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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 7, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919080701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 7, 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. If PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THUBSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 7, 1919. - SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YIAH NUMBER IB. $ ,.,r',. Mm' ; - .WWPi nnMfc ' ' Garrard County's New Tobacco Warehouse Nearlng Completion SALESMEN BLACK DEFEATS HIGH COST FIGHT SWOPE DEFEATS ELIMINATE HARDIN. .Named As Danville's Kentucky tobacco grow CARROLL BY 20,000. Begins This Week. .Deputy Collector. ers made over Ninety Carries All But Two Intsr.tt Csnters In Meeting Called Carries District By Long Wait for Trains. Amuiii.1 Dull.. L.l Friday. by Palmar to Conltdsr Methods three Millions. Districts. or More, and Light Business Car Now Enables of Procedure. Hon. W, Vernon Richardson, was Garrard by MajorThe 11U9 tobacco- - crop" enriched Thsm to Make Quick Trips from MAJORITY IN CARRARD 530. designated by Hon. Klwood Hamilton, Collector of Kentucky, to be hi Kentncky growers nt Ieat IS SOUGHT. NORMAL LEVEL City to City at Reduced Cost. ity of 455. according to a compilation nf Chief Deputy at Danville, and he (inventor Mack easily won his ON LAST CROP 1,-0- 00 $93,2(16,-118.7- richards6n Newport. t The 1 Uwensuoro, 'i'o,i. puunuo, unu iurmiiK iiuu me Lexington, Covington, Danville and Iiuisvillr, having becnlhonk depo.its of the hurley farmers d Into the "Kentucky District"! 70,J6U,0.l.l.6.. ! ... . vith headouarte .i. r .,;.viil.. . Under the new order of things . . ... . ...I .1in .L ,- -. ... ., ... . u.r there will l,e tuiwiisincis 0,boril., ... of lowing places: Danville. Owensboro, I ,mift Ann ua Mon- r.duc.1.. Bowling (.reen, lovington;ii,ay thc M R Lexington, Ashland, Miildlesboro TJ e speaker held his coni'regstior. preparations are being made to ex- for an hour on the customs t lid "im- tend this service to Frankfort and mers of the Fast. liU duties ns such there last mcn'hly repur.. .cut into the Depuit-mi- t of Agr. ulturc up tj July '. The polntment Friday morning of Col. KlchiinUon is n popular ami This is only growirs' sales. The total, worthy one, n he had received val- ircluding sales for dealers and iJ tlCU . 15,227.01 uable Instructions along this line be City for( Th rcpo.- - are made month.y vy fore leaving Washington Danville, where he has been for the wnre'i usiniin to the Commisaiurvr Collector of Asrmlture. Mat S. Cohcii. Wnilc patt two month a few r citter ns sales continue along John W. Hughei. After taking the oath last Friday, durlm; th- jear the bulk of ths crop administered the oath to left t.'tj I'todjoers hands by the en I he in turn of other member of the office 'force. Hurley, of courie, led in the sale Lnst Thursday was the last day of the Eighth Internal District of Ken an average, bringing to the Kronen tucky, a the present five districts . $32.67 the hundred pounds for 232,- un-tcsp-'n- uives iood Lecture, Introducing his subject by the for Danville will Moilsm call to prayer which is heard No 4 and will be composed of the from every Mohommedan Mosque in An- counties fnllnwing seventeen the Far Kast, the speaker said in . . , Mercer. Boyle, (lamrnl, un .Lnon. Uockcastle. Casey, Marion, Tay- xoln, an ilin(uU Mohammed- Bus- lor. Green. Ailalr, Cumberland. anim. Sikhl.m. Buddhism. Par.eei.ni .sell. Clinton, l'ulaski, McCreary nml worshi;.. wayn. "Hinduism." said the swaker. "is . , ,h. Danville office will nave me, The change OriL-inallv aame force of worker, and the It was a ranpM in inn. -- v. .. . u f ,h will not man any f .1 : tax payers, as the same . iv. ...... . . rm'thri ii' Mi thn ilemon-wor- vice will be given them. (shippers, whom they foUnd'hen they In addition to the Division- - Office, entered India, the Hindus adopted Zone Deputies will be stationed In thw almost numberless deities they Soon." the following places In the Danville now- - acknowledge. Lebanon, Harrodsburg, Division: "The Hindu caste system is too in- Famous Ctvalry, Rapidly Dwindling, .Stanford and Somerset. tricate to go into thoroughly, but its Will Answer Roll Call At Olym-pi- a followers are divided into orignally they four classes or castes, but y Springs This Month. le in 870.000 castes Mr. Taylor Ilaney sold his livery last Friday to Mr. Charlie Fnn-- I ow these are pariah or Morgan's Men will hold their anwi'l Thc Hindu girl has n very lcrs, who has taken charge and Is! nt Olympia Springs nual reunion fact that it was the new dem&ndi of It Into a modem garage. jcut time. They ore sold into 994 1449 August 20, 27, 28th, according to an the railroad labor unions which Total floors are being laid amlnaj(,. when little children, the.e girls Swope's majority 455. out by Horace M. ll. Several official have ex evenly piarried, that is to say, announcement sent every convenience, looking to the iarc Taylor of Carlisle, secretary of the pressed mpathy with the salaibJ comfcrt of the public Ii being instill-- 1 u man 0f thirty may marry a child of organisation. Lexington was con I six or seven years, and in India to- man who lacks the bucking i.f a pow- ed. ' sidered as the meeting place after the crtul rgun ration. " widows , day we have over Blue Grass Fair Association offered m prtvtuni widowhood." veterans n tent on thc grounds J These same widows are held res-- . the pur- Mr. James House admission, but the committee deA city man got a very glowing cirpAt-- . - iiunstblu .. for tin vim. of their hus- - and ..n. ti . .i of 'hnii'il l i AlClfUWt'U laim iivi the custom cided to continue The place known ns the "John Will cular from a Chlcuge "development bands, and can not rcmatry, or to en ryvillc, containing about n&u acres, meeting nt Olympia Springs. Dunn-Bradsh- aw. Poor" farm wns sold lust Monday by company" offering him 10 acres of ter into the usual social cerdeo. Only about sixty-fiv- e veterans nt- - the United Realty Company of Lex- land in Florida for the surprisingly for which he paid $212.00 an acre. "They are cursed by the priests mceings, and ington, Tills Is said to be a very productive pud the last two Ijist Saturday afternoon at the of which Mr. Oliver T. Wal- small sum of $2,500 a "peanut unit" people, and classified less than t tended farm and has many acres of virgin dust upon thc streets of India. It is I many of them are now very feeble. lace is manager, to Mr. J. I. Hamil the circular called it. He could home of the brides parents, Miss It. Mr. House will get possBreckinridge Camp, soil on Of the John C. ton and Mr. Howard King. The farm grow, the circular said, a thousand I una Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c:.tlmuted that there lire over 110,970 ession about January flrst. which included veterans of other orcontains about 450 acres and brought bushels of peanuts on his 10 acres Jesse Dunn df this city, was married widows of Indin under the age of ganizations as well as Morgan's cav- about $42,000. It lies on the Lex and could sell the peanuts allowing to Mr. Eugene Bradshnw, Rev. D. F. ten." e twenty-onof the 223 ington and Lancaster pike, near for low prices at $2 a bushel. The Sebastian officiating. "Tli &miiL,r fthiiwpil innm if tliP alry, only Mrs. Bradshaw' is very charming city man was Impressed: but he sent Dr. Thompson Is preaching some of costume, llm curj0, 0( tle country. members are now living. The ma- Camp Nelson. the circular to the United States De- - and attractive, popular with the the greatest Gospel sermons that we j uft,r wh,ch he Hppeaei for Breater jority of Morgan's command are resiof Fayette, Scott, Clark, JessaHe has a vital i partment of Agriculture with a query yt unget set, having graduated at our have ever heard. n ln0 development of the dents counties. S. G. as to whether or not the investment high school four years ago and has the c,urch is mine and Bourbon KMjp cn the Word and n livl.n; faith rnlt The mion Covington is president and We believe that his mcsia- - ,oim,lnml. more , In God. Friends will reirret to learn of the was a good one. Following are some since taught in scveinl of the schools building up a Sharp of ges will enlighten the unsaveu ami vnjt CCeli,ilaitical power after ths Horace M. Taylor of Carlisle, secre- death of Mrs. Claude Wherritt, which sentences from the letter he got inof the county. Mr. Bradshnw is the son of Mr. occurred at their home in New Or- - reply: "The literature Is of the kind, stir tho saved to greater consecration manner of Rome. The mission of the tary. designed to deceive city people in the William Bradsl.aw and has lived in leans this week. for service. church Is something more than gathShe had visited here and by her North and West who do not know the county most of his life. He enOur church welcomes every one to ering the elect of the mass of peod!-liot. ;uvery service. Come and sit in henv. sweet and gracious manner won the anything about farming." "The aver- tered thc service of the United States and getting them ready for n Dr. J. J. Byrne, the hearts of all who met her. Much age return from 10 acres of peanuts army und taw scrviit overseas, refill places witn us. Pastor. bliss. To insist on form and ceremonies and to prove our Ritcri- - Danville Optometrist und Optician, sympathy is expressed for Claude, would not exceed $300 to $500." turning to his nativo state last May. farm, In al They have gone to housekeeping ral descendance from the npostlci is will make his usual summer trip to whose devotion and unrelenting ef- "You could buy a 100 acre forts to relieve her suffering was un- most any of the counties of western on the farm recently vacated by Mr. Virgil Conn, of to idle our time, while the harvest is Lancaster the last week in August. Messrs Frank and Florida, including the one mentioned Walker Bradshaw near McCreary, and til In?. the firm of Conn and Conn, purchas- ripe." in the circular, for the price these are now receiving tiie best wishes and Garage Com"Thc extension of the Kingdom of ed thlsweek of the Ilex congratulations of their friends and people ask for 10 acres." of the "Hex God this is thc business pany, the building known as the "The whole 'unit' system, whether neighbors. Mr. D. A. Thomas sold this week The Kingdom of God this church. Garage" und located on Stanford Next Saturday at 2:3(1 p. m., there it Is pecans, peaches, figs, cane, peaIs tho "a jw society which Jenu cane the property recently purchased of street. hogs or what not, Is simply a in which God is rerog-nize- d Mr. John Mount, on Maple Avenue, will be a baseball game at Paint Lick, nuts, This building was formerly used as to esullifh, selling land at three to five and loved ns father nnd man, to Mr, W. A. Farnau, for $4,250 ktween that team and Lawrence-b- i means of u picture show building, known at rg and the result la looked forward time what. t, Is worth to Ignorant or and that tlrrfe as the Rex Theater and wa recoguiiei us brother and sofveU as This is yery desirable propertyevery to with interest. Paint Lick has one unwary,,' small Investors." "To pfy hr.s a 100 foot frontage, with built by Mr. Luther Hereon our pres- uch " Und would Gr;ra,s6 mil"The niif.l.n of the ch'jnh is to convenience found In a modern home, of the best teams In Central Kentucky $2,500 for thla 10 acres of ent Chief of Police. part of. the vacant lot beyond the and it takes a corking good team to tamp you as a 'sucker of the rank' The building has been thoroughly save the world as a wl.olo. The Everybody est class." "All this is without re Cronley take their measure. overhauled and is now the most mod world Itself la subject of redemption, residence was told to Mr. leaving Mr. should attend and boost for hi home flecting in any way on Florida, for it !s to Ilroaddus, for 11,000, A. W. rn eouiDued garage In the city, be The duty of the church today vbtch Thomas a desirable lot facing the team. Admission only 25 cents. is a good State and lands are cor.ipatt Ing built entirely of concrete r.ud U slnlro'ut'of 'sight t'.ltTercnce tf." B. aticly cheap ll: ;r . Let all go. Galncj property. divide and to see no man but Christ, pruitlcally Ireproof, ... .,.,. ,l. ... ,,; ., nomii ution over JuJgc J .dm D, ( ll fnr Governor in tlu primary last Friday. He carried every Congress-iona- l District in the state except two, thi Fifth and Sixth. Th vote polled throughout the state was exceptionally small, in some places not exceeding more than one third 01 the usual numbei o' ot-- s nolltd. Governor Black prjved e'xceptioi ally strong in Garrard county, recciv-in- g ! votes while Judge Carroll re jrivtu only 1 1(5. W. It. Shanks for Lieutenant Governor rwrcivH f TJ voti-- s to Oldham's 108; Hagcr carries the county over .Mat Cohen by a majority of 53; wins In the county by a majority 141; Musick has n majority of 31; Goodman carries the county by 32 votes and Foster has n majority of '7; Newman made a fine race iu f'e county getting a majority of 426 .. r Cecil. The remit of the election throughout the state shows the following rrcminatrd and will make a strong ticket in November. For Covernor Hon. James D. Black; Lt. Covernor W. H. Shanks: Secty of State Mat S. Cohen; Auditor Henry Horn or th: Attorney Gen- rrank uaugncrty; Clerk of Ceurt of AppraU-Jo- hn A. Good man; Supt. Public Instruction L. K. Foster; Commissioner nf Agriculture John W. Newman. "i MORGAN'S MEN To Meet Raney Stables Sold. ire Judge Charles A. Hardin went down in defeat last Saturday at the special election for Congressman to succeed the Hon. Harvey Helm. Hon. King Swope, Republican candidate, comes out the winner by a majority estimated by some to be 1,000 or more. Garrard county gave Swope n ma The committee appointed by thc jority of 4SS, possibly the largest Re' coufcrente. Director General Hines, publican majority ever polled in this Assistant Secretary of thc Treasury ! county, not excepting the majorities Lellingwell and Chairman Colver. of 01 Governor urauiey The result of the race comes as u the federal trade commission, have been engaged in nn exchange of complete surprise both to Democrats memoranda which will be put before and Republicans alike. Most everyone thought that Judge Hardin's electhe conference for recommendation to President Wilson, who is following tion was almost a certainty and when I the final results were announced, all steps closely. The uresence of Julius Barnes, dir. knowing ones in each political party. ector of thp United States Grain Cor- -' wcrc "niaieil. According to some of the wise-wi- ll porntion, at the meeting this week' give expert counsel to thc cabl- - acres, the defeat of Judge Hardin was net members and other officials on',,ue to tke superior organization of the grain situation. Consideration of the Republicans, who brought out a plan to sell wheat in a free market, their fu" strength, while the Demo-th- e to the PolIs and an government absorbing the differ-- ! crata failcd to ence between the morket price and unu.8Ual ,iK,lt Democratic vote was the guaranteed price, is believed cer-- ! feK'stered. Swope carried Garrard, Lincoln, tnin. Casy and Adalr bV IarKe There are indications that the torney General is paying especial at-- '. majorities, while Judge Hardin led in Byle- - Mercer, Anderson, Jessamine, He tention to cases of profiteering. has at his disposal a great volume o Spencer and Shelby, by only small information collected bv the federal majorities. In .cores of Industries. While I The following is the vote of Gar- rnrd county by precincts; Swope Hardin. 'Court House 168 164 . 191 169 has said that there is a good deal of East Park 124 144 West Park . ''Xood law" on the statute booki. r.nd 120 . 101 it is believed he will find a way to East Bryatvtsville 152 109 punish any cases where there ire evi- West Bryantsville EG 243 Buckeye dences of extortion. . 119 178 The avcrr.gc citizen is the man in Paint Lick 4R 117 uhoM behalf the profiteering inves- Wallers School B9 179 be pushed, deipite the Union tigation .1. WASHINGTON, Aug. Steps toward reducing the hi?h cost of living are expected this week. While all government departments are working toward the end of alleviating unrest by restoring n normal level of prices. Interest centers in the meeting this week of thc conference called by Attorney General Palmer to consider the best method of procedure, erpecially with respect to RESULT SURPRISES BOTH SIDES. nt Jim House Buys r arm., How A "Sucker" Was Saved, Big Farm Sells. To eliminate tolling expensive methods, many wholesale houses have equipped their sales forces with light delivery cars, with the result that their representatives have been able to triple the number of towns visited, carrying their samples with thvm. This growing practice bid fair o alleviate to a great extent die troubles of the traveling salesman. d towns and once-a-da- y railway trains have made many a salesiran throw up his hands in disgust a l l desert his profession for fields lcs wearisome and nerve wrecking. Not ouly did such railway facilities tend to reduce the ranks of the traveling salesmen, but they were responsible for an increased selling cost of dry goods, shoes, groceries, hardware, hats and similar staples. Using the railroads , the salesman was able to make but one town a day, where several hours were sufficient to call on the trade. The remaining hours were spent in enforced idleness, with the result that weekly hotel bills and expense accounts soared. But the development of the motor car, and particularly the litfht commercial car, is rapidly doing away with these methods of wholesale selling. An interesting sample of the successful use of sucu a car Is that of B. A. Rives, a shoe salesman in southern Alabama. In August, 1918, Mr. Rives bought a Dodge Brothers business car and abandoned the southern railroads as a means of covering his territory. Since that day the car has been in continual use, carrying the salesman, driver and a bulky 700 lbs of samples. To thc Dodge Brothers dealer from whom the car was purchased, Mr. Rives wrote: "I find that I can make nearly three times as many towns in a week as I formerly could by railroad and the weekly expense is no greater. The pulling qualities of your business car cannot be excelled, and the upkeep for the time that I have had it has been too little to count. The pleasure of not having to wait for trains would overbalance the en'ire expense of tho car. Refer any of the boys on the road to me if they have a heavy load and want to go along without any trouble." Meeting At Buckeye. j,e,t Regretable Death. Last Week In Augur Rex Garage Sells. City Property Sells. Ball Game at Paint Lick SALE! 350acres Good Blue Land. Three es ilbrth of Lancaster. Kavanaugh, F. Hudson. FOR 4 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 7 1919. Ml (Welch's Drug Department.) I mm We buy our merchandise in solid car load lots and sell 'em for cash, turn 'em over quick and save you real money. We PARIS GREEN Best quality in 2 lb and 5 lb, only 48 cents per pound. 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. WiGONS GOING HIGHER. $120.00 2 4 complete $125.00 3 inch complete Don't Wait Till You Need It. 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 e 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 are coming daily from beyond large towns and getting just what they wanted. Our prices range from the moderate to the best the mar- ket affords. 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 WURLITZER and fore the prices advanced. KINGSTON. Both Players and Plain. Velvet. Get our term prices. They will save you money. Axminister. A Look Will Convince. Crex No exception to this ment. state-Tapestr- y, RUGS All sizes and bought be- - MAJESTIC .s the name Malleable of the best Range made. DINING ROOMS Louis XIV., Queen Anne, HOOSIER Kitchen for itself. Cabinet It is DAVENETTES. speaks We have just got load of Davenettes, n car Duo- - ! r 3 the same Silver-C- ash f as Sterling is to folds. Davenport, etc. Our price is right, $25.00 to $150.00. Drive up and We can save you if Jacobean, A" tOCk or Easy Payment you $10 0 on one during August. bought Us. " flr plan. Let us show Call $100.00 to $275.00. and prove our Statement. see what we have. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." f BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use.theJPhofie and "Save theDlfference.', BEREA, KENTUCKY. ' The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 7, 1919 OUTDOOR BANKS FOR VEGETABLE STORAGE Portrait i 0, WALTER J. DELANE.Y Next Time Buy N.w-rl.r Waterway Thousands have (Cijrlitit, lilt. tr Usl. nniti I Poverty Imil hc.n had, slc'.r.et. ttnrn, stranded, jicnullc In u rrent elty, the seeming crisis of nil fortune wn tn Walter lllls hut n tioi 111 us iinparcd Willi the mental suffering that Imil mini1 nliout through ulint make mint souls Iiiioj-nunml hupp FISH CORD TIRES They are the tough tread tires and a marvel in their resistance to wear. trim Safe Place for Potatoes, Carrots, Beets, Turnips, Etc. Well Drained Location Should Be Selected Straw, Leaves or Similar Material May Bo Used for Lining-Co- ver With Dirt (Prepared by tha tTnlleit States Department of Agriculture.) Outdoor banks or pita are used very generally for keeping vegetables. Tha conical pit Is ucil commonly for euch Tcgetahle as potutoe., carrots, beet, turnips, saWfy, parsnips nnd hends of cabbage and Is constructed as follows: A location should he chosen anil the product plied nn the surface of the ground ; or a Khallow excavation may be made of suitable size und six or eight Inches deep, which may be lined with straw, leaves or similar material and the vegetable! placed on the Utter In a conical pile. ' ti-v'"- To Health fully restored to health nnd strength as a result of taking been "The Witerwiy to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tabletpoonful In Glass of Water by physiPrescribed cians for constipation, indigestion rheumatic aflections, liltrh blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affec- Money back if ktions. (not satisfied. Oa pretcrlptloa troro your phyii clia or at jour drugciit't. Book let on requeit. Th Devoaltn Ulniral Spriac Co. (facorporatrdj Owcatboro, Ky, lot. A slrnngc fate seemed In lime pursued id). eniMtlmi young artist. II" had o.me tn fill nip i believing Hint nil Wind of opportunity would develop fur liruoli nml pen. Ill letter tn hi f'stcr ft it It became more brief, nml .mly nrmliiiinl. Dispirited nml unable etcn tin- - ncceurlc nf life, ti llhsr was tnlirn III, iIwiii1Iih to n mere shadow In n hopltal, nml, ink nml spir'tle. tramped the streets, n sad iwnsly as n rnntnlocciil. II tiid looking ImI" I In1 window of nil In It till; nUiinnint nt the iituptuou fare !.'.lti; when n frlehdl hand ctn"x i', hi ktiotinlf r. "Why. 11111" fell iim III. hcarltii, I say. Tin- - llrt time In three jears! what In tin- - wnrlil ha happened in i" r, ibjf rititlrV ! BIG TIRES EXCESS MILEAGE mir Whatever It fin with It. till M i.l.l college rlntii Into the place nf II' llis lllls Willi what urn iim.f iih Ill- - itihi Hint ncrty had something , Until Wurili'ii ill. In "Age Cannot Wither." Keep Up "Good Timet." A trailc-tum- i wn hrought hefore Keep'n Inieriteil doe not Jut iluirgeil with hating merlon aide nf life. the inngl-lru- le point tovard Study In Strength. y nnlil liiiwhoh-somarticle for of It i'iIii'i In n i .vat Inn - Hint nholute-lThe tmiwle hate iln-l- r n final, The clmrge wn ful.nl II ii.ut of nne, tiecenry iletelnpment nml ilwl'ne. The lifting In the ly proved. "I ul-l- i nut tu the io iMilut power of n jmith of etrntern I 2J) health) lltlng. Set )ourelf ,.f "..juj fli,.,.' Ilin, Ihnr xvlll enurt," ald eounel fur the defen-- e ImiimN; In hi twentieth jinr tl.l I ulm mnke jmi laugh nml forget your trou-Me- . III a dlgnllh! tunc, "Unit the hou-- e Imri'iio. tn rt'.tl iHitiml, nml In the that I hate the honor lo There I nothing emler thnn to if hultie thlrtletli jenr It renrlie WW pounil. Up nut of the ttnjr of hnTlng gnxl defend wn founded In 1SLV "lla It fly the fortieth year It ha ilecrenneil II rn- - renewiKl Mock since that dnte?" eight Miuiiil; nt fifty the figure In i time n we get older, and yet the f.nrllv fi.r tit,. inent ni'ter llll' 111 U. nked I lie mngUlrate, 330 poutiil. though lii our niorniii perveruiy m .inntnl tllon we lnidt tn nurelte Man's Wonderful Makeup. Anti at Eicavitora. No difference how sour n man look, Kveryone ha ohervii tree that that It liaa left u. hy ant. nn he contain nhout GO lump of sugar hate heen hollowiil nut It I nppnrent that their hlllne iniwer of the ordinary cuhlcnl dimension, nml By a Certain Blind Poet. nrr iiinl tn working In the hrilet I The little girl whn Inquired nt n I to make the seasoning complete, there wonil. In tunneling, ant are eipert, hrary for "1'he 1'our Iln're In the are 111 snHiuful nf suit. If a man ml nulhenlle me are known of their Kurnlyptu" hud lot of nunpauy In were illMlll.il Into water he tvnulil tunneling under illlrhe and atream. that aort nf hlunder. A letter of Mr. lunki- - nhout .Ui tpinrta, or more than Indeed, n South American ant la raid iThrale'a, recently Mild at iiurtlou, tell half hi in re weight. He also run There were n number of ulltlnn. tn hate evatnled n tunnel liniUr the of her nelghhor' mnld coming with a tnln n great deal of starch, chloride The he.1 of I he I'nrnhylui rlrcr at a ple I requet from her niltres for a loan of of ntnh, iiiagnelum, sulphur und hy Si uetlme Wnnlen una preent. outlined nml mnln enKentlaln of the where It I a hro.ul a the Thame "Milk nml Apnrngti mH." lloaton drorhlorlc add In hi wonderful ays wan In at London hrldge. Illl tern. Trancrlpt. IK'ttrnlt were iierureil, n month tn nil In iletnlln. lie hae hail ent for 111 "IIit Until, nml one jlar he rame, a nweet, huny little c, ilellshteil tn reach the mine of her ninhltlnn hnekeeier for her lilol-1eWonlen wa there when hrnlher. Until nrrheil. Itllx fouml out n little trier that Wonlen maite nil klmN of xrur to l!t the Huillo nfter that. Idler, imwlne one of the lit Ids rnniin of the Millr, he m nninzeil, ronfnuml. i tn OTerhenr llnlh nml Wnnlen In 'nnterntliui. Their tune inrnent vi re low nml Intln;, nml Wi.nl. n wn lelllnc lilt companion how fervenlly he uoriil her, the portrait IIIU hail Jut ri.iiipl.