slinging contest, An exchange heads its fun him an opportunity tobut simplyto the explain ny column "Hit or Miss." It is people. usually a miss. I might have asked him nbout that -disgraceful record of his in n mem- "le Kentucky Legislature. His I Dcr Drunk With Love. "Oli, Amorous IfcivV by lids Impos. j friends have circulated rumors that. L quern, was imp of tr.. Iii-- sola of ' me KeqUDIicnns would lie able to irt-i- c . vcnlng. New York Tilde. tack me; that both candidates for t Governor would slate against me, nnd SOLDIER-EDITOR many other underhand insinuations. Gathering Life's Cold. i Tin- - gold of life doe not lie hidden mil I was eager for on opportunity In '.ii'nes; It sparkles In tlnv sand! to have their ehamtiion to make these along the coinnmn path of every chnrccs to my face and answer mine The following from the Casey diiy lie only who gathers It hit hy lilt. in hin, ,., I mnv from dally duties nnd pleasure and! ,!,.. .... County News which is edited by Otis ,i, Thomas, who was recently litcni.rj.vd IMxiriuniiir nun inriiti-iup- s mil nnil imelf the possesor of tin real treas these rumors were proven false nnd fron the army malicious they were printed in newsure at Inst. "Hon King Swope, the Republican papers as PAID ADVERTISING, and nominee for Congress in the ?th DiI would have nsked him to explain strict, is the young man's hop hit China's Watfr sTraniportatlon. On Hie rivers, streams or rnnnls of that.I sincerely regret that he has election will inspire every young man dodged the issus, nnd ran not see how China transportation nnd potnl faclll- in Kentucky to Ine a uieful, worthy les distend on the sampans. Women. he could be expected to meet his Re- nnd life with the assurns well as men. oiierate them all day publican opponent should he be the ance that his worthy endeavors will nnd the prehensile font renders their nominee nnd be challenged. be rewarded by the people nmotig tals m"cli easier. livery Chinese post-mThere is no reason that can be givlying on his boat, steers with Ida en why I will not poll the entire party whon he has liked and served. Every young man should vote for King hands nnd rows with Ills toes, tie strength in November ond add Swope on Saturday, August 2nd. holds the nnr trondy between the great toe nnd the others nnd gives n strength to the ticket, and he knows Every father who had a son in the Igomus motion to the boat by the it. I will welcome the opportunity army should vote for King Swope. at any time to meet any Democrat or Ever- - boy who was in the army will powerful nctlon of the leg muscles. to meet Ed Morrow or any Republivote for King Swope because he has can on earth on the stump in debate the courage to come out in favor of WOLF TRAIL. anywhere in Kentucky." (The Daily the needs of the soldiers while his opDemocrat.) ponent. Judge Hardin, completely Mrs. Jesse Casey is ill. (Advertisement.) ignored the soldiers in his platform. Quite n number were in Lancaster Every fathvr who has n son whom he Monday from this place. When Sneealng Wat a Bad Omen. Sneezing from reunite limes tins wishes to aspire to place of usefulness Mrs. McKlnley Matthews spent the been held omli.inis. Our forefathers ond honor should vote for Mr. Swope. day Monday with relatives. Mr. Swope represents the best went to bed nenln If they sneezed The crops in this vicinity nre look' while pulling He nti their hln.es. A there is in Kentucky manhood. ing sick from the need of rain. sneeze In Die rlclifnus deemed lurky; is intelligent, progressive and patriII (uirlent. To sneeze otic. When his country needed him Mrs. John Dailey was with Mrs. to the left i.f near n liurh.l p.iiee vi mi.tirky. Jesse Casey Sunday afternoon. he did not hesitate or plead exemp Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian ami sen were visiting relatives Sunday. Mrs. Abe Burton spent part ol last week with her mother, Mrs. Lnyton Mrs. Joe Hay and children were in Nicholasville Thursday with relatives. Mrs. Mose Ray spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Wilbcrt Dailey Mrs. James Land was tho guest Saturday afternoon of Mrs. John Dailey. .Mr. and .Mrs. J. It. sparks were with their daughter, Mrs. Jesse Casey Sunday. Mrs. Charla Grow returned home ?af after a few days stay with Mr. and W Mrs. Frank Lank. "Germany has ratified and local Courier rightly predicted In last the world is grntified.-"- Ex- - week's issue with the statement that "Col. Oldham is a good speaker, and change. 'we doubt that Shanks will be willing And no one is satisfied. certainly be there. The Feed of all Kinds, - ' ENDORSES SWOPE. ,.. .n... tion but olferrd his services and made an enviable record In the rrmy. He is a young lawyer of rare attainments and has been complimented by such able jurists as Judge Kerr and Col John K. Allen, of Islington, Ky., as one of the ablest young lawyers In Kentucky. His speeches in this campaign have been clean, and free from abuse nnd are regurded by all who hear him as To send him to Conmasterpieces gress from the Mh District will be a signal for all worthy young men that Krntuckians are willing to reward honest and elTirjcnt services wnere-ev- er they are found. Hundreds of patriotic voters will no longer be bound by political chains but will vote for Swope regardless of their previous political filiations. Caey County News". Advertisement. 'Id Ltathtr Lunged. on, William! roininsnds a pntentdeather shines, running ii he stairs, nil pink with liasle." Mncasliie, Happiness Always Right, us never he nfrnld f tnnoeetit We must dare to he happr re-n-c ourselves always as the drpos- and not the nmlior of'oiir joy. it I m rf3 T1 it is. 3a l77Trr.. x 18 cents a package What you pay out your good money for is cigarette satisfaction and, my, how you do get it in every puff of Camels! of tho tobaccos yet retaining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a revelation! You may ss Turkish nnd choice Domestic tobaccos in Camel cigarettes eliminate bite and free them from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigarctty odor. Camels win instant nnd permanent success with smokers because the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful mel- R. "PXPERTLY blended choice smokethemwithouttiringyourtaste! For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price, then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment Hiey provide. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY. WU.lS. K c. ft ' 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, K SECTION 2 18. THIRTIETH YEAR Y., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 31. 1919. NUMBER NUT DON'T READ THISUnless you want kinds of MERCHANDISE FIRST-CLAS- S GROCERIES and all Delivered To You OURS IS THE SERVICE STORE. 206 We will appreciate an order. Just call and we will Deliver the Goods. Yours anxious to please. A. T. Phone No. 206. A Peculiar Accident. i Scott dd I & Campbell Street. Son Farmers Lancaster, Ky. It is said by some of the patrons Sanders and family. that Miss Walker is teaching a good Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Matthews and Sctt-m- l ilay ago the United State. school, at Rice Academy and mak Miss Nora Matthews spent Saturday the children toe the mark. This will night nnd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. dredge boat "Kentucky" wai dicdg. go hard for the little fellows who it is James Matthews and family. lug Kentucky river between Merit r said have had their own sweet way so when the ami Woodford counties long and such a large scope of terricrew encuuntereil u large tree in the Our philosopher says: Everybody tory for a play ground. water that they could not dislodgi knows just exactly how scarce hen's ' Kvery other means failing to raise it Mr. W. D. Marksbury was found in teeth are, so they should give her grit cd to the farm vacated by their son, x"' the crew decided to place dynamite of Mr. Joe to grind grain. Ir- - a"J Mrs. I.eon I.edford nre in his room at the home Hubert. under the trunk, but in placing the Skinner last Monday morning in an Miss Marie I.edford is the guc:t of ?hio. vi,fi,inc ,heir hui.hter. Mrs. Our philosopher says: A big fat it was, unnoticed, put under unconscious condition. A little later nn,e ?,l0"e,;lt ,Caml" Miss Christine Metcalf at Stanfoul one end of a big saw log. The boat j .Mrs. U H. I.edford are keepmp house he was carried to the home of Mr. .1. bank account is a mighty fine thing this week. W. Swope of Danville where, he re- to have, but a bunch of real close drew on" about 300 feet to be out lor tin in winie tl.oy ale away Dewey Metcalf of Stanford was to a the lone of danger when the ex-tju.tu a crown went to Wallace' mains in a critical condition, tho nt friends is safer when it comes in Paint Lick Monday minglinj wilh plosion occurred. The dynamite blew this writing he is reported better. pinch. Mill bathing Saturday fc'tci jn. old friends. the saw log several hundre.l feet in j Mis. U. M. l.ei.r ami daughters. Miss- His illness is partly due to his advanMiss Geneva Log3don has returned es Maiy to the air an dit came duwn like Made $41,500. Alma, M its Urania u.'..t, ced age. and huge bomb, nd first, on top of the home after a pleasant visit to her Mrs. I.. 0. V.'oi ds and ih'Mro i, Miss.s Three hundred and thirty two :nmt at l!r..ssfield. cabin of the boat and bured a hole Mary Mae ami F.lunbolli Wal'.tr and thousand pounds of wool were sold TEATERSVILLL', KY. through it. fortunately n one was' Miss Lulu Uuk has returned to her visitors, Mi.isos Gertrude Wallace and this season through farmers' pools In I hurt. llarrodshurg Herald. heme in Latonia after a pleaaut visit K.tlier Schuick of Mt. Caramel 111., Mrs. Abe Hurton spent from Wedtwenty counties in Kentucky. As the A. T. Sanders bought a mule from to Mrs. ('. S. Kllis. j3sl.s Allie Iiusscll Fish and Kliza- - nesday until Sunday with her mother pooled wool was marketed ut .Mote Davis Trice 17.r. ' Age Resident Has in Madison. Miss McWhcrter is in Londo.i't,'h Itral per pound above the regular .Mr. unci .Mrs. Flute Turner enter" "' Mrs. C. M, Moberley spent part of price of 50 cents, the farmers reNarrow Escape. tained visitors from Richmond Sun- ami Wilton this week the guest of relatives and friends. last week with her daughter. Mrs. ceived about $41,500 more than unMARKSHUKY day. Johnson Speake. .Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Shepherd and I der ordinary marketing conditions. "I was at my work, my limbs le- .Mrs. 1. 1. Sanders and son BurMr. Culliver Dawes is expected to son hate returned from a w;eks visit came numb, I gut duty mid faint, my y Mr. spent Saturday netii', of Crab Orchard were with to ickitivcs in Ohio.' Sage Advice. arrive home from France this week. anil Sunday with his sister, Mrs. llobears seemed stopped up. I had been relatives here last week. Hank Dimes mijh: Think tw'ce beThe .Misses Speake of Mt. Hebron ert Whittaker. troubled will) gas on my stomach mid Itobert Little moved to Waynes-burfore peaking, tlirlco before writing .Mr. ami .Mrs. Dine Long entertain-tDoc-- i this week where he will hate spent the week end with Miss' Stella etere bloating after meals. Mr. and Mrs, Huke Preston spent and four limes before flgutlns. Cou number of friends Sunday in Speake. tors failed to help me. One dose ofi charge of, the graded school, lumbus l)lpatcli. Thursday night with their daughter; Mayr's Wonderful liemedy, recom-- honor of Miss Iva Tenter. Mrs. Morten Pollard and Mis Mite Mrs. Taylor Mrs. U. M. Burgess is in Danville Holton. Mrs. Snllie Sanders of Lancaster irended bv the corner druireist. nrov week. .Mr. llurgvs and children Sutton spent Friday, with Mrs. Mia this Making All Unreal. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Sanders mid ed a am continu - "d Mrs. I'eachie Grow of Bourne will Join her for the week end. to me. Cecil ut Danville. Insincerity In a man' nwti htart week end with Mrs. Mary A. little son, Charles spent Sunday with ing with it with splendid results." It "J'l'iit Miss Rebecca Siler of Lancaster Mrs, llervey has had as tier guests must make all Ids enjoyment, all that her inothei Mrs. Marsee. Is a simple, harmless preparation tfiat Sanders to Miss .Miss Allie llrown of Louisville and has returned after u visit ivit'i'riis h'm. ii ii in ; mi II, nt Ids Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson and! jemoes the eatarrlml mucus from Margaret Doty. Hrothcr Anderson gate two very whole life miM mtiii like a merely Miss Mattie Stephens of Danville. tlit intestinal tract ami allays the In - daughter, Ju.init.1, Mr. and Mrs. Til-- i Ilawtlwrne. Itev. J. W. P. Harvey of Harrods- - Interesting sermons at Scotts Fori; tlniinatlc r pre .Mrs. 11. J. Patrick and so' Hilly, Humiliation which causes practically ilea Hooter and daughter, Willie burg will preach at the church the Saturday night and Sunday. nil stomach, liver mid intestinal nil- - Iielle, Hunt last week end with Lex have returned from u visit to Mrs. Mrs. A. J. Harlin and two daugh- Mountains Get Joe Frisbie nt Hlooiiiiiigton Indiana. second Sunday in August. iiients, including nppeudieittx. One ington relatives Mr. uiul Mrs. Ham Aldriilge ters, Miss Irene mid Cora spent Fri-u- . (lose will ioiivIiuo or money refund'Misc Inez Kay and IVachie Mnei Protracted meeting began nt Meetings. ut dinner Sunday for Mr. Sam iy with Mrs, Silas .Matthews. It. K. MiitOHKUTS, Druggist. .Sanders and Mr. 'John ICdd Luyton ated. Mo.i.lay night llruthi" Dawes Aldridge and family of Indiana, Lancaster, Kentucky, (ndv) tended preaching at Scotts Fork Sun- of Ilrytintst ills is helping The Farmers' Community Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson mid s Brothel Mr. Aldridgo and family of Ind., Mrs. Speed Sherrow spent Sunday nre being scattered otir llw day and were entertained at dinner Kllis State quite generously. To ilate Dr. Good Work. l j Mr. and Mrs. Janus I. Sai.tlci. Mr. and Mrs. Underwood and Miss have been the guests of Mr, George with .Mrs. Len Cobb and family. meetings havo been held in Whitley. Aldridge rnd family for tevcinl days. Cynthia Pruitt visited Mr. mid .Mrs, Lewis Noel of Mrs. Pete Hastey and little son, Miss Kdua The followlng.taken from the DanItockcastle, McCreary, Waiie, Henry San-- j Underwood ut the Gibson Hospital Mr. and Mrs Messrs llobert and Leslie Clark, William spent Saturday night tind Hell. ville Messenger, will interest Dr. Green, Mercer, Lincoln, Taylor in d and Green Kstes, and Miss Virgie Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Fount anl uttractivo little daughter,' Sunday. Greer' many friends here, Marion counties. Hy August the wcrei .Mrs. Ia'hu llrown Inn nslClurk motored to Lexington Sunday I .ami. Hev. C. II. Greer, presiding elder of Daisy Ilrooks of , Hyattsville, eleventh meetings will have visited mil! l.i Mr. nnd Mrs. Kverett at the Patrick and Conn ""'I were guests of Mrs Maggie Cii ik. Anderson Bullitt, Washington, Nelson, Henry, the Danville Diutrict of the Metho- viruurs oi iir. anil .iirs. .ncte jiiii Gurage and gone to at dist Church, will soon complete his Sunday. Mr. Morte. Pollard was knocked spent Saturday night and Sunday Curroll, Oldham, Boone, Owen and Mr. Wheelers. fourth year as presiding elder of this unconscious when he fell from n barn with Mr. and Mrs. John Durham in Kenton. The week of the eleventh diutrict and under the law of his A. II. Wynn has returned from on which he was working one day last Jessamine. PAINT LICK will close the meetings in the eastern church, will be transferred to unothcr Miss Inez Kay and Mr. John Kdd end of the State with Johnson, LawHarlan where he was called by the week. No serious damage resulting King Swope was In 1'alnt Lick, on itrious Illness of Mrs. Wynu'i moth-iv- . except a badly bruised body and sore Luyton spent Saturday night and rence, Pike, Mason, Lewis and Flemplace when annual conference meets in September. He preached his last Monday. Mrs. Howard. limbs. Sunday with her elster, Mr. James ing counties on the schedule. .and it 1 rcrmon fur the locnl church yesterday is with regret that the people of Danville gitc him up. Dr. Crier and his estimable family have endeared themselves to everybody. The churches in Danville District have made wonderful progress under his administration. He has preached over 1100 sermons and traveled many miles over the district in the interest of the work. Several very fine church buildings have been erected n during the past four years and other one will be built soon at Ilry-o- f The Centenary was more anUville. than successful in this district, and much of the credit for the great growth and splendid work is due t I'r. Greer. J, D. Wynn and wife nre visiting Jjirt Harve Uil'ton was at home for in Ohio. ja few days. His maiiy friends wil. to know he is making good Richard Davis has returned from c "' wittl the Starrs Shaffer Co. visit to his aunts in Miamisburg, O. Misses Kdna Gullcy of Winnipeg, I .Mrs. W. K. Whitcomb is the guest of her parents, Itcv. and Mrs. C. S. Canada and Mary Drown of Lanca-Kllitcr arrived Tuesday to be the ftueats D- A' Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Little have mov- - f thu iMv" sis,cr' Mrs-- - I ' cov , a Otto-Dalle- g d -- 1 lift-sa- 1 i I j wen-host- s Kirks-vill- i' -' Mtet-ing- Greer's . . s ii . .. resli-ne- d book-keep- house-keepin- g The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 3 MM 1 , 1919. "Forest I. serve B.98" Or MYRTLE LEE (CoprricM. the lilt, brUnion.)vv.si.rn ptptr Pre- - United States Tores are Good Tires 'PLAN GIVEN TO DEHORN CATTLE 'Strong Clothesline nnd Clean J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. Offito Hums 8 to 12 and I I Sharp Meat Saw N Arc Among Tools Required. MEANS TO CONTROL ANIMAL "A month nt Ferodnle will fix you up Krnndly," spoke Mr. Itobert tlnr rl to his youug law partner, Leslie Trnvcr. hi utilised to you," Mild the lilt tf-r-, "but It won't do." "Why. there are only three of my five daughters left nt home now," oh served Mr. Harris with n Joculnr mlle. "Hound to give me a dig on my al tn S p.m. "I Necessary That Rope De Held by slstant So That It May De Slack- ened In Case of Emergency Where Horna Should De Cut. