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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 9, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919100901_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 9, 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 9. 1919. SECTION 1 TIIIRTIKTMIVBAR NUMBER 21. HELP THE KENTUCKY Pie Supper. CHILDREN! KILLING Will I ORPHANS j HOME. MISLEADING THE GREATEST THAT CAN BE MADE Is In Hoys And Girls. MEETING CLOSES j One of the most successful und Brad-sha- w Andy ilenzley shot and fatally meetings that lias ever These iruMilnrnt and philanthropbeen comlueteil in Lancaster, closed wounded William Denton last Satic people nrr among those who are urday afternoon nbout rix o'clock, The farmers of Washington coun Inst Friday evening nftcr n serin of the shooting taking place Louisville, Ky., Oct. 2. "Among member of tin-- Board of Managers in the ty are buying largo iunntities of rervires lit the Baptist church in rear of the rounty burns on Pauldthe misleading literature Issued by uf the Kentucky Children's Home People have hardly stopped talk- the Republican Campaign Committee tankage to supplement the corn fed this city. Dr. Jehnson during the ing street. Both Society parties arc colored of time he vvns in our midst, endeared and neither up to this time had ever ing of the splendid sale of Aberdeen-Angu- s is n statement in regard to the InJudge Robert W Bingham, of to their hogs. Lately n group farmers bought n rnrload of tnnkagv. himself to the people of this com been in any serious troublo before, cattle held in this city last surance Rating Board to the effect I.ijiinvillc. iminity ami lung before the time May by Messrs A. D. und Walker that it has "cost the tax payers of As one pound of this Dr. K. l Powell, Denton was shot three times, two Ilradshaw before these feed is given with every ten pounds set fur the services to begin the audi shots entering the head, progressive Kentucky in three years $77,918.34 Judge Waller I', Lincoln, the other young men have announced another in salaries and traveling expenses". of corn it means that a large number torium was filled and many desiring the body, from Dr. Charles W Welch. the effects of which still hogs will be frd n balanced ra- to enter were turned away. larger that will be pulled off nt The statement includes a question of Judge Hurry W, liublnson. The last services were conducted he died about twenty minutes later, the ANGUS-LANSTOCK FARM, tion. has Rev. Charles K. Woodcock, Insurance Rating at the school auditorium, which was while being carried to his home in near Lancaster, on Wednesday, "What done the you"? Said Thomas Board Mrs. George I., Dunforth, for filled to overflowing, even to th Middlesboro. October 22nd, an advertisement of S. Rhea, Chairman of the DemoMrs. Charles 1'. Weaver, A great deal of feelings has existhalls und many were on the outside which appears in this issue of the cratic State Campaign Mrs. Arthur Knyc, Committee Thirty automobile loads of farm- in automobiles, drawn near the win ed between the parties for several Mrs. A. T. Hert, days, coming up over the selection Record. In next weeks issue they today: ers, their wives and their children lows, to hear the gifted speaker. have engaged a page space to tell Mr. George C Long, "The Insurance Rating Board does from Jrtfcrson rounty, visited the There were twenty-seve- n additions of a teacher for the colored school the people of the extraordinary o not cost the tax payers of Kentucky Judge Hush Kiddell, Irvine Ky. Middlesboro'. Kxperimrnt Station the --'litli and to the church, by confession Both parties were and in firings that will go under the ham a red cent", the Chairman continued, Miss Jennie Higgins, the efficient 27th of Inst month. This delegation many more were added by letter. working for the county on the Buck- mer on ths day. Among the offe "The expense of maintaining the Superintendent of Garrard County which numbered one hundred anil The baptising will be held at the eye pike nml had several quarrel? ings will be such blood us Black Board is provided for by a special hchool.i is organizing the rounty twenty live, spent the twenty-sixt- h river on the old Danville pike near during the day last Saturday. cups, Blackbirds, Ericas, Lady Ida assersment levied ogainst the insurschools in a very thorough manner. inspecting the Kxperiment Station When they returned to the barn the residence of Mr. T, C. Uankin, me children ol all the schools nre and the farm. The second day was next Sunday that evening and were putting un Pride of Aderdeen Queen Mothers, ance companies, and not a red cent afternoon. has been or can be drawn from the enthusiastic in saying that tliey want devoted to visits to the many large their teams the quarrel was renewed, Heatherblooms, Brucehill Violets. to help build n new and better Home breeding establishments nbout Lexwhat came up at that time could not fact all of the popular families will State Treasury to pay any of the expense of this office. The year 1916 for those less fortunate than they. be learned, us there were no eye be represented ut this sale. ington. There is no breed of beef cattle practically ended the first five years Governor James D. Black, and witnesses and Benzley refuses to that hold such j record in the rhow of the Rating Board, and during that State Superintendent of Public talk under the advice of his council. Aberdeen-Angufive-yeperiod fire insurance Schools, V O. Gilbert, and many in The examining trial will be held next ling us the County, Cumberland 40 miles There will be forty head sold at Kentucky cost an average of $12.50 other prominent people of the State, Saturday morning .JucIl--c before from a railroad, sent a delegation of t'us sale, consisting of bulls, cows, on each $1000 of insurance. For indorse and ask your nid in provid. Stapp. Immediately after the ing a Home for the unfortunates who twenty farmers to the State Fair. Garrard's Nw Tobacco Warehouse. rhooting Beazley gave himself up and htifers and every one an Ky the five years prior to the creation The County agent in writing to your of the Insurance Rating Board, the have no one to look after them and ami is now- in jail, awaiting his ex- Wcncr. Rei.u mber the date and don't fail cost per thousand dollars In our issue a few weeks ago we amining trial. no chance in the world unless you correspondent of the trip said: of insur'Our purKse in attending the fair ran a picture of the Garrard Tobacto attend this sale. ance was $13.30, a saving of $1.10 are willing to help. Are you going was not to spin Roulette wheels, go co Warehouse on our front page. a thousand or TWO AND A QUARto turn the Orphan's Home down through the Bughouse, ride the Joy-rid- e This well equipped house is now TER MILLION DOLLARS to the mid any that you cannot afford it 7 In or the but to nearing completion and is by far the of Kentucky the fact unexampled prosperity of in Messrs Brown and Lawson had the property owners make n thorough study of the exhib- bert one in the state and so arranged the past five years ran you refuse to misfortune to lose 16 large hogs these five years." its. Much of our time was spent in that nothing is left undone for the "In this reduction the farmers of lend u helping hand to those who from overheat, while being shipped making a careful study of the var- accommodation of the growers Man. cannot help themselves. We believe to Cincinnati last week. This num Kentucky profited to the extent ef ious types of f. rm tractors, the good well us the buyers. the Kood people of Garrard County! ber were found dead in the car upon $120,000 a year, because their rate lighting Let us give jou some of the facts will give Kenerouily to this worthy und bad points of home Will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION its arrival in the city. The loss is was reduced 12 per cent, and they i plants and other home conveniences" about this house mid which we hope for J. W. Smith and Theo Currey on fully $500.00 saved $500,060 during these five cause, managed by a board of the every tobacco grower in this and ad years. The reduction of the whole standing. These or very highest SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCT. joining counties will read. phans of Kentucky are entitled to country for the five years was 90 23th, 2 o'clock, 2 brand new houses,. The men connected with it have :i ! cents a thousand, Kentucky's reducI Mr. John N. Ron returned from i .. ..ii plenty of fresh air and sunshine and ii. muwctii ami wen ii'uiu, just one mile The Thomas Realty Company sold tion being 20 cents a thousand under a home where they can receive the Arkansas last Friday afternoon, been selling their tobacco over the Lancaster, on Danville pike, with best of treatment and attention and where he hud gone to look after his floors of other houses in other towns about 5 acres with each house, also the J. B. Ruble farm last Tuesday the National average, or about they arc going to get it. How much large plantation that he has recently fur years and know your point of some Building Lots and "Baby morning as advertised and the sale $400,000 more saved to the policy holders of Kentucky, more than to purchased in that state. Mr. Ross view from a growers standpoint are you going to give? Farms", adjoining su you can get 10 only lasted about two hours. They have therefore not spared The home tract of 100 acres was the people of the other states us a "It is more beautiful to give than s very much elated over the farm to 15 acres with eurh house if you to receve." A Ilpme built for chil- situation in this state and says next the cost in making this house the want it. There is also a large to- purchased by Joe Hamilton, at $262, whole."The companies dren with homes should appeal to to Kentucky, he believes it is the most evenly lighted sales wareroom bacco barn on one of the tracts, 43 an acre, 00 acres went to Gene Ruble mercan every man and woman in Currurd bert state on the map. He expects in the world, having twice the num acres in all. Part of the Cook furm. at $200. an acre and 06 acres to Mr, tile properties in Kentucky to show J. L. Wilson, of Jessamine, for $186. an increase of 36 per cent The In rounty. The children of the Public to grow a large quantity of rice and ber of skylights of any other hous The farm averaged about $220 surance Rating Board compelled the schools of Garrard County your says the farm which he has purchas of the same size, in addition to be withdrawal of these rates and the re children ask and want a Home built ed is readily adapted for this cereal. ing electrically lighted. It has a The personalty sale of Mr. C. II. instatement of the old ones, saving for those who arc not so fortunate He brought bark a sample of the 200 foot front and is 220 feet deep, the owners of mercantile buildings as they. Are you going to refuse rice raised on this farm and it looks 2 floors, three main driveways from Barnett held last, week at his home Mrs. C. C. Hendrickson, aged 57 and stocks $200,000 to help this cause! We do not be mighty good to us. He has rented front to rear, two 20 feet und one on the Richmond pike was a decided a year for two All stock and implements years died ut her home on the Lex years. Only recently the taking off the plantation for 1920 and will live 27 feet,, in addition to a 20 foot success. lieve you wllL from Ington pike last Saturday morning of the war surcharge on fire insuryear on the farm he recently driveway under the sales Moors selling well. Cows brought next Blue serge cape, LOST: collar rented near Klrksville. across the rear, connecting the above $135. to $155; one nice heavy mare after a short illness of heart trouble. ance policies written in Kentucky, lined with green satin. Lost beThe people of this community will mentioned driveways, to ami from brought $247.50; a pair of yearling Only a few days ago, her sister, Mrs. has saved the property owners of the tween Stanford and Ijncmter on regret to lose this splendid family 20 foot driveways on the north and mules brought $300 and corn Mose Dorton passed away, and it is state $2,000 a day. The companies Krday October 3rd. Reward. Call and all hope they will soon decide to south sides of the warehouse, for the brought $8.00 a barrel ut the heap. thought that the loss of her devoted seemed reluctant to take off this 9-this office, or phone 352-X- . Friends and neighbors will regret sister, may have hastened her death charge and Chairman N. O. Gray, of return to old Garrard the best coun use of empty wagons leaving without coming through the warehouse. to give up Mr. and Mrs. Barnett, The burial took place at the Lan the Commission, cited them to ap Are you willing to give a komsIsM ty on the map. Accommodations are ample in the for they have made many friends caster cemetery last Sunday, the ser pear be Tore him to show cause why boy a chance, to become a useful cit two wagon and three wagon drives since coming into Garrard about two vices being conducted by Rev. C. D, the surcharge should not be taken isen? Then hslp the Kentucky Or for 100 wagons inside the house. In years ago. They have purchased Strother, of the Baptist church, of off. They took it off." phans Hons. This worthy institu the stalls under the sales Moor we property in Richmond und will move which the deceased was u faithful "Inspection under the direction of Is helping hundreds every year. lien member. 250 horses ran in there soon. the Board has saved the state thousI'aint Lick High School defeated warmuccummodatc box stalls, which wilt be free ands of dollars in rates on its own Ruthton in a one sided game last Sat To-Nigto all customers. property, obtained by the correction unlay on the formers grounds. is 42,000 feet of sales Moor. There All members of the American Le of defects, and a consequent redacKuhlman was in, the box for Paint The first game of Foot Ball to be divided into two floors, with separ tion in rates. The fact is. that the I.ick, but the fart that he allowed but played on the local gridiron will take gion of Post Hcidel Sjinford No. 35 ate scales on each floor. Insurance Rating Board has saved six scattered hits, which were place next Fridiy afternoon when and all Veterans whether you are a the has 30,000 square feet of priz people of the OF AUCTION SALES FOR SWINE scattered as soda fountains in the ingIt floor the fast little team from Nicholas. member of this Post or not are cor the entire cost of State many times to take care of the tobacco the administrations Sahara. vilie will "Mix Km Up" with the local dially asked and invited to meet at of REAL ESTATE BROAD. THE otf the sales floor, und never delay the office since its establishment." the Police Court Room, tonight at The fielding buck of him was notli beys the unloading of your tobacco for The attack on the Insurance Rat- MAN, OF LANCASTER. ing short of superb. Kvery Paint lack of floor or wagon room. The game will be called promptly 7:45. ing Board is only another part of the This will be the first meeting of Lick player was on tip-tovigorous, at 3:30 and n large crowd should go They have provided warm rooms October Bthi 400 acres, the J. F, confident and nggressivc. the local Post und quite un interest general Republican plan to discredit for their customers und their drivers out und root for the home boys, any and every action of the DemoCook Farm, Lincoln County. They handled seemingly hits, in The boys have been practicing ing program is assured. October lOthi The Jos. N'. Den. a way to discourage all opposition, to wait in on the sales floor. The Dr. V. G. Kinnaird, Post Com cratic administration in Kentucky. hard each afternoon this week in business offices are on the second ny Kami, 247 acres Garrard County, mander who was a delegate to the No one is likely to be deceived by it, and fielded with the greatest dath :i miles of Lancaster. floor with stairways leading from order that victory will await them State Convention wjll tell of the and least of all, the property owners, and brillanry. both sales floors to the office. whose insurance has cost them in the October llthi 100 acres, for I The score: Captain Todd Elliott has n fast work that wus done nt this Convec To command the highest price for lust five years $2,250,000 It. McCroskuy, right at llurgin, Mer-rePaint Lick II. S. nb. h. po. ii. little team und all they need is tho tion und he will also give a welcome cost them the preceedlng less than it your tobacco, it is necessary to accounty. five years." address to all present. 2 Prewitt c, 00 commodate the largest and best bu- backing of the citizens that we are October 1 5th l 000 acres at Mon Davis, ss Be sure to be on hand promptly 2a02 The irtilut investment that can yer, and equip for them their priz sure will see this game. ticcllo, Wayne County, the J. K. at 7:45. Calico, 2b, 232 be mad is In boys and girls. Help ing rooms in u way to handle thejr Kendrirk Farm. Kuhlman, p, 3 ths Children's Orphan Home. purchases of tobacco at a minimum October ISthi.- - brand new dwell Hayes, 3b, 23 co.--t. The prising rooms nre the ings, with 10 to 20 acres in each. All those who joined the JO right on the pike, t mile of Lancaster Bvuxley, lb. best designed in Kentucky, with the Baptist Church upon u profession The L. H. S. Foot Ball Team went 1 1 Boiun, rf, tobacco moving off the sales Moor in- of fulth during the recent revival down in defeat by the Danville Boys Garrard county. We wish to thank our friends and Napier, If, 0I 13B acres, the to the prizing rooms without dray. conducted ut that church will be bap rriday afternoon by the score of 10 neighbors October 2lsti ltruughton, cf. of this county for their 00 age, then into the hogsheuds, and to tized Sunday afternoon ut 3 o'clock, to 0. land in Mercer County, I 1 best kindness shown us thru the sad dark lower Moor on u level with the at the old baptizing hole near Mr. mile of Shakcrtown, for H. W, The game was played on Cheek hours of bereavement in the loss 30 13 15 27 10 3 Totals of Gwinn. railroad car. Wc have built and Tom Rankins, on Hubble pike. A Field, Danville, and wus one of the our dear daughter 1 C Innings. 2345 7 and sister. own u side track udjoining the priz- way will be provided for every can best High School games of the sea. October 22ndi 140 acres, for N. M and Mrs. A. M. Merida -- r. Innings. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 6 7 8 0. ing rooms that has accommodations J, Gosney, right in Camp Dick ltob-Insodidate for baptism, who does not son, the local boys never gave up 0 and children. on Lexington pike, C miles I'aint Lick II S. 3, 3, 3, 2, 1, 1. 0. 0. for 14 cars. have u way to go. There are 27 for and although being out weighed they Ruthton, of Lancaster. We believe this to be the most baptism and it is hoped till will be fought to the very last. Where There's a Baby on Frm Keep R. II. E. 13, IS, 3, 0. 6. 4. complete Loose Leaf Sales Ware- present. October 24thi 190 acres, for J. Each and everyone of the local Two-bas- e Rat-Snahits, Kuhlman 2, Davis, house in Kentucky, We County, U Butler, Lincoln near want you to That evening ut 7:30, at the Bap- - boys showed that he was full of Calico, Boian, Double plays, Calico Stanford and Danville pike, 4 miles Inspect it during the fall months, be tist Church the new members will energy and tried to do their best to Rats are on most farms. Once to Davis to Beuiley, Napier to Davis. lieving that from Danville. after you have seen this welcomed into our fellowship. bring Victory and Glory to the Lan- they get Inside the house look out. Left on bases Paint Lick, 10, Hits plant you will bring your tobacco to be These farms will be subdivided The most important uddress of the caster High, however, the playing of Rats kill infants biting them is Dot this market. They arc equipping year will be delivered that evening Walker Robinson was admired by unusual Nursing bottles attract and sold tn tracts to suit the pur off Kuhlman, 6 in 0 innings. chasers, and remember Swinebroad the prizing rooms with hydraulic at the Baptist church by Prof, John not only the rooters of this place but rats. Brake a cake of BAT-SNA- P "ALWAYS SELLS" and always ofpresses. They have accommoda- L. Hill. It is very important that all by Danville as well. and throw It around. It will surely fers something which appeals to tht THREE FORD TRUCKS. All in tions for the largest buyers of to- Baptists be present that evening, The next game will be played to rid of rats and mice. Three sites purchaser. Don't forget the dates. Cnest CoasMtlea. Just Overhauled. bacco, and they have contracted to any others who may wish to come are morrow against Nlcholasville High 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranLook up the advertisements glvlagj buy here. We want you to make it cordially invited. O. R. CARPENTER. School and a good crowd should go teed by McRoberts Drug- - Store and 2S-3- L description! of these farms. point to inspect this house. C. D. Strother, pastor. out rnd encourage the boys. At Garrard Mill. Haielden Bros. Oct Adv. Thpre will lie n pie supix" n' t'nlon school house I'riday night. October 17th, for the benefit of the Orphans Home Club. Beginning nt H o'clock, every body invited to come mid bring n pie. ANOTHER BIG SALE Is riany Additions Add- ed to Baptist Church. Denton Killed! Of Aberdeen-Angu- s Here Last S.'itiirrlnv. ' Cattle To Be Conducted by Brothers. Literature Issued By Republican Cam- Farmer Buy Tankage. paign Committee. Farmers Visit Station. SOMETHING Delegation Visits Fair. Every Tobacco Grower Should Know About. DON'T FORGET Loses Hogs. That Swinebroad, The Real Estate Back From Arkansas. Ruble Farm Sells. Barnett Sale A Success. Hendrickson. Paint Lick Defeats Ruthton. REMEMBER! Foot Ball Game Here. The October Dates 2" Baptizing Foot Ball. Card Of Thanks 000000000 FOR SALE. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 9, 1919 STOVES STOVES 3EILe3Lu.oe the Higln Cost of" Living A fuel shortage and higher prices are predicted for this winter. Why rebel at the high cost of living and do nothing to lower it? Last winter there was a reason for not buying anything that you could possibly do without but now there is no reason for not buying what you need and to keep on wasting fuel by using an old worn out stove will certainly not reduce the high cost of living. For heating purposes our line of'COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS and MOORE'S AIR TIGHT HEATERS cannot be surpassed. They give as much heat as any stove and use 25 per cent, less fuel. The government used thousands of these in France and at home. Your boy was probably warmed by one while serving Uncle Sam. For the kitchen, MAJESTIC AND FAVORITE RANGES stand in a class by themselves. If you are interested in buying a range, it will pay you to see what we have to offer. Our Furniture Department will be glad to tell you about our stoves even tho you do not wish to buy a stove now. We have the largest stock of stoves that can be found in Kentucky. We can supply your wants and guarantee satisfaction. WIRE FENCE. Our Price At Long As We Have It. 4 ft. No. 9 top 55c. 4 ft. nil No. 0 80c. 2C Inches Hog VI inch Stay 40 'cents. 26 Inches Hoj? G inch Stay 45 cents. Boy's Let's ko to Welch's and net Our Fall and Winter Suits Are Here. WE CAN FIT ANY, AND ALL SIZES WITH THE NEWEST AND LATEST MODELS OF HIGH-CLAS- S TAILORED SUITS. MUSIC. MUSIC. Roofing. COMPLETE STOCK. 90 pound Slate Colored $3.00 per Sq. $6.25 per Sq. Beit Galv Roofing Getting Scarce Get Yours Now. Ready-to-Wear. . that new suit. Suits that come from here always jjive satisLong winter evenings are coming, so why not prepare to enjoy them by having a Victrola in your home. Come to our Furniture Department when in Korea and let us entertain you with our 'new HAY BAILING WIRE. 0 -2 WAGONS. 