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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 18, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919091801_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 18, 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 18. 1919. SPLENDID The Pessimist. A pessimist l SECTION 1 TIIIRTICTHlYKAR NUMIII 2k, Cracks At Creation. , '"' ,,mt who eternally r. man u (.'teat I. generally i one who, with the Ihe suresi way m rholce of two evil., tukes hothi an . hcurted, snier. i io quii ..em optimist with lh, chokc uf mnny henrted (.In,,,.,, rlioo.es "Byrne's Sclontlfi. fce.rv m..n wear the mint.', in hiii "illy Mtcil." At Kcngarliin Hotel, own home, but it l what hi ,wlfe ) S'P. 22 snj 23ti. ! in debt , I Missionary Meeting. " i' iif I hi" I 111.1 II H uriuice. done Prcsbyterion ut churrh In thin for the sake of appearance, he suffered more lhan n year ago. Or.e of the barn contained about tiarrard county ami hir utirenry Mr. Henry wa. 4.1 years old and 2,500 bales of hay ami quite a lot ol and that brushing them with u little Some people ilo not belie r in city next Thursday September 2."ilh, tooling their own horni, but are ut !l:tr A M., for their annual meet- should he proud of her Public all 111 life had heeii u e tizen of Cnr- - tobacco that hnd recently been cut. pumice I all that I ncccssnry. 1c it I tli Nurse and the service that is rard county. In laiiunry ing. 11 lli It is to be regrctteil that the most Ii even more averse to having them Mnrgar't was married to 1 is Jennie Ward, The bnrn lost were near the resi- Important, If not the most skillful All lire lonlinlly invited to attrml. being rendered by Mis untootcd, Frost who assumed her dutie here wfio survive hit. . tiuMirer i th t.vu dence on the Beazliy farm, but were operation In dentistry should be ncyonil control when the lire wa All men nre born equal, )e. Hut a such on August 1st. in audi a manner. j slighted small children. first discovered. Misr Frost has made many friends that in probably becnue profiteer. The awakening or the medical and HLs remain.- - were brought to the .Mr. (Iron.'.' Lawson un taken to Mr. Hamilton Ii t a similar barn j the county, while visit- Ijincnstcr cemetery doc not Interest them at the throuchout Init last Monday about one yenr ago that was filled dental profession to the full signifiDanville l.it Sand'iy and .lute-full- y ing the sick and looking afttr the where the interment took place, Kcv time of their tint niuiiwk. operated uiiui fur with tobartn that hud just been! cance of the great number of sysli i c i t in. need of the poori Her experience II. A. Dawe, of llryantsville, con retultlng from tematic disease in Canada Report from hi Ii.mL1.Ic, state that stripped. A former American varied and iUite '.is tint; the seryirt. in thi line has been pyorrhea ha instituted a new epoch think the Unlteil State maile a poor lie I' doing nicely ami hi young successful. She wa with the liar in dental science. He Is survived by live brothers, Hut he only friend will he pler.cd to see hlni showing In the war rjnv Unit mi I saw much ttcrvkc over William F., J. T., D. K. of this coun As n result of this awakening, the ae-nlnoun. thinks- - he hasn't brains enough to hiuk m I doing for .Has, ami the work she diseases ty und U alter 1,. of San Antonio, Sell.'rc"l predisposing .nacause ofiHi,M.: know, . ..... In (iirrard ruun the sick and needy Texas., and J. It, Henry of Illinois. , . .. One of the largest land rule ever ' . '. , ty should uml we dare say will have Five sisters also survive, Mr. Sallic "A little money i n dangcrou held In thi section of the state will .Mcsr Jnmr Heazley, Jiiv Krlly, the lienrty support, and play a most important 'If nys nn exchange. lliirut," Anderson, of Illinois, Mr. K. I!. bo conducted by the United Itealty organism It t Just another tempta- Siiutlcy Hughe, and Wesley Dicker-se- n of nil. cource. Creech, of Ohio, Mr. D, S. Murra.', Co., on September 2.1th when the part in disease, and as far back as composed n happy piirty that Number "th" repot! follows: of lS'JO Miller isolated more than fifty tion in the path of the innocent of Illinois Mrs. Thumps Hill and Mia ' left here )clcrJuy morning for a sits made to old pnt'ents, II; num l.illie llinry of Sua Antonio, T vos fiimmis. Xnrlms . III1I Stnrk Fnrtn , from the kinds of profiteer. 1 III,P- Ul ...I'lUl - Cumberland ..Ill's, fishing irip on tinand ber of visits to new patients, IM; juice and deposits of the mouth. erty of .1, A, lloblnson. Thi farm admit, I the god u' Rockcastle rlvrr. Cupid, c .llsmUsod, I number nf patient The streptococcus and staphylon is located near the While there they will stop with number of patients forwarded, i,if, Hut these be Hie da) when :i; coccus ure always permanent rei-.i.- ,. line about I miles from Danville, on with a Mr. and Mr. William I'oyntir, nenrj making a total of IK: number ., ,! , i',0 little ilevil tlitn aruuiul . .v... i of .' Ander- Stanford and Danville pike, and will'.fni.ti,'.' in OO nn, d , lurking isits, 100; mimhei ef in iiart in one haml. and n pm the mouth ol Knrkcnstle anil a vcr mn th. . he sold to the highest bidder. .. . , , n thi other. delightful plaio wv Mum structive visitr, 1.1: number of un There are five well improved are so frequently present a guest recorded vmts, IX, number of .Met- The kaier went up like a rocket, farm in thi sale. The improveropolitau wits ..J; total mlni'jcr ot that to find them i not at nil suroared like an enisle, ami came down Friend of John Anderson, who ment nre unusually good, consistN'iinibr vint during month, prising. Thf first tjuartcrly lleit uijr for like n chunk of mud- - llattmed out live lit I'oint I.cavcJI, are congratu-l.itini- f ing of residencer, stock and tobacco of patients died, one. s may liie Thee . heyonil nil possibility uf future mis- tlm Confrrenie yi'iir will Ik- - held ,.. upon hi narrow escape .'..I nn, ,., him . ., mm sail, .isii'in. Disposition of user; To family 1.1; Suinliiy Everybody invited to hear chief. morning, List Tuesday when his I'renaraticMs are bein' made to I . any apparent harm. They live on thi' new Presiding Elder, Rev J I' Hiurd of Health none; Special nurse auto was struck by "Old Henry" our have a free "Burgoo Dinner at particle of food, cast-ornone; hospital none; School of Inepithelial While discussing the iinarihy that Stlother. Hair, that .u.ike the round trip noon on day of sale. Three Ihous-- 1 local form, none. cells, etc., but at any time the prevail, in Mexico, let u forget the ' liichmotid Sun. lay .School lit U.I.V to lion land each and people ure expected to attend New patient reported by. Church from pncumococcu, for instance, ma) be...imii brand that in rearing it lu'ad The work l starting well ami we day. and dinner will be prepared to feed Ilou.e lei:i-m- e ask the cooperation of nil the mem- ovrkrrs me; Metropolitan Life come the causative factor in pneuin our own country. .Mr. Anderson was leaving l'aint ing of residences, stock und tobacco Agent, 7; neighbor, one; monia, and they may all take part lit home U a Kood policy at tirect. ber right in the beginning of the I. iik for his home near I'oint Leavel! them. A page advertisement ap-- ! in prodming tuberculosis of the yenr. Vour help the pant three years physiiiun, !i. on the down The profiteer i three sheet., two gouns, five dozei. and attempted to cross the railroad pears in this issue giving the details lungs. The streptococcus is one of nat Inen .ipurcriatc I ami will he crude Man the nil" linea and twat Loan Ctoot. article, furnished, tr.uk in l'aint lack when his cur was of th!s big sale. the important factors in rheumatism, this year. demolished. struck and totall) him In the artic region, an he ruthei towels; articles loaned, i!. erysilepas, sore throat, blood poisonK I). PAI.METKK, I'.i.tur No treater fort could be nf. by Drug' number of patients fur- Kealizing hi dnrgcrou position, Mr. ing and many other effectlon. y forded the Anient an consumer nished, one. Clothing furnished to Ardcison probably saved his life by I The generally recognized fact W. jumping, thereby escaping uninjurI one patient that infection from the teeth ami ed, hut not a good care. knnu-t- i .Mr W J Pnliifl lit lit , m0fl nU of ,h,. u:KasC!. The steer exhibited by Kenneth I lie younu limy who recently re-- , n.iny frj(mj (i llllly.. VoXvH ., are regrron.jble for Caldwell, 12 year old. of I'arU, . o ,. h.art ,u niained nay from i. party because hom. R Ilirroi!,llur,. Sunday. which won the grand championship a large per cent of the inflammation to pM u t unit ,l.e '.imply didnt luive rhni, ,1(.pn in poor in the steer class for fatted at the of the eyu. and diseases of the kidtne inci hiiilth for ...me lime wear, uulte ovrrioukcd For nevernl Kentucky State Fair last week, was neys, makes it incumbent on the pubTilt sale of the 700 acre farm of oluerved of i nr he had been a deputy he woul.i have been the in the old for the fancy price of 45 cents lic to uwaken to the importance of ' J. A. llobinmn in Boyle County, Ky. all Danville collector a on li e at and by a pound. The steer weighed 1,200 i the care of the mouth. the United Healty Company is pounds and netted the hoy $.140. (.nor to that a county clerk IT IS JUST AS NECCESSAKY one of the biggest land sale of the American ministers are about the Mercer Don't fall to attend the sale uf the for a lone; time. Mr IVteet season, Other sale of fancy fatted cattle TO HEALTH TO HAVE THE of men in the poorest paid cla llicrc will be free dinner sixty aire Lear farm, two were sold to pjfkcrs at price rang- MOUTH THOROUGHLY wa. distantly related to the Huff. CLEANground at nuoii for all who country- - We suggest, however, that miles out on the Lexington pike. Its ing from If. 10 to 20 cents per ED SEVERAL man. formerly of thi county und un the EACH TIMES may intend. A big crowd i expectllieir ralarie. might be materially wan a fine gentleman, improved nml n dandy home. Hi. uiduu pound. THE BRUSH YEAR, AND TO enhanced by putting a tux on nor-m- g ed and it will be a rare opportunity Also the T, M. Arnold farm of and two children, Kduard I'oteet, of A car lot of fancy rattle, comprisTEETH VT LEAST TWICE EACH lit church. New York, and Mm. Mary McDon- for purchasers to find good farms 'J00 acres, just oil the Lexington ing fifteen head, shown by 11. U Cay-woo- DAY AS IT IS TO BATHE AND with splendid improvements. This pike and known a. one of the best which WEAK CLEAN CLOTHES. CLEANof North Middlcton, The .oldest person In the world ha. ald nf Philadelphia, .urviv. rale will be on September 2.1. and farms in the county The date is won first prize In the car lot exhibit, LINESS IS THE BEST PREVENHe Is John Shell, nf been located. mnny friendi of J. A. Hohinson in Saturday September 27th. Kead & Co. The cattle TIVE OF DISEASE IS Shell ha. 131 years to Kentucky. THAT flarrard County will attend this big the advertisements of the Thomas was sold to Swift 21,000 KNOWN. approximately v etched hl credit, is hale and hearty, und Mr. and Mr, Henry Arnold have Kile. Keal Kstate Company in this Issue pounds. A car lot of fifteen head. says ho never ate, drank or used to- the .imere yuiKithy of their many The cure of pyorrhea to be most .hown by James Caldwell, father of ctlrctivu must be started when the bacco to excess. It is needles to friend, in the death nf their baby W. C. U Kenneth Caldwell, and which took disease s ln its earliest stages. Ever) remark, however, that he win never irirl, Iturdenu Krunres, which occents, individual should learn to examine the editor of n country newspaer, curred at the tiood Samaritan ho. The l'aint Lick chapter of the W. second prize, brought 19 C. T. U. will meet pital last Wednesday. his own teeth every two or three next Tuesday per paund no call attention to the readers afternoon nt .'I o'clock for the purred A ear lot of third prize winners, weeks. its Bolshevism has spread The circumstance of the death i Start with one of the last wing very generally over Kurope, peculiarly .ad ami diitreMini;, nml of the llceord to the Master Com- pose of reorganizing and all mem- exhibited by J. D. Cay, of Pine back teeth nml ixamine them in roami it even invading thi country to the itrieved parent, are naturally missioner's sale of real estate ad bers and friends are earnestly re- - (liove, was bought by the Nagei tation, and also examine the gums The man uh.i heart broken. Provision Company for 10.10 cents surrounding them. When you noa dangerous degree. The child a. only vertised ill this issue, some of which quested to attend. Ibg t,wenty month, old and while play-in- c will lie sold bifore the Court House per pound. Thi bunch of cattle tice that the gums bleed while brush, in not respect the American door in Uincaster next Monday at was bred and raised in Kentucky of ing them, that the gums have a redunit American institution should lie last week on the tloor of the 1 1 o'clock, and some nt later days on line ami home became choked and a bean wn Kentucky stock. i i tdurlrd to the border dish or purplish color or that there The Literary Societies of the the premise. Sale of real estate kicked across. slight deposits of tartar, It is I nre removed from it. throat and for a by the Master Codmmissioncr are Buckeye High School will give an , time few hours recmcd to he relieved, but to have the teeth carefully The I'rince of Wale. i nither a not usually .o extensively advertis open program Friday evening, Sept. c,,nn, by later in the day the little one .how-c- d democratic youngster for one who greatl'-'-"' ' K:0 I symptoms evidence of chokini; and dilficult ed and frequently are sold at winch, if neglected, lend ,,,,rl ,lf "' program will be music bargains, was born with a crown dangling beI'artica who are interest- -' following statement was to pyonhoi. The hreiithini: anil wn. hurried by local Ml"- wife Davison of Stanford fore hi eyes. An American ed in purchasing of home .v.uil.l ' physicians to the Good Samaritan Some of the greatest cause authorized last week by the Region-- ! of Davison i n vocalist widely reputation for Hospital would cement hi overt He-- 1 pyorrhea al Director' office, Southern that are frequently over-gioat l.exlnirton where nn op- find to their advantage to look This hone sense and instill a few addi- eration was performed by Dr. J. A, these properties and be read) " lo known in Central Kentucky. Ad-- 1 Railroad United State looked .ire and crowns tional briiint in the British royal Study, which uavo apparently no take udvantage of the opportunity I program i free. You are welcome. ministration: bridges, poor contact points and hennery of the future. to lind a good bargain. He sure uml . . r,. "Another thortnge of freight cars I overhanging margins of fillings, and relief and death relieved it. .iirfer-mi- : litem! these MnsUr Commissioner' ' DUCKeye. i in prospect for the coming fall cavities in the teeth where food can I a few hours later Twenty-si- x per cent of the men r:il after looking over the proper- J this issue appears the adver-t- y and winter. Instead of the surplus i be packed against the gum between mobilized by France were lost in the nnd not forget the date. tiscmcut of the sale of tho nronertv of equipment to be found, on nearly J the teeth while eating, of American war. The injection of Dr. I'rentU Walker at Buckeye, nil railroad during the dull day be-- , Jut remember that pyorrhea i A .erica of .pedal evangelistic of the blood ill the rcpopulntion Saturday Sept. 27th. business re-- j never found in n clean mouth. fore the ufter.the-wa- r It is country would do miirh toward .civn is will liecin ut the l.uiuaster Thi land will be told in liact.- of vji.il t.et 'ii, n'cry piece of equip-'nts- o true that many person hau-i.iwSundav cvcninc raising France again to the proud Il.iptiat t'horeh live acres inch nnd is within sight of now i in use un i.iiiny lines pyorrluu who conscientiously' hruh Apt. L'Ut, niovideit the evangelist fedtinn of eminence it once orruI want to write you to let you the hamUome graded school and nml only the mini careful handling their teeth. Brushing alone will not noes not liae bait luck in hi. trip of nations. ii ed in the community 1 The ser Should he fail know that have taken 2 more do.es only one fourth of a mite from by the railroad with consistent andinlway prevent pyorrheu. Micro., the country Itemed)', and Buckeye. from vices of a dentist who uiidemtmid property will be whole-hearte- d The king uml ipiecn of Knirjaml In get here for the Sunday eveniugl of Mar' Wonderful have gained 10 lb in the lust two aid by the United Itealty Co., and the shipping public- can prevent er- - oral hygiene nre required In order to nre encouraging royal princer.en to - ervice, ho vlll v.'ithout failure be I II souvenirs will be ious interference with business. .prevent it. marry eommoner., there being not ; l.iau'i.ru r for the Monday evening weeks, although 1 am thinner around some valuable Federal Munagcrs have been Gill- Another thing to remember r-sulficlcnt royal mule, to go around. Uerv Ice. These iperinl .erviccs will the wi.ist line than before, because given owny if )cu are there in time. Uend the advertisement in this ed upon by the Railroad Adminis-- 1 that the dentist can do little without Hut po.ihly their mnje.tien are far 'lie in charge of Kev. C. Ostur John the bloating In my stomach ha all I am feeling like a boy issue. nation to utilize equipment in tne the earnest of. the seeing, and arc providing a bulwark son, who has l.ibured extensively in gone and again. Theie never wa anything in possible extent, und panic- - tint Everlasting vigilance i the among the common people against T iine.ree, Kentucky and Culifurp.n thi world half us good a thi medi- Vv R. mo- - price of good teeth and ularly to tee that ears are set in u clean the day when the throne begin to Itcv Johnson I. a preacher of promptly upon being loaded or healthy mouth, but the trouble i waldile. ,ubilit), an entertainer of merit and cine." It i a simple, harmless preThe sale of the W. U. Cook farm tion paration that removes worth while. . )ossee a voice of unusual power mucu from the inte.-tin- the catarrhal hut Friday wa kUccVssful from unloaded. . l-i ii i Shippers ure usked to rend a hand tract and every standpoint. The farm conPyorrhea breed germs which car- ' and melody, lto is beyond doubt , . plellli nts lire go n T be us h gli us to one of the mint congenial nml one iilln) the Inflammation which causes tained a little over live hundred litres both by reducing detention of cursjry disease throut tho system, . a rat s back next ear, so put a i , practically all stomach, liver nnd In. to ii minimum and by cureful and . Pyorrhea does not cause pain, hut and sold ut un average of $235.00 coat of paint on those that can be heavy loading so that the greatest it does' cause the lots of the teeth i.i.uwii. Hi. tnesMiges will not ap-l.- testinal ailment., including appendi tin acre. Sixty acres to J. 1, Hammade to lust through unothcr season. citis. One dose will convince or ilton for $2H.'.,00; 212 ucre. tu W. possible service may be hud from and undermii.es the hculth. to Haptitts only, but will appeal money refunded. I!. K. McliOH-F.ItTeach cur. From u purely selfish Watch your teeth and prcveit. u,,c who ,u,r ,,im' II. nml II. I. Burton for 1250,00 mi Our .tore will be cloned Thursday lo Druggist, Lancaster, Ky, business standpoint, of course, it is truuble by keeping the teeth clean, ucre nml IU9 acres to Mike Rogers Sept. 2.1th 1U18, on account of a I1'" "f to the Interest of the individual udv, DR. M. S. HATFIELD, Wv i,ivil ''ryoiic to com.- - um! for J210 un acre. The farm wn shipper and Jewish Holiday. V.yTKI) a good piano. receiver of freight to - " ('""e- The Joneph Mercuntlle Co. i urKu '"u to 'lo Scott Huffman, Bourne, Ky. sold by the United Realty Company, do his part toward minimizing the I einnliig,.Suniluy night at the liap. -and Col. Oliver T. Wallace did the LOST on Crab Orchard pike, Church thcrn will be eivice. auctioneering and did It well. He effects of u car shortage from which We take this means ot expressing he will suffer along with the public R o'clock, tween Lancaster and Preaeharaville. every' night at for ten was assisted In the sale by Capt. our thanks for the kindness shown generally." We ure In the market for cultivat- Nichols, lico. W. Crawford and G. C, n blue cotton, draw string bag, con. days or two weeks. Make arrangeus by our friends und neigvom, tabling table cloths, napkin and ments not to be present one night, ed hemp seed. Write r call Hud- Walker, while Willie Mac Elliott Pitless Scales, Silo Cutters, Cultl-pack- during the illness and death of out other urtlcles. Finder picnic return but rvery night. son, Hughes and Farnau. Lancaster, iiided materially as advertising at a bargain. dear husband and father. to thin office and receive rcv.uid. C. D. Strvtber, I'.utoi. Ky. ii.lt.-2t- . 8.st. J. 15. Mount & Co. Mrs. C. R.' Hcnry and fainl'y. with other people' money. irj iwmiii ' ir'i'juijf hiii ! nrfiP'llil tMIVIVll inn I PREVENTING PYORRHEA- Public Health Nurse Passes To His Reward Lost by Fire Last Week. For year the dental profession Makes Statement of to clcun teeth In n Mr. Cutleti H. Henry, one nf the Mr, J. I. Hamilton had the mis- has been content haphazard sort of way and lui overmost popular and prominent citizen fortune to lose two large tobacco Services Rendered of the county died at the home of and .lock barn last Friday night b) looked the fact that the conditions in the mouth are directly responsiMr, and Milton Ward last Friday firu f unknown origin. During Month of ble for future pyorrhea. afternoon at six o'clock, after nn The loss ,i heavy on limiik t The public ha been led to illness of several fnontlis, following ing to Fcvcrnl thousand il dl i s, with August. cleaning the teeth was merel) an attack of Inlluenza, with which only four hundred dollars in I hrlievi-thn- REPORT C. R. HENRY TWO BARNS Appendicitis. !.' Off for the Cumberland1 Spring Hill Stock Farms To iu u.n, "OLDHENRY" Methodist Church. Smashes John son's Auto. . ... J. Poteet Succumbs. State Fair Fat Cattle 'Sell At Fancy Figures Biggest Land Sale COMBINATION Of The Season. SALE Lexington Pike Tracts Sad Death of Baby Girl Master Commsisioner'sl Paint Lick Sales. T. Recital. Shortage of Freight Cars, "' ''' oaie r Revival Meeting. How Strange Things Sometimes Happen. Cook Farm Sells. ' W''- Card Of Thanks. Hemp Seed Wanted. I The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, Sept -- 18 1919 YilCfQrteAtAF $5 y 'V SYSTEMATIC PLANS HELP HOUSE WORK Have Special Place for Utensils Needed in Cleaning. Should Select Imple. Housekeeper n.Hs According to Her Own N:cdi and Requirements of Home Soma Suggestion. cpiretl by I After you cat always take FATONIC Instant! relieves Hesrtberi.BWt nourim;, d Catty feeling. Slop J 1 ocarr.Lvries. reptstlni, and oil stomach wttsKUtrtroe-anda JrjMCIlbt''l,r,T""',: wonJtrfcUr b.n,ltl. . VtulllKtl' menf ol t'".let Ktalrs Depart ... 