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST leged evnslon of the sender sext" re sponded Travers. "All that Is n Action, and besides 1 know of no brighter. kinder friends than you and yonr fam ily, but my physician has mapped out a six months' course for me, has dis covered nn Ideal environment and shall hate to net under his direction.' "Well, get cured; that Is all I wnnt.' spoke Mr. Harris kindly. lie thought the world of his young partner, who hail been his student mid assistant for five years ami hail then brilliantly won the mot Important legal battle of the year. It had been at a great cost, however. Travcrs had always been a clne student and he had thrown his full natural lntentnes Into the great eae. The reaction had come, his nerves had broken down, and tn rebuild them he must entirely abandon woik. There was hopeful anticipation In his face ns he took n train for a town two hundred miles from the city, after shipping thither trunks nnd n variety of certain appurtenances requisite for n long bachelor experience. He put up nt the hotel at Ilrompton rn-- l the next morning was called on by n town functionary. "I have my Instructions tn lnnll you In your position ns warden of the foret preserve," said the official. "Your duties will not be very exciting, although your environment will be primitive." In the official's automobile Travers was drlien along n country roail to the edge of a stretch of timber covering several hundred acres. At one corner was n large sign reading: "Koret Preserve It. PS." Here there was n small hut composed of rough boards, from the roof of which protruded nn ordinary stove pipe. "Not n very Inviting bungalow," smiled the official. "But precisely what I expected and want." declared Travers. "If you will arrange to have what I have had shipped from the city sent down here I will Install myself forthwith. The two rooms In this little shelter house will precisely snlt my requirements. I can get provisions nt the settlement, and I am sure I shall enjoy the rough and ready life." The novelty of his environment had n salutary effect upon Travers. Ills duty comprised a patrol of the reserve n day, n final one at several times night, and the direction of two laborers who trimmed the trees and cut down the dead ones. It was towanl tho end of his first month's sojourn that Travers met with n series of Incidents which ultimately changed the entire trend of his career. Twice he had seen n bent form, that of nn old man, about the center of the timber, who had mysteriously disappeared before he could come upon him, and one night n girlish figure llltted by him like the wind. Two evenings later, while he was seated reading In hit little hut there came a tap nt the window. Traiert opened It tn confront a young girl of nbout seventeen, deeply ngltnted. "Oh, sir I" she quavered. "If you know anything about sickness or have any medicine with you. I beg of you to come with me without delay." "What Is the trouble, mUsJ" ques-tinne- d Travers, nttrncted and Interested by the plcndlng face und marked distress exhibited. "It is my father; I fear he will die. Oh, sir, come! come! It Is not far." Travers snatched up n cae of his own medicine and hurried outside. He was puzzled nt hit girl guide led him Into the very depths of the reserve. As she came to a ravine choked up with fallen trees sli- - took his hand, led him through n maze he had never pone-trjte- il and Into n shelter, secret and half comfortable, where lay an old man on n bed of dried grass, Travers worked over the old man until ho had quite revived him. lie wondered how long these refugees had been thus In hiding and questioned hit right to allow them on tho reserve. The next day, however, be learned their sad story, and thenceforward was their friend nnd companion. Darius West had u claim against a valuable piece of property, had quarreled with other contestants. And In the heat of a Just battle had severely Injured one of them. They had taken advantage of this to get out a vvarrunt for his arrest. He had hurried to hiding, for once In their handt be feared they would persecutu him to the limit. Looking Into those nffulrs as an expert luwyer, Leslie Travers took up the case. Within a month he had Mr. West nnd Ids daughter, Mercedu, under safe protection and began Ihu prosecution against Ids enemies. There never was a more grutoful man than Darius West when he was awarded the fortuno rightfully his own. There was never a more appreciative being than Mercvda, and never u happier bride, when the young lawyer returned to friends and business with charming life purtner. I ' i I The Real Vhing Right Through Put United States Tires under your car and you'll find them the real thing. They're built to wear to give you the kind of economical service you want. And that's just what they do. Hundreds of thousands of regular users will vouch for that lots of them right aroupd here. There are five distinct types of United States Tires one for every need of price or use. We have exactly the ones for your car. We. know United States Tires are good tires. Haselden Bros. Garage. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville. Paint Lick(Garage, Paint Lick-fi C. P. Wagers, Kirksville, Ky. J. i Ths Garrard Ilank Officii Tin' dehorning nf riitth' 'hones Officst S. Kesidanco 37 fi. Nitlsfnctiirtly rrf"rnnil without other LANCASTER, KENTUCKY iil'linnitui or llislruimnli lluili u good strong clothesline und 11 ilrnn slmrp lui'iit nw, or u toiler raw llh n rigid burk. Tho sumo simple locum for controlling the nnlm.il I Jut in ti ( nil.lo vvhi'ii dehorning dlppem nre to DIRECTOR bo uod nt when tho horoi uro to bo ri'loovrd ulth tho suvv. Tho bond of OlhVr (Ivor National llnnk. tho unliuiil Is M'cunil to the horlrou which bold' tho ItoM.Ienor I'huno fl. Ollico I'hone 27 till mil or Mrlnet-upper ctuli of tho uliilirhloti hounK I.ANCASTKIt. KY. Tho illilnmt it iut In tho Hnurhlon In tho umiiiI iniiiiiii r ; thru ono nid of 11 honvy clothesline l iiii-- uroiind Iho .1. upper pnrt of tho link und tiod In n knot (hut will not lli. otborwlM- - It will choko tho u:, mnl Tho frvo ond Iho of Iho ropo l now rnrrlod botwii-horni, thrnuL'h tho oluni blon to Iho Kontunkv front, up nnd ovor tho horlrontnl Paint I.ick. inn bo very (I'rtiarrd ly th L'nltrd Mutes Inenl tit Agriculture.) Depart tir J. A. Beazlev M. PATRICK, Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Promptly I'hnno R. Calls Answered l)r or '(, A 317 ICI .1 NTUCKY Honaker Fine" Cut Flowers. John Head of Steer Showing Result Proper Dehorning. cf M. McRoherts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, That's why we sell them. Only What They Mignt Expect. When people who are tolerably for tunate In their outv.aril lot do not llnd In life sufficient enjoyment to make It valuable to them, tho cause generally s curing for nobody but themselves. J. K. Mill. New Definition cf Hate. The other day Mary came un on the Mirch to tell me her grievances. It seems one of the bovt of tho neleh- horhood had been tensing her nnd with Hashing eyes she snld: "I hate that Itmsell better than any boy I know." Kxchange. n become or if you srt suffering; with "Spring Fever" vou need Acid Iron Mineral to build rich, red blood. Phyiicuni presence Acid Iron Mineral because it It natural liquid iron, and will not injure the teeth or ciuie ill effects, ft is the moit powerful iron tonic known and cornel to you Juit st it ii prepared by nature in the wonderful deposits of Mississippi. Do not ronfute A. I. M. with chemically prepared tablet!. Aik for Acid Iron Mineral and do not accept a substitute. All drug stores or lent direct by FERRODINE CHEMICAL CORP., ROANOKC, VmaiNIA I tnnrblon mil, thru down undortiruih tho nook nnd up nnd ovor tho top of KENTUCKY. tin Mnnrhlon mil to nn nMunt, who STANFORD, hould bold It llriuly. Now opon tho C.IVK MK A TKIAL. Ktiiiirhlon, iiIIohIiii; tho unluml tn wltbilruir ItH lu'rnl ; thou, Lcrplru- - tho Satlsfaction Guaranteed. ropo tlfctht, p:ifi it onii' oround tho niutzlo, up mid over tho ktunrbion rail, nnd throuch to tlo front ncnln W. A. WHEELER to tho linnili of tho iKMMmit. who IkiuPI Mund .1 or I in from nf tho ii n I inn I und hold tho rojio Until)', DENTIST but tiri'tinriil to r.lfiit II ulicii Inlil . ki:ntihk tu do ho by Iho oH'rutor. Tho nnlinul i.ANCASTKit, Ih now rondy for tho ihhornliu; Ollico over Htormen Ilruic fituro. Auctioneer. ft TF your lyitem his mm liniral I r Wyoming Holds Honor. In 1S00, on the Tilth of .Tune, the lejlMature of the territory of Wyoming assed an net gratitlni In women Cumberland the right tn vote and tn hold ofn otnte fice. It was the first net ' "if'age or territory granting to women. Reason Enough. twin nephews were paid two cents n day for waking me nt 7 ench week day morning. Ono Sunday they nwakened me nt i. I protested and they said: "Wn knew you wanted to sleep, but we need the money." Chlcngn Tribune. My For Sals by all Druggists. lEHarSr KST-MJS- Croctry Co., Junction City, Ky., Wholesale Distributors. UNITED STATES RAILROAD TRATION Director General of Railroads ADMINIS- Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares are now in effect to various Summer Resorts ProAlding Attractive Vacation Trips Following arc round trip rates from Lancaster to nearby resorts (war tax extra). 15.90 Uluc ItiilKe, Ga 11.58 Diamond Springs, Ky. Gallatin, Tenn. $11.01 $ 2.70 Irvine, Ky. Maryville, Tenn. 510.20 5 8.82 Oliver Springs, Tenn 0.81 Torrent, Ky $ 1.08 Crab Orchard, Ky Franklin, Ky, $10.20 Hartsville, Tenn. $12.70 $ 3.24 London, Ky Murphy, N. C, $17.:M $ 8.40 Smith Grove, Ky. Westmoreland, Tenn., $12.71 For fares to other points or further particulars apply to local ticket nirent. Hours 8 12 a.m. 1 I p.m. 7:'.ip it Rope Held by Assistant. It N bot'oHvnry thnt tho rotio bo bold BOOKKEEPING by nn uHtnut. n In tho ovont of tho Butlness.Phonogrsphy nnlinul Ktruetfllni? ilurlni? tho nti,'ni. TYPEWrUlINOanJ tlou mi hi to throw ll lf off IH fort TELEGRAPHY or If thoro nppourx to .o daniror of lt . rhoklni;. tho mpo may bo lnrkouil WILBUR R.SK IjTH BUSINESS C0LIE3E promptly nt Iho word of tho oprrntor lit bu I tftttlkf ilMN r iw wU ' und Iho nnlinul purtly roloui-od-. Thin, ! tr " 4 ntia mri iwm 1 howovor, U lurrly norrnr), for n UijwtWII.nl II K. ftlTII.UmllM. H. kimiii u tho bond H vruroil tho oior ntor kboubl bo rr.'iil), sIiiihIIiic nt tho rltrtst idioubhr of tho iiiiIpuiI with hl SHADE TREES , und procrnl to mw on llrt tho FRUIT AND rlcbt und linn tho loft horn. It Ih ii STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CihiiI phut boforo oouiuii'Drlne tho rrnl CLIMBING VINES, work to ojporlnunt upon un unluuil SEED POTATOES, In tho nuittrr of control by tjlnj the houd to tho Htuiihlonrulluilovrlhod. RASPBERRIES, If Iho htnnchloii mil Ii too wldo tn CRAPE VINES, permit of properly niurltu; tho lowir PERENNIALS, purt hi wrll n tho upper mrt of thr IIEDGEING nnltnnl'H brad, iho turn of tho ropv nround Iho muztlo limy bo ouiltte mul SHRUBS, tho bikt lup of tho ropo curried urounil ROSES, tho Unticlili.n mil to th,. front mid to ETC. tho h:iml of the nHUtiint. Cure hoillil bo tnkrn thilt tho ropo pan LAWN nntl GARDEN. t'lich Him over the neik of tho uulmiil I ltr.l llluslr.lrd C.t.los. NO AGHNTS. vfitlf". ttjt. NOTICE ''" Anticipation. The following extract from n letter of thanks It cherished by IN recipient. The beautiful cloclt srnt us came In perfect condition, am! It now tn the parlor on top of tlr Ihhi'c helves, where we hope tn mo yen soon, and your husband, also, if Ik- cmi make It onvenlent," Itoston ri st. H.F.Hillenmever&Scns EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. s.-. KY. )u My brother wnt married young nnd It embarrassed. He went tn Inter- - Interviewing the Minister. nnd lifter tiitlrh stnrmnertn? nd many blushes, manngiil thlt Mir- Ins request: "Will you come up the hoilsi nfid Iniirrv inn nnd nn. olher girl J" Chlcngn Tribune. Origin of Blackguards. The original "blnckgutird," or more roperly "hlnck guurd," consisted of the whole body of the camp followers f mi urmy In the field during the wars f the middle uges. Many nf them hud tn do with food aud cooking, und sn they traveled with their sits, pans ml other kitchen utensils, und us, moreover, to wash while on the march was u difficult mutter. It Is easy to see how applicable the term becunie to these. They were a dirty lot and most of them thorough ruffians. w the minister relative tn tho ceri-in- v. Improper Dehorning, hlun mil l.,.i....n hornH In wiih u wny Chat It will not Interfere with I he work of the aw. Where to Cut the Horns. Tho honm Khould be Hovrred fruui n iiuiirtor to u hull Inch below ttheru tho skin Joins tho bnso of tho horn, cuttlnc from tho back toward tho front. If the cut Is miidu too hluh un Irregular. Kimrly Browth uf horn Is very ipt to follow. It will bo seen that tho point of union of tho skin und horu varies In different cuttle j nenre thero can be no rule of ex. cept us the eye becomes trulnul to see the jiolnt or lluo ut which tho cut should bo made. In the beef breeds fully one-hal- f Inch of skin, ull around U usually taken off with the liura, ' stlniK v tn tho n. Hazelwood Sanatorium for Maintained Anil-Tuln- u th Trtatmtnt of TubcrcuhtU by tbe Loulsvillo uloslj Association for the adequate treatnicnt of tuberculosis in all In itajei at leu than ail. Itatrt $15.00 per week, bond, medical stlentlon, laundry, etc. I Ugh ground extensive view. Delightful luiruundinga. Fpeclal rates for fBulJI,r. tic ttrit,at it MCrsurr, StB.,,1 ptMftlbU. Sm4 A' lUnriftna -i-V.I M f,u.u. I, CSj'f ,, (Utas (, llnilli, '", sJ.il a. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 31, 1919 31 ICZZ1C LACE FROCK IN Have Tour Tires Eetreaisd Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e cess of retrcading-n- ot can half sole-a- nd rebuild a tire at less than half price. FAVOR IN PARIS Material Is Considered One Most Important tor After noon Wear. DARK same. In no- - nolo us the Into, Die Trench woman will wear something Hint will provide n contrast ntnl tone tip the entire costume. Tin' contrasting note will lo) found usually In the hut or the innlerlnt combined with the lace. A" Muck and white It nt prevent the tnot popular eoinblmi' the imt u of of I""" ' lack tulle, either with rnwui or para' carrier the IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS rfdpt-ctc- r nt iir HIh amir tine to.Iay can b traced bark to trouble. klriner Tim kidney a art tha mott Important body. They are tha of th orKan Atterera, the purlllcra, of your blood. Kidney dlfaits. la uimally IndlmlM by wenrlnrm, aleeplfwanroa. nenrouineaa, deapondMiey, backache, atomach trou tie, pain In lotn.i and lowar aid men, tones, Kravel, rheumatlam, actatlca rnli hlumbago. und All theie dtvanfremeot ara nature' MKnalA to warn you that tha kldnya QOtAt You ahould ua nerd help. M KIM I t Haarlem Oil Capsules linme i'n people KMny fHfls It nn on. A majorttr of the dlv. SILK ORtSSES PASSE 3300 J MILES GUARANTEED s. Dram lllc. Aivloxli.iliK ami .Monte 'a rlu are prini'lpnl poliilH of Inlerevt mi the proKriitii, I'nrU. nhlili li to kii) nil of fiiidiloliiililo I'alli. hut ti lietnl.eii llilf to the xiuiirt In r'niliee. Mi It N lienMiry In follow rtu n prominent New York ilox l), writer. If one In to kep III touch with the hili- -t ileelopiiiints In dreM. L. CONN, AlHuyn on the alert. TiirN ttateliil lo the rMiei. but ninny of the best people- were iilment iiimI the lnlilllii-llifulled the ilromiiki-rul the hint moIE II 31 DC 31 IE 31 DC ment, mi that there were fewer new lllli-pit- y frofkM tluili b.ld be.-t- l experted. uioit of tin- troiihlew are over and Inter-e-tlnthe hel hoiie hnte protnNi-mid luiMirtnnt fh:ihi;e-(- . How eer, We lire lel to KIH- what the Diaw A I halites are to be. thoiiL-- a few of the model vlo miiiio linporlant ilewM and the nxiiriini e Hint whatever Uie fur the money jiiiinvi- mill rhnticei may be one limy be rertinii tioli: how much more res-loc- t I ill I they will be IllliTi-.llllThe ilegiitxe of II, e pre-wa- r s tni fully mir letlrn Is repenteilly lllellt lotieil mill yon. They liki: to do l liidli atlon that there the inori- - elaborate manner of Itnsinuss with n mini who drelns will return. Lai-e- , wiiiih hi has mi iiirouiit at the lohi; Mine Is eon idred one of Ibe ttimt Important lll.'ltl- Back & TTruil Co Giturd rhils for iifterniMiii wear. wt-rMan) ami the coin y. Ilettrr They know he I. doing business In n'Cbu.icf m hke lllellt" oil ll l.e lit die rales, but in nprn such in account even it jour atfsirs src not Urge. The plte of iiiUitm- - opinion it was noted , j- mill will grow nil right. t In" that ns the dajs pHi-,millers bad an opor!Uhlty of how-Iht- f &. new- models the lace ilress4-- s In numbers. An all line froek wiih rohtemptii-ou-- l eurtalti, referred to us ii Im-but hewrtheless the dress whs I Coed Pract ce In Banking. biter by other women. Magazine Gun Teeth. A loinl,.r I t,lio lluil In loan-IThe widely illviTtliik- - lew In The elephant ha" ln n dehllt moncv lo' iiUo ; s nhout n man's "mncHZlrii sun l.ofiiusc of rails ti the use of laee are to be II M'lllTT lines- she oflti for there Is no more dlttlcult curious fnrt that when the big Miff. I ten run the fiiinllv lliiHiirlnl tirTolt pnrhydi-roff n front tooth It I replaced by the one Just behind It. the against Iot husband's Judgment? T'n lout of tt nt sort of It Is tuinlcr t su-p- h whole row moving up n tistlh a woman You iiihv HiIiih wln-MM lhl tales .lr. continually, so ninn. I vcrv prominent she helps" n set of Jumbo always It cunrniili-.i- l I. nt til lo r (whirr dome" teeth, ho matter how tunny he wenr It. li V. Howe's Monthly. out. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any Gowns Considered Sufficiently Elaborate for Daytime Functions, If Cmbroldered or Otherwise Em. bellished, Are Pawing Out. The Danville Buick Go n R Propietor. Danville, Kentucky. Two of Ibe hmartest dressi-- s of lara nt Monle Carlo were In blaik, as were the bills whlih were worn with them. In both of theo drosses the lure l In the skirl principally and Hie was of lurfi'la with n toiuli of . 'runh-- are as prominent a" oer In the sihoiuo of the hire dresH, hut the lne rem he" utmost to the bottom of the foundation skirt. llk ilrrsse" The dark sullleleiilly for any after-noo- n affnlr If embroidered or otherwise tn be paKsin-- ; it. at least for the xummertime. Jenny use" Chaiilllly hue In a larfi nay, that I" to nay, In iiinntllli-- s ami A In lilac spate". blark sntln and v.lt dlately. Tha anothlnar. heallnK oil atlm-i- i In Leu the kidney relieve inflarnma tlona arnl deatroya the trerrnn which have caused It Do nnt until to morrow, tlo to your drutrglxt today ar It. elm on (JOLdJ MKU-VL- , Haarlem Oil CapfluleM. In twenty. four hours you should feel health and vl(Cr returning and will Mean the day you flrat heard of CO 11 MIIIMIj Haarlem Oil, After you feel that you have cured youraetf, continue to take one or two otxpeulefi each day, so aa to keep M flmt'Clwn condition and ward oft the tlamrer of other attack Aak for the original Imported GOLD MElAlj brand. Three ulae. Money refunded It they do not help you. Walnut Street. mm The Garrard Bank Check THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR i'itj Thu Chevrolet Motor Car is in every respect. IJuilt for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. An Trust Company ." summer embroidered a flesh georgette blouse with Vat lace. The hat Is maline with a robin's egg blue raffia crown a fine summer outfit. organdie skirt with PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. r We Offer First Mortgage Collateral Trust 6 Price 100 DUQUESNE LIGHT COMPANY (H4Uhstr Bonds Duo July 1. and Interest Yielding Cn 19-1- James C. Willson & Co. 210 S. FIFTH STREET LOUISVILLE. KY. Attention Lamb Shippers, To assure prompt movement of nil live tock from Contra! Kentucky points on tlu" Louisville ami Nashville Knil Komi, arrangement have just been coniileteil for the handling of live tock from stations between Kow-lan- d ami Hirlininml, via Winchester, connecting with live stock train leaving I.exinKtun nt K:.15 IV M. Scheilule is ns follows, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Between Rowland, Ky., and Lexington, Ky TRAIN NO. 70. l.v Itowhuid Ky Ky Ky Ky Ky l.v Silver Creek Ky I.v Duncntinon Ky I.v Fort Kstill P.M. Ky Arltlchmond CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 94. 4:00 1'. M. Ky I.v Iilchmond 4:30 1'. M. Ky I.v lleil House 4:45 I'. M. Ky Ar Winchester CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO. 60. 