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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 2, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919100201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 2, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 2. 1919. BUSINESS DEAL. n SECTION 1 TIIIRTIETIItVKAR NUMBER 37. AUCTION SALE, KENGARLAN WORTHY CAUSE HOTEL Davidson And Tomlin-so- All Should Lend SupOf Residence, Business Sell Grocery. port To The KentucProperty unci Town Taken Over By New . Messr Theo Currey und L. C. ky Childrens Home Lots. Owner Yesterday. the grocery and i have purchased Society. i. tat mnikct of Messrs Davidson and M. on The Kcngnrlun Hut jI s.tn Gul-!- y Promptly nt 10:00 A. Tomlinson and the formal transfer Isiuai Proclamation Callinr Upoa wns formally transferred to will take place on October 13th. morning. October lltli, tlic In this issue of the Kccord we are son, Lcxing-tomorning. the new owner yesterday Ar u result of the deul .Mr. Currey running the proclamation of GovernCililtm of SUU to Aid Chit. United Realty Company of Ky., will sell at pulillr Auction Mr. A. I'. Sanders, notice of the drill will consolidate his present stock of or Black designating Children's Society In dren's Horn TO BE PULLED OFF AT GARresidence an.l slock pens, proper- linvliig been mentioned in this paper grcccrie with the stock purchased Week in the interest of the Kentucthe I of Davidson and Tomlinson, using ky Children's Home Society one of RARD TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, Making Manr Nedd ty of Mr. John N. Ross, iinil ten several week ago. "Mine Host" Sanders Is nut it their present stand, Mr, Currey havchoice building lots adjoining, all the most worthy charitable objeit NOVEMBER 20th, 21.1, and Improvemtnts. on Stanford street in the city stranger to the people of lainenstcr ing tensed his store room to Mr. that can be brought before the peo-- 1 22nd. Mr. Ross has pur- ami (iarrnrd county, having n large Bella Arnold Francis. I of Unrnster. The drive to pie of Garrard county. conThe new tirm of Currey and Gul-le- y be made throughout the State is to chased u large farm In Arkansas, anil acquaintance, poncssed with n "You have not heretofore failed public should cot.trol their portion of build u home for these destitute chilhas rented n farm In Madison county suming desire to please the What promises to be one of the to make generous response to the as both are well this reason he l offering this and with n pleading affability that the pntronnge ever pulled off in Gar- call for laudable endeavor, and the and for dren, the land having already been biggest events property for rale. The goes a long ways toward making the known good business men and popu- secured near Louisville. valuable will take place at the good you have thus done, the things rard County a good six room house, patrons of this popular hotel feel at lar. on that are worth while whose accomWarehouse, residence The present site in Louisville is Garrard Tobacco and all necessary out- home, we predict that u successful Mr. Ila'ry Tomlinson has iiccepled entirely Inadequate, 'J'.'nd, plishment you have aided, and with cistern very November 20th. furnish being property future is in wait for the new host. a position with the Garrard Bank small nnd Insufficient for the varied when will be witnessed one of the adequate and satisfying compensaThe Stock-pen- s buildings. A good portion of the old force Li.il Trust Company assistant needs of such a home, lacking ade- biggest tobacco and corn shows ever tion for the sacrifices you have made a? of the best burlncsi proposiI, one will be retained by Mr. Sanders for r and assumed his duties. tion ever offered for sale In therefor. quate nnd attractive playgrounds, so seen in this neck of the woods. and give n good live man on several weeks, which fact will enable Mr. I.. G. Davidson has accepted a much needetl for these orphan chilThe organliaton has been com"You recognize it as of the law- - of to build up n business him to take care of all business, position with the Citizens National the our responsible lives that opportunity pleted and will be known as dren. there is pay him big, and one of serving all customers with dispatch Bank, ns Cashier and will assume Corn ever present the duty to help whenthat will The drive in Garrard county for "Garrard County Tobacco and will be proud, or and giving each value received. these duties about November 1st. which lovncastcr be Show" and has behind the undertak Ijtncastcr and her people are He succeeeds Mr. W. F. Chomp, who her proportionate amount will Oct- ing practically all of the merchants ever there exists real need of help. pens could easily be convertrd during the week of "And now, in trustful confidence prliing proud of our splendid hotel and wish retires January 1st, on account of conducted Gur-ror- d warehouse into o tobacco ober i!0ih, and bcfi.it vvh.cii time an a . I citizens of Lancaster and in your continuing helpful mood and incident to .Mr. It. T. Peddlcord room, and then adjoining this prop- for the new proprietor every success the close confinement county. illustrated paper will be distributed happily aware of your ability to exerty 10 good building lots will be of- nnd tni.l tlnif hU ambition to run bunk work, and other business inter to all the chool children throughout has been elected president of the tend your benefactions, I call your III In the future as successfully as it est to which he feels lie should give fered for sale, organization and Bobert Kinnaird the county to quicken their intcn-'- t attention to the Kentucky Children's as has been run in the past may bo fully more of his time. These lot are very valuable in this worthy undertaking. Children Its secretary and treasurer. Home Society, in the faith that you, they are the only ones ncur town realized The new Garrard Tobacco Ware- seeing Its high are always interested in such thing aim, may prove your ' Mr. and Mrs. Ziniiiicr have made bethat adjoin the I. and N railroad will readily respond if encour house will have been completed and lain-rastready willingness to bestow some tracks, and whether used for resi-nc- c many friend since coming to fore this time and this company has financial help to it from your ample aged by parent and teachers. many year ugo and nil will be or hiijincs building .in valj Mr. W. A. Furnau has very kindly generously donated its use for the store. Another large to gtnd to learn tliut they will not leave uable property. In securing the services of Sena-- 1 this Tobacco and Corn Show. For the present tor John W. Newman to speak licre I pcccptcd the chairmanship of "That society was incorporated built on us w rnianently. booths Already about thirty-tw- o bacco warehouse could be and more wilt be heard CUl,lllaiat, nearly a fourth of a century ago, and grows they will hate rooms with Mr. and next Saturday, chairman Bowling mniF, If the Uitirastrr market him ihrnush the columns of have been sold to representative j Mrs. Speith in the Stormcs Flit un-- I o is predicted. merchant's und business concerns of to find and to take charge of, under to be congratulated. Mr Newman is1 ,,at.r aJ ell as direct from himi'.I ... ). til they get possession of the Kin- its mission is and has been to seek, .. ..... l.n hnml.nm, .. :.. .v i;v iuu,"Ji one oi .1 I..... iuiiii.iiKm-- i hi me ' ner.rnallV uie ur?i nuird property which they purchased for the occasion by ex- - orders of the County Courts, destistate and those who hear him next 1 ets all get together and help in decorated nt public nuction n few weeks ago. Saturday will be pleased - tute and neglected children, those on this campaign during the week of Ports from Cincinnati, who are ex- whose innocent lives There will lw a I'le supper at untoward cirtaxes tne uarK ngnt on oi ins- - October 'JOlli. thereby assisting in nected on the grounds this week. Friday night. lie Manse School House, The object of the show is to pro- cumstance lays a heavy hand, little does political opponents and Kentucky building ui.d of note,UIj.. the necessary Oct. 3rd, fur benefit mote the educational and agricul- folks who are sound in mind and mime words. He is a fluent speak- - nlavxruunds. Orphan Home Club. Lvcrybody Intural interests in the county. A body, and yet Ineligible to admission er nnd exceedingly popular in this n worthy has bG acre help A model farm vited. Come and High county. Don't fall to hear him next nccn purchased tenofmiles from Louis- brass band will be on hand every to any other of our State charitable cause. Saturday afternoon, at 1 :"0 o'clock, ville and on this farm a model village day, speakers from a distance will institutions. They are a class to themselves, with no one in their comTin's at the Court House. with school, dairy, twenty cottages be here to address the crowds that munities charged with the duty of arwith play grounds will be built and will surely attend this splendid Saufley Beailcy, looking after their care or rearing. Mfsr J, A. The Tobacco Growers Of furnished to take rare of the thoui- - ray of Garrard county products. Wesley Dick-erso- To Hushes. Joe Kelly and 'But the society undertakes to resThe first day will be Governor's (iarrard County: and of homeless children of the returned from their fishing Our new tobacco warehouse now State in order that they be given a Hay when the chief magistrate of the cue them from their crushing condilast trip on the Cumberland river ... I..,.... State will address the people. Fri- - tion by providing them with food, ,.;tl,..,, under construction in laincaster, will has A prohibition Muss Meeting Saturday and oil report fine fishing. be completed, reuily to open sale by day, will be children's raiment and housing, and a period been called to meet at the school Over two hundred children a year day the second HudMessr John Karrn and Harry November 1st, nnd will be one of the auditorium next Sunday afternoon ore now- - being placed in good homes day and an interesting program has of training in the Receiving Home, son are expected back today ale can be found educated, their entertainmost complete and at three o'clock. The meeting will after a training in this Home. Scv- - been arranged for will be awarded until there moral and Christian homes in which homes in the state. of the eral hundred thousand dollars will be ment. The prizes be held under the auspices non-agWe ore informed that the price Woman' Temperance required for thi new Home and the on Saturday. More details will be to place them during their Christian the col- and thus make of them useful citiThere will be a meeting at the of tobacco will be much higher than Union. Public School children of the State given each week through this paper and n catalogue zens, instead of a burden to the Court House next Monday night at last year and the general quality of The object of the meeting is for have gone on record as saying that umns of 7:30 I'. M. of all tliutw interested in the crop is much better In this lo- the purpose of organizing Garrard they want to help those who have no will be issued in a few weeks giving State. Orphans cality. prizes and other things of has been Kentucky ThU srlendid house the helping "My object is to commend the County in favor of the Constitution one to help thern. The Home will the list of Home. Arrangement will lie made constructed ut a large expense with al Prohibition society and its purposes to the peowhich be n memorial to the Public School interest to the public. Amendment, Oct- the view of taking care of the crops ple, and to suggest that the building for a campaign the last week in State and care is to be voted on at the November children of the ober to raise' fund for this worthy of tobacco in this territory, and we election. and grounds now occupied are not for waifs who are not and cannot hope to serve the tobaocco grower object. commensurate with the demands upThi movement is of vital impor- get In the church and lodge homes and realiie for them the largest tance to every man, woman and now established. A good cause is on the institution nor adequate to A. prices that can be obtained. the great work in hand. And so it child in the county and all should at- worthy of support and what can be We warn the growers aganst tell- tend. The colored people are also better than aid for those who cannot is the desire of the society to acbegan Miss Gertrude McCheyne ing their crops at small prices at this quire und pay for a suitable tract of help themselves and who have no one her duties a State Lender of Home time and suggest that those who do invited and n spare in the hall has land situated near the city of Louisto help them. How much are you ' been reserved for this purpose. with headDemonstration Agent will share the misfortune of thouOne of the most successful sales ville, and erect thereon a number of A number of good speeches will be j going Jo give? quarter at Lexington on Sept. 11th. sands of them who experienced the season, was .vrcu the 7P0 acre small buildings on the village cottage . of tin ' Miss McCheyne come to her rresent loss of hundreds of dollars who were heard and u delightful musical profarm of Mr. J. A. Robinsoni of Boyle plan, a modern children's village, for Is work from Utah, having spent ten taken in by "plnhooker" before the gram will be rendered. county, passed under the hammer the accommodation of the children j When your correspondent year In that State and Indiana in nurLnt una itjililih-l- . ,ast Thursd,,y and brought a total of and the employes in charge. To seInjur- UUI.VU IIUIIU1S l,WU'- - flW.I V . She is a I F.xtcnsion Service. the Watch the regular spare that will SKV'.tCti. cure and thus equip such property it College of Agriculture, in regard to irraduate of the Agricultural Col appear In this paper each week and Col Bolivcr Bend was on the block j is necessary" to raise several hundred lege at Manhatten. Kansas. the recent drop in the prices of hogs and did hU work admirably. The thousand dollars. we wll try to keep you advised as to und cattle, he said: Mrs. Cornie Clay, of Bichmcnd your best interest. sale was conducted by the United ' "The last week in October, 1919. general public does not Realty Company, of Lexington, this "The aunt of Mrs. George D. Itobinson, Very Respectfully, designated as the time in Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Co. and Mrs. W, II Burton, and Judge .' teem to realize that the recent slump firm being assisted by the real es- will be Agrlculturv of. The College of funds, lina till ti i l n ri ruaun t ft ilo. tate firms of Hughc. and McCarty, which to secure .said ...... and I re- 1. - and (5. C. Walker, of this city, It, -- ... in agri. o... fers ita regular short course ' was seriously injured in nn uuto ac- crease of 10 to 30 per cent of the of Stanford, and tV 1. M. Dunn ZTZZJ, from culture and home economic Friday nficmoon, near prices raid a few weeks ago. ThU Utility Company of Danville, and the cident 191!) V. G. to February November 3rd, difference In price means the los of Thomas Kcalty Company of this city. the ministers of the Gospel, County Itichmoiul. a7th ltliO. This fifteen weckr" Fiscal Courts and the people in genha the millions of dollars to the farmers of The Bichmond Register The old Lilian! homestead conKencourte is open to residents of the country. The great danger of taining JG3 acres, was sold to Col. eral nnd the children in the State following to sny of the accident: tucky who arc over seventeen year where contribute liberally to said fund. Letremendous decrease A meeting of the American "Mrs. Corne Clay had a collarbone thi James I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, at of age and without entrance exambruised there has been practically no de- $"J75 an acre. The second tract of "And I should rejoice to know-gion of Kentucky of l'ost Heidel San-for- d broken and was otherwise ination. The farmer, hi on, his implewill, No. 3!i was called for last Sun und injured when she was thrown crease in the cost of labor, 10 acres, known as the HairU tract that the ministers in our State wife or his daughter may take any 20, especially M. through the windshield of an electric ments, materials, clothing and other He day evening by Chairman Dr. J. wts bought by Wheeler Bros, of loin-cat- on Sunday, October of course. one of u number Acton, at which time the fol'.owins car driven by Mrs. Kdvvnrd C. Stock- necessities, lies in the possible curat Hl per acre. The third mention and commend to their conha his choice of making a study of aforesaid officers were elected for the remain ton on the Big Hill pike Fridav after- tailment of food production and in tract of 41 acres was sold to Mr. Til-for- d gregations the purposes tractors, crop production, soil of agriculture. and delegates appointed to noon. Ilut Mrt. Clay was not bad the dircouragvment and urge them to help by contributAlexundcr ut $270 per acre. animal husbandry, or other ini; jear . "ThU whole matter Is often con-Convention that convenes ly cut or reriously injured by the The fourth tract of 38 acres was ing of their means. Ill wife ran take the State farm operations. In Louisville is regarded ns rvnnrkablc, for tddered merely a farmer's problem, sold to J. K. Tudor, of Madison The thought that all contribu up cooking, dressmaking, caf erla at the Seelbnrli Hotel she was hurled through the window-shiel- but it is one which the whole country county at S1C1 per acre. Th) fifth tions whether made by the Fiscal this week end. management or other topics. Tl... ir,V,.r. f tlii. P.i.l nr..- - fir inch Hiust help solve. During the war tract of ICS acres went to Mr. J. D. Courts or otherwise , be made in the with great force; the Virgil G. Kinituird, l'ost Commander, glass was smashed to smithereens, the farmer was urged to increase his Whltchouae at $1H0 por acre. name and in behalf of the children of enormously. If proHilly F. Miller, Adjutant, and Ben- - nnd the aged lady was thrown over production me very Kentucky has impressed duction is to be maintained he must he Jamine Wood, Secretary and Treas the front of the car. much, for it would be a beautiful The accdent happened when Mm. have price which are at least on a Hull team will motor to Danville urer. thing to have the property und its The protracted meeting which be- The following were appointed to Stockton in some way lost control of comparative level with the price he next Friduy afternoon to meet the equipment acquired ns a gift, made fast "Little Britain" team on their attend the Convention, Post Com the car. She was not driving fast at has to pay for everything he must gan at the Baptist church about ten by the children of the State who are must days ugo continues with unabated inMr. the time, und it is the opinion that buy. The consuming public grounds, for the first game of the mander, Dr. V. G. Kinnaird, able to give to the little unfortunate Foot Dull this season. Coach Car- Carl B. Acton und Dr. J. M. Acton. the steering gear becane faulty. She realize that a proper level of com- terest and large crowds are hearing children who are not able to give." ' Mcrsrs Alex Doty and Bascom C nnd her motlicr-ln-lavMrs. R. C. parative price should be maintained Rev. Johnson both at the morning promised rier and Copt. Elliott have A number of to have all their men in expert trim Ford were appointed by the Com Stockton und Mrs. Clay had been as the world must eat and the farmer nnd evening services. to the who produces additions have been added of taking u little spin out on the Big Is the only person and are confident of a handsome vic- mnnder to adopt the resolution church and much spiritual good is We take this method of expressing tory. the Legion that was held n St. Louis Hill pike and were returning when food " N being reaped from the splendid ser our thanks for the kindness shown In almost Quite a large crowd from lids city and report same at the next meeting the accident happened The church us by our friends and neighbors durmons of the evangetist. will accompany the boy over as they night. front of the home of T. D. Chcnault. every evening is packed beyond its ing the illness and death of our dear ThU body will meet the second Qulc'c re'icf was given the ladies, and all are anxious to see the High The condition of Judgo John W. e Douglas Chenault brought them to Hughe i very critical and his re- capacity and last Sunday evening, wife and mother. School come out victorious, and one Thursday In each month at the Moses Dorton and Family. can readily know that when any High Court room and it 1 the desire town where Mrs. Clay's injuries were covery Is doubtful. Reports from fully ns many were turned away as School has a good bunch of athletes of the Commander to make these treated. A cursory examination at his bedside yesterday stated that he were able to get into the building, that the High School too Is right on meeting as attractive us possible the time shown only a scratch on was in a comatose state and fears The meeting will continue through longer. fop --a these two go to make up any and each 'member and all returned Mrs. Clay's hand, notwithstanding were held that he would not revive. Sunday and perhaps Those indebted to the estate of school. soldiers, sailors and marines are cor- the moro serious instanding she had He is at the Pope Sanatarium in FOR SALK: A new Remington Arch Boatright, deceased, will plea Manager Klisha Carrier la trying dially Invited to attend. been catapaulted thru a windshield, Louisville. Typewriter. Used only a few weeks call and settle: those havinjr claims to arrange a game for Friday week Don't forget the next meeting and A physician soon located the more estate, present them Our philosopher says: There ain't and in perfect condition. Apply at against his be on hand as matters of vital Im- serious injury however, and she n with Nlcholasville Ilijth School. The price will please properly proven to me. Go to It boys wo are all behind you portance will be brought before the confined to her bed at the home of uny such thing us a school tax, It's this office. J. R. Mount, Admr, just an Investment In young orains, you. Mrs Stockton." and will give you the best we have. house. 'GARRARD COUNTY GOV. BLACK TOBACCO AND Asks Kentuckians To CORN SHOW. Observe "Children's One of The Biggest Week". Events Of The Sea- the Newman Here stnrflav i'f, Pie Supper. TOBACCO Fishermen Return. Promises to Bring Season. Prices Prohibition Mass Meeting. .!,.. ,,,fl Notice. SPLENDID FARM New Leader Secured Robinson Sells Of J. At Public Auction. Drop Too Great. Mrs. Cornie Clay ed In Auto Accident. Short Course Set. c.i,i Dr. Kinnaird lit T Post Commander. First Game of Season. Meeting Continues. Card Of Thanks. Condition Critical. Notice. t' I The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 2, 1919 Big Lot and Farm Sale WEDNESDAY, OCT 15th AT 10 O'CLOCK. WE WILL SELL FOR MRS. EVELYN K. BACKER AND OTHERS I n M icros of COUNTY Land (Known as the Kendrick Farm). Adjoining that growing town of Monticello. Monticello wants to "stretch out" over this farm, so we have opened up a new addition and will sell in this subdivision, with streets so laid off as to make it attractive, a number of Building Lots high and dry with fine building sites well drained. Will also sell a number of "cow pastures" and "Baby Farms" in tracts the size to suit purchasers. This farm fronts on three pikes The Monticello-Burnsid- e pike The Columbia pike and the Norman Ferry pike. We will sell about 20 acres with main residence, but it is so divided that additional tracts may be attached so as to make a farm of 50 acres or 100 acres or 150 acres or 200 acres, or more. Remember we always sell to suit the buyers. WAYNE o o o i i FJrass fyand A Good Time EvervJbodvJ Come. Dinner. Two Sets of Improvements A new modern 2 story, 8 room brick residence, 3 large halls, basement, pantry, closets and porches, beautifully located with sloping lawn to pike with shade trees. A desirable and attractive home. To see it is to want it. Natural cave equipped for Dairy House, barn and other Poultry yard and large garden. Another 5 room Brick dwelling with hall and porches, beautiful yard and large shade trees. Large stock barns, 450 barrel cribs. About 100 to 150 acres with these improvements. Will also sell a number of unimproved tracts, out-building- s. each with frontage on pike. This is very productive land and will be sold for the "High Dollar." Level and gently rolling. Some land with fine timber. Farm watered by springs, 8 large ponds and 8 wells. This Farm has never been on the market before and is now "up and selling to the highest bidder." This is an opportunity seldom offered. The young may lay the foundation for a fortune in the purchase of' this Real Estate. The old may leave no better estate. Better than Bonds or Insurance is investment in Mother Earth. Look at the Building Lots and the farm before day of sale. A look means a lot or a farm. And a purchase means a profitable investment as the values of these lots and farms are bound to increase. The Fair Grounds wiih one-hamile tract are on this farm. Monticello one of the best business towns in the State, Banks Churches Splendid Schools Enterprising merchants and business men, hospitable and cultured people. Remember Swincbroad "ALWAYS SELLS" and everybody gets a lf "Square Deal." For further particulars see Mrs. Backer at the farm. SWINEBROAD, The Real W. E. MOSS, Advertising Mgr. 1 'St Estate Man. LANCASTER, KY. PLEASE POST. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 2 1919. 3 Building Lots and Baby Farms 100 ACRES THE MfCROSKEY FARM AT BURGIN. MERCER CO., SATURDAY, OCT. 11th A o clock sharp. Long Frontage on Danville pike and Main street of Bur-gi6 Room Dwelling Large new tobacco barn, about 5 acres will be sold with improvements, but it is so subdivided that several Tracts may be attached so you may buy 25 to 50 acre farm, or more with the improvements. Burgin is CERTAINLY growing, electric lights now being installed and the lines run by this property. Building lots at Burgin are in demand and the purchaser at this sale will surely make a profitable investment. Come and buy a lot or a tract of 5 or 10 or 15 acres, or more. This property adjoins the Graded and High School. The land is very fertile and productive. Burgin is on the Q. & C. Railroad. We have set the time 2 o'clock, so parties may come either way by rail. Look before the sale. A look means a lot or a small farm or several tracts. What will these lots and farms bring? Whatever the buyers bid for our contract calls for "An Absolute Sale, bid or limit." without reserve-b- y BRASS BAND. SMALL FARMS ARE GETTING SCARCE AND HARD TO BUY. Burgin is a progressive town with its Banks, Churches, Schools, business houses, newspaper, with "Live-wid- e awake hustlers" and right in the heart of the best and most fertile farming section of Mercer County. Fix the date in your mind and "Buy a lot or farm at Burgin". is worth remembering. For further particulars see Mr. McCroskey at Burgin, or n. It W help YOU can'tevery cutting; loose joy'us time you flush your J. R.fft.141 smokespot with Prince Albert it hits you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy pipe and ciffarettc makin's sunshine and as satisfy ing: ns it is delightful every hour of the twenty-four- ! It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastuFor, P. A. is trigger-readt0 gjve you more tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecareer. I y re That's because it Juts the quality. Quick Ji3 you know Prince Albert you'll write it down that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat. And, it never will! For, our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tongue! Toppy red bagt, tidy red tine, hnndeome pound and half pound tm and that clever, practical pound cryttat glamt humidor ivtth tponge motiltntr top that kmept the tobacco in tuch perfect condition humidor$ R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Solitude. l Winston-Sale- N. C. tilde I' not measured by the miles of " " '" space Hint Intervene betnecti u man " Ilcenrcr. nod his fellows. Thnreau. A msn thinking r winking l nlways ,.ll. I... I.li.i I... ..I.i. r.. I... iilll It would Only One Clear fload to Success. Much Difference. In- - ii different world If we llcll,.vl., Eml, si,ccc. for men only "'reci where J . i V. . i .T clirorfiilly iiml tney think iiccpiy, wort ' i""'i"" rejoice ut the success uri' worktiijj at. I ot what tlioj "" I Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man or W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. Values. Ancient Elevator. Optimistic Thought. Mrs, Penvlsh suys that, altlinush sh Tlio earliest incntlnii of v. device In It Is not titles that relied honor oa would be the last to knock Mr, Penvmen, hut men on their titles. mi) way resembling the modern lsh, sometimes she feels an If she may In- - read, In VI I mil us who would give twenty years of married NtM Kind. describes ii liolstl us machine Invented py Archimedes. Little rredorlck. Ile. was viltloc life for ten years In widow's weeds. The il'vntnr of the second century II. ('. win worked by their neighbor across the way anil no- Dallas News. ropes tiMin a winding ilriini liy u ticed Mrs. Smith with a new pair of capstan mid levers. "Oh. iiiamum." he exWedding Ring la Changed. claimed on arriving home, "I went over The wedding rlnc was not always to eo Mr. Smith anil slip wears look-I- plain, as we see It today. It was freNineveh's Pathetic Ruim. , glass t on lier eyes." quently highly, ornamented and Past .Mosul tin rler Tigris rolls Its I wrought with various designs. Hut as ancient, utmost legendary, waters mill other rings began to be worn the wedopposite mi I In left bank, Hie ilre.iiii Antiquity of the Emerald. ding ring was made conspicuously if antiquity continues undisturbed. The emerald has lieen known since The practice, however, was Tin re In Hie hliiKltiK miii or In tin' i.iily limes hoth In Kurope ami In cer- plain. shimmering I'erslmi moonlight, II.' the tain parti, of the Orient, where Its at-t- l Inns In vogee of inscribing appropriate mottoes on rings. The ring may be ruins or Nineveh, the last anil greatest active color "nil rarity h:ie endowed Tin. It with the highest rank. Its name said to be symbolic. It Is nf gold and eilnltnt or llio ointilri I pities purity and refinement, w berewaller the disappeared elt Mill stands mav he tnteeil hack to nn old won! of Till l anil Is 1J miles which nppenred In flreek n stiinrng-dos- , ts Its rotundity signifies "the round I In a height lowing of mutual love and hearty ( rose liy (lie hank In circumference. uientlnned In (ireek hy Theoprns-In- s of the rher are the still Imposing re: Ii. C. main nf tun ellaileN. Rtmemberlng the Doyj. Economy In Telephone Ue. A friend of mine p.'rfnrmisl a wedA llruzlllan newspaper has- been for ding ceremony for n young i ouple In mine time enjojlng the privilege of our home town, r.fier which the brideilIng one telephone line for three groom look nil the money out of his simultaneous conversations. With xlcl.et, which was cents, and timed three telephone sets at each eml of the to my friend, the mlnNler, and said: Hue, one pair of uerx talks Lnglish, "I will have to keep ,VI cents of tills one pnlr Trench, iiml one pair Portu- to buy cigars for the boys," and hamlet) Do not allow tht guese. The listener seem In tlml no him the '.'.) cents for the fee, Chicago ficlsor.s cl undigested illllleulty In selecting the kouiiiIs In- Tribune. accumulate in your bowels, where they 1 telligible to them iiml Ignoring the oth. are absorbcj into jour er'. The newspaper cnple express Flamingo Neming Extinction. system. Indl;e;t:on,con-ttipntio- n, great satisfaction with the result, es. llamlngii's happy hunting The irjdic!:e, bad pevlully as they pay for ouly one line. M.. nt.ul ... I... 1. p.. i, blood, and r.umcrouj other troubles arc bound nnd tunny Imely members of Its fam-- ' to follow. Keep your ll could be met Willi 1(1 the other hot As Nature Arranges Them. system clean, as thevs-ca- d3 If im want to color beautifully, .oiintrles. Very few of them are left' cl olheri do, by i color us bet pleases you ut quiet now, lion ever, uiijwhere In this eoun- taking an occasion:! dot; tunes, not so as to the eve, nor try and ninny bird lovers predict that ot the old, reliable, vegIn a few jears more they will hae'l etable, (ami! liver medi, in look as if It was (leer or illlllcult cine. tn color in that way, but so that the hem killed off until they will lie tolor may be pleasant to ou when im are happy kiiiI thoughtful. Look much nt the morning and the ennlng Too Good for Daily Use. and much nt simple tinners dug. Wo mns bine n nenk spot or two. ruse, wood hyacinth, violets, popples, I. .. ,i ...... In.- - I. i...r.... B.aGk-Orau&- ht ihlstles, heather and such like as na- inmh. People that do not laugh or - woods and ture arranges them in thecrj. or lake more of iiujlhliig than Is fields. Itusklu. good for them, or Use mil thing but Mrs. V. T. Pickle, ot dictionary words, ure inluilnible fuli-JecRising Fawn.Ga., writes: for biographies. Hut we don't Indian Gamester. "We have used ThedAlthough the Halites of lndl.1 do cure most for those tiat p.it'ern tlow I ford's as not operate on the stock market, they ers Hint press best In the herbarium. a lamily medicine. My mother-in-l.n- v could not have adopted a unique form of gam- O. W. Holmes. take calomel as It seemed bling for which the cotton market retoo strong for her, so she ports ure responsible. Ilyery day Ave Try This Way. used quotations are cabled from New York If some one has been unkind to us mild laxative rr.d liver unnouticlug the cottuu sltuutl'nu. The be kind to others. The Ereat law will regulator We use it natives looked upon this us a direct bring til in a harvest of what he has in the lamily and believe It Is the fcect medicine (or Invltatlou to them to establish a sim- sown. If we undertuke to pay him the liver made." Try it. ple but none the less absorbing form hack, evil for evil, we overstep our Insist on the ceruine of gambling. The Rumbling consists authority, nnd we also make ourselves ThedJord'j. Cssapack- simply In guessing what the five fig- liable to Judgment for the part wo U-axe. ures will amount to, and the man get- take In the affair. We could just as ting nearest to the right amount well do something that would bring us a reward. takes (he stakes. BIO AUCTION RESIDENCE, STOCK PENS AND 10 CHOICE LOTS On Stanford Street, in the city limits of Lancaster, THE JOHN N. ROSS RESIDENCE, STOCK YARDS, AND 10 CHOICE LOTS ADJOINING. Saturday October Uth, 1919 At 10.00 A. M. Rain or Shine. This sale will last but 50 minutes so be on hand at hour advertised. Sale Takes Place On the Premises. The residence is a splendid six room house, with cistern and all necessary outbuildings with two good gardens and shady yard, An ideal little home. The Stock pens are in good condition, and one of the handiest in Central Kentucky, with large concrete watering trough, Scales and everything needed to conduct a successful stock yards. Lancaster should become one of the leading cattle markets of this section. Or these pens could easily be converted into tobacco warehouse prizing rooms. The ten lots adjoining this property are ideal building-lotfor residences, tobacco warehouse, or business property of any kind as they are the only ones close to town that adjoin L. and N. Tracts, and are close to the large new tobacco Warehouse. Possession Nov. 10th, 1919. TERMS Very Easy. WATCH THESE LOTS INCREASE IN VALUE. But will you stand and watch the other fellow reap all the benefit? Get in on the ground floor and reap some of the harvest that is sure to come to the wise investor. Meet us at the grand auction Sale Saturday, October 11, at 10:00 A. M. Ladies always welcome, at this sale specially invited. ? s Keep WeH Thedford's ... The UNITED REALTY O. T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr. CO. LEXINGTON, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 2, 1919 EXCESS PROFITS s URGES Cary-izc- d I We represent one of the largest Roofing manufac Salt Tonic Blocks. Try A Block. BEING RETURNED Collection From Dealers Proceed Ing and Growers Will Get Their Share Soon. REPORTS NOT YET COMPLETE Auditing of Account of Large Firms It Considerable Task No Refund to Growers Who Consigned Their Clips. (Prepared tnent of Agriculture.) SUCCESS Fine for Hogs, Cattle or Sheep. Recleaned Wheat, Northern Rye, IN THRiFTURIVE RECONSTRUCTION CN ONLY HASTENED BV THE SPIRIT OF NATIONAL SAVING. BE turers in the South. As all kinds of material are advancing, yon should place your order NOW for Barley. Timothy Seed. Red Clover. Winter Turf Oats, Red Top. WORK WELL AND SAVE WELl Ground Barley Meal, Hog Feed. Genuine Kanawha Salt, Bale Ties. Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Brick. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow more milk. Northern (Rosen) Seed Rye per 1 Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. the I'nlieit Cute Depart, from Esperlences Gained by America ant Britain In Creat War to Bt et Lasting Brniflt. It Is a rocd thins for thine Anurl ran. who think their country Is a Imrii Collect hut of exec, profit, wool dealer. 1, proceeding, nml thHr !l -- r ut Ion to wool grower, will begin In tlu near future. Till" niniotiiife-tne- Conn The Central Record litued Brothers. riri ri REMEMBER! The October man, a Year. "LIVE AND LET, LIVE FOLKS." Wkl7. Payable in Advance. I. muile by the Culled State, department of agriculture, whl.h I, coin. pl.tlng lli work of the doiuctlc no.il na tion of Hie war linliilrlr hoard. In accordance with ii provision of the agricultural iiroirl.itloii Mil. Ileimrt thu. fur reeehed show Hint fxee., prollt. were made by nbout 1(1 per cent of Ihe "rounlr.v" .l.uler. with "iliMrlhiitlug center" .lcnler. whoe total le.iorf. are not vet I ml I ciili- completed, that smut of them have iicriiiiiiiliit.il ulil.iiitliit amount. of exces, profit, on tin wool which they actually bought. Auditing of the account, of the larger dealer1 I 11 ron. ldernble tank nml will require several months. The bureau of market., which act. for the department of ngrl. ulture "i , ' Dates swine-broad- J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. R. L .ELKIN, of auction sales for Local Editor and Mgr. the real estate of Lancaster. Entered at the Post Office in LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Lucuter, Ky.. 0cUber2. 1919 Member Kentucky Press Association anl Eighth District Publishers League. Raw. For Political Announcements, For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line 10 .05 Democratic HON". JAMES Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR. D. BLACK. FOR GOVERNOR. LIEUTENANT WILLIAM II. SHANKS. SECRETARY OF STATE. MAT S. COHEN, AUDITOR. HENRY M. BOSWORTH. TREASURER. HENRY F. TURNER. i ATTORNEY GENERAL. FRANK E. DAUGHERTY. CLERK COURT APPEALS. JOHN A. GOODMAN. Superintendant Public Instruction. L. E. FOSTER. Commissioner Of Agriculture. JOHN W. NEWMAN. AUCTION In SALE Madison County Near Cottonburg. Mr. A. F. Sanders recently purchased of Taylor heirs a farm of 4C acres near Cottonburg in Madison county and known as the John T. Dawson farm. He has just completed arrangements with the United Realty Company of Lexington to subdivide this farm into lots and small farms and offer same at Auction on Friday morning October 10th at 10 A. M. FOR SALE High Grade Tobacco Farms Limtrtontt 7irmi thai rrnw th hJrh.t mutl. Jlj of toharra on HtoiM Pitei, within 10 ib1Ui ol t nrlCHt rmnrlnr iron. tTJ.OO to iro.uu 4MUviU mtv. Tfii ln4 grow from I'M) to ZttU ItMitwjf of Liz tit Kurtoy kJtstvo to the f (Hit i n( invaxUblj brtc ttw hlftient prlrea on Um lr IxxiUrlUe old prartkmltr million do! lira worth of farm iiroprrtr to KcDtwJtUiu nd do Ml wu m Ut puixkuiM-m4J at a lu or UMdfmm vf u fur jt prion 114. Oobm to Je(ttntonTill ttisd let Ui thow jou tit havft. You will Im unor uo oUlfatioai. u vkL lutiof Um iMt ys wt r. iuat Vtigk is Imruce A Realty Co. Jerfferaonville, Ind. Vskaht Bid. October 8tht 400 acres, the J. F. Cook Farm, Lincoln County. October 10th: The Jas. N". Denny Farm, 247 acres Carrartl County, 3 miles of Lancaster. 100 acres, for I. October lttht R. McCroskey, right nt Burtfin, .Mercer county. October 15thi 1100 acres at E. Wayne County, the J Kcmlrick Farm. October lStht.'J brnnil new ilwell- in each. iiiKs, with 10 to 20 acres riKht on the pike, 1 mile of Lancaster (iarranl county. October 2Ut: 335 acres, the Medium and Finer Grides of Choice 'J liM.t limit in Merrer Countv. 1 Wool Art in Keen Demand. V. ' miles nf Shakertown. for R. I In thl woik, will t'iii'le with emli Cwinn. rhi'ck ent to a crower a circular letter 110 acres, for N.I October 22ndi tin- - iimii f tin' tlrm which Rob-- , J. Cosney, riiiht in Camp Dick hnnilli'il liN wool and which lm re- o miles t'iriB'il tin- - oxit profit", of which the inson, on Lcxintton pike, of Lancaster. cuitoMHT U rrielvliii: liN hare. l'JO acres, for J. No Refunds to Consigners. October 24th: County, near L. Butler, Lincoln Tlii department cnlN attention tn I the of the fuel that the reculstlon Stanford anil Danville pike 4 miles Industrie, lump I did not permit I vnr from Danville. ' ""' P"r,'1"i' "f wool In thf creat wool These farms will be subdivided or tno iiockt mntimnin and rolil in tracts tu suit the pur- irrowiiiir Mitre t region eieept In tin and I'ncllli' chasers, and remember Swinehroail ,hh or riiif or ie man ...... I'un,.. "ALWAYS SKI.LS" and always All larger dp. were required each. 11,1. region prod,..--- . somethinK which appeals to the he c..i,.gn.H Don't forget the dates. nhont two-thirpurchaser. of the entire wool , Look up the advertisements giving clip nf the country, which wa. about 2.17.0ii0.0i)rt pound. In IMS. (irower. In descriptions of these farms. thecn.tern stale, were urge.1 to pool and consign their wool, and many of them .11.1 o. Since the government I paid the dealer, n fixed coiml.l,in on consigned wool. eice.. profit, could bei only on that part of the wool) The Cherry Branch Coal Company made which they bought outright. Therefore, i of Evarts, Kentucky, of which I am growem who comdgiic.1 their clip.' a partner, has leased a tract of land should not expect to recele refund... that contains about 340 acres of coal Since the government control of wool i with sufficient timber for mining has ceu.ed the work of the department purposes, and the seams of coal are of agriculture In thl. connection con-- l the richest coal field in Kentucky, .1st. only of audltlnc the record, nml from 38 to CO inches thick, located in account, of approv.il wool dealer., the. collection of any profit, which theyj mile of rail road. may ha.e made In exec of lhoe perIn order to put in an mitted under the regulation of the f operation, we ure otrering for sale wnr liiilii.trle. lioanl. nn.l the uiMri-hutln- n 2B0 shares of stock vat $100. per by the deiartinent nf ngrlcnl-tur- e' share. nf the.e prollt. directly tu the We should easily find u market in grower, tipon whcue wool the profltrt Garrard for our coal on a live and were made nlierever the Identity of the wool can be traced. let live plan. Permits Issued to Wool Dealers. Any one looking for a place to inThe war Industrie, board lsued iter- vert his money, would do well in inmlt. to nhont 3..r.no "country" dealer, j vestigating this proposition. authorizing them to buy wool nirectly I also have for sale 80 acres of from the grower. Permit, weie also land that contains 400 acres of coal. Issued to 17! "dlktrlhnllng center" The seams running from 38 to HO dealer, who had facilities for handling inches in thickness, four miles from wool In large quaniltle. and innt nf end of rail road with prospects of whom were located on the eastern searoad being extended through or by board near the center, of wool manuraid tract of land in the near future. facture. ThcMe larger dealer, were required ti handle wool on cnnvlgnment Also one lot 40 by 00 feet with from either growers or country dealers store-hous- e 25 by 40 feet and living ami were also peniilllcl to buy from , by side and up stairs. Also country dealers direct, or from grower I rooms one small building on lot 25 by 40 through their agent. Blank form, calllns for n detailed feet, suitable for Barber shop and pool room, located in the middle of accounting huve been xent by the dethe mining town known as Black partment to both clauses of dealers. Mountain, near Evarts, Kentucky, Iteporta have been received from nltoiit fl.000 nf the country dealer, and about This is one of the most progressive one-hal- f nf the denier In distributing mining plants of its size in Harlan center. The taking over of the wool County, with two hundred houses by the war department was completed completed, two hundred under conno recently that many of the larger struction and plans for four hundred dealer., bate been unable to prepare their report, at an curlier date. The more. I proceeding An ideal location for any one de auditing of these report as rapidly it It can be done with the siring to go in business. limited force available for assignment I would be safe in saying .that to this work, (be department says. there is 125 in circulation in Harlan County to $1. in Garrard. Selection of Seeds. Every former should study and proIf interested, wTtte or see, ALEX J. CREECH, mote methods that will Insure larger Box 320. Lancaster, Ky. crops and better quality. Close selec(adv) tion of teed pny big profits. t' Let's Furnish Garrard County Her Coal. In requeptlni; eronoim tA9kr.itiler ratltiR ami adhirrnce to the man; mte and r mutations made nere--r- .r give to nn nation that hai betn nt nar to note that the KavernUH lit ut thi bu. I'nitrd Stairs In not the cnljr roirtn $2. men hlh In BiUlrlnK It" feofle to Ue well, work well nd nave well. the ea Knrland Our allf acro la urlnr, the unit, uf li.r people In thrllt unit ratine, to keep the In j of that rountry from decllnlti;, whl h would lii'.in disaster and lonisei period of reconstruction. In a Memorable speech made by King Cruise, not long since. In l.on don, he raid. "With the end of the war a great chapter In the history of our countrj Is closed. A new era which Is open W D. MARKSRURY. Lusk. In hfnr. on l.rtnr.. It. nm.it I..L. Mr W I) Marksbury cLcd of .lis ol and the same qualities which li.il Mr J. Frank l.u.k, formerly lurried us to lctory will be needed Hu.tonsville, but more recently of case, intant to old age at the home W Swopc, of Danville, in full miasure for the work of Baltimore and Murcle Shoal,, Ala., of Mr J The spirit of unlou, self He home of his mother, Mr.. Tuesday morning nt f o'clock. u rlficlliK and patience which our peo died at the Sun- had been ill for many weeks with no pie displayed durlni years of fighting, Alice Lusk, at llustonvillc lnl hope of recovery, ns was advised will still be riq.iued If we are to reapj day morning, burial taktmr plire the He wa, HI! years by hi, phvsician. the full benefit of the peace which we' following afternoon in the lorfl leni-try- . us n man of ex nf age and a member of the Forks Mr. Lu-- k hare won. And those great qualitle.l this church in urt be reinforced by the hoinller ir cellent nullities, true to hi. friends church having joined ' nn.l exceedingly tues uf Industry and thrift. For when a boy and has been vitally con (excrpt "As was Inetltable In the proreu the pnt few year, he was connectetl necte.l with It ever since, tion of the war, we tittle been litem. with the Krllottg Construction (,'om-pun- for n short period when he moved largely on our capital Now that w. lainraster ami stood wr hueh with his his membership to the are at peace again our country uitteni employer He held the office Rantut church) ly demands frum et-r-) iltutn tlie Li uf niprriremlent of the S. S. anil He i, survived by hir mother, most economy In oldrr to make the wife and little .laughter, "tie was tencher of the Itible class for use of the resources whiih our brt msrv" ear,. He had u v.id- - circle of nation posse. ses, and strenuous ami sister, Mrs. Freeman, nf Baltimore Sam l.uvk. ef friends being of a social disposition unremitting Industr In order tu in and a brother. .Mr rd he w never happier than when sure the greatest po'Mbt production Florida of the nece.sarjr conminditl-Without He wa, n nephew of Mrs. Emma havintc his friends at his home or lte these we isnnot hoe to maintain the Knulfmai, of this city. A large i'r-rl- e ing in the some of his friends. The high position In the industrial and of friend, will mourn his passing ehurf h ha indeed lost a member that e tommerclal world, wluib we held nway ami extend to the stricken fi.n-il- y will be greatly missed, and whoe the war. I am confident that the place will be hard to till He was a their slncerest svmpathy ancient and sterling lrlues of the christian gentleman of the highest llrltlsh people will nut tall us In our TEATER. 