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MULE COLT DAY CiTY PROPERTY G CAMPAIGN OPENS THE POT BOILING GRAHAM PRICE Many Mules Hero Rut Named as County Can1- paign Chairman. Few Buyers. Monday win known as mule unit tlicy wen- ilny in lame-astehere from every M'ctiiin or me court- tv nml many from adjoining enuntii-- . hut for untie reason few sale vere made, the huern contending the owner were asking too much. the claimed thnt v liilo the owner He buvcr were bidding too low ire unable to tell who wa to hlume tlmt xcry few high hut we will .last niulen were cllereil A few solil for $iiH ami on up to 4 1'lO, the latter heme n wry line one anil was bought hy llontn Brother I I.at it fy Aged mule were ilull ami only a few olil. Ollie Juhnson Hold two nice plantation hore to Mr. I.etton It. Vemont. of Fieri for tC'iO.OO. U Arnohl ohl 11 team of hore mull's Jo Georgia parties for f.lTti.OO. of llarrodtburg. Cracks At Creation. Aparently "proliteer" fit. High everyone yelling at everybody hut hint- - You I'ft' of living? Ufe is Just one expensive eat after out The naming uf I Ion. Green Bow- line a chairman of tin' Deinoctntlc s n ounty mmpiiign (. ommittee and to our mind i wise one of the he.it that coillil have lieen made, lie i going ut h work with bwn unprccedent. 11 to put vengi'iince nml purpose Saturday afternoon, Mr. 1) Democratic A. TIhwiii Onrranl rminty in the olil forKiiinninl .Sister nnka where the nnttirnliy iielonit, in their property on Danville Mrcct, to N'uvemher On the Mr. It. '.limner for S'J.O'.'fi. Mr HowliiiR in a democrat of the nil me afternoon he sold the property old school, exceedingly popular nml nf Am'crfon Brothers to .Mr. Mike known a one of the Forbes for $fitlln. The Lewis prophas hIwii.v I est rnnipmi .1 v rKcr 111 the utility erty owneil hv, .1. W. Smith nml the If hu gel the upp rt inii Kmhry property ali owneil hy Mr. tun that he expects ami deserves ' Smith was ohl hy few medium!, the from the demjerata of Currant furmi r to .1. F. Thompson for $8000 eoiiiitj, there will he 11 different tale unit the Kmhry property to Mr. Ira t.ihi in Noemb.T, than wa tohl in llnltztlnvv for Jii.lKil). The llnsel-ou- r August election, den pronerty owneil dy G. C. Walker (io to it Mr. Howling, our hut arciui sold dy the United Itealty and oir to you ami our coat are off to Development Co., of which Mr J. S, your service, lomniHnil u at your Hnel.lcn is mani'gcr, was sold to Dr will. Walker for $ti,00ll ami the Prenli cottage- - across the street to the Bap- . tt- -t church lor r),ouo. All of thin property fold at All in THREE FORD TRUCKS. (nod Condition. Juit Overhauled, public auction nml all of thee liram of have fale.4 advertised in thin O. K. CARPENTER. J.. It At Garrard Mill. the Kccnril. Read tin .11 and Jeep itto the d ites. . ".ted oat Demand And Two Good Speeches Meeting At Baptist Well Known And Well Church Drawing Sol line; K'apidly. Here Last Monday. Connected Here, Large Crowds. N.ver In the Mutiny or memory of The court houje van Passes Away At .ku. rally .ii inhabitant h tluii' Hn Inifd here lant Mo.tdi.y, to htar the The evangelistic serv nt the open. nt of the Democratic lunipaign i'th a ileiniiml fur ci'y priert:. His Home In much The number of in thin uiunty Met. with spvcc'iet hy llaptist Church have nwul.t lit present. " Kcndrick Adorn, of Staninterest urn! are being wci' a, widcd. few week linn "Juiljti sales during the Danville. C. , . lt '. jit Ilev. O. Johnson already h. found : place in til 3 hearts of those "Judge'' Alcorn who was not 11 who have heard him. Kvcryone destrnnger to a (inrrurd county audi- clares him to he or.e of the most in ence is at hi hct when it comen to tcresting speakers they have ever I!ro. Juhnon preaches twice making a de nocr itic speech and his heard. The morning services remark were heartily applauded by every dav begin at 10 o'clock and Inst only one the enthuii'tie hiarers. Hun. S'cott May, who wim fcimer-l- y hour. The evening '.erviee degin Collet tar of Internal Revenue at at 7M.V I.nui.-- v illr spoke for nearly an hour The following are some of the and held (he attention of the crowd subjects upon which Ilro. Johnson during the entire time. It wns Mr. will speak: "On A Barhrd Wire Fence." Mays' lirnt appearance in Lancnster "The Magnetism of Jesus." and hu made many friends all of rd." "The B.cU whom will greet him warmly should "When The Devil Coes Fishing." he eer return to laincnster. ford mi Hon. Scott Miys, of I.ouin-vill- i. "Anchored". O'POSSUM Invades Hen Roost. Jjist Friday night a large opossum the hen houe of .Misses I.il- Imp and Kate Kinnnird and Mnrv mid Jane Doty, uii Danville street and hut for the noise made hv the hens in their alarm, the entire Hock might have been annuhilated. The young ladies rushed to their aid ami found that one hen had been killed and old brer isfum was shyly approaching another on one of the roosts of the house. A neighbor was called and the possum was killed without further ceremony. The total Ill's was a big fut hen. illTMlll e, FOR SALE. iue another The high cost of serUuily in interfering marriage niarlei. lulu, t Hemp Seed Wanted. We it seems, with theiw ).m, per-In are ill the Mi,. Jennie ll.ggin. wi.hes us t Blue GraSS B. Y. P. U. The a S'i.x urutlr rile aav .. say that he is ready to pay all teach The Fourth Annual meeting of the er for their first month salary, proiHul ol time, hut . ilupeiiM imiti Kllin vidVil they have their report signed "lllue (irais II Y I'. I'. Association i'em of ivifilom .i hw he hoth trustee and chairman and 011 of Central Kentucky" will convene Don't forget the lot sale nt Utick-eytendcncie at Stamping Ground Kentucky, Oct. Alien" of an.trrhwtie her office. tile Saturday afternoon at two thin country. Jail 2nd and .'ird, Jill'.l. Preparations me not needed in o'clock See advertisement in this are being made for a line meeting Next Week. er hell l the hent plnec for them. isue. of and each II. V. I' I'. In Central KenWatch for the advertisement Teddy the Seconal doe not like Company, tucky is invited to send delegates. Mercantile Joseph Notice-AHe hat adopted the the il the lloUhevikl. which, will apienr next week on the American Legion Members of of ".Meet 'I'm Head On" ."locan Speaking. Post lleidel Sanford N'o. :i."i are re. personal page of the paper, and each Republican throughout the Hon (leorge W. Colvin, of Spring-helquested to meet in the offices of Dr. "The only pearl I ever found wa week thereafter year. of the candidate on the Republican John M. Acton on Friday night, wife." reniarkiM a local citlieti o'w.nde r you name mm. ticket for Superintendent of I'uhlic Sept. 2"rd. at 7:1.'. P. M. This is the other day. Carolina Tobacco. InMruerion, spokt at the court house VjjV important ami all members are I of last afternoon and made cordially asked to he present at this Uevrw the ancient order Mr Wood Walker brought to this'-r- e the and ihinim. Save the dollar The Committee .Hue a sample of North Carolina a good speerh from his standpoint, t. eetin pennies v. ill take rare of themselves. tobacco that recently sold over the He i a plen.int ami fluent speaker 0 hirger audi-I- t '"' "oul(l ,,;,u' pound. Meeting. breaks there for !MI cents The open door to opportunity is the (iarrard 'iu-- had It not l'ni for the circus is very much like A protaeted meeting will begin pcopl most inuinal.lv open, hut county product hut is lacking in the which was on parade at the time he- next Monnay night at Fairvievv prefer to crawl in through the key length. was hilled to speak and naturally the hole. crowd followed the parade to the church on the Richmond pike, conducted by Rev. Frank Tinder. We circus grounds 111 ' We suggest, in the intclest ceonomy, tho elimination ef the the II. M.,.,. tmi, lliifhi-- nml Farnnii of i; market for cultivntWrite or mil Hud-- I - Next Tuesday. The live ftock nale of farrier and In v"i'!ir- - .ipiea' in Vw the Pill- will lie included ll'i good grade en en that will he mil. I worth the mofiev lieiiii the adv. ih-- n. tJ- Teachers Money. "Red Lights" "On The Witness Stand for Jesus" "Climbing The Colden Stairs". "Am I A Chriitiati?" "The Unpardonable Sin." "The Home Over There." "The Dissatisfied Christian." "The Final Judgment." , "Breaking The Alabaster Box." Sunday will be a very interesting and a very important day. It is state mifsion day in the Sunday School and Ilro. Johnson will lead the children in song and make the entire morning service interesting to all. In the afternoon at .'! o'clock there will be a service for men only. The subject for the afternoon is "The Price Of A Haircut". The evening service will also he a great one. Come early and get a good Do nit miss any of these splendid services. C. I). STI10TI1F.R. Pastor. Don't forget the lot sale nt Duck-ey- Saturday o'clock. issue. afternoon at two See advertisement in this tn Pie Supper. There will be a Pie Supper at the tloslien Church on Saturday Sept. J7th, at S o'clock. Proceeds to go for the benefit of the church. Kvery. one is cordial!) invited. The death of .Mr. Robert Graham Price at his home in Danville last Friday morning, was learned with deep regret hy friends and relatives in this county, where he spent his early childhood, before moving to Danville. The following from the Danville Dally Messenger of last Friday. says. "Mr. Robert Graham Price, one of the most prominent citizens of Dan ville, passed nway at his home on West Lexington street this morning o'clock of Bright' disease. at He had been critically HI for several days and death was not unexpected. He was born in Garrard county on November 29, 18GG, and came to Danville when ten years old, living here ever since. .Mr, Price was educated at Centre College and was nppointed Clerk of the Iloyla Circuit Court on July 1899, by Judge M. C. Saufley to take the place of his brother, Hon. W. J. Price, who was elected county attor ney. He served as Circuit Clerk for many years and made a popular official. He was also a practicing attorney and a member of the local bar. He numbered his friends by his acquaintances and will be greatly missed in the community. Deceased is survived by his wife. who before her marriage was Miss Mary Walker, of this city, hi mother, Mrs. W. C. Price, and two broth-erHon. William Jennings Price, Minister to Panama, and Mr. Herbert H. Price, of Danville. Funeral services will he held at the residence Sunday afternoon at 2:.'10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. E. M. Green, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, of which Mr. Price was a member. Immediately after the the body will be taken to the cemetery at Lancaster, where it will rest in a vault temporarily. BUYING LUXURIES. Wage Earners Doing Keep- 11 Protracted September 26 and 30th. Tomorrow, Friday night, you will see that popular movie actress. Pearl White, In The Lightning Raider, at Romans Opera House. There will he several other high class pictures, also the a good orchi'stra will furnish Don't music. Regular admission. mis it. Or. next Tuesday, the 30th, you will see that wonderful picture, "An Kye fur an Kye . It it said that a mini In Chicago said he would give $1,000 to see it. If you are not blind, don't fail to see this good pic night ture, Tuesday at Romans Opera House. Share Toward riimlnon t ling to see wom Hut, then, A slight windstorm struck lainca-te- r en in pants these days. nlvuiyh wore the dear creature lat Frid'iy Just after the che of the circus Hn the afternoon. The etc etc. tent was blown down and one of the N'ow that feminine hosiery Is con...nai. ln.t alii'tilli' liiirt. ri'.lllf lilt- - III on display Just where do the no show at mg'ht stantly Other damnge fuir ones carry those bulging, pow-le- r wa Inn.. In the wilier timer of the puffs! Ire Plant and uhout one hundred dollars damage to the (Iarrard ToKven the II. C. I., can not prevent bacco Warehouse. Old Santa Claus ambling along at the cheduled hour. Save the dollar this time. Standardization of poultry, which There is one serious objection t. mean one dreed for each county, is incarcerating the proliteer. They now being put into operation in H.'i would probably own the jail within counties III Kentut'k) under the twenty-fou- r , hour. direction of the F.xtcnsiuu Division College of Agriculture This The mint trying feature of war of the from un- past spring Sti 1,000 purebred eggs are the learned article K.. coun- learned heads that Hood the coun- were distrilniteil in tliese ties. It I predicted that 7.'0.0(I0 try when the scrap is over. purebred eggs of standard ore ens Life i Just a continuous grab for will lie solil tor setting next season. witli one dollar after another. Ami some of us there I an agonizing difWas Big. ference between giahhiiig and get-linLast week long lines of young and young women waited for the State A sweet temper and a sunny dis- a chance to register at It was a Uiy time for position make any woman attractive. Facial blemishes and form defects nil coni'crned. but it was an ex- arc eldom noticed in one who ra- ticmely pleasant time because tde was a thing of the past and diate good cheer. at the vouth was again knocking deing made The strenuou effort door of opportunity in the good old army are to recruit up the regular enrollment way. The fashioned productive of at least one denelieial during the first few day proved con result trenuously in officialdom. dusively that lUIO-'-'will he a The lecmij, himself is a shy bird Jut banner year for old State. Wind Storm. Grand Lodge Meeting I. O. O. F. The Work Grows. enrollment nuvv Doys many a man n woman ca.on the hoy ami. Again lid with a form devine, only to find that ,,lru : iu. pig Club have taken he had annexed a bunch uf pads In-- j j,,), ,onun uvrr veteran breeder .. stead, Hut naw, however, '. """.lilt the Slate ralr which ha. Just you know! closed. The Junior Chan.p.on.li.p m. world i looking to America in iiiimpanirc classes weiu m n "The J. Mamhy, Jr., of laidrange, who is to replenish it food supplies," say In the old. years eleven dispatch. Of course. The only n new Junior Sow Pig Cluss for world sits on it pant and looks to llreeder' Duioch, tlie club member took first, America for everything. It is the second and third with 37 showing. popular international pastime. J.euna" Down. Cox' Creek, took first with her gilt Down's Rest. Chns. M. Wheeler, Iluechel, got Our store will be closed Saturday, second place with Taxpayer's MinOctober 4th, on account of Jewish nie. seGeorge Huyilen, Springfield, or day ol hollduy. Yon Klppoor cured the third prize with Iluyden's atonement. '.'j-L'Joseph Mercantile Co. Cardinal Queen. In the good old day And Girls Win. thought he wa marrying Store Closes. Five Thousand Odd Fellows Kentucky and Southern Indiana are me u.r., eapccicn m luien.i State (Irani! Lodge meeting in Louis. In the rush of our large paper last, ville Tuesday and Weilni'sdny, Oct.1 .' week, an advertisement stated that ober II anil 1.1th. The exemplification of tlie Second Degree on Hasehlen Ilrothers were the ugenU Tuesday night by Dome Lodge Xo. for the Western Electric Power and degree ti'.mi. Light, when in fact, llastin Ilrothers , with their champion ale the sole agents, Is the drawing ctri! In the Inlvertisement of the Welsh The sessions of the (Irani! Lodge Rite Department Stores, our type said will be held in the Scottish Degree that they were selling timothy seed Second The Cathedral. work will he exemplified in the Arm-or- for 25 cents a bushel, when it should The cliiiiax wus capped by Swineone of. the larirest exhibit halls have been fl'i.'JS a bushel. Wc arc ., , , ".i balcony seats sorry for the mistakes and will try broad the real estate man, when he near sold the "llaugliman Heights , class of one to avoid such in the future, iv t,(,usllm p,.,,,,,.. Danville last week, containing 'HQ , uii I,., m. lots for a total of JU.'i.OOO. An itiated. other good sale dy him Tuesday, wa ,rtlin f 0,1,1 A The hoys of the High School met 'r"m Harrodshurg and vicinity has a few day ago and organized a Foot the sate of the Montgomery or Steele farm un.uty been arranged for. It is Ilnll Team nml are now working got II-in Lincoln, when B. M. Cowan - nr res for $i:t,K22.00 and probable that other special will hard each afternoon for it success. got 134 acres for David Overstree rta'le 'up from western ami eastern The following named high school about $0,000. lie alio sold yesterA rate of one and Kentucky students were elected to look after day the 4 'IS acre farm of Hendren third fare ha been griintel fur all the interest of the team. and Woods, in Madison county ut an points of Kentucky, Elisha Carrier, Manager. Francis average of 170. S3. This rate wilj he granted on the cer-wTodd' Elliott, Cuptuin; and Civile titiente plan, and those attending lloltzclaw, Secty and Treasurer. rc- and should secure certilicatc At this time quite a few High in I Schools have called Manager Carrier from the tntion agent tlu-iheme towns before they start lor a giiino huh ic is ine iiiieiuioii ui Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, RepubliEffort for Louisville. are being the team to have a game on tlie local can candidate fur Governor, ha made to sir u re a special rate from gridiron next Friday week. named seven person', three Demosouthern Indiana points, with good Iloost Your Home Team. crats, three Republicans, and one prospects of success. Independent, vvhum he has selected, In Kentucky there are 27,000 Odd without salary, to have general Fellow, memher of three hundred Aside from the many sale of city supervision of penely and charitable and ixty lucnt lodge. These lodges property at public auctluit several institutions uf the state in the event will rend eight hundred official rep- private sales have been madi recentl- of hi election a Governor. iiiuiie iu me i.iiuis nie-- y, The seven are! Dr. W, A. (!an-fielMr. II. II. Ilatson sold hi residence Danville, Ky, and President uf yelUmtt o tl(,ri, m, :1(,()00 (Mi " $8,000, for ,,,,, ,..,, , to Haseldvn Brother i i, Centre College; Dr . Frank Sprague, ,h given January 1st. head of Sprague Sanatorium, Lexpossession to be come to the meeting. Mr W. T Wot sold to J. I. Humid ington; Edward W, Hinea, LouisHOAR FOR SALE: He; type ton the store room that was once ville; Fred M. Sackett, I.ounaville; Duruc. Orion and Defender breed- used for the post office, who in turn Mr. laifon Riker, president of the Registered None sold it to llaselden Ilrothers and Kentucky Federation of Woman's ing. letter. Sumunized. First class individual. will be occupied by the laincaster Clubs, HarroiUhurg; Clarence U. Squire S. T. Excellent sire. Ha hud best of Auto Sales Company. Howling llreen and Mr. Alice care and easy service. In perfect Sanders bought the II. T, Logan Hlgui Rice, Louisville. Twenty-thre- e condition and health. property on Danville street for Our philosopher say; A field I month old. Selling to dissolve part- $7,200; L. G. Davidson sold his nice nership. Henry I.loyel and K. C. residence on Richmond street to Dr. like a horse, it's got to be fed an' Cheatham, Lancaster, Ky., Phone M. S. Hatfield for 5,'J00 anil posses- handled nn' thought about u good SU-2:iK'J-sion was (riven the first of the month. ileal to he kept In condition. predict splendid results from these meetings, as Mr. Tinder is a fluent, forceful and earnest speaker and has many friends in the county who will hear him during hi meetings there. of Kveryonc cordially invited. ing Up Prices. Luxuries are in excellent demand. The wage-earnis contributing a big share of it. He wonders perhaps why he finds it hard to make ends meet. tIIe blames high prices. He insists on higher pay. He berates the system which compel-som- e to toil and others to hundle the money which makes it possible for him to labor. Uut does he stop to ask where the fault lies that he is not "getting along": So one him luxuries. He is entitled to them, must and should have them. Modern life demands it, else he would not he mentally fit to labor. But there must he a limit to every man's expenditures. It is no more reasonable to suppose that the man of wealth will continue to be helpful to the community if he squanders his money in than it is which he is, if he'neglects to provide Judiciously, thriftily, for his house-t- o suppose that the wage earner will remain the backbone of Industry. hold. There are luxuries and luxuries. Some of them can become nothing short of criminal extrava- gance it depends on who indulges in them. ..,. Errors Corrected. Swinebroad Still Sells 'Em. ,.., ,..,.. .vw Foot Ball. Morrow Names Seven For Board. Card Of Thanks. We take this method of express- ing our thanks for the kindness shown u hy our friends and neighbors during the illness and death of our dear husband and father. .Mrs. . M. Hroaddus and family. FOR RENT: Danville street, hv Harry. A Some Private Sales. ,,,. ,.,. ,,, nice cottage on formerly occupied . J. Elmore ,.. Don't forget the lot rale at Buck eye, .Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. See advertisement in this issue. FOR SALEi Th. Tottcn Crab Orchard Straat, four splendid 25-2- t. house, cittern, and nvr place, acres. larga barn, garage, failing spring. II. Clay Hamilton. STRAYED from my place, on Back Creek, Saturday Sept. 20th, u black mare with white hind feet. high. Liberal hands uhout 14 reward. Joseph Brewer, 2S-2- t. It. F. 0. 1, Lancaster. Ky. ii ...e-s- . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 25 1919. BIGGEST LAND SALE EVER CONDUCTED IN KENTUCKY. FAMOUS RUSSELL CAVE PIKE, NEAR LEXINGTON 1541 ACRE S DIVIDED WILL BE SOLD at 10:30 A. THURSDAY, OCT. 2nd, M. Rain or Shine. w ill AUCTION Li This large farm has 5 miles of pike frontage, and owing to the enormous investment in improvements made by the late Mr. J. B. Haggin, it will be necessary to have several farms containing about 250 to 300 acres, but we will also have some small tracts and will in a few days publish a map showing how this property is subdivided. This map will show also, all the expensive plumbing and water lines that spread like network over the farm. Each tract we sell will have the running water thereon, and each purchaser will receive a deed to his interest in the water system. This magnificent never failing water system is separate and apart from any other part of the famous Haggin land; it has its own 25,000 gallon tank, its own large gasoline engine, and its own source of supply in a spring the bottom of which has never been found. We bought this system complete with the farm, and you get it without any reservations, all purchasers sharing in its ownership with only a nominal annual charge for maintenance and operation. throughout with the This farm has about 900 acres in old blue grass sod, also a lot of virgin soil; is fenced and water-gappe- d n Haggin type; and listen: Has 5 main dwellings, twenty small houses, seven $5000.00 tobacco barns, 11 fine Haggin stock barns, silos, etc., all equipped with running Water. We have 12 small houses on the Ferguson pike which adjoins and are on 5 acre lots; these also equipped with running water, and will be sold separately and not with any tract or as a whole. This magnificent estate lies in the best section of Grand Old Fayette County. Although we have had numerous requests for prices on this land, we positively will not sell any of it at private sale, "then run it through the auction sale," as has been suggested by friends who haven't had the experience in the auction sale business that we have. When you are the last bidder on one of these tracts, you will certainly get a deed and it will be yours to hold and enjoy as long as you live (unless you price it) and to increase in value from time to time. For further information and description, see later ads, but in the meantime if you wish to see the property take it up with C. N. Manning or S. A. Wallace, ' WLT ' at the Security Trust Company, or O. O. Carpenter, or S. H. Johnson on the farm, or the undersigned. ' well-know- O. T. WALLACE, WM. M. NICHOLLS, Managers. K sugar tree stump; thence S 58.7 poles to an elm bush, corner to same; thence with same S 85 E 48 poles to the center of lloltons SALE OF LAND Branch; thence down the same with its meander, N 42 4 E 21 poles N CO E 44 poles N 17 1 E about GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT, 20 poles to the beginning, containing 40 acres, more or less. fiarranl Bank ami Trust Co., ct ul Plaintiffs. Said land will hrst be offered in separate tracts ami then as u whole, VS. Thompson Davis, tit al. Defendants, mid the Commissioner will accept the Pursuant to u judgment rendered bill or bids realizing the most money. The purpose of the sale is to set at the August Term, l'Jl'J, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at tle the estate ot .Mary J. Simpson, deceased, and divide the proceeds on the premises on public auction thereof among the Joint owners of TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1911), at 10 o'clock A. M., the real estate' tame. TERMS. mentioned in the pleadings and desThe sale will be made on a credit cribed as follows: of six nnd twelve months and In Garrard County, Kentucky, on purchaser, or purchasers, will be the rethe waters of Paint I.ick Creek, nndi quired to execute bonds with ap bounded as follows: proved security for the purchase Tract No. 1. Beginning at a price, due six months stake, at a fallen lynn on the bank respectively inand nnd twelve six per bearing of said creek, above the mouth of cent interest from date until paid, Bolton's Branch, and corner to Ben- having the force and effect a jamin Wheeler: and Marion Prewitt; judgment upon which execution ofmay thence with Prewitt's line (old calls) payable to W. Brown, II. issue, V 103 poles to a hickory N 08 .Master stump thence N CO W 0'! poles to a Circuit Commissionera of the Garrard Court, and lien will be reBynum; stake on a hill, corner to served upon the property sold until ITBTI 302 Trust Building The world to an end shall come In eighteen hundred and eighty-on- LEXINGTON, KY. CAK I ERSVILLE. Miss Estell.1 Davis was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sum Davis. Mr. D. I.. 'Gablurd and son, ("ail, are visiting in West Virginia this week. Mrs. Bluffard Jennings who has been Very ill is some belter at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. ()c.ir Morgan were visitors of Mm. I). U Gablurd ut the weeks end. Mr. and .Mrs. Andie Kob non and childicii visited Mr. nnd Ml-- , rmdd Br;...nt last Sunday. ited Mr Klw Calico tit Cottunburv List week. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilder ami children were the pleasant guests of their daughter. Mr. Bert Martin the weeks end. The stork has been ver, busy In this neighborhood. It left a liitle girl in each of the homes of Mr and Mrs. Andy Conn and Mr and Mr Bluffard Jennings. COMMISSIONER'S thence with same N 14 4 E 79 poles to the center of Wheelers' Spring branch; thence up the same with its meanders S 79 4 W 7 poles S 52 W 32 poles to u stake near an elm corner to Jas. Wheeler; thence S poles to u locust at it stone E 125 fence, a new division corner to Lot No. 2; thence with a wire fence S poles to a post with ap-pi- p 88 E 11 tree pointer; thence down the K 33 poles to a lohollow S 43 cust' by a drain; thence down said poles to u thorn drain S 22 E 14 E 14 poles to locust; thence 8 8 nn elm and double wild cherry at another drain; thence down said drain S 80 E 44 poles; thence S CO E 38 stone at rock to folcs side n of Bolton abrunch fence on about 4 poles above a spring; thence down Bolton Branch; with Its meanders, N 45 E 24 poles N 57 K 12 poles N 77 2 K 25 poles to the beginning, acres containing 72 more or less. Tract No. 2. Beginning at u tone, at a rock fence on the East side of Bolton's Branch, about 4 poles above a spring, corner to Lot No. 1; thence with lines of Lot No. 38 poles; 1, up a drain N CG W thence N 80 W 4 1 poles to an elm and double wild cherry on said drain; thence up the drain leading W 14 in from the North N 8 ntles to a thorn locust: thence N 22 poles to a black locust; W 14 W 33 poles to a thence N 43 post, with apple tree pointer; thence Willi a fence N 88 W 11 2 poles to a locust at a stone fence; thence with stone fence (old calls) S 4 E 10 4 poles to a stake; thence N 87 W 13 poles to a stake; thence S 4 K H. poles to a stake on line of the lower of Emcline Sebastian; thence with the same S 87 E 13 poles to W poles to an elm; thence N 50 3-- 4 poles to n locust ut end of stone fence: thence with a wire fence N 48 E 20 poles to u post with double mulberry pointer, corner to dower ami in Mrs. Hurt's line; thence with Hurt's line N 41 2 W 18 4 poles to an angle of stone pules to fence; thence N 51 E 15 corner of Robert Ilroadilus; thence with his line N 30 W 10 2 pules to a stake corner of the 24 acre tract; thence to include same . 29 1 9.15 chains to a lynn tree on South side of a drain: thence .N -- 1 0.57 chains to n thorn stump and locust pointer on North edge of said W 7.38 chains drain; thence N 52 to the beginning, containing 35 acres more or less. The purpose of the sale is to divide the proceeds thereof among the joint owners ot same. TERMS. The sale will be made on u credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six and respectively, months and twelve bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of n judgement upon which the purchase money is paid. execution may issue, payable to W. of W II. IIUOWN. M. C. G. C C. II. Brown, Master Commissioner the Garrard C ircuit ( ourt, and u I!. II. Tomlinson. Att'y for Plffs lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. COMMISSIONER'S W. II. BROWN, M. C. . C. C. It. II Tomlinson, Atty for Plffs. 21 ELECTION 'For School Trustees Saturday Oct. 4th. Notices have been sent throughout the various districts notifying to be the trustees of the election held on OCTOBER Ith, beginning at one o'clock on this afternoon. Miss Iliggins, our Superintendent is ex ceedingly anxious that more interest be taken in these elections for trus It tees than have been in the past is rather discouraging to the tiusteet to have so little interest from th? patrons and we arc urged that all patrons come out on this di;-- , Saturday, October 4th, and take part in these elections. Trustees will be elected in tin following No. Sycamore Valley, 20 R, C. Clark, Trustee. No, Beazley School, 'JR. Ollie lohnson, trustee. No West Point School, 17, II. K. Sebastian, trustee. Maon School, Sulwliitrict No. 21, Ed Sutton, trustee. No. Hickman School, 9, Howard King, trustee. No. 31, W. Sunnyside, L. Grow, trustee. No. 22, J. P. Bourne. Ham, trustee. Bright'. Bend, No. 30 G. A. Bowling, trustee. W alkcr School, No. IS, Tom Cotton, trustee. Buckeye High School , Sub-di- s trict No. 0, II. 31. Kurtz, trustee. Beech Grove School, No. 30, Wilson Hurte, trustee. Teatcrsvlllo, No. 31, I). N. Long, trustee. Bethel, No. 1, James The revival meeting which in progress ut Level Green church, closed last Sunday night There were a number of additions to the church. Brother VanWinkle Mrs. Colvin Butkins and daughter splendid pieuihrr ami delivered Mary of Livingston are visiting rela- some fine addresses. tives nnd friends at this place. YOU SALE A Mr. and Mrs. Green gentle harness P.irsou of Beren, were the pleasant guests of niHre and a giwd phaeton. I!. E. McRoberts. Mr. ami Mrs. Bluffard Jennings List Sunday. KOI! SAl.KGood brood mnre .Mrs. Elizabeth Calico and grand with mule colt by i,lc laughters, Amanda ami Lillian vis I W II Moss. - SALE OF LAND Mother Shipton Told of Aviation In 1488. GARRARD CIHCUIT COURT. Plaintiffs. et al. VS. Defendants. Walter Casey, et al, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term, 1919, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction on the premises on WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1919, at 2 o'clock, P, M the re.il estate mentioned in the pleadings anil described .us follows. In (iarranl County, Kentucky, on the waters of Paint Lick Creek and Beginning at bounded as follows: a sugar tree, turner to Mrs. Tim Logan ! thence with her line (old W 0.94 chains call) N 89 to u stone, corner to same; thence with E 18.85 chains to the same S 10 end of a stone fence (sugar tree stump now gone) on the North side of u branch, corner to same; thence 4 with Rice Ross, S 34 E 0.00 chains to a stake about 0 feet, Southeast of a wild cherry stump, corner to said Ross nnd T. Casey; thence to include part of the T. Casey tract, with Simpson S 3G E 4 81 poles to a willow on North side of a drain, corner to dower; thence a new division line, with the dower N 25 E 22 poles to the junction of two rock fences; thence 4 with a rock fence N 50 W 7 I!. A. Casey, which Is known as was first published in 1488, republished in 1011 and again in 1875. It will be noticed that all the events predicted in it except the last two lines have come to pass: "Carriages without horses shall go; And accidents till the world with woe. Around the world thought shall fly. In the twinkling of an eye: Water shall yet more wonders do: How strange, yet shall be true. The world upside clown shall lie, And gold be found ut root of tree, Through hills men shall ride, And no horse or ass bo at his side, Under wuter men shall walk, Shall ride, shall sleep, shall talk. In the air men shall be seen, In white, In black, In green. Iron In water shall float As easy us u wooden boat, Gold shall be found, and shown In a land that is not known. Fire and water shall wonders do, England shall at last admit a Jew, The following, "Mother Shipton's Prophecy," NOTICE A.T. SCOTT, Garrard County Tax Commissioner. Ilolman, trustee. Union, No. 8, Kb Cook, trustee. Manse, No. 15, C. 1). Ledford, trustee. Stony Point, No. 23, O, M. Bnrr, trustee. Copper Creek school, No. 27, James Rouse, trustee. Hughlett School, Sub district No. 42, Hamp McQuerry, trustee. Baker School, No. 13, Preston Ward, trustee. Bryantsvllle High School, No. 7. 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, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 25, 1919 1 i. I Look at the H. D., Doc, Lee property in Haselden Heights and Hill Court. We will sell it ies! iou want a Home In Lancaster 7 I 7 TAT AT AUCTION Saturday, October 4th, 19 3 O'CLOCK Large Lot 150X250 feet, 8 Room Dwelling, 2 Halls, 2 Porches, Splendid Location. High and Dry. Good Plenty of Fruit. Away from Dust and Close to Graded School. Well. Dairy House, Barn and other Lancaster is the place to live and this is the place to buy. out-building- s. i REMEMBER, Mr. Lee has bought a farm and don't want to rent this house, so we are instructed to sell for the "HIGH DOLLAR". Be sure to look and be at the Sale. Swinebroad, yV. The Rea! Estate Man. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Friday. October Watch this space next week for full description of li ON The James N. Denny Farm 247fcres 3 Miles From Lancaster on Richmond pike AT AUCTION ON THE L. AND N. RAILROAD AT POINT LEA VELL WILL BE SUBDIVIDED IN NEVER THE MARKET TILL NOW. EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS AS ONE OF THE VERY BEST FARMS GARRARD COUNTY. Friday, October lOth, SWINEBROAD, W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. THE REAL ESTATE MAN LANCASTER, KY. r gHBI turers in the South. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 25, 1919 llK- - We you-shoul- r1fl5 DR. PORTER To Preach At Gilead. Dr. J, W. Porter, who Is pastor of the First llnpti.it church of I.cxlng ton, Ky., is going to preach nt Gil- lend on Thursday October 2nd, at eight o'clock P. M. On Friday he will preach twice, at the eleven o'clock hour ami at eight o'clock in the evening. Also on Saturday, October fourth he will preach twice, Int eleven o clock in the monlng, and nt eight in the evening. We nre un.ildc to announce the text for each service, but the ser mon arc to be uplifting, you can not alTord to miss, a single one of his Kvcry one Is Invited to attend all of the services. Come while you have this rare opportunity I to hear one of the nblcst of God's servants. lie ranks among the fore-moI pulpit orators of the southland. We nre going to hae some good congregational singing come nnd help sing. rermons. Lane. The friends of Mrs. Ed Lano were grieved to hear of her death, which occurred nt the home of her parents, Mr, and Mm. A, N. Mcrida, Inst Tuesday morning Sept. 16th, nt 11:35, of typhoid fever. She was the oldest daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N. Mcrida, nnd was Sfl yenrs of age. Eight years ago she married Mr. Ed Lano. Besides the grief stricken husband, parents, sisters and brothers, she leaves three little sons, who will so miss the love nnd tender care of n mother. Mrs. Ijine was n lovely christian character ami loved by all who knew her. Much sympnthy is extended the bereaved ones In their dark hour but may they look to thc Heavenly Father for comfort. Recleaned Seed Wheat, Northern Rye, Barley, Timothy Seed, Red Top, Red Clover, Winter Turf Oats. BALLARD'S OBELISK FLOUR represent one of the largest Roofing manufac As all kinds of material are advenning, place your order NOW for (First Patent) Bale Ties, Genuine Kanawha Salt, Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow give more MILK. Lime, Sand, Cement, Hock, Hriek. 3 Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. Broaddus. .Mr. John C. Uroaddus, a splendid citizen of (inrrnrd county, living four miles of Uincnstcr on the Buck- eye pike, died suddenly Thursday morning nt 11:30 of Bright's disense. His passing away brought grief and sorrow to the entire community. .Mr. Uroaddus had not been well for several months, but his death was n shock to his family, relatives and friends. He was a good neighbor, a loving husband and father, drvoted to hi home and family. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs, William Uroaddus of Kirksville In llM he married Miss Malinda Tur ner of Madison County, where they lived .until 10 years ago. when they moved to Garrard County. Eight children survive them, Mrs. W. Prcwitt uf Pongdale, Illinois, Mrs. Marcus White, Miwes Anna Mae l.ida and Jean Hruaddus, Messrs Cl.iy. John C. and Thomps, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Uroaddus of Kirksville, and one sister, Mrs. John Uo, ami one brother, Mr. W 1). I'.ronddus, botli of Madison Co. The entire comniunitv sympathise leeply with the bereaved ones thur loss. The funeral services were held at the grave in the l.an caster lVncter by Rev It. A Dawes, and he was hid to rest be neth a mound of beautiful tlowern. New Real Estate Firm. Conn The Central Record lliued Weekly. $1.50 Payable In Advance. Brothers. rir ImihliVnn Year. The Victory Realty Company i the Litest real estate firm out and thev uro doing buiness with a vengeance. The firm is composed of S. A. Walker, who is the general manager nnd T Carlton Klkln, sales manager. This firm recently pulled olT a big sule in l'ulaski count) selling lO.'i acres the total amount be- 'IK uV,T H!,000. Iloth of these gentlemen are live wire and thoie ti1n-(rthi.tr item, ti lt.nl, linii.L ....... II..Mt.a ' flir sale will get good results. They are carrying an ndvertiscmcnt rcgu 'arly in this paper. Read it an.l see "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." IE In nnnltnr in tin. Ron. " iite of the United States. Lot . ?... 1... .L.. uiu leuinuui rYCiuui.lv "ii-warmilK irom Ulese KepilUII- J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Call opponents of the President R. I. .ELKIN', Local Editor and Msr. in the Senate. Let them tnke warning from this action of . Entered at the Post OiTice In I.an political party willing to play Mail I politics while the world starv- caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. ; -. us. aimi is on lire -vviiu conui- of unrest that will not be tions Lancaster, Ky., September 25, 1919 Stilled until the jrreat Anieri- Ilnnnlili.. nntrniww. .'. , , , Member Kentucky Tress Association . u iiiii, nit itiii nullum. ii ti, ,ii ml fVi.i ,if.ii ..r r!.ii.t.i..i jiiuiv- 1.1 inv. iiniii .i ywiu.ui Eighth District Publishers Lcngue. erism and ended the hope of Hun has defl- Katea For Political Announcement,. nitclv nfti.il nn tin. in.nr-., City Offices. .$5.00 For Precinct and 10.00 treaty and notify these politic For County Offices For State and District Offices. .15.00 lans in uie senate as wen as in .10 Kentucky that it is not a time For Calls, per line .10 to play politics For Cards, per line when the world inter-eFor all publications in the is afire and starving One way of individuals or expres... ,..!, I.I! tl iu lKUUn.v II sion of individual views, per line .10 opponents of President Wilson . Obituaries, per line .05 is to elect James D. Black, an advocate of the League of Na- tinn r.nvnninr nf Wn.it Li- Democratic Ticket. November 4th, with every man on the ticket with him FOR GOVERNOR. ' .I- "h!lt ,h,'' Optimistic Thought. One sand prnln of time Is worth mountain of guld. Of Ceuric Paul Wasn't Mad. I'niil mid llllli li" In the un'rT. in t in f i in ti,- - fnoii') 1mi. Their limit la t.iwn arc fowl iT send- tin-iihlnc Mlia' nm-itw- h talniil ik.i lnui; fur I'aul r lUlli Paul wrnle In lita .T.irMtrHnlhiT: "What's the hwlter nli tin nurilaT Tlwy rent a tckaei' out liei wl Irivre wsiati't n IIiIhb fur llllli ..r ,. In It. nnd lUlli'. pn tly mud nlmiit li " I Dally Thought. Ifr hears but h:ilf w hn hears nm isiiy ncly ArMlijIin. ' Bourne-Poynt- er. I ... Considerable surprise was oreas nftnrnniiii mn..l linri uhnn rP.j,,., r(.ccived wor, ,lat llunnnh I.loyd ltournu Mr. anil Thomas Austin I'oyntcr, had eloped Jellico, Tenn.. where they were ". J married. 1111- -I world-dominio- n st i..c lne ha been swc thearts only r . icw weeks, anil kept tlieir iecret so well guarded about getting married. tnnt their most intimate friends not Knuw of tlu'ir intentions. v,.;j ,1... .,:.. i ,,aUBhu.r of Mr. aml" MnI- - Uoy3 llourne. and is well fitted for the duties she has assumed, Th" r,,om ls thc youngest son of Mr nni1 Mre-- . Jmm" am,f , I! . a... I, "ll'V," " l'i.t' lim a mm nir a promising young busines man of this city. He made his home 'in Omaha, Nebraska, until several nu"uhs nK- - he to Garrard County, where he met and won one I of I.nncnsti'r's sweetest girls. ...... ilnti ate inll.il . n Etna nltli that letter. In XStX ti Durmete Mirrisges. curious Idea Minimi; ihr lturnte-Tlieri- that Iwople luirn m it, .uhh. ,i,y "f th wei k inii't not l Hurry. Ilenn-ligirls rnrrii-- n rmml f her l.lrl Inlay In her enrh day Imvtnc m li llir iM lnnelnc In II. ami all ilill A i !. tiarn,. t,t l'nUr' Kl Farmers Wife Coming Into Her Own. ! l an I FOR RCNTi to . Ii.ni.rent my farm containing IC4 acrrt, Tin' liilllmalrw.-'. uf indnafrriMia- imiil-niil,- ,ewM n locatrd 1 2 miln writ of Marcrllui il IhWr ImlMilu:.! . Imrurli-r- . ami a on the rithr Ford pikr, for the year nti.lliiiil.iii lil' h I. ii.m an ,ittnml!i 1920, with seeding privileces this o' this i luimitiT - mil the II. iFor further information t"irctiimiu irti MhUh It Is wrltli-M- . Yi.ii In vhIh Ih lb ii-- t particulars call or phone a tasii t. Ro.e. Marcellus, Ky Ill.tallli' where tin- hiii.. twie 4p-ruil their IHwrti,- - afiir their i ha rant r Iit. II . FARM Wcry of The trm shtrv Natlen, . unttiiti , rr i btory cf the Cable Car. I n ih ilr.t cnlil.-m- i lbe world put Into i.r- attmi at Hun I'tiNii. 'h.. int.