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SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMIIR 20. to locate in people, the Taint Lick Baseball team i,ulv!e, Some Danville, to practice his profession in keeping to the splendid man that easl'y licfeated the ed campaign of propaganda. A statement by Judge Charles A. Big Cushers Ware crack Lawrence Struck In K.nlnc-k- y one wants to get richer quicker. he was. nluut September 1st. burg team by ii score of 8 to 0 on the Hardin of the cause that he believes Many Years Aco; First Fl Ilrothcr Ilarnes had numerous formers grounds last Saturday after- led to his defeat for congress, has I)r' "l"'0" ' onB our TW'lt No chmcc whatever of dying of excce,U friends and admirers in this county noon. been made. The stay at home vote .ing Well Struck Her. A ennui these days. When we can't I"01 n,TaM? 'ou.n? mctl K'y ,0''u,ar, "ith everyone, all of and no doubt many of them will gladThi! pllihlng of Clell Tatcm wi.s was the principal cause, but there have a strike, we can generally scare Century Ago. whom see and predict for him, a ly contribute to such a fund. decidedly the feature of the entire were "a multiplies; of causes." Holdup a rare riot or two. The idea wns conceived by Kditor game and his balls seemed Invinc'Me. ing the special election on the day of 'iikiiv linn rruiperous iuiurc in nis K. C. EARLY PRODUCER. Walton of the Interior Journal easily fanning them one aft;r Strange as It may seem, nationul new field of work. the primary and confusing it with the LINCOLN'S prohibition has been hitting it up for The Danville Advocate has the ful- and nearly the desired amount h primary lost him many votes as there Kight miles from Stanford, In Lin It Is hoped that many some weeks now, and the nation still lowing to say of the olTice which Is been raised. The I.awrcnccburg boys claimed was much indifference in the con(being eotiiminl for Dr. F.lliott. which (arrard friends will respond and In that they had played eighteen games tests. Opposition to the Income tax, coln county a salt well which was survives. lis the "last thing" in an office of this I' Ufn evtnt should leave their sub- - during the summer and had only been the new state tax law, Swopc's ex- drilled In 1839, struck an unexpected , , at this office or forward defeated one time during the season. travagant promises to the soldiers vein of oil which gushed out and took Iiu:""""1' " K.umK, character. It fays: to lorre an prices i,ack to norma we ..,)r, Mmon K;oU f IjlncaMer mine to .Mr. Walton at Stanford, They have a different tale to tell now. and plea that they stood together re- fire, burning for several weeks. Fur.... noi Know, hum .mum he ..one j, E,oM wh of r They evidently haven't been up gardless of politics, the high cost of ther development of this tract was must be done if the future of this well and favorably known in I)an.l against nnny teams like Paint Lick, living and the unique situation of not conducted until 1870 when three Iim men urn j! rnuntrv It tint tn vine, has decided to locate in this For Hire, large U. S. Truck. Haul- - from the showing they made there both candidates for governor reflect- more wells were drilled further up or inc practice of his profession, . P; f all kinds. Reasonable ing on the Stanley administration and the creek, one of which came in a We have laws to punish the man c" rates. last Saturday. 01 'leniislry. charging Stanley machine politics. duster, the other two showing traces lie Is now Having who beats his wife or dog, but the Call phone 17, I were other causes. The- - unsettled of oil. Indications of the presence profiteer whose greed brings starva- as complete tin office ns can be found state of the public mind, with the Re. of oil in great quantities on the sur- tion to their door goes free is rich In entire Southland installed in the'' , Itilll.litw, ilv.. tin. Ptirt-- . That Swlnebro-v'the Ileal Estate publican management doing its best facc of tno Kround gave substance and honored nmong men. Queer, Mnnnltil "ow's feet MRn of Lancaster rtorj and expects to open It up nbout' kom? t,"-i- omrn n splendid for ",e belief that oil would be found but true j to dissatisfy and confuse, r ! ar,mn'1 they do the first of September. Iles.des cv. ry opposition organization and tireless ovcr an extensive area. Basing the Will Sell nt Public Auction mar scientifically lilted Listen, mother! Just dig out tho modern convenience, be will have the'".ut Farms in Mercer. Boyle. (Tarrant I effort all combined to his defeat and bcllef on these indications a company glasses. old gingham dresses you have had very latest y nin- and Lincoln Counties, in the month jnnde him feel like Ccn. Logan whenjwas organized and a well was bored purpose or plmtcgrupu- " j cninr lor me of September? defeated for president, that Is like I on a tract of ,antl tnree miles suth your dnughttr will be quije stylishly ng the roots of teeth and this mouttn. If you contemplate buying n firm "lc 'oy who stumped his toe. It of l,ie ,lrst location. A production cressed. Silk is only a cheap fabric innovation will be mn,i welcome to! ; hurt like large or small hell, but he wns too big to of lark' il'navored oil wns obtained Friend, here will be interested to these .lays. which was sent to Glasgow and Louis Dan. Mile Surj.on. have learn that Mr. ,.,( Mn w s piu.. You can afford to wait for these 'cry. learned in th yean- thft'. a Jr., are rejoicing over the arrival of sales. Judge Hardin calls attention to the ville to the refinery'. l'erhnps In time, when the presi- great deal of the.et A location, twelve miles southwest trouble i of tb- - luim-- u Swinehroad "ALWAYS SELLS". ' significant fact that he received in little girl at their Atlanta home last dent and the senate have talked them- Hi r. e of this well, on Green River and four ,1'tributabe to bnl teeth Tuesday. leach of the counties more vote Kveryhody knows why. selves to death over the league of naone of Ark him about these, farms. lee n mat nre appartti ly pood, but He 'he combined vote of the three can-- I shallow wells were drilled, tions, the rest of us will graciously when photographed will tell you about them and show didater for governor, which shows which flowed for a brief period nt the sIva' that tiiey rundesernd to forget all about the are rending toxic poisin1..,'; thrjuli-ouI them to Mill. He knows bind vnlm. that there was no tiersonnl ommsitlnn ra te of 400 barrels a day. t lamed thing. .Many from this county will attend unit will offer for sale ihe system, which oftin'es results only those to him. Recognition of the valuable another well was sunk 200 feet on a fntally. This insidious infection ran the Brodhead Fair next week, which farms wHich are desirable und ap- - services of the Democratic press of tract of land near Bowling Green, We see by th papers that Sergeant invariable be detected by the use of begins in that city next Tuesday, peal to tiie buyers and can be pur-!,f- te district, together with the nld of from which a few gallons of oil was York is to establish a university for August Oth. This is without doubt chased worth the money. Interest decreased in this the the Courier-Journis obtained. and Times, the instruction of the youth of Tenn one of the very best county fairs in Most of these farms will be sub- - inade the heartiest thanks returned, section until 1018, when twenty or essee. We presume, of couise, he th ,tat" an'' if 'ou w"nt to havc divided and sold to suit the purchas- -' 'he statement closing eloquently as more companies were organized and 1919 will shoot his iilum through the muz- more than 60,000 acres of land was great day. don't fait to attend. ers. If you wont to sell your farm ' follows: . . r!c tf it high poweud ritte. me cuy laxes ror me year r.ny talk the business over with Swine- -' is comforting for me to be- - leased, preparations being made for arc now past due und many have paid Iroad, right away before desirable Hc-- e that my race has been of great the drilling of ten wells nt one time. A "kick," it seems, has been and have been given their reci iit. The entire section was aroused to ac in root beer. Hut, then We arc indebted to our good old dates are taken. The buyers and the ! importance of both State and nation tion Mr. Ilerron tells us that the pennlly and the frame of the new pool crowd attend his sales. Suinebroad ln revealing the state of mind exist-ha- s All through life, will go In a few weeks and ho wants, "'cad, Mr. B. L. Kelly, for a fine lot some good ftrms for sale private- -' '"tf m this district and Kentucky to-l- y soon spread to other oil fields, creatIn some way or oti cr, roasting ears sent us a few morn etcryone to come across before that and he will price them right. N'oi day." If we accept the warning, I am ing such an Interest that a number of The world has just one time, if you want to save s inw ings ago. There were just two ears boosting and adding to the owne.a persuaded that all that is necessary larger companies sent scouts to this " Kick nfter another. in the lot, but It made several nice money. for our candidate for Governor nnd section to ascertain the possibilities "messes" the ears being the largest priie. The greatest Real Estate event of jm's flckct to win, is an efficient organ-th- e of obtaining leases. Nov.' we are told that by 1924 towe have yet seen. This county lies In the area that is year will be subdivision and auc-- j ization, a thorough and aggressive bacco will also be on the prohibited Mr. and Mrs, U. D. Simpson re tion sale of .130 acres of land just f education to reduce the along the belt of the crest of the list. Well, at any rate, we can roll the City limits df Danville. City confusion of the public mind to a Cincinnati Anticline, along which the up a devil of n lot of puffs in the five ceived a crate of Ponderosa tomatoes ' Recent figures frori Warhington lots truck gardens and 5 to .'10 acres minimum, and Induce a maximum of "nio bIack haIe rest which Is )cars thnt are left us provided we this week, grown by their son, Mr. Henry Mmp;on, in Lexington, that show the vnlue of agricultural club clear thinking on the questions that , siJered the most productive oil hori- and farms. tan also dig up the price. zon in the state. In this situation were the nnest we have ever seen. 'work for bow and cirls in school. If you want to buv real estate or presently seem to cause the you want to sell Real Kstate. itls'u. I know that we have the argu- - the oil Is generally accredited to the A gooil old friend of ours nope.! They were Just as good as they look- - lt.Cords kent of nunils in rural his way into the office yesterday, ed. for Mrs. Simpson gave us half a hooIs prove conclusively that club will pay you to "Get in touch" with me nt and every I nduccment for pa. Onondaga, but on account of the distriotic effort, and that our neonle will- - cordance in this section, geologists jilanked himself down in our best lozen mat was a load to carry. members invariably have better Swincbroad, or W. K. MOSS. Advertising M.jr. gladly respond to the call of right and claJm tn" the Presence of od below cluilr, stared fixedly and mournfully marks than thoe children not in (could not be anticipated by the ap justice. jciubs. into space for half an hour, then Dig "Achievements of our great parly,. plication of the usual methods which .shoved his fist into his pocket, drew Ykntru for the nilcrtii menl in1 together with its aims to make work- arc employed In working out the out a shining silver dollar, reverently next weeks issue of Ihe liecord fori ' able the truth of the brotherhood of xstructure. kissed It, handed it to us with avert- the , rale of the Kavanaugli and Hud-w T K,Ci our Iocal ouctiim. The Buck Creek Oil Pool which is ed eyes, dashed away the tears, and son . . . .1 !.farm, three mile, from Lamas- - t.rr am, rp,, ,ate A. haJ been ,u.iiK- an uimosi perjeri equality of opportunity for the striv located in this county, under which tUggered blindly from the shop. Now ter and containing :if acie-- . its a me ...ercer county lair lainK individual, the struggling masses the Onondaga pay sand is. encounterUn(f few ,urinK the past recur., he only owes us for two years. . . liw hnl.l In . I. mi.lv.. I llfltltK un.l lill . .... . Harrodsburg last week. Edrar T ... . ed, affords indications that have led ,s ,. i ...ir .j W(,eK tnat naVt, Ihe partnership. The United Realty, ,,, ,ait Saturday the property ot Richmond, is showing hl.their ways upward over J,, e There was never a time In the hiscim a cumber of thc more prominent comCompany, or Lexington will have tlie,of j)n, Sophia Trendway, in Paint strinK of saddle and harness horses and jagged edges of adverse condl panies to secure leases in this county tory of this town when the readers of sule in cliarge and it will sell. Ucu oT 3050.00r the farm of Mr.'" Ucrea's big fair this week. He will tions, with torn feet and bleeding and start drilling, which ia. many this paper were so Interested in the 1 cases has proven to be productive. -. Will Smith on the Kirksvllle pike to men show nt Pcrryville, Lawrence- - lingers to God's sunlight." . . . advertising columns as they are to- D. (Lincoln.).-- , Mr. Rhodus, for ss.ooo.oo; the burg, Shelbyville and the State Fair It is reported that more than 03 day. "With prices of everything up Mr. Doty made In all, Our philosopher says: If a man is wells were sunk during- - the drilling or stock of goods nnd dwell-tio- n at Louisville. In the clouds, the average man On the back page of the first tee- - store-rooenough to buy an auto, he season of 1918, only 15 of which Kos- - at ,Jouml t0 eight showsat Harrodsburg and took woman is keenly alive to the possl-Jiilit- y of this issue you will find the ad.',n of J- six in dry holes. The wells rangof shaving off a cent or two in vertiscment of "The Lincoln l'iic,wm Smith, for a reported price of I..H.I blues, being second In one rim? ought to be able to see the value of .. . .......... .1 ed in production from five to twenty education for his ne won me cn """ .Ul-- .l I.. the price of necessities, and watches Line and Refining Co." which tells Rt",ul -barrels a day. The fields proved to nis siai- T. the ads like n hawk in the hope of you some interesting news and Willi VTT? I be locations fur pasters aa well as oil mess ll,un Nob,f",a"' thc heavr finding some relief. The W1SK nter-cha- convince vou beyond a doubt that the wells, and during the drilling cam " takes advantage of this and line will e built and .fso tells of the TraiIo Commls!lion. re. Thf wun Ills . . .. . places his propositions before the peo- fn m nil. .nm. nt mnnev inul i n..w iik Grey, full sis Michigan has passed a law to en- paign of that year, ten gas wells were - iporiing ro congress, ueciareu . .nign I crack filly, :. : completed, all of which are good prothe Lady in ple each week. -- ring ..no ..as ueen n a., .rom wie h,)e pricl1 are ,ue t0 exceMivc ,,ro. ter ,to Maydan. Many expert horse' courage the planting of fruit and ducer .me rennuries. ueau u, u will n,. i .h nnrlc-- r. trees along State highwould pipe men who saw this grand little filly In During the extensive .frilling cam-paig- n If every person In this town pay you. pyramiding shoe prices by unwarrantaction, sayj that she gives promise of ways. It is believed that these trees of the present year more than devoto thirty minutes euch week to ed hide price increases, the supply of developing into a better show pros-pewill preserve the roads and at the forty completions have been miide premcleaning and beautifying their which it is alleged they control. same time produce food. On vahere, only five of which are dry holes. than her grey brother, Mr. ises and the public highways and Lady Walnut Hill, the hen that top of this the tanners took except' Doty's sorrel marc. Flashlight,' beThese wells are small producers, cant places we would soon be living beat thc world's record by laying 94 ional profits, while shoe manufactur came 111 and he did not show her .t averaging about ten barrels a well. It COY In u veritable Garden of Kdtu. And eggs in 94 days and -'- J- eggs in u ers uemnmlcit an unusual margin Harrodsburg. Is reported .that during June seven Richmond Register It is so simple, and easy, and without Mr. Jesse Dean of Harrodsbuig Is wells with a paying- flow of oil were material cost. Hut, like every other year, will receive visitors at the ex and retail orders charged prices that of the College of Agriculture at ure not Justifiable. The commission's visiting relatives here. brought in. In July 20 rigs were nt proposition in life, it requires a head, hlblt a directing genius, some one to take the State Fair in September, This report covered a four year's period. Miss F.thyl Clouse spent Saturday !vorK nml 0 "umber of contract made Exhibit by the college will be much 1914 to 1J18. inx the ''""'"S ot more welli In this the lead and push it along and keep with Me.'.mil Mrs. Milo Simpson. and attractive Have we such a genius more comprehensive it pushing. n .Mm. Ell- - On.tn., r n.m- - ...... county whJth U Proving to hav "During the last fifty or seventy than it was in 1018. Great rate and Be nmong our citizenship? five years (principally since 1840), the first of last week with relatives ?! " thought have been put into in.ikin; great Lexington Details of the United States Grain while the farge cities in this country ncrCi con- the cure of soil, the m.inagi ir.cnt of We extend our sympathy, Corporation plan to sell flour nt $10 a and Kurope have been growing the Mr. Hnrve Stephen spent Saturday When in need of Dental Work, call to farms, the handling of live stock and gratulations, nnd commendation were made public recently by ettablished agricultural areas that night with Mr. E. Whitaker on Buck on Dr, M. K. Denny. who have the building of a dairy herd impress barrel Office in Cen-trour friends In congress Julius II. Barnes, United States wheat produced food were supplemented by eye pike. Record Building. Phone 217-24given up their six weeks vacation in sive. director. Under the plan restrictions the opening up of new lands In the 14-2- t. Miss F.tta Hill who has visitorder to settle the grave problems are placed on the price to be charged middle West, Canada, Brazil, Argen- ing her sister, Mrs. Dillardbeen Simpson which are causing so much unrest in, ShoWS by wholesalers, Jobbers and retail ers. tina, South and Central Africa, Aushas returned home. the country just now. We have d One hundred and fifty breeders at- The flour will be sold in tralia and Siberia. hopes that something tangible will Miss Montia Hardin of Lexington, "Food products, chiefly grains and tended the annuul open uir meeting sacks on a basis of $10 in the terrisomething spent last week with her parents, Mr, come out of Washington of thc Kentucky Holstein Breeders' tory west of thc Illinois and Indiana meats, were produced on virgin, unthat will stableize the dollar, return Association August 5th at Coldstream line and west of the Mississippi from fertilized lands. Kmigrant labor was and Mrs. O. J. Hardin. Plow Wheat Land by August ISth. conditions to normal, allay the growMr. James Litrell spent from Farm near Lexington. Thc guests Cairo to the Gulf of Mexico, not In- employed and subsequently there was ing unrest of the people, and bring with his were shown the herd bull which wus cluding the Pacific coast region, and cheap railroad and steamship trans-potatio- Thursday until Sunday Stubble land that is to be sown to sanity out of the chaotic conditions recently purchased for 1 100,000, a at $10.25 In the so until recently the people daughter, Mrs. Sam Murphy. remainder of the winter wheat should be plowed by the which now surround us. Mr. and Mrs. James Matthews and middle cow worth 125,000, and other animals country. Jobbers and wholesalers in cities have been fed on food proof August, The United Statgreat value. must guarantee to ll to retailers duced and sold at a price which did daughter, Sinla Elizabeth, spent Sun- es Department Our philosopher says: Don't feed of of Agriculture and The guests were addressed by D. D. at not more than 75 cents additional not take Into consideration the cost day with Mr. and Mrs. Moae Bay and State experiment the stock mor'n thty can eat up clean. stations have made Aitkin, ot Flint, Mich., president of and retailers are confined to an in- of production and the value of plant family. many teat. Those of the past year Even a pl? don't relish left overs. the American Holstein Breeders' As- crease of not more than $1.25 over food contained In crops which mutt Mr. and Mrs. Len Cobb anil daughcorroborate the earlier ones. "The It is better to be an old man's sociation, Fred Field, breeder, of the wholesale price for the original be returned to the soil to maintain ter, Miss Mattle Beulnh and Mri and earlier the plowing, the larger the young man's slav- e- Montlcello, Mass., J. W, Newman, of packages and must not charge more productively." Report of the Food Mrs. McKlnley Matthews aaent Sun- yield", darling than a has been accepted doctrine for Prof. J. J. Hooper, of than seven cents a pound for broken Problem Committee, the Merchants' day with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Matthews years. Other things being equal, It provided the old man is a man and I Versailles,-anKentucky Experiment Station. packages ot any site. Association of New York. (the not a silly ass. and family. he Ids good. Cracks At Creation. Dr MILTON ELLIOTT GEORGE O. BARNES PAINT LICK TEAM JUDGE HARDIN DEVELOPMENT High finance Is an ancient number, Will Locate Itl Dailvillc, these days. Profiteering has backed Memorial Fund Grow- Easily Defeats Law Makes Statement And Of Oil Fields Delayed . 1. ir ' It gives the Reconl ureal pleasure ing Rapidly. Gives Some Reasons renceburg Last recommend to the (food people of A Hundred Years by It Is time, mothers, for you to mand nn eight hour ilay for your- - Danville and Doyle county, Dr, Milton A fund of $1,000 is being raised For His Recent KHiotti of tkis city, who has recently You deserve It. selves. Lack of Transporgraduated with splendid honors In the through friends of the late George O. Ml tills tfllk about "saving Kurope" Defeat. tntnl Department of the University Barnes to have erecteil over his grave Before n crowd of several hundred tation. bears the earmark of a carefully stag- - f at the Danville cemetery a monument nn.l expects . L Picnics and Hay Rides Crow's Feet. DID YOU KNOW """'' "' """" ") jii"i Baby Girl, w in Brodhead Fair. Taxes Now Due. Roasting Ears. Fine Tomatoes. Clubs Help Schools. ntl'Pa11 bale boon. Several Sales Doty Cleans Up At n Jr Harrodsburg Fair. .,..... ... ripe Line ror . .". Why Shoes Are High. ' "J? " h.n J" "" ' To Shade Roads. Hen Will Receive. Why Food Prices Arc Increasing. Flour To Reasonable & a,f "n" $100,000 Bull. Early Plowing Gives Largest Returns. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 14, 1919 1 Dally li' lirm wont to ,r ny h Altootther Tco Much Hat'.c. cnnljw waitlist Jtnl;-"What's WmnlmU" "Tio lirsty, tt" hnsty. m.-his no time to Hives n eases, ruse nf mine hns bts-- nil f !m ilod.Pt onlr ten Joars nnl lie ln!ts Memphis; mi m.r coins to trial. r"r Not Much ta Choose. Zhv honors nr" nbout ctrn. whether t. :r J'li wears out oiir shoes or jour I'lllVM It M'ls Jolt ''"l lllxillt $!-for replacements In cither event. I tias Oily Star. Pte:- ."Across n Roo'l n bool l"i t.-- Efficient Refrigeration. t Itcfrlircrutlon curs for lrnnportlni Willi which nn l.'ngllsli railroad meat Is cspTliiiftitlng lire said to maintain 11 im:i 11 teniMratttrv 11s rl.ibnrato plants 011 steumshlps. "Penn;ylv-i;.- . 1 i .' i i .," t t i.iy bo Dut:h.' Is it patol4 11 1 o, t !i ' ' t ii Well Floor for Danrlnj. A floor wanted for il.itu'lnc should lip swept nnd srrubhtsl. unit when ' ' '' Iteyoi'il v II ' tc wnshtn' so r.ml till! siipsisl Herman. Ibis .II- -' "IVnns. Ivr In wc.-- 11 I the inula e 11 e ' ISirly f I . !' of South I'ennsyl-- t DIXIE el b 11. r I'.hln. ami f tin' Ian- - Had Nothing on Mother. "Siwiit was n great tirtlst," said sprinkled with the tori her of the drawing class. tlionmslily ilry well boraclc nrhl. which should "With one stroke be c 'il (hange a Isnvilerc-Tin- - children nulling fine Im nilibpil In tlionmslily. u s -- nv.ftil one." Johnny. of Hip house may wlili advantage bo 'That rln't ii.vh: rI allowed to dunce on It. tint '.Me iiml'i. r ib las lots of times." pinte A lb- y i Definition of Kindness. f the Intermediate The teacher room liaJ been trjlng to tenth her pupil" the value of many virtues nidi as truthfulness, honesty, kindness, etc. To tost I heir knowledge cave them an examination, asking fur definitions for thee tlrtiics. One tntmgster defined kindness In this mi : "Kindness l being kind to etcry human creature from 11 ant on up." New Oil Substitute. factory bus been starlet! In Sveilcn for exlraitlns oil from schist, thus nibllne oue more to the number of substitutes nlreaily on the market. I.nr;!e quantities of ntuni schist nre form! In the district, j Iclilltijr liemlne and crude oils. Really Important Point. Ilotand bad fuuiiil a pencil erner anil. oiTellns It to hi little cousin, hi said: "Von cull hate It, Haxel, 1M )oii know bow to wrltel" Then, evidently he happened to think Unit she s noulil hate no use for nn eruir she muile mistakes, for lie added; 'Ho u know how to write wroiiBl" Plants That Feed en Animals. That such plants as "Venus' fljrtrnp" actually ratch and Hpieere to ilealh flies nnd other lneits allchlltiE on their lentes lias I011K been known, but the discovery Is compunilltrly recent that the plants dlcest the softer parts of their prey by means of ieptlc ferment secretisl bj-- the lentes. These are real Instances of plants feeding ilium nnlmals. Ad In New York. York's flr- -t pliino ndverllse-ii"M- tl was prluteil on Jan. Ill, Inliii .lamb Alor. whiw store win lit : (Jut-oi- l "tree!, "next thsir but one i the friends meeting house," was he interller. He announced the sale t "nn iisiortmenl of pianofortes of ' construction, miiile by the Ih-- i makers of I.0111I011." rirst Plsno GARAGE FOR Now "Peter's Pence." wns the I'cterspcnce or Peter's annual contribution for the support of the papacy. It ciinsMetl of the payment of n silver penny by every family that possessed Inml or entile whine value in .HI pence. In Kngland this payment wns abolished uniler Henry VIII, nml In other countries OM not nirvlve the Iteformatlon. j Busy Week for Charles. Charles was belne buttoned Into a rleuii white ull one Sumlay morning used, lifter 11 sbbly week. "Well." h 'this has been Mime fxcltlnir week. Jliuiday we went to the 7.11; Wcdnes-iln- y I lost n tooth; Thursday win (ilailys' blrthihiy: Friday I was lck: jestenl.iy I had my hair cut, nml now lire I am rushing off to Sumlay school." SERVICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. The Gypsy's Revenge. Cicada a Dainty Feeder. II. Campbell hud his fortune told World's Greatest Cataract. The real locust Is an Indiscriminate I last week by one of the s.tpsles who V lull Is sit down us the greatest Eter, sriiln Holds, corntlebls, meadows, have been In this neishborhiHid lately. 