2 4 Complete, only $125.00 faction. They have every thing you want. P.illiken Shoes made for boys are sold by Welch. WHEAT DRILLS. 8x8 Complete with fertilizer unci Crass Seed, S 135.00. only 10x7 Complete with Fertilizer and Grass Seeder only $145.00. SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, ALL SIZES, ALL PRICES, x 15 only SI. For Old and Young. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. THE BEST INSURANCE Prominent Educator That j Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. LATER. CUNN'S CHAPEL. -mother'.! imII " x.h itple. at Hint," ileflajvi! an mr.et jemtsMS. I1mw awl i n"Pi.. .''tHic tu ll Haie whn-- lhi lll.e)!! ,.,.. .if nrh. lug iVh whs no n.ir GUY. EASIER NOW THAN to break up a cold or Mrs. Aaron Hay ami two children Miss Lucile Turner is on the sick check AGAINST INFLUENZA a cough now than it will ! spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. W. Dally list. later. Persistent coughs th.at "hang Believes Vapomentha Miss ISeulah .Mne spent tilt' week Mi.. William Walker was a visitor on" all winter pave the way for serMonday of Mrs. Henry Vater. ious throat and lung diseases. I.. W. end here with friends and relatives. Is A Sure Preventive. Mrs. Klizalietli Ittirtun nnil sun Kit j Messrs John and, Walter Smith Day, G5 Campbell Ave., K., Detroit, of each nostril. Dr. R. M. Brume, discoverer Hrame's Vapomentha jwcru with friends in Madison Friday. Mich. writes.FoIey's Honey and Tar were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win relieves one of bronchitis' very liMI, Sunday. Brame's Vapomentha Salve, has a Salve penetrates the pores of the Mrs. Tolliver Cornett spent Wed- letter from C. C. Wright, Superin- skin, relieving congestion, at the nesday at Paint l.lck with relatives. quickly, Mr. and Mr. Jesse Casey and chilH. K. McROBF.RTS. Druggist. tendent of the Wilkes County, X. C, same time healing vapors arise and dren were guci.ts Friday night of Mi. t Mr. and Mrs. James Kason were adv. and Mrs. J. It. Sparks. Public schools, in which he says: are breathed through the mouth iind "We have used Brame's Vapomentha noe, Ioosenng the pleghm and caus- guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Yater, Prof. Caskcy Tomerlin was JUDSON. Sunday. Salve for nearly all the ills for which ing the patient to breathe freely. Its of Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Morford and (Delayed.) it is prescribed and have always se- absolute reliability is evidenced by Mr. Taylor Coldiron of Paint Lick family at Buckeye Sunday. cured satisfactory results. If used dozens of unsolicited testimonials. has returned home nfter n visit with .Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and Mr. William Adams 'is ill. in time it has never failed to break Brame's Vapomentha Salve will re Mr. John Broaddus. Mrs. John Simpson spent Sunday children were guests Sunday of Mr up colds, usually the forerunner of lieve pneumonia, influenza, grippe, Misses Fannie Smith nnd Mollic Grippe, Influenza anil Pneumonia. pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping couch, Barm-- were Sunday visitors of Miss-e- s with her sister, Mrs. !.. L. Matthews. und Mrs. Josiah McCuliey. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Chandler of I speak from personal ob... catarrh, asthma, tonsilitis hay fever Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Ray enterOlle and Fannie Mcrida. Lancaster returned home Saturday servation. I believe if this prepara- and inflammation of the skin. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward gave a tained several of their trends Sun after n visit to relatives here Vapomentha is applied externally, tion is used in tme it will prevent delightful dining Sunday to n num- day. Mr. Lucas Foster purchased three, the development of pneumonia in and it will not stain the clothes, as ber of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Simpson spent friends und relatives. every instance, if used according to other salves do. No home should Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Lou lots in the Dr. Walker Division at Mesdames Tom Hay, Robert Clark directions." Buckeye of Mr. John Lund aim one ever be without it. Buy it from your Foster. These strong statements are fully druggist or direct from the Ilrame and Marcus White and children were lot of Dr. Walker. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Black spent justified by the remarkable recov- Drug Co., North Wilkesboro, .V. C, guests Wednesday of Mr John Mr. und Mrs. John and .Miss Sunday witli .Mr. and Mrs. Austin eries that follow. Hrame's Vapo- A small bottle costs 30c, a much Broaddus. Iva Hollon were guests of .Mr and Black. mentha Salve is applied freely over larger one, containing six times as Mr, Milton Ward and daughter, Mrs. hdd Nuylor and family at Mis. John ('lu.'k nnd Mrs. Jairei the chest and throat nryl inserted in much ll.'JO. Adv. Mrs. C. It. Henry spent several days Marksbury Saturday and Sunday Clark spent Friday with Mr. and last week at Mrs. Henry' farm near .Mrs. Arther Dailey is visitunr at Mr. T. I.. Nnylcr. Kirksville. home of her father, Mr Lige M WOLF TRAIL. r. Kdd Lane has returned to his the tian Sunday. Mrs. Amanda Coy, who has been Hurt, a little child of Mr and Mrs. home in Ohio, after u few days stay Mr. and Mrs. Hughie Moberley the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Dailey s being ill there of scarlet Mrs. Mose Kay spent the day with anil daughter May were visiting .Mr. Broaddus, returned to her home at with friends here. fever. Mrs. Andrew Stotts, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Black und and .Mrs. Kred Howard Saturday and Lancaster Thursday. The urogram rendered bv the SunMrs. Amanda Clouse spent the day Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Harvey and handsome little son, J. II., spent school children and n few of our day with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Wednesday with Mrs. Mose Ray, Mr. and .Mrs. Asbie Hendren and children, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Puy young folks on Friday evening was Mrs. Homer Camion was with her Mr. Iva Couch and sister, Miss Luna, ter and family spent Sunday with Austin Black. u very enjoyable one. A "Patriotic Mr, James Hicks bought the farm Pageant", some special Mrs. Andrew Stotts and Mr. Chitwood, nil of near Mr. and Mrs. Green Poynter. parents, Mr. and songs and of Mr. I.. I.. .Matthews and recently "Asking Her Pa ' a humorous negro were guests of Miss Bert last weeK. Mr. und Mrs. Martin Adams and Dailey I'riday night. sold his farm to Mr. William Lane, dialogue weft especially interesting, Miss Grade Dean Teater was enchildren of Louisville, und Mr. J. II. Misses Bert Dailey, Thelnia Simp- Adums of Danville, havu been recent price, unknown. tertained at dinner Sunday by Miss alp build a Noma for Ihe Or son, Beulah Mae, Bemice und Bessie visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James I.. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kajburn Bert Dailey. and Mr. and Mrs. 'Felix Lane spent phans of Kentucky who hava none, Mr? and Mrs. Joe Hay and son, Teater, and Messrs Karl Dailey and Yantis. Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Jumes Yantis and son, l, Bernard were in Lancaster Satur- James Simpson motored to LancasRAT-SN- AP ter Saturday night. motored to Somerset Thursday and Mrs. James Foster. day ftenioon. Mrs. Tom Tracy and beautiful and wero guests until Friday of MesKILLS RATS A large crowd from here attended Marguerite AUo mice. Absolutely the Entertainment at Gunus Chapel "The.. Rati Wouldn't Eat My Belt dames A. M. Girdler and Ralph little daughter Sallie spent one day last week with his par- odors from carcass. One prevents Longsworth. Friday ninght. package Grain," Says Frd Lamb. Mr. und Mrs. W. A. Carson and ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I.. Nuylor. proves this. comes In Mrs. Harvie Teater and daughter, Mr. I,. U Matthews bought of Mr. cakes no mixing with other food. It's hard tu keep lata out of u feed Miss Annelle Carson, Mr und Mrs. Miss Ilemlce were guests of Mrs. A store. Tried for years. iipik Stuart Carson motored from Stan- U. G. Preston last week his house Guaranteed. Ilughie Moberley Tuesday. store sold me some ford Sunday und spent the duy with and lot on Poor Ridge pike. They 25c Ue (I caVe) enough for PanMessrs Klbert Teater, McClelland will take possession the first of the try, Kitchen or cellar. It worked wonders. Gather- Mr. nnd .Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey. Dailey attended the series of meeted up dend rats every morning. year. 50c, siie (2 cakas) for Chicken ings at Fairview Sunday night. Bought more Wa hava giving for tsvaral Haven't Mr. T. S. Chappell had the mis- House, coops, or small, buildings. Mrs. .Harmon Teater and a rat now. They' wouldn't eat Mr. and iiy years to tha unfortunata of othar fortune to lose a large tobacco barn $.00 sisa (5 cakas) enough for family spent the week end with his best grain when I threw lands. Now Is tha lima to coma last Wednesday evening by lire of all farm and storage Mrs. Allen Teater. around." Three sizes, 25c, !0c, $1.00. closar and give to those parents, Mr. and of our own unknown origin. The loss was a buildings or factory buildings. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and Sold and guaranteed by McRoberts Stata. Tha Kentucky Orphans heavy one containing several bales of Sold and Guaranteed bv Mrltnh. Horn dasarvas all the kalp you can hay and a lot of tobacco that had erti Drug Store und Haselden Bros, ion, Harrison, were visitors of her Drug Store and Haseldm Broi. parents, Mr and Mrs. W. T. Sebas Oct. adv. giva it. juit been cut. adv. HMMt. It Is cosier I t. lie, 1 Her-scheHAT-SNARAT-SNAHAT-SNA- Slmi Cxrterlt net. n.i-i i ' r in Ul 1 al " What would Latmen ti riu f If I were yo r liid' W ".I. I i nts're n . anted i li C net nu .' v don't k ,i r cu I h.. I'r.p ' -i Itrlp ,.s ri; so 5.1! Pirate- .'(..' , I- - I 53 i'i. ic di . fioo' V G. i .0 C Ml,. ..J M i. OA.UJIHET BAK.KG it iC'Mt.- nut lie! i.i net jc .. be p. j am v POWHER hr ptv4 LVsMI intuJnttt mt Am mfficimfly ataaSUSB tabakaas r .(nc. .t and u "anJit Cmlumtt roUain oily tut A up by A U. 5. sV.... U4rfivti t ou iwjciinsT- i mmm mmvm wkmn mu It. - qiMUJTV .I bn RAT-SNA- P The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 9, 1919 IMHMNI A uiusnriM Are you willing to give a Homeless boy a chance to become a useful Citizen? THi IS HELP BUILD THE KENTUCKY INHMHHM ORPHANS HOME I Sapping the Public Sc loots of Kentucky Taxes Going Up; Temchors Underpaid Under Stanley Deinocnitli- - rule. In lh lhno year 1915-IBUIhr euuntlJi-- I value ut all pro-ert- y Minwit fur taxation In Kentucky baa the enormoua um of S'CT.273.4Sl.tl. Dortng the same pertnil, ihpunwmii dUtrihutiI by the. tatp In the oniiHea n m the aalr'ca the pitiful of schnol teuelier, ha uiiljr liun-air- d urn of 4.7.H 37. I Im ii son, Charles were the guesta of her mother, Sunday. mid Mrs. Wlliani W'hiltaker Miss Maudie Clouse spent WedRicli-moap,nt .SuiuUy anil Monday in nesday night with her sister, Mrs. Coleman Locker. Mr. I'restou Snjilcr and family Mrs. Pearl tiro- - and baby were tpent Sunday with Mr. Lotie Rauey the week tnd guests of her mother ami fiuiiily. Mrs. Mary Dolton. Mr and Mrs. V, I.. Handera n( Messrs Walter Fain and Snmmle son, Charles rpent Sunday with her Clay Folgcr were in Ijanraster Satmother, Mrs. Mnrwe, urday on business. The nooil ruins we have had this Mrs. Jnmcs Sanders and little week have helped the fall jjrafs con- daughter, James Charlotte were in siderably in this vicinity. Ijncnster Thursday. Mi Arleicli Matthews spent SatMr. Orea Whittaker and Miss Connii;ht and Sunday with her nie Cummins urday attended services at parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm Matthews. Pleasnnt Hill Sunday. POOR RIDGE, KY. .Mr Tuesday to undergo an operation. Wc hope he will have a successful operation and come back to his loved ones und friends soon. Our new pastor, Brother Gamble from Wilmore, filled his appointment here. On account of the bad weather there was not such a large attendance, but he delivered some very fine sermons. Mr. Center called to see his friend again Saturday, but this time quite an accident happened, when after tieing hia horse to the fence, the horse became tired and attempted to break loose but .instead, only tore down two panels of fence for Mr. Roop. WHEN A CHILD HAS CROUP. Thousands of mothers say Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is the best remedy they know for croup, coughs and colds. It cuts the thick, choking mucus, clears away the phlegm, opens air passages and eases hoarseness. The gasping, strangling fight for breath gives way to quiet breathing and peaceful sleep. Druggist. R. E. McROBERTS, t. adv. Taxpayers, This fs Tour Business Stanley O. K's Pay Cut III THIS n lirninrrnllr leplslMtnre piined n law ami It wn appmwd h fitnernor Slmiley, M'irih IS, 1 li IK. rultliiK down Ibr amount of kmIiHp from 21 money fttr schoolteacher wen-furtttn IS it'iit. mill mniiv tern-lie- r rent In Toe new tax law making tlil hugeliicre.i tain waa paitod to raise more money for general etnte expense, In pay nil old debt mid I" (It mora money to the public nrhoola. If tide law ha raised enough money to pay genenil and tn hiilp pax off Komi old debt, why a prrxirtliiiiil hat tlin school fund not lacroaac for thp rdnpatlon of your children tn quit their J"i iiUoki'tlier or tu kith pi'tlon In other Mntc. d lnrp of rnol prhprs Tim records show that In 4 nuintiw In Kentucky, the vrr, more In 1011 than til 11117, tills nnd loir,. Thev nln Jimr llml In 71 roimllc tin worn more In 11111 tb.ill In 1917 anil 1I11S. ThN bai fnrnit htifidrciN of touchatlarle er" lo tnivi-- l from on county to mother ("eking better pn.T to meet the hUh cost of lit lug. In one county In Kentucky, nut of 104 tenetiera lnt year, only 22 returned thK j mr. In anollipr county only .'i out of In nnothr comity only pvpii out of 48 returned p returned. In one of tho Israeli niut bet cnuntlpi of the state only on rural tcurU-location within the pint five yearn. ha lint In thn mini month that 1orrnor Ktnnloy appronl the law cuttlns ilown the tonrli-pr- e' Throo miint!i Id'pp wlnrlca. thi mittp hhpI ttip tparheri for buck pay, WIR.372(iK On Juno .Hi, thU Piir, the tati:,V.III omil tho tliU atiiounl bml Jumppil to teai'lipra for biuk pay iel,i:H S7 In KM7, the !lrt montli'a Kilary wa pulil tn Oii.iht r not muilo until A'j-fu- t, aftor throe anil a half iMuith of liviililiig. Tin- - llitil pnttnent H'lll. Plslit IMnntlK aftor tho clooi of tho sm'.on. Ijih )pr n Imv win pavfotl lo I p. Ill ailillllmi to n ins thoir Mil- - S romiily tlila, but at that wlarlra nro Mill ruunliu; In ' their p.iy Mil tk arlca cut, tlin ti'adiPM nln Tn School Teachers' Merry-Co-Roun- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray end Miss Jim. Dilliuil Simpson and daughLouie Ilrown spent Sunday with Mr. ter. Flora May attended the funeral nml Mrs. Lewis Simpson and family. of Mr. John Teater Monday. Mr. Johnnie Simpson and sister, son, anil Mrs. Klizu McMilliun .gnes rpent Sunday with their sis- llolnun Jr. were the guests of her ter Mrs. Speed Slierrow of Mt. Heb- - mother, Mrs. John Ray Saturday. I ron. Mrs. Ocrtle Hasty and son William Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Duncan und were the guests of her mother, Mrs. . children spent Saturday niitht nnd Snllio Uine of Bradshaw Mill SaturSunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdcnr day night and Sunday. Duncan. Cummins Miss Cennie attended Misses Olive and Chrstine Preston the Gunns Chapel school entertain-min- t 'iiml Mr. Ralph I'restou spent Sutur-- ( night and was tho guest Friday day night nnd Sunday with relatives of Miss Jessie 11. Kay. i in Nicholntville. Messrs Orear and Squire T. Whit- -' James Stucky Says, "Rat, Co a Me taker spent Sunday night und Mon $125. For Plumbing Bills." day with their sister Mrs. Elbert "We couldn't'tell whnt wus clogC'hiiniller in Madison iounty. ging up our toilet and drains. We had to tear up floor, pipes, etc. found OF SICKNESS. FORERUNNERS They had u nt'g nest in basement. Indigestion nnd conrtipatiou are choked the pipes with refuse. The the forerunners of hnlf the ills of plumber's bill was $125. RAT-SNA- P WhYn food is properly cleaned the rodent out." Three sizes mankind. Sold nnd guarandigested, you are free from billious-nes- s, 2Sr, GOc, $1.00. sick headache, teed by McRoberts Drug Store and gas, bloating, Oct. Adv, sour stomach coated tongue. Foley Ilaselden Bros. Cathartic Tablets cleanse the bowCARIERSVILLE. els, sweeten the stomach and invig- I'AINT LICK " Holding Up the Teachors' Pmy nr Throu nioiillia nfter IJiirrrnor .lanloy alcinl pay. tlm ttiH bill ruttlnz ilown tho arhool year win cut from 7 month to 11 tuonlhi of a wIioIp moutli'a Th rhlldran wem acboollne. Thla jnr, tho whool ypar cmlliK Jane IK). 1020, waa kept at 0 inonttn Initcml of bel&c put back to 7 month. thn drprlrliu tho riillflren of another luoiitb'a achoollns. Twelve tnonlhV nrlioollnu In two jeora tn plno of 14 mnnth. Cutting Down tho School Year Gilbert's Extravagance minute Supt. tlllliprt U"t Into o(T!p" ho boznn lllllns up hU on n ntllip, ut KmuUfort. Willi c.rU mill Kteiinmiiplicra. T'm Mlarlc In lil ilpiutrlmvut butt' t"ii" up to three time what thpy wpci' uuiler llinrvnior WIINnn TIip Democratic IcsWatlM- - pmbe commlttei of 101S conilrinneil Ibf Ilurenu of Kchool Iiiti'.ctlnn for uHlni: wilonpt lo poonto who did no work, but there lorn been practically no clianvp. Jlnniiw will rliincc It, TV orate the t. It. K. McllOHKRTS, lier. Druggisf. adv. COY Mrs. Josie Mutthews still contnues ill. Mr. Tom Murphy was in Richmond Monday on business. was with friends Mrs. Viola In I.xncakter Friday. Mrs. Mattie Ray Rankin is with Mrs. James Sanders at present. Mrs. Belle Simpson and daughter, Kssio were In town Saturday shopping. Mrs. Jose Ray wus entertained ut the home of Mrs. Josie Matthews on Sundnv. Mrs. Eddie Simpson who haa been ill with chills nnd fever is better at this writing. Mrs. Amanda Clause v us the guet of her daughter, Mrs. Myrnle Locker GllberVa "Sara Too" Book Kupt (lllbcrt'a printing bill U inttlni: ttm taipa;ra thruo Umea what they pild uiulix Uou-rnor honlta-pal- Text Book Commission Farce The Stanley TM Hook ('iuninllin clir.nsoil moat of the book lit tho tnwli'i nml would Imto of iIih chllilren fLV,M aooked tliu piri-nlmore for their bookn, but the wholo ailnptlou wna thrown out brtho (.'ourt of Apiienln. t'rsrpl till oer the Kline to by leading rKunoi-nii- t throw out the 'text Dook Commlaiilon, not'ernor Illack turneil a ilont inr oml by the time a new adoption waa made the puhllihera were ao that mnny achoola hae been forced to get along with old hooUa, and anme of them get the new books at nil for proper work won't thla year. Amont tho Wlllaon (Itcpubllrnu). for by tba taipacra at a co,t of wna tho fumoua "tnr Too' book, com-pilu- d by tho eaually famoa Dr. W. h. Helaer, wtioeo "Phyilofoy" waa ridiculed by the lead-in- s Democratic uewapaper, of th ttata. Till "Sore Too" book tell llttlo Johunte. how to wrap up a "puncture" In hi foot, warn Httla Jennie not eat meat mora than once a day, call! pa dad to thare oft hla wtajakera, adiUet mother to waah an i before boiling It, and the kllllnj of all do-- a and rata. 1A,000, ali Clean House at Frankfort Elect Morrow Governor Saturday. Mr. and Mr. V, U Sandcri and Miss Jamie Bronston was a visitor in N'icholasville, Saturday. s Mrs. Fred Hull is spending a with relatives at Lu Grange. Mr. I. B. Shepherd and family virited relatves In Winchester Sunday. Miss Kate Ely attended the World Series Bull Game in Cincinnati Monday. Miss Hester Patrick spent the. week end with her sister. Miss Grace Patrick ut Sullivan Hall. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Estridge and Mrs. Klmcr Woolwine is ill at this Miss Emma Estridge were visitors writing. in I.eingtvn Saturday. .Mr. J. T. Allen U still sick at this Mrs. George Shepherd hus returnwriting. ed to her home in Cincinnati after a Mr. Charley Angliu still umtinues few days visit with relatives here. very ill. Mr. James A T.odd suffered quite Mr. J. E. Smith made a business a loss recently when dogs made a trip to Lexington Friday. raid on his sheep, killing nineteen of Mr. Harrison Kinnaird hus gone them. to Missouri to purchase n farm. Mrs. I. C. Rucker and Miss Chus-tin- e returned Mr. Leslie Wyley has Rucker visited relatives In weeks stay in Ham- Richmond and Waco a few days the home after u five ilton, Ohio. pust week. We are having some ery refreshMr. and Mrs. Thomas Logsdon and ing rains here now. There will soon daughter, Geneva, were the guests be a splendid fall crop of grass. of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Scale In LanMr. Zuck Hester filled hit regular caster, Sunday. appointment us usual, going to see Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Kirk and Mr. his friend Saturday and Sunday. and Mrs. O, H. Hendren were week The Stork has visited our neigh- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E , C. a McWhorter in Lexington. borhood again, this time leaving Mr. Bogrie Williams and family, fine boy at the home of Mr. C. S. Robinson, the youngster being chris-tene- Mr. Churles Sherosbury and family, Virgil Lee. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moffett were Mr. D. D. Center who has been ill uests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Williams unday. for some timo will go to Lexington The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 9, 1919 BrifiE 1 Lane. On Tuesday morning, September the ICth, the Death Angel visited the home of Mr. Ed Lane and claimed for Its victim, his darling wife, who had been 111 of typhoid fever for the past seven weeks nt the home of her parent, Mr. and Mrs. A, M oldest Merida.Mrs. Lane was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mcrida and was born In Knox county In 1893. If she had lived until November 'J'Jnd she would have been 2G years of age She was married to Mr. Ed Lane, 8 years ago and was blessed with three little tons who will so miss the tender care of a mother. For sev had resided eral months Mrs. in Hamilton Ohio, and had only been hack In (Inrrard county a few weeks seems that Ood Just brought her hark to die nt home. Mrs. I.ane united with the church at Good Hope In early life. She was loved by all who knew and possessed n A CALL For 80,000 Census The Director of the Census, Hon. Rogers, Sam L. nnnounces that 80,000 enumerators will be needed to take tho next census. The work begins on January 'i, nnd will last about two wicks in cities, nnd n month or more in rural district.!. Kates of pay will vary, depending upon the locality and chnractcr of the district to be canvassed. The average pay per enumerator nt the census of 11)10 was nbout S70. At this coming census it will probably be not less thi.n $100. "Active, intelligent, and reliable men nnd women, not less than It years of nge, are needed for this task," said Director Rogers, "and, in n sense, this Is a call for volunteers. The importance of n complete and reliable census, especially In these critical times when more than ever before perhaps we need complete condidata regarding population, tions, tendencies, and resources, can hardly be owr-- e mplutsizril. The reorganization of the social and readeconomic structure and tho, justment of international relations necessitated by the War must be based on accurate knowledge if we are to net wisely and deal Justly with all classes and all interests. It that public-spirite- d is hoped, therefore, energetic people throughout the country will volunteer to" act as census enumerators een though they may not care for the positions so far as the pay is conI should cerned. be sorry to think, nnd I do not believe, that all our patriotism was used up by the War and none left for public service in times of wace." Ceorge M. Buchanan, Jr., Supervisor of the Census for the Sth District of Kentucky, which includes the counties of Shelby, Spencer, AnBoyle, derson, .Mercer, (larrard, Re-clean- ed We represent one of the largest Roofing manufac Seed Wheat and Northern Timothy Seed, Red Rye. Top, Red Clover and Crimson Clover. Carey feed Salt Tonic Block's. Uale Ties, Genuine Kanawha Salt, turers in the South. As all kinds of material are advancing, you should place your order NOW for Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. Portland Cement, Rock, Sand, Brick, Cremo Dairy Feed, Hog Feed, beautiful christian character, Besides her husband and three small children .Mrs, Ijine is survived by her parents nnd live sisters and Conn The Central Record Brothers. 