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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 30, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919103001_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 30, 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. if 1 ifc ifMiTlWlMTIW THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KYiTHURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 30. 1919. E. DUNN WILL BUMPER CROWD SECTION 1 NUMBIR 31 MS HOME FUND . Politics tAnd Business For Local Red Cross AVER THF TAP Probated LastIonday. Here Lost Monday. 4 Chapter. Lancaster Market UVUU V IUH A UU VS Entire EiUts Goes To Watklns Chil Decidedly the largest crowd seen Should Be The Best dren. All Plans Arranged And Oresnlia. Good, Grrrd County Squire J. I'. Bourne, here at any previous Court Day was tlon Formed For Garrard Coun on hand last Monday, The town was Chnrfcs Hacrlcln, In The State. The last will and testament of Mr. literally alive with mules and men. Te6plfc Show The Joe Jlurntide; ty's Work. Kmsmus Dunn wai probated in the The public square would not begin ' Way. T. Yates Hudnon, About Completed. Warehouse County Court last Monday morning. to hold the automobiles and they were L. U Walker, 4r THIRD ROLL CALL TOBACCO TO BE HIGH. flffiS H. C. Hamilton , Juines II. Hamilton, Walter Knst, J. Miley Anion, , John Hicks, selves. J. II. House, has been Riven to O.tw f 1500.00 Wnltcr Kolley , Home Orphan the .Kentucky Mrs. Knimu Hliri(lnbothani, generous people of the by the W. O. nicncy, The exact amount will be County. Mrs. Naomi llamitton ' l...!.!!.!.-- .! 1 Pantral. l'fnr,t -fruviisiivu i" ' Shirley Hudson, are Thursday, a all the contributions J. J, Walker Sr. hot yet In, G. A. Monrarr, El. W. IVrkins, from the tiniest . Meal res to thank all Mn.Muttle Duncnn, tot who put his penny in the box with Sam Cotton, i a Wile, to those 'who were able to W, T. Doolin, five their dollars and DID. . -- ' Poole IVrkini, r . I. I i Will II. Hopper, with- ynrth while for a pifbtlc cause Consolidated Vista The Uurna ftff th nrnhlf as , School is to be commended for tr.e .ut'tti - Mi.nMnillnn ,, v- -. ' II t4 Ul. l oamnaLn .,. Mi.in.ni. In. fine work done for the orphans. M VI1VWII 111 ,' what could be. more worthy than this Their contributions amounted to Orphans Home or any Orphans Home. JS1 I'rofcsjor J. K. Abner Is the ' . .Those who saw the beautiful picprincipal of this School assisted by shew Uil week entitle.! "Daddy ' ture Leg" were given an Idea of Miss llessie HuKhes, Mrs. J. It. Abner Look Miss Nannie Sloan and Miss Kate what may be done with an orphan HoltzclSV. -i. i. ,1 v Ma-io- n anna IS given cimuvc. li.. uic School No. '21, Miss Dora ' fried to and so many big hearted cit- - Scott, came alone with $.',C.OO which liens in uw county wnu are wining is remarkable as the district is a to nttp in a roou cause. srr.all one. CLUB MEMBERS. Msnso School, MUs Emma Entridgc A. R. Denny, teacher, contributed I2S.00 from a E. C. Gaines. mall district. All these save more John M. Farra, than they were asked as did; J; Fleece Robinson,- Antloch School Miss Orn Prathcr, f W. A. ,Tice, 3S.3S, W, R. Cook, Sunnyside School, Miss Ruth Mont0. A. Bowling, Komery, $13.00. AahVy Arnold, V, Hickman School, Miss Ellen T. J. Prle... Estes, $22.15. B. F. Haason, ' Scotts Fork School. Miss Sinn! R. E. Moactav Cummins, $34.00, George iaoiaasVere, Bradshhw Schcol. Miss Mary liar Mrs. W. din, $3.20. Nina School, Mim Anne Scrivncr, 7 SSLu Bk.tk $20.00. atfejtli, i ,j. '. A. Beechwood School, Miss Eva Mcr Tk children of the public schools of Garrard County have been grant-- " d their with to help build n Home for, tnoai lew foitHt than them- . Ht ' ...I t..Ums sW.v . rymar.,-$M.0O.- - 4, W. W. &. A. F. 1 t. JKmttii'-M- W Davie, ' S aaaari, ' ; 1 31 HaaeUeii,. S. O; B. SosmVm, I ;. a.' T. Bated, Sc. .. Mr. aad Kn. fC,'Jt., Powell, Be. ,VVf Br. Wu KMWOS Dr. M. aalilaf MsMassass'' W. A. Jse W. a aera, HI C. SnttOB, ateUh Shearer t J. L, HaaaiRon, lasr. J, B. Ktenalrd, W. B. Burton, . W. E. Most, ; r li i Seerve D. Robnaon, v Br. Virgil Kinnalrd, Thomas, J. T. Ran'ey, W. By Moss, J. E Robinson, Adolph Joseph, , W. 3 Romans,1. H. V, Bastin, Wi F. Champ, . W. A. Farnau, Joe 8. Haselden, F. B. Marksbury, O, B. Swtnebroad, Henry Moore, R. Zimrher, Dave Hervey, 8. O. Vauiii,: Dr. J. A. Amon, J. W; Sweeney,'. - Dava . Lawson School, Miss Ocie Dudder- . ar, $15.00. Ueech Grove School, Miss Mabel Prewitt, $2.15. Gunns Chapel School, Miss Myrtle Teater, $20.00 Baker School, Miss i'arrie Clsrk, $5.00 Paint Lick High School, Chester A. Long $10.00. Woodsview School, Miss Sue IHk ttins, $7.5. Pleasant Hill School, Miss Myrtle Doolin, teacher, $41.44. Herring School District, Miss Min nie Johnson, teacher, $15.00. Bryantsville School, Rev. A. Con- ant, teacher, $15.00. Union School, Mrs. Mamie Mc querry Tudor, teacher, $15.00. Lancaster Graded School, $U3.00. Other schools of the county have not; as yet reported their contribu tions which will be jriven later. The members of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church wanted to help the orphans home and they did. The subscription wa $50.00. Mr. Woods Walker, Mr. J. B. Woods, Mr. Kice Woods, Airs. J, ti, liurnsmc anil others ull Kave liberally In this col lection. The Instrument Is dated January fith, 1900 and was witnessed by R. E. Mclloberts and II. Clay Hamilton of this city. In the first paragraph he directs that all his just debts and funeral expenses be paid. He then bequeaths to his wife, Mary' E. Dunn, all his household and kitchen furniture and such farming Implements as the desires, ull the poultry, two cows and calves, of her own selection, 10 head of hogs and suiTicirnt proendcr to support same for at least one year, and in addition leaves her during Her natural life, 200 acres of land Including residence and all outbuildings, to be cut on of the East side of the farm and known ns the llettis tract. After her death he bequeaths said 200 acres to "Anne K. Watkins and her children, now In existence or that may hereafter be born to her." In the third paragraph he directs his executor to put up a monument on the lot where his father, "mother, brothers and sisters'are hurieil in the IjincuKter cemetery, to cost not less on said than $1,500 and inscribe monument "that same was erected by E. Dunn, Jr." He also directs that h)s executor have n, monument erected to cost from $2,000 to $2,500 put up on dc- ceased lot in the Ijincuster ceme tery where his wife and two children arc burled. The will states if there is not suf ficient personal property to pay alt debit and funeral expenses and erect the monuments, the executor is di rected to sell sufficient amount of real estate to pay samV, suggesting that forty acres or more be cut off from the Rettis tract for this pur pose. In paragraph five all the residue of his estate both real and personal, he gives and bequeaths to Anne E. Watkins and her children, those now living or that may be hereafter born to her. In' the sixth and last paragraph he appoints It, II. Tomlinson his execu tor to execute and fully carry out the provisions of the will. The estate of Mr. Dunn is considered by some to be worth nearly $150,000, consisting of about C50 acres of land lying immediately on each side of the Danville and Lan caster pike and about two miles from parked" out every street to the in sued Its Third Roll Call for Novem tersection of the first crossing. The ber 2 to 11th and Dr. V. G. Kinnalrd change in the hour, brought many to has offered his services as chairman town by eight o'clock. of the Roll Call for Garrard county Good mules were in great demand and the complete list of his organiza but not many on the market and only tion appears below. If it were posa few of this class sold. There was sible for Dr. Kinnalrd to enlist the no demand for the inferior kind. services of the members of the Hundreds of mute colts were here and only a few of these sold as the demand was light. Politics was the talk of the day and many came to heor Governor Black who was billed to speak, but was detained at Frankfort on account of important business that he , couldn't leave. He was well represented however by Hon. James Gnrnett, of Louis ville, who spoke for nearly two hours to an audience that filled the court house to overflowing. His speech was loudly applauded many times and pronounced by many as the best they had heard here in any months. He was introduced by Mr. J. E. Robinson. The Lancaster Cornet Band furnished some delightful music and greatly added to the enthusiastic occasion. The American Red Cros has Is Every indication points to one of the finest tobacco crops ever raised in Garrard county and from the en- couragement received by the direc of the Garrard tors and stock-holde- ' W. H. HIGGINS Prominent Merchant of Stanford, Dies Suddenly. The "people of Stanford and com munity were thoroughly' shocked when it became known early yester day morning, that Mr. W. II. Higgins one of the most prominent, prosper Lancaster. Mrs. Anne E. Watkins was the wife of William Watkins and died abaut seven years ago leaving five children, namely; Guy, Irvin, James I.. William D. and Adolph. These boys leing the sole beneficiaries df the estate. Their mother was a' great neice of the deceased and lived with him during her young girlhood, CORN AND TOBACCO FAIR. men of ous and popular business Stanford had died suddenly about six o'clock that morning. He hnd gotten up as usual we ne told, made the fires and had gone to the barn to feed his horse and it was not until his lifeless body was found by a colored boy was the fact known that he had suddenly passed away. He was in Lancaster Tuesday 'af ternoon and was mingling with his friends here and apparently in the best of spirits, and seemed pleased the store he that he had Lancaster, hud recently sold to Mr Frailer Hurt. Misses Joan Mount, Alberta A,n- He is survived by his wife and four derson, Martha Gill, Helen Gill, Mary children. Funeral services will be Doty and Mattie Lutz. conducted Friday and burial will Mesdames Ed C. Gaines, J. S. Gil take place in the Buffalo cemetery at bert, Ross Bastin, Carlton Elkin.'S Stanford. A. Walker, Joe J. Walker, Jr. W. B. Burton, Sallie Ross Law son, R. T. Peddicord, V. G. Kinnalrd, and Mrs. Brayfield. Bryantsville. Mrs. Hogan Ballard Mrs. B. C, Rose, Miss ZiUa Dawes, Mrs. Ed Per Be kins, Mrs. J. C. Williams, Miss Eliza To-nighIson. t. Point Lick. Mrs. It is a rare priviliege of Kentucky Walker. Rice Woods, Mrs. Robert to have a "Flying Squadron" come Union. through our state in the interest of Squire Parsons, and Mr. Lee Gas- the prohibition campaign. American Legion" the success this call Is assured from the start. Is for The campaign this time membership only, no donations will be asked and fifty per cent of the' money raised in the membership Roll Call goes to the Americnn Red Cross and fifty per cent goes to the local Red Cross Chapter. Red Cross Peace Work. While the war work for the Red Cross is not finished and will be car ricd on, the Third Roll call will de vote its strength mostly to peace work. And let no one think that because peace has come there is noth ing vital to do. The greatest probtoday is Its lem facing America the vitality of its people. health This was brought out In a startling way when our young men and young women were examined for army service. So many could not serve beunfit. physically cause they were This better health problem will have to be solved by the nation before the social and economic problems can be solved. part of the diseases of the . A large world are preventable diseases. The Red Cross of the leading nations Is the agency through which the task of disease preventable overcoming should be carried on. In America the health situation is a grave one. Disease is undermining the vitality of the people. It is the great mission of our Red Cross to war on disease, It is the problem to which the Amer. ican Red Cross proposes to devote it- sett In the future. Following are the names of those who have agreed to assist in this great work and upon whom the Gar rard County Chapter depends to car ry the THIRD ROLL CALL "Over , the top". Dr. Virgil Kinnalrd, Chairman; Miss Margaret Frost, Secretary; Joe J. Walker, Jr., Treasurer. Tobacco Warehouse from the grow-er- s of this and adjoining counties, there seems no reason why the local of market here should not be the banner ' market of the state. Garrard county has long been known as the best tobacco county in the state, the weed from this county always bringing the top prices on every market on which it has been sold, and with the present fine crop raised this year and being sold over the local brakes, it is not unreason able to suppose that our .market should not top any in the state. Last year the farmers of this coun ty lost something like $100,000 by selling to "plnhookers," taking their tobacco to the markets of Lexington, Danville and Richmond and seeing their crop sold for double what they were paid and in some instances trebled. The farmers and tenants are getting wise now and they don't, "napping" propose to be caught again. In ten days the Garrard Tobacco and Warehouse will be completed when done will be the best one In the state. It is Just about the size of the "Public Square" in Lancaster and 125 wagons can easily be accommodated within Its doors. Every pound sold can be prized in the huge building and loaded Into the cars on the switch owned by the company, and which accommodates nineteen cars. Plenty Of Buyers. John Mi Messrs L. G. Davidson, Farra and R. L. Burton have Just rer turned from North Carolina and Virginia and report tobacco on ihei prices, markets bringing fabulous bringing home .samples that brought more than one dollar a pound. These gentlemen while there succeeded in contracting with several buyers, among them, J. P. Taylor, and Company, P. L'orillard and Company, R. J. Reynolds Company, American Liggett and Company, Tobacco Buckley Myers Tobacco Company, and Saunders, W. R. Hampton Company and G. O. Tuck Tobacco Coj Some competitive propaganda has been going over the country, to the effect that the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Company would not be This able to secure the buyers. should knock that into a "cocked hat", for all of the above will be here and many more, aa soon as the proper prizing rooms can be arranged for them. The gentlemen who visited North Carolina, informs us that in conver- sation with Mr. William Reynolds of, the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company he told them that Garrard County tobacco was used exclusively in their "Prince Albert" smoking tobacco and that it would give him great pleasure in sending one of his best buyers to this market Now that's the word with the "bark" on it and goes to show that Garrard county tobacco is known all over the country. Can you doubt for a minute that the buyers will not be on the floors of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse! "flyIng To SQUADRON" In Lancaster Error In Premium List. , Foot Ball Friday. Is The fast Little Brittian team scheduled to play the I.. II. S. Foot at Ball team here Friday evening 3:30 P. M. The Danville Lads went "Over the Top" of the local boys on thejr field and Cnut. Elliott is hoping to be able to play his regular team against them next Friday afternoon, it so, there will le another title to tell. It will be worth 25 cents to see the perform anco of Walker Robinson, Todd El liott Elisha Currier and Clyde Holu Bros at claw, while the . Cochran Ends will play their part and llrutton at Center, one liratton and Rice nt Guard, and cither Aldridge, Sanders, Aker. Swop or Perkins at Tackles, the line will be as strong as tiki Yan kee line while in the Argonne. Come out and root for the local boys. j : .Green Cay Waiter.- - , J. E, Dickerson?r K. L. Burton, I Henry Moore, Jr. . Edith Moore, , It. L. Elkln, , W. F. Miller, I O.. Davldonv! rj j ' Bryantsville, C. William, Dick Burton James F. Burrows,' Paint Lick. H-- J. We wish to correct an error in the premium list of the Corn and Tobacco Fair, which says that "all exhibits except first prize exhibits of corn and tobacco become the property of the It should read Fair Association." thut "only the exhibits of the first prize winners become the property This is of the Fair Association." only on the Corn and Tobacco exhibWANTED its and nil other'exhlblts are returned 1000 pound to owners. tf. Enormous preparations nre being made for the best fair of this character ever held in Central Kentucky. Contracts were closed last week for the interior decorations of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse, where the fair will bo held, these decorations alone, costing the nisoclation $1,300. Write R. T. Peddlcord or Robert Kinnalrd for premium list and catalogue which will be out in a few days. The speaker will be Dr. Lynn Wil liams, known as the "Fighting Par son" and the singer, Mr. Waring, both of Chicago. They are a very attractive combination and will reach Lancaster this afternoon about six o'clock. They will address the people at the court house Immediately after the speaking of Hon. Rufas Hardy, who has been billed td speak at this hour for several weeks. : tineau. Walker School House. Mr. Brewer Layton, Miss Eliza' be th GlbbsMr W. E. Whittaker, Mr. Ebb Whitted. Buckeye. Mr. Roy Sanders, Mr. Oscar Ruy, Buena Vista. Mrs. Wesley Lane, .Miss Margaret Askins. Attention. Sailors Marines, All discharged and Soldiers, white, who have received an honorable discharge are requested to meet with us on Friday night for matters of Importance are to com before you. The following named men are especially asked to bm present. Dr. J. M. Acton. Messrs C. B. Acton, Ales and Chat. B. Doty, Elmer Millar, Homer Murphy Robert and John Gill Kinnalrd, A. D. Joseph, Storey Her. ron; T. J. Price, Jr., B. C. Ford. Charles Thompson, Willi Mac Elliott, Cecil Brown, Billy F. Miller and Benjamin Wood. ..This meeting will be held fn the City Police Room Friday Night, Oct. 31st, 1919, at 7i30 SHARP. "COME". Virgil Kinnalrd. Post Commander. MASONIC BENEFIT About forty head of feeding cattle. J. E. Robinson. Local Lodge Has Many Nev Members. at the There will be exhibited Romans Op'era House next Wednesday night, a picture that will Interest every Mason In Garrard county, one Just out, giving in reproduction a splendid picture of the Old Masonic Home at Shelbyville and many of its present members. The admission charge will be small and as the proceeds go to this worthy old home we feel that every Mason and many others In the county wilt see it. The local Mason Lodgo was never iif a more prosperous condition than at present, many new members having been'added within the last month. Last Tuesday night they had a class of six for the Entered Apprentice and eleven for the Fellowcraft degree one month hence. Those in the cUss last Tuesday night were; Ben Wools, Shirley Hudson, T. L. Hig-nlt- e, Ed Seale, J. C. Miller and Glass B. Hon. Rufus HARDY CoHgressman from In-cer- Coatriautioas. . A. T. Scott. R. J. Bagle, i Tmvm Uai Salvation Army Grateful. Mrs. J. B. Kinnalrd who acted as treasurer for 'the funds that were raised in Garrard county recently, Is from the Salva In receipt tion nrsaaaanan, in wmcn wey press thsr sincere appreciation for the'spUndld contribution on the part of tba cltliM at Garrard county. The total amount raised in the countf i Auction Sale. of The United Iieulty Company Lexington have 'just completed arrangements to sub-diviand sell at auction the J, R. Payne farm of 127 acres on the Gooch pike one mile from Point Leavell, This rami lias a splendid 6 rpom cottage nni) Is ona of the best watered farms In the caaaty, with 127 acres of good level V4 teat, will rals tobacco, hemp or aayaalag yo Vant to put on It, See al lTadvi-4limaaJi-thU Itaueof tha aJsM Texas Will speak 1m the of Democratic ticket at the a otetter -- Court House Tonight Oct 30,7:30 History. Have you sent to Billy F. Miller that card telling him what part you play in the Great American Worlds Righteous War. If not you had belter do so at once, as these records will, be valuable to you when you reach that rlpa old ago of 60 to 85 years (t) -- W "L. K. Mawia, , ' i .POTM 4 x waa $481.03.