'in.i:n t In the world Is on the Igiiam 'pastures, weetl putt lies eterjlhlug some gasoline at While be was setting which partly sipjrates Itr11r.II I falls before him. The periodical clcatlu the Halsey rarage, preparatory In 1. Argentina. The precipice titer in llllllllj lllllllisi OfOIMl Ot llt'l It WHS trip to Albar.y, he was approachis! by cb the rlter plunges Is '.'1(1 foot long belle ted that In the ndiilt stage It ene of the fortune tellers.. who asked '1 b. that of Niagara being KIT feel. took 110 nourishment at nil. ltut the for money. On Ids refusal to "mine latiilnct Is i:i,lisi feet wide, or "M'tentoer-.ton- r locust" th,es eat while across" she told Mill be would bate 1. iioiii two nun n nnir times as wine us In adult nse. Its diet being loulliiisl the bad luck ull the rest of the day. And ! !..,ini. tl Is .wlln, !,!.,! II, ill IINMKin.- - to the juices if ptnitts, Mitked out III sure enough, he hud gone only u short i tons of water puss oter Nliignn very small iiiiintltle unit .wllhuut distance when the rear nle of his car nn hour. A like estimate sites the cuiislng Injury. broke! Oregonlnii. falls of Igiiaiu HU.Und.imo Ions. V. rur Tires and Tubes Oils, Gas and Accessories Few Large Rubles Known. Unlike the diamond nml emerald, rubles of large size are exceedingly far . hut mention has het-i- matte of a f v in the works of Marco I'olo. MiiH- , vlllc nnd oilier trntelers in t lit-- j Ulent, which may be bellt'titl or not by present-tla- y rentiers as the great j gems to which they refer have a'l , been lot to sight for centuries, un- -' less they are stored away aiiieng the necret treasures of I'ersln, Iluriua or j ! China. . Birds end Flowers. It has been istlumted that there are -- .ihki tttrlctles of wild flowers growing In the lloiky Minimum National park, and more than l.tmn species of birds building their homes In the Hrs, aspens, spruces nml willons of that section. i:ven the tiny bumming bird nnd s the llnd life easy on the summit of 1 'Ike's peak. Some of the other tinners are the lrlngod gentians, columliliie. buttercups ami daisies aud ill lit uli- - pinks. exempted for Reason. When parliament of the commonwealth of Australia enm-tea law some years ago prohibiting the meat .f Aslalle ant! nullte Islam! bilioivrs In that country, the crews, I ti ls nml other workers In the t.dustry ut llrtNinie were Mulajs nml l.ianese. .More I linn 1..VI0 Japanese "in1 eiirdojed In (lie pearltlshliig ilts .s. Kur a time It was feared that lb. new law would destroy the Industry '.ut no attempt was made to enforce the law. Call Phone 45 for quickest service and best workmen in town. Reasonable rates on storage. Dodge Brothers Service Station. PUBLIC SALE 1'' of three farms near Nonesuch, Woodford County, on Thursday, August 21st, 1919 AT 10:00 A. M. on the premises. The owner, C. A. Reed, has instructed us to subdivide and sell his farm of 329 acres in three tracts as follows: The homeplace comprises about 140 acres, has a splendid new eight-roohouse with front and back porches, with all necessary outbuildings, including stock barn, large tobacco barn, is well watered and very well fenced. This is an ideal home and has been in the family for many, many years and owing to the age and feeble health of the owner, he has decided to sell and move to town. The location of this place is very desirable, being within a quarter of a mile of the village of Nonesuch, where there are two churches, two stores and a nine months graded school. For a home or an investment, you couldn't beat this farm. m TRACT NO. 2 comprises about 80 acres; has a log house weatherboarded, well watered and all table land and we think as good land as you will find in Clover Bottom; has a splendid pike frontage and a very desirable small farm. TRACT NO. 3 comprises about 100 acres, has a house, barn, other outbuildings, one of the best springs in the county About 60 acres of this is in grass, balance in cultivation. These tracts will be sold singly and not as a whole. Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale. t Bolivar Bond J. R. Bond, & REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS. Son merchant at Nonesuch, will show farm to any one interested before day of sale. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 14, 1919 Fairy Gold I 2 15c Is it Possible to Legislate Life and Brains? L'y T. n. ALDBKSON IC.irriM, Vm t44--M--M- 1111. br ih pvr L'nlon ) ..inn N.oi. Jlyrn Now All You Good Fellows, Come Fill Up Your Pipes k. Swift & Company is primarily an organization of men, not a collection of brick, mortar, and machinery. In low, ili Unite lone, mnl IMgur Ituilil reilliil Hull be tui'iinl wbnt li Mild. If be liml xliiiwn itenulno illnippolut. ni'iit or l lieurt pntn ie iiiUht h.1 rctri'lli'il II, fur Jljrn n fn-elpnlliiili-- , Instiiiil, Imiwcvit, his brow ilnrkeneil, his eye Kloweil In n wnilliful, sinister wny Hint tninle her shrink ntul shuihler nml be fulrly lils--- I "It run iieier be," fiVp v Packing Plants, their equipment and usefulness are only outward symbols of the intelligence, life - long experience, and right purpose of the men who compose the organization and of those who direct it. Will not Government direc- ft tion of the packing industry, now contemplated by Congress, take over the empty husk of physical property and equipment and sacrifice the initiative, experience and devotion of these men, which is the life itself of the industry? What legislation, what political adroitness could replace such life and brains, once driven out? Let u It will Interest you. Address Swift & Company, Chicago, Union Stock Yards, J tend you a Swift "Dollar." 111. Swift & Company, U. S. A. yftjvju fr--, AJ i2.VO Awm i i Myv. S7 VA tf H II Whm bccomis Ht f CtlVtD BY SWIFT & COMPANY ' w SSDiTNWOUCtl ccmi live ANIMAL Vt6t OOUAS orV V 1 AT l ' al wM TmSlartBilmrl JW t 7 jtcf II y OJ0 nil V I n n.ioroTHC AND II.IHIlt CIMSFSS KM) . VsvX &M '' MIL", . ,wTTMl'IJU,, M Llibon's Ganvbllna Clubs. Tin- - I'ortugucse are Inirn gambler, mil Hi.- - most lirllllmit nil!" n( iln'lr night I If.' It found In tin' exclusive diibs of tlii- - city nf LUIxm. Wonder-full- y Where H Th lici'ii uppoliitcd, llli added iiltractlons lit csii'lli'iit dining rooms, music. dancing. rooms niiil libraries, they nri' kept nllve l.y tmu thine the love tif Iny. bred and by process nf j timntlv selection In brcdlug n smaller nml more net I villi's tliiiu tin- - mastiff iix evolved. The suialh-- r dog wns founil tn In bettor suited fir sport lliim the lnn r nml dog, slower mastiff. Tinwithout n ilniilil, niiulrril n Inordinate iiiniiiint tlrt Got the Name. t.ii I I.loir appears to have friMii t In- - Dtgllsh iiinstlfT, "f i'im-nc- . Funnel Made From Milk Dottle. l Hint lin n wide range of' application ulmiit I In- - household, nml' In fond. canning season, tuny bo innilt liy cutting tin- - body nf un ' ordinary milk bottle. Tin- - bottle la trlmimil nt ilu. desired point liy tying nn cord around It nml iiii1 lntr 11 match. Tin- - glass will break evenly nt Hint ilnl. After) breaking, tin- h kiiiikiIIiiiI nff on j mi rliu-rwheel mid the fulini-- In rt'inly I ; for use. A f inii),-- Origin of theiHandkerchlet. Tin' tracing of ilif term "pocket handkerchief" reveals some ii-iillans n facts. At first It ii levering for kerchief (eoiivro-chcf- ). llii-It became hnndker-ilili-- f. the head; l carried li covering for the In tlu IiiiiiiI. nml lit length covering for the bend held In tlio linnil or kept In Ilu IHK'kot. Netcd for lit Tobacco. Much of Die weulili of Vlrelnln nml Curlousl Some birds are awfully curious and nf her nipitnl Iium nlwnys lii'en bnsiil mini In know wluit Ik coImli on. Ho on tin lure of Hie Vlrulnln weoil. In NoM'inlirr. 1UI n lobiu'eo wurrli"lle If tin- ii huninn lirlns In llulr nHclilMirliiH.( they will roim, to imerlnj; Mi.tmi nimre feet of piiee, nml kmI.I to be tin- - InrKeil In llio Inwhtlcnti. nml to nrolil. nml Soiitli, wiiK eotiipleteil In the proxper-ou- i ono of iIk-hhlriN Ik IIih little onntr, town of Small HusuiirhliT. Tills Mnl tin h it proferi'nrt" for wimhIk wliUli lire low uuil iltiuii ton, Vu., In one of the prliuiiml lug eitloii'. of the olil ktiite. nml onllnnrlly kivpM will ulthlu tlm of IiiiikM HilikrtK. Tills Mnl. At mi iiiictlou lielit at IhlK Iioiim on pmuuN of leaf wlili Ii mnccK tlirouiiliout tlm openlni; iluy tolmix-o- , ViiIUhI Sliiii'M. M'iiiU Ilu winter In urninctil In liJM plleu, iiorllii-n- i ruuul.t IUn,lKH. South Aini-rlcn- . w Filipino Provtrbt. ocrlnlii illnnlty In miiny of tin- - irovcrlM nut he to the l'hllli-pln- o Uliiuils. "A iicrii Ik brui-- for liU tin- - FlllpliioK wounilK," my, "The qunllty of pihl U known l.y rubbing It again! n tone-.- '' Mini iK'npltc "lie couiiki'1 la on tlio way to misfortune." "tVho.'er lielloieK pirrythliie thut la said Iiiin no inlnil of hla own." In xorav thero Ik Kenlle humor. "A sleep, lug hhrlmp Ik nirrliil nwuy by the cur rent." "A (Uh U caught by tlio moutli." "If you uleep. brother, tha crocodile will eat you up." Thorn Ik ii Fiction Concerning Sargona Sea. Tbr SnrKon'ii sen In llio uorlli Atlantic Ii mi n ren through which no ocean currents put. It Ii compiim-tlrel- y Mill witter, forinlnu u oort of rilily lulu which honwetil lenil tn ilrlft. Writers of llcllnn huvu belli Hip nzi'K huve tlml Hie ileuil of founil retliii; phiee In IIiIk riMy mid liuve Hi'plei them ullh llio splrltn of i. loat liinrlner. The lilen U pure The SiirKoKiu mii tuny bo mi vl y gnleil without i'K'rleneliiK liny with Keiiweed uuil without aorlni n Ueriik-I, "Tin re's sotiirboily elel" Tlml Is not for jo" lo know," salil Mtrn simply, nml Just Hmii muni-ru- ' ntiiie Into tin room mnl, Himtsli sub lenly, lluilil inniiiiireil lo loino the biiitso without further outbrenk." "Ami I know who It Is," be Krntiil nut. "It's Hint Morion fellow, line of the Klrls tobl mi- - ho wns u remlnr culler on Mjm. A beufiirly ims liniile, me, with n nml she turns tin- - ilnwti fortune nml soclul Hiltlon. Well, I'll use bntli to ilnwn this presumptuous putiper who bus ilurcil to cross my The Velvet tin pntb," "Th" other fellow" wus Imloeil is twice ss big Itruce .Morion, but he wns neither mv as shown here Tly strbkeii nor n rouitnon Inborer. t Inly ll enr preibuts he hinl tukei, half n floor In ii bull. line flttrsl up for smnll Imluslrhil plnnts. He iiuule n pecbilty of liiiullml lll'truiili'lits nml anpilrcil n ery fair mehiinlciil isptiti. incut There wns soinethlnc of n luys-ter- )' "Bill" to other, nbout Morion, lie hail coine to the city homo of bis obi uncle, Albert good pipes ever good Uuraiiil. about u )enr pretlotis with ' his mother. Mr. Pttrmul was nbl to best, 'tis in pipes go be out of bis tiiiml nml his sister undertook bis cure. bowL NMmhIj- - whs iiicourii!."eil In visit the obi liiiraml home. It was u ploniny mmistori cone Into ilecny, friendly smoke. is IMcar llinbl craftily set his wits nt work to tlml some vulnerable sjnit mc.de . is :ll'tlt bis rival Hint wiiulil illscreillt T ti tn In the Myra, but of for pipes. as fulled utterly The moral character of Morton was aboie reproach. It good day. leaf, is bud been In the criiien mind of lludil to sit-l- to linderinliie his business by mellow middle age. the Introduction of n rhnl In the Mini' line, hut he learned that Morton, while innklni; no ereat pretensions as to "meditates1' long seasons prosperity, hnrt n contract for his output reaching nier several years with off wooden hogsheads, rawness. 01? a resinslble distributing house. One day Itudd was seated In n wood." Cur. tobacco in drinking place he favored with his presence occasionally, when the comer-sntlo- n and comes cool, tobacco nf two men at an ndjolnbig table attracted bis attention. He prickgood, good better. ed up his cars as tho name of nice Morton wns mentioned, and nn eager hope mine Into his swclous inlnil ns, like his companion half intoxicated, one of the men made the remark: "Morton, let mo go. He wouldn't If he knew nhnt I could tell about him, I could send him tn the l tetiH.iry, nml he's made the mistake of his life In setting me ndrift because I went on a two-daylittle celebration." The two men finally separated mil is of good Itudd wt himself 'Insidiously nt work to reach the confidences of the former like "frosting" on cake. tobacco, itnplojee of Morton. Ho piled him ageing, with liquor nml fanned the llnnie of from mildness comes from resentment ngulnst Morton. In n is maudlin wny Hie mini, who gave his tobacco frathe life baked out. name ns Klhnii Dnlhy, Imparted to perfume. an grance, him Hie substance of his uiifnvnrnble knowledge regarding Ilruce Morton. one. One cigarette. "Whisper, now," he said, ns ltudd pressiil Into his band n fobltsl banknote. "Pon't mix me up with It, but work out my hint as far ns you like. says: good old Morton Is a counterfeiter, mid the i storehouse of Ids false coining U the mysterious old pluce, where he liven friendly "Fill yo' f' with bis mother mid uncle." It was under the Impulse of fenent friendly Yo' mouth, elation (but Itudd llltele-tc- d n detective In his A close watch wns old world set on .Morton. One day the detoctUe made n decisive report to Itudd. "Two nights In the week," be stilted. "Morton remains after working hours In n little room of Hie plant which he allow no oiui lo enter but hlmelf. There he has molds, n stamping and n great mass of metal. It looks like gold, lie turns out nbout u peck of what resembles twenty-dolln- r gold pieces, places them In u suliliel and disappears with them In that gloomy old home of his uncle. This Is one of Ids working nights." "Then nail him with llio goods on him," dlrectisl ltudd. "Oh, but I've got him fust now. I wonder how old John I.oe would like to hae a who Is ii counterfeiter." Cloth From Pjnea-ple- s. Javelle Water. Somewhat Elderly "Boy." IM-- .r llu.l.l ut.lli,! n l.l l.n..l ! This water Is lino for removing I Aside from Irs isllhle oualllles the Hie morning expecting grout news ' "What's the matter with Flossie tonight J" Hoinelsuly asked Tesslo Talms- - stain. Take one hiiiiiiI of sal soda pineapple Is little know" In Ib'.s counfrom the detecthe. About noon there try, says l'npulnr Mechanics Mug.izlne. cmne a brief message from that In- co In Hie dressing room. Indicating ono mid Hie cciiIh' worth of chloride of bowl, In t'hliui, however. It Is especially cul"Wrong elite. dividual: Drop the of the girls who was showing unmis- lime. I'ut thorn In uu earthen use of the leaves In tivated ense." And. ns ltudd hail fully paid takable signs of lemper. "Her 'boy' add two ouurts of water nml stir. Lot unking for the cloth. The liber Is extracted htm, Iho detective came upon fur- promised to take her out to dinner to- It settle, then pour "IT the water and from the leaves by it simple process ther evidence. A week Inter ltudd night, and then didn't turn up." "How liottle It. It will remove' fruit stains! inailo Into threiiil. It is then run learned nil thero was to the counter-fel- t win thut?" "According to . tint she nml even Indelible Ink. Soak till stain mid said his fuiurlte grandchild Ik very disappears; then ipilckly wash !ii( on bobbins and simhiIk mid Is ready for coins. weaving, tho old unlive looms lelng 111." warm water. They were simply formed of n deceptive alloy nnd bore the numeral "twenty" on their face, the reverse Chinese Dietary, Literature for the Blind. holding the word "Abyssliiii." Old Chinese cooking has for lis general The first book In Kngtlsli printed In WorthlesstWlthout Moral Sense. Albert Durand from morning till night, basis chicken broth or poultry Jelly raised or embodsiHl letters for the use Men must burn to discriminate, ami under tho delusion that they wero reul and nsl sauce. of Hie blind was Issued nt Edinburgh that Implies n moral sense and un The lutler nccom-wuilmoney, counted them over ami out nearly ull tho dishes; It Is u ft.' years ago by James fiult. The first mid disciplined will. Without with all the delight ot a miser, and kind of dissolved meut Jelly flavored attempt lo provide literature for the them failure In the business of life Is with pimento nml inrliiudcr. I'ork and sightless was made In 17S0 by Hauy. certain. Masterful natures without this diversion occupied his mind and mutton ure almost exclusively eaten: ut 1'iirls. who Invented u system of inornl sense, or, If they have It, diskepi him tractable. With the murrtage of Myra and Mor- hlltX Illlll lllinol Hunt li.twii'.f mnv printing raised letters. Hauy used Hie ci edlctit lu It, are ulwuys weak naton the schemer decided bo hud ex- be bought. The number of edible dogs Ilyrlan or Slavonian alphabet In the tures. History gives the record of muiiy hausted his efforts, and left tlieni oaten annually In China la cstlinuted few brief works he published, and his such. They are profitable for "Instrucproject ended lu failure. alone tn the happy life upon which lit o.MKI.OOO.j tion In righteousness.'' they entered. out: F ever men are "Tom" and are ifs when their each If when Velvet's the For Velvet a mighty Kentucky Burley the leaf that Nature Wholesome and hearty, honest Burley the And Velvet that same brought to For eight Velvet throwing the truly "ageing the generous the calm and made kept in "young" Velvet Nature made the sweetness Velvet's sweetness a not "put on" Its natural not having Its fragrance true And Velvet makes not a A R11 Number As Velvet Joe heart with with An' let the thoughts, smoke wag." --the friendly tobacco The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 14 1919. ciraferiFini 1 w l In IEsS3B We represent one of the largest Roofing manufac turers in the South. As all kinds of material are advancing, you should place your order NOW for I.V Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. Conn J"" ijS,-50"Y"r- Brothers. nnd labor disturbances. It is time to enforce laws thnt will curb the unruly clc ment thnt is constantly stirring up strife between the races. It is time to mnkc America safe for Americans. spasms These periodical about "America saving the world" undoubtedly lit in nice ly with the schemes of the international bankers who want to finance the reconstruction of Europe to the detriment of our own country, thereby piling up fresh billions in profits for them selves, but they do not appeal very strongly to the man who believes in saving his own coun try first. The government has taken n sudden nnd determined stand in the fight to force prices down to normal nnd keep them there. May it meet with un bounded success in this laud able undertaking and it will if the interests of the great mass of he people are consid-tered. keeper finds that you will to him first, nnd como give him a chance of showing whether he enn deliver, he hns rmotivc for getting a miscroscope and studying the pcculinr needs nnd tastes of Lancaster people. Rut nothing Is more disheartening to a denier than to do all the microscopic work in vain nnd to find out, after he has stocked up to the best Of his judgment with whnt he thinks we need, that we have decided to depend on the metropolis nnd the mails. Folks of Lancaster, we don't want to be an imitation New York, an imitation Chicago, an imitation New Orleans, Pittsburg. Clcvelnnd, St. Louis. He who "ulways quotes is never quoted. He who nlways imitates is never imitated. Let's grow, folks of Lancas ter. Let's be g; But It's Up To You. If you want to wait and pay more you can do so, but don't blame us if you do. Our advice is to place your order for coal with us now and you will have your supply when you need it All Clean Honest Coal At Then, when America i: sav ed and is on a sane and stabl". A GREAT LIGHT DAWNS. lt oasis of economic condition., it On the first of January 100. will be time enough to talk of a law goes into effect by which to "saving Europe and the world" f organization was the finance committee of the The Central Record eliminate n number needed the of WE RESPECTFULLY BEG TO senate and the ways and means leakages, and to Bet the pro- committee of the house are to In REMIND SOME OF tw congume. bv form a joint committee to fix ROBINSON, Editor. J. E. in short, i; moro (ijrecl route YOU fix what expenditures are to be R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor nnd Mgr. ifo remove some of the middle- "The Inst bill that ever gets undertaken for the finnncinl men. year. And when the figures paid is the tailor's." Entered at the 1'ost Office in necessary s Mail ) It is still more Ky ns Second-Clas- s This used to be a familiar have been reached, nothing can newspaper is not rsady Matter. be added to them except by inwith the solution. If it was. proverb; but is less familiar tervention of the president, or Lancaster, K.. August 14, 1919 the editor of this paper would now. For one thing, cash by a vote of the set up today as the greatost tailors are rather numerous committee'. You get your suit Member Kentucky Tress Association economic genius of all time. these days. This is better than allowing ani He would write the name of our if you pay for it. League. in many lines of busi twenty different committees to But Eichth District Publishers beloved town on the map of the authorize expenditures whenworld in letters big enough t,i ness it is usual to complain that ever they feel like it. It is exRates For Political Announcement,. collections in thnt line are slow be read from the planet Mars. tremely difficult to keep track For Precinct and City Offices.-J5.0- 0 Getting down to the root of er than in any other. Every of accounts in which the items 10.00 For County Offices one who has collections to logical iliac if For State and District Offices.. 15.00 things, it seems total in billions. It is difficult in make thinks he is the hardest .10 a man grows n vegetable For Calls, per line to do these things, even when hit. .10 Alabama, nnd a man in Michi For Cards, per line the Record the outgoings are all recorded The editor of For all publications in the intergan eats it, that at least four in one book. Hut when a whole est of individuals or exprespeople should be paid some- does not make that complaint. library of ledgers is kept, resion of individual views, per There are probably people in jazz-co- n 10 thing the man who grew it, line who have more dif cording the financial .05 the man who transported it, the Lancaster Obituaries, per line ficulty in collecting than the certs of twenty committees, the commission man who distribut management of this righteous agglomeration is simply a kal Ticket. ee! it, and the retailer who sold periodical. But we have some eidoscope. Democratic it to the consumer. There A Xo wonder thnt this has been FOR GOVERNOR. no excuse for other middlemen, firy slow account anions our the most expensively run coun We don't say subscribers. HON. JAMES D. BLACK. and this limited number of that they are the slowest in try in th' world. No wondei GOVERNOR. handlers is not sufficient to exFOR LIEUTENANT there haw been tnxes on every plain the greatest disparity be Lancaster, but they are very tiling, from medicine to chil WILLIAM H. SHANKS. slow. So, if there are others in tween the price received by SECRETARY OF STATE. dren's toys. The recently pass the grower and that paid by Lancaster that hnve the same ed measure marks the begin MAT S. COHEN, difficulty, we trust that ' we the consumer. ning of a better day. When AUDITOR. It is evident that too many sOiall not be universally mis- i ccounts are kept in such a way HENRY M. BOSWORTH. understood in our attitude. It people who don't grow, or that wo can really tell what we TREASURER. transport, or even retail food is not a reproach; it is a re- are spending, we will probably HENRY F. TURNER. quest for consideration. stuffs have a voice in arguing The newspaper is not a par spend less, and need less. ATTORNEY GENERAL. what the price is to be and FRANK E. DAUGHERTY. get paid part of that price for asite. It is part of the daily life of a community, and de J. M. Metcalf, Surveyer, 25 yean arguing about it. CLERK COURT APPEALS. experience, iilue prints JOHN A. GOODMAN. thing i3 unwar- serves the same support as All calls answered promptly.lurntsneu. This sort of I1wne The other local industries. Ky. Superintendent Public Instruction. ranted and needs changing, least, 185, Stanford,folks. But how are we going editor performs, or, at L. E. FOSTER. tries his utmost to perform a to do it? Notice. Commissioner Of Agriculture. Will some local citizen come certain public service, anil asks JOHN W. NEWMAN. By mutual agreement of all the to the front with the logical tho i.'iblic to aid him in per stockholders the "ilex Carafe Comsolution, and make himself forming it more edict. n'ly. pany a corporation doing business in THE FARMER famous and the benefactor of The less attention he nti's to Lancaster, Ky., will dissolve on Aug. :, the 10th, 1913, end proceed to wind up give to his AND THE SPUDS. mankind? more attention he can devote its business. A few years ago an Alabama W. F. Champ. performance of farmer had 1,200 bushels of OURSELVES. OR OTHERS? to the efficienttries to lender. tho service he potatoes to sell, and a Out, Somehow. sweet Left Every few days some promiMargaret like Cecil'" puppies nnd southern commission house of- nent man comes to the front nlwiiyn refers In them a tier father PLAY IN YOUR fered him half a cent a pound with a harrangue to the effect dce. a n "litter of puppies." A (lay OWN BACKYARD. or two ago umithiT playmate called for them. Thi3 was the equiv- that "America must save the In to twin baby Uteri". Maralent of the price offered per world." And when traced It is handy to be able to get her was thoughtful for a moment at garet bushel. At the time this offer down, these statements invar- a thing as soon as you need it. the dinner tahli that day, and then, was made sweet potatoes of an iably find their origin in the in- It is prefernble to be able to Jo turning reproachfully n her mother, inferior grade were selling in ternational bankers of Wnll this better, at least, t'tan tc said: "Wo never have n litter of nt our house." the stores in northern states at street. wait a week or two, while a five and six cents a pound. The United States has al- letter travels from you to a The Camel's Swiftness. Investigation showed that ready contributed its blood mail order house, goes through Kver.vono hns heard of the wlftncn dromedary, that on there was not one person or one nnd treasure in snatching vic- various offices and factory de- it the ho can travel fasterhis mil he than an iuhIs firm that was making an un- tory from defeat for the allies. partments, and finally starts n Arab horse. There Is a picturesque conscious profit out of the dif- It threw the might of its weight movement from the stockroom llnsteni proverb which declare: ference between the consum- into the balance when the to the shipping department, re- "When thou vhalt meet a camel and my to the rider, Rood morning, before er's and the producer's prices. scales were tilting in favor of sulting in your ultimate at- ho r in have answered, he will be fur But there were altogether too the Teutons. It has done tainment of what you wanted off nnd out of sight, for tho camel'" Is wind." many people getting some pro- enough for the present. It is if it is really what you asked Alftiii'tx like thu out of each potato. There time to do something for our for. fit . His Privilege. were too many middlemen. selves. It is time to jail the It is more convenient to be HubertWanted not wnnt to have- Ids .'did The cost of transportation was, profiteers and make living con- able to go around the square, lioiilHHIuilr cut on, lie made n emit naturally, part of the leakage. ditions in this country such that pick it up in your hand, and fu . lie consented ufter hli mother hulr kl.l Railroads were privately o.vn a poor man and his family may say "how much?" to the clerk. loot: lilm that with short the ho wouldlike a hie boy. At usual beded then and freight rates wo j eat three meals a day. "Yes," you admit. "It would lime his mother told him to pi to bed, lower than they are now, but It is time to stableize econ- be more convenient if he had and no sadly mid: "I wish I didn't hire my hair rut. What Is I he use of this was not enough to bring omic conditions to such an ex- it in stock. But has he?" looking like a tig boy If I have to go the cost of the consumer down tent that we will have an end Well ; that part of it is large In bod the urn time as tho buby to the proper figure. Some kind to these interminable strikes ly up to you. If a local store bojsj" "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." nnd some day we'll be big enough to have others imitating IK. The Lowest Prices. irirrl Ell , S Gastincau. On Saturday Aurj.t Jnd, Joh-- . Hoscor, the little .m'ant of Mr and Mrs. Crovcr Cast mean, took its little (light to vc v. ith Jesus. The little one had been with Ihrm only n short while, but lone enouifh to be tho pride of the home. He wm only ten months old ani had been sick since April. N'ukuly knew it sutTerinir, but thing that could be done by lovinr hsnd and physician wu done, hut nil a in Min. Its parent waited anil hoped in icif-rn- w for their bahjr to rv-- f It is nature Vut hard to jrivt out I'ltle one from our arm, for their absence ar so tad. Hot the wisdom of our All-wi- n Cod it brt, if wc ran think so, and He alne, can comfJtt in (U troubles. 