11111 111 3E The W. C. T. U. will meet Satur day at Do'clock at the Club room. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." three brothers. Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster cemetery by Rev, ( I). Strother, of the Baptist Church, and she was laid to rest there by her little brother, Cecil. Much sympathy is extended the bereaved family in their hour of troub'e, but mav they meet their lev ed one in that Home Above. .Bran, Mixed Feed, Middlings. In Memory. DOP.TON. Among the profiteers, let us hope it will soon be the "high cost of Sad, but oh how true that tin . keeping out of jail." J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. death angel visits us nil, and takes us the best there is. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Sanitariums are ideal places foi from The saddest hour in the history of rest and recuperation, provided one husband and prostration the life of this dear Entered at the Post Office in Lan- docs not get nervous children was when Jesus sent his .hcn paying the bill. Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s hour Friday, angel at the Matter. If Toddy the Second wants to Sept. '.Kith and took from them their follow in the footsteps of his dad of dear wife and mother. Lucaster, Ky.. October 9, 1919 Telitha Cumi North was born Nov the Ilig Stick he will hae to swing 16th, 1851. Was married to Moses something more terrifying than noon-time $1.50 a Year. l.iucd W.aUy. Payable In Advance. . Jessamine, Mndison Lincoln, Cutty and Adair, states that he will need about 200 enumerators for this district. Applications or requests for npplicatons forms should bo sent to him on or before October 15th. "It Is more beautiful to give A Horn built for to rvceiva." dren without honw hy children home, should appeal to every and woman in the Slate. than chil- .villi man if Member Kentucky Press Association toothpick. The cat's out of the bag, and it's Eighth District Publishers League. The the same old story of gouge. general public slipped up on buying ntut of the army food supplies be Rate, For Political Announcement.. cause wholesalers hail scopped them For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 up and resold them to the retail 10.00 For County Offices tiade at enormous profits. And our For State and District Offices. .15.00 jails are Mill empty. .10 For Calls, per line .10 For. Cards, per line A New Orleans colored woman re For all publications in the Intercently wrote to an Illinois sheriff to est of individuals or expresknow if her husband hail been "hung sion of individual views, per right." She naively remarked that 10 she needed new clothing, and that it line .05 wai time fur her daughter to go to Obituaries, per line school, ami that she wanted that in surante money. And the cus was inconsiderate enough to get himself sent to the pen for life! and Democratic Ticket. FOR COVERNOR. HON. JAMES -- D. BLACK. FOR GOVERNOR LIEUTENANT WILLIAM H. SHANKS. SECRETARY OF STATE. MAT S. COHEN, AUDITOR. M. BOSWOKTH. Pie Supper. There will be a pie supper at White Oak School Friday house, night, Oct. 10th. Everybody invited, To-Morro- w Never Comes. Somebody sent this to Luke Mc Luke: "The outlook is rather Black in Kentucky politics this fall. But the outlook may change It is said that tomorrow never comes and it is the best that it will never come to Morrow. HENRY TREASURER. HENRY F. TURNER. ATTORNEY GENERAL. FRANK E. DAUCHERTY. CLERK COURT APPEALS. t 1 States With Spanish Names. The following Mate name are of SpunNh derhallon: rallfornla lint Superintandant Public Instruction. furnace; I'olnnolo roTor red; Florida leant of flowers; Nevada nov bit. L. E. FOSTER. errd; Oregon wild marjoram. Commiuioner Of Agriculture. Happiness In Appreciation. JOHN W. NEWMAN. I(aipliii' i nines not frnm the power of poM'i.loii, luit from Hie iwor of appreciation. Above incut oilier things Poor Advice. It Is wise to powers of "PoYt nmrry Hip flrt elrl yini full appreciation. cultivate the the number The greater In lpve with; wait until jou'w no-of Ktnps on an organ the greater-- Its the rest," ndvlsos Hit- - MmitiMimT) pohnllillltle ux an Instrument of music. Yw, uml by tin- AiltertUer. KylvcMer. II. nern tlif rent someone will liuu nrrlril on the one you wrrv In Iotb Explaining Geysers. with. In a word, the whole xecret of the Intermittent geji-e- r lies In a mhttTrun- The Horse In Scripture. can reserwilr, the outeitn of which Sacred tory jins "t forirolten the are forced out by steam expansion evhnrfe. There no arc told of Hie "palo ery time It gets tilled up. The YellowImrxo name Is Iieulli," the liijr stone park Is a region Mhlch not 10 to whose "atrwiittli' lire tiit to very long ago was "trust," tho "hiirnMncn mid I'luirlnta" In that role It hu. fieri ely volcanic. ened to play an of I'hurmih, with tliou'iimls nf olherti alurnilag part, but locally the earth' too numerous to mention. In IIia pases Is extremely thin. A ery literof tho Scripture alone the liorsn occu-pli- 't crut al lull iiigi not far beneath the placa goodly ilncv. es frequented hy lourlstn, and thence Is derived the heat that caiibes the outbursts of the gejters. JOHN A. GOODMAN. Dorton April 'JOth. 18fi!. She leaves a devoted husband who I of affliction. Oh is now on the how he misses her you and I can ncer tell. But there one and one only who can comfort him and take away this cloud of sadness and make it us bright as a summer day and that is our Savior, upon whom she leaned us her whole support and comfort, Mrs. W. A Her ten children, Church. Mrs. J. B. Collier, Mrs. Oeo. Mrs Huffman, Mrs. It. K. Speake, Joseph Pollard Mrs. Clayton Marsce, Messrs James T., William, Albert and Kinnaird Dorton alt of this coun ty, and Mrs. W. L. Huffman of Ixx ington, were all at her bedside when the Death Angel hovered around and tarried her to rest, to that home which she has been preparing for thru all these years. She also leaves four sisters, and two brothers, Mrs. Coleman Dunn Messrs .Millard and Crant North of Lincoln County and Mrs. J. F, Mar- see, Mrs. C. C. Hendrickson anil Mrs. Milton Deane of this county to mourn their loss. She will be greatly missed by her friends and neighbor for she was loved by all who knew her. She gave her heart to Jesus in her early years, confessing him she Join ed the Baptist church and lived true christan life ever after. She was a devoted Mother to her children, always telling anil advising them not to think of the pleasures of this world but to prepare for that home in heaven where they could be with her nnd her Savior forever. Her last words were that her path was now clear but it had been hard to travel. Much sympathy is extended the bereaved ones in their dark hour but may they look to their heavenly His address is Shclbyville, Ky., As Generosity. a test of their fitness for the work In bring generThere Is n applicants will be required to (ill out ous, and there Is oiiIt simple Justice i; . creditors. Cinrro.ltjit sample schedule and will be duly III notified of the time and place for this II part of the soul rubral aUttr the -- i!oldinlth. ulgar. test. Extraordinary .ABERDEEN-ANGU- S Offerings of CATTLE Wednasday, Oct 22nd, LANCASTER, KY. Sale will take place at the Angus-Lan- d Stock Farm, the property ol A. D. and Walker Bradshaw. This being our second sale we have strained several points in se outstanding lot of individuals ever of lecting the most HIGHLY-BREbefore in Kentucky. Consisting of 40 head, Bulls, fered the breeders Cows, and heifers and every one an EYE OPENER. The kind that is now in the keenest demand from all parts of the LAND. You will find their blood lines MARVELOUS. Their ages are faultless. Their condi tion is such as will make your mouth water to own a few of them. Think of the fortunes that have been made in the beef cattle business in the past few years and greater opportunities are in reach of all who are wise enough to invest in the right sorts. This sale oilers a GOLDEN opportun ity for the breeder, new beginner and the farmer, arrange to attend the sale and secure a few of these choice young things.1 All the popular fam ilies are represented, Blackcaps, Blackbirds, Ericas, Lady Ida's, Pride of Aberdeens, Queen Mothers, Heatherblooms, Bruce Hill Violets. D whf Father for comfort. The funeral services were held at cemetery the grave in the by Itev. Strother anil her remains were laid to rest beneath a mound of beautiful flowers. There i no breed of beef cattle that haisuch a record all over We cannot say goodbye Mother DEEN ANGUS. Here if what they have done at the International u tear, without And yet we would not have you The Greatest Live Stock Show in the World. stay. Since forth you gu to the heavenly Not in the Game Get Busy Once You home, And bid us come some day. the world at the ABER Live Stock Kxposition, If Are s. at and Attend This Sale. ln-i-- There cume un angel to our home, The home we loved so well. What grief and sorrow in our homo then, No mortal tongue could tell. Single Steer Awtinls at 17 Hhows, eleven Grand Championships have won by Carload lots of Fat Cattle, out of 17 shows Aberdeen-Angu- s have won l.'l Grand Championships; Shorthorns, once; Herefords, a times. In the; carcass, and that is the have won Grand Championship 1C times out of 17. Other breeds final test, Aberdeen-Angu- s scarcely got to first base. We most earnestly request you to attend this sale and bring all your neighbors and see these market TOPPERS sell. Aberdeen-Angu- Higk Grade Tobacco Farms It grasped our mother in its urms. "Indian Summer." It then arose and said, Acmrdliig to William Henry l'hjfe's Your Mother is only born uguin, XJmtttonft Firmi thai rrow th hlf lint q al- Mum fuels, Indian summer Is I lie cully You children think she a dead." ii ultobftooo on bUMM I'i to, witli in 10 mil- - of part of November. The name Mas ed prirra imnftor from fvvau tn f l i vu lAiinUl at This land pr iut. Light Burkj stuwi .row VMi Ui not from the Mute of weulher, tutaeco to tho acre. Oui lound of rro.wtaT.vmU7 Liintt U hitrLctl prtu on Mm but from the fact the weather being L ItmjirrlUe muUt ImnnM th put jra mild ami balmy the Indluim used that old KTMHtmUr a roUlloa dollar worth of Urm promrty to Keiituctlaiis kiwi do ! ww ?f period to hunest their corn, nod It N. L. PREWITT tti ua ma0 tor Um wbm paid, ptuvtucr oid at a lot or lasted nine iliijn and came Just before priest vru lor Jtyfienonrill and let ui (vbow you wtt winter set In. This Keuson corresponds (Imn to Auctioneer to the du) known an "St, Martin's vt hava. 1 ou wlU tm umkr no oUigaUoiu. maimer" In Kntlmul uml tho MediterRealty Co. Vwfkt Iuaraice ranean romitrlex, although this season SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. JaffarsonvlUe, Ind. lu the mentioned countries, conies In Voujht Bid. the fall Just define our Indian Hummer, 1 Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 FOR SALE For More Information and a Catalog;, address BRADSHAW BROTHERS , Lancaster, Kentucky. '' ? k M. A. Judy, Sale Manager, West Lebanon, Ind. A. W. Curd and Col. Bourne. Auctioneers-Co- l, s ' f k ! 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 9. 1919. Ill Health From Bad Teeth ten' bring on disease and death, when they give no pain, Und arc the uncnuse of them." Old. suspectedis only another illustration of This Knowledge that III health Is caus- the' old saying "There s nothing new ed by infective teeth U mentioned under the sun." II. S. HATFIELD, D. D. S. liy tho older literature, and has been (ndv) i. ufctilicil, perhaps for centuries, W do not txlieve Garrard will l5 ircdlial and dental practltlonrrs. help to llm Kentucky Children Only Burns the last itccude, how-e- v Hone. hiu It received the prominence tf ii !eervcs. AFTER-WA- R fio following l taken from nn published by Dr. Ilenjamln irlle liush, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, nnd in his SECTION 2 TMIRTIKTHlYBAK NUHBIR 21. Western Electric AIND WATER SYSTEM Light fi st POWER COMPLETE. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Ktitialxnit ii a Runabout in reality a regular business messenger, solving the question of economical anil quick transportation. The Contractor, Bulkier, Traveling Salesman, Collector, Solicitor, all find the Ford Runabout the must convenient as well as the most economical among motor cars. Durable in service, and useful every day in the jcar. Wc solicit your order for one or more. We ask jour patronage in the repair of your car, assuring you uf genuine Ford Parts, skilled workmen, reasonable prices. ACTIVITIES Haselden Bros. Garage Lancaster, Ky. NORTHERN SEED RYE TEST 99 PER CENT Car Load Just Received. Garrard Milling Company Seed Wheat AS YOU KNOW GOOD SEED WHEAT IS SCARCE T1IS YEAR. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH AN OLD WORN OUT DRILL. SEE OUR LINE OF NEW i I 8 KENTUCkYS THEY WILL SOW ANY GRAIN URATELY-LARGE ACC- I OR SMALL. SEE US FOR ANYTHING YOU NEED. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. ; BECKER ERYANTSVILLE, and BALLARD. PHOAE27. KENTUCKY. most noted duy one of America's be This article mU3t phyricinns. considered truly remarkable because it was written before the discovery Is the work of the Red Cross over? of bacteria nnd hrn the knowledge of disease va meager indeed. Purine August, the Durcau of After-Car- e Dr. Itusli says: "Some time in the of the Home Service Sections month of October 1801, I attended in Ohio. Indlnnn and Kentucky look- Miss A. C, with rheumatism In hcriC( 0ftcr 5,838 disability and tuber hip Joint, which yielded for n while ruloiis cases an increase of i!,242 to the several remedies for that dis- over the previous month. ease, In the month of November it The Red Cioss helped the soldiers now the soldiers nrc helping the returned with great violence, accomtoothache. Red Cross. Many discharged men panied with a severe atflic-IHi- n Suspecting that the rheumatic have become Red Cross secretaries llcr to help the "other fellow" nnd his was excited by the pai" tooth, which was decayed, I directed family as he himself has been helped, (jucen Marie of Koumanla Is perit to be cxtractsul. The rheumatism Kcd immediately 1c ft her hip nnd she sonally uidlng tho American She has con- Cross Commission to the Balkans In In a few tinued ever rincu to be free from it. the distribution of relief supplies The "Soon after tliis I was consulted among destitute Rumnnlans. Ij Mrs. J. II., who had been nlTlicted queen has planned an American visit ,.,..... , , rt.v-i"11 iu lui .......! u.nl. ...... .Kctinmiii -unit I llic nr.il tu.uiv toothache, Her tooth, tho no mark. Most communities, nt some t.mc of decay appeared on it, was drawn or other, nic calleil upon to face nn The next day she emergency or an overwhelming dis by my advice. was relieved from her. distiensmg nster. Whether through fire, Hood, stomach complaint nnd has contin explosion, earthquake or epidemic, ued ewr since to enjoy good health, IhcAmcrican ltcd Cross of the fu r'rom the soffndness of the external ture hopes lu, be prepared to meet part of the tooth and the adjoining the crisis. Organization of a dis-- 1 gum. there was no reason to suspct aster" relief committee is being urged a dichargc of matter from it hail t for every chapter, produced the disease. in her stomach. "Pgnjt I.'all Bchindl" This is the "Some time in the year 1P0I I word abouU. government insurance waswnsultcd by the father of a which the Ited Cross is giving every young gentleman in Baltimore who discharged service man. Insurance I may be reinstated nt any time with- had been afflicted with epilepsy. inquired into the state of his teeth in eighteen months after the insured and was informed that several in his man's discharge from the army, uavy upper Jaw were dccncd. 1 directed or marine corps. them to be extracted nnd advised In the Third Roll Call, November him irfter to lose a few ounces of.i.2 to Jil, the American Red Crots will he felt the ask th.c pcoplo for a renewal of their blood at nny time when preliminary symptoms of his fits, allegiance, lor luvurc service. Red Cross, lie followed my advice, in conseThat the American quence of which I lately had the through Its Peace Time Program, pleasure of hearing from his brother will be instrumental in eliminating and preventing dUcnsc and sickness Tliiit he was perfectly cured, I have been made happy by dis-- 1 la t,c opinion of Dr. Livingston Far- covering that I have only added to rand, chairman of the Executive the observations of other physicians, Committee. "Wc have a great or- In pointi.ig out a connection between ganiiatlon," he says, "that repre disthe extraction of decayed nnd sents every one of the national in eased teeth nnd the cure of general tcrcsts, and we propose to put this Several cases of efficacy energy behind the great movement diseases. of that remedy In relieving headache for bringing these interests to and vertigo are mentioned by Dr. gethcr." Dr. Rater relates that Mr. Darwin. Three thousand seven hundred and Petit, a celebrated French surgeon, twelve women in the Lake Division had cured intermitting fevers, which have been awarded certificates for had resisted bark for months, and successful completion of - the Red even years, by his prescription, and Cross course in Home Hygiene and he quotes from his works two cases, Care of the Sick. one of consumption, the other of The government, will care for the vertigo, both of long continuance, disabled soldier and sailor, but as which were suddenly cured by the sistance of Home Service sections of extraction of two decayed teeth in the Red Cross is necessary to find the the former, and of two supernumer- men who need this help. Individuals ary teeth in the latter case. can assist by referring cases of "These facts, tho little attended which they know to the Home Ser to, should not surprise us, wheu wc vice Section of the nearest chapter. A membership of two million in recollect how often the most distressing general diseases are brought the Junior Red Cross is the goal' set on by very inconsiderable inlets of for the' Lake Division this year. morbid excitement into the system. Auxiliaries are now being formed in the and renewed throughout Ohio, Ind A smatl tumor, concealed fleshy part of the leg, has been iana and Kentucky schools. Junior known to bring on epilepsy. A members will be asked to help in the trifling wound with a splinter or a November 2 to 11 campaign for the nail even after it has healed, has Red Cross members, often produced a fatal tetanus. Many hundred facts of a similar nature lire met with in the records of "I must write nnd tell you I am medicine. getting along line. For 20 years, "When we consider how- often the that is over half my life, I have spent teeth, when decayed, ure exposed to in poor henlth unci suffering from Irritation from hot and cold drinks severe gas In htomnch and indiges nnd ailments, from pressure by mas- tion. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy tication and from tho cold air, nnd has entirely restored me. I also how intimate tho connection of the know of several others who have I mouth Is with the whole vystem, taken it for the same trouble ami am disposed to believe they are often ure now well again." It is a simple the unsuspected causes of general, harmless preparation that removes and particularly of nervous diseases. the catarrhal mucus form the intesWhen we udd to the list of these tinal tract and allays the inflamma morbid effects uf the acrid and pu tion which causes practically all trid matters wmcn are sometimes stomach, liver and intestinnl ail discharged from the carious teeth, ments, including appendicitis. One or by ulcers in the gums created by dose will convince or money refund them, also the influence which both ed. It. K. McltOUKRTS, Druggist. huve in preventing mastication and Lancaster, Kentucky, (adv) tho connection of that animal funcgood henlth, I cannot help tion with thinking that our success in the treatment of all chronic diseases vKs-aiiu- p by would be very much promoted directing our inquiries fnto the state uM 1 r fcWISiiSi s. m4 .a twt. iiM-YfcjSiit hi kS. .. to Mr mi l m U4r 1 of the teeth of sick,jeaoli and by AT DSUCCISTS. t mtl advising their extraction in awry .Itsuuus MM tail, case In which, they are decayed. It SMaaasj ssmcdy ca. u.k Kr. is not necessary that they should, be attended with pain n ored to product diseases, for splinters, tumors and HASELDEN BROS. other irritants mentioned before of-- Of The American Red Cross. Wise Pipe and Pipe- - I road runiciuG Bastin 0E .Ihl-'H&m- cl Brothers, acAiNiNa Lancaster, Kentucky. process da. f By thtie simple operations intone can apply beautiful hardwood efTccti overbid soft mod or preyiouilyfiniihcd nuors, doors, woodwork and furniture. Washable: heelproof; and we ars like real l.ardwood finiih. Cons about ) cents per square toot. Directions on each can. l.earn to grain in 5 Minutes at THE Hrt to art luut-- f L STORE J courtruut tnterrtt inj wll finj re f pfouf, Chincac of tit Jtgotf, U crtKt b4 eaiatat (of anitrufi to ppr .!, IN YOUR LOCALITY qualitjr.finUti'. iW "T'Mf (a CM lrmir went rixw. Cuarnt4 lot McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRTANTSVIUI, ST. Happy After 20 Years. ssasasialsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiE-!?!!- ! TKaafaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVll THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR i in e,very The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. Built for service and comfort". Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 ' Ninety Touring- - $735.00 "3aby Grand" Roadste; $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Toura $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car loud of these American Beauties Just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and .Jnoted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. ' PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Faint Lick, Kentucky. will liali illllllMllBIIBWI 1M 1 imi mnMMii Mil kw ft" The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 9 1919. WHEAT I ! DISEASES CONTROL jWRIGLEYS UNDER Building Lots and Baby Farms If-- Si . f 9 Precautions Taken to Prevent Spread of Tvvo Dreaded Foreign Foes of Plant. STRAW AND STUBBLE BURNED Experts Realize Possibility That Som Infested Spots May Have escaped Quarantine Observation Is Avoided. c a package before the war c a package during the war 100 ACRES THE McCROSKEY FARM AT BURGIN. HERCERlC r ft as . c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 137 CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. - BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus S100.000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. 