'i Llture.) nml mnr. system- Hotter r LxncasUr, Ky Rl title ptunnltiK help tin- - lininekecper In In ,.t rlcatitna timrn cuslly nml .u!ck- Iv. It Is well In have Mioclal plice where chimin;: utensil inny bo kipt NE.W mill ready fur In- n llm bct cnhdltlnn ant uw, siiswlt tin- - department nr FARM BULLETIN usrkiiituri.. .Much tin.o nml .nprs i pent In colliK-tliitlm uliti!! needed Now Ready For fur clcnnlns. In A clnet, cupboard, nr :inlrnl Distribution Hip kltchpn Is the lip't pliirn for krcii-In- it .Mure tlii"i "l f ii rms describe I. llm rlonnlriR utcinlK A hack-sta- lr name mi our mailing !et )u closet Ii also a rkikI pl.itv. Hue iit it once. .ml nf n hack porch may In" lnclnpil anil umiI for nuch n piirisn. Tim Semonin Goodman rlilspt hnulll IllVO pli'llty nf liiuikx mill Incorporated nuki for uti'iiIN nml n lnir for Ii lining inatprlaN. I.ouiswllc. l.i ducky Tin- - lmiin'kt'ppor sliniilil i'h.inl- - ntii- IN iiccnnlltii! tn Ii.t nun iioi'iN nml nf her airnnllnc tn Hip ripiln-iii.MitIS- - Iiiiiim. Tlion Miecntpfl lu'lnw nr.1 In. tn llcliti'ii tlx'' anil ultl li n"iMli' dpanlni:: uorl; nf Iturket with utIiiciT for innpplns. Inrli.". A pl.Tp nf Inch hnnril h mini' viliiari' with rnlpr tnnkr t platfnrin mi which tn wt Hip n it'll ii'rmlt It to l.p limp liuckct. nml iiioviil piislly without llflliiK. - liy tylnR a IniciiinnV Wall mnp mathRegistered Aberdeen An-g- ns nf Mnnl or .niton rlnth nvpr an nnl. hrnom. Cattle for sale any time nary linmin. with n hnnk sprrwitl In thi1 A nil nf Hip handle, liy which II can he either sex any a!e. Also regisImns up. tered Poland China Hogs. Hii type1 A lonslinnilled iliKtpan. Several hnihe for rlpanlnp C ptrcex of cheexeclnth In two quirt' of cup nf Miirm water tn which nnp-hl- f kprocne lias been added. Those cloths should lie kept nway from the stove nr llshtcd lump, n they are Inflammable. A blnrklxiiinl eraser covered with (lnnncMti fur Move Hllliini "Ii nilptt nr All tilled lloor mop I" ' llmir. Several make run ho. fniiml on Hip market nr ntm niny hp maili' f old stocklnc. or nny OlKcnrtl imI wivMen nr llmnptetti' material. Tip? i strips material l nit into tli middle lo n nin' unved nrrns fniiliiinlloii of heavy clnlll. Tills I fn1oncd tn nil old hrontn handle nr ttptl In n clump mnp handle. Tin' n nlniln tnadn of P l" HPt "no-ha- lf .up melted pural'hi nml .. in Tn "P kerosene, nml allowed In dry. n,m 11 ' r",l,'1 UeM from stme h'l't n PPT ''as. nr ,I,,"P- - iihcil '' 'T "" FOOD HABITS Give ARE IMPORTANT ,.." ' Children Suitable Amount of Foods and Then See That They Eat What Is Olven Them. (1'r.p.irfil by the I'nltfil Mules tvptrt. mfnt nf Arrlculture.) (lond food luililt are nil lniuirlnnt part nf pernnal hyclene and thrift Children set Mich hahlts hy havlni: Kllllahle miioUhli nf vltlt.ll.Io fi"H ereil Hi. 'in nml Hipii helm! upeeleil to nit what l et hefore them. ..riMHMHHWIIIilKfV' ANGU 'JEW .LAND (STOCK Household smokcluck that'll all right, if you II put ring-i- n with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert for packing! O sav ..n..'ti n ctrpnlf nf iQuestions VIn" an nil Mine with a sreBM-cloth tn keep the enamel clean. FARM chiriiieut while new. Hint have hanlMt will wear longer If pjr'n wear are reinforced A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Lancaster, Ky. Your fountain mui will nut leak If you ruli piirutllu on the thread before screwing nn the head. wl-- Just between ourselves, you to never will wise-uuntil you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land square on that Prince Albert I Well, sir, youH be so happy youll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokcthrottle wide open! Talk about smoke- - sport 1 Quality makes Prince Albert so p d appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who'vr smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands outl P. A. can't bite or parch I Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe nr the papers and land on some P. A. for what ails your particular smokeeppetite I ( e housekeeper nets out In The Cheesecloth, worn silk, and flannelthe garden n much ns io,ltile and ette for clusters. Duster, mov he made br dipping saves newlntr for rainy days. r OmiWl im IMHHU tJUf cfe.o. prmiHtml sxninW tkm tkmt MM,IM4I ! p"'" Alitrt lanalm Ce c.ff Ihh tkt 7 .. ml mxWi.I. M kw4 Bmth PLENTIFUL Dr. J. W. WEBER SUPPLY OF BEANS READY TO REPLACE MORE EXPENSIVE FOODS LOW-PillCED R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- f'l N. C CHIROPODIST No Race Suicide Thtre. History and Material Wealth. Col It printed. .1. nn wo I had ann lit.xl In lb time we retin inhered that hi' prlntntT' "So, joii sol ..ur jnx-ii- i the country tnry doc not com era horxf iImiiii roplnil M..' auilior i sent the nilinneri coinsheInsat gnrlnff nut for the weallli--tlmi A Hie llfi-lil- i! l nf Hie material of flrt st.iur.i 'ii ilio I'lllor n. the Cur. mii.Io. n f l.lnrkl.lnl- a nation I not iha: jellow t.li nhl.h e c'oiiiiiin wltli the Inquiry, i n I In the train, ins. from the lluctuatex In the arlerle nf Iniih- ('an any nn- - i. i lae Hie iet of this "O, aunty." ex that Its true revenue are lellsion, Ju. x m V Then I .'llt lu Hie complete l Mi ni ,.iel Itew nwa tli-e- , "iisl Jean exi (ImII) "hwik what u i kobrlet,., masmiiilmlt) und Hie Ihk'iii oier anotlier naiue"' Icrce famll) llm..' I. It. I. hare." amenities nf art, Lowell. fair It "e,' FOOT O0CT0R Ollire Gilcher Hotel, Danville, Kentucky. U Ii ON Pole Lima Beans Are Prolific Bearers and. Like Other Thrive on Almost Any Soil. Varieties, They SALE THUESDAY, SEPT 25th, 1919 4 X t Southern Optical Co. Incorporated Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittiii- AT 2 P.M. ll'rpnre.I f hy the Cnltea Stairs SPECTACLES EYE AND $ CLASSES ! Krypteiu lutlklule Artificial Eyes lllforal ! xiloiilliirs.l plent. nf ih.-int prlirx nr, are ready mtioli hmer than hi- -t In Ainer-ioii'- x In replace hlcher irli e.1 iiieaN. Iliil l.ii (etir the llh the uere liu.liif fun liiiinhle heun, for It, Iimi, wax xkyriH-kliiia In irlen, hut tnhi It'x ilnwii vay iluwn belmv laM yearV price. Hid there' Joy in nlher piae.-- than Ileum, Mire very umit MlllNe loell i renoi.l when done and which i, with u little fil ItlMtOll. fiotn the Iti'IMirlx on heau price tiiieHii of market, ill partioent of as I'liutlure, hov I tin r lienii Iiiim- - drop-(ni- l IS to 7 ii'iili 4th A Chestnut Sts, a pound at lioloale line Jl.mii la jr.ir. and In t'allfnr. LOUISVILLE, KY. '5- ula srowerx ore Miylns that tlmy v III ml el If beans un any hmcr tit lilp . iliii pnlntK-- I'leiitlful Mippllei in In iiriHliicliit: hcctlnux. mid are alrend itellins Imiiii at re-- I in.il price In man) citle. Swat Old Man H. C. L. The undersigned hereby give warn-ii- K nt old If folks are really coins In to all persons not to trespass upon 1.. hean, ur land; for any purpose whatever Man II. (', It wllli low priced the In ifflclaW hay. will n-- ult is we will prosecute all offenders to f more catkiirt and chill auce, .yhlch the fullest extent of the law. Hunt- I i II laoin loliialoe lllnl pepper. Ill ers and fishermen especially take h 'tl ll oiii. prefer eln Willi hml.in Id notice. olio I llll ilies.ir. Of miir-- e, It. L. Elkin, ltoou hakid" will i oiiie Into lis nun. Urn. Cora Phillips, I II almi) piillile n tirnii. a Mr. Kmma Daniels, iimt liaked henll. fnr miiiip R. I- - Arnold. I ko Iheiii iHikil fairly dry, while olio Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, POSTED iw Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbothara, Kdd and N. B. Price. C. nigsby. J). M. Anderson. a j. c. 1:. K Barker Jl. It. KeUey. ' - Rierf.y. ; . . ;j&2Mm like them liiol- -l ; nme like mo-l.i- e In them and miiiip do not. I)ach fiiiully nhould try different kind and Hii'll tlck to the one It likes liet. To uio.t New I tnu'la tuler "Itosinn llake.1 Iteaus" means heaus cooked In a cov rred hean pot for a lontf time, which r.' m h an Here I a r ipe whlih I old fimirile that It heed no reeotn-- f iiieinlalion, Boston Baked Beans. Souk one ipiurt hean and cook until ' li nder, hut not fl that they will If ilelnd, tall apart. -pork may he rnnked pound nf all Win II teuiter. luld one wltll Iheni, ' half toaxpnoiiful iniitard. one inhli- piHiiiful aujar or two lalileinful xalt. niola e, and one laliletHiuful ' I'.nl.o In a eoeril illh for one and lf inir them uueuv-oii- il hour. for the lat 1.' minute. If nu lum any heau left ucr wty not make a loaf that ymi can scrtft fnr dinner lu place nf meat? Instead of Meat Loaf. Tun cupful ennked hean. One cupful exxikixl rk'e. One i iipful lireud cruuihs. One ess. f.it. One il xalt nr one Half If the rice I 1111111111. i:iLlilli leaxMinful paprika. evi or Put Hie t'caii thiniish a srlnd n a moat srluder. .Mix all the uell, I'oriu iuln a loaf inrredleul and hake until brown. Or crmipttc may he fmuied. rollixt In hread rriinibs 'and hriiKti.nl In the oven. Haste wllli Miiall iimuiiuts uf liquid cnntaliiliiL' a tahleuxinful of fat to a cupful of lint water. I If nu don't 'know beans," try thess j recipes und find out how good they are. I Will Sell My Farm of 64 Acres ar This land lies on both sides of the Curdsville pike and four miles from Burgin. It is convenient to Shawnee Run church, about one-quter mile from school and in a splendid neighborhood. It has a one storv five-roohouse with hall, all necessary outbuildings and cistern at door, good barn that will hold five acres of tobacco, good cistern at barn, two fine springs on place. Under good wire fencing except one very small piece. Ground will raise first class wheat, corn and tobacco. Seeding privilege this fall and possession January 1, 1920. Any one wishing to see place call on Col. A. W. Curd. m TERMS: Liberal and made known on day of sale. J . .tt. CURD LANCASTER, KY,, Route 3. Col. A. W. CURD, Auctioneer. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 18, 1919 UNREDEEMED LAND TO BE SOLD FOR TAXES. In airnr.lnncu with the lawn of the sliitt now In full force, I will n il at jiulilic talc to the hli'hcst ami beat bidder, the following dtscrihrd prop-rt- , or no much thereof n to pay the tax, cost nml penalties now ilue the Stale of Kentucky nml County of tiarrard, hy the parties herHnnfler meiitioneil. Thin Kale will take place nt the dour of the (Jarrurd County Court Houm-- , Ky., on Tuesday, In .Kith, I9III, nt 1 o'clock p. In. mill will continue there'iifter without ftirtlirr notice. tit Vila with Ken S.mpie Title will he riven the hiKhest nml best hiililer, AND NOT ANY Of THE PROPER. TV WILL BE SUBJECT TO RE. DCMPTION THEREAFTER. Any parties desiring final opportunity tn reilci'tn their property ran "In so liy writing me .it my office in t.reenvllle, Ky., on any ilay previous ;.i tlie ilate of this sale, vli . or ly niline to me, nt (ireenville, Ky., by registered mail, check or money or-IAt Unveil 9.44 1 I !!" (ico. It. Jennings (for The Year 1017) Magisterial District No. I tlriiiht llurdett 2g ! n.RI Martha Knnnaui;h 7.:i:i lot tot Mnttle .Salter 'J. fin Magisterial District Mo. 2 Win. K.l,. In Magisterial District No. 3 Wonlson llurton H.itS a Magisterial District No. 4 Mary Mitrliell col . i.4:i A. l Alme n.r 227 n 22.17 X. 1 ,"i Curio llrotk . . fit) n ',..1 nt i Jew llrod. John llrock . 100 n ti.H (.'inn Helton 1.2 n il.l ' - . J :( J. M. Ilolmnn . ..in it .Sam llolmnii 7 '" .. II) .i H. Krank llopk:ns . .25 i, In la family. Mrs. ftobert Simpson spent a few ilajs Inst week with her son ami ilnufchtcr, Mrs. II. M. I Inch Simpson. ami Mr. ... Mr. nml Mrs. C. It. Nnylor nml son ami daughter were the quests Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Nannie Itny nml fnmily. Mr. nml Mrs. Tom Traccy ami hnmlsome little daughter, H.illie Mar-iriitspent .Sunday with her uncle, Mr. Whi. Long. Mrs. llobnrt (!row, Mrs. Newt, (row nml Mrs. Litre Ilulton spent one day last week with their sister, Mrs. Tom Naylor. 260 Acres 5ARRARD In John Holers l.lsh .Shrlti n Kil Williams n.r. Hill Kaulkner 1.4 .50 I James Faulkner heirs Hill Harris Arch Kuniintijtli tol 2 tsniuh Kill tol . .20 a Jonn Liavcll col Al ... n a In 2n 2n n Mr. and Mrs. Austin Illnck, Mr. nml Mrs. John Illnck and son J, 11., 7 and Cecil Illnck spent Sunday with .I5 Mr. nml Mrs. Wm. Illnck. 2(1 l.tavell . . Httbtrt Mitchell ... In In In KY. for amount hereinafter ret out, Kivinir correct. Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks are re7.48 joicing over the arrival of n hand11,33 some son, born the 1.1th. It l.i 7.48 been christened James Wesley 7.46 Mr and Mrr. II. M. 1 enter7.19 tained nt dinner Thursday, Mr. Har7.IH rison liny of liuckeje nnd Mr. (Ico. 7.21 Stormi's of Kansas nml Mrs. Maggie Lnne. Mr. ",.26 put office address for receipt to be rcturneil, nml the lien will be properly released of reronl. Very respectfully yours, Revenue Acnl W, II. GRAY. for State at Large. Magisterial District No. I (Kor The Year 1913) I a JKl.h.". Julia Mack Macittariat District No 4. 18.45 Emmett llrock .30 a IB a lfi.42 Iva llrock . 22.C0 . . .30 a William llyrd 14.91 a . . .1 Alex l.aml. KM Parker ... 15 a 10.4.1 Mrs. Jennm Wilburn ..21 u 10.24 12.30 Charley Young n. r. 35 a 18.44 Abe Kaulkner col.. Inn K..45 Will Kaulkner n. r .2 a 18.85 Hob (iillispie, col .20 a 1 14.85 a lieo. Huh bin. on 1 2 14.91 u .Mm Kenne.lv col 1 KM Kennedy 14.91 n col Mai,tarlal District No. (Kor The Year 1914) M !..! Julia Illnck . 23.05 Kaulkner llros. col ...lot Matittsrial District No.Z 13.08 II. Caldwell col . 12.85 John Mullins col Magisterial District No.3 .1 43.75 W Kotheririll .35 a Magisterial District No. 4 1 8.(55 In Kred lluford col Iu (Ico Hutchinson col 14.95 15.94 Emmett llrock .30 a 15 a 10.07 Iva llrock 10 a 12.85 Sam Homes 17.55 25 a . . Sam 15 a 8.95 Mrs. Lucy Parker 14.35 2a Wm. Kaulkner col 14.35 Will Kaulkner col Magisterial District No. (Kor The Year 1915) 15 a 7.40 Mrs Lucy Parker 10.84 llobinson St Robinson 50 n 1 7.40 a IM Williams n.r. 7.40 . - 20 n Todd A Son 8.45 . .25 n .. Sam Iva llrock .- ...15 a 12.48 2(5.84 227 a A. 0. Alma n.r 11.55 10 a Sam Holmes 24.35 lot Kaulkner llros (Kor The Year 1915) Magisterial District No.l Lewis Yantls ....lot 22.44 7.85 Annie Hlatt ...lot Magisterial District No.2 (5.48 Will Garnett heirs Magisterial District No.3 14.G5 18 a Lucy King 93 a 170.85 C. W. Calebs Magisterial District No. 4 1 11.24 a Jonaa 12.03 .20 a Emmett llrock 14.00 50 a Caleb llrock 25.17 25 a Isaac Kelly 1 12.93 a Wm. Kaulkner col Ia 115.45 Clay llurnside In 11.85 Herbert Mitchell 191(11 (Kor The Y.-a-r Magisterial District No.l 8.91 llright llurdett Lewis Kaulkner . .2lots 25.87 7.60 lot Annie Hlatt 7.94 Martha Kavanaugh ....lot Magisterial District No. Z 27.93 W. It. Nelson heirs ...35 a 1a 9.4C W. It. Shanks 13.97 Almcria Elmore col... 3 u Magisterial District No.3 7.50 Wootnon Burton ....1-- 2 a J, IL Long 27.00 21 a Magisterial District No. 4 23.65 227 a A. C. Alny n.r. 7.0C 20 a Kmmctt Brock CO u 8.75 Caleb Brock a 7.03 Jeaa Brock 8.75 .15 a J. M, Holmnn 7.25 a Sum Holman 8.GG 25 a' Krank Hopkins 1C6 a 8.76 Dr. Letcher 12 15.48 Elizabeth Martin 7.60 .15 Lucy Parker CO 7.16 l.ish Shelton 1 7.6S Ed Williams 28 7.05 M. H. Wllta 1 7.60 Hill Faulkner 32 8.76 Abo Kuulkner 2a 10.16 Jane Kaulkner.. 2a 8.76 Will Harris 10.48 20 a Kdleth Kaulkner 17.16 20 a Isiah Kelly 1a 8.76 Jonah Leavel! Kan-- a of and relatives I'ri-stol s Christine sjient Sun ntnr Judnin Inst Week, livery one d.iy with .Miss Sinnie Cummins. 'Welcomed him as he is a man v. ith friends j Miss Lovie llrown was the giuvt ' ,,,,m'' '')iril" 'r 'ui.Sunday of Miss Agnes Simpson. S'fdamcs V. M and J. II. Illnck .Mrs. Wilks nnd little daugh- Miss Stella t.r are visiting her parents, Mr. and '"' " J- - 11 . ,r. m nnd Mr. Jnmes Euson motor- Mrs. Caleb .Itihnsnn. ed to Danville Monday to see Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs t.corge Mar.ee and K,f , .,,, , K. ,,. uho j, , childien spent Sunday with Mr. and fricni,, .,. wWin(, h(.r L. .Sanders. . Mrs. lUjck tVrorty. Mr .and Mr.. Edgar Huncan spent Mr Mr. All). Adam, taturday night and .Sunday with , few of their friends Sunday Mr' I'uncnii. , Mr' ,, M ,mur of v u Wari. POOR RIDCE. 'wire virlting friends Ilniiit Stormes '"' ,.,. ,,, ,, Mm Near Lancaster, Ky., subdivided at ticd la la In ... Lexington. Luke .S'nylur nnd, and family of Thirty were present nnd ulso served chit Inn spent Kunuey with her I for Mr. and i!r Uilluini Matthew. dinner, pear preserves made In 1884 by her mother, Mrs. Henry Ms. Albvrtn Speake was the n most enjoynbli- - day was week end viritnr of her llulfnnn, rpent. irrandmother, Mrs. C. JI. Moberlty. Grimes Kidd, chilMrs. Walker llurdi-ttami The marriage of .Miss Ida Mae dren, .Mrs. liobert Carter and chilKiid was dren spent the week in. I with their Crimes and Mr. Jessie solemnized when they eloped to Jell-i- t mother, Mrs. li. '.. Price. o, Tcnn, Saturday Aupust 30. The Jliss Arlcieh Matthews who is bride is the attractive daughter of slayini; with her aunt, .Mr. nnd Mrs. .Mr. and .Mrs. James Crimes nml is 1 L. Matthews, spent Saturday n very popular nnd lovable younc nitlit and Sunday with her parents, lady. The jrroom is u splendid young Mr and .Mrs. William Jlatthew man of this community. Their many friends are wishing them every happiness through life. Mr. ami Mr. jr AUCTION Saturday, Sept 27th 10:30 A. M. i This h rK'.titir Thai. Laxativts Oh Nil Takltt Each Klght rae AtWaat Will Cams! Ttur Contlipallaa Maao Caaslant Dosing Uanoaaa. ssry. Try It. la ... ... Uf ..... n (loffrrd .orla, ftrtnrtitallon. fthtl the fnrmutliin of ilmious i nr uhsorlied by Ilia Moo. I vasra ax.il carrlr.1 ll.roujh Iks bo.I-- . Tha result Is SMakncrs, liradarhrs. oisxiness. eonitu tonffue, marine luer, ttlUuus attacks, lusa nt elienn, nrrv ousnt-as- . jswr npplllc. ImisitrrlshM t.lood. aaliuvr coaii'lcxioii, I'lnipls. akin disease, and t.Utn limes sciloua 11ntva. tirdinsry uxatrtrs, purtrra and r- oils, fnlomrl and the Ihsrllr. like may lelirre for n tow liours. tut real, laatlns; ran only come thruusll use ef inedtelne that tours up and elicnKtheii tho dlKestlte aa wtll aa the ellmtnMtio ornjua. tlet a. S'tts Ihix of Nature a Remedy (Nil TaMits) nnd taVu una tat.lcl enrli lilKtlt Tor Ik llrllrf will follow the rxy first iloee, hut a few days tMfnrn ou tsl and reullxe will ou ret Vlirn the fullest etnlxhlci.cd out nnd fetl Jiul rlnlit aculn ou need not take turdlclnn etcry day nn occasional Kit Tablet will then kif p jour system In pood condition and tu will always ferl your best. Ilrmimber, krplne; urll Is easier nnd elienprr than K'lllnir writ tNature'a Remedy INK Tal.l.lii) are sold, ejuarnntrrd and r.Autniutlidil by our drufilst. Poor tllrrstlon amt assimilation mean a i!r iiourUhfsl Uxly anil low sllalltx. Pour tllmlnallon means i i Estas Tudor. Miss Minerva Kstes and Mr. Price Tudor eloped to Louisville Friday, Sent. 5 nml were man id, to the surprise of. their friends here. The bride is the attractive daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. N. (i. Kstes and is n popular young lady among her friends. The groom is n splendid oung man of Richmond Ky. They will go to housekeeping at Richmond nnd their frii-ndlu.re uil, them Happiness tnru lire. ,, As ay;ent of Ashby Arnold we will sell publicly on Ion? time payments that good boundary of improved land, 200 acres, known as the T. M. ARNOLD Farm, 2 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky., mile from Lexington pike with a 30 foot fenced level deeded driveway to the pike. This is strong-land- , all in grass but 6 acres, and is one of the best improved farms in the county: Has dandy two story 10 room frame dwelling, extra good 12 acre tpbacco barn, 1 tenant house, plenty of everlasting water and under good fences, will be sold in tracts to suit the purchasers: 1-- 1- -4 uni , p to ah tint iM ttls,. I;nv snent the dnvt Monday with Mrs. Andrew Stotts. l .Mctsrs Harrison Kay ami dcorgei c. ....... .. .. i-- ...i ...... illtlV. I VIIU Ut.lB ..luittll. " nil. .Mr. and .Mrs. Carl Moberlcy spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. ' T. Moberley. Jliss llert Dailey has returned after a delightful three weeks visit I with Mrs. Asbie Hendron. I Mr. Karl Dailey and Miss llert and Jliss Jessie Asnhel mo- -' J Dailey ! J toied to Lexington Sunday. Miss Thelniu Simpson wus the vis-- 1 itor of Jlirs .Myrtle Tenter and .Mrs. lAlltn Tenter Tuesday night. Myrtle Tenter and Jliss Thelmn Simpson were guests of Mrs. Wilbert Dailey Dednesdny night. .Misses .Mrs. .... TRACT No. 135 acres. 1 includes all the Improvements and about , TRACT No. 2 about 35 acres. TRACT No. 3 about 30 acres. You who have been looking for good land close to caster, but don't want to pay $300 per acre, here is chance. You who know this farm know it will produce any land in the State and if you don't know it you should it over. Lan- your with look TERMS EXCEPTIONAL: The owner knows that any thrifty farmer can make good with this land and will give FIVE YEARS time on deferred payments. A LEXINGTON ,2a Sim Ray nnd two grand- el. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. JUDSON. Mrs. U quite ill. I daughters rpent the week end with Mr. und Muse Ray nnd daughter Jliss Jessie II. Ruy. Among those from this place to PIKE FARM OF 60 ACRES. e Matthews continues attend the Sunday School picnic nt High Bridge Sunday, were, .Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter und son, Miss Myrtle Tenter, Mr. and Jlrs. Krunk Land and family, Mr. and' Jlrs. Wilbert Dniley nml son, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dailey nnd daughters, Mr. nnd Mrs. James I.nnd, Coy Price nnd children, Willie McCulley, Bernard Ilay, Jlrs. .Minnie McCulley nnd children, Mrs. Raymond Davis nnd children nnd n number of others. Every body took lunch and the affair was thoroughly enjoyed. ..........25 .... ........10 ....... ....... Matthews is visiting friends at Judson this week. Mrs. Wm Simpson spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. I I. Matthews. Mrs. Robert Simpson spent TuesHenry day with her sister, .Mrs. Crimea. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Kason were tho guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Odus Nuylor und family were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Clark. Miss Bessie Scott spent Saturday night und Sunday with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Robert Scott. Mr. Porter McCreary was taken to the Hospital ut Danville Saturda) and wus operated on for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. James Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Simpson were th Sunday guests of Mr. Krank Ilay and Miss Arlelgh Immediately after the above sale wilt sell that choice-littl60 acre farm KNOWN AS THE SUSAN LEAR farm with long pike frontage, has one main dwelling and two small houses, one dandy newly built stock barn, suitable for housing tobacco. This farm is all in grass, one of the prettiest in this county, large shade trees, high and airy, absolutely never failing cool spring. Owing to the extra long pike frontage will sell this farm in two tracts of 25 and 35 acres each with barn and one house on the 25 acre tract and the main dwelling and tenant house on the other. TERMS on this one usual. , POSSESSION can be had at once to the 60 acre farm. ft 4 a as fttara Utwlra. NsMicsrfe. Hat PtJ s.aul all tvLe. Uian Uss k II at tUeM. HvevLsshss 111 la lata aa ewke ax lw,m la aaat but id Irta twJrse wwexr wiawih llk.fl sK, AT PKVCClSTa. mail t'pmU IT MAKES MIN AIL ttOUMBON tttUEUY Ca. U.UstIm. Xj, t D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE. LANCASTER, KY. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 18, 1919 Miss Mnble Prewitt was the guest wife-beate- rs of Miss Linda Sanders Monday. diminish; cases of Farmers of this place are very cruelty to children are fewer. busy getting their tobacco cut. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lane and fam, But the need of caution is not gone. Prohibition is a na- ily were guests Sunday of Mr. and tional confession that wc can- Mrs. W. M. Foley. The fond dish of this section, not be trusted to control our appetites. We behave better fried pumpkin blossoms are about a thing of the past. with Unlit handculTs on, and and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse East herein is the wisdom of pro- daughters, were with Mr. nnd Mrs. hibition. But we have nppe-tite- s Mcron Long Sunday. to which alcohol never Mr. nnd Mrs. Cameron Prewitt ministered, and their mncry nnd little daughter, Ruth Cameron, of us is a commonplace to all spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. who read the daily history of and Mrs. S. N. Sanders. We s represent one of the largest Roofing manufac a notable decrease In crimes of certain kinds. Disorderly hoodlums grow scarcer; BRADSHAW MILL Call and Examine Our Rccleaned Seed Wheat, Northern Rye.Barley BALLARD'S OBELISK FLOUR turers in the South. As all kinds of material are advancing, you should place your order NOW for (First Patent) Cremo Dairy Feed, H. and M Feed Genuine Kanawha Salt, Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Brick, Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. our larger towns. SAVE DOLLARS You can save n good innnv 'lolluu th's year by keeping your s'uifc in II. A. pood condition. THOMAS STOCK REMEDY will help you save these dollars for it will keep all your stock in perfect health nt n very little curt. A genuine tonic. worm cxpcllcr, nnd conditioner. We V. A. DICKERSON. sell It. COY Mr. Dillard Littrell was the guest of Mr. Billie Fain Sundny. Mrs. l.ovie Crow was the guest of Mrs. Nancy Mobcrley Thursday. Mrs. Pearl Grow was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Obc Bolton Friday. Mr Robert Vnughn nnd wife were visiting friends In Lancaster Saturday. Brother Shepherd delivered nn interesting sermon nt Scotts Fork Sunday. Mr. Mynie Locker was the guest of her mother. Mrs. Amanda Clousc I Thursday. Mr. Todd Simpson purchased Pcrchcron fillies from Robt, Long, price private. Quite a large crowd attended the .alc of Robert Long and Walter Fain last- - Conn 11 Brothers. i "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." irirnri $1.50 a Year, Payable in Advance. The Central Record l..ued Weekly. .1. K. ROBINSON. Editor. It. I. .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. .Entered at the Post Office In LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Lancaster, Kj.. September 18. 1919 Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. " tRates For Political Announcements. ?6.00 10.00 For Stnto and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the interest of individuals or expres-- I sion of individual views, per C .10 line .05 Obituaries, per line -- For Precinct and City Offices. For County Offices Scaled bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of Garrard Coun ty nt the Court House, Lancaster, o'clock P. M., Sepsion agent. Rut it is .well that Kentucky until - by the Fiscal Court tember 20, 191U, i the city where he sold his ap-- I of Garrard County for the Improvepies was near-by- , so that the ment of the Lancaster and Richmond freight and crating could be road from the city limits of Lancasdown to 5G cents. His ter nut to a point about 5 miles on I kept is, of rniil road in Garrard County. The original investment improvement will consist of shapcourse, neglected. ing the road, constructing necessary We can hardly blame the drainage structures, and surfacing farmers for wanting to feder- it to a width of 14 feet with lime stone macadam. ate. Plans may be seen nnd instruc tions to bidders, specifications and FOOD ANQ FRILLS. form of proposal secured nt the ofW'c are told that there are fice of the County Clerk at Lancasnot enough people engaged in ter Kentucky. A certified check payable to the the copious production of es- Sheriff of Garrard County, Kentuc sentials, am. that this partly ky, equal in round numbers to five per rent of the bid, must accompany accounts for high prices. We got around the difficul- luh proposal. The right to reject any and all ty during he war by forbidbids is reserved. ding the production of nonesJ. B. BOURNE, sentials. If this were done County Clerk Garrard .Co. By Crouley Broaddus, D. C. now it wopld throw a number h irir NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. tu Saturday. ,Mn Ananda Clous was the guest of her daughter, Minnie Locker on Thursday night. Mr. Matt Folger and wifr were the week end guesti of Mr. Wulter Fain and wife. Mr. James Littrell spent Tuesday and Wednesday with his daughter. Mrs. Lucy Murphy. .Mr; II. wus the guest of his sister, Mrs. Gertie llnstcy Friday night and Saturday. Mrs. James Sanders was the guest of her mother Mr. E. 11. Ray of Teatcrsville Sunday. Mrs. Belle Simpson and daughter Virginia, were calling on friends in v V ' a ' 1 1 ; ' of people out of work, but they would soon turn to the production of essentials, and supply the shortage. Unfortunately, there are Democratic Ticket. many of us who demand the nonessentials, and are thus FOR GOVERNOR. f responsible for the shortage HON. JAMES D. BLACK. The richest of essentials. GOVERNOR. FOR LIEUTENANT man can consume only a small WILLIAM II. SHANKS. quantity of food, and wear SECRETARY OF STATE. only a few clothes. But he MAT S. COHEN, can soak a fortune in jewelry AUDITOR. and automobiles, and it is the BOSWORTll. HKNBYsM. wages spent in producing commodities that creates the profiTREASURER. HENRY K. TURNER. teer and sends prices up. It takes the labor of a lot of men ATTORNEY GENERAL. to make one automobile. FRANK E. DAUGHERTY. Cut out the luxuries to a CLERK COURT APPEALS. reasonable extent. We must JOHN A. GOODMAN. choose between jewels and Superintendent Public Instruction. Johnny-cakbetween pearls L. K. FOSTER. and pie. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND Garrard Circuit Court. Plaintiffs T. O. Hill, et nl Vs. Lizzie Walker, et al Defendants. Pursuant to u judgment rendered at the August Term, lfllf, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Kentucky, at 11 door in o'clock, or thereabouts, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, lDltl, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: Said land is in Garrard County, Kentucky, and described as follows: Beginning at a stake in the Lancaster and Buckeye Turnpike, oppoe, site corner of lot; thence new line N 03 V 1S.H poles to a stake N 22',4 Commissioner Of Agriculture. W D2.(i poles to a stake near a beech JOHN W. NEWMAN. and spring; thence N 79 V 17.4 poles BALANCE OF POWER. to n beech; thence S 37 U W 74 poles The trouble about Eng- to a stake in brunch; thence up said WHERE. THE MONEY WENT branch with its meanders S C9U E land's six The American Cooperative one really votes toin America's 0.G pules S r: E 24 poles S 48 E 18 Britthe started poles courses E 14 poles Journal is holding meetings to ish colonies. The English do South fiu E 18.C poles N 7Uft E 7.4 matters. discuss agricultural worry much about repre poles to a stake in the middle of said not The. subject billed for the first meeting is "Collective Bar- sentation at the league coun turnpike; thence with the middle and very little, meanders of the same N E 29 poles cil. They care gaining for Farmers." And when 'the truth is told, about to a stake N 31 U E 29.6 poles to the the, news has drawn loud and beginning, containing 29 acres. angry outcry from the prota- the league at all. Tract No. 2. Containing 10 acres It was a South African who in Garrard County, Kentucky, and gonists of the class called the The' adjoining Tract No. 1, and bounded on They complain made the stipulation. "consumers.'' will be crushed be- British colonies are not sus- the South by Tract No. 1, known as that they dower of Rolinda Hill, on West tween organized labor on the picious of America so much as the Sutton land, on the North by Iva England. And by ones, side, and afarmers' trust they are of lleuzley tract, and on the East by the on the other. The farmer, they do not mean to be bound Buckeye turnpike. by England's vote any more they lament, vwill be the most The purpose of the sale herein is to than do by America's. They divide the proceeds among the joint dangerous kind of profiteer. W.ell; keep your shirt on. want votes of their own. It is owners thereof. TERMS. even possible that they will be! Let us look into this thing. The sale will be made on a credit of A' Michigan farmer lately found voting with America insix and twelve months, and tho purshipped to the city two bush-els'- of stead of with England at the I chaser will be required to execute council. early apples, which sold bonds with approved security, duo in England is in a fair way to six and twelve months, for tho purfor $1.10 per bushel total $2.20 fur the load. His ex- become Bolshevik. And in chase price, said bonds bearing six penses were: basket, 40 cents: the colonies they have no in- per cent Interest from date until paid, having the force of a judglabor and spraying, 20 cents; tention of being bound by a ment upon which and effect may issue, execution -i freight and crating, 56 cents; Bolshovik vote. payable to W. II. Brown, Master ComeommLwian, 22 cents. His missioner Garard Circuit Court, and a THE EMPTY CAN. profit was 82 cents. The lien will be reserved upon the property we can, of course, The police in many com- sold until the purchase money is paiJ. onljc guess, as he was thru munities are giving a good reW. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. when ho .reached the commis- - port of prohibition. There is J, E. ROBINSON, Atty. for Pltffs. Vs. Defendants. Manda Iloatley, et al, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August term, 1919, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m. on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1919, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned In the pload-ir.g- s and described us follows: Loca'ed In Garrard County. Kentucky, on the waters of Paint Lick Creek, and bounded as follows, to wit: acres around the One und one-hal- f house, and is on Paint Lick Creek and adjoins the lands of L. T. Bradshaw, Ollie Casey and others. The purpose of the sale herein is to divide the proceeds among the joint owners thereof. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will lie required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase pries, said bond bearing six per cent interest from Mate until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Matser Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved" upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. U II TOMLINSON, Atfy for Pltffs. Lancaster, Saturday. Miss Jessie B. Ray was the after THE BYRNE OPTICAL noon guest, of Mrs. Josie Matthews Wednesday aLtemoon. Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. Mr. Dillard Littrell of Danville. Illinois, is visiting his father, Mr. 13 Years In Central Kentucky. James Littrell at this place. Murphy Tommie Masters and Will be at the Meldren Simpson attended the show at Lancaster Saturday night. Ky. Mr. Orcn Whittaker was the pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vic tor Sanders Saturday night. Mr. Sammie Clay Folger returned to his home Friday after a few days visit with relatives in Somerset. Mr. Matt Folger and wife and son. Danxille's Exclusive Optometrist. Sammie Clay, of Somerset attended I EMPLOY NO A RENTS. services at Scotts Fork Saturday. Mrs. l.ovie Crow of Jessamine was tho pleasant guest f her mother, Mrs. Mury Clouse, Wednesday. W. C. T. U. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and Mrs. Delia Scott of Nicholasville were tho The following olficcrs were elect guests of Mrs. James Sanders Fri- ed Saturday: day. President Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird, Uutil'a. Our la taawlaila roal Vice President Mrs. William I.eiir, aDdt for lb inala.al at Itch. Iciaask, luat worm, and Secretary Mrs. Palmeter, COMMISSIONERS Tune, tad la aol4r la drv Cor. Secretary Mrs. Stapp, rl.l oa laa atrttt raaraawa lb Bwtaaaa pnta, nt. mnthat k Treasurer Mrs. lligginbotham. rarutafel la aar SALE OF LAND Mrs. lligginbotham and Mrs, Kin Trr lloat'aHalr aleurruk. Jrsr uK locally b nuird were appointed delegates to Garrard Circuit Court. , the State Convention which meets at STORMES nilUC, STORE. Forest Tevis, et al l'lalntitla. UiCrangc, October Hrd, SERVICE Kengarlan Hotel. Lancaster. September 22nd and 23rd J. J. BYRINE ALL TAX PAYERS and Male Citizens in Garrard County, 21 years of age, and over, who have not given me a list of their property and POLL TAX for this year 1919, must do so NOW as this is the LAST and FINAL NOTICE. REMEMBER the law requires EACH AND EVERY male citizen 21 years of age and over to sign and swear to a tax Schedule. Very Respectfully, NOTICE A. T. SCOTT, Garrard County Tax Commissioner. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AF1JERNOON, SEPTEMBER Not Room Enough Crime Reduced By At Bcrea. Eliminating Saloons. Hcparis SECTION 2 THIRTIETH YKAR 18.1919. nu. $ College , but V.'e talk of licrca Prom Wei CovinQtnn Show pally the institution is an nllinnre la l!) of five schools, including the JO Per Cent. Fewer Arrests In Department, the Normal J'l',, 1910, Then Wet July School for teachers, the cicnt of School, Arxtilture, A Year A30. hhc1;iniilhlnB, isooil work, printinir, ' in the pollci court ni C"V-la'i- buslnejw, home science, ami nursing, Virc for the month of July 11)13, n wry large Acmlcmy, which 1HK, according to the report IS for collep-- . and n Foundation (' mmissiorcr of I'ulilic Safety School, for thor i no ..re nhow (if- u reniiction of tceli jeers of u; 1.1 Veu'ore Klucr.ipcr, iir are still 10 per rent, from the H!i, or nearly brunche- common sthj (!) nunibir of arrests In July l!Ua. he Institute n ent fir tic ben- y Forty fer'oin were arrested mi cfi of the m un'.ains, and the num warrants in July WIN, nml ber! of stud-'iit- t now npplyiiii: for two lure hrfnre the eourt on the ci'rgi. sicn from all 'the mountain (!) s i so treat that it has been de mime chaige in ll'IO. C) CovTor June I'.Mfi, the arrests it. cided 'lint for the present no. ad- ington tnlnlle'l CM. Of this nuniher titioriH' itudentr from the north ami t)X 11" vire accused of drunkenness the HltlcKriis can be received. The -ami 'V) with either ilinn!erly con- numbir of northern and llluecr.ns In duct or being drunk and disorderly. student- - i; very considerable. ACI HI!) the 'net, one ef the creat advantai;rs Tor the month of July drunks numbered seventeen nml the whfch llcrea trivw i an accuain- - (!) the other two classes of offenders taiue uiti. some of the best youn ..sty-five- . I'copl:- - from all parts of the country US 'llie t'j'ures were mule public t The l'" ' I ro is placniK a promi- (:) K (i the headquarters of the Statewide nent man at llerea, I'rof I'roliiliition I'eilcration. which is col. 'vin, v.n. will orj;ailuc -- ,icr'a ; from all the courses beting infiirmatioii for training Ked Cross V' BKYANTSVILLE, KY. Kentucky workers of formerly wet cities service, community for 19 with a view to what Iftct on crime somewhat like that of county demby onstrators. 'lie elimination of the saloons prohihttion hat lin-i- . .'.:' i.ir-tunThe College itself is reinforced b; f land frum Mr K Calico for Members of the Ki ntuck;. Sun- revernl new faculty members and Is . ifrc rt particularly happy in its new dean of Little day School Association in scion Mrs ShIIic Oicrstrcct were solemnly war;: , hy andj professor of education, I)r Carl Mrs. S S Mnrford Ahlnml lltckn.m. PHONE 27. J. Slu rp un I'orter, ublicitv ilir e T. wbhc'i. now in army service, but ;i Saturday tor of the feileratiim. of the danger fonferly a professor at lleloit Col-lec- W BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. . if . .Mr Hubert larur an.i nIiathy n r,Kim , llrto)lln(t He is a craduate of Ohio .Tlii'M1 ii ro tisiiallj more hi gle Watte were ine guests 01 ..irs. state pruhihition amemlment nt the Weslyan College and the son of forthan "km deep." Suf-fer-cr I .Miles, Thursday I election November I. so that in the eign missionaries. from shin nlToctintw llr uid Mrs. J. K. Kdwards nml ,.v,.nt the wets succeed In the contest -- -.N'eer has such a large enroll- have found the Iniij'i'il fop daughters vlitol relatives at Mays-- f Xntional amendment, saloons ment been predicted in llerea as the motored to Richmond Sunday after relief in might not "again be turneil loose one'for this fall. The applications nnon. v.llc, last wiek KNOCKS OUT PAIN Sanders ami on the hoys of Kentucky Mr ami Mrs. !! are about twice Ine numoer oi any Holloway Mrs. May me Itamsey Ilus. Mr I'orter's irediction that after ,,r,.Vious fall term. School begins daughters vitiel Mr. ami Mr. THE FIRST ROUND Sunila. next January saloons would tie Wednesday, Sept. 17th. 1 oung pco-nl- e and two children of Nashville Tenn, ton tiulley at .N'ichohisvllle "The Wittrwar to Hiillh" are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hurdette " no more Aniericn from the mountains, who are de- Portsmouth "known in Medicinal MinAn nicrican Miss Verna Mauley of win roundly applauded and his sirous of improving tneir situation Ramsey. eral Water, liotllcil al the Comforting relief from pain Ohio, and --Mr. Man'ey of Maysville, story of some of his own observa.Miss Marion Spurlock who had in life, are invtod to come. sprin,: without any condcti-sin- e jr.- twst of llr and Mrs. J. Xot i makes Sloan's the r fortifying tions of the rum wrought by liquor the misfortune to sprain her knee drastic cathartic liut a mil l dramatic World's Liniment was tol.l m striking, and several days ago, is still at .Mrs. L' I 'A INT LICK altcratne ami reconstructive. Mr K. II. 1'ierce, and sister, Mrs. natter war-tim- e bow He told .M. llurgess' Doses Minor Connan, ami stfn, William prohibition had reduced the number This famous relieer of rheumatic Mr. KI Williams ha., bought the aches, lker was in Ham 'lie Kdw soreness, stiffness, painful Dote: Tabletpoonful in Franklin, have returned to Louis. of arrests in formerly wet towns lll Aibill property ami Mr. W, K. Pat- , iprauis, neuralgic pains, and mot a glass of water Mile after a weeks visit with Mr and to Ml) per cent, and said it was not Thursday. rick has rented it for one of his men other external twinges that humanity Kay Mrs Itice Woods spent several days Present" ' li- physilikely the people would want to resuffers from, enjoys its great sales bejit the (5aragev cians for constipation, Cincinnati. cause it practically neer fails tu brins lb ice for prayer nieetiiy Ibis turn to the old conditions. rliciiinatir indigestion, peed), comforting rcliei. Miss Kliuna llurchell was preent-ei- l Mrs. It. J. Walker is in Smitlitield . alfrctiom, high blood I. "The Holy Scriptun'. Mr, Always ready for Use, it takes little from taking her vacation on acvisiting relatives. Next j leader. M pressure ami lunltmnt; Buy Lverette Sebastian to prnetratt utthout ruibtng ami prortl"Ji Ilof the aricrics . riptlon week the subject "Saving t.ur State! s , .. . s. . t ,, Jas. C. Kucker was with the home-folk- s count of the serious illness of her duce result". Clean, refre.hiiirf, I 7V. On pT mother, .Mrs. J. 1). llurchell I f en:: all drug stores. .15c. Tile. $1.40. i.ii.iover Sunday. for the World's Sake " I buying ground limestone in carload at r3 Vrre .Mr. II. L. Francis was an attend recent Mrs. I' M. llurgess was Hay. Mis. 