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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 11, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919091101_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 11, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER LANCASTER SECTION 1 THIRTIETH YEAR II. 919. I NUMBER 24. Cirrus next ihe kills. week Daddy take Never win such weather for cutting as the pnst two week. A LANCASTER AUTOMOBILE RAPIDLY DRIVERS Ma-chin- house, A for 'a, tioutc cum My Kingdom home. Kingdom the And a begging Garden truck vvn given a severe jutt by dry weather, and in keeping with everything else is senrrc mid hiRh. " Stanley Herron servicu in France. there existed a tacit brotherThe Lancaster Graded and High enlisted Several local Nimrods arc anxious-l- y two years ago last May, and from hood between drivers; should one School opened Sept. 1st, for the was awaiting a telephone call soon sent to France where ho enMinisters of Kentucky have been 11I19-2!- ! term under the most aus- has been Charity" saying the river is right, hnve a blowout, puncture, or in active service since. He asked to make next Sunday Septem counter liny kind of trouble on the I tn leave for Rockcastle. .its than a quarter of n century picious circumstances nnd the pres- was the first to volunteer from here, ber 14th, Kentucky Memorial Buildroad, every passing driver would ent term giver promise of being the year the slop and tender his services, would ugo it was the consensus of opinion most successful In the history of the and was among the first American' ing Sunday nnd to preach a rermon About this time last Ijincaster troops to go to France. He has re that day in tribute to those Kentuc-klan- s cr among the residents of llu" epidemic made its appearance, illvld-- . his la- -t drop of "gas", that "Lancaster would never amount institution. There was a liberal at- ceived two citation from General who gave their lives in the lets use every precaution and not cheerfully render any assistance In to much, it was on a branch railroad,! tendance of the patrons of the Parker for valiant service at the his p.nver war with Germany, adding their encontribute to it recurrence. both from nothing hut farming to depend upon patrons of the school, battle front. Hut alas, bow limes have changed, dorsement to the movement to honor town and county, giving evidence of Helovv are a few of the many-thin- the State's immortal dead by erect city reservoir has been should the one to be in trouble, even and nothing to make it". The These same people have doubtless the deep Interest being taken In the clean-inhis division did. drained anil (riven a thorough ing on the campus of the Unlvesity we are ashamed to say, for of the school bv the parents. This of It"First American Troops to Land of Kentucky a building to be put to and the water pipes have been gentler sex. It would not attract the readied a realiration of the fact that Lancaster is growing in spite self is a source of great snourage-ment in France and last to go home. flushed, a precautionary measure, attention, much care .mil asdally use by the students, as lasting to the faculty, and has a tenof herself, in fart is rapidly out-- j "First in Sector. tribute to the memory of our dead sistance of the average passerby. is housing growing herself. In truth the city; dency to caure them to redouble Tobacco cutting and "First to shoot at Germans. Of course there are Good S. mar- heroes. and farmr limits should be extended with the j their efforts to further Interests of going forward rapidly, "First to Attack. The drive in the State for the itans, even In this speed crazed ap. or marKvcn now the this splendid school. least possible delay. "First to Conduct a Raid. are Jubilant at the thought raising of the $300,000 required for who are ever willing nnd ready to year. city water mains are being extended The attendance the first day was at home this keting their cro "First to be Raided. the construction of n proper and assist their unfortunate fellow mot to city limits, as are the 35.1, but has already increased "First to capture prisoners. fitting building, with the tablets on orists, but they are the exception beyond the light wires, and suburban residents 3i., and within two mure weeks the rent for light house Itoonis for "First to suffer Casualties. which will be enrolled the namcr cf rather than tne rule, and the motor keeping, furnished or unfurnished, enjoying all the advantages of 100 mark Is expected to be passed. "First to be cited singly in gener- those who made the supreme sacriists who encounters trouble on the are The opening exercises were con- al orders. of year t'.'I'J. taxa-- , for balance following day, fice will begin the road must retort to the nearest tele- the city residents, without the ducted by Rev. II. 'S. Hudson, as- Mrs. Mauil Bogie. rirst in number of division. September 15 and will continue phone and have a "trouble man" tion. risted by ICev. Dawes, and the minis- corps and Army A few brief words as to the cause Commander did throughout the week, ending Satur the nearest garage to aid following their General Staff Officcre The old "chute well" has Ucn sent from nf this rapid growth; first we may ters of the city, produced day, September 20th. Reports to distress. usual custom, will give liberally of from lused anil sealed by the health in his its personnel. Campaign Manager, W. E. Freeman. Aside from .ibanib e'tig of the nttribute it tn our school, it is an authorities, an examination of the their time in nrsisting in the Chapel "In front line 220 days. once consider- undirputcd fact that Lancaster has of Lexington, Indicate that there will water showing the presence of ty- curtesies whuh wire and high exercises. "Captured 16.1 officers and C..104 be little difficulty in raising the to an- one of the best graded ed due from one motorist fum Following is the personnel of the phoid germs. men, 11 "pieces of field artillery, til needed und that the people arc 'manother, there eems to be cultivated schools in the state. This has at- faculty for the current term: tracted a great ninny people, not trench mortars, 413 machine guns. ifesting the deepest interest in the wareamong a great number of driver "Garrard's own" Tobacco I'rincipal, Prof. I'. II. Hopkins. only from the county, but from n "Casualties 21,612. first and only opportunity that will house is ncaring completion and the an absolute disregard for the rules distance, who have moved in and Assistant Principals. Miss Robin- "Killed and died of wourds 1,111. be given the State at large to have voice of of the road, the laws of the land or musical, if unintelligiMe, and Mrs. Hopkins and Miss Mar jen must be accommodated. "Replacements received !M,i0i. u share in honoring the memory of the auctioneer will be heard at home the in.iifiirt and safety of the pedesAnother great factor in the garet Ston, "Distinguished service crosses vvoa their Louisville, soldiers. dead trian who is compelled to travel by growth with the opening of the season. Junior High School Miss Eliza 350." of laincaster is the fertility which is to construct a memorial any other mode than the gas route. Miss Uurchett. Kain and Their sole desire seems to be to se of the soil of the county; Garrard Smith. building of it own later, ha generDon't forget sj he Walter Grade 1. Miss Lucretia Skinner. i.r heralded the world over as one of Holt Long Sale Saturday, Sept. 13th. cure the greatest amount of speed Swine- - ously consented to a quota of $C0,-00Huena Vista. tells us from their machine, be it a powerful the most productive counties of the V which it .hopes to raise the first T King the Auctioneer Grade 2. Miss Amanda Anderson. productive states in the Union. day of Its drive under the direction he Is going to sell the land and per-on- eight cylinder or an humble "Lizzie". most Grade .1. Mis F.thel Kstridge. of Two Garrard county products price, so Sighting a horse drawn vehicle ill of Messrs E. W. Ilines and K. S. property rcgardles of Paint- - Lick. He tells us he i figuring on some Woosley. Because Fayette county to blow alone would have made it famous; come out and buy at jour own price. the distance, they begin tirade 4. Miss Ada Rich. thing good for the buyers right here is to have the location of the build"Sam Hurt corn cob pipes" and frantically until the vehicle has givear when en them the greater portion of the "Kelley hurley tobacco", to smoke' Grade a .Missy Myrtle Ruble, of in Garrard as well as other Counties. ing it quota was fixed at $100,000 of This Is the time Ilticna Vifta typhoid is most prevalent An ounce highway, then oftentimes parsirig so in them, are known the world over und there 'is said to be no doubt this Kavan- tirade li. Miss Martha .if prevention is worth a pound of i lose as to place the occupants of and are sutfirlent of themselves to money will be raised, us leading L. eugli. overhauling and the buggy or wagon In danger iifbe- - put us on the map. cure, and a ilium citizens of Lexington and the counNoland will Mrs. Mae Hughes might ii g overturned should their hors.-cleansing of jour premise The production of from live to ty have given the movement their have charge of the musical departa big doitnrs shy at the dust encircled ave a human life, er pasiiiv eight millions of tobacco annually. ment and already ha n very large hearty approval besides their perTl'c following wus tuken from the sonal contribution. bill. They seem to be ohliv. j nnd the best tobacco that goes over' n.achine. prospects clur.s. with splendid for DAILY LIUDF.R. published at Ponto The general committee asks that lous of tile fact that the horse drawn the Kentucky breaks, is bound liberal additions as the term pro tine. Illinois, en A.ugust 21st vehicles are entitled to Just as much attract attention from the outside gresses. any citixen interested In the memo n blare ol buglesand a "With world, and the unprecedented deapproached by local An outdoor ice cream supper with road. Just as much considerationas The majority of the teacher ri'ttle of ilrunu IVntiac's first circus rial, who is not mand for our land, and the almost own machine. committee for this contribution, connbove mentioned have music ami humorous readings will their been of tl e year invaded parade the send his check direct to Treasurer Nor is this reckless nnd speed fabulous prices being offered therei i..n 1.1 tlm Itorfm Vista Consoli nected with the school for reveral downtown district shortly before dated School Saturday evening Sept. mania confined tn the country roads; for, shows that our fame has not years and their ability i well 12:01) o'clock this noon. The Wal- John R. Downing, Phoenix and Third right within the limits of the city of gone unheralded. National Bank, Lexington, and all 13th. from seven to ten o'clock. known. The teacher from a dis- ter I Main shows were in town. laincnster, Nor is tobacco our only reliance, but not occasionally, such contributions will be credited Proceeds to be used in furnishing tance who have been added to the The parade was on time to th every day, the machines race to mil vie raise hemp, as good, and in as assistant teachers rooms in the new faculty were chosen with great care, dot, nnd was viewed by large crowds to the county in which the contribufro along our streets with absolute great quantity as any of the blue and come highly recommended Tcachcrage. as a it wended its glittering way thru tor resides. disregard for the laws governing grass countys, wheat, corn and the Pledges in. lieu of cash will be acexperienced educators. the city streets, and finally returned Nov' tralTic and speed within the city small grains in proportion, to say It will be' noticed that several, of to the circus lot northwest of the cepted, 1und first payment due peril of nothing of the enormous amount of limits; to the imminent ember and other payment at inthe new teachers are Garrard coun city limits. Kit! acres in Garrard county.3 pedertrinns; scattering dust, dust, live stock, poultry anil produce that ty girls, who hnve terval of three months, but in the had year of ev The first performance on the ex miles from Lancaster; two story resi- poutry and consternation in their is shipped from the county annually. perience be raised in in the schools of the county, j CU!l ut tu0 u aw CT0K, to the main the 4300,000 will No wonder laincaster grows, that dence; 7 acre tobacco barn; never-failin- g vake. cash and work on the building will and whose ability are well known. ,i,ow ..rounds. A earlv a 1:30 the These things are not as they she has outgrown herself. well; pond, and running wat-..- r is The school board left no stone un "kidland" which is that region Just be started a soon as the fund sTi.000 worth of crops on this should be; drivers of automobiles defiinitely assured by reports from Hlght now there is not sufficient turned to secure very best as near the front as possible in a the It will pay for Itself should have some consideration for houses In Lancaster to accommo teachers and it is thought farm this year. the State. that ffe The Kentucky posts of the Amerin 3 or 4 years, Price $100. per aci$ the lives and property of their fel- date our own people, and it is nn prerent faculty i one of the very circus, tent was filled with happy youth. The menagtria kept the ican Legion, it is expected, will give THOMAS REAL ESTATE. low men. should not drive as if they every day occurrence D. A. for someone best that ever started on a term of interest until a fanfare from the their hearty approval to the project Kentucky. were going for a physician every from a distance to conduct an unLancasUr, the chool. hand told of the starting of the time they leave their garage, shautd successful search for a house, either Lancaster and Garrard county "greatest show on earth step right and aid actively in raising the fund exercise some Judgment, should to rent or buy. Houses are going for the building to be a tribute to may well be pround of this splendid this way ladie and gentlemen rerealize that there are other being their dead comrades in arm. Mr. rapidly, but not rapidly enough institution, for it has done more served sent ticket to the right-s- tep Under the auspices of the local in the town and country besides tic up Edward W. Hines, state chairman, to supply the demand. V Ham than any other factor to give us the W C. T I?.. Col. George lively please." nutomohilist. was assured of the support of the Huihling lota are high, building steady, healthy growth which we are lectured at the Chrisof performing Legion at the meeting of the LouisTrained elephants, these things have been pointtd night, every jut and ilri'.vn I material is high and labor both skill- now enjoying. thrilling equestrian acts, ville committee last week and he bears, tian church Sunday J their attention re- ed and unskilled is high and very church in town suspending services peatedly, hut ut hum having h.-etrapese and aerial performer and say it will be a powerful factor in scarce yet with all that we can conrpecialty feature of many kinds assuring the success of the enter for the occasion. His lecture was regarded , n crMsteney in thes? program. numbered in the The prise. in the interest of the ratification of fooli-.i- i .mil il. Ulcerous practices ci.n ceive of no better investment than amendment at the but le.u" in come must deplorable the erection of a few apartment Mollis family, society equestrians, the prohibition hourc and a number, of small resicoming November election. The five year old mare Flashlight, prerentcd a ri ling act Jidom e.uinl- accident, the loss of human life, p. r- Col. Bain, notwithstanding he is haps the grind'ng out of the life of dences or cottages for sale or rent. raised and owned by Harry Francis i I in the circus world at leant J of our fall The opening this announcer. Tho roller in 'his KOth year is a forceful speaker a little child under the wheels uf a won the class for combined mares, said the Tuesday Sept. 0th, the children of handsome new tobacco $100,000 tl and holds his audience with any age at the State Fair at Louis- skating bear was highly a,nuing Mr, James Clark surprised nin , recklessly driven car, right here :n warehouse I going to cause an in- ville Monday night. g of his remarks Cuesar, the hur.e, when they guthered at hi home on She was later Lancaster. We know not kow soon flux uf people to laincaster; there old at a fancy price to Avery S. tork almost impossible bal,':en. Hcn-i- i Richmond Street with w.i'l fil'dl or whose child it tiiay be. Take will be the managers, book-keepie the bucking mule u side vvi j i Cooney of Chicago. The mare warning before it is too late, drive baskets, it being hi 70th birth'iu". people with tlio At noon the guest were Onvitcd to kt'tur. There yn sired by Rex I'eavine, dam Harcelda, spliting your car at u moderate speed, make mid var.ious of the connected house, to say the operation usui.1 dariiu U i)d West i :cii Mint u dinner which wa spread under the and ha won every ring she ha enthe streets of Iaincnster safe for the untiling of the buyers, handlers and including spacious the bunci, of funny down. The show beautiful pine the on tered in Kentucky, save your Tl ere i mort building goln,: on in children, and perhaps other who are attracted by the to- - Championship at Howling Green. ii c'i- - ii, un nnd with lawn, and everything good '.vu proLancaster and throughout the coun hands from the Main of their in I bacco interests, many of them with She vva trained and exhibited by K. novel new features, and ha. won the vided. A birthday cake made by ty than ever known in it history. uoccnt blood, families; nil to he housed nnd cared name of the I'uhion I'la'e Shows. ly Mi's Gracie Long vvu For those who will not heed the for. It is going to tax u to our T. Doty of Richmond. Till too in spite of high prices of The Main show have the iianii of decorated with hi name mid age. material mid scarcity of labor. I warning, who will not hark to the Uttermost, hotels, boarding houses being u high class' attraction, inning Those present beside hi childiun Many houses are in course of erec- call of Justice and humanity, who ami dwellings to care for them. toured F.uropc before the war." Mr. i.rd i were end grand-ch"ilnnd more in con persist in overspeeding, there is n tion in lainc-iistcIs the amount of the Auction Sale .Many of these will be most deMr. J. I. Dunn, Mr. and Mr. templation before snow Hies. people people- who we would of S. R. Wilder and Son held in Let us insist that our olficer ap- sirable Ruther Clark and Mr. II. I'. JohnBe The boom is not confined to the i Mercer County on the Uth by Swinc-hrouson of Ilurgin, Mr. France 'Clurl., Mr persistent be glad to hnve become permanent Ilryantsville ply it, and when these town, as I'aint Lick, men Two Garrard County residents, and upon the way we Leonard Pollard, Mr. and Mr. T. L. nnd in fart throughout the entire violators are haled to the bar of They like to buy them will depend their May. lire purchaser. Nay lor, Mr. Luther Ilurdet'-- V Dr. county is witnessing the erection of Justice, let It be applied to the full- - care for he readily I have through one farm containing 47 Swinebroad Messrs beand seen that it nut tv.tent. It would seem U'rmii' In So it may J. M. Acton und son, ltoscoe. About iiiiiny new buildlr, ' them, of course to curtail their hoove u to get busy and prepare Moss because they have confidence acres well Improved, on pike, $5,000; 4:30 the happy party began to d'. Judgement as to value and One of 41 acres well improved right part wishing Mr. Clark many mure in their pleasure, hut it might save a human fur the influx, be ready to accommodate them when they come, make know these real estate men will not on pike, $3,800, a bargain; One of happy birthday. life. their situation pleasant make them try to get them to pay more for the 70 acre, for $7,000; One or 118 Think it over Mr. Fast Driver. want to stay, make Lancaster what land than it i worth and know all acres, $1S,000. Also a litle farm WATCH YOUR HENS We pay $1 to $20 per set for them ! ho easily can be made, one of the the time they are getting a square containing five and half acre with Hen that do not lay do not pay. for $1,850. improvement Broken parts in i leading tobacco house und in any condition. markets on the deal. nctn-Uypay 209.97 acre vva bought by I. S. House und lot of one acre, well im- You can make the proportion. We also pay highest Will buy two single or matched state. , bridge-worBrown at $300.00 per acre, 84.21 proved, $1,200. Three number one you for the feed they eat by giving teama of young heavy dapple gray, rush price for old crowns, ' broken Jewelry and old silver black or bay horses, weight 3200 to acres by J. A. Conn at $274,130 per good store stands, with fresh stock of them B. A. THOMAS' POULTRY egg acre, 61.28 acres by G rover Ballard good. Call and see me at once and REMEDY every day. Tonic, of all kinda. Mail it to us your 3600 pound. Also want young Working-me- n wanted in nil de- at 1103.50 per acre and G, L. Sow-d- I will gladly give all information. producer and used for gapes, bowel money sent by return mail. heavy spotted horse. partments. Apply on Circus ground BRACKNEY REFINING CO., I The Wulter - Main Circus 39.02 acres at $165.00 per acre. These farina must be disposed of in troubles and other troublea IncidenFor sate by W, A. slogan "Always the next fifteu day or they pass tal to poultry. Swinebroad's 228 West Chestnut Street, Apply on Circus ground ut Lancaster-FWalter I. Main Circus, niCKKRSON, Lancaster, Ky. adv W. T. King Louisville, Ky. riday from my hand. Sept. 19th. Lancaster, Friday Sept. 19th. Sells" still remains set up in type, HERRON Ministers Will Back Memorial. HigrT Soon To Arrive Home and Graded ALL IN KENTUCKY WILL BE Service At The Grow More Keckless Forging To The Front, School Opens What REQUESTED TO MAKE REFFront. As Number Of Promises To Be Ranks Among The TO ERENCE HEROIC Friends here will be interested to Increase. Most Successful DEAD AND TRIBUTE Most Progressive tcurn that Stanley Herron, sen of Mr, and Mrs. Luther K. llerrou, hns TO MEMORY IN Hut a few years ago when the Year. landed in New York, nfter two years Towns In The automobile crnie was in Its SERMONS. es incip-lenc- STANLEY y State. Watch Out For broad's Other Sales. Walter Main Show Here. Ice Cream Supper. Farm For Sale Col. Bain Lectures. Garrard County Mare Wins At Louisville. Surprise Birthday. Buildings Going Up Rapidly. f $108,665.97. Farms To Sold At Once. Wanted Old False Teeth. Horses Wanted. Men Wanted. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept II 1919. FOR I 2d w si 9 ALL HUES wr- i OF CARS Wc have gone into the auto top business on a large scale, and are making top for all kinds of cars on short notice, out of all kinds of material, from the cheapest Ford Rubber to the best Silk Mohair, Neverleak, Panticotc. Most cars need only the top and back curtains and can let you have a top most any day, and in some cases in five hours. We carry n full line of one of the best batteries made and have them for the most popular cars, and our prices are always right. Vulcan Springs, one of the best springs and carry in stock for the following cars: Olds, Oakland, Overland, Maxwell, Buick, Chevrolet, Ford. When you need a spring don't worry, come to us. We. bought a large stock when they were cheap and are offering to you the best Diamond Bumper for $7.50, and they cannot be purchased at that price now. We carry a full stock of Pumps, Jacks. Shock Absorbers, at popular prices. u. S. L. Batteries Jenkins Bumpers Remember that we are the makers of Arnold's Hand Made Buggies and make them in large quantities. M. ARNOLD. Danville, Ky TERMS. poles pass corner of I.ot 3 & 4, in The sale will be made on a credit all 54 poles to a stake; thence S 59 W 10 poles to the beginning, contain- of six and twelve months and the purto will lie required 90 SALE OF LAND ingLOT acres,3. more or less. at a stake chaser with approved security execute for the bonds Beginning No. in Polly Bend pike, corner to Lot No. purchase price, said Iwnds liearing 1 & 2; thence with Lot No. 2 N .19 K six per cent interest from date until (iarrard Circuit Court. 10 poles to a stake; thence S 8.1 E paid, having the force and effect of Liizie Williams, et al Plaintiffs nt 2.1 poles pass gate in Front of a judgment upon which execution may Vs. dwelling, in all 3o?4 poles to a stake isuc, payable to W. H. Brown, MasSpiller Lane, et al Defendants in pike, corner to Lot. No. 4, the N. ter Conimissionei of the Garrard Cirto a judgment rendered W. corner of tobacco barn bears S cuit Court, and a Hen will be reserved pursuant August Term, 1913, the under- 21 E 44 links; thence with Lot No. 4 upon the property sold until the purat the signed Commissioner will sell at pub- S 7V4 W at 94 U poles pass corner chase money is paid. lic auction to the highest bidder on of Said land will first be offereil in Iot No. 4. and land of Sarah Lane, the land near Buena Vista, in Gar- in all 100 0 poles to corner of four tracts as set out herein and then rard County, Kentucky, at 10:30 fence; thence N 83 W 74Vi poles to offered as a whole and the bid or bids o'clock, A. Mf. on WEDNESDAY, corner of Jenning and Eliza Lane; will be accepted which realizes the SEPTEMBER 24, 1919, the real estate thence with their line N 71, E CO most money. W. II. BROWN, mentioned in the pleadings and de- poles to stake in Polly Bend pike, scribed as follows: corner to Lot No. 1; thence with IM Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. Said land is in four tracts "and No. 1 N 39 E 26 poles; thence N 47 's E 20 poles to the beginning, containU L. WALKER, Attorney for Plainon the waters of Kentucky River: tiffs. LOT 1. Beginning at a point in ing 44. GO acres, more or less. SALE OF PERSONAL PROPER-TLOT No. 4. Beginning at a stake center of. Polly Bend pike, it being a AT SAME ON PREMISES corner of Lot No. 2 and 3; thence in Polly Bend Pike, corner to Lot No. with the lines of Lot No. 2,N S?i 3; the N. W. corner of tobacco barn. TIME BV THE ADMINISTRATOR. W 15 poles to a walnut N' 77'ti bears S 21 E 44 links; thence withl JUDSON. W 1C poles to a stake in old Still Lot No. 3 S 7'i W 94U poles to corHouse branch; a mulberry bears S ner of Sarah Lane; thence with her .Mrs. l),e Cummins was the guest ll'a W 41 links; thence down said line S 444 E 40 poles thence S 454 last week of Mrs. Marshall Ray. branch N 264 E 32 poles to a syca- E at .10 poles pass over a high cliff, is visiting Miss Mollie Moberley more; thence N 7 E at 32 poles pass-ote- r in all 04 poles to a sugar tree under friend) at Judson this week. high ledge In all 30 poles, N the cliff; thence down the hill N 51 a Walton. 31 W 14. poles N 51 W 10 poles to the E 10 poles to 4 sycamores on West Mrs Henry Ray ami daughter mouth of said branch, on South side side of White Oak Creek; thence down! were the guests Friday of Mrs. L. U I of Kentucky River; thence down the White Oak Creek N 22 W 12 poles Matthews. des South bank of river S 69 W about N 12 E 23 pules N 474 W 18 112. poles to Mrs. Green's line; thence N 29 W 21 poles N 8 E 23 poles to with her line' hp the hill and cliff, S two lwx elders on cast bank of creek 15V5 E 23 poles to a corner of fence, at upper end of a bottom corner to Roy Williams corner; thence with his the 3 ucie tract bought of George S 84 E 22 Ruble; thence to include said 3 mlcs. line S 85 V4 E 58 H poles to a mulberry on East bank of up the hill S 00 E 12 poles to a sugar Still House branch; thence S 0'i W tree at base of cliff; thence with the la Her Mother' Home, Says Tfcii 40 poles to a stake in center of Polly cliff N 02 E 17 poles to a white oak, Georgia Lady, Regarding Black-DraugBend pike, corner to Lot No. 3; thence S .'1.1 E 14 poles to a beech under the Relief From Head with Lot No. 3 with center of pike cliff; thence down the hill N 70 W( ache, malaria, Chills, etc. N 39 E 20 poles N 47 ',4 E 20 poles to 10 poles to a willow at the South bank the beginning, containing 43 acres, of Ky, River; thencu down the South ningsold. Ga. Mrs. Cbas. Gaston, more or less. bank of River N 32 W 10 poles Nl of this ilacc, writes: "I am a user In fact. LOT No. 2. Beginning at u stake 11 'a W at 15 poles cross mouth of of Thedrord's It was one of our family medicines. in center of Polly Bend Pike, corner White Oak 'Creek, in all 10 poles to a, Also In my mother's homo, when I of Lot" No. 1 & 3; thence with Lot sycamore N 24 W 41 poles N 174 was a child. When any of us childW at 4',i poles pass a W 40 poles X 10 W 70 pule North ren complained of headache, usually No. 1 N GH caused by constipation, she gave us walnut, in all 15a poles to a walnut; 31 poles N 12 E 24 poles to a walnut a dose of t. which would thence N 7714 W 10 poles to a stake near lower end of bottom; theme N rectify tbo trouble. Often In the Spring, wo would liavo malaria and in Still House branch; thence down 24 E about 30 poles to the mouth of kind, wh chills, or raid blanch N 26V4 E 32 poles to a a drain; thence up said drain N 084' would taketroubles of this pretty regBlack-Draugsycamore then N 7 E 3(1 poles; thence W 20 pules to a stake in drain with ular until tho liver acted well, and N 31 W 14 poles N 51 W 1G poles pointers, thence with Blakeman's line, we would soon be up and around without It. Wo would to the mouth of branch on South side S 544 W 13 poles to a stake in Pollyi again. certainly baanot be us lots of saved for It of Ky. River; thenco up the South Bend pike, corner to Lot No. 2, an doctor bills. Just a dose of Black-Draugwhen not so well saves s Bank of River N 31 E about 118 elm bears S 48 W 18 links; thence bed." poles to a drain, corner to Blakeman; with Lot No. 2 with center of Pollyi lot of days la Black-Draughas been Thedford's thence with Blakeman's line East 18 Bend pike, S 144 K 7 poles S 5 W la us for maay years In tho treat-Ken- t and bowel of stomach, liver poles to corner'of fence near top of 20 poles S 21 W 27 poles South 20 which cliff; thence with fence S CI Vi E 20 poles S 13 W 30 poles S 4 E 26 ioles troubles, and the popularity merit. It sow enjoys la proof of Us poles to corner of fence; thence N S 84 E 18 poles S 134 E 18 poles your liver Is not doing Us duty, It 54 H E 8 poles to u point in Polly S 5 W 14 poles S 39 W 10 poles to you will suffer from such disagreeIlend pike, an elm pointer bears S stake with walnut pointers; thence S able symptoms as headache, biliousIndigestion, etc., ness, constipation. 48 W 18 links, corner to Lot No. 4; 84 W 8 poles; thence N 85 W 18'4 and unless something Is done, serious thence with Lot No. 4 with center poles to the beginning, containing 89 trouble may result has been Thedford's Black-Draugif Polly Bend pike S 14V4 E 7 poles acres, more or less. valuable remedy for theso The purpose of the sale herein is found a It Is purclr vegetable, and S 5 W 20 poles S 21 W 27 poles South troubles. 20 poles S 13 W 30 poles S 4 E 20 to pay the Indebtedness against the cts In a prompt and natural wsy, liver pott" S 814 E 18 poles S 1314 E 18 land and to divide the proceeds re- remitting thecleansing to Its proper lb bowels ot functions and pole 3 5 W 14 poles S 39 W 10 maining after paying the said debts Impurities. Try It. Insist on Thed-torpoles S 84 W 8 poles N 85 W at 18U' among the joint owners thereof. ths original and genuins, B IS COMMISSIONER'S Mrs, Hugh Simpson and Mrs. B. Ijine spent Wednesday with Mrs. Mack Gay. Mi's Arleigh Matthews is viiting her nunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Matthews. Miss Agnes and Zonie Ray were the charming week end guests rf Miss VergelU Ray. Ray .Misses l.iila Mae anil Nelle were the charming guests of their tourin. Miss Mrrie Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Naylor and I C. Clark were the guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Creech were the guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Black. Mrs. Nannie Ray and daughter, Vergelia, were the guests Friday of Mr. unil Mrs. Jesse Simpson. .Mr. Ilillr.nl Simpon and son, spent Wednesday with her parents, .Mr. unci Mrs. Leslie Hill. Miss Mae Dailiy has returned home after u pleasant stay with her grand-parenMr. and Mrs. J. K. in which to '. 1 r !y n few mere A. T Scott, list your property. Garrard County Tax Com. Mrs. I.. L. Matthews continues ill. ' Mrs. Hugh Simpson spent one day last week with Mrs. J. J. Thompson and daughter. M. DOWN GOES H C of L Having taken a permanent position with Stratton and Sterstegge Co., of Louisville, I will close out my entire stock of General Merchandise at wholesale prices. All the good are new and bought just before the last advance. Other merchants 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. ' S. Phone 365-R- N. MOEFOED BUCKEYE, KY. . r POOR RIDCE, KY. FAMILY MEDICINE Ptrplelnn. j One Value of Silence. One of the inj Merles of this life Is Silence own't mi an wiwloin. but why they inll It a twining when every u fellow who Keeps hU ni.iulli rimed parents. kid knows Unit tl nil affected by ran nt lnit hold In whnl lie doesn't Miss Arleigh Matthews spent last tin- - performance get tan at nil. know. week with her uunt, Mrs. L. I.. Matthew. Miss Huttie Simpson spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. Dan Ray of Buckeye. .Miss Mauilie Clause spent Saturday until Monday with Miss Haltie Simpson. Stella Fruncis, the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Duncan, is ill at this writing. Miss Semie Cummins was the at- tractive guest Saturday ami Mimlny of Miss Christine Preston, Only u few more days in which to A. T. SCOTT, list your property. Garrard Co. Tax Com. Mrs. William Whittaker and .Mr. and Mrs. U. (!. Preston nnd Miss Carrie Preston spent Wednesday with Mrs. I. II. Duncan. The Chevrolet Motor Car is te In every respect. Ruilt for service and comfort. and Miss Iva Dell Montgomery Mr. O'rear Wliittakcr, spent one Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 day last week in Madison with his Four Ninety Touring $735.00 sister. Mrs. Elbert Chandler. "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grow ind son "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 William, und Mr. and Mrs. Thomas j F. O. B. Factory. LeMay spent Sunday with Mr. and I A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. Mrs. E. L. MeMay and family. i They have marvelous power, and noted as hill One of the moat enjoyablo events climbers. Let us demonstrate. for the little folks was it birthday! party at the home of Mr. and Mrs It. H. Preston, in honor of tho two little sons Elven and J. C. Pre I on. Refreshments were served r.l nil Paint Lick, Kentucky. pent a most delightful viiin,j. were premie. About forty-'v- e Mr. and Mrs. V, T. Sanders and son Charles, spent Sunday with their THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept II, 1919 3 Wednesday, September 24th, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. This farm we will sell for O. H. HENDREN AND R. G. WOODS. Lick, 7 miles Berea. Long frontage on pike. ( On Menislaus pike, 8 miles Richmond, 4 miles Paint A Brand new 6 room dwelling, 2 porches, cellar, cistern, new barn, 36 x 40, new garage and all out buildings new. Two large barns 40X120 and 44X120-2- 0 foot eaves. Two concrete silos 16X42. Can Another 6 room dwelling, porch-cisterfeed 100 head of cattle in each barn. 2 tenant houses. 25 acres in tobacco, 90 acres in corn, 40 acres meadow, balance in Blue SOD. Grass. 100 ACRES VIRGIN BLUE GRASS This land is ready to "Punch" be n used for a stock farm and grazed by big cattle for years. Watered by 4 ponds, springs and Silver Creek. Everlasting water in every field. KNOWN AS THE JOHN POWERS FARM. Long frontage on pike. Will be subdivided and sold in tracts of 60 acres to 150 acres. Just to suit the purchasers. Land is level and rolling and very fertile. In good neighborhood, and close to schools and churches and markets. Look over the land before day of sale. Doc Hendren at the farm will show it to you, or R. G. Woods, Cashier Peoples Bank at Paint Lick. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS", and always offers something good. AN ABSOLUTE ALSO REMEMBER THIS LAND WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE, BY BID OR LIMIT. SALE. SOMEBODY MAY GET A BARGAIN. Buyers at Swinebroad's sales get a square deal. For further particulars see Doc Hendren, R. G. Woods, or n. 435 Acres of Madison County Land at Auction s m p ! or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager,. INEBEO AD, The Real Estate Wan LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. MARCELLUS. n Mr. J. M. Kdwards ua. Ht thp Fair Thursday. Mr llprlirrt Taylor ultpiiilr.l the Lexington Fair Thursday, Mr. J. M. F.dwnrds has been visiting rpliitivpi. in Richmond. Mi s I. uiy Trumbo of Lancaster is visiting Mrs. Jake Trumbo. Mm. Herbert Taylor spent the week en. I with friends ut Nicholat-Mil.- -. Confidential Cemmunleatlon. Matilda 1...1 li. mention h.rr In laving k ntri-- 'l Ihihii-- p -- !.. cl II In 1l,i rr l a nrrplarp. the p.ll..i nnrr- - this to pi.iiII.Imiw from win- trl.-ti-- l !... r li.'Hrtl. .l.nl.l l,r II- Ilnr l n..lul.' " II..' in. ut it.mii ll enter t mut gle hip your .Imui.t I..- - .nl l..nr.t fori I t.ll Hip nin-- t . I""";'" "" '"'t pp" l.rpnlhp l f"" Hip I.- I-. turned iimlpr which should jn ''" "t "" Laing a Carptt. In n rm "1 pr..ml.e. iMilk Toast Diet Too Much For Her. .llirl fl. )u wwj. n 111 I P Mis Draii, Virginia Watts of Nicholas-i- t thp guest of Mrs. Charlie j lib Having sold my farm and undecided where will go, I will on, Saturday, Sept 20th, AT 10 1-- O'CLOCK, A. M. miles from Lancaster on the Sugar Creek Pike, known as the T. S. Hendren farm, sell the following: 1 four year old mare, 1 three year old mare, mare and mule colt, 1 two year old mule, 2 yearling mare mules, a number one red cow, five years old; 1 three year old heifer cow, 2 nice ' calves, 1 good buggy, 2 sets of harness,, ten thousand tobacco sticks, about 50 barrels of corn, farming implements, and some household and kitchen furniture. About 40 acres of blue grass for rent for the remainder of the year, also 20 acres stock field to rent for the remainder of the year. TERMS made known on day of sale. at my home 2 1 M. S. SIHPSON. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. MiKi.ru It. - llurton un.l Charlie Dean were in ltichmon.l Mon.lay of last week. Mr. George Snow den of Nichol-nivill- .' Iiu Ijem the truest of Mr. i.iul Mrs. Herbert Tajlor. Mr anil Mrs. Lewis Noel were guests of Mr. nml Mrs, Tom Chest-liu- tt at Lexington Satunlay. .Mr. anil Mrs. Henry McAfee unil daughter aii.l Andrew Trumbo vis-ite- .l relaties in Irvine recently. Monday opened here School 17th. 1st with Miss morning September Ida Kirby of Hichmond as teicl.er. The live great schools that run l i: y a few more ila; in whuh n under the name of llerea College, A. 1. Sett. list your property. (.arrant County Tut Com. j or llerea Alliance, open the first term on Wednesday, Sept, 17. The Mrs. Parsons ami liaby have for number of students applying Irvin after n udinisiion in the mountain region is to their home at ami so great that it has been decided visit to M.'silameb Juke Trumbo Henry McAfee. 'that no additional students from the .Mr. nml .Mrs. Norman Grow, Mr. north and the Dluegrass can be nml Mrr. Charlie Dean and Mr, and this year. of Mrs. Henry McAfee uttended the Among the new members Lexington r'nir Thursday. Korea's working force are several Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter en- men whose coming is of large significance. The Ited Cross is placing tertained at dinner, Thursday Mesdimos Prof. li. K. King at llerea to conwere their truest for training and duct special courses Klitabeth un.l Adulpli Joseph .Mr. Willie 1 Long of Uincuster and community workers und social serMr Fox nml daughter uf Columbus vice. Dr. Carl T Waugh, now u member In the V. M. C. A. army Ohio. work and formerly u professor of philosophy at lleloit, comes as dean department and of the collegiate Itev, Dr. 1 professor uf education, Hutchins, formerly pastor of Washtsar KKM.mjJi.am. or M U. Nu1jiW. Ik-H... u au. bluu IIU h.auk .11 twia M wjr 4 Uk IIWlj ington (Haddoii Church of Columbus iaila to ftr Ohio, will be temporary pastor of AT UkVCCUTS, ' the Union Church, nml Prof. 11. II. IT HAKCt fAIH SAIL Groves of Tennessee will take the ftOUXMO RLMbUV CU. U1mm. Kf. pluce of Prof. Hunt of the Normal Department for u year, while Prof. Hunt gives his services to the P.cd Cross. HASELOEN BROS. Battles on Su.n'ays. The .Int.' of the l.iitll.' of Salamanca was Sunday, July Wl; Vlinlern. IViinte .ronor. Orflipx. ThiiIou-- p anil l doctored on what for years with only Vlttorla wpre nl temporary relief. My liver, was werp km. nn n WplllniMon's lte.1 Sunvery bad, after eating I would al- days." Waterl.M. was won on a Sunways have such a. fullness in my day anil the create".! ntlnik on Cron-J.'- s stomach nml my heart would palpi- on atrenihes at I'nanlebiTi: was made Sunday Feb. IS, 1110. tate. I could not eat milk toast without distressing me. Since taking u course of Mayr's Wonderful ltemedy, more than a year ago, I can eat anything my appetite desires." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intcrtinul tract and allays the Inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. It. K. Druggist, Uncuster. McltOIlKItTS, Ky. Adv. MAKE THIS YOUR BICCEST PROFIT YEAR HOC Take the pritits of your corn crop und bigger profits on your hogs by developing and conditioning them for market with II. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDER. Lessens the chance of disease. Kemoving worms GenV. A. DICKF.USON. eral tonic. PUBLIC SALE! AT TWO O'CLOCK, P. M. cow 7 2 good corn in wagon, kitchen will offer for sale for E. Calico at his place, near Teatersville, on Buckeye pike, on I BEREA'S Five DepartmentsOpen Sept. Thursday, Sept 18th, 1919 the following described property; 1 work mare 9 years old, gentle; 1 years old and. 1 calf; 2 sows and pigs; meat hogs. Also about 50 barrels of field; Farming Implements, one buggy and harness. Household and furniture. TERMS made known on day of sale. yr4 Forrest Calico, ftqt. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept supper I 1, 1919. REpLEANED Seed Wheat, Northern Rye and Barley, Timothy Seed, Crimson Clover (New Crop) Alfalfa, Orchard Grass and Ky. Blue Grass BALLARD'S OBELISK FLOUR 0 Pie Supper at Lawson. We As all kinds of material are advencing, ALL IN A STEW By LUCY HIFTON. There will bo a pie Ijiwson at School House, Friday night, September 12th. Everybody invited to come. Proceeds to be used by school. Ocie Dudderar, teacher. Dally Thought, Ilko great aefd no trumpet, Bailey, represent one of the largest Roofing manufac turers in the South. you should place .your order NOW for ffl Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing ACT NOW. Conn m ;live and let live folks.' Brothers. 31 one mischievous iiKcncy, it is necessary to identify tretn all. ,itnd determine the proportion of jruilt at the time of the in- vestigation, and not before- rai:d. Ou natural tendency to make one the Koat for should be resisted in these de liberations. Let us Kt the truth first, and do the vitupe- 1111111 ijr $1.50 a Year. The Central Record ImuccI Weekly. PayabU in Adrance. J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. U. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Post Office in Lan. Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Lancaster, Kj.. September 11, 1919 Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. rating afterwards. An Ideal Home. Read elsewhere in this issue the advertisement of Morgan Broj, sale. This is one of the best farms in the Rate For Political Announcements. county, with a tine house, bum anil For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 in an excellent condition. 10.00 For County Offices Busi For State and District Offices. .15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards", per line For all publications in the interWrite for circulars to Professor est of individuals or expresKen Wilbur R. Smith. Lexington sion of individual views, per of tucky, who refers to thousand 10 successful graduates, many line being .05 among our prominent citizens. Obituaries, per line His graduates secure highest salaried positions. Professor Smith is President of the reliable and influenKentucky Business tial Lexington FOR GOVERNOR. University. , HON. JAMES D. BLACK. Visit it when in Lexington, the College is opposite the Union depot. GOVERNOR. FOR LIEUTENANT WJLLIAM II. SHANKS. If Interested In a ness Education. Democratic Ticket. W f SECRETARY OF STATE. MAT S. COHEN, )' AUDITOR. HENRY M. BOSWOKTH. TREASURER. HENRY F. TURNER. ATTORNEY GENERAL. FRANK E: DAURHEUTY. CLERK COURT APPEALS. JOHN A. tJOODMAN. Public Instruction. L. E. FOSTER. n At n delayed n llillf In iii.ikiii'.-- In-- r :iianr-nncWhen tit last sn. did appear she breathlessly mi iii tn tlie rm bridegroom, who had beon l.arrass waiting for her In agony nml putting her arms iiroiiml (ii nnk exclaimed: "(Hi, John, dear, I tun m sorry I am lute." Waiting In Agony. remit wrddlnz Hip bride COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND Suparintendant Garrard Circuit Court. 1'laintitr.t, Forest Tevis, et al Vs. Manila Iloatley, et al, Defendants. GET THEM WITH Pursuant to a judgment rendered tit THE GOODS. the August term, ltllll, the under At the end of July the sup- signed Commissioner will sell at pub ply of creamery butter showed lic auction before the Court Houst' an increase of 129. per. cent door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 MONDAY, a. against the figures given for o'clock12, m. on it being the SEPTEM first day BER lUl'J, the. same time Jast year. Yet of the Garrard County Court Term, the price was 53 cents a pound the leal estate mentioned in the plead-i- t against the former price of 11 gs ami described as follows: Loca'ed in fiarrard County, Ken cents. It may be the fault of tucky, on the waters of I'ajnt I.I-- k bounded as follows, to wit; hoarding profiteers, or wage-boostin- g Creek, andone-haacres around the profiteers, or profit-- , One and house, and is on Paint Lick Creek and eering middlemen. The blame adjoins the lands of L. T. Ilradshaw, probably rests on more than Ollie Casey and others. one of the above groups of The purpose of the sale herein Is to sinners. We can hardly be-Ife- divide the proceeds among the joint that one group alone 'owners thereof. I TERMS. wolild dar.q to be the sole The sale will bo made on u ciedit cause of such extortion. 