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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 4, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919090401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 4, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 18 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 4. 1919. I SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR NUMBER 23. rul opened l.it Monday with the IrjjfrU attendance ill tin1 history of t ip school, the total being nRfi with least twenty more of l respect bifore the'end of the present week, nenslcr in initrnl proud of her fine unil corps of teacher. Prof. 'lui I' II. llopUiu who has ti.nl tin- for the innt three year OLDEST MAN IN THE LIGHT DOCKET G. M. LYONS WORLD Most Cases Desposed of Passes Away At His Stale 'Former Garrard IJpy Opened Last Many Attend School To Handle Reins As 131 Years Old. To See In Circuit Court. Convention Today. Monday With Rec- Home In Frankfort. Gov-- ! Final Adjournment Saturday. Lexington Fair This Oklahoma's Pursuant to n call from the ord Attendance. After un illness of several month, of tie Garrard county Demo(!. M. The cases on ll.c docket In the from cancer of the liver, Mr. ernor. Week. Graded niul IIIkIi cratic comirit'ie, only a few respnnd-Vhr "on"' nrn Court nrc bcim; disposed of ''ons """ "l LARGESTEVER. DELEGATES NAMED GOV. DAVIDSON i i j chair-mi- I e 'l i 'la seen the fchool grow liy leaps nnd IkiuikU until now it ir one of the 1e,t in the state, if not the very best. Next week we hope to give n more detail nrcount of (he opening nml the cercmonlr that ntteiul it, together with the tinmen of the tenchers uij the nnvle jf wliirh thy have in thirge. Iloom for rent for light house keeping, furnished or unfurnished, for balance of year I 1111.'. Mr. Maud llogic. W. C. T. U. I'.cgul.ir "i meeting of the Union I e turdny at three u'rlork in the Club Bourns, Seasons Showing. Vou are cordially invited to our vlillinrrv Parlor- - for our Opening, S.iturdnv. September Sixth. Special mr for Mle on I Children. Also new line of Itoval Society Stnmped (.(ixl. Mis Minnie Ilrown. Loses Thresher By Fire Last Tuesday aflerinon ahout one i". lock while lhreahing wheat on the farm of Mr l K Perkins, the belonging to Mr. Bottoms of (. rah Orchard arctd'iitl rnught fire f.om a spark from the engine the entire outfit nml about! Mt .uhel of win at for Mr Per- - Farm For Sale IOC ncre mile from 7 (iarruH rounty,3 two story acre tobario horn; In rcsi-incg never-failin- well; pond, and runninir wat$.",000 worth of crop on this er It will pay for itielf farm thi year In 3 or 4 year. Price J 1 00. per acre P. A. THOMAS REAL. ESTATE, Lancaster, Kentucky. Returns From Ashland irginia llourne vho (iarrurd county at the State Sunday School convention at Ashland 1i.it week hai returneil home and reWai port a most delightful trip. s highly entertained by the good of that city and during the course f the proceeding win mlled to the platform several times. Alout 500 dtlec-nteMis llourne were thtie. ho pet to tell the different Sunday Minn rcpre-mnte- d peo-phs School of the county of the proceeding of the convention anil we know that he can and will do ho in an inlertaining manner. i to the rai'i lat Satiinlny afternoon John Shell, of Leslie county, said .'r..nd and relative in dartnrd oMibly not more thnn n half dozen i attending. Little interest neeined to Mjtinty lire proud of the record fiat to be the oldest man in the world is have been shown by toe citizen ns j .",)l ert I,. D.ivhNcii has made since in Lei.ington this week to attend the n.uite a number were in town nt the . naviiif Kintucky to tmiki his hoi.ie Hlue (irnss Fair. Shell i said to be 1:11 yta:.' eld. It m culled nr l fortune In Tulsa, time cf the meeting. to order by the county rhnirmnn, J j About tin yenrs ago he moved to He and his grandncphev.', Sherman V. Itobinson, who Mated the object Tulsa and took up hi prbfession as LciMingtnn, without whom he 'aid of the meeting nnd the following h lawyer nnd was successful from the he w'ould nol ride on the " it am start His friends there soon pushed j inrs," eniiie In from Knnxvillc, where were adopted. rmulutinn him into politic nnd he was elected they have been inking in the nights lie it risolv.d by the Democrat man to the senate nr.it I now the presi rinee Tuesday. The I fll- - car-olof Garrard county. Ky., in convenof that augut body. rode sixteen miles on inuleb.ick ncro tion assembled, that vie approve the dent pro-ter' cnll of tlii convention ,im! the Stnte The absence of both the Governor Pine Mountain Tuesday to catch the coiive'itioii to be hehl In Louisville land the Lieutenant Governor from train to Knoxville. Shell is loud In his praise of "them lib, HUB. We also 1 ho state, the mantel falls upon the on September houhUr of cur former countymnn, diving girls" that he saw in a park in indorse the National Ailioiiiiatriition His trip to Knoxville was and he will occupy the official chair Knnxvillc. n nml adoption of the Lmguo of the first he had taken nut of Kenand the Peace Treaty, without for at least two weeks. The following from the Shawnee tucky in fifty yiars. reervation or change nnd also enHirthday September 3rd. Morning New of that state says: dorse the State administration. Several hundred descendants la the course of the next two are He it furthur renlieJ that we en- l dorse the candidates n'lected at the weeks or less visitoli i.t the executive preparing to gather at the Primary thi year to be our standard office will inquire if "Gimrnor home of "l'ncle"Jui n Shell on iirens Ixarer in the coming election and Davnlson is in." And whert Kobi rt Creek, Leslie county, Kentucky, Sep-I- Daviilson of Till -- a, occupies th" tember .'!, to celebrate the mountain-governor- 's nlc.'ge ourxelvo to use all honorable chair the latter part of tins eer'r birihday. Just what form the mean in our power to secure their e month, IwcniKe of the from festival will take has not been eleetlon this fall. stnte of Gov. Hobertson nnd Lieu- - vulged. He it further ri wived; that we Jleanwhile the National Geographic Tmpp, Oklnhoma dele- tenant Governor appoint the followini' i.ane gate to represent the Democrat of will have had four executives In less Society i investigating Shell's claim (arrnrd county at the Stnte Con- than eight mentis. " L. Williams, that he is l.'ll yenrs old and whether vention to be held in Louisville, on now judge in the Fnited State Su- - lie is the oldest man. There is no doubt among Shell's A. K. pri me inurt for the eastern district Feptember lib, l'JJ!. Walker. Kamest Woods, Wll lingers, of Oklahoma, completed his term as neighbors as to hi age. Men SO II. II To.iilnisnn, i. C Walker, J. K. governor on January IS of this year ears old declnie he wa tin old man Col. Henry Ilobmson, J II. Hallanl, Kph Drown, and J. R. A. Hobertson was tnaugur-- , when they were youths. .las. I. Hamilton, l.ige Kay. A. H. ,ated to succeed linn. Gov. Hubert-- 1 Chappcll say he has a tax duplicate Ilrown A. D. Kuril. Green Howling, son leave tonight for Salt Lake City signed by Shell in 1H0D, when he was of 21, the earliest age, under Kentucky .1 II Clark. Sr., Kb Cook W. 1.. to attend the unnual conference King, Kngbsh Dunn, Woods, Walker governors nml M. K. Trapp, lieutcn-- j laws, to pay Wis. Shell is father of eleven children, J. K. Sutton', Dave l!os, Kb Cooley nnt goiernor.become acting execu- the. Gov. Trapp' family is in Colo-- 1 the oldest of whom Is said to be 10 W. A. Wheeler, J. M. Acton, CleveI ars old. He has several great-'tluy- s Karra, Albert rado and he plans to spend several land llourne, .1. M Willi them the latter part of thisjgriat-eriindcliildre- n and descendants Hack, Jack lliatt, nnd Mark Jennings. e Said ilt legate are to go to said 'month at Colorado Spring'. When 'n nis home section are laid to iium-thgovernor and lieutenant ir.i rnor j ber marly 200. . mention uninstructe.l ami are to F.'.cellent eyesight, three succe-iv- e are both nbvMit from the stdte the ,oto ns a unit. of the senate Ij- - sets of ttcth and all of his faculties The following were named as Al- prvsidi nt pro-teSenalorj.ife il.un.ed by the Kentuckian, who ternate at said convention; J. H comes act n ; .governor. that poition, attributes his long life to out.loor Huhle, Hright Herring, W. 11. Cook, Drviusoii now hold having prisidel over n goodly portion living and ti.iiperate habits, C S. Ilallew, T. A Klkin, K. W II. liurtou, J. M. Anion, Mit 'of the seventh legislature, which adjourned March iwtii. 11 , Alex Doty, II. T. Logan, J. D. Pipe, Tom Sim in J. N Denny, J. '.. During the Williams administration Mr. G. H. hwinebroad and Mr. P llourne, Kd Scott, Logan Ison, .iioU'tnor Williams ami Lieutenant i . alien Muss, real estate men, made V Howling. 11, K. Governor Trapp were both absent n big Jns Clark. Jr.. Kd alc September Jrd. rhey sold , , - ,, Hudson. J. W Klmore, V. A. Lear, from the state and the honor of act- - mi' , ifirui im .'ir. I'ura oeeier lino ing governor fell upon C. W. Board HubCeo, Italian!, Frank Thompson, tracts to the following parties: To ert Hoain, Millard Johnson, nnd J. A. of Okemah, who was president pro-te- Mr. M. I). Johnson, 10 acres with of the senate during the sixth lleailey in. ........ .......... .. c'lwr no ..... ........ legislature. ... r. a I It " ..J " :,.,.!..r ll..vi.l.nn ,. Tl , was one of the most popular mem- ,$117.50 per acre; and John Henry Mr. bers of tlie seventh senate. In con lit acres at $2Uli.OO per acre. junction with Senator Hoard, who John Hroaddus bought l.r acres of Sw inebro.ul land at $201.57 per acre, . . . , Miss Jennie Higgins informs us twas chairman of the road and higli-,.- . , iiitvi- iiv i.iiiii .it ..lis. i.uin committee. Senator DavltNo-- i that the last examination for teachers ,.rn.l,i...i ..ill i...,.i.:.. ..rlvr brought an merage of $2.5.011 House on will be held at the Court Kriday and Saturday, September lUth .Senate Joint Itesolution No. 10, under1 M,,"'rV purchased from .Mr. The nnd 20th. There are a few teachers i.hld, .1,.. fifiv .liil.. .i..n. ' l!- - K- - H,',,r-"l,out year ago for l,.i....,l u.. who have not taken the examination roads b.,nd IKHi.OO an ncTo. Mr. Swinebroad on Agriculture anil the Slate Superalso sold the Jones Anderson farm intendent ha written Miss Higgins at Preachersville last Tuesday, conthat it will be necessary for every We usk you to visit our Millinery taining 57 acre to Mr. W. II. Cumteacher tohave a grade in this immins, fur $144.00 an acre. portant subject before they can Parlors, Saturday, September lth, ltella Arnold Francis. draw any part of their salary niH.tle n,r,Hit.l, the rffnrt, nf JmLr.. Ucrt !nt Monday mornlnK about five Mr. Lyons had only boon the o'clock. Hardin und in all probability living In Frankfort n few months, cctirt will adjourn finally next Sat- hnvlne; been in the dry goods business urday. Court was udjourneil Wednesday, hre for the past five year nnd until Friday morninj: in order that at the time of his death was still the flipn ,iliM uth tnnv iifnil tilt. Pint- - proprietor and one of our best known '""1 prosperou? merchants. f,,r. r,.nvniinn In l.ni.i.vlll,. t,,d.-.e- . ' ,li5tinct lhwkr m ,llatl' The grnndjury has finally adjourn 'V " after sitting six days and have re - !to, hn many frit'ml" "e, many of aro of his er.ous h"m turned in all 14 indictments, mostly young When conuitlon. for misdemeanors. "lc wrisiian vnurcn Juln The follnwin.. rB.. were dl.nu.ed and ever since that time hasbeen of during the week. Commonwinlth ngninst Anron Holer charged witii one of its most devoted nnd conscienmurdering Curt Ambrose near Davis- - tious member. He was a man of ago, wns 'Pniiw noimy, succcssiui in ous.-trie- d town about three vear '"H hi' fr.,en'1'; l,e""f ve,7 out and the dcfcmlcnt found ' guilty by the jury nnd hi punishment Spendable nnd strictly honest. HePopfixed at ten yean in the penitentiary. ";, ihe "olc Proprietor of the and Three yputhful negroes charged lar nlry f'rm near with house breaking were given n h.ai1 ma,lc n !,ucce! of il from th t. mi in th. S hnol of I'eform rang- IIS r?'1,""'s w"1' uur,l,J in ing from three to five yenr. They last Tuesday were P.obert Overstreet. Jimmy Hum cemetery at ;nfternoon. prior to wnich funeral her nn.l Wnkefiehl Armstrong. rvices were con, lueted nt the Cliri,-larien- v Homer Green char-e- d with grand i W. ti'" church there by the local pastor. was given two vears. vi,low ond ,h,r" 11. Sowder charged with malicious urv'f d ,"', coiiuren; .nr. w. iv. i.yotts, .,.r. nua .h.w.lin,- - and v.nun.line-- wa, MN Hazel Lyons, nil of one year ami one day in the pen. i Taylor ami , . .1... ympa.o Grant Hammonu wns fined $100 and vn m nave lne of thc """""""V their sad loss, cost in one case for assault and bat- " " tcry and effected a lompromise In ,ir other for S"il. and costs. are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'W. O. Anderson. Mr, ll. II. Ledfonl entertained a couple of the preachers, Tuesday and t'rcirt m pic "" NEW AUCTIONEER For Hudson and Kava-- ' Sale. WeJncs,lar niKhta- - ',,,...., f Swinebroad Still Selling Last Examinatin For Teachers. Mr. Edd Williams ami family visit-naUed Mrs. Williams sister, near May- ville the past week. Hon. J. K. T. Ilowden, present .Mr. I. II. Shepherd and family of the Atlanta district tended the burial of his brother-in-o- f Georgia, will cry thc alv llt, Irvine, Sunday. the State of sale of Hudson ami Kavanaugh to Mrs. J. H. Wright nnd children of be hebi Friuay of thu week. Sena Irvine, were the guests of Mrs. J. D. tor liowden is said to be one of the Uurtrhcll. Monday night. , aim uesi auciiuneers in me iiuaun-ssMrs. J. G. Davis was in Junction many of our people have already exThursgoing to City the guest of her sister, pressed their intention of day nnd Friday of last week. tin sale. In addition to hearing .hi, ,..,.,.1 auctioneer, vou will have I M". J- - ! Uurchell has returned her the opportunity to receive valuable home after a weeks visit with lie-just present whether jou.are a buyer or j 'laughter, Mr. A. G. Hotner, at This splendid 'venna. an onlooker. Mr. anil Mr. Leslie Kads and farm has been cut into eight tracts ranging from 5 to 150 acres and will daughter, of Cincinnati and Mrs. Ebb be sold to the highest bidder on the Eads of Ford, were visitors here, Wednesday. date mentioned above. . Mis Elizabeth Heasley attended a nousc party ciVe'n by Mis Neil t her home, near Shelbyville, Hogan Hallanl. Democrat and Mr Election Commissioners J. las to Fall Showing. Dr. Owsley Held Judge Hughes' Farm Engagement In Draft Cases. Brings $296.00 Announced. telegram from Glasgow states . that Dr William Fayette l)wley, of llurkcsvillc, exniiiining phyidciaii of Selective county the Cumberland wa Hoard anil highly connected, held under bond of $1,000 to the Federal grnndjury following prelimiUnited before nary examination States Commissioner Smith on u charge of bribery preferred by It. I' Hobsou, agent for the Department if Palmer-Brow- n. Justice. Dr Owsley wu accued of accepting money to ue hi vote and to exempt registrant from rumberland county from military du-men said to have obtaineJ liefcrrcd tiasrifications in thin manner lire; Kusscll Murphy, W. C. Suarns, Sellle linker mid Jink Par-ri- Farms To Be Sold At Once. have one farm containing 17 line well improved, on pike, $5,000; One of 41 acre well improved right on pike, $:i,K()0, a bargain; One of 70 acre, for $7,000; One of 118 iicre. $15,000. Alio a litlv farm containing five and half aire with haute and Improvement for $1,850, House and lot of one acre, well improved, $1,200, Three number one good store stands, with fresh stock of good. Call nnd nee me at once und I will gladly give nil Information. These farms must be disposed of In the next fiften days or they pass W T. King, rum my hands. 1 The marriage of Miss Myrtli Mart Pulimrnnd Mr. James Harvey Brown VM quietly solemnized in Kichniond on Wednesday, August twenty-seven- CollecMr. and Mr,. Hubert Harding, of I'ornier Internal Revenue (lu. Iu.v Tt.llfori, of ,hat d tor John W. Hughes realized a rec- Danville, announce the engagement ffjciajj,,,. r. . . Hobin-- , ord price nt the sale of his farm of of their daughter. Margaret Th . 245 acres "Wuveland" near Danville nun, to Mr James Taylor llugl.es. wjliam of Mr uml The wedding will take place at Thuidny. It wa bought by A. a V(.ry vmlUr mu ,uvnliU, Ilciiton, an oil man from Kstill coun- the home of the parents of the bride ycung woman nnd never looked pretty at $2'Ji. an acre. The farm is on the evening of October first, and tier than on her wedding day when will be a quiet affair with invitations she was located cloi-- to ll.mville on the ilnssed ill it blue traveling pike, and has u handsome confined to the immediate family, suit with hat to match. old home. Judge Hughes bought the and u few of the closest friends of The groom is one of our ic turned farm about four years ago and is the contrncting parties. soldiers, liming seen ten months of ; said to have doubled his money on I service in France, when he was disit within that time. charged in July. On returning to i civilian life he resumed his former : occupation of farming. At present Mr. and Mrs. Ilrown "I underwent n surgical operation Onc-Piec- e for gull stones 5 years ago, was in are happily located at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr. Geo. F. Fashions edict hail prescribed a the hospital for four weeks. For 1 Brown on the Buckeye road, where liberal display of back for fashion-ubl- e year I felt better, but then my old they lire receiving congratulations Hritish women this winter, but bvmptoms and pains leturned, and 1 Four nnd best wishes from their many the women are not waiting for cold have sulTered ever since. 'rienils. Clergymen are condemn- weekk ugo on the advice of n tudy I weather. ing some of the present modes a in- tried Mayr'a Wonderful Itemedy, and Thcio will be ii Pic Supper at I have One-piec- e bathing suits 1 now feel like a new woman. tolerable. llcizleys Sihool house Friday night, at the beaches are scantier und more a number of friends who sutler as I September 5th. Music by good band. The did and 1 am advising nil tu try thi Everybody welcome. snugly filling than ever before It is n simple, valuable medicine." I'ev, I'. H. Meyer, a Church leader nnd writer, who is well harmless preparation that removes TO MY LADYi 1 was I nm your "Ach" Hat. thu catarrhal mucus from the intesknown in America, said today; made for you by an American "Many girls think that men can be tinal Iruct and allays the intlammn-lio- n girl in a clean, light, airy workwhich cause practically all stomwon by flesh. Hut men are too room. My only wish in life i sensible. They ure not going to marry ach, liver and Intestinal ailments, into please you and help you look One dose will girl who go about half naked. One cluding appendicitis. your best. And when I grow niiu of muny girl seems to be to at- convince or money refunded. For old buy my sister from your tract men and that may account for sale by II. K. McItOHEHTS, Druggist. Lovingly, adv. milliner. A mun may flirt Lancaster, Ky, the present styles. YOUK HAT. MissesAddie Criscillis and Cleo with a girl who govs to extreme in these fashluns but he will not murry Morgan attended the London fair Mrs. Rlla Arnold Francis, Laacastvr, Ky. last week. her." ,,.. ,,.,. st. 'Dressmaker Gives Don't Marry Advice. Suits. F. Sanders, Hepublican, hift week-enMr.Allie Mifs fruitt who has b een the both well known and popular citi- zens of the county, were appointed charming guest of Miss Mary Mae last Thursday by the State Board of j Walker, returned to her home at nt Frank- - Winchester, Monday, Election Commissioner fort, as Garrard County Election jjr. and Mr. D. A. Hervcy had Commissioner for the year. Other their guests, Sunday, Mr and Mrs. county Commissioners were appoint- - Oeorge Ilrown, of Lancaster and Mr. ed throughout the state. and Mr. Frank Brown, of Danville. Mr. und Mr. Hubert Ellis enterBetween Lancaster and LOST a few of their friends on Fripike, tained Danville, via thc Lexington day evening in honor of their guests Tuesday, Sept 2nd, two automobile Misses Virginia Brown and Margaret Please return to license number. Davis, of New York City. this office and receive reward. I Clarence Conn of Lancaster, visit-- 1 Mrs. I. C. Ruck ed his grand-mothe- r LICK PAINT er, Saturday night nnd Sunday, Uk-- i ing his sisters, Virginia and Loi Mr. Thos. Logsdon was at Brass-fielhome with him. Sunday ntternoon. Col. W. L. Carman arrived in Paint Presbytery met at Manse, The Lick, Friday night leaving again Tuesday and W ednesday. Saturday, for Livingston where he Mrs. W. F. Parks is the guest of1 was Joined by other "fishermen" for her mother; at Darbourville. ;a weeks fishing, near Livingston. Miss Amola Uamsey left Saturday Thos. Logsdon who purchased a tu attend schol ill ManlurU. building lot from Mr, G. M. Tread- . K Parks m. .... .,.,, is visiting ncr Mrs. ...ork on sam son, O. O. Parks at Wayland. jj0pl,0 wl rUsh the building of his Misses Avu McWIiorter and Mu'ie dwelling so as to be moved by the Ledfonl were in Kichniond, Monday. fi rat of the year. Mr. W, S. Fish left Monday aftir Jr, W. O. Anderson has puninsl a visit with his family for several cf Jlr. H. G. Woods the residence ' days. now occupied by Mr. G. M. Treadway Mrs. S. G. Anderson and children, nml will move to same the first of of Mississippi, are visiting relatives the year. We are glad to welcoinu Mr. and .Mrs, Anderson to our towp. im- School opened Monday with u good Dr. II. J. Patrick left Monday to n. Join Dr. Carman and party at I.iv- - attendance. Miss Ballard of mond taking the 7th and 8th grade I nS VIE.. .!,,. r..ji..n...l ... lr..... .!., 1 A l.'i.l.ll.. an, i i , ren Kingston, the and Miss liuth Lane taking Miss visited Mr. Kiddell at Griggs place as 5th and tlth teacher. past week. I. J. Todd lias purcnasen tne oni .Mrs. Florence Walker of Louisville, Burnnni and Kucker flour mill, at is visiting Jlr. and Mrs. It. J. Walker, this place, from Mr, Hurnum for the this week. sum of $3500, We uiiderstuud Mr. lleasley is thc Miss Elizabeth Todd will not start the mill until next charming guest of Miss Nell Kiev, nt year when Mr. Boian will again take Ky. Smithfield, it in charge, Misses Emma Uurchell ami Willie Mr. H. 11. Ledford took Jeff Ito.lv Williams attended the Lexington and Jessie Mae Hammock to Danville Fair, Thursday, Hospital, where they were operated Miss Allie Kusscll Fish left Tues- on last week. Jessie Mae having Morgantown, her tonsils removed and returning day to enter school at North Carolina. home the same day. At this writMr. H. U Hill and little daughter ing Jeff is doing nicely. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 4, 1919 RELATIVE VALUE OF LAND AND PRODUCT Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR Recent Invcstirjation Marie by Bureau tl Crop Estimates. Triers Hat Been Much Disparity, first on One Side and Then on Other, Between Two Movements-Fa- rm Labor a Factor. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. FOR SALE ', KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. I Madness of the Moon. So fnr ns we can cither, thorn l no foundation fnr the old belief that the ' rrioon affects the mlnil and brings about madness In some people. The Idea may have crlglnated from the word "lun- nth'." which Is derived from "luna"lhe inoon. IParadoslcal. department of agriculture, nnc.il.sl Hint, although fnrm land wiluc alone sained In l!H." mid led In the relative nlrance 111 1IHI1, It lost Its lend In HUT and. moreover, fell far behind the relative pain In the price of orop and the Mock In that year n ml In IMS, From 1PM to llil.'i farm land Milne, not Including that of buildings. In creased II per cent, while the price of crop nml Ihe Mock lnt fl per cent. In the following Jcar land value went up 2.1 per cent alune 11)11 and prlie of crops and Ihe slink uln mltum-cd- . hut only by - per cent, A rei.rnl of the relativity of those innciiicnts appeared In HUT. when land mine giilhtsl only ."S pir cent on 1!H4 and crop ami live Mock pained Tl ercont. The divergence Increased In mis, since the tru In ubnve 11114 was At per rent for land Milue ami !)T per rent for crops ami live Mock. Turin land value Is supHiscd to lie related, at nny rate largely related, to the net profit of farming, and In fart It l often somewhat affected cen hy single Jenrs of high or nnt profit. Jet the mine of farm land advanced In IPI.. although the price of crops and live Mock declined, In coiitirl.iii with 1HH, and galneil relathrly much more Lancaster, Ky. than price did In lull!: hut, on the other hand, its reluthe gain In IUIT and litis was far from equaling that o price. There lui heen inuili ills. parity. first on one lde mid then on other, between the two mow-incut- s the of land value and produce price. I'erhnps a scarcity cf fnrm lalmr weakeneil the ilemanil for farms In the two jears, and perhaps, also, the Optimistic Thought. Few Things Really Count. A man can pile up a palace of mar-hi-e net protlt of farming. because of ei. If thou tnkest time Into thy affairs II will allay ami arrange all thing. nml Ihe the life of u pauper wr?!e traordlnary high om of production In It. or he mnv lie aide to hullil onlv was not as great lis the high price of n lioM'I and jet live u princely life) products would Indicate superficially within Its poor walls. The things tli.it. a fellow Is la can really help or hinder a human SWAT PEDIGREED-SCRU- B HOG n hole because he nin'i llnd un open out are, alter alt. coniparatliety few. Ins. Boston Transcript. Buyers Should So That Animals They m Are About to Purchase HaveGood Quality. Olilhani Comity farm, 1212 acres, bliio'rass. tern, tobacco laud alt lime stone. miles from eoitny .seat, jrood mail. Three Seven room house, well, cistern, outuuiltlliiKS. (Prepared by tin fulled RUtes tVpart. roomtenant house, two Mock barns, two tobacco barns, jiood ment r( Airl uliurr ) foncinj;. I'nrm land n!nc has not ndvnnccil In Four tinfniliiiK springs, fifty acres" in cultivation, balance in Ihe same decree ns the composite price milt Can lie divided in two farms. of crop ami Ihe Murk hat from the meadow and khiss. of tin- war In liHS. llesultsof of K"d school. Price ?ir0. per acre if taken within thirty days. Terms-I- f a recent Investigation hy Ihe burr m interested address, of irop estimates, I'liUul Stales 1 - CAL B. MOODY, R. F. D. N o. 1 Crcstwood, Kentucky. THE UNITED .STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES Round Trip Excursion fares from Lancaster, Ky. (war tax extra) LEXINGTON, KY., $2.56. account Blue Grass Fair. Tickets on sale Aug .'JO to Sept i)th. LOUISVILLE, KY., $5.07 account Kentucky State Fair.. Tickets on sale September (Hh to 1 2th. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD, For detailed information apply to local ticket ast Optimistic ThouQht. For One's Own Comfort. e To the wl- - there l Half the Ming of Herty Is gone, in sol ide. when one keis hoiiM- - for one's ,iwti comfort and not for the comfort of Alaskan Trees. one's neighbors. It Is not what ne In Alaska n wlll-iire,- of n species lack, hut what we see others hate, ily ii few inrhis high shims farther that makes lis dlnhtcn1cd, Jllss rortli ihan tin hemliKk Mulock. sinici or shir whli h are ln;i.r'ant cold routing trees. The Dibls ind Women Preachers. un-lie- i ,1 V.'inei. arc .ik nu foit from 'tie fiot licit i i';' i .1 Ir a ilU.'iiwnil whit lliev tl. tik i I Ileal rtcogi'iiin for them. In I .e U piajer hook version of the terse. The Iird gave tt.e incurs word: great wns the ompany of The terslnn of the llltde trnushiti-- the passage thus gltelli the word. The vom"The Iinl er. Ih.it publish the tidings are a great host." lt September lO AT TEN Wednesday, O'CLOCK I will sell at : (Prepared by tro 1'nlted Rules Depart ment of Acrli utture.i Thousands of iurehrel senilis are scattered through this country, accord Obedient Little Winifred, lug to hog extension men of the United nlfnsl wn In the habit of llt Slates department of agriculture, who neighbor und coming Imme with are devoting their efforts to eliniln.it "t'ds full of (hoiiilntes. I reinon- Ing Inferior pisllgrecd animals. This, I villi her hIkhii It nnd the ibn they say, applies to all kinds of Ihe he siimmI b the ndglilior's ibsir stuck, hut is perhaps more gem nil In i I nut "Mi toother sa)s I'm not to the hog Industry. I'edlgrrcs lire nines. in t in if ion are busy, hut you're snry nnd v. Inabte to the hog hreislor, 111! never i'ii. nml she ,insuioiiii-nt'- must pau--r. t tin, ri.,1lfpi. Is the mentis ,if fmil- s Ingi lot of fnnners, particularly those mil for i Insulates," wlnnlllglj "llllt hen she spoke )on lcir , t tiny chocolates, haw joii ' ' b.t. ge. That tired, worn-ou- t ferlirg ii imc J br a itucm. Vuunecdan iron tonic to rebuild tiiiue quickly to send rich, trd bltxsl courting thru )our Isxly to lupply the elements ihsl lue ltome exhiuitcj. i Acid Iron Mineral ii ju'Cisrrii.cJ by phyiicuM in all cairi vihttt a tunic it inJiratrd, Uriu.e it ii the rnmt Hjwrifut ruturl iron tome Lnown. AUC T ION FOR DR. J. B. BECK, 71 1-- 2 ACRES OF GOOD LAND 1-- 0 On Harrodsburg and Danville pike. 3 miles Harrodsburg, 7 miles Danville. 3 room house, 4 2 acres tobacco and stock barn. Fencing good,1 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 Harrodsburg, or at V I I Hogs Kept Under Clean Conditions, as on Good Pasture, Are Getter Able to Resist Cholera and Other Dis- eases. tham Mioles, the "1'Hlher of tie' ftrftf4 tMrtt. r,.(ptr til kH U n wns boiii In I'entisjUnnla. t a battle mm ur Jnij; Wh' le serving ns of ,iitoms, put toUy. take ii dirrrtn!, ami other he bis:une llitersti l with in a ft (Uyi yiu will notice an lininli n In the p- ibleui of mill ng n improvement in your Is faith, mnrhlne that would write letters it ml FERRODINC CHEMICAL CORP. wonls. A lettir written on one of the Renek. ViriinU early mnchlnes nf trailed the attention For 5sle by all Truis! of n lapitalist who proldisl funds, and, Mr Sholcs i iiitlnui d lmprolng the t lei until at last Ihe first prn-- ' Ileal tjpewrlter wns put on the CumbrrUhJ Grocery Co., Junction market, Ci ), , WluIrij Di t riu tur. Father of the Typewriter. Just inn jean ngo. Christopher La- tk4 nmn r mi m H mmi tt MtirtU iiMiftfJ Irtj trfmtt in M ik Jr kawvo 4rf4- - On rMif .ft mt4 imf lo I who un; iihout In Mart Into the pure- bred hog business und who have not W had enough cxiicrletice In Judging to select uulmalH of good standard type, Iluycrs should not he conlenled simply with purelired animal, hut should see In addition that the animals they lire iihout to pun huso have good quality, say the department hog kpeclnllsts. A w I FOR CONTROL OF WHEAT PEST Hessian Fly Can B Held In Check by Plowing Infested Stubble In Summer or Fall. 1'or the control of the Hessian II.v, plow under deeply all Infested wheat stiihhlo during summer or early fall, where this Is practicable and linen not Interfere, with the growing of clover or liiiKirtnnt forage grasses. If volunteer wheat Marts, kill It by disking or plowing while It la Mill young. EARLY LAYING DISCOURAGED THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR Swinebroad, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. Remember the S. R. Wilder Auction, 500 acres near Burgin, Sept. 9th, 350 acres l.ots and small farms at Danville, Sept. 16th and 17th. Watch for advertisements of other Auction Sales. Stunts Growth of Pullets and Tends to Production of Undesirable Small Eggs. Tho piUli't that lays very yuunc Is not as u rule the' best layer; early laying Munis the growth, tends to the production of small egg", anil breeding from such pullets In time results In Inferior ttraJn of the production of birds. The Chevrolet Motor Cur is in every respect. Hullt for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring; $1135.00 F. 0. 15. Factory. A car load of these American Hcautiea just unloaded. They have marvelous power, nnd noted ns hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. u The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 4, 1919 2 OF THE BEST LAND IN KENTUCKY, AT ICTUS The famous W. R. Cook or Uncle Jake Robinson Farm, only that good town LANCASTER 11-- 2 miles from Friday, Sept 12th, commencing promptly at 10:30 a. m. rain or shine. Indeed a rare opportunity is here presented to the land buyer: a chance to buy a portion of one of those good ones, one everybody knows is a good one, and one you do not have to feel around and ask Bill, John or Ike whether the land is good. This farm has been kept in one family for generations, petted pampered and taken care of, and handed down from time to time and has always been. in gentle hands; hands that build up and do not destroy We are subdividing this farm in tracts of 50 and 100 . , aercsfronting the Danville pike. .It is all in-- grass except 65 acres. .'500 acres of old blue grass sod, balance in timothy and clover. 3' good tobacco barns, and one splendid mule barn,100Xf)0 and one good small house. Now remember, Mr. Cook debated well and long before he made his decision to sell. This property is going to change hands. Look it over select the tract you want, and DON'T FAIL TO BE ON HAND AT THE SALE. THE TERMS WILL BE EASY. We have engaged the famous Lexington Military Band, which will give a concert one "hour before and after the sale, and will present those attending 'with souvenirs. The United O. T. Realty .Company. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Wallace, W. M. Nicholls Geo. W. Crawford, Managers. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 4, 1919 r IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS llii!e a majority of Hi(r-- Ills! mulcting baik lo can le peoule kidney trouble. The kidney ar the mot Itrntirtant ni.in of th no.iy. They r the niterer. the purifier, of wur bluuJ. by Khlney llMie. I tun ill? J n nTouineB, wtrlnrn, y, !.. ka.-h- n. s.ntninaoh trou M i.ln in tln- an.l Inwer abdomen, ffalt mones, gravel, rhemn.itlem, sciatica KMnr In HE GAME BACK By MARY W. FORD Welsh & Wiseman Co's. Annual September Sale of Furs Starts To-morro- w tlately. The oolhlnir, hesllnir oil slim mntr ihJ kllney. relieve iml.iiniu.i mm ami etro)s tha trm wh li . aune-It. l not rnil until to 4ii.I morrow ilo to your itniiftflt oil Iftisit un tiOL.l MKDW. Haarlem you twenty-fuu- r In Cijeuile. hour tiuult fe"l health an. I viwor returning an J will bV tha dty ou first liesru" of (lOUt Mi:i! lliarletii oil. After j on trr that )oti havit cured yourself, continue to take one or two 1 ovuti- - - each lay. so aa to keep tha1 mnj luinbiKtf. flritr1ai- condition anj ward oft damrer of other attacks. All these .Wanffpmtnta are nature' Ak for tba original Imported COLD slKnsls ti xrn yoti tlitt the kllnys ni-KM MINIMI brand. Threa slies. Money You eliouM tue lielii If they do not help you. MF.liAl Haarlem (MI Capsules lmme- - ni fnpd'r f rr-aon- tta i I "CVnnlV, t'oitnl,' cnllfd Alitr li!o nf tlu itrlUv fmrn flu- - t'tlu-when ah wih ultllns ut hrr ilt"li. n If tlT tlchtly flittrlinl In n emu 11 jnlm "Surry, Mnry, il'r. 1ut jnit'll luvr In miw tint mi want tn tt tl tn ill) 111 led littnii, I liaxi it 1mm with lint," Unit I liap In kw A Check si fortlit; numey jntiovr ami Hole how inticli more your ere dilots Tlicj lif- in do yon litf.imos ultli a mini who tins ait iiecoiint ul tlie - cuIlt'Ki' tostili lunl nlti'inliMl ImtitifH i p. mid dewlniH'il u trinlfnt frjH! Uy cliumv iltf wlillt tlitn. wr ljuili iiUiu'd to work In ifn aim oMlo'. MNm, .Mnry. If If truly koIiu 1" srr mi I'll nlhvi jim miy l t mi In have It'll itu tlir uutularfiil iiVw. Imt litii ink It hrlff, "Well, I'm coining itver, tnnli. I alinply tntit toll vuinrotir. It' CihmI tn kcci nil tn tnjelf, mid I fifl mi liiippy. (uiitHiif( (Inv WHa thi' triiicr,i' Iit fur .'tiiTmilii- A CmihiiiIiic. Mnry Itntiert wih rlyrk'. Itnth :lri Intnoriln J'l." ' SAVING OF. FULLY 25 PER CENT ltt "lluiip'-llj.l'iin- I llilnk yiHTn1 ilinrpilne ulieii tirnt I' iim' hi tun' Ml." hhIiI Utile .M try ! 1'Wtk wi "Vim tnlMit'Mmd. Krniii'li) l.or.mi. tlth iMuinlnc, nt Garrard Bad & Ttu&l Ct In of innr Iletter Th. kn v hi I iliinc limine- - in .i,".l)Uii'e like open kiicIi an luHMiint even it jour affair nre not !nri;e. Th,.y will irro.v till nj;ht. .ti. ti mll' tmin iHr" ihh Itruimlit llie ttilli id f:iv, inul .Mary if pl;iil imt.' Hint ninth tit 1.iif. In ftu't TIih Garrard Bank & Trust Company I fVnti IkhI Immmi rntlivr cluuiny 1.uWv nri'l Mir. knew nttittliliic waV tmuli tins lur rliuni. liCidll "Ii'i rumitfj nn tli Vim." wlilp.'rd Mnry In ('mul'" ':ir. DC NEW GARAGE I have jutt ipcnrd up a New Cirape and am ready to do all kind of Auto Worit'and make any adjustment your car may J need. Give me a call and be convinced. Phone 22. BryanftsviHe Garage U S. W. IIALCOMB, Proprietor, Bryanttville, Kentucky. ZZ 3d Sentimental Paradox. I'mm :i sinry "liicli lnuif llmt tin's i rioter upurt "lily limuulit sptnit l!M(ii 1 ruifi'ript. losellier. A ' DC Flexible Spout. A new ol! can ha n llellle pll to reach pi. lies In iiiaelilnery ilillicult of ncies without Achilles Shivers. Tli I In n wmuuu uf aluiiit iiriiirilnii Perfect Arm. uf Hie fe-- n us fnllows: upper una unn "I liae uern mulilii else fur the r W imlies hut montlis." TeMlta.if.1,11 fU Tlie rln uiureri'iiie nf ruhlier lieeH. slimilil lie nlmiit 1.'! lie-- i, that nf the fine arm li intliei Cast. Value of Eolt. iii(l of Hie rlt li Int lie. The upper It ha: intM etiinateil ny an Kuro arm lmulil he shorter lliali peuit .elentlit th.it tin fimmeriial Hie forearm. value ,if the in a il.ih i, '1','I.U lu: l.istlin; one Fingers Tireless Travelers. i.f a eiiii.il Is "Jti lealx. TypKN" tliiL'er. lire the inu-- i aiaaz-In- a triiMlert In ireullnn. ntnl are en pt.ble uf zithn; treiaeiiilnuBettr Than ilNtauce K.'llli'llll.er lll.it lllillle'l'e fur lllo'-- t without the fatigue llial woiiM .'ae of tn tlie feel anil Ux III perfol'llllliu a part ! IiTtiir hut the u rlslil Ihliik'ir.'. Ami It iloen In onlluary hlmllar Journey. the laiiiil may in el. uei iiriliiu: ii.it take a treat ileal of either rltht to mi expert, Io.ihki mile a .our inul Iliiokiiit or fieli air to eimlilo you to throw olT any onllieiry Maplom of not imllcnte any Impairment in This refer-- , of course, to tlie lllne. All that N iieeeary l for .ton lo huhl In iur mi ii I the lhoin:ht average t)plt In uu otliie. that .Mm are holli li. ;i ll Iiy ami Ii t, Sunrise. Slie strucsled to u certain Ii1Iltii rial saw hefore her the silent Intlooil-lli- i or the ilay. Out of the ea- -t it welleil nn'l whlteiieil; the il.irUiie4 treinhlnl Into ll;lil; ami the sl.1r like the treet ' Mere etlnitulheil lump if a human cit. The wliltene'4 .'irlr;'.ileinil Into ller, the Mwr VKr'neil to pilil. tlie L'ulil klmlleil illlo pill'i ami llln' tire; ami tlie line of tlie ea.st' an harreil Willi eleiaeutal Miirlet, It. I.. Sleenoii. Poor Papal 'I'lither, Jon look ii Mlenee ilesrrr at iiilleue. ilMu't oiJ" "Ve. my lioy; 1 pelll two jears mi eleliee." 'Vheu ;oii look In ii mirror Hie left Mile of Jour faee appear to lie the ikht ol'le ami tlie riuht Mile reeui lo he the left. The lookin.hi reere It, iloen't ItV "Yes m.v hoi." Then, why papa, (liieirt it reere the top inul liolloin of jour laee in the nine wayV" i ii icnc Have Your Tires Retreaded Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e cess of retreadtng-n- ot can half sole-a- nd "rebuild a tire at less than half price. oh Mnry, I'm mi clml fur ymir iflki. Aflcr Mjillln htttrly twi nir tlentlv U It miy m under 3nl :ite mi linl'to with Mirh newt." Itnt ft t Ilie I mth ilin' ti nltfnl liik rri'pt Into i Til hih! Iter pnlt blue th'H.u'iw eniel to lie f.ir nimy. ' ih hnve pieel ii ve I niii-t- t the Initli. t l imle ulwn Jnrk ii mih3.il I ll.ne mi leiml nnv wiinl et?" t'liiinle "Imh.Ic lirr lieml xntlly. "S n nw SI:in. for K loiitr mniit'i--tear trickled dnwn nue Ide nf lier rlieek. Mnry 'pilHly ilpjd Itnrk t Imt nun i!ek, her e.e" lllleil with ti'.-irhIm. "Hud I rnniln Inline, nnd I'm i linppy. Inn jMNir rinnle. Iier liecirt I I'rnkell," lie llmtttltt .ldl. "I wnntlT liy he itnent mipr lir leijii !n nddeil nientsillr t'utiiile w:ii wnrklnir steadily tit hei t.xpeurller. mid Mnry. tnrklii? Iier ter nnay Inrfimh In her "klrt nNn v;(ried urUln. hut nln! Mnrv HmiiisIiN nere than nu he' Mnrfc. nnd try n he muilil. h rmll tliln!; uf nnthlns nut itmt uinlr'tiV nMi Hint hrlui'nc Kud Mnnfen lnttne In Iier nfhT hmi yenr nf palleut uniting. Cnimte went Ihime that ein tr; viil nt heart, nnd he. tn, pletnrnl 'lint wundrrful 'hip I'nmlirj In with dent little Mnr.' UtiiMy. hut where h 4.H k wliv, nh, whv dldn'l he wrll Had he fnrirutten t.u .uni )im home up Ihejt Iiad plmined they wmild nn hN return? All llme hnpp were ilreniii' uf hiunne Ih imw tun1 when he wunld p.is ti khiU rlnd Ihi nnd hU ouHtheart. tirtti In nrm, l.t:t:h fns happily, that anie wNiful enre slnu wieihl Tep lulu lnr Tin fnlluwlnir day .Mary wit iiH She had unfit finlil the nfllre. dmtn tn tuet the Montiilla, ('niini hut her dek up nt rluliii; time nuil left the hiiiltllnir, hut Ju- -t lit he wn nhnnt In (urn the rurner, two Ian: hand wVre pi a red ner her eyi. nm' a fiimlllar nlre win tiyluc "Kl"1 m Cnnii. mid I'll lake my hand nway .lark had iilremti hut rmt hefnre, ksed her hefnre vlie eniild pmtet npeulm: her eye. die i;ared hit nnd. tun hit; hmwu eye that h.'Innired uiih In .laek Then fnlhiwed exfta nations nf why he failed In write. He had heeu Wulltuled mid knurked ltlMlt frnni one hnpllal In unn! her nnd un tthle tn write. Arm In arm they walk e hmne like twn happy ihlldrrli, nml n they wen turning the next mmer whuiii dtd they uieft titit Mary and Itud. ()li, rnnn. It wnuderful tn think Jack enme nn that hunt afler nil. Itu I tnhl nte nil tihnut the urprKe that wn planned fur nu, nnd I wn nverl Jih," erltMl .Mary happily, "Mnry, dear," ald t'nunle Miilllm ly, "till U the happiest day nf lil life." "Siiy, .Taek," t ried Ihnl Marden Mid denly. "what di mi MipaiH the Hrin will hae In Hiy In lhee .wniujr hulle when I hey Imtli ti'iider lhtlr Am unusually luryu and choice selection of Winter Furs in tlie most approved styles for lite cuminy season, consisting of Fur Coats in genuine Hudson Seal and Mnrmot, Capes and Coatees' of Kolinsky and Seal, also, the stylish and popular Animal Scarfs and Stolls of finest American Fox, Iynx and Seal, at prices ranging fnim SU."? for Animal Scarfs and Stolls to .D.l.OO for verv special Hudson Seal Coats. The choice is complete. If you wait until later, the selection will he no larger, HUT THE PRICKS WILL, as the prices on all Furs have advanced greatly since our early purchases were made. There is no uncertainty as to quality. No uncertainty as to the styles. No question as to savings, as we have simply eliminated fully 2o'( of our regular, rightful profit, and during the entire month of September will give the trade the full benefit of our foresightedness in early buying. FOX SCARFS are priced at S:W. Sir.. $ri.:tO. S(i!)."0. ST."), vSH..iO and up to $1:15.0(1. Fill. CAPKS are priced at $(i!.:,(). $!);.()(), $175.00. and up to O. .SHW.OO. r ee. Ir FUR COATS are priced at .SI 15. 105, .S225. $250. and up (o $205.00. Aside from the big saving in price early selections of Furs is always the best. " Advance Fall and Winter Styles ...of... Coats, Suits, Dresses and Waists Now Ready for Your Selection !' Welsh & Wiseman Co. ln ee. mum DANVII.1.K. KKNTl'CKV ON- - Saturday, Sept. 13th, '19 AT TEN A. M. PROMPTLY .Having-sol- rite. tn'tlierV' "Well," lailirhed .lark, "Ihe nnly wiiv up N tn lulte we can II v inatler them tn uur wedding." Evil In Idleness. When a mini law all of llil" vnrM' pimN lie neeil lie usually eeaet4 to lie. elop. He Ml out to ''take III eao, i"it, ilrlnk ainl he merry." lie may In lonie liifntiiate'l u Ith the piiK i . Tor III thlnk-- I n Hiiip, nt leat, he iloiihtle Itnt hiui'.eir the hleM'i of heuieii, lhee are riiinoui; Ihe lueeiiitul'iil ami Iiil'i'Iiii of elUlepee. ll) In tuiiieil from priiiliietlte ih.in-nepurpose. Men of hi. to man welfuie are lo.t in the mux uf plan nml nlleiiipli for pervuuil plea, me-- . Thl ttnuuiile nltriillie ef fort nay. It kill tlioe luipule that mean uplift nml proiiie''. Take niwiy the nplM'iil to a UMii't heller elf ami )oll roll him of tile ihniiee to heroine litx hnit. A man neeiN Ihe lui'riillte nf competition uf lilx fellou. I'enu. 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. I Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any pale The Danville Biiick Go L. B. CONN, North of Lancaster, and good neighborhood, with churches and schools convenient. This land goes to the high dollar, witli no and will" be an absolute sale. Terms on land, one third cash, January 1st, 1920, when possession will be given, balance in one and two years. PERSONAL PROPERTY. , Immediately after the sale of the farm the following personal property will be sold. Onepair of four year old mules, two weanling calves, four head of yearling fat cattle, some farming implements and other things. At the same time will sell fdr Robert Long, ten mules, coming three years old; ten mules'coming two years old; two good Percheron fillies, three years old; three Percheron horses, coming two years old; one good harness mare, eight years old, one famliy mare, ten years old; one pair of seven year old mare mules; 1(5 weanling calves, good ones; one good milk cow and calf by side; four two year old Herford cows, giving two gallons of milk a day; two thyee year old Herford cows and calves; one short horn cow; four fat heifers; four fat cows; one good family horse; t; one good buggy and harness; one one Frazier cart; one Hudson Automobile in good condition, also a lot of farming implements TERMS, of this sale-A- ll sums under $20.0p, cash in hund, over that amount, a credit of twelve months, with notes bearing six per cent interest from date of sale. by-biddi- tains 32 acres of number one good land that will grow anything. Lies well on the road and well watered, most of it' now in grass. This farm lies on Wolf Trail road, one mile from the Poor Ridge pike, ten miles part of my farm, will sell the romaindor, which con- run-a-bou- Walnut Street. 31 Propietor. Danville, Kentucky. JC 31 ii uc l II IE i) h until (irlt. tCuvrrUl'i. Meflur. N.wsfljpr tijrn. diintt.) "Walter Fain. W. T. KING, Auctioneer. Robert Long. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 4 1919. Crob Tree Yields Dye Condition to Avoid. It lm fn'iml tint n lye of ' ilnnirermi) moment In life i.linkl riilur mi li iilitiilmil In Araen. Cfiin" when men ln'itln to nvrr-vnltliui frimi tlit wml nf (he enroll tree. tin' mt ut the nf Ilic pre. It Is the timinrnt nf rellt-lnti- s ent rimtrnver"le, for nrhlp, Klstlng Spot. f"" inrnmliu In, fur ixnllinc niii- - net u huliy,' iiiiyi s "If toil iimt kl Hiijile uf nml I'Srluilln iilmtliiT. I k nf the f.ioK Wlien nndi It. It mentis Unit e i..i'illnil writer, "tlie lln nfet lihire." We .ilwny ,, Jim He !.,.,( .x,.r n"' criiMltii: l.imulit ili.it "li.it Jim lltieii tlicin ri'.iih It. i:(linniri'. The High Blood For- - Pressure agent in ii liy. llrliniii:e. satisfactory remedial 1'liy.iiciaim nrc iiiiploy-iii- ,' a niOMt clToctivis und ' In-"- 7, rf 7 to" ; bodied such refreshinc appetizing flavor nud coolness. Tin-- more CmneU you smoke the r your Cumeh are such a cigarette rrvclation ! Kvorythiny, nbout Camels you find so fascinating is due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish und choice Domestic tutwecos. You'll s.iy Camels are in a class by themselves -- they seem wade to meet your cm-- personal (as.fr in so many ways! Freedom from any unpleasant cigarctty nfter-ust- e or ciRurelty odor makes Camels particularly desirable fastidious ' to the most meets yoursmokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as own wishes, for they never iir your . taste I You are alwa s I een lor tha cigarette satisfaction that makes packarjo lCc. a Camels so attractive. Smokers realise that the value is in the cigarettes and do not exect premiums or coupons I Compare Cameh with any e in the world at any price! .' 30 ritrtt or in f.. JVO . liarrff..) ,n Hnmily mromBw rottwf fittm lhi fne mellow-miltiness1 c AM ELS supply ciRaretle contentment beyond anything I Where the Grocer Wat. ! rts' iinitlicr wns In tin linlill nf iir- - j hil' li'T lireml nt SinlltiV enxi'ry. Jin' ilny nlille I'titi rliiliilin.' niller tlicy I'.inl IinrN In tlie next nnini talking n'klni; (Vn. ' lliiniii:li lier toy llnl fur Snilth'i en ery. Minn nhe!' iill.il: "Jlntlier. .Mr. Smith lui'l ut .'nil'. "Where ili Jolt MipiHiwi he t?'f "I'lliil the iiiothir. Doris niiwereil: 'Why, he's up In licauMi eettliiK ir hilly hreinl." Never the Same Again. I'rleiiiMilp N ii ue hhh, hrn It N Ihiunl hy lient or ioti'iice, nr iiitI-ih'limny ni well he hroken lit nine; It I'llll lieer he Iril'tiil lifter. The more crueefnl und nrmiini'iitnl It wn, lie- - more ileiirlj ni lu the hoieleie4 nf re.'orliii It to m fur-Initnte. mre xforiei, If they he frni tiirnl. mny he eementeil ncnln; Nil"iii niiei, neer. Wnller S. I.011. iloti. uEYONlst "Tlio Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the iprini without any condensing or fortifying whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 The Sleep Ration. .!"tin nit'iiiilns I'MtlliK l- - v.-- - v .v tlljlht nheiit he Woke iMehe nnil lay leeptes.i fur Milne hi.ilr he ilerhleil In pi In heil later I rl-- e enrller The lft ilny he roe H -- etui llite,i.l nf eltht. the next lit the fn'Xt lit the the next lit fnlir .1 nt thnt Imiir he i i.rl he ' ;il ulihmii unkliii.' Ihrniuiioiit hi" 'linn" nml therenrier m-- e nt four If Weley eierlmeiitei In xhiji n n nire fur liiotiiiin. ' pen (if the Unique London Club. in Lomhin. mmiy rliil ninl mo I extlti-iv- e per-li.i- A I Dote: Tablespoonful In Glass of Water Prescribed also by for constipation, indigestion, rheumatic affections, hardening of the arteries and skin affections. Money back if not satisfied. On " In' hi'Ui- -t l iTonll. the TMrieett I'luh. uhlili mi .'ti nt the thirteenth hour of the llilrtii ti'li l, v I of etery inoiiih. It nM- - Its Itiii-- j en I! In II liiln h h til tn eehlirnle H ilurllii: the uorhl unr ill v , Ii It us fiimiil thnt III T" "11 'li ih mi. The mi iiihenhlp Is retrliii i to ):. ml H II riellt llllllll eve'.. Ill uher l.i.ele ' ! II Jnlnt tl Up-- . t the - .ill hffSE?ia! n fSiTfSSl j 'IS JT7 f our dimwit'. 9il rice LOOklct on tretenption rnvii by icquf'st. The Dcvoniln Uincril Sprlm Co. (Incoiporated) Owentboro, Xf. ciJa-rett- wt th j ... ur rrtn m hnrrm or V. uupf-l- ::':. f USED CARS. USED CARS. R.J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winlton-Salrm- , jBiiiiif Afmoit Univ. wi.oMltu HtH"l .n linn!'" N. C. iOS NESS Wtat Pester Is. iVwt.r if ii n uii.t nf mi .itnl ii n To Prttrn Ctttert. ally aiit)::i.tnj, iiipir nml iuniiitli fur m ti.nr t: Tli' fnllmvtiu imiIi! tif tnwir'riL; tin- In- -t ijimllllt'o uf ml lniil liKilil'iM "I" )'"' "rit.n is tnlit fln- - trtii Tm : on I: illhi tie ln- Tlii- I it alwnj" Uiii'l- Tur ill.- Ihii-rini tin- - Irtzp. 1.1.111 iulli' limp, t.1 in IhiIIh. in 'ru- -' mi tit i 11 t ' ifri ir'tMtil nirii"rtiui W t'tluHi'n ait ni r liiM, trt ittfni if it ( .ill'! C.niiti t ir.mil- huii ih 'tit 'i (jii.ii mri "i milk ninl wh (ii tm rin'k " StMIfti, mi'l il inn. i'i" tut tn i Lhl nf ,i mi mi my, (VHIr ftini" In tiii.nn In AnuTirn ii i I luiu It ui until ti :irlj dry Thru ; tiixl tii' f lniuufli :ir ir Mitt!pn - U (n'twr'!i of liiul Unit-- - It ttjii In tornIn v ii is ill- iirnHirtiiu. of pHil uri'. ll 'IT With II li.'l ,i'Ii. t'll IlMttl Ui bj till UlMtriL'ttM", Tb fiti- il Smfoot. - Imnii fo i ml AT THE itatr (r 3 Q Q f fi u Central ion! Garage AUCT Beautiful Home :! 1 AT 1 Saturday, Sept at 2:30 14 13th BOWMAN AUTO EXCHANGE SEE OUR WE HAVE ALL MAKE CARS. p. m. mile from Danville on Lancaster pike. THE PROPERTY OF H. B. PEEL. 7 Roo mBungalow, 2 porches; 30X50 stock and tobacco barn, all out buildings. 100 Fruit Trees, Strawberries and small fruits. Water in abundance from 100 foot well. Land leavel and very fertile. Wide frontage on 2 pikes. Just the little home you are looking for. Leavel Blue Grass lawn with plenty of shade. Close to Danville with all the advantages of schools, churches and markets. Land and homes in Boyle county and Danville are just beginning to increase in value, and harder to buy every day. Look at this property before the Sale-- it will appeal to acres just 1 LINE OF CARS BEFORE BUYING. FORDS AND BUICKS NOW IN STOCK. Carlyle'a Wise Advice. lii'iui'iiihi'r nun ninl ninny: thnt Is mi hlh ilontn. lint u Mili'iim j ri'iillty h'iMl iimn rtrrnlty nml hy I'li'rnlty. I'lnd nut )nur Itifk; M.iml hy It: I In- - night r.'im-ll- i wlu'ii mi ni.in mil wiirk. t'arlylf. f ' The Laoorer and Hit Hire. Hilly h.nl I'i'iii riiiinli'i rri':iiil for nli. itiiithi'r. nml In hhim Imt uppi'r iiiiuiiir Mil '.ii'iir iiiiii n niiit, 11. IiiiiI.ihI ninl. kIuik'Iui: Into ' hi'i- futv, hi' .ul.iliiiul; "t)h. In i siKirt, uu ut'il uliut It's ;i) iu you. In passing, everybody says "Isn't that a pretty place." iritt'il For further particulars see H. B. Peel or wiirili'" Pennlllon Sinking. I'liiiillliiii slnlni: Ik j ult tumninii Jin Willi's, nml I'iriilliir lo Ihti I'llncl. Ii:iil'.y, It tiuisi.ts i.fiiii liistriimi'iil piny-In- -- in it u tuiit' In xlrh't Hint mi'l n- IkiiiIiii; It in it nml tit'r iiirnlu. hlli lni;rrs t'tli'iiipurlzo llii' slup'r nr wnrils t Il In rhi uu1. Tin' Impromptu poi'iry uiiit lit In llh Uu1 iniisli' anil U L'i'iii'riilly nf nn iimusliii; ilinrnrlfr. Tin1 t'usiiiiii h ipiltt' tiiiiiniiiii uninnt; tlio n'npli nml tlio liialruuit'nt usfil Is Ihi'lr niithiiiiil Instrument, the hnrp. I Roman Shorthand. Catches Falling Hairs. urn- - tht i!rt tu use The Itniiuiii Tn rati !i In, r ui It is t ut hy a y uiil II lliniiicliuut mirhi'i- - ii imt-muOinrllnii.il. Tin h"" i.iti iiliil n I In l'.r--t ii'iitury It (. rinitliiiilni; lt iU'i nf fnhrli' i.nh ht filft- linirtlii fur tit lru.t four renturk'n. 'tiriitti up, tn In. rui'i.t iiriiuml a Mnrriio TiiIIIiii Tim, Ihv n'lrt'tary und iinirn iii'i U. llliriirhin fni- - I'Iktii, WW I tit. iloneor nf Human -- Ii i lli mil. What Amerlra j. Ainerlen Is nn In.pliiitl in. .,iierlca One Common Tongue. :i spirit, Jin iui,t'ihltiji "ThiTe Mil tint' itniil" inili' nn inislli'iil trlili h iii.i In is Hie heavens. lives AllllTll'llll Its at I'russ lllll'si' seri'ns In Il Is the ii.ii.hiilt inn! i i i.liiiiiniH n 1'tviiilt nrmy Imspltnl, "umt w ""iit!,li,- - of Hie liiiiinin heart fur the qulrkly li'iirni'il In ln' l'iiii:iiimi's. It Hi'"., that U better. I'ran.lln K. mis ilif iinril ih'i) iiiiiii' must nfli'ii l.ll la'. In I hi Hps uf sltk nr hii'iiiiIihI fIiiUih nhon suirtTliiL- - nr ilt llrliiii. wruni: ut frnlil Ihi'lll It s Jlilllfr, Melt', niiieiler, tnuilre anil iimther." Natural Cloth. In troplnl! Ameneii lln Inner luirk uf ll spi'iles nf tree llehls mi ex- t'i'llt'lit thilli, the tlherK of uhlt'li art' Intern men n.ui h ux If Uu- - fnhrlo tuuiv frmii n Iihiiii. All Qjic-cui- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER, W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. KENTUCKY. r U I hs. HiaLatM kihl ll la jsj xUix Biai uum. kg in Mwv L. k II II tie iut id lava ImIis at ntrcoisTS, Mil IT MAKCf fAIN SAIL i'ru that Is net'esMiry la j tu itush unit heal nut I lie lellulur ntult from the liilerstlies nml nhen ilrleil, It s HitIiI, Itxlhle anil iillosi'tliiT suit-ant- e fur lulling up Intii C1111111.-11- HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mcrida, has a severe case of typhoid fever, but Is n little better Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Turner were at this time. visitors in Danville last Wednesday. Mr. John C. Broaddus, Jr., was opMiss Ellen Turner spent the week erated on Tuesday at Ucrcn llo.pltnl, end nt Coy, the Rueat of Mrs. James for appendicitis and his many friends Simpson. , i .. in i. ., i uv -- i i it, imiuw .i mni ne is Messrs. Jake roloy and Tom Tur- - l..cttlne alone nlcebi. and will be home Roofing manufac represent one of the largest ncr were with friends, Sundny nfCw itnyst. i jiucKiey. I Soutn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, and in the .. ionr, Harold and J. T. motored to I lAiiitfUniASTniiin I immiNNII INh K , vmmiLOMVUUM V Jessamine. Sunday. As all kinds of material are advancing, Mr. John Smith, and son, Walter, SALE OF LAND were with Prcnchersville friends. you should place your order NOW for Thursday , for the day. , Master James Milton Henry of Garrard Circuit Court. Kirksville, is visitinc his crand-par- .n,,, Tevls. et nl Plnintlir. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. v. Mrs. Tom Dalley and little son, Manila Iloatlev. et al. Defendants. Jesse Lewis, of McCreary. were vlsi-- 1 Vauani t judKmcnt rendered nt tors Tuesday of Mrs. Henry Yater. lln,,pr t,.rm. ,h Miss Joycie Steele, after an enjoy-!,icnCommissioner will sell at nub. able visit to relatives here, returned jc auction before the Court House We can save you money and give you to her home in Corbin, Saturday. !,ioor i Kentucky, at 11 Mesdames John Hroaddus, James 'o'clock a. m. on MONDAY. NEITEM. a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. Yantis and Everette Grow were visi.1KK 1BIU, it bcinK the first day tors Thursday of Mrs. John Smith. f .(, Garrard County Court Term. .Mrs. Charles Yater, Misses Lucy the real estate mentioned In the plead- Turner and "Carrie Yater attended ires and described as follows: ( Frredoin, the Association Loca'ed In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Paint Lick Mrs. Alex Killion and children. Creek, and bounded as follows, to wit: returned home Sunday after a visit One and one-hal- f acres around th Ort-oim.t JJ1 to her mother, Mrs. Wm. Hill, of ( house, nml I.t un lant Gunns Chappie. ,1(jjn, the lands of I.. T Ilradshaw, ir Mr. and Mrs. J . I Yantis and sons, ' Ollie Casey and others. George and Herschel. were Sunday, The purpose of the sale herein is tn 1 proceeds nniontf the joint at ion with Russia alone is, no Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. Burnam.I.ed- - ,jv,,. , miners thereof. doubt, largely responsible for ford, at Mnnse, Ky. Year. $1.50 Mrs, Holman Issued Weekly. TKKMS. the present price of shoes. rcrupcratliiK at Drown, who has been! The sale will be made on a French Lick Spring. Payable in Advance. credit And cereals, for that matter. Indiana, has returned home, much of six months and the purchaser will J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. It is cei tain that the improved in health. K' required to execute bund with an- U. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. parties in this country Mr and Mrs. C. I!. Henry and ihil-- , proved security for the purchase price, European dren, of Klrkrville, were entertained ,aid bond bearinj; six per cent Interest can tfet together. Entered at the Tost Office in Lan- powers did so, and their in- Wednesday at the home of Mr. and from ,ate until paid, havinc the force Mail Ward. caster, Ky., a Second-Clas- s nnif effect of a Judgment upon whlc'i terests are by no means as uni .Mrs. Milton .Mrs. Wm, Matter. Lane and Mr. ' execution may issue, paahle to W. II. Mr. and form as we think. Hut they and .Mrs. Wm. Scott and son, Hilly Commissioner of th have had enough experience Ilrown, motored to Crab Orchard. lirown, Matser Court, and a lien will Lancaster, Ky., September 4. 1919 Oarrard Circuit with treaties to be less afraid Sunday, and spent the day. fa rerved upon the property sold i of them than we are. They Messrs John Broaddus, Sr., Miicy until the purchase money is paid. Member Kentucky Press Association are subject to construction. Bcarley anil Clay Hroaddus, spent w. H. WtOWN M. C. (5. C. C and They are flexible. There is Sunday at The Keren Hospital, with j TOMLINSON, Att'y for Pltffs. Eighth District Publishers League. j i a great difference between re- Mr. John C. Hroaddus, Jr. .Misses Anna Mae, l.nla and Jean garding them as scraps of paWhoop it iip. Woodrow! delightful party Rates For Political Announcement!. per and being bound hand and Hroaddus attended n at the home of The American stomach is just Wednesday evening Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 foot by the letter of each Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ilurdett on pining for the time when it can For 10.00 For County Offices clause. Conditions will con- Poor Kidge pike. stow away three jrood ones a I For State and District Offices.. 15.00 tinue to arise in the future Mrs. Edna Lane of Hamilton, Ohio day. .10 Calls, per line For .10 which were not contemplated For Cards, per line by the terms of an agreement For all publications in the interest of individuals or expresdrawn at a time when they sion of individual views, per could not have been foreseen. 10 line .05 There is no solidity in the bunline 1 jjpriiiai 1 turers w- - EHI Thursday Sept 4, 1919 RECLEANED NORTHERN SEED WHEAT AND BARLEY. CLO- GUY. We RYE TIMOTHY SEED, CRIMSON VER AND BUCKWHEAT. TRY BALLARDS OBELISK ntn .... v FLOUR (First Patent) Makes Delicious white bread and cake. We handle Feed of all Kinds. Hale Ties. Roofing ,i. .,, Conn Brothers. Eii Genuine Kanawha Salt. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." 111 bp The Central Record t. iiWtemgi It v ihfie limi'Ie or 'Aticnt in necin., : or prtK .. W Ki, J ixer tJJ r(t d&AININcj PROCESS' ' fwuMeWpT furniture J cent- - r quire ml Vhal.I: Mfej ftt, L I rclpr, THE It iro l . u.,, 'nnulVr-sMm l:rb CDrr t, ri i rcu cjn. Ijrj a i k n STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY .r , 1. if iut ' .1 l,i..i...l dor,r, l rs -' ,t il kr J'm r U MrJ ,4 4.Mr-- ntttft i J IWf 'f tr CltVCLANO, i i O i .ei 4 K TMC OHIO VIHMIM COMPANY McROBERTS DRUC STORK. j T Obituaries, per Democratic Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR. HON'. JAMES D. BLACK. FOR GOVERNOR. LIEUTENANT WILLIAM II. SHANKS. SECRETARY OF STATE. MAT S. COHEN, HENRY AUDITOR. M. BOSWOlVni. combe which bleats that we shall be called upon at any moment to send armies to fight the quarrels of various groups of foreign powers. It is obvious that they, at least, do not consider themselves under a similar obligation in our favor. A few trifling changes of verbiage, perhaps and the thing can be done. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO'S I I 1 September Fur Sale WE OFFER OUR TRADE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF FINE FURS EVER SHOWN IN THIS SECTION OF KENTUCKY. BUYING OUR FURS IN SEPTEMBER MEANS A SAVING OF 20 TO 30 PER CENT OVER LATER PRICES. Never before in the world's hietory was there such a demand for Furs and nothing adds so much to that "Well Dressed Look" as handsome furs. WE SELECTED OUR FURS THEREBY SECURING THE THE LOWEST PRICES OF HAS MATERIALLY ADVANCED LAST APRIL FROM THE FIRST SHOW-INVERY CHOICEST SKINS AND GET-TINTHE YEAR. ALMOST EVERY PIECE SINCE WE PURCHASED. G, TREASURER. HENRY F. TUHNEU. ATTORNEY GENERAL. FRANK E. DAUOHEItTY. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS boldness. There are many who, from the highestsense of principle, oppose the treaty, where it concerns the league. It is not to be ratified blindly. Hut certain it is that the pros-e- n condition of politicnl suspension is producing economic suspension. If the treaty is not ratified we do not know the nature of our relations with any country on the globe. We know nothing about the probable disposition of raw materials. The ambiguity of our re- - Scaled bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of Garrard County at the Court House, Lancaster, Ken tucky until 12 o'clock noon September Superintendent Public Instruction. 10, 11)19 by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County for the improvement of I E. FOSTER. the Lancaster Richmond road from Comminioner Of Agriculture. the city limits of Uuic.iiter out to u JOHN W. NEWMAN. point about 5 miles on said road inGar rard County. The improvement will consist of shaplnc the road constructCOME ON LET'S DO IT. ing necessary drainage structures, and surfiu-ine- ; 14 feet There is only one way to with limestone it to n width of macadam. make things cheap. Make Plans may be seen and instructions them plentiful. We can, of to bidders, specifications and form of course, place upon the market proposal secured at the office of the large quantities of disused war County Clerk at Lancaster, Ky. A certified check payable to the supplies. We can seize hoardSheriff of Garrard county, Kentucky, ed provisions, and put them in equal in round numbers to five per the consumer's hands at a cent of the bid, must accompany largely reduced price. But each proposal. The that is only a drop in the buck- bids is rifiht to reject any and all reserved. et. The relief is only temJ . n. BOURNE, porary. County Clerk Garrard Co. To say "ratify the treaty" By Cronlcy Hroaddus, D. C. demands a certain quality of Adv. 2t CLERK COURT APPEALS. JOHN A. tlOODMAN. G COSTUME PIECES OF Toupe Fox, Poiret Fox, Pointed Fox, Baummarten Fox, Genuine Black Lynx $60 to $150. Hudson Seal, Squirrel, Mole Skin, Toupe Wolf, Black Wolf, Lucille Wolf. FUR COATS Kolinki Dyed Marmot Coats, $85 and up. Kit Coney Coats, $65.00. Hudson Seal Coats, $240 to $400. ALL PRICES FOR SEPTEMBER ONLY. v Also IVralm mon & Hick orv by Cords 4 foot blocks, car lots. Diameter of Dogwood, over 4J inches. Persimmon over 8 inches. Hickory over 12 inches Sav what you have. Prices and Specifications on request. Want Dogwood at Fancy Prices Kentucky GEOHGE Wood Products Co. A. BUSH, I'RES. DANVILLE, A. B. Robertson 8c BrO KENTUCKY. 539 Franklin St. Louisville, Ky l(WpHi(sifl" 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 4. 1919. Cracks At Creation. ntul Mrs. II. M. I.nnc Is III at this writing. JUrs. Win. Mathews spent Thurshanding old III Cost the fellow who gets day with her sister, Mrs. I,. I Mathews spent Cronley Hardwick pita. Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. John tlimpson. Mr. I.uther Smith bought of Mr. Odus Naylor and Mr. S. II. (lay, two fine horses. Miss Orn Foster was the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Simpson nnd family, SECTION 2 THIRTIETH. YEAR NUMBIR 23. Attention I I everybody Ci n kick . I ll: r except dough. i Automobile Owners I I Spark plug 3 with every easing purchased from us within the NEXT TEN DAYS. Newrpapcr subscription rnUs nre .Inn its Foster. had not for si' teen years proven its superiority uliout the only things in the 1J. S. A. Miss Mollic Moberly returned home in service, in durability, and in the low cost for up to diile Hint linven't punched a Monday, after u few days stay with operation nnd maintenance; this would not he hole ill the sky. her cousin Miss Pepie Hardwick. so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand, Uncle Ham has received a good Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Wallace motorso simple in construction that anybody and many jolts in his day, hut he gener ed from Lexington, Sunday and were up everybody can safely drive it. Let us have to We ally manages to Inml on hoth feet the diesis of Mr. and Mrs. Andy your order for one now to avoid delay in with In hands up. Adam'. I! delivery. We xtill have the price of a pair Mr. and Mrs. Felix Lane, Mrs. I I (if shoes ilue u in delitmuftit sub- - James Foster, spent Sunday with Mr. I And, ire n tic men, winter! mid Mrs. Marshall ICayburn of Silver A rcrlntions. Drive looms pcrillously near. Cicek. Lancaster, Ky. to No, we have no objection Mr. and Mr? Tom Naylor attended price fixing ly the government, pro- preaching at Ml. Hehrnn, Sunday nnd I vided the prices are such ns to meet Mere entertained at dinner by Mr. 'our individual approval. nmr-MrOllie Lane. No, Willie don't Invest in a new' Mr. and Mrs. Felix Lane and handi map of Kuropc for a few days at nome daughter and son.und Mr. andi Uncle Sam may lme to, Mrs. Hush Simpson, motored to Ilrod least (!) Ilw. ,. 1,..!.. i.t..,.,.l ..,..,,,,,,11,. head Thursday, mid attended the fair. J in' territory in order to effe-- t n j Mrs. Nanie Hay returned home I peaceful settlement. PHONE 27. from Ohio, Saturday after spending J The rcrap between the j.iesnlent u few days with her son, Willie Kay. . 