'lots ami rebelling It to farmers at Mr and Mrs Hiram lu tilwiieinrit ant of the State Fair last week, N'ora Tenter. Misses S.illie laiuinetual cost. This plnn allows tlft- - Ms.ti.r in Mielliyvuie. Ti lvtmin by! Mint rtt Sprisc Co. Several from here ittemled the!WMere his tine saddle mare shown Tenter and F.thyl Hay, .Mr ami Mrs. I farmer to buy his limestone in ton F.dgar Doty was awarded several It K7 Otto Simpson nnd daughter, Juanita lots at a reasonable price Fair at Louisville last week. flmh.ro, l makes it possible to persuade num-iin- d motoreil to l.ouisnlle ami a ties. Mr. W. D. Kogcrs purchased visited relatives nml friends nnd bers of farmers to experiment with llnby Cranil Chevrolet car last week. The young people of the Christhis soil rweetner ami become con- attended the State fair Mrs, tian church have organized a Chrisand Walker Mrs. Woods IIUCKIOYK ;vimed that it will work won.l. r will Friday. tian Kndeavor Society, which Optimistic Thought. I where r Iliie Woods were in Danville Wheat In History. lover has not grown evening. Kvery A common armchair Is n more comMr. A. Hounshell bought of .Mr. meet every Sunday The Itotnni's leiriHluteil wheal Into ' years. tyill with Mr Osiar Tarter is seat ti ai is n throne. i fortable 1 on Stow;- - his farm on White Lick. one is invited to attend. (Ire! llrltaln. TIh-- dhl ii"t lone to phoid fever II far. be. iiu-- e , mrn before they Imiob .Miss .Maude Wilson left Sunday to .Mrs T O. Hill ami Mr. John Tea-te- r .1 Itriintii tin. i tuiil ismoiiered l.itill. r iiMutern time, nml the' Three expert poultry men from enter Transylvania College at Lex ii,., i i, are on tlm sick list I ington. of the Zula Calico visited her par- limits were growing Inrve imps of the Kvlension Division Mirs .Mis Lhtabeth West of Lexington when the lloii'iiiis eross.sl to ih ,.Kt. 0f Agriculture have been in Hichmond Saturday and Sine ents, at begun In fu,, ,, ,unimer showing the fin r- - is the attractive guest of Mrs. 11. 1. west. ri llands The Itrlt i''i , , grow-hi nt ami the Nixons coiitliiii.sl . n'Ui simple method of cull Francis. Mr and Mrs. Tnlbolt Jenkins were the work ttlll. through the Middle Mt fiwU T() (,1U,i ,i(ty.,u Mr, Cam Hays of Stanford is vis guests of Mr an.l Mrs. T O Hill. use the bread of the poorer .lasses, counties have been visited anil an i iting .Mr. ami Mrs. vvooits winner wn made of Hour from the coarser Sunday average sf sixteen demonstrations this week. grains. K Kdwanls. bought "J7 ai r- th--- e Dr J have been held in each of Misses Mary Mae and Kliiabeth estimates 'counties. Conservative Walker have entered school nt K. C. place the nuniher of persons reached V Danville. in these demonstrations nt 10,01)0, who has Mr. William Hovston uimpaigiv This unique educational days has I III for n few x s to vuuOTV smfw will not close until arly in Decem- been cuitu about recovered, ber Mr. A. McKnight has purchased Big. a biautiful Studebaker car of the Lick Carage. The annual exhibit of the College Paint .Mrs. D. A. Ilervey ami little son, of Agriculture ami the F..pcriment Station at thy State Fair this year were visiting her aunt in Louisville was exceptionally large ami tine. All the lirst of this week. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Mrs. Temple Oibson of Fairlami, the numerous dlrplays show n marked improvement over those of last Illinois, is the guest of her sister, perfect whirl-win- d I Icrc is the Foal Runaltout, a This was evident even to Mrs. J. T. Thompson. searoii. Fits into tin: daily life of cf utility. 'the casual visitor because he was at Mrs. Anne Moberley and 'Miss Ida once Impressed with the strong in Sanders visited friends and relatives every Inxly, anywhere, everywhere, and all the terest ihown by the many people at Cottonburg last week, time, l ot" town and country, it ii all tliat its that Impeded the exhibit each day. Denny was in tunic implies a Runabout.. Low in cost of Mr. James N, In many of the displays the College operation; low in cost of inaintaianco, with Hichmond Thursday to attend the to disposition a decided showed and reall the sturdy strength. iLivlul;dility burial of Judge llurnam. go on your farm light it and give you popularize technical information so liability f ir which Kuril lursare noted. We'd bo of family .Mr. T. A. Foos and power for many a job. it may be gotten to the fanner, 'that pLasni to have your onkr foronvor more. Wc K. on the Cynthlana were the guests of J. his wife and his children I will do the milking, cream separating, feed li.uc aUuit every thine; in motor car acces Foley and family Sunday. proper basis. sories, and alwaj s hai e a full line, of penuine cutting and lots of other things, .Miss Lucille Davis spent the week I'ord parts ljivc iscnuinc I'orJ service. end In Lnncaster, the guest of her Peruvian Flower Festival. I won't bev much trouble either. Start me lilt h grand-motheMrs. Hallard. Peru celebrates n custom and I will run without driving and watching. dales from soon ittlt'r he Spanish Miss Fannie D. Wynii, Mrs. J. All soldiers' grave"! nllki' lire I will be so faithful in, my work that you would Itoope Dowden and Mrs. Ilennett ihcomtfil. Im hiding those of peons were licrca visitors Saturday, never be, without me and i uml Indians. Individuals Utile regarded kerosene. Mim Docia Metcalf is the guest of III Peru, al all events during life, 111 the eieulug the 'populace gives Itself Mrs. U. M, llurgess during the serover to feasting nnd marryinaklug. ies if meetings at Mt. Tabor. Y Lancaster, Ky. This imrtleiilar flower festival Is held Hev. Charles Klsey, of Cynthiauu on November 1. nuniially is assisting llrother Ellis in u very interesting meeting at Mt. Tabor. Reason for Optimism. Mm John Pullins and Mrs. Babe "S"iiM men are optimists." sold I'n 'j do I'.lien, "foil lie reason ilat It's most Pullins ami ton of Berea, were the times easier to sell a mail sumpln' by guests of Mrs. William Broughton telllu' him a funny story dim It Is by and Mr. and Mrs. Kd Williams t.llln' him de truth." children and Miss Hester Patrick fWERY and MOGUL Seed Wheat AS 1 1 ''ill'' i WAGONS Farming All Kinds of I OU KNOW GOOD SEED WHEAT SCARCE THIS YEAR. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH AN OLD WORN OUT DRILL. SEE OUR LINE OF NEW f I I I i KgNTUCKYS Implements. 0 THEY WILL SOW ANY GRAIN Noah Marsee, Jr. For I CURATELY LARGE OR SMALL. SEE FOR ANYTHING YOU NEED. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. I i I! i Skin Affections I I I I ! BECKER and BALLARD. i, IL dEOjMIst 64 t. - - ' A $1.00 0nr Banks Limestone, mm JOH nlinte Culling Gets Results. w ,wv. Exhibit Was Choose Me and Use Me Western Electric POWER & LIGHT I WILL Haselden Bros. Garage best.qfAaIrunon See this plant inorjention; ItwiU pa)Mou. Haselden Bros. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 18 1919. : FROM A CLEAR SKY By AGNES C. BROOAN. BUY A HOME -- OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Retenca aaya that o1l ate leitlna wllh .weakened kklneya and dlgeallre orffJna, true, It la eaay to belief Thla beln that by keeplntc V kldne)a ami ll ceetlve ofKiint elejned an In proper worklnar order ol ae ran ba ileferred and life prnlonsed fsr be yon J that en Jo)! by the merue peraon. IV r over era OOT.n M KOAI 1Iar1tn OH haa tien relletnit thn weakneaeea ami dlaiblllty due to vanrlnir irar. It la a atnndard old tlni hnni remedy and neede n HUM' MKIMIj IU.irlrn Otl la Incloeeil In mtorlene, taaieleai rapauVa) earh. Take coitinliieC uboiit a drn a email ttiam aa )oti houM a pill. AT- AUCTION The The Squire Kinnaird Place and Home, Andsrsosi Brothers BOTH ON DANVILLE ST., LANCAS TER, KY., Saturday, Sept 20 2:30 P.M., THIS IS YOUR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO BUY EITHER OF THESE GRAND OLD HOMES AT PUBLIC OUTCRY. 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 or poultry raising here. Immediately after this sale will sell the t gar-'deni- the tangled hedge of me In her (iinlrn ami look ! wistfully up unci down I ho road. "Ileckon," idio fald, inuy awcll give up looking fur some mm to co.ne nr "diiioIIiImc l happen Sunn. we've htcn looking a good many seur The black rnt who tho lone little womiin' Vmly rninpnnlnn, n un mil l n )i!.imihljltK purr. S'viin," ItiKiilln ut mi, "that we ought to set over ejpcctlng. If infilling new ur ploaant had been coming nur Mil)', It would have conn- - when I In- - old Iimum wn froh. when father tended the roje tine uuil kept them ueul. when carriage drove, put our door with happy folk coming to town for Inillilny, ur utopptng In to vMl." lloniun milk down iiiii n grn.y tiound anil drew the cut IiiIm her hip, silent with her incniorle. "Carriage conie no more down Miir o,ulet lane," hc (old the cut, "lt' niito now, (treat whirring nolo, fly. Ing along the great Mle roml. rov,. in ,,.r f itilMn whlui' ideally upward. "nn thing Hint will ci.tno our wny thoe pu. imtt iliop from out n clear ky," ,nd 111 Hie woman tood pitlng nlm'iitl) upHiinl. n whirring vuind coming toit from tho iii.iln road, rent the air. Then he .iw It Hie womler thing wllli the out prcud wing df a mounter Mrd wtvp I I Hi: Hie ky And before IIomiIIii could tiilrli her adonlhed breath, the won- der thin: clnled, drooped, and llll circling, came cm.hitig toward her own neglected garden. I.Ike a throbbing mnn.ler It lay In the wide spare beyond the roe hedge; and lloalla, trembling, rutied to a man whu friintlrnlly biiknued from In hie. lie win a jnims man and dead-l- y white. "Voll'd belter get solneone. he gapped, "to help carry me lnlde. N'ollilng but a broken bone. I gue awful Jnr, but nuide In inline In time." Then the man of the airplane fainted. When he nlurii.il wllh the aur-mic- e (hut help would oon come", the' young man turnel iiHin the he propped nlKitit him. "lt' probably nothing to worry nbouf.M be paid vlowly, "but you never ran tell. ."tHcht be Internal Injurj S" I wondered If you'd be kind enough to write a ort nf nio'age to a girl. Ynu mill. I imill It to her from me In cne ' he Mulled faintly "Well I!n.llln walked hculit "p w1low nf wUr. Thi oil tlmiiUtM lhV kldnfy action And nb1fi th or can to throw off th pnlnonnwhleh tituM prematura old mt: New nr and trffiRth incraj m you rnnttnuA tht trtlktmwit When completely reitorad iUy, OOl.U Ml;iAI lUarlem Oil Cap uff wltl keep ou In lieallh ari vlior arnt prevent a rMtirji of td illaeiui, Im not w tit until olil at or dlaeaa (Jo to your liavt eit1l ilown for t ronttnuf tHklrir a. fupiulft or two ch n a KM boi of lo(0 .!i:iAI. Haartem Oil CapHtilea. Monty r 'funJeif they lo not help you. Thra mli imt rentenur to aW for taa ..rlK nal linporteit UOM JIKIMI, lran4. In f4e. ps. kaajea. ilniKKl't Oiaw fur lli A Check r mill intitii'y ynu iiv da. VZM mile Iiiiu much more res pti'tfully your crciliinis you. Tlicy like lo do Iiiisintss with a mini fehu aaaVBaavaatr- - hits mi wvoutit nt tin- .V.1, nnl Girnid Bat'i & Tioil Co They know he is doing business in a buirfs like ,v). open such an account even it your alTairs are not large. will crow all right. Itrttrr They The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Waiting TIM Afttr the Show. 'I he bridegroom win n big looking country 1hv ImuiiHlUiti-lllfler the ceremony Im- - dl.itpiH'iireit long from the scene, and after searth wii found calmly mtikliig his pipe In Hie buy loft In the h.irii. In h. hlrt sleeves nnd his collar ofT. When a.keil for an explatiiitloii he ald' "Jly cullar l darn high I can't wear It. Till her I'll wait nut here till the shuw Is over and I'll take r home. j; First Mlne Post Office. t ottlres In Ihe lir-- t were talnl'b. it at Kenncbiiuk ilelne ' .ilmoiltti and Until The malls were curried by carriers on foot or hi. hopob.ick and the average vverkV m ill did not amount to Hie I. Hi ts at ach ottlcc. The rales were high Ii'4 l5,. i'.. am! TPi cents, at'oiillng to tin tthtaiire Ihe Irtlr-h.i- d (o be tiiiticd, and d, tible the rut 'ton tin let r was on mote than one liio of aiT In IT".. - THE NATIONAL BANK of'lancastkr. Copfhil $50,000. A. It, IlKNNY. President. S. C. IlKNNY. Cashier J. K. IIAKKIS, Individual llook-krcpr- In either cne," lie nld. ng KINNAIRD PLACE. 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 elm 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 wash and for fuel. All necessary 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- 1 C (I TERMS announced at Sale. MUSIC by Brass Band. V D. JL THOMAS HEAL ESTATE Col. I. M. DUNN Auctioneer. Lancaster, Ky. ttovalln brought her bet note. sealed beref clo.e to Hie Eteat broken bird. width had ore toward the iky "V".' he prompted. "llegln It." the man Mid tendily Pare.f that Include everything." "Dearet," Tto.nlla wrote, and waited, "Today only, do I dare to tell joii that wbb'li ha long be'ii In tuy heart. I love, you. Aiwa). I think I hale loved you- - " She still walled a lie lay with elo.il eye apparently think Ins. llo.alki wu tlilnklng alo. She hail wl.hed for "omethlng to happen. Something mlniciiloti bad linpietiel. the '.omettilng' had darted Into her ftolltude from out u I'teur ,y. n:anrp It.elf, win cloe to lier, anil he, aii 1111111, but an onlooker. She thuught of thl tleureM 'girl' far nwav, won tiering If he had wearily for u step that never fame baik. Itut the ,n,uret girl did not Ihe, .he wai lire, In an old hou'o set fur luiik from the road, where brler and rare grew Ihk-k-, to screen and rlioke nuns life. The denret glri's loter hail not gone away year before, lie wa a )ouug lover Mill, Neither bad heart lei piirenta sent htm abroad to flnUli a niinlleal eilucntlon, killing romanee. eountry romanre they had (ailed It wllh one blow. And after twint fln the memory of that broken io niame villi had power' to bring a iult to KoR.'illii's blue eye. IIh had mnrrled- - her own lover of long ago n guy crentiire nbroail, whn had not lived long enough to return villi her htithnnd to hi home. And when he had returmil. taking up I if later cur hU fathir'i prartlee of niililne, Itosnltu kept resolutely find proudly out of hi way. Ah an nlllo rounded tho curve, she JiiniHil ntipreheni.lv'ely to lu r feet and hurried Into the house, U wlii the same ateji iho remeiiibereil, vvhldi now rinnkpil the ponh. a the doctor car ried the nvlntor iixin Ida own broad The Milne eonlldent laugh hack. vvhldi echneil hark from her sitting room. I'rvi-entlthe dodor Miiight her out. "We shall need jou," he said, hut Wh cei were upon her, ni ho talked with hit patient. And later when Itosalla mid her lor. nf long ago stood together be.ble the airplane In the garden, the doctor bent to plrk up a piece of paper. "Dearest," ho read, "today only, do I dare to tell Jou that which Iiiim long been In my heart, I love you. Always, I think, I have love you." lie. turned, na ho v. us leaving, to pnt the paper Into Itiwitln'a hand. I will come again thlt evening," lie said. And oa ahe would have continued tho young lover's letter, she saw beneath her own handwriting u hastily added line: "This la my nvssage to you, Itnnlla, the message I, injself, would have written." And when the moon shono through the old house windows at evening, she found herself afaln llsteulug fur step. pner,. atid So Surplus .1. i30,00(). Vlce.l'rt. Teller e K. STOK.MKS, M. THOMPSON. Ilook-K- IIUCII MOI1I.KY. Cenrr.l rper Safety (, .S. 11. Deposit Boxes For Rent. f WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinetiroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. K. Stormes, Denny, A. T, Sanders, Dr W M, Elliott, Directora. STOP! LOOK! tt of LISTEN! Wu sire uiiiiippod with niiicliiiifty to do all kimls AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE REPAIRING one. On all makes of Automobiles or KtiKines. Wu can furnish you with a new battery or repair your oltl guaranteed. We have installed battery charter and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Kngino or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will bo glad to come to your rescue cither day or night. No jobs too large or too small. Wo also carry a large stock of auto parts for b ords and other makes of cars. We handle tho New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any gasoline on the Market. other We ulso furnish Free Air anil are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos Gnrage Open Day nnd Night. Satisfaction Ma-chi- Patrick & Conn. irv HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. iAv Phone 31. D A I kit The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 18, 19 9 5 241 Acr es LINCOLN COUNTY LAND At AUCT ION Tuesday, Sept 23rd 10 O'CLOCK. 15c t The Velret ds b is twice s tbowa bere u 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 1 "No Rheumatics is a Nighty Poor Reason for Wearing a Wooden leg when tobacco is mild and cool, and yet ?p full of "fun" as a barrel of monkeys well, that's another storv that's Velvet , is a mighty sting or hot NOrecommendationburnin' tobacco. But for weak-knee- d 4 And 'cause why? SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN or W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Create on Wallpaper. - en i- ifrom wnlt-wirlnkle H !m'i- - "f liMIHie llli inrli'iiiile of win iiml nr It UHlll rnli Ijr NCllll tllf "'I' Willi. I,.. I Iron. Tin- - IiMIIiii: wjtr m Mi-- rl while Hi mI.i llii- - Krii- -' nf II"' Hie T rnn.iM- 'Cause Velvet is brought up not jerked' up by the hair. It's raised as carefully as a favorite child. It's cured in the big fresh air. And it mellows away for two years in wooden hogsheads 'til it's smooth and rich as cream. The wonder would be if Velvet ivasn't a whacking good pipe smoke. !l ir 'ht. Punishment, Auttfillan Newspapers. 'Mi.- - whole nf lift- - nyil experience Tin- - An.lml'nn i lily mrhiy iiml iniu!-riinMI iilliui" inmonthly lnin, tli.it rltli nr wrong ihe eihIn W4-rmlly tin- - Inc. wlielli.T ii ! l tin- lnlllutl"M-- . ,.r I lie' Emit m . In iihil l!ii inii.iiuiptloi. m newn-ilrltu.il iinliin l iiie In the tn I lir'nl .ilmie l tare, pri'tniM) lunulas I nu t t li iiipropi into K'wnnl or uiiilh. tin- - eoru u.r lumilhly n.r iii:i lie ilelajiil, hut n.ent. IViinllli-Ititn l.i lli-I iHllUltlllll iitv Mire In i nun. "Let Nature melloto yo' tobacco an' that tobacco will shore mellow yo' nature," says Velvety Joe. And he's pretty nearly right. .! Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAP in the wood does more to friendly than any camouflage you can cover it with and don't you forget it See, taste, smell feel the "real tobacconess" in Velvet Why, you can almost hear it Velvet's the tobacsco you can judge with your eyes wide open and specs on. NATURE-AGEING There's a whole lot in Nature's way of making good tobacco better. And it's all in Velvet Here's to a full pipe and a friendly one. 1 ''X --the Satisfaction In Doing Right. N tin' fnther unit mother of trimlili when we let It run Iimii In Hut In I hi- ii time iif ktin-o- . tin will mill Hit' heart mi- - uliuk ilotormlne full-- . After nil. when we ilu riant imr Wl' llllM' .lllli KitUrm ll"n I'WII If wi kllffiT. Itllt If We ilu linllllllE lull ilrlft iilmitf we luive nut i'M'ii tin1 MilNfnr. tliui if knowing IU' ileserw tu eouie ml rlElit. IniiiEliiiillim friendly tobacco Ilmnr Daily Thought Worth makes llii' limn, iiml want of It Beware First False Step. l llkf nil Mnml, ruggeil inn! without, n l.imliuj: iliii-i- ; wo cau neioi wlioii wo uro onco outinnri' side nf It SIImt Threads. the follow-- . 1'npo. ' v KINNAlkD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. Jolly Little Chipmur.k. iliiii' I In- - i Iiliiiiiiuk 1.IN I' n ull iiml liiriiniiiu'iit Inn til. - ' "dilrriii" ilii n nilniir nr.ilu Ii uiinlli'hi ilt,iuviui wlilrli tin' mlElily Miii' kimiI nf iiiiiiiri' I" fnivwi- - '.liming Tin' 'iirlli' nir ; Julillnnl iiml elml fur I In- - fri't' nf lionri. lnlnnntluu over Mime ilenr wri't unto of lil.v.lli- - iiii'lo. 1,1 fur tluixi' iilin lllrn, tn nwiiki-ilii'iiuiliix lillfia nr In thrill nil mitrleil tihiT lutn qiilvrrluK llle. in lu-In lii'ul fiirftw; miIimiiii iiiiiI cimimiIIiie Were All There. "It mimi'I ftiir III llllllk llll llllwll nil tliut unnl In pcllln;," Mil. I .In in-- i Outspoken Athenian. iii Mi mini' III fiiim mImhiI, "I liatl nil IIh Ii'IIitk In nut 1 illiln't nrriiiiKe Mnre Hum lueiily Minv liumlreil tlii'in rltlit." ii'ak. yciim HE" u jiuiiiE A'lieiiuiu, of lltx wife, kiilil III Sncriti'i: , ins Not Appieclateo. "U'lien I saw that .he Iiml imniler nn A tnurli-- t miii Iu'Iiil' ill K i'ii iliriiucri her fuie to iiinke It u tiller uml rmi,'" Eh'ii hi Srntli'nU, uuJ tn mute It ritliler, uml Ihm she wnx n pliluiit-iiui- ' t iililli- - Ii!- - i'iiiiii:iniiiii lutn raji-lurkliiHx to upiiear taller, I nii'i- Hi.' ull'l. ni'lril. iiut.lqrplr. tolil lirr It wiih n ilikhonoraMe fur her lug fi'ilurot nf I hi-- il.mi li jnwnwl lo try to ileeelve me alMiut her lieuuty I'vrr lilt lijnr nml iii'.iiii'r. "Don't uk fur me In try tu ileeelve her ulioiit ilrlvi'afk-si- . my iiroperly. urn III. i' ll.i' uli-ii- . lr I milled thai, ultliouiili nt a luiilli-iil.iilttlkliiE sot. ler art iiiIrIiI linpoae uhiii oilier, ''iVIiy." Erunlitl tin" loiill'l "I siiiki they iiiiiM not Impoae upou me, who UV nil riulit. I'm I iii:i t vt'c uuy of mi w her ut iill tlinen." Voillh'a Com tin- - mi'ii-r- y for tliuso v." UliiiJ bills I" ;..inlou. English Surgeun In Civil War. Wjnilhiini. the fiimoiK Sir Cliiirli-lu KiiKllxli nrtor, n rveil uh a nurci-othe American Civil wur. . I'' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 18. 1919 FREE-BARBE- CUE DINNER-FR- EE AND in 700 ACRES OF THE Sub-divid- ed BEST LAND IN BOYLE COUNTY AT AUCTION. AT 10:30 A. H. Thursday, Sept 25th, 1-2 miles from Danville, on the Danville-Stanfor- d Pike, the property The famous "Spring Hill" Stock Farm, only 3 in Five Tracts, acreage of each approximately as follows: (Improvements on every of 'Mr. J. A. Robinson; tract.) TRACT NO. 1 60 acres, all in grass; has good small house; barn; cistern; everlasting water; long pike frontage; lies well and is ready for the plow. brick residence of 12 rooms; fwo TRACT NO. 2 250 acres, all in grass except 50 acres. Magnificent two-stor- y bath rooms, completely equipped with water system, light plant, basement under entire house; heated with furnace; a residence you could not duplicate today for $30,000. An $8,000 stock barn, with water and lights therein; also one smaller stock barn; two tenant houses; stock scales; blacksmith shop; dairy barn; hard roadway from the pike to the residence; never failing water all over the place. Nothing left to be done to this one. It is ready for you and your family. good residence, very attractive; tenant TRACT NO. 3. 