'of six months and the purchaser will Whatever the cause, it lie required to execute bond with apseems that the government's proved security for the purchase pric?, inquiry is well timed. And it said bond bearing six per cent Interest is well to call it an Inquiry, and from date until paid, having the forco not a crusade, or reform, or and effect of a Judgment upon which any oher romantic name. It execution may issue, payable to W. II. Drown, Matser Commissioner of the is an Inquiry a recognition Garrard Circuit Court, ami a lien will of our ignorance of the fact?, be reserved upon the property sold' nnrl a desire to enlighten our until the purchase money Is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. ignorance. And as the blame probably rests on more than R II TOMLINSON, Atfy for Pltffi. Commissioner Of Agriculture. JOHN W. NEWMAN. "Smell an fully good," declared ljt lllll I'riulley, coming Into the kllclun from the garden nml sniffing about. 'Mow long before dinner, Eleanor" "About twenty minutes," briskly re lumed Ids tiny wife, stooping to turn n mn of liUoulli In the oven. I'm Jut going tn put the ottnc In the stew nun, "Stew's the stiilT for hungry garden crs," replied apprceltitltcly. lllll "I.UiRy I had n vacation today, that ganli'ii needed hoeing badly. Hello I" he csclalincd, glancing out of the window. "What's up Somebody's having tire trouble. ititess I'll run out a minute and see If I can fielp." "Eleanor," he culled In a tone of min gled awe and excitement a few mln' We Infer, "It's John (llleple, head of the prm, and It will he quite nine time before Iht get lUrd up, so I asked him Ir to dinner. Eleanor Mured at her huslinnd tn ominous -- II,. nci'. In a moment she found her olre. "Hill I'rlntley, what were )oii Ihlnk Irie of" lie demanded. "Today of all dn), I'm Ironing, too. And we're nothing lull liimli stew, hleiilt and boiled ciislnrd." "I'm sorry," lie whispered, stepping up Miflly behind her and kllng a saury curl on her neck. Ele.-inoreli ntiil. Til have to lldnk of soiio'tlilng more Miltahle In a Jiffy, he returned, Mwllliu' Into his great brown eye. She (eppitl Info the pantry and e- teeted a Jar of ox tongue. She would cut It In till it slices and garnish with pnrle. That would he vastly Mipe rlor fo plain l.inih leiv. She lilaneed tit Hie lock. rorliitiiitcly, Mie bud shvciI some pn- She would tatiM' from tlie Mew. cream them. There would be time for e, n tomato nml with the addition of it f, w erg white whipped one would turn her boiled eiiMnrd Into a floating nml dot It wllh eurrant Jelly. She slipped Info ii pretty gray olIe hoiie dress, mid flushed and mlllng she weleonu'tl her unexpected siM- -t Afler a few minute' iliat she' herelf, lejlng lllll to entertain, She hurried Into the pantry, hut soi petrified with horror its he the platter of eholre tongue floating In a pan of milk. In her biisfe he had left the platfer uncertainly perched on th- - window- - sill nnd a good Miff breeze had done the mlcblef. Another hasty glance at the emergency shelf repealed a can of crab meat that was ton small. Salmon and dried heef were worse than lamb stew. She slched. She must serve this plebeian dish nfter all. She would serve the stew en casserole. It wouldn't be bad, after all, with carrots and peas. "I worthier If you ever eat lamb stew" asked Kleanor slightly apologetic after the soup course had been disposed. ".My favorite dlh," responded Mr. Rlllspl... "Nothing beats real home cooking! After a few mouthful, he continued: "It's Jut like mother nml to make for mo when I came home from school. Ami It Justifies the tantalizing odors that were wafted out to me when, zlpl bang! went my tire. I was wishing my good fairy would Invite me to dinner when, lol my tire turned the trick." Eleanor flushed Willi pleasure. There was no mistaking his sincerity. Mr. fllllespte took the lead tn the conversation, and before either "Klen-no- r or lllll realized It, he had them telling blm their hopes nnd aspirav tions. After his departure, Kleanor looked at lllll a long moment. "What do joii make out of It all" she asked as she hurried hack tn her Ironing. "He seemisl mighty Interested In us here In our home," returned Bill dubiously, "Hut I never flattered nielf that he oen noticed me In the otllce. Just it drudge along with the rest of the machinery." I'or two weeks the eager look of ex pcitancy In Eleanor's eyes were met by on Bill's part a studied hcerfulne each night he greeted her with, "No news jet, sweetheart," "I'm I'm afraid we talked too lunch," said Eleanor uncertainly. "Well, If we did It was all Gillespie's fault," defended lllll. "lie led us on." The thought that they had made a grae blunder rankled In Eleanor's soul, but she strove tn keep up her spirits for Hill's sake. Then one night. Jut as she had lot hope, she heard him bound up the steps nml the next moment he was In the room. "I got It I" he shouted Jubilantly, rnUbliig her In bis arms, "Gillespie called me Into the ofllee tonight and offered me tho Job of uian-ng- er of the sales department. Do 3 oil realize what that means, sweetheart" Slit nodded, face aglow, "Not Just a paltry raise, but mining. er," he emphasized. "He had two men of equal ability on the promotion t, hut couldn't decide which was more deserving. That stew- - nnd our chat told blm many things he waim-to know." . "Things happen queer," reflected Bill, as Ihey sat down (0 their cooling dinner. "Who would ever have thought the day Gillespie punctured his tire we'd land this $3,000 job all In a stew-tha- t tickled his jaded palate" And now when the Prfntleys celebrate any further rise In the flnunclnl world It'a never that delicacy chicken or choice ox tongue, or even a dignified roast that grace the board, but plain Iamb 'stew, (Coyyrliht, McClur Ntwspaptr (treat thought. deeds, GUY. Miss Lizzie Foley was a visitor of Mrs. James Ynntis Sunday. Miss Lizzie Foley was with relatives at Hackley Wednesday. Mr. James Marshbanks was with friends at Paint Lick Friday. Miss Hnzel Smith spent Friday night with Mrs. John Broaddus. Mrs. Tolliver Cornett was with relatives nt Hyattavllle Friday. Mrs. James Yantis was the guest Monday of Mrs. Milton Ward. was Mrs. William Marsee the guest of Mrs. Noah Marsee Tuesday, Miss Mollie Barnes spent the week end with Miss Itose Turner nenr Hubble. Mrs. Kd Lane, who is very V.I of typhoid fever, is u little bettec at this time. Mr. John Broaddus Sr. spent Friday night with his fnther, Mr. Wm. Broaddus in Madison. , Mrs. J. I. Yantis nnd sons, Ge .rg, and llerschel. were visitors Sntui i!t- - of Mrs. Itobert Ward. .Mr, (iincc Sut'.n Mid Mm Vir g mi cf the C. H .'cad, were guests Jliiii'..iy uf Mis. John Smith. anil Mr. ami Mrs. John Black handsome little son, J. II. were visitors in this vicinity 'Sunday. Mr, nnd Mrs. Charlie Yater and Miss Carrie Yater spent the weekend at Stanford with relatives. Only 11 few more das in which to list your property. A. T. SCOTT, Garrard Co. Tax Commissioner Mrs. Jennie Norvel of Corbin was with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Foley last Tuesday and Wednesday (First Patent) Bale Ties, Lime, Genuine Kanawha Salt, Rock, Sand, Cement. ,Chi4famet fi&AiNirti process mrr tU ioft tf.ee inutile orTUtiotii iiu nt? can jpp!v Iwt.t ?ul I ir.U Prtt ' frti! cu firrs, luur wochI or prei xlwlt an J fumitiiir VjihabIilcrlrnK'fivli.Jcirl ,rjrt. Jftn.li 3 ccnti per iquarr f'ot. Dirrcttoni h can. Ixarn la grim h nm fn It krrt Ci J v t Mr. and Mrs. Basconi I'elplnvy. THE CHI-NAEL STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY and daughter, Nelle, were recent .... sis, ru guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Orson I mm surf m, V tf .f (vtHIM mi.u. .m r.M.i lu. .nt.irur, to .rPP Im of Stanford. N TMt OHIO HIMIK COMHUr CICVCUNO O -. Mae, I. Misses Ann.Ida .iryl Jean! Z ii m Utcanstructivt Such lias boon the iiidorscinunt by loiuliiig specialists of the tiiftliwil profession after thoroughly testing "The Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or (ortiiying whatever. ) I ANatural Ibnic.and f McROHF.HTS DRUC. 64 Dotes $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in Class oi Water Also prescribed for indigestion, constitution, rheumatic affections, high blood pressure, hardening of arteries, skin and affections. Money back if not satisfied. IIil on tirncriD tion Ly yuur by iciiq or al jour jsrsssi P. 1 1 rug v itt'.v Book let oa request. Tht Devonian Mineral Spring Co. I Owswbor( Kf. InntriHiralMl Ilroaddus, nnd Miss Maude Smith Mr. and Mrs. L. (, Davidson unit nnd .Messrs Walter Smith nml .Miley cnildKii of Ijinc'ter, were Sunday llenlley attended the Ice Cream sup guerU of Mrs. Carrie Davidson nnd per tit the Fori; church Friday night njoynble Mr and Mrs. Wm. Sutton llroiddus, attended Hit itrty Saturday night Kiwu by Miss Mrs, Marcus White and daughters I.H'tan Kstej. Misses Margaret, Ituth nnd Sallic Ho.nl Mr. sii M"j. I'enry ulvr have I.uu, of the New Danville ,e lia'f Interes- of Mr. were visitors Friday of Mrs. John iMichased Dm id on the store of Dav-- ' Ilroaddus. .iIkv. I. and .'ei. Little James Milton Henry of Miss Orn I'rather of linraster, is KirltSville, uho has been the truest , now teaching our school, which is the past week of his very fortunate in securing such a Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, returneii home Thursday competent teacher. Miss Cora Neil Arnold, who hnx .Mr. John Ilroaddus Jr., returned Saturday afternoon front the Ilerea bcn the attractive guest of her Hospital and is Improving fast and aunt, Mrs. (Ireeit I'oynter, has returned to her home in Columbia, S. will soon be well again. C. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy I'rather and two Mrs. Jim Knsnn, who has been interesting children were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. nnd critically ill at the Danville Hospital improving ami her friends wish Mrs. William Wnlker. for her. a speedy recovery and hope MuMir Z. T. Jiice of llic' inon 1, to have her back home again soon his ho has btcn visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kverctte tlrow and David .or,, reMrs baby, Mr. John Smith and daughter. turned home .Saturday. Miss Fannie attended church Sunday Mr. and .Mrs. Milton Wiird and at I'lcasant Hill nnd were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ward and sons, guests of Mr. nnir Mrs. Obe llolton. llnrolil and J. T.. motored to LexingMisses Anna Mae, l.ida and Jea ton Friday for the Fair. grand-parentsgrand-mothe- r, rie G"BB STOHK. f 1 1 HARMONY AT CO-E- DS Romans Opera House, , Tuesday, Sept. 16th. We take pleasure in prcientinc the HARMONY COquartette of highly artistic, sprightly ind vivaciouij young ladies, who are delightfully entertaining with their vocal, instrumental and literary work. These young ladiuz have been highly successful wherever they have appeared, as has been proved by the many expressions of satisfaction that the Committees have given and the flattering press comments. They invite the public to come and enjoy a pleasant evening with them in music, song and story. EDS, a , General Admission 50c plus war tax. Balcony and Children 25c 'plus war tax. ' 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER DELIVERY CAR SECTION 2 THIRTIITIIIYEAK II. 1919. NUMBER 24. Seed Wheat AS YOU KNOW GOOD SEED WHEAT IS SCARCE THIS YEAR. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH AN OLD WORN OUT DRILL. SEE OUR LINE OF NEW I I! f!) i;i I 1 I I III KENTUCKYS I 0 THEY WILL SOW ANY GRAIN AC- CURATELY LARGE OR SMALL. SEE US FOR ANYTHING YOU NEED. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS ; RIGHT. 1 I I 4 jj I (!) I BECKER and BALLARD. PHONE 27. III1YANTSVILLE. I I (!) i KENTUCKY. ..,.32, ..s2...ss,.SS,.sS...S:...S:...22-.sAINT LICK of 2(M) acre per acre. lit .Mane, price $2!0 1(1 Inning in favor of Paint Lick. Danville will play Taint Lick Saturday on Taint Lick ground. W It. Patrick has purchased the house and lot where Mr. Thomas We under Logsdon How leslder stand Mr Henry Conn "ill moe there the flirt of the year lat Mr. Saacjr. apecial sslrtmtn of The Trcsbytery at Mane Slorr-SchaTailoring Co.. was well attended, and about th erk will h al R. H. Lcdford's .tor. churches were represented. Tl Sept. 13th, to uko your Mr. and Mn. John Wallace of m.nuTf for your new suit or Be iur and . .Star City Ind have been the guest hi. tamp!. of Mr. and Mr. Kdd Willlamt. Rich- HI i: M Trr.tilwav ttll motid Monday Mr Thomas Hl.tke and little wn air aucsts f Mr. I'.ldriduc. and baby. L Mr. 1. II. II. Jr., are with her mother lit Kniitli. Mm Ituth Koiw spent Saturday night mill Sunday with Mis Lucille Kstridge. Minn Willie Mae Itothwell l Mi" MIHie M:ie Gastincau at Point Lcavcll. Mr. A. H. Kstridge hail Hie to loe two "ce calves lat week from Black Leg. Elizabeth Kldridgc who lia Mi Wen at home (or several ilaya left Momlay for Middlesboro. Mi Ida Hurt who ha been wit), l. Cora at llerea her sister Ml left for her school at Syca-ino- r Monday MiM Cora Hurt i at home again ufter several week at the Hixpital Mimi Cora in doing an in llrrra. iiuely a could be expected. Taint l.i'k pl.ied Xlcholasville Sunday on the latter irround, Wynn hi farm of 60 acre on White Lick, price $IC per acre. Griggs of Mr. mid Mrs. W T. Richmond were guest of his sister, Mn. I. ('. Itucker Sunday afternoon. II. John Metcalf hat purchased of A. Want Dogwood at Fancy ory by Cord Only u few more day in which to A. I lint your property. Garrard County Tin Com. UXE'- - Prices Mr. K. I'. William and bnby of Charleston S. ('.. left Sunday after i. a virit to her sinter. Mm. Kdd T J. Todd Kstridge the E. C JlcWhorter form haw K. Diameter of Dogwood, over 4) inches. Persimmon over inches. Hickory over nineties Sav whit you have. Prices and Specifications on request. Kentucky CKOIICK .VW Wood Prohd. I'KKit. Co. I bought of E. A. HUSH, FrankhnlSt. l.nuiville,Ky ftV&RY and MOGUL WAdONS All Kinds of Farming Implements. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. little car finished second with a timevm'- Miss Ethel Mr. John Hall and of ftlt.t seconds. It won the second race, 'Jl miles, free-for-awith IKlHulman were married in Umraster sUirterr, showing 21 minutes 4 sec- August L'Sth. onds for the distance and beating Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitaker and tars considerably larger and usually children spent Sunday with Mr. and regarded as more powerful, Mrs. J. M. Dailey. "The second day's racing turn-.n- l Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson were out a l.trgo crowd to cheer for the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Wesley Simplittle white racer with its red "X" son Saturday night. in u circle. The first race of the Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster were Mtt'iil i.ay was at 14 miles for liglit guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hay cars The Nantes entry won n,'. and family Sunday. ensily; time l'l minutes 1 ll. t second'. A quarterly meeting will be held The next race was a free for at the M. E. church here on Friday e all with Hi starlet. Over this the rough ' surface of the night and Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram and course luul a chance tu make itself felt, and one of the entrants turned oons were recent guests of Mr. and over, killing its muchnniciati and in Mrs. Luther Hurdctte. juring its driver." The race wai Judge and Mrs. Forest Stapp of ill,,. V ... f Lancaster were guests of Mr. and ..it., v,n l.i- - u tes entry finished second, time Hi. 01. Mrs. II. M, Kurtz Sunday. "The thin! day of the race meet The Sunday School and others in promised a double winning. The the community plan to motor to first event was u mile nguiiut time High Hritlge Sunday for a picnic for light cars only, and this proved ,! a ft.1 more du,, in which to easy for Tarl. "7117V entry, the list your property. A. T Scott, time being SO seconds flat. The Garrard County Tax Com. final was a free-for-awith officers Mr. and Mrs. Ben Humphrey, driving at 40 miles. The earlier races had been run with enlisted Misses Ethyl Humphrey and Maude Lexington Wednesmen ut the wheel, and the "X" racer Davis were in had been piloted by Sergt. Tuul Har- day. Mrs. Josie Dailey and son, Cecil, vey, with Sergt. William Mowry as mechanician. For the last event, expect to leave Wednesday for an Lieut. Noble Van llurkleo replaced indefinite stay with relatives near tho sergeants of the 311th Supply Paris CrosslnE, Ind. Mrs. Alien Teater, Miss Ucrnicc Train. There were twenty entries and on the four h lap, somewhere between 1M nnd "H miles on the wny licme, the Dodge racer vva n mile vVins Big ahead of its field when the nice hnd to he stopped on account of two serIn if us accidents. "To properly Judge the time. It niul be remembered that the bench at I a Haute is only seven mites long Outrun lly Wr nnd narrow. The cars hiul to slow A I Competitor. down to something like 1ft miles an THE UNIVERSAL CAR tjrrrd Vatrran of Many Cam Hour in making the turns for races longer than the distance. The course Soldier. 50,000 pjir.n.l Here is the Ford Runabout, a perfect whirlWas rough, too, nnd spotted with See S.ind CUllic. wind of utility. Fits into the daily life of liitches nnd bumps. On the last day everybody, anywhere, everywhere, and all the unit, this is on iiui!i rity of, an of. .Mcnl.nnt, farmers and other us-i- n time. For town and country, it is all that its irer who know i.utnmoliiles of light commercial tars who Low in cost of the car vas in as good conname implies a Runabout, what motorized equipment dition as on the first. operation ; lav in cost of maintenance, with means in the way of iUick anil reI "The car, Seigt. Harvey its driver, all the sturdy strength, dependability and reliable service, will be interested in tuid Lieut. Vnn Hurkleo were cited ... liability for which Ford cars arc noted. We'd be u. .. i. I.....I. fr..n. ,. I.ll ,.f ,.n.,ml,.lll., """"In pleased tj havo your order for one or more. We I Frame by discharged soldiers. the Nan liav e aliout everything in motor car acces told hv Major llnes Mi Farland the urea for thole performance." tes ulni unit oversea in comniand of sories and alvvajs have a full line of genuine Ford parts give genuine Ford service. the 311th Supply Tralii, the story is HUCKEYE reproduced from Automobile Topics of July lllth, Dr. and Mrs. .1, K. Kdwards were 'T'me Memorial Hay rates at St. in Iifiiville Tuesday. .'iu;i iie and the entirely nire-fre- e (ieorge ISay sold eight head of Imttle-scnrreperformance cf I to Centre llros at II cent. Hodge llrothers light delivery truck rattle Messra I. K. Ilrown and Hilly Cot-- 1 are tnlked nf wherever-ther- e lire 'till ' doughboys who were coming thru ton attended the Lexington Fair on Lancaster, Ky. port about the first of June on Frb'nv that Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill visited way home, r'our first p!.ue their .nd two seconds against a mixed Mr. and Mrs. John Hill at Point . field, out uf six events scheduled, i.' Ceavell last week. good rcoie for any car. Henc Mr. ami Mrs. Mai Carter and fam-- l t ie pii'e of the .Ulth Supply Trmn )y spent Sunday with Mrs. Noahj ,.il of the Moloi- - lianport IMIlcers Marsie at Hrynr.tsvillc. I ri.nee, ie the little ruee" .N 't ilitc. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Sunders ard v.hieh they rebuilt ill five days out uaughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm ( of a truck that had been all over the , vilm s,m,luv. I '. battle tiebls anil had con.e l.n.illv to, Mr. Teater and children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were Teater nnd Messrs KIbert For the park :ir the Nantes guest of Mr. and Mr. Forrest Cur- and Bernard Hay motored to Crab T. Allen last Sunday-Mis- s at the which repretented Xante evening. Orchard Wednesday tis at Hryantsville Thursday. Susie Gree and Miss Estella rates on La Haute lieacli near St Mr. and Sirs. Bro.idie Agee, Mr. Davis entertained a number Miss Christine Morford of has reXazaire turned in Just such a core. turned home after n weeks visit to and .Mrs. Hobart May and Mr. Male friend. last Monday night. after exactly that vvnr e.xpern me. May were among the guests of Mr. Only a few more days in vvhlih to "Fifty thousand sohlierr, i. is in- relative in Jessamine County. list your property. A. 7. Scott, (ij.'.y a few more d.i.i, in v.rich to and Mn. Talton May, Sunday , timated, were waiting at St. Nai-ir- o Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Land, Miss Garrard County Tax Coni. A. T. Scott, to have their service reiords clucked list our property. Inez Land and Master Elgin Grow Oarrard County Tax Com. up and the last animate traces of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert GatTney and Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz and were guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Lewis children of their overseas service removed from visiting Illinois are McCullcy and children Sunday. Day familv of Mercer county, were weektheir personc. For Memorial friends nnd relatives of this place. Mis Myrtle Teater spent the by way of celebration an automobile end guests of Mr. and Mrs. - F. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and baby week end with Miss Thelma Simprace vvas pUinty indicated, im the Ilrown. Bessie and Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Smith visited and doitors say When permission was Mesjrs Heather Key and Thumps son. Misses Bernice of Miss Mr. anil Mrs. W. M Tarson last Sungiven some three weeks before the Ue(1 MrH- - Shelton Teater at liohon 'Tenter were also guests day. ... .. :i.i -l. . Simpson Sunday, .t . I Dnvi. and .uo. e.eni wieir Mrs. Teimelia Ilegie visMr. W. M. King and daughter, .Mr. ami .Mrs. Wesley himpson enthe words of an officer who was 'jjundnv. present, to build racing car in every tertained n number of relatives and Ethyl, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. ( . Miles vi.iled . Sunday in honor of the lat- friends of this place have returned Motor Transport shop in St. .az- (relatives at .Nicholas ville last week friends aire, ami every town within the Inn- - nnd attended the Baptist Association ter brother, Mr. Willie Calico who to their home in Hamilton Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Carter and ha just returned from oversea ser-- v its of . llase ,Section ,, .No. 1, S. (). S., near there. , .. were the pleasant guests of Mr. and ice. lor wnicn inai wen hniiwn pori is Mrs. Minor Corman and son and Some 40 cars were headfiuarters. Mesdames Lewis McCulley, Ray- children motored to Marksbury and Kr',nk ''ierce- - Jr- - of Louisville, finally entered, ranging in size from,-Mr- mond Hunter and Harmon Davis, Mrs. J. T. Centers last Sunday. ' hvr br'n visiting their sister, Mrs. th.. ever nresent four who.e name Mr. and Mrs. Gib Gaffney and spent Thursday with Mrs. Minnie need no mention, to sixes, eights f'icar Hay. .McCulley. Mrs. McCulley is suffer- Mrs. Jeff Davis and daughter, Susie, W. M. U. meets Thursday Sept. ing with and twelves. a bone felon and these son and Mr, Robert Anderson nnd "Motor Service Turk "7(17" atllHth at 3:30 T. M. Mrs. Xora women became an aid society to help visited Mrs. Susie Renfro last Monpicked the best material it Teater will lead the meeting, each her can a nice quantity of peaches. day. Nantes a Dodge Brother member is urged to be present. had available, The Revival Meeting which has light delivery vehicle whicli, after Mr. and Mn. L. L. Sanders ami CAk I ERSVILLE. been going on at White Lick church hard service at the front, had been hoii Burnett, of Crab Orchard, :ird closed last Friday night with four Mrs. Eliza Conn visited her son additions to the church. driven overland to the park, where .Mrs. Forest Curtis and children. Brother I Mr. Clay Conn last Monday, it win being kept In general service. of Hryantsville, were guests of Mr. Childers is a splendid speaker and fend-- , mid Mrs. Hiram Hay last week. To make a racer out of it, the Mr. and Mrs. BlufTard Jennings we regret to give him up. the removed, era and body were wheel-harshortened to 100 inches, CUNN'S CHAPEL. the compression Increased by plan- I). F. Sebastian was a guest Kev. nig down the cylinder heads slightly, reciprocating parts lightened, nipl a night. FEED OF stock roadster gearset substituted Mis Mary Hall i here for a short 1 for the commercial gear ratio al- - visit with Miss F.dna Hall, ready iu place. With these fewi Miss lluelah May vvas a week end changes the car was ready for itjKUest of ji(!s Annje Mue. in race performance Mr. Charlie Land spent Sunday from one to ID miles on a beach with Mr. and Mrs. John Land. that was nnlv nevt'ti milt lonir. Mr- - Jo"iuh McCulley is with rela-tim- e "In the first race, one mile against in a field of ten starters, thej,ivfat "u,'n" VisU for " ''Mendei! Race After Strenuous Service Army. ") ,,,,,,..,. Haselden Bros. Garage ,V,:i,.r ... ... ... I lto I ,.i,. it Electric Western & LIGHT POWER oi xolmsive features make trouble-proIts d ti it THIS type of Western Electric and Light is practically automatic in its operation a child can operate it. Dependable electric service night and dayfor, your farm. Scejhis plant injoperatioa, BASTIN BROTHERS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 11,1919 "BAUGHMAN HEIGHTS" AND I The FOGARTY FARM AT ' vL li HHB 11111 H mill ih We sell the earth. Now in position to locate you at Danville, Kentucky, the garden spot of the world. Where Land, Stock, Crops, Health, Culture and Knowledge are the magnetic points of the universe. Where Blue Grass grows the tallest. Soil the deepest. People live the longest. Stock the finest. Schools the grandest. TUESDAY, SEPT. 16th AJSTI) W BUT. LARGE FARMS, SEPT. 17 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. t"V- J? Si!J:VU.tife.l.v(JLJJiiJi 350 ACRES IN BUILDING LOTS. TRUCK GARDENS. SMALL FARMS. ANY SIZE YOU WANT. IMPROVED o o o u o irNDIPIiOVEI). 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. Danville is the "growin'est" town in Kentucky. Not only Boyle County but surrounding counties are tributary to Danville. The home of Center College and Kentucky College for Women, Graded and High Schools. The very best railroad facilities, nearly $1,000,-000.0- 0 has been appropriated for the 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 -- Remember Swine 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 of all conditions and circumstances. It 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. Natural Electricity already there. 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, known as "Craig's Gold Mine." EASY TERMS Will 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. ) m mm' . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept II 1919. THE MAY BASKET f Beautiful Home AT 9 Q '! ' nit- - Br OENCVA A. ELDRCDQE. AUCTION Saturday, Sept at 2:30 14 ilimi-- i hie ti In SihMi'i lU'nc mom. (Mill down HlC mil 'III. I'f ttllnlileil tin. ureeii iluur, ml now mnl then j swallow darted acrim Hie mil !i in, hli hint' nine (llitenlnc. At i down Strut of apple hltmo'iti tilled 2 mam AT 1 homes 13th er drum, iiml Cynthia heard the I (5 j of i lillilrrii'i feet nmnlh:: m rd It iw and Still she at (V i III' town J? ' Ur(c't In Hi.' old fnililoned rot kins cluilr her iiiiiutli tlriiHii In n Mriilsht (l luirtl line, her rut fixed npiui Ihe work In tii'i linmN The wfitfii tlttur iiii,:iltfil mi It jprln;; iiml nuin ' 'n I. limwti'.'Ai'.l I I.! Unit1 hoy iiiff7fti in, In. !)! (villi iirri im'Umutij mi- - in n n 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 Hlue Grass lawn with plenty of shade. Close to Danville with all the advantages of schools, churches and markets. Land and homes in JJoyle 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 there an at Iff Iht work In hi H IIITll lit" KtllU'llllMVll llltli' liilllll Iih miIiI intt. iiln'l "Whw liy. Aii-you Koine In inert the trmii ntit! ee Ihe p p.irnde?" Soft uml unlet eiiine Iht nii.wcr. -No. ilt.ir lint tt.tl.iy" 'lint .uiil (Villi. Ihey nln'l soln m it en In. tin in!"-!- - i i.innle d.i), nn' I my white .iill nn inntlter thniislit mint." jiniil l l.e In haw- - a Utile Imijt n- - nil ilc iiml v.lint imi In pi nlv nirirle ii In- - .iiv ln-- J..II" Ale' lilt I tile fine grew ltftll lilel t i.iil.lrd lie hitil iiier een nn Aunt Crntli like lllln hefi.re, K fni',it lllnl Ir.liLe He intmit In knew hrforo lit left Inyllil.' home Hie Jim Wlij he III eterytilie ele III lew II Mat pillll ilitttn tit tvelfiirne die l.oy-- t frma mm SflTURDflY, you. In passing, everybody sas "Isn't that a pretty place." I ritnee, So lie ereit llt elot nliil whimpered "N It Vniie .in, nln't eotii-ll- f trHHE 1" lier e)t"t IlllllleV" Tear il lio ,illlirel Hie llllle fplc nml Hpllll ho) eltie. liy TiiMIe l"'.v. tluit' Ju- -t .mtiile Imi'i irolni: Slie fiin't liftir It," Ntitt lli.lt Teililie ll "lire I" felt to willlelllilli: !. I'. lit lie might ttt .lld t lllllke iilllil'e hHiilcr. n he tniket tier fare llli lil fnt "Nrier lllllitl. lllllltlej little llnliil set ll -- erret lllnl lu.llie tnnlsht .Mn)le ..1111 know It. limit tlark J September At Two o'clock. 13th I' I'e For further particulars see H. Ii. Peel or Swinehroad, The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER, W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. KENTUCKY. PUBLIC SALE ON 7 Saturday, Sept 13th by-biddi- ng North of Lancaster, and good neighborhood, with churches and schools convenient. and will be an This land goes to the high dollar, with no 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. One pair 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 for Robert Long, ten mules, coming three vpnrs 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 (J weanling calves, good ones; one good milk cow and calf by side; four two year old Herford cows, giving two gallons of muk a day; two three year old Hertord cows and calves; one short horn cow; four fat heifers; four fat cows; one good family horse; t; one Frazier cart; one Hudone good buggy and harness; one of farming implements. son Automobile in good condition, also a lot sums under $20.00, cash in hand, over that TERMS of this sale-A- ll amount, a credit of twelve months, with notes bearing six per cent interest from date of sale. run-a-bou- AT TEN A. M. PROMPTLY Havimr sold part of my farm, will sell the remainder, which con t.nins .'2 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 rlslit 'fore .upper, innjl.e Hsht nfler, n ti.me nut doort aii)wny tl.m't rlslit Hint time, III )nu!" Ami nuntle pr.nnU.'.l In May In tile will linu.. Then neuritis lil iimllier cnlh Ins lie .riiinperel nwny lemliiff Aunt I'l nth ill. me mIHi htr HhiueIiI". Slntt- ly ihe ol..e. Iht ejt' nml In luutirliin. lth tin n u the tnnii .iiiire tllletl . .1 I ihe tmln imllliii; In lllletl with ..hl!er, the hll.i) sre.-!-Iu- I retlirtllnc nml fur iiml fiilnt he heiinl Hie rlns. l.nml uml the il 'IIih hut tt'itrn tritkletl Uwl ih.tMi ht r fliee ll he lll.ertHl, "Alnl lllilie ht it ; in) l.tij, r.Kiil.H tut Ami Iheii the irhle nf inj heiirl!" Tetltlle't. Iilli. little ftitr eeliletl tr hint' tint, mill I'll.' rellleinhereil nlillt ii tiiiiifnrt he Iiml hren nil Hie Henry lie. nth", "mill mm he l tnnilnt' t.i lil ilenr liHiif me a Mu l.iitkft. hle little ht'iti't, nml 1 uiuvt theer up tor I think 1 w lit pi 11 H Utile III. :lke. Mir.rie in) .If." to Si. she nent Into her illiilui: room nml the pretty litl.lf, lirlnt'lnr In is et Krt'llt lilllillie nf llpple lih.M.liit to lleitiritte It Hltll Ulllil Ihe room lnoke.1 ' like fiilrtlitinl in the pink nml uhlte Mie frti.lt'il llllle reunil enktt tlrlnk fur the uml lumle tin ulnive, uml Hllnnst l.efnre t.ie knew do It, IhIIIkM rime ilrlltlue ilnnn. The uml Ihelr rat-tu- t ilruint hitil eeu-e- il huppy tolceM eiilletl to one itnolher In As Hlini'i-- t time for Te.-ili- e the Mreet, "It' fhe thought i" lie anil hit putletl tier hair Into plaee. Then .he heartl Kteps Hptoelni: up the ho.ir.l j tpilrk pHiitlui; Hulk ami a t lilM' hleulll, Hll.l khe i.lllllett the oltl- - j to greet time yliiil .mile that .he tt.itli;lit 1st, the hoy wllh who khn inii'-lnlieii lie mine to huii; May liaketn at Hie lery .aine tiiKtr, When tuo fut tlti poumleil haul on the tereeu ihH.r Kite ttuileil t.iil) h.ui; entiuitli for a .mall ho) to hhle hefoie klie o.enett the tloor, to Iiml a tliilnty little liuket, all frlnteJ uml fetotiuei uml fairly lnrilluc ltl. ramly etlliiK on the "Why, how Miipri.etl I am." hhe "Who niultt have left Hilt heaii-- t tfiil llllle hukkft here! Murely It's a tnlntake; little hoy iuut hue thniif-h- t Susie (Irlinei llietl here." JiiHt then a Kinall l.o) In nl,lte wrls-tleout from hehlml the miohIhiII IiukIi nml culleil limitlilrl), "Nj, no. Aunt ft nth, 'lalu't no Vlnkv, I IV my M'tret uul i.oiiie more of It It 'iiluil Ilie calalpn tree. You tome we," Hut Jn- -l ihen a kliakl-clui- l tlcur' priint out ttlth wltle-otiearms ami then Teil' eiTet wn out, she ' "Oh, Joe," crleil Aunt (')iilu uept In hl ariii, "liou- - ji.ii inuat hare felt not In tlml Hie lit Hie train to meet Jon." That't. all rltht. iiiolher; I iloh't hlauie )tui umler Hie rlri'iimtuureN "When Tetl I. .LI me h! M'cret I thought Til wait ami aurprle )ou. "Soiue May haxket nil around, l.f)T Say, Teil, It look' like frnnetl take ii ml lenionaile in Hie illulnc ruom; let'a hurry for me." Anil t inniher imrt ton lpeil Ihe teara of (ladnt"t-- i from their eyea, a little roloe thrillwl out: "Voil won't liner cry uo more on p paratle day, will yoo. Aunt Cynth!'' (Ctptrlht, Ui. Mrt'Iur. .Vtwtpapar 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 ire. Bogie and recently purchased by G. C. Walker, be sold absolutely to the highest bidder on above date. 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 two cars, concrete walk around the house and in front, plenty of shade and fruit trees, large garden, and large poultry yard, in fact every thing make an ideal home for any one. This property close in and can be easily used for two families or apartments. If you are thinking of buying a home you will well to look at this property as it is one of the (best arranged and located homes in Lancaster. 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 1920. 5 Room Cottage at Auction ric At same time will sell just across the street from above described property a Five Room lights.splendid cistern, garage, barn garden, hen house, meat house, in fact all necessary out buildings. Everything in the best of repair 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 1920, for $240., and property will be sold subject to this rent contract and contract will be turned over to purchaser. These two homes will be sold absolutely to the highest bidder without reserve or by- jbid, on very easy terms. Remember the date, Saturday, September 18th at two o'clock. Walter Pain. W. T. KING, Auctioneer.. Robert Long. No HouMwork far Thn. "Well, the soldier learned In sweep, with and cook." "tp, the prneent crop of brlilei la olng to hae perf final cinch." Unite! Realty S. Development J. S. 14ASELDEN, General Manager. Co I The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., ThursdayJSept 11,19)9 CIRCUS TO COMING Society Girl Flies for Uncle Sam li'i-- SOME CHAPERON By MAROARKT t. AHERN. Schitfftr. at Missouri Suit Vtir. Ml Srdilit, Mikes Successful Aitpline Flight. t Lancaster ONE DAY ONLY SUsa liable ScLaeffcr, of Sedalla, who had charge ot Ilii' ales of llnltisl B.atea Treasury Ceitlflrntes and War Hatlngs Stamps at the Stale Fair nt Rrdalla last month, accomplished (hp Impossible, Although the literature that she disseminated went right over the hpnds Of 100,000 people assembled on the Friday, Sept 19th LARGEST CIRCUS EVER FXHIBITED HERE Wait For The Big Circus. i A grand cokxtat PemVa, artrrfatlon ol wertslcrfal ttriarmtaf flcphaaH, Oaats, Deg and Menkfyt, Beautiful Treakal HirJa. Vrrftnd and Daring Attt. Ar.al LtpUlU. Lang Dl flame Leap. Wonderful Hreh Wirt (Mt. Iliistness was always suspended promptly at one o'clock on Saturdays In the law offices of S"ncer and llojil, .Votehooks were turkpil away, and type-nrltdeks were hastily closed. Kten Mr, Spencer, the rnlor partner, nsitnl-I- j hurried away to the country club for tuiK'li and an afternoon of golf. Itttt today he llnrpreil at his dek, Miss t'nrroll, his secretary, was preparing lo lenve. .Ilmmle, the office hoy, whs hustling nlKittt, attending to the closing of the ofilce with his etis. ternary Saturday alacrity. For Saturday ttns the day when Jlnimlp nml his best girl, as he called Helen Carroll, had their weekly party Ihp lady financing the nffalr. for Jlmmle's present remuneration did not penult of such latlsh expenditures for luxuries. Helen Carroll's kindness was one of the Pleasant topics of conversation In the ofilce. Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years IT is a lb allotlM ahrr ihtr n1 ten, lo lok "ooris ycra o?tr tli Uj Hv that r on ibtm virt. ami thoughtful) characteristic of ti lUrt, fit. 25- - FA M O U S r Ur)lit, CLOWNS - 2D y Where Is It today, Jlmtnle?" asked Sir. Spencer, with an Indalgptit smile. ns the hoy stood In the doorway wait ing Impatiently for Helen. Jlmtnle grinned and ansitereil with Ms iifter hilsitiess hours familiarity. 'Oh, our car Is waiting to 1iike'r.tn iuuch, the hotel for a little and then to the matinee." Whleh means," Helen Interpospd, with a pretty blush, "a liinchcoimter and the motles. I'm all ready. .Ilmmle. Cotre nlong. Hood afternoon, Mr Sj t (Ul mtlf, At aftrnl?on. frrsTUtnUr Iriftlnar twit a quarter f cntury, when I mr?lf in thtf liltl drug a I or I ownl at IW.lUar, Mo, inakloc mml tlHn a itfrtaJit atmniiNjiinit l mr frlaoil an1 aa thfo known only aa ruMotiifr-whr. lwia lle.lkln tot tftomacb, Lltif ami f towel Compialnt. perfps-ilnmy For many yfr while I formula I atD.llf.l anl nttatltatxi a in! lathamca en lh market anl hsfsrami rtnTlnrst that tnir main fault waa not Hint Ihrf tH.l iitt art on tb iKtwrla. but thai tlirlr action waa ton tluUnt and Um of the urri th draolli, an.l uhlrhwii ilun tt the fait that they wera not lliorouith tnouahlu thvir artmn, aoma aim sly actin on lb upnf of amU tnta wniilil tt ontT on tba tlaratwlll0 lowr or larira Inteatlnra, anil that Invariably atmosit mtucel ft babil ti qulrlnf aiiftnt olM doarf t ttallTfsit that ft jtrenaratlon to prtluia lh tMt rBrct mutt hnt ton tha I her, then art on tb alornarh an.l rntlra allmen" 'Xmry ayalrm. If thia waa aimillheJ, tba ineilfrina wouM rrostnre a tnlltl, hut athorouih elimination ot tha waste: without tba uiual alrkenloa; itentatloti, aad luaka tba naer tret brttar at once. with hanlrela of After eijrimentlnc dlfferrnt rs,ra(ounJ, t at la-- t erfectl the formula thai la now known aa Maaail'a 1 truly tKlleit fvea further rf, which upt thr and doea mora than any latatitt; on th market today. The IhouaamUI waaj trxm naara hara r(ntnred nu MsMWtfrHhl, tutara'l n,l that lheii.s-ro- f family medicine, even thouih ha may baa u atrti it for twentynta jrara, nttrr haa to Incrfaaa tba doac. My lnowlaU cf n.asllclna and the ot Iti vm In my own family and H amona my frtenda. Wfora I atar fttr aale, tauwd ma to hata Rreat lUh In Rjtarv'l Haamty from tha vary Brit. And bovm I find mTelf nearlna? the when 1 raait how tn the InetltaMe and to tit another life, my realel flratura la ait each day and read tba letteri that aarli mall t.rinaa from oeop'a aa old or older d Hatart'i than I. no tell ot haln and fliaiii for I'd. fifteen thrlr twenty )rar. children and and hnw they nd by It grandchildren hat fccao tor It la aronrlinff thonxht, my friend,trrin lo feel that aMa man at my hla own aiirsieaa, on haa dona eomethlti , My frealtat aattafae-tionfor lila frllow man. tHlar, la tba my f reateal hatinr knowletlra that toniaht mora than on will taka a Natara'l Haailf million IwlUf, taHbier Tablet) and will iNH r iopla fur It. I tw-- a you wilt ha ona of tbeni. !" aa r aa A. H, LEWIS MlDICINE CO., 8r, Louis. Mo nier," SHOW OF SUPREMELY - STUPENDOUS SURPRISES BVERV ACT A rUTUKC AND r.VCKV FKATUNC ATHHIUI A PEERLESS PROGRAM OF NT PERFORMERS Exrythlnf N,w. N,l, nd Csnlnint. An Hunt Sk.w CondtKI.,1 Da .l UiOT. Earth's Mitl Mrtlout AmuMnwnt Fnlrrpm,. Th Real Staff Flrmlm.nt FREE TO 8 PirWwnri ivmy phomiic E. ALL-ON- Cr to till rustic UMAIUICUt rllVS"ll MILE OF MAGNIFICENT NOON DAY OP SMOW MtM D.lty.-nr- w, Un Cp I w4 7. , PARADE DAILY Cm Hmi I aicr PtI f Priceless Persian Rugs. why oriental rues woven hun; till perfectly reserved. Tin- - hunting rugs of Persia great historical value, as the lave a depict uuthentieally how the phoenlv .tul elephant ttrre hunted In ancient days. Mounted hunters pursuing the 'Ion. !eer, and other irenturcs, hoth 'ab'ilous and real, form the ground-wor- k of all of these rues. IretN of yearn ago tire As riutareli tells us: "It Is well to ; go for a light to another man's fire. Mil f it'll tlic soft sandals that he hut not t.i tarry hy It, Instead of light' wears. When Ills foot Is not upon Ills Ing a torch of one's own." A torch of nit; It It) entirely hare, and tills Is the ' one's oun t That Is a tossesslon worth la a well known fact Hint an Orl-ntnever sets font upon Ills rug It Torch of One' Own. having, whether It he n naming the window. bea- Con on the hilltop or a tiny taper In V cannot tell how far erlng light. The most that we can do ami It Is nln the least that we should do to tend the llaine carefully "and to keep It steady. llrander .Matthews. I a little candle throws Its heanis, nor who Is laying his course hy Its HUk- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. I!. DENNY, Surplus $30,000. J, E. STOUMES, Vice-i'res- t. I'rcsident. S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. J. U. HARRIS. Individual Book-keepe- r. r. IIUfiH MOBLEY, Ocneral Safely Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. (!, B. Swinebroad, Alex U. Denny, J. II. I'oscy, J. E. Stonnes, S, C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. WOOD, STOBBS & COMPANY arraged over four timea dividend requirement) on this stock. Net quick aorta equal $131 per share ou all Preferred Stock, and total net suae La equal $230 per share. PRICE lOO. Special Circular on Request. 110 and accrued dividend. Met earnings for past three years havo Th CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK Preferred aa to aoetn and dividends. Annual Sinking Fund payments of 10 of net earnings will be used tu ptircua Preferred Slock at not over JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. LOUISVILLE, 210 S. Fifth Street, KY. The senior partner sat In thoughtful snee after their departure. If only MISS KEBIE SCHAEFFER. his sijti had fallen In Inte with n girl like Sllss Carroll, Instead ot with JuState Fair rjtmnds on big Then-day- , the got away with the big Idea. dith Spalding' ATlss Sch.tcffer who is prominent Meanwhile. Helen and Jltnmle were m the pedal world In her .Section o( hiirrtlng up the street merrily ills. the Male, and who la a sister ot Mrs. ci,lng what they would hate for Frank Leach, chairman of Ihp Worn' lunrh. t n's Ditltlon of thp War Sating Or? passing soldier diverted Helen's ganization for I'pttls county, was uti African Pigmies. Use ef Drirkinb Water. he stopped abruptly to gaze The liMorlan lletiKlolus. 2.V) years ot the first women In that section of after him, l!i.k whaleter watir you desln ago. the state to make a trip In an airthe African pigmies w f'i but bi not tak lis water. "Doesn't he look lonely. Jlmnjle?" plane In thp present e of thp greatest he nld, with pity In lor solce and thlili he lornteil near the source of .hhI do not use water Merely i wash throng that was ever assembled on the S'lle. Ilcrislotus, for once, told lis down jour tliiont Water aids dhungry, Perhaps he any faltgrounds In Mi.'-ouearning e.tcs, "And money fordm. lunrh. Oh. the truth, for It Is In that region that h) beliltlg to Itqtleft the fisal haMt't Ids with herVnany thousand pieces of In .Ilmmte,liny you explorers hate l.rllisliudo supoe we ought to In- - moderny iiecrllH 1 them n found them. lid liy fsinttii f - the awslrlc Julies Inti, erature. She flew back and forth over Statit during huce with the food ieitlcles. 'tp Just got lil to go with us the grounds dropping the literature site . IV Her l"e nol alTett the enztllics and paid anil I hate plenty of money with I stomal hs fad hort tecs, end us froln thp heat ens and as It fell wits ," nlioitt like One "mkiti ihetii by Plutfti ss somi (hip enthusiastically recPlvpd by thp peo- tne. stieclnuii he saw ttns u full ciov' n pie iwMlutalu. bis'iaus, the Miwer Jlmmle was all enthusiasm at the joitng ple be!o. woiicii. Ihrist Inches rhort of li.ins not mi llo pircrnt-p- t Wltjiout waiting for another llini- - fii-t.lSchaeffer's idpa. The day following .Ml iMglit. but t'ptrfietl) Si- tilihh is pre. nt. In.i iimii I hell word from Helen, he ran after the sol-- 1 fortotsl anil ascension, the sales of governmpnt l of a gINtentng sleekness total amount uml ionisist. Increased amazingly at the dler and tapped life arm. of IiihIj-- , with absurdly large cjts" ttoll. ".Me and my lady friend want to Savings booth In the nduratlon War building. know If jou'll eat with ns. She sats jolt look hungry." he spluttered eiclt-slly- . eno srcscEJi. rs,. "And mathe she'll take you tn atAi. C. itAKKl.Vp.p,.fc the movies, too." R.IL UNOhLV.s-s- ',. Jlmtnle Introduced his new friend ! EIGHTH without ninth ceremony. "Ills name's Jltnmle, too, and he's got three servlep stripes, anil he says EXCEEDS QUOTA IN ! hp's hungry, and hp'd love to go to the movies." That nas the beginning of a most wrnderful afternoon for Sergeant Jim. A SALE: As charming n girl as he had met In his 321 cuthi: r.ZT - c.r.crr, f irroiartD instivutiom or lcknini r.'jrt!. cf roMornce lcuisv:lli:, r.nrsTucnv golden hair and laughing tratels, with gray e,tes and a complexion like apple CompIet.i Covrte cf Cammcrcinl Vocational Trd.