'type and was nlwavs ready to do hour of need After a lingering illness Mr. John 'cverthing for the advancement of The confidence etpres.ed that the , English pfople would bend eiery ef X. Teatrr died at the home of Ins h, emirrh and the cause of his Mn-fort In the Interest uf their lountry's laughter. Mrs. T. O Hill, ut Buck- ter The nearest relative is a half weal Is splendid, and we of America eye, on Sunday Sept. 2S, luiy, at ',iter. Mr? II. K. Swope of Danville. should gl'e the same assurance to tht !, M. He had Uen in declin- who was devoted to him and who world that we will not allow our roiu ing health for several month,, hav- nursed him thru his illness. Itcv merclal Interests to falter uf Danville conduct ing lost his f)csight and sutTcrcd Waller. To work together, united for tht from a complication of dleac. led the funeral services at the church welfare of our countryto be eionural He was in the born Wet. 7, lii.lfi. His first after which he was buried na, ,nd marriage wa, to Margaret Burton, cemetery at this place. Mrs, Swope a,r(. , b, no cbilfe of has the sympathy of her many thH plan for each Indlrldual to she having died in 1HTI, to this union of her He after friend, in the berenvnient was horn one daughter. jt)ow ' Reynolds brother " n"w b',,'r in wards married Elizabeth She preceded him to the Burton. "Dr,u louaj iUu wu , ,nr u. BURNS, CUTS AND SORES. government. The securities of War grave eight years ago. He leaves to Savings Stamp, and Treasury Savlifs mourn his lo one daughter, .Mr.. T Ileal readily if FAHItlS' II KALCertificates which she offers, bearing 0. Hill and one brother, Mr. Allen IS' (5 REMEDY You applied. is 4 per tent interest, compounded quarTeater, four grand-ihildreand make it at home and save the ditTrr terly, are as sound as the Rock of ' seven great grand children, besides ence. A good thing to keep on hand Gibraltar. a host of friends. He was n member at all times, (let it today, you may of the (!unn, Chupel M. E. Church need it tomorrow. W. S. S. IN SUNDAY SCHOOLS. where his funeral and burial took W. A. DK'KEKSOS', Uncastcr Ky place on .Monday afternoon. adv. to Become Nw Government Securities ' a Part of Endowment DORTON. Fund. .Mrs. Talitha Dortuii passeil away at her home last Friday morning in At the slate tonnllon of the. Kfn-- j fiOth year of her age. Her tucky Sunday Scbools Association, the Lexington, Ky , Sept. .10. Chief of and the held In Ashland, Ky., last mouth, the death came unexpectedly following resolutions were passed by near relatives were unprepared for l'ulice, IE. II. I'ayne, shows a reduc demise. Mrs. Dorton tion of fifty per cent in fine, and a unanimous tote of tbe delegates pres-- her sudden ent, representing the Sunday schools hud been complaining of her foot for reduction of nearly seventy per cent of the state: some lime, when a physician was in the number of arrests singe June "We Indorse tbe moteiuent lnaugu- - culled she walked out on the porch In his report for the month of Aug rated by tbe United States Treas-- . for him to lance it, after which blood ust Just made public. The figures ury Department for the. organization poisoning set up ami caused her for the two months show u consider of Thrift Societies among the. people I aide drop in the number of polic.t and recommend tbe organization uf a dentil. Those who knew Mrs. Dor-tu- n intimately speak of her us a court warrants issued, ns well us in Thrift Society In erery Sunday school good christian woman, a good neigh- lines paid by defendants. of the State." The total of arrests for June was Not only was thl if solution passed, bor and doing many deeds of charbut thlr moteraent Is made as a port ity. When the end was so near she H4 and In August the total dropped Sunday school wotk, and In had to whisper, one of the children to 258, Fines and costs collected of the many counties stamps am being pur- said "mother, how is it with your during June totalled $I,H37.U8, and chased and rent to the Kentifcky Sun soul?" It is well with to onlv my soul in August this amounted day School Association to form part I Georgia and I nm prepared to meet tl) 10.10. "Private stocks" laid nway of the endowment fund. Later, when my Savior." Mis. Dorton leaves n during the month of June account "m', m'u"'; th" 'und,1 he Invested and the Income will j husband and ten children, this being for quite a number of the ti.I drunks be used for some new work among tho first death in the family, Mrs. before the police court, but many of Ii. K. Sucuke, Mrs. Joe 1'ollar.l, Mrs. them were caused by violation of the tbe children. (leorgc IlutTman, Messrs Albert, Jim law by the former saloon keepers mid WHAT YOUR QUARTERS WILL DO. and Kinnaird Dorton of Marksbury, bootleggers, who happened to have a Mrs. Leslie Huffman of Lexington, supply unit charged excessive price, Just one Thrift Stamp after another Mrs. Church of Crab Orchard, Mrs. for it. will build a fortune or a hospital, and Clayton Marsce, Mrs. John Collier of EASIER NOW THAN LATER. She was a member of the humble Thrift 8tamp la helping to develop a nation of fortune-builders- . the Forks church, Rev. C. I), It is easier to break up n cold or Tbe government stands back of these Strother of Lancaster officiated nt check a cough now than it will he builder and has recently declared Its the grave in tho presence of u large later. Persistent coughs thut "hang intention to continue the sale of Thrift concourse of friends, ufter which on" nil winter pave the way for serStamps, War Savings Stamps and Treasury Savings Certificate! at a her remains were laid to rest in the ious throat unci lung diseases. L. W. cemetery. Lancuster Their many Day, 05 Campbell Ave., K., Detroit, permanent part of the national finanfriends sympathize with the family Mich. writes.Koley'a Honey nnd Tor cial policy. great bereavement, especial, relieves one of in their bronchitis very Don't bury your savings. Plant then ly the husband who is bedridden, and quickly, In War Savings SUtrnr and waUfc he will miss her tender care more R. K. McROUERTS, Drug-gist- . than the rest. tken grow. t. adv. ,, ,,, ,., ,f,fl ,,, "' 'r, '"""""t How Prohibition Has Cut Ashland Arrests. 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 2. 1919. SECTION 2 TIIIRTIETIIIYKAR NUMBER 37. FIRE AND Walking Under Difficulties. ACCIDENT Day. 0, 1). Prevention T1IU 'A UNIVERSAL i;U!tSDAY, h- - OCTOBER 1919. CAR llumimltlr .lumen ui'ir rf Kcnturky, in n nf thin ilnte, Mink, procla- Imi drsiKnntcil Here ii the Fori! Runabout, a perfect whirlFits into the dally life of wind of utility. everybody, anywhere, everywhere, and all the time. Tor town and country, it h all that its in cost of name implies .1 Runabout. Icration ; low in cost of maintenance, with nil the sturdy strength, dependability and for which Ford can arc notvd. We'll Iw c pleased to have your order for one or m ire. hac about cvcrythinK in motor car acces- Mirjc, ami ahvavs have a full line of genuine l ord parti give genuine l'ord service. tin NINTH DAY OP Ot TOIlKli, 1919 AS PIUK AND AtTIDKNT I'ltU- the VENTIO.V DAY. tlimuiiliftut In or Ciimmuiiutnlth of Kentucky. in ll.is rihmI work der tii to the fullest extent, we request iinil our cities, towns nml villntre thru-ur- e that the mnjoM iinil tilTicials of out tin- - State nUo issue n prorliimii- anil lire tion for a Kencnil rlan-u- i (irevt ntion ilay on Thursday, October Hth, llclico me, I suffered from stom ach nnil bowel trouble right. Thi weakened me so that I could scarce ly walk. I could do no work. This win my condition when I started Kemedy taking Mayr' Wonderful Now I on the ndice of a friend. am working every day and feel bet-- 1 tcr than I ever did in my life. It is the only medicine that ever touched pre me." It is a simple, harmless paration that remove the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract nnd allays the inflammation which rau-e- s' all stomach, liver and its-- 1 I ..Helically toKtinnl ailments, including appendior citis. One dose will convince U. P.. McItob- money refunded. erts, druggist, Luncastt r, Ky, ndv. GUNN'S CHAPEL. of Richmond I j Western Electric Light AIND POWER SYSTEM COMPLETE. WATER Wise Pipe and Pipe-les- s Furnace Bastin Brothers, DG Haseiden Bros. ; Hlfll IS Garane r3 NORTHERN Wo appeal tn all civic limlii-- i such ur lioanls of Tnnle, Chambers , of Commerce, Committee on Pire Women's Clubs, HousewiScout Orcanira-Imih- . ves Hoy anil (!irl Superintcnilents, principals ami teachers of public, pmate ami anil parochial schools, lire thief member of their ilcpartments to inch put forth hi best effort on that lay for the pretention of fires anil ' ease in the of Commonwealth h ntucky We ask the Muor or Chairman of the lloanl of Council of each city ami town throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky that they request the minister of the gospel of all ilenoni-(natio- n in their towns to call the attention of their conirreuations, from their pulpits, to the importance of this "Clean Up" ilay, at their meet the Pire anil iriKS Sumlay Accident Prevention Day, anil to urge their the with tity anil state authorities in this Mork. Let u all unite in this effort to make Kentucky lire, incident ami liscasf proof. T H. I'ANNP.I.I.. State Pire Marshall. PROFIT Mr Dock Simpon was. iicre Sunday. Lancaster, Kentucky. , Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Poster were In Lancaster Thursday. Mis Annie Dailey spent Sunday with Mis Allelic Hurt. Mis Ilessie Teater was ill a part of last week with tonsilitis. Mr. John Ijind sold two calws to Mr. Ilurdettc Dailey for $70. , i ffiekWi&in&l I COAT Eft I Mrs. Maggie Whlttaker was a iter of Mr. Elizabeth llurton, Wiley II. llurton i mine for a visit with her vis- -' pjmcr 1 Mr. in Jessa-- ) WW) RrW rFOT I (iPAINiNG PROCESS .. . I.. ;, A ' Urfi Wm IN YOUR LOCALITY lor r.rrthia parent. oneroid soft wood or previously fhuhej Hours, doors, woodwork and furniture. Washable; heelpruof; look and Wears lile real hard wood finish. Costa about 3 cents per square fuot. Directions on each can. Learn to grain in 5 minute at Hi these simple operations anyone can apolv beaut If ut hardwood effects Mis Mary Lee Kurtz was a guest Sunday of Mis Ilernice llroaddus. Mr. and Mr. Claude Sparks spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sut ton. Mr. and Mr. Walter Hast and children iitcd Mrs. Mattie Harvey Sunday. alis Allelic Hurt spent several day last week with Mrs. Arthur Dailey. purchased Locker Mr. Walker some hog from Mr. D. Fothcrgill at $ rj.no. THE tbe CHI-NAM- STORE wi vrrJ courtii inttrett and horatvt't made o( HMfcUrtf, aj tiet for urutrun to applr ftVKC ycniiAre hw finj CVntM Oil by our cil pu. O. (juatQtcci lor la THC OHIO VARNISH COMPANY, CLEVELAND. McROBERTS DRUG STOPE. SEED RYE TEST 99 PER CENT Car Load Just Received. Garrard Milling Company IrmmmfmrmmnxtnreKmxamKmmw sro i I 1 (!) 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, g KENTUCKYS THEY WILL SOW ANY GRAIN AC- I l I I l CURATELY LARGE OR SMALL. SEE US FOR ANYTHING YOU NEED. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS ; RIGHT. i BECKER BRYANTSV1LLE, and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. James Sander. A number ofhc young folk of Messrs Walter Pain and Sammle are Clay polgcr purchased tome nice this community with the school children in preparing t;i ewes from Mr. Lucy Carroll. program to be rendered nt the v Mr. and Mr. Coleman Locker and a school house on Friday evening of were the guests of Mr. and daughter, thi week at 8 o'clock. The public Mrs. J nines Matthews Sunday. i cordially invited. in Mr. Squire Underwood and fam- Mr, and Mrs. Clarence McCulley ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. entertained the following Sunday: Tommie Underwood of Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. Lewi McCulley and Lucy Whlttaker und daughMr. family, and Joe Ray und ter, Kutheryn, were the guest of children. Ms nnd Mr. Lige McMil.Mr. Mr. Pork school Friday afternoon. Scolts lan und son, Mr, nnd Mrs, und Mrs. Mr. I.ovic Crow of Jessamine was Lucas Poster and children and Mr. the guest of her mother Mr. Miry William Fain. Clouso Saturday night and Sunday, Mr. Nannie Mobcrley was the THEY GET ACTION AT ONCE. week end guest of her daughter, Kidney Foley Pills Invigorate, Mrs. Johnson Speakc of Mt. Hebron. strengthen and heal inactive, weak Mesilamcs Kssic Vaught and Vir- and diseased kidneys and bladder. ginia Simpson were uftcrnoon call- Mrs 0. J. Ellis, COS 8th. Av.,SIoux er at Mrs. Kemp Walker Wednes- Falls, S. I)., writes: "I suffered with day afternoon. kidney trouble; used to have severe We were very much disappointed pains across my back and felt miserthat Brother Severn could not be able and all tired out, but after takBrother ing Foley Kidney Pills I urn well." with us this time. Hut It. E. McROBERTS, Druggist. Thompson delivered a very interest- Kay were Mr. and Mrs. Homer guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter Sunday. Sir, Wesley Simpson has purchased frum Mr. Went Smith hi farm on Poor I'idge. Miss Hernice Teater spent Tuesday night with Mis Bert Dailey on the Wolf Trail. Mr. Prank Land spent the week mil with homcfolks, returning to COY Lexington Monday.' Mr. nnd Mr. Marion Hurt and I ill at this Mrs. Kddic Simpson family were guest of Mr. and Mrs. writing. Lige Hurt Sunday. Mr. IMdic Vaught spent Friday Mr. J. M. Amon sold some of his with Mr. Robert Vaught. thorobred Poland China shoots to through Most all the farmer are Mr. Floyd Humphrey. cutting and housing tobacco. Mr. and Mr. Harvey Teater spent Mr. Abe llurton was the guest of Court Day with Mr. and Mrs. K. II, Mrs. V. I.. Sander Wednesday. Chandler at Ijincuster. Mr. Dillard Uttrcll was with his .Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks, Mr, and Sunday. father Mr. James Littrcll Mr. Jesse Casey spent Sunday with Mrs. Jume Sander was the pleas- Mr. and Mr. Herman Doolin. ant guest of her mother, recently. Messrs J. M. Amon and Angle was visiting Mr, John Sander received some sheep Sunday. Sunders have friend here Saturday and purchased from Illinois parties. Quite a large crowd from here atMr. and Mr. Hughey Moberley Monday. tended court at und little daughter spent Sunday Mediums of near Prank Mr. Uirue with Mr. and Mr. Harvey Teater. fort was with his mother Wednesday Mesdame Tilden Hoover and Otto night. of Teatersville and Mr. Coleman Locker was the Simpson motored to Danville Miss Ivu Thursguest of Mrs. Josie Matthews Wed- Hollon day. nesday. Messrs W. T. Moberley, John W. Mr. William Clyde Sanders spent Saturday with his mother Mr. Mary Dailey, Newt. Hardin, Dewey Dailey anil John Land were in Richmond A. Sander. Friday, Mr James Littrcll was the guest of Mr. Ross, Miss Lucy Ross, Mr. hi daughter Mr. Andrew Simpson Charlie Ros und family, Mr. and Sunday night. and Miss Inez Land and friend Mrr. Prank Land Mr. Ilarl llronddus were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Hiram Land. our profit by You can increase King them II. A. THOMAS' STOCK I'.P.MP.DY. Heinoe worms, tonic anil tonditioner, causes your horses, cattle and sheep to get all the food value out of the grain that Is fed them, W A. DICKP.KSON, Uncaster Ky. adv. INSTOCK. Frost- Superior - Fence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. THONAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. I ! THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR in every The Chevrolet Motor Cnr is respect. IJuilt for service anil comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. U. Factory. A car loud of these American Heautiea just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted, as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. ing sermon instead. L dv. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 2 1919. COMMISSIONER'S corner of Robert Broaddus; thence poles to with his line N 30 W 10 a stake corner of the 24 acre tract thence to include same N 29 4 W 9.15 chains to n lynn tree on South tv side of n ilrain; thence IN zi l!.57 chains to n thorn stump and on North edge of said locust pointer aj i.s v i.;m cnnins ilrain; thence to the beginning, containing 35 nrrr ninre of less. The purpose of the sale Is to divide tne proceeds mercoi among me joint owners ol same. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve month ami the purchaser will be required to cxc cute bonds with approved security for tho purchase price, due fit six and respectively, and months twelve bearing six per cent Interest from date until paid, having the force mid effect of n Judgement upon which execution mav 1uc. pajnble to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and u lien will be reserved upon the property rfold until the purchase money is paid. W, II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. 11 Tomlinson, Atty for Pltfs. GRASSHOPPER IS Cw SALEJF VS. LAND HOST INJURIOUS Sometimes Appears' in Sufficient Numbers to Consume Every Green Thing in Sight. DRY WEATHER (.ACRAIil) CIIICUIT COURT. Garrard Hank and Trust Co.. et nl Tlmmixnn j'iaintitTs. dersigned Commissioner will sell nt public auction on the premises on TUKSDAY. OCTOBKi: 7, 1919, at 10 o'clock A. ' the real estate mentioned In the pleadings anil described at follows! JTi Garrard ('6unty, Kentucky, on the waters of Taint l.ick Creek, and wOTicd" a follows: Tract No. 1. Itcginnins at a stake, nt n fallen lynn on the bank of said creek, above the mouth ofn Bolton' llranch, and comer to Wheeler: and Marion IVcwitt; thence with rrewitt's line (old calls) W lOlt iioles to a hickory rK N stump thence N (10 W PC pole to a stake on a hill, corner to Hynum: thence with same N 14 4 K TJ polPine fcr Company. es to the center of Wheelers Spring I had glicn ii friend n recipe for a branch; thence up the same with its meanders S 79 4 W 7 poles S B2 pudding. I'll'' day I was at her hiii W 22 poles to a stake near an elm with otcnil others and at dinner tho pudding was crtcil. The woman next corner to Jas. Wheeler: thence S poles to u locust at a stone to me remarked limv nice It was and E 125 fence, si new division corner to Lot I ".aid. "Vr. anil It Is o cheap." lit cry No. 2; thence with a wire fence S one at the table Mulled. I'.xt hnnge. poles to a post with apXS E 11 ple tree pointer: thence down the K 33 poles to a lo43 Method of Faking Violins. hollow S A i hi tin wlili Ii has been made for cust by a drain: thence down said l drain S 22 K 14 4 poles to a thorn lh.it by In their E 14 poles to light a L 1 modern lnlin It will no-locust: thence S 8 an elm and double wild cherry at an- quire the ehnrnclerl-ll- c tune .if a genother drain; thence down said drain uine Slrad. the nf the rajs In S 80 K 44 poles; thence S l!l5 E 38 n few hours ageing the nnul liy Mime poles to a stone at n rock fence on fill years. East side of Bolton branch about 4 poles above n spring; thence' down On Discarding the Old. Norton II ran en: wun us me.uuura. V 4.1 K 24 noles N 57 E 12 iol The great discard the nhl tiecntv E 25 poles to the beginning 77 It has been found Insufficient nr fale, containing 72 2 acres more the Mnall Immhh,' it l nhl. While the less. former Is Influenced by rcavm, the lat at Trnrt Nn. 2. llemnning l (.cuius wants to iln h dlgilt. stone, at u rock fence on the Eas ter : he wh inure than Its prcleee-.o- r ;. nf Rolton's Branch, about apes genius merely nicthlng differ poles above a spring, corner to Lot ent. lie. tio. l; tnence wun lines 01 t.ot .o. 1. 1111 .1 ilrain N 111! W 38 poles; thence N 80 W 44 poles to an elm Famous Caves Change Owners. and double wild cherry on said The Tlll.twhlm eaves ami the Great drain; thence up the drain leadin1 i:inhe at Swnnnge were offered by auc W in from the North N 8 poles to a thorn locust: thence N 2 tion nt Itiiiiriieiiiniith, Kiizhtml. but poles to n black locust faileil tu find a pun havr. nltho'igh the W 14 Great (liho and linrlfMou Mend Cii-t- le W 33 noles to thence N 43 apple tree pointer; thence were knmkeil !nn fur HMi. Th post, with Park etnte. mi which the with a fence N 88 W 11 2 poles to Hurle-tn- n a locust at a stone fence; thence landmarks are situated, had pretlnu t, ly been nffereil as a whole, but had with stone fence (old calls) S 1! 3-- 4 poles to a stake; thence N 87 failed to 11 nil a purchaser. K W l.i poles lo a Slake; tnence o 39 tioles to a stake on line of thi Cultivate the Memory. lower of Emeline Sebastian: thence Back nf the Idea nf eultlvallng with the same S 87 E 13 poles to a memory I the keener eitgs It puts nn sugar tree stump; thence b 58.7 poles to an elm bush, corner to the brain generally, whhh l the mak . r. is ing nf the more aftractlie person. Is same; thence witn same a poles to the center of Boltons there anything duller than a wnmnn Branch; thence down the same with Mho l Jnt too laiy minded to try to its meanders, N 42 4 E 21 poles N remember r.ame and p!.nc and hn lit! t. about in K 44 poles .N 47 lefer constantly tn a third persnn 2t) poles to the beginning, containing fur aid In telling nn Incident? Ex' 4(5 or less. acres, more Said land will first bts offered in ihange. separate tracts ami then as a whole. and the Commissioner will accept the Searching Queitlont. bid or bids realizing the most money About what am I now ctnpliivlng my The purpose of the sale is to set' tie the estate of Mary J. Simpson nnn wml? On exery neeaslnn I muit deceased, and divide the proceeds ak inyvelf t 111" U'tliin. and Inquire: thereof among the joint owners of What ham I mm' In thl part nf me whli h they call the ruling principles same. TERMS. And whne mill hae I now? That nf The sale will be made on a credit (hlld. nr nf ti nung man. nr nf af six and twelve months and the feehle wntn.iu, nr nf a tymnt. nr nf purchaser, or purchasers, will be re dnm"!!!- - animal, nr nf a wild beat? auired to execute bonds with up. Marcus Aurellu. proved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelve months respectively and bearing six per Permanent Colors. cent interest from date until paid, Ancient Egptlaus had a marvelmis having the force ami effect of knnulctlze nf nliirs( und they under judgment upon which execution may 'tiHul fully h.it nlir would lat. In issue, payable to W, II. Brown, Kgviitlan liatisrl the grnuud cnl Master Commissioner of the (iurrard ihe Circuit Court, and a lien will be re r are as gnni ns eer they were. served upon the property sold until The K;.iptlun wnrkeil their outline In lampblack, ilay fur their the purchase money is paul. W. 11. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C whlti's, ferruglnnus earths fur their red. iHhre fur their yellows, und fur 11. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for I'ltTs iMi they used perhaps green J:iper mixed blue larhnnate nr cupper ulth im lire. All tlie, tutors are per COMMISSIONER'S maiieiit. Il.ivis. et nl. Defendants, Pursuant to n judgment rendered at tlic August Term, vjiv, me un- FAVORS YOUNG i . J ' Hoppers Arc Active and Able to Jump Amott Immediately Upon Emer- genee From Eggs Three Method of Control. (Prepared by the Unite,! States rVrart- ment of .Krteufture Tlio periodical cicada, nn lnoct al most nnlversally inlscalleil the locust, litis a bad reputation, lint the destrnctlon It causes !. negltglhlp compared lo that wrought by grasshop pers which, by the way. are true members of the locust family. The cicadas have been blnnnil for much nf the work of the grasshoppers. Tlnlh the young and nhl hoppers gnaw and devour the grain crops wholesale, and work In large snarms which sometimes attain sufficient mini-- , hers to consume almost etery green thing In sight. Dry weather ordinarily fators the successful hatching of tUe eggs mid the suhM'nucnt detelnpinent nf the hoppers, whll,, cimiI, wet weather, as rule. Is unfavnrable, and gnmhop-- ' pers often die In great numbers from I tllene when weather conditions of' this character prevail. The grashn-per- s lay their eggs In the soil, the banks nf Irrigation canals being favored for this activity, and the young appear the following grasshoppers prlng. In some of the Southern and Southn extern states the hoppers emerge n early as February, while In tho northern territory the eggs are not ' hatched before the middle of May nr the first part of June. The young grasshoppers Are active ami able tn hop alumst Immediately upon emergence from the eggs. In TO to PO days they attain maturity and develop wings. Hence the time for the farmer to attack the pest Is during Its young stages. Three Methods of Control. There are three methods nf controlling according to spe--j clallsts of the United States department of agriculture destruction of the eggs, catching the Insects In the fields by traps, nnd ne of poisoned baits. Wherever the ground containing the gnihnpper eggs should be laid at Sale J. B. (Rome) Ruble's 3 Fine Farms adjoining; Three Sets of Improvements, at ciliig Buena Vista, Garrard County, Kentucky, Three miles of Lexington and Nicholas-ville'pik- e !.! AUCTION Tuesday, Oct 7th, 10:30 A. M. ON THE PREMISES. ON THE PIKE, CLOSE TO GRADED SCHOOL. LISTEN FOLKS:-- WE NEVER DREAMED OF 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 CONSOLIDATED BRICK SCHOOL BUILDING. THE OWNER KNOWS WHAT THIS LAND WILL DO ,s AND SELLS ON G r SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiffs. R. A. Casey, et al, VS. Defendants Walter Casey, et ul. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at the August Term, 1919, the un dersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction on the premises on WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1919. at 2 o'clock, I'. M., the real estate mentioned in the pleadings nnd de scribed as follows. In Garrard County, Kentucky, on That tired, wom-ou- t fedinir is the waters of Taint Lick Creek and cauicd by s n ivttem. Beginning nt bounded us follows: You need n iron tonic to rebuild a sugar tree, corner to Mrs. Tim tiiiue quickly to send rich, red Logan: thence with her line (old blood courting thru your boJy to W 11.94 chains call) N 89 to u upply the dementi that lute stone, corner to same; thence with become exhausted. same S 1(! 2 E 18.85 chains to the (sugar tree eml of a stone fence Acid Mineral stump now gone) on the North side ii ptetcribed by phytiruni in all of a branch, corner to same; thence catct where a tonic ii indicated, 4 E 0.0G with Rice Ross, S 34 bccauie it it the molt powerful chains to u stake about 0 feet lutuul iron tonic Lnown. Southeast of a wild cherry stump, A4 IfM rnlunl I. ptrpttti tr tut corner to said itoss unit 1, l asey Iimi it res, Irwa mil u4 tvnrt to tfiente to Include part of the T lulll nadmntl Irua i'tvm u U MiMirpt Casey tract, with Simpson S .'10 E lr itM4 la tbt .Hlirt .Mil 1. Rt to b CMlyW witk ctcatx.1 r poles to a willow on North kl pfrptr. 4 Utlk .ti,.lr UM !)( side of u drain, corner to dower; U lc.it iff t..M J titvM. tnence a new division line, with the Get a bottle from tour drug-- tt ( E 22 poles to the dower N 25 today, ttkc ai directed, and junction of two rock fences; thence la a few dayi you will notice an improiemcnt in your health. with u rock fence . SO W 7 3-- 4 W soles to an elm: thence" N GG riRROOINC CHEMICAL CORP. 21 3-- 4 poles to a locust at end of Rmh1i, VlrgbtU stone tencei thence with it wire For Sale by all Dujiiit feace N 48 E 20 poles to a post with double mulberry pointer, corner to dower and in Mrs. Hurt's line; tkence with Hurt's line N 44 2 W CumUriattd Crocsry Co., Jaactioa 18 4 poles to an angle of stone fence; tnence N 54 E 15 2 polei to City, Ky., WboUtsU Dletrlbtitors. Iron tul f Grasshoppers Feeding on Clover. thoroughly plowed or disked and harrowed in the fall, as these operations prerent the eggs from hatching the following spring. The bnpperdozer Is a mechanical control Implement nnd consists nf a galvanized Mioetdrmi pan or trough having it bark rMng at right angles to the pan. It Is about 11! feet In length and mounted on runners made of wnod nr old wagon tires. Hopper-dozer- s often are made nf n pan of galvanized sheet Iron, but the bark and side wings are usually built with wooden frame covered with stout lnu- -' lln or light cotton duck, thus lng lightness nnd elasticity of structure. The Injects hop Into this trap., which Is drawn across the Held by! horses. As many as .100 bushels of grasshoppers hare been sollected by I the use of hopperdozers on InO acres of alfalfa. How to Make Poisoned Bait. As ordinarily prepared, the bran bait Is composed as follows: Wheat bran. 23 (mumls; purls green, 1 isumd, or 1 mund; 8 fruits of white finely t Implied lemons or oranges; 2 e molasses; 2 to 4 quarts of gallons of water, according to climatic conditions. The bran nnd parts green or other arsenical are thoroughly mixed while dry. The fruits lire then finely chopped and added, und last the diluted molusses Is poured over the bait and the whole thoroughly Kneaded. This amount of poisoned bait Is suffi cient tn treat aliout three acres when first hatch. the grasshopper when they are nearly full growu, this amount will suffice for uIm.ii! the acres If Mnvn broadcast In strips one yard apart. Itlow files, robber files anil nigger wasps nil prey upon grasshoppers,! while wild birds, from the minute humming birds to the lnaminoth hawks, ' also assert u market control. Complete Information rclallre to crasshopier control Is presented In Hulletln 717, which has Just farmers' been reissued by the United States department of agriculture, a copy of which will he mallet free on request Young LONGTIME PAYMENTS. TERMS: you want it. FARM NO. 1 One third cash, balance on 5 years 1-4 time if has 96 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 real country home this is. adjoining, long level pike frontage, all iji grass, attractive 7 room frame dwelling, 1 stock barn, plenty of water, a home and a good farm complete. You will have to see it. FARM NO. 2100 acres, FARM NO. 3 85 acres of as good land as any where, lays well, on opposite side of pike from farm No l. Extra 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 D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE, Lancaster, Ky. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 2. 1919 INFORMATION GIVEN KVKWW. rVr 201 yiMM OOI.n MKrwr. trnarlem ff MiahiM hum inity to vlth4Mnl fit tack 1 nf kl1rit?v, llvir, MflildT and 8toma-troubles nn-- on diseiAt connect M with tlir ur.nary orKtris anil to build up ntnl reftorn to tifaith organ weakened by dUrafte. Tnii mont Important orrar. mut hi bcraun thy filter nn-- pnr.fv thi blood; unless they do their work you ure doom)) Wparinn. tier , nrvnuBticn, dfit(tidncy, brk- lie. stomicli trouble. talnfl In lht 1ntni anil Inwrr nti- domn, nrrivfl, dltTnulty hn urln.tti inR, rncuniaiif n, trinura nni iuniiicn rn you of triubtH whtj yn ir Kid all ne-yOOt.I) MUIMI llaarlm otl Cat Oil In &VT'13rTV.SVSK,SXS ABOUT EARTH WORMS Common Impression Is That They Arc Injurious to Lawns. Where They Become an Annoyanea Application of Kerosene Will Prove Beneficial Common White Grub Also Nuisance. SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF th remMy you need. T.ik three or four every day, The )WHr-- f dl noftki into the reiln and llnlt of tho tclilneys and driven out th potent. New Ufo tid health ni muey fol!w ur normal visor ln been re when tored conMiiuc treatn.'nt for i whIU to keep lourvelf In tundltlor. and pre vent i return of the dOea-ie- . Ihint wait iiTitll nu are InripahU f MiclitlniT. Ntir- - takjnic noun MIIDAI Ifnurlem Oil tan,ule, today Yourdnu frliit will therfully refund our monev If you are not natlinetl with Itu! be riure fo cet the original Import ed HUM) Mi;rAl. nnd arr-- ft no enh ittlttitfr. ti three alx. HealM pck At all druff atorei. buIm Ar plfnf trirparcl Sgarettes They Win You On Quality! Your enjovmcnt or Camels will be very great because their refreshing flavor and fragrance and mellowness is so enticingly different. You never tasted such a cigarette! Bite is eliminated and there is a cheerful absence of any or any ununpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e pleasant cigaretty odor I Camels are made of an export blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are y smooth and mild, but have that desirable and certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kindof tobacco smoked straight! full-bod- K hy rar'lmnrini kmiiiti juienlle anelern ni "llhln' iinrniK" hut I1I1 fa I her, ullli n particular prhle In n well kept lann, may reeatil Ihem 111 s. by a. UnltM si.iifi Dnurt-m- . nt of Asrletilttirp.) The Mlilili doy ithri Is preparine I" IWillie has n frlemlly feelllie fnr 18 cents a package ctfarrf t or rn a rrsj titanr'tin oirn(irf thit mtoitf wf frl tor (JO0 If The (niiiimin Imprenlnn l that eiirlliivnnai are Injurlmii In limns dm the Unlliil Statei ilep.irtuieut nf nsr (lillure, Ihrniieh Its bureau nf hiim that the iliiiuae Ii prob nbly lery tleht. In fact. It Ii belleieil that Imlenil nf belnc Injurlnin llieie iiorim nre Veally deneilel.il In lncrea iue the fertility nf Hip sell hi hrllielue tu the Hiirface sn friini a toner fleptli, iilel In lhl uny keeplne up lery llght but 011 mini tnp ilrenlne. Pinter Mime 1 IrcumMnncei It Is better thai the ivnrmi be extermlnnti-il- . thoiieh they are lint object bumble, on houie Ian 111. When they beenine tin- Draw A Check for tlia money youove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Girrard Back & Trost C Wm troilrham pl An oajf r. They know he it doing business in a busiress like ay. Uetter open such on account even It your afTairs are not large. They will crow all right. I The Garrard Bank & Trust Company C. a a LINDSET. R. ENOS SPENCER, P IAS. HARRIS. Give Camels the stiffest compare them with any the world at any price flavor, satisfaction. tryout, then 8 hi cigarette in for quality, how liberally you smoke Camels they will not tire your taste! No matter Se. VkPtml A n White Grub. Strange Animals. nf Mmn.t Kniing In Uuti- - h i' North M.im linn nlliil "f .rn li.tiil.nii Uutl " ''m.iry Tl'py nri" liirsvr Hum vi .u I'll tin rorkjr irluu nnil ills ld.' nf tin Mil- Hurtii. 'In- ri tit Miltirlrtit nnl Miiiiiui'r tlii'i - mlnti'r. fiKl fm tinAt tlif fiit Roughing It. Iti.l.i rl nml lil- - r.illii'r mTf Mrtiinl- I inn- - nliilil .nit in n inuntry 'lllrlii. Tliil nr h:i1 I roki ti down nml tlii-tn ln nil nluhl In n lull- - i.l.Hi-ii-l limnhlf "llli- - Imtiw Curilhiiil nil ktrntisi' tn IIhImti. nlm iiiih Mrlctlr ihllil. Winn In- - n tnriiiil h"iiii k rll 1 luiiril him till lit- Ullli- Wo frlt-m- l cri-itn "Sny, It lepl mi ii feather luil nml nlml In thilr illhi:ui mi tin' hull, iinrili." mernin on piiltlue ereeni nf Rolf I Ink R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. A vtzzv.unvt :N:nranATca institutiom Ihelr little earthen peMeti are of lcarnino nf nnmiyame. In kim Ii caei It Ii ni 321 CUTHRIE CTr.nCT, Ncrth cf PostofRcj Wiiulun-Salcm- , LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY N. C. by the ilepartuieiit eutn nuiiiiemleil mnlnelti that the mil be illl lli Ili-- Complete Course cf Commercial Vocational Trainins. Students Catalogue sent upon request. ii ltd kcrmene pinulslnn. TI1I1 treat secure Practical, Faying Results. metit eiiei ennil resullx aealmt tin common iihlte eruli, uhlch Is nlo at enemy tn lawns Saturatloe the nl suhllmaU wllll a solution nf Mandrvillc'j Giraffe. Walrus a Dig 3cJtt. Tlii iiti nifi' liiil .M.isUati mil rut l" Sir .Mm Miinilrillli' in In- - 'Trav. Ii nln riHoinnienileil, hut It yhonlil t : ii die in mi in mill nfli'ii ui'lulii iniiri'l ,'K" Kite tlil rl.tl.n of n giraffe, remeinhenil Hint thli prcparatlnu I ileiully polmn, nml the erratest can Mlilili he nll tluiii ii tint. A niilrin Hilt rm-ntljtierfiiuiiti" nr r - HiV- - "A Imift dj Hiine iili:ili-ueiir I'nliil liarOF LANCASTER. filiil, ami lli.il l a fhouhl be timl In Hi prcparatlnu am Ml immiiiiN, m,,rr !il;h than n tiiil, Inn he use. Three nuncei nf this Mihitanci run- hIiiih' dinil uelchiil littl,. nml Mil, Imludliii 'imjliath n neck tiirnly euhlti Inns, ami should he illsmlicd 111 tun quarts ol nr elaieil eie .iin.l i. I lie aiiliniil nail n KM 111 ur lie ma) look iiiit a (Trinl hkli li..u- iviitcr In Mime sln iililrh "111 not abiorb the polmn. Th. II fivt. i A. IS. DENNY. President. stock nillture nf this preparation J. E. STORM ES, Vice-Pres- t. Indian Jewels. for .".it eallnns nf nntrr. 01 Silly Old Superstitions. S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. we practically friiin t'hlna tn Imlhi msUnc In the hlchlamN nf SintUml It I" the capacity nf I ho nrdl chilli fim! the miiiIi. Iln-rJ. Ii. IIAICUIS, Individual Book-keepeoften U.ul Ink. n in a lerrllil) unliirk.i Men If a pil mIIIi Jewelry, miry oil barrel. This diluted tnlxturi riles Prank Ii. Car- r. HUGH MOBLEY, General hnuld be applied tn the laivn nt tin line nlmuM run betitrin the hrlilal pair In Ilmv the World NCInlhiil.' mi their midline d.i). anil drhlei tlll IentT. rate nf from 1!i In 'J enllnns to eacl nr their lleihllne ami That mini dy u ilnsle slrl In the lllnl square yard. In cae the laivn Ii jrntint lell the beei may urlcli inaiiy Safety Deposit Boxes leenrate the hliei fnr the ociinlnn, aijn iimuiitaliiH Rent. or newly establlilinl. A stronser ap nf lira-- ", hut plication, lint tn exceed three t'allnni the I'lillaiteli'hla .Nnrth Atnerleun. pounils. It l ometltueH of Knlil anil filler. In the WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. In part of Pngl.iml ami Seolhiml there can be used im nliler md. . xl-- li an umient fnr uhldi lei Wiley nf the Rimers there are women B. Swineproad, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, one tu know the reaMin, dy wIhi near metal rlnci In their nixes VALUE OF BARNYARD MANURE S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. iilileli :iit nf the midline cake Ii nml Noini Mho hnie filler belli much broken nirr the lieail nf the drlile and like sleleli belli faoteneil ahmil I heir toes. Prelection Necessary to Preserve Iti the euetn all bcramhle fur u pluce. Fertility Is Not Recognized by All Farmer. Commercial School THE NATIONAL BANK lllT, Capital 50,000. i Surplus $30,000. ni For Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR The valne nf barnyard manure da nlnayR been recosnlied, but the protec tion necessary to preserve the fertilltj nf the manure has not been reooetiUed The value nf manure on different mII Is lllnstmted dy experiments In differ ent parta of the Mate by the Missouri cclleee of iicrlcullure. As nn aveni of, all cxperlnients on outlylne field darnynnl manure has brnueht n retuni nf tl.is) 11 ton, nlthniieh on some of tin fields the return has exceeded $.1 Inn. On one experimental field the return lias been nt the rate of $4.10 a Ion. These experiments show that the farmer who Is not carlnc for his manure Is nverlooklnc a most Important sntirce of revenue. FERTILE SOILS FOR ALFALFA Crop Does Not Thrive on Land Deft dent In Lime Turn Under Sweet Clover In Fall. Alfalfa will not thrive on poor land, or thnt which Is deficient In lime. Kven soils that are moderately fertile ami produce eood nvcraee criiln crops will not produce profitable crops of alfalfa unless first limed and then planted In .meet clover, which de turned under while It Is ercen and Juicy In the fall or late summer. runners are loarnlne that It Is cheaper for lt.ctii to Htm their land than It Is for the western Kroner to Irrigate Ills fields. Of course, the emnlne of alfalfa must bo learned J11-- 1 the same us any other crop with Mlilcli one in not familiar. CLOVER STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE We arc equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. We have installed battery charger nml nre now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Kngine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will bo 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. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction SEED AND HAY CROP Pennsylvania Farmer Does HI Cutting When Most of Head Are Filled and Brown. A crop of seed and of bay ran be ninile from the second crop of clover Jut ns well ns only one crop, accord-Iue- , In the experience of a lVnn,i farmer. In Ida practice the crop U cut when most of the beads ore llllid mid brown. It Is then cured In the usual way fnr bay and when eood and dry the bullers will (ret out all I be seed as well as If the stalks were lend iiud uentherdenten. Tde result-Iu- e buy. while not nf the dot quality, Is i err Rood und the qitllv will cat It m il to the l.il bit. KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phone 31. PAINT LICK, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 2 1919. The GARRARD COUNTY-THR- 247 ACRES EE James N. Denny Farm LANCASTER-RICHMO- ND MILES FROM PIKE On L. and N. Railroad at Point Lcavcll. AT AUCTION FRIDAY, OCTOBER lOth, 10 O'CLOCK. This is one of the very best farms in Garrard County. Lots of "folks" have tried to buy the Jim Denny farm, but it has never been on the market till now. A Beautiful Home. Splendid residences with sloping lawn and large shade trees right to pike. Barns and all out buildings. Attractive to every passer-by- . WILL BE SUBDIVIDED AND "SOLD" IN SEVERAL TRACTS. Either 10 or 25 acres with the residence,' or as much more as you want. Several unimproved tracts with fine buildings sites. We always sell to suit the purchaser. Railroad station and shipping point right at the farm. A lot of Virgin Soil. Has been in the Denny family for more than a generation. What is this farm worth? The bidders on day of sale will answer, as my or limit." Everybody gets a square deal at my sales, that is one contract calls for an "Absolute sale without reserve, d reason why Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS". What is the use of further description. Look this farm over before day of sale, it will appeal to you. You will want to own a part or all of it. It has all the advantages of Location, Improvements and Quality of Soil. Close to Lancaster with its 3 Banks, Churches, Markets, Loose Leaf Warehouse, The Best Graded and High School in Kentucky. ' For further particulars and to show you the farm see R. G. Woods, Paint Lick Ky., Woods Walker or Robert Walker, or by-bi- Or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. SWINEBROAD, Some People Never -mix-lou- t, THE RE AL ESTATE LANCASTER, MAN KENTUCKY. ELECTION For School Dally Thought. Eliminated. l'hllonphy I nothing but dNerctlon. Marie nml Helen were playing house John Sclden. R11II1 Joined them. They one day, when were not particularly anxious tf scr ' her that day. anil finally said, "Well, Dally Thought you ran be the maid and llils Is your My favorite temple Is an bumble day out." Nebraska Awjtvnn. heart. Ualley. Get Tired. "Trench. Italian and lb mum are the "Jlnrjorlo hat been nklns me dally tanzuaget pukeii In Swltzrr-lauhmv much longer he would haw to iblef cnih prcdomliiutlii:; In perilous wait before .he could so n trhool. borderlne the ropitlte eountrlc. When iitklne her why w hu m she wald, 'To to Hied mother, of Correspondent Answered. belnc iRiioniiit." Chimin Tribune. Hinder end n clipped niertl- ment running: "'I.o-t- - Ijihnrei' walih on rnad near piimpliis Million." and want Pi know wherein n laborer wutih differ from a banker watih. Hitger. IVrhait lit hiiinN are tn . u 1'iittnii Truii'crlpt. Polyclot Swltzerlind. Fish of Lake Erie. iihr i.ue iromiir more inn in ine Fijuare mile than any other body of water In the world. For Hardwood Fleer. If nn unfilled or undreed loirilnood tloor iM'eonie gray apply u Mduiien of two nunc.' of oxalic add Mohid In Ju.t enough Willi r lo wet it well all mcr. Let -- land 1.'. or 211 lllllllltet ; Iheli rlue In cold water and proceed to ttu.h without xudt at uunl. Trustees Saturday Oct. Ith. TAXPAYERS OF KENTUCKY Ifs Your Pocket Books That Pay the Bills From tin? Democratic State I'latfonu, 11)15 'Ve favor RIGID ECONOMY In the of the State's uffalrs to the end that the people may rerolte a maximum of tcnlce ill a of and to that end uo fator the IMMEDIATE ABOLITION OF ALL USELESS and the render'ne of full unil adequate tertlce 111 every department of the .Stale promise m I I I I I Accommodating Lily. Smith America It nut the only conn-tr- j that can hoat of l.irso lento. In India tln Victorl.i llesla grow leatc scleral feet nrro, and it lib a bunv nticy Mil'lrlrnt In ulnlii Hie Height of n hlld. The edge turn Ui und form a sort of howl. Youth, PERFORMANCE "RIGID ECONOMY" NET RECEIPTS, Cot. Willvon (Hen?) 14 month. .2l.277,,'S.'j.l!) Gov. Stanley 42 month :ij,47I.MII.SS m M2,2I4,I1S.43 lliibb.t'i. father him when Movt lived. Hobby kiI.I he did mt know, lilt father then read from a Mo.ot 4.1 Ma I II. IV" und then book: Hiked Hobby why he did not know when .Mom Hied. Hobby replied: "Oh I thought that Mat hit telephone mini ber." Wedding Custom. The riMntil of throwing an old hoe nfler a bride I rpille misapplied when It It done by her coiiipaulont for luck. According to thoplrlt of the ceremony, whlili It of tery ancient origin. It m ill il he done by Ibe parent or guard tun of the hrldc at Indlcnllng u re nunciation of all authority over her. Coal Preserved by Water. The iiiltnnliigo of Mining coal under water, where deleiloratloii It much lefct tlnm In the air, bat been amply proved. It It recognized that the Kate concealed In the poret of Die coal ox) fen In particularare rcxponslhle for both heating and deterioration, und their escape hhouiii lie pret nihil u NET EXPENDITURES. fiov. WIINon (Itep.) 41 iiionih...l'l.i)lfi,.'lln,olJ :tiU.'iiii,4r.i.ul Uov. Stanley 42 month SUlilo)' Kxce Stunle' I'xi'es .$U,l!)MlS.tM Averace Monthly Kxpriidlturc lnv. Wlllton (Hep.) 44 liiniilht Stanley 41' month Aienne Jlonthly Kxpendlturei--(lo- v ... ,NoPi..Vi7.l'l Nttjiw.iu Notices Iwve been xenl throughout the varioua dittriet nntifyinc the trustee of the election to be hel I on OCTOIICIt Ith. tMTinnins nt one o'clock on tint afternoon. Mitt llik'Kint, our Superintendent U exTo Polish Class. ceedingly anxious that mote interest , A sood IhiIUIiIii iwder It made of be taken in these election for tru-- t rink alum, burned and luii'ly itiwder-ci- l. than have hern in the pant. It lite parlt; lolxalitl balk, one It rather ditcourucini; to the trotter n dry bnih. pnrtiinlx and apily with to Ivive o little Intercut from Hi? There I llollilllL' belter to wil clat tlitiu ibamolt leather, or telielein. patrons and we are urted that all Thehoiild be kepi entirely frw from patron come out on thi illy, October Ith. and take mrt in ilut, or srlt. these elections, Australian Aborigines. Truttec will be elected n lh At a liuutir the native Aiittrnlhin It li'U-l- y adjiilcd to hit cm i':iri Stcamore Valley, No. lilt imccet lies In an Inllm.ile knowledge of the habllt of auliualt. 10 It, ('. Clark. Trustee. Any niilmat which lentet a track, how c. llcailey School, No. eer dim. In .and, on rock. oiiu grat 'if; Ollie Johnsn.i, truitce. envy piey in Hie blink fillviv. fall an Wet Point School, No Children are tniiuht lo (rink liyard "7, II. K. Sehastiuti, trustee, oxer hare rockt. Htel Mial.t .Mason Sihool, No. SI, Kd Sutton, truttee. Antiquity of Cloves. Glove are of creat aullipilly, havHickman School, No. ing been worn li Hnulaud at huii: azo 'J, Howard Klnj, trustee. nt In Savon ti .. I'racllcally the Sunnyside, No. 31, W. only (hance which there luit ever been In Mylct of cloxet hat been In U (!row, trustee. . llourne, their decoration. Soiiietlant Ihey were No. J. I'. richly adorned with Jewel, (.1 limine Main, trustee. been paid for n pair III I lie fourteenth llriitlit' Ilend. No. I!ti century. St. IvieNmn: Tlii.ev. !. A. Ilowlinir. trustee. ii, Stanlej't Kxiet INTEREST.DE ARING STATE OUTSTANDING. End of Oov. Wlllkou'n term Juue 30, l!i'., Stanley Admin., , WARRANTS $ .'.00,41(1.17 I'lM-a- l ...WW, v:m oo INTEREST PAID ON STATE WARRANTS. )ear ending June 'Hi, I ! 1 $ rii,::isi.:u (WlINun) KUriil ear endlu: June H, 1!H!) 271,7'.ii.')l . (Stanley) .f. :t,.VI,.'i.-U.S- far as Since Gov. Stanley came into office, 314 new office holders have been added to the State pay roll. "Abolition Of All Useless Offices" Secret Service Work. I Black Could and Wouldn't Morrow Can and Will CLEAN HOUSE AT FRANKFORT of fttteral lawt anil which keep the got eminent liiforuutl n lo luleruutloii-- I rclatloiikhlpt. .Military Inlelllifcncn It Ibe ihlef ret ervlce nsency In Hie broader H'li-- e and 11 and litet all Hie cmt ilelcithe uecu clet of the eminent. pn blent. The term 'Were! Kcrvlco" In lit broader cuo Include ull of IIiom- ngriiclot which tletrrl violation - tect coiinlerfellliis "Sorrel Sen he" In lit one It Hie name applied lo Unit bureau In the treasury department the dullet of which a delluiil by law are In deund In protect the W alker .School. No. Cultlvati Worthy Thoughts. 11, Tom (.'otlon, trustee. SikIi are the habitual tliniiuhtt, oik b Iluckcye lliirli alto will be the i harucier of thy mind; Schoal . Sub-d- i. for the mill t d)cd by Hie tlli'UdltK. trict No. 0, H. ii, Kurtz, trustee. Dye It, thru, with a conllnunii terles llcecli drove School. of mih lliouulilK at llne: for Instance, that where a man can lite, No. .10, Wilson Hurte, trustee. then- - he call nUo llvu well. Teateraville, Hut lie No. Ill, mint live In ii public; well then, hu I. N. I.onir, trustee. ran aUo lite Wilt In u palate, Itcthel, No. 1, James Holman, trustee. Union. K. No. Kb Porcupine's Quills Not "Thrown." The Millie of II IMiri'lllilne In fli,. Cook, trustee. Iltlllll ioltloll, lie neiirly Hat, Willi Jlunse, No. IT., 0. II. uieir poiniH uirccicil backward, but I.cilfonl, trustee. when the iinlinal It excltl ti,..v Stony foint. No. 23. oapahle of helm; ruted. The iullU me .M, llarr, trustee. htixely Inserted In the tklu unil miiy, 0. Copper Creek school, on belnK violently idiakeii, bit nine n clrrtiuixiaiifo which prob- No. 27, James House, trustee. UUKhlett School, Sub district No. ably pive rite In the purely fahuloii 12, llanip McQucrry, trustee. niaicmcm mat ine annual pott.ii.Kea the iHiwer of HCtuallr ehxltm- Bakir School. No. 13. iulll like arrow h or dart ut in I'rcston Ward, trustee. enemy. Bryantsville llitli Scliool, No. 7. i. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 2 1919. 5 GUEST MARK u LOR If ' 1 UNWELCOME TBAOC MARK FtCO'O By JACK LAWTON. L., W. A. WHEELER DENTIST Local nml (lencrnl Ancs'l.etica Administered. Pnln Kcduced to tlin mlniniunt. Most modern methods employed. All work cuarnnteed. (Mice over Stormes' Drue Store Phono L'2!). I.mcntcr, K APractical.Efficient Method of Heating Without PipesJhrough Only One Register . nr. . "7 . - . " . - X V 1 Klv What It Dhac V f I Hi, T I I - end ow IfDoes It 11 . 