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EDUCATIONAL CONGRESSMAN FAMOUS RESORT COMMUNITY STEPHEN ISON NEXT WEEK CAMPAIGN CHEST LOAN KING SWOPE Crab Orchard Springs Garrard County's Old- To be Educational week est Citizen Passes To Be Launched In Gar-Takthroughout Kentucky Being Raised At Oath of Office oldest resort in Country changes hands. Away. . rard Next Week. a nd Assumes Duties. CARRARD MUST NOT FAIL. Something Hint will prove ot gient nlil to the lck in the community near Community Loan Ilryantsvillc. is Client thnt I now being raised, and to which the people of that section nre responding llhernlly, Is the Intent hy the progressive people of thin splendid community. In convention with one of the prominent nnd most Influential citizens, of llryanUville, we were ndvued that n Community l.onn l'het, was one of the greatest nids to the sick, thnt could he had in any community nnd that the people there wire responding llhernlly to it. These people are nsked to loan such things ns sheets, towels, pillow fuses, hot water Lotties, ice cans, drinking tubes, bandages, gauze, cotton, iodine, alcohol, etc. The chest will he kept under the jUcrlion of some of the local ladies, who will dispense such articles ns are recommended hy the visiting ph)icinn and hy having it centrally located will prove quite convenient and accessihle. 1 will serve Court Day dinner next Monilny. and will appreciate a call. Two doors below the Baptist church Mrs.J. O. Bogie on Richmond ft When in need of Dental Work, call Otlice in Cenon l)r. M. K. Denny tral ltccord lluildiiirf. I'hone 217-24Itev. W. I'. Crouch, uistor of the Christian church at Carlisle, Ky., will at the begin n series of meetings Christian Church at lluhhle, Ky , on .Monday August 2,'th. All The Styles. "Fits-u"- "Kryplok", "Shclltcx", "Shiirun", , "Windsor". "Boston", in all the styles :n Eyeglasses fill ni'hed hy the Ityrne Optical Service at Kengarlan Hotel, I.unralcr, Aug. 2.Vh to 2Kth. ( fatt Spponamorc Farm. The advertiement of Tanime and t.unsford, the Boyle county real rotate r)len will sell the II. M Sponnu-mor- e and firm near the pikes next Wednesday August 27th. The advertisement appears on lh fourth page of the second section Read (t r.:i.l describes it in ditail. r.ttcnil this sale. D. C., King WASIIINGTPN. the new congressman from In every school house in (inrrnrd the Eighth Kentucky district, was county some one will speak in the sworn in today as n member of Conthe Stnte-Wld- e Educational gress to succeed the late Harvey Cnmpnlgn, which has been set for Helm. Captain Swope's official ere- next week, beginning Monday, Aug- dentials have not yet been received, ust 25, ami lait until Saturday niiht but as it was explained that his elecAugust "10th. tion is conceded and that no one obThe object of this cnmpnie.il, is to jected to his being sworn in without wipe out Illiteracy, incrense the day the credentials, he was brought to school nltend.iic ' and bettering the the bnr of the House and the oath of teachers salaries. office wns administered. Captain The earnest is asked Swopo was escorted to the clerk's ofof every one to assist in even- way to fice hy the three Republican members MUs of the House from Kentucky, Messrs innki this raniMi.gn a such?. Jennie lliggins has worked faithfully Ogden nnd Robinson. Seata ed on the front row were Democrats for the past week, in nrni";in , it, out the sweaters program ,i.id putt from Kentucky and Congressman necessary advertisements throughout Cantrill was the first person to conthe county, preparatory to tin1 open- gratulate the new member lifter the ing of the c.inip'dgn nex Monday oath was administered. Congressman night llarkley and Fields next shook his hand Ik fore the Kcpuhlicjn memhera nan a chance Seated in the gallery, designed, and where they had a full view of the for Individually proceedings were und ft entificnlly fitted Classes, see J, J. mother, the wife and the father new sister of the HMiNK. at Kengarlan IItel l,m- I congressman, who hail motored with caster, Alt,ut 2.1th to 28t; him to Washington to see him assume his nsw otfice, Captain Swepe cast his first vote to pass over the Swine-broaNext Saturday afternoon President's veto the bill repealing the real estate man, will sell raving law. The vote came two of the most desirable pieces of in a very short while after he was property Just outside the city limits, sworn in, Congriiman Ogltn, of .Moore place, Louisville, wm the only Kentuckian One is the Henry modern, with every cenvenience and who toted against the passage of the the Silas Moss property Just across daylight repeal bill oter the Presidenthe strict containing two acres with tial veto. Mr. !!ou.c wis not pressplendid improvements. Messrs ent. Hnrklcy, Cuntrili, Field, Johnson, Kincheloe, Lnrgley, Itchiton, 'Ihoni.is and Swopo voted to tin daylight sating net. Keports from out in the State In- rep-'n- l dicate increased attendance at the Farmer's Community Meetings. Even-ni- g crowds of from 800 to 1200 peo 1 am offering my farm at Point During ple are not unusual. the JM Lent ell, Ky, for sale, privately. wick of the 11th meetings were held acres good land, well improved, on at Maysville, Tohesboro and two pikes and near Knilroad. See The following week dates e for particulars. hate liecn fixed for Hrandenburg, li Mntlie U. Wylie. Route 1 Hnrdinsburg, Oimon, Owensboro. Sturgis ami Marion, Se-np- Speakers In Every School Home. ' Scientifically Fitted. City Property to Sell. Meetings Grow. The Crab Orchard Springs Hotel, with eighty-fiv- e ncres of land, has been sold by Mrs. J. II. Willis and T. Chenuult Willis, of Nlcholasvllle, to u corporation composed of Joe S. of lainrnstcr, G. B. Reynolds, of Stanford, Lee Dekle nnd J 0. Mnckey, of Tampa, Fla., I. M. Pickering of Pittsburg, und II. G. Sklles, of Crab Orchard. The purchase price was $75,000, nnd the company will be incorporated nt once v'th a capital stock of $160,-,00- 0. The purchase includes the Crab Orchard, grove and field Irjn, chalybeate nnd mngnesia springs, and marks the first change of management in nineteen years, during which "Mn" Willis has mothered thousands of persons from every county in the stnte and every state in the union. Possession will be given October 1, nnd extensive repairs nnd improvements will be trade with an initial expenditure of $100,000. From fifty to seventy-fiv- e rooms will be added, with baths, the lake will be enlarged, row boats nnd ennoes will be purchased and the roads leading from the hotel to the lake will be rebuilt with concrete. The historic stables, once known throughout the country, will be remodelled, and saddle horses will be purchased and habits rented to guests who wish to enjoy the mountains which surround the place. Motion picture companies will be invited here to use wonderful scenery as a buck ground for their films. The new company plans to cater especially to conventions and club gatherings of nil "kinds. SEE JOSEPHS for your new fall ready-to-weatheir new garments are daily. as Farm For Sale. arriving An expert demonstrator, representing the Sharpies Separators, will he Three hundred und sixty men are on our streets next Monday, County testing cream and milk in all porCourt Day, to show the people of tions of Kentucky under licenses from Carrard county the many good ciial-itie- s the Experiment Station at Lexington, of the wonderful machine. These testers at skimming and reThib separatoi is sold by Mr. Theo ceiving stations allow the small farmCurrey, who I. as the exclusive agency er who keeps a few cows an oppor- for Garrard County. See it in opertunity to market the surplus butter ation next Monday, It. fat in his cream an u cash basis. This enormous number of testers shows that Kentucky is rapidly increasing her output of dairy products. That Swinebroad, the Real Estate J .Man of Lancaster Will Sell nt Public Auction Farms in Mercer, Boyle, Garrard laist Saturday night thieves entered the store of W. T. West and stole and Lincoln Counties, in the month September? a suit case, several suits of clothes, of I If you contemplate buying a farm Two some shirts and other things. arge or small arrests have been made nnd the third -lVou can afford to wait for these party will l.e landed in jail shortly. sales, Those arrested were Jimmie I'mber, Swinebroad "ALWAYS SF.LLS". j prumiiing future, and ii negro named Wakefield, hailEverybody knows why. ltobert Wilon Creech was born ing from Stanford, the third party He Ask him about these farms. Nov. Kith, IMS, and died Augur. 17.' uanted is ltobert Overstrcet, better 1111 'J. of ll.el known ns "oozey" who was last seen will tell you about them and show He was a member I Christian church for 15 years. beating It toward Ilichmoiid. After them to you. He knuws land values He is survived by mother, father, robbing the store of Mr. West they and will ofTer for sale only those unit one sister, Mrs. Cameron I'rewitt, Mill, opemd furms which are desirable and apentered the four hrothens, Uoy, Edgar, Allen und thn snfo nnd appropriated ii perfectly peal to the buyers and can be pur(iilbeit nil of whom reside in tin., gooil ten dollar bill. All are bad chased worth the money. Most of these furms will be subcounty, He attended school in Kirks characters and will no doubt du a divided and sold to suit the purchasvilli', from there to llerea, then to good time ill the pen. ers. If you want to sell your farm Kichmoiid Normal. After receiving talk the business over with Swine-- I his education he completed his couise road, right away before desirable in Howling 'Green Business College. The Democrats of (inrrnrd County dates are taken. The buyers and the He was sent from there to Virginia, linn men io vtesi Virginia, wncre ne nre culled to meet in convention at crowd attend his sales. Swinebroad the Court House in lauicasler on Sat has some good furms for sale privatehas been for the past three years. at one ly and he will price them right. No A large concourse of friends nnd urday August :10th, HUD, relatives followed his remains to the o'clock, I'. M for the purpose of se- boosting nnd adding to the owne.'a cemetery at Manse, where the inter- lecting delegates to represent tuo priie. The greatest Real Estate event of ment took pluce last Tuesday nfter- Democrats of this county at the Co the year will be subdivision and aucnoon at two o'clock, the services bo-n- i. vention to meet in Louisville Septemconducted by Itev. J. It. Moorman, ber 4th, toil), at which time u plat- tion sale of 350 acres of land just at City The deepest condolence of a sym- form will be declared and adopted the City limits iff Danville. pathetic community go out to the sor- upon which our nominees at the re- lots truck gardens and 5 to 30 acres rowing parents, sister, brothers and cent primury will go before the toters homes and farms. If you want to buy real estate or other relatives in the loss of their cf the state In November. All Demoif you want to sell Real Estate, It dear one, taken in the pride of his crats are urged to attend this will pay you to "Get in touch" with AugU't 30th. young manhood und at u tima when a :. Swinebroad, or p.oiiinson, life full of promise and hopo stood C!in W. K. MOSS, Advertising .Mgr. Dcin. I juiuy Conim '.ee. out before lum. .Monday when they revolted the sail news that their eldest son, llobert, had hern drowned Sunday nfternoon West In the Cuyan Itiver at Man, Virginia, lite miles below Amherst, where he occupied the position of r for the Amherst Coal Co. The body arrived Monday evening in the care of ltev. (J. V. Cocke, of Amherst, The boy was swimming In deep water of the Cuyan Ititer when Every he went down without a cry effort was made by those with him to save him, three of them riking their own lives in emleaturing to bring him to land. The boy was only in lie was at- -' water about ten minutes, tended by two doctors and a nurse ill vain, but their services seemed lie could not be revived. It was thuught that the poor boy had a heart attack in the water. The young man was highly thought of by his Company and had a very FOR SALE: A small farm Battery; "0 acres all in grass, on the Patrick and pike. Two room house and kitchen, A simple method of culling her llock of Conn Guruge and inquire for same. 4 acres tobacco and stock barn. hens. These men have lately report- Also a dandy good buggy, been run bargain if sold in ten days. Price Price $152. for $100.00 per acre und terms libernl. ed to the Kxtensiou Division of the about one year. Call Phone '1.1. See me at once if interested. College of Agriculture that thirty-fiv- e buggy ami harness. R. L. Creech, Paint Lick, Ky. W. T. KING, counties have already hail numdemonstrations. Kvery Robert Wilion Creech. erous the State w ill probably be counPicnics and Rides visitty in The Angel of Death visited the ed by November when this extensive Demonstrator For Hire, large' U. S. Truck. Haulhome of .Mr. and .Mrs. K. 0, Creech, campaign will close. Here Monday. ing of all kinds. Reasonable rates. Culling Continues. FOR SALE. e Our philosopher says: Some folks'!! actually worry about anything. Bill Bowers is nearly craiy because he says: "Tractors are all right for doin' work, but where'll the farmer get manure for his fields if he gives up his mules an' horses?" Four poultry men nre out Stnte showing the farmer's A brand new Presto-litin the wife n price $'10, call at the 2l-2- t. Hay Milk Stations Increase. Call phone 47. Cummins-Daughe- rty DID YOU KNOW Mr. Ed Daugherty, one of our most efficient auto mechanicians was married on August Hth, nt Mount Vernon, Ky., to Miss Annie Cummins, of that city. The happy couple returned to Lancaster last Monday nnd have engaged rooms ut the Runey Hotel on Stunford street. Their friends are extending best wishes und congratulations and are bespeaking for them a long and happy life together. Store Robbed Anderson-Lon- g. Mr. William Lung, youngest son cf Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Long wns married in Jellico last Monday, to Miss Gracie Anderson, attractive 18 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson, of Prcachersville. Driving to the home of the bride last Sunday night, in the wee small hours, she succeeded in leaving the house unnoticed by any of the family nnd together with Mr, Long they drove to Danville and caught an early train for Knoxville und Jellico, where they were soon married. They are now ut the home of the grooms parents and are as happy ns two turtle doves and are receiving the congratulations of their many friends. Platform Convention Potitenees costs nothing; it Is worth much. Take a sttoll along one of our local strerlz and you will meet tertaiii pcoplti who never full of a lourteous greeting. As you nuss thiin by th i.ve in your mind a feeling of whc'e.o!itu friciidliuet, and ou instinctively exbrotherly love. tend them the courtesy of n kind t nought und a fiiendly greeting in re turn. The two ct you arc lidding yet nnother ray of sunshine to com munity life. And many little rays make a most pleasing whole. Try it yourself unlnterruiitly for a week. and then anulize your feelings. Ycu will be surprised ut the result. ln the state in letters to Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, Viiairman of the K;n-tuck- y Illiteracy Commission. County Illiteracy Agents, who are sent out to direct moonlight school work, have been acting as attendance otficers in the counties to which they are assigned lut as they have no poSeventh District Congressman Says lice powers their woik consists in the main of urging parents to send their Kentucky Should Do No Less children to chol. However, even Than Nation In Payinf Triwith these more or less limited powers th have been abbs greatly to inbute To Thole Who crease day ichm.l atteiuance and Gave Lives. thoir woik hrs tiiown wf.a. can be accomplished by eiTrnpuIsory attend-ani"The idea of erecting memorial officers, iceording to Mr.i Stewbuildings insteud of monuments of art. limbic or bronze to the men who lost City schools long have U-- i attendtl,o-- t lives in the war is such a lagical ance officer. to keep the I'ri'nrei'. i one that it is being adopted not only o'l and rural school: a'so muft by many stntes.but by the nation", have similar B eers if thi compui said Congressman J. Campbell Can- sory school l.,w is to be muie eU'eit-ie- , trill, in discussing the proposed State ..id Mn. Stewart. N w Jersey memorial building at the University and Maryland and most all progressof Kentucky. Mr. Cantrill was in ive states alrtady have attendance ofLexington enroute to Washington. ficers and these states nre shown fur "There is now in progress at the in the lead in daily attendance. national capital a movement to erect "No compulsory attendance law a mammoth convention hall, in which has ever been enforced without an atwill be placed on bronze tablets the tendance officer and it is high time names of all Americans who lost that Kentucky should take her place their lives in the service. It will be along with other states where comused by multitudes who will be con- pulsory attendance is being enforctinually reminded of the sacrifices ed," said Mrs. Stewart. made by the men in whose honor it will be built, and of the principles of MARKSUUKY democracy for which they died. With each day's use by a people seeking to Mr. It. K. Speake has purchased a perpetuate the fruits of victory, it new Oakland car. will become a more suitable tribute to Mrs. Iver Poynter has been ill sevthe dead and a greater example to the eral days this week. living. It will be a monument more Mesdames Joe Pollard und Clayton lasting than brass, and a worthy Marsee were in Danville Monday, memorial. "Kentucky should take the same shopping. The Ludiesa Working Society will steps to honor her 2,800 sons who died in the service, und I shall do meet with Miss Susan Sutton next everything in my power to promote Thuisday at 2 P. M. the campaign to obtain $300,000 for , Mr. Grover Clark and step-davga State memorial building on the ter, of Lexington, have been here sevcampus of the University of Kentuc- eral day visiting relatives. ky. It is peculiarly fitting that the Misses Margaret nnd Stella Doty building should be nt the State Uni- und Mr, Gordon Doty were guests of versity rather than nt the State Cap- Mrs. .Mary Route of Paint Lick last ital, since it will be continually be- week. fore the eyes und in the use of the Miss Stella Speuke went down to young men and women who will reup Mr. Sam Spenke's of Mt. Hebron the benefits of the peace won by the Monday nfternoon und together they dead heroes, ninny of whom cume will form a party und attend the Fuir I from their number. understand ut Lawrenceburg. that the proposed building will be .Mrs. Eliza William Hicks of Texas used to house student activities, nnd is visiting relatives at Bryants-till- e will have a large auditorium for stu- who is expected soon tobe the guest dent assemblies. Such n use will further dignify the memorial, which of Misrcs Susan Sutton und Eugenia Pollard and other friends of the comis to hate in the rotundu, tablets tearing the names of men from each munity. Rev. Skaggs, of Canipbeltsville, county who gave their lives, and will keep forever green the memory of i who accepted the pastorate of the Forks church, 'jegun his pastorate those we wish to honor, "Since the University has donated two weeks ago n.n' will preach ugain In a short time he und the site, I am sure there will be little nextSumlay, difficulty in raising the money needed his family will move into the parson-ag- e. for the building. The amount nsked' is not large, smaller than that asked The Ladies Working Society by several stntes which are planning! the water melon feast served similar memorials, und it is fitting; by Misses Margaret and Martha Curthut the necessary fund should be tis when it met ut their home last raised by popular subscription. We, Thursday nfternoon. Miss Martin should not let any of Kentucky's sons snapped the camera on the ladies go unhonored, when their glorious when their forks were poised for eatdeeds have lighted the pages of the ing the melon. nation's history in every war in which Thru an unintentional mistake the they have participated, und I believe name of Mrs. Milner Rout, one of the there is no better way of showing ap- most faithful and energetic presidents preciation of their sacrifice." the Ladies Working Society ever had was not mentioned with the other presidents when the History of the Your eyes examined and glasses Society was published In The Central fitted for one reasonable chitgo by Record, but her name will be entered J. J. BYRNE, Danville's Kxclusivj on the Book of minutes when copied, Optometrist, ut Kengarlan Hotel, along with the other presidents. The I.uncujtvr, Auguit C3th to 2ith. Scciety regrets the mistake. The death of Mr. Stephen Ison nt his home near Buenn Vista last week marks the passing of one of the oldest, if not the oldest citizen In Gar-rat- d county. He was born in Garrard county April 1 0th 1825 and had he lived until next April would have been ninety-fiv- e years old. Up until the last few years he hnd enjoyed the best of health and led an active outdoor life. On March 0th, 1852 he wns mar-rie- d to Miss Sallie A. Searcy, of Madison county and reared a large and happy family. His wife and ull but three of his children have proceeded him to the grave. Early in his young life he united with the Methodist church nnd has always lived n devout christian, attending services when he was able to be about. He is prominently connected thru-ou- t the county and his passing nwny will be a source of sorrow to those who were near nnd denr to him. After funeral services conducted by his pastor. Rev. C. S. Conant, the remains were buried in the cemetery ut Bucna Vistn. A state wide educational campulgn will be waged the week of August 25-3in every school district In Kentucky. Announcement of pluns were sent out by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, Chairman of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, to every County Superintendent and to every County Illiteracy Agent today. Local speakers will tour the county onAugust 25, 20, 27 nnd 28, nnd n state speaker sent by the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission will speak at the final rally at the county sent on Fridny or Saturday following. The phases of education emphasiz ed in this campaign will be the remov al of illiteracy, increase of day school attendance nnd better salaries for teuchers. It is a joint campaign of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission and the County School Superintendent's Association. The stnte speaker-, will b" announced lr.tcr. The need of some method of enforcing school attendance after the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission goes out in July 1120 has been voiced Superintendents throughout Cantrill Backs State Memorial To Heroic Dead. One Charge Only The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 21, 1919 Classified Column RATESi SitiRlc insertion! lc n wont No ml token for less than 20c In this column. No mis In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. I'honc orders must be paid promptly. 1CX.M H I I'S 10 'iS FIBHTS We E S Next Time Buy Price of Folly! 0T tt; CrfKlit. "A VICTOR j j JJ J IS S Q w V St ARE RISINQ, MOUSES ARB SCARCE, AND LANDLORDS MORE GRA6PINQ. JinW It X a K.1I.X H M W MJSWKXK i FOR SALK: 40 ".rade stock ewis. B. Woods, Mnnse Ky. THE FIRST PAYMENT BOTHERS J. F1SK TIRES R Tin to run RKDCLIFFE lfi rni-- r.r ) W.tl.rn N.w. )i',iik man!" "Hid Dnicnn iv. . ixl liulixl llniir A)l li.cr i in il v..i',i) of (In tleli:iiatliii. In II.' i liiiiinli.il of the triii-riililt.itl I '., l ili.inh III I In1 I man, nun- ter In. Teeth extracted without pain, not War Savings Stamps and Certificates Form Bails for Fund for bad results to follow, with the new inBuilding. jection Dr. Denny is now uslnc 2t. ! 8 Bood U. S. Army! FOR SAI-E- : "Shall we contlnuo to rent or shall Tent Flies, 12x10, nt $20.00 each. W. SI. Cornett, Lancaster, Ky. we tulld a home?" This Is the quo; Hon now being plate asked by counties families and houseFOR SALE: Handsome glass Mirror In Gilt Frame. Size 2 holders. Rents are rltlng ever) where, 2 by 4 feet. For price nnd In- with Income not always ascending In proportion. There In favor formation, Call phone 209. tf. of both renting and ure points From tho owning. FOR SALE: About 300 bushels standpoint of Individual preference no of nice Itlue Grass seed nt $2.25 per hard and fast ruin can bo established, but financially thn lino of demarcation bushe. W. M. Cornett. Is clearly established. Whenever, In the opinion of authoriJ. M. Mctcalf, Surveyer, 25 years tative experts, rent charges amount to more than of thn Income, It experience. Blue prints furnished. I will pay to buy or build a home, since All calls answered promptly. Phone taxes and Insurance on the home-ow185, Stanford, Ky. Ing Investment, plui depro. .atlon, Ua.; ally will amount to less than tin" FOR SALE: Good pair 15 hands amount laid out for rent. horse mules. Well broke, good pullWays ct saving, as of owning, ers, also bred jersey heifer weighs are m,:ny and various. home Hadi prosabout 700 pounds. G. C. Walker. pective builder or build. n family 14-2- t. must decide upon mid cllnr, to that thlch teems most feasiblo. Hut this FOR SALE: Several Pur? Bred much Is certain. Savings, so far as S. L. Wyandott Roosters, $1.25 each, most persons are concerned, must be if taken at once. Also some older safeguarded. It Is nmall use to lay uslde money If this money Is to ones. Phone 333-R. F. D. 1. almost as soon us accumulated Mrs. J. B. Lawson, Lancaster. And In most cases this Is what happens. TOBACCO STICKS: We have an i The remedy, of course, lies In proper unlimited amount of good sawed oak ' Investment. You deslro to own a tobacco sticks for sale; well seasoned; home, perhaps to buy. perhaps to build one. You have not the ready money, price $10.00 per thousand. not even enough to begin with. So you Carter and Smith, stop to save steadily, sanely, sysCartersville, Ky. tematically. FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR A FORD CAR: 12 horse power International Gas Engine, mounted on truck. This engine is good as new end will be sold at a bargain. Will itogeis, Buena Vista, Ky. 8-- 1 .i.I iiml at rriu.ir', wii for Inline In i the rlni, ihlllll of A)l k ii t Hint the the trr hi.ule the latter whs houtnl time a rend tor h letter he had rrirUitl from IIiii:.m., llil llpirNid wa nil.,.. ir, unit )rt the tinl lilt iif A remarkable Product. Every tire worth more than it costs. Non-SkiThe Over-siz- e Fabric; The Big Fisk Cord; The Red Top, Extra Ply, Heavy Tread. d In tin- - illy tli.il ilny. It wn only inn of a rrli'H that li llnirHl lun I ittltiili ilurltik' nmiitln nJ.Hini In the hltf no titiMill. lie uiii ursine Ajlmrr to Join him. lie pMnliil Innlnc ptrturti uf I In' lure anil lijujlin UN nf his m-A)lmir was ipille the rr ,if 1lai:iHHt( suv tin: hihI of I) m-- i iluiiiiiter mid halilts. HnpiMHl lui'l Ihi ii Miliienlint ilUcriil 111.