164 acres, all in grass except IS acres; one two-stor- y house; splendid stock barn; one 15 acre tobacco barn: also another stock barn. Everlasting springs feeding three concrete pools; concrete reservoir at the stock barn. nine-rooy TRACT NO. 4 190 acres, residence, good cellar and outbuildings; best cattle barn in Kentucky; one good stock barn; tobacco barn; slaughter house; stock scales; two concrete silos, 16x52; tenant house; cistern at house.'This tract watered by concrete pools fed by everlasting springs, also watered by famous Hanging Fork. About 60 acres of this tract consists of the famous Hanging Fork bottom land, all of which has been tiled. two-storm 12-acre I TRACT NO. 5 About 30 acres, small house and barn, borders on the famous Hanging Fork. is rich Hanging Fork bottom land; no better anywhere. Every foot of this FREE DINNER will be seryed to those attending promptly at twelve o'clock; the sale begins at 10:30, so be on time. A fine Brass Band will furnish music for the occasion. Owing to the enormous investment in improvements and the unusual quality of the soil, to say nothing of how well f. it has been cared for, makes it impossible to adequately describe this magnificent estate. Therefore, we invite a close inspection, as we welcome an opportunity to show it to you. Our automobiles are at your service and if you wish to see the property, call on or telephone: COL. I. M. DUNN, Danville, Ky. HUGHES & McCARTY, Stanford, Ky. JAKE ROBINSON, at the Hawkins Farm, near the property. D. A. THOMAS, Real Estate, Lancaster, Ky.' 1-- : ' . S v ' ' . "! ' y , t This farm has 2 2 miles pike frontage on one of the best highways in the State; is close to Danville, which little city has been designated as one of the model towns of the United States; having the best of school and citizenship, a t place to properly raise and educate at the lowest expense, those children of yours, and the best place on earth in which to live. MR. BUYER, OR MR. INVESTOR, DO NOT OVERLOOK THIS GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. The United Realty Company. O. T. WALLACE, WM..M. NICHOLLS, GEORGE W. CRAWFORD, Managers. LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 18, 1919 PUBLIC - OF SALE 175 Acres of Land Stock and Implements. In order to close up the partnership we will on Tuesday, September 23rd, 1919 AT TEN O'CLOCK PROMPTLY. sell to the highest and best bidder, the place known as the "Buck Henry" farm, lying on the Poor House pike and about two miles from Hyattsville, containing 175 acres. most money to be accepted. i This farm will be first sold in three tracts to suit the purchasers and then sold as a whole, the one realizing the The farm is one of the best producing farms in this neighborhood, has splendid two story out-buildin- frame dwelling, with ten rooms, good stock barn, two good corn cribs, farm scales and all necessary The farm is well adapted for tobacco, wheat, corn and hemp, about sixty acres being now in cultivation. LIVE STOCK. One pair of four year old mare mules, well broken: one pair of four year old mare mules unbroken; one pair of two year old mules; two mule colts, ready to wean; four brood mares, all good drivers; one good six year old mare mule and one three year old horse mule; One yearling horse mule; one good plantation mare; Two 2 year old saddle colts. Four milk cows with calves by side, all good ones; seven yearly cattle, weighing about 700 pounds; - sixty good grade ewes and three Southdown bucks. Farming Implements. One good two horse wagon; One hemp machine. Brown Manley Cultivator; One Deering Mowing Machine; One practically new hemp machine, with seeder; and other farming implements. Some household and kitchen furniture. TERMS ON LAND, one third cash, January 1st, 1920, when possession will be given, balance one and two years with interest from January 1st, 1920, bearing 6 per cent interest. TERMS ON PERSONALTIES: $20.00 and under, cash in hand, over that amount, negotiable note SEEDING PRIVILEGES ALLOWED. payable in twelve months, bearing six per cent interest from date of sale. LEWIS & PAUL ARNOLD A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Rdcord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 18 1919. MAKES SPLENDID CIRCUS TO i COMING CERTIFICATE IE : c SGARETTE-fyou want to know what rare and unusual enjoyment Camels provide smoke them in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price! If STAMPS. c A TOWN IN LAFAYETTE COUNTY, SELLS tS.000 IN ONC DAY, , , Lancaster ONE DAY ONLY $15000 SOLO TO ONE FAMILY Hereafter Each County Record Will Appear Month! in Savings Herald. Friday, Sept 19th LARGEST CIRCUS EVER FXHIBITED HEJtE are a cigarette revelation any CAMELS consider them! Take quality, or refreshing flavor and fragrance: or, that you wonderful never before got in a cigarette smokel Yet d and so Camels are so you marvel that so much delight could be put into a cigarette I ss K'nrip, Arkansns, has an arllnlt) That sftlnll) 1 War flavins, tftanips an.l Tre.isur) SavliiK Certificates. Stump is a town ot S,.tui popula thin In I.afaette count), in the ex tti me simihneM corner of Arkan.si. 'Hie luunty his a popiil.iilon of 13, durlnc the Litter pirt of r' A ltamse, nne of Ihe ileld inker, under Moorebi.ul WiUht t.aie dfrei tur for Arkan.i.. visited ri'amp and in one da) sold IS.'iOii orth of the new Treasury (Uvlrir.. One famll) look sli of a i.e tl.vnil Certlfli'.lles f.lln 1. .hert V. Mrr I.'IIj, W11H.1111 T, ,V.,t. V ami Mar) () Ha. hi.n.m C I.. Mt .ihe, president of tin IttuP-oHank aiiulher purrha.er, a va Mrs iJmah .Uuu;li When one stops In ilo a little cal'-u-1- . Ion :t will be si en that Mr Ham n In one uf. aihleved $147 per :iu!ta jjI fur 'he ens of Slump a.id I ihe tiiti;i. oinit he had in one i! ohfalniil a p r capita sale of AiiKUi-t- . v I Smoker reatite inue it in M the cigarette and Jo M not expect premium or coupons fAof Mr Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them so irresistibly appetizing! And. the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! :iOne day r7 I I Wait For The Big Circus. tf4 ittt1 'IKatMfi l libiti lS;aiJ Mti.j, IWtmlllitl 2G- - FAMOUS ir!wH. lHtt htrK LiarMMttWnHMHnl nkt(l rimt. ltpm I hi (, Ut4 Hrin4 m4 fJfr1ul lUjdi.it, Iftfh .r ftrUrnii( rtVplitnl. of tobacco smoked straight! psckt(300rttrrttr s You will prefer Camels to either kind CLOWNS aVr,V7 ltfIk?, Yflr. I'lc or. arirra anthiVy aJ par, ajra of 0 riiarttn or ten Cam in er mW in VW arronfv rtrommntf Imb rarfon or frr homr or offh supply or when you travel rf.v. You'll realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor! Once you know Camels you won't take much stock in premiums, coupons or gifts! You'll prefer Camel quality! ciga-rett- y r v; it rw e i. rt R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C Paste for Brown Leather. An excellent uitc fur brown lent? er i innflp of Imo ounces i if v,,n m:ip. t jiir onnn! of hce.vin, two minces ,,r nd Imlf tin ounce of nent's foot Oil. .Melt umi. win ntnl ..II i Iher, then remove from tire mid ailil the turpentine. Stir well. Wlieu cold apply with n bnih. nrntlne ' Little Helen's Idea. Helen ll.nl il jtimmI illliixllliltiiill, One .1.) I ii l: l io I 111:1 n' iln.r, when Imn. lic un seen cnivvliu;; mi nil four. ' The blind limn" stnnilileit over her mitl when k)ic nticiieref her cc it ml nskeil why Helen wni down mi her klicis. Helen replliil: "I thought Jou wolilil think It w;i n iloc." Painful Insinuation. "hi. to niin!r mint him n fnniily imrtnilt "Wh: n n r Dim v nav tluit ilri -- i il untitle'' Auntie'Tluit l the win inllemen ilrrseil more tliim n ht:n Utile .n h.ir ih'il jenrs " when t'elltlemell ilri"iil what tlhl you wenrtf" I DANVILLE r n'el). some uf the counties have tailed "Ami to irrssp the upportunltv offered, and tluit vvny the sales have been so Brant as to le almost nil I'viry person who takes an Interest In lommiinlty hi standmc ot hi I'lllllld ihereiore see that the sales t . Ins September Increase to th u' t ist s'i ms to clvi his community a h standing In this movement that has he indorsement of the financiers i erywhereand whlih has been urKed b he t'nlied Slales Treasuiv offl. c Is p inh Ip.illon of Sfiimps or Lalavette c, uni .n the Thrift lampamn Iimiiku IMud by the I'nileil Slates Tre.-iur- t I I I'srluu-n- t It im rely record what al Mem did In one da t HeKimiillVT with the next ii.slle of the S. vlnus Herald the remrd of eai h IJ uiiniy iu Mlsroiiri Vrknnsa u id K tucky will be tabulatid and printed . I tabll-hr- d Tlie rei ord thin by jifa (J lie niiinty l cerlaln to be uoikI In many other lountle.. In all o( the A rtntes, some of the rtmnlle will have a most enviable rnfnr'un ,J I Till" does not begin to tell of the V vf - v r. . .X : . . t i . .i,.r i j J i J i A SHOW OK SUl'KhMELY.STUPKNDOUS A I 2 i SUI!'KISliS CITY PRaPEHTY Dwelling and Store Building at Counties In the Kllhfh District are rutnK to have to put new eiierxv intn If thev are to remain In i the campaign rompetlllon with ccmntles In some of the olber states. Texas fust now Is making a remarkably Kood showing, liorman, Tex., re. ports the sale of $71,100 worth of the new Treasury Savings Certificates In Desdemona, Tex., a brief campaign. bought 138,000 worth of the Peril". that before Septem ales and advises ber 11. $2fi.O00 would be added. Oni , of the banks in Annahuac. Cbainbeia liountry, has bought $76,000 worth of 'the Certificates for resale. Liberty bunt), Tex, with a uunla of $05,000, has already exi ceded Its ipiota PERFOKMtftS ! CfitlfKnc, rythHff N, Clljr An HarM htn Cm$Jh.I'iI Um,I arth M Moritkut tmiwiwiil I nlrVfriT IM VralMarl lhi.f(utl llrJiir irmanvarwl 111 il HHW Alt KUI V t IVIM I'LII a II Mllt. II flit. FREE TO ALL -- ONE MILE OF MAGN1FICEMT PARADE - DAILY NT PEERLESS PROGRAM OF B . QM aN MMIN am NI. llV lUmt tr Cpim M()W mt I aa4 7, TwUwm Oaa tit I ! W. 0. Funeral Lancaster. Xr$TaXr.TB RIGNEY Embalmer. X. Kpjiileiice I'lnihf AUCTION Saturday, Sept 20th, at 3p. m. The property of E. C. BRUMMITT, No. 8 Broadway. Right at Graded School. Lot 63 X 132 feet. 6 room, 2 story Lights, Gas-Ba- th and Toilet. Store Room, 18 X 36, on corner of lot. A Dandy place for any one wanting to go hi busines- sA nice home, or a splendid investment proposition to rent for 20 per cent on your money. Look it over before the sale and REMEMBER the date. dwelling-Furnace-Electric I Director and A BAS THE POOR HOUSE. U, S. Government's Has Effect of Eliminating Alms Houses. Thrift Campaign Ollice riKitic l. Kentucky. ) s Tour bousis are leolni: out of stylo. It seems from the leport of the'euper-inlcnden- l ol a hospital fur the poor In Massachiiselia Until the past year. th Inmates uf poor bouses had steadily Increased In almost every from )ear to ytar ae of ant hiiiouk these forlorn old im utile it Is ascertained that their j resent state could have been aerle.l If. ilurlns their arninu years Ibey had learned tlie principle of thrift Uut for several )ear. since the ltd vei.l ot iliei Kinernmenfs savings plan, ie has bina le .ilid less demand cm public Institutions of iharlty Tin tun he traced directly, tu Hie uen"ll c 4 results of a cuinpalisn for thrift. XS her with i'ie r ' acr Iblllty of Sovernnient Hcnrltle bearinir. splendid rates uf Interest The sav Inca hah-I- t may be arqulred with hardly more i (Tort than that of quanderlni;, If th rhtbl Incentive 1 supplied mid an effective means of Investment provided, It Is proved. t f THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR HELENA BANKS PERFECT Each Dank in Hustling Arkansas city Has Granada Savings Banks. Helena, one of the molt enlerpilslnt cities In Arkansas, Is luakliiK prepa-rationtu dispose of a large number of the Hand Grenade Savings Hanks. The three banks In that city have placed orders fur the hand grenades nd will be ready to distribute atma la a few days, ells- In Arkansas would CO ir 101) per cvnt on tbess hand grtoadca. as tbe DtDsl Ol lieiuw uav uwn, u.v latt would nisia a wonderful ikow-iIn the campaign that U no w. SWIWOIO, The Real Estate W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Man The Chevrolet Motor Car is in pvery respect. Iluilt for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00v "3aby Grind" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 P. O. Ii. Factory. A car loati of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. v ' Lancaster, Ky. ti.n PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 18, 1919 1 435 Acres of Madison County Land at Auction AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. Lick, 7 l'.3CC3SMM9SMeMCatO3C3C3SS33S330CS3C3CSS3 Wednesday, September 24th, This farm we will sell for O. H. HENDREN AND R. G. WOODS. 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 Grass. 100 ACRES VIRGIN BLUE GRASS SOD. This land is ready to "Punch" ben 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. n. " SALE.' SOMEBODY MAY GET A BARGAIN. Buyers at,Swinebroad's salesget a square deal. For further particulars see Doc Hendren, R. G. Woods, or SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager,. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. Hank of River N :il K nlout lis iliff; thence down the hill N 70 V ' . "Inventor" of Pork and Beans. Concerning Names. .point tu a ilnun, torm-- to Hlnkcman; 10 poles to a willow ut the South bank r.nriisliiiinn. Daniel An. eccentric Said tin- - nlicrvlng cu. "When an theme with HlakcniHn's line East lslnf Ky. ltixcr: thence down the South net re Mart nut to make a name fni Pay (Snd. Is neereilltril wllh the , ,,f :lvr x - w 10 i",,es v; herself sho lias to think up a good one veiitloii of jHirl; and beans. The Mrstj QAI h flh 1 ANn '" rrnrr f'nr' m'"r '"i' "f niilay In eaih .Inly he would ite-i-- , kjriLiLi VI UniWUhil; thence with fence S C14 E 'JO 114 W at 15 poles cross mouth of to Mart with before she makes It." Me. a party of friends under an mil: lit I jlmlcs to corner of fence; thence N White Oak Creek, in nil 10 poles, to n the forest and feast them on liaeou an , One's Too Many Sometimes. .514 K H K)le tu a jniint In Polly sycamore N 24 W 41 poles N 174 Leans. From this festival grew tlie t.jiranl Circuit Cmirl. we hail twu Iienil'," remarked "If S W 10 iwles N 10 W 70 poles Noitli Hend pike, an elm pointer hear popularity of the dlh. I'lutnUtTn lane more I.lnie Williams, it nl the man on the ear, "in-4: W IS links, corner to Lot No. 4; "I Hiles N - E 'J I poles to a walnut troulile getting them in track than we W thence with I.ot No. I with center near lower end of lsittom; thence N Floor Bleach, llcfrndants of l'olly Hend pike S II', E 7 poles 'J I K alKiut "ii poles to the mouth of liae Willi mis feet." Toledo lllade. Spdlrr Ijiiic. ct al, undresseil hard- tf nn unfilled uray apply n solu wood floor P,ursusnt to a judgment icndcrcd S .'i W 20 poles S 21 W 27 poles South a drain; thence up said drain N t"Sj Something to Think About. tion of two ounces of oxalle aelil ills at the August Term. 1111. the under- JO poles S 1.1 W 30 pole S K 2fi W 20 poles to a stake in drain with "I reckons." said l'nele I'l.en. "dat sohed In Jueuoiih water to wet It signed Commissioner will nil ut pub- poles S 84 K IX poles S 134 K IS 'pointers, thence "with Hlnkcmnn's line II ciilidldate has In In- rklit not well all over. Lol stand fifteen or lic auction to the- hijihost bidder on poles .S fi W 14 poles S 39 W 10, s M4 V 13 poles to a stake in l'olly tn let do handshakln' xll to twenty miniiies: tlu-rinse In cold wpn l the land near llucnu Vita, in Bi in- poles h w w ft poles .s n.i iienil pike, turner to Iaic Tso. s, an lie m inudi of ii halilt dat II Interferes iter nnd proceed to wash will.oiit suds Kentucky, nt 10::!0 Miles pass corner of Lot .1 ii 4, in i Im Inure S 4S W 15 links; thence wlf hl.I ofllee work when he sits dc us usual. (bounty, all .'I poles In a stake; thence S fi'J with Lot No. 2 with center of l'olly Joh." i uiliHk, .V. JV. " " r.li.r..-i.- i contain lieml pike, S ll'i K 7 poles S fi W Saved In Nick of Time. real estate jV 10 poles to the SKPTKMIIEK 'Jl. 1UI!', the Auto Service In Porto Rico, Jinny wonderful hargalns are recordJO poles S 21 V 27 poles South 20 C '.'U acres, nunc or less. mention.il in the pleadings and do- -' Is nhout 1ISI miles lour ed In i'orlo Itlco with ol. hooks. The LOT No, II. Ileglnnlng t.t a stake k.Ics S l.'l W SO iwles S 4 K 211 poles I iv 10 miles wide, nnd aiitolius lines cnU-ius follows: i prlce'ess roverdale lllhle In the Saul land is in four ttacts and in l'olly Hend pil.e, corner to Ix)t No. S S3 K IS poles S 1.1'i K IS poles "uriilsli satisfactory senlee In cover-In- : llhrary. for instance, was Museum V poles S .'W W 10 poles to & 2; thence with Lot No. 'J N ,V. E S r the parts of the country where I ion cl it hy nn amateur hook collector en the waters of Kentucky Itiwr: stake with walnut pointers; thnre S rallun)s are not nvallalile. For the from a hutiher who was at n point m 10 poles to n stake; thence S S.'i nnd LOT 1. IK'i lieiielit of lourlsts and others n dally nstenNhed oil helne offered ten shJ. of l'olly Hend pike, it being a at l poles pass cute in Kront of hi V S poles; thence N Kt nutomohlle service coDneets San .liian, Inss for It. lie was ahoiit m ue Its poles to u stake.poles to the liecinninir, containini; hit lomcr of IaiI Nil. 2 and II; thence dwellinir, in all :i. on tin- - north, wllh l'mice, on Hie south vnlinihle leaves to wrap up his meat. with tin- - lines of Lot No. 2, N K 'in pike, corner to lit. No. 4, the N.ucres, more or less. of the Island, a run of live hours. The purpose or the sale hctein is N 77'aW. corner of tohacco harn hears h W 154 poles to a walnut Ths Sea. Still 21 K 14 links; thence with Lot No. 4, to pay the imlehtedness against the ' W HI iMilea to u stnke in old Livingstone Memorial. a tide Sliakespi nie tills Hi tin re House hranch; n mulberry hears SS 7'a v nt y4' poles pass corner land nnd tn divide the proceeds (me of the most curious memorial In Hie affairs of men. Certainly there II links; thence down saidiof 1it No. 4 und land of Sarah Ijine.iiunlninc ufter payintr the said debts of Llilm:liine Is Ihe "Name Tree." 114 men. lie nin-- i ii a tJiie in Hie nn. in poles tn comer ol among the joint owners thereof. hranch N 2l'i' K TJ poles to a s)ca- - ill all 10li4-ll- l of himself who limr Victoria falls, on the Zambesi, On In- ery TKI1MS. lie Irnnk I.hliirstnne cut hi Initial doe mil know thai Hid mind rises ami more; theme N 7 K at :!2 poles pass-- fence; thence N K W 744 poles to day of III nil IWi on and oer a hitth ledcu in all III! poles, N corner of Jtnninir und NKliia Ume; The sale will be made on u credit iMist Hie datethe fnll. Ihe his book, giv- falls. Ilia! It swells Into In K CO of six nnd twehe months and the pur1 n fades lulu emotions llt In and 11 V 14 poles N fil W 10 poles to the 'thence with their line ing ail nccoiint of this. I.Iliictiino nod weakness. We kmin not how, we to execute mouth of said hianch, on South side poles to stake in l'olly Hend pike, chaser, will bo required ajs: "This was the only Instance In know not why. TIiisii1iIIiis Parsons. of Kentucky l!icr; thence down thecoiner to Lot No. 1; thence with Lot bonds with approved security for the 'which 1 Indulged In this piece of van- N o0 K 20 poles; thence N 474 purchase price, -S W W ahoutN'o. snld bonds bearing liiy." South luirtk of liverj - six per cent Sllverte a New Metal. interest from date until 112 poles tu Mrs. (lieen's line; thence K 20 poles to the lieRinnlnir. contninA new ili velopiiii i tit ihe alloying; . Hith her line hp the hill and cliff. SJliiir 41"" '". Hecinnlni: ' nt u stake paid, having the forco nnd elicit of Life Not All Chjnce. of aluminum with ultn'r inelnls ha LOT No. 4. n Judgment upon which execution niny K 2:1 imiK-to u vomer of fence, Events an- - slinpiiess except as per- Just n iiiTiniipllslieil by the prislue- liny Williams corner; thence with his in l'olly llemj I'ike, corner to Uit Nn. issue, payable to W. II, Ilrown, Mus- sonality shapes Ihem. Itlrth nnd death tllui of "sllierlte." This lui'lal Is some--' of line S K54 K MM H.les S SI K 22 ,i; the N. V. tomer of tobacco barn ter Commissioner of tho Gatrnrd'Cii-ii- i mil (hanging fortunes are common In thing entirely new and Is comim-ci- l COMMISSIONER'S r I I In-- "'" ;i- I ) Excels the Nightingale. The heniill thrush Is declared tn li the most taleiilii! ami hrllllant singer In the world, iml excepting the nlulillugnlc. mijs the Auieilean Poro-.!-r. The lull of this lltlli. hird Isnf a hiowii. much bright er than the hack and head, while the lireast N iu!li lnii j- - su!tfd nllh It uliiteis lu Ihe (Jiilf siati.. Ports on Chilean Coast um . ('It le has a loin; line uhich extends' from ahmit IS decrees in ,'rfi soulh Intltiiile. The section of Chile extend from approliualely Ihe elhtecnlli tn the forty-seeoiiparallel, while the Insular or nn hlpeltio section extends from the forty-seconto Hie HftvlMli par-u- ! III. In lldi lou stretth of roast there eie iiuuierc-- s ports. . ! 1 -I - l - Oar-tan- ! eoniu-etloi- i l Ilrlt-Isl- 1 1 1 delii.-hte- Reasons ! . 