3 B. Vtn Stales Dtrart-iren- t of Am i ulture-Tnilirnl Inni nre Hint Hip two dreaded foreign foes nf wheat, fine mint nnd tnke-nl- l. will not bepnmo widespread In the 17nttiil State. The United States (Itimrtmcnt nf ngrli il.iire announces Hint the two where thojn dlen-cnpppnn-d- . Im"ni nnd Illinois, have tnli-- steps Hint will pre-vpfrom the spread of the Die Infected fields mid lh.it should - lufettlon wlpa nnt In n few- sears tinIn fields where It exlts. Indlnnn nfllelnls camp to the recent hearing In Viih ii.t.m w ih adequate Shortly safeguards already ptni-ed- . tnbllshcd after tli hearing, tlllix All Ihe Infected similar safeguard". wheat In holh stales Is under control any ' lid disinfected nnd will whatever Is made of It. All straw und stnhhle arc tn he burned, threshing machine are to be thoroughly disinfected nud no wheat Is to l grown In Infected areas for scleral years. But Fight It Not Over. Under thee conditions full conll- dence In felt that neither nf the diseases will spread from the diseased areas In Illinois nnd Inillnna. Thai does not mean, however, that the fight I against fine smut and take-al- l over It Is possible Hint "no or both of the t 111 k year lu places where illcaes exist they have not been recocnlzed. Ther howeser. no great probability Hint this Is true. Tlie department of agencies and Its have been diligently ou the looknut foi th two diseases all summer and haye found no evidence of them ex-cIn the two areas. Ilotb flag amnt and take-al- l ocmr In IlllnoU and only Hike-ni-l In Indlnna. The experts, however, realize the possibility that sotm Infested spots may have escaped and It would not be surprising If diseased fields are found elsewhere next spring. In Hip there will be nnletur In the work nf preventing either of thf finiii eltliiK a real foothold illcnv In the United Stnte. Th j nnywhero Is working will. , feilernl department uiilliorilleH or Illinois nnil Indiana itne them every polhle aid. Its pathologists are enersetlcally studylnt ' Ihe and Its representatives arc I Hip ronntry over to inak frnrorcl by SATURDAY, 2 OCT. o'clock sharp. llth n. tl'n" Lonjr Frontage on Danville pike and Main street of Bur-giG Room Dwelling Large new tobacco barn, about o acres will be sold with improvements, but it is so subdivided that several Tracts may be attached so you may buy 25 to 50 l, 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 these1ots and farms bring? Whatever the buyers bid for our contract calls for "An Absolute Sale, without reserve-b- y bid or limit." BRASS BAND. SMALL FARMS ARE GETTING SCARCE AND HARD TO BUY. Burgin js a progressive town with its Banks, Churches, Schools, business houses, newspaper, with I'Live-wkl- 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 b acre farm, or more with the improvements. iSwinebroad, The Real Esttae Wan ' or W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. - ON "ROLL OF HONOR."' t Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, V. Pros. W. O. Rigney, Asst. Cachier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Clerk. W. F. Champ, Cashier, Lots Small AND ON KIRKSVILLE Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, 3C DC iczni it: 31 IE TRACTS 1-- and KENTUCKY RIVER PIKE Have Tour Tires Retreaded 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. AT AUCTION Good Crop of Wheat In Southern diana. In- certain whether or not there are other Infested areas mid to aee that effective measure "of control ure available It liny uch u reus ure (Uncovered. 'Prompt Stat Action Prevents Quart antlne. The of state authorities Is esuentlal In order to prevent hardship If further InfeMiillinH should be discovered. Only the prompt action ot Indlanu und Illinois prevented the placing of n (luarnutlne ugalutt all the wheat In thoxe ntates, 11 measure which would have men nt hurdslilp, not only to all the wheat growers In the two atati-n- , but to deulers, millers aud consumer, liven prompter state uctlon will be desirable If either of the Is found Inter to exltt in any Neither of these diseases U likely to find its wuy Into Hie country aituln from outside tourcca. The depurltueiit of agriculture has cstahl!hed quarantine regulations against all the rest of Ihe world In which either of the exltn. No, small grain ran come ill for any purpose unless It has been thoroughly sterilized with steam heat. It Is the puriiose of the department, say lls"efllclal, to make the cleanup of these plant plagues as thorough and as prompt as It did the disease of animals a few years ago. Depreciation of Machinery. Did you ever think of Ihe relation nf the farmer's bank account tn the tool hedT Machinery depreciates faster In the- weather tlinn It does In use. The lay. time saved by Puvlnz n nit-fr- e puy for the shed. (dement will 3500 MlLESiGUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmalce of tire. Phone 798. s. 46 ACRES CUT IN TRACTS OF 5 AND 10 ACRES, ALSO SEV ERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS. The John T. Dawson or J. S. Schooler farm, 4 mile from Cotten- burg, Madison County, Any Friday, October 10th, The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Walnut Street. 31 31 II Danville, Kentucky. ICZJCZZIC other state. 3CZZDCZZDCZ W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY. Embalmir. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Commencing Promptly at 10:30 A. M. This property has nice Pike Frontage, and located near a good school. We invite a close inspection of this property by all parties who desire a nice home in a good section. On this property is a splendid 8 room Residence, 10 acre tobacco barn, good garage and buggy house, all necessary outbuildings. This place has been taken care of and is all, in grass except 12 acres. Has fine orchard and is well watered by cistern, well and ponds. One of the best fenced farms in the County. This is an opportunity you cannot afford to overlook. We have engaged a fine band which will give a concert one hour before and after the sale. Don't forget the date and hour. We feel that in this property we have a proposition which will interest you. Director and THE UNITED REALTY ' CO. na Lexington, Ky. 302 Security Trust Building. O. T. Wallace, Wm. M. Nichols, George W. Crawford, Managers. The Central Record, Lancaster, k Ky. Thursday, Oct 9 1919. T jm aaais. 1 am SUGAR-BEE- THRIPS HARMFUL TO PLANTS Spraying Is Most , Effective Means of Controlling Pest. Bcildta Dolno Much Damag In Grsen. houM Inaect Alto Injures Outdoor Plant! Apply Spray on Dull or Cloudy Day. air IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS KMnty itlseasii Is no resporter of per-eoa majority of tin Ilia anticline toils can tie traced back to trouble. Tli ktdneya are the most Important orirans of the boitr, Ther era the niterers, the purifiers, of your blood. Kidney disease le usually Indicated by srearln.as, ale epleeanesa, nerrouaness. deepondewr. backache, stomach trouble, pain In loin, and lower abdomen, gait alones. gravel, rheumatism, eclallca, and lumbago. All these derangements are nature's elgnala to warn you that the kMnare Ton ahould uae liOUD help. MEDAL llaarlsm Oil Capsules Imme teopla diately. Tha soothing, liaallnx oil atlm-ulatthe klJn.ru. relieve Inflammations and deatrors the serine .which have cauaed It. bo not wait until tomorrow. Oo to your drurglat today and Insist on OOL.li MEDAL, Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-fou- r' hours you should feel health and vlcor returning and will bless the day you flret heard m of OOL.D MCOAt. Hiarl-oil. After you feel that you have cured youreelf, continue to take one or twe so as to keep H oavsules each nrst-cUcondition and danger of other attacks. ward off tas Ask for the original Import. d QOUt MEDAL, brand. Three sites. Money refunded If they do net help yen. lr. ofchoice CAMELS' expert blend Domestic and choice tobaccos answers every cigarette desire you ever had ! Camels give such universal delight.such unusual enjoyment and satisfaction you'll call them a cigarette revelation I 18 cents a package Camee are tald tvrywhrt in ecenfirte-- a filrd pacta, of 30 elitnlltti or (300 cJarrffss) u a Ian carton. M'e ttronitjr rtommtnd lia carfon or the noma or office tupply, or wAenou fraref. pacat R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY not leave any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor, smoke Camels! If you hunger for a rich, mellow-milcigarette that has all that desirable cigarette "body" well, you get some Camels as quickly as you can Camels' expert blend makes all this delightful quality possible. Your personal test will prove that Camel Cigarettes are the only cigarettes you ever smoked that just seem made to meet your taste You will prefer them to either kind of tobacco smoked straight Compare Camels for quality and satisfaction with any cigarette in the world at any price d I I 1 If you'd like a cigarette that does (Prepared by tha United Statu Department of Agriculture.) Tho suitnrheet thrlp Is an Important Insect recocnlred a a Rreenhoitiie peat anil ntxn Injuring outdoor plants, principally mignr heets and auimr cane. The Invert I' dark hrown or hlnek In rotor, and about 1.3 millimeter In length. Tho Injury caused la ulinllnr to that of other .species, such as the onion thrlps and bean thrlp. The plant Is nttacked by the adults and by the nymphs, or ynnng. In the same innnncr. The leaf cells are pierced nd Draw - A Check IKxlaiaiiiaJiv:3&'.?y?TJg, for the money you ov e and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Back & HBraaHBBrBBjBSBjaajBBHBk Trust Co BBBBBBasBBBSSnlSBBBBBJ vIlvWiBSrfSv They know he is doing business in a busirrjs like way. Better open sue!) an account even It your afTairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank IfSBBBBBBBBDnBMSBBsiuBBBBBBBBBBS llBBBBBBBBBBflBasy.SBSB'aSBBBBBBBBBBBBB! & Trust Company ENOS SPENCER. g Pi. Q IAS. C. HARRt5.Vxr.pw R.aUNDSEY.Sec. I Harvesting Sugar-Bee- t Seed. Man Responsible (or Progress per-eU- adapt Iheuorldto In trytiiK l Therefore, nil procren dehimself pends on the unrrimonalili' num. Bernard Shaw. The reniMinaWe nmn adapt himself to the world; the unmmmaMe one Quit Natural. "And do ynu Iwlleve that I urn to the lust pace hen she plrke up n book J" first 1 Terry "Well. have no reason to clnulit It. I know It Im tho nature of the fair sex to wnnt the lut word." Bertha n tvomnn lnr Ring Up tha Coda, In rhlnn many temples urc provided with n hell nt the entrance, and when a worshiper enter he slvc the rops I In nnler that tlx a pull to rlnc the Rod niny he notified nf hi coming; and Ihi at hand to attend to his prayers. aod the plant Jalccs withdrawn, causing the cells to shrivel and turn white. When a number of these cells nre destroyed they appear as Irrepilar white A tNCCnsoBATCD INSTITUTION OP LCARNtNO n spots. If the nttnek Is 321 CUTHP.Ii: STREET, or LOUISVILLT, KENTUCKY t.'crth cf Toetofficj severe, the whole leaf surface becomes Invested by these spots and finally Complete Course o? Commercial Vocational TraJnlnj. Students shrivels and dies. secure Practical, Paying; Result. Catalogue sent upon request. fiprnjlnc has been found to be the most effective means of controlling ihU Insect, both In the greenhouse and out of doors. Tho following solution used In one experiment killed all adult and about 05 per rent of the nymphs. Nicotine sulphate (ounces) Commercial School THE NATIONAL BANK - OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,00CL BIG AUCTION RESIDENCE. K Water tsillons) The spray should be applied to both sides of the leaves ; If Hltde, on a dull or cloudy day. The ndults are not so active at this- - time and are, therefore, less likely to more, out nf reach of the spray. In the greenhouse the sugar-bee- t Ihrips may be held In check by the application of a strong spray of water to the foliage. This washes the younger stages from the leaf; and as these are unable to reach the food plant again, they soon die. P!ho!I soap (pounds) 4 Surplus $30,000. A. n. DENNY, President. J, E. STORMES, V!ce-Ires- t. S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. J. It. HARRIS, Individual Book-keepe- r. r. HUGH MOBLEY, General Safety Oepotit Boxes For Rent. STOCK PENS AND 10 CHOICE LOTS 10. VETCH CROP IN HOME GARDEN Spade or Hoed Under It Will Assist In Keeping Soil Supplied With Needed Humus. A few cents' worth of retch seed planted In the garden each year and spaded or hoed under as a green manure crop will keep the soil supplied with humus and, to a large extent, with nitrogen. The vetch should be kept growing at all times In all available spores. For example. If early corn or cab bnge are not removed In time to allow crop, vetch can be for n follow-uplanted between the rows at the time of the Inst cultivation. It will then be Inrge enough to pnde under In the fall or spring. Another good way to use vetch Is to sow It In the fall or spring when the garden Is being spadtd In preparation for tomatoes. fly the time the tomato plants are ready to eat, tho vetch will bo well un iler way. If the vetch Is not more than .three or four Inches high, places can be cleared at proper distances fut planting the tomatoes by turning un' der a spade or two of soil. Then when the vetch left between the tomatoes l six or eight Inches high. It can be hoed In. Since It Is green and tender, this Is no great task and the vetch will soon rot. If vetch Is used In this way, the soil should bo Inocu lated with the necessary bacteria. In structions for doing this simple work ran be had upon application to the state college of agriculture at Ithaca, N. Y. PUTTING EAR CORN IN SILO WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. (I. II. Suini-broail- , Alex R. Denny, 'J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. On Stanford Street,in the city limits of Lancaster,-TH- E JOHN N. ROSS RESIDENCE, STOCK YARDS, AND CHOICE LOTS ADJOINING. Saturday tised. October 11th, 1919 At 10.00 A. M. Rain or Shine. This sale will last tout 50 minutes so be on hand at hour adverSale 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 lots for 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. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE We are equipped vith.machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Engines. Wo can furnish you with a new battery or repair your did one. We have installed battery charger nnd are 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 Engine or any other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction ft Beet to Add 8ome Stalks Because They Ftirnisn Much sugar Essential to Fermentation. Y The UNITED REALTY 00. O. T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr. LEXINGTON, KY. It has boon found practical to en sile soft corn ears without any stalks, hut It Is better to add some stalks because they furnish much sugar which Is essential to proper fermentation. Tests made at Ames on the Iowa station show that an Immense atnouut of corn can be stowed uway In u silo this way, that It will not spoil, and that It makes an exceedingly rich feed. It should he fed as a concentrate and not as u roughage. The ears should be cut line nud tramped In the silo when filling. Dotiot let euy solled ears get In, or too big it proportion nf mature roru, as this does not pack und euslle so well. guaranteed. Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. Phoae 31. PAINT LICK. KY. tmmmmmmmmmHxmmm V The Central Record. Lancaster," Ky., Thursday Oct 9, 1919 2W FATONIC KewfWks, Bi .a.aHa laSas Isaae lanersi 1leSV evesfoydewewjstaj. . Unworthy American In 1812, on the sixth of August, petrol! wns anrrrnderrcl by Oen. Wllllnin Hull to the British, tinder Clenernl Hrnck. After Hall was released by the British lip was by the American, found guilty of cowardice bp shot. President and condemned to lndlnn modified the sentence to dl L'l bnnoralilp discharge from thp army, and nllnirpil I foil to go free. ALTRUISM ONLY A FACTOR IN THE scheme really scli )&mm Lock tbe Seven Seas. s-r- ? R. E.SMtROBERT5, Lancaster, Ky Peralan Cookery. America Cookerr union! thp well-to-dclass sirvino WHEN SMI AIDS STRICKEN partly lie--' es In I'enila I extravagant EUROPE. cano they nre lnvlhly hospltahle, partly lwmir all hnnr servant are fed from thp leaving of the tnnter's table. Tiny chickens, quail, pigeons, ' SAVINGS PLAN IS ESSENTIAL nrp hand Unvea and young partridge ed hot, on the spit, tn each gupt. Every Dollar Invcited NEW FARM BULLETIN GET SLOAN'S FOR YOUR PAJN RELIEF You savings Certificates In Treasury Doeo Double I Here Is the glebe spread out flat before your eyes. See those stars? Eery ' star shows where a U. S. Navy ship was o Srytembev 2nd, J9I9. The Navy travels Duty Now. Kuiopo i rtrangely quiet now afttt the tumult and the shouting of the pant New Ready-- For Distribution Mora than SO farms described. Qet yojr nam on oor roalllni lilt at once. don't have to rub it in to get quick, comfort- - ' ing relief SemoRin Goodman Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. ANGUS- LAND ,trc Once jon've tried it on that stiff Joint, sore mliccle, sciatic pain, thru matic twinge, lame back, jotill find a Harm, "ooiliiim relief ou notr thought a liniment could produce. Won't Main the skin, leave no mufts, wastes nu time in appl)ing, lure to Kie quick rrjutt,.. A large bottle Your own or any means economy. other druggie! has it. Get it today. rrx-- . $1.40 STOCK FARM Registered, Aberdeen An-gas What a Difference. What n difference there la between n who think and one who only either sex any age. Also regis- nays what has been thought. Jladarao tered Poland China Hogs. Big type du Drffand. Cattle for sale anytime im A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Lancaster. Ky. eeeeeeeeeseees I Stkern Optical Ct. Not because we are so altruistic, but because It la for our own banaBt. "W mu-- t Jewel Superstitions. dn It tn keep these Uattes States In olden time thp .npphlrr wa worn In the forugiuund the greatest of all again! the Idle of erioiunii4 anirnala powers. All the European countries ' and to keep nwuy apparition ; the pro- - need the manufactured articles wa are itMdlnp erald I" prevent and making and the raw materials we are strengthen Hip tiiptimry. The ruby wa producing. Their reaourres are now j cnnldi'rcil u powerful imiulet In ward drained. They have aot thp money, at off plague iind 'mil the "power of bund to buy our output. We must CHIROPODIST making the w earer cheerful them this money, and they will ray It back when they get on their feet. Raisin Grapea. And ihls money that we advance Ordinary grape 'In nut innkp gooo: must come from tho savings of the ralln. Leading cnrletle ued arc people. Kery Treasury Saflngs the MutiiIi'I. Cord". Itlanin. Mil-r- at for S too aad 11,000 that we buy of Alexandria and Malaga. The i, bundle are cut from the vine anil help to bring about the desired and eiery War Hatlnga Stamp plnci'd on trn.t being to sun-drand every Thrift Stamp thrown Into turned from'llme to time. The proc-- e Office l simple. Ijirge urowerM hnve the balance adds to our Individual curlnc hed tn uinhl rik In drying prosperity Just that "much, and the ml logs guarantees our naon iicciiiiiit of mln. .Seeding Is done united tion' prosperity and proildes for by machinery. America a market for all time In the Gilcher Hotel, futaie. Bran Most Useful Alloy. belongs to- the The lira I perluip tlw beat known and natloas responsibility won wko hae the war and mot-uef- ul alloy. It la formed by Danville, Kentucky. fusing together jupper and line. Dif- who are trying tn bring an actual peace to the world, a peace that will ferent pniuirt!nn of thee nietal produce hriip marked dla-- 1 last for generations at least. We dare the tlnetltc prnpertle. The proportions not turn back onagainJob lest It all have In a few years at of the different Ingredient lire heldora to be done over precisely nlikA; tlieop depend upon the the most. The obligations of this country to rciilreiiieutii of vnrlou ne for nblch the alloy are Intended. I'pcullnr quul-- 1 do Its share In this work of recoastruc-tle- n are no leaa than those of any of Itle of the i'oullluent metal our allies. And all that takes money. hilliience on the result. Not aa much aa we raised when the war way on, but still It will requlr very large sums, sums that are an large that they cannot be raised by the ordinary processes of taiatlcn. Therefore, It inuat be done by Issues ot tbe "Baby Bonds." Incorporated We csnnot expect Europe to become peaceable and prosperous If we turn our backa on the war conditions there T rereef Perfeet-FltUnThere can be no doubt and alt smug and selt satls.ed at home. as to the merit ot Cardui, Our responsibility Is there. We can SftmCLES AND the woman's tonic, in not be peaceable and prosperous If the treatment ol many there are to be new eras In Europe and ETE CLASSES troubles peculiar to millions are to be suffering for food. women. The thousands ol women who have been helped by Cardui in the Kryptob Artificial Eyes TEXAS A SIC STATE. past 40 years, is conclusive prool that it Is a uiviemie uuocau Lus She la Gelng Into the War Savlnge good medicine lor women I ' Campaign on a Scale Cemmen-aurat- e who suffer. It should help you, too. With Her Slxe. Dr.. Of French Origin. ' .The prefix Kiln (the win of), so com. itiOivlu Knckind. I mipixiopil to have orlgrlmted In Klunder. It remark-abl- e Hint It l now unknown In France, hut It occur In the ancient document! and rhronlilc of that country. It was brought to Kncland liv thp N'onnnm under William the Conqueror. four years. Big sheila no longer overhead In Invisible lanes of the sky The "ilpalrp" of thp machlnp gun bullets no longer chrleks over No I Alan's Land, across the wheat field and vlneards of North Prance. The roll of the anibulaacp, marked with the Cross of lied, l no longer heard on the whltp, paved highways ol tr.p Frenchmen. There Is an longer a menace In tile sky, on tho earth, on the sea or under the sea. Thp war has ended. . Then rhy invest In tha Tieasury Savings Certificates and War Pavings Lerttneatea and Thrift Stamps? The kings and sultans and prince ling,, that held In thp hollot of their bands the Uvea ot their people, are dead, or In exile or alad to be permit ted to lire. The war wa long sine ended, but the world must be put In order and i governments set up before we ilsre a treath of pure relief. CMIItatlon has woik to do. The reionstructlnn work has been In progres almost a ")ear, but the task Is )et In ita In fancy. These battered lauds noil be se( up In some rt of shape before we tan runslder our work as done. Iw tha people ot these devastated countries e'en not bring about some sort of order rmi safety for tbeniselvea, weBSUt . Don't ytm want to Bee the World.? is calling to you! Strange and smiling foreign lands are beckoning to you. Shove OfT and see the world I ROMANCE the hard-playin- red-bloode- d, hnrd-workin- g, g men of the U. S. Navy. Pay ..begins the day you join. On board ship a man is always learning. Trade schools develop skill, industry and business ability. holiday each Thirty daye year with full pay. The food is good. First uniform outfit is furnished free. Promotion is unlimited for men of brains. You can enlist for two years and come out broader, stronger and abler. care-fre- e Learn to See the Panama. See beach of Waikiki. "parley-voo- " bull-fights Paree. surf-ridin-g in gay in on the Learn the lure that comes with the swish and swirl of the good salt tea.'1 Eat well free; dress well free ; sleep clean free ; and look 'em all straight in the eye British, French, Chinese, Japanese, Spaniards, Egyptians, Algerians and all manner of people. Come! Be a real man world. See the world. See it r... ..... I of the it with Join the U. S. Navy. you're between 17 and 35 go to If the nearest recruiting station for all the details. If you don't know where it is ask your postmaster. Shove off J. W. WEBER Shove off ! - Join the U. S .Navy FOOT DOCTOR Public Sale OF AT 10 O'CLOCK. At my Farm on Lexington pike, 6 miles from Lancaster, at Camp ,Dick Robinson, immediately after the sale of my farm, by Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man. The farm contains 140 acres of well improved land, good residence and all out-buildin- melng ali Livestock & Implements Wednesday, Oct. 22, WILL BE SOLD ON . It Helps! i 4th A Cheetnut LOUISVILLE, RV. St, Tak POSTED raTM ur lands for any purpose whatever is wo will prosecute all offenders, to HuntHie fullest extent of the law. ers and fishermen especially talc astice. It. L. Elkin, Mrs. Cora Phillips, v Mrs. Emma Daniels, n. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. BacUsy, Mrs. Emma Ulgginbotham, A EJd aad N. B. Pries.. The undersigned hereby give warn-"ai- g to all persons not to trespass upon CARDUI Whim's Twifci Mrs. N. C. Varner. of llixson, Tean., writes: "1 was passing through the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and my suffering Jndescriba- -' ble. I can't tell just how and where I hurt, about 1 all over. I think began Cardui, and my pains grew less and less, until Iwas cured, i am remarkably strong for a woman 64 years ot age. I do all my housework.1' Try Cardui, today. S Higl ... B. C. Rlgsby. D. M. Anderson. R. L. Barker TaJJ! J. B. L. KeSey. C. Blfsfcy. r i ' ST m A atate that never doea anything by halves la Texas, j On the sale of Treasury Savings Cer-- I tllcates, the state set a euuta, and for August and September It must have We gathered this i been a big one. ' from the Dallas (Tex.) Bulletin, The three banks In Oormsa, Tex., $11,100 In one week for , purchased their customers. Next week they ' Bought ITi.icie ia3VafX "x.. ordared throuxb Its bank 111,000 worth the first week aad said ky September II orders would be placed for an additional siggo. The Chambers County State Bank quota of ITI.OOO for Auset a gust and September, and by September had sold 11.000. Texaa financiers agree that thla Treasury Savings Certificate Is the most attractive aecurtty the government kss ever' offered. Will tbe ksnka ot Missouri, Arkansas aad Kentucky give as lsysl sup port to this campaign aa tbe Eleventh rederal Reserve Olalrlet Is securing STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, ETC. One Hereford bull one year old; one Hereford cow; Two Red Milk Cows; One Jersey Cow; Two Large Roan Cowa; Four Spring Bull Calves; Two Heifer Spring Calves; One Yearling Heifer; Forty Five Black Faced Ewes, young ones; Two good Bucks, one and two yeara old, Southdowns; One pair of Sorrel Mare Mules; 21 Head of Two-yea-r old Home Grown Cattle. One Six-H- . P. Fairbanks Morse Engine; One Dick Blizzard No. 9: e Corn Planter; One Sulky Hay Rake; Two McCormick One Mowers; One Ten Hoe Disc Drill; One Sixty Tooth Leveling Harrow: One Keystone Cutting Harrow; One Steele Roller; One Iron Wheel Fodder Wagon; Two Vulcan Turning Plows; Two Double Shovel Plowa; One Five Tooth Tobacco Plow; One Two Horse Cultivator; --.One "Two . . o six-year-old two-hors- interest in Scalding Fifty Bales Mixed Hay; Two Sets Buggy Harness; A Lot of Work Harness; One Lot of Rope; One Woven Wire Fence Stretcher: One wat- Ler Tank; One Lot of Forks and Shovels and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS made known on day of aale. . ot j. vsne r it vsne nair interest norse oiea, r ronui ocraper, r ui Box; One Corn Shelter; in sir, wneat ran; Une-Ha- lf ' N. J. GOSNEYv CAPT. AM. BOURNE, Auctioneer. treat the seeks la Teaast The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 9 1919. Stop cead Act ' Your Golden Opportunity SUBDIVIDEDAT CHOOSING BEST BREED0F HOGS Want to Feel Just Right? m JVT TtV AKB MMMkr, tlrMt, Fine 300 Acre Farm of Buchanan Heirs Whichever One the Farmer Decide! Upon He Should Develop to Highest Standard. TYPE Tim Take an NR Tonight M In Im H "h tr r toll wiltIke mernliif. jp-,- Tint m Dim. "It." URD MOST POPULAR Anlmsls Weighing SATURDAY, 06T. 11th, lf Public Auction . At Prcssnt Frorj,175 Highest Not to 250 Pounds Command Prices Bacon Hog It Rslsed extensively. tlnlli-.- l lot of Imputlilrs that rotir digeitlv end elimlnstlie orgsn y can't get lid of. Pill, ell, salts, calomel and lustliei, caiharilc sod purges only force the botteli sail prod th liver, jyfiir'JbmaV(NRTahlrti) sett vntl.eitomsch, liter, boneli end even kidneys, not forcing, but ton-I- nj snd ttrfn-thenl- ng tf.ee orgsns. The result Is prompt relief sad real, lasting bencf.t. Make the test. Nature's Remedy will set promptly, thoroughly, yet so mildly, so gently, that )ou will think nature herself lias come to'the retcue and is doing the trotL. Andoh,whatareliefl TROUBLE IS, your system is (frtpartd AT 10:30 A. M. ON THE PREMISES. This nice estate of about 300 acre which we are now subdividing into tract to uit pur chasers and which ha been in the Buchanan family for over a half century i located at the mile from the Lancater pike and only Jf e f Garrard County on the Richmond road one-hatwo mile from that good town of Crab Orchard with it noted magnificent Spring Hotel, ipleadld graded school, fine churches, bank, store and splendid citiienship. Two tenant houses with barns and other outbuilding. Everlasting springs. vAII of this fami lies exceedingly well. In fact it could be called a tractor farm. A great deal of this land it extra rich bottom. Splendid tobacco, corn and wheat land. Mostly in grass. The best of care taken of it. In the highest state of cultivation and ready to A money maker and a splendid place to invest your money with large dividend Fuacfe. guaranteed. You will have to ee thix place to appreciate what it really is. We invite th closest inspection. The more you look the more you will bid. On account of Mrs. Buchanan' 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 re It I sure to sell. And whoever is lucky enough to own it will have a (.cm. serve or It ha a long road frontage and will be so subdivided that each tract will have a good road frontage. School and church at edge of farm and in fine community. It is not . only choice location and splendid dirt and cut into juit the size tracts you want but it lie directly ta (he path of the oil line district running through Kentucky, look at the map. Mr. Investor, this i an item not to overlook. These people are game enough to let it go for what it will bring. They say SKLL. The e bridle i off and YOU name the price. An opportunity of a for a safe conservative investment, at your own price with large dividend guaranteed. Every one will agree that real i just as sure to increase in value as you. estate it the root of richet, the basis of wealth, and eatst today. Million 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 value and create a competence for your old age. We want to meet you there on the sale d ly and talk the matter over with you. Remember the day and hour SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11th, at 10:30 A. M. John and Andrew Davis, on the place, will be glad to show you over this property any day. Be on hand promptly and get your (hare of the bargain. Term very liberal and made known on day of tale. For full particulars, tee, write, or phone water; Improvement: five never-failin- g by-bi- Rtntrs Department of Arrlculture.) There la mi bet breed of awlne. Some breed are aiiierlor to other In certain rcpecta and oiih breed may be better adapted limn nnolher lit certain local contlltliitiii. The cent!nl H,tnt I thai after the farmer has oneo ilcj'liled.upon the kind of hug til rain; he nlioilld Mirk to Hill decision and deieliii the choten brei'd to It hljihcM ivllile idiinilard. It I not fea-lhfor one Imllililuiil to rale scleral dif ferent hreiiN and bring them tn per fection. In making hi iholce, loo, the farmer tdionhl be giililiil by Hie. kind of liretfU alieaily elahllln'il In hl loiwllly. If he H'lect one of these he I not likely tn make a tnlHnke. Two Type of Swine. There are two illllnrt tMes of Hliie, namely, the lard and the bacon t)pe. Snliie of the lard type far outnumber thoe of Hie bacon t)pt 111 the fulled Slate. The lard type I preferred by Hie people of thl country, foniiMUcnlly the majority of feeder henvy riiplilfnllenlnil, prodme a llelied lard l.pe. The haeon tJIie I not raNed etenliely Inllie t'nlleil State. The production of ilmlce ba imi I more general In tboe aeetlon by the vas'll 1,4 lw If Sf iniKh ,wrrriw4 tf M npal4. Ilk sis1)! likli,llr r.trr tr. Jail I rr,.tiiil tan'll 11 nr ttikWrstr a NX Ia, s wrk. The kavt I Ilk ntJirlii Be Nuirtvtrrwir. tn rt- V1W 1 aiier mi viii mi vsicitii to treri is sbm cMitis--set- s p sett- ittnse IL tii ltf rt Cat I ,aaaaaaWaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan a 31 f ri rtsnW R. E. yovr tfrujgu ssilsiiaKailii McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. iiPTllllffffl FARM FOR SALE. per in grass, 60 acres in timber, six room dwelling, two tenant houes, three good bnms, 200 big thrifty benring fruit trees, fine water, located only :i miles from Bedford, Intl., n town of 12,000. Farm is on good pike nml is in high state of Cultivation, producing alfalfa, fine corn anil etc. Purchaser could easily divide it into two or four farms, First time .it was ever offered for sale. Owner is old and can no longer look after it. A big bargain. For full particulars, address 4S2 ncre farm known as celebrated "White River' Farm, 150 acres bottom land, 150 acres high Innd, 132 acre ucre. at $30.00 MAY REALTY COMPANY, SOMF.RSKT. KENTUCKY. Loyalty Is First Demand. Long. Lived Jews. Ilulnes present untold opportunitJews call boast of an average longer life than any other rate. They hare ies-, magnificent posshlp; hut the alwny tnjojed remarkable Immunity only man who ever succeed for blm-- n If or tleerr promotion from anyfrom tuberculol, (holftn and typhus. one else I the man who I loyal. Valu of Wrestling. Only In Japan ha the value nf Watch the Eshautt. n Purebred Bsrrows. A government bulletin I aulhorlty wretllne hern iitilversallv rernenlznl. I 'Japfot the statement that the greatest where the feed of the hog Is "more and the reult I that the nven'ge anese physique unrivaled for wiw- - simile factor in the onerattnn .of th MlrltM and where corn la not relied er, agility and the tnlernal health J steam plant I the v?ay In which th upon as the principal Kratn-fo- r hog. problem I handled. that "o largely depend on the vital- rxhaii't The principal breed of the lard ity and balanced development of the type, are the Tolam! China. Ilerkshlre, Inner muscles of the lower part of th Hiime-JeraeWhile, Chester and body. Legend of Origin of Flowers. , Hampshire. The lard type of hog I In Susex. Knilnnd, the lily of the I valley I said tn be a memorial of low Ml ami compact, with a very Turtle Unstop Sewer. Hie liiitile, St. Leonard fntight with n wide and ilet'tt biHly. The fchnuldern To open a stunned mi ener nine. ilruzon: slmtilil he full although not coarse, Tbe holy man encountered Frank- - Ward of Itlihmiuid, Mo, caught tin- monster In the forest and battled nlth full hind quarter nml bain cara small turtle ami cut a small hole In wlj'i It for three tiny. At ried out ftiralghl to the tall and thicklat the Then he tied n string In wa ly f!e1icd ilonti to thu biK-k- , vlctnrloii thoticli wounded The flesh lt shell. should he thick and evenly distributed, the hole und smrlnl Hie turtle tl,r,ml, Miluusly, und wherever hi hlooil drip-pthe siwer pipe. Whenever the turtle upMi the ground there sprung up throughout the body. The slue and weight are largely de stopped a pull on the string Marled t llllc; of the valley In profusion. In clawing It way forward again until J France Hit- - Illy of (he alley I said At termined by market rnndltlnns. to bnve sprung from the Virgin's (ears. present pig weighing from 17.1 to 2.VI the pipe was clear. jHiiind ordinarily command the high est price. Best Bacon Types. The principal breed of the bacon lpe are the Tamworth und large Yorkshire, both of Itrltlah origin. The bacon tjite I very different from the being longer In leg and hint body, with le width of back and llgbler In the shoulder and neck. The Impression that tlitu type couveys first TV vour syitem has become er if you art aufTerir I one of Icaiinc and lafiklne. rhh "SrKas; Fever" vov, nttd Aeist ben Mineral to buiia Mm Ii einihas I laid on the develop, tia cjooa. rm ment nf lile, because It Im the ulile of FhyiicUni prescnoc Acid Iron Mineral because it i natural Hie hog Hint I ueil for the prodne- liquid ,ica, and will not injur the teeth or came ill effects, his the most powerful iron tonic known and cornel to you Just as it Hou nf bacon. On the other hand,' is prepared by nature ia th wonderful deposits of Mississippi. large, heavy ham are not desirable on Do not confuse A. I.- - M. erith chemically prepared tableta. ii bacon hog. Ask for Acid Iron Mineral and do'not accept a substitute. All ..'nig stores or sent dirts hr SHIP EGGS BY PARCEL POST FKRNODINK CHEMICAL CORP.. oanokk. VinejiNia For Sal, by all Druggists. Weight of finale Dosen of Egg Will nun prom z to 3 pound, CoCumberland Grocery Co., Junction City, Ky., Wholesale Distributors. pending on Picking. Poland-Chi- life-tim- BOLIVAR i!ll BOND & SON, Versailles, Ky. HUGHES & McCARTY, Stanford, Kentucky. Oh, Bt Careful, CltUI nciwil Iit tllnltt. II.- - look nil lie I firl) wear riming mnl hi liitlr I thinning. Oh, ran sire limbing le done In warn our Innocent girl Hint sn unmarried man more than thjrtyltire wliii mikh rtmluE sires Mi'l In- - thin Jmlr Is h moral lepert Nut ttl.ll, picture directum have anything In a about II, Hurry I.eon Wilson In the Saturday Kiinlng I'osL rlsht, hut The Wonderful Conga. iico I Hi, most wouderful nf waterway on Hie face of the "y.in It lis tulip the client of the j ct" imMciible water of Hie Mississippi Mnl II" trlbiitarle nml three time lu I iiunt . tpiilrillim, I'nifi-ji- r mice, director "f the Mii-nof Natural nl ltru.scl. silil Hist It fer-ll"lir iiii' tuiicy were iieiiiien to lie the granary nf the world. Tin 8sm Swift Locomotion. feet u second riioril for n Contmry to hundred jartl sprint. coiuinun supposition, skater nre no swifter than runnel, the wmlds rccord for hoili being prccscl Hie ume trj-seiimtl for a hundred jnriN. IlnnnerK on skis hare, however, made an tiiin-l- i a T feet ti fecund, and In leaping on kl inore ilinii lii fret u second It nlliilni'd. Men can run nhout Hint lielnic the world' Rainbow's Formation. White It true tlmt the beautiful colors displayed by the rainbow are clue ! the !m.t nf light through raindrop, the iuilar iKiifrplliui tlmt the 'drop an4 directly In lliic between tlie ami am! Hie how l Incorrct t. In li m it . The light i nters Mitt rnlmtrup ami I rcfrui-irnml reflect fit hsik In fiirm the Imw. In tlit-- i psage through Iho drop the ure pitidtiiiil whlih, Mended snake our ordinary white light. 'Jtt'iulirr the tin' timbrel! ttl.n wander round the ring jnl afler lie show begins, looking desperately lul l the niiilfenee inllliiir where are j mi, Albert!" Anil tin ptillrt'imin ley her tit move on and h" heat up the iMillofiiian anil her ls nml petticoat" come off (down to the nil flannel mil') nml she Isn't old or ii l.iily cither nfler nil f Well, aho It Mill Ihere. Kverjbody's Magatlue. Old Circus. oh! fanner woman with nml the funny i Indies Ups and Down. "Anything remarkable hill, driver!" Driver ... ... .. .. ... ti. ,.i,-i,iimiiiiiic hihiiii me inn i iKelf hut a iiueer tory con- lit . till Hlihjt. A ,oinic lady and Krn- l limn Mi nt for ii nlk up hero: they ivcinli'd hlsher and higher mid never mine hntk." TmirM- - "rtcnr, dear met Wliit t. Ilien hit nine of the untinpjiy p.ilrV Irlver- - "ll l upioisl tlmt the' went dim n mi the other sldtt. alrH TmirM oU'iit Jhl t', ' a. Vet Aecl 2 V COMMISSIONER'S .flWIj -- Farm Bargains FARM NO. I. Sltunti'.l on the Kii'limonl nml Umcaster turnpike, nml contains -- Ii' aires, la a Ki'ntly rolling farm, vir' fertile soil. Una dandy 10 room dwelling, stock Intrn, two you could wish for. Well watered, his nhout SO tenant hounca, and every kind of acres of old lilue Krnvt sod that will produce anything, ami thin can be subdivided into 1 117 acres excepting one tenant with till improvement FARM NO. 2. ami will sell vou hoii-and ulo Containing 110 ncrea ecellant land hiiiI very acccksnble tothe pike with FARM NO. 3 mall dwelling on same. FARM NO. 4 Situatcil on cood pike only nhout 101) yardi from Klchmunil nml Ijhiciis. ter turnpike und contains 278 acres, well inipruved with Rood 0 room ilwclline, one tenant house, two koo.I I'lirm and a farm known throughout (iiirrard County ns being n good one and this will ' , bo priced kubdivlded into smaller tructs. FARM NO. 5. Situateil on Good pike, near schools und churchei with rood H room ilwell-ik- '. Well watered and good fencing, )uri;e barn that will house about 10 acres of tobacco. land und can be bought ut a bargain price of 150.00 per ncre, contains K14 acres. good pike in l'nint l.ick High School dintrict, contains new t! FARM NO. 6 situateil on tobacco barn, good tenant home and stock barn with sheds atroom bungalow mid new lOx-IO tached, This one will not be for sale many days at f iiafi.OO per acre, contains only 70 ncres. mile from good pike, in I'aint l.ick High School FARM NO. 7 Situated only about district, good (I room dwelling, good tovk and tobaccq burn, now accommodates about 0 acres of This farm Is tobacco, is well watered and will show you the best farm crops in the vicinity. priced right at $130.00 per acre ami only contains 101 acres. FARM NO. fl Situated on good pike has over $1.1,000.00 of improvements equipped Just like you waut it for big farming enterprlies Is now muking more money for the investment than any furm in the country. Located only :i 4 miles fiom town. Will show you the best crop of Over 1100 acres of this one in grass und 160 to 200 acres tubarco in the vicinity anywhere. ready to cultivate this next year. A bargain without n doubt bus nearly u mile pike front. Can , lie bought at JIO.VOO per acre, worth $'J00 per ncre. Let me sell you a farm or sell your farm for you. . Unltrd Btales Departtr ment of Agriculture.) Avenge liens egg will weigh about 1H pound to the doxeu, or 1! ouuee apiece. The weight of single dozen of i'iK In a carton properly packed ami wrapped for mailing will run from to K pounds, depending on the nature of the particular container, the site of the. eggs, and the packing ami wrap ping used. If the container be a very light, one and the egg small, the par cel may fall within the IMwund limit. 'anil the postage, therefore, within the e limfirst and second zone, or it, would b 0 cent. Mot parcels containing ii dozen egg will exceed 2 pound but will not reach 3; therefore the potage on them will be 7 rent within the first und .second zone. A parcel containing 2 dozen eggs will add perbapa 2 rent tn the portage, though sometimes only 1 cent, depend-In- s on the nature of thu container ami the parking and wrapping. (Prepared th SALE OF LAND. 467.59 Acres, Boyle County, Kentucky. The undersigned, in caee of Kmma I). Ilrookshire et al, vs. Marion Orpa Hill et al, Boyle Circuit Court, will sell, at public outcry on WKDNESDAY, at or nbout 2:110 P. mentioned). M. OCTOBER 15th, 1919, 1, at or near the residence on LOT NO. (hereinafter Following lands, in Boyle County, Kentucky, on Danville and Terry-vill- e Turnpike, about 7 miles west of Danville, about 2 miles east of I'erryville. V Lot No, 1, containing 140.14 acres, Lot No. 2, containing 82.80 acretff Lot No. 3, containing 153,51 acres, 2 Also Lot No. 4, containing 91.14 acres on Dry Run of Chaplin River, and 1, 2 and 3. Lots No. 1, 3 and 2 will be offered separately, in order named, and PREVENT DISEASE OUTBREAKS then as a whole. Bid accepted which realizes greatest aggregate sum. Lot No. 4 will be sold as a whole. TERMS: 6 and 12 months from date of sale, equal installments. Us Every Preventive Measur and 0 per cent Interest. Bonds, with good surety payable to ami approved by 8 That Proper Precaution Commissioner, additionally secured by lien on lands sold, having effect of Art) Taken. s near Lots . judgment. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. (Prepared, by th United Stales DepartDuring any regular term of above Court, purchaser may pay whole ment of AfTliulture.) of purchase price for any tract. Interest to ceue from date of payment. Sometimes wo cannot prevent outSee official advertisement appearing in KENTUCKY ADVOCATE. breaks of live slock diseases on our Danville, Kentucky, farina, but we can and should always JOHN B. STOUT, Master Commissioner, use every preventlv measure and see) that proper precautions ar ts.en when Bagby ami llugucly, attorney for 1'laintilTs, Danville, Ky. Uv disease first make Its appearance. SJ The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 9, 1919 The GARRARD COUNTY -- THREE MILES FROM 247 ACRES LANCASTER-RICHMON- James N. Denny Farm D PIKE On L. and N. Railroad at Point Leavell. AT AUCTION 10 O'CLOCK. FRIDAY, OCTOBER lOth, 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, by-bi-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. . R. G. Woods, Paint Lick Ky., Woods Walker or Robert Walker, or For further particulars and to show you the farm see 1 Or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. SWINEBROAD, mid having the larg;s,t District on Tuesday November 4tb, ijinula.io.i m tall county 1919, for the purpose of ascertaining Said Clerk will take all necessary th. will of the voters of such Dissteps required by law to hold said trict upon the question whether or election in accordance with said pro n- -t they wish Cattle, or any species vision of See's No. 4040. 4047, 4048. thereof, generally to run at large in 4049, 4650 and '4051 of Carrols said District. with Said Petitioners deposited edition of the Kentucky Statutes. A true copy: Attest the County Court at the time of J. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. filing of the petition herein the sum By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. of twenty five dollars ($25.00) the Notice is hereby given that an amount fixed by the Court to defray election will be held at the regular the expenses or the election upon voting places at the regular Novemthis question. ber (lection, on Tuesday November The County Clerk and Sheriff are 1 tli. 1919 as directed by, and directed to advertise and give notice) to, and in accordance with the of said election by publication thereforegoing order of the Garrard of at least twenty days before the County Court. election in at least four Issues of J II. BOURNE. Clerk G. C. C the Central Itecord, a newspaper By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. published Garrard in Lancaster ty. Kentucky, jw!..-i- i THE BEAL ESTATE LANCASTER, MB l ft i i9 R KENTUCKY. Garrard County Court. Regular Term 25th day of Present: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. (!. B. Swinebroad, et ul, on Petition. To vote on Stock Law In Magister-k,- i District No. 1. fhe Fiscal Court of Garrard County Laving heretofore decided by a maj rlty of the members, composing said Court, that elections to regulate Ft ck running at large, under Chapt. 1'72 Kentucky Statutes shall be conlir.cd to Magisterial Districts: Now tli:j Tay came G. B. Swinebroad, JtcU AJams, Geo. F. Brown, tt al, and tiled a written petition in this Court tignvl by more than twenf Magisterial Disty legal voter trict No. 1, composing voting precincts Nos. 1, 2, un.l 3 of said County asking a subm ti u of tho question whether cattle, r any species thereof, shall be permitted to run at large in Justice District No. 1 in (iarrard County Kentucky, composed precincts towlt: of three voting Court House No. 1, East Park No. 2 snd West Park No. 3. It is now therefore oruore by the Court that an election be held n said Magisterial District No. 1. fcr the rurpo.e of ascertaining the will of the voters of such Magisterial District upon the question of whether or not they wish Cuttle, or any species thereof, to run at large in wild District, unci the officers of the election in such District in said voting precincts Nos. 1, 2 and 3 are direct d to open a Poll at the next regular election to be held in said District on Tuesday November 4th, 1919, for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of such District upon the question whether or. not they wish Cattle, or any species thereof, generally to run nt large in said Dis- c per-sua- A. K. Walker. Sheriff G. C. County Kentucky, bonn-fide Garrard County Court. To vole on Stock Law in Magister ial District No. 2. The Fiscal Court of Garrard having heretofore decided by a majority of the members, compos-- ! ing said Court, that elections to regulate Stuck running at large, under Chapt. 