1 KENTUCKY. .. and the senate is progressing so j a few days with her son, Willie Ray. BRYANTSVILLE, bin. The following guests enjoyed one of the nidi ffl sweetly it remind Mr.s Foley's hospitality: Mrc. Jake days when had boys tied the tails, Iliggens, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner of two lilts together and slum; them Mesdames lloyd Turner and William Also Persim- - A . lover the clothes line. Mrs. John Smith is on the sick mon & Hick- - 31 T BUCS Karnes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner COY POINT LEAVELL. Yes, we are a law abiding, por.ee list. ory by Cords All spent a pleasant day. 4 foot blocks, PPIPOC vie onMr. Kd Lane of Hamilton, Ohiois Mrs. Luc Murpny is ill at tins loving, i,oii tearing nation. Miss Addie Crisrillis is visiting MU car lots. One of most enjoyable events "y haw profiteering, strikes, riots, visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mcrida writing, l.eln Smith, at Diameter of Dogwood, over of the rummer, was; the partyon and a few "otshevism. Mr Walter Fain and Mildren Simp Miss Maud Yater was; the attractive! Ijiii-cist4) inches. Persimmon over 8 Wednesday afternoon, from two to Mrs. F.nima Higeinbotham of mild form, of amusement too Sat- inches. Hickory over 12 inches visitor Sunday of Miss Stella Naylor. Mr. son were visiting in Unca.trr. five P. M., given by Miss Bessie Is visiting her brother inconspicuous to mention. j Sav what you have. Prices uriay Mcr'cr. Walter and Charlie Smithe Turner in honor of her visitors, ill Palmer unit family and Specifications on request. Some want government ownership attended the Ilroadhead Fsiir lat j Mis-e- s Mrs. I.eoda Sandem and baby, were Suanna Anderson of Shclby-vill- e, Kentucky Wood Products Co. Mim I nnm Itowden i acting as the guests of Mrs. Ilarharn Culley, of and ct another class do not know week. lml., and Joycie Steele, of Cor-bilimit ' .MiQuerry. Monday. cf Stun GEORGE A. BUSH, PRKS. substitute tciuhcr what they want. And if business . The many f riendi of Mr. John As the weather was ideal, nil 539 Franklin St. Louisville, Ky .ihool for h few week. Mrs llelle Simpson and daughter, conditions do not become more Ilroaddus Jr. will regret that he it' kinds of out-dogames were played entertained Miss Nancy Johnson spent the day with Mrs. tied soon we may reach the point quite ill. until four o'clock, when the yourg ""1'O.ly will have anything. n number of her flieni's Tuesday Kemp Walker. Tuesday Mrs. James L. Yantis visited Mrs. Misses were invited into the dining Candle Factories In Africa. of a social at lit r etening In form Some of our fulsome millionaires Andy Payne and Mrs. Jim Kason room. Pink and white flowers, beauMiss Hallie Murphy and brother. Six candle factories In Smith Africa huivt t llyattsville. tified the table and the rooms for have an output valued at $3,1X10,000 iToinmie, attended services at Mt. hnve lieen letting off steam ill the Wednesday. newspapers lately about not having Mis' ha Tenter who lias been .uit- - Hebron, Thursday night, Mesdames J. P. Foley and Charley; the delightful occasion. The delicious Sunder and wife and purchased any new shoes for the Yater were visitors Thursday of Mrs. refreshments, consisting of Ices and nig in this (ounty several weeks, war ur y cakes, were also pink and white. the guest of her sister .Mrs. Joiin inn pn ('harlrs, were visiting friends past two )cars. Hut that, we sus- Iloyd Turner. Gat .n Scotland. pect, is only another form of profiThose that accepted the young Mure than -- 3 per cent of Scotland's few das before returning to her! near Hichiiiond, Friday. Mrs. Kd Lane has typhoid fever at teering. hostess cordial invitation were: illuminating gas Is made In inur.l.lpnl ill Kichinond, lust week. Jioine Mrs. llelle Simpson and two daue.li the home of Jier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joycie plants to more Ihan ."1 per cent lu IreMisses Suanna Anderson, We cannot term the profiteer a A. N. Merida. Mr and Mrs. Charley Cotton and ters, Kssie ami Virginia, motored to Steele, Flonnie and Savnnah Lane, land and about 'M per lent l.i Kngland. beast because it would be an unI title daughter, Sallie Mae and son, I'anwle, Monday on busins. Miss Kose Turner of Hubble spent Mary and Christine Poynter, Stella warranted insult to animals. We Lifuvctte, Hev. Davis anil Miss l.u-di- e week-enMrs. James Sander and baby were with her cousin Miss i Naylor. Minnie, Lena, Nolie and Incredibly Silly Order. a devil, hecaue the Minks of Kichniond, attended the gucts of her mother, Mrs. l.ige ian not call him regarding mustaches Army order Vertic Turner, Maud, Beulah, and rage at the comparison. .Mollic Barnes. Satan would the Association at Freedom ami were' Kay, of Teatersville, Thursday. Misses llessie Turner and Joycie Klizabeth Yater, Kthel Barnes, and recall the fart that the Bank of Kng-lan- d then, is he, and what form j What, of Mr and Mrs. John Hill liursts once Ksued mi order forbidding Mr. P. Hasty and wife and son, of punishment is adequate to irs Steele were guests Friday night of Bessie and Dorothy B. Turner. All William are visiting his father, at Mt. crime? Miss Lizzie Foley. Kev. J H. Moorman of l..ininst-- r, reluctantly departed for their homes clerk to wear iniistndie during business hours! This rctuurkulde order (reaches at the Falrview chilli I. tl.cj Hebron, who is ill at this writing. Mr. Walter Smith and sister Miss at five o'clock, after thanking Miss afforded the public so much amuseMarriages in aeroplanes nre quite ( r.rrie Cummins, of Mt. Versecond Jul fourth Sunday aftcriKi u Ml It Maud attended the llaptist Associaton Bessie for one of the happiest after- ment that It was soon canceled. the correct thing these days. Kev non, of ?nc l inunth. at four o'clock. noon ever spent. K., is teaching an, Intel i Mini; insures newspaper publicity. Like- in Mercer last Tuesday. Moorman preaches some b autiful school here. All the children seem wise, in our boyhood days, the home Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dootin gave nn sermons am! tone who ir.f in bis to lnt her. paper never failed to add an extra elegant dining Sunday to a number re.irli should tu.rs lluni. There will be Sunday School at paragraph when the joyous couple of friends and relatives. Miss Myrtle I'almer and Jim Drown Scotts Fork every Sunday at 10 a. m. stood up in the old buggy and the Miss Cora Neil Arnold of Columbia were married in Itichmond, Wednes-da- y Jlring the little ones and join us in parson tied the knot. S. C, is the charming guests of her afternoon. Miss Palmer is the the good work Kveryhody welcome! About every nntlon of Kuropc is aunt Mrs. (ireen Poynter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Pallooking to the United States for Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of the mer, and is very popular and attracPotato. assirtance in one wny or another. Lexington road were Sunday guests It Is not known cerlalnly who Intro-duie- And the fellow who relies on another tive. Mr. Ilrown is the son of Mr. of Mr. nnd Mr. Milton Ward. Hie swei l imlalii plant or when. and Mrs. lleorge Ilrown of to care for him seldom evinces any Mr, nnd Mrs. Kohert Yater and Mr. and is n very promising young r.un Some authorities believe It to he ot particular desire to do something and Mrs. Charlie Yater were Sunday ''"'Ian origin, but olhers mnn f 1,1,1... a... I i...,rn.ill-The entire' Kuropc should go to guests was u uaute 01 for himself. in in lliui ll of Mr. and Mrs. John inter. -. ... 1 STARTED 1 I'Wllll'l tl l f.lllMlllllll work, PtJlLEY tropica! AmclUa. Mrs. Frank Turner of Hubble was wishes to the happy louple Our irrepressible friend Carniiua the guest Wednesday of Mesdames I is somewhat peaved because the U. Carrie Davidson and William Sutton. the S. government has forbidden Mr. and Mr. Alfred Poynter ami ' rhipment of nrm and munitions Hut, then, we childien of McCrenry were visitors border. across the He was Sunday of Mr. Mrs. Oreen Poynter. all know His Whiskership. Mr. und Mrs. Kobert Want ami son ' born peaved, has lived a life of pcnvislintss, mid will peiivemightly J. T Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merida' when the devil assigns him to his motored to Lexington Tuesday for the day. allotted sphere in the hereafter. Miss Suanna Anderson of Shelby-vill- e, At least one good result has come -lml., who has been visiting here Ameriout of the war up to date, can designers of women's gowns are for the past two weeks returned home A Fiidny. i coming to the front and I'aris styles .Mrs. Lula Dailey mid son, Mr. aud jure rapidly being relegated to the I rear. We protest, however, that Mrs. Jasper Dailey of Marcellus have this doee not necessarily indicate been recent visitors of Mr. ami Mrs. that the Paris product is too modest (Ireen Poynter. I d American the for Co., Messers. Kzza and Kobert Fletcher taste. Misses Kllen Turner and Cora Fletcher motored to Ilroadhead for the JUDSON. fair Thursday. Mr. und Mrs. Walter Turner mid 1 L. Mathews is some better Mrs. merlittle daughter have returned to their writing. at this home In Indianapolis after n pleasant type of Western Electric Mr. Hugh Simpson spent Thurs- visit tu friends ami relatives. THIS and LiEht is practically automatic in day with Miss Virginia Kay. its operation a child can-- operate it Mr. and Mrs. William Scott and Miss Anna Smith was the charming son, Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dependable electric service night anddayfor, guest of Miss Mario Bay, last week. Harvey ami children spent Sunday your larm. Several of this community ntti tid- with Mr. and Mrs. William Lane. See. this plantinoperalioo, ed the Ilroadhead Fair, Thursday, Mr. Thomps Broaddus of Paint Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tvater, spent Lick .and Mr. Mrs. Marcus White of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milo Simp-- j the New Danville road were Sunday I n, guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Mr. and Mrs. John Uine spent John C. Ilroaddus. fj . i inursuay wiui .Mr. ami airs. jirs. J. P. Foley guve an clabor-Lnne. Jute dinner Friday in honor of her 365-R- . The little son. Willie Hugh, of Mr. aunt, Mrs. Jake Iliggens of Cor- - I i I ..r, profiteering unions lov. does not come under the Imn. nuc as tnnny ns he will give yDU. t Kuropc me Miwiy great men ircng ii secret desire to ronio to i,Lii(a mid tec a nation of grcnler men. In modern parlance n successful the is one who get 9 Mhhicm mnn money mid hunt; on ullur fellow's to it. No THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tiie Ford car can well lie called the "peoples Mrs. Allen Tenter spent Sunday night with her brother, .Mr. anil Mrs. car," hecausc there arc more than 3,000,000 of them in daily operation. That is about four to or.e of the nearest follower in the motor car industry. This would not he so if the Ford car make this inducement our enormous stock of tires. clean i to BRYANTSVILLE and save the difference. I I I I f I Haselden Bros. Garage BECKER and BALLARD. GUY. Want Dogwood P !'' r nuco " 8wt IMHrV, 1 DOWN GOES H C Of L s v Having taken a permanent position with of Louisville, will Stratton and Stertegge close out my entire stock of General Merchandise at wholesale prices. All the good are new and bought just before the last advance. Other chants can save money by seeing this stock. Will also offer my property for sale or will sell stock of goods and lease the property to right party. Chance of a life time for a good man. f it Electric Western & LIGHT POWER exclusive features make ' trouble-prooIt S. N. MORPORD BASTIN BROTHERS Phone BUCKEYE, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 4, 1919 TERRACES WILL AVERT EROSION Most Effective Method Can Be Employed to Prevent Wash-in- g of Soil. BENCH TERRACE IS ANCIENT, By Rldse Plan It Is Pcsilbls to Ellm. TWO ID BETTY'S SHIP Dy SADIE M. STULL Vtiktussa ".Nary a sign o' )er ship tndjy Ml Celt) Hough sallln frr any craft, hut then It don't alius tale a sunny ky ter bring t Is tmwt precloii cargn BATON IC HJtsT. After too tftw take n u Inate Steep, Uncultivated Strip That Interfere With Farming Operation. (Prepared by the TUted 8tati Department of Agriculture.) Terracing I the pint effective methThere lire od of preventing (.osion. tho two distinct types nf terrace bench terrace nnil the ridge terrace. n A Held of bench terraces resemble series of benches or a flight of steps. Itldge tcrrnres, ns the name implle, sre simply ridge of earth thrown up across the slope of hillsides. Of the two types the bench terrace In much the older. The ridge terrace has come Into general ue only during the last 25 years. Ilench terraces for agricultural purpose were ued by the ancients of Europe, Asia and South America. The ancient Peruvians In South America terraced the steep "slopes of mountain, the wall of the being built of terrace embankment stone. Bench Terrace. The bench terrace is essentially n teep-lan- d terrace, nidge terraces nro much superior for land of moderate slopes, as with them It I possible to 1 111 Lancaster AT ilCTIII Saturday, Sept. 6th, AT 2:30 O'CLOCK ON ON I Method of Carrying Terrace Water der a Roadway by Mean of a vert. eliminate UnCul- the steep, uncultivated strips that Interfere with farming operations and often are seed beds for weeds. i The bench terrace Is usually built with the reversible hillside plow by which the soil Is always thrown down the hill. This Is done for a number of years until the bench becomes level or the slope of the bench Is slightly reversed. A ridge of earth is kept at the outer edge of the bench to prevent the surface water from running from one bench to the next bench below, Ilench terraces should be Ipvel; that I, they should have no fall along the direction of their length. Before the bench between the terrace embankments Is made level by plowing the soli down the slore the surface water Is held above the shoulder at the outer side of the bench. Par of the water may move off slowly to the ends of the terrace and the rest will either sink into the soli or evaporate. A heavy sod should be kept on the houlder and embankment to prevent erosion should the shoulder be over- topped due to heavy rain. When a bench terrace I firt start- cd, the shoulder should be built about one foot high and three feet wide at the base. These dimensions can be re- duced some ns the leveling down of the bench proceeds, when tho bench lias become level It is only necessary to maintain a small shoulder ubout one-ha- lf foot high at the outer side of the This will prevent possible bench. damage to the terrace doe to an cice-slvel- y heavy rain. The distance between the terraces I governed by the vertical distance or drop and not by tae distance along tho aurface of the ground. The distance along the surface of the ground will be different for different slopes of the land where the same vertical distance between the terraces is used. The proper drop or vertical distance between bench terraces depends largely on how much care and nttentlon Is given to the terrace, the greater the The drop the more care required. greater the drop the higher will be the embankment, and It Is much more dl to maintain a high than a low emThe best practice Indibankment. cates that the drop between bench should never be less than three feet nor more than six feet, although a drop of eight feet has been used successfully on hteep slopes where the terraces are carefully maintained. THE THE I I LEWIS EMBRY RESIDENCE MAPLE AVENUE. HILL COURT. RESIDENCE (BOTH NOW OWNED BY JAS. W. SMITH) The Maple Avenue property is within one block of Public Square on a lot 80x200 feet. Two story, six rooms, two halls basement, two porches-o- ne a large concrete porch, Water Works, Bath room and toilet, concrete walks, cistern, garage, and other outbuildings, fine garden, large shade trees. A DESIRABLE HOME. NEWLY PAINTED AND PAPERED AND IN PERFECT REPAIR. The Hill Court Property is on a lot 88X425 feet, two story, seven room dwelling, hall, two porches (one enclosed,) basement, furnace, water and lights, bath and toilet, hardwood floors, all kinds of Fruit and fine garden. Large back lot, barn and garage. THIS PROPERTY IS IN FINE STATE OF REPAIR. Beautiful front yard, 1 1 sugar maple shade trees. Remember we "ALWAYS SELL" and this property is up for the "HIGH DOLLAR." Look before sale and be there. SALE BEGINS ON MAPLE AVENUE. , MONEY AND PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. If you dont see us call on Mr. Smith at his store, to show ' ' ' . you. SALT OF GREAT IMPORTANCE Little Chore That Is Often Neglect:d During the Summer Season-Regu- lates Digestion. A little chore that Is of great Importance In summer and one that Is the often neglected. Is that of stock that is on pasture. Cuttle, sheep on pasture will consume and horses more suit if they nave a chance to do so than they will when receiving dry feed. Salt acts as a regulator of the digestive system and Is necessary for proper growth and development, especially of the young growing animals. SWINEBROAD, e REAL ESTATE MAN. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. II l IruUntly relieves lnlr CrWiM-Stop- s fowartac. port." Hetty turned to Hie speaker with n rare smile, "I a not looking for M) V1TTJN1C UlkM tMtf TMNUW ship. C'up'n Andy, t wni pl.nlng the Ml3s srwtarftlu- game Joti rhlde me n inurli about will rru4 1 'make-belle.' I wn Just about to Cstsoty. inwulttt. tnrt en n Journey of dream" to Hie i R. i:. McROHCRTS, L.oc.H.r, K j world beyond the harbor the 'wonder I laud' that rail to me with the gold en olre of Opportunity" fnp'ti Andy shook hi grltrlnl head NEW "Atsst, there, little shipmate ' Ye miM tII shli notion outer yer purty loud' FARM BULLETIN V nd, I'm not sroldlii,' dearie." he ndd ed In n gentler lone "Onct I felt III' Now Ready For nine ri je do erhoiit lh' Ming h.irhor I u Hit rnuy ter see jir ln.itil Distribution wnnd!l.,il' I run crwnv ter Work More than M farms described, an' slgnid with III' fut (lop tin I need (let joir name on our mailing d a ml In boy." A reminiscent (.Irani list st once. brightened the speaker's failed blue iye. "Mie wus a rllpprr, bar none, tin Semonin - Goodman I got my fill o adventure; but will J II Incorporated Hetty, It wiisn'l belleie me now, Ml bit like I'd pictured It?" The kindly ir Louisville, Kentucky old tolce ended In a chuckle. "Kv'ry liloomin' sir rustle went up In moke o" call, an' by Hi" time nt th' fust rt Hi' old ship ticked fer home Hi' last ' my t re n" day dreams lied gone In Hi' loiird." They bad been walking along the windswept henili. Now they luriied Into the lime lending to Hetty' humble home. As be opened the rre.iklug gale the ' fkp'n said: "Jlt let th' old author Ver hold o a while longer, dearie It In my Registered hip I due wmii I fe Aberdeen AnNo I won't lay l fer wrathir Inine. mess; but lell jer grnn'dad ter keep gus Oattle for sale any.time the furecns'le lltht burnln'." cither se. any ntfe. Also rrtfis-Icr- nl Heitr watihrd the sturdy old figure I'ulnml Cliinn llou Bid 'VP? out of sight ere jdio entered the weather-beatecottage. As she pass-eA. D. BRADSHAW, the Ihlng room door she railed i theory creeling to her grandfather WALKER BRADSHAW. she enteled Hie Her step lasted kitchen, Then, reealllng the enp'n's Luiii'iister. Ky parting word, she blithely set about earning mini. prepar'ng the simple Km h wn the Inlluence of the genh t ' mariner's optimistic spirit. It bad al wn) been so, from Ihe day he lold child, her Idolised fa-tthe wlde-ejer would never rome back from Ihe "Hanks." The same sad day nw the birth of a series of wonderful sea yarns, more fasclnitlng than any f.ilry tale. Spun to lighten the child's grief they inud- n unexpected and lasting Impression. Some eight years later, Hetty, on th CHIROPODIST threshold of beautiful womanhood, an nouneed she had decided to Iteeome n writer and would specialise In Cap'n Andy's sea stories. With the payment rhek for her flrt story, Iletty bought a warm sweater for her ailing grandparent and n "high cargo for Cop'n Andy's pipe, , liner" i Her own young heart crated rose. I but her piartl'al eye seleiled a hardy I geranium. onicc llett' glance turned now to that '" ".Meow iiimw-oMoved plant Through the open window- "hot u small furry object, which like an etony GHcher Hotel, I streak, disappeared cellarward. "Why, Tommy Illaek what's the matter !" Danville, Kentucky. The distant rumble What, Indeed which preceded the kitten's hasty becam a roar, with a drumming accompaniment Iletty had neer hmnl with thunder. She approached the window with bated breath. A sharp cry eseaped her, as she In held a huge 11 ing monster cleaving Ihe mint. Ken as she looked, the greut man bird dove ldewa)i- then down to a shuddering stop In the wt sund. Heedless of nlud and rain, Hetty sped from the house. To the helnieted nud begoggleil pilot who struggled from the wrecked maCo. chine she seemed a veritable waterInmro rated gogglt sprite. As lie removed hi Iletty saw n thin stream of crimson oozing from his temple, Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittin"It's nothing," he said with a crook, SPECTACLES AND ed smile. 'Mint bumped an upright when the old girl smashed. Now, If EYE CLASSES there's H telephone stutlon anywhere In this neck of sand I'd like to call " the nearest naval stutlon Kiyptolu Artificial Eyes "Come to the house und C'ap'n Andy will send )our message from Ihe mis. Invisible lllfocal Ia'Us office." Her strong young arms guldei Mm across the uneven samN to the welcome ease of her grandfather's sleepy-hollofhnlr. Then, with cool, 4th A Chestnut Btai, deft lingers she bandaged tho ugly cut. All the while her heart beat wllh a LOUISVILLE, KY. new rhjtlmilc Joy that almost frightened her. Sh did not realise what a pretty picture she made In her simple gingham dress her sole ornament a quaint shell necklace fashioned by Cap'n Andy, The joung airman's keen Tho undersigned hereby rivo wnrn-n- g eyes also noted the carefully tended to all persons not to trespass upon geranium und ho secretly vowed to wear that particular flower on his next tur land; for any purposo whatever flight. Would It not prove n sacred is wo will prosecute all offenders to talisman If accompanied by tho fair tho fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take donor's prayers? He was Interrupted In his romantic notice. rousing by the entrance nf Cap'n An- Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Elkin, dy. The gravity with which the bluff Mrs. Emma Daniels, old mariner received ids Instructions It. U Arnold. nas belled by tho twinkle In hi eye. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, And as he trudged through tho mud Mrs. Emma lligginbothum, to tho iMistottlce his thoughts kept pace with Ids steps. Tho llltle girl's Edd and N. 1). Trice. ship he coino In jes I knowed It S. C. Itigsby. " wllh an would, but audible D, M, Anderson. chuckle, "I'll be shanghaied If I ever IC. lu Darker 11. L. Kclley. thought It would come by air I" (Copyright, McClurs Nswspspsr 8o. J. C. Rlgkby. V ANGUS- LAND STOCK FARM Dr. J. W. WEBER FOOT DOCTOR i ! i Southern Optical POSTED dlcale ) The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, S9pt4, 1919. 3 IHIIIWIMMMWWHMIMaa litres Mercer Oountv Farms ALL ADJOINING 5 Shis of Improvement AT- - Auction 9th 10 O'CLOCK s Tuesday, Sept son-in-la- On Danville and Shakertown pike. 6 miles Harrodsburg, 3 miles These farms belong to S. R. Wilder, his sons and Burgin, 2 miles Shakertown. Long 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. IMPROVEMENTS: On one tract 2 story 7 room dwelling, halls and porches, basement, Delco lights, water works, also hydrant 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: Another Tract: 7 room bungalow, stock barn, new 6 acre tobacco barn, basement, dairy house, out buildings, front yard to 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 are 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. The owners on the Farms, or W. T. Ewing, Real Estate Agent, Harrodsburg will show the farms. Or see, write or phone S XVINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager, LANCASTER, KY. Phone 174 or 384-F- , Lancaster between 6 and 7 A. M. Remember Dr J. B. Beck Sale, 71 acres, 3 miles Harrodsburg, Sept 10th. The 350 acre subdivision at City Limits of Danville, Sept. 16th and 17th. Net Result of Experience. people ihin't tumble whi'ti they try to get into liitiiiinock, they know tin topes. hecuue Wanted One of Them. IMIth, three, wiit wHlclilliK ii olrrni She jiIimmI In purilili. till the I'umelx iiime In ii inn 71'iixlit swaying li'. thi'lr ridermother Kite larlly, then rrled: 'i)h turtilui; to lor mother, liny me u h"ld pleiiie huy me a miklnxrlulr row." WOOD, STUBBS & COMPANY 7 lreferrel CUMULATIVE llipcrlenred ENOS SPENCER. Pica. CHAS. C. HARRIS. PREFERRED STOCK r VicIW Annual Kinking Knnd psjmrots of as In assets Hint illtldemU of net rriiliiKi will be used lu piirihsjw rrefrrred Slock it Ml or 111) and arvrunl dltHlcnd. Ket oatnlnza for past three years have averaged over four times dividend requirements on till stock. Net quirk iiwli equal $1:11 wr share m nil Prrfemit Slock, and total UK per share SUMS equal $'--U Special Circular on Request. PRICE 1 OO. Sacr-.