-.in- s. iStuJcr.ta Mossoiiis and an irrppressinip young Pr u ticjl, Paj-inr-j Rcaults. CataIo(,ns tent upon rtxjucet. KENTUCKY WINS FIRST HONORS ster- - helped him to a precarious perch secure on a stool nt 11 lunch counter. AND SELLS MORE THAN HUN. The youtm lady tilth tender solicitude. DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. lie hate something substan that tlal to eat, but hp ptplalnpd that he wasn't rpally starving. So hp shared $500,000 DURING SEPTEMBER tl elr rpgular Saturday luncheon and enjoted the apple pie and Ice cream fully as much as Jlmmle. Afterwards People Are Awakening to Value of they had gaily purchased a box of caramels. Then thpy had hurrlpd to These New U. S. Securities That the inotlps. ThPrp, while Jlmmle gatp Are Absolutely Safe. all Ids mention to Dip randy and the sfieeti, Helen and Sergeant Jim con. vered In low tonps, for the most part In air Impromptu selling eumpalgn of the silent drama beinr during the last too week, of August enacted before their e.tes. He told her Kentucky carried uff first honors In something of his experiences abroad, the Eighth Federal Rpserve District and of the battle In whlih he had re by dlspo-ln- g of 1105.400 In Treasury ceived his wounds, from which he was , Savings Certificates, selling neatly &0 almost recovered. And Helen told him per cent of the quota filed for the en- softly of Jlmmle, the oldest of four tire district. children, and how the lad manfully to ilo all kinds We are ccjuipputl witli nmcliiiiL-rThere was no preliminary movement trudgpd to and from work pvery day to pate the way for the campaign that to save rarfarp. and carried unnppetlx-In- g TO! of ended August 31. The mere announceIn order tn and meager luni-he- s ment was made that It was desired to turn over his pay untoui bed to his sell 1250.000 of the certificates during mother. the two weeks. At tlve o'clock they said n regretful A quota ot JM.IOO was filed for "good by" In front of the theater, but laoh state Missouri, Arkansas and not until after Sergeant Jim had manKentucky, and 150,000 for the city -- f aged to draw Jlmmle aside for a moSt. Louis, which comprises the St, ment and persuaded him to reveal the V.'o can On all niiikes of Automobiles or ICnKines. Louis Metropolitan District. young lady's name. furnish you with n new battery or repair your oltl The total subscriptions accepted by The next Slonday morning there was one. the Federal Reserve District wa $332,-50an air of subdued excitement 111 thej and the subscriptions received office. Sir. Spencer's son, recently ' battery charter We have installed after noon Tueiday would largely home from overseas, was starting In and arc i?ow ready for battery charKiii";. have exceeded this figure could the his career as Junior partner In the firm. orders hate been filled, Uut the cer When the young man In uniform, walkWith our Aceytelenc ami Oxyjfen Wcldinjc Mn-cliitificates for August were priced at ing with crutches, was Introduced to. we can weld 'most any broken part of an autoJS38 and any order that naa received lit father's secretary, she was so ob-- 1 mobile, trns engine or fnrminjf machinery. At any after noon on Tuesday, September 2, vlously startled that explanations were time you need help on your Auto, Gas Knjiine or any at the Federal Reserve Hank In St, In order. other kind of machinery, call us and wc will be gluil Louis could only hate been accepted Jltnmle was too excited by the turn at the September price. And then of events to do much work that day to come to your rescue either tiny or niuht. No jobs It must be shown that the purchase and It is doubtful If Helen or the new too lni'Kc or too small. was made In August, and the order Junior parteer accomplished their We also carry n larva stock of auto parts for mailed during the month. If the order share. Shortly before file that after-nooFords and other makes of cam. We handle the Now could be filled at the August price. after announcing to Helen his In-- 1 Crown Gasoline which jrivea more mileage than any So satisfactory was the result of tho trntlon of taking her and Jlmtnle home other gasoline on the Market. sale that Federal Director Wilson has In his auto, Sergeant Jim told his fathdecided for another telling campaign er what he was doing. We also furnish Free Air and nre etiuippd to this month. The quota this month is At first Sir. Spencer was Indignant. , Wash and Polish Autos. Just double that of the August quota, "I'll have none of that, Jim." he said v Gnraife Open Day and Night. Satisfaction and it Is planned to sell 1500,000. sternly. "Sllss Carroll Is too fine a ' guaranteed. Reports from the first day of Sep- girl to be trifled with. And what would tember selling are most encouraging, your friend Judith say? Aren't you and the Indications are that the quota practically engaged to her!" will be largely riceeded. "When a girl tells jou to go away The new form Treasury Savings because you can't tako her to a dance Certificates are the moat attractive yonr liking for her ends then and there, securities yet Issued by the U. S. dad," young Spencer explained. "And, HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. ), government. dad" (hla eye met his father's They are la denominaPhone 31. think Sllss Carroll 1 the nlo Intions of $100 and ,1,000, and draw "I PAINT LICK, KY. terest at the rata of 4 per eaL ces K girl I ever met." .) acepyrlfbt, 1,1,. McClure Newspaper pounded quarterly. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. DISTRICT r CERTIFICATE . Commercial School STOP! LISTEN! REPAIRING LOOK! AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE Patrick &, Conn. . t The Centra! Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept CAPITAL "BLUNDERS By BERNICE CONE. II, 1919. If 1 CL-liDiw. i Mnliln Lime, li. iiimI the mliir nf "prlinr unlilne nnil ihiffu-(IlI ,n f rt n nn I fly It wit nln tlx rut-i- t y nf ii ll't nf wT tlmt riiMlril In the HHt'lltlT Kirlift n he HiilLnl-- n telegram frniii I'lill Hrevv vvent mil, Inrkliii; tin- - iliHir of i lit niily i IhniI lion after her Klie Imil lumyi limit yellow. It wh, Iic rnlil, temher at I'rlinnry No. liriigciil lulu her yellow nurnlcr A REAL FARM AT -- W. A. WKEELEK DENTIST THESC WONDERFUL INSTRU. MENTS OF DESTRUCTION NOW ON PEACEFUL MISSION. Ciencra! Ane'retlc I'n.n lieducru to the mini mm. .Most modern methods cmplojeil. All went (tiMrunlceil. Office over Stormcs' Drug Store i'hone -- 29. Iincnstcr, Ky. Local and n A - nisterc'l. "line HrMe In New York Mnmliiv 1(1 it, in. Willi me," It nntiiiiiliri il On jWflOLE CAR LOAD OF THEM J Ilril- - with me" hn'l llelf Intii ir lunihlenltii: refrain. Uverylhlni; Unit -- In- illil kept lime to It. 1 In- - mil from tin i IkhiIIiihi-- i tu her In mi1 was nn uufrcfiirritfi one. A great red Wile vvny down It uti "t imk tree. Hub wnn vvnttlni. there nii'iinl. (Julie Miiblenly Milil.i throw her iirtm urouiiil lil-- t nerU nml iir i Uiil luTM'lf liy ir her limrt out n.'aln! hl tnn runt. "Woof"" nlil y: the mill."Woif nli the The nnt nf It l, Ctrl. lttlns iii nt length, "I haven't the rlnlit In feel I n), even. Jut you've cum with n fellow nil mnVe yon thrtuich lileli mIkniI Miencnl to lilm. Anil If In- - tillt nml Kor-- i n(roi tin wiilcr. nml )oti knit fur Mm, nml prny for lilm, nml write tn Mm, nml lie wrlte to jnu, nml ;on end lilm rnmly nml ('lgiircll( nml thine, n inl hi end you Fomentr nml mill why, )oii haven't any rnll It If h Eit married, hut tn yo'i) Anil there' no rmon nt nil ttliy you klmiilil get Mttrr over It." "Ami. lut, iiuitliiued tin iloir'i ml-tnrmlly. "If you've i fur ii jour liiiinnn nature n tn lu too finnkly Impjiy when the letter enme, nml (( oji'llly UIITiil !li liter the mil' veiilr". tlit. linn. )ou iini-- 't eiert ttrookvllh to m!le n llllle. nml rv n Utile, and liy you mine hrn you ruelve n tehvmtn like Ii1, "So ne'll - nw fully nlee in Mr nml Hr l'liltli l're- - hut nut ton n v or Urookt Hie n III know how we feel nml Mny tluit'i one Hilng, Iloh . Ill I we feel hndlr hut ll never going to know nh"ltl!el eertlllll, nr Coll Illlee II, liny ; let' he ltilppr l'iiue itliii i-i- iJ J. By rne 1 Banka In Nearly Every City In Eighth Oittrlct Hve Limited Supply. Exclusive Optometrisi. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours 8 to 12 and to 5 p.m. Sept. 18th, AT 10 O'CLOCK. IN GARRARD COUNTY, 4 MILES FROM LANCASTER, ON FALL LICK PIKE. yon 1" With n l.rme Utile attempt nt Inuch. from .Mahhi nml n J")oti hurk from Itoh lliey were nT Ou Momlny nftermiin, n the leniher of No. 5 nciiln reni'heil lor tier ellow wenlcr, a shallow fell aero. the rtHMihot- - IliMir. She looVnl li qtll.kly. I'lill Prew'a fix fert flllr.1 the tiMii frame. The Minllcht hark of hm nf a rate tn hl flture the lllll-ln- n ilatue done In hrntire. Muhl.i'a heart hegan tn l"nt a slnil welcume that waa ai iiilrkl) ilroMiinl. In, lli refrain, "llrhle with me." She tulil out her hnml fnrmiilly. l lrlnlineil, with a "I'lill I'rew the mile umt what ! proiiT nmount nf tftllte lnterit. "I'm n clnil I" i yil hnek ntnln!" The timnzi tntue hltnknl In nmartil rhnL'rln. "Phln't ynti ret my telegram?" It ileimimliit. n thnushtful "Of eoiire. It wa n(")iu In let me know Jnt when )nu rniulni;, 1 wiint to eoutrrntiilntp rre jnu," he rnntlniinl meetly. "It will Che in" n treat ileal of ilennire tn ircel Mr. Krew." "Iliili?" Inquire! the hriiure one, n ititaeil fur eleEaiire of kitIi. "I'm Innklnc fnrwnnl In mrrtlnc Mr, Drew," Mnlcli reinl(il, tllEhlly I'U'-ule- il In her turn. "Voiir your teleErnm alii " ' were Oui- - nt leu," Inter "Tlmt rtiliil I'lill. "I ImimiI jouM meet ine." "Why" h. faltered, "I I ilhln't It Ink jnu wnuhl want me In." I'hll fronniil. "Uok here, Mnlil.'i," ti prnlcMnl. "I ilnn't know wlint you're rI ir nt, hilt )nu ilnn't himii mer-Jnjei- l to m'i me. Hint' Hire. If lliere'a KoiiHiuie el"e, why ilnn't jnu ay mi, nnil nut " ".Vn," nhl Mnliln wild Ihe tniElo fll.llllly nf eliihteell. "then will' ne(er he tin) one elo fn- - me." ' I.letiteiiant I'lilllp lrew eliii nun urnnoe, Mini wnuhl Erlly iimiii tlila .Mnliln. hut Inne -- elri'.l huncrlly trr r acres. LEVEL, Fertile, in high DESCRIPTION state of cultivation. Absolutely no waste land. Thirty acres in corn. M acres in tobacco. 2G acres in wheat stubble, the remainder in meadow and blue grass. 14 acre acre .field, Well fenced being cut into 40 12 fields, -7 acre field, the remainder in acres lields, smaller lots. NEVER Bost spring and watering tank in the county. FAILS. Eight room brick house, two halls, three porches, large 'vscment, beautiful lawn with large shade trees. Several fruit trees. 13(5 1-- ' 2-- 4-- 1- An Ideal Home A ten acre stock and tobacco barn, cribs, poultry houses,' Also a three room garage, and all necessary tenant house and small barn. Will cut farm to suit purchaser or sell as a whole. Will be glad to show you this farm at any time before date of sale. To see it is to want it. Phone No. 310-Purchaser may have seeding privileges this fall with full possession January 1st, 1920, unless previously arranged. out-buildinR. Urn! Grenade Dank", for Thine which the children and grown ub of MIbhi uiI, Arkana nml Kentucky have ten waiting with cunrlderable eager-refor nntne time, hare arrUed. A whoje rnrloail of them wa r hipped by fnat frekht from Warning-Inby the War Hepartr.ient and con rlgned lo riurrrnment Dllector Wll-o- n at St !,ntil for dlMiibutlon thron-h-o- ut the Klahlh Federal Hcnerte Dh trlct Theje now harmle.--j little nnurenlra. which, when lhe wire made, we-puwirfiil Instruments for Infllc Iiit death on the Iloche, and which In the War of Nations prntetl that they h.'d lled up to their reputation, are now to enter upon a (areer of usefulness and It l eipected that. In the futufe, I hey will prove an great upbullder ai they were destroyers In the pnsr. These little (trenades, 'Which are small enough for a man to crasp In one hand and hurl many yards, hate been dhested of their strength. The powerful ejploslves and the fulminating caps have been removed. A child can play with tbem In perfect safety and yet, outwardly, tbo granade hai til of the appearances that It had In actual warfare. It required much fiiyee nn the part of the government officials and th, financier) of the district to place these real soutenlr-- ) In the hand, of the pro-piFirst, treasury officials had to deal with the officials of the War IV. partment and purchae them, Then, because of the first (ot of the pren-ade- s and the additional rot of reinov Ing the explosives, the treasury officials were not able lo gHe them out-ligas gifts. That Is where the banks of Missouri, Arkansas and Kentucky took a hand In the game. They bought these hanks, many thousands of them, from the Treasury .Pepartnient. Now they are being given outright to those who are entitled to them. Any person under the age nf 18 years who buys one War Savings Stamp (the alue of which Ihh month la 14.20) irom one of the banks that lb author d to distribute them U entitled to one of the grenades. Any person over 18 years of age may cht.iln one of the grenades If be purchases from one of the authorized agents more than one-othe War Savings Stamps during tbe current year. In many of the cities and tuwns throughout Arkansas, Missouri and Kentucky, bank have taken advantage of the government's offer and tcuv laid In a supply of these grenades. The person who wishes to uvalt h iuelf of the offer must needs be In u hutry In purchasing his stamps. The supply is limited and It Is doubtful if any more enn be obtained when tbe present supply U gone. I M. S. HATFIELD Office oeer The Garrard Bank Phones Office S. Residence 37C. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY DENTISTS J. A. Beazlev DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence t'hone S. Office I'hone LANCASTER, KY. 'SI M. J. PATRICK, K on tuck'. DtsntiMt. Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Ansvered Night. Promptly Phone 317. Day .r LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Hoziaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, GIVE - KENTUCKY. ME A TRIAL. Satisfaction Guaranteed. '. BOOKKEEPING Buslneu.Phonooraphy TYPE wRITINu and lint ink s SMITH BUSINESS CpUtat' III rmMnttu Trotnitlic lo nerriiitllj hinklnl rj;lli bilawii.sii;B & suutii. smieai. su. TELEGRAPH Y l.l. ! '' J NOTICE , TERMS made known on day of sale. Morgan Bros, Capt. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. Hadn't Fooled Helen. Milliter eollhl lli'l tllkt Helen wllh her when she went iliinnlnwii unci wn Ir.vlnu to ll nwny without her knowing II. i fnther rnlleil Helen to conn villi, "I hn tu vtntrh to li f in. when tntivver, 'cnue lu-- i trjln' to run'il nwny." The firt leli phone ner rinroil In n i l still to he irlvnti Kllfll-- li seen lit MiirllHirniiBli Ihuim". It vvns inuile In ltTS on hminl ll.e vvnrhli Thunderer nml wn siiIim qiiently set the s luxilnHini nml the tip helwi-elioudiilr of tlu iirliire-- i of Wnle. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES DIRECTOR'S "WORK TRAIN.' STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, Hsad of CIq tlallroid Resents Calling SEED POTATOES, Private One, His Train RASPBERRIES, A Itrglonal Itailroad Director was GRAPE VINES, recently visited on hh special train PERENNIALS, by a newspaper reporter. Oue of the HEDGEING first things the railroad man said was, Tle-isdon't say In jour paper that SHRUBS, lu my 'private train.' Call I am hero It my 'worH Hint linly tmllEiinntl.( tin mOieil lilm nwny. Her n hi re nml ireleml " "llu, hnl" tnelferuti'il I.lcilli n.illt I'lill, when he reail Hie iiieiiEe. "Thut' rich 'llrlilo wllh '. Sny, Elrlh. illil ynu lioueKlly think why Ihiit'a Tom I'rldi jnu know. I wrole ynu nhnut him, my hiiihly he'a ner nt the hnn-- e now; enme home wllh tin ln- -t fellow that eter llteil. Jll't n Utile mUliike nil. 'Hrlile with' In rni'llul, llint' no, ftweelln'iirt, I hint tu enme hnme to tlio"i," cet one nf n hint nf lenra In her vulee. one," lie "I think jnu'n lln nhl. Ihriftlns the lileernm Into hl Mml me lliln, nml llnii nine IiliiiIi. "In Ihrre ejei hlnreil niistlly, hut First Private English Phone. Forbears of the Seal. It Ik n curliiux fnct that the fur senf wna unre n Innil iililuuil. The hiihy 'stnli lire nctunlly nfruhl of water; they wnuhl drown If thrown Into It, nml , linve tu leiirn tu swlni by repeiitoil efforts. When unci they linve been tnught to Bwltn, however, Ihey soon forcer; to wnllc. Ills .dea was obvious. With private rallro: 1 cars we have come to connect tlm Idea of luxury, indolence, and gru.u wealth, In all probability this mobile of-f"r real ecor.ony. Let ti it! . be wise enough lo judge each expendl ture on it merits under Its own pecu! lar conditions. Tbe man who wears threadbare clothes and Uvea on Insufficient and unwholesome food that be may save 70 per cent of his Income, may be the least thrifty Individual In the commu nlty. Stand for WISH expenditure, rather than simply SMALL expenv diture, train". ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE Illustrated Catalog. NO ACENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. 'S'lA'.K-- J TMUM 1 IMI-.b klTsW L 'sksk SL- 9t ' ::kif, ..' JS OPERATOR FAVORS IT. A (uiyrliht, !!!. MiClura Urate.) Ni"rrr On. CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. Sad la Sad. A mother, who wita rut her foml nf the (lienper 111, 31, .'Uient nne nftermimi IikiW her )ounir (InUElilcr, whu hail urnwn tn ennililer herself ii hove that Mirt nf tliltii;. The (luughler wua hnriil. hut the nattier wan treat ly lnlerelifl. utid Bnally, when the heroine hail cot Into teomltiEly Incilrlrnhh broke iluun and aohheit heartily. "Mother, I wouldn't cry here," wills pereil the ilancliler nlKiillteuntly, uo renllns the lnt word. "Let me alone," ri'i'lltil tliv nthtr, thine I Mil. Ift hyelerlcnlly. "If t crj' ccordlng to vrlc.M tail; OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus St00,000.0t Assets Over One Half Million "ROLL OF Dollars. ON HONORS B. F. Hudson, President, V. F, Champ, Cashier, J. J. Walker, V. Pres. W. O, Uieney, Asst. Caihier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Ufa. ' of thu John Connery, president Co.npuny In Illinois. Is so Miami l thorouglil) "sold" oil ihe thrift diu ttat he has punha-iei- l 115.013 In War btvlngv Htaui). so lhat they inav ii tvallah!o' for dlstrl mti'i anionic eiu plovea of the company and his fauill. In many of the Illinois coal mint, Value of Unceoksd Food. the paymaster of the compa" lUm1" Mail cniiiiiit illgeat u ml iii,linllato from on pine to another, pa) Ins off the mineral I'lenieuta In rock; hence Unless the paymasttr carries with It Is neceKiury fur lilm to get the elehim a supply of thrift and savins ment" for structural work from fruits stamps, they are freu.uei.tly not avail ami vegetable, In (heir fret.li, uncook able for purchase by the miners. ilestroyi the Mr. Connery was so anilous to el Mate; for chetulstry the (hemlral nynfhesl the thrift Idea umanr the miners wth albumin Is lost, J, II. TIMcn, M. working- - tor his concern that hx used D. Ma own capital to put his Idea Into cfft .t. Anl the sihi.ljr jll "Originally thu term 'Kciith'iu'iir (liJIln: Ki'ntllls) signified well horn A mull ul gentle birth usually wua re'lned In luniineri ami coiiiluci, nml so popular usage hast 'Xtt ml.il the term In nil men of hlv-- ( iilrnus ihur.ulci ; a genlletuutt 'livt'i right, rlcli'. wriLit'ii, fear tiod and! honors the king.' " Uxthungo. "Gcntleiran." Sees Advantage of Treasury Savings Certificates In Thrift Movement. Sanatorium Treatrtntcf Tcr llu-Tubr.-v-t Ilainlaiied t 'o til " -- . 11 lion lor t!ie adee.u.ite treatmr- culo:ls in c'l I. c ml. Ritct il.i.CU board, nuji lvundry, c:c. Ili-- h surround ings. trr r .1 neck, attention, D.liftt-fu- l . ' tuber- - u A Sreillitesfor evatmrftt It trctm.-rtxolil.nt Mlbl. bcfl r'(ri. im i4 !!.' t csr,. lnfn iMi.i m The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept I 1 , 1919 OF THE BEST LAND IN KENTUCKY AT 4 OCTIOH The famous W. R. Cook' or Uncle Jake Robinson Farm, only from that good town LANCASTER, 1 1- -2 miles from Friday, Sept. 12th, commencing promptly at 10:30 a. m. rain or shine. Indeed a rare 6pportunity 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 acres, fronting the Danville pike. It is all in grass except (55 acres. 300 acres of old blue grass sod, balance in timothy and clover. 3 good tobacco barns, and one splendid mule barn, 100X50 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-sel- ect 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 O. T. United Wallace, Realty Company. Geo. W. Crawford, Managers. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. yj. M. Nicholls, The Central Record, Lancaster KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! "Hr-a- Ky. Thursday, Sept II, 1919. CO OPERATIVE 1 GRAIN GROWERS ORGANIZE THRASHING RINGS FOR EFFICIENT WORK XI4ny tronMM iiAn't f Tha houaewlfa of HoMind would it Mow)? thamitlrca Thr it row dliwrrr but mont aj toon without foal ta withuntlrrnilnlnc hralfh with iMtlllf. l out htr Ihitcn Iropf,M aa aha itadly rartalnly. until you Nil a vie quaintly rail fint.n MKPAl llaarlarn 1lm to Incur illfM. mop our iroubU. wlilln thfra la Mm, nil Oapaiilr Thay raatora atrangth Don't wait until Kill faint baroma M an. mrm rtcponilbla In a aTTtat tnraaura Don't trlfla ith 1lara, To for tha aturdjr, robuat htalth of tha aChta. avoid fuiura iMinVrlntr trratmnt HolUmtara p with noMl MK1MI. Haarlem Oil r four rvry aulea now. Take thra 1i not ittlay On to our d runt lit and day until you ar tntlrvly frra from 1nit on bin auii1ylnc you with GOLD MKIMI, lUarlrm Oil OapiuUa. Tako pain. r Thli wUknnwn trM.rallnn ha thrn aa direct nl. and If you ara not ana nf lha national rm1l4 of with rwutta your d run flat will a lad y refund your monay. Look for for ctntur" In MM lha xntarn mn of tha MtirlanU rant M a tha nam iOU UKUM, on tha boi d atlnt I aperlal chirur authurltlnK tlan aod ). a: H prara no othar. and three alita. acit In Mai ad Bole 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Vsco' 'Ptatn' vsm Draw A Check , Teamwork Help See the big Nobs lyfSdi I fur tlii money yimiive nnil nutv Imw much more at Thrashing Time. for mi out tit nr In u ilini-- li Ins: iri'W. 1'rrlilln tni-inny In- - iim-ilii-In iiiluniiiL'i liv unlmilnL' tlii'iii In nni Mini nf twirk for tin- Hi'iillii-limn iri'int niiillnu.-- i imlil nil llm Jul nr.