122 Kentucky Statutes shall 'iv confined to Magisterial Districts: Vow this day came N. J. Gosney, E. Perkins, W. S. Bowling et ul, I filed u written petition in this t signed by more than twenty voteis of Magisterial District precincts rompojmg voting i mil f of County asking ion of the question whether a any species thereof, shall cat: I to run at large in Jus-- u' be i No. 2 in Garrard Coun-.- ; tice I composing of two vot- ly Kti . Ing prt, towit: West Bryants Kast Bryantsvllle No. ville No, 5. It is nov 'litirfore ordered by the Court that u vie, ton be held In said Magisterial l.s'.r c No. 2 for the purpose of u r.'i nine the will of tlie voters of r i li Magisterial District upon the queslicn of whether or not they wish Cattle, or any species thereof, to run at large In said District, and t;ie officers of the election in such District in said voting precincts Nos. 4 un l 0 are directed to open a Poll at the next regular election to be held In said Itegular Term 2R day of July 1919 Present: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. N. J. Gosnvy, it ul On Petition. largest the and having circulation in said County. Said Clerk will take all necessary steps required by law to hold said election in accordance with said provision of See's No. 40J0, 4647, 4048, 1019, 4050 and 4051 of Carrols edition of the Kentucky Statutes. A true copy: Attest J. B. BOURNE. Clerk G. C. C. By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held at the regular voting places at the regular November election, on Tuesday November 4th, 1919 as directed by, and per-suato, and in accordance with the foregoing order of the Gamin .. Ctu.ity Crurt. J. B. BOURNE. Clerk G. C. C. By Cronley Broaddus, 1). C. A. K. Walker. Sheriff G. C Garrard County Court. Regular Term 25th day of August 1919. trict. with Said Petitioners deposited the County Court at the time of filing of the petition herein the sum of twenty five dollars (f25.00) the amount fixed by the Court to defray tit expenses of the election upon this question. The County Clerk and Sheriff are directed tn advertise and give notice t said election by publication there-si- t at least twenty days before the election In at least four issues of toe Central IUcord.a newspaper published In Lancaster Garrard Coun Present: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. A T. Sanders, et al, on Petition. To vote oir Stock Law in Magisterial District No. 3, The Fiscal Court of Garrard County having heretofore decided by a mnjority of the members, composing said Court, that elections to regulate Stock running nt large, under Chapt. 122 Kentucky Statutes shal' be confined to Magisterial Districts: Now this day came A. T. Sunders, Tslton May, Wesley Simpson, W. U. Ray et al, and filed a written petition in this Court signed by mora than twenty legal voters of Magis By Cronley Broaddus. I). C. lished In Lancaster Garrard Counterial District No. 3 composing voir . C ty, Kentucky, and having the large,? A. K. ttalktr. SheriT ing precincts Nos. G and 7 of said bcna-t'ilcirculation in said county County nsking a submission of the County Court. Said Clerk will take all necessary question whether cattle, or tny species thereof, shall be permitted to Regular Term 25th day of August steps tequirvd by law to hold raid flection in accordance with said prorun at large in Justice District No. 3 1919. in Garrard County Kentucky, comHon Forest Stupp, Judge. vision of'Sec's No. 4010, 40J7. 4048. prised of two voting precincts towit: J. B. WooJi et al. or Petition, 4049. 4050 and 4051 of Carrol Buckeye No. C and Walker School To Vote on Stock ).aw in Magister- edition of the Kentucky Statutes. A true copy: Attest House No. 7. ial District No. 4. J. B. BOURNE. Clerk G. C. C It is therefore ordered by the C lurt of Garrard The Fiscal Court that an election be held in County having h rctofore decided By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. Notice is hereby given that an said Magisterial District No. 3 for by a majority of t.ie member, the purpose of ascertaining the will said that elections to election will be held at the regular Magisterial regulate Stock tunning At large, voting places at the rrgular No emof the voters of such District upon the question of wheth under Chapt. 122 Kentucky Statutes ber election, on Tuesday November er or not they wish Cattle, or any shall be conilned to Magisterial Di- 4th, 1919 lis directed by, and to, and In accordance with the species thereof, to run at large in stricts: Now this day came J. B said District, and the officers of the Woods. D. A. Hervcy, Wm. Roytton, foregoing order of the Garrard election in such District in- said vot- A. B. Wynn, et ul, and filed a written County Court. G. C C. J. B. BOURNE, k ing precincts Nos. 0 end 7 are dir- petition in this Court signed by more By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. ected to open n Poll at the next reg- terial District No. 4 composing A. K Walker, Sheriff (i, C ular election to be held in said Distwenty legal voters of Magis-intrict on Tuesday November 4th 1919 precincts Nos. 8 and 9 of said Mankind's Debt to Rsadlnj. for the purpose of ascertaining the County asking a submission of the "Ilve joii erer rlshtly considered will of the voters of such District question whether cattle or any specwhat upon the question whether or not ies thereof, shall be permitted to run once Iho mere ability to rcud means!" aikeil James Itua.rll Iinrll. and they wish Cattle, or any species nt large in Justice District No. 4 in elaborated his own question: "That thereof, generally to run at large in, Garrard County Kentucky, composed It l Hie key hlh admits us to tho sun' District. cf two voting precincts towlt : Paint whole world of tlmiisht and fancy and Imagination? to tho company of nlnt with LUk No. 8 and Union No. 9. Said Petitioners deposited g It is now therefore ordered by the ' and sacp. of th wU.t nml it... utm. the County Court nt the time of est at their wisest and wittiest mo- of the petition herein the rum cf Court that an election be held in said the Magisterial District No. 4 for the mentl Tli.it It enables us to ee with twenty five dollars ($25.0rt) the kerne! rjet, finest amount fixed by the Court to defray purpose of ascertaining the will of ears, and listen to hear witht the v.iic. the upon the oters of such (Magisterial Di the cxpcnies of the election of all time.! More than that It annlhl-- . trirt upon the question of whether lntp llniM nt..l .... this question. .... The County Clerk and Sheriff are ur not they wish Cattlf, or any spec(Injected to advertise and give notice ies thereof, to run at large in said Prottsts Stliure of Book. of said election by publication there- District, and the officers of the elecA ileiil Ihm.Ic nt New York rlty raoro of ut least twenty days before the tion in such District in suid voting ihiin '.1M enr old. tn sie.lon of J. of precincts Nos. 8 and 9 are directed E. Spanniith, u sfroniMiniiil dealer of election in at least, four issues Central Rccord.a newspaper pub' to open a Poll at the next regular l'ottsvlllp, I'll, lina ..vn seized by the nf New York city otllrlals. The Ibhed in Lancaster (iarrard Coun election tu be held iti said DUtrict ty, Kentucky, and huving tlii, largest on Tuesday November 4th 1919, for hook intern Hie perlml from 10S7 to liCX. ami rontutn bona-fidcirculation in said county. tlio purpose of ascertaining the will of tho property In the title- - tn most tho financial disSaid Clerk will take all necessary of the voters of such District upon trict, or millions. worth hundred steps required by law to hold said .the question whether or not they Kpannutli says lie bought the book in accordance with said pro- wish Cattle, or any species thereof, from an untlquurlan and will contest election vision of See's No. 4040, 4G47, 4048, generally to run at largo In said Dis- tho right of the city to seize It. 4049, 4050 and 4051 of Carrols trict. Suld Petitioners deposited with edition of the Kentucky Statutes. Commonwealths and States. the County Cout at the time of fil Massachusetts, A true copy: Attest Pennsylvania. VirC. ing of the petition herein the sum of ginia and Kentucky are officially strikJ. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. although there twenty five dollars ($25.00) ths ed commonwealth, I). C. By Cronley Broaddus, Notice is hereby given that an amount fixed by the Court .o defciy seems to be no particular reason ex. election will be held at the regular tho expenses of the election upon rept custom, as It has practically th same meaning at stste. A commonvoting places at the regular Novem- this question. wealth I a democratic form of govThe County Clerk and Sheriff jiro ernment, ber election, on Tuesday November such as that of each state of 4th, 1919 as directed by, and per. directed to advertise and give notice tho Union, the four using He name suant to, and in accordance with the of said flection by publication there- commonwealth not differing from the m jo jspjo 8uoaajoj of at least twenty days before the others. Ai far back at IBM tbe Maspj&utQ County Court. ulection in at luast four issues of sachusetts colony was tpoken of a the J. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. the Central Kecord.a newspapo.' pub commonwealth. Garrard Pre-.en- g per-sua- C'-r- vot-tha- n g me.-ii.- I e The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Oct 9, 1919 leSC Choice Residences I Lots AT AUCTION Danville Street and Maple Avenue i Lancaster, Kentucky SATURDAY OCT 11 IT 2:30 P. M. 1 X bed rooms 2nd, floor; large concrete basement and finished attic. Hard wood floor, hot and cold running water, beautiful bath, Hot water Heating Plant, 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, regulation ceptic tank and other things of value. This is indeed a choice home. See it now, inspection invited. TERMS: Usual. MAHOGANY FURNITURE AND PIANO. At same time will sell 1 upright piano, good condition, and one complete tet, new mahogany dining room furniture. Maple Ave Residence and building Lots 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 bluegrass, ornamental shrubbery about; large fertile 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 premises fronting Maple Avenue, the splendid two story frame 7 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 come 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 sale and we have not enough to go around, and sold by the man who SELLS. i i i i X : D. A. THOMAS, Real Estate, Lancaster nscer-h.iiii- il ami couch. on It." nit ant an eitrs one which some foil. lime. The Work cf Peace. This I snorlnc" Ilmtmi Tunvrlpt. There remain to 11 u treat duty of defence nnd pre.ervnilon ; nnd therr l open to u nlo n nohlr pnrillt. to Artesian Weill. whlih thr spirit of ihe time lron:ly The Chlm-Mbine I'htalned through mean for Invito H. I.et u iidianic the nrl of f ar(elen will over IJKfl jear. One of the nmt pence mid the work of pe.ire. I.et u famou wrll In Mllrnrr I Hint nt delop the rennree of otr land, cull, I of Pari, forth II xmer. Lull. up It. lu'tltu-thinCrenelle In the outllrl protnoir nil It inut lnleret. where Ihe water I bmuitM from a tlcp'h ,.f t.TPS feet. It l.ldi .Mini nnd eo whether wr. uImi. In our dny Sluny nnd true ralloii. tuny not perform fralKw of wnlcr a minute. )ruri np a uill In Peth wo sunk tu (niuethlns woithy to hr ri'iiieiiihered. Danltl Vhtr. the depth of 3,1(10 fict. Inf. MibMng. crvlnr. vawnlns Uy slith ene Her Other Border. Atceiuinlng Mountain Heights. First Printed Dock. Optimistic Thought. Tllllr Cllnrrr nj that In fUnc fcr Arcnrdlnc to Pctlcrev.', thr hrM look Thr heliiht of uiotintuln I Tlmldlt In n jntiiig tnun In bottet nt u .troupe placo than (i,l Impudence. accommodation printed In typo wjk the Lniln lllhlr. by hMronictrie observation. jrntmlny she Inquired If ih.Tr tre It vn printed by John Rutriihi re Ht Miowlnff thr prrurr of nlmopherr unjr othr txmrdrr. "No," replied Ihe Sinyenir. nhont MM, Thrrr urr only at the Inner nnd hlEher leveN. An Effect Not Appreciated. landlady, "unlet It's my huhaiid, and of Ihe iiiountnlu baromInled of rnlidle, l.ln llli-- mother 20 rople the thlK edition known to Ink, eter Is railed espwlnlly for thin he can quit nnjr time he want In." orlitiniihlp In tpe. mid eroded plan! sir lorirr ii'Brliinnlhxv on top Brattle c It run nlo be dour with n When little and paper, tere hitter ! .in In any ri Iht birthday cake ' Inklruinent nnd theodolite, but Iorl returned froto thr party her nlieipii ut edition for two hundred either vay requlrei technlcnl inolhrr nld: "Writ, did )on nil have sear. The Six Struts. In a primary ehil nmlnntlnn, a n Jolly Komi timet" unci the replied; n hut thr inkr Oh, mother. 'Ye. Banaparte'a Short Career. question ntxmt Ihe ten.1 ns answered br n bright pupil In ihl fnl,. that cake hailed mi hud, Jnt like a j In IwC on Aucu.t .. Viipuleon VVai Bound vto Go Along. It hnd llttlr Uinhtunc Ion: "Tin' fio enrn are Micczlnr, cemetery. Hurry' fnlher nnd n friend were ni deihirinl r'Onvul tif Krnnre ex-li- t, pur-po-lt Keep this Clipping, for it is Valuable. It puts you in touch with the Men you want, for they arc noted to fell land higher than anybody elo in this business. i i .'r enr to the d.iy, for life. Thirteen the t'oltlentlon hrlweeli Ihe rtpitelltu 'thi'i of (iniil l!rllnln. I'rimlii, Ain-trli-i nnd l!uhi del lured lloimp.irte, then emperor of the Kreneh, lo he u prla oner of the nllle unil lnlriilrd Ureal ltrllnln ntli hU ulody. Vatt British Cmplre. Iih luillnc nil her poM-lo- n, the IlrltWi eniplir Iih the lrset territory. It hnd nt the lieltinlii of the. wnr n toinl nre of t.'l.lva.Tl'J upmrr It.llr, of Mhlrh ISI.M'J nrr III Kurope, 5.1S7,W In Aln. :i.itlS.il3 In North Auierlrii. K.(Wtl In Cenlml lllerlCH, 12,-r.In South In the Wont Indies !i7,Si Amerim nnd :t.'J I.US.'i In Ati!riihihi. Origin of "White Elephant." The klm; of Shim In jenrx Kone hi would ellil 11 while elephnllt til ll whom he dMIked and whoe fortune he wMied to ileilrny The man could not xell the elepli.iut mid thr rx of Leepliu; It rrentUHlly "broke liiind-e- d liliu up." Troiii Unit ruolom ilnn n our invent d:iy fiiylng, "He'a -i- M n white elrphtiut on liH hands." colni; for n wnlk one Surplny after-fiiKinnd .Hurry lniled on colni: nloui;. Ill father ald lie would ctvr Mm a nlrkel lf he M:i)rl home. Harry ri fiied. The father then pnunNed to hrliiE Ii in buck n blerlr If he stnyed nt hontr nnd was a good boy. Hnrry pondered Ibl for a moment and replied: "No, I'll x nloui; and ride It bark." earth to sell earth, for you know "The best bank on earth is earth itself." We are AUCTION SPECIALISTS and always sell You make the price. We make as advertised. the deed. We have sold land everywhere, for the sale you attended was a financial success for the OWNER We carry the three best auctioneers in the country. Is the best way on You know NOW is the time to SKLL. Public Auction If you nrc intcested MK.N. Write, Wire, Cable or Call Us. THE MVK WIDE-AWAK- E REAL ESTATE Good itation. Blue home and bnrn, 63 acre Price $300,00 per acre. 30 acres a good home. Price $10,000.00. 167 acre large dwelling, tobacco barn, stock barn nnd Mad Enough of the Zoo. best of improvements, can plow every foot of land. Close to' Sniltlinn "('onir with inr to Ihe j roo." riuiplelon "No, thank you; I'll cb.urch and school. A bargain. Price $285.00 per acre. edet 140 acre good home and best of improvements. Cheap Slay nt home. .My walk, mydntuhter doe the kunciipvi at $300.00 per acre. dauxliter talk like u p,lrrot, my on 233 acres "Old Colonial" home, 2 barns, tenant house Uiigh llkr ii h,'iiil, my wife watrhe.1 Will subdivide nicely. Lots of oak me llko u luiwli, uiy iiHik and good improvements. rroi a j a hear, and my niotherdn law timber and locust post to be cut. Price $245.00 per acre. I'm 307 acres 12 room dwelling, 2 tenant houses, 2 barns an old n gorilla When I co unywhere I "Amen Cornsr." want iliaiiKe." and stock barn. This is a dandy and close to railroad station. Hie phrnsr "amen corner," l said to Price $230.00 per acre. i hare originated In London, where, at Ihe end of Paternoster row, Ihe monks 273 acres large dwelling, 2 good tenant houses, tobacco at one time flnlnhed their recitation of Price barns and other improvements. Threo acre pond. the "I'ater Noster" as they went In $170.00 per acre. r procession on Corpu Christ! day to ! hire atatxUt, NshwiU money maker, 30 acres in tobacco now. 152 acres and a They began la St. Paul's cathedral. a. k. tltkb.il sJ all ulu. UaH1 tVfo t Good two story house, 2 tenant houses, barns and stock barn. Paternoster room with the Lord's vf ft iHisj U ur vt Uly tiswtw, iittf X( prayer la Latin, continuing It to the cheap. Price $15,000.00 with AT PH'GClSTi, This is a good hill farm and it y'rU IT BAKU PAIN ftAIL end" of the street, and then tald one-hadown. KCK101I RtMEDY CO.. UiliTst, Kv, 1' I Quicft-tuuiKKMissMiiMa, ymt Hi lf Grass Farms FOR SALE. from railroad! pene mile good Snakca Numeroui In Idaho. l'i nic ltnnin, one of the innt proline iiecllonn fur rattler, ha nt leat our l.irsr Minkekln tannery mid keep hot of people slniiEhleriue mlllenake. Idaho, liowrfr, I the banner i'Httlenake eotlnn of the country, Idnhn .ha creat rldce of roek. In whleh are deep bowl, rrncka and niM', Herein ratllera breetl by the eternal thousand nnd offer a jntl lndutry for rattler harvesters. VICTORY REALTY CD. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. S. A. WALKER, Gen. Mur. T. C. ELK1N, Sales Mgr Inttreetlng Old Bible. One of ihe ordinal owners of the Treat le lllhlr, living In the eighteenth rrutury. hail inn do notations on the liy lenf rnnrernlug "John, who was, ;wrn on Friday the JlHh of February, Tr.'.i. at a quarter after eight nt night, am hnplUed at Crogiite rliiirrh on Jlnrch Id following, by the lteverend .Mr. Wheeler. Vtho died of smallpox, 11'lh Aprlle. 17(8), and ai buried the next day at Croicnte church, nged dght weeks ami live days," Other leiilh, marriages nnd births were dnt ed as far hack a 1701-170- ALL TAX PAYERS and Male Citizens in Garrard County, 21 years of age, and over, who have not given me a list of their property and POLL TAX for this year 1919, must do so NOW as this is the LAST and FINAL NOTICE. REMEMBER the law requires EACH AND EVERY male citizen 21 years of age and over to sign and swear to a tax Schedule. NOTICE VeryRespectfully, McMILLEN & McMILLEN. IIASELDEN BROS. Real Estate and Auctioneering. VERSAILLES, KY. Phone 93 or 327 "allien" at the corner of the row. As used In this country the phrase describes the corner of a church where the elderly members sit and prodounce ihe word "amen" at Intervals, A. T. SCOTT, Garrard County Tax Commissioner. The Central Record, Lancaster.Ky., Thursday. Oct 9 1919. !7 City Home&feim Homes,Oinrdies, M( res.ractones, wisiness DUiiainss WOMEN AND GIRLS WHO ARE MEMBERS OF CLUBS ARE ENCOURAGED TO GROW HERBS 7JS? - tALORlS heats them all! ' 1 I cARDS.j W. A. WHEELER DENTIST I.o at and fieneral Anesthetics Ailniinlitf rtd. I'aln lieildced to the minimum. Most modern mrthodi employed. All work guaranteed. Office over Htormes' Druir Store. ' Phone 220. IjinciutiT, Jy. ; Win- -. I I BBBBBVBBaMBBBBBBBQvSr$iSB Important Facts :C ll the Pioneer an J TheCi eless htatin; and Lsa Jcr of. embodies basic patents wlikli are tii-- tll to efficient e ra honing and which i!me not Infringe upon. Is Installed unEvery Cilo.-ider the d'tectlon of esperl ciUgerurlneerswhich encedh eltmina'.rt nil chances of error. Come to our store and let us show the most successful heating system of the age, the ItKBBBBfBBOBBaVsBnBaaBBBBBM J. J. Byrne atSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Exclusive 0ittfflitrisf. PANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Hoars S to 12 and 1 ITRAOt -- 4 i; Becaus; the Caloric Is rUtit -and supei r to other method of heati.i -- it Is sold untler the bread, jt guarantee ever pot back en anjr furnace. To thlsguera teeofthemalersof ths Caloric we add our own personal arantee that the CalorlC w 1 give you entire aatlsfactfoa and you aUne will ba the judge. The Original Patented Pipelcss FUrnacs LORII Mtiiitriwai OaTlce to B p.m. Ma S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Bank Office Phones LANCASTER, S. Realdente 376. KENTUCKY country. the heating system that is used" in over 76,000 buildings in all sections of the tho heating system that is guaranteed to give you all the heat you want, in every room, on the coldest days of winter. J. A. Beozlev I UNERAL DIRECTOR flialea Depart. .le. three ami four feel nrro. for ) l il,l, oi,,.,, i.l.ntr kltilieii garden i tiiii plurit wtll 11'Uiilli pro- l coinpltTe without ihliv nil the fii Ei- - niulreil by n family 11 hmnll colliH-tloof ''(tot-dcrliThe broiol lent eil inriety l eoliiniunly film-- , lliinic, iih'l nlher mrdltimil and grow ii. Tun or three ullllik' of the r'n-ncl- i rooking noteil .iiw) berb'i. In. inn., ilur liiHit. ouiitf. temli-- r for It" lino Ihitor. mid llil N largcl) Ink-- the Ai n rule, the tetnler rooks rtcel III the ll' of the druiii hea are rut about four IxTinn. skillful ne of licilii. liube-- i In mill lleil In piuall pipes, no plumbing. Low in first cost Tin' I'nlteil Slt" dcpartiiHiit of buiKbi-- s to lr. Sutfo l 11.11I I'Hpiibil and lowest in upkeep. iiKrlciilture l enootiraKlui; uoimii mid ly for llatorliiL' rk wiu.ai;o ami In glrU who art inrmdi-of clubs for Niultry. by extrii.lon viorkept t stwv wbnh nri. li- other Miwr Decide today for modern, comfort-givin- g, Noi only U tin ilr ible for bmiie iim- - or Itiiiiket'lu: uri1 more euvory herb. ' money-saving Lilly diet rnrliil by tin- - me of nwet-- t ba.il ilwnrf bull. mini, lurn.