- -l Mantilla. In Spain ii w.' uri'i niiintilin l n:li'lril liy law ,inl ninniil ln sold for JAMES C. WILUSON & CO. LOUISVILLE, 0 S. Fifth Street, 2 1 Anyway, Ht Found It. It Wlls nil Ol tidier I'.' I hllpH'lleil In meet in) nclchhor's llltli' girl on strol during si boot hours, 1 asked "t Iht Iihh It titiH'ii)'il Hint lie iiml she IhiI.ih tit tin with tit "Why, muiic surprise nml nnswcnil A KY. Promise With a Provlo. liny "f sU "I'- - being shown Ihriuiali the Art Institute by bin mother, wlm stopped before one of tln "I.I masters" mill, after explain Iieiiutj nml iilui nf the picInk' t ! ture, wiliI' ".Vow. dearie. wiiti-- t you ll.Hl'l J I'H kllOM. It'll I'lillllOtillS llll) l' promise In remember nil I have told I'lty for jnii uhniit lids plrturoV' Til.- - young liiV 'I hen, with liiii'i'fill said: "Yes, I will If .Mill wilt slo tnblcd: mo In tny Itriinrmii-i1never to lrlnir nn- - lure I ii Aioibn. It luiulm. " -I- 'hititt-n Tribune. ii u'ii 11." lui rar I think t'lilr.in ri NOTICE August is the month to assess your property, 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. "Philadelphia Meaaure." A k:oularly tMcortfcaiATCD institution or lcahnino Whin old I'hlladelphla wni laid 321 CUTHRin ETRECT, Ncrth cf PoatoiTico LOUISVILLT, KENTUCKY Brick. Steal Two-Storu wu uvil In (lie out u defeithe i tin A litiik structure sat survey. TliN rlinln made eaeli linn- - Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Traininc. Student N. V., with fixtures, bricks mill dreil feet tliree lln lien longir than It secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. was carried away lij lioulil hae heen. Property In much' everything, thieves. defined In of Philadelphia N tneaure. Ilenee the term Optimistic Thought. Surnames. "1'hlladelplila meanure," Surniimei lierati to be iiei! Crxt Tnte l pur.uel at a p- -i expenst Llttla Thing Count. thllll ftlhlnli. atnons the nnhlllty In 1200. A comma Ii h llltli1 thing, tint so Ii In tin wroiii Unladylike Behavior. ,i iltnhr In jour eye. Silk Once More Valuable. Ilernli'e wax In the linhlt of oil lit Dallv Thounht. plaie, llltli' things can ciiue a great ,.,. i . . .. i..... .in "u5 80 ' i her father on the telephone. On one of trouble. tirnrlty la Ihe ballast nf the soul' 1 , it . valuable k"m r"r 1,8 own weljht In partli'iilar ineailou he had lifted up which keeps the mind steady. -- Fuller. ! .". " colli, literally. the reeeher and had for the People of Little Worth. Tin- - truth Hint raitiiri- - of mini are uiimher wanted. After '.wilt Inn ahout To Stop a Creak. holy not llghtl) to In- - scorned. a minute the operator itold her to hane Combined Regliter. ii Crraklnc doon, windows and drawliuiy. After ers may ttie line Peslsneil for retnll storen which do A carelessness of lift- - nml beauty it be stilled by rubbloc with "lie hunt lli Nile esi'lnlnieil to her n luarkH Hit-- glutton, tin- - iilli-r- . mill the liulnei la a rotnblniil rn!i burd map. mother, Mandlnic elo.e hy; "Oh, recl-le- r. credit recister and adding fools In thi'lr ile.iilh ialh ncroos mamma, Ihe IhiIi iIuimsI me off the mudiiiie. Dally Thought. John Mactlcld. phone," To pfevrti a frlinil, three tlilncs lite iieiewiiry; to honor lilm preient, Counting the Coat. Smallest Inhabited Spot. piuNe llltli nlivnt, and liW hlin Id Could Drink Water, (In furniProspective Itrlili'Krooin The Wand holding the Kildystone neiewltlei. It ii I In it Saylni; irli--If nun. ml' the luniimi'r'ilile hev. hilt lil lighthouse Is the smallest hit of all iiiaki- me ture simp) These (In year around Inhabited land In the give up nil thouchts of tun rrln jr. I of iiiloulnl time u man nuild find - ihi'nprr to let tj.-- r ihilliliiL" to ipii'inh liU ililr-- f . he i.ai-- t world. now realize It'll Wanted Preture Reduced. am- - tin- - for of promise. Lui-ilo- Iiiim lieeti hard to Mitlfy. The I'Mirrlm Itnhby wan plajlnc III the urd mid fn'tii-r-- i lierauvo had rut hlmelf Imdly with n pleie wete tiiiiih Opinion. of Entire Village of Wood. they wire riilin id to iIiIiiMiil' water tin. Kittinltic In to muthiT I tied: The l:nhm built prlti- when tliey iiiine In the New World. "1'leai.e, mother, H:rn off Ho blood, or wood mid niofeil with wisid, rlpttlly What More Could She Want? Hut HUiiluviii. of Suleiii, proudly told or with straw mid stones, l'or this believe jou hue ii"'," lnt-oi- l In ioiiii'ioporiirh': "I 'iin and oft qulikl" "I don't reason there nte u many tires Hint, tin- - prolly tuiihli'ii. "I anticipated times do drink New Kuuland water m cordlns to s4tlstlcs, otie-llftl-i Courage Indispensable. Hint rriniirk," commented tin" uii'llioil-lea- l .ery well," of nil , Whether jou he nun r woman you the pc.ismit I'lilhu'i'i burn down every youth. n to' reached Into n pork-ctwill neer do HtijIhlnK In Ihe world yenr. or iutllnL' It In iiuolher way, "Hire I' an alllila.lt, duly awnrn PoUe. without imiruce. It Is the trealest every Iuium- - Itinis down after the to, wlilih ili'piiM'H that I ilo low )on." Sarsh llernhardt l credltisl with ipinllty of the mind to honor. jears. Thl si ems Improbable, hut It .Iinlee. does not James I. nlli' Alleti. t.eit having ald: "I'rettlness Is lellahle lufornintliiu. matter. If u wouiati haa charm and Who Claimed the Flower? energy, she can secure wbateier else Kiwer,M The uiliiNtrr who mailt the follow-Iiil- ' he desires loe, success, MH'tna to huM' iiiiiiiiuni'i'iiii'iit There l u dlnluctlon between rrettl- , pri'pariil for uiitowiinl ri'ult from nes and beauty. A high liN pri'in lilnc 'Thi'ti are witin lion'. ly powdered and muiied woman may j lie wihl, "for IIiom who ate be pretty, hut the beautiful woman has irs kIiU at Hie rlim of till" nrvli'i," to hate whnlfsnmeneas, cleanliness, OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. I'ompaiilon, Youlli'x nenttiess ami charm. And the latter Is the permanently endowed. Do Author Enjoy Writing? Sena In Superstition. In mi eilltorlnl on tl'i tliiaui'lal reaThere I often a coiumun-sens- e of tin late Ann Ha K. Harr tin son under!) log what, at first sight, New York World eU forth thai alnir Over One Half Million Dollars. lute nf wrltlos alnaja proilui'ex Hie seeuia merely a superstition. Take, for Ihe Instance, the old belief amongst collieit resulla. "V ohji'it," .'i ON "ROLL OF! HONOR."' who liers, that a mine miiih frequented by "A ranviivn of wrltfr Sun. uilili'Ti Ihe tieat roull. our RUeM N, mice la a lucky mine. We know now of Ihein that mice are peculiarly susceptible to uoulil klmw that nlne-li'MII. V. Hudson, 'resident, J. J. Walker, V. Pres. iloii't love In write. There l u K'w'l foul gases, and the presence nf undeal of liunk nboul It, and It la hard usually large numbers of these Utile V. O. Kigncy, Asst. Cachler. W. F. Champ, Cashier, to ki'I honeat nttiuira; many writer animals, therefore. Is proof posltlie of Mrs. X. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, are afinhl In -- ay they don't enjoy Ihe the absence of any danger. Heme tke ulleged "luck." wrlllni: Job." debt. Commercial School " CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets r.wi...i. i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, ept 4 1919. DISSOLUTION SALE -- OF Land and Live Stock on the Premises THURSDAY, SEPT. 11th, ' AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. TO EFFECT A SETTLEMENT WITH J. L. BOND & SON; WE WILL ON THE ABOVE MENTIONED DATE, WITHOUT RESERVE SELL THE BEAUTIFUL HOME AND 100 ACRES OF WHAT WE THINK IS AS GOOD, IF NOT THE BEST LAND IN MERCER COUNTY. home with nil modern conveniences, and the best planned country home we have ever seen, bath room There is an elegant two-stor- y complete, three porches, sleeping porch, etc. Has all necessary out buildings, including a splendid stock barn, nine-acr- e tobacco barn, one of the best orchards in the country, including 100 bearing cherry trees, one of the finest springs in Kentucky-i- n fact one of the best watered farms we know of. LOCATION THREE MILES FROM SALVISA, TWO MILES FROM McAFEE, EIGHT MILES FROM HARRODSBURG, AND ONLY ONE QUARTER OF A MILE FROM THE STATE PIKE. At the same time and place we will sell 100 fancy Stock Ewes, a fancy lot of yearling Cattle, one of the best pair of Mules in the country, and other stock. Liberal Terms on land and stock, will be announced on day of sale. Mr. Bond or son, who reside on the farm, will take pleasure in showing same before day of sale. For further information see BOLIVER THE BOND & SONS, VEESAILES, KENTUCKY 0E LEXINGTON, '.is.' iOR THE UNITED REALTY COMPANY, KENTUCky. Eitreme Views. lews are n..(.r Jut; nla)s turns up which disturbs the calculations formed iiKin this data Avoid Very Few Are. "No man I ccr saw," Mild Kncle Kind cf 2 Mixture. Khen. "was quite us good his own-se'- f At the dli.ner table Hubert was us he thought cv'jbody else ought us that "a new Icld ennie to school to he." today." As I always take an Interest. Ir his M'hool affairs I nsiied, "A boy or girl" "Well, I don't know, 'cause It They (.till Survive. t.euis pants, but It's got curls." Chi Office Phone 18. Residence Phnne 33. Our young friend Clarence cago Tribune. says he nun u dollar to Chicago for u "Never-fallinClear Lighter" and received by mail a box of safety Seek Perfection. matches. New Orleans States. Aim at perfection In everything, though In most things It Is unattainable; however, they who aim nt It Paws Here for Reflection. and persevere will come much nearer Said tho facetious feller. "The main ' Man Who Moves the World. to It than Some Romance Needed. difference between valuable city prop-ert- y despondency those whose laziness and Tlu- - rncnnnhl.. limn adapts himself make them giro It up as If life has never led you down Hip and valuable dogs Is that the v. to the unrM: Hi" unreasonable one paths of roinnnn-- , go In search Chesterfield. of It e. p. Is by the front foot, while unattainable. persists In trying Jo adapt the world j Kind it In In to- - the dog Is Jest charged for all over." ntP your-o- lf to hlmelf. Therefore all progress de- mantle play. Tor, you need romance. Rubber Easy to Cultivate. pends nn the unreasonable man. fier- - I.H It lift ji.ii mit of tho workaday After four or tle years of xi ml culnanl Fliavv, Forests of Camphor. world und refresh von. tivation n rubber plantation requires One of the Important of I monopolies Is the camphor pro practically no care, except to see from duction of the Inland of Formosa. The lime to tln.e that other trees which present iireu of camphor afforestation may hae gotten u start, ure cut nut. Is 10,030 acres, nnil Mime of the trues The yield of rubber gum begins about the seventh year under f.norable conure from 500 to l.lmo e;irs old. dition, and tontlnues thereafter w RIGNEY Slam at the Centlc Sen. Chums. Dimensions. "If dar was any sho'-'nuMoney may not bring happiness, but The Atlantic I may be only 1C mermaids.'' raid uncle Khen, beautiful many people hcllete that the two "u lot o' hours wlili', hut Km Jut as deep us human ladles would git Jealous an' travel In company. Iloslon ever. New York Sun. drown dclre'fs Iryln' to Imitate "cm." Kitremo Ill -- null. Funeral Director and Embalmer. Lancaster, Kentucky. STOP! LOOK! Wo LISTEN! to do all kind. mt are equipped with machinery of AUTOMOBILE AND CAS ENGINE AVERY and MOGUL WAGONS Farming All Kinds of Implements. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Must Have Something to Feed On. Affis-tlocall withstand verv seiern storms of strife, but not n long polar Women Doctors. fiwt of downright Indifference. Ijivu It was In 1ST I that Ihe London will subsist on wonderfully little hope, School of Medicine for Women wn but not altogether without It. This was the first of Its founded. ilass. Shortly afterward women were allowed to take the medical degreu ol Who Could, Indeed? the L'nlwrsltics of Dublin. London English nil Her "Mix l.iliih delightful golf up to the hole, hut and Durham. Hut It has been In more recent years that the fair sex In large when once she had lirrlml there tho result was almost ludicrous. sin. numbers hare diluted to practice. could not hit the ball truly with her puttee." About the Diamond. The diamond Is tho hardest alone known. Its name (French, dlumant) Is Tuberculosis Among Chickens. ilerhed from the Creek udamao unTwo Krench dentists contend that tamable. The word was probably at1(1 per cent of the chickens In that tached to the stone because It country have tuberculosis nnd that the the idea of Intinclble hardness. disease runs us high us 28 per cent No acid will scar It; no soltcnt wilt among poultry In sonio other coun dlssohe it. Ages may pass without tries. dimming the luster of Us adamantine face. Male and Female Swimmers. How Character Is Revealed. Swimming comes easier to women than men because the specific gratify The little things that we do without of their bodies Is less than those of thinking are the things that tell whut men. Tho proportion of flesh Is great- we really are. We may detlre to poser In the body of u woman than In that sess a character that we have not yet of a man and the proportion of bone attained, or we may pose for the kind Is less. Therefore the woman Is light- of person we are not, but our unguarder In proportion to her size and floats ed movements betray us. Whtt we are more readily. This gives her an ad- speaks more loudly than what wo ay. vantage us a swimmer. REPAIRING 'e can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charger antl are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and. Oxygen Welding we can weld 'most any broken part of nn gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be' glad to come to your rescue cither day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for I' ords and other makes of cars. Wo handle the Now Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than anv other gasoline on the Market. Wc also furnish Free Air and are ciuippd to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction Ma-chiauto-mobile, On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT I If If IfV The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 4, 1919 S" "BAUGHMAN HEIGHTS" AND The FOGARTY FAR M A T- We sell the earth. Now in position to locate you at Danville, Kentucky, the garden spot of the world. Where Land, Stock, Crops, Health and Knowledge is the magnetic point of the universe. Where Blue Grass grows the tallest. Soil the deepest. People live the longest. Stock the finest. Schools the grandest. I m I t o o a f M t X t : HESDAT. SEPT. 350 ACRES IN BUILDING LOTS, 16' TRUCK GARDENS, At Ten o'clock, two days, we offer you absolutely at your own price the most desirable suburban property ever offered adjoining this thriving little city with a national reputation. SMALL FARMS. LARGE FARMS, . I1H , SEPT. 17 : : a ANY SIZE YOU WANT. IMPROVED Danville is the "growin'est" town in Kentucky. Not only Boyle County but surrounding counties arc tributary to Danville. The home of Center College and Kentucky College for Women, Graded and High Schools. TJhe very best railroad facilities, nearly $1,000,-000.0- 0 has been appropriated for the A.2STD UNIMPROVED. Railroad terminal, and they have purchased over 400 acres of land for that purpose. Kentucky's best tobacco market.. .Boyle, a county of fine pikes and fertile land. Make your home in the midst of a hospitable and cultured people. Danville's fine streets, beautiful churches, dry goods and department stores, hotels, three progressive Banks and its business of every kind would be a credit to any city five times its size. Space forbids further details, but all conditions and surroundings point to further advancement in the value of real estate in Boyle county and in and around Danville. Remember Swins broad Always Sells, We are offering to the Public the opportunity of a life time. The young man may lay the foundation of a fortune in the purchase of this real estate. The old may leave no better estate. Better than Bonds or Insurance is Investment in Mother Earth. This subdivision has been made after careful consideration It of all conditions and circumstances. has been made with a view of present and future development. The small farms so arranged to make future lot subdivisions and Danville is just "Bound" to spread in this direction. It has been laid off with streets easily accessible. The lots wide and deep, with beautiful BUILDING SITES. The streets will be contracted for. The City water mains will be extended. Electricity already there. Natural drainage for sewerage. LOOK Before THE SALE. A LOOK MEANS A LOT. BUY A LOT IN BAUGHMAN HEIGHTS ON BAUGHMAN BOULEVARD OR WAVELAND AVENUE." Be a "Booster" for Boyle county Real Estate. Buy a small tract or lar -- ger whatever you buy will enhance in value. This land is extraordinarily fertile, Ifnown as "Craig's Gold Mine." EASY TERMSWill take Liberty or Victory bonds in payment. About 25 acres, or more, if you want it, will be sold with the Fogarty improvements facing on Gose pike and consisting of a splendid seven room dwelling, porches, beautiful yard and shade trees, barn and.other out buildings, fine spring and dairy house, everlasting stock wat er. FREE DINNER. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE A GOOD TIME EVERYBODY COME BRASS BAND J. H. Baughman, I. M. Dunn, B. G. Fox, J. H. Jennings, G. L. Toombs, Danville, Ky., or G. B. Swinebroad and W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. I. M. DUNN & CO. REAL ESTATE BROKERS SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN Col. Boliver Bond, Auctioneer. tltllimWMWWWXHMWMM ) Sale Managers. ) : s i : The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 4. 1919 'IMPORTANT FACTORS , IN LOCATING WELLS PIES VS. LIES Cy NELLIE GORDON. 1 MM I Carefully Avoid Close Proximity to Source of Pollution. Water Carrying Germs of Infection Cause of Typhoid Fever, Tuberculosis and Other Ailments Some Safeguards. i , li 'fl'repare.l be the rnltr-states IVr-armetit of Asrli ulturr ) y Convenience nml flrt cost not safety have been tin- - deciding In liirntlnc thousands of farm .factors trcjls. On tl" nteraire three out of four wells nro ulihln 7." feet of tlio back door of tlic house umt In the f Hip barn. mini' proximity to barnyards, sink ilr.ilii", nut bulldltiEs, nml Mher s"'irr- - of pollution seriously lm- -' ,.alrs tlic valor supply, makes It Tyami destructive In hrnltli. phoid fever, tnbcrrtilosls, hookworm rfKe.i.ie. (holerti, dysentery, and diarrhea are iimniii; the ullrnrnts caused or Influenced hy contaminated water, and maladies jiuh ns line rlmlern, anthrax anil disease of lire Muck hare been traced to water which rnrrlei the terms of Infection. Well cannnt lie Indited In all cases that there may imt lie some pollution, hut the (Treat safeguards nre clean rrniind and ns wide separation ns possible fnim the probable channels of sny Impure drainage. It Is not enniiirh that a well or spring lie Ml, 100 or ISO feet from a source iif tilth or merely upon higher cround, nllhnuu'li even miKlerate remoteness mid eleMitlnn of tin- - Miurce of supply are desirable, (liven porous or gravelly cround, seamy pollution of ledge, or one plat of land, the tone of contamIs likely to extend long ination particularly In downhill dlree-dlonand at such time ns water sii- piles are lowered hy drought or heavy I pumping. Only when the surface of .the water In a well or spring I actually at a higher level at all times than source of filth Is there pos-ittloiny near-bassurance of safety. GRIT Not 16 cents or 17 cents But 15 cents wMfsi Velvet Always Hits a 3 Bagger: Sight' THEN pers to enjoy life. Smell Taste e, right it's easy to get to the homc-platdown in an old coat and slipyou snuggle red-blood- To begin with, Velvet Tobacco, in its jolly red tin, has a wholesome generous look to it Nothing namby-pamb- y tin full of about it A folks. for tobacco, red-blood- ed ed red-blood- ed OF GREAT IMPORTANCE Open it up and you get the fragrance that Nature stored in the tobacco during eight changing seasons, while it mellowed in great wooden hogsheads. Takta Place of Teeth In Preparing Teed for Further Digestion Keep It Handy. I.'repared by ths United States Department of Agriculture.) Grit Is essential to the health of fowl and to economy In feeding. Orlt takes the place of teeth In preparing the feed for further digestion and l required for the proper preparation of feed In the gizzard. When the feed Is not properly taken care of In this or- inm an undue strain Is thrown on the jfuKl'. system, often resulting In ills- lease, and also allowing much of the 'nutriment to pass throuf.li the bird's I mly without belnj absorbed. In every x u or yard a box of grit fchould be And say! It's great! That good, natural fragrance of Kentucky's wonder tobacco Burley No camouflage about it King of Pipe-lan- d. No dolling up. Pack a pipeload. Light up and you'll get the fragrance of real tobacco the incense to solid comfort And a mild, pleasant taste, that only our Nature-agein- g method can impart You will never taste a finer cigarette than the one you roll with Velvet Fifteen cents a tin not a cent more, Batter upl Chickens as a Side Line Are Profitable on Any Farm. 'kept, sary feed, giving the fowls hones and a bright plumage. EXHIBIT OF SMOKED necent Investigator have that grit Is a Iirt of the neces- ktrong MEATS A friendly pipeful make even the umpire teem human. al-m- r IMethods of Curing Meats In Different Waya to Be Enplalned at Iowa ' Swine Show. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) The national swine show for lUl'J will be held at Des Moines, Iouu, Sep- to October I. This unnuul tetntier wilt Is without dimht the most Important one runnel ted with the swine Industry. At the WIS show held fit Cellar lliipld, Iowa, the ljulteil States department of agriculture made un exhibit of smoked meats. It Ik the of the depurtmeut this )enr ;ti. make a mud) larger exhibit than It (did lu 1U18. In addition to the show-lin- g of smoked metitN, the methods of li urlui; incuts in different vtn.ts will be I'ipluliieil. The home curing of pork Is one being studied hy many funncr who lime heretofore been In the htihlt of purchasing their meats from the local dealer. FEEDING ENSILAGE TO COWS f --the friendly tobacco It I THE NATIONAL BANK OP I ANC ASTER. Animals Not Only Pay for Feed In Summer, but Will Be In Good Condition for Winter. Do not wait too long when tiles ure bad and the weather Is warm to open your silo and begin feeding ensilage to your cows. They will not only pay fur their feed In the summer, but will be In much better eoiidltlim In the winter months, to do better work, l)u not fell to have some sort of simile pi the pastures If you wish your tows to do vell In the hot summer months, A that has to light tiles In the sun kail day will nut iflve large returns lu the pall at ulgut. Capital $50,000. A. li. DENNY, President. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. It. HAIUilS, Individual Book-keepe- .Surplus J. $30,000. Vice-I'res- t. K. STOlt.MES, C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. r. HU.ill MOBLKY, General j I 0. Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. H, Swineuroud, Alex U. Denny, J. II. Posey, J, K. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Doesn't Know It All. when the liriiud nen ifruduute Im'L'Iii- - i nmpiirtiiL' notes with the men who hiito been tnUiik' a -- " or HMeiiri -I miL'rililllllle course III the I'lillei:.' of' Hard Knock" that he it k . I to be' told Unit there Is sllll Mitiielhlin; to loll, be done In the way of ui'ipilrliiK more Hut, the hupp) wiek drew lo a ilo-- e wNloin, - Huston Transcript, lis nil hupp) things seem to lime a liiil.lt of doing, unil they walked toward IIiiIIi'h boarding bouse on their last Family Pride, n It exists lu society, evening together. pride, "I think this has been the happiest see.us to Im oh e mi absurdity. Inns-miii- li week of in) life," announced Ilob, "and us the honor of helnir descended from n ureal iiihii Increase esactly I dreud going buck home tomorrow, as the decree of I onsauiitiliilly ID hliu (lb, Itulh, I know- this must seem aw' illiulnNliei; for hl Immediate de- fully sudden to ) nil, dear, but I want I scendants are its mere upstarts com-- i .Mm to come with me, or shall die of p:irs to such of bis remote Hiterlty loneliness," the illspeller of loneliness, And Until, I .! ihii trace their oiIkIii to their srest sh)ness, and prom proueiillor, bsrk Ihroiiicli n perlisl of forgot hir terrible Isrd. liuiny .tears. John ilalciduu iC'upfllalit. 1:. MrClurs Nwat.ipr Syu dlcats ) DENTIST j;, minul ... i. Local unit (irtleral Anesthetics RlrK" she nl.'o.' shoulcd. "What do joii think? The Ml. Wiisli-Instot- i Allium .tercil. Pitln Iteduccd to the ducks lomi.rrow iifieneniti ut minimum methods Most modern .:::o And Jack's on It." emplo)cil, All work uiuratitccd. "So Is ; rrled May. Office over Slunnrn' IlriiK Store. "And Joe," nd.leil Helen Jo) fully. Ijiiu-iMit- . K) I'hone --- '.I i:or.Mitic had answered esrept unlet Iliith Itetit. A iiimparatliely new In tl It). "I notice Until hnsn't said an) thine," teased (iraie. Til wajer there's some tfaTrrJaliiiiiHH special 'lie' on that Ismt that she's Exclusive thlnkln: iihuut. t.'oiue, 'fess up, !.s Isn't therej" upiuniBirisi. I'oor Ittith's cheeks l.urnetl with hip mllliitlnn; If she were out) able to say DANVILLE, -- i KENTUCKY. ")cs," but lump rose In her thioat Opposite Gilcher Hotel. nod she couldn't answer. Offics Hours 8 to 12 and I lo S p.m. "I know It," triumphed llrsre; "she doesn't answer. That's why she has M. S. been o unlet. She's been wallliiR for him." Itillh opened her mouth to protest, but HATFIELD stopped. Why shouldn't she let them DENTIST on ttiliiLlntr that there was some, S Office ovar Ths Garrard Bank one? Perhaps they would treat her with s little more ropert hereafter. Phonsi Odics 5. Rs.idsncs 370. Just before rlii-li- is KENTUCKY. time the office LANCASTER, manaier made the snnouncement Hint In view of the sriM-ni- l lnirret shown In the of the transport the next afleruiHin would be half holiday so that the girls mltht so down to the pier. MINERAL DIRECTOR Ills words were greeted with treat dee, ami they Immedlatel) becnu mnk-Itij- ! (Wire (Iter Nstional Hank. plans fur the mnrron-- . "I'll tilt )mi what. Klrls," becau llrsiv. the Residence I'hone X Otlire I'hone I.ANCASTKU. KV. leadlns spirit, "we'll nil jo down lis Kither dlreit from the office. AihI I was jii.t tlilnklne that the ho)s inlcht nppredate s.uiiethlin- - In the tine of j sweets. You know, the) don't Bel lIUHll of that In the arm), so win wouldn't II lie II CimmI Idea for each of lls to brlnj a pie?" I . nml The lile.i was Instill y 1. Kontuokv Lick. the qlrls srpnrated. promlliu- - to t.rlns: the most delicious pie ni.ble In the inorultii:. 1'iHir Itulh! Iter harmless white He. If He It could be called, was iiniiiiinr VETERINARIAN. alsrmlni: proirtl"ns. What should she do? Calls Answered Promptly Osr or 'I he mli;hty Mount U'ashltiKton, bear Niil't. Pkooe 317. Ine her prei-lou- s rarto of khakl-clai- t heroes, was stenmliii; toward the bar LANCASTER. The din of ilsnjlnz bells, plers Iiie whistles, and eiple shoiitlne, all testified to the slieniltilt weliotne wbhli awaited them line lad, standliiL a little apart, leaned oer ttte rail watrblni; the near-ImFine Cut Flowers. ill) ky Hue. The thrill that be had felt upon hearlne the iiol) wel come had died away. IimUui: In Its John M. McRoberts. stead a dull ache of loneliness. If only there would be some one there, who would - IomMiie for him alone. It B. bad been hard to listen to the other thaps, whose mothers, sisters and sweethearts were on the pier, walltn? to greet them. - KENTUCKY. Hob Crandalt was ao orphan, from a STANFORD, far western city, who had enlisted at GIVE ME A TKIAL He had the hexilinliitf of the wrar no relatives, and what few friends he Satisfaction Guaranteed. had were hundreds of miles from here. The alrl. after s hast) liinih, nr BOOKKEEPING rlied at the pier In due time. After fjL 8aslassa.PhMraay the docking of the boat, It lit Is had s TYPEWRITING and somehow' become separated from the TELEGRAPHY others In the monster irowd. She M I I ik. ITHIUIINEMCOUiaE leaned against a sist wearily, protect M.ffD'slll hk , Ine her precious pie as best she could. It si FrnVtil lt-s- jWfttptiw U He lM M t4tkl( Suddenly she spied one chap, stand Ulrwt WlLBt'M R. Mr- 1TM. LBl I ii C alone, an uuiisual fact, as most of the fellows were surrounded by a small feminine army. At slht of his rather weary face, a darlnx Idea popped Into FRUIT AND SHADE TREES her head. She walked oer to him and l STRAWBERRY PLANTS, touihed bis n mi. ! CLIMBING VINES, t'ranilall turned quickly, hat In hand, and asked courteously: "An) thing I SEED POTATOES, can do for )ou?" RASPBERRIES, All of ltuth's newly aeipilrcil murage GRAPE VINES, ze away from her. "Why, seemed t sudden, you er, that Is )ou see, PERENNIALS, girls hoe Into sight, and her ly the HEDGEING courage returned, and she quickly SHRUBS, blurted out the whole tale. ROSES, All the weariness (hopped from Hob's faie, and he laiiched beartll). ETC. "I'll be delighted to act as your Uancee, LAWN and GARDEN. nud also to eat that delicious looking FREE llluitrst.d Catalof. pie. .My name Is Itohert I'rundall, mid as 1 believe It Is customary for people NO AGENTS. to know- eai h other's names. I will hae to ask yours." Then the girls Joined them mid EVERYTHING for ORCHARD followed. When they were LEXINGTON. KY. again nloue, Until began to voice her gratitude. "How can I ever th.itik )oii?" she said. "Well, If )oll feel Indebted to me, perhaps )oi would be willing to show Me this wonderful city of yours while I expect to remain here I nm lieie. lll.iilll 11 week, II IK I then I leiite for the West," niiswered the )oung man. mid then begun a Itulh i underfill week for the two lonely )ouiigtct. Although Iliith hud been In the ell) n few- mouths, she hud seen little of It, and the outings were us wonderful to her us lo her compati Into the "OH. , At exactly (, p. (,,.. W. A. WHEELER tlir-- t J.J.Byrne 25'" ns J. A. Beazley 'i H. l. PATRICK, DtsntlMt. Paint Or. Printus Walker lr. Honaker Auctioneer. J. DINWIDDIE, III !. NOTICE I" H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons HazeWood Sansloriom Tor the Treatment vf TuVr;iiJis Milnulncil ly the Loui.vlilo Antl.Tubciiulo. ItAssodation for tlie ticitmrnl ( tubci-tulot- li In til it stages et l;n th:n oil. Itjtri I5.C0 s:r neck, lloding boaij, nielli:! attention, laundry, etc. Ilili Rioaud com. Handing rstenslie view. Delighl. fill suirounjins. Srschl rates lor i-- i.l .. lift IfsAtn.vst II sScssvtl IHilbts. tM4 fr i, i;iHa, i. ciur,., ptHtlt s(u.ir. BIG AUCTION o It nVL SUE e. r. Hudson md a. w. a a a s It I t a a i it ii s i uuum m or 368 acres 5th I I X Three miles from Lancaster, on the Lancaster and Buckeye turnpike Friday, September 10:00 A. M. : I t t : I This sale will last but 50 RAIN OR SHINE. minutes so be on hand promptly at hour advertised. FREEValuabIe Presents and Souvenirs, Simply as an inducement to secure a large attendance and to create some fun and amusement, mingling pleasure with business, Valuable Souvenirs and presents will be given away FREE, and whether a buyer or merely a spectator, your chance at the presents is the same, if you are on hand promptly at 10 A. M. OWN YOUR OWN HOME! TERMS VERY EASY. These tracts will be sold right on the ground so you can see what you are buying, and REMEMBER, there will be no at tliis sale. We have been in business 10 years, and we have sold land from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and never yet have we in a crowd. In the past you have bought land at the owner's price; at this sale, you make the price, let the owner placed a make or lose. The opportunity of a lifetime for a safe and conservative investment and AT YOUR OWN PRICE. Carnegie. "YOUNG MAN, OWN A SPOT OF GROUND SOMEWHERE"! No one will disagree with us when we say that Real Estate is the Root of Riches, the basis of all wealth, and is positively bound to increase in value; millions of people being born every day, but no more real estate being made; will you place your money in automobiles, pianos, and wild cat stocks, or will you place it in the bosom of Old Mother Earth, and create a competence for your old age? Or if you are already beginning to travel down the shady side of the span of life, look back and think, if you had only followed the rule of putting all your savings in dirt? Do not say, "I'm too old;" many a fortune has been made in real estate after a man is seventy. BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO IS: by-biddi- ng by-bidd- er ! S S THAT: This property is being subdivided into small tracts and will be sold so you can get any size you want. Colonial style Dwelling, 2 large tobacco barns, 1 water, concrete pools, good fences, etc. THAT: It is improved with attractive Excellent Stock barn, abundance ot J 2 THAT: THAT: THAT: This is a high, healthy and most beautitul location. Those who stand quiet and see the other tellow own these tracts, three years from now will be crying that old song, It , onlv bought at the Hudson and Kavanaugh Sale see what it would be worth today". . .. I I. had This farm is ready for the plow, about 800 acres in grass, and will raise Hemp, Tobacco, Corn or anything you want. WATCH THESE TRACTS INCREASE IN VALUE. But will you stand and watch the other fellow reap all the benefit? Get in on the ground floor and reap some of the harvest that is sure to come to the wise investor. MEET US AT THE GRAND AUCTION SALE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, AT 10:00 A. M. LADIES ALWAYS WELCOME. Mr. A. W. Kavanaugh, on the farm, or Mr. Green Clay Walker, wiil take pleasure in showing you over the property before date ' . of sale. . The United Realty Company. O. T. WALLACE, General Manager. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 4, 1919 SUCCESS OF COMMUNITY MARKET DEPENDS ON SUPERVISION BY COMPETENT MANAGER tt n AT fPlfrl FYS 3 j?c before tiis war a package US jh Farmera Line" Alerg t!ie Curb of an Cattern City Market. (Prepared by tti 1'rttsd Stale" tptrt. mem. ot Vigilance- Is the price not only f liberty l.iit of Micccs.ful tiui-'.c- i A city inoo-.itltt.nrkctln.. :nny hao Pne Lull. Hut- - mul tpil-men- t, It l mitIiM pj lust unli" ti competent tiMttntrr who d tlgcntlv uorked-oii- t s) dem of ei. force u Ir nitlnii, tin1 enterprise will s,,nor r later f.ill. TM Is the rck on v. lit, li pniclhully nil unsuccessful nur-lif- t have broken, say rhy mar-k- i Ins sporlallsi of the 1,'nlted State ilt inirtmcnt if agriculture. If a "tcm of municipal market" I . proble m !mt so opt ruled n ic. pie oin pun base food more limply than t other fol dl"trlhut-In- ; agencies, the "tcin I not Jutl-tl- . il. tin' bcllee. Willi. It truo tlirt public market are useful In tlint they a'mhle mul make read-llntnlliiMi' n large assortment of rcr-taipriMlucts, some of whhh might y otherwise ho wiistisl, t Ii K I of minor Itiipnrtanie In determining the market's iicce. market" may also benefit pracliy furnishing tically all consumer priIII stimulate ci iiictltlon which to opervate food dispensing airem-ie- s ate more efficiently unit to chart:. lower price, than tiiey would If the competition of the market iliil not exlt. Hut ptihlle market ciitmot bring lower pricei unless the cost of operation I le In them than elsewhere. Thli largely the problem of the market i manager. Give Manager Unhampered Field. The first essential to u iici eful market l a competent. manager. A man und pmgre-;l- e wlih modern merchandising mctliiHii should he procured een If ked 1 more than at tlrst the snlary No lirlvate comseem neieary. mercial enterprise would think of placing a plant in which 1 . 0 or more has tieen In. cited In charge of an Incompetent, poorlj.pald manager. Tlili ha been done, however, hy nome city n arketa with very unntlfactory Such a market has never come up to expectation" and the community which It In Intended to sire. a neil as many oterver. have been led rightly to quentlon the work of the whole municipal market Idea. The manager mii't have an unhampered field In which to work. In addition to having satisfactory iule ment he mut make and enforce Uriel, regulation" ly good, practical sanitary governing the method" of doing hui-lie-- " on the part of the dealer" In the market. To do thl". he mut he given almo"t dictatorial power and not h ohstructed hy politic" or other nut"lde Intluence-i. AUCTION SATURDAY v during the war c a package 5 THE FLAUGR SO DOES MERCHANDISING METHODS September At Two o'clock. 13th On Richmond Street less than two blocks from the Public Square in Lancaster. The former home of S. G. Haselden, now occupied by Mrs. John Bogie and recently purchased by G. C. Walker, will be sold absolutely to the highest bidder on alpove date. Modem method" of merchandising, which hive brought sue ces" to the foremen b'sines'e" should be of the country, hroutht to the attention of dealmarket" by in er" mnnager. Thl th" market should be one of bin particular ftimtlon", nnd be should be selected largely with n Uew of hl knowledge of merchandising, ability hi" enthusiasm nnd to Inspire cmitbleuce In and ole tain results from the cb.s of men who operate m.irket stalls. The mutiuk'er should get hi" dealer" together from fine to time mid talk to ttieiu on merchandising llleho-!s- , tie should spend muili time In the market observing operation" and sugand gesting tiuproxrmcht. should let it be understood that be will be glad at any time to help In the solution of any problem that may arle. pay higher prices In order clo may take adv.in-!ag- e of the fret delhery and free credit. One of the tlrnt ruie of n market, therefore, should tie that will not be pennlttid to grant ledit or delhrr go.il" at the dealers' xpense. Smaller Proflta. The market mnnager slioubl lnl)t to dealers In the murket that the sav Ings effected b them as compared wdh outlde dealers, by reason of the lower rental" and the ahseuie of de llery and creillt expense", should be pas-e- d n to the consumer In lower price. Itecaue of decreased operating expenses, dealer" In the market can sell at considerably reduced prlcea and villi make the rame margin of net profit an the average atorekeeper. An a matter of fact, they can well afford to take u somen bat smaller margin of profit, alncr fair reduction n compared with other of prlcea will attract more customer" aad so will build up the volume of their business ami Increine the rapidity of their turnover. The result will be that the aggregate net Income built from a large number of small milt profit", together with saving In wate of good" due to their rapid inotement, will be greater and often tcry mm h gieater than Incomes built by private "service" store from larger but fewer profit which are subject to reduction from spoilage because of alow mule ment of good". make ttu-- LSTS PRICE! WE If 1S7 that Miineone This splendid home has seven rooms, two halls, large verandas, both front and back, splendid bath room, electric lights, all secretly wired, hard wood floor in hall, handsome cabinet mantels .with tile hearths, kitchen sink with pressure tank for range included, splendid cistern, dandy barn with new galvanized roof, garage with room for I wo cars, concreteykllc around the house and in front, plenty of shade and fruit trees, large garden, and large poultry yard, in fact every thing to make an ideal home for any one. This property is close in and can be easily used for two families 10 or apartments. If you are thinking of buying a home you will do well to look at this property as it is one of the best arranged and located homes in Lancaster. As you know Richmond Street is one of the best resident streets in Lancaster and will always rent readily and for a home or for an investment is an opportunity for some one. Possession January 1st, 1920. Are You? I am 5 Room Gottap at Auction At same time will sell just across the street from above described property a Five lights.splendid cistern, garage, barn, garden, hen house, meat house, in fact all ary out buildings. Everything in the best of re pair with new metal roof on dwelling. This property will be sold to the best bidder,' possession January 1st, 1920. This property is rented for the year for $240., and prpperty will be sold subject to this' and contract will be turned over rent purchaser. These two homes will be sold lutely to tlje highest bidder without reserve or con-trac- t on very easy terms. Remember the date, Saturday, September 13th at two o'clock. United Unity i Development Co J. S. HASELDEN, General Manager. Renting Market Stalls. Mot KUcceful market" rent the "tall" from month to month. Ily this method, no question of n long ene will interfere with ejecting a dealer to colltiuct ill" In Cllle lie refll-e- " In uccordance with the market rule" and regulation" and In the lc"t Intereita of the market n a whole. All equlmient. imeh n" counter", rack", colil"lnrugi hove" uTld. If po"lhle computing frcales, ftlmuld to1 owned hy the city, m that no dealer will acquire property rights In the permanent fix ric Room ture" in the "tall. The manager lnmld etert every effort to attract dealer" of the het necess- - t to the market. He kliuuM re quire all occupant" of stall" to keep xlniple, uniform records which should he mallahlc for I.Ik examination , o that he cull anccrtiil.i at least the tnlttrni of hunlne"" of each dealer, the dealer's nut of doing luiiiio" nnd hi" net profit". In all his cflorta to hetter mercluin ihslng method" In the market, the 1920, manager hhnuld keep In mind two fun- il.imental thing": (1) To Jullfy the o!ltence of the. market, ioikiiiiiith than to1 niut ohtatn food more iheaplyprivate i ran be obtained from most CJ) to Induce the dealer" to abso- Klores; make thin cheaper food polhle, they by-bi- d, must he ghen u greater aggregate return than If they were In l.uslnes" Tl. mi rely im private atorekeeper". competent manager. If glon iidcquate hy the city, can uciiunpllsli jinwera holli iilms. (Hie of the llrst regulation iliould In to atrip from the price of food product" as completely n" possible nil charge" for servliv normally hidden In the price. A dollar upeiit In the market should bring u dollar's worth of food, not, nay, 8.1 cent"' worth of food, In cent"' worth of delivery and 3 cents' worth of credit. The majority of those who buy In the market pay rush and carry nway their It 1" manifestly unfair to CAREFULLY Of Much KILL ALL WEEDS Importance That No Noaloua Plant Become Large Enough to Produce Secda. W. T. KING, THE AUCTIONEER AND LAND SELLER. Will sell your land, no matter where situated, for the High Dollar, at 2 per cent, and pay for Weed" keep on coming up nil through the Mason, and must be carefully remotcd. for u single weed may produce enough seed to Infest the whole garden next season. So It I" Important that no weed" become large enough to produce and ripen seed. The use of stable manure I h source s of fresh ti.fecllon, n till" Hsuilll many weed seed". Thl" danger d may be mold.sl by using only manure on the garden, keeping Irch manure In a lompost heap for The seed" will M !o:i( six troiilh". be sprouted or killed by the heating ..r ill., manure. Some of the lilant food I" lost by composilng. but It I" nude up by the tietter plisH'iil rnnuiiinn or the inn n urc. POULTRY FEEDING all advertising l.t provided you give me your land Rock Bottom figures. Others charge you 5 per I lent. do my own auctioneering and boosting, SYSTEMS Labor la Saved and Ltii Danger of Dowel Trouble In Olvlna Fowla Their Feed Dry. (I'rrpared by the railed Hutv tkpart ment of Agriculture.) There ure two system" In use for the feeding of fowls. In one of whlih all lie feed I ghcii dry mid In the other of which one or more of llieil illy feed" consist" of it moistened mash. Tor coincidence they may be tinned the system, "dry feint" and the "ina-- h although In the dry feed system n dry mush Is oflcn fed. Dry feeding I ucd by many where It l not couieulciit to inolsiciosl iiuti. make and foil The greatest advantage" to he ierlcd from the dry sjslcin nre the s:nln.' of labor und the lessemsl il inger of bowel trouble resulting from sloppy or outel uaslien. will sell your land privately, at auction or any way you desire. See me before you do anything and let me give you some good advice. Few more farms for sale at reasonable prices. W. T. KING Tho Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 4 1919 HARROWS, BROWN WAGON, MOWERS, P1TLESS SCALES, Mis j Allic Dunn was n visiter In Mrs. I J. Sanford Is visiting Danville, Tuesday. mother, in Klrksvillc. .Mrs. l her UNREDEEMED LAND TO BE CULTIPACKERS, CUTTER (i. II. Dobyns, of Danville, the gucit of Mrs. Joe Robinson. .Mrs. W. A. Farnhu hus returned from a visit of n few ilays in Cinrin-rat- i. Mr. Ilowmun Grant wilt enter .State University, Lexington, tlio (online season. Mr. and Mm. Clny Sutton nrc spending several tlnys in Ixiuisvillc, lit the Scelbnck. Miss lletsy Douglas has returned Mrs. Eliiabeth Hill, on Maple avenue. grand-mothe- SOLDTOR TAXES. Al Lcavcll Ia . 1 Ceo. II. Jennings a (For The Year 1017) Magisterial District No. a 1 !MI IS. :.m Ilright In necordancc with the laws of the state now In full force, I will sell at public sale to the highest and best Wilder, the following described property, or so much thereof as to pay the tax, cost and penalties now due the State of Kentucky and County of Garrard, by the parties hereinafter mentioned. This sale will take place at the door of the Garrard County Court House, Ky in on Tuesday, September 30th, 101U, at 1 o'clock p. m. f Keren f Ipr withiiilf nml .till furt,ler nolir(i ,)tt,,ls wi"' rVc Simple Title will hv ivcn ln, hfjihcEt and best bidder. AND NOT ANY OF THE TY WILL BE SUBJECT TO RE- DEMPTION THEREAFTER. ,nv tinrtics ileslrinir final onnortu- nltv-- til redeem their nrnnertv ran rln cU by writing me at my office in Greenville, Ky., on any day previous , the date of this sale. vu. or by mailing to inc. at Greenville, ky.. by registereil mail, check or money or- der for amount hereinafter set out giving correct post office address for receipt to be returned, and the lien will be properly released of record, Very respectfully yours, W. II. CRAY, Revenue Agent for State at Large. .Ilurdett -. 