1 - imoli-cnn- ut 1 stn-usll- i 111- Why yru itiouM use Catdui, Ihe woman's Ionic, lor your troubles, have been shown In thousands ol tellers from actual users ol this mcdi-cinwho tpeak from rttsonal e.xpcri:i.cc. II results by other w oir.en I r s' many cood, why not Rirc Cardui a trial? .ars ltt'.c i.iiii. ly 1 '"' Take I poles to a mulherry on Kust hank nf Still House hraiirh; thence S 04 W hi poles to a stnke ill center of l'olly Hend pik'e, comer to bit No. !li thence with Lot No. II willi center of pike N HO K 2i imles N 47 4 K 2d poles to the bcKinnlnir, containini; 41 urres, mine or less. LOT No. 2. Heninninir at a stake in center of l'olly Hend Pike, corner of Ut No. 1 & Hi theme' with Ui u No. I N fiS4 W ut 44 1" walnut, in all 1S4 IIm to n wulnut; thence N 774 W 1 poles to a stake In Still House blanch; thence down K 32 poles to a said hrtinch N sycamore then N 7 K :10 poles; thence N 31 W 14 poles N 151 W 10 poles to tho mouth of branch on South side 'f Ky. Itivi-r- ; thence up tho South H' 24' hears S 21 K 41 links; thence with Lot No. !! S 74 W V44 poles to cor-ne- r of Sarah Ijiih-- ; thence with her line S 444 K 10 poles thenco S 454 V. at fill poles pass over a high cliff, in all Ct poles to a sugar tree under the cliir; thence down the hill N fil K 10 poles to 4 syiumores on West side of White Oak Creek; thence down White Oak Creek N 22 W 12 poles N 12 K 2n poles N 474 W IS poles N 20 W 24 poles N 8 K 2S poles to two box elders on east bank of creek ut upper end of u bottom turner to the II ucrc tract bought of Oeorge Ituble; thence to Include said 3 acies a ""K"'" up the hill S CO K 12 pol tree at base of cliff; thence with the cliff N G2 K 17 poles to a while oak, S 35 V. 14 poles to a beech under the Really Not their Fault. Marjnrle and Clen are prim IHlle listers, and as there Is a lialiy hrnlhel' mamma has some trouble pulling on lie last touches nnd getting them imiy In school morning". In the Interest of discipline their teacher was SALK OK I'KUSONAL I'ROl'Elt-T- obliged to lecture Ihem on lurdluess ami next morning they were late ON AT SAME PREMISES She walled for Ihem ut the TIME HY THE ADMINISTRATOR. door, trying tn IihiIc stern, but Cleu upset all her dlicnlty und cut her lets Optlmlstie Thought lure short by observing; "Well, we Many a one threaten while he can't help It If you ring the bell loo quakes with fear. soon," it Court, and u lien will he reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. Said land will first be offered in four tiacts us nt out herein and then offered us u whole and thu bid or bids will be accepted which rcnliies tho most money. W. II. 11K0WN. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. L. L. WALKEIf, Attorney for l'lain-tiff- s. humanity, but what different Individuals make of them Is a foreier varying story. Wo cannot know what es awult u. hut may know- well, by what we are making of ourselves, how we shall pass through them. a mixture of aluminum and copper, l In arlng proportions. line and nt'cordiug to riipilremeius. The allo-In- g of sieii wllh aluminum Is somewhat slarlllng and at llrst thought seem In be linpiroihle, yet It Is r The Woman's Tonic Ctillcn, "About -- u.'fercd Mrs. Alary J. Irvii, cl Vi , !I wrilrri agft, I 1) jiars j!e, v, Oct All the Rett Possible. lteiiiemlier nl w u x In relax when no activity Is required of jhi. When you do not choose sit dim ii, rest nil over u rocker and waste jmir energy propelling It Id nn Invisible destruction; nor lap jour ringers on the chalrarm. nor linger Ihe buckle nl nur waist or the chain about your Ihrout; nor tin your tin t up In when they should rest easily on the floor. If you think nhout It you will be amazed to find how much reul rest time you bare ifwiiys wasted. i" ,i Jt lemalj i misery ,aijj. nurr.birj would j;q lor llirf wcehs bent dir.: 'c , . v My wct.l S J C. for ;- - 11 Al!:r UUInr; c'Jf-'t'.vo bal'.lcs I btr.an r.oiag around and v. hen I took Ihrro L'ottlis I cxld do E-- ) all my work." ... Ice.'-a:h- o, I ... The Central Record, Lancaster PRINCESS AS CUPID By RENE THURLOW. Ky. Thursday, Sept 18. 1919. 1 .B i JUNIORS PLAN TO BE BROTHERS AND SISTERS CHILDREN to TO WORLD W. A. WHEELER DENTIST (ienvral tit stlicllc Locnl and I'liin Kc.liiied to the Administered method Must modern minimum All work Ktinruntevil employed Olfice over Stormes' Driii; Htore ljimat.r U Phone H2'.i I'rltn-- mill Major wete tw large, ih III inreleMie, At seven o'eloik ns lilik eimie imll III', on hit gauntlets, he foil ml 1 sited owl l.lulk tavalry hnre. Had Ibey nut hncd euth l Iit only m horses cull, ll.ej vtould iitil lime been the moans nf hrliiiMii: tinellier ttvo ynun:: hearts M llUll enlne u-r- j ninr lu'liiir trussed In Impeles love. tin- - llll-tof flerill.lll.e Ilviin ii fuloiifl Harris Hnd was puji lnjr lilm u n from visit ut I'ort 'orll. It Major' hack that llrk Wciitnorlh, n handsome 1ieutfi.mil there, luitl tnlil lieruldlne he lnt.ed her; It un while wi llllliK mi mi old l.ic hi tin' side. Print p mill .Miijnr ttmidliu: near by, llmt tieiulillue promised ti be tlinmcli Mils' wife; mill alas. It Princess mill Major that tin' fell mil. IHck linil asked her If she would ride wllh lilm th.it hii'iiIiik ut 7, anil she ati'tiered: "Willi (lie greatest of pleasure. A fet minutes before tlie upliitltftl hour she stood on Ihe wide vcninthi Imlii'linr the rnloiiel's quarter. Ssctt-o'clock emne and went, l ilt no Hi(k. Half pat vieii mllirl hy nml 111 iin l lilik: eluhl oVInrk m rlnsl and with It Serjeant liruy In hi- - large Lmriiij.' vnr. for ii rlile. Miss i:iiti. nil. do ( plain nml Mrs. Wlllhiini are pun. nil fur n rhle and t wiiut oii for i.n fourth." 1 ""Indeed, lie pleased M. repllisl, pl.llt-.- l lit Pick's ell Itolhers and litef n ' IB M1 Wm WB9VV Mm :--! m QOOD ulT IDEA! Open your si children of lint what the hiil boyi and Klrli of tnerlra are roln to be riilltd from now on The Junior Membership department nf the Itrd Crii.it ha a plan which will kiiUit Ken them all Into thin relatlonnhlp the maller kldd'e will t Includtd In eenlrul Hurope tou.OOO rhlblien are utartlni; T5.000 are hunsr) and Slxt hnmelen in I'etrncrad alone per cent of the membership fees am to he sent In National Headquarter for a National Children'. Fund to re. llcve siiffirliiK thrniiKhout the world .In America, In umallcr nnnibera, the're ale children In need of help. These unfortunate are not lo be for-- I Rotten while the orphans of Pranc uud llelgluni ar." rereltlne aid Th rimalnlnc forty per rent of the Junior fees, u.s well as any additional money raised b) the srhis.l children. Is to bs expended for community artlrltles Under this head Ibrre are many Crlppbd ihlldren are to be classes found In almost nn fnwn. and th Juniors will hslp them to buy crutches l.lttle or aitltlrlal hands and lei;s folks In need of hospital or n. .nal care will bate Atmrtcan lied I'ro.s Juniors riad) to foot the bills it the fathers aren't able to pa th LITTLK i. J. Byrne ' Optometrist. DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. Oft Ice Hour A Exclusive lo 12 and 1 to 5 p in. M. S. HATFIELD Office over The Garrard Hank Phone.- - Office 5. Ke.iJence 37(1. KHNTUCKYJ LANCASTP.n. DENTISTS J. A.tfeazlev MKUCTOI. tllllce (iter National llsns ItesldeliCe t'htnie 3 till ce Pbtine !.AN( ASTKIt. KV 'J7 this vay tear part of the tup Junior auilllarlr .'111 try lo tarnl diterslon for Ihe rhll In n who ''ie In .IIictly ginning u Utile distance olT. Then followed a temper-tryinCllllle. For three quarter of tin hour the) onus nftw-e- r upprniiche.1 llrst one l.ure unil then the ither. Jul when he thought I. hand was ... i i the bridle, up would pi ii pair of heel mnl the lilai k beast would Mlllllper off. The reMilt vta, Dick a one hour liter than he ha. I promised. A the unto was making the turn nt tin cml of the roa.l. a hot, dusty young ii'hii with two coal black horses rode up ti Ihe colonel's gate. He found (Jeral-ilin- e gone. Vnre Hill, he heard her voice flouting hack In the wind. The next morning, while out for a istr.tll. lieruldlne met Dick and waited for lilm to explain his tnrdlness. while In united for her to explain her ah- , mid a coolness arose. That nfleri.oou they were to attend it hall mime hut Dick Hiked Sergeant t'rny to take Id plait excusing blue sell on the plea of unfoiespeu dull. hop night, hut The next night liernhllue did not Hud herself able to g. as T)ick was to hae heeu In-- r emrt, hi he went alone. Soouutter, Dulj.re-eelie- d a neat little packave of brass buttons uud other souvenir- - addressed to "Mr. Wentwortb," and "Miss 1 'ii received 11 idmtlnr package i tiitalnlne a pair nf crocheted -- llpperi an! uriii elustlcn, wtiereiiiii hnil. the day they ever met. Sep;raher came with Ihe llr-- t lint of aututuu. a tnellow haze Mifti nitl the outline of each grern ilad hill mid mountain, and the sun n.-- e retl and nulled uu unclouded course emh day. (ifrahline. was out rFdlni: on I'ducfwith Serceaut limy. Tlie iuii wn Jut Sellllii; over the weleni hllN, hut for Ihe lirt tllne Muce Inst June (ieraldlue did mil unlit e IU heauty, "In It really neiessary lli.il yon i:.. hack Kait tomorrow, ' SIN KuuisV n.ked SerKeunt liray, iioiln. the til. tent, faraway look on her fine. Her answer was Interrupted hj I'rln.ess who for u Itiomellt seemed allliost iin iiiiinaueahle, "How uneas) your hotse Is, ,Ms llvuns." "Vei, she h always so without Mi., jor. Who Is that couiIuk hehlml iis" It wui DUk nu Mujnr. "I must s.ij SMMl-bto her," he thouuhl. "If I were to spur .Major on mm pass llieui at u tun, I'rlncess would siuely follow." The llylny horse and rider puss..ii II. tin. Jlnj.tr whinnied u he siitnv.1 hs eouiimilou nml t'rintess nrihtsl hr Klossj net'V'aiiil wii ufler llllll like Ihe wind. only. Protects the Lucky Strike cigarette a cigarette made of that delicious real Bur-Ic- y tobacco. It's toasted. orphanages and for the shut 111 T' Ideal of th pman.iallon Is to est,', ll.h International iindrritanil.n.' and to pro-tidi;nod will amonc all ihlldren mntltes for puriMiseful siIhhiI ar nJ tDltles, and to carry out Ideal h.iblts of service NEW EDUCATIONAL H. .1. PATKICK. Kpntucky Dtintiist. Paint Lick. Qn Guaranteed by IDEAS ANNOUNCED OppoTd Ii Droth-r- s wi ibr.s' . r the Y.t vs n i i.nlt nf them li'iil inivllii'iff I will r.illn'lln" lb,. u st,,,v ;imib (terutntin, ' isliKiili-thev were nil tilous 'I't ll.f i.Mer broth.". Sniniu-I- . no stm i; iii Methodism." In fuel, i.tiibnieil It. mnl wrote of It uiMin .i1nn us "n s.r,,i,( ib-l- Church. To Be of Influsnce. thiiis .mr tvjiy s iin. s( nsll.i,. ibli.ir I lo 'i thlnirs Ihe wny thev urn colli:.'. To -re jiiti emi Just :ilirutiilv i ut nwiiy. ''ml I'tnti's you out of toiiih tvlili b. It 'iinv be ii relief In tour is.n-- . lell. e In be beyond Ihe reri h nf foul. t re Put ton nr nl.o l.et-t.n- l the ll of II V.. i etui nut iiie II. ko M" to ll.ot.l crrT!ft r eVeil 'i n- I.i i Mn.Mli'ni; ti.Hxnl .. tiding . Pulque Trains In Tlixlco. Pllhlle. the l';.l!"li;il .lrrl- - ,.f Moy. I iiiimI.. icn. fi.iu ... nl, . I.f ihe maniey pbint, larjo units of ulilch lire i llllllnliil imtslib' the City nf "exit'.. ,s ii rule lb. To tiro tibom e ht huiiilrisl plcnts to th,. The Juice I eiructe. by Il.e ..nn. It Is ship. Led linn tun ii In buix trn'iis iu.it Ii like our m'lk trnliis h"re Th. tli'le II.iil. 'lisle like yinst nml the iniisinuptliin s so xrcut that It Is Viiiliil, ut to two pinrts n liny fur ,.,!,), person. 'on emi't siin the openlnc of term this fall the Ked Truss sill be concerned with two new phases of education Water and the Human Body. JvaJly Eremy of The first Is the biternatlonallsatlnti T.t sp,H-itl..r wniir and of Keneral education The other Is tlbsl liter loir ' tt, il.e ?'. ll.t h.n.l.lll IhmIj Is Mrtllllllv the siime. the prnvhllnc of chnlarsblp for rhll .list ,.f the Cli'l.-t- l Si i- i- A 'nmIi hi the ttutrr is spMirlts by dren nf tllsabled sn'itler. sailors and . III' !. T'.tviBIl to pre-sii- if III uu Ikiiiis. a Is niarliies tshn t.h to attend st bonis of '.iillllm ss..lf e..i.,i llk,'l" '" "I eilse lllilll lllnl.tr the Federal Hoard for Vocational Kdu slrots nil tno..lll.- -s "llh ll lis ,"""' ln iiiusantes. It .. therefore, cation -iis lid In the .Me-rl- i ..f Prof ,,""'r ,iu'T The clo.er Interrelationship of Oi miller. ..f il rii' .u AltIciiI l""n'- So 'rlpplc " ")' "" without ..ll.-.-e. ! lire often Klten their :t sin.-l.- t inil.t'iliml may Imlutesultlnt from the war. Is inak ' In Ihe water. ... VJi tiiteinil.. Inrtse In I hours. rrrlf Inn necery snu.ri children everv . where an underitandlnt of the social. I.s l.llltni ns itmut more Til i : i.ttss Industrial and roiiinierell situations in creiiliire unit Ite i.?,tt-e.- i Uit Life's Pcve- - Preperly. - - iiimI streams vthere no fshe as H.ey exist now and as thev lll b There Is wtiiltl' in' Mfe- life apt to develop. .t exist. nil It- iw.rs .if lo,. ..f Joy ho kerps In touch The teacher nml of ndiiilriitioii Tint country I sttth Junior lletl Cms artltltles will the rlihest wblib iiourfsbes tin rent-es- l bare, this fall, a monthly bulletin Ibat Too Bjjy for Crititude. number of iiolile nnd b"t't hiiui'tii will iontaln true storie of conditions The iinillt. for which we must ."re llmt man I ihe richest win i iiinilly criticize the .liipuut and Incidents over the world and will iht. futicthnis l.f I, hiitlni hi which, tvhh eiirlt.iis iucniilsfi ne. make her reoirarhv and hlilory own life Iii tin. utmost, hu itls.i .1 we imrtlciiliirly priile ttiirselves. Tint n. as lite and Interesting as a I w.let helpful lullllellte. le.lh motion picture These bulletin itorles is their ih'tt'i'iiiliiutliiii In be lieletM'titl. hit - I'lctltln lot lil.'l by lutsllis of his Msesbns, over ai.d article are specially prepared tn t'lil. II mi Amerlt-iii- i -lutcli n Jmmnesit. tin- .luitiintts.' ii-- T til" Iltes of olhers. Iltukln. tlve a basic understandlns of the world a 11 I In the proce of rhanje servos h!ni very while In' ' today lssrt.tl.is the irlek. Then. Willi ii Keeping Even Temper, ,..i. and 111. In order that ftherles "I'hlilik yim. lioteltiy." IIm- J.f... I ' Iness, tiii-.- l i.trves. p.sr discs. rlrlr ma) have an rdutatlon that will lies. lutes ihe , itierleeti nitd it.eniss. s id I. n deitniiiils, un overdose of fil them for taklnic care of th family iitiii ji" riorote iite ii . irr llllll" - I i r.iilnii iiimI ii iii. Ten nlln r ihlnss dependent upon them, the Juniors win iii'itt-- f tsnt-ni- s lie Is fllr list t . ii,ilanee 'be letiipe. V."i cali'l will try lo provide a scholarship for l : ; 'mI ..I. WI,. feet iii t .ts oiirsetf but you can the use of the orphan, of men who Illtllt. irrent dial townrd keeplur: the have died In lervlr s- 'i in trim, Yi n see to It ihnt the An Innovation In school courie this Have Po nt In Cor.tmon. t loud t'wi r old buck ib.i s not set year Is Plrst Aid. which will be lautht It In Ihe ecu cml nn - i .. imnif ihnt t. I., borut Vou cii'i also try and other teach in by phyilral director ' Nsiple tin-rlire nil klml ill Ihe mriilnst surprises itial iiiibnl-iii.-er who have taken the courie and .1 world, but nt times j..'i ih,. ii the meiitnl iiiecbnnisii unl send have qualified a an Instructor that Ibey uro all e.i 'y alike, nt ilmt, lie nieriiiry sk! ,hil skyw.ir.l. It's Vllm!ni;loii .N't'Ht. the best w:ty to keep all t:tell temper. BE A MEMBER OF THE WITH Dr. Printus Call. Answered Nif lit. LANCASTER. I'hone Walker Dsv t.r 317 VETERINARIAN. Promptly KINllCi.V Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberls. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, C.IVK MK ,, 'li A KENTUCKY. TRIAL c(.i !.. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Buelaeu,PkoMoriphy TYPEWRITING and xiiUlOR R.SMltH BUSINESS C01U8E e im nlt Cdlw I f . I Ml keetaeef, ntorfe.a.lH ll BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY Ptpritmmt in l'rl Wt.1 ! LoUrw WILRl'H K. ift () MITII. UiUIm, Uw NOTICE JUNIOR RED FRUIT AND SHADE TREE5 STRAWBERRY PLANTS. CLIMBING VINES. SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, CRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, CROSS HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. Farm Bargains f'Alt.M NO. I. Kituiiteil on the Kicliiuoml uud I.uni:istcr turnpike, mnl luiitnuih Jti iicrc. I u jjciitly rollinc farm, very fertile noil. II u.s dandy 10 room dutllinir. stock bam, two yuu could wish for. Well untcrc.l, bus ubout .'U tenant house, und every kind of urn-.--, of old bluu Krasa tod that will produce atiythiiiK'. and this cun bo aubdiv ideil into FARM NO. 2. und will sell you 137 ncrea with nil improvement exceptini; one tenant house, und n!jo NO, 3 Contaiiiinir 110 iicrcit exiellant land nml very rcicfsub'" tn ti c " Uv with 'mull dwelling on Mime. FARM NO. 4 Situated on Kuud pike only ubout 11)0 yards from Uiclimtm.l und I aiuui-'i- t turiiiike und contnlns 'J7K ucres, well improved with k'ood 0 room tlwclliui:, one- - tenant li.iuic, t.Mi irooil biirns anil n furui known tliruunhout (iarrar.l Coiinlj' as licintr n iruo I nn I tips w;ll aubdivi.led into snuilli--r tracts. be pru-t'.- i FARM NO; 5. Situated on Good pike, near scliouis nnd cliuicliv with kuoiI H room dwell-lutlaiKi" tlmt will hnuav ubout 10 ucres of tobacco. Well watered and uhhiiI feiicint;, t c ' : 'it lund und can Uu b;ui;lit ut it burnuin price of 410,00 per acre, contains llil acres. FARM NO. U situated on koo.I pike in l'uint I.lck Uiuh Schuol district, couluin now 0 mini liutiiwlou' and new 10x10 tobacco burn, K"il t limit Ik.um-- uud stock bnru with slicils This one will not be for silk- - ninny days ut s5.00 per acre, contains only 70 acres. mile frui.i jfoo.l pike, in Paint I.lck Hi'kIi School FARM NO. 7 I'liuiaU'd only ubout tl .ir.ct, K'"id Ii ruum tlucibivf, uod stock und tulacc.i bain, now nccumniudatia alicut 0 acres of tjl aero, is welt v.atcre.1 nnd w.ll khuw you the bivt fur n clops in the vicinity. This farm . only contn ns 101 in re.. Iin eti tiuM ut $l.'iO,00 per acre and FATM NO. 0 Sauatel en ttood piko ha over $I1000.0li of lni.rovjr.icutii i'(Uivil Just it for biu farming cntcrprize. Is now- - ntakiiii; more money lor the investment Hum . ' u want Will ahuw you the heat crop rf tinia.m Ii: the cauatry. Located only 3 3.4 mllva from town .. bleu in the vicinity anywhere. 200 acres Over 300 acres of tliia nnc in ;r!"'' ""'I I"'" ' Can front. o cultivate this next j ear. A burKiiiu without a doubt has nearly a mile in - u.ip.xht , per acre. mut $1!..00 per acre, worth Lit me sl! you a 'arm cr sell your farm for you Dick was deliuliied when he heard tin ouci.iitini; Imollteals of the ruuiiiu. In.rse, but Ids exullatl.iii whs (handed to terror when he saw dliectly in flout of til it u wasliom In the road so.ile 1U feet wide, licruldlue would lievi'i' he utile to make that Jump, she ..mid Purely kts'p uu her lioi.e now, lie himself for brlulni: her li.it. i'urs-- 0 m rl. To i heck their horsey before Ihe ltui was impossible. "tlhe I'rlll. fss her bead and bll.ee yourself In tlie saddle." Dlik tritil, us the homes culherisl for the leap. "Ilold her up llruily." Hut (ieraldlne had no slifht'lli to hold lit her horse, mid without her ucciis. fciiied supiHirt Prince., tumbled. Dick hurried to I he dustbedruL'k'lisI form. Am he lifted her head, fuiiiilm: ber fate with 111 rupt(iraldlne otetied her eyes, nuruiuriiiL'. "I am not hurl, Dlik, I o nljr faliileiL" Dick nrrvrrd u little player of I hunks-cUIiik- . and what followed only Primes aud Major know. They bad only u moment lo fortche and target. The fall resulted Id u temporary lumeues for 1'rlucevs, and wheu the ll.upcctor next lslted Kort Corliss she was condemned. Dltk knew full well that she would in oyer, and lint louu uflcrwaids ob luluedperml.Hluii fruiu the ga eruuieul lo purchase l'rliiiess, and lie presented ' lier to lit wife. tCawrlftit, UU. McClur. N.wpp.r Utu- - i" ft American chool. whether public, private or pane may have a Junior Red Crui auxiliary Membership In the Junior Red Cm ma be obtained by applying; to tbt A soon nearest Red Cms chapter as Ihe school enrolls as an auxiliary , every boy and lrl In that school be. member of tha Junior rnines Crosa. Membership fees depend upon lh size nf Iba ichool The yearly fee for as many dol ...ich school U !ara a Ihere are pupils In the srhool The Junior membership auxiliary lea Js a school fund, not a um to he col lecled from Individual puplla. Hom-- i auxiliaries ralje thrlr money by sale Olbar or school entertainment, hava "larriflce boxaa" where candt nionay I contributed to tha Red Croaa fund. The chapter srJiool couiiolltee receives Ihe money from IIm ichool, Sixty per cent Is forwarded lo Nallou al Headquarter for the National Chll r cent dren' Fund, and forty for neighborhood relief work. ANT b LAWN and GARDEN. FREE IlluilraUd Catalog, NO AGENTS. nt H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. j V's Hazelvoad Sanatorium For tii Trcalmcnt c 1 THE THREE PURPOSES OF THE JUNIOR REO CROSS. Ta Join American children In nrv. let for needy chlldron a homi and eKaace To give American ehlrdreit ta learn tha latlifaotlen f un- - Malntaini Lt'tlo Ixiui.viu tlie adequate tieatiiicnt tf lubcr-i-jloi- lj I.i r'l Iti it:;;n tt ii I.'. fjjf. Ilatcj 15.C3 ptr v.nt, hi. nixndlngt-xtemltevl- even. rlujin bosrJ, r.u-J.lattcnlhn, laundry, etc IIIJi n: aur.d co.t. . IMi-h- l. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. eelfleh eervlc. lul niliouiijinji. Slfi.llatnlji .oMl.ni ll. lr..u.sl II sri.,tr. sL.s.,,1 IsiwlhU, lltvitfn i, tmilH M Te brlnj about unelarattndlna among children of (II cewntrle. nttUm ta (...,, .( m ai"wr i. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 18, 1919 HARROWS. BROWN WAGON, MOWERS, PITLESS SCALES, CULTIPACKERS, CUTTER Mr. Bowman Brewer of Lebanon has been visiting his nunt, Mrs. Terrill COMMISSIONER'S CSAI P OF 1 AND locust pointer on North edge of said W 7..'18 chuins drain: thence N 5' i to the beginning, conlnlnlng 1! Classified Column RAIUSi Single Insertions le a word No ad taken for less t urn mi.