-t.i- l u frnmeil f .Mix nnlioli nml It hail I mil ent In her home. Only an Imur lietlmii Wnnlen hail Inhl him rheer-II- ) ; "i:n l iiiixI.hu in hate im mil nml lleclile nil Hie hett llht iHiitlon for the portrait." In n ferment. The ie wa IIIU parent ilMojiilly of hl frleml, the keemlntly fart that hi nWer hail fallen In lute with him. the nml that he wan nhout tn mil Ml IMihoN for the lat time ilepreiM'il nml .fnikhiil lilm. lly n kortant lie ttnHMmwn Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great Into the room nt the Iuhol home In whlrli klooil the portrait. Willi ileep because their refreshing flavor and fragrance emotion Illlst tleweil the picture. Ill IT ..rTlC and mellowness is so enticingly different. You mull wn In hi eye, hi entire po.e emo-Ho- n never tasted such a cigarette! Bite is elimithat of n permn ktrilftllnc with of no onllnary nature, nml n Ktn nated and there is a cheerful absence of any Imlml ri.iitnnil the preieiituu'iit n or any ununpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e lie enlerinl the room. 18 cents package "Will nil kin. lly pi tn the library pleasant cigaretty odor! ami mm iinpu,'' fpnke l'.a llnally, "lie will explain Mime inutlera tn you apperCamels are made of an expert blend of choice r CmW to hi yrywhr in taining tn the picture heller than I. etnttAclly fled pekitf20 Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are or r.n Pekf 300 Ami 1 will wnlt for you here." smooth and mild, but have that desirable full-bod- y There wn mhleil to the Mriingii comW rartnn. Wm itrongly rrr event of the ilay n llnal amailug ill cnmiond frut rttton for Ihm how and certainly hand out satisfaction in rlimire for the young n rt Nt. Mr, Dti-lugenerous measure. You will prefer this Camel tolil Itl in that he wUheil tn pay fur the portrait, n Hugh Wonlen nml blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! hi daughter hail ileclilcil tn terminate their qunkl engagement. Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then wike Sir. "A goml fellow, Wnnlen," compare them with any cigarette in tn he Huhohi freely, "hut he serin Hirer of n new attraction than my the world at any price for quality, daughter, who. while n gnoil frleml to flavor, satisfaction. No lilm, fcerm In hate heen that only." ".A llushiil wlii'li'lllU raliie hack tn her. Neither referreil In Wnnlen or will Camels llutli. Ctn Intltisl lulu tn her mother' hlrthilay party. She leemeil in encourage he ilevollon ho felt for her. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. He poke In Until nml he hail n plain, clear talk with Wnnlen. Im the latter Winston-SaleN. C ileepty In lore tills lime Hint wat mi tveil-illnmulling wniilil ilu I'Ut it kpei-JAnil, agreenlily nml .willingly. Imlh Ullmt nml lit" were preneut nt ..ml when Ihee liHl'leil li.v ...... iit.i.."'.; thai ., lliat WKIIl tt..l, imil" llllua fnllv IrtiuiV orlj-.Ibi- I U real tint lore of mi the beautiful portrait the of tbt ".Sow, then." I.e ulil, "tell ti nil nl.i.l.t II." nml w llli t lupalhy nml g.iiti-In- r Interest Wonlen tlMciicd tn tin' path-lie recital. "Weil ini'inl nil this," In prnclalm-"- d heartily. "LiirL ha treated ine I'l'ttlT. Ccncrnu hearted, luiiul.te Hush Wordcii meant otery word In' said. Within n week Wis fimml hlni.elf Installed In n pretty studio with twn llv-li- e room adjoining. "I nm going tn Introduce you tn a Ml tomorrow," raid llva 1)iiIhI "You are tn paint Wordcii nne iln.v. her Hirlralt. asked IIIIp. Tlmt I Jour nahi-erj"Hardly Hint. Sim I n young lady I think n great il.nl of. and whn I I went tn her par-o- il believe like tne. when I knew thnt t'upld hnil n fntnl il.nrt. Velthir her linr miither illneniirnciil me, hut they lixlutnl Hint mi nrtunl enence-liieflmuhl ninterlnlle for n jeur. 1 wmt ti preent her .rlrillt tn her p.iither mi lier hlrlliilay.' l:vr Puhnl nnnheil uhiii the virion the follnwlns iloy, n tunnel i.f of Imelliiem nml trnre. Kroin the llrl liniment he renlliiit Hint the tnnile lipnn him hy thin fairy reatiir wnuhl remain while life lnt-..I- . Illiiig. Haselden Bros. Garage, Lancaster, Central Garage, Lancaster, Ky. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. i Koreans Well Advanced. The Korean nre much superior to both .tnpunc!' and t'lilnese In culture nf heart and In mentality. They are pmcrclvc on contructlvn line; In i ciinoiiilcs they qu,il America, nnd their hplrltunl side I well balanced. "iili men and women belne eager for Uiiiwlcdee on ethical line. They nre reticent nnd refined In their moral nature. C'hlciiKo Dally News. Effect of the Circus. After ull, civilization Is sometime a bore. The elrcu carries in back to the freedom of the creut beginning. Wherefore, even psychologist forget their trades In such dnyx and became for the moment grown-uchildren like the ret of us, responsive tn the wild h'nnd nf their reunite progenitors. Ualtlmore Sun. And the "Dathr .Man luteiiteil the Hrlil, The In terrogation mark nml the exelamutlon fmlut are the ttork of woman. IVtroll Journal. Dally Wh.tleter In, l T Optlmlttlo Ju.it. t!io covet Urjden. hi lie i!eertedly Ioe hi own Hint of another. Thought prop-rl.- t t. Cigarettes They Win You On Quality! Unhappy Family Connections. I believe that much unhapplness comes from attempts tn prnlong family annnectlnn unduly, and tn make people hang tngether artificially who wuuld never naturally dn so. I ara certain my father, after he was forty, Safe Way to Keep Potatoes, Carrot did not wih tn see my grandmother Etc any more. Speaking for myself, I have nn ttili to see my father again. The vegetables should then be covered i:. W. Howe's Monthly. with straw or similar material nnc finally with earth to a depth of ttt Washing Enamel. or three Inches. As winter approaches All dirty marks on white enamel the dirt covering should be Increased until It Is several Inches thick. Th( shonld be rubbed with n piece nf depth nf the earth covering Is deter ' flannel moistened with methylated , .. . 1. . frhAn ....... . v. . ! 1 i a nnsii fllllllld mill mined by the severity of the tvluten In the particular locality. It Is wel' warm soapy water, dry and rub with to cover the pits with straw, corn foil n flannel sprinkled with tt lilting. Poltier or manure during severely coli ishing with n dry duster completes the prooe. White enamel furniture treatweather. The amount of ventilation neceasarj ed In this way from time to time rewill depend upon the size of the pit tains Its brightness for a long period. Small pita containing but n few bush els of vegetables will receive sufficient One Good Point About Him. ventilation- - If the straw between tht Ilohert did le.t seem tu think the vegetables and dirt Is allowed to ex new huhj's lonks were nil they might tend through the dirt nt the apex ol be. It wu his tlr- -t tlew- - nf 11 real the pile. This should be covered wltt new- - baby und he sim looking down u board or piece of tin held In place bj at the little mite with wonder In hi a stone to protect It from rain. Ij eyes. Suddenly It began In cry nvnt larger pits ventilation may be secured lutlly mid he lnn:;cd up quickly with by placing two or three pieces ol n pleased e.prelnii In hi eye and board nailed together ut right angles said : "Well, mother, he has lot nf pep Vegetables keep very well In suet In bis cry iinytvav." pits, hut It Is dllllcult tu get them out In cold weather, so thnt when 11 pit ll opened it Is desirable to remove tin entire contents ut ouce. For this rca-soIt Is advisable tn construct n.ev. eral small nits miner tlinti mm Inr. one, nml Instead nf storing each cro;l In a pit by Itself It I better tn place a' small quantity of several kinds' of veg etnhles In the same pit, so that It will be necessary tn open nuly one bnuk U get 11 supply nf nil nf them. In stor Ing several crop In the same bank II Is a gund plan tu separate them will:; straw, leaves or other material. Tin vegetables from the small pit may bt placed temporarily In the storage room 1 wouldn't swap my fl & J Tlrea for any In the basement. Why tlrta made. fTHEMRE becuuso WW?" DEAD VEGETATION IS USEFUL THE NAME BEHIND THE TIKE means that I can havo ronflsiemej In hn (1 Ar J Tires. Thv ,it t of M etvit the rm-ithe makers w lio stand buck of urn tiro th. v put cut. Tht tire rUle ?anMr: nro not ftpt to unrliire; ppiiwt In 5mi fruni kil(1inu iin( all to my niinl ure the best ttrH in tmM This fs only on of mm1 numirtiiH or usrs opinio. a. run n tv iiit sain ah iufHcMon k yuur mr rUjoiuio Grass, Straw, Stalks and Leaves Should Be Plowed Under for Humus-Makin- g Material. An.nnllnff 11 tl.n ftl.ln an.,lni.nl ctntlnn .....Ilu.. E...1. n a ' grass, straw, stalks and leaves, loses In six mniiili fully M) per cent nf It ciirhuii or limnus-niaklnmaterial. In other words, these materials plowed under In the fall lire twice as valuable, for humus as when plowed under In the spring. Here I an excellent rea- on why every day, when the ground Is dry enough, should be utilized In plowing under the dead vegetation on our field.. IMPROVE O& J a ti,tt... il matter how liberally you smoke not tire they your taste! FERTILITY OF SOIL A To Make It Possible to Raise Good Crops Next Year Land Must Have Good Culture. Kverv farmer Is Interested In ml. ting large crops und ample profits rhls yeur. This Is laudable and highly desirable. Hut good crops will be needed next year und the years that fol. low. Tu make this possible the noil must have such culture 11 trill lm. prove Us fertility. Sold By NOAH MARSEE. Jr. Ilrynntsville, Kentucky. The Central Record,- Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 7, 1919. - tute to be held in Frankfort thta FRANK L. MOYE week. The agents will not We Pay only direct the teaching but will act as attendance officers Killed In Airplane Ac 1 HIGHEST MARKET PRICE in their area. Their work being directly nmong the parents cident At Savannah. For WHEAT, -- RYE, BARLEY. gives them nn opportunity to STRUCK BY PROPELLER, DEATH influence these pnrents to seinl Roofing manufac represent one of the largest Call and Get Sacks. their children to school. The RESULTING THREE HOURS LATER. organization was complete for In the South. turers the opening of the first session Try Our OBELISK FLOUR Wall Known Hera. on August 4 with the Cour... As all kinds of material are advencing, Illiteracy Agents in direct sup The trade death of Mr. Frank ! (First Patent.) ervision of the work. you should place your order NOW for Moye, in Savannah, On., on Sunday Three State Agents are con- July 27th, will Ic read with deep restantly going over Kentucky to gret by the many friends he made Makes Delicious Bread and Cake. meet groups of teachers nr.d to during hit stay in this county duilng G anj In t!i spring of attend Institutes where the the car 01 We Carry , work of he Illiteracy Commis- 1U1S. following details The of his death sion is outlined and pledgee arc is taken from the Savnnnnh Morning si'curcd for volunteer teachers. News, on which paper he had hem Bale Tie's, These agents are Mrs. Mary (J. working for the past three monthr: We can save you money and give you "Lieut. Frank Langdon Moy, n re Warrington, Mrs. Lucilc Gro Feed of all Kinds, gan Jones and Miss Lena Well porter for the Morning News nnd for a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. mcrly an officer in the aviation ser Lykins. These State Agents vice, was struck in the head hy tne Genuine Kanawha Salt. have a strenuous itineraiy propeller of an army nirplr.no nnd fa planned for the coming month tally Injured yesterday afternoon including both day and night shortly after 3 o'clock, while iiMisling Lieut. Col. II. A. Dargue, nir vrlc travel in ninny instances. In getting his machine started Realizing that this is the last officer. flight to Charleston, for a lie died "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." Kentucky at 7:25 lost night. year of the life of the Illiteracy Commission and that Cot. Dargue had Mown from Amerl DC E 3E an nppreci'iblc step toward the cus to Savannah in the morning, and 0 complete eradication of illiter was on his way back to headquarters He hnd made a bail acy must be made by 1920, in Charleston. vicinity of the (Solf The Central Record district so largely democratic many organizations of the state landing in the Club, und after a conference with the as the 8th. Congressional Dis Weekly. Year. $1.50 a tuned trict democrats should know are throwing their weight into Mayor ami other city officials in rc nre now Payable in Advance. Mem-living In Savannah. whitening hair landing at Sn what has been accomplished by the campaign in the hope that gurd to the airplane made ready for ber of the Morning News editorial 'Of thoe who, dying young, inherited J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. the final report shall show Kon vr.nnah. the officer our party. This should be Thi immortal youthfulnrss of the hii flight. Seeing that the officer and local staff will accompany the H. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. lesson to future nominees of the tucky far up in the list of stairs '.vould need assistance in getting off, body to the train. vnrly dead. ' claiming no illiteracy. i The Mr. Moye offered to aid him. deFloral tributes will be sent from party. We attribute the Entered at the Tost Office in Lanyears were spent more or "I ii'skcd Mr. Moje what experience different departments of the Morning 1 think of Kapha)' grand seigniorfeat of our nominee to some ex lirt Mcil caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s ial nir; work as ho hail had, nnd when he told me that News and from the City Baseball lent to the mistake in the cam less in organization Matter. Of Shelly and Keats, with la.ircl well as teaching but now that he had been an officer in the air ser- League, Lieut. Moye having served paign. That is, in the failure paper in the capacity of sports the vice at Ocrstncr field in Louisiana, fresh and fair Laeasler, Ky.. Aujust 7. 1919 to make an open, vigorous fijjht the machine is in good wo.kii.g told him nc was the w.y man I writer, the officials of the league thus Shining unwithered .on each sacred order, it is believed that il' cr needed to htlp ine," said Co., I 'argue, testifying their personal esteem for in the support of our party, head: acy can be wiped out in the al took n Mat in the n.nclnne and him." DEMOCRATIC DEFEAT. And soldier bovs uhn tlrulhV Marrv tiriic rc startid to iurn the pruprllcr, giv The opening of iht Moon lotted time. It is a deep disappointment thought radiant in Bankers, speakers, travol ing me tne dual signals. When he IN LOVING MEMORY, Wi,h to the Editor of this paper that light Schools on Ai.gust , was gave tl.-- signnul I knew him to be ex their fearless eyes. to carry on our a ureat step in the campaign ing salesmen, jailors, the press perienced we were unable lie turned thi impeller Of ''The dreams of Inv front page in this issue the hich.is now bir.K waged by and the Kentucky Federation tluee times mi! it did not flare, lie ir urwui ' s Clubs hiivj been hen toid me that he would wing it democratic rooster. The de- tho Kentucky Illiteracy Goiv of Womcn irdif np Frank Langdon Moye. through, the siguuiicring nun j;e lor immortality: feat of 'Judge Charles A. Har- mission in the hupis of eradica assigned different branches in nnls. Heanil again gave miton close. must have stood Their memories hold in dea'h'i din, our nominee for Congress tiiii; illiteracy from the state the campaign against illiteracy for one end of the propeller caught There nre times when the falter yielding foe, by his republican opponent at by 1920. Besides the Moon and several of these organize his hand nnd scraped the flesh from ing word that falls from the lip is but The youth stmt thrlllid them to the tions already have begun their his arm, and the other end struck him a meaningless symbol; there are finder tips." the special election last Satur light Schools, several o'.lier timed when the tongu , p.lliltil and day comes as a great surprise to branches of the campaign are work while the others are map on the head, making a gash straight thoughts thnt cJnnot utter tho far back through the middle. POOR RIDCE. wii-the many enthusiastic admirers in progress and plans are per pit.g out their piogram within. Col. Dargue abandoned his intend throughout fected for every step of ttic aiding the moonlight schools This was never moro true than of Judge Hardin ed flight to Charleston, and accom Mr. drear Whittaker is ill. the district. It will tend to campaign for reclaiming Ken p nled the young man to EL Joseph's when we heard that the brave and manly Mrs. James Simpson Is on the sick discourage democrats and en tucky from illiteracy. When we take a survey of Hospital, where he was taken by more. life of Frank L. Moye was no list, According to the act of the the1 recent primary we are cor. Mayor Stewart and Fire Chief Mon thusc republicans wherever the Down In southern Ceorgia there Mrs. Mattie Itankin was ii Dannews is heralded. The cause Legislature, the Kentucky II vinced that the selection of roe in the chief's automobile. of the injuries dis grew up n boy, and he had n vision of ville Saturday on business Kxaminatlon of the defeat of Judge Hardin literacy Commission was creat- Governor Blnck as the demo closed that the skull had been frnc a broader life; accordingly he 'eft his Mn. Mattle spent Satur.la is easy analyzed. The immeel ed to wage a fight against Illit- cratic nominee for Governor turcd, also that the left nrm and left native heath for Gallatin Tennessee, nigh, and Sunday with M Klvune upon an inspection eracy, in the hope of complete was the wise one. His caiv leg wen broken. Preparations for nnd entered a preparatory school for Carter. iate cause boys. being there Mr. Lewis Simpson is visiting of the returns is shown to be ly eradicating it from the state didacy seems to have )triirk ii the operation of trepanning were be decided Aftermake enough one year he to money to when death In Mlnncsscl;, Oklahoma and democrats did not come to by 1920, nnd with this view the popular conJ with the demo ing made Moye received ensued. that diploma as take him there the second year. He Arkansas. his Lieut. the polls and vote either in this Commission is bending every crats of the State and his (ol an instructor of aviation at Kockwell came to Kentucky with this purpose it js Christine Preston wns the special election or at the demo- effort to make the remaining lowers were very enthusiastic field, California. He entered the ser- in view nnd with the aid of friends he guest of Miss Carrie Preston .one day again cratic primary. Four years months count. The report of and earnest in supporting him vice in February, 1917, responding to accomplished his object, He enter- last week. ing school at Gallatin. ago in the Nat B. Sewell, State Inspector in the primary. However, the the call for volunteers, and was mus py in his work, was winning was hap.Mrs. William Matthews and daughhonors, Charles, La., in tered out at primary in Garrard County and Examiner, rendered in result of the special election in Fibruiry, 1U1U, As an instructor he both in his classes and on the ath- ter Miss Arleigh, spent Friday with there were nearly 1300 votes December 1918, shows that ap this Congressional District and visited all the more important nvia letic field. With the advent of his Mrs. Lem Matthew. cast, while in the primary be proximately 100,000 illiterates the failure of so many den-Mr. and Mm. Dlllard tion fields in the country, nnd was in country into the world wide war, he an I tween Black and Carroll last were taught to read and write crats to come to the pol's and New York to ship for service abroad gave up all he had labored so hard to bib; , spent .Sunday with ocr parents, attain und wns not only one of the M- - i'n.1 Mrs. Leslie Hill. Saturday there were only about through the work of the Comrticipate in the primnry is when the armistice was signed. He the Morning first to volunteer, but with his cus Mr 800. Judge Hardin received mission and that a similar num- some what discouraging to ". News joined the staff ofmustered out. tomary self abnergatlon he sought Mis'. nnd Mrs V. G. P toon after being Carrie spent Sundrj with Mr. on the same day 904 demo- ber yet remained to be taught at the present. But we con and quickly became a favorite with aviation as being not only that ami Mis. 1. I!. Duncun and family. branch of service which called for the cratic votes, considerably over during the existence of the H fidently believe that with a vig his associates and others with whom Mrs Powell Fowler and little daugli and daring, also 100 more than cast in the pri- - literacy commission, tne or- orous campaign begun at an he came in intimate contact. He was greatest skillsuperiority was but condi ter Sarah Katherinc are 'visiting her that whose a mnry. Democrats were indif ganization is perfected and it early date and continued act- of a happy disposition, his good na tion precedent parents, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson. to allied success. At Hii ture unvarying and contagious. ferent ana apathetic for var- is the aim ol the Commission to ively until the election in N- - modesty was such that few ever knew all times his wns n character of robust ious reasons, but we feel as- reach the remaining 100,000 ember we shnll be able to from his own lips of the distinction moral fibre, set mf by those filer Uncle Efccn. "Some men Iiw.. sured that there was no person before the 1920 census. nnT. arouse the democrats of the he had achieved in aviation, and there qualities thnt adorn life, and none of Ixxly credit fob iui)tliin.. n ii,l Ifnclw al opposition to Judge Hardin Many of the teachers are be State and elect our ticket was none who knew him who did not these ever showed to better ndvan I'len. "Dey nin't tlr Imuipict tage than after he donned the uni in the district, and that this ginning their fourth or fifth Governor Black is a safe, con like him for his sunny temperament without tenrln nft ile .s an' hund-ll- l' form of his country. Twice he was out mostly fc;, i .. lack of interest on the part of year of volunteer service in .the servative and honest leader and gentle manners. His death fell ready to sail and great was his disas a pall upon the Morning News of democrats could easily have counties of the state and all are and the opponents of our party fice. The usual activity was suspend appointment when he did not get to Dlvljlcn ff Sjmoan lilsnds. been overcome by a vigorous confident of wiping illiteracy will not be able to find any ob ed nnd his fellow workers stood about serve his country abroad. When Il.v li nit lit of (Member 2. educational campaign in the out of their districts during the jection to him that have not al in little groups, speaking of him in told by some friends they were glad lfOii, mi. hi rnltcil Slates, (Ireat he did not get to go ho quoted this; Britain mul Crinniiy, tho .Smiinan terms of high regard and affection district. While the offers of campaign. The sessions which ready been discovered and were oMilnl Mut-cthe Lieut. Moye determined nfter he 'He burned clear flame, while ho who the National Committee to gice opened August 4th, will be fol which presented to the people received his discharge from the army treads the endless march of dusty ted Stud", ami lleriunnjr, tSreiit UniBriassistance in this fight might lowed by successive sessions in in the most forcible manner aviation service, after the armistice years grows blind and choked with tain retiring nnl accepting compensanot have availed at the time other counties of the state, the had no effect whatever in the terms were signed, to learn the news dust before he dies", adding I do not tion for li. r retlleinent In tho form of colonial I'liiieuiMiins elsewhere In the paper business and he confided his want to die of old age but would world. Till agreement that it was declined, yet we be Moonlight school openings fol- primary contest. ended n long New York rather "inherit tho immortal youth lieve it would have had a ma- lowing close upon the beginwrlex of o'.illirotiLx nnd d.'sorder In tho The democrats of the State plans to n friend on a advised him fulness of the early dead". The Islaliilx hi iiiuii'lng In n state of eirll terial effect if the speakers had ning of the day school term.-.