-ntu- r of III utile ssteiii wa Andri-IUI IMH-- . The mlile nr. re Inln-lnn- sl liitx rhlnic.i i lrlit imri ,,ri..r n,.d. npniiii - on the I'neiHi- nm.l ,m, lsv"l ern mliiitii in New York. WMj:tiin ami 1'tiilailrlphla and .nl In lindon. Whit pie. u. Estes-Townse- nd. HON. JA.MES D. BLACK. FOR LIEUTENANT COVERNOR WILLIAM II. SHANKS. SECRETARY OF STATE. MAT S. COHEN, HENRY AUDITOR. M.' BOSWORTH. TREASURER. HENRY F. TURNER. ATTORNEY GENERAL. FRANK E. DAUGHERTY. CLERK COURT APPEALS. JOHN A. GOODMAN. Superintendant Public Instruction, L. K. FOSTER. Commissioner Of Agriculture. JOHN W. NEWMAN. m THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS The people of Kentucky are in fuvor of the League of Na tions, there is no more doubt of that than there is that the g Republicans are about that matter over the State and remaining silent on what mothers and fathers of American boys regard us the grcutest issue this country has faced in a century the issue of whether there shall be an international tribunal that will make wars in the future, if not impossible, at least difficult The Democratic platform and the Democratic candidates warmly endorse the League of Nations, while Republican Senators fighting the tieaty which is thc hope of the world for future peace, have made it necessary for the d President of the United States to leave Washington and make an appeal directly to the people, telling them the truth about the treaty to counteract of Re- the misrepresentation gum-shoeinhard-worke- freight on the flour to New Or leans, which as everybody roley Tuttle. Knows, is quite some distance Kolcy of lower Jarjj Our friends thc French are pre from Louisville, involving a rard, and Mr. Charlie Tuttle of Bar paring to turn thc horrors of war to freight rate of hardlv less than boursvillu surprised their many financial account. The French govby ernment is urranging an elaborate We,1"e,"lay, 50 cents a barrel, though this fri,cnils , Igoing to Lancaster to the home of system for , , . .. itl,Ui HUB IIUL IUIII LIIU LIIIIU iu Rev. Palmcter, and were united in and soon touring the battle fronts the American of means will look up that rate. marriage. be Invited to step up and satisfy his Miss Koley in the attractive daugh curiosity and disgorge his If this is not profiteering wad. Del with a vengeance, and with ter of Mr. and .Mrs. J. P, Foley, and will. the ninn of her choice is to be con the people of Kentucky as its Our philosopher says: It's gratulated on winning ictim, we should like to know lifo companion. She such an ideal eecmed kinder ipiecr to me ahvavs is a popular that what it is, and how much sin- and lovable young lady and cuunts there re folks that enn grow in to a sour, mean, stingy old age when cerity can be credited to the her friends by thc score. Mr. Tuttle is a native of Knox there uro sunsets, an' bird somrs. mi' Republican party platform county, and a youAg man of sterling children's voices, an' woMen's smiles, plank on that question. an' the wind In thc The groom is """il, naviiiK serveil " . I"'""I .... I. I,.., wu.oi.iu.,, ,i uiu.l honornb V in lb., unrviri. nf l.l ..., CU mat, in addition to tills d IS- - try oursei, having received his .lis count given the people of New charge a few months ago. He is to '" winning the girl Orleans of 1.10 below the Le ,?"Kr"'l-la-'- l u-,wih, for price he is willing to sell (lour "V '? may e 1,. 1. ...... l ,.f I ..: il.. .u.. U.S .brigh- ""num." inc. UI--and .ann- - ns on .1, .i.-uanaru mills also pay me dim- - mcrn, for Lieutenant Governor and C0Tct,;"t "n!' l'i,ul"r at the Garrard Bank and Trust Com riUb MAKE HOCS OF THEM. millionaire miller of Louisville, mini fnr ihti nitat .m. I..... ""-- i "iuuc , ' ... I SELVES. lias ueuii ciiarging tne people many friends, all of whom will join When II. A. THOMAS' HOG OI Ills nome City anil btate heartily with the Record in extend POWDER.fed It contnins SI. 10 a barrel more for Hour nB her tht'ir bt'st wisht's '" long nry chemical ingredients theto necess pro book-keepI I 1 The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Estes, daughter of Mr. and Mr PROFITEERING Kstes, to Mr, IN KENTUCKY. James Anderson George Townsend, Clayton of by the Michigan, was solemnized lat Sat The investigation commission appointed by Gov- - unlay morning at the home of Rev ernor Black of the high cost of C. I). Strother, he performing the ceremony. living in Kentucky has had at marriage theImmediately after the happy couple left for least one concrete result and Clayton. Michigan, where thev will mat IS proot that b. Ihurston make their future home. The fhnrming bride has Ballard, Republican candidate the The farmer's wife, after genera tions of irksome toil, is coming into her own. v itli the universal adoption of the automobile nnd the more recent perfection of Individual electric lighting and power plants, her home life has undergone an epochal change. The toil and monotony which at i.nm-i- i imeu io woman g place in rural life, long has been proverbial Removed from the city the country woman for the most part was with out the .cope of those many advan tages which during the last centurv nave come through invention and development. anil happy l., ,... life. mote their growth, makes bone nnd muscle and keeps them in perfect health. It pays for itself manv limes over In the gain your pigs make. iv. A. tllCKK KSQV. Fair Play Irrrmtive. Ml:uhii I. I..i. ih- h IMI Ilii all tilnc lb- - tBr'.NiInc n,-li ti n rnlf worker li, il hi. I,,.v .!nir Willi hIIiit lillnit.- - , r;i)i.ti Xltrlr shiiuld di ii .mil Uihi nchl.. Inn .Imiilil arid. Mllrylle . Iilnr arid nml uhi rrtiiriiilnT tlu.1 In aiitlmrtt) have nfiirin and a inUtnn- - of h n rlhla ali. ami are in fair. l bjrilriK bl.irle nml water hiinet iri'iiliHi-trmn the lhy sIlb.larM'n tlieil fur lllll purpini' rinplii) I -i ih imi- nii.ll.urn inb piiiiiiuiil. lnui. talkative kln.ilto lh Thriving Table Lg. :t. 'rii-- i liiiiiue who Aioi.iie Hh- - fiirtil.tilnr. nf a Smith awervii limn ila- - iv.le - nm .lj)ln; urulliia liniii. Nit I'lipiilur Jin ban fair wltii iiii.I,.,r m,. urtalnly Should ki-allmt no the itn-liiiiiiHrailne. I ii .null wlll.i.i tiilil,. nf ! Unit l Hi,, talk nf lh, nelcMmriidn.! iial rlytitx. K Ii zi: Mlliiiicli it Im. ,. i,, .,.ir, nI fur frnm um iu. 'ir, , ,r .(nre II "Henrys" and "Harrys." waalniitl nml Hi iwniii.! ..,,.ri While 1 kllliw mi Hum L. ie . I im.iith .. j, ,,rilU, chrNlniMl will, for Ih- Imrriit ,.f r.iur .i f p ..nt ihldi lleiir. i id th. r- tin) I thrive In their tr:iii;i' tirrmitiii'nc. titer Itl.lnlHVH . r ti,. , ,wr , be litlw .l.iHl.l ih,, lilt. , ,h, To Get Rid of Paint Stains. ixilint .1 Hi.. f.,n.i..r i.jiu ! Paint spilled ..ti n ilnnrntrp I mint ha i.fwnt eulll ii k'n,.. ii I Ilanj ' liiirniK il.. ,,.in ,,r ,,. l malclitly, and Unitnfleii nilhr illlllnilt reiiime. In en,, nmke n irntif VI, vim ,;, mi, i,, i . Knllltlnil nf i ,tl,, t,.,, ihk Hi, ,. wn- - .. p... ..f llTHlllS Hie" -l- lllllilll t, M.,; n Ii, ii ."ii.Tin Ill,it,. ,u,i in k!'"rt II the imlnl will I.iiiiiii.. Hift Hie ' In.' , II, i r till lli.r.. ,, ,.... and mn Im mIi.. nrf with n.ii nml till)' inin n.nn, ... ii. .... wniir Then ue cold wnttr Paint .. ,, u, Jeninl. nt ,imn whl. Ii ha l.,rn left im fnr .nine lima O IV.- - '..,K n .. v,.n. w'l Jleld m this Ir Jtiii. nt. Tattoo Removal Varti.iii iiumImkI. fi r- int.l.ivi!, the .e. r wlilrb n.ii.i.i. n rnlnc hut Ihe taiti.i mark with a .Irniic .iull..n nf tannin, llie tle ;. ,,. ,,... ,,, ,,. ' "' ,''h If the president and the senate can not get together on the league of nations they might call in one of our local tracker box experts to referee the mill. Thc question Is fought out and settled dally in our town. OVER .ie 75,000 USERS .,, SATISFIED THAT IS A BIG POINT IN FAVOR OF DELCO LIGHT rower Plant. DELCO-LIGH- The complete Electric Light and HOGS TOP MARKET Hogs us well as the feed you give them were never as high as before. Sec that your hogs get all the food value out of this high priced grain. They will do t if you make 11. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDER a part of o their daily diet. Tones up their Don't forget the lot sale at Buckisystem, aiding digestion and as eye, Saturday afternoon at two similation. We sell it. W. A. o'clock. See advertisement in this DICKERSON. issue. qualities, Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple motored mem to Stanford and took the train for Barbourtville, where they are now with the grooms parents. We join the many friends of the contracting parties, in wishing for Mr. and Mr.' Tuttle a long happy and prosperous life. jrean an keen sweet nnf younjj. trees to mMEu Baal-s- . T users arc enthusiastic because this is the plant that gives them maximum service with little attention and minimum cost. Obi S MutttSfiSmV--T - fir vi Vataar. isd I. StMooia. strict fwa"SS . . T. W. S. Smathers Lancaster, UOadeutoaur. Try HMI-saLjMosxrUk. i M) SIORMES DRUG STORE. K.h.rU. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 25. 1919. .MAKKSHUKY i SECTION 2 TMIRTIKTHIYKAR NUMBER 2S. daughters rem Ites ar for ?fl:j, . until 2 calves tn V. A. l r I'ollnril is vinitlnK Mm. Kll.i Cecil nt Dan- - in' 1, .. M Callowny A licndrickson has been is iru- - luriK? THE UNIVERSAL CAR , " i.i'ic Here is t!.e Fonl Runabout, a perfect whirl-in- d Fits into the daily life of of utility. cvcrylxxly, anywhere, everywhere,, and all the time. For town ami country, it h all that its name implies a Runabout. Low in cost of operation; low in cost of maintenance, with all the sturdy strength, dependability and reliability for which Ford car.iarc noted. We'll lc pleased t j luvc your order for one or more. We have- - about everything in nfotor car acccs- sorirs, and always have a full line of genuine Ford parts give genuine Ford service. ml Mrs. Campbell of I'rnnl;-- ! mve been visiting .Mr. nil .Mm. xi Haselden Bros. Garage . Lancaster, Ky. ! - NORTHERN i 4 SEED RYE TEST 99 it. K. hpeake until 20 hv.nl of cut-U- p "lehlnir nn average of 700 tin. tu Mr Rubles for l! cents Mr iiml Mrs. Mote 1'nll.ird spent Itcrt Sunday with his sister, Mr.-- . Montgomery of Mt. lieliroii. Mr iiml Mm. Forrest Curtis were at the bedside of Mrs. Minnie San-i.ir- s nt Crab Oriliunl, Sunday. Mr Gordon lloty who is attending Stair College is spending tin' week eml with his mother, Mrs Mary Doty. .Mm. Froman Smith of Dayton O., am) Mrs. K. F. Wilson of Marian liiiliiina, have returneil home after u viry plei..ant visit to Mrs. Courtney Roberts. Mr anil Mrs. Courtney Roberts ami their guest. Mrs. K. F. Wilson, Ike .'.lent the week eml with .Mr. t liiitchiiiMin Rich- of ami family mun i. .Mrs arrie Turner wry delightWork- fully i ntertaiiieil the ' ins Society In refreshments when it mill its regular meeting with her last ' Thursd.iv Mix Amy Dawes played several rclectiom before the convention of W M t"., an adjunct tn the South district Association when it met at Stanford last week. Miss Dawes was accompanied on the inlin by hi r wither. Mrs. 11. A. Dawes. Mr and Mrs. II. S. Clark have returneil from n visit tn Mr and Mrs. County, I.ee Mnttnv nf Fleming Clark had the misfortune to j Mrs ' Ioe her pocket book containing $20, 'but ha found triue of it and hopes eventually to regain her lost prop-er- t Mr and Mrs. Clyde Withers have bought a farm III Jessamine county mid will mow shortly to it. Mrs. Wither who has been superintend-ati- l of the Grove church S S. for many years will be greatly missed It would be by that congregation. hard to Iiml another uliu has been so I faithful. She has done much to , buil.t up the school and keep it aliw 'iiml she was always punctual in her pro identially unless attendance hindered. Simpson and two nml Virginia, the Walter 1.. Main Qircus at Lancaster Friday. The much needed ruin which had hem pent up for the past live weeks fell here Friday and Saturday The crojn are looking better All the scholars of Scot's Fork Sunday School certainly appreciate the faithful attendance uf our sup-Lus ever be faithful ns he nml Mr. Cronley Ilrnaddus. tend Mttn'.-isrli ! every Sunday llelle F.sslc Mrs, m Western Electric Light Ai-N'D POWER SYSTEM COMPLETE. WATER Changes Mind About Going Avay. "Fiw yiars ago ilmtors tol.i me would haw to move my wife tu another climate, as she sutferni su with ftomath anil liwr trouble and bloating. Also, that she would have to hnv? an operation for gall stones. Our mail carrier told me of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and, on his she has taken it and is now as well ns ever in her life." It is a simple, harmless preparation that the intarrli.il mucus from the intestinal trait and allays the inpractically flammation which cau-e- s all stoir.ach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One doe will convince or money refund K. Druggist. Mclloberts, ed. IS. Lancaster, Ky. ndv I Wise Pipe and Pipe-ies- s Furnace Bastin DG Brothers, 1 Lancaster, Kentucky. i iri Ki p th..i Clipping, for It is Valuable It puts you In touch with the .Men you vvnnt, for they are notod to sell land higher than anybody else in Jus business. KUENA VISTA Mr. Homer Jenning left last week to inter Ilerea Collige. Mr. Stephen Ison is in Cincinnati attending liusiness College. Mr. Dow Askins lias returned from n isit tn Cincinnati. Mrs. Viola May of Iowa, is visit ing her father Mr. John Mayes. ltt-v- . J W Simpson of Whites-hur- t visited friends here last week. Mist Nancy Sloan spent the week end with her parents near Danville. Mr. II. C. Uuble shipped several car lo.nl of hogs ami cattle to Cincinnati last week. Mr and Mrs. Howling of Stanford were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K C Howling last Sunday Mr' Snllie Preston and Messrs Charlrs and Clarence Preston and families of Jacksonville Illinois are here for a visit to relatives. supper at the The ice cream Huena Vista School was a success. The niie sum of $30 was cleared and a very delightful evening enjoyed by all who attended. Miss Nettie Ison left last week for Wilmore where she will enter College. Miss Ison will be greatly missed here as she has always taken an active part in church many her and social alTairs and friends regret that she has decided to make her home in Wilmore. Is the best way on Public Auction 'The best bank earth to sell earth, for you know on earth is earth itself." We are AUCTION SPECIALISTS ami always sell You make the price. We make as advertised. the deed. We have sold land everywhere, for the sale you attended was it financial success for the OWNER We carry the three best auctioneers in the country. You know NOW is the time to SF.LL. If you are interested Write, Wire, Cable or Call Us. Till: LIVF. WIDK-AWAK- REAL F.STATE M KS. VICTORY REALTY CD. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, S A. WALKF.R, (ien. Mgr T. C. F.LKIN, Sales Mgr && MT. J1EBRON Mr. F. W. Montgomery sick at this writing. is quite Mr. anil Mrs. John Curd and children of McCreary attended services here Sunday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I Crow. PER CENT Car Load Just Received. COY i i Mrs June Matthews continues ill at this writing. was a Mr. James Henry Clouse caller at l.oyd Friday. GUY. Mrs. Gertie llastey spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. I.ucy WhitDuty. Slmplt For Hoarseness. Mrs. At (iirdler and Mr. I.. I. Longs-daHoarseness iiiii In- - relieved iy wil- taker. Whnt does n mini limn- - tlion his morning mid spent u portion of I hi- - right? ing "in- - t.'HHiiriil nf glycerin to Um ilutjr In coinlnc nut Little May llelle Vaught spent the Ilestdr Ih It nny sacrifice to bo la thi wellbeHtin white of mi egg, the julae week-enMrs. C. It. Henry and children are with her aunt I.ovic Anfnf one lemon mid enough auftr to rtcbtT toweU. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milderson. male It palatable. ton Ward. Miss Maudie Clouse spent SaturSome Grownup. Have Same Idea. Mr. Tolliver Cornett and son, Honesty First Requisite. Miriam Inifl hern liter to n neigh-- ( day with her sister, Mrs. Coleman It uniilil he tin advanThomas attended the Circus nt Uir's In thi' new huby, anil oa her I.ocker. i iiml private; If Friday. return nsketl her what hi thought tage, bnlli In tl on Mr. Walter Kust was calling of It. Sim replied: "Oh. t ilim't like turn U'liilil mushier that crwil truth. Itrow, of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart l Hint tin iiiiiii wise nr safii but lie friends in Jessamine Saturday night 'cm n fresh; I like Vm better y Garrard Milling Company Mr Orean Whittaker spent Friday nt l.am'aster Mrs. K. F. Scott returned home Mr. and Mrs. John Hamm are very Friday after a two weeks stay with proud of a very tine baby, her grand-daughte- r, Mrs. Uuford Mrs. Delia Scott of Nicholasville Teater and other relatives at Nicholspent last week with relatives here. asville. Mrs. Orbin Thompson who has Miss Sallie Tracy of Chatham. III. been quite sick with acute indigeswho has been visiting relatives here tion is some better. for a few weeks spent the latter part Mrs. Dudley Cordon and two little of the week with her neice, Mrs. Jas sons of Frankfort are visiting rela- Clark and nephew Mr, Emit Tracy, tives in this vicinity. near Lancaster. Miss Isabella Lam of Hickman On account of the repair work has accepted the llourne school and now in progress on the church, serbegan teaching Monday. vices were conducted in Sunnyside Mrs. F.fnest Montgomery and son school house Saturday afternoon and Alvin, are with her sister, .Mrs. Win. Sunday morning, and will continue Vandcrpool at Lexington. to meet there a few Sundays. fr II 55. unH-Hkiili r, 1 Hint l hunest. Sir Walter Raleigh. and Sunday. THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR in every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. Huilt for service and comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "3by Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. 0. 1!. Factory. A car load of these American Realities jnst unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. . PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. Mr. Toinmie Murphy mid sister Mr: Hobart Smith, of Lexington, Delhi, attended the Circus nt Lanspent the week end with his parents caster Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mrs. Mary Clou, spent Monday Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Poynter of with her mother, Mrs. lielda Green .McCreary were Sunday guests of her of Nil holasville. muther Mrs, (ireen Poynter, .Mrs Abe llurton spent Saturday Mr. nml Mrs. Clark nml son Karl, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Iru and Sunday were of Lexington road, Masters nf Madisuii, guests nf Mr. and Mrs. .Milton Ward. .Mr Allie Murphy was the pleas Mcsd.inies Carrie Davidson 'mid ant guest of his aunt Itelle Simpson William Suttcti were guests Friday and family, Sunday. of Mrs. W. J, Romans of Lancaster. (!) s Walter Fain nml Matt Fol-gMissis Marie Ledford and Sadie nml sou S.immie Clay were in Italfton of Paint Lick were recent ID llrynulsville, Thursday. guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Tolliver CorMrr. Kssie Vaught whs the guet nett. of her brother ami wife Mr. and Mrs Longsworth, .Mr. nml Mrs. It. N Dillard Simpson, Sunday. worth motored from Somerset Sun-th- e mid-MrJ. I week with Mr. Herman Os. Mis.uk Anion and home were the guests of Mr. 1'nock Vmitis. (iillimtn of Nina Saturday. Mr, mid Mrs. William Scott and Mrs. Myrnie Locker and daughter son. Hilly llrown, were entertained were the guests of her mother, Mrs. Sunday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. II. It. Ward. Amanda ('Inure Thursday night. Mr. mid Mrs. M. I.. Adams and Mr, F.lijah McMilliau a ml wife and will arrive of Louisville son, Hollman J., spent Sunday with children Thursday for n visit to Mr. and Mrs. her parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Hay. J. 1.. Vantis. llrother Severn will deliver a serMr. unit Mrs. J. L. Vmitis and mon at Scotts Fork, Sunday Sept, 2S, their guests, Mr. and Mrs. It. N. Kvvrybody welcome and hear him. Longsworth, Mrs. A. M. (iirdler, and to CI motored Mrs. (iertie llastey and son, Wil- Mr. U I. Longsworth liam spent Saturday ami Sunday Danvillo Sunday afternoon and were with I er mother, Mrs. Sallie Uind visitors for several hours of Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Adams. uf llraJihaw Mill. Coy, were visitors Friday Mr anil Kverett tirmv. night of I I (!) Seed Wheat AS YOU KNOW GOOD SEED WHEAT IS SCARCE THIS YEAR. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH AN OLD WORN OUT DRILL. SEE OUR LINE OF NEW I I i i i i 1 5) 0 I I I 1 KENTUCKYS THEY WILL SOW ANY GRAIN ACCURATELY LARGE OR SMALL. SEE US FOR ANYTHING YOU NEED. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS ; RIGHT. I 1 I I I I (!) BECKER BRYANTSV1LLE. and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. I iii H V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 25 1919. af FLORY By MILDRED WHITE. CARDS, After too crt ahrtya Uk J f IT Having sold miles from Lancaster farm located Richmond pike at Hyattsville, will sell at public sale Thursday, Oct. 2nd, Beginning at ten o'clock, the following personal property: seven year old farm mare, will work anywhere and with foal to Jack. j year old family mare, will work anywhere; Two ihg horse mules and good Three nice Jersey milk cows; One nice Jersey Heifer and one, month old calf. Three Red Duroc sows and pigs; One Studebaker Wagon, same as new. One buggy; One set Wagon harness; Two sets of good buggy harness; One set of plow harness; One John Deere Cutting Harrow; One Oliver Chilled turning plow, Steele beam; One good hay frame; One fodder sled; One double shovel plow; one good Hog box; One Grind Stone; One Wheel Barrow; rods of four foot American wire good Oak Gate fence; One pair American Wire fence stretchers; slats; 400 or'500 feet of good oak fencing plank; A few hundred feet of or lumber; about barrels of corn at the heap; About 200 shocks of gallon fodder; Some Baled straw; One wood heating stove; One and other things tle; One Cutting the way of Farm Tools. TERMS LIBERAL and announced that day. Capt. "Silly tMnilillft" remarket! J:inie Cnuistnck, (INcnMcillr, ami laid tin hook nshle. "Whoso 'tHiiihlle" nskeil n sweet voice near htm, "It It?" .tames clahttA at tin enter. "I!y Flory," he quoted lotiicinptii-mil)- . "Klory Is evuclly the sort uf Mroh one would evpecfto touch niton her stihjeeis, like a htilterlly among tin' thmcr, Willi no siitistauco or real "V - i w. wTk. "ak f HiHBW lly to hold." "Ilnvcu't Joii." t!kiil the Klrl at his shle, "liuhlhed Millie of l'lory's poetic fliratii1o?y? Now, I know n man who Is enraptured hot the llttlil hooks, considers them the acme of art. Cer talnly they nil well." .lames (Vuitoik turned to look Into the piquant face upraised to hi own. Uke various other clients at Mrs. Van lloiitou's houe party, he as exceedingly curious eoiiccrnliii: this new rlnl In their social midst. f the crowd bin! I'eii The rest km ami to each other, either by name or reputation for car. Ithoda Kent you pay out good money for win one of .Mr. Van lloiitou's dlscov cries. To use her son's expression, l'' is cigarette satisfaction my, 18 cents package mother hail "Minnie a new one," ami do In her 5011111: puff she was ilillclilril Camels! friend'" reserve. The most favored hml I ii nble to learn nuttiing of ss blended choice of the tobaccos yet rellhodn's nit. present or future from choice Domestic taining the desirable "body." Camels her own Hp. It uui the unusual iharm of her per tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimiare simply a revelation! You may sonalltv willed eaued deep Interest nate bite and free them from any smoke them without tiringyourtaste! IIhiii all sides, and milill lolijcctur Her i loihlne, though In Rood taste, m unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or so Independently simple that many For your own satisfaction you must wonderiil If .Mm. Van lloutoii had unpleasant cigaretty odor. taken on a protege. compare Camels with any cigarette James I'oiustiH'k, being aceeptalily in the world at any price. Then, Camels win instant and permanent the most iiitercslltii: luiin In the set, was iiaturiill) her vlsuvls. In fact. success with smokers because the you'll best realize their superior luring the dn of provlmlty In the blend brings out to the limit the quality and the rare enjoyment tine old house bis heart b.id known lis tlrst serious affection. refreshing flavor and delightful mel they provide. James, the heretofore Invulnerable, as Hilly Van lloutoii said, "deR. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-SaleN. C cidedly hard hit." .Never before, he uloomlly admitted to himself, had faie or olce of worn an haunted the nightly hours uhlih should be devoted to healthful slum I her. So James was Justified In pos Q. E. D. Dally Thsught. sesslng more than the usual share of The Meanest Man. It wouldn't lie difficult to convince eurlo-lt- y interning the real life of the The meanest mini In the wnrM nnf I Tn receive honestly Is the hest man that greenbacks are winsome Ithoda. fishhooks In Ills i lump! pocket when li u" lor n Roml thlnf. Georee Mac-- i,hc ipnnteii on M. be took off bis tnmers at night. "Perhaps," h said In answer to her defense of the book discussed, "this 'l lorj' may ay more. In a light man ner, than 1 am dev.r enough to grasp. Hut, fancy, for Instance, being mar ried to such a dreamer. Poor husband iif Flory! With Ids wife alwas soaring abote the blue. She lu't so bad al rhyme, though, I'll admit; seems to have a number of little verses scattered through here and there, with a bar of music to start them off. Ileitis to sell, I suppose. Makes the book look env to read." Miss Kent nodded laughlugly. "Hut ou would not want to be the suffering huslniiid who must listen to his wife sluing thoe things sround the house," she s.ihl. "Heaven forbid!" James piously At I the lovely girl at his ejaculated side arose In iesKino to Mrs. Van llouton's (all. "Come here. lllioda."'crled that merry person. "Here are half a iloirn bored people wishing to be entertain! d. My hope He In J oil. James fomsloik gaxed after tin graceful figure regretfully. The glance she threw back at him was strangely he hud been Tor da disquieting. Jojoiisly secure In a consciousness of t'noccoiintnbl) the g.rl's preference, hl!ii. came iimiii discouragement Ilhodn'a eyes bail cured at him reproachfully, her Hps had closed drmlj, lis though In displeasure. Then preson my 2 1-- 2 ently he heard her voice In song, as she accompanied herself ltH)ll the on I piano. It was a little Scotch tune that the girl plajcil and the words sounded CotntiMk leiiiiln vaguely familiar. listening attentively, found ihat voice iiuil tune thillbil him with Where hud liiexplliiihte tenderness. he heard the words? Idly his gale fell upon the opened Then he knew. It book of "Flory." j was one of the despised Flory'a verses that his beloved was singing. And g One, after u round of Involuntary he heard Mrs. Van llouton's lrlumph'iut announcement : yearl-One, six "T had not intended to tell joii for awhile; vie have hud such fun keepones. Hut Ithoda Kent Is ing our six 'I'lory,' as you huve guessed, with those delightful books to her credit." Bull staring dully at the ComstiKk-su- t volume In his hand lung after silence proclaimed Ihat Ithodu's audience hail departed. Hltterly he recalled Ills recent condemning conversation, with Its fervent "llciiven forbid!" that a No. 20 wife suili as slw should bu his own. Well, he had done for himself this lime, he bltteily reflected, and tills 20 time was all Hurt (minted In the world. "If joii please," asked Ithoda severe50 ly, "may I have that book of 'silly twaddle' " Wretihedly he haded up Into the 50 60 lovely face above his. ket"And I was going to ask you to 20 be my wife." Box in "Heaven forbid I" murmured Ilhoda, "A wife floating around In the blue." Ilcr voice broke In soft uncontrollable Kngcrly he caught lit her laughter. hands. iiumo 'Flory,'" "I will drop th Ithoda said later; "Mrs. James t'oiu-stocwill give to the hook the proiar 1. dignity which It deserves." A. M. (CasjrrllAl, lilt. Wtttsra N.w.p.psr Unlwa) CATON1C -- W. A. WHEELER DENTIST Local iiyd Cenernl Anesthetics Ailniinistereil. I'nln Krduicil to the .Most iiilnlmum, nioilern method, employed. All work Kuarnntced, Oirice over Stormes' Ilruit Store 1'hnne "'ill, Ijinca.tcr, Ky nrwatlnf, and irt. lMtaatlyrllTaHum.ilt- f Stana food aounnr. I1 Aii"Jsaa4aitlls.Jtsarii ml UTOOTOhi atomach nlaertM. Iufi It rmirmas b,TMl(ta jaBMHaasMis ill 1 Vy tJ. your R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaiter, Ky J. J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, -- 1 KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours II NEW FARM BULLETIN ' Now Ready For Distribution r More than JO farms drscrlfie-J- . Oet yoir name on oar mailing list it once. ' lo 12 and I to S p.m. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Otfic. DTtr The Garrard Bank Phone. Of fie S. Re.ldsnca 376, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Semonin - Goodman Incerporattd Louisville, Kentucky What a and, how you get it in every of EXPERTLY ANGUS-LAN- D J. A. Beozlev lUNCRAL DIRECTOR Olllre Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3.i OfT.ce l't.orel27 STOCK FARM RegisteredJfAberdeen Angus Cattle;forsale any.time either .sex uny ntfe. Also rris-tereI'oIiiihI Chiiin o(,, 1) 114 il I.ANCASTKIlKY. M. J. PATRICK, ty' Lentlt. Kentucky w, Paint liick. A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Uinntster, Ky. Call. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Dr. J. W. WEBER Aniwsred Promptly Day or Niiht. Pho.,. 317 LANCASTER, Ur.Nrt'CKY Iw Live Stock Implements and Honaker FlneJ Cut Flowers. CHIROPODIST John M. McRoberts. in C. J. B. DINWIDDIE, FOOT DOCTOR Auctioneer. STANFORD, GIVE - KENTUCKY. JIE A TItlAU Olltic Satisfaction Gunranteed. BOOKKEEPING Gilchcr Hotel, Danville, Kentucky. ll ITmI ! Inhl tnmg Ualma ha ' lBait., ' niLUl H H. ! Blass,Phoasoraph)r TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY sriif m Ttt IT II. m TH BUSINESS COLUQE itiw, ri fr MM IBllt. mtrni 4tier Mr. NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS. CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, CRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, the, Southern Optical Co. IitrtiriHiruteil Manufacturers of Perfect-Fittin- J ROSES, ETC. SPECTACLES EYE AND LAWN and GARDEN. PR EE GLASSES Illustrated Catalog. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons Kryploki Artificial Eyei Invisible HI focal Una EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. 4th & Chestnut Bta, LOUISVILLE, KY. R. BARNETT. The undcrsiKncil hereby give warn- all persons not tn trcipnss upon lur land: for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Elkln, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. V. lit May, Mrs. Emma Hiifginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. Itlgiby. Vie to D. M. Anderson-- . POSTED P.!l Hazelwood Sanatorium For eli in m ifif L"' ?''' Tiibtreuhsh Malntalnetl the TrcatmtnX of ly tho Lou!tvl!l aJc;uste In Ircatmr-i- t ml. Katci J13.C3 i alt In stasis ct l.n than cf tubei-culot- ls M.n .i week, ur ... .t Bourne, Auctioneer. Lancaster, Ky., Route It. I Barker B. L. Kelley. J. C. Rlgtbjr. laundry, etc. Htji nround com- t manillnrr ..(.ntlt 11.111 I. ful lurroundiorjs. Special rates fcr tioUlM ft.. Ht.tmrl II .Ktaury, ItHfll soulkl. nj r Iktirltttt K rS.'Sl.a f.MMWsat, ilium X, . tSr, ImitpiU; A. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 25. 1919 r&r&&!f3xga dwelling AT CONSUMPTION VARIES MIRINR YEAR 1H& 1 3 DANGEROUS DISEASE rrmt Check Feeding of Oats Is More Uniform Vf orcnit n imporr - i i Than That of Corn. menrn tr i r lnl u il i.t A SATURDAY, Sept 27 2:30 P. M. SHADY, CONVENIENT SIRABLE. ROOMY AND VERY ' DE- HCtiOH Located corner Stanford and Crab Orchard Street and known as the BAPTJST PARSONAGE. Five Rooms, Three Porches, Cistern at the door. Electric Lights and Water. Front yard, Poultry yard and good big garden. Out houses, including Barn and only two short blocks from Public Square. Gftt jiorn GOLD MllDAI iraarlni Oil human f.niv at no arm 'ii a in Cipaulfs at once. They are an old, triM alnu n t nn rn.n preparation used all oter the worKi tor Ir u lo'tli it it t 1 Ifi.jl, . m V Jh"Jt cntuflen They contain only o1lfah yon tirtM.x , lonetl, eoothins olln rorntilnl Ith elrength-KlvIn- x t. weik, fi u ni eytenreleanlnc the h.w k- - witkf up herbs, well known and uae by phjsl Dirley, Wheat and Rye Approach or hava tain laJly rracttc HOUU liflp. Trw Dans In thir Monthly Uniformity In Dearet Lett tvrp linni to warn )on are Ira MV.liXlt Haarlem Oil ported direct from th Cnnt Ir fnn Uhoralorle In nMi urr not nerfirfnl Than Oatt Sl'age Reathei Thpy u lf Holland, They ar convenient to take, Horn properlr lv High Point In February, dolnff Ui'tr work mid r ulion n? im ani will either Five relief or your money will he refundM. Ak for purltlAn ti scrutnulate tin ) t rt A won", thf-at any ilrusr store, but he eire to Into uric r. atiJ oili tutl-mt(t'rtpar J hjr tin fnltM St.il (!OM I will original Imporle.i et til wUch arn aulfn.r yow it, I i u nnlfs Toy the '.ven Jli;rAl brand, Accent no KJbatltuts ot AjrieuKur t In sealed packages Pree sizes Hip nippo!llnn i"i that tliu Whether tTtisHi.l In if 111111 y lit Mock mi fiimn In I In' United State vurle llllli' frmu iiiiinlh n immtli, or Hint tin' miniiKT itnii I'Millim l rcluthcly l.y Unhinnll. Ihe furt. 1urt-all nf imp i'Mliiiali", I'liiii l A Diaw nirrl iilinn. I ftali-li'iarlini nl of thai during Hi" six iiikiiIIi- - from 'iay lu in tuber iiemly Ihri c cUi ths of ihe for the niony youove imrl yrnr's rum ration N culm, am f'om The Vmrrnbrr to April note how mtidi more resMnrneucnlhor fruition will seem larse pectfully your creditors or Mnall ureorillnir to tin- - size of the kui', (.il, inure than ruin. N Ihe I'ard you. They like to do irnl fnu.i April In Scplrmlirr, unit the business with u man who monthly rouumptlou of Hit 4 l more imlforin throughout Ihe year than that has on account at the llatley. whont ntnl rye of iiim, monthly iinlfornilly In (losiee Garrard Bank & Trust Co feiM than thai of oiiIh throughout tin year iiimI 11 runt riitrattou of They know he is doinK business in a business like ay. Better In Ihe i older liiinil I11 It foiiinl In open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They 1.II. re and null f I, 114 III the liny, H will grow all riRht. raie of rorn. Of the ycjir's rnllre ronMmip'lor of & g roin by llo stork on l.irins the lilcti-e- t (ounimplloii lu one month I 1 .r. per lent III llerelilher. Illnl the lowest ..ii per tent III Auzu-- t. Tor nats the tmx spencer, rw lilllhe-- t l !i.s per rent lu April nu. I Ihe CHAS. C. H ARRIS. Vka-PraR. UNDSCY. Sec. lis per real lu Iieremrer; Imp ley, IiIJmM Hill per em lu oiemhrr 11ml lowest II per lent In .luue and nlo In July; rje, hlgliot Injt per irnl lu llrtoher timl lowest 7.1 per rent III Jul ; l I, hlslioit 11.1 p..- - rent In November ami lowet ."S pi r tent lu July. In 4.S Mill fee,l roli'Ulllplloll MIS :. ZZT.PQr.KTC3 INSTITUTION Op UIAHHINO per cent In July iili'l rle In It --I per 32icuTHR:zcr.'.n LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 7. r:ert! ef ro.tofTica lu I eliriinry and Brain In Man h. lent The Garrard Bank Tryst Company a loei r Commercial School 6 At your price and the last bid, secures the magnificent property. It Sells By The Man Who Sells. .More u n.-- . 1111 1 ft D. A. THE REAL ESTATE SELLER. Thomas H." with Its range from the IiIkIu-!- , per rent In rehriniry anil aim In In AiiriM; anil March I" I:r rrnt y silage, illiolher degree l reaiheil lo lil.s the consumption of whlih rl-ier lent of the jeiir'- - lolul lu rVbru-arami fall to 1 per rrnt lu July uml again In Augut. COMMUNITY Farmers Solve jet I hay eonntiptl"ii. Complete Corco of Commercial Vocational Training. Students secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. LIME SPREADER of OUego County, N. Y., Problem of Spreading Lime at Proper Time. Cup). ill $50,000. A. K. DKN'N'Y, Surplus 430,000. Big Auction LOT SALE ' 1-- (Prepared l.e the t'nllnl Htaiel Department of AicrUiiltur) Meiulier of the fiinu liurrail In one of Ihe iomiiiuultli'1 of (Im'i;i nullity. New York, limp lomlilml iiml pur-ili.iii lime ipre.iiler, ami have thus tiiken n loiii: lrii lu Miltlni; their prohleui of npil lui: lime at the proper lime of Ihe )ear ami In Kiiffjrlent iiuan-llll- e to (it reult. The preailer l J. E. STOU.MES, Vire-I'rrs- t. rreaidrnt. C. M. THOMPSON. Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier J. U. HARKIS. Imiiriilual Book-keepe- r. r. HUGH JIOBLEY, General Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. (!. II. Swineliroiiil, Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. 4 A 300 vards from Buckeye High School; also 50 acres in two tracts, JEra7r with good tenant house and 5 acre tobacco barn, 4 mile below Buckeye :tm w if 3i on Buckeye pike. BUCKEYE KY. THE DR. PRENTUS WALKER PROPERTY, STOP! LOOK! of SATURDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1919 AT 2:00 P. M. RAIN OR SHINE. This Mali- - LISTEN! Community Ownership of a Lime Spreader Is Practical and Feasible. to he rotated aiaouir the iiieiuliei(. Nouiiiftnhcr uia ul-- o uo It l pa lui '.'. iciii an acre. In Ihe early Hiive uf the ue of lime In ii rprrlall.v lu n Mnall way, are ollni not atallalile Insle land dHiier. hrllate lo piirrhae llieiu. I'ten ntler the tie nClline Is elalIMieil n iule iiiaehu t III often meet the nerds of M'erul farmers. HOW TO It W'e art' ciiuippud with machinery to do all kinds will last but 50 minutes, so be on liaiul promptly at hour advertised. Siiuplv as an inducement to secure a law attendance and to create .some tun and amusement, "mingling pleasure with business, Valuable Presents and Souvenirs will be given away FREE! and whether a buyer or merely a spectator, your chance at the presents is the same, if vou are on hand promptly at - 1'. M. These lots will be sold on the ground so that you can see what you are buying, and at this sale. We have been m business 10 years. there will be nu and we have sold land from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and never yet have we placed a in any crowd. In the past you have bought land at the owners price; at this sale you make the price: let the owner make or lose. The opportunity of a lifetime for a sale and conservative investment and at your own price. er FREE! VALUABLE PRESENTS AND SOUVENIRS. BRASS BAND. AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE REPAIRING We can On nil makes of Automobiles or Engines. furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. TERMS VERY EASY. OWN YOUR OWN HOME. INTRODUCE QUEENS De- It Nete.tary to Remove RUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR TENTION TO IS: THAT: THAT: PARTICULAR AT 111'.' Old and fective Ones and Replace Them With Younger Stock. Inirodmc iuern, I nuu It In net ex. nnd ilcfectlvu These lots are ideally located, being high and dry and close to the Hijrh mry to rriaoM' old llieiu by Joiiiib mid replace iiierii one.. THAT: Those who stand uUt and sou the other fellow own these lots, three years ltoruiK may he Introduced In cell" Uueenx from now will be crying that old souk "If I had only bought a lot in Ituckeye, see what it or nflrr they luue emert'iil from cell", would be worth today. while (.till miferllllred. or lifter they hate lieKUU ! lay. IN Kueh and everv lot in this subdivision will change hands on above date. Kiery lieckiepcr who Is really car- know how In for hi- i I other fellow reap all the benefit? Get in on the ground lloor and reap some of the harvest that Is sure to come to the wise investor. MEET US AT THE GRAND AUCTION SALE, SATURDAY SEPT, 27th at 2:00 P. M. Hut will you stand and watch the LADIES ALWAYS WELCOME, AT THIS SALS SPECIALLY INVITED. WATCH THESE LOTS INCREASE VALUE. TROUBLE IN FIGHTING WEEDS battery charger We have installed and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an autoAt any mobile, gas engine or farming machinery. time you need help on your Auto, Oas Engine or any other kinil of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either.day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free 'Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garuge Open Day and Night. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sheep and Goats Will Be Found Efficient In Eradication of Many Noxious Plants. Some of the trouble and ipene ordinarily eiperlenrrd In tlnhtlni! weed, night be ill.penurd with by beep and coals lo Kiae the iioxliius plants. At ireynt prices for wool, auluuls mohair ami million Hies ought lo bp (irolHuhle. The United Realty 60. O. T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr. Patrick & Conn. kliig HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. LEXINGTON, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 25 1919. um 114 ACRES Good fl loi-iite- Isl from school, three-fourt- Dodge Brothers MOTOR. CAR These Go Off My List aaaaaaaHsaaEaC&T (in Rood "aSaSSiVr-- , Taaaaaa n piko one-ha- lf mile mile from church, It. F. I), at iloor, good producing' land, improved with room frame dwelling, nood implement shed, ood stock barn about 10 feet X 50 feet, a new tobacco barn 10 feet X 72 feet, galvanized well fenced and well watered,, will make a good home and land new tenant house on this one. money at $175.00 per acre. A roof. will Farm make - K1 22 ACRES, small dwelling, jrood producing land, well fenced and located on good pike at $225.00 per acre. Dwelling is new and has cistern at door. 100 ACRES, improved with handsome dwelling, one of the best stock barns in the county, good tobacco bam and every convenience in small outbuildings, land good producing and lies nearly level. Located on good pike in Paint Lick High School District, this one a bargain at $225.00 per acre, the improvements will cost $12,000 to $15,000. 77 ACRES, located on Richmond and Lancaster pike, in I'aint Lick High School District, good producing land, excellent orchard, good (5 room dwelling, good stock barn, in the heart of things, schools, churches, 1J. F. I), and on most popular pike in county, a seller at $200.00 per acre. 91 2 KINNAIRD BROS,, Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. ACRES, located on good pike Lancaster pike, improved with good 5 stock and tobacco barn and also a good tobacco barn, will house 9 acres tobacco, farm well rested and all in grass excepting 25 acres, broken from grass one year only, good school less than mile. Farm is known as one of Garrard County's best producing farms and will sell at a profit, to October 1st, only at $20,000.00, improvements worth over $5,000.00. mile from school, good six 66 ACRES, located on good county road, room dwelling, excellent well, good stock barn, good tobacco barn and farm well fenced, most of this farm is practically new land and has excellent crops. Land is line to cultivate being gentle rolling land, has the color you will like. A good buy at $175.00 per acre. A good tenant house on this one. 53 ACRES, located on good county rond, in I'aint Lick High School District, good 5 room dwelling, good combined stock and tobacco barn, this farm a good producer ami has dandy good pond and spring. Can be bought for a short time only at 150.00 per acre. yards from Richmond and room dwelling, cistern at door, a good about 75 New York's Flrtt Railroad. Tin- - II r- -t rnllri.nd In New Ynrk stale Most Valuable Plant. Practice Cheerfulness. No ilnnt renders man creater rrTlrr and "tie A ninny, ilii rful li firt rwMriiKrr railroad if life-- , than does the nheat, berauve It asp. In Hi" L'uiteU Slat". I'll irulli ami f.wt. rwil.llnr with nmtrtKlnl pile ti the creater part ami the bet- - f wooden rail front Albany In Srhe-- ; (inirtlral ewr In make tcr part, too of tlir uetern world Ita nertiHljr, a illtmie of 17 miles, In 1S.11. thine-- , men urn I rir belter than thsy atatr of life. From nheat the leading Tn jrenrs later tin Krle railroad lhl a(are eslslenrtv-Itubertsv-Ik the true, healthful n. from I'lenmmt tu ()ihen. of nation' of the earth obtain their bread. ' 'I of Good Limestone Garrard County Land, be m 90 ACRES longing to SIMPSON SISTERS, miles from Richmond. Has dandy good 8 room dwelling, good stock barn, new garage, well fenced and excellent quality land, only 5 acres in plow. This one will sell at profit, should bring $300.00 per acre, I have it for sho rt time only at $275.00 per acre. 4 !5- 52 ACRES on Richmond and Lancaster pike -t I High School District. Practically new S room dwelling, a line young orchard, watered by the best Land is springs I ever saw, running over large tanks during the dry weather. good quality and is almost level and lino for farming. Good tobqeco barn that will houe S to 10 acres tobacco, A farm that should bring $25.00 per acre more than asked, listed for short time only at $150.00 per acre. 164 ACRES, located on good pike, Paint Lick IT ARM on the premises by-bi- d. YOU HAD BETTER GET A HOME WHILE YOU CAN, there are now them from The three buyers for every farm on the market, and you can see from the short time I Thursday, Oct. 2nd, Located on Lexington Pike six miles from Lancaster, eight miles of Danville, three miles Bryantsville Graded School, nn 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 room residence, halls and two norchea. burn .ml all necessary outbuildings.. Splendid water, well, cistern, everlasting springs, etc. This is extra good limestone dirt. Besides the long pike frontage a good country road borders one side of this farm and it will be subdivided into a number of tracts, each tract with pike or road frontage. So it will-b- e an easy matter to get exactly what you want. Beautiful building sites all along the pike. Good school and church right 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 siie place you have been looking for located where you want it and is sure to sell for the "High Dollar". We invite the closest inspection 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 hv chances like this every day. Remember at this sale the bidders fix the price. It will be an YOU say what it is worth. Absolute Sale without reserve or TERMS EXCEEDINGLY LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE on the block. For full particulars, blue prints, etc, see, write or phone have in which to olfer these, that the owner. expect to is with-dra- the market, and with each withdrawal situation at least three are left homeless. becoming alarming and if you ever expect to own a foot of mother in line. It costs you nothing to look these over, and if I earth, you had better get you will come to Paint Lick or call me, will be glnd to have a car take you to Garrard than any these dandy small homes and let you look them over. estate has been worked the least of any neighborhood Paint Lick vicinity real in Madison or County and the result, otrers you better values for the money today other place you can go. LF.T .ME SEE YOU AT AN EARLY DATE. R. Gr. WOODS PAINT LICK, KY. REAL ESTATE. HUGHES & MoGflRTY. Stanford, Ku. nurture ion im tu .m.A The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 25. 