-i- n this column. Nn ad in this column charged. Seven insertions, fur 'tie price of five. Phone orders iniit lie paid promptly. x. MANURE SPREADER. SILAGE CAItrtAUI) CIRCUIT COURT. The mirnose of the sale Is to divide Mlsx Mabel Musun of Itirhmnnd, the proceeds therpof among the joint (inrrnril Hank anil Trust Co., tt at will be the guest of Misses Knnnie I la In til, s. owners of same. VS. TERMS. and Ilettle West for the Week end. Thu sale will he made on a credit Thompson Davis, et al. Defendants, Dr. M. S. Ilntfleld und delightful Pursuant to a judgment rendered of six nnd twelve months and the fnmily have moved to their home re- nt the August Term, IDI'J, the un-- 1 purchaser will be required to Commissioner will sell nt cute bonds with upproted security cently purchased, on Itichmond St. public auction on the premises on lor the purchnse price, iluc In six and twelve respectively, months nnd Tl'KSDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1919, PRICES SURPRISING Mr. Joe Price, who has ticcii visitper cent interest irnm ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kd nt Id o'clock A. M the real estate- waring six "' uniu paid, naving tne lorrc nn,i In the pleadings nml desmentioned Price, has returned to Hill House, eribed os follows: n judgement upon which c"cct Miss. In Carrard County, Kentucky, on execution may issue, payable to W. the waters of Paint Lick Creek, and 'J- - Brown, Master Commissioner of .Misses and n mil Helm (idl aim bounded as follows: The Jnc ,a1r,'nr,l Circuit Court, Deal House. .Misses Mury and Jnne Dotv, motored Tract No. 1. Beginning at u "en will be reserved upon the prop-stakat n fallen lynn on the bank fly ""'n antil the purchase money to Louisville this week for a several or sunt creek, above the mouin oi r""'' II. IIROWN. M. c. ;. c. c. W. Mrs. W. S. Smathcra has Just re days stay. Ilolton's Ilriinch. and corner to Ben jamin Wheeler: and Marion Prewitt; It. II Tomlinson, Atty for Plffs. from a visit to relatives in I turned Mr. and Mrs. 0. II, ltobinson. theme with Prewitt's line (old calls) Dayton Ohio nnd Sharp'burg, Ky. Misses llettie and Kannie West and N .IS W 103 poles In a hickory For Social Success. Mrs. Dollie llrown spent Wednesday flump theilre N fill W !lV poles to a Mr. und Mrs. Clay Hamilton, Miss Whenever you mi 11 man who Is suc stoke on a hill, corner to llynum; Thelmn Hamilton and Miss Mary with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fox. K 79 pol N 1I cessful In society, try In discover what thence with mme Owsley were visitors in Stanford on Mrs. II. D. Bowers and Mr James es to the center of Wheelers' Spring makes him pleasing and. If possible; IKa CmIa. mA A M.l.f M.nJIju. Sunday Henry left Tuesday for their home i, ilium, menu- - iii me xumii- "iiii hi- - auopi nis system. UCaCODSUelcL Oesngj by This i't Art Inttrtiiad In. W 7 poles S 12 S 79 " in KIDoruihi, Ark, after a visit to W t' poles In a stake nenr un elm Miss Nancy Thompson and little . ncice of Springlicld, are quests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solon II corner to .Ins. Wheeler; thence S WORT OF THE CONDITION They were iiceonipanied ns K IS!5 poles to njoiust at a rtone Henry. her sifter, Mrs. Harry Hudson and Miss Jennie l.ackcy has been a re Ifiir as Louisville by Miss Itnchel fence, n new division corner to Lot Hudson. lte with n wire fence S nt visitor ill Danville. Henry, who will be the guest of her No. '2;11 thencepoles 88 i: to u post with apLittle Miss Willie Frances MeEl-narno- siter, Mrs. K. II. Smith. ple tree pointer: thence down the Miss Maniii' Stormcs Dunn I visof i.nuisvill;, is visiting her K .'!'! poles to a lo411 1 hollow's iting friends in Lexington. Miss M.ittie K. Adams, who has cust liv a drain; theme down said BANK, irnitiilmotl.tr, Mis. .Vary .Innes, mi pules to n thorn ben iUite ill with pneumonia, is drain S '2'2 K 14 II. fr.l t- Mn. Elizabeth Joseph it v i i t i tr Han-MeS K -- I! II poles to locust; thence now able to be at home and is rap-iilrelatives in Columbus Ohiu, No I lli l.. Miss Martha Ileitis of Lexington, Miss Adams bores an elm and double wild cherry at antmnroviiiif II Kt Of M.M-(1- I other drain; thence down said drain 1 Hill were spent the week tnd in l.aticnter, to be able, within a few weeks to S Sll K Misses Martha and poles; thence S fili K .",8 II with her mother, Mrs. Illlen Rett's, resume her duties as leather in the visitors in Danville, Tuesday to 11 stone nt a rock fence on t I'ugnzzl on .Maple Avenue. i(f Iiolis side of Holtoii brunch about 4 The Close of Business. Sept 12 1919 Comirereial College, Ml1 I'nmkje KniitTniaii has been Holenhote 11 spring; thence tluwn Lexington. Ky Mrs. Harry KIniore and visiting relative in llustorivillc. little i linlton Ilranch; with its meanders, daughter, hate joined her husband ' Mr I William Swope has accepted N r B 2i "poles N 57 K V2 poles N u few K -Squire lluurni' is 77 pole to the beginning, IjIMlia Mil. I illaiiiilllla in HarrodstiurK, where thej will re- a lucrative position as traveling sales, !i.Vn Ht K more 2 acres containing 12 .lays t Crab Orchard Springs. U.rltlfWlt. CIHI-tl f side In the future. man for the Tire ami Ulili less. V. h. ii(iiilcoituatl tn i rmi' fir 1 Co., of Akron, Ohio, Representing rait No. '2. Beginning at Mr- - John Dunn of Ilurvriri, has Mrs. JetMi Parker of Wllliams- - ber u4 utii'iiirij. ..Mi.Nt w Hiumcxi the Truck Tire. He is located i now Mom-- , at ti rock uru on the r.nst owm-Win visiting jnm!ir relatives. burg, and Mrs. J. I. Smith of London, 4 rurmriincr un i . r. imuku h Ilrnnch, about at ("let eland, Ohio, but will go from nnN' of Kolton spring nol.. uIhivp a who late lieen visiting Mrs. Jamoit torntT to Lot ha Mr Urn Hughes No. 1; thfncn with hm-- s of Lot Nn, .( k o( (nleml ! ' there to all the Urge Eastern cities, returned rvtuiiiik jCi ulIis. hate returned home. V i.lisi isi Friends will be glad to know that he 1. un a ilniin N :.S polon; ..if"'1!.0' 't.erlpilon( from u few i'a)i stay in l.ouisville. S.OOUIII !l poles to nn dp Kumli.ir.-ti1,- i Mrs. Myrtle llrewer and daughter, has secured tills excellent position so tlit'iut' N SO I. iJ l.i lixn.re. t rnrrry on mid ltwini rrrTi- ulih Mrs. Martha I'rne Krishie i visit- Miss Surah MtK.e lliewer. of soon after leaving the service of his nnd ilouolf wiM .MJII "i ilrain; tlu'iue up tin ilruin leading -- l,,lwr B"k . ing Mn Mnttie Price in Dantillr. .ire guests of her sifter. Mrs. country, and tte haven't the least in from tin-- North N h 14 monitiliii-irn- i tutlnn ' doubt but that he will make good in polf.H to u tnoru Incut; tlu-nc- i k,rts s N 22 Terrill Ijivtun, near Hyattsville tlbmit. Mr' I.itthir. of llillolxiru, po!t'5 to a black hYHV locust; 'A''i"1 '.'T this as he has in cterything else he V 14 1 W ..t poll's Ml. A. D. Kirk, and two children. has undertaken Luck to you Ilillie thcni'C N M Ohio, 11 visiting Mrs. W II. Mmnn, ' to n ny ur f.f rri.riliitf l.iiW audociirrfu-i- i itvti. post, with npplo trot pointer; thence of Wfnt hester, Ohio, are guests of I will, - fence X Hs W 11 Mr ami Mrs. Victor Lear have re- ' her' aunt, Mrs. (I M. Patterson and poles to J..1I.1 IS1 POULTRY FOR PROFIT. ii locust at a stone fence; thence Inirrr.i .rn.-.- i.uiiiui roil.iiM turned from Dry llidgc, near Cin- Mr. Patterson on Kichmond Strict. s nnlmnte- - im V, I., mi-- l K with stone fence (old calls) S i1 I hi. cinnati, ! .In. The hen that lays Is the hen Hill. Hi 4 noles to a stake; thence N K7 Mm Mary King Sutton of West W I't poles to n ttnke; thence S TiiisI Judge I.. I. Walker i spending (.minister, has returned home after pays.. She cannot lay at this givti a K o!) poles to a staki- - on line of the weeks nt C'rah Orchard a weeks visit to Mr. nml Mrs Hen son of the year unless she is t.rtnil'.lTlKs tonic to tone up the dormant organ. dower of Kmeline Kehartian: thence tpi-lt-Spring. I ..o.ihsiu with the same S K7 K 13 poles to n t.k ,id in Sutton at their home on the Kirks- - It, A. THOMAS' POULTItV ItKML-D.SM.S1IU sugar tree stump; thence S K uu i i.n.iiin it, visiting tille tiike is a guaranteed egg producer, oh. 7 poles to an elm hush, corner to ls.cnrreiu i.r.iii.. Mr. Elizabeth Hughes esi.rn., iu" K IK y Vt1:' i" Acey in same; thence with mine S her daughter, Mrs. J. W r Henry Fnulciiner for It contains the ingredients Mrs Itet. and sli'l eollrlr.l For si.le poles to the center of Iloltons lilttrl m siliHiK-- el m.turnr to egg production. Stanford. of nml two interesting children, ml nm erue.i iii.toslinie Ilranch; thence do'vn the fame with I. Ils s.; guests of Mrs. by W A. DICKEItSON. 21 poles N its meanders. N Mrs. G, I.. Crutchrr, of Lexington Hillshoro. Ohio, are MI.'.HI (10 lili I lU i 33 II h It poles .N 17 4 h nbnut I Wt uiniinllii tn.fslliinsl l.snV- Mrs pent the week enil with Miss Helen Knuloner's mother, 2i! poles to the liiginning, containing T"'l lieni.su. ii.ib.m HAt. Ma ji Itohinsnu. 111 'TocV.'ee'J! acres, more or less. Said land will lirst he orTercd in 'Tuialul ilrmaml ilrK,.n leitirr Mr li'cuigc Uiwson uinlerwent an lira. .Mary A. (Srevn, of llurgin, reparole tracts and then as a whole, ii.ni tisnk iir.o.ii.i .iii.j.t-ij'' ,'i has been visiting her ilauchter, Mr. oeratiiin Sunday at the Danville and the Commissioner will accept the "Ai'C .'uu I His appendix was remov hospital. hid or hids realizing the most nmnev. I.ulhrr linger T""' The purpose of the sale is to ret- ed and he is doirg as well as could Mm. J. 0. tie the ettate of Mary J. Simpson, TsTnrKsti-- t kv.OocBTt orHissjui...... Robinson anil Miss Ik-- expected. Kinnaird, youngest deceased, and ditidc the proceeds William II. tin- si. i, pinv. fs.iiler. Helen Hohlnson are visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilder, and two son of Dr. und Mrs. James II. Kin thereof nmiiliL-- the loint ouners of ii4iiieillisiik.itiisiileiiiiilr.MesrllisttlieNlnTr in Islington. .INtrinliI Is true 1,1 tt.e lie.l ul lily know le-c.,)m, small rnn, Howard and William, of n.iird'hns been designated by Conf. i urssY, .mi iK'liei 1 I usliler r,lt..l. Mrs. Jess Arnold of Frankfort is llerea, motored to Lniuiuter Sunday gressman King Swope, of the Eightli illisrrllxil mnl swum ui liefiire litpllil. ISih The sale will he made on a credit tv. f Clismi.. the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ilettis for a visit to their son, Mr and Mrs. District to take the examination of six twelve months and the dsj ol I'l I9IK NolalS I'llbllc. un Maple Armie. or purchasers, will be next February for admission to the purcha-er- , Vlplres Isti IS. lir.sl. Clarence Wilder. to execute bonds .with ap- Cohnsi T Attest ! I'nited States Military Academy at II KS II IIKSM left Miss Margaret Croushiirn proved security for the purchase Mrs. O. V Terrill of liirhlan.U, West Point. Wt Kiiiotr Pirrclurs. price, due in six and twelve months Monday for llerea College where he Virginia, and Mrs. Kd Kngland, of This is a very popular appoint respietively and bearing six per will enter College. Atlanta, (ieorgin, a.ru visiting their ment indeed and has been bestowed cent interest from date until paid, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams, upon .1 worthy and bright young having the force and elTect of u REPORT OF THE GGNDITIGN Mrs. Georgia l.uk hat returned which on Itichmond Street. nun Mr. Kinnnird i now a Fresh judgment upon to W. execution may from it visit to her sinter, Mrs. It. E. issue, payable II. llrown. man ut Centre College, having grail .Master Commissioner of the (inrrard Hughes, in Louisville. Miss Virginia Adams of Lexington, who has just returned from u tiated from our High School here Circuit Court, and a lien will he Miss Kthel Walter, of Lexington, served upon the property told :; visit to suuthwest Virginia, stopped lst June. Bank tlie purchase money is paid. lent the wfclycnd with her mother over with her cousin, Miss Mnttie w. ii. nitowN. m. c. ;. c c street. i Lexington K. Adams for n few days. It. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for I'llls Mrs. J. I). Gullcy has returned ur i,trtiTKK. kv ti int. Miss Carrie lieid has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Close of Business, Sept 12. 1919 from Indianapolis, where she visited Ike. Dunn, in Lexington. her sister, Mrs. William Whit. Miss KOUni'KN. Mr. ami Mrs. J. I. Hamilton left Itcid has taken rooms nt Mr. and t.Aiiitnr.n t int in i i.uuiu. u,,ii..ii,1.Ii..uuiii. IH'.imv ;i 4i,,i.ij;i Mimlay for Mississippi where they .Mrs. Wesley Dickerson on Maple It. A. CaseV. et al. I Plaintiffs. lltertlrsll...i.-eiirei- l $1.1 Is ss will spend several weclx I'liseciliiil. Yg l.els Avenue. In S lloiel.ileisi-lt.i- l (From the Autobiography of Theo- U. niter Casey, et al. Defendants. II. ;.ui,ti0i ,.t Iiki sieuie eir ...jhi Mr. and Mrs. llert llralield and KIder nnd Mrs. J. W. Shepherd Pursuant to a judgment rendered oiml ml unile isnl dore Roosevelt.) 'nliiesi" "'t inni ut tlie August Term. 1U1!. the un daughter, Marjory, have heen spend, nnd sou, James, of Detroit Mich., ;.""!" t" stiii..cni.iirinuuil It wus this summer that I got my y dersigned 1 omiitlssioner will sell at siuck ul ti.l.rsi lie.ertu lisuL tin ' ing rever.nl days in Carlisle. visited the family of Mr. Cronley pereeniui ',""'"" "'" ' puzzled me to find puulie auction on the preimser on Itroaddus, Sunday and attended ser lint gun, und it VsllH HI lllllkillK ltlll- -l K, HMD, Lanlul Mrs. Sallie Ross Ijiwion and Miss n.ertv Willi t.iUrsi KIder that my companions seemed to set- WKDNKSIIAY. OCTOllKIt vices at Scotts Kork where Kesrie t I could not Sue Shelhy Mason have hern spend-n- g at 2 o'clock, I'. M., the real estate ls.ii hi llmik Nll'l llt splendid ser- tilings to shoot at which Shepherd delivered mentioned In the pleadings and deliU'lr, II II llleusl liHIlLs a few days in Danville. see at all. mon. t'tleehioil i.t tier lights Illttie .unie scribed ns follows. inw ii s. Found Vision Defective. In Garrard Counts'. Kentucky, un rllr nr tiiiuuieui rertlii lisnk Mrs. Alfred llrent, of Lexington, lOUli-lilt Uronddus, who has Me. W. O'Neal One day they rend aloud nn adver the waters of Taint Lick Creek and Tout nntem. n. t ., in.' of her has heen a recent visitor ..uomr weeks vacation tisement in huge letters on u distant bounded ns follows: Iteginning nt "l""1 been spending a two father, Mr. ft. II. Tomlinson. with home folks, has returned to hi billboard, and I then realized that a sugar tree, corner to Mrs. Tin, Logan: thence with her line (old lul. re.i.rm.l uut liuieollteuil- Mr. It. E. McKohcrts made u bus- home in Chicago, where he has been something was the matter, for not calO N KU l'l'rnliiile--o- il Notes ami W li.94 chains to ill ullls I.J..I Ml KeeeUslile not im.tilne iness trip to Atlanta last Saturday promoted to the position of Cenernl only was I unable to rend the sign tone, corner to same; thence with tl.W.Nfll i Tottl. Department of but I could not even see the letters. same S II! K 1K.H5 chains to the Manager of the night returning last Tuesday i.ltBHITIKs (sugar tree I spoke of this to my father, and end of n stone fence Carson, I'irie, Scott und Co. in now gone) on I SI.IKH) no soon afterwards got iny lirst pair jf flump .ranch, corner tothe North side . Uaiiiiai.iwk .hI.i.sI 110 same ..thence T, ...Is of n p'roiiu. VI U spectacles, which literally opened an With ItlCC Itoss. hi .11 1 O.Oli Lr.a current esisfli.rs.lu h , IOs'j t entirely new world to me. I luel r.t ..hiilns In n hhL.. ulwiiit I. t.re.l a lit! tat v. Dalil Idea how beautiful the world wus un- .Southeiist of a wilt! cherry stump, nnu i, t,asey; ami not earneil Isiniriiklinali-- l I had turner to sain itoss til I got those spectacles. thence to include part of the T. Circa latins Noli su,ii.uuiIIiik been a clumsy and awkward little Casey tract, with Simpson S lit! K Kvl aint iluu In liauks autl tiaiikvrs (iitlier tiau ami Iril.t l boy, and while much of my ciuuisi-ner- s 81 poles to ii willow- - on North u;i iu elieeks und awkwardness wus doubtless side of u drain, corner to dower; Cvrlllleit Items :ui. tiiit.tau1iiic I.11.H .' 11 ISl Tetal nl l. ti, auil SI 5$ Fancy Sweet Potatoes Sets per pound. duo to general characteristics, u gnotl thence u nest division Hue, with the Iliatlrlillialil..lt. aillilect ijiii...-K 22 poles to the dower N 25 .h.i; 1:1 I til deal of it wus due to the fact that junction of ttX rock fences; thence Total tldtiaml ilfKi.Ii. lotber f per pound than bank tlrlsi.Ilsl afllij.rt III Nice Cabbage, solid heads 5cts could not see ami yet wus wirjlly with n rock fence N AO W 7 4 K.vrt. Ilrtus Jl. uA... :W. 37. tt :im sud SC nn si doz. Paris Green 45c lb. III ignorant that I wus not seeing. The poles 4 to poleselm; thence N at end W uvruQCatY. ot ili'ii.ll Ituiier & Fancy Lemons to u locust of than for uintiey latrrosr-ll- . . recollection of this experience gues 21 J.li.l 1SI stone fence; thence with a wire Total ol linn- - tltfposlu, .uIm 3 pound can solid pack Kraut lOcts. me a keen sympathy with thoc who fence N 4K K 20 poles to a post with Ject to Hasrrte, lltliif til I.Mullkl are trying in our public schools and double mulberry pointer, corner to (1.11 and II T iu.ssj ej Torat physical dower and 1n Mis. Hurt's line; elsewhere to remove thu BEEF, SATURDAY AT 20 & 25. YOUNG TENDER V BTiTior Kimtccky, Count v or Uaskihu. sat causes of deficiency In children, who thence with Hurt's line N 44 2 angle IK 4 poles 1. V stone oftbsatotsuamed are often unjustly blamed for being fence; thence to an K IS of poles to bank.doK.Cbamh.Cathler llial lbs abovo .lata solaiutilr awear N S4 11(111 klios-ledaud men- corner of Ilobert Uroaddut; thence menl is trua 10 tb be. 1 K. ( obstinate or unambitious or W. baiop. Csabler. ballal. tally stupid. poles to subrlbed and isoru in bafora maltilaisib with his line N 30 W 10 lla. t.O. Ileuiijr, Notary 1'iibllo. ii itake corner of the 24 acre tract; da ol Specially Selected by thence to include same N 29 4 W Ur Comutl.alou Ksplrrs Jsnusry 11, 1SJ0. J. J. BYRNE, lynn tree on South COSSSCT Alls all 9,15 chains to a' WE SELL FOR LESS. B. F. ) OaavilU's Exclusive Optomstritt. side of a drain; thence N 21 W J. tv. KwKsvsv, t lllrrclori. dr) t 1.. I. W'ttsss fl.57 chains to u thorn stump nml J. R. MOUNT & CO. U w jtvif 11 a K.K 11 li it!( xji x)i mi vwnunf lower e Gossip About N People FOR ItKNT Unfurnished room. Mrs. 3, It. Mount. sticks. SAI.K -'- n.(ll)l) S3! S 8. Lunim r. Co A gentle harness FOR SALE 111 are and it good phaeton. It. K. Mcltoherts. FOIt SALK flood brood a ith mule colt by side. V. 11. iniiri'. .Moss. NATIONAL Eight horse power SALK: gas engine and No. 1 1 Hlizznrd in good repair. Mrs. C A. ltobinson Will FOIt SALK: 238 Sheep. be at Stock pens County Cout Day. J. N. Itoss Lancaster Ky J. M. Metcalf, Surveyer, 23 year cxptriencc. lllue prints furnished All calls answered promptly. 185, Stnnfonl, Ky. Phono FODDKIt TO Ct,T ON SHARKS Itichmond 1'iko Frazce Farm. Fisher Herring. Field, Sec or call 1 -- SII'hone 333. LOST IN LANCASTKIt last Satn small leather purse containing 2 live dollar bills and some small change. Iteturn to Coy S. Sonder.t ;;:5ln,ll,,wk,,fl,J urday, July 28th, two hogs. Jli rtiXVr TQ MY PLACE about cat, Owner hnvc same by proving property ami paying all charges Scott Huffman. STRAYED I'ltnse call and settle for your scnool tax for IU19. Fr.inkie Kauffman, Treasurer Otricc over Citizens National Hank. 18-2- WANTED TO EXCHAMIE town liWK WM. KINNAIRD lXX""--' property for a small farm. This property lias a lot of good fruit trees Call on and out buildingt,. I. I'. Thompson, Lancaster,! FOIt SALE: One 0 Roll McCoi-mic- k Corn Husker and Shredder, I McCormick Corn Binder, all guaranteed to please. Cheap on cash or G. II. Ruble, time as preferred. Buena Vista K FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR A FORD CAR: 12 horse power International Gas Engine, mounted on truck. This engine is good as new and will be sold ut a bargain. Will liogeis, Buena Vista, Ky S .uti. FOR SALE: Forty-seve- n Theo down ewes and two rams Keep are cntM good in quality and age. Also a Six Hore power Fairbanks nnd Morse gasoline engine; Rots Cutter, with all belts and si aft.', Named As Cadet To WestPoint. Citizens National practically :ievv. tf W. B. Burton, Lanca:i r, Ky. J ! READ What Roosevelt Said COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. About His First Spectacles. Do you know that PARENTS ono in every four children has defective eyesight? Lack of proper glasses may seriously handicap your J. J. BYRNE child. Danville's Exclusive Optometrist. Kenjarlan Hot), LsncatUr, At Sept. 22nd and 23rd. aii Wanted 200 acre farm, for one or two years. Dwelling, must be good. Write Box 327, Rictimond Ky. U- -l "XXZXr Wanted. for all OH f.ine company. Best agency contract.