- . should begin at once nit active newspaper. trainingfriend laKcn in the very morning or life war, on either the Sa to get his (barged at come in this district even at a During the six weeks' 3ession organization and make a vig vannah Morning News or tho Kan we are reminded of the words: "Wo to thedue. It w,isand nggrcKhloutheoftime, .utrlue the If te hour. We feel sure, how- ndult illiterates who are unable orous defense ol the democrat sas City Star and he chose the for expect the sun to go down In the lieruiiiiio. evening, we expect the flowers to ever, that if the speakers had to attend Moonlight ic party nnd its doings in the nier, coming to Savannah four or five tho wither in tho autumn, the stream to come at an earlier date and Schools will be tnken cure of Stut art! nat'on. The Itecord nontlo ago. Lieut. Moye was born at Davisboro bo frozen In winter. But that th fight been made Judge in their homes so that by the is thoroughly pleased with the this will take, place sun should go down at noon, thnt the Ga., and Hardin would have been elect- end of the term, it is hoped all ticket. We took no part in the there, thethe Interment funeral services to bo con flowers should wither In summer, that ed. There should have been a residents will be able to read primnry whatever ard did not ducted at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn the stream of life should be frozen speaking campaign and un ap- and write and the ban of illit indertake through the col ing. The body wnj prepared for before the chill of age has como upon it, seems indeed night If you want your peal to the intelligence and eracy will be lifted from umns of this pnper to influence hipment last wil. be by Henueison - Moye so measured sad." to Yet Frank up the full Brothers, and taken to D.ivnthoughtful consideration of the any democrat in casting his boro this iionr.ns, being nivompun-te- stature of a man, that every comrad) FARM SOLD AT democrats of the 8th District, A force of County Illiteracy vote in tho primary. The Itec by members of the family and by and every one who' knew him may event our party as a Agents have been trained by ord will give its best efforts in W. It. Ntcl. editor of tho Morning answer his name at every roll call, in which A GOOD PRICE Dead on the field of honor." mass would have rallied to the the Kentucky Illiteracy Com- loyal support of the democratic N'tws. See or call, Lieut. Moye Is survived by his "At eve when the brief wintry day is support of our nominee and mission md assigned to variotn ticket in this fight sped, Moye: sent him to Congress. We have counties for the campaign. nnd shall do our best to put father, William C. Binlon, by three I muse beside my fire's S. A. WALKER. Mtfr. Mrs. U L. Mrs. M. B. little patience with the "still Another group is to be trained Gurrard County in the demo- sisters,and Miss Nannie! Moye, and by WakeitM Wilfctr Realty Ct. glare, Floyd LANCASTER. KY. hunt" campaign anyway. In a by the Commission at an Insti cratic column in November. face and one brother, S. M. Moye, all of whom Conscious of wrinkling !- jplBI - BFlllBv We Roofing 1 Conn Brothers. rir3 1 1 s ik-- - rela-tlv- Stanley-JIcChesn- ey (Iim-- Look d g 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 7. 19197 SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YIAIt NUMoTR IB. m NOTIONS,. promptly. ilB .KH H I II H iiiii. L 'H iH II HH HJ 1 HH fl I H 11 I ' IH HKH I I Hl I I Hill H I I II I fl iH H I, lfl Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, HAEDWAEE, TINWARE SUPPLIES OP FARMERS ALL KINDS. Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fnuts and Vegetables in Season. Come to our Store, or Phone us your orders, and we will fill same and deliver "TRADE AT SCOTT'S AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" v Yours Anxious To Please. : , 1 u; PS A. T. Phone No. JUDSON. 206. Scott & Campbell Street. Miss Alice Sutton assisted by Mia Delia Rice Hughes, of Lancaster, entertained at a lawn fete laat Saturday evening, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Morte Pollard. 75 guest were present to enjoy the delightful refreshments served by Miss Sutton. themAll of the guests expressed selves as having a good time. Son. Lancaster, Ky. Tom Naylor, Mr. and Mra. John Clark Kay on Stanford pike Sunday. and Miu Vcrgclia Ray, Mias I.Ida Mae Kay was with her - friend Mr. Carl Crimea are of TluMr. Homer Kay and daughter, sister, Mr. Elijah McMillinn last out again after a glad to ee him Mra. Milton week and attended the meeting at Elizabeth Keeae and illneaa. lllack and daughter, Dorothy Marie, Ciunua Cnapel. Mias Nolle Kay waa the charming and Mis Dora Lee Huffman apent Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray and children week-encurst of her couain, Miaa Saturday with Mr. Tom Pollard. and Mr. and Mra. Clarence McCulley Mpriu Kay. la v'siting and Mr. Clclland Daily attended the Mm. Marguerite l.an Camp meeting at WJImore, Sjnday. Mr. ami Mra. Jamea Foster were her relative at Judson this week. Sunday of little e Mr. and Mrs. Ditt HurTman and nt the Mr. and Mra. Ottia Stotta and little .Simpaon. handaomp little son, Curt were the daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Many frienila are glad to aee Jaaper pleasant guesta Sunday of Mr. and Stotts and Mias I.Ida May Kay spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. Mose Kay Smith home again after a few months Mra. Walton and family. Lucille, the little daughter of Mr. and family. in army training. itr-a- od Mr. Homer Carmon, of Lancaster, Mr. Kobrrt Simpson spent and Mrs. Milo Simpaon, waa badly Wednesday with their daughter, Mr. hurt Saturday afternoon when play- and Miaa Eunice Stotta, of this place ing in the yard, near a none which eloped ThuraJay and were married. U. M. Une. ami Mrs. Miss Dora U- HurTman waa the happended to kick the child. She They are now at the groom's parents, plraaanl sural Sunilay uf her cousin, was taken to Danville Hospital but at Wilmore. little hope is entertained for her Miaa llnicie Hurt. Mr. and Mra. Harmon Teater and , family, Mr. and Mr. Lucas Foster Thomas spent a few Mra. Jamea and children, Mr. and Mra. Walter iltya lust week with her parents, Mr. WOLF TRAIL. Fain and two little daughters, were nn.l Mr. Sim Clark. entertained at dinner Sunday at the Mr. William Matthewa uml daugh-teMrs. Jcsae Casey who haa been to home of Mr. and Mra. Allen Teater. Mia Arlelgh, apent Kriilay with 111, ia inproving alow. M- -, fliau li.iy !nru from Mia. 1.. - Mjlhvwa. Mr. Powell Dailey ia a sufferer Ilrcd end Sum'.iy mornini: nfter sevMra. (iearge Edglngton nro Mr. and an ulTected limb. from t:iy vith hia aiatir, Mr. eral Hoicirc over n beautiful little gill Kay apent Thursday .Sail j Hicks, who has Iwn s.'r'oualy Miaa Inez thai arrived the ua-- ! e night with Miaa Jessie Kay. .ill. I1 remain. d at lier MU(e llallie nd ileule Mau Kay Mra. Mose Kay was the guest of ttt tV. end canif. cpei . 'i few ih.) la 'veo' w';h their d bed-aidte r. bed-sid- Ray Mra. Jessie Kay and Mrs. Marahall Kay apent the day Wedneaday with Mr. and Mra. (icorgi Edgington. Kaburn Mr. an Mm. Marshall of his were the week end guel lint her, Mr. und Mra. Ollte Layne. Mr. and Mra. William lllack have inored recently to the place occupied last year by Mr. and Mra. Marshall Kay. Mr. (!. N. Kay returned home from Hrodh.'M I Thursday ufter a tiv-- day stay with hia aiiti'.' Mra. Lukii; lllcka who it wry II!. Messrs Daniel and Oltie lllack, Mr, und Mra. Tom Pollard, Mr. and Mra. William lllack spent Monday with Mr. and Mra. Alex Creech. rii'.ii Mits "ev''a Mra. Elijah McMillinn Friday. Messrs John, Wilbert and Clelan Thursday. Dailey were in Mr, and Mra. Abe Burton spent Thursday with his mother In Madison county. People in this vicinity are rejoicing over the good rains we have hud the past week. Quite n number from here attended the funeral of Mra. Sallle Hicks Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mr. Herbert Kolger wero the gueata Sunilay night of Ml, and Mra. Walter Fain. Mr. and Mr, Joe Kay and aon Mra. Walter Fain motored to Lancaster, MARKSBUKY Mrs. Ed Uourne has been visiting Mr. Sim Johnson of Mercer Co. The Ladies Working Society will meet with Mrs. Forest Curtis next Thursday at the usual hour. Mr. John Koyaton waa disabled from work by being kicked by his new automobile while cranking it. Mr. Mason Pollard and family and Miaa Eugenia Pollard and Mr. Ed Sutton motored to Danville Sunday und were the gueats of Mrs. Ella Cecil. Itev. Harvey of Harrodaburg will not preach Sunday morning as haa been announced, but Rev, Skaggi will preaili in tiU rte.iil at It a. m. Every body cordml'y Invited. There will be an important bu neas meeting hi'd at the church afternoon 'at Ao'clo'.'k. All the'liM mbrrt Mr urged t eon e. Rev. Skafgs of dmpbtlvili wi'l Im present ;it this ,1V etinti Saturday afternoon. Mlis Eunice Casey ia a viaitor of grand-parentMr. and Mra. W. T. Moberley this week. 'Mr. and. Mr. W. T. Moberley and Miu Eunice Caaey spent Sunday with Mr. Carl Moberley. ... Mine a Halite and Uinie Mae Ray wero the charming guests of their grand-parentMr. and Mrs. T S. Chapel, Saturday. Mr. and Mra. C. It. Naylor'enter-taine- d a few of their friends Strldsy, among their quests were Mr,' and Mr. her Mr. und Mr. Elijah MeMllliun and ton, visited Mr, and Mr. Koyaton Mrs. James Ysjgor, Mrs. Pauline of blooded Duroc hogs. These ImSmith, Mrs. Alice Scott, Mr. Wyatte portations of fine' blood into a counPearce, nil of whom arc now deceas- ty not .touched by 'a railroad will be a ed, Mrs. Wm. Stalling, of Crestwood, wonderful investment. Mrs. J. A. Wood of California, Mra. Lhas. Ilurdctte of Oklahomc, Mrs. J. W. Wood of Lexington, Mra J. B. Congress The National Berkshire Kemper, Mra. Carrie Tumer,all rf will hold its annual meeting, show Misa whom served as presidents. and saio in the new live stock judging Mr. Tom Aldridge and family have Jennie Swope who is our only charter pavilion of the College of Agricul- member, acted aa Secretary for a Iture at Lexington in February. This returned to their home in Indiana after a visit to relatives at this place. number of years, which place ahe fitt- new building will be ready for the A number of social affair were given ed so faithfully, the Society thought use of student classes when the colin their honor. The fish dinner, it wise to elect her president to which lege opens in September. It has a given ty Mr. Harvey Aldri and the C office the was elected in 1U08 which seating capacity of over six hundred place she has been filling ever since, o'clock dinner given by Miss (I race people. Aldridge wero perhaps umong the with the exception of 1 year when Mrs. Leslie Cunningham of Salvisa, moat enjoyable. was'elected to serve, making eleven Two special agents are visiting one Working Society met years of faithful service. The forty nine tobaccd at "Cedar Crest" laat Thurada; after- J Thu work that seem to appeal hundred and this season. noon. The business meeting includ- I molt 'to the member of the Society patches in Kentucky ing the birthday offering, the social in its curly year was quilt making. These men from the Experiment Stahour, the refreshments served by The. record show that since 1889, 30 tion are keeping an accurate account the farmer to proMiasea Curtis, Alice Sutton and Mar-gar- quilts were made and disposed of. of what Doty, and the music by Mr. $39.C5 was collected on one auto- duce tobacco from the time the seed is sold Dawca and daughter, Misa Amy graph quilt, 1 quilt was sold to Mr. is sown in beds until the crop made it a very delightful affair, and C. M. Jenkina for $25, Mr. Phil id-ae- r on the warehouse floor. One of these was greatly enjoyed by all present. adding $5.00 making a total of agents ia visiting the farmers who grow Hurley tobacco in Fayette and $30.00 for the beautiful silk quilt. The laidiea v orking Society of the Counties. The other man ia Others are mentioned aa bringing Scott Forks of Dix River Ilaptiat church traveling out of Hopklnsville to learn $12, $9 and on down to the small was organized August 188:!, thirty-seve- n what it costs to grow dark tobacco in years ngo. The sole purpose of sum of $1,00. Since September Christian County. The investiga- 1U0C something over has $700.00 thu organization waa to repair the tiona of these men will be of great church which hud been greatly dam- passed thru the hands of the treasur- value to growers of the weed in all aged by a severe storm. The mission er. The smallest' amount in the portions of the State. for which it was organized haa never treasury at any time waa at the close been misplaced and stands aa firm to- of aaid year when the Society had 10 day for ita purpose aa the day when cents to its credit. The greatest it waa organized, although a misaion amount expendede by the Society in clnure haa aincc been introduced. It any one year, 1917, was $237.53 "I have tufferedfom stomach and has been uided and encouraged by ill when tho church was repaired with liver trouble for years; the last two steel ceiling and new carpet. In 1911 years people have been calling me the pastors. It remained in a flourishing condition for a number of the books closed with $128.53 In the crazy. The doctors could not do years, having more tliun 30 member. treasury, a greater sum than at the anything for me. The awful bloating close of any other year. Other are Tiio ihurch building was modernized of gas seemed to press against my und the old gallery where the coloied Invited to come in and help lengthen brain and I could not think clearly. our chorda and strengthen'our stake people used to sit was torn away. Three month ago a friend udvlaed Remedy It haa had ita upa and downs, '.trhap that th egood work may go on. taking Mnyr1 Wonderful Signed, a few thort lived petty jeloualea H and it has worked wonders in my Jennie Swope, President, case. All my bloating and suffering time paat, und at one time tho pulse Sue Sutton, Treasurer. is gone and I feel as though newly of the society becamo v weak that Carrie Turner, Secretary. the quorum had to be reduced to 3 in born." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal order to any buainea at' all. On the Angus bulls and two mucus from the Intestinal tract and whole the body ha been very liar Two pore-brehave, .been purchased by allays the inflammation which causes monioua and haaalwayi been ever- heifer green. Two books of mord were farmer near Marrowbone in Cum- practically all stomach, liver and inburrtd and the tvct berland Couniy, Thl purchase of testinal ..ailments, including, appendidata 'cannot bo given. Miss Till cattle of pure blood for breeding pur- citis. .uQpe dose will convince or . Johnson served at the, firat president. poses follow the buyinj of a number money refunded. Building Will Be Ready Agents Visit 149 Farms. Thought Man Was Crazy. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 7. 9 9 1 1 KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! Kidney troubles don't illtirr'T ft themselves. They arow slowly but health with steadily, undermining vicdeadly certainty, until you fall tim to Incurable disease. Htop your troubles while there la time. t Doo-wK until little pains beeomo bhr aches. Ion't trlfla with disease. To avoid future aufrerlns: bedn treatment GOLD MKUAI. Haarlem Oil Capwith sules now. Take three or four eery day until you are entirety free from pain. n preparation ha been Thia one of the national remedies of Holland for centuries. In INI the erovern. a rnent of the Netherlands Kranteil uuthnrlsinsr Its breoaralion and eate. The houeewlfe of Holland would almost as toon be without food ai without her -- Real Dutch Props," a she quaintly raits CHILD MEDAL Haarlem , Oil Capsules. They restore strength and are responsible In a frreat measure for Ihe sturdy robust health of the Hollanders. !o not delay. On to your druggist and Insist on bis supplying; you wllh OOLD I MKKAI. Haarlem Oil Capsules. Take them as directed, and If you are not satisfied with results your drusralst will ', Madly refund your money, Look for the name OOLU UK.DAL, on the box and accept no other. In staled Doxee, three aliss. EFFECTIVE MEASURES FOR PREVENTING EROSION OF MUCH VALUABLE FARM LAND t Mrti ft. E. McROBERTS. Lancaster, Kentucky. nrtl hrfi THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Gullying Which Causes a Loss of Land and a Lowering of the Water Table. the adoption of effective measures for slopping erosion. Methods of Preventing Erosion. Since emlon In ilue largely to the rapid mntciuenl of Ihe rain water over the surface of Ihe ground, methods of preventing erosion must cause the water either to sink Into the will or flow away alowly over the surface to n drainage channel. If the rain water were absorbed hy the nil as fat n It falls, there would be wry IllUe erosion. In order to drink up surface water rnpldly a soil must he wry peruu-ulile- . which means that It must contain fairly large open spaces through which Ihe ruin water ran pass easily, or where It can be stored teniNirnrlly. Some soils are naturally very crinciihle. A number of wajs of Increasing the permeability of a soil are deeps plowing, plowing under organic matter such ns manure, stubble, stalks an.) coier crops; the practice of tile drainage, and. In certain soils, the use of explosives. Protection of Vegetation. Vegetation covering the surface ot the ground protects the soli from the direct action of the rain nnd checks the flow of the water over the surface. giving the soil n better pMirtunlty to absorb the water. It Is therefore Important that Home kind of oner crop, auch as vetch, clover, oats, wheat or rye. be grown on the laud during the whiter or at any lime that the land Is not used for other crops. Contour plowing, which consists of breaking the ground along level lines across the sIoim-s- , reduces the flow of water directly down the slope. Also III planting and cultivating the crops the same level lines are, followed mi that a shallow trough Is made abmi each row. Most of the rain water Is caught and held In this trough until It either evaporates or Is absorbed by the soil. Contour plowing should Invariably he practiced on all hill lands. The beginning of a great mnny gullies Is due to the practice nf plowing and cultivating directly np and down the slopes. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Soil cnsnn, or the washing away of earth by water, cots the farmers CapJ.al of the United Stntex JUWMI every year. Soli losses from Ibis cause ec President, E. STOH.MES. Vicc-rrcf- t. J. A. R. DENNY, cur In eery state of the I'nlon and In almost every county of etiry slate. C. M. THOMPSON", Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier Nine years ago the National I'onsorva-tlo- u J. U. HARRIS, Individual Book-keepecongress reported that t.noo.tusl r. HUGH MOBLEY, General aires of farm land had been practically ruined by soil erosion. So serious is the coudltli.n that Hr. N. S. Rent. Safety Deposit Boxes Shaler, formerly dean of Ihe Laurence Sclentllk' school, was once WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. iin.Mil to remark that "If mankind G. B. Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, tannot devise and enforce ways of billing with the earth wlilih will preS. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors, serve this sourie of life, we must loo't forwurd to the time remote It may be, yet clearly discernible when our kind, having wasted Its greatest InCamouflage. What He Reatly Wanted. heritance, will fade from the earth ".NVll talks Incessant. . Little Lowell linil been wnntlnc n oh. that's becausij of Hie ruin It has accomgnat. ll'iillni; out plished." Ill" father had promised :iv only to Keep people get one for him. When the new br.l y how little he has ti . j. Hoitou Ruins Fertile Land. came nnil the doctor showed the little Truncrlpt. I bundle to Lowell and said: 'This Erosion- - Injures or practically ruins your new sister, my son; what do you Chicory. fertile lands' 111 a number of ways. Lowell lookid ut Ihe think of her?" In Mime part" of t Province, The upper and most fertile parts of "Will, South Africa, chicory gitcs n jlcld of the soil nre washed away until the baby seriously, then replied: I'd like her hetter If she wuz a coat." In ?".no kt iiciv, Johannesburg! land becomes barren nnd unproduc being the thief uiurket. tive. Iieep gullies are fonntd which result In an actual loss of land for Japanese Hairdressers. cultivation, a lowering of the water' The professional coiffeur for men Is Looking for Cat. a much older orcuputlon In Japan than Little Paul, age ecn, and his aunt table and a deficient supply of niols ture. Drainage ditches are often tilled that for women. There are record ns were playing with the cat when It ran up with Mild, which frequently refar back as the thirteenth century of under the buffet. Stooping down his male hairdressers for rnen; for the nunt sold: "I can see only his hind sults In the flooding of the adjoining samurai especially were very particuquarters." Paul ran to the other end bottom hind and the destruction ot lar ns to how the hair was done up, of the buffet nnd looking under ex- crops. Jtlch bottom lands are often though as n profession the coiffeur claimed: "Oh. I ran see Its head covered with leKslts of sand washed from the hill lands. Hence the direct was of somewhat later growth. quarters." losses of the upland farmer are the land occupied by gullies, smaller crop yields each year, and a continued decrease In the value of the land. Some II 31 DC ICZHC of the losses of the hottotn farmer are the land covered to a great depth with sand, crops damaged hy overflows or dejsislts of sand, a continued decrease I In the value of the land, and the money Invested In the construction of drainage ditches that have been (tiled or partly filled with sand. Thus It Is apparent that both the bottom and the upland fanner should be concerned In Dry-Cur- e pro- 50,000. Surplus $30,000. THE respect. CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR For in every Huilt for service nnd comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 V. O. I!. Factory. A car load ofthe.se American HenuticH just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted ns hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. Thi! Chevrolet Motor Cur in PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. ' Life of the Wasp. Wllh Ihe coming of winter the life of the wasp censes, hut until that time they nre most exemplary erenlures. There are no laiy folk In Ijilsir and effort are etenly divided In assume the net of wasps, duty of plundering, going out In search of fmsl, nhlle others art as policemen. Good Law. for Cominv. Tin- - Iielhruei-law, nhhh liecnme effccthH In licruinny early In MM, Daring Pioneers. On June 7. 17H. Daniel lloonc. with live other hunters from Norlh Carolina, reached Itcd river, Kentucky. They were the first white imn to ei. plore the territory, forbiddingly ralle.1 by Ihe Indians "The Iark nnd Woody ft round." The Maliciously Inclined. Malicious nre of two tyjvcs Hie actively tnsllrlous and the iisve-l- y malicious. Iletween Ihe two Ihere I" n difference not of kind but merely of decree. The nrtlicly malicious are ..V who ilrllcht In Mlttllng and lull ling others, whether by tty gns-- f ' or outright slander The palvc-- I' nuillnous find a strange pleasure III lit Ing of sn)lhlng that la to the dls-- n il't of oilier !opte. pnildes for tierniuiis retaining their alleglnnre to Cermnny while becoming Htlzens Of 111 l'lllfi.,1 sltiiti- - iif nnv other country In assuming ihe new riurcnsnip H Herman sunji-ci- , ir It suits him. cnfltlntlhis nnd allegiance In tlermany according to inis law. Have Tour Tires Retreaded We use the Vulcanizing retreading-n- ot cess of half sole-a- nd can rebuild a tire at less than half price. m W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Residence l'honc 33. j t Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. 3300 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any efB.. sars. The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Tsam a. . w- View Showing Erosion Between Cotton Rows Where Row Ara Run Directly Up and Down the Slope, a Practice Which Is Responsible for a Large Percentage of Badly Eroded Lands. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. if BOLL WEEVIL LOSES GROUND) BEEF CATTLE IMPROVEMENT NOTICE ON AND AFTER 3131 II II ii ii ii y Second Year In History of Insect That Take Care to Develop to Greatest Extent Those Portions From Which There Has Been Reduction In Cuts Are Taken. Infested Territory. b)r the United (Hates Department of AaTlculture) Due to the hard winter of 1017-1S- , the IhiII weeil lost ground In his con quest of the cotton belt last )eur. This Is exceptional In the history of the veell. In that It is the second year flnre tlio establishment of this Insect In the United States that there has been a net reduction In territory Infested by this pest. This does not mean that the movement of the boll weevil has been permanently stopped. In fact, the net loss of territory for the yeur was but u fraction of Ihe loss at the beginning of lulS. Much or the lost territory was regulned by the weevil later In the year. Tho losses In territory occurred In Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Alabama. The weell gained territory In Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, nnd New Mexico. This Is Ihe first report of tho boll weevil on col ton In New Mexico, where It was found In the I'ecos valley. The weevil has reached the southernmost limits of cotton production In Florida. It Is Kleudlly gaining new territory In South Carolina. Almost the cotton belt la now Inentire fested. Altogether the weevil Invaded only 10,100 square miles of new territory during 1018. It lost 40.C0O square miles of formerly Infested territory, making a net loas of 30,300 square miles. About 1S0.000 square mile of cotton territory Hill remain DUQUESNE LIGHT COMPANY (Pittsburgh) First Mortgage Collateral Trust 6fc Bonds Due July 1, 1949 Price 100 and Interest Yielding 6$ 210 3. FIFTH STREET We Offer (Prepared (Prepared by the United Statee Department of Agriculture.) In the Improvement of beef entile cure tins been taken to develop to the greatest extent those portions of the d body from whlchNirc secured the cuts of beef. These points should be kept In mind when selecting breeding animals. July 1st, 1919 I, or my deputy, will be in my office in the Court House, at Lancaster, to take the list of your Taxable property as prescribed by law. g Now being good citizens "that please do your duty by callyou are", I ask you to ing 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- James C. Willson & Co. LOUUVILLEKY. SYSTEM OF SHEEP FARMING Farmer Cannot Be Successful and IgBoth nore Wool and Mutton Worthy of Consideration. (I'repared by the United mates Department of Agriculture.) A system of sheep farming that Is continuously successful cannot tu be Ignore either wool or mutton. In many cases the two products will bo worthy Ia others of equal consideration. either one may be emphasized accordpeculiarities of conditions, ing to the management and marketing. Draw A Check for the money (move and note how much more respectfully your creditors re- Sard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank 4JTnut Go They know he Is doing business In ajCbuslreta like way. Hetter open auch an account even It your affairs are not large. Tbey will grow all right. PRODUCE LARGE MILK YIELDS Animal Is Necessarily of Type for Production of Not Found. Different Beef-B- reed The Garrard Bank & Trust Company (Prepared by the United Btates Department of Agriculture.) Ai the type of animal necessary for the production of large yields of milk Is entirely different from that of the beef animals, It has been Impossible to produce a brent which would combine these functions and be ot superior merit for both purposes. A. T. SCOTT County Tax Commissioner of Garrard County. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 7, 1919. 5 After you Mt-lw-ty tak FATONIC Instantly relieve Hwtborn, 8tora food Bourine. reneatlnir, and all itomach miseries. aad aMtt. Knx . Ada 4ltui lacraaaaeVllalltt-eJssrepATONIC U ttMUrtramr. TeMaf ttoj. auSSwoxtarfallr tm-i- . pal, mImm) r ta .-- ii. a. .wa. oc g will iratuoltuaw. Si?.. ''rl'TVE Lancler, R. H. McKOlir.KTS, Ky. NEW FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For Distribution ' More limn M farm deacrll.e.l. (let voir iinmo cm our innlllns lint it once. Semonin - Goodman Incorporated Louhvillr, Kentucky ANGUS-LAN- D 'STOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen Angus Cattle forsaleT,nnyt!nic either M'X any iitfc AIo I'olmnl Cliimi lings. lli rriiis-terv- d type Z: xwia . A. D. BKADSHAVV, WALKER BKADSHAVV. Lancaster. Ky ... J;.,''-.- ' ' V''''' . ' . jsssssW aim 'V It Mifsi IIMi III 44 Dr. J. W. WEBER We just mopped 'em up" "77iooC o,ya didn't know what retreat meant. And, pep I Say, every mother's son charged as tho' he was the whole American Army. It was the proudest moment of my life." CHIROPODIST More than 32,871,000 tins of Velvet Tobacco were sent to the boys in France enough, if placed end to end, to reach 2340 miles or nearly from New York to Brest. How much it helped them, their friendly letters testify. Velvet makes friends easily because, like true friendship, it has been r.'.Icwed to ripen naturally. For two years, Velvet ages in wooden hogsheads, : .vhen it comc3 out it is just right no kick, no bite, no harshness. i'ou and Velvet begin that friendship now. sVaaiaiB. r'aS alSaLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVaV FOOT DOCTOR Offlre Clxi 1 Velvet mild Cigarette. Nature-see- d nej and amoothnaas make Velvet "Just rifht' x cigarettes. 4) Of alettes tot 13c siixtc Cw; Gilcher Hotel, Danville, Kentucky. --the friendly tobacco Dally Thought. Kenl'i imMe timl candor la iiii'llle. Mad- AstaaHUs "aJIB' ENOS SPENCER. W WW WW WW WWW WWW WWWVW WWW WWW Keeping Cut Flowers Fresh. The Iriielh nf tlii- - rut flower can be kept can be Krrnlly lengthened OlssBrecd With Him. puttiuc n lltlli1 of hhIii In tin" aro kept. saltpeter ntT In Itrrt rould nut rut nrrl'Ui without Innocence In day by wwer nn liotti frellnc dltreMil. Siddi d lr l.l rarlum-ot- i ,peaklns n lily tn her ame de Start. r lter for lilt Is tfitj Kir I friend, he mid: "I Juin n't -t ft. CHAS. C. HARRIS. UNDSEY. Sec',. Pr... a r help It, she alTitix m.' 'znetly like Incredible. lirrldrt'." Rainy Seasons In Cycles. the ArconllitK t Kilunrd llruo-kner- , gTrflt Aiiilrlnn meleoroloRliI, riild. rainy i,miii rutin' In r)ile nhimt tlie rnM nearevery Ihlrty-IlM- est t llirae pMrtuklne "f their nature nnd IIimm- - furthest illotiinl Ik'Inc dry and Imt. Tho nr 1015 was lln helcht of nut" of llie- - rnld. et r.vclwt. 'l,e men ry lhat ournelte n nlher believe it. Tit-Hi- If we ruuld ee ee us, we wouldn't A I Southern Optical Co. IhiiiriMTHtrd T Manufacturers of Perfeet.Flttlng SPECTACLES EYE AND CLASSES Krjptokt Artificial Eyei Intlslble Hlfocul Ieua 4th A Chtttnut Bla. LOUISVILLE, KY. The underlined hereby give warn- Sns to all persons not to trespass upon POSTED lur lands for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. It. U Elkln, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Surah J. P. Hackley. Mrs. Emma Ilignlnbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. Rlirsby. I). M. Anderson. It. 1.. Iiarker II. U Kelley. J. C. Rlfc-sb- . "'1 Norway Must Import Sweetituffs. priMluce no sucar within its The Telltale Thumb. own 1'iirdem and the sweet ulrupt It Is n fact anions nerve frimi M'Ketnlile Hiiurre tire of ?porlnllls lhat by an ovamlnatlon of slltlit Iniporlnnri'. sn that rmmtry It n iMtltlun if almost alxolute tie. the thumb they ran It'll If Hie put lent In petiilenee mi Imports for its sweeten-in- I iilfecletl, or likely to he nnVrtril, hy p:irnl)U or not, u the Ihunili will Inmaterliils. dicate Ihl a Ions time before there U any truce of t lie lleae in any othWorst Enemy of Birds. Use of India Rubber. er part of the system. The creat hnrned owl Is the iimiI fur the flrxt India riilitier t the family im n dextru.ver nf time in hii eruMTln 177. hen very lie even extends small plerr n mid fur three marks. mine and poultry, Cause for Rejoicing. to rnhlilt unit other - hi depredation . Imueier, )e:ir later leIt Leonard wa nnlkiiii: ulih hi nurse iiulinals, mill If he discov- and met u friend of hi unit her, who It n put lutn seni nil Trior j fnre tit UiH Hie rrtiinti or oreun whu ueU er the Kleeplni: place of a rnvey nf proceeded to him in conversaquail he 111 rlean them up tn the lat fur enmlni: piiip"M. tion in a mo! ftTiilt mill enllteneil bird. manner, (in parllnc w'llh her, Leon-an- l wa Unit fur a Ions lime, nnd Wisdom In Quotation. then vn Id Hilli a senile sluh nf thank- Left Foot Largest Itartlelt, In his "Kumlllar (junta-tlnna.- " I inn an ill. id. Sarah, Your left foot I larcer than your If nines: that L'le the rollonlm;: "We read nf it rertnlii lioinaii emperor who liullt rlitht, In Wt rase out of 100. Science lti K"t u nice, Khmy mother." explain it in man) ways; hut we ac-- J u miicnllli'i'iil puluie. In dU'illiiK the fiiiiiidulloii. I lit- - workmen iIUiiimti'iI Crpt the easiest one, which la that we Xo c(e,n 0M p,ntng. nriuiuiented are a world of lef.footl InuiiKer. a pililen Tak(. t1(1 ,,!,.-,- . , f lUf frHlw ,sts and door Jamh. an, l)v ,,,, We lean iisulnst with thrw rlrilel. on which were wM ,.,.im I 'I Inor npemled; hne and we do iiioI of our leanlnit on the ,,.r Hi K,.,,,, ,,H umrl ttet ,,.,. flr , Kit ell : I hiitr kept; 1 lime pose.ei; left foot; oiiMKpuully, through the nMl ,.,.im r Mirw -1 I do to supHrt Hie hntr tnt; I am pirn-llu- l. jears It hn ci,,,,,,.,. Im,,, , r tiirw What I fonuerl) eipendeil. I welsht that the laxy rlt'ht ftMit doesn't. V!m' the picture wllh II wet The nett time jou buy kboes, have have; what 1 tate away. I hate.' f dirt left. sinse until little trm your left foot measured flrsl. (lestn Itiuimtioruiii, Tale XVI," Itepeat Ihe proress If neressury until (the picture I clean. When ileati, rub dry and apply clear linseed oil. Temperature of Leaves. View From High Points. Snme recent IntcallK'illoii of the At mouiilnlii stations, where one Is li'uipernture of leates inaile In the iihote the greater part of Ihe lower, The Main Point, ts mid mouulnlii of Art mini mid iliit'ladrii layers of the nliniphcre, l'te had formed the bud habit of inouiiluln of !u Hie Simla Lucia mori' stars are tlslhle than at sea runuliis n it)', an to Impress her fully bate resulted In Hie dlmut l"tcl. Some recent ohsertatlona at Mt with the danser of an doing, her fary tlial leatrs show a tery rapid Wilson hy Van drr Hilt show that ther took her on hi knee and told her the story of Charlie Itoa how he of leuiperatiire at lline. Tlire he limit of unaided tlslon there. Millis on) eteu the aid nf screen ibn I'lallima are almost roiitaiilly tn was coaxed iinay from hi yard one 1 tn It on. Clianses of from shut on tho light of the sky. Is at lay hy n man who promised him some ccntlKrade were observed lit fnnn nlsiut the seventh magnitude that I. candy and h never came hack to bis twenty In silly aerniids, and If a the faintest stars that can be seen on parent. She listened iiilently, and at iiiixleritely stroiiK wind Is blowliis the Ihe mountain are two and one-hal- f the close of the story she looked up "Writ, did be get the Intine may amount tn .1 decree In lime brighter than ran be seen at sea and naked: let el. caudyl" lli'ily seconds. Commercial School Of LEAKHINO LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY CUTHRIZ CTT.Irr. North of Po.tofflc. Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students RCSULARLV INCORPOHATCO INSTITUTION 321 .Vnray rr. ecure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue tent upon request, nl wrt Farm at Public Auction ON Tuesday, August 12th. '19 AT 10 O'CLOCK, RAIN OR SHINE. 1 will sell my farm of 204 acres, known as the GEORGE TARKINGTON PLACE. ,,,, i.i: ,i,., (m. ,. This farm consists of 8 room residence and all necessary barns and outbuildings, including pair Fairbanks Standard Stock Scales. This farm has about !!0 acres of virgin blue grass sod, and the balance is in high state of cultivation, clover having been sown each year, after wheat, and clover followed by corn. This place Is 5 miles from Danville, on a good road and in a good community, being just a mile from Caldwell church, and close to a school. Will sell to give possession January 1st, 1920, with seeding privileges this fall. This farm is located on the head waters of Salt river, ami is regarded ns one o( the best in Boyle county. Signed. Mrs. Elizabeth Tarkington Capt. English, Auctioneer. Any one desiring to look over this place before day of sale can communicate with F. FOX CALDWELL DANVILLE, KY, AND HE WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU THE FARM. . v The Central Record,, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug',7, 1.919 Prizes Totaling $10,000 Will Lure World. Champion Horse To Fair Yes, "VOU know how much toasting improves bread. Makes it taste good. Of course more flavor. Same with tobacco especially Kentucky Burley. ' III1!!" "t? i The Squatter ivn By GILES NKWCOMDK 1 it's toasted "Cascade," Winner of World' For the third lime In Stale I'nlr history n $10,000 premium ha been announced in connection with Hie fhe galled Saddle Horse Stake which i outstanding feature of the liore of Hie Kentucky State I'nlr. For scien successive fair the premiums In this ring hail ranged from $T)00 to $."1,000 with only one night' of tho high stepper. In 1017,. Commissioner of Agriculture .Mat S. Cohen made n whirlwind cainpa'.tn for funds nnd by liU own personal, brilliant, daring work, secured In donations the splendid sum of $8,S.V.iki. leaping tho total premiums for till event to 110,000. The announcement electrified the show horse world nnd did Jut what the commissioner calculated and desired, Imbued the breeders nnd exhibitor of fine horses with new and keen Championship In 1918. Interest In the ring. It also put the Kentucky State Fair on a hon-c- . show rivaling .Madison Square with an entire wi ek of horse events Instead of the one exhibition, the saddle horse routct being dlWded Into classes for the stallions on Monday night, the mares on Tuesday night nnd the geldings on Wednesday with the winners of the first three prizes In each of these classes pitted ngntnst each other In n grand struggle for the champion-shi- p honors of the world on Saturday ulglit. The cnture In 1017 met with unprecedented sum's nnd every night of the week the great State Fair livestock paWIIou seating ten thousand spectators was nightly packed to overflowing with enthusiastic spectators who applauded to the echo the magnificent specimens of horse flesh and equally splendid exhibitions of horsemanship which the ring provided. This triumph was repeated In 101S and ns nothing succeeds like success, bids fair to outrun all records In 1010. husi sa (I'orJitiM. 1111. X pspsr Vatoa) kr Iti CTttr ,' Something of n lawyer, a good deal of n natural horn salesman, Vance Hrlscoll listened with favor to the proHisltton of n real estate speculator to undertake the development of n new city subdivision at the extreme edge streets. of the built-uDrlscoll started out to look ntrr Hunt lie- square area. He took with him n pint of the same and a notation of legal description of the property. "There's one thing, Drlscoll." the owner of the land told him, "up at the far west end of the, truct jou'll flint n suatter' nest. It might be n well tit sort of wake up old Daniel Mulr to the fact that our threat of ousting III rii nre going to amount to mine-thinlie' a character. He settled nn the strip a few rar ngo. nobody eier disturbed blm. "anil he Imagine that he has full right to the properly. We would be willing to ghe blm n few hundred dollar to nrate peace-ably.- " Smashing, Dashing, Auto Polo Spectacular Feature For Fair 1 sft .i:fL&MXik.Aj'. -- .1 ;t;- riPl -' super-qualit- S&2XS32ttt...A.,W'- - ' -- C A show must be utmost of y to vie with the stunning and spectacular saddle horse exhibitions held nlghily In the great live stock iavllllon1of the Kentucky State Fair and In effecting this happy consumma tion the nicest Judgment, sense of spectacular values and practical knowledge ' f Is required. With the possession of these assets already demonstrated by Hippodrome which were notable shows In 1U17-1amusement affairs, Kentucky State Fair Secretary Fount T. Krenier may be relied on to equal or excel these former showings ami there Is satisfactory ussurunce In his announcement that the 1010 roster of attractions will be the banner array of State Fair history. The outstanding feature of this great pavilion entertainment will be tho appearance, for the first time In the South, of the magnificent musical organization known ns the 71st ltegl-mentNew York Guard Hand with Lieut Lambert L. Kbeu as director. This band figured In all the war activities of the metropolis and Is In coustant demand for vlctrola and piano-work. The organization Is and acmade up of forty complished musicians uniformed In striking military array, and It boast soloists of high repute In the world of music Its .leader, Lieut. Eben, Is a picturesque figure, and la said to be one of the most brilliant director In Their programs will be America. mado up of selections appealing to all urouseil a furore of Interest and excitement. Tho game Is n species of mi)o contest played with mounts of auto of roaring, swaying, space-eatlu- g espeehtl inistruct!oii nnd miniature size. There are no restrictions as to and heud-o- n methods of atlaik und smashes, miuhlne somersaults "spills" are frequent. Another act nf "dare deU" type Is to be presented by the Johannes Joef-fosoTroupe of live Icelanders, for merly a big drawing card with the Their circus aggregation. line of entertainment ! a sensational Illustration of the posIbllltles of pli) skill deelopment iuiiI understanding of defense In the ew'nt of attack. 1'ls tols), bowle knlvif and blackjacks tlgure sensationally In their paraphernalia. "Human Aeroplanes" Is the hilling of the Four Itolses who ore IiiglS''i aerial artist offering amazing mld-ti- r gjmnastlcK. The net Include three men and a pretty woman said to be us skilled us her companions. Astounding feats of dexterity are promised In the offering of the Forth! Sisters who nre French girls performing amazing feat of dexterity In midair while revolving suspended by teeth or hair. As climax to a thrilling program two of the Portias slide from either end of the pavilion roof suspended by their hair. A turn nttracthe to the eje nr.i titillating to the sense I assured In the wheel and wire offering of the MacDonald Trio, as well as the quartet nf comedians known as the tlaggagc Smasher. In "t'lrcu Horsemanship" Fair vis , tastes. Of the acta proper the most pretentious to be offered In the pavilion oval will be' the auto olo exhibition which U second to none as an amusement combining thrill, clamor, movement This game was Intround surprises. duced to" State Fair visitors for the tirst time last seasou and both In the pavilion and on the race track it itors will be regaled with a spectacle wonderful In the way of uper-Intclgeuce nnd training and of decoratlte beauty. Licphanta figure In another animal amusing and marvellous act of tenor and lslng steeds and four pen-pi- e provide a "living statuary" series of patriotic and beautiful character. The list of Hippodrome features wind up with the atiriing, sensa tlonal and unusual entertainment ol the Seven McKay, a a Scotch troupe of canny Highlander are described, Their offering Is a musical ballet In which' the national Instrument, the figure piercingly and pleas. The tract wn nil prnlrle mhI, except n! th south end. Here wn a stmt f prist In nnd coverts! with Inn unit '. hushes surrounding a well built In the midst It was n fair of n desert of waste and monotony. A Irlsfoll passed a little rustic summer house aligning one corner of It" frontage a bend of white hair wa protruded, "ls-klnfor something or muni-iBs- Irr tniu!rcd old Daniel Mulr. keenly surtejlng the suspected Intruder. "U by, ." replied Drlscoll rnstially. "I am Interested In the new suIkIM-slo- n here." Instantly the old man flared up. He Quaranteed by rearhfd behind him and brought nn mtiket Into lew. "S . you're one of that crowd. ehV he burst your way, then, and keep "f!o Mit. jour distance! Thl Is my prorty. and mi)l-.l- r disturbs me In my right nt Hielr "Stpialter's rlghtr mildly InsinuFriday until Sunday, Truly a II"? f'in-'.- -. MT. HEBRON ated Diisroll. -i 'Me, snld "A .nan Oat's nlltlIt? IWt yon come "Who saj Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery ink ... t here trjlng to scare nooUne ill. I. .. Several of the children of Mr. Jas. j ..ere i S- me m,k .u see , ie'11' proud me or mine!" nnd the inmement !r,IH,nJu, miu' of uaruwicK nave ocen at nis ucusiue a Doctor for their baby who remains of je fnct, the wenimn In the trembling hands I for n few days. in n critical condition. menacing, spent the Mrs. Shelby Siierrow "Why. father, you must not become Mis licrnie Montgomery spent n As Jimmy Saw It. thl wny'" excited nnd dltemirteou week end with her sister, Mrs. Elbert part of last week with her sisters, Mrs .li.mes wit tiNi pugnacious to his and Instantly there glided to til sleV Jennings in Jessamine. James Hamilton near Lancaster nnd nother' way of thinking. She often n young clrl mi dazillnrly loitiy that Mrs. Steve Walker on Poor Ridge. us'i!-Miu for getting Into fights spelllN.und. Mr. ami Mrs. Millard Hnmm are Drlscoll stiwsl Vance a lib oilier Ihis, nnil told him It would "Come, denr," she continued, soothingof a fine boy who the proud parents Messrs Tho. Hicks nnd II. R. Monts-better to stand n Utile picking on ly. "I mil sure the gentleman mean arrived on the -- 7th inst. gomery sold to a Madison county bull to be lighting half the time. One nothing by coming here except In purparty the fnrm recently purchased Iny be ciime home with garment Mr. nnd Mrs. H. R. Montgomery suance of hi business." he and olid and baby, Mr. and Mrs. E1 Grow from Mr. Ollic Lane at JKlr an ncrc. hud and Intornlight explained that re"Vou'll exce me, then," spoke Dan-le- t n becuuse he had rnlinlng down. "Verdn ami Danville on business were in Mrs. A. S. Denn was called to fusal to take a dare. After u heated I Mulr Improved nnd and luie Saturday by the illness of the rgument with his mother nlnit It he chcrMicd thl pretty spot jenr b I of Locust family of Mr. John Dean, four of fflnlii!?d, "(iie whiz, mother, MUs Mattie Bourne de. yrnr I'e managed lo make a lllng Grove was with her parents, Mr. and whom are very low with typhoid houliln't think )ou"d want to bring up cent Using by raising nnd Jour lniy to be a coward t" Mrs. Thomas Bourne in Lincoln from J fever. plnrt and seed, ami I'm no more a wpintlcr than you are." "It I n warm day. Won't yoti rnine-Iend rest?" nskd the daughter, and she held oen the gale nnd Drlscoll.. won ti.v her Iwautjr and graclousnes. glad to enter tne cool, shaded wn linn er. "You say you have a deed tn the proierty?" asked Drlscoll. "Ve, I have. I never recorded It. but I'm going to nnw. You act n If you're looking for the truth, young man, and I've nn objection to showing It to you." The old man went tn another prt of the house. "He patient and. Indulgent with my father." spoke his dauch-te- r "This little home to Drlscoll. rienn a great deal tn us." Doubt of the positive scnnneil the jellow faded Drlscoll saving of Lalley Light shei t placed In hi hand n few minute later. A vivid token of lurcst has disappeared. Proof cnine Into hi face a he perused It, is piling up on all sides. and then conipansl the property description It bore with the subdivision We no longer need to record nnd map of It surrounding ask you to accept our tracts, statements. Something enlightening strike yon, hejV challenged Mr, Mulr keenly. We never doubted for "Why. I must sny so," replied a minute that "Tell you, ullnw tne tn copy the was one body nf thl deed. It may lead tn something of vnst Importance to jour of the greatest blessings Interest." The old man hesitated, but that had ever come to the hli daughter whispered In Ida ear: "I farmers of the world. am sure )ou ran trust tho young man. y. assent-Inglfather," and Mr, Mulr nnddi-Now we can quote the oomplitt unit nin and LUf Viht It m b.l.f It tupplnt MmpU nator iln farmers themselves clicili lot "I havo a remarkable announcement It c.U stora. aVJAts, wat.f pump, withtnt maelun$. isp cr.ani thousands of them. tn make tn you." Drlscoll told the suh. tmptrttor, tanning mill, iton, mtc divider the next day, after going over the county record. Danlef Mulr I InThe grand average saving in all the records com' deed u squatter, but he has a valid 13 hours per week is better than piled thus deed for a wholo quarter section of land Just over tho line. Ho simply located on the wrong tract. I would It is making money by saving time for them. Many of these farmers admit they Initalled wives, arms end daughadtlse that )nit make, a fair deal with Think of ore man admitting cheerfully that the Lalley because their hlin for hi present holdings. The proi-ert- y ter gave them no rest till they did. he has gained 66$ hours' labor In one weckl he really own I worth u small They weren't thinking so much of the savThe wise thing for you to do Is to see Lalley ing. They simply couldn't get away from the forune. Light their wive and families were conclusion that Daniel Mulr wn allowed to retain Its value to you, your family and your farm entitled to the comfort, the education, the hi original location and aw anted 110,-00- 0 Is so great that it would pay you to make a convenience of for hi quarter section. Tha vnrl- trip to ua as soon as you can. special Now they are finding that Lalley is even more ou negotiations necessitated a good Or we wiU come to you If you telephone.. tfajui a wonderful comfort and convenience. many Inter lew of father and daughI ter by Drlscoll. Atk your Lmlley deal ft la sioie you the Lalley Saret Book telling . "How shall we ever thank you or eipvriences ol Lalley owners repay you for all you have done for LALLEY LIGHT CORPORATION asked Verda when the matter was -U.S.A. DETROIT. MICHIGAN Anally adjusted, and then hrr eye drooped and the Mushea came, for In hi face tho read that which told her that heart and Hp were ready to say: "Your lovel" 3uy yourself a package of Lucky Strike cigarettes. Notice the toasted flavor. Great! Nothing like it. The real Burley cigarette. 07 4? U O .. Farmers Say Lalley Saves 13 to 66 Hours Per Week far ar fglfeq light safes lime.saues labor, sates m lour. HASELDEN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. Naturally, "Why do you atk mt If the women, conductor are to be a permanent fixture on the carat" "Why no t? las t It a far suhUooI" The Central Record, Lancaster BANKS SHOW DIC Ky. Thursday,' Aug 7, 1919. Summer Specials Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, GAIN l DEPOSITS OVER LAND ALL oljoy smoke WAD SAVINfln CAMPAIGN TEACH' NECESSITY INO PEO-L- E or THniPTi NEST ECGS ARE GROWING C'.at'ttlca la Shaw That Savings Habit Oaln'na Momentum All Car W.rld. Water Thn purchase ft Government Ilnnd and Bmlnsi Ktampa h.ia Increased rat'ier than derrMtnl nar'ncleroa' Ita In I ho Inn! a nf lh eounlry, ' Ito. vent statement1! from various Mtt'iins, from l.o Angeles tr New York. show" that since the nrmlrtlcu waa slgnail tli a savings hunk of the country hnvn linen Hoodi-- with depoilta, New York Htnto rocant'y pasd the 12.000,000,. mn mark, with Hi nun hor nf dspov Itora running up tp ir.ora than 3,500, 000. Coolers, Lawn Mowers, Coal" Oil Stoves That do not heat your Cheaper than kitchen. coal. W. J. ROMANS. Novel Umbrella Stand. Unsought Fimt, A yming lady say Hint her mot fids I thn mil nf my social camoment necurrcd nn n rainy BEWARE THE GETreer!" iimnm-- Alcrrnun. slttlnir np In MAN Nil. "I drank Iim much In"! nlsht lit day recently, when she entered n the ball nnd staggered Into every- crowded treet car with n sopping In these daa when money li much n ml accidentally rested Hip body'" "Scarcely, lr, scarcely," said I):vcrynne's mint nf It In n fcllutv passenger's low easier to get than In daya that many hit volet amlogetlcnlly. can remember, the quick" RICH-QUIC- The dspotlta piled sUcdlly up through th" war period. A statement covering saving depotlta In all bunk other than nallonul, lasued In February, 1119, shn-va- d that thn amount aroie from I fl.H7.S92 .3? Ill 11113 ta J7.727.007.97t In 19. In I lie latter part ut May avlng Anjelcs reported depos-It- a bank of of approximately llC0.0ofl.O0O. The I'. 