1919 6 Get your organs of diharmony and watch your trouble disappear. NR does it or money beck. NR Best r, i . t THE NOTED THE COMPROMISE 400 A6RE ON THK I'RBMISKS FARM Auction By GLADYS P. ANDERSCU Mr. A. Lima n t.npnrii-lio- n Of J. F. 0 ok at At 10::t0 A. M. for tho niMin rural ulicii (nnr niirnul nilcll- - nml n c'rl itbmit lx. rmliiil In. iiitl(- - nut nf lirrnli. ' "I'm hiTo nt Inst, iimilicr." Mr. Allium dntieoil up from hrr wnrk. "I wn ratlins Vltlnn." ln wild. You Just Try NR For That Indigestion T7i m1 gestion, f:ssimi!n:ion end elimination working in One Day'c Test Prove ptfmftrh mily pr.rtW p Tho rrr t J Wednesday October 8th, 1919 RESIDENCE This crli'limtod utock fitrm whic'i ha. bron in the Cook family for river , l miles from 100 years in located 5 miles from Ktnnfn d, 7 miles from Rowland, livestock shipping point for Cincinnati and Louisville, and one mile from the l'reachersvillc and Stanfont turnpike, with good county road leading to same. This farm lies on Dix River and most of it is bottom land. This farm lias licen into live tracts, as follows. Tract No. !. Contains l.'!." acres. brick house in first dlass condition. One of the very best houses in the county. Has two presses built in the wall of most every room. Smoke house, carriage house, hen house, one of the best springs ami spring houses in the county and a I0 barrel concrete trough. corn crib. Tenant house and an tobacco barn and a This farm is bounded on one side by Dick's River and all bottom laud except HO 150 acres of blue grass sod that was never plowed, 00 acres in gratu acres. and 150 acres just broken out of sod. An ideal home and Everything in tip top shape. Tract No. 'J. About 7ii acres of bottom land, bounded on one side by the river. One stock barn, tobacco barn and stock scales. All in grass with the exception of 15 acres. crib; Tract No. !t Contains 87 acres; tobacco barn: silo, well and spring and some pretty building sites and road leading to river. All in grass and !() acres that has just been plowed once. Tract No. tobacco barn; small stock Contains 05 acres with bam: well and spring and road leading to the river. All in grass except about 20 acres has been plowed. This has 115 acres of the best tobacco land on the" farm. Tract No. 5 Contains three acres. All bottuni land and as rich as cream. All the barns on this farm built out of onk and all painted. Kuough tobacco can be grown on each farm to pay for them in two anil three years; no better improved farms can be found in the county. .Mr. .1. F. Cook will be on the farm two days prior to sale to show parties over the farm. Mr. Hollar, or the real estate men are at our service to show ou over it at anytime you may care to look. There will be a tobacco show on the day of the sale by the tenants which will be judged by one of the big tobacco men of Lexington. This will be the biggest tobacco show outside the State Fair. The Young Woman's Missionary Society of the Stanford Christian Church will furnish dinner. Exceedingly easy and made known on day of sale. Retter TERMS make your arrangements and attend this ale it will be one of the big sales of the season. After the sale of the land Mr. Cook will sell all live stock, farming implements, etc. BOLIVER BOND ON THE BLOCK. For full particulars, see, write or phone the real estate men SWINE-BROAof Uncaitcr, Ky., or HUGHES & McCARTY.of Stanford, Ky. Lam-asterd .'ino-barrI'OO-barr1500-ton 1 THE "Why, iniiilicr, I nut VlWim." Hio Clrl ihri-hnrk hr-- curly liiinl iiimI hiuclii'd merrily1. "Won't Jim nrr W nhli' tn (HI lis tnln npiirt-- ' "I tlmucht hy the ny m mine In llirmijli tln iliMir 'Iwn Vlrglnlii. Mir nlivn ruling In like n shot from n Cm. Wliere Imve joll clrll lioi li?" "Dunn hy the rlriT. Tin- - wind Mew mi e ilhl lint lirnr jnu whin tmi (lot cnlliil." "Well," nhl air. Allium, "Ml Knirry lm Jut hern here nml Inrlt-ii- l hold nf jnu clrl In her rniilrnle nvxt Wniliievlny ernlnir. "Sim mlil n celns to he Ju-- t crnii.l. 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I It r.iuMt Iifli Ami Wnefit to lour rrttfA eallafiirtlnn- - .! mfinrv live million itotrs irn ikumI va.tif year. one million Mt TaKfts urn tnken ly elllnff p"pl every day tJiafn the bcit proof of U merit NMurc'i Remedy la tho brft on-- I f.iUst tliir.ff 'ou ran takn for liiIlout-r,ri ii J ..h . it. rrt.lll elmlMr rompltlnts. iitc Jructflst. lmlli;e'tlon anI It in toM, guar-nnte- nl and tccrmmendeil ,y your R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. er HiiMiereil, i!rr"' unfiling n ihrhle. lf turn. I went tn the liit itmiith, jnu know. Oli. hmv I Mi we hnil more Ihnn one het nhe eichilimil p.ilnmilely It ai not until V.ilnei!ny iiinrn-In- s Hnil Vlilun iippenreil tn i hei r up hut. She hnil ii ennii!liitlnn " wllh her tiinther, who Inlerrupleil her hy ex.lnlmlric. "It will neier ih.. of inure ihere' no harm In it, hut If Jon get ln(o nny trouhle. don't hlnme nn,imi imt yoiirM'hex. "Si one will eler know iihnut It." rep.im. Vhlnn ennllilently. "I'll S" down In the Mllnje nnw nnd nil! nt Mr. I'.lnke'. I knnw lu will he wlllllir." Mr. Illiike lit ii iiern from J KniW'S nml fhe reerlte,! Vlthin That etenliitf. Virginia, In her pink 'Ilk muslin Hint helnngivl to her lMer JnlnllT, w.nt tlmhlly miij her up the path lemllng tn the Kmery lioine. feeling tery happt. Mis Vinery. In hentillfnl hroenilfl llk wax pa.ng through the hall when Virgin la win nhmin In hy the hullrr. "Willi h nne I It?" -- he nke.l. 'Tin Mirjrj- jnu li.il It rniililn't hate .nine." Virginia plneeil where she cniihl neoeter.liine who plnjeil nr .i!ll. Thrn he gave herself up tn enjoyment, she wntihcil Sergeant We-- t engerly. It tvn only In ilream (hut he )ial ,.ter heapl uli tone. Sergeant Wet siw her ami met the vlthl gl.ime nf her e.te. Me turned tn hi hn.e nnd a!d, '"un that jntiiig lady sing?" "Indeed she inn," answered SIM Kmery pmudlj-- . Tlnre'i A 7iq :ht-'Ha- mcl daininq process' ciertid irft 3 norxl or previously nnishtd tioors. doors, woodwork anil furnitutr. Whablt;hr?lrnf;of L) and wcjnlilc real lurdncxjliniili. CisiiaK ut centi s;r iiguarc it. Directi&ni on each can. Iarn to yrain in S hmiuics at L THE STORE IP. YOUR LOCALITY finJ Oi-hre yoc re atgureJ routiraifi ir.lrrrit nJ nit! qil t cr eeitrif m tt f nrot, Cnanntcci lt rrvirr ui lor to At vtrn pf 1 THC OHIO VARNISH COMPANY CLCEUNJ O McROEJt'RTS DRUG STORE , B. 0 .ipniift lever TT rour ytiem ha btxomi? n cr it you are auffering "Spr.'ng Fevrr" vok Aci4 hcu Mineral to buil3 ntii, ifdfc'ocd. Hiyikiuii prticnoc Acid Iron Mineral bccauic it ii natural liquid .icn; nd will not injure the teeth or eue LU erTecta. ttii the moit powerful iron tonic known and cornea to you uit as it ii prepared hy nature in the wonderful deposits of Misiiuippi. Do not confute A. I. M. with chemically prepared tabled. .;k for Acid Iron Mineral and do not accept a lubstitute. All cni? ttores or lent direct by FERRODINC CHEMICAL CORP.. Roanokc. Viroihia For SaU by all Druifiats. The Cook Farm Sale In Lincoln County Implements, Farm Machinery, Live Stock and Corn will be sold on ma itj admiringly In I "Will jmi slug "I will play lng what jnu Thr next moment Virginia felt h hnml nn her shnnlder. She hmkil Sergeant Vesf fnee. for niej" he nkei. fur ynu nml .ton may plene. Are vim tvlli-In- Wednesday, October 8th Cumberland Grocery on our Farm five miles from Stanford and one mile from the 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 Troughs, Tanks, Tobacco Cultivators, Water Troughs and Galvanized Tanks, Wire Fence and many other Implements too numerous to tion. ' The Stock consists of 65 Hogs, and Shoats which will be sold 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 side. 1 Hereford Bull. bulls. G Holstein Cows and Calves. Some of these Calves are very 8 Registered Saddle Mares by such sires as Rex Peavine, bon Chief and Jack Twigg, bred to King Edward VII. that is one of the greatest sires of fine walking horses. A number of Registered Colts, yearlings and two year olds, Mares, Geldings and Stallions. Percheron Mares and Percheron Geldings. out of 1 Yearling Mule out of a Percheron mare, 4 Mule Colts Mares. 1 two year old Jennet. Percheron 200 Big Bone black faced Stock Ewes, mostly yearlings and two year olds to be sold in lots of 25 and 50 and 7 yearling Oxford Rams. easy These are probably the best sheep in the country. We will arrangements before sale. terms to those who make 50 Acres of Corn will be sold in the shock in lots to suit chasers. There will be a Tobacco show by the tenants which will be judged by one of the big tobacco men of Lexington. The 400 acre Farm on Dix River has been subdivided and will be sold on easy terms. This is the best Tobacco farm in Lincoln county and one of the beat in the state. BOLIVER BOND and SONS, Auct. Lexington, Ky. "I'll tr.v." he nnsnered shjly. It tvn nearly nn hour later that Sergeant Went ngaln rememherod the girl. "I want .ton tn sing mice more," he Preachers-vill- e mid. "I hate n plan. You have u voire, nnd with teaching, inul.l heeome n singer. I'erhap I ean to glte jmi n couple of hour eiiili week." "I'm afraid I am n hit timid," nld the girl, "hut since joii nsk me I will try." lie was orry for n he men- hy the piano. Her her was stond fine tery white, and her Hp lllmot stiff, "Hate rotirnge," said the singer. in "Vnti did n well hefore," The n piiulmeiit hegati; hut when nn untutored, hut rich inntrnlto tolee commenced the song there w;i n suihleii dlsiiiril mining the key of the piano, and Sergeant West wheel. sl ahout nnd tureil nt the treniMIng girl heslde him. "What does It fine mean?" cried the nrtlt. "It ennnot he posslhle that thl girl Bourha two distinct kinging voices, one tery high nnd the other very low." The girl nt whom eteryone was now- - looking, tried twice to ypenk he could sny a ttord. Then Hie Hammered. "I I am the other twin If jnu please, sir." "Ynu nre not the one IliHt mug first?" he nsked, "No, lr, that wit my sister, Virginia, It wus her turn with our tires M Vlthin Ktnmmcrcd, then wan client. One Inilf hoiir hefore, Virginia hud give slipped out unoliserted iind met her sister nt Sir. Illake's. In their hurry Virginia pur- In eichnuglng gotini, had heen had not obliged told her sister he lng. to The licit morning Sergeant West Wlille he returned lo New York. wh wulllng for his train, he uw two girls In plain gingham gown, hurrying down Iho road. It was Virginia that spoke for hoth. "Sergeant West, we could not help coming to see you off and to thank you." Happiness shone In two pair of rye aniwerrd, "I hall not forget when thr leton I am to give you w&rn I return next month." (Cor!lil. 111. McClura Ntwiptiml Ira. tUcat.) Co., Junction City, Ky., Whi.Ienle Distrjbuturi. P OF. RI1IAL 109 ACRES OF GOOD LMB Saturday, September 27th AT TWO P. M. ON THE PREMISES. This farm adjoins the farm of Col. I. DUNN, near Marcellus. M. Ten acres of this farm now in fine Bluegrass sod, ready for tobacco; ten acres in corn; forty acres in wheat, balance in fine bluegrass sod. it E, CMcWhorter. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Sept 25 1919. POTATOES PROPERLY STORED FOR WINTER If SMGLEY5 c a package tl Approximately of Crop Is Marketed in Fall. One-Thir- Reserve Supply Mutt Be Protected From CxtremeJ or Heat nd Cold Provide Sufficient Ventilation and Avoid Moisture. liy the lTnlle,l Stair Department f Arricultiire.) pmperly Mnreil OinvM ii"t l'ntiiliM' sualn 11 ln tliriiushinit tlif "Inn I of tnnri' than n per rent, int. ttmliT i'ceptlnniilly ci'oil ninilll.nns u iniirr t tin It r 4 ;er lent Tin- - 111.1.. luium ri'tiirn from the enp after It Ii III" inlr wltll pri'itui'iil ihpi-ntwlilih t Iit hiiiih4 are linmvtiil, nriil, criiihil. nrkeil, anil th" nlillity nf tin Krnwer tn m'H at tht umt tlini'. Appmxlm.itely tine, t lit nl nf 1 in I ii pnltilit "tup I" in P ktiil tit lnirvet tlin ami tli" N sliiriil u a rrH'ni' nipp'y fur winter anil printr. It l plie.ilij linpnihl,, n well hh ('tiiniiinlriilly rn t market f rii il"lmhl". In nlti-mp- t lire rnp In tin' aiitiitnn, anil tit" mil) way In wlili li p'ltiitiM'N ran li" hiinill il u urrefully, hi tn lnur" n lit Miipply, I ti prut lit" itiiltli'li'tit Mui'iiui' mi th" fnrtii nr nt the hlpplu:: lnlinn fur frntn 'Vi tn T." nT lent nf till' Tnp. Viirli'Ui llM" nf Mi'mc" phn". nri nr imw In u", r.uulni: fnmi pll ilir.'-nitn lr-limply huilt "liirat'i' lnm ' I'htu fur th" i ini'lrnitlim nf tnrui:t' In i'i sir" eImmi In the department'. before the war (rrepircil 5 c a package 5 NOW c.a package during the war mm UNO THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! TUESDAY, ii PERSONALTY Uuil-tl- n MT. 137 CITIZENS I NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus S100.000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON B. F. Hudson, "ROLL OF HONOR."' President, J. J. Walker, V. Pros. W. O. V. F. Champ, Cashier, H!ney, Asat. Cachier. Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Mrs. X. C. Hamilton, "tunic", th" ltnVr tllll-- l 1" plnlirteil fri'lll extreme nf .1il anil 1'. it: a temperature nf from "JS tn II) il.'srw I'. I iiiilili"rl a. 'ftelnry. Siitlirlrnt u tltll:it"ii tniit prm tiled tn reuinri' fuiil air and ex , Ue iiioNtur" Th" Minur" Inni" mut h" ti i'nntnw'ted a- tn miike It 111" llclit. tin" i.i.I1,i. tn tililt' iii:ilily nf piitalift nuli-UlIn th" llslit. Tht' tiil"r shinlil h" tlry nml rfii'im-nM- y frf" frinu tllrt when put Intn Ilf tll.tlnltlPM ,IP l!l hllir.ll.M ..II i.rrrn.e tin anittiinf nf" hfat fn iiiwlv In ti:l inr'tl Mittittif. 'I'lit. til nn th" vpiiftw (..iwh. ii th" tuluTt, Hitio I'littltiL' "IT ii i r i lrnilnlh.il. nml ht'lilii: In r.-- t n I ii htat that wniihl nthcrtt. "ml". All illt'iiM'tI hnilly nit nr hniNfil lnh"r h"iihl h" r. m.iuM finui intn i.irn.-i- ' th" crii hfftirt' i .i it 1, It l a rttniiiinn iiriirth't' fur minuter-ria- l irrn"pr timl hlpiMTt tn tlnre In hill" In a lit pill nf 1f in 1." ft'"! ThN l alniiit iiTtiiln in t'liiiiil a linn Ii h"iilt'r tlirlnltiiEi ln than whfii inrt'tl in a ll"ptll nf lint llltit" tllllll 0 f""l. Th" h"inl"r hrlnkni:" l Hit" r iiniintnt nf heat rt'ult nf (h" Et'iifniifil liy a InrE" pll" nf ptlatiev whhli rfnilK In a hlchtT aui'tunt nl I'lttNlur" ln at wt-l- l as h lirmlrr , t frt'in nl mnNtiirt' I'iitli hflp in tl"V"lnp tirpinUiiw InhiT rntv rrtiuently Ih" ii talntit whfii th" pnlatti"t. are Mnrptli r nntlt-tlit'e rnnilltliitio rearli 2." mt lin lint h""ii t't'iil. anil wh"r" rlchl till tuher. "XtTrl"il in l evi'll' hi'fnr" Ktnrllie th" rnti. th" l Kr"tiT. II l iulvlalil". thi'ri'fnr". tn' nt' pll" th" piitnti" lint than n( It fi'"l il""p. anil th" llmir iinii'iihin hlii nut h" than I2 th" 1'.' f""t mili"i prmlihil with a rl" nt M'litlhilliiL' haft nr ilhUInu wnlN fnt f nmUtiirt' anil h"iit th" "si'ii l nr ticri'fut Sept. 30th AT 10 A. M. ON THE PREMISES. We will offer you at your bid 154 acres of good fertile .!'. flADiSON COUNTY LAND Subdivided into tracts of 14 to 40 acres. This is a part of the well known Will Todd farm located on the Paint Lick and Wallaceton Turnpike, 3 miles South East of Paint Lick. On this land we have one new stock and tobacco barn 64 x 72 feet and one new dwelling house, 3 room with porch and one new tobacco barn 72 feet x 52 feet. Land is well watered and well fenced and will be sold in ht( hif small tracts to suit purchaser. Excellent chance for the man with small means to own a home on pike in best neighborhood. best bottom land in the county. Nearly 20 acres of the n1 11 " lr!li 11 " d 11 I RAISE RABBITS FOR PROFITS Have Your Tires Re-treade- Little Domestic Animals Are Easy to H".nd!e and Remarkably Free From Disease. liahhlt r.iNIm." uu a haikjanl scale ThnuHtiiN nt tint an mall rahhltrl"i In thl rininiry an priKliidii;: ni"jt iTnpi rrKiilarly limnetic nnh family lahl"". II iiiaN nr" tTilly ralsi'il anil reinnrkahly fn-pmpi-rlraritl frimi illi'u" uhi'ii In Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e cess of retreading-n- ot can half sole-ar- id price. rebuild a tire at less than half fr Th" llflirlnn Imr" U nil" nf Hi" het rnhlilH for tnhU' us". It weleln mure than iinwt hr""il, i1"'hIoh raplilly fur At the same time and place we will offer you 1 rubber tired carriage, 1 four H. P. Fairbanks Morse oil engine, nearly new, 1 cut off saw rig new, 1 old fashioned three cornered cupboard, (walnut) 1 old fashioned bureau, 1 new side board, 1 corn shelter, 1 good cook stove, almost a full set of blacksmith and rubber tire machinery, about 3,000 feet of good walnut lumber, 1 complete saw mill in good running order, 1 good log wagon, about 20 tons of good timothy hay, some baled straw, spring wagon and buckboard. One 15-2- 5 Fairbanks M orse Oil Tractor good as new, and in perfect running condition. 1 good 7'H. P. Motor Hay press, in dandy condition. 3500 MILES -- GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any Oanville Buick Ho L. B. CONN, Female Flemish Giant. nml th" quality nf llic inriit l nipi'rliir In till Ih" ulliiri. Th" riiniUli L'l.iu' fur N ii llrlitlun haiv lut'il lart" t.!?.", with Hi" r"ult lliat Him r unil lt" ilt'lli'iit" In mi'itt In cimnn-- REMEMBER, Old Fashioned Furniture, Saw Mill, gines and Blacksmith Tools. En- Walnut Street. 11 C Propietor. Danville, Kentucky. Be on hand promptly at 10 o'clock and buy you a home ltaiir. ii- 31 II ItZZH J I II - in ili".lrahl". hut thin U InrKfly a matter nf Imllvlil-mi- l taste. EXPERIMENT IN STEER FEED Pennsylvania Station 'Makes Successful Test With Silage, Stover and Linseed OH Meal. dti'i'ra Ttt"l" li"il weri' feil at lh l'i'lillylvanl.i experl-lut-f- it a rallnn nf 41.110 dtallon nil IhiiiiiiIx nf rnril ullil!!. -.- 1- pnlllliU of kiuiiiI KlirrOileil turn iilover and nf llusteil oil meul er lieuil dally. Tliey uiucl" an averuK" dally Kaln nf J.XIiKiundHier lieail at u rout (if $13.84 per htinitreilwelitht. Tin- - rnlll" were lulutil at $14.40 per liumlml, making per head. uet prutlt of Tin- -" cliarni-tiTlmli'liy wnue piTwins am that you will ever be proud to own. Located in the heart of the world and known throughout Madison and Garrard County as belonging to cne of the best farms in this section, of this good old Kentucky. 4 w. o. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 1H. mma. Embalmer. Kentucky. wanniirni Residence Fliune 33. ' Director and Drive out to this farm and ask for Mr. T. J. Todd at the farm or call and see R. G. WOODS of Paint Lick Ky, for further particulars. LIBERAL TERMS announced at Sale. COL. JESSE COBB, Auctioneer. The Central Record. Lancaster, UNREDEEMED LAND TO BE ' Ky., Thursday Sept ,25, 9 i 9 1 1 At t.eavell (Sen. II. Jennings .......... 1 1 SOLDFOR TAXES. Hi.i,..n ..r iiiv limit till..i... v Wl.il ii... I.,... i ii... rtate now in full rorcr, 1 will cll ul imhlic wile to the lii;tift mill hcst Milder, the following ilescrlhcd prop- rly, or o much thereof an to pay Untax, rust nnil pcnnltica now due llir State' of Kentucky ami County of (iarrard, ly the parties hereinafter mentioned. Thi alo will take place at the iloor of the (iiirranl County Court House, ,n Ijtncaster, Ky., on Tuesday, September 30th, 191'J, at I o'clock p. ni. nml "ill rontinue thereafter without further notice. Simple Title will with he itivrn the holiest nnil hest hiihler, AND NOT ANY OP THE PROPERTY WILL BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION THEREAFTER. Any partiei deslrinc final opportunity to reileem their property can do in m hy writing me at my office lirrcnville, Ky., on any ilny previous ale, via , or by . the ilnte of this ....liliiiK to me, at tlrccnville, Ky., hy recistcrcd mail, check or moniy or-itfor amount hereinafter set out, giving correct post office address for receipt to he returned, anil the lien will lie properly released of recunL Very respectfully yours, W. II. GRAY, i.. III HI The Year 1017) Mailit.rial District No. i! a llriKht Itunlett Maltha Kavnnnunli - ..lot Mattie Salter . lot . Mafiiterial District No. Wm, (for . a n I r, DICK'S DIPLOMACY HI 7 .as it. (18. K.13 By ADELAIDE R. KEMP. Sccar lu Maflttcrial Diitricl No. Wootion llurton ....1-a Magisterial Diitricl No. 2 : Miillle sinoil hy the little white gale gating down Ihe road, grass grown nnd IS. 8.1 .Mary .Mitchell col A. C. Alma n.r. Curio llrmk Jem llrmk John llnxk Cam Helton J. M, llolinau Sam llolmnn . Prank Hopkins John Kokcm l.ih Shelton Ed Williams n.r. Hill Faulkner Hill Harris 'J27 a !0 a d( I 100 a n In ..IK 'IT, a i. i .10 a l. SO 1 la n '1 a James Faulkner hein. Arch KiminaUKh col 'J Isaiah Kelly ml Jona Leavell eol Al Leavell llerhert .Mitthell a n 'J 'JO 1 In 1 a a a a li.senue Ac'nt for State t l.are. Practice Chtcrf ulntu. sunlit', iherful tlew- - of life, rest-Iri- s with mi truth ami fact, t prucilial ctcr to mike thins, linn nnil I f hitter tluin they an Ihl Ii the true, healthful poetry of cilslemc. Itnlirtsou. A She was Jut ahoiit lo return to the house whin the llgure of ii small hoy Iiimilng up Ihe road, holding n small whistling "Vimkee Doodle," at Irnrleil her llttelllloll. As he eanie nearer she saw that he helongeil In the new faiull) only rerenlly muve, Into the hlg housp mi the hilt. The "trong feeling of loneliness and her desire for human loiupunlnnsblp raued her to smile mid say: , "Hello, laddie! What's )our name?" "Illi tuinl" Wlnllirop Helhi'rlngton, Jr.." wns Ihe response. "Where hate jnu heen, lllchard, with yetir' Hag?" The hot's face hrighteiii il as he mi swereil: "(Hi! down to (he station lo see Minn, nf Ihe snhlicr hos itilnlng heme. Mt uncle will he eiiinlng hnine day now " He potfed a iiioiueiil j any for Inealh. mid then eniitluni'd' "Uh dldii'l jnu go ilowii? Ilaten"t you gut 1111 sweetheart" ",Vo, I haten't, Itlchard. I gueis nil will hate lo finil me one." "All right. I'll try." answered the lad promptly, and then saluting, he shoulderetl his (lag and eiuitliiuril up Hie road whistling n martial air. Mnl-II- , walcheil lilni out of sgh. She knew la inii-li- li red himself a whole hand teailliig a eniiipany of returning heriL's. 260 Acres GARRARD County Land Near Lancaster, Ky., subdivided at 1 First Safety Oieyclc. was T f!it of (he afi'i.i lt!r),-!i' t i n the market In isvii. ln llilsthe hleli fnuit wheel was rnluml and the s the real wliii-- was iilmiit l'ellii of the front one. The machine! Mafisl.rial Diitricl No wlili i lie.