- - inniili'ti'il In tin- - Hri lis nml llmi llllli' Hiirk l rii.iiiii-i- l In lilft- IVu-iil- l Hu niium Ihkih nr liny liuiili lln- m -- n - immiii "1111111 iiirii-iiin- The 'Nobby' is a big rough S your rrrilliorh rtv I liry like In ilo I'nril ynii lnniiiuss with ii ti nii wlio Inn mi iirriiiint nt the Garrard Back & Tru.l Co t'nltnl Hlnti-it nf Api hi U'r When n f.iriu plans n thri-- h friim the i nir.uiK it . inl-.it- i i n -- h liir crew In ilo lli.. mirk mi n ri riiiln ili.j mill tin- - in lit il." ri.it appi-n- r until thro- - i i ks lifter tin- inn-- . Ii II liny niuiilir Unit tin nilrjtiiriii l. ll.i-- ll'ltearnl t I:iiIi'h husky fellow. The tire they are all talking about. A great road gripper a sure tin- - Thpy knuw he in ilmnir liu.inem in like ay. lniii'" open iturli an account even it t.wr affairs lire mil large. witl eniw nil riKdt. Ilftlrr Hipy iiiiiUi" n i fr ii.iiiii . i f ' i mi m rU iiiiii'i'rii-It- tliN ii'limi i. in' In inn ) In I'l iiiTiil nnil Hi uliii-- u r. enough iion-skidd- er and non-slipp- er. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Mlllil I 111111 I 11 DC 13 cn NEW GARAGE I havr jutt iprnad tip a Nw Garage antl am ready to du .if Iiiln.r r..iiVli.'pll'Hi will. It i. ru n iitIm-wlii-ii intt.i oittflt l'1irln"l til" lllll ll II f ltlul ii' tliliitlilnir, llii' riinli' iiml i'irnn-Fim- t w.irk nf untie Inn il in. ii llii,.- -, mill Nlmlliir fuitnri limi- - ruii-n- l urnhi KPiHiTx in tlin turn lirlt tu nriMiim' ihrn-lili- i; rlnin fur tlii- pnrilui... i inn hi mil mm l.lrn ry. ni'iiitliiii nf Hini-hli- ii Ili'inllt" nf llii' iliriikliltii; rlnf lire Ih.wii In mi ii'imrli'il li Sliili-ili'inirtini'iit nf ii uric-iiltun- - nni- - inrcH tlirulilns rim: wlilrli , .! . i iirliir. .lii.rli-iuil . nml tlii- - nil tin- - itt'i "snry W in n ii rini: l.ujf nil tin- iiiik ii"- lif Hi" villi.-.!!!- , Ill.ilill'lllill nt full Unlk. "Il'll II .1.Iil- ltril.iiiliji; mniiiiii'. .mil s.i mi. Tin tlirn-liltin- nork nf rlnir n Hut" mi- - !" uii'ii tn fiiil ilurlna tin- - linru-I'rin tliiilly nil lln- - thriililiis rlni lu'rlnriii Mum- - ntiti.Iil" wnrk 111 nt tin- riili". nr tin- - rlnj: In nnler In In i'iiri' liltn-r- riim tin- - lltiii-l- ) Makes easier riding and easier driving. More safety, more comfortmore mileage. all Limit of Auto Work and make any adjustment your car may In,, ". ' nil ..x,K-i,- narJ, Give ma a call and bo convinced. Phone 22. T ,l piil.l ... - Niii-r- nml imiKllily u Krnlii nr ii ! In:" i iillnr nml l.iill.N a l.iil In liini" I iIumt IiuIIit, tin- - , lnil.', r ,1," ti.,,,1 n ' ,,,!,!n ! r Bryantsville Garage S. W. IIAI.COMIl, Proprietor, Uryantiville, Kentucky, .i,..n I 31 1X1 .ir.llniirll, pul. I.y lln- - ,..,l,. r- - f.ir iliriLliI.,,-- I. tin- - l . .,l.. '., iiiiuiiiiny nf l.h lii;lnn i.iiinl). Illlni. I. nln.li ! iniuinivil if mm i.i ii 1. iiiruii. in" l l iirlsimilly tntiil.il fil rt IMT-- Ii .vi.rri, mni tin ii n n liiir.'iMiuir Kti'iuu "iiitlii", u wiiti-- r liuik, u m iiirntiir. ith ii Mliiuli ! , it. ..i... II . ... .i...n... .111.1 11 .. Illl- MKII-I' r ' 'T, tin- - '. r wii It in.iy hut iiilinii nl. T"' I nf T - .' It 'Nobby' is a United States Tire, which means none better. Just right for our roads. " niMoiilili- ti 'riinililuc fur tin- - Mirliiii-- ,, ."III WHO 1 I .' ., , .. ..... . i'j ti .. urn ...I., in.- - i.nni iiiiii-i- illn: fiui.'" tin in'l..)i'.l Iii ilili rl ii ir fur tli'lil unrk nf ti'ti iii.'ii uitli ti'umi tn IiiiiiI liumlli".; tli" lu tin- tliri" in. n ultli tn haul lli- - ltir:i-ln- il Kri.il ; tini lliiln.iil lln- - cniiii ut iii.'ii I.. ln-l- i lln- - liik; ..in- - innii mi" until ..ii tu ni"riil" tin- - kIiii k.-- r ; nil" limn tn (ll'llll up iilmut til" iimi hln.'i ; nil" uiili-- r nml llini- - nn'ii with tli" ttirnlilni; oitltit. Tlii liivi.lvi". u f.iri" iii.-ii- . A rinir .f this nf .7 .I.'iiiiiiuls llUllll" IIIIIIIHITt'lUI'lU (I) III" Mil- - i. .' ... T.:" , iiuilt rlnu I 1'i'rfiirini'il nu u liuiitn-- i linK mi ini'rni:" ilii' nnrk IiHuk n- ctirili-iii iimii l.uili"l nf iintH, nr iilmiit 1 .i liiili.'i-- . nf wiii-n- t nr ryi HiH.iril N ki-inf tli" in.- - put In lit -- I'll Inl-- r-r nml ll," ..f tin- - .trk nr" ilKirllmti'il nuiiiii tin- lln- - Imili nf lln- - ii i ti ii ii t nf Bruin mi tliru'lnil. I'n i in. !!. iiit"i'-.ti-- i lu th. nriiilic'iil.in mnl .r.niii.l..ii nf t Ii r:i -- t i Ins rlnc- - limy nlitnlu inil" nf Hie iitili. Iliiitlini ilu'in liv nrltin; tn Hi" I'nltiil Stnt." .Ii'iiirtiii"iit nf imrl nilliirt-- . W'iililniiiiii, It. ( DEHORNING IS NOT PAINFUL United States Tires are Good Tires I'..; Shrinkage in Yield of Milk Following Operation Ii Very Temporary and Insignificant. Are You? am A smnlli-- W. T. KING, THE AUCTIONEER AND LAND SELLER. Will sell your land, no matter where situat ed, for the High Dollar, at 2 per cent, and pay for all advertising I provided you give me your land t Rock Bottom figures. Others charge you 5 per I ient. do my own auctioneering and boosting, will sell your land privately, at auction or any way you desire. See me before you do anything and let me give you some good advice. Few more farms for sale at reasonable prices. W. T. KING Iniiilrli" nri- - frr.in-niln tn h"lli.'r tin- - .ii"riitlnii nf ilt'hnrii-lii- s of $l.l"'. nrrrlllp rnllit" l x"ry imlnfiil, mul uli.Mh.-It III" iut nf 11 lllllll tuny nut In- nlllrll riiir".'llt 'ln"il hi orui-lt- to lurli M'puriitnr, with n liier-.'"il Tlin-- i. whn luiv" mi 'ti-niHttiuliuieiit. th"i.iHrlipliiBfiirnWi.il .I,.t,..r ti I utr hi ,.,IM.rpnrt. , r In ' -hy a fiiniis , fiinu triutnr. 'I li i ,' ,i.,., ,i, ,.t i.i ,,,.,. Krmtw ..f mh.iII smln. u l,,rillnn nrsivsat'r.' f..r hlr-niit.hl" ilini-hli- n: (,l,.,.riitliiii hai Mimwi IM nir,.fll '" -- x'"' '"'i ''i,r' tluit -- hrlnkiii:" In tli" ylelil nf milk us N In nf nuts. ti.U'l , f Lmtcrnu fnllnwlne tin- - il- inf wln'at ami ,. m.ti- - imminr. nt u ,,.rv uli.'s nr i l.n.-- r .".-.l ' nnil. n- iiiriisuiii. in" ..iiiiniir, On III" ntlirr linnil. III" iili:iillliniit. iiiml" up nf ll" nu ll. Willi t us mnl ,! ,.nil.itv iift.-Intlli t.il rrVi ,,.,1,, h"-lt- h ni;niis I., haul liiimlli's; iwn nn'ii. 1V ,.,,),. M, thi'lr inati-- s l whciiii li.il- - m luiullinj. ,,.,ir,,ii f t Ii.-- t r hnrns Is nni. Ii - inllns; mi in tn innnac" ,nr(. ,,, . cnnsliliTiil. mul nut lurr.-- erulii Ihr.HIlumll" jq.tniy r,.viit, p, t,p .,ttli nf n tln- - nulllt. mul ii liny tn In'lp. twn nr nu,v m,,m, win- - n"il tn .v U.Ki1ior nil an , ,i,,lt ,mne.i i,v tli'lil i.llilu-rs- . whll" lln- - iim- - nf tartn iII.m-iisi- . wlih th" s ii iriix I'liulii" iili-u fnw rt"r aim Inst twn piml na nni.- - n. titll ti runs In .uu- - wlnU-- r tlirnueli llii'lr wiuiT i.ny. nu- - si'pnriitnr. In'lp iiUuit llnlii'lnc ils"inliiiM'liil hy llu- - linrns nf With tills .mull fnri" this nulllt was I'lirniiiril inuti's whlfi- - nut fur t'nt'ri'li-- . nlili- - tn thrash ami il.'IH.T tn th" Hi his t'titlrp hi'ril iilinunt thru- - mill- -, illsiaiit, an iiM riii.-.- Tin- nfii'rwiiril. "Ml lnilii-l- s nf wlu'at snft'ty nf tin- - miluials in tit ti m.iri' than nf iipprnxniiat.-lii ilay. tumpi'iisati's fur any Ims nf fl'i'in th" rt'inntal uf Imrns. Smaller Unit Favored. c Durliie th" last twn nr thn-- yrnrs m mlil tn WOOL POOL IS REORGANIZED th" nuinliiT nf Ihraslilni: nut tit In- farm .irsiiiilinllniis has at prrsent Member! of Idaho Farm Bureau Save ami th" U tnwaril th" fnriiuilinn nf kuiiiIIit in $25,000 on Year's Clip Will Try npiTiith" mills mnl Hi" piirihiiM- - nf Experiment Again. - m- l mi frntii tinnut tits. Mils - iitiiintiiinil rt'ssliy fur liinrius" nf tl'rrpare.l by Hip I'liltcd Hlatu IVpart-uni- t t.f Aiirkultlire) lahnr mul lln- - nilwnt nf Uu- - furiii Irai-- MpiiiIhts nf the Cnnillnr futility Inr. th" lmwi-- nf which inn lip well (lilahn) I 'n nu Iturt'iiii last ji-n- r piHilnl In run u small thrasher, it t II Ir til V.'H.IMHI luitimls uf wiuil, which snlil fur wlilc Ii, runipli'ti- - with it w ml stiii , is n piiiiml. They an nf mi t ami i'lf its admit hail lii'i'it nrrcriil liicnlly mi nf .fl.'.lHI. Must nf th fill huts' cliihs nri- - HI s ii pniiiul, ami hy uf (he rents hiiiiiII, an that nil iin'iiilu'rs may k'.'l over vnnl hhi they ri'celw-i- l $'J,"i,ls lln-lthrasliliitf llnWnil In iihuut (If- - the Iih'iiI irlce. Mi'inln-rhave met Is iiunpli'liil All Uirm-hln- e li'i'ti tin u r nml rturciinUeil fur th" nsalt: this In m'iimiiuiIiIi' llini', mi that tin- - Kruln piinllna nf thp clip, ami have tuny In' kiimiI tn t nilMinliiti'. nsri'iil tn tlellver wnnl In rimmI rnnill-tln- n Advantage of Ring. to the warehniisp. iiii'lhuils nf Thi'rt' Hit- - twn Ei'iu-ra- l rlni: tn npt'riitliin, th" most ruiniiuiii STUDY DEMANDS OF MARKET Hitlilrine nf n lliriishlni; until!, tin- - nlliiT Its iiiirilias". Important Leison for Poultry Ralier Thrin-hlni- : Inns- rlncs ar" Uniform Color of Eggs Is tniK'h n lht llirin-lilnk- rnli'iiilnr in n Moat Deilrabl. iii'liililiurluHiil may h mi urrauired that Hit work rn ii i" inrrle.1 out with Ih" (Prepared t.y the llnlletl Slates Depart-BieIrait imsslhli- - Inss nf llni" Ln iioflnje nr Aurlculture.) from farm tu fiinu. As a Jt UfV poultry raKer uliouli make a cmnplt'iloii tin-- (last aim a)iroiv ludy of ttke market ileiniimls. A natsr of In Im ne kminlni; llii'lr imklxnmt-nt- s gi ami flesh In poulplait-- , may fo there IniiietUattly and try Is desirable. A nlietl Hock will liue the grain raatly to tarusli hy tk list prtxluet- - inlfsriu hk or meat, limp 1ip ahflt arrlw aat) U etjsji. Jsnl ecss from such duck are uot No tknr k lost ptther In tantriffaUg for hati-liln- r. lnt slt j.-a- r On Smaller Scale. r thni'lilm: rlnir. nriiiiiij.-i- l In h'nji'tt" ."iinl.v, iililn, cui- h uiri llini- - Iiiii'I.imiiiT'., nf '"P'r"' W ih fnlie.1 ttairn Imparl ., ,, ,. ine ,, We know United States tires are j?ood tires. That's why we sell them. Haselden Bros. Garage Becker and Ballard, Bryantsville Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick J. & C. P. Wairers. Kirksville. Kv. Production of fecnt. Nn siilistaiii-,- . that r i.i-." tn Pi water ha mi n.i.r, In the initial mlistntit" it If rlniillne In particles In the ,ilr. us in th" cum- - nf llcht ami Tin' il.tniper n (hint Is the 111.11" ..n tl 111 y,s off. A mini' it prnnf .if Uu- - fan i nn lit- - liai) I.y walkli.ir la u k'aitleii utter r.iln. It Is lln- - Mipi.r nf ii l,iil,l that kiihIIh ami nut lln- - Ihpilil In ih,- - uuss itself. Dally Thciitht. Wlmt arileiitly wu wli, we Youuc. . l. "Ve c.iiik'ht him. fun til ti tut nt the pMnl pnlnt tu clt- - up the Knlen prul-ertt! tt.en mt nrr nu nf his ears. 'It will l.e bnth earn, ur.il In. In till lull, If I cutch )nu UKaln.1" riitunal Spril( Jever Ir w?itM'',.m Sp'-n- !I kA Ss.najf. n bttom or il you art tufferinr Fevet" vow Mtd Acid Ireti Mkcnl to build Hiyittiuil preienoc Acid Iron Mineral berautc it b natural ..uuW ..i.., . wui noi iDjui. teem or cauM ill sffecti. Itit the moat powerful iron tonic fcaown and come ts you luit at It ! prepared by nature in th wonderful depotiti ol Muiiislppl. us dniir itorai or unt Atre K rKRROOINK CHKMICAL CORP., Roanokk, "fasuby.il OnifcUtt. Vininia CunbarUnd Grocery Co., JumcKoh City, Ky.t WhUiala Di.tril.utwr. 'The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept A SHOCK TO THE COUNTRY Senator Hitchcock So Chirac terizes Senator Knox's At tack On I I, 1919 Inn "I'll""! T. my tlial ! iiiiinlrj l . pill It inlMIJ- slim Kl'll I tu deelnre Mdlji In Hi" Irejl utaiest ir nl purtlrlp.1-lin- n ""' "" In , l.l- - l iUIMlll "Strmigvlj nli. "f'ef iimiiHis nf ln IJ I the Peace Mm,, nml :l mmllier uf ' Mllllll Ids llllii.l. li.iil mi iiiMIiiIik lii.' Ijii.!.. inn. I ik.' :l new I1" I I ! InkHiJ nf tin- - . I. ..II. . After you pt-l- wiy Uk bus nhl.h till. Ill fa.wl fitrnier of Vi. M llf .ill I Jcuujf--- Treaty INSANE FOREIGN POLICY " the I'.iim' SeH'.-m- nil 'Nun he sil.l.l. nl lin- - 'i- Im.ir nf df.- Huns l I I'M npestlnir, and all itomaeh muwrWs. J7woa sr u Mtlt. ssssaVS will ws. ZitSvV wnl rr4 .U-s atfoodiouiinf. llir lli" III iii"1 .i Ill '.l-l- piM.i- Amendment or Defeat of the Treaty Would Be Commer cial and Financial Disaster For America, Says Nebraska .n.i.Hl 'Mi.'- ml I. tii iiI .iiiiI lH.II.-"I f It liltV "f pull.N ll.T llll'l loll v lil. Ii .r.!unilii i'i"" II. 'iill tu limit. II" "l '"i y iilor Knu u - 'U .M tl'.-ii- - ll. n in Hie ,ir .itin.itUliull tl H.lll li.TIII.lllV t'l.T .1 lour. III!!!!. R. E. MtROBERTS, Li..il.r, "1 !i Kj .t fj n I ' Diitribution Mi H"l k.i fiirilnr and prop"' t!). I.i latin.! then buy some Camels, give them every laitr-tes- t and know Tli.' where in tcientificalty !.'rii.:iii) o.rtii'-iiH!- '' l lli' In'rtty l Hint More than SO firms dncrlbej. for your own satisfaction that in quality, flavorsmooth of 20 ttfnpicJiii wi.iild be n lill li.w. ' ' Jl'peal I" 1'T nam on our inalllnc mv, utHi tr Iml, r(ti"ii.ilt1 or uti 'ii. in i iilliii. i.l ctfttrmtte or ten pick al!rt body and in many other delightful ways Camels are in a (300 cigtrettet) 'list at "Off, iMi by themselves! inmii tli dfftsit of cfats Illli liii.. k .1 il lli.lt lie bid In m ihtiint'psper wuilld !' tit II,v v It till h tUiilhM4 mn-.- . full f.lllli llml Hi.' Semonin Goodman covered carton. We Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice atrongly recommend .hiM-vIncorporated f .VltMv vhe .lliriinil ir,. ii.. m In Hie .'n Ntii.ilnr IH Domestic tobaccor. YouH not only prefer this blend to either thi carton for the lie limn It liH In lie f.ii.lcn r"l.ill"i k't tnmli tt rf nl kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the ((BII-IaBI(HIMf.. In tie home or office upply In Hi S.'inie. be ai.' or when you traymlf S'liMlt ltnl.iv iiriclu Hint Hit tifitl) tf 'Hiel.. llh' remarkable l.iiiinvillc, Kentucky and smooth, refreshing "l''l fl. In.1 'll'i f.llurnull' flavor it provides! Camels are a cigarette revelation! Hii-R. J. Rj.IJiTU,ct,C,. Mhl. .mi ilft.ii r.ttlli.i ulilittut In: llii .nil. f .Hiillriiiluii WiiilM-Ssl.N. C. fiid'T I vlili.r In lb.- - II. Id lu' ! Utiii'itiichl. Camels win you in so many new ways! They not only ..'itt.'in.'iit I'.'niiiin.'ii Li n KftVirlMi: ANGUS-LAN- D permit you to 'smoke liberally without tiring your Ih li. 18c a package giisr.iut. .'itale s Scii.-iltt.Mi tiiiiltr l lli'iniltllmti taste but leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unfcv. .'ii ilur-- . wl... f.i.ui- r.l.'iil'ic l. pleasant cigaretty odor! Virtli h.iktiitt, ulut tnhI nctitn! lit man., fruiu hM rM.H.i.il.lllii fnt Ll.lBkSBBBBBBBBBBBl r II. w ir, fen .Stt.mttttiL' iiiiii'iMliiit'iit hi W f'trvi iiit"p niMliu Compare Camels with any cigarette v '. Hi. l.ml.rl.il uf lli.' In" Kitiinitllcc, S'ti:iior Mlti-i- i rvlntlti in the worId at any Price! You'll rv Sin.' wl.li'li llil Innl.v nluiie . in pi prefer Camel quality to premiums, V M 4 Iwt." "II. lot olii''... Hull tlif pnt) coupons or gifts! .In .ii hnllfu, nlirti m illli...' Hlll'Hlltll'ltl, llll.lll ttt hftpntc 11)1(11 'li llulll't Lite ..f I'M' ll.l.'.l I l ltHI tilt lllt1 tilt', li.. Il li,ld Ml 'li.' "..'lisle fur Registered Aberdeen AnJiriHIlItf iihI mm .iiihoiii an ' i.l' .illi'i. ..f lli.Sciti" lut .'MUIhI fri'ln Ji.11. II gus Cattle for sale anytime IimH II Ullt' .hi' Mil li 111 I l)t tit l.l.'lll. .'IM.I.lt llll.lll.nl. ...Hi 1. 1.. .ill s teiv nur ' "I l".t rlt jHi itr.lit, i rtv .mii 4it tin licrii'nii uny ntfe Also rr(!i.-tereither m-- x ll';v ,iinl Ir.tM IimI'U Hi It a ji1i .ill the l.ttslle uf Naliul". f.'ililll. ... p.'li. 'l I'oIiiiiiI Cliinn Ho)!s. Ilig type t.n-.mid 1 minv III. ' Tl..ll. will. I. I.il" Itrltiiln .iinn tlmt tlllftfT plttU'C 111 .1 lMll Itl t,llt II) ..ill) and uurnKui al.lj s.l.i'L- -l li. III !' A. D. BRADSHAW, ii".: uf tie..' st f.rr In lir rluliii, and Id lm li.(lln',l Ilii. iliaiul'i-- rI lull.lis.' Ill tlitir tlti' rti!Niii unit nil III. k. uiiii.'iiIi.ii, bin Hie.'III.' l.'iie ut rl.1.! sit WALKER BRADSHAW. liHtit to :iw litiw ('(thin e.in jM1ti .1 In rotiiiuuii irvi.t.'ii. m 'iM'tittl unit , HtiHit wt rvjttf .In ei.Mm. Ijiiuiisier, Ky 'll I'. ti iriml, m' trnjM. ii tn I I'ti;.-- . .'llLlt'T.lllu.l .'f M...ll.le ill.ltni. 1.. M " ir wlili litr iitnl drlw 1it ihm '"I l.u.i' Wl... .ulljlll.' lip Hl.'fc. i... .Nlt.iiitinii: fur tin l'tivtlt nf (mn.i. p."ii I., ijiiuri' n'lu "I tlihiL tlit N'nutor fi in .Ntirtl I.Ic .U.M.IiHiitrf. S.'lluT Hie rl.unil'.IIH Sill A lltsr.'. uf ..I 1 .iki!H iU'iutiilnill poiImt III.' "url.l f.T pes I'lie 1'tllllslll fttllj uf itit iiiiHtH iint-niiiint nIt foiit-ri- i 'hlnu tiicl I lit tl.in npH':tr I. tin. lu.i slal 1 ..f Hi.. lnr 31 1CZZ1C .Mis Kastvr Ilanimons nf Itich fir Mini. bur., eiii. nn.l Istu.-i- . uf to ili. t'nli izvr ttmt It liitilu nioml is viiitiiiK. relatives here. In Hie uf n..lili ill.tul Mrtti'V . Mr. Ojcar Fisher left Tuexliiy for IIMiIimmU tlieii ftlniiiiit 111 III 'IL.'-- lllld.T III- l'IL'I.euf Nsll. II. Sfimtnr 'I'lu'l hoik. llmu'llll li. ..I.l uf In..!, hill. Ilarljuursville to visit relatives anil titt Uf lltihlc I ill If tl.- .lliM.-ufl. i b.- l'twii.' fllnllUt Mtlt uf lilt MlHMltllL lli r. i ('.. In:: friends. pliiu. Tl..' nr. mi..!' tun. Hull li.' utiiHi'lint'iit run) tilitT. llfMiht i Miss Hattie McQuerry left Friday !( t It tMillo Hi tltllltt IllHtlftl - It lll.ll bi'lii'lll I'l.'r ..liter IIHllnli "1. It I. ... l.'i.e. s. iu tuliik to spent a few months with friends fltlirr tlif I'rrtilt-n- t inli ut mill. CHIROPODIST lu lli ri.'i.il Msi.- 'Il. rti' l in Illinois. Mltlt tin iri'itl or Kt fiirtln-umil'l .villi n iilniilt tin ;iniiniiiMiit to tin1 iimii U.h Dry-Cur- e Mr. Bill Thompson who has been li.t v t pro- -' fill tl l'llllj .'anlilng tor pltftill.ih.. unl uiv t 11n.ll... ll.M lUll'll visiting friends at llourne has re- r.itltiii pr.inl"-.tu I'm.U funiu.l tu litid S.it" - lii tin u.ir sole-a- nd retreading-n- ot . home. turned slid urd'T iiri'l Jii.llie t.t mNmiLt-t- l tilt nf ini.-Htttollf l. 'll,-,-- . Miss Kva'fJreen uf Cartersille Hniiinr, iliunii mIht imllitito wmit.l ulikli the new iiiuieiiieiil leads." visitor of Mrs. was the week-en- d Hi' tin Sl'lllltUII Katie Thompson. liilcil nut tb:it Urt'ut Urhiilii tn nl Trees of Sorrow, n. Mr. din irut unit i uihIt Mrs. Annie Barker Thompsun, of The Ivpdau Triii uf .urnm" aie tn Jiipiiii ulilt rHhrin t i is spending a few days pl! .Bryantsville .iitl.'d liii'iitie Hiel I.I.M'iu ntily nt luiniiiiiL', lit! Kiiimi i vniii tu i.it (Will- with friends here ll tlt iiinl itiiilr tin H.ii'f , glit. 'Vhi'ii the Ilr.t star nppenr. In i .ky ibe lint miner ti"n timl ns Misses Mary and Allle Bell have liliili't tn J.i i a n. Blow-out- s. "I .' evei luc mliane.-- . inur.. and inure thai .!t.ni returned after a pleasant visit with iuitiii 4ti'M id, hurst Int.. blnom it. I I the lui.li lifOi'lf tt!li lilMlit In Ml rli A llilinill Gllcher Hotel, friends at Bryantsville. e" ni'I'i'urs lit I i.' ii.-- l il.mtr. It ili vw. ttf I tit tirlil h to iitluii l.ffnr Only a few more das in .. a d.'llcnii' (rngr.ui.'. unl unlit... I l N liit Hlli Ihim k, ' I'Iih A. T Sivtt, list your property. ' Hiinltl llml I .etit .if the eienlng prlmr..e. A tmrhi, In' ' 1. Danville, Kentucky. "Inn appn.iK lies Hie lluners he- In I. fma, .Hit In Hie ., ' f.nl" until by snnrUv I lie marriage 01 .nr. james urown ri,i llf nt a blmnn li 1W 111. and Miss .Myrtle rainier was quite a Wlint. Hun, ulll Hie UiiIImI .Siair, III th-- r AniTh'iih Rinlcs surprue to some of their friends ' but we wish them a long ami happy i men pmiHiM- - lm - in i n I fur HiU iiii'HmhI ' MXMUMtMMMMtMMM uf kllllnt; lb1 to!) TEATERSVILIX, KV. .miiii- - uf iIi.mii jf,. . L. B. CONN, I1SL ran ii a joint "" - Mr nnd Mr. Hrvan IUv and Mr. I .Mr. and Mrs. Robert l.iytun vis " """I, "f. f" .and Mrs. Toast liogers of Uncas- -' ited Mr. and Mis. J. II, I'osey Sun- iuck vn t s terf ami .nr. ami -......iijt.. imiuI u.i.I In- - lay. " , , 31 ir ii li IE and family were visitors at Sam Il.t.llnt IM'HI Ul HM' MIIII 1.11- ' Kclloyn Suhilay. Tl ut. who tnlL tliii ui iiiHii). i'i Mrs. Ilelle Snyder is with her ili'iitl' l.nt i, it Km rjiilt.n uf t'u '!. i brother, Mr. Dale Lung and family his week. mill :wlutiili:'t n ultltn iniiii lii' t nlli-i- l S l a ' i'hIh- - fr.mi tliln SeNeral from this place are in w liii li t trt';tt wnini; fium (!! im;iii Louisville this week attending the Co. .Sflilicr littu ii tin mmitiiiV iiiniitli, Slate Fair. I :i:iy ion t'l'llnn tif lUr lIlllli Milli'j inruriMiralrd Mm. Delia Scott uf Nicholusville, IiiM'hfl In ii"t"Miifu a iiru tli.it ll lii'intiiii In itnlltli tin' trrtiH is spending several days with Mrs. Manufacturers of Pcrfct-FltUni ii. of i'im .unl iru M.iry A. Sanders. t tin :u. SPECTACLES Lung and family were AND Mr. ' 'Til IN) iuii.il It ttnllM li iiiithl.il visitors D.ii Sunday of Coy S. Sanders , lliittu avui) Shilt" ft ir tin I'liilc't EYE GLASSES FARM NO. 1. Situated on the Itiihmund uud Lancaster turnpike, and contains -- 1. and family uf Lancaster (In tiihiiiitiiri mill hmillr (novnl-.Is u K'ntly rollinir farm, very fertile soil. Has dandy 10 room duelling, stock barn, tuo M I:i I til acres. Mr. and Mrs. K.ld Si'mptou and mat) It ui.nlil Ih ilUatntiu you could wish for. Well watered, has about 50 tenant houses, nnd every kind of Uixl ll'.ll'i.lll) It Until. I little sun, William N'cuton attended filll Krjptoki Artificial Ejct acres of old blue grass sod that will produce anything, und this can be subdivided into ilsii(h.tnl:o the l.cxingtcn Fail Friday jmt it u( mi fiiiii'iijiiii FARM NO. 2. and will sell you J 37 acres with all implements' excepting UK' tenant t lutislbl.. lllfocal Uiis in Hiir intiTMut I. inil 'nations m. iit hou.-e- , iii.d also A ulilj (inn mi) l.iit with ttiiiM iiatiiiits Mr. and Mrs. Klijah Mc.Milliaii and FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 acres exceHant land and very nccessable to thu pike with . little son, llolnian J., ulurli u vt.nl.l Mm tlcvrl. . V vmiM iciii.iln Imiiii.i1 tnui'll.t' !) Tlu) of Mrs. Myrtle Wearrenwere viiilur. smnll dwelling on same. Sunday. IU FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 100 yards from Uictiniond and Uincas- VI ( i 'y a few more dny in wlrtrn tr 4th Chtttnut Sta, 'er turnpike and contains 278 acres, well improved with good room dwelling, one tenant house, t I In- - (real) and i.mtiii Hit lu'iii'tlls A, '1. Smtt, (i list your property two good barns and a farm known t''" f'-ou- . n itood one and this "v'l Count; r. be LOUISVILLE, KY. Ii'.! be luw In Ink.