2n MANURE SPREADER. SILAGE PRICES SURPRISING (pent th Hire, of Itichmonil, with Mrs. George 1'nllew, en Lexington avenue. Miss Kilnu week-en- J. R. MOUNT & CD. The Q leal House. Gossip About People Brill Mtntlaa el tht Comings and Goings by Thou Wi Alt Interfiled In. A Mr Will llintt, of Lexington, spending 11 few days in . . ... , will spend a few ,,.i- " " come from Ijincnstcr. Ky., to make Mrs.John M. Mount and son, Jack ton their home in Louisville. Louisville .McKoberts, nfter a visit to the family ' Mr and Mr f jjr, j, n. Mount, have returned lint Letcher, who have. Times. been guests of his sister. Mrs. K. I., j ,Jri ieIcn T1Iinlp, L( jrM. cVe ,0 ,lu'ir m""e in Atlanta, Ceorgia. Owsley, returned to Louisville, Tuo is .(m d,J- ... I Mis. II. D. Simmon, on Richmond ...!. Miss I, conn Cott hn teturneit to .Mr. John .Mcltoherts, of Atlanta, licr home in Richmond after a viit (In., is the Kuest of Ills parents, Mr. to her nunt, Mrs. I.. X Mlllc. nnd .Mrs, R, K. McKoberts. Mr. ami Mrs. C. It. Henry and prct Mrs. Jnrns I. Il.iiiillti.il, Mrs. :ty little daughter, Louise Murry left Xuoini llnnillton and reus, mntorcei Mr. Clarence Holier, who has been i l'Mn' fnr vi,it l" relatives in Ohio, to Lexington for the .lay. Thursday. visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Ailolph ' Mrs. Alexander Kennedy, of Dan Mr. nnd Mrs. Hue kner Spindle and Joseph, has returned to Louisville. ville, is the guest of her daughter, Mr. I!. K. McKoberts motored to w- and Mr. Fnrnnu. Uuj,vIe( Wednesday, where they Mrs. J. M Fnrrn and Miss Johi.-!1"- Mrs. have returned from a visit to) (ieorge McKoberts, In Coving .. . I'"u ...- WHY? BECAUSE ... add at least the that delivers $100. per month $1200. a year to cover the cost WHO PAYS THIS? YOU ANSWER THIS SAVE THE DIFFERENCE AT THIS STORE. lOcts pound. Choice Navy Beans 8cts pound. Country Beans Choice pound.' Best Crackers 7cts pound. Delicious Sweet Potatoes pound. Fancy Irish Potatoes 8cts pound., Fine Co6king Apples r in... tutu raim unve oaap acts per cake. Lenox Soap 25cts. 30c size Calumet Baking Powder 8cts. size Calumet Baking Powder 75cts per gallon. Good Syrup lOcts per pair. Mens White Socks lOcts per pair. Mens Black Socks 65cts per pair. Mens Tennis Slippers 45cts per pound. Potato Bug Paris Green Sanders Magisterial District No, 1 for the Deaf. Mrs. Kate Denny of Columbus, Mu. (For The Year 1013) Mr. and Mrs. Ilert limy field have Miss I.isne Wherntt, who has been ., , .t . .... . t i .i . i 'i .ll,t. 1 01 .nr. a $1.1. r.i iriui .urn juiih lliaci; Misses Lena and Susie Kitlinn returned from nn extended visit in vlsutiiig her nelee, Mrs. .1. K. Stormc. ,,!rttU' f)um-"'- Pbo h.tvlng Magisterial District No 4. Carlisle. Saturday night and Sunday Vr returned Wednesduy, to ber home in,, veiled friends and relatives ir. Kmmett Ilrock 30 a 18.45 with their brother. Walter Killion New Orleans. . .Mm. S. It. Murphey of Liberty, 15 a 16.42 lva Ilrock the I'.unt l.icK nelgnuornooii. of llyatlsville. has hern the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Fred J.Conn nnd sister. Miss William Hyrd 30 a 22.00 Miss Cora Neil Arnold and brother. Maud llogie. 1 Mrs. James Coin and beautiful Nell HallariJ, of Stanford, spent Mon- 14.01 Alex Lamb a ,"f t'olumliin. S. C. with Mr. J. ,littl laughter. I.ula Jan... were the '; t"nr' day night nnd 10,45 .15 a Mrs. J. W. Arey, of Stanford, has (J. j'Ir!. jcnnie of Mi.,, Lena an.l Susie Kil- - M"; nnd family, Conn KU,ts ..21 i 10.24 been visttlng her mother, Mrs. hltza-- 1 .. visited the family cf Mr. ami Mrs. lion, Tuesda). Charley i oung n. r. .35, a 12.30 belli llllKhe. Mrs, Simpson Klkin. of Atlanta, ,: I. Cntiii. in .Sicholasulle, Sunday. col 18.14 Abe .18 a A li, ,,ll... I,.... llUIII Kll...l f?.. nn.l tt. .1.111111, lllllieiltl hllVl Mrs. Lou la Ijtndram, Mr. nnd Mrs. n a I,r "anlcn the guest, of Mr. and Mr.. A. ' 1 Mi Myrtle Thomas, is. and Mr.' been taking- aCollier r:lkln'' who hi" ))''," Gillispie, col r" ..2 a 10.45 Clay Sutton were vWtors in Dan18.85 .20 summer medical course Lob W.llian. Hurchelt. 10. both of Paint J. Cheek, in lh.nv.1le. ' ville, Tuesday. 14.85 - . 1a Hutchinson in Hoston, will speiul a month with l ,. i ' 14.01 a Mr.. Anna Hubble and daughter. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. I.. Kb Sun Kennedy col ..1 Mrs W I! Conk returned Tues1 1 1.01 a Mrs J. 1. Robinson, Mrs. J. L. kin. before ejoine to Atlanta, for the Kd Kennedy col Mnttle Mae, lave returneil to Uin-- ' day from a visit to Mrs. Karnest Magisterial District No. 1 carter and linve rooms with the Miss. Anderson, Mrs. Jack McNces and winter. Sprague, in Louisville. (For The Year 10141 .Mrs. Then Currcy were visitors in es Dunn for the school term. 5,rs- Jnck , ., sll..y, Mi' Minerva Julia ,1Iui.k , Tiiesdnv Danville-Mia Amanih Anderson, who has . irg.nia nnd Lois ,;ui,t.y, j. p. Holtxclaw. Kau,knt,r Ur0,, cul Little Misser U :tM been spending several weeks in llerea Mr. li 11. Spinille. of Norfolk. Va.. J. T. Ilieks, J. F. ltainey, Mrs. Forest Cunn hnve returned home from n Magisterial District No.2 fyis rrturncd to l.ancmtrr. weeks, stay with, their aunt, Mrs. has jollied his wife and daughter, for Stapp and Mr. P.urton Stapp nttetideJ it 1 i l'l OS n visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the funeral of Mr. (1. M. Lyons, in jnhll Mr. and Mrs. Cuy Daviilson and (i. M. Treadway, at Paint Lick. i i s5 It. K. McKoberts. Tuesday. Fr.inkfott, eliildren have tnken rooms ut Mr. Magisterial District No. 3 Mrs. E. - Owsley. Mr. Robinson und Mrs. D. (iitlley on Danville St. W. Fothergill 35 a 43.75 Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Clark an.l Mr. Cook, Mm Martha Price Frisbie. Mr. Kev. nn.l Mrs. Harvey McDowell District No. 4 and Mrs. lien Letcher, motored to and Mrs. Will Clark and son, Karl nn, (llUk.en. are guests of Mr. and .. . Miss Hettie Robinson, of , 18.03 hns returned t Itncnster Stanford. Saturday, for a vi.it to Ward, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr ,.mtur fiibU Ijrini; the ct,ssio ""J0.? ' col 14.03 Mrs. T. T. Pollard. where she teaches in the High School. Mrs. Mattie Withers. (lf .r,,1vtrry. h,,,, at Vamt Lick Kmmett Ilrock 30 a 15.04 . from there , , Little James Milton Henry is a this week and will proce-e10.07 .15 n nomc 111 .vil. (Hive, .miss, to their -vi.itor at the home of I. is 12.S .10 a ani Homes parents, Mr. ami .Mrs. Milton Ward, 17.55 .25 a Mif Kdnn Herkele has accepted fam Mml .... Il, t!,,.t..,.. 8.03 .15 a i.ucy c arKcr -I :.:.. i ill,.1 U9II,1II III .1 - llt i'lllWUI-l - ..t ..b. l'l ,l. za 14.3 r"uiKner co Miss Anna Miller Comlcy returned Sterling and will leave within a few Ia Will Faulkner eul ' 14.35 to her lu.iiie in Indiannpiis, Iml.. weeks to begin her work, nfter having Magisterial District No. Sunday, after a months stay with 'spent the summer with her aunts, (For The Year 1015) Misses Allie and Levy Dunn. relatives and frit nds here. 15 a Mrs I.ucy Parker 7.40 a Mrs. II. M. Hroaddu. and grand- 10.84 The latest letters from Lieut. I.u Kobinson & Kobinsoti-5- 0 1 daughter, Stella, have returne.l after ei.ni Grant are mailed at Kuoian '''' Williams n.r. 7.40 a 20 a n few clays visit to her daughter. pointr. 7.40 Lieut. Grant writes that he Todd & Son Sam Inmb 25 a Mrs. Mirt Coates, of New by, Ky. 8.43 j "jceing Kurope" now as it was 15 a 12.48 in.poi-.iiM,,. ,, ., ,. ,, , to dc in his previous trips 'va Brock c , .. .mss .Manna ivavnnaugu, ,iehrs 20.8 1 Joe Price and Shirley lliiiUon were' 10 a fram Holmes 11.53 ,,f Mrs- - I!oiK Ku,,",a l,l"1l,r,,:u,'", Mr. and Mrs. Henley V. Hastinj Faulkner llros lot 24.35 wen niiuin, ot Miiniem, to r.oelWcre hostess at a charming dinner (For The Year 1015) Miss .Margarite rox, of Texas. BY Magisterial District No.l Saturday evening, to the teachers ''"nor-t- o Lewis Yantis tlu" Hih Scho1' ....lot 22.44 Ashley and llillie Swope. have gone Vrut- - a"'1 Jlr'- lot 7.85 llnic. This Annie Hiatt Akron. Ohio. Ashley has taken ol,l house frames very ele- Magisterial District No.2 un his former nosition as offic nu.na hospitable 1 Will Gnrnett heirs a $ (i.48 Jger of the tire department of the HtrlUfulIy. any social gatherings. Magisterial District No. 3 Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. .diss Amami.t Anderson has re- - I.ucy King 18 a 14.05 Mr. Gus Dunn, who has been uvcr- - tutneil, to resume ner worn in tne (,, W.Calebs 03 a 170.85 High Schools, from t attersville, hy.. sen? for two venrs. has returned to Mai.iii.ei.1 ni.i.ir. N J u j ''"("'ter an.l is with his mother, JIrs where she r.vlci a tinnier fchooi ami j0.l!( Lcav,,n u,o4 mUSt Store sue nas iounu to oe a Knimett Ilrock - vvnicn place He is looking splendidW.A.Price. 12. 01 -- 20 n .ojourn Caleb Ilrock and refrcsbj.ng ly nnd his many friends are delighted healthful 14.GQ 50 a lurim; her vacation for evral sea- - jstiat. Kelly to have him home. 25 n 25.17 ,fP P"rt 1 Wm. Faulkner col a i2.v; Mr. llrewer uiton returned to ., .. . lli.4" .; Mrs. P.en F. Robinson, entertained : Lancaster. Saturdav from uverseus. 1u Mitchell 11.85 where he has been in service for the with a beautiful dinner en famille Herbert (For The Ysnr 1010) past two year. His many friends Wednesday evening at her home in Magisterial District No.l were glad to sec him nnd he h re- - Hill Court, her honor guests being 2 a S 8.0 1 Mrs. .1, C. Hemphill jf Louisville, Ilright Runlet . . ceiving a most cordial welcome LcAis Faulkner 23.R "lot Mrs. Jack McNeer of Clinton, Mo lot 7:50 The Courier-Journhas a band- - nnd Mrs. John L, Anderson, of Wash- Annie Hiatt Martha Knvanaugh ....lot 7.01 picture of Mrs. A.bbrook Car- - ington, D. C. "' 20ctS Magisterial District No. 2 who was Miss i roll Frank, the bride Miss Hettie Robinson ha. returned W. K. Nelson heirs ...35 a 27.93 Kiithrli s'Krkm of I ouisvilu. Mr 1 W. It. Shanks to resume her work in the Hi-ta O.tr. OCtS Frank, who was formerly of 13.07 l,N liri,le' "ow nM ' Niw School?, after an enjoyable summer Almcria Elmore col... 3 u 'V- ill North Carolina. Magisterial District No. 3 She is cnthusa. o i i. hurk c"y- tic about the mountain resort with Wootson Uurton 7.5G a -- .cici wane. ( Mr. Harry Elmore left Monday for its wonderful natural beauty and i.e- - 'J. It. Long 21 a 27.U0 Harrodsburg, where he has purchased lightful mcial environment. Magisterial District No. 4 Mi.'i . a half interest in the electric light Robinson is again with Miss Fnnr.o A. C. Alny n.r, 23.S5 22. a all-eHis wife und daughter will plant. 'Kmmett Urock on Lexington avenue. 7.05 ..20 a 10c join him in a few weeks. Ijtncaster .Caleb Urock 8.75 .50 a Kiddies--Specl- al bowing r friends regret the departure of this roc). JcS5 a 7.03 .25 Saturday. Helm Arnold Francis. , excellent family. M Io)man 8.75 .15 a gnm Holinan 7.25 ..10 a Mr, and Mrs. Johnson Price, and Photonraph In Color.. Cannot 8.65 Frank Hopkins ..25 a guests, Mrs. M, II. Mabry and Master It fceins a remarkable llilic ui!d- - )r- - Letcher . 10li a 8.75 Uurton Mabry, motored on last Tues- - rrlnB . .. r"- r u. KC"H.mi. of 15.48 .12 u day to High Uridge Hickman W0- - rhotogra,d.j ii.id ,l.unmtoKr..pt.y. that , uc" ,.nrk,r . . .15 a 7.30 50 u 7.15 by way of llrooklyn Hridge, Hanods- - covereil ecri't. Ther.i are proceseN by Lish Shelton 1 a 7.50 which u very natural camnutLco of Kd William. burg and Danville. M. F. Will 28 a 7.05 I Nature! cull be prodileed, but the plate .1a 7.56 Mr. K. L. Ow.ley entertained with jit yet In b uiade- - which will produce Hill Faulkner -- . 3 a 8.75 a dinner Saturday ut the Kengarlan a landscuiH- - In iiutiiinii In nil It won-i- n Abe Faulkner honor of Mr. und Mr. lien Letch- - drnua tlnlK. or lake u portrait of a lady June Faulkner.. . 2a 10.15 with the tint urn I coloring of the hair, Will Harris 2a er, of Louisville, Mr. and Mr. Hen 8.75 20 u Letcher llrewer, of Chicago, und Mr. eyes, und complexion, with the various Edieth Faulkner 10.48 colors' of her costume "In the manner -- .20 a Isiah Kelly Ilrevvier Layton, who has Just return17.15 us she lives." 1 a ed from oversea. 8.73 Jinr.h I.cnvcll Mr Sam Harris, who hns been visit Mis Mnrgnret Cook has returned ing his imrcnts. Judge nml Mrs. K. from n visit to friends in Lexington. V Harm, bus returned to LouisMiss Lillian Kclloy lias returned ville. from a visit to relative in llurkeye. M.r. Jennie Wrnhburn. of I.au. Mrs. II. 1. Kelley has returned ville. will be the week end guest of front a vtait to friends in Junction her sister, .Mrs. Johnson i nee ami .nr. Price. City. I avenue. the former taking electric treatment Dr. iVek, of Mr. John Millet of New Port, Ky., for rheumntism, under spent Suneiiey with Id htolher, Mr. Crnli Orchard Springs. Miller. His visit bring lliiitr Mrs. (juiuey Gray and children, " of Indvitia, who ar visiting hir fat'iu.-- .-l jit jIiric ,,ft Tuesday er. Mr Arc'i Walker and family guests Thursday of Mrs. Fannie Cnrolina fur Jlorpntiton, Nurth where she will tench In the School' W"'",t. on Lexintioii itrcct. i,. ni, t,.....i.. Martha Knvanaugh 7,83 y.r.M Mattlo Salter lot Magisterial District No. 2 Win. Segar la H.I 5 Magisterial District No. Wootson Uurton ....1-- 2 a li.S.'i Magisterial District No. Mary Mitchell col In fi.43 A. C. Alma n.r 22.17 .227 a Curio Urock 50 a 8,1'. C( i Jess Ilrock ,:.; John Ilrock a. 100 a Cam Helton C.I ' .1.2 a 1T a J. M, llolm.m ..I3 ; Sam Holman 10 n 2.". i. Frank Hopkins .v.18 John Rogers 7 20 ...l-- l j Lish Sheltnn -- .30 a 1 Kd Williams n.r. a u:ir. 1 Hill Kaulkner 7.18 a James Faulkner heirs. 2 a Si. 31 Hill Harris 2a 7.4S Arch Kavanaugh col 2 a 7.48 Isaiah Kelly col ......20 u 15.75 Jona Lcavell col...... 1 a 7.4! 1 Al Lcavell a 7.48 1a Herbert Mitchell . 7.24 u K33QOrXOtNXKX30CWK.! if KTV lt Classified Column RATESi Single insertions lc n word o ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No mis in this column charged. Seven insertions for the k price of live. I'honc orders must be paid promptly. 3 p,t Jt Tl"r j,m' '''f'"". a X tQfKXv n n x k a, it Xxx K.a a xrnmicK FOR RENT Unfurnished room. Mrs. J. R. Mount. FOR SALE: lower J. FOR SALE sticks. 40 grade stock B. Woods, Manse i'O.OOO . ec. Ky. Spi Tobacco S S. Lumber Cu .,ot A FOR SALE gentle harness mare nnd a guod phaeton. R. E. McRoberts. 8 goj.l U. S. Army FOR SALE: Tent Flies, 12x10, at 120.00 each. W. M. Cornett, Lancaster, Kj. .ilm, ci T"" ..la la FOR SALE Goo.l brood marc, with mule colt by side. W. U. Moss. WANTED Carpenters and laborers. Apply to E. R. Feesc at Garrard Tobacco Warehouse. FOR SALE: Handsome plate glass Mirror in Gilt Frame. Size 2 by 4 feet. For price and information, Call phone 209. tf. FOR SALE: About 300 bushels of nice llluu Grass seed at $2.25 per bushe. W. M. Cornett. 7- CASH AND - ..unj. 6ARRY STORE - 17-t- f. .in REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING TRADING AT THIS STORE. We can and will sell cheaper than the store M. Metcalf, Surveyer, 25 years experience. Hlue prints furnished. All calls answered promptly. Phono 185, Stanford, Ky. J. ''P':y FOR SALE Aberdeen-Angu- s A few registered yearling bull calve. that.delivers. Ready for service. Also 300 bushe'a of Harvest King seed wheat. Harry Frye. Ilubbb, Ky FOR SALE OR TRADE rOR A FORD CAR: 12 horse power International Gas Engine, mounted on truck. This engine is good r.s new nnd will be sold at a bargain. Will itngets, Guena Vista, K. 8- .ii.i .... ... -1 ... FOR SALE: Forty-seve- n S tit... The-- o ilown ewes and two rams Keep arc er.ti.t good in quality and age. Also a Six Horse power Fairbanks and Morse gniolinc engine; Rem Cutter, vvitlt al! belts and slufts, practically :i'.v W. 11. ilui'tjn, Lancaster, tf Ky. Notice. ' "' Hy mutual agreement of all the stockholder the Rex Garage Company a corporation doing busitiei in Lancaster, Ky will dissolve on Aug 10th, 101 J, rm! proceed to wind up its business. W. F. Champ. 'r Egg Saver. Don't blame the hen If you haven't eggs this winter. STORMES" DRUG STORE. "You Must be Sat ilied."' 7 24-7- t. ,,,. FRESH YOUNG BEEF AT 20 and 25cts PER POUND, SATURDAY ONLY. Variety Store. Hank's B&lvs. farmarl MUa4 Bunt'a,Ciur la pMillr com- tacftl KutM tor U ir worn, of Rlav TaUftr. and Im malAbr tfc dnur- sTial on Ut BUtel rUfUlM IkAt im BKrtkM rtc, 7&e. will roaipUjT rfu&44 to Im UAWeutonMr. Try BaaVsHftlTn ui u WE SELL FOR LESS. iloumk. b'lOUMES rWa4ltlQilljaJi DRUG STORE. The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Sept 4, 1919 OF THE FINEST LAND IN GARRARD COUNTY AT Wednes IT I V 10:30 a. Sept. 10 is town-Lancast- er, th commencing promptly at m. rain or shine. Wc have bought the town of Hyattsville, consisting of the famous Jack Hiatt place, the store house and stock of goods two elegant residences, barns, etc., each with long pike frontage, and are subdividing in 5 and 10 and 25 acre tracts and will deliver it all to you in tracts to suit, on above date. At this sale, your price ours, let the owners make or lose. Two of the prettiest lots and homes in the county, railroad station at your door, good pike, high and healthy elevation, in an excellent community of good citizens, Old Garrard's Best; only three miles from that good schools and churches and the land is in excellent condition. farmer, in fact good enough for anybody. age business. near The ideal spot for the Lancaster business man, the retired Also excellent opportunity for party desiring to go into Mercantile or Gar- We have engaged the famous Lexington Military Band, which will give a concert one hour before and after the sale, and will present those attending with souvenirs. All the people are going to be there, so meet your friends and be with us on THE 10th OF SEPTEMBER. See J. I. Hamilton or George W. Crawford for further information. , The United Realty Company. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. O. T. WALLACE, General Manager. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sapt 4, 1919. Creeks Prlre rf'JOi. I" lit ') '.'rocci It-- t It win nnvrr mailt n ii in i.il I iii. nml II win run Imli'i il ni' ii ttiinir rtoilil In p 'r!inliit lit t Midi lil rui!. (Iri'fk riiKi nri tf o klniN. (lit ht'iivy tiot untl In win tol tin HeIiI oiift noil nt nil if In tin lir rlnuli'; tin ilc't". t l of Hit" nllnplcM, hilt lalor Iho 'i 'k. Iiorrottiil lli'rul ililsni from Ii" l'rrl.ini, wlilili lonn win limply .i'iI with Iho (N'wlopini-n- t of tiro-- i art. Wni'llan riiRi int ntm cry GOT "Rintjs" m Furnish TO COST for I'" .online Animals Re- Art of Chlnete Gardeners. rhlnon irnrili'iit rt oinrlmntnttli'tli"! of I'nv linn lirmly In jnt llko rin I tlanl, nml tin ,i ,n lii' t. orxri't'iit In urow up ti.or I T-- a liiliirii'. Tin Uni'i thii form ii kiln) of riihn for tlio tntuiitt nnn, lliflr wlilli fnrpi nml lniinl pm'rii'l Inc front Hit croon loavo. Wo Clnac'iler and Members ceive Different START IS HADE Cuts. ill SFiTriS SlaucMerlnj It Done by l"ati Hired for Purpose Who Usually f tcelves "Fifth" Quarter for Hl Pay No Dividends Paid. (PfcfJ intynt I1of I' liill t title Aurli-uIHi- I IWfcl" tVyatt. or rtnsi nml co tperatlvt shops art turn iif Ih." plum I Hue used by Amerirtiii farmeM l.t llii1 mt of incut fur their t.iblw. 'I ciiiiNTtlvo l.tittlicr alti'ii In hi an otitcntwtli of the ltsf uli width In vs.r)lng fwtis have nrn. i ii upfmtlun fur inniiy clubs Tj. il cxiimpl'S of thi aw h en rcpi.rte.1 In Hi I' S. De-- , .irtmciit of Agriculture fnini tin1 tn in nf South I'nrnllnH. Many i mi- -' i . f tin- - tlul.s have ii ini'inliiTuMii of i iclit f'lri'iT'". but most of them hnv rliU'rn Operations of llu' Hull Hurt if liil Anrf.m11 WynW tti tAdf ctai.c. praititol pol" Aumiaj tli trtttol fnl .pnt. lAmai.t.n.r fpj ft&nn rabacco A..r. canJilien. tn p.. f Ipr pif tJ hall AuiI,J0f.'"Ot . On Llfc'a Journey. fliouhl rntlier In llfi'i t l o,er-- , mmrn'li". tlieli llu iifllher t'ii-l- l' ofTi'ittl, i mr lt"nili,ih? i". II. .nt not tnlliiB " atTiiIrt i llshtly. I.fl il hflit l.l'i rill fully hy tin li'tiul, hlir. it iliriuiirti fiir Ticket Not Filled Out. III r ito; n itt'l traiolt TIiin wnn ii now hnhy In Iho rornor' anil rriimhlitur tit , prnl-lii- '. imii ti. iuii In .o. anil tin proiiil parent hail nnt sharing nn mol rln'itltm nml Mm) "I'M hi aniiiiiinci'iiit'iil iunN to frlomlt Iniii. V.xi hnnso. tn .Mary, who llvtil In tin iit lflilHir. ' ' b!"rk, wni llllXlolll to MM till .iliy. nml was milting Impatient The Olfice Troutlc. I (ouhl lor tin tillli to coiijo when Tho olTleo liny hail tMtliiA for . i. t'no ni miotlior nelcli litnirM at ii t.piwrlter. canine vioaMly 'i Iioiim hl o wiw that mIii. ton, hail Intotltttmiro. nml tht fttrt-- wri mil oiiliii'ihi nt of llu Imby's nr-- '. worrlnl. "Ilt't i!ck," Miiwit.il tlio 'I. ' 'Hi, illil Jou (jet n ticket to not il liookkoiper klmlly. oM. Kriiy-linl-- hi i.t Milil. "Wo tll.l. Imt It hut Iho hloiiilo leii:'rtiplir lni-tei- l .ii my what tlay to touu." Ihero i in ' ha he n .onio ira''''!.v nt !o lioni". The v.(iui-- . 'ii''' il Hhi-l.nl fuiilil' nly mi l' ! ,, In f i t'alin Da:ly Thoi .th 'S v M- - .I.mci, nnl Impnreil a i Siiiortllloii fear of lth'ik iln you pi'M Thi'luiai" ow (oil.- - t'lcero. r, 0'i r .il iV!' t . '4rn! iiiiiiiiiiiiiffllliiri P''! mm, Money-Mr- n il to Prince Albert to produce more smoke PUT thnn you ever before collected P. A,'s built to fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands! It has the jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran against Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want to find out the thing you do next. And, put it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy 'us jimmy pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to beat the cards Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so good you feel like you'd just have to cat that fragrant smoke! IL J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-SaleN. C it flush up ! I double-quickest D n Ul j j j 1- -2 lili j ! As Executor of the property of S, N. Ison, miles, deceased, I will on the premises, 1 North of Buena Vista, beginning at one o'clock on !Tii8S(iay, September 9th '.iilt in- - el nn" otiii' ii i. crap foil inoiii i Mini I mil Kl.i-n- , "it 'iiio.i tnoiiKli to make .1 nUt r iloN Inr lin.it t.le u mnliil foil 'lie Tolks. Optimistic Thounht. In tin l.iiiy walk of lift there ritom for a tartly mini. ! whj no Gorrt American Dressed Uecf. lu-t- i tin- - ftrit member on tin- - IIM furnishes 11 hef fur killing. Tlio slaughtcrlm; In ilnne hy it tnun hlrol for tin- - linn"' mi'l lm usually receives llu' "fifth quarter," such in nml liver, as Ills pity. tin Mil'. Tlio beef f iMiMihI into as nmiiy purls as tlnri nre members of iIiimIuIi. l mctnhfr ii Tin next wts-tlio I f. nml hi on for fight furnl.lii jstrtlons or sixteen weeks, iliu various being rotated among the of m.