-- , ttml vlll,. nt lie trnM-lii- l imiIi ii IHih miMil. hl imreutM prn fur him nnd he hml all ihl.il GOOD LOOKING, GOOD VALUE TIRES Haselden Bros. Garage, Lancaster, Central Garage, Lancaster, Ky. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. Vfman Architects In Serbia. Itelcrude, the Serhliin capital, was the first municipality In the world to employ women nr hltects. She. hail her taken, nnd her mother "cut her f" llie proof, "llmvmuch nre they, pli'i'-i'- ?' akc1 Kilxnliclh, nnd the nnnniimnl: "One dollar end n half for the original nnd Ml rills I'nrli fur duplicates. Illlrnheth p ndered n moment, then aid "I think we'll take lx duplicates, please." pi tnr Iron Rust Proof. To make Ironwork proof ncaln-i- t rust, heat It until It Is nliimt red hot nnd then hruh It nter with llneeI oil. This maket n vnrnMi which, unlike ordinary paint or enamel, docs not chip , off. the Venerable Toad. Toads often look very "Id, don't War Savings Stamps may be pur- tl.ey? liven so, probably ou have chased for it and a few pennies built never Imagined that n tnail mlcht be up of twenty-fivcent Thrift Stamps, 2.10 year old. Actual rcrnriM prove or, tf occasion serves, secured In $100 thnt there have been tonds of more or 31,000 denominations. than 100 years of age. nnd very likely War Savings Stamps comprise the this estimate has been exceeds!. Ideal Investment for the prospective house owner or builder. They are Thing That Really The treat thins In this we nre. dlnitloti we are moving Holmes. o much when Counts. world Is not hut In what Oliver Wtn-de- plriihetli tvrs thrifty Locking for a Q'rgaln. , n e" win children, but nit much alike In feature. At dinner thai night she said, "Daddy, you ocsht tr have seen tlioso Imijs nn the rnr today One InoVrd )ust exactly us bad as tin other." pecntlar-lookln- In watching twin boys Tim from her In the street ear No Difference in Deo.ee. Dorothy was very mucr trtercsied u acnsj two rams. Thcte Keep arc extra good in quality and age. Also a Six Horse power Fairbanks and Morso gasoline engine; Ross Cutter, with all belts and shafts, FOR SALE: ewes and Forty-seve- n S utl.-ilo- practically tf W. sinw B. Burton, Lancaster, bear high Interest on brief maturity, may be sold, at precise' face value, upon short notice. No other Investment attains such high standard, no other Investment has back of it the splendid force and strength of thn government, American the entlro Ky. United States. DIRECTOR'S "WORK TRAIN." ' Don't blame the hen if you haven't eggs this winter. STORM ES' DRUG STORE, "You Must be Satisfied." Egg Saver. Head of Big Railroad Resents Calling His Train a Private One. A Regional Railroad Director was recently visited on his special train by a newspaper reporter. One of tho first things the railroad man said was, By mutual agreement of all the "Please don't say In your paper that stockholders the Rex Garage Com-- 1 I am hero In my 'private train.' Call pany a corporation doing business in j It my 'work train' '. 1IU Idea was private Lancaster, Ky will dissolve on Aug. railroad cars woobvious. With connect have come to 10th, 1913, r.nd proceed to wind up the Idea of luxury. Indolence, and great its business. wealth. In all probability this mobile of W. F. Champ. flco was mad? for real economy. Let us be wise enough to Judge each expenditure on its merits under Its own peculExpression Easily Understood. Aro sticks really cross, and. If tO, iar conditions. The man who wears threadbare why should two sticks be particularly t cross? Hold the two stick before you clothes and lives on Insufficient and to form the letter X or the cross. It unwholesome food that he may save Is from this rather cheap trick old 70 per cent of his Income, may bo the least thrifty Individual In the commupoor pun that wo derive the expression that a pertnn Is ns cross as two nity. Stand for WISE expenditure, rather than simply SMALL sticks. Notice. ay, Sept ember lO AT TEN O'CLOCK Wed O I will sell at o o UCTIOfSI FOR DR. J. B. BECK. 71 1-- a 2 ACRES OF GOOB LAND 1-- Hardening (ARTERIO-SCLEROSI- For COAL OPERATOR FAVORS IT. Sees Advantage of Treasury SavlrS Certificates In Thrift Movement. John Connery, president of the Miami Coal Company In Illinois. Is to thoroughly "sold" on tho thrift Idoa that he has purth&sod $15,012 In War i titvlnci Stamps, bo tliat they may hi LvaIIni'o for dlstrl iiitii"! ninonK em ployes of the company ami hli fu.nlly. In many of the Illinois coal mines, the paymaster uf tho company trave's from ono mine to another, paying 0.7 Unless the paymaster carries with I him a supply of thrift and savings btamps, they are frequently not avail ablo for purchase by tho miners. I Mr. Connery was so anxious to In' still tha thrift Idea among; the miners worklug for his concern that bn used his own capital to put his Idea Into effect. WHERE GRENADES COME FROM. Physicians have found a iiioMi, factory remedial agent in uiiucuvo antt situs- - "The Waterway lo Health" The American Medicinal Min- eral Water bottled tt the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever, ' On Harrodsburg and Danville pike. 3 miles Harrods-burg- , 7 miles Danville. 3 room house, 4 2 acres tobacco and stock barn. Fencing good, well at house, everlasting stock water. Farm has long frontage of pike, with several fine building sites. Will be subdivided and sold in 3 tracts. Here is your opportunity to buy a small farm well located and good land. Buy you a home now. Small farms are scarce and hard to find, and increasing in value. Come to this Sale, you may get a bargain. Look at the land before Sale day. 4 acres in tobacco, 30 acres in corn, balance in grass. REMEMBER WE SELL THE CROPS TOO. Terms and possession as announced at Sale. Also will sell some farming implements, consisting in part of 2 horse wagon, Disc harrow, mowing machine, riding cultivator, etc. For further particulars see Dr. J. B. Beck, or W. T. Ewing the iriiintliiiii nf the K'lidtlirlfl Tor n thf tun. Mime lilt tlie ln,v. i k.viititiH- had hpruiit i up UtHi-ith,in. unit Mo-rhail devil n iniiiiinl pII.T thai Itiroucli tilt of life they would tlik to ulle lllmtlir. and dltlde ll.vlr lnt rrut! I, with IIspkikhI," "It's illtTin-ii- t etui A)liuer "llr has plenty of iiiniir), and run dress wa ll in ti.lliiand throu It nroiiud. Ilirn. Iini, lit lui nf city the Itilliii-urIn cet hl'ii n good iMt.ltlou. Where would I he, llli our roniiiKiu Ktilt and lot Ihnu our liundriil dollar capital? No, lliip PhkI and Hi" city aren't fur tut until I r ' prn.iH-cts.'mn k' ili-undfr Still tin raiitlniM A)tinrr had h lonclnj; to Join hu frlcml. Hi was slrl In tin sinl tlrnl of f.lmlnic from rnorniii; until lnl- - ul nlslit In n iti'ti plttnnco. inn i ml torf for a tntlut-f aliui hfld him to th town, i.nr ripiilal hrlnn nefd as thouch hl f .xiiily cnurlry and unpri- a aipralrl to her own tiiitloiis Slip was Alio I.ll rni tl. nl naliirr line ds) tht-ruiiip a hurry rail at thinn for Ajlmir 1'or the llrt bp a.ktil his fin tlniH In nil ploji-- r for half a day off. "Il'i my uuclt-- . Mr IVanf," ex Ajlmc-rI'liilln-- d sick djlne, llr hit iu'.i,'iiger iill inc. and wHhfi mi' lo cnnif to him at oner." "Why. to- - il.N.crt ccin to lmi paid tiitnli to oti In tho pa.t." "No. nsrml A)lmrr. "hilt tii Is old, ho l in) drad inotln-r'- s only tirothi-- r 1 irui-oho has M a pretty Innrly and lul.'-nilitlife, and of course I can't ri'fi.M' to co to him." Next day the torrkrriH-ncrlveit ii lioti from A) lux r. .imlni thai In- - van hl iituleX that the latter was tery nt Inu in. I had lniltcd on his ri nialnlnc ivlth It until llio, nd cnii..-- . MA day uinl n half," ii iniin ntiil the turil.eiwr. 'iniijl... nmre. If A)lmer linn"i iiinko It op with eitra work 1 II ilmk hllu for Mery loit inlniito" Hut H ppnrtunlty to "dock" Itoyiv A)lmer m r ruine. Johu Craham ilusl the fotluulni; day. and alt llo.nlll, i rvileil oer tin. ii.tniiuiIliiK clrnim . Mvi that nt the t ut minute Mr. I li. ui hud left his entlro fortune, to .....n. ,.,-- ,,,,, ,,l ... .... , Tl... J.'.,.,,, I..I. .11.1 .... J, , , t. h i. over this "iiiUlen and uneipecti I Imi of winllh. Iteierviil nnd tin r ii lull", ho kept his nun co'.lll-e- ! I applied li'ineir lojully to enrrjin out erlinl Innriii'lloii cltrii to'hliii I" h' - inirle. Thet covered certain nir Ifons nf the Inheritance which wnuh con-liiihout a third of It, Ther I ihurih In ho enduued uni ii Sol ,o lielielllx were lo KU til a lull Mtiiliiiiry. A new- - houe wim to l.c nut rnr old laillen who were n'ntle. Very fulthfully Ajlnier to nl'''l'l'i life. In thcKO lienelli'hirleK. 'I hell he 't'tirttt-i- l up hiH reNiiiirei-- i mid at hiM tiMl on the Uirer-polf a new In Kirrel 64 Doses $1.00 sicians for indigestion, constipation, rheumatic affections, hmh blood pressure and skin a(Tcc Money back if i tions. I not satisfied. Obtainthrough phy.kUn'i pre. . rription or tlfrrcl t your drusimu. Krrc booklet OO rtqutit. The Devonian Mineral Sprint Co. (Iniurporatc-J- at Harrodsburg, or Doss: Tablespoonfultn Glass of Water Prescribed alio Lv nliv- - Owtniboro, Ky, The band grenades which the Treasury Department Is making Into savings banks to heln toward nurcbase ol I War Savings Stamps ara riut of a supply of 16,000,000 grenados which the war department had left when the armistice was signed. Each weighs one pound and will weigh approxl mately seven ounces more than tbal when filled with small colna enougi (to buy a IS War Savings Stamp. THE winetaroad REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KY. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. hl fnen ctimw) iiml hN luli:hleiieil iih he renllriil thai he wax mm- prepared to Join hln friend In the illy and exploit Hi pleiiMiri-ultli the licit nf thi'in! The only citrnwt cuiico In nhlih io fur A)lmer hml conuiillli i hluitelf waa the piirrhiiv of nil aiitniiiiihlle, At ho Miirted out In . It niie iiiortiliiK to liu.k- ou r the Jut ready for the two .,1.1 f!i(lle, n leloKnini wai hiiiul.il him. It was from Until llnpiriNul and It prewl him ursently tn enme to the city lo reoiue til in from a t irlMo tnucle. Hiding In an oliM-urmom, slnit. tereil In health, Ireinhlliii; at etery wiiind. Kojei' A.tlmer fnund hU friend. An the latter reelteil liU experlem-In a ilimiiMiird path that hi.) hd hm lllt only Into the lilshwn) of folly, hut hml iiimlo nf hlia mi emhezzler, nil the Klaiiiinir of cll.v life keemed to fade from the tlew of hla loyui ;rlend. A)lnu r ileiiriil up tho iiinney tronhloB net h friend mi tils feel mice mure, ml iliiinened, ilWMunUnu-ii- , ktartitl hack fur ItiiMHtllle, It mint Imie Icrn fule that wrecked hl iimiiiiiohllo near to tho I.Ulo home, nml further destiny Hint made pretty, n.lirltniiH Alii.. Id mux. for n week. r)ii Remember the S. R. Wilder Auction, 500 acres near Burgin, Sept. 9th, 350 acres ltots and small farms at Danville, Sept. 16th and 17th. Watch for advertisements of other Auction Sales. nf what the iletourlnu illy for llnyd lliipKond. mid u fon-Kall In utlded fa, eln n rnr Iho atwilvu lllllu f In tho Morldl i I'liiiviileu'eiii'i- - Itoyj-Ajl-llle- r. Iho llilliiemv nf tho lileill homo life iihout hlin, huddereil iih ho Illidl-r And In hli tlmi" h. il d (onteir 'n The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 21 1919. MNHMHMNMMtlMHMIMMHWi 2 n jiij ll 3V lllllS -- m 9 o 8 m a Galvanized Roofing, 2V bill Corrugated and in all sizes now in stock'. Our prices will save you money. Give U3 your barn s 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 ORE EN WAiQNS 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 yourj now. price on 99 per cent pure only $6.00' PER BUSHEL. Our GET OUR PRICES ON WHEAT DRILLS BEFORE YOU BUY. I I 3 WE LETS DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCKY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' CtOINNNM 8 m litres 5 Mercer County Farms ALL ADJOINING 5 Sets of Improvements -- Auction 10 O'CLOCK AT- Tuesday, Sept 9th son-in-la- : : On Danville and Shakertown pike. 6 miles Shakertown. Long These farms belong to S. R. Wilder, his sons and level frontage on 2 pikes just opposite the Shawnee Run Baptist Church. Farms' will be subdivided and SOLD in tracts from 20 to , 200 acres or will "Bunch" two or more tracts just to suit the bidders. On one tract 2 story 7 room dwelling, halls and porches, basement, Delco lights, water works, also hyIMPROVEMENTS: drant in barn, lots and garden, stock barn, 3 tobacco barns, 4 room tenant house, all out buildings. Beautiful lawn and avenue with shade trees to pike. 7 room bungalow, garage, stock and tobacco barn, level front yard, shade trees. Another Tract: Tract: 7 room bungalow, stock barn, new 6 acre tobacco barn, basement, dairy house, out buildings, front yard to Another pike level with shade. Another Tract: 5 room cottage, stock barn, garage, store room. Other Tracts: Small houses, tenant houses, stock and tobacco barns. Also some unimproved tracts. These farms arc in high state of cultivation, have on them crops of tobacco, corn, wheat stubble, meadow, clover and Blue Grass. Cisterns and the very best of everlasting stock water. Do you "Really and Truly" want to buy "sho nuff " good land? Very fertile, right in the Heart of the best Belt of land in Mercer County. On main thoroughfare, 3 miles to fine graded and high school. Fine neighborhood, close to Q and C Railroad. This land and these homes will appeal to you. Look over the farms carefully before Sale day. The more you look the higher you will bid. Remember I "ALWAYS SELL" and ALWAYS offer something good, that's why the buyers and the crowd attend my auctions. Terms and possession as announced at sale. MUSIC BY BRASS BAND. DINNER ON THE GROUND. Farms, or W. T. Ewing, Real Estate Agent, Harrodsburg will show the farms. Or see, write or phone The owners on the S WNEBROAD, The Real Estate Man Phone 174 or 384-F- , Lancaster between 6 and 7 A. M. LANCASTER, KY. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager, 71 acres, 3 miles Harrodsburg, Sept 10th. The 350 acre subdivision at City Limits of Danville, Remember Dr J. B. Beck Sale, Sept. 16th and 17th. INMHMHHM--tSUNMIIUHCIUHHt- r The Genu hi Hecord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 21, 1919 bloody noses. Jnpnn is a hen then, talks kindly, and enshes VETS TO MEET IN LOUISVILLE OCTOBER Stale Convection ol American We As all kinds of material are advancing, In. represent one of the largest Roofing manufac turers In the South. you should place your order NOW for Een when you want to be honest, you mny ns well talk kindly. It may save you a black eye, even if , you don't want to pick a pocket. You mny as well net like n Chris tian, since you say you are one. Politeness pays, even when you are a heathen; ask Japan shy knows. Are you wearied of the monotony of a hum drum existence? With a good book you mny isit the far places of the 'earth aril delve into their histories and secrets. There is no land you may not explore, no depth of learning you may not plumb, no height you may not scale. The loves and passions of the lower earth life, r file higher and more serene enjoyments of the spiritual all are ours for the taking. 3 & 4 Lssl But It's Up To You. Legion Will m Sound Kejnole Against BROAD PLATFORM IS ADOPTED IjuiImIIIc, Ky., August 4. (Special) If yon want to wait anil pay more WIii i. tin.' soldiers, sailors and marines yon can do sij but don't blame us of Kentucky meet nt the State Cole if you do. viutlou of the American I.ccUm In October ;t ami I, n the Our advice is to place your order of llai,tn.i etcran uf for coal with us now and you will We can save you money and give you the "or lil war, the keynote to lie have your Hupply when you need it truck u.111 he that nt n new vigilance a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. organization which will stand for the and lnutectlun of American Ideal which will oppo.e with Its full strcnirth lawlessness in any degree, whether It Is hilM-ou eipeli ailhc to Itol- or uiiy other form of anarchy or wlfclhcr It lakes the more Insidious Diamond! of Many Colors. Jum-ion Although when free in color they phae of secret propuE-iml- a IT nrc said to ho f first water, dlumimil uny kind of mlulterated Americanism. Judge 11.ii r I if llitrn .Mooriii.in, of nre found In nearly every color of the r it Ilard.ii-hur;- :, 'I rainbow red, irtlrnr. ornnge. grce-Stale Coiinit.iiolei, ami nncl Muc. Altlll.i Cu, Jr. Urgaiiuiilioii lhair man, ilet'liiro that they relict the , , 1 . i.. ..f vUfoi. .h- - Mrn,u. coiucuac.;; urn .uijutmy tell of the returned tetcraiis uheii rt disorders thej need to be The treatment for that the new American $1.60 a Year. you?" "We don't Issued Weekly. Attention transferred Uvloli w tu tMlItic tlnnly on the la. ifli tlio nifnrmi'N! 4.i ...t diversion.I Int.. told . a" . -. - form that .1 I Payable in Advance. and lt A motor partv cunnosed if l!c voice deep tlown in our chaste frlcn(K ne,v rni-,.- ,, ,ire us odious toila) u. ever. nMr 0cno,' new E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. habits, changed sleeping room", new The l.e.;.oii, ' states Commander ('eoree W Hutil..'), Mr tlibion Dun hOtll.i tells US so." Chuai;i, Mix lip, the coulliiiMiitr It. L .ELKl.V, Local Editor and Mgr. Mf ..nlor, t.i(r,r,.ii , - rations, evorylhlnc ... radically .,.altered Moorman,-. is lmorel) ..f .1... t - t... Mrs. ofClarenca Willmmson, Dun'a, ....... .,, ,. .1 ..... ... . .... Muse "HUM .,!...11111.11. "Ill 1.1 tlllll- - tV " ,.r.0,.-ient ideas like that to do," Here ..OUII.. nil men conditions. i.ood which our J,ei.isii Mihllcrs a.i- - Kucema and Mnssie I)i p.ny came over almost Entered at the Post Office in Lanmitt marines repreM-ntei- l in tlu Saturday from Lexington for n f v your ,oi. scream the antia, "it's Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s war. The) jre ur.Miilziu,.' lheineltev ' Thu u.t .souls that want purifyiii; not Dlrd Rebuked. , hours visit to Ijinrastcr Matter. ...,.,n... the Rev. .Mr. Dunlap's firjt v Jl t.i "-- "" your n nut haie .niuted thi force- tne tieacll siyies. lawe Ijinrnttcr since he held un cvan"evs Lancaster, Ky., August 21. 1919 '' "' Ifll 111 llUllLCIllHt ion "present ""'".reiit to.n souls in swimming :ni(l L'1V Mny' cromi-itwa Mu.li( .,,. ,nill4ll,ujl all tic meeting here some thirty yc r them a wash.' FpeaKinr. tmo i.y ner mouier wa ,llwtie ihillt) In u new lUht, ago and thin visit to his home t -Member Kentucky 1'ress Association ncii "juicy .ro.ue :.. keel America wife furl was an occasion of revivini; old mc omeinim; inier.M.init Atltl SO tlie merry SlUUbbll and ' ran:lry I : "" " "" (relink ii That tired, worn-ou- t town """-"-I his at IN loiidmt. Marcucrlte cllmhcll ories most dear as well ns of a renhz. Roes on in ciukJ by a Uiuimlllv )eiter- - tion of thu niUanccnient of our lit' lllcrtlIU M Eighth District Publishers League. lyttrm. A tie-- 1 upon a chair If. the care and Khaklns I,.,,,. has a bathltlK beach. You need an iron tonic to rcbuikl ,.r ..... city. The party visited all places if linue quietly -- to srnj rich, (f J be - her flncer at the bird saM In a com lwu, tixnl imil urriin cision is rarely reached, were Kate, For Political Announcements. Hood courung thru your body t Mnc "inu k.m-- Mini uon I ,1UtJe Vy Ort'uiitituu Clialrmuu 0 interest to them, our splendid 11 in . cause that would remove all M.m lipnr tnne.fn.iminn tntklhit? lupply the !mnti that nn tnv t.. h.... ... i.. School which is erected upon the site For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 . lccome e&haustcJ. If WO( jtheilel of the Dunlap homestead being es10.00 the fun Of arjfUin-fration, nf the llrl aftcr-th.- For County Offices w ar Acid Iron Mineral nemtil of cter.iti 111 Kentuck) pecially appealing to them. They Tor State and District Offices.. 15.00 talked to the point, instead of. Revlv.nj the Bride. .10 all around it, there would be no They were helni married In n rmall An Iiitiiiiiiiii.il of I ih tre.il protective iv,,.re npprcciatiM- of the efficient c.irc For Calls, per line ii prurriVJ hy phyncum la all ... .....l. 11... .., .l.U " of her guests of our hostelry, .10 ' The, eolinlre ,'litiri.li ili.it uou ln.ntA.1 ..1,1. wnffe ji tonic ii irulintr, For Cards, per line artftiment. .. ... " . " .. ... he glwii ilurni.-- the liii'itlnc. .. .... I Kengarlan, and enthusiastic in . frame it ii the mmt juMtiful Inter" For all publications in the : V K r i..u..n,. i. ctmirm,,., V" "mK njtunl iron tonic known. The foundation of all true in un- - .. in mi- - irn'iiinu' mt nniie . , ..... i,.n .. miration of that green spot of refreV.i. a,..,, i est of individuals or expresAr Ira mtartil U fpr r Mf, ethical codes is elemental in its I faintni. in tin. r?i'!iernl eTCltPIIieilt wiiicii i working itn tne l'....,t.,ln. num l, (Iia a.'., -if flw. tf.vntl.. mirl . ... aM fmn ytxi Um M sion of individual views, per : .. . .. rort ttmm Mr iAiuuine 1 10 Simplicity. 11 lSSUmmeit up llll',m' little garden plot in the square, and l I ""'K""''" Ilclty Coineutloii ami line 4W Mir kmm VtM 1 u rMrt tmi t t4 ti,.- - ,o.,,eutiun. " U fM'tH ni (kcaui, r of the nppearance of prosperity in the I .05 the injunction. "Dan't hurt anv-- l '. ""J . Obituaries, per line "CUllH HI1U riflltll HI Wit? I'Ump Ilir tif lh t,Hfan I.ei;luh business quarter of the town, and of, U Wtk x ill fimi one. Don t hand any one a some water. Then he came running In . nrt. ,.. r ,n,l(na AusuM the pleasant homes nnd shaded lawns J Cttt a lotiI (iom jnur Jruc tlcal that you don't want hand- HUH UilMlCtl II .ClltllCIIIt ll IIUICK POO! I, a corpi of volunteer workers left on the residence streets. Upon hi-- i pi take m dirrctr.1, anl hl iheti reviving hrltle. v ttl notice an in a ten diy fur n tour of the state, ;crfecting local graduation from ed you". It has been worded water uer Trnnslvanla In i imprortmrnt in ouf health. orcantrnMon- - mil making sure that in the 70's, llev. Dunlap open in many ways, and in one of its FOR GOVERNOR. rERROOINt CHEMICAL CORP. Keutuik mil .ie fully rcprcente-- l versity The Most Valuable. oil n school in Ijincastcr, himself he Ranok,VicKlnU HON. JAMES D. BLACK. forms it is called "the jjolden So. day i.y ihi. and week hy week; when 'he nrt national contention of ing principal, which enhanced tr iiehl. liezlnnlng Anulso, mouth after monlh. ami year after the I.eslim For Sale by all Drnwl GOVERNOR. rule." FOR LIEUTENANT 11, In Minneapolis i town's repu'Jition S'uwmber as un education 'I tlie work WILLIAM II. SHANKS. On most bathing beaches, year, Mrcngth on; and In that process Veteran are mllln- - Noiemher 11 point among her neighbors. If In gain and jmmetry. and nerve j lay. 'American l. most parties composed of boys and knowli-ilge- , attitude toward his schoot was not that when MUcesi. pa-- 1 SECRETARY OF STATE. 'I'lie Ainer will be a sent land girls with or without tlently and bravely worked for, xluill gnterninental .n I paternal it had in it, lit least, nil the Cumberland Grocery Co., Junction MAT S. COHEN, adjunct. IN Hiroriioru It may tlml you prepared to re and enthusiasm of n "big City, Ky.. Wholesale Diilribuluri. (stockings seem notably un cime. Coiigre l pending. Is lie- - infection It ceive It una keep It. The development tlon in AUDITOR. brother" so that the relationship of 'oiigre tlomil bills dihind Mtrioii conscious of the existence of which you will get lu this hruve und HENRY M. HOSWOUTH. the teaiher with his pupils nnil put u.