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CLUB GENEROUS PEOPLE MRS MARY LACKEY Of Garrard County Passes Away Follow Already Coming ing Lingering Illness. To The Rescue DENIAL MANAGER PROHIBITION EMPLOYED. ADDRESS. Refuted By Rhea. Shows Republi ROOSEVELT Memorial Fund. Federal Reporter, Official' Public lion of Court, ran Candidate was In Famous Grant County Prosecution Of Farm.rl. Louisville, Ky Oct. 13th Thomas S. Rhea, State chairman Church Sunday night, J. Raymond of the Democratic Campaign Com Or-phanFor several months the directors Schmidt, manager of the Speakers' In thr death of Mrs. Mary (food s. mittre, has issued n statement sup of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Bureau of the State-wid- e loe Ijirkey Ijinrnster suffered an Prohlbi porting his charge that Edwin reparable loss. Mrs. had Morrow, Republican candidate for hnve been looking over the state for tlon Federation spoke in part as fol a man suitable to look lifter the lows : been ill for several months and grail Govrrnnr, prosecuted the cases management of the house, but not "The Prohibitionist who claims Itcsponrc is nlrrmly licInK made ually grew worse and peacefully ngainsl five tobacco growers Until last week were they able to se the prohibition fight is over in Ken to the appeal fur help (a build a passed away Wednesday morning a Grant County who were charged cure the man they wished and get tucky is like the ostrich; hiding his .Model Village oil n Moclrl Kami for three o'clock at her home on Dan with violating the Sherman nntl I his consent to serve. She un born head in a pile of sand and because Home nml ville avenue. the Kentucky Orphan trust law by combining to secure Mr. Roy McCray, of North Middle he cannot see danger thinks there more wilt mnke thrir ronlribution Louiumi and when Uitr young he better prices for the tobacco they town is the gentleman they have con isn't any. He reasons that with the Mrs hail raised. next week. As during the emit parents came to Kentucky. tracted with and the writer knowing nation going constitutionally dry .Morrow, in a speech at Winches, war the people of Garrard County Ijirkey married Mr, Delaney Uickey personally Mr. McCray for several January, 1020, nothing can be gain gave to tlie limit when thry saw the who died about twelic J earn ago. ter, Wednesday night, denied that he years, we are frank to say that no ed or lost in the result of the Nov She was n woman who was thor was in these rases. need, no now they are responding to could have been ember vote on the state constitution better selection Mr. Rhea iUotes the Federal Re the rait of the unfortunate little oughly devoted to her hou'cholmuile. Mr. McCrny wns raised in a al amendment. He forgets that the onrs who have no one to look nfter duties, kindly, frank, generous, ob porter on him. tobacco patch and knows the weed liquoritcs the country' over are hop liging to nil nml ever ready to giv Mr. Rhea also calls on Morrow to them nml no one to gie them the ns none other and the value of it, Ing Kentucky will return an unfav nrsistance when it was in her power chance to which they are entitled. answer two questions. These are He will move to Lancaster about orable verdict so that they may her Did Morrow protr.t afainst thi All of the churches of the county, to do so. She was indeed a very Notember 1st, and take up his du ald the news far and wide us in ill of the public schools, the Woman charitable woman, e.pecially to th pardon of tliasr Grant County farm. ties, getting acquainted poor and unfortunate, and each on the Club unit the Garrard County er. ju.t because they were pardone- growers and see to it thatwith get dicativc that dry sentiment is on the has some they reminiscence decline and that booze is schedule of Mrs, by President Tafl? ter of the Americnn Legion ha every tent their tobacco is worth to come back. of he Did Morrow, while United Slate gone on record as saying that they Ijirkey, and the evidence over the floor of the Garrard Tobacco "Ocr confidence is the danger sig IinlorM' nml heartily support the ef Mnitness, her cordiality, are eery District Attorney, prosecute the to Wn rehouse. nal in this the last pitched battle to bacco trust or any other trust? fort he i in," made to help thr Hum where apparent. The prospects were never brighter prohibition in Kentucky. She was a worthy reprecntittle o If th WHAT Mil. RHEA SAYS: for Orphan. n long line of distinguished ancestry fer a great crop in Garrard than this amendment is defeated on Novem A $10.00 Orphans Home Club hn Mr. Ithrn's statement follows: She was u member of a wealth eai nnd the quality is the best Kee.l ber 4th, it will not be because of thi ".Mr Morrow, in his speech been formed and thr following well l.cte in years. pioneer family, being n niece of the Winchester, of the wets but the known citizens have already Joined called in question th to high prices, Indications still point super-activit- y many predicting the too apparent lack of life among th late Col. Ithoilcs Estill and a cousin statement made by t'ongressnia J. I. Hamilton, of Col. James Capertoii, of Rich Cantrill and myself, when we charg price will bo much higher than last drys.. The latter simply must be Dr. J II, Kinnainl, year. Hold on to your crop, Mr. aroused against their danger and to mond, bring also related to the ed V. II. Ilurton, that he prosecuted live farmers Farmer, and sell it on the doors of their opportunity for covering Ken Goodlne families of Lexington. W. i:. Moss. , and tobacco growers under the Shcr the best tobacco warehouse in the tucky with great glory by piling up Resides her daughter, she leave man anti-trus- t Virgil Klnnaird, law. And ho say- state. two Mrs. Herbert that plurality of 100,000 for the amend Dave Thomas, if we had 'inxestigated we would Trice nnd Miss .Mary of ment. J. T. Itanry, hae known the facts. Danville, her only son, Mr, (iooilloe "There are two things that voters ABERDEEN- I have made W. II. Mom. an investigation having died .veral years hould fully understand; that the and find on .page 1, Volume 1U2 J. K. Robinson, ago. prohibition amendment will be print Adolph Joseph, redcral Reporter, that on December She was a consecrated member of ed on a separate ballot and that the V. J. Romans, l'JU, the case of the United the I'resbyterian church and always States against John S. safest way of getting one of the bal II. V. llastin, Steers unil Be artrtc in its work when her health other farmers, wns atTirmed in the lots is to ask the election clerk for it, W. F. Champ, would permit, 'There are four reasons why W. A. Farnau, United States Circuit Court of Ap Uut it is in the home circle that every patriotic, home-lovin- g citizen peals, mid this record shows that the Joe S. Hateldcn, she will the most be missed, We following should ask for the prohibition bal F. It. Marksbury. attorneys participated wish it were in our power to say one We wisli again to call the atten lot and vote for the amendment (i. II. Swinebruad, the trial of this case: word that would lend comfort to the W. W. Dickerson, (Clore, Dicker tion of our readers to the Aberdeen- - namely: first, to provide the consti Hrnry Moore. sorrow-stricke- n daughter, but we son and Clayton, Angus sale to be held in this city on tutional basis for the passage by the K. Zimmrr, and Myers and know how vain it is to attempt to next legislature of laws enforcing Howard, on the brief), for plaintiff October 22nd, which is next WednesDave Ilrrvry, gild a grief with words or try to as K, S. Hughes, in error; h. I. Grosvenor, special As day. In order to be more convenient the state and federal amendments suage u pain with any expression of to the buying public the sale will be second, to silence forever any and all Kowlcr, Assistant Attorney General, S. G. Vaughan, sympathy. We only know that all Dr. J. A, Anion, istant Attorney General (James A conducted ut the local Stock pens in claims that the prohibition wave is who lite must die, and each must be and EDWIN P. MORROW, United this city Instead of at the Angus-Stoc- k now receding; third, to endorse Ken J. W. Sweeney, bruve enough to meet what all have Farm as told in our issue last tucky's ratification of the Federal States Attorney, on the brief), for I. G. Davidson, met. Wr can not say whether the week. Prohibition Amendment and fourth, Green Clay Walker. the United States. good-bhere is not somewhere else Those who miss this sale will miss to show through an overwhelming J. E. Dickerson. "Will Mr. Morrow deny that this a dawn. Hope lures us ever ward s a correct record of the United seeing some of the choicest cattle of majority such a high pressure of R. L. Ilurton, Where the Mowers faded shall States Circuit Court of Appeals? If this breed ever offered in Kentucky public opinion that all prohibition Roosevelt Memorial Association in Henry Moore, Jr. freshen, Edith Moore, this is a true record, then Mr. Mor and they are going to sell, so Messrs laws will be more thoroughly en Garrard County will canvass the Freshen never more to fade: R. L. Elkin, row did prosecute Mr. Steers and Bradshaw tells us. A letter to them forced and more generally respected county October 20th 27th. Every Where the shaded sky shall brighten giver be it much or little becomes a W. F. Miller. the other farmers under the Sher will bring you one of their catalog- by alL" Ilnghten never more to shade. ues, describing in detail every indivmember of the Roosevelt Memorial , Many othen are waiting for a call man anti-trulaw. Don't Association. This movement is Mr. Morrow, tell the people of idual as well as the pedigree. upon them so that they ran join this Where the sun blaze neer scorches, all Political organizaKentucky, whether or not, while you miss the sale for if you do you will Club. Those who wish to becotn Where the star beams cease to were tions and Religious denominations membeni of the Club are asked to United States District Attor regret it. chill: are asked to help perpetuate the high ney, you wrote a letter protesting take their subscription to any bank Where no tempest stirs the echoes ideal of this great man. against the pardon of these Grant in the County and leave their Of the wood, or wave, or hill. Garrard County is ready for sub county farmers a short time before name. The Hanks will be glad to they were pardoned receive any contributions for this The democratic by President campaign com scriptions to this fund. Each- preWhere no shadow shall bewilder, in the county is provided with Taft? cause; or you can hand it to any of The James Denny farm containing mittee of this county is leaving cinct Where life's vain parade is o'er: "Mr. Morrow, did you, while Unit about 2bl acres was sold by Swine nothing to chance in an effort to put a chairman to wit: the following Citizens Committee' Where the sleep of sin is broken Earl Broaddus Court House. ed States District Attorney, prose broad last Friday Sirs. J. II. Kinnaird, Mrs. It. E, morning in two old Garrard into the democratic col And the dreamer dreams no more, James Criscillis East Park, cute the Tobacco Trust, or any other tracts at a total average of $19C.OO umn on November 4th, and it only McRoberts. Mrs. R. I. Ilurton, Mrs. Jesse Sanders West Park. Trust? J. C. Williams, Mrs. William Ilurton an acre. Mr. Will Palmer bought the voters of this political faith will Funcrnl services were held this Eph Hammack Union, Mrs. Hogan Italian!. Mrs. Ana why ilidn t you prosecute the home place and C4 acres Woods for come to the polls on that day and Dr. Montgomery Paint Lick, Walker, Mrs. Hue Woods, Mrs. Geo, afternoon at the home at one o'clock. the trust which was preventing the $345.00 the remainder of the farm stamp under the rooster, Governor Rev, Hurry Hudson officiating, after Sam Prather Walker SchooL farmers of this State from obtaining going to Mr. Tom Cotton. Black will be Kentucky's chief mag.Miss Martha Kavan which the remains were taken to the u Elbert Teater Buckeye. , augh, Miss Jennie istrate for the next four years. Hlggins, fair price for their tobacco? Miss Richmond cemetery where they were Lewis Murphy E. Bryantsville. Eliza Ison, Rev, F. D. I'ulmeter, It will be glad Tiews to his friends laid to rest by the side of her hus-banVirgil Scott W. Bryantsville. to know that he will address the cit Rev. J. R. Moorman, Rev. II. S. Hud On Monday October 27th, Theo izens of Garrard nnd adjoining coun son, Rev. C. D. Strother, James Last Friday night the community birthday, (also ties at the.Court House in Lancaster dore Roosevelt's Hamilton. Judge I.. L. Walker, J. J, was grieved to hear of the death of We are .carrying another large on County Walker, Jr.. 'S. C. Denny. J. W. El Court Day. Governor County Court Day) there will be a Casper Drown, who died Oct. 3rd, in isplay of real estate advertisements Black is exceedingly popular in this meeting at the Court House a t 2 Mr. Luther Gibbs sold this week more, T. C. Hnnkin. G. U. Swine incoln County. this issue of the Record and we county, as the vote he received in the o'clock, P. M. The ladies and gen broad, R. I.. Elkin, Prof. I'. II. Hop. his splendid farm containing 030 Mr. Ilrown was only nineteen ask our readers to price kins, W. A. Farnau, R. II. Led ford ucrcs to Mr. J. I. Hamilton, carefully peruse primary is proof, ond we predict that tlemen aro invited to take a part in cars of age, and had been ill just these sales and if interested to at a bumper crowd will be here to wel this service. This Committee Is working for the private. The farm is one of the ne week with typhoid fever. J. F. HOLTZCLAW. success of the campaign for the Ken :cst in the county lying on the Kirks- He is survived by one sister and tend some of them or tell your come him on that day. County Chairman. eighbors about them. Some of the tucky Orphans Home. They wilt bo vllle and Lancaster pike and about one brother. Miss Geneva Ilrown of c'ad to tell you of the Home as it is five miles front Lancaster. , some in incoln County and Harrison Ilrown farms are in this county, Boyle, Mercer, Lincoln, Mr. Hamilton Informs us that he now and of all it has done and what Casey in Uuckeye. It hopes to do with the money asked urrhascd this farm on a speculative Casper was a splendid young man fact alt arc lying in the best sections of the state and are lands that wilt nnd expects to sell it in sev nnd friends will or you. cnlure The court room was packed yes regret to learn of . be absolutely sold to the "high dol terday morning to I tried everything that I heard of Can you refuse to help to worthy era. nesi ew wccKi lU ,,oat hear the examin Much ,ynpathy ex ..... ..w..v vii a cause! Remember it is moro lar.' Swlnebroad, who always sells, ing trial of Andy Beazley, charged for the stomach and bowel troubls .mv h""uitcnucu the Inveil nnp. is carrying nearly two full pages, with killing William Denton beautiful to givo than to receive and road, which he expects to build a few and bloating, but got no permanent Hughes and McCarty have two farms days, ago, what you give for this cause will not through the farm leading out to '.ue account of which was giv help until I struck Mayr's Wonderone in Casey and one in Lincoln, en in this paper at the time. Kirksvillc pike. This farm is spec be regretted. ful Remedy, and that did the busi On Sunday, October 20th, which is both will sell, Hasclden iully adapted for tobacco, several Brothers will After the calling of many wit ness. .My son in Canada has also the last Sunday in this month, the sell the Will Cook place on the New hundred acres of which Is virgin nesses, the council for the defendant taken it and writes it has done him a soil. Watch for the advertisement clocks wilt be turned back one hour Danville pike, Just outside the city waived the examining trial and lot of good." It is a simple, harm Mrs. Joo Mount' division o'f the In next weeks Issue of the Record. in order to conform to "sun time" limits, Thomas Realty Company are the Beazley was remanded to jail to less preparation that removes C. W. II. M. society wilt liavo an ex The Day Light Saving Law, re auvertising some good ones, others We understand that Mr. catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal Gibbs change ami bazaar, Wednesday, Nov. will purchase property In cently repealed by Congress, was a not In the hands of real estate deal await the action of the grand jury tract and allays the inflammation Lancaster, which convenes next month. ember 2Gth, which is the day before nnd will locate which causes practically all stomach, here permanently. war measure and the clocks were ers are also advertised in this issue, Thanksgiving. turned forward the first Sunday in all of which are advertised to sell. liver and intestinal ailments, inThis will be gratifying news to the April. cluding appendicitis. Read them all it will pay you and One dose will friends of this delightful family, who It has proven a boon to the Indus Keep you posted on the value of convince or money refunded. would regret exceedingly if they real tries of the country and has meant estate and farming lands in this nnd R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. LanCurrey and Gulley Is the style of should decide to leave the cpunty. Some thief who should spend his caster, Ky. the savings of millions of dollars in adjoining counties. adr. the new grocery firm, now occupying future days in the penitentiary stole Industrial centers, but the farmers ' the old stand of Davidson and Tom- u horse and buggy from an alley in throughout th country were mostly linson, the consolidation of the two There will be services at Gilead, Lancaster last Friday night nnd the stores being mentioned In this paper on the third Sunday In the month, at as a whole against it and Is one of Circumstances over which we had owner, Mr. Sam Morris has been 'unWe take this method of tasaklng for it repeal by Con few Issue past. Mr. Booker Wil- eleven oclock. The pastor will be the reasons a no control forced us to leave out sev- able up to this time to hear any the many friends for their kiadnesa kinson has been retained as the chief present and preach on the subject of gress. eral letters from our correspondents trace of them. They are both des and beautiful floral offerings during meat carver and is now on the block God Mercy to Backsliders," using See the add of J. R. Mount and this week. We hope to take care of cribed In an advertisement in this Is- the recent illness and death of ourx with sharp knife and a nice youftg as a text Hosea 14:4. ifomo, store and busi- all of them in the future and ask sue, where Mr. Morris is offering a wife and mother. Company, beef. Success to the new Ami. Every one is cordially invited. ness for sale privately. their indulgence for this time. reward of $25.00 for their return. C. C. Hendrickson and family. Mr. Roy McCray, of At Christian Church North Middletown Last Sunday Night. Will Manage ToJ. Raymond Schmidt Pltasos Good bacco WareAudience. house. In an address at the Christian Of The lr ANGUS SALE. Forty Head To Sold Here Oct. 22nd. Mr. J. T. Holtzclaw, of this city has accepted the chairmanship of the Roosevelt Memorial Fund and in a card in this issue of the Record is appealing to the friends nnd admirers of this great American, to contribute to this fund, which we know they wilt do, irrespective of political