8. I'natal Bavins; bank found January and Fobruary of thn present year eiceptlonally big montha for savings. The Post-I- t Saving hanka hare conducted only very limited educational campalgna In the past, and the credit for hlK Increaaea la freely Kftcn to the work done In Iho Saving Stamp rampalKna. Persona who get the thrift habit practice It In eavlngs aa well a In Thrift and Havlnga It haa been shown. Stamp The figures prove that In the treupon the people of thn mendous call country for money to flout the Liberty i, I,oana anil the War elavlngv deposits were not generally withdrawn from the aarlnga banka. Kffort waa made to pay for stampa and bonds out of the family Income without touching the neat egg that are growing In the eavlnga banka. A commerce report Issued In June ahowa that In Japan all records for savings have been broken tn the early part of this year. The average monthly Increaao baa been about 12,. 000.000 yen (15.982.000) alnce February, 1918, It may. well be noted by Americana that they will he obliged to practice thrift lo the utmost. If the United Slates la no' to lag behind the other natlona In savings. jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert I That's becauzo P. A. haz tho quality I You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck! So, whensyou hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch well you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments! Toppy nd bagt, tidy Ttd rins, handsome pound and half pound tin I was ruch NEVER ".mckojoy as you puff out of a o- ' humidoraand rAat clatty, practical pound cryttal gtaaa humidor with tpongt moitttntr lop that ktcps tht tobacco in tach perfect condition. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, WinstonSaIem, N. C tiJMiig uf you ns Inwntlng n new Habit of Dcclilon. Moit people ntii have succeeded In Any direction of acthlty ran trace the measure of their suciess to the habit of deciding things Tor ltionmlte. One e lune la of the greatest temptations to conflile In other. Ity yielding to It n ulance to our we not only friends hut keep on lowering our own powers of resistance. plan la a favorite temptation held alluringly before the public. The Treasury Department haa recently Issued a Hearn's Dislikes. According to hl Jnpnncse widow, bulletin floating with thla pernicious really wise person who canthn orrnlle hut brilliant Amerlrnn evil. The Ijifrndlo llinrn. "dMIkod llnrs, not afford to "take a chance" tlnJs In wrlli-r-, abuse of the wenk. Prince Allien coats, the War Havings Stamp an Investment the city nf New York, nnd ninny other Just to his liking, lie .may Invest as things." lie wii fund nf the son nnd little aa J5 or he mny Invest up to swimming, "lonely cemeteries," ghost 11.000, and the little "baby bond" la stories, Mnrtlnlipie nnd of beefsteak safe guarded Just as much as the 11.000 bond drawing i rer cent comand plum pudding. pounded quarterly and Is absolutely sato. HARRY LAUDER ON THRIFT 8TAMPS shoe." Iloston Transcript. "get-rlc- & UNITED STATES RAILROAD Til A TtriM iitniiwii Director fienernl of Railroads ADMINIS- - Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares are now In effect to various Summer Resorts ProAidlng Attractive Vacation Trips Following arc rbuml trip rates from Lancaster to nearby resorts (war tax extra). ?15.9G Blue Rhine, Ga $H.ri8 Diamond Spring, Ky $11.64 Gallatin, Tcnn. Irvine, Ky $10.20 --I. Maryville, Tenn. $ 8.82 Oliver Springs, Tenn. 84 $ Torrent, Ky $ 4 Crab Orchard, Ky. $10.20 i Franklin, Ky., $12.70 Hurtsville, Tenn $ London, Ky WM Murphy, N. C, $ 8.40 Smith Grove, Ky $12.71 Westmoreland, Tenn.;' r to other points or further particulars For fares apply to local ticket agent, --- --4 "I contend that the man who Invests III Government Securltlea," says Harry Lauder, the eminent Scotch comedian, "who buya War Savings Stamps nnd Thrift Stamps, Is Investing In the welfare of his country nnd tho welfare of those depending upon him. Wnr Sjvlng Stamps will win the war. lly tliul I mean that I do not consider thn war fully ended until the world has secured n comfortable set tlement for all the maimed and wounded men who got their wounds In the war." THRIFT TEACHING DEVELOPS CHARACTER Surely nothing la moru Important than the teaching of the fundamental principles of saving. Surely nothing can develop stronger character than which will necessarily the be practiced In learning tho principles of economy. Surely nothing affords a better opportunity of teaching the principles practical of patriotism than that which la afforded by the use of War Savings Stampa In teaching thrift In the schools of our country, SURE THINO. What's the use ot worryln About the market's tryidT Invest In Government W, S. S. And be winner tn the end. r. m. c. MOTHER 'GOOSE Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard To get her poor dog s bone; Had aha Invested In W. S. 8. No need for the hungry dog's moan. '. M. C. Mr. John Broaddus Sr., had a telMl. and Mrs. William Embry. Monday morning, School began Monday at the An-tio- ephone message school house. Miss Ruth Lane that his father, Mr. William Broaddus Mr. Tom Turner is visitinc his daughter, Mrs. John Powell of Crays. Of Iluena Vista, as teacher and Miss of Madison was quite ill. He left at once for his bedside. Misses Kllcn and Ressie Turner Annie Powell of Lancaster, assistant. were visitors Sunday of Miss Lizzie Foley. Dresses Examples of "All-Day- " Mrs. .Mary Cooley of Hichnioml, is the house, cucst of .Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrlic Ynter spent I the past week end with Mr. nnd Mr". j.Iiilin lilark. .Miss Lizzie Foley entertained a number of her friends at nn elegant , dinner Sunday. Misj Marie Lcdford of Paint Lick attractive truest of her sister, ..Mrs. P.obcrt Ward. Mcs.lnmes A. M. (irdler nnd J. L.1 ' Vnnt's visited Mrs. J. C. Kobinson of ! Ijinca ter Thursday. Sunday School opened ucjain Sun-oufternoon at the School house. A jjood crowd was present. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Kuson and Mifs Stella N'nylor motored to thej llnrrodshure Fair Wednesday. Mr. Walter Smith spent Wednes- ' day night wjth his jfrnnd-mothe.Mrs. Isaac Cornett of Paint Lick. Mrs. A. M. Cirdlcr of Somerset.1 after a visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. ! I Yhntis returned to her home Friday. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Itobert Ward nnd children and Miss Marie Ledford attended the HnrrodsburfT Fair Friday,! Mrs. William Sutton spent a portion of lust week the puest of her ais-te- r, Mrs. Wallace Jones of Madison, j GUY. lthe Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnscom reinjury and j Miss Nell, returned home Monday,, nfter a pleatnnt visit in Johnvon Co. I .Mrs. William Carson nnd Miss Annelle, of Stanford, were visitors Trunin;' of Mis. Curric Davidson. Mis MiiUd-- j fimiih returrcil hone Tuesday after isitinj Mis Virginia Sutton on the C. O. road for tl.c past ten days. Mr. nnd .Mrs. John Smith and daughter, Hazel, vpent Sundny with Mr. and Mrs. Itcca Sowdcrj of Fall Lick pike. Mr. and Mrs. John liroaildus were guests Saturday of their daughter, Mrs. Marcus White on the new Danville pike. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ynter were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Smith, on the Poor Kldgo Pike. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Clark and son, Earl Ward, Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Henry and children of Kirksville, spent Thursday witL Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. w Mr. John C. Oreaddus Jr., end (liter, Miss Jean, attended n lawn fete Saturday night given by Miss .Mice Sutton of Marksbury. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Embry and family motored from Lexington Sun dny and were guests for the day of One-plecn drosses, to be worn In placo of iiults In uud out ot door, received a great boost during the war. When tailors lxcame scarce and the work nf iniikliig street clothes went Into the liamli of ilrcKMiinkerx In Purls, e " the drem liegnu to replace Milts. Willi the nppiovul of Parts umn It, tills t)le of Hrcct ilre mude great heudway In Amerlcu and iipH'iin lo have estublli-bedress, a It Is culled, The together with new suits. In the early fchnn lugs of full styles, Mime-tlmhaving much the uppenrnnce of a suit nnd somi'tlmes it holly different from one. These two types ure shown together In the picture above. These dresses urn mude up In the same quiet colors und ot the sutne materials as suits, although colors cover a wider runge than urn usually presented In suits, and there Is more latitude In the mutter of decorations. The dress at the left of the picture simulates a suIUso closely that It Is misleading. It will Interest the girl who must soon be outfitted, for college, because It U u youthful, model that will tea her through the fall wlta- out a wrap and prove comfortable In cold weather with the aid of a coat I u suit wlth nnd short box coat belted In. IVit tho coat turns out tu lie only n bodice, with fronts lengthened below the niK row belt and disappearing ut the sides under n seam In the skirt. It has a Nitln vest, prettily embroidered, nnd n few very large bone buttons emplitislzu Its novel features. They ure set ulong the side senilis In which the Jacket fronts lose themselves and nn the odd lupels Into which the collar lengthens. Wool velour Is nn Ideal materia for n dress of this kind. The girl who aspires to look tall and slender should consider the long linen and simple composition of the dress nt the right. The picture portrujs It with so much fidelity that there Is uothlnd that needs to be said about It. An underskirt of silk, wttb border of cloth has the effect ot separata skirt, but y the dress Is, above all things convenient to put on, and this skirt Is merely the lower part of a foundutloi thut supports tbe dress. Any ot tin I familiar and reliable wool suitings win serve to make these dresses. It has the appeurance of The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 7, 1919 MOTOR TRUCK FOR SALE. UNCLE SUM'S NEW Ton Four wheel drive truck Wo have a .'J which we bought aa n demonstrator; it is suitable for road contractors, sand and trrnvel hauling, logging, lumber business, tobacco hauling, or any work where heavy hauling and bad roads prevail. We will sell this new truck at less than factory cost, as wo are Address giving up the agency. COLUMBIA MOTOR TRUCK COMPANY, Inc., Louisville, Ky. 110 South Seventh Street, I CERTIFICATES ARE TD LOOK AT THEY ARE NOW AVAILABLE $100 AND 1.0r DENOMl' IN At Usual. The man nlm Is nlnuys t lllnc "hut perfectly lonely plmv lio meil M n live in makes you nn :er lnnv he eer cnine to leave siuh nil IMen. Fnrtn Life. Only That Difference. As t was cnliiR (.hupping I met n rhnrmlui; little fellow, who stMiko In me quite politely. In further conver-sulln- ti I Inquired Ms mime. "Oh," he nniwcreil Willi eny nnnirnnce, "It'? Just the siitne ns my ihiihlr', only it's pit Mr.' on the end of It." (Iilrngo Tribune. Education Always Helps. NATIONS. Pfifftfi toSWt) REGIONAL BANK SUPPLIES Terms Pact and They Are Liquid. ad Conditions Anpear Esetcd-Ingly On foWlamet GRAINING PROCESS' teasi lit these limpts ore rations am one can apply beautiful !.arJ.vuod cfToet tAerolJ toft hcxxI or pre ion.!) finished floors dour, and furniture. Washable: heclpruof; loots and wears Ureal IiarJntxii finish. Gtab"iit 3 icnts per square foot. Direction ii on each can. I.rn to g.-- m minutn at j THE CHI-NAM- STORE laterttf it to ppi. water w IN YOUR LOCALITY C hfr you arc courtrou Ikr hum?, alt nude of ervire auJ aMtt lor anutrun aurrj rtul. ' fi Omit tfc tr in qua r uur re. B pu.M. (.w.r..trrd O 'mi - Tytlilii is lor THE OHIO VARNISH COMPANY CLCVILAND, McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Nostalgia. very ynnng Swedish girl wn homesick. "You nught to In' contented, mul not fret for your old home Inn." mill her mistress, n she limkeii ut the (llni eyes nf the girl. "You nri. earning good wages, your work Is Hcht, fiery one In kind to you, mul you hate plenty of friends here." "Ves, nm'iim," bald tin' sir). "Itut It I' not tin- - place vrhere I tin lie Hint makes nie vera homesick; It Is the place uln-r- a I don't lie." A Seme Remarkable ShootlnQ. Iwlinr sit mi I'.v smtir if nlilfer. tlio hero of tthleh ttns to 'i ho hi ink mrlrlilses at tt row of Imt- tnmllm: on u shelf, while ninth r Mi. r. well ttn to lireiik '.i liollle In turn with the point of A ii I lildy lyouet. thus preleiHllni: that the l tlin; the Imtlles. Tlimiisli le ii ivn ii' mlunilerstiiniliiK the hero tart. ii Iniolhi -- nt the wrong end of the white nt the other end the buttles ti'.e helni; liroken. o' LaT1j ij CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. ) OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over Gne'Half Million Dollars. ON "ROLL OF HONOR."' B. F. Hudson, President, W. F. Champ, Cashier, i J. J. Walker, V. Pres. V. O. Kifrney, Asst. Cnchier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! We are equipped with machinery to do nil kinds AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE REPAIRING On all makes of Automohiies or Engines. We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charger and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an gas engine or farming machinery. At anv time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for ords and other makes of curs. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day mul Night. Satisfaction auto-mobile, I- - guaranteed. Krosli from the (internment print-In- s office In Wnshliigtnn, and repos. e Ins In the saulta of the Federal Hank In St. IonK nre millions of dollars worth of the latest securl Ilea Issued liy Ilia United Htates Out. eminent for circulation nmniiK patriotic and thrifty rltlsens of Missouri. Arkansas and Kentucky. (lovermneiit honds are not the hot-oltthey one wore. The war s.iw to It that the people of America as well as Kuropean countries were educated ulnnK llnt.o llni-1- . The I.lherty llonds were Introduced Into many Institutions and households, and millions of people who neer saw a (.oTcrninent llond prior to tho war now reckon that llttlo piece of registered or couiwneit paper as one of their most cherished possessions. Hut this new Issue of Uncle Sam's Is the most unique and readily security of all It Is the of tho War Savings r.itnpulsn. and bids fair to hare een u wider circulation and greater popularity than uveu the Liberty llonds. The Instrument Itself, Issued In two ili'iuimlna Hons of tl.000 and Slno are splendid specimens of the ensraver'a art new While In many respects certificates nre simply "vnliiK Stamps of greatly uularKeil .alue, they take on the physical beauty of Uncle Sam's most solemn promise to pay. Th Is IK thousand dollar certificate Inches wide by 6 Inches deep, and la printed oil that specially prepared and almost uurounterfeltable paper that In Itself breathes conlldence. The back ground Is the giant ' and of Liberty Knllght'ning the World, and the ray from the great torch flares rth to each nxtremlty of the paper The border la tieU and artistic, and the wording It plainly engraved. Tho printing Is n a rich brown, fnk the lluo Tho smaller new certificate. Is the exact counterpart of the larger $1,000 certificate, JiVe In the amount iliJ the further fact that the printing It In blue Ink. The demand for these new Issues was such that the Treasury Department could not Ignore It. Many persons who reallied the advantages of the War Savings Stamps wanted to avoid the necessity of buying the small stampa and sticking them to the cards Issued by tho (lovernment. The bulk of 11.000 In ti stamps, too, were considered an Inconvenience by many. Now one may buy either the 1100 or the $1,000 certificate, paying the price (lied by the Government for this S3 month, namely, for the latter. In August the price will be $838, and will increase $2 each month. The $100 certificate may be bought this month for $83.60 while In August the cost will be $83.80, and Increases In cost 20 cents a month. Each security reaches maturity on January 1, 1921. Those who hold the securities of the old and smaller denominations may eicbange them for the new. In order to get a $100 certificate the applicant must submit 20 completely filled out $5 War Savings Certificates. For the $1,000 certificate It will take ten times as many. The unregistered certificate may be exchanged through any bank that It authorised to tell War Savings Certificates. The registered one, of course, must be redeemed through the post office department. The, interest rate, as well as all other provisions In the new securities Is Identical with that of the familiar War Savings Stamps four per cent Interest compounded quarterly. The redemption privilege, too. It the tame. If the holder must realise on his Investment bo may obtain cash for the tame by giving ten days' notlci and surrendering the tame through the Treasury Department. If not carried to maturity the certificate bears Interest at the rate of 3 per cent. The law provldet that tho certifi cates are not negotiable,, and plainly printed on the face. In large capitals. are the words, "Not transferable." There can be no shrinkage In value of this form of security. If after car rying It for a year, and then necessity compels disposing of the tame, the holder will receive the full amount paid, plus 3 per cent. If, however, he holds It to maturity It draws four per cent compounded quarterly, which Is eiactly t'i per cent. At far at security It concerned, the total wealth of the United States It behind it, and It la at tecure at the nation Itself. hut did ymi eer "top to Inquire what the fellow miulit him lieiume had l:i oilui'titlon milled to his natural tnlent? In ?ilto of n handl He 1ms cup nnd not lioeuuo of It. Surely Drafty. There lire nil sorts of different lirlnglni; n thins home to of pie. e, fur lntniire, of Take tl n member of Hie district muti- ho wanted rll In Kughiuil. to enable his fellnwoiuiicllors to real- Ire the shnuieful illirepnlr nf n certain "oltiip near hy. It wns m ilrufly. he said. Hint tunes isnitd he played on a mouth urzati moved up and down dung cracks In the walls. ii The success nf the untcttereil man Is often nrsmil to show Unit men do nut mill iiliicnlltm. In rnei the tltilti may In Ih' j j j maim The Greatest Name in Goody-Land I When Boston Was In Trouble. In 171, on the 1st of June, the this. At ''i port Mil went Into tUHMi Ho. harbor was Hiriilnt nil nnd lniltus was In ii '.II ilay" notice the i lllrens , of ltittnti were deprived of Ihi-l- r mentis if Kiilnlni; a lUlue. 1 ii II etui 1 in run hull throtldiiillt the colonies, lulitrl-luilliiiwere ralsiil lii other titles fori their relief, nnd the ienple nf Marble-- , lieml offered Hie l!ntiin mcrvhiiuts the ' iim- - of their wharves. tres f Undeveloped Country. Ix.I.e St. John, lit the heml of the pletiireith SaKiieniiy lUer, has liei-hmoi'lit In Hie imtleo of the Itoinl of Arts liy l'rof. J, C Mrl.eiiiiaii a one of the tet ltllilerelnMil (sitter unirces In North America, It has an urea of Hbiuit X'i iiiure miles, drain ii htisln nf ftMKsi Miiiare miles, nnd is 315 feet tilinti' sen leel, Thri-easily' ileteloieil inner sites are capable of n total of l.lssl.issl 'horse j potter at tldettaler, and mauy sites for. itiM'Ls mill Itiililnlrliil nlniilii iivmII. ' able on the river. iWfm VffEA u rally has to have a paCr;aec worthy of its mWw U mM m mm V B JMV flpBHv WRIGLEYS in the tealed packaee that keeps ill of Its aowJnesj In. fJ jfyf The FlavoUstsI .a i i ta sMi J5 " PUBLIC SALE Paint Lick Property I will sell at Public Outcry, without limit or property known as the Dr. Treadway place, on by-bi- d my SATURDAY, AUGUST 9th, 1919 sale. At Two Thirty o'clock, Rain or Shine. This property is situated on the Madison side of Paint Lick, admirably located, well improved, with every convenience and in high order. The house contains seven rooms with nice front veranda and back porch, with all necessary outbuildings, such as barn, corn crib, buggy house and splendid cistern at the door. There is about two acres of ground, with very productive and rich garden, nice lawn, poultry yard, etc. At the same time will sell; One pure bred Jersey Heifer; one pure bred Red Berkshire hog; two sows and fourteen pigs; also some household and kitchen furniture. Paint Lick is one of the best interior towns in the county, located right on the L and N railroad. Property in this town is in great demand, not being at this time a place for rent or for Anyone desiring to look over place will be gladly shown same by calling at the residence. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Patrick IF WE CAN WHY DON'T WET & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. Can we load the world In thrift? It we try we call. Can we cause the cloud to lift? If we buy we can. Can we make our fand the place Of a successful, better race? Can we want and woe efface? Sure! By Thrift Saving Plaa. MRS. SOPHIA TREADWAY W. T. KING, Auctioneer. paint Lick. Ky. r. M, O. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 7. 1919 THORNHILL WAGONS t)posites By RALPH HAMILTON Waterwau Thousands lmvc been If t To Health fully restored to licnlth mul fltrciitli as a result of tnldnj? CARDS, Exclusive Optometrist. i J. J. Byrne DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilclicr Hotel. 8 tn 12 and t to 5 p.m. 11, O JOME Thornhill owner constantly JSK dan l inimufiicturiT, Hum iimt lilniM'ir with tlio belief Hint lie liml inul'tnil nut a (ili'iiMint rt'ilri'innit friuii irnili- - nitlslty nml htirrnwiliiiHy mlJilMnl his family nlTitlrs In n mi)'. Hi- - liml nilil lil nlil Iiiiiiio lit Tnimtnn, liml Rlun ii mi tin- - iirci- litlnii on hi I'liint. Ini'iit Hint In Mnulil ri i i i n In rlinrKi' fur n inir until his nlTnIrs were ir,,pjrlM, isit. hr itis w.ai.rn N... p.l'.r Union ) Wnlil" Mnrllii, succi'ful hit'lni"' AEVONlSt "The Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever. Office (lours riiltnllt siiwnlhly itimhi'iI nnilor llu new Tlii'ii In- - liml smii- - In Mi spinster sister Kmlly mill nWil fur her tuiniM-- l mill riMiiirrntlnii. "ltK tin- - clrli I Hunt tn tnlk in )ihi ii r.iit. Dully," In- - mill. "With the "bl lioinc ziiih they ulll Ihiw tn coini liml lny wllli Jim till f iIitIiIi- - cm n new comment on the rase with which the wajon can be backed up." This is due to the full circle iron. The ordinary circle ij but a half circle ( ). In making a slurp turn bolster often run to the enj of the track ami become "derailed." Thornhills cannot do thi because their track it a circle ( O ) j Othert comment on the fact thst in spite of tremendous overload'!, Thornhill axles never break. The reason for this is plain. They me touch reinforced by a steel truss bar liichland hickory that extends the full Icnpli of the ax! Still others comment that thp pears never iet out of line, his unuvucl feature is due to one of their workmen's ins cntions. I le designed a malleable front hound plate bo!:ed to the cears at eicht poir. . It's literal! n jacket of iron that holds nex's in line snd li;ht lur.mng for life. From hilly sectiors come reports that the old trouble of broken kmc bolts i unknown among owners of Thornhill wagons. This because uf a cup and saucer .uraiiticmciit on the bolster that relieves the king bo!: of strain. To others the ama7ine feature is thr lone life of Thornhill beds due M their location which civet them the pick of tV yearly cuttinc of wood and due, in part, to tlic f.c: thzt they paint with pure lead and linscrd o.l despite its high cost. Thousands of owners have found in Thornhills unusual strength where they are accustomed to weakness. Let us show you this perfected wagon. ItM-- W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, KY. Public Sale 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 of Farm "I Ik-- i It ulll hi piTinmit'lilly, Wnbhi," ill"" Martin, sincerely. "I ilon't know which I low llm inot IMna or (!rnre lint It In tin !uiriilrt tiny of tny life when they fiiiio! iimlcr my roof clinrEo, "Anil Kmlly," mhleil her liroiliiT, "Von nre n win-- , worthy wniiinii. nuil I feel it Mill lie n blcs. In? If joii ulll culili- - nml cunril llii'iii. Tlii'y ulll cniiluiite nest limnlli. Sptire no i'Xx'iit In Klvlne them nil the fii'libm nml society niltnntnjres 'Ine to tl'i- - iliiiiKlitcrs of n rlcli mnn. I ilon't unnt In lose llirni for a long time jet, lint sooner or Inter liolli ulll crt mnr . In recant to this fenture I wlh you tn I. in r In nilinl their illfTcrciit cliiiriirlcrNllcs; stmly them, mini) re ' llii'iii, nml select for them only such iiiiiilntnnfs nml frlcmls n nre tciu- iNTmiii ntiilly In ni'ionl ulth I Ik- - Kiim.v "I think I roinprflii'nil you, lirollicr,' nlil .Ml- -i Slit- .Mnrtlu tliouclitfiilly. ui-l- l tlltfil to liliili'rtnko the uii i luiro roiiunlltril to lir euro. A tlii'lr fntli.T lunl tolil Ml Mar tin tin girl urro truilM'rmni'iitnl. tiuli In Iiit nun Hcullnr uny. Kilnn uhi n Mlttlmr. rlnlilnir henm of iin1iliifa merry to tlic point of InuocPiit folly, I -- klliiminir Hip ri'nlltlpi of llfi- - tTtre- ' lefi nml fre tier rlneliiK liuitli r i contnnt nroniinnlmrnt of her sola tile iircM'iu-i'- . (Iniep on tlu rontriiry un hitIou', Milate, pinotlonally linirpillip to Hip olnt of piiiiIihIi. Tphth chiiip rpiul. lly ulth hpr. Thp Mtrrowi ami tronlilp of oltiprN HfTei'tPil lipr ns thoucti tlipy illrpct