-n- t members hi I hut i'iiiIi gets ii proportionate bun of tlio choice tut nml of tlio Knitvr i ula, Tin- - beef It uclk'licil nftrr tin- It dressed nml thin Hi" s.unds furnished I')' ruth mctubor nn ktintvn. At lllO Will of till- - MHSOII hotllt'tlllllt l mailt liy liny iiiciuhcr who have not furnished tht'lr full shares. How Plan Develored. In mi Inuu f iirmtntr roinmunlty wum fouml to llnst beef rings because t'lirh household hml to inn sumo a Muled iiinoiint of beef on stated iln)M during llu- - week In order that llu' nrnlliililo supply would ho disposed of Tills ttnili'il tn make tin ht't'f tlli't iiioiiotoiioiii nml ulll tnnli'ly I ii I to Hit amalgamation of tlio butcher beef rings Int" n In Hi" spring, iie.l lo Iiiiiih 11 rt.1 llniiiiel pt'ltlt'oat over the win. low Texa. room, patient of n MonllHi that It hnt'eiipil the cure, untl nl-'In- - irlm-ii- i rotaii t Ml:. pri'eiiteil "plttinc." Stlentll Iiiim Mica, mi nauitil 110:11 lw Pe.nu oti-l- ly ho .1 put htr lint r now tllcoM'i-ii- l tin that Iln nil ra ..'.Hi '0 ihiiiicr lli. tunTlil.il Into RllMeiiim; Mules tun dtiil etTiH-- on 'ho line, attunll iitio, 11 lirlsm- -' lerla of the tll.ili.e. nml II e ' .iniiii1. of illlca ami iilimilna. IllloVtite. iali :nl wllli 11111 vrn l . soila nml lime In ary-In- e pii I iiotlni; tht ai-- t lllUl) p. o.l .tr.i l on the pnllellt. 11 kill proH.rtloii't. Thu wo Iiiim imta-!- ! 'Ttniher. how oltl an mien, ..mulhilnt-- of rhoofclni: to lnort !iU lmHrt-h- t aliimlmi nml The Violin Bow. n lit iniiilo no answer, notnth: nml iiiacm li mica. In ul.l. ti The Impe of the pr.-e- nt l.w ilate-- t ' .iHiiutttt. liiim au,uria s IHirtliill- nphi.eil hy iiT. Willi nn teiitur) tniiL'iii"la, pamlus iis On proportion ii.joii of M'om he mhl: 'l know from tin ml of II tehd-entl- i . r.. mer t nt). ami J11M llili.k ! ullll when r. Toiirte thnnirftl It from Hit of ui.icnciln lncrea.fs Into oft talc, It which Is iliL'tly coniHi.til of ilka anil liiilleiitf- -. iiM fi. iiniiio how iu "iir fliii r." iiithi'M lone luacui'-l- n. l.t from 'J? 10 nml lontaln from i:tn to l.'Ji lialra which art tlrawii HkIiI by the nut. Tin Spiden and Gold. tick l fenerally of MiakcH ..oil, or Out or the man) iUalnt mipertl Vhei Pijno Was Hunt of llie vivli. lilli century a that lanreuootl. puMIt pt'rfoniian. Tht 0:1 a ililer In trilt of Krenl storvi plan.. ns at i'.imiiI (iunlen. Ij.n.lon. 1B2 ji'ith tiK" "t.f lnfntlon of tlio In of Kohl." Tli" mjllii: nron In lhlt Ingenious Exeute. way: "When i, pmuii;o to Cathay (tin an Itllly'it mother wan particular that Urunient It trt oto.1 .0 liar Rriimliiiotht CIq Girl fcr That. .. I'nllily nnii..rli2. '.1. 'I. l.ruer." Grandmothf rs Vindicated, Cattalto a Hybrid. The .'Mlla'li. I an '1. tiuil rno parent of whldi i tin liuiTnlo ami tin other tin eow. Tin h.hriil havo la i n rnl-et- l In numl.eri on a entllo rani'li In the Panhandle of ils iioi :i sell to the highest bidder, all of the household and kitchen furniture consisting of some old fashion pieces;such as Chests of Drawers, Cherry Tables, Bed Steads, Feather Beds, Chairs and other small articles.. I will also at the same time sell one nice 3 year old mare, one aged famliy mare and one buggy and harness. Terms made known on day of sale. l.il fv. E. P. ISON, BUENA VISTA, KY. Timothy. Knew Hin Well. Timothy bay wns first grown In Ihr The Sunday-schoo- l lesson was about New Knglunil males nml was tnlvn Abraham ami the classes were discuss from there to the Carollnas In ITL'0 b) Ing the Itsson when little Marian was Timothy llaii-ifrom whom Ii do heard to My: "Oh, yes, I know hltn; I've got hltn on my peiiuy." rheil Its name. ' Wanted Pleasure Prolonged. a birthday party given nt an exclusive tearoom. When) she was nsketl In t insist ilessort slit j rnlil: "I believe I'll lake gum It will' make the purty lust longer." China of tialayt ni li.'lni: notislit by 11 mull (ho l.rotiKht I if n itoiie wlutli aii. proiiouiiciil to tt that rolil. 11ml ciiu.i.l viii li a ccrnl - cU wire littttl out for tin fxpre" i'iirpo .' of iiillft'lliiK Kohl, rrohlnher till".; fouml In olio of tin lilamls on which In Inmlttl, nlmllar an I u t"inrinoui uuinbcr of ,orthrt. npl.lerH." hf hnutil say his prayers ii..n l.t'inletl Italian: .1. i. Sihroter. 11 Ce.imni. nml Tin first crude knft before retlrlnc, nn.l one cold Mnrlui. 11 I . .1,1,1 .1... l.lm pianofortes cn inaile earl;. In the .I.n.l....l I., nlrcndy In be.l when flic tepnsl In flfhtecnlli t 'I'lury. but for iniinv )ears Ii room tn hear lutii repent Ills prayer. I thi y hhvImiI mi erl.ius con- - bler.itloii "Why, nun. you linvcn't nal.i your from mils in. Johannes Ziinip, 11 niaycru," she beiran, but he Interrupt flennuii, istabilsbisl tin first piano fur. (il li"r "t'li. yen, niotlie'. I baveritory In Kiulaml, anil It was In who I iM Hi. 'in In hisl. put I pit In Just I built lb,, instrument that was used In m incoiafortal ' iiolllon 11s I coul'I."' Onrnt narilcn. IIiiili nit'iiilitT owns oiii share of stock In tin project, nml In his turn furnishes out lii'iiil of ciiltlo or nt ninny sheep or hogs us an desired for hlnutliliT. Tin nii'iiilii r! air." cicilltiil Willi Hr tlri'Ksi'il mlulit of llu Ihi Mntk irolih'il iiiIiiiih n Klirlnknct of Tlii'y riti'ht I'uunmi l.'t por font. liiKlkH l1lllVllll'llt III Ml I III' to tin iiiiiouiit of nit'.it fiinilKliiil, iilloliuintH lulni; n'Kirllont'il niual In htt'Rk, ruimtN nml hollliiK ilrci'H. o llnrli iiii'inlit'r U irllli'i;iil to qk iiiiiih or u h Hull' Hunt us lit' ivMih nml nl uny Hun lio run "rnili In" on his ioiiioii lKik nt tin 1'rlrto. Suriiliit mint It olil tu tin local I null' nt from fi to 7 t'i'iits Iiumt piT ioutiil than Hit rt tnll liutili-fn- t cliiiri.'!' fur iliiil!iir cum In craili'D of meat, It l rt'Kirltil. Good Meat Required. It U rciinlml t lint nil uiiIihuIm lie In jirlmtt market conillllon when tliry nri' liop; tlcllvcml nt tin thut they lit Hiihji'otiil to Imlli nml poHt'iiiortj'in xuinJiiutliui. u nil that tin cuttlu must not lit iuor than two yours M at thn tlmo of llO. 0te9ceo$o9eooffi&oatMfte0(ifM0 $jV Osiris Julia was invited to CGSJLD HA8BLY STAND ALONE Farm i FARM NO. 1. Situated on tht nicb.i.und r.iul turnpiko, ant contain '. litres. U a gently rolling farm, very fertile suit. Han dandy 10 room ilwclliiiir, stock linn. to IrouyeH, ami eery kind of you could wish for. Well watered, huii about 0 tenant acrcM of old blue crass sol that will product. anything, and thi. tan be rublividt'tl into FARM NO. 2. and will nll )tm 1117 acres with all improvements vxceptinR out tenant -'. lion 'e, nnd also it" I'ARM NO. 3 Oontnininii 110 iicreii rxrellunt land and very accenahle to the pike with mall tlwt'lliii on nanu. I'AKM NO. t Situated on kuu.I pike only about 100 ynr.Ii from UichmonJ r.n ' !j;.ta-'- er turnpike mid runtaiiis -- 7H acres, well improved with Rood (! room dwelling, one tenant hout, two ood barns and a farm known throughout Garrard County us heini; n Koud one and this will bu priced i.ulilivideil into smaller tracts. I'ARM NO. S. Situated on (iood pike, near schools and churches with good 8 room dwellWell watered and good fenoinc ing, large barn that vill house about 10 ncre of tobacco. land and van bo hourht at n bargain price of ? 1 fjO. 00 per acre, contains 104 acres. FA KM NO. C situated on good pike in 1'aint I.ick High School district, contains new t! tobacco barn, good tenant house and stock barn with sheiU atroom bungalow nml new ttlx-1This one will not he for kale many days nt $22.1.00 per acre, contains only 70 acres. tached. mile from good pike, in I'alnt Lick High School FARM NO. 7 Situated only about acres of ilt.it rut . good 0 room dwelling, good stock and tobacco barn, now accommodates about This farm is and will show you the best farm crops in the vicinity. tobacco, is well watered priced right at $ 1 TiO.OO per acre ami only contains 10 1 acres. FARM NO. a Situated on good pike has over $16,000.00 of Improvements equipped jut Is now making more money, for the investment tlun like you want it for big farming cntcrpriie. any farm in the country, Located only :i 4 miles from town. Will shuw you the best crop of Over 300 acres of this one in grass and 150 to 200 acres tobacco in the vicinity anywhere. ready to cultivate this next year. A bargain without u doubt has nearly n mile pike front. Can , bo bought nt $lt5.00 per acre, worth J200 per ncre. Let me sell you u farm or sell your farm for you. m m 9 a 9 9 9 9 I.I to tlio tircf rlnRK, ttiln meat orciiiilintlun Is utrletly nml tlUllnrlly nmlir fanner It pnyx on illvlileiulx. In manaKitl that fart, Hit projfft ! I ho Hurplus Ii Jut cnouRh tn relm liamo the butcher for hla srrvlcca untl cxpemea. to cover openttlo control. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Tv'J i'io Suffcuj Fiiin Kcadacte, Useful as Well .is Cheap. Automobile oil Is Inexpensive, nn.l SMcachi, Br.tl;a:!;r, and Weak-nt- t, Useful fur many hoiisfhotil purposfs; Kelievcd by Cardui, one drop will n llevo u sipieiiklng door Sayj This Tes.'.s Lady. hinge or a heavy running sewing inn thine; wipe it off with absorbent cot ton. Mrs. Jllnnlo TV.l Gonzales, Tex. rot, of this place, writes: 'The year? Arctic Light. Bio I was taken with a pala In W At noon of December 21, the short- - left aide. It was rlsht under rny est and darkest day of the year, wo left rib. It would commcr.co with nn could easily detect n faint tilm- - of ...Jng t.Lj extca up lain luv U.. light In the south. The true dark I ness of night l u result of the com- thoulder and on down Into my back. plete disappearance of all trues of Hy that tlmo the palu would be twilight, which occurs when the sii'i uevera I wouU have to UUo to bed, reaches appoint of 18 degrees below cud Buffered usually nliout three diy. the horizon. Our latitude was 7S de..I suffered this vay for three yrarr. grees 20 minutes, therefore the sun and p't to bo a mero skeleton and wa.-sweak I could harUl? stand sloe. nt this time was only about 12 degrees below the horizon. From "I'our Years Was not able to go a'tywhero and haJ 1" the White North," by Donald II. to let my house worl; go. ..I suffered nwfal with a pain In my baric ami I McMillan. had 'l a hradacho nil the time. I Just was unable to do r thing. My life was a miser), my r-- airaih pot In an Suffer for Slna of Others. f.vu t InK "Tlicro Is no Fort of wrong deed of nwful condition, cau.-r- j ach which n man can bear tlio punishment so much medlclao. I ni.'fertd you can't Isolate yourself, ami palu. I had Juit Rbout r'vfn up all alone; hopes ot our Eettlns anytnlnc to help say that the evil which Is In you shall rue. not tiprcail." fleorge taint In One day a lMrtbtlay A!i.ianae was Adam Ilede, It Is only too true that thrown In my yard. After reading wo cannot bear punishment alone. Its testimonials I derided to try Car Anil usually our mistakes entail vvoruc dul, and am so thankful that I did, suffering on thoe who love us than for I began to Improve when on the they do on ourselves-- . Just us on Hie recend bottle... I am r.ov a well woman end feeling and the cure oilier hand our successes and rewards baa been permanent fire It has been for bring more Joy tu our dear ones than two eara slnco n.v awful tad health. to ourselves. ",'o man Ibcth tu Mm I will always pra " ml rixmniend IS "3 Cirdul." Try Cartlul '.'.V. eclf alone." n: The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 4, 1919 iin jm 3V iiii iiiiiiijii Our prices will save you money. ss! Galvanized Roofing, 2V bill Corrugated and in all sizes now in stock. Give us your barn we furnish all but the lumber. Our price today on the heaviest best grade of Galvanized roofing is $6.00 per square, delivered to your station 25 cents less for 29 gauge. 5 pound packBest Quality in 2 ages. Our price only 48 CENTS PER POUND. Paris green and WAOONS Going Higher every day. 2 4 Complete only $120.00. 3 inch Complete $125.00. prices are subject to change. These Get Yours and be sure. 3-TO-DAY Going Higher. Get yours now. price on 93 per cent pure only $(3.00 PER BUSHEL. Ti.vicrmy seed Our $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- .ancMsuai: GET OUR PRICES ON WHEAT DRILLS BEFORE YOU BUY. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S BE RE A, KENTUCKY. UIMI GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Hill's heirs by elresl elateel Decemlie , 195, ami receireli-- in the (larrard Bee; County Clerk's Office in No. 13, 212. The purpose of the sale herein is to eliviele the proceeelj among the joint Use Ihe Phone and "Save the Difference.',, COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND Carrard Circuit Court. ; polcs to a drain, turner to 10 pedes to u willow at the South bank (theme with Blakcman's lino Kast 18 of Ky. River; thence down the South ' poles to corner of fence near top of bank of Itiver N 32 W 10 poles N ilitl"; theme with fence S OP; E 20 IPs W at 15 poles cross mouth of poles to comer of fence; theme N White Oak Creek, in all 10 ioles to a j lilakt-nian- Lizzie Williams, et al Plaintiffs Ut Vs. s Spiller Une, et al Defendant! JJursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term, 1919. the under- pointeis, thence with Blakeman's line signed Commissioner will sell at pub- s S 54 ij W 13 poles to a stake in Polly Jic auction to the highest bidder on Benel pike, corner to Lot No. 2, an the' land near Cuena Vista, In Oar- elm bears S 48 W 18 links; thence ran! County, Kentucky, at 10:i0 with Ut No. 2 with center of Polly o'clock, A. 1C, on WEDNESDAY, Beml pike, S 14U E 7 poles S 5 W SKPTKMBKK 24. 1919, the real estate 20 poles S 21 W 27 poles South 20 in the pleadings and de- ' LOT No. 3. Beginning at a stake- - poles S 13 W 30 poles S 4 E 20 poles as follows: Said land is in four tracts and In J'olly Bend pike, corner to Lot No. S 82 K 18 pedes S I3W E 18 pedes 1 & -- I thence with Ut No. 2 N 59 E S 5 W 14 poles S 39 W 10 poles to on the waters of Kentucky Itlver: LOT 1. Beginning at a point in 10 poles to a stake; thence S 85 E stake with walnut pointers; thence S center of Polly Hend pike, it being a t 25 poles pars gate in Front of 84 W 8 pedes; theme N 85 W 18 corner of Lot No. 2 and :i; thence dwelling, in all 35-s- , poles to a stake pedes to the beginning, containing 89 with the lines of Lot No. 2, N G8, in pike, coiner to Lot. No. 4, the N. acies, mole or less. The purpose of the sale herein is W 15(-- j poles to a walnut N 77l-- j W. corner of tobacco burn bears S M)les to a staku in old Still --'1 K 41 links; thence with Lot No. 4 to pay the indebtedness 1(3 against the XV W at Ul'i pedes pass corner land and to divide the proceeds reHouse biuneh; a mulberry bears S S 11 Va W 41 links; thence down said of .Lot No. I and land of Sarah Lane, maining after paying the saiil debts pedes to corner of among the joint owners thereof. S SOU E 5.2 pedes S 3P4 E 3.1 ',4 pedes lyanch N 2(Ha K 32 poles to a syca- - i all 101'" S 28?i K 33's pedes S 59 E 37-- 'l oles more; thence N 7 E at 52 pules pass- - fence;, theme N 8" W 7l'j poles to TERMS. ever n high ledge in ull 30 poles, N corner of denning and Eliza Une; The sale will be made on a credit to a stake ut mouth of a drain; theme j K 00 of six unil twelve months ami the pur- up same with its a new : 1 W 14 poles N 51 W 10 poles to the thence with their line N E 31 lles N 81 E 35.1 mouth of said blanch, on South side ''lcs to stake in Polly Hend pike, chaser will be reeiuiieel to execute line N 71 if Kentucky lliver; theilce down the coiner to Ut No. 1; thence with Lot bonds with approved security for the peeles to u bei'ch corner to Iva Beaz-le.)'- .i l!l ncie tract; thence her Ull" South bank of river S 59 W about N'o. 1 N ."'J K ? poKs; thence N 47'i puie lir.se pi ice, said IhiiibIs hearing E !2 poles to the beginning, 112 poles to Mrs. (irecn's line;"thence K 20 poles to the b ginning, contain, six per cent iutciest freim elate until N 22' 59 acies 1 roeul and 13 paiel, having the force and effect of containing with her line hp the hill and cliff, S iir 11.00 acres, more or less. LOT No. 4. Beginning at u stake a juelgment upon which execution may roles. Being the same lanel reinvcye I IC'i E 23 poles to a corner of fence, ! by Rnlinela Hill, Itoy Williams coiner; thence with his in Poll rl Pike, corner to Lot No. I lie, payable to W. II. Brown, Mas. to Iva Hill line S 854 E 58',4 poles S 84 E 22 3; the N. W, corner of tobacco barn ter Commissioner of the Cat rani Cir- by deed elateel IVbnmry 1, 1899, mil in the (iiurard Countv pedes to u mulberry on East bank of bears S 21 E 44 links; thence with cuit (.'emit, and a lien will bo reserveel riceirileel Still House blanch; thence S U'-- i W Lot No. .'! S 7'i W U4'i poles to cor-4- upon the piopeity sedel until the pur- Clerk's OHice in I l Ilo.ilc 15, pane 131. iioles to a stake in center of Polly ner of Saiah Une; thence with her chase money is paiel. Bend pike, corner to Lot No. 3; thence line S 44'a E 40 poles thence S 43 h Tract No. 2. Beginning at a stake Saiel land will first be offered In il, the middle of the UncasU'r ic with Lot No. 3 with center of pike E at 5 li poles pass over a high cliff, fciir tracts as set eiut hveiu ami the 4 pules to n sugar tree under I'lTclcel as u whede ami the bid or biels Buckeye Turnpike K .'19 E 2fi poles N 47'j E 2(1 poles to n al Rouel; thence with the beginning, containing 43 acies, the cliff; theme down the hill N 51 will be aecepteel which realizes the elewer line N ! W 15.8 poles to u K 10 poles to 4 sycumorcs on West mint money, more or less. stake;. thence N 'JJ'.j W 32.0 poles to W. II. BltOWN, LOT No. 2. Beginning at a stake side of White Oak Cieek; thence down n stake near u beech anil a spiing; in center of Polly Bend Pike, corner White Oak Creek N 22 W 12 pedes Matter Commissioner (larranl Circuit thence N 79 W 17.4 poles to u beech; 1 & 3; thence with Ut N 12 E 25 poles 'N 47'i: W 18 poles of Ut No. thence leaving elower N 25"i K IJ Court. No. I N Wt W at 4 's poles pass a N 29 W 24 poles N 8 K 25 poles to U - WALKEIt. Attorney for Plain-tiff- s. poles to u stake in line to LawlerV; I walnut, in all 15'a pedes to a walnut;, two box elders on east bank of creek thence his line S 08 K 20.4 pedes to u thence N 7711 W 10 poles to a stake 'ut upper eml of a bottom corner to SALE OF PERSONAL PKOPEIt-Tstake inielelle of afoiesaiel turnpike; ON PREMISES AT SAME thence with miille of same S 21 W in Still House branch; thence down, the 3 acre tlact bought of George "said branch N 26V E 32 poles to a j Ruble; thence to iucluile said 3 acres TIME BY THE ADMINISTRATOR. 21.0 poles S 3P.i W 10.4 poles to the sycamore then N 7 E 30 poles; thence J up the hill S GO E 12 poles to u sugar beginning, containing 19 acres, llehi,; I Intrusion cf Willi. N 31 V 14 poles N 51 W 10 poles tree at base of cliff; thence with the " '.Scui- - me, aunt I I bate tn bother the same tract of land inherited by I to the mouth of blanch on South side cliff N 02 E 17 poles to a white oak. viellwlinl I lliliiir will hf. ultel.... I Iwi Beazley fiom her father, S. A. of Ky. Itiver; thence up the South IS 35 E 14 poles to u beech under the le.ri u little hiinke Unit I'm- - mislaid." . Hill and conveyed to her by partitiein Bank of Itiver N .31 E about HH'cliir; thence down the hill N 70 W I.'" jeleeel from S. A. Hill's heirs to S. A. ."i4'v K 8 poles to a oin in Polly Hem! pike, an elm pointer bears S 48 w 18 l'nks' corner to Lot No. 1; No. 4 with center , theme with of ,,oll' lll'nd Pikt" 14' K 7 P0'0" s "' w 20 I,olcs s 21 w 27 Poll' outh 20 IK,1,S s 1:1 w :!0 Polt'" s 4 K 2(; K 18 l'olt' s 8' K 18 Poe s nol 5 w 14 P0'1' s :la w 10 l'"'es S 81 W 8 poles N 85 W ut 18 '.5 m,'es pass corner of Lot 3 & 4, in u" 54 P"1'" tu a stake: tvtm- - S 5!) w 10 PK' ,0 tht" Winning, contain-mentione- d inK J0 aern m"rv or N 24 W 41 pedes N 17' W 40 pedes N 10 W 70 pedes North 34 poles N 12 E 24 poles to a walnut near lower eml of bottom; thence N 24 E about 30 exile to the mouth of a drain; thence up saiil drain N 08 3 W 20 pedes to a stake in drain with sycamore to a stake- - ,N 3P; E 29.0 pedes tn tV beginning, 'containing 29 acres. Tract No. 2. Containing 104 acn-l arranl County, Kentucky, ami SALE OF LAND adjoining Tract No. 1, anil hotindesl cm the South by Tract No. I, known as Canaiel Cirruit Court. the douer of Rohnela Hill, on West lowncis thereof by Sutton laml, on the North by It Beul.ih lleazley's lirdii., et al Pltffs. TERMS Vs. The sale will Ik- - maele on a creelit of lieazley tract, and on the East by the i ami tucln-- months an. I the pur- Buckc)c turnpike. Defts. Lizzie Walker, et al, The purpose of the sale herein is tei Pursuant to a judgment rendered chaser will be reimireel to execute among w.e j.emi at the August Term, 1919, the under-signe- bonels with approved security f.ir the Commissieiner will sell at publ- purchase price, elue in six ami twele.- - "ncr theieof. TKR.MS. l ic- auction before the Court House months, said IkiiiiIs bearing six The sale will Ik- - maele on a credit of eleieir in Uncaster, nt interest from el.ite until nail Kentucky, at 11 ' six am! twelve mouths, ami the pu' o'clock a. m., or thereabouts, ein !h:.ving the force ami effect of a juelg- - j ' "' ris(uiml to executo me nt upein which execution may issue, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 919. it ecurity. due n PI'-'payable to W II Itr.iwn. Master Cum-lun- ,l being the first elay of the Curra.-e- l injssioner of the (iarrarel Circuit Coin I. six ami twelve months, for the pured County Court Term, the leal chase- price, saiil IsineU, beiring si. nne; a lien will tie rcscmsl upon th-in the pleaillngs anil de" "' iulerest flom el.te until pal.' proiwrty sold until the purchase mom-scribed as follows; jnavnig cue roice anil eurci oi u jueig js paj,( In G'arrarel County, Kentucky, on U'"'" w'''1'' ''Xl'ful'"n n,uy is"i', W II BltOWN M C (' C C im the waters of Scott's Fork of Suga;' Atty' for" PUffs. j payable tn V. II. "r"w" J E. ROBINSON, Creek ami bouneTcd as fedlous, missioner C.irard Circuit Court, ami n Beginning ut u stake in line to Buton; hen will be icservesl upon the property iedcj thence his line N 07j W 159.0 sedel until the pure base money is paid te. a stake; thence S f7?i W 32'li COMMISSIONER'S i W. II. BROWN, M. I G. C C poles (o a stake at edge of blanch; SALE OF LAND;J thence up the same with its meiuieleit COMMISSIONER'S P"s'i. l'h',r tt"r (iarraril Circuit T, O. Hill, et al... Vs. '' ' - Court. .Plaintiffs Tobacco J Lizzie Walker, et al,. . . Defemlants. Pursuant to u juilvmcnt rendered 9 lit the August Tel in, 1919, the under S signeei Commissioner will sell ut pub 2 lie auction lieforc the Couit tlou eloeir ill Iincaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, or thereabouts, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1919, it being the first elay of the (iuirard County Court j t el nl the leal estate' mentioneil in the llleudillLfS mill describee) as fedleiws; Saiel lanel Count-.- Sticks FOR SALE per 90cls hundred J. S. DUKE Crab Orchard, Ky. I is in (larranl aril describeel as fullows: IfMHtNNMMtNIMI at a stake in the lain-'ssa MM caster and Iliukeje Turnpike, oppo site coiner of lot; thence new line N 05 W 15.8 poles to n stake N 22 W 32.0 poles tei a stake near a beech If you want your niyl spring; thence N 79 W 17.4 polcs to a hvis-hthence S'37U W 71 iioles FARM SOLD AT .to a stake ill branch; tlUnce up saiel .branch with its meanders S 09 ',i K,! A GOOD PRICE 0.G poles S 55 E 24 .)oles S 48 E 18 pules courses E 14 poles ' See or cull. V. 7.1'! South 00 K 18.0 noles N 70 S. A. WALKKR. Mir, poles to u stake in the middle of said Wakefield Walker Really Co. turnpike; thence with the middle andij Kentucky, JLiOOK ; I ' I meanders of the same N 3 E 29 polcs 'j MNCAHTKIt. KY. I