- - NonAddress 1412 forfeitable renewals. Ky. Lincoln Building, Louisville, Life Insurance salesman parts of Kentucky. It. WANTED ALL FALSE. TEETH We pay $1 to J20 per set. for them in any condition. Broken parts in proportion. Wo also - pay highest cash prices for old crowns, brulgework, broken jewelry and rid silver of all kinds. Mnil it to us your money sent by return mull. BRACKNEY REFINING CO., 220 West Cheatnut Street, Louisville. Ky. I. O. Box 570. ARE YOUR WORK STOCK SKIN NED UP. If they are not given attention they will be unlit for use. Get a bottle of FARMS' HEALING REMEDY, make It according to direc tions. It will heal these galls and every other kind of tores and you can work the horse every day. W. A. DICKEItSON, I DOWN SO PRiCttS I 30c 'fiMSl or'iV; I Sander's Variety Store. I I 1 I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sept 18 1919. Big Auction! LOT SALE 300 yards from Buckeye High School; also 50 acres in two tracts, wih good tenant house and 5 acre tobacco barn, 4 mile below Buckeye WALKER on Buckeye pike. PRENTUS THE MARIETTA By MILDRED WHITE. am Unllini fretted. Iieenuso kind nf Krenih iodlc she epeclally tieirrO win not In he found. Cam' the mnoGuys w before the war c a package during the war c a package li.elil ulilms were so insiiy and arled llnil It was fortunate or unfortunate, as Hie iim- - may he that her Inheilted wealth wu nut lined In their fillfllh BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR TENTION TO IS: THAT: THAT: School. nimli-liltginirillan was at einl In pleue. let not in to be himself miser- wb able. I or tduld Itlalr, Junlnr law 1-partner and trusted friend nf (he girl' Hi pnileil father, had Imeil I'aro with a deep. iinMmli hue. from the trium phant epiHh nf her lln-- i Inns dn-s- s nii'l DR. ilin,-.nhair Mie. iiiiiiiiivIimk perhaps nf this lne, had leil her iletoted lue a merry diinie from the lime of his Instituted I Kiinrdlaiihlp. H.nlr) wn zlien Utile nnxlely nnrern mc the inrlmo ndmlr-.e- i who llnrliil In her train, i'aro M. I he -elf dismissal each priitiiplli In turn Yniv. It remed her oierMlietin III IT llrsire wa fur snmi-- pet IIhiii which This .sale will last but 50 minutes, so lu on hand promptly at hour advertised. I" '.nl'li her arfei ilnii "A dog." Carn mid her giurdlati. "I Simply as an inducement to secure a lame attendance and to create some fun and a li.iihfnl ire.iiure. rest.indliig mi-- I ' amusement, miiiKlinK pleasure with business, Valuable Tresents and Souvenirs will be given fl'telltiiialily tn one's tnoniU aski-"lint pa'iiiitl.r. merely a spectator, your chance at the presents is the -- niii't Itwhy." I.ih he n while dog. away FREE! and whether a buyer or nieex.irll.r same, if you arc on hand promptly at 2 P. SI. II rhi! lery "While, heinll.e I hall hale In keep ii nnineii ami rare,! tor." an that I inn.i hunt It These lots will be sold on the Rround so that you can see what you are buying, ami swered : ".1111111, in business 10 years, In my lap." at this sale. We have been REMEMBER, there will be no The gu.irillaii Islied. f'ani's etpla- er and we have sold land from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and never yet have we placed a nfltliui were a ns the in any crowd. In the past you have bought land at the owners price: at this sale you smite whhsjl neiimip-llileIheln urn make the price; let the owner make or lose. The opportunity of a lifetime for a safe and rharinlng. conservative investment and at your own price. Itetier wMt fur a ihnt ,f Hint d- -i AT- wl-- rlpilini," he iiggfifi lint "For imi to h s In time is ll I 'ar,lllle,, liere was ii si,,hnoil note In the She hid Hied of the lumrloii. new nil the mi i.i and the rllj stiart inent: her Ills Mils plrine I'ani PROPERTY, BUCKEYE KY. s 5 SATURDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1919 AT 2:00 P. RAIN OR SHINE. FREE! VALUABLE PRESENTS AND SOUVENIRS. BRASS BAND. THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! TERMS VERY EASY. OWN YOUR OWN HOME. i'r PARTICULAR rrnlliii' mire. Each and every lot in this subdivision will change hands on above date. "Vot alums, he t'aru replied; These lots are ideally located, being high and dry and close to the High hulked at ti iii ipilekly vi fiti hiM'riilalile el ei, Itm ' Republican Speaking Hon. George OF WILL SPEAK THE INTEREST OF THE REPUBLICAN TICKET, AT THE COURT HOUSE, IN LANCASTER, KY., ON n lie ilrnie her inr that after-iiinihe,i,ind her way. a Miull io- - nf etaelly the kin. I he rnine d.iltlng out airnss a h.ir-nIN field tn hark furl"'i-- l at her tiilruitiin. But will you stand and watch the other fellow reap all the benefit? Get in on the I'nrii xliipped the nr. hut the Utile ground floor and reap some of the harvest that is sure to come to the wise investor. animal continued to hark, until at MEET US AT THE GRAND AUCTION SALE, SATURDAY SEPT, 27th at 2:00 P. M. length It pallied lireiilhlexly, ,i listen to her cares-dlinlre. LADIES ALWAYS WELCOME, AT THIS SALE SPECIALLY INVITED. I rolue" i',i.ited the girl; "inn dear thing -- " And a he sprang down little Inln the rn.nl the dog's feather) Mil wagged fertently In steeling, Itef.ire her astnlllsheil -- uie he arise presently, wailng his two fore paws In the air, and eiecnilng a solemn dance K Y. around her, "You funny thing," she eirhilmrd. "V.nt llltle trick dog!" ltefore she eimlil forbid the Hide while aTeature I day. They ere also quests of Air. CUNN'S CHAPEL. munity enjoyed an outini; ht High had leiipeil Inii, the ear, grinning at family and Mrs. Kd Naylor ami Bridge Sunday. her In dog fashion from the front Miss Allene Hurt has been ill. On eeat. Mpum fieorire Stormes and liar. Thursday niirht anil Friday Mr. Wesley Simpson was in Cin- rison Ray were guests of Mr. Allen Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Nay- "lie's mine," Turn tnld herself iter), cinnati. Sunday. il lor ami two sons, with .Mr. and Mrs. laiilly; "I fur liltn." Jim the Teatcr Sunday night. .und motored to Jessamine where giurdlau falbsl In rejoice with her. Atr. Hiram Land sold Rome shoots .Miss Iva Hollon was the truest of they spent the night with Mr. and when he learneil the discovery. to Mr. John Hall at J5.7B. Miss Norma Bums Montgomery at Tbollgll the dug drioted himself spent Sunday the home of Mr. and Airs. James Mrs. R. A. Davis. Mr. Robert Ray Jealoiislji t i'nri, Oaild Hlair Inslstrd nitfit with Mr. Lucas Foster . Hamilton on Lexington pike Friday upon plating an mlierllsetueiit In the "What's In a Name?" "I'niind" iiiluuiu of that evening's pa Master Robert Lee Amon is suffer-in- j night. lix Maud nf Iti'imlim Ims Tin- - I'li-from a badly bruised hand. Lexington, rlianciil li inline fimr tlinrs In ,H per, and follow lug closely upon Its n- .Messrs Jesse Hill of Messrs Squire and Blythe Uurton and James Hill of Anderson County jenrs. In 17P.I It Mils lliiiirlinn, in It peaiauie eauie a plllful reply, The llllle found dug Is my Thl were guests of their sister, Mrs. I h'd l"'en for n i i'innry and a half, lint get.'" are both in a serious condition. semwled In a elilldisli Reunion. fashion,rnine " Lewis McCulley anil Mr. McCulley "" ,'n'"''li"n ,I,III-',- H Simpi-o"lie Is jll I hare in line, uf Air. and Mrs. uock Hinder llif empire li hiiium- - Ulv liima- Saturday lie aeis with me In the rlrcu. Please Richmond were here Thursday. II rilirted 'parte; nt lli Mr. and Mrs. Lige McMillian andj,,, ii(Mlr,n, nnnll. In 1HIS. It lie-- bring him haik to. Marietta." Mrs. Josie Dailey and son Cecil, son, Mr and Mrs. Anil though there was no further ill e nJoe Ray and Reiiul re. left Tuesday for Tarn Crossinr Inu. dren, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCul- reclitiri or ailress, Datld and his rebellious ward ilroie that evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dailey and ley and baby and Mr. William Fain ' Floor.Crack Filler. Fidsel lietween them to the faraway sons, spent Sunday with relatives on spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ThN Is made fruni nm Kitind of giouiids. where the traveling cirrus Poor Ridge. Lucas Foster. Amir ruMifil smoothly In a llltle wapitched lis great lent. ter. Add Hint-quart- s nf iHillIng water Mrs. Charles Grow of Buckeye The llltle dog of the lined Marietta Pennington iind w-- t Air. and Mrs. F. L. mi stove. Milr In mir talde-fxnifwas at once recngnlred by welcoming spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. and three children of Paint Lick, if powdered nliim, together hers, Frank Land. Mrs. C. S. Roop and Miss Cora Roop with lilts of torn iietispupers. and wall "She didn't sleep last night," Messrs Dewey Dailey and Newt. of Cartcrsville, were here Sunday 'ok until Hie mass is smooth and lalnted rloun said. 'Fidget Is all the Hardin were in Richmond on busi- with Mr. and Mrs. John Land. llilck as putty, Fe to (III the gaping folks Marietta's got now, you ee. Her crack Item ren the ness Thursday. uf old mother iliiln't live long after her dad .Mr. and Mrs. John and Miss A la'r'fre number from was killed in his famous Jump last this com Iva Hollon were in Richmond Thurs- - Honrs. ear. The circus hifll sort of 'doptiil Marietta since. Kvery one likes to see the kid dance with her dog, tho It ain't much of an art after all. .Mnrti t ta," called the clown, "come here. honey." And Marietta came. A vision of flying golden curls and short milled skirts, she flew toward her pet, and had him In her arms. , the child's blue eyes Then sought Caro'a. "I'm sorry," she mhl. "that you can't have Fidget, but I love him. And I haven't got anything else to love." The Dalton heiress nodded her guardian noted In distress that her eyes were alio filled with tears. Kuddeul), Impulsively, the girl's arms closed light about the childish form. "Dear," said Caro. "do you suppose that you could possibly learn to love met Would you like to rnine Hid live In a big. atone, house with a garden; IN would you like to be my little sit- THAT: Those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own these lots, three years from.now will be crying that old song "If I had only bought a lot in liuckeye, see what it would be worth today. WATCH THESE LOTS INCREASE VALUE. The United Realty Go. LEXINGTON, O, T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr. CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON II. F. Hudson, "KOLL OF HONOR." 1,'resldcnt, J, J. Wnlker, V. Pres. V. V. F. Champ, Cashier, O, liigney. Asst. Cachier Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. C. Hamilton, t lave I' " ii ir n 0 Your Tires Retreaded We use the Dry-Cur- e Vulcanizing process of retreading-n- ot half sole-acan rebuild a tire at less than half price. nd 3500 MILESZGUARANTEED s. W. Colvin KY., Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any SPRINGFIELD, REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR of Public The Danville Brick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Superintendent FRIDAY, Afar. Instructions 1919 n rn A Walnut Street. n ii Danville, Kentucky. ii ir ENOSfPCNCCR. SEPTEMBER 19th, ter?" "Carol" David Hlalr eipostulatrd, "think seriously what you are offering." quietly. The old twinkle came bark In her nullifyeyes. "Marietta will be more p. "I do think." the girl answered r an cuthrie CTurxr, RCOULAM.V IIICOKPORATCa INCTITUTION ATONE O'CLOCK SHARP. Colvin is one of Kentucky's most gifted Orators and will give great pleasure to all who hear him. Parents, Teachers and all others in the Public Schools are especially invited. iftffli REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE. ing than Fidget," she said. And as be stood looking down upon the two, David Blair's fare softened Into n great tenderness. "I nin afraid. Caro. that I have never known the renl you." he said. And the girl's eyes again raised to his, reflected their radiant light. UU. (Osrrrkfkt, lilt. W.it.ra Commercial School Konh of Poatoffic or uiniwi Louisville, Kentucky N.i.r Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Tra!nln8. Stuc'ettla secure Practical, Paying ReiulU. Catnlojuo ttnl upon requett. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 18. 1 919 Wagons I VS2 Monro CAh'A KYfV i GOING HIGHER '1 3- -1 GET YOURS NOW. $1 A Thrift Stamp-ThMonroe Clothes Label Ladies Ready-to-we- ar e siMiMurrtu UTimiTlDK Our buyers are just back from New York and the fall and winter offerings in Ready- to- - Weai1 f Complete Only Welch's Implement Department. 25.00 have begun to come in. In justice t to yourself be sure and see our wonderful POSSIBLY the war the lias brought home to us is "Thrift." Most of us were carelessly extravagant and quite thoughtless of the need for saving but now well, we know better, and are considerably more careful. Monroe Clothes are exactly in keeping with present day ideas of economv they are indeed Thrift Clothes they offer you the utmost value that can be had at their prices. Monroe Clothes are bought by more men in New York than any other make sold there, because they combine Style, Workmanship and Quality, with prices that provide an emphatic saving. We are now ready with a representative stock of Metropolitan Monroe Clothes that you will delightedly select from at the prices, $25, $30, $35. assortment before you buy. WIRE FENCE Another Car of Wire Fence just in. Our price to you ONLY I ft. No. f) Top !l 55 cents. SO I ft. all No. cents. GOOD CLOTHES HAKE GOOD BOYS. 2( 2(5 inch Hogs 12 in. stay inch Hogs. (Jin. stay 40 cents. 45 cents Style means just as much to the boy as to the man. We know that and buy our boys HAY 0 1- -2 BAILING . . WIRE 1.75 Clothes accordingly Bring or send him to x 15 only us and he will always be a Welch Customer. RYE. liest see.l TIMOTHY. now liy, (,ur ',ri'" ,0i"-- v is (w reatlv at our Seeil ONLY )!)t. cheaper than the. market. Special while it lasts ONLY $.25 $2.00 Per Rushel. Per Bushel. WHY PAY MORE Best Patent Flour only $1.40 .11 Best Gran. Sugar, (all you want) Ground Barley (best hog feed) ..$3.75 Cane Mills, only $37.50 Hay Bailing Wire $1.75 Galvanized Roofing $6.25 SUITS. ALL SIZES. ALL PRICES. DRESSES. FOR OLD AND YOUNG. Silks, Serges and Newest Tricolutte.s. New Creations. York's Furniture, found in our Furniture Department. furniture, LET WELCH Furniture, Ky. NEWLY WEDS FEATHER YOUR NEST. Our prices Come let us show you the largest and by far the most attractive assortment of high class furniture in Central are right and our selections will please the most critical. Rugs Coles Hot Blast Heaters Moores Heaters, Majestic Ranges, Linoleums, China, Lamps, Pianos, Player Pianos, Victrola and Columbia Talking Machines, Davenettes In fact anything you want will be WELCH? DEPARTMENT STORE "KEINTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. IMWWMMIHIMI Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. 4 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept IB, 1919. Delco Light The Important features for you to cor.aidtr-ii- . Electric Lifiht and Power plants are SIMPLICITY, DEPENDABILITY, AND LOW OPERATING COSTS. DELCO-LIGHis self starting; only one place to oil, air cooled, no water used, no carburetor, suction fuel feeds, runs on kerosene, gasoline or gas. T ! SALE OF LAND Cumin! Circuit Court, jl'uilah lluur.leyV Griln., ct nl V. ASK OUR USERS. W. S. Stnathers Lancaster, Kentucky. It puts you in eep this Cli'inms:. for it l Valuable touh with the Men you want, for they are notej to sell land higher than nnjbtii;. e'se in is business. 1'iirsuaut tn u ut tin- - ,UUt TVrrn, 1011), alfrmtl Commissioner will jell at pub lir miction liafnti- - the Court llou.J ili or in Ijuicnstcr, Kentucky, itt 1 1 i o'clifl. a m., nr thronlxniM, i t MONDAY, SKITKMllKlt V-- Ul'.i. i jliiiiit; the llrnt iluy of the (Intra I County Court Term, thr teal etu' i mi'iitioneil In the pli'iulinitK ml ilc- -i 'iiriheil as follows: I In Cnrranl County, Kentucky, ml the water nf Scott's Kork of Suirr 'tieek anil Imumleil ns follows, to-u. ItiKlnuinc nt n stake in line tn Hurt Ihence his line N iTi W l.V.i.fi polojl W SVj ti. a stake; thence poles to .1 stake nt eilce of lirnnch, Ihence up the same nltli Its meiiilv.. , S 30'i K fi.2 oles S tilU K S3' ols Good Limestone Garrard County Land, Juiltrmcnt ri'iulcml (longing to SIMPSON SISTERS, the tiriilrr I'ltlTi jof 90 ACRES in on the premises be- - AT l' ARM by-bi- S 284 K V.Vi KiIc S stake nt mouth of U:-tMl K :iT-- 'l u drain; themd ' line N 71 K ;!l poles X St K poles to :i beech coiner to Iva Hem l'.i iicie tiHctj thence her lln-22 K 12 poK's to the ln'cinnint; containing fill acres I iimhI ami 1 Thursday, Oct. 2nd, Located on Lexington Pike six miles from Lancaster, eight miles of 'Danville, three miles Bryantiville Graded School, an hour's run to Lexington. Star mail route twice daily. Cumberland and Home Telephones. Prospects of Big Dix's River Dam with lights and intcrurban car line. IMPROVEMENTS Two story eight roam residence, halls and two porches, born and all ncccts.-troutbuildings.. Splendid water, well, cistern, cverlastinc springs, etc. This is limestone dirt. Besides the long pl'ie frontage a Rood country rond borders one ctr of?,aod farm side this and it will be subdivides! into a number of tracts, each tract with pike or road fronlace. So it will be an easy matter to get e.taclly whrtt you want. Beautiful building sites all along the pike. Good school and church rirjhl on edge of farm. It is an ideal place to live, on one of the very best high ways in the country, in a splendid community, right at school and church, etc. "Nifty" stuff. It is just the size place you have been looking for, located where you want it and is sure to sell for the "High Dollar". We invite the closest in of this property. The more you look the more you will bid. Meet us there on day of Sale THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2nd, at 10:30 A. M.-- We want to meet you and talk it over with you. Don't miss this GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to get what you want. You don't have chances like this every day. Remember at this sale the bidder fix the price. It will be an YOU say what it is worth. Absolute Sale without reserve or TERMS EXCEEDINGLY LIBERAL AND MADK KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. COL. JOHN B. DINW1DDIE on the block. For full particulars, blue prints, etc, see, write or phone h's 3 j (ft to sull earth, for you know "The best bank on earth is earth itself." We are AUCTION SPECIALISTS ami always sell Yon make the price. We make as advertised. the deed. We have sold land everywhere, for the sale yon attended was a financial success for the OWNKR We carry the three best auctioneers in the country. Is tho. best way on You know XOW is the time to SK1.U TIIK LIVE WIDE-AWAK- Public Auction liolni: the same land conveyed hy Itolinda Ili'l, Hill by ded ilate.l February I, INTO, an I worded u. the (iurraiil County Cleik's Oilicv in Meed llo.ik IS, pa ;e t.. .; role, Tract Xo. 2. Ilecinnlnir at a stake the middle of the Ijincaster A llurkeyv Turnpike o.id; thence w'tn diwcr line X US V IS.h pole to a stake; thence X 22 'b V S2.ll pole to stake neat- a botch and a Hnriii' in tin nee X 7'.l W 17.1 dcs to a beech If you nie fnte ute.I Write, Wire, Cable or Call U. M HEAL ESTATE EX. VICTORY REALTY CD. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. .S. A. WAI.KEH, Cen. Mer. T C ELKIX, Sales Mjrr r ,v ITin Alt i I .2 a i I ShAiMiMc rrriccc lkTs . 12! Kf.mV . i,Dt xr.on- 111 VM'H Ml - i. ti i . 'frt.'J (utmturt-cent "ciiinp:ei n S Hift wrjoJ of i.r . Wail.iblc; l.fcl per tqr.ac ftnt. I)iir . d,. Iwj it . I arriwuo.1 . fVTi .! - J ti Lr - j I h ri cn. rrrjIl.inhvTifdP I.f. r t t. yr-i- n C : ni THE Ik STORE .ttiv. kOurlrvu TMC IN YOUR tOCA ,iTY twie. ii tumut it (vIMer r J rstirtt for errk orrur'i OHIO V4PINftH COMPANY CLCVILANO. O !iir ou r McKOHKKTS DRUG STORK. tl.ence his line S fiR K 20.-- poles to a stake middle of nfoif.aid turnpike; thence with miclle of same S 21 W poles to the 21.15 poles S 31'i W tO.-Uulnnlni:. contninini; Hi acres. Ucin .Mie siiine tiact of land inherited hy ha llrazley fnun her father, S. A Mill and conveyed to her by partitioi. deed from S. A. Hill's heirs to S. A Hill's heirs by deed dated December 2'l, 1S05, and recuiilei! in the (Inrraid County Clerk's OHice in Deed llooK Xo. 1". page 212. The purpose of the s.ile herein Is t divide the proceeds umoni; the joint iiwncrs thereof. TKKJIS The sale will be made on a ciidil of siv and twete months and the ptr tliaser will be required to executu 'liond with approved security for tli.i purchase piiiv, due in six and twclvi? months, said bonds bearing six jwr !tnt interest from date until pail li.winr the fin i f and effect of a juilc "nn nt upon which execution may issui payable to V II Ilrown, .Master Com missioner of the (iarrard Circuit Cour-.- , Kin tin rnd u lien ullt be roerved property sold until the purchase mon-- paid. w, ii. mtowx. M. C. C. C. C. K. ItOlilXSOX, Atty, for I'ltffs. 'theme Icivinir doner X 25 i E 42 ','tw t' a stake In line to Lnulcr'r; HUOH&S & Mc6flRTY, PHONES 180, 184 and 152. Stanford. Ky. i The Cook Farm Sale In Lincoln County Implements, Farm Machinery, Live Stock and Corn will be sold on Wednesday, October 8th. N Our phllojopher says: Farmers PUBLIC RENTAL OF had such u hard time in the past that nearly all of 'em cot to be first-clas- s grumblers. Xow that they've Rot a wad of bills as big as your list, it's time for 'em to learn to quit 109 A. C R !E3 S That tired, wora-oc- t fcclinL' ii n cauxd !r a system. Youricedan rontoctoubuU tiiiue quickly to semi rich, red blood cour.ui? thru your Ixnly to supply the tlemrnts tint l.nc become ciluustcd. OF GOOD UftND Saturdey, September 27th, AT TWO P. M. ON THE PREMISES. This farm adjoins (he farm of Col. I. M. DUNN, near Marcsllus. Ten acres of this farm now irr fine Bluegrass tsbd, ready for tobacco; ten acres in corn; forty 'afcres in wheat, balance in fine bluegrass sod. J Acid Iron Mineral is prticrihtJ by 'hyilcuni la sll vihfre s tonic Ii fiuliratrd, berjuic It Ii the most ixmcrful natural Iron tonic known. Ati-- i Iroa nigral ftrpaM by tattt' (l cwu )w IfntM r 4 fK l t itaiil mtklUiwI ires tMii in M kmufil U iLweittii wmIJ tt Mlr ttl b Cftlw4 With cUeUCttlf it f'9sr4 f sUvtt. Pntiiiflf tj kV4 lajtii toflfc f CSttH ill feX1. , a bottlt liom your drug, directed, ami put tnJjy. tike in a few day you will notire an improvrmrnt in your health. rSftRODINC CHCMICAL CORP. VlrglftU run ft tfH (tt t h RMlt, For Sale on our Farm five miles from Stanford and one mile from the Preachers-vill- e and Stanford turnpike. The Farm Implements consist of the following: Wagons, Plows, Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Wheat Drill, Grass Seed, Engine, Pay-Pec- k Silo Filler, Drill, Roller, Six Horse Power Foss-Ga- s Galvanized Troughs, Tanks, Tobacco Cultivators, Water Troughs and Tanks, Wire Fence and many other Implements too numerous to men tion. The Stock consists of 65 Hogs, and Shoats which will be sold in lots of five head. Hogs have been fed for two months on wheat and will make splendid Hogs for Home use. 6 Sows and Pigs. 4 Angus Feeding Steers, 1 Jersey Springer, very fine. The best Hereford milk cow in the State, with calf by her aide. 1 Hereford Bull. Some of these' Calves are very fine bulls. 6 Holstein Cows and Calves. 8 Registered Saddle Mares by such sires as Rex Peavine, Bourbon Chief and Jack Twip?. bred to King Edward VII. that is one of the greatest sires of fine walking horsci. A number of Registered Colts, yearlings and two year olds, Mares, Geldings and Stallions. Percheron Mares and Percheron Geldings. 1 Yearling Mule out of a Percheron mare, 4 Mule Colts out of Percheron Mares. 1 two year old Jennet. 200 Big Bone black faced Slock hwes, mostly yearlings and two year olds to be sold in lots of 25 and 50 and 7 yearling Oxford Rams. These are probably the best sheep in the country. We will give easy terms to those who make arrangements before sale. 50 Acres of Corn will be sold in the shock in lots to suit pur chasers. There will be a Tobacco show by the tenants which will be judged bv one of the big tobacco men of Lexington. j The 400 acre Farm on Dix River has been subdivided and will be sold on easyt terms. This is the best Tojjacco farm in Lincoln county and one of the best in the state. BOLIVER BOND and SONS, Auct. Lexington, Ky. by all Dmgcisl E. C. IWcWhorter. Cumberland Grocery Co., Jyactioa City. Ky., Wht.UiaU Dislrllmtor.