or religious affiliatons. The campaign will be started during the week of October 20th to 27th. Numerous memorial meetings will be held throughout the United States during the week of this drive and meetings of this character will be held in this county, which will be nsked to give $500.00 toward this fund. Every person who gives to this fund during that week will become a permanent member of the RooseMemorial velt Association. Any contribution, large or small, will entitle such donor to membership. Those interested In this fund should-cal- l on Mr. Holtzclaw and offer assistance that he should need in seeing that n proper fund is raised in Garrard County. Mrs. Forest Stapp has been appointed County Chairman of the Womans Roosevelt AsMemorial sociation by .Mrs. S. Thurston Ballard State Chairman. The object in view is to solicit funds for the purpose of purchasing the house in New York where Roosevelt was born, to fit it up with his belongings, and make it a fitting memorial to this great American. Mrs. Stapp has appointed Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Mrs. Henry Moore, Mrs. Henley Bastin nnd Mrs. J. A. Anion, as a committee to work in Lancaster, and has named the following ladies as chairmen in each voting precinct in the county: Mrs. J. C. Williams, East Bryantsville; Mrs. Abner, West Bryantsville; Mrs. Montgomery, Paint Lick; Mrs. Eph Sam Morford, Buckeye; Mrs. B. B. Hammack, Union; and Mrs. U. G. Raines, Walkers School House, each of whom will appoint their precinct committees, and we trust that the many citizens who were such loyal friends of the great while living will quickly contribute the sum of two hundred dollars. which is the amount alloted to Garrard County from the ladies. , , To The Citizens of Garrard County. James Denny Farm Sells GOVERNOR BLACK To Speak Here Court Day. Brown. Gibbs Farm Sells. Our Real Estate Advertisements. ,c Examining Trial Finds Something To Waived. Do The Business. Time Turns Back. Dates Claimed. New Firm. Horse and Buggy Stolen. Services At Gilead. Letters Omitted. Card of Thanks 4 ,The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 16 1919 Dodge Brothers A man's but pat is his smoke ft - . A MOTOR CAR "Nothing goes with me like a good story" 'i CC5. Field you light begins and E"- VERY Chesterfield smoking Chesterfields ends with salty!. For enjoyment. your , set no limit on Their smooth, rich, even flavor keeps right on pleasing your taste down to tho last halMnch. . And no wonder. Tho great buying organization wo maintain in the Orient makes It possible for us to obtain the pick of the finest Turkish leaf. Experts blend these tobaccos with the best Domestic leaf; not, in any fashion, but by our own-- exclusive process that never varies. And actually this process brings out hid- -' den flavors qnd new delights that give to this cigarette a satisfying quality all its own. We don't care what cigarette you've been smoking, you'll like Chesterfields hit-or-mi- j KINNAIRD BROS., Agents , ss Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. better. I hesterfielii and the blend can't be copied Roquefort Cheete. Uixpiefort rhccM lmtortfd from the Mllnce of Kiwpirfort, In the depart inent of Airrjrnn, Trance, It ! Inade from the milk of goal" Mid hcep nnd tiuiturid In the rueky rao of the Ijirae Hln. The priMlnellmi of tlilf (beete in mormon, though the imputation of the Milage W about 1,K. New Term of Endejrment. It much ilMurlied Hilly I Wives for Cclonlits. 1,1 friend ndi!re h' haliy brother n "n darling lniiili." name l I.Hch nnd he W not a huuli. ' he Informed the woman, mIiu etpt.timd that It a hut an endearing lenn. Net d.iy his mother heard tutu exihl lll.'lg mi.r Id. brother as u preiioin title camel. .r hme u ' ' ' irri.iccnl.le niimin w rn"K'',l at jridoti I., the of v'Htl"l. The market .r. e of thea lren innliN and one widow, wn" "' l"'""l of the t,et leaf tobile.n for eai ll mailt. ,Vo rellllctloll Inj'rtie a iii.-n- t loii.il for the widow. '","; '" Augu- -t 1 n cartn con- - M8t MONEY MAKING 75 FARMS lm SS'W On the Pike- - Acres Bottom Land mind ran not In- - hypnotized. The fact ttiat one 1ms heen hypnotized Is proof that lif tun ioM mind on one cub Ject. It Is, therefore, not to his ells credit, but rather Hip contrary. No Dlrjrace to Be Hypnotized. An Mint or a person without nlilllty In rnnnntratlns Mi Production of Jade. Practically nil the J.nle now mined comes from Ittinnii, though New Zea-lan- d It a producer of fine note. China tnle. practically the entire output. In Itiirimi the privilege of tiilnlli? It has Ijcin heM by the wune Indian or Khan trltit for many generations. Oldtlme Mirrors. Mirrors were nod by .n;lo-Saito- n The womin fdwiK to ihelr iflnllet. mm ruHtnm prevailed In the time of ntzahcth nnd Jamo I. They formed the center of many f,in at that perlml and later. Ilefore glum as Invented horn and metal were ucd. 235 ACEES IN 40, 35 AND 1 00 ACRE TRACTS 7 1 On Drakes Crock, Full Lick pike in (larrard County, Kentucky, miles of Lancaster, 0 miles from Crab Orchard on K. V. !)., No knob land. ' , mile of Rood school, and at Auction Farm Bargains Mi y1 THURSDAY, OCT 23rd, 19 AT 10::J0 A. M. dwell-ing- s, Lout; pike frontage, adjoining th o well known Kox place, 2 good 2 large barns, good neighborhood. small dwelling on Same. FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 100 yards from Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and contains H78 acres, well improved with good (i room dwelling, one tenant house, j two good barns and a farm known throughout Garrard County as being u good one ami this will be priced subdivided into smaller tracts. FARM NO. 5. Situated on Good pike, near schools and churches with good 8 room dwelling, large barn that will house about 10 acres of tobacco. Well watered and good fencing, land and can be bought at a bargain price of $150.00 per acre, contains 164 acres. FARM NO. C situated on good pike in Paint Lick High School district, contulns new 0 bungalow and new 40x10 tobacco barn, good tenant house and stock barn with sheds atroom tached. This one will not be for sale many days at $225.00 per acre, contains only 70 acres. FARM NO. 7 Situated only nbout 2 mile from good pike, In Paint Lick High School district, good ti room dwelling, good stock and tobacco barn, now accommodates about C acres of tobacco, is well watered and will show you tho best farm crops in the vicinity. This farm is priced right nt $150.00 per ncrc and only contains 101 ncres. FARM NO. 8 Situated on good pike has over $15,000.00 of improvements equipped just like you want it for big farming enternriic. Is now making more money for tho investment than any farm in the country. Located only U 4 miles from town. Will show you the best crop of tobacco in the vicinity anywhere. Over 300 acres of this one in grass and ISO to 200 acres ready to cultivate this next year. A bargain without a doubt has nearly a mile pike front. Can bought at $105.00 per acre, worth $200 per acre. be , Let mo sell you a farm or sell your farm for you. FARM NO. I. Situated on the Richmond nnd Lancaster turnpike, ami contains -- tV acres. Is a gently rolling farm, very fertile soil. Has dandy 10 room duelling, stack barn, two tenant houses, and every kind of you could wish for. Well watered, has about 00 acres of old blue grass sod that will produce anything, and this can be subdivided into FARM NO. 2. and will sell you 137 ncres with all Improvements excepting one tenant house, and also S FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 ncres exccllant land and very n?cessnble to the pike with The owner, CJ. I!. Sutton has another farm and says SELL. SUBDIVIDED TO SUIT: TRACT NO. 1. (i room dwelling, !5 porches, large cistern, dandy combined milk and spring house, new garage, .'!00 barrel corn crib, newly built stock and tobacco barn, 18x(!0xl8, all good land, 115 acres of which is Drakes Creek bottom and there ,is no better. 110 Acres, excellent TRACT NO. 2 Acres, fronting county road, close to pike, comlortablo 5 room dwelling, line wellin porch, good barn !!0xl8 with new galvanized roof. 8IJ 0 ' TRACT NO. 3. Acres Drakes Creek llottom land, fronting the pike and ad- joining the above tracts Nnfsaid it speaks for itself. TKI'MS usual and the occupants of the tracts will show you and on the premises the above date and hour wo will tell 'cm, to you 10 D. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. fl. Thomas Joe & Haselden Lancaster, Ky. Real Estate. ThjB Central Record,Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 16, 1919 Influenza Again Appears Among Us. 2 51 EVERY ' FATHER AND MOTHER COUNTY IN GAERAED With influcnra again among us, wisdom nnd foresight that every family should rcpure to prevent nnd combat this disease. In the of humnnlty, physicians nnd luymcn who were so successful last year In treating Influenza, Colds, Orlppe, Croup and other diseases of the respiratory organs nre recommending as the most effective treatment, the external remedy SHOULD HELP THE llrnmc's Vapomentha Salve, when applied to the chest and throat pene trates the pores of the skin and Sutton. breaks up the congestion, at the There will be a Box and same time hcalinc vapor arc carried nt Antiocli School house, Satjr- direct to the infected membranes of phlegm to be loosed and inducing ilay night, October 18th, for the the nasal passages, causing the benefit of the Orphans Home Club. Beginning at 8 o'clock. Kvcrybody restfiM sleep. Brarnc's Vnponientha Salve may be obtained at every drug store, or it may be had from the manufactur ers direct, the llramc Drug Com pany of North Wllkesboro, N C. Sold in three sizes, 110c, fiOc and S 1. 20. Complete directions accom pany every package. adv invited to come nnd bring n Box or a Pie. mm WU.BI SUM oursvlllc arc visiting Mr, and rs. J, P, Foley. Their many friends welcome them back. Mr. and Mrs. John Yater and chil dren, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Yater spent SumUy with Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry ii.tci and family. Mesdamcs Ilascom Pelnhrey and John Smith, Misses LIdn and Jean Uroaddus were entertained Monday at the homo of Mrs. J, L. Yantis. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Morriss and y children f.f Preachersvlllc spent with her nW'it and Sunday patents, Mr, and Mrs. A. M, Mefln.t. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. L. Ynntis and Miss Allie Yantis, Mr. ami Mrs. William Kmbry and little daughter Ruth, Mrs. Arthusa Currcy of Lancaster spent n delightful day last Thursday with Mesdamcs Carrie Davidson and Wm. Kentucky Orphans Home When You Help the Orphans You are Helping Your Own Child. JOIN THE "Theta Rati Wouldn't Eat My Best Grain," Says Fred Lamb. neigi-borin- ORPHANS HOME CLUB OCTOBER 20 TO 27. f It's hard to keep rats out of a feed g store. Tried for years. A store sold me some It worked wonders. GatherGUY. ed up dead rats every morning. Bought more Haven't Mr. J. I'. Foley is visiting relatives a rat now. They wouldn t eat ny in Knox County. best grain when I threw The little baby of Mr. and Mrs, around." Three sizes, 25c, oOc, $1.05. Kvcrettc Grow is seriously ill at this Sold and guaranteed by McRobcrU time. Drug Store nnd Hascldtu Broi. Miss Ora Prathcr of Lancaster, Oct. . adv. was the guest of Mrs. J. L. Yantis Thursday night. Beech Valuable In Medicine. Tin beech, which Is found In tho Mr. J. I.. Yantis ami son, George, tempera It zone In Ihirope, Amer-.Irspent the week end in Somerset with In medand Asia, Is vnlmibli .Mrs. A. M". " icine for tho rreiwih distilled from Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and son, lis tar. rreoMitc. creosote rarbon-al- e Virgil, of Boyle nre visiting his sis and giiulacol nre medicines used to supplement the hgtenlt measures ter .Mrs. J. P. Foley. uddch have done m much to reduce .Mrs. William Walker spent, Thurs flu- - deafh rate in sufferers from day with her daughter, Mrs. Roy tul rculoli. l'rather of McCrcary. Mrs. John Broaddus is visiting THEY GET ACTION AT ONCE. her son, .Mr. anil Mrs. Thomps Foley Kidney Pills invigorate, Uroaddus of Kirksrille. Misses Lida and Jean Uroaddus strengthen and heal inactive, weak kidneys nnd bladder. were visitors Thursday night of and diseased Mrs. O. J. Ellis, COS 8th. Aw.Sioux Misses Maud and Fannie Smith Falls, S. D., writes: "I suffered with Mr. and Mrs. Z. T, Rice motored kidney trouble; used to have severe from Richmond Friday and were the pains across my back and felt miserguests of Mrs. Carrie Davidson. able and all tired out, but after takMr. and Mrs. Hobart Smith of ing Foley Kidney Pills I am well." Woodford county spent the week R. E. McROBERTS, Druggist. end with .Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. adv. Mrs. William Clark and son Earl, residing on the Lexington pike were Siamese' Object to Walking. guests of Mrs. Milton Ward, Satur The Siamese, abort nil nation In RAT-SNARAT-SNARAT-SN'A- P n t. 2Mj?jpJ!M 'MKu" stores, factorit, juIU and otlitT luiiklings. i'S fin' 'iai your day. Misses Ifuclah and Iva Ledford ami .uiss Lunle Davis spent satur day night with Mr. and Mrs. R. II Ward. Mrs. John Smith has returned home after a pleasant visit to her mother, Mrs. Isaac Cornett of Paint Lick. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Henry of the Fall Lick pike were Sunday guests of iMrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. R.' Henry. Mrs. William Smith and Miss Lula Smith of the Poor Ridge pike were visitors Thursday of Mrs. Henry Yater. Mrs. J. L. Yantis and son, Her-sche- l. spent Saturday nnd Sunday nights with Mesdamcs Milton Ward nnd C. R. Henry. Mr, nnd Mrs. Robert Ward and children, motored to Paint Lick Sun day and were guilts pf Mr, and Mrs. Milford Ledford. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Tattle of the world, bale to walk. N.i such mode nf progression I" tolerated by a Siamese If h or she can by any mean ride. A Venetian gondolier will walk sometimes, even ti Hollander will rlila on Ids rough cart, but a Bangkok man not It lie euu help It. Ills family bout for him. DO NOT FEED DRONES. Feed is too expensive to waste. It is wasted if your hens do not show results. Add a little B. A. THOMAS POULTRY REMEDY to their food and you will have a full egg basket. W. A. DICKERSON, Lancaster Ky. adv. Vision. A man's . . . llon Is evei greater than Ids achievement; and literatim reflects not so much n man' deed, as the spirit that animates him; not the poor thing that lit does, bul rather the splendid thing that he ever hopes to do. Andrew Long. NEGLECTING THAT GOLD OR COUGH? Why, when Dr. King's New Discovery so promptly checks it TT'S natural you don't want to be and J cnrelensdrag onletor that old cold or rough that new nttntk That tired, wora.out feel'irur il cauicu vy a l) item. You need an Iron tonic to rebuild tiiiue quickly to send rich, rrd blood courting thru your body to lupply the dementi tint hive become tiluuitcd. "Not when ou tun tlevclor- - seriously, get null a proved Huceessfut remedy us Dr. King's New Discovery. Cold, cough, grlpi croup does not resist this standard reliever very lows. quality Iw at high today as It alItx ways lias been and It' been growing fcteaillly lu itopuiamy for moro man fifty ".eari. "JOe. and $l.Si a bottlu at ait uruggisi. tine it n irui. Acid Iron Mineral Constipated? Here's Relief Not that often harmful, always vio lent and tciuiMiniry help that comes from harsh purgative, but the gratifying, corrective regulaimprovement in your health. tion of ktulibom bowel a to pronounced King's New Ufu Mils. FIRROBlMCMCMICAl. lu Dr. CH. RMMk,Vlr(ttah Tonic In action, they promote free bllo flow, stir up the lazy, thoroughly Fk Sale bjr all Bnuut but gently cleanso the system ot wusta matter and fermenting foods, and glvs you keen zest for bard work and CusnUrlaad Crtxary Co JksmUm nesltbful recreation, All OruciUU City. Ky. WhoU.aU DUtrlkuUra. A cvuts, ii prescribe J by physicians in all caiet where a tonic it indicated, became il ii the moit powerful natural iron ionic mown. AtU Im nia.nl I. ittuti r kin. M4 timn I. yen )u i, it coat hi mi UIWl BMltfi.ll IruilrpMiM U SliMtMlrpt ktew i,pa.ii la tbntrr wmIJ II. Jr In4 IIM4UM roI.M4 vilk cUalriUr rrrpirta uttt. rj.ntt.lr win lot lajttr. II. txfta vr cim Ul ccu. Oct i bottle from your dnic- f;iit today, take at directed, and few dart you will notice an The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Oct 16, 1919 HOME I I We represent one of the largest Roofing manufac L. H. S. Defeats Nichol asville in a Score of 12 to 8. In w hat was considered the best game of Foot Ball ever played the local gridiron was pulled off last Friday afternoon when Capt. Todd Elliott's string of little "Sterlings" trotted on the field to meet the visi tors from Jessamine. The game was well played by both side; and although n little out weighed the local boys held like stone wall and fought hard for th game they won. BEAUTIFUL To Be Sold Saturday. 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. Conn The Central Record Issued Weekly, Brothers. 3F1F1 "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." fl 11 ipsy f The home of W. II. Cook with ad. Joining land wllj be sold Saturday, as advertised In this issue. This is one of the prettiest places In or near Lancaster. Located close In and is nn ideal location for a dairy farm or truck garden, something that Lancaster needs badly. This place will be sold by Joe Haseldcn nnd by the way Joe has been doing some selling In the real estate line recently, having sold a bunch of lots, also a large flour mill Jones-Cob- b. in Brodhead, n farm on Lexington pike advertised in the Itecord, the G. K, The marriage of Miss l.illic C. Walker property on Itichmbnd Jones to Mr. Hubert Cobb was sol Street, nnd several other properties. cmniicd last Monday in Danville, One thing about a sale advertised by minister of that city offici.iting. Joe is that you may be sure that The bride is the daughter of Mrs, what he ndcrtises to sell is going to j.ary Jones of this city and very sell, having been in the auction popular, having lived here all he selling business for twelve years land and life. 'She has recently been assist levoting his time to selling of land ing in the store of the Jocpli Mcr anil lots at auction. cnntile Company ami prouM very efficient. The groom is :i resident The State makes provision for de- - j of Cincinnati, having recently been fective children but none for bright, discharged from sen ice after solv children. The Kentucky ing about u ear overseas. His jap normal He i Orphans Home takes care of the ents reside in Nicholnsville. nlo n nephew of Mrs. J. II. Witt o ter. Help the Home. city. JI1 this The best wishes of the community go with them for a long, happy and Join The Orphans Club The Best Money You Ever Gave. OCTOBER 20lh to 27th IS THE WEEK Any Bank in the County will be glad to Receive your Subscription. useful life. Commander-in-Chie- by the of wo .is-tainc- rs COMBINATION PUBLIC SALE nnd mice that's the old these same Keptihiican Payable in Advance. reliable rodent destroyer. Comes in and upholders seeking cakes no mixing with The School children of Kentucky The undersigned will on other foot! Card of Thanks. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. to discredit the President of Your money back if it fails. have gone on recurd as wanting to SATURDAY, OCTOHKR 25tlv We wish to express our heartfelt R. L .ELKIN. Local Editor an j Mgr. the nation and the spokesma help the Kentucky Orphans Home. 25c. die (1 cake) enough for thanks to our many friends, both at 1:30 P. M. of their country in a foreign Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. Entered at the Post Office in Lanat the Kast Knd Stock Yn'ds at white and colored, for their kindness Do you want to give the Orphans a 50c. tiie (2 citri) for Chicken Richmond, Ky., land, where he had gone r.mid Your children Mail are well caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s offer for public snle shown us in our bereavement in the chance? House, coops, or small buildings, Matter. without reserve, about HO head of loss of our husband and father. the grateful acclamations of taken care of. Help eitaldish a $1.00 tiie (5 cakes) enough for high including Kliia Denton nnd children. model farm and vilfage for the Orclass Duroc's, fifty burdened world to help restore nil farm and stdrage nice gilts and ten extra good boars. LucMler, Ky.. Octaber 16, 1919 t!ip peace of nations and gnth buildings, or factory buildings, phan! who have no one to look after All of the hogs are of this years er up again the fragments of Sold and Guaranteed by McRob- - breeding, except two of the boars n Stop making money for a few them. Member Kentucky Press Association eivi ization. We see them by erts Drug Store and Haselilcn Bros, earling and a two year old weigh- - minutes and help the children of the and every ng from JOO to .mil pounds, contemptible de ie idv. EASIER NOW THAN LATER. of Kentucky Orphans Home. It will Eighth District Publishers League, which any one could feel Justly do you tood. display Pie Supper At which demagogues It is easier to break up a culd or proud to own as herd boars. These seeking to hinder, to thwart check a cough now than it will be Rates For Political Announcements, hogs are of the famous Prince of $25.00 REWARDi For return of later. Persistent coughs that "hang Antioch School. Colonels, Defender, Cherry Chief, For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 to intimidate, to belittle and horse and buggy stolen from streets There mil be a Bo, and Pit sup-- r nd Superbn strains which means of Lancaster last Friday night. Hay on" all winter pave the way for ser10.00 discredit the President of thi For County Offices at Antioch School house, S.itur- - that they are of the very best blood horse the years old, heavy mune and ious throat and lung diseases. I. W, For State and District Offices.. 15.00 great nation in the hope that li.'i Campbell Ave., '.., Detroit, lay night, October 18th, fo- - the nes. While some of the individuals tail, small knot on left hind leg, Day, .10 his efforts to vindicate For Calls, per line the benefit of the Orphans Home Club Mich. writes.Foley's Honey and Tar .10 For Cards, per line re Just as good as their pedigrees. nearly new rubber tired Ames bug- - relieves cause for which our nation Beginning at S o'clock. Everybody one of bronchitis very For all publications in the interA to one fought might come to naught invited to come ami bring a Itox or Durocrare chanceown procure n good ly. bridleharking strap ami brow band quickly. est of individuals or expresprice. at your of broken. R. K. McROIIKRTS, Druggist. Pie. And when, after months o sion of individual views, per PAHK & PARK & DEATH KKAtJK. Ky. Sam Morris, a.lv. line .10 weighty counsel and profound .05 deliberations among the rep Pie Supper at Obituaries, per line resentatives of those who had Mason School. Democratic Ticket. won the war, the greatest There will be a pie supper at the peace treaty ever penned since Mason School House Friday evening, FOR GOVERNOR. man ascended from the depths October 17th, for the benefit of the HON. JAMES D. BLACK. of savagery and laid before Orphans Home Club, beginning at H GOVERNOR, FOR LIEUTENANT the world for its approval, we o clock. WILLIAM H. SHANKS. Tell everybody to come nnd send see that same group of envious wonl to the rest to come and bring n SECRETARY OF STATE. men seeking to emasculate it MAT S. COHEN, pie, and hear the music. and tear its vitals to shreds Dora Scott, Teacher. AUDITOR. " i while the world waits over HENRY M. BOSWORTH. volcano for the return of Large Sum Given TREASURER. peace." Masonic Home. HENRY F. TURNER. The people of Kentucky At a meeting of want that treaty ratified. They the Masonic ATTORNEY GENERAL. want war made as nearly im- Lodge Inst Tuesday night it was FRANK E. DAUGHERTY. possible as may be for the fu unanimously voted that the lodge CLERK COURT APPEALS. ture, hor that reason they subscribe 1 1,800 toward the million JOHN A. GOODMAN. tavor the League ot Nations lollar endowment fund for the ben Superintendent Public Instruction Mr. Morrow, as quoted by Wil efit of the Masonic Widows and Or. L. E. FOSTER. liam C. Shinnick, one of the phnns Home at Louisville. This lib most reliable and dependable ra I subscription will no doubt meet Commit, ioner Of Agriculture. newspaper men in the btate. with the hearty approval of .he JOHN W. NEWMAN. membership. seems to be against it. Hi people will 'decide whether it NOTICE. 1th, is an issue ovember THE WAR AGAINST they elect Governor Having sold my residence to Dr. WILSON. when who favors the treaty Black, bought u Hos- 'irgil Kinnaird, Home of the late William and Lucy Anderson for sale privately. Republicans are insisting and the League, over Mr. Mor ital property in and Muncie, Indiana, to not only on lighting the pres row who "seems to be" against be given possession in 30 days. I ent campaign on State issues, it. nsk that nil who are indebted to me liU acres right at the city limits or Lancaster, on the Danville and Lanin any way, call at my office anil but on making those issues the THE PEOPLE'S settle, for when I leave you will ago, when issues of four years OPPORTUNITY. have to settle with my attorney, caster, pike, with long pike frontage. the people, after due delibera Kentuckians have never in Kespcctfull, tion, decided that whatever their lives had a finer oppor John M. Acton. the faults of Owsley Stanley tunity to do the State a real Children with good homes want to they preferred him to Ed Mor- service than they will Have elp those who have none. Are you November 4th. No candidate row. It is not possible for of any party every measured ith them? them, however, to avoid the up to a higher standard of citLAUGH! consequences of Republican izenship than Governor James Consists of a brick, seven room residence, two halls and two porch- war on the President in the D. Black. A christian gentle If you want an evening of whole- .l . . mt mr i man, United States Senate. R.eep this in mind if you want a good The open whose life has been an ome fun, hear M. A. Cassidy; hum es. New seven acre toDacco Darn. book: respected and es orous reader at the Bueua Vista Con. animus of that fight against teemed by his neighbors with solidated Saturday evePresident Wilson is stated suc- out regard to party; a lawyer ning, Oct.School next eight o'clock. farm. This is one of the best small farms in the county. The land is 18th, at cinctly but powerful in the ad- of ability and a successful dmissioif 25 and 16 cents. Proceeds very productive, most all of the 120 acres being hemp and tobacco land. dress of Congressman Alvin business man, his candidacy apply on Teacherage. Look this one over before you buy, for the land is fertile, lies well, and the W. Bnrkley as chairman of the hould anneal to those Ken tuckians who hold Democratic State Convention of the State above the welfare any party owner may have all the conveniences of city and the benefits of country when he said: and especially to those who "And then when this army have fought the battles of iigk Grade Tobacco Farms life. Remember the farm is going to be sold in order to settle the estate trow th hlxhrat had driven the enemy back at Democracy for so many years. ityLlmtona Tanns that Hkri. within .Untilqual of vt lohicra on tsloiA heirs-at-Iarequest you to see their Bcllcau Wood, "at Chateau Governor Black has been a lxMiUvllit) at priwa nagiag inn 7l.oo to tu -- a) of the late Lucy F. Anderson. The lbU land Democrat in a section of Ken lr arrr. Light BuxWy rruvi from lu Hu of tobMYo to Thierry, at Fismes, at St. l, tucky where men were Demo- irons InvuUablT bnn Lha h Lateral lh ioi, lha agent or attorney. pncM on lnirlnf lit part wr of hava in the Argonne Forest crats solely from principle. Ho leuuUflUeiurttk million dollars worth wa farm old practically a iala to Kentucfclana and and all the other immortal is entitled to the vote of every property ua wbr th purchajernotoM atwa U vr a or tnM by spots where American blood Democrat in Kentucky. Ho 0vrn fur tha prica paid. and should get the vote of every Com to Jf enonTilMuuter14 ut www you wbat' sanctified the soil of France, no oMlamuwia. hava. You wiU I If he does that and that enemy with broken independent. VtHfkt hwvuee 4 JUaky Ca. the doom of the Republican sword and flag of truce sued millionaire combine is assured JeeffaraonviUa, bad. ' Vaeshe BMg J. E. ROBINSON, Attorney. for peace on terms laid down November 4th. IB RAT-SNAlt-p- d f 1.50 Year. that victorious army, KILLS RATS. Of Duroe Hogs. FINE FARM FOR o Improvements ... FOR SALE u w Mi-hie- 0. W. Aft&rson, Agent, 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 16. 1919. RAT-SNAP SECTION 2 THiRTiETiiiYCAR NUMBER 21. IF WHEN A CHILD HAS CROUP. Thousands of mothers say Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound is the Lest remedy they know for croup, coughs und eolils. It cut the thick, clink-in- g mucus, let.r .away the phlegm, open nlr pnsmees. nnd enses hoarse ness, The gnepinK. strangling fight for brentli give. way to quiet breath- ins nd peaceful sleep. I!. K, MciMIIKKTS, Druggist 10.'J-- lt. ndv. KILLS RATS West em WATER Elsctric Mi AND POWER SYSTEM COMPLETE. ( Wise Pipe and Pipe-les- s Furnace Absolutely prevent Alro .i . '. s i from inrcass. One package P comes In r... tM HAT-SNixmg uilli ntlicr fnuil .hi ntcpil. ur-enough fur Pan .' tiji (I , 'litclicn or cellar. ,1c, i le (2 cake.) for Chicken .it . ci on.-- , or iimall building?. CI. 00 ilie (G ciUi) enough for r. storage far r nml 'ji.ldingt or fnitory buildings. ld and Guaranteed by McRob-crtDrug Store nml Hntcldcn Pros, ck) THE UNIVERSAL CAR BUCKEYK Mr. Went Smith and Thomas Mor- ford were in lleren Tuesday. Mrs. Hubert has been vis. iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I' llrov. n. .Messrs Henry Dunn nnd Allen Morris were in Cincinnati last ueek to consult nn eye specialist. Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Kllis of Paint Lick were guests of Mr. nml Mrs. A. C Miles Tuesday night. Mr, Harrison Kay and grand-soHarris llrown attended the funeral of Mr. Ilroun at Dee Lick last week. Mr. nnd .Mrs. S. ,N'. Morford and daughter Christine nml son, Walter Durnani, were in Cincinnati from Thtirsi'ay until, Saturday, Mrs. Hiram l!ay, "Mrs. It. W. Sin dirs, Mrs. Nora Teater, .Misses Kthel Kay, Snllie Lou Teater and Hope Sanders spent the day id Danville, Wednesday, MAKE POULTRY PAY. Nothing will pay you such big re turns on your investments as keep ing a few- - chickens. Hut you want theni to lay when eggs are highest in winter. 11. A. THOMAS' POULTRY IIKMKDY will increase egg production for it contains the very in gredients the hen requires; nt this season. W. A. DICKKItSO.V. Uncnster Ky. '1 adv. alv. CAKIERSVILLE. t. Bastin DG DG Brothers, DG The oil men. hiivc come back to drilling on the well again. Lancaster, Kentucky. 3G DC r .IhMfomot opaininq process 1 nt oft U ib'a Luther Huberts was cripplvil last week. .Mr ,1'. P. Ilryant sold n nice steer to Mr. John Pennington for 7 cents Mki Ksteltu Davis m the guest of Mm Myrtle Carter lat Saturday. Little .Minn Virginia Davis spent the .Sumlay with little Cora C. Mr Very badly by n hor5e Most of the Gas Companies throughout the country use a fleet of l'onl Runabouts. The same is true of other big corporations. The reasons arc very practical: The Ford Runabout is the most economical .solution of quick tra" portation from manufacturer to retailer. I'cr soliciting business, for the Collector, for the Doctor, Contractor, Uuildcr, and almost every other line of business activity, rhc Ford Runabout is really a necessity. We solicit yourprder for one or more. We ask your repair business. We would like your motor accessory business. We can serve you, vc believe, to your best advantage. Haselden Bros. Garage 'TJil Lancaster, Ky. lF?i ifvABwtaitPls I I I W 1 Ily the. .imnlf i ati. ivfr tJ.1 K'ft oil cr I 1 lurniurr UjiK.bif, fn' inuii" tr 4!l THE wkt fco ft L -- riini Miecin jrplv ttriutiM hirdxi rfnli r" iu'Ic fmiilwd uWi, Ju.ri, (nnditotk ana tlpTji.l;t.UnJratilil.rm!hirJoKlfinr:, Dirt who hai Mrs. Klmer Woolwine, been very ill is some belter nt this writing. Miss Cora Hoop win the recent ut-s- t of Mrs. John Pennington at IjjuoII. Miss Anna Mae Crcen is isltlnt; ?.ir and Mrs. Cris Sowder at Point ' oni in rich cin. Iirn to ir ' . STORE IN YOUR LOCALITY O- - f ta l ym Mt ttftsj (tW tart)t miJ 'J c4 tM rif aataltw ta ,nuti s4 il pmil, Ciar M kr mr qKr tnt ittvt-- luf ftutM. O dimmer vtfi ,mJ TUC OMtO VANNIftM COMPANY, CICVCLAND, McKOHKRTS DRU(S STORK I -- Frost Salt $3.50 Superior--Fen- ce per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. of Ijiii-catMiss Delia Ilea Centers anil Is here visiting frienils relatives. Mr. J. T. Allen is still in a very critical condition, he seems not to be improving any. Mr, nml Mrs. William Italian! was the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). 1. (iahbard. Mr and 'Mrs. C. P. Turner and CUNN'S CHAPEL. children visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Turner last week Master Holiert Lee Anion has been Davis ill. Misses Susie arid Kstella were the pleasant guests of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hurt are mov Mary Lee Calicolast Friday night. ing to the Paint Lick ferry. Mijs Myrtle Teater spent the week Mr. Bentley I'arsun left last SatOhio, end with Miss Iitie. Ray on Poor for Hamilton Unlav niglil where he expects to pend the win Ridge. ter. Dr. (!. M. llendren and Mr. John Pennington Ijind motored to N'icholasville Sat Mr. and Mrs. Felix pleasant urday, the were und children KUests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Itoop, Mr. Morriss Calico of Nicholas, Sunday. ville has been here with relatives and Mrs. J. P. Turner unit children friends. were the pleasant truesta of her parMr. nnd Mrs. Allen Teater were ents, Mr, iind Mrs. J. T. Allen last guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Land Sunday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Oddie Itobinson and Mrs. Tom Dailey und two children with Tuesday children were the pleasant guests of of McCreary spent her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. P. Ilry- Mrs. John Wesley Dailey. ant nt the weeks end. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster and d Mr. Murion Wells' little son children spent Sunday with Mr. and accident when Mrs. Floyd Ray of Teatersville. to a very sad a mule kicked him in the face, probMrs. Ilettie Irvine and Mr, Robert ably resulting fatal to his ees: Irvine were guests of Mr. und Mrs. Little Misses Delia Kea, Myrtle J. I). Bobbin a part of last week. and Nellie and Master Fred Centers Mr. and Mrs. II. M, Kurtz and were the pleasant guests of their three children were in Harrodsburg urand-narenMr. and Mrs. D. D. and Danville shopping Thursday, Center over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Dailey There will be a pie supper at Car- und sons, were recent guests of Mr. tersville school house Saturday night and Mrs. Robert Whitakcr on Scotts Oct. 'J5th., for the benefit of the Fork. Home Club. Kverybody Orphans Mr, und Mrs. Sidney Smith were conic and help u good cause. called to Harrodsburg Thursday by Mm. Mary Carter went to iier gar the serious illness of the formers den the other day to get kome beets, brother. finding several large ones with one Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Ilogie und atmuch larger than usual, upiAi weigh tractive little daughters were guests ing it, it tipped the scales 7 i! lbs. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel in Mad. NORTHERN SEED RYE TEST 99 PER CENT Car Load Just Received. Garrard Milling Company at 0 I I i I I Seed Wheat AS YOU KNOW GOOD SEED WHEAT IS SCARCE THIS YEAR. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH AN OLD WORN OUT DRILL. SEE OUR LINE OF NEW of The Pie Supper at the 1. O. (). F. Hall for the benefit of the Carters- ville Sunday Sciiool, was n very good success, in. spite of the rainy weath er. Pies iind cakes till umounted to JIM. KO. word Mr ('. S. lioop received from Dr. II. II. .Montgomery, that he hnd his lumber and brick ordeted for hir residence, und the basement and cistern complete and would.be ready for him to begin building soon. OF SICKNESS. FORERUNNERS ure Indigestion und conctlpation the forerunners of half the ills of When food is properly mankind. digested, you arc free from billious-nesgas, bloating, sick headache, sour stomach coated tongue. Foley Cathartic Tablets cleunso tho bow els, ivveetep the stomach nnd invigorate the liver. It. n. McKOIlF.UTS, DrugclJt. t. adv. THE CHEVROLET MOTOR CAR Ison, Sunday. and Mr. and Mrs.'j. D. Uobbitt daughter, Miss Agnes, spent from Friday until Sunday with relatives in Richmond. Mr. und Mrs. J. R. Sparks enter- (!) tained the following, Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks and children, Mr linil Mm .fpssi, nml Mr I nnd Mrs. Willi,, Masters. Ora U., the pretty little daughter of Mr. ami .Mrs. D. Fothergill had the misfortune of getting 11 pin lodged i In her throat one day last week. She was tnken to Lancaster immediately to Dr. (iilbert who removed it. floi' KENTUCKYS THEY WILL SOW ANY GRAIN AC- in every The Chevrolet Motor Cnr is respect. Iiuilt for servico ami comfort, i Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "3aby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. 0. 13. Factory. A car load of these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. d a tc rvirr i I 1 N. L. PREWITT PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Keatwky. Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster; Ky R. F. D. No. 3 so do mice, onco they eat RAT-SNAAnd they leave no odor behind. Don't tuko our word for it try u package. Cats and dogs won't touch it. Rats pass up all food to get RAT-SNAThree sizes. 25c, sii (t cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar, SOc. sJi. (2 caks) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 sis (8 csfcaO enough for storage. all farm and buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by McRob- erts Drug Store and Hatelden Bros. adv. I CURATELY LARGE OR SMALL. SEE US FOR ANYTHING YOU NEED. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. BECKER BRYANTSVILLE, and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. I v The Central Record, Lancaster, an Ky Thursday Oct 16, 1919 FLOCK It nuti you In Keep tlil Clipping, for It In Valuable. tuucli with the Men you want, for they nre noteil to te laml hlcher than unyboily tl.w fn thl huslnrm. FREQUENCY OF FEED FOR CHICKEN Fowls in Confinement Must Be Given Good Attention. Is Idle Birds Often Contract Pernicious Habits, Such at Feather Pulling and Egg Eating Get Out of Condition. - (rrrrarei y the t'nllf.1 Stairs roent of AtrlMitture ) Prt- - mharaln acientincallf ataJtd package of 30 elgtmit or Camala aro told arary are in a class by themselves easily the the most likable cigarette you Simply compare ever smoked. You can prove that Camelspuff-by-pun-" With any cigarette-ithe world at any price Put quality, flavor and cigarette satisfaction to the utmost test I CAMELS ! I lenpeckef300clganl(e$) in ila$ainepeporcovored carton. We ttrongly recom mend thte carton for tho homo or office aupply or whan you travel. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Sale- N. C. Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how liberally you smoke them t The expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so Every yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-miltime you light one you get new and keener enjoyment I Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are N enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality t d, Some pnultr)men feed their flock twice n ilny. while nllirr" friil them three limes n ilny. The Ix'M plan I" tn feeil fowls In confinement three lime' ii ilay nml those hating free ranee In WIDK-AWAKMitninrr twin n ilay. When there la n ery Inns Interval between feeds It I' difficult tn keep fowls busy wlihh are Kept In ei'iiflneinent. Idle fowls LANCASTER, KKNTUCKY. nften mntrnrt liinl habits, mill ns feiillier pulling ami egg rating, beside T ' KI.KIN, Sali-- Mur S. A. WAI.KKIt, Con. Mcr Hi iln J nut nf lomlllloii frnni link of $ exerrlM'. In ran- - It I lint rominlcut to feeil three tlnics n ilay, the innlteneil iiin.li may he fel In the morning, and at the rame lime the noon feeil nf grain nay lie scattered In the litter, hlh urre farm known an celebrate. I "White Iliver" Kami, at J30.00 will keep the fimli lmy 11 treat part per acre. 150 ncrca bottom laml, 150 arrea Inch laml, 132 acres in i!nM, nf the lay. BO acrr,in Umber, ix room ilwrllini;, two tenant houej, three itooil lnrn. Knr tlne who rnnnnt comenlently milra from feed their fimls early In the mnrnltie 'J00 bie thrifty bearing fruit treen, fine water, locateil only?' fleilfonl, 1ml., a town of I'J.Olil). Kami i on good pike nml in In hiach lnte of rultixntion, proilurinc alfalfa, line corn, ami etr. !'urchaer rouhl eauily iliviilc it into two or four farma. Klrnt time It waa eer otfrrril for mile. For full Owner 1.1 oM nml run io longer look after it. A big bargain. particulars, mldrrM, on enrth to soil earth, for you know "The host bank on earth is earth Itsolf." We are AUCTION SI'KCIAI.ISTS anil always sell as atlvertlseil. You make the jirice. We make the tleed. We have sold land everywhere, for the sale you attended was a financial success for the OWNHIl We carry the three host auctioneers in the country. If you are mlr'rttvl You. know NOW In the time to SKl.U Write, Wire, Cable or Cull Ui. KK.U. KSTATK .MKN. Till: MVE the host way Public; Auction VICTORY REALTY CD. FARM FOR SALE. MAY REALTY COMPANY, SOMKKSKT, KKNTtJCKV. His Fellow-rccllnTIrnry hr.d been eerely soiMimI for looked hut III" rol turning' "IT llm e.itcr nflir In- - li.nl He!" lilr of tin- - tennier: "Aliitnmn. they put been p!nln In tin li.iilt till). Some ton mndi Mnlns: In thl water." Whh'i time Inler Ihere na n i louilhurtt near ' liltn; tin liN home, tiint us In' twin of another tot who rrmlml" nl;e nf n ftooihit strict til" mother heard IiIiii the claimed on atramer: "h. look, motlur. Dial Imat HI)' til llllllM'If. "I lilt MltSW- llllgl'l l In !ie.inc nil ll oap." ItoMon mtrlilii.: It for fnrsrttlin; to turn nit the wiilcr.'1 Wash-Da- on the Deep. On her llrM trii m Nantucket, Utile Hanging Too Coed for Thl Man. Tin iiii'tinc't tiinti tiai tiM'ti fnmul. Hp was In Philadelphia the ntlii'r ilny. He rnliliiMl nn nlil woman, nt tin nf tin- - recelwr nf Imi" office In tin- - i lly Imll. nf her Nicket Imm.U, mhlch niiiiiilii.il her tux Mil iiml ST.'I with hlili tn pny It: ami tn.liur latrr mailed her llii lilll, aftiT writing nn It, "Iliif lln Pay jour tnxe." Public Sale OF Beat Plan to Keep Confined Fowli Buty Scratching for Their Food, n chh1 plan - In palter craln plnitl fully In Hie litter nfler lln; lilpl lia TI1I1 craln "III fur snne In n!ti feeil fnr the earlr limriilitc. Some miiliry fetileri run lxpk after their fnuh nitly niiee u ilay It thli Ih In the mnrnlnj. uitilten,'i ma! ma) Im feil, fnlht.l hy tlirnnlnr train In tin- - litter tn futriMi feeil fm the rrmnlniler nf the ilay.. If lt"1 In the eenlni;. hefnre ilarl., n nml.teneil mauli may he Klttn, iiimI either aftet the funli git tn riHi.t nr In the mnrn Inc. I.efnre ilalli:lit. train may ! In the litter fnr entliis ilur Ine the ilay. nit. and from there we went to Japan" Tlk about experiences that moit adventures I -Men in the Navy come home with the kind of beef on our shoulders and hair on your chest. You till get 10 care. free vaca a year, not counting; lion shore leave in home or foreign ports. You will have the kind of com. radeship In travel that tadors know. You will have rrgular payj over and above your meals, lodg. Ing and your first uniform outfit good stuff all of it. You can Join for two year. When you get through you'll be physically and mentally "tuned up" for the rest of your life. You'll be ready through and through for SUCCESS. There's a Recruiting Station right near vou. If you dont know uhere It Is; your Postmaster will be glad to tell you. PROPER PRUNING OF GRAPES Beat to Cut Away Old Fruiting Canei at or Near' Where Ntfv Cant " Hat Started. prunlnc Vnipe nne hhnuM keef that the nlil mm1 that hn Imme fruit nilee never hear niralii. Ihal theiiHNl that l fnrmeil one feanr priMlurei the next enmi, nml that II all the new WihmI Ix left nn thf lnen It nlil lienr mure ruren nl fruit l hit n ran projierly ilevelnp. With nut recant In the yteui nf trnlnlnc fnllnueil. It hai heell fnlinil het t( rut nnny the nlil frultllic raiiei- nt ni near Ihe point where the nen- rnn Ktarteil nnil'rut nnny the lateraN on the new nine. Tn In ml ml Live Stock &, Implements WILL BE SOLD ON Navy and evrt red. blooded young follows like you an opportunity to step aboard nd "shove off". v What uill you set out of It? Just this: A chance to rub elbows with foreign folks tn strange parts of the world. The chance for good honest work on shipboard the kind of work that trachesyou something real; the kind of work that puts big chaps read of only in the books. Here's your chancel Uncle Sam has, at you know, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 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- In A To may Fathtr and AforAerr N.wr Tout bor't land, ..11.1, .,. BUILD SUED FOR MACHINERY kkl .1,., t.pa.,Ai .,rP' AT 10. O'CLOCK. -- Implement! Are Going Up Rapidly Ir Price and Arc Worthy of Ample Protection. 1'nrni innililnery rnti frnui .HI t per rent lanre than It illil l Kt III culm; up. Ilm e.iri ucn, ami mmli nf .Miill'i to Mainline nut In lln weather wllh niily an apple tree fm prnleitlnn? ' flel It iimler "heller at mire nml hmIi Ii nut for mir ibw tlniiH fnr merhaiillni- - ami repalrlm: II Half ii ilnren Kit, ii few Mile, u ilay'a wnrk fnr two men ami a team nml n few InmN nf the utrnw yuti nn hiirnlni; nr iillnnln-- ; tn nil, will hullil nn an)niK an fine ii machinery rmiM nk. g UKI STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, ETC. One Hereford bull one year old; one Hereford cow; Two Red-MilCows; One Jersey Cow; Two Large Roan Cows; Four Spring Bull Calves; Two Heifer Spring Calves; One Yearling Heifer; Forty Five Black Faced Ewes, young ones; Two good Bucks, one and two years old, Southdowns; One pair of Sorrel Mare Mules; 21 Head of Two-yeold Home Grown Cattle. One Six H. P. Fairbanks Morse Engine; One Dick Blizzard No. 9 e One Corn Planter; One Sulky Hay Rake; Two McCormick 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 Plows; One Five Tooth Tobacco Plow; One Two Horse Cultivator; One Two Horse Sled; One Pond Scraper; One Half interest in Wheat Fan; One-Ha- lf interest in Scalding Box; One Corn Sheller; Fifty Bales Mixed Hay; Two Sets Buggy Harness; A Lot of Work Harness; One Lot of Rope; One Woven Wire Fence Stretcher; One water Tank; One Lot of Forks and Shovels and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS made known on day of sale. k six-year-old U. S . Navy ' Shove off ! -Join the CLEAN UP SOIL IN ORCHARDS ar Hoe Away All Weeda and Rubblah Un- two-hors- der Treea and Mound About Trunin Scatter Potion. ami In late fall line iiway nil wei-iriihlil'h iimler treei. l.eiive the will clean ami well Crmeil frnni the trunk to hllEhlly lieyitml the upreuil nf the Mnini'l iilinut the trunk limmhe". fllchtly. Scalier p.ilnincil ha Mi In nmilv' iiinwayH, near enlraiieeM tn mule ruuwnyx, nml In trnh plleH npt tn htirlmr iplce. KEEP INSECT PESTS REDUCED Thorough . Cultivation Fertilization, and Attention to Pruning Arc lUicH2i'lM Important N. J. GOSNEY. CAPT, AM. BOURNE, Auctioneer. The Kreat deslrulilllly nf keeplin; reilueeil hy tumlerii nriharil pruc tire, as fertlllzutlnn, IliiToiifli niltlii tlon nml ulteullnn tu pruulni; uml nther cperulluni, cunnnt h elnplnilzcil tmi itruusly ami Ih well apprerlaleil hy inot prurcuhe uml kumful t;ruw. ALL TAX PAYERS and Male Citizens in Garrard County, 21 years of age, and over, who have not given me a list of their property and POLL TAX for this year 1919, must do so NOW as this is the LAST and FINAL NOTICE. REMEMBER the law "requires EACH AND EVERY male citizen 21 years of age and over to sign and swear to a tax. Schedule. Very Respectfully, NOTICE i Garrard County Tax Commissioner. A. T. SCOTT, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 16. 1919 Garrard County Court. LBERT 1 Regular 1919. Term "SSth ilay of Aug-ui- t, few K. of a cigarette! the national joy smoke makes a whale J. HiinLli T.titio Ct certainly get yours amolcccards the table, find toppy rd hg, ttdr ff hsndwom pound KOU for a tidy red tin or a when you lay your Prince Albertonand roll a tin, pound tm humidartri tlf toppy red bag of ndtht eUnr, ptsctittt cigarette I Youll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count rnvnd cryitst git hurrudr . triolein's with ponft moitnt top of your smokcstuntsl Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies thst Pnnc Albert in cucl pfVcf condition t awaiting your call In u home rolled cigarette when it's P. A. for the packing! Talk about flavor! Manxman, you haven't cot the listen of half your t nmokccarrer until you know what rolling 'cm with P. A. can do for your ML contentment! And, back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of Prince Albert's quality stands our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch I With P. A. your smokesong in a makin's cigarette will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard ! Prince Albert U a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular pall Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a jimmy pipo can but It is tho tobacco that has made three men smoke pipes where one was smoLed before. It has won men all over the nation mm Present: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. (J. II. Swlncbrond, ct al, on Petition. To vote on Stock Low In Magisterial District No. 1 The Fiscal Court of Garrard County having heretofore decided by a majority of the members, composing said Court, that elections to regulate Stock running at large under Chnpt. .122 Kentucky Statutes shall be confined to Magisterial Districts: Now this day came G. B. Swinebroad, Jack Adams, Geo. K. Drown, tt nl. and filed a written petition In this Court signed by more than twenty legal voters of Magisterial District No. 1, composing voting precincts Nos. 1, 2, and 3 of said County asking a submission of the question whether cattle, or any species thereof, shall be permitted to run at large in Justice District No. 1 (n Garrard County Kentucky, composed of three voting precincts towit: Court, House No. 1, East Park No. 2 and West Park No. 3. It is now therefore ordered by the Court that an election be held in said .Magisterial District No. 1, for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of such Magisterial District upon the question of whether or not they wish Cattle, or any species- thereof, to run at large in said District, and the officers of the election in such District in said voting precincts Nos. 1, 2 nnd 3 are direct ed to open a Poll at the next regular election to be held in said District on Tuesday November 4th, 191U, for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voter of such District upon the question whether or not they wish Cattle, or nny species thereof, generally to run at large in said District. with Said Tititioners deposited the County Court at the time of filing of, the petition herein the sum of the twenty five dollars ($25.00) smourt lircd by the Court to defra; upon the expenses of the election this question. The County Clerk nnd Sheriff arc directed to adtertkc and give notice of said election by publication thereof at least twenty days before the of election in at leiwt four(issues tne Central Kecord.a newspaier published in LancaMcr Garrard County, Kentucky, nd having the target bena-titl- e circulation in mid county. Said Clerk will take all necessary steps required by law to hold said election in accordance with said provision of See's No. 164G, 4C47, 4G48, 4649, 4 (I.- -I and 4GS1 jot Carrols edition o( 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 lc held at the regular voting places at the regular November ilection, on Tuesday November 4th, 1919 as directed by, and per-suato, and in accordance with the foregoing order of the Garrard County Court. J B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. A. K. Walker, Sheriff G. C. of twenty five dollars ($20,00) lA. B. Wynn, ct al, and filed a written amount fixed by the Court to defray petition in this Court signed by more the expenses of the election upon tcrial District No. 4 composing this question. twenty legal voters of Maglv The County Clerk and Sheriff are ing precincts Nos. 8 nnd U of said to advertise and give notice! County asking a submission - of the directed of said election by publication there-- question whether cattle Br nny spec-o- f nt least twenty days before the lea thereof, shall be permitted to run election In nt least ?our .issues of nt large In Justice District No. 4 In a newspaper Garrard County Kentucky, composed the Ccntrnl Record, in published Garrard of two voting precincts towit: Paint County Kentucky, and having the.Uck No. 8 nnd Union No. 9. InrgeA circulation in said, It is now therefore ordered by the County. Court thatnn election be held in said , Said Clerk will take all necessary I Magisterial District No. 4 for the steps required by law to hold said j purpose of ascertaining the will of election in accordance with said pro- - the voters of such Magisterial Dis- vision of See's No. 4840, 4C47, 4048,' trict upon the question of whether 4019, 4G50 and 4C51 of Carrols or not they wish Cattle, or any specedition of the Kentucky Statutes. ies thereof, to run at large In said A true copy: Attest District, anil thu officers of the elecJ. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. tion in such District in raid voting By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. precincts Nos. 8 and 9 arc directed Notice is hereby given that an to open a Poll at the next regular election will, be held at the regular election to be held in said District voting places at the regular Novem- on Tuesday November 4th 1919, for ber election, on Tuesday November the purpose of ascertaining the will 4th, 1919 us directed by, nnd pcr- - of the voters of such District upon suant to, and in accordance with the the question whether or not they foregoing order of the GarrarL wish Cattle, or nny species thereof, Ctunty Crurt. generally to run at large in said DisJ. B. BOURNE. Clerk G. C. C. trict. By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. Said Petitioners deposited with A. K V.'nlker, Sheriff G. C. the County Cout at the time of filing of the petition herein the sum of County Court. f.vcty fr.c dollars (25.O0) thj Regular Term 3th day of August amount fied cj the Court o deff ly the expenses of the election upon in in. question. Present: It..n. Forest Stann. Judife. Th! County C lurk i.nd Sheriff are A T. Sanders, et al. on Petition. directed to advertise and give notice To vote on Stock I.uw in Magistcr-vot-th1 bonn-fide i Garrard I 1 to the joys of smoking. - J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, With H,r "Brood." Winstoo-SaJem- ,' N.'C Mil heard her mint spvnk nf the Unit were following- a hen i hlcl.t-i- i A new nrlchtmr moved itk a liriNMt. dour tii Ida with Ate children.! Mn vim' thrill following their mother about the liHrk Jard, and ..he ald to net Hrr the ludy lth her her mother' brood nf lillclrrn following her," Placing th. Responslblllt. "When thine lire pilnj bimkI tlnnn dally I notice men alwny nay Tine" ll Valid, when yni auk them how they nre." ohienes H. V. Morh,iid nf Suhethn. "lint when finances Uuk a little ihirk, Big Yield of Bone. The lament )lvhl nf Imiiii' from u sin- ak how he I. The al f nwer l gle whale m taken In 1!:t nnil OM woman's growling,' nr "Children mighty poorly.'" Kansai City Star. uiiiiiuiitiil to 3.1U' jiouniR Title l Optimistic Ths, ght. inny he purt'lmiil. hut lrluo nly mill Hint iintUfi the bargain 78 Acres Gariard County Sand Stone Land at Garrard County Court. Regular Term 28 day of July 1919 Present: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. N. J. Gosnoy, et al On Petition. To vote on Stock Law in Magister ial District No. 2. The Fiscal Court of Garrard Coun ty having heretofore decided by a majority of the members, composing snid Court, that elections to. reg ulate Stock running nt large, under Chnpt. 1'--"-' Kentucky Statutes shall be confined to Magisterial Districts: Now this day came N. JGosney, E. W. Perkins, W. S. Bowling et al. and filed u written petition in .this Court signed by more than twenty legal voters of Magisterial District precincts No. 2 composing voting Nos. 4 and t of said County asking a submission of the question whether cattle, or uny species thereof, shall be permitted to run at large in Jus tice District No. 2 in Garrard Coun ty Kentucky, composing of two vot ing precincts towit: Wwst Bryants, ville No. 4 und East Bryantsville No, Q. AUCTION ' TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER Saturday, Oct. 10 o'clock. 