-jialien Soms Colqn c( V.. i icjs s.ich a thing as sex. That is patient lalior, will prove Itself, In the signede to make laws more effective mid rons was peculiarly cordial nnd inilome-tland siiirben From the Metropc.tt n lunar New TREASURER. really what worries a certain etui, the mint vuluahle of your r lent Americanism a during in memory. to make l(l .Mrs. Kllen Ows-r,""on a clear flnv erri the J. (!. Holland. HENRY F. TURNER. ley, ii life long friend, planned n type of reformer. It is not .in- - entire er i lumcs of one-lT- t the ,, pupiU am, ,,, ncptilatlna of the Fn . Wilson has eiiilor-e- il f loHchl,r no(J ATTORNEY GENERAL. sex is loo much in evidence that neatly No Problem at All. the hotel, friends FRANK E. DAUGHEHTY. rather that it is entirely in The question of the weight of a fih Weekly uf July IS, a letter from tin plenskiit ntfeaturcj of as one of the In Hi L.ns. the day, and hj n water wilt Nettled over 2M )ears I'leMdellt Is quoliil n follows: abeyance, jtuii this CLERK COURT APPEALS. of re " n. It N said I.ody of tti II (to the i".i lor) many as were accessible hy telephone "1 am happy to hate this opporthat Charles II of ling-hin- d JOHN A. GOODMAN. glad you ni cm lor. former starts whining about it hi once nski-- for a solution of the tunity to inlilres a word of greetliic eagerly responded, thus funning a I'm ei . ''ome tinexpectii; Conduct is really mor.' im luolilein ns tn why u pall of water and cuuiruiliilili to the men who haw cardial little gathering. .N'u family and the butcher hasn'i l,a.. .irrlvwl Supcnntendant Public Instruction. tnrm d up. .Vavy hculd weigh fish portant cliaii cuticle, conscience .vus placed In no morc'nftor n live rea--"- orw.1 In the Army,banding and Marine 'uf Iincnster was ever so L. E. FOSTER. Would you ihIihI l llMn a couple of It than before. The themselves and are now wit)l the Interests as was ! Vein m' Wnkly. than calves, piety than pat ascribed hy scientists were imny, ' Commissioner Of Agriculture. "rof that service. I have hud a h Uunlnp family, socially. imIuch-dllloii- rhlckens for ellae. Well all Juiia, this it uo definite conclusions were JOHN W. NEWMAN. prafewlunally. ly,'. rl,,0UHl' The Greater Mlsfertune. the... men on land and seme day, but some of us take tical than Finally one man, more prac - chance to see m iroad. The .i.lrll Politically, and it Is pUnsant that the sea. at borne For Irwrance of all tli!ns-s-. Is an the others, tried the experlhave ever evil neither terrible nor etecmilvr. time to learn. it was ns splemlhl as family and towns-peopl- e tit und discovered that the wcljrht of their service NAUGHTY BATHING SUITS us Increased just as much us the fish Its grenU- -t of nil: prwit clev-sriiand the continuation ol retained n mutually loyal and affec c. If Uiey 1k and innch 'ii.hed. We vi.i ltv that spirit in the American Legion will tionute relationship. This is the time of year when make It always nn Inspiration to the i)ur,!ilp w n, , INnly acctinipllKheil by n bud i.vlnlng. nre a THE SILVER TONGUE. ,..,. ,, tiiiteh grenter taUforlune. Flalo. full perforuiauce of high and dllllcutl reformers start worrying about Ullllt'- -. .x A threat is generally a warn The Dunitv hot.iii stood ,w n beat. bathint' suit?. Other pr-op'MICKIE SAYS 711 InterKeuliuky headiiuarlers, d. light fur el.t ,il ion and culture, slie.l Whst He Didn't bathinu suits; as far a-- : we ing, and the threatened party Southern Ilulldlng, Mulsxllle, Is a Joe had lieo- - i . n- tlrst vaplace of (urlc-- l activity. A utale em i' ng ovor t.i rccinl lif o( the tow-- i know, refonr.urs don't bathe gels ready to resist. IJetween limine! the glamor of a hospitality bith grac cation on n farm. V .en fur the. first under bureau, ployment very much themselves. They 180-- and 191-twenty years saw the chicken all lined up VTENv, OONit Vit Is lu operation, and .Mr. ious unil elegant so it is most liltinj; tlmo ho O'.Veal, on the root lie "How do tNO-- i VJVTWV( the Kaiser talked everlastTEtU Li3 O'Neal Is In touch with local (ai.ts that the beautiful ground iiawn t tiPie. wnilo you are of thi they ever stick nncviialmed.erar.d stand to mat which also hnvu employment ollicers, homestead crowned hy our hniidscfu swimming you can't handle an ingly on public occasions about while they are asleep?" Charles II. Mimru.au Is Wur Illsk Of High .School building should ho foropera trlusj, :,nd without t'u, his army, and what he could do with local pots lu ficer, you can't fnvontiirato the nntu-tor- y with it. Finally, the world looking after Insurance, bonus und ever set a part ns n scat of learninc Japanese Use of Seaweed. compensation problems of the soldiers in the town. 1. Is estimated Hint tWi.tmo Japanese inilescretions of your came to believe him and look nnil tailors now back home. Culum" nre employed In Iho seaweed Indusat him now. environment. Arthur Wooils usslslnnt secretury of tries; using Iho wciil In the manufac' Rubber Preservative. war, has uski-The reformers and the thv full help of the Ld Carson announces what A preparation that may be ukm) for ture of such diverse) objects ns policetliruiigliout the country in iook men's boots, picture frames, marbled now offer their he will do to America. Messrs Ing after the employment question. preserving rtiblier may be made by floors, und e lec tric switchboards. Thej pleadings for adjudications. Dunne and Ityan announce Lieutenant II. 1 Turner, of his slnlT, getting n saturated solution of turpenhavo even found n substitute for cot at a conference In Iiulsvllle lat week, tine In denatured ilcohnl. The point ton tn a senwetil called "Sugauio." "Girls must wear stockings what they will do to England. arranged with l.egluii leaders and rie of saturation Is, known by a drop ot with bathing suits," say the re- But Japan never threatens to undissolved tnrpen'liie remaining In s resentatlves of Iho War Camp Comformers. "They don't need to" do anything to anybody. Least munity Service, fur the Immediate the alcohol, A little more alcohol Is added to dissolve this drop and Iho opening of n reiitrul bureau In the say the antis: "why nhould of all, to China. Japan has alIlnbber articles O IJeutenaiit Tur- solution Is saturated, clowntonn they?" "Because the sight of ways talked about being kind C painted or ner Is now visiting other cities In the should be pcrntlrnnllv swabbed with this solution. the feminine leg exposed in- to China. She is talking that Mute- with a similar object. Dr. Arthur McCurm.uk, of llnwllni; flames the masculine mind to a way now. (Ireen, as rehabilitation uillcer, Is pushCarp Honored In Japm. That why" say the reformers. And Japan is nbout the only If you want your ing vocational training ami lit the same nven In Japan the Jellyfish Is la III "How do you know that?" world power at present that is Is Interesting meillcul men In the repute, tlmo slnco that creature, ncru a Is planning Legion. James I, (in-gorFARM SOLD AT siiiK the antis. "Do you ever not wearing a black eye. Japan boned tlsh like the carp, was beaten to a speakers' campaign and Is endeavora Jelly by Ms king localise he nlloweil feel that way?" "Heaven forthu only nation that professes ing to bring nationally prominent memgulled and outwitted by himself tn be A GOOD PRICE bid," jrnsp the reformers; "our n consistent affection for every bers of the Leglou to Kentucky. u monkey, nut the calp Is honored Another phase of activity at stute and sung, and every Japincso See or call, record is the white flower of a body and gets more, without boy headquarters Is the Issuance of charlooks forward tn the day ho mny, If blameless life." paying for it, than anybod. ters to local posts. Fifteen hsro been railed on. meet th chopper with the S. A. WALKER. Mjir s "Then how do you know how-other- else. Most of us are Chris thus far sud numerous others are In same stoical behav lor. Nvv Orleans Wakefield Walker Realty Co. formation, according It) JX Tlmrs-I'lrayunprocess of iMAtLlt feel about it?" is the tlans, talk rough, and get MNCAHTKK. KY. fiulrHUC A. Sachs, State Adjutant. Roofing All Clean Honest Coal At Conn Brothers. The Lowest Prices. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." u LJLd ' The Central Record ,.,,. .,..v.v ,.,- ., ." ttrj ,,. ,.. s,. .,,., ,,, je ... ... V .....' , ':'.. f 4 ,,, Democratic Ticket. la, tjpi tons "T ucc, lt nr ,,.. ,,(,. a ILook 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 2 U. S. Department of 1 SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YEAR . 1919. NUMBER St. TCCTH and MtAL TH HOW DiSGJlSU I of Begins. . - years, uui colonies 01 inese uacecnii,! within the hone tissue and' Kor ) ears the dentnl prof cwlon haOHvint: ' sending their poisons Into the blood appreciated the poisonous Influenco H'.'i v reductions in the estimated sooner or later crio'c j on the system of Insanitary mouths stream must il t -- n of wheat, corn and pota- disturbance that will the danger to the health of the systematic and es !ii Kentucky, compared to July who Incubated Imndreds of incnn the beginning of the end If I Individual tL.i..ites, aro the features of the It neglected. millions of bacteria in his mouth. The neivc in n tooth is n vital org. : "tri'.nent monthly crop report, .I apparent thai It was not con- ' n, ami the public must be taught to i.'. Louisville last week by II. F. iluclve to health for nny Individual to the United Held ngent of swallowing the germs ami putre- - rcnliie that neglecting n cavity in a Ilryant, he Stntca Ilurcau of Crop Kstimntes. "' ' oxpote.l " were constantly fsctive mns.es that teiriblc mruiee to the health if not Totncco shows some reductions from .....Intlnif about the yteeth. July estimates because of rather poor revealed to life Use If. It was not until the but ns pern .. u condition In some sections, Wl'Cr. various ends of the the Infected areas at the niort fully um. there Is a big ncreage, especially In however, that the j roots of the teeth, the hurley belt, and it can yet rnak" ilental ami medical professions ap- - t ' niuJth n full normal yield if given favorr in i v' iiiinc disoiis-- , predated to the utmost the seriousbe considers.! the .". able weather, the estimate of tobacco ness of neglected mouths nnd dead he.'!cnu wi'l important 1 n.ii-- of gcncr.tl hygici.c production is not grently reduced. teeth. corn production In KenH. S. M S. 1IATKIKI.')' i It is difficult for the average indivitucky is estimated at 83,nC.r.,000 bus-hedual to understand the seriousness of romparcd to a July 1 estimate of CUNN'S CHAPEL. these points of infection, for the ren. Dl.OfiC.OOO bushels nnd a crop last Inan that they cause no pain, no year of 0.1,000,000 bushels; wheat flammation and form no visible pus. Misj Allene Hurt has been ill. this month Is estimated at 11,50C,000 These germs lire of the fungu Mr. Norn May of Wilmore is here bushels compared to a July 1 estimate type thnt develop In putrid matter of 1'.', KIT.', 000 bushels and a producuith rclaties. nnd may be quite harmless as long as Ml.n liuelah Mao spent the week tion of I2,r.'9,000 bu.hels last year; they live on their natural food In the potatoes 5, 104,000 bushels compared' mouth and do not develop too ..ipidly. end with Miss Annie Mac. prospects July 1 for .'.,bl2,00 buh-- i Miss Ivh llollon spent the week end to When a nerve dies, however, tuy els and a crop last year of S.C'JS.OOO pass down thru the nerve cant! into with Mr. and Mrs. John Ijind. bushels; and tobacco 44'.',178,000 Mrs. Ilobcrt Long and attractive pounds compared to a July I the area bcyon-- the end of the root, where the tissue i bathed, with body dsughter.Miss Krnncis, spent the past of Ifi'l.KOIt.OOO pounds and juices or seium. This also ha) pens Mis Horn Mae Price who has been last year's production of 175,000,0001 l.i deep pyorrl.i 1 pockets. here for n visit with relatives has re- - .pound. This estimate on tobacco "I now environment In this turned home. will be greatly Increased later, how-- i s grndin'.lv chance their nature, ' Mrs. J. V . Uailey is ill at the home ever, if favorable weather prevail n decaying i nnd instead of living of her parent", Mr. and Mrs. Sim Itny (during the latter part of August and if. the i.minnl or rgttiible tnatie j, 00 j ' ' j most of September. 'Uth nm! aiourd the teeth. the no.v n. Itye production In Kentucky this lrMrs. J. M. Anion nnd little from the b.co.l set- oMain their f.od , W- ere in Lev season is estimated at 713,000 bush-n. "J Like all Mineumls them. n .i hich els compared to KK4.000 bushels last they exude wa.u matter lngton Wednesday, l.aeten.l bushels compar.Misses Thelma Simpson and Myrtle 'year; oats !X7S9,000 from their bodies, which Is n waste Inst year; hay ed to 0,1100,000 wnste it no; asi Teater spent the week end with the iroluct. While their 1,4:10,000 tons compared to 1,304,000 piisonous as some of the disease pro- - lattcrs parents, in Madison, tons last year; barley 100,060 bushpoison is suf-- i jjis nct I.nn) spent the past week els compared to 11)0,000 bushels last duclng germs, yet their .Mrg. CUrles Grow of Iluckeye Iicienlly Irritating to cause the year; and sweet potatoes 1,102,000 surround- - on, H, sorption of the bony wall Jr,, J0,n I.nnd. bushels compared to 1,2.15.000 busli-jel- s des- This ing the roots of the teeth. Mn( TrI,u,r llm daughters, last )car. In, MjM jVI ,, C,.0( f Jcnmjne, . truction of bone is readily seen Kruit is n poor crop in Kentucky, pictures spent the week end here with Mr. nnd 'apples being estimated at only .1,240,- Just as long as the powers of re- Mrs. Harvey Tenter. 300 buhil, peaches 804,000 bushels sistance are sufficient the individual Miss Snllic Lou Na)lor who has j uml piurs 231,000 bushels. vjll maintain the normal hialth, but been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John the longer these germs ! ve In this en- Ijiml returned to her home near vironment of reruni ihe more aggres-si- e .Marksbury Sunday they become, and altbo they may Mrs. Hunter P.ivis ami little daugh I of rome of !! t take on the virulence r1. Mrs. Ilurmon Davis were terms. t "Two weeks ago I weighed 9fi lbs. guests of their father, Mr. U. j ..l... .i. I....I., 1 vcll a part of last Now-- I weigh 105 11). s and feel per" .1 ,h,v -- mimte thru the Ivm- '1 , w eek. fectly well. Anyone I see suffering phatirs ami the Mood stream. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Koster and 1 tell them of what .Mayr's Worder-fu- l may emiThese micro-organisRemedy has donv for me. They grate to nny part of the body. Some- children, Mr. and Mrr. Clarence and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Joe all want to know what makes iiv times they mayjocate on the valves o look so well. Your medicine hjs of the heart, they may locate In the Kay und children, and Mr. Wm. Fain been a real life-savfor my n.oth-- , kidi.eys, or they may take a fancy to were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lige er I cannot recommend it too high- -' the Joints; in fact there seems to be Mc.Millian Sunday. ly for stomach trouble." It is u sim Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater enter-uee- k no limit to the organs or tissues of ple, harmless preparation that rebody ill which they may And a with Mr. ami Mrs. W. II. Hay. the the catarrhal mucus from the happy home. Having located in some taineil a number of friends and rela-tii'- s move.! inflamAmong the number intest nal tiact and allays tho Sunday. part of the body, they again favorable ail their were Mrs. Shelton Teater, Mr. and mation which causes practically form colonies, and exuding stomach, liver and intestinal nilments, poisons, so poison and lower the re- Mrs. Kyle Teater and son, Mr. nnd including' appendicitis. One dose sistance of the cells of the tissues up- .Mrs. ti, Teater of llohon, Mrs. I'er-mel- ia llogie and Mr. Heather Hay of will convince or money refunded. are located that these on which they It. K. .McltOHKKTS. Druggist, at Mr. and Mrs. Josiali cells find it impossible to functionate iueke-)c- , Adv. Ijinraster, Ky. properly, and we have the beginning of disease. MAIN DIFFERENCE THE Simply because these germs are so MAKE IT AT HOME. and because their action is (Jet a bottle of KAKHIS' IIKAU- so slow, even the medical ami dental KAURIS' COLIC HHMKDY and the Make It according profesaion at large, have, as yet, fail INC KK.MKDY. ed to grarp what n deadly menace to directions. Save $1.50 and you others is, you do not drench the aniwill find you have mndc the best heal- mal. A child can give it. Good for they are to human life. bloat In cattle. Ncurly every adult will show af- ing remedy known. W. A. DICKKHSON. W A. 1MCKKKSON'. fected areas around the roots of some 'r' mlliu thr If the resistance of the rcmaln, hlRWie mny car. urh Infection for ten to twenty teeth. GUY. Miss.loycic Steele of Corbin, Is the guest of Miss Ilcssic Turner. Messrs Cogul nnd Charles Stacy of Uarboursville, ore w ith relatives here. Mrs. James Yantls nnd son, Her-schspent r'rldny in Danville with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Italian! spent the week end with Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Ward, Mesdamcs Milton Ward and John Smith were guests Tuesday of Mrs. J. L. Yantis. Misses LIiilc Foley nnd Ollie Mer-id- a spent Thursday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Turner at Danville. Misses Lcttie Long and Lucy Turner were visitors Sunday of Misses Carrie and Maud Yntcr. Mr. J. I'. Foley nnd daughter. Miss Lizzie, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Mose llutrhins at Hcrea,. Mrs. Jake Higgins of Corbin is vis Iting Mr. anil Mrs. Boyd Turner and other relatives in this vicinity, Mr. Ceorge C. Totter and Mrs. Hell Haret of Danville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Yuntls. Aflss Mill, Ttrnmldi's rptiirnf.il hnmp List Thursday after a pleasant visit to Mis Lettfe llroaddus at llucna Vista. Miss Anna Mae Hroaddus has re- BROWN WAGONS, Afiviciilture Bureau of Crop Estimates. 01 HORSE WHEAT DRILLS. OLIVER HARROWS. , Riding and Walking Plows. Swift Fertilizers Auto Repairs. Silage Cutter cheap. '""' ""' !'.e ''" J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. O TEATERS VI LLE, KY. friends. Mr. und Mrs. Kemp Walker enterMrs. Grow of Wilmore is spending tained a number of friends tit dinner revcrnl days with her son, Mr. E. P. Saturday. (row. turned home after nn extended visit to relatives at Longdate and Decatur Illinois. Jenn llroaddus Hroaddus. llroaddus and Misses and Fannie Smith were visitors Thursday of Mrs. Clay Mrs. John Mrr. Milford I.edford and elaugh-tc- t. Ivn any llattle Allene of I'aint Licit were guests Friday night of Mr nnd Mrs. 1 1. II. Ward. Mr. nnd Mrs. .. T. Hice and family motored from Richmond Sunday and were guests of Mesdames Carrie Davidson nnd William Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner and daughter, Dorothy H., were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Uarnes Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner and daughters Yet tie and Amelia J., and Mrs. J. T, Foley spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Uarnes. at.nji, jr. Lilf i...r.,. yct,. Would Like Secret For Looking Well. Mrs. Dave Lang entertained u number of friends at dinner last Wednesday. Miss Betsy Sparks of Paris has been the attractive guest of Mrs. Walter Grow. .Mrs J. o. Johnson and children of Lancaster were recent visitors of Mrs. Mary A. Sanders. Mrs. Belle Pherigo and daughters of . sjxlngton spent last week with led- utivi j nc this place. Mrs. John Walker and daughter of Lancaster, were recent visitors of Mr. Kemp Wnlker und family. Mrs. Anne Morford und attractive daughter. Miss Heva Hay, of Frankfort, spent last week with her brother Mr. K. B. Hay and family. Mrs. N. K. Bogie, of has been the gueft of her daughter, Mir. Jesse Hill fe.1 "several days and attend ing si rvices at Buck-y- c church. Miss Kmmn Sanders of Washington, D. C, ad Miss Bessie Hay Sanders of Cottonhurg spent last Tuesday with Miss Peachie Mac Sanders. Mrs. Otto Simpson, Mrs. N. K. Bogie nnd Miss Peachie Mae Sanders were present at the funeral and bulla! of .Mrs. John Dean at Pink, last Wednesday. Mr. ami Mrs. Nick Sanders nd little daughter, Anna Mildred, of Kirks-vill- e attended preaching at Buckeye last Sunday and were entertained at dinner by Miss Inez Ray. V. K. Whittnkcr Mr. and Mis. spent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs R. W. Snndcrs Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw tertained a number of friends dinner last week. Hev. D. F. Sebastian will 1:11 en- at his regular appointment here Sunday a. m., at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Josephine Gulley uml n of Eilenlon e:e guests Thurulny if Ml. and M.-- W. II. Gulley. Miss RtM... Lull Hay den of Kicl.ol-iisvil- l,' Vti. the attractive visitor of Miss Christine Morford last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cotton and son of Richmond were visitors Friday of Mr. ,nd Mrs. W. A. Cotton. Mayme Sebastian and Bet-ti- c Mac Spaiks were guests several dnjs of Mrs. Walter Gro v last week. .Misses Mrs. V. M. Pollard and Miss Leano East made a pleasant trip to visit their sister, and relatives in Edinburg, Indiana. Miss Mattie Cnlico of Richmond and Mr. George' Stomes of Okla., were visitors Friday of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards. The Ladies Missionary Society met Thursday afternoon with forty three present, the addition of set en new members, in enjoyable talk was given by Rev. Thompson. The next meeting will be Sept. 18th. Miss lli'ssle Turner and visitor, Mirs Joycie Steele of Corbin spent the week end with Misi.es Minnie and Lena Turner on the old Danville road. BUCKEYE Hev. Willett of Georgetown Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Bolton of here a few days last week Seotts Fork were visitors Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. Kverette Crow. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather und two Interesting children were royally entertained Friday ut the home of Iicr 7 CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK parents, Mr. and Mrs. William WalPreferriHl aa to assets anil dividend Annual Sinking Fund payment of 10 ker, the k.rjipy eccasion being Mis. of net earnings will be used to purchase Preferred Stock at not orer 110 and uiTrutil dividend. Prathcr's birthday. Net earnings for past three years have averaged over tour Unseat dividend Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Turner, enterreepiirt'ineiitH on this slock. dining Sunday in tained at an elegant Net quick assets equal $1111 per share on nil Preferred Stock, and total net honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner asfteta equal $2S9 per share. of IndianapoHs, the following were Special Circular on Request. PRICE lOO. Tur-t- er present: Mr, and Mrs. Walter and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. AUcs Turner in-- l children Mr. nnd LOUISVILLE, KY. S. Mrs. John Black and son and Mr. aid Mrs. Charlie Yatcr. Mr. and Mr. Morris Dear., Mrs. Ida Wnlke.' and daughter, Geneva, and .Mr. fink Dean of Nicholasvillj, Mr. ind ills. Mnl Carter, Mr. Mail Crrter nnd Mr. and Mrs. Detvey Price was were guests of Dr. and Mrs. G M. with Hcndi't'n, Sunday. WOOD, STUBBS & COMPANY 2 lO JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. Fifth Street, New Agency for Si LAvAl CREAM SEPARATORS have taken the agency for the famous De Laval Cream Separators because we believe the De Laval will do better work and last longer than any other separator made, and that it is by far the cheapest and most satisfactory machine to use. Last Thursday August 14th, the children of Mrs. Milton Ward surpris ed her with a birthday dinner, it be ing her COth birthday. At high noon the guests were invited to dinner. Wortls cannot express the bountiful dinner. Kverythlng good, provided in Um way of eats to tempt an appetite was served and enjoyed to the fullest extent. A birthday cake made by Misses Wilma and Stella Henry, was n vision of be'auty, having the initials and age (00) on the top of the beautifully decocake, which u:i rated in iceing, proving what true artists the Misses Henry's are in the culinary line. At u late hour in the afternoon, all reluctantly departed for their homes, after spending one of the most enjoyable days ever spent and wishing that Mrs. Ward would have many more happy birthdays. Those present at this delightful affair were, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mr. Tom Ward. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Ward and two little sons, Mr. und Mrs. William Clark and son Karl, Mr. und Mrs. C, H. Henry and children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sum Long, Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Yantis und Mr. and Mrs. John Henry nnd family. BRADSI1AW MILL. Miss Mabel Prewitt has begun a school here at Beech Grove. Hiss Ada Itlch was a guest of Miss Linda Sunders Tuesday night. Mrs. D. I. Prewitt of Moberley, Ky. has been visiting relatives at and around here. Mr. am) Mrs. Arthur Sebastian and little ion, Loyd Perkins, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Prewitt recent- ly. I Automobile Owners I Spark plug 3 Attention III i ! il I i with every casing purchased from us within the , NEXT TEN DAYS. We make this inducement to clean up our enormous stock of tires. Drive to BRYANTSVILLE and save the difference. f I I CI I I I'll i I 1 1 We have machines ",on hand at all times and will be pleased to demonstrate their superiority to any one. We have put in a stock of De Laval repairs and De Laval Oil and are in a position to look alter the needs of all users of old De Laval machines. BECKER BRYANTSVILLE, and I'BALLARD. PHONE27. KENTUCKY. HASEIiDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug rv 21 1919. iHis Better Self THE MOST DANGEROUS DISEASE (1st some OOI.l) ttCDAL Haarlem Olt Cipaulea at once. They are an old. tried preparation used all over the work! for packaet oT 20 cigarette! or tenpackaget200ci(arettes) d in m carton. We atronly recommend thia carton for the home or office aupply or when you travel. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co Winston-Salem- Cimela are sold every where in scientifically sealed easily the are in a class by themselves the most likable cigarette you ever smoked. You can prove that ! Simply compare with any cigarette in the world at Camels n any price I Put quality, flavor and cigarette to the utmost test CAMELS pufT-by-puf-T satis-factio- ! Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how liberally you smoke them ! The expert blond of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so Every yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-miltime you light one you get new and keener enjoyment ! d, , N. C Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are enjoyable. In fact. Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality I Such l Life. "Klch mini, twin-siPoor man. six wln." I the wny the Everett Hernld puts It. How to Get On. Practice yourself, for heaven's sake, III little things; nntl thence proi eisl .miter. This Is the advice of r.p'rte-tu- . Dally Thru- -" Ubve nil, trust n f. " none. Shakespeare. rr.n, to Optimistic Thought i should he temperate In rutins I'll n In drinking. Dally Thought. As n vessel Is known by the sound. hether It be cracked or not, o men ii proved by their speeches, whether )- be wise or loollsh.-neraosthe- Good Time to Do It. "I rnn't see loe soelabllsts," said Ebon. "When n man mines le r. 