relatlnii. llyneintli IiiIcp an onllspiii'il 1 renter of iiJij m.iit for thp i.tpri. I heir new In ami ultliln n inontli lifter Mallntloii win the renter of a new co tcrle of frlemli. There uni n .elect Kroup of jniini; people 'Ulioin Jlli .Martin fasoreil, anil Hip lawn of the Indue uai n pretty ulcht nftprnooin nml 'i'nlns. with lt plenslne nrniy of youih nml hrnuty. Mr. Mnrtlu mine to Aetnn one week eml nml neemej to lake iileaxuru In uatehlnir the Kroup at tenul, nreher) nml other enro. Ini MI line noticeil two of your joune men frleuili uho neein to illvlile their attention lietueeii Kilna ami (trace," he kalil to hl sinter. "That hrlKht fellow, Itoy Illake, U mi exact counil terpart of Killing In !il llRht, uay. There Is a temieriiuii lileml there that MieeitH iferfect linrmony ni to tnotri anil MenK" "Ami what ilo you think nf hli ralher n'rloin oppiwltoj" "Slilney .Morton U for (Jrace," ih". clareil Mr. .Martin. "Io jou know. Kmlly, I think one-hal- f of the trouble II nice ll Hint people do not with her; therefore he doe not meet ulth Hint ntlrntlon ami h niia-thit man like .Mr. Morton I likely to nunrd. They mate very prettily, this qunrtette." ISuilneki kept Mr, Martin from i inns Hyacinth Ixlue for nearly three months after that. The uann erect-Iti- lt he rocchcil from Ids ilaiiKhteri, ' hnweer, In their mminer and looki lmllcathe of n suhtte chanire ' for the tietter. Impressed hi in. tlniv nlonn ulth hU kUter, she made the "Well, Wuldo, you huie'arrhiil Just In time to recelie Imiiortuultle from Mr, illnko and Mr. Morton." "As to tthatr" questloni'd her I brother. "Tour Function or declination of their encoirement to Kdna mid Rrace. I fancy all around they are scry much Mr. Morton Is certnlnly In earnest, deeply tn love ulth IMna and Mr. lllnke will potltlrcly he brokenhearted If J mi forbid his nttentloni to Grace." "Why J exclaimed Mr. Martin. "thlnRS are alt turned around. That won't do nt all I You know my expressed opinion " "Yes. brother," pently Interrupted Miss Martin, "but you nru nil wrong. .Now listen to nio iiud trust In my Judgment. The preferences of the jiiuiik men folloued the dictates of lore and the result (in been Mronuly As to Kdun, Mr. Morharmonious. ton' sensible seriousness seems to have toned down her natural exuber-onc- e to a most desirable balance, wbllo the solutile, sparkling, effenes-cenc- e In the naturu of (toy Illake has led Qraeo to realize tho brighter side d of life. Trust me, Kdna will bo t Into a rational leader of society, while ((race will exert her sympathetic Impulses to some practical use." "You know best," declared Mr, Martin with a gesture of surrender, and later he was sure that Kdna unci Grace kuew best, aj well. Class of Water hy physiPrescribed cians for constipation, indigestion rheumatic aiTections, liirli blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affec- Itions. Money back if J not satisfied. On prescription trom your phrll. y Cmisaal itruisttt'i. 64 Doses $1.00 .HATFIELD Dose: Tablespoonful in DENTIST Office over The Garrard Bank Phones Office S. Residence 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY M. S. J. A. tieazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence t'hone 3. Office ('hone 'SI LANCASTER, KY. ty 0 Mincnl Sprinc Co. (inrorporaira) Owenaboro, Kjr. Vnrrt Dally Thought. and feuthers the wind carries H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky- Dally Thournt. Wind ptifM up empty h'itibler; opln- fiMil. Ion", Soernte". Optimistic Thought. x Who iletM'niW another table often dines late. raan'a Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Answered Promptly Phone 317. KENTUCKY. Day or Country's Laroest Cast Msrlcae. Vew York city Is the largest nnirket in tnp united .state. Dlvr-ce. el Nigh. LANCASTER. Causes for Desertion ranks flr- -t n n rause for divorce, cruelty second, a lultery third. P i, ti "rr "t i,..j Dally Thought. brend Is very well It's the thst makes the temptation Honaker FIneJ.Cut Flowers. jcrrold. Mutu.-- I John Oblljatictu-- . M. McRoberts. "Husbands should I and tel( :t woman lwx everythlii" " Yes, and win r'.i '.i'd be gen writer. erous nnd bcllese It. their J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, GIVE ,e Cser. Almost Any r We break mnny u 1 ! 'I'si tn ourselves ulth excuse" mi '.ti.fc Hint wo would be nshamed to :."i r them to nnothcr. - KENTUCKY. ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Is the Converse True? W. A. WHEELER The Chinese hate n proverb directed ngnlust 'babbler"," for whom they DENTIST have n particular aversion. Is It -KENTUCKY. In America? 'The great LANCASTER, church bells rarely sound: the fuK Office over Stormes Drug Store. cask returns no sound." Hours 8-a.m. 1- -1 p.m. 7:30-9p.- ' enJonienl8. Effects of a Meat Diet. BOOKKEEPING The wheat-eatin- g Carl b.iglnlnns wero Buslnesa,Ponograpay no mated for the (tomans TYPEWRITING and the over-ram- e Creeks TELEGRAPHY the herlihorous (Vrilans. wbllo the beef-eater- s of Cnglnnil liavo often VfLllH n.lMlf rl t'n "rrDtll proveil their bravery. Yet the Ilrltlsd ItjPmldnthu tnilDM. army eontaliiM mi better soldiers than u) bnklo nfl WOlflstB atto 40 Tf tvjtifatloc W T"r "nrrrtnv " P.nris"w. rnan lien the Scottish nnd (rlh, to whom meat was long n luxury. cny '. TrllPrln NOTICE 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 productive, being sand stone land, the kind that brings the brightest 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 arrangements can be made. Purchaser will be given seeding privileges this fall. This farm will absolutely sell without limit or Those 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. by-bi- d. Natural Question. IWoer Is mi Inqulstlve Utile girl, I took her for n walk and One day every time we met anyone she would ns-uho It wn. We were Just pass mg r large apartment when n man drove mi In ll ear. IMher Immediate ly tiskeil; "Who Is that. Aunt Catherine Is Hint the doctor?" ( told her that It Then she said: "Who Is he going to tlx?" Chicago Tribune. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, GRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE Illustrated Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. That tired, worn-ou- t frelinir ii caused bv a n ivitrm. ou ncea an iron tome to rebuild i tinue quickly to send rich, reJ blood courting thru your body to supply the elements that have become exhausted. f3rfj!0MKiT Acid Iron Mineral is prescribed by physicians In all cases wnere a tonic ll Indicated, because it is the most powerful natural iron tonic known. Acst Uw BlWftl I. prrptrJ j tttl n4 cumri t. yav Jutf u tl twmet tr.im o.t .u.rtl nlwl.d -- 4lMlrkM.i bJ I. but b IU r.tj4 UUM, IrwS M la Stephen L. Walker. Lancaster, Ky, Route 3. Phone No. 329-CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. Y. in a few days you will notice an improvement in your health. FfStStOOINCCHCMICAL CORP. ItMaeks.VlrilaU For Sale by all Get a bottle from your drug-gi- lt today, take as direcud, and nut Iro. 4rfo.it. U MiwMifpl 4rpo,. U UM cuir. wl4 CMI.M4 with cSmlclr ruMiivelr wilt sis UJvr. 111 CfKU. Hazelwocd Sanatorium Tuberculosis Maintained by the Loulivulc Association for the adequate treatnwnt if tubertlcn culosis in all Its slices -- I ait. Rates $1S.00 per week, including board, medical attention, laundry, etc. IHch ground commanding extensive slew. Delightful surroundings. Special rates for tie. trfllMrGt It MWWT, ttmi A limfv st..r.l pwbU. tm CS.,,, tl.iWvW t--U,l M l,,kUm J IwmIm, tuihn I, For en Treatment iff l ' Drwist Cumberland Grocery Co., Junction City, Ky., Wholesale Distributors. i, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 7, 1919 I am writing a combined policy that should attract every "tobacco grower in the county. It gives you protection in the Geld against HAIL, and in the barn against FIRE, LIGHTNING, WINDSTORM AND TORNADO. This policy automatically covers your first load into the barn. For instance, if by chance you should happen to have a load in the barn and a sicrm arises with hail and" lightning, and your crop is destroyed in the field by hail and your barn is struck by lightning (this happened twice last year) burning same, you will collect for damage done by Hail as well as your load in the barn. I also wish to announce that I can now give you $200.00 an acre protection in the field against Hail. Several have asked for this and I have had to refute until today, but I have it for you now. HAIL RATES. $50.00 per Acre in field and $200. per acre in Barn for four months at $7. per acre. $100.00 per acre in field and $200.00 per acre in Barn for four months at $10.00 per acre. $200.00 per acra in field and $200.00 per acre in Barn for four months at $17.00 per acre. - i To-da- y Is.HSre! There are many of you that own Auto's but there are few of you who realize the chance you run when you are operating your Auto. A few minutes time investigating this p'rotectipn may save you many minutes of worry. Look up your old policy and see if you have enough insur- ance on your property.- - Your property is worth more now than ever before. From all' available indications it looks as if Tobacco will be as high this year, if not higher, than last, as few planted as much as last while others not any at all, so why not spend a few dollars and protect you. Policies go into effect at noon (12 o'clock) Thursday, July 10th, so act at once. Either phone, write or see me at the GARRARD BANK or KENCARLAN HOTEL. 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 aire. $200.00 per acre against Hail, with $200.00 per acre in barn for three months at $16.40 per acre. Farm Loans If you need money see me. Compare the Continental with ($10,000,000.00 Capital) the other available companies writing fire insurance. THE TREATY SOLICITORS UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE CO., Don't forget the places to find me at the Garrard Bank Will Protect you. Charley Thompson and Smiley Hill. and Trust Company, or The Kengarlan Hotel. R. THE PEDDICORD T. OBINERAL INSURANCE MAN. Famous Nam In i Llahtar Than Cork. Outclassed. Sunflower ittlk pith, which is about Wife "That Mrs. Brown must be ul gossip. I neer can tell her 'iva Mints lighter thsn cork. Is used'ln 11 life e:itni apparatus Invented by n ipyllilng but what Mie's heard It ". -- Blighty (London). ' JtuseWn. j On- Boston. '! BUCKEYE Transcript His Jnslah Qulncy, Plsneer "WhiUback." - wax dus, Sunday. or fo.- - three yearn, from 184? to ISIS, the Jlth of Jmie, JKM, the lint 1918 Mr. Raymond Kay of Nicholasvilte and he was the grandfather of the. bslebaclf" left for n njag across Jck tcre,s. Reasoning from Kittens. (Vt Atlantic The "ship uas tht s Josiali Qulncy who was mayor for was here for the week end with relTh whims if ,C ire many W. Wetmore. Blii miIIcA Void IJttle Kd nurd's tnln sisters were year, from 1890 to 181)0. atives. 'Cftarles snd curious, but for the pure nrraim Tii j 10 is cotton crop, lint mid four jfftilutl) for Liverpool with a cargo of commend us to tbe ItrltMi sailor who being chrlsleneil. All went nell until Mi. and Mrs. Edd Dallcy and Mr. lied, was worth 2,0tiT,000,000 to Kduard saw Die la the font Srsln. requested and Mrs. Dan Kay ivcie In Broilliead on- - li libis executors to pay his wife.- Then he aiixloiiKly water to Ms mothtl.e producer!. ( This is about thrvu turned sc. wherewllh to liny base!Sui.day. r Knew What ... ti.ots the vj'ti't of the cotton crop of t. niil. as she had nhrajs preferred er and exclaimed; "Ma, which one art Washington Occasional flashes-o- f 'My three year old Ih, you going to keepf Blighty (tenMi. M.d Mrs. Hubert Carter nftS cracking nuts tit mending his stock all HI I and i twdv the value of the on leaving Jv -- irty speak cr..; ut 13 1., which hal the higlictt humor lighten the seriousness of the sen Billy, were recent visitors of Mr ings. s the others don). league of nations battle. Here I senate i to their hostess, vl:i n hi turn j'-:of record. The computation and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Is I rtuip he looked up v li'u u innt en- - h.u just been made, at the close of are three stories the league debute I Mr. and Mrs. Henley Whittaker of Where Seagulle Roost Old Tradition Csplodtd. casing smile and mild. -- I.'.iwift wi responsible for. Seagulls do not alusts nui mn ilu tl v cotton yuir, by the United States Again that old "tuff about "giants In ' Kirksville were visitors Sunday of had a terrible time?" lit. hange. liter, as liermitis fmiilllar ulil. il,u Senator Williams, Miss., was ex those ilajs has been rudely punched IK'rartment .if As"Vultuio. Burc.n league cov Mr. ami Mrs. W. II. Gulley. out by the inn-euvisitors lnsllng Jiliuvs say that tliousiinds of gulls cf Crop Estin.uici. based on avenr.-- e plaining; that though the I for Eltctrie Pan In Closet roo.t In trees on Big Duck, Utile Mrs. J. K. Kdwards and suits of Dr. and iinnt mi not nil th United states ariunr worn by doughty Duck n electric, fan has not fulfilled all n.i Fithly price i received by growers desired, lllld Old Msn Islands In Mslnn it was all we could under the j little daughters were visitors of Mr. knights In the "flftis'iis. One nf our tits obligation when It has cooled jour "I on monllile marketings. recently. regular doughboys nf avernge proxir-lion- s mill not onlr riMi.t In irm l.ni and Mrs. Forest Curtis circumstances. 'house. Set It revolving In n dark, air-lecannot get his arms Into the In lliem as well. The same Is true of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee nd Mr. "Which .reminds me of my little1 many oilier InIhiuIs ulonr-- Mi.. r.i. clnaet; It will bring In Its wake girls", he said. "One had straight Stillwell of Bryantsville were guests leg pieces, and the averaice schoolboy rmt The gulls of Boston ,vntllatlon. If the door It left open harbor and tfie hemp break-- . hMr, While the other had curly hair. I Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. of the present iln) would llnd Hie It seems that all of during the procw.. In addition It will nave sirtlcular nisiiig suit" limsuiifiirlnbly tight. Florida in. ing machinery used in the fields has The struight-h'aire- d one was envious Mr, ar.J .Mm. OUis Kay Bocio und Times-Unioplaces on the water. siiosscsg the mollis. Leen more or less a failure, but hemp! 0f her sister's ringlets, and often used ljtt'n daughter, we-- c? guests Sunday breaking plants at central potnta'.haAH) to grumble because her own tresses of Mr and Mrs. Linxy Ray anil d Dims nun Brains. ' very successful Jotfv in-- Vt-- j refused to curl. ( Naturalists have arrived at the con- iy n that the brain n Mrd la large cansm nnd Indiana, in deicrthlfig "One day the curly haired one was Mi Me Mj,ei relurnc, to ,n proportion to the bod-- . If It Is ad- these centutl plants the bulletin ha: grumbling about some fancied hard-;h- tr home ,n Lousvillc Sunjuy Bftcr Intelligence depends upon the fo'hwin,r to My:1"' '! mitted JhatVh.pand her sister rebuked her thus: J)everal monilh stuy with l.cr MrenU, H weight of brain, then the goldfinch " lieicp bi caking plant capaobi of " 'Well, you know, you can't have Mf 3,j Mrg- - . c jIlIt iiliKt be placed at the top of the list breakira I." 00U pounds of hemp fibt-cvirythlm ANO curly hair." nf birds; the brain weighs A series of . meetings is being con- ier day, requires an investment of And Senator Knox, shaking his! . ,, , ft&nth of Its whole body. from $25,000 to $150,000 ami should herfd over glowinK prediction, of the! ''uctc1 0org,town. Kvery body Invited to be located in th? center pf a .hejnp-produci- way the United States is to lift weak! m- - Bnd 8:30 I Advantage of Travel. area where the fields are nation, from their lowly condition,, tttt",,, "vic,;' nt 11 ! a great educator und o within a radius of 15 miles of the said: Travel Js (noticed in t(ie conversation at lunch, plant. The plant Is constructed with RAY. me think- "That fin yesterday that a little dab of unipie storage space for a supply of drunkard makeswas lying in theof the who gutter, Last Friday evening, August 1, the warped-ove- r codfish, 'nlect-- out with hemp stalks, a dry kiln for condition- unable to rise. Nobody paid any at-- , death angels came Into the home of !on egg to make If somen hei-- near feaoufh, had become russcrolettu nf ing the hemp for breaking, a ma. tention to him until another, not Mr. Harrison Ray and claimed us Newfoundland cpd aux oeufs. Ohio chine room and u storage house for quite so drunken, came along, and their victim, his wife. Mrs. Kay was baled fiber. The machinery coniists asked what was the matter. Mtte Journal. 07 years old, and had been suffering of n hemp brake of umple strength "I can't get up said the recumbent ' for the past three months with drop- - J scutchers, one. sy, which caused her death. She was j ' mid capacity und power Chines tove Horses. v " 'I'll pick you up', volunteered the known before her marriage as Miss I balers, conveyers and other minor i.Chlna Is one of the last of the ' oQlie jjorld to "adopt and enjoy machinery, all of which are protected nthnr. nm, mlttm th hdlnn tn v I Kumili Mitmhv. In hep vounir life "ths ,mo(prcat. Indeed,the j from wind und weather, two of the ' word, he tugged and pulled, but sue-- 1 she united with the Christian church j tire'Cblitese shrink from anything that ! greatest hlndrunces to open air power reeded only in topling over himself. nt Scotts Fork, from that time on she heetp's.'lo cast any aspersions upon Power is furnished' "Tell v.m fVUnrl (., t,l (Inntl,. I l,,l K.n fnllhful tn her master and horses, for equluea have played a hlg i by steam produced by using purt of' 'I can't get you up, but here is what I; stated many times before here death J In trailltlou, bl.tory mid the life i the hurds for fuel. With this enu ir.'ivlll .InI'll II. Jnmn win. that she was ready snd prepared to f tUnt mvhtnri'dMrf Itin.l l.i 11. L..u ment hemp fiber of very high quality , Senator Swanson was discussing meet her Master, Jesus Christ. She is secured and the dangers of over-(whwill happen to those Senators leaves to mourn her loss a husband, j Powerful Nitroglycerin. son and daughter, Mr. Dsn Ray of The greater part of the world's out- retting are thus done away with by i who oppose the league, the ability of power breakers to break "They will fare like the plowboy", this place and Mrs. Pan Doolin of, put of glycerin It used for nitroglycsaid Swsnson. "He was plowing his Bryantsville and a number of relaerin, prepared by the action of a mlv I out hemp of any degree of retting tura of nitric and sulphuric acids na i A plant of the type described tbove field wnen an Inquisitive passerby tives and friends. Sh was laid to jclycerln, which forms the chief In-- 1 would solve the labor problem for asked him how much wages lio rest In the cemetery her on Satur gredleot of rasoy modem high expl- the growers of hemp. At, the sime H day August 2.1 Tho deepest i sym-- 1 f and smokeless powders, used, for time It would produce a standard boy" !, osive I don't pathy of this community goes out to I Ll'i'W. gvV said th JSillltsry, inlnlug and agriculture,! pur- -' of ' very much higher quality so Kl no wages. Ifgetnqthin' if I do, the husbaad snd loved ones in their BRYANTSVILLE, KY. 'posea. 'j that a (table could be secured. ' and hell if I don't." hour of loss and trouble. Cotton Crop Worth $2,067,000,000. Three Jnslsh Qulncys hare Ailed the I Messrs It. W. Sanders and Herbert office" of major of Ihwlon. The first Whlttaker were in Richmond Friday Toslnh Qulncjr to become major served sit years, from 182! to lffJS, later beMiss Irent Bradshaw was the at coming president of Harvard college. tractive visitor of Miss Bemas Broad mayon, Jr- But Wtied Run tht ShlpJ Times IVrvmal James A.: I'lease understand that were we the last two persons on earth and I foand myself on the Mine nmtlmnt that contained you. I should emigrate. Boston Kftftlng Silver Bright. When the llvcruare has bernms badly tarulihed put It lu.nn aluminum dish, cover with wnter and Ml for a short time, sail It will ou,ie nut bright Dtj rleap. The aliiin'iimn dl-- li will b lbtly discolored nftrr ibN pnicets, hu It may be easily Hrnr,, Senatorial Humor. '.Uss Field Machines Fail! ,,; flV&RY and MOGUL p 'art .,. WAGONS Kinds Farming All of Implements. NIoahT Marsee, Jr. I ... ' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 7, 1919 1 I A. Is spending Mr. Mussclwhlle of Duller Georgia, Mrs. U Brown was the recent guest several days In Lancas-tc- r. of her son Mr. Richard Drown. .Mr. nml Mrs. .Misses Mltio Mae Spratt, ami Jack Hayden of InLcnchnn, of Cincinnati, arc the arc visiting Lancaster guests of Miss Lucille Spratt. n dianapolis, REGARDLESS OF COST. Mens, Boys, Ladles, Misses and Chlldrens White Canvas 1 relatives. .Mr. M.llrr .Mrnler. h.m been v.sl'inu, I of Nashville, and f I lends from Mr. It. T. Sprntt mctored Louisville on Monday and was the relatives guest of his uncle, Mr. J. F. Spratt. TO THE PUBLIC Dr. M. S. Hatfield announces thai he has installed an I I SHOES and OXFORDS I ft Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. .Miss Delia Itiee Hughes is visiting Capt. Collivcr Dawes has arrived I m .!. M. Frr.i will entertain Fri. her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Aeey in Stanfrom oversens and Is with his parents, ,lav flornoon from r, to ford. o'clock nt nr. ami .Mrs. i. urynnts- - the homc o( hcr partnl5, Mr. nn i.iwes in Mr. Kobert Tomlinson has Seen v'"e- (Joe Ilurnslde, on Richmond avenue. JL (Visiting relatives In Lexington ami Miir Thelinn Wright, who is the In honor of Mrs. Allie Walker Fox, of Danville. I guest of Mi Klurince Jonhson, will Texns. ' A Brill Mtntion ol th Comlnu Mrs. S. D. Cochran has returned leave Sunday foi Iji- - hcn.e 'n Coir ji by Thot, Wi Arc Interested MUs Cora Neil Arnold and her from a weeks stay at Crab Orchard , bruther, J. Carl, of Columbia, S. C, Spring grand-motheMrs. Mr. ami Mrs. Robert K. Hughes nnd are visiting their Mist Etta Knitlconer was the quest; road. Mrs. J II Hn.uiltoii and Miss Cora daughter, Miss Margaret, of Louis- Joe Arnold on the Danville cf Miss Cora Ilryant Friday night. ( Roup were ehoppers in Danville,1 ville, are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. They have as thrir guest Mr. Swortz, also of Columbia, who will remain for T. Logan. her Tucrdny. Miss Sallle Elam is visiting a few weeks. sister, Mrs, Albert Owens, at Quick- -' Miss Lizzie Ileitis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Miller have resand, Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. Maurice Thomp'tn, in turned from n visit to their daughter, her sister, Mrs. Jesse Arnold Mrs. Robert Hughes and Mr. Hughes and little son, Stewart, have rctun-c- d Miss Elizabeth Miner of Frankfort, Frankfort. to their home In Missouri after has hern the charming guest of Miss MiM Corn C. Rnop of Carternvillr, in Louisville. sevend months stay with friends and riorencr'Aclon, on Lexington avenue. has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. .Mr Collins Harmon, who has been relatives ill Kentucky. They were the guest of Miss Sue Shelby Mason, necomf anii'd homc by his mother, Ml and Mrs. Sam Long and family J. II. Hamilton. home in Mrs. Allie Thompson. an I Mr anil Mrs. T. Pcllard spent Mr. and Mrs. H?rt I!rnyfleld and returned Monday to his Sunday with W. (5 Clark and family.' d.nii-htc- r, Marjory, are guests cf rel- Hilisboro, Ohio. Mrs W. R. Cook, Miss Helen Kliza-bet- h ' Mr. and Mrs. Homer Chestnut and .Mr. and Mm. Homer Chestnut en- - atives in Carlisle. Sprngue, Miss Margaret Cook tertainrd several in honor of Miss Mr. J. C Hcnr.ihill. Jr.. of Cliiraico. their visitor. Miss Griffith, were the and Miss Kliznbcth 1'iUier, will leave Mrs. W. R Anna Griffith of Hurra, Thursday lis expected soon for a visit to rela j guests, Sunday, of Misses Permelia for Louisville Friday. and F.ttn Robinson. Cook will be the guest of Mrs. Ernest 'vnlne tives In Uincastcr. Srague, while Miss Cook will attend Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and little Miss Margaret Cook and gut-si- . M r- -. Jack Casey has joined lier it em'ping paity on the Ohio liver Miss Elizabeth t'llcher attended a hu'band, Lieut. Casey, In Washing- daughter, Dorothy, of Danville, arc gien by Mr Gerald Pilchcr. guests of her mother, Mrs. Wilkinson Uirge party on Kentucky liver Tues- ton City, for a .visit. on Maple Avenue. Mr. Vernon Lnngliy and wife, and day evening. Mr. Raymond linseldcn nnd famlittle son. Joe, of nioomington, Ill. ho Miss Hello Henderson, Miss Sallie Lou Clark and brother ily are spending several weeks at hs inois, are visitors of Mrs. J. R. Lang-le- y been the guest of Mist Llla Dunn in James Turner, were recent visitor! Crab Orchard Springs. ami Mrs. Hugh Mobley, on DanDanville letu.ned Thuida to her ville street. They are having n little of their cousin, Karl Clark, on the C D Strothcr and baby have hiniu in Paint I.lik. Mrs. Lexington pike. family reunion. It had been more returned from a weeks visit with relMrs. Alexander Kennedy, .Mr. and than two years since all the family Messrs Pennington Camp anil .'o! atives in Campbi-llsville- . Mrs. . Hanks Hudson nnd daughter. were together. It is a pleasant reWalsh, of Louisville, spent the week end with Mr. Walsh's sister, Mrs. Mrs. Fisncr Caines ami son, Rob- Miss Porter, of Danville, were visitors union too. Harry Tomlinson. ert Currey, of Danville, have been re- in laincaster, Sunday. One of the most enjoyable ev;r.U cent visitors in Ijincnst.'r. Mr. Robinson Cook, Miss Margaret of the season was a lawn fete given Miss Jennie Lee McCarty, of Louison last Wednesday evening by Mr. guest of her ville, is the week-enMis Helyn Young, of Panama, who Cook and guest. Miss Klizabeth attended the dance at Graham nnd Mrs. Melvin Parson, at their cousins. Misses Dora and Callic Scott has been visiting hcr aunt, Mrs. Florbeautiful country home on the Poor Springs Friday evening. on the Lexington road. ence ("rant, has rtturned home. Ridge pike, in henor of their cousin, Mr. Paul Miller, wife ami two lit- Corporal T. K. Price, who has Just reMr. It. Zimmer left last Monday Mr. Thoirns McGinnie. wl.o has tle sons, of Annapclis. Md., nrc gucnts morning for St, Joseph, Mich., to join Just returned from a yenr overseas, ir of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. W. turned from active service overseas. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speith, who are The lawn was beautifully decorated with his relatives in liarran! county. Miller, on Danville avenue. spending the summer there. with Japcnesc lanterns and rustic Delicious refreshments were Mrs. Joe Francis and Miss Mary Mrs. Adn Kinnaird. uhn has been seats. .Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark ami son, buying trending severnl weeks with Dr. Arnold arc in Cincinnati and tirved to about fS guests. Ward, Mr and Mrs Itobert Ward goods Karl for Mrs. Francis' millinery par Mrs. J. 11. Kinnaird, left today for her Miss Mary Mne Walker was hostess and children, and Miss Marie Led-for- d lor. home in Atlanta. Georgia. Harrodsburg Fair attendeil the at a breakfast nnd tennis party on PrMny. Mrs. Georgia I.usk has relumed Miss Margaret Fuulconcr, who has Tuesday morning at hcr home near Lancaster in honor of her house- from n viit to the family of her been the guest of hcr grand-motheMiss Annie llerndon who has been brother, Mr. I'aul Miller in AnnapMrs. Rose Mason, returned Monday guests. Misses May Ksther Shncck and making her homo in Washington City olis. Gertrude Wallace, of Mt. Carmel, HI. to her home in Hilisboro, Ohio. for the past two months is hcn the The affair was most delightful. Th; Misses Helen Culley and Helen guest of her father, Capt. William Misses Lillian and Kulalah Mont- guests were: Misses Charlie Elmore, Elizabeth Spraguc spent the week- gomery were the guests Wednesday Margaret Cook, Florence llerndon. Johnson, end with Miss Ruth Ross at I'aint night of Misses Permelia and Ktta Edna B;r'ele and Elizabeth Pilchcr, Mr. Hreck Crow, who has lived in Lick. Robinson, on the Danville road. Messrs Bowman Grant, James Woods, Southern Texas for the past twj Cabell Arnold nnd Edwin Winker. Mr. Fleece Robinson, of Danville, Mrs. Adolph Joseph and little veati ranr.c in last Monday and wi'l rrent the week end with Mr. Gnylc daughter, Doris Rose, have returned spend a few .weeks here visiting On Saturday evening Miss Mamie Lena from n months visit to her parents, Stormes Dunn entertained with one Doty, at the home of Mis end old friends. Bright. Mr. nml Mrs. Clarence, Boner, in of the charming affair of the sumMiss Annie Margaret Elkin, who mer season, a dinner pnrty in horcr Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Weyman, of Louisville. has been in Washington City for the of Miss Thclnm Wright, of past six months, is visiting relatives Nicholasville, have been recent-guest- s Mrs. Victor Lear was called TuesThe home win artistically here and taking a month's vacation of Mr. nml Mrs. Taylor, on Richmond day to the bedside of her daughter, A dede orated for the occasion itvenus. before returning to her work. Mrs. Mae Wilklns, who is quite ill nt licious mci'i; was served. The guests the Ruthcrforton Hospital, at Ruther-forton- , Mrs. W. O. Goodloe left Wednes-da- y were Minos Theimn Wright, Chsi.'ic Mr. and Mrs. James Durham and N. C. for Asheville N, C, where she Edim Ber-kel- e Elnore.I'lorence Johnt-jn- , son, Noah Marshall, Miss Margaret ai d M"rsre Ashley Sv.'ope, Hilly Masters 11. V nnd Charles Rastin Crouslmrn and Mr. A. II. Croushorn will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. nnd little Miss Marjory Bnstin spent Swope, Glass Carrier, Harry Rainey, of llryantsville, motored to Frank- Ramsey, nnd IV'iii.n 'ton Cnmp of I.ouisvit.e. fort last Saturday and spent the day. Josephine and Marjory Bal- - the past week in Nicholasville with Minos their aunt, Mrs. Charles Denmun and lou, who have been vUiting The passing of tho nintieth mileDr Charles Zimmer and son, Charrelatives have returned to their home Mr. Denman. stone was made very enjoyable for les, Jr., camo over from Lexington in Stanfoid. Mrs. Bid Robinson nnd Miss Helen Mr. Thomas Anderson, the Jilt of nnd spent Saturday night and SunJul when Ins relatives gathered at day with Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Zimmer. Prof. 1'. II. Hopkins, after spend- Robinson, left Saturday for Coluir-bu- s, the hospitable home of his daughter-in-laMlfsitsippl, where they will Charles .Ir, remained for n lonirer ing three weeks vacation with his parMrs. Pattic Anderson, to cele-bruvisit. ents at Albany, Ky., has returned to spend several weeks with Mr. and A with u surprise occasion. Mrs. Robert Henry. Lancaster. sumptuous dinner was a pleasant Mr. and Mrs. Am Bourne, Misses Mrs. Floyd McCarty, of Louisville, Mr. I'.nckvtell Smith and Mis. feature. All of his nephews nnd Mary Kins Sutton, Ida Mao nnd s and great Maud Bourne were guests of Mr. and who was operated on at the Danville Mary Vincent Fulton will Join u par- neices, and three grand-childreMrs. Nelson Marscc the latter part of Hospital, was able to bo moved to the ty fro'n latncastcr tcdny und tpend neices, raping on tho Cumberland, making twenty guests present. May the week and attended tho Hnrrods-ttr- g home of hcr parents, .Mr. nnd Mrs. It. i wecr. this splendid gentleman live to en K. Conn, In this city. Dartville Advocate, Fair. joy many more of these happy events. Miss Marg.uet Cook, Miss Eliza- it. the wish of his friends. beth Pilchcr, Messrs Robinson Cook, 3Z 3Z DC Mr, Carl R. Bowling, son of Mr. Burton Stapp nid Cnarles Cecil, of Bowling, of Paint Danville attended a dance in Shelby-vill- a ami Mrs. A. T. Lick, this county has returned homc. Wrdnesti:.y evening. Young Bowling was in the Sixth InMr. and Mrs. Sam Coldenburg and fantry and belonged to the Fifth to do nd am baby, Victory, who have been guests Army Division. He was in tho great I Just optnsd up a Nsw Carai of Mrs. Goldenburg's parents, Mr. drive from Verdun across tho river all kinds of Auto Work and maksi any adjustmsnt your car my end Mrs. D. Culley, returned to their Mcuse and through Argonne Forest. home in Nantx, Mississippi, Tuesday, He was one of the lucky fellows who Phons 22. nod. Clvsi ma a call and b. convinced. came out without a scratch. Young At Spring Cottage, Mr, and Mrs. Bowling was a wireless operator and J, G. Burnside have as their guests, had many close calls. At one time Misses Anne Catherine Arnold and he and seven others were moving a Mary Privett, of Birmingham, Ala. radio set when a shell exploded nearPropri.lor, S. W. HALCOMB, They have just returned from a de- by, killing live and wounding1 one of lightful camping party at Slate Lick the little party, leaving only himself K.ntucky. BryanttvilU, Springs, composed mostly of Rich- and one other unhurt. Ills many I mond young people. friends are welcoming him back. Hughes N'otand and .Mrs. .May Master Jen Dunn, of Lexington, is daughter, Miss Nellie, returned his grand-parentMr. anil from Chautauima, N. Y., after .Mrs I), Gulley. a stay tl.cr of one month. (!) Hiss KcleceJ SiUr has relumed nml Misses Margaret. Josephine from .Miir'ttt'un nfti n visit to Miss Jennie Wnrrai nnd Mr. Ashby War1:1 M.irgnrcr. Doty. ren spent hurt Sunday with Mr. J. M. . i Mr. nnd Mrs. Saufley Hughes and Duncan nnd Mis J nnle DuntMi (!) son, Saufley Jr., have been recent visMr. nnd Mrs. Miley Walker and itors In Taint Lick. daughters. Misses Marie and Haxcl, Misses Ruth and Louise Taylor Mr Cecil Wnlkcr and Mrs. Lizzie jwerc in Harrodsburg last Friday v, aIkcr jpcnt last wec)i m LnKrI,n(rc where they nttended the fair. an,i I,0uisillc. ) visiting Gossip About .. j. and is now prepared to handle any cases that may be referred to him. Office over Garrard Bank & Trust Co. dle, of Norfolk, Vn., Mrs. Georse McRobcrts of Covington, Miss Annie Miss llerndon of Washington D. Mn'or Jack Casey, who has done Lilly Grant, cf Norfolk, Va., C, T. Mrs. valiant service oversees, has joined J. Price, Mrs John M. Farm, .Mrs. W. his wife here. Major Casey is lookR. Cook, Mrs. J. S Gilbert, Mrs Clay ing the picture of health and his " Sftton and Miss Joan Mount. friends are happy to sec him. Mr. Gowcn Bourne arrived home Mr. Ed Holtzclaw, after a year or Quincy, Mass., more spent overseas, in the service of last evening from the United States Army has returned where he has been stationed for some homo and joined his parents, Mr. and time. Mr. Bourne enlisted in tl.o Mrs. John HoltxJaw neni Gilbetts Navy June 26, 1918 nnd after two months' training at Great Lakes vf Cuck. sent to Quincy, Mass., where he wai Hughes, assistant Cost Inspector of SubmaMr. and Mrs. Saufley Gill end rines and Destroyers. At the time nt Misics Helen rnci Martha Mrs. Rockwell Smith of Danvilh are Mr. Bourne's enlistment in the navy recuperating at Cumberland Falls. he was t 'cretary to Judge Clay, ComThey left last Monday for a stay of missioner of the Court of Appeals. two weeks. Whib in Massachusetts, Gowen met Mrs. Ethyl Sherman Sheehan, grandreMr. and Mrs. James Gooch are daughter of General Sherman, whom joicing with their friends over the ar- he murried February 8, 1919. Mr. rival of n handsome boy, christened Bourne, together with Mrs. Bow no "John Lilburn". The young man ar- and fvo attractive little daughter, rived July SOth, and hopes to make Helen and Dorothy Sheehan arc w'th his stay indefinite. Mr. Bourne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bourne on the Shakertown pike, Mrs. John Baughman gave an ele-gn- nt we are glad to state that they will dining at her home in Danville and remain in our midst for awhile. this week in honor of Mrs. Allie WalDanville Advocate. ker Fox, of Wichita Falls, Mrs. Geo. McRobcrts of Covington and other friends of this city and county. As to Shaving. M'hen It comes to shaving, we have Mrj. William H. Collitr, ofter a thi- - word nf I'llny for It that Selpln visit to hcr sisters, Mrs. Joe Robin-c- n Afrlcaim vn the first man who ever nnd Mrs. R. L. Elkin, joined hcr slniMil iveryday. Whether Mr. Afrhusband at Louisville, yesterday, icans shaved himself or was shaved from which place they leave oday by ii binder. I'l'ny dics not wiy.'but It iiiny be gntlicrii! from certain remark for their home at Cleveland Ohio. of Tnlh j mnd that thl U an Important point In any ::im' hnlilts. Akel If The following announcement has been received by friends ncre, where XniKiIemi cut "ii iui whll;er, tho replied: grint Trench Mtesraan tho groom is so well known and where "Yex. Oiii- kirn to be n king ha he spent four yenrs of Ms childhood. rcmiciitif to slum) him. but they who Ho is he oldest ?on of Rev. and Mrs. acquire l:.'ngi!oi ..i !iao theniMhe. A. R. Moore, who had charge of the Christian church here, being succeedFigures of Speech. The aned by Rev. F. M. Tinder. An old Indy, after returning from a1 nouncement reads: "Dr. ami Mrs. Daniel Sidney Clanton iMt In "Ihe zoi" announced that xhe the marriage of their "always) did enjoy a visit to Hie Theo announce logical Gardens." A servant girl, dedaughter, explainscribing her master's lllnt-s- , Allene i ed Hint Ihe "doctors held n cnnila-Ho- n to nml found Unit It va sonieihln? Rev. James Anderson Moore, eternal," and a lady recently remarknineteen hundred and nineteen. ed Hint when slio wax In Italy he.r Hagan, Georgia. "'iw ninny penili In the giirluige ofj(, I k with torivilx mi the head." At homc after August third, Griffin, Ga." The following handsome engraved MICKIE SAYS announcements have been received by friends of Mr. Ashbrook Frank, -' ILSSlttt tk BUSINESS MM having spent most of his younger NUVs CJC1 HI OOMT tVEUtSt IN days in this city, where he is so well MNEa-TlSINViUt Ht tklWANS remembered nnd liked: CITS UNCMS NVstX HIS Mr. and Mrs. William Snckett lc.OSAOf.TVTO. SYMlT COIN' f have the honour of k the marriage of their announcing Little Miss Elsie and Master Ernest Hatfield, have returned after a delightful vacation with their grandparents, .Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Walter, at Kevlto, Ky. Kathryn Conn Tinsley, of New York City Mrs. Bradford Jennings, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mrs. Butkner Spin- s' . daughter, Knthryn IF YOU'RE FUSS" to Mr. Ashbrook Carroll Frank on Saturday the second of August One thousand nire hurdred and nine- "5j teen. Louisville, Kentucky. Will be at home after September the Irtt, dOO West One Hundred and thirteenth Street In the City of New York. Miss Alberta Anderson was the hostess at a pretty morning' bridge party Wednesday at her home on Richmond avenue In honor of Mrs. Henry Lloyd of Lexington and Mrs. Ball, of Maysville. Anna Frf.zee There were four tables of bridge and a delicious salad course was served. Those present were: Mrs. Henry Lloyd of Lexington, Mrs. Anna Fra-ze- e Ball, of Maysville, Mrs. Allie Walker Fox, of Texas, Mrs. John L. Anderson, of Washington D, C, Mrs. jSri ABOUT IKT US- - NEW CAR ACE h. rdy Bryantsville Garage. " " " " , cam The Central Rocord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 7 1919. NOTICE August is the month to assess your property, so do not put off till I GRASSHOPPER IS i l00B FOR FEED to I When Dried They Can Be Fed Poultry Flock With Other Foods During Winter. DIXIE Come on to my INSECTS HIGH IH PROTEIN office and list your property NOW. Remember the time is limited by law. YnnrR Respectfully, j Polioned Dalt Recommended Consists of Bran or Sawdust Mads Tatty and Attractlvr by Addition of Molasses and Fruit. (Prepared by the T'r.tM States Depart-- ! mcnt of AsT.cuIturs.) urn ki n' I'l" r oihsi- - uirir n)r penranee moy ran ih ueitniytM uy mo ' GARAGE FOR j .............. t A. T. SCOTT County Tax Commissioner of Garrard County. i.iTVflirK - II. C.Wood, motored to Cincinnati Btassfield. were the guests of her don nni fam. Thoj , ' , from fcaturdaj until Mondaj. M.mta. Jim Ruckcr with the home-folk- .ir. ' ' spent the week ""i"' """v ,,. ,.i,rm.,l I, ..;., ?iu . i Quiteafevareonjoyinjrthesvim-" ming at Wallace', M,U. of -Mr n i l thin week to L ,. Misses Margaret and Kutn llign-.I..,?. c....n., n liirhmnn. Vn.. who , land have rcturr.eu 10 ans. to irgmia them wi chal,t.rclle Mr. U. H. Ledford is in Cincinnati ueac,. Ohio this week purchasing fall Soo.l. BerynBn ( I!raM. Mr. Newt Todd and wife spent the js 0TfaniA M thl. Christian week end with his mother, Mrs. "Sur,.), during the series of meetinc Todd. iaRlj ia t)le KUest 0f her brother, Mr. Mrs. Charlie Graves spent Monday) Thomas Locvlon and Mrs. London. nipht with her ilauRhtcr, Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. - 11. I.edford enterConn. tained the following nt dinner Sun-daMisses Bessie and Edna Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Millard of Emanuel, are the guests of Mrs. J.i and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Folay. of near Ijnc-ste- r. Wanl and fan-.il- ) Mrs. B. B. Montgomery had as her guests this week, the Misses Deather-c-;- Out of Sight. r li of Richmond. If thero eer was h 3Irs. R. G. Woods and children left nmt liap retired from tiulness. hursday for a visit to her mother at Clilmo New?. lull. Olympia Springs. The poison should be thoroughly The wuter, mixed with the bran. returned Mrs. H. J. Tatrick ha lindanes and finely chopped fruit or from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Krisbie extract are then inlxeil and added. in Bloomington, Ind. The mixture hhould be wrt m that It Mrs. W. F. Parks has returned moldi In the hands but l not "oppy." The hjH liould lie scattered broadmt from Cincinnati where she purchased BT'llie rate ofleien to ten MiundH to a nice line of fall hats. .the acre, applications being made In Hero Is a messac.9 to Miss Hoy Kucker sang a solo at the iMJll the early morning. suffering women, from night Tuesday Christian church In clover or alfalfa much material Mrs. W. T. Price, or a hich was enjoyed by all. and lalHir can be mived by Unit cut "I Public, Ky.: ting around the Held until there re with painful...", !.!r. and Mrs. Riddell of Kingston she writes. "I got down tere the guests of their son Mr. J. A. with a weakness In my Riddell and family Sunday. Lack and limbs. ..I felt helpless and disMr. Earnest Moody and family and couraged...! had about Mrs. D. W. White and children were given up holies ot ever visitors in Kingston Tuesday being well again, when friend Insisted t Frionds of Miss Edna UmUrwood will be glad to know she was note to be brought home last Saturday Mrs. Frances Walker arrived Wednesday from Eminence to visit her son, Robert J., Walker and Mrs. Wal- , niter a tew tiays visit wun ni sisn-ran tUoir Lmn in Vnrt Wavnc. Intl.. ..ul(, there I ntmlliiT way of getting rid of , griKmopper twit mane me pest, pay fur the trouble of killing or catching them. Tht method conlt of ilrlv. Ins n Knili"i'r ratcher throtisli nn Infested field, catching nit tin grtis-- 1 hopper Hint hop. nnil then feeding tht" lncct to chicken. They can he dumpiil Into sack mill liuiu up to ilry or If It unit fed n dry l preferred to fe d the grahuppers alive, the machine run ho hnul.il to the poultry junl nnil placed o tlut the , IIl( ,ullt. Tu. front f roo out wiii nun ineir ,i ..'i. ...nut not T...- u uii' KniimpiMT cairiter huwiui poultry ot Krowhnpppr shown An pndn n.l " 1" ion pxxi inichen . wen. ir it Known -. lire iie,r: iiimuiinr mm tnicsenwhen lncct are n part .if their ra- tlon. nnil grahoprM'r when dried can be ued with other feed during the winter. Maks-Uof Poisoned Dalt. The poNnm-i- l halt recommended con-l- t of limn or aiidift made tnty .. iitnl attractive by the addition of mid fruit and troat'il with nn fonu-ul- a nrMMllnil pnlm. The following l recoiimiiniltfl Ilran (half and half bran and hardwood saudiiM. or wiwilut alone), i' pounds; purls gnvn or crude arenUtu oxide. 1 pound, or white arenle, 14 (cheap feedlns pound'; molasses grade), 2 quarti; lemon, bananas or oranges, 0 fruit., or 1 ounce of cheap lemon extract; water, about 2 to 4 sal- - ,,,-,- . ..,.,,-- ,. SERVICE OPEN DAY AND ,.,, uu NIGHT. nn.l lbw Tires and Tubes Oils, Gas and Accessories Call Phone 45 for quickest service and best workmen in town. Reasonable rates on storage. I Women! ll Dodge Brothers Service Station. i ' No Need for Flag to Sag. a flag dlt-ptaA dot lee that preti-n- t on a horizontal m)o from h ' coming tmiRteil dt'Tlliil In the i Popular It I a Srlenct Mai;nxlii. Silt Season f c Auctioneers bids. IloKtoi ned, y of re- - Had the Right Idea. A Juanlta and Charle were eating wire rod that extends along part of one morning they both flag, to which breskfant tin Inner iili;e of the It li held In place hy u clip at each nkil at the same moment for the helping. Hating taucht end. For large tl.ign a hook pai.es wniid tlirmuli one of the eyelet of the flag. Cluirli' that Ida ltrr must l waited snlil, "Will, ladle first on llrt, he CiUh China's Administrative City. and man next." ndmln-Mfitlv- c Ciinon Is the ihlcf 'hlnve Too High to Lend. Oh, far an Accident. city of South and cnnmn-rcla- l Our neighbor, who ha n great habit dlptonintl.lM Sum to achleo of borrowlnc, Cli'iia, It la situated Inland from nier one nflertiiMin success simply by in lnllc tiy water and 112 great letting matter take sitting tight to Iwirrow some baking miler and I ker. und their own told her I had none. In the course of IiiII.-- h by rail, and Is limited In the ferQratthoppers Can Be Captured In This Miss Ray Itucker who has been the tile Clinton delta country. In which oiirie. something after the manner of coiiver:illoii she mentioned the high Portable Cage. charming guest of Miss Chastine ' "orm-rcitin W't. North nnil Kat rl - the Arkansas fanner who retired lu price of baking powder, when tny Woman's Tcnlc The Kucker returned to her home Wed, ,,, e)jKv . mains u uniall central uncut area where I tr. In foreign trade Canton rank insgilsi. sajing lie iMieve.i ne coum ,, h,,r MM,k . , nesday. ,M w ill have gathered ! third milling Chinese ixirt. le'lng cx- - make more money by accident thanlr,.ry the grasshopper ,llc, tiwy I besan Cardal. In I ,,, flir n.ui.i i, iiiiiiiuiii. ....U..1 v.ii7 lbar (n and may be quickly and cheaply de- -, ivdnt In volume by Shanghai ami ( ul. I Mrs. R. T. Baker and little daugha Ehort while I saw a Finr. morning." llxi hange. Ktroyed ny the ikihiiiicii Milt. II ineinalren. marked difference... ter from Detroit arrived Tuesday for grnMupierx are feeding In corn or I grew stronger rltbt a visit to her sister, Mrs. Harry along, aid It cured me. young trecKjmore water, or better, more Mid water, Fhould be ndd- iimla-si- 's I am stouter than I havo been In years." ei, und the mixture thrown forcefully Mr. Martha Ely and ncice Mu. you suffer, you can If so that the particles will adhere to the j Ross arc in Bloomington Illinois, the appreclato what It crop to be protected. guests of the formers sister, .Mrs. Bcfns to be strong and How to Make Grasshopper Catcher. well. Thourauds of woNettie Jewell. The catcher, which baa men E'vo Cardut tha e "'- - rood hop--t an ndviintage over tho credit fcr t Mrs. B. M. Lear chaperoned n nuai health. It should help perdozer. In that the Insect can be j ber of young people at Olympia you. Try Cardui. At all utlllr.ed for chicken feed. Is about Id Springs last week. Miss Mary Leur E-dmK'Jts. feet long with an upright but curved j being one of the young ladies. piece of tin In front nnil so arranged that the grakhoppcrs will Mrlke It n j Mrs. Horde and little daughter, of they Imp up, falling to the bottom and back through a narrow trap opening Into n box behind. The tin front does not extend quite to the bottom, where, I Jut In front of the tin shield. Is' a I trip of tin w placet) that there Is nn opening nhout l',4 or 2 Inches wide. Thl front ktrlp or lip may be made by uIng a KVfont length of gutter, one six Ide of which I flattened outward. cultivaThe back mid top of the box In the 1500 rear Is covered with wire screen and exfill, (Under auspices of Kentucky Pure Bred Live Stock Association) the top should be so hinged that It can The beat collection of Pure Iired Sheep ever offered at r811' ""."pencd and the accumulated in graasliopperd out an needed. a public sale in this country, includes a draft from the wreat1 . l0 nn cxtPn,lwi fine Importation just brought over from HiikIiuhI by Mr, Robert S. ibeam at each end and the catcher dragged through the Intrsted area, beISIastock. ginning nt the Hides and working 1st, ward the renter of the field. 1919 Take Only Thing He Could Do. Mother wauteil to go to the tori ao she told Jack to take rare of the rat. and not let her out ot hi sight. When mnlher returned, she found Itamona tliil to the fernery with n rope around her link. Mother asked Jack nhy he did this mid he aid: "Well, mother, that l tin- - only way I could keep Itnniunu In my sight." CARDUI ,) ,, ,,. 1 I FARM for SALE Second Annual Combination SHEEP SALE RAMS AND EWES WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13th, 1100 GRADE EWES SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT TEN O'CLOCK. AT TATTERSALLS, LEXINGTON, KY. ENSILAGE IS VALUABLE FEED 1100 It I and Beef Cattle Hampshire, Southdown, Shropshire 400 PURE BRED RAMS AND EWES nnd Oxford. For information write Excellent Feed for Cows, Sheep, Silo I Good Investment. am in position to offer you privately one of the very best farms in Madison County, located 8 miles from Richmond on room dwelling, new stock and tobacco good pike, good new housing room for 25 acres tobacco and land now barns, 90 acres corn, 30 acres .meadow, about 300 acres ted to cellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for delivery. January If one or two good men want to buy a farm that will make money and one that is now ready to plow, call or write, or come to see me and I will show you something worth while. L. B. SHROPSHIRE, Sect'y., 604 Republic Bldg.. Louitvile, Ky. Chas. R. Thompson, Sales Manager. While you nre canning fruits and vegetables for your home, as you sure-- , ty win. wny not can (ensue) reed for your live stink? Ensilage may be called cauued feed, and It Is a very valuable feed for cows, sheep and beef cattle. The kilo will be uu Investment If you bare many oalmaU to ftred next winter. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. r i i (!) The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 7, 1919 II MOWER i PUBIS GREEK I SEVEN BUSHEL 1 f I, I, Ijoiclng over the arrival of a fine boy July 27th. Ion Mr. nnd Mm. Joe Aldridge of spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mm. J I. Hamm. Mr Henry Webber of Louisville, is spending the week with his sister, Mr. Hlclinnl Siivey. of Itoss-mojMuster I.ognn Coulter Ohio, is visiting hi sinter Mrs. Herbert Stone this week. Mrs. Curtis Sadler anil little son, Curtis Thompson spent Monday with Mr. ami Mrs. (J. W. Thompon Etronfl ("anil R i. i 'Contentment n mighty f. "am ,le 'iKiut It Is If gulsh frimi Ji"' I tun Transcript. Slight Mistake I y$.-ttt Br ALDEN . CHAPMAN f i I 50cts a Pound. BARRELS OF iCotiruht. ii..pr ! Union. ih w.iitm Nwt I I (!) I I (: i I C) SALT $3.30 A BARREL 1 0 ill' n. ' ;!iinbone, i tln- iki- - A lto.no rrlll ualkoit l.y the ilek of Hie little le l.l nt Fonhllle liere In- - I in. I imuiil Hi" nlKht, mid pnld hi he plneed tin- - key ii lilt ihe In tl Ihi took thenee n tetter lilid towinl It to him. Very ttiuii1Ii- the oli.