1. Th" CAWJKIC, thn Orittln.il Patented Pipelcss Furnace, heats entire horn. nsw or old, three rooms to eighUen, throuiflt i'fcV one register. The CALORIC heats uniformly bivI thoroughly. Whe Iher your to ... uuiikhiuw lype, wun nil rooms on one floor, or thrt" ,torif l''sh- -ll the roo rut will te worm and com- I 15 fortable. CAI-0R'- f I III t saves from one-lhlto one-hal- f of your fuel. 1 Jh The lam, amount of coal, coke or wood which will heat two or I I three rooms with itoiei, will heat the enUre houie UirouKh ' lij the OALOItlC. Or, If you are now heatlmj your entire house, l the CALORIC will do the lamo work tetter with one-hato I a ' T twp.thlrda aa much fuel. The CALORIC Is easily and quickly installed In any house, new or old. and without interfrnnir with your present heatinir p system. Where thero is no cellar, a pit can to duff large enough to hold the furnace and the fuel supply. I t I f I The CALORIC is not a pipe furnace with the pipes left off, and neither is it an experiment hastily put together for the purpose a? , 1 oi mceung a aemana. ii is speiiuuy ticsigiieu Bnu uuiu irum ino mi ground up to heat buildings more uniformly, economically and have ever been heated by other sys- - I I satisfactorily than they Urns. The CALORIC works through Nature's own laws of circulation J by the movement of air currents. Warm air rises naturally. Jfjvl Cold air falls. Warm air and cold air cannot occupy the same, spnre at the same time, any more than cold water and warm waier can aa so. 11 iffj l t if I The CALORIC reduces fir risV. as all the heat romes un 1 . I through the rtntcr of thr rfctitrr, while lh cool air Is con stantly passlne down through the outer part-othe register, 'I where It comes In contact with the floor. A Over seventy-si- x thousand enthusiastic onmrs from Portland, Maine, to Portland. Oregon, testify that the (A 1.0 III (I is ami dors all and more than e claim. The CALORIC is also giving splendid results in stores, factories, churches and halls. Can you afford uut to investigate! It' it", I If', ' In the same volume that the warm air Is distributed into the house, nn equal amount of cold air is drawn into the furnace, where it is heated, moistened by the vapor from the two gallon water pan, and then recirculated ti.rough the register. process continues as long as the fire is kept burning. Thus there is created a constant circulation of properly mois- tened warm air. Just as running water purifies itself, so this circulating warm air, passing constantly through heat of from three hundred to eight hundred degrees, in which no germ can J J ft. I t I .iK! V Jf 1 f I Now this is merely an outline of the principles of operation of the CALORIC. A full description is given in an and instructive manner in our CALORIC Catalog. Call at tore, phone or write us for a copy. i tv wti.iimv is manuiaciureu i anut cuaramefd. .dv (. . . ine iiif mt nit,i itor Stove Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, makers of heating lor one hundred years. VMS 'A f 11 HASELDEN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. v Tbe married life nf Beatrice nnd Hilly bad been bleully bnppy. Hut bi n be entered tbe Utile flnt nno dny nnd gave to rtentrlee u letter, lllllle"; iiintiiicr wns rnnvlriilnid. "It'n frnm mint," In; esilnlmd tersely, "Hunts In rump nnd llt u." "Xnt." Iteiltrlrn snlit, nlir .Mint Itrii'lllii, 11111)1" "Itelng Hint Aunt llrilollln Is tbe nnly mint I It Is naturally lieielf." Ills lime as ieNli. Ileiitrlce's Mift ejes tilled with tenri. "Hilt l!llly,"slie irnleted, "ue Jllt eilh't bine brr. We'te been in blissful nlnne. Your fattier lias iihtuys beld up tills sl'trr nf bis n n pnm-fu- ll Vml know bmv er.V bmlvkceper. nur mntber mijs be litis imrtlcular Slie's unmarried, nboiit eM'rjtlilnp. nf i nurse, nnd ulll rritlrlr.t! tnr, nnd my link nf system, nnd nil! )mi needn't tell mo" ns Hilly enturei :t reiMUistrnme "I kimw tbnt exemplary kind nf wnimiii. She nlll be tbe nnke In nur llden." Helltrlee e.lllEllt berulf up. "IblW InnB Is she srnliu; tn tny, ltlll?" Tbe jnimi; tiiibanil nnldel bis wife's ncsr)eeil i1) e", say," be re--t "Abniit a niniitb, piled. Healrlce stiffened ileflatltly. tay u nmnlli nn't "Well, lie bere," sbe said. "Aunt Driislllu writes," Hilly "(but site Is Innslna til llieet ber new nleie. Sbe ban't seen in" I was nllnnst ll kid. Sbe was slmt' tn be mnrrieil tlien, I reiueinber, but snmetliiiti; brnkn it nlT." pmb-iibly"Her nll exnetlllK Ilentrlee spitefully remaiked. "Tliltt's nnt quite fulr nf Jnll," Hilly lefiliiled. Ills wife Mulled. "Vnll see," sbe nld. "sbe's bejllll-nln- s t" make Iniuble betwevi us already." seemed tn fall tn Trimble hub-oi- l mill's Int. Menttillv be blamed tbe mint ulni Insisted iipnn tbrustliii: ber pre-enwbere tlie presence nt inn, mis nil sultlelent. And upmi tbe day nf Aunt Ilrusllla's iirrhnl Ilentrlee iics, J. J. Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. M. S. HATFIELD DENTISTS Office over The Garrard Bank Office Phones LANCASTER, S. Residence 376. KENTUCKY J. A. Beazley MINERALS. DIRECTOR Olllre Over National lisnk. Kesiilcnce l'bnnelt. (Mice rhtne27 I.ANCASTi:i!,'KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dtsntist. Kentucky. Paint Iick, Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. The CALORIC Furnace can be Installed in a Day. We Deliver it in the Morning and have it Working Promptly Day or Calls Answered In uln Hilly telepbniieil Mirlmn Tbe belpers were Niclit. Phone 317. wmiieii belpers. luisv. As ii Inst resort, and tbnusli LANCASTER, KENTUCKY bU pniketbiink: rnuld ill nlTnrd It, Hilly No nurse Miuelit it nurse's ucciiey. oniild be prnmlsed wllbln tbree das at least. And tbousb (be malady frnm nlifch Itintrlee suffered was lint serlnus, tbe dnctor itssunsl neces-nrll- y bint Hint she nmt bne Inimi-dlntFine! Cut Flowers. eare. prepared bis wife's Hilly blm-e- lf M. McRoberts. breakfast cnlTce befnre be went tn meet tbe liieltnble Aunt Drusllla, mid Itintrlee llinde ll fiice. lint tbe enn'ee.. B. "It's bnrrlil." sbe said, iiiieradmts-lymust lnst uiin taklnz "and jiuir limit tn a lintel. Sbe can't slay bere linvv. Vnll see tbat " Tbe - KENTUCKY. siilt-ended III nil Invulld's wall. STANFORD, Hilly burrleilly bent n retreat. GIVE ME A TPJAL. Hilly cmislilered Ills pmblems us lie i, biinle'd bis little cur tnwitrd tbe Satisfaction Guaranteed. anil wlieu be saw bis wnltlns nnd mint. Ids perplexity BOOKKEEPING Ml ill. Honaker Auctioneer. John J. DINWIDDIE, and good improvements. Will subdivide nicely. Lots of oak timber and locust post to be cut. Price $245.00 per acre. 307 acres 12 room dwelling, 2 tenant houses, 2 barns and stock barn. This is a dandy and close to railroad station. Price $230.00 per acre. 273 acres large dwelling, 2 good tenant houses, tobacco Price barns and other improvements.. .Three acre pond. $170.00 per acre. 152 acres and a money maker, 30 acres in tobacco now. Good two story house, 2 tenant houses, barns and stock barn. This is a good hill farm and is cheap. Price $15,000.00 with oachalf down. Here wits nnt it unlet nbl body tn be TYPEWRITING and nf. but ti Mulling nml Utility dlspii-e- d TELEGRAPHY nssured person In pleasliu: attire, Iut unimn TmiTH BUSINESS COLUSE Iwliikllnj nt bis frnm ! by Evening. sbrewd ees Iti rrtVnl h jrmww of nprlnc in merrrtil hciilli wiiIiii: li.ilr. Uy. '.My dear boy!" sb cried, puttlns vnitnK meri inn w"i'"n ASITM. UdrmWILHCK B '"'Z mM t- - THE MOMTCX tTO C CO.. CI L'toieil band 111 Cl'cctlll!:. C..H, l,..r it a Tlien. nfler bis ery brief response. mi n w fill thins linppeneil in i.iii). Stnnilns 111 liurrled eiiibarrassiiient tn FRUIT AND SHADE TREES start tbe car's enzliie. Hie bundle A Characterisation. Gem Has Tragic History. STRAWBERRY PLANTS, In Dlutbe'rrlcs. Money Long Life Copper Mint, suddenly freo frnm She iii a wiitimii nf otertene. nt The liegent" iIIhiihmuI. ubidi Is wrcnclnil Itself Mill it terrible i mi- - m i nf - in Cuba has Tin1 nemgi irnnt frm nil ncrc of CLIMBING VINES, bln. iiiiht inn .'bl irnisp tn ilenl lean If imi nf wild iring tleiiMireil in larN, nml H llie ijueen wild t W been op'rntetl iihimst Miilm- - lilucl'frry laml Hilly, white with pain, knew- wltnt SEED POTATOES, nf .ill r nlnn. lull wllh ii nut lingenrrnlW l.likiil Hi.. IV I. 1. ..1.1 iilmiit $!(. nml n nn fertiliser mid on nil ritelil. suile kiiii - VCO. Ids proved tn be true that RASPBERRIES, henrt; niilnikeii frnm iln knnwledr In 1701 nt the Cartful mines nflciwiiril ii berries are Is iiwei!iry lln nrm was brnkeu. of her "grenl Mieliin," s us nn (In KNtn.t, by ;i .ne, wlm, n iiilrk nnd irntlliil.li criip. Tills l CRAPE VINES, Driislllu who setitly w ns Aunt It nniili ilk frmn ii nntiinil fninkne's; n It III it linln ellt fur Its rivep. mil- - of Vndiltigtiii iiiunly'" big Indusenr, nnd her PERENNIALS, Uncle Eben. warm friend nml mil n ery bller tlnll III llN llllcll, eMllieil with It to pureed blm Into the wlmlr w'l llnn trie", I'nr liistiinri'. "I'i'iuliirllj'." Mibl 1 i " e ri.eii, "kin self nt 111.' wheel, took him HEDGEING nml nt lie' I l t i il nf II nil wild the enii't. Here be -- iilil It In nn Kng. frmn rnrrtipliii1 iimunlnlii t" tbe eimt be mUlendlii' Pnli in Inni found. de nmn n rerlnlti (I nt nf iliarueler, nf Illl kliT, wlm. Ill.e.li nf ill)lllg where prompt aid could be line l prill tlnilly nil blue-berr- y ihil kin irry :i 'line mil nf u Mnlilu SHRUBS, Hilly wbieli her line iif Ibmeri. mis tin ex tin1 vuuill viini ileiiinmleil, Irr.u liermis. When the doctor bad banilniieil bind. Several fnrtnrles lire ROSES, is alius inn' iiitnr il.m nne il.it keeps limple. .Fllllll' I'll!!!'. Into relief. Aunt Drusllla continued tn ly killed the Kliie. I'liniiltig f tli" berries. b llie bis mind mi regulur unit, ' drhe the car home. ETC. . White lipped und weak-- Hilly man-Uk'e- d LAWN and GARDEN. tn t'll his mint nt his youiis FREE Illustrated Catalog. wife's Illness mid of thrJr now helpNO AGENTS. less plltbt. Apnlncetlcully III! u hotel us her own temporary refuse. Aunt Drusllla irood liumoicdly w ed EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON, KY. his surest Ion aside. "I wondered." ho said luiishlnsl'. upon me "why It whs burn forcibly mile from railroad G3 acres Rood house and barn, that I niiil spend n inontli with joiij station. Price $300.00 per acre. now I know!" lleittrlce's llrst Intliiintlon of ber 30 acres a good home. Price $10,000.00. pui'st was when H sveet-fare- d 167 acres large dwelling, tobacco barn, stock barn and in wotuan bent sympathetically best of improvements, can plow every foot of land. Close to oer her bed, prnffcrluir, ns l'c Intrrt-dine- d church and school. A bargain. Price $285.00 per acre. 21 herself, mi luvltlnsly nrruiiKed 140 acres good home and best of improvements. Cheap liiiichroit tray. "Hilly lias bail nn Injury to Ids arm," at $300.00 per acre. tbe new Hunt Informed ber, "unit I 233 acres "Old Colonial" home, 2 barns, tenant house 1919, so hae made blm comfortublo upon the Krew. Buslness.Phonogrsphy Uxl8t. NOTICE Good Blue Grass Farms FOR SALE. NOTICE A. H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons ALL TAX PAYERS and Male Citizens years of age, and over, who Garrard County, have npt given me a list of their property and POLL TAX for this year must do NOW rnuih. "Now, sit up dearie, and let us Bet as this is the LAST and FINAL NOTICE. aciiiuluted whllo Jon saniplo my urn so Klud that I happened tn REMEMBER the law requires EACH AND (nine where I'm needed." The blue twinkled thruutlt their slasses. EVERY male citizen 21 years of age and over to eis Bnlnc to buo sucli a Ioelyoutime," "I'm nnd Aunt Driislllu said. "lUInu' Hilly up." sign and swear to a tax Schedule. "Oil! we. must not linposo " beeun Heatrlre. Hut the little "t silenced Very Respectfully, her with n smile. cinik-Itu- 1 Hazelwood Sanatorium For tht Trtatmtnt of McMILLEN & McMILLEN. Real Estate and Auctioneering. Phone 93 or 327 VERSAILLES, KY. T. SCOTT, i "My dear!" she exclaimed, "this tle wnlce will be my pleusure. I mi clad that I ranie." lit- Tuberculosis Malnulnrd bjr the Louiiville Aisociation for the aJcquate tfatnicnt of tubei-culoi- is In all Itj itigcl at till tttia ' ail. Kates S15.C0 per weel, including bond, mrdlcil Uundiy, etc lli;li gtound LKIijlit-f- mil ImpiiMiely Healrlce beld out ber Garrard County Tax Commissioner. met the older womuu's liouestly. ir Its im, w..ir Ills. "I nut iilad, loo," she mid. ber $Ult Fprclal rates for surroundings. lrt utatmtat 11 SMtHarr, hBvtf poulblt, ti4 r lhMMw H rkikUn in CAf. eje -s IUJ4 .'.risf rsi--- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 2, 1919 THE NOTED UNAWARE By AGNES Q. BROGAN. 400 R6RE FARM Of J. P. 0o;k at Auction ON THE I'KEMISKS Wednesday October 8th, 1919 At 10:!!0 A. M. THE RESIDENCE This celebrated stock farm which has been in the Cook family for over 100 ears is loeateil 5 miles from Stanford, 7 miles from Lancaster, ! miles from I!o land, livestock shipping point for Cincinnati and Louisville, and one mile froi i the Preachersville and Stanford turnpike, with good county road leading to s me. This farm lies on Uix Hiver and most of it is bottom land. This farm into five tracts as follows. has jeen brick house in first class con-i- t Tract No. 1. Contains 1H5 acres. it i .1. One of the very best houses in the county. Has two presses built in the all of most every room. Smoke house, carriage house, hen house, one of the i est springs and spring houses in the county and a 50 barrel concrete corn crib. tobacco barn and a troii: h. Tenant house and an This 'arm is bounded on one side by Dick's Hiver and all bottom land except HO acre... 20 acres of blue grass sod that was never plowed. 00 acres ii grass and JO acres just broken out of sod. An ideal home and everything in tip top sub-dividUflO-barr- ltnrrl iit licf.irp n ninfiilng III Irr nf p!tiir, niiit pitMnl linwl In trim Mill fii'Mnii iiver M fiirrlu-ail- . Allmi llnrrln ir.ii n l wrlliT, in wrll in luiiii.isrr of viirlt.ili it.j ,:i innniHliil with Unit work, III mnlilllnn win l iiml inriit n iiim wis-Iim- l truly emit In iii .if lil il.i. Tli.it ilcln ehi mi .r..in to of fiiinilmciit. MllltlT-o- fill I rmilliiiinllj-- rliilmnl lil tlnm. MiT. minus Hip tiller, were .flll li'tti-rlieciilln; Work nf lllllliit I'MT.T klnil llinve .if cnnll'lt'nt winiliMn' "Mur"." he fiiiiml It HMv.irIn Tile i ll)- ...lli.il In tie llllcl tilth lheii'rlrnceil ulrl. nf llielr nwn nl.llllr. Here a, niie. frinii n imtnr Minn n- nli nlm Iiml nt llrl urltleu In tl IlitM-i-iiof Mire wve. ikUiii; fur h i rertaln part In one nf lil prominent il:i). "Tlmm-l- i -- lie n iinfuiiillliir Willi llieutrli.il work." flu- - frankly ie eoiifeMil, knew Hint lie innlil portray lili ilinriuliT of 'Nimn-imfillllltlllly. Iler reillet fur II per ..mil Inter, titul trial liail l..-.T lie --.ecninl letter Mlilrli entile from Hie a ileelileilly ii i nl l : lie .M.lllil lie flail nf "u few Sie,lklnS III!.".." The appeal wai fur nn Inter lew only, ami the lut. whl. li 1I11I11111I Allan Harris' iinni-.- il a nlteiill.ni. fur olli.-- e work of mi Un.l nhlili he eiilllil Blve her. She Innl .lilTer.il she wrnle, ninl ".Irani.' WRIGLEYS 5 before the war c a package 5 during the war c a package 5 NOW THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! c a package Tract No. 2. About 75 acres of bottom land, bounded on one side by tobacco barn and stock scales. All in grass the liver. One stock barn, with the exception of 15 acres. crib; tobacco barn; Tract No. '.I Contains 87 acres; 200-- '. n silo, well and spring and some pretty building sites and road leading to ri or. All in grass and 10 acres that has just been plowed once. tobacco barn; small stock Tract No. 1 Contains 05 acres with barn, well and spring and road leading to the river. All in grass except about 20 a. res has been plowed. This has I!5 acres of the best tobacco land on the re :!00-barr10-ac- .shai net Tract No. 5 Contains three acres. All bottom land and as rich as cream. Knough tobacco ;e barns on this farm built out of oak and all painted. o grown on each farm to pay for thenr in two and three years; no better imp. ved farms can be found in the county. Mr. J. F. Cook will be on the farm two days prior to sale to show parties over he farm. Mr. Hollar, or the real estate men are at our service to show you over it at anytime you may care to look. There will be a tobacco show on the i .iy of the sale by the tenants which will be judged by one of the big men of Lexington. This will be the biggest tobacco show outside the All can i fain . State Fair. Christian The Young Woman's Missionary Society of the Stanford Chut . h will furnish dinner. TKRMS Exceedingly easy and made known on day of sale. Hotter inaki your arrangements and attend this sale it will be one of the big sales of thet.ason. After the sale of the land Mr. Cook will sell all live stock, farming i iplements, etc. BOLIVER BOND ON THE BLOCK. For full particulars, see, write or phone the real estate men SWINE-BRO.- " D, of Lancaster, Ky., or HUGHES & McCARTY, of Stanford, Ky. nut m Hi rheerfnl He wrote the srl, k upon the fiill.iliu .lay. Ins her l ninl he hint nlnii.t fi.rsntli'n hi Inihit- , jrrni-when .he mi, aiimniiiiiil In III- - inlnil, Itarrl" pliture.1 lit applh-nnn ii glim In:: rreature flunk irarh.il In iMipularly ni.rm.-- l It wii. ii small :rii-- i Iml llir his inn tire whl.li anuitnl illili.li-ntl.- t t.'itloti from Die .I.Niruat. The sr.iy r ilii- -s as rllnsliis, with a .plaint keri-hieahi.tit her shinihler-- . ami It v as the slrl' ti. Eluminc purple ej. i whh h first Inipre.il him. him, h) lt her ne.il wiii Krent." 'J he appeal 1. mili.il pathi" a l. Mie h.ii -- Hikeli n.ll-.il- l. The Cook Farm Sale In Lincoln County Implements, Farm Machinery, Live Stock and Corn will be sold on Wednesday, October 8th on our Farm five miles from Stanford and one mile from the Preachers ville ar.d Stanford turnpike. The. Farm Implements consist of the following: Wagons, Plows, Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Wheat Drill, Grass Seed, Engine, Pay-Pec- k Silo Filler, Drill, Roller, Six Horse Power Foss-Ga- s Galvanized Troughs, Tanks, Tobacco Cultivators, Water Troughs and Tanks, Wire Fence and many other Implements too numerous to men-tioThe Stock consists of 65 Hogs, and Shoats which will be sold in lots of five head. Hogs have been fed for two months on wheat and will make splendid Hogs for Home use. 6 Sows and Pigs. 4 Angus. Feeding Steers, 1 Je ;sey Springer, very fine. The best Hereford milk cow in the State, with calf by her side. 1 Hereford Bull. G Holstein Cows and Calves. Some of these Calves are very fine bulls. 8 Registered Saddle Mares by such sires as Rex Peavine, Bourbon Chief and Jack 1 igg, 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. 1 Yearling Mule cut of a Percheron mare, 4 Mule Colts out of Percheron Mares. 1 two year old Jennet. 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. These are probably the best cheep in the country. We will give easy terms to those who make arrangeme its before sale. 50 Acres of Corn will be sold in the shock in lots to suit stare, she smlleil milileiily. er) hraei, Harris thniishl. i If oll will Kile llle some Work til .1.. nt ..me that part of the tr.ml.le will Knoll he of," she tohl hllll. The hll-- y lil.in. who-- , sympathy Hint anxiety were Usually hiuiml up In his own lutrleale work, founil hlm-e- lf IllllM-l- l now as he hail tietl-heell iiioteil to pity ami ailmlrallou. 'Die slrl'H lnrerlty ii.uhl not he iloulited; hvr ilinky wllllnsnesr l work her-e- lf out of n situation won . ' hi- - Imm.illiite . li.iiupioii-hl(- i. "Von inlsht h.'Sln. ' he siiss.-sl.i"In nnsuerliis that Irrllatius leleiihoiie: Use your Jllilsmelit is to whether re sponse iihiii 111) part N or I'm Inn) he HisM,iieil, t till-- slin.ltoll Jlll twill) lte .ellls!" At Ills lisliililsh.il "iimisiially sikI lii.klnc" the woril. ?' i'aii ou ilo steii.,i;raili aiel he The Klrl sailly slexik her heinl. "If you she me oilier things at tint. I w.nilil learn that laler" -- h sike III n sort of -- oft easerness. "Heretofore, I hail in. npjMiniinily .My life wa- - all ene" of lenrnlns. She rtiusht her hrealh treimilnii-l- y ninl Ihreu out her h.iml In n hopeless Cesllire The wistful ejes Mere lnll with tears. Ierylhlns ilinns.il for me In one moment. 'I'h. it uas the str;ini;e. haril part of Ii." gulikl) she hrii-lithe tears from her eyes ami leaneil touartl Itarrls. I "nil Joll helee me," she asknl 'that I hate iioh- - hetween me ami ihe m. 1ST CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus 8100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON II. K. Hudson, "KOLL OF HONOR.' V. I'resiilent, J. J, Walker, V, O. Hicney, I'rei. W. F, Champ. Cashier, At. Cchicr Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Aut. Cailiirr, Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, 3' " ii ir Have Your Tires Retrsaded BammmmmmmmmmmmmmamammmmsmmmmmmKsi ) " n. The Klrl, her hat swiftly remoied, ' wis iitreinl) at the telet.hiine. Itarrls noinl npprolnsly the soft nr raiiseiu.-iiof li.-- hair. In keeping some with the trim sr.iy fro. k ninl se rious eyes. I'or ll lime he was not llslurhul hy the telephone, rolitluulus his illi'tatloii to mi oliserviint youii'; woman typist. Suhioiisi-iou-l)- . at last, ie seiiseil the strauser's troiihle.1 sure in his ilirerlliiii, Muiel), she til he slsli.lllns his helli. Harris nhrupll) ilisiulssnl his rnpher iiml liirinil tn answer Hie slrl'n silent nppeilt. Iler e)es, us lie Iih..i-- i ilnwti iihiii lo r. were ilarkly lniKh I must so." fche snhl, hrealhle-sl"I must le:ie )ihi; iiml, oh, I ill. I sn my llrst i lrim i anil Hie it tint. I. slay rylns ne.il for iimney " Iler oln roke In lis Airulu Harris mis mnn-.l- , ileeply; the siiii-l- , the tu)ser) of her miullt l k'rlppeil him. Ihplaln )ourMlf," he sahl tersely. you, lifter nil, un liusi-lo- r, or nn "Are I ti ti c' 1 mistakenly ciiilurlns mine We use the Dry-Cur- e Vulcanizing process of retreading-n- ot half sole-a- nd can rebuild a tire at less than half price. 3SO0 MILES2GUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. s. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Walnut Street. Propietor. Danville, Kentucky. tiuiihler lie was surprlseil at hit own Hons. I IZDCCZJacZiZZ IL JC eiim- - There will be a Tobacco show by the tenants which will be judged by one of the big tobacco me i of Lexington. The 400 acre Farm on Dix Ri er has been subdivided and will be sold on easy terms. This is the best Tobacco farm in Lincoln county and one of the best in the state. BOLIVER BOND and SONS, Auct. Lexington, Ky. ask, heeause f Iionestly wish to help you," he nihil il si nlly. The little tray llsure eauie rinse. The girl Iiehl nut Implorlm: liaml. Into Ihe purple ejes eullie u IiiiisIiIiik uleam nf t rl u ti 11. "Tlianks," she kiihl. "Your nwn In my licllns Ii the surest ir.sif of lis hiiccess. I tohl )uu that I ('ouhl il.i It. for the pan! hour I have heir, jour 'Nuriiinnil,' unit )oii have fi.r.ut leu her In me." Xml tut It happened that Allen Harris i en eil hl ilreuni. presi'iitlug u new an. I Irul.v sreal ucire-- s In un? of tils orlifluiil pl"). iCupnUbl, till. WMI.ra N.w.v..r L'aiual W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence I'hone 33. -v Director and - The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 2 1919. 1 Look at the H. D., Doc, Lee property in Haselden Heights and Hill Court. We will sell it a Home In Lancaster Yes! You Want 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-buildin- 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, s Regular IVl'J. Term The Real terial Distiict No, Estate Man. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ity Cronley llroaddus, I). C. I lished in Lancaster Garrard Coun K. Walker, Slurif .C . ty, Kentucky, and hcving the largest bona-l'd- e circulation in said county. Said Clerk will take all necessary Regular Term 'Joth day of August steps required by law to hold said election in accordance with raid pro1010. 