'Ye extend to the sorrowing par-entand nil who r grieved our ueeHsi prayers ami sympathy in their sad hour of sorrow. The little one was l.itj in the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday afternoon where peacefully sleeping he lies. "May we meet our darling baby, And see his smiles again, To soothe his tender forehead. Where no more farewells are sahl." tenant axiodot onaticiitu xitxH x r ; i j S Classified Column HATES i I J g nuw-;Thi- k two-thir- , J 8 3 cir Single insertions 1c a ward .N'o ad taken for lots ttmn 20c in tMs ecthmn. No ndt in this eolumn charged. Seven laserttons fvr the priest of flvu. 11ene orders rnott be pnld i jf g ptemptly. FOR SALE: 10 large stock ewes. II. Woods, Manse Ky. J. Teeth extracted without pnln, no bad results to follow, with the new injection Dr. Denny is now using. 2t FOIJ SALE: 8 gojd U. S. Army Tent Flics, 12x10, at 120.00 each. W. M. Cornctt, Lancaster, Kj. FOIE SALE: Handsome plate glass Jlirror In fiilt Frame. Sue 2 by i feet. For price nnd Call phone 2011. tf Memorial. On the night of August 2nd about U:30 orlock, the Death Angel visited the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Grover (ins tineau and claimed nt it.i victim their darling little ten months old son, John Itosroe. The little fellow had been ill about sixteen weeks nnd all that loving hands could do was without avail, for the wise anil loving; Father, who doeth all things well, called for his own when lie willeth. The sympathy of the entire commun ity goes out to the fond parents and relatives in this hour of sorrow- - and may they be comforted in these word of Jesus: "SutTcr little children to come unto me ami forbid them not for such is the kingdom of heaven. After short sen-iceat the grave on Sunday afternoon conducted by I!ev, J. It. Moorman, the precious little body was laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery. Try Kentucky Ilelle l'ie Filling for good delicious Ties, Lemon, Chocolate, Cherry ami Cream flavor at Coy Sanders. FOIl SALE: About 300 bushel-o- f nice Illue Grass seed at f2.2S per W. M. Cornctt. 7.17.tf. You can make better l'ie nnd cheaper rlcs with Kentucky Ilelle l'ie filling. No expensive material ed. For sale by Coy Sanders. FOK SALE: Good pair 15 hands horse mules. Well broke, good pullers, nlso bred jersey heirer weiirbt about 700 pounds. G, C. Walker. 14.21. - book-keepim- FOlt SALE: One pnir or work mules, as good as there is in the county. One good set or harness, I 4 wagon, good n new. Jack Collins, Lancaster, Ky. m-- any-thi- -- FOlt SALE: Several Pure Iired S, U Wyr.ndott ltoostcrs; $1.23 each, Full Duty Not Delng Done, if taken ut once. Alio tome older Much 1ms Ihmii doii for tin- - child, It. F. I). 1. much Is now being done, but tho best ones. I'hone 333-Irs. J, II, Lawson, Lancaster. U not being iloiif. It 4 lim.iril lh best that nil socl.il tndc.mir should aim. and short of the her ni.niu.r n. TOHACCO STICKS: We have an utate nor tilt IlidMtlual should rest unlimited amount of t.allst).d. W. flail; Hull. uiu.! nnl tobacco sticks for salej well seasoned; price iii.oti per thousand. First to Cultivate Tobacco. Carter nnd Smith John Itolfe wan the tlrst white man Cartemvllln. Kv. . lin cultivated tobacco systematically making It the nrlnclnal rron of tho FOlt SALE OR THADH 1(111 A plantation, "Varlnii," on the James, FORI) CAK: 12 horse power Inter-nctionI i nlilcli ho took his hrlriV tin, In. Gas Engine, mounted on Hun klng'H daughter. He beirnn hit truck. This engine ft nt mu- operation In 1C1I. and will be sold at a bargain. Will ilngeis. Ilucnu Vista. K. 1 I Look If you want your FARM SOLD AT A GOOD PRICE Ut. - Fortv-seve- n FOK SALE: S .utl.- don ewes nnd two rams. Thee sheep nro er.tu Rood In quality and age. Also n Six Horso power Fidr- D.WKS anil Mone gasoline engine; lio-Cutter, with all belt nnd slnfts. practically f tr See or call, S. A. WALKER, WakefeM Walker LANCASTER. W II, ilurtan. Lanrntter. Kv. Mgr. Realty Co. KY. Don't blame tho hen ir you haven't eggs tlris winter. STOltMES' DK'.'G STOKE. "You Must be Satisfied." , Est? Saver. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 14. 1919. The Impending Storm. While The Fields Die. ijherc nrc certain ii I'rofitccrws may yet be the undoing of this country. No nation ever theirlsts who nrc worrying nhftUt .he ' it profitbli rciult of nllowini; I'erman (.'renter llinn the government maintains, nnd If the government lah.ir 1. provide for reconstruction in docs not conserve the Interests of the the dcinitiitcd area of Kr.'.nc'. It is people the people In time lose con- jti iii'half of Iho French that they urc fluence In that form of government. uorrying. Trej nay so. "Aliat will' become of ti.e IV' ch The greatest crime in the hlat jry of Tin? our country ia that of profiteering, worl"r.i; mini" they lament. wholesale anil deliberate robbery of Gentian workman must be kept ', If he ii Ii wi'.k for rrtir.ee: be will ii helpless public. artificially forced Imvt to draw wages, nnd the Fieni'li Prices hnve been to such n high nltitudc that it is be- workman will be out of n job. If the coming mbre and more difficult for a Frenchman was nllowed to do the work, then he could draw the wages; poor person to even sustain life. The law of supply and demand no but with employment transferred to others he will starve." longer prevails. It hat been by one of gouge nnd grab. There la a slight fallacy in thU iir- I SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 20. SALESMEN- For Tho WANTED MOWER Pitless Scales, Lot of Iron Fence, cheap, Oliver Disk and smoothing Harrows, Cultipack-ers- , Riding and Walking Plows, Refrigerators, $10 and up, second hand oil stove cheap. Our prices are surprising on Brown wagons, second hand Malable stove, good as new, cheap. Get our prices on Cooks and Ranges. Incorporated Company has production and now running three Drills in proven Kentucky territory. Not n dollar of promotion or watered Stock. The Company is well managed, and the STOCKHOLDKilS will net the benefit of the proceeds of the SPECIAL PROPOSITION to reliable Salesmen. Oil produced. Cnll or write today DREADNAUGHT OIL and REFINING CO. Drcadnaught Oil and Refining Company, 5 If. Inter-Souther- n Iluililiiuf, Louisville, Ky. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. COST VALUE That" what you pu Mo a cteam separator. That' whal you Love of country can only be foswomen of sound and patriotic prin-- ! amount of work to be done In France, cipler, are predicting revolution us I it might seem plausible, but the trou-th- e tered where government is founded only meana of checking Friends and relatives received the suspicion and disgust in the mind of thisjble in that country ia a scarcity of linen not of Jobs. It is essentially news of the death of Mrs. Harrison upon, Justice and humanity. wholesale and lawless thievery. ProfBecauae it lasts Sheen to twenty yean the De Laval ia the moil Our government should take warn- - an agricultural country, and the Kay, although, while a distinct shock iteering and greed engenders only twom'ril cream Kpaiator to buy. K you consoler ki cleaner akin ing while there Is yet time. Pro- - fields of grain are rotting away for to all who knew --her, her death was a suffering people. MM. caiier runninc, stealer capacity tection of profiteering should cease lack jof harvest hands. Almost every hourly expected as she had been conand leat coat for repair, the price of the MARKSBUKY at once, and prosecution should be I square foot which would produce any-swi- ft fined to her room and chair several the market ia "cheapest" machine oa thing has been planted, and the crops months with a complication of disand relentless. Mrs. Forest Curtis was ill a few eases, which caused intense suffering. We can not afford to have our arc going to ruin, exorbitant in coopariaoa. This estimable couple had enjoyed days last week. If every man, woman and child great country wrecked upon the rock With pretest hiaji him lit poect Mr. Luke Shears has purchased a of greed and avarice. And yet to-- 1 ' Imt n hand in the lie id J, the situation some 10 years of married happiness and the scarcity of labor this i tract to new Fonl Car. day, because of the supine Inactivity could not be sav-- d at this date. And tcgethcr. Three children came than ever. Messrs Iver Poynter, John Roys-to- n of our public officials, we arc head- - France must keep up a large army to bless this home, and a fourth while provide a human bulwark against not adopted, was raised from infancy. ing straight toward destruction. and Charlie Blanks spent Sunday Walt ..II you a Da Laval Public endurance ia at the break- - Herman- - military ambition where dc- -. all of whom were present at her bed- - in Lexington. tuck aur tarma that it will pay is hovering mobilization of the British and Amcr- - side when she died, ing point. Revolution Mrs. J. W. Wood of Lexington was ( for lUalf out of tta ewa aavkaga. Mrs. Hay was 58 years of age and the guest several days last week of dangerously near. .lean armies leaves the rampart un- Wo want to aa you lbs b.iI The government should heed the ia member of the Baptist church. Mrs. Ed Perkins. lima you're in towsb The theorists need j Words are inadequate to express of impending stonn, before it ia too late Mr. Ryle Isom and family went to She was ready to not worry about the French working- - this noble woman. to prepare to meet it. Junction City Sunday and were the LATER YOU WILL BUY I man's SOONER OR Job. He has all the Job he meet her Master as she had often guests of Mr. Kelly Hogg and family. BOURNE. needs for the next fifty years. Iiut , expressed to her loved ones behind There is little or no change in the si mi l ir.e rreneu worKingman wnom uie ueain 01 mis gooa waman is Mi Alvic Jones is visiting Mi1). tho whiskered altruists really wish to ' the severing of the best connected condition of Mr. W. I). Marksbury, I.ouis Murphy this ueck. protect. in (iarrard county, being the last one who is ill at the home of Mr. John It h really the German with whom of the last survivor, of the well known Swope of Danville. .Mrs. F. W, Montgomery spent last A short scries of meetings closed To know her was This is Just Murphy family. week with her daughter, Mrs. Steve thcyiare sympathizing. one more of the numerous comic dis- - to love her and she was "aunt Nan- - with Pleasant Grove church last Sun Wnlkcr. guises with which tho nie" to all and she was loved arid day evening. Rev. May, the pastor, Messrs Herbert Doolin and Hamil- try to hide their Identity. babies a'fldj ii) f;, tip preaching. There were no never n stranger-amon- g ton iittrndeil services at Buckeye on nilditrons to the church. rim Her remains were laid to rest if? 'The farmers who have been low ed Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wylic las. Saturday night. BUCKe-v- e Thursday. 'eiery aaturuay spirited on account of n supposed Miss Illiur:.r Spcakc. spent thr The packers are now being blamed tne "Where there is no vision the peo,... .,,i .i, ...! noon M- - liivU vl.lin.l crop failure due to the drouth say th? . .1, week end with her nnrcnts. Mr. and A ;.. Wear llyrne's llurke. ple perish" I To those loved one left behind farm products have wonderfully deMr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis last Sntur-- 1 Mrs. S. H. Spenke. remedy is demanded.' The govern-- l glasses. ' " , ; veloped since' the last rain fall. lay night. ofiment must take over the packing in Anna lielle Crutchfield joictf iu wunK iciu aunt; ci uk ia uusi, u , Messrs Boyj and Rylc Isom have Miss Susie Robinson visited her, Sunday with Miss dust . caster, spent one so we ,e(, fof returned from, a trip to Cincinnati, .. ' grand-parent... ...... ... I Mr. and Mrs. J iiprn p .iinmirnmprr. ' . I '" i.il a Columbus, "Hamltton'and other points Allen last Sunday. ., ... ' .... they but hear the sweetest of all f tn Ohin Mrf. tnm nnd .latlphtpr. Mr. Ilnmlctt Jenninirs anil family, . u --TT words, "well done thy .good and good health to my wife! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Italian) vis. and Mr. and Mrs. Kdd (.row and little ;.. ,!,. . "I owe my ,,,!, ,lr--lr. .hinnin,. i:,., Mr. and Mrs. J. C. daughter, Felda, attended services at ,. nnu, rn,., l m,lrl, faithful servant." who had faith in a newspaier ail she ited his parents as Cincinnati where they spent sevItcmedy. 1 Ilnllard at the weeks enil. Huckeye Sunday and spent the re. ' suw of Mayr'a Wonderful Mr. Isom says eral days sight-seeinyou feel a good deal poorer Davis mil niainder of the day with Mr. and Mr. that Mr and Mrs. Sam down so badly with stomach and that lanj is much higher and not so every time you indulge in that lux I of suffer daughter, were the pleasant guests of I Walter Grow. liver trouble after IS years I ury. good as Kentucky soil. ing ami trying every knovin remedy Mr. and Mrs. John Klam last Sunday. Love is always blind. Many lov. The government is quite capable of An example of thrift and industry ! ' The Pie Supper at the Carterivillc WOLF TRAIL. that I had no faith In anything, inis maKing ine pacnera poor. - tny one crs wear glasses made- by Bjrrao. At I is found in a young man (name pur- s medicine has certainly been a 'God Lodge last Saturday night was a sucran feel Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, August posely withheld) of this place, who .hri diliLM tlu- send' to me," Itvia a simple, harm- cess, ami quite a large sum was realMrs. Abe llurton was in Madison ' quite happy about that And, us fur 25th to 28th. has accumulated a, small fortune. He the ised. The highest pie was sold for for the week end. less preparation that removes s this paper is concerned, that may will tell you that no legacy was left catarrhal mncus from the intestinal 18.80 and belonged to Miss EstelU happen any time, and welcome. We Mr. Hardin spent Sundity with Mr. Alt the wind in Washington about him and that money did not grow on tract and allays the inflammation IVnla. should worry about what happens to "saving daylight" will have no effect trees, only as. he made the "trees Irvin Simpson and family .which causes practically all stomach, Mrs. Walker N'antz was laid to we arent in the packing whatever on the earth. The old ball grow". Many reverses and responsithe weel. Miss Mi ttie Rankli. . lier ami intestinal ailmenta, inclu- rest in the Robinson burying ground ousiness. will keep right on revolving around bilities he has bravely met and yet by Fain. ding appendicitis. One dose will con- last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Nantz end u.i Mrs. Walter But while the government is mak- - the .sun at its regulation speed. brain, brawn and muscle he has laid Miss Alice Ray is with her sister, vince or money refunded. K. E. died last Monday utter an illness of ing the packers poor, will it make us whether we pow-wo- w or whether we by a neat little sum that go into the Druggist. Lancaster. Ky. about three months. She leaves to Mrs. Elijah McMillian this week. any richer? That is what we want bow-wothousands. (adv.) Mrs. Jesse Casey is with Mr. and to know. Will it make our meat mourn her loss a husband and one beside Mrs. J. R. Sparks for several days cheaper? son, and three grand-childre- n CARTERSVILLE. I a host of friends and relatives. She visit. If the packers have conspired to was n ilevoteil wne ami moiner anui Bnd Mrs. Homer tornion are Jackscrew prices up, so as to fleece Mrs. F. M. Carter is visiting her Muchwjth loved by all who knew her. this the public, we don't merely want to daughter, Mrs. J. U Pitts this week. sympathy is extended the bereaved lwevk, jjr, nm Mrs. Andrew Stotts We want to sec them impoverished. Mrs. Maggie Wylie and baby visit- ones in their hour of sorrow. j But pauperised. Mr jowe nailey and aon. and Mr see them ruined Mose Ray motored to Lancaster. Sat-- 1 this is a matter for accountants. If I they have done o, wt can easily find urday on business. investigating the ledgers. M. i. Harvie Teater vid daughter. " ut Investigations up to date merely were guej's Monday ol J.iiu make a packers , indicate that the Mr,. Jluvhey Moberlev but that the turnover is Mr. and Mrs McKinley Matthew. la r wonl spent the day Sunday with Mr. and (J the w h are Mrs. Silas Matthews. , ,o em nd to the cost of a number from this place at- - transportation, for which we really Quite tended the aeries of meetings at pay the government. Future inves Buckeye Sunday night. tigations may tell a different tale; Agec und but we should ask for more proof be Mr. and Mrs. Steve daughter were Saturday and Sunday fore we ark thj government to .sclie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stotts. the packing business. It is highly specialized, industry, Mrs. Lewis Teater and baby, Mrs to lifetime of experience Hilda Vincin of Madison spent the needs a is very delicately organizweek end with Mrs. Raymond Davis. learn, and ed. The government knows nothing Mr. Allen Matthews, son of Mr. about it, and would begin as an ama and Mrs. Silas Matthews wus badly teur, with everything to learn. In u rut Wednesday night at Gunns Chap few month)' it would dislocate the or aaVN el by Lomy Walker. Its ganization, and by dissipating A instead of concentrn 'ig Mr. nnd Mrs. Hughey Moberley and energies littlo daughter spent fiuturln nnd them it would develop ruinout ex. Sundcv with her parents, Mr and penses which the consumer would have to defiay in the increased cost Miv Iliirvie Teater. Mr. and Mrt. Harmon Teater and of meft It would be an vxcellent thing if family spent the week end with Mr. could hunnU all and Mrs. Alien Teater and attended tiic government staph Industries If it could. But the meeting at Gunns Chapel. of it will have to learn how first, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Asble Hendren apprenticeship the experts type of Western Electric near Nicholasville, were with Mr. and during itskept close at hand to show must be and Light is practically automatic in Mrs. Wilbert Dally for the week end how economics can grow out of 'sysits operation a child can operate it nnd attended the meeting at Gunns tematizing. Dependable electric service night and dayfor, Chapel. youf farm. Mr. and Mrs Powell Dailey and &ejthispJantJn-orxratioadaughter, Miss Bert, entertained at . dinner Wednesday Rev, Young and wpajsa. wife, Rev. Overley and Miss Grarie Deane Teater. watar cm details PHONE 27. Mr. and Mrt. Jim Matthews and dbHTkMa, caatan as otkac aktok daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Mc U aatUa KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, aatija. iSteTsI nklaaTHRaS sata Millian and aon, und Miss Alice Ray . mtkm ai prk apent the day Sunday with Mr. and psatpaU. b aaall drimUU. sr aurlian R.m.tfy Os., Ltllng ton, Ky. Mrs. Mose Kay and family Value in cream acparator depends upon the amount and tha ajaafay of amice you frt out f it. tab ouf of your cream separator. Ray. m LAVAL frK A HASELDEN BROS., The Remedy. rit Too Many Irons Woman's Faith Helps Husband. ..,. u Love. jr PARIS GREEN 50cts a Pound. BUSHEL SEVEN (Jn I I I 1 BARRELS OF t SALT $350 BARREL Its exclusive i Special Prices on all AUTO TIRES f it Electric Western & LIGHT POWER features make, "trouble-proo- BECKER and BALLARD. yOieDrop at R1MJI at I BASTIN BROTHERS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 14. 1919 WRIGLEYS The Flavor Lasts! nlways the best buy for t Loving Heart jj By ALDIIN CHAPMAN U Ij ENORMOUS LOSS OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS M THRESHING Sclsncs r thst old sirs Wins with wmktned kldners and digestive orgsns. to t.llve This b.lnit true. It Is thst br kpin ttin kliln.n In and tropr OKSns rlevnsed and working or.l.r old ase ran l deferred and lire prolonaed far beyond that by the average person. Tor over :oo yiurs OOI.tt MIIOAIi Haarlem on has been relievlnit the weaknesses and disability due to e )..vis. tl la a standard Inline rrtnedv and needs no Introduction itot.I) MKHAI, Hsarlem nil la Inclosed In odorless, tasteless capsules containing about S drops each. Take them aa )ou would A pill, with a small ii N.ws. Million (CpytltM. lh. ) Ill, br Tnlon Vr.iura psp.r Bushels of Grain Lost Each Year Because of Inefficient Methods. MACHINES IN REPAIR er the price m iMiedTieht-KeptRiaht five-cen- The greatest worth of beneficial refreshment ts tHi J World's Largest Crster. Chanje Wrought by Time. liny who tiod to ' I'r. II. I'. lrlw. who has been ex-b- e The plorlng the volcano of Jit. Kntmnl. In tickled to denth when his daddy now civ Iiltn n nickel to spend know has n ' Alaska, for the National tloogniphlcal n."ll lioy who doesn't thnt society, announces Jhnt this Is the nre nny coins lielow the half ! greatest crater In tin world. being no i'i 1"8 than "Inc miles In circumference ,;!(.!. and 3,1G0 feet In UeiHIi. Not Meant for Household Pett. If taken joule the grlzily l easy Colored Rains. The rain can nml does wnh down miyth'ng Hint happens to he In the nlr rt Ihe time. Including dust, sllen. snnll Injects, but we have no record of 'ndpoles being wnshod down out of tin" air. The phenomena of colored rains, rain of blood, etc can I readily explained by the prcxeuce of dust In the atmosphere. enough to handle, for at lilrth ho weighs only from 10 to L"0 ounces and Is about the size of n full crown chipmunk, Liter the hears run hetwein 350 nml Gnu pounds In weight, although they have been Known to reurh 1,7M pounils. This, of course, makes the dninestlcatlon of grizzlies liy apartment houe dwellers IHIUult. NEW OFFERING! $3,000,000 7 J. C. PENNY COMPANY Cumulative Preferred Stock Company operates tho largest chain of department stores of Its kind In states. the world, maintaining 107 Mores, extending Into twenty-fiv- e PRICE 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD Special Circular On Request. T.. 210 8. FIFTH STREET JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. LOUISVILLE THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR The Chevrolet Motor Car is in every respect. Built for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "3aby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. "There, old fellow! I think Jon can pet home comfortably new." The tones of the speaker were lis gentle and pleasing ns was his clear open face. Warren Spnigue had found n doe whining mid writhing In his path, one bleeding foot upllfied. A thorn hnd piliotrntcil the paw mid had broken off there. With Infinite cure Sprngue had reThe ' moved the torturing splinter. grateful animal licked his hand nf nway limping fectlonntely, but tvnggltig his tall ns Tt his great trouble of the inoiiieut was dlsliatcd. Sprngue started slowly In an opx site direction. As he did so there arose from some buhes the figure of a young woman of perhaps twriily. She wns exquisitely featured and grace ful ami girlish of figure, but the fine wns full of anxiety nml pallor and her attire common and worn. She stned peering after the man until he turned Into the tlrst house where the village began. "He was like some nngel nf merc to that dumb aiilnml!" she breathed. he would lean tenderly "Surelv towards a issir homeless wnlf," mid the speaker sank down again among the Inches beside a bundle of wraps encasing a sleeping child. lis eheruli faro was lu sweet revise. "I will wait until dark," spoke the woman In a low tone. "Then to part with the Ilt'le dear. It must be given to surer care than I can provide." JiM at ilalk that evening n rr) cnllisl the aged mother of Warren Spnigue to tin door. There lay the Httfc'thllil. and she who had witnessed the kindly net of Spnigue untitled from n near hedge and then went on her way satisfied. Hut to reapH'iir the next morning. She came to the pretty cottage of which the little chlhl had become a welcome guest. Old Mrs. Spmgue greeted her at the door. The visitor said that she had hVard that they bail taken In a child left on their threshold. She was used to ihlldrvn. she wns seeking work nml was experienced ns a cook and housekeeper, and Mr. Sprague at once engaged her. Itoth son and mother were glad of From the the assistance proffered. start the little one took to Its nnrso as If she were an own mother. Trout the start, as well, neat, modest, tireless, Arllne Itnltnn. ns she called herself, lifted all care from the shoulders of Mrs. Sprague. "She Is n treasure." dcclnrisl the latter with genuine ardor. "She has ii heart of gold to love that ioor little naif the way she certainly does," said the son. A month" went by. The little one throve npace. Arllne bustled about the house, nhuivs with n happy smile um her face. Spnigue felt a grow. Ing liking for the girlish attendant She was very reticent lis to her antecedents. She seemed to have no Inclination to spend a holiday in tin town; she made no outside friends. One day Spnigue learned why. Arllne wns with the little one In n shel tereil turner of the garden and Sprague was passing heyoud, when he caught the sound of a sharp cry. Peering close, he noted Arllne holding little Isoln protectlngly, almost defiantly, In her arms. Confronting her was ii man'wlth exultant face and evil eyes. He hissed toward her: , "It seems I have found jolt! money, or I assert my rights and you can hid goodhy to the baby." Arllne drew-- from u pocket a little purse. She threw It at the feet of the man. 