- - Carrier. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.,'Thursday Oct 30, 1919 '1 an i r r I ElectGov.BlackTutttay iPMY<isSsW IMIPsBjBr and Nation, a united Democracy asks you to answer these questions by your votes on Tuesday, November 4th. Will a Ringing Message of Cheer go toA that sick chamber in Washington, or will Ken tucky go under the cloud of support of those men who are seeking to discredit America's Greatest Statesman, purely for partisan Reasons? I Kenttickians! The issues are clear! On its record in State Morrow's Todays Are AH Yesterdays Seemingly, he docs not know that it is Gov. Hlaclc who is his opponent in the present race. His entire campaign has been one of "what he would have done." He has said he would have kicked out the School Book Commission, though even he must have known that that would have made him a lawbreaker. The question naturally arises would he, as governor, care for the laws of the state? He has criticized the new tax law, though he knows that he gave it his endorsement and that it bears the name of a fellow Republican. Not he but Gov. Black, instead has made constructive criticism of this law. He has continually talked of "cleaning house at Frankfort" and charged the maintenance of useless officesyet to repeated demands he has not dared name one charge' against any man nor "specifically state one office he considered useless. Will Kentucky go forward to four years of progress under the able leadership of Governor James D. Black, or will it become a pawn in the hands of A. T. Hert, whose sole use for our State is the furtherance of personal ambition? Far Out of Step With Kentucky's Progress Morrow has gone far back to Augustus E. Willson'n administration for comparison of expenditures. By doing this, he has shown a lamentable lack of knowledge of the costs of today and of the yesterday in which he has been living. He has shown, too, a surprising lack of knowledge of the onward sweep of progress that Kentucky has been making. Seemingly he does not know that since Gov. Will-sonterm a Good Roads Department has been established and it has built 1,740 miles of good roads, at a cost to the state of $3,040,911.00. Seemingly he does not know that Kentucky now has 13.000 rural schools while under the Willson administration there were but 8.000. Is it any wonder $2,800,000 more has been spent for educational purposes? 's Ballard Self-Confess- ed Profiteer Black Fights For the League of Nations But Morrow Only Equivocates! against the League of Nations, he has given only evasive answers. He dare not face the issue fairly and squarely. otttce. TlutrMnii llallnrd, the president of Italian! .Mills of 1Mitvlllt, ns tlie mah rhnvn liy A. T. Hrrt fur hit hand pilled Republican ticket nj I lie candidate fur Lieutenant fimernor. A rlne personal mill buI-ne- s friend of Mr. Hert', with ample fundi at lil lljioal for campalcu purpose. It la ray t ihy lie win for as the nominee for tlili Admit Selling His Flour at $1.10 Lett in Ntw Orleans Than In Hit Own State. The Republican nominee is already listening to "His Master's Voice." TotGov.' Black's repeated challenges as to his stand for or Yet is there anyone who doubts thai; the election of Morrow will be hailed by Republicans as a victory in their fight in opposition to the League of Nations. Not Too Late, Judge! Judge Bethurum, it is not too late I You publicly stated that you would withdraw the Republican nominee could it be shown that he had a hand in the tobacco cases of Grant County. At the same time your candidate was admitting that he wrote a letter opposing the pardon of the five farmers s Tills Isytlie man lio In running with Morrow at the head of ticket the man hu, by lili oun artiiil.lili, pleaded guilty to belne a profiteer. Not satisfied with prntttevring. the defence Jie made of Ms notion Is a fnp at the people of Kentucky. The ronton lie Bave Is that he fells Ids flour for rali In New Orleans ns though Keutmklans muld not pay rash! Moutli-Plec- tUe Republican ' Elect Morrow governor and they will come out from under cover and in glaring1 headlines announce that Woodrow Wilson's stand for civilization has been repudiated. By their evasion they stand against it they make it an issue. Kentucky gave nearly three thousand of her sons to make the world safe for democracy. Will their lives have been given in vain? Will Kentucky continue to uphold the handsof Woodrow Wilson, to .whom the peoples of the world are looking for leadership? Your votes Tuesday will decide. convicted. You need not even take his word fir it. Attorney General Palmer will tell you, as he has told all of Kentucky In a published letter, that the files in his office at Washington show that Morrow did oppose the pardon that was rightfully granted these men. Make good your word. Your candidate's guilt is proven. It is up to you. Shall A. T. Hert Rule Kentucky? v Hark to What Chairman Rhea Said of A. T. Hert, the Republican "Boss" of Louisville, in His Speech at the Opening of the Democratic State Campaign at Hopkinsville. DO KENTUCKIAN .1 WANT TO SEE HIM U5E THE GOVERN ORS MANSION AS A STEPPING- STONE TO WASHINGTON? I i "Shall A. T. Hert, lately of Indiana, now of Kentucky, be allowed to name the members of the State Tax Commission? Shall he and his millions dominate the politics of this state for the next four years? This is the moV vital issue facing the people of the State today. "Shall Mr. Hert, with the aid of Thurston Ballard, the profiteer, and the other millionaire candidates on the Republican ticket, be allowed to take over the State government outright? Behind Mr. Morrow's booming voice is the cunning hand of Hert. Morrow is tho mere mouth-piecfor Hert. The voice is that of Jacob, but the hand that of Esau. Shall Hert build a bridge from the Louisville City Hall to the State Capitol? Shall the Louisville Republican machine extend its sway to Frankfort?" e TiTiTTtT YbfeThcDmofraticTickrtandYofk$rdiflhf r J ' Lexington Tuesday. .Mrs. Price Williams of Richmond Miss Martha Darts spent the week is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. ' K.lil Williams. end with the home folks. Mrs. Woods Walker was in Dan-vllMrs. Moberley of Point Leavell Is visiting her grand-daughteMrs. O, Friday and Saturday, Mrs. Robert Wulker was the guest L. Hammack of .Mrs. Rice Woods Friday, Mr. Woods Walker ami Mr. Robert Misses Grace Hall and Nora Conn Walker upended the Fox Hunt at College Hill last week. were in .Richmond Saturday. Mr a.nd .Mrs. O. I Uammack were Mrs. Henry Conn and children, visiting at Point Leavell Sunday Mrs. D. Xt White and children were Mrs. Kate Moberley was the guest in Richmond Saturday. of Mrs Anne Moberley Sunday night. Mrs. George Brown of Luncaster t. slv. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlddell and spent the week end with her daughfamily were visiting in Kingston on ter, Mrs. D. A. Hervey. Sunday. PAINT LICK The engagement of Miss' Mary Miss Lula McWhorter was the LLear to Major Davison of Chicago, Mrs. R. G. Woods was in Lexing- guest of her aunt, Mrs A. B. Estridge has been announced for Nov. J 5th. ton Wednesday. Monday. Mrs. John Maupin of Huston, Miu Sadie Ralston visited the A crowd of young people went on Texas is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. home folks recently. a chestnut hunt at Cartersvllle Sui-da- y B. Estridge and dther relatives here. Jlr. and Mrs. L.' T, Kirk were. in afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Leo MofTett and Miss nnd mice that's RAT-SNAthe old reliable rodent destroyer. Comes in no mixing with other food. rakes Your money back If it fails. 25c. ! (UciU) enough tor Pantry, Kitchen Or Cellar. (2 c.k.t) for Chicken 50c. sis House, coops, or small buildings. ll.OOtslu (5 cakts) enough for all farm and storage buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by McRob- erts Drug Store and Haselden Bros. KILLS RATS. 1). Wynn nnd children, Mr. anil Mrs. ceeds to go to the chemical departWilliam Hendren an d children. ment of the school, which amounted 'One of the largest crowds to at- to about $1110.110. tend u play ut the High School buildMirses Maude, Minnie and Claude ing was there last Friday to see "Mrs . Dally Thouiht. Conn of Lancaster visited Miss Chas-tin- e Briggs it) the Poultry Yard" gien by Helium-- Is us to every door. Ruckcr and attended church at liiona. MacDonald. Mt. Tabor Sunday. "Th.so RU Wouldn't Est My Stit Mrs.( Bettie Lackey who has been Grain," Sayt Frod Lamb. Save 100.00? visiting ner parents, .Mr. and Mrs. It's hard to keep rats out ot a feed One 50c. pkg. can kill B0 ruts. Francis and family returned to her store. Tried for years. A nclgi The average rut will rob von i xu'. home in Texas M6nday. boring store sold me some RAT-SNA- a year In feed, chicks and property Messrs Millard Led ford, L. B. Led- It worked wonders. Gather RAT-SNAIs deadly ford and Bennett Roop were guests ed up dead rata every Morning. destruction. to ruts. Cremates after Vlllln.. of the formers daughter, Mrs. Robert Bought more RAT-SNAHaven't Leaves no smell. Comn In .!,. Ward Sunday, near Lancaster. a rat now. They wouldn't eat liy Rats will puss up meat, grain, cheese The correspondents for Paint Lick best grain when I threw RAT-SNA- P to feast on RAT-SNAThree sizes would very much appreciate news around." Three sizes, 25c, oOc, $1.09. 25c. 60ci tl.00. Sold and ,i. Items which can be left at Paint Lick Sold and guaranteed by McRoberts by McRoberts Drug Store and Has-Wi- ll garage or R. II. Ledfords store. Drug Store and Haieldtn Bros. You 3p.dd 50c On R.t.Sn.p to Mrs. Bennett Roop had as her Oct. adv. elden Bros. Oet. ad. Minnie McBride of Richmond were guests of Mrs Edd Williams Sunday. Mr. A. R. Azbill had the misfortune to lose his cow last Sat unlay, No. -- 7 train killing her almost instantly. guests .Sunday the following, Mrs. the High School pupils. After tho Milard Ledford and children, Mrs. J, play there was n pie supper, the pro- tl. .... ' Theentral RecordJLancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 30, 1919 k k L L m B 1 m M m L H m m 1 H H HH BBA IB 1 k B V HF H H IHH Vl 1 aH 1 L BH 1 H OF FINE LAND AT isiiii jjjiij s iiJiiB mi i iiJiiiiiCi The Charles Dietrich Place, at Buena Vista, in Garrard County, the land that produces the finest tobacco known, subdivided in tracts 50 acres and up, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10:30 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE! , 7 ' i' Here is a proposition that will appea'l to the buyer who intends making THE LAND PAY FOR ITSELF or the buyer who is looking for a big percentage on his investment, without taking into consideration any increase in value which may accrue. This magnificent farm is only 3 miles from Bryantsville, 10 miles from NichoIasvilIe,,and 12 miles from Lancaster and Danville. The land is unusually productive. 150 ACRES IN BLUE GRASS, 200 ACRES SOWED IN ' . . . . .WHEAT AND RYE, 4 TOBACCO BARNS, 5 SMALL HOUSES, 1 GOOD STOCK BARN AND IS WELL WATERED THROUGHOUT. It lies about 1 mile from the Lexington and Danville turnpike, on a new turnpike, and what we wish to mainly impress on you is that with land values as high as they are everywhere, and going higher every time the sun sets, here is an owner who has no exorbitant ideas or expectations as to the price of this land. His only reason for selling the farm is that he is centering his interests in Nicholasville and he has not instructed us to "shoot if we can getrhis price," but he has employ- ed us to SELL and instructed us to SELL IT. Consequently, we think that this is the best oppor-- ' tunity presented this year for the man who wishes to get land at a reasonable price and at the same time obtain soil that is as productive as any in Kentucky. The neighborhood is excellent, ' and the property is close to a number of good markets. Get in on the ground floor and ride the prosperity wave that is sweeping this grand United States of America, the greatest country on earth.. The man who bets against 'the future of AMERICA will lose, the man who bets on its future is BOUND TO WIN ! This farm has been well taken care of, and to show you that Mr.. Dietrich has confidence in the dividend earning power and in the character of the soil, he will give you FIVE LONG YEARS m which to pay for it. So be on hand promptly Friday morning of the 7th, and do not lose an opportunity that may never be presented to you again. ' ' MUSIC BY LEXINGTON BAND. -- j Oliver T. ' Wallace f; ; & "".lT:I!""K. Company. LEXINGTON, ' 302 Trust Building. , O. T. WALLACE, WM. M. NICHOLLAS, Mana geri. KY. I. 4b. 1 J The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Oct 30 1919. ' Pirirn REV. L. L. PICKETT Grateful To Friends. Re-clean- We represent one of the largest Roofing manufac turers in the South. As all kinds of material are advenclng, you should place your order NOW for Roofing We can save you money and give you a high grade roofing. ACT NOW. I wish to thank my friends for the profusion of beautiful flowers sent me their silent mission was fully performed; and other friends, for ministration and aid in my time of great suffering; and my faithful Unfortunately only a small crowd nurse for her patience and constant evening to tender care. Mrs. Ida Tlnsley. came out Inst Tuesday hear Rev. 1 U Picket, an orator of ' national reputation and one of the prohibition big guns behind the Mrs. Dolly Brown who is now movement. him Those who heard nt her home on Stanfotd were Indeed fortunate. He urges street after an illness of several that everyone should be sure and get weeks, wishes us to thank hrough the ballot on the Amendment to the the columns of the Record her sinKentucky constitution, prohibiting cere gratitude for the many kindthe sate of intoxicating liquors in the nesses shown her by her many state. friends and for the exquisite flowers Part of his address along this line that were sent in. Mrs. Bruun's was us ioiiows; many friends in Lancaster will be "The people of Ke ntucky are a happy to know that she Is Improving people; but we decent, nnd hope she may soon be nerself have among us a lawless element, ns again. have the good people of other states. The best element of our people ns n Wc have n lot of old Magazines at I rule have made up their minds to this office that we will i?ivi tn nnv I wipe out the liquor traffic. There is one who will call and ge- one; not! undoubtedly a very large majority over two to a person. of our Kcntuckians who Heard At Court House Tuesday Night. Northern Seed Rye, Timothy and Clover Seed Deeply Grateful. Ky. Blue Grass and Orchard Grass i OBELISK The Best First Patent Flour Genuine Kanawha Salt, Best for Curing Meat. Try Carey-ize- d Salt Tonic Blocks For Hogs, Horses, Sheep and Cattle. Lime, Brick, Rock, Portland Cement. ' Conn J 3G 3 Brothers. rjG 11 want state-wid- e and national bone- - "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." m irsy The Central Record luiied Weekly. J1.50 a Year. Payable in Adrance. THEY CET ACTION AT ONCE. Kidney Tills invigorate, Foley strengthen and heal inactive, weak and diseased kidneys and Madder. Mrs. 0. J. Ellis, 505 8th. Aw.Sioux 1)., writes: "I suffered with R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Kails, S. kidney trouble; used to have severe Entered at the Tost OfTice In Lan- pains across my back and felt miserable and nil tired out, but after takMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s ing Foley Kidney Pills I am well." Matter. R. E. McROBERTS, Druggist. t. adv. LiBcajter, Ky., October 30. 1919 J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. LOOK OUT FOR CANARDS. Democrats and dry Republicans of Kentucky, who al ready have made up their minds to support the Demo cratic State ticket headed by Governor James D. Black, are cautioned to look out for eleventh-hour canards on the eve of the election. The Republican charge against the Board of Control about coal being sold to the Houses of Reform by Tom Hatcher and a blower being required to make it burn, as well as cloth being sold to the institution at exorbitant prices, which was exploded by the statement of the Board of Control and the affidavits of the men said to have been interested, is on a par with other charges made by the desperate and reckless Republicans. It has been said that these reck less charges are being made with a view to putting some "pep" into the decaying Re publican campaign throughout the State and arousing some in terest in a matter the voters al ready have practically decid ed. There is only one thing that can cause the defeat of Governor Black November 1th and that is the failure of the Demo crats of Kentucky to go to the polls and vote. It is not likely that any of them wjll fail to do that. With a Republican ma jority in the United States Sen ate doing all it can to harass and bedevil the sick President, lighting the peace treaty and the League of Nations, and a with a few notable exceptions, Republican candidate in Kentucky who refuses to take a stand on that question, it is fa tuous to say that the League is not an issue in the election Let every man, Democrat or Republican, who wants to back the President in his schemes to end war for all time, make it a point to vote early in Novem ber 4 arm vote a ticket that will uphold in Kentucky, so far as they may have the power, the plans of President Wilson for the permanent peace of the world. EASIER NOW THAN LATER. It is easier to break up a cold or check a cough now than it will be later. Persistent coughs that "hang on" all winter pave the way for serious throat and lung diseases. L. W. Day, 65 Campbell Ave., E., Detroit, Mich. write,Foley' Honey and Tar relieves one of bronchitis very quickly. R. E. McROBERTS, Druggist. , adv. Dr. Edwards Locates Here. Dr. J. E. Eduards and family have moved into Lancaster from Buckeye and have rented the Harry Elmore home on Danville street. Dr. Edwards will have his office for the present with Dr. W. A. Wheeler. LIVE STOCK OF ALL KINDS ARE CONTINUALLY CUTS, EXPOSED TO WOUNDS, dry prohibition. Now we have a vote on an amend ment to the Kentucky Constitution prohibiting the manufacture an in .the sale of Intoxicating liquors Sth. Many state, on November voters are not aware of this fact. Help us spread the gooi Tell them. news. Also, take notice of the fact, that the prohibition amendment is on a scp nrate ballot. There is nn amend ment that would recall unfaithful officials that is printed on the official We hope you ballot. will vote "YES" on that amendment nNo, Uut it is not the prohibition amend ment. For that you must have the separate ballot. Vote "YES" on both these amendments. "If I hail time I would lie glad to give you many reasons why I urge this. Hut I shall trust your good NEGLECTING THAT GOLD OR COUGH? Why, when Dr. Kin. New Discovery to promptly checks it r"S natural mi, rough Cold, couch, grlprti-- , croup does not resist this standard rolleter vry lung. Its quality N ns high today ns It lias bn-i- i ntul If Invii griming stendlly in impularlty fur mure than llfty jenrs. tide, mid $1.20 n bottle nt all ilruggM. (ihc It u trial. yoa don't want to Ixi I let that old cold or lime nn or that lieu- nltiiik deselup sorlou-lNot when jou cull get ncli a pros suro-sfiiremedy us Dr. King' Nov IMvcorery, y. l THE UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE CHANGES AS FOLLOWS EfFective November 2nd. judgment, your patriotism, your hatred of drunkenness, your love of Goil unil country to lead you to help us in the state, national and world struggle for decency nnd righteous ness. Let Kentucky set the world a good example by snowing John Kaiser Doozlecorn under a mountain of bal lots that will .count out u clear hun dred thousand dry majority next Tuesday. This for Jesus and hum unity's sake." Where There's a Baby on Farm Keep Rat-Sna- They Jut won't lot jmi put Into our work or play. Sick brail- ache mail's from retaining waste mat ter nnd Impurities In the body. Feel right for anything makp the llrer lively, the, bowel function regularly, with Or. King" New Life 1'tlls. Smoothly yet poslthely they produce results that rlentive the sjnti'tii and tuako the liver anil Ism-elrespond to the demands of u ntfinig. healthy body. druggists. Try Uieiu Still 2.'c ut all tonight. Tardy Bowels, Inert Liver "" Train No. 2S for Richmond will leave Lancaster at 10:5S A. M. instead of fl:0(i. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE For detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. RAILROAD, ETC., Get a bottle of FARR1S' HEAL ING REMEDY. Make it at home and you will have the best healer known at a cost of a few cents. Re member flies never bother a sore where this remedy is applied. W. A. D1CKERS0N. Lancaster Ky. adv. Live Stock Sale. Cth, Next Thursday, November the day that James I. Hamilton sells the Luther Gibbs farm, Mr. Gibbs will also sell all his personalty, con sisting of horses, cattle, hogs, all farming implements and a lot of household and kitchen furniture. All this personalty will be sold on the following terms; All sums $25.00 nnd under, cash in, hand, over that amount a credit of 12 months, with interest bearing paper. It. Rats 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 a cake of and throw it around. It will surely riil of rata and mice. Three sizes 25r, 50c, $1.00. Sidl and guaran teed by McRobcrts Drug Store and RAT-SNA- P The Haselden Bros. Oct. Ady, Halloween Entertainment. The ghosts of Orchard Grove School will entertain at a "Shadow Auction" pie supper, November 1st at h:00, o'clock, for the benefit of the Orphans Home Fund. West Property AT Up to the present time quite u'good An elephant is a very strong an! many boys from this county have mal, but the strongest thing in Gar joined the LEGION, but there is still rard County is the AMERICAN room for more. Remember the fed is only two dol Join this Organization by giving per year, and your nama to Dr. V. G. Kinnaird or lars members 'tis only who have received an Mr. Benjumine .Wood at McKoberts HONORABLE DISCHARGE can Drug Store. join same. Why not join today and help us in WHEN A CHILD HAS CROUP. our big celebration that will take Thousands of mothers say Foley's place in Lancaster on the night of Honey and Tar Compound is the best Nivember 11th nt 7 P. M. remedy they know for croup, coughs A big BAND to furnish the music and colds. It cuts the thick, chok but no "Taps." ing mucus, clears away the phlegm Sea Dr. V. G. Kinnaird or Benj opens air passages and eases hoarse Wood for further particulars. ness. The gasping, strangling fight for breath gives wny to quiet breathing and peaceful sleep. R. E. McROBERTS, Druggist. SATISFYING RELIEF adv. "Newsy Column" Attention Veterans. AUCTION SATURDAY, NOV. 3:30 P. M. This sale was advertised for Monday last, but on of so many other public gatherings was postponed and will now be sold as advertised on SATURDAY AFTERac-count 1st FOOT BALL Paint Lick Defeats State Normal. The Paint Lick High School eleven lefeatcd Eastern Kentucky .State Normal, Tuesday, on the E. K. S. N. gridiron by a score of 7 to 0. P. L. li. S. scored one touchdown and kicked goal. The playing of Ledford, half-bacand Patrick, fullback featured for Paint Lick team the Paint Lick boys ulso displayed excellent team work throughout the contest. E. K. S. N. plajed a good game, but they were not equal to the skill displayed by the Pulnt Lick representatives. Both teams put up a cleao game. FROM LUMBAGO Sloan's Liniment has the punch that relieves rheumatic twinges warmth-glsinThis congestion, scattering circulation-stimulatin- g remedy ttxtlrales utthout milling right to the aching spot and, brings quick relief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful licb for external pains, spraint, (trains, stiffness, headaches, lumbago, bruises. Get jour bottle today costs little, means much. Ask jour druggist tor it iy name. Keep it handy (or the whole family. The big bottle' is econ- NOON next at 3.30, immediately after the BASTIN SALE on Lexinton Avenue. This is select and exceptional or investment. i property-bu- y it for a home omy. 33c. 70c. $1.4(1. D. fl. Thomas. Joe S. Haselden. "... REAL ESTATE. V 8 PAGES THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 30. 1919. PYORRHEA. It has been said that !0 per cent of nil extraction were duo to pyor rhen. Pyorrhea la n very Inslclloui dieno for it does not manifest Itself by pain. In fact, unlet discovered hy the dentist, people do not UMinlly realize that they have it until the teeth becomes loose and sore, nnil then it is frequently too late to save them. Ticth without the least sign of demy loosen in the rocket, pus exudes from around the roots and gums, the gums arc highly inflamed ami bleed to the touch, the teeth finally become loose and nre tender to pressure, They Anally become so loose that they have to be extracted, and if neglected lone enough, finally fall out, Anything which sets up an irrita tion of the gums nround the teeth may cause pyorrhea. No doubt tht of most constant cause is deposits tartar about the teeth, but bad con tact points which allow food to wedge between the teeth, crowns, fillings which press against the' gum and any injury to the gums are nil contributing factors in the causes for pyorrhea, llacterial in vasfon may follow any of these caus es, pus is formed, the fibers of the peridental membrane are destroyed and we have pyorrhea. As stated above the deposit of 1 tartar is the most common cause The formation of deposits around the necks of the teeth set up an irri lation, 'causing a recession of the gums, which is followed by the for niution of pus? Deposits of tartar arc most frequently found near the ducts where the saliva is discharged No doubt an excess into the mouth. of food Is a factor in pyorrhea, as it causes an increase of calcium salts in the saliva ejected by the salivary ducts, lifncc the conclusion that an intemperate diet is u strong factor in pyorrhea. These deposits of tartar should be removed at frequent intervals by the dentist, and the teeth should be trior oughty cleaned and polished, The patient enn accomplish much by mouth hygiene. Mouth hygiene is that cure which the Individual can and should give the teeth and adjac' ent tiuue. It is u personal duty to nature to care for the mouth and keep it clean. A good, hard tooth brush used after each meal, brushing in the direction of the long axis of the teeth by placing the side of the bristles against the gums and giving the brush n half turn, is the proper way to use the brush. Silk floss should be used between the teeth and the mouth should be rinsed with a very mild antiseptic solution or plain water. This is the best practical per sonal method of the application of the principles of oral hygiene. Oral prophylaxis is the prevention of diseased conditions of the mouth by n scientifit dentist. It conststes in thoroughly polishing all surfaces of the teeth until they nre perfectly smooth and clean. Clean teeth will not decay, neither will they dcelop pyorrhea. If eery individual could be edu cated to the necessity of isiting the dentist every three to six months for examination and prophylaxis, there would be few dead teeth, few crowns and bridges, few extractions ami much less disease. At such visits all small cavities would be filled, the teeth thoroughly cleaned, tartar removed anil the mouth left in a sanl tary condition, SI. S. IIATKIKI.I), D. I). S, (adv) .Miss Martha of Salvisa, Sir. and Sirs. Jasper Noel, of Cottonburg, Sir. mitt Sirs. Hubert Carter of Marccllu.i, J!ev I), K. SebnUlan and I'rof. n Tom-crli- SECTION 2 THIRTICTHIYEAR NUMBER 31. nir in Mr. Fanner- Remember that we sell that good were week-enguests nnd Sirs. A. C. Sliles. ot of Sir, Lawyer Looked Like Pumpkin. WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHT "I was often doubled up with pains and was yellow as it pumpkin before taking SInyr's Wonderful Kcmcdy, which 10 years ago saved my life. Sly friends had given up all hopes of my recovery, as the best doctors did not help me. Am enjoying the best of health now." It is n simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract and ullnys the inflammation which causes practically all stomnch, liver und intestin al ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. It. E. SIcRobcrts, Druggist, adv, Lancaster, Ky, WANTED: About forty head of 1000 pound feeding cattle. If. J. E. Robinson. ill my stomnch PLANT, Water Works SEE US & Furnaces Reward For any Ford 1! Place your order TODAY with 'mi $5,001 Haselden Bros Garage BASTIN BROS. fa, In Garrard connty, regardless of age, that you can find worn out or in a scrap pile. nii Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 "SELL IT" and BUY A FORD IN MEMORY Window Glass ALL Of Our Little Theo. SIZES. Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. flc Roberts DRUGSTORE. Frost Superior Fence Salt $3.50 per Barrel. THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. BUCKEYE l.uu Tcuter visited ut and Louisville last week. Sir. and Sirs. W. II, Gullcy and son, Frank, of Nieholasville visited .Miss Sallie Sir. and Sirs. Ollie Uogic wro the guests of relatives in last Friday. Sliss Noru Curtis of llryantsville, visited here grand-motheim I'ny Inst week. Sirs. ,Ilir- - morning, On Sunday September 28th, 191'J, the Death Angel visited the home of Sir. nnd Sirs. J. T. Key. nobis anil took from us our darling little daughter, Theo Booth. She had been complaining several weeks but we never thought of her ailment as being serious. She hud a compli cation of troubles, nnd for three days nnd nights before she went away her Oh! suffering was intense agony. to see how it tore our heart-string- s our innocent little darling sulfer ns she did, but the brave little angel bore her suffering with more patience people. Often, than many grown when I was standing over her, weeplips and ing, her little quivering longing eyes would look up to me nnd say "Slama, don't worry". Oh! It seems so impossible to give her up, so impossible to live without her. She loved us so dearly, all night long the night before she died, about very thirty minutes she called mnma und papa so pitiful. It seemed that Oh! she did nut want to go alone. Iluw these thoughts thrill our hearts with saddest of grief.. Little Theo was an unusual bright little girl, had the knowledge and understanding of much older people. A disposition so kind and lovable, although she was only five years of age she was loved by all who knew her. God never foils to pluck his sweetest flowers first. Jesus saw she was too pure and evveet for this world of trouble and sin so He took her to live with Him where trouble nnd cares of life will never come to her. She is now a precious little Angel in Heaven, bec koning mama, papa and little brother each day to live right nnd be pre pared to meet her in that beautiful home above where sorrow- - and grief nre known no more. Home is so lonely and hours so sad nnd long since our little darling is gone. No one so keenly feels the loss of her as mama. The hand of time can bring no change to my heart. In years to come I will miss C) her then as I miss her now. She al vvrtj's helped nie do every thirg I had to do, but mania's "help is gone, gone now. dis Xi Her precious little angel-lik- e position has left an influence in our home which will livp forever. Little Theo dearly loved flowers, often(!): times was making little boquets from mama's flowers. I shall ever hold dear in memory the picture of those beautiful flowers on her little grave. und thank our friends nnd loved ones who furnished them. llro. W, V, Anderson of Stanford spoke words of comfort on this heart rending occasion, where her little remains were laid to rest in Lancaster's beautiful cemetery, there to await V" the coming of mama, papn and little NORTHERN SEED RYE TEST 99 PER CENT Car Load Just Received. Garrard Milling Company i ITV I iniDTIDII ft U fir I HOILI I I Is one secret of Success. mm THE CHEVROLET MOTOR te CAR in every The Chevrolet Motor Car is respect. Quilt for service and 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 these American Beauties just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. Sir, and Sirs. I.. K. Drown enter tained several relatives mid friends nt dinner Sunday, There will be t lecture ut the 11a tlst church on Slonday evening Nov-- i ni be r 3rd, ut 7 o'clock. Sir. and Sirs. Stiller of Oklahoma tpint a few days last week with her parents, Dr. and Sirs. Geo. Hcndren. Sir. and Mrs. It, V, Sanders and daughters Lucille and Hope, spent lust Tuesday In Nieholasville anJ Lex p- PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Faint Lick, Kentucky. ington. Sir. und SIr. Clyde llrumfleld mid Sir. and Sirs. It. W. Sanders Sunduy. son, and Sir. and Mrs. Otis Blake-ma- n of Jessamine county, visited Mr and Mrs. S. N. Morford Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gill and daughter, brother. Our little Darling is gone, gone, gone, we miss her Oh! we miss her, yes more than words can tell, but tis God who hath bereaved us. He III locth alt things well. No mora can we hear her cheerful little voice calling mama day by day. No more can we see her dear little form running to meet papa in the nt night with that sweet smiling face. We miss her at the table, brother misses her at play. Wo miss her, Oh! we miss her every, gate-way I I 8 1 I t I The Weber is the Wagon That conforms to the road without running gear. We invite inspection of this new wagon, you should see the new international 5th wheel. 1 strain on the It dis- tributes the strain on the bolster and sand board. and does away with the chucking motion of the front gear on rough roads. Yours for Smooth Running, i i i I where. She is now at rest with the Angels In that bright home so fair. God grant each day we live that our hearts and thoughts may be turned Heavenward to our precious treasure Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, there. Mother. V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 30, 1919 DiiDr enseunsi cccn ! runt dununum ottu N BY ROGUEING Go PLATS Over Field Remove Off-Ty- and Carefully Plants. Wrigleys 5 c a package 5 during the war c a package 5 NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Work Can Ba Done Easily by Man on Foot With Dwarf Varieties, While With Taller Sorts It Is Prao tlcal to Use Horse. (rrfrarnt ty the t'nltnl Ftstn Bersrt. rnnt if AKrlrultur ) In onlrr In obtain purn sorghum snil It niinlly nitTiiary to ro mer the lli'lil artfully nftir It ban hrailnl I c a package before the war t! ri'sne or off lypc plant nbldi ilocx nut ronform to tin- - typ which Is should be nil ilown, or, better, ptillnl up m Hint then- - III bi no ilanrir of the production of weil from tiller prmlureil by the rocur. In ilirnrf varieties the rnriidnc ran be dene easily by n man on foot, but In tin tnllrr rrnwlnc sorts It It iiwt on lirnrllral to rhte through the ftj-horsetail: to that the workers can ee riMiniM- out nml plant. Kvt'ry "ALK about smokes, Prince Albert is geared to a ioyhandout standard that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new I Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette inaicin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality I You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process I You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section ifx the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back I Buy Prince Albert everywhere tidy red tine, hand$ome pound that clever, practical pound moittentr top that heepe the B.J. ItfravlfeTsbaoctCs. tobacco U lelJ. Toppy reJ baft, and half pound tin humidort and cryetal giate humidor with eponga tobacco in euch perfect condition. Superior Sorghum Field. CsrrlfUltltbr R. J. Reynolds Tobacco THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copflol $50,000. A. H. DENNY, President. Cashier S. J. P.. HARRIS, Individual Surplus 630,000. J. E. ST0R.MES, Book-keepe- r. Viee-Pres- t. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. r. HUGH-MOBLE- General Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. over the top of the lield and thus more readily determine the position of tbe rogues which lnut be removeil. The Winttn-Sa!ehorse cull be securely muzzled to ire- N. Co., Tint Injury other than that oceiilonei! by the tramping ilonn of plants. It H not protltnble to rogue field A Problem. which are lnlornl.il for the production You rnnnut 11 Tn "Unit" Chaiw-I- : nf grain or forage, but In the produc iiM iniidi prlvnry In u ImiKt'lmM nli'Ti- - tlii-rr two liathriMim nml ing of Feed, cither for home planting only imi rake of map. Arlrnsaw or the market, inn fill mugelng civet returns both In ilollarH ami cents am Thoiuns Cat. In the sntlifactloii of growing purr seed. Sorghum being BlrdsLack "Homing" Sens. are MjbJ-- t to almo.t emlleos b)brldl Althiiiish MriN hiilM mMs, these stray plants of other varieties arc only iiml fur hrriillnir. Than. ration If are nllownl to mature In the drill Minis of hints nri Mlliil l,y the cold ThN Intermixing of varieties results rmli wlntrr Imtjiim" ilivy hare ne In lark of uniformity In ripening as real "nomine" ji'iic. In the size of the plants, thus well us causing illMlciilty In harvesting and Virginia Dare. marketing the crop, Tbe ue of pure KIM oM first Vlrclnla Diirc. tli siel varieties which are known to hr In America, uihipteil to the fanners' i limit t lo cimdl llnxllMi pnr'ntaK first muv I In- - Unlit of ilay on Am;. "IS, tln will be rewarded In bigger and 1.1S7. Hit millvi- - plait- - mis on the better crop. Mnnil of ltoanoki'. Vlrclnla, now North Carolina. Hit fathir a William EXAMINE LAND FOR ALFALFA Pari1 anil lur inolliiT KliiHmr, tb Vhlti ihuiKhti-- r of Jolin Eiivoriior of Frequent Borings Should Be Made llu hhoiiiI nrrlniltunil n.l.my nit liy With Auger to Determine Char, Kir WnlliT Italelch t the 1'amllnan. acter of the Soil. C j CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK, J, I ! OF LANCASTER Capital and Surplus S.00,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON lrn "ROLL 0F HONOR.' J. J. Walker, V. I'rcs. V. li. V. Hudson, Treslilent, V. V. Champ, Cashier, 0. Itigney, Asst. Cnchler. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! AND GAS ENGINE United States Korean Treaty. It wns In 1SS2 that the first treaty with Korea was slcneil by the United State, and foreigners took up their residence with official sanction at Chemulpo, the seaport "f the capital. Seoul. Even with this foothold In the new country, the unwelcome vUltnrs pushed their way but slowly Into other parts of the kingdom, nnil ns late as IS!)" only ti relatively stnnll portion had been vMteil by white men. National Geogrnfihle Magazine. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N C. Hamilton, Clerk. In examining a' tract of land for a! fulfil frequent Innings should be mailt with a soil auger In determine tin un subnill diameter of the will us the drainage iiiiulltliiiis. This Instrument UMinlly will be of grenti r Miliii"ln ileteruilnlng the adaptability of ii particular tract M iilfalfu than 11 cheinlciil mini)! of the soil, A com moll tU'l'iih auger with the shank lengthened and a suitable crnhnr f' ii liandle Ik pnietlial for this ue. FULL-CROP ii i 11 nr 1L 31 IC Have Your Tires Retreaded Vulcanizing proWe use the Dry-Cur- e cess of retreading-n- ot half sole-acan rebuild a tire at less than half price. nd YIELD OBTAINED We are equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING On all makes of Automobiles or Engines., We can furnish you with a new battery or repair your old one. battery charger We have installed and are now ready for battery charging. With our Aceytelene and Oxygen Welding Machine we can weld 'most any broken part of an automobile, gas engine or farming machinery. At any time you need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or nny other kind of machinery, call us and we will be glad to come to your rescue either day or night. No jobs too large or too small. We also carry a large stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handle the New Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage than any other gasoline on the Market We also furnish Free Air and are equipped to Wash and Polish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction One great and Impelling rburm nf the desert Is Its magultlceiit dlstiinces, A mile, or u score of inlle, M nothing on the desert. Space. Ill nil Its vast-Iiesseems almost lllliultiible there. In fancy, perhaps, the mountain range In the distance, with Its uprising snow, capped peaks, may mark one nf the borders of the domain over which the bine observer may claim the right to rule. There Is none tn dispute his right of Hissessn:i or his clulm to temporal authority. Good Word for Popular Music, (live popular music Its due. It has Its place Just us has the classic. Do not look down upon It, so lung as It inn help some sunt uuuy from Its gloom. I'crhaps It may dn soiuethrng for jnu In mi "off liniment" If you will let It. Hut I'M'll If It ilnesii't, the mere fact that there lire pinple whose hearts It will lighten, sutllres to give popular music a i en son for being, which we should lint set iislde merely because t doesn't bapieii to be "our kind" of music Kxchange, Deiert's Great Cbarm. Sufficient Fertilization, Pur Seed and Careful Cultivation Are of Importance. There lire three ugeiits that nrr neglected, sometimes but through Willi li the )ei can be ols tallied. They lire, sulllclent fertlllzn thin, pure seed iind cureful cultivation. The proper use nf fertilizer will make the stulks ami stems slrnngei mid thus more lmpelniiH tn the nf vegetable parusltes, or Hit splltel of Insects. It will give weight, color and sire In tbe fruit nml ma terlally hasten maturity. GOOD STRAWBERRY TILLAGE 3500 MILES GUARANTEED s. Also sectional repairs on Blow-outmake of tire. Phone 798. Any The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Propietor. or Rake Always Run Cultivator Throdgh Pitch Same Way to Per. mlt Runners to Sej. Let the strawberry runners set at will within the row. In tilling strawberries, ulways run the cultivator or rake through the same way each Mine. This ullnns runners tn set which would be uprooted by n reverse tillage. Hut when n row Is unit Nil over two feet deep, stri'lili n line mid chop off and hoe up nil nut'ldcr. BURN DEAD WOOD IN ORCHARD When Allowed to Lie In Heap It Fur. nlthes Breeding Place for Insects and Rodents. All (lend wood should be burned at mice, preferably In the orihiinl. If It Is iilliiwisl to lie In n heap, It furnishes not only ii breeding piaie forvegetahle and Insect pests, hut u home for rab-im- . lulu' bis) "iliii' Qbhiihis. Walnut Street. 31 31 Danville, Kentucky. 1C-- ir J1 IE 1Z 11 guaranteed. juadraa Patrick ssssj & Conn. WW WW WWWw HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic. PAINT LICK, KY. Phone 31. syWWW W WW WW W fWf Wwww wwww wwyi wwrww WaWW Sea Lions Not Harmful. Some time ago the conclusion was reached III Canada that the seu lions were Inimical to the salmon fisheries and u bounty was pluced upon the sea. . Since then It has been dlseoT-erc- it tliut the sea linn's dcstrurtlrenrsa was so slight that lis general slaughter was not warranted and that they uffer possibilities of commercial In the mutter of guano, leather and nil urn! rcully are worthy They, are Tery tluild of protection. and easily frightened away from the fWierruen'a nets. War 9 -- JttaL ri&tu W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Ofllce Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and ' in The Central RecordLancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 30, 1919 v THE MOST DANGEROUS f lha hum&rrlMx) ara i hnportnnt health ant Ionic lit a tha kldntya. Whan thjr alow up nM com-mato lag In thalr itutlaa. look outt KvtuI out what tht trouble l without diMay. Whanrvar ymi faal riprvnua, wak, ft if y, aufTar fromtxukeplMnfa. waA tpi or hart paiha In tha I our. Tour KMneya nM help. Thw a ara alirn to warn you that your ara not thalr function pronarljr, Thy ar only half do In ihilr work ami ara allowing lm d purltl tit arciimuUla and hn contort-rInto uric acl1 ami nlhr polaonj. which ara raualne you .IlitreM anl will dtttroy yuuuruaa thry ara urlvan Crorn .your ayattm Na arcana REFLECTED GLORY DISEASE 0 MILDRED WHITE. Oat lomt GOLD MKDAI, lliarlam OH CapiuUa at onc'a. Thar are an oM. triad preparation utfd all orar tha worM for ranturlaa. They contain only oldfaah otla lonJ, aonthlna; and romhlnt1 with lrngth((1vlaif Meem.clanilnT harba, wall known and uM by phynl-rla- n In th4r dJly practice, HOUU m Oil Oipul(sa ara imMKDAL port 1 direct from th lalMjratorla in Holland. They ara convenient tn taka, and will either lv prompt relief or your money will ha rtfundM. Ak for druir lhm at anyoriginal tore, hut b atir to Imporled (IOI.t tha iret 1IKIML brand. Accept no aubntltutea. In aealed packaieea. Ttirea alxea. Keep this Clipping, for It is Valuable It puts you In touch with the Men ou want, for they arc noted to cell land higher than n hotly ebr in this husIru'M. Is the best way on enrth to sell earth, for you know "The best bank on earth is earth itself." Public Auction We are AUCTION SPECIALISTS and always sell You make the price. We make as advertised. the deed. We hnve sold lnnd 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 It the time to SF.I.L TIIK 1.1 If you lire intercsteJ Write, Wire, Cable or Call VK WIMI-AWAK- U. HUN. IIKAI. KSTATi: VICTORY REALTY CD. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. (.en. Mcr 1 S. A. WAI.KKIt, T C KI.KIN', Sales ilgr 'lli Mini In ln business mlt mine Into tin" brilliantly lighted room, nml Marin? ncnnusly nliout. Pur Iff k !n n ninier hp espied Ahhle rinl tin" perplexed frown from til. face, "V. Ii.'rv l cverybod y ?" he nkcd In n fi intljr tunc. AtitiU .Mm "(shed rellcicdlv. Here nl he was omi ne In, whmii ii' In speak wlilmut u k1itrr of nwe. Abhlt" Aim was vjsllv prnuil of her elf led fnmllv, their achievement was her Joy, hut he was weary of the ecr question : "Hurler?" the one presented would iniiriiiiir. "Pan It be tw.lhlr that yon nn rrlatpil In KloNr Dnrler thr nrt-UIt xoiilil lie Or xrliap Dnrlnr the iiiuslrlan?" When Alihle replleil that he "S a cl'ler the fart never falleil In ilrnw n nstnnl.heil elanre In her illrerllnn. AMile Ann womtereil wlalfully what n rent linme mlclit he with a cnnlenleil family calhereil nil lit one time n limit the lahle. tier nehloiu tocelher. Ahhle nUler were Ann hail nut een the rnniolatlmi of a housekeeper ntleinlet home inaklii;; So iihe opent miirh of her to tliat. time In the nld camlen, ilreamlnt of hlrh he mlclit ilo under other llilnc of (he gnmi Mie mlsht crlruintanre accomplish for ntheM. If opportunity were her; there keemeil to hi" little here that fhe cnnM ilo fur even herself. Her face hrlehteneil a. the linn enleml the Ms, inserted hefore room ; he hail heen toiiKue-llei- l Ihe Irreproachulile ereulnit ilrem of tlie nwlally prmnliieiit. ThN man, umlllrfsly III at rae, ncemeil mine way or other I" he In her own pnillca-nien- t. ,n, HOME - - AT - - lt LANCASTER IN "We LAND OF NOW" At Auction HrTVHVjZiy'Vrs.sasfalsfJlsh' BaBVEaaaaalaaa?aaaaaaaaaaaaHaVsaiaa iiAnrigyHsVMasH "Vou ore n nuet, nskiM abruptly. are )ou nntj" he FOR SALE PRIVATELY As Administrators of J. M. Broaddus, de ceased, we will offer for sale, i)rivately, 45 1-- 2 acres of land, on Richmond pike, 2 1-- 2 miles from Lancaster. This is all pood land and every. acre can be cultivated. Has ever lasting water, good $1,000 tobacco barn, good fencing, etc., Thompson Broaddus, Clay Broaddus, Admrs. Him The Garrard Bank Draw A Check for the money you ov e and note how much more creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank Trail Co bnsirris like way. Iletter "They know lie It doing business In open iuch n account even it your afTaira ire not Urge. Thev will grow all right. & Trust Company Business Removal After NOVEMBER 1st we will be located in our new place of business, on Stanford street, near the shipping pens. Your patronage solicited. Garrard & Lincoln Produce Co LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ahhle Ann blinlieil nt liN appral.-In- e tlance lonr'l her nlmple litta froe., hiuI untitled. He "Vim ilnn't rare to ilancel" ber rurlou.ly. Abhle Ann nhook ber head. "So few people ant me for a partner," ahe ronfeed, "that I'd rather not force them to ak ine." The man trlnned; It wa a tod Erin. He drew forth a chair and aeated himself at ber Mile. "Jly name Is Perkins," he announced. Ahble Ann bowed. Instinctively ehe liked till" blc. plain man ullli the humorous eyes. "Mine Is Iiorler." be responded, anl expectantly awaited Ills quest Ion. "Not," be tiecan "Vea," ahe ajld, "I am related ! Klolse and Josephine, Pm their ami I neither paint nar play" It mi lh man's turn to Interrupt. "All rlcht." he .aid. "glad to bear It. Then I shan't be called upon tn listen while you perform, or compliment a palatine which I don't In the least understand." Kor a moment of unilf rsHaitlnr the two looked Into each other's eyes and laughed. "Vou mustn't think that I don't appreciate my ulstera," Abhle Ann hastened to add. "It'a Just because I'm suili a Imnenllly myself that I de- .hli. it.rli...n Ttie nnlv reason that people bear with me at all ll' because Pin In the family. ittory!" laughed the man, "and have you no epedal desire In ycur own direction!" "I'd line," abe aald, "ta bava Iota and lola of money to apend." "Well," he thoughtfully reflected, "Ihe wise eipemllturo of money la all art In Itself. Now, auppose," he leaned towarjl her amusedly, ")ou were of lots nt motley; how yould you dispose af It?'' Abhle Ann (.pole eagerly, ali)nesa and constraint forgotten. "I'd build a home for poor convalescents," ahe aald, "thoae you know who must leate hospitals and have no money for further care. And I'd have a big country Hummer place for ailing children of the poor, anil Ol there are ao many aplrndld thing that one might rtn with money. "Mr. Perkins!" laughingly called tba hostess. "Why did you not announce) jour presence J As a guest of honor your behavior la Inexcusable." Tbe big nun arose. "Apol"S,',!'' he aald. "I came here direct from tbe station, my train being delated. I did not wish to break In on your frivolities." Confusedly, Abble Ann retired to ber corner. The proud boate.a drew forth the noted Josephine anil KloUe Klolse aought her for presentation. out later. "How In the world?" ahe asked, "did you become acquainted with Tyron Perkins, the Abble Ann'a ejea widened. "Vou don't mean." she asked Incredulously, "that Hit Mr. Perkins la the millionaire you and Jo.ieplilne have been ao excited over meeting?" Tyron Parkins himself was. beckoning tier from the doorway. "When they dance again," he aald. let' talk tiling over." Abble Ann I.Ike a conspirator nodded hack at hint. "I want to hear more concerning your views on the art of upending money," be explained. "Just dreamal" ahe murmured regretfully. Hut the hie man smiled. "Some dreaana come true," he reminded. Again ahe liked the liuiuoroua light Hut is she stood looking In hi eye. up at blui, the humor changed to tender nesa. (CaariUat. till. Wt.t.ra Mivaiasti 5 -- lEr!f-- sste5W Saturday, Nov. l$t, At 2:30 o'clock. The property of H. V. Bastin known as the Homestead. A fine Brick residence, built for a home and is an ideal home. 10 rooms, large halls and porches, 3 room basement, Pattie Gill Furnace Waterworks Electric Lights, Beautiful front yard spring. ' to street, large shade trees, cistern, well and Stock barn and Garage. Just at edge of City Limits on Lexington street. 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. This is one of the most desirelse. - able homes in or near Lancaster or anywhere body likes this property and you Mr. pleased. "Home-seeker- " Every? will be It will appeal to you. adver-Used. Remember "Swinebroad Always Sells" and just as Also will sell several one-ha- lf acre BUILDING LOTS, A FART OF THE GILL PROPERTY Be sure to attend this sale. Opportunity is knocking at your door. For further particulars and to show you the property, see H. V. BASTIN, or Swinebroad The Real Estate Man of Lancaster, Kentucky. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Vlt s The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 30, 1919 Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR A tnan't mkUsmoJ , "Let's do the darn job together" Chcs. Field now) arc getting together with Chesterfields? First of all, fine tobaccos. Our own buyers in the Orient send us the pick of the fine Turkish varieties (Xanthi, Gavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun). Wc blend these by a secret method with specially choice Domestic leaf. This method brings out new qualities of flavor a smoothness, a richness, a mellowness that go right to the spot. That's the reason Chesterfields satisfy. And remember "Satisfy" is Chesterfield's secret, based on our own private formula, which cannot be copied. wrapEvery package has a moisture-propinganother reason for Chesterfield's un, changing quality of flavor. of WHY is it that more and more smokers f KINNAIRD BROS., Agents Phone No. 66. Lancaster, Ky. W4l I IIcs i ,20 for 20 Cents and the blend fiA u copied III and Nervous. Xnrses dMIke the eaon of thun"We lire not nfrald of derstorms. lightning our.tIe," a nurse In n woman'" Im- - I tnl told me, "Imt It has n harmful effect on the patient". Mnt nick people fear lightning. In fflwn of extreme eafcne. or nervousness a dozen tlasheo of blinding lightning the patient to n Mate of utter prostration." The "White Feather." The expression. "lie showed the white feather," hag In origin In refergame ence to game cock. Pure-brecocks hs,ve only red and black featha white have ers', hut crossbreeds feather In the tell. The slightest Impurity In strain In snld to destroy the bird's pluck, hence the white feather Is used to dencto cowardice. We sent VALLEY, KY. opossums. enough to want another kins, persimmons HAMILTON and The Valley is situated 15 miles The natives bid fare to live as long out to the Post Office for our mail County by n native who forgot to enquire. South of Lancaster in Garrard coun- as Uld John Shell of So wc asked him how President Wilty, Ky., right where the "Htue Grass Ky. Your scribe writes from n home son was. lie SAitl he nrirr heard of the Belt" kisses the foot-hill- s I Cumberland mountains. So a man this Sunday evening where there ure any body say and that he did not four generations assembled and all know that he had been sick. can live in both places. Land Sales are as much in evi younger than he is. The More Anon from Old Ben Krans calls him that "old man." dence as elsc-whcand keeps going (), adhappy for the "Central Hccord", P. People are comparatively higher and higher. Farms that sold dress, IlenJ. V. Lv.im, for from $1 to $10 per acre 15 years and contented for tliey don't worry. Cartenville, Ky, ago, are now selling from $30 to We seldom get a paper just often $150 per acre. They are also drilling for oil 1 mile east of the Valley anil have struck the sand and report that oil is in sight. People are prospering as they never have heretofore. Tobacco is colory and tine fiber Vote "Yes" on This Ballet Tuesday, Nov. 4. Your Party Has Approved This Amendment in Its Platform Adopted at Louisville. Be and Tobacco Barns arc growing with Sure You Get This Ballot and VOTE IT. the "obnoctious weed of Virginia". Mr. Sherman Ilobinson reports that of a he already has :I500 pounds, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 2 4,000 pound crop stripped and he proposes to have the first load on the "Are you In fator of the proposed amendment, Brakes at the Tobacco Warehouse in to the eonsUtutlou of the CoiiituoneMlth of KenLoyalty Well Rewarded. tucky, lo wlt: 'After June 30, HOI, the nmnufac Lancaster Kentucky. ture, sale or trnnvNir!snoti of spirituous, vinous A Parisian with n sense of humor A good corn crop has been raised malt or other Inioilra'lnc Itipiors, except for sac bequeathed 3tt frnncs to each relalentlllc or mechanical rainentat, medicinal, nttenillng his some fanner reporting as much as tive who abstained from purpose. In the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Is One poor relative lnlted 12 barrels per acre. Last summer's funernl. hereby prohibited. All .Sections or part thereof on following the deceased to the Drouth did not affect this section of the Constitution, Inuifnr as they may tie Inrim grave: nnd her lojnlty win rewarded, like it did the farmers Nor,th of here are hereby repealed Mtent with this Hectnm Plenty of wild fruit, some apples and nuilltii-d-. The Genera! Assembly shall eiifurte for hy n codicil to his will the this Sectlun by appropriate legislation " left the residue of Ids large and peaches and now chestnuts, I fortune to thoe relatives who were Haze! and Hickory nu(s, walnuts are prepared tu sacrifice the SOO franc. in evidence. So are awpuws, Pun'p- - j j,' Democrats of Kentucky! YES NOD ADMINISTRATOR'S OF LAND SALE Farm Bargains small dwelling on same. FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 100 yards from Richmond and Ijipi-nter turnpike and contains 278 acres, well improved with good 0 room dwelling, one tenant house, two good barns and a farm known throughout Garrard County as being a good one and this will be priced subdivided into smaller tracts. FARM NO. 5. Situated on Good pike, near schools and churches with good 8 room duelling. large barn that will house about 10 acres of tobacco. Well uatercd and good fencing, cv cellant land and can be bought at a bargain price of $150.00 per acre, contains 1C4 acres. FARM NO. 6 situated on good pike in Paint Lick High School district, contains new 0 room bungalow and new 40x40 tobacco barn, good tenant house and stock barn with sheds attached. This one will not be for sale many days at $225.00 per acre, contains only 70 acres. mile from good pike, in aint Lick High School FARM NO, 7 Situated only about district, good C room dwelling, good stock and tobacco barn, now accommodates about ii acres of will show you the best farm crops in the vicinity. tobacco, is well watered and This farm Is priced right at $150.00 per acre and only contains 101 acres. FARM NO. S Situated on good pike has over $15,000.00 of improvements equipped just Is now making more money for the investment than like you want it for big farming enteruriie. any farm in the country. Located only 3 3-- 4 miles from town. Will show you the best crop of tobacco in the vicinity anywhere. Over 300 acres of this one In grass and 150 to 200 acres ready to cultivate this next year. A bargain without a doubt has nearly a mile pike front. Can , be bought at $105.00 per acre, worth $200 per acre. Let me sell you a farm or sell your farm for you. Kentucky's Best Blue Grass Farm To be old without reserve or Mary A. Scott, deceased, we will sell on by-bi- turnpike, ami contains Hi FARM NO. 1, Situated on the Richmond and acres. Is a gently rolling farm, very fertile soil. ,Lts dandy 10 room dwelling, stock barn, two you could wish for. Well watered, has about 50 houses, and every kind o tenant acres of old blue grass sod that will produce anything and this can be subdivided into FARM NO. 2. and will sell you 137 acres with all improvements excepting one tenant house, and also FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 acres cxcellant land and very nccessable to thv pike with As administrators of the estate of the late Mrs. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12th At 10:00 A. M. on the Premises. The following described farm, located four miles South of Nicholasville, on the Nicholasville and Danville Pike, better known as the George Scott Farm. This farm contains 260 acres of the finest soil that can be found in Central Kentucky: 35 acres in blue grass, 50 acres in clover, and the remainder in a high state of cultivation. The y Frame House, with 10 rooms, 2 halls, 2 porches, large celimprovements consist of a lar and all outbuildings: 1 Stock Barn. 2 Tobacco Barns holding about 20 acres of tobacco. This farm is watered by 6 extra good springs. One large orchard. The entire farm is under good fence. This farm has been in the Scott family for more than 100 years, and is consider ed one of the best farms in Central Kentucky, and will be offered In two tracts and men as a whole. TKRMS Ten per cent day of sale: 40 oer cent date of deed, which will be given on or before January 1st, 1920, the remainder in one and two years, with 6 per cent. For further Information annlv to two-stor- KENTUCKY. NICHOLASVILLE, Or to the Undersigned, Smith and Robinson, Real Estate Agents, Nicholasville, Ky. LYNE and ROBINSON, AUCTIONEERS, Nicholasville, Kentucky. GEO. J. C& JNO. R. SCOTT, Admr's. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. trt t , The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 30, 1919 RED GROSS GIVES KENTUCKY BAPTISTS 6 r L t BIG AUCTION FULL ACCOUNTING War Counci. Tells How Millions by FubJic Were PUT CAMPAIGN FIRST "J 1 contributed Indications Point To Certain Victory In 75 Million Drive. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST Loiil i.n.1 CenernI Anetliet!c3 Ailniiiiiftircil. Pain Ilciluccil to the minimuni. Most modern methods employed. All work cunranteeil. Olflcc over Storme' Drue Store. Phono J2'J. Uincnstcr, Ky. Used For Relief. gig task is described Month $154,000,000 Situation There Outlined Rev. J. R. Black, Publicity Director, Describes Progress In the Blue Grass State To Date. REV. J. R. BLACK Farm Sale J, fiodney Payne Farm of 127 lores One mile from Point Leavell, on the Gooch turnpike In Twenty Was Spent Overseas and $t13,000,CC0, In the United States. Vahlngton. (Special.) Throrgh a complete report of the work of thp !n tho war lijr American Ilfil Cm it Chairman Henry I'. Ihivlium, on of tin' war council, tin orgiuilzu- Ion on tho eve of It minu.ll enroll-lni'i- it nf ineinher during tin1 Thin! Iled Cross Hull ("nil, November 2 to II ha rendered uti accounting of llie given It ly tin' Au.i i .my million people in help n ir lighting turn find our allies. Tli alalt-ii.fiiI, .n part, ns follow: "'riii" war council of Inn American lied Cro.s la now prepared to m.ike n complete iironuntlng In the American people of money contributed and ex pended, 111 well n the work dono bv the American Ited Cros during tlie period In Mhlcli the war coumll wiik In control of II affair. The war council wiih api'dnleil .May IV, 1WJ, mid went out of eslteiice IVIiriiiiry -- S, J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. Offica Hour DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 1Z and 1 to 5 p.m. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over' The Carrard Bank Office S. Reidenca 376. Phone LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. J. A. Beazlev ' Offlre Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone,27 MINERAL DIRECTOR lancasteu.;ky. 1DW. "It was the practice of the war counrll to jive complete publicity to Wednesday, Nov 5th at 10:00 a. mM It policies and tinniices, but It I only now that n picture of the war period a a whole inn be prenled. It I the feeling .if the war iiiuncll that a report In this iitiiiiuirli.il form ihnuld H. By REV. J. R. BLACK Kentucky Publicity Director Rain or Shine This sale will last but 50 minutes so be on hand promptly at hour advertised. TERMS VERV EASY. OWN YOUR OWN HOME! Those tracts will be sold right on the ground so you can see what you are buying, and REMEMBER, there will be no at this sale. We have been in business 10 years, and we have sold land from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and in a crowd. In the past never yet have we placed a you have bought land at the owner's price; at this sale, you make the price, let the owner make or lose. The opportunity of a lifetime for a safe and conservative investment and AT YOUR OWN PRICE. . by-biddiby-bidd- er be made directly to the public width provided the Money and gave the effort which made the American lied Cross n pucce. "A Hatemeiit of the American Ited Cross effort and finances ln(e the war ciiuncil relinquished It control will be made to the public through the executive i.inimttiee, and It I Im porlant, therefore, tliut the fact tli.il till report liners the period only until .March 1, should be carefully Holed." l'nllowlng are certain mund figure coierlns American Ited Cro p.irtlcl-pu- l tun In the war, as revealed by the war report: Some Outstanding Figures. Contribution melted (uinteiial uiid money). ; 11 i,uv ), k ) Ited Cross member; fl Adults, SMJuumm); Children, lI,ii,tsto ... :il,ll,(il lied Cro worker b,UHi,UiHJ Hi lief article produced Ii) volunteer worker.. fl71,!i77,0'.l of soldier aided I lome !erv Ice In t'.S. by M Mr HI Itetrethiiieiit served by cnnleeii worker In I'.S. 10,(HJ,tJ Nurse eiirolleil for serv. lie wlih army, imvy or Ile.1 Cm. , t,S Kind of comfort article distributed to soldier 2,7m) and sllor In ..... Kllllteil arlliles given to soldiers ami In J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Faint Lick, l. t BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR LAR ATTENTION TO IS: PARTICU- THAT: ' tracts and This property is being subdivided into small will be sold so you can get any size you want. THAT: It is improved with attractive f Room Cottage and is the best watered farm in the county. THAT: This is a high, healthy and most beautiful location. THAT: Those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own these tracts, three years from now will be crying that old song, "If I had only bought at that Sale see what it would be worth today." WATCH THESE TRACTS INCREASE IN VALUE. But will you stand and watch the other fellow reap all the benefit? Get in on the ground floor and reap some of the harvest that is sure to come to the wise investor. MEET US AT THE GRAND AUCTION SALE, NESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, AT 10:00 A. M. LADIES ALWAYS WELCOME. MUSIC BY BRASS BAND. WED- - HUM"' Ton of relief supplli- hlpped oversea , 101,000 In iiiunirle which Ited Croa operated l'atlent da In Ited Crok hospital in Prance l,l.Vi,U00 ho.iiltal irlven material aid Z,UI Splint iniiilleil for Amer- IDt.OiHI Iraii soldier tliill'iii of nitron oxide and nx.vjccn funiNbed H0,(Iih l"rench ho.pltnl ilen erved hi Ited Cross lf.:tTV.IKNI cnnleen In Krince.... Iteftigees aided In r'nuire l,7.'ll.iU American mnvnlc.eent soldiers attending Ited 3,1111,1.111(1 Cros movie In Prance Soldier carried by Ited Cro In ambulance Italy lls.iioo Children cared for by Ited Cro In Italy Of the inil(l,ll In innney nnd supplies, contributed ti the American during the twenty month Ited Cn the Vnr council win In exigence, $'.'ii;Miil,i was nlloteil to national headiiu irter, while Xin7.OTMt.lHiO went to the chapter to flnaiicu their Kxpendlture In (lie twenty liinnth totalled Jl'TLHiHUHKI, divided a follow: lly national headquarter In rrance, $.t7,(id.("M: elewliere oversea, lll.0i MTM(: In (he I'nlle.l Slntea, $lt,OiV,Oi: by chapter In the Culled Slate. $4.'f,0il0.OiKI, cot of chapter-produce- il In urtlcle distributed France. 9Un.fHHt.iMHi. elsewhere over JS.IHHI.Oilil; I'nlieil Stnle. Inllie e:i, yUS,((HMHi, making total expenditure In France, S2,0iH),0ih)i elsewhere over-sen- , $7'.'. HH).(N; In the United State. M I'. , l.(l $1111,000,000. The American Red Cross join -- THE UNITED LEXINGTON, KY. REALTY CO. All you need is o O. T. Wallace, Gen. Mgr. and a- - The organization of Foutuern II lp for the. raising of 7" ii.illlnn dol of work fostered by lars for all plia VETERINARIAN. this people, lies now been pushed out Calls Answered Promptly Day or until all of the IS Southern state have followed the suRgeiitcd organization Night. Phone 317. Kentmky I not behind In the numbei KENTUCKY. for In the Tfl illatrli"! asolattons there LANCASTER. are now 70 assoi lational nrcanlzer "4 aorIatlon!ll puhllrlty men and Cn V. M. 1". ormnlicr. It I the purpose j to have one of each of these in eaeh atsiK-l.itluand then in the local Flnej Cut Flowers. hureli there will he an orcanlzcr In addition to the pastor, who I the ill j rei liir,a W M. I'. orKanizer nnd three John M. boosters, viho will du tlio publicity organization has also ex work. The B. tended until praitli ully all of tho l.S.".0i llaptlst churches In Kentucky have! these officer In charge and every ef fort I now being niadu In bring lnfnr-- ; matlon and prepaie for tnu great drive - KENTUCKY. vvnicn will no niauo in one weeK ( STANFORD, tune, inn u.ne ot vvnicn i .nveinner GIVE ME A TRIAL. SOtli to Dec ember "th. The state organization Is in charge Satisfaction Guaranteed. of Ilev O. i: llran. Corresponding Secretary of .Missions, Uiulsvllle, Ky. Prof. John I.. Hill, of Georgetown Col N. PREWITT h'ge, S'.tale Organizer and Director! Georgetown, Ky., rhd Itev. J. it. Illatk. Puhllrlty Director, Uiulvllle. Ky. Auctioneer At the general office in the most encuuraging news is being continually received. The people all SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. over the stato arc so enthusiastic about the campaign that from every Laucaster. Ky R. F. D. No. 3 quarter response rti now coming and eannut for the romo churche drive to be mado but are now pledging BOOKKEEPING and giving more than was asked of, Buslses,Pboaography them. The last message received was TYPEWRITING and from Poplar (Irnvo church In Graves l.'i.OOti, county, which was asked for TELEGRAPHY and after a seriuun by the "pastor ynrrin lUIINESt C0LLE9E it. rIwJii. pledges were made and the amount mil mrrrantlU hu rvBriotesprrtonr This has been Itt l'r14iil tmilDfO, also 40 was more than raised. ad tonkin Tr mtofitltt MM" fEotr now, done In many other places. fount msn nH oiii far urifvv Udrna niLHt'H K. HlTH.lxlasitB.ls.X' Tho Information that is coming to the Ilaptlsts I probably nno of the, greatest benefit that Is being derived ( A pastor In .1. from tho campaign. mounlalnous association who had been preaching for over thirty years and had always maintained a position against the support of thu ministry nnd who did not believe In mission:-stateat the meeting ot tho district association whlch'ho attended that he had learned moro In. till meeting of what God Intended he should do to send the gopel to tho other side, us well as to his neighbor, than In till his, life before. A layman who had never V 1H given to mission, or much for any object of the cliurih, said he wanted lo give 2uo n ear for tho fivo year of1 111 e A railroad man upon campaign hearing the call gave at onto a fifty dollar Victory Iwwl and said this wa , For tht Treatment of not to be counted a hi part when the Tubtrculotit drive was made. From these to a Maintained by the LouIitIIIj great gift of flo.oOO hy Mr Georgo K. Anti'TubeicutotiiAtsoclaitonfor Hays of Iiul villo the llaptlst people the aJctiuate treatment cf tubct-culos- li are being reached and are enthusiastic in all Hi stafts ct hit ttun to have, a part In the great undertak nit. ii.ics S1S.C0 per week, In. Ing cludinj; board, medical attention, 111 Ot tuber that will be Tho nno day laundry, etc. Illh n'ound com emphasized above all oilier days is the I minding extensive view. Pelight fourth (Sunday, wctoner ;tnn, wnicn ful suiroundins. Special tales for il.iv kPl bhIiIo and known a the ihn t lMlllrr.t f't. UClmsnl II. ftrtcuirv, day for "Culling Out tho Called," Ken I Sr.4 bca.vcl hm ISI. litmnwi lucky expect tu have at least 300 SW.I 14 FkrUtUm im CS.r., UimM vouug peoplo to dedicate their live 4.4II., tutu . tmlnUt JL. for special i elisions work on this day. Ministers, pastors, Sunday School work rrs. pastors' assistants, and II. V, P, I worker will hear the call for thee different line of service on this day. Oim of the most hopeful signs that the Ilaptlsts have I the fart that the Southern U.iptlst Theological Semi Buaf SaiTS, formuty nary had on October 1st the largest Bunt's, Om 1 sspMitfljtthti opening of any In tho past tlueo years ml uM tot tk irwim.nless. Item. MlH The W M. I' Training Sihool at LouTsSMr, u4 1 MOr U ciuug ladles enrolled ra isville luil i 11.1 Ua Utial iuiuih tkmt Kverywhero the lor special training. fmm mn m. mm k. campaign has gotten first place In the . Im 1 1 ii ii Ilaptlsts, and at this thinking of the ttt 1mysvii MtvMtw 11 mit. time Kentucky llaptlst are going forward to tio a little of what they have STORMES DRUG STORE. wilting many years to do. lern this Dr. Printus Walker Honaker Auctioneer. McRoberts. J. DINWIDDIE, L r.iuith rii. I nazeiwood Sanatorium m i M ft jmnhaMMvUis t , 1 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 30, 1919. MM AT LAM SALE AT LUTHER GIBBS FARM THURSDAY, NOV. 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 HI ATTSVILLE, 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 . ... . 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. IT HAS MORE TOBACCO, HEMP AND CORN LAND READY. THAN ANY OTHER FARM EVER OFFERED IN THE COUNTY. ON THE 100 ACRE TRACT IS A SPLENDID HOUSE WITH ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND BATH, BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED, A SPLENDID STOCK BARN, STOCK SCALES, PARAGE AND ALL OUTBUILDINGS NECESSARY, BESIDE A 635 Acres of the Best Land LARGE CATTLE BARN. THERE IS NO TOBACCO BARN ON THE FARM, BUT GOOD LAND WILL BUILD A GOOD BARN, THE DIFFER. ENCE 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 WAT-EREAND 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 lit. 1920; THE BALANCE IN FIVE PAYMENTS. COME AND LOOK IT OVER 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. D J. I. HAMILTON; I j The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 30. 1919 1 After 70a WHEAT GROWERS SHOULD WORK TO AVOID LOSSES TO 1920 CROP BY HESSIAN FLY H ft ffite ftffftfiM supply cigarette beyond any CAMELS experienced I contentment tasted such thine You never ! Mich refreshing, appetizing favor and coolness. The more Cumeh you stnoLc the greater becomes your delip.ht Camel aro mici a cigarette revelation ! Everything about Ccmcls you find so fascinating ii due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'lKsuy Gimcls are in a class by themselves they seem ;ui? to meet your own personal tatte in so many ways! Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e or un-- l leasant cigaretty cdor makes Camels i.irticularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Cimels ui liberally an meets your own wishea, for they never tire your taste You are always let n for the cigarette satisfaction that makes 18c. a package Camels so attractive. Smokers real-ir- e that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coupons I Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price I C.nt.. ' moH ftifr A.f.iit.. irtiV.'r - or Ion pork' of 0 inellow-tnildncs- i Mr'Ti 'IJ : FATONIC mm InitanUvnlleraHMrthtnLBIa! clCMtyFMHr. Stop food oaria. npeiting, and all ttomaeh miseria. et alwiyn Uk cr&Ftim Aot-itttuAt- m GsMdar. XaawftlaM. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaiter, Ky. NEW FARM. BULLETIN m t' vV t -- .AT J Al rtra v T Now Ready For Distribution More than SO farms deacrtbed. Get yoir name on our maillot lltt at once. Semonin - Goodman Incorporated aaaaaaaaaaaaaaasBaBaa1 Louisville, Kentucky. 5' f& V"? .': ANGUS- LAND V.'v.: Development of Hetsism Fly Frcm Egg to Adult. A Friendly Errand. rmnll Scottish nit red n iiml IHi ln' nlr nf mi nil liierut plated n Hiiin mi tin- - riiiiiilrr and n quested ii (acW.-- t of elpiretien. Tin H.I.in utter tlie pushed his Money hark to the youth i.inl ul.Awii' uinl l.uj ii msiih"'" I'liklm lip tin coin, the "nmViT" timli h. ihpiirturc, nnd In - minutes rviuriiril ullli n pa njimt rlvitmc, hli Ii he held up to the 11 r . saying miner, lnre'ii )rr num. uinl clr' irn ilirunttrsr A lr uuii .ian. ler-TneMineniie nr mine ni. mean iir nrt illnrlwl the world attintlnii ti tin merit or yMrniatle M, ran fur lln ununileil. In Henri Iliiuuiit mud s toll InR Italy nnd ttltncitked the eiirmice nf the Imtlle nf He flrRanlird nluiiteir Holfrrlnn. In lirlp lake mre nf the nniinilril. (lilt of hi work cre-the mnfuenre at lenen. In 1M.1. ami aimtlwr In IWI. Ttiev riinrereiM-were the fiirmal I.- rlnnlns nf the lied t'ro. The nnine ami Intlgnla were nilnpted. Tlie Amer- Iran Hid Cm.s wu nrgonlied by Onra i lUrton In IbSl. 11 pinn wo (Prepared ty the L'nltcil tatts Prpart-Ttif- nt ef AKritiiture.) I.nsvrs tn tin winter wheat ernp 1 In lly hn from heiii rather i.r.r'rWOO t'rf.rrfl..) e m wide Kpniiil. I.nM" nn ripnrleil In i.w.-r-C.r- . ronon Wo tlroogly toromnn1 tin Shi iiiiihIiiiiIi nml ('iiinherlnnil Init rmrlort lor Ibo hont or olfno tvppty .r. r? or who )ou rr.t.. Strnw fiillin wheat due tn Mil" In then R.J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY 'hum wn ettnuiinnly , Winiton-Salemri'tiniii when tl.n pernritiii;e nf N. C. hii-- i ery hy tin Ileliin lly ui.ilerlally I mrii - I this year. the wesleni half rireUiil from nf the MINl'pl I ;i -- 11 nlvi Inilliiile 1111 reaped iihunilaiueof the pe.t. No Remedy for Peat. tinnier nf winter wheat shniilil put lulu prni tlce nt nine lneuture uiln-lllli'- ll hy the t'llllril Sllltei ilepiirtliu ut f li;rlelllliri tn lllnid Iiimi tn the Prairie Venlon. Vulue Enhanced by Time. . ItWl trop hy tin- - lleKvlaii There litK if mii1i llt In ii iliimit t "I'araill mtlnl Julm Mm.,, -t when mice It nil tln'.v liaic In iln It Nun remedy fnr the peTin- - iilhir l.i ut yniitlili)'a fn ilnrkiHX s n Miv--liinf 11 irop nf wheat. to plinth a Imli in the rimf iml innk take ni nuitlun rixiiiiH In limlHti, i fir-Injury 11111 he preenlid Milely hy keei-th- e iiimiinl tn tret llcht. AhIiIiiihI llilk'li'. ui nf tin' Iminurtnl i . I HIT lly nut nf lliu wheat. The ilipurt-m- i ."III fnr ut expert" ay the fnlluwlm; ineth-nil- -i Wanted the Odd One. lire effeetlle: Beauty. Jullii mih uiilihliiif tit r iniithrr pnrk a lirr fnllifr'n luneli ami kept Tn Ik n ui- - limy of lirnuty ii fur llilni; tn - iliNilul frmii niurlili nr ii pirn nf tirt'inl nml huttcr. Mnthi'r STORAGE HOUSES IN urinii;lit out mi rniiMi1; M'Milat n un In ii sri-H- l hurry nml tnlil lirr tn r limy Uhiii IN nilnrs n ml hiiIIIim'k; run nml piny; tir illilu't lmi llini tn DIFFERENT SECTIONS It lull mi I in .tlnl uii I uluit lMlll nit lirr. Sn .lllllil tlie uftir nil Tin- - liiiirt fielM n llini nf lirrml nn thn tiilih there 1. in ii l loiiWInc nf niinther kind; ,.r, (Ivi uinl mlil: ".MnlliiT. iMie Insulated Potato House Is Best tlirnlisli III llinl rmlrntinient. It mi thin one ulthiiiit miy luirlniT." Adapted to South. l.c,,rH ,,.,.,.r mid nmre rcul lore linc, Whlltlrr. Toe Much to Bear. Alri'lln. Killil nlil Mr. ltlniT.rtiiii ti Aroostook Type la Distinctively a Old Brldoe Stood for Centuries. i. iiIkI,i i.u .iim,..r. "fin ,.,,imr t. Product of Maine and Confined The new l.mulnii l.rl.lce n , , , Largely to That State West M.k favr, , , , J : 1. KH. TliN rilnieil .i...' , "" ghv ,llr )nl11. Mr. Mr. I Uses Storage Cellars. 4 eelihniteil nhl hrlilji. hullt nmre thnn fri!,.t nH frnm me." elslit .Tiitiirle liefnre. It lunl Is w.llil Alm,n .u.h., nml hmkeil ilnwn ut Il'rrpareil hy die Unltnl State! Depart-ment of Acrlcultuie.) I"1" I'1"' wlh "'") .r Trn Mu, tlrr ,,IltT ol( va ""ernl frmii end tn end with lnrrM ,.nt m,. hnt I ilmrt nhject to The Insulated pnluln hnuse Is lint n the 'TnllnrV pile," ut liulldlne. tnliiK here nml running up my iimmI elenlely, um! iij a rule It hel,.., pllt IMt , ,, ,,.., , ' "'1 "f traltur were " ler adapted to feimthfrn than tn northIt wna rennn.il nn nccnunt of bon. mnrnlnc paper uway with ern cllmatcx. The cnuniractlnu feaIts obstruction to ninlKiitlnn. when he ture nf Midi 11 In hi Ii the hornii:li jhlm luniltillon of lln wall", eelllligi, donr and wlmloWM. In northern locnllnni Midi 11 Iioiim miM he hentiil hy 11 STOCK '"l iMwli Ijif 1II nnt MIW lieilt nn Ftlllhlp If pi!.