-- of the same lzo i.ppeared (For The Year lit 14) In lie pnpiitir llli'i t it I. .'.II m ii IMM, andHug lie-- inraie"o rearheil IH lulia lllack . Ihe "i ja.nr, In i Faulkner Hroi. col . . lot hi nl", iit IsiCi. when whei li had low In prlie to te within 1 13.0K Ihe a i 11. Caldwell col of Ihe multitude. 12 SS John Mullins col Mallllerlal Dillrict No.3 St. Betol,ih's Town. 13.75 35 a J W. Fothertrill It.. .lull or St Hnlrlph'i Town Is a Dillrict No. 4 Macilterial eajKirt In l.lni iiliinhlre. Ilnelnnd. on lX.r,.", 4a the Ulter Wiiliim, anil fmir milea from Fred Huford col Ia 14.J5 Its toiiiith. with n whtirfnce of 21-U(ieo Hutchinson col 15.1U feet. In the i1m of 'he I'lnlllMCllie's .30 a Kmmrtt Hrock lfi.07 It nan "tie nf Ihe thief British 15 a . lta llrmk Hirs. hut the IIiIul' III of Ihe rlter H" Sam Home hn ohstaele In It" 2"' '.r5 late jenrs.analmost toiitlnual growth of Sam Unib dredslne H.95 15 a Mrs. Lucy Parker to keep n passage In helnif 1 1.35 2 ri . Wm. Faulkner col the sen, eien for small esels. Its 1 14.35 f (lurch toner. Ht. llotolph'o, I" a a n Will Faulkner rol No. 4 roiispletmus landmark, dependMatisterial Diitricl ed upon also hy mariners at sra. (For The Year 1015) 7.40 15 a Mrs Lucy Parker 10.81 Unbinson 50 a Kohiiiiun Most Famous Chinese Dish. 1 7.40 a l,nt hat hei'ii ''nii'.ldi'i 'il Mv Orl- Kit Willinmi " l0 -Auhl A Son liliuri'x n Ihe il.ilnlir- -' il vh In ,r -t l Ihe product ii,i Ihe hlriK Sam tjimh . - 12.18 I, I lie Mil SWllllnW. III, Il tsmslriK IH 15 a tva Hrock tii'l of a I'lliitlnniis suh-lii2i.KI 227 a A C. Alma n.r. H.''1 I.! . ii from Mil moss. The Chlnem Ha Sam llolmei i, ,Ihh of preparing Ihe uels fur Ihe 21.35 Fnulkner Hros . ill I.' Is In sn.lk them llild hull them (For The Year 1!)15) milk until they are very tender, ii M. lilt. rial Dillrict No.l In clear mui nun they are plat-ti- l 22.11 ."I are ready for ue. On hit trip lot Lewii Ynntis 7.85 . ' l.lmi. Ceiienil (iraut was mils Ii lot A on le lliatt I. ami one of (he ilNhes set he- Magisterial Dillrict No.2 m 1 .1H ii.in was the Kills' nest. u Will Carnett hein Matitlerial Dillrict No.3 14.C5 18 ll Lacemaklng In China. Lore Kinir In Chefoo, 170.85 Foreli'ii inlssli.narles 3n C. W. Calehi Shaiiclial. Pimm how, Amoy nnd Hun-toMaiiilerial District No 4 Iiiimi Introdiii i'd lai eniaklni; Diiiunc II. 24 -- - 1 11 Jonas Leavell Ihe Chltieje wnniin, mid tonMderahle 12.l"i3 20 Kmmett Hrock lace has hcen exported from lime In 14.G0 50 a Caleh Hrock time. Silk, linen ami col tun thread Is '" 25.17 -Kelly 'd Isaac In Chef, 1. 1, mid linen nnd rnllon 12.05 III the other plait'". The luce Is made col - -Wm. Faulkner 1 III. 4 5 more theiiply Hum I" imsslhle elseClay llurnslile 11.85 where lietause of lie low wages paid' llerhert Mitchell III China, hut u lack of enterprise In (For The Ynr 1910) rhntiglmi patterns to meet t hanging Ma, iit. rial District No.l prevent 2 a J 8.UI tastes and fiihlnn" nhroudlarger pro- HriKht Hurdett assuming S5.87 the Industry from - - Slots Lewis Faulkner portions. 7.5fi Annie lliatt - 7.UI lot .Martha KuvnnnUKh Japanese Qala Day. Matillerial Diitricl No. 2 (If nil llorni festlilttca, Trait 27.113 35 n " W. It. Nelson heirs Cher'y Hlossom the moit .'ie 0.45 W. Ii. Shank Mnlly ohservid. Practically oery 13.97 ' ti iind village throughout the land Almeria Kltnore col..- - 3 n . it own particular therry tree for Magisterial Diitricl No.3 ling at this great occailon, hut Wootson Hurton " i nst famous of them all Ii that 27.(10 21 n J. It. Lone . to. Here early 111 April la to ' Ma, lit. rial District No. 4 eeii such u klghl ii" tan he wit 23.85 227 n A. C. AJny n.r world. , 7.05 "' ril nowhere cite II' all the 20 a Kmmett Hrock me seldom fewer than I.OCO.OOO 8.75 50 a Caleh Hrock or prisent, who gather from all 7.113 25 n Jen Hrock everywhere Ii of Ihe empire 8.75 15 u .ug, ilmiclug ami iuetryaiaklDS. J. M. Ilolman ii 7.25 1 1. ,i ur," lu IiidlaiiaKilla Star. 10 n Sam Ilolman 8.C.5 25 ii Frank Hopklm 8.75 1C0 a Dr. Letcher 15.48 12 a Kliiabctli Martin 7.50 15 n Lucy Parker 7.15 50 ii Llsh Shelton ouiei-iiui- r 1 7.50 a Kd Williams .... n . n.,. 7.05 M. F. Wills , ! IV Uto t MS to r -lt Bv 1 J Bill Faulkner swUI AT tllfCCISTS. 8.75 32u Ahe Faulkner ir aum earn tail, 10.15 aouiiosiKtueiir co.. uiait. r. 2a Jane Fnulkuer 8.75 2a Will Harris 10.48 20 Kdieth Faulkner ., . 1? 1 1t .i nA u i.t u wan iveiiy h"uiJ HASELOEN BROS. 8.75 1a Jonah Lenvell Maeuterial District No. I (For The Year WID I M" Julia llhick Maiitterial Diitrltt No 4. tH.-ir. .10 u Kmmett Hrock 111. 42 M tvo Hrock 22.t'iO William Hyr.1 . - i t.'.n 2 a .. Alex M in. ir. K.I Parker 10.21 ' Mrs. Jennie Willmrn i2.ao Charley Youhk n. r. :tf a is. It . - IS a A tic Faulkner nil Hi. Id 2a Will Faulkner n. r 20 a l.K5 lloh (;illipie. col 1 LHfi Ceo. lluttliiluon I l.!l 1 a Sun Kennnly col 1 I. HI 1 a Kt Kennedy col. Wise Relaxation. ! The know tliit a Judicious rinmint nf wasting Is, In the em!, not nesting at nil; for those who have letirniil In relax ami tn forget at the right moment, in lay alde cure ami thnticht and lime rnmplelely, hen lln On lalHir do It with a fre-- li and power lhat the near)' slates of ini:hi l.llic ,'nlie nctir know. I'll lose time imitliuhl.t l mi i kiiillle art. Two ilays later with all the feter of s,rillg clemtllig lu her MihmI. Mill lie iliuineil her hlggest npion mid with si ruhliiiig hriish and hroom made an and nttaik on Ihe p.it winter'" In her dust. l'p on Ihe hrlghl Utile Illi In n he wns scouring paint Willi her usual vigor when a tolee from the open iliMiruar .startleil her n lhat sh nearly fell from her 'p h. l'i .la .. ii. ... ... la ... la Jan'i "llvi'iise me' I Imp. I haten't fright-rne- il ou, hut I kiinekeil and couldn't eein to make aiitmie hear." Mollle. i hnnlierliig down as ipiiikly as !,Ui!i.. ;nt a oung otllier In ollteilrali uiilform, oter:is cap In one In the lnuid ami hallereil suit-asi- . oilier. He was hrmiriil from exniure ami rather careworn, hut even at that good lo Motile ilei iileil he was ter look at. There was a moment's pau-- e ii ml then he contlnueil : "l.'oulil .toil dlreit me to the Heile I seem tn hate lost my Tinglon"? i way." oh!" Mollle evclalmeil, "You must he lllchard Wlnthrnp lletliPringtou, Jr.'s uncle." Then she stopeil and I4ished scarlet. "That sure Is my nuinher," laughed the truing fellow, "My home Is In ' Miihlgau, hut 1 thought t would stay lure fur a short lime before going on. You must he acipialuted with my Jollllg in phew." met him Ihe other evening," i "I Just snld Mollle, and she smiled renilnls-- . rintly. "They live In that hlg white hi'ti-- o on the hill." Still John llelherlngton lingered. "I could come ilowii s,une evening while, I am here uml tell jnu some great stories iJinut the war It toil would like tn hear llieni," he said finally. .Mollle chis'd her hands. "Oh. I wish jott would! I don't know- - nnjone over there, and I have who lyis heen wanted mi much tn hear It directly from snuie one whn was In the hlg hallles." Afler this, John, finding no new excuse to linger, picked up his sullcase and departed. Ihe weeks Hew rapidly hy. As John llelherlngton explained to Ills relalltes. Ihe ieaie and heuuty of the New Hug-I- i. li, I hills were far helter for his' health than Ihe rush ami hustle of Ihe busy West, It apparently took him a giMHl many eteiilngs to tell all hi" ilteuliire" "oter there" to Mollle. It also quite often occupied his Sumhitt One evening lale In August the two sat rather Mlenlly III the porch of .Mollle'" little cottage. Itut It was a slleine that contained all1 speech. The monn had risen III all lir glor.t ter the distant purple hills, A" John looked up Ihe road he saw whl"-IP- ng hi" vouug nephew approai-hlngas usual. When he reached the stopped and hung oter white gale he It tn gare lit the pair on the porch. "Well, llllle situit, where are tou, golugl" akci Jnliii as a general open-- 1 lug to the roiitersatlon. The boy lookid grately lit hi" uncle. "I'm going down In the stnre tn.get snme nulls for dad. He said he nskisl you In get them, hut Ihe place would before toil ever reached lie flo-e- d rhere, beciiuse ou wouldn't eter be able tn get past Mollle'" house," There tva" n moment of finhurrasM'd silence, mid then John, In lellete Ihe tension, asked : "And what did tun say lo lhat, Pickle?" "Oh," answered the lad, slowly look Ing from one In the olher, "I Inld II III Hint I guessed tt was all right, Valine, Unllle usked me to get her a sweetheart, mid 1 thought loii'd do." Having ilelltered himself nf this piece of eloquence-- . Illi hard Wlnllirop llelherlngton. Jr., resumed hl Journey The monn tery kindly storewaid. went behind n cloud at till" Juiielure and John liirned Mollle'i scarlet ftce toward him. "Will 1 do. Ilttlei sweetheart?" he I asked In a Jow tolce. And Molllo looked In the e)et she had learnitl lo love su ilcurly, as she hid her H low "jei," liliisldnc facn on John's broad tCopynihl, AUCTION Saturday, Sept 27th 10:30 A. M. As ap;ent of Ashby Arnold we will sell publicly on long time pjiyments that good boundary of improved land, 200 acres, known as the T. M. ARNOLD Farm, 2 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky., 4 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 tobacco barn, 1 tenant house, plenty of everlasting water and under good fences, will be sold in tracts to suit the purchasers: 1-1-- TRACT No. 135 acres. 1 includes all the Improvements and about TRACT No. 2 about 35 acres. TRACT No. 3 about 30 Fscres. Lan- 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 kno.w it you should it over. 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 PIKE FARM OF 60 ACRES. Immediately after the above sale will sell that choice little 60 acre farm KNOWN AS THE SUSAN LEAR farm with long pike frontage, has one main dwelling and two small houses, one dandy newly buia 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. D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE. LANCASTER, KY. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. lll, HcClura Nawsrap.r Sya,- - I t Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 25 1919. THAT ENDS WELL By EDNA FOftCOT. llSTSMlEf you see this famous think a minute! of the delicious taste of Think a slice of fresh toasted bread! WHEN That's the real idea back of the success of Lucky Strike cigarettes. Toasting improves tobacco just as well as bread. And that's a lot. Try a Lucky Strike cigarette It's toasted n.m. mnl - hu fhtJri GUNN'S CHAPEL. week end quests nf Mr. and Mrs. 1. F. llrown. Mrs. Nora Tenter anil Miss Kthel I'a spent last week with Mrs. L. nt Crab Onhard. of the The Literary Societies Buckeye High School will give nn open program Friday evening, Sept. 2fith at S.OU 1'. M. Kverbody invited. .Mr. and .Mrs. Luther Kaney, Miss Klvaree Carter of Lancaster and M.ss Virgie Watts of Nicholasville were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Hiram Kay and family Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde llrunifield of Hanle.w Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Sherrovv and Mr. Harris, of Nicholasville, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ilruncr of Ilry- anttville were gucstr of .Mr. and Mrs. s- - V Morford recently, 1,1 Mr. Uurdctte Dailey of Kirksville a here Sunday. Mrs. Sidney Smith was u guest of ilrs. II. M. Kurtz on Monday. Mr. Frank Land went to Lexing-tt- n Monday for Medical treatment. Miss Iva Hollon spent the week- ml with Mrs. Otto Simpson of Davis of Mr. and Mrs. Clayne Nicholasville were here with relatives last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson were guests of Mr. ai)d Mrs. Kd Mob-.'rle- y of Hound Hill. Mrs. Frank Land, Mist Inez Land ' nd Master Elgin Grow spent Thursday with Mr.. John Land. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp, at- Messrs W. T. Moberley. .1. W Dailey, Dewey Dailey, i.nd John were in Richmond on business WHEN YOU SUFFER5 FROM RHEUMATISM Almost any man will tell you that Sloan's Liniment means relief Mollle had been l.l J I li c a cuiii n Inlerestlnc and secret same, ami hud net er been n happy In all her life. The came win "Hide am! Seek." of an entirely new, nml rniiiuiitle nn turn, and Mnllle relumed fi'oia lier l"l -- t exploit In hllill, but illliillliil ilills. Lleannr, the inurrb,i! sNter, tt'i.im bi llled, must tint sllspert the dr. Ilshtful piisiime of her summer nfti r niseis. i:ieiinor, strictly iiniteiillnmil niiiipl lie bnrrnr stricken. Hie hi ret CHIne bad bcKllll by elilllli'e. Itlid .1. Miillle's side was the ailtiint.-ri- . When she I i.l nrlcii early one In It In ir lunrtiliie sllpplnj sllcnllj il.ntii !nt i lneil rooms to a deny canleu beneath, she b.nl liitendtd to take but a brief dip In tbenea. nml when Mnllle. illirtlnc berelf iiniiinu' Ihe wstes. Iiinkiil il.ntn the Isobiliil IhihIi. kie f.iurleil herself iiioiinri h -- or perhaps li lurch "ess." of nil she surveyed, As she snt iimn n sieat slime In the iiirlv siuislilne. she ttt Inmeter that atiiitber as ainbltloiis as she. was swlmmlni: nhmit In the blue. Mnllle In ipirtinl nsiiln Into the water, coins further mil limn he had heretiifnre tetituivil. slid belns nnmhly brouclit In her senses by the swimmer llllllef. x .mi "It Is linnet-mi-s tn ! nut Imti- - alniie." be ali. " nin reliirnliis In the hotel. VoilM better tsillie, hack." .Mnllle villi,,. uly tteakeniil, reiHet ed his help. When the twn rein Inil the vlinre. she reslln; In the warm ainl, thanked Mm. beglnnlm: In brr pretty tiny, n ni of '11111111111 Cn!tter:ttliill. The mnn at bust ttns hehl by It. i mile nn timtiiiii to enrry out his Inlenllnli of retlirilllis tn the hotel inl this was Mnllle's niltsntnze from the beulmiln;. She re..-nll-i at nin e l i hnr rescuer, a certain noleil enrite finm the rlty. whnse nrrltal at the t hail been herahleil a few il.i) he fi'ie IihIiiiI, as an attend nt bl city church. lint the curate himself mus left mi 'tiliiihleticil as to Mi, llli's knnnbile of bis bleiitlt.i. and li;iinmnt of her own. It was ss they were pleasant lr ihattllli; that she wsteil her lnint In quick farewell, ami llterslly M'ry 1ip fr fr Always Welcome I 1 hnt Kfiml'-'- a waitinji Oh rtl, it all IUmu-- Mil I II QuiCK-atui- r BUCKEYE Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Hendren in Nicholasville last wecK. were Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Layton were lih at tmWWtJ B.ha. HrasU. I.a ! an B1HIUWI. r,i Mhtili . rist- ill MiwWl an,.- - N Ia fcluu aatf la Ba kd.ll II 4 tit Ut It AT DWCGISTS, IT HAKES RfcMEDY mail BOL'RBOV lAIN SAIL CO.. Lailapw. Kr y'F4 HASELDEN BROS. Farm Bargains 4 at the end of the fortnight and she feared she wimlil lute no opportunlts of elitertlllullic llllll St the enttace Mnllle, 111 her secret plunnlnc lie. elded to romplelel.t dlsilppesr frnllt Mr. Sutherland's life befnre the end of For practically ecry man hat inert Ms fnrtulcht. leatliig to him ever af it who has su'Tern) from rheumatic ter but h rnmantli', and, she hnpiil, n aches, sorrnrts of muclft. stitTne.t nf pleuslm; meiiinry. joints the retails of weather exposure. So. s ttas seHtfil ilemllrely rend Women, loo. liv the hundreds of ihomandt, use it for rctirting neuritis, Ins In the rector's fatorlt hieilt ss he came ilnwn Into the slen. Her dress lame backs, neuralgia, sick headache. Clcan. refreshing, toothing, rronomi ttns hln. cotton, her white enllnr and Say "Shun cal. quickly effettitr eurTs nent nml plain. I.inimcnl" to your druggist, del it Iler whle eyes eipressr, surprise J.ec. 70c $1,411 todat nt the rector's sppesrsnce. Ills keen eyes et.pressei pleasure. When Mnllle ttniihl hate Niltelr ileinrteil, he heci;e, her tn remain. The sun proi htlmeil the imon lunch nn liniir, when she ftiiMtly took from Mr Sutherland. Ihe. toliime nf jmmiis which he had been rending aliitid. 'IIiioiI bye," Iniisheil Mnllle. nml tvas xtrcM In Bano. lasulno an The editor of Hie I '.mm Dally News lustniilly Inst In lew Miming the trees. Thniich Ihe rector arose In ipies (Africa) does twi hate lo trouble oter Whlih such mutter a. clrrula Pm or the high of her, Mnllle was enne. briiiichliiK pnth he had chn.eu he lie gets a pleiss nut of paper When of news, tie smooths o(T sotne slabs of did imt kiinn. Hut he went buck to whim!. writes up Ihe Mtorjf In his best' his seat heneutb the oak to sit iicain Then at Inst, editorial style, iint! tlien elves the slabs and dream of her. to his iiillce lo), who runs off with1 l'leiinnr linniL'lit Jlnllle's fusiinatlnc tliem iiml bonus Ibem lu couspleuoua ealtle to all lineXieclei end. places so that tie who runs may read. "Mr Sutherland, the rector Is enm Ins lo dinner at Mte tonight. -- he alil. "I caiuiiit be ba li frmii our motor trip He hern In weleome blm Hill II six. Mnllle. mid, tin make a pleaslnlite presslnn, ihar Mr. Siitherl.iiid's npln Ion H worth while." Mnllle sli;heil. Sn she Was to llllte no inemnry rnmain'e after all, ami to 'he matt she would be hut a loimimn-placgirl. In a comnionplai-e- . mndcrn Imine. Mr. Siitherlnml. Kleannr liiiioetilt ri i.retted, was retunilne tn the city I BAKING POWDER writ II f.lllllIU IIH otth ai(.nif (or. Aiwa Alwa"t iidht, Ii Nrvrr thubi iti wtk Strt (ult. Seirr fjl (lfH llH ant watirs minulr f rrulrrial ami kmaw it'a lNH LC a Lalumrt c Kitamt on'r nKh incfrdinla II H h" ltn apimnrtt omciallr If the V tuo4 II IIIIIJH IIB ML j'!!tfH U) )on urr ttkrn tmi lvn wi nW nf tt, HIGHEST T.'Z ( I imir A. I CALUMET yvm i ll INI IB MH I w m ttctrMT-r- t' IIIHMH Lift's Little Pcevct. Life Is Just nne thing after another, but rhletly It Is getting up to do some, I thing ynu hate furgiitleii after belmt roiiiforlubly settbil lu your chair for work or rending. I valuable Diamonds. IHamnnN are fimiiil with a wld.s tnrlety of mlorlng hut thus.- - that are virtually colorless hut which ar o spoken of as belnfc are most valuable. , Mt Raally a Cut Prict. Charles hail Jut lieeii varcltiateil, ami na a reward fur his brntery the doctor gate him a ipinrter. '"Thank you for the iiuarter.' said Charles, winking batk Ids tenrs, "hut It Wat worth a dollar." Ccntlp.de a Fly Kllltr. .ie I'l'iiilpede Is fnund prttty inuili In li Japanti Marriage Agtnclea. .Mitrrlage agencies lu .l.iimu nre iiosr limited to i"i wsns fee mi each match made, tine e.ii fnr nn l.llriHluctliiii lite for it hunt for it life partner ami the rest fnr actually blliillllg two lis. getber are the legal prltes. Honor la John Wraiey's. tee 'I "J, nn, nrt 'i f'liarles Wesley, an. I net to Uesley. h reill f.in.ler of I. in. Ami It tins applleil ns a " I ridicule, sir as nu epithet. ' c- - Wesiey wns a stmh-n- t at Kg. ti 1, re. as he sats, he hegiti "to M' 'he liietlniil of stinly presirlheil b unlterslt) " He must hai li a sthkler for laelhiKl," for ho s nlttnys iis'iig the word. "ThUi ' d me the nickname of Methodist," s says lu one of his letters. ' s ii." r Ihe world. The species conn the I'nlleil Stsr.n tlcutl-- i fnristps, was resfcil over as )t' sgiihouse kl'dllg devoting lies', h,,t" ths olisert.i r i ' letecl.sl on. In tint cnpturlng a bui'eilty m'irti 'I!i than Itself. Insect is anucealeil miring tho itjr or window frames, or sutttclentty large tn i.y Its numerous appeinlses. FARM NO. t. Situated on the Kichmoml and Lancaster turnpike, and contains lili Is u gently rollinir farm, very fertile soil. acres. Ihis ihindv 10 room dwelling, stuck barn, two houses, mid every kind of you could wish for. Well watered, has about fill tenant acres of old blue grass sod V. at will produce anything, and this lan be subdivided into FARM NO. 2. and v'll sell you I.'I7 acres with all iiiiprotcmeiits excepting one tenant home, und also FARM NO. 3 Continuing 110 acres excilint land mid very ucicssable to the pike with small dwelling nu same. FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 100 yards from Richmond and Lancaster turnpike ami contains 78 acres, well improved with good ! room dwelling, ouo tenant house, two good barns and a farm known a.' out Carrard County u being u good one and this w ill be priced subdivided into smaller tracts. NO, 5. FARM Siit! ted on dood 4i t, near schools and churches with good 8 room ilwell-Jiii- r. '.srgu bam tt xt will about 10 acres of tobacco. Well watered and good fencing, ar. n be U.ur.i ' at a lurgtwii pi-.of $150.00 per acre, contains 104 acres. FARM NO. G Nitrated on good pike In l'alnt Lick High School district, contains new li bungalow tind n room l'i40 tobacco barn, good tenant houso and stock barn with sheds 'I'l s on w!l no' lie for sale many days ni $'JU'5.00 per nt re. contains enly 70 iicres. FARM NO. 7 Situated only about mile from u'ood pike in l'alnt Lick Hidi School district, uood 0 room dwelling, Kood stock and tobacco barn, now nccoiumodates about II acres of tobacco, is will vatered and will show ou the bet farm crops in the vicinity. This fann rmht ut Sl.lu.uo per acre and only contains 1 tit acre FARM NO. a Situated on good pike has over $l.i,000.00 of Improvements equipped jU't like ycu Wbiil it for bi farniinit enterprize. Is now makini; more money for the investment Hum :lny fat .ii In the country Located only I! 4 miles from town. Will show you the best crop of tobacco in the vicinity anywhere, Over DO I) acres of this one in Krass and IKO to lillU ucies ready to cultiwite this next jear. A barxain without n doubt has nearly n mile pike front. Can Ik bought at JIU.VOO per acre, worth S'JOO per ncie. , Let me sell you u "arm or sell your farm for you. tlr S: I'reila was niliiilllliii Ihe tall nf the rectnr us she reached the fnnt of the stairs. It was Impnsslhle fur Mnllle to retreat. Ill llesterathil she slipped Into a ball tinsel hem-all- i the stair", .Mnllle knew after II suffocatlm." lapse Iti .liei)o-e- t lluit be bud niaile himself coiiifnrtabh for a long wait, llnp.. fully Mnllle fumhlril aloti: the wall, liinllm: there etldeutly a iiiablV in teliiplnj npri'ii. I'raulle illy be kIiiu isl her hair Into the starched cup's crown, her feet, saiiihils ami nil, went Into the shoes, then Mnllle npelieil the chi-- Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 diHir. per Barrel. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. The rector stared and Mnllle stnrnl at a reflection of herself lu Ihn minor, rrednV borrnweil apron was fur fi'iun clean. Mollle's Inilr was einilin! from I'risla's cap. Sp hlissly, win. II. up the stair. who kimckisl presentIt was ly al Mollle's ilnnr. "That man." she said. illsgiMirlly. ays be must speak to 'oilier iiiild,' He don't hellete me that I'm the only Vou go tell Mm." until With Ihe laughter light of 'hide in id sink fcllll III her eyes, Mnllle ealne, teiy ineiUly dresseil itnttn Ihe stair. Hleniior retuiniiig later, was astonished o hear her rector happily proclaiming; "I'm pdllg t" see tb.it oll slay foiiiid. now lh.it I have you at last, Mollle dear." H'ovlMlSl. lilt. W.il.rs N..svr Usl.s) THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noafi Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVIUE, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, HARROWS. BROWN WAGON, MOWERS, PITLESS SCALES, CULTIPACKERS, CUTTER the ileal wnc Mr. Lee Payne, former-lof this jounty nml has now mailr it small fortune In Mississippi lands. The following; young people have taken their depniluro for illfferent Colleges, nml tnlcn up their studies. While they will be irreatly mUsed from Lnnrnster, we wiili tlicm all aurcrs. anil hnpplncs In their school Hrenau Col ' lege, (lulnesvillc, (Icorgia. i!bs Minnie Mae I'.oblnson Vir-- 1 iKinin College, Koanakc, Virginia. Misrrj I'eiirl Dirkerron nml Mtilly" Ky., A Thursday Sept 25, 1919 Pleacures Ccmlng Ftt. Merle wan foml of liatoimir. When hl fallor Ii... till. i Ii,.,. ,' im"II,.t' r,.r I. room to mi r, m-P1I nrrlveil Ihe ti'e'. t. 'or il w I'll III II hull.. Ill 111 he lift ihe iloor. "flee," lie crliil itelirhifiliy "n new hrolh r nnil n tianana. Im.Mi tti. Mime ilny I" MANURE SPREADER, SILAGE PHICES SURPRISING Mm Mnrilee l.ear J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. Sander-- - t, Nnhville, Gossip About e People A Brit I - Mntln of tht Comlni and S f Mrs Hubert Campbell nf Danville, as in I " truster Tueday. went to Lexing 'Mr. Hubert ton Tumidity for a few days Mnttle Mae l.uti was llirhmoml arl Ilena. Tne' Mia in on buslne. Mr. Uither GHiue and .Mm Klisn-1M('ibb are spending several ilaya In Louisville. Mas llano Wnat of Hen l.e,in;toi. x Hughe tm the KUest of Mr. Stanford tttrel. .Mr.Mtxl Mr. 01) Sprtnara. SuUimi have re- turned frotn two weoka atay at Cras Oichrt Tennessee. Misses Mnry Owsley nnil Wilmn College, Mr. Charles Dnni, of Chicago, iij Henry, Trnnsylvnnla ' n.uther, Urn. W, A. Price, ington, Ky. Mimes Mary Dnvi, Christine San- Mr. I), t, till y , Mtcs Mitlic nnil tier', Carrie Ilelle I'omanr, ilerniee Mary l.. e Dunn rWumi in I.ex-- , ch nm ,tulI) ,.arr;eriInnimoll inglon. humlny. ColleK. l.exinston, Ky. Mlw Katie llarnra Dlckermn, Mr- - P M. TinJer, of North Mill-- 1 .laughter, Hollin Colleee, Ilollim., Virjrinin. lletown, i vlitlnc her Mi Johnetlu Knrra. Nazareth Mr. Hen lohmot. ' Arii'lemy, Nnzareth, Ky. line lllh Mr nml Mrs. Ilirbert II. Price, of' Mife !!nritaret Cook, Cecil Hat ll.invi'le. were vin'tors of Mrs. I). M. j)liry jiac nml Kliri.ln.lli Will- ' Lackey. We.lnelay. !,e- r- K. C. W D.invillc, Ky. MiJ I'lorcnce John.on. Stnt Mr. Joe II. VBunt ii vi.itinc .el-- ! atWen ami fri.n.1. in I..iKrunce. "nivemity. Lexington, Ky Merr nl I ook iml Will .c, ami other die,. It , Amol Sehool of leehno Mra. Harry Tomlimnn haa return- - ton, MaHiuhutettr. Mr Howman (Iniiit, State Co'n (.' nl f oni a eit to M parentu Mr I.exinirton, Ky. (ml Mr WWi. m CumpU'lUville Univi-r.Mr. Owen llendren Mr. and Joe Walker hale re III inn. C'lnmpcgn. Illino" Mr. turiHil frm a two week visit to Mr Hubert H. Xotanil. Tn,n Ml.l Mra. Willi. Walker, in Mix. imui Colletfe, I.exingtol.. Kv Mertra William Kinaainl. Hudson Mr. ami Mra. Crumrin Ruraell C'cutri have returned after a month viait Kriabic tJeorare Swinehroad to lelatKe in lllinoh ami Indiana. College. Danville, Ky. I Mr. Carl Arton Medici.l C Mr. .Ilfoti Jnif'li tHre ,ils .Nan- ' Louiatille, Ky. cy llunn). of uivillr, w spending Mr. Itobinson Cook-Colle- Agricultural a 4aya vrlth Hit l.illie Mae Arse lawn. Combine Three Signali. New Zealand Lurr.her tiimly designed lllple-tnti-o A I the present eleilrle r.lle of Increase III hell lrld n rlrnr rlns from one pu)i Hie riillMllilpllull of lllltllo lumber III hiillon. n li:i"! from the numl, nnil New Zealand II l etltiinii lluit the n innihlmil t Mr? ntd hvr rrom the supply of stlllldlllg Hinder Will lust Hot thlnl. Tlie mhv l.o pinriil on tiiore Hum jeais. do-i- r three different f i tioiie, or III olllie or shop tinin.iy lie net Frulti of Romaree. meil for enl'lns three illrTerent A n liken nlmek ilnrlns a Siimlay M'IiimiI Iippii fenii. lie hailinalrl-ironeoinnientlnz on the of I Am Not Peer. nnil Jnt to ne whether or not I tun Prny hoM me mil In inrn, Hie ln n really pnlntf intention., Poor nilher l Hie nuin who nnl MMir. one tlrl what lie , ,.tiI.iti to' ilelre many thing. Where luill I Ii Iho liet frnll of rieoiiiiee. The lake toy plaie? Where In n little lime r ' o .oilereil n moniini nml Ihen .in-- ' from lii'tuefiirlli joii iall Vnow. In ': "I -- loii'il ".iy the wnlillns nti niier for .voiirwlf! I'rom ' ii- - inil the pair." Iti'ioeforlli In ii Utile time. l.i...iianlo In-- IMnnnl tin Vim I (trnnliilif About the Toumalinrt. Tourmaline were to n gem a In the elahteenlh eonltiry, To Save Charred Documents. - hoin ihnrreil Hi.iii,. tloennieiiK Hint linniiiiiiii tioiureo. pinjing j.,i.t-hy lire are remlenil remlahle If oitiii iiMori-i- i moiii' on ii ivariii U HiitreiI oier Hie iharrti! pa- -- uiiiiinr ilny. iioIIi .mI Unit the) nllniol- per. In a few minute HiU ilrie anil oil tun) In'lil tran nml nhi . For n lough, I run-ini- .i m.iilns I pro- - mine time after lhl Ihe ftoni. were luri-i- l through itfilih the priming eau enlleil "ah ilnnior." nml later It win Hint Ihev linve eleetrlc ' lie Koi'ii. Hank note nml other paper Hum eharri il hale Irealeil in ihl poilor. grelti-- ' Ii trt o of Although the flrt which eontalne.1 new Tlrt Advertlsfirnt. perloill-- nl Iti I'nalnnil piper In May, K5TJ. Hie nilierlleiinnl ptil.lMnil ioe not eein to hale hern ntiM! nearly Inen I y. live The mlier- eiir nfii nuinl H'elneilt rel.ltl 'l to lh. -- lit" nf u li.mk "iipplailil 'il I' IheCliTg) of Kiislmil.' About the Carat. The "carat." the unit of weight pe. Jewelry. wa Intro-hiec- ! ullnrlo from ough Irilln. Man Hi,' In rerun! weight of niall ohjrrl liy ulng liny ei.il. The hurley grain wn uii In I. rope. In Ihe liit the seeil of u ii ill were In ur, nml It I from Hie woril for lelili (kernllon) that now familiar term "curat" I llrt newpa-re- r Mine. lni It"! llll'l I'lHf I I i" ,;. ;. I "MH3! l..vill The Farm You Bo ACol Waat mm i'r. 1 :v Mrs. K U Cewk and Mr Mm. Ctrii taw aTtteat of Owy, Val ( Mrt. V. H. ml last Tumly lay. of Riehowmd, ia XartH ttartaii, cn Dr. her neir. Mr. Avenue v,a in W I! i. f tt. Kinoa.rd atlen.l-a- the Kentucky Mcdival in Aahlaml thw week. Mr. awl Mra W A. Sprit h have returned from St. Jnaeph, MichttMa, where they seiit the summer. 11. 1". Hughea. Messra Snulley Markahury and - I. Dividon hav been recent vititora in Cincinnati. Mra. Hid liohinaon and Miss Helen Rnhipten have returned "from a vilt to Mr. Marie Kichardson in Hurnam, of Mr. and Mr. Paul Hitamond, have been recent visitors uho eontinu- of Vra. D. M. very ill. Mr. and Mra. Homer Chestnut and Permclin liohinaon spent Monday nij;lit with Miaa lldie at Manse. lli Mra. J. Hoe Young, who hni been Mr. Wade Walker, on of Mr. and 'ix'ndini; tome time in Panama with hir d.trchtcrs, i visitini; here lister, Mrs. Arch Walker arrived home yesterday after spending nearly two tin. Florence Crant. years in the United States army, and Mr. Dan Collier Klkin returned o most uf this time on the Mexitan Atlanta latt Monday eveniiiK ifter border. He looks well and his friend spenling; a month villi hi pnrcn s are glad to greet kiia. Mr. and Mrs. Itohert Klkin. Mr. (i. D. Croustorn, of this eoun-t)- , Yriemia uf Mr. S. T. Unveil will the has been discharged from Tcjrrel to learn that he is critically Navy after two and n half years at11c was ill and wna taken to the Haxelviood of eontiuous service. Sanatorium for treatment last tached to the Tmnsport I.vviathnn, .Mrs. Charlea P. Weaver, of Loira. ville, and Mis Ora Adims, auprrin. tetidcnt of school of Mercer roum t were ituesta last week of Mis and made the largest ship afloat seventeen trips tu Krame and three to Kngland. The Majur-Glaiof U .m i.I.Kiilele the hour ' 'n inrloM f r- - I n pn .. in .. ntii-ll- j. An rtuthnrlt) point- - out A . ,. -f.,r uch p'irH.ii n- - fr, m Ing I - n twist Mr ami Mra. Chenley Sims and ho'ili-nlHai d temix ring I . r II in nufnrture where nn.'i or MO. W. M. tar. , of KKhmond are muM he gnucid aruir.itcly viMtuie their awn. Mr Kuftm Soma. U n.innl,i.'otliliig ervi' like the hoor-gta-- s with Mar DerM. He- right amount of viml Mita PiriHelu. Hoi mimn lut nr-I i Cood Taste. u ption a MMitiun aa book-ktpe- r fliMid lnte I Ihe e,iielenie of Ihe far Mr. C. S. Stuidtra, and aasumed . I iiiiiiii. i.ii'iii o, ionium I. f iioiiiiri her uHtic Mond.-.yof thought and I worth dwelling upon, Mra. I.. I. Mr. and Mr. !nl InMe n trait we nil ngree In I W. K. Cook, Mr. an I Mr. Kred Kris-la- " vii ii nr. iliKiicti It ineiinlng a n rule rutin r vaguel) felt; we urge lt cul-- 1 the funeral nf Mr. attended Illation and adnilru It exercle hut (Jmhari Priei' In Ikanvllle junJav. the ipmlllv Itself I generally less analyxeil than delred. Hartley Alex, Mr W. S. Smather leair this under. Dclcu-I.ig.week to attend the Salesmen and Ii,l(rs ('onvention, She Wanted Progreaa. which conveniis in Louisville 'today "No. sali. Ah doan't nelMr ride on and item tlilnc." said an old colored lady liaiklng In on Ihe Uev. ami Mrt Henry I'aulconer, "Why. de other day I seen dat K.i-t- i: nml two beautiful children, who have Johnson git on an ride u inurli a a I Kaulconer'i been guests of Mrs. ilollah' worth an' git oft at the lery mother, Mrs. Ko- - Mnkcn, have re- same plare he got on at, an" I ez to Hilhboro, O, him: "KaMii. 1 wis. '.Mi" sH'iit )o' turned to their home m Mi Mason aceompame : them home money, hut whar yo' heenl'" Uoston Transcript. for u visit. Vr. O. I". Terri'l of Va haa joined hit wife Kiehlnuil, 'ere for a Mra. Jack il ' 1DCTI0N 1 at 2 0ley, Wednesday, Oct o'clock. Pumpernickel. Pumpf rnlckel I Ihe rje bread il'ed hy Ihe WcMphallnn peiiuints, which In some oilier part of (lennany I n a great drllrae). The loaves are sometime CO pound In weight. The nnme Is said to have originated In He n)ln2 of n Prenrli tainlry soldier. who reerli1 Ihe bread with fcn.ilng It was only "Hon pour Nicholas" that I, tit or good for Nlelmla. hti horse. Lexington Pike, 3 Miles from Lancaster Haselden Bros Farm on Lexington pike containing eighty acres of Garrard's finest land will be sold to the highest bidder on above date. i IJUVANl'SVILLE j J.'tialo Itlguia. Mr. V. A. I.ear who haa ne.'.i at Dry Unlgo, Ky., is expected Inline in a few da) a und :' friend will he (lad to lanrn that nils o,u.te himself ntr-iMra. John Andeion returned to her home in 'Washington, I). C, last Tuesday, after spending; the summer with Iier motlijr, Mra Arlhusn Currey und other rclativci. her-- '. Little Misa Helen William wn ill last week. Mr. Trnylor Weat, returned from Miss Hettie Scott ancnt the week nvern'aa last week and Is bring end In Nicholasvillc with her parents, by his many wurinly welcomed Mrs. Leslie Pruncr was the guest county. of her sister, Mrs. Cunningham, Frithe friends throughout Tr.i)lor made an enviable record day. during; the two years of tcvico and Mra. W, K. Davis and Miss I'nnnie seems nonu tho worse by his experience. Dowden were Lexington visitors Mr. ami Mrs. J. I. Hamilton have Mrs. Maggje Parr, of Indianapolis returned from MiasUrippi and other is visiting her eister, Mrs. I annle outl ern states. Whiln in Louisiana Hrynnt. Mr lliimiUoii purrhrred a I'iuu Mra. Hnrtsook of lndionapolia is plantation frr wnicU he paid About the Mrs. Kticat of her in a.-- rj crand-motlic- cash Jan. 1st, balance one and two TERMS one-thir- d years, 10 per cent day of sale. This farm has a splendid 6 room house, two large tobacco barns and all necessary out buildings. One of the best watered farms in Garrard County having three never failing springs, 2 cisterns, and 3 large pools. " RESIDENCE: Located right, juSt far enough from! Lexington pike not to get the dust. You can sit on your front porch and look at the Court House clock. School right at your door, yet close enough to Lancaster to send your older children to Lancaster High School, one of the best in the State. Qo look this farm over and I believe you will agree with us that this is one of the best farms in Central Kentucky, and a money maker and an ideal home. flKi.OOC. Associated with him I Why Pay More? . .. . ! YOUNG I!) $1.40. 24 lb sack flour 10 cents. , 3 lb. can Krnut Cheaper tlnm row cabbage. 15 cents. 2 lb. con Pork and Deans $3.00 go Ion. Gooil House Pnint $2-5gallon. Pure Linseed Oil 0 i (!) iti (!) I Steak Roast . TENDER BEEF DAY ONLY. 25 , - SATUR- cents pound. 20 cents pound. I (!) L Sander's Variety ffore. I WE SELL FOR LESS. Mary Ilerkley. Mra . Hegun Hnllard und Misses Amy and Zilla Dawca spent Saturday in Nirholnsvltle. Miss Stella Mac Crow was tho attractive uueat of Misa Minnie Mae liohinaon in l.mrustcr, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Davis, MUs Kdn.i and Itursell and William Davis and Charles Club of Nicholasvillc, spent Sunday with W. K. Davis and family. Mrs. Charles llcckcr entertained nt twelve o'clock dinner Wednesday. Those present were Uev. und Mra. C. S. Conant, Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Ko;e, and Mr. und Mra. J. llogan Uallard. Tho W. C, T. U. met nt tho home pf Mrs. Charles Dean Friday afternoon. Mrs. Dean and Mrs. II. A Dawes were chosen as delegates to attend the convention at LaOrange. was A delightful course of salads served. United Realty & Development COMPANY J. S. HASELDEN, Manager. The Centra! Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 25 1919. . HNtNUIMHMMMOHIHHtlHMNM 1 SAVE T H El DIFFERENCE tmm mm mmn wm mi n ti GOING HIGHER GET YOURS NOW. 2 4 Complete Only $125.00 :!-- Welch's Implement Department. Men RAIN OR SHINE. Anything needed for rain or shine found in our men's Department. WHY PAY MORE $1.-1Hest Patent Flour only .11 Dest Gran. Sugar, (all you want) Ground Barley (best hog feed) . ..$0.75 $.'57.50 Cane Mills, only Hay Bailing Wire $1.75 Galvanized Roofing . .. . S6.25 Ladies Heady -to- -wear Another Car of Wire Fence just in. Our price to you ONLY 55 cents. 4 ft. No. 9 Top SO cents. 4 ft. all No. 9 2(5 inch Hogs 12 in. stay 40 cents. 45 cents 26 inch Hogs, 6in. stay if HE FENCE Our buyers are just back from New York and the fall and winter offerings in Heady-to-Wehave begun to come in. In justice to yourself be sure and see our wonderful assortment before you buy. ar BOYS GOOD CLOTHES MARE GOOD BOYS. Hay Bailing Wire 9 1-- 2 x 15 only IJest .. $1.75 RYE. seed ONLY IJye Style means just as much to the boy as to the man. We know that and buy our boys Clothes accordingly Bring or send him to us and he will always be a Welch Customer. SUITS. AM. SI.KS. AU. I'KICKS. New York's Newest Creations. DRESSES. FOi: OI.I) AN' I) YOUNG. Silks, Serges and Trieolettes. TIMOTHY. Far cheaper than the Market. While it lasts $6.25 per bushel. now $2.00 Per Bushel. FURNITURE t !E"io.30Ll.-t-mji,- r - Furniture t i : : a NEWLY WEDS LET WELCH FEATHER YOUR NEST. Come let us show you the largest and By far the most attractive assortment of high class furniture in Central Ky. Our prices 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 found in our Furniture Department. !WE Leu's DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S BEREA, KENTUCKY. as GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. It V o Use the Phone and "Save the Difference Garrard County Court. Hegular ust, 191U. Term 25th ilay of Aug- Trident: Hon. Forest Stnpp, Judge. !. B. Swinebroad, ct al, on Petition. To vote on Stock Ijiw in Ministerial District No. 1. The Fiscal Court of Garrard Cuun-thaving heretofore decided by a majority of the member, composing said Court, that election to regulate Stock running at large, under Chapt. 122 Kentucky Statutes shall y be confined to Magisterial Districts: Now this day came G. II. Swine-broaJack Adams, Ceo. F. ilroun, t al, and tiled a written petition in this Court signed by more than twenty legal voters of Magisterial District No. 1, composing voting precincts Nos. 1, 2, and 3 of said County asking a submission of the qucs-- l tion whether cattle, or any species thereof, shall be permitted to run at large in Justice District No. 1 in ( arrard County Kentucky, computed precincts of three voting towit: ( uiirt House No. 1, Last Park No. 2 ; nd West 1'ark No. !!. It is now therefore ordered by the ( otirt that an election be held in said '..lgistcrial District No. 1. for the Brpose of ascertaining the will of Ivoter of such Magisterial Dis-i.'upon the question of whether or not they wish Cattle, or any spec-i- i' thereof, to run ut large in said "Jutriet, .ind the otricers of the elec. Hon In such District in said voting precinct Nos, 1, 2 and '! are direct-- 1 ed to open u Poll at the next regular election to be held in said District on Tu"iWiy Novi'inuei Ith, Hill, for the purpose of aMcrtaining the will of the voter of such District upon the question whether or not they wish Cattle, or liny species thereof, generally to run at large in said Dis. tnct. deposited Said Petitioner with the County Court at the time of filing of the petition lieielii the sum of twenty live dollars U23.O0) the amount fixed by the Court to defrav upon the expenses of the election till question. County Cleil; and Sheriff are The directed to advertise and give notice uf said eli (tion by publication thereof at least twenty day before the lection in at least four issues ot trie Central l!eeord,a newspaper published in I .iiiu lifter Gurrarcl Coun- - No. t compiling lly Cronlcy llnuddu. D. C Ii'l'i.l in lincastrr (mrrard ( ouu YueJny November lth,jtri .il ' and 7 of said K A Walker. ShcriT tl ( tv. Keiitu-k- v. for the purpose of ascertaining inr ptrcmcU No and hiving the large- hona-fld(he will of the voter of such Di-- 1 County asking a submission of the circulation in s.u.1 county Said Clerk will take nil neceiiulry tret upon the question whether or question whither cattle, Jr any specnot they wih Cattle, or any specie ie thereof, shall he permitted to Kcgular Term 2!ith day of August j step n quired by law to hold said ! election In iircordiinre with said pro. thereof, generally to run lit large n run at large in .lutitc District No. :t 101!'. ill Gurrnid County Kentucky, con-pose- d said Distrirt. 'Present: lion Forest Stnpp, Judge! vision of See' No H14H, til 17. 4(1 is, Said Petitioner deposited with of two voting precinct towit: J. It. Woo l ct nl. or Petq.on. I'll:', til.'li mid 41,61 of Currols tile County Court at the time of Ilu.kcy" No. H and Walker School To Vote on Stock 'jiw in Magister edition of the Kentucky Statutes A true copy: Attest filing of the petition herein the sum House No. 7. nil District No. I. of twenty five dollars (2.',.00l the J. II IIOCItNF.. Cl.rk (. t C by the ' The Fici It is therefore ordered C mrt t Carraru amount fixed by the Court to defray Court that an election be held in County having in retofore decided Ily Cronley llroaddu. D Notice I hereby given that un the expense of the election upon said Magisterial District No. It for by a majority f tiic innnhii. eon.. th. question. the purpose of ascertaining the will picing said I'ourt. tnat fltrtion to election will be held at the regular The County Clerk ami Sheriff are of the voters of such Magisterial regulate Stoek uniting at wrge. voting place at the regular Novein Incited to advertise ami give notice District upon the question of wheth- under Chap. 12! Kentucky Statutes b( r election, on Tucwiay November of said election by publication there er or not they wish Cattle, or any shall be condncd to Magis'eriHl Di- 4th, lit III , directed by. and per of at least twenty days before the specie thereof, to run at large in strict: Now this day came j. II sunlit to, and m accordance with the election in at least four isucs of said District, and the officer of the Wood. D. A. Ilervey, Wni. Iloston, foregoing order of the Carrard the Central llerord. a newspaper election in such District in said vot- A. II. Wynn, ct al, ami filed a written C'Hiiity Court. Ijincaster J. II, IIOI'IINK. Clerk (i ( C published Ciirrard ing precinct Nos. t! ami 7 are dir petition in thi Court signed by more in Ily Cronley llromldu, D (' the ected to open a County Kentucky, and having at the next reg- tcrial Dutrict No. I composing n bonn-lid- e A. K Unlkir. Shenif (. C largest circulation in said ular election to he held ill said Dis-tritwenty legal voter of Mngi- County. on Tuesday November 4th lit If lug precincts Nos. H nnd! of suid Said Clerk will take nil necessary ! liegular Term 2 day of July the County ifking a kulmiiion the purple of Jelly PUnt. of the Companitlrely Present: lion. I'oiet Stapp, Judge, step required by law to hold saidlv, ,,f the voter of such District question whether i utile or any spec-- , i.pli. few know, i election Hie .nicrlinn run-fr- y i in accordance with said pro. uoon the question whether or not ic thereof, shall be permitted to run N. J. (iosney, et al On Petition. Miiiriiiliie. fl'iil we are gelling Jell) from plum.. To vote on Stock Ijiw in Magister- vision of See's No. 4ti4li. 4ti47. KilH, they wish Cattle, or any specie :il large in Justice District No. t in I'l-e- lle pl.inl Idcll cnliimer- of Carrol 4(itU, Hi.'.O and HI .11 ial District No. 2. thereof, generally to run at large in (iiurard County Kentuik), cuniL.ied The Hnl value In the Philippine., Ilmuill The Fiscal Court of Carrard Coun- edition of the Kentucky Statute. tan' District. two voting precincts towit: Paint iiiid oiImt PjiIIIc f.l.in.l. if Tin- - plant A tiue copy: Attest ty having heretofore decided by a with l.ick No. K noil Union No. II. deposited l an iitiimnl mid ntliiln. Sail Petitioner' liclclit of .1. II. noi'P.NK, Clerk C. C. C. majority of the member, compos, It I now therefore ordered by the seven f,., l the County Court at the time of y ing said Court, that election to reg- Ity Cronlcy llroaddu. D. C. . ,,rt an election be held in said p'nni in eiiliiriitloii In wlii, , of the petition Herein the sum of Court that Notice is hereby given that un twenty five dollars iiilll1-.