-iei- l Iriin-ici- il It optn Hup Kiit- t am! that It Iiiiiii. illet-riiei- l nt mid Itirew II uiim mi iii.ertlM-iii- t ullliout een cliinelMK at oil the ll'-- ii' M II Pitless Scales, Lot of Iron Fence, cheap, Oliver Disk and smoothing Harrows, Cultipack-ers- , Riding and Walking Plows, Refrigerators, $10 and up, second hand oil stove cheep. Our prices are surprising on Brown wagons, second hand Malable stove, good as new, cheap. Get our prices on Cooks and Ranges. J. R. MOUNT 6c CO. The Q Deal House. E j Special Prices on all rlapoleon'a Temper. so distasteful to Na- 2 pillion Hint, It I riinrili'il. when he found nn opponent nt '.i" celling Hie better of him be would with n (!) m.lL. tiinvetnetit swecti lioniil and pleee tilt the table t" the ground. Iiiii.nl wa micI of a )i'"!i-ffllo- w An liiiinlile. Iiiinli-- t Ilrotislit up ii llojctIn, the eounlry mid louring to cet back rt'.iln In nilloniil v'lllii;-- - life. In- - eoiini-et- i NATION-WID- eiir' toaent ot Ii Drive To Improve All! Live Stock. Optlnlitlc Thought. Spread the table and enntentlou will cease. Must Have Been Moving Rapidly. One dnj-- I sent Ilnlph to a store ev-rblocks nway. In the inenntlinfl It mined, nnd Immediately nt the c loon of the shower he returni-- nnd I nkeil h'ni nnxloiHy: "Why, Itnlph, where He ere jou when It rallied?" "I vnn't anywhere I was rno--t, us" Chlcnco American. me a the e AUTO TIRES BECKER and BALLARD. I from Id tnt In the lnbb), pUked up e It the ilNdtilntd emelope. mid chuckled. Then he ulnrled tfler Merrill. At a unlet treet turner lie overlook him. PHONE 27. oril wild j nu. If jo" plae, "A ter 1". paw IS- -. Mr. I'lerce lnnlou." lie ioke, eattli arm. Ins ami holding .Merrill' BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Worth More Than That Now. "SoiiieHbnt uiLlakeu. aren't ou." I in June 111, In Hie M Maryland, granted li:rj.(leorg'- pad lit of rliallenseil Merrill. Tlmt I not my CnUert, In inline." l.ortl llnttlmnro, na lifter Id It l," lnlletl Hit- - oilier. "llli. Hindi uxor to 111 miii, Cnlwrt. "You Ju- -t ilropp.il till, didn't jou." mack left Saturday for I'incvllle Klllir Clllirle slfcllcd Hie Inn' patent and be extendetl POINT LEAVELL. nnd uie 'lie where they will spend a few days and -gutt In the grant of hind the elioimh It hurt the llilllie tit lilid of Mnrjlnnd. In honor of Id tin iiJ. M. I, linn ford spent Kriilay with relati es and friend. "I am Jin llroun. delmty Him-iWhile l.ord Henrietta Miirln. f nijiht with Mn. John Cotton. twenty uillet ilnwn of I'rlnet-ion- , Mr. J. M. Colton l.rs purchased u Iliilliinoie liclil the giant he pnld for the line. I've pit tin- - rlslit to detain Mr Irn Hell slid mother pent Sun- farm at I'rcnctursville known na the II yearly to the mmii of Knclniid two are wmn- ou. and a tht-r-day with Mr. II. T. I.umfonl In "Mike Kennedy farm" on the Crab Indian arrow, which are III! on ex. n for .miu to make nt that tiuie li t .l .on at Ylndor castle, Hiiglahd. Ot chard and Lancaster pike. IVachcrsville I X'i, I'm -- "iim to take you lliere." ' "You an etploltlnc a rae of ml. Mrs. Jennie Comley of Indianataken l.l' lillly. my frit ml," olieretl BOURNE. polis, Indiana, it visiting her brother, Merrill, und irinv-In; Mr. Sam Kelley. riirlou. Mr. and Mrs. I.. K. Spcake spent Mr. nnd Mrt. J. M. Colton ami Mr. "Ilnri'ly. I don't iipmp jou will urfctn Poultry Rimtdy denj that tl.N I jour picture J" and Mrs. Kild Hester motored to Sunday near Sulphur Well. lVfrfrVrf CURES Mr. Ilnmlett Jennings and family h ftooncsboro Sunday. Tin depui) "herllT eitendeil n A Urn drop In til jtJzSSlm were in Nicholatville Saturday ami Merrill louked halt slnr-Hei- l, A drinklnc wler ear , John and Clell Tatem Messrs J. treuiend-iu-le puzzled. The Mr J. T. Speakc is in Lexington and llamton Coldiron attended a dUrrhoM, cholera and other tbMK was that of a iniiu inareloul,v 60c. dUt--ofOnrnitln.twttlPintmake IS ball gome at Nicholasville Sunday undergoing treatment for rheuma-tirn- i. bottl, rmllon himself. pn II. SO. make 31 rallona. At afternoon. "All rlcht," he iKike rtnil'.ly. "lin dnicrUU, or Mat bj mall pottpu4. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hamm arc re- Bourbon Rmdy Co., Ltttlngton, Ky. iilieml. Messrs Ilurrel and Hobert Ham- jou rri-- -t uie?" "I don't, iiiile. Jou (ret too rleter. or ml j. If .luiple. Slla Hland. my friend, the liotelkeeper, sent me In hunt jou up. It so uiudi the ttftj. dollar hoard hill jnu ran up under fnNe pretense and skipped, as It I Hit ucuiiiil.il pride of hi pretty tlauchter, Jljrtle. She don't want jou hack heeause she enre fur you. hut you puul-het- l she want to for lillln: her father nnd liuiiillliitlns her. You went nrotuid I'rincelon hint- I liu' at the lilt Jou hail made with her ! are cnstlplnff. 'ov she INUTE'MAN SIX jV a hrhle that win to be. ' I Ui III M I ' and she will take her dainty, worn . anly way of slionln-- : her utter scorn In j jou publlclj-- , and jou will have to seme up inai mil anu suner ner contempt." "(Julte a ronianee. I'retty Rlrl, nnd a seopecoat want-et- i. Once more .Mr. Deputy Sheriff, lm not the man jou nre lookln-- : for." "It won't to," perlteil the other ilorer-tlly-. "I'll rl-It." I It wa an Ideal town, I'rlneetui. crtcr to fully appreciate the This wn the flrut discovery .Merrill Lcxini;toti has achieved in I made, then Hint the Atlantic hotel wn perfecting the le)eiHlal)lc pix cylinder In wry nttrnetht place of abode. A he was led lulu Its reception room Id t pe of car, one must take the wheel olllclal Etiarillan sane out throuj-l- i an and observe open doorway: "Moriiln", SU" "SI" did not l t sn.iiil. hut n very i I 1 1 I i 1 Explaining Yankee." Yankee "w.i ti mnt, fnorltt word of Willi fiirmrr .loni'lnm lifting A Van-kCntnhrlilc ntiotii ITKt. ami iinkee i bier l'ikxI hoi. in(!) ("f Til.' student the like. Hnmird) ii' d t i hr linre .f him; their Intern 'ir-- - wll'i li'm. niiil Id nt led them of the term in nil In nilnpt It." U'l l l.iirlmi. "Iiiilepeiid-itii- e CiiIIih Sliile," minim 1, letof ... time for .Merrill eareely knew. He n ilriftlni:, tinlf pliiiiiiliii;, Ilinllii;- - a United Slates Department Of AgriIn voini proinlltii: eotintry touu. culture Announces Campaign to any elreiiniMiineo or nihen-tur- e amiltln I hi- - future, nnd tlmt mliMit Eliminate Scrub Sires from Hint a ready therefiire In aiijtlilux iiiluht eomt iil.piisr. Breeding. A Merrill left Hie dek" n beavj-vt- . linn oipreleiitIiiu-iippt-:irln- o a cheup kliow a Win re he wn liend-ti- l mall nroe OneDrop fl 1 III! liiliiii Mm '( mm m i. Sm'i SIB 1 The Hindus and the Lotus. The Hindus enmpnre India to th Intus, the petnl epreentlnB fentral T India and the smroiinillni: leave the . This is the slogan of 11 national illllon of the couiitrj-- The des1jn I much tled In enstern temple anil k crusade, to net act- nrchltecture generally, nnd tin plant better ively in motion October 1, that is an- I till vn I til In public ciirilen. A at Acra holds nounced by the United Stntes De- voini In the Tnj pinl.-npartment of Agriculture, workinj in pure lotil blossniii. cooperation with the State agricultural colleges and other BRencies inTraveling Fingers. k improvement. Tjpls" finKers nre the most terested in trmeler' In rreatlon, nnd The campnlun looks forward to the of solnc treinendnu tllstances future food needs of this country's "" "; .a iKe . . wo.m. population increasing and results lo tin nnd les In performlnK a from lonK and careful observation of, ilnilliir jlrm,v , oril,Imry ,1P. k industry in this coun wrl'tnt: Hie hand may travel, nccord- the try, and was planned after extensive In-- : to an expert, 10,000 miles n year and nnd not Indicate nny Impairment In with specialists consultation The plan is to hasten the elSeleney, 'Till refers, of course to breeders. of the multitude of he n erase typist in an oflico. replacement scrub domestic animals in the United Women Senators of Old, or high-srad- e States with pure-bre- d l:i.mc, n early us the jenr 21H stock, nnd also to improve the qual recojnlzed n cnate of women. The 'A. ity of pure breds themselves. cnaie, iiiousii, iiinereii irom moi foal in view is irrcater erTiciencj in oiher by contlnlns; It consideration production. nnd It illeii-lo- n to matters of etiThe campaign will be the first quette and dres. The assembly had the crusade in a large country to approbation of Elngubnlus nnd held improve all live stock simultaneously. It meetings In the Qulrlnnl. Cruelty. It will interfere in no way witlt any cxtrnuigance nnd vice were the out k improvement now standing characteristics of the reign of work in Hence, the necessity of beinK conducted, but makes all the Klasuhalus. work more definite and effective by having conferences ot the sort. providiiiK official recognition for breeders. Use for Waste Lands. Kvery state In the union has some The campaign will be supervised Agriculture part ot the swump and wet lands that from the Department of in Washington, and in each Snto by for the entire country hnvo an aggreCouti- - gate nrea of 102,800.000 acres larger the Slate agricultural collcg. than Iowa, Illinois and Indlnna com..fconts and other field workeis of bined and three-fourth- s a large n the Department of Agriculture nnd of I'runco. The ngrlcultunil value of the then lands the State colleges will handle considerably, but varies Every Ike-stoc- k campaign licallj--. specialists of the United State owner actively ard of agriculture believe that large arenx, If properly drained mid keeping and usinj; none but sirei of good quality wiil i.e cleared by public or private I,,, transformed Into given un t.r.i'i!im as an offici.'.l farm. of nivii'iiurious effort. BETTER SIRES-- BETTER STOCK' The Perfected Six IX I FEED OF I quick silent starting; the the rhythmic How nnd ebb of jxnver, highly resxnsivc to your wish; the emergency brake that operates with one finger; the complete confidence and restfulness one enjoys whether taking a hill on high or inching The smooth, get-awa- y; i dilntj-- . tiiarkllns-ejed- , lovelj-.fnce- 1 through traffic. good car Let us demonstrate this remarkably it in a tound investment. III! elrl of elshteen eroed the threshold. There was tire In her pretty eje and liidlcnant llu-- h upon her bonny Inn She iidvniictil ipilcklj--, paused ilisinnjctl. seiimietl the slnllln enpthe ' closely and tliltlered forth: I "Oil. Mr. Ilroun, jou'te made n ' dreadful mistake I" "t told our friend that hack nt said Merrill, with n courtemi I bow to the Jennie lady of eiicncluK e. j I I I ilti.'i I.: II I "Where's, Jour fntherj' demanded the vlllace funrllnmirj', "I'll see what he says nl.nut It." "Iown nt the post olllce," nnd Myrtle tl ii ml stole un Interested clnnce nt Merrill. "Von can to after him while I try und npoloslze for the fearful blunder we hae made. You won't run nwny while he Is puie, will you, .Mr. 1 MARION D. JOHNSON Litingtan Motor Company Connanvlllo; la.; U.' S.' A. "lloyre Merrill. .Vet I. Mis Illnnd." declared he. "If any reasonable sum, or n month free of tin best we have will fix up our hideous mistake," said honest Silas Illnnd, after be had heard tin whole slorj', "we'll settle the score wllllmtly." "Why, It hasn't ent mo ntij thins,' ri t'llnl Mrrrlll, with n Jolly liuili. j "I"t stay the moulb and majbe tender. ' for Mike the town, but I'll pay for it. I What this Utile trick of fate has led mti Into decidedly pleases me," as he looked nt Myrtle nnd she nt him with luodestlj-ellt- l eye. "I'd ask nothing letter than t. clerk for n model hostelry like yours, Mr. Illnnd, If you are tl en for an assistant." He was, and Myrtle looked crnteful us he said so to till Interestlnu Jimr.it conne Inman who had so to her life. it Electric Western &. LIGHT POWER oi Its exclusive features make trouble-prod if THIS 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 (arm. tScc.this plantjnoperatiorL BASTIN BROTHERS 7 The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Aug 7, 1919 Not Bread Alone. THE GREAT Man cannot live by brend alone, and tlocs not spend his money for food nlonc. If there Is to he an Investigation of the prices of necessities, to determine their legitimacy, it should Classified Column KATES. g sJrUAVKI) OK HToLKNYfrom my place on Danville itreet, August 4th, n brown horse, sound and straight, small white spot on one lilnil heel, full 15 2 hands high. Reward. Any information will lv appreciated, lt-pJ. 8. Cox, Lancaster Brodhead FAIR AUGUST 2k AND THE Wd, STATE. THE FINEST GROUNDS BEST ALL FAIR IN An ideal SPOT for a big time. People from all' over the MOUNTAINS attend this GREAT FAIR. Just a nice drive, and all GARRARD take advantage of this opportunity to meet these M OUNTAIN FOL'KS and have the time of your life. All the PREMIUMS have been greatly increased. for Catalogue and take your stock to the BEST FAIR in the State. V" A " . V GRANVILLE OWENS, Secretary. Another Editor In Bad. Sage Advice. s.ecordlngto the Wichita-Raglon Hank Illmes says: Think twice bed "near-btotvn fliinr In n fore speaking, thrice before wrltlut hi over against the doorind I and four time, before fighting. Co having Ms meal sent in at (tie win- lumbus Dispatch. dow iliic" he let this get liy In a society Hem: "Mr. Cult's popularity Is Make It Brief. evidenced liy Iter mangy friends In this It may not be of much Interest to .vMnlty." Kansas City Star. iu, Mr. Vlaltiir, but the fellow-- who asks you how )oii feel lislny doesn't n ant to listen to a lot ,f .iptom. ReCltvtr Willis. Glancing hastily over the pages of member that. From (Hot Springs) Willie Johnson's examination (i:ihts .rkun?aw Thouiiu Cat. the teacher was delighted In see Hint not one of the question' remained mi Cleans Bronze. nnawered. But upon a mure careful (ictiiilne bronzes may be washed with scrutiny her pride took n tumble. Af t sonpuiTsand-- n miige or rag ter nine of the twelve question Willie el wiped dry with a soft flannel fad written politely, "I inn sorry Unit J.itii o rhamoU. Hlrt ami stains tlili nt a subject on which I have un l!rt be remitted with n flannel Information." moistened In sweet oil. After- ' (mllsli the bronzes with flannel Price of Happiness. No man ran be happy when be despises his own acts, when he lias any Exercised Discretion, consciousness of wrong, whether of nirhard. on his II rM jl.lt to the motive or act. No man can be liapny country, climbed the fence Into the when he harbors thought of revenge. field where a Jersey cow was gtazlng. Jealousy, envy op lictrnl. He inns? The cow. belle siilllcuhllt of 11 pet, Imve n clean heart tind n clean greeted him Willi n loud ami Joyous fir no mount ij money or miHi, uhireiiiMiu lib hard bent it hasty excitement can make him happy, and illsonh'tl) relretit, "Xo, I wasn't Iixiliiiiize. edzitckly iifrnld," be explained; "but when she ktpt Kijlug. '.Move, inove!' I Ihouuht I'd belter keep . Whiskers Explained. The early Jews were literally long on whiskers and made good use of Good Rules'fer Life's Conduct. Iflem. The Jew's,benrd was a sort of Tine that iro perfect men do not f tandlng notice to the world conevrn-- 1 easily give credit to ewrjithlng one lug his atate of mind. If everything tells thctu; for they know that human was propitious wife nnd children well j frnllty Is iroiio to evil, nnd very subf ml business good his beard was ject to fall inwards. It Is grenj wiseimbed out and perhaps tilled. Hut If dom not to be rn-- h In thy proceedings, (truth had entered bis family, his not to tninl sillily In thine own conlitard was a mere tangled mass, of ceits; as a No nut' tn belleie eter)lhlng linlr. The condition of the whiskers which t li ll heurest, nor presently to do Indicated the existence of other relate again to others what thou hast emotions. heard or dost believe. r be nn Investigation of more than the prices of food. It is true thnt we consume food three times n day, or twice n day nt nny rate some persons getting: along nt n pinch with two meals, but three remaining the rule nnd the custom but wc wear clothing nil day nnd nil night, nnd we wear shoes nil day. I Shoes nnd clothing lire necessities. f? They ore, moreover, agricultural products, as much as cabbage or potatoes. Our cotton clothing conies (4 from the cotton fields of the South, our woolen clothing from the sheep rnnche of the West anil the few too few forms otherwhere whose owners are willing to risk sheeprnising I while dog the poor man's ranges the countryside, tempted into evil doing by the pangs of hunger. Our shoes come from the cattle farms when they are leather, from the Cotton States when they are canvas; from the paper mill, of course, insoto the far as they are cheapened, manufacturer, ty the "adulteration" which has suggested the need of n pure shoes law. Clothing and shoes are not the only necessities aside from food. Fuel, hardware and furniture, chinawnre, glassware, and the 100 and one articles nnd commodities which every house owner buys and which are paid for Indirectly by every renter of a residence or nn apartment, are necessities. There is profiteering in Well then, there is profiteerfood? ing in all other necessities which are v selling at prices ns high In proportion as the present prices to pre-wa- r prices of foot). Assuredly many bread-winnin- g clntres have failed to get increases proportionate to the advanced cost of have classes Some commodities. If the in- had little or no increase. (creases of pay nnd reduction of charged legitimately i hours ran be with the increase of commodity prices, instead of resulting from thoie prices, the profiteers are the classes which have received doubled or tripIf led wages since the war began. the commodity prices are not war' 1 ranted by the factors of production and distribution then the propric tots, manufacturer!1) wholesalers or "tilt" prices unw.tr-nintjli- y In eith hie the (vroHeers. er case the victims are the cla which have nail to aland the adv.in ceil cost ff living, wlthoutTncro.Unl income uiti whilh" to meet il. but ht high prices ars not all i vents So It Goes. The Lowry, City Independent lata an food prices mt"..!y. or food price nnd Idea that the old fellow nho liecams ihoc and cloi.'.iiir prices merely, nut rich by burning the midnight ell doubt- commodity prices generally. less now has it son who i prodigal ' If prices are to be investigate il with the midnight gas. Kansas City with the hope of reducing them it is Times. just ns important to find why the for mer II shirt sells for $2, the former Slippery for Buddy. Joe It thoroughl) up In automobile $5 pair of shoes for $10 as it is to parlance. Ills baby brother was Jnst find why a peck of potatoes sells for beginning to walk ami nol.Mcd consid- twice what it cost before the war erably. One day Jim- - i'. -- I d Into the Just as'lmportant to find why cups kitchen shouting. "Oh i. come quick and saucers, pots and pans, cooking mi' see Iluddy skidding" stoves, sell for two or three times their former cost as to find why coffee, canteloupes and cammembert Almost Forgotten. The bride and bridegroom were Jn- -t cheese ore "up". Courier-Journa- l. f to say "I will," when the bride's M' dashed madly from the room, The Braganxa Diamond. running up the nNle to ' The liragaiizit diamond Is it greit " l.rlde. and pushed the bridal boil- - r ylcry. Very few jieople have eer Into the bride's hands. In the l.etn nlloneil the privilege of looking '"incut of the occasion the llowcra lit II. mid of these few some are of I it been forgotten. tl.i cpliilon It Is not ii diamond nt all, but merely a wonderful specimen of white Input. At any rate. It Is gen Wax Flflures of Ancestors. Many undent fiimlKes In Kngland cm My conceded to bu n diamond and Is have stored nway life sled figures considered the Jewel supreme of Hie In wax of their iiuces'ors. in.nl.. at the crown Jewels of the late reigning rime of the original's The liiike house of 1'iirtugal, the ancestral fain tt Norfolk bus II- I- llcnres i.r three liy of the duke of Ilrazanza. tt'hes of one of his nuccsinrs, which art kept In it glass ease ait one of his Foolish Old Customs 8urvlve. i on n try sent. St. OIiiv'k (irammur school, unit worth $I,VJ, Is now valued ut fi'..(J, Instructing Grandpa, but the rent I' still u bunch of roses. "I was inlUug to my little grand- The iiiicleiit city of Chichester iuut daughter over the telephone the other protlde n string for the king's "cross ilny." said an o!d man recently to a bow," while the lord of Ilryanstoii. In few of Id. friends nt a hotel, "ami Dorset, must provide u boy Willi a whin I ended I said. 'Mere, Porotliy, Htrlngless bow and unfentbered arrow. Is a kiss for you.' She replied, '(Mi. whenever the king makes war on pshaw, grandpa! I'on'i joii know that Wiilcs. The tenant at Ilratlley, Ureal Is like u Wood, near tirlin.liy, must pay Hie it kiss over the telephone straw hati' I nlil, 'Why. no. swtet-hear- t, iniijor of (irlmsby it wild boar, or Its how's Unity 'It's not felt, grand- equivalent In cush, yearly. London pa,' the aid." Itllghty (Uindoti). 1 lines. ! 9 0 Single Insertions 1c a word FOU SAI.K: One pair of work No ml tnken for less than 'JOc mules, ns good ns there is In the In this column. No mis In this county. One good set of harness, column charged. 1 3-wagon, good as nrw. ) Ky Seven insertions for ti e Jnck Collins, g price of live. 3 l'honv orders must be p.iid 5 FOR SAI K: Sccral Pure Ilrcd promptly. J S. I. Wvatelvtt Roosters, $1.25 each, u Also some older n It K II It K K II K tl U U II K tOt K..1 KWOOt if tnkrn nt our. It. V. D. 1. ones. Phone 33-Mrs, J, II, Ijiwsoii, Ijinraster. FOIt SAI.K: llubber tired phaeton. I'rice 6d. Ilr. W. I). I'ryor, J lt-p- Our philosopher says: The urm LOST: On Stanford pike yester- that's growin' richer nn' payln' n day, u gold open face Klgin watch. profit, has got an owner with brains Reward if left nt this office. It. behind it. Our philosopher says: Plenty of KOI: SAI.K: One standing desk, clean drinkin' water nn' lots of good ns new. lt-pCitizens Notional Hank. shnde'll keep many n aluable hoi from gettin' sick. FOR SAI.K: One nice registered Poland china gilt, weight about ldO BRADSHAW MILL. pounds. S. I). Cochrun. lt..pd Mr. John Sanders Is spending a For House 1'uintiiig or 1'aintiiit; of few days here. Miss .Mabel Pruitt spent Monday any kind, I will be glad to do your work. A. It. I'ritchett, at A. II. Has-ti- with Mist Linda Senders. nnd Co. Mrr Grant Sanders was with he! son Mr. Morse Hill recently. K good U. S. Army-Ten- t FOK SAI.K: Miss Linda Sanders spent Friday Flies, 12x16, nt 1!0.00 each. W. M. Comett, Lancaster, Ky. night with Misses Mabel nnd Jewell Prewitt, J. M. Metralf, Surveyer, 25 ears Mr. and Mrs. James Pruitt and experience, lllue prints furnished. family spent Monday night with .Mr All calls answered promptly. Phone and Mrs. S N. Sanders. IKS, Stnnford, Ky. 2.13-tf- . Miss Linda and Master Jamrs SanFOU SAI.K: About S00 bushel ders spent the week end with Mr. and of nice lllue Grass seed nt $2.25 per Mrs Asbill at White Hall. W, M. Comett. huihe. Mrs. S. N. Sanders and daughter, .Miss Linda, wrre guests of Mrs. Cameron Pruitt Tuesday afternoon. Mr. S. N. Sanders sold to .Messrs Don't blame the hen if you haven't liufas Ukikrman and Charlie Long eleven enhes at 8 ctnti a Kund, eggs this winter. STOItMKS' DllUfi STORK. School is progressing fine nt this "You Must be Satisfied," place, our teacher. Miss Ata Rich Is 7 2t-7- t. an "exception", and every one Is de lihgtcd with lur .Mr. and Mrs. N L. Prewitt enterFor Sale, 210 bushels of "Manel-ous- " tained nt dinner Friday, Hru. Childrrs 'ecd wheat, tssted 60 nt the and llro. Ijimbroth, and Mrs. Kurl Prewitt ond children. A delightful thresher. Jin, G. H. Rose. , -- llryantsvllle, Ky, Phone .10 time was had. s fi vi', 23rd- - ROUND ' COUNTY should typical Egg Saver. Write Seed Wheat. . ' 2 " First Chief Justice. Ji.Iiii Jite un. lit flpt l.t I,. .1.1 iI,a -" I Iii-- ll fittli nf ..f it.- Itv mutual agreement of nil the Xtalei mid p celled his nlisilntineiit th Rex Garage Com- - 'In ITS!', lie u,born in New York. stockholders nn pony n Corporation doing business in . li"Ct lldier 12. 17I.V John Hotted Lancaster, Ky will dissolve on Aug. ! nominated b t!ie pitHdcnt nnd was Hi .f Justice of Ihe United 10th, 191 ), and proceed to wind up the Stales, lie ' as lirn In South Caro- its business. W. F. Ciiamif. Notice. .The Blggiit Mummy. """" The largest iiiiioiiity In lli,. world Is that (if an animal, (he Iteresntka A valuable farm of 110 acres, sit mammoth. In the IVlrogntd uuix-iim- . uated on the "main line", well Im- The lr-i- t si b- -, cillnct f,r proved, with large 12 acre tobacco thousands 1.1 has jears. nnd good house and stock barn, and mammoih width was f,, 1111,1 barn, nnbei). ail the land tobacco land. Price wl In the fror.-- enrib jienr the ll,.re-o!.- a right if sold within the next ten days. rlier. In northeast Siberia proliahly llted fifty thousand years For further particulars, see u go. It, W. T. King, Lancuster, Ky. v Look At This! l. hr WAEEUP BASE 111! FINS You will have the chance of your life to see a fast game. Paint Lick vs Lawrenceburg AT PAINT LICK BALL GROUNDS SATURDAY, AUGUST Vote ' PrecincU ' By Precincts a 's. Sece "I ai 134 H j 05 6 41 f an 3 43 50 1G In Saturday's Primary. t 3 w tr (a t9 o I w, 10J g I 15 r E0 "3 C 6 Mil O W O 3 , 3- I 23 72 25 24 30 h . r. i 79 110 49 67 74 12 27 68 47 21 23 Court House East Park West Park East BryanUville West Bryantsvllle Buckeye 1 loo 21 oy 18 43 22 21 13 aa 30 11 44 v4 0 1 13tt a 8 (1 3. 44 10 42 51 0 4 7 H 'J 2 1 15 II 4 12 9 6J 90 19 24 21 , -- -- 10 8 11 5 2 0 1 1 1 Walkers SchooL Paint Lick "Won ' 0 ' ,v 2; 77 77 75 30 32 109 57 C9 25 77 CO fit 87 Yt 14 21 CO la 4 14 13 15 8 25 93 51 579 411 5 12 0 108 17 82 30 2 7 12 179 30 33 13 12 14 1 7 7 1 2 2 12 3 42 3 3 2 16 4 8 01 49 9 13 61 5 4 I 223 42 613 441 18 295 8 5 0 7 2 67 ' 45 16 13 3 8 8 25 0 2 2 5 10 I! 42 63 46 0459574 10 15 G 9 15 7 H 19 23 25 50 27 40 15 ti 9 19 13 4 4 12 10 10 15 3 9th 8 25 2 76 19 42 19 69 C 9 9 4 7 290 Ki 72 43 9 2 107 at 2:30 p. m. 116 13 2 59 ;)ta. 45 72 2tl 258 269 07 115 205 (33 426 Majorities '81 ADMISSION 25 CENTS.