18th, SUBDIVIDED AND SOLD IN 5 TRACTS. Located on Buckeye pike 6 miles Lancaster. Splendid frontage on pike. That good sandstone land. The best tobacco 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 pnly last a short time For further particulars see Milo Simpson, or Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man or W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. It is now therefore ordered by the Court that an election be held in said Magiaterial District No. 2 for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of such Magisterial District upon the question of whether or not they wish Cattle, or any species thereof, to run at large In said District, and the officers of the election In such District In said vot ing precincts Nos. 4 and S are directed 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 tho voters of such Dis trict upon tho question whether or not they wish Cattle, or any species thereof, generally to run at large in said District. Said Petitioners deposited with the County Court at the time of filing of the petition herein the sum Now this day came A. T. Sanders, Talton May, Wesley Simpson, W. B. Ray et al, and filed a written .petition in this Court signed by more than twenty legal voters of Magisterial District No. 3 composing voting precincts Nos. G and 7 of said County asking a submission of the question whether cattle, or any species thereof, shall be permitted to run nt large in Justice District No. 3 in Garrard County Kentucky, composed of two voting precincts towit: Buckeye No. fi and Walker School House, No. 7. County Coart. by the It is therefore ordered J. fi. BOURNE. Clerk G. C. C. un election be held in .Court that By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. said Magisterial District No. 3 for A. K Walker, Sheriff G. C. purpose of ascertaining the will the Magisterial of the voters of such Hava Nt Chrnee ti Forgt. District upon the question of whethThree ep.irtite Inflations ore nsn-all- y er or not they wish Cattle, or any sent to ctieMs In lilnn. Tlio tint species thereof, to run at large in said District, and the officers of the Is dispatched' iiOMT.il iljy hefnrt' the banquet, the un the il.iy ISeir, election in such District in said vot- as a reminder, :iwl V llilnl an ing precincts Nos. G and 7 are dir- hour before t!u J!tt!n d vvnnlumt the tu ected to open n Poll at the next reg- table. ular election to be held in said District on Tuesday November 4th 1919 Put Characttr Above Alt. for the purpose of ascertaining the One of the saying of the late J. P. will of the voters of such District Morgan that will be remembered after upon the question whether or not his art collection' glories have been they wish Cattle, or any species forgotten, was: "l will loan any thereof, generally to run nt large in amount of money to u man of character but nothing to n man of bad ran District, Lrepiite. no matter what his security.'' with 'Saiit Petitioners deposited the County Court at the time of filSapphires and Diamonds. ing of the petition herein the sum of probably not as valThe sapphire the uable as the diamond, roughly speaktwenty 'five dollars ($25.00) by the Court to defray ing, although rompartion Is dimwit, amount fixed upon owing to taste In color, and to the difthe expenses of the election fering values as rise Increase. For this question. rise The County Clerk and Sheriff are Instance, the price of a diamond In proportion to the square of Its directed to advertise and give notice weight, a two-carstone bringing four of said election by oublication there- tlires as much as one of one carat. of at least twenty days before the (Let me add that 1MH carats equal of one ounce Troy weight.) election in nt least four issues the Central Record.a newspaper published in Lancaster Garrurd County, Kentucky, and having the largest Your bona-fid- e 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. 4G4G, 4G47, 4G48, Orlpinf r Pain. QutrantM. 4G49, 4G50 and 4651 of Carrols edition of the Kentucky Statutes. Tho orrana of digestion, naslmlU-tlo- n A true copy: Attest and elimination th stomach liver and bowel ar closely allied J. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C, and th proper action of any of the organs is largely dependent upon tha By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. correct functioning1 of all the others. Notice Is hereby given that an your liver Into action "Whipping with calomel or forcing: your bowel election will be held at the regular 11 h Irritating laxatives or strong, voting places at the regular Novemcathartics Is a great mistake. A bet ter. safer plan Is strengthening and ber election, on Tuesday November toning the w hole dlgcsth o and ellmlna-th- e system .Vflt!iNaturt'j Rtmsdy 4th, 1919 ns directed by, and per-suaNH Tablets), which not only brings. Immediate relief, but genuine and lastto, and in accordance with tho ing beneAt. It acta on th stomach, UBJi;) ail) jo jopjo auioS.uoj lher. bowels and kidneys, Improves digestion and assimilation, overcome County Court. biliousness, corrects constipation and quickly relieves slclc headache. J. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. Oct your system thoroughly cleansed By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. and purified for one: atonvwh, liver and bowels working together In vig A. K. Walker. Sherir G. C orvus harmony, and you will not have to take medicine every diy Just taka one Tablet occasionally to keep your system In good condition and al ways feel your best. Item ember it U August easier and cheaper to) keep well than Regular term 25th day of it Is to get well. - try 1919. Get a SSo box and It with tha understanding that It must fhs yott Trescnt: Hon Forest Stapp. Judge. greater relief and benefit than any or Petition, bowel or llvec medicine you ever used J. B. Woods et al. or no pay. Nature's Remedy INK in MagisterTo Vote on Stock Tablets) Is sold, guaranteed aa4 recommended by your druggist ial District No. 4. Garrard it. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. of Court The Fiscal County having heretofore decided by a majority of tao members, composing said Court, that elections to regulate Stock running at large, under Chapt. 122 Kentucky Statutes shall bo conilned to Magisterial Districts: Now this day came J, D Woods, D. A. Hervey, Wei. Royston, hm-i1,nrtnfnr .toi.ll l,v n majority of the members, composing said Court, that elections to regulate Stock running nt large, under Chnpt 122 Kentucky Statutes shal' be confined to Magistciiat Districts: ial District No. U. Thc Fiscal Court of Garrard I Coun-- 1 of sa''' election by publication theie- of a leait twenty days before the CICCIIOI1 111 111 least IOUr ISSUeS OI the Central Records newspaper published in I.iinc.utcr Garrard County, Kentucky, and having the largest bonn-Pd- e cirrubition 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. 464G, 4G47, 4G43, 4G31 4G49, 4G50 nnd 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 Garrard DiH't Prod Livir ti ActiiN Garrard County Court. )w The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 16, 1919. n Building Lots, Cow Pastures end it Sale OF 1 Stock, Crop, Etc. As Administrator, of James M. Sanders, deceased, will on FRIDAY, OCT. 24 th, J Just outside the City Limits of Lancaster TWO BRAND NEW AT AT 10 O'CLOCK, Af mit iw,y DWELLINGS AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25th Ifnrnitiivp prmsisstimr of nnn Pnlv 'P.iKln. Cnn lli.mt I (Table; One Sugar Chest; One Chest of Drawers; Two sets of Chairs and other things too numerous to mention. Also at the same time and place will sell for myself, an aged breed old gelding; One mare; One old gelding; One fine saddle mare; One coming old horse. mule; Four old steers;; Two yearling steers; Five fat heifers; three good red milk cows; One jersey cow, all fresh; two dry fat cows; Three good weanling calves; 50 good black faced ewes; One good Jack; One carriage, pole and set of double harness. About 150 barrels of corn; .M00 bales of hay; 1 stack of hay; and numerous other things. Terms made known on dav of sale. v ar ar 2-y2-y- til.m-rums C?.. . pultun uiict T7V..1.,, Ule OUKU . 'Pi,..,-.,- . Vl e UUK, .. i. ....it a i.i JOL Ol OKI .. .1.1 i eJLSI1 1 i i )11CU 2:30 O'CLOCK, (SHARP). This is part ofthe W. R.jCook farm on the North side of Danville Street, just beyond City Limits of Lancaster, Ky., recently purchased by J. W. Smith and Theo Currey. They have just finished 2 new houses on this property, and on the above date we will subdivide the 42 acres and sell to the High Dollar. About 4 acres of land will be sold with each dwelling. The new dwellings just finished are two story each have 6 rooms, cabinet mantels, large dining room, well lighted, good size kitchen with large pantry, front and back porch; closets in every room, concrete columns at front porch, new cistern at door; garage; wired for city electric lights, level yard to pike; large maple shade trees. Very desirable and beautiful homes. You move right into a brand new house. We will also sell several building lots on each side of these houses. We have subdivided the remainder of the tract into cow pastures and Baby farms; 2 to 10 acre tracts. On one tract of about 10 acres there is a large, well built 10 acre tobacco barn. Plenty of water. This will be an absolute sale to the High Dollar, and you can do no better than to look over this property and buy close to Lancaster with all the advantages of Schools, Churches, proBanks and the New Tobacco Warehouse. A wide-awak- e gressive town with cultured and hospitable people. This is the place to make your home in "The Land of Now." For further particulars and blue prints and to show you the property see J. W. Smith and Theo Currey, at Lancaster, A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. J. W. "SANDERS. 75 -- ! THE DANDY C. AC Rt FARM OF T. MONTGOMERY I ' Subdivided, at Public Auction on the Premises Tuesday, Oct. 21st At 10:30. A. M. This nifty little farm is located in Casey County about three miles below Middleburg and Liberty Pike. 45 acres of this rich fertile farm is in first bottoms and as rich as cream. It will produce 12 barrels to the acre. Fifteen acres upland mostly in grass and balance in timber. About $300 to $400 in ties and saw lumber. Block walnut land. It lies well with long pike frontage and will be subdivided into several tracts to suit purchaser and then offered as a whole. In splendid community, close to school and church and just a stone's throw from the pike with good gravel road leading to same. house; three porches; Nice four-roospacious IMPROVEMENTS: hall, etc; three room tenant house; tobacco barn, 51x36, large stock barn and small barn; crib with shed, buggy house, milk house with concrete floor and all Fine orchard. Well watered, two wells, everlasting sorts of outbuildings. spring, creek, etc. This farm is located right, splendidly improved, fine dirt, a producer and money maker. It is all we claim for it and even more. We invite the closest inspection. The more you look the more you will bid. Places like this arc scarce and hard to get hold of. Don't let this Golden Opportunity get away from you. You don't have chances like this every day to get places like this. Look it over before sale day and meet us there then and talk it over with us. It Remember YOU say wlint it is worth. Be is sure to sell for the "High Dollar." on hands promptly on Tuesday, October 21st, at 10)30 a. m., and get your share of the bargains. TERMS very liberal and made known on' day of sale. Col. John B. on the Block. For full particulars, etc., see, write or phone Din-widd- ie or winebroad, "THE REAL ESTATE MAN" W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. Hughes & McCarty PHONES 180, 184, 152. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The Central Record,' Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 16.J9I9 Public Sale Having sold my farm, I will on , 5 X2 68 ACRES EXTRA F k.i I TUESDAY, 06T. 1 ar ar ar ar ar nr 21st, ar ar OTIS FLORENCE Subdivided into Baby Fariu- At my place one mile. from Bucna Vista, an the High Bridge pike, offer at' public auction,, the following property: HORSES old mare; 1 old driving horse; 1 trotting colt;l old saddle old gray saddle filly; 1 lold Ifilly; 1 old trotting mare; 1 old old roan mare; 1 fSraft mare. MULES- - 1 year old horse male; 2 pairs of horse mules; 1 horse horse mule; 1 mare mule; 1 yellow mare mule; 1 pair mule; 1 mare mules; 1 six-year-old ar At Auctioi 1 On Prcrrisc Wednesday. Octc"bex -- 22:i&, old horcc mule. SHEEP 75-pou- 156 No. 1 stock ewes; 4 Southdown rams. HOGS - 2 sows and 14 pigs; 3 jows that will pig by day of sale; 20 ' stock shoats. CATTLE 1 red cow and stcei calf; 1 1200 pound fat cow; 1 Jersey milk cow; 1 red cow and calf; 1 milk cow: 1 Jersey cow and calf; 3 yearling heifers; 1 red bull; 2 yearling bulls; 100 fecding,and stock cuttle. FARMING IMPLEMENTS- - 1 Ccrn King Manure Spreader; 1 wagon; 2 interest in Russell Deering binder; 1 New Troy two-horThreshing machine, corn binder; 2 interest in Clover huller; 1 Tobacco setter; 2 Cultivators, Mower; 3 Vulcan plows; 2 wheat fans; 1 Buck-boar- d and harness; 1 Tarpaulin 18x24; 15000 tobacco sticks; Household and Kitchen Furniture. 1 upright Ellington Piano practically new, also one organ. Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. October 21st. TERMS Liberal and will be made known on day of sale. DINNER ON THE GROUND. jc 1-1-- l 10:30 A. M. This clcgont trect of land is located on Sotr.crtct Avenue, pjvrt of it in l'.c city limits. It is exceedingly rich and f.v.f!e. iWcct r.!i cf it He extra well with good pike frontage, beautiful building ritcr. The very place for fine suburban home with small pcreaqe. Thirteen ncres in lire blue cr&'.j 3d; jixtecn ncres in timothy and balance in tobacco nnci earn. Well watered; sprins concrete trough; extra Irrc cistern, 30 feet deep. Whole place easily accessible to city water and lights no distance to pipe city water and electric lines go by place. Improvements consist of tobacco bf.rn, 40x100; t'.fih bar:, 0:.C0, : :.. small barn, large crib and shed. Fencin;- oa(f. This farm will be subdivided ir.ii live ov fir: tra:" or iy.'j f:.r:n; la t '1 purchaser. It is seldom in a lifetime that you have i. chance tike thic ret want this close in, right at edge of city limits, clctc to fine clr.rrchrj, cchsil. etc It will pay you to look this one over. The were you look the more yo-- ' w:i; It will be an Absolute Sale for the "High Dollar." We will also sell 20C uartds of corn; from ISO to 200 shocks of fodder; two extra good brosd rr.crcs in fcal - to jack. -- Terms very liberal end made known on day of sale. Col. John B. Dinwiddie on the block. Par full particulars, blue prints, etc., see, write or phone A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. J. B. Ruble. Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky Phones 180, 184 and 152. 9 'Hedge Hill' FOR SALE THURSDAY, OCT 23rd, 19 To the Highest and Best Bidder. On this date, at public auction, at the residence, on the Knob Lick Road, five miles West of Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, about the hour of eleven o'clock, A. M., I will sell Acres. the above place, containing One Hundred Eighty-On- e of nine rooms, with a large barn, corn It has a new residence cribs, servants house, garage and tenant house. This is one of, if not the best small farm in Lincoln County; no acre untillable, no part of it second rate, no better land in Central Kentucky for hemp, corn, wheat or tobacco; forty acres now in wheat and rye, fifty acres virgin sod, all the rest It is well watered, well fenced, in high state of cultivation. neighborhood. in a splendid It will be sold on reasonable terms. It will be offered for sale, separately, in two tracts, one and improvements of One Hundred Acres, with residence acres, the other with tenant house and Eighty-on- e thereon; the bid, or bids, from which the most money will be realand ized will be accepted. Possession January 1st, 1920. Both tracts face leading turnpike of County. Farm is within fifteen minutes ride of either Danville or Stanford, and within three miles of Shelby City and Junction City, with railroad facilities, on either the L and N or Q and C Railroad. Those wanting a beautiful home, with fertile acres, will find it in this offer. I) Pile or 1 Sale! i 25 Acre Farm fear Lancaster Having decided to divide the estate we will sell at public auction James LEXINGTON, G. Denny KENTUCKY. AT 10:30 A. M. Our farm containing 125 acres of good fertile land. Located on the Buckeye pike, three miles from La$cii&er. and known as the Arch Whittaker place, adjoining the farm of Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mr. $ Milton Ward. yrhis farm has never been put on the market before and has been owned by present owners for the past twenty years. Included in the improvements is a six room house, with porch, barn room for about four acres of tobacco and everlasting water. The land is the best quality of sand stone, just the kind that brings. (the high price tobacco. There is about sixty acres now in cultivation, the remainder all in grass. Possession given January 1st, with seeding privileges on dayof sale TERMS One half cash, January 1st, balance one and twoearsV ' bearing six per cent interest. x For further particulars see either, -- .Tuesday, Oct, 2 is W. K. LEANELL, Lancaster, Ky. ' B. F. Ic-APT- LEAVELL, Richmond, Ky. . . AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. The Central Record, Lane ster K i him Oct 16. 1919. The Only Tires Built To an Advertised Ideal Seldom do you hear of an entire organization taking pride in an ideal. Rarely will you and a product built to hit so high a mark. by men But that's how Fisk Tires are made whose aim is Concern in tht World to Work for end "To 4W tho tht Squartit Conctrn in ExUUnc to do Butiness with." WAREHOUSE IN Bt JVerf Time-- - BUY FISK Lancaster AT FISK TIRES . Haselden Bros., Garage, Lancaster Central Garage, Lancaster, Ky. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsvllle,Ky PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, I 1. Lav does not inles nay tuvii I have been order, nml I ' whether those tv white nr ycllov. the same In Chang 11 Ordtr. IT Whit III)' IT.e- of; In nil my life NO MORE RATS. PICS MAKE HOGS OF HO(5 When fed B. A. THOMAS' POWDER. It contains the necessary chemical ingredients to promote their growth, makes bone and mus cle and keeps them in perfect health. It is economical to use and pajs for itself many times over In the guir. your pigs make. W. A. DICKKUSON, Lancaster Ky. adv. I i I Dou1-- - Porothy I'lxmt .another ' tew lloors SIM the other HIM Iir.rotby didn't ' didn't kinnv l! nlil: "(VJt. pun tlr! Unit t.ii: ' !' or mice, after you use RAT-SN'Aand It' a jure rodent killer. Try u Pkg. P neer Inquired and prove it. Rats killed uith l!l"ll!Mtl.iin were leave no smell. Cats or dojrs venoy li like gold, won't touch It. Guaranteeil. mitrles. I.I Hung 25c. siie (1 cake), enough, for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. 