You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 23, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919102301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 23, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 16 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 23. 1919. LANCASTER SECTION 1 THIRTIITNITIAR NUBIIH 10. EVERYBODY CONSOLIDATED BAND LIEUTENANT SKOW DR. ACTON SCHOOLS AND FAMILY New Organization MakjWell Known Flyer Has HELP THE ORPHANS. ing Good Progress, j To Leave Lancaster. Showing Record AtClose Call. tendance In This Purchased Property At MuncU, Ind. FALLS INTO OHIO RIVER. GENEROUS Fourteen Pieces. In tin-- next issue of he Record County. will print the b.ilancc of the "$10.00 It will be a source of regret to the Lieut. Charles L. Skow, so well Perhaps there are ninny subscribClub Members," and the $5.00 subM. Acton to learn Garrard County People scriptions. he camped during friends of Dr. J. ers to the Central Record that are not known here where Garrard county is proud of her he and his family will leave Lanthe Aviation Recruiting last July that Subscriptions for liny amount to aware that Lancaster has a brass caster in a few months to make their three Consolidated Schools, one beRushing To Aid his stay in the city during the the Home will he greattully received banil ifml one that she is justly proud aad Muncie, Indiana. ing at Paint Lick, one at Buckeye home last Liberty Loan drive last May, had future coming at ti ml may be left at any bank in the of. to Lancaster about and the other at Buena Vista. Our Since near Orphans Home. A few months ago this musical or- n narrow escape from death county or given to uny member of twenty years ago, Dr. Acton has County Superintendent informs us WANTS TO I the Citizens Committee. Subscriptions to the Kentucky Orphan Home $10.00 Club are coming In every day nnl It look like Garrard County I again (ruins OVcr the top in one of the most worthy campaigns In which money wa ever naked. The appeal of the fatherless and mothcrjess li not going to he unanswered inasmurh a the public school children have made up their nimU that they are Koine to provide a Home for tbosc less fortunate than closes The campaign themselves. Monday night, the 27th, of October and every good eltiien is urged to Join the Orphans Home Club NOW. The Hank you do business with will lie glad to take your name and subscription and you will get the credit for doing good to hundreds of orphan boys and girls who arc asking for a chance to Ret ulong in the world. As ask that you do not turn down this you wish our own children well we appeal for help. II. F. Hudson, It. E. McRoberts. George Spoonamore, Mrs. W. E. Mom, . Kilns W. Moss, Miss Mielby Mason, W. A. Sneith, John 8. Ison, ganization wns effected Winter Kengarlan Reading Oct. 27. Prepare for your winter reading by having your Eyes Tested and Glasses Kitted by J. J. BYRNE, at Hotel, IjtncHster, Help the Orphans Home Subscriptions for any amount to the Orphans Home will be gratefully received and may be left ut any bank in the county or given to liny member of the Citizens Committee. Farm Sells. Mr. Milo Simpson sold his farm on the Iluckeve pike this week to Miss Ileulah Ileazley fur $250 an acre. The farm contains 100 acres and it is said by knowing ones to be worth the money. Paid Promptly. Ilrg to state that the Inturiince carried by my son, with E. C. Gaines' company, were first to settle, and it my friends, this type of nn ngent gives me pleasure to recommend to whose motto is "prompt settlement and service to the public." E. . Creech. It J. J. K. Perkins, W. Klmorr, It. Mount, , Decorators Here. the firm of Wm. Heck and Sons Company, of Cincinnati, is hero this week looking over the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse, preparatory for the decorations that will be used during the Corn and Tobacco Fair which will be held there November 21st und ,22nd. This firm is enc of the most extensive in this section of the country, having decorated the Methtfdist Centenary building at Columbus. They hate also decorated the Warehouse at Maysvilte where a similar corn and tobacco fair has been conducted for several years. .Mr. A. T. Ileck of W. T. King. A. V. Sanders, S. It. Sanders, S. X. Davis, S. G. llaselden, . T. Italian), Sr. I). Powell, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Iliatt. a George II. Itobinson, Dr. M. S. Hatfield, Dr. 1'ren.tls Walker. W. A. Dickerson, Joe P. Kelle'y. W. I). Hall, It. P. S;vope, Jesse W. Sanders, 11. C. Sutton, Robert Shearer, Bryantsville, J. ('. William. R. 1. Burton, James F. Burrows, Paint Lick. George D. Robinson, J. I. Hamilton, Dr. J. It. Kinnaird. W. B. Burton, W. E. Moss, Dr. Virgil Kinnaird, Dave Thomas, J. T. Raney, W. B. Moss, J. E. Robinson, Adolph Joseph, W. J. Romans, ' H. V. Baatin. W. F. Champ, W. A, Farnau, Joe S. llaselden, F. B. larksbury, G. B. Swincbroad, Henry Moore, R. Zimmcr, Dave Ilervey, F. S. Hughes, S. G. Vaughan, Dr. J. A. Amon, J. W. Sweeney, L. G. Davidson, Green Clay Walker. J, K. Dickerson, R. L. Burton, Henry Moore, Jr. Edith Moore, R. L. Klkin, W. F. Miller, Many others arc waiting for a call upon them so that they can Join this Club. Those who wish to become members of the Club are asked to take their subscription to any bank in the County leave und their names. The Banks will be glad to receive any contributions for this cause; or you can hand it to any of the following Citizens Committee Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, Mrs. R. E, McRoberts, Mrs. R. I. Burton, Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. William Burton, Mrs. Hogan Ballurd, Mrs. Woods Walker, Mrs. Rice Woods, Mrs. Geo. D. Robinson, Miss Martha Kavan-aug- h, Miss Jennlo Iliggins, Miss Eliza Ison, Rev. F. D. Palmeter, Rev. J, R. Moorman, Rev. H. S. Hud- ion, Rev. C. D. Strother, James I. Hamilton, Judge L. L. Walker, J. J. Walker, Jr., S. C. Denny, J, W. El more, T. C. Rankin, G. B. Swine-broaR. L. Elkln, Prof. P. H. Hop. kins, W. A. Farnau, R. IE Lcdford. they and have practiced unceasingly once a week since the organization, until now they arc brave enough to play in public and many were fortunate enough to hear them at the court house last Friday night at a meeting of the citizens of the town called together in the interest of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse. At this meeting several musical numbers were rendered, each one being welt executed and each number bringing hearty applause from the pleased audience. They have been furnishing music for u number of public sales In the county and by this means have accumulated a little snvings, something much needed in an organization of this character. The band is composed of n splendid set of young men, some Very young, but they make just as much noise as the older ones and always in harmony and in perfect time. They should and doubtless have the encouragement and iff the citizens of the town and county, all of whom will take pride in encouraging them and when music of this character is needed, call out the Lancaster band, which will lend encouragement to them and partially repay for the many hours they have practiced so faithfully for the past six months. The bund is composed of fourteen members, who are as follows with the instrument each plays: Noel liogie. Cornet, S. N. Davis, Cornet; Claude Conn, Cornet; Rich-nr- d Henry, Clarinet; Henry Moore, Sr., Hass; Henry Moore, Jr., Bar! tone; Stephen Sutton Trombone; Allen Johnson. Trombone; John Estes and Willie Mullins,, Alto's; R. S. Courts, Saxaphonc; Uryan Sutton, Has Drum; Cecil Sanders, snare drum; Cecil Henry. Cornet. Strong Firm. Hon. Emmet i'uryear and Mr. Sanders E. Clay, both prominent attorneys of Danville, the former the Commonwealth Attorney for this distri ct, have formed a partnership as will be seen by their announce-men- e is this issue of the Record. These gentlemen will practice law in the courts of this state and in the U. This combination S. Courts. will flees will be at Danville, Mr. Clay make n strong legal firm. Their after the office work, while Mr. Pur) ear is looking after the comthroughout monwealth's interests CORN AND TOBACCO FAIR To Be Big Event. This office is getting out u large amount of advertising literature for the Garrard County Fair Association and prospects were never better for the best fair of this character ever seen in this part of the state. The premium list will be out in u few days and as Garrard county has a bumper crop of both corn and tobacco this year we look for this county to carry off her share of the many prizes offered. If you want to get some of the particulars just call on either the President, Mr. Peddicord or its secretary, Mr. Robert Kinnaird. Evansvillc, Indiana, last Monday. His thrilling stunts in the air while here will be long remembered. The dispatch states that Lieut. Show and his mechanician were flying over the Evansvillc Centennial grounds Exposition with several them. thousand people watching Flying close to the water the wheels of the plane are reported to have touched the water overturning the airplane andplunging the aviator and his assistant into the water. They were strapped in but as the airplane sank both succeeded in getting loose and rose to the surface as motor boats came up to rescue them. n Lieut. Skow is one of the pilots from Godman Field at Camp Knox. He was flying over the Horse Show at Churchill Army Downs Saturday afternoon, and gave the crowd many thrills with his nose dives and spiral dives adding a "loop" now and then. He left for Evansvillc Monday morning to give an exhibition of flying at that place. This young aviator is one of the He has most daring in the business. faced n dozen or more accidents during his career at Godman Field as n pilot. He smashed up two planes in one week last fall, one when he crashed into a pole at Camp Zachary Taylor carrying as a passenger Major Forest Ilraden. Another plane was burned when it caught fire while flying at a small town out in the State. Army officers said that Skow is one of the best flyers in the game, but recms to have a streak' of bad luck when flying. It will be remembered that when the "flying ciicus" was in Louisville bringing more than a dozen piano, to the city. Lieut. Skow was called upon to accompany the "circus" to Out of all these planes Skow was the one to take a tumble and smash another plane. accidents Despite his numerous he has not suffered a scratch, ncr He has has he injured a passenger. turned over in airplanes fallen to the earth, narrcv.ly missed being burned up in his machine and now his litest stunt narrowly escaped drowninp. achieved splendid success here in the mnking practice of his profession, quite a name for himself as a surgeon, as well as in his general practice. A few weeks ago he sold his home and hospital to Dr. Virgil Kinnaird and a few weeks later purchased ii hospital in Muncie. The Daily paper of that city has the following to soy of his recent purchase; "A deal whereby tho old Whitney hospital at CIS South Council street, passed into the possession of Dr. John M. Acton of Lancaster, Ky., a widely known physician and surgeon, was consummated Tuesday with the purpose in view of equipping a modern hospital for the convenience of citizens of this region. The consideration in the deal, which was closed through W. Y. Chaplin, was $12,000. Dr. Acton announced that the building, which had been used during the last four or five years only for the private practice of Dr. W. D. Whitney, will be improved throughout and that perhaps forty beds will be installed. The building has twenty large rooms. The new owner comes to Muncie being with as recommendations among the best in his profession. He is of middle age and has had a wide disexperience. He recently was charged as a surgeon in the United States army during the world war. Since the closing of the Mix hospital in August, Muncie has had on)" tlie services of the Home hospital, which, although well equipped and giving excellent service, has long been regarded as too small to meet the needs of a community of this size. The of the Whitney hospital is expected to relieve the situation to an appreciable de- that the attendance at all of these schools are very much increased over any previous years, the one at Paint Lick showing an enrollment of 290 pupils. This indeed speaks well not only for the splendid schools and teachers, but also speaks well for the that is being shown the schools by the parents and children. While the attendance has been ex ceptionally large, yet we understand there is quite a few that are not yet enrolled. An extract from the computsory Attendance law as amended by the last Legislature says: " the teacher at the end of each week shall report the name and age of each child between the ages of seven and fourteen years, inclusive, who fails to attend school for a period of three days during the week, to the trustee or chairman of the board of trustees. It shall be the duty of the trustee or chairman of the board to immediately investigate said case, and if it neglect or refusal on the parent, guardian or other person having the custody of such child, the trustee or chairman shall immediately report said case to the nearest court having jurisdiction of same, and it shall be the duty of said court to immediately issue its warrant against the parent, guardian or other person failing or refusing to send said child to school and said court shall proceed to try said cases as other criminal cases are tried. Any person or persons failing or refusing to comply with all or Lny part of this section shall be fined not less than five or more than twenty dollars." More City gree. The Whitney hospital is the oldest in the city, having been opened more than 20 years ago. For a number of years it was the only hospital in the city and served both the public in general and persons sent there at the city's expense under a special ar- Property Sell. "Putting Kentucky On W. O. Rigney Honored. The World Map." E. P. Brown Residence. The above is the subject of an address to be given at the Court House, Tuesday, Oct. 28th, at 7:30 P. M., by Rev. L. L. Pickett, of Wilmore, Ky. This address is in behalf of the StateThis wide Prohibition Amendment. is to be a mass meeting and every one is invited to come. Mr. Pickett is n noted temperance speaker who has been in Lancaster before. the district Democratic Speaking. The Democratic County Campaign Committee has booked a number of good political speakers to address the citizens of the county during the next week. Hon. John W. Newman is to speak at Paint Lick this evening and the town has already been billed for the event. A good crowd should hear him. Next Monday, county court day, in the Governor Black will speak court house beginning promptly at 1:30 o'clock. This should bring to lawcaater one of the largest crowds seen here In several months to hear discuss thu distinguished Governor the political issues of the day. On Thursday, October 30th, at 7:30 o'clock, Hon. Rufas Hurdle will speak at the court house. A good crowd should turn out to hear him, for he Is ono of the best orators and statesmen in America. Remember the dates and attend every speaking if possible. ERASMUS DUNN Passes Away At His Home On Danville Pike. Mr. Erasmus Dunn, one of the old est and most successful farmers in Garrard county passed away at his home on the Danville pike last Saturday mornina? about ten o'clock after nn illness of several weeks due to extreme age and complications. Mr. Dunn was in the 84th year of his age and all his long life was spent in this county and on tho farm where he passed his last days. He was one of the most successful farmers in the county and owned at the time of his death about 000 acres of land. His wife died about three years ugo. No children were born to this union and the nearest relatives living are neices and nephews. Mr, Dunn was a member of the Christian church, having united with this denomination when quite young. Ills passing away removes another of Garrard's oldest citizens. The burial took place in Lancaster cemetery but Sunday afternoon conducted by Rev. F. D. Palmeter, a large circle of friends and acquaintances attending the last sad rites. Notice To All Ex-Soldie- Foot Ball At Nicholasville. Captain Todd Elliott with his band of Foot Ball Workers will Journey Nicholasville tomorrow Friday, to where they will play that school at 3:30 P. M. This is expected to bo a good game as the Local High intends to bring Victory back to their Institution the same at they did last Friday. Quite a large crowd will accompany the boys over there as they all know L. H. 8. has a Foot Ball team to feel justly proud of and they are willing to back 'them and show good school spirit. Swinebroad is still selling them. He sold the N. J. Gosney farm of 145 acres yesterday to Mr. Floyd Curtis, for $275.00 un acre. The personal Veterans. This is strictly a civilian organi- property of Mr. Gosney was sold and only mem later and brought good prices. zation, also sold the Mr. Swinebroad bers that have been discharged from the Army, Marine, or Navy with an Gwinn farm in Mercer county for an honorable discharge can join same. average of $301 un acre. The membership fees aro two dol lars ($2.00) and you will receive the at- benefit of being a returned veteran, , About three hundred people it will help you to straighten out any tendtd the public sale of Aberdeen-Angu- s cattle-- belonging to Bradshaw matters that may confront you. In each one of these letters are Brothers yesterday and the bidding curds that you are asked to fill out was spirited. Keuy head of the and return to Billy F. Miller in or- thorough breds went under the humder that all the records of this county mer and brought an average of may be completed. $250.00 a head. A cow and calf If you desire, to become a mem- purchased by SmiUic Hill topped the ber and want to assist us in the big sale, bringing $1,065. Mr. W. L. day that will come off in Lancaster, Lewis of Moreland, bought a choice November 11th. "ARMISTICE DAY" cair for $600.00." Quite a lot of grade stuff sold As ypu with your own children to give your name to either 'Post Com to 7 or bringing from 6 cents a do wall wo fed sura you will holp mander Dr. Virgil G. Kinnaird fortunate littlo ones who Secty and Treas, Mr Benjamin Wood pound. This was light cattle weightho.o ing about 600 pounds. at McRoberts Drug Store. bave bo ono to help them. You no doubt have by this time received the letter from Dr. V. G. of Kinnaird, as Post Commander this Post, asking and urging that you become a member of the American Legion. The letter very briefly tellls you when the American Legion was form ed, what it Is and what it stands for, r It is the desire of the Post to get all the boys from Garrard County into this Legion, second The Legion meets every Thursday in each month, and there are always matters of vital impor tance that come before the body of The bidding was quite spirited at the public sale of the Lancaster Ware house last Saturday afternoon, it finally being knocked off to a company of local gentlemen for $5,080. The W. R. Cook residence and ten acres of ground was sold publicly al(he rangement so last Saturday for $10,050, Dr. Acton expects to rush the work purchaser being Mr. John T. Hicks. of improvement and will the hospital at the earliest date possible." Mr. W. O. Rigney is being heartily congratulated upon his election as Don't fail to attend the auction Grand Master of the First Veil, at sale of the West property now own- the annual election of the Grand ed by E. P. Brown, on Stanford Chapter Royal Arch Masons held in street next Monday, county court Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. This office leads, withday, at 2:30 P. M. out contest, to Grand High Priest, the highest office at the disposal of the Royal Arch Mason of Kentucky. Mr. J. A. Beazley, our local under- This honor is worthily bestowed taker, has just returned from Cin- and Mr. Rigney is equally as happy cinnati, where he contracted for an as his friends and deeply grateful Auto Funeral Car. The purchase for the high honor they have so gracwas made through Crane and Breed iously given him. Mfg. Co., and he expects to receive WANTED: About forty head of it about December 1st. 1000 pound feeding cattle, J. E. Robinson. tf. Buys Auto Funeral Car. Tobacco High. Mr. Ed Naylor sold his crop of toFOR SALE: Heating stove, chifbacco to be delivered over the floors fonier. Bookcase and table, Bed, of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Chairs, Matting, Kitchen table, vinefor 75 cents a pound, taking every gar barrel. Phone 7. thing from the ground up. This is Miss Kate Kinnaird. one of many of the best crops In the county and good judges think it will bring $1.00 a pound over the local floors. Gosney Farm' Sells. Great Cattle Sale. Plckforr, in Daddy Long Legs' at Rohihs Opera Houe, October 27th aad 28th. MostioMc aW Marti NihL Stt Bif tW The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 23, 1919. LUTHER GIBBS FARM AT A i HU H HHb H i k H THURSDAY, NOV. I I I AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. 