'Take It!" she gnsped pitifully, "only go away. If ton are human, leave the little one iiiunng tho kind hearts hero." The ninn swung nwny, Arllne hurried Into Ihe house. Tor dnjs following she acted like n person tormented with fear. She never left little Isoln alono for n moment. Spnigue had received a shock. There was no doubt For that her visitor was her d. the first moment he nnllrcd that love hnd tiikiu root In his heart. About midnight u week later n suspicious sound In n room downstairs aroused him. As he went out Into the hall, n revolver III his hnml, he noted an unfamiliar glow. Oescendlng. he made out u man tying up n bundle containing the. family silver. Spnigue recognized him ns the garden visitor. "Ilaiuls up!" ordered Spnigue sternly, "I have you vvhero jour persecution will cense. You lire the husband of tho toung woman und the father of the child we hnve adopted." "It Is not true!" was Interposed quickly, nml Arllne stood In the doorway. "This Is the man who killed his wife, my sister, by his truclty nnd neglect, und he has followed me for a year, extorting money as his price for allowing me to keep her child." "We will remedy that," declared Sprngue. "My man. It Is In my power to send ou to prison. You will write what I shall illctute, legally abandoning nil claim to the child. Little Isola shall become my child and Arllne'al" Ami ns the enmpnet was signed and the hauled schemer slunk away, Walter ftpraguo told Arllne Dalton of nil love. Their Object "I read lately of two thieves who made a specialty of stealing music boxes." "I supisise they wanted to to to Bine Bins." KEEP Separators Out ef Adjustment Arc Caute of Greatest Trouble Thresh erman Should Study Manufac- turers Instructions. United Stales Depart- mrnt of Agriculture.) Tlvcry Important grain state has been lolng over n million bushels of grain each year because of Inefllclcnt threshing methods, declare Invcstlgn- tors of the United Stntcs department The government, by of agriculture. to the at bringing this enormous lo tention of fanners and thrcshernien nnd showing them how to nvolil It, saved 22.om.IKIO bushels of grain In the 21 states In which the educational work was cnrrled on last year. When an nvrrage of eight bushels of grain Is lost on every farm In the United Slates nt threshing time every jear, that loss begins to have a perWith whent worth sonal meaning. $220. It Is well worth while to prevent that loss, If possible. And It l entirely jsisslble. The chief source of loss Is the Inefllclcnt oerntlnn of threshing machines. Any standard threshing machine will do satisfactory work If kept In repair nml operated Intelligently. If the operator knows his machine, and sees thnt It Is properly ndjusleil and grain will come through clean nnd losses will be small. The fanner should know enough nlHiut the general operation of a threshing mnchjue to detect poor work, which menus a direct loss to him. Adjust Separator Carefully. To do kin si work the separator tnnst be ret level, both crosswise and lengthwise, nnd then carefully adjusted tn the particular Jnh nt hand. The greater part of the separation Is done In the cylinder und Immediately nfter the grain passes over It. If cracked grains nre frequent there may be too much swallow rf water. The ell stimulates the kidney action and enahlea the orxane tn throw orf the poisons 'Which istuse premsltire old aae. New Ufa and atrength Increase aa yon continue the treatment, vvnen completely restored continue taklnr a capsule or two ach day. OOl.n Ml;lAl, Haarlem oil Cap-sulwill keep ynii In health and vigor nil nrevent n. return ef the dtsesse. Isj not wall until old see or disease have settled down for eod. Oo to your Irussui and net a box of Oot.I) MKIAI. Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded If they do not help you. Thres aires. Hut remember to as1 for the otlxlnal Imported IIUI.O MKD.M, brand. In sealed pmkairee. I trrerartil br tl enos rn.Nccn, rt... CIAS. C. IIAItKW.Vne.tW B.IL UNOSr.Y.fe.c. r Commercial School A RKOULASILV CJ2I INCORPORATED INTITUTION CUTHRIS STREET, North cf roetolTice CK trARNIHO LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Complete Course of Commercial Vocatlonnl Training. Student secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue ent upon request, THE NATIONAL BANK OF I.ANCASTER. CapJtal $50,000. Surplus $30,000. J. E. STOHMES, Vlce-I'rcs- t. A. 11. DENNY, I'resldcnt. C. M. TIlO.MfSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. It. HAKHIB. Individual Hook-lcepcHUGH MOIH.EY, Central nook-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. 0. II. Swlnebroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. I'oscy, J. E. Stormcs, S. C. Denny. A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliutt, Dirr-ctor- Gruesome Binding. the Thin- - l n copy of Milton's sms hnUc nt the H"i lie Mt.r- vlm had In the public library nt Kvii r (Kug.) Just inovisl Into 'i b.Mi-i- - t.e ' door, boii'id In irt of the skin of licorgo Suddenly he turn I to! r n hi to his I'll tmtire. who, with Snrnh Ihinn, wni hi ' the kid that's ooin nlttcd to the Iievmi county Jit on mother nml said moved next dour is t pH"l -- iort, nil Oco'.er m. jsai. for murdering his 'f- - by poisoning her. wns trlisl nt right- - He has fro! b . und ha" tils big lb- - Lent ns.es In the following year, Us- - done up In a rug . lid executed on .March 25, 1S3H. A Great Advantage. Velocity of Stars. The prluclinil of n college was lecI'rom the sMttroscoile mensure-- n. turing lias staff of leathers tilsin effi ills made nt Mt. Wlbxni oliservntory iciency. 'Vhat,M he drmamhsl, "would (I. e, the sp,is with which they Is- - thought of n glov clunker who nt the stnr nie uppionchliig or receding front our found lit ht cent close of tin Hint the star of Ids stixk returned because It fell solar s)triu). It n'-nr- s has n nidlnl velm-ltof Why A. (I. below htaiiil.ini requirements! vent eff- XBI kilometers 11 second, the highest should we nipilre i l(l con-tavelocity so fnr obscrvinl fur iciency nnd only is) f the oil) tnr Next to this conies Lelamle. Is-- r cent of n tencherl" "Ileciiuse," with n velocity of :!2Ti kilometers n ii tenther, "he can aclect Id' fcconil. In tho oisislte illrei tlim. kills!" Unmlstak.-Me Chnrles vras I,.. m S'tjrs. through i Lr 1L Large pile shows grain wasted while threshing 22 bushels 8 pints In Small pile shows this Instance. grain wasted after adjustments had been made to machine less than 1 pint. The unnecessary lose of 7 pints occurred every two minutes the separator was In operation. This per cent of the grain means that was lost DC 31 ICZ3C lave iu Your Tires Hetreaied 4j md play of Ihe cylinder, the speed may he too high, or the concaves mny be set tisi high. The teeth may bo rrooked or too high and not centered. Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e can half sole-a- nd cess of retreading-n- ot rebuild a tire at less than half price. Too rapid speed will also crack grain. Dry grain demands n lower speed of the cylinder. Unthreshed bonds nre often found This results from In the tailings. missing or broken teeth, or leelh too fur apart, not centered, or badly worn ; concave set tisi low, or concave with not enough teeth. The speed of the cylinder also causes ninny litilhreshcl hends. Damp, unripe or moldy grain requires more than normal speed of Ihe cylinder to thresh It out well. Operator Should Know Machine. firalu Is lost through tho Improper adjustment of other parts of the ns well ns tho cylinder, so It Is evident thnt Ihn operator must bo thoroughly familiar with the entlro machine. It may not be possible to save nil the grain now lost, but tho careless nicrutnr who tines not know bow to ndjust the different parts of bis machine will waste it crent amount unnecessarily. He will surely have to make frequent stops for adjustment. Every time it machine stops the wlmlo rrcvv must be Idlo until It slnrts again a loss of tlmo to everybody furnish Instruction Manufacturers books on tho rare und operation of threshing mac blue. They huvo their (pent year In experimenting, and they know bow their machines should bo run to secure the most satisfactory results. A great ileal of tho trouble experienced by tho threshertnnn Is due to his disregard of or even neglect to Instructions, reud the manufacturers' There are other ways In which grain can be saved, but the proper oiieratlou of tho separator la too most Important. Efficient operation of the threshing machine should Interest botn thresher-me-n und fanners. 3S00 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Snick Go L. B. " """" 31 II CONN, Propiotor. ..v.v.v. muuvh.v, M,.uv.ny. II- II II II II II Diaw A Check for the money) yoiuov e tint! nolo how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like (o do buslnuss with a man who hus mi account nt the Garrard Bask & Trust Go They know he Is doing business in aCbuslresa like way. (letter open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They will crow nil right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company a' f''an .M"n The Central Record. Lancaster, FEDERAL SUPERVISION OF MEAT INDUSTRY IS URGED BY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Ky., Thursday Aug 14, 1919 3 FATONIC (TW 6tt ktMyiftAOEQ lnsUntly relieves HssrtbsnnBloai-dCrFMllnnd II f. After you ei always Uka rpetln(f. Stop food ourinff, atomach rnUwrie. wtrttM.trocX. lDcrVlutttwlI. Ky R. H. McROni'.RlS, L.ncs.ter, NEW FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For Diatribution More than SO farm describe). Cet yoir mine on our milling Hat at oner. Semonin Goodman Incorporated r Louisville, Kentucky, vmL- - 'dv Antes ... wKfr - ,3R0 Sheep In the Chill Room of a Larne Packing Plant Which Have Been In. apected and Patted aa Good Quality Mutton. (Prrrsred by the Unllf.1 Pl.t.. Ii'art- - when nur imputation wa M.000,000 tti.iit of Aarliuliurr) people less I linn now. The exiiorts nf With meat prices to the consumer mis were treble tlio three-yepre-s- o Mcli Hint he Ik ilctiilng himself, war average, and with the prices for lite stork. opr- Europe Doe Not Need Beef. ,lal,' f "' 11)1!.. t,ll In Tl.o r In producer Hint lie In iirtually loxlnc monnf Registered f Aberdeen An- ey, the nation Is confronted wllli n the - will be Anierlcnn soldiers In Kuroptmemory of noble n crave prulilein gus Cattle for sa!elanytlme If we are not towhich require solution HirrlnYe. We mut not forcet that suffer n decline In the ' the principal use for the beef we either sex uny niio Also regis- lire itock Industry. fblplMil oer ften . In fticti quantity It Is nil The tered Poliuul Clilmi Hogs Hig type department shoutalou situation Inform wa for the men In uniform. Dirope, ha endeavored In hort of fixnl IIioiikIi It I, iloe not Itself on the subject, nml after conferA. D. BRADSHAW, from the Unltil Stale t ence with senators and member nf lln toiilli be'fIt in a mill our pork. The stock house who represent livestock producWALKER BRADSHAW. ing region and who also feel deep con- of cattle In the mot of Kurope have not suffered orlouly In iimnherH dur-In- jf cern for the welfare of consumer, Ijineiisler, Ky. the war. Indeed, outside the orea deems It Important to give to the pub- I actually overntn by the contending lic certain outstanding fact, which nrmles, cattle stocks have fairly held it. ny tie snmmnrlicd an follow: their own nnd In home case even There I no longer need for meat conStock of hoc ami hccp servation. The supply I plentiful, and have suffered much more severely patriotic cllltent may freely disregard , than bine cuttle. It Is also well known Hie meat-satinplacard, which are that llurope turned to South America till displayed ut many eating placei. and Australia for beef and In rub a Europe Needs Pork. soon a shipping condition permitted. Ilurope need our surplus pork, but Kniclnnil and Italy are now buylne In If Wllog Its beef requirement by Im- lhoe markets. The United Slate, portation from South Amerli- -i mid howetcr, I the only large l'rk surAustralia. Price, of beef cattle have plus nation, nnd KumH sufferlnK for fallen .harply alnee Mardi 1 on ne--t fota with her stork of swine Ereatly CHIROPODIST count of the toppnce of exjMirt for reduced, can consume our pork sururmy ue, and a idark ilemnnd for plus rendlly. The beef and lamb now ittef at home, due to the runt hum t Ion nuultlni; market on our farms and of beef rnnervallon under the lnl- - ranees muM, therefore, And Its outlet taken lilen that uch eonervntlnn I not oversea but at home. kiII nfM'e.tury to feed the people of Prices Compared. Europe, lleef pnxlucer. and lamb pro-- I It Is Important to present the fncts Uucera who their iroluct lit lid concernlns the prices for live stock time are confronted with the dancer nnd the prices for meat wholesale ami ut heavy financial lo.ne which tend retail. The follow Ine comparison exproduction and cauno n fc-r'-ou j to retrlct Ollire hibit the decline In the price nf cat-ti- n thortaice In future. on foot: will never have The United State Prices of Medium and Good Beef n atlfartory nnd permanent solution Steers at Chicago. nf the problem until the manufacture, Gllcher Hotel, (CKNTS mil POUND) tnle and distribution of meat prod-- j 11 UM4 ZA ...,i:.iw-i- i m uct are ofllrlHlly 'uperlel by au- - July 1, ANGUS- - iLAND 'STOCK FARM 5f Mw9 07 Him call Lucky Strikes just right. Because ItsT some today! You're going to Lucky Strike cigarettes give you the good, wholesome Burley tobacco. Guaranteed by flavor of toasted " .r IMaHNNHN Dr. J. W. WEBER Those Blundering Authors! We referred recently to one of John American school one noon sold to tne: "Mother, Cinlsworthy's characters I'm going over to Ilumly's home this calling for "A flash of beer," now nfternoon." On my nsklng what he here's another writer, Arthur J. Rees, to use an American was going for he replied: "Why, don't saying, "He more signer to petitions', be elecli-to more bulge olllce and do less hon- jou know his grnhdum Is having her colloquialism, "quick on the uptake." Tut I Thl. a Ilarrle lovers know, Ii est work than any other three men funeral this afternoon" Chicago Scotch. Hoston Transcript. In town." Judge. Prize Miser. Her Last Social Function. "A good mixer. Isn't he?" "You hot-ch- a '" replied a citizen of drudge. "He enn tell more funny stories iKirrow more money, pay less of It bark, get My small son on coming home from Its idii sted l, Mm FOOT DOCTOR THE GREAT Danville, Kentucky. I Southern Optical Co. IncorMir.ilfd Manufacturers of Perlect.Flttlng SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Kryptoki Invisible Artificial Ejet Itlfocal U-u-s 4th A Chestnut 8tn, LOUISVILLE, KY. The undcrslcneil Iiereuy irive warn-n- u to all persona not to trespass upon ur landr for any purpose whatever l we will prosecute nil offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially tako notice. It. I. Klkln, Mrs. Coru rliltlips, Mrs. Kmma Daniels, It. ! Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P, HacUey, Mrs. Kmma UisKlnbotham, Kdd and N. U. I'rice. B, C. Itigsby. 0, M. Anderson. R. POSTED II. U Darker .J. I. Kelley. C. nisby. wiin s.hl. wormnK in and municipal authorities wh.e only aim Is to serve .1,.. public at larKe and not any particular class. When' the federal Kcnernment Is innble.1 by law to mnlntnln u Just supervision over the tiieat prixliiclns Industry that will prevent unfair deallne. specula. tlon nnd proflteerlnK. by furnMiInc public from nn unimpeachable , M.urce all the facts with ropird to the Industry, and when the states ontl municipalities nre enabled by law to exercise similar supervision over In- trnstate and loeol business, then only! can we exect to have fair nnd stable , market In which producer and con- aumer alike will have a sipiare deal. Beef Industry Crltlt. Some of the particulars of the Kltu-- j follows; ii on nre it The beef Industry In the United faces n most nrlou rrlsi. State Tor n decade before the outbreak of. and ranch war In Europe farmer men had been urceil to Increase beef caltle production becue the Industry was not keeping pare w ith the growth o' Hipulutloii. The lowest ebb In production wa reurhed In the fiscal )ear ended June ), 1M, when we practically ceasinl to have fresh dressed beef for export, but began to Import It from the southern hemisphere. The campaign for Increased production begun t bear fruit with the outbreak nf the wnr and beef again gained volume Prlie rose and farmIn our exports. ers were encouraged to expand Ihelr operation. With the entrance nf the United Slate Into the war n vlgnrou successful effort wan ii'.ado to Increase the supply of meut for our army, especially beef, by c Hotel and resvlllun taurants, at the request of the government, reduced the slie of their beef portions and regularly left beef off Ihelr menus, private families by thousand did likewise. Kunnew and ranchmen exerted themi'Ue to the utmost at great rlsic In order that our soldiers ami sailor could have the best food that skill and loving ruru history. ei.uld produce. The result Krom an export of beef and beef product of 131,000 pounds In 10H, we exported Msl.OOO.OOO pound of beef and beef product In 101S almost equaling the great surplus ot 1901, Mean p rr cent decline. hof f 11 pr Rr ch)c Brodhead FAIR AUGUST i lent. B d on ,rl..VT ,,,.. M,rch , KB-UJuly 1. ll 4.15-4incline Mean rent uecllne, Zi per cent. reason for thl sltua-th- e Tne ui,B . ,m N ,l( exort for ..i,,,,,,,, llrmy Ufe airiml mid the failure of .illfm beef consumption to resume Ms I10rmil ttlw. The hotel and lilsh-- , ,.,ls, UlMy tr.i ,lr,.nnt consuming . f (ho(e beef which , , ,hey us,.,, flim. ,,, . ,.atlni: (lf m(u.,np n(0,m. only chenier cuts, the price of which must compensate In part for that of the cuts for which there Is n smaller demand. The fact I evident that many persons who desire to eat more meat, especially beef and lumb, aro dcnjlnj: lheniele.s. No Need for Conservation. People do not rcallxe that the necessity for conservation of food, especially meat, nn longer exists, except us u matter of reasonable economy and prevention of sinful waste. We have In prospect Hie greatest wheat crop In our history; we hud In IMS by far the largest production of pork we ever had, ns well its a great Increase In our beef, lamb and dairy production. Yet one see everywhere In hotels, restaurants, and dining cars the "Save Food" signs, which were such a vital lulluenre In the successful prosecution of the food campaign und Incidentally, the winning of the war. These "Save Knod" sign should now he disregarded. Consumer nre unconsciously working harm to themselves and to lire slock producers by now restricting their consumption of meat. This situation In a real menace to the farmer and to the consuming public ns well. Many rattle raised In response to the demand for meat production for the army nre now maturing, and If marketed on u filling market wilt cause heavy loss to the producers, with the result that declining piodurtlon may be expected In the future. Stockmen do not deserve to be penatlied for their patriotism, hut should be supported by the consuming public Id an effort to restore consumption to the normal without delay. ....."!.sut: tr n.,,, ,, 20. AND THE 21st, BEST ALL ni ROUND O THE FINEST GROUNDS FAIR IN STATE. People from all over the An ideal SPOT for a big time. MOUNTAINS attend this GREAT FAIR. Just a nice drive, and all GARRARD take advantage of this opportunity COUNTY should typical (I to meet these M OUNTAIN FOLKS and have the time of your life. All the PREMIUMS have been greatly increased. Write o for Catalogue and take your stock to the BEST FAIR in the State. 9 .... GRANVILLE , OWENS, Secretary. .tu . .i ju , ,, . -- si 9 m t no Ce Cd- - "d. Li icaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 14 1919. Rheumatic Affections Pliysicinns linvo fonncl a most effective ami For. satisfactory remedial ngent in till Mildew. lllldew usually oppears on the f.bers of cotton nnd linen; It takes the form of small round dark spots; In reality It Is a vegetable growth, or form of fungus, which develop on the fibers of the material. Its appearance Is due to dampness, nnd reflects discredit on the work of the houekeeper, ns the clothes must cither have been put away damp or kept In n damp I oivomy THE 240 ACRE FARM AND ALL- - tsssmJsKAatVHssssHsBVaW 'The Waterway to Health" The American Me dieinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any conden-lin- g oriver Live Stock. Farm Implements. Etc of J. F. Gover and W. H. Worsham xr. . -- AT- or fortifying whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 A J7- - Dose: Tablespooniul In GUs3 of Water Also prescribed by physicians for constipation, indigestion, high blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin alTec-tion- s. Money back if satisfied. On prescription Ironi jour pny-- s i c I a n or at Yr---d your druggists". Tht DvenUn M Instil coffee stains. Hut It should only be used for fabrics made from vegetable fibers, such ns linen nnd cotton, aslts application to wool nnd silk proves fntnl to the fibers. The solution should never be stronger than one part of the liquor to four parts of hot water. Public Sale On the premises beginning: at 10:30 A.M. on F. tub-divid- I Sprint Co. (Inrorporltfd) Owtoiboro, K7. Optimistic Thought. There Is naught In this wide world iki. .empathy. Owing to the nature of mildew It Is difficult to remove. One of the slm-- I plest remedies Is to moisten the stained fabric, nib It thickly with soft soap nnd sprinkle It with common salt. Mace the material on the grass In the Minhlne and keep It molt. Itenew the treatment each day until the stain dist -- 1. . .. ...... I. .... inA n 11 ra Jill II la to keep the stained part In white material In a solution of bleaching To prepare the bleaching liquor. liquor, put half a pound of chlorinated lline lutn n !'iiln nnd pour half a gallon of boiling water OTcr It; add two tahlopoonfuls of washing soda, and stir to break up till the lumps and to enable the water to extract all the chlorine. Strain carefully to remove all the iiowder and' to make the liquid clear, ltottle and keep ready for use. This liquor Is used chiefly for the removal of obstinate organic stains, such a dyes, fruit, wine and old tea or Tonic foe the Bath. A bath much favored by the Knelp-plst-s, appear. habit, nlong with the bare-feIs formed from n volution of pine needles nnd pine cones. Cover with cold water about a pound of fresh jilne needles and pine cones broken In small pieces Itoll for half an hour, strain and add the solution to the bath. If you do not want to use the entire amount nt once It can be Imi tied nnd kept for future occasion". This has n tonle effect both on the nerves and the skin. It can be used on alternate d.ij.s with a bath of sea salt. Fresh Cloves. should be kept ns clean ns IH)sllile, and of course should never reveal a .lit. Silk the same rotor should be used to keep glove In repair. Kor general street wear dark r medium toned glides are to ba preferred, unless one can afford white kid gloves of Immaculate freshness C.lnves ITPEiRE' O ( J Tires fur ny Eetauso THE NAME CEHIND THE TIR Sheer and Dainty Lingerie O& O t ho. J the absolute runfldene? In or Tber ft J Tlr. nrmlurf of nil trrwrl- rr tiro titn.l lvirk of thry Jut out. 1a llv a rM "rim tlrea rl t puncture: not. apt to t,l.l.l , nn.lpmte.--In . n.I nil to my miml ar the beat lirM 10 lause. qnly on cf rru.ny This hundred of users orlnlons. farm in tracts from 10 acres on up to suit purchaser and will also sell all their live stock, farming implement, all household goods, corn, hay, etc. for the "High Dollar", on the above date. Located on a good pike near Turnersville, five miles from Stanford and three miles from McKinnoy. Accessible to both L. & N. and South-er- n residence, Railways. The improvements consist of an elegant eight-roohalls, two' porches, extra nice tenant house of four rooms and small tenant house of three rooms. Tobacco barn 90x56, stock barn 40x40 and smaller barn nnd all sorts of outbuildings. This farm lies well, long frontage on pike several nice building sites; good fences everlasting water, cisterns, well, springs, ponds, Hanging Fork, etc. This farm has been in the Gover family for over forty years. Most of it is in grass, about seventy acres in rich bottoms. It is all rich, strong; limestone land, and will produce anything you put on it. Good hemp and tobacco land. It is Hanging Fork land, borders on the famous Hanging Fork and everyone knows what Hanging Fork land is "nuf sed." Messrs Gover and Worsham say SELL. The bridle is off. It will be an Absolute Sale for the "High Dollar." The bidders fix the price. This is a rare opportunity to get what you want; the tire tract you want, well located in splendid com munity, close to school, church, etc. The man of small means will have the same chance at this sale as the man of larger means. We always try to please our customers a fair and square deal to all. Attend this sale and get your share of the bargains. The live stock consists of 4 cows and young calves; 2 stripper cows; 9 head d buggy steers; 3 heifers; one of yearling cattle; 2 head of horse; 6 brood mares; 3 work mules; 1 yearling horse colt; 1 Perchcron colt; 125 young ewes; 125 spring lambs; 6 good young bucks; 8 brood sows; 40 head of hogs from 60 to 150 pounds. FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 Binder; 1 Roller: 2 Wheat Drills; 2 Riding Cultivators; 1 Disc Harrow; 1 Hemp Machine; I Riding Oliver Plow; 2 No. 40 Corn PlanOliver Plows; 2 Mowing Machines; Double Shovel Plows; 1 e wagon; 1 Frazier Cart; 1 new Buggy; 1 Phaeter; 1, Hay Rake; 1 ton and Harness and Tools of all kinds; also lot of Hay, Corn, Etc. and also Household and Kitchen Furniture. We want to show you this farm lief ore the sale. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Remember the day and hour WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20th, 10:30 A. M.' Be .on hand promptly. For full particulars, blue prints, etc, see, write or phone 900-pountwo-hone two-hors- 20th, WEDNESDAY,Worsham, will AUGUST their agents of J. Gover and W. H. we e 240-acr- e hughes 1 & wanton fitted nlth i ywur tar Mccarty, Stanford, ky. end with relatives on Back Creek. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Burdette and children, Mr. and Mrs. I B, Itaney. Mrand Mrs. U. 0. l'reston and Missel Itcnnle Metcalf and Carrie l'reston tpent Sunday in Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. William Matthcus entertained Sunday nt dinner Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Will Simpson, Mr. and Mrs Luke ,. .Vaylor and children nnd Mr, Simpson, and Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Itey and all enjoyed the day. iw Gr & J TIRES POOR RIDGE, KY. Mrs. Ellen liaker is lU. i. Mr. Wbittii'.er is uti'l sick. ' Mr. Bud Duncan spent Sunday with Mr. Kverett Duncan and family. iljn Bei.r.ie Metcalf spent Thurs day night with Mist Christine l'reston. Mr. Leslie Hill attendede the funeral of his mother in Madison last Sold By NOAH MARSEE, Jr. Bryantsville, Kentucky. Electric Shotgun. A patent has been granted for an shotgun In which sparks (lis-- , electric charge cartridges that may be filled with an explosive gas or liquid as well at powder. Thurtday. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Crow tpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Mist Christine l'reston was the attractive guest of Miss Ucnnie Metcalf, Saturday lijii'.. Mrs. Walker Burdette and children and Mrs. Out Crouchom arc visiting their sister in Indiana. Mr. Squire T. Whittaker tpent and Sunday with rM. and Mrs. Elbert Chandler in Madison. hiMren Mrs. It. II. l'reston and and Mrs. Mattie Ilankin spent Wednesday night with Mrs, Walter Fain and family. Sat-urd- , Johnson. Mr. ami Mm I. II. Dunr.m nnd Dally Thoucht, Miss Bennie Metcalf has returned children, spent Sunday with Air. and All things are l 1 .t tMhm a visit with her sister, Mrs. Wal- Mrs. Jesse Djnon and family nt tn-- not decreed by f after iUk Buena Vista Burdctte. ker Mrs. Caleb Johnson and Mrs. I'ow-I- I Optimistic Thought Misses Christine nnd Linda Ellen We put too murh faith In systems Forbes and beautiful little daughPreston are visiting" relatives in look loo little to men. ter, Sarah Catherine, tpent the week rd this week. Keep Do not alio the poisons of undigested iood to accumulate in your bowels, where they are absorbeJ into 6ur system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles arc bound to follow. Keep your system clean, as thousands ol others do, by taking an occasional dose ol the old, reliable, family liver medicine. Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Mrs. W. F. Pickle, ol Rising Fawn, Ga., writes: "We have used Thed- - " as lord's B!a:k-Draujw could not take calomctas it seemed too strong for her, so she as a used Black-Draug- ht mild laxative and liver regulator We use It in the family and believe It is the best medicine for the lira Blade." Try Insist on the genuine IliedJwd's. 25c a pack, mother-in-la- a MU1U IllvWlvOlv. ... it. ase. S Lingerie mhiiis to bae reached the of the wave In heernei-- s and daintiness; one wonder what ballpen next. Itn lotclliifss s not born to nte Its flesh-pinMu.h uneen. but quite the rontniry. CiuuloleK ami chotuUo, combinations mni Mips aret all vltlblc through sheer bloues that uhiii tht m for added charm. The bloue often wrves merely "to veil the rose's hloolu;" the camlole or other undcrliodlce providing the mot Interesting contribution to the. costume.. Figured georgette, crepe de rhlne, lawn, lares and nets all play parts In making up their exqul-lt- e these undies. The finest batiste n!o holds the allegiance rf gentlewomen who neer waver In their loyalty to this soft f ibrlc ami the bund embroidery that 1c make worth while. An envilop chemise and n combination. Iith of American dolgn and manufacture, are shown In the picture above. I'lcsti pink crepe de chine makes th? practical chemise shown at the left, trimmed with Insertion nnd edging of the familiar val lace that women love. A small yoke of Irish lace Is set In at the front, l'lnk satin straps with bom tuspeud the chemise from the shoulders and the same rib-Isi- n mutes a dlgntfled bow with hanging loops and ends to embellish the front, litis garment Is delightfully for warm weather when. the llght-rs- t A union suit proves burduisome. short undervest and corset ere worn under It. Jut because they are to pretty and for no other reason, the pink tllk garters, with wide lice frills, flaunt the'r charm In company with this senvi' ' chemise. There It a fad for charming Bttle frivolities and w delifbt to present each other cret them. Boudoir slippers of ribbon und lace match up with ,lhese dutnty belongings. The combination nr the right Is made of tlcurisl georgette. The ImhIj-I- s shirred on tuo cords und edged with u full frill of plain georgette. Another frill froths about the waistline where the knickers ure set on and rtbUui forms the uspenilem over the shoulders, finally a butterfly of lain georgette Is the last beguiling touch that is sure to tempt feminine eyes Into looking too long at n garment that Is louud to prove IrreslstlMe. While georgette has proved much lest fragile than It looks, underwear made of t It a luxury that the average woman will hardly Indulge In. But crepe de chine has wearing qualities that make it really economical. FARM for SALE I am in position to offer you privately one of ttie very best farms in Madison County, located 8 miles from Richmond on good pike, good new six room dwelling, new stock and tobacco barns, housing room for 25 acres tobacco and land now cultivated to till, 90 acres corn, 30 acres meadow, about 300 acres excellent blue grass, with cattle in the field and everything in fine state of cultivation. Will price this one for immediate possession or will sell for January 1st, delivery. If one or two good men want to buy a farm that will make money and one that is now ready to plow, call or write, or come to see me and I will show you something worth while. ! ul Georgette Coats. Georgette eeulng coats or after-coo- n coats are cot unusual. And real-l- y there It enough warmth In the georgette coat, light ut It Is, to protect the wearer from dUcomfort. Many of the best of these coals are trimmed with narrow bands of fur. The fur Is cot wide enough to seem bulky, but It is In charming contrast to the t runs-parematerial of the coats. To Stop Falling Hair. When the hair falls out )n spott apply the followlnr: Diluted rose water, jsn grams; aromatic vinegar, twenty mis: pnre .weitn. ten granii; ' "T ii fifteen grams; s, tea grtuu. (P. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Aug 14. 1919 fcARDS.j t "Forest Pre-serv- e B.98" J. J. Byrne Exclusive Opttmetritt. DANVILLE, Office Houn . (Cvprrnht. By MYRTLE LEE ..-- , Hi. mi. htL'nhtn ab.r a.t.tl I August 23rd SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 5 USE OF TRACTOR IS NO SINECURE Offers Problcrr.3 That Do Not Bother the Farmer Who Uses Horse-Draw- n w.at.rn N.wc 2:30 O'CLOCK Imp'ercents. YiASTE OF . KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. Trnwra. "A iiiontti nt l'Vrr.ilnl tlx yon up grandly,? spoke .Mr. Itohcrt 111"-rl- s In till young low pnrtni r, l.caie I will sell for S. W. MOSS at ELI.MTE Tltf "I mil obliged in Jim," ,nlil tho tnt-tr- r, "hut It won't do." "Why there ar ily three ff tny ilie ilniialilrrx left nt home now," oIh HATFIELD cnil Mr llurrl' with n Jocular smile. "Itouinl In Kle hip n ills nn my : DENTIST ctualnn "f tin- - gintlrr sex?" OHica over Tfca Carrard Bank Trncrs. "All Hint Is n flrtliui. Phone, Offica S. Raiidanca 376. t.i-- l.lv I know nf nn brighter, KENTUCKY. iiml LANCASTER. kinder friends limn jou iiml )iiur fnm ll. lvInn my ph)lrl.in tup mupped nut n mouth' enurae for nn'. Iiiik nn I.I. it i iixlrnntiiviit nnil I hall luup tn net iiinl.-- hi illrertlnn." "IVrll. get nurd: Hint l nil I want," spoke Jlr. Ilnrrla kindly MINERAL DIRECTOR Hi- - lhnn:lit tin- - Mnrlil nf Mi oiins Office Over National Hank. imrlhrr. nlm hnil l.n n lili Muilrlit nml Keiidcnee 1'honr 3. Oilier I'hone 27 fur tlc ynir" nml Iiml tln-hrllllnnlly mm I he imit luiNirtiitit LANCASTER. KV. li cnl Imi I ili- - of llii- - ji'iir. nt It Iiml n Eirnl rmt, lionpMT. Tri-- r Iiml nliwiin Ii.'.-i- i ii tlii.i- - Minli-n- t nml Ik- - Iiml ttiroun full liili iitin'" Into Itn- emit ni TI-- - rrntllmi Iiml I'miii-- , hla ni'Mi'i- - hail hroLi n ihmn, nml In thrm hp mut riitln-lnlmmlon work. Then- - n Kentucky in hi. fnri n hi l.owfuln niitlrli.itlou n Lick, k trntn for torn n no hnnilriil inllr-- i from the clly. ifli r hliiliiK thllhrr trunk nml n rcqul- of rrrtaln niiun nanct-lli- - for n lone Imrhi-lo- r oxin'rlrncn. Hp put lip nt tin- - hotpl nt Itromptnn nml VETERINARIAN. Hip ni-mornlnc rnllnl on hy a Call. Amwared Promptly T)aj ki Inv.ii furirtlonnr.v. ll "I lun ! my lii'trui'tloiK In Nia.li'. I'hon. 317. joii In jnur miIIIoq na mrtlpn of llip '.PNTl'CKY fon-- l prvirrw." wiliI Ihoi.ltliliil. "Your LANCASMT iliiilii ttlll not In- jour rmlroniiK-n- t "III - prlml. M. S. , PUBLIC aaal m Mccettary to Lay Out Fletrfe So That Jr-High-Clat- t Can De Dene-S- hort Turn Aro Awkward Advantagea Summarized. (Prepared by Ihe United Stales Depart, mcnt of Agriculture.) rinwlnc with tractors preaenta roino problem Hint never bother the man Implements. It who mc horpp-draw- n la nceemnry to lay nut fields, so Hint n hlgh-rln- s Job of plowing enn be done over the entire nren with the minimum nap of n hore-draw- n plow In start-In- c nnd Outshine the work. Thp methods tn ccnernl use nre divided Into two clnaaes thoap In which the plows are elevated nnd no plowing Is don ncrnsa the ends, and those In which the plows nn left In Ihe ground continuously. In movt rases better plowing enn bp done when the plows are bile ncroaa tin- - enda of the fields, and for this reiison Hip methods of this i In aa are more popular, but many farmers prefer the other methods, an they eliminate waste of time nnd labor. Plowmen ulng tractors wl'h to rp to a minimum the time spent Ir running with plows out of the ground. While It Is qeeesaary to do -- onip trn.c!Ir.g white the plows are Idle, care should be taken not to do loo much of It, as It reduces the number of ncres which ran he plowed In ii day, making the trartnr thr.t-uiu- eh leas e tllclcnt. Short turns, however, are mm I; ward for miwt tractors, and where s'lch turns nrp necessary thp operator often baa mnrp or leas difficulty In getting the outfit In the correct post-Ho- n for starting Into the new furrow at the right point. Some tractors turn more easily In one direction than others, and this should be taken Into consideration In laying out the fields. Advantagea Summarized. The advantages of plowing by the s m which the plows are Idle mriiioi-ti.? ends of the fields nre that tin fhort, awkward turns nre eliminated, exrept In some cases nt thp be ginning and ends of the lands, nnd usually less apaces will be left at the corners to be plowed with horsi. The advantage of the other methods are that little or no time Is lost In trnv J. A. Beazlev iiv.nt lin M. J. PATRICK, DentlMt. Faint Or. Printus Walker Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. - John McRoberts. I'i thp ortlrlnl'. iiulomohltp Tnnora ilrln'ii iiIoiib n roiintry roml to Ho- - ili-of n of tlmher ropr-In- s i i.i rnl liimilr.il nrrp. At out- - nr-tu-- r tine a lartf lsn irnillni:: lis," llrro then- - n n hmnll hut roiuiHi-ipi- l of routth iHnirtt. n- His home and 2 acres of land. Where? On Danville Street, just outside City Limits of Lancaster. All the advantages of the city with saving of City Taxes. 7 room bungalow, 3 porches, bath room, city water, electric lights, mm cistern, stock barn, 5 stalls, crib, coal house, buggy house, poultry house, meat house. BEST GARDEN IN TOWN. This will be an absolute sale to the highest bidder as Mr. Moss on account of his business has been compelled to buy a home in another town. The house is newly papered and painted, and is in first class state of repair. New roof. Mr. Moss has frequently been asked to price this property. So now is your opportunity. One acre may be sold with the improvements and a beautiful build ing lot of one acre, or you can buy the entire property. Easy Terms. Look at this property before day of sale. Sec advertisement of the Henry Moore property just across the street to be sold same time. AUCTION J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 1 GIVE ME A TKIAli Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER. Hours 8 12 - KENTUCKY. Olllce over Stormes Drug Store. a.m. 1 I p.m. 7:30-9p.- from tin- - roof of hlrli imlnhlrs an onllnnry Mini1 ph-p- . "Not n MTy In. Itlns hmimlow," umltiil tin- - oillcl.it. "Hut prrppy what 1 rippctPil nnd mit.'" iprlnrpil.Trnrr-i- . "If Jo" u"l luit 1 hnti- - hml nrrnnci- - to Iihm- - city tlllpp.il from I Instilt iloll lo re I will Itnl.ill ui!clf funliultli. Thp two in I tilt llllli- - fliitlir huui- - will rooiu pnitpy -- lilt my rfpilrpiupiitr. I 'an p t prox l Ion. nt Ih- - Mltli-i- nt. ami I am Mirr I uliall rnjny llio lunch nml r.nily llfp." Tin- - tioiplty of ht rntlroutmnt Iiml a Miliitnry pffi-- rt IIi uHin Trnpr-- . duty comprlMil n patrol of Ihi- - rcn-nt tluip-- i n day. n final onp nt nlclit, nml tin- - direction of tun lalmri-r- a nlm trimmed Ho- - Inci nml cut ilonn tin- ml of lit. flr- -t moutli'a Mijoiirn Hint Tniwrx im-- t nltli lilcli ultlmnti'ly n aerlea of Inrldenta clinucul the rutin- - Irrml of Ida rnm-r- . In hml riern u hrnt form, Hint Twice of an old mult, nhout the renter of Hip ilmi-M-nri- il IIiuUt, nho hnil hefon he could romp iihiii htm, nml one lilctit n Rlrll-- li tlsure llltlnl tiy htm like the ulml. Two eiriiliiKa Inter, while he una tralnl ronillns In IiIh. tittle lint tlirre rnine n tap nt thp nln-iloTniem opemil It to confront a UMlitun, deeply joiiiik pi rl of WINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY. Garrard County WELCOME TO 9 a 9 6 Plowing With Tractors Preaent Prob' lem That Never Trouble Man Whc Usei Hone-DrawImplements. ellng with the plows out of the ground, nml that ordinarily the number nf dead furrows nnd back furrows will be consldprnhly less. In using the methods It Is nrrrssnry to meniure the lands tu the center of the Held ncctirately, leaving nn equal nren on all sides of the Held In which tn turn the outfit, and which can be plow ml last by running the trrrtor completely around the field sorr;il times. If one end of the field Is unfenerd the outfit run be pulled out Into n road or lane, or an adjoin ing iiein, ror turning. It may bo prefenililo to plow up to tho fence on the two sides as the body of the field Is being plowed, nnd leave tho headland only ncrosa the end of the field which is fenced, The width of the beaillaml will depend largely on the turning rndlua of the tractor. With easily handled outfits It Is not necev sary to leave more than 15 or 20 feet Careful Plowing Saves Time. If the Held la tn bo finished un In the best manner, with no Irregular, strips between the land or ut the edges. It Is essential that vnru tie taken tn have the headland of the Rami width elenr around the field, to have the distances measured exactly when starting new lands, nnd to Imve, the firt furrows na nearly straight us . possible. A little extni time taken In measuring off Ihe necessary distances and setting plenty of stakes (or guld-anrwill nearly always be more than returned In saving time at the tlnbh. If tho tractor pulls thrco or iuori plows, cutting a total width of three orl more feet, some effort should be roadi. to have the width of the headlands ai.t exact multiple of the total width nt1 tho plow, so that tho last strip arrors the field will exactly rut out the html or finish It to the fence. This will do away with the necessity n making a trip arroas the field, proKnbly over the plownl ground, to turn u narrow atrip which has been left unpknred. BOOKKEEPING Bileaa,Phoography TYPEwRTTINO and l!ie It one. urn tonard JumOS PBUSINEISCpUE&E lU TELEGRAPHY l hMMItu ,w.jf of'tax M I ""; TEE GREAT UbUwiLBl'K n. aaUTH. laalasltf . Uf NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, neltntnl. "Oh, nlr!" ihe qimvcml. "If jou SEED POTATOES, alcknesa or have know mijtlilni: RASPBERRIES, any nltli Jou. I beg of )nil to GRAPE VINES, come wltli mc without delay." PERENNIALS, "Whnt la Hie trouhti-- , Tnurra, nltnu teil nml Intenit ,: HEDGEING eil by the plenillni; fnce nml mnrkeil SHRUBS, illatresa exhibited. lul-a- j" qiien-llont- Brodhead FAIR AUGUST o ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE IlluilraleJ Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillcnmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD Hazelwood Sanatorium For h Trcatmtnt of Tubtrculoiit Maintained by the Loulivllle Antl.Tuberculoclj Atiocbtioa (or the adequate treatment cf tuberculosis In all 111 itarjei at In than ail. liatci $15.00 per weik, Including board, medical attention, foundry, etc. IIIc'i ground extenihe view. Delight-f- ul Sped1' rales for surroundings. ti4ol4l.m Iim wilanl II atcttuir. WM..T.I pOMIBl. '.- i" tU,t M Haiku It Ckttt: KimJwml (NUN .' "It la my futhrr; 1 fear he will die. lr, come! come! It l not far." Trnvera unatcliiil up. n case of Ida lie own medicine uml hurried out-lil- e. ns piutlnl na Ida fir I juhle Kil him Into the cry depths of the reicne. A tlio came to u nnlne rhokul up with timk Ida hnml, led htm fnllrii treea throusli mine he Imd neer petip-trate- il helter, xecret nnd Into n uml half coinfortutile, where lay nn old man on n bed of dried crnaa. Trnvrrn worked nrr Ihe old limn und til tin had quite revived Mm. lie had how long Hicmi refm-ee-a been tlum 111 lilillui; and qucattnticd Ida rlKlit to nllow Ihrtn on the renerve. Hip next day, however, lie learned their nd Mnry, and thenceforward wua tlirlr friend nml companion. Dailua VYekt had a claim ninilnut inlunble piece of property, had quar-rele- il with other mntetauta, and In Ihe heat of a Jut battle had Keverely Injured nno nf tbcin. They had taken ndtniitncu of this to L'l't out it nnrrnnt for Ida urrcst. Il hml hurrleil to hid Ins, (or onco In their liuiids ho feared him to the limit. they would peri-ecutLnoklnK Into those utTalra na nn expert lawyer, Leslie Trner took up thn rnae. Within a montli ho hud .Mr. Went nnd hi dauithter, Merceda, under tuife protection and becun thu pniaecutlon nsnlnst bli enemlra. Tbero never wai a more crntrfut mau than Darlui Wett when ho wae uwurded tho fortune rlsliKully hia own. There wai never n more appreciative being than Merceda, nnd never a hap. pier bride, when tho youns lawjer returned to friend and buklutka wits charming lift partner. Oti. 2fc ALL-ROUND 21st- - 22nd. Every day is your day. The Premiums are bigger and better than ever before. We are expecting some of the finest stock ever exhibited in eastern Kentucky. We have the FINEST GROUNDS and best FAIR in the STATE. Coleys Famous Shows will be here making a beautiful Midway clear across the grounds. FULLEN FRANCISCO, known far and near as the best hotel man in the State, will have charge of the Dining Room. Beautiful Grounds; Magnificent Shade Trees and two inexhaustible wells of pure water and a man at each well paid by the Company. Everything to make you comfortable and happy. The only Fair Grounds in Rockcastle County-a- nd it is has any shade or water. Boone Way is noted for Fairs-th- at fine. Come, let's have Three Big Days together. Granville Owens, Sect'y. J. G. FRITH, Pres. TheCe-i- ' h jcorii. tncaster, Ky inn Aug 14 1919. LEAF CHECK TOMATO BLIGHT As Many BY SPRAYING as Seven Applications gChMlftrnttdPAINIKg i ferl Jem mssm ffigMMti PWXIES5 llVfviwiisiitPl1 Made in West Virginia. Cclsr and Solidity of Fruit Va Im- proved and 39 Per Cent Inereato In Yield Secured Bordeaux Soap Mixture Uted. cer uj .(t It. l' simple lurr.itufT Uathaklejlierlprooljlr J cent, p. r foot. Dirrct .l or preview,!)- anrjnc rin - tobaccos answers every cigarette desire you ever hnd ! Camels give such universal delight, such unusual enjoyment and satisfaction you'll call them a cigarette revelation I of choice CAMELS' expert blend Domestic and choice 18 cents a package Cemeta are eold everywhere in scientific ten packagea 300 clgarettea) in ine'ptper'Cavered carton. We atrongty recommend this carton for the home or office aupply, or when you travel. R. illy netted pieklfea of 30 cigarette!! or J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wuulosl.N.C. If you'd like a cigarette that does not leave any unpleasant cigarctty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor, smoke Camels! If you hunger for a rich, mellow-mil- d cigarette that has all that desirable cigarette "body" well, you get some Camels as quickly ns you can! Camels' expert blend makes ull this delightful quality possible. Your personal test will prove that Camel Cigarettes are the onh cigarettes you ever smoked that just seem made to meet your taste You will prefer them to either kind of tobacco smoked straight Compare Camels for quality and satisfaction with any cigarette in the world at any price! ! ! (rrepare.l Ly the United flutes DepartL THE ment of Agriculture.) .r c. hi ' rJ i (nf la wouldn't prow tomatoes In n tatrr! pfiw4,m, ft J h, ,ir Hir nr-- i "I thr mJ 4 m' hi ntltt Mr t fiottt. Ctua tutrtJ ten Might Infintril reclon without cpruy-Injr- ," mtt. and rait fir mtiruti to appl) nays S. U DixM, Jr., oxteiilon THE OHIO VARNiBH COMPACT CICVCLANO. O pathotoiilfit for the United Ktatc department f agriculture unit 'et McKOBKKTS DKU(I STOKE, lrlnln agricultural experiment statin1 tion, wlm pm)il lomntoc t'ontrnl of hllRht In fix couutle( of Thorough Virginia In Hits. Went M'rajlne hih tin" kojnote of hi mk- -. lie made rlx, nml In mum' llehN 1 eseii application, ulng pray ml(lire nt the rati- - nf t.M gallon 1111 urn', fur mature plant. Npniylns Imprmcd' OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. color and wilhlliy nf fruit, reduced mt I tin yield' nml Miiiimlil. iinil liicreiiv-,if ripe fruit :r.i per rent, nml nf hotti! grtvn nml rli fruit Ki mt cent. ruiiiprvuseil air A Mimll knapsack pr.irer mi ued In thl wnrk. Sn li Over OneJHalf Million Dollars. sprayer ore Unlit. onv In operate. iurc ...) . ml In,,)...! tj rU .nj door , J hC Undrartli'.errlli.u n vn rich en. Ujrn I iii.n r STORE IN YOUR LOCAuiTY f.nuhf rle l:mf lliurt, l" lit i( lu. fr CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. ! Capital and Surplus 8100,000.00 Assets ON JO! Compreed-Al- "ROLL OF HONOR.' 5 V. Trei. II. Y, lludton, I'rrtidrnt, W. K. Champ, Caliicr, J. J. Walker, W. O, Higney, At. Cachier f S Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cahlcr. Mrs. N. C Hamilton, Clerk. M r Sprayer far Small No Pumping Required Operation! While Spraying. Happy, and Rare. ' llnppy Is the mini wlm renounce! erythlns which may lirlns a stain hunh'ii upon Ids nuiM'Ienci'. ir Powerful "Fourth Estate." The "fourth eitnte" l the nnwpa. t rrs. It l hi cli'l;n:iliil hnnirir-ns a dWInct poner In I he state. ! "rly the phrne del;uiitpil the . niiiitltutlni; the I linvet and luir ' eenled chlve nf vor'ely, a' I i3it !ieit from lh iiitwinn. Dally Thought. As UiujI. The formntlon nf culture, as of char"Will you linve iiii'lu-- r rup nf oof-fwthe landlady ni(iil 'In- - lionrder. acter. Is at last the moral 'entlment - .irlt N will- - Kmerson. lie shixik his head. III);, hut the coffi'e l weak.' Ring Recovered From Gull, (lulls are nttraetiHl hy any umall Sweet It Sympathy. Sympathy Is nne nf the creat iecrel Khlnlni: object, which acinunts for n It overcome evil and Tiilualile fiiRiiEeiaent rlnc. of life. hlrh was Mrenstheus Rood. It dNarini reHt-anc- accidentally dropped merNuiril In foiiinl In die gizzard nf melts the hardened heart, and belne develops the hetter part of human one of these birds. Mini months after-vaoff the roast of Maine. THORNHILL WAGONS 1 nml produce a fine misty spray. Sev- eral different kinds, varying Mnmewhat in shape ti nil ctmslruetlnii, but built principle, nro mi the Mniprel-ul- r I uow offered for nale. I The hpray formula used was llordeuux doap luliture, ctimsiscd of live Miumls of enpper rulphate, Ave' uni!s resin pounds atone lime, three tih nil wiap. anil fifty gallons of water. I To rednce the work of preparing' .spray mixtures the fnlloninR Hock Milutlnns were made: Five pounds nf cupper sulphate (blue Mom-- ) was ills. Mil Hi I by It III a wooden vt'snel containing live gallon of "liter. Cupper Milphate corrodes linn and tin. five imunds of stone lime (quick-lime) was Milked In nnuther vexel by slowly adding water at first ami later Increasing the volume to lite gallons. Three hiuih1s of resin fish nil soap "as diluieil In a third vcel by stirring It In hut water until thin and Increasing: the volume to rive gallons by milling water of ordinary temperature. Tln,-- e stuck solutions keep Indefinitely If not lulled nr weakenisl by rain, but the lime should be covered to prevent drying nut nml The level of the llipild when freshly made and after each spray perlisl should be marked on each vessel, and water added when needed ti restore los by evaKiratlnn. Ti n gallons nf pruy mixture nro prepared by taking nne gallon of each fre-hl- y stirred Mink solution and In- gal-Ioreusing It to three and nm-llil- nl by lidding water, and by pnurlng together nml stirring the three dilutthus made. The resulted Milullon ing mixture Is ready for use ns twiu as stnilnid ami should be used while, fri-- h, as It deteriorates by standing. CARE OF HORSES' SHOULDERS Prevent Accumulation of Dirt and Dandruff on Collar, Especially If Sorenesi Develop. Do not use sweat puds. Keep collam clean nf dandruff nml dirt, especially If serenes develops, ,SKinge the shoulders of wnrk burses with cold water If they are at night after work. sweaty at noon, sponge at noon also. Care should be luken In fitting collar on work horses. Many collars are too big or too loose. If the withers are fut or especially full, the fitting of collars will need cxtrn care. Ohio Rtnte University. GAPES IN i Complete fit "every. Wise John. An Kbliirniiii jimtie man may be John was utile to TMIile liulli In do iiio- -i thing li,. rciiivcrcil One day said to have mtnplei, l He nys he the children. "Illi their little cousin. from his recent lllni- -s n hsikisj. Kilwanl, has forgotten how hi to draw picture, Kansas City Star. and John each found n hut llutli was stilt without nne until her mother mint- - to her nld llh n New Burglar Alarm. lilg new John, "hose V nill was should have a bard time a blue stub, I. Hik.il longingly at the ' : ' by" the new alarm which Is new nne mil In n coaxing voice, i mbsl ns simple and Inexis-n- " said! "Untitle don't you want this It makes a noise, turns mi u nils- - pretty blue one? It Just matches ami registers the time of tin, our ejes." t,, J,,m , urs ntteinpt. ns well as delaying cured the long pencil. preventing Its success. MOTOR TRUCK 15 FOR SALE. S We linvu a Ton Four wheel drive truck which we iinuKht ns u denionstrutor ; it is suitable for road contractors, sand and gravel hnulintr, lojrKiiijr. lumber business, tobacco liaulint;, or any work where heavy haulinc and bad roads prevail. We will sell th is new truck at less than factory cost, as we nre riving up the agency. Address COLUMBIA MOTOR TRUCK COMPANY, Inc., H4L Cl HI Cn..l. C t ...!. ..hi 1 4 STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE 3 SI We are equipped with machinery to do till kinds AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING We can furnish you with a new battery or repair ynur old one. We havo installed battery charge.' and are now rcatly for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding we can weld 'most any broken part of an gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry n large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. 