4:45 I'. M. Ky l.v Winchester 5:09 1'. M. Ky I.v Wyandotte Ky 5:21 I'. M. Lv Avon 5:20 I'. M. Ky I.vKenwick 5:55 1'. M. Ky I.v Montrose 0:30 I'. M. Ky Ar Lexington CONNECTS WITH TRAIN NO 29 Ky 1. M. I.v LexltiKton K 4:00 A. M. Ar Louisville The Unurbou Stock Y'lid". I locateil on the rails of the L. ami X. I!. H. ut Louisville, anil live stock can be placed for unloading; h"tediately upon urrlsi. thus avoiding terminal delays and enabling; Central Kentucky shippers to market their stock the day after loading. Ship your Lit. Stack la Louisville, Iho Soulh's Grst..t MsrWl. l.vviilbert l.v, Uncnster l.v. Hyattsvillc, l.v Point Leavell I.v Taint I.ick Ky Ky 11:45 12:01 12:15 12:45 12:55 1:31 2:00 2:25 2:40 2:50 A.M. I'. M. V. M. 1. M. 1. M. T. M. I'. M. I1. M. I'. M. i! This creation I. cream combination of rich lace and gold and Hat Is of chiffon. black, glased Milan, with great yel low organdie rose. . THE BOURBON STOCK YARDS. material to handle, und If used the frock Is Mire to be either a decided kiui-exor a miserable failure. Tarls l kurely correct when follow. Iuk It" usual rule of no it dolue thliiKs measures. It selects tlio by half-wawidest laces possible and drupes tbeiii out soiucthlui: ilurk to Kite the pattern the best nilninlut'e. Other models Illustrate the use of liluck und while Chuntllly, used In the same dress wllh u most refreshlni: effect. New Models Favoring Lace. ('allot, Cherult und I'lirre llullot ure all uiukliiK use of iuanlitles of lace In the summer models, width they always show In mldseuson for the benefit of their lesldent TurW clientele. French women have ulwuyt been purtlal In luce for afternoon wear and know how tn wear It to the best Where the American woman Ii proue lu place with It a hat that black hue frock by her I" typical of the prouiillm: mode iti more wa" than one. It carries the harem hem, the almost sleeveless boillre Mini the n 1st II ii,- - with the fullness nlppisl ln To hul:iriu both below and aboe. all Intents and purposes the dress Is bu-e- . In the sweo-- I with the pattern of nt; curves common to t'hnntilly. the wulst there Is ii full peplum and the sutlti I" drapisl ns h searf oer the otilv the shoulders, formlnc sleeves there are anil fulling strabrht nt the front, lenvln; an to the hem open spnee showing the lace, hoout eight Inches wide. In the center. Drapery and Plaiting. Several striped dresses In tnffetn 'have been noted thut show the slime nrrantement of drapery over the shoulder and one a bit on that order of lire Is miirvetoiisly constructed Variation I" found In the , plaiting, way the plaiting Is looped up at tin' sides s n moditted pannier effect. Across the front of the upper part the plaits are held In closely, like a girdle, and at each side allowed to fall loosely lu a large loop. Prccoll shows ii Chartreuse colored frock with the skirt draped In Chan-- I tllly und the girdle forming vvlng-llkloops nt the side, giving the desired I width. On the whole hew models are rather t scarce, suggesting that the best known makers are not averse to holding bixk as many of their creations as they i may for later In the season. Whether by accident or following Amerthe lead of Tarls, a ican designer turned out lately a harming afternoon dress of organdie and blink net, bearing out Ibe assertion that silks are no longer absolute-I ly necessary In the construction of the reception und dinner frock. The entire gown was of Kretuh blue organdie draped with the net In tunic fashion and edged with black lure. If either thl" froek or the luce frocks , noted at the races are any the chemise dress Is on the wane, for each one Is marked by a decided waistline mid both show sashes tied In huge bows nt the back. All the late models by lleer point tn .the fact that the Muring tunle over :i tighter foundation will continue In I favor. Redlngotes Are Coming Dack. Cloth dresses In nsllngote style con tinue to appear and are quite the uc- wool dresses are I " rrom this tthe Indications are i worn, that the reillugote will be among the uuttimn models when they make their appearance on this side, ltcilingotes were Introduced two or three seasons ago. At the time they did not make tiny deep Impression, but ure now rather surer of success, as any suggestion of being extreme will be out of the question, und they are undoubtedly smart. Afc the longer Jncket Is rather sure of being the proper thing this fall, one may have the same trouble as formerly In trying to tell u dress, from a coat or the reverse. All authorities agree mi fur on the wider hip line and the accentuated fullness about the hips, aud this Is to be found In the routs and suit Jackets, as well as In the frocks, where It has been seen principally so far. Jenny Is very active In turning out sulls, as It appears that the dolman and even the rape are slightly less In demand aud It Is anticipated that the ault will take U place to a certain ' extent. Testing Tea. If Jon wish to test the purity of ten take n table knife and a sheet of white paper upon which rub the ten with the knife. When the leaves are powdered the paper Is dusted clean and Mimlh'-d- . lis surfai If the ten I" artificially colored, streaks of vivid Trussluu blue will appear. The Gum Tree. The Australian eucalyptus, or, ns It I" commonly called, the gum tree, ha" been grown successfully In many countries, nnd In New- - Zealand It 1ms been found thut It" growth Is, In favorable spots, faster than In Australia, in ltrnill the authorities recognize Its value for timber. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Director Oltice Phone 18. RIGNEY and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Plume 33. NOTICE ON AND AFTER July 1st, 1919 I, or my deputy, will be in my office in the Court House, at Lancaster, to take the list of your Taxable property as prescribed by law. g citizens "that Now being good you are", I ask you to please do your duty by call-in- s as early as you can, and avoid the rush, so you can get in, within the time prescribed by the law, for listing your property. Very Respectfully, Law-abidin- A. T. SCOTT County Tax Commissioner of Garrard County. The Central Record, Lancaster SORGHUMS ARE GOOD CROPS FOR SILAGE Urged That They Be Grown More Extensively for Feed. Plants Need Lets Moisture Than Corn and In Many Sections Will Produce Larger Yield of ForageDesirable Variety. (Prepared by the rnlteil State Dernrl-rtifof AftTlrultufe) Itccnue sorghums nre piod crops to grow for silage In regions of light roln-ful- l, the United Stntcs department of ngrlriilture Is urging that they he grown morn extensively In those sections to Insure ample feed for stork. Sorghums need less moisture than corn nnd In ninny sections lll produce n larger yield of forage per ncre. When proKTly made Into silage they supply a Mimilent feed width tins a high feeding value. I'lllier the saccharine (sweet) or the nonsnrchnrlne (nnnsweet) varieties nre ucd. Of the former the orange nnd amber varieties are the most deslrnlile varieties and of the hitter kntlr, inllo, nnd feterltn nre rominon vnrletles. Ktper-linen- ts at the Kansas extterlment station show that slinee made from kntlr and seet sorghum Is nearly equal In value to corn silage for feeding rows that produce milk. Slnre the difference In the results was not great, It Is upparent that when the sorghums give a considerably larger jleld per nrre, as Is the rase In of drought, and In sections where there Is limited amount of rainfall, they are the more profitable source of sllngc. To obtain a gixsl quality of sllnge from sorghum It Is very lniortnnt thnt they be cut at the proper singe of This stale Is readied when the seed Is mature. Testing the stage of maturity of sorghum may he done by twisting a stalk In the hands nnd noting the amount of sap It contains. If- It contains much sap. thu crop Is too green to he mnde Into silage, and If put up at this stage sour silage Is sure to result, especially with the sweet sorghum, whlih Is high In sugar content. It Is better to risk frost than to put the sorghum Into the silo before mnturlty. A crop that has not been siloed beforp frost should be put up Immediatcl) after, and water should be added to keep It from becoming dry. CLOVER AS A SOIL BUILDER Fol- 1 1919. 1 "System vet By CEORCE ELMER COOD i PARIS GREEK Ntwe-ssp- 1 tCwrtifbt, lilt. my tor ttis WMttrs t'ftloa.) i DEERING AND DAIN 1 MowersI HAY i is RAKES 1 p? Dont worry with an old worn out ma- chine and lose your crop. Call 49 by phone and we will deliver you one of our Improved Deerlng and Dain Mowers. H 5 HASEUEN BROS. I a BiL "YOU'RE SAFE WITH US" strain UaTJi'faiai: MT. HEBRON laiiMw fSIa rSJli Ttfi ama mTH t!1 a I Id True Econrtny. lug withHcononiy contt n.i' i ' li .is In Using Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott is having a out needed things nil things, money liu lu I !. In tin best nice eight room dwelling hause erectpossible advnntiige. ed. Mrs. Peachie Grow Is visiting her Reasoning From Kittens. sister, Mrs. Mary A. Sanders at Little Kdvvnrd's twin sMers wep week. this being clirltenpil. All went well untl Mr. and Mrs. Willie Grow and Kdwnrd saw the water In the fonl turned to his moth daughter, Lucy, were week end visi- Then he anxiously : "Mn, which one nn exclnlmed of Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Grow at er and tors yon going to keep?" Mighty (I.ou Pleasure Hill. don). Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grow and little daughter, Felda, spent Saturday Effects of a M-- at Diet. "n rlhnglnlnns wer Tho wheat-eatinnight with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan no matih for the Itomans; near Buena Vista. (Ireoks easily overthe Mcsdames H. K. Montgomery and came the herbivorous I'erslnn, while Thos. Hicks attendede services at the s of Kngland have often Scotts Fork Sunday. proved their turnery. Yet the IlrltMi iirmy contains no helter soldiers than Miss Mattie Bourne of Lincoln Co., the .Scottish mi l Iri-l- i. to whom meat has accepted the Locust Grove school was long a luxury. and began teaching the 21st. Endurance Test. Two brothers, seven and nine, were iliii rrt ll DiT ilitlly, mid It seemed that the llule one nlunvs commenced the Messrs Houston and Spencer Scott fuss mid always pot 'ho worst of It after a weeks stay here left' Sunday and then cried over It. When asked why for their home at New Richmond, O he stnrtetl thine when he knew he was dis would net hurt, the little fellow reMr. Homer Humphrey plied; "Well, I made up my mind n charged from service from Camp long Unit- - ago thnt some day I was goTaylor and returned home last Thurs- ing to he Ms inoii.'h to whip brother, day. He had been in service over a and hon- itiu I going to know when I year and had spent most of the time am If I don't try It every day to see?" over sea. The sick of this locality are convalescing except Mr. James Hard-wicwho remains very low. Large Increases In Crop Yields low Use of Legume in South Carolina County. of Agriculture.) Clover demonstrations started rev-eryears ago by the county agent In McConnlck county. South Carolina, are beginning to show remarkable reneighborhoods In Farmers sults. where the demonstrations are being conducted are becoming Interested In (TrfpirtJ by the United Slain IXpaxt-me- Four autos of people (the family name being Hardin) came here from Marion County Friday to visit the family burying ground of their ancestors, which is on the farm now ownMr. James ed by Mr. Harry Stone. Hardwick was the only one at Bourne family and who remembered the could direct them to the cemetery. SHERROW. Mr. Ruther Sherrow aged 29 years,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sherrow, died in a hospital located near Ashville, N. C. He bad been in military service over two ..lars and was wounded on the battle tij'd. He hud spent all his life here until he enlisted In the service for his country. He was a member of the church at Scotts Fork. He was brought to the borne of his parents near Urynntsvillc Saturday morning and was interred in ML Hebron cemetery Sunday afterServices were noon at 3 o'clock.. conducted by liev. W. D. Moore of Lnwrcnceburg and pastor Uev. D. F, Sebastian. The relatives, especially the sorrowing mother and father have the sympathy of their many friends. Those present for the burial from of n distance were Mr. Thompson Atlanta Ga., who came with the body, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Teater, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Forbes and Mr. J. B. Bourne of Lancaster, Mr. E. Bourne, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Llsh Forbes of McCreary and Mr. and Mrs. Baker of WlUnore. A Fine Stand of Alslke Clover. Why you should use Cardui, the woman's tonic, for your troubles, have been shown in thousands of letters from actual users ol this medicine, who speak irom It personal experience. the results obtained by other h omen lor so many years have been so uniformly good, why not give Cardui a trial? this legume us a toll builder. On one demonstration farm, when the work was begun In t'JH, the nvcrago )h'ld of corn was ten bushels an acre and 500 pounils of tottoii tin acre. The next year corn whlih followed clover mudo IS bushels to the litre, nnd during thu following year cotton which followed clover produced l.l!t( tiounds an acre. Ijist year corn which followed clover made 40 bushels nn ucre and cotton 1.000 pounds an acre. CORNSTALKS AS Take FERTILIZER CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, ol Vs., writes: "About It years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, headI ache, numbness would go for three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband went to Dr. for Cardui . . . After taking about two bottles I began going around and when 1 took three bottles I could do E-all my work." Estimated Value Is Placed at From Five to Fifteen Dollars Per Acre Save Them. Cullen, It Is estimated that the fertilizing value of cornstalks, when they cannot bo fed, is from live to fifteen dollars per acre, according to thu quality and conditions obtaining In the Hill. At presenu prices of fertilizer u conservative average would be ten dollars. CROWDING IN ... HOT WEATHER Coops Should Be Open Enough So That They Will Bo Cool Keep but Few Chicks In Coop. Chicks are us likely to crowd In the coops when the weather Is hot as they are when It la cool, particularly If frightened; therefore but few should be allowed In each coop, and the coops should be open enough so that they will bo cool. sun that Is the essence of all business success, Kinmple: Ids forDnvld lllalr; demonstration tune. Tin jenrs ago he wns running nu Indifferent grain mill feed business, lie went Into real estate, pnrtlculnrl) He binned it little monsuhdltlstons. ey on ndtantngeous terms result : wcnlth, luxury, a safe old nge." Acton Keane listened ntti nihil? and said nothing. From what he hul heard. Pntld lllalr was n skinflint, loan shark and hard master to hate as a creditor. However, Acton did not venture any criticism based on hearsay. Oeflultely one thing he did know: Iltulr had n daughter, I.tirlla, so lovely and angelic thnt Acton cherished her occasional Kinlles ns If they were priceless Jewels. "Itlnlr and I lire old friends," proceeded Acton's father. "You. Just nut of college, hardly know utuit to turn jour htuul to. Start In h sttnhlng bus. Iness ways learn the s)tem thnt has made lllalr successful. He Is willing to take joti Into his senlce ns n sort of right hand man." 'Tin ngreenhle," said Acton. "When do I l.eglnj" "Right nwn?. Itlnlr Is expecting ou." It wns all nrmnged forthwith. Acton was elated oter one fact only his new connection wllh I'mlil lllalr might bring htm lulo faor wllh thnt austere person ami tiiuke his charming daughter more neccssllile. Acton had ueter callisl at the house, nor had nn? other Joung men that he knew of. He hud met I.llclllt i)Ulle Intlilenlally In the woods. They hail m ut tin J-- attructisl one another. Their meetings were t landestlne, hut there wns no other wh) for the Innoi-en- t ouug souls, under it strain of fear of the t.trant father. As to the sjstelll. within H week Ac-tu- n abominated It. The great admiring public looked only at the dazzling dol In rs of Iald lllalr. Acton saw- - how they were acquired. The mnn had a Ills soul of hard. Impenetrable Hint. clients mid tenants were mostly of the poor working class. Whenever he s leased inin of his riunshurkly or sold one on Installments or loaned money at eitortlonate rate, he required and held fnst to all hard Interest terms and security offered. Wim' lietlde the unfortunate and debtor who missed the prescribed day of payment! Several tlme.s Acton was left 111 sole charge of the olllce. He hated the task, he upbraided his better self for He fairly wrllhed engaging In It. when, one day, from nn Inner orlice thucklngly estlmaltsl that David lllnlr lie had secured a valued ndjunct In he joung man who coldly treated all the pathetic nppnls of a jsvor worn-;l- i who pleaded for another inonlh to it nke up delinquent rent. The soulless mail did not know that Acton had secretly whispered to the weeping woman that he would call np-her that evening. It was to loan her money personally and win gratitude nnd blessings. It got to lie s., that these henevo-len- t actions of Acton well nigh all he fnrntd. One day he came Illce to be confronted h.v Into II lllalr In n hot tit of rnge. The Intter benefactions heard of the had of his employe, his treacherous system! of the "You have demoralized my clientele." he charged wralhfiilly, "ou hnvii sent some of liiem to my competitors nnd oil hare been clandestinely meeting my daughter. '!o!" And then a strange thing hnpiM-ntsl- . There was a vengeful, brooding man whom Ill.dr bad squeezisl down to n point where he had lost home nnd position. One evening while lllnlr was on n collecting tour at the most of bis tenement, this in.in confronted him In nn empty suite, lie told I'.lnlr what he thought of hlni. then be pounced lism him and gave htm the drubbing of his life. Ilrulsed, bleeding, half dead from the terrible rnstlgutlnn, Oavld lllalr lay In nn empty room on the baru He floor of the wretched apartment. wns too weak and sore to move. Front another room there wns borne to h's enrs the conversation of n group of denizens, lie heard them descant iih on the noble charity nnd helpfulness of Ills discharged young employee, ,he writhed ns they berated the selll-hwicked wiles through which he, lllalr, hnd robbed the lMir nnd had crushed out nil their happiness. He wns brought to Judgment, Indeed; for the first time In his life he wiw the light. He saw It so clearly thut when hours later he crept from the cheerless pnt, David lllalr had promised his trembling, craven soul thnt he would atone for all tho evil ho had done, and, a changed man, tho very next day be And began the duty of reparation. this was how tho example of Acton Dcanc brought about n great reformation and It was through the same that he won his peerless bride, Luella. Rural Dellcscy, Don't you think we ought to return some of the things we've borrowed? Ills Wife Well. I wouldn't like to offend the people who own them. They might consider It a hint thst we want our own thing back. Iloitou Subbubs "Sjsicm, i I I (!) 50cts a Pound. SEVEN BUSHEL BARRELS OF i I 4 I I SALT $3.50 A BARREL i ! ! Special Prices on all -I ?! AUTO TIRES BECKER BRYANTSVILLE, I (!) I I ! I and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. I 1 I ! Chicory. In seme parts of itti' Provlnco yield oi South Afrlcn, Iil.nr gives per itf.i .1 haniieshuri J'.'.'JI to $."l the i hlef markt I. Floor and Walls. The tbolce of thsir covering Is affected hy so many conditions Hint It Is not easy to l.ty down any definite Itugs und citrM-trn' s ns guides. should nlwn?s h.. ns Incnuiiplruous as p. They must bltsid with the w ills nint furnishings or nn otherwise li I'llful room will prove iinplensiint 1 live In. The less pronounced th" 11 s.r of the room, the better and inoro re tful the combined effect. New Definition of Hate. The oilier tin? Msry enme up on the Mirch to tell me her grievances. It seems one of the bojs of tho hnd been teasing her ftii-with flashing cjes she said: "I hnln Itnssell better' I linn nny Niy I Hint know." Kirhangc. Wortt Enemy ef Birds. The great horned owl Is the worst wl fftmllv s n destroyer ot ti gt toe mid stiilir). He even rxiendt Ms ileprislnllons in ruhtills nnd olhet f' nlilmnls, nnd If he dlscov rs the sbeptug plnru of u covey ol pnll he will rlcnn them trp to the Ins) bit!. Summer Specials Refrigerators, IcePeamiFreesers, Water Coolers, Lawn Mowers, Coal Oil Stoves That do not heat your kitchen. Cheaper than coal. W. J. ROMANS The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 3 PROTECTING HORSES After you eai 1 , 1919 I 5 alwiyi tak . FROM STABLE FLIES W Portrait By WALTER J. DELANEY -J dCtuy FWfef. Stops food fourlne Trrwatln, and all stomach mlaariea. Ail. Jiinlii eW eiwjilll. Kes eteraacli IniUntlr relitTcs HMitban, MaU en yarn AOMwma Source of Keen Annoyance to Animals In Hot Weather. Moit Logical Method of Abating Nul. aance la to Eliminate AM Breeding Placet Coal Tar Spraya Are Recommended. 