- ilile tn anlil i'"!ii no. I'lnw miller M liife-ti'- tl nnd niini-i- i win ut whin pr.o ticuhie soon Registered Aberdeen An- pedally where till- uflir hurve-l- . )i..es imt luiiifn. uiiii the emwinc Cattle for sale any time . of chner and fnrace cr:iv,. mimi icnis- I.lrny all nlunliiT wheat hy hnr-- " niwlni:. ilNklni:. phiwlnc, nr ntherwle. tcrcd Poland China Hogs. Bl)4 type Plow Early and Deep, A. D. BRADSHAW, I'lniv all land tn l miuii tn winter whent 111 mrly uinl dit ply ni pxi-tlWALKER BRADSHAW. entiilltlnii-- i permit nml pnpiire 11 thor-nuthl-y pulverleil mid ennipaited Lancaster, Ky. . hed. CniiMni innNtiire nsnlnt n period nf ilrniiElit at n'eillnc time. l!e the In t miiI prnciirnhle. Keep the Mill 111 cihiiI tlllli and, mnvt InilMirliiiit of nil, miw winter wheat e during tin period ni aftvlfiif hy local fiirni ihUI-it- m or slate experiment ntnt Ions. In thee mrnFiire 'nmuiuiilty iiitlnn Is e"i'litlnl tn complete file- - FARM rus TOAD IS FRIEND OF FARMER Southern Optical Co. Incorporated Mamifacturers of Perfect-FltUn- They Are Useful Cuardlans of Growing Plants' and Vegetable Devour Many Insects. Hi i:ciieriil iinpopulnrlty, l 11 hnrmles's, lulerestlne nnd iilu:ihli ireiitiire. While the I nnd Is nfteii thniicht In he polsonoui, the lliild which mulct from a eland hehlnd Its e)e Ix not harmful tn human hollies unless It cutties In inninct with a tinder part of the hody, smli a the eje or lip. ToinN ihaiiui' their fkln periodically hy splltHns the old skin down the li.nk, peellne It off like a Jersey and suiillowlui.' It. They are also useful siiiirilliins of irrowiui: plnntH mid M'i;etiihli" since they cut nil sorti of Inseit". Their ildef weapon apilnst their enemy, the sniike. Is their ahllliy to lni!ati their hoilles In twice their uorniiil size, Hms maklni: It dltllcult' for smikei In swnllnw Ihem. Pesplti the tniul f SPECTACLES EYE AND GLASSES St ..nl ,,, I Kryptob Artifidal Eyci InTlalble Bifocal Lena ,, "'"' ,,!., 4th A Chestnut Stat, LOUISVILLE, KY. rrr,B n. leaer Built for a Purpose To serve long, hard miles of real usefulness, Fisk Tires are bigger and stronger and sturdy just to serve you more faithfully than you've been served. treads Handsome, too, with tough, black non-ski- d s. and light They are built to an ideal! side-wall- "To be the Beit Concern in the World to Work for and the Squarett Concern in Exittence to do Butineti with." Next Titnt BUY FISK Haselden Bros., Garage, Lancaster FISK TIRES fVnfrnl Cnrndp I.nnrnsfpr ..j. , Kv -- dBecker fi Ballard, BryantsvHe,Ky --- .",,! Tta-T.,- ' ' type of Monife The TO SANDY SOILS hnii.!, with enncrete nr mannry ATTENTION wiillx mid womleii Min'rMruiliire, N dUtlnrthely a iroiluct of Malm. and Very Deficient In Organic Matter and Are Subject to blowing straw iiiiitlned liirp'ly In thai Mule. It U Covering Helps. i'Xpenle and In u1iih Incated on 11 Khle hill nr knoll In nriler that ml Sandy snlls lire Aery dellelent III antaKi may he taken nf a criiutnl li'M'l eiitriiuie. matter mid are suhject ipille The litieiiients tin IIMliilly frnm S tn 12 feel deep, nml serlnusly In hlnwlm:. If such llilils are cmcicd with strnw It will prevent luiiKt of them liae a eiipiulty of ev It eral thouKiiud ImrreN. lienerally Hie this iluiiiiiL'e to a k'rent extent. only prolliiii for .eutlliitlnii In hy will iif inhl cnuslileriihle In the hutmpiloori In tlie Hour thrnimli which mus- content hy Increasliii; the organic iiintler In the soil, mid the soil will the lilllutf nf the hllii N eoiiiileteil 111111I1 hircer per cent nf mnls Hciilhlolinlly 11 M'lilllntor In found 111 hnhl tare. Cnnseinieiilly It will he fur supe the rnnf. In a soil that Is deficient In These houses, altlinuiili pructlcul in rior Jtalne, will neer MiperMih the dux-n- nrirnule mutter. Tim straw tpreadcr pit or MiiriiKe eelhir now tied In In cry priicHcal, the inlihlli and far western Mnli'n. Kadi of them Ijpes of sliirnti' hat BEST EQUIPMENT FOR GARDEN dlxtlnrtlre featiirei which peculiarly adapt II tn II" nwn emlrnnmcnt. hut No One Can Enjoy Work With Crude do tint necessarily preclude use In or Unsuitable Implements-W- ork olher InciilllleM. la Made Easy. The nrtllli hilly refrluernltil pnlatn sliirut'e hnuse i cnnlllied priictli'illly (liirilen iiulpmeiit N essential I In the ulnruire nf unrtherii crown seiil hest results In miiklni; a pirden. No see-nn- d imlatnex held In cold stiiniL'i' for oiu cnii eiijny work wllh crude or mi- crop plautlns III, the Soul It. It Is siilttihle Implements. All realize linw tlniuxht tlmt I'liiiiiiiiiully eolilslnnige ensy hard wnrk limy he with the rlcht plnnlM of tlili 1) n eiiuhl he prnlltnhly klml nf fiicllltlei for ihilne It. This Ii usiil hy I lie null hern truck KrnwerK. true III cardeii work, (Inrilen Imple-m- i nis cost sn little In comparison In PREVENT WASTAGE ON FARMS their miIiii Hint nn one can afford tn fit iiliaiu" II limit Ihem. The mitno limy ho said nf farm Implements and May Be Among Other Things There licisled ffUlpinent In ceneral. Spot! That Wash, That Overflow or Are Poorly Drained. GROWING HEALTHY CHICKENS I.nnk out fnr Hie waste ptaceK nn the farm. Some of these may he on Among Other Things Shade, Fresh Water, Clean Coops and Ventilatlehln Hint wash; mini' luiiy hi' nn the tion Are Important mcrtlnwed llehN; nnine, the prtnrly drained pliuin. The hiirnjard ma-nulinn, fie-- h Shndi, water, clean limy he wasllin;; the l;iileiiieut ennpM nml cnlnny hnuseM, and phm! helm: left out In Hie Weather In tut lui nnd pi en I) nf riKini durlnc try-Ilint The waste fnny he In t to do wllh the hatiiN what should the lilflil mi of Hie L'reille-- I In irritnir heallhy, slronc, xg In done Willi Implciuenta' aid ma hlrils. whither I hey are fol Look fur waslH eueratf aa4 chlncK. lutal, vvii or liriisllng. wasted opitortunlty, j Arim-liHik 1 lllll. Dr. J. W. WEBER CHIROPODIST FOOT 00CT0R Office Gllcher Hotel, Danville, Kentucky. The undersigned hereby give warn- all persons not to trespass upon lur lands for any purpose whatever Is we will prosecute all offenders to Ike fullest extent of the lav. Hunt ers and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, It. L. Elkln. Mrs. Emma Daniels, K. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hacklcy, Mrs. Emma Hicginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. S. C. nigsby. . . ' 0, M. Anderson. Ii. U Barker B. I. Kelley. J. C. Rigsby. Thompson and Tracy nt to POSTED The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 30, 1919. Double Header Public Auction 105 ACRES Garrard's Best? TWO AND ONE-HAL- F Sale of Splendid City Property, Thursday, Nov. 6th At 2:00 O'Clock, P. M. W. MILES FROM LANCASTER ON RICH 0. WALKER'S ELEGANT STANFORD HONE AND CHOICE BUILDING LOTS This splendid home is located right at the intersection of Hustonvilte and Danville Avenues, in the City of Stanford and extends to the street in the rear. It has street frontage on three sides and no better located piece of property in the city, in A-- l condition and an exceedingly desirable place o live. y residence of eight The improvements consist of an elegant rooms, large reception hall and large hall above; bath room fully equipped; two beck porches; spacious veranda all around the front; city water and lights; large double cellar; concrete floors. Nice double garage with concrete floor and shed. Good barn about 30x30, five boxed stalls; good crib, etc; nice chicken house. Spacious lawn; beautiful shade trees; plenty of nice fruit. Also a nice four-roohouse on the property. Several choice building lots. You cannot bc.-- .t this property for location, neighborhood,- - close to school, etc. You will be pror.d to call this place HOME. Some ore is going to own it for the "High Dollar." De sure and look this one over and there is no doubt about your bidding on it. two-stor- MOND PIKE, AT AUCTION MONDAY, NOV. 3rd AT 10: A.M. THE C. R. BARNETT (HIATT) FARM, LEVEL TO GENTLY ROLL ING LIMESTONE LAND, OVER 30 ACRES IN BLUE GRASS SOD, TWO NICE RESIDENCES THURSDAY, OF EWALT GIVENS THE FIRST TIME UP FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR AND SUBDIVIDED. acres with one extra good 7 room two story frame residence, beautiful shade trees, large orchard of prime bearing trees, two barns, springs and pools, well fenced into a number of fields. Such tracts, quality of land, improvements and location are seldom offered at price and you can buy more. Sixty-fiv- e NOVEMBER 6. At 10:30 A. M. Located corner Main and Whitley Streets in Stanford, Kentucky. House No. 1 Now occupied by Rev. P. L. Bruce, has six rooms; reception hall; fully equipped bath room; city lights and water; small garden; concrete cellar; coal house; etc. Good size lot; beautiful shade; concrete walks and an exceedingly desirable place to live. House No. 2 Now occupied by V. T. Beck. Has five rooms and an extra large reception hall; bath ready to be equipped. City lights and water. This dwelling is practically new. Good barn of seven stalls; good garden, etc. Concrete walks. Good frontage on Whitley street. A nifty place to live. YOU ARE GOING TO SEE A BIG ADVANCE IN CITY PROPERTY EVERYWHERE. It has already started at other places and the people are be-- , ginning to wake up here. Ask your building contractor about building material and see what he tells you. You cannot miss it on either of these' properties. Be sure and attend these sales. A fine chance to secure a good home and invest ment property. For full particulars see, write or phone Balance of about 40 acres with long pike frontage and toward Lancaster with excellent building sites right on the pike will be offered in tracts. Col. hughes John & B. Dinwiddie on the Block. Mccarty. D. A. Thomas. REAL ESTATE, RAT-SN- AP "Roy Schooler. LANCASTER, KY. Sun-cla- STANFORD, KY, Phone 180. mm OF Mr. anil Mrs. John Clark enter- lars which was for the benefit of the Orphan Home. tained several of their friends KILLS RATS in honor of her sister. Mrs. I.onzv Hro. Prank Tinder delivered an inprevent' Shear. Alio mice. Absolutely teresting sermon at S)camore school One package odors from carcass. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Traiey und Sunday afternoon, us were glad to comes in beautiful little daughter, Sallic proves this. have him with us again. cakes no mixing with other food. spmt Sunday with Mr V, M. James Foster and son, Stanley, motGuaranteed. I.OIIR ored to Silver Creek Sundjy and enough for Tan-tr25c site (1 The I'ie Supper at Scamore Sat- were the pleasant guests of Mr and Kitchen or cellar. urday night amounted to fifty dol .Mrs Marshall Ka)birrn (2 c.k.i) for Chicken 50c, si House, coops, or small buildings. $1,00 iiie (5 cakes) enough for storage all farm anil buildings or fuitory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by Mc Roberta Drug Store and Haelden Hros. RAT-SN'A- P Mar-gjcii- ck) Personal Property As Administrator of the estate of the late C. R. Henry, I will on adv. JUDSON. t. Taxpayers of Kentucky You Want 1 Saturday, November 8th AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Sell to the highest and best bidder the following personal property his late home on Paint Lick creek, three miles of Paint Lick and two at miles of Kirksville. One Roan cow and calf; One Jersey Cow; One two year old red steer; Three weanling calves; one bay horse, five years old; One bay Saddle mare; One two year old filly; One weanling mare mule; Ten yearling mules, all good ones, seven mares and three horses; One Ford automobile in good condition; One two horse farm wagon; One two horse Cultivator; One Tobacco Setter and other farming tools; One man's saddle, good as new, Buena Vista; One pair of Page Wire Fence stretchers; One pair of Hemp Scales; one Emery grind stone; One good Corn Shelter; One lot of Hill Onions; Some Household and Kitchen furniture. About 50 barrels corn at heap. Lot of Sugar Cane in Shock. TERMS All sums $20.00 and under, cash in hand; over that amount negotiable note, due March 1st, 1920, without interest. Mrs. Klbert Preston is ill at this writing. Mr. Daniel Itlack bought a horse last week from Mr. I,. V. Smith. Mr. William Illack bought a fine cow last week of Mr. James Hicks. Mr Luther Smith bought a irood horse from Mr lliirriion Kay last w eek, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gay were the guest of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. to: IF Reduce the State debt, 2 - Give the school children a square deal, 3 Protect the school book buyers, 4 -- Raise the teachers' salaries, 5 - Get action in the Harkness case, 6 Get rid of special attorneys in the Bingham case, 7 Stop the leaks in the public treasury, 8 Rescue the asylums and penitentiaries from partisan politics, 9 Root out the Rotators, 10 End waste and extravagance, 11- - Clean house at Frankfort, and Mm. Gcorjre Naylcr, Mr. and Mrs. Lanu spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. John Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wulton are rejoicing over the arrival of n fine-bout their home on the 10th. Thornwim .Mr. nnd Mrs. James were the guests Sunday of hir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Clark. of Mr. Porter McCreary Friend arc glad to know he is able to be out again nfter several weeks illness. Mr. und Mrs. James Hicks and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sparks. Mrs. Lane, Mr. mid Mrs. Felix .Mr. Une. Thn Vote For Morrow and the MILTON WARD, Admr. C APT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. j S OF SICKNESS. FORERUNNERS Indigestion und constipation ure the forerunners of halt the Ills of mankind. When food Is properly digested, you are free from billious-nes- s, gus, bloating, sick headache, sour stomach coated tongue. Foley Cathartic Tablets cleanse the bowels, sweeten the stomach and Invigorate the liver. K. E. McItOBERTS, Druggist. L adv. Straight Republican Ticket Election Day, Tuatday, Nov. 4 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 30, 9 i 9 1 3 TO PURCHASE Any piece goods, i OS TO PURCHASE THAT New Suit, Coat or Dress SI m v Hi! Iht Arch TO PURCHASE YOUR -- while our stocks are running over with the newest and best models at the right prices. a. ..ia &m Shoes while our stock is underwear, hos- complete with merchandise at iery, or wearing apparel that you the right prices and before we might need while our stock is comare forced to replenish our plete with the correct styles and stock with higher priced shoes. sizes. The Joseph Mercantile 60. House of Quality. See our Beautiful Line of Comforts and Blankets. 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 Jlits Pearl Crutchficld was in Danville visiting relatives, Wednesday Mrs. J. W. Creech of Hichmond, was the guest of .Mrs. Mary Lutz, and Mrs. C. F. Moore, this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Clultey were guests for the day, last Wednesday, of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Romans. Miss Sallie I.nu Myers ii.the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Withers, on the Lexington road. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O DealJHouse. Mm. J. II. Shaw, of near Frankfort, Is the guest of her schoolmate, Mrs. J. R. Mount. spent C, brother of the groom, will be best .Mrs. Harry 0. Crutchficld Saturday in Danville with her neice man. Ushers include Messrs ,Robt J. Walker, A. K. Burnnm, Jr., Senator Mrs. Charles Itochrs. Chas. II. Knight of Louisville John .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hiatt and S. Cleghorn of Atlanta, Georgia, K. of Stanford, nnd Mr. C. tawson, Lieut. II. G. Donivan, of Mrs. llelle Hiatt Harry Hiatt and Mr. Itlchard Orr of New York City. The bride will be Howling Green, spent Monday with given in marriage by her brother, Mr. and Mrs Harry (I. Crutchlield. Forestus Held Lear, of Middlesboro, Masters F. Rf.id Lear Jr., will be ring Mr. and .Mrs. .immcr leave this and B. M. Jl., will act us tra'n week for Benton Harbor Mich., where bearer nephews of the bride. they expect to locate. They will be bearer Miss .Mamie Stormes Dunn enter- Gossip About People v? A Mrs. Lettle Ware is visiting her grand-daughteMrs. Buckner Spindle at Norfolk Virginia. Mrs. CI. I. Hughes, of PalmetU. Georgia, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Dollie Brown. - Itfkl Mention of tn Coming, and Going, byThoM Wt An Intcrtilid In. ft Miss Lillie Noel of Danville is (tinir tanraster friends. a business trip in Ilutlcr Ga. vis- Mrs. Randolph Harris has returned from n visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Pcpples in Covington. . It will be very gratifying tj the many friends of Mrs. James II. Ham ilton to know she is at home after a ha been with Mr. Ida Tinley for Mr, and Mrs. John S. Baughman stay at the Danville and Iloyle couny several day. and son, Ilranham, of Danville, were Hospital, where she underwent an Mr. C. C. Brown, of Louisville, is guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I.ulli- - operation. and er (libbs. the guest of Misses Martha Helen Hill. .Miss Lucilc tackcy, one of J. K. .Mrs, Kniniii Iligginbotham has "reDiekerson's popular and efficient of Tulsa, turned from a visit to Mrs. Belle sales-ladieHon. W. h William is quite ill at her home Oklahoma, is spending several days Hunuide ami Mrs. tarry Jones in on' Danville street. Miss Lackey's Frankfort. in Lancatter. numerous friends nre wishing for her .Mrs. Martha FrisCie is the truest, of .Mrs. F. P. Frisbie will be Joined a quick recovery. Mrs. E. I- - Owsley at her room on by her husband in Norfolk Vn., this Mrs. Km ma tamson, Mrs. Harry Danville avenue. ueek where they will visit relatives Personettc, .Miss Stella Itice, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Itlce, who have been vis Mr. Sam Harri. of Louisville, ha and frieiiUs. king Mrs. A. A. Ii. Marksbury and been visiting his parents,, Judge and Friends of Mrs. Ida Tinsley will be Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton, returned Mrs. K. W. Harris. glad ti learn that she Is improving, Wednesday to Hichmond, Indiana. Carlton after her recent illness, and we hope Messrs S. A. Walker and Capt. Ed Dishman and Mrs. Dish- Klkin have been spending the week- she will soon regain her usual good Her son, Mr. Homer Tinsley man and son, Mrs. William Durnside, end with their families, returning on health. Monday to Winchester where they arrived Sunday from Dixon, and is all of Itarbuurville and Mrs. Hum- side's grand-daughteMiss Cecil now with her. have a sale on. Hjrley, of K. C. W., Danville, have guests this week of Misses Kate been and Lillian Kinnnird. Miss Edna Berkele, who teaches in Mt. Sterling, is at home for the John-se- n Mr. James Smith is visiting her Ilourne wedding. tister, .Mr. Jem-- Arnold in FrankMrs. Elizabeth Hughes has returnfort. V ed from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. .Mr. ami Mr- -, II. II. Price, uf Dan-vill- J. W. Acey In Stanford. "pent Monday with Mini Jennie Mrs. J. I!. Mount and Miss Joan tackey. Mount have returned from a visit to Miss Alberta Anderson ha return- friends near Frankfort. Sheeley in ed from a visit to Ml Mrs. I.ouis Landram, Mr. Fisher Chicago. Herring, Mr. ami Mm. Clay Sutton were in Danville Monday. Rev. C. I). Strothor ha returned from a visit to his parent In Camp- anil Jean Misses Bessie Itlchard btllsville. Patrick, of Stanford, were guest of II. Mnson, Monday. of Mrs. W. Baughman Mrs. Ktlie Dunn Stanford, visited Mr. W. It. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs, Mrs. L. Tuesday. Gibbs Illanton and .Miss Klizabctls Herbert Preston of Louisville were visitors in Danville Monday. accompanied by Miss Mary Kist, who has been with them here for n numThey leave with the ber of years. best wishes of lots of friends, whom they haveall made during thier stay They will take charge in tancastcr. Clayle Doty has returned from Mr. of the I) wan Hotel at Kenton Harbor. a few days stay at Crab Orchard Spring where he was the guest of Mr. A. D. Ilrudshaw loft yesterday Mr. J. Fleece ISohinson. for Smithshire Illinois, to remain for He will return In Mr. George Harris, of Atlanta, (!a, several months. prehas returned home after a visit to his the early part of the year and Aberdeen-Angu- s parents. Judge and Mrs. K. W. Har- pare for another big sale to be held in Louisville on ris, on Maple avenue. February '26th. Next July ho tells and- - valid-daughte- r, us he will hold n "humdinger" sale in Mrs. W. S. Ilourne Miss F.lln Mae limine, Lancaster, when some of the finest were guests last week of .Mr. and blood of this strain that cer went Mrs. John Underwood at Diinvi'.l?. under the hammer will be sold. Mrs. F. II. Mnrkshury, Misses Martha and Helen Gill and Misses Jane and Mary Doty were visitors in Lexington, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Stormes have h:pl as guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. William Woods, Misses Jessamine and Lilly Mae Hemphill of Nicholasville. Mrs. l.oula C. Johnson entertained Sunday evening at a dinner party in honor of her daughter. Miss Florence Johnson. The table was beautifully dceorated and the affair was a most delightful one. Those present were Mrs. F.liza Blaine, of Stanford Dunn, Ann Misses Mamie Stormes was entertained Wednesday at a din Buckman, ner by Mrs. J, IE. .Mount. It was a llracket Owens, Martha Bradley Allcne Fratman, .Messrs niort enjoyable 'affair as shu met n Bourne, Gus Dunn, T. J. Price, Willie number of her old pupils and school Mac Elliott, Billy Mason and Allen mates. Johnson. Mrs, II. A. I!. Mnrksbury, Kmmn Lnmson, Mrs. Harry Person. ette, Mrs. Louis tandram, Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Kice formed a motor party to Stanford and Crab Orchard Springs. Mr?. knew cf their intention of marrying so soon. Miss Sebastian is the beautiful and charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sebastian of near She is exceedingly popular and will make tho deserving young man a helpmate in everything that the word implies. Mr. Mobcrley is the youngest son of Mr. William Mobcrley and is one of Garrard's progressive young farmers. We wish for them a happy future. tained on Saturday afternoon from four to six o'clock in honor of Miss Florence Johnson, the bride to be. The handsome suburban home was in autumn beautifully decorated leaves, ferns and Hallow'een devices. The dining room was particularly attractive, the round dining table was covered with a lace cloth and had for pumpkin its center piece a large basket tilled with scarlet sage. There the guests were served to a delightful luncheon of hot chocolate, fruit cake and yellow sponge cake. The dim candle light nnd grinning pumpkin lanterns gave all the weirdness of a Halloween occasion. In the' receiving line w ith Miss Dunn, who was gowned in blue and gold brocaded georgette with a touch of coral, were Miss Johnson, with n charming costume of dark blue georgette with bands of black velvet and pearls. Miss Martha Buckman, of Henderson, wore a gown of white georgette with beautiful lace as a garneture, and Miss Anne Bracket Owens, of Paducah, was gowned in a lovely bhick georgette over silver and trim med in silver and chenille. Other guests from a distance were .Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, of Richmond and Mrs. R. M. Newland, of Stan ford. More than forty guests enjoy ed the hospitulity of the afternoon. Miss Lcavy Dunn has returned from a visit to friends In Bryants-villeBuena Vista and Marccllus. Mrs. Klizabeth Simmons, of Rich mond, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lcula C. Johnson. Classified Column RATESi Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. 1 FOR SALE: Old fashioned square piano. Miss Jennie Lackey. 30-2- t. FOR SALE: Twenty-tw- o head of nice feeding cattle. ' 30-2- t. Erie C. Farra. FOR SALE: Heating Stove, rugs, table, chairs and many other things. Phone 397. Fannie B,ishop;. Any one desiring some nice rooms Mr. PREPARE FOR WINTER 4c per lb. 1,000 pounds Fine Cabbage, only 500 bushels Large Northern Potatoes only $2.25 bu. 100 Gal extra good Country Sorghum only $1.50 gal. 50 gal. Best House Paint only 500 rods 4 ft. 6 in stay fence only $3.00 gal. 65 c. rod. I s 11 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Oaks, have recently heard from their son, IM. who left here a few day at;o r.nd has accepted a position with a large burr.ianufactuier in Colunfbus Ohio. nt Kd is an artist in this line of work und 1)1 friend here ut home arc glad to hea,r of his success. Mr. Lee Arnold who. has been nwny for several year in the service of his country, paid a visit to the "home folks" last Sunday Just for the day, Lee has certainly seen some active service since his enlistment, going through most of the heavy fighting on tho front in the great war. He is now a member of tht famous First Division stationed at Camp Taylor and his friends hope to see him In Lancaster oftener. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. i 9 i Miss Fannie Bishop is disposing of somo of her effects including some of bygone furniture and bric-a-brdays and delightfully quaint engrav hand-mad- e intra and prints. In a frame of the period is a picture of Jefferson Davis and the members of his cabinet an interesting decora tion for the rooms of some chapter of the U. D. C. There is also a U. S. Cartridge case carried by the Announcement. Union Soldier of '01, w"lilch would Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cox, announce worthily occupy ti place in a cabinet of relics in some of the club rooms the engagement of their daughter, Jennie Kathleen to Mr. Harry Marof our own town. son Scott, of Lincoln county, the Mrs. l.oula C. Johnson will give a wedding to take place early in Novdinner Friday evening at her home ember. on Richmond Avenue in honor of the Shower For Bride. wedding party of Miss Florence Johnson and Mr. Bradley Mesdames II. C MeWhorter. I!. II Bourne, whoso marriage will take place Sat Hamsev and J. B. Monteomerv will urday evening at 8 o'clock nt the be hosts nt the home of Mrs. II. G. Christian church. following MeWhorter, at a linen shower to be The compose the party, Misses Mamie given Friday afternoon In honor of Stormes Dunn, Florence Ilrown, of .Miss Mary hlizabeth Lear. InvitaPnducah, Thelnm Wright, of Cyn- - tions have been Issued to over u hun thinna, Dodo Bourne, Kdnn llerkele, dred guests. bridesmaids; Robert Klnnalrd, Allen ANNOUNCEMENT. Johnson, Paul Klliott,' Class Carrier, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Lear of Paint Tom Klmore, Keevil Wallingford, of Cynthiana, ushers; Mr. Robert Byers, Lick, Ky., announce tho engagement of Lexington, best man; Mr. Iris of their daughter, Mary Klizabeth to McKenzie Davison, Chandler, of Corydon, soloist; Miss Major Amy Dawes, violinist, and Mrs. May United States Army Retired, of wedding Illinois. The will Hughes Noland, organist. take place early in November. Miss Tho wedding plans of Miss Mary Lear is well known in Lancaster und Klizabeth Lear und Major Franklin throughout the State as one of the McKenzie Davison United States most attractive nnd beautiful girls of Army Retired, of Chicago, Illinois, Central Kentucky, und the daughter will take place November l.lth nt 4 of tt Confederate soldier of promiP. M. at the Paint Lick Presbyterian nence and wealth. church the Rev. Dr. Telford of Rich mond, officiating. Miss Alma Hays Sebastian-Moberle- y. Lear, sister of the bride will be the maid of honor, and the brides maids The marriage of Mr. William Jas-pwill be Miss Bessie Moore of Augusta Moberley to Mis Grade SebasGeorgia, Miss Kathcrino McCall, of tian, took place In Lancaster, last Boston, Mass Mis Helen Morris of Saturday afternoon, the ceremony Louisville Miss Hilary Melton by Rev, C. I). of being performed Klizabethtown. Matron of honor, Strother of this city. This marriage Mr. Charles II. Knight of Louisville Is the culmination of a hippy courtand Mrs. K. C. Lisle, Winchester. ship of many month, yet was a sur Col. D. C. Davison of Washington I). prise to their many friends, for few either furnished or unfurnished with all conveniences, close to public square, see Mrs. Ida Tinsley, on Stanford street. FOR SALE: A new Remington Typewriter. Used only a few weeks and In perfect condition. Apply at this office. The price will please you. tf. FOR SALE: Heating stove, chif- fonier. Bookcase and table. Bed, Chairs, Matting, Kitchen table, vinegar barrel. Phone 7. Miss Kate Kinnaird. Notice. The firm of Davidson and Yater luiving disolvcd, those indebted to said firm are requested to settle their accounts at once. 23-2- t. Davidson and Yater. Notice To Public. You are hereby warned not to em ploy either of my boys, James or William, as they arc only 14 years of I. K. Mills, ige. . Richmond Ky. Announcement. Kmmett V, Puryear und Sanders K. Clay announce that, they have formed u partnership, for tho practice of law in the State and United States Courts, under tho firm name of Puryear & Clay, with offices at Danville, Kentucky. Beautiful Home For Sale. Having decided to move to Woodford county next year, I wish to sell privately my present residence on Richmond street. It Is a ten room bungalow, practically new, with every modern convenience. Possession January 1st. t. Mr. Loula Johnson. 1 Th e Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 30, 191 9. I I H H H III 1 1 1 1 1 1 BwMwl VMVMVJ bbi bibb bbb bibiJ bibiI bibb I II 1 1 1 I - hbi! bmbh AbmI bibI bibI bmbmI Wfl' I ' bibi bmbmI bmbmI bib bib bibb bibb bibI bYbV bYbYi bVAbYbV l 11 111 E H bbb bbb! 663 bbb!bW. at auction. , ACRES IN ALL AT jlktaBB bW ""bbbbbbbBb... miBbbbb bW-- b "LAND HUNGER IS STILL UNSATISFIED." But few farms can now be purchased either privately or Swinebroatl This may be your last opportunity. is the only man in the bmir.cjJ who has offered a scries of sales in the same neighborhood, so as to give buyers an opportunity to attend and look over the different farms it the least expense. I have refused to offer at auction almost as' many farms as I have sold. Why? Because I know land values and will not offer at public sale any farm unless the owner is willing to absolute! y "turn loose" or "turn, loose" at a price which will justify the .buyers to bid. This is one of the reasons Swinebroad always sells and the bidders fix the price. These farms are lo cated in the very.best belt in Mercer county. front and back porches, cistern in back porch. 10 acre tobacco barn, large stock barn 40 x 70, with 14 foot shed. Cow barn with 10 stalls. 2 silos, Garage and all necessnry out build ings. Plenty of fruit of all kinds. 5 room tenant house. Farm null fenced and watered by springs :ihd concrete troughs. Wrll be sold on easy terms. At the same time Mr. Curd will sell the following per sonal property: 50 hend of hogs, 10 sows and (55 pigs; 1 Per cheron horse, one good work horse, one harness mare, 4 work mules, 2 year old mare mule, 10 fine jerseycows, 5 fresh, 2 year old jersey heifer, 2 yearling jersey heifers, 2 year old Aberdeen Angus bull; registered jersey bull; Wagons, mowers, plows, FARMING IMPLEMENTS: harrows, Blizzard cutting box, 8 H. P. gasoline engine, sorghum mill and evaporator, 14 hives of bees. Don't forget this farm will sell, and don't forget we sell the Conn Farm first on this date. We will have a gqod dinner for you here. high dollar in two tracts, one tract of about "0 or 40 acres anil the other tract of 100 to 110 acres, both tracts fronting on pike. Don't fail to look this one over. At the same time Mr. GillWpie will sell a lot of stock and farming implements, consisting in part 11.4 follows: Good work horse, pair of 4 year old mare mules, pair of 5 year old mare mules, yearling filly, good milk cow, 3 fat heifers, yearling e wagons, 1 steer, weanling calves, 2 new wagon, binder, mowing machine, tobacco setter, corn planter, V feed cutter, plows, harrows, harness, etc. Liberal Terms. Remember the double header on this1 date. The .lone Farm above sells first anil then we sell the Gillispie Farm. Meet us at the Jones Farm at 10 o'clock. two-horsone-hor- FARM NO. 1. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 10:00 o'clock A. M. FARM NO. 5. 10 TMESDAY, o'clock. NOV. 11. FARM 15 NO: 3. SATURDAY, NOV. 8. miles from Bur- gin, 2 miles from Shakertown. This is part of what is known .ns the "Wilder Farm" recently purchased by J. A. Conn. Mr. Conn has decided to keep his home in Garrard County, therefore, this farm is for sale to the "High Dollar." Land is level, very fertile and in high state of cultivation. 25 acres sown to rye, 15 acres in corn and tobacco this year, ready to plow next year. Balance of farm in blue grass. Right on the pike. Beautiful yard and frontage to pike. Large shade trees. Farm is divided into six fields, well fenced and well watered. IMPROVEMENTS: 7 room bungalow, with two porchbarn, garage, tenant house, all necessary es, stock out buildings. Cistern at the house and also at the barn. It is hard to find a little tract like this just as good or just as desirable. Remember, we are going to sell it, 84 ACRES IN THIS LITTLE FARM. Just the size farm you have been looking for. Will be sold in one tract. Be on hand promptly at 10 o'clock, Friday, November 7th, as it won't take us long to sell this one. THIS IS THE DAY Or ONE OF THE DOUBLE HEADERS.', Immediately after the sale of this farm we will go to the . Curd Farm, nearby for dinner, and sell Mr. Curd's farm stock, etc. and-tobacc- o Ou the Burgin and Shakertown Pike, 10:00 o'clock, sharp. 102 ACRES for J. W. Jones, one quarter of a mile from the Danville and Shakertown pike, good, level road from pike, 3 miles from Burgin, G miles from Harrodsburg, 2 miles front This is one of the best little farms I have offered Shakertown. year. The land has been well taken care of and for sale this can all be cultivated, no waste land. 25 acres in wheat, 7 acres in rye, balance in grass and clover. Land is level and gently rolling. Mr. Jones recently purchased a larger farm, therefore, offers this for sale and somebody "may get a bargain as it is going to sell to .the high dollar. Terms very liberal. Possession January 1st. 8 room cottage, 3 porches, stock IMPROVEMENTS: barn, tobacco barn and all out buildings. Well fenced and everlasting water. One of thtbest springs in the County. If you want a farm that will pay fbr itself this is the farm to buy. There will be no knockers on this farm as every body says that it is a good one. After the sale of this 102 acres for Mr. Jones we will go We will have a good dinner at to the Gillispie farm near-bGillispie Farm. the y. FARM NO. 2. SAME DATE. NOVEMBER 7. FRIDAY, FARM NO. 4. SATURDAY, NOV. 8. Just after the sale of the Jones Farm'above. , Just after the sale of the Conn farm. 125 acres for A. W. Curd. Located on the Curd Pike, 4 miles North of Burgin, 3 miles from Shakertown, close to the Shawnee Run Baptist Church. The farm where Mr. Curd has raised his fine jersey cows. This farm is well located, well improved and in a high state of cultivation. Just ready for some one to make a lot of money on. You will never be sorry a minute if you buy his farm. Now, is the time to buy a farm and good ones are getting harder to find every day. This farm wilt be subdivided and. 35 acres sold with the tenant house, 65 acres with the main dwelling. The other 25 acres so it can be attached to either tract. IMPROVEMENTS: They are splendid. An well built 5 room cottage, with hall, concrete basement, v te We will sell for A. Gillispie 142 acres of high class land, well improved and a beautiful place to live. Right on the Shakertown and Burgin pike, right at the town of Shakertown. In passing everybody says "What a pretty place". "Wonder who lives there"? And we wonder how we persuaded Mr. Gillispie to sell. But some buyer will get the benefit of our persuading Mr. Gillispie to sell this dandy little farm. It has a beautiful frontage on the pike, an 8 room dwelling, 2 porches, equipped with electric lights, tobacco brn, stock barn, double crib, 2 tenant houses. 75 acres Jn grass, 20 acres in wheat, Write for catalogue. Call'either Moss or Swinebroad balance for corn. Splendidly watered by wells, cistern and pond. Remember, we are selling land' in the best belt in Mer- any morning about breakfast time. Phone 384-or 174, cer County. This 142 acres will be subdivided and sold for the Lancaster Exchange. F 210 acres for G. W. Baker. Location: On the Buster miles from Burgin. (5 miles from Danville. 5 miles Harrodsburg. from IMPROVEMENTS: 2 story 8 room dwelling, with hall and 3 porches, cellar, furnace and water works. Electric line in front of house, all that is necessary is to attach. A modern and comfortable home 100 yards from pike. Front yard and grass lawn to pike. Also 2 tenant houses, 2 tobacco barns, (15 acres), 1 stock barn, other out buildings, 2 orchards, watered by well, cistern, concrete troughs and tank. 50 acres in wheat. 10 acres in rye. -5 acres in orchard grass and blue grass. 75 acres young clover. 20 acres second year clover, 30 acres stubble. Land almost level and verv fer tile. Just the kind of a farm you have always wanted. This farm is in a high state of cultivation. If you do not take advantage of this opportunity you will regret it. Here is one you will buy for "keeps". Will be subdivided and sold in three tracts, 2 tracts of 50 acres each and one tract of 1 10 acres'. Or we will sell you just the number of acres you may desire. Remember "You Must be Satisfied." ALSO REMEMBER THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE SALE, WITHOUT RESERVE OR LIMIT. Mr. Baker has bought another farm atid he told Swine broad and Boliver Bond to absolutely sell this one to the high dollar. Liberal Terms. Dinner on the Ground. At the same time Mr. Baker will also sell a lot of per sonal property, consisting of hogs, cattle, horses, mules, and ' farming implements. Make an appointment with us and look at these farms before day of sale. For further particulars inquire of J. A. Conn. Lancaster, Ky., J. W. Jones, phone No. 121 1, Burgin Exchange, A. Gillispie, at his farm, post office address Harrodsburg, A. W. Curd, Burgin, Ky., G. W. Bakr, Burgin. Ky.. Boliver Bond and Son, Versailles, Ky., or Pike, 1 '- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man W, E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Oct 30. 1 99 1 WISH "Make Hay While the Sun Shines." 0 If you haven't gotten Our line of stoves is the best that is made. They are Don't forget we have ! i i i : We are having warm weather now but winter is sure to come. that new heating stove; you are failing tp make hay while the sun is shining. so constructed that they burn every bit o your coal. Remember we can save 25 per cent of your coal bill. the MAJESTIC and FAVORITE Ranges which do you want? NEW COFFEE ROASTER. Our new Coffee Roaster is going fine. . You can get fine fresh crisp roasted coffee every day. ,It is certainly fine and' you are missing a rare treat if you are not using it. WHY PAY MORE. Sugar, per lb. Dolly Varden Flour 11c. .$1.40 :ioc FURNITURE! FURNITURE! We are doing our best to keep a Complete stock of Furniture, but with present market conditions, it is a hard task. Our assortment, however, is by i Fresh Roasted Coffee Keans, Red, per lb. Lenox Soap, large size .05c. 05c. far the largest in Central Kentucky. Our prices are right and the furniture at We have Rugs, Coles and Moores DO YOU LIKE PEANUT BUTTER? You can "Save a glance will show you the high quality. the' Differ- Heaters, Majestic and Favorite Ranges. Linoleums, new. stock of China, Lamps, Pianos, Victrolas, Davenettes we invite you to visit us. In WE MAKE the best there totell you about it. SUNK IS FINK. Is. Just usk our Grocery ence" by trading Grocery Department. with our fact we have almost anything you want Ready-TO-Wea- r. MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. We have the biggest values in men's suits and overcoats that can be found in Rerea. Every man will find just what is best suited to his likes and at a price that will appeal to his common sense. We ulso have a complete stock of Hats, Caps, Shoes, Shirts, etc. V WIRE FENCE. build new 55c. SOc. We have, a new line of Dresses, Suns, Coats, Shirtwaists, Underwear, etc. We can please you with quality and price. Now is a good time to repair and fence. 4 ft. No. 9, Top and Bottom 4 ft. all No. 9 HAY BAILING WIRE 9?ixl5 only $1.75 Shoe and Harness Repair Shop. Our shop is going fine and is doing excellent work. Ilring ybuc old shoes to us and have them made as good as new. Had weather will soon be here and then you will want shoes ROOFING Our prices are lower than others.' 11. Slate Colored, per sq. 90 Rest Galvanized U WAGONS. 