- - rtirj ii Mill li Cf of uo priced subdivided into smaller tracts. (urrard County Tax Com. tlieiu. They would resent our il.we-lion-. TARM NO. 5. Situated on (mod pike, ne.ir schools am: chun'ies with good 8 rooi.i dwelland Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Aldridge ing, large Imrn that will house about 10 acres of tjbiu-co- . Well wntered and good fencing, cx "l lo this point, 1 liuie iliv ucil children of Lancaster were enter tellnnt land and can be bought ut a bargain pric. of SI 50.00 per acu, contains 1 G4 acres. Uj taiue.l Sunday by Mr, and Mrs, Ottn defeat uf Hie tiv.Hy tln FARM NO. 6 situated on good pike in Taint l.ick High School district, contaliib new 0 I'leai.s of proHiMi amendment "''Simpson. room bungalow and new 40x40 tobacco barn, good tenant house and stock' barn with sheds atI I'll! IS III. I ... I IMMItltllll 1IIMI lll'IH- - M This one will not be for sale many days at $225.00 per acre, cuntains only 70 acres. tached. The undersigned hereby give warn Messrs .Murray .Miller ami u ieai il... ma torn t of tin- '.imniliii'i ..1. f..r. FARM NO. 7 Situated only about 2 mile from good pike, in I'aint l.ick High School and K.irl "mg to nil persons not to trespass upon I'ifii rel.illuii.. II Is for 1I1.1I puiHise llreaildus of Chicago, district, good ft room dwelling, good stock and tobacco barn, now accommodates about ft acres of has been In. kitl up In llroaddus.uf Lancaster, were ricri t tur lamb fur any purpose whatever Him the treat tobacco, is well vatered and will show you the best farm crops in the vicinity. This farm is cold fcliirngf fur sn 1111111 'I liu risitnrs of Mr. Angle Sanders, priced right at $150.00 per acre and only contains 101 acres. is wo will prosecute nil offenders to ciieiule' of Ibe l'.igue of N'atluiiM la r, fullest extent of the law. FARM NO. 8 Situated on good pike has over $15,000.00 of improvements equipped juu Mr. und Mrs. John lloberts. and tin Seiuili' are not inniu iiuiipiieil lu like you want it far big farming enterprize. Is now making more money for the Investment than .Miss Ilfulah of Litib- - er u,'l fishermen especially take III frlellll., but III.' I'uullul Hi. . any farm in the country. Located only '! 4 miles from town. Will show you the best crop uf Hickman were recent visitors' uf notice. They hale fell Ju.litlfil In r Over ')00 acres of this one in grass and 150 to 200 acres tobacco In the vicinity anywhere. r Corn Phillips, U. L. Elkin, ready to cultivate this next year. A bargain without a doubt has nearly a mile pike front. Can tnliilng the treaty In the rniiinilltee, .Mrs. Mary A. Sunders and family. I)anle1'' , be bought at $105.00 per acre, worth $200 per acre. linldliig N bearliiifs and iii'iklui; Me. rsjimilie Hill und Clyde San- killing iiiiienilmeiil with Ibe fufl ders nn.l Miss Let me sell Jou u farm 6r sell your farm for you. Uy Sanders fV ' Arnol' 'ra,, J- klliinledne Ihul IlllielldlueiiU Wlllll.t .pent the week-enat .Frankfort the,? beat Ibe treaty Just as effe. It el) us a H wlnUtham. guest, of .Mis. Iteia Ilay Manford. I rclu.il tu ratify, Ktld und N, H, l'rico. ,, , ., , " 1 f.w. A ery few, isHii iiors h .nr. unu irs. iiiueii uoover anil g C.' Itlgsby il.'i'lnred that lb- - wutihl vit aialn-.- ! little duUL'hter Willie Ili'lLi Mr. .',...) ' 0. M. Anderson. , PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. bei'illl..' nf I lie ld'S(iie ut Mrs. Steve Hill, .Mr. Angle Sanders the Ill-il- l' It. I. Darker .S'allniis, lull It lias reiiialiied for Hie anil s'.iter, Miss I'eacliie .Mac, ut. B. U Kelley. liens. or from renin) liuulu (Jlr.)Kuo tended the Lexington Fuir Thursday. J. C. Itlcsby. CmehrmolJevery S WnMiIimttin tlint utty iiiiMMhlniiMit ! ill most CAMELS are thePut allrefreshing, satisfying cigarette you your cigarette desires in a bunch, s Senator Hiii nnd al.ui.luii uiir ' . Jl-:- il I , ri i .'il l.ni. r.'l.'..' ..iir frleml iiji'."l Hi. li fn.in nil nitiiii4 r piirilluiu.. Inn In' InTiiin'K' f Ihili'iiiiiltl.". and f NEW FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For iit j'' STOCK FARM ir.i. l.r..l T ir leavelu Dr. nr lave Tour Tires Retreaded Vulcanizing tnr J. W. WEBER We use the cess of can half rebuild a tire at less than half price. ltiit FOOT DOCTOR 3500 MILES GUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on make of tire. "Phone 798. Any trtt The Danville Buick Go """",""' ...!.r,. ,rtiil, hiiT .. Walnut Street. ifn Propietor. Danville, Kentucky.' ir ' 3i ,,Hf .... Farm BarcTains 't I Southern Optical 0 7 POSTED "jy. .'e. lli!e . .. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept HARROWS, BROWN WAGON, MOWERS, P1TLESS -- 1 1 , 1919 -AI Leavell Ceo. II. Jennings Mis. Hurry Tomllnson Is visiting cr parents, Mr. and Mr. Vnlli, In t nniobells.vlllo. .Mr. nnil Mrs. V. UNREDEEMED LAND TO 3a 1 EXTRAVAGANT By ANNA L. FINN. SCALES, CULTIPACKERS,1; CUTTER I Lear ..ire scvernl days nt Dry Ridge A. ear Cincinnati. MANURE SPREADER. SILAGE PRICES SURPRISING i i Mr. Robinson Oook lcnvos Sund.ty lit! will re sume hi studies. for Amci lown, where J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. Miss Tanna Thompson of Crab Orchard is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Ilnyden Leavell. Mrs. Lewis llamsey, of Nashville, Teuti., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles linnkin near Crab Orchard, Gossip About People g 1 ll.l.l Uidlu f Ik CmIm. iiuf doings by ThoM Wl Art Inttriift d In. Mrs. Charles Hankin was culled to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill and Mrs. Somerset hy the illness of her mothI.iziie Wnlker left Wednesday for er .Mrs. Hen Haiiiiu. Tuscola, Illinois, to visit relatives. Mr. W. (.'. Davis, our efficient, Mrs. Mr and Hu'.de.i tailor, has returned from a visit to hne returneil fi " . .1 viil to ,Mr his son in Indianapolis, Indiana. nnd Mrs, i!. L' I .irhes in I.mtt.vi i. Mr. and Mrs. Ilnidui Leavell and Mr, ami Mrs. Itandolph Harris Miss Tanna Thompson spent .Sunday have returned from a visit to Mr. with Mr. and Mrs..M. T. Minor, near and Mrs. It. II. Irvine in Louisville. Dmville. Mr. ii visit Mrr. M. K Titehenor. of Louisand Mrs. Harold Oldham. of Richmond, have liecn guests of Mr, ville, spent several dayr this week with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. (). Miss Marilee Lear i the attractive rhtham's mother, Mrs. C. A. Arnoll. Colliligs, on Stanford Avenue. guest of friends In Danville. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Joe Walker Jr , left Dr. A. .1. Stenier, of Ante, Iowa Mr. Joe West tins cone for nn in- today for a two weeks visit to Mr spoil the week end with his friend. tended stay in Tulsa Oklahoma. ami Mm. Will Walker in Mili;mi. Mr. Kohinson Cook. Dr. .Sun'.'r Mr. Jiirk lllntt has rcturni'il frum to Lmiisvilli'. .Mr. John M. Farra has returned Miss Lena Height and Mr. G.iyle has accepted a chair in the State from n business trip tu Louisville. Duty have returned from a two tlilvernlty, Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge F. Hatcher Miss Annie Jones, of Winchester, weeks visit to relatives near CinOhio, left this week for Akron is the guest of Miss Mildred Rcazlcy. cinnati. Mr. Hatch-i- r where they will rwidc. Miss Van (ireenhaf and little Ml. Mr. Will Cook hat Irten spending ha a good position there and we it few ) in Cincinnati on Lulnes. Margaret Grisvnlcnf, of Richmond, know he will make sri! in his new Mrs. Kmm.i home. haw been visiting .Mr J. E. Stornies has returned KaulTman. from a few ilnya viit In Louisville. Courtney, Marvin aim II: . Oirell. Mines Margaret Cook, Margaret Jr., who have heen -- pendire' the Mrs Ethci Drrnrli. ami Mm Bit-li- e Sharks, Menrs Vol and Itohinson summer with their West wr ruecnt giienH in Unr I. niik attended a dame in rrHnkli.lt 'Mrs. W. A. Price, hnv itturned to ein. Monday evi ning. ijilisville. Master Jo. in Orrell will Mh Margaret Cook will enter h. remain here with his gland-motheTurley, Messrs and aunt. Miss Iavy Dunn Miss Klualieth C. W . Danville, for the ensuing Lurien llurnnni and Curtis Park, of year. Mr. and Mrs. lUclmrd Pettus of Richmond, were guests of Mls Klizn-hetMrs. I). Gullcy j vt.itinc her (iildis Sunrfa). have Prenehersville, rented their daughter. Mm. Ike liunn. in Lexfarm for the ensuing year and plan Mrs Hid Robinson and Miss Helen, Ito spend the time in leisurely travel ington. Itohinson have returned from a visit jfor the benefit of Mr Pettus' health. Baughmaii of Dan- to Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Mr. Henry in 'They Mill leave for Florida in the ville was a visitor in Ijinraster last Columhus, Mississippi. autumn for their first stop. Sunday. Mrs. Wade Wnlker, of I.oe.ifMile. Miss Jennie Washhurn who was .Mr. ami Mrs. Clay Sutton hae re. the week end guest of her sister, who is visiting Mis. Robert Wnlkjr turoeil from a few days stay mi Mrs. Johnson l'rice and Mr. l'rice, and other relnti.es at Paint 1. Uiuisville. was a recent guest of .Mrs. Fannie left Monday for her home. Walker. Mrs. Walk, r is rece ving Mr. ami Mr. Clay Sutton are .dm. Sharp of Shurpshurg and congratulations upon her hr.nibcme pcndlnE several (Jays at Crab Miss Susie Thomas, of Springfield, j twin grandsons rermtly arr.ved n; Spring. are guests of l!ev. and Mrs. Harry the home of Dr. Franklin Walker of Mr. anil Mr. W. t). Gnodloc have HuiMon, on Maple Avinuc. LouisvilK1. returneil from a visit to relatives in Jin, Kthel v'i:.t Ihrnold who bar .Mrs. George Smith, Jr., had for Asheville N. C. heel, spending the summer in Ijiii-cast- ir vuests for seei.il days her sister Miss Margaret Shank of Stanias vtm t Ciuada uher' Mrs. Anna i). in. .ill I. Ilougle. S, .i ford, spent the week-enwith Miss she will teach in the School for the ry of Ham'l'.in ''"'lege. 1. :t Margaret Cook. Dial ion, and cousin Mi- - Anna S.luli'il-Kennedy- , of CiiUle. .Mi. Mary Arnold left this week Miss M; and Mrs. Ilerhert l'rice and has t welcomed hor. her will ilnughters, Vesta and Jane, of Danfor Chattanooga where she son, a young ntTieer if Kncineeri'ip spend the winter. ville, have heen recent guests of and Miss Jeanie from oere.is. Mr. lain llourne Is spending a few Mrs. D M. Iickey. 'The many friends of Mrs. Fannie djya in Louisville this week ami atWalker are sorry that she Mill leave tending the Fair. Miss Alhe Dunn has gone to Danin October for Smithtield, Ky, to '. Mr and Mr 1. West nnd ville for a few ilajs visit hefore Be- reside to be near her son and daughing to Charlotte N, C, where she .Mitt Hcttic West have returned frcm ter, Mr. John Walker and Mrs. .Mawill All the Latin chair in the Queens a trip to Louisville. rgaret CalloMiiy. In losing this College. most estimable lady, whom it is a .Miss Mildred lleattey has returned liar-topleasure to know, to another town Mrs. M. II. Mnhry and son, from a visit to relatives in Leing-to- n the summer one wishes for her much happiness who have heen slid Winchester. guests of her sister, Mrs. Johnson III her new muM-ineuMr. and Mrs. Ilert Brnylield have l'rice and Mr. Price, have returned taken rooms at Mrs. Kmma Kuulf-nim- 's to their home in Florida, on Danville street. .Miss Margaret Morrow, who has Mr. J. W, Klmore has rrturi.nl been spending the summer with her, UuDt't 8W. formarl Mlltvi 8uDi'j,Car la pttlifty com from Louisville where he attendeed parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. W Mor-- i pound! for U trcuarnt of tho Hankers Association. Web. Crttn, Klnr worm, and row, will leave Friday for Columhus Teller, o4 la aold by tba dnif Ohio, where she will again teach in on tba aUlel ruraota hmt rttt parcbaaa prtea, r.Mrs. U. I). Simpson and Mrs. Kph tb 75c. will ba School for the Deaf. Irrown and Mr. Harry Ituiney were the fironptly refuadM to any dluav Try llnai'aHaira t our riak. for mi IocaUi b vsitors in Lexington Tuesday, Wilder Mr and Mrs. Clarence SIORMF.S DRUG STORE. returned from u delightful r.Messrs William Kinnaird, Hudson have days visit with her sister, Mrs. Krishie and Georgu Swinebroud will ten William White, in Indianapolis, undj MICKIE SAYS nttenil Centre College this year. are happily domiciled with Mrs. Ida Miss Allie Amell left Muid.iy Tinsley, on Stanford Avenue. .firings CVcrad.i. for Colotndo to Mrs. Mary Jones was called WMT 'tHX where she will to.ich in the Sc. ml Louisville Monday by the critical illevj'r.4oon m 1 ftr the Dcnf. ness of her daughter, Mrs. W. C. TON4 KHONNS ABOUT T? SftN.I ' Miss Marg.itet Cook has returned MrF.lhannun, who remins quite ill of I VJH6.T CO NA, Latest reports from from Flemlnirshurg where sue was typhoid fever. ftslNVC Mt'RS. n niemher of MI1 Cnrolyn Phillips her bedside say she is slightly imGtTttM' OUT - ( proved. home part ' r mm (:) I I M.USXOF COST. C3-- 0 REGARDLESS Mens, Boys, Ladies, Misses and Childrens White Canvas (!) (l) i I if SHOES and OXFORDS iji Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. N mm:m 'umki. iMuirt "liiili Is aluas talking lltiollt the delii loin pies ami rnkes Ills mother miikc," Jean Wlnsion niitiilit In her motlier, at I In- - same limit giving nil e ndmlrliig glance at the beautiful whlili inliirii.il lier third linger. "Voil see," she eiititluiieil, "lie Miinla me to knnM that I Mlll hate to be III"'" proflrlont lii tin- - culinary art to niinpctn nlth her." Jlr. Winston smlleil nt Iht il.iusli-ter- " simplicity. "Will. wh ilon't Joii tu what joii eiiii do, Jean?" lior ho r filled, "lie ilne.su't klioM' that vim hae been Inking a eoiire In silence and are nli'eiitly qnte pnil.elent. Wh) not surprise hlmV That's a perfitl splendid Idea, mutiislo." Jean eM lallni d. "Hob l lomliig to illtnier loidulit anil I'll miike the most I'lahorate lake Imiigliiiihle. It Milt surely rival untitling Mhlili Mr. Unpen eier made." S.i donning the largest iipmn nialt-ablJimii et ii I hi I Iht luk. Tine to Iht iliKlri". the cake Mas Indeed an etahiinito affair, for eer' kimMn Ingredient neeenr' to the making of u pel feet cake Mas n- -i d liy Jean. "There." she velalineil. ns h" iidiulr-Ingl(nit the tli.l-hlloiiilii s tu the ilalnl) pink ami Mhile iM-- . t,g. "If that doi'sll't bent Itoli'ii ino'lier's enkes than I'm greatly mlitaken." She miis tllli' beside herself, for the eake was n Erimd siiiitss and one of Mhlch any Magisterial District No. I gill might well he proud. She eoilld (For The Yeur 1013) plilnro Hull iiinnihlng a piece of Ihe 1 tiNithsiiine dainty. "Won't he he siir-irs- Julia Hlack a $184.108.40.206 and dellshteil," she tlnnit:'it. So Magisterial District No 4. the uike a put away for sale keep- Kuimett llruek 30 n IS. 1.1 ing and Jean priiceiihi! to be.sy her- Ivn Hrock 15 a I.42 self illiiMIt the hollie. 30 n 22.C0 William Ilyrd The da) iasei very quickly and. 1 14.111 a Alex Lamb glum Ins at the clock, she renllrcil that 1.1 a 16.4.1 she hud jiit aliout an hour In Mhlch Ed Parker to dress fur dinner. tniinlng her fa Mrs. Jennie Wilburn ..21 a 10.24 12.30 orlte Mile froi k, she .Mis liliotlt to Charley Young n. r. -- .15 a priH-ti'18.44 Id a il.iwn stairs when suddenly Abe Faulkner col -10.4.1 he Imi'iiiii,' aware of the fact that Will Faulkner n. r 2n Hi. my ring! something miis missing. "I 18.8.1 Hob ttilli.pic, col 20 a Whole ciiiiM I h.iM' f l t It?" she Ia 11.8.1 Ceo. Hutchinson After a lery careful s,nrrh Sim Kennedy col 14.01 a .t of her fmorlte hiding phoes she failed Kd Kennedy 1 1.1)1 I a col to tlnd mi) true,' of the lo- -t treasure. Magisterial Diltric! No. t Sunn she had the whole household (For The Yeur 1014) iransformeil Into a earihlng party, 1 a ill. .01 hut nil without :i h II. The ring could Julia Black 23.01 lot not he found, Faulkner Bros, col "till, Mhat shall I doV hemnulieil Mafiiterial District No.2 1 lean, "I ean neer tell Hoh I have H. Caldwell col a 13.0S lost It; he Mould think' It mi careless John .Mullms col 12.85 I had It this mornof me. I'm sure Magisterial District No. 3 ing." she contlniiisl. "Hut In my fool. J. W. Fothergill 3.1 a 43.75 sh pride ami ovdtement omt that Magisterial District No. 4 horrid eake I lost It. I Just hate the 1 8.0.1 Fred Huford col old inke Hull !" I 14.05 All, of lolirse, Mele 111 sylilptithy Ceo Hutchinson col u 15.04 Mltli her; but Mhen one has lost her I'mmett Brock a 10.07 treasured engagement ring It Is b.ird lira Brock 10 a 12.R.1 to be consoled. Sam Homes 17.5,1 In due course of time Hoh arrived, 'Sam Lamb a ami to all nututird appearances Jean Mrs. Lucy Parker . 15 a R.95 nan Immensely happy, "What If he Wm. Faulkner col 2a 14.35 should iiil-- s It from my linger," she Will Faulkner col 1 14.3,1 a het soliloquized. The thought caii-e- il Magisterial District No. some concern, but she quietly dis(For The Year 11115) missed It, Imping against hope that 1.1 a .Mrs Lucy Parker 7.40 such a thing Mould not come to pn. 10.84 The dinner progressed very favor-aid- ), Kobinson & Itohinson. 50 a 1 a 7.10 and finally the cake vvni drought Kd Williams n.r. . as greatly Impressed Todd & Son 20 a 7.40 forth. Huh appearance, and Sam Lamb mIIIi Its tempting 8.43 ....2.1 a Jean promptly explained that she had Iva Brock 15 a 12.48 made It espiilally for hlui and A. C. Alma n.r. 20.81 227 a the hope that he Mould like It. Sam Holmes -- .10 11.55 a He miis, of iinire, anxious to sample 21.35 Jean's i king and n very generous Faulkner Bros (For The Year 1915) portion was served him. Magisterial District No.l .lean was quite elated, and was 22.44 Mulling anxiously for the words of Lewis Ynntis 7.8,1 lot pnilse wlili h she knew she 'was sure Annie Hiatt Magisterial District No.2 to lecelve. tirent was her surprise, however, as she stained up at Hoh Will Carnett heirs 1 a $ O.tS to see a distressed look on his face. Magisterial District No.3 Is there Lucy King' "Why, what's the trouhlej 18 a 14.05 an) thing the matter with the cake?" W. Calebs 03 a 170.8.1 All ejes jG. .Ii'un anxiously Inquired. Magisterial District No. 4 were Immediately on Huh. 1 11.24 "Oh, no, not at all," he assurisl In r. Jonas Leavell 20 a 12.03 "Only I struck something rather hard," Enunctt Brock 50 ii 14.00 and presently he drew forth a portion CulcU llpock -2.1.17 Isaac Ivelly 25 a of the cake in vvhlill vvas Imliedded 1 nothing less than Jean's i licrMicd Wm. Faulkner col 12.1)5 n ring. Poor Hoh; he looked both hi)s-tllii- ' Clay Iturnside 1a 10.4.1 and eiiiharrus.seil. Hut Jean nt Herbert Mitchell 1 11.8,1 u situation, once cleared up the "ilh. (Fir The Yntr 1010) my precious ring!" she rupiuioiisly Magisterial District No.l exclaimed, "Why, how did It ever get S 8.04 Bright Burdctt 2u Into Hint cakej" Instantly she 'Jlots 25.87 removing It from her'lliuer Lewis Faulkner 7.60 hefore commencing to bale the Annie Hiatt ....lot lot 7.04 cake, and cnmludcd that In some N.Tthn KnvEnau::h Magisterial District No. 2 wa) It must have dropped lino the mixture, W. It. Nelson heirs ...35 a 27.03 (rent mirth followed and Jean Joined W. It, Shanks 1 a 9.45 Ihe tuerrltmiit. as she ivulliod her ter- Almeria Klmore col... .1 a 13,1ii rible blunder, despite her olTorls lodlv Magisterial District No.3 play her tulenls In the iiII Iiium rliltit Wootson Burton a 7.50 line. 27.01) 21 n It. Long "Hut It wasn't siiih a Imd inke after IJ. Magisterial District No. 4 all, was It, I'.nlil" she fondly Inqulrisl, 227 u 23.85 after the inerrlmeut hull subsided A. C. Alny n.r. 20 a 7.05 "Well. I should say not." he replied! Emmett Ilrock 50 a 8.75 "It was II perfect Jewel of n cake, hut," Caleb Brock you will have Jess Ilrock he continued. "I'm afraid 25 a 7.03 find a innri' economical recipe be- J. M. Holman to 15 u 8.75 fore wh are married, because my sal- Sam Holman 10 u 7.25 ary would never warrant diamond 8.C5 u Frank Hopkins flavored cakes." 100 a 8.75 iCcpyrtslit. 151.' by Hm MiClur. N.s Dr. Letcher 12 u 15.48 Elizabeth Martin pjper ri) nillcalt.I 15 a 7.50 Lucy Parker 50 a 7.15 Llsh Shelton Turns. 1 quite undeistum) Ed Williams u 7.5C this bill ) on tent me." 28 a 7.05 M. K. Wills "Weill'' . 1a 7.50 Dill Faulkner 'Profet-slon- ul "You have one Item here, 32a 8.75 Abe Faulkner Thut's clear services, J.V 2u 10.15 Jane Faulkner.. e cough. Hut what' tld other charge, 2u 8.75 Will Harris 'Heading matter, 35 centsV Is that 20 a 10.48 Edleth Faulkner war taxi" 26 a 17.15 "No. That's to repay me for the Iilah Kelly 1a 8.71 macatlno you curried off whe.n you left Jonah Leavell (For The It" 17) Magisterial District No. 1 Bright ..Burdctt . .1.8 1 lot 7.33 In nccordancc with the laws of the .Martha Kavanatigh lot !.H state now in full force, I will sell nt I.Mattic Salter Magisterial District No. 2 jublic rnle to the highest nnd best 8.1.1 In bidder, the following described prop- W'm. Segar Magisterial District No. 3 erly, or so much thereof as to pay the il.Hr, n tn.t, cost and penalties now due the Wootson Burton . Magisterial District No. 4 State of Kentucky and County of 1 n rt.43 Cnrrard, by the parties hereinafter Mary .Mitchell col A. C. Alma n.r 227 a 2 2.17 mentioned. S.1S 50 a This sale will take plare nt the door Curio Brock ' 1( i i.3." of the (inrrard County Court House, Jms llrnck . 0 14 .. .100 a In ljinenster, Ky., on Tuesday, Sep-- I John Brock I' 1. n temher 10th, I9IH, at I o'clock p. m. Cam Helton e- 13 .15 a nnd will continue thereafter without J. M. Holman 1 15 10 a Sam Hohnnn further notice. 25 a 8.18 DccAs with Fee Simple Title will trunk Hopkins 1 7 20 be given the highest nnd best bidder, John Iiogcrs 50 a Lish Shelton s.II AND NOT ANY OF THE PROPER 1a V.20 TY WILL BH SUBJECT TO RE- Kd Williams n.r. I Hill 1u Faulkner 7.48 DEMPTION THEREAFTER. !t.3:t Any parties desiring final opportu- 'Jumes Faulkner heirs. 2 n ' 2a 7.48 nity to redeem their property can do Bill Harris n 7.48 so by writing me nt my office in j Arch Knvanaugh col 2 1 .1,75 20 n (ireenville, Ky., on any day previous Isaiah Kelly col 7.4)1 to the date of this sale, viz., or by 'Jona Leavell col.. 1n 7.48 mailing to me, nt (Ireenville, Ky., by A1 Leavell 1a 7.24 registered mail, check or money or- - I Herbert Mitchell der for amount hereinafter set out, giving correct post office address for 3patmcdlc Sermon. Next to the Moimin who will slap n receipt to be returned, and the lien l.uhy. the must disgusting creature Is will be properly rclened of record. ) tin- - one who will talk baby talk to a Very rcsroctfully jours, Jog. Indianapolis Star. W. II. GRAY. Revenue Agent for State at Larite. BE SOLD FOR TAXES. .In Year J.I I i) !n ... ..In 5 jaot'iw Kotjat.HcttiiWWJOooar! Classified Column RATES i t IS Single insertions lc a word No r.d taken for less than 20c in this column, No nils in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. FOH IiKNT Unfurnished room. Mrs. J. II. Mount. FOP. SAI.i: sticks. -- lower Tol-acc- t. .'1000 Sr! . S S. Lumber Co. la gentle harness A FOB SALE mare and a good phaeton. It. E. Mcltoherts. FOB SALE Good brood marc, with mule colt by side. V. B. Moss. ......30 ......15 .........2.1 la la FOlt SALE: Eight horse power gas engine and No. 11 Blizzard in gooil repair. Mrs. C. A. Robinson. Lancaster LOST Between and Buckeye, a safety Automobile crank for Ford car. Return to this office, lt-pE1 Dailey. J. M. Metcnlf, Surveyer, 25 ycers experience. Blue prints furnished. All calls answered promptly. 185, Stanford, Ky. Thonc ...... .......lot FODDER TO CUT ON SHARES. Pike Richmond Frazee Farm, Fisher Herring. Field, See or call ll-.1- t. Phone 353. WANTED TO EXCHANGE town .........lot property for a small farm. This property has a lot of good fruit trees Call on nnd out buildings. I. P. Thompson, Lancaster, FOlt SALE A K. few registered ....... yearling bull calves. Beady for service. Also 300 busbe's of Harvest King seed wheat. Harry Frye, Habblj, Ky Aberdeen-Angu- s FOR SALE Oil TRADE rOIt A 12 lorse power InterFORD CAR: national Gas Engine, mounted or, tiuck. This iiigino is good as new cud will be sold at a hargaiit. Will itogeis, liuena Vista, Ky, 8- -1 Forty-seve- ... ... n S .title Tiic-- e two rams ii'in are er.'ia good in quality and age. Also a Six Iloro power Fairbanks and Mono gasoline engine; IJoss Cutter, Willi all belts nnd itafts, practically :m.e W H. Hurt jit, l.iincf:t". Kv tf 1'OK SALE: down evei and Wanted 200 acre farm, for one or two good years. Dwelling must lx Write Box 327, Richmond Ky. 9- - tl-2- t, Sale. The home of Mrs. Charles R. McDowell and the vacant lot on Maple Avenue, will be sold at auction in Danville at two o'clock P. M., Sep11-- 1 tember 17th. ......25 JWorm Notice. By mutual agreement of all the stockholders the Rex Garage Company a corporation doing business in Lancaster, Ky., will dissolve on Aug. 10th, 191.1, and proceed to wind up its business. W. F. Champ. ....... Affu.