- l ror f.MBl - tin. ,,V wldi h ulate Stock running at large, under I for Mugiiteri.il District No. the $2.Y") the ''hapt. 122 Kentucky Statutes shall election will be held at the regular amount fixed by the Court to defray purpoie of ascertaining the will of I'll i xi i llellt quillllil for till' IlKlllll- 'fioliire of Icily mid allhil prodiut, be confined to Magisterial Districts: voting place lit the tegular Novem- - the expeiiM of the election upon the voters of such Magisterial Now this day mine N. J. Oosney, K. lM.r election, on T utday November this question, upon the question of whether Tpeitrlet W. Perkins, W. S. Howling directc d by. ami per-anet al,, Ith. I'.'I!' Tlie County Clerk and Sheriff are or not they w isli Cattle, or nnj spec- . A col lci loo Drought Hlah Prices. ,,r rare mid insily tiipc. filed a written petition in this ''"ant to, mid in accordance with the directed to advertise ar.il give notice ie thereof, lo run at large in said fries iimi furniture belonging' t Court signed by more than twenty ' foregoing order of the Carrari. of ald election by 'nublieation there- Dirtritt, and the oiricer of the eleci'lllle of Allgllslu Ivolinlse. .Iiilnc legal voters of .Magisterial Distric' '' "''ty Ceuil. of at least twenty day before the tion in uch District in said voting Sfllllllllll, nil. I other, un Ml, llt J- IIUUIiNE, Cleik (!. ('. C, election in at leas, four No, 2 composing voting i ! precinct' Art gallcrle In New Vork iues of piecnict No. H and ale direelci l!y Cronley llroaddu. D. C. tke CeIltra Nos. I and . of said County usknig !ccord,a newspaper pub-- to open a Poll at the next .regtilai recently, mid l.r.mglil a tolnl of K. V.'iilker, Sheriff (.'. C. 1171. Charles, of London, p:ild fffi.tssi, a submission of the question vvheti.er Uihvll in iMwilXt,r (;in.rd Ccun- - election to he hell ill said District I lie .... ..... lop prlee, fur u ..t..'u .1. ..I...II four ty, Kentucky, ami having the largest en Tuesday November Ith 1U10, for lii.e.trle.. Hull, be permitted to run at large in Jus- hoim-fld- e circulation in said county. the purpose of ascertaining the will .t'ctilli cciiiur) ; Hl,.'i in, id the sixfor in, Hun,,,, tice District No. 2 in (iurrard Coun- - Kegular Term 2.".th da of August Said Clerk will take nil necessary of the voters of such District upon IfetiiiUmn,,. tiiH'iry. "Iliirvellng," ly Kentucky, coniposing of two step required by law to hold said the question whether cr not they iiml Mi'in for an llnlliiu llemil.Miiici. Ing precinct towit: West llrvauts- - I'resent: lion. Fount Stapp, Judge, election in accordance with said pro- wish Cattle, or any specie theieof, 'inline; Inpotry No, I and Fast llryantsville No, A T. Sanders, et al, ville on Petition. vision of See' No. 1(1411, 1(117. Hi in, generally to run at large in said Dis5, To vote on Stock I.uw in Magister- - 4U4'J, 4i;.1l) and lll.l I of Carrol trict. Lovt't Labor Lost It is now therefore ordered by the .f.l A young uml No. Jl. Said Petitioner deposited with edition of the Kentuckv Statute. eiilliuliiie golfer at Court that an election bo held in aid dinner purly sturled t cnuinerate the County Cout ut the time of filThe Fiscal Court of (...rrard Ctnn-- , A true copy; Attest Magisterial District No. 2 for the Ity h:.ving heretofore decided by a J. II. IIOUKNF.. Clerk, (i. C. C. ing of the petition herein the sum of I" hl partner. the letL f iiiiileh .,. purpose of ascertaining the will of I majority of the member, composing , Ily Cronley llroaddu. I). C. Im.l twenty live dollar (2.r.0U) tin diiy. Hint vyine It wa not uutn .lessen wu the vuter of such Magisterial Dis uw lourt, tnat election to regu- Notice i hereby given that an Amount fixed by the Court o defi'i, roiight In hi. I he suddenly lielhought ' trict upon the question of whether lute Slick running at large, undei election will be held at the regular tliu expense uf the election upon hlluelf Hint . ,u, ,nMs or not they wish Cattle, or any Chapt 122 Kentucky Statutes shall voting place at the regular N'oveni this question, Hie lime; Indeed. I he , , l)K specie thereof, to run ut large in be confined to Magisterial District I cr eleition, Tho County Clerk and Sheiilf ure I'le hud not hi hi it slngl,. 11(,.r, on Tuesday November aid District, and the officer of the Now this day came A. T, Sander, 4th, 1010 as directed by, and nt directed to advertise ami give notice lug I he proitrc of ihe Uwu. "I urn election in such District in said vot- Tbllon .May Wesley Simpson, W. II. to, and in accordance with the of laid election by publirr.tion theie' afraid I have been horlug you Willi ing precincts No. 4 and 5 ure ISay et ai, ami filed a written petiuf ut least twenty da) before the fill talk." ho said In half upolngy. pjiuju;) oil jo jjUo :tujo:fjjo; to open n Poll ut the next tion in this Court signed by mure County Court. vlci-ti- i n in at least four issue of "Oh, no no) ut nil I" was Ihe polite . -- ulnr election to be held In said than twenty legal voter of Mugia- J, II. IIOUItNE. Cleik (!. C. C the Central liecord.u netvspn'uv puu. response. "Only, nhal I golfr' . Kentucky, and having the larg'ht circulation in said -- ounty Saul Clerk will take all ncceary steps required by law to hold viid election in accordance with said provision of Sec No. 414il, 41147, 4(118, :4U, lO.'.O and 411.VI of Carrol t ditton of the Kentucky Statutes. A true copy: Attest J. It. IIOUKNK. Clerk (I. C. C. By Cronlcy Uronddu. D. C. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held at the regular voting places it the regular November (lection, on Tuesday Novembci 1th, lilt'.' as directed by, and per jant to, and in accordance with the i foregoing order of the (larrurd County Court. .1 1!. IIOUKNE. Oct!; (i. C. C Ily Cronlcy Ilroaddus, I). C. A. K. Walker, Sheriff (', C, j 'i D. -- tnct o.i n Garrard County Court. Garrard County Court. ll'j fr pl,,v u. Garrard County Court. sf ,r. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.t Thursday Sept 25, 9 9 I i ll Public sale MINN If Live Slock mi Personalty i ui dill Having sold our farm, known as the Jack Spoonamorc place, one.S mile from Hubble on the Stanford pi':c, we will sell on these premises OF m Tuesday, Sept 30th. 19 Beginning Promptly at 1 :30 o'clock. The following live stock and other personalty; One pair of mare mules, six years old, One pair of marc mules, four years old, One odd mule five years old, One pair of horses, six years old, Two cows and calves, Four, 1200 pound feeders, Three yearling steers, Five yearling heifers, 1 13 Good Grade Evc6, Two farm wagons; One Cultipacker; One Wheat Drill; Two cutting Harrows; Three Turning plows; Two Cultivators, Double Shovel Plows, Hoes, Forks, Harness, etc. One Waller A. Wood Mowing Machine; One Walter A. Wood Hay Rake; Three big Straw Ricks; About 100 Barrels of corn at heap; 80 bushels of Orchard Grass Seed. The above personalties will absolutely be sold at your bid, as we give possession of this farm January 1st, 1920. TERMS liberal and announced day of sale. 662 Acres Madison Ceuntf Farming Leiul Thursday, Oct 2, Magnificent Farms of Mrs James Bennett and Warfield Bennett at White Hall P.O. turnpike, six miles from Richmond and 20 miles from Lexington at public auction. Located in the very best section of Madison county and being in the highest state for cultivation these lands offer a great opportunity to any one desiring a home and farm. Will raise tobacco, corn, hemp, and any other crops. Close to churches, schools and stores. On Richmond-Lexingto- n W. S. CARRIER s. B. SANDERS. 3t THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, AT 10 A. M. ON PREMISES. We will sell for Warfield Bennett his farm of 292 1- -2 ACRES Classified Column RATf.Si Sw.itle insertions lc a wnrJ No ail tnl.cn for less than 20c i it.; ....1. '" III llll uiu'- - Vn mU in thil FOK SAIK ticks. I 0IMI .S. S Tobacco Lumber Co S:: To The Public Notice is hereby Riven that the un-- il mmneil has thin il.iy viM his interest in the Central Cnrage to !. M. l'uttersoh. mill It. A. Crumlin. All thoo uuinK the sai.l Carafe ttill pay Mr Patterson or .Mr. Crumlm. This JJml ilay of September 1919. John A. Tnnkerslcy. 8 3 ft column chnrKnl. Seven insertions for the J price of five. V, l'liiine onlers must lie paw urntnntlv. Farm For Sale. ........ t!aitiSOt0X)0iWOIlJlX.XWlillJ lower KOIt ItKNT Unfurnished room, Mm. J. It. Mount. KOli SAiTk: KiRht horse power in 11 IHUianl K.tt engine ami No. Mrs. 0. A. Itobinson. c.,0,1 repair. t..iL tin. I iT!iiti furm. nl,t, from ,0,ot lit Hroukhnwn ilwellmtr nouses, Mississippi. two tenant houses, tine mule barn, In rise cattle barn, 110 ton silo, potato dry house, corn inh, ami one of the best fenceil farm in county. On account of ill health of owner barKnin, Culti-packe- n this farm will be sohl at Pities Scales, Silo Cutters, Tor further inforfully cquippeil; at n bargain. J. It. Mount & Co. mation mlilres, p.lH.It. 0, M. Morelanil. Hryantsville Ky. J. M. Metcalf, Survcycr, 25 years lHue prints furnished. experience. 1'hone All calls answered promptly. I'AINT LICK lHn, Stanford, Ky. I'ODDKU TO CUT ON SHARKS. l'lke Kichmoml lluford Ky was with the home Knrm, Prnzec 1'isher IlerriiiK. folks Saturday evening. KielJ. See or call ll:,t- Phono IIM. Mrs. Patrick left last week for be tfonc until spring. Please call and settle for your Paintsvitle to Mrs. I). V. White and children tax for 1919. I'rankic Kaufman. Treasurer. were visitors in Itichmond Thursday. is Oirice over Citizen National Hank. Mrs. llettie Urkey of l.cxas the cuest of her parents, Mr. and One U Itoll McCor-mic- k Mrs. Krancis. KOI! SAI.K: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wises of Clay Corn llusker and Shredder, 1 McCormick Corn Hinder, all RUnr-antc- City were recent quests of Mr. and to please. Cheap on cash or Mrs. Kd Williams. lO. H. Ituble, time as preferred. Itev. Codbey, wife and children lluenn Vista Ky. were truest of Mr, and Mrs. (1. M. n Treadway Sunday. Korty-seve- n S KOIt SAITK: of Kich-wn- s Thcso Mrs. S. I'. Deatheruce ewe and two ranis the t'Ucst of her neice Mrs. II. II. n'.eep are ettia ood in quality and 1's.lr-batiMontgomery Thursday. aire. Also n Snx llorso power and Mont- - Rasolino engine; Mrs. Kol.ert Walker returned Kri-da- y liomi Cutter, with all belts und slufts, from u weeks visit to Mrs. Joe practically sm Calloway of Eminence. W 11. iliirtun, l.uncns'.ir, Ky. tf Mrs. A. II. Wynn was called to Colorado Springs last week by tho serious illness of her brother, SIX ItOOM NKW HUNGALOW, Mrs. Saufley lluhi and on, LAND, ALL TI1KKK ACKKS OK Suulley were week end truest of her 0UTHUILD1NGS, NKCKSSAKY Mr, and Mrs. Kraucis. UAHN. parents, fiOOl) STOCK Mrs. - K. Lcdfonl and baby who Possess-io- n I.OCATKI) IN UU11ULK. have been visiting her mother at January 1st 1920. Monday. Mr. J. K. SANDEKS, Hubble, Ky. Smith, Ky., returned home Mis Mary E. Lear returned Wed- 25.2t.pd. lo 'e from Louisville where was the truest of Mrs. ('has Knight Mr. II. 11. Horn and family of Kinc'ton were visitors in Paint Lick Saturday ilrmni; n shiny new- - Chcv rolet car. Mr. J. S. Collins and .Mr. S. P Dcatlicriitre of Kichmonil were the quests of Mr. Wiiu.li Walker Thur-daevenm?. Itev. Klsey of Cynthiana who has just closed a very successful meeting home at Mt. Tabor, returned to-h- is Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shepherd of Detroit, and son James, returned limne after a visit to his brothers, Messrs Leslie and Ii.ari.ih Shepherd, and his on, David Shepherd. Mr. John II. Shepherd died in Cov intrtou Monday the Sth, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Julia Ilryant His remains were taken to his old home in Estill County for interment. Mr. Shepherd was the father of Messrs Leslie and Isariah Shepherd of this place and had reached the ripe old age of HO years. n known as "Homeland", with long frontage on Richmond-Lexingto- n pike. On this farm is a handsome brick residence, large tobacco barn, two cottages, stock scales and other outbuildings. One of the most desirable homes in the county. Well watered by ponds and never failing springs. This farm will be offered, first in three tracts of 60 acres to 150 acres, then as a whole. 1st. TRACT Includes brick dwelling, tobacco barn, cottages and stock scales. 2nd. TRACT Is unimproved. 3rd. TRACT Includes frame dwelling, stock barn and Immediately thereafter, at the same place we will sell for Mrs. James Bennett her farm of out-buildin- 369 1- -2 ACRES i Waterway Thousands have boon fully restored to health nntl strength as n re- To Health sult of taking sEYONlsr "The Wtterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifjing whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tiblesnoonful In Class of Water by physiPrescribed cians for constipation, indigestion rheumatic affections, hieli blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affecMoney back if tions. not satisfied. your phyll clan or it your drusBlit's. Book, let oa request. T Devonian Huwetllprlaf Co. (Incorporated) Owtnaooeo, Kt Iron) turnpike, and on the fronting on the Richmond-Lexingt- on new pike. This is part of the famous White Hall estate of the late Gen. C. M. Clay. frame dwelling, cisOn this farm is a good two-stor- y tern, barn and out buildings. It is well watered by ponds, a never failing well for stock and by Shallowford creek. This farm will be offered, first in three tracts and then a whole. as Tracts 1 and 2 each comprise 43 acres unimproved land pike. fronting on Richmond-Lexingto- n acres with improveTract 3 is the remaining' 283 ments. Look over these farms before the day of sale. Warfield Bennett or the men living on the farms will show them to you. These farms will positively sell. Liberal terms. For further information see, 1- -2 FOR SALE. On priierlptloa Mrs. James Bennett "Warfield Bennett COL. JESSE COBB, Auct. RICHMOND, KY. The (Jentral Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 25, 1919. GROWING DEMAND FOR COTTAGE CHEESE Q 9 Land Sale J.B. (Rome) Ruble's 3 Fine Farms adjoining; Three Sets of Improvements, at Buena Vista, Garrard County, Kentucky, Three miles of Lexington and Nicholas-viil- e pike at Making Cottage Cheese. - ETERNl tlrfared by tin. tnttfd Mutts . menl rf Atiri (I if-- ! tvpart. 41 o o U 9 AUCTION Tuesday, Oct 7th, 9 10:30 A. M. ON THE PREMISES. ON THE PIKE, CLOSE TO GRADED SCHOOL. Much enitiii:. i lift' win lalen ln.t )e:ir, Ini'utiv It ii.el iiirat. Tin1 nun-pals. ftirrleit to Incren.e It iim mi In every ktiih'. ThN eur. Ihthii-.- .. they lime leiinuil In like llil dairy priwliut, miiiIi until tu km.w ttinre nf 'he iiimiufiiiture iiml nf ml luce liee-- .. St:iie-nll- e wnrk for HiIk pur-;m- e U IihIiis nri l.il mi asaxn In n a, MlrhliMti. Kiin iiml t'luli In the.. tuti' tli" Iimne niatiufii.liire nf m. tltHe lheee and huller. when (Mill-Uou- . wurr.ittt, will In' I'lirniirnci'il hy ttnti iiml fuleml iIh r v miltuirltlet. iiml tfTnrt- tn tin Ketiernl ue nf rnttnee i liii"M' will Im made. In e Ynrk, New .Icriey. Ivlnw-nre- . liiin-iti.ettt'miiierMi iit, mid Hhmte l Miiml, wrk tn tenth hnii.ewUei tin tnlitenf kUIiiiiiii-imilk . Iiclne mrrlil nil In the iriHiirtK illiei. Tin' phn'e-- i where tin il iiii.nitmtiri nre rmliMvnrluz tn ere-tiin iIi'IiiuihI nre "ltnnte.1 where theri l timiiHy ii nitrplui nf V tn milk, l'.iirj- kiK'iliilMo will nl.i help tin milkmen In lliclr effnrli to iiinniifitr- tllff I utilise rllee nf extra llllfllltv. tin- Everlastingly Good By the jj Rust Proof Pair WASTE OF MUCK TIME AND MONEY WHEN POOR DRESS MATERIAL IS REMODELED i I (.rlior Hint Pr 1" 0? OF DREAMED LISTEN FOLKS: WE NEVER PARCELING OUT AT AUCTION THIS EXCELLENT 280 ACRE BOUNDARY OF LAND, LEVEL AND GENTLY ROLLING, NEARLY ALL IN GRASS AND TO SUIT ANY PURCHASER. IT'S ALREADY CUT AND EACH TRACT HAS A LONG PIKE FRONTAGE WITH EXCELLENT DWELLING AND BARNS PROPORTIONATE WITH EACH FARM. READ ON; IN STONE THROW OF IMPOSING CONSOLIDATED BRICK SCHOOL BUILDING. THE OWNER KNOWS WHAT THIS LAND WILL DO AND SELLS ON j vr It l Wjte of Time and Ceod Dye to Attempt to Color Some Germenti. LONGTIME PAYMENTS. TERMS: One third cash, balance on 5 years time if you want it. FARM NO. 1 3 IJARM NO. 0 has 96 4 Acres, beautiful place, residence of the owner, 10 room dwelling, large tobacco and stock barns, both newly built. Beautiful shade trees in yard, plenty of everlasting water. A rezl country home this is. 1-- 2100 acres, ' 14 adjoining, long level pike frontage, all in grass, attractive 7 room frame dwelling, 1 rtock barn, plenty of water, a home and a good farm complete. You will have to see it. Q h..- - tint In Hi.' leii- -t .linLl.t ... I utt te t tlii.imlit IM enkir It. A ..H.ii ii t .tit "If h11 VHry Wfll." nlil Mr. nu- It 111 nmer nil Hie itliTereiit enlnr t lllllklllL' ntlT ll.e. III the ellll.fnt..T nr "til tulk 111 trte. ri'V-- i Intlii'i, Imt I limi-ii'- t fniiml llmt It ii Lnir nml I lie r.-- ult in n menreil ruin ii:i lit all." effect. I Imiw A" Sir- -. Stmilim liinn-i- l fnriinl tn Startling colors Under Suspicion. club tin hIImt uhiiiimi nf "I'liiit l.rlns-- . 111 11 .iilllt I llituiileil lHr'( fiiiufnrtiilil.v In tlii-l- r nxk-l- i ti. ineiillnii. We, with llliill.il rlmliHit till.. Willi, ei, fiiu't nffttril tn lut iin Hi, 1 rlllllri. tn rlljn. Ilinr full) thl ill 'II .1.111 nf ilntli.'. til' HllliJiTt k.i ilrnr ll.nt nre In k...hI -- Ijle. .erhni, l,ut i Iinirt. eitreme. Slnrllllli: inlnr-- i Hint ektrrliie ' "Vi.ii iiml I MirW.v lmc Iiml illfft'r-n- t fiililnii. tire tint iillniveil lii tn) uin-i- l I inn rnl.e. fnr Ikey tire nlvii)-- i r.'iiilt. tin 'ti ui'iirlni; tiiln lin li.'.'ii iiiiiili. nw-r- . nr mill sel.lnln rellllllll III ;.hh1 tllHte fnr t Ii'iiM liiiiivr.il In miiiii- - nny frmii llll) I'llL'lll nf lllne. "III Hie Ill.niry the mli.-- r ilny. I '" nrli;iiiiil mi. I I mu Min tlii Milt iiimI I.Ii.iim' mi wi'iirlni; iih u.I1 iin fnlllnl n leilllet I'm Mire )..ll ui.lil.l I like," -- lie ii'l'l. cl, luriiliu' tn the 1 irtii2,' iiilulit lui. iM.iiht lliU ii t:ri.iii 11 lm le, "fnr eery mini In It l Mr. Stmilnn Vnll' ' Milunl.le. line thlnir, I r.'in.inl.er, "Wllllt ..lllki-- i i.. illJl'trlllH? ni tn rem.Hlel nnly ulieu ll.e lilllterlut ll.'l wi'll iiml Ihn- -i i l'.l In- - I. Nik wninli-rfiillI vnIiI.1i Imvi riin.ul.'lHil tint.' e lint I imiicli x.eur In It In uiirr.iiit the tin I.miU at firM, riilln-i.nry nrk uml ent nf new innlerliil. fnrlnrii. tii:il.'-iii'- r The lll.riirhiti Inhl tin we etntlil get il:iri iiml Imlri mi. I klnm Mum ..,.iet Irntll llie lintlle ilelllnllitrallnri I Iin.. unrn tlioiu tniiri tlmti I HST.iit. niilil m;l'i'- hnt we gel lltnlltll nr ".I," lit ..me future enle fnr l!rlt-...- t Cood Workmanship Counts. I'll liarrtl by tlw I'lill.'l Hut.. mktit of .ri Wontl Haselden Brothers. ''ry .tl.'. r i --- J to 'krn Is a j null Tins wumiu, fiotit Mi v W. T, l'rn-e- . of i . f il rj i.c, t W 1. ; . FARM NO. 385 acres of as good land as any ,? , where, lays well, o opposite sicta of pike from farm No 1. E:;tra good dwelling of 8 rooms, this farm could be divided, both stock and tobacco barns and good ones. be- Don't miss this sale and don't fail to see these farms fore the day of sale, remember the date and the TERMS. is. SOLD by the Man who SELLS. It STATE. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. Lancaster, Ky. I. r 11iiilerl.1l In Iiml W"iit ymi tme mi II11111 lliere witi In Hie 1.111 I it I I II Him iiiii.Iiii'iI till tn it .1 In ilje. .nil, ilntie In Hint .ty eiuluiililery mm Ii 111 etiTiine uiim wenrliu 11 enr ti I win tlrril uml lik nf if, lli'iuuti It wlilli. I lntv "IVrli:iii II Ik fewer rlntliei I fill It Jim, I set l.i'tter m'll.'ilnl In Hie llr.t lnri iiml nlin-- t Iii'tter .Mil' nf llli'lll tll.'lll .mil 1I.1. Yimi ktn.'t ymi me Mii.ni I.H.kliur fnr li.r-iii- imil nr- - ie tli.it l.uyliii: eti'tii" tllllitf- - ll.ie-- i nliy Willi Hie neepsxltv fleniiliis rexulnrlr, iiml nf ' Iiiiiiv'Iiii; jnur ili.ili." iiiri'fully. ii I Tn tnlui'. "I r.tn. ml. it. wli.it I ln.ir.ilit till Mill, llllTI' UIK llllll.lll'r "Ml" Ullllll I III.11I nliuiKt 111 will f..r l.'i iiiimey, hut, nliice I reiillri'il tin iiiiiti rhil In II uniil.l Inok rlinl.liy liy tin eml nf nil" year's siTUee, I ileelileil nil HiIk niie. I were thli nm iiil. kleitillly fnr vrn 11 mill I In n remuilt' It t 111 j kprltis. It nn etiklly lie wnni tuiuUier JMir. Ill III" liie.llilllile. I linte elijnieil Iiitiiii'ii I liave uenrlit': Hie mnl rnuifnrlnlile felt wcll ilr.'-ivulieii 1 : ' It en. Tie m'iiy 111111I.I1111-tlnnf imh1 liinliTl'll 11I11I em'il wurk niMM-lil- p In it iiml I li.ne I'.'.'il rnnli'tilril In u.'t nlnus Hltlin'it Mini I lilli'lil nlll.'rul-- e ll:le I'll.T I'lntlie Ix'eit III lulu liiivlnir." lilt t l true nf jnur "Well, 'rliil .nil, I. ill Iilntllit wlii'lhiT ymi liiivell H111: uml In IK lllmllt It." wniiieii tire tmt timie Intereit-"- I 111 i li.lhe! uml limy In vnlue I lii'll-ani- li :1 it flnlil ll.i'lll nf nlhef. lire. All Mill u mil the, lenllet, ' Wle Sh'ii li' Siltro rinlhlii: fnr tin I'litilll) " tnsellier Willi II Ih.T inrlft letiil.ti nhiih h.. Cull.-.- l Slntet il. ivirttm-.inf usr will. ..ml They Mill llelj. )IHI iin1 mi nun. lllllli) illesth,u-i- . IllIU line llie il.'iimii.lriilnr wr.u 111 The'.' 3 i u'.i ' ' ' ' ar.. inle-i- tiilnr.,1 "I sot clown, In my limli-,.,- 1 "i Etif. thin h' u il..,l !...nl lr i.tcd nml iIIh. had u'row. lioie.t tf 'I ti.;.ilti. whea I ffj 'i Tako J ln HOUSEWIFE Krj iir.iinje ll.iviir ieel Tiio Wo:ii23's I I I Bhott 1 T01.1G uiit iiute. Tli'i rearkej A (ileee nf elve i.l.li-- . lll.lile nf MmeM Mill present wear uu the kinekliies. Hum W'llir nff, MH.11 k.'I-- i hull! tip 114 s.hui 114 (hey nlherwlse I hi ell I lie .hn nut nf htt!ie, mer them he sen 11I, It N mill thai Hie ll.1v.ir nf ulirlnipi Ii Inipruviil If lu.lllnu' unler l imureil ly ilruln It nlT. druUta. Ioiir. nml H 1 .tri il 1:11, am btouler than 1 have lent lu jeara." If you suffer, you ran appreciate hat It mcaii. to be atrooc and veil. Thousamla of women giro Cinlul tho credit for their rood health. It should help you. Try CarduL'At all B-- 7) Ixrfi Cw''il. In wl '.Io a. a illff ,rwe .. nrevr ntrour r rl, i t linrtly lHf.ire they lire lit lint he kiirt. ami liniiieill-ul- i