'Prepared l.r Hi DddgeBrother5 MOTOR. CAP I (CotrrHht, 111, kr the W.il.rn Usloa.) Poverty had been bad. slckne-nurse, stranded, pennlles In a rrrnt rlty, the seeming rrlili of nil fortntip nni to Walter Itlls hut ni noililng fompared with the mcntnl suffering that had come nbout through what makes most souls huoynnt and happy It. t McROIlKRTS. Lancaster, Ky, ttnllxl Pl.t.. of ArTleulturr.) Depart-in- t . I HIiiMb film nre ii source of keen In work animal during IIih t nf Mimini-r- . NEW FARM BULLETIN 'iii j tli." welfare (if (lip ilumli beasts ii t t flu. ulil strive to alleviate ni fur Kvery owner who has hue. A slrnngp fate seemed to haio formed the pmhltlniis young nrtlt. Hp cine to Chicago believing that nil kinds of opportunities would develop for brnh and pen. Hli letters to Ids f'Mer Until became more brief, and occasional. Dispirited and unable ti 'eeitre even the necenrlei of life, l!lif win taken III, dwindled to a mere liimow In n hoipltnl. nnd. weak nnd 'lurlllen, tramped the streets, n sad parody as n enlivnlerent. Hp stood looking Into Hip nlmloiv of an Intit-lo- g teMnurnnt at the sumptuous fnro when n friendly linnd giap-i- ; his sholudrr. 'Why, IIIInI" fell ujion his hearing. "The lint tlmp In three yean! I say, Hhiit In the uorld has hapirned to J mil" Whnteier It n, Hugh Wonlen that poverty had something to In Willi It. He led his old college elm n Into Hip plan- - of feasting. ltlli wltli what ivni most hh p tUtng. .Sow then," Iip said, "tell lis nil iit i.i.t It," and with sympathy and genuine Ititcrp't W.irilcli INtelied to the recital. "We'll mend till this," he pnxhilm-p- ! I.pnrtlly, "Luck has trentiil me better. (ienennii hearted. Impulsive Hugh Worden nteant pvery nord he said. Within n eek Itlls found htm. lf In n pretty studio with two II It g rooms adjoining. "I nm going to Introduce you to n Kva Illinois tomorrow," said Mis Worden one day. "You arc to paint her portrait. "That Is your flanceej" nsked IHNs. "Hardly that. She Is n young lady I think n great deal of, nnd who I believe likes me. I went to her parent' when I knew that Cupid had delivered n fatal dart. Neither her fa ther nor mother discouraged me, hut I they Insisted that no actual engagement should materialize for n year. I want to prevent her portrait to her mother on her birthday." Kva Dubois flashed upon the vision of Pllss the following day, a mnrv.l of loiellness and grace. From Hip llrst moment he realized that the Impression made upon him by this fairy last-- I creature would remain while-lif- e ed, There were n number of sittings. I Sotretlmes Worden was present The outlines nnd main essentials of the I pot trait were secured, miss was to have n month to All In details, lie had sent for his sister Ituth, nnd one came, a sweet, busy little bedav ing, delighted to reach Hie acme of hrr ambition as houiekeeper for her Idolized brother. Worden was there when Ituth nrrlved. Itllss found out n little later that Worden made all kinds nf excuses to visit the studio after that. Later, passing one of the living rooms of the suite, ho wns amazed, confounded to overhear Ituth and Worden In conversation. Their tones eernest vi re low nnd loving, nnd Worden was telling his companion how fervently he nnored her. IllKs had Just completed the portrait f MM Dubois nnd It had heen framed cud sent to her home. Only an hour, pevlous Worden had told him cheerily: "Ka l nnxlous to have you call nnd decide on tho best light position for Hie portrait." ltll.s wn In n ferni.nt. The apparent of his friend, the fact that his sNter had seemingly n fallen In love with him, the sad that he wns about to see Miss depre-'Mt- l Dubois for the lat time nnd eruheil him. ltyn sen nut he was shown Into the room at the Dubois home In Mhlch stood Hip portrait. With deep emotion llllss ilewed the picture. Ills soul was In his cies. his entire oe that of a person struggling with emotions of no ordinary nature, nnd so Kin Dubois construed the presentment us she entered the room. "Will you kindly go to the library and see papa," spnko Kva finally. "He will explain some matters to you appertaining to the picture better than I. And I will wait for jou here." There wns added to the strange events of the duy n final amazing disclosure for the joung nrtlt. Sir. Dubois (old hlui that he wUhed to pay for tho portrait, as Hugh Worden and his daughter had decided to terminate their quasi engagement. "A good fellow, Worden," spoke Mr. Dubois freely, "hut he seems to he surer of n new attraction than my daughter, who, while a good friend toi in. seems to have been that only." Kvu Hushed when IIII.s came buck t her. Neither referred to Worden ori Ituth. Kin Invited llllss to her moth-- ' er's birthday party. She scenied to en- courage the devotion ho felt for her. i He sjioke to Ituth nnd he had a plain. clear talk with Worden, hut tho latter was so deeply In lovo this time that nothing would do but a speedy wed ding. And, agreeably and willingly. both llllss nnd Kva wero present at the ceremony, and when they parted that night Wultrr llllss fully knew that he wns the real first love of the original of tbu beautiful portrult. : t t plan-s- , surh ni manure piles. should I,.- - kept n pit-- , or IiIiih unlll fin-t- Mm.- - ni It rim Iip . Moru than JO farms IiiiiiIhI to Hip flclde, (Jet jojr name on our inalllnr. t IH,lil he list it once. Inrntol si, th,. munurp at be thrown In nt Hip time Semonin - Goodman "f i leaning iiinl mi imiMructcd Hint It Incorporated in hp readily reinmi-d- . It . ri- t al Hint files lip pretentod from reaching Hip tnnniirp. Iiut, ns mump of Hipin Louisville, Kentucky mil, tlidiich cri-n- t ear.- - l exir-LeIt . ndilaahle to plnrp 11 Ily- ' trnp on Hip pit. ANGUS-LAN- D Hie ouil-in- r M"iys tited In romhat-In- g Hip fly In Hip iliilry stable ore n iiImi iillrii-ti- t In driving Hip winged i uny from tin- - hnr.-i- . Anions Hip best of these Ih ii solution of KM part, of llli nil, .rim purls of oil of tar. iiihI I pnrt of crude rnrhnlle nclil. It may be pr.pnre.1 nt home at n rot of nlHiiit touts n gallon. This spray, Registered Aberdeen An- as n oil ns omul. too nml nth. r fly rrpellnnts containing ronltar gus Cattle for salcfanytlmc products, oil, resin, nml oil of tnr, i applied lllier few ittiy nUe Also rffji:-ler- ni aro pump. It with ,m fpriiy Ii prefprnlilp to give l'nliiiiil China Hoils. II iji type the horse- - n tinny .praying early each morning l..fiire tlo-- go In work. ThU A. D. BRADSHAW, lirlinr. from Hip ue nf the fly i WALKER BRADSHAW. Torrmlliiitor. romfort of tlip wort Phone No. 66. unlmnli uli.-- tln-- rump from Hip Held UmciiMcr. Ky lit nlclit It ii'comiiii'inN-i- l Hint after Hip Imrni-i-- i li.n .ppn rnmovril rnfh nnlmnl lip clvi-n hponro hath with JUDSON. of itx-- l m water. In rnne tlierp are inly work cnlli or nhnuliler , Min-nHiop Injurli-- i nhoulil Iip trratml Mr. IIukIi Simp.on continues very Hllli uliltp lotion, nhlrh l one of tho ill. mmt lieiillnc nml ooHilncprfpanitliini In. Hobcrt Simpson who has been of H klnil for iiv In Harm weather. very sick is better at this writiiiK.Mr. nml Mrs. Kelix Ijinc spent SunSTORAGE LOSS OF POTATOES day with Mr. nml Mrs. James Foster. Homer Hill has returned from over Farmeri and Dealert Aro Preventing CHIROPODIST at Juilson. m'u anil is visitini; frit-nilEnormout Waito by Building Mr. anJ Mm, Milo Simpson spent More Improved Houtet, l'riilay with Mr. ami Mrs. Jas Foster. (ITn'itM hy Ih tlnltfil Ktatrs Dfput-inrMls Virginia II. ltay spent Saturof Aicrlrultur.) Iinirtancp of miMlern Hwcet potato day with her sister, Mrs. C. It. Nay-lo- r. ftoniKP lioiiv-i- , urli ni limp heen hy tin- - Unltpil StntPH ilppart-meMr. nml Mrs. William Itlack spent of ncrli ulturo. In whlrh potatoei Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Tom Polrun ho kept with priictlcally no Ion. Ik lard. houn hy Hip enonnoui uute rvautt-In- s Ollicc Friends are ;lad to know that Pvt. from Impmppr torni:p. South Homer Humphrey has returned from overseas. Miu Hernicc I'ay spent Tuesday Gilcher Hotel, with her cousin, Miss I.ovie Ilrown of Iluckeyc. Mrs. John Simpson spent Monday Danville, Kentucky. with her daughter. Jits. Cronley Hardwick. ) Mr. nml Mrs. Melvm 'Parson entertained n few of their friends Thursday evening. Mr. ami .Mrs, Virgil Wallace of Lexington spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Andy Adams. Miss Macic Walton spent last week with her sister, Mrs. William Uroad- - Now Ready For Dittribation ' Hip hor.os nrp Hie moat loglcnl mrlhnd of nbnllng Hip fly tiul.iinrp Ii to illinlnalp nil .M.itmri- possible the dlcnmfnrti to whlih 4aaPaaaH will be sold in Lancaster 'STOCK FARM and Garrard County exclusively by fi KINNAIRD BROS. Lancaster, Ky. dus at Richmnnd. Mrs. William Spoonnmorc nnd Thursday with her parents, Mr1 nnd Mrs, Henry Crimes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kason, Mrs. Cecil Doolin spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. William Ilakcr. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kay gave a A. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky, very delightful Fish Supper to a Tuesday night. BRADSHAW MILL. Mr. 0, N. Hay was called to the Miss Nancy R. Pearson spent the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Larkin week end with Miss Linda Sanders. Hicks, of Urodhend last week. ! Private Walter Hume who has been Mr. and .Mrs. U L. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson made a pleas- in France is home as all are glad to know. ant trip to Cincinnati Sunday. Mirs Charlotte Ashill who has been Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson of lEichmnnd were the guests lust week visiting Miss Linda Sanders returned home Sunday. Mr. Floyd Snyder ac of Mr. and Mrs. Kobcrt Simpson. Haybum companied her home. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Miss Charlotte Aabill, Mr. Floyd day with Mr. and Mrs. James Foster, burn spent Saturday night nnd Sun-an- d ( Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Sanders M;sses fiencva and Kuthryn Hay- - and daughter Miss Linda, spent a Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt Simpson en- most delightful day at the family re I tertained nliost.of friends Sunday in union near Moberby Thursday. An enhonor of her SStli birthday. joyable day was spent nnd friends departed wishing here many more happy birthdays. Bourbon Poultry Remedy Messrs James Kason, Ollie and CURES Daniel Muck had n narrow escape drinking mto iitN f ULV LQ4 prevents wnite Saturday afternoon when Mr. Kason diarrhoea, chol.rm and other chkk lost control of the car which ran into dliMtet. One 60c bottls make. 12 gallons of medicine 1'lnt boUls. the fence in front of T. S. Hcndren'a. rnca $1.20. makes 1 aallona. At druineliia, or sent or rail pwipaiM. Luckily no one was hurt but the car Oourbon Remedy Co., Lealnfton, Ky was badly damaged. HHWMimMIMWW Dr. J. W. WEBER FOOT 00CT0R OncDrop f; 1 x'eSfrS? w Southern Optical Co. 0 Manufacturrra of Perfeet-Fittln- ... lllfocul : 5 Interior of Satisfactory Potato Storage House With Earthen Side Walls. In Carolina In I'.H", iiut- - of dln-nsI he Held nnd In storngp, Imt GO per cent of ItH eroi that portion being mined at $l.tlsU0. This state produces nbout 12.5 per cent of Hip meet itntoes raised In tho Unlte.1 Stiiti-x- , nnd t ho crop ranks: , fourth In the state In value, being nur- paused only hy cotton, corn, nnd tohac-ro- . Storage loc-throuch tho South , reduced, n tho farm-rr- i n being nnd dealers an- - continually build- - ' Ing both community and Individual of tho Improved type. Htonife hoin-e- SPECTACLES AND 1 EYE GLASSES t l' FARM for SALE I am in position to offer you privately one of the very best farms in Madison County, located 8 miles from Richmond on good pike, good new six room dwelling, new stock and tobacco barns, housing room for 25 acres tobacco and land now cultivated to nil, 90 acres corn, 30 acres meadow, about 300 acres excellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything in fine state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for January 1st, delivery. If one or two good men want to buy a farm that will make money and one that is now ready to plow, call or write, or come to see me and I will show you something worth while. Kryptoks t I I J IniUlhlp Artificial Eyes Una $ z 4th & Chestnut Sta., LOUISVILLE, KY. The undersigned hereoy give warn-n- g to all persona not to trespass upon sur lamb for any purpose whatever i Stnniiro left In the onen yard through ' I M wo will proiecuto all ollendcrs to the smnnier months may loso one-hal- f HuntIhu fullest extent of the law. niliie due to fermeuta- Is plant-fonUntied manure er nnd fishermen especially tnko lion and nhlrh has been saved carefully will notice. plant-fooelements, ton R. L. Elkin, bo richer In Mrs. Cora Phillips. It refor ton, than fresh manure. Mra. Kmnia . Daniels, I res one and one-hal- f to three tons in It. U Arnold. of fresh immure to make n ton of rot' Mrs. Saruh J. P. Hackley, ted manure, which Is reduced greatly Mrs. Kinma lllgginbotharo, md tho total quantity of plant-fooKdd mid N. 1). Pricn. element" also Is decreased by ferKxeept In S. C. I!lgby. mentation and exposure. ipeclal ruses and for rerlaln crops or I). M. Anderson. iirdenlng conditions, there Is no adIt. I- - Darker vantage In roltllig ho manure; betH. I Kclley. ter apply It fresh from tho stable J. C. Rltiby. toy loss occurs. POSTED LOSS OF VALUABLE MANURE of Plant Food Valuo Lost f When Left In Open Yard Dur. Ing Summer Months. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. eoa-(SO-f The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday July 3 CURING HAY BY 1 , 1919 BLACK IS USE OF TRUCKS Simple, Cheaply Constructed Devices Arc Quite Effective. SIMILAR TO ORDINARY RACK BIG AUCTION h WINNER It is generally conceded that Governor James D. ner of the democratic nomination for Governor in the August Primary. The people are for him. He is the logical candidate. His great service to the ticket in 1916 should not go unrewarded. He is 10000 votes stronger than any other candidate. In 1915 he reduced the republican majority in 155 counties in Eastern Kentucky, nearly ("COO votes. His majority over his opponent was from 1000 to 8000 more than the majority of the other members of Black will be an easy win- Protection Afforded From Moltturo In Ground and Canvas Cover Pre. vents Injury From Rain Considerable Labor It Saved. (Prepared liy tho ttnttnl Slntrs Depart mnt of AKrlcultiir-- 1 ) A new inetliiHl nf nirliiR Iinjr mill I'fTwtUcljr, even under niMitlier rnndltlimi, MiifiiwiruMi I' tnnili K)llile liy the iw nf liny trucks, 'ttlilcli lire simple, ilii'iiply ciiiistrilcMnl liilinr-xntliiili'Wrrs similar to ordinary hay rnck. , hay truck consists nf n friiiuiviintintcil tin two liiw wheels. A miinlicr of tlicm an placed ahmit tho llehl, and an- - iiei to stuck the partly rured hay n. The hay Is thus prntiH-tefront moisture In tin crotind, and a ciiiiyiis cmor present: Injury When the hay Is In be from rain. hauled to tin- - barn or baler no reloading Is nccessnry, for the team can ho A 11 The Jolui Of 10:00 A. M. I SALE Poor the ticket over their respective opponents. He is the best campaigner, the best debator, the most pleasing speaker, by far, of any candidate offering for Governor on the democratic ticket. In him. Democracy has an invincible champion. Will Farm He's a Winner Vole For Him and Democratic Success in November! 450 Acres Lying: on both sides of the Lexington THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. UMwl j! turnpike, near Bryantsville, " li " if 'I ! i !! ! Capital 450,000. Surplus 4.30,000. 1' I i: Monday.Aug RAIN or SHINE This sate will last but 50 minutes so be on hand promptly at hour advertised. A. K. DENNY, I'resi.fcnt. J. K. STOKMES. Vicc-ProC. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier .1. R. HAKKIS. Individual Book-keepe- r. HUGH J10BI.EY, General nook-Keep- Main Frame of Truck (A), With Rack Indicated by Dotted Linea. Safety Qeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. (I. B. Swinebroad, Alex IE. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Sturmes. S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. JI. Elliott, Director. Representative Spring Suits BiK These trucks hitched to the truck. enn lie HMtl to HiluiutiiKe when bounil pralu fro.n the roln unund for til It I' reaily to b thru-hcIiaullnc to the silo. etc. It Is estimated that a trurk and the necessary ennvas l feet by H feet) costs nbnut SIS). How the Truck Is Made. A bay truck 12 feet Inns by 7 feet to ... wide will hohl about t.M pounds of eureil bay. It consists of a ruck which rests on an frame. At the rear, Hi" frame Is sii- imrtisl by two 10 tn 10 Inch wheels'' t ..1 t HttCCl uuoul t in'l .I'Jiii tk ..n.l The front Is kupportisl by a fl by wniHleti block nf Milllrlent lencth to bold the trurk level. This Is known u.s and Is fastened by a heavy the trlCK'-rbolt between the two main frame timbers near where they come topether. Vprlcht standards air placed at each pos. end nf the frame In an tlon. At the top nf each stuuilurd a U by 4 Inch notch Is rut to receive a rldce Iile that Mipisirts the cuntns roverlns and keeps It from lying Hat on the hay, thus permitting the air to circulate freely at the top. The truck-I-s mows! hy means nf a IMmrse team running gear, slmlliir to and a the front running geara nf a wngnn. This gear Is attached tn the front end nf the truck by means nf a loug clevis pin, and when the team starts the fnrwurd movement ' ciiiHis the trigger to trip und drag j cm fhe ground, the weight nf the bmd being thus shifted to the running L'Kjn reurhlng the barn or gears. baling machine the team Is backed a step or two. which causes the trigger ... l..l.t .....11... ....! . 11 IlIKi III! Iltl.ll, ruin sllliliort the front end nf the! load. How to Use the Truck. Hay may be prrtly cured before it Is placed on I lie truck to avoid danger i from heating und semiring. It Is lie. tliu nf Islrahle tn doon u last third or fourthcan- trurk under u 1WUS1C f5y EXCEblsENT 13AND FREE Valuable Presents and Souvenirs. OWN YOUR OWN HOME! Simply its an imliicumtjiit to tsccurt! a law attendance anil to create .some fun and amusement, miiiKliiiK pleasure with liusiness. Valuable Souvenirs and away FKKK, intl whether a buyer or merely a spectator, presents will lie your chance at the presents is the same, if you are on hand promptly at 10 a. in. TERMS VERY EASY! These tracts will be sold rijiht on the k round so you can see what you tire buyins,'. and UKMIOMIiKK, there will be no at this sale. We have been in business 10 years, and we have sold laud from the Great Lakes to the (itilf. in the crowd. In the past yon have and never yet have we placed a bought land at the owner's price; at this sale, you make the price, let the owner make or lose. The opportunity of a lifetime for a safe ami conservative investment and AT YOUR OWN PRICK. "YOUNG MAN, OWN A SPOT OF GROUND Carnegie. SOME-WHERE- !" No one will disagree with us when we say that Real K.state is the Root of Riches, the basis of all wealth, and is positively bound to increase in value; millions of people belli"; 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 Karth, and create a competence for your old ajjoV Or if you are already beirinninj; to travel down the shady side of the span of life, look back and think, if you had only fcdlowed the rule of putting all your savinxs in tlirtV Do not say, "I'm too old ;" many a fortune has been made in real estate after a man is seventy. 