3.25 $0.25 2:!'t complete, only ... that do not leak. THE NEXT SHIPMENT WILL RE HIGHER. , $125.00 WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE "KENTUCkY'S. GREATEST STORE." BEREA, KENTUCKY. Use. the Phone and "Save the Difference. BEREAr KENTUCKY. Br The Central Record, Lancaster, BRADSHAW Ky. Thursday, Oct 30 '1 9 19. i MIL I I Mr. J M. Sanders ntslndod church nt Salem Sunday. Mr. S. M. l'rewitt has been n re cent visitor here. have Mr? and Mrs. Frank Davis been visiting here. Miss I.imla Sanders was with Mrs. Susan Broaddus Friday night. Mr. Brandenburg bought Mr. Bur ten Sanders cattle nt 07 cents. Mr. Grant Sanders sold to Mr, Hugh Gaylc, his cattle price 08 cents, Mr", and Mrs. Clay Hardin have been visiting relatives in Jessamine, Miss Mabel J'rultt was the guest of Miss I.lnda Sanders Tuesday night, Mrs. Daniel Kast was u guest of Mr. and Mrs. Iinscom l'rewitt Sun day. Mr and Mrs L. W. Wnrnioth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom War moth. Mr. and Mrs . Virgil Sebastian and little son, f pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Merin Lone Mrs. Sallie Hurt and Christine Mbberley spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse East. Chester Amon Broaddus spent the Mrs. night with his grand-mothe- r Susan Broaddus, recently. Mrs. C. C. Pruitt and daughter, s Ruth Cameron, nVe spending a with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Creech. Mr. and Mir. Jesse East and daughters, Martha and Flora 1)., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mer in Long. This week has been a little rainy, and the majority of the people are wishing it would stop, as much as they wished it would rain during. our Bilious? Take NR Tonight etler mn tale Nature's Rsmtfy I Than Calami. Cleans Out SytMm k Without Orlif. Haaaahe. Crantaad. rtllloui attacks, constipation. sick tiradaclies. etc., are In the srwit majority or caafa due to dlceatlra troubla and rio reaaonabla rrson ran aspect to obtain rut or lasting Jwnaflt until the causs l corrected. Tablets) Is a Natura's FUmady (Nit vejatalie compound that acta on th atumach. liver, bowel, and kidneys. Ins purpose being to bring: about healthy and harmonious action of all the onrans of digestion and elimination. It art, promptly and thoroughly, yet so mildly and Kently that thero la never tlio allghtcat griping- or Nature's I, not all. l!ut that benert-clRemedy (Nil Tableta) have effect upon the entire body. Hy lmproilm the proceaa of digestion nourishment and assimilation, the blood quality la ta derived from food, the enriched. vitality la Increased ond the strengthened. whole Once you iret" your body In this plendld condition, you need not take medicine every day Just take an Mt Tablet occasionally when Indlgeitlon, blllousneas and constipation threatens, and you can alaraya feel your beat. Remember keeping well la eaaler and cheaper than getting well. (let a ;5o box of Natura'a Remedy (NR Tableta) and try It. It ta aold. guaranteed and recommended by your druggist. BRYANTSVILLE Rev. G. S Conant made a business trip to Frankfort Monday. Mr John Spealee wns in Lexington Monday to see Dr. Murphy. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. J.I 11. Edwards Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curtis spent Friday with his uncle Mr T. J. Curtis of Richmond. Mr B. II. Halcomb enjoyed quite an interesting fox race near Crab Orchnrd Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Taylor a number of guests from Ilereu and Nicholnsvillv Sunday. Miss Ida Kerby, teacher of the private school, at Marcellus, spent the week end nt her home In Richmond. Mrs. B. A. Dawes tins returned Hospital, home from the Danville where she successfully underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis and Margaret, and daughters, Martha were visiting in Louisville nnd last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dean, Miss Stella Mae Grow and Mr. Curtis San-for- d Saturday were In Lexington night for the show. Mrs. .Maggie Parr, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fannie Bryant, for several weeks returned to her home in Indiana, Friday. Dr. Mingledorf nnd wife of spent Sunday with Rev. and Dr. Mingledorf Mrs. G. R. Conant. occupied the pulpit both morning and evening. Friends of Miss Mury Lou Measle of Louisville, are glad to hear that the will soon return nnd resume her of former position as book-keepthe bank. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rankin had as their guests, Sunday, David Rankin and family, D. F. Rankin and family of Marcellus, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rankin of Crnb Orchard, Mr. ter, Mr. and Mrs. .Givens and family and Mrs. Hayden Leavcll of Lancns-an- il Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gilispie of Burgin. The ladies of the Grove church served dinner at the sale of Mr. N. J. Gosney, Wednesday. After all expenses were paid they had the sum Some remarks heard of $84.00. were "No, they are not Methodists, but they sure do give Methodist measure". Well, I do wish they would have some of those nice mince pies left and auction off." "I have been to lots of sales but this is the Jamas Stucky Says, "Rata Coat Mo $125. For Plumbing BUI.." "We couldn't .tell what was clogging up our toilet nnd drains. We had to tear up floor, pipes, etc", found They had a rat's nest In basement. choked the pipes with refuse. The plumber's bill was 1125. cleaned the rodont out" Three sizes J.'c, r0c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store Jind HAT-SNA- P Hnseltlen Bros. Oct. Adv. last week with hi' cousin, Master Karl Clark. Mr. J. L. Ynntis wits the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Theo Currey nt Lancaster Monday. Mrs. Wlltlnm Walker was the guest Wednesday of her daughter, Mrs. Rny Prathcr of McCreary. Grow of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Scotts Fork, spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Everetdte Grow. Mrs. J. L. Ynntis nnd sons George and Herschel were visitors Sunday afternoon of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tolliver Cornett. nnd Mr. und Mrs. J. h. Yantis Mrs John Broaddus were entertained Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mesdames Milton Ward und C. R. Henry were visitors Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark of the Lexington road. Mrs. Alex Killion und children spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Lena and Susie Killion of Lancaster. Mrs. Isaac Cornett of Paint Lick was the guest of her son, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tollier Cornett Saturday night nnd Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. John Yater and children nnd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater, spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Henry Yater. Kmmu Lee, the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Everette Grow, who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks is improving slowly. Mr, and Mrs. Guy Davidson and children of Lancaster are spending several weeks in the country with Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. T. Rice and family motored from Richmond Sunday am! were guests of Mesdames Carrie Davidson ami William Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Pennington of Alva, Oklahoma, after a pleasant visit to his uncle Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and other relatives returned to their home Wednesday. f y nalleatle lion iVfM 1 ' jSSSkwilu j ll ellieeeaeA tw and rysrpApi1 K mjjgPy jjjy'"1' j A.h..i..-- ai Patter Proem Ru.t Rewlinf P.I..K.J ,y H' ' IKkgU t( ( '"" OjIJ "' Wall "' V J 7ere.are why you should own . THE RANGE ETERNAI I EVERLASTINGLY COOD W r ei$h1 reasons rl. E. McROBERTS. Lancaster. Ky. drouth. . GUNN'5 CHAPEL. Mrs. W. B. Ray is in Lancaster for a two weeks stay. Miss Iva Hollon was a guest of Miss Inez Land Sunday night. Mr. Frank Land sold some cattle to Mr. Kirby Teater at 9 cents. Miss Myrtle Teater spent. Tuesday night with Misses Bernice and Bessie Teater. Miss Thelmn Simpson was in Lan- caster to have some dental work done Wednesday. Messrs Dock Simpson and F. M. Trince of Richmond were here last week on business. Mrs. Prentis Walker of Lancaster was a guest of Mrs. J. M. Amon a part of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Humphrey and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Humphrey visited relatives here Sunday. The regular services will be eon- ducted at the M. E. church here Saturday evening and Sunday, Miss Gracie Dean Teater and brothers Clyde and Frank, were guests of relatives here for the week end. Mr. Jesse Hurt has landed another large fish at the ferry here. This one weighed 47 pounds, selling for a little less than $12. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks and son, Clarence, Mr. and Mrs. Estes and daughter, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Center neatr Carters-vill- ant Hill school. Mcsdames Charles Grow-- and Brad ford Burdette of Buckeye were the guests of Mrs. Hiram Land Monday. Mesdames Jcs.e Casey nnd Wilbert Dailty were also guests of Mrs. Land Wednesday. The pie supper given at the school house here for the benefit of the Or phans Home was quite a success. was realized from the About pie sale. Miss Myrtle Tenter's brought the largest sum $4.50 nnd was bought by Mr. Robert Ray. There will be a special service con ducted nt the Buckeye Baptist church on Monday evening Nov. 3rd at 7 o'clock. This is in the interest of the "Millions for the Master" Campaign and every 'member should make a special effort to attend. satisfied with any range until you know them. You should see There are twenty-fouand then some. Don't more he THE RANGE ETERNAL before you select your new range. " Eternametal amalgamated copper and steel" lined flues. Eternametal made exclusively by us, isthe only Hue lining that will resist rust, corrosion and creosote and the only one that will successfully withstand all acid, blow torch, bending, heat and weather tests. RATS DIE. sp do mice, once ' they eat RAT- - Haselden Bros. SNAP. And they leave no odor be hind. Don't take our word for it try a package. Cats and dogs won't touch it. Rats pass up all food to get RAT-SNAThree sizes. for 25c, also (1 cake) enough Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. SOc. alio (2 cake,) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 also (S cake,) enough for storage nil farm and buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by McRob-ert- s Drug Store and Haselden Bros, L adv. STONY POINT. best dinner yet."' Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller and daughter, Miss Alma of Fayettesville Arkansas, who are motoring to Flor ida to spend the winter, stopped to visit relatives in this county for a few weeks before continuing their journey. They are with Mrs. Miller's parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Hendren at Buckeye this week. Mesdames W. K. Davis and Howard King, sisters of Mrs. Miller, spent Sunday with her at the home of Dr. Hendren NO MORE RATS. or mtce after you use RAT-SNAIt's a sure rodent killer. Try a Pkg. and prove it. Rats killed with RAT- SNAP leave no smell. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Guaranteed. 25c. also (1 cake), enough, for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar, SOe. also (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops or small buildings. 11.00 also (S cakaa) enough for storage all farm and buildings, or factor)' buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by McRob erts Drug Store and Haselden Bros, adv. mum OHIO BLUE GRASS FARMS. Strong Limestone Land At Right Prices.' 1C8 acres of level rolling land on good pike close to church The kind of soil that IS acres sowed and school and small town. Z8 acres fine btuegrass. produces, the best grade of WI11TK UURLEi'TOBACCO. to wheat, 25 acres clover, good stand, S acre apple orchard, bearing, fruit of all kind. 7 room house, J barns, silo, corn crib, poultry house, well fenced TOBACCO FARM, Mrs. George Garner is very ill. .Mrs. Emily Underwood spent SunMrs. Bascom Pelphrey is ill. day with her son, Will Underwood. CAR I ER3VILLE. Mrs. A. N. Merida visited Mrs. E. Mr. Tom Price left last week for an extended visit ta his brother in Grow Thursday. Mr. J. T. Allen who has been quite Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley were with ill is improving. Miss Allene Hurt and Mr. Taylor Mr. G. M. Green went to Dayton relatives at Hackley Sunday. Mr. Andy Conn who has been very Hurt spent the week end with their Ohio, to attend his father-in-law'- s Mr. Jamie Baker of Madison was ill with flu, is improving slowly. uncle, Mr. Sale Hurt on Poor Ridge funeral. guest of Mr. John Broaddus re the Mr. und Mrs James Wylie are and attended thu pie supper at'Pleas- Miss Dora Scott of Lancaster is cently. over the arrival of a fine grand-motheMrs. George Miss Daisy Reynolds ot Hedgeville, boy. with her is visiting her sister, Garner. Mrs. Henry The small child of Mr. and Mrs. A Miss Margaret O'Hearn spent the Tuttle. James Wylie is very ill with tubercuweek end with the home-folk- s near Little James Milton Henry spent losis of the bone. Marksbury. Mr. Jeff Dnvis and daughter Susie Miss Jennie Barr spent last Monwere viritors of friends near Broil-hea- d RichK. at the weeks end. Her Motket-'- i Home, Saw Tbii day with her aunt, Mrs. H. ardson of Berea. Mr. anil Mrs. William Ballard were (sMrgiaUdj, Regarding BUck-Dnwc- h. Donahue Brothers delivered a nice guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Relief From Headbunch of hogs Saturday to Mr. Doty D. L. Gabbard last Sunday. . ache, Malaria, Chilli, Etc. nt market prices. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Lake and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson of and Mrs. Tom Gooch and Mrs. Andrn Ringgold, Ci. Mrs. Chas. Gaston, Robinson were the guests of Mr. and of this place, writes: "i am a user Nina were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. In fact. W. L. Fletcher Sunday. of Thedford's Mrs. Lewis, Crutcher.l was one of our family medicines. It Mr. and Mrs. T. D. O'Hearn and Wo are glad to know that Mrs. Also In my mother's home, wjieo I spent the week childhny of Wesley Van Winkle who has been ill a 'child. vu complainedWhen headache, ususually little son,Mrs M. Barr. end with Mr. and of ren 0. ut the Robinson Hospital at Berea Is lectin? I, That tired, worn-ou- t caused by constipation, she gave us Miss Jennie Barr is substituting as expected home in a few days. caused bv a run-doivitem. which would a dose of You need an Iron tonic to rebuild rectify tha trouble. Often la the teucher in the Mason School this Mr. .and Mrs. Harrison Parson and tinue quickly to send rich, red and week for Miss Dora Scott. Spring, wo would have malaria Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bryant and Mr. blood cour ling thru your body to chills, or troubles of this kind, w Mr. Stephen Donahue spent Saturand Mrs. Walter Bryant and children uppiy in elements inat nave pretty reg.would take Black-Draifgbecome ethauited. were guests of Mrs. Eliza Conn. ' ular until tho liver acted well, and day and Sunday with his parents, Mr. we would soon be up and around and Mrs. John Donahue of Danville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Allen and Mr. Acid Mineral tt. again. Wo would not bo without Mrs. Sallie Wells, Mrs. Will Wells, and Mrs. Caleb Todd and children it prescribed by physicians la all for It certainly baa gared us lots ot Black-Draugand Miss Cora Fletcher were the and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Allen und case, where a tonic ! indicated, doctor bills. Just a dose ot when not no well saved a guests of Mrs. Charles Lee last Fritxcaoit It it the most powerful Mrs. Lena Turner and daughter, Embed." natural Iron tonic known. lot of days In Blade-Draugilia, were the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. has been day. Thedford's Acta lra nkarril 1, ,,raart4 br tuvi , Mrs. G. M. Green received the sad J. T. Allen. aaa eoowf to y. )uM u II core., from or In use for many years in the treataataral Madid! Irea omii. ta Mimim., pt ment ot stomach, liver and bowel news of the death ot her father, Mr. Quite a number from Paint Lick iaa Balr aaawa arpo.ii ta tbe rubra worla troubles, and thu popularity which It J. C. Napier, which occurred last aj I mA I. tt co.Ii.m4 with caaoUcalir were here chestnut hunting Sunday. tU aut la)ffl errpaiee ualcu. PiAnuflr bow enjoys is proof of its merit at una of caw, ul eSecu. There will be a pie supper at thu It your liver Is not doing Its duty,s Friday ut his home in Ohio. disagree-biGet a bottle from your drug. Baker school house Saturday night 70U trill suffer from such Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt Thompson ot bilious-seadirected, and symptoms as headache, f;iit today, take ai will Nov- - 1st, for the benefit of the Orfew days you notice an constipation. lndlgeitton, etc., Brown of Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs phans Home. , improvement In your health. and unless something ti done, serious Preachersville, Mr, and Mrs. James FMIIMaNB CHUHCAL CORP. C. C. Sowder and son were the guests trouble mar result. The pie supper at the Cartersvllle , Vlrtisl has been of Mr. and Mrs. Will Palmer Sunday. Thedford's Black-DraugSchool house was quite a success. lossd a valuable remedy for these There was a nice lot of pics and a For Sak by all Draifjtt There will be a pie, box and candy troubles. It U purely vegetable, and large crowd In attendance. The pies eta Id a prompt and natural war, sale ut Stony Point School, Nov. 7th proper the liver to Its Tegulatln amounted to $33.80, the highest pie for the benefit of the Orphan Home and cleansing the bowels of fund. Every body Invited to come, Cusaberlaad Grocery Co., JuaeUon gold, belonged to Miss Estella Davis functions Try It. lusUt on Toed-(era'1insriirttIT tor $4.10. bring a pie and help a good cause. Um original and genuine. E 7 City, Ky., Wholesale Dlstribaitors. GUY. and plenty ot water. $11,000, one half cash. GOOD STOCK, GRClN AND 18G level to rolling land on good pike, close to traction, centralized 30 acres school, 0 room house, large barn, silo, corn crib, granary; wagon shed; good buildings; SO acres meadow; 10 acre bluegrass; 12 acres woodland; wheat; well watered; good fences. tralized school, 4 room house, 10 $110.00 per acre, one third cash. 97 acres of level land on pike close to traction and small town, cen- acres wheat, 27 acres clover, fenced into BIG BARGAIN' AT $7,500: BEST 8 fields, good FAMILY large barn; granary; wagon shed; corn crib; THIS FA KM IS TERMS to Suit. LIMESTONE ULUE MEDICINE WELL LOCATED. 107 acres of HAMILTON' COUNTV h GRASS LAND, on cement pike one mile of DIXIE HIGHWAY, and corpor- ation line of Cincinnati, 100 acres of this land will grow fine WHITE LEY TOUACCO. SO HUR- acres sowed to wheat, 50 acres young clowr, 40 acres fine blue grass, no better, 12 acres timothy, 6 acres orchard bearing fruit of all kind, well fenced; running water in every field; air pressure water sys-- t tern furnishing water in barns and lots, sanitary cow barn for 50 cows, feed barn attached, atock barn 50x80, implement house; 2 garages Fairbanks scale. shed, large hog house, poultry Last years wheat averaged 30 1.2 bushi els per acre on 50 acres, corn will make 12 barrel per acre; milk check $350 per month. This farm has an Income of $11,500 per yeur is worth $250 per Iron acre for farming purposes but has n greater future as subdivision property One half cash. on account of its nearness to the city, Price $30,000. Now In making an Investment you owe it to yourself and your famou have to ily to get the best possible for the amount of money lnest. We have a good grade of LIMESTONE SOIL, WELL LOCATED, on good pikes, close to churches and schools, neighborhoods in. that you will be proud to live A few dollars will bring you to We are the largest farm dealers In Southern Ohio can satisfy you in prices from $75 to $150 per acre on terms. our office. COME AND BE CONVINCED. GET OUR NEW FARM LIST. PARR & WOODRUFF, 321 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.