'ind talkln' dat red doctrine, right lrr l where I sits color blind." I j All the Difference. "A heap depends on locution," said l'licli' Kben. "Whnt ame folk cull u (lower nln' ntiftlA' hut n moil when It grows up In do wrong place." Curing Insomnia. , KInd.Heartcd Farmers. One day n Utile city girl canio to On the theory Hint lnomnln enn be l!ie ni, nnd when she saw a wind- -' cured by lessening the moisture In the ri"l she s.ild: "Oh, see how good the ( Irtigs, iiii KiiglUlnnun has Invented ap- fnnners are to tho pigs; they have r atm supplying warm, dry and stcr i lectrlc funs to keep Ihem cool, i ihtil nlr to be brcuthed. a wagon of wood that grows- rapidly easy conditions, and you have a wagon that cannot stand abusive wear. Nature when hurried shirks her work like man. Hut build one as Thornhillj are built of tough highland oak and hickory that groin slowly upon the mountain side that survives only after a ceaseless Little with soil and climate then you have a wagon almost wearproof. The touf?h dose-j-rair.wood Is endowed with double strength. - Let us show yoc t' Thornhill wagons and explain the .value of the Thornhill way. BUILD wmm,mwm W. . J. ROMANS LANCASTER. KY. shook the flt of the oilier at n grl sled, sullen-faceold mull who held tho bridle of n hnrso he had Just leil across n neatly planted space about twenty feet square at the ed;e of a vacant lot. "You're a bear n great big, ugly, wicked monster!" shouted the boy, "It was a peace garden, and we were working to send the things we raised to the sinning children In l.uropo." "Well, you Impudent joiing rncal," grated nut the man, "this happens to be my property, nnd If I want to lead my horo ncrose It HI do It. Who gave you permission tn come nnd cntnp down on my Innd wllh jour rubbish patch of tnirkj" "I.icry decent man In town who had a lot he wasn't using!" retorted Hie lad doughtily. The bnrsh-ejeold rutin seemed to take a malleloiis delight III his Illusion of the children's cherished gnrtlrn plat. As the horse nibbled the trmti-- r sprouts and sunk Ills heavy hoofs deep Into the carefully prepared soli the little girl became piwltliely hjsterleal. Her champion readied oier, picked up n stone and hurled It at their ruthless tormentor. The missile grazed the Utter but slriuk the flank of the horse, who started nnd kicked out. There was a crack nnd a groan, nnd Mark Itlalr Iny prone on the ground with n broken limb. The lad. lalnly endeavoring to sooth bis distracted companion, led her from the sot. A man from tho Inane near by hurried mer to the side of the writhing ilctlin of his own ineHUlie". In n few moment lllalr was Imme to his home anil n physhion wns s nt for. Mark lllnlr was a erabbed, lonely old nan who seemed to hate cicrjlmdy. and particularly the man who bad married his niece. KMe I.i)ton. She had run awny with Wiilden TbriHip and had mnrried against the will of her tjrant nlntlie. From that hour l'.lnlr bin) disowned her, had tieirr her husband, nnd so acute was the situation that when little Lucy came to the wedded pair he ticier spoke of her nor noticed her. nor hud the Throops cier enlightened her a to the Identity of the retnthe who Ignored her. It was this same child whose little garden had been devastated, one of many crinted by the patriotic children of the town. It was located a short distance from tho Throop homo, and Lucy anil her boy friend had devoted nil kinds of care upon Its culture. Itc- fore tho iii was nicr there had cut Into the soul of Mark lllalr like n Inlfe the knowledge that his Inhumanity had led to a serious result. After the phslclan be had sent for hud set his broken limb Itlalr heard hlia say to the houeke ,nr: I will all again later In the clo ning. I hate nnother urgent cum'. that little Throop girl. Somebody do. stroysl her garden nnd she was brought home 111 a detracted condition." Ill his uneasy bed Mark Itlalr squirmed nnd groaned. The neit day nnother remark of the doctor pene trated the bard shell of his scltllmess. "We hale finally quieted that Jioor little mlto up at Throop's," he heard the physician say. 'Tor bourn she was In a delirium, constantly calling out about her garden. She Is still III wllh the shock nnd fowr, hut we hate soothed her by telling her that the garden Is nil right, and have promised to take her over to see It Just n soon ns she Is better." I'or tli first time In Ids life Mark lllalr counseled with his own soul. Ills past life nnd Its Ignoble mollies arraigned him as a culprit. It was the next morning when be culled his limn of all work and Imparted to him secret Instructions which were the first mensures of his atonement. That night the most extraordinary garden ei it was had superseded tho one devastated. It's been made smooth ns a floor," no r rated I.ucj's boy friend, "and all shut In with a little fence, nnd the onions are up, nnd tho beans, ami the, peas, and I uever saw n garden grow- quick, tlh, I know It's fairies work I" The Throops soon learned of the hidden hand that had wrought nil this They took the delighted reparation. Lucy over to tlew her precious truck patch. .She was left to surmise that Its destruction wns a hideous dream and Us present mugnllleencu the work of kindly nature. A week later the Throops learned that lllalr hud left town for u health resort. There came from him a note to Klslo: "When I get some of tho meanness out of my system," tho old man wrote, "I ahull coma to see you nnd ask the dear Utile angel I so cruelly offended to mil me grandpa. In the meantime, having teamed that Walden's employer has found It necessary to for a partner to secure more capital, I have purchased that Interest for hlui, aud If he will call on niy lawyer he may become a business man, and, I hope, a succvtaaful No orrrans of the hums-- n body are so Important tn health anil Ionic life as ths By RALPH HAMILTON kidneys. When they slow up and commend to lijr In their duties, look oill' Kind out what the trouble le without deJay, Whenever you feet nervous, weak, dlsiy. eutTer from sleeplessness, up have tmlns In the b.ick leak CorrrKht. lit) br ih We. urn N.nt- ,ol esre. Vour kMne)s he,l help. These MMf ITtllAIL) ere stitna to warn )ou ttuit your kidneys ere not perfnrnilnR- their funcA llttlo girl of six was screnmlne They ere only half tions out In a traiiKirt of mingled grief dolne property work and are allnwlnr Imand fright, sobbing ns though her lien r I puritiesth.lr accumulate and bs convert- and other would break. A brnvc-farclad sup ,ed Into uric actd )ou distress po'sons whleh are will ported her with one arm, while he destroy you unless they are endriven ti from your system centuries. They contain only soothing olts combined with strenKth-alvln- a and eyetem-cleanstnherbs, well known and used by physician In IheJr dully practice, ilot.ti MKI'Ab Haarlem oil liisules are Imported direct frum the Uboratorlea in Holland. They are convenient to take, and wilt either give prompt relief or your money will tie refund,! Ask for them at eny ftrusr elore, hut he sure to set the original Imported tlOI.IS MinU. brand. Accept no eubatltutes. In sealed packages. Three eliee. 31 II II II CZZ3, 113 Have Your Tires Retreads. Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e retreading-n- ot cess of can half sole-a- nd rebuild a tire at less than half price. t 3500IMILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go CONN, Propietor. Danville, Kentucky. Walnut Street. L, B. 31 All He ICZJC- -ll I II IE vjn'e nnd worn u ' Jnt ns the baby finit fomiert ' Carries Many SespCnes. One Thing In His er All Itnllflii seHpl.uie ship carries n "lb tnati da laug'i' .it lifs own large inimU'r of planes .ilihihIiiI from "two tees yon Jokes." said t'nrle IV the sides of the M.H. when they fed like kind n' frier'owrl 1m, may bo readily nnd quickly dropped 'cause he seems so r i nivil and i. luto the sen when ociusloii incurs to easy to please." make a flight. There wns n i . table and iIiiv'm i, , him which ph-c- v he tnke any piece en b it big one," wns tit mci in li . tho "I'll I n-- . s it's a good Iv. i ri Jenelie Baby Shoe an Ornament. The fr" Ne of the lli- -i Isiby may ll ae ii'i nrfi lie lh both Intrlnsle atul smii .1! 111I110. A istane-- in . . -- liter Youth Will Seek Its Fertunel I iMiese are sturdy voyagers. II- ,when many .tnpnncse were gn-I I Hrnzll, n pnlrlarrh sf ninety i d his descendants to the number mind brings forth fruit. Kverythlng ',. four nnd at their bead fared Is crenteil nnd ronducteil by the same 1 South Amerlen In search of master; the root, the branch, the .. Ivi ntitres nnd 11 fn-- di fortune; fruits- - the principles, the eonequen-ce- s ready bad n very handsome eoni- Pascal. pel nee stored nwny. Nature's Mctnod. A grain Nlttiri Imltnles herself. thrum Into giHsl ground brings forlh fruit: a principle tl.rimn Into n gissl Draw A Check for llic money youove nnd note litiw inui'li more res peclfully your creditors you. Tliry like to do business with a 1111111 who tins 1111 account ;it the Garrard Back iTioil Co They know he it doing; business In eBusiness like jrny. Itetter open such an account even it your alfaira are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company NOTICE August is the month to assess your properly, so 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. oat." The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 21, 1919. WORST WEED ENEMY OF ALFALFA PLANT Optimistic Thought Tnlk to please nthera: nrt tn plea yourself. I Summer Specials Refrigerators, Ice G I 'Care Should Be Taken to Prevent Introduction of Dodder. Leads In Shoe Manufacture, Sin"., with in rr irai fiirtnrlea, In the world. the tending Iine Tim, -- 1 ftV&RY and MOGUL ry ream Freezers, Water Coolers, Lawn Mowers, Coal Oil Stoves That do not heat your Cheaper than kitchen. coal. In Large Su 1'y. When yon t.irt In trouble limn I generally rii u..- - rlbccl. Crating Ctote With Sheep Hat Been Ilnsmn Transcript. Recommended at Effective Control A Georgia Philosopher, Asalntt Noslous Plant Ourn Arleinn Slmini an)n Hie worst thing Off Affected Parts. nl nit being 11 fnul I that nlhers find It (t'reparcj by tho United Male If.irt-nieml liefnin )im do. Dnllim Clllteu. of Agriculture.) Leaves Superior to Berries. Dnddcr Is. considered by many m I d r rnunlr.'es n ut-- :: if the worst enemies of nl- -' ri of the lenes of the plant Is r.ilfii. TIim dodder khsIs gonnlnntu "I ) ninny In be aiiierlor to that In (hp ground nml tin- - jnttng plant le frntii berries. wmfi iiltncli themselves to the nlfnlfn 'cislliligs. A simiii lis tltp threadlike A Need of the Times. mi til of dodder Is attadicd firmly In hidders, chickThere lire llii- - nlfnlfn plant the Ktrm rnnncctlmr, ens und pnnenke lliiur, but what the II tin- - grnund withers away. lth Thenccfnrlli the ilnddcr live entirely times need mure I the I'.oitntl Herald. Special i lire should lie ill llii-- alfiilfn. exercised tn avoid Inlnsluclng It In - nlfnlfn seed nl illuming time. I InDilemma. Drilling close Willi sheep has been A wnmnn tinvrllt Is bemoaning (oiitrol that If n woman hnlils nntn her npln-lun- s rcrnminenilcil us mi effective ngnlnst disbler. In tlio Knt. linnet er, she lose In-- r biivband'a love where dishler I most nliiimlnnl, heep nnd If she holds nntn his hive she are not plentiful, nml It I no! possible hi'i's her Identity. fur etcry nlfnlfn grower In ue the grazing plan. Hostile, grnilng nn Seek Wise Counsel. flrlil Iihi timely with sheep often Consult with I1I111 Hint I wle and riinsclentlnus, und seek to he Instructed by 11 heller Hum thyself, rath-"- r llimi to fullnw thine nun lnentlons. -- Thnmiis 11 KemplK. Hi WAGONS Farming All Kinds, of Implements. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. First Woman's The Hist wnin iirs . . rritrii li" siicii, was luinled In A W. J. ROMANS. Two Famous Drogue. ' KnglUh, Professor llcera I merely tin- - Imperfect Klirllsll Individual foreigner. I'ldgln l.ng-ll-l- i. nf an nf linns llrlctmatiti' tin- - Itncll-l- i ballads ninl nf tin' innmly French-innI'nsfle l.ngllsli are nf Hint dit ami Pennsylvania Dutch nn- - brogue. n. llrnken ' What You Make It. "After nil. n iitnn writes, "life I iperly the net nf tut .12 in one's grate." Nut inueli in thai ' II l hardly worth l Inn'. nml full uf Inprinting. terest, npiHirtiiiiltj IihI pleasure, life J -In almxil nml 'it.lriithfullyj K. W. llnwc's Miinthlt. On No Place for Him to Die. better," s.lld Uncle Kben. "to Daniel Webster, tnken III nne day In gn tip like a hkymiket nn' rnme ilnwn stick hi 11 tn be Jes pluln htlck n town, nf decided Democratic leanlike ings, begged Ills friends to take him nil de time." Only R'al Mcn'jment. heme ut once. "I won horn a Federal"Thii"" only d re .: ii "iiuiuent," ist." be pleaded, "t have lived n Fedl Stage Set for Him. one; wrote lln7.tltt. "who i1 nut eralist, and I can't die In n Democratic - d Hi Itbibbs "Some fellows would rather tnwi.." that Is wbn bine rt'imIii'i a monument In the initnW "in! memories he born lucky than rlih." Slohbs "lint the fellow who Is horn rich Is of men." Hit It Right That Time. trendy lucky." Protect Alfalfa Field, Agalnit Dodder "I low the Illanks cntild afford to give Cnormou Gas Watte. by Rigid Control Meaiuret. such 11 grand dinner I don't under-Ktned- ." Get the lla-n- t I' sir oiistriictliin of pipe lines la snld Mrs. Illunderby to her In iermnneiit Injury tn tha reulta The habit 4if ic enuse iissigned fur the loss In one " i,.gs cheer- guest, "It was really n most preatnnil. Snine nuthnrltlfo recnininend e nf natural gas tallied lit $!l,l.(M) fully, mid nf thinking life hope- sumptuous repast." Helton the ciiinilele remuval nf the uffectcU fully, may be iniub' to "miv up In us In state of Missouri nnd Kaiisa ulfntfn pliilitR where the tlmldcr up-i.'like any other habl;. f iimti l Smllea, r niily In ImiIuIciI kkik throueh WomJn's Superiority. the llehl. ThU practice, hnneer la Talentid Young Craduatc. Men's tailors frequently fall tn fit ery early Bird Trials. only uiieful in the "my Vi's" said rnriiHT Wlsstiis, It Is fnl.l to lie mi .tmYi-het- l Ktlicefnct their customers, because, ns nf the pet anil hefnre It hal . gnin r tn griiiiu!.itf und get n that peernl klnd nf bi'u- - unws in Im 11. Id. tullors do not perform miraKiilmil mm li fiKitlmlil. 11 .it. Tlieii when she has It we're udgi' nne nf cle'. Ilut women's tailors have better particular, hold I rials A rnplil nml illlciicliius inethnil nf ;i to s. ii.l liertn ll muslcnl lilesog- -' Ktnuipltit: nut ilinlilcr, riK iiiniuemli'il by their number whlih l:ax in smue wny luck, for In their cne the women per-ferbe lln.shed!" the miracle. Kansas City Star. nffenibsl. nlMiliilii.il nf the I'nlleil StnleH I)f pnrlment nf Ai;rlciillure. U tn mitch the nlfnlfn tieliN fur the liiltlnl deuce nf iliHhier. anil n mhui u Rlnna nf the pet nppciir tn nirlnke the ln fii'tfil itMilH with kerosene, apply the iiinlih, unci hum nfT the nffecteil nreiia. Thin prni the kill" nut the dodder ami, prnierly uppllcd. doci not Injure the In hunting the nlfnlfn pcriuniientty. dndilered mrtlnn4 uf the field a blow tnrili la useful, hut where anch a de Uv l not iiullnli,'e mine readily Ire Ihimmalile malerlal, aurh a waMe or old rnir- wrnnied with wire nn the end nf a at Irk nml m.ikeil III kerosene, will Casting by Centrifugal Force. r.r.irllliin engli r has Intenteil a e s fur custhu Iron pipe by crntrl-- 1 tho Inrre, whlih illstrlbuies '111 metal within rctulilng ejlln-- i' iiinlds thut tire water ismlrd. IVJ. Must Be Earned. Ccllegs. s nnd the Mtue ot victory Hnppl inlleae Ineoriin- ... . nre nnly fur those who live for con i.nnirii college science nnd duty nnd the sotll'a higher lib nN. Newell Dwight Illlll.s. Come to Think of It, It "It' I. t e. August 23rd SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 2:30 O'CLOCK RerP. CONVERT Plant SUMAC INTO MONEY Had to Spilt Up. I.lttte Jack, very muili Impressed irltli hi flrt night In u berth mi a I'nllninii sleeper. MM: "Why. grnnd-intin- - Data were smnll wr rnulilnt Miiinina ami I slept ill lite together. In Hie flrt lint, nml Daddy In the second lint.' ' Jni k had lll former teacher nf (he finirth grade met lit ti me day nml asked him Imw his present teacher llkeil hl class. "I guess .lie liken us nil right," lie sa.'d, 11ft her "fur 'lie hain't taken the fur? yet." Good Sign. nat enlereil lie fifth crnile, I will sell for S. W. MOSS at May Ba Gathered and Sold Profitably to Tanner and Dye Manufacturers. irrrparrd by th United statea Depart) ment of AgTli-ultuSumac", which grow abundantly la Acquired, t m. tWiliig In n little rnuntry Worth Seeing. We iliu't know much nbnut this cir- place nml win. nhniit In hnnnl the I rus tie l' mining, hut e Impe It' the Iraln In leiurn when initios! n ilenr llllle girl with light curl luc tn her line Put illeiiihil nnt limv nmi. "Tliere ml, nml, lulling her, I nskcdt "Where wn mm felln." he said, "Hint hent illil pretty curl?" nii Bet nil ll ill the rest. Sure, he hillllllfcs n lad-il- M111I1 niiiinwil, ihe nniwerii': "till, nose, i limbs up til the Inp nn Mil iley wu mi me lieu I tinned." mil pull the huliler up nfler til in." ciifii Trllniiie Huston Transcript, ..aularly certain fectloni uf the I'nlted Slntei, inny he gathered nnd old pmfltahly to ay tannrra and dye inanuiifrturer the t.perlallnta nf the hiiremi nf rhem-IrtrUnited .Stales depmtiiieiit uf The price nf cuiunr hni InrrrUM'd In recent jenrs, becnue of the decrease III linimrtiitlmn nf this plant from Sicily. The American If prnperly gathered nnd cured, la ripinl tn the Impnrled article. In rrrtnln cctlnnx nf rennnylrnnla, Miirjliiiid, Virginia and Writ Virginia good wages can be made, the department of ngrlculture Miyx, by giilherlnii nnd M'lllnc Mininc during July, August nnd September. Arrangeinenta for tha Mile of the Mimne sliould he made before It Ik gllthereil. Department llullelln Nn. 70rt. which Klr useful liiforinntlon regard lug curing and Mile of Mimne, emi he had upon nppllcnllnii tn the rnlted Slntei department of agriculture, Washington. I. C PUREBRED PUBLIC AUCTION FOWL PREFERRED Given Same Care and Feed They Will Make Better Profit Than Mongrels Account Uniformity. THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR in every Tho Chovrolot Motor Car is respect. Uiiilt for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadater, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "3aby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 P. 0. 15. Pnctory. A cur loud of these American Heautiea just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted ns hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. by th t'ntteri Slate Department of Agriculture.) I'lircbreil poultry mentu uniformity of produrta. I'nlfnrmlty of products iiipaus lncrriied profit If they nra filvrn the wima properly marketed, earn nnd feed, purebred fowls will make) a better profit Ihun mongrels. (Prtrared 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, cistern, slock 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 building lot of one acre, or you can buy the entire property. Easy Terms. Look at this property before day of sale. See advertisement of the Henry Moore property just across the street to be sold same time. INJURIOUS WORK OF CROWS Rob Ntstsof Many Small Birds Which Ar Helpful to Farmer In Destroying Insects. Host of the small birds are helpful to the farmer In deslruylns Insects and every protection ahoutd he afforded, them. They have muih to contend with, one at their worst enemies being the crow, which robs so many of the ousts durldf Ua batching mjm. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. SWINEBROAD THE REAL. ESTATE MAN W.E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY. The Centra! Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 21. 1919 Big Cow 30HEAD30 will nt my place, ELMRIDGK FARM, two milct of Harrodsburg, on the Harrodsburg and Burgin pike, on I MT. HEBRON We (Delayed) Mr. (J. ji Long Journey By WINIFRED L. farm of price SO Thompson Jr., sold his acres to Mr. John 'Ham, 3,02S. JEWELL (CopirkM. 1H. Ij Ih. ppr rntan )IV.. I, r. Master Logan Coulter has return- ,t .t n r..i .iu Li. inoma in wncinnai., u n.. sisters ncre. to Mrs. K. W. Montgomery and son.l spent last week with her daughter. vi-- ucrl(i,l SATURDAY, 1 AUGUST 30th, 1919 AT O'CLOCK, P. M. SHARP, Sell my entire herd of Rcrjistered nnd Thoroughbred Jerseys, consistintf of Cows, Heifer and Bulls, all tubercular tested. These-- are the best blood lines in the State. The mother of thank mo for v(nj vou imir money these bull ore nice milker and 1 own them. and erliapi jour cno. 1 fnnry mi Will alto tell my Empire Milking Machine, complete; don't know the reputation of the Joint also, stanchion, crenm nnd milk Aerator, Babcock tester, milk jou went Into," Hodney Price did nut reply, lie cans, etc. old Bay Marcs in the truccd In going Into "the Joint" a step Also, one of the best five-yedown an lullre whither he had Ikhii County. bended Tor mhho lime t. lie hsJ Burgin and Harrodsburg Bus Line passe my gate. For gime nio itw plan- - betnuw he bad no Hie moral trerrth to relt n imnarra further information write me. for a ImtritKho, a tritnbllnt frame nml TERMS ANNOUNCED AT SALE. n gcnenil enM of o.llap, due to ar Rodney l'i ce wn mail and nhatnod, both nt iIik anie iU.n. People stared nt Mm mid lu was humiliated from, no fnrt tlmt tiny larcd alo at lln big irlui had Ju- -t led Idni from Orlliklntr lilaie and now- - kindly. though, rvprmln.-ly- . took Mm to tin- renter Willi Ihe words: night pretloui. The .latlful and frlemlly nttlcor aw to It that the man be had rv wa not follow cd or headl orV. HARRODSBURG, KY. kept his eo oil IVrr until he had day turneil a ewraer. Half a s.piare fund. Close Quarters progreet iIhp latter tumbled where The Leading Cltlttn. Pinpointed lloii.e ItEnter I've i lore wa a Imiw .Mewulk tile. i.. Stranger "!." this man. Araoi COY roal-I- n Darby. ImM any place of distinction I brought beck lb.- key. of Jour tedlel Minsolf ami dhl not fall, a' IIIaper Villager "Ye kin i sonetto why. there lu t roeta In It Itxxnrh W hew I wt illaay and .i n the Mr Abe llurton spent Thura..a., th- - lro" lnK va emmliig lr Judge fer y'rsclf. When th postman for the chllrden to have Iho raump! Opinion. n nte with the itnictl..ii Imd r , n. E. McROBERTS. Lanes.ttr, Ky with his mother, in Madison. brings th weekly newspaper down to ; mJT the h.-grocery store. Amos Any Parklnon' p.1 of one, slo. Pruv Miss Delia Murphy spent cur.u, 1 on h! way the first render I" Life. speed of Birds. teknl It n shI WOLF TRAIL. night with M. s. Everett Ander,i.. I -k a sb- atxl at lat came m The iwl of ldnl l often over'r- - an,l 'rs. Iridic Simpson spent tn a vg luting that rtpnltlng wa The swift, for lntancc. ha rated. '. Matter Klmtr llay sent the week Sunds with Mr anil Mr I!ntwri With a Provl.j. wlite.! with a pel of l.Y end with relatives James was fond of one of hi- - moth- - " I VaughL A wouMK, her haeV to Mm. hold mfl4 nn none and thu tw.iI. Ini... i er mends a gin in nor ikhi'w inatlon compare the night of a spar- - 'tit wt two Utile hoe and evitolnin .Messrs r.ar, and llelanuailey were Mr,lames Belle and V.rgima particular- Ono day. when he had been lka she wttme,! jjkrm rvady by no.ni. tn Jessamine Sunday Simpson were in town on business on ly well entertained by lier, ho mnark ret hawk with that of a cannon Kill. The homing pigeon can be relied on un- - when be wonhl rail for them. Miss Ethel Humphrey was a guest Monday, "Aunt Margie, when I grow up ' der fairly rd: pliinav.1 Ihh'II- Into a seat he of Mls Maude Davit Sunday. eay conditions to make CO j Then he Fm going to marry you." Mrs. Atn: ctotltt ,ni tn .j,,, , miles nn hour, or ronlderably more. ahlree. Ike enMilrr. looked at her thoughtfully and added Mr. and Mrs Allen Teater enter-- 1 spent Kriday with her daughter.. Mrs -i" my Utile blrth'Iaj. Mr. enough." That Is If you lat long "SMyni ta.ned a few relatives Sunday. Locker prvmlMsl Aliers" she hi. "nwl Fltr.di.h DllflS' Miss Jessie Ray spent Wednesday! tn take her to a Boole tliN afternoiwi. Mrs Elua McMillian tpent the dav Bloegs "rn-- i iw'ip told me' Satl.fitd Mis Curiosity. The e will le nothing, ma'am." night at Teatersville with friends (with her mother, Mrs. John Ray a' mother-in-laI bould think An tnqutsitlvc otitic gentleman road of your tlie gentle h.'urtetl cvbbltr. Mrs Walter East and children j Loyd Tuesday, yon hear enough from her In ivrsoti this advertisement In a local paper: h1 them mrr lefore mam.ixl spent Monday with Mrs. Unie East without having cam) to indurv her. "I'll Mr. Jesse Dean of Harrodsburg "Vonng man, some woman dearly loves ,voh ran tell jour little one that "the Mogg" Mr. ami Mrs James Lsnd -- nt r- - j returned home after 2 weeks . sit you. Would )ou know who she Is? to talk Into your phsnog-aph- ." meiwtlng wa my prornt, and If I was "lh yiti rn't Imagine the ileaure Send postil onler for ten hllllngs to relatives -- kere. ort I'd ghe her a brand tained a few relative? at dinner Sun-!it- h It glvei me to start the machine gv a little hettir llocult IMlncr. addn--" rs below, and 'ry- Mrs. Naught nd little r iur i Ing and then shut It 3 right In the new pair." learn who she Is" He sent the money liolaey Irtee hel hl enes Maybell .'erv th. gurtts if Mi' Mrs Walter Kam and Mr. and and received this answer: "Tour middle of a sentence!" Somehow, how-er- r. Herbert Folger visited relatives Kri- -' f oletran Lock. and mM.ldl-- k mother." up a a vague recoghe Mesdamc Nannie Moberley t . ' nition, of the soft low tone of the womMystical TMrtetn. Miss Eunice Casey returned home j Mary Clouse spent the day with Mrs Drew Many to Worship. In the tndlsn Pantheon there are 13 an reached hl hearing, hut he couM iam HhitUker Thursday, Describing tho three fair daughters Iluddha; the apex of an Indian or CM-teOil not trace i"tt the suggestion. In a Monday after a weeks "visit here with I j of an aristocratic New Yorker a cenpagoda l rrovnd with 13 mys- maudlin waj he gained the counter relatives Mrs Myrnic Locker and little tury or so ago. a writer of the period tical illks The Kucrvd swonl. pre- unitradlly 5f ' says: The father um1 to take hl serve.! In the Temple of Atua, In "Ju.t tlx my liecl, will jouVric daughters to the church of IVctor Japan.1 has 13 objects of myi-tcrformspoke, and handed It and the h t.e Matthews that stood tn (tardea Mreet. ing Its hilt. When playing whlt and bad takn otT tn the eolMer. "And let Such a Knriy trio were rarely icn. many other games of cards each player me snooze for an liour. I'm terrlMy They took all the young gallant from ba 13 cards and the pack l made up doty. When yon wake me up have tlie the other downtown church and drow of four suits of 13 each. little glrl' elte fixet, tiw. Vr got a full houe. an Idea. See" did not "er" The oM Man's Friend. Vhsrt the Banjo Carre Frcm, 'Hneral of Harold Itannlster, an anything farther thun an Inebriate by talking taenberenllj-- . When the hour r of Lcvlaad. vas fotho,-e- , The nMxlem Kinjo was Introduced I: i Uagiand from the Pntte--I States 'avwrite It enteril the bad gie by. howevtr, he came frora U with the mourners, and. sitting to vrhkh country It was pr,ahly Nbit the rotwtrr. the mended he Mer, ,yrcablly -- nirre.1 at tle I tn n bund. He h-takea hy the Afrtcaa v.nie late.. "h, u'v dog at in grave-Id- e n. At the the I'rtrv-- whs uubioiSt orlftnally obtahiod the k.si fiom -lowered na the vtcitm of a drugge.1 drink, while the coffin was sl The unmu-k-nane th-n the edge of I The tatter pet on the hw. producvl put lt ps eeaw t hare been fSm ctv ami to. a farewell view of , ..ii-miM- i th. nane f a SemjniuMas Kik. selected a ' .te ntater. r Impress lostruateet of the gvttar species Mnt ante and tin w It on the cour.tf-"N- o ehanre," he ordered. "Hello" as his eyv4 fed atoa the little mended hoe and tken hl hand pawd over -Oh. yes I r h 'brow roufui-dtv- . woman, the ehlMs eietaNT Nrttxlay. And . good old soul. to ihr -- aoe for nothtne. A rap ? f CVS a Job, teas neatly palchej sad V p Beely. Here." and be teedere.' a ecoml baak note to the eNer. -- And here." he added wnh a WE WILL ON reckless lanth. "HI do toy share." .nl he $ ruffed a hacd.