1048, Present: Hon Forest Stapp, Judge. vision of See's No. 4040, 4047, or Petition, 404!, ICIO and 40."il of CarroU J. It. Woods et al. To Vote on Stock tjxvt in Magister- edition of the Kentucky Statutes. A .true copy: Attest ial District No. 4. J. 11. IIOURNK. Clerk 0. C. C. The Fiscal Ciart of tlnrrard decided I!y Cronley llroaddus, D. C. i.. retofore County having Notice is hereby given that an by a majority of toe numbers, combe held at the regular posing said I'uutt, that elections to election will regulate Stock rdnning at large, voting places at the regular Novemunder Chirp. U:i Kentucky Statutes ber election, on Tuesday November nt 1 it by, and per-suashall be con.liied to .Magisterial Di- 4th, ill as directed to, and in accordance with the Now- - this day B came J. stricts: Woods, II. A. Hervey, Win. Royston, foregoing order of the Garrard Court. A. II. Wynn, et al, and tiled a written J. I!. HOUKKK, Clerk (!. C. C. petition in this Court signed by more I!y Cronley llroaddus, D. C. terial District No. I composing vot-tha- n A. K Walker. Sheriff (.. C. twenty legal voters of Magis-in- g precincts Nos. 8 and ! of said Motor Plow for ninkr. of the County asking a submission A plow drawn by u mninreyile has question whether cattle or nny specbet n Invented to keep Ibe lee nu skaties thereof, shall be permitted to run ing I'inUs smooth. nt large in Justice District No. I in (inrraid County Kentucky, connoted Tired of Life Early. uf two voting precincts towit: Paint Tired of life at ten was the ieu-- e (Lonli, Mile by it boy at the Klnz-lu- n Lick No. S and Union No. 9. It is now therefore ordered by the don) ehllilien's court when iharged with allemptlng tu iiunmll -- ill. 1.1. . AnCourt that an election be held in said .saw Mill with hi head on Magisterial District No. 4 for the other boy the railway trnik and they hail n tuspurpose of ascertaining the will of sle before be could be got away. the voters of such Magisterial Dis trict upon the question of whether Age of Cedars of Lebanon. or not they wish Cattle, or any spec Severn! effort n tn calculate the nsi" ies thereof, to run ut large in said I of Ibe raiunti cedars of Li liaiion now ..,!... .....i.. I.. I...... i... Iitiict, and thu officers of the elec I tion in such District in said voting the rins Jn ihe heart vvoisl of tho-- o precincts Nos. 8 and U are directed that have fallen. Tliei estimates, acto open a Poll at the next regular cording In Prof. A. Henry of thnlloyal III nil election to be held in said District College of Sciences fur Ireland, article In Country Life, vary from on Tuesday November 4th I'.Ul), for !.." .0 .Veins to .VKst. jenrn. llltlloil.'ll It the purpose of ascertaining the will May be that Ihey ure of slower of the voter of such District upon grow ih 1:1 ll the specimens lesied III the question whether or not they other countries. The. largest of Ibo wish Cuttle, or any species thereof, cellars Is l.'l feet In diameter. generally to run at large In said Dis"Mother Shlptan" Hoax. trict. Mothi-- r Milpton was reputed an with deposited Said Petitioner the County Cout ut the time of fil- P.iijllsli prophetess of tho time, of ing of the petition herein the sum of Henry VIII. .Sho was lirst lieurd from ($25.00) ths In 1011, when "The Prnpheele of Moth twenty five dullar er Shlptnii"vvus published nlioiljlilousamount lived by the Court to defnv ly In Guidon. In ISiL Charles Hind- upon Icy reprinted n life of Mother Ship-Ioof the election tho expenses this question. orlsiuiilly published by Itkuaiil Tho County Clerk and Sheriff are Iliady (London, lilSI). Ilo iiddeU give notice some doggerel of bis own n nil wound directed to advertise and up Willi I lie prophecy that the world of said election by publication thereof at least twenty day before the would tome in nu cud In lhSl. lu election in at least four issues of lsT:i Mr, Hludley ucknow letlccd that the Central Record, a newspnpe. pub- - the verse were u liuax. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Garrard County Court. r.th ' "f Au-'-- t. Hun. Forest Stai. Judge. ;. II. Hwinebro.nl, et al. on IVtition ote on Stock Uw in Magistcr-i.i- ! T District No. I. The Fiscal Court of Currant County having heretofore decided by a majority of the members, composing mi, I Cmirt. tbut clcttions to regulate Slock running nt large, under Chapt. Vi'i Kentucky Statutes shall be tonlined to Magisterial I it ric t ; Swinc-bioai- l, ! Now IbU ilny came ! Jack Adams. Ceo, F llrown. ft nl. awl tiled a written petition in thin Court signed by more than twenty local voters of Magisterial Putrid No. 1. composing votmir precinct Nun. I. 2, an.l 3 of said County asking a submission of the qucs-tio- n whether cattle, or any species thereof, shall be permitted to run at Urge in Justice District No. 1 in Garrard County Kentucky, composed towit: precincts if tkree voting Court House No. 1, Cast 1'ark No. 2 ami West Park No. .'J. It in now therefore ordered by the Court that an election be held in said Magisterial District No. 1. for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the filter of such Magisterial Di- tritt upon the question of whether or not they wuh Cattle, or uny species thereof, to run at law in District, .mil the officers of the election jn such Distriit in said voting P'tcincts Nos. I, ii anil :! are direct ed to open a Poll at the next regular election to lie held in said District on for Tuesday November Ith, I'.UU, the purpose of ascertaining the will of the oteii. of such District iioii the question whether or not they wish Cattle, or any specie thereof, renctally to run lit law in said Dis- Promt: Krntu ky, ynd having the largl District on Tuesday November 4th, bui.i tide circulation n Mild "ounty. lfl'.i, for the purpose of ascertaining Ssul Clerk will take all necessary the will of the voters of such Dissteps reiUired by law- to hold said trict upon the question whether or election in accordance with said pro- not they wish Cattle, or any species vision of See's No. Ill 111, Ml", 4048, thereof, generally to run at large in t,. - 1 4 of Carrots IOI'.i. 4 C.r.O and editinii of the Kentucky Statutes. A true copy: Attest J It. HOCRNr'. Clerk G C. C Uy Crnnley llro.id.liH. D. C. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held at the regular voting places nt the regular November i lection, on Tuesday Novembei 4th, I'.M'.I as directed by, and per-suato, an.l in accordance with the foregoing order of the Garrard County Court. J II. IIOCKNK. Clerk (i. C C lly Cronley llroaddus. D. C. A. K. Walker, Sheriir G, C. Garrard County Court. Regular Term :.'K day of July V.H'J Present: lion. Forest Stapp, Judge. N. .1. Gosney, et al On Petition. To vote on Stock Law its .Magisterial District No. The I'lunl Court of (larrard Coun ty having heretofore decided by a majority of the members, composing said Court, that elections to reg ulate Stock running at large, under Chapt. 1'- J- Kentucky Statutes shall be confined to .Magisterial Districts: Now this day value N, J. Gosney, K. et al. W. Perkins, W. S. How ling and tiled u written petition in this Court signed by more than twenty legal oters of .Magisterial District oting precincts No. H composing Nos. I and 5 of said County asking it submission of the nuestlon whether cattle, or any specie thereof, shall be permitted to run at large in Justice District No, 'J in (larrard County Kentucky, composing of two voting precincts towit: West llryants-vill- o No. I and Kast llryantsville No. B. "'' said District. Said Petitioners deposited with the County Court at the tune of tiling of the petition herein the sum of twenty Cue dollars (fJ.VOO) the amount fixed by the Court lo defray the expenses of the election upon this question. The County Clerk ami Sheriff are directed to advertise and give notice of said election by publication thereof at least twenty days before the election in at least four issues of a newspaper the Central Record, (iarrard published in Uiucaster the County Kentucky, and having largest bona-tid- e circulation in said County. Said Clerk will take all necessary steps required by law to hold said election jn accordance with said provision of See's No. 1040. 4li 17. 1048. 1051 Ill iU, lOriu and of Carrol edition of the Kentucky Statutes. A true copy: Attest J. It. liOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. Ity Cronley llroaddus, I). C. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held at the regular voting places at the regular November clettion, on Tucsdiy November Ith, l'.MU ns directed by, and per-suato, and in accordance with the foregoing order of the (iarrari. Ctu.ity (Yuri, J. II. llOI'KNK. Clerk G, C. C. lly Cronley llroaddus, D. C. A. K. V.'nlker, Sheriff G. C. Garrard County Court. Regular HUH. A Term '.'.Mil day uf August trict. Present: Hon. Korest Stapp. Judge, on IVtition. T. Sanders, et nl, deposited with Said Petitioner n the County Court at the time of of the petition herein tin um of twenty five dollars (f2.'.00) the amount lixetl by the Court to defrnj the expenses of the election upon this question. The County Cletk and Sheriff arc Iroded tn advertise and give notice f snld election by publication thereof at least twenty days, before the election in at leant four issuer, ol Central Record, a newspaper published In Lancaster Garrard Coun- - te It is now therefore ordered by the Court that an election be held in said Magisterial District No. 'J for the purpose uf ascertaining the will of the voters of such Magisterial Dis-triupon the question of whether or not they wish Cattle, or any species thereof, to run at large in said District, and the otTicers of the election in such District in said voting precincts Nos. 4 and 0 ure directed to open a Poll at the next regular election to be held in said To vote on Stock Law in Magisterial District No. .'1. The Fiscal Court of Garrard County having heretofore decided by a majority of the mciibcrs, composing said Court, that elections to regulate Stock running nt large, under Chnpt, 1'.'- -' Kentucky Statute shall be confined to .Magisteiial Districts: Now this day came A. T. Sanders, Tslton May, Wesley Simpson, W. 11. Ray et al, and filed u written petition in this Court signed by more than twenty legal voters of Magis :i composing voting precincts Nos. 0 and 7 of said County asking a submission of the question whether cattle, or any species thereof, shall be permitted to run at large in Justice District No. .1 d in (inrraid County Kentucky, of two voting precincts towit: No. li and Walker School lluckeye House No. 7. b It is therefore ordered the Court that an election be held In said Magisterial District No. :i for the purpose of ascertaining the will Magisterial of the voters of such District upon the question of whether or not they wish Cattle, or any species thereof, to run at large in said District, and the offiiers of the election ill such District in said voting precincts Nos. 0 mid 7 are ilir-ectto open a Poll at the next regular election to be held ill said District on Tuesday Novembtr Ith lUiy for the purpo-- e of ascertaining the will of the voters of such District upon the question whether or not they wish Cattle, or nny species theieof, generally to run at large In sail' District. Said Petitioner deposited with jr the County Court lit the time of of the petition Herein the sum i.f 'twenty live dollars the amount tixed by tile Court to defray upon the expenses of the election this qu.'stiou, The County Clerk and Sheriff are diiecteil to advertise and give notice of said election by publication thereof at least twenty days before the election in at leas, four issues of the Central Record,:! newspaper pub- liihed in Laneistcr Ciuri.rd Crun ty, Kentucky, and having tin largest bona.fide circulation in said county. Said Clerk will take all necessary steps required by law- - to hold said election in accordance with said pro vision of See's No. 4010, 1017, 4048, 40 ID, 4050 and 40,11 of CnrroU edition of the Kentucky Statutes. A true copy: Attest J. II. I10URNK. Clerk C. C. C. lly Cronley llroaddus, 1). C. Notice Is hereby given that an election will be held ut the regular voting places at the regular November election, on Tuesday November 4th, 1U1U us directed by, and per-suato, and in accordance with the pjiuju;) jqi jo aopao nmoflojoj County Court. J. II. HOURNE, Clerk (!. C. C Garrard County Court. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 2, 19:9 FATONIC B 1 After you eat always take (Tort Votw AisfOMACiy i.ll..Ml!nun Wrlbrn. Blottt Law POWERFUL SENTIMENT DEVELOPING FOR EARLY ERADICATION OF TUBERCULOSIS qtr,f,wt souring. mAm!in i . kkrf Mmftlf. Tat Of UHW . mr nwwwsse. E. McROi.HRTS, Lancaster, Ky, HHUH1 l w J-- 'Cliahi i k mmminm United States Tires are Good Tires i i ;m I NEW FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For Distribution Mare than 50 farms described. Get yo lr name an our walling list at once Semonin - Goodman Incorporated 1 S)ssstvivtttiv)v t Cattle at National Soldiers' Home, Washington. D. C Were First Herds to Do Officially Accredited as Free From Tuberculosis. I.outst il!c, Kentucky. (Prtpared by the United States Depart- just ns much needed." E. W. Files, . ment of Mnplecnift Farm, l'ortlaml, Me. That a powerful sentiment Is devel"The work of the department In oping among farmers, datr uirn nni) eradicating the disease of tuberculoANGUS-LAN- D rattle breeders In every section of tin sis Is being met with great approval nn llTMTTll country for the early nnil complete by the stoikmcn In this district. The eradication of nnlrnnl tuberculosis I pcnentaio nf tattle affected Willi the shown by hundreds of letters received disease Is grailually getting smaller by the United State department of .veur by jear.' V. L. llurdick, Willis-toagriculture. These letters, with few N. I). exceptions, give unreserved Indorso-me'Royut Car J' Benefits of Eradication. owners to the plan of "The benefits from being nble to i( fighting tuberculosis In which the ship Interstate, the advertisement reIndustry of Registered Aberdeen An- bureau withanimal live stock Isauthori- ceived from being listed In the governstate ment bulletin, these ami many other gus Cattle: or sale anytime ties. nilviiiitngis make me think this Is the The department of agriculture In greatest boom to (he pure-hrei- l cattle mile. either sex r. y age. Also regis tends to publish n number of these let- business cvrr started." T. S. Humphtered Poland iiinn Hofis. Big type lers with the name of iho writers, be- - ries, Humphries Slock Kami, Dtir.int, cause It believes the experiences they Miss. A. D. EKADSHAW, tell nnd the view they express should "In May, 101S, we signed tip with be convincing to Ilvesiork owners who (he federal authorities to the WALKER BRADSflAW. have not Joined actively In the fight accredited herd list. Our get on lest .a first mrnlnst this disease. was made thu -- Till and "Sth of the Lancaster. Ky. Many of the writers already are listmini' month and found our hen! someed In the department of agriculture's what Infected with tuberculosis. Hut directory of herds oClrlally accredited the federal authorities have kept testIIMIUMMI us free from tuberculosis. ing our hen) from time to time until all-rou- nd today we have Ml head of lied Polled Tuserculln Test Most fctfectlve. satistattle which we believe to be entirely The following letter to the department Is from liryant Smith, manager i lean. We are positive that if we had not gone Into this phiu. by Ibis time of the Iowana farms, Davenport, la.: "Jovvana farms desires to commend our herd would have been badly Innndexrress their satisfaction with the' fwl"1- - musing us the lo.s of n grette work of the federal with ' """" dollars. We would fully recom-thWe know United States Tires are good That's why we sell them. ,he aredlted henl plan to nil state authorities in the eradic ation of pure-hncattle." J. W. nf tnberriilnsls. The v..pv ri..,l,.,l Haselden Bros. Garage. pirlence of the federal Inspectors en Larabee, Karlevllle. Ill, CHIROPODIST ' Tuberculosis Soon a Memory. ables them to detect and eliminate the I Bryantsvllle. Becker "We, the underlgnel breeders of , doubtful and suspicious cases, the an'. with (luernsey cattle, have mills which become sources of Infec- Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick-- J. the state and federal government for tlon when left In the herd. Wagers, Klrksville, Ky. "We urge every owner of cattle, of j a number of years for the erutUcatloifl ilairr nr beef breed tn hnvn KJ. .l. of tuberculosis In our herds'. We do j tie tested for tuberculosis under the heartily agree It ha. been of freat supervision of the federal Inspectors value In cleaning and keeping r'euu 8watlng and Swearing. Head Work. Optimistic Thought. our herds of tuberculosis. We believe working with the state authorities. When In a fix, sweating will get you Two heads are certainly heller than Time Is u better isuaforter thun n cattle "We urge all owners of cattle to uc every breeder of pure-bre- d farther than swearing. Forbes Mags- - one for a barrel, Jacksonville with tbelr state and Bectlon. their Influence to secure, through should Office line. proper legislation, reasonable cotniien-satlo- n federal authorities In trying; to stamp Daily Thought. by the state of losses sustained out this disease. If they will do th CotV. Inventor's Name. IjiImii you know. Is pruer,-- Kayanl Her Shots Murt Her Feet tuhcrculosut will soon be n thing 'Of In the eradication of tuberculosis. The cork legs do not owe As a general thing, when you scc-the past." Charles K. Wirt, William Tnlor. "We urge every render to Gilcher Hotel, woman bobbllng along the street with NYltleon, J. II. Nahrgang. j their name to their composition, but to with the federal and state authorities the fart that their Imcntor was 11 Dr. 111 agonlieil expression It Is a sign that Minn. In their campaign to eradicate tulter-culoslAluminum From Lambdor Stone. i(ori, peiligreed cattle she's got more foot than head. Dallaa To the breeder of nnd wc believe the most A f.ictnry In Norway claims to ob-- , Danville, Kentucky. News. nnd surest method Is the use the Inspection by governmental au- tain aluminum from Ijinkxlur stone, nf the tuberculin test, ns advocated thority of his herd Is of untold value. heretofore regarded s valueless. The Three Hundred. and practiced by the federal and state Not only In dollars, enabling lilm to reWhen Class Is Scratched. What an jour sjicar. 11 Xerxes? main free of tuberculosis, or If his catbureaus." To reinme slight scratches from What are jour slings, proud Persian, Wanted More "Bee Jelly." tle ure found Infected lo illstsise of Has Heard No Criticism. visiting grandma with onr '.'.niMl soldiers sheeting plate glass, Ural clean I lie outlin e by When Howard wus those reacting lo tuberculin, nnd thereliere is another letter or the same by saving the Uvea and cousenlng the he was given his lirst taMe of bouey the plains of tircccc with splendor, mul gently rubbing with 11 pad of cotton-wihi- I; then ciner the pad with cotspreail on bread and butter, lie liked roaring, like the Jubilant sea, lung the X ' character from F. Darrey, secretary table of those not affected. The n There stands ton veUet, rubbed with Hue rouge. it so much that Uhiii arriving for 11 Pass of Thfrmopjlao? S of the Inter-Count-y llotstcln Breeders' of asserting that one's herd Is Lcoiilihis with his rocklike; nnd This will not only remote the scratchlslt be rushed In exclaiming. association, Uiitcrtnwn, Wis. I on the accredited list becomes n moral es, but will iiLso iiiiuirl great grandma, can I bate 11 piece of they Jon Imik with tin Idea. "It gives me Treat pleasure to be ,, nn.in(Il), Usset."-Ilenja- mlu to the glass. breud mid butter with bee Jelly on It" j (ieorge Wlllltilit Curtis. nble to Indorse uioveuicnt which Hunt. Eatonton. Ga. believe Is going to be a life: taver for There are iiitdouhicdly Mime the breeder who Is playing the game men In the business who on top of the table. The accredited will take every udvunlnge they can, herd plan makes the pure-bre- d game 11 nnd If the slates und gowrnmcnt will safer, better and more encouraging Co. Z iiioperate In this work and only pass proposition. 4 that have been tested by author Jt IncoriMiM e I, "I have my herd on the list. This cattle men, tin- l.i-disease will soon I hi I fact relieves me of that constant drad Mumped out." (". It. tS iger. Parts, K) Manufacturers of Perf Fitting J of Infection which haunts u man whoi Of Incalculable Value. X does not know where he Is with ref--1 "The value to the Mate In the pro SPECTACLES I know that If I .' I erence to tubercn'osls. tection of the whole cattle Industry I should he unlucky enough to pick up I advantage to Individual EYE GLASSES germ, it will bo detected In Its In I nnd the ..f lnf..lf.Ml.il.1athe In ti ! 1! FARM NO. 1. Situated on the Hiclmiond nnd Ijincustcr turnpike, nnd contains tt . o.nibatliri stnge mid In conseaiience i. .1...1....1 Is n gently rolling farm, very fertile soil. Has dandy 10 room dwelling, stock burn, two ucres. which many tin from the accredited herd plan will you could wish for. Well wittered, bus about 50 J feiestr.lt beay tenant houses, und every kind of Kryptoks Ariificial E, fortunate breeders have experienced. acres of old blue grass soil that will produce anything, and this uin be subdivided into . so plain that ull breeders of purc-hrcA true test of Its merit innv be FARM NO. 2. and will sell you 137 ncres with nil improvements excepting one tenant Invisible lSlfoc.il Letts :: : caieie especially win ne torceii, 111 or- - ' 5 real xed wheu I tell you that I bate I,,,,,. , t(, ' 1 house, and ulso tIlcr rntt. , m,vllll,age. et to hinr a word of destructlvo crltl tn become menihcrs of the accredited FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 ncres excellant kuul nnd very iiccenable to the pike with ll Ism. I have talked to many breeders herd system. small dwelling cn name. u It. J. (loode. .Ir the subject. The test to become FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 10U ynnls from Richmond und Ijinraj-'.e- r l'urm, tiastouburg, Hereford & Chestnut 8ts, nmong cattle men has only to Ala. 4th neral turnpike und contains 78 ucres, well improved with good ll room dwelling, one tenant house, "vplalned to them. All our boys In two good barns and n farm known throughout (inrrard County ns being a good one und this will LOUISVILLE, KY. "Coiitldenco Is the chief vulue of bo priced subdivided Into smaller tracts. vicinity want to get on the 1W. tuberculin testing. First, " 111 certain tlu fact that my herd ilence that comes from knowing jourj FARM NO, 5. Situated on Rood pike, near schools ami churches with good H room dwell-inlarge barn that will house ubout 10 acres of tobacco. Is Lie list enhances Its ulue. The Well wutered nnd good fencing, exherd Is free from tuberculosis uinl Hi" -I lie cellant laud und can be bought .it u bargain price of $ l.'O.dU per acre, contains 1GI ncres. 8 with trhoiii I have come In satisfaction that comes from this concon, gentlemen well ven-c- d 6 situuted on good pike In Paint l.kk High School district, contains new t! re In FARM NO. dition; second, the confidence the buy. room bungalow und new 10x40 tob.irco burn, good tenant house and stock barn with sheds Iheli and nlttntlte to duty." lug public puts In your herd. The pub'I'tds one will not be for sale many days at $25.00 per ucre, contains only 70 acres. The undersigned hereby give warn-n- g "Only to Eradicate Tuberculosis." lic Is willing to pay for this confidence. FARM NO. 7 Situated only about 1.!! mile from goad pike. In Paint I.lck High School I to nil persons not to trespass upon Tills makes my breeding work u pleas-- j 111 oilier letters follow! F.itri. district, good 0 room dwelling, good stock und tobacco b.trn, now accommodates nbout ti ncres of Vt. II. Sen- "I cai 100 hlshly of Hi If j uie und nln profitable. lur lands for any purpasu whatever tobacco, is well watered and will show you the best furni crops in the vicinity, 'I his fnrm is e held of 80 head has our, llrookvwe, Itul.. presiueiu or tne) priced right ut T 1.10.00 per ncru und only cuntuius lilt ucres. Is we will prosecute all offenders to vnrl. SI. beeu testcu second time, nr.d 1 find Indiana Dairy Association. the law. HuntIhe fullest extent of FARM NO. 8 Situated on good pike has over $15,000,00 of improvements equipped just "We have been much Interested in :ht, I have had (enlike you want it for big farming enterprise. Is now nuking more money for the investment than ers and fishermen especially take eterythlng n during the past five getting our neighboring breeders tn slderable tn liny farm in the country. Located only 3 3-- 4 miles from town. Will show you the best crop of notice. Over 300 acres of this one In grass und 150 to !i00 ucres tobacco in the vicinity anywhere. 'tv begin to l Ilia. huto their herds tested, so that we U. L. Elkln, or six tea IK, it Mrs. Cora Phillips, ,1 of Iho situation, might hato a clean hill of health In I have entire ready to cultlvute this next year. A bargain without 11 doubt bus nearly 11 milo ' ''B,ru,u' Can Daniels, Mrs. Emma be bought at 185.00 per acre, worth J200 per ncre. 1 nm doing nil 1 this cominunltr. Ho fur we have been o encourage other , R. L. Arnold. luee'ders to put he'ids luiilir ll'c Instrumental In securing over fifty up-- 1 Let me sell you u furm or sell your farm, for you. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hockley, goteruiuent's sup, tv,,, inn us I think It plications for the tuberculin test mid Mrs. Emma Hlgglnbotham, to the best of our knowledge every one Is thu only wuy to eradicate tubercuKdd and N. B. Price. lar trouble." H. A. A! ses. President Is satisfied with the results und has ( puny, llittl-neagu- full fulfil In Its application. The only Ktruthiiiore Paper '6. C. Itlgsby. regret that I have Is that there Is not Mass, p. M. Anderson, PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. "Oovcrumcut testing (1 'uberculosls a compulsory law n that we might rid tt. L. Barker , 1 helps . Is one of the thul the entire United Unites of this Instill-B. L. Kelley. Whlnuery, Su. ous disease." Willis Could jsisslMy t.o offeren 1 ila!r)uieu. 3. C. Rlgsby. ance nnd leiu, O. It Is just as good as fire I fl ill MIT II 'W 'STOCK FARM Most Economical Wear life service age safety comfort. Tliesc t re the things that count in tire. values means greater economyless cost of maintenance less repairs and depreciation. Dr. J. W. WEBER These are exactly what you get in United States Tires, general tire faction. This greater total of tire 5'Ballard, Car owners who do their own thinking prefer United States Tires. Their merit is recognized everywhere, i We have them a type und size for every car. tires. ... f FOOT O0CT0R 6 CP. ". Southern Optical J I Farm Bargains Ui POSTED 4 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 2, 1919 are our Offerings in Womens Wearing Apparel for Fall Suits, Coats and Dresses of extraordinary quality at very reasonable prices. SHOES made of the best of leather and which represent n jiiphly finished product nt the very lovc,st price quality considered. BLOUSES, Underwear, Hosiery and Notions. The best quality at the very lowest possible price. The most Complete line of Woolens, Silks, Ginghams and Domestics ever shown in Lancaster. Remarkable The One Price Store. Mr The Joseph Mercantile 60. Quality our MoJoj1- nbtfuAnh HARROWS. BROWN WAGON, MOWERS, PITLESS CULTIPACKERS, Elizabeth Diilion of Stanford Mis the guest thi week of M.licr. Mm. MANURE SPREADER, J. R. MOUNT & CO. Gossip About I'annie Wnlher wait :i f.ucst Treacheraville. fo.- dinner nt the Kcngarlan of l'rof. SCALES. Mrs. Kannic Walker has returned and Mr Hopkin and Mi" Uolnnon. to Lancaster after a visit in the Mm. J. II. Kinnalrd nml .V,r. country to her son, Mr. Robert WalSILAGE CUTTER HiKRinbothani i.re intending the ker and other relatives, preparatory Iji-(Stnte W. C. T. U. Convention nt to leaving shortly for Smithfield to ranee. make her home. She is enjoying a PRICES SURPRISING round of quiet attention from her N. Miller nml mother, Mr, Mm. friends nnd recent neighbors who Thursday for sever are loth to lose her. lintermsh, left al week vint to llieir cniiiiren ami Dr. and Mr. B. F. Walter have Virein.i. in Deal House. The Lexington, purchased property in Mary I.nkcy, of Washineton and with their family, Mi will make D. C, and Mr. and Mm. II. H. Trice their home in that city with the comfricn.s, Mii Klizalteth anil Dcrn of Danville, visited Mm. D. M ing of the new year. Their many ll.ifi.n ljickey 11111I Mis Jennie Ijickey on Lancaster friend much regret their Km-in- n 1 erand-childrc- nnd grandMr. John William Carrie children and Mis Rebecca William were guest for the day recently of Willnm Mr. am' Mt3. Mellaril at IN MEMORY FOR SALE: Two cows nnd young calves. good milk Of Burdeaux Francis Arnold, who Died Sept. 10th, 1919. Little Burdeaux ha gone, Another flower, the pride And joy of father and mother 1 taken from earth to heaven. Blessed Burdeaux she ha left us. On this earth nt more to dwell. But we know that she is resting, With Him "who tloeth all things well." Wc on earth no more shall see her But the angels are her guide And we know that she is ever Near the 'blessed Saviors side. tf. i J. E. Robinson. black mare with white hind feet, hands high. Liberal about 14 Joseph Brewer, reward. 25-'J- t. R. F. D. 1, Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE: One 0 Roll McCor-mic- k Corn Huskcr nnd Shredder, 1 McCormlck Corn Binder, all guaranteed to please. Cheap on cah or time ns preferred. G. H. Ruble, Buena Vista Ky. Forty-seve- n FOR SALE: S .utl.-tloewes nml two rnms These heeri arc cr.tia good in quality nnd age. Also a Six Horse power Fairbanks and Morie gnsolinc inginp; Ross Cutter, with all belts anil si oft?, practically now W. H. Burton, Lancaster, Ky. tf .f h.I Vt Keoplevev i A BtWi 0At id the Comlri Mialten by Theee V Art InlcrttUd In. Mr. Harry ll'idton in SpnnitflrM. Mr Mii'l vif itinu c Sundav. Mr Pave Walker, of North Carolina, is visiting hi hrother, Mr. J. J. Kev. C. D. Strcthei, Mers Fred Walker, an.l daughter. Mm. Virgil and Clay Sutton and I". It. .MarksKinnniril. bury attended the funeral of Mr. V. D. Mark'bury nt the Fork church on Mm. I. C Itucker anil Miss Chan-tin- e Tuesday. llucker of Taint I.ick were with Mm. Jamc i. Conn nml family l.it Mr. C. A. Itohinson entertained Wednesday. Monday with an elegant dinner in In dismantling her benuti removal. ful home recently Mm. Walter dis posed of quite a number of interest mg piefes of antique furniture. Mm W. A. Ki.rn.iu have Wmclieter Ohio, are the guct Mr. Mm. A. II. Kirk ami chililrcn teen rrJcnt visitor Mr ml Mr. pending cvcral day in Cincinnati. Robinson arc in Cincinnati. j nnil Mm. C. M. Tattemon. Richmond street. Mm. of of on Ilnhoii Campbell anil prettv of SUnfonl, have heen the Mr. ami Mr. Bright Swinehroad ! glint of Mr;. W. 11. Hall ami family are in Louisville for a few day stay. on Kirhmoml street. children it vn.it-.n- g Mr ami .Mm. Itruce Ijiwsoii are anil relative. (welcoming a run, who wa horn last Iwick. Numcro'H friends are ex-- j Mr. Rockwell Smith, of .Stanfor.l tending congratulation. ha been visiting UincMtrr friends. Mis.es Carrie Itelle ltomuin anil i attending j Christine Samlem, tuilent of Ham- Stnpp .Mr. Irvine school nt State Univcmity, Lexington ilton College, Lexington, spent the Kentucky. .week eml with hnmefolks. Mri Tom Klkin of lllmui Uinratfr friend Mrs. Randolph Harris it in attending lh! Methodist Convention. Sum-rrtry Frank-i- e Mm Knima KaulTman, Mi Kauffir.an nml .Mr. Clay KaulTman Mm. IJ. D, Simpson spent the pant Mr. Mm. Naomi Hamilton entertained with in Lexington dinner in Sunday with a hirthday Henry Simpson nml family. lienor of hei son. Master J.inie Ham Air. Dave Dunn, after a pleasant ilton, who wr tight year old. visit to Mr. Ellen Owsley, lia re. turni-.- l to her home in Danville. ltev. J. K. Moorman, Mr. (iuy Dav- idfon, and Mr. nml Mm. Henley HasMartliu Frisbie, Mm. Mattie lira. the Christian conven Trice, of tin attended Price anil Mm. Graham past week. Sunday. tion in HonkiiHvlle the Danville, were in l.nnciit"r Emily Trewitt, of K. C. W Mi .Mis Virginia Conn of Lexington Danville, accompanied Mia .ilnrgnrspent last week with her hrothem, Cook home for n week end visit Jaine (!., John A., ami Thus, V. et her parents, Mr. nml Mm. W. R to Conn. Cook. .Mr. Ilurton Stnpp left Moinlay for Mm. Iluckner Spindle and little State University of Illinois where he daughter. Marjory, who have been Business 11 will take Commerce nml spending thtf summer with her par Course. ents, Mr, and Mm. IX. E. MrKobcrU, Misses Martha nml Margaret Cur-t- i Wt Tuesday for their home in Nor-folkVirgimi. spent the week eml with their attemleil the funeral of Mr. Frank l.usk m llmtonvilhs Monday. The invitations to the Hughes Harding wedding for Wednesday In Danville, were recalled owing to the pcriou illness of the groom' father A vi ry simple ceremony wa perhonor of Mr". Dave Dunn, of Dan formed at the ho.nc of the bride yes houe-eiiesof Mm. terday morning and they left nt t villi, who i the Kllen Owsley. once for Jiidgs Hughes' bedside ii. Louisville. Thi young popular Mm. J. I). A. McDowell. Mm. I.. V. couple have the best wishes of all Amelia who know-Hue, Mies Clara Phillip. them. Yerkes, Amanda liode nnd Emnie- The following announcement will line Harbison, of Danville, attended the meetine of the Tresbyterial in be read with interest her, where the groom elect is well remembered, be Ijinraster Friday. ing a nepjjew of Jim. Joe Mount Messrs Will Itice Anion and Val and Mr. R. K. McRoberts. (!ook left Sundav for lioston Ma.. "The engagement of Miss Helen where they enter the Hoton School M. Hanister, daughter of Mr. and Anion will snecial Mr. K. W. Banister of .riT28 West of Technnloirv. ite In Architecture and Cook take minster place, to Robert H. McRob Mechanical F.neincf rini:. erts, ton of .Mr. and Mrs. J. T. MeRobert of University City, was Mr. and Mm. Hobert Hl.inton will made known Thursday afternoon at soon occupy ther recently acquired n bridge party given by Mm. Frank jnoperty on Lexington rtreet. They H. Hill of UOCII Westminster place tinve mailt attractive alterations in Miss Hanister was graduated from the interior plan of the house and Mary Institute in 1014 and from have installed heating facilities. Washington University in 1918. She i a member of the Kappu Alpha Mr. Ollie Dunn, who ha recently reen ilisthargeil from the i.rniy, and Thetn Fraternity, anil was muiil at Mis city, the Veiled Prophet's Ball in 1014 Isabel Sanford. of thi were married Saturday. I he young Mr. McRoberts also graduated from Washington University. He i couii e will reside in Iincartcr, Thev are attractive nnd tionular. anil member of the Phi Deltn Thi and Tli while the wedding wa a surprise to Phi Delta Theta Fraternities. their friend, the congratulation of date of the wedding ha not been all who knew them, and the best announced. wishes for their happiness will go Need Sntns Pint af All with them. "In our complex civilization ona A very charming time wn enjoy- - scarcely know what ethical princia writer. ed with Mm. George Robinson, Miss ple to follow." Kn One inlchtSt forth reacmiilt.lr mnflilnnt e Fannie and Hettic West on Satur day afternoon when they entertain In tha Ten Coinninndineiits nml "the Sermon on the Mmmt. St. Louis etl in honor of Dave Dunn of We will miss her by the fire side, Wc will miss her from her play, 1 FARM FOR RENTi wish to But we hope some day to meet her. rent my farm containing 164 acres, In that land of endless day. located 1 2 miles west of Marcellu on the Fisher Ford pike, for the year All her precious ways and sayings Are for us but "stepping stones". 1920, with seeding privileges this fall. For further information or And each step will only lead us. particular call or phone Nearer our eternal home. 25-2- t. R. L. Rose. Mercellus. Ky. In our mind shall always linger Big type BOAR FOR SALE: Memories of her little form. Duroc. Orion and Defender breedAs we some day hope to ree it, Registered. None ing. Better. "On that bright, .md cloudless Immuned. First class individual. morn." Excellent sire. Ha had best of care and easy service. In perfect One by one the Father gather Twenty-thre- e condition und health. Choicest flower rich and rare, Selling to dissolve partAnd transplants them in His garden, months old. Henry Lloyd and E. C. nership. They will bloom forever there. Cheatham, Lancaster, Ky Thone She i blooming, brightly blooming, :I82-- 23-2- t. the fairest flowers of light. In the sarden of sweet Eden, Where the, flowers never blight. Mid FOR SALE. THREE FORD TRUCKS. All in Good Condition. Just Overhauled, 25-:i- t. Farewell Rest And we In the little darling angel. on His bosom where you lie nil will come und meet you home above the sky. Burdeaux Ferguson Cotton, O. R. CARPENTER, i At Carrard Mill. Store Closes- atonement. 25-2- t. ' Our store will be closed Saturday, October 4th, on account of Jewish holiday, Yon Kippoor or day of Classified Column RATESi Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for tlie price of live. Phone orders must be paid promptly. f Joseph Mercantile Co. FOR SALE. BUNGALOW, LAND. ALL NECESSARY OUTBUILDINGS, IN-- 1 CLUDING GOOD STOCK BARN. PossessLOCATKD IN HUBBLE. ion January 1st 1920. Mrs. J. K. SANDERS, Hubble, Ky. ROOM SIX NEW THREE ACRES OF I 8 Buy Now Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. Keifer Pears, Canning Apples, (I Sweet Potatoes, Pickling Spices, Can- R ning Acid, Apple Vinegar, J Danville and Mr. Harriett White, of Nashville Telin., who were old school mates in thi city. Totted plant and heliotrope, pink .tiul white asters added to the attractiveness of the rooms. During the afternoon, Ices, caki anil bonbon were served and the color scheme of heliotrope, pink nnd white wn carried out. About CI twenty-liv- e guest were invited to drop in in the delightfully informal ay and the occasion wa most pleasantly spent by nil. The hostesses were, assisted by Mis Mume In the congenial gathering Walter. wcie Mr. Dave Dunn,, .Mr, llnrrictt White. .Mr. Kllen Owsley, .Mr. 11. jjj A. H. Mnrksbury, Mm. Kunnle Karra, Mm. Hen Hudson, Mr. J. J. Walker, j Mr. Dollie Rrovvn, Mr Snllle D.tiicy, Mrs. M(ldreil Bcaxlcy, Mrs. Arthusa Currey, Mm. Chenault, Mm. I.ettie Ware, Mr. Knima Kauffman, Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. Llziie Denny, Mr. D. (Julley, Mr. W. T. West, Mrs. Nack McGrath, Mr. Joe Burnslde, Mrs. Charlie Ballew, Mrs. William Lear and Mrs. Eliza Hill. Mr. FOR SALE -i- W.000 Snl : Tobacco Co i Laddie's Form of ExercHe. I whs inuklng a houe-to-hou- e canFOR RENT Unfurnished lower ratrecently nml a I turned In at Mrs. J. R. Mount. fine hnui 1 noticed a smell boy nnd room. hi" tlojr, but the ilg no foi hit noticed FOR SALE: Some nice baled hay. me than be came iHtiintlliig towards B. L. Kelly. me. harking lomlly. "Don't K sfrnlil," called the lad. "Luldle wou't b'le; be I A nice cottage on FOR RENT: Just exerclslus tils bark." Chicago rrlbDDe. Danville street, formerly occupied by Harry. J. W. Elmore Still Searching for Atlantis. J. M. Metcalf. Survever. 25 vears I I'hnenlelan tradition nw rlhcd to the Blue prints furnished. people of Atlnntl n lilfli civilization. experience. I'honc During tlie Inst few year silentlflc ex All call answered promptly. peditions, in pumult of natural history 185, Stanford, Ky. "specimen," bale made explorations STRAYED: To my place about of the sea bottom In that reclon. How Interesting It would bo if their drag two weeks ago, a large red sow, nets brought up from the depth soma weighing about 200 pounds. Owner ancient relics from drowned towns of can have same by paying keep and tho lost continent. for this notice. Ike Naylor. FOR SALEi Th. Tott.n LOST: I think, sonewher plc, in Lancaster, a large single blade knife. Crab Orchard Street, four seres, reward. splendid house, Urge barn, garage, German $5.00 souvenir. cistern, end never falling spring. Return to Record Office. H. Clay Haejillen. F. N. FoUer. 25-2- Jt MM l K XX It X KiCMlWSXWlOOe ttlcks. . . S. S. Lumber Farm For Sale. 240 acre stock and grain farm, one mile from depot nt Brookhaven Mississippi. Two dwelling houses. two tenant houses, tine mule barn, large cattle barn, 110 ton silo, potato dry house, corn crib, and one of the best fenced farms In county. On account of ill heiilth of owner this farm will be sold at a bargain, fully equipped. For further information address, O, M. Morcland. Bryantsville Ky. KeaT aal'e SVslv. ssStajL8" fee ta iMkV.ji.lai Bessaa, aa er. tfA its tSTW ue-a Ue eMee ewsalee UM liu STORMES DRUG STORE. 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 2. 1919 SAVE THE DIFFERENC WIRE FENCE. Only top 55c. ! ft. all No. 0 Hog 12 Inch Stny 20 Incl r i Hop 0 inch Stay S 4 ft. 4 20 Inc; :l D Boy's COME WITH ME. Our Fall and Winter Suits Are Here. WE CAN FIT ANY, AND ALL SIZES WITH THE NEWEST AND LATEST MODELS OF TAILORED SUITS. HIGH-CLASS Roofing. COMPLETE STOCK. 00 pound Slate Colored - $3.00 per Sq. Best Gnlv .$6.25 per Sq. Roofinc Getting Scarce Get Yours Now. AM IT LA. !ER CAR JUST IN. OUR PRICE WHILE 80c. '() cents. 45 cents. $1.75. Here' the biggest' Store in Madison County, cater- 2 . ') HAY BAILING WIRE. only ing especially to our boys They carry everything you want Everything makes you A real good looking New Coffee Roaster. We have just installed a new Coffee Roaster. You can now secure fine Crisp fresh roasted Coffee Ready-to-Wear. WAGONS. Goinf, 'litfhor 2 3-- 4 Ovtpletc, only Get Yours Now. $125.00 feel like a man. treat in Suit, Shoes, Caps, every day. Be sure and try it and see what delicious coffee you will have. WHEAT DRILLS. 8x8 Complete with on!1 Sox, Ties, Collars, Shirts, $135.00. 10x7 t omplete with Fertilizer and Grass Seeder $145.00. onl.. fertilizer and Grass Seed, - and Underwear. Stoves Shoes. Bostonians Shoes beaten. fit your foot. Stoves. Our Fall and Winter Offerings are now in. Don't Fail to see our wonderful assortment before buying. SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, ALL SIZES, ALL PRICES, U. S. Government used Cole's Hot Blast Stoves Walk-Over HARNESS AND SHOE SHOP. Our Harness and Shoe shop is now running hill force. l?"ing your work to us and you will be well pleased 'th the results. Have your shoes repaired before 1 : weather comes. We make old shoes look lik" new. 1 and cannot be in France. WHY? cent of fuel Bills. Because they save 25 to 50 per Call and Let us We have a Complete line at our furniture Dept. BUY A "COLE" AND SAVE COAL. For Old and Young. FURNITURE WE ARE RECEIVING NEW FURNITURE EVERY DAY. ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS. IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT Furniture AND SEE OUR WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KEINTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." s s x BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Ralph were the guests of Mr. and ventures, but ue are glad wr can welcome him once again Mrs. John Wyley Sunday in our and sister Stella midst. Mrs. Susie Gr-cDal is spent the ueik end with their uunt. Mrs. Sum Davis near I'aint I.ick. Dr. und Mrs. U. B. Montgomery Lou, jaud little daughter, Martha were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop Sunday nfternoon. tracts sold at an average of $117 week, her sisters, Mrs. Wilhnw Hen Mr. and Mrs. Il.it.com l'rewitt enper acre and was purchaed by Mr. ton of Lexington and Mrs. l;'rr:!'i of tertained seernl friends anil relativAllan Rogers. Oregon. es Sunday for dinner, The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Scott Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Wnn and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron l'rewitt and who died at the home of her daugh- and Mrs. Bennett Roop were in Cin little daughter Ruth Cameron, were Mrs. Belle Jefferics in Nicholas-villter, cinnati, Wednesday for the "World guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Se last Saturday was held at the Series." bastian Sunday, Sunday Mt. Olivet cemetery after B. Ledford received n wire Here comes "Bradshaw Mill", not there, Monday notifying him he. had u box noon, and the body interred have hud Mrs. Scott formerly lived here and ticket to the .World Series at Cin- dead, but just sleeping; u good rain, which every one was has a number of relatives in this cinnati this week. glad to see, so why shouldn't we alv. county. Mrs. Wallace Treadway, and Mrs. woke up. Brandenburg of Heidtiburg end Miss Ruwlings of Richmond were guests BUENA VISTA Quit i of Mrs. Thomas Logsdon und Mr and WHEN NEURALGIA Mrs. Elizabeth Green is ill at her Try NR .Mrs. 0. M. Treadway Sunday. . home li..' News was reteir-- u Monday r;irn-inATTACKS NERVES Miss Lucy Jennings was in Danby relatives V"t of death of NB Tonight Tonorrow Feel Right ville last J.: jnlay. Mr. Howard t: Colorado Springs. John Ruble f Danville was here He was hrolliftr of Mrs. A. II Zt t a mutate l continually dos Sloan's Liniment scatters ills, yourself with si-- c lied Lixativw Wednesday. Wynn w.i;- - wits at hi bedHidt. on business !;. calomel, oil. purees and cathartics the congestion and and forc Uoel action. It weaken uble and children Mrs. Robert ths lunc)t and liver and makes conrelieves pain stant dot in are visiting rel..t. .a at Burgin. Stony Point. Why djn t sou burin rlzht today to Mrs. Lillie Mct'ann of Paducah is otcrcone vol r constipation and rt your such shire that A little, applied uithout rulliitti, wi'l the guest of her nr. .lier, Mr. Will! purclrif stc.i ..ili unnecessary T dally Yoj will Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Burr have been tirelrntf iirtnedutcly and rct -- nd can do bo If you pet a 25c tox of Lane. . Nsursa Remet (Nil Tablets) and recent visitors of relatives in llereu. hkiIIic the neric3. i. !. m n raci rf.ut t jr a v. eel; or o. Miss Kate HoltziSv spent last Sluans I ii m is cry cdctie in Miss Margaret O'Hearn rpent the Nit TaUeU do much mora t!r n lb)ing rxtcnul strjini, t.nmo, week end with her fi u . near LanrcJ easy bowel i' v n CI.U3 3 week end with home folks at Murks-burachcj, stifT joints sore mimics, limilia-HTil! J rr if mn rc.j u;kiii thq caster. fUho aa V !l i. el!;r.lnaUio oralis ntunii), t i.tic.i. ilicuuntictuiiiKri. poil td?"t!cn. cause-- tltfl '.urgin is Keep a big buttle Miss Pauline Burdetti on hand Misses Alice and Jessie King of lod M s t Lin n j W.nvnt from a. I for family ue. Druggists everywhere. yon cat, elves you a cool, tlm (he guest of her sister, Ji" Herbert Mt. Vernon have been visiting Misses 35c. ?0c $1.40. nrt a'thrrj the mer, tlto. liart (1 rooks. s, it- - laU kidney iW.Ii.-- 't .t: Jennie anil Bessie Barr. iv.tl tha whole his r.iJ I a thorn' li cn.l i;l vi;.. Mr. J. I. Hamilton Ihxi c' 'an Ins out. TtiM Misses Margaret O'Hearn and Jenactr"!IUI:M y i "Mil not hrve to taka .at moth.fr, Mrs. Mary HamilU jno'ctrry ljy An occasional Nil nie Barr were visitors Sunday night tublvt will KeT your body In condiSunday. of Miss Cora Fletcher. l yuur hunt. tion and you can nluuya I, Try Nature's remedy (Nit Tablets) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hamilton Misses Nancy und Kvu Scott are r.nd prow this. It is ttie Ust Urn! Mr. Hamilton's mother in Lane. Mrs. (leo. medklno that ou can and cots with their only 55o pr bo, containing enoucti to Thursday. Garner who is very ill. teritynvu days. Nature's Rem'ist (NU CAKIERSVILLE. Tablets) U sold, Kturuntfed edy C. Ruble was the guest cf Mrs. II. Misses Ilennie Metcalf und Mar.J recommended by yuur druffjlst Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott at Lancui garet Croushorn left last week for Mr. J. T. Allen is stil Ion the sick ter last Monday. Berca where they will enter school. list. OF SICKNESS. FORERUNNERS are Indigestion and constipation the forerunners of half the ills of When food is properly mankind. digested, you are free from billious-nes- s, gas, bloating, sick headache, n,ur stomach coated tongue. Foley Cathartic Tablets cleanse the bowel", sweeten the stomach and invig-otit- e the liver. R. F.. McROBERTS, Druggist. t. For, le Rheumatic Affections riiynicinns Imvu found Laxativts, Purges; g te Next Saturduy night 'and Sunday is the regular time for preaching ut Carter's Chapel. We are expecting our new pastor, every body is invited to come und hear him lias 'I he drilling of the oil well been progiessing n icily until Fliday wiien the large beum broke that supported the drill. This will cause ., hindrance for n few days. a most I'floi'tivo and riiilisfneton Agent in UEYOJtti ) There will be a I'ie und Box supper at the I. O. O. F. Hall Oct. 11, for the benefit "of Carter's Chapel Every body bring a Sunday School. box and come. pie ot Mrs. Julia A. Weddle celebrated her Kind birthday Saturday Then-wora large crowd of friends and neighbors and all enjojed the day fine. We hope she may live to enjoy many mote such occanons, "The Witerway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever.. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful In Class cf Wattr AIo prescribed by physicians for constipation, indigestion, hih blood jrc'iure, l.ardcnmg of rtcrics and skin allec-lio- n. Money back if not satisfied. On nrcierlntiAit from your nhv- " ' s i c i a n or at ac-t- i. , -- fl alaj - ' ut the I. success.. f- . us-- grand-mothe- r, The pie supper S nturday nijli. O. O. I'. Hull wa a liu(.e A large crowd with plenty of pies which brought good prices. The Belle among our midst now h Miss Cora ('. Roop, she getting the greatest number of votes for luing the prettiest girl und a nice cake being the prize uwurded her. ?Skjuc 4TTIiS.r f H jourdrujrgisu. (incorptiritr!) Owcn.boro. Ky. POOR RIDGE. KY. Miss Ruth Lane who Is teaching in the I'aint Lick High school spent the week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Scott WHEN A CHILD HAS CROUP. Thousands of mothers say Foley's Honey und Tur Compound is the best remedy they know for croup, coughs nil colds. It cuts the thick, choking mucus, cleurs uwny the phlegm, opens air passages, und eases bourse-nes- s. The gusping, strangling tight for breath gives way to ijulet breathing and peaceful sleep. It. E. McROBERTS, Druggist. o' L iogton visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ruble last Thursday. Burgin Mrs. John Dismukes of spent a few days of last week with her daughter, Mrs. Victor Ruble. Mrs. T. A. Hopper, Mrs. R. F. Coghlll and Mrs. U. U. Worley of Louisville, were guests of Mrs T. M. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner from Nina uro visiting Mrs. '. 