-Hlriulnhii- iii I Jto - The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Sept II 1919. r " r "' "''Z i HOM E AT LUCKY AUCTION The The TER, SdiiiiB STRI KE CIGARETTE the flavor the wholesome taste of Kentucky Burley tobacco. Why do so many "regular men" buy Lucky Strike cigarettes? They buy them for the special flavor of the toasted Burley tobacco. There's the big reason it's toasted, and real Burley. Make Lucky Strike your cigarette. J.ET a package today. No-tic- e Kinnsin! Place and Home Anderson KY., Brothers BOTH ON DANVILLE ST., LANCAS- It's Roasted bv Saturday, Sept 20 2:30 P.M., BUENA VISTA. 3tY F. A. Janes of New York is Mr the guest of Mrs. Wm. Jennings. Mr. Herbert Hrooks anil daughter, Kilna Mac, have been ill for the oust v eek, .Mis IO THIS IS YOUR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO BUY EITHER OF THESE GRAND OLD HOMES AT PUBLIC OUTCRY. i. ANDERSON PROPERTY. Now owned and occupied by Simon and Richard Anderson located just beyond the city limits, is just the place you are looking for: consisting of two acres of fertile land with a double lot frontage, 5 large room house, lights and water, beautiful shade trees, similar property on this street is always in demand. Look it over; you can do extensive gardening or poultry raising here. Immediately after this sale will sell the KINNAIRD PLACE. Georgia s with her brothers, Dunn of Lexington Messrs Hen anil James Dunn. .Mr ami Mrs. Sam Duncan were in Nicholasvillc last week to attend tr.e funeral of a relative. Only a few more days in which to A T Swot. list your property, (inrranl County Tax Com Mr. John I. Naylur left Saturday for Mississippi where he will vi.it his brother, Mr. Wm. Navlor Mr. and Mrs. John W Scott of Mercer Co., were truest! of Mr. !u Scott and family last week. .Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lane and to (Icorgc-tow- n .Mrs. (!. II. I.ane went lust week to visit Mis Margnr-e- t Haekley. .Mr. I X. llruner and Mrs. Klla-bet- h Hurgess were married at the home of Itev. (i. N. Young in Nich- olasville last Thursday evening t The popular copule is Kindly welcomed here where they will iro to I housekeeping at the farm recently I purchased from .Mr. Ford. Among those from here who attended the l.exiiig'.3ii Fair last week I were Misses Susie and I.ucy Jen nings, .Mr. and .Mrs. W. I'.. Ituhl Mr. und .Mrs. I.. N. ltuble. Mr. anil Mrs. A. J. Hack .Messrs Tom T. S. I'oore, Welhurn I'oore, Iteuben Nuvlor, George T Naylor, Fletcher Scott and Chas lon. cream suppers given by the ladies working society in recent years was given at Mason last Friday evening with a large crowd in attendance. The weather was Ideal, the moon was lovely and the cakes delightful, not by the a bad one, as reported "cake euttir" All the young folks hud a must enjoyable time Scleral du)S sinre some of the boys cf Hire Academy plated hookey from school and made a raid on Mr Hlanks melon patch On the sec ond day the owner of the patch caught them in the midst of their feast and gave them fume straight talk The) armed home as from vhool with the parents none the WIMT. m rwr Br'jsis: W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Oflice I'liunr US. hlGNbl Embalmer. Kentucky. Resident r I'liolie X, Director and V Now we have said it all and for always: Never before was this grand and handsome old estate put under the hammer. Due to the higher costs of material and labor only the Rich can build such houses today. Consists of Library, Parlor, Dining room, Breakfast room, Kitchen, Front Hall, Back porch and pantry, first floor: 4 bed rooms, and sleeping porch, bath 'and hall, second floor; and large dry basement storage for fuel. All necessary wash and rooms, provision house, cellar and cistern. This property fronts about 150 feet on Danville Street, has a natural and gradual drainage, some fruit trees, shrubbery and a VARIETY of the stately old shade trees, all about such as Elm, Oak, Pine, Maple and Pecans, such , as only time, expense and care in the extreme can produce. All buildings are in first class condition and newly painted. The owners and occupants, Misses Kinnaird will take pleasure in showing you over the property. Don't fail to look these propositions over before day of sale, cities and towns are made up of "Houses and lots" "For Sale or for Rent" but such places as these are seldom offered for either. out-buildin- t I . I ts not a pipe fats Ti nace with the pipes Jelt Off. Neither U It an experiment, hastily pu Whether to meet a demand. It b ipfclftll designed to beet homes. church, stores, factories. tie., more uniformly, economically satisfactorily than tkr h vr hmn hMt4 hf tbr inUmi. hn. MAKKSHIUO l (1 thru worki TU CAIX)IUC Kturv't own Uw of circulation br X I I I bandred to right handred degraaa. ran Ilea, la kept In which no para and healthful. j Tha CALORIC li rurantead If tha oldest and largtat maaufactarera of warm air beating ystatnt In tba Ualled Slatea, Ym taka no chancel CALOKIC. i wbea you bur air. paaalng thra beat of from tbraa tim Itaeir, $ tbla clrrviatlac warm rm (I 1 TERMS announced at Sale. MUSIC by Brass Band. D. Col. I. M. DUNN Auctioneer. i THOMAS 90 KM. ESTATE Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Ollie Dunn of Uincasler has been visiting Mr. Gordon Doty. .Miss Annie lllanks has returned from n visit to relatives at Hubble. .Miss Margaret Doty left last week to enter K. F. 0. S. at Midwuy Ky. ir .Mrs. Ilnwkini of Louisville spending several weeks with Mrs. II. A. Dawes who has Mr. W. D. Murksbury been very ill seems to be some better nt this time. Mr. 11. K. S i uke and family wtie. visitors at the homo of Mr. John Collier of F.ust Lancaster Sunday I'n.y a few ,i (.ie da in whim to A. T Hio't, litt your property. (iarrard County Tax Com. A number from here went t Ilryantsvillv to hear Col. Ham lecture Sunday nfternoon mid enjoyed I I it very much. Mrs. Owen Moreljinl has received Cold Warm air Ir rurrrnU. air fatU. Warm air and told air lh latn itaca at cannot occur tta umi tlroc. BCne-t- t rl. ' I TUB SECRET volum that tha th inn warm air U t'umiwtl up loto tha houe, an rquil amount f coM air U drawn Into tha furnace, whr It b healed. moUtcntd by tha aior . and from tha two gallon water thn recirculated lb rough tha nv II fter. ThU cntinuea a4 lumr aa tba fira burnt. Tbui ther U a ronitant clrrula-tlo- a moUlatied warm of ir. Jut a runnintf water buri your praaant beating arrangttnanL No bolca knocked In your walls, no plpea. cellar full of Tba Calorie require but ana rtg bter nod vccuplaa littla tpaca. It burnt any fuel, and needs hardly Kth rd eaeier. as there la no muss front carrying In coal and carrying out a bet no smoke, gaa or toot. F EJltnlnatea nra danger im incraaaaa . la ana day. without Interruption of Whether oor booaa la old er new, tha Calorta It oaally Installed i ri I I I I I prmr III HASELDEN BROTH KRS. ' Umi VOSITOS llOVt 4 1 lout visit us aua we wm gladly ply full Information without U vMicftUAtf you to buy. VU4 S0r CO, OvIauH. out " 1 ..... .111.1, i.i..,i ..!,.. ,., ,iw. I'...,.-:- .. ,1, .IV U..U, It I V'tl - ' i mil contest tor tne uett cooking recipe, on the various dishes offered. She Ins been so successful she will enter Hgain this week, having the lirst priie each time. ice One of the most lucrative COME in and let us thowyou! The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 1 1 . 1 9i9 241 LINCOLU 1 Acres COUNTY LAND Not 16 cents At AUCTION, Tuesday, Sept 23rd 10 O'CLOCK. or 17 cent But 15 cenU 'f mile CRAB ORCRARD on Stanford pike, 8 miles Stanford. 6 Room Cottage, Tobacco Barn, Stock Barn, other out buildings. Beautiful yard and shade. 2 acres in tobacco, very fine. 40 acres in corn, 30 acres meadow, 90 acres wheat stubble, balance in grass. 1 mile of frontage on pike. Watered by 4 everlasting springs. Timber is locust, wild cherry and Black Walnut. Land level and gently rolling. A Tractor Farm. This farm will sell worth the money, and Remember we "ALWAYS SELL." Look over this farm carefully. WE WANT YOU TO SEE ALL OF IT then you will bid. Known as the Steele or Montgomery Farm . Will be subdivided and SOLD in three tracts. You can buy the size farm you want, large or small. For further particulars see the owners on the farm, or i'A Atil SIhI What's the usejolks What's theUse! Tobacco that take honest-to-Jogrew for us all and then "spill the beans" by messing it up with lolly pops? WHY hn Velvet isn't fooled with that way. since it was Velvet has just naturally relied on Nature knee-hig- h to a grasshopper. won- First off, it was bred in old Kentucky, derland of Tobacco. Next come, it was cured in the open air, right out with the good ole sunshine. Yes sir. was THEN it years, gentled italong while just by its Jonesorne kind of thought things over and decided to have no bad qualities. I SWIKEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN or W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Dplian Mia First Translation of Bible. f.lu Winn Uh- - West Indian illy nf Si J Tin llr.t tritntnf Ion nr ni.v tmrt nf tin- - Willi- n Hint hy lUili. nf tl I'lcrrr ns Nlelncil by Hie rmptlnn !! of .Mont IVIre )cnr ncn till It" I'nurth Ckh'I, In T.r. Tin- - llrt rum- .lct trmilnll.ii wn Hint nf Wjcllffe except mih llivlr lli-- . Inhabitant' Tin- - Mil' Ktirthnr win n prlxinrr In nn nt out I.W. l.nttii r win not iMirn mi til mi umlrrcriMit"! ilinc-"ii- . i After these two years in wooden hogsheads it was packed in the jolly red tin you see everywhere, if you're not color blind and we hope you're not As Velvet Joe says: lt , DO NOT DRENCH HORSES FOR COLIC It i dangerous. Use the modern inrthoil. KARRIS COLIC KK.MKDY Drop it on the hnnc's tongue. One dose u.unlly cures. Founder never results, (lit it today. V. A. DICKKKSO.V. Lanca.ter Ky "The way Nature does things is best for man and his tobacco. You can 't fool Nature an ' she won 't fool you. " FIFTEEN cents seems a pickayune price, after all that? Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR Can you think, right off, of anything more or better for a dime and a nickel? And for cigarette smokers there are 45 mellow in every Velvet tin. Velvet sure will be right glad to meet you this very day. ciga-rettef- uls --the friendly tobacco Mr. nnd Mrs. Kverctt Duncan at- KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. PLEASANT HILL. un-.Mrs. r.nzu .Mc.Miiimn son, Ilolniun, spent Monday with her Miss Alice Kay Is visiting relatives parents, Mr. uml Mrs. John Kay. on Danville pike. Misses l.idn .Mae and Nelle Itny Mr. and .Mrs. hirtiy Teutcr at have returned home from u visit to tended the l.exiugton Kulr lust week. their brother, Mr. Itoyston Ray, Miss Ivn Dell Montgomery WUs a Only a few more days in which to isitor of Mrs. Hill Whittakcr last list your property. A. V. Scat. w cek. , (iarrnrd County Tax Com. .exingt on Mrs. Chester Moreo Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Metculf uml has been visltlntr Mr. John Morse family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Turner uml family. have been visitors of their parents, Mrs. Delia Lakes and baby are Mr, and Mrs. James Simpson. visiting her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Brother Anderson tilled his tituCaleb Johnson. lar appointment at this place Satand delivered Mr. Lewis Simpson has returned urday and Sunday home from a months visit to rela-tie- some very interesting sermons. in Missouri. Miss ilennie Metcalf ha been Mr. Luther Raney and family of visiting her sister, Mrs. WaUcr Bur-detLancaster, were Sunday guests of went home for a few days be Mr. and Mrs. Lotie Raney. fore entering school at Derea. tended the burial of their littfo nepfiew, James Kdwurd Diincan, at Mt. Hebron Friday. One of the most pleasant eu'liW of the season wus the lawn party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Burdette, last Wednesday night in hoiyr of Miss Ilennie Metcalf ami Miss Alice Kay. The yard was beautifully decorated with Japanese lanterns. About 05 guests were present and delightful refreshments were served at 10 o'clock. All took their departure at 1'J o'clock saying they had the best time ever. Nw Labor Sivcr. An Inventor ha p.ilenlt'd an rice, trlcally driven machine which makes the rough clay boxes In which pottery la subjected to heat In kilns, work heretofore done by hand. ' 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 1 1, 1919 BaaaaaaaLasaV .aaaaaLiW. .BLaaaLiW. BBjlal LaaaaaaaaaH aaaaasssfl taLasssssssaV aaaassssfl .HH H 1 1 1 1 Ll Galvanized Roofing, 2V bill 3V Corrugated and in all sizes now in stock. Our prices .will save you money. Give us your barn wc 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. ti Best Quality in 2 and 5 pound packages. Our price only 48 CENTS PER POUND. Going Higher. Get yours now. price on 99 per cent pure only $6.00 PER BUSHEL. PARIS GREEIN WA60NS Going Higher every day. 2 4 Complete only $120.00. 3 inch Complete $125.00. These prices are subject to change. and be sure. Get Yours 3-TO-DAY NAILS $4.25 PER KEG We also carry a complete line of Hinges, Hangers, Track, etc. No matter what you want call us or come over and we will save you money. TO-DA- TIMOTHY SEED Our GET OUR PRICES ON WHEAT DRILLS BEFORE YOU BUY. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KEINTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Hill's heirs by deed dated Dcccmbe tu a stake N ill'; K '."J.tiSnuK, In t ii. . XI, lS'.'S, and recorded in the Garrard beginning, containing 2a, acre, Tiact .No,.". (Containing lu acres County Clerks Ullice in lieeil Hook in (iarrard County, kvatury, and No. in, pace 212. The purKisc of the sale herein is lii adjoining Tract No. I, and hounded on . divide the proceeds among the joint the South by Tract No. I, known as the dower of llolitidft. Hill, on West owners thereof. button land, on Jht? North liy It a TKIt.MS pitm. W",r ,r,,tt' "n'1 ?lhv h l' The sale will be made on a Clrdit of ' DefU. six and twelve months ami the pur- nuikeye turnpike. The puruse of he site herein is 10 sympathy and InlereM.-SelntH- . I'ursuant tu a judgment rendered . chaser will be required to execute! 'atkong the Joint bonds with approved security for tin' divide the proceeds at the August Term, Hill), the under' How to Make Money Co. priie, due in six and twelve owners thereof. signed Commissioner will ncll at pub. ruichase TKK.MS. rick up h liulf dollar with twi lie auction before the Court House months, said bonds bearing six p.r; needles, or pins, by pluclm: the (mlnti The sale will be made on a credit of r, lit interest from tl.it until imil. nu the lulllcil edse nf Hie coin dlumel- - door in Ijincaster, Kentucky, at 11 lvUr months, an.l the pur. Ih.. f.,rre and effect of u hole- "iS "clock u m., or thereabouts, on rlrully opHlte each oilier. Ily kce wi" execute ug tlit iiHtnllo jirtiily preed iiiriiln'.i I (XIA V SKITKMIIKK 22. "1", it n. ntimm. which execution mavl.su.. 1 : I - ...1.1. I... I ,.. ttt ii it.,,.... I who niioro.ru vtxuruy, iiue in WE WILL SELL ON in ll win Dc new with siinicicnt i mi' , iJujumr ii , ,'iii- - nolo .Mw.iri ii muni, , "rst ,la' of the iiaira alx and twelve months, for the pur- ilrlillie. "Hun blow uiriiln.t the c.lr... b,ln-- ' otir breath either iibow ..r County Court Term, the real esta'- nrii u lien will be reserved upon th- erase price, saiu nonns Hearing hu Inlaw the renter line, anil It will xpln mentioned in the pieadinRs and ilf- property sold until the purchase money per cent interest from date until paid round nt a Krent rntc. prodiiclui: ij scribed n follows: I having the forte, and elTect of a judx-jrr.in- t paid. buzzing mui.il. (;urrar, County, Kentucky, on is upon which execution may issue. C. 0. C. V. pa)able tu W. II. Drown, .Master Com W. II. IIKOWN. M. the waters of Scott's Fork of Sutra AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Patha of Democracy. Creek and bounded as follows, to.wit; J K. KOIIINSON, Atty. for Pltlfs. missioner (inrnril Cirr'iit Court, anil a Tp accustom oucelf to Hcei'iining nt'a stake in line The Robert L. Arnold farm located one and one-ha- lf lien will be reserved upon the procrty'' . .. . .. 'he arciaeuta in manner ami tut on W Bf- sold until the purchase money is pail. "X miles from Danville on the Perryville Pike. Vc have sub- - .utHclently to see I nun he K to ( I IM M INN.! IN h K w w i, """; mence W II IIKOWN. M C (i. C C divided said farm of 200 acres into two faims of 100 acres nave n clear Mclit for ireiuiluo tlmrut-l- "-, poles to :i stake at edur of brunch; i r under any of the ill.xul.ex of un-each. Each tract is well improved, having a two-stor- y frame mlllarlty mid prejiulhi', lo know thence up the same with its meunders SALE OF LAND;j:K U,"1,NS,N,,A,,yf,,r!!,,,rdwelling and barn on each tract. This is one of the most fer- liow simple und how coinuiou are the S .'lO' K 6.2 pole S .14'. K Xl'A poles to Hutile farms in Boyle county, lies within one-ha- lf mile of the lenient' Hint K lilithi, - mukiiiL' of S -- H1 K poles S r9 K !l7- -t poles ate llie that Harrard Circuit Court. noted and famous Gentry Farm that is known throughout the hiiiiIioikI. ileiiioenuy. (,orsi' K.lead to! 11 stake at mouth of a drain; theiu Wood-illef la . .I'lulntiirs. up same with Its ineumlers n new T O. Hill, it al, length and breadth of our state for its fertility. Said land berry Vs. K :tl poles X S4 K !!'.! line X 71 grows fine tobacco, hemp, wheat, corn and all crops grown in poles to a beech corner to Iva Ilcaz-Ity'- s Lizzie Walker, et ul Defendants. Penon etc Colon. Kentucky. This will give a man of limited means an opporpersons heidde ('liltie.t trild'-rf1" ucie timt; thence her lin" Tursuant to u judgment renderol tunity to purchase a small home. This lanu .'rents directly on ,be forbldillllK llore" X K !'J pole to the lieirinnlnt:, at the August Term, IUI!, the under I the Perryville pike and has as much or more pike frontage ill I'eiiou do Coroii. The rugj;iil containing 1 511 noes roml and l'l signed Commissioner will sell ut pub- ny of Its timerlng elllTs, with Hum any farm its size in the county. Convenient to schools, than lleing the same land conveyel ic auction liefore tlie Court House mid Jiiti'i'il outlines iil'iiIii-- I Un-'r- ja-churches, and one of the best markets in the State, Danville, frTlva Hill lleazley by Itolindu lli!l, ,(M)r n Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 sky. Is lint upon Hie r.i.t i per hundred by ileed dated 1'cbruury 1, IHlil. an I nVliHk, or thereabouts, on MONDAY, with all its facilities and advantages is so well known that i .,). them only us it sourn of In the Curraid County SKITKMIIKK '- -, lUl'J, it being the or elliule recorded Ily knlnslui: from ro'H furthercomment we deem unnecessary. This farm must be Imlilers they scour thee io.ksfor "Clerk's Odice in Deed Hook IS, p.iiri' first day of the Carranl County Court v seen to.be appreciated. iliiy iiesix from whlili are .oihii.-- . u.lm t,K. ri.a, ,.,tal(. lm.ntiom.,i in the Crab Orchard, Ky. Prospective buyers will be shown over the nlacn bv Mr. the fiimou bird i.e.1 hiiip II,,.-- .. , Trlu.tN, o liirinln: ut stake pleadings and des.ribeil as follows: Is lliey sell In oriental IniiUrs by Arnold. v At tbe same time we will sell the following described mlilillf of the Uncuster & Oarrurd County, is .o.'Hiii. uim eimiM r.xfuitiriv i.i lmr. I"' personal property: Six yearling mules, 1 four year old mare lure. Huckeye Turnpike Koud; tlienco wil'i Kentucky, mid described us follows: for Ibis delicacy of I'tdm-smule, 1 two-ye- ar old mare mule, 1 five-yea- r 1 old mare mule, uower line i o.i v lo.n i.ies i'i o beginning ui a siaM in ute ijin-- ; seven-yea- r old horse mule, 1 seven-yea- r old neldine. 2 Jerscv stake; thence N 'ii Vi W 'I2.il pules tu taster and Huckeye Turnpike, opp-Cloth From Bark of Tree. 2 yearling steers, 30 acres of corn, 2 stacks of. cows and calves, corner of lot; thence new line stake near a beech und u spring; The "lapa" hay, Macks ot oats, 40O bales of straw, 2 riding plows, 2 cul- nclii Isfuiiioiis frum Hie tlolh of I'nlyt theme N 7ii W 17.1 poles to a beech; site W 1.1.H poles to u stake N 22 Ci mailt Inner hurl nf 1 new Decring Binder. 1 mower. 1 two-hors- e tivators, wason. lie pajier mulberry. When of Hie tin- leaving to a E 12 W If you want your A lot of tobacco sticks, and many other articles used on theV (st iiuallty II Is blenched to snowy thence tl) ,lakl.dower eN tl,2oLawlei V; , and .'12.0 polesthence stake near a beech j X 7i W 17.4 poles .lolt.a spring; . tenes, and nne farm. a. muslin. In tror, , , , , ,, w y ,,0 s h s For further information telephone 529, 75, 261-FARM SOLD AT or Ital Afrlcu tlm Inner bark of a legu. mlnous tree Is utilized In the same, t"ke mu"e of Hioreim"! turnpike; ' to a stake in branch; thenc up said 33, or write Indeed. It Is nirnrlslm lo learn thence with mldle of same S 21 W branch with its meanders S B'JV K ar. A GOOD PRICE how widely tret) barks are employed as 21.6 poles K :il U W 40.4 poles to tlm C.8 poles S S5 K 24 poles S 4K K IK material for clothing the world over, beginning, containing 19 acres. Ilel:i j pules courses E 14 poles See or call. And In Uie West Indies grows the ,he E 7.4 Mme tract of im Inherited by South 60 E 18.6 poles N 76 S. , WALKER. M(r f,va Ueazley from her father. S. A. poles to a stake in the middle of said REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS, eale tissue so like lace that many urtl WikcWJ Walker Realty C. UV Partition turnpike; thence with the middle and ,"" and tie. of feminine adornment are madi LANCAHTKH. KY. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. from It (deed from S. A. Hill's heirs to S. A. meanders of the same N .1 K 2D poles PUBLIC SALE! 19th, 1919 Sun Pressure on Earth. The Hctit f llii' mi exert" :l pres .r ff "H.Oisi ttui4 on tin inrth, ac irllng tu a Ilrltl-- Ii .eiciilM SALE OF LAND Much as We Make It. MTmi In n 4'vt Garrard Circuit Court. Many are nodi:iieil r,i tmul! life. ;tuill fire iiriiKtHnccs, htil our live imi.r hltulah IJcazley's firiln., et al Vs. he ii large as e want them to be. Knr the only llmll of life iiri' n.plrn-Him- , Lizzie Walker, et ul. ,Vti Lift Kl of Land, Stock and Crop. Friday, Sept. t..,v th"" lfl . vviiiiiuuviviiiui A - :S Tobacco 90cls of'rir Sticks FOR SALE J. S. DUKE ........ MlaMaaMMaiamaaa i Look I. W. DUNN & CO. '"T1" ''" 1.1.1 hjAT 'i,1'''' tfr'