-n- l of blll In one o' "Now then, you let the tiny he-e-s eie deliver them, wwn't jvu? Wbete dfte the IHtle 'ne IlveT" H. B. CASSLE o erlmhllrnxv 11m r Mr and Mrs. K. C. Montgomery and baby Kits Mac were with Mr. and! nnn ounuajr. i Mcsdamcs Thos Illcks ami II. II. ) Mrs, Minnie McCulley nnd two of Montiromrrv ntut rhlMrrn mient Wi.,1. i the children were visitors of Mr. and neaday lth Mrs. Kloyd Curtis near Mrs. Clarence McCulley Tuesdaj'. Itrjantsville. Mr. John M. Murphy and Mr. nnd Mr- - ami MMarion Montgomery Mrs. Itobcrt Sowers spent the week are very proud of a tt pound boy who end with Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dailey. arrived the Ctli ami has been nameii Miss Ivn llert Dailey left Sunday Charles l.ucas for an extended visit with her sister, A series of meetings will begin at Mrs. Asbic llendnm of nar Nichol-aivillug. 18, this place Monday evening, conducted by pastor I), V. Sebastian, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil bebastian nnd land Iter. It. U Shirley of Walton. little son Herald Jackson, were visiMrs, Mnrv llnnini of Jessamine and tors of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey Mrs. nerman Harnett and chiUren. Sjttur,.ny aml SunJ visl-- l of lluena ista. were week-en- d Miss Alice Kay returned to her tors of Mr and Mrs John Ilamm home on Poor liidge pike Tuesday. Mrs. KliJah McMillian and son ar compnnied her home and spent the ,""""- "nf Mlis Valcarla Whittakcr was the daughter Kathryn, spent the day with attractive guest of Mrs. Abe Iturton .Mrs. James Matthew", Thursday. Saturdtiy. Mr. Allen lt!atthcws continues vety Mr. aiul Mm. V. T. Mobcrlry were i'l from the wound received djrlni; with Mr. nnd Airs. Walter Cntey on protracted meeting at Gunns Chapel. Monday nighl. and bright Mrs, l.ovlc .Mr. Frank ljind made n recent little boy, O'Xeil, spent Thursday with hfT ,,,,,. Mr. Kdd Clark with her nolher, Mrs. llclle Slmpscit. , MUbury. Gertie Hasty spent Tucsdny .. ... .nn.,- - I.Mrs, trotlier Mr. Jesse Ijind of spent the day Sunday with Mr. and j Paint I.ick, v bo is very ill wlM ty- phoiil fever Mrs. Elijnh McMillian. j, Mr Mr. and Mrs, Dillard Simpson and Hughry Moberley spent Thursday niKht with Mr and little ilaughter Flora May, were the jJrj Ilarvle Teater and family. guesta of their mother, Mrs. Ilelle Simpson Wednesday. Private Kddle Slmpton, who hns been oversens for two years, lias arrived home. He wns in four great battles, on the Argonne drive. Chateau Thierry and llellau Woods and His wife nnd mother arc Verdun. rejoicing over his home-comin- 1 IK ii. Irjul rwi vl:a help most m tit There can be no doubt aslotlie in. .1 i In r t!ic v.ci lite tt- - !"! d -- ccul-r to worr n. i' r II- jaidJ ." ; . '. i c! - r : icd t- - C. ' I in Uw 43 grdit .!!..-titcir,rvoincn It thcuM -. r jr. it, ' A. i.ccclu-i.e- p "-t 'i u a prel Take ... .... ..1 de wTlie "1 ! Wcman's Tonic C arn?r, cl Titat, . 'i I'.fou; !t ana l.f h.;' and vcrr U,. .1, cultti ; i :uc3crlba-Ul-I c.-st hew wnrr.- - i uxxt r.rm re-''e. -t ht l'e ohenl Mrs. I'ixso.i, s he . . . rtjr ana all ver. Je- Mrsr Eie - I uaM I pcLi 1' I iC l - wr- . :. Ian till bum tvul Try (A vc. da alii.- v Ca.-u.-u, . wor:.." rr T?arj'i d. Farm at Aopst 21 a! 2:30 p, m. ty," trlvl ha." r..lu. dl. lsdu ,Vet pe feed fucl ! r Jl cooled pnli,l Pnblic loclion atnihd d west. There's a sign In front (r, No. 12. li sh.H- -. xr Wednesday, " All rtcfci. little ctiUd. And me a regular Pr little I'., g-- '.- r " it Electric Western & POWER dirrct-ccmrct- oi Its exclusive features make "trouble-proirfLIGHT , and eveft and the sign the secid floor. About to approaca a door be .lipped to the frer of the bsll time rob- way Instead, for a bed of bis xttse by the drag. "Oh. stamina !" exrUuaed the little child, as she chanced ta open the door, aud, startled, noticed the trate isan. "Here's sonscnie ski. t asleep, and oh. my boes! all Cxed p beautlfuUy, and ob, mtmma! they are full of money V Lost In amatetaeDt the atotber viewed tbe sirnatlon. er's visitor left the tJace catteadily. the two Utile shoes tn his haod. Ills gait wa cssteady. his MurresL for the drugged drink had not yet lost Its effect He located ISi how It s.vd 1 EJectric THIS and Lsiht u type cf Western practically autcenaoc in -a cluU can cccrate it its creratiaoLVreniafcJe tlectnc service ruht and daycr. j ocr tun. Seejiha plant incperatica. he lr abandoned, two years f reckless Inebriety, a fortune wa Is a talalre j raitF. a wares for ti wvaisa be MT loved, despair, a retsra to srnor.r be furnished twwa. wss dreaming as a fstr.fflsr. loc; r aoagbt-foface seeded to Catb imm hit vision. He revlesnrd the past a IZti He fancied ' vile Pike to the Lebanon Dike, .iknnt , t. Spoonamore, for merly owned by Mrs. Georgia Shearin. This fann contain 66 1.5 acre, and ii one of tho most ' desirable farm in thi county. It i well located, plenty of never failing water. A well on the farm is inexhaustible. There U alo another well and three spring on the farm. Thi farm has been well cared for, and is a money maker. 23 acre in growing corn, balance in era. fie"d of 20 acre in Blue Grass that ha not been plowed for 40 year. 10 acre : in meadow that ha been cut only two year, &d 12 acre of new meadow next year. In ten minute drive with auto to the best school in the state and one mile to a general merchandise store .and blacksmith shop and griss milL There it a even room reidence on the farm in splendid repair, all necessary fencing A-- l, and a nice orchard. Thi i really an ideal home, surtounded by the best neighbor on earth. Only five mile from Danville and five mile from Perryville. 1 lie wav In the h'd- 0f town. i Kentucky. Thi farm will be sold without reserve, bybid or limit. It is a rare opportunity to buy such a farm. There are few in Kentucky a good at thi one. Sale will be held rain or hine. Sale begins at 2:30 P. M. TERMS LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. I , On the premises on the pike leading from the Perryvill '"" i i 6ASTIN BROTHERS drtsk. bat look now--One won! sbe spoke ' ar It bid sot ksovn tb little cUM THE REAL sb tt2 toatrdt bio. sti Eiaey Pries realised tbst b bad rescbed tbe CapL T. D. English, Auctioneer. Jocrsey. o4 of a lb bestowei of bit suae. One love. On tress-- I TAMME & LUNSFORD, ESTATE MEN OF DANVILLE. DANVILLE, KY. kc The Central Record. Lancaster,' We Ky., Thursday Aug 21, 1919 PATONIC nsUntlr relieves HMrtbara, mow- JCawy FeeHnf. Stops row BoannK. repeating, ana an iwimn m1 After you eat always talc False Friend n7 CotitrliM. muriel lhe 'Vt br lh L'Mon lilt, IVnlin ) New,. miUmwwwi rru4 rnnoMi R. r.. McROHERTS, wnt Lancaster, I in il Ikcii "retired Itlioda Marsh mid she fully n .A.imI It pi Wiililrmi hincllts. k It.1 win n well established lunk Isiiiin', tlie (. tciingmphlr mirk T Ky. 'iglil. ilw nrtunl wnrklrg hnurs f t w imil tin rinn'tcusntloit iim uitit .ti Idoiil situation i.r I lllll'IHl. NEW FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For Distribution ' ' (let joir name on our mailing Hit at once. More than 10 farms dcsrrlhr.1, Semonin- - Goodman Incorporated ilte, Kentucky lir .vet," irlit n.it Mr. inl. I liir mother. "Ilf I" iiHiiy on hut If In' I" ii)thliig llki' Mr. Uulilruii I lure nothing tn rimiplnlii of. Mr. Wnhlroii tnlil 1111' lie a g, l'u nv.ay fir a month's 'ill li Ms partner Oi.lli'" buck." 'I In- - trmip nf i lili es ininprlxil four riiiiin. At tin' bark nf the sulti- n ciittip'iriiiiciit t list was nltnmt unlit-llti- i In lt pn .'tmnent. Il linil u hrnty Inn n il ilmir. n high-tillrr of "iniill window" nm IIIi metnl b llllcd limm llu.l held III" swlirlllc" of tin' linn. I In I f of lt!i.l.r I hiii' n siren In nrrt.iiRi'm these nml ki oping Inup nf trHii.fer" nni rntitwiii rnilw-- , "I Ilh I. i II) mm SUE OF ' DESTROYING PRAIRIE DOGS TO SAVE CROPS 9 Organized Oparaticns Ccntlucted in New Mexico. Nearly Part Ltnd Owners Trok Actlv Cost for Treatment Range Land Lets Thin of 4 Cents an Acre. 5,C0O In Work 5 ret 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ANGUS iLAND 'STOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen An dus Cattle for sate anyltlme w nee Also rei!i- eiiner !.- ,i - Hull', i U'lililrmi wn" n tliiffli''iil Often, when mnl c.ilil;:. "t einph.-er- . ' llii t.p.in ulilch lii- - iMTrf!i.' Hi' I" ill In would ertu In la'ie Vli'itnri' iiihI relief frmti lnilm 'inn' In lellliiir lilhnla Mitnethlng nf h' i. re. r iitit lili plain' for III flltlir "I 'n 'e pin In tin liant ynirs Imllil In" up this hnliw frnm ii tnnl ! fturt " lie minuted. "M) lili-- In I'lU- llii In Mr. Iliijni' ii n HurUlne purt- iht mis tn illtlilp tin- - imuniiillillllr. r,,lr" ;Mv ,,r"nm !.'"pretty ullage. ipi nl bv tlie fnllcil statu i i.ie.it of Aarlrulture.) Organized Hilmilnj: operation" wire extended mer I,i5ll,'.,!)7 prnlrkvl'-s-.r.-fef-tcacre" In New Mexico lukt y r tinder the war meimuri' work of the MoIokJchI mrvey of the I'ulltil Stale h drpnrtmcnt nf nuricnl-lure- , tho New Mexlcu ntnte tnuni II nf defenir, and the extension nervlce of the New Mexlcn rollCRC of ncrlml. lure. Thin Included the protection of "I'.'.I02 ncre" of rrnp" In all part" nf the state, neatly fi.onil land owner" tak-In- s in live part In tin work. The rx-ndltures of the federal and Mote kov-- i tnmenlR nml of totaled I "M thnn 3M),(im. The netiinl riit for Ihe treatment nf raiiKt land wa" lei than I cents an ncre. If average crop returns In New Mexlcn he plareil n hnv n .$20 an acre, the savins In crops Hunt for thl" one season Is approximately $3(10,(100. To this should lie TV (l'r in tere.l I'l'limt Itina I .', ' ' Hin tyr; """""'"'T'T.1 "'T' n , nii a Mili ln -- i mill In' rutin ""' A. D. UKADSHAW, VVALKEK timiie !.! i Hi Itlwt Mr. -I 'W nf'tTtiiHiM Vnhi-ii- ii nml liail p.ni' iiiiih'imI n"ny mi 1 Mr. I'.a:.nf lm" rrlu.in ill" '. Hint I Iww smmMhlnir tn tilt )im nU'tit him Hint Imulilen mi'. Hi' in)" mi tirili uliir nltintlun iSh " iMit rii'iill thnt In' rvr hi t. ii' li'futv. lint I rrtnrnilN't Iilm il'ii' . It lini wlr inc nni'ii") In rn i.i In Mil a" n tn.m wlm U'ml l!l li I'flU-e- iif fillnlnll & ".. Hint lilrh I hilii.nc ti"k oincern fur W'H.iil tnn yo.'rn ago, nml wlilili illwi-lroi- i" fnllnri'. inrnl mil n Miillier Mnl ilnii'litrr ill.ciinl Hie fltilillm. Ilimrrrt Itliniln niivptpil Iter mother'" ronnrl tn ninf.nc her nt t rr illltle". telil' l'i CHIROPODIST filf i!a 'Hire Into tlie iifHrr lnr"li nin in n tn mi'ttteiir " 'ine Aii-.in Ii ,ii t rinm that Ulli .) In-- r nii nlnrtii. Iiit i'pp arimrt wns nn. ,y Ila)nc ami it iiimiiinlim. in,i Mill lNTlnrtl)' Itlimla tienril lla)tii' ayT "Your part l raajr, Mrrtlll. I will niuke nut n ilierk fur fifty tliiiiininil ilnlRir" MliUti )nti nri' In tn!i f, train nl unci' for limine. Illi anil put nti rt Hie Clareiiilnii lintil. I will oiricc loin )im there till" I'irnlnir. I nni colnu tn tnki "lint nejrntlnlile UhmIh 'M' have It's n rlnan nwii'p ami fWe n fur life. Gilcher Hotel, , i'lnipreti'iiiti'! In liii"y lier"elf nninnc snme loiter" an tlie man "lie m i vv km u tn la' it inllrnftue nf I!ii)in rami' Intn tin riNiin Mic ta" In, Sim Dniivllle, Kentucky. wn Iri'inMInc all mer as lki)ne In turn eriii"l tlie i'p.irltnent, lint lie illil nut iinllri' her agitation. 'Mi Marli." lie fmke, Mynn may hoine. If ynn C n" l mte n lim'tlne lien with etne rllent" that lll lake all tlie iiflernoon." Iltiil.'t 1'iiw lit silently, iilthonsli livi heart waa lieatlni; like n trip linnuner. t Shu Metit Inln the rrar room, uhere he kept her nip. Then flu iirtitl 1 liMin the tlrt liiimle that rnnie tn her iiilnil.. There ttns nne ipeelnl 1hi where Urn iirgntliihle nrrurltlen wen' o a pionii'iit he Co. kept. InIniiimilier lii' linil hail I'liiplleil It. IhiiiiIIimI Its nintent" Into n unnll mfe, Inekeil liy liirorp.irntiil keen, which he Illil iiinoliu Minn iilil fllei, ami tta" lireiilhle,i.ly J" Manufacturer of Perfect.FittlnQ iirriiliKlni: tn halen frnm the kpnt In th" lunik, whin I'.iijii.' entereil the AND SPECTACLES roiim. nntli'i"! the empty lmx and Kne.eil the truth. EYE GLASSES She utiKiil at Imy in he rnnfriintt'il her, She iletleil Jilln in he threaten, ril anil Ktnrtiieil, At taut, Ulnclnc her Artificial Eyes Krjptoks In a ihiilr, he left the room, rlnxlmt ami l.K'klns the harreil iloor, ami ln Imlnlble lllfnral Ia'Ik siintll-r- il that he planmAl tn keep her a primmer until he rvturneil trttli tool" In lireak open the "life. The moment he was gone lllimla 4th & Cheitnut Intn arllim. Her ejea tlitkluil 5 LOUISVILLE, KY, wllh ileterinlnnllnn iih he ran tn a rlinlr, plareil It illreelly In the renter nf tlie room nml rrumpleil tip nml llcliteil n luimlful nf niMMiniipers, mniinteil the thulr, held Hie flamet lienentli the tiny clnlw nf inereury In the rdllnf. nml knew that within n Tho undcnleneil liorcoy jrive wnrn-ni- t very few minute" the tire department, upon tUin th Hi'ilrle Mk'iinl, woulil lm to ull persona not tu treipaat ur land: for any purpote whatever aeannlng the IiiiIIiIIiik tn Inente llli) is we will protecuto all olTcnderi to fourco of the name. The main ilonr ii" hrnkm ntH'ii ami Iho fullest extent of tho law. Hunters nml fishermen especially take the Imrreil nne fnrriil free. Tn n pn-llre nflleer Itliniln lutrrateil her Unry, notice. Soiiii'huvv, Riiei.'.lni' the Iriilh, pruli-thlII. U Elkln, Mrs. Corn riillllps, Iliiynx luiut hate lleil, A tele- Mrs. Knima Panlcls, rraiu keeureil hU nrrouipllce ami Hit) It. L. Arnold. fifty thouanml ilollara at Unnnevllle, Mrs. Sarah J. I. Ilackley, ami the man tlie truth, ror- Mrs. Kmma Illtftflnbotham, rnhnrntlus Ithmla's utcuathm. "you Jewel nf rnurnce and loyalty 1" Kdd and N. D. Trice. coiiimemleil Merle Walilroa when he S. C. ItlKsby. reliiriieil, nml u little later, m con0. M. Anderson. vinced uaa he thnt he linil fuiitul a It. I,. Darker trraaure In the hrlnht, lntellltrnt girl II. U Kclley. who had tavrd Itliu hi fortune, that J. C. Rtcsby. he liked her to ihare It and hli lore. I1KADSHAVV.I it I Inn. Laiirnstcr, Ky j MMMataitatas3M34iu'' TPAVELAND One of the most desirable farms in Boyle County, just outside the city limits of Danville, Ky., on ' Dr. New Mexico Practiced Poison Control' on 1,231,297 Acres Against Prairie, ' Dogs Last Year. added the bene fit, from the destruction nf prairie iIor" on over a, million acres nf ranee and the enn"equcnt Increased value a crops and fonijie for season tn come. Iletter orcnnlzntlnn will re-- I suit from the experiences of last year and Hie biological survey and the au thorities In New Mexlcn are In n position tn push much more vigorously the work of clearing the state of prairie dogs. IVonotny and rffectlvi-n- es lnve Peon Increased through recent Improvements In poisoning methods and. with tho help of legislative incnvires nnd the hearty of nil ranchmen. It Is hoped that the pialrle dog will ho entirely eradicated before many years. J. W. WEBER FOOT DOCTOR August 28 AT TEN O'CLOCK ON THURSDAY, THE PREMISES. SELECT POTATOES FOR SEED D 9 m ii I Southern Optical J lo t 8t, POSTED This farm comprises 245 acres of deep rich soil, and has an gant Colonial brick home of eight rooms, front and back porches, basement under the entire house, furnace, hot and cold water, with bath, etc. Servants' house, barns and all necincluding one new tenant house, well essary fenced and extra well watered, with living springs, is in a high state of cultivation, never having had a crop of tobacco grown upon it. Danville is noted as a great educational center, and is growing rapidly. This is the logical way fcr it to grow, and d we believe in a very short time this farm can be and sold in lots and baby farms at fancy prices. The owner, Judge John W. Hughes, on account of his health has instructed or limit. Terms liberal and us to sell without reserve, by-bi-d made known on day of sale. At the same time and place wc will sell all his personal property, consisting of growing crops, live stock, farm inplemcnts, household and kitchen furniture. Judge Hughes will take pleasure in showing the farm and personalty to interested parties, at any time before the day of sale. eleout-buildinsub-divide- Grower Cannot Expect to Get Maxl. mum Yields From Inferior Stock Best Time at Harvest. by tho United Sutra Department of ATlctiltnre.) The custom of using as seed potatoes Ifft from the previous season's crop after linvlng dlpoed nf the best, mnt be discontinued If the present quality nnd yield of the crop Is to be materially Improved, say specialists of the Unit ed States department of agriculture The grower cannot expect to get maximum )lelds from Inferior seed stock any more than the dairyman ran expect tn get maximum milk yields from scrub cows. The best time to select seed potatoes, a cording to the specialist". Is In the fall when the crop Is being har-.c'e- j. Then the yield of tho Individual plant and the quality of the tubers can be considered. flood seed Is pure In fTspect to the variety; Is produced by healthy, vltor-ou- s, heavy-- ) lehllng plants grown under favorable, climatic conditions; Is somewhat Immature: reasonably uniform In slie nnd shnpe; firm and sound. The first sprouts should begin to develop at planting time. (Prrared 0 STERILIZATION IS NECESSARY Washing of Dairy Utensils by Process Ordlnrrllv UtH Is Net Always Sufficient. States Depart-mer- it of Agriculture.) Htrrlllzatlon of dairy utensils Is necessary for the production of dairy products of high quullty, particularly milk and cream, bentuse the washing of dairy utensils, nt least by the process ordinarily used. Is not sufficient to Insure freedom front Infection and (Prepared b tho United Ci IL SULLIVAN, R. K ARNOLD, BOLIVAR BOND, AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS: EXTRA LABOR BY DULL TOOLS Average Farmer Does Not Realize Tremendous Amount of Work He la Making Himself. Labor anent bv thn farmer In sham. , . eulng his tools and Implements earns, a thousand per rent Interest, declares rrof. II. II. Musselroan of the Michigan agricultural rollege. The aver-et- v furmer Is Inclined to go alone with dull edges, llltle realizing the tremendous amount of extra labor he I loik-la- g himself. , .1 . Tho Centr r? ster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 21, 1919 NEW OFFERING! 7 J. C. PENNY COMPANY Cumulative Preferred Stock ! $3,000,000 c4. Chance Acquaintance o- of Its. kind In Cotapanv nierntes tin- - largest chain iif n p.irltnent Hr-slates. thi world, maintaining 1!" s ores, extending Into twenty-liv- e PRICE 93 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD Special Circular On Request. Cy T. B. ALDERSON lh-S - 7y,. t 1119, T' . i IC.prrlcht. Dale Morton fell that be had done LOUISVILLE 210 8. FIFTH STREET n !iil month's work and had earned a fen da)s' vacation. He bail beeii ni sent on n of looking up the rights nf bis cmjilnjrr, n city mer cliiint. in nn estate. In bis pocket a ii mass of notes and copies of iIihii iiicnls suilliieiit In pnne n handsome aililllluii to ihe already opulent i sources of .Inliii Wylle. There was a OF LANCASTER. small outside Interest. Morten hint Ihe name of Its poesor. The hum-in- s SurplUN Cnp'tii! $ up of this person could come laier. be decided. It uiis at the pleasant little town id J. E. STOUMES. Vice-PresA. n. DENNY, President. liras.niere that be Rot off the train, C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier put up at ita hotel and settled ibinu J. P.. HARRIS, Individual tu a few days' sojourn. The next day nlTis-ter. Ids ilc'Mlny more than be hud IIUOII M0BI.KY. Oencral amldpatcil and bold hltn at Crass-meifor oicr u week. Morton nn Idllns nt n spot of coolness and simile For Rent. Safety Oeposit Boxes at the rlerslde at the cdzc of n prclt) WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Mri'lrli of the woods net day, when n Jininlle bowl arrested Ids iitteulloii (J. B. Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. It. Posey, J. E. Stormes, 'Hi, It's broke! I Hi, Cousin Kate S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. My Hu;;iot Is all cone to pieces! nnd u tcarfiibfacisl boy came Into inlew "Wh.ii's tin- - trouble, sniiuyl" In ipilrcd .Morton, niul the lad held up a ENOS SPENCER. P,m. whs!, rclirccnlcil hy two latteiisl IAS. G. HARRIS. WPrea. isH-mleR. H. UNDSCY. See',. ends, n crotched mid k iI.iiikIIiis strip of leather. "I inn"! cry." advised Mnrtnii sooth Hislj "Majle It nin be lined." II was niany a .car slnre Morton bad poses-is- l a like bo)lb tolilriv nine, but be set his Imcullic genius at work. 'Ihe croichol stick was In A nccviAciv t::cor(PcaATC3 institution cr ltarnikc tact and his wallet was surrounded l. lou:sv:lu:, Kentucky two heavy elastic bands. In a JIIT cuTHr.n umccr, Ncrth ef ro.tortico lie had ailjiitisl these to stick, Ihe Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Stuc.r.U piece of leather was set the place, and In -ecu re Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue nt upon requcit. the boy falrl) danced with ilellcbt n be was haudisl the tinHicil nrllcle. "(Hi, ain't It Jut dand) I" he eu His Language. berated. "Why, It beats Nat l!ood' Hurt by Autoi In New York. Mnlher tiilil -- Nfer ihn. baby came slim: nil to iiolblni::" were Approximately S..l "I hojie ou won't use It In anno, Injured by automobiles anil motor-trutli- s from beaveii. so w Ii u d v wis eight months "Id slter selil In .1 pla.vm.lte: Ihe birds olis,rtsl Morlnti. of ('renter In the streets , ., Keeping Mirrors Hrlgiit. "Our liiihv Is tnlktii" mu' Imt "tlh. no, lr iieer that! Just for during 1017. To clean mirrors, keep a piece of hlni, 'cause be talks sky target. Sister look. Just look 1" understand iiikc, a cloth nnd n .Ilk limiilker-Wf- f talk." The lad was twenty feet away ill; First slHince the glass well, so Plant to Bi Drr.ii?d. trlii:: for munitions In a henp of pt-'o clean off over One of the must lerrilili "linn In exBut They Are Always Ther. ble. The clrl drew buck shjly and :ti isiwder blueall siit tied lii muslin; rub It slgatiten. istence Is !he A There are l bunts In tin. human lieurr Marled lifter him. It was a brief cn or' lightly nnd qulikly with the cloth, Is (nuiiiiii.i in Al.j-Inlwhich and ulilfli nr.. f ii it l slrneV l.v uul comorsiittoii and he wns sorr grows also In Ceylon. When cut. n which will remain mule and when Ihey reaclesl a houe at the .ile n finish by rubbing It with the hand- litcf. milky sap exudes from the stem nml o aiteaN the tnor nnd of the wood nml he rnled his hat In leaves, and the least drop iif till- - will earnest, and respond at to the adieu. cause total blindness If It iimies In lightest caual touch. e Morton took the rntnlib' contact with the cjes. the follow Inc day, to come upon hl rutins friend with n paper larxel The Zuyder Zee. l"ie Zuyder fee, or Southern sea, was tacked to n tree Ukui which be was The Largest FIcac. eierly a lake surrounded by marshes, loins his skill. Morton tried a few Mindanao produces the largest flow- -' resent extent being the result "f chance shots himself. Then he caiisht rr In lh world. Its hibllat Is the ' 's la the thirteenth century. Its sight nf ii tutting form In the Paras niountali,, f t above ea - about 2.0110 square ii miles, and of Ihe hoiist Hlld the hoy culled nut! level. The native give It the mime of "Ob. Cousin Catherine! Here Is the Boln. Its Is' i ir emse detitb from 10 to in feet same gentleman who was so kind to t over Hi?,-- " In diameter and weighs! The Hollanders have reclaimed a mil me jesterday. Ma) he he'd like a bou2 POOIIu . The tinner first fntinil I Ion acres from e.i, lake and river quet nf our flowers." to Snmatnt. since the sixteenth, century. "If jou care for them nt all, I will be glad to give ou our choicest," she said, isimlng In Ihe fence. Dale Morton went back to his hotel with n nosegay made up of the prettiJ. W. RODES, President..!. M. MILDREN. ., and C.n Mf r est Dowers In Kale's garden, lie had lingered mining the roses ami lilies for L. M. LAND, Treasurer. a full hour, and had come nwny deeming his pretty hostess veritable queen of loveliness and grace, "The mischief 1" he ejaculated as he reached his room nt the hotel and siikkI root iil with dismay. During his absence some one bad entered the room nnd had gone away with Ids wallet, carelely left on a bureau. It contained little money, but It held the papers be bad been nt suih palm and expense to secure and he felt the loss of them to be a serious matter. Morton at once wrote to his telling of the theft and asking He hoped that the for Instructions. same might Involve n new going over Ihe ground he had already covered, for that would keep lilm In the district at least where he would be In proxfuiltv of his peerless Kate. It would take at least two dnjs to receive a reply to Ids letter. He made a new slingshot and took It to Nisi. The following evening he htrolh-past the house that 1-1014 2 held his illvlnlt). .Iii- -t as be passed Ihe gale, excited and vvhlti-fnce- d, Neil 11 ciime rushing around Ihe comer of the This Company hat sixty barrels of production in Estill house. , County, Ky., 500 acres leased close to the Rex Carpenter well , "Oh. say!" he gass-d"I've klllisl in Clinton County, Ky., 1B0 acres on Buck Creek, Estill counsomebody! Tim folks ure nil awaj ty, Ky., a one-haand as I was crossing the lot to go Ky., interest in 37 acres in Lee County, over to Nat Hood's house. 