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 got any size tract you want: THAT: thoughts arc-- turned lowurd Easter now, which Is tli same thing as sajlug all thoughts are turned toward new millinery and new- - suits for spring. It is a delightful custom that Invites us to put on new up pure I In honor nf this Joyous f est I v ill. Certainly nothing helps more to Impress In .significance' on children and joung people than the pretty Hollies Hint give them so much Innocent pleasure. As for women, tin' Instinct to dress U us deeply Implunted In them us tin Instinct for home or children. The most Important lUiu of tho spring wurdrobe is the tailored suit, the character of dress that should be worn on Kinder day. It Ij not so easy to maku u selivtlnn this spring because of the diversity u' styles und muterhiN lliut have been lireseuteil by those who create suits. For once lit Hie history of tailored suits serge Is chosen less often thuu other wcuves lu wool, such as tricot, du?etyn, jersey und some mm Hy cloths. And uguln wool by no means bold the undivided attention of suit iintkeni. New weaves In silk und liber silk, materials that ure mixtures nf generous silk and wool, come In for All This farm is and always has been, n good producing one and, a maker. share of attention. A scarcity of wool In wartimes brought these new fule rlcs for suits Into the foreground. Hut the dhcrslty In materials Is us nothing to the diversity lu stjles, except Hint skirts are uniformly loiu and ci hi I h generally short, suit Mjlcs They runge hate little In ouiiiion. from perfectly Ktriilt'lit-lli.mndels, through seml-llltccoats, to the Bus-slu- n Mouse, Some of the coats are helled anil mini)' of them ure nor. lirtilds ure ticil freely mid buttons well represented, but there are braid-les- s und liuttoidess models Hint ure quite as smart and correct, . The waistcoat must be given special mention because It Is uHractlug us much uttentinn us suits Hiiin-ilvi'ami presents us wide u variety In materials und decuratiou. The tun Hills pictured, iiiiinug many aspirants fur fanr, are enrrect as tn length of skirt and coat, and eacli Ik provide J with a little waistcoat or vestee. In dclulls of furnishing they differ, und in style one Is a blouse und tho oilier snnlfllted. money K Side View , A THAT: the terms on this sale are the easiest we ever heard of, pay for the land after the first payment is made; fi long years to THAT: (B) Showing Trigger and Position of Wheel. vus cover, where It is protected from the sun and ruin. When the yield ol liny Is light. It is a good plan to mow I it In the morning, rake It In the nflir-linoand put It on the trucks lu the evening nr pelt morning, lifter Hie dew Is off. When the yield Is ubnve u ton per acre, Hie bay should be mowed In the morning, tedded the neit laoinlng und raked in the windrows hefiire mum, where It should be allowed tn He for about two hours before put on the trucks. The use of the buy truck effects a considerable saving In labor over the common method of cocking und load-InIndeed, from the cock by band. the hay truck method reaulres even less labor than that of curing la the cock und hauling to press, stack of J I baru with the push rak. Those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own theso tracts, three years from now will be crying that old song "if 1 had only bought at the John Will Poor Sale see what it would be worth today." WATCH THESE TRACTS INCREASE Hut will you stand and watch the IN VALUE. other fellow reap all the benelitV (Jet in on the ground door 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. The UNITED EE ALT Y LEXINGTON, KY. GO. O. T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 3 1 . 1919 o4 Loyal Friend 1 In mm rr&ni it;? runic Imck," nml Wnrrcti of .Ia: nliotit n perfect n Inllilellp prrfeetlon in one seei In n W. J. ROMANS LANCASTER. KY. Inj'n Jourriej--. swunc free from ttm rlnp of n eln-- o frleml. IIm wuf n fine rli'iinnit. enercetlc mlel of tnniillhi'ts nml Urnictli, '"trnlclit tin nn arrow, V All of its goodness I! He lunl nli lie n lieiileil, wlilrli I Hie truth Ihileiil, nml n ronrep- sealed In jllnil of the fnrt hrentheil In every mine- Protected, preserved. ,inent of hnvte utiil resolve. Wnrren wn one of tlioe forttiu:ile fuvorltet The flavor ileMlny nf lm liml lie,.n left more than rnniiih to lle on. He wn? nlnayi mi i.v the lmiM' hrlk!;. iintlrliii; nml full of lm. hut It ai nil In the line nf en-J'ljliic hlmelf. I'Wilnc. huntluz, nw and SURE tomolilllni:. h nilmltleil Hint liU life n rnlher nn hlle one. hut now that 10 In friend WRIGLEV'S. n In trouhle, tiiilily In in ierll, eiery nerve In hl hoily re- nn.'el to the rnll to pure, true frleml- look hlp i.ml lojnlty. j tlnre while In rolleee Aeton Hurt ' hnil rlkei hl life for him nml Wnr- name-t- he ren never forKot It. He lincl not seen ) hit ehiini fnr two yenr, hut Name in Goody-Lan- d. when thnt ilay he lenrnoil that Hie joune lawjer. In Hie nihNt nf n lnw- le otuniinilty liml hwn klilnnpeil, hH j whole licliie pninc Into netlnn. Tonng Itiirl liml heeotno the rhnintilnn and lender tn the lnw nnd order croup nt j Vnnehoro. He had heen fnremot In tlchilni: the imtrnt element amnnK the hllN. who were either tmonh!ner, hiimllts or riMler. He hml heen In- trumentnl In cndlns n partleulnrly tmi DtDcrri r.ttM r if HX much nml rendy coterie to the The collencnet of the lnttcr Hind uom revent-e- . Atiout to nhaii-(to- n irolTiilty to Wiiynevhoro, It w.m reolii1 to drive them frnni the jdWrlct, the outhiw lind elted the ruling ml titrate tf the hetlrr clui nnd thud cnrrled hltn nwny to Mime remote nnd ecluditl lair. Wnrcn itrrlted at Vnjnehoro nml nt once oucht out the Hurt home. He found lite nped pnn-nt- J of Acton howed tlown with ih. nnd crlef. They lind To Clean Cnu Castings. 0,ry' Making All Unreal. lienrd n word of their oP, .There I. little In the tl ry thnt If flr Creenl'w-rFloor ;?J Walla. Urn!! ri."ih he l"ttfi"l In n From the Hub. In h mnn' own r for(n,d. T!" cltolce of Hour covering Is nf-- f. A Hits' it, t in t ho .'ng the moment h) IIlnc them Hit" n mtu-HoMl,, ,cn Mu(lj.p.. Mra rnurt innko nil lil njoj nit iilx, nil Hint -d hy sit many conditions thnt It night nt ii Imtil In n southern town ulphnrlo ncld to romi'riH lilm, nnrwil : pnrt iui- - Mimii tint ii I'tiiii of three Hint hU iHnii :ind collapsed In tears. ne-c- it Yon tohl the colored iorter he wnnlctl tn it not eny to hiy tlown any definite three part of mlrla iirl.t. to ulilrli tlioli llf miit i'in ltki n intTfly tvny to jour door. Wry prolmhlyWho "Our dnnchter," eiplalneil her Uugs nml carpets well. th.it thinrv after they hate Iwn mlied l ndded druiiintli' n ir ntnllon. Ilu tlmriK'. "Tour dnyt nno she jcrpv frnn-H- e he culled early In the morning. The n''is ns guides. ns the In t inotietrnp on ns tnnnufncture a quart of miiiiihii lt. the whole nter the fnlltire of the town pns.p porter replied: "Sa.v. hoss. Ah reckon- s'li iihl always hemust Inconspicuous the I'litlal-lpli1:i ; iuurV.,-1hie. They I'uhllc to locnte Acton. She hlcnil with the modMug rtlrnil unlit the mil tin" heen left n note tell- J"' nln't fnmlll.ir with these Pottle If Net Scientific lnt-f.- l lis r.nd furultihlngs or an otherwise IilKer. in mi llMMilml. If itil It ing u Mte would seek nml find him, ern Inventions. Whin j'o' wants to ! woniIr wlint tin i.nui N tnnno to1 Itmitlful room will prote unpleasant tarHienwnro the irn rii'tlnct off" mill llttli- - Ji'iinlf. nt ! piui-i- il rten If It wn to die with him, nml he called In tie 'niatrnln' all in' lias "Vl ln- pronounced the T,' Imtiiedl lio 1I'h1 In It. return Stars and Stripts on the Sea. . muml orli. mil dWnppenreil with her favorite hnre.M tin Is Jest to press tie liutton nt ilc ,' "It to cnt' nt tin' InrLi-I'clter nnd more of the world'" ately. nml rimed In clear w liter. Tin' nln't ninili- - of tiotliln'." Our tine ruVs 'Find me nnotlter one." spoke War- - head of to' lint, IVn we comes un r""r nf "' r,""n' tier r trnl the romhlneil effect. cent of Hie mi dimply, "nml I'll join lioth." nnd an" calls jou." Itoston Transcript. rmtlnp, inn ! niailfl n trlctit n new twin lirotliiT. Illll. "It'n a hol In Die fhliplnc now. nnd Id hy thl method nml there 1 llttl trim-hi- e mir own port nnd he hrousht ly for CkI to liHik tlironrh nhi'ii ho hhlpplng hctwecnour own tins. Trnde In the nrdor of hl under o'hert Ii lllultil, hl Klnewy flt down iitmn the norch want to !'( If wr nro inlnftln' inn. roiitcH where our lliii; lint not heen ralllnc. (pllttlits It In two. He, the ENCS SPCNCER. Pr. H'cn on nerchiiiit hlp for hnlf n cen- man who rrncketl a wnlnut hy InvertCHAS. G. 1 ARRIS. Vice. Pre.. tury nre now trntcrsed hj the honu ing It In lite licnd of h! n R, IL UNDSEY. SccV. nil nnd of I'nchi Sam, muld hurl i ltnmmer two humlretl feet, nked only to fnre the whirlwind for Amuaing Herself, a test of hl friendship. r.llrnheth nnd It- -r tn nothcr went Hla nrihir hl mnnllne. hl the city to fpmd the tiny. Icnt'lnff hratery comfii'ted the old Aunt i:icnuor. it hotie guest, nlniie. people. Within nn hour, poMed ni fult'pt'll their ri liirn Kllrnheth ly n ttni Wnrren Mnrtrd nut "Aunt Vellle. did you get lonely In trnll the nliluctori. Two ilnjtt, nnd A RgC JLARLY tt.'C:RPCRATC3 INSTITUTION CF LCAnNlNO whllti we were itvvuy?" "Ve," unt he lind not met n human helng. The 321 CUTHRIC STREET, North c. Po.toffice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY the reply, whereiiiioii the llttln tnNt morning of the third ho nwoke with ntketl: "Then dhl jou tell jourcelf n n fchotk. ltelde lilm on the ground Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students nlco utoryJ" vvnt n hentillfiil joung girl, her lovelisecure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. ness rnther hrlghtened than otherwise liy the pnthelle disquiet that showed In Life In Dagdad. her troiiltled eje. Around one of her At one period ltagtltttl lint! a Mtpuln-HoToday It has wrists win n liaiulcuft nnd the conof Iwn minimis. twentj-tlt- tt necting iltnln of Its mnte ran to thnt dwindled In two hundred mid 3&AIN!iN(5 thousnnd. The desert rolls Hlntost af Win ren. In his sleep. Snmsniillke, up to the wnlls of the rtty. for the ," ,ini1 1",,,, "'"twitted liy n sneering, ". !""'Hng him within chihorste sstem of canals which ren- - ,,1,rl' linll' We nro t'tiuiiipiMl with machinery to do all kinds lens! the lnud capnltle of niptortlns rnng' f "I retnlver, said: Of math' you both safe, t was neg-u teeming imputation has heen .tnklng the girl tn where she'll stay lectml. (unlll her folks produce a tine ransom. She got her hrother nwii', hut we've Upi and Down, of Life. ieot lllT jiarclit" Jllhlretl lind lieen wntihlng the pa- - i ,,,ls ut n dlnilvnntni?e. l.ni Htr thrte limnle oreratiom &nvone no annlv bmitirnl li,r,l,. n..1 .perhangcr with on much Interest that ',,,,CI, ,,m, pa,ellC(,. Up flin. oter olj oft wood or prctiouily fin'uhrj tloon, doori, .voodivork and ho tlld llttlo that escaped her eye. j he analyzed the kltuiitlmi furniture. W aihable; lietlpruof; looks and wean like real hirdttooj fini-Cult attout ho left Hie llrst night lie left rectly. In u lulck. low whisper, he J ccnti per iquare fuit, Dirrctioni on each can, Ixarn to grain ir. 5 minutes at We can On all niakos of Automobiles or Knines. iii.i.i.i", (01(l nla ttontierlni partner In cnptlv "'" s.e.ni L THE furnish you with a now battery or repnir your old STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY hehlml lilm. a fuel that excited Jill- - ly ), lu, Ulli un, of llU n,SB(m ilnsl very much. As he wnte.1 her you at ItUtrJ couttrou intrirai ami taxlt Ant i1.i.V..-- l one. , Their gunrtlhm directed them ahead of I.... ChinM OJ by our Ktrtl wlMlinft night tn her she called frantically to hlni. his retolter tttlll n menace. Sud-I'- " t lh f0"' :' Outtnuri lot QsJ fAitcit fur (nut rrvsc hattcry charger I curt to apply. Wu have installetl Ii. Mister 1'aperliaiiger. you're denlv. hulf-wii.. un inetin.. .in, U THC OHIO VARNISH COMPANY. C LEV '.LAND, O forgetting nil your ups nml downs." anil are now ready for battery charj,'infi. a llglitnlngllke turn, Wurren swung out his free hand. There was n crack as With our Acovtoleno and Oxygen WeldiiiK MaMcKOBERTS DKU(i STOKE. of parting bones. Tho rullliin went autoUacs for Tea Leaves, chine wo can weltl 'most any broken part of an Tea leaii'x are often used to damp tint and senseless. Wnrren picked up mobile, Kits engine or farming machinery. At any the fallen tetolter. There whs no en cur pels, hut they should not he ti time you need help on your Auto, Gas Kngine or any wet or left I) lug iihnut long, or the time to return In hope of finding his other kind of machinery, cull us and we will be glatl color may come out nf the carpet. abandoned horse. kaTl ? to come to your rescue either day ornight. No jobs "Hun with me as fast nnd far as you Ten leaves, however, are valunhle for can stand It," ho spoke tn his compantoo large or too small. various other purpoves. Store them for Ihreo or four iluys, soak them In ion, anil both were breathless us they Wo also carry a large stock of auto parts for fi a pall for nhout nn hour, then strain finally restisl half a dozen tulles from cars. Wo handle the Now Fords ami other makes of fcj OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY, orT the water, which Is nn excellent the spot where they had left the outgives more mileage than any Crown Gasoline which wash for all varnished paints urn! law. "Don't mind a little Jar. We can i other gasoline on the Market. get along belter tvltli tho hmiilculT makes them look ciuul tn new. apart. Hold II rm now," nnd ho sclnd We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to tho chain lu a knotted twist. Sanpl Wash and Polish Autos. Endurance Tet they were free. Two hrothers, setcn und nine, were Gnrago Open Day and Night. Satisfaction "I felt ut safe with you," fluttered Over Million Dollars. quarreling dully, und It teemed that guaranteed. Madge Hurt, lifting tn Ids her mtiftd-In- g tho little one always commenced the eyes anil Warren took her hand S fuss, nnd always p,i the wont of it ON "ROLL OF HONOR."' und then crlisl otcr It, When asked why aad thus they wandered on like some happy boy and girl. lie started thing when ha knew lie It waa Just tliuk when they came In would get hurt, the llttlo fellow reI). F. Hudson, I'resident, J. J. Walker, V. Pres. plied: "Well, I mndo up my mind a sight of the lights of home, whence Acton Hurt und a party of friends were Mechanic. V. K. Champ, Cashier, W. 0. Iiigncy, Asst. Cachlcr. HENRY P. CONN, Chief lung time acu that aotno day I waa going to bo hlg enough to whip brother, Just preparing to start ln quest of ab PAINT LICK, KY. tent sister and friend, whose JourJoe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Phone 31. ami how am I going to know when I am If I don't try It every day to tvT' ney's end meant a life Journey renewed later on as lot Ing husband and wife. I v.nrnn nf wood iliat prows rapidly and i.nilrr raty condition, and jnu Imve a naon t!ut rvinnof stand alnisic utar. Nature ttlirn lnirti'fd !iitW licr Ami: lile man. I t luiild one a TliimiMII? arc Imilt nf toiiRii hi Mend nak ard liid'try that Rrntf ilnttly i.,x)ii t';r mountain rid- - that survitn only after a rrarlm tc uitli soil and tlirn jou Itsvr a wa.un alxmt wearproof. cl(r-p,rainr- d Il.c tniii'i v.cad is endowed ttit!i dnuMe strcn"tli. v (.ft U iltmv ynu tin? Tliornliill wagons and explain t!ic-luc- of the Tliornliill way. Of RALPH HAMILTON (Corrriihi, 'Ticinrn-lmn. the tit. ltn trVnlon ) ' vital K,.-tp- r "In n linrry, j low. 'for Viini'lHiro." "llirmi.o Jim whin Pm I'p Jim time to cntcli not n minute to tin- - irnln iff 11 1 "Wlint lire joii Eolni; Into ilmt rtiii fori" Imilly. Ti-l- l If lasts! be It's Ml. 'n for, r!(rrrr '4f44.lse I ! Msr Set a sealed package, but for the Greatest Mi .not tftp iwl r STOP! REPAIRING Commercial School LOOK! LISTEN! ChHfatVtel PROCESS' "' AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE ,, .n.. Kl ,in i CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. I Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets I 0neHalf Patrick & Conn. t The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, July 31 1919. n i I m IIMI n n ( i ?m . FARMER We buy our merchandise in solid car load lots and sell 'em for cash, turn 'em over quick and save you real money. We GREEN ROOFING advancing fast better get yours now. Best galvanized today $6.00 per square. Nails only $4.00 per keg. Base, hinges, Barn door track and hangers accordingly. Let us sell you the entire bill. Best quality in 2 lb and 5 lb, only 48 cents per pound. (Welch's Drug Department.) WAGONS GOING HIGHER. 2 4 complete $120.00 3 inch complete $125.00 Till You Need It. Don't Wait 3-- are the largest retail store in the State of Kentucky outside of cities and sell more and as a result we are in position to save you more and give you new and up to the minute merchandise. Our 18 Departe ments and 40 are on the job for you. If you have never made a trip through our stores you owe it to yourself and family to drive up the first opportunsales-peopl- WHEAT DRILLS We did save you money on Binders, Mowers, and Hay Bailers, now w can do the same thing on Drills Any kind you want. Get your order in now and be sure. TIMOTHY SEED Will be much higher. Take this tip and buy now. Our price on best quality seed $6.00 per bushel. ity you have We can show you many interesting things in all our Departments. We especially call your attention to our Men's and Ladies' Departments. The class of merchandise carried here would suit the most select of every town. FURNITURE Should have a real personality flected in your home furnishings. your ability to choose and your knowledge of the artistic, the refined, the practical, is certainly , re- If you want to be on the safe side and make your shopping easy and' a real pleasure then allow us to help you select your wants. Today we have the largest assortment of high class furniture, not only in our section but anywhere in Eastern Kentucky. Folks arc coming daily from beyond large towns and getting just what they wanted. ket affords. Our prices range from the moderate to the best the mar- To those who have never visited our stores we hold a genuine treat for you will be most pleasantly surprised. It is not far and the roads are good and we will be glad to see you. PIANOS WURL1TZER and fore the price, advanced. KINGSTON. Both Players and Plain. Velvet Get our term prices. They will save you money. Axminister. A Look Will Convince. ' - RUGS bought be. . MAJESTIC is the name DINING ROOMS best Louis HOOSIER Kitchen ilseIf. Cabinet ; DAVENETTES We havc. All tizes and of the xvi' . . .peaks ,he ,amc j"1 Bl n cnr Duo- u load of Davenette., Crex Tapestry, No exception to this state- - Queen Anne, Sterling is to Silve- rCash or Easy p)nn Let UJ fo,ds' Davenports, etc. Q nient. We can save you if bought Call Us. Jacobean, All in stock on our floor, $100.00 to $275.00. Payment 8,JOW ' r,ce . . ' r,K"'i $".00 $10.00 on one during August. you to $150.00. Drive up and j and prove our Statement. see what we have. WE LCH'C DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 31 1919. 