50c. iio (2 c.Ln) for Chicken House, coops or small buildings. t tell her mint 51.00 sis (5 cakss) enough for .Irl who lived a all storage farm anil :t lupIK-llei- l Hint I As buildings, or factory buihiinsrs. Muttered. SclJ ami Guaranteed by Mcl'.ob-crt- s tind her llrug Store and Haieldcn Eros. il "stutter." -- he' I l,ti v Hie little lOCMt. :i . side nf Ihu- - 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. Ths Kentucky Orphans Horn it I placing new over 300 littio ones la Stale. It Coed homes out in th needs room to (row. Help this work. A Slip cf 'i "ongus. I'm quite Hire i" i.t embarrassing innineiit nf my I' when I mot ' -- e my friend Jim ery rich I tending to exfather lind Jut died, tend to lilm tin expre mi nf my syro-p- a thy, by some lap-U- " Mnmae I said to him: "Jim, l'y Jud be;rril of your I witit father's death, and tii extend to you my slnrrre congratulations." l.'ichange. Ilnth Jiri "ill i r ih In M e.irili fri'i'i i!'l;. Ill sun !. lived. Tii- - ut'M i fniin east tn west rirtTiml t f i etrili n XHlllllle, Mild lm:li ea rill !lt:d mnnii mm - In I'nniMii'i around t'i im whb'h It tited, llini!:ti the motion of the enrtlt nlmttt It tii:i'.ie (lit sun appear Jn mine about the earth from east to went. "i. r.n'e STATEMENT agement, Circulation Etc., Required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912. Of The Central Record, published weekly at Lancaster Ky., for October I 1019. State of Kentucky. County of Garrard, Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared R. L. Elkin, who, hnvim: been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he Is the Publisher of the Central Record, and that the following li, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true man statement of the ownership, agement (and if a daily paper the circulation), etc, of the a(foresaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act I of August -- Ith, 191'J, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regu lations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addrtsses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and businesJ managers are: Publisher. It. I.. Elkin, Lancaster, Kentucky, Editor, J, E. Robinson, Lancaster, Kentucky. Managing Editor, R. I.. Elkin. Laiicaster, Kentucky. lluslncss Managerf, 11. L. Elkin, Lancaster, Kentucky, '!. That the owners arc: (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or, if a corporation, five its name and the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 11 per cent or more of tho total amount of stock.) J. E. Robinson, Laniaster, Ky 'J. That the known bondholder.!, I mortgages, and other security hold ers owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds,! None. POINTS ABOUT THE SALE. 2. 3. li of the Ownership, Man &4wy on Geese. follow iThewritten, ipg cuiniuiltiuii nemnllns to Work Hard and Play Hard. liegnlar dally relaxation and particularly relaxation throuKh 'enthusiastic bobby riding has the advantage nf promoting inotlooal rontrol, nn Indispensable factor In the winning of sue. cess. Tn,,rk hard, to play ardently, lo Jive u decent, hygienic life in general, sums up pretty comprehensively thsi secret of business success. Fnl lowing this iibiii. men nf nuly average ability cau and do advance by rapid stages, while without Its aid more brilliant men falter and fall. on Reev Capwr"n Weekly, by u hcliMilbny In St. Ioulu : :e-- e Is a heHvy-He- t bird with a head on one slile and u tall on the other. His feet Is set n far back on his mn-r.ln- i: near that they nearly mls his bdy. Some geese Is sunders and has a curl In his tall, (landers don't lay or set. They Just eat, loaf anil so swliniiilni;. If I had to be a geese, I woulil rather be a gander. Oeeie do not give milk, but give eggs, but for tue, give me liberty or give me death." Slang Amoro th Ancients. 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. 1. Right in the city limits on railroad switch, on Stan- ford Street. This warehouse is across the railroad from the new Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse. 3. 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 in- come. 2. e An uiirleiit nf i rimleru klanj Idlnm was I'wntloneil ri.ve:itiy by T. E. IVet, l!ie uer In Ksyptolniy ut Mnni'lii'-te- r niilrrlly. He mild that !' Airs. J. A. Ccx.t' derson, W. Va., w. r "My . :. fercd ijrriKy. Sis cu:j not turn In bid . . . the doctors gave her up, and we brought her horns to die. She had sutfered so much at time. Having heard cf Cardul, we got It (or her." . the Kqy'.tl-nnlrays the verb "In tin" In referrlnt; to n visit to a niutitr). j'J. t us an An. 'rlcan today (.iKtiks n( V.nlnj" Paris nr Iuoii. ns to After this I' '. III mt siirprl-learn thar" Hjiui.b.il iii.iiteivd his exptHlltlnus us liiplblnr iiore thai) "stu'ii"." r t!t,. (be K in i" inpiilace unnnyi'i wlieli .Iiillus whs rath"! I'aes.tr .';. 'dn;i, I:.." Manchester (luardijn. . (V 1 ... CAROUi ' ej Ik Wnhd's Tonic All In Well Chosen Library. Said h'liiccfnii : 'fiiiiiluVr what jou tav lu thevMiiullest chosen library. A t.iiiipany of the wisest and wittiest m" hnt fimbl be pltkiil out nf all the ilvtl i;piintrles In a llinusutiil years I et in Lest nrder the rmlls of lie it I rains mid u Mum. The men I hVi.isi i t ere bid and lnitcrt-.lb- le, b.dliirv. Impalli-n- t nf Interruption, friii i by etlqucttp; but the tlmiiglit whb-l- i lid imt uncover to their lbe Ihisum i.lt it Is here written nut III transparent mU to us, the strangers of niiu her J , " Sturdy Old Italian Dams. The woolen nf I'm lower classes In Italy are lnW:i i;.iblo workers. They have to be, .i. 'l lo all sorts of laborious and unwomanly t.isks, according to our Anicrl. Idiuv Iu fact, the traveler lu Itu. J tits, tst convinced that tint women ilo all . ''work, wtp'le tun men oo tiu talking, Is uo barrier to feminine i. tlvlly for one old crone at least elg.i'y, ro t lgo from her wrinkled face and lotteriiis steps, was photographed firryitt.-- an Immense basket of fag'its, all alone, across one of tho bus. 'M street! la lovely Lugano lu Italy. "la afcw days, she began to Improve," .Us. Cox continues, "and had no trouble 'at -. . Cardul cared her, and we sbs its praises everywhere." We receive many thou-can- ds ol simibr leiters every year, telliatr ol the good Cardul has done lor women who suffer Iron complaints so cemmoa to their sex. It should do Tl JOOQ, too. mortgages, or other securities are: (If thre are none, so state.) J. E. Robinson B. F. Hudson Sale Committee. R. L. Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before I me this 30th day of September 1810, W. O, Rlgney. Notary Public. Lan- My commission I caster, Kentucky, expires Feby 1st, 1923. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct J 6, 1919 KIDNEYS WEAKENING? Xltnff .tronhlea don't nlnnrrnr nf thomatlvfs. . They itroir alowly hut alaaulll', un.lf rmlnltiK htalth with daaolr rtrtainty, until jou Call a lf tlm to Incurable itlAj, Wen four troublra whlla thrrr In time. t trait until IlltU ixlna'krrnm Mr . Tu aehaa. Ilon'l trlltt with void falure aiirrtrlnr bruin trtatnitnt with tK)M MKDAt. llaarlfm Oil cp. aulas now. Tali thr.a or feur eterir day until you ar entlrrtr free from pain. Tala wall.knnwn prtaratlon ha ana af tha national rrmaiSL nf llel. land for canturlea. In ICM th aaanl of tha Nathrrtanda itinlM a axial chart tr authorlilna; rla (ireta'a ana Tha fcouMwIfa of Holland would al moat torn I without food aa without her 'fieal Dutch Drops," aa aha !) quaintly OOI.n MRDAl; Haarlem They raotora airanctn oil Capau)a anil are ra.fonalbla In a 'treat tnaaauro for tha aturdjr, rahuat health of tha HotlanOara. THE SILVER CUP By M. L. WALKER. PREVENT LOSSES OF POTATO CROP LOOKN OUT! Li'iil'itlifi-- - Mnrlnn, iimililnhii; j nr lo nllh 'luiiiri', hiilnr. ji Avoid n Cutting While hn lion Mia. In not dtlay On to your drucclat aad Iniiat en hut luiiptylrur you with UOLD MKIiAl, Haarlem Oil Caaoalaa. TaHo them aa 0111 in. a ad rf yau ara Dot aatlaflt! with raaulta your drufgiat will Kladlr rtfund your raonay. Look for UOUi afKDAL, an tha feos tha and iiw no other In aaalad tossst aretat three slita. In n ntuiiii r in Shipping. riiliniy of tnWcl.lf inniiniirr. Ipc li' lnin'd to r,fct frinn lirr lalmr n n Irpliinl hiirn" fur n loop, lnnlllifiil mn hit mul ln Mi nliilly rnle a hue Cr-ilfii- . CAREFUL GRADING IS URGED liml Jii rtMiiui'd IiiiiichIiiu Tubers and Bruising of in Field and WRIGLEYS 5 c a package Diaw for lli A Check Piey know he fa lining binonciia in a buMreiii like ,tay. Better open ucli an account even il your nlTair are rot later. Try w tl irow all ntsM. m re l , r. - :uni:ry jiilltivt! mill itiDir fjv niiii'h more ret-- liccifuhj jour creditors to Hit?) like to tin U'unl !: Iiumiu with it iiiiiii vs Jhi !i:i .ill a, vomit ill tlio Gatnrd Bad & Trusl Co The Garrard Bank &. Trust Company aVAiiar.vra r. .'j vwui '.mil Wlmi. I' . One it M I nnrtMi P " 'h" pet ii i f ihi t, man n i :t; at HI" ' tp ' "tlf Dire to Act When Right. i re nfriild.nf maklnc U I Ilk" mill wlm mlinke, wlin 1i.it the ilnMi tin' mercy. tlii I iikhI In llmr iiirm tiln. In make liil.tnl.i, i:ir) lliln.- - In lift- - I ninre or ten ii cnuihtc. Tlmlillly notcr rlil. nri thltiir In thN Knltli l llif iiuihi-'rtni- : nf rntrrirl'. MSmki'i imikf llu iziiiim InliTcNlliii:. n - tln ilrnil loi-l- , ml Ttlfy lift It nlxiMa'l'nnlnli linncltititlnii, mul Lffi 1iik I Knuik Muiih)', Jlnl run THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copffol $50,000. A. !!. DENNY, t Surplus $30,000. T h S. C. UKNNV, J- Cnihirr Hool-kerrr- J. K. JTOKMKS. Vice-rrc- t. 0. M. THDMI'SON.. Teller. I!. HAKIMS. In.livl.lual IIU(;il .MOIll.KV, Renernl Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Ii, 11. Swinchroail, Alex 1'. Denny, J. II. I'oiey, J. K. Stormcs, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders. Dr. W 51. Klllott, Dirretura. STOP! LOOK! of LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE We are oqulppcil with macliincry to tlo .ill kinds AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING We can On all ninki's of Automobiles or lCnKine.t. furnish on with a now battery or repair your old one. battery eharjjer We have installed ami are now ready for.b'attery ehartriiur. With our Aceytelene anil Oxytreu Weltlinir we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, tras engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Otis Knidue or any other kind of machinery, qill us and we wilt be jjlnil to come to your rescue either day or niKlit. No jobs too larKc or too small. Wo also carry u laro stock of auto parts for. Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crtuvn Gasoline which Riven more mileak'o than any other gasoline on tho Market. We also furnish Free Air ami are equipped to Wash ami Polish Autos. v Garajre Open Day nnd Night. Satisfaction trimrantccd. 51a-chi- Potato crowers enn prevent inueli nf l;ni' m tninlle Hi llu llllle tlie lni.et of the new imp In t r.m-- lt I iluwn and In the luarkiN by ntnldlm; iMimiid lii r iuttn: Ii -- t In (lie Hdy llltte lii'ii'i- - Hint nnd hriilninK I the tuberi In the field tiw.l i' nlmnf. ' liml by nut allow life the pnintoet tn l.n-- t jl.iil llu' .lan lite iiir' Hint-- t rei'iiiln'ejpnvil tn the run after . i eiiMiid llie "HHfcM .ipiiire ffn' " llmt i"t 'll!l luricnip. Mie Oinfiil cntillnc njll Ineren'e Hie I l!id tt tin rruil ivlilli' fiirn limine cmnert' prntiti end will innke n Hire nil tlil .Ii n. nf It. I Mil, In llk lnhjie nnd limn eniiMtuit tmirket. It li tm A nml iiiiiii nu t il l' iiet mnriiliiir. Imrtatlt tn Vi'ip thl "kill the prnlPlt ! r, ivj'l. nili ii h fiirmlir.ml. ul.n Intni t. In Inc inter of the nitnti Ilia liiiinllliii: new potntnei thl reipdret ilrivMj llu. fiinn lmri Mil Vi'"'i " 'd. eare. Car Mioiild be lonileil crent H'tllderlHC llu1 in" Id In n definite- plan, whleli I'liie riiy eei nrd iln'Mimt li '. Ie-f- i fnr tentllatlnii and prevent re lillil. "I Ihllit I i nil ret nff tii ilw Iilfllni: nf Mint mid breiiknce nt the little cnrdiii tiMilclit nfler Min-r- coutaliieri. llclit 'llll .ri tr lute In nr." Keep Skin Whole. tin- iiiii t fuili-- tin' fiirmlinnil The majority nf f uncnui dlen.f t Hint ilrnxe l.li I'lnvv i ll In lier llllle II til HTI'l eaue diiny nf pntutiii mid nther iM'ii tin fiirrm1,, tnilelit mul tilnek, vecetableii tint detelnp when the lev ! n In Hie lili-li- l nir, . nrl. Iilliir Ha kln N free frnni flit, and limine, ninr. liiindMni; l fuiidnnieutnl, there-fnrT.ur I'lmit 1'ifnre" I'e ii'kid n t'nreful the pretetTHnri nf ilwerlnrn fnr te die lnri nt the mil nf tlnii and wiiMe. In thl repeet pride ri rmvT ably tin Mncle farlnr I enual In Ii. imt a litir ciiid-like lhl." tn proper linmll Inif In the llliK'il lilll l.imUe, lliillnz tlie Mill Held and none I more ceni rally lir In ml mid the trim fill nf the tinred by the nverace crower or In d leanlnc itpuin.t Hie liiiryen, borer. lull III lllilld. "Vr lilnlilieil It tine A n reaiilt InteMIca' nne. Mie ennllntied, and un iirprled tlnii (iiniliirted ofbyextintlve the ilepnrtinent nt In reim inluT laterlinH- - lifiereMInc It ut tin more luimrtnnt ncrlculture lutd liier In eilnlii It nil to Mr. W'nrd, fhlpplni: point the liitrtlcntor roe, lie irmi. hU linllie. otumend the ilnuldiMieiideil. teutllatnl "I'll mine ner Inmnrniw nnd liarrnw bnrril n the innM utNfnetory paek HK lie team .M.tini! Ill tt." Ill' nfli-reiace for .hipping new pntatne. 1' Intn the mad at ttiM. pmpirly minli thl innlnlner I uf "I'll .i i;lad to hate tiiu, .aid strung tit the tvelcht Iiile, Iiu'.ll), "fur I urn hardly wait rielintly enntellt l.ll'l furry prnteet the fully nf II In sit my little farm Mnrted." The nhnw that Tin Cliritrll crew np,ii e. Tlteflnlirlill-llifc- . IHitntne. miMti le breakage In there i mtaliel nnililrd it M'll nf MotHIl. where tin barrel are lnaded on itir end the iniii wa Ullliely sreen. Imtlerfllea than when Inpileil on the bllire. Ilec Imtereil oxrr the lender peai. Already onl ahiiw 111 pnictlealiy every eat that d the pnileia nf the enuiily fair loaded on the hllce without head liner the atnre WilidnMi and htllleltn liiiariN. All the neU'lilMirlinnil wan In et by lite difelled In irreater erfnrt fer nf a Mher eup In I In winner nf tin innM nwnrili at the fair. Aa the remniel dai Weill nil the tn the realnti enre l.niile enienited llm tin III. Mr. Ward nffered tn take tier i'lillilli tn Hie hall III hl wacnn. mid he enterliir llu sreat 'nrile panien nnd tlie flmniiiz 4fii. Mie aked .Hie italry maid at the farm wlmi .he neut fnr the milk If Mr. VCanl wa al'iint. "Ile'a In timn tnliiy at the nftire," reioVd tin- - ctrl. "l'lie ultlie." thnujht I.nllle, "prnh-nht- y hN empln.MT'a; I wnnder whn the omiht nf the arm i. d Hut lifter upper lie eame and ahniit tlie ciflnt iiiali leatea. The .li;til nnuliln't hurt Hie m Partially Loaded Ventilated Potato and the dniucht wa nearly Car. i.wt. Inn. for nlready the ky wa fnr a tempeat. nrf from H to .H or mure barrel And Mr. Ward handled her treai-nre- i rriiMieil nnd broken Uhui arrival at the earefull and appreciated tlie market. Clotli-tnbarrel do not pro beauty nf tlielr arrancement. toet their eontentx n effeetlvely n Vnu rnn't help trtllni; mme prlrea tlio-- c hatlni; doiilde head. Slat nt Willi tliee Jeweli." 1. av,urei lier. veneer barrel lire tnn tllmiy. All bap She went tip tt lilt tlie nelcldmri nn n i iim'iI In Milpplns: imtntne Minuld the early train net day tn hear the rnnfnrin In the .peelflentlnn of llu iMnltic ni'elie, Tn her treat Mir-pr- I'lilted State ktnndiiril barrel. Mr. Ward wu nnnniiueed a Sacka Often Fall. eliulrniaii nf the fair emnnilttee. and eslenMtelj Althoiich ink lire n iKtMilfled and IntereMini: for iilpiilML' he t'Hte Mornce polntne. Ihey de nf wetriuiie and llien liitrndm eil not .nilU'lently prnteet new linlnloe Hie nthert nn the platfnrin. from tut and brule. nnd make lunrheon party nf Hie When Hie tentllatlnii ilitllenlt. Ilnwever tie lirhtmrlinnd wiih otrr, ami the after-iini'tlinn barrel and lire mek eot le liml bepiu tn wane, and all the frequently tleil. Sink Miniild tint l winner nf linnnr In Hie lake conmill-nllof greater eapnelty thai) f.M lamnd. had ininpared their reiilt, alit In loinllllL' Milked mtaoe, set them aw Mr. Ward nuiilnc toward her a uprlcht, one-ha- lf of the Mtek leaning he Mnml with n crimp ahnut a wnn-d- i iicnlnM nne Mde of Hu ear and tin rnw ttllh a Utile talf rful rlhery other half uca)nt the other Mile, thil her. Thenllieri creeled hint Rit.tly M;aee In the center leatlui: a Willi the en.v lutrndiiellnn nf riiuntry for tentllnllon. Two layer of Miek ' riiMninx. may be placed on top nf t)iee. Ileitis Sii mi are the nwner nf the creut with fit nn near niir lake," Mr. I'ree-nini- i. placed fiat enr. the mils toward tin Mile of the "I alji.t Mipp"cd )nii were (ininl l.tpe of ventilated box can n hired limit, nil iittendeil Mitt Mnr-tnll'- a nnd stock car are unliable for Milp cardeii n tllllcelltly," When the tuber "Well, theie'a nn dNsrare' III hlrlnc pine new pntntne. miiiihI mul of ennd quality IliVOiKi nut tn help the nelcldmri, I'm Hire. nre Dntible-ilec- k pouiiil h u Mife load. Mrs rriTiniin," he replied. In ouie ecllnu lock enr are They went liter toward the ntllee enn be nafely loaded by placlnc quiirleri. "S" J mi are imt n hired man nnd Milld one ln.ter of Mick or barrel"-MnndJiint nil J" inked J.niiNe. nprlsht nil eacli deik. If Mock "Nn, 1 hiite mi nttlee In town, hut It I inltlMihle to Hue Hili Miluiuer I ilei'Ided to hate a car-de- n inn lire hulldlni; pnor nf my nwii,n I eame up tn ipy the aide with heavy v to pmtect from aim nnd father. The f ii rut fnr the Mourner fnr u rhnuce. Vnu he ili. n't iiilnd my telllnc ahnut your net ttelrht or dry ineaaure ahnulil iiilinke In tuMiis me for the hired marked on nil foulnlnera. lie Mopped nt the tint ii. iln yonV Inwir Mip nnd looked nt her KEEP AWAY CHICKEN HAWKS I.lrlil" m i: Ji.n Nil' Miaul mi lii r mnll fruiit iin!i It. tlm llllilM nf n llltrr of linll'l lil'lil P""l mul nntilii'il tin- - furniture vnn rimil mid till up " tlm Iiiimii In K'ni i'i r iliiwn llii' lilll. tl.ri i' ri i'in O'.n lii lit nil lliee tit iii;. Il lime In .ritve II. flie titid Ml nl'iiiit her mm in: In v Hi i ni ret. Cart Should Be Leaded With Aim for before the war c .a package during the war , Ventilation and to Guard Against Shitting Abcjit and Breakage of Container!. by trrrrnl mcr.t the of ARrlrultiire.) fnltnt Ftatft Depart .i'nt 5 c a. package 5 NOW 'li. tnr THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! ,i -- ' fr 1S7 CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capita) and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Oollars. ON "ROLL OF HONOR."' B. V. Hudson, President, V. F. Champ. Cashier, J. J. Walker, V. Tres. W. O. Kiency, Asst. Cochler. 5Irs. X. C. Hamilton, Clerk. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, 1 DC 31 J Mr IE DC lave Your Tires Retreadod Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e cess of retreading-n- ot can half sole-a- nd rebuild a tire at less than half price. 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. af Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Walnut Street. 3C 31 Danville, Kentucky. II IE 3C ICZICTII )n Patrick &Conii.- - HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. "N'ii," .nM l.nle happily, "Now that I'te won tln nwnriW and the Miter flip I "nn' I xenlil nl ion t niiyihlhi," The Judge were nlreiiil deveiullinf Hie Miilri In meet lier. There w. lily n minute left, Imt he made pinii e of It. "And will im let me drlte ou Imme tmilcht l.tuiUel' "Yi," whl'periil I.eule, turnlne to sri'i t the Judi-ex- . Hint ciirden." "And hi tin n Idea lnSiithed hir "hlreil inim" fertenlly. Much Aiilitance Rendered by Dogi, Guinea Fowls end Turkey Gobblers Use Steel Trait. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY. Embaimer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. iCwrlikt, MtUuir .StMafapar ileal, ) 8ya. Dnsn. ciilni'ii fowl and turkey cole bier help lo kci pinviiy ihlcki n hawk. Hilt for riitrliliii- - them It I reeiini liundeil to aet irliiir trap mi the top o' mat4, leH or tree atump where they mii bo aeeit to ho 111 Hie liaMI of pen I.Iiie mid win re other bird or tinl. mat would not be likely lo ci 1 ruueht. A coed enn In the li,'"l "f u cruck thot !. a fou'j ixti rnilngior. Director and 4 ) Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 6, 9 9 1 1 1 mQteV909 j- - - . i ,,. MM MIIHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIH : : : s u ammm 19IS Grand Champion Srrr at International, Chicaio, Grand Champion at Fori WortS Uby 15. ( Show, 1918. Wednesday, Oct 22nd, SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE STOCK YARDS, IN LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. - ' tt o o o a. This being our second sale wg have strained several points in selecting- the most HIpHLY-BREoutstanding lot of individuals over offered the breeders before in Kentucky. Consisting of 40 head, Bulls, Cows and heifers and every one an EYE OPENER. The kind that is now in the keenest demand from al) parts of the LAND. You will find their blood lines MARVELOUS. Their ages are faultless. Their condition 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 offers a GOLDEN opportunity for the breeder, new beginner and the farmer,' arrange. to attend the sale and secure a few of these choice young things. All the popular families are represented: Blackcaps, Black Birds, Ericas, Lady Ida's, Prides of Aberdeen, Queen Mothers, Heather and Bruce Hill Violets. D IF YOU ARE NOT IN THE GAME GET BUSY AT ONCE, AND ATTEND THIS SALE. There is no breed of beef cattle that has such a record all over the world as the ABERDEEN-ANGU- S. Here is what they have done at the INTERNATIONAL LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION, THE GREATEST LIVE STOCK SHOW IN THE WORLD. Single Steer Awards at 17 shows, eleven Grand Championships have been won by Aberdeen-AnguCarload lots of Fat Cattle, out of 17 shows Aberdeen-Angu- s have won 13 Grand Championships; Shorthorns, Once; Herefords, 3 times. In the carcass, and that is the final test, Aberdeen-Ang- us have won Grand Championship 16 times out of 17. Other breeds 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. For More Information and a Catalog, address s. ! BRADSHAW KENTUCKY. BROTHERS LANCASTER, Immediately after the Aberdeen-Ang- us Sale we will sell at Auction 30 head of feeding steers, weight 550 to 900 pounds. M. A. JUDY, ttmfmfmiimmimm Sale Manager West Lebanon, Indiana. i,-RiBw- r- - il'v COL. A. W. CURD C& 1B17 9HP?ilR)E:j Hall' ABERDEEN-ANGU- l'H'il , "if it mm i aM I , srliil HSKyMjg COL. BOURNE Auctioneers. Grand Champion St.ar at Atlanta. Grand Champion Carlott at four Inl.rnatlonala hava b..n f.d in tha op.n without barnt. Mr. Hall's fathar it a KantucUan. ' The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Oct 16 1919. 2 SOLVED. OUR ITS SEEING OUR Coats, Suits and Dresses solve the problem A will PROBLEM EASILY A LOOK of buying your Fall ready to wear garments. Come today and give r.li AAnK us the courtesy of a. look. Munsing Underwear will solve new and up to the minute foot your problems of wear will solve the shoe prob- keeping warm. Our complete lems you are encountering. stock of PIECE Special fitting and pains taking GOODS solve your dresswith each and every customer. making problem. and try on of our wonderfully 'will The Joseph Mercantile 60. House of Quality. See our Beautiful Line of Comforts and Blankets. Fair Treatment our Motto. r i When in Danville visit our saniLast Wednesday afternoon, .Miss u Classified Column tary market. We handle the very Mayme McQuerry and Mr. Conn Jj Mrs. II. II. Trice of Danville, has Tudor, were quietly married at the Bay, best oysters from Chespeakc RATES! High School been with her aunt. Miss Jennie I), home of Rev. C, S. KU, at I'aint J HOUSE AND LOT opposite also a big variety of freth and salt !j Larkey. water fish, direct from the net to us. Lick, he performing the ceremony. Single inrtlons le n word Building Gov. Bradleys old home. We dress your fish, ready for the pan They had been sweethearts forjjj Mrs. J. I. Cook and Miss Anna No ad taken for less than 20c free of charge. Water, Electric Lights, Bath Basement also Store and Steele (Took, of Lexington, hav fonie time but their wedding was u in this column. No nds in this Danville Fish and Oyster Market. surprise to their many friends. been guests of Miss Kthel Walter. Business. column charged. The bride is the attractive daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. .McQuerry J Seven insertions for the Mr. and Mrs. Will llaughman, lady 5 price of five. Now Due. Danville and Mrs'. Thomas Dunn, o and is a very popular young among her friends. Shi- has for the Kort Worth, Texas, are guests Tax payers of the city of LancasPhone orders must be paid e Richmond past three years been one of our Mrs. Curt Robinson on ter are hereby warned that a penalty The Deal'House. J promptly. best school teachers of the county. avenue. of six per cent will go on all taxes The groom is the son of Mr. and not paid by November 1st. This .Mrs. dcorge bmith Sr., has been Mrs. W. K. Tudor and n very indus.Misses Mattie Mae I.UU and I'lor notice is to warn you in time, so FOR SALK: Some nice baled hay that by paying now you will avoid cnie Mullins spent Sunday with Mr. confined to her bed with illness the trious young man. He is receiving H. L. Kelly nnd Mrs, Fred Kvans In Richmond past week. The many friends o many congratulations on the prize this penalty, which will surely go on this excellent lady hope for her an he has won. time. at FOR SALE: Two good milk lfi-2- t. that L. E. Misses Lena and Susie Killion mi inrly recovery. Their many friends wish them a Ilerron. City Marshal. cows and young calves, Simpson spent the hit Mrs. Nathan long and happy life. ' J. K. Robinson Will You Spend 50c. On Hat-Sna- p "Frances I.orine" Is the name n tf. the week with friends at ter part of to a dear little girl who arrived at the Cemlsc.1 sad A Brkl Mention ( Ui Stanford. Harding-Hugh- es Save $100.00? LOST: School home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Arnold Goinjl hyTheM Wl Art lodrtllcd In. Hook. Fourth Miss Norma Herns Montgomery i last Tuesday and friends are con One l)0c. pkg. can kill 50 rats. Reader. Return to this office or lt-pthe charming guest of .Mr. and Mrs, gratulating the happy parents. T. W. Conn. The average rat will rob you ol $10 I F. Nalor, on the Lexington pike a year In feed, chicks and "property Mi's l.cuvy Dunn i visiting .Mrs, Thit marriage of Miss Margaret Mr. J. K. Dowden of Chicago, Is der..lly this week. Kt.Nl: rurmshed or un destruction. RAT-SNA- P Tmnlinmn in Harding to Mr. Taylor Hughes, un spent last week with his mother, Mrs, furnished room. Well lighted and to rats. Cremates after killing. Mr Joe llurnslde has returned J. T. Thompson, near I'aint Lick der other circumstances, would have very pleasant with all conveniences, Leaves Mm. Randolph Harris in visiting no smell. Comes in cakes. from a visit to his sisters, Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haley of llcrea been one of the most attractive so. .Mrs. Ida Tinsley, Stanford Street, Rats will pass up meat, grain, cheese relatives in Stanford. in Central Kentucky, in F. It. Dowden of Iteren, and Miss cial events ami Mrs. T. K, Watson to feast on RAT-SNAThree sizes had not the serious illness and hour Mr. Alex 1 If nny, of Kithmond, Harlan, Ky. Kannie Dowden of Ilryantsville, were WAixitu BUARUtKbi We are ly expected death of the popular prepared to take care of 5 or 0 more 23c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed Monday. w.i. it viilir in guetts also of their mother, Mrs, by McRobcrts Drug Store nnd Has- Miss Sue Doty, who has lieen v young groom's father. Judge John boarders. Rooms and bath furnish, chten Bros. Oct. adv. Mr. V. It. Cook in spending n few iting Misses Jane nnd Mary Doty, Thomiwon. W Hughes, causing the young people L. K. Ilerron. ed. days in Duller. Georgia, on business. lias returned to her lionu- - in Winnos- A recent issue of "Town and to completely change their plans. lioro. South Cnrolina. COL." Coun'ry," (New York,) has u hand Under the circumstances they deem .Mr. Arnulil of CamplT.i)hir, has likeness of the Hon ed it but proper to recall all invita FOR, SALK: Fifteen bushels of bee'rr visiting his mother, Mrs. T. A. MioJini Allen Cotton and Mrs, some half-tim- e Marvelous Seed Wheat. have King Swope on its page of interna tions and have u most quiet we lieuhen Maker, if Hichmoml, Arnold. ding,, which took place on Octo'ucr Clarence firecn, Cartersville. Ky been recent visitors of Mrs. Dav tional celebrities, as "the 'Sin, Martha Price Frisbie has (charged soldier, who made n con 1st in this city at the hcmi of the It. Koss on Stanford street. in from Jl visit In relatives gressionai nistrict elect him, a lie- - bride's, parents, Mr. an I Mrs. Robert Mrs, llurton Woodward and Imliy, puhtiian to Congress Dainllle. the first tin.e Harding. mins a minute. Are you going Nebraskan Conies To Kentucky For Mr. one of that party has been there in The young bride was rea'eil in to back up your children who wan Cash, who Joineil Several Speeches in Behalf of is visiting Elizabeth Mrs. llrltie Orphans Woodward several weeks ago in Iowa 23 years D.nviilo where she has always been to' help the Kentucky Prohibition In This Comher sister Mr. T. Aryold in the very fopular nmong n large circle of Home? have returned to Uincatcr. ' .Mrs M. S. Hatfield country. monwealth. entertained fiiends nnd iicquaint.tr.ecs. She is Mr. (!. It, Swinehroad has keen very delightfully sit her pretty home STRAYED to my place about the only child of Hon. Robert and Mrs, Henley llastin and daughter, Col. William J. Bryan spent last pending several days in Monticcllo, on Illchmond stnet, in honor of the Mrs. Maggie Harding, of this city weeks ago, n Red Heifer, about Marjory, have (icon recent visitors Saturday and Sunday in Kentucky where he went to hae u sale of "Ciicle Girls" last Wednesday after Her father for many years liai been year old, weight about 100 pounds. In Danville, prohibition . M. - Noe, Paint Lick. Ky speaking for the state noon. Ueautiful fall Mowers aliout a thousand acres of Ian, I. and one of the leading attorneys of Ken Col. Bryan had u great jtrs. AnniijHublile and daughter. Mrs. John Koss gave an elegant (lotted plants added to the beauty of tucky, where he has enjoyed n large LOST: Uetween Woods Craves' amendment. Hopkinsville Saturday crow'd at the home. After the business ses Mattie Map, "spent the wcek'i'nd in dinner Monday, nt her suburban slon an enjoyable social hour was and lucrative practice. He comes of and Holman Brown s gate a tan afternoon and hundreds were unable Hubble, Ky. distinguished lawyers home in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen spent. Delightful refreshments were n family of leather traveling bag, containing to get within hearing distance of who have been prominent in Ken Master John Orrell, of Louisville, Ktiiminger of Illoomingtoii III baby clothes. Liberal reward. Leave him at the W, C. T. U. state conserved. tucky for half a century. The .Mrs, W. He made a vention at LaGrangc. is vinittnir his grand-mother- , 10-at this office. The many friends of Mrs, Dollie perMits Frances Dixon Hall, daughter bride's mother wan reared in the powerful plea that Kentucky Jtkhliorn I'rirr. II row n are sorry to hear she is quite of Mrs. Anna Frnzce Hall W FOR SALE: A new Remington manently put up the bars against and grand county of Carrard, nt the historic Kemper of Danville, ill nt her home on Stanford street daughter of .Mrs. J, M. Fraiee, of farm of her father at Camp Dick Typewriter. Used only a few weeks the saloon and he urged all dry vot lis Minnie has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. mul hope for her n speedy recovery singular coincident nnd in perfect condition. Apply at ers to get to the polls election day. A Maysville, has been vice Robinson. elected Arhhorn Price. attending the union is the fact that this office. The price will please Colonel Uryan said that while he Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield nnd president of the junior class of Transylvania, the presidency by the mother of both bride and bride. you. tf. had no direct information it was his Mrs. Charles Dciunaii of Nichol-asvill- e, children, Elsie and Earnest, motored precedent always going to a man. groom were Misses Robinson before opinion that the var time ban her sister, to J.ihcz, Ky, and spent the week' is the guest of FOR SALE: Crepe Myrtle, Flox, against the saloon would not be Hall is n charming girl, nronil their marriage though not related by end with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Mis Ilentey Ilastin. II rs. Violets, lifted before January, when the na- Chrysanthemums, Lillies, nent in fho college athletic and, f rat blood. T. II. Walter. While the groom's family has lived Lilies of the Valley, Peonies, Rasp-berrie- ticnal amendment goes into effect. entity activities, and has Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knsniinger, of and Itlack Berries. He said that the defeat of the Mr. Harlan Warren, of Lancaster, acquaintances who will be glad of in this county only a few years, they IllooniiiiKtun, Illinois, are guests of Imvo made many friends here. They Phone ,";)7. Miss Fannie Uishop, defeat of the amendment would bo has undergone a successful operation recognition of her popularity. Mr. mnl Mri. Dave I'oit, t. formerly lived in .Mercer county, taken by the "wets" ifs an indication for appendicitis at the Danville bos Funeral services for .Miss Nancv where Judge and Mrs. Hughes were that the prohibition wave had reachMrs. J,' J. I'ursley and handsome pital. His many friends in Our rani S utl, FOR SALE: Forty-seve- n wish him. u McMurtry, who died Monday in Lex- among the best known and most pop. ed its crest and was receding. little sun, Jack, Jr., of Louisville, and Iloyle counties ington, were held at the grave in the ular people in the county, Judge down ewes and two rams. These He gave statistics given him Sat are lie re visiting her parents, Mr and speedy recovery. Danville cemetery Tuesday nftor- - Hughes having fillcM different offices heep pre cjtra good in quality and urday, comparing arrests In Hop. Mrs. A, Sanders nt the Kengarlun. nocn. the ltev. Harrv Hudson olfi. in the county for many years. Tay age. Also a Six Horse power rur kinsville, Ky., during the months of elating. Miss McMurtry was ubout lor Hughes is a young man who has bunks nnd More gasoline ;ngine July, August and September of last 84 years of ngv and united with the made many friends here und to' In Ross Cutter, with all belts and it aft. year and this. Presbyterian church carlv In life. appreciated must be known. The practically , In 1018 there were 577 arrests W. H. llurton, Lancaster, Ky luring them months, against 135 In She is suivived by ono. sitter, tin. numerous bridal presents received tf Marv Cum iiul.tiin. and ono brother. by the young couple from friends in 1010; 3:14 uf these were for drunk- SWEATMr. Jim Mc.Murtrv. who havu the many States give tangible evidence en ess in 1D18 und seventeen fur .that sympathy of the community in their of the esteem in which they are held. Those indebted to the estate of cate in 101!), und 243 arrests for great herein onicnt. spent in 1018 against 118 arAfter a quiet honeymoon Arch Uoatright, deceased, will please other crimes principally in Louisville among their call Mr. nud Mr. I. F. Nuylor enter and settle: those having claims rests in 1010, according to the rec Hughes will re against his estate, present them ords. tained the following at dinner Sun friends, Mr. ond Mrs. they will properly proven to Danville where Fleeced Lined Hosiery, Winter Caps, ln'y !r honor of Mrs. Nnylor's cous. turn to me. Where There's a Baby on Farm Keep make their home nnd where Mr. L J. R. Mount, Admr. in, Mlts Mao Drown, of WnOiington, Hughes holds a responsible position Rat'Snap. D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Will Drown of In the Collector's office. 5 PRIVATELY: SALE Once. FOR Rats are on most farms. 1'erryville, Mr and Mrs A, II. Ilrowi., Their many friends join in wish room house, barn und outbuildings they get inside the house look out. Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Shcrrow, Mr, ing them a long, happy and useful Cheaper than any place in town. und 7 acres of Und on lloones Creek Rats kill Infants biting them is not Misses Pollard, and Mrs. Morten life. Danville Messenger. County road, 4 mile from Lexing unusual. Nursing bottles attract Kutlierine Haley of Hereu, Willetta e, llrown and Lcttie Reynolds of You cannot live always and whtn ton pike. Cheap ut $1200.00. Also rats. Brake n cake of RAT-SNA- P good 1917 Model Ford Touring cur und throw it around. It will surely Sallie Lou Naylor, Alice Sut- you dis your bslp to lh Kentucky n ut $375.00. Also 20 good mountain rid of rats and mice. Three sizes ton, Norma Herns Montgomery, and Orphans Horn will b the most crad-ttabl- a ewes, and a pair of coming IUV SITI.f. FOR T.ESS. three 5c, 50c. $1.00. Sold and guaran AW Marie Kay, Messrs T. Cherry thioc you avtr did. Civ year old mules. G, C. Walker. teed by McRoberti Drug Store and dridge, Hilly Naylor end Hradley IC-2- t. Haselden Bros. Long. libarally. Oct. Adv. For Sale $35,000. .Miss Sallie Lou Myers has return ed from u six weeks stay in Rich mond. McQuerry Tudor. Fish And Oysters. t J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q City Taxes Gossip About People Wedding lrntvill. .1 Urges BRYAN State Amend ment. .. FLANNEL SHIRTS,' WOOL i Notice. ERS. KNIT UNDERWEAR, High Top Shoes. Sander's Variety Store. The Central Record, Lancaster Ry. Thursday, Oct 16, 1919. STOVES tM'?" STOVES A fuel shortage and higher prices are predicted for this winter. Why rebel at the high cost of living and do nothing to it? Last winter there was a reason for not buying anything that you could possibly do without but now there is no reason for lower 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. fWfe 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. i We have the largest stock of stoves that can be found in Kentucky. We can supply your wants and guarantee satisfaction. ' UftlftftKS A WIRE FENCE. Our Price As Long As We Have It. 80c. 4 ft. No. 9 top 55c. 4 ft. nil No. 0 2G Inches Hog VI inch Sta 40 cents. 45 cents. 26 Inches Hog G inch Stay Boy's Let's go to Welch's arid get 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. Beit vialv ..$6.25 per Sq. Roofing Getting Scarce Get Yours Nbw. Ready-to-Wear. that new suit. Suits that come from here always give 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 Heren and let us entertain you with our new selections. HAY BAILING WIRE. 9 -2 WAGONS. 2 3-- 4 Complete, only 25.00 faction. They have every thing you want'. Hilliken Shoes made for boys are sold In Welch. WHEAT DRILLS. 8x8 Complete with fertilizer and Grass Seed. only $ 135.00. 10x7 Complete with Fertilizer and Grass Seeder only SI 13.0Q. SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, x 15 only $1.75. ALL SIZES, ALL PRICES, For Old and Young. I WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KEINTUCkY'S GREATEST STORE." z i BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' BEREA, KENTUCKY. 203 Acres 170 Acres OF BONNIE CASTLE (The former home of Adam Carpenter). I SUBDIVIDED Wednesday, October 29th, 2 acres by Hughes and McCarty. , All in grass a lot of virgin soil except 20 acres of wheat stubble. 