6th ' HAVING PURCHASED THE LUTHER GIBBS FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY, LOCATED ON THE KIRKSVILLE PIKE TWO AND ONE HALF MILES FROM HIATTSVILLE, CONSISTING OF 635 ACRES. I WILL SUBDIVIDE AND SELL THIS FARM IN TRACTS OF 25 TO 100 ACRES. IN OFFERING THIS FARM I CAN SAY WITHOUT FEAR OF CONTRADICTION, THAT I AM OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC s .X. 9 I i . ever offered in Garrard County and on the easiest payments. This is sand stone land Blue Grass that has not been plowed in fifty years. It has been used as a cattle farm, the original owner having spent a life time in building it up to its present state of high cultivation and the buyer will reap the reward. This land is so located, that every part in the subdivision will front a road. ON THE 100" ACRE TRACT IS A SPLENDID HOUSE WITH ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND BATH, BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED, A SPLENDID STOCK BARN, STOCK SCALES, GARAGE AND ALL OUTBUILDINGS NECESSARY, BESIDE A LARGE CATTLE BARN. THERE IS NO TOBACCO BARN ON THE FARM, BUT GOOD LAND WILL BUILD A GOOD BARN, THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE YIELD ON THIS LAND AND ORDINARY LAND, WILL IN ONE YEAR BUILD YOUR BARN. THERE IS ON THIS FARM ABOUT 100,000 FEET OF GOOD TIMBER, PLENTY OF GOOD POSTS, WELL WATERED AND WELL FENCED. I ESPECIALLY INVITE THE PEOPLE OF KIRKSVILLE, POOSEY AND BUCKEYE TO LOOK THIS LAND OVER, AS IT IS THE CHARACTER OF LAND THEY KNOW, ADJOINING THE FARM OF COLONEL BEN KELLEY, WHO HAS IN THE PAST TWENTY YEARS RAISED MORE HIGH PRICED TOBACCO THAN ANY OTHER ONE FARM IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY OF ITS SIZE. THE FARM WILL BE SOLD IN SIX PAYMENTS: ONE THIRD, JANUARY 1st. 1920; THE BALANCE IN FIVE PAYMENTS. COME AND LOOK-IOVER BEFORE THE DAY OF SALE. MR. GIBBS WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING YOU OVER THE FARM. I HAVE BEEN SELLING LAND FOR THIRTY YEARS AND NEVER IN THAT TIME HAVE I EVER OFFERED A MORE FERTILE ONE THAN THIS AND ONE AS READY FOR THE PLOW. WILL MEET THE PURCHASER HALF WAY WITH THE PAYMENTS. T 635 Acres of the Best Land IT HAS MORE TOBACCO, HEMP AND CORN LAND READY, THAN ANY OTHER FARM EVER OFFERED IN THE COUNTY. ' I J. I. HAMILTON. J The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 23, 1919 7 AS MUCH AS YE HAVE IT OF THE LEAST Of THESE" THE MOTHERLESS AND THE FATHERLESS ASK YOUR HELP The Kentucky Orphans Home $10. Glut Shows You the Way JOIN NOW AND HELP THE LITTLE ONES. BUCKEYE Mr. A. C. Miles was in Nicholas iltc MamUiy. to Mr. Thomps Davis motored Winchester, Monday. Rev. I). 'F Sebastian will preucli Sunday ut eleven A. M. Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Morford and family were in Danville Sunday. Mr. and Mm. George Kay visited Mr. and Mm. A. C Miles Sunday. Messrs Tom .Morford and Itobcrt Long were in Nicholasville anil Lexington Friday. Mr and Mm. I.ouu McCullcy u..! family visited Mr. and Mrs. S. N. MorfCrd Sunday. Mr. Morford of Danville i spending a few day with Mr. S. N. .Morford and family. Mr. and Mr. Will Itay of Hyatt, viltv were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Noel Sunday Mrs, I.ora Noel, Mivei Sallic Noel and Zula Calieo were in Danville Saturday shopping. Dr. uml Mr. J. E. Edwards who were ill a few days last week are now aide to be out again present There were eighty-fou- r at S. S. Inst Sunday. All come back and bring some one with jou. Xcxt week "Our Personal Responsibility for Temperance Kcform." Mr. and .Mrs. I.. I. Sanders nnd son, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Curtis and family and Joe Kay were weekend guests of Mr. Hiram Kay nnd family, How Mat Cohen Spends Your Miles were Mr. mid Mr. A. ( guests of Mr and Mm Hubert Carter FORERUNNERS OF SICKNESS. Indigestion and constipation are at Mnrrcllus from Wednesday until the forerunners of half the ills of Friday. Subject for prayer meeting this mankind. When food is properly Helper". digested, you urc free from billious-ncsweek, "An ever present gut, bloating, sick headache, sour stomach coated tongue. Foley Cathartic Tablets cleanse the bowels, sweeten the stomuch nnd invig-orat- e the liver. It. K. MrKOIlKKTS, Druggist. 10.2.4t. adv. Money! CUNN'S CHAPEL. y Mat 8. Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture and Democratic candidate for Secretary of Stale, wore people In Ills department and spend" more unoney Oi.ni uiiy other three, combined departments It U ery liiipiir'ant to the taxpayer, c.pcclally Hie farmers, how 1l- l- money of tho State cm eminent spent. a ear, Cohen' personal tratcllnc epeiie, hliii Jou tatpujers pay, have piled up tofor In three 50i per day lolal of t. I.VI HI. an aterat of l..tSIIII per year. In 11117 he charged ou taxpayer a hotel and laxlcab bill of more for allcndiiiz the State Fair In addition In railroad fare and ten than IIKMii. !,- - antlHHly pa )uii to llt the Suite Fair) llh jour Voucher on tile In ihe Auditor's ofllre at Frankfort show what Cohen has been doing iuple of Ihe citrnai:aiii e of thli nun Cohen who, four year ago. solemnly llelnw are a few tnoimy. promised jou lipa)er to spend your innney carefully and economically : Facts for the Taxpayers of Kentucky !) VOUCHER NO. 12512 PAID MAY 11, 1tl. Mat S. Cohtn Transportation from Frankfort to Washington and re30.S turn and berth M l? HoUl Washington (at New Wlllard) .00.. 11.00 Meale an route (2) WOO: return (3) J.00i In Washington ( Cab 75c; Tail 90: Car 20c; Taal 60c; Tasl 50c; Car 20c; Tasl 70c; M Car 40e; Tasl 90c Car 20c; Tasl 1.00 VOUCHER NO. 4141 PAID JANUARY 1, 19U. 33.50 Cohen Mileage Book $30.00; Berth to Washington $3.50 1J.J at Baltimore 22.68 at Washington and Berth horn Meals at Baltimore $8; 15 Meale at Washington and In transit 2Z.0O $77.W M. S. Hotel Hotel Eight 11SOO Taal to and from Depot at sins.rcar fir. 12 00: Tails Telegram Baltimore $2.00; Telegram 45c In Washlnaton 90c. 60c. 90c. 70c, 70c, 80c. 2.45 6.80 .55 $106.93 VOUCHER NO. 13036 PAID JUNE 29, 1917. Mat 8. Cohen Fare Frankfort to Chicago. .$19.20 2.00 Pullman 10.10 Congress Hotel (Chicago) 28.00 28 Meals IAJ . Tasl Chicago W Street Car f. .. SO Tasl to Train $66.13 VOUCHER NO. 1941 PAID SEPT. 22, 1917. M. S. Cohen Expense account for September 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 13. 14, 15, (State Fair) Far to Louisville and return....) 3.00 Hotel (Seelbach) Rooms, Meale, Wire. Tele10500 phone Transfer of trunk 70c and 50c 2.00 at 50 cents each Four Taxi trips Per diem, 10 day at $5.00 per day $16120 legal The minute Cohen mi elected In olllce he pot Ihe state legUlaturo to raise his salary, but tbe of'Agriculture. Cohen Is "ember department of Ihi.'stnte rul.il he miild not linm It. A CoininU-lon- er regularly as a part of the of all Ihe board- - III hl department and ll duty l t" attend their meeting n day for Hut Cohen charged you from $5,110 to SIO-n Hilary work for )ou taxpau-- r at jou paid him for this was $(W).0D for 83 day, an aver- of various Lards. Th. nttcndlmr at roll call. age of $7.41 per day liisy money for nnmcrlnc "Here" charged to Cohen was paid MlXUm upon the order of the Veterinary Kiuiiiliiera' Itoard and It was the Voteriimry 1. no Fund. Tho Attorney (Seiicrnl ruliil the ilnlm was Illegal. dnnv money In addition In their salaries. One w as paid $30.00 Certain clerks III Cohen's department She draws n regular salary u meeting for intending four meetings of Ihe l.lvo Slock Sanitary llonrd. Can )ou beat III of I'.'.WO.OO a year which you taxpayers pay paid an extra $100.00 as cleric n Valnry of 81,'JOOOJ a jear mid In addition: she Another clerk sets of the Stale Hoard of Veterinary Examiner. I'retty soft. COHEN CHARGES YOU EXTRA FOR DOING HIS JOB WHAT'S IN THE STATE FAIR BOOKS? State Campaign Committee asked the Pri'v",'Bnnof1''"v'nfJ tho llepiihll.-utho prtU-legCohen at first Hooka examined by certified public accountants. meeting of the Sate When threatened with a law suit, he said ho would submit the request to a ti7- - n few days before the election. Hoard of Agriculture. Oct. Fair belon to the taxpayers who contribute huso sums of money each jear The books of the Sta lTmokn"'1olbe?'uemi In those book are vouchers ahowlns Mat Cohen's personal exneujo account-Wh- y books! does Cohen object to an Immrllate examination of tho-iOn Oct. a YOUR VOTE UNDER THE LOG CABIN WILL HELP RID THE TAXPAYERS OF THIS MAN COHEN AND HIS EXTRAVAGANT SYSTEM run munnuvv I VUlt Straight Republican Ticket i I and the I Miss Inez IjiiiiI spent Tuesday with Miss Hcrnice Ilroaddus. Mr. McKinley Ijbell sold his entire crop of tobacco at CO cents. Mr. Taltoti May visited relatives in Madison a part of last week. Mr. Frank Land was in Lexington from Wednesday until Friday. Mrs. Sim Ray and Master Klgin Ray spent Monday with Mrs., J. W. Dailcy. Mr. George Teater of Madison was here with Messrs John and T. M. Chandler, Sunday. A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Fothergill Sunday, Oct. 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Land Sunday. Mr. J. H. Ilollon of Hazel Green spent n few days here last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Land. Mrs. Myrtle Bust und two children of Winchester, visited Mr. J. B. Bob- Jiitt und family recently. Mr. Irvine Simpson and daughter, Miss Thelma, were in Lexington Sat urday to consult nn eye speehlist. Mr. and Mrs .Hughey Mobcrley and little daughter, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater Mr. Klbert Teater left Saturday in via, Lexington for ronie point Wyoming where he will accept n po sition. .Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson and two sons, Jesse anil Leslie were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Isbell Sunday. Mesdumes Robert Long and Hay. den Leavell of Lancaster and Mrs. W. B. Ray motored to Lexington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr and Mrs. J. B. Bobbitt, and Mr. Robert Ray spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster Smith nnd little son, , M,rs. Sidney Everett who havo been with relutjvea in Mercer for u fortnight returned home Sunday. und Misses Mrs. Robert Long, Frances Long, Mary Edith and Fan. nic Lee Walker were guests of Mr. W. B. Ray and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Miss Iva Ilollon, Messrs J, B, and Beckham Ilollon motored to Lexington Wed nesday to meet Hon. C. T. Byrd of Tulsa Oklahoma, who was on his way to Washington nnd New York. CAKTERSVILLE. We are glad to learn that Mr. D, D. Center is improving even tho it be slowly. The stork has visited us again, this time leaving a son at Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woolwines. Mrs. C. S. Roop spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Felix Pennington near Paint Lick. The flu is flying in this community again. Mr. Andy Conn and his two sons are the victims of it. Mrs. Wcddle had a narrow escape last wick, when her horse became frightened, upsetting her buggy, but there was no one tcriously hurt. Messrs Clyde Sanders and Earl Broaddus, Misses Bessie Ray Sanders nnd Elizabeth Carter from Buckeye motored over to hunt chestnuts on Sunday. Mr. C. S. Roop tells us that he is about to complete the handsome res idence of W. K. Kelley, it being equipped with the modern conveniences such as furnace, electric lights etc. Miss Cora C. Roop received a message that Mrs. James II. Hamilton had undergone an operation at Danville and is now getting along nicely. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. Miss Cora C. Hoop and Miss Rcna Mr. Gordon Doty of State College spent the' week end with his mother, Mrs. Mary Doty. Rev. Skagg went to Salem SaturAll his appointment at that place. day to Mrs Nora Pruitt has been confined to her bed with Rheumatism. Miss Francis Bogie was badly burned on both limbs and hands Wednesday evening when she dropped a coal oil lamp from the mantel to the floor. Her night gown was soon in a light blaze. Her screams awakened the family and when she started to run Mrs. Bogie grabbed her as she was coming out of her bed room. Noel Bogie who came about the same time extinguished the blaze with some bed clothing. She was saved from a worse fate and probably death by the presence of mind of her mother and brother. Mrs. Bogies right hand was considerably bnmed . Miss Francis is swathed in bandages but her friends hope for her a speedy recovtry. NOTICE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, GRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEING ": SHRUBS, ROSES, Pointer entertained their friends Sunday from Tcatersville, Misses Rosa and Inez Ray, Mr. Earnest Christman and Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins. The Baptist Church had some four minute speakers from Paint Lick, speaking on the Orphans Home funa. They were Mr. Willie Rogers, Todd and Mr. Arnold. Every enjoyed the speeches. Mr. one MARKSBUKY Mr. Robert Fox is ill with appendicitis. Mr. Green Estes nnd Miss Hunter motored to Wilmore Sunday. ETC. LAWN and GARDEN. FREE Illustrated Catalog. NO ACENTS. , H.F.Hillenmeyer&Sons EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LEXINGTON. KY. Aln! iUl i B( ' THE BYRNE OPTICAL SERVICE Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. Thirteen Years in Central Kentucky. Will be at the Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster. Ky. October 27th One Day Only. Danville's Exclusive Optometrist. I EMPLOY NO AGENTS. J. J. BYRNE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 23 1919. We i represent one of the largest Roofing manufac CHILD LABOR LAW UNFINISHED WAR WORK Being Violated In Lan caster. Inspector FurnUht Condeniation, Remains Yet To Be Done By Red Cross. Subscriptions For Any Amount To The During the war the energies of For the benefit of those not ac quainted with the Child Labor Law the Ked Cross were concentrated on of this state and from the fact that extending aid nnd comfort to militurers in the South. It is being violated In this city, we tary and naval forces and relief to KENTUCKY ORPHANS HOME This are requested to print the law bear civilian populations. advancing, As all kinds of material are Ing on this subject In its condensed task is not yet fully peformed. To form. men still in service and to their famSOCIETY you should place your order NOW for The provision of the law In brief ilies at home, to discharged soldiers are, not yet readjusted to the routine of PROVISIONS OF THE LAW. civilian life, to boys suffering or "Section 1. If it labor Inspector convalescing in military nnd naval any Bank in the County. May be finds n child under fourteen years of hospitals, the American people must age working for you, or If any one still give cheer, comfort nnd service reports a child under fourteen years through their Ked Cross. In certain able s or! ing for you, either the whole portions of Kurope Give as much as you the American day or any time after school hours. Red Cross must still cap for babies, ami fur the aged you ale breaking the Child Labo: We can save you money and give you law end both you and the child s par and Infirm, and must assist it. You will not countries to organize their own ents will be liable to prosecution )n n a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. the courts and to n line of from $1" resources to preserve the vitality and you. to f SO for the first ollcnse. And the little ones will lics of their people. While all culd these esponsibilities at home and "Section 2. If you have between fourteen ami sixteen enrs abroad have steadily lessened in of age working for you. either dur volume anil scope ami arc gradually ing the day or at any time after moving toward completion. They school hours, without a permit from cannot be abandoned until they are of Education, you arc fully met. The Ked Cross can unthe Hoard LIVE breaking the Child law and dertake no plans that du not include AND both you nnd the rhild'a parents will this unfinished as their be liable to prosecution in the courts first obligation. 3E ISO for nnd to a line of from SIS to The next Ited Cross drie has been the first offense. fixed for .N'owinbcr --'ml, to 11th. .1. If you have n child work' He do your duty Record help the struggling husband ing"Sec. you during the day, or at any the preparedoftothis splendid toward success and father raise a tobacco time for Weekly. $1.50 a Y.r. after school hours who claims crop. He was unable to em- to bu sixteen years of age or over, Payable In Adrsncsv ploy any other help. The and you have no proof in your place Succeeds Where vie Colored Teachers Have 'which was served Miss C Troutman J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. trust took the crop, the tears that the child is sixteen ears of age Welcome Addrrsa, Others Fail. R. L .ELK1N, Local Editor and Mgr. of the mother anil the Response Miss Mabte Farmer, worn or over, and a Ijilior Inspector prov. Meeting. If your Kyes trouble you Paper- Mow to Secure Community work hav es that the child is not sixteen years necil glasses, try the Byrne and you in Lan- children and their Optical Entered at the Post Office of age, as claimed, you have broken Mrs. F. K. Stepp, The Joint Association of Lincoln ing been in vain, the prices Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s the Child I.abor law and both you Service it succeeds where others fail, amounting to confisca- and the child's parents are liable to at Kengarl.in Hotel, Lancaster, Oct. and (iarrard County Colored Teach- Hound Table Discussion The ReMatter. Friday morning Oct, 10, lation cf the school to the Comtion. It is little wonder they prosecution in the courts, nnd to a 27th. one day only. J. J. I1YRNK, ers met Point Lcaudl School buildmunity Sanitation. Danville's Exclusive Optometrist. 1919, at Lucister, Ky., October 23, 1919 wanted to do themselves what line of from $15 to $S0 for the first Ophelia Mrs. ing. The teacher, Mrs. J. A. Gains, Sole. the offense. The child's word or and her eood natrons had the government of their state parents word, or the parent's sworn Paper We Iluild The Udder lly Member Kentucky Press Association and nation should have done made all necessary preparation and Or affidavit is not sufficient proof. Which we Rise, Miss Ilrttie Wood. and were ready to receive us. The morn Hut in if you accept a false statement of for their protection. SOMETHING YOU SHOULD ing session was gien to the business Sating the Advance Pupils Eighth District Publishers League. this case the Republican party age from the child, or a false state KNOW ABOUT GARRARD. Mr. George Cuius and Mr. W. M. uf the Association and to a discus Tardiff. ran "true to form." Always ment of age from parents of child Rates For Political Announcement,, The American Legion is right here sion of the Moonliiiht Schools. or a false affidavit as to the age of Play Ground. Mrs. Rosj Ross. We stopped long enough to For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 a trust party, kept in power by the age of the child working for ou representing the best young men In the trusts, like the devil him dismissing the child does not excuse Garrard County, this is Ileldnl of the snlrndid retust that was Solo, Shine On Me W. M. Johnson. 