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 and Night. Satisfaction Ma-chiauto-mobil- of the Hardwood Region and lime spreailer occupieil the time ot many wagon maker. Hut 1 horn-hi- ll stuck to the wagon and to the farmer trade. Over rough mountain road, through swamps at logging camps, thes.c wagons did duty daily. Thus the fame of the Thornhill spread, and the demand grew steadily greater. On all makes of Automobiles or Hnghics. DURING the pan ten years the automobile, Tough Highland Hickory Their plant is located in the very shadow of mighty forests of mountain hickory. The ground is hard the climate severe. The wood has to fight foHifc. So it gruws sturdy and strong and tough well nigh unbreakable. has nearly twice the strength of hickory that crows in softer ground, which is usually brittle brash. The white oak, growing under similar conditions, develops a similar toughness. The oak and hickory are dried outdoors under shelter and kept there from three to five years so piled that the air can circulate freely. The sap dries in it. close-grain- Some -- e thiMr in the liMrfr r( hardwood region is the reason why they can build such a wear-prowagon. And this is partly true, lor good, tough oak and hickory are things no man can make. Hut much is due to their modern labor-savin- g plant. .Materials start at one end of the plant and come out a finished wagon at the other. Each man docs but a single task, and he does that task to perfection. LITTLE CHICKENS e, Disease Kill More Young Fowl Than Any Other Ailment Discourage Poultry Keeping. A Clan of Master Builders Hut to the men are due many of the Thorn-hi- ll light-runniYears features. ago they attracted to their plant the masters of wagon building. They asked these, men for improvements, and the men who made them received their just reward. Together they worked out more improvements than had ever been made in the twenty years that wen before. Let us show you a Thornhill and demonstrate the value of Thornhill construction. (ns-n- i It rrnhahly more Utile chickens nre killed by gapes than by any other one On nearly every farm nt disease. least n few chickens die every spring of lids trouble, noil on many furins the Ion I mi great a to discourage the keeping of uultry. FATTEN DUCKS FOR MARKET Corn-mta- For Two Week Glv Mixture of Middling, Bran, Meat Scrap and Green Feed. guaranteed. l, S W. J. ROMANS, LANCASTER, RY. Hefore marketing Ibe duck, fallen for two weeks ou u mixture of three corniiieul, two pounds midIHiund dlings, oue ound brun, oue pound meat scrap, oue pound green feed, three per cent srlt. Molsteu with sour lullk or buttermilk, feed quite wet. Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. The Centr Ky Aug 14 1919. TABLETS R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Cash Premiums of $40,0C0 Is the Guarantee Fair Banner Beef Show Summer Specials UNITED STATES RAILROAD TRATION Director ttenernl of Rnilrn.ul ADMINIS- Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares arc now in effect to various Summer Resorts ProAldlng Attractive Vacation Trips Following art! round trip rates from Lancaster to nearby resorts (war tax extra). $15.'J(i Illue Ridge. Ga $11.58 Diamond Spring, Ky $11.01 . Gallatin. Tenn. $ 2.70 Irvine, Ky Maryvllle, Tenn. $10.20 $ 8.82 Oliver Springs, Tenn $ 0.81 Torrent, Ky $ 1.08 Crab Orchard, Ky Franklin, Ky $10.20 $12.70 Hartsville, Tenn. $ 3.24 London, Ky $17.31 Murphy, N. C, $ 8.10 Smith Grove, Ky. $12.71 Westmoreland. Term., . For fares to other points or further particulars apply to local ticket agent. Calendar Facts. Hi iHimtli tif Jiinuuii ulwu) on the Mini, day f lh week n Or-tnt nml Ihf miiiio la true of April nnil July. Scptcinlicr nml Icecniber. February, March nml No. rmlxT nln ImcIii mi tin. same day (if the wk. Tlil. Inramr, I imly Inic In normal )enrs of ."li", dajx. A century um iircr Ix'eIii on Wrilnesdii). Friday or Saturday. Furthermore, tin- - ordinary jiur end on I In- - .nine day of tin- - week thai on which It begin. i Taking a Plebiscite. nl I'lchlselti l a Hillilcul term from tin- - French, incnnlnc n vote of nil ilio rlcrior In n country r ipieslloii. It taken on Mini), l n from Hie Ijitlu of Hie ilrt, or law made by the somewhat slm-llrnminoii siple, mid N to the r. fi riTi'hliu. A notable ex111 ample of the- - im of II,.- - phlilm-lt- e wlmi Ilio Frmrli lilKlory wu In wn inrmoriitilo roup d'etnt of confirmed nml I'm KM.- - of .min'mr N. ilcoll III. win cltcl! to AVERY and MOGUL WAGONS Farming All Kinds of Implements. Right Definition of a Classic A elastic I iroi'rly it lunik which maintain lixf li) tlttui. of Hint lw-i- y (oiilcwviHi. of mutter nml style, Uml Innate iiihI exquisite , itinthy between lli Hmuiiht tlni' i;hi' life nml AUTcT RACES SCHEDULED tin fiirni Itmt tonsciit to e,cry ino'id TO OFFER "RED BLOODED" nml of tniir nml illtnlly, which run l SPORT AT COMING FAIR simple Without ulfnr. I'lcnted llliaiilt Mns distant, nml which I' Aiiii'rlnui Mxirtu nr. uni.illy of a komcililiis neither iiiicliut nor unshm, iirlfty, mi'l nlwnj new nml I li ii ii I ' of ginning W;nroU', "ri-i- l l.l....tfil" llutlllllB lllH'lll tl tl'l Mill unit iluusli- old. laiwell. IIWi u.nnlet ti-of "llntli! Sain" whlrli iull fur ilarlni:. MII uml fpcoil, Matter of Adaptability. uml In no iriimi' will In fomnl a niort Adnpluhlllt) work touiiril contentIIM' IICrflTt I'llllMMlllllfllt Of till'-ment; to lit nurscl.c willingly nml than In miliimolilli racluc of u tJI- rlnvriully Into lln iluhcnl iniidltlon tu In fiiituri-i- l nt tin Sluti I'.iir whUli tllUt I'Xlkt IlKllI) (Olllltll'lH ll.lllK'H will Im hi'lil In l.nili. villi' the wi'rk of lliriiiiclmiit thin broad liinO menu tin' Si'liti'inlior S IX llftlm: of niinilnT linny Imnli'ii from lliirlui: tin tw.i limit Ja) of tin Jinny Slati Kalr, rnilni llir hind of lln- - household. iriil will In ntugt'il thins In fur way of Itiir whlili we on tin Um mill of Ilio rme lr.nk In ivoulil luiif once rnlleil essential wifront of tin tcaml numl mnl lumiy llow ns.inl na nscle. I ml ni: our time of tin lii't Vnovn tur of Auii'rlrun nml rcniirre. Ami )el wo can ll trntUi will p, uftrr ituli-IMin- l uml fiin-lcfully, ilriiuutly, cU'll luoro smoothly riinril with n miii;it.v which llnili In n hi' r iI.ijk. llxilialiKf. I certain to remit lit Mirirllng HurliiK orMi'ilRer. In tin linnKi' the 1!U! canip.ilsit many i"(iihllsheil wim-i- l out by Sic Hus- ril were r il.ilil, r'reil Ilnrey, Jules Klluigbue, uml oilier-uni- t Leon Imrti), liuy It l eiiclii that the conlet tlllk Jilir will lli'M'loi new IhllntH Ullil brine I In. iiiiloiiinblle finlure Into IKiiurilUr iromNi u one of the luokt ili'lUiilfiil. kiirrlic nml ieiijtloiial of the entire celebiiillou. Ilutliilali!. who wu a keiiMillon I.Kt I'ial Six, Inn eur with Ills Imiioii Iiriullciill) ri built bin cur uml It IkouIiI In be u xcntilno whlrlwluil im. A un iiiiilii) it may bu t'uiui!e of llr k.ihl thai on last lailmr I.t lit Unci. In, Neb., Iliiuilahl liuieliil u mile III I Ol.Htl nml two mile In 'J0J:i, Hie .ilii recoril beini; benten keierul In eueli iiiklulice. Holey ha n new mount about wblili he - miIiI to be MHrellM- - ami In which be iroiuisck to cnllfinn.il lllk riMlbs Klllucboe ruuaiu faithful to his famuli "Wllil . ill ' ami will tool IIiIn wumler nt Hie I'ulr. Imray ha Jtnni-ci- l In (he l'ue ruling oulllt In place of Cciirt'i' Clark, uml LumbLIn, who bu kohl hlk "Siin llu)," will bliiMiiii out wllh mi American Insleail of n foielKU product. a ev r nun wn nltri t l w. of Si'lili'inluT MI!, .li.IKiit lm, to Hie beef eattli ileparliiient lat )e..r liioii ii'l"iriloii'il tn the ltfsf ';iltl a mo-i- t eiicourni:lii'; exhibition wn lae nml t'ulttMl nml IVi'il.i i! f.itili Hi'i.iri re'piui.e to the I'n I r' ublnntlal mi'iit iiloiir. In ciiiiiitii'i.ir. It i aivnril nml, nrsiilns from i. of llii' n'i ti'il Hint tin Kniitrtt in Ik- liltory of tin- Knlr will flirt it I expccleil Hint Ho l'oliipi'1 . in i .'t 1. hi In tlili nml auction n the intlle departIn I'litoriil fur tlnn ment will eellp-- e liny former eieiil a It wiift tin tniri"iM of tin Stntt I'ulr I'ulr lillor). A iirent khowliu; nt IlerefonU mulked tin I1HS exh l , Itiiliicr tlil clcnntli iiiiiuiiiii'iiii'iit. In Mini in I In1 i'iiIiIi' itll!on of Hit- - I'.iir but u h"lter one I loiikitl for llilo umi-mWilli Jfi.tmil olTeied In the Shortto xiliiiiit.it tin mi'i'lly wiiiilns: Imlus lr of i jlll'' nillns nml lm oillnz nml horn HivKlim It - expected Hint Hi open In Hie ciilllH'llllolt, Willi h I lli liitrri'it nlmnly .vlilbllml inif I win Id, will brim: forth un mi Ilio iioii'iny of tin mow. I 'Hir.! of Hi' loiolliic lirokiT. of .IlinilllL'. 'I'lie Itliickr.inil Aiiii'rn-t- i Aberdeen Ansn turn' I'litrriil itHi 113 mrliMiN of tin' ihiiliit nli'. r nml to MtulT In hae aNn di'M'loieil popularity ami fi'iilbig inllli' ilii-n- ml are regarded n Mron:: "eoiiH'r. tin fiiilnl nml :., li n A Keiiiiuky 1'iiinrlt.v with tin wlmi. nllolmi'iit will In olit nt iubllv uurtloii to I"' hi'lil on II"' uuuriN. U niiln'iiiired for breeder ii'id i.Mliir- - of the iiIiiim' naineil Mirtetie-- i Stnli I'ulr kuiiiihIs iH'Bliiii.inf Tlium-i!Slu-- r Jiick of e.itile. jfl,miii I M't aside for Hie of I'ulr nml Ilereroril. Shorlliorns nml Aberdeen rrll nml Ij tt nml VMIIlum ImiiicN , CIiU-iiki'nr.' lla' toiilmiri. .neu brviil. lirotlirr of Tlie fill urlty In limited In Kentucky of iliii'i win of llvr1 unit two nf lliri'i inr. of eiiltle only mid for niiliunl under liolfiri for tin Mr-- t, tifr mtil two of iu'if.T for tin ro two jeiir of use. There will be .x classes for lueb breed. The 11rJ011 oml( nml four riiin of Miit nml urn rule nml r.nc will be found lu ala-t- o of lu'lf. ii. fur Hi.1 In- -t iimni'il. lilcb will b. innlled on tippl.in-Houm lii.'ii Tin'- -. riiiri.'i liii. it rouut T. Kremer, Set re'.ury M'lfiii'il li inuii"iiit JinliPK from Kentuiky Slate I'jlr, Ijiulsvllle, Ky. the many tlimlnniN of nttli ii;i-l- n; i I, XI il,i olTiTi'il 111 for MikI. nml nut t til I itrsil ixli.L.I.. lit Ilio x'tiiilivnrlt iiiiiiii.iI Kii.liiiky ' I In' SI ilr In r I" ho Ih'IiI In tjiw Mm Of fie r. Ihrnii.li u' fpi.'iiili lie L'lHiui i, l ely t,p il.ijnr-u- Sunk Yunl In Ihi - uml will offer a y for feeder ui.d Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers,-"Water deal' r- - AlTliiiii.-l-i Coolers, LawnMowers, Coal Oil Stoves That do not heat your kitchen..1 Cheaper than coal. I.iiH iit SCIENTIFIC SCORING FOR "BABY" AT FAIR Mothers of nil klr.d nml ela-would rise up lu wrath khoiihl any our nert that pis or pup wore of un . fmsrtnm-- than ber own preclou but until reivnt jears Hint a exactl the altlliule I a ken by the parenthood of Hie country. 11 rent cure mid scleutlllc study was di'Mileil lo the iipbrlncliii:, deelop-men- t nml bris'illnr; of toik liecan-- e It wn toiiiniereluliy productUe, but baby wn allowed to luillnle Topsy ami "Jo srow." In eoiiMspicnce many u link wrongly, 111 and cll body hidden from the unskilled eje waxed and srew apuco nml many n man or woman faced life heally hiimllcnpprt! by their parents link of lnu, Wllh Hie crusade Inaugurated by Mr. I'rank He (Jamie, In 1!U nt the of thu Mother.' Health I'onsres W7 J. ROMANS. ' -- Ji Make the Beat of Today. AntlclpntliiK tomorrow's opiiortunl- i and resrettlnB yesterday' failures .inrcely n fnlr way to niend today, is illvldlns the pri'kcnt nnd bestow It iipun two period Hint have nn lit to It. "Knocked Into a Cocked Hat." I T'i mennlni; of thin t Renernlly known. "Oocknl lint" of tho came of tenpins ii xarlt-tonly three were Used, t,et up ,.. of ii trlnncle. Wlmi, In villus nt tenpins nil were knocked wn exi-ep- t the three nt the cor-- . the net wuh snbl to be "knocked II CIH'kcil lint." .O !!.! flutt Take a Present. womnn who iii1 to look upon ''lie Invltnllnn ns n Koclal vie- n lin n diuchter who include. ' it In the llt of monthly MIM. News r ii i Memory Muit Be Cultivated. In any system of mental ilevelop-- . n'. Ho; memory must bu culllrntiil .it i'i" outset, uml Hint cultivation iiitlnue unceasingly. It I for- ' Indeed that every nveraye lai u mind cupable of excellent i iy. It In only ncocsary that the eve powers should be properly em- ed. o lit Edinburgh Landmark Gone. An lnleretlnc bit nf old KdlnburEli, ('.ltliiL' buck nbnut 1CM, Im been burned. The ilestrojeil bnllillni:. which eon- ted of n sIiikIo Hory nml nttle, wn o' of Hie Inuiliunrk of the Hnlyrood cr":i It wn the old Yew Tree tnwrn. ic s'.md Inside the bound of the I' rend sunclunry for debtor, within iv'M' ..'n tin of yore. Hie fusllhe r v from the nltcntloii of his l auorii. Tempera and Tight Collars. Dr. Leonard Williams leclurlni; on "Common Sense," nt n mirklue conference nml exhibition In London, said ihut people wltli tlcht collars did not drnln their bruin properly, uml often MilTcnsl from bud temper. He bail noticed Hint since women bail eUen up lilfli collar and were wenrlnj; car-inc- ut which pm complete freedom to the neck they hail become weelir tcmpcri!. NOTICE 1'holo REDUCED Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. W. 0. Funeral OITlce RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and Phone 18. Lancaster, KATES ON ALL RAILROADS The Sluti r'ulr luuuaei'iiieiit I plenki-t- l to uiiuiiuiire Ihut u kpcclul rail-mackiurklun rim ha been kecureil from Ilio Southern l'iif.eni:cr Trutlle ('oiiiiiilttec uml tlui; from nil ihiIuU In Kentuiky, nml from Olneluuatl, (., uml Jelllco, Tenn., one ami cue-hal- f fare will be eliurueil fur the rounil trlii where (he fare uimiuul to '.'3 ccm or iner. 'llckelk will he mhl from Sejh tember U lo IS, lnelule, unit for trulii which are kiheiluleil to arrho In lamlxNllle before noon of September Kt, Willi u llmil limit of September l.'i. The coloal total of $UU,(im.itH) U Mirluu lltil by theKentucky preiulmn muoIciI In I he 1U1I) Mule I'ulr rutu Iof which are miw off the prc. uml y of ilUtrlbutlon In uniler irocea unit Ihruunhout various cctlon of tin) country. Keen tnlereat will unit doubtedly be uroukctl uinoiii; tho uml Hoik breeilern uf Hit) ofby Ilio tpletidlil uuarilk fered and the result I certain lu be lino of the uiuit brllllunt r.ml miocix-fu- l (ulr eier hebl lu Hi touiiio bf Cuilck Studio. Louilf ill. August is the month to assess your property, io laiulklnnn Suite I'nlr lu'tan, however, a must Important mmcniciit tu Rlt In the liuin.iii Infant tins saiiie kclentltlc ktudy that had beu fur jeurk uccorileil and ocr the country lu the animal kwept the splendid niuvemeut which lliuucurtltetl llables' lleullh Contest, and Coiicreskca nt .Slate uml Ouut) Kentucky Fulra and Kxpiisltluns. adopted Hie Inuuiutluii lu I'.ilil and Instituted tie Urst liable.' lleultli Contest that )eur at the KiutuiUj Stale I'nlr. The Idea met with the lu.t.iut approval of rural and city mothers and tho content wus uue of the must Hut anil IntereslInK featuren uf the tutlre It hus crown In Interest exhibition. from seukon tu scasuu nnd will bkuIii bo one of the bis features of the I'ulr lu September For Information as to entry blanks, classes anil examwrite fur catalog to Slat ination Pair Secretary Fount T. Krciuer, Suite 004 Itrpubllc bulldlDC, Louis, llle. do not put off till Come on to my office and list your property NOW. Remember the time is limited by law. Yours Respectfully, A. T. SCOTT County Tax Commissioner of Garrard County. rhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday., Aug 14. 1919 Galvanized Roofing, 2V bill 3V Corrugated and in all sizes now in stock. v Our prices will save you money. Give us your barn we furnish all but the lumber. Our price today on the heaviest best grade of Galvanized roofing is $6.00 per square, delivered to your station 25 cents less for 29 gauge. Best Quality in 2 and 5 pound packages. Our price only 48 CENTS PER POUND. PARIS GREEN WAGONS Going Higher every day. 2 3-- 4 Complete only $120.00. 3 inch Complete $125.00. These prices are subject to change. Get Yours and be sure. TO-DAY NAILS $4.25 PER KEG We also carry a complete line of Hinges, Hangers, Track, etc. No matter what you want call us or come over and we will save you money. TO-DA- TIMOTHY SEED Going Higher. Get yours now. price on 99 per cent pure only $6.00 PER BUSHEL. Our GET OUR PRICES ON WHEAT DRILLS BEFORE YOU BUY. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' eently. Amlcrso'n P""-anMr. and Mrs. Clayton Mr. and Mrs. VJn jPmitli enterson Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Willie , MesJjmes Milton Ward, James U Anderson, Mensrs Silas Foley andl Yjntis and Hinry Tuttle were Sun. tained a number offrieaids tt dinner George Broun and Misses Jennie and I day guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Sunday. Mr. and Mir. Kemp,WtUlr enterBessie Ilurr were entrrtoined at theMerida. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Fletcher! .Mr. Call Arnold and sister. Miss tained a number of.friasds at dinner Sunday. Cora Neil, of Columbia S. C. have Salurda), TF yo system baa become run-door if you ar rufferlna; Miss Lucy Wurtlilngton of Wllmore oven vipueir- ui meir tiui.i, with "Spring Fm" vou'need Acid Iron Mineral to build is spending the week end with Miss Green l'ojnter. rich, red blood. Physicians present ' Acid Iron Mineral because it li natural Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner ami Linda Locker.- liquid Iron, and will not iajure th teeth or cause ill effects. Ilit Mrs. J. L. Yantis was the guest on beautiful little daughter, Dorothy II., Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins sptnt j luesiiay. the most powtrful iron tome known ind comet to you Juit if it Tuesday of Mr. Wni. Scott, ' prepared by nature in the wonderful depoiiti of Mississippi. ' of Indianapolis, Indiana, are visiting the week end with, her parents, air. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Chandler of and Mi. T. O. Hill. Do iut confute A. I. M. with chemically prepared tablctt. Lancaster returned home Saturday . Miss Rose Turner spent the putt Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Turner. Aik for Acid Iron Mineral and do not accept a substitute. All Mr, and Mrs. Robert Uiton sprnt .Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kason and Miaa 'after a weeks' visit with friends anil week with Miss Lurile Turnei, drug ttorci or seat direct by Mis. M 15. Turner bus returned Stella Naylor, Mr. ami Mrs. Ilasccm t'ie week end with here purenta, Mr I relatives here. FERROOINE CHEMICAL CORP.. Roahokk. VlnainiA ' I'etphrey und daughter, Nolle, attend hnd Mrs. - I'. Ilrown, Sal, by all Druiiiati. Mrs. John Wesley Duiley and two frrm a weeKn visit ts relative rt eil cliurrli Sunday nt Buckeye. Misses Sallie Lou Tenter and interesting sons, Wesley Kay anil Miss Mnble Mobley was the charm Mr. Tom Turner purchased of Mr. I Ethyl Hay were guests Monday of Charles, are with Mr. and Mrs. Sim Cumberland Grocery Co., Junction City, Ky., Whi.lesaU Distributors. Imp .......... I nf Mtna Carria Vut-- p r.n C. ...... I II I f!..ll.... I I..... I .., ijui'i;.- Hay on I'oor Ridge, i an acre and Mr. Wni Barnes 7fi acres Misses Lucile and Olivia Grow anil Sunday. Jr. und Mrs .Robert Carter and JUDSON. Naylor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater were 'of Mr. Will West of Lancaster at $115, children visited Mr. and Mrs. Her- Master Curtis Crow of Buckeye were Mesdamcs William Simpson, John I recent guests of their grand-parcntvisitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater, .Mr. and Mrs. John Yater and bert Whitaker recently, I Little Lucille Simpson is improv- Simpson and Cronley Hardwick spent . nr. mm mis, - I. l unday. tt daughters. Elizabeth Francis audi Mr .and Mrs. Hubert Carter and rmiiK ' one day last week with Mr. anil Mrs. ing rapidly. . and Mollie Ruby Nelle, spent the week end with little son, were week-en- d Misses Lizzie Foley guests of .Miss Maude Davis and Messrs ' b't'i.i DcifcK- - Scott was the guest lutt L. U .Matthews. Louis and Albert Temple were guests Barnes spent Thursday night with .irs. rruncis urousnurn near iiryuma- - ,vir, anil .Mrs. A. U. .Miles. i of Mr. and Mr. B. Clark. J Mr mid Mrs. L. U Matthews fir. of Miss Ethel Humphrey nt the home Miss Ellen Turner. Mile. Mrs. 1. I. .Sanders of Crab Or-and Mrs. of her grand-parent. M. Simpson Crab Orchard friends are visiting r.m! !.1rs Mr. and Mrs. John Black and son, chard is spending the week end with Miss Suanna Anderson, of Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ami MrJ, Andy Adams this week. John Si.npjun were the quests Su't-Ir.- y Hen Humphrey Sunday. ville Indiana, is the' attractive guest J. 11.. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Yater, Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ita of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Matthcvs. Alvec Turner and son Klliston of ; Mr .and Mrs. Clyde Drumficld anil Mr. and Mrs. Ed Naylor and little of Miss Bess Turner. ' Mr. ami Mrs. Homer Hay spent t v..i,u.l i ll. I.Vrb 'm- Mrs. Wm. Barnes and daughter, son, Charles Russell, of Marksbury, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wul-- i son, of Nicholusvllle, Dr. und Mrs. GUNN'S CHAPEL. spent Monday turner ami uaugiuer woro.il i... ci elma were here from Monday until Wed- - Miss Mollie Barnes, of j,nmine County jft ' , . .. . Ind ananol s were entertained Sun- -' . i u. nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land with Mrs. Milton Ward. i i eacinu iirow visneil ,ltr, mill Mrs. Maggid Tracey spent last j . I.Tnv In Mm K len Tlirm.r ' Mrs. W. B. Ray has been ill. and Mr. and Mrs. John Und. ami Mrs. s. a. .Mnrrrmi r,n-ntiAlfred 1'ovnter and children ,T'eek with, her daughter, Mrs. James I Mr. Lucas Fotter sold some corn to Clark. Itev. Overley of Newport and Rev. of McCreary were with Mrs. Green Mrs. Sallie Hicks of Brodhead, died IIUCKEYE N, (i. Young of Nicholasville have I'oynter last Wednesday. last Saturday evening, Aujf. Jnd an l Mr, and Mrs. George Broaddus are Mr. Thompson Davis at $12. Jwuj brought hero Monda for burial. Mrs. Lucy Jones and Miss Irvine been conducting a series of very ben- visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ir. Charlie Tuttlo returned to his Miss Lucille Sanders is ill at this elicial meetings at the M. E. church Funeral sun-ire- s were held by Itev. have been with Mrs. J. D. Bobbitt. ame in Barbourville Thursday after Walton. writing. here for the past two weeks. There ' a visit to Mr. Henry Tuttle. Thompaon. .Mrs. Hicks was u rMer of Mr. J. A. Davis of Bohon was here , Mr. and Mrs. James Clark and Mrs. Is the'jr, Harrison Ray of this Miss Anna Mae Whittaker placo und K,, Une an(, children of Ham-ReM 'iracey spent Sunday with Mrs. Susie recently with Mr and Mrs John Land. were eleven additions to the church. attractive visitor of Miss Durbaru Overley is n very earnest and ton ohlo muny fricli,, natvvi Mt0 Preston, Bre vi,itn(. hcre )umlUi ljUl,c" Dr. G. M. Hendren and Mr. John , excellent speaker. who extend to the husband and loved M A K Merid,. Mr Mr. and Mrs! William Black spent Land motored to Lexington Thurs.Mrs. N. K. Bogie of Lancaster Vis- - ones theli ileepeat synipath In the Mr. und Mrs. Marcus and children Sunday with her .mother, Mrs. Nan- day. IIACKLEY, KY. iteil her dcughtcr, Mrs. Jesse Hill rv- - hour of Ids and trouble. Sunday guests of her parents, nie Ray. j were Miss Sallie Lou Naylor of Marks-bur- y, is spending the week with rela'("Miss I.ernie and Clayton Hay wcroi Mr. George Brown of Detroit, M'- - nn1 M"- - Jolm BroaJu"- Rev. I'almetcr of Lancaster was Micli.gan, is visiting relatives here. visiting, friends at I'olnt Leavetl last tives here. DC 3C 1C Sunday. j Mrs. Frank Land spent Sunday Miss Cora Fletcher has returned . entertained Wednesday at the home Mr- - ml J,r- - Miltu" WarU MrAW-J'aspent last with her siiter, Mrs. Ed Clark of home after visiting Miss l'enrl Spur-!o- f .Matthews lliursday jilth.her sWer Mrs I. I.. Marksbury. i Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Ilurr and daugh- leek. M " Matin Mr. Frank Ray and two children Mr. and Mr. O. M. Barr and little ter 0ruce' of I,uckly "I""1' Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Hardwick were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mudge Grayson, visited Mr and Mil. with Mr. und Mrs. John Smith. I hava Jutt op.nad up a Naw Caraia and am raady to do spent Thursday with her mother, I.uras Foster. Miss Bess Turner and visitor. Miss John Smith Sunday. all Linda of Auto Work and maka any adjuttmant your car may Mrs. John Simpson. Dr. Thompson and Rev. D. F. SeMr. and .Mrs. T. I). O'Hearn ttml Suunnu Anderson of Indiana, spent Mr ind Mrs. Walton wen the bastian were guests Saturday night icn, wire recent visitors of her par- Sunday with Miss Ethel Barnes. naad. Giva ma a call and ba convinctd. Phona 22. guests .Sunday of Mr, and Mrs Kdd of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz. Messrs Walter Smith, Emory anil ents, Mr .and Mrs. O. M. Ilurr, Dailey if Iiuckeye. Miss Mary Davis of Lancaster, and Arthur Turner were visitors Sunday Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Lee. und family Mr. Herman Humphrey and fsmiiy Mr, Hugh Noel were guests of Mr, lid Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lee and chil- of Messrs Floyd and Tom Barnes. and Mrs. J. M. Anion Sunday. lotorcd to Buckeye Saturday und dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Cl.u. Leo Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Morrlss ami were the puests of her sister Mrs. Mr. Wesley Simpson has sold his .Sunday. children of Freuchersvllle spent SunS. W. IIALCOMB, Propri.tor, .Smith. farm to Messrs Louis,. Charlie and Revs. Chllders and I'helps closed day with Mr. und Mrs. A. N. Merida. Mrs. William Black, Mrs. Hugh, Clemmle Murphy, price $10,000. Mrs. John Smith and daughter. their meeting ut Freedom Baptist Bryantsvilla, Kentucky, .Simpson, and Miss Vergelia Ray spent ( Mr .and Mrs. Hughey Moberley and church. There were twenty five, ad- Miss Funnie, spent Friday night with Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. C. K. little daughter spent the week end ditions aJded during the meeting. Mrs. Reese Sowdcr on the Fall Lickj DC DC DC Si with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tcater. Mr .und Mrs. Wiley It. Burton spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sebastian in Jessamine county. Mr. John Hall who has been in the service oversea; for more than a year has been released and is now at home. Mr. Lige Hurt is the champion fisherman here. He caught a 40. lb. cat fish near the ferry here on last 'lii. GUY. la Fr Jn. .il. ... ,, ,, ........ NEW CAR ACE Bryantsville Garage. 