1 saw n man is with a well drilling within 100 feet of our line, also eight leases POlng up one of our side windows, I of 1,115 acres checker-hoarde- d through Montague County, tlrisl with my slingshot to hit the side Texas, where there are many drilling wells. of tho house to stare lil away. The stone must have hit blm Instead, for And we are drilling a well on a church lot in Texas, surhe fell Hal." Dens. rounded by big producing' wells. We must look Into this," said Mor ton and entered the jnnl. A man with The proceeds from the sale of itock will be used to acblood trickling down Ids face was quire additional properties and to develop the valuable leases blindly staggering In Ids feet. Ho had Be acted the thief and looked one. Mor the company now owns. ton led him to the street Just lis a v The net proceeds from sale of oil to be paid to the stocklage wiilchiaan came along. It wai n holders In dividends. fortunate action, for, upon searching the man. Morion's wallet ami the Subscriptions will be received for a limited amount of the siolcn papers were found uism him. Treasury Stock at par. Of course after nil this excitement Morton had to remain to guard the Stock subject to advance without further notice. lioiiso until the family had rclurii.il. Do not delay, send in your checks, payable to the MILand amid the explanations that ensued he leannsl that Kate was Kate Kiiowl. DREN OIL CO., J. D. Cuerrant, Agent, Danville, Ky., P. O. Inn. And Kate Kuonlloa was the Box 292 Phone 9. with Morton's employer to the esN. B. We have a little booklet on Texas Oil, which we tate he bad been I. siting up, and quite naturally, being completely In ur will gladly mall you free upon request. t with her, before he left tlrassmere the devoted lover asked her to become VV. E. Mis. Morton. JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. tir lh. W..l.,n paper L'nuiL) N.w THE NATIONAL BANK 50,000. 30.000. w lid toasted Bxasssv xsvsaa-vsxx-ai sasssi asxxl aasaaxxaxs aaxxxasai .av-axt- a 'saaxxtm axsaxx ll xr axaxsaaxtaw "it LUCKY STRIKE cigarette It's toasted to a r crease the good, wholesome flavor of the Kentucky Burley tobacco. Commercial School A regular man's smoke and O Ousirnajvieed ttsve xi Tn I ,i,t lt borrowed Dignity. is'le "I soesirt t'hurles bsik .11 Kn.itlshed In that fullnln-s- s sn'i?" I! "How could he help It? That oullltt In s day has been on the luiiks ofi lor e fiMitbnll cuplitliis, two islltor ate the man In our last cl-- , le v production.' Stanford Chapar-- j ral. (Supply Wat One Short. The Iwitc. Hiiro snd Henry, burn had to), exaitly alike. The hurrya father other ing downstair he met Harri saving: vour new "oh, i ome iipstni-- s and linithi-- r As Idrn at Hi-iiIds new brother me In. co-lu- g iildy where , .MY new broth"It er nlw,-i)-s 'klnr r FHF HENRY MOOR E ON DANVILLE STREET will be sold at MILDREN 01 L CO. OIL AUCTION At 2:30 o'clock. PR0DU6ERS SATUEDAY AFTEENOON CAPITAL STOCK, 750,000 SHARES PAR VALUE, $1.00 EACH, Office, Lexington, Ky., 312 Fayette Bank Building. Office, Fort Worth, Texas, Main Street. August 23rd About one acre of ground. 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 hiated, hot water. This 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 Yountr orchard, trnnrl owrrissn --In. op J r ' m.ibichuoi vancreie walk outside City Limits." 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. SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. MOSS, Advertising Manager, LANCASTER t KY i The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky.. REGULATION 1 hursd Aug 21, 1919 J&hWMamet rwunin1 5&ainin5 process feoAist TO PREVENT INTERSTATE ' SHIPMENT OF TUBERCULAR CATTLE rm 9H jstaeJ l""","iH imwinn 'i;i ; oft tJC r 'L'jMkWi ' v IvADNisnrDj T 'A I J.'F WRIGLEY! P,MH,"u,Iilif! f trr Old 3 Ilv tufic implerr r ..tim in; tc ran pry fini hr if intt wru r prtiju ptf i.jiurc fxit. Iifet L lv u- !lI h.j iluori, k wi cm J. Im t recti it an J i ctt Vr THE ii tr i,n pari u nun STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY t Kt M cn tach lam larn at "? J i ttl if n"i mi r 9 loniMasting r ttt firm i" t "4, Lit).' h Smrl hf Mr imt in ttiiti O N imttk ltirte mm bars .of V TMC OHIO V1RSJI1H in each package. COMPSNT CUV HAND McRonms iku; store. The biggest value in MOTOR TRUCK U FOR SALE. It It Impotilblt to Tell the Tubercular From the Healthy Cowt by Ex. ternal Appearance. Ton Four wheel drive truck We hnvc a which we bought as a demonstrator; it is suitable for road contractors, sand and gravel hauling, lonKinir, lumber business, tobacco hauling, or any work where heavy hauling and bad roads prevail. We will sell this new truck at less than factory cost, as we are Address giving tin the agency. MOTOR TRUCK COMPANY, Inc., COLUMBIA Louisville, Ky. 1 111 South Seventh Street, S!IF JMisL SrfSr Isr refreshment you can possibly buy. to teeth. breath' appetite and digestion. cents Father's Way of Ecenemiilnj. fiilli.m fnMirtle ii gincral Ihlin; ny f Munomlalliit l I" stop New. n fniiii spending.-- - Palln A Nn man Optimistic Trcuflht. ran low tlif ptrsoii he sus ll' pect. ' Truly Great Hs.-r-t. the Morlil. Ills henrt n - r'i'ii! t then wn tw instil in it ui ltnul t t. niiM.tr)' of a v.i. m. nough wh Optimistic Thought. .mi wltli the least knowledge n I .! l I..' Ilm rreoti'st talker. Optimistic Thought. en New Jersey, I4 r Tituperanre Is He niisleriilltig of riiiA ililr., In iilinllfn..1 in nimm. . A Im iilltrr WiiihII IMrhV j, rwy. New York's llwl It w "n of NVw ncxt-i..i- nelgh-lir- snlmrti. r.illirr linn n state." Only Voith-V.'VIe iI.iM.ii.Iii Co. tnrnlnc " Kr. liHfn, Dally Thought. tin- - lie "HI I mi U n ilnll n rtinni:i' uf lr.illi' n tlull Dally Thought. nii'ii run llml rmuii Imcfolliv. oftin ,I.' nln' Job. iU tftNl in .lut " ! i. ' fnii lint il' li yen kin nrk.M iaf ilwi m' i f ,n ilo mi limr In iln i;t.rn, fuullH fr nun lo (lritnnn llltlc Ijimior. snntir Dally Thoii A Build for All Time. of llio mtno HTMinr' i i if nu- Vln-c t ln.r. 1 ..- -. i Ilulloti. ImlM. lit " think lliat lilllil fnri'fr. l.rt It niit Iw fur Irr Ahiolute Limit. nt llf.'. nor prrwiit ur nlim; li t It "A mini nln't rrmhiil ilo full liuimin lio tnli work n our ilwfmlanl' will niM 1 ih'Io ni . II' fh lnilin,, Ihnnk in for. Iiukln. IShii, 'until lie pit" ton !"'" "'i 1" lnrnt I'icuscs full II." Revolutlontry Cengrcit. no I'nlliil SlalM TIiiti- War Booms fl'. Yor".-- . unlit nfur lli- - niloiillun of i!u Murld N.'W Yik nnHi- . 1.1 In ITStl. nnil thr fiileral r.nn.UiHoil ' o il ltli Itiimni"': In rxllrnr.. ilurliic the war the rtiiicre n lty, rhnslonml lUfl'l .nllrnllve n !i'olullotinry vnr w III." ronllnin-la- ctmBri1 of tlio iiilntiii'. l im ti anil n financial iirt. tvv STOP! LOOK! of part-mer(Creparea oy the Unllm Smirii 'on wnyMII nnil other iiapcrs; rnr8 or of AcTlculttire lioat ifnnparltm'nlK In nlilrli they arc A BENEFIT Tlio rcKtilntlnn prulilliltlnc. nfler innvril imit Iii clt'iintil nnd IKInfcrt-- I July I, llMU, Hi.. mmrintrit ' pil nnilpr litirpim rcyilrtloa": uml tin' or ilatry imr mttlo innt mrt lio trnnportoil In cm of cnllli' for lirriilln kim' nnlexn thi'y nri' iniu'tly IuIht or liont cmnpnrlnH.its conlnltilni: riilln-trltwill proi- - to In- - n Innc healiliy or Iiok iiiiIush tlio UtttT fti'p lonuril till" rnntrnl or ttiM'rruio-hI- k nri' for Imtmtllatr slatislitcr. I'lirc-tni'i- l nnil It" rrriilunl iriiillrnlloii In llil" cattle which haro lirm I'otintry, iitconllnR to otllcl.iN of the klilplxil lnli'rlnli-fiirliri'iilli5 ii-or feelj rnlli'il Slnli" ilfpartmftit of ncrlml-- ing mill which liui' lrmliil foipplenionl" iiml Uri'iizlhriix In tin tnli.nulln tet fuliscqui-n- t tnro. It to Htat,- - ripiliitlnn on tlili Milijtit. Mniii-nt- , Midi may lie rPMhlppi'il Tin" oliji-c- t upon tin. tier ivrtllUite fo' of Hip rcRulntlnn l tw i tncally In prernt the inlerMale mi- - purpn-.e- s other tlinn Maiishler. pro- l nnlmaN to entile vlthil they are eonljn.il to Hie orlc inent of liniilerK or dairymen who are trylnc Innl owtiir at the same (Hilnt of to ilrlw out or keep tnliereuhnlH from orlcln; the lolilpincnt mii'.t lie mail.' th.lr henln. Callle eonli:neil to n pnli- - within four month of the orlclnal not lie flipped to lie Morkynril, mill uleert and rtrlctly shipment; Ihey runce ealtle may Im' iuoel Intermate nny ntule or territory that dons not u'lllniut retrIcllou tinder the new provide for ipihrantlnw of tuliercular r.Kulallnn. cattle; they rannut tiKaln he shlppeil r.i;ile of the regulation, which lm Interstate except for Immediate liy the M'erelary of nerl-- c KlaiiKhler li.i n under Korernment Inspecnil are uml In known im reeuhitlon tion ; requirement vf lilentltlcatlnn M'ten of litireau of animal Industry or- and disinfection mut lie ohsened, Itrlelly. heifer may he moved Inter-ntnt- e der List, lire IkIiik printed, and will lie n uwillalile Minn for rattle ownerx. deafor feellnK or crazlni; on eterlmirlnns nnd other who may that they will not lie used for ler, other purposes, and cowi. mar he delre them. The rrculatlon of Interstate move- - shlppeil Interstate f rum public Mock ard on affidavit to the sanio effect inent of cattle follows the Kame prin may he shipped from public ciple used successfully In the lontrol Hull nnd has lieen slock )ard for feedlnc provldeil the of other animal disease, til. I :t It thnt recommrnded tn the department of miner or shipper make Needn't C.I aKrlriilture hy many cattle owner a Ihey are for feiillni; only, and the stnte Hears Only the Voice. r a sort The man who Is ! an rssenllnl part of tlm cnmpalKii tn which they are slopped proilde for "A link of unilerstiindln" kin be . n Usually s quaraullne. !ily romfortlny said I'ncle Kben. place without honest 1. aralnst tuherculosl, which I now set-tinI.:.;. Detroit find It right under I. In whlili the well undenvny, Certificate With Accredited Cattle. orse .ton talk lo a mule de more ii News. Cattle from a herd ollicially ac feilernl coternmrnt and III state are ci ts inmplltnentcil by de utteAtlon credited a free from tuherculosl may lenitlnV he shlppeil Interstate If iicciimpnnl.il What Cattle May Da Moved. Uncle Eben. Cattle known to he tubercular may I by olllilal certificate showing they are Nemesis. "Par aln' no use tryln" to bury de be mined Inteiatnte for Immediate from such n herd. Nemesl was n goddess of Justice lalrliet wlf snme folk," said Uncle Tuberculin test for the detection of lauchier under feileral Inspection. In (Ireek mythology Kb. n. "not a long as dey kin keep Ml retribution. Idcntltlne tuherculosl may be made by veteriThey must lie inarke.1 for ,emel wn a goddess personifying diNlgln' Into de hardware store an' must ho accompanied hy a cer- nary Inspector of the bureau of ani tlon; llnltneiit, of the divine distribution to go: tin' mo' cutlery." tificate allowing their condition, that mal Industry at public stock yards or 'ery man of the precise share of for-they may he shlppeil Interstate, and reiiular bureau slallon or by a vet tt.no. go.nl anil tun!. Relic of Noah. the purpose for which they are erinarl.in of the slate of origin, nu The Desert de Carlllle, In the Pyrc--j transportation companies tlmrlied by the stale and approved by shipped; Bucket. on ln.lKW feet above the ti'", must Identify the entile a tubercular the bureau of animal Industry. sight at Palermo I to ee j sen, iiuittiliis no fev er than (HI lake of A curlou th flshrrmen spearing tlh by the aid t crying r!c. These, according In loMANURE IN CROP ROTATIONS GIVE ALFALFA A GOOD START of ,'tis.hiittnmcil bucket. There are cal tradition, were left at the time trnnv corner of the world where fth 'nf the t'lH'd. When the water subsided, "inured, but perhnp the use of ,lt I said, Noah and hi family landed Increased Yields Secured In Experi- Too Much la Expected of C:ed and Virginia and Ohio ssbollotned bucket In thl con- - en the I'll' tie Prime, one of the hlgh-le- st Not Enough Preparation Has Been ments at West Given to Soil. peaks In the district. Experiment Stations. li.ftiiiii I to be seen only at Palermo. H'fl I I I 'iirii', The prlce ,s fl luel LISTEN! We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE AND GAS REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Knpines., We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. battery charger We have installed and are ndV ready for battery charging. MaWith our Aceytelcne and Oxygen Welding auto- chine we can weld 'most any broken part of an . mob e. gas engine or larmiiig miitnmLngiue or any time you need help on your Auto. Gas will be gli d we us other kind of machinery, call dayand night. No jobs or r..n,o to votir rescue either too largo or too small Wo also carry a largo stock of auto parts for , Fords nnd other makes ot cars, wo nauuiu nu .u Crown Gnsoline which gives more mileage than nnj other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air nnd are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garago Open Day and Night. Satisfaction . The agricultural value of manure usually I' greater than the plant-fooKor exanuile. the application mine. of 12',4 tons of manure a year for !.' years lit the West Virginia expericrop ment Mnt Ion gave .Increased yield uilueil at $U nn acre a year, or Dur$3.12 u ton for the manure ued. ing il period of ten year the Ohio experiment station ha obtained an Increase of crop valued at $t.tS a Ion for the manure used. The application wa made at the rate of eight ton of mniiure nn acre during n IHe-yeof rum. wbent. oat, clover and timothy. Two application of four ton each were made, one for corn and one for rioter. Manure used In connection wllli continuous grain cropping did not maintain the yldd. but when used In connection with crop rotntlon the jlelds of all crop were lncrened. FLY REPELLANT FOR CATTLE Patience. require the The lies' tl'ins ui!-il!most patience for their development. enough preparation has been given to A tent may lie put up In an hour, but the soil, and the condition which constately building call for trmig tribute to n healthy, thrifty, quick long midand careful work. W'o have giowlli are entirely lacking. Ton iiintiv liii?ltinirs with alfalfa neeil '!-of patience not only with others, -! with ourselves In the buildbut seem to hate the Idea that because ing ol i! .ir.icti r Into what we would fulfil gathers and appropriates to Its onn use the nitrogen from the air. hate It. that It U not neecsMiry to nave In ih soil. Thl Is not nl. I.. tillriiL-.i- i of the nitrogen true. About one-thir'il by legume I taken from tlio son s of It from the 'direct, and air. j In n majority of rase at planting time. Tini much I expected of the seed. Not rallures in growing alfalfa occur The Chrysanthemum. It I l.rlli'tod that the first specimen of the rlir,tsiinlhemutn In Kurope was retinsl at the Itntantc garden. London. In 17(51, The flower's rise Into favor wa iblelly due to the Stoke Newlng-to- n Chrysanthemum society, which In Id It Ort rvhllilttnn it? I.U.r.ma l 1CIC. 'and served n n school of chrysanthe mum cull ! ror he world. I KEEP HOGS COOL IN SUMMER Animals Get Hot Very Easily and Care Should Be Taken to Keep Their Quarters Shaded. W. 0. Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Funeral Lancaster, Director and ft (Prepared by the United Statea Depart' ment of Agriculture.) North Dakota Station Recommends Kvery tlmo a hog gets too hot, lie Oil, NaphMixture of Soap, Crude pant uway an appreciable portion of thaline and Water. meat. And hog get hot very easily. The North Pakntn experiment sin-Io- n During the summer, especial care - should be taken to have the hog quar recommend the following repelhint for files of all kind: Dissolve ler well shudi!. If no natural shade one cake of laundry snap In four gal I available, a very good shelter may lon of soft wnl it, while boiling hot. be made of straw or bough placed and one pdlon of crude nil, slowly, about four feet abovo the pen or wal and stir vigorously for ten minutes. low. Clean water In which the hogs then odd four ounces of naphthaline and run Ilo should always ho provided. shake or nglfeite for fifteen minutes. says tho United Slates department of This repellant ran he used most effec- agriculture. tively In n sprayer or It may he put on iinlninls with a moist new doth, GOOD MATERIAL FOR LITTER enro being taken not tn rub the skin. It fchnuld lie applied to the luilr only. Straw Gathers Moisture and When It Becomes Limp It la Practically FRESH WATER FOR CHICKENS Useless for Hens, On CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus 8100,000.00 Assets Over OneJHalf Million Oollars. ON 11. guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. In of Most Important Factor Keeping Young Fowl Growing-K- eep Supply Clean. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. One of the most Important factors In keeping young chicks growing Is good, clean, fresh water In Teasels. As the days get warmer cue should be taken to change tbe water as often as required to keep It clean and fresh. I (Prepared by the United States Depart' meni or Aicricuiiurs. Straw and similar material gathers moisture, and when the lifter becomes h In li. limn It Is nraetlcal- ly useless fur fowls to scratch fu for their (ruin feed. Scratching litter In tbe poultry house la essential, but It should be cleaned out and renewed frequently. "ROLL OFJi HONOR.'' J. J. Walker, V. Pres. F. Hudson, President, W. F. Champ, Cashier, W. 0. Rlgney, Asst. Cachier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 2 I 1919. IPShi $ I DC C IDC IS Wii! GARAGE Oarage. R.eniucy, THE SACRIFICES SHE MADE FOR CIVILIZATION SHOULD DE CAPITALIZED. LJ hare juit opened up a New Carafe and am readr your car may i. Unit of Auto Work and malt any adjustment Phona 22. ntvi!. Clre ma a call and be contlneed. Bryant&ville I'.ryantsville, S. W. HALCOMB, Proprlalor, 31 i rJ THRIFT MUST BE PROTECTED iii! Are You? WHO! W. T. KING, THE AUCTIONEER LAND Will sell your land, no matter vhere the High Dollar, at ed, ell advertising I.t i Government Is Relying On Sat of War Savings Stamps 'or the Worth Optiml'tl Money Needed. few niiiK" millre f ailcni .jrm(.:i' v lm lm ' nttenJ in Thf"o tnntv li'iiilcr nnl. n llttlp ii fi-' :e men " nri- - uri'iit i" tn iv ri'tralnt on hMiipi'r, .w . mnko tlilnk tlic mote tbj" n . l)o you remember tlmt noma months Store all tin- - iltfTVrrnct' In cuir llv-ann vi worn loaning our Allies a few foul llrooko. million dollar rtery day to help them Eye of the Starfish. In carrying on the war actlnnt Ancient Rock Drawinos. nrm In tin" tiir At thi' onil nf V were liberal In A Imsf linffnln with rnoriiinn burns common enemy eye. It i!"i' (hit tliiTf If n lltlp financial l nn;tiiiin In prrliNtorir rtx'lc our allowances of was colntr assistance lint fcr.n nn linnsp. but lias nnlibT-b. on, whlln Hghtlng Inti'ly fomiil In Alci-rlnOrnwlus; The while the In l!tlntriil-!ilii- ir strlMiis the Ilun was still standlnK defiantly ilwro-- s of llcht. Minlilln;: the African rlii!innt Is nlo on the "lllndenbur - Line." filt to Imiiihic siHiirp nf illt:int lllmiil-natio- n ft'Mlnrc. nml other nnlinnt tnrlmli- I lie It we are wise we will be liberal In that tlllTor from the surround-lii- I linn. Iromnl. cazpll? uml tlomrstlc ahtlnc our friends to make their pints nml ihwii. siri-reorgtnUjtion plans for the future' The ttr it money we loaned to our Do It Now! Allb'H was for the more or less selfish Perfectly Ssfe. of opportunity trninln purrme of self preservation. Tin" iiKr The !iylcl:m to the open for ji'tir. but they rhw with n 'N'nw." snli! tlii world '.v.. menaced by I'rusdanlsm who hml fluniiiniKil lilui, "ynil bnae. nml they nrvor reopen. We nro and pix-- t '.ere menaced with the rest. nml I innt ' revmn,.lib for the cooi! we Inlcbt do, an- - not In pmmI It'll t! e loans that make In the forhlil nil br.iln work." Hut, ilnctnr." j nnd the world I" on'r for our neslect, future w'll help In riuarantieliif Amer proteytnl tlit poet, "may I not write tit no one tun do mir work. If there ican co..ir.ierclal prosrerlty. "CVrtalnly." tin- - dw l aoiiiethluc llint iiced doltic. don't kome vrrsos?" Nine of us vat.t a period of de- you wnnt wult till lomorrowl Do It now I tor wild, "write nil the rrehki and panic and business trou. to." We wsr t the world to get bis hi-rback tn unrV, buck to production, To Frost Glass. bdek to money making and upbuilding If I ofien convenient to ftc tulb At Home. The procrnm at the Twentieth Cen- .nil Ieii.", and here Is n nielbod by Instead of rioney rpendlns and v hleb IhN work may be done at home. l tury club w on .loan of Are. ber tor: mixture of 21 ounces of ethe. nml There otuht to be a tremendous de- tures nml luiprlonnieiit. A m;ill boy had been nllowed to m ctniiinmy his Is. tunce nf benxlne told two mid n m.t:id upon American Industries In ounce, of sand.iraili Hid half the rcbulM!litf of broken France, mother mid li.n! mtiili Inter- quarter ested In the program. On the way an ounce of iuatle. The p'irt to be shattered llrlir'um. Itoumanla, north Italy and S.rblj. Upon this demand ihonld be lmiMercd )n this home lie raid: "Take me upiln, fintid a few mlnuteo. will drtinmd In no smalt meai-uthe mother. I like that Penitentiary club." amount of American prosperity In Cartoon Mupizlne. the near future. Popples. Kurupe llt hi the market place for cjaniilerNtle of the corn poppy, Ancient Admonition. all mannir of Amerlcsi made article -! l! b'llllant .ir!ct colorllii'. I Thoiishtlein peron wlm lnl't on for a long time, but most of all they .11 e fi7f tit Us two oilier petnN, til1 'is durlns :i imi!enl perfiinnuiuv. will want raw materials, construction h iilde the IcsmT I .i'r until the Itr-fmaterials, Implements, tool' and ma. the plenme of those who :nt niwiieil. I'opWes of I'lan-l-- e chlnery. The demand for these will "li listen to the inule nel. ivenlthey iiirii Mippies or other run Into billions of dollars. l to note eiirhmi '.lib IK. It spe-.1- ,1 , are not of the oriental already We have all the materials that will it thl particular iot ,hl(h iiplum - tlerltcd. The be net Jed. We hare the resources taut more than 2.tnT jitWi ir.n. In when cii'tlvnli'd. U known and the manufacturing plants ready to !'PP.v. pnclent, lunik "KcvlecUiSj.. .is we t Shirley poppy The flower Is start to work. Our plants are enorr il "Shii1:, thou that arr till, elder, tiinl ur annual, iitcoiillns to the mous 'ml are In far better tondltlon for It heco'.neth thee, but with miiuid than thoso of Europe. We are ready Ja i iient, nnd hinder ii"t m i to switch orer our plants Into the production of what ever It may be that Kurope needs and ran pay for. We have had these things for ytara but we have had no eiport trade to .Ve had no for amount to anything. eign trade organlutlon and It must be confessed, too. that we had the Id will of the world. Hut now we have the good will of the world. Our Jfjemlshlp with the By nations is well nigh universal. raising the nectsrry loans to keep government mur. the business of tlie Ing as it should move we will further strengthen the poslVon of the nstlon both at home and abroad. We will make !' easily possible for us to get out in the world and realize world commerce. It will mean something f) Wi tremendous to all Americans In the S years to come. The people we have fought shoulder to shoulder with, the nations whom we have assisted In the darkest financial hours by timely and large loans, will be glad to buy of ut. Hut much money must be at hand for Uncle Barn's use In reestablishing trade and commerce, befcre this can be realised. It will take about 13,000,-000,00according to an estimate of the Kderal fleserve Hoard, The money must come from the savings of the people. The banks need all their resources to take are of the enterprises In their own localities. AND The Government plans to make the nation and the Individual prosperous simultaneously. The people supply the money through War Savings situat- Stumps and the new Treasury Savings Certificates. This gives the prosperity to the nation. The Individual who supplies this 2 fori money Is given the U. S. Government note. Its solemn piouilae to pay at a specified date, and tn add four per quarterly to the cent compounded give amount bianed rl .asssVHSntBBBBBsntntr m ti rill II rmllimBSBBBBHr .Iff I. H Illtis.. 'II1 mm? Bf f'y,.i if i .i f W 7r m Mas. tur m rWftiUL wawrfuwnpssss mmtf'0 e m m ttm hmm4 pttkml Imn I mllK ImmUtr rrtl ffill w.l.s wtmmihmt seewae sa SsSaics in secA (... asrrscl mmuwi, sing you a song of tobacco joy that will moke you wish your life job wus to see how much c r the national joy smoke you couU act rway with every twenty-fou- r hours I Ycucan "carry cn" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You"il be ;cr l.jylr. down n smolce barrage tliat'll muke the boys think of the o'.J rrcnt line in France! P. A. never tin- -- - . r taste because it hns the quality! And, let it slip in' t that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite nnd porch assurance that you can hit seven days out of every week without any comeback but real smoke joy! ii;ik-tan- k in your filled cheerily of Prince PUT a pipeyou're onface thnt'sof smoke pencebrimful P. A. will if the trail For, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winton-Slem- , N. C 57-Acres-- 57 Building Lots and Small Faims ' AT AUCTION Tuesday, Sept. 2nd, AT TEN " am O'CLOCK AT PREACHERSVILLE, LINCOLN Orchard CO. SELLER. per cent, and pay for me your land provided you Rock Bottom figures. Others charge you 5 per I WHEN MONEY IS VALUABLE. snt. do my own auctioneering and boosting, will sell your land privately, at auction or any way you desire. See me before you do anything and lei me give you some good advice. Few more farms for sale at reasonable prices. Kminent tlnauclera have agreed that the purchasing power, of a dollar In the next few )eara will eiceed the purchasing power of the dollar today Therefore, to a very great degree. when one saves a dollir now, he will or more dollars In after have years to purchase comforts that advancing age requires, llut tha dollar saved loses much of Its force unless It Is well Invested. There Is no lu. vestment today that can surpass War Savings Stamps for the small Investor or the Treasury Savings Certificate! for thos4 who can Invest sums of 1 100 These Treasury Savings or 11,000. Certificates are identical In all of tha financial terms with the War Savings Stamps and potaess all of their advantages. On main pike and thoroughfare, 7 miles Lancaster 4 miles Crab 7 miles Stanford. Two or more tracts may be bought so you can get the size small farm you want. Frontage on two pikes. 