11. Turner. Mr. Eugene Calico who has been in Hamilton Ohio has returned home. Scott recently. Mr. Fletcher Ison is with his father. Fletcher enlisted In the Navy at the beginning of the war and has been serving on the Leviathian on iter many trips across. The sale of the farm of Mrs. Henry Williams was well attended. The farm which was offered in three The people in this vicinitj liiive been busy making molasses und cutting corn. 1 ,. .T LICK Bro. Bryant filled his regular nt White Lick Saturday and Sunday. Quite a cr. ere In Beua from "v speak Monday, here to luar ,5' Wo must trunk the good petplo 10.'.'-4- t. aJv' for working our rouds which imI'ig Hid."1 t. i 'tie son Andrew proved it so much. i t Lick Sunday. were mti'.. in BRADSHAW MILL. We are expecting a good attend-anc- e Mic3 Lucy Krur.iis had as her at the school now as the new guest this week, Mist S'ox of Dan Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders spent ville. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. books have arrived. The good rain we had last week Mr, Ash Lcdford told his farm on L. W. Warmoth. considerMonday to Mr. Jim I.cwion, price Quite a number from this place at- has helped the fall grass vicinity. $ 1.10. per acre. tended the "Cotton" sale near Mob-erle- y ably In this Mrs. Leslie Wyley and little son, Mrs. W i'u i." had as lior kii its last last week. V . liiS, LanrasUr, Ky. Miss Kttu Hill spent the week end Mr. N. B. Turner had a pleasant with her sister, Mrs. Dilllard Simpsurprise Sunday, when all his rela- son, tives and friends gathered in, the folMr. und Mrs. Taylor Itaney spent lowing Monday being his 77th birthSunday with Mr. and Mrs. U. G. day. The day wns pent most enjoy, I'reston. leadable with muny conversations Mr. and Mrs, William Whittaker ing back to the davs of yore. A very appetizing dinner was served, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. It. lifter the evening was tpent they all II, I'reston. Mrs. U. G. 1'ieston und Miss Cardeparted with their hearts gladdened. May he ever live to enjoy muny more rie I'reston were the guests Thursday of Mrs. I. II. Duncan. null occuslont. MIskcs Ethel Clouse, Lovie Brown Mr. Ernest Center culled on his best girl Saturduy evening and Sun- und Olivia I'reston were the guests day. He was moit delightfully en- of Miss Agnes Simpson Sunday. Misses Elvuree Carter and Virgie tertained as he bus been absent from the community for several years. A Watts were the attractive guests of portion of his absence wus spent In Miss Currie I'reston Saturday nigl Colorudo on u ranch und the re- and Sunday. Miss Hazel I'reston and Miss mainder in the service for his country. He is one of the lucky ones Whittaker spent Saturday who went over seas and came back night and Sunday with Misses Grace to us. He had many thrilling ad and Lucille LcMay. Choice Residences s Lots Danville Street and Maple Avenue AT AUCTION SATURDAY OCT Lancaster, Kentucky 11 AT 2:30 P.M. : : : bed rooms 2nd, floor; large co ncrete basement and finished attic. Hard wood floor, hot a nd cold running water, beauti-lan- t, ful bath, Hot water Heating P costly light fixtures that go with the place, good cistern with pump at the kitchen door on screened in back porch. Provision and fuel houses, garage, each with concrete floors, large stable on alley, re gulation ceptic tank and other things of value. This is indeed a choice ho me. See it now, inspection vitcd. Usual. MAHOGANY FURNITURE AND PIANO. At same time will zcll 1 upright piano, good condition, and one complete set, new mahogany dining room furniture. o n m H it tl a it e Mapie Ave Residence and building Lots i 5 n : m a The above is a picture of that elegant residence, the home of A. F. Sanders on Danville Street, seldom equaled for its attractiveness of appearance- - modern to a faultless degree, quality from the ground up and will be sold from the block on the premises at AUCTION. The residence is of frame structure, two story fronting on Danville Street, large, perfectly graded front lawn, richly coated with blucgrass, ornamental shrubbery about; large fertiJe garden and stable lot extending thru to alley way at rear. The residence consists of reception hall, parlor, living room, kitchen, pantry, front, side and back porches, grade floor and Hall and four Immediately after the above sales will sell on the premfronting Maple Avenue, the splendid two story frame 7 ises room residence now occupied by J. A. Conn and two building lots adjoining. The location is ideal, high and airy, overlooking all that good property surrounding. The residence is in first class condition, good coat of paint, newly plastered, screened in back porch, dandy cistern, large shade trees and foroe fruit, good milk house, large rich garden, good chicken range, adjoining lots not for sale. Sold separately and as a whole. Terms Reasonable. Don't miss either of these sales, look the properties over and remember we are going to run out of homes for r.ale and we have not enough to go around, and sold by the man who SELLS. - a u o e i o w a a 9 u o a D. A BUCKEYE i the weekMm lleutah May end gueit of Mm. Kil'l Dalley. Mr. and Mm. S. N. Morfonl were in Danville Sunday visiting relatives. Mr ami OMA Mr. inn) Mrs. Edd Dickcrson of Hiclimiiml visited Mr ami Mrs. !co. ICay Sunday. il Mr. Walter Durham Murfonl his sister Mrs. Clyile llrumfielil at llanley last week. Mr. Robert Long was a guest of his uncle Mr. Charlie Cotton near Richmond last week. Rev. t,avson of t.corgetowu was u truest of Sir. ami Mrs. Dave Long Saturday night ami Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Arch Whitaker ami laughter. MIsh Dorothy of Maitison w Meal Ms MT. HEBRON a m .Mr. ("alico nt Kit hmoml last week her Hay visited Mr. Heather mother in Madison county first of tho Frankfort for n few days last week. Mr. Harrison Kay visited Mr. and Mr. Smillie Hill were In mirk. Drove Chariot of Flame; Starts in Speedway Race Mr and Mrs. Ilubhitt and Agnes here last eck, Jones were the gucMs of Mr. and Mr. ami Mrs. Mauley ami family Mrs. Walter Fain Sunday. of Maysville, spent u few days last Mr. ami Mrs. Powell Dalley and week with Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Miss Bert Dailey entertained n number of friends Tuesday night. Mr. ami Mrs. It. W. Sanders ami Mrs. Jooiali McCulley returned daughter were guests of .Mr. and home Sunday after several weeks Mrs. John Sanders at Lancaster on visit with relatives at Huena VUi.v Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. James Land, Mr. Coy Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz nml 1'ricc and children were visitors of family of .Mercer county and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ilohert I'ricc of near Mrs. Ilohert visited Mr. ami Lowell Sunday, Mrs. I.. F. Ilrown Saturday ami SunMr. and Mrs. Fred Howard and day. children, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley rruvcr Meeting Wednesday even-lu- spent the week end with Mr. and subject "The Claims of Christ Mrs. W. T. Moberley. Upon All Men." Prof. Tomerlin will Mr. and Mrs. Mose Kay nml son lead the meeting. Next weeks suh-Je- and Miss Jessie II. Kay were enter"Fishers of Men". tained ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 1.. I.. Sanders nml James Matthews Sunday. son. of Crab Orchard, .Mrs. Forrest Misses Thelma Simpson and Ilert Curtis and daughter Nora, of Dailey were visitors In Jessamine and Miss Christine Morfonl Saturday nnd Sunday with Misses have been guests of Mr. Hiram Itny Cracie Dean and Myrtle Teater. nml family. Mr. nml Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and son, Harrison, Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Sebastian nnd little son, Loyd motored to Lancaster Saturday afternoon. I x county viitcd relatives NIKIfmpilBIIHr laiwi aWMWi. AT tat KhsHifrullcam. tm lUasWha an. aU . h. sw aviU UKl'CCISTS, IT MARCS PAIN SAIL HOUR Bt V RLMCnY CO., UaiarM, Kf. IT):. It iiat. Nsw.l.U. tu, k. fcluw il It ln-- e lt MARKSBUKY Naylor bought u tine milk row CO. from Otis Naylor for Mr, nnd Mrs. Tom I'oynter of Lancaster were the guests of .Mr. and .Mrs. Ivor I'oynter Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Tom of Chesnut Fayette county have been visiting Kd 1 js0it4 Chnrlcs Coulter nt Cincinnati. The Hourne School gave a Pit The sick of this community are Supper Saturday night, and about convalescing. $20. was realized which will be used Mr. Hunter Kay sold a bunch of to buy books for the school. Jlfc 11 hogs to Mr. Henry Ruble at Anna Sam's pie lirnught $7.00. per pound. Mrs. 11. li. .Montgomery and chilHadn't Thought of That. dren and Mrs. Thos. Hicks attended A man, unnhle to ehmi-- e h wife from preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday. three girls whom lie admired, sent duproposal to Messrs Thomas Hicks aid Kd plicate letters of the one who all, to marry assent(Irow and wives nml Miss Sallie ed llrst. The trouble that be did not Tracey were in Lexington Saturday. foresee vrns that the two ones Mrs. Dudley Cordon and children would sue for bn nrh of promise. and Miss Iva Montgomery of FrankRice Culture Progress. fort spent last week with relatives The culture of rice Is alluded to In here. the Talmud, nnd there Is evidence Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton Jr.. that It win srnwn In tho valley of the of Lane aster were the guests of her IluphrMoo before 4M ft. O. It was takfather Mr. F. W. Montgomery on en Into Persia from India, nnd later Sunday. Into Spain by the Arabs. Thenre Its culture was Introduced Into Italy about .Mr. Hamlett Jennings nnd family A. D. HCS. spent Sunday with relatives in Jes- ut ramine and attended services regressing Rapidly. Little Hickman. For the fourth lime a new baby had Habit' Naylor are re- arrived ut the home of Robert's sisMr. ami 'r'- ceiving congratulations over the ar- ter Nellie. When Informed of the rival of a tine hoy who has been event one of his mints told him In an Impressive manner that ho was now christefted Willis llurdette. nn uncle for the fourth tlm. Rather .Mesdames M. 1.. Montgomery and fussed, the little fellow answered: Stone ami children left Sun-- 1 "(ioodness me. If things keep on I'll Herbert day for u visit to their father, Mr. toon be u graudpa." IIASELDEN BROS. Keep this Clipping, for it U Valuable. It puts you in touch with the Men you want, for they are noted to sell land higher than an) body else in this business. Loula Chevrolet, pictured above, performed the most spectacular performance ever seen III peeday rac-lu- g clrvles when, ou Saturday, Sent, SO, while racing ut the .Shcepshead Bar trmk, he drove III" Froiitcnac cur, III which ht wan solus at the rata of more than 100 miles an hour, mom than half war around the track while the Haines were em eloping the hool of thn inn rhino. In order to keep from helof perhaps fatally burned, and at Ihe same time with a lrw of saving his ear, If possible, Chevrolet drove halt way around th trark, standing In the cockpit of his machine, and hacking as far tsijr from the hood is possible, II succeeded In getting his car near the tire righting apparatus, which quickly itlngulaheU the fiauet which had reached his clotliliii;, mid iiImi the tiro on the car, Chevrolet's burns, while severe, "III not prevent him marling In the :ttx-ulrace to be run at the Clncliiuatl .Speednajr, at Kharonvllle, O., on Sunday afternoon, October 3. The car, which recehetl Its ImnlNra of tire, also n 111 be In shape, for the race. Other starter In this event will bo (laslon Chevrolet, holder of the world's record for 1M miles; Art Klein, Joe Hover, Toland Nicholson, Joe Thomas, Ralph DePalmu, Italph Molford. Ira Vail, Waldo Klein, Tom e Alley, Denny lilt key, Tom Hilton, U'Donnell, I'aul Harvey, Dave Lewis and others. The race, which la for a purse of $30,000, will be etarted at 1 o'clock. Sog Reports of the 1'liirlnnatl-Whltworld's series game at Chicago will ba posted by half Inn! Mr. Mark Ilogie nml family. Mrs. America Rail and little son Mr. II. I'rire visited Mr. and Mrs. James of West Lancaster spent last Hunter" Davis recently. week with her mother, Mrs. Ham The men in this community lire liusy making sorghum. Mr. John Sutton and Miss Susan Master Kliner and Joe Kay spent K. Sutton attended the revivul .'or-victhe week end with Mr. Harrison Kay. Sunday at Lancaster nnd were Mr. nml Mrs. Allen Teater enter- - guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hughes. talnod a number of relatives Sunday. Mr. James Doty accidentally shot Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knst made a himself In the leg just below the recent visit to Mrs. Liizie Fast of knee. Tho the accident alarmed the Uuckeye. family the wound is not a serious A number from here attended the one and the bullet has been located land sale of Dr. Walker Saturday just beneath the vkln. WOLF TRAIL. is the bfst way on earth to sell earth, for you know "The best bank on earth is earth itself." We are AUCTION SPECIALISTS nnd always' sell You make the price. We make its mlvertisetl. the deed. Wo have sold land everywhere, for the sale you attended was a linaneial success for the OWNER Wo carry the three best auctioneers in the country. You know NOW Is the time to SKI.L. THF. I.IVK WIDE-AWAK- E Public Auction If you are interested MEN. Write, Wire, Cable or Call Ut. REAL ESTATE afternoon. Mrs. Mose Ray and daughter ale, were nfternoon guests of John Dalley Saturday, Mr and Mrs Arthus Sebastian baby were visitors Saturday of and Mrs. Wilbert Dalley. Mrs. Ham Aldrldge will entertain CO guests ut her home Friday Mrs. Oct. 3rd in honor of her father, Mr. Leonard Pollard's birthday. A splen and did menu will be prepared for the ocMr. casion and a very enjoyable time is anticipated by the invited guests. Jes- - about VICTORY REALTY CD. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. S. A. WALKER, den. Mgr. T. C. ELKIN, Sale. Igr I The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 2, 1919. Auction S A L Ej 10 Choice RALLY FOH THE ROLL THIRD GULL RED GROSS Of Small Farms and Lots, 1-- The John T. Dawson farm of 46 2 acres in on the Kirlcsville and Kentucky River Road quota of fundi for th Division Ohio, Inrtl and Kentucky for th Third Ue.1 l'nx Itoll Call, Noemb-- r MI, Is f 1,JO,(i0U, srenrd. Ing to Hie recent snnounceiiif nt of MscKemtle It, Todd, campaign nun-sie- r for the dlvl.lon. I)lvllon's share of This l the the tli.Ooii.itoo fund asked (ram the nation to complete American lied Cross relief work abroad during the coming year. The goal of the Third Ked Oros Itotl Call l uultersat membership. In the last drive fur funds, the l.ake It was s JMOn.ono. Division quota oversubscribed by more than frur and a hair milling. State snd county quotas lll be shortly by state mansgers: ,'t V tlr.int, Ohio; .loan It. Dawning, Kentucky; Clarence Sl.mle, Indiana. This will be the only He.l Cross rampalen this )esr K.iih jear hero-aftethere villi be in aaiiiiil Itoll Call lor members, to perpetuate In America the service to Americans .ha' Is to ha the lied Cross peaie time work. Till: Democratic SPEAKING AT THE COURT HOUSE lke Saturday, October 4th, at l'30 o'clock Madison County near Cottonburg to be subdivid OVERSEAS NURSES TURN WORK ed into small farms and town lots, 10 PUBLICJEALTH Ked Cross nurses. HON. JOHN s W. NEWMAN, TICKET FOR Friday, Oct "10th " ' ,t TERMS '.T """at i b iooa!' m!" 1 niot of FIKTV recently returned from service, are to meet In Cleveland, Sept 1110. to discuss mesns of preventing disease. They have chosen as their !e.ice time occupation the teaching of home h.tglene and dietetics to svnnien and girls outside the nursing profession, and hope In this way to Increase the number marching with the American Ited Cross In Its alliance against CANDIDATE ON THE DEMOCRATIC Commissioner of Agriculture WILL ADDRESS THE CITIZENS OF LANCASTER AND GAR RARD COUNTY ON ABOVE DATE ON THE POLITICAL TOPICS AND ISSUES IN THE PRESENT CAMPAIGN. MR. NEWMAN IS ONE OF THE BEST SPEAKERS ON THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET AND HIS PRESENCE HERE NEXT SAT- URDAY SHOULD DRAW A-- LARGE CROWD. TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS AND SEE THAT THEY COME. G. C. BOWLING, Chairman. Rain or Shine Sale conducted on the premises. Everyone Invited. . jl GAMP WORKERS AID MEN TO CIVILIAN LIFE very easy. RETURNING Ttie.llniteil Realty Co, O. T. Wallace, Novelty Scan . Gen. Mgr. jrjpff. Lexington, Ky. mJj.iiuiii t..iJ As experienced a time us the other day t!i. c,,,, irlri"-.- " In erery ensured Vlien nhiint a tIJ l her day's growth of n mclty ;.vari thrill, but that uftcr II terrcd. off dean shaving Is i Ohio State Journal. . .1 .,t Childhood' With, narmira wanted a piece of npple, hut while grandfather si senilis it for her s'eplness nlmnt oven nine er ami lur ejellds heini In ilrimp. It tn linltlmc. hut she wlnkid niiil blinked and at lust excltiltniil : "I wl-d- i they linil made the eye hinges : little llsht. Sole Moit Frequently Used. Mutlc may he Joined In uords In many ways : lfT church luni'r, opera, .oratorio, mndlcrnls, part sonr. and 'so on. Hut experience shuns that the most frequently used type Is the solo, ranging In Im manlfe-tatlnfrom primitive folk song up to the richest complexities of the art. Foolish to Trust ta Luck. It's nu ue tackling his propositions Mindly. Pi:ml lm U may bring son out on the rlclit side. It may uU bring you out on tlie !iurt Hide. And If It does ou are hound for defeat. Illlnd good fortune ha hrouiiht men Ihroush trials, hut they :.re not strupzer lor It. It's the man who see the trlali and m.'ithals his fnrri-- s mi js to bring ev ery ounce of energy Into enntrol that nlns ImniiH on I In? Cross Home Service work in Camp Taylor (Ky ) and tU.) have Sherman refound their assistance quired tuore and more as time passes by soldiers returning to civilian life who need aid in making the change. During Jul) :t.S77 men passed brough the Kentucky demobilisation ramp and of this number 5.602 new cases are recorded In the ramp Home) 3,370 In addition records. Serrlc men applied for Information, mostly In regard to Insurance. This total pula Camp Tailor at the head of the list for all ramps In the country In volu i of ork of this kind. Camp Sherman stands third RKD HOME SERVICE USEO Stop jxead Act Your Golden Opportunity Fine 300 Acre Farm of Buchanan Heirs SUBDIVIDEDAT Increase of English. 3; the year 1000 theri'lwere about Unf.MiliC'vi:iis. million person II' a much smaller number than French, fiermnn. Itiillnn rpok Knellsh'.peiiklns Today people Lumber ahout one hundred and millions, or ahout double the twenl.i nssresa'.i' of those who speak Trench. Italian or .Spanish and half :is many again a.i hi.-.- !' German or Huslnii. TO FIND MISSING MEN Home Service Sections of American Ked Cross in Indiana and Kentuck) are helping to locate soldiers who hava disappeared since their discharge from military service. One Is Sergt Itussell Irving Vllea, discharged June 17 from sen Ire with the Motor Transport Corp 813. Private llarry K. Hon; Co. II. Jeth I i.fantr was . First Division, A, K. F wounded while serving at Solssons July 19. ISIS Since that time only In definite reports have reached his mother, Mrs. Clark II. Itosa, ni: Third St.. Ilea Moines, a. Private Joseph Hutch Walker of Monteagle. Tenn., Is believed to b mentally disabled as the result of gas. Ho was discharged from Camp Dodgt tl Tilt; Blftjj by Storms. s of Mrili found Certain lns:ly far to tin orth of their imii.tI 1 he explained h ranee are pos.-l- l The whirl of i lr storms. the Mind, turning co,: . lockwNc. blows oft shore In the w . li nil cnrrle'. the I. mer or later. l.lrd nut to sen. fortune to If the bird has the the farther Inst out the experh bring him of the storm tec ashore again. Public Auction SATURDAY. COMMISSIONER'S The undersigned, in care SALE OF LAND. 467.59 Acres, Boyle County, Kentucky. of flrpa Hill et al, Boyle Circuit Cturt, WEDNESDAY. i.t or about 2:30 P. M. nt or near tli Emma D. llrookshire ct ul, vs. Marion v. ill sell, nt public outcry on Ct lOltEU 15th. 1U1U, jure on LOT NO. I, (hereinafter I mentioned). 'ucky, on Danville and Perry- Followinc lands, in Boyle Coun... ville, about - mile cast of miles wot . ville Turnpike, about 7 l'erryviUe. Lot No. '1, containing 140.1 1 acres, Let No. 2, conts!n'n:- tirro. Lot No. 3, containing 163.G1 acres. Also Chaplin" I'.ivcr, and Lot No4, contninint 91.1 t ucrca 011 Di. . 'near Lots 1, -' ami 3. Lssta Nos. 1, 3 and " will be offeicit rsp.-.r-a order named, tinil . oKirKES'i' sum. then as a whole. Bid ncccptcd w.lich rtnliscs . Lot No. 4 will be sold as n whole. TERMS) C'nnd 12 months from 1'nte of u. il initallments, i approved by 8 per cent interest. Bonds, with vooi surety pnyabi. Commissioner, additionally secured by Utn on lands t. '.nx effect of judgment. pay whole . Dttripi; any regular term of above Court, purchat. t. of purchase price for any tract, Interest to cease from da if jyment See official advertisement appearing in KKNTUCKi ADVOCATE, Danville, Kentucky, . ft AT 10:30 A. M. ON THE PREMISES. This nice estate of about 300 acrea which we are now subdividing into tracts to suit purchasers and which has been in the Buchanan family for over a half century is located at the mile from the Lancaster pike and only edge of Garrard County on the Richmond road one-hal- f In June Springs Hotel, Private tleorge Nelson. C K. F., two miles from that good town of Crab Orchard with its noted magnificent hks been missing since February 1, splendid graded school, fine churches, bank, stores and splendid citizenship. 1919. He Is suffering a lapsn of mem Improvements: Two tenant houses with barns and other outbuildings. Everlasting ory following shell shock. springs. water; five never-failin- g Any of these men may be In the All of this farm lies exceedingly well. In fact it could be called a tractor ' farm. A Ignorunt of names and Lake Division, great deal of this land is extra rich bottoms. Splendid tobacco, corn and wheat land. Mostly aadreescs. in grass. The best of care taken of it. In the highest state of cultivation and ready to "Punch." A money maker and a splendid place to invest your money with large dividends guaranteed. You will have to see this place to appreciate what it really is. We invite the JUNIORS WANT MILLION closest inspection. The more you look the more you will bid. FOR THIS YEAR MEMBERS On account of Mrs. Buchanan's advanced years and the other heirs being engaged in business at other places this farm is up for the "High Dollar." An Absolute Sale without reIt is sure to sell. And whoever is lucky enough to own it will have a Gem. serve or MILLION Juniors In the Lake It has a long road frontage and will be so subdivided that each tract will have a good Division In 1919 -- that Is Ins School and church at edge of farm and in fine community. It is not only slogan of the Ited Cross de- road frontage. partment of Junior Member choice location and splendid dirt and cut into just the size tracts you want but it lies directly. ship. in the path of the oil line district running through Kentucky, look at the map. Mr. Investor, The division Is 200.000 hbort of that this is an item not to overlook. hopes to enroll that many number, but These people are game enough to let it go for what it will bring. They say SELL. The and more in the membership drive price. An opportunity of a for a safe conservative the Junloia will conduct In the schools bridle is off and YOU name the investment, at your own price with large dividends guaranteed. Every one will agrees that real ('.urine September, is the root of riches, the basis of wealth, and is just as sure to increase in value as youi estate exist today. Millions of people being born every day, but no more real estate being made. Place your money in the bosom of Old Mother Earth and get the advantages of increased land VOLUNTEER values and create a competence for your old age. Ue one of the million workers In We want to meet you there on the sale day and talk the matter over with you. the country who will holp to enroll Remember the day and hour SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11th, at 10:30 A. M. Ked Cross members in the Third John and Andrew Davis, on the place, will bo glad to show you over this property any Itoll Call November 211. Ited Cross needs $15,000,000 Tbe day. Be on hands promptly and get your share of the bargains. to complete war relief obligations Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale. The Lake Division's oversea. For full particulars, see, write, or phone Is 11.810.000. by-bi- d. 06T. 11th, A life-tim- e ' JOHN B. STOUT, Master Bagby and Huguely, attorney for rialntilTs, Dunville, Ky. C umiiissloner. share Tbe Ked Cross needs new members for 19!0 to carry on Red Cross service for Americana. YOUK CHArTEK NKED3 YOU. VOLUNTCCR. Versailles, Ky. HUGHES & McCARTY, Stanford, Kentucky. & BOLIVAR BOND SON,