3d fee The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 14, 1919 if Gossip About 0 People A I'rof. Milton Klllott of Frankfort Col. M. F. Klkln, of Macabcc fame, Mr. David Langley and Master J. was n guest In our city last Tuesday their grand- was n recent visitor In Lancaster. afternoon nnd evening. Miss Corn Nell Arnold, of ColumMr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Ilrown, hnvc reMiss Holla Rico Hughes has return- bia, S. C is the delightful guest of ed frcm ii visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Miss Llllie Mae Sutton, on the Buck-ey- e turned home nftcr n stay of two pike. weeks nt Graham Springs. Acey. in Stanford. C. Langlcy are visiting mother, In Waco. Beautiful City Property tor Sale PRIVATELY. I will sell privately, my home on Hill Court, consisting of lerce brick residence, about two acres of ground, well improved, splendid garden. This ;s the choicest colonial residence in Lancaster. Also several pieces of antique furniture for sale. Miss Lily Dale (irnnt is making a Miss Ruth Waller, of Louisville, is Mrs Pearl Gullcy nnl daughter. Miss Helen, are guests of Mrs. Ike the nttrnctlvo visitor of Mr. and Mrs. short visit to the family of her uncle, J. K. Dickerson, on Lexington street, Dr. S. I. (Irnnt of Danville. Dunn in Lexington. this week. Mr. unci Sim. 15, H. Ross were In Mrs. (ieorgc I). Kobinson Conn Tinslcy nnd nnd Mn. l.uthi-nnl.cxington Monday. Miss Minnie Johnson, who hns been daughter, Miss Minnie Mac, arc sen t.re spending several weeks nt spending several weeks at Lake I guests nt Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. Harry Klmore was n visitor in t'rnb Orchard Springs. Chautauqua, N. V has returned to Itlchmund Tuesday. Mesrinmcs George Jlnllev, Kd Pricv IJ. I' Wilkinson, who las been Mr Ijincnstcr. ,nnd N'npo I'ricc were visitors in Dan-- I spending several weeks In Winchester o Anderson ha Minn Klltabeth Mrs. Mnude llogie, and sons, J. O., ville Monday at the home of .Mrs. S. has ii tinned to Lnnrastcr. turned from Cincinnati. nre J Grant. Hanson, Harry anil Woodrow, Mrs. .Ion Francis ami Miss Mary spending n few days with Mr. nnd Mr. Hubert Tomllnion Is visiting Itev. and Mrs. Hervcy McDowell Arnold have returned from several Mrs. Jersn Sanders. in Lexington. relative arc spending several days ns guests days stuy In Cincinnati. nderMJii entiti.ined of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Slnvln near . Mir Alberta Mrs. W. A. Farnnu has been n reMiss Knte Kinnaird has returned Mha Ktilc Kinnaird ami Mis Annis Taint Lick. cent visitor in Lexington, from n visit to her sister, Mrs. Hos Herndon, of Washington City, n dinMiss Mary Owsley has returned Mirs l.ury Williams hns been visit-in- llurnslde in Ilnrbourville. evening. ner Tu-sd- ay from an enjoyable scries of visits to friends in Itichmoml. Dr. Virgil Kinnaird nnd Mrs. Kin- -' Miss Angle Kinnaird left Tuesday ' Kastern Kentucky friends in Pine- Mrs. '.Jing of Lincoln County, is naml hnve returned from a visit to for n visit to Indianapolis, before go- ville and Corbin. relatives. Mi.it In;; in North Carolina. rlativs she will ing to California, where Mrs. Julius Freeman (nee Mnry ' l Mr. It. I..' Walker is spending the Mr. nnd Mrs. Cabell Denny are In tench in the School for the Deaf. Holmes Lusk) of Baltimore, Md., ' Martinsville, Orchard Spring. Indiann, where they will week at Cmb Mr. nml Mrs. Jack Hnyden nnd lit-- j was a guest for n few hours in I.an-- I 'apeitd two weeks or more. tlo daughter, who have been guests caster Saturdny. MiM Elisabeth Kite hns returned Miss AMI Arnold, who has hail n of Mr. and Mrs. Hots Iiasttn, have ro-- I from a hrft to relatives In Wnco. Miss Kthel Walter, who has a posi-- l j mast dnHgttful vant in Huston, Muss, turned to their home in Indiana. tion fh the Phoenix National Dank, .Mrs. J. II. Mount has returned from is tixnectatl home, this waak. Mr. Walter Mllburn, of Stanford, of Lexington, rns n recent, meek-en- d it visit to relatives in Harrodsbeig who W bean ovttseas fer seven , visitor to her borne folk I Miss Anna Bella Cmtehfleld spanl Gill Uve j last Thursday with Miss Norma Hums months, bus I wen visitintr hi uncle, .Mine Martha and M',t Margaret Doty of Richmond, Dr. II. V. Wnltcr an.l Mr. Walter. ' returned from a stay at Cumlierlnnd Montsjomery, naar HryanUviUV. is tin! guest of Mia Annie Catherine Kills. Rev. F. M. Tinder and Mr. John T. Arnold and Miss Mary Privett, at the Masters J. ()., and Phil llogie, have home of Mr. nnd '.Mrs. J. (5. llurnslde. Dr. B. K. Wisher of Mt. Vernon, rslartlr) frttm a two months visit to Collins were over from North r. but Munday ant were shak-i- n lias been spndlau few ilays In Mr. Robert Ilrewer of Chelsea, their nanl-s- i rents at McKlnney. hands with friend daring the day. Oklahoma, joined hit wife and chil Mason, of Mr. and Mrs. Cearg dren here last week for a vWt at the Miaa Fannie Stitten and Mr. John Mr. K. !.. Owatay, Mr., ami Mr. Oliloafa. are gueiU of Mrs. Rose home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Wnlker. K. Suttan were In Danville Monday, W. It. Cook r viaHan in Stanfard Mjmhhi am) family. an Stamford St. at the beiM of thotr relative, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hervry McDowell Men day. Mi. Law Land ram, Mr. K. It. W. D. Marlttbury, whe romniwi very and tlnughters with other relative Mia l.mian'Kliinaird It vWUrk bar j alaftpattry. Mr. -- M Hit. day Saltan 111. were guests for dinner of Mr. nnd niter, Mr. Horn lluratUr, in Mrs. Arch Wnlker an Richmond rowl wart ' huur in iiuivittj Satin; .lay Mr. anil Mrs. W. 0. Rlgney, Mr. r.riil Mtntlan of Iht Comings nd Coinji tyTheic Wi An lntirild In. B. F. viriting WALTER Sate Proved Their Value. I Messrs J. A. nnd J. W. Swopa are In Lexington this week. Is Mrs. John F. Pigg, of London, vmting her sifter, Mrs. .Mary I.utz. Mrs. May Coley of Richmond made a brief visit to her sister. Mm. Zarelda Gulley on Hill Court. ll)n Mrs. Sam MlhVr, e( Tenn.. is vtsttiac bar W. Miller. a, Wowl lUiruiMa ami Mr. ami itr. and Mrs. Ben Ham of Setaersct and Mr. I!. Knaavflle, Dickuxin are enjoying n Mm. Mr. W. are. af their daoght-r- . Mrs. J. Springs this CKirtts Kanltm. en the Crab Orchard Camtiin( Party at Cold week. Ijineaatar. leen Mr and Mrs. Henry McBlroy, f hv been rteent vMtart in j ml. Mb Virginia ford, is the charm Annie Belle Mr. Joseph Walter f Stanford, Has street. a recant guest f Hr. and Mr. Mr. and Ml. j Bn Letcher, of1 II. F. Walter. IjOaitvtMe, are icuests of his sister, Mm. K. 1 Ownley and nelce, Mrs. W Mr. Henry Simpson, of Lexington, is visiting Ids parents, Mr .and Mrs. I!. Cook. V I). Simpson. Mn It. H Whittaker and sen, ac-- 1 , Mr. Val Cook, who has been at- cnmnied by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. tending the summer school of Tech ' I'umphrev, ft Sunday to visit rela-- ' nology, in Atlanta, (in., has returned fives n Ohio, and Indiana, before ' returning to her home in Kansas. to Ins home in Lancaster. Mr. K. II. Utisx, ami little nelce, of Stan-- , guest of Miss Josephine Raney, leave this week for Arknnws, where they will am Stanford Widner, Ballard visit Mrs. Ross's sister, Mr. M. K. Dmwiddle. n Wilson. Miss Marion Woods of Illinois, who here the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Denny, on Richmond road, is the attractive guest of Miss Lavernc Dirkcrsnn this week. is n Mrs. John Mount and little Jack M:i!oberts, of Atlanth. are th? guests of the family of Mr. J. I!. Mount, on Lexington nvenua. Her TTZ ' husbi.nd will ;om her later. 292 Shoes 1-- 2, 10-Choice Pairs of White Sacrificed Mr and Mrs. Clinton Bastin ani two children, of Detroit, Michigan, are. guests of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. I!o Ilastin. This is Clinton's first vifit back to his old home for live years. Misses Ruth Waller, of Louisville. Hilly Sanders, and Pearle Dickerson, and Messrs Hilly Kavanaugh, Owen Hendren nnd Charlie Sanders motored to Shakertown Sunday evening for We have placed on sale our entire stock of CANVASS SHOES and OKFORDS at Prices dinner. that will move out every pair in a jiffy. Miss Annie Herndon has retuir.ed from D.in:llc where the was the We have placed them in 10 lots and going guys, of her brother, Mr. and Mm B. to name the size so you will know if we have your D. Herndon nt! will con "iro her vis it to her aunts. Misses Kate ai I.il- size. lian Kinmiriii ' Mrs. M. E. Fish of Crab Orchard, LOT NO. 1, MEN'S OXFORDS Mrs. J. C. Ithiaehart and son. Wit7, 9, $1.50. 6 t r i Sizes 6, n KUUIS11I1C Uilll .'IIS. WCI tVI -I -' The Chief Object. .et Ii line Job. hi tin chief object to Miss IMith Moore I spending the ohliilneil. nn nil that Is superior To week with her littlo friend, Mia Marany mi eartli tlolrnblo end, a pergaret Herring in the country-Mr- . fect md. talMr to ucoitnplNh n work that (dial! survive iiiKhiingitl nntl beauTnlton Wheeler ami brido re- tiful, wliwi throne of power nml n turned Saturday from Colorado, nnd ef art sHuiII have crumbled th are now happily located nt the home tilm to nelilevi" mmiethlng. of the groom' mother, Mrs. Dora with Ii. when tliew lutitnble voUvi nr hnshef! f ir-v- . r. "hall Iie ainltl the WVeeler, on the Richmond pike. '"iig" . .id trl'tmpb of immortality. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speith have i'dwlii H. Clwpln. written friends here of their delightful visit and summer outing they nre 'T In Chjr:h. - UaU-- r scftt having at St. Joseph, Mich. They ifn fnr.n- -' i the mantiy tlMrtcN of Sent-er- e were recently Joined by Mr. R. Zim-mFrday. ucrw-tot d llabt up n who expects to return in n few na the lalniHler ailxmnet'd tlie "Judge" Kentlrick Alcorn, of Stan- days. ' me ISnrruw cnllnl ti4iivo pnav ford, was in the city a few days this r ,"ini, or rtirnill. Bishop Bur-- i Mr. and Mrs. Alex Milby have reweek taking depositions in the divorce ."i was wi Itwith In urt wills Id proceedings of Mrs. Belle Kincaltl v turned from n visit to relatives in pipe that be cut a h.di- - In lil ! Lebanon, and arc now with her parV. P. Kincaid. It, Doctor Parr ued reguit ents, Mr .ami Mm. J. V,. Reyno'dj larly to smoki1 In the y lieforH Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Burnside enter M- -. ami Mr. Milby will leave Satur- M"- n.irn while the congregation wn tained at a dance last Wednesday day for Springfield, Ohio, where tliey Inning. ".My people like long lijinn," evening, in honor of Misses Arwic will reside. l.e Mild, "l.ut I prefer inns elajx." Catherine Arnold, Mary Privett untl Margaret Doty. Mr. R. H. Batson is enjoying the luxuries of a delightful outing motor MICKIE SAYS Mr. and Mrs. Green Clay Walker ing with Judge and Mrs. Homer Bat-so- n nre vacating their pretty cottage on of Louisville, through the BerkLexington Avenue, recently" sol I to cue ?tu.t(t Mcn fMOS shire Hills over the Mohawk Trail Mr. IVddicord end have room with through M Massachusetts and other auo ucYl svios- taw S Busmen .Mr. R. II. Ilatfon. end Northern States. SECtVV --WM Nttt T UOU IT Mrs. Anna Frazee Ball motored to f SRTWFIEO NV1U EMWPrflWCr N( Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smathcrs and v Lexington with her relatives, Mr. aus OF WM Matt S. Walton and Mrs. Mary Rcee son, who arc of the household of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anunu, were at Cc,v taking n train at that place for her fair, where Mr. Smathera had an ex home in Maysville. uve vjp to hibit of the Dclco Lighting System. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McElroy, of Mrs. Smathers and son prolonged Lebanon, were guests of Miss Mar- '.heir visit and arc now with relatives garet Frost last Tuesday and while in ii Sharpsburg. the city were entertained at dinner After n most pleasant visit with by Mirses Helen and Martha Gill. friends here in I.nncnr trr for a few MciUv. Hervey McDowell, Mrs. u'ays, Mr. Vernon Langley and fam Dowell ami daughters, Kliza Lusk and ily have returned" to Bloomington, Mary Louise, arrived last week from Illinois. Mr. Langley made several their home Mt. Olive, Miss, for a vis- friends during his visit here ami all it to Mrs Fannie Walker and other Join in wishing him much success in relatives in Garrard. hix work at Bloomington. Miss Mattie Mne I.utz is in i'nint Kriiuml. Lick, this week, on official limine for the telephone company. ' reet'Vcriil from the tiltn virw rpeiml It wiii found Hint Ibe I.nnkl. pMJM'r-- . etc., WITP III a tn permit tin- - rwivory of dtbt. and the hunks -- ulTered no Io on that iflrr tie In (lie t:rnt fire t Chicago, (Vlriher (ft 11, l&TI. the building of IS biinkf wit OrMrnyi'd. It fi.irrd ihtit the hunk' MimM mffer In many rnwsi nn nliniff total Imt ln, .hi: ?c' .i"ri J : ,1.1111, . W1 "Lot no. Sizes Sizes 3, 3 2 1-- boys canvass oxfords. 4, 4 1-1-- 2, 2, 5, 5 1-- 2 Choice $1.50. llallou and children of Stanford, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hum- side and family. LOT NO. 3 10, 9, 8, 7 2, TENNIS SHOES. 7, 6, Choice 65 cents. LOT No. 4 CHILDREN'S Oxfords and Pumps. Sizes 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, Choice $1.19. LOT NO.'5 MISSES' STRAP PUMPS. Choice $1.48. 3, 3 Sizes 1, 2 1-- 2, 1-- Judge Forest Stapp has joined his wife and daughter, Helen, in Petoskey Michigan. During his absence, his Irvine, will be in his office and I son, will Issue any papers until the Judge returns next week. Mr. ami Mrs. W. 11. Dickirson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Fitzgerald, Lieut, and Mrs. Jack Casey, Mrs. Jesse Hendren, Misses Ruth Waller, and Pearl Dickerson, and Harry Itaney enjoyed a delightful swimming party Mrs. Bright Herring has received word that her son, Private Floyd K. Swope, of loth Marine Co, 6th Machine Gun Bn., belonging to the famous Second Division has nrrivetl at Quantico, Va and will there be discharged. He stated that they paIn New York City and met with Mrs. Luther Gibbs entertained nt raded her country home last Monday the a fine reception there. following guests; Mr. John Baugh-ma- n and son, Branham, Mr. and Mrs. Gunn Hayden and children of Rush-vill- e, Indiana, Mrs. V. B. Hayden, of Jessamine, Mrs. Allic Walker Fox, of Wichita Kansas Mrs. George Mc- Roberts, of Covington, Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird and Mrs. John M. Farra. were week end guests at the Kengarlan Saturday en route to Crab Orchard Springs where, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lloyd and Mrs. Annr. Ball they spent Sunday, .Mrs. Mary Reese of Lexington, Attorney Matt Walton and cousin, Dr. anil Mr. Virgil Kinnaird, of Lancaster were the guests of friends here Saturday.. Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and daughter, Dorothy, who have been spending several weeks. In Ijtn- - 2, Sizes Sizes Sizes LOT NO. 6 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 LOT NO. 7 LOT NO. 8 6, 6 1-1-- BABY SHOES. Choice 98 cents. MISSES' SHOES. 1 Choice $1.39. 1-- 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 2, 1-- CHILDREN'S SHOES. Choice $1.19. 8, 8 2 7 7, 2, 1-- LOT NO. 9 LADIES PUMPS. $1.48 4, 3 4 Sizes-- 6, 5 LOT NO. 10 LADIES SHOES. choice $1.98. 3, 2 2 4, 3 Sizes 4 2, 2, 1-- 2, 1-- 2, 1-- Sanders Variety Store Sell For Less. We LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. caster, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friday night. R. B. Wilkinson, returned home today.. .The following were nembera Mr. and Mr. Vernon Langley of a dinner party from Lancaster ut and little son, Joe, who have been the Gilcher last evening: Misses Fearl guest of hi mother, Mr. J. R., Lang- Dickerson and Billy Sanders and ley and sister, Mrs. Hugh Mobley and Merj Charlie Sanders, Owen Heni Mr. Mobley, have gone for a visit to c dren and William Kavanaugh. relatives in Waco, before returning Ad'njcate. to their home in Uloomington, HI. Mrs. J. M. Farra entertained FriMiss Marie Ilallard entertained at In day afternoon with a reception n delightful six o'clock dinner Sathonor of Mr. Allie Walker Fox, of urday evening in honor of Misses Wichita Falls Texas, who is the house Rachel Hill and Anna Katherine Mrs. Joe Burnside. of Stanford, Miss Cora Neil guest of Mr., and largest gatherings Arnold of Columbia, S. C, and Messrs It was one of the and was given Uryan Shilletind Uurnam Davis, of In rociety this season at the pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. , Morgantown, N. C. Joe Burnside on Richmond avenue, Dollie which had elaborate decorations in Dailey, Mesdame Cyrus In the Crown and Miss Amanda Anderson exquisite taste everywhere. have been apprised of an accident by receiving line were Mrs. Farra, Mr. a fall sustained by. their sister, Mrs. John Brown, of Louisville. Ices, Becake and mints, in the colors Mary Harris, of Indianapolis. cause of advanced age and a severe of pink and white, were served. The illness she has recently suffered her hour were very charmingly spent by friend are apprehensive of the se- the guest, who called between 4 and 0 o'clock. riousness of her injury. Mat-hon- THE BYRNE OPTICAL SERVICE 'Glasses Fitted. Eyes Examined. 13 Years in Central Kentucky. be at the Will Kengarlan Hotel. Lancaster, August 25th to 28th Danville's Exclusive Optometrist. I EMPLOY NO AGENTS. Ky. J. J. BYR1NE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Aur 14 1919. Concert With 300 Singers and 71st Regiment N. Y. G. Band, Sunday Before the Fair Opens THE HENRY MOORE PROPERTY ON DANVILLE STREET will be sold at Your Red Cross Is Still Busy READ WHAT YOUR DOLLAR IS DOING RED BHHBHBPBBWiWCT''i-- ssjsssssjsiasssiyw AUCTION SATURDAY AFTERNOON CROSS EXTENDS TO BENEFIT ACTIVITIES RURAL Itcsl COMMUNITIES Sunday before the otllrlal opening of Hie seventeenth annual Kentucky Slnli- - l'ulr scheduled in lie lit'lil In I.utlNvllle the week of September Sl.'l, the Slate l'ulr grounds will be the scon1 . if one of the must H turi'iU', enjoyable nnd unusual nf fair history, In llu grand snored concert to lie thrllllncly rendered by n massed chorus of three hundred or more voices, ncoompanled hy the famous "1st Iteglmcnt New York liuurds Hand. The 711 Is an organization which "made musical history" during the war a ii I figured In lnuih of the Important wur work of the metropolis. The hnnil Is a l.'ii In constant ilenuinl reconl for vlctrolu nnil plnno-plajc- r work unit rale, an second to none In tli K line. The organization Is niaile up of forty strlklnglj-unlfnrmcluj MYRIAD MIDWAY WONDERS leil hy the dashing, attractive, gifted leailer, l.leut. Ijiiiibert U Khen, The repertoire to he offereil liy this band "III Iih hiile some of the most pretention ami bountiful lompoiltlons of the lmilnil world nuil singers with the in ell as of the Louisville .lulillnle (.'hortil Association furnishing the throe hunilreil voices for the (horns will figure spectacularly In the solo numbers. The view of the fair Itself, roaily for the cat)" to vllii wide on Hie llrst celebration In four jours unshadowed by the cloud of war, promises n liauorania of sirlklng beauty and As far as Hie ejo can reach will be proud out Hie bounties Nature has lavished on a fortunnte land and the should, and doubtless will, bold for many a far deeper slgultleunco, Btid arouse n great-o- r depth of genu'lio thanksgiving, than any exhibition has heretofore offered In Suite r"alr hMory. , i'i-- lt, August 23rd At 2:30 o'clock. About one acre of ground. 11 Room Dwelling, 2 story, Bath room above and below. Full size basement Large front porch, back porch screened, cistern on porch, electric lights, city water, Furnace heated, hot water. This is one of the most modern and up to date homes around Lancaster. Must be seen to be appreciated. Garage, Servant's room, stock barn, with water, 2 room poultry house with pens. Young orchard, good garden. Just at end of concrete walk outside City Limits. Be at the Sale and bid last. Will show you the property at any time. Don't forget the sale of the Silas Moss property across the street at the same date. Locate in Lancaster and you will like to live here. staged mi one of the smallest perpendicular race trucks in America. La I'ayette the Oreat and hl.s Inimitable mysteries are ald to be rivalAfter a j car's efforts In Life's vigor- ed In the offering of Dinar Sam!, and his "House of a Thousand Wonders." ous school the Midway of the KenA small but potent culertalner Is lo tucky Stntc Kalr offers old and young greet Fair visitors In the person of alike a "recess" which Is as enjoyable the l'rlncess Kllzaheth, "wonder doll of as It Is ephemeral. And after the es- the world." This eltlu creature Is only pecially trying and saddening times of !C! Indies high and weighs only L'T the war n playtime and a playground pounds. In addition to the great urruj of enIs especially appealing. In order to mark the momentous tertaining features contained In the and joyous occasion of this first re- rosier of the World at Home Shows, there are several musical organizations union In four years unshadowed by the of merit, and a half dozen novel riding clouds of war, the State Fair manage- (lev ices. ment has secured an attractive array of features In the World at Home MULE ARISTOCRATS ENTERED Shows, which are descriptively named, as It Is claimed that the eighteen or twenty attractions gathered under the A mule slate carrying premium banners of the World at Home were nwards of $1,000 was introduced at Cleaned from many parts of the globe the Kentucky State Fair in IMS. This and bring to the fair visitors the was a sum hitherto unprecedented in a wonders and amusements ot foreign like eent and the announcement lands. aroused keen Interest among breeders One feature which the crowds will and owners. find vividly alluring and spectacularly At the Fair to be held In beautiful Is the exhibition called "The the week, of September of this La Rose Klectrtc Fountain," said to year, this same miuiey wilt be ottered be one of the newest and most thrilling and In consequence the entry lists will effects ever carried with a carnival curry some of the best stock In the country. Of the ussurod entries It Is said that one of the greatest Jack colts ever foaled will come from Montgomery county, lind a jeurllng nud Jjck likewise said to he wonders. Clark county will he represented by u Jennet be tween six und twelve months old whose ears measure X! Inches In leugth and who Is In other respects a wonder. Nelson, Washington and Shelby are boasting of the stock they will send and Ilojlo county which has carried away the ribbons for a number of jears, expects" to repeat the performance. Altogether the mule and Jack-clas-s bids fair to be one of the liveliest stock features of the seeuteenth annual celebration. AT COMING STATE FAIR S WINES BROAD, THE REAL ESTATE The Cross Is jour Hod serving you at home, jou abroad. It Is for jou, now that the war einc money Is past, to make the reaching ability to most nf Us serve. Homo Service work, undertaken by the Itrd Cross Department of Civilian llellof, served In war time to aid the families ot fighting men and to relieve anilely of soldiers In ramps. Out of experience gained In this work comes the Ked Cross plan for the future. The common objective ot all Ited Cross work Is to Improve general llvltiK conditions, to conserve the hoallh and In promote tne wrlfaro of all people. In tha larger elites community Improvement has already reached a high state nf development. It Is left for the Ited Cross to assist In furthering such work at the. request nf established agencies. Hut In the small cities and towns the Ited Cross service is only limited by the Interest and response of tho public to the opportunity offered by the peace lime extension of tho Ited Cinss, Home Service Is not charity work. The Ited Cross organltatlnn ' open to all. All may benefit by making the most of Its farrearhlng ability to serve. Health, education, the development of the public health nursing Idea and allied farms of community betterment work will be dealt with aa Individual problems where Ited Cross assistance-I- s Invited. TUB fr NEW DIRECTOR STATES PLANS FOR R. C. EXTENSION IN THE RURAL MAN. i W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager, LANCASTER, KY. DISTRICTS j "Some" Talker, Jimmy had been over plnjlng with , the little boy who hail Just moved In across the street. When he came homo 1 usked him how he liked the new neighbor. He replied, "I like him tine for games, but he Is the tulklngest kid you ever heard." Chicago Tribune. Teasel In Cloth Dressing, Few people probably have heard of f teasel, which Is grown for the pnrtmso of cloth dressing. The wild teasel Is found In Kngllsh hedges and copses nnd bears a purple flower In July. The function of the teael Is to rnlsp the nap of I ho cloth, although to some extent It has been superseded by the ue of wlrp brushes. ' j II r Getting Over the Difficulty. Guides for Airman, and Two little Imijs, James, alrmnn's guldoposis are the natural lauduiuiks, rivers, mountains, Alex., 4, wont to their aunt's' house Inkes, forests. The artificial guide-pos- ts nnd she had ninny then thorn some nre cities, bridges, roads. Uni- thing to eat. This time, however, the sign" for particular classes ot hnd forgotten nnd n they were leav form landing Holds und signs showing ing Alex snld to James; "Ask me If I whether the terrain Is good or bad am hungry 1" have been adopted by the government. Deglnnlng the Quarrel. Mr. Sijlcs "So you hnc changed Slavery. Mrs. Stjles "Yes, I The Fortugiiese were the first to jour Itilndr" hunt negims in Hi,. Interior of Africa bae." .Mr. SI) less "When did )ou c haute it" .Mrs. Stjles "While 1 for use as shies In the colonies. The was changing my dross." Mr. Stjles first shipment of negroes to the "Hut it iloesn'i usually lake us long as tool: place In I.Kk't, when the tluil. iliiir." Yonkers Star. rortiuucse lauded some In Santo From that time to the nineteenth century trnllie In negroes across Learning. the Atlaii1 was curried on. I Learning, Joined with true knowl-jedgIs nn esMsinl nnd grnceful ornn-nen- t, and an Implement of wonderful line rind consequence, . . . I would rtther prefer wisdom. Judgment, civil j customs nnd modest behavior, than mere iiierai leiiriniiK. onri- - nun Montnlgne. o operating under the lied In tho Cross organliatlon United Slates. Of these, 2.900 are In placed laving a population under S.OflO. DO you know that there ar 3.700 Home Service Sections 3-- i WAR BALLOON EXHIBITION PROMISES THRILLS AT FAIR I v REGARDLESS OF COST. Mens. Bovs. Ladies. Misses and Children White Canvas j Urr WCILE uchampicw Willi LA ROSE AUDEE.SOW lUlNTAIN SPCCTACU Vy company. There are said to be 13,000 gallons of water hurled Into tuld-al- r by this fountain at every performance, the thunderous vvuvos fulling over staliving tuesque groupings of Venus-llkmodels while aurora-lik- e llames color fulls and graceful njmphs dance the In the spray. Another attraction of aqueous type Is the sensational performance of the world's champion lady fancy and trick diver, I.ucllo Anderson, und her company of mermaids. Miss Anderson Is knuwu us the "Amptilheau Wonder" and her under-wate- r feats and endurance tests are said to be unbelievable. An exceptional feature Is heralded In u show culled "Cnlnaluwu." L'ullko the average lllmsy pretense ut Orientalism, this offering Is said to faithfully duplicate the dark, mysterious underground world which wus once San Francisco's' Chinatown before the great earthquake wiped this cesspool tit sin from the earth. Rood, rousing eicltement will be offered In the l'olatk llrothers Itlg Indoor Circus, wltli Its rough-ridin, animal acts and as well us In the Hager motorcycle and automobile racing features which will bt The Kentucky Stale Fair management Is unable to state definitely as jet that an exhibition of balloon ID lllghts ami parachute drops will be an unprecedented attraction at the Ken tucky State Fair the week ot Septeui' ber but there is every indication that the Government will sanction the showing which will be one of the most Interesting thu Fair has ever pre sented. It Is the plan and plea ut the Stale (!) Fair munagemeut that the 31st V, S. Itallnou Company be stationed on the ii grounds during the l'ulr and If this request is granted tne enure company will figure In balloon ascensions, parachute drops nud balloon lllghts which will give sensational Illustration of wur-tlmmaneuvers In the air. Among the "sky vessels" will be the great "Sausage ltalloons" used In observation work during thu war, and the dirigible balloon will also be an attraction ot unusual Interest by reason ut the fact that there are few pilots In civilian life who cuu inunage them and they ure therefore seldom on exhibition. I'ubllc attention will center on this balloon It is said, by reason of their enormous size and their adaptability to maneuvering, bombing, etc, ltut the attention und Interest of the crowds will undoubtedly center ou the mammoth captive balloons In which passengers may dully soar cloudward and thereby gather some Idea la advance of the method of travel predicted as a common carrier In the near future. ll I I I) SHOES and OXFORDS To Mend Umbrella. I'nibrellu bundles sometimes be come loosened from the sleel rods, Put some lesln In mi Iron sjhmiii and b iM It over the l?iis or on a hot slove .,11 il...r..,,..liU. t....l...t II ii."' , ...v.. fxmi- - If ' Into the cavity In the handle und put the sleel rod Into It. Hold It firm tin-- I the resin Is cold. Use fcr Luminous Paint. Various kinds of luminous paints, covered with transparent varnish, lire used for the purpose of making watch hands visible nt night. The chemicals that give this property ot phosphorescence to the paint are chiefly too sulphides of strontium, barium und rnl-- c lum. Nature's Method of Storage. In savage races nature stores up food for time of famn converting It Into fat. This ine by of nuture still operates, despite I he luck of the necessity for It, among civilized iM'oplc-K- , und the result Is corpulence. ly substituting fusts for thu famines of old, the flesh run be brought to normal with no bad effects. In lower iinlmalsunil I I r Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. THE United With these facts In mind, the II u reau of Rural Organisation has been created In the Ited Cross Department of Civilian Hellef, and I'rof. K. I.. Morgan, of tho faculty of the Massachusetts Collego of Agriculture, has been appointed director. In tho future) every lied Cross worker is to b Infnrmed as to where tho community can get help In other than Ited Cross work, and will consider It part of his duly In connect the community with those sources of help. "There are numerous problems," sys ITofessor Morgan, "which can lie met only on the basis ot a county There are a number of counties In which this sort Pf work has boon done and the fnllnwlnc has been the general procedure "1. A of tho county-- ide agencies for eirhangfl of plans and projects and for mutual Information about the work of each. "2. A study of tlm county concern Ing the outstanding needs of the county as a whole and certain towna In particular. "3. A conference of the people called by these varloua agenclea. M. by various The presentation agencies of their program of work for the coming yenr. '5. Some sort of medium through which the counly-wldagencies may come together frequently to Keep In with each other. touch 'The Ited Cross does not assume that It Is a correlative agency with a purpose of assembling other bodies. 