300 YARDS TO SPLENDID GRADED SCHOOL. 6 Room Dwelling 2 halls, 3 porches, stock and tobacco barn, cribs. buprcy house and all out buildings. Splendid store-rooand good busi ness location. Well watered and good land. Look at tobacco on the land and beat it if you can. Easy terms and will suit you as to possession. Good Orchard. My contract calls for absolute rale without reserve or limit. And everybody know my custom of no by bidders and a square deal and that I "ALWAYS SELL." PERSONAL-PROPERTTO BE SOLD:- -m to 5 dandy good 2 year old mules. 'd four ycnr old Red Rood pernios gentle. cow. 1 black steer calf. 1 registered jersey Bull calf. '2 brood mares. U mares and mule colts. 1G feeding hogs. 1 line registered jersey cow. 4 calves. 80 bales oats, cutting harrow, pony cart, harness, gear, household and kitchen furniture. This will be a "GKEAT 111(5" little sale and there will be a crowd and keen bidding for this propei ty. Hut conic as there is bound to be some bargains. 1 DUNNKH. SWINEBRCAD THE REAL W. T. KING ' So far as yet reported, the Park Avenue Ward School at Newport. Kentucky, has to Its credit the largest per capita tales of War Saving Stamps of any tcsool In the Unite States. ESTATE MAN W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. in floyle also Lincoln LANCASTER, KY. 500 acres in Mercer 1)50 Watch out for the dates and Garrard. of my other September Sales' acres The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 21, 1919 Gossip About People vvv A Trltl Coins,! Mrs. Sim Johnson of lluruin, hns Mrs. J. It. Miss Kmily 1'rewltt, of Winchester, Mrs. Thomas Slavin, I will sell privately, my home on Kill Court, lieen visltlnc lier hrothrf, Mr. V. II. Woods nnd other friends from I'.iint is the guest of Miss Mary Mae Wnl-Lic- k consisting of large brick residence, about two ncrcl Duncan In (inrrnnl county. composed n motor party to Lex- - ker at I'aint Lick. Im.l,.n M.Ki.Inu Duncnn win 11 recent Mini of ground, well improved, splendid garden. This ' .Mrs. Knthcrinc Conn Tinsley and Mrs. Louis Ijimlram, Mr I". H. , visitoi in Stnnf'ird. Markshury, Mr. .mil Mrs. Clay Hutton Mr. W. II. Smith and daughters son, Harold, have returned from Crab I the choicest colonial residence in Lancaster. Misses Mayme nnd licbn, and Master ! Otchard Springs. Amanda Anderson n visiting inotnrnl to Dnmiilu Sumlay. Mii Iranc Smith arc on a touring trip to' Also several pieces of cntique furniture for I er sister, in Indianapolis, Inil Miss Tenr Oaks, is the guest if Mrs. J. S. (iilhert nncl sou, James Winchester, Irdinna. friends nt Hrodhend this week .in. I llurnett, have returned from n weeks sale. Mi" Miirjory Hallnu of Stanford is stay Mist Dora llagan has returned attending the fair there. at Crali Orchard Springs. the guest "f MIm Mary Arnnld. home nfter spending a week with her Mr. Hubert Cobb, of .Messrs Val Cook, Will Kite Anion kmn Ohio, friends. Misses Martha anil Margaret Margaret Cook has returned and llurton Stnpp have Mi was the week end gueit of Miss Lillie returned from Curtis at llryantsville. from n visit to Loulsvlllu friend. a few days stay in Louisville. I. Jcnes on llaselden Heights. .Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Kstes, Mr. and Mm. Lucy King of Hnyle ruunty, Major J. M. Caey and wife left Mr. (lenrge Mcltoberts, who hm Mrs. Harvey Kstes and Mrs. Harrison ' haii !wn visiting Garrard relntivca. Wednesday for Washington where Hates attended the Association nt been viilting lincaster relatives has Major Casey is now stationed. Miss Martha Kavanr.u;;h entertainI .Mr. Clarence Wilder spent We.ines- returned to his homo in Covington. Shnnc! Hun Tuesday. Mr. Vircil Itlce of Danville, has !av in Uerea. with his parents. Mr. ed Wednesday with nn afternoon lunMr and Mrs, John Dotson, of been n recent visitor in I .minute". Mrs. K. t Owsley, Mrs. W. It. ' Misses Margnret Cook nnd Hope'an, Mri. A. J. Wilder. cheon at htr pretty suburban home. l.ouUvill.., nro guests of their grandCook, Mr. and Mrs. Hen Letcher were) Curdncr, and Mescrs ItDbinson and Very lovely decorations of siiiiiir.cr Miss 1 1 ! Gardner, of Louisville, mother, Mrs. Nnck McCrath, I,r- "-JIr- Mn flowers were used rnd a delicious ' visitors in Hnrrodsburg, Tuesday, and Val Cook attended a dance in Dan 14 tlio guest of Miss Margaret Cook. L. r.Ikin were visitors In menu was served an'l .ir. ville, Monday. There wero about Miv .Vora Clirituph r of Mont.ir.n, Nicholasville, Wednesday. I Danville Wednesday ' twelve guests present for ths delightMIm Elisabeth (illilni has returned is the guilt nf her cousin. Miss l'e.irl Mrs. Lie Ilagan and children, Kin-m- u rricnils or .Mrs. Will Dickerson are Mr. Horace Walker, of Washington ful affair. i,om a vWt to relatives in Danville. Dirkeron or Lexington street. and Gertrude, arc spending sev- sorry to learn of her Illness at her I eral days with her daughter, Mrs. W. home on Maple Avenue, but wish for City, is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. It. Mr. Krank Clark, wife mid children On Wednesday evening Mrs. 'Ihco Dr. ami Mr. J. II. Kinnnlrd liavr Burton, on Maple nvenuc. her a quick recovery. T. Arnold nt llryantsville. Currcy entertained nt n bulfct lunchnone for n motor trip thru Kentucky. 'of lexington, Imv been visiting .Mr. Will Parsons and wife at Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. George Mason, who eon nt her rooms on Lexington Mr and Mrs. J. K. Dickerson nnd Mrs Km run lllgginbotliam, who he.. n, t visiting her MIm Aille Elnm avenue. Summer (lowers beautified near I'aint! children, and .Miss Ituth Waller, of huve been viilting Mrs. Hose Mittle nt .1 Mary Dunn been visiting relatives cousin, Mh Ethyl Omitott at More-lan- IMiMts Louisville, and Miss Nora Christopher havo returned to their home in the table nnd the rooms for the devisitmit their grand motli-n- r. Lick, Has returned to her rooms nt the lightful occasion. The niTair was in of Montana, were visitors In Lexing- Chicago. home of Mm. J. I!. Mount. Mis A.lw Dunn in Dnnvill.i. honor of Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, of ton Wednesday. MIm JhnttH l'atrn hn returned ' Misses Marian and Mnble Todil, Louisville, Mrs. J. L. Anderson, of Mi Ititey has arrived from St. lnu-Mr. Ahmr (t. Hav ntti li,ti,l from n visit to relatives in Nifholns-villi- 'party and parents, of Winchester, motored Washington City, and Mrs. A. J. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Brewer and Hutunlny evening nt the home Louis, Mo., and will have charge of the trimming department of Mrs children who have been the summer to Lancaster, Sunday for u few hours of Clinton, Mo. nf Miss Maude Stone at Stanford. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. visit with friends. Kellii I'ranos' millinery shop. Mr. Will Doty, at ltihmond. has .1. MeNees and son, of Clinton Mr. J. J. Walker, have returned to their The Circle met Wednesday afterbeen visiting lis father, Mr. Jesse Mo., After a visit to Lancaster relatives noon with a large attendance. After Mr. and Mrs. O. C. ltucker of Waco home in ChcUen, Okla. are guests of her aunt. Mm. C. Doty, Mrs. A. J. McNces and son, Jack, will nnd Mrs. J. I'. ltucker of Richmond A. Itoliimon, on Kichmoml street. the splendid program which was conMr. and Mrs. Tom Floyd and Mr. Join her husband in Wichita Falls, were the ilea.-aguests .Sunday of Itcv. D. II. Wtllctt of NWwbwville ducted by the president, Mr-- . Hcs .Mrs D. Ceorg Itobinson and Mr. and Mrs. James (J. Conn, nnd Mrs. Joe Kldcr of Danville and Texas, where they will reside in thei Itnstin, the members were pleasantly visited Mr. Hiram ltay nrwl family 1iH dnufhtcr, Miw Minnie Mae, have Mrs. G. Y. Hijrginbothani of West future w cck. surprised when n large bowl of frappc Mis Kiln Mae Itourne was the at- I'oint Miss., were guests of Mr. and been trueMi at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. W. 0. Goodloe has returned was placed amid the flowers and tractive viiitor at the home of Mrs. .Mrs. G. T. Hallard Sunday. Mr. Itrt SpcuiMr awl family, of from Springfield where he was called J ferns upon the table and served by Mr. J M. Mount, of Atlanta, has D. W. Dunn at Atoka last week and LouisviU. spent ttw v"k.?wl In Ijin- Mr. and Mrs. John Lvmi and chil- by the illnets of his brother, Mr. Duke ' Mrs. Henley Bastin and Mrs. Harry .joined his wife and son for n visit to attended the I'erryville Fair. carter. dren, Mr. nnd Mrs. I.cgan Wood nnd Goodloe, who is suffering from ty- - Klmore. Ins parents, Mr. and Sirs. J. It. Mount. j Mr. II. H. I'rice, wife and two little daughter. Mary Virginia, I.ily Pal Rnutt has ratunu.l Mi of phoid fever. Mr. Floyd K. Swope, a Lancaster Mr. Tffm Klmore. who has recently j ilaughters, Vesta and Jane, of Dan- -' Danville, were visitors of Mr. and frem fhamni viatt tm Danville Mr. John Duncan, Mis Jennie Dun boy, is now visiting his mother, Mrs. ri turned from ovrrttia, is with his wile, visited Mrs. D. M. Lackey and Mrs. J. It Mount, Sunday. can. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Klkin motT Bright Herring. Floyd served with lianint, Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Klmore. Miss Jennie Uickey, Sunday. for ., i the I'. S. Marines, 15th Co., (ith M Mr Kctor taw-son- , Mr. and Mn. Jw I'ramrl vwitnl who has been ed to I'rnnkfoit Wednesday Miss Anna Margaret Klkin and Mr. attending the summer law school in days visit to their sister, Mrs. Mar- G. Bn, during the Great War in lia-- ? Mr. awl Mm. J. W. Arey In Stanford Maud and .Minnie Conn have ' .Sunday. France nnd Germany, having enlisted rotnrnnt after a pleaennt visit to their Alex Doty. Miss llulh Wnller nnd Mr.' the University of Virginia, is visiting gnret Bradley. Shirley Hudson motored to Shaker-tow- n hi rnrents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. taw-soin Dec. 1017. He was nt the follow--ir.aunt, Mhh Chastlne Iturker, of I'aint Misses Ora and Vivian Prrtlier. Mr. ami Mm. K. S. Grime of Lc,x- Monday evening for dinner. on Lexington avenue. battle fronts with tiic Marines of IJek. .vho have good pcitioi's in Cincinnati ingtan. arr vttlliig Mr. ami Mr. I'at the famous Second Division: Bellenu Miss Lucy Doty.of Lexington, Mrs. Mr. and .Mrs. Xapolcon I'rice gaec are here spending their vacation with Sutton. Miao Li.la Mae and Nd!e ltay (forge llognrd nnd son, of Louisville, a del'ghtful dinner at theii home on their parents,, Mr, and Mrs. Davis Woods (Chateau Thierry Sector) Iwve returmsl heme after several Soions, St Mihiel Champagne, j Mr. Itandolph llsrrts is visiting her days visit to Miss Maude Anold at who have been guests of their fnthy, Itichinond avenue. The tabie wn t'lHther, on Danville awnue. (Blanc-MontArgonnt-Meus- e. ) nnd the daughter. Mr. Ittchcird Mr. Jesse Doty, have returned home. decorated with lovely llov.en and Stanford. His division was in the AmerPrivate Kverctt I Sebastian, of Cincinnati. several delicious courses were served. Mrs. I'urdy and son, Mr. Jnmes 3th Infantry, Co. M., beloncing to the ican Army of Occupation, Germany Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, who have MIm Ira Itiiney left 1'rMuy to vMt Doty, who have been visiting Misses famous Second Division, has been until it entrained for Brest Franc Mrs. Walter Turncrt nee Miss I been viaitina; Mr. and Mrs. J. I. HamItuslivfllr ami Punrrith, Jnno and Mary Doty, have returned friends at Anderson) and little daughter mustcied out nnd is being welcomed and the U. S. on July 10, 1010. His ilton, bate returned 'to their home in Imllana. to their home in N'orth Uiddlctown. of Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting rel- IccK home by his many friends. division landed nt Hobokcn, N. J., on Danville. ugust 4th and paraded in New York atives in the county nnd were ecent Itcv. II. S. Hudwn awl wife are v K.Mrs. J. Ilrinn and daughter. Miss Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Milby UCl Sa; Ci.y on August Sth. After this, the Miss Cecil liaison gave n theatre guests of Mrs. Georgi! Krov.n of HiP ami Springfield ilting relative! te Dixie Louise, who have been guests j ur.Iay for Springfield, Ohio, to locate 4th Brigade (Marines) were sent to party Saturday evening followed by C.iurt gharpttMr:. t Mr. Milby has a very Washington D. C, and paraded there refreshments. About eight were in of her sister, Mrs. Fred Sutton, have in the future. to their home in Franklin, Mrs Joe Itobinson entertained n lucrative position there nnd their or. August 12th, passing in review be- returned I wan the jKirty Rev. J. It. Moorman La Ky. few friends at u bridge party Tues- many friends lure wish them mucli fore President Wilson, rloyd was . reiing snwi' wetks at Cml) Mrs. W. K. Champ mid ilaughters, day afternoon at her home on Lex- success there, but we regret to lese ! honorably discharged nt Quantico Vo. aSirW" Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Klkin, who Mmhu-- s llernke and ilnzil and Ml ington nvenuc. Refreshments were this popular couple from our mldit. Ion August 13th. Mrs. Herrings other Mr. Olaud ltoyVn of Chicago. i Kuth Carrier were in Lexington on motored through from Atlanta, Ga crvod and a pleasant time spent b; sons, Ashley and Billic, recently honare guests of Mr. John Duncan and the guetts. pctranu, Mr. fmI Mr. Thurwlay. nt the bum r, orably discharged, and now in Miss Jennie Duncan and other relaJiHH Itoytlaa. Ashlev also served overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Moss mid tives. Miss Kcbeeca Williams lias returnKuth Waller, of Louisville, joined the y, s Marines in France, Mr. ami Mr. J. K. Caron of Okla- daughters, live returned from n deed from New York City, Knoxville family camping party at Cold Spring was with the Argonne-Mcus- c Mrs. J. M. Criscillis entertained at off sn- in North vUitimr Mr. lightful visit to relatives homa Chy, Imvo and Memphis Tenn., where she pur- fcuminy, nna spent n ueliglittui clay. an j was in thc siv, ...ith the Second Division. Billy dinner Wednesday for Mr. nnd Mrs. chased her fall Cnroliiw. Ijiwwh. W. and winter goods for Miss Laverne Dickerson nnd Master was n Sgt. with the U. S. Army, 84tn Hen liunini of Somerset ami Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. CJullcy, Missts Mit-ti- e Charles ltankin anil Mr. Hayden her dress making shop of which she is liudolph remained for a several days DiviMon nnd was tent overseas in Mia item lUmly. f Louivill i a popular designer of this work. stay with the party. , ar.d Mary Lc Dunn and Mr. lack Lenvcll. the uurt uf Mrs. Nak McGrnth. on Fept. 1018. After the armistice, he Ilyi.tt. have bun recent visitor! In Maple Avenue Lieut. Com. J. I'. Miller nnd family Itcv. and Mrs. Hervey McDowell tojk n law course at the University Miw Lillian K. Kstes ha returned Lexington. of Annapolis, Mil., will leave Satur- and daughters, have spent tho past of Toulouse, France. Mrs. Herring home nfter a pleasant weeks visit Mr. Jim Henry, of Arkan. w, vWtIng bt parents. Mr. awl Mr, i Mr. Joe Francis has returned with Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Kstes and day after a delightful visit to his par- week in the I'aint Lick neighborhood, considers herself very lucky to have ents. .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. .Milter. making a round of visits to relatives. nil three of her sons back in the old from n few days stay in Louisville Mr. und Mrs. Harlan Salon It. Henry. Muntz at They will be accompanied homo by Sunday Itcv. McDowell preached at home town. buying more fall gomls for her milli- fieorgetown. Miss Gladys Frisbie. Mb Jennie Whecder spent th nery shop. Old I'aint Lick church.Mrs. McDow. When in town Court Day, don't wtck-om- l with Mts LucillW Lackey, Miss Gladys Frisbie leaves SaturMr. and Mrs. Henry Lloyd nnd son, ell's family having been worshippers forget that you can get n good dinner has arrived day for Annnpolis, Md., where she Alnsu (iritrin Mia on Danville atraat. at tins church for generations. i nt Mrs. J. O. Bogie's on Richmond St. from Louisville and will have charge will spend the winter with her uncle. left for n few days stay witli friends in Lexington Saturduy nnd from there Mr. Ware Meltobert of Atlanta, i of the millinery parlor of Miss ,Min-nl- e Lieut. Commander J. I'. Miller nud will go to Germuntown for n visit to the Huoat of hi parent. Mr. anil Mm. llrovvn. Mrs. .Miller. Mr. I.lod's relatives before return 0Sd3S8Ca30C3 K. K. Meltobert. Mr. J. It. Mount, Mr nnd Mrs. J. , Mr. T. J. I'rice, Jr., who has been ing to their home in Lexington I . in'o . ? Mnrthn I'rke Hrkbic' ba ilr. M. Mount and little ,son, Jack Mc- with the Army of Occupation in Ger- September. from a iit to Mrs. Mattio ltoberts, have gone for n visit to Mrs. many, has nrrive-in Umcastcr nnd is Miss Mattio Hello Kincaid, who has Trice in Danville. Allen in Ijigrange. with his father, Mr. W. A. I'rice nnd been with her sister, Mrs. M. S. Ilnrn-sid- e Mrs. I'rice. of Atlanta, has .Mr. (Icorge Harri. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Itaney, of this city, left Friday for Clay ben visiting his arent, Judge nnd Jowe Hendren, and Messrs Harry Mr. W. S. tenter, of IKuiviK) t.nd City, to visit her grand-motheMrs, Mra. Ilr W. Harris. Itaney and Owen Hendren motored to Mr 1 homa Dunn of Fort Worth, J. F. Kincaid. She was accompanied Texas, hav3 bun recent guests rf Mr. by her father and brother, Slessrs W. Miss Mayme Dickerson of Klkton, Lexington Thursday. nnd Mrs. George Itobinson, on Dan- I'. and W. 11. Kincaid. Ky Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ceorge W. C. Davis left last week for .Mr. ville avenue. Kay near lluckeye. .Mrs. W. T. Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of .Middles-born visit to his daughter, the delightful week-en- d guest Miss Kliinbeth Ilagan who has been Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. F.stcs nnd Malone, in Campbcllsville, Ky, and con of Georgetown are visiting rela- wilt then go to Indianapolis, Indiana, visiting her sister, Mrs. W. T. Arnold of Mrs. II. T. Logan, returned home and friends, Misses Martha and .Ma- Saturday. Sho win accompanied ns for a visit to his son. tive here this week. rgnret Curtis nt llryantsville has re- far as Stanford by Mrs. It. K. Hughes, Miss Margaret Hughes, .Mrs. H. T. turned home. Logan and Miss Gladys Frisbie, Mrr It. K. Hughes, Mis Margaret I'J Miss Kliznbeth Malone, who has e Hughes, Mrs. J. I. Miller, Mrs. Fred Neighbors, Mrs. II. T. Logan nnd Miss been the attractive guest of her aunt, Gladys Frisbie were shopping in Lex- Mrs. W. It. Hall, on Richmond street, u V ington Thursday. left Saturday for her home In Camptt 6 bcllsville, accompanied was She t Mrs, Sam Miller, Eyes Examined. of Knoxville, home by Mrs. Hall und two children, (I a Tenn., Mrs. It. II Hughes, Mrs. Geo. who will bo guests there for n week. A I.usk, Mrs. II. T. Logan and Miss IS 13 Years in Central Kentucky. Mens, Boys, Ladies, Misses und Childrens One of tho most beautiful events Gladys Frisblo were visitors in Lexx Will be at the of tho summer season was tho afterington Tuesday. White Canvas noon tea given from 4 to 6 o'clock by Mr William Currcy of Coffeyville, Misse. Jane anJ Mtry Doty on Friday Ky. Knnsas and Mrs. George Lauson of at their home on Dnnvillo avenue, in visiting their Oklahoma, have been honor of Sirs. I'urdy, of North .unit, Mrs. Nnck McGrath and sister, and Mrs. Bradford Jennings, Mrs. C. A. Arnold. of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The homo was u Miss Kllxn Smith, Mrs. G. C. Wal- decorated with cut Dowers, of spring ker and Master Charles Itoman Xim-in- f ems and other vcrdunt plants. Tea, (!) Danville's Exclusive Optometrist. were visitors in Lexington, sandwiches, wafers and bont.cn j ucre 1 EMPLOY NO AGENTS. WE SELL FOR LESS. $ Thursday, and wero accompanied served. It was a de!!g tfut nil n It nnd abov forty-fiv- a gusi.s wero pre?? home by Mr. It. Zimmer. Mention cl the Comlngi snj by Thou wt An IMcmlid In. Mr. Claude (!. Conn spent Sunday .Mr Kdgar Dunn and Miss Ella Mr. J, L. West of Itlchmtnd has with his grand-motheMrs. I. C. been visiling his sisters. Dunn, of Dan.'llle, arc visiting Iin- Iluckcr nt Taint Lick. caster relatives. Mrs. Hen Hughes nnd daughter i v JIr.(. Hohcrt Kmbry of Lexington, .Miss Delia Itlce Hughes, have return - ' Misses Wilms nnd Stella Henry, Is visitinir her mother, Mrs. V, T. ed from u visit to Miss Sue Sutton nt wero attractive week-en- d guets of .Markshury. Vet, on Danville street. ..Mrs. W. (!. Clark. i Beautiful City Property for Sale PRIVATELY. B. F. WALTER PpH. li ln ! s0Vvl! I I I ! THE 'BYRNE OPTICAL SERVICE I I REGARDLESS OF COST. 1 Glasses Fitted. I I l SHOES and OXFORDS Sander's Variety Store. I I Kengarlan Hotel. Lancaster, August 25th to 28th J. J. BYRNE g : : : i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 21, 1919 SOUTHERNERS PLAN Urs first " GRASSHOPPER ARMY aid i IGONSTRO IN CT1DH ' . ' , u In "lMt,Ht-l- HIlJl writ-. CHECKED BY POISON How New Jersey Farmer Stopped It''! III! EUK "."'I VORK 13 TO "ICO IN BELGIUM AT ONCC, Of. I Ccmmlrslon Abroad To Study the Sit tJt.cn.- - Cxtjnslve Program Is Planned Church Busy In Other Lands. (Spt-clCorre-- i Tenn. On August satli l com-mission compoSMl or Ultliop James AUIni, of North Carolina. John It. I'enttr. of Tcnneiief. l)r Ilelle 11. ilaiinrtt, or Kentucky, and Mr. I.uke G Jo inson. of Georgia, sails ror o arrange ror the opening of religious and philanthropic work In Ilelcium, France and other war turn countries. They represent the Centenary Commission and the Uoard of Missions of th- Kplscopal Church. Methodist South, which hare set aside JJ.uOO.OOO of Centenary funds for religious reconstruction In Europe. They go with authority to purchase trojrty and open work at onie In lie Kium and to makr a careful survr) or the needs In otlnT countries at.J re onimend an adequate, proxritm. Ot'ihanagos. schools, centers, rchglous literature and direct tvaiue-Uiwill te the melhodj implijed. In soma cf Hip to It en terej the work will lo conducted in cooperation with the Me:hol'4i Episcopal Church, which Is alrcidv operating In France. Italy and 111 'talkjns. 1 and Is planning to ei. l's work1 groatly as a result rf tli ( ?nteiur nron-In the two chur ' which .missionary pleHes aggrcjta i mom jthan JIMJ.OOO.OOO. Nashville ,oj(l"ace.) Tin' hI"vi 'nr I i.:l;. in IliriM? MlitllnM irirls lii wor- - v I';m'I on tin 11-trin nt NVrlli Miulnn In dive n m " In their trii"Ml, (ihnl)s rnriuim. n fortnight's who em leiiitn ".i on n M.ilm- - farm, "(iu.nl-liyp-- t jour thix-s- . ready." i lit' iiilli-i- l from Hie mr wlml-iHie Inilii pullnl out of llie truck juril. Si tiling lr-l- f coi.ifnrtiiMy fur an rlil--- . I'jirntitii rcnillod M" itMHKiIly Hit' lie! nniili wllh tier li nriiln-l'M.ii tlnil Hi frit ml. tn llt hnil a frlrml wlm-vmi Ihliii nt home, the girls hnil proplii-lii- l Hint tllnil) would fall In line nml "Ink- - In llie simple life." ".Vo f.iriiur for mine. The slmpl-ll- fo for me In Utile old Hotnn," Mild ? .'tl. JJtMlI ll " uimv cIinIii ill Infestation of Insects. Illlll'nli fr Ousted Line Across Field In Advance of Heats With Mixture of Air. Slaked Lima and Paris Qreen Alfalfa Is Attacked. Il'rrimt .Minimis 11. iy tlio i,f fminl HIhik A lart-mtm- :rt ulluff t I Mi nf MnrrU iinmty. N. nf erimliiiiHT lnfoliil t'w .1.. last tlinriri1 risk nf Jliirrislni' ii hml a ("iiitnl cm of rlnvfr nml. nIJ Ins It, ii llrlil rrivnlly siiilnl t nl'ii' Hut DESTROY c3V GRASSHOPPERS m (Hail A . I'pn'j which llie hot hml heen taken IU frmii i)iin.l Iiiit of In' three girl nnlnt n supper nl uniiie popuhir cafe from tlludy. The train tirrleil on lime. As JIKt rnrniim nllchti-i- l she almost ran Into n tfalunrt jouns man who nu mml to Hie cur step. llnld'HS 14 rlnt Mildt'llue nit lil- - In nit, he -- tnlllnt;! joii'r- - the girl mnther me li on ft." MI toll gui'NH with a repmile smile. "IMht-o- . How miiih linggage hate yi'tiV "Only a .ultra- -. "WV run tnki- - that In Hie cur. Walt n eentiil and I'll fetch It around." Ai they turneil Into the driveway, t'iml.i evelnlmeil: "Oh, what it dear pi"ii" whlih freetmil to ileae Hen IttinH'tively. jou're Hen." snhl lll.iily nm terials, Urn' 'Ksln DRANDA1T ft We Vouch for Them facilities, they employ many exclusi ve methods. They can go to greater lengths in testing, improving ana perfecting the things that make good tires. We find it good business to sell United States Tires. And you will find it good business to buy them. They are here- -a tire for every need. ljaftfijrM'ils'ypcrJ c yy luttrtimsirtrsf r greeteil A wnnii from Mr. and .Mr, llrewiler. ".uppr I wilting. Come (irai-loii- . now nml set up. Nn't iilmlyi the burn Image mother J" nM Mr. Ilrenter (iliuly right lu Henry, of her li her look-In'- Of all the tires that are made, why do you suppose we prefer to sell United States Tires? Because they are made by the biggest rubber company in the world. And they know how to build good tires. i Irxim (nil V tr Inte atminrr 3 DEKVimtrNT OFAi:Rl CULTURE Stop Ravages of Graitheppe rs. f.i niitiL plnnls hs'l iiiikIi- - from in:! In twit Inru-- s uf irrtiutti Afti-- r rli. n-- l uh cut iiihI tnnili- Into lnt Mr fl.k hiili-- 1 Hint tin nml 'I'll.tin- - - I.iIIit hail p nilliatiil -- rll T T 'O AND WEMBERS ON'-HAL- R3P it MILLION TO OBSERVE DAY OF FAii'lNG AND PRAYER. Centenary Ccmmisslcn Starts Move ment To Establish 100.C00 Family Altars Following the Plan of Old Circuit Riders. N'aslnllle Tenn. The Centenary Commission of the Methodist Kpisco-- . 