60 acres in Orchard Grass 8 acres Alfalfa. LOCATION: In the famous Hanging Fork Valley in Lincoln County. No better land in Kentucky. On the McCormack Church pike, 6 miles Stanford, 10 miles Danville, 3 miles Moreland on Q. and C. Railroad. This farm has been grazed for years by big cattle and is now ready to produce. Everlasting stock water, concrete troughs. Big springs. IMPROVEMENTS: 10 Room Brick Dwelling, 2 Halls, 2 Porches, Dou-bl- e cellar, Aceteline Lights, Bath Room. Beautiful lawn with magnificent shade trees. Four stock barns, crib and crushing room, 2 story Brick servants room, Brick ice and dairy house, 2 stock sheds, carriage house and garage. On Rural Route, morning papers delivered at 12:30; telephones; close to schools and churches. An ideal country home. We want you to look it over. Will be subdivided and about 100 acres cut off with improvements, a tract of about 25 acres and one of about 40 acres and 37 acres with tenant house. Or we will "bunch" two or moro tracts just to suit the purchaser. Remember the success and good will of the men with whom wc do business is the best advertisement that is why wc continue to have good sales with a fair deal to everybody. The buyers know every bid is a bona fide bid, and Swinehroad "ALWAYS SELLS". 'Don't fail to look this proposition over. You will want it when you sec it. It looks good and is good. A money maker and a home you will be proud to own. For further particulars and to show you the farm, see Burdctte Ramsey v at Paint Lick, Ky., Hughes and McCarty at Stanford, or y at AUCTION 165 2 Highly Productive Land At Auction Tuesday, Oct. 28th 2 O'CLOCK SHARP. The property of Allen Edelen on Stone's Mill Road 1 2 miles Burgin, on Q. and C. Railroad, Mercer County, between Cave Run and Denny's Creek. A SPLENDID farm, all upland, susceptible of easy cultivation, and now in high state of cultivation, ready to produce large yields of corn, burley .tobacco, wheat and all crops. Has more than a neighborhood reputation for the production of heavy yields of highest quality of tobacco and grain. But come and look, the crops show for themselves. IMPROVEMENTS: Comfortable frame residence, large spring with stone milk dairy, new silo, new tobacco barn withjmetal roof, 2 stock bnrns. Fencing new, farm divided into convenient fields. Plenty of shade, everlasting stock water and blue grass, an ideal dairy farm or for any purpotc. Liberal terms long time payments. Get busy, look over this farm and be at the sale. The farm will be subdivided into two, perhaps three tracts and sold to We frequently put tracts together and sell in certain way on suit purchasers. request of some one who wants it that way. Wo have fixed the timtf at 2 o'clock on account of another sale in Mercer County on the morning of that date, so you can attend both sales. At tho same time Mr. Edelen will sell some fine Duroc hogs, jersey cattle aiiu laimiiK inij, ductus. For further particulars and to show you the farm see Mr. Edelen at Bur- gin, or 10 o'clock. by Burdctte Ramsey, 37 acres now owned 1- ' Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man of Lancaster, Ky. or W. ales. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Swinebroad The Real Estate Man. of Lancaster, Kentucky. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. 170 Acres in Mercer County, near Burgin, on .the 28th, Attend both ' Bt'"."" The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Oct 6. 9 9 1 1 1 i EATON C . gay I Lets all set tneether and halo the Kentucky Orphan! Horn. A modal farm and srillaie la what ll Kentucky Orphan need. Help el ll for them. Aftir you efc ahnryti Uk Tin. Mhr.p" nairi-I Prlvllf'td Characters. ,usng ,, l Instantly rrlloTrHMrlbvrn,Blo(-JCsiyFMlin- f. eWMlend Itraac. eaftrfe nratlor. and all atomaeh miseries'. Keeps atMnerll AM ilftiimm easl etaMtMa. LisaiM Stops food aourinir, referred not tn i,i Vltalltf and rep. aetwe4erteef EATONICtattaWrtMiMrfr.Tmttlhoii. .roodff all? aiiinteal. Oalseaeueent ea It. d . inttle rif Imlln. In of Cntmtfn member's nf tlx' Ii.t.1 riuini M HI. In Hi.. ...... ..r ..... nrrllf-glimnnliiKlnx Ilimlii II l tn Itilrrfere with Hip rattle's liberty. ern when It takes in Intn tin. rlly ln.ps nml l.iixrmrH. lill fii ,.. nne ,,. n rhlnn tlr hull f the f trit. tm., R. K. McROnERTS, L.nca.ler. Ky. Test- - i,mir ilrtrnnliiH the IMilllni; .i,nrr uf Inim-- ., melt utnl vti,IHI., i in,, (im neighing l.i.si ix.mi.l mrh. tufili- - r, ptillnl IIT.VI H,iiniI. i,r Xn imiiinU Il Mcr.es Versus Elephants. NEW iriiv AND ' ltiiiiil. FARM BULLETIN Now Ready For Ditlribution '(let yoir thr-t-i ,Vl farms iIcmtJ.pI name nn our mailing list at once. More Jui more t liti thi ir iiiiuMni'il weight. One l I'lmnt weighing K'.(m .iiiiiI pull.il K': IhmiihI. i,r X'Stl pounds li- - ll, n Ms , ii I'lfty iigrcgiinng 7NNI k,iiii. iitillnl i'kiihiiS, nr n Semonin Goodman Incorporated ,.,.,ttit ' Hi" In.rv... tliry pulled inure limn lli.lr ..nn nt Iclif . il'io hmidr.-i- l Hi' ll pilile.I ll'.Oim pounds. n.ii. Ii ii lni:l,. ' I Small Farm AT I.ou.illp, Kentucky 'STOCK FARM Registered Aberdeen Angus Cattle for sale anytime A. D. BRADSHAW, WALKER BRADSHAW. Lancaster, Ky. Chinese Music Unwritten. miili. is tint written, The words of some i.f Hie famous nngs hau ln.n present'.!, hut the mulc ' has lus-- liamliil .ln tl rr..tl futlior tn '. ii Inr piirmtion, F,i far Im.k rrc Hip .Iny nf irmil.ii.loiirii. imH.' It In tiliijcl no l.'i.llni; tn id., ini'imiry nf tln tiill. .icn miI liU llfa of liitrrjiri'tnllon. . rri'i l lun varlr id'.. p'rfrinanr? ai ' lx"t jiiilB. iii.ru .ii. tnim, nml ."Hnir, rcil i.r lira niny hrcak In .1 linntt any time. rl'l' t,t n. cither sex any rige Also reels-ler- talra carr of cfiildran not provided I'olmiil Cliinn Hogs. Dirf type fur tiy the 5tate or by l.oJt or Cltllrch Hornet. There are thorn and of them in Kentucky Are you goinc to help? today. Tl KmlucUy Orpliana Home ' .Dr. 1 Saturday, October 18th AT 3 P.M. The beautiful home of W. R. Cook with 15 acres of the best of land, one mile from Lancaster on Danville Street. The home, a beautiful two story bungalow, designed by a New York architect and a model of convenience wkh nine large rooms, halls, built in wardrobes and presses. A modern complete bath room and water works system. Newly painted and a complete home in every sense of the wbrd. , Some places are houses but this isa home that you will always be proud of. Located just right. Beautiful shade, splendid garden, all necessary outbuild-ing- s, including garage, servants house, and dairy barn, chicken house, two large cisterns with fifteen acres of the best of land ready for tobacco right now. Go look at this place. Go through the home and I believe you will agree with us when we say that this is one of the very prettiest and best built homes in Garrard County. TERMS one third cash Jan. 1st, balance one and two years. FREE AUTOMOBILES TO AND FROM THE SALE. : 4 : Southern Optical Co. x I J. W: WEBER CHIROPODIST X lniairal.il Minuficturen of Perfect. rittlng SPECTACLES AND FOOT DOCTOR 4 ? EYE GLASSES Otllce Kryptoks Artificial Eyei Ilnlill.lo llif.iral Ijus Gilchcr Hotel, 4th A. Chestnut Sit-- . LOUISVILLE. KY. Danville, Kentucky. WHY TAXES ARE HIGH IN KENTUCKY This Sale will take place immediately after the Tobacco WarehoiseSale. Utv In. lut'liu I tfrtt rtt lit !h )nr in i v Ihr n jt.lTu it ) pit Ml rliht nn 111 W A. mM-'- l ti t MHh or lit Krntti'kv. lu SOU orr Ii H" t,ixirtM i nw iilllch.l1ir luti a at nrrj IKh.WW BAND CONCERT. Til nunl ottniutl Hfilt. UllKijr'i fit" H Bh.tYu .Itl.-3 UMlrr IIiU l'.'Hl - vl J' Die Affrli UllUi ul Uvlktrl Ut Cui.r'. ii- pannjiw. tntWiii riimnnof. tut rur.tit fttrf. t ulll w rr I,US 00 fur thrr tmiM S.UrU-Jolhr inr..)fit Lilt r nt 0 (Irpjriinrm vt hUv ils uir Urt liniia vht JIW! Tl (U 'Ul,lH.,ni. I I ujni-- HHtil ii "1 he clfa'ilntt at Hi the r.nii lirw uwn mn ttnit tint l.l4'Tin) ..i( lit s i iM nf t hf in ni m I Imt tij I mtittii rfpfit uf Lihk triiuii- ut i.tfiic l tn fMtnillir iU t hit I th nflif. hnitlrra h4 iiriil thv Iirnuri'tniji nt iht Hlnttj kim tl nf thrill Thm tHkrii t4iKlufi nf hhn iiul h hj ttiki h ry iimjii1 In th Slat In r. .'J Ii. lln .ir nut liulhic IF HE IS GOVERNOR THCHE CAN. hl non ImiiIIuii tlfurt 1 NOT OE AND WILL NOT UE, AfJV QU6INKSS REFORMS OR AN V OK CUTTINO DOWN OF UNNECESSARY EXPENSES CUTTING OFF OF USELESS OrFICrnS OR EMPLOYCEt." Ii tUl M. MJtl lUfi i fuirtcr .Ut jrncj Unit-ntluWtnttr i h olfl.hoUlfm mulrr thr iifr-i- t ti.tlnlt tin put 4 tins Iti hhf ti r mme " unl hnr brru lal.r.fc turn ar utnl nil'- Increase in Job Holders and Extravagance of Those Already in Office the Cause of Increased Taxes Il.ith- J iiiiM'rnU ."' tltnf U nt tiui'.f uf I tttrr ihlnin linJer tJovunur "'a k - Haselden Bros. Jamea Stucky furt Justftf ruriull Tlirv iiiU 1 Ml't. Wai.tl lu (rurllMfiMi- - Say, "Rata Coat Me Hint Spicy Breezes. irtlitii $125. For Plumbinz Bill.." Iaii, I I I I kIktiIIv upimituhlij nnj hi han fiH-hat hud a t utt-.iHi ln tlm mnaif- - tl.ilf tu ltkp rtiUntvii;c .f It ' lututly fui !h uikm r4UliHu, tlniU tnun, who h.iiiU 1'tnlnlv Hilt-him thing houM uf Ihw alll"i IhiriI an th;) mr" a rtioiw, The LuNUttlU Ouuilfr Jourtml (Inv.) uhi "If h lH Mh(n abt itti't frrT'i.llii mull hn will ct Ittiuui Hi untr In tbTc i .r hi iitfli lat hU'inUhrd tiIhf uliMhilatrMtiOft uf mc! iumor uhUh llmi will mtUe ml ilftoy umU'Iii r)cUI (ThITuitthtit hi ht rnlernl lulu nn uIIUih nr uihlriiiaiitlliiir Uti: with t tn tlu Mhlrh ht- U. r'tunlry kiiU Hi liiti'ii icnuinul mlhrifiHM Hrmm-tuiMiaUUU lu ull fcinUhlo ultltuili luwunl thi tluiil-litvid.' la Democratic Papers Denounce Stanley Administration I atJ MTht- v h!r Hut Thw Ixiutitlilp TuNt t Umoi Iiuum,' hut Air ln.uk hi huui u it fur w nun Htm Hill 1 I 'tlt-jI I I ll "Wo couldn't tell whnl was clou-Ijin- is up our toilet and drain. We hud tn tear up Hour, pipe, etc. found a jat's ni'kt in basement. They had choked the pipes with refuse. The 1" plumher'a hill was 1S3. HAT-SNcleaned the rodent out." Three siiet Sold and Kuarnn-tee- d 2.u !iOc, $1.00. by McHolierts Drug Store and Oct. Adv. lliiM'Men llros. CcmlnS and Ur ;r 1.' tr ' H ' .How ' mi Im'li I'r.'iiili rnti'ii I ii I' n i Hi' " mil and K ilr'v li.riiiie iKlltrrle or lymer .il.tii.ii.' I 'rum nil mertirml nlre. All ele 11 I"ilsy Diner Wiillrr.KullilintT lint electric fun: lt'x uilllllli: Hie Minor .it L'elitleiiiijii's ACHES AND PAINS mtip. It"loii Tnilisrrlpt. kiiusiiKei lull) my QUICKLVREUEVED You'll find Sloan's Liniment softens the severe rheumatic ache k Jut !' KENTUCKY IN THE HOLE a rMit. I Tho UnllrJ StMtra LV'ifcUM lliiifuu Ht V HHhlns(Uti h it Junt 'Fltiaix lial Ht4llitlc uf hUUn" fur 1U vMilrlt iwa that J of th 41 Hlulrrt mIJ all cxp'tra, Imhuhnt. Intftiit til tiivtmy f f 9v. Thi n lint mi uf hr lm'iorinenl. Kriiluk hlu .imt Wint VlrfnU that! Ultiiul. IihIihiu. it hurt alMi Krntuck), unV lultj tAi'tiiM" hut wn t inllliun to lh H4' open-- . Hlthlii a st'jnv'i thru uf all nf thini olU nut it piniiiht iiu nl Cor. Black la Tied Hand and Foot to Stanley Office Holdera If You Want a Change mssasM Hul'l Vote For Morrow and thi Straight Republican Ticket wmami Haiva. fonaarl callaA w aayaaiany tar Ua LrMUaialmi; at awtaaM, aiac wana. aa ilea. Tattar, aad la aoU cr (Ul oa Ik Mrlat naswle tkat Ua asraaaM erlaa. Ite, will ka raaiptly rafaacM t amy aiaaa num itilrtr filiaaalaaMr STORMES Trjaui'aaaii MNfitak. famlilwaiiyaa DRUG STORE. Tut it on freely. Don't ra& it in. let it tartrate naturally. What a tcixc of soothirg relief toon follows I J xtcnul aches, stillness, torencis, cramped muscle, ttraincd smews, back "cricks" those ailments can't tight oil the relit ins qualities of ItAT-S.N'Aot; mice, after you use Sloan's I!iiiiinrnt. Chan, comtnicut, It a sure rodent killer. Try a Tki;. economical. J5c, TlV, Jl.-MHAT-SN'a nil prove it. Rats killed with leave no smell. Cats or ilojpi won't toucli it. Guaranteed. 25c. aiio Tl .cake), enough, for Pantry. Kitchen or Cellar. SOc. ais (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops or small building. $1.00 also (5 cakea) ei!0U;h for Must Be Discreet all farm and ttornce buildinKS, or factory buildings. Of cour"i e ry niaii ought to bo lib. Sold and Guaranteed by Mcltob-er- ti eral with his wife, but thero la no Drui; Store and Tlaselden Hros. kiim' lu tlvlne her enough uiODCjr to hire u divorce lu'n J er. adv. Perhaps Carpenters Struck. The Vklnrln timer of the limws of parliament; at Westminster, took some twenty years to hiill'l. I'mut Iiiim to unninlt tin. tower eniitalns 110 rooms eai Ii llreinif nml pack. ed llh "liile pupers, tin1 reeonls of centuries of KiikII'.Ii lilhlnry. Prettily Described. Junior, ileM rlliln;; u heiiiitlful, ehur-b- y lit tin Klrl with two illmpliNi In her ilierku, nniliN'i In her fat little arms. Raid: "Oh, diiildy, ) on should have seen lier. The finite it crnwril rleht on lier face, nnd even her arms have g.it little cmlles on 'cm I" Sugar In India. Th small Knt Indian nisar srov rr innkes no white supir, Imt lui.ly bulls Flown tlm J u Ire and iloe imt the inolnRse. Thf dark hne n .Deduct Is rallcil tur or till, nml Is generally i.nld and consu d without refining, nltlinuc.il In Koine parts of Ihu eonutry a certain amount of modern Is carried nn. . NO MORE RATS. tit Fo. In. UmtIm. llua. Bk. .b.lii.taMj.SuiM hMfk uu I !w Wk I w, ... b.k. ...u, iMt ul SthmMMlw. 1. H quicsaiuir AT fUCCISTi novasoN KtMtiir co., u.iarM. it .lMa nun min tail iMle-- U i k. VT Ml ..xSHI HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 16 1919. FURS FURS FURS The Greatest Sale Ever Held In This County WILL TAKE PLACE AT MRS. RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS' NEW STORE IN THE OLD CURREY STAND FOR TWO DAYS ONLY, We have just received $2,000.00 worth of high grade Russian and Canadian Furs in drummers' samples from the Monof its value, contreal Fur Company, Montreal, Canada, which must be sacrificed at once and will be sold at less than one-thir- d sisting of ladies' furs, coats, coatees, .ladies, and Misses' fur sets, scarfs, muffs, stoles, capes, and a few high grade numbers in mens fur lined coats. Also a few animal rugs, such as leopards, tigers, Siberian Wolf, Russian bears, Automobile robes and other fur garments too numerous to mention. These drummers' samples are in style, workmanship and made of the highest grade of Russian and Canadian furs, and they are the samples that were carried by the Montreal Fur Company's representatives and were sold to the high class trade in large cities for the present season, and are here for two days only. The reason for this sacrifice is to avoid the high cost of duty involved in taking those goods back to headquarters. Come early. Don't wait till it's too late. If you are ever in the market for a real nice set of furs or a real nice fur coat, now is your time to make your purchase. These high grade Russian and Canadian furs must be sold at once, for we cannot and will not take them back to headquarters now. If you ever intend buying a real set of furs or a real fur coat, now is the time to make your purchase. MRS. OLD CURREY STAND. RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. 665 Acres AT sVflEtjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjfiff? 'x tsBX. .iIjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjH Auction 3-Sep- arate Farms-- 3 3 fine homes READ ON best of land 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 thin opportunity. Remember I 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 be 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, 1920. At the same time .Mr. Gosney will sell a lot of stock, farming implements, etc. For further particulars and to show you the farm see Mr. Gosney at the farm, or 'GO SEE FOR YOURSELF. ACRES R. W. Gwinn Farm 335 SUBDIVIDED TO SUIT THE BUYERS THE VERY BEST LAND IN MERCER COUNTY. AT AUCTION Tuesday, October 21st, 10 O'CLOCK. 1- -2 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. in. plows, double disc harrow, I Case 8 Tractor with cultipacker, single disc harrow, roller, cultivators, turning plows, Dccring 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. 2-- J. Long frontage on Danville and Sh'akertown pike, and also Chatham pike, 1 miles Shakertown, 3 2 miles Burgin, 6 miles Harrodsburg. 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. Keau wis auv. Look at the rarm. lou will turn our statements true. The BEST Farm and the BEST improved farm offered for sale in Mercer or adjoining Counties this year. IMPROVEMENTS: A $10,000.00 new 2 story Brick Bungalow, 8 rooms,2 halls, 2 concrete porches, bath room and toilet. 4 room concrete basement. Furnace Water Works Electric Lights, beautiful fixtures. Hardwood Floors. French Doors and Windows. Built in Presses China Closets Buffet Book case and refrigerator. Modern and complete in every detail. Beautiful lawn to pike with large shade trees. 3 large tobacco barns, (22 acres), 4 tenant houses, 1 new good enough for ordinary residence. Silo, stock barns, garage and good orchard, everlasting stock water, concrete troughs, well fenced convenient fields and lots. Land level and gently rolling and very fertile, in high state of cultivation. Limestone with red clay subsoil. 175 acres in grass, 30 acres sown to wheat, 45 acres sown to rye, 85 acres for corn and tobacco next year. No waste land. The owner has taken care of this farm, he believes in "Hogging down" corn, feeds several car loads of hogs each 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 markets 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. The farm will bo subdivided and sold to the "High Dollar" In several tracts. Photographic view mailed on request. AN ALL DAY SALE BRASS BAND DINNER. For further particulars and to show you the farm see Mr. Gwinn at the farm, or "by-bids- ". 140 ..ACRES THE N. SWINEBROAD, or W. THE REAL ESTATE MAN. J. GOSNEY FARM, Lancaster, Kentucky. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. DINNER ON THE GROUND. ' A part of the Famous Camp Dick Robinson Land on Lexington pike, Garrard County, 6 mile Lancaster, 8 miles Danville. 190 2 FARMS ACRES AND 90 ACRES, 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 corn crib, wagon shed, buggy shed and cow stable. 8 acre tobacco barn, 3 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' whnt "Camp Dick" land is. ' No other farms in that section can be purchased. The best section in 'Garrard cpunty. Convenient to Schools, Churches Good neighborhood. 2 miles Bryantsville that growing village with and Markets. 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 ncres 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 1- -2 10O ACRES OF J. L. BUTLER. AT AUCTION Friday, October 24th. 10 O'CLOCK. An absolute sale without reserve 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, C 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 land, level and partly rolling. Well watered and well fenced. On the 100 adres is a 5 room dwelling, porches and cellar, cistern, 7 acre tobacco barn and other out buildings, 20 acres in grass and balancu in cultivation. On the 90 ncres a new 3 room house, brand new 10 acre tobacco barn. All In grnss 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 can buy worth the money re getting scarce. Mr. Butler at Danville will show you the farm at any time, or .'4 SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man or. yf. E. MOSS, 'Adv. Mgr, Lancaster, Ky. or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Lancaster, Ky. 4