'It Is tho plan ot tho workers to de velop rural organizations In tho var ious Ited Cross divisions aa rapidly as Is feasible so that the development of the rural community, the heart and soul of country life, may be brought bout." REPORT SHOWS INCREASE IN HOME SERVICE WORK DURINQ THE PA8T MONTH Home Service W1I1I.K Cross belne launched la the new work ot the States Railroad Administration Announces Round Trip Excunion Fare from LANCASTER, to LEXINGTON, KY. account LEXINGTON COLORED FAIR Tickets on tale August 17th to 23rd Inclusive. Good for return until August 25th. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD For detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. Flowers Loved by All. Flowers serin Intended forthevolaco of ordinary humanity children lovo themj quiet, contented, ordinary jkss. pie love them as they grow : luxurious and disorderly people rejoice In them gathered; they are the cmiuger's treasure, and In the crowded town murk, as with a little broken frugnient of rainbow, the windows of the workers In whoso hearts rests the covenant of peace, Jtnsifln. throughout Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, tho aftermath of war caaes la not being neglected. The last monthly report from tht Civilian Itellef office In Cleveland shows 108 home service sections organized In Ohio 10 In Indians sad 144 In Kentucky. These 357 organised bands ot workers have dealt with 40,709 families during the month firing SDeclsllied Informstinn In 1A1t instances sua rendering tsngnte les in 30,3 HAIL SPELLS DESTRUCTION I am writing a combined policy that should attract every tobacco grower in the county. It gives you protection in the field against HAIL, and in the barn against FIRE, 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 storm arises with hail and lightning, and your crop is destroyed in the field by hail and your barn is struck by lightning (this happened twice last year) burning same, you will collect for damage done by Hail as well as your load in the barn. I also wish to announce that I can now give you $200.00 an acre protection in the field against Hail. Several have asked foi' this and I have had to refute until today, but I have it for you now. HAIL RATES. To-da- y Is Here! There are many of you that own Auto's but there are few of you who realize the chance you run when you are operating your Auto. A few minutes time investigating this protection may save you 'many minutes of worry. Look up your old policy and see if you have enough insurance on your property. Your property is worth more now 1 $100.00 per acre in field and $200.00 per acre in Barn for four months at $10.00 per acre. $200.00 per acre in field and $200.00 per acre in Barn for four months at $17.00 per acre. per acre. $50.00 per Acre in (icld and $200. per acre in Barn for four months at $7. than ever before. TORNADO RATES. $50.00 per acre against Hail with $200.00 per acre in barn for three months at $6.40 per acre. $100.00 per acre against Hail, with $200.00 per acre in barn for three months at $9.40 per acre. $200.00 per acre against Hail, with $200.00 per acre in barn for three months at $16.40 per acre. From all available indications it looks as if Tobacco will be as high this year, if not higher, than last, ns 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. 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 UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE CO.. Don't forget the places to find me at the Garrard Bank SOLICITORS Will Protect you. Charley Thompson and Smiley Hill. and Trust Company, or The Kengarlan Hotel. R. THE GENERAL T. PEDDICORD INSURANCE MAN. Moat Valuable Building. I.lfe The Insuninra DiiiltuM" bulldtng uf New- - York city has an vnlue nf J2Ti,0i).iKM. which Is the largest tux valii " pl.ireil un. any building. Napoleon's Faith In Diamond. Jutt a Hint. Buttonholeleis Collar. ii large diamond n't Intfnd nf buttonholes, a new rollar (.erahl liven iluunttiilra anil nuuea In lie Iillt f Hie muni In' wore at his i r turn has slots tn II over the liut-.nji wheneter lie Hmil sumethltiB wedding llli tin famous Josephine, In front Interim kins ti BimmI Ih'Iiib uinile. One ilay wai iIhiibIh lie believed Hint tlx gem would h ild tin' inllnr securely. nut ilny ami Cerahl, helm; iilulliineil fur hy IiIk inuther neter tn nk" fur any fortune. lirlns lilm IhliiB. milil: "t inuitn't auk fnr nny' Ruby's Significance. tUeDt thliiB, lint iUmibIiduU utu MHrlMh-nihMiop nf Itcunes, who Miiell Putting the Clock Ahead, ilinl !" ltow limes have i hniicisl. Hii' iM wrote early In tin- - twrlMh icntnry, lt sshl thai n rnhy slKnlne divine power ll."lllulici Ctrl Who ll"cd never l Mataage for Lumbago. ill' IiKit I huh nine in I. x I liai n daugli-- I ami love, dignity iiikI rnjulty. It lint f.tinihnBu. ocrunllnc to linctnr nmv wliii Jul starts mil rt nlno nlwuys Iuimi cnuslclerisl one nf the it heail nf the tuiilieal ilepartmeut mint beautiful gems mill tin rarest. u'chxk fur tin evening. uf the Swli Airhleut liiMinnn'e limtl. tule, nuiy he jiuriiy rheuinntle. nr Something Jutt as Cood. Probably He Did. fruul fclrnln tn a munle, or b Americans demand imctry that la priHlureil hy a (hill whin merhealiil. Mary came running In from play "rMl tliMH,i. A huniuii iiml vital," ur lie Miyt iiianire I" the het trnituieut. tin' utluT ily she h"-- ! IT griindfii- fording In one who calls lilni..-luu tlllT. Wlllllll Kill' liail llt'VlT Mill before iiulluirlly. The supply nf this klnil of mil that rerutery Muiuht take plniv In Jrm.i yx tn el;lit ilus nt the nutihle. wry long whiskers. poetry iiml wlin had will ulwa.vs hi llinlli'il. It la to Oli,- - she eirlnlinisl wIiimi she mw hi' franil. hut I liTt Is plenty nf flo The Coconut, Mm. "ilo nu keep those whiter on Him that wiiulil servo ns a substitute, Over flchty illllni t tuethiMls lire la nil tin- - time, own when uu go ti tn say tn t 111 li l; nf tin ninvlcsv Itoch-este- r vuBUe for the utilization nf Hie euro-nu- t. Iwnir ltemocrut iiml C'hroulcle. i:ery year nhuut S.iiii,(ihi.(k) nuts are cullUutiil; of tlili iin.ntlty. Franklin Still Popular. To Keep Booka Freeh. Frankper cent are inuumeil In the Knst .'0 lifmkN printed ly 'I'll pi CV flit llinlil nil luniks, place u ami eUenhere us fuuil, lit jmt rent nro nf Willi li lie lin IT III! till' high prices. At a few drops uf lavender uml 4'iiiiiidlau tranformeil lntu nil, anil only alHiiit mil kill, riinniiiiliil Isil-iiIn a hark corner uf until shelf. .H per iflit Mini their wny lu the In Philadelphia of a library uf Tin- - will nut Injure Hie lilniliiiR l.iiplug hooks Hint Iiml belonged l' a Indcpclld-- i linlluT Imiika an Milihur iuuikiuiiiN signer nf tin- - Pcchlllltloll if uu. hut ln'll'i In iri"i'rM Hiu lilii'lliic. rarl-lie- s , mi-mi less Hunt llilny of these Forcea Within. lire eiinlly uli-t.-.. many nf them bearing rninkllii's 'litt- twu Trlnls wlthmit illmnver forces mil. nf. Imprint, were within. Says Victor HiiKn: "There I" Instincts fnr nil the crUes of life." A ileep perplexity iiwaketis n lla.h nf Something of an Imputation, Mad Attractive Scene. A well knnwn HtirKiiut wan nerfurtie a hitter oppuIHon .ets Hie t'ormirly it fnnrlli' Mecca nf tin hi n ' ru on n patient when it ""ill un lire; a irae peril opens nur tourist In VlrcVIa tobacco tonus was Inc mi Htitrletl at n wanhnuse iii'rui the i'Je tu hores uml chariots nf fire; n tin. tnhilnii fni'lnry, where the Indus-tr- y lire rnnil, llliitnliiatlilB Hie whole uieraHliB "I'M te eiitatrnihi evokes ii horoUin nf In progress made a plcturesiue Ihenter. llntliiB IIiiKImiI, the MirBeuu whih the stifferer hail not thought Mcne. iiml llii' slii;lng l negro lunula, V. I, WatkliiMin. us tin') wurkiil, uf tin- - itiniiit ami turniil to the nure ami ahl ilrjly: "I li'nielf callable. ray, miro, I Iiotli e the imllent Is I'olil-Itiuu hull, folk nut' spiritual songs uf I think .Mm hiul lietter ilraw In. Chief executives Ceniured. Ihi'lr race, provided tinhin' the hlliiiN. I iloti't tiant him tn think i t'oni-res-s tins twice cetisttriil u pres-- I Hie niirnllun hiiMi't heen u ihicmiI" 'Mil Andrew Jackson, In June, 1R3I, nr the removal uf the kovcrn Only a Shepherd Dog. in n t iIi'IukIIk of about ten million iln. A shepherd ilni: owned liy it man In Locuata Uaed aa Food, Inri fiiini the irnltiil States bnnk-- Hie l.i'iimliialiT, Mam.. sn)s a writer In Lncifls are eaten In many cuuutrlc I'liieilliiK Hepteinlier; and John Tiler, Our Dumb Animal), roused tin- - fiiinll) where they are niuitcit nr frhil lu III is 13. Tyler was tlecliil ill n WIiIb. hy lik burking "in- - January night. The lililter. They lire aUo preieriil III but una really n Ocmm-nit- ; un he was husband. wlfi iiml Inn ihlhlrrn barely I. line mid ufleii ilrleil In the sun. They t I'l l', fore cuiiKtniilly iinliiBunlilnB Iho escaped. Once In sufety the dog's llinn. Hill' appear In Hie markets nf Arahla, imllcles uf the pnrty which bad Iit trliil tn Inrnli- - his bruvu rescuer, S yihi, l.'k'M'l and MiuliiBaHiir, anil lire him. hut thi Kin.iki- - wan Inn dense. Th ten exported us uu article uf hmly wim fuunil near tin' kitchen door They are nlwi candliil mid Cynlclam. lending Into this fruul Lull. Only u dog! eaten us u delicacy In China. We are reminded that rcscntnir-nt- , loiiht and cynlclsni are so eaklly Carnegie "Hero Fund." for the wisdom of dlalllurlon-l- i Peach Tree Grown In Pot la April. 101M, Amlrew CnrneBle em that there Is double renwm Iteieut liiiiortatlnns of the United for Htnles bureau a hern fuml of 3.tXM plant Industry Include n fiard itBiilnst them. Many a hurt of -the benefit of the ileiendents of lhue u iiearli tree from Iter, ."ii fuuiies It la urowliiK wise lu the losing their lives In heroic efforts to rieoriic I'utapbell, u South China mis- wiijs of the world when 111 truth It la av olliera, or for Hie heroes them-wive- sionary, A tree only 15 Inches tnll "lily mowing- - ban! and bitter. An aurvlvluB tliotiith Injureil. The ripened Ave cnud-slieedible cl I lif- iiiipiiilutaiice with tuuiiklnd does nut endowment U known u Hie t'arnegle eline (tenches. The plant la said to menu luiTclyJearnlnc humanity'! aeutny kero fund and Is plated In the hands nunc true In seed, and It la predicted side and being on guard against It. A a, wider study will bring a far different uf a committee couiiosed of 'J I per-lim- Hint fruit Brnners will develop a iml more hopeful knuwledge. residents uf rilt.huriili. new race of divurf peiahca. Virilism had pl lhi Fashion's Limelight Reveals Much Neckwear Ho; ' ling Island was n swnmp .t waste land when the great war came. The name has hii-attached to It since ini. early days when It was occupied by Indians, but the exact reason for Its naming Is obscure. Much Truth In Her Remark. In n Weitern court a crrtuln ninn ns defending himself 111 n suit tor unreasonable," he divorce. "She's I'litemlcd, lidding, "why the other day "lu culled mo the luzlest man In the, v.orbl liirnuse I threw- - n kiss at her." No Salt Exhaustion. eventimlly will he cxlLitiited. as also u III many other lieceltles, but not so with Mill. Drillers for oil In Texas iind LnuMnuu recently fuunil ' great salt ilepuls ii lew hundred feet below the surface. Snme of these beds were 'J.t feet thlik. Kuel BlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBKXlKsil atBlBlBlBVB4 1 SlBlB inllllllll illiil Make for Bualnesa Succeaa. The foundations for success In lm. ncss nre work, perseverance and chnr-ncte- r. nifferent men who have triumphed In various spheres of business may set down their own experiences mid views In other ways, but you will pinetlcnlly alwnys find that the summing up mines to thosu three Items In the end. Had Origin In America. There has been much controversy ver Hie sung, "The Ited, White and I'.lue." but the logical cuncluslnn Is Hint the nuglMi iiilnptcd their words from the American song, which was written by Thomas A. Itecket, nn lifter be bad imide America his lmme. Before this song was writ-tiIn isiii), no similar version was known In Knglnnd. Llncoln'a "Lost Speech." On the twenty-nintof May, In 18.VJ. Llucoln mude u speech nt the first atate nuiveullon In Illinois that la remembered us Lincoln's ",ot Speech." Lincoln, who was one of the delegates, was suggested fur governor, but lie prnKised that William Itlssell should be nominated Instead. The suggestion was accepted and Lincoln addressed the,coovcnthiii for one hour, speaking with such tire and elisUciiie that the surprised und Interested forgot to take notes mid his great speech was never reionled. Women seem to have become much addicted to wearing neckpieces of many kinds. A Utile Journey through shops und departments that carry neckwear reveals such u world of It and such n variety ot It that there muit be u grent detnnud for all kluils of neckwear. Many ot tliu pieces nre intended to replace summer furs. These Include scarfs made of plushes, ostrich I ii ins, ostrich enpes und enpos of tnurubout feather nr mnrnbout finished with ostrich fringe. This ostrich fringe, which uppenrs like muru-boIn black, while and natural color. Is Used In borders and bunds lu scurfs of guhl und silver tissue. Some of Hie new plushes used fur scarfs do not attempt u close Imitation of fur but suggest the most pop-la- r summer furs, as ermine and broad-ta- ll and moleskin. Ileshles these there are mine handsome satin scarfs and rapes trimmed with narrow hands of real fur, shown with hats to match like the siunrt affair that Is shown at the right of the two figures uhove. ltlch silk tassels und silk embroidered motifs put this lu a class with the handsomest furs. Itoth ostrich and marabout make beautiful cupes In the style of that shown at the right of the picture. Nearly all of these are in the natural taupe color of the feathers, hut In ostrich capes nnil boas there Is often a mixture of white mid natural Hues. Huffs made of mnllnes in very full plaits mid mils made uf loops uf wide satin ribbon are mnuug old acquaintances Hint Iiml themselves returned lo favor, now that every thing In neikweut print's to lie of Interest. They are not at all dllllcult to make, the plaits ot loops lire simply stitched un to a haml that lies ahum the neck, and they fn ten with ties uf narrow sntln rlhhon. Small chokers und other small neck' pieces In furs uppea'r to have displaced larger neckpieces mid rapes fur summer wear and narrow scurfs of sntln finished at the ends with fringe, prove themselves n chic novelty on women who know- - bow to weal them well. A Bodice of Ribbon. The bodice made entirely of rlbbot la a feature of midsummer dsuct with skirts of elthel net, both silk and cotton; orgauJIu voile, lace und georgette. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 14, 1919 The Lincoln Pipe Line & Refining Co. Incorporated Under Laws of the State of Kentucky. Authorized Capital $250,000 Par Value $10. ' Per Share. The Big Money In Oil ' is in the Refining Business Out Of to the According to the Wall Street Journal 83 per cent, of the Assets of Standard Oil Co., is Invested in Refining and Marketing Business. ft Stream Of Liquid Gold Pours ft Pipe Line. We REFINERY IS THE HUB AROUND WHICH EVERY LARGE OIL COMPANY IN THE COUNTRY HAS BEEN BUILT. 810 per cent for the enlargement of the plant and the general upkeep and incidentals thus making a total net profit of 1,100 per cent, in twelve months' time. A PIPE LINK INCREASES THE VALUE OF of is the pipe line, for a PIPE LINE is the LIFE LINE oil field, for without the facilities to market the oil, development is stopped and the progress of the field is in the waiting game for something to turn up. We nrc informed that the following figures are OIL PROPERTY. right-of-wa- correct: one of the best Investments in the of the buying of the pipes and laying of the line, the expensive part of the work is done, the upkeep of the line amounts to very little, and we have heard the remark about something that was sure as being a "Pipe Line Cinch." While it is true that the crude oil if the worlds greatest assets, and a stream of liquid gold pours out of a pipe line, it is also true that the oil coming out of a pipe line is a stream of liquid gold for the owners of the pipe line. It flows while you sleep and every barrel of the oil means sure dividends for the stockholder of the company. A pipe line is oil business. After the first There is nothing more stimulating to an oil field than a pipe line. It is always true that the oil must be found before a pipe line is thought of, but when the oil has been found the next thing that is thought THE MANAGEMENT OF THE COMPANY WILL BE IN THE HANDS OF EXPERIENCED, SUCCESSFUL OIL AND BUSINESS MEN. THE LINCOLN PIPE LINE & REFINING CO., Incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky, at Stanford, Kentucky, with an authorized capital stock of $250,000.00 divided into 25,000 shares of 510.00 each, sold at pan full paid and The company is beinz financed on a safe, sound and conservative basis. There is no preferred, watered, bonus or promotion stock. THE LINCOLN PIPE LINE &REFWNG Co., will build a pipe line from Stanford Lincoln county to the Southwestern part of Lincoln county to relieve the congested condition of the oil fields of this county, as the production of oil ha exceeded the facilities for getting.thc oil to the market. There is only one question about a pipe line and refinery be inn a financial success, and that is having the oil to refine. Of this we are assurred, and we hope that nobody doubts that gasoline and fuel oil are salable products. As the pipe line will control the oil handled through it, an oil refinery plant will be built near Stanford with a capacity of 500 to 1,000 barrels per day. A PIPE LINE IS LENDING A HELPING HAND TO THE OIL MAN. An oil well without the facilities to market the oil is like the rich man up a tree with a sack of gold and the great flood waters surging all around him. He has the wealth but cannot use it to any advantage for himself; and when the nervy oil prospector has found the oil, then he commences to look around for a pipe line to carry the oil to the market,, and have is where the pipe line lends a helping hand by providing a way for him to send the oil to the ket and bring back the golden returns in money. ESTIMATED PROFITS. Estimated profits of a refining plant with a capacity of 1,000 barrels cf crude oil per day of 24 hours. Daily Gross Receipts 500 bbls 21,000 gallons gasoline at 18c $3,780.00 150 bbls 6,300 gallons engine dists, at 6c. 378.00 bbls, 4,200 gallons cylinder oil, at 10c 100 420.00 250 bbls fuel oil, at $1.75 437.50 1,000 barrels $5,015.50 Daily Cost of Production 1,000 bbls. high grade crude oil delivered $2,750.00 Labor, royalty, fuel, etc. 175.00 Office and marketing expense 75.00 Upkeep, taxes, insurance, etc 15.00 Statement Daily gross receipts Daily cost operation 1 The Pipe Line and Refinery will be in charge of practical experts of wide experience in this line of business. The field work of the company will be in charge of experienced oil operators whose experience and knowledge of the conditions and business will enable them to avoid mistakes and guarantee success and earn large dividends for the stock-holder- s. The men who have charge of the management and financial affairs of the company are C. S. Shriver, President Expert Oil and Pipe Line Operator. Lexington, Ky. Hon. W. H. Shanks, V. President Stanford, Ky. President Dix River Oil & Gas Co., Pres., Florence Oil Co., President Lincoln County National Bank, President Lincoln Trust Co. Lee Dekle, Tampa. Fla. Manager Dix River Oil & Gas Co., President Dekle Investment Co., President Dade City Highlands Co. (i. B. Reynolds, Vice President Stanford, Ky. Vice President Dix River Oil & Gas Co. G. W. Hill, General Supt Miami, Okla. General Superintendent Dix River Oil & Gas Co., Expert Oil and Drill Operator. A. S.'Hunsiker, Field Supt. . Miaki, Okla. Director Dix River Oil & Gas Co. W. M. Bright, Treasurer Stanford, Ky. Cashier Lincoln County National Bank, Dix River Oil & Gas Co., Secretary-TreasurLincoln Trust Co. Harvey Wilkinson, Secretary Stanford, Ky. Hon. Harvey Helm, and in Diplomatic Service. , J. B. Paxton, General Counsel Stanford, Ky. Lincoln County National Bank, General Counsel Dix River Oil & Gas Company. Pittsburg, Pa. I. M. Fickeisen, Director, President Daniel Boone Oil & Gas Co., operating in Pennsylvania and Oklahoma fields. Vice-Preside- nt Vice-Preside- nt er Vice-Preside- nt REFINING STOCKS PAY Bl(5 DIVIDENDS. Some of the best paying stocks in America toddy arc oil refining stocks, as illustrated below: The Ponca City, Okla., Refinery, after paying almost unbelievable dividends for two cnr, sold out to another company at a price that returned to each stock-hold$2,350 for every $100 invested. An investment of $100 made in the Wichita Independent Oil and Refining Company's stock netted $2,500. eighteen months later. The Odessa Oil & Refining Company was organ ized five months ago their stock is now quoted nt 3 for 1. It is reported that in 1917 the Panhandle Rcfin-in- g Company paid a dividend of 270 per cent. The Wichita Valley Refining Company paid a dividend of 290 per cent. The Atlantic Refining Company paid a dividend of 258 per cent. THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF KANSAS, in 1913 made over 110 per cent on is capital of $1,000,000. THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW YORK during 1912 made over 100 per cent, net profit on its capital of $30,000,000. THE WATER.PIERCE OIL COMPANY, from 1900 to 1915 made an average of over 500 per cent, net profit a year on its capital of $400,000. SOLAR REFINING COMPANY, in 1913 made over 1S4 per cent, net profit on its capital stock of $5,000,000. THE REFINING COMPANY earned during 1912 100 per cent, on its capital stock of $5,000,000. THE ATLANTIC REFINING COMPANY, earn-e- d 128 per cent, during 1916 on its capital stock of $5,000,000. THE CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY, in 1915 earned 130 per cent, net profit on its capital stock of $300,000. THE OKIO OIL COMPANY, during 1916 earned over 100 per cent, on its capital stock of $15,000,-00ANGLO-AMERICA- 0. C. A. Lexington, Ky. Gartlan, Director Vice President and General Manager Daniel Boone Oil & Gas Co. $3,015.00 $5,015.00 3,015.00 Daily nst profit $2,000.00 Annual net receipts 300 days at $2,000 per day, $600,000.00, or 250 per cent on a $250,000. 00 investment. We believe that the above tabulation of figures is a conservative estimate of the earning power of a plant such as we will build. You may cut the estimate in half and you will readily see we still have a profit of 125 per cent on our capital stock. A refinery plant at Iowa Park, built two years ago, paid-to- ' its stockholders for the year ending April 15. 1918, 290 per cent, dividends, setting aside , Stanford, Ky. Managing Editor Interior Journal, Director Lincoln County National Bank. Stanford, Ky. W. H. Fields, Director Hardware Merchant, Assistant Secretary Dix River Oil & Gas Co. C. C. Carroll, Director, ...Versailles, Ky. President Versailles Oil Co. Harrodsburg, Ky. F. P. James. Director Mercer-Lincol- n Secretary-TreasurPine Knob Oil & Gas Co., Cashier First National Bank, President Kentucky Star Oil Co., State of Kentucky. Harrodsburg, Ky. N. L. Currey, Director Pine Knob Oil &7 President Mercer-Lincol- n Gas Co., President Currey Grocery Co. Crab Orchard, Ky. H. G. Skiles, Director Treasurer Dix River Oil & Gas Co., Cashier Crab Orchard Banking Co., Crab Orchard Springs Co. E. C. Walton, Director er or Vice-Preside- nt THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA, during 1914 earned 130 per cent, on its original capital stock of $25,000,000. COSDEN & COMPANY, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, made over 100 per cent, net profit a year since it commenced refining in 1909. The above instances show some of the big profits made and which are being made by the crude oil refineries in the United States. The profits of the refineries and pipe lines are enormous. This is testified by the fact that stock in refineries having been in operation three and four years cannot be bought for $35.00 on the original $1.00 invested. THE LINCOLN PIPE LINE & REFINING COM-PANoffers you an extraordinary opportunity for a good safe and profitable investment in the shares of the Capital Stock, at par, $10. per share. A limited number of shares is offered to the investing public at par for a few days only. Address all communications and make checks payable to The Lincoln Pipe Line & Refining Company, Stanford, Ky. Y SUBSCRIPTION BLANK COUPON. For Stock in The Lincoln Pipe Line & Refining Co., Stanford, Kentucky. I hereby subscribe for shares of the Capital Stock of THE LINCOLN PIPE LINE & CO., at $10.00 the share, par vaue $10.00 fully paid and G Name 'City State .