10.00 For County Offices Adjourned to meet In Stanford, Post No. .IS, show your respects so pleasantly arranged, in the ard, For State and District Offices. .15.00 self it looked after its own you, and both you and the child's to those that gate their all, .10 The farmers were under the leafy boughs. Then we Nov Nth, 1919. For Calls, per line the ones parents are liable to prosecution. Join the Legion today. .10 J. J, Green, President. feasted from the intellectual table For Cards, per line Before child starts to work for you who got the ax. One who For all publications in the inter-ehae child bring you a written state would vote for Ed Morrow of individuals or expresment of age from the school child now deserves all that the G. O. attended, and keep statement of age sion of individual views, per 10 P. may hand him in the neigh in your place while child is working line .05 borhood of the cervica verte for you. Or, if a child Is a Catholic, Obituaries, per lino have a baptismal certificate brought brae. you and keep same in your place as ED MORROW AND long a child is working for you. THE FARMERS. "Sec. 4. If you work a child lie tween fourteen and sixteen years of Edwin P. Morrow admits age before 7 o'clock in the morning, he opposed pardoning five To Memory Of Mrs. or after o'clock in, the evening of Grant County farmers who any day in the week, or for more had been convicted of violat than eight hours in nny one day, nor Mary Lackey. more than six days in nny week, you ing the anti-trulaws in proare breaking the Child Ijjbor law ceedings in the Federal Court. In a letter to her daughter, Itev. prosecution in liable Morrow was district attorney Frank Arnold, well remembered and areand to atofine of from $IS the to courts when the farmers took an ap- here, pays the following beautiful $30 for the first offense. peal from the district court tribute to the memory of Mrs. Mary working permit "Sec. 5. Return for child between fourteen nnd six which convicted them to the Lackey: writing an estimate of your teen years of age to the Hoard of "In Court of Appeals, which af- dear mother, I find it both easy and His hard. Easy, because there are so Kducation within two days after firmed their conviction. child leaves your employ, as there is name appears on the brief of many things about her so in evidence a penalty of $10 for not returning government in that appeal of strong character; hard, because I these permits within two days. the "Sec. G. Hoys under fourteen case, in spite of his declaration can not do justice to the subject. she was years of age or girls under eighteen that "I had nothing to do with For First she was a good mother, then year of age c.n.m.t sell anything, or the prosecution of these farm- a consistent Christian, thei a helpful engage in any M'upution 'in the She had citizen. character and street or in public places. Ilcjs beers." Now, it should be borne in mind; she had heart and soul; she tween fourteen and sixteen yean of mind that the Republican par- rang true on things worth while; she age must haw badges from the genial, cordial, she ty never made a move against was compromised akind; and Her Hoard of Kduri'ion and wear Hum principle. never selling nevipapers, or anyt'iin,: the tobacco trust while the to- strength of body, mind and spirit whenon the streets or in public places. else bacco war was on in Kentucky. were remarkable. The letters she Any person supplying boys under The Governor of Kentucky wrote me would have done credit to fourteen with any merchandise for did not even attempt to insti- her at half her age. I was struck street selling is breaking the Child war-tim- e ! Roofing LET left at are d regret thank Conn "LIVE Brothers. FOLKS." kll fl X$ war-wor- k The Central liu! Joint , y JOIN! Sun-for- d .... st TRIBUTE ELEGANT 1 RESIDENCE st Acres of Land and many-side- IN LANCASTER SELLING at 2:30 p. m., One Prize Lot at Auction 1-- Monday, Oct 27th tute proceedings against the trust, whose exactions were rapidly making anarchists out of peaceful farmers, which robbed these farmers right and left without benefit of clergy, which offered them a price for their tobacco sometimes under the actual cost of .production and assured them that they "could' take it or leave it", and that was true; there was no other buyer. RAT-SN- AP When the tobacco growers reKILLS RATS volted against such conditions the heavy hand of the law was Also mice. Absolutely prevents laid upon them, but not upon odors from carcass. One package comes in the trust. "My troops" even proves this. were called out to suppress cakes no mixing with other food. violence caused by the robbery Guaranteed. (1 cake) enough for Pan25c .lie of the farmers by the trust, but try, Kitchen or cellar. not a move was ever made by 50c, sis (2 cakes) for Chicken the Republican administration, House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 iie (5 cakes) enough for utato or national to relieve the all farm and storage suffering farmers. buildings or factory buildings. and little children Women Sold and Guaranteed by McRob-ertoiled through the burning Drug Store and Ilaselden Bros, heat of July and 'August to udv. RAT-SNA- P ts with her penmanship, spelling, phras-eologconnectedness the strength of it all something I never knew before in one of her age. I remember her tireless efforts in my behalf, her loving kindness and thoughtful-ness- . I remember my last talk with her, and now that the boatman has taken her away, at the noiseless dip of the oar, may she rest in that which our dear Lord has, prepared for her the "rest that remaineth". And may He love you, too, sister, and keep you close. The Father bless you." Labor law and is liable to prosecu tion in the courts and to a fine from $1S to $S0 for the first offense. Announcement. Kmmett V. Puryear nnd Sanders E. Clay announce that they have formed a partnership for the practice of law in the State and United States Courts, under the firm name of Puryear & Clay, with offices nt Danville, Kentucky. Good fortune generally comet to those who are willint; to help the un fortunate. Join the Orphans Home 110.00 Club. You will not regret it. Located on west side of Stanford street, known as the West property now owned and occupied by Epli Brown, consists of large 2 story residence. Its roomy, newly painted and papered beautiful frontage and has about 1 2 acres of rich soil to rear with side entrance from alley. ONE PRIZE LOT. i Higk Grade Tobacco Farms j LlmettoM rftrai tht frow lb hlf of of totaoeo on Humm PUk. within 10 ml LuuUrilU at prictt rauftDf Irom 175.00 Uj itt.U put ftcro. Tola ln4 vrvwa trout UOi Ut potradi of Llxht Hurler lobteoo to Um Mr, (hu itom Lnvavri&blY brine Um talftiMt Drtur on Um LoulavlUa marfctt. I'urinf tha put w wt hat aoM pwtteaUr a nUUon dollars warUi of farm w property to KtnliKfcUn and do ml uadt bj ua wbv Uk parcbawr Mid at a lost or vtu for tho vtitm paid. Oom to Jvflaraonrllla and lot ua ahow you wht wa baft. You will t under no obligation. FOR SALE lt quvl-It- Adjoining the above will sell one dandy large level building lot to see it is to want to own it. Don't forget the date and the hour. For 'particulars see Lot. nt 0. A. Thomas the Real Estate Seller LANCASTER, KY. Yifk .Menace ft Really C. JasHorson villa, Ind. Voight Bid. IB 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL. RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 23. 1919. SECTION 2 THIRTIKTKIYIAH NUMBER 30. Mr. Farmer- Remember that we sell that good '1 ( BOURNE. Delayed. ) Mr. Mr. Kiln Drane Is quite ill, Scott ItulTman has purchased There Is a fine attendance at the school this year. More room is need ed very badly ns the seating capacity only provides for about three fourths pf the number enrolled. WHEN A CHILD HAS CROUP, Thousands of mothers say Foley's Honey anil Tar Compound is the best remedy they know for croup, coughs and cold. It cuts the thick, choking mucus, clears away the phlegm, opens nir passages and rases hoarse. ness. The gasping, strangling fight for breath gives way to quiet breath ing nml peaceful sleep. It. K. McROBERTS, Druggist. adv, WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT, Water Works see us & Furnaces BASTIN BROS. lii Lancaster. Kentucky. ii ir ii irirg SIZES. m r Window Glass ALL a piano. Mr Floyd Curtis has purchased p..ijcr piano Mr nml Mrs. 8. II. Spcake were in Lexington Monday. .Mr nml Mrs. Lewis Murphy have hern recent visitors "In Lexington. Miss Maybell Montgomery is her uncle Mr. Sam Duncan at lluena Viita .Mr. Itamlett Jennings anil family pent Saturday night anil Sunday with relatives in Jessamine Ccunty. Mr. K. It. Spcake anil Mrs. Hen Pollard anil daughter, t.illian, have hern visiting relatives here the past week. Mr. anil Mrs. F. W Montgomery anil son Clifton spent the latter part of la.t week with Mr. anil Mrs. Steve Walker on Poor Ridge. Mrs. Frank Gammons and son Ku. Bene of Salvisa, were the gilcstx of Mr. Uussrll Vunderpool and family Saturday and Sunday , The farmers of this vicinity are greatly rejoiced over the recent rains and some are taking advantage of the damp weather by stripping to bacco. THE UNIVERSAL CAR BRYANTSVILLE Dr. B. C. Hose has new Ford coupe. Sam Halcomb was In Lexington Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Forest Curtis spent in Mcholasville. Miss Bettie Scott spent the week end near Nicholasvillc. Mr. Mike Kennedy is spending a few days in Crab Orchard. Miss Willie Eason of Lexington is the guest of Miss Thessa Woods. Miss Km ma Graham was married Thursday to a Mr. Lowry of High Bridge. Mr. John Boner of Nicholasvillc visited his sisUr, Mrs. Charles Beck Probably there i noothcr car that every; day in the year meets the demand of the physician as docs the Ford Coupe, with its permanent top, its broad seat and deep upholstering, its slidingplatc glass windows, by wliichinaminutc the car is changed from a closed car to an open car. Equipped with an clcctricstarting and lighting system, demountable rims with 3Z inch tires all around and embodying all the established merits and economics of the Ford car. Let us look after your Ford car and you will get genuine Ford parts and skilled rriduy hi. Haselden Bros. RATS DIE. er, Friday, Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. I He Roberts DRUG STORE. ( Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noah Marsee, . Jr. BRVANTSV1LLE, KY. THE respect. CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR in every Built for service anil comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby Grand" Roadster $1110.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $1135.00 F. O. B. Factory. 'A car load of theao 'American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. The Chevrolet Motor Car is PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Palat Lick, Kentucky. so do mice, once they cat HAT Mrs. F.lla Curtis of Richmond is SNAP. And they leave no odor be visiting her sons, Floyd and Forest hind. Don't take our word for it Curtis this week. try n package. Cats and dogs won't Mrs. Charles Deane and Mrs. Les touch it. Hats pass up, all food to lie Bruncr nttended the W. C. T. U. gel iMl-MAi- '. Three sues. convention at Lagrange. 25c, .it (1 cake) enough for Mrs. Jennie Kosc had Kev. G. S. I'antry, Kitchen or Cellar. Conant and family. Dr. and Mrs. B. 50c. tii (2 cakes) for Chicken C, Rose to dinner Sunday. House, coops, or small buildings. .Mr. T. J. Curtis of Richmond wns J1.00 aiie (S cake.) enough for nil farm and storage the guest of his nephew, Floyd Curtis and family Wednesday. buildings, or factory buildings. Mr. Sam Montgomery is back Sold and Guaranteed by McRob- erts Drug Store and Bros. again after u years absence and has charge of the Tclcshone Kxchange. adv. Messrs Norman Grow, Curtis San- BRYANTS VILLE. ford and Bradley Cunningham were Delayed. in Danville Wednesday to hear Hon, E. P. Morrow speak. liev. (!. S. Conant was in LouisMr. and Mrs. George Conn and ville Saturday. Miss I.inie Conn and Mrs. Layton of The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Paint Lick, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Koe. Hubert Carter is very sick. Mr. Wesley Farley hrc returned Mr. and Mr. Herbert Taylor were Lexington visitors Saturday. home nftcr an extended visit with Mr. Mr. Henry McAfee made a busi. his son, Sam, in Nicholasvillc. Farley is in very poor health. ness trip to Irvine last week. Mrs. Will Halcomb of Burgin and Mrs. Camel of Louisville was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Wil- Mrs. George Halccmb and Miu John jon of Ohio were guests Friday of liams the past week. B. H. Halcomb. Mrs. II. A. Dawes who underwent Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James McAfee entertained an operation at the Danville hospital several friends at noonday dinner last week is doing nicely. Among the guests was Thursday. Mifs Bettie Scott, Mrs. W. K. Mrs. Ella Dean of Nicholasville. Davis and Mrs. Howard King were Mesdames W. K. Davis and B. B. in Lexington, shopping, Saturday. Montgomery and the Misses Fannie A Silver Tea was given at the Dowden and Mary Belle Halcomb home of Mrs. James Edwards Thurswere shopping in Lexington Satur day afternoon for the benefit of the day. Methodist church. Mrs. B. It. Montgomery and beau Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swopc and tiful little daughter, Mirtha Lou, ac. family and Miss Eliia Ison spent the companicd her father Jlr. John Bry day Sunday with Mrs. E. H. Ballard unt home Friday to spend several in Stanford. days. Mrs. Maggie Parr of Indiana, Mcsdamcs W. K Davis, John Bry- is making an extended visit to her ant, J. C. Williams, Herbert Taylor nephew, Mr. Bryant, and sister Mrs. and Miss Bettie Scott were Danville Fannie Bryant. visitors Friday afternoon. Mr. Cone, a senior of Asbury Col Mrs. Hogan Ballard had as her lege, Wilmore, preached both morn' guests last week, Mr. und Mrs. Wool-for- k ing and evening at the Methodist and daughters, Marguerite und church Sunday. Besides the two Annie Belle of Lexington. beautiful sermons Mr. Cone's violin Miss Jennie Ilarr of Ilackley was solo and duct, assisted by Miss Amy diatu grades several days last week Dnwes, were greatly appreciated by substitute teacher of the Interme-durin- g the audience. the absence of Miss Fannie A reunion was held at the home of Dowden. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brogll Sunday Material and workmen are on in honor of Charles R. Brogll, who hand now and have begun the erec- has just returned front overseas tion of the new Methodist church, duty. Sir. Brogll served two years which is being built just west of the In France. All of his brothers and sisters and near relations were presold building. ent muklng twenty four in all. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brogll and niece Miss Lane of Lexington were among the DARTING, PIERCING guests. Williams entertained SCIATIC PAINS theMrs J. C. guests to an elaborate following course dinner Thursday, Mesdames Give way before the pene Bell Tumlinson, Bradley Cunning-huLeslie Bruner, Norman Grow, trating effects of Sloan's Funnle and John Bryant, Mary and Ethel Berkley, Miss Mag Robinson, Liniment Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Brown, Miss Levy So do those rheumatic twinges and Dunn, Lancaster, and Mrs. Maggie s the of lumbago, the Parr of Indiana. of neuritis, the wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligament sprain, EASIER NOW THAN LATER. thea muicle itrain, and the throbbing It is easier to break up u cold or bruise. The ease of applying, the quickness check a cough now than it will be cleanof relief, the positive rciulti, the later. Persistent coughs that "hang liness, and the economy of Sloan's on" all winter pave the way for serLiniment make it universally preferred, ious throat and lung diseases. - W. 15c 70c, $1.40. Day, 05 Campbell Ave., E.( Detroit, Mich. writes.Foley's Honey and Tar very relieves ' one of bronchitis quickly, R. E. McROBERTS, Druggist. t. NORTHERN SEED RYE TEST 99 PER CENT Car Load Just Received. Garrard Milling Company BS2B5HKI 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 KENTUCKYS THEY WILL SOW ANY GRAIN AC- CURATELY LARGE OR SMALL. SEE US FOR ANYTHING YOU NEED. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. Becker BRYANTSVILLE. &, PHONE 27. Ballard KENTUCKY. adr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 23. 1919 OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS etanrs aara that ld ara berlna with weakened kMnays n4 cUitellve Thle bain true. It If fur ts htUtf taat by kteplns-- tha kldnera anc? 41 CMtlva ommi cleansed and In proper working order aid Ma ran ba deferred ad lit prolonged far beyond tbat b7 the averaie ptraon. For or,r J0 jraare GOLD MKDAtj Haarlem on has bran relieving; tha weaknesses and disability due la old-tlyearn. H Is a standard home remedy and needa no Intro daetlon. 10I.t MRDAI, llaarlam Oil Is taclftaad In odorleaa, taataless rapeulea containing about & dropa each. Taka laatn aa you wouU a pill, with a small "BUDDY" By EVA GOLDBERG. willow of malar. Tha alt etlmuWt tha tha kldnar action and suable organs to throw alt tha potasnaSJvhlea Preparations were being nmile at Man nr. m at n r. n M ut. Nsw ink aaat atrantth Increaaa aa you rontlnua tha 'Idler' Lodge" for I he Int anion of tratMmaat. Whan cemplataly rtttora rontlnua laainr a eapauie or two aaast "The Jolly Ten." Polly French, Ihelr president, left nn nn curlier train than dssr. IMLI) ilCDAL. llaarlam Oil Caa you In haajth and Tlaor Hie aulas will other imn,ier, with pinna fur ana preveni a return os in amsaw. Da not wait until old are or dlaaaaa dn'liti: up Hie irmle lnmcnlow and nav aaiaaa down ror cooa. uo to y oar ri plai Ins lilullili ly a homelike drnrrlst and cat a box of hkuau itaarieen oil capsuiaa. Moaax ntiniKplii're. r.rundsd If tha da not holn on. Thro Iliiild.i Moore, her arqunlnlnnce of alaaa. But remember to ask for tha ortclnai importad. aoio mkoai, araaa. half mi hour, lulind already adopted in aeajen pacaaa-eaus eaiiip liuisnd, and Ihe llllte fellow A man pruMil Ms worth hy running erramN 'bat pal In Ihe locality ro unfamiliar to the is newcomer. "Now what n eery touch that Rive," Polly cuntlnrid heraelf, while he aur-eje- d a corner where lood a aellee Draw A upon uhlch were arranced eajly-eid-enpillows. A picture here and there vMeral pennant, ta.tefiilfy dlMrlh- for the money you ov e and tileil lmt n Iraii.formatlon It made on the hare wall! note how much more resWhile Itiiddy ran out to Rather some pectfully your creditors rettlhl Hon er for her tlx1, Ihe Indtn-trloclrl undertook to repair a gard you. They like to do kliti;-- hair. broken Milni; her business with a mnn who alio, tin' hummer lontlly struck her (incer. has an account at the My, I. ut that hiit! What u tierce Mow! Ahd.uita the hand ellln?J Girrard Bask & Trust Go The Imppy jiMincMcr, wllli an armful nf freli posle., nonped In to They know he It doing business in a luilrrn like vay. Better them. Kxclted I'oUy clancel at open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They her-c- lf In hmiKiilou- - alllre, then at wilt grow all right. Ilud. "Sonny, do you know where I r nil & Sie what done I Ret u doctor? "t don't know. all Polly," lie I'llli childlike lioltnncy, "hut I can ro to the tlllnire and tiud out." III "The Ullia--e Lovaja Evtrythlng. jour heart Too Big a Word for Osvld. Be sure of It. Be sure that to have that' half a Hi- - ilonii. You're un IhnM Is n Utile Isiy (he jenrs old, nnRcl." And he trokiil Ids crop of found the key to one heart l to have I Eoldi'ii hulr. "An h i you afraid to Co found the key to ull; that truly l love nnd u iialliul of Sunn.v!de. He huh hen the nurse crj loely all alone' -- lie luiiulrcd. "Vou can Is truly to know; and truly to love one vn tetuieriitur. read a doctor' i'Irii, uf conr.eV" la (he first step tiiwnrds truly loving all when she takes hl Due day h who hear the Mime flesh and blood jmNe, and "Sure I ihii," he n.iiriil. "It aay All kminl-edg- e wns Ijlntf In lied wllli hi chet hare, M. !., ilcu't ItJ I mil read I'm ern with the beloved. watchlnc hlinelf breathe. "What are now In the seinml Rrade we rend la love, and sll lute knowledge; even with the meanest, we rannot train you doing, IiinldV akod the nurse ax hanl le.k and write wllh Ink, we glimpse Into their Inward trial- - and he raiue iimiii lilm suddenly. "Why, a y I am untitling imself get well," wa All riiiht dear, then renieniher struggle Mthnut an Increase of hit reply. Indianapolis News. Hie llrt lcii that rrd M. IC he and affection. Exchange. shoutfl a he ran toward" Ihe door. half way down The little hp o Hie Ullage wliui he pand n hou-- e doorplate attracted Ida hni nho.e cjc. tin It wat ililn)fil In larRe lack lelterliiR: M. I. CI.AIIK Proprietor, Sunrl-- e Studio. OF LANCASTER. Sp;IUR the Initial, and without at- tempting to decipher Hie ret, whlih Capitol whh be;nnd his iwer, the ;oun(strr rjnr the hell and Mimmoned the owner , Vicc-rres- t. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, t that long title. A aerlnua appenr- Iiir ounc man appioni lied him. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY, Cashier or you to come I "Miss I'renih sa r. J. K. HARRIS, Individual l(ht oer he's hurt herelf and It J r. HUGH M0BLEY, General iclfes rireaipilrcudfiilly." the hay an- - i nouueed without any ceremony. Morion I. l.'larkf was In a qunn- - ' ' Rent. Safety Deposit Boxes lary. "I'reiuli," he aked. "Who Is klioj" WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. "You'd hetter hurry, aue she's G. B. Swincbroad, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, frald her hand's Mivoiied," the lltlla measenser warned, ltnoiiiiR the direct S. C. Denny, A. T. Sander Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Utiestlon. Ihe artlt followed the sieedy little footsteps Hint led to the road whlrh IntriMluced "Idlers" I.ndre" where tha palleut was now In retere aln. "I Hi, doctor, she explained, Uhii meeting Ihe hntle-- s, reathles.s atrnn-Re- r, "I would lone called at your office only that I am not acquainted with this town and so sent" "Doctor" he Interrupted, "hut thers must be some mistake, (Irlle. I'm no NINA. ictor, hut an artist up here for the Delayed. sufnmer. "Let me waste nn lime, though,' he Mrs, Kliza Hume was the guest of tirzestcd whfii nntlcliiR Ihe eiioed Mrs. Sallie Hurt Wednesday. wound; "M'rhap I ran help you by Miss I.ouvitia linker uf Normal, 'phonlnx for one." Illinois, is visiting relatives here. In n moment he wns koiio. IteturnlnR from Ihe station, Mr. Miss Mary linger of Jessamine 'larke assured MKs t'rendi that a spent last week with friends here. pbjslcl.in would arrlie In 10 minutes. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Anderson visIn Ihe meantime he tried to make her A. orcet her suffering by his engaRlux ited his father, Mr. and Mrs. T. Anderson, Monday. manner and Interestlnc eoiiers.iHou. We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds Now tell me," he urged, "who ever Mr. nml Mrs. James Hume spent played n Joke on me nnd gaie you mv Friday with Mr. and Mrs. James nnme us being u doctor?" tleynolds nt Nfvby. Iluddy, orhcarlng Ihls, ninuhi;ly Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzsi Colfey ami Inillealed himself by proUng the ev- Istence of an JI. I. on Clarke's name. children visited Mr. and Mrs. .A. J. Ilnth Morton and Polly laughed Coruclious Sunday, heartily, nnd after medical attendance Mr. ami Mrs. Slow in of Paint Lick bail glien relief, she was belter lilted were the guests of Mr. und Mrs. A. J. On all makes of tUitomobiles or Engines. We can to enjoy Hie etcnt occasioned by Cornelius, Wednesday. Innocent Iluddy. furnish you with a new battery or repair your old Misses Mary Hager, nml I.enno Soon thor -- nrtlst tery llioughtfiilly one. olunteered to llnlsli the decornllons Kiist were the guests of Miss Ivn We have installed battery charger lioiLt Hie cottage, ami, hy apjilylug Pearl Hume, Thursday. Ids artistic knuwlislge, great Improveand are now ready for battery charging. Pvt. Dave A. Hume who has been ment did lie nddeie. at home on o thirty days furlough tc. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding MaAnd How satlsrled Polly nasi to Camp Piko Arkansas lust chine we can weld 'most any broken part of an autoouldn't the gliN be surprised and dc: turncil Sunday, mobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any lighted lit the wrliome sight! time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or any Nine tired viicntlonlsl greeted their .Mr. nnd Mrs. Elijah Ilakcr nml Mr president on the front porch, urn) one nnd Mrs. V. T. linker. Mr. nnd Mrs. other kind of machinery, call us and wo will be glad iliscrvlng juinig lady, eyeing u Joan, Hubert Long: and Miss I.ovcrina ' to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs hlspcrcd to Polly, "What, u flirtation too large or too small. linker spent Tuesday with Mr, undj ona, faafMMNvfH( kp ft Check "Meet you after the movies" Ches. Field followlrtft up a ftootl sliow NOTHING like smoke Chesterfield. No ordinary cigarette, this. Mellow as an old friend, but rich with flavor the kind that goes right to the spot. Our own buyers in the Orient select for us thi choicest Turkish leaf. We blend with this several varieties of specially selected Domestic tobacco. This blending by a secret method brings out new qualities of flavor that other and less expert methods fail to find. That's what we mean by "satisfy" an entirely new kind of smoklnt enjoyment that you get in Chesterfields only nowhere else; for the blend is a closely guarded secret. It can't be copied. The Garrard Bank Trust Company le ... . THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus OyjfZt asVtvt i. Car $30,000. nCSICnie WW -- For and the blend can't be copied r STOP! LISTEN! REPAIRING Combination Public Sale LOOK! Of Duroc Hogs. The undersigned will on SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25th, 1919, at 1 :30 P. M. at the East End Stock Yards at Richmond, Ky., offer for public sale without reserve, about 60 head of high class Duroc's, including about fifty nice gilts and ten tyxtrn. good boars. All of these hogs are of this years breeding, except two of the boars a yearling and a two year old weighing from 250 to 300 pounds, of which any one could feel j'ustly proud to own as herd boars. These vhogs arc of the famous Prince of Colonels, Defender, Cherry Chief, and Superba strains which means that they are of the very best blood lines. While some of the individuals are juit as good as their pedigrees. A rare chance to procure a good Duroc at your own price. AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE PARR & PARR & DETHERAGE, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. guaranteed. We nlso carry a largo stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the Now Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market. We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction readyl Patrick & Conn. HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phono 31. Hut In u short lime ever body knew the reason for Iho iiifn visitor a call. t vacation, At the end of a ever body vowed their return In an spot. And ther season to that Ideal so It im to he only, weft' they gifted lib Hie power to look ahead a year. ley would foresee llieiaseivesna-jii- H lly .Nine, wllli n new president at Iho bead, the fonnir In Dig Mrs. Clarke, v. ngnln, looking idicud. and peck- .in iho verandu of the "Sunrise Sud'o."ihcy would hear Morion ray to lua wife, while recollecting the In- tam-that brought tli'in 1'Hlif r, And yet Ihe folks say. 'u lull a In a uscar rrewiii, sO 07 "on"' g KILLSRATS. nnd mice that's ItAT.SN'AP, the old Comes in reliable rodent destroyer. cakes no mixing with other food, Your money back If It fails. 25c. siis (1 cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. ! (2 cakes) for Chicken 50c. House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 slsa (5 cakas) enough for all farm and storage buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and' Guaranteed by Mcltob- crts Drug Store und Huseldcn Bros. HIV, JL. n iurudtoei6 F"" W U'J AcU ei btu if M" j"l5 HiyilcUna prncnoc Add Iron Mineral became it ti natunt .quid iron, and ,ii nol 0ju lh, Ue,h ,a he mmt powerful iron tonic known and of comet to li rrtpirtd by nature In the wonderful depoiiu ol MiiHulp," A.lc?n, Jme itorei or aaaaaaaaaass. Tci?ur' ' ."i'h sent direct by tl'lnif"r P'nreJ tible'ti. not accent a lubititute All FCRROOINE CHEMICAL CORP.. Ronok. VlMINIA F"r by " D,ufitl. S' nine?'" 'btrrlcht, mu, oi:i. , !Clur :..., r .i Cumbarland Crocary Co., Junction City, Ky Who'esala Dlttrlkutora. The Central Record.lLancastei, Ky.. Thursday Oct 23, 1919 Garrard County Court. 203 Acres OF Regular ust", 1919. Term 25th day of Aug- G. II. Swinebroad, Present: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. et al, on Petition. BONNIE CASTLE (The former home of Adam Carpenter). 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 S acres Alfalfa. LOCATION: In the famous Hanging Fo'rk 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 Everlasting stock water, concrete big cattle and is now ready to produce. troughs. Big springs. IMPROVEMENTS: 10 Room Brick Dwelling, 2 Halls, 2 Porches, Double 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 2 acres with tenant house. Or we will "bunch" two or more tracts just to suit the purchaser. Remember the success and good will of the men with whom we do business is the best advertisement that is why we continue to have good sales with a fair deal to everybody. The buyers know every bid is a bona fide bid, and Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS". Don't fail to look this proposition over. You will want it when you see 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 Burdette Ramsey at Paint Lick, Ky., Hughes and McCarty at Stanford, or at AUCTION 165 1- 10 o'clock. acre now owned by Burdette Ramsey, 37 To vote on Stock Law in Magister ial District No. 1 The Fiscal Court of Garrard County having heretofore decided by a majority of the members, composing; tald Court, that elections to rcgu-lat- o Stock running at large, under Chapt, 122 Kentucky Statutes shall be confined to Magisterial Districts Mow this day came G. B. Swine broad, Jack Adams, Geo. F. Brown, et al, and filed a written petition in this Court signed by more than twenty leg's! voters of Magisterial Dis trict No. 1, composing voting pre cincts Nos. 1, 2, and 3 of said County asking a submission of the question whether cattle, or any specie thereof, shall be permitted to run at large in Justice District No. 1 in Garrard County Kentucky, composed of three voting precincts towlt: 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 spec-le- a thereof, to run at large In said District, and the officers of the election in such District in said voting precincts Nos. 1, 2 and 3 are directed to open a Poll at the next regular election to be held in said District on Tuesday November 1th, 1919, for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of such District upon the question whether or not they wish Cattle, or any species thereof, generally to run at large in said Dis trict. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man of Lancaster, Ky. or W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. 170 Acres in Merger County, near Burgin, on the 28th, sales. Attend both i 2-y2-y- it Sale OF AT 10 O'CLOCK, Stock, Crop, Etc. As Administrator, of James M. Sanders, deceased, I will on FRIDAY, OCT. 24 th At my place on Three Forks of Sugar Creek, sell a lot of old fashioned furniture, consisting of one Mahogany Parlor Table; ne Drop Leaf Table; One Sugar Chqst; 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 fine saddle old gelding; One mare; One okfhorse.mule; Four old steers;; Two mare; One coming 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. aruA.,tpfjjijR! About 150 barrels of corn; 300 bales of hay; 1 stack of hay; and t numerous other things. Terms made known on day of sale. ar ar x A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. J. W. SANDERS. Said Petitioners deposited with the County Court at the time pf fil ing of the petition herein the sum o twenty five dollars ($25.00) the amount fixed by the Court to defray me expenses or the election upon this question. The County Clerk and Sheriff are directed to advertise and give notice of said election by publication thereof at least twenty days before the election in at least four issues of tne Central Record.a newspaper pub lished in Lancaster Garrard Coun Ply, Kentucky, and having the largjst bena-fid- e circulation In said county. Said Clerk will take all necessary steps required by law to hold said election in accordance with said pro vision of See's No. 4646, 4647, 4648, 4649, 4650 and 4651 of Carrots 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 Novem ber election, on Tuesday November 4th, 1919 as directed by, and per suant to, and in accordance with the will of the voters of such District foregoing order of the Garrard upon the question whether or not Nothing Gained by Losing Temper. they wish Cattle, or any species What's the use of losing our tem County Court trifles There's never J B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C, thereof, generally to run at large in pers over bit of J good resultant, on solitary snu! District. or By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. coLrse annoying things will hapix-u- . Of Said Petitioners deposited with A. K. Walker, Sheriff G. C, course If the County Court at the time of fil we're the temptation will come norms! people and most of ns ing of the petition herein the sum cf ore. But the losing of temper doesn't the help tuatters n bit. It Incapacitates Regular Term 28 day of July 1919 twenty five dollars ($25.00) amount fixed by the Court to defray us for right action, even when the losPresent: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge upon ing seems excusable. An angry perthe expenses of the election N. J. Gosney, et al On Petition. son who cannot govern self Is not apt this question. To vote on Stock Law in MagisterThe County Clerk and Sheriff are to wisely strive to better conditions, at ial District No. 2. to advertise and give notice lensi until the fit of anger Is over. Chicago Dally News. .The Fiscal Court of Garrard Coun directed of said election by publication there ty havipg heretofore decided by a of at least twenty days before the majority of the members, compos election in at least four issues of Ing said Court, that elections to regthe Central Record.a newspaper pubulate Stock running at large, under lished in Lancaster Garrurd Coun Chapt. 122 Kentucky Statutes shall ty, Kentucky, and having the largest be confined to Magisterial Districts: bona-fid- e circulation in said county. Now this day came N. J. Gosney, E, Said Clerk will take all necessary W. Perkins, W. S. Bowling al, steps required by law to et hold said TerriUe and filed a written petition in this election in accordance Safierfef From Headache, with said proCourt signed by more than twenty vision of See's No. 4646, btdeacfee, Backache, and Weak-se4647, 4648, legal voters of Magisterial District RtUerti by Carfai, 4649, 4650 and 4651 of Carrols No. 2 composing voting precincts Says This Texas Lady. edition of the Kentucky Statutes. Nos. 4 and C of said County asking A true copy: Attest a submission of the question whether Clerk G. C. C. J. B. Oonzales, Tex. Mrs. Minnie Phil- cattle, cr any species thereof, shall By CronleyBOURNE. Broaddus, D. C. pot, of this place, writes: "Firs' years bo permitted to run at large in Jushereby given that an aio I was taken with a Notice is la my tice District No. 2 In Garrard Coun election will be held at the regular left side. It was 'tljht under ay ty Kentucky, composing of two vot- voting places at the regular Novem left rib. It would commence with an ing precincts towit: West Bryants ber election, on Tuesday November aching and extend up Into my left ville No. 4 amf East Bryantsville No. 4th, 1919 as directed by, and per- - shoulder and on down Into my bide suant to, and in accordance with the By that time the pain would be so It is now therefore ordered by the severe I would have to take to bed; Court that an election be held in said piSJIUQ Oljl JO JOpjO 3U033iOI and suffered usually about three days lourt. Magisterial District No. 2 for the County B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C7C. J. I suffered this way for three years. purpose of ascertaining the will of By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. and got to be a mere skeleton and was the voters of such Magisterial DisA. K. Walker, Sheriff G. C. so weak I could hsrdlr stand alone. trict upon the question of whether Waa not abls to go anywhere and had to let my house work ro...I suffered or not they wish Cattle, or any awful with a pain In my back and I species, thereof, to run at large in nao oeaaacoo au tne time. I Just Regular Term 25th day of August wu ins said District, and the officers of the unable to do a thing. My lit was a misery, my stomach cot la an lection In such District in said vot 1919. ing precincts Nos. 4 and 5 are di Present: Hon Forest Stapp. Judge. awful condition, caused from taking medicine. 1 suffered much, B. Woods et al, or Petition, so much had Just about givensoup all rected to open a Poll at the next pain. I regular election to be held In said To Vote on Stock )jw in Magister hopes of our setting scything to help ait. District on Tuesday November 4th, ial District No. 4. One 1919, for the purpose of ascertaining The Fiscal Craft of Garrard thrown day a Birthday Almanac was In ay yard. After reading the will of the voters of such Dis- County having heretofore decided Its testimonials I decided to try Oar-du- l, trict upon the question whether or by a majority of t'.ie mcmber, comand am so thankful that I did, not they wish Cattle, or any species posing said Court, that elections to for I begsn to Improve when on th thereof, generally to run at large in regulate Stock running at large, second bottle... I am bow a wall woman and testing fins th cure said District. under Chapt. 123 Kentucky Statutes asa been permanent for and haa beast It Said Petitioners deposited with hall be confined to Magisterial Dis two yiars aiaca tuy awful bad health. the County Court at the time of tricts: Now this day came J. B. I will always praise tad ja filing of the petition herein the sum Woods, D. A. Htrvey, Wm. Royston, CarduL" Try Caraul today, twenty five dollars ($25.00) tlHa&. B. Wynn, et al, and filed a written amount fixed by the Court to defrif i petition In this Court signed by more the expenses of the election upon terial District No. 4 composing vot-tha- n this question. twenty legal voters of Magis-in- g The County Clerk and Sheriff are precincts Nos. 8 and 9 of said directed to advertise and give notice County asking a submission of the of said election by publication there- question whether cattle or any specof' at least twenty days before the ies thereof, shall be permitted to run election in at least four issues of at large in Justice District No. 4 in the Central Record, a newspaper Garrard County Kentucky, composed published in Lancaster Garrard of two voting precincts towit: Paint County Kentucky, and having the Lick No. 8 and Union 'No. 9. bona-fid- e largest circulation in said It is now therefore ordered by the County. Court that an election be held in said Said Clerk will take alt necessary Magisterial District No. 4 for the steps required by law to hold said purpose of ascertaining the will of election in accordance with said pro- the voters of such Magisterial Disvision of See's No. 4646, 4C47, 4648, trict upon the question of whether 4649, 465(1 and 4651 of Carrots 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, and the officers of the elecJ. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. tion in such District in said voting By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. precincts Nos. 8 and 9 are 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 as directed by, and per of the voters of such District upon suant to, and In accordance with th the question whether or not they foregoing order of the Garraru wish Cattle, or any species thereof, County Court. 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. Walker. Sheriff G. the County Cout at the time of filing of the petition herein the sum of Court, twenty five dollars ($25.00). the Regular Term 25th day of August amount fixed by thi- - Court to defriy the expenses of the election upon 1919. Present: Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge, this question. The County Clerk and Sheriff are A T. Sanders, et al, on Petition To vote on Stock Law in Magister directed to advertise and give notice of said election by publication thereial District No. 3. The Fiscal Court of Garrard Coun of at least twenty days before the election in at least four issues of ty having heretofore decided by majority of the members, composing the Central Record.a newspaper pubsaid Court, that elections to regu- lished in Lancaster Garrard Counlate Stock running at large, under ty, Kentucky, and having the largest circulation in said county. Chapt. 122 Kentucky Statutes shall bona-fid- e Said Clerk will take all necessary be confined to Magisterial Districts Now this day came A. T. Sanders, steps required by law to bold said Talton May, Wesley Simpson, W. B. election in accordance with said proRay et al, and filed a written peti vision of See's No. 4646, 4647, 4648, tion In this Court signed by more 4649, 4650 and 4651 of Carrols than twenty legal voters of Magis edition of the Kentucky Statutes. A true copy: Attest terial District No. 3 composing vot J. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. ing precincts Nos. 6 and 7 of said County asking a submission of the By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. Notice is hereby given that an question whether cattle, or any spec ies thereof, shall be permitted to election will be held at the regular run at large in Justice District No. 3 voting places at the regular Novemin Garrard County Kentucky, corn- ber election, on Tuesday November posed of two voting precincts towit 4th, 1919 as directed by, and per- Buckeye No. 6 and Walker School suant to, and in accordance with the foregoing order of the Garrard House No. 7. by the County Court It is therefore ordered J. B. BOURNE, Clerk G. C. C. Court that an election be held in By Cronley Broaddus, D. C. said Magisterial District No. 3 for A. K. Walker, Sheriff C. C the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of such Magisterial District upon the question of wheth Saw It on the Way. er or not they wish Cattle-- or any Blllle was soon to have his third species thereof, to run at large in birthday and could hardly wait for said District, and the officers of the the party his mother promised him. election in such District in said vot- Every day he Inquired about It. til ing precincts Nos. 6 and 7 are dir mother tnld htm Ms little birthday ected to open a Poll at the next reg hadn't come yet and that he must watt ular election to be held in said Dis until It came. Tip ran to the window trict on Tuesday November 4th 1919 and said: 'Oh, mamma. I see It now for the purpose of ascertaining the coming up the road." Of - ' Garrard County Garrard County Court. COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE lla Garrard County Cpart. mums' a The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 23 1919. .Aftef yoa MtiHrtyi.talMr IT"' CHINESE BECOME SOCIAL PIONEERS Men "The, Rats Wouldn't Eat My Best Grain," Say, Fred Lamb. ncici-borin- Bought more HAT-SNAHnvcn't a rat now. They wouldn't eat ity . - uen. si.TM ij best itrain when I threw HAT-SNA- P 1CmmFmN Slope lopastwrrag. nround." Three sizes, 25r, oOc, $1.09, Sold nnil guaranteed by MeRobcrts Good Fellowship Club hn mndo Drue More nnd Ilnseldm Ilro.i. The tin In society In I limn htm, Oct. nruni adv. China. e It began with the desire of a JUDSON. young Chinese doctor In give R. E. McROBERTS, Untiiler, Ky. (Delayed.) Ills compatriots, especially tin- - Chris tians, funic hcnllhful form bf soclul Mr. William Adams continues H-eMrs. I. I Matthews is improving NEW Chanrrl for n good, clean, social life among Chinese people nre very slow ly. I'lilll recently becoming n limited. Mrs. Arleigh Mathews Is visitinK FARM BULLETIN Christum often meant cutting oneself friends here. off from one's friends mid relatives, Mrs. George Dull of Indiana is visNow Ready For also from frat dnjs nnil festival. " As for Joint meetings of men nnd wom- iting; friends of Judson. Distribution en ell, such n thing.wns never heard Mrs Marguerite jne spent ThursMore than SO farms described. of In decent society. day with Mrs. James Foster. yo.ir name on oar malting Tlio young doctor's plnn of having lift at ooce. Mrs. Sim Uny spent Thursday with n chin where men nnd their wives might come together ti enjoy a good her daughter Mrs. Claude llolton. Semonin Goodman tlmp with cm It oilier nns discouraged Mrs. Muck Gny spent one day last Incorporated and sniffed at. However, n few people week with her sister, Mrs. U M Lane. agreed to he pioneer In the cnue of S Miss Vercclin Kay spent the past Louisville, Kentucky. social Intercourse, nnd . . 0. A. see- rctnrle agreed to help make the club week end with her sister, Mrs. C. I!. K'nylor. a t ucios. ANGUS-1LAN- D At first the meetings of the rlul Mrs. Uobert Simpson spent Friday were laughed at hy outsider mid the with her son, Mr. nnd Mrs. Huch whole nffnlr considered n Jute, How ever, the members kept on meeting, Simpon. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. William first at one house und then ut another. Soon the men cot over the feeling of were the guests Sunday of Mr. and strangeness at Parting out with their Mrs. L. I.. Mathews. i wives on Tuesday evening for ri Mr. U I.. Matthews had the mis- friend's home. The women hognn to to cut his arm while building, the outltiK nnd to take Registered Aberdeen An- enjoydiscussions an Intelligentpart In fortune Mllo Simpson. part, for Mr. the gus Cattle for sale any time too much to the surprise, of their Mr. nnd Mrs. William Matthews spent Saturday with her sister, Mr The membership crew. The cinh' either sex any age. Also regis- nml Mrs. U U Matthews. At first the tered Poland China Hogs. Big type fame began to spread.were conducteddisIn Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Creech spent n cussions of the club English. Soon It became neceary few- - days last week with her parents A. D. BRADSHAW, for them to he curried on In Chinese Mr. und Mrs. Austin Illnrk. I women could WAI.KFR RRAnCHAW I fn that more of thepart, llany of tin I. C. ( Mrs. Maggie Tracey nnd the derMnnd and tnke proffers hegan to apply for ndmllou. Clark spent a few days Inst week' Lancaster, Ky. The memliers hecan ludulsInK til much with her sister, Mrs. John Clark. frlemlly rhslTlnK and occiiklonally forMrs. Lee Simpson was the guest1 got their dlrnlty to piny Joke, on one Friday of her sister, Mrs. Aldridge, another, finally It liecama iu luri" that It had to he divided Into two sec- in honor of her fathers birthday. Avoid the "Know-l- t AII," tions, which met separately three Mr. nnd .Mrs. T. L. Naylor and I. A well ediicnteil man I nlway rejdj Tuesday evenings In the month and on C Clark syent one day last week with ml,.l lii lli.tp.. nm I.. .if ll.llt-.the fourth Tuesday met together fur n ., her son. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nay-- , ,, U1 Joint session, wrlth a special program. who I n knor It nil. Students Just returned from Ameri- 'or- can and German college, an old Hud-dhl.Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Nnlor nnd fum-- i scholar who Is particularly Inter- ily, Mr. and Mrs Kobert Naylor were) He Old SortetMno. In the discussion on lliiddhlm the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ested "Now I gin-.folks u.ll know that Ce. and Christianity, merchant, railroad Tom Naylor. old Capt. Sli'ion lui dene Mimcthlng." gowrnment officials compose the I and Incorporated sV he snld. nnd be lay down nnd died. I men's side of the room. The women Mrr. Alice Nunnely nnd duughtcr u Grand l'aphl- are still a hit shy about talking In of Lexington were the week "nd of Perfect r"itt front of so many people, but many of guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. .Willlaii ' them show sign of great executive Grimes and family. Human Nature. SPECTACLES AND J ability and power of leadership. They Mmlern thinking, proposing to found are all well poised, clear thinking IndiMr. nnd Mrs. Alex Creech, Mr. and morality -- del) upon the principles of ETE CLASSES viduals, who will have a great Influ- Mrs. Tom Pollard and Misa Vcrgclia liumnn nnture, will have to take ac- ence on China's future. They dlcu Itnv and Mr. Cecil Black were the count of nil there I In human nature. nmouc themselves group meetings In Sunday guests of Mr. nnl M" w" "' "f and Mrs. Wm. Kryptalu Artifiekl E7es their various churches, the lack of ! amusement for Chinese women, social Inrtalble lllfocal Lent uuui max iimie to IiN t ru nHf that un service work, subscription lists for the t N jMiHmttil t) ioiiii tin making, types of THEY GET ACTION AT ONCE. orphanage, cnk hctond himself. Jonathan llrlerley. stoves, baby diets, (be latet engageKidney Foley invigorate. Pills ment and other topics such as one. 4th would hear discussed by n group of strengthen und heal inactive, weak. Chestnut Sts, and bladder. women gathered together uny place In and diseased kidneys LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. O. J. Kills, 505 8th. Av.,Sioux America. The social part of the evening Is glv. Falls, S. I)., writes: "I suffered with en over to games, which at first kidney trouble; used to have severe astound the sober Chinese gentlemen, pains across my back and felt miserbut which they take up with great rest after the first evening. And their able and all tired out, but after taking Foley Kidney Pills I am well." wives enjoy It Jnst as greatly. II. E. McKOBERTS, Druggist. Real American picnics are the latest thing which the club has tried, and ailv- they are a great success. A Christmas play Is being planned now. POINT LEAVELL. (Delayed.) ENGLISH IS COMMON TONGUE. and Women Form Good Fel- It's hard to keep rnts out of n feed store. Tried for years. A store sold me some It worked wonders. Gathered up dead rats every moraine RAT-SNA- mm .rf iMtaBUTKltaTMHMrtfcmlfalt- - lowship Club Together Under Y.W.C. A. Leadership. - Cigarettes made to - meet your taste! Camels are offered you ns n cigarette entirely out of the ordinary n flavor nnd smoothness never before attained. To best realize their quality compare Camels with any cigarette in r' the world at any price! 0t .lssss-s-s- Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will win you at once it is so new and unusual. That's what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobacco gjves you I You'll prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight I r 'TE. As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant cigarctty odor. And, you'll be delighted to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! fSTOCK FARM Take Camels at any angle they surely supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camels quality! 18 cents a package xW $ma C'af 20 ifti 9tywhr ftmltAtUf vt rAr(ttii 200 titw im ! Utrf-ystxy- f ttu$ Mrf0t fat frW frW W tm IV WtomJ'j- R. J. REYNOLDS M$plft whn fp TOBACCO CO, Wwitoo-S-Jemt Ac tfrL M. C. T7, ,.., ,,. Southern Optical Teit ter Diamonds. The Dctter Msiim. It m:i be taken for granted that "Look on jour friend with the thought that they may one day liecome anjthlnc wMrli will scratch a tapphlro Is a diamond. jour wot- -t enemies.'' was an ancient or a ruby maxim of worldly prudence. It Is for us to rovero thl maxim and rnthrr Georgia Lert In Le. Option. Say, "IN.k on )our worst inrmlrs The first I... ,i ,.if ir . Inllon f.,e with the thoiiKlit tint they may one Jhe suppression if the liquor Irsttle , day beiiime jour bet frlrmls." Dean was enacted In GeofJ-In Stanley. A cteter Keeping the Color. wnimiii tritoktiMl n (if brown ilje. This dime lu h sue iuss,in,si in it siniiu iiuiounT or Im.IIIiu wnter nnd then twilled It for future use. Now whenever she washes the ihlldrrn's tun stockings or kbnkl suits she adds n few drops Of llie llv. tn flit, rlnsw Silvr anal In the stnrib. This keeps the Ian garments n good even shade. ScotlamftYard. Scotfshd Vnrrt. n'.'fln, mentioned In connection will, Umdoli willre trill, uns n building at the niithratrrn orner of Charing Crus,, long famous as the headqiuirti rs of the inetrniol. tan illre force It was , railed because It was i.uie u sdace set apart from the time of llrnry II (ll.Hi as the residence of Scottish 'kings an New Srotlund Yard Is on tlio Thames embankment. vsl, Dr. J. W. WEBER Dodge Brothers MOTOR. CAR CHIROPODIST FOOT DOCTOR Office . Gllcher Hotel, '7 '4 v Danville, Kentucky. Chinese Girls Learn It to Talk to Ont Another. Chinese women studeiiti In the Tung Fa College, I'eklng, China, are obliged to learn Kngllsh In order to talk with on another because of the different dialects used by the student Imdy, Girls from the extreme western provinces of China, who attend the school, must remain In Peking during all of the eight years required fur their high school and college training, because to return each summer would require tlx weeks for the trip one way and would cost more than a trip to America nnd return. Girls from each of the western provinces speak n different language and they run not understand one an other any more than they run the girls from northern, southern, eastern or central provlnres. Hence, they have adopted Kngllsh as a ronitnon tongue. NEW SCHOOL FOR CHINA. Y. VV. Miss 'Jessie Tatem of llustonvillv is visiting relatives here. Miss Annie Itelle Vanhurst was u guest of Miss Gracie Tatem Saturday. Messrs J, M Colson and Tevis Ruy-bur- n are in Frankfort looking for a location. Mrs. Katie Thompson lielle were recent Prcnchersvillc. M. and Mrs. J. visitors ut has returned visit with his Mr. Hill Thompson home after a splendid unclu In Kichmcnd. Misses Lillie and Essie Uallurd of Prenchersville were visitors at Mrs. J. M. Colsons last week. Mrs. Melia Hammons has returned to her home in Uarboursville, ufter n pleasant visit with relatives here. Miss Muttie Wylie of this place has sold here farm here to Mr. Tom Cotton mid will give possession the first of January. iPBfJil-sKINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. . ' notice.' 7 The undesigned hereby give warn-V- e to U persona not to treipau upon sur land: for' any purpose whatever is we ''will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extentof the law. Huntespecially take er 4 POSTED sren' C A. Secures N,w Sits for Girls' s. Physical Training School. A ' .1 . Mrs. Cor Phillips, R. L. Elkln, Mrs. Emma Daniels, B. I Arnold. Mmk' J. P. Hackley, MmBMM Hicsinbothau, Edd aad N. B. Price. 8, C. Bigtby. 1). M. Andenoa. It. L. Barker B. L. Kelley. ' " ' . '' j. e. By. Physical Training School which the Young Women's Christian Association has opened for native girls In Shanghai. China. The school, while In the country, It not far distant from the National lleadquarlrrs of the T. W. C, A. In Shanghai nor ftr from the local Y, W. C A, The grounds cover eighteen "mow," which means approximately tlx acres, and are divided by a private road. A foreign residence already on the grounds will be used by the Anierb ran teachers, while native buildings on the other side will furnish living quarters and classrooms for the S3 students. The ground! bosst a gsrden, tenuis courts and in athletic f)ld. twTiume has been found fur the . Mr. and Mrs. Luther McQucary left Friday for Carrollton, Illinois two weeks where they will spend with relatives and friends. Mr. W. L. Burker and daughter and son, Annie and Clay, of Bourne, were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. S. W. Thompson Saturday nnd Sunday. The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Falrview, closed Sunday night with eight additions. It was sure a splendid meeting end much good was done we hope, for Bro. Frank Tinder did not leave one thing undone. Lancaster, Kynw. V'SiUnryTH U3 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 23, 1919 Comfort, Healtk Happiness The enjoyment of these three priceless pifts depends, in the cold months, ftlmost entirely on the heating conditions of your home. You can have them only if your house is warm, upstairs and down, at any hour of the day or night. They will be yours in unlimited measure if you install a tlior-oiiRhly l Red Cross Peace Program Detailed National Leader to Addrett Chapter Delegate at the State Meeting .! ui ' A ururri ro General Anesthetics DENTIST Local nnd CALORIC This is the wonderful furnace that upset all previous theories of heating. It docs not radiate heat as stoves do, but circulates it. It requires no pipes to convey its heat, but sends it up through one register. It is therefore quickly installed in old or new buildings, often in a day, without interfering with present heating arrangements. The cost of installation and maintenance of the CALORIC in money and labor is l;s than the number of stoves required to heat the same space. It burns any fuel coal, coke, wood, lignite or gas and heats the entire house, three rooms to f eighteen, with less fuel than you have to one-thir- d one-hal- been using. The CALORIC is heating satisfactorily hundreds of churches, stores, factories and other buildings. Thousands of letters from our more than 76,000 satisfied timers prove all our claims. The CALORIC is sold under the Monitor Ironclad Guarantee. Call, or write for the C ALORIC Catalog and booklet of interesting letters from local satisfied Users. HASELDEN BROS LIVINGSTON PAiV DOCTOR Chairman of the of the American Iteil Cross, will visit Lexington, Ky., InUlanapollw, Ind., and Clevtland. Ohio, the three slides of the Lake Division, on October 20. 21 and 22, Chapter chairmen and delegates have been Invlled by division headquarters to attend these meetings and hear, at first hand, the plan for Hed Cross peace-timservice. With Its war-timta?k not fully performed, the fled Cross Is concentrates overseas on relieving after-wa- r conditions, and In caring for men still In service. The traditional responsibility of preparedness to offer relief In times of famine, fire and floods, will be part of the new peacetime service. In addition, the fled Cross chapters are continuing their orcanlzatlon to Include the lubllc Health. Nursing, Classes In Dietetics. Home Care of the Sick, and First Aid. Home Service to civilian families and community work through the Junior Tied Cross organisation. The development of Community Health Centers, forapletely organised, where the official and volunteer agencies can be coordinated and brought Into harmonious relations for protecting and promoting community health efficiency. Is the big offering of the Red Cross to the people In American communities In carrying out Its plan for pcare-tlmservice. Chapters are to supplement and not supplant the efforta of established nnd effective agencies. In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, tho details of the health center plan will be given to chapter delegates and the public by Doctor Karrand and other National Headquarters officials, at the state meeting Just announced. Administered. Pain Keduccd to the, 'minimum. .Most modern .methods employed. All work guaranteed. Office over Stprmes' Drug Store. Phone 229. Utncnster, Ky. J.J.Byrne Exclusive ST5-- - nntnma4aSt wjjiuiiicu lai. 8 to 12 and 1 DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours I to S p.m. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Bank Office 5. Residence 376. , Phones KENTUCKY. , LANCASTER, .). A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR ( Olllee Over National Bank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone'iiT LANCASTEl'.'KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Faint Lick, Red Cross Helps Returned Soldiers In Compensation Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Answered V i?& Original Patented r Pipeless Furnace - Day or Promptly Night. Phone 317. returned soldiers do not understand that the LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. furnishes compensation for mental disabilities as well as for ph)slcal. The Laka Division headquarters of the Red Cross. Cleveland, reports that 3.SS9 men In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky FineJ Cut Flowers. are being treated for mental disabilities shell shock and other ailments either Incurred during the period of M. McRoberts. service or resulting from military service. In any part of the country a properly established claim for help of this sort will be met promptly. The simplest way of getting such a claim established Is through the Home Service - KENTUCKY. department of the Red Cross. Appli- STANFORD, cation may be made at any Red Cross GIVE ME A TRIAL. office, chapter or branch, nnd It will be referred lo tho proper bureau. Satisfaction Guaranteed. MANY Honaker Auctioneer. John J. B. DINWIDDIE, miv fmSSmmSSmSmmmmmmimmin" 9 9' ymm V Disaster Relief Work N. L. PREWITT Traditional Red Cross Service to Be Continued PRKTAKKDNESS . ., Auctioneer M- -i 4 Fine. WOLF TRAIL. e, Rick, Hhoic falluT ilrlvt-- s nn Dally Thought. Delayed. Ik much I 111 f r.- -l ') In the Tim nnrhl kimux midline of Its nrT Hip xis. nohlc Trnn"iti, Taylor. allne of the rar. prcateM mrn. Sir Little Katherine Dailcy has been lion of tin- - ewir lilft Ifvpr. One ilay in. when mime nnc nki'il him mv his UtRudtneta Unpaix'snablc (or a Childless Mouse. Chance .Mrs. Carl Moberley is on the sick ar an ile ltiT, who n sick with the flu. t.i nwn islif l A' man fan 'S mill I .M'lii'i- - wiinli"! In lillllncl am writs Bi'tlliiB nluos. lie replied: unrrlt'lfri.fcf'ilutli ll i" 1 '"!; if( murt "O she list. rU'li- - llilns mmilier ruar dnrkjanl. No tlilldrcu." Chat-bar- u Ih ci'ltlin; hIhiir Hue; hir feirr was rlili 'lo sjy a Messrs Carl and Hughie' Moberley Standnrd. town lo tieutriil tliN Morning." than to knock Mill Onwii. -J- i'hiimii. were in Iincuhter Saturday. Mr.and Mrs. Abe llurton spent the week end in Madison with relatives. Mrs. John Wesley Dailey !md children were guests of Mrs. Mose Kay Thursday. Mr. Earl Dailcy and Miss Bert Dailey were visiting in Jessamine the past weeks end. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price ami baby were visiting Jlr. and Mrs. turnpike, ami contains 24V I'ARM NO. I. Situati'J on the Richmond nnil James Land Saturday. ncrra. Is ii Kently rolling farm, wry fertile soil. Has ilunily 10 room dwelling, stock bnrn, two Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey, Mr. tenant douses, and every kind of out buil.linjr you could wish for. Well watered, has about SO Karl Dailcy and Miss Bert Dailey aires of old blue cross soil that will produce anything, unit this can be subdivided Into motored to Lexington Friday. FARM NO, 2. and will sell you 137 acres with all improvements cxceptlnR one tenant lioiifc, and also Mr. and Mrs. Willie Masters and FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 acres cxccllant land and very ncccssablo to the pike with daughter of Madison spent Friday small dwelling on same. night with Mr. and Mrs. Jesao Casey. FARM NO. 4 Situated on yood pike only about 100 yards from Itlchmond and LancasMr. and Mrs. Jesse Casey and chilter turnpike and contains 278 acres, Well improved with Rood (I room dwelling, one tenant house, two good barns and u farm known throughout (inrrnrd County its being a good one and this will dren were entertained at dinner Fribo priced subdivided into smaller tracts. day by Mr. and Mri Wilbert Dailey. FARM NO. S. Situated on Good pike, near schools and churches with Rood 8 room dwell-lai- r, Mr. and Mrs. Klijuh McMillian and large barn that will house about 10 acres of tobacco. Well watered and food fencing, cxson were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Phil ccllant land and ran be bought at a bargain price of I1G0.00 per ncrc, contains 104 acres. McMillian at Danville Saturday and FARM NO, 6 situated on Rood pike in Taint I.tck High School district, contains new 11 Sunday. room bungalow anil new 40x40 tobacco barn. Rood tenant house and stock barn with sheds attached. This one will not be for Mile many duys at $225,00 per acre, contains only 70 acres. Mr. and Mrs. Koyston Hay ami mile from Rood pike, in I'aint Uck High School FARM NO, 7 Situated only about handsome son made n recent visit district, Rood G room dwelling, good stock and tobacco barn, now accommodates about ti acres of here with Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Mctobacco, is well wutered and will show you the best farm crops in the vicinity. This farm is Millian. priced right at $100.00 per acre and only contains 101 acres. FARM NO. 8 Situated on good pike has over $15,000.00 of Improvements equipped Just Mr. and Mrs. Ilughey Moberley like you want' it for big farming entcrnrize. Is now making more money for tho investment than and little duughter May, were visitany farm In the country. Located only :i 4 miles from town. Will show you the best crop of ors of Mr. and Mrs. llarvio Teater Over .100 arras of this one in grass and 160 to 200 acres tobacco in the vicinity anywhere. Thursday night. ready to cultivate this next year, A bargain without a doubt has nearly a mile pike front. Can , bo bought at J105.00 per acre, worth $200 per acre. Carmen, Mrs. Ottis Stotts, Mrs, Mose I Let me sell you a farm or sell your farm for you. Kay 'spent the day Wednesday with I Mrs. John Dailey. Mrs. Mose Ray entertained the following Friday Mrs.. Joslah and Minnie McCulley, Mrs. Andrew and PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Otis Stotts and baby and Mrs. John1 Dailey. Dally Thought. nt nil ihnn not t Krltrr nt Doing l' Farm Bargains SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. for disaster before undertaken by Lancaster, Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 the American Red Cross as one of the Important features of Its peace program. Support of this program BOOKKEEPING BuiMia,Phaiography will be asked In the Third Red Cross TYPEWRITING and Roll Call, November Statistics show that since 1900, dis TELEGRAPHY peace-timhave brought per--t asters of MmITh IUSINEISCBUE8E aoxal Injury to 1,(00,000 persons, at Itt Im. s4 Im.mmm, mmm iptrtr t Prwltnt hu t bnkln( bualirM, 1m 40 run sxfiirBtfic W tho same time destroying property valued at over 11.000,0,0a. During 1917 UimWlUftVm B. SMITH. ixla1ta. alone, eighty disasters were aided by the Red Cross. This situation demands a preparedness for emergency relief and that Is what the Red Cross is to supply. Red Cross chapters everywhere will create disaster preparedness committees that will make surveys locating food, hospital supplies, clothing, buildings for housing refugees; and will also canvass for physicians, nurses and social workers prepared to respond Instantly to emergency calls. In the case of great disasters where the resources of the division In which the entire reIt occurs Is over-taxelief strength of the Red Cross In the country may ba mobilised through national headquarters. For th4 Treatment of Red Cross chapters, division offices Tubtrxu)oU and the national office are planning to Maintained by the Louisville put disaster relief on such a sound Association for basts that It will become nation-widthe adequate treatment of tuber In scope, and will assure for all emerculosts In all Us stages at Lis tbcv gencies a swift mobilization and apatt. Kates 515.CO per week, plication of whatever funds, supplies board, medical attention, workers may be and experienced laundry, etc. Hlfih ground needed. extent!. etlcvr. Delightful surroundings. Special rates for r2 ilLffl jntt Hazelwood Sanatorium 1! RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP t ttbfitvtl pOMibtt. frrt fcAtcrtl U Sm4 Ac. Prt Jt arcmarr MEANS The spirit of service exprtsstd In action. Homss made wretched by war, ned halp. Communltltt at hems Red Cross Ssrvlce. Ths Red Cross In 1920 alms to cempltte Its war work and to serve American communities 4m4Hr4mmt t taunt Ct ltiunttUt nd J SWm, lanasttvaMM OtNl altars. Obm is asvMteaV Jm. 1 U f. Uin.1 mi IA aM3psrisnaBiMtkSl KM1! wfMiy STORMES DRUG STORE. 1 Ii I II JOIN THE RED CROSS ThM RtH CaH, Nov. 2-- The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 23, 1919. BLUEBERRIES j i L I I By HELEN AHLQUIST faWlaW Building Lots, Cow Pastures and Just outside the City Limits of Lancaster TWO BRAND NEW AT lieltjr Inul hern ik klne blueberries tlnee A oYliX'L that morning and with a great sljth of satisfaction its she nnlleetl that lli. top of her was nlcvly rtuhiileit with herrles on top at Inst slnrlel for the Ihile red farm-hull"uhere she tunl Immmi iHinntlni; with "(Iraiuni" ntnl "liraiiipy" lloli-l.ln- s fur thr !hst weeks. She In ton ii mer a leilger 4S eeks of t lie )cnr ami Mini for the funr she pent In the country earh summer. She wing o ln trmlceil along. ltli iierer inre In the nnrlil rxii-p- l getting Intel, hmiipiii 1 in. for illiinrr. Slip hail cine ulxxil. tinlf wax when she sple.1 a liunrli nt iniiiiiilaln laurel hy AtwooilS ledge. Shr hail flen heanl tirammy Itohhlns hewall lit scarcity In their vicinity, mi she tare fully int her pull f herrles under clump of huslift which were near liy ml started olt to get a buucli of It. "They1!! he lrerfrcllr safe there," he thought, "anil I'll only be (one a minute an) May." Hut ah was none mer an hour anrl rot hark Just In time n nee a jounic uiuu rueful!) lrjln to gather up tin contents of the pall. He had .eit every berry 1 "You nee." lit atarleil ailogciici.lly. -- II kkM VSI aaK H M 111 tn 5 ca 5 ca 5 c a package Vhb i H jfl HH WKmM)0 W m before the war package during the war; package NOW DWELLINGS - AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 2:30 O'CLOCK, (SHARP). This is part of the W. R. Cook 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 ypu 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. gressive town with cultured and hospitable people. This is the place to make your home in "The Land of Now." I For further particulars and blue prints and to show you the property see J. W. Smith and Theo Currey, at Lancaster, or Swinebroad, THE REAL- ESTATE MAN" W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. "Don't you ilara tn nay u let Ii.t word." Itetty Interrupted niilely, "j ou " "I was Just coins he con I lulled valiantly with hi eiplan.-ill.in-. only tn be rut short a;aln by Itetty. "I don't rare what )ou coins to do. Vou spilled every one of my herrles etery one of theni." he n.hle.1 tragically. "Vou oucht to be arrested for robllery, so there I I think ..u'ie a you're l!ut she couldn't Ihluk of a word of stlPIHent evureolcli to describe him, mi he took ndianiiue of her paue to tinlh liU eiplanatlou 'To alt down," he murmured ion tritely. Hetty gate Mm a look nf ntilierln fiiirn and started on her wa uira'ii while he stood Mutchln: her rcciit untly. There Isn't a tiling I ran do about It," ha murmured hopelessly. "She's a regular little splttlre." Itetty was nearly home when she re membered that she had left her moiin tain laurel behind and went hark to cet It. When Dually the reached the farm house there ant the offender on the plana comfortably chatting Kway with Rraiupy llobbins! tiraramy aasr her from the kitchen window and hur neu nui in inirouuce ner to the new hoarder, for, as she so often said, "Oranipy will forget little Ihlnirs like that, you know. Betty acknowledged the Introduction frigidly and at frigidly excused her elf. (Irammy looked with a troubled expression from one to rhe other and then nattily followed Hetty upstair. "Why, Honey, what's the matter? I never tawr you In audi a mood before. Mr. Moore If a friend of Wlll'a. and I'm aur In couldn't be nicer I I was Juat galng to ask you to ahow him around the farm." "Oh, I couldn't do that," eiclalmed P.etty In horror, "I Just couldn't. Why, he's the man that spilled my blue berries !" (irammy was a most tmpathellc peraon usually and she reallted If she laughed at Hetty's tragic atatement that ahad never be forgiven. Hh nattily ran down stair, abutting the door behind her, and then tat dowu aad laughed till the teara rolled down her rbtaks. .She even took tlranipy and Mr. Moore Into her mndaVnre Ld tht three of them considered It a hug Joke. Hut they had figured without Betty. She didn't think It a Joke, and for the whole week didn't say a word to Mr. Moore. She avoided him whenever she could, and when this wua Impossible, looked miles past him If they chanced to meet. "Never )ou mind. Mr. Moore," (irammy consoled him, "the' Mubboni aa a mule, but she'll get over It; just you wiilt and see If she doesn't." And that very name day Betty did "Cet oi cr It." The Ilohbluset went shopping down the "square," and left Betty at liomu tu get supper. Moore, leisurely reading In the hammock, could hear her singing aa the worked. and regretted that uch a amall accident should keep them from being friends. "She's acting Jutt like an lie thought, "and nil he needs la a good spunking 1" Ilia thought were rudely Interrupted, aud quickly he ran to the kitchen. e' "Oh, (iruhipy, (Irumpy, oil anybody," the cried, "the kltchen'a on Are." And sure enough somehow or other the box of kindling hy the atove had caught, aud was blaring merrily away, but the two of them put It out in a second. After the excitement was over, Hetty bravely started to tliuuk him, but she only atummrreil for while, and then quite suddenly burst Into tear. Oil. come now, please dou't." urged poor Moore awkwardly, "really, u miisn't do that. You aee," he added brightly, to cheer her up, "I'm ghid It happened, because now we're going to be friends, real friends, aren't wet I never put much stock In 1'ate before, hut I guess he's a pal of mlue after nil. Belly, you can't hold out agahitt lil ii i berries and I'tile, can jojj WeVe ill got to be friends' ' up at him And Belly, Mulling Ihioiigb her tears, ag:eed wlthlilui! iCspyrlcht, UU, McClura Ntwapaytr.lya. I" THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! to" tip "a" CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Otllars. ON "ROLL JJ. V. Hudson, OF HONOR.' Aut. Cachier. Clerk. Pretident, J. J. Walker. V. Pres. W. O. Itlgney, W. V. Champ, Cashier, Joe J. Walker, Astt. Cathter, Un. N. C. Hamilton, u ii ii ii ir toe Tour Tires Retreaded We use the Dry-Cur- e Vulcanizing proretreading-n- ot cess of half sole-a- nd can rebuild a tire at less than half price. 3S00. MILES GUARANTEED Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. s. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. Walnut Street. 31 Danville, Kentucky. -lt Lj fl ll-ir- ll ii jr j. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and VUCBIS'I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.,' Thursday Oct 23, 1919 COMFORT OF HOG a NR docs it by improving digestion, assimilation mm HOST DESIRABLE Well-Mad- e Sanitary Wallow Is Like Coney Island Bathing Beach for Porkers. CONCRETE TYPE IS POPULAR! Grower Fee Two Temperature E trcmet In Many cf Statea Many Farmere Neglect Proper Shelter. (Prepared by the Unit. 4 Sum nepart. mnt of Agriculture ) It In n nuturul fur the lint; lit wont to wallow ns It l for tin- - small tiny t I with (.curry In I lie nlil swimming Hit- - first breath if spring. Hut weather la luiril on Tut miliimls, tho portly porker Includid. That I why a w climatic, military hog wallow- - Is like u Coney Irland bathing bcaili fur the hog". A popular ami senlccnbfe type of wallow nihiirateil liy t ti I'lilled States diarlincnt of nprlciilturo should lie maile of concrete about In Irpth nnil large enough to HCeoiiniHHhile the herd of hop. The wallow should he supplied with n satisfactory Intake nnil outlet mi Hint It full of, inn he till) I iihout two-thirwater ami drnlnid eviry few ilaja, or In keep III.' t Ills often ll( Ik tieretKHry hhiI frch anil ilennly. At Hie present ' time a l"t Is being made lit the experimental liirin of the ilepnrtiuent of aKrlculttlre lit It, ttsvllle. .Mil., tn determine, the alue of the cement hoc wallow n n eiiiiifort fer hogs. The resultof till. ImeMlinitli n will he published early In the full. upon roii'pt-'HoiThe lit.'.-- grower In innny of the lead-- ! states faces tun Inc teiiiM'rulure extremes ilurliiK the car. I luring the winter, unless he provides comfortable house nud warm quartern, his hogs are likely tn suffer from the ridd. while In the Hummer season he must hiiudle the nuliniils under Condi-Hon- s nf extreme heat. Any animal ns fnt in the ntirnge hoc which Is tn he mnrkrled In the late summer or enrly full Kiiffero greatly during hot weather, nnil unfortunately many line farmer neglect to provide shelter nnil protection for their hops from the extreme Relieve Your Rheumatism For 25c. NR Today are three ine riMrnce, vital A procr es of hu. the illeeii i of ilio ertmetton of nnur hn enl i t anil thu elimination s. tha w..t-- . and elimination the lexical way. Relief or No Pay riirnmatlfl pni-- -i Allowed to re- rr. in In the l.nly. Think of tU.i. It fxrlalna tho auc-i- 'i of Naturt'l Remedy INK Tab-- h i In eo i.;.ni) cnscK where other rr.'illclno ha fnllnl, Thoutan.ls are Uslm? Iflt Tablets day and crti.ii.il uto or irn iiuw. times n. rnii n for tmeertnlt thln.Tf7 A I'io lvt of Nature'a ntmeay c,-p-. Tnltleta). con. talnln; er.r to liat twenty. fito d, .'a. mL'tt lirtn VOU. inn.f alio you rromnt r nn.i ai. If.nctori- - benellt rp.f rnt notlilrc And Nature': rm4. la ..r.. nnl. for the relief cf rLccmntirm. It dlc'rtlo.i. tones t.ifl liver, reir Ulales liMnry rnl Inn I acllon, bloed frd clermtts tli whole tvrtcm. lou'll feel ll'e n now perr.on T,hen Jo'l'Vo tal.en Nit Tabl.ts a wee';, You'i irhs! the r. r now mnkB tho meilltllira nr.il real tefi. 1 ou'll i.it iraulln II, Is time. n It Tablets) Is Nature's Rem" ' row, Ruamnteril . . . .commended br jour druczlat fr.i I.t them La I. .Iirrcnl.il op imprurw rly enrrl 1 on, and rlckncru oi tcmu Kimi loiiuTrs. Toor and arslmlli-tli- n m folium to oirivo m full nojr:-hm- r it from focrt r.rit rroc.fa-ii- It anything Interfere with thc-- o dlta.1 that In I 'm c!ti means tUetl. Wfnlthf. l.nrmla. etc. IVor el.mlnalin-- i m r:i' one nn nf rentier whin- T,f,jons the lnr;crs Itallty. fUcr'avit tlm porrerVof In dlsenrn and lni:s to tl.o Ouvtlupmint of mLtiy rcrlous lib. Tlhenrrntlsm, diirt to some tntrrfer-fi- r Willi the rroceM of f llrr,'..illon. filliim lo pet rid of certain ennnot bi r xre-tc- d lo lfld to r y mrdlclne that fjlls to co rrct ttin t nfl'tlon rerpoiiRlble fur It. Could nnr rnmnnhlis or ron vxpret to rl I hlmsilf of rhfumatio val-- a lor.; r.3 te R. E. McROBERTS. Lancaster, Kentucky. We Vouch for Them Of all the tires that are madev why do you suppose we prefer to sell United States Tires? Because they are made by the biggest rubber company in the world. And they know how to build good tires. facilities, they employ many exclusive methods. They can go to greater lengths in testing, improving, and perfecting the things that o c Keep this Clipping, for it is :i!uable. It puts you in touch with the Men you want, fur they are noted to sell land hi'eher than anybody clfc in this hus.ness. They have choice of materials, they have immense make good tires. We find it good business to sell United States Tires. And you will find it good business to buy them. They are here- -a tire for every need. T.mn.r.tiir. Cvfr.m.. earth to sell earth, for you know "The best bank on earth is earth itself." We arc AUCTION SPECIALISTS and always sell You make the price. We make as advertised. Is the host way on Public Auction the deed. We have sold land everywhere, for the sale you attended was a financial success 'for the OWNER We carry the three best auctioneers in the country. You know NOW is the time to SELL. TIIK LIVE WIDE-AWAK- E United States Tires are Good Tires We know United States Tires are good tires. That's why we sell them. Haselden Bros. Garage. Becker 6 Ballard, Brjantsville. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick-J- . 6 C. P. Wagers, Klrksville, Ky. If you nre interested MK.V. Write, Wire, Cable or Call Us. REAL ESTATE VICTORY REALTY CD. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. S. A. WALK Kit, Oen. .Mgr. T. C. EI. KIN, Sales Mgr Gov. BLACK TO worn mm at General Grant Knew. An Objection. Tn Johnnie llosklns; Yes. you are When I was at my cousin's weildini; right. Soldiers nlwnt glow tired of en rjjhlng was going alone very idee-Ibeans ns n steady diet. We think It Just after the minister said "Has was Ceueral llrant who suhi; "Lc r.i one any objection tn these two us have peas." Arkansaw Thomas wed?" my bnby brother cried Exchange. out "Pa, da. Cat. 'jay'" Some of Uncle Sam'a Porker Beltavllle, Md. lieat. Purine hot weather line need an nhundance of fhade natural simile, such ns U furnished hy trees und bushes helue the hest. Temporary Shelter. Where natural Mindc and shelter lire not Anllnlile, the line owner should put up ll temporary shelter hy hulldlne u frnnieuork about 4 feet hleli and thoroughly rocerlDg the top wllli brush, atntu--, eniss, or hay. This IneX' lenslve sunshade should be of suffi cient aln tn protect n herd of lines In comfort na they lie under It. Ah ii rule, the nrdlnury hoe house should not be Used for shade purposes during the summer. I'aoli year line mortality Is comparatively henry due tn "porker sunstroke" Induced by maintaining tin hogs In the open without aufuclent protection from the ruddy glow of Old Sols furnace. CTBT - bbIbbbbbibbBbbV SPEAK AT LANCASTER, COURT DAY, AT THE COURT HOUSE, COUNTY TA Sitry of a Tamf Captain Pruraotioa in tht Navy tomt quickly t tbot who qualify for hichsrr ratine. Ia aUtfTh 1899 A. P. Nil on rnliatrd tilth Navy an Apprentice Seaman, 3rd rlaaa. In April 1907 tie was ratrsj Chief Turret Caotam. Hit pay today it $165.76 per Monday, October 27 At Te-Citizens, A mans life among men ! Reel them oM "Rio",CibraItar, Ceylon, Yokohama all the Ereat ports of the world are they only placri on the map to you or are they porta where you've cone sailing in from the high seas with every eye alone the shore turned admiringly on your big ship your ship I Every ocean has a United States ship sailing for some port worth seeing. afloat that will make you 'a welcome man in any company. Work? sure, and a man's work It is, among men. APPLY MANURE IN ORCHARDS 1:30 o'clock. Failure Fruit la of Many Trees to Produce Due o Lack of Necetaary Plant Food. of Garrard and adjoining counties are cordially invited to hear Governor Black discuss the Political issues of the campaign on the above date. Ladies especially invited. Everybody come and give the Governor a hearty welcome. : Undoubtedly the failure, or rurtlnl failure, of ninny fruit trees tn brills forth a crop Is due to hiik of plant food, Professional nrchardl$ts look nfter this mutter, but the iivernge farmer who lias n few trees, which he dignities by the name of "orchard," gives scant heed to providing Ihcin with fertility. He may turn the sheep nr the cnlves In mncine them hut such fertility n they ndd Is npt to he of slight mi I ue, coinpiirutlvely spcnMnir, YOUNG ANIMALS NEED CARE If you've any call in you for a full life join, and color all your years ahead with mcmoiies of things worth seeing with knowledge worth laving with an inexhaustible fund of sea tales and adventures picked up ashore and 'Play? well.rather.withabuncb) of men who know how to play. These comrades of yours carry in their ears the sounds of great world cities, of booming guns, of swashing seas sounds you will share with them and that will never die away. And when you come home, you'll face life ashore with level eyes for Uncle Sam trains in sf-telian- ce as well as The Navy builds straight men--no mollycoddles. Colut for two yrari. Escellrnt opportunities' for dvanrrmmt. Four wrskt holiday, ftith psy rach year. Shore leave lo see la land ighti at ports viatled. Men always learning. Oood food ndrukt unlfurni outfit free. Pay begins tbe day you enliit. Grs tJi Infounation from your nearest recruiting station. If you ao nor a now wne-r- the nearest recruiting station h. aik your Postmaster, tit knows. They Should Be Given Such Attention aa Will Insure Them Most Favorable Start, sudi'cnre nnd ntlenllnii us will give them a favorable start, livery practi- The young animals Flumld require GREEN BOWLING, Chairman, County Campaign Committee. cal animal hiishntiilmaii knows lliul unless he Is In ii position In glw bl young animals plenty of the right kind of feed und protect Ihem from cool rains and other nnliunls they will not thrive. Tills Ja where u eood means a faroruble ending. U.S. Navy Shove off f -Join the The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Oct 23 1919. LET US HELP PAY YOUR FUEL BILLS THIS WINTER by saving you 25 per cent, of the coal usually used. WILL BE SCARCE AND PRICES ON ACCOUNT OF STRIKES-COA- L HIGH, SO WHY NOT PREPARE TO USE AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE? WELCH CAN SOLVE YOUR TROUBLES IF YOU WILL ONLY LET HIM. OUR LINE OF Moores Air Tight, and Coles Hot Blast Heaters will save from 25 to 30 per cent of your fuel. They are made to burn all the coal. An ordinary stove does not burn the gas in coal. Cobs, wood and slack can be used with satisfaction. LADIES! Do you know LADIES! is LADIES! Each yeur you use your range in cooking over a thousand meals. Surely you should have the best equipment possible for your work. The great Haking will be MAJESTIC or FAVORITE RANGE will make your work easier and more pleasant. a pleasure with one of these stoves. Every day you use your old Stove or Range, you are paying for a new one, but you are not jetting it half of your life spent in fixing food. WAGONS. li'1 READY-TO-WEA- R. i complete, only Sl'Jo.OO seedS 135.00 seed- WHEAT DRILLS. 