9 i) Canvas Shoe Bargains Wire Fence, Paris Green, International Stock Food. (!) 1 I 11 (!) I 9 if) ii Sanders Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. xv: the attractive Lela Smith, laughter of Dr. J. I. Smith, of Lon-il- u delightful croquet party Snturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Huyden Leavcll spent Is tho gutst of Miss Addie Cris- Mrs. Mattlc Stephens and grandWidrosdnj in Ltxinfton with their cillis, son, Courtney Kubanks, of Covingj NP Miss Lucille Thompson, who is l ton, are here visiting relatives and sitter. Miss Marirnret Cook nnd brother, in the Hood Samaritan Hospital. l i friends. H Mr Robinson Cook, attended the ! Mr- - "Hilly" filler hns accepted n A rrll MMion of (he Comity, and dance in Versailles Wednesday eve- Mr. Henry Simpson, of Leington. Wt Aff liitcretlcd 1a. .t.on Going! lyThMt ninir. spending n few days in lain , hns been .. lust ins duties i.iim Mini npituiiii-M ,. w ec h Masters Robert l.llliird Gulley and caster with his parents, Mr. and Anion haw been u. ii. nimpson. Colli" Johnson Mr (irorL Swinchroi.d is vu tinj Miss Annie Herndon of Washing spending ecral days nt Klixir Mrs, John Muggins, of Nicholas-- 1 friends in Versailles. ton City, Is expected Saturday for n Springs. vllle, is visiting her neice, Mrs. Fred In-en rrrrnt visit to her father, Capt. William Dr J. A, Anion luu ami Mr. Sutton on the Lex- -' Miss Margaret Cook, Miss Klita-het- h Sutton Herndon. vlntor nt Elixir Spring. ington rum!. , Pilcher ami Mr. Robinson Coo' Mrs. Tom Slavin and Mrs. J. II. Mis! Frnnkle KnulTman has been will attend a dance in Frankfort this Friends nnd relatives of Mrs. For- Woods arrived home Tuesday from n n recent visitor In llustomille. evening. est Stapp very pleasantly surprised two weeks stay in Rattle Creek, her with n picnic dinner at her beautiMrs. Martha Price Frisbie is visit-INMr and Mrs. Jim Crirrilli have re.Michigan. ful country home, Monday. Mrs. Mnttie Price in Danville. turned from Williamsburg whjre thty Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hasclden and Mrs. Forest Stapp ami daughter, Mae Burnett, of Slid-lyvill- uttu.ded a reunion of .Mis. Cricillis' Miss sons, J. R. and Duncan have returned rcl.itites. Helen, will leave Friday for Petosky, If visiting Lancnuter relatives. AtMichigan, where they will spend the from ii very delightful stay at M Florence lantic City. im Kdnn llirkele,Rniney .Mrs Mollie Chcnnult has returned remainder of the summer. nml Johnson, Messrs Marry from n visit to relatives in Richmond. Miss Ktta Robinson was the guest Itradley Ilaurne visited Itonnesloro, Misses Lucille Sutton and Dixie Monday of Miss Lillian Miss Thelmn Wright of Cynthiana, "und'iy. Louise llrinn, Messrs Paul .Stapp nml Sunday ami on Crab and Kulalah Montgomery j Kugene is the guest of Miss Florence Johnllroaddus attended the Sprague, who Miss Helen Klizabtli Orchard Street. son Fair Wednesday. guest of Mrs. Ins heen the attractive Miss Jamie Hill Dudley and hor Elisabeth Pilchcr. of Umis-Mile- , W. H. Cook, has returned to her home M. Little Miss KlizalV.l. Mac User, of of Mhw Margaret in Louisville. . the truest Louisville, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. W. H. Dudley, of Dannnd grind-mothetook Mrs. Kpping, nt the ville are guests of relatives Jr., who Mr Robert Tomlinson, Kengarlan Hotel, has returned to her friends in the city. Mrs Ellen Ilettit is visit mir her has been overseas for a year has I Mr. Charles McUobcrts, of Ladaughter, Mis Marth.i Ileitis in Let-- i hciernbly di. charged and returned home. listen, to I.ancntcr. Mrs. Herbert Ilailey and handsome grange, was in the city this week, Harold Hardin, have return- guests of Mr. R. K. McRoberts and Moore entertained little son, Mr nnil Mrs. Jesse Gulley and Mr. Mrs. (Charlie ed to their home in Stanford after a Mrs. Joe R. Mount. IU.li Gulley spent Sunday at Elixir very delightfully nt dinner Monday, virit to her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie had for her Springs. in honor of Misses Lela Smith and Jniper Cox. dinner guests Monday, Miss Lily D. Addie Criscillis. Mrs. F P. Frishle ami Mr. Shcrley Miss Adilie Criscillis nnd at- (Irant, of Norfolk, Va and the Ilea. Hudicn have rvint visitors in Mrs. David Shuck and three little tractive visitor, Miss Lela Smith, of W. J. Price of Panama. daughters of Jelliro Tennessee, are Danville. London, and Messrs Ben Wood and Miss Flora Mac Price anj brother visiting her mint, Mrs. Lucy HenderMrs. Randolph Harris is visiting Richard Lackey motored to lloones-borLouis McClane, were the pleasant son, on Crab Orchard Street. Sunday afternoon. her sister In Ashlaml ami hrother in guests of Miss Callic and Mr. J. V. Winc'iesler. Mrr. Jr.mcs Cox nr.d uncle, Mr. A. I Scott for tho week end. .Mrs. M. II. Mnbry left Tuesday to J. Douse, have returned from Persia Miss Margaret Cook has heen n revisit relatives in Louisville foe severMr. W. II. Collier and .Mrs. Collier, an.l Dunlap Iowa, where they visited cent guest of Miss Marirnret Shanks Mr. II. II. House ami family. al days and during her ubsence her of Cleveland Ohio, are pleasant guests n Stanford. son, Horton, will be with his aunt, this week of their sisters, Mrs. Joe E. Miss Margaret Cook nttended the .Mrs. Johnson Pnco and Mr. Price. Robinson and Mrs. Robert Elkin. Mr ami Mrs. J. K. Stomies attendTarty given by Miss Margaret Shank ed tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Wilmoro rs. anne rrniee null, of .Mays- ..Irs. Ji'iri'.'j A. I ley t n: entertained' of Stanford, in honor of her visitor, in Nicholssville. M:ss Mnry Docker, of Indianapolis. ihe part week at an elegant dinner j vllle, will arrive Friday to join her .Mrs. Mote Robinson, .Mrs. C. C Cnble sister, Mrs. Henry Lloyd, for a stay Mr. Clay Miller has returned from Mrs. Ethel West Dainnll, teacher of .Won, Ohio, and nceepted n position the School for the Deaf in Canada, is nnd daughter, Margaret, of Indiana- s at the homo of Mrs. Jack Adams. W, M Ilolgo of polis, and at the Puritan. spending several weeks with her fathMrs. Eva Garrison, of Oklahoma, W. T. West and .Mrs. West. who has been the guest of Vr sister, Mr. and .Mrs. Ilert Ilrn)field ami er. Mr Major r.nd Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird Mn. W. L. laiwson, is visiting her laueMcr. Marjory, are visitini; relaProsidcut G. A. Ganfield. Prof. C. g.vit for n mon'l s visit to reta-ii-- r neices the Mi:sc; Holtzclaw, of Gitives in Carlisle. C. Crooks ami Prof. Sam Cheek, of t. iiv will lberts Creek. of Danville, were in I.nncnster Tuesday, return lo Lancaster where the L'r J Mr. anil Mrs. Jesse Arnold, in the interest of Centre College. Frankfort have lieen visiting will g In pnttnerslilp with n t father j Mr. and Mrs. Kwing Stultz, Mr. nnd relatives. Mrj. Fred Neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ami Mrs, Jake. Miller and chil- Dr J. Ii LimairJ. Earnest llourne. Miss Nell Bourne Rev. R. R. Noel, of Stanford, is dren returred to their home in CharMrs. KlUnbcth Joseph, Mrs. Marie )mvo bt.t,n rt,ct,nt visiters at the home visitini: his daughter, Jlrv. James leston West Vo Wednesday, after n Kpping and little of their IlftrcntS) jlr, j, ii, j visit t their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wooos in Faint Lick. Elizabeth Mae liner. Mr. Adolph Jos- - r,ourm.. N. Miller. eph and Mr. Dean Znnono motored to! W. K. He" J. R. Moorman and Mr. Mr. Charlie Adams, who vplun-malne- il Mrs. J A. Anion, Mrs. Ap Price, Louisville, Saturday night amf re- Champ have been spending several Unit, has over Sunday with relatives. teered with the Harrow Mrs. l.ula Johnson nnd Miss Ilessie days at Klixir Sprinirs. been overseas for the past year or Gulley who have been spending the Mises Dorothy Sprague, Harry and more, arrived home yesterday nnd is Miss Mary Owsley leaves Friday post two weeks nt Klixir Springs have I Patsy Kinnaird, who have been the a', the home of his parents, Mr. nnd for n visit to frijnd nml relatives in returned home. ' attractive guests of Misses Kate and 'Mrs. Jack Adams. Middlesliorn ami Plneville, . Hon. William Jennings Price, min- Lillian Kinnaird, have gone for n vis. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson and ister to Panama, Mrs. II. II. Price and It to friends in Lebanon before re- Mrs. David D. Geiger, of West Vir-- I Missis Fannie nnd Hittie West were daughter, Vesta, of Danville, were turning to their home In Middlesboro. ginin, wns in Lancaster last week the visitors in Danville Sunday. guest of her sister, Mrs. W. 0. Rig- visitors of relatives in laincnster on illiu ney, and other relatives. She pro- Misses Addie Criscillis and Mrs. W. R. Cook, Mrs. Luther Monday. de- - ceeded to Richmond to complete her Made Gastineau entertained nt u (iilibs nml daughter, Miss Elizabeth, Mrs R. II Whittaker mid son, of lightful lawn fete on Tuesday evening, visit to Kentucky relatives. were In Lexington Mon.lay. Yntes Center Kansas, are visiting her nt the home of Miss Criscillis in honor I'um-phre.Mrs. J. W. After n delightful two weeks visit MUs Puttie Long has returned from parents, Mr. and of her house guest Miss Lela Smith. on Danville street, before go-ili- g of London. A very enjoynble evs- - with their father und relatives of the n two weeks visit to her brother, Mr. to Hamilton Ohio, to visit her nine was spent. ' counly, Misses Margaret and Nellie Kinmilt Long in Madison county. sister. Scott have returned to their liomc In Dunn hns Miss Mamie Stormca Miss Mary Owsley gave a picture Cincinnati. They were accompanied of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Robinson, been the guest of Miss Aleno llnmil-toMonday evening in honor home by their sister, Miss Nannie, show party Nichelasvllle, are receiving congratuon Cherokee road, Louisville. Kinnaird. the After of Miss Harry lations upon tin arrival of n daughter, show delicious refreshments were' Mrs. McNces nnd son, of Clinton, little at their home, Tho child has been Mrs. Carlton P.lkin and Those present were .Misses .Mo., Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, of Louis- served. diughter, Knul Anne have returned named Mary Lyne, for her maternal Ma-gaof Fnulconer, Dorothy Spra- - vllle, ami Mrs. J. L. Anderson, f 'in n visit to relatives in Liberty grand-motheWashington City, are expected to gue, Harry nnd Patsy Kinnaird. morrow for n visit to their sister, .Mr. Oakley Hilto'i, n former LanJlrs. Curt Robinson, on Richmond DC DC 1C caster boy, who has just returned Avenue, fiom several months foreign service, Word has been received in Lexhns been visiting bis brother, Mr. J. II, Hilton. Oakley is at present ington of the safe arrival of Sergt. Sergt. holding a good position nt the Palace J. W. Swope from overseas. to do New Gsrsg. and m I have ju.t oprnrd up of Sweets, in Danville, nnd his friends Swopo is from Lancnster, but is well known In Lexington, where he was n here wish him success. nd nuk. ny adjustment your car may II kinds of Auto Work student for three yearn In the Law Miss Georgia Dunn, who received College of tho University of Hentuc Phon. 22. dive ni. a call and b conrlnctd. her English diploma from the Collego ky, Lexington Herald. of the Uible in June and has been Mm. J. II. Thompson and daughter, spending tho vacation at her homo In Ijmcuster, has accepted a position Miss Ivu, Mrs. R. G. Pettus, Miss as traveling representative of the Gene McKcchnie.'Mr. and Mrs. Logan S. W. HALCOMR, Proprietor, Kentucky Orphans' Home in Louis- Thompson, Mrs. Willie C. Klam and ville. She it now visiting iht county Mrs. Hayilcn Leavcll are spending K.nlu.ky. Ury.nt.vill.. teachers' institutes in the Interest of the day in Lexington with Miss I.u cille Thompson. tl.u institution.- - Lexington Herald. 1C Miss rGossip About " , Minn Mary Miller, of Richmond, Is Mr. J. A. Kstcs, of Waco, was visiting his daughter, Miss Elizabeth, tlio guest of Mm. Mflnliall Denny. last Sunday. Little Ml Bessie Mcsscr of StanMrs. II. M. Ilallou, of Stanford, ford in the Rttet of Miss Jennie Cot. i wis the guest of friends In the city is the lakt Monday. Miss Bessie Mnric Ware guest of Mr. nml Mr. II. L. tlniloy in I .Miss Anna Huirman has recently olii'iford. returned from n pleasant visit with lion. 'A'illl.im Jcnnlng.1 Price of Lexington friends. Panama, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miss l.illie Mac Arnold has been Price Monday. the attractive guest of her sister, Mrs, .Mrs. I II. Bourne will spend the David Huffman, of Hubble. wcek-en- i. in Richmond with her sister, Mr. Willie Mae Elliott had the mis Mrs. Joe Kellty. fortune to break his arm last week .Mr Asnley Swopo arrived Monday while cranking an Auburn Six. intent from overens nml li the guest in Lancaster. of relative Miss Jnnle Williams of the telephone exchange is taking her vacaThe many friends of Miss Jennie tion nnd is visiting friends at Ilrock. Coe will regret to he.ir of tier Illness Misses Louise nnd Virginia Cromer nt her home on Danville strut. of Kast Ilcrnstnd, were guests Inst j Miss Ijwcrne If irks entertained at week of their grnml-motheMrs. home on the Lexington pike with ' jjnr j 3 1 TO THE PUBLIC Dr. M. S. Hatfield announces that he has installed en X-R- ay hr Equipment -- People and Is now prepared to handle any cases that may be referred to him. Office over Garrard Bank & 5; ... Trust Co. i,,. (ir Mrs George llillcw, wno l..is been MOiSOCWOOXiroTOf X ICIfflirMTOOOttTiJ with her sister. .Mrs. Nnpo Price, is in Classified Column Richmond making final arrr.iigencnts for her return to Lancaster to tmk'j her home, much to 'he gratllicetion of RATES! her many friends. She will have rooms with the Misses Dunn on LexSingle insertions lc a word ington stteet. No nd taken for Ices tha.i 20c in this column. No nds in this .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Witt entertaincolumn charged. ed the following friends and relatives at their home last Sunday; Mr. 3 Seven insertions for the J. M. llurdine and family, Mr. and S price of five. Mrs. Tom llroaddus, Mrs. Mary HunPhone orders must be paid ter and daughter, Miss Pansy, of 1 promptly. Muncie Indiana, and Mr. Hubert C. Cobb of Ludlow. I I Pony harness and pheaton for sale Mrs. A Hie Walker Fox of Wichita Dr. J. A. Anion. Falls, Texas, is a delightful guest cheap, call this week of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burn-sid- e, A small Refrigerator. WANTED on Richmond street. This is I. P. Thompson. Mrs. Fox"s fret visit to her old home for many years and she is beFOR SALE: A sow and 10 pigs, ing graciously greeted by her hosts of lt-pMrs. W. M. Smith. admiring friends. Mcsrs John tnd Owen Goodloe, of Mr Dune Goodloe, of Lcb-nno- n, MUs Virginia Goodloe, of Colorado Springs, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Walker Carter, of Danville and Mr. Joe Norton, of Mobile, Ala , were gvests for the day last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Goodloe. Somerset, Mrs. W. It. Ball entertained very delightfully at her home on Richmond Street, Wednesday, In honor of Mrs. Robert Whittaker, of Kansas, who is visiting here parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, nnd her neice. Miss Elizabeth Malone, of Campbellsville, Ky who is her house guest. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Har ry Frye entertancd at a swimming party in honor of Misses Mary Lee and. Elizabeth Givcns, guests, Mrs. Andrew Alexander of Harrodsburg, Misses Marion and Matsy Grimes of Stanford. Other guests were Mrs. J. Lee Murphy, Mrs. Anna Bailey, Misses Lucy Mrs. David Huirman, Spooiiamere, Lissa Holtzclaw, Lillie Mae Arnold, Sarah Yenger and Anna Hulfman. After swimming a delightful lunch was served. LOST on the Danville pike Saturday afternoon, a white linen dress. Reward if returned to this office. Just received a car load of tobacco tier rails. Better see us before they are gone. A. H. Baiti.i and Co. tt. STRAYED from my place on the Buckeye pike about July 2 ith, n light red heifer with white points. Reward if returned to Mrs. Carrie Davidson. lit. For House Painting or Paintine; of any kind, I will be glad to do your work. A. R. Pritchett, at A. H. Baa-tin nnd Co. FOR SALE: 8 good U. S. Army Tent Flies, 12x10, at $20.00 each. W. M. Cornett, Lancaster, Ky. ha' rni:n t J. M. Metcalf, Surveyor, 23 yeais experience. Blue prints furnished. All calls answered promptly. 185, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE: About 300 PhonelJ M. bushchr of nice Blue Grass seed at $2.25 per bushc. W. M. Cornett. entertained Berkele Miss Edna Wednesday with a dinner party at her The hnmn mi I.exlneton avenue. Don't blame the hen if you haven't plcafunt affair was given in honor of j eggs this winter. Miss Thelma Wright of Cynthiana, : STORMES' DRUG STORE, who has been extensively entertained "You Must be Satisfied.". during her stay in Lancaster. Very lovely decorations of summer flowers were used nnd a delicious menu wns were Misses The guests served. Florence Johnson, Thelma Wright, of For Sale, 210 bushels of "MarvelDunn, ous" eed wheat, t:sted 00 at the Cynthiana, Mamie Stormes Carolyn Allen und Sarah Mount of thresher. Mr-i- . G. II. Rose, Ijigrange, Helen Young, of Canal Bryantsville, Ky, Phone 30 Zone, Charlie Elmore, HMary Mae Walker, Mnry Esther Schneck nnd Gertrude Wnllace, of Jit. Carniel, 111. Egg Saver. Seed Wheat. 9 Wanted NEW CAR ACE rdy n nd. Bryantsville Garage. 311 3C Malor Virgil Kinnaird. of Lancas ter, was in tow n today with Ml. Kinnttended' Kinnaird Major naird. Centre a number of years ngj nnd U the finished up nt John Hopkins. mitbreak of the war ho volunteered with the Barrow Unit and was coin- missioned a lieutenant. Soon lifter thn unit was called out he was made Detachment Commander and was pro moted to Cuptum. lie was sent lo me various hospitals In England and wus pluced at tho head of the largo AmerAfter the ican hospital at Peighton. armistice he wus sent to France, another promo where he received tion because of his ability. Major Kinnaird landed In New York Saturday week nnd received his discharge well liked He was immediately. wherever he went and has a record to be proud of. Danville Advocate. or several men to put up 500 roils of fence Woven Wire Fence. Want n good Jenco and will Phone 347-pay n good price. Buckeye Pike. Rice and Pelphrey, A good man Lool FARM SOLD AT See or call, Wakefield Walker LANCASTKK. tat 5 S s If you want your t ! a A GOOD PRICE S. A. WALKER. Mgr. Realty KY. C. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 3 1 , 1919 Farm AT Airplane Work Tiring. Velvet Hats Also a Feature of the Workers In tin1 "dope" imini of ncrn-plan- e fnotnrle nrt' found in be affected Paris Fashions. generally with n mllil fnriii of nn'mln, bnt It I lint siillleli'iilly proiiouncisl to hi alarming. French Women Art Not Setting Pact For Milady of America by Wear. 10 "Catsup." Ing Warm Clothes. I will sell my farm of --!04 acres, known ns thu The word "rnlili." which l spelled V "cntehttp," "ket hup" nml "entnp. Krntn velvet I'nrls next turn her at 'kit. Imp." I ii corruption of the Ch. trillion In ftir, and It l wild that This farm consists of 8 room residence anil all necessary niwi' word "kltjiip," ltn iiaini" given anithlni with fur on It I cnnxldcrcd il In tin' minute I'nrs nnd even votlinrns anil outlniildinirs. includinir pair Fairbanks Standard I to mi Infrrlnr kind nf toy inmlc China. seen nn ive! li.it In plenty lint, Stock Scales. tin Inrrld street nf American clllcs In This farm has about SO acres of virgin blue grass sod, Long Indian Name, summer past, so It I host not to fool and the balance is in high state of cultivation, clover having Tln lonit.'it Kincmplihiil In. llun .. nr much make been sown each year, after wheat, and clover followed by corn. niinii' I prnbnhly Unit of Ijike I "Imrji- - comment when I'arlstoi louses Inn suffer to This place is 5 miles from Danville, on a good road and o cni:ngmaiinchaiicnEoKchchunii)guti.'ii- - In tho cause nf fashion, in a good community, being just a mile from Caldwell church, inline. Thl' lake I In .Massmhiisctl The scarcer the fur the more In and close to a school. Will sell to give possession January 1st, nml It" name hn recently been cluing. vi sue It Is Imiinil tn he, hut inn' doe lit tn l.'iko Webster. Tin" word Is nf lint have In depend nn tin1 ipiatitlty of 19:20. with seeding privileges this fall. iln point This farm is located on the head waters of Salt river, and .Mirmiiiiln orlKln mid Ii mi Id tn menu fur Unit Is available, fur tl "llnw the niith wind made n largC'l Hint ..lie's chillies hi- - shaggy unit is regarded as one of the best in Boyle county. water where ninny blackbird chatter." tin" mean Hint are omph.'cd are far Signed. less Impnrtiiiit. I'nrlliT In the season fringe nf any nnd nit nrl was the Expensive and Unnecessary. The fact that nf all tin- - huttnns Hint """rii. hut besides the iimnkey fur obtained by luiie been given nut tn hi' testimony "" Ihe dripping offi-c- l "f feather the novelties In to Hi.. wearer1 partlolpatlnn 111 tli'i''""' material are much In drtuniid. nf public- duty Any one desiring to look over this place before day of pcrfnimiince be ml nllli.n tn fi'W nre There Is all liiethiiiitlhle variety tif nut the M.rn hnnld sale can communicate with lllinc i sinned In the making nf nch knitted novelties In Angora and nth- BRYANTSVILLE, KY. bullous, mid the iiinney spent tn my 'r miiterlnls, nu Ihlnir Hint run lie F. FOX CALDWELL f.ir litem, tn hotter ue. Albany .tour-- , nunle tn hnng nnd ilnngle In the man' DANVILLE, KY, AND HE WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU ual. i Iier nf a fur Many nf THE FARM. thee nre slinw'ii In bunds, purtlciilnrly when the texture Is Miltuhle for use lis I Abbreviations. Wind Is i.rten .i.inl.lned a trimming. Only What They Might Ciptct. The letter I. e. are nn nhhrevlntlnn with silk and metal and Interwnven Story of the Mirror. Dally Thought. Yellowstone Wonders Discredited. When ss.ile who are lolenibly nf the Latin phrue "Id el." meiiulie' In stripes. I'nllnwlin: ilosely the l.leii From the twelfth tn '.. fifteenth .The fearful iiiil.el.of Is uidiellef In "that U," and the letter" o. s. an nhhreThe first recordeil visit t" what Ii In their niitwnnl lot do not find century mnll mlrmr". earned In lh ..f ,1... .l...ln.L ..l..l.l ......M. .....I now Yellowstone pirk wn iniide In ourself. Onrljle. vlntlnn nt iiimther Uitln phrase "ex- stripe, nre plentiful and' color are a '" "''i '" '""ke It j pocket or nlt vhisl to the clrdle. were 1810 hy .Tnhn Colter, n trapper, who empli Krntln." hallux the uii'iinlni; of s 'enernlly reenrdd a. In.l.,'u.ble adjuncts ... nr tw mnre O.ld H.an the inn- took refuge there from hostile InDreaming of Cats. ' 1,rl"s '"' nob.sly but tlieiii.eli . Indl.-s- ' "for the ake nf example" and "fnr lerlnls f Int.. s!irh. .r.. i.r.ui toilets The .rket mirror wns i To dreiitn of rati In said lint tn he lnltinei dian. Hit tale nf lt wonders were Vs. Is an nbbri't Intlm. of ..., ,.i. ,..,....... n circular plmtue of imiIIIiis meinl fit- in. J. S. .Mill. . absolutely discredited. If you drnrnt of a hlnek eat, the Iitln wnrd " " 'cmi. il iiietinlu; builds of ll..' Ml.1.1. 111. inesl, I...I..,. nf ynur rn.'iiil.'i are aitlM-- : tn he hltten "l.L'.ltlliit " VI.'m l.lil-.t..r-- il Id In lid, Small Dally Task. im.i.iI l.s.seli- U..W.II .. by niNrnrtu.,.': burj:lnrs . Stara and Stripes on the Sea. r,,.r (r rtln,H1 ))f Any il.re.nl N'othlne urel Is so isitent as a Inw! ltf nf these knitted liotellles pro- In , ,rrI1H ,.,,, Our ting mien nne-llftnf the wnrhl't are about when,:i cat fnll.ms r,.v,.rH Fortune Awaits Invrntor. vhles the way for trlinititiic either n that may not be .lls..l.eie.l. It has the fill II .1 ii now, and 411 per cent nf the n dieam; whtl. tn iln'tim nii nre that h..llnws 'f the waler-dn.- i "rnl.nrnl.lc" lln.-t- i froik nr n coat will... ill the uld nf fur b.ni been hhlpplnc between our own mrt nnd stnikina one means, beware nf false! .,, .j. nt Mililewhat less expense. Fnr mrts lb. sti.ui. A sninll dally task. If ,rM, f ,. Why Hair Stands on En-I- , nihers Is under i.tir own fine Trade friends. be really dally, will be..t the Inlsirs . ,,,..,1. ,,.i I 1,.,.. ..n..,, !,.. clothes this fnrm nf trimiiilnj; Is Ideal. .iii on lh l:i'nl mutes where our fins hai not been I, When linlr .... ,,i.,ri.r,.. n .pa.m.Klle ,., , llenule.. Anthnny i back nf u dm; nr cut when .rizhicue.1 fnr tin' shinies iini.rd n itiisli i.f ei.lor ' tdp for half 11 cenKeen nn merchant ' rniiope. The Amaion. hie clotb l sll i.nk.Hiii.1 and nn , j, , with such clothes v muscles nllinb' il Usually nssiH-latr,y tury nre now traversed by the boats The .Mnarnii dshaires the I.iru-es- t one has claimed ihe ft. rni.ie which l Aim. ill other colors are dnhlln, clt- .r,, i,.,r (l) Is 1.,.. riMIa nf t'lule Sam. amount nf water nf any river In ll.el,, mu, Jade, klnc's blue and rul brnnn, nualtlnu ih luie.itor 11I10 ...lip. the tltH ,r,.,t h . ,.,, Anticipation, wmhl. and the St. Ijiwreine nett.j tnched tn either side nf this seed i. id separately nr In conibl- "hlihiir Tho fnllnwlinr ixtri" letter tuseij. Rainy Seasons In Cycles. Other liilerestlin; fanabout ll nI1"n"- ,, , tt., :p,.nt. tiny muscles whlih run dlniroual' i.f llmiiks Is cherished AccunlinK tn IMuanl ItruiK'kiier, Ihl rliers nre that the hiiiilh of Ih , Hiroui:h the flesh frnin the Inner purl ira fur nre the preference of I'ar- - The benullf.il il. k Jnii nl us WrrU". Hljhnt Puks. treat Austrian metenrnlnslt, enld Amazon Is --klum miles and lls'nl.lili Is. but lir.mii fur. nre s.il.l to be ,.- - Mn perfect eoii.llllnn, and Is m.w In f nlr These little inns. Ii s The hl.be i .. 0.1.11.11.1 tsnk In Vnrth rainy seasons come In cycles tiboir wirles from u few litunlr.il feel a: , ure like fc,re. cl.lisl isin by the n.:ij..rll of Amcrl- - Hie parlor nn top of the Iss.k belies. A.nerlea I. Jli . the iruv rni.es nf n lent. Thev ..vn Ki,., i years, the years nenr dllTereiit every thirty-fiv- e iinls tn inore tlun 1il nre what are called the erector 101, where we i..m- - to is.n. and ; nlmse altitude ' 'jiCaii fw. nnd the est tn these partukim: nf their uatiin miles at Its in. .nlli. The SI. Litrnm' fles, nnd when fear nr cold Is mi" husbnnd. nlso. If I , c1.11 make It hlchest In S..111I1 a Ml ni 'lrj Is IVJini miles In Iriislli, Is from one nml those fiirihest I thehe muscles promptly tighten Ihi.tn.i Tost. ihcuii, In the Andes, mi the tnirder of und hot. The year 11)15 wn the helilr to scleral miles wide at places tn up In kik'Ii n milliner h to "holt" the Chile and Ara. 11II1.1. St.nsii f.s't Th. . nf one nf these enld, wet cycles. ninety miles nt Its iimiith. l.lilli.-s- i hair very iilckl. nii.iinial.i tu ih wnr'.l Is .Ml. Cruelty In Training Olrds. 11 rerfiirinliic birds ire i.fl.ii tainrlit Kletesf. In the llhlliihllns by slnrvalh.n. Ib.w many i.e nunre Its altitude Is L".nrj fr.-- t There are sotcra! huii.lr.il mountain that the pretty doles Hint til nheii n!.s In Iih . rele..s.sl llliualaias .liissi f. i ur oier mnnlns f 10 Ihe hespunzlts! artststnnd 'for... theuiselii-- Into uis.tiieirlcal pat- to an aliunde of rs.i7S f,vi terns nn her bead nnd niisiretch.s inrms, are ..fun the s,.,. sunlinrs nf Cipsy Language. I hi.iidre.ls which have been sinnisl and Tile lantu:.:.- - n Ihe !lKlles, l!i 'then nnly fed when Ihey penlnsl iion nmtiy. Is ...Id to - Hindis! dialect ' an exact spot nn the nwuerV nrms. derli.sl from Sanskrll. KiI.ii....l-Is- i I prelly well aer.-thai Hie lilples nr.. j Picturesque Lisbon. of an i.hseure Hindis, Lisbon, the nestrrtiumst ,,f Kuro- - tribe. 1 ho i.nl.ir ihnt n mpllals, spreads Itself In leisure-- I "re ileaivinhiui nf Hie i:c.llai.s has no oilier basis than the slmllurlli of ly fnsldon oier Ms II bills, exlendini; for more than the miles nlniu; the the two nor l. The word "lllp.y" as a shores of the fmoii lln.hi do I.UUin, mailer nf fait. I. from ihe Itohendnn, 1 ," n,, ur, for more thnn three miles Inland. nnd means ! and les appeun-- In Kniiliiud ,atl) In the Ite.inn.l Hie liarrnw ehniiiiol leadlnc nut nf the liadn llimiisli whlih flow the S.f lift,' llloith ifiiiiir). but were fniin.l In waters of Ihe Tacts lies Ihe i.h-i- . sen, ensiern Kiiinis- nt i,,,, .rr.lurles and otae Mm miles nwny over the ho- earlier. Theji are now seallereil all rizon to Hie west are the Azores. nier the Hnrl.l. at Public ON Auction Optimistic Tlioui'it. 'I drive awaj Sunbeams of hope Ihi' mists f BU'pf'n'). FUR MEANS STYLE flV&RY and MOGUL Tuesday, August 12th, '19 O'CLOCK, RAIN OR SHINE. TARKINGTON PLACE. GEORGE WAGONS Farming All Kinds of Mrs. Elizabeth Tarkington Capt. English, Auctioneer. Implements. Noah Marsee, J .'""T. ''""""t .,, .. 'r lt. ii,ri, ,,.,. fele .l )ur .n. (!.P, ti "ial BIssJ A Cape of Kolinsky, Beautifully Com- bined, Affords a Fitting Wrap for Cool Summer Evenings and Crisp Breexes. can, a brown continues to he xjioken of for nulls, and the fur will be used In u color as near mslhle matih-- l I sr. Here Is iiuother Instance of the difference nf opinion that Is likely to result in iiiiikliiR 1. 1. Hi brown 1111. iirny pud 11ml leuvliu-- the Indlildiitil plenty of room for choice. FABRIC FOR SUMMER FROCKS . I I I o a ts Printed Georgettes and Silk Voiles Ara Popular; No Trimming Is Required. I'rlnteil KeorKi'ttes und "Ilk voiles nre used this hununer, ii frocks muile nf these material require nn trlmmlne they ure a boon to the home dressmaker. KometlineN the frock imve foundation nf crepe metis. r or llKhtwclcht nitln or taffeta, but perhaps the must iHipiilnr arrunKoment I to use the same material In 11 plain color us the fuiiudu-Huskillfully drapliiK the printed fabric over It. Thl makes a very frock Hint I rhnrmlni; for dresy wear for auminer. Iinsely tied uhe of self material or of satin am frequently used. These are tied either Wide, II. mini; at the hack or side. length. sleeves, elbow or three-qtlurte- r nre Ihe ravnrlte nne. ul-- o (.'rent fu-- I OrKamlle dresses are vnrlte thl suiiiiuer, the must mpulnr stylo ahowlni; a plain skirt and bodice finished with a wide surplice bertlui edged with liny frill. The bertha or surplice I draw 11 uriiuud the Umira mid tied In u smart bow at the back. A dress of this type Is, of course, uot fur the stout figure. holiiK extensively 11 11. an in vissz A truly remarkable tire that represents the most economical piirchnne in the market. See the KELLY CORD am! FA15KIC Tires on hand at a Its exolusive features make ittroublc-procrf I I I KELLY DEALER. STORMES DRUG STORE, PAINT LICK GARAGE. Western & Electric POWER LIGHT type of Western Electric and Light is practically automatic in its operation a child can operate it. Dependable electric service night and day. for, your tarnv. See this plant in operatioa. THIS d IHMaM(MHHH " tllllll M1 Of Handkerchief Linen. One uf the smartest of thu handkerchief linen waists has a collar which roll sufficiently at the back to fit successfully over the collar of taieater. It tucked lored coat and Jabot aud collar ure embroidered with blue) uiercerlied col ton lu u.loug anil abort ttauipler atltcn. BASTIN BROTHERS The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 3 1 , 1919. HAIL SPELLS DESTRUCTION I am writing a combined policy that should attract every tobacco grower in the county. It gives you protection in the felifV111 HAIL and in the barn agnst FIRE, LIGHT-NINWINDSTORM 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 ror mis ana i nave had to retu ic until today, but I have it for you now. HAIL RATES. auto-matically G, To-da- y Is Here! There are many of you that own Auto's but there are few of you who realize the chance you run when you arc operating "your Auto. A few minutes time investigating this protection may save you many minutes of worry. Look up your old policy and see if you have enough insurance on your property. than ever before. Your property is worth more now per ncrc. $50.00 per Acre in field nd $200. per ncrc in Barn for four months at $7. $100.00 per ncrc in field nnd $200.00 per acre in Bnrn for four months nt $10.00 per crc. $200.00 per ncrc in field nnd $200.00 per ncre in Bnrn for four months nt $17.00 per icre. 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. From nil Available irulicntiont it looks as if Tobacco will be as high this year, if not hijher, thnn Inet, ns few plnntcd as rnvch ns last while others not nny nt nil, so why not spend a few dollnrs And protect you. Policies go into effect at noon (12 o'clock) Thursday, July 10th, so act nt once. Either phone, write or see rnc nt the GARRARD BANK or KENCARLAN HOTEL. F ci r hi If you need money see me. Compare the Continental the other available companies writing fire insurance. .is- with ($10,000,000.00 Capital) THE TREATY UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE CO., Don't forget the places to find me at the Garrard Bank SOLICITORS Will Protect you. Chnrlcy Thompson and Smiley Hill. and Trust Company, or The Kengarlan Hotel. R. T. PEDDICORD THE GENERAL INSURANCE MAN. the County hn Just tol 1 nit-- , that no Tups tho only two days old. j thread bare. Cut the price of wool experience of Madison County, not claims for damage, occuring in 1919 Another matter that, that I wish , from i.' cents to 20 cents and lambs neurly ro soon, never in fact" Now would be paid until 1920, under this to refer to, and which I should have from 18 to 8 cents, then how many of l'rof. I.loyd makes this assertion, yet opinion of Assistant Attorney uener-ul- . spoken of, while discussing Madison us, would have patriotism enough to gives no reasons for snme. 1 suppose County Tax. The County Clerk of i continue to rais.i wool and shefp, county, told me he paid peciolly if cattle were worth 18 cents Dojj; he expects us to take his word for it, Now l'rof. I.loyd says that on AS as he has in a number of other eases. Match 31stT.19 the amount of mon- $107.80 to his Editor for publishing End hogs 20 cents, The 1'rofessors Interpretation of ey accruing to the sheep fund of G.n-rar- d j a list of those listing dogs, nnd the Now it is unpatriotic, for n man to the law is nil right if it would stand County, after accounting for .ill ex nnd number of dogs listed. Why want his dog protected, even though the test, yet he is sadly In need of money received and spent under the is this necessary? The same identi- he is paying a higher rate of taxation Through And frets, ns evidence of which, I want to j Mr. Walkrr S.yt operation of the new dog law is cal list can be found in the Clerks or. him, than any other property, yet uirer, n letter written by tho Assist- $223.93 more thnn the entire sheep Ollice, as furnls'ied him by the Coun- lets see if there "are not others". Hat Nothing Mora To Say, ant Attorney dcnernl, to the Com- fund of 1918. Now I'rof. I.loyd ty Assessor. This same County Lets investigate I'rof. Lloyd's missioner of Agriculture, knows this statement is misleading, Clerk said to me, that on account of alon,: this partlcilar line. The following article from the pen "April 21, 1919. ns on March 31st he knows there is i the dog tax, his offiic ynuld ,iay him He iidnits he is a fimcr, yet doe. of Mr. Woods Walkrr ns handed u ' $800.00 more money, this year, than not own ii sh" p, nor e' er owned one, Hon. Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of n large amount of expense not nc-- I several weeks ago, hut not until this counted for at that time, nnd cannot last. He further said that 15 cents i e ,oea not say how long he has been lime rouhl ue find space to run it. Agriculture, Krankfort, Ky. J be known what it will amount to, un- - for each license, instead of 25 cents farming, yet we presume, at least, Dear Sir: We gladly submit it to our readers. pay the County Cleik amply. J sjncc we iiavc been at war with Ger- til December 3 lit 1919. In your letter of the 115th Inst, you Kilitor Central Record, This with practically $300. paid out, many. Now in all this time, during Any Sheriff or County Clerk will ' in ask whether Section 29 of Chapter Lancaster, Kentucky. the same County, for killing dogs, this distressing need of wool. Prof. 112, Acts of 1918 means that claims tell you that it is impossible to de- -' is where some of the "leaks" are. Llovd. has never made nn effort, to Dear Sir: Replying to Professor LloyM's ar- tiled in 19IK shall be paid in full, fray all these expenses in enforcing I New Pi of. Lloyd draws the conclu-- , And why 1C,, ,u,,py this need. ticle in June Ath iuue of your whether there is sulTicient money in this law, for less than 50 per cent of nun, Hum ins siuicmeni, 111 u pn-- j nasn t he? Ho tells us tumseii, in ins paper would submit the following. tin 11 1 K dog fund to lake rare of the the entire tux collected, and under vious article, "that the Kentucky , ast article. "1 would like to own As to paying losses, I have not same. Section in of the Chapter these circumstances, I make the same Sheep Growers Association framed ,onie, but urn afraid to. Am afraid changed my mind, in tiio least, never provides for the ircation of n County statement, I made before, that Gar this law", that I accuse the Kentucky ,oi; n,Ki,t kill one, like they did my contrary. liie stock fund nnd. It further provid- rard County had more money to pay Sheep Growers Association of graft, ( neighbors Mr. Price". Where is your the leu. l'rof. I.loyd. to the sheep losses, in 1918 than she will es ns follow s, My contention was fiom the lint but says my statement would have , patriotism Professor? Can't take a l'rof. more weight, had I pointed out in "All monies at present in the Meg have in 1919, nevertheless, that every penny of tho dog tax be chance on n dog killing one of your I of dogs, I.loyd says this is contrary to facts. what shape or manner, they were applied to the losses, anil if this did fund' derived from taxation needed wool 1 am deeply obliged to I'rof. grafter. Now he will pardon" me for . sheep, when our soldiers not lUlTice, the County to make up under tho existing law, shall be turn- J Now blankets so badly. I am afraid I.loyd for his nttempted explanation, I the deficit, and pay same when claim ed Into said fund, all bills imurrt him, 1 have never laid fersor, that if others had not had under this act, OH DUK AT THE of why n $25,00 Kennel Tax, is about the charge of graft, nt any certain morc patriotism than some of us,, our M.ii proven nnd presented. 