-oii-. but In iicmly nil cooiiuuiilil- - ioi'lniiii-r- , buloi, tlijioe. lioreliouml . I I'lislly iimrkvti-the Mirplli. iiiini-- r Mitory. wit-- t finni-- l unit weet Selecting and Preparing Soil. marjoram. i Curing and Storing Herbs. usual ly otvupy lb. :uoi' Krouiol for Mtm :ir, unit sboobl hit 'tjie ino.i iiulNirliint Mlnt In rnijienlt-htlutory licrb-loaMiil In one mrucr or Hoii Willi r I u ii it 'I he tniiler item, It I. proper ut one hlile of I tif- - regular tnnb-ti- . I iiihl llowir-- s wbeie lm liiibil, u kooiI plan lo nppl' iiiinnilly of wilf-rotte- j manure to tlo" ol In tin. nboulil be lukeii finni Hie phlllla at tie ioM-- r hingf iiiel thru ilrliil In the If the autumn unit uile It in k,MMl plan U to ti A oil can be Irenrheil or broken two, .haile, upatllngii In ile'plb, all Hie beiler, a. them lu small bmiii. allowlm; eacli lliU will break up the Mib.uil ami tiltei me. on the htritis the rvota more Kuice for ileelopuieiil. luiiuli, tln'ii roll IihiIjt In a piece of of the roll One gooJnietlKKl la to mark off lhe( I'aper, leaviui; both mi that the air will pans lliroiiKli. oK-i- i rows whertl the plnnla are to be r Historical Knowitda Imnortani Hain't Thought of That. Optimistic Thought. - from A man Icnoratit of the pml of his then remove the top soil ami place it to The roll iiih) be held by lubber baml A man. unabletn rli c n wifeA man of nny honest Nrnde may nauon 19 noi qtiauneil to hare any. one aide; tun or three liuhea of ma- or hort iiltMi of utrliii: Nitd Iiuii up three girls whom he si Ami, aent du- make lilmelf rc.portnl)le If he will. to dry. In onli-- r to prt- plicate letters of pro: nl to all, Inthine to do Willi It. ne d.i.ir. nure la then hprcail lu the furrow uml In the llm buiK'bi-of limine out tending to marry tho i. ,f ulio a went-- 1 To work iinilt'islnndlnKly we must spaded Into the nuhsoll. The top mill vi-More Difficult Task. hniild be at hp did not first The trouble v, It then returned and allowed to aetlle of thu paper the It's efly for any one to borrow now Hilar im nation or ours Is for I was that the. two t.u-lnt- e days before the plantx are net tin littl to lh- - mill, or wliulr.iT they foresee few ones fondle, but when It c.tue to borrow. what the plan and purpose. Myroa ure to be Iiiuik iiui. nml Hun wrappiil would sae for breach of out. One of the innlu thing tu considIn; happiness wrll, that's different W. Iteed. and tleil er Is placing the perennial or per- aroiiml the roll of manent plants together In oua row or After being thoroughly dry, tin- - lirrh corner where they will not be dis- .hould be taken dowu ami rath ludb turbed. The biennials may be placed tldiial bunch nf hrrbx wraiel In par lilts paper to retain Hi color ami next, and thu annuals In a collection flavor and aUu to protect Ihn herb' by theinaelres. The general cultural methods are from dut. Kor markellug. the .mall package good, practically the same for all clean cultivation during the uunuer. can be patkeil in putthonrd tioies lu leaves, straw or ma- any desired number. They are usually and a mulch of Mncli deiiends upon old by the doii-n- . nure around the plants during the winand appearance of ter. The mulch protects them from the attrsctlveui-swinter-killinand at the same time the herbs when lliey are put up for the Mxpo.ure to dust does not adds fertility for next'seaaon's growth. market. Sage, tarsgon. mint, aolse, caraway uniform to modem Ideas. Care should and dill .art the herbs found most often be taken thai the herbs do not become on the markets, but lo growing for crushed In handling. commercial purposes It Is best lo learn what particular herbs are most GOOD ICELESS REFRIGERATOR In demand In ths localjty. Heuseheld Csnvtnltnces Are Insspsn-sl- v new is) ursw sjasiiv varivvev and Baslly Cenatructsd Anise Is an annual and tbs seeds da les Net Needs!. not retain their vitality after tbt sec ond year, so they shsuld bs strictly I Hulled atatea Depart-mefresh when planted. Tbt Iteds should Prepared sr the agrleulture.) or be sown Indoors and the jroong plants Are you having trouble this sumtransplanted. They may also be sown mer because you can't keep food root In the open ground and thloned 12 to without Ice uml Ire you cannot gett I Inches apart In ths row. The plauta Mend to the II. H. department, of agrl grow to a height or about- - two reel. ror rarmem iiuuenn vn ana which eiiiiure The seeds aro borne lu beads .vl dlrecllous for making "An Iceles-- t should be cut from the plants when Itefrlgerator." It can be made easily tho seeds are nearly ripe. nnd will aid greatly lu keeping meats, The seeds of uulae ure used for frulta snd vegetables n)ol, and will flavoring, especially lu cookies, and for extend tho period for keeping milk and sprinkling over cakes when sugar or butter. It routs little In hulls) the V frostiug Is used. .f refrigerator end nnlblng to operate it. Curuwuy aeeiN are Mitially plabteil t- In the garden, but ahould be, sown early In the aprlug. The plants khoulil Imi thinned to about .IS or 18 Incites Ut the row, Konii'tlme seed are pro duced the first soumui, but more often not until the second season. The seeds ure used for flavoring bread und pantry. The seeds are saved lu the same way as those of anise. A little kenikeoe lu the wash boiler The culture and the uses of dill lire very much the same as thote for cara- lielpa to whl tin the clothes. e way. The leaves arentlji) used for flavoring soups. The tender leaves and If .china Is carefully wrapped, and stems, together with the seed beads, boiled before using It will last longer, are dried and used for flavoring cu Koap and water will take the paint cumber pickles, making the famous commarclal '"dill" olcklts. For boms from woodwork. You can ttslly t Anger marks by Ttikblag thtm use watermelon rind and chilotes,. .1 dipped wbm treated with brine sad dill, auks with a piece or dean , luto ksfossae. n sxceUetvt pickle. rjOne,No. Lancaster, Ky. Ban Ik oss of the oldest ud most ( fwsBBsAn of tha assfslsa karbaL The To csb data ytmr eoril beacVs beau piaata Jt for several years if, pro.. I tifully by washbsf akasa la warn barax tacts) from KtrMM osM, aad art ssost wstsr, using oaa teaspooaful of 'borax easily started by Uklag rasrtad to om pint of Water, tbaa rtMW '.V sfceots from Ut aide of an aU plaat. tepid water. Dry by rolMag la a soft im riah teU Us plaatf rw t ami . bjr the t'nlte.1 ment of Aarli-ullur- the heating system that will save to V2 your fuel bill, and banish from your home the drudgery and discomfort of old style heating methods. The CaloriC heats buildings of ltVrooms or less through one register. Installed in old homes or new in one to two days' time. No the CaloriC. Club Girl In Her Herb Garden Sage Plant BeforeCuttlng. (rrepired The hik nut n.iil'liii-- ,,., ,.. ,.. l. Olllfe Over National llsnk. ltealdei.ee t'hone 3. Office 1 1. re !7 1.ANCASTKI:. KV. M. J. PATRICK, Kontuck t Lick, Dr. Printtis Calls Answered Walker l4j I VETERINARIAN. I'rontptly I'hon 311, K or Nitht. LANCASTl: It. ' ' CKY Haselden Bros. Lancaster, Ky. li- Horiaker Fine; Cur Flowers. John M. McRoiicrts. J. B. DINVVJDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, (51VK KENTUCKY. MK A JUIAU Satisfaction Guaranteed. BOOKKEEPING ajaiaslsat TYPEWRnTNGsast im fMorlbrses mtU MFI UJ ttMt lrfc4taeM, 'tltf Ml IU bftalsVlasaT ILHI .niTN WIUIliB TELEGRAPHY WSIM alB M Mliai Iff lMllfMa Dodge Brothers motor car NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, GRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE llluelrateel Cataleg. NO AGENTS. H.F.Hillenmeyert&Sons EVERYTHINGJer UXINClfti. ORCHARD KY. T. Tea a 'JV ' AuAround; Hazelwood Sanatorium For tbs Treatment of Tufcercufoels KINNAIRD BROS., Agents 66. see Sua Maintained by tke Loulnille Antl'TubrrculocliAakuiUlloit (or the sdequatD treatment cf tuber. Cubait In ill ill itacti at I'tJ tV J out. Itatei 1.1.00 per week, In. eluding bosrd, mi J leal attrntlon, laundry, etc Illli gioum coui. eaandlnjrcxtentlteview. sarrounJiOj-T- . Special latct for eieasaarnt lies tit.uwtM II eettwair. DmrtpiM aaeaent saMlala. 9n4 IfU u HuU to IUjMJ ijeaaVAMi, ll4Um I, lasbvUu, a. V t1.- ... t Ju, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 9 1919. 1 are our Offerings in Womens Wearing Apparel for Fall Suits, Coats and Dresses of extraordinary quality at very reasonable prices. SHOES mailt of the best of leather and which represent a highly finished product at the very ' lowest price quality considered. HLOUSKS, Underwear, Hosiery and Notions. The best quality at the very lowest possible price. The most Complete line of Woolens, Silks, GiiiKhnms and Domestics ever shown in Lancaster. Remarkable ' The One Price Store. MiSi- - ) ( ' ill I The Joseph Mercantile 60. Quality our Motto. J rela- - FfjtuAh ONE AND TWO HORSE WHEAT BROWN WAGONS, OLIVER DRILLS HARROWS, tained Saturday at a twelve o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. Nnnnio Mr. and Mrs. (,. II. Sninehroad Young of I'anama. Others present were visitors in Danville Tuesday. were Hcv. J. K. Moorman, Mm. FlorMus Klhyl Walter spent Wednes- ence (Irant and Miss Francis (Irani, day, in Stanford with relatives and and Mm. Dollie Itrown. friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Stormes have returned from a visit to relatives in Helen (Jill is spending weeks in Louisville. rev-era- l J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. Nicholasville. 11 Mrs. Mary l.utr has returned from delightful visit to friends in Lon- don, Kentucky. Gossip About People A Miss I'ermelia Hobinson has reMm. Harriett Whitr, of Nashville, Trim., who ha liecn spending the turned home after a visit to relatives Ky. summer with her nciro. Miss Knimn near Anvillu Doty, has returned home. Freil Sutton and Mm. Sam Mm. IWkf Muttl el Wi Uw Ge4ai by These An late mltd tniitj d In. .Mm. is visiting Frank Wymnn, of Lexington, Ijinrmler relativrs. returned Jim. Harry Hudson lu In Springfrom a visit to relative field Ky. Mm. Hen Hughes ami MiM Itane West were visitors ill Faint l.ick Tuesday Mr. R. W. Wilkinson Iws Iwcn In Danville, the riiMt of her daughter. Mm'. Forest FiUgerald. Khrabrth Hughe has returned frem visit to hcKikVightrr, Mm. J.Jjr. Arcy. in Stanford. Mm. 11 .Mar Huurm spent u week with her :iunt. Mm. J. F Holtxrlnw, on Lexington street. MIm lil Mm, nn.l Miss Haseldeu visited relatives in Mm. II. M. Bronddu Tuesday. have just returned Stella Broaddu ' from a few days tay with fri Miss Keltic West has accepted a mill relatives in liichmuml. position in the Joseph Mercantile ami Mm. Co., department store. Mm, J. II. Kinn.iinl have returned Km mil Higginbothum Miss Winnie Wherritt, of Kvans-vill- e, A farm of 120 acres on tho LexMrs. Joe Mount has returned from where they attemled from Indiana, has been visiting Mr. ington and Versailles pike, two miles an extended visit to Louisville and the V. 0. T, U. Convention. uml Mrs. Tom Wherritt. has returned Mm. Hoe Mason Mr. Jim Itournc is spending the from a visit to her daughters. Mm. week in Lexington, the guest uf his Hoy Mrs. Henry Fnulconer and sister. Mm. Charlie Clark. ll.iynes, in Hitlsboro, Ohio. Miss Sue Doty, of Winnshoro, Miss Anne Itaker, of London, who South Carolina, is the guest of is visiting friends at Crab Orchard, Misses Jane nnd Mary Doty. came down to I.anratcr and s the Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Price of Dan-- 1 guest of relatives for n few hours visited Mm. D. M. Uickey, audi Wednesday. Miss Jeannie laickey, Tuesday. Hay iind Mr. ami Mm. Houston hnliy, Mis I.ida Mae and A liner Hay Misses Marie and Hazel Walker of motored to Hirhmond Saturday and McCrenry were recent visitors of W their cousin, Miss KNie Brown of were the afternoon guests of Mr. II. Turley and mother. Hill Court. Announcement. Mm. Clarence Strother nnd little Mm. - C. Johnson announces the son, James Hussell, have gone to daughter, Nashville, Tenn., to visit her mother engagement of her Florence, to Mr. Hradley W. Ilnurne. for two weeks. The wedding will take place In Nov. Mm. James Caperton, Mr. and emlier. nnd baby, of Mm. Paul Burnam Mrs. W. C. McKlhannon and baby Hichmond, were visitors of Mm. D. of Louisville, ure here visiting Iit M. Uickey, Tuesday. mother. Mm. Mary K. Jones, on Has-ilde- n Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Crutch Heights. Friends here will be field nnd three youngest daughters, glad to know that Mm. McF.lhannon spent the week end with friends and has about recovered from her re. relatives in Stanford. cent illness of fever. Miss Lucille Lackey, one of Dick Mr. George Uiwron, who was re- crson's efficient clerks, is taking her cently operateil on for appendicitis vacation this week, and is with at the Danville and lloyle County friends in the country. Hospital, has recovered sufficiently Mrs. George Compton and Mm. A. to he removed to his home on StanIndependence, ford iivenue, much to the gratifica- A. Christopher, of .Mo., are guests of Mrs. J. W, Hamtion of his many friends. ilton, on Maple Avenue. Mm. K. A. Dawes, of Ilryuntsville, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Harnett, of underwent a surgical operation at guests last week of Mr. the Danville and lole county Hos- London, were H. Harnett and attended pital last week by Dr. V. II. Smith. and Mrs. C. Heports Indicate she is improving the sale of the hitters personalties, from Versailles, changed hands Friday for the third time this year when it was sold to Mm. I.ula Johnson, of Lancaster, Ky. The farm, owned by K. L. Lillard, is the old Cleveland home place and is one of the most noted farms in Central Kentucky, Possession will he given March 1st. Mr. nnd Mm. Kichard Pcttus of The sale was made through Kdward I'reachersville will leave shortly in 11. Ilyam and son of Lexington. their new Dodge car for Ashcville N. Lexington Herald. C, at which place they expect to make n sUy, making their way toThe Womans Club met Thursday ward Florida as the season advances afternoon at the club rooms on where they will spend the winter. Lexington avenue. This was the first meeting of the fall and much Mm. S. 0. Vaughan of Hill Court. interest was shown in planning for sulTcred an accident while in Stanthe winter work. A social hour was ford in stepping from her car caus- enjoyed. following The officers ing a fall from which she felt much were elected: Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, pain, 11 physician being in attendpresident; Mrs. J. K. Stormes, Mm. Vaughan'a family has ance. Mrs. Napo Price, treasonly recently located in Lancaster, urer and corresponding secretary; having purchased the late home of Mm. Kmma Kauffman, librarian, nnd Mm. H. F. Walter. It Is hoped she Mm. It. Kinnaird, chairman of the J. will speedjly recover from tho accivic department. cident. Miss Amanda Anderson enter- Lagrange, where she visited tives nnd friends. Mr. H. II. Ballard, of Middlctown Ohio, has been visiting Mr. lluyden Leavell ami other relatives in this community. He returned to his home yesterday. Miss Martha Gill entertained with a tea Tuesday evening nt her home on Stanford street, complimentary to Miss Sue Doty, house guest of Misses Jane and Mary Doty. Artistic arrangements of flowers added to the beauty of the home and the occasion. The delicious refreshments served were much enjoyed by all, and Miss Gill's hospitality will lomr be remembered by her guests. The tchool children of the State orphans who alk you to help the have no home. 130 of the older children of the Home served Orphans Kentucky their country during the great war. Five lost their lives. This Is the Home you are asked to help. 78 Acres TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER j Uamlolph llama him from Somerset when- - she the Methodist Missionary rcturn-ri- l utteml-n- l Garrard County Sand Stone Land at : I In. lion ami Mm. Kennedy, of Danville, have been visiting Mr ami .Mm. V. A Famuli. Matter Hank Miu Alum Lear of l'.iint Lick f ay Atlanta attending the Confederate reunion where she was hoen eiaid of honor. of ll.iym'". Hoy Mr. ami Mm. HiMsboro, OliiOj hae been visiting ker mother. Mm. Hose Mason, mi auctionI 18th, ! a 10 o'clock. Stanford Street. Davo Walker, who has been Virgil visiting his daughter. Mm. kTiiitmird, lu returned to hi dome n North Carolina. .Mr. Saturday, Oct. SUBDIVIDED rBuy oweet roiaioes, . t-- Mr. mid Mm. Luther Hroaddua are receiving congratulations on tlu arrival of a beautiful It'll pound girl, slowly and those who know her wish Mr. and Mm. Currey Hobinson. her a speedy rocowry. christened Odessa Mao. nnd nnd children of Nirholasville, Itev. Frank Tinder and Mm. Tinder of North Middletown spent Sunday with Mr. mid Mrs. Ben Hobinson. AND SOLD IN 5 TRACTS. A3' Now I Canning Apples, H 1 (I Miss Iva Montgomery and Mrs. Dudley Gordon, nnd two interesting little sons. Bailey mid Klliott, have returned to their home In Frankfort after several weeks visit with home-folk- s here, William Ilenzley, son of Dr. nnd Keifer Pears, . . t;i.i: ricKiniK c: wjk.cb, can Itfl Mrs. Walter Ileazley of Los Angeles, is California, who was in the imval ser- ning Acid, Apple Vinegar, I vice, is visiting the family of his '.V uncle Mr. James A. Heazley, before proceeding to his far western home. Located on Buckeye pike 6 miles Lancaster. Splendid frontage on pike. That good sandstone land. The best to- bacco land in Kentucky. This farm will be sold in several tracts just to suit the purchasers. This farm adjoins Thomps Hill, Pat Sutton and others, and is the farm recently purchased by Milo Simpson, and as several parties have been wanting a part of it, we decided to cut it up and sell to the highest bidder. Be on hand promptly, the sale will only last a short time For further particulars see Milo Simpson, or f A Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. I Mm. Virgil Kinnaird and Mrs. Joe Wulkcr gave a dinner party Monday evening at the Kengarlan Hotel in honor of Miss Sue Doty, of Wlnnj-borS. C. The guests were Miss Joan Mount, Miss Sue Doty, Misses Jane and Mary Doty. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man or W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. : The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 9, 1919. The Square Deal is Born and Bred Into Fisk Tires Back of Fisk Tires there's a concern whose one ideal is: "To be the Best Concern in the World to Work for and " the Squarcst Concern in Existence to do Business with. WAREHOUSE IN It that spirit of doing the is that backing that puts into Fisk Tires the square thing extra miles and the complete satisfaction in using them. I sn x--- ,rw AT r A . Next Time BUY FISK Hps Ce al Garage, Lancaster, Ky. B'.ckir & Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. tdtn Bros., Garage, Lancaster, Ky. Urn HZtlft 1SK TIRES the Home." Mr. nnil "Mrs. A. C. .Mile were guests of .Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Carter, at Coy Saturday. . .oru Teater visited relatives j Lancaster last week and uttenJcd the Iiaptirt meeting. Rev, 1). F. Sebastian will fill his !MGS MAKE HOGS.OF PUBLIC T THEM HOC When fed II. A. THOMAS' l'U libit. It contains the necess nry chemical ingredients to iromote their growth, makes bone and mus cle and keeps them in perfect health It is economical to use and pays for regular appointment Saturday at 3 itself many times over in the g.i p. m. and on Sunday at 11 A. M. your pigs make. The W. M. N will meet on Thrs-da- y W. A. DICKKRSON, Lancaster K I'. M. Oct. ICth. at :t o'Ylock adv. Mrs. R. V. Sanders will lead thc TEATEKJt ILLU, KY, meeting. Thn Kentucky Orphans Home ' Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were placing now over 300 little ones Mrs. Dare Ltr.u pent Friday with good homes out in the State. oatldus at Paint Kut' f Mr- - ""'I M. Jasper Noel licr mother. Mr. at Cottonburg last week and attend needs rocm to grow. Help Ihi. work, Lick. ed tlie meeting at (illenil. Mr. Steve "!i spent several Mr- "rur13 1,nilj lays at his farm nc- - Danville last! family of Ilryantsville, Mrs. L. -I week. ...I..-- ., .. i t:.. i. UIIIIUIU, I .. . , . Hl.u null .ldu nKJ.i i Farmers have beer. cry busy in uu.miia Mr. Hram UlRay 'visited and family! 01 this vicinity filling th. ir silos and last week. sowing their grain. Mrs. S. N. Morford and daughter,1 have Mr. Floyd Kay and family Mif.s Christine. Mrs. R. W. Sunders J vacated moved to thc house recently i:nd di.ughter Hope, nnd Forest Noel I Mrs. Elbert Calico. spent last Wednesday in Lexington ConMr. E. P, Grow and family were and N!cho!as.ville. - ?nt visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. AugMr. S. N. Morford was in Louis S.i ;ison of Lancaster ville last week at thi. M. P. fnnfi.r, 24, 1912. Bessie' Gulley was the pleas-- 1 ence anJ atlemlcd banqU(.t gWta j of Miss Myrtle Hendren of . honor of Dr. j. p.. Mott of New york ant Of The Central Record, published j city at thc s;cluacn Hotcl. Kirinvw a. lew nays last week. weekly at ljincnster Ky., for October Mrs. Ilibbard and family of Lan-- J .Morforj tnter. Mr anJ j, sN . tained caster r.a reiurneu nome aner at dinner Sunday. Mr. and 1010. State of Kentucky, pleasant stay with her daughter. .Mrs. JIr!1- - ,)ave L . M j, s d County of Garrard, E. B. R.i. . Mrs. Nora Teater, Misses Sallie Lou Before me, a Notary Public in and S'mpson Mrs. Ottu and little Teater, Ethyl Ray and I'eachie Mae spent the week Sanders and Mr, Clyde Sanders nnd for thc State anil county aforesaid daughter, Jui.r. personally appeared R. L. Elkin, who end with her si: . Mrs. Tom Chest- - I'rof. Tomerlin. having been duly sworn according to nut at Lexington. Lelia Franklin Ray, ngid about 7 law, iiepot.es und says that he is the Mr. Dave L'.r. :. r ! family, Mrs. months daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Publisher of the Central Record, und Mary A. Sander' . ... laughter. Miss Ostnr Ray, died Sunday evening at that the following is, to the best of i'eachie Mae alsu Mr Hyde Sanders tne o'clock OU 3th 19 19. She had his knowledge and belief, n true ner Sunday been ill only a few days with fccarlet statement of the uVntrship, man were entertained at by Mr. S. N. Morfunl an I family. fever. The funeral services were agement (nnd if u daily paper the hold at the grnc in the Buckeye circulation), etc, of the iforesaid cemetery. publication for the date bhown in the above caption, required by (he Act V. i:i You Spend 50c. On lUl-Snuor mice, after you use RAT-SNAto of August 21th, 1012, embodied in It's a ure rodent killer. Try a Pkg. Save $100.00 section 113, Postul Laus and Regu i'nd prove it. Rats killed with ItAT-fNA- P One 30c. pkg. inn kill CO nits. lations, printed on the revere of leave no smell. Cats or dogs The aeiaso rat will rob you ol $1(1 thi; form, to wit: won't touch it. Guaranteed. addressos 1. 25c. sis (1 cake), enough forii yiar in feed, chickj and property of the That the names and managing publisher, editor, is der.ily destruction. RAT-SNA- P Pantry. Kitchen or Cellar. & rats. Cremates after killing. editor, and business managers are; 50c. sise (2 cakes) for Chicken Publisher, R. I Elkin, Lancaster, encs no amell. Comes in cakes, coops or small buildings. House, . s will pass up meat, grain, cheese Kentucky. $1.00 sis (5 cakes) enough for Editor, J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, ast on RAT-SNATlirfe .lies storage all farm und "0c, 51.00. Sold nnd guaranteed Kentucky, buildings, or factory buildings. Managing Editor, R. - Elkin. 'Roberts Drug Store und ll.is- Sold and Guaranteed by McRob- "res. Oct. :i 'v. Lancaster, Kentucky. erts Drug Store and Hasclden Bros. Business Managerf, R. 1.. Elkin, lO.'J-4- t. adv. cr Lancaster, Kentucky. ."ION AT ONCE. THEY GET Foley Kldi Pills invigorate, ?al inactive, weak strengthen ut. und diseased ' i .toys and bladder. Mrs. O. J. Ellin, .r,03 8th. Av.,Siouxj : "I suffered with falls, S. D., kidney troubli . ed to have severe rains across r-- r .ck and felt miser- ut, but after tak- able and nil t r I'ills I am well." ing Foley Kit i It. K. Me. BERTS, Druggist. adv. SELVES. vf Saturday i 1. 5 Oct. 18 2:30 O'CLOCK, P. M. This is the property that has been occupied by Wm. Speith and Co., for many years as a tobacco warehouse. POINTS ABOUT THE SALE. 2. rur" STATEMENT tlie Ownership, Man agement, Circulation Etc., Required by the Act of gress of ust 3. 4. The highest bidder gets the property. There will be no by bidding. The property will be sold regardless of price. Terms made known on day of sale. POINTS ABOUT THE PROPERTY. Right in the city limits on railroad switch, on I Stan-for- d 1. Street. This warehouse is across the railroad from the new Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse. The house is upon the very best foundation that can be built, the joist are 2x12, 11 inches apart, with double floor, which makes an unusual strong floor support. 4. The roof is of the best metal. 5. The sides are boarded and covered with best metal. 6. The construction of the house is such that it can be used for prizing tobacco, hanging tobacco, or it can be used as storage house for hay, grain, or mercantile goods, and remember, it is on a railroad switch. 7. The house is 96 feet long and 40 feet wide and 20 feet high, and the lot is large enough to double the floor space. Money invested in this property will yield a handsome 2. NO MORE RATS. L.-!- tirtd, "he. rWng him. shout. 