8x8 complete with fertilizer and grass er only 10x7 complete with fertilizer and grass er, only $145.00 Have you been in to see our SUITS and COATS? We have'all sizes and kinds. You will be agreeably surprised when you learn our prices. You enn save money by seeing what we have to offer, before buying. , FURNITURE FURNITURE ' " We have just received a supply of Bed Room Suits Dinning Room Suit and Hoosier Kitchen Cabineti. We have a splendid stock of RU(!S, also. MEN AND BOYS VICTROLAS AND PLAYER PIANOS Words cannot tell you how much pleasure there is in your home. :i .Musical Instrument We can however demonstrate to you some of the many pretty records wo have if you will call at our .Make our store your headFurniture Deparment. quarters when in Ilerea. You are always welcome in having ROOFING Complete stock and be,st prices, 90 pound, slate colored $3.00 per square. n Best galvinized $6.25 per square.' When in Berea be sure and come in to see our SUITS and OVERCOATS. We can please you and save you money. Wc are always glad to see you, even tho you do not wish to buy anything. 0Hxl5 only HAY BAILING WIRE $1.75 WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE 'KEINTUCkY'S GREAT EST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. i Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' - BEREA, KENTUCKY. My llltle hrother. Mr. I, llkrl tu iti'iiiiiiiii'i The Temperance Lecture at the Sunday with Mrs. Lenn nnd Mattie Christian church Sunday afternoon Cobb. by Mr. Schmidt was enjoyed by all Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Chandler and who heard him. baby of Madison were the week-enWils Rogers who had the misfor- guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tune to be kicked by a mule last William Whittaker. week is improving, his friends will Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Preston and be glad to know. Miss Carrie Preston spent Sunday George Noe has returned from afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Pineville where he went to consult a Preston and family. specialist. He will return to Pineanu Mrs. R. II. Preston, baby ville the latter part of this week to daughter Christine, Mrs. I. II. Dunbe under the care of the Dr. for a can and children, and Mrs. George month. Miller spent Thursday with Mrs. U. d BUENA VISTA. (Delayed. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bowling spent Sunday with friends in Stanford. Mrs. L. H. Bniner was 'the guest of relatives in' Lexington .last week. Mr. and Mrs. it R. Abner spent the week end with Burgin relatives. Mrs. William King spent last week with her brother Mr, Oscar Bonta at Faulconer. 1 Dr. Allen filled his appointment Sun- at the Presbyterian fhurchlast day morning. of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McWaters Danville were guests of Mrs. Bettie .Ruble, Sunday. Messrs Dow Askins and George T, Baylor were in Lexington last Friday on business. Mr. A. D. Scott and son. Ruble Scott, of Greendale, were here on business last Thursday. Mrs. Sallie Preston of Jacksonville Illinois, have returned to their home after a visit to friends here. "ONLY ONE THING 4 ' IREAKS MY COLD! "TkafaDr. King'. New Di.. coyory for .fifty year a cold-breake- r" rOTrnNO but sustained 'Inc but Hure relief from stubborn old .colds and onrushlug new ones, grippe, cough, and crimp could throat-tearing ' quality unit unfailing effectiveness ran SCOUM SUCll MltllUtflUtflll. NoMi. have made Dr. King's New Discovery the nationally lxipular uud btandard remedy it U toduy. Fifty years old and always reliable, flood for the whole family, A bottle In the medicine cabinet menus u oliort-livecold or cnugb. 00c. and SIMS). Alt druggists. Ulve It u trial. can near Buena Vista. Mrs. J. B. Deane entertained a few of her relatives Sunday in honor James Royston sold a small bunch of Miss Sallie Tracey of Illinois. ofliogs for 12 cents. Miss Sallie Tracey who has been Mark Bogie sold a bunch of shoats vmtir.g relatives here for some time to V. A. Lear for ISc. left Monday for her home at ChathRr, K. Speake sold his farm of am, Illinois. ( more than ISO acres to J. I. HamilServices will be held at the church ton for $200 an acre. Saturday afternoon and Sunday afRev. Skagg and family moved to ter being out quite a while on acthe parsonage last week and will take count of repair work. charge of the work at this place. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and daughMr. and Mrs. Leslie Huffman of ter. Miss Peachie Mae, of Teaters-vill- e, Lexington came over and spent Sunwere the guests of Modames dry with her father, Mr. Moses Dor-to- H. R. Montgomery and Thos Hicks a part of last week. The Ladies Working Society met The three year old ion of Mr. and with Mrs Mary Doty" last Thursday. Mrs. Thomas Tapp was run over by Candy wns served by the hostess. a wagon Saturday and broke his The next meeting will be with Miss jaw. He was taken at once to the Eugenia Pollard. Danville Hospital and is thought to Mrs. Speake has returned after be doing nicely. spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ben Pollard of west James Stucky Says, "Rata Cost Me Lancaster. Mrs. Pollard accompanied $125! For Plumbing Bills." her home for a visit. "Wc couldn't tell what was clogWe are glad to note our young men are beginning to take the lead ging up our toilet and drains. We in religious work, they have had no trad to tear up floor, pipes, etc. found They had organization to train them to it, ex- n rat's nest in basement. cept the Sunday School and mother. choked the pipes with refuse. The plumber's bill was $125. RAT-SNA- P cleaned the rodent out." Three sizes 2Sc, 00c, $1.00. Sold nnd guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store nnd Haselden Bros. Oct. Adv. "Mother and myself, taking the PAINT - LICK. advice of some kind friends, are taking Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for Delayed? bad stomach and liver trouble and The High School will give n play bloating. The medicine is rightly named 'Wonderful', for Buch it is. at the school building Oct. 24th. It has certainly done wonders for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhodus and both of us." It is n simple, harmless little son are visiting relatives here. preparation that removes the catarrR. II. Ledford was in Cincinnati hal mucus from the intestinal tract last week to sec the "Worlds series" and allays the inflammation which Ash Ledford has purchased the cuu.es practically all stomach, liver Wade Wulker farm paying $250 per and intestinal ailments, including ap, acre. pendicitis. One dose will convince Mrs. C. B. Sjnilh of Smith Ky., has or money refunded. R. E. McRob-ert- s, guest of his nelce, Mrs. L. druggist, Lancatter Ky adv. been the MARKSBURY. Delayed. he could perform an act which aweil ai well as amused htui greatly wrtg-gi- n his hair. One evening, during sucb a performance, Bobby said wistfully, "Tou can wriggle yours, sister ran take hers clear'off and lay It oa tste bureau, and I can't do a thing wltb mine." Chicago Tribune. lie Trick Hair. llo!by. alvay rjll, beoaue G. Preston . LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS ARE CONTINUALLY CUTS, EXPOSED ETC. Rats TO Where Thtra's a Baby on Farm Keep Rat-Sna- WOUNDS. Mother And Daughter Doing Well. HEALGet a bottle of KARRIS' Make it at home ING REMEDY. and you will have the best healer known at a cost of a few cents. ReRAT-SNA- P member flies never bother a sore where this remedy is applied. W, A. DICKERSON, Lancaster Ky. 22c, SOc, $1.00. Sold and guaranadv. teed by McRoberts Drug Store and Oct. A civ, Haselden Bros. POOR RIDGE, Delayed. COY. Delayed. Mrs. Mattic Harvey is visiting Mrs. Lewis Simpson. Mrs. Josie Matthew still continues Mr. Bud Ducan spent Sunday with ill. Mr, Ike Duncnn. Mrs. Belle Simpson was in town Mrs. Gus Croushorn is visiting her Saturday shopping. rister, Mrs. Walker Ilurdette, Mr. Sammie Clay Folger has re.Mrs. Mattie Rankin wus in Danturned to Somerset. ville the past week on business. Mrs. James Sunders was the recent Miss Marthu Anderson is visiting guest of her mother, Mrs. Lige Ray. Duncan. her daughter Mrs. Kverette Little Muybel Vaught spent SatMrs. Will Wylie of Nlcholusville urday night with her nunt Mrs. A, week with Mrs. Hannah Bpcnt last Clouse. Waston. Miss Muuilie Clouse spent WednesMr. H. A, Wylio of Nicholasville Mrs. Hasty is viting his daughter, Mrs. II. It. day night with Mr. and und family, Preston. are on most farms. Once they get inside the house look out. Rats kill infants biting them is not unusual. Nursing bottles attract rats. Brake n cake of and throw It around. It will surely rid of rats nnd mice. Three sizes All Baking Cares When CALUMET comes in. nil bakiiiL' troubles take quick leave. You co riulit ahead ana mix up baking Shoulders materials, for biscuit- scakes anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. CALUMET AKINQ U. Ledfcrd. Regular BoweU la Health v MT. HEBRON. Delayed. Mrs. Tom Ballard was the guest of Mrs. Vina McWhorter Friday night and Saturday. Miss Ellen J'rultt attendede the burial of Mr. William Broaddus at Bowels that more spasmodically Mrs. A. S. Deane is very ill with free one day anil stubborn tliu next should be healthfully regulated by I)r pneumonia. .King's New J.lfo rills. In this way Mr, Thomas Hicks bought of Mr. Impurities of waste mat' Keep Son from the circulating through the gy L. E. Speake two head of cattle at . tern by cleansing the bowels thorough-a- . 8c per' pound-Mr- . jUi"" I'rotnotlut the proper flow ol and Mrs! George Sherrow are baby Mild, comfortable, yet always relia- viry happy over the arrival of a ble. Dr. King's New Life fills work boy on the 10th. Kirksville Monday. Mrs. Charlie Graves was in Danville Saturday to see her husband who is In the Hospital. Charlie Graves who was taken to Danville Friday was operated on that precision without the coustlpatloo with Is tho afternoon for appendicitis is getting Miss Mabel Montgomery result of violent purgatives, iiac ai guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sam Dun along nicely. usual at all druggist. Mrs. George Miller of Versailles spent last week with her sister, Mrs. It. II. Preston. Mr., and Mrs. Lotie Raney and little daughter, Lencva, spent last week with relatives in Lagrange. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price was the week end guest of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ilurdette. Mrs. George Miller and Miss Christine Preston spent Friday with Miss Gertrude McQuerry of Jessamine. Master Cecil Naylor spent Saturday and Sunday with his grand-parentMr. and Mrs. William Matthew. Mrs. Lewis Simpson and daughter Agnes and Mrs. Mattie Harvey spent Mrs. Virginia I. Simpson Saturday night and friends In Lnneuster. Mrs. spent Sunday with POWDER I.ovie Anderson little son, her mother, and bright spent Sunday with Simpson. Mrs. Andrew Mr. und Mrs. Sum Murphy spent u few days last week with their daughter, Mrs I.ovie Goodloe of Richmond. Locker Mr. and Mrs. Coltman spent Wednesday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bronston Locker at Buckeye. Wulden Druthers are having a dam put across Sugar Creek which Is much to the benefit of the entire community. Istht moat ttrttlar befall. It Lf .!. moat MM rasulta, U.ha I ha bis- got ifmajKrbKuiie It tilhe nyt dt. 1 pwwf imjk mi ii utne lug. 1 Atrial l!lcaminra you that thrrais nans urtO(cod."llu)ricin-- lf ou I . ihj. Hiwm iim il pics und wn yuur nonrjr uses. C'lumtt contains only such Intra. mm uk-iina.a urrtt approved viukiiuj trf ine u. a, rood Auiuoriucu, Tas Mff vial fmm has tt. Tas am Mas mm lb QUALITY HICHEST HICHEST AWARDS The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 23, 1919 9 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 TwlAAj-- 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. iWu ti 1 Yjt 111 Fair Treatment our Motto. opposite $35,000. High School Building Gov. Bradleys old home. Water, Electric Lights, Bath Basement also Store and Business. HOUSE AND LOT For Sale The Mrs. W. It. Mason nnd Mr. W It. Cook have been recent visitors in Mrs. Itobert Elkin and Mrs. Josiph liiibmson motored to Lexington last Monday for the day. Mrs. F. II. Marksbury, and Misses Martha nml Helen Gill have been recent visitors in Danville. Mrs. Dora Hcrron, of llodgensville Ky., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. S. (!. Vaughan of Hill Court. The many friends of Mrs. Hollie Drown are glad to know she i re" covering from her recent illness. Jennings Miss Scott. In Memory of RICHARD CULLISON HENRY, who departed this life Friday Sept. 12, lUl'J. Dear brother, we miss you so Fighting life's battles nlonc. Oh! the sorrow, the heartaches we 17 suffered, When the angels were culling you home. J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q DealJHouse. Wilder Mr ami Mrs. Clarence were visitors in Danville, Monday. Lucy Jennings of Bucnu Vista and .Mr. Harold Scott of Lnn - ' marriage at caster, were united in the home of Itev. F. T. Mclntyrc of in i the Kpworth Methodist church Lexington Wednesday afternoon. I Mis. Jennings is the popular nnd attractive daughter of Mrs. Nancy Jennings und Mr. Scott is a rising young merchant of Lancaster where with his he engaged in business father, .Mr. A. T. Scott. This popular young couple have the best wishes of a host of friend. Classified Column RATES! Gossip About gg People A k.Uf Gs Mr. by TKm MUa mi Vf Ik. Tana.. Art Istertitcd hwA In. Ilrnry .Moore in spending days In Mississippi. sev-rr- reveral weeks Miss III Ion Cill ha returned from tay in Louisville. Mrs. VanArtda.il, of Stanford, is visiting Mr. It. K Mcltoberts. Mr. M. M. Millrr. of Richmond, hkirbren visiting lainrnstrr relatives. Mrs.- - John Burrows, of Columlii.i, Mo., in the Hghes. Mis. cunt of .. Mrs. Sauflcy Delia Rico" Hughes ha from H visit lo her uunt in i Stanford. Mis Mrth.i Itettis, of Lexington, hus been visiting her mother, Mrs. KHrn Ileitis. Mlu Gertrude Pettiu, of lavjittille hat been the tue.it of Misses Miirthn ml Helen t. ilU. Mix Eliia Iron has iftiiriiejl from a weeks stuy In Somerset uster," Mrs. Chtistnpher. a fe with her Mrs. Elizabeth Hushes Is spending ilayi in Stanford with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Acey. JJrt. II. II. Hull ami Mrs. Lucy ir Arrfolil. ot Winchester, have been visitors In Lunruster. Mrs. Hurry Elmore nml duughtir, of Harrodsburg, have been visiting her mother, Mrs. I'at Anderson. Mrs. Victor Ituble of Garrard Co., hat' been visiting her purents, Mr. anil Mrs. J. W. Dismukcs, in iturgin. Mr. and Mrs. T. 1.. Wall, of mouth, Ohio, is expected this to be the guests of Mr, and William l.eur on the Lexington Ports- week Mrs. pike. FLANNEL SHIRTS, WOOL SWEATERS. KNIT UNDERWEAR, Fleeced Lined Mr. und Mrs. K. C. Gaines were In Louisville last week attending the Mrs. K. U Owsley visited Mrs, J. National Fire Insurance Convention ilronaugh in Nicholas ille, Wednesday Mr. an.l Mrs. A. J. Wilder of Itereu, motored to Monday While there they were KUesU at the afternoon for a short visit to their swell haniuet at the Seelbuch given son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilder. by this Association. Mrs. J. E. Dickerson ha as pleas Itev J. It. Moorman is in Cincinant members of her house-holnati this week attending the National Misse Itobinson, Sexton, Ituhle, Es- Convention of the Disciple of Christ. tridge ami Ilurchett, of the Graded Mrs. l.ouln C. Johnson and daugh-ter- , School. returned Miss Florence, have Miss Sullie Tillett spent some days from a viit oT several d.iys In Cinin the country during his illness at cinnati. the home of her cousin, the late Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernet Sprngue anil Krusinus Dunn, whose death occurred and last week. daughters, .Mines Christine Helen KliZitheth. of Louisville, spent Mr. II. D. Lee, who recently sold the week end with Mrs. W. It. Cook. his house in Haselden Heights, moved Itev. Clarence Strothcr has been hi family last week to a farm with spending n few days in Nashville, handsome house which he purchaseil He will be accompanied at Mckinncy. Tennessee. home by hi wife ami baby who have Friends of Mrs. Ida Tinsley will been visiting relatives there. regret to learn of her illness at her home on Stanford street. Her son Mrs. Kuullcy Hughes entertained Mr. Homer Tinsley, of Dixon, Ky., is Tuesday evening with a six o'clock expected tomorrow to be at her bed. complimentary to her house side. dinner guest. Mrs. John In r rows, of Colum Mrs. Fannie Walker visited Mrs, lU, Mo. It was n most enjoyable W. I Lawson and Mrs. Joel Walker nil air. prior to her departure Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mobley, of Smithneld, ky., where she will make Dumille Avenue, iiiu being showered her home for the future. The good with congratulations for the birth of wishes of her ninny friends go with morning her. u handsome son. Mondav He has bee:" called Clarence Cabell Messrs 11. v. llustin, J. W. SweenMobley and he is being royally wcl ey, W. 0. Itigney, Adolph Joeph, J. i omed. It. Haselden and J. It. Moorman at The Woman Club met last Thurs- - tended the meeting of the Grand day afternoon at their rcoms on Lex Lodge of .Masons at Louisvil.'c this itieton nvrnue. .Miss Alberta Antler w oak. son was leader assisted by Mrs. Clay Mrs. F.mmu laiwson, Mrs. Harry Sutton. The following resolutions uer udonted; Ill as mueh os Mrs. Personette, Mr. und Mrs. A. II. Itice Richmond, Indiana, and Miss D. M. laickey, an honorary member of of Danville, are th of the Woman's Club, has passed Stella Itice, guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Sutton, from our midst be it hereby resolved II, A. II. Marksbury. that we express our deepest sym- und Mrs. pathy to her daughter in her loss and Mae Brown, of Washington, Miss pray that God's sustaining grace may D. C, daughter of the late Mr. Nu he with her in this dark hour. poleon Ilrown, is visiting the family Mis Martha Cill, Mrs. T. J. Price, and other Garrard county relatives Committee, of her uncle, Mr. Ureathitt Ilrown, Mrs. It. K. Mcltobeifs of the extensive Ilrown relationship. Mis. Ilrown holds a nice position in the service of the Treasury Depart ment and her efficiency has been ree. ognized with u merited promotion. Loved ones around you were wntcn ing, waiting. g Praying for hope of life for you Hut the angels in Heaven were beck oning thee. Homeward over the sea. FOR SALE: Heating Stove, rugs, Mr. Loval I). Simms, son of Mr. table, chairs and many other things. nnd .Mrs. James II. Simms, who reLittle by little our hopes faded, Fannie llishor. Phone 397. side on their farm near Harrodsburg As we wutched, and bathed your ami Miss Jessie Tatum, the attracfeeble hrow, tive daughter of the late W. II. TatForty-fiv- e head of FOR SALE: um, who was a well known citizen of Wc had never thought of parting. good stock ewes, all bred. Will be As it dawned upon us now. the Silver Creek section of Garrard at shipping pens, Monday, county county, were united in marriage on lt-pcourt day, Tuesday by the Rev. II. G. Turner, Oh! our hearts were full of sorrow As wc thought of days gone before FOR SALE: Large, heating stove, the popular pastor of the Methodist When we played as little children cooking range, practically new and church of this city, at his home on With mother watching at the door. South Fourth street. Miss Tatem is lots of other articles found around a J Single insertions lea word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid w promptly. Tatum Simms. at present the accommodating keeper for the Cumberland bookTele- phone Company at Ilustonvillc. Danville Messenger. Miss Tutum i well known in this city, having tnught school here for several years, and known to be very lovable and accomplished young ludy of high character, and the groom I to be congratulated upon winning her. We wish them much happiness. Dunn Reunion. Quite an enjoyable affair was the Dunn reunion at Ilryiintsvllle at the horns of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dunn at the old Dunn homestead the four Dunn brothers met together the first time in twelve years. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dunn of llryuntsville, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dunn of Lancaster, Mr .und Mrs. Dave Dunn of Perryville, also live nephews, Leonard Dunn of Camp Pike, Arkansas, who had not visited this place for twenty yeurs, Willie Dunn of Crosbyton Texas, Ollic Dunn and wife of Lancaster,- - Her bert Dunn of Perryville and two nciccs, .Mrs. G. T. Coovert of Cleve land und Miss Juanita Dunn of Lan caster and Miss Wadie Lee Parks of Danville completed the guests. All of the family were present except the one and only sister. All the old haunt were visited, pictures made, and cliffs rambled over and two bountiful dinners given by Mrs. Theodore Dunn nnd Mrs. Chirhc Dunn, Saturday and Sunday. All parted with ninny regrets. home. by your bedside, lt-pMrs. B. F. Walter. our boyhood home. We are hills and valleys. WANTED BOARDERSi we used to roam. prepared to take care of 5 or G more Rooms and bath furnishboarders. And wo turned and looked upon you ed. L. E. Herron. As you lay so cold und still. And our hearts were almost breaking FOR SALE: A new Remington As we murmered, "Tis Thy will", Typewriter. Used only a few weeks Father we pray that thou will heal us and in perfect condition. Apply at Give us courage this shock to bear this office. The price will please you. tf. And lead us to that celestial city From the window We could see We could see Ihe Where as boys Where there'll be no parting there, And wc pray thy blessings, Father, Upon his babes and faithful wife, Lead them, guard them always, Notice. The firm of Davidson anil Yater to having disolvcd, those indebted said firmare requested to settle their accounts at once. 23-2- t. Davidson and Vuter. Father, Through this to a better life. - I Hosiery, Winter Caps, High Top Shoes. Cheaper than any place in town. 1 Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. s"IW'SswPWtJBBPPBSssBt STRAY HORSE was found in my We have parted with this loved one pasture on Sept. ISth and have not As wc can't on earth remain, been able to find owner. The owner And tis for us heartaches, sorrow can have same by describing him ami While for him eternal gain. paying for keep and this advertiseW. T. Moberley, ment. Father, help us daily help us. On Wolf Trail. Guide our footsteps as wc come. And we'll meet him, Oh! we'll meet my premises From STRAYED him. near Brynntsville, Friday night, Oct. In that Great Ktcrnnl Home. 17th, large black marc mule, with mealy nose, about seven years old. Truy make us strong. Dear Heuvenly Reward for information leading to rather, Call 32, llryuntsville. recovery. And daily teach thy promise fuir, lt-pB. A. Dawes. Thut when wc meet In yon Great 3 PRIVATELY: City, SALE FOR room house, burn and outbuildings The family circle will be unbrok en there. and 7 acres of land on Boones Creek mile from Lexing J. T. II. County roud, ton a ks. Cheuti at 1200,00. Also rlat-Sna- p Will You Spend 50c. On to n grtd 1917 Model Ford Touring car at $37!). 00. Also 20 good mountain Sv. $100,007 three 'wes, and a pair of coming One- COc. pkg. can kill no rats G. C. Walker. There will be u pie supper at Syca The average rut will rob you ol $10 year old mules. t. more school House, next .Saturday n year in feed, chicks and property night. Oct. 25th, for the benefit of destruction. KAT-SNA- P is deedly the Orphans Home Club. Every to ruts. Cremates after killing. body welcome. Leaves no smell. Comes in cakes. Tax payers of the city of Lancas Rats will pass up meat, grain, cheese ter are hereby warned that a penalty RAT-SNAto feast on Three sizes of six per cent will go on all taxes The following invitations have There will be u pie supper at 25c, SOc, 11.00. Sold and guaranteed not paid by November 1st. This been received by Lancaster friends Hulett (Stringtown) School, Satur by McRoberts Drug Store and Has notice is to warn you in time, so and relatives: day night, November 1st, for the clden .Bros. Oct. adv. that by paying now- - you will avoid "Mrs. Loulu C. Johnson benefit of Orphans Home Club, be invites you to be present this penalty, which will purely go on ginning; nt 8 o'clock. Everybody in t the marriage of her daughter at that time. vited. 10-2- t. Florence Kliiabeth L. E. Herron, City Mnrshal. There will be a Pie Supper at the to Brights Bend School house on Sat Mr. Bradley Woolfolk Bourne urday evening, November 1st, the on the evening of Saturday proceeds to go to the Orphans Home When in Danville visit our sani the first of November Having decided to F und, to move tary market. We handle the very one thousand nine nnd hundred Woodford county next year, I wish best oysters from Chespeake Bay, nineteen, to tell privately my present residence ulso a big variety of fresh. and salt at eight o'clock on Richmond street. It is a ten room There will be a Pie supper given at water fish, direct from the net to us. Christian Church bungalow, practically new, with every the Pleasant Hill School House, Sat We dress your fish, ready for the pan Lancaster, Kentucky, modern convenience. urday Oct, 2Sth at 7 o'clock, P. M. free of charge. !! you joinad th Kentucky Everybody is welcome to come und Possession January 1st Danville Fish and Oyster Market. 23-2- t. Mrs, Loula Johnson. bring a pie. Orphans Horn (10.00 Club? Pie Supper. City Taxes Now Due. Pie Supper. Pie Supper. Beautiful Home For Sale. Fish And Oysters. Pie Supper. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Oct 23, 1919 170 Acres SUBDIVIDED Uiesday October 29 On the premises of W. Harrison Kinnard, from Cartersville, 1 Highly Productive Land At Auction Tuesday. Oct. 28th 2 O'CLOCK SHARP. 1 1-- 2 miles mile from Woodsview School House, 7 miles from Paint Lick and about 8 miles from Berea, we will offer you at the highest and best bid about 200 acres of good fertile nearly level GARRARD COUNTY LAND. This land will be subdivided into small tracts running 40 acres to 75 acres. Improvements consist of 2 four room dwellings, 1 3 room dwelling, 1 new 6 acre tobacco barn, one 3 acre tobacco barn,- two good stock barns and other small buildings. Land is well watered by never failing springs. Corn crop on this land this dry year will yield 10 to 12 barrels per acre, tobacco from this farm last year sold as high as 80 cents per pound, over 100 acres of this land now shows fine clover, timothy and blue grass fields and remainder is in - The property of Allen Edelen on Stone' Mill Road 1 milei Burgin, on Q. and C. Railroad, Mercer County, between Cave Run and Denny's Creek. A SPLENDID arm, all upland, susceptible of eaiy cultivation, and "now in high state of cultivation, ready to produce large yields of corn, hurley 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 with metal roof, 2 stock barns. Fencing new, farm divided into convenient fields. Plenty of shade, everlasting stock water and blue grass, an ideal dairy farm or for any purpose. Liberal terms long time payments. Get busy, look over this farm and be at the sale. The farm will besubdividcd into two, perhaps three tracts and sold to suit purchasers. We frequently put tracts together and sell in certain way on request of' some one who wants it that way. We have fixed the time 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 the same time Mr. Edelen will sell some fine Duroc hogs, jersey cattle and farming implements. For further particulars arid to show you the farm see Mr. Edelen at Bur 1- Bin, or Swmebroad The Real Estate Man of Lancaster, Kentucky. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. young grass' and cultivation. v To the man who wants a home and only has a small amount of money to invest, this will offer an excellent chance, for this land has not been sold for a number of years and will Idemocratic I not bring its worth at first sale. At same time and place we will offer personal property belonging to Mr. Kinnard consisting of 65 head of hogs, 2 'good work mares, 6 years old; 2 dandy young work mares coming 3 year olds, three good milk cows and 5 good calves; farming implements, including one new tobacco setter, a good wagon, nearly new rubber tired buggy; 150 barrels of good corn, about 300 bushels of good Harvest King seed wheat, 200 bales of good clover and timothy hay, 250 bales of straw and many other useful farm articles and feeds nbt mentioned. A good hot dinner will be served and all who come will be made to enjoy the day and we want you to be there promptly at 10 A. M. Don't forget the day or the place. Come a day or so before the sale and have Mr. Kinnard show you this good land or call and see Speaking COURT HOUSE I LANCASTER Thursday Evening, Oct. 30th AT 7:30 O'CLOCK. The Honorable Rufas Hardie of Texas, will address the citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County on the above date and hour. R. G. Woods. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer. Congressman Hardie is one of the best orators and statesmen in America today. Come out and hear him and bring the ladies. EVERYBODY WELCOME. The Central Record, ILancastei. FARM FOR SALE. 482 acre form known a telcbrated "White Ttlvpr" Knrni, nt $50.00 rer ncrc. IfiO acres bottom land. 1 AO ner. I.w.i. in; BO acres In timber, nix room dwelling, two tenant houes, three good lmrii, n,K '"""J- ""'"ik iruu trees, line wnter, lorntc.l nnly :i mile from In.l., n town of 12,000. Farm it on good pike and is Bedford. in high state oi cumvnuiiu, producing nuniui, line corn ami etc. Purchaser could easily ilnlile it into two or four farnn. Firtt- llm.. n ..... v,,, r....i , Mlr, I ol.l nml can no longer look after it. A big bargain. Owner For full particulars, iiuureas, MAY REALTY COMPANY, SOMKUSKT, KKNTUCKV FOR SALE PRIVATELY ' As Administrators of J, M. Broaddus, de 1-- ceased, we will oiler for sale, privately, 45 2 acres of land, on Richmond pike, 2 1-- 2 miles from Lancaster. This is all good land and every acre can be cultivated. Has ever lasting wa'ter, good $1,000 tobacco barn, good fencing, etc. Thompson Broaddus, Clay Broaddus, Admrs. WhenaFarmei Quits Work Where ilocs he ro? What does he do? How docs he live? says Well, the retired fanners have their own little Paradise GENTLEMAN and there they spend their days basking in the sunshine, watering the lawn, dodging the highbinders, eating at the cafeterias, boosting the climate. Farmers, stockmen, dairymenthousands of them pack the old bankroll into the old jitney each year and hike for Paradise. real-estate 'TRe COUNTRY Freeman Tililru hat lately been thete for TlIK COUNTKV and, with hit humntmtt ipectoulrs on, l.e hat watrhrtt the farmcrt at work tiiut play. He hat writ, trn teveral art iclet which will lie run at a tenet. At the tame time there will ttart another fiffat new tenet, "Doing Hit licit with What lle't Got" real ttoriet of farmert who are succcts. ful in a nnall way anil happy in a fcrcut wy. Tlie lint ortirle of each of thete terirt will ap. (tear in the tiie of TUB COUNTKV GKNTLE-MA- that will come to next k, if you tend mc, with your lumc arid aoMrrtt, one dollar you tcriptlon for a whole yrar't tub. 51 trig, vi- tally helpful itiurs tend it TODAY. ami COSTS $1.00 - OFTEN SAVES $100.00 PAUL MORROW, LANCASTER, KY. U IWCbutryCtWlrBui ...-- ! .iVUWHomJaartsl Ul.-llf- S TrS.frd.,KTOngftt 12 M M Business Removal 0 life S. M. Denny who recently returnMisses Cynthia Pruitt, Marie mid lleulah Ledford spent the week end ed from ii year or more absence in Mr. Louis's new house is ncaring in Kingston guests of Mrs. Moody. the South, was with Paint Lick relomplction. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn enter- atives nnd friends last week. Mil's Ellen 1'rultt wan in Richmond G, M. Treadway vMr. Kdd Williams has his grist tained Mr. and-Mrhopping Saturday. and brother Todd ut dinner Sunday. mill up and ready for work. He al.Mr. Jim Rucker spent lust week Mr. Dewey Metcalf and Miss Ger- so has moved his tools to the shop he ith tlitf home folks. trude Wilkinson of Stanford were recently purchased of Mr. Atbill. Mr. anil Mrs. C. W. Grave were with Mrs. U, M. Burgess Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess enterSunday in Lexington last week. evening. tained at dinner Sunday the followspent the Miiis Willie Williams ing Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Shepherd and .Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Shepherd, Mrs. eek nl in Lancaster. son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Centers. U. B. Burgess and Miss Iva Miss Cynthia Pruitt spent Friday Mr. and Mrs. Long are expecting were in Danville shopping iht with the Misses Lcdford. . Saturday. her brother, Mr. Sam Detherage of Dr. U. J. Patrick was In Louisville Hichmond Friday who will help The High School will give u play near night by this week attending the Grand lodge. and Pie Supper Friday night, the entertain at the play Friday Mr. and Mrs. G, M. Trcadway en proceeds to go for the chemical de- singing. tertained Bro. Todd Sunday night. partment. Miss Inez Ray and John Kdd Lay-to- n Charlie, Graves who Is at Danville of Lancaster are expected Friday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn and Hospital is expected home Tuesday children and Miss Sallic Mae Graves to be guests of Miss Willie Williams 1st. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and attend the play at the High Mrs. II. J. Patrick and sister Mrs. liclmcn Brown. School building. It. W. Kstridge were in Richmond Rev. A. J. Todd who was sent on On November 1st, there will lie a Monday. this circuit instead of Bro. Gddbcy speaker to address the voter of this Mrs. George Brown of Lancaster preached at Wnlnuttu Sunday morn- precinct. We were expecting L. L. spent the week end with her daugh- ing and evening. Piakett of Wilmore on this date but v Mrs. 1). A. Ilervey. ter, , Mr. and Mr. James Layton 'and he thinks he may not be able to get Mr, and Mrs. O. C. Rucker and Mr, and Mr. George Conn were in here and has promised he will try innl little ron, Andrew .pent Saturday Bryantiville Sunday guest of Mr. send us another In case he does not Ight with the home fciks. get to come. and Mrs. Taylor Noe. l'AINTJJCK KILLS RATS. RAT-SNAand mlceZ-tha- t's the old reliable rodent destroyer. Comes in cakes no mixing with other food. Your money back if it fails. 25c. tiia (1 caka) enough lor Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. 50c. tit (2 cak.t) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 tisa (S cak.t) enough for all farm nnd storage buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by Mcltob- erts Drug Store and Haselden Bros, adv. 10.9.41. After NOVEMBER 1st we will belocated in our new place of business, on Stanford street, near the shipping pens. Your patronage solicited. QuKK-atui- Fm RlwuMlkM. laaj r Kara MnrlM, N aw aw saaiaw. iusr I. M Bath. w jsj iarrard & Lincoln Produce Co DsU'CClST. IT MAKsTB. tmJKHN IUMEPV AT um amt'rm4 f mU CO.. UtlMst. Kfc LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. HASELDEN BROS. tw 14 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 23 1919. Swinebroad's Sale Dates. A ;jQfe HOME - - AT - TN LANCASTER LAND OF NOW'" FRIDAY OCT. 24th. 10d acres for J. U Butter, Lincoln County, C mile from Danville. SATURDAY OCT. 28th. Two Dwellings nnd 4 acres of land each, Building lota unci "cow pas. tures" for Smith and Currey just outside City Limit of Ijinraster. TUESDAY, OCT. 28th. 170 acres for Allen Edelen, '.' miles Burgin, Mercer county. WE DNESDAY, OCT. 29lh. 203 acre. "BONNIE CASTLE", 6 miles Stanford, Lincoln county. SATURDAY. NOV. 1st. Brick Hesldence and building Iota for It. V. Bastin, at Lancaster, FRIDAY, NOV. 7th. H4 acres for J. A. Conn, Burgin and Shakertown pike. Mercer county also 125 acres ,for A. W. Curd, 2 miles Burgin In Mercer county. SATURDAY, NOV. 8th. Three farms, 102 arres and UG acres for T. W. Jones and 142 acres for A. Gillispie, Danville and Shaker- town pike. Mercer county. POOR RIDGE, KY. What your Membership "The Spirit of Service Expressed that is in Action" l&b American Red Cross from year to year. The Task at Hand is Two Fold: Homes made wretched by war, still need. help. Communities at home need Red Cross service. In spite of the national relaxation of war-tim- e enthusiasm, the Red Cross must no on. Now is . the sen-icetime to found the Red Cross for peace-tim- e IS THE CORNERSTONE MEMBERSHIP All, The Red Croti Belongs In Letter and In Spirit. The war developed u broad humanitarian spirit in America. It is believed Hint of nil siiiKle agencies, the Red Cross is best fitted to perpetuate this spirit Jtin In The Third Roll Call Ntv 2-ll- th At Auction BEuEHESSSsHHslEwtSnsH Saturday , Nov. 1st, At 2:30 o'.clock. The property of H. V. Bastin known as the Pattie Homestead. A fine Brick residence, built for a home and is an ideal home. 10 rooms, large halls and porches, 3 room basement, Gill Ma res ret Younir Mi of Rich. mom! Is visiting relatives here. Miss Sinnie Cummins was the at tractive guests of Miss Christine Preston Tuesday night. Mr and Mrs I. B. Duncan and chil dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Everette Duncan and children. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kay and l.ourl Brown of Buckeye snent Sunday with her parents, Mr; nnd Mrs. Lewis Simpson and family. Misses Christine Preston nnd Sin nie Cummins spent Thursday nisrht with Miss Margaret Young who Is visiting her nunt, Mrs. Will Whit- aker. There will be a pie supper at Scotts Fork School house Kridav night. Oct. 21th, for the benefit of the Orphans Home Club, beginning at 8:30. Every body cordially in vited. Mr. and Mrs. James Clouse and son, James Henry, Misses Margaret Young, Laverne Whitakrr and Linda and Burnett Preston snent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. II. If. Preston and family. Misses Jessie B. Ray and Sinnie Cummins and Mr. Orear Whlttaker spont Saturday right and Sunday Ir Madison with hW'shtcr, Mr. and Mrs. jects; Sixth Grade The Life History of' Elbert Chandler the Common House Ely. First rulie, $23, Second priie, JI7.no. Third prite, 17,60, furin Spectacles nnd Ecgluse Is Public the Seventh Grade nished by J. J. BYKKE, at Kengarlan Health Nurse a Necessity or as LuxHotel, Ijimaster, OCT 27th. ury? ,,. First pruc, 125. Second priie, J17.no, Third prite, $7.50. Eighth Grnde If You Have How May You He Cured' To .$500.00 How May You Prevent Others From Taking It? First Priie, $50. Second priie. Kentucky Tuberculosis Asmc The Sr.. Third priie, SIS. elation desires that every child shall Ninth anil Tenth Grades What think more about health and shall Health Does the Modern Crusade know-- how to be healthy. .It asks Mean? that every child shall study about First priie, 150. Second priie, health anil then write a composition $35 Third priie. J 15 about it. The primary purpose beEleventh and Twelfth Grades-W- hy ing is to enable the child to formuShould I Buy Bed Crus Christlate a few- - simple ' health laws, Meals? which he may consciously use him- mas First priie, 1100. Second priie, self, and also pass them on to others. $70, Third prize, $30. WHO ARE ELIGIBLE: Contest closes November 21, 1919. Pupils in all public, private and For further information write parochial schools in the State whose Yancey, Educational place them Miss Jessie O. academic qualifications Secretary, Kentucky Tuberculosis in the Sixth Grade or above. Association, 509 Republic Building, Prizes will be awarded for the best Louisville, Kentucky. essay written on the following, sub All the Styles SCHOOL CHILDREN For Earn Prize Essey. Furnace Waterworks Electric Lights, Beautiful front yard spring. Stock x to street, large shade trees, cistern, well and street. barn and Garage. Just at edge of City Limits on Lexington ', About 6 acres of land, about four acres with the residence on a lot with frontage of 230 feet, also a beautiful building lot. 60 feet front and 700 feet deep. The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse ' Com- t A This is one of the most desir-- , pany having sold the Warehouse occupied by us for the past twelve years, we wish to inform the TOBACCO GROWERS able homes in or near Lancaster or anywhere else. body likes this property and yo u Mr. pleased. "Home-seeker- " Every- will be It will appeal to you. acre . OF GARRARD Remember "Swinebroad Always Sells" and just as advertised. Also yill sell several one-ha- lf COUNTY WE WILL BUY TOBACCO AGAIN BUILDING LOTS, A PART OF THE GILL PROPERTY . , HERE THIS SEASON. Our.new location will V . -- r Be sure to attend this sata Opportunity be announced later in the Central Record. is knocking at is- - your door. For further particulars and to show you the property, see H. V. BASTIN, or , Swinebroad The Real Esiate Man W. E. MOSS, AdvertiI of Lancaster, Kentucky. Manager. G. A. Speith 8c Co, W. A. SPEITH,fManager.