'half, of what it would have been this persons door, but I will say this, that Professor I.loyd says, "It may be TIMK OK THE PASSAGE Or THIS use cotton law. Perhaps he if the County Assessors or County boys would have had to under possible that the law ill lutiotl ACT, shall be paid out of said fund". year,made itthe old to himself, blankets in trenches. Tis an easy I plain had but would bo ns well enforced if fees to Section 29 of the same Chapter, pro- ' Clerks, maintained a lobby, at Frank-- , matter to be patriotic when nt the officials were lens" I admire his can- vides, in part, ns follows, "Any valid nm afraid, to no one else. What dot. fort, during the last Legislature, I . gamc time wo are increasing our bank tax I paid in 1914, 1915, 191i. 1017, never heard confession Is good claims or parts thereof for los oi dor. An hom-a- t of it. If l'rof. Lloyd account, but let the tide turn, nnd our for the soul." I'rof. I.loyd says, damage of sheep, horse, mules, cat- nnd 1918 has nothing whatever to do will refreshen his memory n little, 1 patriotism begins to wane. Now no with this matter. The fuct is, I kept believe he will ndmit "Something is causing this law to be ties, or swine, which have accrued i that he was the t0ubt I'rof. Lloyd feels there are than anj under any general or local laws, at n small pack of running dogs, until gentleman who first made use of the reasons satisfactory" to himself, why more generally enforced i the last 12 or IK mouths. Since then wont other dog law, ever was in Kentucky. any time prior to the passage, of this "tirart' when he said, "all of he should raise biscuit for the boys in This jhows how little he knows act, shall not abate by reason of the j I have iirpui ed u Kennel, nnd have us have seen so much of graft, that the trenches, instead of wool nnd 'err probably would hove from Su to ( we nre constantly expecting about the enforcement of It. There repeal of such general or local net, it" mutton, and he has a right to say in Me requ'rements in the law, nbiolutc-l- y but shall be paid out of the same fund 75 dogs, during tho year. Now In Now Prof I.loyd raises tho issue wnat way he will help to sent. I this connection, I'rof. Lloyd says I whether any man owning 50 dogs "is unenforced, nnd no clfoit what- of the proper County." , don't blame him, for dogs can't gtt This appears to make it conclusive should be more careful and less bus- Just the men to say tho last word in his biscuit, before the soldlws do, and ever being made to enforce same. His contention thit this dog tax.mon-e- v that it was the intention of tho ticn-er- ty. Thanks for his unsolicited ad- regard to the provisions of a much they might get one of his sheep Assembly that all valid subsist-In- g vice, for while possibly incapabk) to needed law, to promote sheep raising, Is tin, "n.iti misers own monev" In conclusion I would say, that I claims, under tho old law, were In impart same, yet one should appreci- by restricting dogs", Tim- - no doubt to uso as they please, Is groundless. ' I'rof. Lloyd says, is true, nnd yet I Hitter n'jielf, that accept I'rof. Lloyd's "Olive Branch", it, further tended to he provided for under this ate the effort. What claim have they on than being paid for sheep losses. net, und that they were to bo paid In "under the new law, u dog is subject I am Just as nearly qualified, as the in identically the same spirit, in whicli Doesn't the law provide that nny sur- full. It would have been difficult for to taxation, the moment he Is born, Professor who never owned n sheep. ho offer it. I have no grieviencc ranging from 1 to 4 dollars. This is Now Prof. Lloyd dwells at length on whatever with him, yet to be perfectplus, after paying losses belongs to the General Assembly to have Supthis iden more clearly, than true, yet is It commendable? the school fund. I reckon those Mad-Ido- n the patriotism of growing wool and ly frank, I have frequently wondeted 1 County farmers who had losses, the sections ubovc referred to have pose own a bitch, and have paid $2 raising sheep. Does it require nn "Just where" he gets into this conduring January 1019 and have been expressed It nnd, I nm of tho opinion license on her, for tho year 1919. unusual amount of patriotism to grow troversy as he terms it. I knew told they will have to wait until 1020 that tho claims accruing in 1918 Suppose on December 31st 1919 she 05 cent wool and 18 cent lambs? And from the beginning, he was no dog to get their claims, feol that part of J should and must be paid in full, al- should whelp a litter of G puppies, all Is there uny more patriotism In rais- owner, and I rightly conjectured, he tho fund at any rate, does not belong, though it may require somo of the females, then on that day, there ing (if. cent wool and 18 cent lambs, was no sheep owner. Then under to the sheep raisers. In answer to j fund collected in 1919 In order to would be a tax of $24.00 due on that than in raising 20 cent Hogs and 18 the circumstances, wounld'nt it show a refined, considerate and gentle my question, "how much sooner carry out this provision of tho law." litter, and again, the next day, Jan uary lit, 1020 there would bo unother cent cattle? Now no one admires manly Instinct, to let the dog men and Yours very truly, would this law become self support$24,00 due on this litter thus making true patriotism more than I, yet this sheep men, settle their own ing If half of Income from tax was Assistant. Attorney General." until worn Clerk of Madison a total of $48.00 duo on this litter of has been camouflaged The County not paid out for other purposes." MORE OF THE DOG LAW. Seen From The Owners Standpoint. I'rof I.loyd ajn "Judging from Thanking the Editor of this paper, for so courteously extending space to my nrticles, I promise not to further impose upon him. Very Respectfully, WOODS WALKER. Oldest Living Thing. The oldest IIIhe thing In the world Is thought to be the famous cj press In the iliiirchjnrd of the Tillage of Snntii Mnrlu del Tide, n few miles from, Mexico city. Imports lme esti- mated Its ngo ns between fire nnd six thnu-nii- il jonrs. It Is said tn havo been n stripling two hundred jenrs old when Cheops built the great pyramid. Exchange. The Unknown Quantity. Whin n thing like that happens a man duos not know exactly where ho Is or how he feels. The largeness and the smallness of the world niiiazo him; the mystery of life bewilders him; he Is confused In the presence of the unknown quantity, llrnv he behaves, what he says or does, depends entirely 'ul. This lllinll lllstliifls l,,.iiiiil tils l what happened to Itlihard when he nearil the voice or Carina. Henry Vim I).iKe. Arctic Night. Viewed solely um ii nuittir of optics. - Arctic ilunight Is nx dark as any night. Eipforcrx In high latitudes sa), however, that there are ninny ullcvlu-thin- s ot the ohscurltv. Tho slurs llash keenly, the moon comes along In u regular succession of phases, the snow surface lelleus the gloom under ion- ilitlous of the utmost iiIimiiiv nt llslit. mill tho aurora borealls Is the finest kind of ii in I nit ii t . Explorers all agree that their men pass the winter liUi. without much dlltleulty If only then are means of umuseiiient. Garrard Circuit Court. Geo. Broaduus' Adni'r, ct al, I'lffs, VS NOTICE. Geo. Droaddus' II rs and Cicditor?, Defendants. Notice is hereby given that tho will sit in his office In Ky., on AUGUST 5th, 1919, beginning at 0 o'clock A. M to receive and hear proof on claims against the estate of George Droaddus, deceased. All persons having claims against the said estate will tile the same properly verified according to law before said date. W. Ii. BROWN, JI. C. tl. O. C. 24-2- t. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 31 1919. Dally ! Thought.-'''hnlove- r la, la In It doll. tsflses Just 1 Ollly Thought. i)ril without thoughts h.?., .on ko. ITsmlet. neTer to Otltcat Anemone. Success Ccp i" , f:hcn, "Is Anemone mean "nlndflnwrr," nml "Opportunities." . i ' like race Iioo. Par's . ' if plenty of I Mi called hecniiso It Is iu delicately kIs.mI Hint It swnj Willi tlii- - lightest Vin. IV success nf ilo nhk ili'iH-nd- i motion nf the ntnmsphcrt'. nn plckln' rlfht tine." w Sex Difference. Flrtt U. 0. r Slump wore When It li 11 mull Retlliiir u set of ''muster' n curly n 1SI.".. Iml the titofllrtal 'nl-- e teeth, ho In nfrnlil lip Is lint ko. United States stumps wore Issued to ins tn he nlilf tn rut with them; If If Is n Miimnn, the In nfrnlil she will not In' nble tn talk. Houston I'ost. Optimistic Thought The Truly Wit. The principal foundations of til Hi Mint Imi nhtiilmsl tiny nmnunt Not Dont In That Rtckless Way. ststes are good laws and good arms. of knowledge f imt truly wise unless .Mliuli'ii Courier "A few jenrs nga lu Appropriates It nml ran use It for Mr. spent $2..V) for in!vir!l.lnc Ineredlble. without ilrmvlni! miv crowd tn his ' iimlil e hts need. Dr, John Ilrown. Wife iiipii spy Hint If I n he Is cnmlnonl thnt It Mure, ourselves as others sen in, we wouldn' I",,"",'t l'r."-H"- ton Transcript. believe It. Tll-l'.leducation the Only Road. I'dilofitlnn nlnni" can conduct u to t cnloyinciit which Is nt once best Nerves-ofSmel- l Chanct for Inventor!. Note. ' nuiillty and' Infinite In ipinntlty. l . ,,rw ,,f JIO.ikni I, offered tiy tli met hnnlcAl Ira- of tin In 'nrnre Mniin. Wnliiut tinmen' iissislallon tn nny , : w incuts of tin HC", tin1 bet alarm 'one wli" Mill Invent ii satisfactory ma- chrk M still tin' sweet perfume of Toleilo Hindi?. i v nj hum and crrs. chine for branding the shell of em-lv "Contentment." roi.unk.'d Milnbone. t i:nsll.-- l walnut In a erly $10,000,000 "nm n middy thine; ile only Kldd a Nt,. lived Me 'limit It N lt' kin' n' Imliil to 'tln-- 1 The redoubtable i Woman's Bralnleit Age. shout 200 year ue i.ii'e that puMi from Jes' plain larlness," nos.A wnmnu'H hrnln miches Its crent 11 1 stood on the prviMi' .ton Transcript est Height nhimt the nee nf twenty t'rarl street. New Yin-'- t ity Hut cal Taite. fiw, while In the nf n man, thM "IS i tni ii new nine ihw'H not iMvur nnlll ten jearn Inter. Compiler Seek to Retain Old Friend,. that's limiiiil tn innke n hit." Concert This exilnlns the iiertlm that n The ears have taught some sweet, MnnnciT "Any scum In It!" "Nmie wnninii nt the iiL'e nf tni'iily-nnIs In none wiser than ;!!. hitler lessons things else, hut of nt nil." "Any fun In Hi" "Nt hit." n Letter uiltiin tn die n matured I lilx: to pend In nit In ItV "N'nt n iinte." Juilcmeiit Hum n man lit the smile ace. "Any muli' " hi friends to he most miserly. "(J'llle rlcht! YniiSe pot u "nore 1 ell. Solomon's Fountain. Taking Up Our Time. Vllter from Kins ulnumii'H ''Sealed Siiinellme e are colni; to flpire op Jeru-snleiOnly Action That Counts, of our telephon-lli- j Kmiiiliiln." M'en miles from "t nln' pt nn lime." ni'd t'nele how many hmirs n tlaylNtenlnc patient Is (niiM')i'il tn the i lly lhrnui;ti time Is ileotiil tn listen tn ile mall ilut tells Khen. "In ay, liiiHlern Iron plp.'S part of the me 1 ain't npiirerlutetl, tmlt t he kin ly to sweet nlie mijIiib Hint they nml the remainder ef the distance hy .step forward hit onelf nn' glinmo a kiinw they oiicht not tn i1lturl us at nil nnclitit liili ewiiy known ns Solonur work. Ohio State Journal. liettrr Job." mon's Hlplelltlct. Optimistic Thought. Whii depend upon another tibte often dines late. taut ma i INUTU'MAN SIX i f r ff??"??!"fl,f"J""?"-?'I???????- n i 81 The Perfected Six Lexiiiuton lias achieved in perfect inn the lependal)Ie six cylintlcr type of car, one must take the wheel and observe IN order to fully appreciate the re ill. The smooth, silent starting; the quick the rhythmic; flow and ebb of power, highly rcsxmMve to your wish; the emergency brake that operates with one finger; the complete confidence and rest fulness one enjoys whether taking a hill on high or inching through traffic. c,et-awa- y; Let us demonstrate this remarkably good car it i: a tound investment. ........ . ....... a . J Girl's Problem. The f.ilher nf ii little clrl I know Isj WetluKllst, nml her mother nn Kpls-- 1 i mpalhm. and the poor child never! tn saylns her prny.'rs. nlietlierl 1 or Ah-- I end them with ien." P. W. Howe's Monthly, A Little Dog, of War. On July --S. 1S.1S, Ccnerul Znrhnry Tajlor, nftcrwaril president nf the l'nlted States. riiUcled the cmern-liinv.i 'i nt to funil-- ll him with hlimdhniind i.i he ucd In limit ii i; the Seminole In dlans of ITorldn, lie was furnished v.llh the doss. tt .t ..ik tail fli iillitl'tt I Monkeys Hard to Train. Performing mnnkeys selilnm live Long Railway Tunnel. more than a few months. Mnny of The Iniiui'-- t railway tunic I on th them die of frltlit while lielnc trained, American conllncut Is i!ic !!i.j'" and It Is consequently iieceary for I'as tunnel mi Itie linckv Miiuutn:n larKe numher nf ill'lslnn in the Cau.iillan I'acllle line, trainers to keep tinlmul iinderstiiilles. whli h - ilii' miles In leiiirth nml runs under Ml. Mncihuiahl. In the Selklik rame. It was iiiiiMrm led nt a out of Very Old Banknote. The loncest time durlnK which a more than K10.0iai.0iM. Irenus tn Its ' "" '" "" ' note has remained outside the ltanki" "MB I on nf ...f el.J,,. the Itclihurtf division ...11.. the ' i',irinri. i.w 111 v. ...... n . St..l..h In 111 und It Is computed that the com- - llill'll ,X .UillUt- IIIIIMIU t T4 111 f li'iiKth, uus the hincest tunnel In I iiind Interest ilurlnir thut loim ierlod America. mouuteil to no less than li.lI). Didn't Quite Understand. Utile John und his mother were home one vlsltins nt the minister' day, when John picked up n Testament from the tahle. The minister' wife said: "Yen inut net piny with that hook, tor It Is tlml's hisik." A week Inter, while lit the minister' hniue ncnln. he sjihsl the hisik and jnldt "Why ihs'sn't llml come and Ret Ills honk" ... ... I' Guarded Natural Retources. "Tlie Indians nf Kentucky," ay fir Clark WNsler. "were In the hahlt of I'l'rnlnc nn forest ureas reculnrly r.s to provide pnsttira;:t fur the hiiffalo. thus enticing him to remnln In the rountry." Apiln, the Indlnns llvlue In the recions where wild rice crows, were ohscrved to take certain precautions to protect the rice heils, even to facilitating their crowth." MARION D. JOHNSON Lwlngton Motor Company Conntravill. Ind.J 0. S.' A. Public Sale 9 Having purchased another farm, I will sell at public auction my place on the Poor Ridge pike, five miles from Lancaster and known as the "Buck Carter" place, on Street Hats of Much Distinction of Farm , To Drlvs Moths From i Pltno. When moths ji't lnto n plmm Ih' tlirin Is to hl'st inrniis of tnslc iii n nihliiri' of tur'nlloi', nml oil of InTrmlrr. sml ,iiilrt this Inslih' tin' liistriimrnt nllh n mrt of rnt trny. t'so - tn onu of iiluisiillnr; uihl n few lros nf Imrmler to ruth ounce. !' think you might hui' jirermrs'tlons to riii'le mnile soni iiie," llushand "Yon do me Injns. tliv. my ilenr. I hne hail the llhrary nml 1'iirhir Ihorimclily rleninsl iilreil," (Interrnptlnc) Servnnt "I'lense sir, the iniiii hns inine with n hurnw for them ennily iMitlles." I'i'iii n The Husband In Chirgt. Wife-- "("oiislilerlnB how Ions mix, I SATURDAY, AUGUST 9th At Ten o'clock rain or shine. This farm contains as a whole about 106 acres, with the following improvements: Dwelling, two story, six rooms and two halls, and another practically new Bungalow, containing four rooms, good front porch and splendid cistern at the door; Three good tobacco and stock barns, capable of holding about nine acres of tobacco; and all necessary outbuildings. The farm is well watered, with everlasting springs and wells, suitable for tobacco, corn and other grain and very pro-th- e ductive, being sand stone land, kind that brings the bright- - A Nincompoop. "Ninri'iiiisMii" Is ii most entirely nml rellmsl mi of uilllni: n lrini nIt fiMil n or htm Vhinil or n Ijitln s nirriii'lloii of the nun I'h'n niiiiMis miiills' not Miutnl nf mlml. Ileslili's helni sntlsfj'. Iff nml n llmil It hits a rlassliiil orltftn 111 nihlMhiii. 9 Q est qualities of tobacco. The farm will first be sold in two tracts and then as a whole, the one bringing the best price, being accepted. Tract number one, contains the main dwelling and about 66 acres of land, with stock and tobacco barn. Tract number two, will contain about 40 acres, with Bungalow, tobacco barn and other improvements. Possession given January 1st, 1920, or sooner if arrange ments can be made. Purchaser will be given seeding privileges this fall. This farm will absolutely sell without limit or by-biThose desiring to look at property before day of sale will be gladly shown over place. TERMS of the sale will be announced on that date and will be liberal. d. Stephen L. "Walker. Phone No. 329-Lancaster, Ky, Route 3. CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. Y. tailored huts, uhoo nil elm', tho llno'H the think' Willi Hhlili to ciitrh the fnney of the chic AmerUnii ami ull Thno graceful haHK, her iidinlrerH. two of tlieiii IiiivIiik nlinnileuu, Mirtruy three widely illtTerent ntles, nml eiitll iniih:ivlz,'S Hint hlinilldly of Irlm-liili- is Is ii virtue In street hills xome--t lil nt; that they ciitmot nrToril to lunori' All of Ihi'KO lulls lire of hlai'k llsere, ii hoft hut hrllllant hrnld, nml nil of them reveal the iinotentii'ioi of sewing, whkli Is n irety clmrneterlstle nf tho This roiiKliness, or "hiimiii' styles. ness," us It has heen culhsl, Is much uilmlreil. These hats nro design suited tn The ery silrlted youiiser matrons. iihhIi'1 ut tho right has u narrow lirliu, or rolls, nml Is fuoi'd enlltless of with reie K'urKette. llaiidi of fancy lilnck hralil unnder iirniiiul und over Its rroun, Ilut that uhlili rliilius Instant ii il nil ri li tr attention for tills model Is tho effectiveness of hii feullf er trlmmlne. Two funs of Imitation Kourn ure mounted ut tho hack. They' remind one of u proud urnl Kniceful crest such at nature places on tlu Leads of heautlful hlrds. Th hat ut the left has a soft crown of satin anil a sweeping hrlm of llsere, deep haudeau. inouuted on The brim looks as If It were set on u sutln cup, A long, curved quill ut gljrcerlued Huts of hiich elilllslte lllli'M us tluiho ovirlrli makes u wonderful trlmmlnir, that nro iilitunil here irovf that in foTlowliiK the itrueeful runes of the, hrlm und leiiKlhenliii; Its lines. The hut helow Is one of Hie new hanilenii hats with hrlm rolllni; up- ward nt the left nml droppim: sharply at Hie right. Thero Is simm'HiIiii; very roguish mid ilei ldiilly i hlc In lids Some wns driHip over lh rlirlit eye. has ulllrined thut tin' ladles lire weur-lui- ! only olio i)e this M'iimoii, und somelliiies hotli ell's ure ulmost lost ilnmpllU In the shallow of hrlms. Hut In spite of this i luinulni; d eei'i'iilrlclly, the hut ileturisl Is n model with three Kljrerlneil ostrich plumes nt the hack. J Sttel and Iron, Sli el Is a kind of Iron which ran he luimmcrctt nut thin without craeuiiig nml eiiii he mndo cMrcmcly hard hy helm: hentisl nml then cisihsl utcklv. It Is different from ordinary Iron Ikciium- - of the umoimt of curium In It. Wrinicht Iron coniilns loss mr-huthan seel und so It cannot he Mndo mi hard; cut Iron contiilns mori' nml so Is hrlttle. iii-.'- v I I Deaf and Dumb Language. Tim llneji Inpedlu Ilrltannliii snyst "We have coiitersnl hy situs with ilcuf pisiple from ull parts of the llrll-llles, from P'runee, front Norway mid Knilcn, I'i'lanil, I'liiland, llnly. Iliisslii, Turkey, the I'nltedlSlntes mid found that they nro Iml 1 u uoild- nidi melius of couiuiimliiitloir . . . Ilcuf pisiple In America converse with l!is Inilliins with therehy how-ln- tr how tint unit the L'iicrHllly of een del Kpee slaus ure." When Tcbieeo Was Taboo. In 1IJIS Hie Massiii ls ceuernl court orderisl, a nrlliT iniiiinents, "that lui man shall take liny tol.accn nllhlii '11 ies of any house, or so pear ns may eudmu'er tho mi ." In 17HS nn net nils passisl fnrlilddlin; th cinrjhiK of lire tliiouuh the streets ei- eit In ii niMTnl vessel, smokllik'. or huiliiK In one's sis.sesslou 'uiiy.llslited pipe or sejiur" lu Ihe streets or on the nhai)M'S. The pcnnlly was i. If the olTitiiler was In a ropewulk, Hid ully uus from to This pro- hlhllloii of 17US wus not repealed until 1SS0. Ornaments of Ribbon. Itll'lion, from tho widest lo the liar rowest, Is used ullh churmlni; eflis't In tho simplest of ha? decoration. There are ull sorts of nspietllsh cock, udes und oilier oruumeuts made In narrow rlhhou, whllo lurpi, perfectly Ilut hows lire applied in croups to tho crowns of lioth lurtte ami small hats. Many Apron Effects. Kuuiuier dressV's show u number of Tliese nproniunlcs, uproii effects. 's sometimes lu tiers shaped like u uproii, ure trimmed with frills tare, etc. beuds, plultlni, - r u..