'it, ' tin ii.id tlii'i"IS ' " Klu Nettie Ray has been 111. The 'i.l, nnil, f.Hlliig that as Mr. Went Smith sold his farm on buy lu Ix'tun-li'rn nni! till Ridge to Mr. Wesley Simpson. twenty Poor Irali' lie. uaH afe, cully re- Dr. J. E. Edwards sold 27 acres of plloil; ,k tut Jim t not land to Mr. Newt Smith at 250 per troiihlK to i I thull nut coinii . hack this h ' acre. Mrs. Frank Pierce of Louisville is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Ray. Dr. G. M. Hendren and Mr. Tom Hani's HaJre. rocmetle Morford were in Lexington SaturHWl Cure la e.i peclallr day. pesa4d (or lea tnasaieu a avmmt mee TeMar. and I. eoldVt ikTTlZ Mrs. Oscar Ray and children have fflas ob the eirlci euaraaies taal been sick for several days with scarta BarakM aelce, tte, U) k vi Mptix reiuoueq ia auy oJasaa let fever. USaeeirteawf-Tr- t Buai'aaalsa -Maw Hat, )Tlejhr Subject for ihe prayer meeting STOHMES DRUG SI ORE. next Wednesday evening, "Christ in ii iili-.- BUCKEYE !" ,j In Cav'rj. llif ,iet i.f tpMns . tlilt.iii.il p!.,, n 2. That thc owners are; (Givu names and addresses of Individual owners, or, if n corporation, give its name und the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or moie of the total amount of stock.) J. E. Robinson, I.aiu aster, Ky II. That the known bondholders, mortgages, and other security hold ers owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total umount of bonds, inortguges, or other securities ure: (If there are none, so state.) None, R. L. Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before me this "30th day of September 1010, W. O. Rlgney, Notary Public. Un-caste- r, Kentucky. My commission expires Feby 1st, 1922. J. E. Robinson B. F. Hudson Sale Committee. The Central Record, Lancaster, en do mice, once Ky Thursday Oct 9, 1919 Optlmlttlc Thcujht. Trnde Inert Hit. ralth and they rnt HAT-SNA- I. Story of n t.ntlon. And they leave no odor he- hind. I'oit't tnkc our word for it Chewing Gum. try n pneknirc. Cut nnd dopa won't Hie t rtiielpnl Iritrrrtllrrit of rhenliii: touch It. ItnU pass up nil fooil to riiiii l t hide, mi elnlle cum produced tiv hf hully-lpe- , Kft HAT-SNAThree .lies. liiiflnrry or npn. 23c, ilia (1 eake) enoUKh for Illlti, native of Smith anil f'entrnl Aim rim. Kitchen or Cellar. l'nntry, SOc. .lie (2 takes) f,,r Chicken House, coops, or small tiuililinpi. First Dolt. The first doll of which there l any $1.00 .lie (5 cakes) enough for knonleilse were found anions the nil farm .tfi.l stornife treasures unenrthrd from the pilni of liuildinits, or factory buildings'. Sold and Cuurnnterd liy Mcltoli-ert- s Ihthylnn. They wire small figure !n term Ivory, l)rK Store nnd llaieldrn Ilros. curved tiittu amihnve lieen liiMiullfully and mint "I I Infilling for little Atrltin ihlldrin. 'Hu Utile clrln of fiyrl.i tuitl mttlmnl- I tloll. Optlmlttlc Theuoht. The dolls the elale plnjed An emperor traveling as n man hu lli Here made of mix i't rloy. tltTiiratl nllh hrlnht roliirs. tlio riclita f n limn. - tlilMrin married vcr) yomiir, , 'heti',.,u.l wtid ihelr ddls until Just DHr Thu4iL i Aspiration nee only one nhto of ev'iie ihilr wedding ilay. ery question; ! maxy. rwlwi j RATS DIE. nii riFHF'f! 1 RINKFR ii lOKNOWSIilUElOAO ADVISES PATRONS TO TAKE INGS SAV- ACRES FROM DANK AND INVEST IN CERTIFICATES. BANK PROFITS IN THE END Man Who One ' Ha a Savlngt Account Never Allcws It to For Long. Lre first The t.'-ii- Ovtrneatf .rrfft T . ' re ,l! rt .VI II 'milt In K ,1, ,. ley ll'illlill- - merle , , :, ,, i.rtn e ii.. vtllli a tmllcy wl,.-- . rttUiiit 1 i'r the wire In IW1 h third-- r I Hu.' n cnwirwieil in llnltlmnre .1 Hu Van ie IWIe )!em was In. illeit In Tormitn. and lliv vt Ji'iir III Semnlim. IVi. Prior to til' lM !! Too Much rtaih In Kite. rlfl). a never lefure. 'hf iM ! iltiir mi-r- . pnlplti'iit vt u many nr e I l : tt. In en iminv of i Nr' "t t twiiMim-- . a ratten ! ' l"it a I In the rirsli of n..,.-r- ti Ha iitalMent - iimmi i"n.a. -- ami nltenll'in. driving onr-- ' from out, eelf.eiade ilnt in an-tuue mlo-i- il of Ihe Hue I a hankir hn has linked thtotich anil b'lnml the t' S ( tern inrnt'a Thrift raui plan. He I a m n llial while Ihe mitceaa of the I r.enl iaiwutn for ihe eale f T niiry m.i) frr i brief j Sulnac I'litmia-ewhile alTeet in amount of hi- - . Injt ' n In' depoMin, In the i rd the lamp) uivi In the L''M of (hi- - liio.tlilual buir, the Lank and the runiio inlly 1 Iniarlably ailvle," fa!d tnorit ( 1'ieur.i). 'he Ci at ( ule C'ainn, Mo , that n po,-can In our Miti.niu drparlmej lore place ihelr money In liriler ailta;i'i;e h Imrinx War Sikmii- - and Ibe JIIO Treamr) frlnK' CelHio man hIui once t'an a "The rating aciouni In a hank l niter oment until he uriona It afer hla Th til"' Cer avina tlflcKi will I'i) lent it held than until inaluiliy, a Kiratir lnlfl rid then He i&n i4) fur ialnr.' palton.--. b uitlttns tn iif our rmall Ina aenur' in i.ur hitnk ntth rS nlLtr atle lu lnaLe all HM'. lntoimmt that lll I'Un hlin In t hi- a titR and per tl c lae. then He mm I j m ma IID IMPLEMENTS AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. 1-SUB-DIVIDED V. 'line , In 'nInn. -- In lldracii, .Ww york and ).rni had midline, frazrame iif Hie Hie Insitity Bin I rliartn mid Joy -- Kv Ikiiisi-- . an.' all nlieut lunk. ialikr ,uni. u. tilm QjIct'Littlc.Oli.ntr Note. teiliin: n ihe other itny ntMrtlt ImrMliit anmnd a hotxt In ColimiliiK with mi- - Iial no I.I- - ImwI and another In hl linnd. tint knoulnc any mor- - than n raltli whre hn cut the neroiid hat and ue ml Mm not In mind that, n we'd nfleu lieen that way In Columliu. And tin1 Sixm! man "'em. ed trently eomforteil. A man should en that he ran do noine Undly act like thin erery day or o. l.lhe rty (O.) A mlpl-i'T 'in, savsi n:r. iiACOH. I) 2. aerXe al. FARM. STOCK le I'rc. laaar Cantrlll. Teirn HeUtr Indiana, writea: "My xirrt-lenc- e II A HOt. Tlt.VMAS' with I'tlWDKIt that it hail Riven xni mulu in helpinir hou that uer' n k nnd keeping thoi well that weie not It iloeii all that )nu claim for mck I would not hail n mck hot; if I it had ued It aooner " We mdl it W A IIICKKKSON, Unca.ler Ky adv. U. K 4;; ;r l. ,tinse " tron. That l one teon nianrnt nh) ihe tankera set behind Ihla fal! t lampalcn now lieln Haael by Unil im And thin iioer npt take into con ldera!lon the patriotic duty He all to one another and to our coun hae I oe" Uy Encouraging Bolshevism Everything that falsely encourages unrest also encourages bolshevism. Misunderstanding of American industrial organization, and of its benefits to mankind, leads to unrest, dissatisfaction, and radicalism. For example, the Federal Trade Commission tells the public that the large packers had an agreed price for lard substitute oil.) (made of cotton-see- d It reproduces letters takfn from the files of one of the packers; showing that such agreed price existed. Mr Krrund Ii creld!it of the Kan aa IT'y l)lrl!oii of the Mlsrnuiij llankera An.eeUritin. l The quota JHi-- tor tha Elthth l;"rrvi- - Dlatrlct for tha tour month' campalcn ending January 1. Of thla Mlsrouri'a 1S:0. la S5,(0.0eo ith J500.0O allotuint la addfd for Ihe city of Bt. Louis. Ken-tu- . k) a allotment la 11.100.000. Hhile Arkanraa la eieeti-- d to ralie ll.l'OO,- 000. The lndlrallonn are that fach unit Hill exceed tin quota, Mlnourl la now te for Heplember, nhllr lraillna In Arkan,a and Kentucky are making rplendld hnlnic. THE MULTIPLYING DOLLAR. Money Now, While It It Ch.jp, Return Manltold, If WUely Invcited. Will THURS DAY. OCT. 16th on the premises, located on Clear Creek Pike midway between the Lexington and Harrodsburg Pike and Troy and' Lexington Pike, 3 2 miles from Wilmore, 5 miles from Nicholasville and 10 miles from Lexington. One ef the he,t arxuinenti for the lneatnirnt uf money in sood aecuri Ilea at this l hue t the point the full value of the dollar Intetted. A dollar north nhat you can r.et for It. A dollar now Irn't nor lb much be caune "ou can't set much for It. It i today north In purrhaainz. poner 10 (enlt aa compared nltli Ave years kto. That lollar nlll in Ate yrara uet Laik to it one hundred cents. If a dollar la lnrtated now, when tt matures It will be nurtli twice as tuurh, or 12. hepce nhy would noi 140 Invested till- - month, hate, in Ave yeara ftom iioh, almoht dquhle purchasing power. In addition tu nhal eer Interest may be earned between non and that time? The alone line of auuinent will np--f eal to a lot of people, etperlally tllo.-'who are very careful with their savings, If a man has any debls to IM) non la a food time In pay, becaue they ran he paid with cheap dollars, bat It Is a poor time tu contiact debts If they mature In four or live years, be cause d'bts nlll hae then to be paid with dnllan nhlrh are worth more In purchaln( puer than at present. Of all times for linestnient, the present it the best, hi cause of the above facts. REMEDY IN THE PEOPLES' HANDS The Nen York Tllhuue says: "The testimony of the mrichant la that da-- ' spite lilsh pilcea the American people are spendlUK noney on a much largei scale and for more eipenslve. articles , than ever before. The old restraints, seem to be thrown aside and money Is appreciated only aa a means to indulge In some new eatravatance. The remedy for Ihe high prices lies In the hands of the people and It la thrifL" EXTRAVAGANCE A CAUSE. WILL BE AND SOLD IN TWO TRACTS. But it failed to mention that the agreed price was determined at the request of and in with the Food Administration! Even the Department of Justice, in its unjust attempt to create prejudice against the packers, has made public these same letters, withno explanation. How long must this kind of misrepresentation continue? In so far as it is believed, it not only breeds discontent, but results in injustice to our industry. Let TRACT NO. 1. Comprises 147 acres, has an elegant 7 room house with bath, hot and cold water, front and back porch, cistern at door, hen house, meat house, concrete dairy, garage and servants house; also 15 acre tobacco barn, 2 large stock barns, silo, also one tenant house. This tract is well watered and fenced, only 35 acres of which is in cultivation, 20 acres of this is sown to rye, the remainder is in grass of which 50 acres is old Blue Grass sod. house, TRACT NO. 2. Comprises 115 acres, has a good dairy, hen house, meat house, and all necessary outbuildings, two tobacco barns, 1 stock barn and a good tenant house. All of this tract is in grass except 25 acres, 20 of which is sown to wheat and 5 acres in rye. This tract is well watered and fenced. Both of these tracts are in a high state of cultivation and are ready for tobacco. The location is admirable, and they lie almost level. Parties desiring to look over these tracts before day of sale, will be shown by the owners who reside on the farm. This will be an absolute sale to settle partnership now existing between us. We will sell all of our personalty consisting of thirty cattle, 75 sheep, 150 hogs, 8 mules, 6 horses, 6 ponies and all of our implements, including 1 gasoline engine, and Blizzard cutter, 1 Buick Automobile and 1 Ford touring car. m Union Stock Yards. It will interest you. Address Swift ft Company. ui bend you "Swift Dollar." Chicato. HI Swift & Company, U. S. A. TERMS liberal and made known on day of sale. Lt0 W gJW V3K CV 0ii as TMt ol .WM sWinCOMPANYJl X U1, Mut I "a"JSffl J "H (M- -,, M h1SFXX noiiat vti ama, ",H M lJ II II . d his testimony to that alieady qun. ed when he aald In tha senate; 'The people In the United States are more Senator Williams of Mlsalatlppl add eitravai ant that formerly. Thrift and I ecoDoin) must be practiced." OM NoooSr X V m f"!tt,JStn''l ail that stent) 'ft fl The bn or ilrl who adds a War Savings Bump to hit or her ravlnga It on tht path tu higher business effi ciency aud all the dct.iable W. L. & IV. B. Boliver Bond and A. T. Scott, Auctioneer!. FREE LUNCH. ,i , George Cox, Clerk. Poor Ljlras. 1. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 9 1919. 665 Acres AT - Auction 3-Sep- arate Farms-- 3 GO SEE FOR YOURSELF. 3 fine homes best of land ik SWINEBROAD, or W. K. mii ij igsagaaB READ ON 'Qfc L ACRES R. W. Gwinn Farm 335 JDIVIDED TO SUIT THE BUYERS THE VLIIY BEST LAND IN MERCER COUNTY. 1 V AT AUCTION Tuesday, October 21st, 10 'O'CLOCK. 1- 1919 At the same time Mr. Gwinn will sell the following personal property: 38 900 pound steers black( reds and roans; 10 large heifers. A number of sows and pigs. G splendid work mules. 1 Case Tractor with 4 in. plows, double disc harrow, cultipacker, single disc harrow, roller, cultivators, turning plows, Deering binder, corn planter, clover seed drill, mowing machine, 3 rakes, tobacco setter, Blizzard cutting box, 2 wagons, buggy; full set pipe dies, water tank, pump, COO bales clover hay, a lot of baled straw and a lot of other things usually owned on a first class farm. Boliver Bond and Son on the Block. 9-- Long Uontage on Danville and Shakertown pike, and 2 miles Shakertown, : miles Curgin, Right at Shawnee Run Baptist church. "Taint no use hollerin what you hain't got." Well, we are "hollerin". "We've got it." But we are going to sell it to you. Read tl,f.i adv. Look at the Farm. You will find our Iso Chatham pike, 1 miles Harro.i.burg. up and selling to the "High Dollar" from the time of the first bid until Boliver Bond says "SOLD". Look over this farm before sale day. Don't miss this opportunity. Remember 1 don't offer a farm unless I know it will appeal to the Buyers. We sell to suit the purchasers. You can buy a small tract and it will le so divided you can get just the size farm you want. Will sell on easy terms and deferred payments at only 5 per cent interest. Possession January 1st, 1U20. At the same time Mr. Gosney will sell a lot of stock, farming implements, etc. For further purticulnrstand to show you the farm see Mr. Gosney at the farm, or THE REAL ESTATE NAN. 140 THE A N. ACRES J. GOSNEY FARM, statements tu:o. The lU'ST Farm and the BEST for sale in Mercer or adjoining Counties this year. A $10,000.00 new 2 story Brick IMPROVEMENTS: Bungalow, 8 rooms,2 halls, 2 concrete porches, bath room and toilet. 4 room concrete basement. Furnace Water Works Electric I.iv ts, beautiful fixtures. Hardwood Floors French Door- - a .id Windows. Built in Presses China Closets Buffet Bo'; case and refrigerator. Modern and complete in every detail. Beautiful lawn to pike with large shade trees. 3 large tobacvo barns, (22 acres), 4 tenant houses, 1 new good enough for ordinary residence. Silo, stock barns, garage and jjvod orchard, everlasting stock water, concrete troughs, well 'ced convenient fields and lots. Land level and gently rollim," ..r.j very fertile, in high state of cultivation. 00 vrcs Limestone wii'. i! clay subsoil. '7j ."cr.--:, i.; r sown to wheat, 1 seres' sown to rye, 85 acres for corn and tobacco next year. No waste land. The owner has taken care of this fnini, he bv.'.dves in "Hogging down" corn, feeds several car loads of hogs t.ich year and every farmer knows what this means in added fertility. What gives value 'to land? Location Improvements, good neighborhood, proximity to churches schools and mar kets fertility of soil, fencing, water and convenient fields level and easily cultivated. This farm has them all. The question will be asked What is this farm worth? What will it bring? In my opinion it is worth $350.00 the acre and more. This is something new in advertisements. The statement is made in order to give you an idea of the valuable farm I am offering. But remember the bidders "Fix the price" and remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS" without "prizing" or "boosting" or Always a clean sale and a square deal. Liberal Terms. Possession Jany 1st, 1920. Tile Tarm will be subdivided and sold to the "High tracts. Photographic view mailed on reDollar" in si'-.-- al quest. ' SALE AN ALL BRASS BAND DINNER. ,' ir.s and to show you the farm see Mr. For further pr. Gwinn at the t'.i.;- ; "by-bids- ". part of the Famous Camp Dick Robinson Land on improved farm offered Lexington pike, Garrard County, 6 miles Lancaster, 8 miles Danville. Lancaster, Kentucky, MOSS, Advertising .Manager. DINNER ON THE GROUND. 190 ACRES L. BUTLER. AT AUCTION Wednesday, October 22nd, AT 10 O'CLOCK. Long level frontage on pike. Subdivided into Small Farms, improved and unimproved tracts. 1 story 7 room Bungalow. 2 IMPROVEMENTS: Porches, Basement, 2 cisterns, Dairy house and out buildings, new garage for 2 cars. Young orchard and all kinds of fruit. Stock barn 5 box stalls, 150 barrel com crib, wagon shed, buggy shed and cow stable. 8 acre tobacco bam, '' room tenant house. Cistern 18 x 18 at tobacco barn, watered by springs, pools and well, concrete stock troughs. Land level and very fertile. Everybody knows what "Camp Dick" land is. No other farms in that section can be purchased. The best section in Garrard county. Convenient to Schools, Churches Good neighborhood. and Markets. 2 miles Bryantaville that growing village with its Bank, good business houses, 1 mile Baptist Church, 1 mile Christian Church, 2 miles Methodist Church. Adjoins the Robert Rankin farm and the Ed Perkins farm. All in grass except 20 acres corn and 5 acres tobacco now sown to Rye. Land well fenced. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS" and my contract with Mr. Gosney is to sell absolutely to the "highest bidder" without any reservation as to price or any limit. Its 2 FARMS 100 ACRES AND 90 ACRES, OF J. AT AUCTION Friday, October 24th. 10 O'CLOCK. by bid or limit It sells to the highest bidder. LOCATION: Lincoln County, just off the Givens pike leading from the Stanford and Danville pike. 4 miles Danville, fl miles Stanford. Adjoins the Logan Farm. The 100 acres known as the Givens Tract. The 90 acres the Shelby Tract, just over the line from Boyle County. This is very productive lam), level and partly rolling. Well watered and well fenced. On the 100 acres is a 5 room dwelling, porches and cellar, cistern, 7 acre tobacco barn and other out buildings, 20 acres in grass and balance in cultivation. On the 90 acres a new 3 room house, brand new 10 acre tobacco barn. All in grass part of it never been plowed. This entire 190 acres is ready to "punch" and make money on. Remember the bidders fix the price on this land. Don't miss this sale, you may lose the bargain of the year. Good land is what to buy. Liberal Terms. Call us by phone. Land values are on the increase. Farms you ran buy worth the money are getting scarce. Mr. Butler at Danville will show you the farm at any time, or An absolute sale without reserve SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man or W. E. MOSS, Adv. MWIIIII Hill :.':. ii Lancaster, Ky. or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Astronomic:! Murjorle. t!ir , n. i:.g Lancaster, Ky. FOR RUNTi Furnished or Wa mutt go over the top in the room. Well lighted nnd campaign for funds for the Kentuc-k- y ry pleasant with all conveniences. Your children Orphans Horn. Mrs. Ida Tinsley, Stanford Street. who have a food horn want to help those who hava nona. . RATES i ST: Between Woods Graves' f "'olman Brown's gate a tan Single Insertions 1c a word traveling bag, containing "No ad taken for less than 20c Those indebted to the estate of Hits. Liberal reward. Leave in this column. No ads in this Arcli Boatright, deceased, will please n't. 'ice. column charged. call and settle t those having claims I' U! I; LK: A new Remington against his estate, present them Seven insertions for the Typi .i'sr. Used only a few weeks properly proven to me. price of Ave. t. and ,i ..!. --.t condition. Apply at J. R. Mount, Admr. Piicuc orders must be paid this o.l 'Ihe price will please promptly. Good Man for A' That. you. . tf. Thomas Jefferfon, u cording to . pmiiafiiMucwt MJoi.KiK'K xuoom M. Curtis, one of hit biographers, FOit L.!: Crepe Myrtle, Flox, a Says devoid FOB SALE Some nice baled bay. I. lilies, t'ijyoi. h?mums, Violets, was latter: of"II sense of humor.u story tinrarely told 11. I.. Kelly. Lilies of tl.f ', Peonies, Rasp- ami seldom enjoyed one, unci witticisms berries and Vm '. U.rries. were wasted In his presence." FOR RENT: A nice cottage on Phone 3D7. .'i" V'annie Bishop. Danville street, formerly occupied 10.9.2t. Batter Late Than Ntver. J. V. Elmore by Harry. The strangest wedding I ever : n FOR SALEi-Forty-ajS iih (hat of an aged aunt, who In Ii T FOR SALE: Two good milk ewes and two rams Thee juuth hnd had a suitor who went off l com and young calves. !.cep are er.tia good in niality and make hU foitune and never returns! .v !J. E. Robinson. ...... .. .. tf. .UK?. iiurct fiiu n c11 ir . prvtgr ruir until. n'A and Infirm, but wealthy, lie M. Metcalf, Surveyer, 25 years .banks and Morse iipolinc :ngine; returned to claim his old sweetheart, J. experience. Blue prints furnished. J Ross Cutter, with all Lslti anil (hafts, who was so feeble she had tn remain In a wheel chair during the ceremony. Phone j priictlc.Vly AU calls answered promptly. Chicago Tribune. V U. iiiirton, l.unca:t.r, j tf Ky. 185, Stanford, Ky. II llllil llll INI -- - Classified Column 1: Notice. Dead Air and Disease. Dr. I.coimrd lllll, whose tho 'ir suiwt: "Italdy," li. i. i I. "eotne a few years ago provisl to the world fa., and sen the (.up getting it - ly to be a ,111111 It Is not impure air hut Mill, tin- ' . !i. I nun, iieiul ulr Unit ImluceN disease, de- moon." llwrtsl recently u leclur i Infant , mortality before- - the Itojnl Society of Evil. Arts. in this he kiiI.1 Him tmhlrs If evil Is Inevitable, how lire the Describing a Giant. jilleil from being loo much clothed as Tho mathematical man can see the wltked luciiuiiluble? Nuy, wlnPiln wp (Well n from being Improperly fed. e, fun and nilatakes In calculating the cull men ulcked at ull ? Kvlj hi Tlin-- j nut in- - hci mo warm or fclie of thing. Nil one has ever given lint It Is a!o renicdliih'le." Horiuii ijmci, nui kiiouiu lie uiiiimciI at reo an linpresolon of hulk such ns that ace Mnnii. lime to he until un.l l.,.l.l of the Into Professor Clifford a fahe played wllh Just to ghe them es- mous mnlhematlclan and an occasional Heard In Cambridge, ercipc. humorist. In u llc;litsiimp c.sxay he Foreman (culling up from curb) the giant whose favorite food III, Mulllgau, will yes step to the was lireml nnd butler sprinkled with uikln' tube; 01 want to tell yes t' light brown horses. tendon Chronicle. come down. Boston Evening Net Eno'j(i. "Swept by willm- - !: rd by the waves of tli . town." "Any other 'r rllltlex!" ii'ijulr il ' Lnulxvllle Courier .'..i i 'i;.i vt '. Ii. ... ........ KILLS RATS. W Result of Extravagance. These are not theneceurIeMof llfoj The Constitution Adopted. they can warcely he rnlliil the conThe Constitution was udopted by veniences; unil yet. only becauxo they Ihe states at different dates. Iela-wur- o look pretty, how many want to I wive adopted It ou December 7, 1787; theaij Ily lliese. and other extravPennsylvania. Deceinbtjf XI', 1787; agances, the genteel urn reduced to New Jersey, December 18. 1787; poverty, and forced to borrow of l how Uiiiniln. January 2. 17hN; Counectl. whom Ihey formerly despised, but who, cut, .lunuary 9. 17SS; Massachusetts, through Industry and frugality, have I 0, 1788; Maryl.nd. April 28. maintained their standing. In which vj; Si, ulh Carolina. May 2.'!, 178H; case It appears plainly that "A plov N.c.v Hampshire. Juue J, 17S8; Vlr-- t man on his legs Is higher than a geniilii, liine 25, 1783; New York, June tleman on Ills knees," as Poor Richard I7fs ; North Carolina, November 21, says. Heujaoilu KruDkllii. .ifi; Rhode' Island, May 20, 1TU0. nnd mice that's RAT-SNAthe old reliable rodent destroyer. (Tomes In rakes no mixing with other food. Your money back if It fails. 25c. alia (I caka) enoiieh for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. 50c. tisa (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 siss (5 cakes) enoueh for ull farm und storage buildings, or factory buildings, Sold and Guaranteed hv McRoi,. erts Drug Store and Huselden Bros, adv. t.