1 Church, South, has- named August "l a a special day of fatting and triyir sfor the two and a half million membc-of the church. The Commls lion ha also started a movement to eatlblisli 100,000 l'amily Altars, hy having that many homea- - pledged to obsene dally C votlons. This Is tbe revival of anclrnt cus toina In the church. It is th" part of campaign whlc'i the an intensive thurch has launched In connection nrlth the spiritual side of the Conr vatlon program of the Centena:y Movement, through which the Met lists raised 153,000,000 In an eight-dadrive last May. The object of the present campaign, aa elated by lie v. S. A. NeMett. Secretary of the Department of Spiritual Resources, Is to enroll at least 40 nt the church members In the praer league known as the Fellowship of Intercession, to establish 100,000 Family Altars, and to assist in finding a thousand young people to go abroad as missionaries. August is known as Knllst ment Week. During this- period- the seven thousand pastors will urge theii ai em hers to join the Fellowship of In- tercesslon, to establish Family Altars, Hid to obeserve the day of fasting and prayer. JAPAN TO MODIFY KOREAN RULE. Henry with a huge said I'm-lwink, "Time .he et u cnat o Inn Hi her face she'll lie nil right." At mi early hour for liladys Mm. Ilrewster conducted her llleie In I er room, which had rue qttllt tnr r.i the fliiiir, a oti the hetl, riol dormer window c (lluilys went Into railure. The days that eniiiii were full of Itoik. fun and comradeship that Included the family and working fnne. Of nil farm nrletle. m:ill anlm-iwere the iuo-- t liueretiug, iind, In thee, filadys declared In fanr of pigs. One day Mr. Itrewler fniiiiil one of them developing u ruh nml he teaslngly told her "he hud "lined It too luinl." i'oor little piggy!" she said, taking It Into her lap. "What shall we iln for Mm, iincleV ;iiei we'll give him an oil liath. Want In iln it?" "Sure: where ii the oil?" "in Hie store riiniit. Take n soft rag nml give lilm n light nili." re Finding her equipment llad iiirniil In give plgsy n rlrt aid In oil. of The tn-- k wn lint easy by ren-o- n i.lijertlon, mid work tilggy'i prnieeiled slnwly. When the treathoth physician nml ment wi tlnl-he- d patient were sticky subjects uml (ihuljs went tn the houe to remove the evldewe. Changing into n blue linen ilresi nml looking very sweet lie went nut mi the plarza to ret until supper lime. Ilenrlnc boisterous laughter emnlug from the direction of ihe piggery she went nrounil to the bark yiinl from which Hie view vn iinnbstriieli-il- . Stnnillng among the Iniighlng men whs Mr. Hrewster, who enlleil, ''Come tip here, Gladys." - he nenred the group she Inquired. "What's the fun!" "Whnt did joii put on that plr'" onliiHiig to n very "HIT. shiny looked as thmigh It Iind Just frnin n tHiblermlst. "Wh.v. Ju-- t what you orilereil oil." Again llie men roared. "Oli, untiling," grinned Mr. Ilrewster Von tarred him well with varnish." Anoiher linvvl from Hie men nml i!lml.v. tiMi buiiillliited lo stand her L'lniiml, lied In tenrs to Hie gnnleu, inking refuge under n lilac trie. Dropping on the bench beneath, a hiurty cry relieved taut nerves mid ore feelings. While enjnvlng her damp siesta he was niiisterfiilly enfuldeil In a pair of strong units and lien's voice vvhls percil. "There, girlie, don't cry. batch of pigs nln't worth n "'Qrpt she nln'l quite n cimmI They have choice of mathey have immense United States Tires are Good Tires We know United States Tires are good Haseicitn Efror. Garage. tires. That's why we sell them. Becker Ec Ballard, Bryantsville. Pain: Lick Garage, Paint Lick-& C. P. Wagers, Kirksville, Ky. J. lnfi-tii- l l dy Ininlrs nf hail utiiih urri- - nnilni; on criitiiititN-Into H- i- iilfnlfn Hinl fHlliik' tin- . Mi- - mll'il at tin- - ntlo-olnir- - nf plant.. II. S. I.lpliiiitt, of i lu loimly nci-nt- . Iln nV nwl tolil IiIm of H- i- limi-li-i- i. lo ilu.t ii strtp Hirox I -til In mlmim- - of tin" arnlioiiH r wllh a mUlnr- - of lr -- hkiil Mi- n- iml Hi followiil tin- - inhliv I'arls Krii-nii-stopMil tin- - irri. lniHr-- . sit n llni- - plnlnly lnnrk1 liy the inl of tin ilHiiiaci ilono Ii) tin lnii-tA iiiiiiiImt of moily nlnl nlf.ilf.i MpIiIs on iittn-nNn farms uil.il I, HI tin- - io.ii'rs" 6 -- Small Farms -- 6 AT j rtiiful of inolai- - ncn- - Irriil Into n Knllou of uati-r- . nml tin ou-Houiik n.-i- l tn ui-- H- i- iii.ilu.t. n lirnn nml icronml Sut Ii tnnti-rlnlnlfulfii Imy inn uiil us H- i- Imsls - Imlt liit-of of tin- Ii) tin- - mioh li.ill ni rtii- - dall H- i- PRctit. ns tnml- - ip as follows- hi-- i (In- - niiinl of wlilli- - nriiilc vn luU-- il ttiorotulily Into n tiu.h- -l of snu' f iluit; ttii-- 12 otinri- -i nf salt ami ilni'kiil itiiinrnilnl ly iiilit U0 AGK2E at BRYANTSVILLE 1-- AUCTION "LET'S MAKE IT A MILLION" Coal Set in Notice to County Agents and Leaders by the Department of Agriculture. rr.l by II- ,- l ull..! Hlatrs Impart-ni.of Asrliuliur I In tin inlllloii ini iiili-- rs ni'Xt nr fnnii Imniiti of H- i- .1.1 nortln-rnml m'Mirii stall's Is tin- eii.iI nl In n no t nei-ntin- to unit rotin hy H- i- I'nlti-i- l ty hei-iiISluti-- s of ncrlriiliiiri-- . how Hint on April I tli-- nwin IK'.Ml linn-m- i tiii'inlu rs In fiirm -i- niiiiltti-iivllli N,.'m.' n .'Ml per unt Inrn-alnr A llie- - Garrard County, Kentucky, with over 2 mile frontage on LexingDanville and Nicholasville Turnpike road, subdividedc into tracts of ton, from 12.50 to 25 acres, each fronting the pike with FIVE EXCELLENT building sites. 1IIIH, I'plil-in- ri Hirt. i Hi Thursday, Sept 4th, '19 So Predicts Or. 3. E. Hager. 25 Yeara a Southern Methodist Mission ary In The Orient. Nashville, Tenn. That Japan will moderate her rule In Korea Is the prediction of Dr. S. T 1 lager, recently isturned missionary of the Methodist episcopal Church, South. Dr. Ilagcr has spent more than a quarter of a century In Japan doing rellglnui work "Japan Is learning that her sum is In giving eood government to Korea la fraught with difficulties, and that tolerance and good will must take the place of harsh and severe methods "The military leaders aim mainly nt making their rule thorough and nua neat, and naturally there Is great temptation to the man of the sword rule severe. to make-hl"Uut democratic ideas are growing In Japan, and more temperate treat ment of the aubjoit race will come bout," Dr. Hager saya the Christian mla alonarlea in the Orient are elated at the success of the Centenary move latent-- , through which the church raised ,J,000,000.00 for missionary work lo tear" 'lililu-l- "I'll never face those men iigiiln." l niiiilys, "I'm gidll' back' tie morrow," nml sobbed harder iifler her nl tl nt I iiiii. Hell tightened his clasp as be salt!, "Von nln't coin' back, I'm goln' lo keep you. Oh, filadyM, I hive you ko; won't ou stnj!" "Anil luke care of pigs?" eovly qiieslloiieil Ihe farmerette. "Take cure of me, I've eareil ever liiee the llrst day you riime. 't joii? you?" stamiuereil lien. niadys turneil her face to answer, but speeili vvuh denied her for Hen jail land. couimundeered her Hps to other use. Millions of this will be spent In the The net day h post Mini went Orient. Hundreds of new ratssloaarles llubward. It btletly stated: and tkere will be a great wilt be Mut "The bet's mi me, Taken n life drue movement In medical wort, share in a piggery, (1I.ADYS." dajomtiea and evangelism. It'opM laht. Ill, ll.riurs Nswsiuixr AT 10:30 A.M. RAIN OR SHINE. This is the Mary R. Berkele tract, the first time to change hands for more than 20 years, 25 acres in old blue grass, about 15 acres in tobaco and corn, balance stubble land in young blue grass and timothy. But what we wish to call your particular attention to is: This tract lays admirably well, gently rolling south and easternly, That it is on the best thoroughfare in the county and in easy walking distance from Graded Schools, Churches, Bank and Stores. That Lexington pike frontage never stretches an inch and that the demand for such locations is steadily increasing. GARDEN ENEMIES WORK HARD That you can afford to buy one or more of these tracts for investment Must or for a future home. That these tracts are sure to increase in value. Cardener ThroughoutMake Continuous Fight Seaton Cul. tlvate at Short Periods. That those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own these tracts will be saying in less than 5 years "If I had only bought a HOME tract off the tl'rrparrct by IIik t'nlle.t HUl.s Depart. .viii ui isrivunui0, Berkley Farm Sale I would have what I want" and more "See what it is nf ho Be present at the sale and get in on the ground floor; de- work Jll.t lis Minn lis worth today". nr.i plunliil lii KnnimJ, uml It u coif lays in purchasing real estate are costly. Easy terms. Possession Jany iiiiuoiis iikiii iiiioUKliuut tliola srHKoii,' TiltI u lilcti liamlli-iipHs- l niinpnlcns, "Ai-- i orillnL' lo tin- - HUH snys Ho- - ii.iIIii- - l.i iiiuiity "tlii-riS.'JC.viVl farms In H- i- iiorHi-- ni stnli-s- . nml Willi of Hi. fnriiis t pri-nli-i- l In tin- - farm lmri-i.i- l lln-truly nlil tu imiM I'liriu-r'- S ilrly iipri-intnlltnIioiiM not i or srnn-i- l or fooliil Inlo tlio fnrni liiirrnn. Tin- - nr l mi Inli to tln-lini'iulii-rlilpnml lln-lslioiihl Mli-llii- l on ii Ihiiroiuhly Iiiislni-sI'oininoii Niov liutls. Ik ll.-- ' Hun- in iiuikc plans for tin1 iitf iiinil iniinlii-r-'lilfor m-j- t winter. Sunn- - nf tin- - slnli'S fill tuny lli to iln this on u tiitt-wll- u liash.1 IiiI1iiiii7.ii lr II- I- Ho- - I The several tracts have been surveyed and platted and the undersigned will lake pleasure in showing you over the farm. 1st, 1920. Tin- - Kiinliiiir nml fort-i'this iliuinit - lui Iiuiil--s un hi Im.ii his tiuili n nlsn luines iii! of wlniilnt. Hy fur tlni! tan Kiirtii-ii lm proruri-i- l wtirrii' The Thomas D. A. THOMAS, Realty Agency LANCASTER, KY. is kiwii rni)in-nt- , short of ultl'lltlmi. l.nl- -r In lbu HIMI-ltleuro .liolllft tin I.k anuy H- i- rrinulns of Ilia crops uml ili'iroylnir any plains that ary liailly liifecti'U with illsrasra, nr (hut liuruur Insoits In any (unn. nit- - The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 2 ! 1 , 1919. PLAN FOR FISH. ON CflNE BORER Parasites From Tropica! Offer Best Means of Destroyi.-.tj What Are You Worth? By FLORENCE II. COTIIAM, TWO J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. Vittctor Womtn't Deptttmtnt Arkansis Wit Savings Orgtniution. mm 10 COUNTY FARMS AT Mo u worth to lunch more are day physically, jnentnllr. financially limn yoi with ten years acoT The. KENTUCKY. ability Increase la the measure, of your DANVILLE, lo successfully round out your Opposite Gilcher Hotel. IIk and la based on self respect. He Offic. llouri 8 lo 12 and 1 la 5 p.m. spect fur your body will hate devrl opr-and strengthened It If you are on tln sunny side of llfly, and conserred M. S. it If you ha started down thn hill Hoped fur your mind will have HATFIELD kept It free from trnih an I filled It with useful knoledri Rained through DENTIST itudy atid etperlcncn Offlca ovrr Thr Garrard Uank Respect for )our financial standing Phones Office S. Residence 37G, will ha addrd aleadlly, consistently LANCASTER, KENTUCKY and honorably to your savings and In rreaar.il your aafH ln estnicnta, until )ou hao earned thn respect and ad miration of other men and ran look lowarj the future with a feeling of se- curlt A .'UNCRAL DIRECTOR ard systematic Investment InJII Thrift War Savlrgs Hlamps form 'hit living habit, without which no Oilier liver National Hank. man ran succeed llnmrlally Residence I'hone 3. Olllce I'hone 27 iNvrsT vont havinc.h in war LANCASTHIt, KY. SAVI.VIH STAMPS! 4fe AUCTION Wednesday, Sept. 3rd, 97 1-- Pests. CONFINED TO THREE REGIONS i Intccts Reduce Yield ef Sugar In Varying Measure, Averaging About 20 Per Cent Feed on Other Plants Than Sugar Cam. i i I J. ft. Beazlev H. J. PATRICK, DentlMt. Kentuckv- RAILROAD EMPLOYES BECOME INTERESTED Missouri Pacific War Savings Organization Cstabllelicr, a Splendid Record. So firmly haa the thrift dibit hv con.n established among lh etnplnjes of the Missouri I'adllc Railroad that even thine who are, uuabl", bc-a.- ! e of the nature of their emplnyment to at VETERINARIAN. tend the meeting, are carrd for In a Cttt AnevereJ Promptly Day or spiv H order UdUCnl by M K T de. in cli.ir.jn If the Maintenance and Jp I'lionr 317. N. M ply Den.irim.nt at Sda1la HuiK rne idnt llatle In a bulletin 1 .(.A. rrNTUCKY addrvaaeil in iho emplnyea m der hla direction pointed out :ho r..;n of the Thrift ainrialn now ror.iiurteil b- " l'n.te.1 filutc. TH'.iaury ! and rloe hla communlca-tto- n Paint Iiiok. Dr. Printus Walker O'CLOCK. ACRES FOR MRS. DORA WHEELER, 45.3 ACRES ADJOINING. The BEST LOCATION ever, 1 2 miles east of Lancaster, pike. You have been wanting a farm close to Lancaster. Don't let this opportunity slip. Lancaster, the best town of its size in Central Kentucky. The BEST Graded and High School, 3 Banks, Churches, splendid residences, electric lights, water works, ice plant, etc.. hospit able people. The new $75,000.00 tobacco warehouse will afford the BEST tobacco market in Kentucky. The 97 2 acres will be divided and sold in 3 tracts, 2 tracts of about 20 acres each and tract with improvements of about 57 2 acres. You buy 1 or 2 or all 3. 5 Room bungalow and hall, porches, beautiful yard to pike. 5 acre stock and tobacco barn. Cistern, all necessary out buildings, well watered, splendid frontage on pike. Land level and partly rolling, very fertile. 5 acres in tobacco, 30 acres in corn, 24 acre wheat stubble sown to grass, balance in jrrass. Possession Jany. lr.i, or earlier. Easy terms. The 45.3 acres adjoins with beautiful building site on pike, has crib and brand new tobacco barn. 2 1-1-1-- (Prepared by the United Statea Depart-- ' ment or Afrlrulture) Importation of parasites from ("tilm and other tropical countries offer the must hopeful method of rlddlnj; the MiKiir-rangrottlng region nf the t'nltod .States of tho aucar-can-e moth" borer, or nt least of keeping It under Rich-mon- d control anil reducing the Injury from It. Hoiiaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. A lot of virgin blue crass sod just plowed first time this year. Ready to "punch." a follow a John McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. 1VE J1K A TRIAL. Snlisfnction Cunranteed. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST KKNTUCKY. I.ANCSILIt. Olllce over Stormes Drug Store. Maura 8 12 a.m. "Kor your convenience, tamtm are at all timi at alorekeeper'a office nr at HiKloSrice. Thli la a cah proxialtlon and not handled by the rallwaa aa mi the Liberty Honda Iluy one now and then, double each pay day It'a a grand and ylorioua feullnw to know yo'i have a little bunch i.f sioney that ou can irrah In a hurry " Report tiled with the Director of War Savlnia for tha Klfthth federal Ileaerve District at Kt. Ix)ul, Indicate that the Mlsaourl Pacific employea of edalla Dlvlilon are maklnc a the ahowlns that compare favorably with that of any other railroad War SavSociety In Iho United Htatea. in on aale You will have opportunity to buy the 142.8 acres if you want that rtuch. However, will be sold separately. Don't miss this opportunity. I "ALWAYS SELL" and I always offer something good. These farms will appeal to you. Look before day of Sale. The more you look the higher you will bid. This land is up for the "HIGH DOLLAR." Writi us or call us by phone between 6 and 7 o'clock, A. M.. Phone 174 or 384-F- . Heal W. E. MOSS, Adv. Manager. The .loni-- s LANCASTER, KY. CALLS THRIFT IMPORTANT. Head of Arkantaa Public Schoola 8ya tarn li Ardent Advocate of W. 8. 8. Movement. Antluryon Salo at Prcachersvilie, Sept. "ml. The S. R. Wilder Sale, 500 acres near Iltiririn. Sept. 0th. The Dr. J. B. Beck Sale. 71 acres near HarrodsburR, Sept. 10th. The liaiiKhman and Swinebroail Sale at City Limits of Danville, Sept. 10th. and 17th. "Get in touch" with us. LOYD. Mis. Kllcn linker is still very ill. James Simpson ha purch.'in-.- l n new l'onl car. .Mis Sail..! iNo- -l wns the .vecl. end ri,c, of .Mis.-- . ! rtti" l.ontf. rimith has bem the nt- Miss Kn-nMiss Mario Kay tiactivc guest Misses Elva and Ilertio Taylor were KUests Sunday of.Miss I.elia Tcatcr. ' Mrs. Adrian .Metcalf was tho guctt of her sinter Mrs. Henry Hay Sundnj. Mr. Tom Turner spent tlii week end with h:a sifter, Mrs. A. U. Ilur- choll. Mr. Cecil Walker was with hi sis ter, .Mrs. Charley McMillian the first of the week. spent Mr. Elmer l!ri .Mr. Damage In Three Regions. The sngar-ennr- . mnlh borer In the I'nllcil Stnte I confined to three Isolated regions, closely conforming to the areas of large commercial plantings of .utnr enne southern Louisiana, southern Florida, und the extreme southern tip nf Texas, Throughout those regions It reduces the yield of Mignr In vnrjlng measure, averaging, perhaps, nbont 20 per cent. Thn chief damage results from the larva tunneling lengthwise through the mature en in-- , not killing It, but Injuring It severely, retarding Its growth, and subjecting It to the fitngnns disease A mensnrc of known as red rot. ilnmnge follows Inrvnl attacks umn very jeung plants, resulting In what s linen n ns dend hearts. The ninth borer feeds on n nnmber of plants other than sugar enne, rendering usual methods of control extraordinarily difficult and, for the most part, not ctlicaclnus. Experiments In poisoning, nttractlnn to light traps, and the like have not proved effective. I'ivp definite recommendations arc made, however, other than the Introduction of parasites. How to Fight Pests. Scraps of cane left about the factory and derricks after the grinding eamn Minnld be destroyed, probably t e burning, and ars In which cane Is shipped should be kept free of such scraps. Seeil cane should he planted In the fall nnd kept ns deeply covered as practicable. Cane for shipment the Infested area should bo selected so as to obtain It free from borers or, If this is Impracticable, It should be soaked for nt least an hour 11pm. TiSit-'J- p m. H.F.Hillcnmeyer&Sons LEXINGTON. KY. EVERYTHING for ORCHARD J. L. Pond, Superintendent of Public Instruction for the State of Arkansas la another one of the educator of Butlntii.Phonoanphy who has ono on "t TYPEWRITING ind that statu endorilnt; publicly Saving m sV m I the War record a TELEGRAPHY SrTlftfp MmI BUSINEtS COLIESE Movement, ! In a letter to 8. S, Ilrother, State f. ia- t,4 lla I'rMil, Director of School for the War Sav-Inr- , Orxanlratlnn, ho aald "I have had full opportunity to know of the operation and working out of the plan of teaching thrift to the chll schools, tho itatn FRUIT AND SHADE TREES dren 1 ofwlah to add through the endorsemy hearty and STRAWBERRY PLANTS, ment of tho movement. "We all recognlio that tho time has CLIMBING VINES, come when wn must give more attenSEED POTATOES, tion to tho forming of habit of savRASPBERRIES, ing, Thn old adagn that what 1 to he put fn the Ufa of the neit generaCRAPE VINES, tion must be put In the school of thn PERENNIALS, present day la certainly true. ThereHEDGEING fore, thn teaching nf thrift In the public school I vitally Important to tho SHRUBS, children nf this generation and sucROSES, ceeding one. ETC. "I heartily endorse the plan of the War Savings Socletle In LAWN and GARDEN. every achool room. This la putting FREE Illustrated Catalof. Into practice tho theory taught In thn NO AGENTS. achool and will make the home and school combine In the work of teaching and practicing thrift." BOOKKEEPING .... In"1 'f NOTICE nnd Sunday .ith his cousin, Mr. Hal risen Kay. Mr. and Mrs. John Hick and family spent Sunday with her sister, Mr and Mrs. I.. 11. Kancy. Mr McC lellon Tcater is at heme with his parents, Mif.ir n fw ami Mrs. Mcadc Tcater. Mr. and iones Avlortc i ol riuiihersvii'! spcrt Sunday with Mr !a.w Mrs. Mile Walker. Miss Alice Stay has returned home after spending n week with her sister, Mrs. Kliza McMillian. Mr. and Mrs, Alvis Turner an 1 children spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Itono Eat and l.i'h daughter, tpjnt the day with lur liother, Mr .Mr. x.nd Mrs. Melviu I'nrson. and Mrs. Meade Tcater and chil.lnn were guests Saturday of Mr. mil Mrs. Herbert Whittaker of Huck-eyMr. Abner Ray and Mivcs Xella and Lida Mae Ray have been pica ant guests of Misses Maud and '.iladye Arnold of Stanford. e. -- OncBrop Baurban Poultry Remedy crwn f Mfl t A fw rlmns i n A drinking water caret prcTenti whito diarrhoea, cholera and other chick disease. On 60c bottle make 11 ami one of mftilcloe. flnt botue. tic ft. 20. make 31 rallona. At cirutiirUte. or teat by mail poetpau. Hourbon Remedy Co., Lexlncton, Ky, f uni jv Banish the Borer From Cans Fields. the Sugar CURES Farm FARM NO. 1. Situated on the Richmond nnd Iancasler turnpike, and contains i!7 Is a gently rolling farm, very fertile soil. Has 'midy 1Q room dv.ellini;, stock barn, tv.i you could wisli for. Well wntvrcd, bar about !0 tenant houses, and every kind of acres cf old blue grass sod that will produce anything, and this can be subdivided into FARM NO. 2. and will sell you 137 acres with nil improvements excepting one tenant huuse, and also FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 acres e.xcellant land and very accessablc to tho pike with small duelling on same. FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 100 yards from Richmond and Lancaster turnpike nnd contains -- 78 acres, well improved with good li room dwelling, ono tcuunt house, two good barns and u farm known throughout Cnrrurd County ns being n good one and this will bo priced subdivided into smaller tracts. FARM NO. 5. Situated on (!ood pike, near schools nnd churches with good 8 room dwellWell watered and good fencing, ing, largo bam that will house about 10 acres of tobacco. land and can bo bought at a bargain price of J100.00 per acre, contains 101 acres. FARM NO. d situated on good pike in I'alnt I.ick High School district, contains now- - G room bungalow and new sUxIO tobacco barn, gs.)d tenant house nnd stock barn with sheds atThis one will not bo for sale many ilajs at $225.00 per acre, contains only 70 acres. tached. FARM NO. 7 Situated only uboul 'i milo from good pike, in I'alnt Lick High School district, gcod 0 room dwelling, good stock and tuoaivu barn, now accommodates about U acres of This farm is tobacco, is well watered and will show you tho but farm crops in the vicinity. . priced right at $150,00 per aero and only contnii.g 101 acres. on good pike has over $15,000.00 of improvements equipped Just FARM NO. 8 Situated like you want it for big farming enterprise. Is iimv making more money for tho investment than any farm in the country, Located only a 4 mi' . from town. Will show you tho best crop of Over 300 acres cf this ono in grass and 150 to 200 acres tobacco in the vicinity anywhere. ready to cultivate this next year. A bargain wit' "it u doubt has nearly a mile pike front. Can , bo bought at 1105.00 per acre, worth $200 per acre. Let me sell you a farm or sell your farm fur ; ou. acres. 9 ALL IN A DAY'S WORK. Missouri Field Organlier Buehler Has a Dusy Day at Stdalla, If anyone think that the grnsa Is growing under the feet of the Missouri field worker of thn War Loan Organ!-latloof tho Eighth Federal Ileaerve Dlitrlot he will probably revise his opinion when he learn of P. W Uuebler'a work one day In the latter part of July. In hi report to Director of Field Or gauliatlou Dompaey at St. Loula ho told of organising two War Savings Societies In the railway shops at Be- dalla with pledges of 987 and 9 each. While he was not busy with his or- sanitation work he sold on the side JS.000 worth of the new Treasury Sav Ings Certificates. In addition to this he did missionary work that will bear fruit In after days. MOTHER QOOSE RHYME. Tom, Tom, the farmer's son Raised a pig and away did run. Tom was bold and th pig was sold And his money working 'fore 'twas cold. W. 8. 8. Keeps your mosey working. o 9 o or n"Volutlon of t. sulphate previous to Tho "trash," "leaves," or "shucks" left on the fields after cub tin-- ; should not bo burned but should lie lightly covered with earth In the fall nnd plowed out In the spring. The cutting nut of "dead hearts," and dead plants Is said to be theoretically sound practice nnd, where an abundance of cheap labor Is obtainable, might ho recommended. It Is pointed out that the Introduction nf parasites haa proved effective In Hawaii, and that experiments In the United States have given promising results. If tho Introduction of beneflclul parasites can be undertsken !t should he done on n large scale, and It would be niUlsablo to stullon two men In Cuba to collect tho parasites. ami ono In Louisiana to receive and ultimately to-- releaso them on thn plantations. nicotine KILL SQUIRREL-TAIL In hordenuTinrxture Hazelwood Sanatorium for the Treatment of Tuberculoids Maintained by the Louisville Association for li the aJeouate treatment cf In all Its stages at leu Item GRASS Weed Can Be Eradicated by Prevent ing It From Producing Seed It Is Harmful to Stock. Squlrrcl tail grass or wild barley Is It helps spread tho rust of wheat and oats which has been found on It cvey year for 30 jeers In Iowu, and It Is Injurious to stock, and especially horses. Tho awns pierce' the mucous membrane of the mouth causing Irritation and finally ulcera- tlon of the Jawbones anil teeth. The wild barley can be exterminated by keeping It from producing teed. This Is simple enough, but It Is often diffi cult to do on land that cannot lie plowed or mowed. North Dakota Agricultural College, a bad weed. ait. Katci $15,00 per week, in- cluding board, medical attention, laundry, etc. High ground f Special ratei for ul surroundings. II ntceMir. fir tifiUri.Bt Delight-- Inilll prmlbU. -i.l M truwIM, t.4tUm h' fcrrrtrrv. In Cl.r,.. UJw4 litu f. ImlntiU: Ml. PAINT LICK, KKNTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. Aug 21 1919. 0 I II Made to Make Good A PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN ONCE 5 ON COURT DAY BE SURE TO GET AC- SAID "THE MONEY IS MADE IN THE BUYING." MR. FARMER: IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR A BUNCH OF FEEDERS DON'T YOU EXER' QUAINTED TIRES. x WITH KELLY-SPRINGFIE- LD I 1 EVERY KELLY USER IS A KELLY BOOSTER. WE CAN TAKE CARE OF YOUR TIRE 1 ! CISE CARE? IF YOU NEEDS THROUGH OUR DEALERS. EXERCISE THE SAME SEE DIXIE GARAGE, LANCASTER, STORMES DRUG STORE, LANCASTER, AMOUNT OF CARE IN BUYING TIRES YOU WILL CHOOSE KELLY'S PAINT LICK GARAGE, PAINT LICK, KY. The technicalities of Tire Construction do not interest you. Well, anywhere from 8,000 to 10,000 miles is a common Some people have the impression that on the best cars in America. It isn't what goes in but what comes. out. of a tire that counts. Performance. Kelly-Springfie- ld Kelly-Springfie- ld Tires are expensive to the point of Luxury, because Kellys are seen Careful spenders choose Kellys because long mileage has made them the one economical purchase. i 1 Kellys are built right. They never get Road Sore. Wear down smoothly and yield to "Punching" in a state of ripe old age. I I I 3 I ! B s .Every Tread Has Its Advantage Every Tread Has Its Advantage jj i I? V - ' T iMMr "saw The DANVILLE, Springfield Tire Company KENTUCKY.